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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,. T. 11., WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1000
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WILL BEGIN TUESDAY, JUNE 1st,
at 8:00 a. m.
An immense accumulation of Remnants
of all kinds. Among the dress ma
terials, the lengths are sufficient for
dresses, skirts or waists
All Remnants at Half Price
Dress Goods and Suitings of all kind s
Silks and Satins, Wash Materials of
White Goods, plain and figured.
Ginghams, Shirtings, and Flannelettes.
Draperies, Table Linen, Dress Linen,
Embroideries and Laces.
Remnants now on display in our
Sale begins Tuesday. June 1st, 8 a. m
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
T ova! TJtj So''' ",'nc'c cr Wa'anac sani cora'
v ? or rock furnished to fill up deprcs-
j OUI liOt s'01,s or kuild UP terraces.
On disolav atiAUTOMOBILES
FRANKLIN 1009 MODEL
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
The famous hill climber.
The car you near so mucu auoui.
The car you hear so much about
YOUNG, FAT AND TENDER.
BDNNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St.
185 editorial roomi 250 bust
necs office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Dulletln office. '
Opp. Fire Station,
P. M. POND
Hotel Street, near Nuunnu (Old
Your machine will be ready for
you when wc sny it will be. We
don't experiment ou autos; we repair
i U .- Jn..A
i to., liq.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINQ
GEO. S. WELLS, Mer.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
TOURING CAR, $1185,
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
102S NUUANU ST.
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fort.
"GIVE US WATER"
CRY ALEWA FOLK
Homesteaders Say Their
Need Is Most
Alcwn Heights people want wa
ter, nml they want It badly. It him
been promised tliotn by December
next, hut t hoy Insist that. It Its
coming must lx deferred until then.
It might iih wvll lie cut out nltci-
gcther. President I. I). Crccdou
mill Secretary Wnltpr CoiiiIih nf the
Mown Improvement Club will rail
on Govcrnoi Krcar this afternoon
nml try to enlist hint ou their Mite.
According lo IIih Alewu Heights
foil,, the double erosK, or n clone rel
ative thereto, has been batuleil out
to I hern. About two jenrs uco the.
government opened up. for home-
Htciul, (ertnln lands. The home
steaders had to live ou the land for
ill least one car, nml no title could
he keruicil until four sears had
passed. Nothing was promised nliout
wtler. but tlio homesteaders got to-H'-ther,
subscribed (.'IIO, bought pipe,
and Induced the government lo Iny
It This pipe was connected with
Itcservolr No. 1, t .i
Dining the lone dry snell there
was plenty of water, hut of late, so I
any the coiuplalmuitH, the How ban
stopped entirely", hi couseiiicnf I
Hid honicstcndus'iiic toting wulei
fioiu lower IuvpIh.
Ace oi ding to one of them, water
must bo had at once, or they will
huvu to pack up their belonging"
nml move down town.
The homesteaders want their pipe
line connected with the Id-inch
main between Reserved Nos, "
BLACK SNOW GETS
Lively timed were experienced on
board the, "prisoners' car" for a few
minute thin morning. The prisoners
were being taken out to the quarries,
when a black convict, who nuswcrH to
tho naiuu of Know, a lS-year man,
ploked n nght with one of the other
prlsoncm. Some of the other prison
ers, uh well ns a guard, Jumped In mid
look a hand, and Snow U wild t ohnvo
been rather badly batteied lip befoio
tho row wan over. Snow Ih In for
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing company on
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
Minting of every kind.
Alsp prices and sample of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart function.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25(1
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 18S.
sjf"For Rent" cards on tale at
he Dulletln office.
Contains the palatable qualities
that can only be obtained by
strict adherence to scientific
principles of purity and nutriment
To be Framed?
Take them to
NEVER IN BATTLE
COMMANDER OF BRITISH NAVY
DOES NOT KNOW WAR FROM
CAREER OF SUCCESSOR TO
BLUFF ADMIRAL BERESF0RD
He Has Seen Much Service and
Has Faced Manv Dan
gers, If Not Bul
lets. LONDON. May S There Is In
rommnnd of the mnlii licet of Urcnt
llrltaln'x Navy n man who, although
lie has been for forty-six years In
the service, has et to smell the
smoke of icnl conflict: nnd who,
however strong he may be In the
matter of theory, Is nevertheless ab
solutely an unknown iiunuttly In a
leal light. Yet Ihlii Is the man for
whom Admiral Charles Ileresfnrd.
bluff old sea dog nnd hero of a doz
en battles, has been deposed and
whom the llrltlsh Admiralty, In the
hour of n serious Kuropean crisis,
has placed In command ot the fleet
which alone stands between Eng
land nnd Invasion.
This blue sky admiral Ih Sir Wil
liam II. May, formerly Second Sea
Lord of the Admiralty, and the fleet
which he controls Is the largest and
strongest that ever has been gather
ed together. It has Just been form
ed by tho nuinlagamutlou of the
Channel, the North Sea nnd thi
Home fleets, each one of which was
In Itself an extremely strong and
wicked-looking aggregation of fight
ers (icrninny hnvlug massed her
entire fleet In tho North sen, Eng
land found It necessary to place a
licet stronger In numbers nnd guns
under n single command between
the Kaiser's sea dogs and the shores
of this tight little isle.
Vlce-Admlrnl May Is one ot the
King's favorites. Like "Jncky"
Plsher, tho First Sea Lord, he owes
bis advance In the service to his
royal friends. He Is Naval A. 1). to
Kdwnrd, n Knjght Commander ot
the Hath, and a Knight Commander
of the lloyal Vlctorjan .Order. Ho
served In tho 'AVfc'tld expedition in
187G-7G, nnd wiiBrifYni nttacho for
Kurupo in tho days When Great
llrltaln thought, that one such officer
was enough for tho whole continent.
Perhaps his chief distinction Is his
knowledge of the torpedo and Us
uses, of which he Is declared to bo
one of the greatest of living ex
perts. He Is, as well, said to bo an
extremely fine authority on naval
gunnery, a past master In the art of
making every gun of Ills ship tell on
the hull ot an enemy although he
has never had tho opportunity of
trying his skill on anything more
tangible than canvas targets.
WOULD PUNT TREES"
(lovernor Krear Is looking Into tho
matter of the proposed license for the
re-foresting of about 10,01)0 acres of
land In I'uiia. The Hawaiian Develop
ment Company, which foreclosed the
mortgage on the Mahogany Lumber
Company, Is tho uppllcant, und wishes
to set out ohla trees on thu land.
WERE "FULL UP"
Transportation Facts Not
Stated By Coastwise
The great pow wow made ovpr
the present lark of accommodations
on the American steamships passing
this wny Is nlways shaped In such n
way ns to Indicate that there would
be ample room for dppartlng passen
gers of this port on the foreign pas
senger liners passing through fiom
the Orient. I
Cnrc has bepn taken, ljowever, by
the campaigners for the foreign,
steamships to not state what the
ships undor foreign flags tinve o(
fered. Inquiry this morning nt the local
agency of the Tojo Ktsen Knlsha
elicited tho Information Hint the
Nippon Mam, which recently pass
ed through to tho Coast, had accom
modations at this port for neven ad
ditional passengers. The big Tenyo
Mnru of the same line that passed
through recently had all her rooms
taken except one suite.
Thus the. suspension of the coast
wise shipping law In thu picsent
situation might hnvo gained trans
portation for fourteen passengers ou
two of the Japanese strainers.
These facts, to which no atten
tion Is paid by the coastwise sus
pensionists, coupled with the at
tempt to prove that Mr. llaldwIn'H
purchase of n ticket from FIJI to
Vancouver to get n room on the
Mnkura, was the result of the opera
tion of the constwlso shipping Inw,
nil combine to show Hint tho ardor
of tho mouth piece ofeoastwlso sus
pension Is fed by feo from the for
eign ship lobby rather than upon
At tho height of tho season steam
ships on all oceans aro very crowd
ed. An instance In point Is that of
a Oerman resident who sought to
make reservations on an Atlantic
steamer sailing from Hottcrdaiu In
August and found the steamer nl
ready filled for that date. Mr. Kle
bnhn, of the Pacific Mall passenger
department, tells of a personal oc
casion he had to seeme a reserva
tion for tranB-AHantlc passage. He
applied for the rcsevatlou six months
In advanco and found tho steamer
In the height of tho season nil
steamers are filled, nnd In tho off
season all steamers "travel light."
GOVERNOR GOES TO
LOOK OVER LANDS
One Residence Site And
(lovernor Krear, l.and Commissioner
Pratt, Kurveor Wall and Circuit
JuiIkh Lindsay went over to Kuotnu In
an aiitomohllu this mornliiK to look
oor some land. They-were back by 10
There Is one pleco of land. -1.6 acres
In extent, near shoro not far from Kit
neohe, which Is suitable, for a summer
residence. This land Is to hu sold nt
public action soon, There are also live
homesteads or from nluu to ten acres
each, part of the land being kuln and
part wet or i Iceland. These pieces
weru nil looked over by tho party.
Shortly beforo Will Cooper left yes
terday on the transimrt Dlx ho re
ceived n cabin from Chllds In Seattle,
asklnK that thu shipments of plncaH
ples'from hero to the fair bo doubled
CooHjr mndu arrangements to havo an
extra hundred growing pineapples
shipped 1 1 thu Northwest.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
bulletin Editorial Boom Phoiw 18S
For Sals" cards at Bultstln.
$400 4-r. house and lot, 50x100,
at Schnack Tract, Nuuanu,
$500 4-r. house and lot. 45x60, at
Alewa, below Judd St.
$000 5-r. house and lot, 45x60, on
extension Kuakini, nr. Punch
Bowl car line, ,
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. King St.
NO 2 Enoch Allien
Last etenlng, at the residence of i
Mrs. McCnndless In Nimanii Vnlle I
Miss Margaret Clark, pianist, assisted
by Mrs. I'rcd Wntcrhoiiso as lender,
gave a most en Jo) aide rendition nf
Strauss' "Jtnoch Arden." To the tuns '
lc-lolng people of Honolulu, the
v enlng was one nf rare tujoyment j
The theme chosen was an especially
happy one. for It appealed likewise to
admirers of Straiius'und lo those who i
iiuvu a ueep utiiiiiruiioii lor compre
hension of Tennyson's beautiful poet
Of all the Rngllsh poets. Tennyson,
perhaps more than any other, uplifts
the thoughts to higher planes nnd
themes, nnd carries us nhow- ami be
)ond ourselves, to thosu heights where
we ,cn ii'oio cleaily and feel inoio
deeply the beautiful things or oaith
Mrs. Wcterhotisn'H rending showed
n deep appieclntlou of this, and bet
sympathy ami iuteiest In- her subject
enabled her to Interpiet a difficult
theme in n charming and Aery Inter
Miss Clark possesses remnrkablc
skill on the piano forte; her work If
not only the result of talent, but u
veals a depth of earnest stud) mid
profound thought, mid her beautiful v
presslon carried her uinlleuie Into
Knoch's wry eiilroumeiit where his
love for Annie niters the whole aspect
of his lire.
Ihe musical liitiodiictlon or the
theme carried us till In thoimht to Wnl-
klki, where we listened spell-hound tot
me imv murmur 01 ino sun unt.iK.iiij
on Ihe crescent shine, nml so step liy i
step, we followed thu beautiful and
touching story or Knoch's life from
thu time he met "Annie Lee, the pret
tlest little damsel or the port." to Ihe
hour of their pnitlng. when in nglln
Hon nml (onfuslon, the mtisle led us
onward Ihiough the jears' sorrows and
troubles until the hour of Kunch's io
turn. when finding "that oilier reign
ing In his stead," his frleg ImpelU
him to claim his lovu In spitu of nil.
I'erhnps the most beautiful passage
of nil and one In which Miss Clark's
technique and skill showed to perfec
tion Is the climax, when n better heart
cnmoB to i:noch, and with Its peact
and coniTort In something higher than
himself, his character Is brniuletieit
and ennobled, .nnd tho melody carries
jus to heights of heavenly thoimht
laud closes at length with a melodious !
and triumphant burst of music.
HAMAKUA CQAST NOTES.
(Speclnl Correspondence )
O. liana, who has been in the cm
ploy of the llonoknn Wine & Liquor
Co. for some time past, was temlcied
a farewell supper by his friends in
the district ou Thursday eveniiiK. A
l.irjie crowd of people were present
and a most enjoyable evening was
spent. Amongst thoso present were
Messrs. II. Overcnd, Win. l-owrcy, J
K. White, J. Lewis, M. S. Ilotelho,
Joo 1'rltchnr, Judge Hull, A. M
Hoyle, C. II. Hull, F. Diinkhouso und
the guest uf the evening. Speeches
were made by Messrs. Overund,
I'lltchard nnd Hoyle, and till three
gentlemen spoke highly of the stil
ling worth of Mr. Ilannn, who left
ou the .Mnuun Ken for Hpnolulii.
Krnest Parker und pnity passed
through llonoknn ou Thursday last
on their way to tho Volcano House.
J. K. White, latu of A. II. Lind
say's Honokaa s tore, has taken
chnrgo of the Kinporluiu of M. V.
Holmes of the name place. Honokna
will he sorry to lose Mr. While, and
everybody Is glad that he Is remain
ing In the district.
Everything that ihe Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ud.
031 FORT ST.
Brown & Lyon Co.
1 With HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
Cable Address: "Guide," Honolulu
The GUIDE it a correct, complete
aim vujivcjlicill quipping rapcr IOr
the Hawaiian Islands,
Information furnished subscribers
instantly on request.
GUIDE PUBLISHING COMPANY,
Alexander Younp; Building:
When letting their rontrncU
for naintitr specify W 1'.
Fuller & Co. s
It lasts longer, lias u inuio
beautiful finish nnd ii more
economical than 1111:11 n-ind- ,
mixed bv local pmntrm
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KiiiR Stivet.
The drink that in
vi'orntes, but dors
not make n inn 11
It it the tonic for
,tlie mr.n who feels
run down by over
work. At our Fountain only.
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Stieets.
is a Dividend
It's the way to
Honolulu Gas Co,,
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Fnrniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc All kinds of K0A and
Nuunnu nnd Hotel St. 011 site of old
MISSION FUBN1TUBE Made Tc
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most pooular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
Jack Scully. Jack Bobertt,
The Weekly Edition of tho Evtnlna
Bulletin gives a cnmplelo summary of
the newt ef the day.
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