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I'ublNliod Evry Yi.y except
Siinil.iy nt '210 King Direct,
Honolulu, II. I.
1'or Mouth, niiywlioro In tlio Ha
waiian Islands .$ T"i
Per Your 8 00
l'ur Your, Hwtald to America,
Ciinndu or Moxlco 10 00
Por Your, K)Ht).il(l, otlior Foreign
Countries i:i 00
1'AVAIll.i: INVAltlAHLY IN ADVAXCII.
IIumIiiohi Dlllop 2."fl
llltoriul Knoni lli!)
P. O. llox 101.
A.V C)i:ah... Publisher nnd Proprietor
DANinti J.iKi s Killtor
C. A. I'kti:ksox Miinnger
FHIDAY, MAY 27, 1898.
It is jiassiug strange that tho
incomo tax measuro should have
so hard a road to travel. There
hns seldom been n proposition
come np rr lo.iisl- tirn with more
unanimity of favor for it princi
ple from all conditions of tho peo
ple Could any more striking illns
tration of Spanish raisgovornmout
bo wanted than tho fact, as de
scribed in tho war news elsewhere,
that tho guns of tho strongholds
nro pointed at tho peoplo in the
land instead of at auy foes that
may be fearpd from outside ?
Wednesday afternoon it was
hard to find anybody in town who
had not felt sure all along that
the troops for Manila would not
call at Honolulu. Thursday
morning it was equnlly hard to
find anybody who ovor doubted
for a momont thit each and all
of tlu warships and transports
both, going to tho Philippines,
would put in an appearance. It
would doubtless be hardor still to
1 come across anyone who has
never accused newspapers of
jumping at conclusions.
About as inutilo a provision as
can be found in tho Constitution
is the limitation of time upon ses
sions of tho Logislotnro. It is
besides a broach of tho people's
liberty. The oxecutivo preroga
tive for extending tho session is
certain to have to bo invoked ovory
timo. Limit the sessional indom
nity of mombors, and you have
all that is ncodod to prevent uu
necessarily long sessions. Any
thing that serves no good purpose
ought not to bo retaiued in tho
According to a Washington dis
patch of the 5th in-d., special to
the Boston Transcript, President
McKiuloy was doing all in his
power to procuro congressional
sanction for the annexation of Ha
waii Ho is represented as boino
actuated by a strong conviction of
tho vnluo tho islands would bo to
tho United States as a baso of
supplies and naval operations.
Tho Transcript correspondent
makes tho same surmise as to
action tho Prosidont may tako, if
Congrees should fail to offoctuate
his desire, which has been uttered
in later Washington dispatches to
tho San Francisco papers and
heretofore republished by tho
Bulletin. Ho may doera tlio ac
quisition of Hawaii so im
portant to tho United States,
in tho present emorgonoy,
that ho may rely upon national
justification thereof as an oxecu
tivo act of the nature of a war
measuro. It would not have to bo
defonded to tho world as a. con
quest, for Hawaii has by its con
stituted authorities invited its
own adoption into tho Union.
War admits of no delay for its
measures. So President MoKin
ley may have placed but a short
limit upon tho timo ho should
wait for Congress to act in the
matter. When tho Washington
correspondents of papers on both
sides of tho continont aro making
much, in almost idontical
&&Kh&klfm? ?f the talk at
tlio capital . about iho
Preaidout's Nubility to tako tlio
Ilmvaiiun matter into his own
hands, there is good renson to bo
lievo that such a limit as that just
suggested bus come very close to
expiiing. It should not thoroforo
bo a staitliDgly unexpected oveut
if ono of tho earlier transport
shij b out, from Snn Fraueicco
IhikImiI itH troops at Honolulu to
ganison and fortify tho town hb
thiMii'of-irtli and forovpr a strong
hold of United Stnti'B territory in
clusivo, tw a matter of cnurst, of
tun ontiro grou ) thus brought
uuilur United Stalos sovereignty.
Tht Medical Association Takes Action
On Dr. Alvnri'Z'a Nittftrejitloii.
The Medical Association met at
Dr. McOrew's houso yesterday
eveuinc. It was tho cloning
moetiug of the aununl session.
Tho subject of tho segregation
of lopors came up for further dis
cussion and an effort will be made
to influenco tho Board of Health
to allow anyono having relations
or fiiouds in the lepor settlement
to visit tliem once in six months.
This action would mitigate the
rmor of tho present law
of segregation without dirai
nisuiug its elucioncy. The
main objections Hawaiians raise
agttinst tho law of segregation is
the fact that once thoir dear ones
are takpn from them to Molokal,
tlioy must forever relinquish the
hope of seoing ono another again.
Dentin In Honolulu.
There were fouiteon deaths in
tho district of Honolulu, for tho
week ending today. Tho follow
ing is a coraplote list:
Carolino, f. Hawaiian, -15 yoars.
Keliiiiea, m. Hawaiian, 45 yoars.
Julia Koahou, f. Hawaiian, 14
lorry O'Connor, m. American,
Hule, m. Hawaiian, 50 yearo.
Finnk Marks, m. Portuguese, 1
Ohu Fat, m. Chinese, still born.
Infant o Liie, f. Uawailou, still
Evelyn F. Wilson, f. Hawaiian,
48 years. Peritonitis.
Carolino K. Hapai, f. Hawaiian,
22 years. Consumption.
Kaimiaina, f. Hawaiian, 20
Kaua, f. Hawaiian, GO years.
Choclr Gem, m. Chinese, 85
Kiino Keai, m. Hawaiian, 34
ears. Abscess of liver.
Value For Value.
When you want to got the value
of your money go and oxamino the
larjjo stock of carrioges, wagon
and harness at Sohuman's Car
riogo Kepository, Club Stable
Block, Fort Btreet. Ho hah
just received ox W. G. Irwin a
now lino of horso millinery also
a few of the celebrated Cortland
jump seat buckboards with cauo
py tops, fiuishod in light colors
throughout. They aro benuties.
Como nnd oxamino thom. Price
of all these iooda aro lowor than
AVlirii You Ait Tlieil.
Without oxtra exertion, dull and
listless, your blood is failing to
supply to your muscles and othoi
organs the vitalizing and strength
giving properties they require.
Hood's Sarsaparilla cureB that
tirod fooling by ouriohing nnd
purifying tho blood. It will civo
you energy and vigor.
Hood's Tills aro easy to tako,
eaBy to operate. Curo indigestion,
All ntvlpB nf IZmnnil ninnno F.
sale, for cash or on the instalment
pian. uiu instruments exchanged
for new ones. Pianos routed,
tuned and renaired. Tnlnnhnno
321. Berirstrotn Munin fin. T.bl
Tho supply of tho justly oolo
brated Seattle Bock Boor is rap
idly disappearing in town. Lov
ers of thiB nutritious spring bev
erage can obtain it for a limited
timo at tho Criterion Saloon.
EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., MAY 27,
MAY 9, 1898.
Last week we drew your at
tention to the good qualities of
the Aermotor Steel Windmill
but did not mention the fact
that although the Aermotor will
pump more water than any
other mill, even with a poor
Pump, still even it will not do
its best work unless attached
to a good pump.
We keep in stock to go with
our 16ft. geared mills the
which will furnish from 8000
to 10,000 gals, per hour.
For our smaller mills we
have a pump which is manu
factured by the
Aermotor Go. Itself
and is just the thing for those
who want a pump that is
cheep and, at the same time.
the best of its kind.
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Sprockels' Bank.
Auction Sales by Jas. F, Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Concrete Fence Posts and Bases
TOiUOllllOW, May 28, 'i)8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho Judiciary Building, I will sell
at Public Auction, by order of the
Minister of the Interior, a largo num
Ornamental Concrete Fence Posts and
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
On WEDNESDAY, Juno 1
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the premises, Knkaako, near the
Marine Hallway, I will sell at Public
Auction, by order of the Minister of
10 "Wooden Buildings,
CoinprlHing tlio Old Immigra
ElSy llllll(lllli-H to hn rpmnvn.l will. In
10 days from day of sale.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
825 4t Auctioneer.
SATURDAY, Juno 11, 1898. beintr
the commemoration of tho Blrthdav
of KAMEHAMEHA I., will bo ob
served as u Public Holiday and all
Government Ofllces throughout tho
Itonubllo will bo closed on Unit day.
II. E. COOPEK.
Minister of tho Interior, ad interim.
Interior Oillco, May 27, 1898.
O. R. & L. Co.
Until further notice tho Train leav
ing Honolulu at 6:10 p. m. dally will
tako Waialua Passengers and Freight.
Returning will arrive In Honolulu at
8:23 a. m. dally. 025 tf
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
TOMORROW, May2S, 'US,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At tlio warehoueo of Messrs. II.
IIAOKFELD &. CO, at 1'acific
Mail Wharf, I will sell at Public
Auction, for account of whoin it
may concern, tlio following MER
CHANDISE, damaged by firo
am! water in said building on
W edncday, May 17:
II II & Co, D G No.'!-!) bb!s Lan
H li fc Co, D C, var unmbors 3
bbls Lantt-rti Globes.
II II & Co, T E Co, var numbow
-'3 bbls Lamps.
II II A Co, T V Co, var numbers
10 bbls Lamps.
II II & Co, F H L, var numbers
9 bbls Lamp.
II U & Co, F II L, No 53-1 bbl
II II it Co, JF Id L, vr numbors
1!1 hhls Ohimnevs.
No numb -is- 5 bbls Chimuoys.
H II &, Co, F H L, JNo Sii 1 bbl
HHi Co, F H L, No 84--1 bbl
H II & Co, F H L, No 21 --No 21
11 kens blk Staples, 1 in.
7 kecs blk 8tai)les. ll in.
18 kegs blk Staples, 2 in.
2G kegs R. 1. Spikes, 3J in.
5'2 kegs 11. H. Spikes, 1 itf.
12 kegs R II Spikes, 4 J in.
iu Kegs iUuio ouoes, v.
10 knr-s Mnln Shims. 00.
20 kegs Horso Shoes, Nol H.
20 keys Horso Shoes, No 1 F.
10 lags Horse Shoes, No 2 F.
1 I U Ul XT O XT
2 Ufirq Horso Shoes. No 3 F.
18 kegs Horbo Shoes, No 0 H.
2.1 kegd Horse Shoes, No 0 F.
8 balps Conlbogs, nt 250.
13 bales Hicobng-, on 500.
18 bnles Sugiirlmus, at 800.
17 CHsks Rocksalt.
1 Rack Lh dor O P Co
3 cases Iron Bedsteads, oa 1 do..
13 siuulo Iron Bedsteads.
Ufli Co, W & O, Nos 1, 3, 1, G
1 cases Sii nips.
3 1Vi iliz.-r Di-tiilmfois.
1G bales Printing Paper.
H H & Co. O & H 18 crates
4 crates Snittoons.
11 II & Co, O & U No 2G lcrato
12 nests Oak Tubs.
2 bdls Br om Handles.
3 bbls Hubbuck's Oils.
1 bbl Burrel's Oil.
Bales Wrapping Paper.
l(j boxes Ulotues Tins.
H H & Co, A P O No 71 caso
II H &. Co, S B No 238-1 crato
82 bbls Limo.
13 bays Barley.
13 kegs Motallic Paint.
2 dozen Washboards, Doublo
2 dozn Washboards.North Star.
22 dozen WnBbboards, Star.
17 dozou WaBhboards, bilvor
1 dozen Washboards, Dovetail.
13 koos C G Nails. 3d.
2 kogs O O Naili, 4d.
12 kogs 0 O Nails, Gd.
107 kouB G O Nails. 8d.
176 kegs O O Nails, lOd.
18 kocs C C Nails. 12d.
1 kec 0 C Nails. lGd.
1 kec O O Nails. 20d.
2 kegs 0 C Nails, 40d.
12 kogs O 0 Nails, 50d.
15 kogs O O Nails, GOd.
IHKoks WiroiNails, Gd.
19 keers Wiro Nails, fid.
25 kegs Wiro Nails, lOd.
10 kegs Wiro Nails, 12d.
9 kegs Wiro Nails, 20d.
3 kegs Wiro Nails, GOd.
14 kogs Uorso-shoo Nails, No. G.
11 kogs HorBQ-Bhoo Nails, No. 5.
H 580 bags Salt, at 100 lbs.
a YOU bags Halt, at 100 lbs.
O-GG bags Salt, at 100 lbs.
0-199 bans Salt, at 100 lhs.
175 bags Salt, at 100 lbs. I
zo uags Bait, at 00 lbs.
21 coils Manila Ropo, 4in 451 lbs. I
28 coils Manila Ropo, in 5G4 lbs. '
15 coils Manila Ropo, lin 158 lbs. '
21 coils Manila Roso.ljin G53 lbs. !
19 coils Monila Ropo, ba 122Jlbs.
19 coils Mauila Rone. Vn am Ilia
24 coils Manila Rope, lin 954 lbs. '
cons Manila Itopo, 2jiu 514 lbs.
4 coils Mauila Ropo,2Jin GOli lbs.
4 coils Manila Rope, 2 in 743 lbs.
3 coils Manila Ropo, 3in 744i lbs.
3 coils Manila Ropo,3iin 793J lbs.
8 coils Manila Rope.SJin 2312Jlbs
5 coils Manila Ropo,3in 1725 lbs. '
2 coils Mauila Ropo, 4in 7G9i lbs.
3 coils Mauila Rope,4Jin 1691 lbs.
2 coils Mauila Rope, 5iu 1208 lbs.
2 coils Manila Ropo, Gin 1G54 lbs.
8 coils Sisal Ropo, iu 1GS lbs.
11 coil" Sisal Rope, 4 J in 11881b".
TormB Cash, U S Gold Coin.
025 It Aim'loi eer.
Fiiiiiliiiiiilii Annual Meeting:
HAWAIIAN JOCKKY CLUB
ItiicoH will roiiimonco at 0 u. in. sharp
on tlio 11th.
1. MKHCIIANTS' PUKSK: Trotting
and racing to harness. Host 2 in .'IJ
2:."0 cl8s. l'urso $1"0.
2. UNION l'T.i:i) CO.'S CUP: Itun
nlng rai-0; half milo dash, l-'reo for
nil. l'urso ir) lidded. To bo won
3. HAWAIIAN .10CKKY CMJH
1'Ult.Si:: I'lvo-olghtlismllo dash for
Hnwulliin breds. Purhc S200.
I. KAl'IOIiANI I'AltK 1'UHSK: Trot
ting and Pacing to harness, llewt 2 in
3; 2:30 class. Purse 200.
5. IRWIN CUP: Ono mllo daub; for
Hawaiian bred hor.scn; to lo won
twlco bv incinbors of tlio .lockoy
Club. $l"r0 added.
0. WAIKAPU CHALLUNOE CUP:
Throo-fonrtlis niilo dash; frcu for nil.
Winner to boat record of Hancock,
1:1(1 Ji. 8160 added.
7. KAMUIIAMKHA PUltSK: Trot
ting and Pacing tn harnoKs. Host 2 iu
3. 1'rco for nil. Purso 300.
8. OCKANIC S. S. CO. (Tl'i Threo
fonrths mile dash; Hawaiian brod.
0. HOSITACIIAM.KNOKCUP: Ono
niilo dash; froo for nil. Wlnnor to
Ix-at timo of Anglo A, 1:45. Pnrso
'J00 nnd .'() added if record Ih bontou.
10. HONOIA'U' Pl'HSi:: Trotting
nnd Pacing to harness. IlcKt 'J in .');
'itSi vIiihh. Pnrso 250.
II. PltKSIDKNTWIDKMANN'.S CUP:
Onu and ouo-iuartur mllo dash; fieo
for nil; to bo won twico. 200 added.
All entries nro to bo mado with tho
Secretary before '2 o'clock Wednesday,
.Juno 8, lb'JS. Kntninco fees to be 10
per cont. of purso, unless othorwlso
All mces to bo run or trotted under
tho rules of the Pacific Coast lllood
Horso Association nnd tho Xntlonnl
All horsos aro expected to start unless
withdrawn by 0 o'clock u. m. on Juno
(cuoml admission, 50 conts.
(irnud stand (oxtra), 50 cents nndl.
Carriage (Insldo course), 2.60 each.
Quarter Stretch badgos, 5.
l'or ordor eommlttco.
J. S. WAI.KKH,
Socrotary Hawaiian Jockoy Club.
SUNDAY MEMORIAL SERVICE.
Tho Members of Geo. W. DoLong
Post, No. 15, G. A. II., will attend Di
vlno Service at tho First Methodist
Church, corner Bcretaula and Miller
streets, on SUNDAY EVENING,
May 29, 189S.
All Veterans of late Civil War In
America, and all Sons of Veterans re
siding nnd sojourning among us aro
cordially invited to fall iu with us at
Harmony Hnll, King street, at 7
o'clock Sunday evening and march
with us to tlio church.
Per Order of Committee.
It. J. GREENE, Chairman.
TUB Tire TM Cures
Heliia Place liy Two Electrically WgWgH Wires
45000 Sets Used
UNITED -:- STATES
Wo invito Inspection Goods on Exhibition
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co.'s;Factory
Wilson & Whitehouse
Solo Liconsees for Hawaiian Islands.
We Have It!
MATURED AND BOTTLED IN MND
We and 5rengtVt
The Old Government
Bottled Under Supervision
POli SALE BY
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
Tel. 4G. Merchant Street.
We Mortals Be."
Do yon think for ono moment tli.it
wo aro In polities?
Kvcrybody FHKKand KQUALnt our
Ktore. Nationality, llollglon, Polities,
aro all tlio Hiimo to ns. Tlio million-
aire rcooivos no moro attention than tlio ,
man who earns his 50 conts a day.
Whuii tho wholo community is car
ried away with toinjioriiry excitement
tlioy forgot all about thoir household
duties, nnd .ilso thoir household wants,
but tlioy never forgot whoro tlioy can
buy tlio elioapest. Tlioy think of
TUMBLERS ut :I5 cents a dozen at
Dlinond it Co.'s.
DIXN'KU PLATES at 75 conts a. dozen
nt Dinioud A Co.'s.
DHOOMS, 15 conts ouch at Dlinond
An IltOX HANDLED STEEL KNIFE
and FORK for 10 conts at Dlinond
COAL OIL SOAP, 5 conts a cuke at
Dlinond .t Co.'m,
nnd wlion tlioy want a STOVE or RE
FRIGERATOR, thuy call at Dlinond
t Co.'s and got tho host and cheap
est. "Wo tako tho CASH and let tho
W. W, Dimond & Go,
The People's Store,
"M Tirefi Feeling."