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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLTJjL, H. I., MARCH 11, 18011.
MUHEKT V LITTLE,
ITTOBHET AT U
13 Kaahumanu Street
CHARLES F. PETERSON
A.ltorney at Law and
."JOHN" L. KAULUKOU,
A.t torney-a t-Law
bethel St., Honolulu.
.1. M. KAN BAKU A,
Attorney anil Oounsollor nt
OIUpo: In tin Occidental Hotel, cor
acrof King iind Ahko Street, Hono
TV. C. Acm. Enoch Johnson.
AG LI I & JOHNSON,
Attorneys and? Counselors
, at Law.
Olltco N'o. 10 Wo it Klngstreot.
"P. M. BROOKS,
Corner Tort and Hotel streets,
Oicr Falrchltd's Shoe Store,
uji HONOLULU. H. I.
M. G. Gtncv. I'dcdcrick W. Hankcy.
BARNEY & HANKEY,
VTilt practice In all the Hawaiian ani United Slates
Rooms 11-12, PROGRESS BLOCK,
Cor. FortanJ Here tan la street. 1116
Will practke In all tho U. S TeJeral
anJ State Courts
Prore Block, cor U?retanla and Tort streets.
t;tjj ;: Ttooms j ani6.
(Formerly of the New York Bar),
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
305 Fort St.,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sorfons and Physicians.
DR WALTER HOFFMANN.
corner rrrktania and punch
OiUco Hours: 8 to 10 n. m.; 1 to 3
j. in.; 7 to 8 p. in. HtmilavH: 8 to 10
t. in. Tclephono 510.P. O. Ros 501.
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR,
113 KING ST., NEXT OPERA HOUSE.
Hours : 0-10 n. m., 1-3 p. in., 7-8 p.m.
Sundays, 12-2 p. in.
Tolophono 74L 11 07-3 m
DR. C.L. GARVIN'
OUIro: G;;7 Kimi Stkkkt, noar Punch-
ImiwI, Honolulu, II. I.
TELEPHONE No. 44S
Hours: 9 to 11 n. in.; 1 to 3 p. in.;
7 to o p. m.
DR. W. S. N0BLITT,
King Street, opposite Liliha Street.
Xsptclul mtoiitlon to Kldnoyund Genito
Hours: 12 in. to l'.tO p in.
3fc W einberoon,
Alakea, near Hotel street, (removed from
' Hotel t St.)
BB. ALBERT JOMS DERBY
CORNER TORT AND HOTEL STS.,
Tnr.nnio.NKHi OlUco, (115; Rosldonce,
78'). Houiw: I) a. in. to 4 p. in.
A. C.WALL.D D 8..
O. E. WALL, D. D. S
New Loto's Building, Fort Streeti
DR. F. E. CLARK,
13-14 Trorof-s Block, cornor Boretanla
nnd Tort Ht-xotH. Honolulu.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
No. 219 Hotel stroet. Tolophono 505,
houks: u to ia. in. una 1 to 4 p.m.
v Quality J
"THAT MAN IS FRUGAL
And content Indeed,
Who finds ood,soIace
O B A WEED."
Note the following
popiihii brands of our
direct from the
Napoleon the Writ, Gaballeros size, loo In
Napoleon the First, Camellas size, too in
Afrlcmo, Conchas Selectas, 50 in a box.
" Jockey Club, 100 in a box.
" Delmonlcos, 25 In a box. '
Adelina Pattl, Esplenldos, "
" Presldentes, "
C-nwdra Regalia. Glorlosa, 50 In a box.
La Tr.ivlata Regalia, Nonpareil, too In box.
Henry Clav, Camellas, 50 In a box.
" Purltanas, Finns, 50 in a box.
Bock & Co., " " " "
H. Upmann. Cosmopolltanos, 50 in a box.
Alexander Humboldt, Pacificos.so in a box.
Alexander Humboldt, Republlcanos, 50 box
R. Fulton, Conchas Especials, 50 in a box.
" Recuerdos, 25 In a box.
La Inllmidad de Antonino Caruncho, 50 b.
La Espanola Elezantes, 25 In a box.
cay All of which we offer in quantities
to suit. Special prices to the trade.
Lewis & Co.
211 FORT STREET.
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Corner Fort and Hotel streets,
lira ' TOxrilONi: oso.
EL MAY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
515 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
felephoner 22 P.O. Box 470
108 KING STBEET.
G. J. Waller, ; : Man ao eii
Wholesale and Retail
BEST OP MEATS.
Families desiring tendor roasts,
juicy sloaks aud chops should
call on tho
Central Meat Market
Wo make a specialty of family trade
and soil tho host at reasonable
H. E, GARES, Proprietor.
214 Nuuanu St. Telephono 104.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, where the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
fa done repairing :iud new work
both. Pins, rlK") bracelets, tvatch
H. G. BIART 404 Fort St
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO,
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
514 & 516 Fort St., near Hotel.
CUBA'S GARDEN SPOT.
SANTIAGO PROVINCE OFFERS MUCH
TO ENERGETIC AMERICANS.
Santiago provhico, n Inrgo slico of
Which is now hold by Undo Sam, Is
Duo of tho garden spots of Cuba. Tho
ilistrlct over which General Shatter
holds sway as military Rovcrnor com
prises tho eastern tip end of tho island
r.ud it is piobably, with tho siiiftlo r.x
roptlon of tho famous tolucco raiding
legion of Vuclta Abajo, tho richcht mid
uioft fertilo section of Cuba.
Something llko SIS, 000 young Amer
icans have seen n good deal of Snnthign
provinco of late. They lmo viencd it
niiilcr somiiwhat instructing clrcum-.
stances, it is true, taut without doubt
inauy of thnso young volunteer soldiers
havo had their oyes open and lmvo not
ed tho business and coinmciclul possi
bilities of tho province. That fcomo of
them will eventually flud their way
Luck thero Is n foregone, conclusion.
Many will go with capital for invest
ment and it is entirely probable that
within tho next fow years tho commer
cial ties between this end of tl)0 Pearl
of tho Antilles and tho United States
will lo many and firmly knit.
Lovel headed young men who havo
fought tho Spaniards and who aro still
wearing nrmy uniforms may in tho
cour?o of n fow years bo tho owners of
plantations, managers of factories or
heads of big business concerns with
offices in tho city which thoy helped to
captnro. Many northern soldiers who
fought in tho Union nrmy during tho
civil war settled In tho south nfter
pencu was declared, and there is no rco
(mi why many American soldiers should
not return to Cuba when tho row is all
Kowhcto on tho island could an en
terprlslug Ynnlcco find better opening
' ' II. .
KVrUAl. ( I HAN IIOlll.. SANTIAGO ITOVINCI':.
I him in tho eastern end of Santiago.
Tho rich ulltivial t-oil has mndo it tho
chief sugar producing center in Cuba
Tho black soil has n varying depth of
from la to 10 feet. Sugarcane has been
growing thero without replanting from
10 to SO years, and two yearly crops of
Alio cauo nru raited with a minimum of
labor and axpeuso. Uoffeo docs very
well. A plantation matures in six years.
Onco producing, it is a small gold niino
to its owner. Cattle do well and have
proved very profitable.
Tho many possibilities with such n
soil and climate do not need descrip
tion. Tho provinco needs intelligent en
terprise and pubh, and it will blossom
w ith crops and provo ouo of tho richest
trid most productivo spots on earth a
(Tho forests of eastern Cuba aro al
most uuoxplorcd. They cover its moun
tain sides ami nbound in tho choicest of
tropical mahogany, hard cedar, lignum
vitw and dyowoods.
Tho city of Santiago during tho rains
is nlmpst cnt off from tho interior, kivo
by a short nnd unimportant section of
railway. It coniinuuicatcs by sea with
neighboring ports on tho island aud
ships to tho world without sugar, cof
fco, dyo and other woods, iron oro,
mangiincso and fruits. To that outer
world sho looks for her dully broad, hur
foodstuffs, canned goods aud tho arti
cles of overyday lifo and commerces.
Thoy come to her by water and havo ho
como for nearly four centuries. Until
railways dovclop tho interior nud com
municato with other ports tho high
way to Santiago will btill bo by tho
As to business enterprises on a small
scalo, thero aro inuumcrublo openings
in Cuba for men with a littlo money,
but plcuty of good judgment and en
ergy. A few acres in market gardening,
tor examplo, with continuous crops from
year to year, would perhaps yield tho
quickest and largest returns for tho
smallost amount invested. Chicken rais
ing, too, has. always been n strangely
neglected industry in tho West Indies.
Fowls and eggsfiguro conspicuously ev
ery day in tho Spanish-American menu,
yet nobody in Cuba has ever gone into
"tho chicken business" with brooders
and incubators, us so many do with
profit in tho United States.
The possibilities of mining in San
tiago province cannot yet bo accurately
computed. Several largo and wealthy
companies havo boou operating to somo
extent in iron and copper and report
that tho mines lire practically oxhaust
loss. Tho labor market which will bu open
ed up by tho development of the sur
rendered territory will necessarily bo
limited, but skilled mechanics of cer
tain classes will bo in demand. Machin
ists, electricians mid engineers will find
it a rich field.. On the big sugar planta
tions much niachiuory is used, aud moro
will bo inBtallcd'yis soon as American
push gots a chauco. Yes, Santiago is
bound to como to tho front.
Hardly a day passes but that some
individual who invariably becomes
a new customer comes up to us
with a tale of woe. He has a roll of
films or some plates, the sensitive
side of which has slipped, or else
they are covered with
Flncr Mnrks and Scrntclics.
They have been developed else
where than in our studio. All work
that we do for the amateur is war
ranted absolutely permanent, and
free from all blemishes and scratches.
There is no cheap Chinese labor in
our productions. One trial will
Rooms 2, 3 nnd 4, Love Building.
OF THE LATH
From an excellent original.
Can be worn for Brooches, Pins,
Cuff Buttons, etc.
The only way to preserve highly
PRICE GOc AND 75c.
Office OOO Port St., nr. Bcrctnnln
We turn out the finest work
at the most reasonable prices.
Souvenir Views of the Islands
in endless variety.
At 0 Old Stand
On Fort Stroet ::
Public Lands Noticp.
On Tuesday, April 11, 1809, at 12 o'clock
noon, at front entrance of Judiciary build
ing, Honolulu, will be sold at Public Auc
Lease of 207 acres of land included be
tween Oplhilala and Paaullo, Hamakua,
Term of lease 15 years from May 18th,
Upset rental I1035 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
For plans and further particulars apply
at Public Lands Office, Honolulu.
J. F. BROWN,
Agent of Public Lands.
March 8, 1899. n64-3t
Public Lands Notice.
On Tuesday, April 11, 1899, at i2o'ciock
noon, at the front entrance of the Judiciary
building, will be sold at Public Auction :
The lease of 1 46-ico acres of land situ
ate at Waiklkl, Honolulu, Oahu, being
Apana 2 of land known as Kamookahi.
This land Is suitable for rice cultivation.
Term of lease 15 years from March 5th,
Upset rental J60 per annum, payable
semi-annually In advance.
For plans and further particulars apply
at Public Lands Office, Honolulu.
J. F. BROWN,
Agent of Public Lands.
March 9, 1899 1164-31
i Fine Billiard Table with all ap
pliances. 4 First-class Lots centrally located.
ii53-im G. E. BOARDMAN.
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Makawao, Maul, can be iccommodated
at MBS. II. IS. BAILED 'S,
Terms, 10 perweok. 955-fiin
INCORI'ORATID UNDER THE LAWSt
OF TUB HAWAIIAN REPUBLIC.
OFKICKIIS AND DIBECTOU3:
Chas. M. Cooiti:, President.
J. II. Athiiiiton, VIco-I'rosIdent
O. II. Cookk, Coshtor.
F C. Athkhton, Secretary.
F. W. Mncfarlano,
E. D. Tonnoy,
. Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
noratlnus. Trusts. Individuals, and will
carofully and promptly nttond to all
business connected with banking on
trusted to it. Soil and purchaso Forolgn
Exelinngo, Issuo Ixittors of Croillt.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT J
Ordinary and Term Doposlls roeolvod,
and Interest allow od in accordance with
rulos and conditions printed In Pass
books, c3ptos of v hlcli may bo had upon
Safe ilojKiHlt boxes routed by month
or year. 1015
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
O. Q. TRAPHAGEN,
223 Marcbant St,, Honolulu,
Between Fort nnd Alakea,
TnLKPiioNE : : : 734
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
ALLEN & 110BTNSON,
Queen stroot, Honolulu.
F. H. REDWARD.
Contractor and Builder
OfflccB and Store fitted up nd
Estimates given on
ALL KINDS OF WORK
ay- Oulco and BUup. No. 619 Fort street,
idjolnlnt! W. W. Vrlght' Carriage Shop.
To My Patrons and the Public.
Having recovered from my re
cent illueuH, I am npuin prepared
to do all kinds of Tinsmith and
Plumbing work as horetofore.
Thanking you for past favors, 1
respectfully solicit a contiuuance
of tho 6amo.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
WST TpI. 844.
A New Paint Shop.
Having associated with us Mr. John
II. West, a practical llouso Painter,
Decorator ami Wood Pollshor, wo aro
now prop.irod to rIvo ostlmatos 011 all
kinds of work In Unit lino.
Mr. West having had a practical ox
porloneo of over twopty years in San
Francisco and othor largo cltlos on tho
Coast, wo fool conlldont that any work
ontrustod to us will give on tiro satisfac
tion to our patrons.
Peerless Presenting Paint Co.
KW CB DECORATING AND NATURAL
VS1 tOj WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
Tinter : : :
1070 Next to I'ollco Station
Marblo, Q rnnlto and Hawaiian Stono
TII.INO, COUNTKB TOPS,
Fort Street, opposite Chinese Church.
All kinds of Lettering and Carving.
Estimator Furnlshod. 1140
Iron Settees, Olmirs,
of all Descriptions,
.lust Hie thing ior your
TVerenlodoln(ralr(;e bustneu In the IRON
FENCE lint, mni no doubt vou have setn some at
our work In the city, We are putthe In handjome
Iron i-enc, ana tney ore J cneap at lire wuoucn,
Call anA e nur aamples.
Helore lilting up your Habte don'l fall lo ee our
line or assortment o( fixtures. We have on hand
stall iruarJs, hav racks, oat troughs, ana in rati
cer thing In this line.
We lll mike a specially (or the nut thirty days
In IMI'ORTLD ana DOMESTIC MONUMENTS.
Hawaiian Iron Fonco and Monu
Wit. O. Inwiw,
Kan JVancfoco Agtntt Tnn Nevada Bans of
DHAW EXCHANGE ON
diM Francisco Thu Nevada Bank of Bao
Loudon Tho Union Mauk of London, Ltdi
S'ew Voiik Amcrlcnu Exchange Notional
CnmAoo Merchants National Bank.
Pabis Comptolr National d'Kscompt de
BanLiN Drcsdncr Bank:
IIonokono and YoKOnAiu Hongkong A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
NbwZbalanii and Australia Bank of New
Victoria aki VANCotrvEii Bank of British
North America. '
ransact a General Banking and Eicliange Bosisess
Depolsts Itccolvcd. Loans made on Ap-
B roved Security. Commercial and Travclcrl
rcdlta Issued. Bills of Exchange bought
Collections Phomitlt Accounted Foil
EISHQ.P m a.
Savings Deposit? will ho
received and intt-rost nllcwod hy this
Ilank at four and ono-lmlf por cent,
por annum. Tho terms, rulos and
regulations of tho Hawaiian Postal Sav
ing? Ilank havo boon ndoptod as far as
It Is praetlcihlo to apply thorn, anil tho
Cash Kcsorvo of $50,otK) as roqutrod iin
dor the Postal Act will bo ninlntainod.
Prlutod copies of tho Itulos and Hog
illations may bo obtained 011 application.
illHHOP A CO.
BISHOP cSs Co.
Transact a General Banking
tncl Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelor'a
Lottcra of Credit issued, avail
ible in all tho principal cities
f tho world.
Interest allowed after July
1,1898, on fixed deposits 3
months 3 por cent., G months
3i por cent., "12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
Assets, Dec. 31, 1808, $110,808.38
Monoy loaned on approvod socurlty.
A Savings Ilank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly install
Eighteenth Sorlos of Stock Is now
Omcnns: T. F. Lansing, Tresldontj
S. II. Koso, Vice-Prosldont; O. II. Gray,
Treasurer; A. V. Goar, Socrotary.
DinECTons: T.F. Lansing, S.D. nose,
A. V. Goar, A. W. Koech, J. G. ltoth
well, Honry Smith, J. J. MoLoan, J. D.
Holt, O. II. Gray.
For furthor particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Socrotary.
Chambor of Commorco rooms.
Oulco Hours: 12:301:30 p. in.
Tfe lOoharaa Specie Bank;
Subscribed Capital Yen 1 2,000,000
Paid Op Capital Yen 10,800,000
rtoservoFund Yen 6,000,600
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobe, London, Lyons, New York,
Ban Francisco, Shaagbai,
Bombay, Hong Kong,
The Bank buys andrecolvos for colloo
lion Bills of Exehango, issues Drafts and
Letters of Credit on tho above Branchos
and Agonclos, and transacts a goueral
On rixi'J Deposit Tor ii months, 4 percent p. a.
On FUeJ Deposit tor 6 months. i "
On Fixed Dtposlt for J mos, 3 '
By the Head Office at Yokohama, on Current De
posit, 'A per cent, per annum.
On Fixed Deposit lor la months, 7 per cent p. a.
New Reptile Building. llUleg SL, HonolQltL
Ola us SriincKEi.s.
The . . .
Cor. Alakea & Ualekauwlla Bta.
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimates givon for house wir
ing and Elootrioal plants.
Marino Wiring a Bpeoialty,
Telephono 602 041 King street
'7-r?Mii'iA-i ..''..iftr .,. 1. jietlil:m'h Miliiiiii