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The Evening Bulletin Evening Bulletin docs
You V. No. 910. HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1898. Pin on 5 Okxts. V
COFFEE IS ALL RIGHT INCOME TAX BILL ON DECK BOYS IN BLUE GET LEFT HAWAIIAN BOYS WIN AGAIN LABRADOR MEN COMMITTED KI
AH Bushmen OLAA
Manager F. Souza Bellom It Will be Senator Baldwin Makes a Strong Fonr Who Missed the Transport Ships The Native Company ot the National Captain, Mate and Passenger Bonnd
w Use it the Best. Argument for Its Passage. Get Off Otherwise. Gnard Ahead Second Time. Over for Trial in $2500 Each.
For' Cleansing the Blood
it has no Equal. Trees May be Little More Backward But When Senator McCandless and Hocking Also Sup- Seven Remaining as Invalids Will Probably Be Once More Without a Break and Company G Mr. Neumann Retires from the Case Before Ar
rHc below tho portrait nntl testimonial
port the Measure Four New Laws Sent Home Not One Case ot
Clark Makes an
MMr.li ronser Waril of lirlsbanc, cjueeinlan,! Once Started the Bearing Capacity Will Carry Home the Foreign Office gument-- Mr. In-
Will be Excellent. Come Into Effect. Trophy The Scores. effectual Motion for Discharge.
Tho Sonato passed tho Hilo Six men of the Second expedi- Tho British schooner Labrador
Mr. F. Souza tho woll-kuo-
tion for Manila wero loft behind In tho second twenty-ma- n shoot
ooffoo expert who has been plac- electric or steam railway bill a for tho Foroign Oflico trophy, opium .smuggling cush was con-
third timo this morning. by tho transport ships. They had
ed as managing superintendent of cluded, us to tho preliminary ex-
in most if not all cases simply out Company G, the nativo Hawaiian
of tho Olaa Coffeo Company's Minister Coopor roportod theso amination of (Icfoiidiint-j- , beforo
four bills signed: stayed thoir lcavo on shore through command, camo out ahead for the
plantation 18 in town. Mr. Souza second time. Its scores by indivi- Judge Stauloy as committing
Act 52 to amend tho general inadvertence. magistrate, iu the Circuit Court
has built n roBidonce on the plan-
railway act of 1878. Lieutenant Ritchie and Mr. duals aro hero given iu full, tho
tation and returns hero to get his scores of the other companies in this morning,
Act 53 relating to publio Warwick, of tho 10th Pennsylva- At tho opening of proceedings
nia Voluntoors, got away in tho iu contiuuanco from Wednesday
He says tho prospects of the Belgio yesterday morning. They COMPANY a.
Olaa district aro very good just Act 51 licensing tho manufac- last, Mr. Neumann forthodofenso
will bo in Hongkong long before Liout G Robo... 40
"Some years ago ulilloln Amorlralhacl now for a fine crop this year. Ko-- na ture of wine from grapes of Ha- withdrow as counsel iu the case.
fnrcr ami A cue. It left mo In a very weak
waiian growth, etc. tho transports roach Manila, and, Pr Karratti..
Mr. Clark Btated that tho defense
Into ami qiilto riono up. I took somo of 13 r. also promises tho largest coffeo PrO Wilcox..., 42
Ayor's Barsap.irllla ami It soon put mo to
Act 5j to regnlato tho opening if Admiral Dewey's dispatch boat --
rights and my strength returned. I can
.iely recommend . crop it has over borne. Tho trees connects closoly, they may bo Pr Jno Wnllaco... --
42 had no evidence to offer, and
in both districts are budding of streets on privato InndB in tho Sgt M Nakuina.... 42 moved that all tho defendants bo
standing on the beach at Cavito to
very freely. district of Eona, Oahu, and the Pr Jas Morse 41 discharged, on the ground that
wolcomo thoir comrades wbon
In the opinion of Mr. Souza tho town of Hilo, Hawaii. Mus T Cummins.. -- 41
Tho income tax bill came up on the latter go ashore. the ovidonce as presonted showed
trees of tho Olaa district will tako Two other "lefts'! woro tho red Pr Sherwood . .. -- 41 there was not any teititnouy to
majority and minority committee
Sorsapriflo a year longer to bear than tho
trees in a lower altitude but they
will boar for twenty fivo years.
Souator Baldwin held that if tho
cross of tho hospital corps on
their sleeves, and they go to
Manila iu tho coal tendor Brutus.
Lieut S Kekumano.
Sgt Jas Kuliko....
prove that tho defendants did any-
thing wrong, also that thoy had a
proper reason for beiug whero
In others. While In tho bush nf this country While the soil of both districts is income tax was not adopted tho Pr Koliipio 11 thoy wore found namely, to land a
I had an attack of scurvy but 1 soon got f rei,
bill to repoal Schedule E should Seven mon wero loft nshoro in -1-
uf this complaint by using tho samu remedy. finely adapted to coffee raising, he valided, namely: Four at tho Pr Jos Morse . 40 6ick man.
I'or cleaning tho blood und for cruptlous of gives tho preferenco to Olaa on bo rejected. It would not be right Pr Jno Hasp -- 40
tho skin I do not think It can bo beat. All
to embarrass tho Government in Honolulu Red Cross Society's The Court, after hearing argu
iho bushmen use It."
For Comtlratlon take Dr. Arer'l Tllti. They
nccouut ot tho natural iavorauie
obtaining rovonue. Much as he hospital nnd two at Dr. (J. W. Cnpt J MKea.... -- 37
ment of counsol, rendorcd an oral
promptly relieve nntl auruly cure. Take tliera conditions of tho soil. Tho Burgess's house. Most of these, Corp JKoo -- 3(5
decision commuting John liatiko
with l)r. Ayor' HiraiurlUai ono nUU tho other. absenco of rocks makes disliked Schedule E, he would perhaps all who aro ublo to travel, Pr J Kukahi -- 35
tho captain, James Curler tho
clearing and holoing cheaper move to have it retained should will be Bent back to the United Pr C Kaauoi -- 34
mato and Albert Weiurich tho
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd., in Olaa. Tho sou in mo tatter the income tax bill be defeated. States in tho steamer Rio do PriMB Rose.... -- 34
passenger to the Circuit Court for
rtolo Agonls for tho Itopublio of Hawaii. district is vory deep and naturally He gave fucts aud figures to prove Janeiro due tomorrow. Pr P Lewis.... --
32 trial at the next term, either regu-
well drained. the inequality of the taxation un- One poor fellow, as elsowhero lar or spucial.
"When asked regarding the coffee der Schedule E, yet showing that, reported, died at tho Rod Cross Total. .789 Bail was fixed nt $2500 for oaoh
4, EL. GEAR, 0. D. BEAR, disease written of by Mr. E. P. next to a proper incomo yet it tax,
111 Sansome St., 8. F. 310 King St., n 1. Diesoldorff. in communication came nearest to anything do
Tboro may have been one or COMPANY F. A. M. Brown, marshal, for tho
with Prof. Koebelo, Mr. Souza viBod for ascertaining tho value of two others of the expedition Pr Otto Winkles 44, Pr Job prosecution; Clark for defendants.
said, "tho conditions existing iu plantation interests. Whera it
GEAR & GEAR Kona and Olaa entirely preclude was defective was its leaving too
stranded hero. On good authori
ty it may be stated that there is
Gouvoa 43, Sgt M Hirschraau 42,
Sgt H L Morris- - Reado 42, Pr L
Tho Supreme Court resumed its
term sitting this morniug.
lawyers. tho appearance of this disease. much to tho individual capricesof
It ouly appearB in soil of o clayoy the assessors. nna ror to tho De- -
naturo which does not ollow good coma tax, he
in no suspicion, in a single case, of
desertion or feigning illness to
42, Pr Stephen Gruiup-fo- r
Pr E Abrohnmson 41, Lt H
S. K. Katie's socoud annual ac-
count as guardian of W. A. K.
an. Francisco audjloriolulu drainage. The water romaiuing lievod it was the fairest tax
back out of tho war. Ludowig 40, Orp R Friedun-dorl- Murkham, minor, shows $2585
balance out of $214.05 receipt.
Tho 40,Pr H E Pettersen 39. Cm F H
in the subsoil becomes stagnant that could be imposed. WHAT TXh BOOTH, Eilbay 39, Pr H Hendrick 38, fr R. W. Wilcox, by h's attorney.
Having offices lu San Francisco and and causes tho formation of the conditions of this country
Honolulu wo are prepared to attend A great deal of L Hillebrand 37, Hgt U Bioin A. IWn, apiisa's from tlw dsnrio
promptly to all matters entrutei to fungus."- In speaking of the faoi wore peculiar. of ejectment of Judge Stanley
mann 87, Pr F Bcckcrt 36, P O
An Incident Touching tho Mmcot of
Hslnoltuerof naiil places. litiea of marketing tho product of monoy was mado iu this country ngtiust him at the suit of John
tho coffee plantations Mr. Souza which boro no return of revenue Peniuylvunln Rcj-lme-
Beckert 30, Pr J St Clair 35, Pr ,T
Some large Luahiwo 35, Pr H Piper 32, Pr Ha pa.
thinks that when tho bean is raised to the govornmont. A pretty good story is told of
HA IV A II AK in sufficient quantities to make owners of property lived in Sato "Boots" tho mascot of the Penn Jos Cook 30. Total 7G9.
competition in carrying an object Francisco, in tho Eastern States, sylvania regiment. A prominont COMl'ANX E. I'olici: couiit ouist.
it will be laid down in San Fran- in England or on tho Continent, society Indy, hearing there was a
Mercantile Agency cisco at about ono half the present and their dividends from Hawaii Crp Geo Overbook 43, Pr Fred
cost. It will bo shipped direct an investments wero paid to them little fellow on board tho Silva 43, Capt Arthur Coyne 42, Jutlirfl Wilcox Hoon Dl.piiiFi of Cine
210 King street. from Hilo to San Francisco. abroad, to be invested in foreign would be a pleasant Mus E Austin 41, Pr F Kiley 41, Ilrouifht Beforo Illm.
countries, and was never seen by diversion for "Boots" if her little Sgt John Wirud 41, Pr Geo Le The Polico Court session this
NAD DEATH IN HOSPITAL. tho Hawaiian assessor. Indeed, a party in his honor; wis 39, Lt J Eveneou 39, Pr Win
Difficult Collections a Specialty the agents figured on getting tho boy gave Speokman 39, Sgt H A Taylor 39, morning was short. Several as-sa-
Nebraska Boy Dips After Short IllnpH produce, from which the income Consequently a member of the PrWm A Perry 39, Pr Jos Fer-reir- a and battery cases were nolle
committee was asked to
Burled Nunday. of those persons was derived, out reception 38, Pr Paul Costa 37, Crp prosqucd. The usual Btring of
GEORG-- H. O. Fiek h member of the of the country at a time to oscapo look up "Boots." The mascot was Jns Gorman 37, Pr. Wm T Jones Mou day morning druuks paid
Nebraska rpgimont on tho Senator Hawaiian taxation. Tho Senator found with tho numbor of tho a boys
37, Pr Geo A Mower 37, Pr John
LAWYER. died at the Red Cross Hospital in ado an elaborate argument on
iu front of Criterion saloon.
"Boots, there's a lady up hero Tieper 3G, Pr A O Davis 3G, Pr J thoir flues and wero discharged.
G. L. Edwards ohurgfcd with
King and Betbol Streets, Sunday morning at 3 o'clock. He tho distinction between income who wants to give you a party, Elson 32, Crp A Moore 24. Total
Corner of and capital representing it. If he along with me ?" 7U0. violating section 9G of tho Penal
Socoud Floor. was about 22 years of age and insdo 100,000 this year from won't you como LawB, by his attorney G. A.
vory well connooted in Lincoln sugar aud iuvested it in a build-ini- r romarked tho committeeman. COMl'ANY B.
Nebraska from which place he soon enough to bo assessed as
"Now." Was tho prompt ro-pl-
Pr Ghas R Frazier 42, Sgt E T Davis, waivod examination nnd
CHARLES F. PETERSON, Winant 40, Pr Lester E Rivos 40, his case was continued to the Cir-
enlisted. that other proporty, he claimed it stnggored the boar
Tho funeral wbb held yesterday would be perfectly fair and not he er This rather Sgt O H Atherton 39, Pr E Olseu cuit Court.
Attorney at Law and from Central Union church. The double taxation upon ono man
of the invitation out ho tried to
onUoots what a nico time
39, Pr H Hnpai 3lJ, Pr Morlo M Ung Sing, Ah Koe and Tai
Notary Public. casket wa3 buriod in flowers con moro than another. In conclu impress havo. ho would
Johnson 38, Pr F S Peachy 38, Pr Hug tihargol with having opium
tributed by the ladies of tho Red sion ho araued that tho two bills W B Bolster 3G, Sgt F B Angus iu their possession hud their casos
OrotiB and others. Rev. D. P. should stand or fall togother, aud
Finally the boy looked up with 3(i, Pr J L Logan 3G, Sut D F
, till June 30. Thoy aro
Birnio conducted the services at that tho President would be fol a disdainful eye nnd said "Aw fell Thrum 3G, Sgt W C Weednn 35, tho m-'- who wero nrroated vestor- -
the church and grave. Tho pall lowinc tho voico of the people if, wid 'era, I'm uoin tor stay wid der Crp V R Riloy 34, Crp W B day by Chilliugworih and Vid
boarers wero morabors of the ihould he sign the income tax bovs. committeeman returned tho See?" Scott 33, Pr B S Hngomp 33,
William A. Henshalh The in tho (JUinodo tucatro (Joucenl-c- d
National Guard of Hawaii and an bill, ho dIbo signed tho Sohodule Capt L T Kouako 33. Mus D U in a box which was mado in
esoirtof the Natioual Gnard no E repeal bill. roport to tho lady "Boots is indis- Ronoar 31, Pr W H Hughes 28, tlio wall and having for an open-
Senator MoOandless thought, posed. No party."
y at Law companied the body to tho grave.
Tiio hotly was laid iu thostrauger's after hearing the previous speaker, Nicely furnished rooms nt the
2nd Lt O B Cottroll 27. Total
ing a Irnp door the oflicerd loutid
a cotnpletn outfit of pi pea and
113 Kaabnmanu Street Tele. 653. plot, Nuuanu cemetery. that the government must have Popular Houso, 154 Fort street, COJU'ANY n. opium.
been carrying out a fiaud on the from $1.00 por week up.
For a uiue clean shave or an country for two years. If the Sgt P H Burnett 44, Sgt J
artistic hair outdrou in to the Elite riuh man could ovndo his tues he Johnson 44, Sjjt O Whitehead 43,
W. S. EDHTGS, Barber Shop, King street, near would do it. Ho would vote for Awarded Capt O Borgstrom 43, Pr W U Koytl make the fond pure,
wbolciome anil dcllclou.
Alakea. the income tax nud tho repeal of Highest Honors World's Fair. Butler 42, Pi G W Maxwell 40,
Counsellor at Law, Sohedulo E. Thorn woro mou Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair. Lt L D Timtnons 40, Pr J Gillis
CoruHr Bethel and King Strong, Bicycle Repairs living nbrond spending morn in-
como, derived from property in Da 39, Qrp Goo W Kiester 38, Pr T
K HounesPov 37. Pr Thos U
Honolulu, H. f.
C. WALL, D. D S
Hawaii, than the whnlo amount of
Sprl tig Soatl'osts with Ilollor Roarings, tho assessment for titxat.ou of their
Tempered Conos, lUll Cups, Axles uml estates in Uih country.
Tread way 37, 2nd Lt W W Noed
ham 35. l'r Uhns Wi Us 31. i'r W
J Smith 33, Orp Wm Nott 31, Pr
Sprockets, 17 to 25; Chains, Ocar Casos, VWLjIe.M. Totui UU4.
O. E.WA.LL, D.D.S., Cranks; Spoulal l'ioccs and ForglngH iu Senator Kepoikai favored tho
Stock or iiuulo to ordor at tho old relia- incomo tax.
ble Senator Hooking brought up tho
The trophy hns to be won for
possesion by a compauy three
question of the regularity of tho times in succession. Coinpuuy G
v liovo'8 Hnlldlnu, Frt Htreet. The Honolulu Cyclery action of the bill. in passing Houeo has done it twice, aud needs to
TELEPHONE 43t 231 King Street.
the income tax
Senator Baldwin contended that BAKING win but the next shoot.
J5i the constitution was not violated A dollar saved is a dollar earn- Absolutely Puro
wlioro prompt attention will be given to by the House, but at the worse a
GILBERT F. LITTLE. allropalrs.
Oil your blko frequently with rule of that branch As tho action
POWDER ed. Yon can save a good ruony
dollars by buying your grocories
Hunt ltloycle Oil" and wvo half had been sustained on a ruling of
ATTORNEY ST WW your hoavy pushing. A Pore drape Cream of Tartar Powder. of J. Hutohiugs, 027 Fort streot.
Established 1KSW on the basis of Continued on eighth page. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. P.O. box 402. Tolephoue358. irrtu. nttiNd rooc oo. urwvoeK.
HILO, HAWAII "QOOD WORK."
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United States "Sized Up" by Spanish country, many thousand miles from the Yankee devils closed in. Can-
the Atlantic coast. There are only nons were brought forward and sol-
GEAR, LAMM CO. Newspapers.
I'fom The Hawaiian ot SaturJay.l
a few thousand men all told, and
they are ill paid and ill fed, and not
willing to fight. 0 utilize this force
diers aimed their muskets. At the
signal the guns exploded and the
valiant victims fell writhing in death
The following letter, dated at
m' Paris, April 26, was sent by an
it will be necessary to bring it to agony. The soldiers then bayon-
the eastern seaboard. There is but eted the wounded till they died.
American student there to his
TELEPHONE 256. mother in Chicago. It is interesting one railway by which it can be
transported, and that is an old and
The square ran with Spain's best
A dolicaoy sought nftor by conno-
as showing Spanish ignorance con- isseurs in nil parts of tho world; It
cerning this country. Certain poorly constructed affair. At one Ei Tiempo prints this special dis-
place this railroad passes over patch from Havana : is rich and dollcato, and is used nt
portions of the letter have been
omitted as they related to the per- Niagara Falls, a cataract 1,000 feet "Word has just been . received banquets nnd for lunches at own-
2? here that the Indians are rising
sonal affairs of the writer. The high, near Labrador. At last ac- ing partlos.
counts the bridge at this place was against the Yankees in Illinois, To sorvo Pato do FoloGras Is to bo
remainder is as follows :
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENTS "One of the students here, an in a very dangerous condition. It Ohio, and other places. The farm-
need surprise no one to hear that ers are petitioning the government
Ohio boy, studied for two years in No houso In Honolulu carries any-
some agency had made it still to protect them from the bloo-
Madrid, and his former teacher, thing llko tho vnrioty in this lino
more so. It would serve the hateful dthirsty savages, who are burning
Martalan, sent him a bundle of
STOCK AND BOND Spanish papers, some of them con-
taining marked references to Amer
pigs of Yankees right if their miser-
able army was thus drowned."
In another part of the same news
houses and killing on every side.
Troops are asked for at Colorado,
in the State of Denver, and at St.
that wo do. Ournsoortnrantisvery
largo and complete
ica anil American aitairs. n,
paper a correspondent suggests that Louis (San Luis) in Missipa.
who received them, brought
them up to the studio a night or two the Spanish fleet run over to Amer "News is brought to us that PIM-OLA- S
ica, which he says it could do in Buffalo Bill, a notorious outlaw and
ago and he let me keep a number,
BROKERS after we had both laughed heartily four days, from Cadiz, and bombard
"Ckicago" (Chicago) and other
leader of a band of half-breed- s,
risen against the American govern-
aro olives stulTod with plmlcnlox,
over the whole batch.
ggaxaaw seaports. The Diario issues an ex ment, and is burning towns near a sweot Spanish Poppor.
"Mind you, these ludicrous mis-
tra, saying : his birthplace in New York." Evon tho brlno tastos.'good.
takes were not confined to a few
"The yangee presidente Mag- - Again on May 11 Imparcial says: Thoy aro a rich morsel, delighting
newspapers, but were
ginly committed suicide for fear the "The Minister of Marine has re tho palate and assisting dlgostlon.
common to nearly all of the Spanish ceived most gratifying information
Spanish fleet would capture New
COFFEE PLANTATIONS press represented. This is not An ollvo fork freo with each bottlo.
CITY PROPERTY. York." The next day it corrects from one of the secret agents in the
astonishing when one considers that
this and says that he died from a United States. It transpires that
statistics show that 67 per cent, of
FOR SALE: the Spanish population can neither
read nor write, and that an infinite-
wound inflicted by a brave Spani
ard. In a biographical sketch of
the Yankee pigs have left unguarded
Hawaii island in Lake Ontario,
Lewis & Co.
FOR RENT: OLAA LANDS. simal percentage carry on the cor-
several Americans, the Diario says : a port where all American cruisers
"Magginly is a naturalized Chi- will stop to coal on their way to LABOR
A lino Coflco Ranch of 118 acres lease- respondence for the whole nation. SAVED
MAKIKI House of 9 rooms. Hoctric hold. 20 ncros cleaned and undor naman, having been born at Manila. Without going into details
llahts Complete Lot 12,rx200. Hot cultivation planted with 1 year old Parkinson says the schools are of Canton," the Minister assures Her Majesty
house, stablo, carriago liouso, ser- coflbo trees. most elementary character, and
vants quarters nnil chicken houso. Jixcollcnt bargain in a Coffeo Plantation the The Imparcial in the same issue, that Admiral Cervera will have no
Fruit nnil ornamental trees. of 100 acros. Fco simple 70 acres
even the universities of Madrid and
said : difficulty in taking his fleet down the
planted in colleo trees from 2 to 3 elsewhere are unworthy of compa-
years old. Fino dwolllng houso and rison with really serious institutions "We have repeatedly called at- Mississippi river, which empties MOM SATED.
outbuildings. tention to the fact that the Amer- into Lake Ontario, and taking pos-
THlinn NEW COTTAOIS on King A CO aero Colleo llancli in fco slmplo, of learning. Of the remaining 33 session of this Hawaii island and
strcot, near Witikikl road. facing on tho Volcano ltoad. 15 per cent, of population comprising icans are ignorant swine who cannot
ncros in colleo. 0 months advanced. take care of themselves under any preventing the Americans from
A 30 acio Colleo Farm, leasohold
what may be termed the intelligent
circumstances.- - That they are im- securing either coal or provisions.
1 acres aro planted with i class, not more than 10 per cent,
year old colleo trees and 18 acros have ever traveled beyond Rome or beciles is shown by the fact that at This information is hailed with de- Have your Rubber
with 2 year old trees. Tho owner Philadelphia the other day a boiler light by the patriots. Victory
FOR SALE: will clear and plant 2 ncros addi- Paris, and five minutes conversa-
strides bravely on the horizon and stamps 111 ado by
tional freo of charge for tho pur- tion with one of them will prove burst in a cigar factory and killed
280 acros of unimproved cofl'eo land Just that his education is confined to the
twenty-seve- n people. And these glorious Spain will add to her pos- tbo Hawaiian
MAKIICI HotihO of (1 largo rooms. Hath, ltoad, are the people who dare to sessions instead of yielding one
back of tho Volcano 30 foot
kltrfion nml pantry; largo hull,
vorand.i on 2 slilos. Kloctrlc lights road leading to tho land. classics and a sketchy outline of
defy and insult the Spaniards, with grain of sand to the American pigs. News Co., Lt'd.,
A Cofl'eo Plantation of 54 acres only 9 modern European literature, politics
miles from Hllo. 20 acres planted and history. centuries of chivalry and warlike Viva la King Viva Hispana." and obtain the
In colleo. A houso and improve- history at their backs 1" In another newspaper we are
ments on property. "Madrid journalists, my friend One issue of the Pais said : given an account of .a rainstorm lowest prices in
S lot 75x103. 200 ncros fco slmplo. 50 acros under Parkinson tells me, although they
cultivation. 3U,UW bearing trees. "It is pitiful to see what children, which drowned 2700 persons. This, town. Satisfac-
Good residence, stable and laborers pretend to mold public opinion what weaklings the Americans are. the paper said, was owing to the
PltOSPECT STREET Building Jot
quarters. there, are no more intelligent than They are as unable to care for "carelessness of Americans,"
:i&i ncio fo slmplo. 30 acres culti the others; and certainly the sam- themselves as
vated. infants in arms. Yes- The Spanish newspapers I saw Call and examine
ples of their work sent by his terday there were no less than two were full of insults to Minister
KONA LANDS. teacher would seem to bear him out. railway accidents in America, the Woodford, some of which, however,
our now lino of
175x200 Valuablo lot hi fashionable
rosldoneo portion of tho city. Palms, 42 acros In Holualoa. 12 acros in coffee. For instance, in the Impartial, the total victims being six. They are were really funny. Their cartoons " UNIVERSAL
fruit and ornamontnl trcos. A desi- 2 to 3 years old. Laborers house,
wator tank, etc., on Mine. leading Madrid newspaper, and one ignorant of the use of steam, and of him all represented the fat and
rable lot fornnyono contemplating Stamp Holders."
building. 8 ncros on now Govornmonl road. All which compares itself with the their telegraph poles are continu pudgy Minister with burnsides as a
planted in cofl'eo from 3 to 4 years Temps here or the Times of Lon- ally blowing down." tall and awkward man whose chin
old. laborers houso. Situated in
Kapalaalaca, North Kona. don, under the date of April 2, says The Pais speculating on what was adorned with a wisp of hair.
.STRUCT Improved pro- 50 aercs n portion cultivated. 2 story in its principal editorial article : Spain will do with America when They evidently got him mixed with
perty. Lot 200x290 through to u framo dwelling. "But behind and beyond the she shall have conquered it, says : Uncle Sam. One newspaper had a
street. Two fino residowos, 3000 acres fco slmplo. 1000 acros tho natural fear of Americans to meet 'J
Stables and sorvants quartors. host of coflco lands. 1)0 acros unuoi "The country is not fit to live in. paragraph saying that as all
Grounds woll covered with shado cultivation. 5 laborers houses and the brave Spanish army upon land The climate is execrable. When it boys were girls the dyn-
troos, plants and flowers. storo houso at landing.
or our gallant navy upon the sea, is is not sleeting or snowing the heat
asty would pass away at his death.
the danger the Yankee republic is almost unbearable. Avalanches The same newspaper said :
runs of facing a revolution at home. are frequent at all times, and these
"It is not likely that Spain will threaten the principal cities. As
"The average height among the Genuine Chicken
Americans is 5 feet 2 inches, and
find the United States opposing her, for the people,' besides the few they have never produced an ath-
Finest Coffee Plantation on the Islands. 240 Acres in Fee Simple. 30,000
for the government at Washington whites engaged in business along the lete. This is due to their living MADE IN HONOLULU
Trees in Bearing, present crop estimated at 20 tons. Pulping will be busily engaged in putting eastern shore, the remainder of the almost entirely upon vegetables, as
Plant and Laborers Quarters. Never Failing Spring down a civil war." country is one vast plain, covered they ship all their beef out of the BY A S MEXICAN ARTIST
of Water. One Mile from Landing.
One of the leading journals of with Indians called cowboys, and country, so eager are they to make
Madrid, the Impartial, editorially great herds of roaming cattle." money. There is no doubt that AT
remarked on April 2 : "We have no navy, according to one n Spaniard can defeat
"It is a fact well known to all the Tiempo, except 'a few old ves- any three men in America." The TIib Elite lc Gream Parlors.
European statesmen that only by sels left over from the civil war of journals resound with hyperbole 108 HOTEL STItEET. 027-t- f
means of armed force stationed in 1876 and clumsily plated with rusty and high-falulti- n. Nothing but sup-
the late Confederate States has the boiler iron.' From Ostend comes erlatives are used, and Spaniards
Washington government been able the news that Don Carlos, the are abjured by all their traditions of Washington
to preserve the semblance of peace. would-b- e King of Spain, has said chivalry to take arms against "the
Even now the new generation of that 'as soon as war is declared the insolent foe." Cor. Queen and Fort Sts.
Greenwich Fire Insurance Company the Confederacy is but waiting for Cubans will join issue with the It is also amusing to see the atti-
tude of three Spanish students with Importers and Wliolesalo Dealers hi
the word to revolt. When war is Spaniards . against the common
declared General Lee, who has been enemy.' There is an intelligent whom Parkinson and were on
good terms last year at Julien's.
Hay, Grain, Teed, ....
consul general at Havana, and who monarch for youl
They refuse to speak to us now, Mour, Meals, etc
was kicked out of Cuba by Gov- The Quixote, a weekly paper at and bow very stilily when they
ernor General Blanco, will raise the Barcelona, has a cartoon which pass us on the street. Vignaux Our Goods are Always Fresh.
standard of revolt and the old represents Spain as a mail-cla- d
Southern Confederacy. This Lee is rior driving into the sea a herd of
the same Lee who was general-in- -
war told us that one of the Spaniards
was waiting for an opportunity to
insult Parkinson, hoping thus to
Island Orders Solicited.
ORGANIZED 1834; pigs labeled "Americanos." Black provoke him into a duel. Park-
In' V chief of the civil war in 1850 to and White, an illustrated paper at inson says he'll kick the garlic-eate- r
1855, and whose surrender to Gen- Madrid, has had some very bitter all around the quarter if he bats his Boardman & Masuda
eral Lincoln in the last named" year cartoons. The Diario, which seems eye at him. Chicago Chronicle.
broke the revolution. His acts at to be a special offender against Business Agency.
Ones Tried, Alwny Uieil, Houses for Rent.
Havana were for the purpose of truth, printed April 9 an account of IE wo sell one bottlo of Cham Real Estate Agents.
GERMANIA LIFE HSDRAIGH CO. OF M YORK plunging the government into war a massacre of Spaniards in some
with the kingdom of Spain, at American town the name of which
which time he and his followers it forgets to mention.
berlain's Cough Remedy, wo sel
dom fail to sell tho same person
Brokers in Japanese Goods.
more, when it is again needed. Legal and other documents trans-
would rise against Senor ."
"The scene in tli plaza was one Indood, it has become tho family lated into uny language
EMMETT MAY, Superintendent ot Agencies. of frightful slaughter," it says, medicine of this town, for coughs
ft: El Heraldo de Madrid furnishes "The brave Spaniards to the num- aud colds, and wo recommend it Agents for Japan Emigration Company,
' this valuable bit of information con- ber of about 200, with their beau- hocauso of its established inorits. JAPANESE LABORERS:
- - - P. O. BOX 401 cerning the United States troops: Jos. E. Hurned, Prop., Oakland
210 ICING ST., HONOLULU. tiful wives and children, made a Pharmacy, Oakland, Md. 8old by Also Shaman & Co., Mnnehurlaii or
"All the troops of the Yankees stand in the public square near the all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., Chinese laborers.
Room No. 1, Spreokels Block. Tele-
are in the far western part of the cathedral fountain. On every side general agents. phone 017. 921-- tf
& iUMr WV JLm&z, t'&l.U- .& .
,& ,. . 'tat WjIB. t 4fe& tf' i.WM'illrir-'i- MiU, ,'m ittmfcut
THE EVKtflNG BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE 27, 1898.
ffll,M.IMWWt rarmwiiiunjiWJuiiiL lll.WII.U'ITUMJMrfcJWJWI HI UIJIIJJUU !, ,MWIM1
CLAOS WM. G. Ibwiic.
BLUE RIBBON-RE- D CROSS
Use only one heap- Sterling Team Won Honors at Satur-
The Remington Typewriter
IONOIUIkU 12. X. ing teaspoonful of day Evening Meet.
San JfrancUco Agentt Tn Nsviitt. Bunt or HAS BEEN AWARDED A
DIUW BXCIUNOH ON
Schilling s Best Bak- Good Crowd Witnesses
Tho Nevada Bank of 8an
Loudon The Union Bank of London, Ltd.
Niw Tons American ExchanRO National ing Powder to a
Diploma of Honor
UuiouoMercuantf National d'Kscorapt Thoro was a very good eized au
Birmii l)rcdner Ham:.
Hosokono Ann ToKoinMA HongkonR ft
Shanghai BunklnR Corporation.
quart of flour. dienco at tho 131uo Ilibbon bicycle
moot, in uid of tho lied Cross So-
ciety, at Cyclomere last Saturday
You mutt use two teaspoonfuls of other baking powder. ovening. The boxeB and grand- BRUSSELS EXPOSITION OF 1897.
Viotoiiia and VANOOtJTBn Bank of British too stand wore filled with sooioty peo-
ple who enjoyed tho sport im-
Transact a neneral BaiMns uiEBtameBifflMB
U& This is tbo Highest Possible Award, ranking
Dcfobta Received. Loans
ofP-orotc- d abovo a Gold Medal.
Security. Tho pavilion was occupied by
Bills of Exchange bought
Art Portraits Sieamsh ip Go's tho officers aud committees of tho
COLLIiOTlONB rnOMFTLT ACCOUNTED FOB.
Red Cross and boforo it tho win
Established 1863 Cliesncy W. Ewing, a lending por-
trait painterof San Francisco, Is
TIME TABLE. ners received their prizes.
The track was in splendid con-
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd
3ISH10P 3s Co. now In Honolulu anil connected with
our Btudio. Hia work hero Is already O. L. WIGHT, Pre. S. B. BOSE.Beo. dition, aud tho men rode as if Sole Dealers.
Capt. J. A. KINO, PortSupt.
BANKERS. there wore largo purses hung up
On Exhibition for thorn. Tho honor of having
Transact a Goneral Banking Stmr. KINAU, tho ribbons pinned on by tho
Oceanic Steamship Company.
and Exchange Business. and admired by all who see it. CLARKE, Commander, charmiug President of tbo sooioty
Commercial and Travelers Water color and Crayon portraiture WiU Mrs. Harold M. Sewall was well
from llfeslzo to miniatures. A spe- leave Honolulu at 10 A. m ., touohlng at woith striving for.
Letters of Credit issued, avail-
able in all the principal cities
of the world.
cialty is made of painting on Ivory Lahaina, Maalnea Bay and Makena the
and porcelain. Got your Bame day; Mahukona. Kawaihae and Lan
Sahoehoe the following
day, arriving at
Tho government band was in
attendance. Owing to tho lack of
tho raegaphono tho races woro de-
Tho Fino Passongor Stoamors of This Line Will Arrivo at
Interest allowed after July
1,1898, on fixed deposits 3
Sweetheart's Pictnre LXAVZS HONOLULU. ABBIVI8 HONOLULU.
layed a littlo but it ar-
rived shortly after 8 and tho
ovening'e entertainment began.
Leavo This Fort as Horoundor.
Prom San Pranolsco: Por San Franoisco:
months 3 per cent., G months Friday
on your watch dial, or that of any Tuesday
July 8 Tho Sterling toam made a oloan
3J per cont., 12 months 4 loved one. Photographing by the Friday July 22 Tuosday July 10 ZEALANDIA Juno 8 ZEALANDIA Juno 14
latest science, with special regard to Tuesday.. ..Aug. 2 swocp of all tho blue ribbons and
per cont. posing and grouping, still makes Friday....Aug. 12
Friday. Aug. 0 there was much rejoicing among MOANA Juno 22 ALAMEDA Juno 22
Tucsday-.Au- g. 10
ours the Tuesday..Aug. 23 Friday.... Aug. 30 the friends of the speedy onos.
Tjje Yokohama ppeciB M Friday.....Sept. 2 Tuesday....Scpt. 0 Jones and LudlofT woro the stars
of tho evening.
In connection awitb tho sailing of tho abovo Bteamers, tho Agent
aro prepared to issuo, to lntouding passengers, coupon through .1
LIMITKD. Best Place. Returning, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clooi
p. m., touching at Laupahoehoe, Mahu- Tho first event was tho first heat tickets by any railroad from San Francisco, to all points in the
kona and Kawaihao same day; Makena, of the milo amatour scratch. It United States, and from Now York by any stehmship lino to all
SSSr?epgd::::::.::... wmo At the old Btand In Fort street, Maalaea Hnv nnd LnhftlnA tin fnllnmlnn
d&V! arririntr nt FTnnnlnln Mia nftamAAn.
was paced by tho Giles boys on a
taudem who rau away from tho
of Tuesday and Fridays.
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. J. J. WILLIAMS. mn can at l'onomi, .Tuna;
-- bunch. J09. Smith won V. Lylo
second and Treadway tliird. Timo
For further particulars apply to
V"No Freight will be received after
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobe. London, Lyons,
Shanghai, The . . .
0 a. m. on day of sailing. 1:13J.
The taudem showed down nt
the last eighth and Ludloff shot
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
Hawaiian Electric Stmr. CLAUDINE,
out like an arrow. He won as ho Goneral Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Tranaaots a General Banking and
1) pleased in 1:05 4 5 Gilmnn sec
change Business. CAMERON, Commander,
Agency Yokohama Spetie Bank ond Souza third Harry Williams
BolUiiE. Ill King St, EonQlulTL
Company, Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at Sp.m.i punctured his tiro at tho start so WE ARE SOLE AG-ENT- S
Hew RWiUlic touching at Kahnlul, Uana, Hamoaand dropped out.
Pioneer Building and
lias u large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec-
Cor. Alakea & Halokauwila Sta. Kipahulu, Maul. .Returning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call nt Nnn. Knnnn nn QAAnniY t4vi
of eaoh month.
No Freight will be received aftei
Tho "pros" next modo thoir
going with Jones on his back
T1EM1A v WAflE!
4 p. m. on day of sailing.
Assets July, 1897, $118,768.25. trical Goods wheel. Neur tho last eighth Al-
This Company will reserves the right tc lan uncorked a little and opened
Money Loaned on Approved Security. Constantly on hand. .
A Savinaa Bank for Monthly Deposits.
make changes in the time of departure and up big gaps of spaco botweon him
Monthly Installment arrival of its steamers without notice and self and the othors romping in a
Houses Built on the Eatimutes given for houso wir- it will not bo responsible, for any conse-
run.- - quences arising therefrom. winnor, blinds down. Manoa sec
Fifteenth Series of Stook now open. ing and Electrical plants. Consignees must be at the Landings to ond and Johnson third. Time
For further particulars apply to receive their Freight; thiB Company will 1:16. At tho finish the boys wero
Marino Wiring a specialty.
A. V. GEAR, Secretary. not hold itself responsible for freight after
decorated by Mrs. Sewall and
it has been landed.
Chamber of Commerce Booms. Princess Kaiulani and wero cor-
Offloe hours, 12:30 ltM ?'" THEO. HOFFMANN, Live Stook only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsibli dially thanked for their assist-
K-t- d Manager. for Money or Valuables of passenger? ance.
J. S. WALKER, ISIANDB. unless placed in the care of Pursers.
MikoO'Miko, Honolulu's Trilby
Yee Sing Tie
Packages containing personal oilects,
GENERAL AOENT FOR HAWAIIAN wbothor shipped as baggagd or freight, Fowlor, gyrated for tho edification
Boyal Insurance Company. If the contonts thoroof excood $100.00 in of the audience. He ib a vory A NATURAL MEDICAL SPRING- - WATER
Aiiianoe Assurance Company.
Alliance Marine ana ueneriu aiu.u Large valuo, must havo the valuo thoroof
plainly statod and markod, and tho
clever little follow and recoived
for Indigestion, Livor Complaint, Diseases of tho Kidnoy
much morited applnuse. Ho dup-
life Assurance Company of Canada. -
Wicket Company will not hold itsolf llablo for
any loss or damage In oxcoss of this licates most of Trilby's tricks. and Bladder, Skin Eruptions, Etc., Etc.
Wuheima 01 juaagoumts w
Boottish Union and National Insurance
sum oxcopt tho goods be shipped under
a special contract.
All employoos of tho Company aro
Miko has a most bewitching faro-w-
bow which is nil his own.
Benson, Smith. & Co.,
He was also docoratod at tho con-
Latest forblddon to recolvo frolght without de-
livering a shipping receipt thorofor In clusion of his performance. Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Room 18 Bpreckcls Block, Honolulu,
Styles tho form proscribed by tho Company
and which may bo neon by shippers
The final of tho half mile ama-
teur was made livoly by tho intro- Since We Musi Eat to Live, Let's Have the "Best.
BRUCE CARTWRIGHT, ..AND.. upon application to tho pursors of tho
Company's Steamers, duction of tho Gilos boys on thoir
General Manager of
Life Assurance Society
Of all kinds.
Shippers aro notified that if frolght is
shipped without bucIi rocoipt, It will be
tandom. Ludloff got tho pace
from the start nnd kopt it' He Just Ooened Up an
Of the United States for the Hawaiian
Fort Streot, opp. Club Stables
Hololy at tbo risk of tho shipper.
Passengers are requested to purchase
ticket! before embarking. Those failing tc
jurapod out at tho eighth with
Souza nftor him. Ludloff won out
. . Invoice of
Merohant street, Honolulu!
do bo will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-liv- per cent. e
in fino stylo, Souza catting socond
and Smith, the winner of the first
heat, third. Time 1:00 1 5.
Tho professional 2 3 mile han-
8lfpLyj)lqys Best Tes
MEMMTS' EXCHANGE Lacquer Ware dicap brought out Jones scratch,
.Manoa 1U yd., oylvestor HU yds., Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
KINO AND NUOANC STREETS, Silver Ware aa
Jnhnxnn wag limit man with 50
yds. Ho Btarto I out at a hot clip SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
The celebrated Enterpbisk
Beer on Draught and in
Crockery Ware and kept things going making a
game raco. Jones jumped out at Give thorn a trial. Money baok if you dou't like them. Also, just received
the third nftor cutohiug the bunch Choico Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Bottles. . aud started after Johnson. Ho
Wing WoTai & Go. "
pasted him near tho eighth aud Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hums, Crackors and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beof,
H. VM CO., .it 2 8 Q h. SVlv i finished sitting up, ten lengths to
the good. Sylvester beat Manoa Choico Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc,
214 Nuuanu Street.
in the sprint for second pluco.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries. Timo 1:34. It was a fine raco.
To My Patrons and the Pablic.
515 & 617 Fort St., Honolulu i
" era av j!
The last race was a mile
handicap amateur run in ouo heat.
TTuvinrr recovered from my ro- - There uore ten Htnrters. Ludloff
Tflephoner 2'J P.O. Box 470 212 King streot, next to tho Arlington.
cent illuoBB, I
am npnin prepared won from scratch with Souza sec-
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd
to do all kinds of TiuBmith and
Plumbing work as heretofore.
ond. Time 1:40 2-- 5.
fKLKI'HONK U3- - -- F. O. UOX 1U
WHOLESALE GROCERS AN!
Thanking you for past iavors, x
rpspeotfally solicit a continuance This
lilt- Old Cjmmercliil.
placo has been
H. E. McDSTTYRE & BRO.,
of the same. placed under tho management of IMl'OliTKIlh AND i)ALKB8 IK
P. P. ltyan than whom no one is
JAS. NOTT, Jr. s better known as a disponcor of oTOceries, Provisions and Feed.
225 Quoen street, Honolulu, H, 1,
VST Tel. 844. linnZ
a: , ra B ! i
C H l?
liquid refreshment. Tho Com-
mercial is the oldest drinking New Goods Eeoeiiod by Every Faoket from the Eastern States and Europe
HOP WO COMPANY. ROBERT GR1EVU. f
a; rzi fri . .v
uj place in tho city. It has been en-
tirely renovated and is tbo coolest FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY BTEADIBB
King Stroot, Palace Squaro.
Book and Job Printer
B 3 BJ -
and most comfortnblo saloon in AU Orders faithfully attended to and Goods Delivered to any
,. I. Ti..l. niwl T.tnntl Rllttd mAflfl til Merohant Stroot, Honolulu, H.
$i 3 j 5-
town. Tho celebrated John Wio-ia-
bcor on draught as well as
Fart of the Oity FBEE,
for tho Siuiitarium'Braml of Health Fooda
all brands of tho best wines and General Agents
1 n v z a
rtlor. Fine assortment of new nnd latost
doslgns Just arrivou. rorisii. ni,
NewsGompany'e 4f liquors. Corner of Uorotanin nnd (iLUro Ounas Bouoren, 8aiictio Gcuuxtm
Lowest Prlow. Book Storo. my 18, M Nuuanu streets. Telephone 323. EAST 0OHNEB rOliT AND KINQ STItEETb.
iQfPW etfftfr ". fr aa --
jMJhHuPk t&cffif $$' W-v-
; , iwi- ' mvW
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE 27, 1898.
mLmgi im wmn
It is about titno this twaddlo tho United States. Tho spocial
Evening Bulletin, about "tho otloct on annexation"
was stopped. If tho United States
f vors granted by thoUnitedStates
will probably bo tho location of
fimely Jopi The Buy Well.
PuHlsheJ Fvfry Day, xpt
SunJay, t io King wants theeo islands it will tako a regular army post hero, thus Do not conclude
Half taking tho bunion of responsibili-
Mrt, Honolulu, II. I., by the them whether this govornmont on tho first thing you set'.
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COA1PANY. says, yos, no, or don t care. And ty from tho National Guard and
tho people of thoUuitedStatcs will relieving local tax payors of the
Economy is investing judi-
W. K. FAKKINC.TON
not think any loss of tho people
here if they do local business with-
oxponso. Local politicians who
hopo to upset tho wholo system of
Surprise ciously your time or money
DR. C. A. PETERSON
out constantly raising the ques- American Govornmont when Ha- To Managers of Plantations,
tion, what will tho United Statos waii gets into tho union, bad best
and Engineers in general : To si boy
Per month, an where In Hawaiian Islands $ 5 think about this? raako up their minds to accept is finding himself
" what they got and look smiling. If you, as economical men,
Per vear. " " 8 on
Perear,r5lPiIJ.'n Amerlca.Canaia oiMexIco 10 oo
unnblo to Is well spent if you need
Tho only point that can bo
Perear, roslpaU, olher lorelRncountilM . oo n Mr. Hyilc'a Condition. wish the best and most effec- rip his clothes. anything for your houso, or
raised against the resolution ro
""PayaWe Invariably In advance.
luting to tho political prisoners of Bov. 0. M. Hyde, D. D., had a tive, just examine into the for a present, and you inves- J
Tilriholl'.it tho 1895 fracas is one which law- rocurronco of heart trouble last tigate tho
Bujinesj Oflice. '2SII Editorial Rooms, 1IIU. night, checking tho improvement merits of our Prove
yers might class ns professional to 11 mother
jS PuloiSce Box, 404.
courtosy. There is absolutely no ho had been making from his
recent paralytio stroke. This foro-noo-
that yon sell The People's Store.
3? question as to tho justice of tho ho ho ralliod somewhat and such clothes, and
MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1898. BOILER COMPOUND.
measure Futuro historians will was rostiog easy although quito
W point to many features of tho weak. You will easily understand the yon havo a
lasting customer. Wo are offering a special
If tho income tnx wore put to a mannor in which tho political meaning and value of a com- discount of ton por cent, off
popular voto, it would undoubted prisoners woro dealt with as a IMnnoa.
ly bo nccopted by a largo majority. howling farce. At tho samo time, Chickering, Kimball and
parative test made lately by regular Plain Piguro Price
Kroogor pianos for salo, for of certain lines, this month,
"Why should our legislators with-
hold thoir sanction from tho mea-sur- o?
under tho constitution of tho
tho pardoning powor is
cash or on tho instalment Engineer Kapke of the Pioneer
plan. Old instruments exchanged
"The KasV and you can certainly
vested in tho Executive and tho for new ones. Pianos ronted, Mill, Lahaina, Maui, which re-
tuned and ropaired. Telophone 9 Hotel Street : : WaYGTlGy BlOCl
Council of State. The resolution,
Tho Hawaiian boys havo again if passed by tho Legislaturo will, 321. Bergstrom Musio Co., Ltd., sulted as follows: Save Money
t won the Foreign Oflice trophy by at best, bo simply a rap at tho
Progress Block, Fort street.
Asbestos 11 $ F
Agents for Dr. Dolmel'a Llnen-Me- sl
Underwear. Seud (or Catalogue.
virtue of thoir superior markn-mansh- ip. Executivo for failure to act moro
As competent soldiers promptly in tho matter. Whether
Notice to the Building Scotch Compound . . . .108 F
We Make Shirts to Order. At the People's Store.
tho Hawaiian boys need tako a this is merited or not is not for us Publio. Anti-Calo- ric 101 F
back seat for no one. to say as tho plans of tho Execu
You can see for yourselfand
Mr. G. A. Howard Jr., of tho firm of
live havo not boon published. In
King tho bells of Boston. A view of tho tond of publio feel
Howard, Train and 1'ngo architects,
to announco to his frlonda and tlio
we are always ready to explain Golden Rule Bazaar W, W, Dimond & Co.,
local paper has found that a man ing, however, wo havo no reason public, that during Ills absence from said
UlundH, all business lutrustod to
looks nioro liko a Bostonian than to believe that tho Executivo will Arm, will rocolvo tho elcvo and pains- further. LIMITED.
IS HEADQUARTERS FOR
a Chicagoan because of an
of "evident intellectual-
not aot, if tho Legislaturo will taking attontion of his partnor Goo. W.
Page. OI8-- King Street.
ity." And Boston had John L.
from its apparent en
deavor to step on tho Executivo
THE Plags, Bunting,
Sullivan as a mayoralty candidate. SPECIAL MEETING Hawaiian Hardware Co,
toes. Undor presont conditions
nothing can bo gained by slapping
Badge's, Lichee Nut Trees
Ono of tho features among lato
arrivals from tho Coast is tho
tho Executive, and tho thing
OF THE- - --
Lithographs of FOR SALE 1
might as well bo finished up in NO. 307 FORT STREET, JkateawOur Presidents, Just received, the finest lot ever
number of business men who proper constitutional ordor. Hawaiiaii - Jocke? -- : -:-
ported. A choice variety.
Opposite Spreokels' Bank.
come horo prepared to open up in Naval Heroes,
business as soon as annexation is tiii: futuhic oovi:k.mi:.vt. JULY 4, 1898. "Old Glory," Over Two Years Old
assured. Annexation moans a cguWill bear In from 18 to 24
great American hustlo. Discussion has now opened to Battle Scenes in Manila, months.Inquiro at
a cortnin extent of what sort of a Official Program. FORSALE, Battlo Ships, etc. Kwong Hip Lung Co.,
Hawaii has always been a favo governmont Hawaii will have
035 4G1 Hotel Street. Int
rite post for navy men. In event undor annexation. It seems to be (SUBJECT TO CHANGES.)
of annexation tho regular array tho idea in samo soctions of the All Prices Just Right !
will como in for its share. More community that tho United Statos Fine City Residence De- A. R. ROWAT,
FIRST RACE-PU- Jioo.
thin ono regular army oflicor will in taking over this country will Veterinary Surgeon. 510 Fort Street,
havo his oyo on an assignment to
tho post that will undoubtedly bo
immediately mako now laws, rip
tho United States constitution up
Trotting and Pacing to Harness; mile heats, best
two In three; a.20 class.
SECOND RACE-PUR- SE $100.
sirably Located. J. M. WEBB TELEPHONE 785.
Orders left at f!lnh nr Tn.ti,n..
stationed here aa soon as tho war tho back, and chango things Stables will bo received and promptly
closes. around generally for tho particu-
Running race; half mile dash; free fur all.
316 Fort Street. attended. Diseases of dogs a specialty.
lar benefit of specially favored THIRD RACE-PU- $100. .
Running race; mile dash, for Hawaiian
It about time the baseball ones. Of courso all this may be
boys either waked up or went out accomplished, tho Hawaiian tail
FOURTH RACE-PU- $j5o.
House of. . . .
m Tire fint Cores mi Tired
of tho business entirely. Hono- may Wag tho American dog, but Trottlne and Pacing to Harness; mile heats; best
lulu i'b a good baseball town when wo doubt it. At all ovonts if such three In five; free for all. TWO PAELORS,
tho players are good enough to a rnovo is attempted an interesting riFTH RACE-PUR- SE $100. DINING ROOM, This
got in and play, but the most en- sort of a political row may bo ex Running race; one mile dash; free for all. LIBRARY, Successful
thusiastic enthusiasts can't afford pected.
to pay their money for child's No good reason has thus far
SIXTH RACE-PU- $100.
POUR RED-ROOM- S,
Running race; one mile dash; for Hawaiian bred
been advanced why these islands horses. DRESSING ROOMS,
should not be given tho usual SEVENTH RACE-PU- $100. RATH, KITCHEN, is the Rubber
Already we hare had an illus territorial rule of the United Running race; mile dash; free for all,
tration of tho raluo of the Bed States. Under this scheme the EIGHTH RACE-PU- $100.
Cross movement in this city. Un- islands would be allowed non- Trotting and Pacing to Harness;
two in three; 3:30 class.
mile heats; best Only Tire
fortunately this is but tho outer voting representatives in Congress
edgo of tho dark cloud of war and in tho matter of local affairs NINTH RACE-PU- $100.
which the Bod Cross work is the people would bo left very Running race; one and mile dash; free
destined to meet. The boys who much to themselves. Tho gov-
Nearly an acre in area, taste-
fall by tho wayside on tho trip ernor would be appointed by the All entries are to be made with the Secretary before fully laid out and well plant- Helfl in Place toy Two Blectrically Welflea Wires
a o'clock, Friday. July 1, 1898- Entrance fees to be
out will bo very small in number President and tho legislaturo
compared with thoso wounded elected by a freo ballot of tho citi-
10 per cent of purse, unless otherwise specified. All
drivers and riders to appear In colors.
All races to be run or trotted under the rules of the
ed with ornamental and fruit
trees. 45000! Sets-Use- d
and invalided homo who will stop zens of Hawaii. People hore California Jockey Club and the National Trotting
hore on tho return of the trans must mako up their minds to a
ports. It is on tho return that froo ballot, tho exclusion of tho
All horses are expected to start unless withdrawn
by o o'clock a. m.. on July a, 1898.
riage Houso and Stables.
UNITED -:- -
tho sad stories will bo told, and Chinese, tho recognition of tho At least three to enter and two to start.
Apply to "Wo invito Inspection Goods on Exhibition
sad hearts will long for tho care Japanese under tho favored na
General Admission , 50 cents
and attontion which field hospitals tion clause and American na- Grand Stand (extra) 50 cents and $1 Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co.'s Factory
can never eive. Tho Rud Cross turalization laws, and doing away Carriages (Insldecouue) S1.S0 each
Gear, Lansing & Co.,
movement should receive every with tho contract labor system.
financial assistance possible as While Hawaii is no worse, it is at
Quarter Stretch tiadges $,oo
Wilson & Whitehcmse
tho greater part of its work haB the samo timo no bettor than any
Per Order Committee.
J. S' WALKER, 210 KI2STG ST. i Sole Licensees for Hawaiian Islands.
yet to como. territory within tho confines of Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club,
TO THE BUYING PUBLIO !-
Dry Goods assort stock. will make the announcement To of "We
opening before Removal. Don't buy any Dry Goods until you hear from us. We have a
r SURPRISE in store for you.
J. T. WATERHOUSE, feS a
,S&JnrtilLi '"iWr m i, ii.. .
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE 27, 1898.
LOCAL AND GENERAL, 1IOTJHK V
Mies Holon "Wilder occora- -
Appropriation lllll Siow Unci to
JDST WHAT YOU WANT !
Right "Prepared for the Fourth."
by Mt6s Johnson is in
A house, furnished, on Punch-
In tho House this morning a
communication was received from
tho Sonato giving a list of tho
"The Boys in Blue"
at Everybody will make a
bowl is for rout, npply to P. O.
Box 393 city.
"Cnbby" Brown wns in Port
items in Sonato Bills No. 1 and 5
not concurred in by tho Sonato. Your GRAND DISPLAY
land Oregon tbreo weeks npo and
was to loavo for tho onat during
On motion tho Houbo refused
to concur in the action of the
Sonato and tho bills wore reforrod
to tho following conferonco com-
Mill fir mi urn Door ! this year.
A deputation of Honolulu rapid mittees. Wo have the EL AGS and HUNTING.
transit men hold a conference Sonato Bll No. i, Curront Ac-coun- t
A series of six viows
American Flags from 7 feet to 30 feet.
with tho Exooutive thiB forenoon. Appropriation. Represent produced from Kvery summer many of our people
vHtnttho vurloim springs throughout Thousands of vards or Decorative Himtins
Good waist hnnds, shirt hands
and machinists aro wanted immo-diato-
atives A. G. M. Robertson, W. F.
Pogno, and W. O. Achi.
tho United SUitcs In Konruli lost Iienltli.
plates of the "Boys in Blue." Owing to tho honvy o.iprmoofIncurred by
at Sachs Dry GoodB storo Senate Bill No. C, Salaries and tlmo consumed In making thuso Jour Buy now!! Do not put it off!! .
Charlie, the younc son of Dr.
Herbert, has buon ill with
Pay Rolls. Representatives A.
V. G ar, A. T. Atkinson and P. R.
UrSOnly 10 cts. a sotjr
neys, innny nro compelled to ronmln nt
homo In conseiionco.
Tho assortment is complete.
Isenbarg. Got a sot at once everybody
but happily is reported
J. T. Wnterhouso aro raakinR
Couftideratiou of Sonato Bill
No. 22, Loan Fond Appropriation
will want them. Bartlett
extonsivo nltorations before mnv
ing into tholr new storo on Botbol
Recess till 2 o'clock.
Published and for sale bv After citrofut stndy nnd thorough In-
vestigation ns to tho most oflcctlve
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd
street. waters for tho nllmonts most common to
our pcoplo, wo (1ml that HAKTIjETT 520 Port Street, Honolulu.
Thp houRohold furnihiro of N. WALL, NICHOLS CO. SP1UNGS WATKIl Isby far suporior to
S. Snobs will be sold at auction all others. Many promlnont roHldontH
Thursday, at 10 a. m,, by Auc-
tioneer Morgan. Island ordors will receive
of Hawaii liavo visited tho springs nnd TKLKl'HONK 755.
nil ullko agree that It has no equal In
curative qualities. Opening Announcement.
I. O. Box 4.
U. 8. Minister Sewall visited prompt attention.
tho Monterey this morning at 10
o'clock and received the usual
Springs Palama Grocery Co.
California Horses 1
U. S. Consul Genoral Haywood Tho lending physicians of California
has been confined to bis bed four from England prcBcrlbo It, many It hulls- - , ,
dayB with an affootion of the Matched Teams,
throat. Dr. Murray is attending
ponslblo. For Htomach nnd Mdnoy
TflB COfflpany SlOIO IS MOW
the Transaction of Business.
Pamily, Hack and
him. testimonials of pcoplo who nro won nnd
Subscribers to shares of tho We have received Brush, fnvombly known.
Double and Single Frame and And wo shall bo pleased to wait Saddle Horse.
proposed Rapid Transit Company upon our old customers who so gene
Skeleton DOOR MATS.
are requested to moot at tho Cham-
ber of Commerce at 4 o'clock this
Water rously patronizeu mo iornior rnianm
Grocery. Now patrons will also bu
ofl'ered every Inducement to plnco
their orders with us. Orders by
tST Ordors tnkon for nil rhtwna r
S. N. Hundlov, head overseer Razors, Wo nro carrying In stock thU valu-iibl- o or through tho malls will re-
for tho Makoe Sucar Co., is in wntcr In quantities to suit nt tho ceive prompt attention. Don't for- btables: King St., oppo. Singer's Bator v
town. Ho says the crops are Pruning and BuddingKnives, following prices: get our motto was and always will bo V
tlnvt "A nimble six pence Is better
looking fino on Kauai, and the
people consequently happy.
Per Cnso of r0 Quarts
ror Caso of 50 Pints
l'or Doz Quarts
? !).r0 than u l:iy half crown.
Mrs. John F. Bas, wifo of the 1'or Doz Pints 1 .00 F. O. Box 422
correspondent for HarporsWeekly
camo down on tho Bolgio.
wont on to Hongkong and expects
Sho mm m l. HUL Open and Twisted
Link Trace Chains.
eery, Ltd., Opposite Railway De
pot, King street.
Honolulu, May 10, 180S.
to meet Mr. Bubs in Manila. Under Auspices
Hollister Drug Go.
Most of tho boys in blue had
their soa bath at Long Branob, RedOrossSociety Winsor & Newton's Colors, NOTARY
PUBLIC and TTPEWR1TEB
Tho Cottage on tho roruer of
Richards streets, oppo-tlt-
and Col. Sherwood has never beon
happier in Honolulu than when Tuesday, June 28: Color Boxes, Sole .A.gezits Ofllce: 208 Merchant
the Central Union Church, at presjnt
street, Camp- occupied by tho Hotel. Possession
"Yellowstone National Park." Artists' Canvas, bell Block, rear of J. O. Carters ofllce. given on the 1st of June. Apply U
entertaining them. Ho was a
Academy Board, For tliejUawallan Islands. P. O. Box IB I. 000-t- f DR. JNO. 8. McGREW.
boy in bluo himsolf in the dark Wednesday, June 29:
sixties. "into morocco." Palettes,
Friday, July 1: Vouga's Studies.
Very neat invitations are out to
tho First Annual Sun Danco to be
"Grecian Journeys." i
hold by tho Hawaiian Tribe, No. Each lecture Magnificently Illus-
1, of tho Improved Ordor of Bod
Men, in honor of tho golden jubi
lee of tho order. Tho entertain-
trated in Color, and accompanied by
a series of Chronomatograph Motion
E. W. JORDAN
ment and installation of officers
will occur in Waverloy hall tho
tSTReserved pictures at Wall,
Nichols Co.'s: For series, $2. 50 ;
Fort Stroet. No. lO Fort Street.
evening of July 1. Tho invita- single lecture $1 and 75c. 9493t
tion, in tho form of an Indian
topoe, was printed by tho Bul-
letin job office.
At Bishop Momorial ohapol last
night Rev. T. D. Garvin proaobod
O. R. & L. Co.
l, - "Mt '1" ' '
tho baccalaureate sermon to the largo assortment of
graduating class of Kamehamoha . . . . Center Rugs, Art Squares, llovorsibles,
sohool. Thero was a largo atten- TRAINS. . . . . Sofa Hugs, Pancy and Pihro Door Mats,
dance from tho school and many Is extended to the public to attend
people from town. A GAME,
BASE-BAL- L O Hull and Stair Carpets, Hassocks, etc. c!!e" ,
m Monday, June 27, 3530, on Campos. . . . ..lapaneso Hugs and Straw Mats, i
oihWi - -
The Soldier' Mall.
Military Inspection Drill and Con-
STATIONS. a s
. . . . Ploor Linoleum, Oil Cloth, ,,., J.,' 7ft oi ;"
At the Foreign Oftico tho lottors cert, June 28, 4:30, on Campos.
of boys in bluo, in tho Socond ex-
(Outward). If Hall Linoleum and Bath Mats. St i - kai ' i'-- :
Graduation Exercises on Thurs-
pedition for Manila, numborod day Evening, 8 o'clock, in Gym-
5200 letters. Papors aro not yet nasium.
counted but tho piles Btampod look Honolulu ..
Pearl City.. 8io7
,' .!' h I' !" i
a good 2000. Thero are also many
Txioknaes. soma that rattlo like
Mavcolla, Toilot and Honeycomb, '
table cutlory. Fully a third of the
letters bore United States 2 cent
stamps, a very few 5 cent ones
t (for Double Bed, Three-quart-
Ohcapost to Best.
andSii igio), ' "
put on before the men know the TABLE DAMASK AND NAPIONS, '
Hawaiian Uovornmont was paying "CLEAN SALE ! (Inward). DP" n ' t Kj.' f '
n A splendid Assortment in all qualities, I'1
their Dostaco in special 1'oroicn
Office stamps, and evidontly undor
3 9 widths and sizes.
tho impression that American A.M. A.M. P M. P.M.
postogo was good enough lor a OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF WiUlua .., 6SI 13
country that is expecting daily to EwaMlll...
7 I All
10:50 4!3 1I4S
como undor tho American flag.
Gents . . Pearl City.
61 jo 81 40 la : 15
Smith, Gon'l Pans. A 'ricket
Thoro was a groat row between
n'drunken native and hiB wifo this
O. P. Itn.si'soN, Suporlntendont. .Turkish in Linen and Cotton.
.Turkish Bath Blankets,
.Damask and Huckaback,
morning on Miller street near Ki-na- u. Tho entlro utoek will bo sold regnnlloss
Had it not boon for tho intor of cost to close them out UUKOItK RE-
. fringed and hemstitohed.
feronce of neighbors tho woman
. All especially good value.
. ;. ,1 KJ k
would have beon soriously injured. Tho Mooting of tho Pro-
Whon soparated the man was sit-
ting on tho prostrate form of his
wifo boating herfaoo with his fists
and bumping her head, on tho
ground. When a crowd collected
No. 11 Hotel Street
TRANSIT CO., called for
this aftornoon, at 1 o'clock,
nt tho CJhamber of
the man ran away and tho wifo Furnished House for Rent has beoiy postponed , A big choico
in Nottingham Laca.
m started out to
look for a police- - until further notice Also Croton by tho yard.
man. On Punchbowl, Finest Vlow In tho
city. Two completely furn-
Btory-hous- BY ORDER COMMITTEE.
necelretl per Moans, ished for hmiKokooplng, $.'50 imr month,
to ront until Hoptomlwr 1, 1808. Apply
Cherries, Rhubarb, Asparagus, by lottor "X" P. O. Box 303. City.
" Como early and got first choico at
NavolsOrango,Colery, Cauliflower, lH0-- 3t Consolidated Sofli later Co., LI
Frosh Salmon, Crabs, Frozon
Oysters (tin and shell), Apples,
Grapes, Figs, Lomons, Burbank
Wanted. Esplitnade, E. W. JORDAN'S, v
Potatoes, Puro Olivo Oil, Dry Corner Allen & Fort St., Honolulu.
Itfo. lO JFort Street.
Fruit, Now Crop of Nuts, Raisins,
Immodlatoly, Clood Wulstlmnds, Skirt-hand- i
and MiichtnlHts. Apply Mr. K. II.
.cavo nt Kaclm Dry Goods Co. 019-t- f
& CO., . ; i
(1 ,J .THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE 27, 1898
WITH niiUUI.AUH. They keft Honvenlrt.
-- THE- BV ATJTflOKlTY. whoso favor ho desires tho warrant to V, H.
Home Decorating I
I hi drawn.
Many littlo children were mode
OUlrrri Till of Ferllng In Hume Siouth-er- il
LIFE CONTHACT AM) THNDKHS. NfCtlonl. happy by receiving souvenir cards
Copies of alt Contracts, Agreomonls, with tho names and addresses of
CANADA. Auditing Department Regula-lation- Onpt. E. E. Hnlcb, Co. E, 18th
OP -:- - s,
nnd Accoptod Tenders for Material or boys in blue, also with tho wood
United States Infantry passed en plattors used at tho feast with
Labor, together w Kli a copy of tho Gold Paint:
Summary of the Annual Report for 1897. No. calling for such contract or through with his regiment on tho the samo penciled thoroon in an
p. New Ufo Applications re-
tender, must bo tiled with tho Auditor Colon. At the outbreak of tho
General at tlio time of nccoplauco. war, Cnpt. Hatch was detailed for
tograph. Tho cards from Pennsyl-
vania are quito hnmUomo, having "Which is n substitutes for gold
ceived during 1807.... ?lfl,202,754 92 Tho uboo regulations governing bills recruiting duty and for sovoral tho stars and btripes and a picturo leaf, and will LAST.- -
Increase ovor 18!W 6,182,402 73
Uiislilucoinoforjcarrnd- - PERMANENT SlTrTLKMENTS AND for material, suppllos, nnd Incidentals, weoke was of tho Maine.
Doi-.- , 2,2:18,894 74 travoling through
Imc IIIhI 1SU7.... SALARIES. will apply to bills on account, or In full,
Incro iso (nor 1890 352,030 74
of contracts nnd agreements. Louisiana. Speaking of tho war
Assets nt 31t Doconilwr,
18J7 7,322,371 41
Under tho provisions of tho now Audit sentiment in tho South, ho said
Law all persons and ollleors of tho flnv TUANSCmiT OF TUIIASUIIY CASH "The old civil war fooling seems
What the Doctor Orilereil. Enamel:
Incronso ovor 1890 934.22G 78 was in poor health and tho
noorvo for Socurlty of ornniont specifically iiaincd In tlio HOOK.
absolutely wipod out. All through proscriptions I tried did n6t bono
Policyholders 0,850,702 98 "Salaries and Pay Itolls Appropriations" Tho Registrar of Public Accounts shall tho country districts tho poo pin fit mo. At lait tho doctor began For imparting a hard and glassy
m (According to Itm. Four bill, and all other permanent omplojees transmit to tho Auditor rjoncral dally a were intensely enthusiastic. I had surfaco to any material.
to give mo Hood's Sarsnpanlla
por cont. Table ) of tlio (lovorntnont recolvlng regular transcript of his cash transactions of tho no troublo in obtaining the quota
Inciciiso oxer 1890 924,552 50 and it proved to bo the best of all
monthly salaries, will lo paid frniu tlio day previous as recordod In tho Treasu- nf mon needpd to bring the regi modicinoB for mo, and I can spoak
Surplus oor nil Ltablll- -
Audit Ollleo after July first, 1893, by Enamel:
ties, except Capital... 314,220 13 ry Cash Hook, in such form as shall bo rnent up to tho war footing. of it only in tho highest terms Bath-tu- b
(Accord. iig to Hi". Four warrant on tlio Treasury. ngrood iiou Iictwcou tho Minister of When wo got in New Orleans the and doom it a duty to recommend
por cant. Tabic.) To Insure tlio completeness and Finance and tho Auditor General. place was ablaze with the stars
Surplus oor nil Llablll- - it." Charles S. Powell, 429 Iowa
w, lies nml Capital Stock 98 promptness of tho issuance, of each
month's salary warrants by tho Auditor PUIILIO ACCOUNTANTS.
nnd stripes. Thoro was absolute- Street, San Antonio, Texas. For porcelain finish on tubs,
llowor pots. etc. Not afTected
(A sir is to Canadian ly nothing to indicate that tho Hood's Pills aro tho only pills by cold or hot water.
(lov't Standard, llin. V,i (ioncixl, complete iay-rol-
ls or lists of Sworn returns of collections of roouue peoplo of the South hud ever fol- to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
employees, containing namo, ollkinl or othor moneys, will bo rcmilrod to bo lowed any other flag. Curo all liver ills.
uriHw oor all Llablll- - tlfld or position, and amount of monthly made monthly to the Auditor Gonoral as
tl.,. ocopt Capital....
ling to Canaillnn
088,272 00 "One thinu however tho south
pay of each employoo, will bo required heretofore; by Public Accountants In ern peoplocau't look with favoron,
unil.iril, 4K por to 1)0 deposited with tho Auditor (loner-a- l Honolulu, not later than tho tenth, nnd that is tlionearo regiments. (Juite
For furniture, baskets, etc.
C I'.ild During 1897 403,074 .37 by tlio Heads of the sovoral Dopirt-nient- by Public Accountants out of Honolulu, a little
as miihi as practicable bofmo tho not lator than tho fourteenth day nftor against those unn and ollicfrs uau
list day of each month, such s
the expiration of each month.
feeling was displayed
to be on the lookout for impromp
We Have It! ttaTFtill directions for use. Try them.
bishop & Co, Bankers,
or lists, bearing the nproval nf the Head tu Bcnminagos whon the men hud
KITKCT OF 11KOULATIONS.
Agents. I. uf the Department employing such pr- -
liberty. I heard of one man who
These regulations go Into oll'ect and started out in Louisiana to form a
Lewers & Cooke.
HONOLULU, H. Uon the locolpt of such pay-rol- lsor havo tho forco of law at tho samp tlmo uenro reoimont. Thoro were
lMs, the Auditor (lenoial will Issue with tho now Audit Liw, 1. o. on and plenty of negroes teady to onlist,
J. ... PORTEOU3, warrants In favor of tlio em- after July 1, 1898. but the sentiment amouc the
!)20-l- m Inspector. ployees named tlicroln, and said war- H. LAWS, white population wis so strong tlAtURCb AND BOTTLED IN BOND Importers and Dealers in
rants w Ill.bo forwardod to the paycos by Auditor Gonoral. against tho movement that tho We &i& strangle
tho bc.t practicable motliod. Approved; schemo was dropped."
L MIffllATCO. PAY ROLLS.
SANFOIH) I!. DOL13,
Cant. Hatch considers that the
regulars with tho Manila expedi-
Fur niecb.inles and laborers, and IIKNltY H. COOPim, tion will bo cnpablo of standing a (rUMmimxtzuiff
.03 KING STEEET. other toiiiiKirarlly omployod, Pay-Hol- ls
Minister of Foreign Affairs. good deal of "jjn'of" in the way me;;Pffacxfck e-cr-
will lio reiiulred, soclally certified to by S. M. DAMON, of hot weather, tho Eighteenth HONOLULU. DISTRIBUTORS
Valleb - - Mahaoeh. tho olllcor directly Incurring tlio ex- haviug been stationed in southorn
Minixter of Fluanco.
panse, that tho sorvlcos chargod for IIKNltY H. COOPIJII, Texas for some four or moro
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL havo boon faithfully porformdd; upon Minister of tho Interior nil years. The Old Government
tho approval of such pay-ro- ll by tho interim. Ulllcors ot tho regular army an
Auditor Gonoral, he will Issuo a warrant ticitmted that in event of tho
BUTCHERS In favor of a disbursing olllcor duly au-
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Attornoy General. United States annexing Hawaii Whiskey. Steel ana Iron Ranges,
AND dio tcd by tho Hoad of tho Department Honolulu, Juno 21st, 1893. 019-4- and holding tuo riiuippipes, a
employing such labor; such disbursing reeiinont of regulars will be STOVES, AGATEWARE.
olllcor will rocolpt temporarily for such MONDAY, JULY 1th, 1893, being stationed here and tuo Jflmip-oiu- Bottled Under Supervision
warrant, draw tlio monoy from tlio a National Holiday, all Government will bo handled in much DIMOND BLOCK.
Treasury, and Immodlatoly pay tlio olllces throughout tins Republic will the same stylo as British India. 121 .t 123 King Street.
samo to tho laborers or omployoos en closu on that day. Not a few of tho ronular army OE THE
titled thereto, taking tholr Indivblual HENRY E. COOPER, officers roraarked of Honolulu
recolptstliorofor, mid as soon as practic "This would not bo a bad place
Minister of the Interior,
able thoroaftor, return tlio rocolptod
to bo stationed." &
Fresh Salmon pay-ro- ll to tho Auditor Oonoral, recolv-
lng In return thorofor his temporary ro Interior Olliee, Juno 23, 1&98. During tho summer of 1891, Mr.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND. colpt, and bolng thus discharged from Chas. P. Johnson, a well known STOCK, BOND
furtlior liability. attorney of Louisville, Ky., had a
Tho law specially prohibits tho Audi "Water Notice. very sevoro attack of Bummer POR SALE BY
HeWopoIifen Ne&fc do. tor (ioneral from holding nt one time complaint. Quite a number of
moro than ono such tomporary rocolpt In accordance with Section 1 of different remedies woro tried, but
from the samo disbursing olllcor for Chapter XXVI of tho Laws of 18S6:
under undor tlio same Horn of
failed to afford any relief.
All persons holding water privileges friend who knew what was ncedd
A W. C. PEACOCK & CO. Money Brokers
Telephone 45. pay-iol- ls
or tlioso paying water rates, aro here- procured him a bottle of Chamber
appropriation. Stocks and Bonds Boughtand
by notified that tho wutor rates for Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diar Solo Agoilts.
w Fine Tailoring ! HILLS.
the term oiidlng December 31, 1898, rhoea lwrnedy, which quickly
Sold on Commission.
I liuvo a new cutter of great skill It will bo tlio aim of tlio Auditing will bo duo and pa, able at tho ofllce cured him and ho thinks, saved Tel. 4G.
aiil i c perlence, ami can guarantee Merchant Street.
ii ins m very iuw
to uiaku monthly satlloiuont
.nlflniM nrn kimt 111 HtoCK. ill by warrant for all valid claims against
of tho Honolulu Waterworks, on the
1st day of July, 1803.
his life. Ho says that there uas
not boon a day sinco that timo
eluding a beautiful blue sergo for tho Govonunont; In ordor that this may All such rates remaining unpaid for that ho has not had this remedy HONOLULU
summer wear. 1k dono, bills for matorlal, suppllos, and
Incidentals will to roach tho
15 days after they uro due will bo sub-
ject to an additional 10 per cent.
in bis household. Ho speaks of Real Estate
New Goods ! it in tho highest pruiBO and takes
FiiH'stand freshest Dry Goods con- Auditing Dopartmcut as soon as practic- All privileges upon which rates re- much pleasuro in recommondiug Carriage Manufactory AND
stantly in Htook. Have Just received able aflor tho closo of each month, main unpaid August 15, 1898, (30 days it whenever an opportunity is 613 to 621 Fort Btreot.
tti.o farms Cloth. Pongee Silk, em- through tho Dcpirtmont or Ihireau In-
broidered Silk Handkerchiefs, Mat-tl.- curring tho oxponso; said ollls to bo
after becoming delinquent) are liable offered. For by all dealers. Insurance Agents
, ' est of White and Colored
made out on uniform bill heads which
to Huspcnslcn without further notice.
Rates are payublu at thoouieeof the
Benson, Smith Co., General
Garrmg Builder Rents collected. Complete charge
will bo furnished by tlio soveral Dopart-mout- s, Water.Works in tho Kapuaiwa Build-
Fancy Things to contain Horns of ono month ing. ANDREW BROWN, A New Departure.
AND BKFAntBB. of Property for absentees.
BSTFiimnclal Agents In any capa-
'in.,. itwt Hnolln hr.Miirht
only (except In tho case of quarWly, Branchas, city, as Trustees, Assignee,, Adminis-
Bainboi) Chairs and Lounges, Cam- Sup't. Honolulu Water Works. Wo are very anxious to show SkcbdithinginAll Its
or annual routs, subsidies trators or Executors.
phor Trunks with alarm bell locks,
Honolulu, II. I., Juno 20, 1803. the public what a bo operative
etc., also New Crop Tea. and tho llko), and must specify tho fol-
My prices In all lines meet the lowing particulars, viz.:
043 lOt storo can do in tho way of supply
ing tho table with fresh imported
W. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor. Agenoy of
fiercest competition. to G. West)
groceries. So please don't forpet
GOO XI M,
MARGINAL DATKL, showing date of
actual supply of goods.
that the Pulatna
Grocery Oo.'b store is now open
Meruliaiit Tailor and General Dealer,
a'l" Nuuanu, near Hotel street. QUANTITIES SUFl'LIEI), 1. c. mint-bo- r for businoss. First shipment of The Club Stables
of lbs., tons, do..aetc. goods arrived per Mariposa from
RATT.S CHARGED, so that numeric- tho coast. Among the many good Limited. 210 KING STREET,
Beaver - Lunch
al calculations can bo voriflod. things she brought are fresh fro-
zen oysters, delicious smoked
O. Bulltna, : Managor.
HONOLULU, H. I.
L s?fr t
halibut, plato corn beef, G lb kits ...... ...
FORT STREET, I,,
If material or labor Is furnished In
with contract or tender, the salt mackerel, smoked beef hams,
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor. saino Is to bo stated In tho bill.
1 lb blocks creamery butter, and
many other choico articles. This
Telephone 477 Monuments and Headstones,
Said bills uNo to bo specially coi llllod Dandruirwiil not euro itsolf. To etoro has always enjoyed the Livery, Boarding & Sale Stables
to by tho olllcor of tlio Qovorumont bo froo of it you must treat your The undorslgnod is proparod to do
ha I r a ml scalp with some ro mody reputation for low prices, but now
directly Incurring tho oxponso, that tlio
iid tiest Lunch in Town material, supplies, and Incidentals havo
undor tho co operative plan wo Prompt Service. Stylish Turnouts. CEMETERY WORK OF ALL KINDS,
and supply MONUMENTS and HEAD-
aro better hblo than ever to com-
been lecolved In good ordor and condi- Our Dandruff Killer pete with even our celestial com-
STONES of which ho has a great va-rlo- ty
Tea and Coffees
AT ALL nOOHS.
It will bo tho duly of tho sowtr.il prepared and sold only by us is petitors. No harm in giving us a
trial. Telephone 755 till now is-
AVo ro especially oqnlpnod to cntor to
your tnulo. l'ttlr dealing unci good nor-vlc- o
is what wo dopoml upon to got it.
of tho Latest and Most Artistic
Designs, and will also supply Stono Cop-
THE FINE8T BRANDB OF
Heads of tlio Dopnrtmonts and IUtrcaus
to prosont not la lor than the tenth of
! Warranted to Ouro sue of book. Goods delivered to
all parts of city and suburbs.
We havo for salo Family Carrlago and
Driving Horsos, slnglo or doublo tennis.
ing soparatoly for surrounding como-to-
onch month for expenditures on tho Isl- Palama Co orciiATiVE Grocery Thoy aro In good condition and will bo jQy Extlmatos given in Marble,
and of Oahu, and not later than tho
Paoheoo & Fernandes, sold on favorablo torms.
Cigars and Tobacco flfteonth of each month foroxpondlluros Arlington Block, Hotel Street. ' Co., Ltd.
Old stand, opposito Railway
Dr. Kmvnt is always In attondanco at
Hawaiian Stone, etc,
000 tf FRED. HARRISON.
ALWAYS OK HAND. on tho other Islands, to tho Auditor Depot, King street.
Gonoral a summarized statomont of nil
bills of tho piovlous month fulfilling tho
J.E,.Shaw,D.V.S. "There Are Other Pelililea."
Cmb Stables Hack Stand LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
nboo conditions, togothor with tlio, But do not fora moment think Cor. Union A ITotol Sts.
bills, In budgets or summnrioR, undor that the Anahor Saloon is just (Old lloll Towor).
A FAMILY HOTEL. By last steamer from tho Coast.
tho titles of tho sovoral appropriations lo like them. Liquid refreshments, CAUEFULL AND WKLL INFOHMKD
which thoy uro chargeable; onch budget to be refreshing, rcuiro a certain DIUVKRS.
777771 FIIIST-OLAS- CAK1UAUES.
Per Day 8 2.00
to contain bills of ono month only, and dash of skill and experience in the HACKS AT ALL IIOU1LS. THE REGULAR THING
Spaclal Moiltlily BatM t
to boar the nppproud of the Head of the mixing. Carlylo Vnd Androws Orders forSurroysVugonottoH, SInglo
The Boat ot Attendance, the BeBt Sitae-tic- Department incurring tho oxponso. The
make a great success in this de- or Doublo Teams nt a inomont's notice.
sud the Finest Meals in this Citj partment and stand rady to satis- Hack Nos. 1!5, 183, 100, 70, 77. At my store, where the
Auditor Goiioral, on rocolpt of such
rw budgets will proceed to check tho iJ fy patrons in tho matter of Seattlo O. BKLLINAI Mgr.
A. JAS. F. MORGAN, '
therein, and whon approved
I Mi . AIJII boer on draught, as wpll as all tho BEST CUSTOM WORK
) iCCiriUNBltK AND 8TOCK BROKKI
will Issuo warrants In paymont of tho best brands ot whiskyl viz: John DR. P. E. CLARK,
samo; warrants will In ovory case bo Dowar's Scotch, O. P. S,, etc, and Is done repairing and new work
both. Pins, rings, bracelets, watch-
No. 45 Queen Street. drawn In favor of tho person to whom Office and Infirmary,
tlio (iovernment Is dlroctly iudebtod,
- 863 King St. from a full lino of other liquors
and winos cannot fail to fill even DENTIST. making, etc
' pxpert Appraisement of ReuJ unloss such poison indlcnfos by endorse- TELEPHONE 700. the most exacting and varied 131-- 1'iogross lllook, cornor llerotanhi
jEatuie and Funaituro. ment im his bill Homo oilier jiorson In tST Modern nnd Humane Troatmont. demand. anil Knrt Utroets, Honolulu. H. G. BIART, - 404i Fort St.
I K V
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JUNE 27, 1BH8.
Frf?.- - - ..
W. G. Irwin & Go. Just Like Gold Coin.
KAMEIIAMISIIA CLOSINO. A "While" lll.ler.
A "Whito" rider ou a "White"
Commenrement Kirrrlava Will Occupy bicyolo, with a
Limited. ThU Wtpk. Suoh is tho standing of Tom
There will bo u baseball game Cooper, ono of tho fastest and bo-- t
For more than fifty years this aftornoon at Kamohanu'lia known National Circuit ohnser.
Agents for Cnmpns nt3:30 between the ScLool Watch what ho does nn tlin WliitH
has PERRY DAVIS' PAIN this yonr. Pacific Cycle and Ma-
Western Sngur ltofinery Co. of San team and a team wado up from tho
Francisco. KILLER stood the test nufacturing Co., ageutB.
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phlln- - against all remedies nrcnarcd Alumni. Tho latter toam will ba?o
(Ulphlu, 1'enn.. U. B. A. Mahuka and Bakor for a battory
Newell Unlvoraal Mill Co. (National to eradicate pain, and today
Cano Shredder), New York, U. S. A. stands at the head of the list and will bo mado up of Mahuka, BASEBALL
N.Oblandt & Go's Chemical Fertilizers.
Alex Gross & Bonn, high grade fortU- -
izers for Cane and Cofloe.
Seeds Steam Pipe Covoring
among the medicines that are
so essential to kcop at hand in
ivoKi, rauau anil others of the old
Kamehaineha toam which olaved
such good ball in provious lOHjjue
games. Thoy havo been practis-
At ...... STEEL PLOWS.
Also It is not a now fanerlo romedv ing and will pivo the nchuol team Association Grounds!
nor do the proprietors lay a hard rub. Tho public aro in
Offer for Sale claim to any wonderful revela vited. SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
Parnfflno Faint Oo's P & B Paints and
Following tho enmo thoro will 3:30 O'CLOCK.
tion of the ingredients that en- -
Papers; Lucol and Linseed oils, raw
Indarine. (a cold water paint) in white
tor into tfao manufacture of
th s ever popular remedy.
bo a rounion of tho members of
tho Class of '95 and at 8 p. m. tho
annual dinnor of tho graduates Honolulu vs. 1st. Regt.
and colors. will take placo in the dining hall.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
It is p rfectly harmless, you Tomorrow at 1:30 there will 008-- in 3
Tll following lines ucro gotten up especially for tlio Maud
trade, and a
uiuiuu louuiro nil which wc lunu tctlmoiil.ils is their Good Scouring iukIUIu
need have no fear of becoming
bo a band concert, military nnd light draught.
habitually inclined to its use. drill and inspection and flag pre-
For Colic, Cramps, Dysen- Mulos For Sale.
tery, Colds, and all painful
sentation. President Dole, Min
istor uooper, Uolouel 1' isher and
affections, a few doses will cer- stBff, Colonel laukea and Marshal Slos 0, 8 nnd 10 Inches.
A choice lot of Missouri and Califor-
Brown will bo present. For tho nia Mules
tainly give relief. You cannot
afford to bo without a bottle
accommodation of tho public, cars
will leave Fort Btreot in time for
TjHCES IMCOIr-JFLOjEii:- ,
LIFK and IRE in the house. the roviow. Just Sizes 12 and Inches.
Your forefathers used it On Thursday evening at 8 p. m.
and found it beneficial. the graduating exercises of tho Now for sale nt low terms. En Wo carry also n compluto lino of oxtmsfor tho nboe.
clasB of '98 will take placo in tho qulro of
Why experiment with some gymnabium tho program of which Wo can furnish you also v ith ROAD SCRAPERS, UPRIGHT DIU.LU?,
AGENTS remedy that is new and its effect will appear later. 905-- Club Stables.
on the system unknown? And In tho Housohold Dopartmont n now lot, Just received, of
New England Mutual Life In-
It has many rivals but no WAS VEItY noCKY. Dividend Notice. t
surance Co. of Boston. equal. OOOOANUT DOOR DLA-TO- ,
The now 35c. size con- Ilmelmll (Initio of Saturday Wm Wone
jEtna Fire Insurance Company f A Dlvldond will bo dllo nnd pnynblo And nliothor car load of
tains over double the quantity Than None At All. to tho Stockhtodors of tlio Hawaiian Ku-m- ir
of Hartford. of the 25c. size. The worst game of ball ever Co., Co., lit tlio olllco 28, W. G. Transfer
Ltd., on Juno
played before an audience took books closo Juno 25th.
Garland Stoves and Ranges.
Wm. G. Irwin & Go. placo Saturday. Tho Regiments 943 Ct W. h HOPPER,
(limit kd). Hollister -:- - Drug
won from Honolulus by a score
of 21 to 9. It lasted only seven
Wm. Q. Irwin, - President and Manager
Olaus BpreokolB, - - - nt Company, innings, and was very uninterest-
W. M. Giffard, - Secretory and Treasurer Sole Agents for the Islands. ing becauso of its ono sidednoss. Received by the " W. II.
Theo. 0. Porter, - - - Auditor
Tho Honolulus played like a lot Diamond," tho latest in
Sugar Factors A GOOD THING
of woodon men. Cunha played
behind the but for tho Regiments
4--- U S--- C
Ohia, Algeroba and Pine Firewood son of
with Wilder on second and Moore
guarding first. Dayton and Glea
the Honolulus aro dis
Out and Split (ready for the Stove). gusted and will probably not play -
AGENTS OF TUB Also,
-- : AND :-
with the team again.
Planelettes JUST RECEIVED
OOBANIO STEAMSHIP COMPANY STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL Tho score by innings was as
OF BAN FBANOIBOQ. OAL. ,
WHITE AND BLACK SAND ionows:
Prices, delivered to any port ol
& COMPANY, LIMITED,
Eogiment. ..50320 11 Ox x-- 21
0. BREWER TE1BPHONB i i 41
Honolulu... 00 12 0 2 x x 9 X.pL a
Queen street, Honolulu, H.l. A Fine Lino of CHILDREN'S
HUSTACE & CO., nOTU AND W1LUKII.
AGENTS FOR 31 Queen Street.
They are the TennU Champion, for Lace Capes and Bonnets. The City Furniture Store
8or Company, Wathe
Pket,. Cha. Brewer ft
Suwr Company, Maket
Agent Phllidelphla Board of Underwrite.
. Line of) Boston
FeMizmo this Year.
Willie Both and Wilder Wight
won the tennis doubles at the F, Also a new supply of Another lot of those
Is prepared to furnish
T. O. on Saturday aftornoon after
list o? omoEnat some very hard battles. They had
P 0 Jones, President; George H Robertson,
Manager; E F Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary i Col. W F Allen, Auditor; 0 M Cooke,
Nltrato ot Soda, Bono Meal, raw or
dlssolved;Florida and Lady Elliot Island
E. R. Adams and Harry Water- Fancy Prints, Artistic Reed Chairs,
Q Waterhouse, A W Carter, Directors. Guano, Sulphate ot Ammonia, Murlato houso to beat and did it nftor a Which wo will codtinue to sell at 5
and Sulphate ot Potash and Knlnlto, Co- most stubbornly contested game. centa pur yard.
Rockers, Tables, Etc.,
ral 1.1 mo Stone and Manures. In quanti- The boys were too swift for tho
Building Lots! ties to suit. soniors and tired thorn winning
tho tlireo sets out of five by a
A. F. COOKE, Manager, score of G 0, 12-1- 0, 8 6. At tho
Just rocelvedln time forthoHolldays at the CITY FURNITURE 8TORR,
Love Balldlnir. 634 and 53S Fort Htreot.
Call and inspect tuem before it Is too late.
At WATKIK1 on ear lino and pn
ROAD near fertilizing
Plant David Dayton,
conclusion of tho gamo tho win
ners wero decorated with leis by
their admiring friends. A faro-w- ell
King Street, Von Holt Block.
Office 846 i :
TELEPHONES : :
H. U. AVILLIiVMS, Manager.
These LoU are Very Cheap and Sold dinnor is to be given tonight
on Easy Terms. Real Estate Broker. in their honor week. Tho mixed
tho Coast this
as they dopart for
Desirable Aero Tracts near the city and
other Properties for sale.
209 Merchant Street. doubles begin this aftornoon at
Beretauia and Pacific courts tho
The Boys in Blue Honolulu Undertaking Co.
BRUCE, WARING & CO., FOB SALE. finals will bo played on Wednes-
Dealers in Lots and Lands, 12 Chinese Granite Hitching Posts; JJ
312 Fort Street, near King, each. day. A coniploto collection of riiotogrnplis
TMrnowH607. P.O.Box82L 1 Surrey in fine order; price $200. ' to bo soon at DAVKY'S STUDIO. Also,
Uouse and Lot 75x165 It., on No. 71
Young street; parlor, 3 bedrooms, kitchen
Chamberlain's Pain Balm has tho only tho
pictures taken of tho presenta-
Stars and Stripes to tho U.
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D, : : : Maier.
W. C. ACHI & CO., dining-roo- eio. no equal as a household liniment. S. S. "Charleston." Portraits of (lie
It is the best remedy known for highest finality, and tho most coniploto The Only Fully Equipped, Completo and EXCLUSIVELY
Brokers & Dealers F. H. REDWARD,
rheumatism, lamo liaok neuralgia; artistic collection of Island Viows upon UNDERTAKING Establishment on tho Islands. Every-
while for sprains, outs, bruises, Iridium, riatlnum or Silver Papors.
burns, scalds and sore throat, it is thing New and' of tho LateBt and Most Improved Styles.
Contractor and Builder. chants, Fornandina, Fla., writo: Wertz & Pike, mer- Davey Photographic Co., Ltd.,
REAL ESTATE OlQces and Stores fitted up and "Evoryono who buys a bottlo of
Estimates Riven on Comor Fort and Hotel Streots.
to. J.M1 Tin, of HaII TIabI Estate In Chamberlain's Remedies, comes A Speoialty ! No Bungling ! No Failnres !
ill parts ot the group. Properties on Beason- - back and say it is the best medi-oi- no
&: We'wffl ALL KINDS OF WORK. he hns ever used." 50 cents
able Commissions t
bottle by all doalers. Benson, NOTE: Mr. Ed. Williamb is a Graduato of Clark's School of
mith Co., Gonoral Agents. Perfect Embalming by which process the body retains its natura1
West King Street
OFFICE, 10 tW omce and Shop: No. 019 Fort street,
adjoining W. W. Wright's Carriage Shop. nupoaranoe for years.
I H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd Real Estate Transactions. This over popular Ranier beer
Seattle Beer. Near Honolulu.
is boooming a household word Short Distance from tho Rail-
Ifir Office and Parlors: 514 and 516 Fort St., near Hotel,
Telephone 179. Residence and Night Telephone 815
COMMISSION AGENTS. Subscribers are furnished with from Gve and "will you havo a glass of
0BHQU.L to six lists per week, giving an aoouratc road Stations.
record of all deeds, mortgages, leases, re- Seattle" is moro often hoard than
leases, powers et attorney, etc, etc, whloh anything else. Tho Criterion Honolulu Messenger Service
are placed on record. Saloon have the boor on tap or in Magnificent Facilities for
Oor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu. bottles.
Subscription Price, $2.00 per Month. Obtaining Labor. CORNER KING AND ALAKTCA. STS.,
. M. PHILLIPS & CO., HONOLULU, H. I.
Singors lead tho world. Over
A. V. GEAR, 13,000,000 made and sold. High- Term Leaseholds from to 40
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers ot
210 King St, Honolulu.
est awards at tho World's Colum- years can bo obtained In tracts of any
bian Exposition for excellence of number of acres desired, on the most
s and Pacta DELIVERED TO ALL
PARTS OF THE CITY
and American Dry Goods
European The Elite Ice Cream Parlors construction, regularity of motion, favorable conditions.
108 HOTK& STREETS, ease of motion, great speed, PROMPT SERYIOE AND
Fort and Queen Streets. durability, ease of Tho sneclal attention is called of REASONABLE CHARGES m
learning and convenience of ar- thoso with small capital wishing to
ALLEN & ROBINSON. Cakes and Candies,
rangement. B.,Borgorsen, ngont, go into this very provable Industry. Office Open Until IE O'clock P. M. tklhtuone 378
10 Bethel street.
Pine Ice Omm.
For particulars, apply to D. G-- . CAMARINOS, - Manager.
Dealers In Lumber and Coal
and Building Materials o! nil
Orders solicited special
menu or dinner cards, done in Soar, Lansing & Co.,
Qaeen Stroot, Honolulu.
Our Establishment is the Finest Resort
In the City. Call and boo us. Open till 11
o'clock r. m,
water colors of oils, King Bros.,
Hotel street. 210 KINO STREET. Bulletin, 75c, Per Month
ft . irfWK.".
W& &&'' '.'&... v '&' &'' && fr&tf&AX
H. I., JUNE
e THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, 27, 1898.
I.IMUOKAI, INI IllCTtlHM.Na.
ITEMS FROM HARBOR FRONT INCOME TAX BILL ON DECK.
p We Impure Blood
Rhoumatlsm, tCldnoy Troublos and Coast Sailing Yessels Arrive With
Sick Hoadacho tho Results Doc-
Continued from First Puge.
the chair in tho House, it stood as
anil Iter Itetlnue
Ex Quoon Liliuokalnni is ex-
pected homo by tho Alameda on
i tored for Yoars Without Rollof. ber and Merchandise. being regular.
" My blood waa out of ordor, ond I bo-g- Senator Brown hold that tho July 20. Hor Inst letter showed
taking Hood's SarsaparlUa. It has bill should have recoived eight hor still at Washington. No
purified my blood and relieved mo of Schooner Labrador Safe -S- hip J, C. Glade votes on third reading in the doubt eho will be sccompanied on
rheumatism, kldnoy trouble and tick
Sails Walalcale Repairing Hard Work- House. If it had not received the homeward trip by Mr. nnd
headaches. I havo been afflicted with such, it was a doad bill.
theso difficulties (or years. I am now able ed Pilots Diamond Bead Arrives. Sonator Hocking statod that tho Mrs. Heleluho and Col. John
to do n good day's work. Rheumatism has Richnrdson compisiog hor pres-
troubled mo since I was a child, but I am
law just quoted might apply to
the second as well ns the third ent retinue. Captain Julius
now entirely well." Mira Pheodb Bai- Palmer of Boston, hor special
ley, Doz 415, Pasadena, California. The decks of the Manna Loa reading, for third reading was not
agent, has not been with tho
Here llccausc wo thought - gcntlo vendor that you
"I havo suffered from the effects of im-
pure blood, bolls, plmplos, etc., for flvo
years. I have tried various remedies with-
out relief and finally purchased six bot-
tles of Hood's Barsaparllla. Tho bolls
and pimples havo all disappeared since I
are being recaulked.
Tho wharf of tho Hawaiian tion, but tho "dual papsago" which
Commercial Company at Kahului may not, in either Houso, be tho
is nearly completed.
what was stated in tho constitu
third reading. Going on to tho
merits of the iucomo
Light winds and calms are re- that a commission ontax, ho held
former Queen this year.
CItOWDS ON MONTI31EY,
Tho Public In militated Illir Monitor
began taking this medicine. I am now ported by all tbo sailing which ar- tho taxation systom, in revision bo of
woro going to soo it. Wo don't udvortiso for fun. Wv Hnnilay Afternoon.
il entirely curod." Louis Thomas, 1412 rived yesterday from tho coast. ordor to
want to emphasize tho fsict thst wo h:ivo now tlio ) Uth Street, Oakland, California. able to form a judemout, ought to The Monterey kept open houso
Tho bark Amy Turner is duo soe somo degrow of incomo tax in
yesterday. Tho opportunity of
.Most Compi-kt- k IIkpaiu Shop in tow Hood's Sarsaparilla from Now York with general operation. Actions spoko louder visiting tho strango looking craft
meichnndise to O Brewer & Co.
Wo give your wheel tho host mechanical attention, which fler.thoAll druggists. (1, six forTrue Oct Hood's.
Is best In fact tlio One
Mood l'url than words, nnd, if Sonators bo
A choppy sua and rain squalls lioved an incomo tax was good was takeu advantage of by hun-
combined with the quality of your whcol makes it a pleas-m- o nro reported in tho Kauai channel and fair inprinciplo, thoy should dreds and from ono till four thoro
Hood's Pills WS&&V&? by steamers from tho Garden Isle provo moir sincerity oy voting was a constant stream of boats to
yesterday. for the bill. and from tho monitor. Tho great
Tho Liuor Uolgio sailed for Senator Brown began to speak guns in tho turrets wero closely
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Japan and China Sunday morn- on tho merits of tho question, scrutinized and thoir power was
E. O. HALL &;S03Sr, Limife(k ing at 8 o'clock after having dis- when, 12 o'clock sounding, he
charged 80 tons of merchandise moved for recess till 1:30. which
explained timo and again by tho
ofiicera and men. Sbo will be
3 jrner F rt and King' Street r 3
Diamond Henil Signal Station, June and taken on u quantity of coal. carried. ready to sail by Tuosday aud will
27, 1 pin Weather lui.y, wind fresh
X K. The Monitor Mouteroy was in all probability get away.
coaling the most part of last night HUD CItOHH I.JCCTUHK.
MOVEMENTS OF 8TEAME118. and will tako on stores today and MASOXIO 1IAMIUICT.
probablj' sail early tomorrow Mr.
A Thing of Beauty Steamers duo and to sail tomorrow
and for tho next hIx days nro aH fol-
Tho bark Diamond Head is an
Ilurton HoIikpi Combination Will
Appear Tomorrow Night.
Lodire loProgrri Will Hntertnln Ilrother
And in tho matter of Foot-wea- r,
when heauty and
to its Owner. dTEAMEKS.
IIcIrIc San Frnnclsso
W G Hull Kauai
chorcd in tho stream with coal
from Nanaimo for Allen & ltobin-son- . rived last wook on tho Moana,
Tho ship J. O. Glado sailed for Lonis Francis Brown and Mr.
San Francisco last Saturday with Oscar Bonnett Do
a cargo of 37,740 sacks of sugar,
Among tho passengers who ar-
woio Mr. Burton Holmes, Mr.
Pue who form
A rounion banquet will bo given
by Lodge lo Progros at tho Maso-
nic Tomplo this evening. Mem-
bers of tho lodge havo been
hard at work tn make this gather-
I'poltt Koliala Juno 28
co :ort, combined with that pleasing feeling of a good Klnau IIIlo Juno 28 1483.423 pounds, valued at the most complete and most suc- ing a very pleasant nnd memora-
Ulodo Jnni'lro Yokohama. June 28 $173,736 and shipped by H. Hack cessful lecturing organization now ble one. All' connected with tho
li.irg.iiii made, cim so easily bo obtained of us, why look DEI'AltT. tela it Co, M. S Gnubaum & Co, oeioro mo puoiio in tue united Hawaiian nnd Pacific lodges are
jtexmeii;. Foil Bails. W. G. Irwin & Co and F. A. States. coidinlly uiTitrd to be
u. fior !
Keltic Yokohama June 25 Sehaofer & Co. Sinco Mr. John L. Stoddard also nil vi iting bivtbron. Guests
Mokolli Molokal Juno 27 Tho following local steamers from tho lecture platform, a are requested to u sotnhlo nt 8
(Jliiudinu Kahulul June 28 sail tomorrow: Av G Hall for Ko- littlo over a year ago, his mantle
iv e have sy&i Mikulinla
HIh de Janeiro .Sun KmnclseoJune
na and Knu at 10 a in; Mikahala ha3 fallon on Mr. Holmes, who
for Nuwiliwili and Hanamaulu at was not only a fellow traveller of
Upolu ICohala July 1 his many foreign lands, but
5pm; Kauai for loo ward Kauai also in warm personal friend. Mr. AUCTION SALE OF
ut 5 p m; Claudioe for Maui at 5 a
Pleasing to the eye, easy to tho tenderest foot, and AltUIVED AT
Stnir AVulaleale, Parker,
p in. Tho Mikahala will take the De Pue, who has been associated Household -:- - FurniSure
0 hrs from
very light on the purse. Laic. passengers for Nawiliwili while with Mr. Holmes for the past fivo
Stmr James Mukec, Tullett, 13 hrs tho Kauai will tako tho W G Hall's seasons as lantern operator and
from Kupaa. electrical expert, is also tho in-
TiRST. Am lilt E IJ Sutton, Comer, 20 davs
ventor of tho De Pue Obronoma- -
Ou lltlDAY, July 1st, 189S
from Xanalmo 2000 tons coal to U S ItEOEirTS ISLAND mODUOE. tographo, tho most perfect of all AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
Government. tho socalled "motion picturo ma
At tho residence of M.
. E, URPHY &1C0, Stmr Claudinu, Cameron, 14 lira
Stmr Mlkahula, Thompson, 13 lira
Por Keauhou 4000 bags sugar, chines."
for O Brewer & Co. In addition to the stereopticon
Por Mikahala 5000 bacs suonr, views whioh theso gentlemen uso
Florentine Souzii, Esq., Xo.
8 Adams Lane, I will soil at
380 bags rice, 12G bags taro, 33 in tho loctures, which, by the way,
205 Hotol St., Arlington Blook. Am Hchr Queen, Kdwardson,29days
bundles Hides, o cows, 5 calves, 1 are beautifully colored, the
Public Auction, the ontiro
from Port Townsenil. 344 M ft lumber Household Furnituro, com-
to H Hackfeld Co. horse, 2 donkeys. is used, showing
Am bk Mohican, Saunders, 22 ilays Per James Makeo 2.190 bags waterfalls and goysors in action, prising:
from San Krauclsco 1200 tons milso to sugar for O Brewer & Co and 81 street scones where the whole
Castle Cooke. B. TV. Hat rack, "Veranda
bags rice. picturo ib instinct with hfo, people
Am sclir Emma Claudlna, Nelson, Ohairs, Parlor Furnituro and
30 days from Eureka, 210 M ft lumber Por Claudino 1522 bags sugar, watKing anu uorsos trotting.
to sewers X uooKe. 170 bugs potatoes, 167 bags corn, Mr. JLSrown attonds to the de- Upholstered Chairs, Lace
Am bktn S N Castle. Hubbard, in 52 hogs, 50 head cattlo, 1 mule, partment of ways and means, and Curtains, Portieres, Pictures,
& S. S. "Belaric "OBI
days from San Francisco pass anil
mdso to W G Irwin & CO.
From Nanairoo,per lik Diamond
121 pkgs sundries.
other details of the managerial
department. Theso gentlemen
havo come to tho islands to obtain
Electric Light Fixtures, Oak
and B. "W. Bedroom Sots,.
Bond Mr and Mrs P P Millor. Kahului Sailed, Juno 24, bktn material for a lecture to bo given Itugs, OheiFoniors, B. "W.
lanila Cigars Hw bk Diamond Head. Ward. 37
days from Nauaimo, 1500 tons coal to
Alien & iioDiLsou.
Sch Ada for Wulalua.
Geo E Perkins, for San Francis-
throughout tho United Statos
during thoir coming season, and
whilo here have agreed to give
tbroo lectures undor tho auspices
E B Sutton, bk Dia- of tho Red Cross Society. The
Dinning Tablo and Ohairs,
Silverware, Orockory, Glass-
ware, Kitchen Utensils, Ono
Domestic Sowing Machine,
etc.,, etc., etc.
Receiving Regularly by Evory Steamer Sehr Luvlnia for Putuiluu. mond Head off Oahu June 24. subjects and dates will be as fol-
Stmr Mokolli, Dennett, for Molokal. lows: June 28, 'Tho Yollowstone
StmrKaena, Moslior, fnrWainlua
National Park," Juno 30 "Into JAS. F. MORGAN,
r Havana, American and Manila Cigars,
ports. From San Francisco, por bk
Stmr Keauhou, Thompson, for l. Mohican Ohas Wild, J W Leo
Morocco," July 1 "Grecian Jour-
049 U Auctioneer.
nard, O H Blessing, J W Lawson,
Smoking and Chawing Tobaccos,
U S stmr Mohican. Dook. for
1m- - J H Jory. Houseiiold v Furniture
From San Francisco, per bkts, Patriotic Sim!.
Ger sehr J C Glade. Stctro. or San S N Castle Miss Minnie JonoE
Pipes and Smokers' Articles. Francisco.
Stmr James Mukec, Tullett, for Mixs Lirlin Bliss, Miss Mary rs
Dexter, Philip de Laporto, Mn
We havo just received a limited
number of Spocial War Records
oiuiino do Lipotto and John made by the famous Dan W.
On Thursday, June 30, 1898.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel uowlor. Quinn and Geo. J. Gaikiu whoso
Port Corner & Merchant
and Nunanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 26 la-- Hon
and 50 couth por night.
From Kauai, por stmr Mikaha
G N Wilcox, S W Wil-
1, and cox, Miss G Sharp, Miss Hadley,
reputations aro world wido as At 10 o'clock a.
Phonograph and Graphaphone N. S. S.iuhs, Hsij. in.,
nt tho lestdom-- of
Lunnlllo street, on ac-
vocalists. Come and hear thorn count of dop.irturu, I will Ktlt at Public
il 25 ner wk W U Toll, wife and child, W Her sing Auction, tlio ontiro household furniture,
& Hobron nro agents lowitz, Rev
W" M Massio, Master
Pearson "Brave crew of Maine," WICKKIt PAHI.OH rUIlNlTUIti: AND.
for tho Search Light Bicycle liiaikstad, tho Misses Ewart 2, "Arouso, Columbia, arouse," l'ANOV CIIAIHS.
L3mp wbinh iBgnnoiallv conceded Mra Bluckstad, Mrs J Conrade, C "Marching through Cuba," LACK" CUItTAINS, POHTiniUKH,.
to be thn best bicycle lamp in ex Wilcox, G Wilcox, J B Freitas, J "Tho wreck of tho Maine" CUANIUMintS.
istonee. H Porteous. "UncloSam, why ai oyou waiting ?" IIAXQUirr AND PIANO J,AMI,.S,ltUG8r
From SJaui ports, per stmr ll.VNDSOMHOAK LIIIUAHV TAIIIJ3.
Claudino K S Gjordrun, Geo Prico of auy ot the above only
At Emma Square. 82 00. i:u:nANT oiikuuy wood i:rt-tiii'.it- i:.
Cooper, Mrs Hayes, Miss Booto,
Tho following program will be PS Scales, G M Boote, Miss Z
Up-to-d- ate and all CUnitltV WOOD DINING UOOM
kinds of Grapliaphono supplies TAIU.nANDOHAIltS.
givon at tho concert this cvoniuj Rogers, Miss L Rogers, Capt Bar-
Show Your Colors at (he usual hour. low, Mrs A Douse, R N Boyd, A
G Corroo, 0 Hedomaun, It Von
constantly ou hand. CIIUUUY WOOD M. T. HIDIIItOAItl).
Oceanio Gas & Electrio Co., 112 di:cohati:d dinni:u sin.
PAIIT T. Torapsky, S Keliiuoi, Geo Cum- Hotol street, solo agents Colum- s. p. wAitn, pink aiuss wakk.
And . bia Phonograph Co., N. Y. and MKAT HAKK, IUK OIIKST, MWI!.
in inys, D B Murdook, V A Votlo-so- n,
rroorate for tlie Boys to Arrive Just landed at the
March: Stars and Stripes Forever
Holm A .Makfkau, Rev S Kanai, O
Hosslul Alaiua, 8 Fukida, Jos Welch, M
Wallace Oorrea, Jr, nnd wife, M Correa,
m 9 m
Schooner Labrador Safe.
CANOPY TOP nitAKK,
Solo and Choru : Tuke Hack Your Mi'bh L Lay lor, Miss R Pauui, Tho schooner Labrador will be I'KItN.S, PALMS.
Gold Kl'C., KTC, KI'C.
Mrs Najpo, Ohas Keawo, N Hoo-pi- i, towed off the rooks at Makona
JL " &3l. Jlj MIkm Annie Kanoho.
W K Naipo, M S Jardim and Bomo timo today. Word was re-
I'AltT II. wife, W A Robertson, Mrs G E ceived by Collector General Mo JAS F. MORGAN,
A New Stock of Fireworks. Uoseorans, T W Hobron, W J Stooker from Sheriff Baldwin of tl 3t AumloiiHer
Stars and Stripes Decoration Diluting. Cornet Solo: Culvei I Polka Forbes, Dr T D Wood, W D Alex
American Shields. lelnhauser under, Jr. Maui to this effect jesterday. O. G. TRAPHAGWN,
PUErfrDEXT MoICINLKY'rJ PICTUUES. Mr. Chailes Kreuter. Alex Lylo who has charge of tho
Iloil, White and Dlue Feitonlng.
Muslin mid Silk Kings, all sle.
Echoes of tho Xljrlit
PrPar Uio fourth.
New styles of djcorating bunt-
launching of the schooner has
evory hope of success aud provid- HOHITEOT
Duttonhole Uuttons, etc., etc. waiu: a summer livenlmr ing the weather is good we may 223 Merchant St.. Honolulu,
ing cm be had in large or
.. ': Jielo Maul ... . Wiildlellfel quantities nt S'ldisDry Goodssmall look for the famous Labrador in
" Between Fort and Alakeit,
March: f, .Horger Co., Houolulu harbor within a fow
5.W. Lederer X 2&Z. Cor.Nuuanu and King Sts. iitlWUlI 11)110 . also American flags. days. Telephone : : : 781