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THE EVENINO BUJjIjETIN : HONOLULU, U. I., 8EPTEMDEU HO, 18DH.
4fctlsltd hvrrv Day. vvrvpt Sunday, at no Klnc
ttmt Honolulu II I . bvttit
bulletin Publishing Coaumny.
V. K. HARRINGTON til"f
DANIBL LOUAN City Ldltor
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian Islands I 75
Per year " ' oo
Per year, postpaid. to America, Canada or.Mexku 10 co
Per year, postpaid, other foreign cnunti In . . 1 J oo
-PavaMe ImarlaNv In advance
Business OBiie "iACI. fcJitorlal Rooms, HIVt
I'oMoffke Box, 494.
Fit I DAY, SEL'T. 30, 1893
Now wo would liko to find out
whetlior luoniberH of the Council
of State net ns ropreBontntivos of
liuwiui or iippointeeB of President
Tlio Advtrtinor has never sug
gested iiuy unudidnto for Govern
or, uud bus uouo. Morning Or
Now nil together boys, wlint ft
benutiful political lie.
Ililo nnd tlio outside districts
will bo hoard from when thoy
lonru thnt tho Honolulu sewerage
system is to bo pnid for out of
future torritorinl funds.
Tho membor of tho Cnbinot who
can show thnt ho fought tho nou
trulity proposition from first to
last is the ono who will not bo
forgotten in Washington.
Tho captain of the etoamer that
brought tho news of annexation
was presented with iv loving cup.
Admiral Miller, who brought tho
titty and raised it, was apparently
The Executive might get around
the Industrial school stumbling
block by swapping sotno of the
government lauds. Tlio question
in i lit bo raised, however, whether
under conditions now existing
this is not swapping horsos in the
middle of tho stream.
Tho public appreciates the dis
position of tho lltpid Transit
Company to thoroughly investi
gate every niothod of motivo
power lieforo putting in tho trol
ley system. This action demon
strates a respect for tho beauty
and safety of our otreots which is
too oftt n omitted by "soulless"
Tho educational authorities
would have shown a much bettor
appreciation of tho ctornal fitness
of things had tln-y left tho matter
of contribution to tho Lafayette
fund to tho discretion of tin
scholars mid teachers. It is ono
thing to announce that teachers
and scholars in tlio Slates aro to
give money, but quito another to
publish tho statement that contri
butions " should 1)0 secured." It
lias tnk on full Hedged Americans
over n century to como to a phi
lanthropic realization of Lufayetto.
co i.. iiuiti:u ami vni.u.vrixits.
By interesting his men in
sports, endorsing garrison nows
papors and giving his men some
thing to do Col. JJarbor is solving
one of tho hardest problems thnt
faces the officers of iuactivo volun
toor troops. Undor ordinary cir
cumstances voluntoors suiTor nvr"
from sickness when laying around
looro in camp, than in an active
fighting campaign. They havi
rnoro timo to thiuk of themselves
mid allow the little niolo hill
worries to mount up into serious
griovanco mountains. Homesick
ness in its worst form attacks tho
mon whon thoy havo nothing in
view but tho regulation drills and
, guard duty. Voluntoois who
went out to fight fall to wonder
.ng what thoy ar living for, and
lake a disgusted view or life gen
erally. A man who spend -1011 days iu
Southern prisons during tho civil
war said he could nearly always
pick out tho men who would be
carried out on Bttotchers. The
mon who would sot thomsolves to
doing something, oven to count
iug tho threads in thoir meagro
clotlnngiwero tho ones who pulled
through tho weary hours of wait
ing till tho dny when an exchauge
of prisoners came.
It is quito interesting to note
tho chnugo iu tho spirit of the
men nt tho New York camp dur
ing tho Inst two wooks. Soldiors
who woro swonring at the govern
mont, tho garrison nnd tho oflicors,
now tnko a brighter view of their
life. Col. Barbor aud his officers
have given their mon something
outside tho usual humdrum of
military garrison lifo. Tho "want
to got out this" spirit has givon
way to coutoutmont, a disposition
to make tho beat of tho situation
and "bo happy whilo wo may."
ON Till: UlIM' I.l.N'K.
nutlnuiiMivil VUIl"r l'lny --Xiiml
Olllrpra I.lkt tile Siort.
At -1 o'clock this afternoon Dr.
II. W. Howard and Goueral Gor
ton, n visiting golfer from tho Co
lonies, will try conclusions on tho
Puniihou links, tho weathor por
mitting. Gcnoral Gorton is ono
of tho crack plnyers iu tho Colo
nies, whilo Dr. Howard has mndo
tho best record among tho Hono
lulu players. A good match is
One of tho things that wont to
make up tho great rogret of Pay
master Stanton of tho Philadol
phii at leaving Honolulu was the
fact that ho would havo to, aband
on tho PudqIiou links which ho,
as a crack p'ayor, designates as
iho very finest.
Paymaster Du Bois of tho Bon
uiugiou is a golfer. Ho has his
clubs along with him nnd will un
doubtedly bo a frequont occupant
of the links.
Mrs. Hugh Guuu will givo in
structions in golf on Saturday
sum Inatii(rii a on Mlun era.
Among tho passengers on the
Miowora aro tho following:
lion Sponcor Littleton, former
1'ii.n e sccrotary, for tho lato lit
II ti W E Gladstono, a through
iks- Minors for tho Colonies.
TIm popular Lord Brassoy,
O.ivt rnor of tho Colouy of Victo
li . Australia, nnd his wife, Lady
Jin -ftey, who aro returning from
a visit to tho Old Country. Lord
Urassey is payiug much attontion
to tho relations botweon Great
Britain nnd tho United States.
Mrs. Saito, wifo of thoJapaneso
Consul to theso Islands, nnd her
Tho Earl of Ava, bou of tho
Marquis of DulToriu, on route to
Mltmerii III 1'ort.
The CASS Miowora, Uom-
iniug commander, arrived in port
nud hauled alougsido tho Oconuic
wharf nt about 12:15 n m todnv
after a splendid run from Van
couver and Victoria. Sho camo
with all hor staterooms filled with
nnHHoncers and with froi"ht room
taxed to the utmost.
Following is tho ronort kindlv
furnished by Mr. Humphries,
pursor of the Miowora:
Tlio it M a Miowora, 3315 tons,
F A Hemmincr commniulor. nr
rived on tho 30th from Vancouver
via Victoria. Left Victoria 7 -ISA
a in, 23d Sept, passed Tatoosh Isl
anU U:1J p m, UJU Hopt, passed It
M S Warrimoo 7:1-1 a m, IJUtli
Sept. Exporiouced strong E nud
iiNi wiuii witn vory conTuscd
high sen, principally from SE and
SV for first two days. Sinco then
moilorato wiuds and seas to ar
rival. I'oorly Attended.
Thnro was u vory poorly nttond
ed drill of tho First ltegimout on
tho Mnkiki baseball grouuds yes
terday ovoning. Tho bnnd was in
attotulauco. A lnrgo number of
people- were out to soo tho drill
but tho moon kopt under a clouu
all tho whilo making it impossible
to soo anything but tho white
trousers of tho mon. Col. Fisher
was vory much disploasoil with
he slackness of the men in the
matter of attendance.
Have large lines of
seasonable goods. A few
(each compartment removable
for cleaning), for these who
want the best.
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers
(High and low wheel).
Mechanics' Tools, Agricultural
Implements. Shelf Hardware.
and many articles you have
ueen louKing ior.
m w., Lid,,
A dividend will lio tltto iintl iniitlo lmy-
nlile to tlio stockholders of the OLO-
WAI.U COMPANY nt the olllce ofW.fi.
Irwin .V. Co., Limited, on Friday, the
30th Instant. Tho Mock hooka of the
Company will ho dosed totninsfors from
TttPMlay, Noptombor 27th, to Saturday,
October 1st, 1808.
W. 51. UI1TAUI),
A dlvidetid will he iltiuitiid made jwiya
hlc lotho tttockholdors of tho Walmnualo
SiiKiir Comuiiy, nt tlio olllco of W. O.
Irwin A- Coiiiiuny, Limited, on Friday,
the With instant. Tlio htock Ixiokw of tho
(iiiiiiiy will ho closed to transfer fiom
Tuesday, Soptomher l!7th, to Saturday
IMoIkt 1st, 1MIS.
II. Jl. WIIITNKY,
l'ersons wishing; to ohtnln hoard nt
Mnknwno, Maul, can ho nceommodatoil
at Jllt.S. II. II. IIAII.KY'S.
Tortus, J10 iierweok. 0.5-(Jm
Why Don't You Advertise ?
Advertises itself. It is low-grade harness that needs to be
boosted up by blowing. We Keep the BbST STOCK and em
ploy the most workmen of any harness manufactory in Honolulu,
consequently do the largest' business.
Manufacturing Harness Co.
Having 30 years experience in the business, I am fully
competent to manage all departments.
Practical Harness Maker.
The Old Comer, Fort
A dividend will lie duo and in.ule paya
ble at tlio olllco of W. (i. Irwin V Coiiiiu
ny, Limited, to the Stockholilors of tlio
Hawaiian .Sugar Company on I'rlilay tlio
:i()tli Instant, Tho stock hookx of tho
Company will lip closoil to transfer from
Tuesday, .Soptoinbor "7lh to Saturday
Oitolior 1st, 1S9S.
V. I. 1101'1'KH,
School Tulilols !
School Composition Books !
School Lunch Boxes!
And everything else
needed in school stationery,
l'lUCUS ALWAYS 1UC1IIT !
316 Fort Street,
IN. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.!
luiniinitmmnwnuiiuiniiru wirtinWtrriJtrUifUirUlrutrUiri)rl ruiruiiu tu nJip jiairUiruinJmi'fuitirinilriilnJ'pJpJICJjPJ
If you are
fc in the
E Styles and
e Fabrics in
E give us
S a call.
and King streets,
A Few Days
We will sell some lines of
Hoods out at unheard-of prices
during the present week. You
need some things now, you
are constantly buying what we
have to sell. We will always
have what you want for sale,
but we must have room now.
You can save from 2$ per cent
to SO per cent on many articles
if you attend to the matter now
and do not let the opportunity
W, W, Dimond & Co,,
The People's Store,
Small ads. in the Bulletin are not
oMTsli.tdowccl by bigger ones.
We are showing this week 3
some exceptional 3
Bargains in 3
BLACK AND COLORED
We want you to look at
them and compare
s csanTTA Tn&ev anrkTics jrim s
,.Kr BBT0wa -
e op 1 e's DPro-viders. -
Doosn't moanyoii'ro always trying
To solect tho cheapest kind of trash;
Hut In Hotting for your dollar
A SUIT to inako youdanconml "holler"
'Cause you've got tl bargain for your
Then list to what wo toll you
And liowaro of tliont who'd soil yon
Somo cheap SUIT they'd claim Is Just
Tor they sold ono to your neighbor
Which wa made by vagrant labor,
And aro looking for nuothor victim If
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCrlCy BlOCS
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen-Meau
Underwear. Head for Catalogue
We Make Shirts to Order.
Repairs fine complicated Watches, Clocks, Music
Boxes ani Jewelry.
All work guaranteed. Thirty-five years experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By lust steamer from tho Coast,
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, where tho
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is douo repairing anil now work
both. Pins, rlgs, bracelets, wntch-
I making, etc.
H. G. B1ART, - 404i Fort St.
ir - rrR sfi-'fc'ij !
Nono bettor. EudorBOtl by tlio
First Edition now ready.
TIUCE ONLY 10 CENTS.
Published nnd for snlo only by
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
210 Kino Stiieet.
Stock nnd Ilonds bought nnd sold undor
tho rules mid In tho board
looms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exchange
SATUUDAY, Oct. 1, 1808
AT IU O'CLOCK NOON,
On tho grounds of tho lOxccutlvo Hulld
inn, I will holl nt public- auction.
wooi ii :n iiorsus, and lot .. w.
.IAS. P MOHGAX,
JM2t Au-tloiu.. r