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TEE EVEWNG BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 1, 1898.
PutllsheJ Bery Djy, except SuiiJjy. at io Klnc
street, Honolulu. II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
V. R. HARRINGTON
DANIEL LOOAN .. .
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian Isl.inJs.
Per year " " "
Per year.postpalJ, to America, CanaJa or,Melco 10 oo
Per year, postpalJ, other (orclcn count! Ie i J oo
Payable Invariably In advance.
i.'.d. LJItorl.ll Rooms,
PoStOlfiCe IloX, 404.
SATURDAY, OCT. 1. 181)8
President McKiulcy hns finnlly
fouud n nunibor of citizens willing
to tnko the job of investigating tbo
iMoro tlmu ono vnliBO is rendy to
puck for tho trip to Washington.
Tho oxodiiB in tho next few mouths
will bo witched with considerable
Cubans want independence.
Whether they got it or not will
dopoud on Undo Sam's viow of
their ability to properly caro for
Tho now volcano manager will
havo to stir up J.lndame Polo.
Vesuvius is getting a big lead iml
tho volcano hunting tourists head
away from Hawaii.
Aguiualdo's peace Commission
ers will fiud themselves very
small toads in the political puddle
whon they reach Washington.
Tho education ought to do them
Sending over 3000 moro troops
and two warnhips lo the Philip
pines indicates a preparation for
nuy international clashes arising
from tho disposition of these isl
ands. It is worthy of note than in
structions to the California de
partment lay stress on giving men
of the next Philippine expedition
proper accommodations and plenty
If tho American Union party is (
dead, tho coipso seems to bo por-
formiug a political danco that
makes the Advertiser dizzy. If
tho party is dead what havo tho
Advortisor's friends !o revolt from?
Members of tho Council of State
who had their guns loaded for tho
Industrial School item aro in
Bomowhat the samo postion as tho
voluntoers who went out to light,
but tho row was all over boforo
thoy got on the grouud.
General Mcrriam announced in
San Fraucisco that ho won out on
tho clash over military headquar
ters. Tho peoplo hero thought
tho Executivo won the day. If
both Bides claim a victory thore
can bo no great amount of ill will.
Tho political situation uupecsts
tiuiet ways on our part. Adver
tiser. Yes tho peoplo havo noticed
how quiet tho Advertiser has not
kent on tho political situation.
Example is bettor than precept,
Tho Now Hampshire republi
cans in their stato convention de
clared for "such disposition of tho
Philippines as will best promote
tho growing eommoreial and
political interests of tho United
States, extinguish tho sovoroignty
of Spnin,and inako good our ob
ligations to the people of thoee
islands." Indication from nil
parly convention of tho American
flag romnininir in Manila at h-att,
with a possible division of other
iHlnnda of tho croup among tho
Governor Black's supporters
are trying to make out that Col.
Roosevelt is not a residont of
New York and thoroforo not eligi
ble for tho governorship. Watch
tho local men, who havo such a
horror of political chicanery, try
to work tho samo dodge in Hawaii.
Minister Damon .has stopped
into the fluancial breach of tho
government in his usual prompt
and effective maunor. It is truo
thorn is not much danger of his
losing any money by tho pur
chase of tho industrial school pro
perty, at tho samo timo Mr. Da
mon was tho man to como forward,
settle the thing and tako whatover
financial chances may arise.
Cniiininitiltr Wltlf Injf Suffers for Hiivlni;
III lloltii III Itotinltlltl.
Martin Eagan, tho Chronicle's
Manila correspondent writes his
paper: The Uoet is just now tho
center of tho attraction, for Cap
tain Whiting is before a court of
inquiry that is making a search
ing inquiry into the long delay of
the Jioiimlnoek in reaching here,
and poor old Lieutenant Ben
Wright of tho Brutus is on tho
rack before a courtmartiol on ono
count of intoxication.
Admiral Dowoy was greatly dis
appointed at tho failure of tho
Monaduock to arrive. before Au
gust 1!!, and it is said that ho do
mauded an explanation from
Whiting. Tho court wnieh- is
making tho inquiry convened on
tho Baltimore today and will bo
in session for soveral days.
Wright is on trial on tho Concord.
The Monadnock did not arrivo
hero until August 10, and tho
cause or her tardiness was her
long stay at Honolulu, and tho
fact that tho Hawaiian capital
is tho homo or Whitiug's family
has excited considorable comment
adverso to him.
Nets' Satlnirrt llimk.
Bishop fc Co.'s savings bank
opened this morning in tho Friend
building. Col. ). H: Fisher of
tho firm was overseoiug tho inau
guration. Mr. Bon has charge of
ttic institution for the presont.
Although the carpenters were still
inventing tho place, deposits camo
in early and often. In some cases
ptivnts were signalizing the event
Ly ftartiug accounts for their chil
tltuii. Others wanted to support
(he infant enterprise itself, not
knowing when thoy might be ro-
to being bankers thorn-
The Only Weeklj-.
Tho Hawaiian was issued Fri
day morning. It contains a com
plete summary of tho nows for
the past week, besidos its agricul
tural and household departments
well filled. This paper is bound
to made a namo and a place for
itself. At two dollars a year it
ought to havo tho baunor circula
tion, and will havo it. Thoro is
no better mirror of Hawaiiau cur
rent ovouts for sondiug abroad.
District Inspectors M G John
ston (assisting surveyor) John W
Short and W F Storey, in chargo
of night watch.
Diecharging Inspectors H M
Macaulay, V F Drake, W II
Drummond, G W Kieuter, B II
Wright, A W Neely, E A Jacob
Bon. District Guards F Manoha, B
Kauuahi, 0 Kauuha, J Maknolin,
A Nunes, J Kanuu and G W C
First Watch (7 am to 5 p in)
H Kinney, A Perry, J Koka
hio, 11 Spencer, W Manuka, J
Vivichaves, D Espiuda and G
Secoud Watoh (fi p in to 12 ra)
A MosBinaun, G Kaoinea, John
W Brown, W Kekoa, J Lovoll Jr,
J Kun, R Kamakea uud G R Ko
awehnKu. Third Watch (12 m to 7 a m)
J J Kaloamaikai, J W Mahnlona,
J K Namoalan, G Maxwell, J Ko
alalio, J Kalaulu, T Mokulehua
Jounthnn Shnw Iwib recoivod n
curions lettor from bin brother
Andrew nt Itoinidgc, MinnoHntn
It ia written on n hhoi-t of birch
burk, thin and of texture ns fineiiH
ailk, ubout 15 by 0 uiehee in 8iy,i
Have large lines of
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(each compartment removable
for cleaning), forsthese who
want the best.
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(High and low 'wheel).
Mechanics' Tools, Agricultural
implements. Shelf Hardware,
and many articles you have
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but we must have room now.
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