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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., OCTOBER G, 1898.
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Published Every Day, exccrt SunJiy, at 910 King
ttreet, Honolulu, It 1 , by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COAH'ANY.
tt. R. TARRINGTON.
City EJI or
Miliki rlliiin Itnlrot
Pit month, anywhere In Hawaiian hhnJs . $ 75
Per jear " " " '
Peryear.rostpalJ to America CanaJa orMexIco 1000
Per year, poslpaM other (oielsn countries 1300
Payatle InvirlaHy In ajvance
Business Orhte 'i.MI. LJItorlal Rooms, 10U.
Postoffce Hnx 40,,
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5, 18i)8
Wheu oflicora gots ou a ram
page, wnr cortniuly in hell.
Tho open door in the ealoon is
liublo to ctiuso as much discussion
an tho oppn door iu China.
Whooer tho Cabinet nwardB
boor nnd licenses to, thero is
bound to bo a kick coining from
llonolulu rrgrets to learn of the
proposed departuro of Rev. T. D.
Garvin. It is hoped that tun next
tiino ho returns it will be to stay.
On to Washington is now tlie
cry. One delegation will plead
for delay and tho othor for rapid
transit' of American lawe in Ha
By tho way moro Japanese la
borers are coming to tho country
wo seo no reason for fearing a
gcnoral strike among that nation
Andrew Camegio has at Inst
completed arrangements for build
iug tho biggest gun fuctory and
Hhipyard of tho world. Naval ex
ports who me advocating that the
United States buy up-to-date in a
terial from European manufactur
or3 instead of trying to carry on
tho goveruuifiit manufactories will
be pleased with tho prospect of a
modern plant near home.
Tho strongestSAmericau advo
cates of the English speaking alii
a nee aro tlio ones most loud
mouthed in tho condemnation ot
holdiug tho Philippines. Thoj
want tho freedom of Oriental
ports without assuming any intor
national responsibilities. These
woak kneed brethren presume too
much on British benevolence
Great Britain is not the nation to
bo a cat's paw to pull all tho ches
nuts out of thelfiro.
A Washington department ofli
cial iB credited with tho statomout
that tho only contingency which
can causa tho battleships Ioua
and Oregon to remain in Hono
lulu indefinitely is "that tho Ger
man squadron, with tho exception
of a ship or two, shall leavo Phi
lippine waters and cense intor
ferenco in afluiis which aro sold
and exclusively American Spa
nish." The Gorman incidout still
rankles in the American broast,
but it U not likely that tho Ger
man admiral will lesson his naval
strongth iu Philippine waters till
ho gets orders from tho homo gov
Amorican trado with China has
increased 12G por ccut since 1888,
yet Boino good Americana state
that tho United States has no in
terest in tho international affairs
of tho Chineso Einpiro. Thero is
au old adago that all things conn
to him who waits, but unfortunate
ly in commorco and national poli
cy, tho country that stands in awe
of new problems gots left. Thr
Amorican merchants is not going
to stand around with his hands in
his pockets and watch tho other
follow pick tho plums. And the
Americau inen-haut iu this da
sud genoration is tho power bo
hind tho throne.
A MII.ITAHV Dlslilt l
Thero is no question that Gen
oral King will deal with Lieutou
ants Whrelock and Merriatn ac
cording to strick military law It
is useless for tho civilian horo to
try to toll him what ho shall or
Bhnll not do. Iu tho eyoa of tho
people, however, these two officers
havo disgraced thomsolves, dis
gracod thoir regiment, disgraced
tho American uniform, disgraced
American citizenship which by
virtue ot shouldor straps they un
fortunately prominently ropresout.
Citizons hero mado a groat pow
wow over tho oction of soldiers
whojwent through the fruit gar
dens. Thoro was Borao oxcuso for
these poor dovils who had been
cooped up ou transport ships, with
not too much of tho best of rations.
They had no money and any man
can appreciate that tho fruit gar
doua worn a griovous temptation.
Those follows woro jumped on by
civil and military officers. Tho
privato who committed tho crime
of stealing a colonel's dinner was
chased over fourleon ncro lots un
til finally brouglit to tho guatd
Now two officers go on a toot,
disgraco thomsolvea and make
asses of tho mon under their com
mand. Thoy havo not shown one
hal tho respect for tho uniform
thoy wearjldisplaycd by tho com
mon privato. Thero is no excuso
to bo offered for thorn. Tho officers
havo ouough to oat, they are not
underpaid nnd they havo plenty of
freedom fromenmpduty. We havo
only tho kindest words of sympa
thy for tho mon whoso officers
havo given a rank exhibition of
conduct unbecoming a gontloman
and n soldier.
Tho Waldorf-Astoria has done
such a largo business that a new
sixty million dollar hotel is now
ou tho tapis. It is at least inter
eating to know that thoro aro n
good number of people who can
afford to patronize these expensive
Tho Advertiser squirms under
tho pressure of its own mistakes
in the negro proposition.
sim:cimh.' camp piivhician.
Ilulilrlcoper. it lloratt Doctor. lint! Clmrfft1
or Hick Nolillrra.
Washington, Soptember 22.
Dr. Huidekoper, who is nt present
in tho public eyo under a fire of
criticism for alleged miamouage-
mont of tho medical department
at Camp Thomas, was a veterinary
surgeon. A newspaper repro
duced his card, which tolls in do
tail tho nnturo of tho medical
practise conducted by him.
Although denials havo boon
mado by both Senators Quay and
Penroso that thoy socurod tho
appointment of Huidekoper,
Pennsylvania peoplo hero recall
that at tho time it waa mado those
Senators woro credited with hav
ing secured it. Dr. Huidekopnr's
brother was Postmaster at Phila
delphia under President Garfield.
to noi.i) Tin: i'iiu,iiii.m:s.
Mexican Veteran Ia ICeaoliitliiim
Favor of Itrlnitloii.
Louisville, Ky., Sept. 22. Tho
National Mexican Veterans' Asso
ciation today olectod General M.
H. Ilobson of Oroonvillo, Ky ,
President; A. L. Ogg of Indiana,
Vice Presidont; Wilbut Smith,
Loxuigton, Ky., bocretary and
Troasurer; AIox. Williamson, Lex
ington, Ky., Corresponding Socro
Resolutions wero passed advis
ing tho retention of tho Philip
pines, tho establishment of a re
publican form of government iu
Cuba until such time as it might
trovo a failuro nnd tho building
of tho Nicaragua canal by tho
Trenton, N. J., Sopt. 22. The
Republican State Convention met
horo today and nominated Foster
M. Voorhecs as its candidate for
Governor by ncclomatinn. Voor
heos is nt present a Senntor from
Union county, nnd iu h's enpacity
aa Pio-ddtnt of the Sonato hit
been acting as Governor rino
John W. Griiius waa chosen At
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want the best.
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Mechanics' Tools, Agricultural
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10c 2 "
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- itxto 453'-
in To-day's Bulletin
A Few Days
We will sell some lines of
jjoods 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 50 per cent on many articles
if you attend to the matter now
and do not let the opportunity
The People's Store,
Small .ids. in tlie Bulletin nrc not
overshadowed by bigger ones.
We shall make a truly
embracing the very latest
productions from Paris,
London and New York.
Our Show Rooms
have been entirely
us to show a much
large variety than
We have the choicest lot of
Trimmed Hats that ever
came to Honolulu.
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'Cause you've got a bargain for your
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