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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., OCTOBER 10, 1898.
fjbllshed Evety Day, except Sunday, at to King
ttrvt, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COAIPANY.
K. R. FARRINOTON E-lHor
DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
Business Ofrice 'i.'tii Editorial Rooms, J00.
pMioffice tlot, 404.
MONDAY, OCT. 10, 1898
Tin manner iu which thd yorii
aoii officers ilen I with tho two sol
diors who created n row on Fort
ntroft Inst uight, will ho watched
with no ttninll interest.
Auothor iutenmtiotinl mysterj
is whether tho Chinese Emperor
is dead or nlive.
If tho City of Columhin is kepi
hero much longer, it will win the
right to join the Ilnwniinn navy.
Tho numerical forco of those
who wnnt tho screens tnken olT
enloou doors by cotuumud of the
Executivi1 seems to bo nil.
Tho straw ballot tnken by tho
Bulletin shows thus fnr n lnrge
proportion iu fnvor of allowing
the saloou doors to rutunin.
According to Japanese des
patches, Li Iluug Chiinu rccoived
n bribe of half n million tnels
from llussiu. Li holds tho prico
of his yellow jnckot high, but he
is not nverso to losing it onco in
n while nt n stntnl prico.
Lnto renoits lmvo it Hint tho
Philippine iuBuri'iita hnvo np
p-ulod to Japnu for recognition of
their independence. If tho under
standing botweou Jnpun oiid the
United Slates has been completed,
Aguinnlilo's forces will fight a for
lorn hopo in tho Jnpnneso Court.
Ililo's republican club seems to
bo doing n thriving business. It
cnu nt least get up sufficient inter
eat in politics to lmvo n meeting.
Activity in nnvnl circles center
ing toward Honolulu hnrbor
provos positively that tho United
States is not to bo slow in making
tho most of its new possessions.
The success of tho Downgor
Empress of China indicates that
when women ouco get iuto inter
national politics, they nro not to
bo pushed nBide ns easily ns might
Advance guards of American
plantation labor nro euro of n cor
dial recoptiou, notwithstanding
the warning hns gono forth that
tliHro arouo openings for laboring
men in Hnwn...
The Bulletin gives tho people
an opportunity to express hei
opinion on tho recent ruling of
tho Cabinet regarding saloons. If
yoa hnvo an opinion express it
nud let tbo people know your rea
Ouo of the features likely to be
brought out at the next session of
Congress is that Hawaii is not
li-ilf as big as it used to be. The
day has passed when this country
cau produce bu international fu-
Estorhozy may go down in his
tory as n forger or he may not, but
ho will surely hnvo a place on the
Btnff of the Priuco of Liars. The
only man who has no't made a con
fostdou in Dreyfus, and tho poor
captain will be lucky if ho getb
back to Paris nlive.
Now York Republicans with
Col. IlooBevelt nt their head will
go before tho people on n platform
calling for tho reloaso of the
Philippines. Horo ia n populnr
man on nu unpopulnr platform,
nud the further development of a
campaign of tbo East ngainst the
West on tho problem of expan
sion. Tho concession of tho Cabinet
comes very much in tho form of n
victory for those who opposed the
ruling regarding snloous. Whnt-
over tho Hunt outcome may bo, this
nctiou will givo tho pcoplo nn op
portunity for n brenthing spell;
time to think over tho scheme and
tho probable result for good or
evil in Hawaii. The Cabinet
ought to gain some vnluable expo
rienco from tho incident, and de
sist from springing radical men
sures until somo method Iibs been
devised to obtnin tho sentiment of
the body politic. If tho temper
nnco people wnnt to instituto re
forms the best way to do it is to
wait for nn election and make a
sqtiFiro stnnd up fight. That is the
way it will have to be done under
full American rulo and tho terri
tory is sufficiently close to that
point to allow radical measures to
drop for tho time being.
C ompany m
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 tooKing lor.
Tho Amerieau who can write
nn unbiasid history of ThomaB F.
Bayard's political career will be
hard to find. Unless it is Grotor
Cleveland, no man of the genera
tion has received more laudation
from political friends or had such
high voicod condemnation heaped
upon him by his enemies.
Tuoro was too mnoli up-to-date
kicking in Saturday's bnsoball
gamo to suit tho public Fortu
natcly tbo sportsmau spirit in
Honolulu is not educated down
sufficiently to nut up with it. I'
tho boys wnnt to play without
nudionces, they can continue ni
they started in nn Saturday.
.IIiKIXI.KY'S WUsTKIIX TH1P.
Prrililrnl Will !."' Wniiilntftuii on
WaahiLgtou, Sept. '20. Sonator
Thurston, accompanied by V. N.
llaV'ock, Transportation Manager
of the Oinibn Exposition, inter
viewed President McKinley rela
tive to his transportation to
Omahn. Tho President said:
"Every road between Chicago
and Omaha has tendered the us
ot its line, and I am profound!)
grateful for the courtesy. I am,
however, at the disposition of the
exposition and bhall go as the
conlmi tee may arrange-"
Secretaries Gage, Smith, Bliss
and Wilson, with their wives, will
accompany the President, as will
General Miles aDd Commodore
Philip of the Texas and Assistant
Postmaster General HVutb. The
President will leave Washington
October 10th, arriving at Cbicaeo
1'uesuay. Without stopover he
uill go to Omaha. After the
Omaha vibit tho President will go
to Denver, returniug to Chicago t
attond tho peace jubilee exerciser
iu that city October 18th.
KiiClnml ufifl Fritnt In Afrlco.
The Timos declares that iheim-
modiato and complete evacuation
by tho French of tho Nilo valley
and the equatorial provinces must
bo mado a condition precodout to
all ulterior discussion.
inn Co, lid.
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Stock mid IlontN bought and sold undor
tlio rules nud In tho board
rooms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Personi wishing to obtnin board nt
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Cabinet Makers' Work Benches.
CITY FOBXITOBE STOEE.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Bloolc, 534-538 Fort Street.
l'OIMTS TO THi: HOUR wholi tho
sumo old question must bo answered,
" Whoro shall I buy my own and my
boy's CLOTHING T" Going to trust to
luck or trust us ?
Horo you can gut lloys'nndClilldruns'
suits from $1.60 lip.
Men's suits from 810 up In lino all-
wool easslmero; anil In CItASII or
WHITE DUCK from 80 up.
Yen, you can trust this stom, for wo
represent our goods Just as wo bellove
them to bo,iiii(l CHRERFULLY make
oery wrong RIGHT.
Tho return of tho ashes of Col
umbiiB to Spain coupled with the
history of tho rise and full of that
nitiou furimhod plenty of foot'
for reflection on tho future of the
prosont great Powers of the world.
The Anglo-Saxon now hold n
placo at tho top of tho heap nud it
liornlded abroad as tho advauci
guard of tho millenium. Will hif
tDry ropcat itsolf again ?
Caniiilriity on (he Irt or tliv Kmprror.
Poking, Sept. 21). It is rumored
that the Emperor had confessed a
againBt the Empress Dowager.
Tho plot is snid to lmvo beon to
in luce Yu n Shi-kai to murder
Yung-lu, to load troops into Po
king, and to attack tho Empress
Dowayer at her detached palHco.
Tho matter ended in a fiasco ow
iug tothobotruyalof Yuen. ThoBe
who were arrehtod as accomplices
in tho affair havo boon bhoboatlt-d
Kunt; lu.H'l mill HrltUh .Mlnl.M'r,
Peking, Soptorabor 28. Sir
Olaudo Macdonald, British Minis-
tor, has declined to dolivor Kane
Yu-wei, now in Hongkong, to tho
A Few Days
We will sell some lines of
(roods 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 5 per cent
to SO per cent on many articles
if you attend to the matter now
and do not let the opportunity
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