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THE EETNG HPriliTiTINi FIONOIjULU, E. I., OCTOBER 11, 1898.
Published Cwry Day. exctrt Sunday, at aio King
flrect, Honolulu, M, I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COA1PANY.
. ... Editor
Business Otnce 'J .'ill. EJItorUI Rooms. lOtli
Pcntoffice Dox, 404.
Tl i-si.A . Ul!l. II, 1808
AVo trust Unit iiono of the olli
cials who isit tlio otlior islands
nto bout " t'ni''cl niNsiouB.
Tin 0 ii cm liiiipi-ior niny bo
(load but h s spook is hb liwly iib
tho A er c i i Union piirty corj bo
thnt kiiunt h Aivrisor.
Tho people n8 well ita the fctcnm
diip coiupnui. b will be liHppy
whoa tho ineyu'itritien due to
transport prvce re n nn end.
Accordirg ti) JHrmn fulvicw
Pr dent McKinley eotitompliitos
giviuu the AiuoriUHti people n
Luzon turkey for tlioir Thiiuka
"When tho CougroMMinon begin
t put her at Wttrhinnton next
December tho ofliuiiil orgnn will
bo requested to discuss tho neu
trality piopnition nu'tiu.
Tho HuM,i:m olTerB congrtu
liitioiiB to its contempnriiries that
annouuot! tln-ir reiunrknblo prn
gr Rs heii stnt Miietit of 'he ense
rem ds one of IMiuho'h political
ins iuc nn t' '"clntm everything."
G . it l y .
Wli t 0' Miuidter D mon i
rig'it r wrong nn tn- mlnon
quoition, it M cert '' rofre-h-ing
t hnvo one iuniltr of the
Cabinet cme out uiili a fl
footo 1 honest d elHriiMon of the
whys nnd wherefores of liisncti i .
It i tho kind of iirgtiment Diet
entisfios t ir pop'o though m my
mny not nunc with the final con
Consul Vi'SionVroranrkson the
Lafayotto fund nro timely nn I in
11 o cas' nt li'ind will doubtles
carry more weight ill in th re
quest of n gowmmeut depart
ment. Givo the ihildren time t
learn who Lafayette in, the princi
ples ho fought befoiu Hskim
fiio children to contribute pennies
Tho organization .hat might well
contr but is the Socioty of the
Sous of i ho American Revolution
Whou tho American ling go
up over Hawaiian schools it is to
bo hoped that the teaches will
seek to inst 1 i"t tho minds of tho
pupils to broai principles which
(bat flag ropres -nts. In fact not
n few of tho older generations
might tnko lesBous in those prin
ciples to advantage. A peculiar
condition of tho present situation
is that einco the llu wont up,
many of tho leaders who sought
annexation havo drawn themselveh
into the provincial shells, instead
of broadening and facing tho pro
position on tho widenitig lines
that arc Hpread before them, ami
mutt bo followed sooner or later
whethor tho former leaders like
it or not. It may be that tho situ
ation will cO'itiuuo to bo "held
down" but it will not bo for long.
It is only a question whether tin
peoplo will accept tho situation or
will wait for the spirit of trn
AmericauUm to be forced up n
The former roynlisls aro by no
moans the only onos who do not
fully i' aliz th country is annex
ed. W lion reprcsenta io c ii.uiuh
plead for tho retention of cabiuet
advisors in territorial management
Chore must bo something wrooL-
in tho cha'actor of A erica i tor -(iment
bore cvon iu th nppr cir
cles. Tho country neods nn in
stillation of tho American princi
ple that n porsnn should stand in
publio nnd private life upon his
awn individual capacity. Strength
elioild I) gutguil by indivi
dual claarnct p rntlie' thnn the
power gained by loaning on
wau uv iioisim.
AVilh Theodore lnoevoU a enn
ditlute for (ocrnor, tho ciiinpnigu
in N w York slate this fall will lie
one of the prettiu t political t'uliU
ever fought. It probably hat us
many serious political conipliot
ti us as havo over boon facoil in
In tho first pine lloo'ovclt U not
popular with Piatt. Tho colonel
was practically foiced on tho cap
able manager, by Alger on one
8iih aud Hlnck on tlio other. Alyer
desired to quiet llooiovi-lt's ptusi-
bio attack nn the war department
and Piatt unquestionably sought to
punish lllaok for having the tuno'
ily to nrgauizo an opposition ma
chine. In the Greater New York
campaign, Piatt, seeing that ho
could not coruo to terms with tho
Citizens Uniou, praetically turned
tho ci'y over to tho Democrats. In
return for this it was Biipnostd that
Croker and Murphy would lay low
iu theti atocampaigu which is now
Tho question now is whether the
Democrats aro willing to accept a
defeat i tho State with Roosevelt
as tho man at the head. Croker hna
returned from hia Europoau tour
which rneaus tint Croker is iu the
light. This leador has a convenient
way of taking a vncati n when ho
has littlo anxiety as to tho success
of his party. Ho irin't taking a va
cation this Benson. Senator Mur
phy is out for return to the Senate,
aud whilo ho might be willing to
have Piatt naino his successor, it is
doubtful whether ho is anxious to
swallow a Roosevelt political pill.
Tho chances aro that tho New
York campaign will rrsolvo itself
iuto "anything lo beat Roosevelt"
aud much depends upon the acti
vity of PL tt and I lrtck whether the
popular ro'ouel mils iuto oliice oi
l's led, as l'latt and Quay led Blame,
to the slaughter.
Tho propositi hi to laise the Am
erican flag over the school house
will bring up a question of autho
rity. tJtpiiiiiNhlii Ani'iljfintiilii.
As the result of a mooting of the
rt'iarol.o'der iu Yokohama of the
Oriental Steamship Company, who
insist upon ho d soluiiou of the
company, Mr. M tsuinurn aud two
o'her reprO'Mintanvrtrt pro'etded to
the company's ollices on September
3 " P errcci iu louowiu,; ue-
itifimlj fn tli.4 iirnaliliiii t
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1. That the company shall be
amalgamated with tho Nippon
Yuseu Ewaisha; otherwiso it thall
2. That a roply shall bo given
beforoOct.il, on tho ncoiut of
which tho instalments due on the
price of t-haro-i shall be p-iid be
ioo the 20th of the same month.
3. That if the Diioctors iusint
upon continuing the work of tho
com panf, they shall guarautoo the
P' out wli'oh they think possible.
At a special meeting of tho Com
missioners of Education yedprday
afternoon, tho followiug business
Miss Uuiney appointjd 0Bsist
anl iu the Beretania street school
Miss Woir transferred from Kau
makapili to Kauluwola school. Mies
Kiithleou Kint! appointed assistant
1 ho llitts matter wns referred
to tho Teacher's Committee nud II.
Miss Diet, appointed assistant
in the niyht Bchool,
Mis9 Oulesly appointed aifist
antin I he Ulupalakua tohnol, Maui.
Resignation of Mr. kSturgton,
toaclior at Kaunakak'ii.j accepltd.
mom m. i
Lodge lo Progrrs meets tomor
row nijht. See New To-Day.
The Open Saloin. Mame Your Choke.
i 13ullotin 13r.illot. I
; The Open Saloon. I
:T1tio OpSn Snloon.:
II. i. S. RENOWN,
Halifax, N. S.,
Sept. 17, 1898.
Vacuum Oil Company,
Halifax, N. S. '
Gentlemen : We have been
using your 600 W Aineral
Cylinder Oil and Marine En
gine Oil for over a year, and I
can recommend them as giving
first-class lubrication in every
way, and they can be relied on
to do good work all around.
T. W. JOSE,
Pacific Hardware Co,, Lid,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian
uEmTlahsing & CO.,
210 King Stiieet.
.Stock u ml lioncls bought nnd hoUI umlor
tlio rnloN iiikI In tlio board
roomi of tlio
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Persons winlilng to obtain board nt
Mnkuuuo, Maul.ciin bo accommodated
at MltS. II. If. IIAILKY'S.
TurniH. 810 nor neck. 05541m
MADAMK I,K VANWAY, of 8. V.
MILS. I). K. CIIAMIJKItS, of N. Y.
73 Beretania street,
Honolulu, H. I.
ijj In many Designs and Patterns. We can mah'e any style
glH vehicle that you want.
IS Honolulu Carriage rianufactory
V. "XV. VVIilCiIIfI Prop'r.
g lost v i-'oitT STitnirr, aiiovk hotki.
LEE CDRTAIHS5?YODR OWN PRICE.
Wo havo 300 pairj of LA.OE OUKTAINS,
Avhicli wo will soil from
73 Cents to $7.50
A puir to olefin out tlio consignment.
CITY PDRN1TDEE STOBE.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Bloolc, B34-538 Fort Street.
A Few Days
We will sell some lines of
floods out at unheard-of prices
during the present week. You
need some things now, you
are constantly buying what we
have to sell. We will always
have what you want for sale,
but we must have room now.
You can save from 2$ per cent
to JO per cent on many articles
if you attend to the matter now
and do not let the opportunity
W,V. Dimond & Co,,
The People's Store,
School Tablets !
School Composition Books !
School Lunch Boxes!
And everything else
needed in school stationery,
P1U0ES ALWAYS RIGHT !
316 Fort Street,
N. S. Sachs Dry
WE ARE OFFERING 2
Special Inducements if
Domestic Department This Week. 1
. . . ."Wo havo just received .... Z
Our Second Big Shipment 3
LINEN and CGTTON TOWELS
Ranging from 35o. to 7.50 per doz. S
A Complete Assortment of 2
Honeycomb and Toilet Quilts
at PRICE THAT CAN'T BE BEAT.
tpirp IpJlplfigjp'fp'Jg' "i nii-JnjiJ,p)pjruirJ wiwrniiniiiwijiJl3awn3'SlwriCiarOplWfr?Jri3tiJWIplf(iifiviftai
Do not fail to examine this stock 1
POINTS TO TIIK II0UH wholl tlio
xnmu old question must bo miNwcrcil,
" Whoro Nlmll 1 buy my own iuhI my
boy's CLOTHING?" Going to trust to
luck or trtiHt nn ?
Hero you am get Hoyn'iuidClillilruns'
miitN from $1.60 up. i
.Men's KultH from $10 up In lino iill-
wool cHKHiiriero ; and in (JKAnll or
WHITE DUCK from ?rj up.
Yes, you cun trust 'thin stole, for we
represent our goods Just uhuo lielloe
them to bo, and CHKI3UFULLY nmkii
every wrong ItlOHT.
9 Hotel Street : : f ayorloy BlOCl
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Bend for Catalogue
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telopbono No. (170.
417 NUUANU ST.
Repair! fine compllcateJ Watches, Clocks, Musk
Boxes and Jewelry.
All work 6Uranteed. Thlrlytnejcars experience.
tv fi m
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer froni the Coaet.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, where the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is (lone repairing and new work
both. Pins, rlgs, bracelets, watch
H.G. BIART, -404FortSt.
Goods co. 1 1
Nonobsttor. Endorsod by tho
First Edition now ready.
PEIOE ONLY 10 CENTS.
Published and for salo only by
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
In the Circuit Conrt, First Circuit, of
the Hawaiian Islands.
IN TIIK MATTi:il OP THE ESTATE
of H. L. KoUiininiio, Jr., Minor. On
rending an.l fllhiB u,u petition of 8. L.
Kokum.ino, Gtmrdlim, piaylng for nn
prilorof wloof eertalnrc.,1 estmo bo
lo KhiK to mi .1 war.1 H.tuato at Kama,
kela, HoioUilii.Ouliu.iu Pilkoo, Molo-
kal, uihI In the III Alim of 1'unaula, In
tlio Aliupunn of Mapulelm, Molokal
anil Mtlli.g foith corliilu lemh rWw
why ,r, real estate .J'fi
It Hhoreby onlii,tliat the next of
kin of the mhl wnnl and all irons
n erenled In tho .,1 estate, ,,X
fore til, foi.it on. FJHDAY tie h
day of Xovember, A. I).. ibJh t 10
"'-""K a at tli'o Court loo,,, $&
Court, In Honolulu. Oal,, then ami
there to show causo why ,, ,""
Uy tho Court:
Tliioolulu, October , iui.m.
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