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THE EVETNG BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 13, 1898.
Published Cvery Day, except Sunday, at aio KlnR
street, Honolulu. II I , by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COAIPANY.
Silliness Oftice U5U. EJItorUI Rooms, 1UU.
PoStofflCe IloX, 404.
THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 18!)8
Tho time U fnet npproncliing
when enndidntos for local ofliccs
will havo to doclnro tliemsehes.
Mon in tho fiRlitiuR front nro not
nfraid of tho additional responsibi
lities tho Philippines offer. It is the
etny-nt-homes of politicnl lifo who
nro crying "keep off tho Rrnt-s."
Reports of tho chartering of the
stennior Centennial to go on tho
City of Columbia ronto mnkes it
propor to conclude that tho Pugot
Sound people aro in the fight to
Harpers Weekly Bays tho time
is n pj for tho formation of
now party lines. Tho Domocrats
and Mugwumps eeom to bo tho
only ones in need of a now party
and they need it badly.
Tho Bulletin straw ballot on
tho Baloon question shows n pro
portion of twenty to ono against
any change from previous regula
tions. Tho tomporonce forces ovon
aro divided ns to tho wisdom of the
Tho vote on prohibition in Ca
nada showed that only ono fourth
of tho voters of tho Dominion car
ed to oxpross nu opinion ou tho
subject. It further demonstrates
that as a national movement pro
hibition is a dead letter.
Tho outbreak of tho Chipporvas
in Minnesota indicates that tno in
dians nro by no means dead yet.
Tho fiorco fighting that will bo dc
mnuded in this campaign will
overshadow anything that the
Spanish soldiery dffered.
Ono of tho developments of the
Congressional campaign is the
disposition of tho Ilopublicans to
ward out nud out declaration foi
the gold standard. In 1390, the
Republican policy wns to got a
close to silver as was possible.
Now tho Ilopublicans stand square
ly and unreservedly for tho gold
3omo ono suid that when annex
ation was accomplished the large
local holders of sugnr securities
would unload on foreign capital
ists. The Hawaiian Commercial
deal has no suggestion of n gener
nl looal unloading. Annexation of
tho Philippines, Cuba aud Porto
Rico has no perceptible chilling
effect on long headed business
mon of Hnwnii.
Whou tho schedules of tho now
steamship lines are made up, it iB
to be hoped that tho arrangements
of tho various lines will not bo Buch
that wo shall havo three steamers
in ono day and none for tho fol
lowing three woeks. Alroady tho
number of stpamers calling nt Ho
nolulu is sufficient to give a week
ly service to and from tho Coast.
The bunching of tho stoamois
may bo nrtistic but it U not ns
convenient as it might bo.
General Whooler has given the
block eyo to tho Domocrats who
seek to mako political capital out
of tho conduct of tho war. His
testimony boforo tho investigating
board was not a lurid oondemnn
tion of the depaitmout ho through
will havo some suggestions to make
when ho returns to Congress. No
mnn in tho whole campaign hns
done moro hard fighting tlnin
"Wheeler, and no family luw Buf
fered more sorrow from tho fat ol
wnr. What Wheolpr says will
carry no littlo weight throughout
n ,-AT,: j"
J ml go Hitohcook was tho
"Fighting Joo Wheeler" of Ha
waiian life. Mr. Hitchcock's doath
removes a personality from these
islands, n character that stood out
prominently among his fellows, a
man, who, when ho thought ho
was right, could not bo swerved
from his course by all tho influence
earthly powers could muster. In
tho political, moral and social lifo
of tho rou u try thero was uever
any question of whoro Judge
Hitchcock stood. Ho was flat-
footed in his expressions, terso aud
to point; ho bolicvcd in going
nfter enemies with n sharp stick.
Being always true to his frionds,
ho never could bo untruo to thoso
who opposed him in publio life.
With him all was opon and abovo
board; thoro was no meally
mouthed hypocritical front with a
kuifo randy to stab an opponent
in tho back when opportunity
offered. If men did not liko Mr.
Hitchcock they always respected
him. Diplomacy was recognized
as a good thing but it did not oxist
in tho Judge's mako up in large
quantities aud ho know it.
If any criticism should be
placed upon Judge Hitchcock's
caroer it is that ho was too posi
tiro for his own good. Tho world
would bo hotter, tho hypocrites
fowor and mankind happier if
this samo criticism could bo pass
ed upon moro men in activo pub
Caroline Miskol Hoyt's death is
a sorious loss to tho American
stigo. Mrs. Hoyt stood high in
her profession, but moro than
this sho was a high type of Amc
rican womanhood. With no par
ticular aspirations to create ro
forms in tho profession, hur ox
omplary lifo bid fair to accom
plish moro to this ond thnu hns
boon done by many who started in
with sounding trumpots,nnd wound
up in smnko.
Managing Editor Henderson of
the TncoiiM Ledger who camo
hero on tho City of Columbia
writes to his paper: "Honolulu
is a hard proposition. It has tho
bus in oas nocessnry to make tho
Puget Sound nnd Hawaii line a
success, but it will require a Napo
leon in finance and a Richelieu in
atful intrigue to secure it. In
ttio first placo, as a pioneer says,
This is not a uow country. Peo
plo mako a mistake in thinking
io. Honolulu has boon doing
business for 75 years, and was on
tho map boforo Puget Sound waB
kuowu.' " Pooplo of tho Sound
will evidently havoroason to know
that in ordor to gain tho trndo of
Hawaii, they must work for it. The
business is not kicking around
loose waiting to bo picked up.
Tho condition of tho popular sen
timent "up north" may bo dis
cribed as the "Pugot Sound nwak
ouing." sad m:vh.
Jullui llolhiir "I Point of Uemii In
Tho item on nnother pngp, tolling
of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hoting's
arrival at Broracu, nud tho poor
health ol Mr. HotioK. come bv
tho Btoatner City of Pokinc. Word
has now been recoivod bv the
Alamedn that Mr. Hoting wn3
supposed to bo dying. Ho had
leen uncoiiBoions for two dayH.
Mr. Hoting Bold hie interest in
tho firm of ?. A. Schaofer & Co.
a fow months ago, owing to brok
en health, nnd nfter settling his
affairn loft, with Mrs. Hotincr aud
son Carl, to spend tho rest of his
days iii his Fatherland. Tho
dauchtflr, Tillio, line boon nursu
ing hor education in Gormnuy for
u year or two past.
Mr. Hoting hud lived in Hono
lulu mauy years, and his wife is a
sister 01 Mr. Wioko, tho cabinot
maker, and was born horo. Until
Mr. llotincr's donarturn ho linrl
beon ConBiufor Chili a number of
The dooppst sympathy will bj
rii 1... i.: i. "S.1 -r
tun uy uiiM uumiiiiuniy wmi lurs.
Hoting and children in their
H. M. S. RENOWN,
Halifax, N. S.,
Sept. 17, 1898.
Vacuum Oil Company,
Halifax, N. S.
Gentlemen : We have been
using your 600 W Mineral
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 ilukn Co,, Ltd.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian
210 King Street.
Stock mid Ilomls bought and sold undor
tho rules nnd In tho board
rooms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Makawno, Maul, can bo accommodated
at MRS. 11. 11. UAILKY'S.
Tonus, $10 poruook. 95G-Gm
MADAME I.K VANWAY, of S. F.
MILS. I), i:. CHAMHERS, of X. Y.
73 Beretnnia street,
Honolulu, H. 1.
il In many Designs and Patterns. We can make any style
fea vehicle that
H! Hrtt-inliilii r.'ii'i'ioft'o notiiifarTAMr m
m -VV. AV. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
g 1034 V FORT STHKET, A1IOVE HOTEL
LACE CUTAINSYOUR OWN PRICE.
Wo luivo 300 pairs of LAOE CURTAINS,
which wo will soil from
75 OorL"tjs to S7.50
A pair to clean out tho consignment.
CITY FUENITUEB STORE,
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager. v
Love Blocls., 534-538 Fort Street.
A Few Days
We will sell some lines of
doods out at unheard-of prices
during the present week. You
need some things now, you
are constantly buying what we
have to sell. We will always
have what you want for sale,
but we must have room now.
You can save from 2$ per cent
to !0 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,
School Tablets !
School Composition Books !
School Straps !i
School Lunch Boxes!
And everything olso
needed in school stationery,
PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT !
316 Fort Street,
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods co. 1 3
WE ARE OFFERING EJ
Special Inducements 3
Domestic Department This Week. 3
."Wo havo jiiBt
Our Second Big Shipment
LINEN and COTTON TOWELS
Ranging from 35c. to $7.50 per doz.
A Complete Assortment of
at PRICE THAT CAN'T BE BEAT.
Do not fail to examine this stock. 1
points to Tnr. Horn wiion tho
wiiiio old question must bo niiswurocl,
" Wlioro ahull I buy my own nml my
boy'H CLOTHING ?" Going to trilht to
luck or trust us T
Hero you can get Iloys'umlCliiltlrunH
suits from ?1.5U up.
Mlmi'h HultH from $10 up in fluo nil
wool (iiSMlmere ; anil in CltASII or
WHITE DUCK from $0 up.
Yes, you can trust this store, for wo
roprosent our goods Just us wo lH!lioe
them to bo, and CIIKEHKUW.Y mnko
overy wrong 1UOHT.
9 Hotel Street : : Wayerley BlOCl
Agents for Dr. Beimel's Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolopliono No. 070.
417 NUUANU ST.
Repairs fins complicated Watches, Clocks, Music
Doxes anJ Jewelry.
All work euaranieeJ. Thtrty-fiveicars experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By lost steamer from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, whore the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is done repairing and new work
both. Plus, rl'Ags, bracelets, watch
H. G. BIART, - 404 Fort St.
Nono bottor. Endorsed by tho
First Edition now ready,
PRICE 6NLY 10 CENTS.
Pnblisbod and for snlo only by
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
In the Circalt Court, First Circuit, of
the Hawaiian Islands.
IN THE MATTER OF THE INSTATE
of K. L. Kckumano, Jr., Minor. On
rending nml filing tho petition of 8. L.
Kokuumiiu, Gunrdiuu, praying for an
ordor of Halo of certain roal estnto be
longing to said ward sltimto at Kuiun
kolii, Honolulu, Oahu, nt Pukoo, Molo
knl, nud In tlio 111 Aiua of Puunuln, In
tho Aluipuun of Mnpiilehu, Motokal
and sotting foith certain legnlj reasons
why such real ostato should, bo sold.
It Is horeby ordered, Unit tho' next of
kin of tho said ward and all' porsons
interested In the said ostate, appear bo
foro this Court on PItlDAY, the 4th
dny of November, A. D., 1808. at 10
o'clock n. in., lit tho Court Itoom of this
Court, in Honolulu. Oahu, then nnd
thoro to show cause why an ordor
should not bo granted for tho S llo of
lly tho Court:
P. I). KEIiLKTT, JR.
Honolulu, October B, 1898.
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