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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, B. 1., OCTOBER 14, 1898.
ubIWied Lvery Rjy. except Sunday. t io Klnf
street Honolulu II I . by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
V. R FAHRINGTON
DANIEL LCKiAN .
8ome Ofhce '250. LJItorUI Room, 100.
Poitoffice Uox. W4
FRIDAY, OCT. 11, 1808
The Hinghiiiiitou Company of the
New York u'tfiini'iit wtnilil yivo u
inoiitlin' wngns to linvo omitnr
Henry Washington nt tlio bend (if
tho regimonlal cornmiesnry de
partment. Fnilurn of tho Houolulu busi
ness coinmuuity to respond to the
offer of "'1 he Sunset" publication
indicates that Honolulu docH nol
enro for free ntlvcrtiHiiif!. There V
nothing slow about Ililo on this
From the vnrinuH repoits cor
respondents ive of the notfs that
pissed hotucui tho American ntid
Germnn ndinirnls nt Muiiln.
Dowey would bo n bnd mnu to
rnoet in tlio great Ameiican game
Judging from Cui-toin Houpe
returns tho population of there
island is increasing at a rapid
rate. During tho past mouth
thoro have boon 3103 nrrivals and
only 407 departures. Tlio Asia
tics as nsual stnnd at the head of
Tho successor of Judgo Hitch
cock is a political problem the np
pointivo power and Ililo have now
to solve. Thero is not likdy to
bo a lack of candidates. One of
the features that will be carefully
followed is whether tho status of
previous candidates will be affect
ed by the expression of political
opinions since iitiiifxntiun.
A Cleveland despatch ! les
that Senator Kylo has ilwi'il
the free silver rinks and u ill eimn
declare his allegiance to Mark
Hanua and tho republicans. .h
Kyle was one of the pionet-i s'hc r
ndvocates in tho United Stubs
Senate, this eliango of Cmm t if
truo, will ciiusc a stampede in the
free silver ranks.
The current number of Ilarpor's
Monthly linn an interstinc article
on the Sirtiago canipiiyn by
Caspar Whi'uey. From this
source as w til as ever) other so
far heard from, about ihe only
general in that campaign who did
not hliov unlimited peisounl
bravery on tlia fighting line
was General Shutter. Although
the commanding geneial is rift
supposed to e o-o hinihelf to any
great extent, Whitney iudicates
that Shaftt r did not personal!
recounoiter the advance position
nt nny time. Thero seems to be
no one ready to come to SliHfter's
reseuo and provo him to bo a
Unless there is iiglitiim in (he
vicinity of lMriug, probably no
one but tlio higher authrritis will
ever know whether tlio sending of
American ships to Chum is tho
result of the AiihIc-Aiho ictti ut -derstandiug
or not. One pa'ticu
lttr point !b brought to notieo.
Tho lime was when the United
States authorities were in the ha
bit of saving "our iit ""sis will
be looked aft. r by Gieat lbitnin "
Now when the friendship b twon
the United States and Gicut Uri
tain is more curdiaj than ever bo
foro. the department nt Washing
ton finds it m?cosRary to send war
ships to tin sceno of pos-iblo
trouble. Call it an understanding
or what you will, there's no niie
takinc the fact that the American
ships are going to bo on hand to
givo a display of "benevolent neu
trality" if the occasion requires.
ltn:srio.NH UK CVMHDACY.
Oi o of the peculiar f aturo of
American political lifo is tlmt Hie
peoplo forovor mo'irning over tho
failure of "fiist class men" to go ac
tivelv into politics are nlo the lirnt
ones to cry down candidates with
tho neaerlion that thoy are "ollico
seek is." The Mug vamp tniuil is
past fiiiding out. It wants active
men to tike part in politics and
when the desire is gratified the of
fice seeker is immediately jumped
This spirit obtains to n, largo de
gree among the good sized Mug
wuuip repieseutatiou which Houo
lulu po'se-ses. Tho minute a man
shows ii disposition to go forward
in local politics, ho is immediately
put down as having aspirations nud
looked upon as having some pur
pose to gain other than tho proper
service- of the people. Should a
member of the present Cabinet
como out ns a caudidato for gov
ernor, tho Mugwumps would im
mediately draw tho conclusion that
ho had personal feeliug toward
President Dole aud was soekiug to
turn tho chief executivo down and
do him personal injury. It is a gen
erally accepted fact that at leat
some members of thuCabint would
not object to tho governorship
lightning striking thorn, and it is
fair to presume the "hold back" is
due to tho probable impression
that they would bo popularly re
garded aa porsoual enemies of Pre
sident Dole who is supposed to be
This sentiment is ono of the
worst that can nfllicta free people.
Its result is a degree of political
hypocrac' mom damaging to pub
lic sentiraont than themtu'liinatious
of w ft id bosscc The iniluence is
tnuuid a wailing policy that fig
ures out which way tho cat is to
jump and then swing in with the
victoie. Its pouor is auninst the
oxpros-ioi of liono-t opinion nud a
willingness to stand or fall as the
principles expressed may bo en
dorsed or rt joctod.
To hold a public ollico is an
honor, aud a m in is not to be
condemned if ho has aspiiations
Tho man willing to enter a fight
foi ollice whether appointive or
elective, should be respected far
more than tho one awaiting with
declared listlessuess an opportu
nity to gam tho object of his aspi
rations by viituro of assumed in
difference. Kln'tti Hml Muiiittt l."u.
The Keauhou had communica
tiou with the Mauua Loa at l'una
luu, Knu. Tho information was
giwn out there tlmttimotheMaunn
Loa beat the Kiuau to Lnhaina
14 minutes, this nut taking into
account iho number of minutns
start ahead of thoKithm from this
In all probability the Kiuau
stopped at Knunakakai, ns she
was on tho boards to do that. This
would menu a different course nud
a delay. Then again, it is not
generally bolieved along the water
fiont that the Mauua Loa wns
piiMlied ns sho liHd, just before
lenving, had repairs to her shaft
that would not, on tho first trip,
admit of it.
Thero was an enthusiastic pn.l
thoring of thirty or moro young
Hawaiian siugers in Anon hall
IftHt tllrvllt- A dllnrt luiainnaa ...nil
...w. .q.... ........... uuuiiiuon llirui-
ing was held aud then camo the
...-i. ....: it .
nun ,n kiiiuh uvur uirt'u pieces
under the dinctiou of Mr. llich
nrds. Ono of those was nrrnuged
by Mr. Itiehnrds himself.
If tho young HawaiiaiiH only
know what they were missing in
tho line of instruction and genuine
pleasure, they would flock to Anon
hnll. However, thirty is n vory
good beginning. Moro will bo
sure to tollow.
At I lift nfirl l,f tbrt Olnnlnn .1 ...nn
.... ...w wHM ... ...v, "'"tj.Ut;, it WC1D
decided that tho next meeting of
iho singers bo hold on Friday,
October 21. At that time, a rogu
lar night aud perhaps, n different
hall, will bo decided on.
H. M. AVhitney, nostor of the
Hawaiian press, returned yester
day fioin a ploHsai.t trip thiough
Southern California. Tho Bul
lktin is indebted to Mr. Whit
ney for copies of Into evening Sau
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 Hardware Co., Hi,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian
GRAB, LAHSING & CO.,
210 Kino Stiieet.
Stock and llonds bought and Hold untlor
tho ruloH and tn tho board
rooms of tlio
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Persons wishing to obtain board nt
Mukauuo, Mntil, ran bo accommodated
at MRS. II. II. IIAILHY'S.
ToruiH, $10 poruouk. 055-0111
MADAMKI.KVANWAY, of S. V.
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73 Bcrct.ini.i street,
Honolulu, H. I.1
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CITY EMmrUEE" STORE.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love BlocK, 534-536 Fort Street.
A Few Days
We will sell some lines of
coods out at unheard-of prices
during the present week. You
need some things now, ydu
are constantly buying what we
have to sell. We will always
have what you want for sale,
but we must have room now.
You can save from 2$ per cent
to SO per cent on many articles
if you attend to the matter now
and do not let the opportunity
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lias .just received a new lino
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Also, DEWEY TABLETS,
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liogiilnr 50o Tablets at 35o
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