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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 19, 189&
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DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19, 1898
Another pnrrison pny (lay is in
Bight. Look out for firo works.
"When tho steamer Centennial
conies into port we mny expect to
eeo tho rew Seattle lino clear for
nctiou. If the ship's fly Jim Dill's
flag at tho foro thoro's liable to he
It iB rather funny that J ml go
Wilcox sliojld bo called to "dnnce
on tho carpet" by tho military
authorities. Ouo thing is certain,
the jiulgo will never try to craw
fish from any statomouts tnndo in
Lato cablo dospatohes Bay that
Germany mny now bo cla9sod as
favorable to the American expan
Bion policy in tho Orient. Yet
tho public is just aB much in the
dark regarding Germany's policy
as it has ever been.
All hough somo of tho brine
boys in blue have fallen by the
wayside in Honolulu it is safo to
prpdict that when tho return arn
all in the Honolulu garrison will
show the smallest peiccntngo of
deaths of any campaign cam p.
Shall tho United Sta'e.s (.uiiniii
tee tho Philippine dobt is u pro
bleni the Pence Commission is
said to bo roneidoring. Imiwjcp
ought to bfl happy over tho uiii.ex
ntion proposition cf Undo Sain
endorses tho Spanish colonial
While Minnenpolis and St.
Paul wore excited over an actunl
Indian outbreak, the crowds at
Omaha found aniusemoDt in
watching u sham Indian fight on
the Exposition grounds. Yet it is
sometimes asseited that civilized
races do not find ploasuro in tho
works of His Satanic Mnjesly.
Marked copies of S.JI. Damon's
statements rocarding new banks
onglit to bo sent to Tacoma. It
will bo a pood thing for tho peo
ple to know that theie aro corpoi
ation bcro willing to give the new
competitor tho'clnd hand and toll
thorn to go ahead to win what
thoy can got iu fair business deal
ings. Car load lots of cigarottos are
being shipped to Manila to sup
ply tho demand from tho Ameri
can trrops. Tho Spaniard is uot
tho only one to bo pointed out as
a cigarette fiend. It is to be
hoped, however, that the olusivo
coffin tack will not lead tho yan
koo soldiery to the pathway of
lloports from Paris do not in
dicato tliat tho Spnnish aro put
ting up a very serious fight
ngauiRt American occupation of
the Philippiiu'H. For local poli
tical rpaFotiB it is natural that tho
Spanish coirmir-Monom muwl
mnk at lost a show nl" nppnsi
tion. That tho nuBietuncn of mij
of tlie Pi wow I'ati be depended
upon to oppo r th" United States
eeems highly improlmblo.
TACOMA mull!! FIIOM.
Mauaging Editor Ilendorson of
tho Tacoma Ledgor haB put tho
people of his section on their boot
taps regarding tho condition of
American trade in this territory.
Ho haB represented that the local
business is coutroled by monopo
lies and that ovoiy barrier has
boen placed in tho pathway of tho
now Seattlo lino. Ho thou points
to tho altitudo expressed by me
morial to delay the extension of
American laws. As a result of
theso ropresontations tho Ledgor
editorially says: "To grant these
requests would bo a violation of
our laws, and thoro could bo no
reason for such violation in any
oventj undor tho conditions that
obtain in Hawaii, to allow such
violations in o'rdor to continuo
such conditions would bo a crimo."
Whether Houdorson is right re
garding tho opposition to tho in
troduction of new enterprises is of
courso a matter on which all will
not agree. Tho people hero
are of courso going to hold
fast to what advantages they havo
and tho best man wins. That is a
It is ovidont, howover, that tho
American forces aro gathering
strength ovoiy day to influence
tho rapid extension of American
tarill, immigration and coastwise
laws ta this torritory, aud the
chauces aro that they will bo suc
cessful. Arthur Sowall has stirred
up tho shipping men aud Hender
son has prodded I'ugct Sound.
The local lesson attached to
this should bo a spocdy recogni
tion of tho fact that our merchauts
aro running against a tough pro
position when thoy attempt to
"buck tho center" of American
business interests, It is not sur
prising that various commercial
organizations aro nngry nt being
warned off Hawaiian grass, after
having forwarded so many peti
tions favoring annexation. The
men who ought to bo friends of
the torritory are now in the rnuks
of the enemy. Though tho pres
sure thoy o.crt may not bo fell
now it is bound to bob up serone
ly uhen Hawaii puts it requests
from timo to time Ijeforo Cougress.
.Iiulut Wiliot Hhi1 I.tltirf to Attor
ney Diit In.
There was another tiff in tho
Police Court this morning bo
twoen Judo Wilcox and Attorney
Dnvis. Tho latter became vory
excited at timos and brought forth
sovoral lectiiroa from Judge Wil
cox. Aa attorney for tho defense,
he nnido objection after objection
during tho progress of the case of
Dnto for BSMiiilt anti battery. All
of theso were overruled.
At one timo, Judge Wilcox,
after eonio conversation had beou
gone through with, said ho
wn-i glad to see that
Mr. Davis conducted himself in
n bfconiiiig manner at eomo stages.
Air. Davis said ho had never had
any trouble in uuy other court.
Judge Wilcox referred to a little
mattor nt contempt in anothor
court when Attorney Davis jump
ed to his feet and said: "Yes,
before Judge P.-rrey. That's all a
man can expect from him or any
of Iii'h class."
This got certain Portiiguoso
lawyers very angry and ono
throatonod to make Mr. Davis
"oat hiB words."
Mr. DaviH had moro trouble
later. His client, on boiuc found
guilty of assault and battery, im
mediately paid over the lino of SIO
aud, notwithstanding tho protosta
turns ol tlio attornoy, rofused to
nppeal. Mr. Davis had already
written out tho appeal.
At thiB, Mr. Davis declared ho
would nover try another caso be
foro Judgo Wilcox.
Tliw I.iiat Cur.
Tho last cars of tho King Btroot
lino going to Waikiki and Palaraa
pass tho Anchor Saloon. Tho
cleverest mixologists in tho oitv
aro thore ahvayB to put you up
anything you may desiro. Drop
in and tako a drop before vou tako
tho car. Tho celebrated Soattlo
lieor is to bo had here on draught.
A full lino of liquora including
John Dowar's Scotoh, O. P. S.,
etc., always on hand. The most
exacting and varied demands can
be satisfied. Tho Anchor Saloon
is hero to plcaso its patrons.
H. M. S. RENOWN,
Halifax, N. S.,
Sept. 17, 1898.
Vacuum Oil Company,
Halifax, N. S.
Gentlemen : We have been
using your 600 W AMneral
Cylinder Oil and Aarine 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,
ii mm i
Sole Agents lor the Hawaiian
210 Kino Stiiket.
Stock it ml Honds linnglit nntl sold under
tho rules ami In tho board
rooms of the
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Persons wishing to obtain board nt
Mnknwno, Maul, can lio accommodated
at MRS. 11. II. HAII.KY'S.
Tonus, $10 iwrweok. 055-Om
A1ADA.MI: LI-! VAXWAY, nf K. !'.
MltS. I). :. C'1UMI11:S, of N. V.
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1 NEW CARRIAGES I
H In many iJi'siiib and Patterns. We can make any style
a vciucic tliat you want.
I Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
TV. A". AVIICJIIT, Prop'r.
Wo lmvo 300 pairs of LAOE OUKTAIXS,
wliicli "vo will sell from
A pair to clean out
CITY FUEN1TDEB STOEE.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Blooifc, 534-536 Fort Street.
A Few Days
We will sell some lines of
moods 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 ?0 per cent on many articles
if you attend to the matter now
and do not let the opportunity
W. W. Dimond & Go,
The People's Store,
kout STiun-rr, aiiovi: uoti:i.. ii
YOUR OWN PRICE.
lias just rccoivcil a now lino
of TABLETS ami PAPET
ERIES with tho Stars and
Stripes on each shoot of paper,
with Envoi opos to match.
Also, DEWEY TABLETS,
something now and at right
prices. Now foroign mail
stationery! Elegant tinted
Papotorios at 25o a hox !
HogularGOc Tablets at 35c
each! Regular 25o Tablots
at 20c each ! A Special Tab
let for tho Boys in Bluo at
a si'KcrAiiiA' low l-uior.!
316 Fort Street,
N. S. Sachs Dry
Domestic Department This Week. 3
. . ."Wo havo juBt
Our Second Big Shipment 3
LINEN and COTTON TOWELS
Ranging from 35c. to 7.50 per doz. 2
A Complete Assortment of f
Honeycomb and Toilet Quilts
at PRICE THAT CAN'T BE BEAT. S
Oo not fail to examins this stock.
Wo MippoMi, lumowr, tlmt there nro
Homo people on the IslmuN who Imag
ine that our tnlk ulxmt our
Is "llrag." If there were not hucIi peo
ple wo would be m.'UInk nil tho inon'x
ulothi-H worn In town. If any nmn who
tlilnkH tills way will come hero anil buy
one of these kuUh, iiiul after lie getH It
home llniln It faulty In style, lit, mate
rial ami ilnlsh, and decides it 1m nut
worth w lint ho paid for It, wo will glvo
him his money baek w Ithout n rpilbble.
Think a little! Such u contnut Is u
Icgiil eontract, and no oll'or could bo
9 Hotel Street
Aijonts for Dr. Doimol's Lluen-Meab
Underwear. Bond for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
417 NUUANU ST.
Repairs tint complicate! Witches, Clocki, Music
Doits and Jewelry.
All work guaranteed. Thirty five years experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last Bteumer from tho Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, where the
BEST CUSTOM WORK ,
la tlono repairing anil new worh
t')lh. Hub, rlga, liriiceleu, watch
H. G. B1ART, - 404i Fort St.
Goods co. 1 1
received . . ,
None bettor. Endorsed by tho
First Edition now ready,
F1U0E ONLY 10 CENTS.
Published iuid for snlo only by
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
FOR SALE, CHEAP,
, . cT , ,wlth a 2!"rso ixiwor UNION
OASOLINK ENGINK.nmi till iioeowary
Motros, Swltchos, etc., in llrst-clnss riin
nliiB onlorj wimo enn bo easily run by
any Borvant In n vory short timo. The
coIIh eniinot lmcklo or Hhort circuit.
Kor fiirtlior.liiforiimtlon apply at the
Hawaiian Kloctrio Co. 1037-tf
nu. wood has iu:moa'i:i) his
lloMik'iu-o to Tlumtoii AMiinio. Tlio
OIllet'H on Iloretanla Mieol nic rutalnuil.
Olllro liours afior OitnlMir l&th will be:
t to 11 a. in.; lijo I p. iji.j7::J0to8:30
p. in. Sundays: 0 to 11 u. m. only.
Olllen Toloplxmo No. L.
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