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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., OCTOBER 21, 1898.
PjbllsheJ Every Diy, except Sunday, at io King
street, Honolulu, II I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COAIPANY.
W. R. TAKRINOTON Editor
tUNIEL ICXJAN ... City EJItor
Per month, an where In Hawaiian IslanJs ...J .75
Pexjear " " " ou
Per year, rostpalJ to America, CanaJa orMexIco to 00
Perear, postpal.1 otW foreign countries .. ..ijoo
WPavaMe Invarlallv In advance.
Dimness Ofhce 5. EJltorlal Rooms, 1U0.
PoMoffice Ilnx, 404.
FHIDAY, OCT. 21, 1898.
The ouly thing for Gonornl
King nuil Judge Wilcox to do
now is to fight n duel.
ThnnkB to the good nousn of the
boys in bluo, gnnisou pnydny enn
now lie nnssntl without the use of
au exclamation point.
If thu number of now brinks are
any criti ii u the wealth of Hawaii
bids fair t iiu-rcnso several hun
dred percent undor tho iufluenco
outiful and healthful if water can
bo put on the laud. Tho military
officiuls will have to como to tho
samo solution that tho plantation
managers ami real ostato men
havo reachod driven wolls and
pumps. Doubtloas ouo of
tho hardest foatures for tho mili
tary authorities to ovorcomo is to
couvinco tho Washington author
ities of tho necessity for appropri
ntious. Tho city water systom is
taxed closo if not quite to its full
capacity in supplying presout do
mands, and tho situation is such
that tho army will bo practically
forced to act indopondontly un
Iofs tho presont system is enlarged
nt a raoro rapid rato than now
As consul to the new American
torritory, tho peoplo of Hawaii ex
tend their aloha to Consul Yanu
Wei Pin. There is not another
section ovor which floats tho Am
ericau ilng, whwro tho Chineso aro
received with more consideration
Our morning contemporary is
getting educated. Only n fw dayw
ago it wipoly nniioui cud that rnly
n few Americans hail formed de
finite opinions icfjardiug the re
tention of tho Philippine Islands
Now just tho opposite is asserted
to bo true.
llecurding tlio Provit-ional Oov
ornmont of tho Cuban Itopublic
Genet al Garcia Buys: "1 deny
tho legality of tho action of the
so-culled provisional goernment.
That fieri)tnout is c mpot-ed of
only two persons. They cinuot
form iiiquuiuin. Their nets are
not legal, in the atmy wo do not
nav nnv attention to this little
clique playing at povenun nt."
And this iB the govern nit utnl
tunic l'resutont -UeKinlev was
urged to recognize. Tho Pit-si-dout'B
sound 80DF0 and the dis
closures of Iho war in Cuba put
tho speculator who bought Cuban
lauds in much tlio same position
as the man who cot in front of a
Tho New York Democrats in
their platfonn state that "A Dem
ocratic Congiess will, if chosen
by tho people, rigidly investigate
tho conduct of tho war and oxpose
and piuiiuh all who may ho ros
pousiblo for tho unnecessary
deaths, privations and suiToriugs
of tho soldiers." Tho party that
will gain tho v.ites is the one that
will guarantco a general reform
ation of wni department methods
to prevent a repetition of tho mis
takes of tho lust campaign. The
prosont trouble steins to bo that
Oougress whethor Republican or
Democratic ha altogether too
much to say about the dotuils of
tho dopartmoiit. What is neoded
ib to get tho war department on
tiroly out of politics.
aiimy 'mi imiuiim:mh.
Officials in charge of tho loca
tion of tho army barracks have
tho samo probloms to solvo that
tho real Ontato mon havo mot, in a
city fast outflowing its presout
limitations high ground and
water. The tondency of city
growth in touiud tho hills and it
is particularly piopor that tho
gariison should niovo in that
direction to keep tho health of its
one to two thousand population
up to tho B'ain'jiul. Although
mnuy of the hills offer nt pres
ont a fcibidclirc aspoct, thoro is
not a iioctiou of M.is felnud that
cannot ho maile comfortnblo, be-
Tho Iruo New England spirit of
rPlinnlrariilitirv fliiv null lift lirollivllt
....u..ut,.....b ...v - --.
iuto tho talk of a dinner for tho
Ihnvn nt tlm rmrrinon. if the bovs
themsolves aro taken into account
in tho preparations for thodinnot.
In tho homos whoro Thanks
giving day originated vistors tako
as much interest iu tho baking of
tho turkey, dishing the cranborry
Bunco and making tho mitico pies
as tho hosts.
Let tho Committoo of Ouo
Huudred or nuy other committee
interested call for tho appoint
ment of a similar committee from
tho boys in camp. Th"ro aro lots
of men thero who have tho time
and would henrtily onjoy the
work of assisting in tho collection
of food. Let tho garrifon boye
boil the coffee, wait on tho tablos,
decorato tho drill shed or tho
public grounds allotted. This
would 'bring a spirit of homo like
interest into the nffair that would
bo pppreciated by towns people
and boys in blue. Many families
in ttwn would bo glad to furnish
foot), but for them to tnko active
clmige of the affair might break
up many home gatherings which
usually mark tho day. Tho meu
at tho garrison are gentlemen and
know that it is not a spirit of sol-
fishuess that prompts tho desiro
of many local people to let noth
ing inteifero with tho home par
ties plnnned for this auuual
By an arrangement whereby
tho men of the gairison can take
a promiiiHiit and aetivo.part, tho
kinduosn and nttoution of local
people will bo fully appreciated
and hearty good will prevail. The
people of this and other islauds
will gladly furnish the food, and
it certainly will not ho distustiful
to tho meu nt the garrisou to have
charge of carrying out tho goueral
The 1ji1 Car.
The last cars of tho King street
lino going to Waikiki and Palatini
pass tho Anchor Saloou. The
cleverest mixologists in tho city
are Hiero always to put you up
anything you may desiro. Drop
in ana tako a drop hoforoyou tako
tho car. Tho colobrated Seattle
beer is to bo had horo on drought.
tv full lino of linuors mcludinc;
John Downr's Scotch, 0. P. 8.,
etc., always on hand. Tho most
oxacting and varied demands can
bo satisfied. The Anchor Saloon
iB her to ploaso its patrous.
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,
Ho Hardware Co., lid.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian
MAIUM1'. Li: VANWAY, of s. 1".
MRS. 1). K. CIIAMHKItS, of X. Y,
73 Beretnnia street,
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Carpentering, Cabin Making,
ETC . .
-: 7'JH Fort street.
WAII klnjs of lotblne faithfully anJ rrnmrtlv
Store Counters and Fixtures,
MaJc to order artMleally.
SMITH, I'OWi:M..V. CO ,
724 Tort street.
Twenty scars experience. All work gtnranueJ.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods co.
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WE ARE OFFERING J
Special Inducements e
Domestic Department This Week.
."Wo havo just received.
Our Second Big Shipment 3
LINEN and COTTON TOWELS
Ranging from 35c. to 7.50 per doz.
....ALSO. . . .
A Complete Assortment of 3
Honeycomb and Toilet Quilts
at PRICE THAT CAN'T BE BEAT. 3
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Do not fail to examins this stock. j
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via tu' unf m m iw
In many Designs anJ Patterns. We can make any style
vehicle that you want.
II Honolulu Carriage rianufactory
m AV. TVr. AVlIGSIIT, Prop'r
Eji ioji rouT sTitKi-rr, aiiovi: uorr.u
Saturday Evening, Oct 22.
ic Kilohana Art League
"IJUAU AND FOIHIKAK,"
"YOUR OWN PRICE.
300 pairs of LAOE OU11TAIXS,
Avliicli avo Avill soil from
73 Cents to $7.50
A psiir to clean out tlio consiginnont.
CITY EDM1T0EE STORE.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Bloolc, 534-536 Fort Street.
"A Moduij Lovmt "
tSy.Souts on wilo nt tlio ISordoin
Mulo Stoio, cuinoi of 1'oit mid JSoro
Umlii streets, 1011-til
A Few Days
We will sell some lines of
troods 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 JO 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,
lias just received a now lino
of TABLETS and PAPET
EIUES with the Stars and
Stripes on oaoli slieot of papor,
with Envelopes to match.
Also, DEWEY TABLETS,
something now and at right
prices. Now foreign mail
stationery! Elogant tinted
Papotories at 25o a hox !
ltcgular 50e Tablets at 35o
each! Regular 25e Tablets
nt 20o each ! A Special Tab
let for tho Boys in Bluo at
a sit.ciaijIv low iuien!
316 Fort Street,
Wo Mipposo, liooer, that thoro nro
homo peoplo on tlio Islands who liimg
ino tliat our talk about our
Is"llriig." If there were not wich peo
ple wo would he sellliiK all tho iiioii'h
olotlios worn In town. If any man who
thinks tills way will como hero and buy
one of thee suits, and after he gets It
home llnds It faulty In stylo, lit, mate
rial mid ilnlsli, uiul ileddes it 1m not
worth what ho paid for it, wo will (jlvo
him Ills, money back without a quibble.
Think n little! Such contract la n
legal contract, and no oiler could bo
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Delmol'a Llnen-Mcsb
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
None bettor. Endorsed by tho
First Edition now ready.
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We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolephono No 070.
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Repairs tine complicate,! Watches, Clocks, Music
Boxes and Jewelry.
All work guarantee!. Thirty fiveyears experience.
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By last Bteumer from tho Coast.
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Ts done repairing and now work
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Hint,' order; samo can ho easily run hv
anvBorvantlnayory Hiort time. Tho
colls cannot huoklo or short circuit,
l'or further Infnrmntln.. n.,i.. ... .....
Hawaiian MoctrJo cST "nS.;.""
nu. wood has hi:movi:d ins "1
HoMdonco to Thurston Aonuo. Tlio
Oil ices on lleretanla Mieot , retained.
OllUo hoiira after Oohor 15th wil be:
0 to 1 . n. in.; 2 to Ip.ni.;7:.ioto8:s6
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