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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, OCTOBER 22, 1898.
Published Every Dy, except SunJsy, t io King
street, Honolulu, II. I , by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. rARKINOTON
DANIEL LOGAN ....
. . . Editor
. City Editor
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian Islands .. $ .75
Per year " " " . . 8 oo
Per year.rostrald, to America, Canada orMexIco 10 oo
Per year, postpaid, other lorelcn countries . tj oo
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llusiness Office IISO. Editorial Rooms, lOlli
Pnstoffice Box. 404.
SATURDAY, OCT. 22, 1S98.
Query: Do they hnvo
judges in the Philippinra?
From tho way tho rain gods nro
acting tho nrmy oflicers will hnvo
Bornowlmt of a problem to hamllo
tho cnnipi properly during tho
Tho football boys still enrry tho
lftuioi'a in tho realm of sport.
Tnuy ount to bo given stroDg
support bo thnt tho standing in
debtedness of tbowojintinu can
It will be . allowed that tho
judges havo douo tho equoro
thing, and Mr. Dolo tho pretty
thing, with regard to tho first
class yacht race, which appears to
Jiavo boou contested upon a mis
underatamliiiK. By tho death of Mis. S. M. Car
ter, Hnwnii loses ono f tho moth
ers of tho hamlet, whoso intluonce
for that which is highest and best
can nevor bo overestimated. Her
death is uimersnlly nmnrned, yet
thero is withal much that is beau
tiful in tho passing to its final ro
ward of a well rounded Christian
identity; tho ouding of an earthly
lifo thnt has fulfilled tho highest
LAST MlillT'S ACClUnNT.
The horrible accident of last
night brings to tho mouth of oory
citizen tho query: Who in re
sponsible At prosent writing
thoro seems to havo heon neglect
somewhere, and it behooves the
Marshal to make a most searching
investigation at the inquest that
will bo hold, nud furthermore to
givo all tho details of tho inquest
to tho public. Electricians here
do not hnvo the snow and ic tho
heavy winds to look out for that
mako tho life of many electricians
in tho States rniborablo and put
people in tho stroot ou the look
out for livo wiros.
Lnst night's storm was not n
particularly serious ono mid tho
conclusion is immediately jumped
at, that thero has beon either neg
lect in looking after thoVlinea or
tho government has been slow in
furnishing tho necessary supplies
to koop tho lines in fitst class con
dition. As it is iinposoiblo at this
time to know the exact status, tho
public will do well to withhold its
judgment of where tho blamo, if
any, rests. It is to bo hoped that
tho government has not been
banking too heavily on tho soour
itv which infrequent storms might
givo. Only a short time ago, tho
Bulletin published an ac
count of tho escnpo of
tho Kluegol child from a live
wiro. "Whatever tho vordict of tho
coroner's jury, thoro should cer
tainly bo & general ovoi hauling of
tho olectrio linos throughout tho
city to placo auothor disaster be
yond reasonable possibility.
a goneral agreement to dis-
agroo. It started in with tho
Merriam affair and winds up with
tho Polico Court and Board of
Hoalth troubles. Tho Merriam
businoss brings to mind tho truth
of tho saying that groat aches
from littlo too corns grow. The
attitudo toward tho commanding
goneral resulted in a general stand
ing on dignity all along tho line, and
as timo passed tho situation bo
comes a caso of worse and more
If some schemo could bo ovolv
od whoroby a poaco protocol
could bo signed and a lovo foast
indulged in, it would be highly
satisfactory to tho pcoplo of Hono
lulu to say tho lonst. Tho situa
tion is anomolous to say tho least.
Wo havo called for tho Amorican
strong right arm for years, and
now that it has arrivod a sonoa of
more or loss official rows aro sot
ou foot. Tho peoplo aro inclinod
to hold tho army responsible
because tboy havo novor had any
troublo with tho Amorican Navy.
As tho people did not get along
very smoothly undor bouio of Col.
McLean's rulings, it is natural to
draw tho conclusion that Hono
lulu in not thoroughly educated in
tho ways of tho army. What is
douo cannot very woll bo undono'.
Tho best thing undor tho circum
stances is for tho peoplo to roalizo
that thoro aro certain army rules
and regulations that must bo fol
lowed and it is not tho desiro of
tho oflicers to intentionally mako
themselves disagroeablo. On tho
othor baud tho army olficors will
add peace and good will to the
situation by not being too quick to
get on their highest ofliciaHiorBes
and rido ovor temporary obstacles
in Phil Shoridau stylo.
H. M. S. RENOWN,
Halifax, N. S.f
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,
Sole Agents lor the Hawaiian
MADAMK A1 VAN WAY, of S. V.
5I11S. 1). Y.. CHAMIIKIUS, of N. Y.
73 Berctania street,
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
IVopli Art CineroiiM,
W. "YV. Hall was hppy yestor-
day ovor tho prompt and generous
rcqiouo to the appeal tntulo on
behalf of tho pupils and teachers
of the Maunaolu Seminary, who
lost their clothiug and effects in
tho fire that destroyed tho build
in os. After having sout away t
tho sufferers two largo cases pack
ed full of clothing aud material,
E. O. Hall fc Son received enough
more yesterday to pack another
ciiho as tight as it could hold. And
still articles woro arriving. In all
probability thoro will bo two or
three cases go forwnrd in tho
Clnudino on Tuosday evoning.
Xo Mort. Commiinlcuf lono.
Judgo Wilcox says tho coires-
pondonco betwoon hinisolf nud
Gouoral King is at an end, unless'
tho lattor should sco fit to roopon
if Stinlnn in nlumf flin "oflimnl"
and "Washington" matters, Judgo
Wilcox only shrugged his
Tho noto ho wroto to Gonornl
King and which closed tho corres
pondence, was returned to Judgo
Wilcox, but not until thrco hours
aftor it has been sent.
Carpentering, Cabin Making,
.. .. ETC
-: 722 Foit street.
tfo"AII kinds of Jobblni; (iltlifully and promptly
Store Conn tors and Fixtures,
Made to order artMlcally.
SMITH, POWKU-.V CO.,
72J i it htroot.
Tut-nty cars experience All Murk guaranteed '
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. i
WE ARE OFFERING
IN OUlt 3
Domestic Department This Week. 3
. . . . AVo havo just rcceivod .... -
Our Second Big Shipment 3
LINEN and COTTON TOWELS
Hanging from 35c. to 7.50 per doz.
A Complete Assortment of 3
Honeycomb and Toilet Quilts
at PRICE THAT CAN'T BE BEAT. 3
. a. mim
I Do not tail to examine this stock, 3
NEW CARRIAGES 1
II In many Designs and Patterns. We can make any style
il vehicle that you want.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
m "VV- V. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
H 1031 1'OKT STHKKT, AHOVK HOTKI,.
Good Baking Powder
YOUR OWN PRICE.
300 pairs of LAOE OUltTAIXS.
which wo will soil from
75 030Ltjs to $7.50
A pair to clean out tho consignment.
CITY JUBH1TUBB STOKE,
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Blooifc, 634-536 Fort Street.
HONOLULU ANH TUP. A113IY.
Tho strained relations bohveon
tbo military uml oivil authorities
of this tonitory io reaching a
point that ia by no moans satis
factory. I'rom tho tono of eomo
of tho eoTospoinlonco that has
passed nun miyht.be led to boliovo
the toiri'or' ou tho vorgo of a
second Drfa aft dr. In nearly
ov. r) uo'd'Ti 'bit has como to
public not t o:c seoms to havo
can't be regularly sold for 2 -or
30 cents a pound ux
don't care what anyone says
to the contrary.
Your money back if you
don't like Schillings Best.
Saturday Evening, Oct 22,
ic Kiloliana Art League
WILL GIVi: TWO 1'I.AYS,
"Bkaii and Pokijiuh,"
"A Mom:ij Lovj:k "
CSySeats on halo nt tho Ttorgstrom
Music Stoic, corner of Fort anil lioro
Uulu HtreotH. ' 10 1 1-td
Some Men Refuse
To Believe It,
Hut wo nro hopeful of converting
them, nml leading thorn to think
our way In the mutter of correct
clothes. They tiro told by tailors
our clothes nre ready made.
.Suiiiioso they nre, Is n tailor's
word worth 52o more u suit?
You can see no clillbrenee between
his inadc-to order nud our
We nre showing this week in our
window a black fedora hat which
wo will sell for $1,50, to eloso out.
A Few Days
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Delmol's Linen-Mesh
Send for Catalogue
Nouo bottor. Endorsed by tbo
First Edition now ready.
PEIOE ONLY 10 CENTS.
Published and for salo only by
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
lias just received a now lino
of TABLETS and PAPET
EltlES with tho Stars and
Stripes on oacli shcot of pnpor,
with Envolopes to match.
Also, DEWEY TABLETS,
something new and at right
prices. Now foreign mail
stationery! Elogant tinted
Papotorios at 25o a box !
Regular 50o Tablots at 35o
each! Regular 25o Tablots
at 20o each ! A Special Tab
lot for tho Boys in Bluo at
a SPECIALLY LOW IMUOK!
316 Fort Street,
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolopliono No. 070.
417 NUUANU ST.
Replri fine compllcte4 Watches, Clocks, Music
uoxes ana jewelry.
All work tuaranieeJ, Thlrty-fiveyears experience,
We will sell some lines of
coods 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 alwavs
haVe what you want for sale,
but we must have room now.
You can save from 25 per cent
to 50 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,
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By luet ateamer from tbe Coast,
THE REGULAR THING
At my etore, where tbe
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is done repairing and new work
both. Pine, rl'ige, bracelets, watch
H. G. BIART, -404FortSt.
FOR SALE, CHEAP,
n Acrr TXTWy.'i.a 2'horso powor UNJOV
colls cannot lumk l , .1 . ."'?.' 1 h0
TAtZt -iWS the
Dlt. WOOD HAS ItUMOVKD HIS
om T I!orel.aln treol aro rotah.e.l
0 lko lioun after October IStli w "
0 to 11 n. ,.. to lp.iii.:7Wtofi-"i
I', in. Sundays: 0 to 11 a", ,u. S'30
Omco Toloiil.onp Xo. 01" if
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