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THE EVENING J3ULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 24, 1898.
Published Every Day, except SunJay, At aio King
street, Honolulu, 11. I,, by the
Bulletin publishing coaipany.
W. R. FARRINGTON EJIIor
DANIEL LCXiAN City Editor
MONDAY, OCT. 24, 1898.
"Wlion Undo Sam gets prices on
garrison sito properly, ho will
doubtleHs womlor why ho didn't
U80 nu inside tip nml buy beforo
Tho Contonninl brings nssur
nnoo that the Seattle bnnkers and
moneyed men Bent tho City of
Columbia out ns n feeler for trade,
but thoy nro in tho business to
etay just tho same.
"While tho individual responsi
bility of tho live wire accident has
yot to bo determined, there is no
question t)iat tho Government
should spo tojit Hint tho families
of thoso killed do not suffer.
What tlio locrtl oflicials and the
army oflicinls seem to need at pre
sent is ti thorough trial of tho co
operative principle. With mat
tors nt sixes and sovejis as at pres
cnt n great deal of talking is done
without accomplishing any parti
Taking tho Tucomn Ledger's
view of Honolulu as n hard pro
position it may develop that Cap
tain Miluor is tho "Napoleon of
finance" who knows how to go to
work to handle tho situation. Wo
doubt whether ho will hnvo to
show himbjlf a "Kicholieu of in
triguo" in order to got tho neces
sary foothold for tbo Seattle line.
Our morning contemporary says
that sinco the Wilcox-King affair
the need of harmony becomes evi
dent. 1 hat's right put all tho blame
on Judgo Wilcox. It is strungo in
deed that the inspired organ did
not seo the need of harmony when
Oonoral ilerriam was here. That
was when iho discordant uots
with tho army were struck. Well
indeed in aj the official paper wor
ry over tho political inilueuco of
tho army at Washington, and we
may now expect to seo an attempt
mode to mako Judgo Wilcox stand
tho brunt of tho responsibility for
mistakes mndo before tbo Judge
had auy ono connected witli the
nrray to deal with. It mtiet bo re
membered that tho politicians in
Washington aro uot blind.
sumi: o.m.miuu'iai. ucssoxs.
As regards our commercial rela
tions with tho United States both
tho territory and many people in
tho States may bo considered as
passing through an educationnl
stage. At first blush tho appear
anco aro that tho people- hero do
not take kindly to tho now phase
that annoxation brings. On tho
other hand many sound business
mon throughout tho East, Middlo
West and Northwest hnvo shown
a surprising ignorauco of local
conditions. Judging from tho tono
of many letters received from timo
to timo, tho majority of our now
follow citizens hnvo an idea that
Hawaii's population is ono-half
hottontots and tho other hnlf busi
ness men who aro eagorly seek
ing emancipation from tho hold
which California has upon tlmm.
Notwithstanding!!! tho printer's
ink thot has been used to oxplain
what Hawaii is, tho ignorance of
true conditions is profound. It is
now possible to soo that a com
mercial clash was necessarily in
evitable in order lo wake up tho
peoplo on b' th ends of tho lino.
During tho last few months tho
pioneers following annexation
liavo been imposed with tho fact
that tho pnmo auMHintof commer
cial powder is neoded to outer Ha
waiian trade tLft is required for
almost any American section.
Locally tho losson hos been
moro toward tho requirements of
futuro action. The necessity for
tho activity of our local commer
cial organizations is paramount.
In tho futuro history of tho terri
tory it will bo found that tho co
operation of business mon will be
moro important than it over waB
during tho annoxation campaign
It behooves tho Chamber of Com-
morco to sot tho wires working so
that business interests particular
ly in tho Northwest will under
stand that Hawaii has not put on
tbo gloves to fight tho combined
financinl nower of that section.
Thoro may bo some who want to
fight, but thoso who hnvo tho fu
turo interests of tho torritory at
heart know that wo can't afford it
particularly not this timo whon
much is to bo asked of Congress.
Co, a Won Mnrlln Trophy.
In tho sixth short of Co.'s 13, D,
F and Q for tho Marlin Trophy
at tho Kakaako butts Saturday
aftornoon, Co G camo out winnor
and tho Marlin riilo now becomes
its property. Co G held a cole
bratiou in the drill shed iu tho
evening. Tho scoro mado by G
was 400. Co F camo next with
KW; Co B next with 394 and Co
D Inst with 3GG. Co G has been
making a cloan sweep of late.
Tlirir nortn In Con.ultnllnn.
from Rcntamln Franklin.
"Whcnou areslck.what ou like lM l lo frecho
n lor a meJIclne In the first place hat experience
tells ou Is best, to be chosen In the seconJ place,
what reason (I. e . Theor) says Is best Is to be cho
sen In the last place. Hut llynucan Ret Dr. Inclina
tion. Dr. Experience anJ Dr Reason to hoM a concil
iation toeethcr.they will gUeyou the best aJvlcc that
can be taken.
When you have n bad cold Dr.
Inclination would recomueud
Clinraberlain's Couch Remedy bo-
causo it is pleasant and safe to
take. Dr. .hxporienco would recom
mend it because it never fails to
effect a speedy and permanent
euro. Dr. Iteaaou would recom
mend it becauso it is propared on
scientific principles, nnd on na
ture's plan in rolioving tho limps,
opening thoCcretionB,nud restor
iug the Bystom to a natural and
healthy condition. For sale by
15ou6on, Smith A- Co., Gen. Agents.
Coming on Trmgard,
Eight extra line Driving Horse, ton
liu.nl lino Milch Couh. For full parllcn-
DAVIS A MVENS,
1010-lm Hotel Mroot
Election of Officers,
XOTICK IS IIKUEHY GIVEN
tli.it at tlif annual niet'tiiij; of the
stockholders of the HON' OMIT SUG
AK CO., held this day, tho under
mentioned were elected to serve as
ollloers of tho Company for tho ensu
T. May, !., President.
E. K. Hlshoi), Em,., Vice-President.
Geo. II. Itohortson, Treasurer.
Geo. It. Carter, Secretary.
Tho ahovu named, with Wm. G.
Ilra-h, En ,, and II. Waterhouse, K-j.,
constitute the Itoard of Directors.
GEO. H. CAHTEH, Secretary.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, ISflS. 1015 !lv
Reading Mattel' "Wanted
The Prison Authorities lielng doslrous
of linvlit); n Mipply of Koori rending mut
ter at tho .lull, would roijuost tlmt any
ixirsons who are willing to do so, pond
any siiititlilo books, limgnzlncs or illus
trated papers to tho undersigned! or If
word Is sold jKicknges will bo called for.
Jailor, O.ihn Prison.
V. J. I.OWUEY,
I'll sou Inspector, I.owors A CooKo's.
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Notice to the Public.
Having sold out my Interest In tho
Manufacturers' Shoo Company, all tlioso
owing tho old firm up to theovoulugof
October 17th, aro requested to call nnd
sottlo with Mr. Harris, tho bookkeeper
of the Manufaeturers' Shoo Company,
Who is fully authorlod to roeoipt for tho
aamo; or to tho uudorslgned.
1015-lw D. Ji. SMITH.
Aro wanted by tho HONOLULU IKON
WORKS for filling 1I8S cubic yards of
good iimtorinl on lauds at Kiiknako. The
bids will lx opened WodiioMluy, tho 2(itU
iuhtnnt, at 10 a. in. 1'artlo.s iutonditig
to toiulor for this work must stato the
timo in which thoy will complete It; nml
bonds nro to bo furnished If required.
1'or further particulars Impilio at the
ollkoof tho Honolulu IrouWoi V,. 13J7,3t
The llullctin, 7Cc fcr month.
II. A. 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,
'I urn I'
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian
MADAME LK VANWAY, of S. I
MltS. D. E. C'HAMIIKHS, of N. Y.
73 Beretania street,
Honolulu, H. I.
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Oarpuntoring, Oiibin INIalciiig,
-: 72:2 Kort street.
T3-AII klnJs at jobblne faithfully anJ rromplly
Storo Counters anil Fixtures,
AUJe to orJcr Artistically
SMITH, l'OWKM. J: CO.,
721 Fort street.
Twenty ear experience All work cuarantecJ.
I In many Designs anil Patterns. We can make any style 1
S veliicle that you want. ma
1 Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
m W. W. WRICJIIT. Pron'r.
We have a big lot of Handsome Pictures, including Water Colors,
Etchings and Photographs, Handsomely Framed, and for sale at
EXTREMELY REASONABLE PRICES.
CITY EUEK1TURE ST0BE.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Block, 534p36 Fort Street,
First Edition now ready.
PEIOE ONLY 10 GENTS.
Published and for ealo only by
WALL, NICHOLS CO.'
KOItT STllKCT, A1IOVE HOTKI.
Has just rocoivoil a now lino
of TABLETS and PAPET
EllIES with tho Stars and
Stripes on oaoh shoot of papor,
with Envolopos to match.
Also, DEWEY TABLETS,
soinothing now and at right
prices. Now foreign mail
stationory! Elegant tinted
Papotorics at 25o a box !
Regular 50o Tablets at 35o
each! Regular 25o Tablets
at 20c each ! A Special Tab
lot for tho Boys in Blue at
a SPECIALLY LOW TINGE!
316 Fort Street.
N. S. Sachs Dry
WE ARE OFFERING
Special Inducements 3
Domestic Department This Week.
."Wo liavo just
Our Second Big Shipment
LINEN and COTTON TOWELS
Ranging from 35c. to $7.50 per doz.
A Complete Assortment of j
Honeycomb and Toilet Quilts
at PRICE THAT CAN'T BE BEAT. S
Do not fail to examine this stock. 1
Some Men Refuse
To Believe It,
But we nro hopeful of converting
them, mid lending them to think
our way In the matter of correct
clothes. They arc tolil by tallorH
our clothes are ready made.
Supposo they are, Is a tailor's
word worth $25 more u suit?
You can see no difference between
Ids mmlu-to order nnd our
We aro showing thla week In our
window a black fedora hat which
wo will sell for $1.50, to eloi?o out.
9 Hotel Street : : f ayerlcy BlOCi
Agonts for Dr. Deirnol'a Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Bond for Catalogue
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophono No. 670.
417 NUUANU ST.
Rtpilr fine complicated Watches, Clocks, Music
Boxes and Jewelry.
All work guaranteed, Thlrty-fiveyears experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamor from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING"
At my store, where the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is done repairing and new work
both. Pins, rbgs, bracelets, watch
H. G. BIART, - 404 Fort St.
Goods go. b
A Few Days
We will sell some lines of
c;oods 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,
FOR SALE, CHEAP,
Willi n O. !. ....
..., u.v.,111 urm-ciass run
ning ordor: samo can bo easily run bv
nnv snrvnnt in n im... i. .r. .'
11 . ; , " J "ux' nino, uno
colls cannot buckle or short circuit.
1 ti. ""nor in ormation apply at the
Hawaiian Kloctrlo Co. 1037-tf
nit. WOOD HAS REMOVED HIS
noMiIonco to Thurston Avonuo. Tlio
Offloes on Horetimiu streot aro retained.
OllUo hours after Octobor 15th lll be:
0 to 11 a. in. j 2 to -I p. m.i 7i!IO to &30
p. in. Sunday: 0 to 11 a. m. only.
Olllco Tolophono No. (112.
Itobldonco Tolophono No. 831. 1038-lm