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HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 27, 1898.
Published Every Day, except Sunday, at no King
street, Honolulu, II. I by lh
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
V. R. FARHINGTON EJItor
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THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 1898.
AHSIHTAM i: TO HUSINHSH SINN.
Iti today's ibbuo tho Bulletin
publishes a letter compiled by n
anntniltco from tho Honolulu
Chamber of Coramerco setting
forth In brinf. nod explicit
form tho business conditions in
ITinvnii. While this is not to be
rrgarded ns au oflioinl document,
it lays tho situ liou clearly before
tho pocplo whose attention has
been lurLcd toward Hawaii since
nunexsl'oo. Uuufortuuately many
poopln in the Sides knro gniaed
tho impression that this is n land
whre milk aud honey cau bo hid
for the risking.
Tho stntemnit published in an
other column will give projective
eettlers a correct i len of what they
may expect, ami will bo ft valua
Lie assis'auco to the. pooplo of the
territory in nuewi'iug the letters
of frionda. Iu ortler to assist the
busiufss men of Honolulu whnst
nail is Honied, with queries, the
BtfLLmN will mail all pipers t
n.blress'S furuislieil. Tho ptim
of tho iapr u th same as the
pistago on a letter. Tho Bulle
tin pays the freight, postngo and
gaardutr oj riomnt dfliveryi
I'ltC.NCIl IN IWSIIOIJA.
Rumors of Russia possibly riP
.eiB'ing France in tho IVhrdu
affair is what puts a serious as
pect on tho rim of tho war cloud
hovering over Great Britain I',
is at least highly improvable 'tmi
the French will attempt t0 6nnd
agaiuHt Grnat riUin Bhl(,lp
handed, A. t,poti,ion 0 the
npinixh-Ainf ri'au war would im-ruedint-ly
bo 0n fo t; France
would Gght n rQVf souths to mtis
fy honor KIlti tijet, he forced to
.Tom tho speeches of loading
Trilibh statemeii, it may be taken
for grauted that no quibbling will
be allowed. Tho British will
maintain the.ir supremccy in
Fnshoda aud tho French must
withdraw. If tho French reply
that their ftirces will not go out
nless forcibly thrown out, Great
Britain is ready to meet tho call to
Of tho eventual result there can
no question if Franco alone is to
ba doalt with. On tho other hand,
should the llusaiau Emperor con
uloritin tho interests of his rseout
call for peaco and good will to
toko a hand in tho mess with a
rlow to supporting France, thero
ta no tolling tho sorious roaults
that may follow.
Tho rightB of tho Fronch in
Fadioda simply rest in tho fact
that possession is nine- points of
tho law. For tho Fronch to entor
the territory was a case of impu
danco in the first place.
IIFSALTIl AT Till: CAMI'b.
From all accounts Col. Barber
seems to fail to appreciato tho spi
rit in which the local Board of
Health offers its assistance to im
prove tho sanitary conditions at
8o far as wo can learn there is
ao disposition on tho part of tho
health authorities to place tho euy
f tho garrison officials iu a dis
agreeable position. But tho peoplo
of this city do have a lively inter
est in the health at tho camp, and
wo can seo oo reason why assist
.anco of any outsiders, either offici
al or otherwise, should bo shunned.
No one charges Col. Barber or
snyono elso with needless neglect.
Tho record of tho Now York regi
ment throughout tho carapaigu
has been characterized by tho col
onel's particular aud nctivo inter
est in tho wo! fare of his men. Tho
present situation, however, offers
for solution a condition, not a tho-
ory. it is apparent to tuo avorago
mind that somo changes in sani
tary methods are absolutely neces
sary and the clesiro ot tuo local
peoplo is to savo bravo lives, not
lo tread on official toes.
If tho danger of a typhoid fover
epidemic were entirely out of the
question, tho peoplo hero could
not view placidly tho professions
that escoit Ihe bravo boys in blue
to their last resting placo far from
home aud frionds. Tho quettion
of responsibility for this is not
oven a matter oE mpinent. Let Ihe
personal rrspousibili'y go to I bo
four winds. The poplo hero have
no desire to run the garrison or
anyone connected with it. But
Ihoy do Foek to rendor all possible
MRsJHtnnco to any and all aulhori
tira to lees, n tli sickness thoio.
If tho change instituted by
cooperation wMi local people shall
ho pr iduclivo of benefit, tho army
may have all the credit and honor
deiived llierofroru. Local officials
in this matter want noither honor
or glory. Tho peoplo horo will
sliind by tho army through thick
and tliin if all hands will simply
put their shoulders to the whoel
and all viato the eicknos aud re
duce tho d.ingers of tho spread
of fover at tho cunpj to tho mini
It is jorlhy of notice that tho
rrj-io. about au American syndi-
o.t Luring up Cuban bouds
comes from Madrid. As th
SpaiiiHrds aut the IJniUd State
to assume the debt, it is likely the
do-ira is fit tor 1 1 tho rumor.
Sena'or Proslor is quoted as
sayi'g tuo Ailiuiral Dowey u'l
ceitninly hi n, jrreaidential candi
date. No',7 there's a nou-parti ian
Cfttd dato who-o run for office
would make the patty bosses' hair
stand on end.
Henri Rochofort is reported to
have lest bit icaton oor tho
Dreyfus agitition. Appsarancos
are that a largo porlion of tho
French people havo gouo imnuo
on this topic.
Tho sudden increase in black
typo and cartoons of tho Examiner
indicates that candidate Maguiro
aud tho Democrats of California
aro fighting a losing battle.
Sinco Spain has got hold of in
side facts she's sorry Cuba was so
boon given up for lost. It is an
afterthought that cuts no ice in
"We sincerely hope the peoplo ot
Honolulu and tho array will soon
bo able to join in tho celebration
of apoaco jubiloo.
Jimmy Blaino's contribution to
the war is a ploasont trip to the
Philippines at tho government ox
ponse. Now tho question arieoa whether
two thirds of tho Senate is in favor
of retaining the Philippines.
Ilnialu to Aid I'runco,
Paris, Octobor 18.-The Soir as
sorts that tho forthcoming visit of
tho Russian Foroign Ministor,
Oouut Muravioff, to Paris will bo
uudortakon on tho instructions of
Ozar Nicholas in order to congra
tulate tho Fronoh Foreign Min
ister upon tho firmness ho has
shown in tho Fashndo affair and
to arrange ns to tho nifinwi in
which HuHsia can give hor Bup
port most effectively,
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1 NEW CARRIAGES
In many Designs and Patterns. We can make any style
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Honolulu Carriage rianufactory
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1034 V KOltT STltKGT, A110V13 IIOTKU
We have a big lot of Handsome
Etchings and Photographs, Handsomely Framed, and for sale at
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CITY EUEMTOKE STORE,
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love BlooK., 534-536 Fort Street.
None bettor. Endorsed by tho
First Edition now ready,
PRICE ONLY 10 CENTS.
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Pictures, including Water Colors,
Has just received a now lino
of TABLETS and PAPET
ERIES with tho Stars and
Stripes on oaoli shoot of paper,
with Envelopes to match.
Also, DEWEY TABLETS,
something now and at right
prices. Now foreign mail
stationery! Elegant tinted
Panotorics at 25o a box !
RogularCOo Tablets at 35o
each! Regular 25o Tablets
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lot for tho Boys in Blue at
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316 Fori Street,
TE AND BLUE
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Go. i
Special Inducements if
Domestic Department This Week.
.Wo Lave just
Our Second Big Shipment
LINEN and COTTON TOWELS i
Ranging frcm 35c.
, . ..ALSO....
A Complete Assortment of 3
Honeycomb and Toilet guilts 1
at PRICE THAT CAN'T BE BEAT.
Do not fail to examine this stock, I
Some Men Refuse
To Believe It,
But wo are hopeful of converting
them, ami leading tlium to think
our wny Iu the matter of correct
clothed. They nro toltl liy tailors
our clothes are ready made.
Bupposo they are, Ib a tatlnr's
word worth $25 more a suit?
You can see no dlNorcnco between
Ida imule-to order and our
"Wo aro showing this week In our
window a black fedoin hat which
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Repairs fine complicated Watches, Clocks, Music
uoxes ana jewelry.
All work cunanteeJ. Thlrtyfiveytars experience,
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, where tho
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is done repairing and new work
loth. 1'Iiib, rings, bracelets, watch
H. G. BIART, - 404 Fort St.
received . . . ,
to 7.50 per doz.
We will commence the dis
play of our New Goods on
MONDAY, November 7th.
We have wares from over
twenty-five factories in Eu
rope and the United States, and
there are more to follow.
We beg to state that between
the 7th and'Joth of November
we will display the best assort
ment of Holiday Wares ever
seen on these Islands.
All goods are marked in plain
Come and inspect, whether
you wish to purchase or not.
W. W. Dimond & Co,,
The People's Store.
FOR SALE, CHEAP
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Metros. Swltchos, oto In first-class run
niiiR ordor; name can bo easily run by
any servant In a very short time. Tho
colls cannot bueklo or short circuit.
For furthor Information apply nt tho
Ilawalhui Kloctrlo Co. 1037-tf
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Makawao, Maul, can bo accommodated
at MRS. II. . HAILEY'S.
Torino, flOnorweok. OJCOm
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