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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 28, 1898.
Published Ever Day, except Sunday, at ito King
street, Honolulu, II. I., by the
Bulletin publishing company.
V. R, I'ARRINCTON Editor
MNIEL LCXiAN City Editor
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PoStOfMct IIOX. 404,
FRIDAY, OOT. 28, 1898.
ATTiTint: ov Tim i-ii.ipino.
Aloha Uorlti Rico. How do you
enjoy boiug Undo 3iin'fl youngest?
Kiuotoscopo Honda miaaod ft
money-making buccoss by not
being ou linnd to tnko in tlio
JIuthI lluLtend wout to the
Philippines- t" ot material for n
book. He M iud hi Unit section
of tho world onctly threo days.
Now watch for tho book.
War clouds in Europo nro pink
covorcd banks of eiderdown com
pared with tho powwows Hono
lulu has on ltd bauds. Diplomacy
seems to bo out of the question.
Storms of thunder and light
ning usually clear tho atmosphore
in tho btatcs. Well now await
with interest to know whether
Hawaii's otb'c il atuiosphoro has
If the Now York band hnd
come around tho corner spieling
"There be a Hot Time in tho Old
Town," an incident of tho bom
baidnicntof Manila would Imvo
Tho timo was when tho people,
who now fully roeottuizo and ad
mit tho sup -riiir Htiitrtmnimlup of
President .McKinley, woro cn
deiuning him as n demagrgne ai-d
If it is tmo that Li HnngClinnj;
lias married the ChineBo Einpri'M,
bis career bus beou cneh that the
pooplo will wonder whether he
demanded n bribe- before tho ma
trimonial contract was made.
Now oriticism cotnos on the
Manila campaign. Tho Harpers
Weekly correspondent says that
it was Dewey's plan to drop a few
shells into tho city of Manila and
then land tho troops nt Passig
river, thus fighting directly with
tho Spaniards, nud doing away
with tho assistance of tho Filipi
nos. It appears that Dewey was
overruled. The attack was mnde
by way of the insurgent trencbos,
and immediately American troops
got into tho city thoy had to turn
on tho insurgents to keop them in
check. Tho Filipino docs not stop
to consider tho otornal fitness of
things or tho diplomatic and
humanitarian necessities accom
panying warfaro. Consoquontly
tho moral effect upon tho Filipino
is anything but favorablo toward
tho Americans. Tho boys in bluo
aro dovoloping a livoly hatred for
him and tho sontiment is
returned with intorest.
This is ono of tho fore thought
that comeB aftorward and all that
ought to bo said in criticism is
that tho result is unfortunate.
Every report that comes from
Manila indicates that asido from
Aguiualdo or ouy of tho officials
tho attitude of tho nativo if fast
becoming a 6orioiiB problem for
Americans to solve Tho nutivo
people aro childliko oxcopt in
their figbtiug capaoity and seem
to nssuruo that freedom under tho
American fiat: has no limits. Tho
freedom thoy anticipated would
result in nothing more or less than
Whether theso peoplo cin be
nrgued into lino remains to be
seen. If not, tho Americans have
plenty of figbtiug ou their hands
ao tho natives control nearly all
the country outside Manila.
5i:i.uur. or tkiikii'ohv.
I'nliril sImIm Armv Annri PrliH"
l'roHrty nt Knploliuil Piu!f
TbonniB Hollincer, tho Queen
streot blacksmith and wellkuown
horsemen, mot with a surpribo on
driving homo fiotu his day's toil
Wednesday evening. Upou a va
cant lot belonging to him next to
his retidenco lumber was piled
and tho ground broken for a build-
NOS. 4. 5 AND 6.
Of the very best quality, and
in perfect condition, just re
ceived by the : : : : :
Pacific Hardware Co,, Ltd.,
MADAME LE VANWAY, of S. F.
MILS. D. 13. CHAMItEIlS, of N. Y.
73 Beretania street,
Honolulu, H. I.
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Oarpuutoring, Oabin Malting,
. ...ETC . . .
-: ?2 Koi t street.
JMTAII kinds ol Jobbing faithfully and promptly
Store Collators and Fixtures,
Made to order artistically.
SMITH, 1'OWKMj A. CO.,
71U Fort r.tieot.
Twenty cars experience. All work guaranteed
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
WE ARE OFFERING j
' Special Inducements 3
Domestic Department This Week.
, .Wo lmvo just roceivod .
Our Second Big Shipment
LINEN and COTTON TOWELS
Ranging from 35c. to 7.50 per doz. m
A Complete Assortment of j kV
Honeycoml) and Toilet Quilts '
at PRICE THAT CAN'T BE BEAT. 2
fpjrfOjpJlr)IrjrptrlN."""'l'lnJ"J rQlri)ruirurJr'reuirJtp'lniri''lr'pirrt'i'"'r"'PJIrlrJlrJnJNlr" p'ifr-iIrMrJNlr-'lr'li'JrrJ -B
Do not fail to examine this stock. 1 '
Uo was told
the Uuited States
Kg &rt--ik lVla Uafnca
if! To Believe It,
Should tho Now 'ork crowdB
eviuco tho tmmi enthiiHiiwm nt the
polla, tlu'y (ire showing when Ted
dy ltooHi'velt nppenrb on tho scono,
tho Hough Hitler Colonel will rido
into tho etnte capital with coloia
By marrjing Catuoriuo Olera-
nious, uownru uouui loses iivo
million dollars, nnd it is stated
that ho Iiiih ouly five millions left
to livo ou. Howard's povortycau
hnrdly bo appreciated by average
American Corainiosionors at
Paris aro giving the Spanish on
exaniplo of how tho Yankee walks.
It is in a straight and positive
path; whon they say evacuation of
Cuba it means that tho Spanish
must "got out" and without tur
, thor comment.
Thero's no gaiusnying tho ao
rious responsibility which tho de
cision of the coroner's jury places
upon tho Government streot light
ing dopnrtmont. Immediate notion
is demanded not only in inspect
ing the wires, but of putting tho
system iu propor condition.
Tho inaunor in which some of
tho former friend of Hawaii in
tho Stntes are imw pontine; lint
shot iut oo' 'i'imi- Iihi.' wiuM
bo ulinobt "i 'i it with not
that thn m t mini d upinion
wore likt ly to bouou'U ui tout
tore when final legislation for tl o
territory couios befoto Cunjjieb .
about to bo erected on uig hnd.
As uo overturn had been mado to
him for tho purchaso of tho land,
Mr. Holliuger wont directly to
Colonel Barbor for an explanation
of the violation of his territory.
llio garrison comraauuor waB
very affable but gavo tho aggrieved
landowner no satisfaction.
Mr. Hollingor yestorday morn
ing consulted W. A. Kinnoy, at
torney at law, who nd vised him,
prolitniuitrily, that thoro would be
no U60 in "making a iuss." Mr.
Kinney wrote to Goneral King, at
that time commanding tho District
of Hawaii, which advices rocoived
Lieutenant Winthrop, repre
senting Uolouol JJarber, called ou
Mr. Kiuuey this afternoon, to
confer with him iuforraolly on tho
matter. Ho said that Gonoral
King had told Colonel Barber to
occupy tho lot and eroct barrnoks
thereon. Colonol Barbor took for
grnnted that General King had
arrauged the details with tho
owner of the land.
It was necessary to lmvo tho
barracks erected as soon as possi
ble, thoreforo Colonol Barbor had
no timo in starting
tho work. The barracks
were only to be temporary, in any
case, until an Act of Congress
created a military post horo. Co
lonel Barbor desired that tho
owuor should namo tho rent ho
wanted for tho ground, and what
ever it was in reason snoum uo
Mr. Kinnoy informed the ollicer
that ho had advised Mr. Hollingor
to not mako a row. He would ask
his client to namo tho amount of
rent. Of course if tho United
States Goveiniueut wautod tho
land it could tako it, and tho mat
ter might as well bo arraugod first
In many Designs and Patterns. We can make any style
II Vehicle that you want.
II Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
P W. W. "VJLtlCi-iJLr.r, Prop'r. m
Eg 103 I V l-'OHT STUMST, A110VK HOTKU il
We have a big lot of Handsome Pictures, including Water Colors,
Etchings and Photographs, Handsomely Framed, and for sale at
EXTREMELY REASONABLE PRICES.
CITY EUEN1T0EE STORE.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Block. 634-536 Fort Street.
But we aro hopeful of converting
them, nnd Untiling them to think
our way In the matter of correct
clothes. They aro told by tailors
our clothes are ready made.
Suppose they nre, is a tailor's
word worth $25 more a suit?
You can see no dUi'orenco between
Ids nindc-to order and our
We are showing tills week In our
window a black fedora hat which
we will sell for ?1.C0, to close out.
9 Hotel Street
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 3oth 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.
Agents for Dr. Deimel'a Llnen-Moali
Underwear. Send for Catalogue
Nono bettor. Endorsed by tho
First Edition now ready,
PIUOE ONLY 10 GENTS.
Mr. Ellis again doliRhted tho
lovers of uniMo in his songs nt the
Hawaiian hotel concert last night,
lie was encored twice.
Published nnd for salo only by
Has just received a now lino
of TABLETS and PAPET
EKLES with tho Stars and
Stripes on each sheot of rmpor,
with Envolopes to match.
Also, DEWEY TABLETS,
something now and at right
prices. Kow foreign mail
stationery! Elegant tinted
Papotories at 25o a box !
Rotmlnr 50o Tablets at 35o
each! Itogular 25o Tablets
at20eeaoh! A Special Tab,
lot for tho Boys in Bluo at
a Sl'UOfALLY 1,0 AV IMUOH!
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telopliono No. 070.
417 NUUANU ST.
Repairs fine complicated Watchei, Clocks, Music
Doxes and Jewelry.
All work EuaranieeJ. Thirty fiveyears enperknce.
WAU NICHOLS CO.
3IS Fart Street.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, whoro tho
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is tlono repairing and new worL
lioth. Pins, rlKS, bracelets, watcti
H. G. BIART, - 404i Fort St.
W, W. Dimond & Co,,
The People's Store,
FOR SALE, CHEAP,
AVltli a 20iorso powor UNION
GASOLINE ENGINE, und nil wk-ossary
Motros, Swltcltos, oto., In Unit-class ruif
lilitB onlor; namo cuii bo easily rim by
any ttorvnnt In a very sliort timo. The
colls cannot bucklo or sliort plrr-nlt.
For Cttrtlior liifornmtlon niply nf thc
Ila-Hallan Electric Co. ll)37-tf I
I'crsmn ibliliiK lo hfiln In ircl at
Alakawao, Miiul.oan !c i iiMiiimoilateJ,
Terms, 10 porweuk. " na
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