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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 29, 18J8.
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SATURDAY, OCT. 29, 18!)8.
Dinmoml Heml Chnrlio reports
n whitn ilovo hoariuu; nu emblem
of pence in tho oiling.
Col. Bryan did not care to tnlk
before tlio War Investigating
Board. This is tho first instanco
whore he hns refused nu opportu
nity for display of orntory. Ho is
to bo complimented.
Tho AduntUer statistician will
now plcnbe eouut tlio nmubcr of
words in tuo evening papers.
That's an iiittii'sting occupation
while suiting to clip news fiom
evening contempt .iries.
A local noiitlMiiaii interviowpd
fit the Conbt eay- nil our paper
are coutrolled by tin missionaries.
Owicg t i'icuin-tanci'B of religi
ous titlilintions, etc., etc, the BUL
LETIN' is uiifortuiihtply forcoil to
plead Not Guilty !
Excof-sivo talk in tho British
papt re in said to havo awakened
tho French to tin idea that tlioy
really want Faalioila. Auj thing
to lelievo tli' ctitic d condition
rofuliii g from (ho Dreyfus affair
ought to bi uecoptahle to France.
Hn9 Honolulu forgotten that
Hawaii is on the l k nit for tour
ists? Tlio Minneapolis Times in
to bring excursionist from a sec
tion i'f t'l' Sta'iH thnt has fiont
cotupira'iwly fw tourists here
As a puro mutter of businest-, it
will pay IJoiiti'uhi Id giv p.nti
culai attenti -n t (Inn parly.
A Poilo Rii.au demands t.
right to v.t in New York wit out
boinc lmtniuliz d. UN country
iiaortnunoxedaud hedenmuJtsf ''
Amoiiuan rights without tno.o
Ah this will probably L. uvcu ruhke a living, tlio lands on
to tho highei courts, llo'our mouutaiu sides will not be left
results) of !ho teat question will I
iiwintcd Iihio with i littlo k-t
Co"u,gressman Hull, ObJiirmnn
ofthe-Honso Cotnuiitteo on mili
tary hiTuira said in a ppeoch at
l)k'8 Miiims lovti: "Wo munt
keep tho PLilippiucs for the ad
vautago ot commerce. Our Btaud
iug army must be increased to
100,000 men, -10,01)0 for Cuba,
25,000 for the Philippines, 5U00
for Porto Ilico u-jd tho remainder
for coast defense." The men hi st
Bcquuiiitt-d nith tho military con
dition ot tho country do not fear
to face tho issuo.
The AdvHrtiser in its oatburl
of self-esteem 6uys that it publishes
tho nows of the previous day and
up to two o'clock at night. Tho
peoplo kno'V that the morning
papor has to tako all the news ot
tho ecroud handed from tho even
ing papers. Again tho uurnbor of
inches of nadiug raattor a papor
contains is mighty poor excuse
when the readiug matter in not
news. Blow brethrou blow, but
when you get left on the uows that
is b'st you hay nothing of that
John G. Carliso at least do
Borves tho honor of haviug
best exproBsed the sentiments
of "tho conservatives on tho
anuoxntion of the Philippines.
Hi article in tho current uumbor
of II! porn r vicw-3 tho situation
in a calm and dignified manner.
Ho does not wildly assert th it tho
United Sta on is bound on tin
straight lino to the bowwows, but
suggests that thero aro dangers in
tho pathway of Oriental oxpau
Bton. Whilo tho bugbears Iip
brings tho front aro not necessari
ly wurrnutod, tho viow of the
matter which ho takes is a com
mon eouBi) expression of the other
side that sets pooplo thinking and
exerts a good influence upon thoso
working for tho oventunl result
American powor paramount in tho
HAWAII IS AM. HIOIIT.
Ono of tho recent arrivals to
thin territory remarkiug upon tho
opportunities offered asserts that
twenty years ago he went to Cali
fornia from the East. Tlio senti
ment in tho bufliueps community
ho found much as it is hero todny.
California had reached its limit.
Availablo laud had all been taken,
tho mines woro all workod out, in
fact tho "good old days" were past
and the opportunities for making
fortunes werogouo. Ono hns only
to casually go over the history of
California sinco that time to ho
assured of how ill founded wcro
tho warnings for now comers to
"keep off the grass."
Tho sninotLiug is now said iu
Hawaii and twenty years hence
tho citizens of tho torrilory will
likely smilo at tho assertions now
bcii.g mado. Trno Hawaii hno
not tho vast laud areas to draw
upon; it can never ho the
resourceful slate California has
proved to be, but tlio ter
ritory is by no menus ot the
cud of its commercial ropo. Sugar
may havo much tlio bnmo hittory
as wheat, coiTeo may go tho path
way of citrus fruits, but the oppor
tunities oro not wholly ox
huusted,. Aioro frequent com
munication with tho continent
will do for this territory what tin
toan-contiueutnl roads did for the
Sugar may not alwajhbu grown
at enormmiH profit', but tho sugar
grower will not go out of busi
ness any more quickly thau the
wheat farraors liave. New 1 iwn
may cause loU of wrry but it is
!iui unman 01 uus'iies;? uitiuiu in
lay down mid die hoatuso tboro
a e dillicull prob'ema to solve.
Collie may hive troubles iq its
pathway but where laud is fottilo
nd families can live happily and
to weeds ami luutaun.
Tho Jupan':-o find ChiueEO may
Hot coublituto the major portion
of our population, but the avernge
Amorifc'iu isn't the man to fall
down on his kuees and allow any
nationality to ontotrip him in the
human hustle for work, wealth
and happiuesB. When egga
aro fifty cents a dozen and
vegetables in proportion, tho
whito farmor is not going to sloop
iu his heuyard and lot tho Asiatic
havo all tho fuu.
The time is not in tho mobt far
distant future whou the shipping
of tho Pacific Ocean will not bo fr
behind that of tho Atlantic. Whc til
er the now stoamship lines 6top at
Honolulu, Poail Harbor, Hilo or
Jlahukona, tho wholo territory
will profit by the increased intor
oeeau traffic. Cheaper passenger
rates may bring hoboes, but it will
also bring a larger percentage of
tourists who will leave good mouey
iu the territory.
Tho attempts of somo peoplo to
make light of and cry down
tho residential expansion of Ho
nolulu aro entirely unwarranted.
It creates a spirit of four not
conservatism in the community
that tends to iujuro busiuchs and
k-op back tho bona lido investor.
Honolulu will grow whether tho
pooplo want it to or not, and the
opportunities for good roturn on
good monoy and satisfactory re
turn for honest hard work are as
frequout now as they ever wore
Tlio man who weeps over lack of
opportunity now v. ill in the futuio
look buck on lost
which ho di.1 n t
enough to ncc pt.
NQS.4,5 AND 6,
01 the very best quality, and
in perfect condition, just re
ceived by the : : : : :
SITUATION IN MANILA
Educated Phlllplnos Exert Gocd Influence In
Revolutionary Circles-Fever on De
creaseReport on Seizure of Ships.
Washington, October 20 Tho
War Department to-day posted
tho following bulletin: "Under
date of esterday General Otis
cabled tho War Department:
"Tho shunt ion in Luzon is
somewhat improved. Tho influ
ence of Filipinos of education nud
proporly not debiting an indepen
dout govertnneut, but hcstilo to
Spain, is gaining tho ascendency
in tho revolutiouaiy councils 1
am promising nothing, but en
forcing tho law. Tlio complica
tions seriously affect intorislnd
commerce and diminish the
iv o nue
"AfTuira aro progrowug favor
ably, though thu sick report is
inert UMug, ouiug mostly to the
careli'Sf-nesR of enlisted mon. Tho
h-alth of tho officer U pood. Tho
condition of the city mid facilities
for quaitering trops aro impov
ing. Tho ftver is decreasine.
Intestinal Iroubhs aro about
same. Many havo
apparently is arrebted. During the
mouth twenty - eiylit cloatns oc
cuirral, eiuht of smallpox, tight
tjphoul Tevor, hvo malarial and
intestinal complaints, three acci
dental." General Otis cabled conaidora
bio more than tho above, but the
department does not deem it
advisahlo to mako tho other por
tions of tho dispatch public bo
ciiueo of its bearing upon the peace
noaotiations. It contnius supges-
tions by Gonernl Otis, recording
tliq disposition of the Philippines
mid also information about the
Manila, Oct. 21. Dowoy has
seized all of Aguinaldo's steamers.
Natives aro indignant, and their
attitude is threatening.
TIIU I'OPK CALLS A HALT.
All AHuck. Vimil American CnllK'lIca
Now York, October 21. A dis
patch to tho "World from Homo
Tho Popo lm9 givon orders, the
Popoln liomano auuouuoes that
all attacks ou American Catholics
shall coaeo and all complaints
against the doctrine of Father
Hooker shall b withdrawn.
Tho report that the Popo has
placod Father Hrckor's book ou
tho Iudox Expurgatorios is do
med. Iuiiiiiim Nv !U!iilitr.
Washington, October 21. -Minister
Buok hus informod tho Stuto
Department that tho Japaueso
Government has appointed Mr.
Jutaro Komura Vici Miuibter ot
Foreigu Vffairs, to bti Ministei
J.iDan io the United Slutes. A! .
oppoituiHtiod.Komnrn was born in 1853 uud
law at Harvord Univei-
E Dry Goods
None bettor. Endorsed by tho
First Edition now ready,
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Published nud for sale only by
WAU NICHOLS CO.
Has jnst recoived a now lino
of TABLETS nml PAPET
ERIES with tho Stars and
Stripes on ctxch shoot of papor,
with Envolopcs to match.
Also, DEWEY TABLETS,
soniothing now and at right
prices. Now foreign mail
stationery! Elegant tinted
Papctories at 25c a box !
HogultirGOo Tablots at 35o
each! llogular 25o Tablots
at 20o eacli ! A Special Tab-
lot for tho Bovs in Blue at
a specially r.ow lMUOU!
316 Fsrt Street
THE EVENT OF'THE SEASON!
gtock of Dress Goods will 2
"be offered for sale on j2
Monday and Tuesday Next ! 1
Silks Qhallies, 3
Dimities, Organdies, 2
Prices Literally Torn to 2
Pieces. Special Offerings 2
Every Day. 5
Dress Goods Monday and Tuesday 1 1
N to lift tlio titstes
of little, fellow h for lino
Clolht'M tn u luel of refinement.
Tho wiIIh wo liavo for thorn
mo object Ickmiiih, which, fully
unik'iMood, will make thorn our
fiistoinoi-H when they lioconio
yonnti uion Mothon KNOW that
our 1UCST covt little moro
thiol miiiiu other's (loorost.
Wo linvryct a fow moio
of thoso SI. 50 l'oloni llatt
to bolt. Don't mlsx your clniliio,
it In ono of a life time.
Also kIiowIiik a HtitV
Mui'Uiimw Btruw thin wook,
: Wavcrley Blocl
9 Hotel Street
AKPnto for Dr,
, Delmel'A Llnen-Mes)
Bouil for Cutuloguo.
We Mako Shirts to Order.
Toloplinno No. 070.
MAUAMR LK VANWAY, of S. F.
SHIS. 1). K. OIIAMUHItS, of N. Y.
73 Beretania street,
HENRY BRYANT, Prop.
Tho stngo for Kaneoho, Ileoln, AVnl
kune, Puniiluu, Lnlo, Knluiku nml wuy
(lolnts, will leave Postitnico, Itethel
street Bide, at 0 a. m. (SuniliiyH except
eil), calling for passengers ami puck
nt;en at Uivejoy .t Co's, No.lUNuuanu
atjxStiiKes will make the return trip
roni Kuliuku dally . ' 1010
Our entire 2
We will commence the dis
play of our New Goods on
MONDAY, November 7th.
we nave wares lrom 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.
AH 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,
With a 2-horsoiH)wor UNION
(JASOMNB ENOINK.andall noeebnry
MotreH, Swltfhos, oto., Iu llrbt-class run.
nlng onlori Mima can bo easily run by
any borvatit in a vory Mhort time Tho
colls cannot buckle or short circuit.
l-'or furthor Information apply at?tho
Ilawallun Kloetilc Co. 1037-tf
Persons wIshliiR to cbwlii bo,in at
Makuwao, Maul, enn be e ccoiniiiodated
at MRS. II. II. HAIU'IV.S
Terms, 10 iiorweok, H5Q-(iin
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