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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 2, 1898.
PabllsheJ Every Day, except Sunday, at no King
itreet. Honolulu, II. I., by Pit
BULLETIN PUIILISIUNG COMPANY.
W. R. TARRINOTON
DANIEL LCXJAN . .
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2, 1898.
Col. Littlo cuu now appreciate
the forco of tho exinoBoiou "nave
mo from my friends "
Croato within ua n umv nnnoxn
tion heart. Thnt is what Hono
lulu Heetns to need just at present.
Honolulu struck up such an iu
tinmto ncqiiHint iuc with tLiO Seat
tle liuo that it fools rather lonoHomo
without one of its ships in port.
It is really uukiutl for tho Star
to fail to give credit foruows taken
from tho Bulletin yostrdNy
afternoon regarding tho troops go
ing to 11 ilo.
Olaa nlanters are paid to bo
much oxr'ti'ii over diigr pnMjvctB.
They have a right to ho interested
in any new enterprise thnt brings
a laigp frinneiil first tr tho mill.
Hilo gets the first liglit wiue and
bror lie libo issued. The wr.ut col
umn of our Ua'fitii friends is find
ing ready response in Honolulu,
for which it is tmppced due cre
dit will be eh en.
It is with sntisiaction that wh
rote our morning coutomporar is
becoming cotmuml that there ii
another hide to tho conditions at
Camp McKinley. Oflicors can is
8U0 ordeis but it ofiou takn time
to oducvfb- iuexperiiuiced coldiers
Had Col. Baibor made as fre
U80 of the nowepapers a his former
coininauiliD" olheer. tho chauc-B
re that hh nosition would be
more clearly underbtood locally
V'h"lliHr ho has made a mistake
in this or not is a question on
which all will n t egreo. Om
thing is certain, however, tho olli
cihls at Wahhiugtou will have a
o'ea' view of tho exact situation
and the rowerds and responsibility
will bo placed where merited.
Regarding tin1 sphon of official
Butliority, Col. Brher is unqneb
tiouably nu deeply interested as
noyouo in tho fiual and prompt
BettleiuGiit. Until thoao questions
nre settled, it hnlioovos our people
to i it u hold judgment and ex'eud
to the Now YmkiTs tho American
courtrhy which is dun them.
iui6Biou. Uoupled witli this is
tho ropresontation of a lack of
truo Amoricanisra that will un
doubtedly bo raado by army offi
cers. Tho impression that will
roach Washington is this: That
Honolulu is a magnificent ontor-
tainor but whou it comos to co
operation with official American
ism it falls short of tho anticipated
Goneral Morriam first ran
against it, and tho government
immediately got on its official ear
without accomplishing anything
hut makiug an oneray. Tho
strained rolations furnished a dis
agreeable basis for tho Board of
Health to start on. Consequently
what might havo been han
dled nuiotly and completely
lms resulted in a most unfortunate
official friction, and tho situation
9"cni8 to bo daily intousified
rather than alleviated. If this
tiling keeps on tho first thing wo
know tho army will havo orders
to treat Hawaii as conquered ter
ritory without any ifs or nnds.
If tho American flag nnd tho
Amorican troops woro hero only
for a day, the proposition would
b quite different. But the peo-
pie of tho country havo got to
come lu to lino wiin American
mptholB whothor they want to or
not and this wrath that is piling
up at Washiuuton is all going to
havo its effect in tho future, and
ultimately work out unfavorable
financial, commercial and govern -m
Is thoro any roason to doubt
that Col. Barber will report to
Washington tliat ho has beou forc
ed to tako private lands for gat ri
sen purposes ou account of a lack
of local official cooperation ?
Will be not ree-ivo the endoree
ment of Gen. Mcrriam if he does
so Rtate ?
Which have tho most influeuco
iu WftHhington, Americans of the
United States army and thpir
sympathizers or tho pooplo of Ha
Whoso commouls on the Amer
icanism of tho Hawaiian Govern
ment will carry more weight than
tho influential civilians now iu tue
Whethor they want to or not,
cau tho officials hero afford to nl
low tho prosent friction to conti
nue? Hawaii's independence is gone
forever. Its peoplo must act as an
integral part of tho Amprunti
nation, aud to accomplish the bout
rHnultH the truo American spirit of
cooperation and assistance must
Of the very best quality, and
in perfect condition, just re
ceived by the
nn w., no.,
bioui: A.MintH'AMsM ni:kih:i.
In view of the possibility thnt
tho N' w York nvimeut is looking
Ildowrds for a poimanout arri
eon, i' is not amis for Uouolulu to
etrik a balniioe aud tote whether
or no it i n t trending a pathway
with the in il it hi y iitituoritiori thnt
will work an unneci'ssMry aud pB
eiblv deplorable injury. They nitty
well ask th-mneUvs whither Ho
uo'ulu ollici-iU h'vo be u as cor
diittiu tUHiratutudotounl Ihper
maueut ar ny forees here as the of
fioialri luWitalii igtoU'ioeetrd fiom
n cuutry pleaditit! forauu'X'ttioii.
Honolulu lant.iit pas- too light'y
thoimprdssion iu h- U i. itl States
tinny that the p oplo hero wish
that th y had not eouiemd that of
ficii tl disposit ou is to mak'3 the
Ii'ilhway of the established foicos
more dibacreeal)!o thau otherwise;
that Honolulu m moro anxious to
wpooil the parting soldier thau make
)leannt the stay of tho garrison.
Whethor this feeling nmoug tin
troops is warrant d or not makes
no dilToreuce. It is thero and is
bound to havo its inlhiotioo in
Washington and throughout the
It is to ho hoped that tho people
,AiorQ do not fn.il to appreciate tho
in flu on in of various commercial
organizations, tho strongest friends
of annexation, now bringing all
thoir forces to boar to defeat
tho potitious made to tho Oom-
Tho Uflo of the Singor in mil
lions of homes shows tho unpre
cedouted success of those ldonl
sowing machiues. It is conviun
ing proof that tho Singer excols
in all kinds of family sewing and
art ncedlo work. All our sewit.tr
machines are of tho host construc
tion, boautifully decorated, aud
are mouuted on solected woods iu
finely finished cabinets of artistic
deatgiiB. B. Bergerson, agent, 1GJ
We will commence the dis
play of our New Goods on
AONDAY, 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 roods are marked in plain
Come and inspect, whether
you wish to purchase or not.
The People's Store.
Sachs Dry Goods Co,
Special for Tomorrow !
1500 Doz. Towels.
Pillow Casings and Flannelettes.
The People's Providers.
Election cf Officers
At tliu uniiiul mooting of tho OI.O
WAI.U COM I'ANV, hold this 31st (lay
of October, !8'JS, tlio f()lblii' i-tn !;
hohlorH wuro oloctoil to serve as olllcors
for tho ensiling ymir:
V (1. frwln, I'rosiil'iit.
W. M. (lltr.ir(l, Vho-l'rosldont.
II, M. Vhltnoy,.lr., Soerotury
(loo. J. Hosh, Auditor.
And tho followliig to constitnto tho
Ilourd of I )1 rcc tons :
W. fl. Irwin,
V. L. Iloppor, nnd
II. M. WHI'rXKY, Jr.,
Soerotury of tho Olowitlu Coinp.uiy.
Honolulu, Oct. i IU, 181)8. 1U.M)
Th to lift tho tastes
of littlo followM for lino
Clotlifs to n lov'l of refinement.
Tho suits wo havo for thorn
nre ( lijoct lesnons, which, fully
understood, will make tliom our
ciistonuirH whon they becomo
yiiniiK mull. Mothers KNOW that
our lilCST cost littlo moro
than miiiiu other's poorest.
Wo Iiavo yot n fow moro
of thoso $1.50 Kodoni llati
to Mill. Don't ndss your elmilco,
It In olio of a lifo time.
Also sliowinu a still'
Miiolunaw btrau this week,
Nono bettor. Endoreod by tbo
First Edition now ready.
PEICE ONLY 10 GENTS.
This Foot was
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From a diagram
Published and for salo only by
9 Hotel Street
conta for Dr. Delmel's Llnen-Mesb
Underwear. Bund for Catalogue
tlonolii'o Stalin llaiiiog Mill
(Successors to George Lucas),
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Fort street, IIoiiolulu. KiTiG
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We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophono No, 070.
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Has just rocoivctl a now lino'
of TABLETS ami PAPBT
ERIES with tho Stars and
Stripes on each shoot of paper,
with Envolupes to match.
Also, DEWEY TABLETS,
something now and at right
prices. Now foroign mail
stationery! Elegant tinted
Papotories at 25o a box !
Regular 50o Tablets at 35c
each! liogular 25o Tablots
at 20o each ! A Special Tab-
lot for tbo Boys in Blue at
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In many Designs and Patterns. We can make any style
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Honolulu Carriage rianufactory
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1031 FOHT STOKET, AHOVK HOTKT
We have a big lot of Handsome Pictures, including Water Colors,
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