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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 3, 1898.
Published Every Day, encrpt Sunday. t tio Klne
itrttt, Honolulu, II. I., by the
Bulletin Publishing company.
W, R. FARRINOTON EJItof
DANIEL LOGAN City EJIIor
THUKSDAY, NOV. 3, 1898.
Hawaiian expansion is a euro to
follow Bnuoxntion ns nigbt follows
day provided tho peoplo nooopt
tho truo, nctive Americanism of
Tho morning organ still worries
over its African blunders. Al
ready about ton columnB have
boon dovoted to explanations that
do not oxplain. Givo us ton
Tbo men who withdrew from
purchasing bonds on account of
"legal questions arising" will
probably live to soo tbo day when
thoy will wish tboy had not boon
60 oa8ily frightened.
All mou aro mortal. Nothing
bo fully impresses this fact upon
tho public mind as sorious dif
ficulties arising in tho churches.
Yet thero remains tbo assurance
that nil things work together for
AVhon tho individual soldier
learns tbat tho health of tho camps
depends nuito as inucb on strict
obedience to orders as tho strict
oversight of commanding officers,
tho probloms brought out by tho
war will be settled.
Whilo tho government is going
nhead with tbo public improve
ments tho now park should not bo
slighted. Thero aro childron in
this city who will assist in pay
ing for this improvement and if
thoy are to gain any benefits, the
work should begin now.
No small portion of Hawaii's
population pays its rospects to tho
Emperor of Japan todny. No
portion of tbo American nation
has a better acquaintance with or
a highor appreciation of tho pro
gressive spirit of tho Japanoso
nation than tho citizens of 11a-
Although Murat Halstoad has
not beon hoard from, it is a uot
nblo fact that nearly all Amer
icans returning from the Philip
pines are firm in tbo belief that
tbo United States should maintain
sovereignty ovor thoso islands.
Tho conditions aro not idoal. Tho
olimato is bad and tho peoplo aro
ignorant, yot tho humanitarian de
mand upon tho United Statos in
this instance is no less positivo
than in Cuba. Barbarism is in
ovidonco at overy turn, and tbo
moral duty of tbo United Statos is
as clear as tbo light of day.
Foroign nations are warned that
they should walk warily as hopes
and fonra bavo beon arousod in
China that can only bo quonched
with blood unless master
minds, with full knowledge of
conditions aro in control. Chin
eso opinion is gradually contoring
about tho poles of liberalism and
conservatism. Tho former take
to westorn customs, are progres
sive, and tho lattor stand by Con-
Tfrrciotis-aml iilive in tho pasfr"-
Givon timo, onlightonraont must
conquor, as a ay accompanies tho
sun. "And this will bo tbo case
whethor China bo or bo not divid
ed into spboros of influonco and
finally absorbed by European
powers. If she romain independ
ent, tho process will bo slow: if
dividod tho advnuco will bo bv
leaps arid bounds."
Tho childron of ktoday aro tbo
citizens of tomorrow. It behooves
tbo govornmont to act promptly
on all moasuros tbat will servo to
uplift and mako hotter tho lives of
thoeo coming men and womon.
When tho Legislature baa givon
absoluto diroctious regarding park
privileges far tho childron of tbo
orowded sections of tho city, tbo
pooplo can soo no'oxouso for delay.
Tho oommorcial spirit that gets
roads, wharves and laud surveys
should not domiuato everything.
Improvomont in moral conditions
is really ffr moro important than
prog r 088 counted in dollars and
CHINA AS IT IS.
An oxprcssion most frequently
used in argutnonts on conditions
in Hawaii is "the situation is pe
culiar." It appjara, howovor, that
Haw !i ib not tho only plaoo on
thoac ! thtjoarth that isn't
und.TB io:' Tbo editor of tho
ColeaUul 3 qtij iro very foroibly
calls i. wh i jr, writors for British
maga.5i.rv i it teeir luok of appre
ciation of ao tiuo couditions in
tbo Chincso Empire. Ho says
these writors think thoy havo
sounded all tho probloms of China
and eottlod thorn up-to-date, and
in this respoct thoy show an ovor
recurring mouumontal ignoranco.
" For China," sayB tbo British
editor in Shanghai, "is still a land
of contradictions, a land of vast
proportions, a land unknown, ex
cept superficially, to tbo Westorn
nations, a land without a police,
without a Sunday, a land of cruel
ty and kindness, of rampant ugli
ness and ro lined beauty, of hones
ty and fraud, of progress and re
trogression, a land of topsy turvy
doom tho land of contradictory
qualities, and nature insorutablo.
"Politically, China !b at tho
moment in tho throos of a night
mare. Sho stands on tbo edgo of
an unfathomablo abyss. Hor
rulers aro grappling each with tbo
otbor upon tho vorgo. With nil
the horror of tho danger clear bo
foro thoir oyes, hor onlightoned
sons looic on and wontior wiint
next? Thoir past of thousondsof
years a past which taken all in
all ha3 not beon without its glory
is threatened with oblivion.
Thoir hopes for tho future, which
only a short month ago had taken
such a rosy tint, aro dashed to the
ground. Thoy aro no longer hopes,
although tboy aro Btill rod red
with tbo blood of tbo martyrs to
progrc9S,who during theso lantfow
days havo fallen m Pekin, with
nono litorally nono 'so poor to
do thorn roverenco.' Thoir bodies
bavo beon subjected to tho deopest
degradation that China can intlict,
and bavo gone into a common and
"Wo bavo to go bock to the hor
rors of Inquisition days and to re
read Fox's Book of Martyrs to bo
able to approciato tbo proaeut po
sition of the reform party in
China. The Emporor may bo dead
or may bo alivo, but his followers
arc in tbo prodicamont tbat tbo
Roformors found thomsolves in
tho days of Bloody Quoen Mary
Yet in that caso reform was ulti
mately triumphant, and webeliovo
it will bo bora."
Of the very best quality, and
in perfect condition, just re
ceived by the : : : : :
D. G. CamarinoB haa rocoived
on tho steamer Australia a big in-
voico of dolicacios, comprising
tho following: Fresh Salmon,
Crabs, Frozon OyBtors (tin aud
Bholl), Apples, Grapes, Figs, Lo
mons, Puro Olivo Oil. Drv
Fruit, etc., oto.
Tho uso of tho Sincor m mil
lions of homos shows tbo unpro
codouted success of thoso ideal
sowing machines. It is convinc
ing proof, that tho Singer oxcols
in all lands of family Bewinu and
art ncedlo work. All our sowing
machines aro of tho host construc
tion, beautifully decorated, and
are mounted on solooted woods in
finoly finished cabinets of artistio
designs, li. Borgorson, agent, 1GJ
Eleotion of Officer.
At tho annual meeting of the OI.O
WALU COMPANY, hold this 31st day
of Octolor, 1898, tho following stock
holders wero oloutod to servo no ofucors
for tho ensuing year:
W. Q. Irwin, 1'roshlont.
W. M. GllTard, VIco-Prosldont.
II. M. Whltnoy, Jr., Secretary
Goo, J. Itoss, Auditor.
And tho following to constitute tho
Board of Directors:
W. 0. Irwin,
W. Ii. Honpor, and
II. M. WHITNEY, Jr;,
Socrotary of tho Olowalu Company.
Honolulu, Oct. 31, 1608, 1050
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.
The People's Store,
Is to lift tho tastos
of Uttlo follows for lino
Clothes to a lovol of roflnoment.
Tho suits we havo for thorn
are objoct Iossoiih, which, fully
understood, will inalco tllom our
customers wlion they bocomo
young inon. Mnthors KNOW that
our UEST cost llttlo moro
than sumo other's poorest.
Wo havo yot a fow moro
of those $1.50 Kodorn Hats
to soil. Don't nilbS your chnuco,
It isono of a llfo time. "r
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MItS. D. E. OHAMUEItS, of N. Y.
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Forsons wishing to obtain board at
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Has just received a now lino
of TABLETS and PAPET
ERIES with tho Stars and
Stripes on oaoh sheet of paper,
with Envelopes to matoh.
Also, DEWEY TABLETS,
something now and at right
prices. Now foroign mail
stationery! Elegant tinted
Papotorios at 25o a box !
Regular 50o Tablets at 35o
oaoh! Regular 25o Tablets
at 20o each! A Special Tab
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Bed Room Sets-
We have jusUecelved a fine Invoice of BED ROOM SETS.
They are rapidly going at prices that PERMIT ALL TO PURCHASE,
Call and see them. No trouble to show goods.
CITY FUEN1TUEE STORE.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Block, B34-536 Fort Street.