Newspaper Page Text
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 4, 1898.
Published Every Day, except SunJy, t tio King
ttreel, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. HARRINGTON.
DANIEL LOO AN
Per month. nyhere In Hawaiian Ulandl $ .75
Per year " " " 8 o"
Peryear,poitpalJ,toAmerka,CanaJ orMexko to co
Per year, viulpaU, olhcr forclcn cotinulej .. . tj oo
"Payable Invariably In advance
Busineis Ofnce 250. Editorial Rooms, lflU.
Postoffice Dot, 404.
FKIDAY, NOV. 4, 1808.
Tlio coming tlieatricnl eoneon
bids fair to bo ouo of IIouoIuIu'h
Aside from tlio eeriouH side of tho
City of Columbia accident, it would
scorn thtit tho ship is loth to leavo
As tbo Filipino is said to some
what rosi'mulo tbo-Japanese, bo
ouubt not to bo u tothlly bad can
didate in tlio local litbor market.
Six thousand Jnpnneeo laborers
CoromiBMonpr Fitzgerald has
disapppaied and Hawaii heiida the
lint for promotiug tho Auglo
BItllAUl.NO IIOWN TIIH UAltltll'.HS.
A WOIITHY KXTKItPIIIHE.
Til Nienm Laundry Now Heady for the
Transaction of Uuilnest,
Anotbor ontorpriso of moment
has been launched on tho indus
trial sea of Now Honolulu.
For a number of years tho ab
solute necessity of n wbito stonm
lauudry has boon recognized. In
this country of perennial sunshine
whore thoro is so much light stuffs
worn people havo become tired of
sending valuubio clothing to tbo
present so-called lauudnes nnd
bavo it returned frayed, shredded,
Tbo Honolulu steam Lmunriry
Co., Ltd , as will bo seen by con
sulting Now Today in tbo Bulle
tin is now ready for business.
Tbo phnt ia fully equipped to do
all kinds of laundry work in first
class shape and expeditiously. All
ilaunels and shirts will be washed
by hand and ordinary mending
aud buttons sowod on freo of
Nouo but whito labor will bo
The superintendent is as an ex
perienced man aud tho work of the
company is guaranteed to tbo ou
tire satisfaction of customers.
Parcels will bo called for aud de
livered free of chargo. King up
telephono No. 583 and loavo your
UUHY POST Ol'l'lCK.
Admiral Beardslee in his articlo
for tho North American oxpreeBes
tiowb regarding tho treatmont of
ol States that may well bo given se
riouB consideration. Hawaii's pfo
plo need at tho present doy an in
fusion of tho spirit now obtaining
botweou the Noith atid tbo South
Tho vurious "wars"iu Hauaii
havo been small affairs, but the
bitterness arising has beou no less
severe than the war memories of
tho United States. On tho ouo hand
tho Queen has been represented as
typfyiug everything that isbad, and
anyone suggesting that sbo or her
peoplo wero warranted in tboir ac
tions immediately stamped non
corapus or a royalUt. On tuoothor
hand, the Republic and it support
ers wero equally bad besides beinp
thioves and robbers. It has been
impossible to talk of a middle
grouud to oitbor side. Fow could
rocognms thut thoro wis anything
high or holy outsido tho cauao they
Standing now with Hawaii's po
litical futuro settled, wo havo t-e-foro
uh the example of men who
suffered in Southern prisons, and
moo whocurspd tho overwhelming
power of the Northern States joiu
inc forces, forgetting tho past, re-
coguiziug that tho men who went
to defeat were honi st iu their con
victions, admitting that what ia is
right, smothering tbo ill will and
wronga of the punl aud uuiting for
tho extension, prognss and honor
of th newly comeutod nation. With
this oxumplo brought out in parti
cular promiueuce aud br.Iliancy by
rocoul events, what excui-o have tho
victorious elements of Hawaii for
keoping alive tho old fueling that
condemns a liberal policy toward
tlio Queenor auy member of tbo
former opposition party ? It ia the
duty of the victor to be generous,
Bud Hawaii should not be blow to
obsuiiio Unit duty. This is not tbo
ago when tho populace calls upon
tho viutor to oio hi'i defeated op-
poiiout tho fiuni knito thrust. Live'
and let livo is puticulr.rly the spi
rit that rules the American nation.
The time id soon coining whim
the question of a ponsion for tbo
ox-Qucin will In ilisous3od. Tbo
question will bo whether ilio ruling
aud victorious power shall force tho
defcVi?d Hawaii m to the wall or
deal "itli rmnifest liberality. If
juH iv n i'omh, f'o libir.il policy
will Jr "o -.1. Wobeliuvo this is
tbo true 'W.iccn spirit of today.
It in i. ,t .it . .ju'Uelj hi oak down
tho I r. - s .' 7 'isBtiijg,biit it will
bo ! ' ' 'ir o of tho kii dly
Am . i o iuienl which many
Haw .iiu i uu jot now appreciate.
Somo lllir 'JlalU the Uojra llitvs Hail to
Theso ore busy timeB for tbo
omployecs of tho Fo3toQice. Al
tbongh wo bavo boen favored
lately with a great many steamers
arriving from and departing for
l ho Coast the mass of mail still
continues to pilo into tho ofllco nt
a great rate.
The Aorauci which loft on the
2Gth of October for Vietoria took
17,(iS0 ordiuary letters, 13(5 regist
ered letter and 4C09 paperw, iu all
50 lings. Four days lat-r the
Australia left with 10,944 ordinary
Intteis 188 registered lettois aud
To show tho way mail
accumulates tho Bolgio for
which tho mail cIoskI six
hours after tbo Australia
Bailed, took 2-107 ordinary letters,
10 registered loiters aud 210 papers
22 tings in all. Tbo Australia al
ro took a very heavy mail from
Miniln, which anived hero on tbo
i'lioro is also tho heavy mail for
aud from the Colonioa and the
mail arriving from tbo Coast to bo
taken into consideration, enouu.li
to make almost anybody oranky,
but with nil their troubles aud
work tbo post office officials are al
ways patiout and obliging ita u
way they havo they cau't help it.
Of the very best quality, and
in perfect condition, just re
ceived by the : : : : :
Pacific Hardware Co, Lid,
fi We Take
The l!it Plaater..
A piece of flannel dampened
with Chnmbcrlaiu's Fain Balm
and bound ou to tho affected parts
is superior lo any plat-tor. When
troubled with a paiu iu tho chett
or sido, or a lamo back, give it a
trial. You are certain to be more
tliau pleaded with tho prompt re
lief which it affords. Pain Balm
is also a certain euro for rheuma
tism. For sain by all dealors.
Benson, Smith & Co., Gen. Agts.
D. G. Cuinarinos has rocoived
ou tbo bU'nmer Australia a big iu
voico of delicaoios, comprising
tho following: Freeh Salmou,
Crnbq, Frozen OvBters (tin and
nholl), Apples, Qrapos, Figa, Lo-
inoua, 1'uro UIivo UU, JJry
Fruit, oto., oto.
Court Luualilo, No. GGOO. A. O,
F. meets this ovoniug at K. of P
hall. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to vUitiug brothers. Sco
Fratornal Directory for notice of
meeting and also for meetings of
other fiaterunl sooiotics.
Eleotion of Officers.
At the imiiiml niootlii); of tlio OI.O
WAI.U COMPANY, hold this 31st tiny
of October, 1808, tho following stock
holders wero oloctad to servo an olllcors
for tlio ensuing year:
V. O. Irwin, l'roslilont.
W. M. Olirurd, Vlco-1'roi.ldont.
II. M. Whltnoy, Jr., Kocrotary
it nd TroiiBuror.
(ico. J. Hows, Auditor.
Aud tlio following to constitute th6
Hoard of Rlrectors:
W. O. Irwin,
W. L. Iloppor, and
II. M. WIIITNRY, Jr.,
Socrotary of the Olowalu Coiniaiiy.
Honolulu, Oct. ill, 1808. 105U
(f to keep our collar and cuff f.f
f stock always complete in f
f its assortment, so that if (f
(fl you happen to have bought (
f one collar of us and liked it, (0
f and want a half dozen more, f
(V you will always find your (f
l size in stock. (f)
fj Aside from this we ques- (f
(X tion if you get as much col- (0
l lar quality for your money (0
(0 at any store as here. Of (0
(0 course we keep the famous (
(0 25c. brands, but if you are ()
(0 not minded to pay so much (0
(t you will find a deal of satis- (f
(f faction and as much style '.f
l. in our 15c. line as you can '.!
(f possibly desire; but of course fl
(t if you want the best and do ($
(0 not mind the price, you are (0
f sure to get it in any of the 9
(t) famous 25c. brands we (0
( carry. (0
1 EMcIHERM 1
& Modern Clothier, jU
jV Merchant and Fort Streets. f
We will commence the dis
play of our New Goods on
A0NDAY, 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.
Sachs Dry Goods Co,
;!; m t $ nn n
Special for To-morrow!
1500 Doz. Towels.
BED SPREADS, SHEETINGS,
Pillow Casings and Flannelettes.
xT i 1 w iP iP mm HTTP w iPTP TP HIP iP TP iP tP tP tP iP IPTP TP tP TP TP P iP PEP
l 4 m 4w vl wlw ! wl l 4-m ! J m Jw wl. w 4 vf ! 4w mtm J J wm w vfw W wf. &m I
DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.,
The People's Providers.
None bottor. Endorsod by tho
This Foot was
Perfectly Fitte'd by . . .
First Edition now ready.
PKIOIS ONLY 10 0ENT8.
Published nut for ealo oaly by
WAU NICHOLS CO.
RED,WIHTE AND BLUE
From a diagram
by an afflicted
sufferer of Hawaii.
Tender feet perfectly
til , :( axI
ip'i TJ? & 17 lUJ
' V.v- $n
V l '
. V ' S ' I
The People's Store,
MADAMK IjRVANWAY, .f S. F.
MltS. D. K. OtlAMUKHS, vt N. Y.
71 Beretanla street,
Honolulu, H. I,
lias just received a now lino
of TABLETS and PAPET-
EHIES with tho Stars and
Stripes on each sheet of paper,
with Envolopcs to match.
Also, DEWEY TABLETS,
something no,w and at right
prices. Nov foroign mail
stationery! Elegant tinted
PapotoricB at 25o 11 box !
Regular 50o Tablets at 35o
each! Regular 25o Tablets
at 20o each! A Special Tab
let for tlio Boys in Blno nt
a SPECIALLY LOW PKIOIiS!
BiMBiasjaiaMSMsiaMEMaifOiH innorasinsirPiBia BisiBisijaraisiaiaiaiaisiaiaiaiaiaiaiaEiBiaiis.1!!!
a . .. si
r k. tb ivncsca m
r l f- .. . . 1 r ii u ji
g 111 niuny ucsigns anu ratierns. we can maue any siyie
w& venicie inai vou wani.
ll Hnn'olnlii C?irrinop rinnnffirtniv
gg ' o -. j
VV . r. VJtC.ICS-X-XrI lrop'r.
1034 V FOHT STItEICT, AIIOVB IIOTKL.
Bed Eoom Sets-
3IS Fort Street,
We have just received a fine invoice of BED ROoA SETS.
They are rapidly going at prices that PERMIT ALL TO PURCHASE.
'Call and see them. No trouble to shqw goods. v
CITY FUM1TCJEE STOEE.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Blooic, 534-536 Fort Street.
fi-W HfJ&A 'CitsSfWW.
4itftbSukd&rEi . ii.ti:i4 i.V.. " ." ' '&