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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER G, 1898.
Published Every Day, except Sunday, it tio King
street. Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. TARKINMTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
SATURDAY, NOV. 6, 1898.
DisnDnointod Wnialua etock
buyers now have nn opportunity
to put their tnonoy into territorial
As long ns sugar prices hold
high, tho worries of Hawaii do not
rest very heavily on tho local pub
Six thousand Japanese laborers
and thoy said Hawaii was nnxi
ous to rid itself of Asiatic labor
Porto Ricans now havo an op
portunity to show their now Ame
ricanism by preparing tho Thanks
Hawuiian commercial manipu
lated in tho interests of the small
stockholders as well as tho large
onos will bo something now.
Insurgents at Manila now havo
hard work to got a two lino space
in tho newspapers. They aro got
ting acquainted with American
wars and means.
The Freo Kindergarten shows
steady and magniGcont growth.
Tho ladies of Honolulu aro con
structing a monument to good
citizenship that has no poer for
grandeur and beauty of purpose
Forty millions for tho Philip
pihes and only four millions for
Hawaii. If tho annexationists had
only omployed a fortuno toller
perlmpB Hawuii would not havo
sold out at such a low figure.It'soue
of those forethoughts that came
Although a grout deal of spaco
is givon to tho critical conditions
arising from tho Fasboda incident,
tho respective commandors Kitch
ner aud Marohand seem to bo the
least belligerent of the whole lot.
Thoy got along comfortably under
two flags and appear to see no rea
son why tho diplomats Buould get
into a soriouB row.
HPA1X-MUHT aiVK WAY.
The most important news the
Doric briDgs is tho authorized
statement that President McKin
loy has finally determined that the
American policy shall bo toward
the retention of tbo entire Philip
pine group. This is particularly
interesting coming as it docs on
tho ova of the Congressional eleo
tions. Tho people of tho country
will not go to tho polls with a
query as to whut the administra
tion is going to do. Tho issue has
boen faced boldly and the people
havo time to think on their ways
beforo registering their acceptance
or rejection of tho oxpansion
policy. Tho attempts of tho Dem
ocrats to raako light of national
matters and make tho fight on local
State issues, is tho beet evidonco
that tho polioy of President Mo
Kinloy will receive overwhelming
As has beou anticipated the
possibility of a renewal of hostili
ties is nil. The American Com
misBionors aro hewing straight to
tho line. They rofuso to assume
sovereignty of Cuba or bocumo
responsible for any of its dobts,
but as a recognition of the bad
box Spain is in thoy show a will
ingness to assumo a portion of the
Fhilippioo indebtedness. In this
tho Americans show themselves
gonorous victors and not forget
ful of tho people of tno conquered
All talk of Eupropoan inter
ft renoo has vanished into thin air.
If France evor had any idoa of
supporting Spa"n by force if
necessary, the troubles in Fashoda
havo directed attention to matters
of moro serious import and Spain
is loft to fight her diplomatic bat
tles nloDO. In poaco matters
Spain soetns to have dovoted suffi
cient time to tho "dofonso of
honor," and appearances indicate
a speedy sottlolnont of tho
Several Smnll llnnwi Hcorclieil In
A tiro broko out at 3 o'clock yes
terday afternoon in a closo built
section reached by narrow lanes
off Emma strcot. Beforo it was
put out three cottages wore scorch
od and n cookhouse was destroyed.
Ohiof Enginoer Hunt had two
steamers and tho chomical ongino
at work. Two of tho damaged
houses wero io one lano and tbo
third separated from thorn by a
fonce. It was woll tho firo was
soon got under control, as only a
fow yards Foparato tho fiercest
part of it from the largo now
schoolhouso in Vineyard street.
H. A. Heen is the owner of tho
house property and is protectod by
insurance. Mrs. Heon was ill
aud had to be carried out of her
house. Somo effects of tenants
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Col. Soper, wifo and two child
ren are home again.
Tho Healanis will cive a dance
on Friday night f25thj full moon,
Y. M. C. A. meeting W. K.
Azbill will speak subject "Jesus
under Provocation." Mooting for
mun at & p. ni. Sunday.
Tho boat boys reaped a rich
harvest this morning in convoying
the troops from the Indiana to the
whurf at 10 conts per head.
Miss Mossman, clerk at tho
stamp and ladies' delivory window
at the Post Office, has been kept
from duty, for some time, by ill-
Tho regular monthly moetinc
of tho Pioneer Building and Loan
tssociatioo will bo held next
Monday evening. See New To-
The band will not play on Mon
day evening at Emma square on
account of the reception tendeied
liv Mr. and Mrs. Cooper to Miss
Ex U. S. Minister Sewall has
beoa interesting himself in an at
to npt to procure capable nursos
for tbo military Hospital at Camp
J. N. Steele, of the Kansas City
Star staff, Jcalled at the Bulletin
office this foronoou with H. L.
Lipqey, a comrado of his in Co. H,
20th Kansas Volunteers.
Gen. Hartwoll and daughter,
Senator J. A. MoOandloes,Lt. Col.
Geo. F. MoLood and Miss Anna
Perry aro among the town pcoplo
who roturnod homo in tbo Doric.
Postmaster General Oat was
pressed into sorvico at tho stamp
delivery window this morning, on
account of tho pressure in busi
ness nnd duties on tho rogular
Hon. Paul Isenborg, accompa
nied by members of bis family,
(arrived in tho Dorio on one of his
periodical visits to tho fromer
scenes of his public duties and
What do you want in reading
mutter ? You will bo very hard
to satisfy if you can't find somo
thing to please you in the splon-
did list of books offered by tho
Goldon Rule Baztar. Read tho
list in today's livo Bulletin. It
August Taellnor is with Co. K,
on tho Ohio. Mr. Taellnor was
in Honolulu about a year
ago and had an inter
esting exporionco on tbo guano
islands. Ho enlisted on tho first
call for volunteers and intonds to
"stay with it" till tho volunteers
are mustered out. Mr. Taollnor
is correspondent for the Urego
ninn and the Soattlo Times.
Cable. Proipecta Bright.
Genoral Hartwoll says cablo
prospects are bright. Mr. Sorym
Bor, president of tho Pacific Cablo
Co., will bo hero in December on
his way homo from Japan.
Jullua Hotlnif Iniprsve.il.
A lotter from Bromon dated
Ootobor 10 says that Julius Hot
ing aooms to bo'muoh bolter. Ho
I gets up for a few hoars daily.
Of the very best quality, and
in perfect condition, just re
ceived by tlie : : : : :
to keep our collar and cuff
stock always complete in
its assortment, so that if
you happen to have bought
one collar of us and liked it,
and want a half dozen more,
you will always find your
size in stock.
Aside from this we ques
tion if you get as much col
lar quality for your money
at any store as here. Of
course we keep the famous
25c. brands, but if you are
not minded to pay so much
you will find a deal of satis
faction and as much style
in our 115c. line as ,you can
possibly desire; but of course
if you want the best and do
not mind the price, you are
sure to get it in any of the
famous 25c. brands we
Merchant and Fort Streets.
We will commence the dis
play of our New Goods on
MUN DAY, November 7th.
we nave wares lrom over
twenty-five factories in Eu
rope and' the United States, and
there are more to follow.
Weberr to state that between
the 7th and 3oth of November
we will disDlav the best assort
ment of Holiday Wares ever
seen on these Islands.
All goods are marked in plain
Come and inspect, whether
you wisn 10 purcnase or noi
The People's Store,
MADAME LE VANWAY, of S. F.
MRS. 1). E. CHAMnKUSf of'N. Y.
73 Beretania street,
Honolulu, H. I.
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