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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 7, 1898.
Published Every Day, except Sunday, l eto King
street, Honolulu, H. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COA1PANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
MONDAY, NOV. 7, 1898.
Nevada claims tbo houor of
Imvinc maintained n cniup nt
Carson in which not a giuglo sol
dior hns dind. All hail Nevada.
Tho attempt to bolittlo tho in
togrity ot tho officers of the City of
Columbia ou account of tho recent
accident bns fnllou to tho ground.
New York boys going 'to Hilo
got their pay before departing.
Thus llilo will have its sharo of
tho Boldior's good American dol
Sevon officers and 120 men, tho
roputed French forco now in
Fattiioda, hnvo auocpedotl iu mak
ing lots of excitement if thoy aro
Tho I'renident of llnrvnrd col
lege bids fair to havo his alumni
af tor him with a sharp stick. Iu a
public speech ho has condomuod
the war und tho policy growing
out of it.
It is statid on good authority
that tbo Tonnesseo boys will not
put ou their fighting togs until
thoy got to Manila. Consequently
the p-nco guard about tho Adver
tiser otlico can bo withdrawn.
"Whntovor may be said of camp
life, it is at least making hotter
soldieisof tho volunteers. Meu
passing through on thomoro rocent
transports give ovidonce of the
good disciplino characteristics of
Voters of tho United States will
tomorrow register thoir opinions
&t tho polls. The result of the
voting will bo vital to tho interests
of tho United Statos and of no
small moment to tbo peoplo of
Hawaii. With tho Republicans
eocuring a working majority in
tho House and Semite thero is no
question that tho polioy of expan
sion will bo promptly and com
pletely carried out and a firm
foreign policy assured. A failure
to obtain a fall majority in both
houses means delay, backing and
filling, and political manipulation
for party favor rather than tho
best iutorests in tho country.
A reviow of tho situation by the
NowYork Horald indicatos that the
administration will bo supported
and whilo tho Democrats will
make iu roads on tho Republican
Congressional mnjoritv, the gnins
in tho Sonato will givo tho Bo
publicans a solid working forco
without calling on Fusion or
Silver Bopublicans for assistance.
"In tho presont Corjgress thoro aro
201 Bopublicans, 122 Democrats,
15 Fusionists, 12 Populists and 4
Silvorites. A cuuvosc indicates
that tho complexion of tho next
Congross will probably bo 193
Bopublicans, 113 Democrats, 8
Fopulibts, 12 Fusionists and 1
SUverito. Tuub tho Republican
control of Congress is. apparontly
not in any danger, and tho Bopub
licans will still havo a working
majority over tho Domoorats and
Special attention is directed to
tho state elections as thirty Sena
tors will bo eloctod by various
logislaturos. It is reasonably cer
tain that a Bepublican Senator
will fill Senator White's soat. The
'Democrats hopo that tho fight
against Quay in Pennsylvania
will result in a Republican defeat;
New Jqrsoy is in tho doubtful
oolumn and Now York is claimed
by both faidoH, although Boose
volt's prospects uro undoubtedly
brightor than at the opoting of
tho campaigu. If Boosovolt wins,
a Republican legislature will un
doubtedly follow to roplaco Soua
tor Murphy. Boosovelt will un
quostionally poll a good majority
from tho Now York troops in tho
Cold. The boys admiro tho
Bough Bider colon ol for his
fighting qualitios, although par
tisans in tho ranks aro not alto
gether satisfiod with tho latter ho
wroto Secretory Alger.
Tho Republicans havo awakon
ed from thoir political lethargy and
tho majority of tho voters fool that
first tho administration must bo
supported, and then they can
turn their attontion tho Stato
Another Holiller Dies.
Corporal Oscar R. Whoelor, Co.
E, 1st N. Y. V., diod shortly bo
foro midnight at the Military
hospital. He was 21 years of ago.
Tho causo of death is not given in
tho cortificato accompanying the
application for burial permit. Ed.
A. Williams, undortakor, has
cbargo of tho funeral arrango
monts Tho body will bo em
balmed and dopositod in tho Nuu
ami cometory vault to await trans
mission homo for intorment.
Corporal Wheeler bolonced
near Utica, N. Y. His captain
boiug sick in hospital, and lieut-
ennant out at tho Waialao camp,
arrangements for tho funeral aro
waitinc. It is probablo that it
will take placo from St. Androw's
cathedral at 10 o'clock tomorrow,
WPS. 4. 5 AND 6.
Of the very best quality, and
in perfect condition, just re
ceived by the : : : : :
Eahuku sold for 115 on change
this morning. This was tho only
transaction which took placo. No
sales were reported from tho
strtet. American Sugar Co. was
offered for S105, Ewa at S2S7
Oaliu R. fc L. Co. utS80. For
Oahu $155 was bid with nono
offering. For both Haw'u Gov't
and O. B. k L. Co. Bonds par was
Juilit WlltWr Takei Ofllce.
Gardner K. Wilder took tho oath
of otlico as Circuit Judgo of the
third and 1'ourtJi Judicial Cir
cuits, iu tho Island of Hawaii, bo-
foro Dauiol Porter, clerk, at liilo
on November !.
E. E. Oldiuc. chemist for the
Union and Hawi mills, Kohala,
is visiting tho city.
By instruction of 0. H. Dickoy,
Ep(., Administrator of tho Estate
of 0. A. Schnoider, deceased, I
will soil at Public Auction, at tho
Schneider place at Kuiaha, Hama-
kualoa, island of Maui, on
Saturday, Nov, 12, 1898,
At 12 o'clock noon,
FIVE ACRES OF LAND, with
Dwelling House, Tannory Build-
iDg and Outhouses, and all of tho
personal proporty of tho estate,
consisting of two Horses, Brake,
Harness, 1 urmturo, Xools.ljoathor
and Loather Work, Tanning Ma
iho place is an ideal one for a
country homo, situated about 1000
feet above sea levol, and suitable
for coffeoculture. About ono-half
tho land is in gulch; a largo num
ber of treos are growing on tho
placo, liko eucalyptus, mango,
guava, Java plum, oto.
GEO. HONS, Auctionoor.
For f urthor particulars apply to O. II.
Dickoy at Pala, Maui, or to Geo. lions
21 We Take
(X to keep our collar and cuff
to stock always complete in
to its assortment, so that if
to you happen to have bought
to one collar of us and liked it,
(0 and want a half dozen more,
to you will always find your
to size in stock.
to Aside from this we ques-
to tion if you get as much col-
to lar quality for your money
(0 t any store as here. Of
to course we keep the famous
to 25c. brands, but if you are
(f J not minded to pay so much
to you will find a deal of satis-
to faction and as much style
(fj in our 15c. line as you can
to possibly desire; but of course
'.! if you want the best and do
to not mind the price, you are
to sure to get it in any of the
to famous 25c. brands we
jn Modern Clothier,
to Merchant and Fort Streets.
Js -" IV . C: : 5K,'
House Lot on Klll tret, at Kallhl.
IOO X IOO.
Mouse ani Lot at Killhl !Bionx ioa.
I Price Si. too.
rllouse and Lot on Young street; 75x155.
1.01 ai rvomoiiMiu, odoui y acre(
'Lot on Prospect street, 75x135.
'Three Lots ODCoslte McKe UaA
I next to Macdonald's.
ruur bun rvapanuiu iraci. Site 30 X
M. K. KEOHOKALOLE and
15 Kaaiiumaittj St.
Iiyou want your Carrlago,or 1'hiclon
Kupalred or Trimmed, call on
J. L. DUSHALISKY,
408 Alakea atroet, lxitwopn King anil
Morobant rtroeta. 1021
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 be? 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.
W W Mmnnrl h Pn
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The People's Store.
Sachs Dry Goods Co,
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Special for To-morrow !
1500 Doz. Towtils.
BED SPREADS, SHEETINGS,
Pillow Casings and Flannelettes.
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DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.,
The People's Providers.
MADAME LK VANWAY, at S. V.
MRS. D. E. CIIAMUEltS, of N. Yt
73 Beretania street.
Honolulu, H. I,
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"Four Months Alter Dte." by Rndll I. Tyler.
"Malcom Kirk," by Charles M. Sheldon.
"On the Urlcht Shore," by Slenklewlei.
"That Third Woman' "
"Up Terrapin River.1' by Ople Real.
"Mrs. Annie Green," " "
"In Buncombe Country." by Maria Loulte Pool.
"The Awakenlnc ol Noahvllle," by Franklin II. North.
"The Unseen Hand," by Lawrence L. Lynch.
"A Wounded Name," by Capt. Chas. Klne. U. S. A.
"For the Delense," by fergus Hume.
"The Harlequin Opal.
"Whli," by Amelia Weed llotbrook.
.C. Ma. Thu It.ar " hi. .l.ill.n finiitrtn.
"How I Escaped," by Cunler.
"The Damnation otTueronWare." by Harold Frederic
"A Woman .Worth Wlnnlne," by Ceo.ManvllU Fenn
"The Grasshoppers." by Mrs. Andrew Daanv
LaWKfipStrick." byRotfe'rVDuchanan. We have Just received a fine Invoice of BED ROOM SETS
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(ITY fEUBNlTUEE STORE.
H H. WILLIAM, Manager.
Love Bloolc, 534.538 Fort Street.
In many ppsigns and Patterns. We can make any style
ventcie tnat you want.
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
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