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TUE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 8, 1898.
f oblUheJ Every Day, except SunJay, t io KlnR
tieet, Honolulu, II I by the
Bulletin Publishing company.
W. R. FARHISGTON
Suli'rlilioti Hull I
Per month, anwhete In Hawaiian Island $ 1$
Per year ' " " . . . 8 ck,
Peyear piutptlJ to America CanaJa or Mexico 10 oo
IVr year, postralJ other torelRn countries ij oo
"PayaWe Invariably In advance.
TUESDAY, NOV. 8, 18!)8.
It is hoped our continental fol
low citizens fire voting onrly unci
When Wnshinptoo fiuthoritio
givo out ollieial corresp indenco it
is usually iloue with a purpose in
The AiinriiMin Hiiip'mil lor is tho
ono who smiles when lio hears
that docks on tho Pacific Coast
docks ii 10 overcrowded.
Tho lirnt question the Southern
er hero auks the Teuuoisoo boys:
Did y hi bring auy ot that good
old blue (jnibB in bottles ?
We hope tho snlu of additional
bonds menus tint tho Honolulu
Bewer system is to recoivo tho se
riom oonsi loration of the Execu
By putting two anil two toget
her it is appaieut that Wnshinp;
ton authoiities aro faorablo to tho
speedy oxtHiihion ot American
laws to Hawaii.
Now is Hilo ready to givo tho
Bulletin credit for suggesting to
Col. Brtrlier that tho New York
baud would bo highly appreciated
on the big inland.
Hawaii's labor enthusiasts aro
now rorioiisly considering a trip
to tho Philippines. Pleasant out
ing for sumo ono if tho plautors
will pay the billi.
Tho Tennesson hoys havo cap
tared tho town by thoir good cou
duut and guod soldierly appoar
nnco. And the morning orgau
wishes it had in t "-poke."
Nearly every nation of tho
globe has couunouded tho CV-nr's
poico proposition as a goad thing
and procoo led forthwith tn iu
croaso thoir army and navy.
Till: HKWAOK SlSTK.1t.
Hilo is pnt down as first on tho
list to raiso objoction to tho expen
diture of publio nionoy for a Ho
nolulu sower system. Whether Hi
lo and tho outside districts will
play tho rolo mapped out for them
by some prophets remains to bo
seen. Wo ought, however, to givo
them tho credit in advanco for not
taking a narrow minded view of
It makes no difference whether
Hilo is to bo tho metropolitan cen
ter of this territory or not, Hono
lulu will not bo any smaller mi
tnorically than it is now and tho
construction of a proper sowaco
systom will novor bo less import
ant. Tho proper policy for Hilo to
tako is to agitato the proper sur
voy for a sowago systom at that
place, so that in yoars to corao,
when the town has expanded and
fulfilled its ideals of size and im
portance, its rcsidonco will not
fiud themselves woudoring why
they did not foreseo the increase
in population and proparo for it.
The situation in Honolulu today
furnishes another instance of a
condition that is not a theory. Good
moury has been expended in pet-
NOS.4,5 AND 6,
Of the very best quality, and
in perfect condition, just re
ceived by the : : : : :
Pacific Hardware Co, Lid,
?s A : A :2 tX ; : s: : s? w
w Men's Underclothes.
J; There are many stoics
f in rtvn ia hin iiiins. nntlir
,. ,t t i i i ' III luwii w iiL'ii; 1111:11 a ui
ttnr tlirt mtninrt rir nvitnrla ti lift .. . .
....b .... ,r v.. : -"-"- ; ' ' rf 5 dothes, or to call it by a
l more ponul.ir name, under-
Presidont McKinley to Captain
J. Ij Carter of the Hilo militia:
' G'eotiug: Don't bother my grout
and good friends, the Hawaiian
Esecutio. WII do it for jou."
Thn Kiui8iaCit Journal saj s:
"0 ilont-1 Funston is tho only
Ka'isas army ollicer who so far
has been engaged in battle. And
it should be noted that ho licked
apply theory to olitaiu tho best
practical solution. The report has
been mado and tho Legislature has
voted tho wherewithal to carry
forward tho actual construction of
tho sewage eystom. Tho point has
now been reached whero tho Exe
cutivo Council is in a position to
act, to float tho bonds and begin
the work. Tho situation is such
that no extended argument ought
to be required to obtain
A moro explicit order from thp
people "to go ahoad" ought not to
bo uecesbary than tho nllirniative
vote of tho people's representa
tive, the Legislature. Certainly
nothing can bo gained and no one
can tell what it may cost to furthor
carry out the policy of dolay.
It has boon suggested that tlioio
may bo difliculty in floating the
bonds. This may or may not bo
true. Facts will never bo known
until tho trial is made, aud tho
Executive is not rospousiblo for
tho failuro of any one to buy secu
rities of tho Republic of Hawaii.
The legal queries that havo bin n
put forward have been auswored,
and from a political and bushf ss
standpoint, tho only thing for tho
Executive to do is to go fearlesslj
forward and wait tho results, if
the bonds fail to s
little danger that
ease tho lesponsi
rebts with tho people and with
m wear, is sold; but at no
i other store in town will you j
X find such a carefully select- :!i
'." i stock as here. "
(0 In cotton underwear we (t
( have everything which is f
fi worthy of place in our stock, rt
from the lightest weight to m
the heaviest woolen gar- ;!;
ments. Prices from
75c to 5Z.50 a Garment.
Our stock of merino un
derwear (merino commer
cially is a mixture of wool
and cotton) ranges from
$1 25 to $2.50 a Garment.
And we have it in white and
natural grey. In pure woolen
underwear prices range from
$2 to 12 50 a Garment,
including the famous Jaeger
"Health" brand;.ind besides
these brands we carry a
complete stock of Balbngg.in
(J underwear of famous ling- f(
lisli manutacttire. And, nest n
fn of all, we carry such a variety j
i of sleeve and drawer lengths :!:
" that only here can men of 'JJ
(fy extraordinary shapes buy (f
j properly litting underclothes
1 M. McINERM
n Modern Clothier,
ji( Nk-rcliant and r-ort streets. fj
The Sea'tle Huh iiiv hm an
opportunity to "iim Phoanu like"
from the wreck of tho City of
Columbia Nv stoiuanhip linos
will huvo to bt prepaied to burn a
liUh money at the outset to inukc
thu l'uoruin a e.miph te sucetss.
An Ainerieau lixohango sajs:
"With Hawaii, Poi to Itico and tho
Philippines mir guvernmuit will
pr ce.-d just as it did in Calforuia.
Eir-it a military yovariior; then n
trrilorial organizntio 1 v,ith lirnil-
od frvnchisi-B, remaining, howevii,
uuder th control Congress, at-
Arizona and Now Mexico now do:
thon full B'nt'hond, if ever ' the
population shows itself worthy of
that Hdvauoi'muut. It is nothing
new thit our g vernment is pro
posing in the Philipi nes, and it
all'ords no oppxitntiity for tin
charge of violnting a national
jninciplp." This is all right ex
cept tn at Hawaii has pnss'd
through the usual military period
nn! h n .'v n'") r' for the terri
torial or nu itioii w thout a limit
this nioiniug wero '23 shares of
ilawaiian Sugar at lf)7 50. For
luihuku fllo was bid. ylon neked;
U.ihu Sugar Co. bl5tj bid, cd(if
iirtked; Olowalu Silt) bid, $l-n
ask-d; Govpinmont (! per contu
100 bid. Asked: American Suhi
paid up i?105, Ewa ..'Ji), lluuniimi
Suar ylliO, Uouoniu fe'.'lOo, Jlono
knaSlTO, Kipahulu S110, Ookalu
i!)0, Paeilio Sugar Mill S2:i."i, I'e
piekoo y'210, Waiinoa Mill Silo,
Int.-r lxlnnil S11.J, llawaiiiin
Last iiBuebBinoiit of 15 pur cent,
on (Kim, duo and payable Oct
'20. Delinquent Nov. 2o N.-w
dock issues Nov. 15. A 2 mr
cent dividend on Honokna is due
ind payable Nov. 1.
5S Holiday Season,
o tlio Stock I,jVcliFine
! !( & A if & 'ie lp 'if ifc Jf 'if if if if
THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS,
Direct Importing Co.,
Will Continue Their Sale of Seasonable Goods
FOR ONE MORE WEEK.
i r i f -n r t flr-vm
J3r" Your attention is particuliirly called to a lino of
Ladies, Silk Undervests, at Ii for $1 -just half price
To a lino or 32-inch India Linons, at $2.25 per piece
of 2J yards. Usually sold at $.'1.75 per piece.
To a lino of Printed Xainsooks, at 20 yards for $1.
To a lino of Puro Silks, at IlOc per yard. All colors
To a lino of Wool b'orge at 50c per yard. In Iilaek,
Navy Cardinal and Oreain.
You want to lose no time in looking at this lot.
Jfm JJt. JJ. JJv rfjv Jf JJ TV 'Jv T" TV 'P "T" "T "I T "lr P T T r T
DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.,
The People's Providers.
Nono better. Endorsed by tho
Mis. Milso was lepriniandul
this morning by Judo Wilcox for
permitting a forooious (log to
iiihKu lifo initorablo for. hor noigb
bors. L'd Hut n-iB fined S100 for hav
ing opium in his possession.
'1'wo citi(ns iho furuishod
amusement for a crowd of specta
tors by mauling each other "Sun
day morning wern ropriinandiil
and Huoel (i and costs,
We will commence the dis
play of our New Goods on
MONDAY, November 7th.
We have wares from over
twenty-live factoiies 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 assoit-
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.
with a plati of di lici hi ice eremn
soda, ppivuI with crushed fruit
only inc. at the New England
Hakory - Gaudy Co. 21 and 20
First Edition now ready,
l'lUCE ONLY 10 CENTS.
Published and for salo only by
This Foot was
Perfectly Fitted by . . .
WAU NICHOLS CO.
From a diagram
by an afflicted
sufferer of Hawaii.
Tender feet perfectly
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W. W. Dimond & Co,
The People's Store.
MADAMi: I.K VANWAY, of S. V.
MILS. I), j;. ClIAMIIMts, of N. Y,
XMll, lllk ,U5iHl
73 Bi ret.im.i street,
Honolulu, II. I,
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lour Mnntlis Aftir Oite ' tv KinJall ! Tkr
MtkmnKirk bvCharksM ShtlJon.
On the Itrlylit Slicirt by bienkUule
I hit Pill JWiHiun
1'pTt.rrapin Uhvr." ty Opla KenJ.
Mr Annie Ciritn." '
, In tluncombf Cnuniry ' by Marti Luule ltl.
iiu AWHKeninic.oi 'iuiimih ry i ruiiKiin ii imn
' Ttie Unsn HanJ ' b I awtence L Lnch.
"A WuunJt J Name," b) Cap t-hak. King, t' S A,
'Tor (tit Deft use b I trails Hume.
1 lie lljrk'iuln Opal " "
Will "In Amelia Weed Holbrook
I at Nut Thy Heart ' b J u lien CJorJon.
How I 1 M.apeJ bv Gunter
Tlu Damnation oiThtmnWare ' by HantU TreJerlc
"A Woman Worth Wtnninp. by jto Manvillt I tnn
"Tln (jrnsshnpi ii, b AVri Andrew Dean
' The Miilit Atom " by Corel I i
lj4y Kilpatrttk In Uoh rt Huih man.
'(JiCkkirs ' bv Henrv M f il ssotn Jr
' Wvt AJv.tntures uf ,i Na alUtln.tr by Lleiiknanl
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3d - -i iM.wj.wM.iim. --n .T.Mrw &Sl
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In m.iny lJi'sins and Patterns. We can make any stle Wt
I vehicle that you want. prl
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ioov,au tutlniii ly, Af,
316 Fort Street.
Bed Eoom Sets &-
We have just received a fine invoice ot Bl:U ROOM SETS.
They are rapidly going at pri.es that PhR.Nl I" ALL I O PURCHASE. -V
Call and S'v them. No trouble to show goods.
CITY ITOirolT STOKE,
I-I. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Block, 534-638 Fort Street.
f OOfc , fc Afc. Hihj-
warn. if . -Ti.i Mtflflhi'