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THE EVENING BULLETIN i HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 9, 1898.
Published Cvery Day, excert Sunday, t io King
street, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUM.ISWNG COAIPANY.
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
Slllml rllUlull llHtcat
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Peryear.postpald.toAmerlca.Canada orMexIco 10 oo
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Tele plum ex I
BisinessOrtue itSU. Editorial Rooms. H1U.
PnMoffice Dox, 404,
Btroug wind a prevail and thero
bavo boon defects in method of
cultivation. This is certainly
reriBsuring to tho Olnn planteiB,
although tbo utntomont is not
given ns a final scientific opinion.
It is to bo boped that this gentle
man will bo ablo to continue h'u
stay hero long enough to miiko n
trip to tbo Hawaii district and
size up tbo eituntion from tbo
standpoint of an experienced
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9, 1898.
Six thousand Jnpiuieso laborers
aud it is snid there is upwards
of that number of freo Japanese
laborers in tbo Ohm district.
One feature nbout the strike of
the Galicians should not bo
passed ovor without notice. Tbo
mon with families stayed by their
As both Marshal Brown and
Captain Kilian are booked to sail
from Honolulu in opposite direc
tions, it will be impossible to got
up a duel in this iiistnneo.
It appears that S'257,000 of the
bonds for which tenders aro asked,
is to ho expended on the Hono
lulu sower system. "Now you're
shouting" gontlemou of the execu
tive and tbo people bavo no com
plaints to offer.
No oho will know how tbo
soldiers' vote stauds until the in
spectors of the homo distriots re
ceive aud count the b illots. The
secret ballot system for tbo
soldiors in the field is omineutly
Buccesbful whatever may be said
of tho system as handled in tbo
It is certain tho Teunpsee boys
bavo not sulTored by the bad re
putation tint preceded them in
Honolulu. The peoplo who put
up barricades when tho Znalandia
was sight'd aro tumbling over
each other to improHs upon the
Tenneeceans that thoy "didn't
Captain "Walsh of tho First
Missouri regiment being unable
to get propor food for bis men
told them thoy could go ho'iio,
further stating "When you aro
needed, I'll soud you a postal
carJ." This is uumilitary action
but it's tbo kind of business that
will evoutually provo "where the
POLITICS IN CAMP.
"Tho Bevrille, devoted to tho
interests of tho 3rd battalion, 2nd
regiment U. S. V. Engineers" is
tho latest publication coming from
Camp McKinloy. H. M. Ayres,
tbo editor, is cortainly to bo con
gratulated on his first iasuo. It is
well edited, and contains well
written articles that will interest
many local people outsido tho
army ranks. If tho high standard
of this week's issue, is kept up the
Engineer newspapermen ought to
get very good roturus for their
Managers of tho proposed Seat
lino nro evidently profiting by tbo
mistakes of their SJattlo predeces
sor. A ropresontativo is now bore
looking over tbo fiold, and others
promineutly connected with tbo
organization will follow on tbo
first stoamor arriving here tho
lottor part of tho month. Many
of tho difficulties oxporioncod by
the Columbia liuo would doubt
less bavo beou escaped had tho
management sent their advanco
icoutt) to sine up the situation.
W, Gaspurd do Coligny a coffeo
specialist now in Honolulu says
tbtt from what b.ohaB heard he doos
not consider tho coffee fungus
that hn? appeared in Olaa as par
ticularly serious. The aamo thing
appears in South American wbore
Democrnti Amontr the lloya llnve Tii"lr
Hprrclivi ml Aruumenia.
The Domocrats of Company 0,
1st New York, at presont located
about two miles beyond Diamond
Head, bold n meeting on the now
camp ground, on the evening of
the Gth, for tho purposo of organ
izing a club. The adherents to
the political faith wore colled to
order at 8 p. m. On voto George
Barne was oboson a chairman and
John E. Kyuu as secretary and
Business, wero thon proceeded
with and tho chair, on motion, ap
pointed tho following additional
officers: inspectors, James Cor-
mody and Kichard Walsh; ballot
clerk, Corporal William liuck
heim; supervisors of election, P.
J. Byau and James Wall; ser-gonnt-at
arms Joseph Coan aud
John Wickham. Recess was thou
hud to give an opportunity for a
canvass boiug made in favor of
the different States and cousider
ablo wire-pulling was douo in
favor of one of tho county clerk
On resuming business M. Gal
lagher of Now York city spoke
stiougly in favor of Judge Von
Wyck for governor of Now
York. K. Walsh of Albany
followed in a liko strain. Aftot
further speeches, on motion, a
straw ballot was token and the re
sult was almost n unanimous
showing in favor of tho Demo
P. J. Ryan of Albany made a
strong speech in favor of P. E.
McCabo of that city who is tho
Democratic nominee for tho coun
ty clerkship and roused up qnito
an enthusiasm in favor of the can
didate, resulting in a large voto in
favor of New York. The club
cast its regular voto at tho official
Uilcl SityliiK nml Dolnua In Honolulu
A Ghinoso vegetHblo man was
chuckling ovor ono of Undo
Sam's new dollars. Ho itskod tho
lady customor what year was on
it, and on being told "1898,"
tapped tbo glorious bird of liber
ty, ejaculating: "Too protty, that
nice chicken 1"
It was down at Pearl City that
a raw subject of tho Mikado built
his fire in the ovon instead of the
firebox of tbo cooking stove. Tho
good woman of the houso soon
realized tbo truth of tho provorb,
"Where tboro is so much smoko
there must bo somo iiro."
Another promising son of the
"Rising Sun," tbo iuk on whose
name ut Mauliola is scarcely dry,
was checked for harnessing a
horse to a brake before it bad
finished its morning hay. Ho ex
claimed in on offendod tone: "Ob,
ho no want breakfast. I feed him
plenty last night. Ho belly plen
Hero's ono from tbo boys in
blue. Lady standing as welcome
sentinel ut church social, to group
in Uncle Sam's costumes looking
in: "Aro you Tonnesson boys?"
Spokosinnu in bluo: "No; don't
bo feared. AVe'ro only Now
Tim I.ut Cur.
The last cars of tbo Kiug street
lino going to Waikiki and Palatini
pass tbo Anchor Saloon. Tbo
cleverest mixologists in the city
aro tboro always to put you up
anything you may douiro. Drop
in and toko a drop before you tako
tho car. Tho celebrated Seattle
beer is to bo bad bore on draught.
A full lino of liquors including
John Dowar's Scotch, O. P. 8.,
etc., always on hand. Tho most
exacting and tariod demands can
bo satisfied. Tbo Anchor Saloon
id iiprn tn nlnnnn itn nt.trnna
D. G. Gamarinos Los roceived
ontho stoarner Australia a big in
voice of dolicaoios, comprising
tbo following: Fresh Salmon,
Crabs, Frozen Oysters (tin nod
shell), Applos, QrapoB, Figs, Le
mons, Puro Olivo Oil, Iry
Fruit, etc., oto.
NOS. 4, 5 flHD 6,
Of the very best quality, and
in perfect condition, just re
ceived by the : : : : :
(f Mfiii's llndp.rdlnthfis. fl
There are many stores J:
in town where men's tinder- fl?
clothes, or to call it by a (f
more popular name, under- (J(
wear, is sold; but at no n
other store in town will you m
find such a carefully select- ;!;
ed stock as here. W
In cotton underwear we (f
have everything which is l
worthy of place in our stock, rt
from the lightest weight to m
the heaviest woolen
ments. Prices from
75c to $2.50 a Garment.
Our stock of merino un
derwear (merino commcr
Mf t. d U t. t(. f f .A. . J tf A
THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS,
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 purewoolen
underwear prices range from
$2 to 2 50 a Garment,
including the famous Jaeger
"Health" brandjand besides
tlirci hrnnils we carrv a
( complete stock of Balbriggan (J)
i(l unuerwear oi iamous cog- ij
k lish manufacture. And, best
;i of all.we carry such a variety j
:!i of sleeve and drawer lengths J;
"' that only here can men of ?f?
( extraordinary shapes buy (fj
j properly fitting underclothes
'n Modern Clothier, k
i$l Merchant and Fort Streets. y
We will commence the dis
play of our New Goods on
AONDAY, November 7th.
we nave wares lrom over
twenty-five factories in Eu
rope and the United States, and
there are more to follow.
Webeg 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 wisn to purcnase or not.
W.W. Dimontl & Co.,
The People's Store.
Direct Importing Co.,
Will Continue Their Sale of Seasonable Goods
FOR ONE MORE WEEK.
5J3T Your attention is particularly called to a lino of
Ladies, Silk Undorvests, at 3 for $1 -just half price.
To a lino of 32-inoli India Linons, at 2.25 per picco
of 21 yards. Usually sold at 3.75 por picco.
To a lino of Printed Xainsooks, at 20 yards for 1.
To a lino of Puro Silks, at 30o per yard. All colors-
To a lino of "Wool Sorgo at 50c por yard. In Black,
Jfavy Cardinal and Oroam.
You want to lose no time in looking at this lot.
I vjv jjw jv jv j i $ r r $ r r" r $ v "v r ,?r Jit y JJW
DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.,
The People's Providers.
None bettor. Endoreod by tho
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