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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 10, 1898.
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Published Every Day, except Sunday, at no King
street, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 1898,
Tlirro are those who will rrgnrd
tho full of party government in
Jfpnu ns nu ovidouco of. highest
Any ami nil attompts to make
pleasant tho Thanksgiving day of
tho New York regiment will un
questionably be heartily appreciat
ed by the officers and men.
Sonator Itoar of Massachusetts
comes out very strong against the
policy of expansion. Hoar was at
first against tbo aunexatiou of Ha
waii but he voted favorably just
Our inorningconteniporary says
that tuu friction exiting between
military and civil authorities will
in titno bo reduced. Yes indeed,
timo brings changes in civil as
well as military circles.
Germany wanted to buy some of
tho Philippine Island from Spain.
This is a case of going to the
wrong salosniau. Posaibly the
United Statos will bo prepared to
eoll a fow in a few yearB.
Porto Ricnus aro not slow in
memorializing Congress. They
want territorial government, an
eight hour labor day, and reforms
in mutbods of registering land.
Oh but wo new Americans will
keep tun Congressmen busy for
tho next fow years.
Tho first disaster to a transport
steamer is reported by tho lato
papers. Thoro is still n possibili
ty th-it the pasBeugors may have
escaped. It is to bo hoped that
the record for freedom from oceau
disaster ib not to bo brokon at this
Into day in the transport service.
If tbo military authorities had
requested local cooperation of local
officials, tho Advertiser says every
thing would liavo been all right.
Now who is usually the first to ex
tend cooperative courtesies, tho
host or tho guf st ? Had tho anti
cipated true Americanism obtain
ed in local circles, tho government
would have stopped forward cor
dially in tho first placo. Tho
ifs and ands, the o&cubob, tho
forethoughts,that cora-i afterwards,
that tho morning organ is trying
to explain aro amusing. It is
liko somo of tho attempts mado by
Democratic Congressmen to ex
plain thoir votos on Spanish war
chances aro that whilo tho
Fashoda incident is taken as
a pretoxt for British activity,
tho Russians in tho Orient are tho
ones on whom British diplomats
havo n thoughtful and watchful
oyo. Tho positive talk to Franco
is mado sufficiently loud for Rus
sia to hear tho cchoos. Tho pro
babilities of actual war aro vory
small unless somo unforesoon in
cident arises to forco tho hands of
tho big fighters.
The Pence Commission in Paris
continues to furnish material that
is far from poaceful. Spain dies
hard. Hor Commissioners seem
to be hoping against falo, that by
somo moans or othor, thero will
bo n decroo of Providonco to assist
thorn in resisting tho American
demand for tho Philippines. Tho
sessions of the Commission have
becomo a talking and a waiting
match. When McKinloy thinks
tho Spanish havo had sufficient
timo to digest Amorican requests,
very poaitivo and unquestionable
demands will bo mado. Thon it
will bo a caso of roturn to the
fight or give in, and Spain being
tho dofeated ono will havo to
or.UMANV wants tiiism.
Slil la liar OfTrrml a Prlcr for the
Washington, Oct. 29. Nows of
threatenoi interforonce by Ger
many in tho Philippines, it is
learned, had quito as much to do
with the determination of tho Ad
ministration to hold tho ontiro
archipelago as did tho President's
discovery of tho Western sonti
mout in favor of this project. In
formation has been received by
tho State Dopartraont, supported
by apparently reliable authority,
that Germany has actually pro
poaod to Spam to purchoso, for a
f;ood round sum, two of the Phi
ippino islands, particularly se
lected for their strategic impor
tance. President McKinloy and
his Cabinot rosonted this intru
sion of a foreign power, and it was
tbo deciding point, added to a re
alization of tho etrencth of the
expansion sentiment, that caused
tho Administration to decido to
take control of tho ontiro Philip
HUQAIl AND COHFKE.
Arrival of Hlilp t New York Prices Are
Castlo & Cooke, Ltd., aro advis
ed of the arrival at Now York,
on November 3, of the ship Geo.
0. Curtis. Hor cargo of sugar
was received -4 G-lCc.
Centrifugals aro unchanged at
45-lGc. Boots, 9s 8d on tho
Coffee prices for Hawaiian range
from 13c to 13Jo for fair to good,
to 17c and 17 c for finest washed.
Arrived at San Francisco,
Archer on 1st and Mohican on
2nd inst. Sailed, October 30, S.
C. Allen for Honolulu.
War clouds continue to havo a
prominent place in European con
versation, yet so far us France is
concerned tho Fashoda affair
Booms to havo United out. Tho
French are inclined to tell Great
Britain to take tho placo and say
no more. Activities in British
army and navy circles aro of
courao mado with a purpose in
view. Groat Britain has alway of
cocking and priming her guns at
just tho right timo and letting tho
fact bo genorally known. Tho
diplomats aro always couvorsant
witJi tho British excollpnt pre
parednf ss for a fit-lit, but it often
requires visible activities to thor
oughly domonstrato tho fact to the
people at large. Whou tho poo
plo becomo impressed with tho
Bort of material they will run
against in ovent of war, it is al
ways eaBi'-r for tho diplomats to
w nk out common souso national
rh Fashoda affair is littlo
more than a ripp'o in internation
al d IlicultioH. Today, iih for years
pis, Uufsia is the slow working
indo iiiuiiftulo ouuiny that Great
But nu has to fear. Tho
HOS. 4. 5 AND 6,
Of the very best quality, and
in perfect condition, just re
ceived by the : : : : :
Pacific Hardware Co, Lid,
There are many stores
in town where men's under
clothes, or to call it by a
more popular name, under
wear, is sold; but at no
other store in town will you
find such a carefully select
ed stock as here.
In cotton underwear we
have everything which is
worthy of place in our stock,
from the lightest weight to
the heaviest woolen gar
ments. Prices from
75c to $2.50 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 2.50 a Garment,
including the famous Jaeger
?IV these brands we carry a
? complete stock of Balbriggan
underwear of famous Eng
lish manufacture. And, best
of all,we carry such a variety
of sleeve and drawer lengths
that only here can men of
extraordinary shapes buy
properly fitting underclothes
n Modern Clothier,
JiV Merchant and Fort Streets.
HaYe You Seen Our New Store?
The Quality and Assortment of
Watp'a Hawaiian Kdltlon.
"Our Flag in tho Paoifio" is tho
litlo under which tho latest
Wasp's Quarterly comes to Ho
nolulu. This iBsuo is devoted
almost exclusively to Hawaii and
contains excellent photographs of
noteworthy inoidonts of recent
Hawaiian history, as well as
"write ups" of prominent mon
and afTairs. This is a beautiful
and compact souvenir that will
unquestionably havo a largo sale
hore. Tho Hawaiian Now Com
pany Ltd, havu copies for salo.
D. G. Camarinos has rocoived
on tho steamer Australia a big in
voice of delicacies, comprising
tho following: Frosh Salmon,
Crabs, Frozon Oystors (tin and
shell), Apples, Grapes, Figs, Lo
raons, Puro Olivo Oil, Dry
Frnit, oto., etc.
This ovor popular Rainier beor
is becoming a housohold word
and "will you havo a glass of
Seattlo" is more often hoard than
anything olso. Tho Criterion
Saloon havo tho beor on tap or in
t.Tho Elite Barber Shop, King
near Alakoa street has employed
W. It. Boglo tho craokajaok bar
ber. Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: '25
and 60 conts per night. $1, and
Do You Like Our Three Show
You are looking for Holiday
Presents. You will find them
in our store. Articles from S
cents to $7$. We cater to all,
and our prices are right.
We have en route large ship
ments of merchandise in our
various lines, which will enable
us to fill the wants of the peo
ple to their entire satisfaction.
We invite public inspection
and public opinion.
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FOR ONE MORE WEEK.
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o"Your attention is particularly called to a lino of
Ladies, Silk Undorvcsts, at 3 for $1 -just half prico.
To a lino of 32-inch India Linons, at
of 21 yards. Usually sold at 3.75 per piece.
To a lino of Printed Nainsooks, at 20 yards for 1.
To a lino of Puro Silks, at 30c per yard. All colors
To a lino of Wool Sorgo at 50c per yard. In Black,
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In many Designs and Patterns. We can make any style
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