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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 11, 1898.
Pabllshed Every Day, except Sunday, t tta King
street, Honolulu, It. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R.FARRINGTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
FRIDAY, NOV. 11, 1898.
Seattle wins first blood on nrray
lurabor contracts for Honolulu.
This ought to make a pleasant rift
in tho Honolulu clouds that hover
about Pugot Sound.
Wanted: Ono good football
team for Thanksgiving day. Tho
athletes ought to bo able to
mustor up inatorial aftor tho re
markably good records made in
Maguire the California Demo
crat boasted during tho campaign
that ho had onco been a black
Bmitb. Possibly since tho ballots
wero counted he has decided to
go buck to tho sanio bnniness.
Official returns from tho Cana
dian vote on tho liquor problem
show that only 22 percent of those
entitled to vote cast their ballots
for prohibition. Cauadiau palates
aro still 78 por cent susceptible.
After all Germany showed a
good bit of business sonso by
offering to buy some of the Philip
pines of Spain. The islands will
nevor be sold nt reduced, bargain
rates under tho American regime.
Senator Foraker, who has boon
classed as a Senatorial opponent
of the President's policy hascomo
out etrongly in favor of holding
tho Philippines. And thus tho
bugaboo of conservative opposi
tion to expansion melts into thin
Captain Sigsbeo's detailed ac
couut of tho trip of the Maine td
Havana; gives tho fyublio a more
completo idea of the fact that the
first clnps naval ollicer has to
combine tho characteristics of tho
trained diplomat with the vnpn
citv of a tjchtor.
No bftter evidence of the now
friendship of Americana for
Groat Britain can b offered that,
tho tone of Americin papeis on
tho FaBhoda affair. Before the
war, the chances Bro that British
aution would have been ch.rnetpr
ized bb "overbearing," "land yrub
bing," etc, etc.
New Zealand always has sorao
thing novel on tap iu the way of
legislation. Now it is consider
ing the subject of old Hgo pen
sions. That a happy solution will
be reached on this subject is far
from probable. It will bo hard
work to detiuo by law when a
man shall put down his pick and
shovel aud say "my lifo work is
FILIPINO AH A IiAIIOUKIt.
By what system of reasoning tho
tho Cabinet has arrivod at tho do
cision to grant the Queou Dowh
ger's request to eract a monumont
to tho Kiug Kulnkait'i "on condi
tion that tho design bo first sub
mitted for approval" is past find
ing out. What possible benefit is
to be gained by government olli
cials panning on tho design has
yet to bu discovered. Tho monu
mont is to b built by privato
funds. Supposing tho Cabinet
sees objections to a design the
family might approve, does the
Cabinet seek to put itself in a
position to say "than shall not ?"
Tho family and the fuuiily alone
Bliould make tho final decision at
thoy see fit. It is expected; it is
common courtesy. We see uo
reason, w by an official of this or
Bay othff country should require
an official acceptance of tho design
or taku any part iu tho matter ex
cept upou request of three diiect
ly intorested in tho erection of the
A contributor to tho Century
who has spent many months in
tho Philippines says that the
nativo or Filipino is not tho moat
activo, undustrious individual in
tho world. This viow of tho Fili
piuo is particularly interesting
horo since thoro has boon much
random talk of importing planta
tion labor from tho Philippines in
evont of tho islands coming undor
American jurisdiction. Tho Cont
ury writer has spent much time
in the islands on sciontifio ro
soarch and has probably seen
more of tho life and people in tho
group genorally than tho average
visitors to tho islands now giving
their opinions to the public.
Tho Filipino is described bb
easy going and inolinod to bo
Batisnod with lifo in general if as
sured of tho next day's meal and
a place to sleep. The climato has
had its effect and tho failuro of
tho nativo to resist more fiorcoly
tho oppression to which ho has
boon subjected is givon ns ovi-
deuco that ho lacks tho ginger
that will mako him a very activo
agent in commercial and indus
It is barely probablo that when
appealing to tho Philippines for
labor our local factors may find
that tho Filipino will not respond
to the demands of tho labor mark
et. Possibly tho Filipino belongs
to tho class that "don't want no
work." In tho Philippines tho
Chineso and Japaneso havo a
prominent part in business and
the appearancos are that thoy
will cut considerable figure in the
futuro provided American laws
will allow it.
Of the very best quality, and
in perfect condition, just re
ceived by the : : : : :
Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd,
From New Zealand.
Reefton, Now Zealand. Nov. 23,
I am very pleased to state that
since I took tho agency of Cham
berlain's medicines tho s'nlu has
beou very largo, moro especially
of tho Cough Remedy. In two
years I havo sold moro of this
particular remedy than of all other
makes for tho previous fivo yoars.
As to its efficacy, I havo been in-
tormed by ecorea ot porsons of
tho pood results thoy havo receiv
ed from it, and know its value
from tho uso of it in my own
household. It is so pleasant to
take that we have to place the bot
tle beyond tho reach of tbo child
ren. IS. J. bOANTLEBUHY.
For salo by all doalers. Bon-
son, Smith &, Co., Gen. Agts.
D. G. Camarinos has received
on tho steamer Australia a big in-
vuicu ol uaiicHuiuH, comprising
tho following: Fresh Salmon,
Crabs, Frozen Oysters (tin and
shell), Apples, Grapes, Figs, Le
mons, ruro Ulivo Uil, JUry
Fruit, etc., etc.
This over popular Rainier beor
is becoming a housohold word
and "will you havo a glass of
Heattlo" is moro otten hoard than
anything else. Tho Criterion
Saloon havo tho beor on tap or in
The I. X. L., cornor Nuuanu
and King streets, has Hawaiian
l lacs at oo lUc, zOc, uUo. and
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters ot merchants who advertise in
w Men's Underclothes,
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 purewoolen
underwear prices range from
$2 to $2.50 a Garment,
including the famous Jaeger
"Health" brand;and besides
these brands we carry a
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
Merchant and Fort Streets
Have You Seen Our New Store?
The Quality and Assortment of
Do You Like Our Three Show
Having this day disposed of all
my interest in the firm of Ordway
& Porter, all persons indebted to
said firm are requested to make
payment to K. B. Porter, who as
sumes all liabilities of said copart
nership. Please call and settle.
GEO. A. ORDWAY.
You are looking for Holiday
Presents. You will find them
in our store. Articles from $
cents to $7S, 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.
W, W. Dimond & Co.,
The People's Store,
Von Holt Block, King street.
All Work Guaranteed ami Fromptly
J. A. MORGAN,
King St., In T. Murrny't) Carriage h1ioj,
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THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS,
Direct Importing Co.,
Will Continue Their Sale of Seasonable Goods
FOR ONE MORE WEEK.
t ?"Tour attention is particularly called to a lino of
Ladies, Silk Undorvests, at 3 for 1 just half prico.
To a lino of 32-inch India Linons, at 2.25 per picco
of 21 yards. Usually sold at 3.75 por picco.
To a lino of Printed Nainsooks, at 20 yards for 1.
To a lino of Puro Silks, at 30o por yard. All colors.
To a lino of "Wool Sorgo at 50o por yard. In Black,
Navy Cardinal and Oroani.
You want to lose no time in looking at this lot.
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MKS. D. E. CHAMBERS, or N. Y.
73 Beretania street,
Honolulu, H. I.
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"Wo have just received, on the Wilder, a largo con- M
signmoot ot CONING BODY PAETONS, RUNABOUTS p
und other vehicles
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
W. -w. -WRIGHT, Ii-or.
1034 . FORT STnEETT.TAHnvR TTnTi?r.
.And a number of othor now
IJooVh, now Stationery, &o,
316 Fort Street.
Bed Room Sets-
We have just received a fine invoice of BED ROOM SETS.
They are rapidly going at prices that PERMIT ALL TO PURCHASE.'
Call and see them. No trouble to show goods.
CITY FUKMTUKE ST0BE.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Bloolc, 534-538 Fort Street.
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