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THE EVENING BULLETIN : HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 14, 1898.
Published Every Dy, except Sunday, at aio King
street. Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COA1PANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian Islands .$ ?s
Peryear.postpald.toAmerlca.Canada orMexIco 10 00
Per year, postpaid, other forelcn countries 1 J 00
M-Payable Invirltbly In advance
Business Ofhce !i50. Editorial Rooms. 101).
Postoffice Ilox, 404.
MONDAY, NOV. 14, 1898.
The Fnshoda affair seorus to be
closed but Great Britain coutinuos
its preparation for war squalls.
The final loss o tho Maria Ter
08a proved that tbo Spanish navy
is hoodooed, also that Uncle Sam's
jnck tars bear charmed lives.
The Advertiser roust nave a
grudpi) against tho South. It
barked up tho wrong Touuosoo
trco and wont head foromost into
tho Alabam hole. Next !
The Advertiser and Star assort
that they are not Alabama coons.
Thoy wre simply gullible and aro
making faces at the other follow
who took them in.
Now if local oQicialB can only
dump those arguments in favor of
neutrality into tho British channel
along with tho Alabama log book,
Mr. Coligny will bo noted bv
them tho greatest man who ever
wore shoo leathor.
Spaniards are said to bo delay
ing matters before tho Peace Com
mission hoping tho elections will
mako Americans more lenient. It
takes a long while for tho Spanish
to get fully acquainted with the
Yankees. Tho chances Bre the
elections will mako McKiuley
So tho Trust is apain tho friend
of Hawaii Of coureo the trust will
cooDorato with Hawaii for the
speedy extension oFAnirricmi lii's
Wo shall soo what v sln.ll ef. It
is now timely for our morning con
temporary to wnto u sermon on
"Put your trust in Trusts."
Tho Hawaii Herald gets the
news that 50,000 tons of sugar
were offered tho City of Columbia
people on condition that liil be
rejeetod as a port of call; also tliat
bonds wero rofii3od tho ship un
less it loft Hilo out of its list. If
this is truo it is interesting and
more extended details aro antici
pated. One thing is cortniu tho
steamer City of Columbia was
truo to Hilo till the last.
" 0. J. B." a correspondent who
iB writing Hawaiian articles for
tho Minneapolis Tunes will arrive
in Honolulu on his first trip to the
Islands, tho latter part of this
month. Judgiug from some of tho
articles, ho ought to be able to
write tho whole thing over again
under tho heading " Mistakes I
Have Mado,-' and then combinp
all tho articles in a book " What I
Thought and What I Saw."
member of tho sottlomont. It is
by no means too much to antici
pate that tho good peoplo of the
city can raiso $500. to mako
bright tho days of thoso who nro
suffering. The guests of the ter
ritory havo boon recoived with
marked liborality. Tho wards of
ton itory should not bo forgotten.
Tho Bulletin will rocoivo such
contributions as its subscribers
desire to givo, and placo the
money in tho hands of tho com
mittoo to bo appointed in tho near
Mn. Editoii: I am a citizen
and subscriber of your papor also.
I visited soino of my fnonds in
the Volunteer Engineors camp a
day or so ago and find a fow
things of importance to tho cora
mittoo who is in ohargo of tho
giving of a "Thanksgivtug din
ner," to tho soldiers. To begin
with the Now York Infantry and
Voluntcor Engineers are two
separato organizations. Tho En
gineers being mado up of men of
about 12 dilTorent states. Tho
Now York boys aro camped about
3 miles from the Engineors and it
is a long walk for tho Engineers
to go 3 miles through tho hot sun
to got a diunor and the 3 miles
homo again. Why don't the com
uiitteo iho a littlo judgment and
givp a dinner at each camp. An
other thing Is this, it was always
customary to givo pll troops a
fonst upon thoir arrival in Hono
lulu. All troops had been given
a feast before tho Now York boys
and tho Engineors arrived and
when thoy arrived no ono ever
eaid "booh." In a fow days tlio
Pennsylvania, Nebraska, etc.,
troops came in and wero given a
grand blow-out at tho palace and
in fact everybody got a "welcome"
but the boys who aro destined to
remain hore among us, aud then
the pooplo wondor why depreda
tions aro committed. It is an in
sult to every member in tho N.
Y.'s and Engineors.
Please print this letter as soon
as possible aud awaken some of
these- peoplo to their sensos.
Purser T. O. O'Donnell of tho
Puebla received a bad fall during
tho rough weather on tho trip
down. With tlio oxcoption of a
very soro lip ho is all right again
aud able to bo about.
Prof. F. W. Jacobs announces
to tho public that ho will try any
one's voico who is interested in
singing, freo of charge. Call at
Studio, room 2, Y. M. O. A. build
Tuesday Evening Nov. IS,
A )M.1Ii:.M)AIII,i: GIFT.
Bradley & Hubbard
THE BEST OF ALL
The Latest Styles of
Shades and Globes. .
New Goods opening every
day, and more to arrfve.
w Men's Underclothes,
McKee - Kankin Co.
In the Orcnt Coiuody 1'lay,
l'irst Appeiiriiiiio of
L. R. STOCKWELL,
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
(t) completestockof Balbriggan f
underwear of famous Eng
lish manufacture. And, best
of jII,vl 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.
, I II I
Have You Seen Our New Store?
The Quality and Assortment of
THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS!
Direct Importing Co.,
Will Continue Their Sale of Seasonable Goods
FOR ONE MORE WEEK.
ft EYour attention is particularly culled to a lino of U
ill Ladies. Silk Undorvosts. at 3 for 81 iust half nrico. U
To a lino of 32-inch India Linons, at 2.25 per piece y
i of 21 yards. Usrtally sold at 3.75 per piece. 'jt
ll To a lino of Printed Xainsooks, at 20 yards for 1. fl!
U To a lino of Puro Silks, at 30o per yard. All colors- U
rm To a line of "Wool ifkirgo at 50c per yard. In Black,
l Navy Cardinal and Cream. yj
You want to lose no time in looking at this lot
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The People's Providers.
Word comes from the Molokai
Bottlemont that tho teachers aud
children of the Bishop Homo for
Girls aro padly in need of u now
piano. Honolulu ever has a
liberal hand for charity and cer
tainly this is an inetanco where
liberality should not be withheld.
The vory good fiimgoaliou has
boon made by Mr. Wright of the
Independent thnt the newspapers
combine in soliciting funds in
order that the needs of tho homo
bo promptly givtn propor recog
nition. A bright new piauo for Christ
mas or iNow lears will make a
particularly happy day for tho
children of the Home and ovcry
Thursday, Wo v. 17th,
Leah, the Jewess
I'rlfos: KvnnliiKS, 50o, $1 iuhI 81, 50
1'rlcoH: MutlnooH, 60c, 7Co in id $1,
Doom oiiun ut 7:!!0: curtain will post
tlvoly rlho ut b:15,
Souts now on talo nt Wull, NIcIioIh
Do You Like Our Three Show
Election of Officers.
At tliu nnnunl mooting of tlio OI.O
WAI.U COMPANY, liolil this 31st day
of October, 1808, tlio following stock
liolilorx wero oloctod to bltvo uk olHcorH
for tlio ensiling yenr :
V. (1. Irwin, President.
V. M. Oimrd, Vice-President.
II. M. Wliltnoy, Jr., Socrotury
Oeo. J, Iloss, Auditor,
And tho following to constitute tlio
Hoard of Directors:
W. O. Irwin,
W. L, Iloppor, and
II. M. WIIITNKY, Jr.,
SocroUiry of tlio Olowalu Company.
Honolulu, Oct. 31, 1898, 1050
You are looking for Holiday
Presents. You will find them
in our store. Articles from 1 5
cents to $7$. We cater to all,
and our prices are right.
We have eh 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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MADAMK LK VANWAY, of S. F.
MllS. D. 15. OUAMIIUIUS, of N. Y.
by an afflicted
sufferer of Hawaii.
Tender feet perfectly
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dv vnanes m. aneiaon.
"Pour Months After Date,
"M.ilrnm K Irk
' On the llrlclit Shore," by Slenklewlei
"1 lull hlra Woman."
"Up Terrapin River," by Ople Read.
"Mrs Annie Green," " "
"In Uuncombe Country," by Maria Louise Pool.
"The Awakening of Noahvllle," by I ranklln H North.
"The Unseen Hani," by Lawrence L. Lynch.
"A Wounded Name," by Capt Clias, Klnc U. S. A.
Tor the Defense," by I ercus Hume.
"The llarleouln Opal." " "
"Whir," by Amelia Weed Holbrook,
Eat Not Thy Heart,
"How I bscaped," by Gunter,
"The Damnation of Tf
by Jullen Gordon,
heron Ware," by Harold Frederic
A Woman Worth Wlnnlntr." by Geo, Manvllle Tenn
'I he iirassnoppers. uy mrs. Anarew uean
"Lady Kllpatrlck." by Robert Buchanan.
"Checkers." bv Henrv M. Ulossom. Jr.
"The Adventures of a Naval Oflicer," by Lieutenant
We have just received, on tho Wilder, a largo con
signment rf CONING BODY PHETONS, RUNABOUTS
and other vohiclos.
Honolulu Carriage Flanufactory
W. -W- WRIGHT, Prop'r.
1034 V FOItT STItUETjABOVE IIOTIUi.
Bed Eoom Sets
73 Beretanla street,
Honolulu, H. I.
And a nurabor of other now
Books, now Statlonory, Ac.
316 Fort Street.
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 EUKMTURE STORE.
H. H. WILLI A.m;s, Manager.
Love Bloolc, 534-536 Fort Street.
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