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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 15, 1898.
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Published Every Day, etcept Sunday, at no King
street, Honolulu, II, I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON EJItor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
Per month, anywhere In Hawaiian Island. ...$ 75
Per year " " "
Peryear.postpald, to America, Canada orMexIco 10 oo
Per year, postpaid, other foreign countries i J oo
apayahle Invariably In advance.
Business Otoce 'i.'ill. Editorial Rooms, 1 till.
PostoRice Bojc, 404.
TUESDAY, NOV. 1G, 1808.
Davy Jones hns a niortpngo on
tbo Spanish navy that enn't bo
Tho hcouo of local political act
ivity iri Boon to bo transferred
from Honolulu to Washington.
What uo want now is full proof
of the statements agninBt Honolulu
courts, etc., by thosn interested in
tho City of Columbia line.
"Let us moralize:" The Adver
tiser was done up on a fake story:
Tho Century was done on a Tako
story. Tborefore, misery loves
The reipouse to the call for a
piano at tho Bishop Homo comes
almost beforo tho call was made.
A very lmppy Christmas is in
etoro for tho children.
Lord Braseoy says tho Spanish
officers are "too much devoted to
their pleasures Bud their ciga
rettes" to mako good fighters.
Cigarette fiends take warning.
laborious porusal of guide books,
or making himself a walking
quostion mark. Honolulu puts
forth practically no organized of
fort to givo tho tourist pointers on
industrial facts. Ho has to dig up
his own "pointers" which are
sometimes correct and moro often
Tho apathy with which local
people listen to tho arguments for
a parmanont exhibit is doubtless
duo to tho fact that most every
body is pretty busy looking after
their own affairs and tho necessi
ties of instructing tho visitor doos
not appeal vory foroibly. Tho
omount of money required is
comparatively small. What is
needed is timo and attention.
Money has been oxponded in ad
vertising tho country abroad, now
why shouldn't mouoy bo spent in
advertising at homo ? Not all tho
visitors, not all tho bona fido pros
pectors visited tho World's Fair
or tho Omaha Exposition. As ful
ly dovoloped oud "settled up" as
California is, tho business mon
thoro find it advantageous to main
tain permanent agricultural exhi
bits. In San Francisco and other
cities tho residents and tourists
enn obtain a concise idea of what
is being dono by tho agricultural
ists of tho State.
While Hilo does not represent
much wealth, its peoplo aro show
ing moro up to-dato businoes snap
in seeking to attract tourists and
business men than all tho rest of
tho territory put together. Some
may say Hilo needs it and Hono
lulu doesn't, but in the new devel
opment of the territory it will bo
found that tho town or city that
acts with an eyo to futuro expan
sion will eventually got the business.
Bradley & Hubbard
THE BEST OF ALL
The Latest Styles of
Shades and Globes.
New Goods opening every
day, and more to arrive.
Facile Hardware Co, Lid,
The McKiuley Club of Hawaii
Las a uotico in the Hilo papers
that it does hold Executive meet
ings and has no connection with
the Hilo Republican Club. It is
hard t gpt out of tho old ruts.
Even Hilo ltHpubliuaus f em to
havo thoir frictions.
Tho investigations of tho War
Commission indicate that th gen
eral system of conducting (ho war
dopartmout is quiio as mucli at
fault as individual men. The
responsibility for present condi
tions rests with Cougrexs n res
pective of party. Now it lemuins
to be seen whether Congress will
respond to rectify conditions as it
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Till: I'lANO 1IOUG1IT.
Of the various soldiers "inva
lided home" by the tr.msport Rio
de Janeiro, tho mon from Minne
sota wero tho only 0110 looked
aftor by thoir State. A special
deputation of nuiHes was sout
from Minneapolis to San Fran
cisco and the boys given a recep
tion whou thoy got homo. Miu
nototn's action will doubtless sot
tho other States to thinking.
Again our morning friends have
barked up iiuothor historical tree.
Tho famous New York Herald
fake was written on special as
signraont and no oue was doceived
but tho readers. When tho as
sistant managing editor camo
down town in tho morning and
saw how soriously tho story wn
taken, ho wanted to recall the
oditiou, but it was ton late. The
comparisons don't tit except in tho
deeiro to recall tho edition.
Tlif CnnriTt lo lln Given Vnilrr AVrny
By next Monday's Lehua a
mugnificent piano will be sent to
tho Bishop Homo for Qirls at
Molokai. It is a fino instrument
nnd ciiraes from the Bergstrom
Music Company. C. S. Desky
hits guaranteed tho payment and
Wray Taylor is arranging a beno
(it concert to bo given soon aftor
the cIojo of tho theater season.
The Hawaiian Gazotto Company
will print tho tickets, tho Bulle
tin furnishes tho programs and
the Star and Independent will
mako other printed matter that
may bo noeded. Ab soon as tho
program is fully arranged tho
tickets will bo placed on sale nt
the several uowspapor offices and
tho usual headquarters for con
cert ticket sales. Those acquaint
ed with Mr. Taylor's efforts in the
past know that the concert will bo
tin excollent ono. Mr. Desky
offers tho free use of Progress
From New Zenlaml.
Roefton, Now Zealand, Nov. 23,
I am very pleased to state that
niuco I took tho ogenoy of Cham
berlain's medicines tho salo has
been very largo, moro especially
of tho Cough Remedy. In two
yours I havo sold moro of this
particular remedy than of all other
makes for tho previous five years.
As to its efficacy, I havo been in
formed by scores of persons of
tho goid results thoy havo receiv
ed from it, and know its valuo
from tho uso of it in ray own
houeohoUl. It is so pleasant to
tako that we havo to placo tho bot
tle beyond tho reach of tbo child
ren. E. J. SoANTLKUUnY.
For salo by till doalers. Bon-
ami l-trnltll Ai f!n.. finn. Airfn
UWU, u... - Vw., ww... .bw.
Are no bar to
Bloch Clothes :
have all the high-cost
tailor's "fashion kinks"
at a third to half his
We're Sole Agents.
Merchant and Fort Streets.
Sjljgft N. S. SACHS
tiMHK&SJBRY GOODS CO
lpk q) Limited.
TL No Time Like the Present !
( (i I ( D0 N0T FA,L T0 L00K AT THE
7 V ll - Wool CiepoNJS
Reduced from $.2S to 7$c per yard.
S2 ll Wool Seqgs
jfl Reduced from 7Jc to JOc per yard.
Yard' WOOL PLAIDS
Article Reduced from 6?c to 3 $c per yard.
WpScesle Wrtl1 JUSt D0UWe
Have You Seen Our New Store?
The Quality and Assortment of
Do You Like Our Three Show
Nono bettor. Endorsed by tho
First Edition now ready.
PRICE ONLY 10 CENTS.
Published and for salo only by
By prepuriug for nn exhibit of
nc'ioultural prnduots tho Ililo
Gharabor of Comraerco is showing
a spirit of nyt up-aud-gotitiveuess
that IIouolulu might well copy.
Nothing is moro interesting or
valuablo to the visitor than a well
arranged exhibit of what the coun
try pioducuM. To tho tour.st it
gives a quick and accurate insight
into the business of the country
that can now bo gained only by
Tim Liitt Cur.
The last cars of tho King street
Hue going to Waikiki and Falama
pasB tho Anchor Saloon. The
cleverortt mixologists in tho city
are there always to put you up
anything you may dosiro. Drop
lu and tako a drop notoro you take
tho car. Tho colobratod Seattle
beer is to bo had hore on draught.
A full lino of liquors including tho
famous A. A. Jesso Moore Whisky
etc., always on hand. The most
exacting and varied demands can
be satisfied. Tho Anchor Saloon
is here to ploase its patrons.
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters ol merchants who advertise in
You are looking for Holiday
Presents. You will find them
in our store. Articles from 1 5
cents to 7S. We cater to all,
and our prices are right.
We have en route large ship
ments oi mercnandise in our
various lines, which "will enable
us to fill the wants of the peo
ple to their entire satisfaction.
Weinvite public inspection
and public opinion.
WALI NICHOLS CO.
This Foot was
Perfectly Fitted by . . .
From a diagram
Ikifackffi Sloe Co
by an afflicted
sufferer of Hawaii.
Tender feet perfectly
The People's Store,
Von Holt Illock, KIiib street
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MADAMI3 LE VANWAY, of S. F.
MRS. I). K. CIIAMIlKItS, of N. Y.
73 Beretania street,
Honolulu, H. I.
BOOK BULLETIN :
Tour Month After Date." by Randall I. Tyler.
"Malrnm Kirk." bv Chattel M Sheldon.
"On the Ilrlcht Shore," by Slenklewlei.
"That Third Woman."
"Up Terrapin River," by Ople Read.
"Mn. Annie Green," " "
"In Uuncombe Country," by Maria LouUe Pool.
"The AwakenlnR ol Noahvlllc." by Franklin 11 North.
"The Unseen Hand," by Lawrence L, Lynch.
"A Wounded Name," by Capt. Chas. Klni;, U. S. A.
"For the DeUnse," by Fergus Hume.
"The Harlequin Opal.
"Whli," by Amelia Weed Holt-rook.
"Cat Not Thv Heart." by Jullen Gordon.
'Itnu, I runJ." hv Hunter.
The Damnation of TheronWare." byllarold Frederic
A Woman Worth Winning," ry iieo.manvme renn
'The Grasshoppers," by Mrs. Andrew Dean.
'The Mighty Atom," by Corelll.
'Lady KUpntrlck," by Robert Buchanan.
'r"hMfUr( " hv llenrv M. Hlostom. Jr.
'The Adventures of a Naval Officer," by Lieutenant
And a number of otbor now
BookH, now Stationery, Ac.
Wo Lave just received, on the Wilder, n lnrca con
signment of CONING BODY PHOTONS, RUNABOUTS
nud other vobicloa.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
"W. W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
1034 V FORT STREET.SAHOVK IIOTKL.
Bed Eoom 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.
316 Fort Street.
CITY JUKN1TDEB STOBE.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Block, 634-536 Port Street,
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