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W Evening Bulletin,
KJH& Published Every Day, except Sunday, at io King
HrV street, Honolulu, II, I., by the
k'BL Bulletin publishing Company.
E'K W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
P DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
, If WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1G, 1898.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, NOVEMBER 1C, 1898.
Tho usual aftermath of tho Spa
nish -Amoricnn war follows the
loss of tho Maria Teresa an in
vestigation Iloports from Fekiugsay UioChi
neso Empress Downgor is placed
ono seat above tho young Emperor
at official functions. Whatovor her
position, it is apparent that she
wields tho matronly slipper effec
tively. Unless tho diplomats' aro keep
ing back some now development
of international friction, Great
Britain's warliko activity may bo
put down as a practise movement
to keep tho omergoncy resources
in good condition.
The "News Muster" attack on
tho TcunessHo boys does not tend
to raisQ tho New Yorkers in local
esteem. The Tennodsooans may
have been firbt to pick a row, but
it will bo hard work to couvinco
an unbiased American that they
aro "blustering cowards."
Tho thoughtful action of Mr.
and Mrs. J. N. Wright in remom
boriug tho boys at tho hospital
ought to receivo prompt attention
of all tho local people. In the
midst of tho pleasant home memo
ries of the day, tho sick and suffer
ing should not bo forgotten.
A victim of the war who has
passed away without much notico
is Col. Geo. Waring who died of
yellow fever on his return from
Havana. Waring was sent to Ha
vana by tho President to attompt
an improvement in sanitary con
ditions. He fell while doing his
Despatches on the ovo of the
Congressional elections givn both
parties as claiming everythiug.
As tho Democrats are loudett in
thoir claims of victory, they doubt
lees are in the greatest dang r of
defeat. These claims aro tho last
shots fired to influence the llo.t
ing voter who wants to be on tho
AI.A1IAM.VH "POOK UOTBLLI."
A confederate veteran who had
a personal acquaintance with
many of tho officors of the newly
famed Alabama has been looking
up soruo of his dates. From tho
memiors of Admiral Raphael
Sommes, it appears pago 402
that on Aug. 13, 1802 Sommes
left Liverpool tp join the Alabama
and put hor in commission. Tho
names of tho officers are given,
but that of Mons Gaspard do
Coliguy is not meutioned. How
ever, at the fag end of the list
appears "poor Bartolli."
Now here is an opportunity for
tho Advortisor to prove its his
torical data by establishing a con-
Alabama ltmorary is: "Jan. 11,
18G3, uostroyod tho U. S.
gunboat Hattoras off tho
coast of Toxas; Jan. 19, in
tho deop watorB of tho Yucatan;
Jan. 25, first day aftor arrival at
Jamaica, steamed out of tho bar
bor of Port Royal bound for tho
coast of Brazil and then to the
Capo of Good Hope."
Sommes does not say anything
of Hilo, Honolulu, Molokai chan
nel, the Eamehamoha kings and
their coal salos or Coligny. But
ho do's givo some prominonco to
"poor Bartelli" who waB a special
friend of tho captain and was
known to havo peculiar flights of
imagination. Our contemporary,
by sotting its superior methods at
work for gotting at facts, may find
that it has dono Mons. Coligny a
wrong by repudiating his opin
and forgetting "poor Bar-
IOWA LOSES AT BASEBALL.
Continued from Page 1,
Lemon came homo in tandem,
after Kiloy's fly to loft had been
caught by Gregg. Wilder
got out racing for third on
a hit only good enough for
two bases, but letting Manuka
havo an easy jog over tho plate.
Gorman was thrown out at first
by Jones. Scoro 7. Kline at first,
Gregg on strikes and Corsey at
first, Iowa went out.
Davis started tho fourth with a
homo run. Bower was dropped at
first, and Lucas and Lemon were
forced out, by a noat double play,
on Manuka's single. Scoro 1.
Iowa scored ono this inning.
Tinloy made a single, but lost his
number trying to steal second.
Haladay, starting on a siuglo, was
brought homo by Biroher's hit,
after O'Callahan flow out to
Bower. Jonos was third out at
Kiley went out at first. Moore
hit a double, and Wilder a homo.
Gormau, hitting for two, camo
homo on Bowers' three, after Davis
was caught by Jones. Lucas
brought Bower home with a single,
and was loft on base by Lemon's
out at first Score 4. Grepg and
Corsey made sinales aftor Goorco
and Kliuo were nailod at first, but
Gregg died stealing third.
In the sixth Kiley, Mooro,
Wilder and Gorman scored, pass
ed balls boing a feature. Score -1.
Iowa was rotired on two flies and
an out at firet, O'Callapbau having
got his base on error of Bavin, and
Jones on a hit.
Mahuka took the bat for tho
seventh, when the game was called
for rain and approaching dark
ness. The timo was about an
hour and a half. This is tho score
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New Goods opening every
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Wola ka Hoo.
necting link betwoen ''poor Bar
telli" aud Coligny.
Again uu pago G37, Sommos
says, "On December the 20th,
18G2, wo iniulo tho Mexican pro
vince of Youeatau." Such beiug
the case it is hard for any but the
Advortiser to make out how the
Alubaum could be in Hilo ou Doc.
19th. Agaiu the captain writes
"Ou the 22nd of December, night
overtaking us within about twen
ty miles of Areas, etc" Suioly
tho Alabama must havo flown on
as speedy wings as tho Adver
tiger's neutrality proposition after
Dowey's victory, to be in Hilo on
or about Dec. 19th and in Yuca
tan tho next day. In making this
comparison, however, it must be
remembered that thero wero no
cowardly traitors on tho Alabama.
The remainder of the iLterest
ing part of Scmmes dotnil of the
Merchant and Fort Streets. jj
Have You Seen Our New Store?
Wheels rented; J. J. Richard
sou, Hotel stroot.
Do you like to drink pure whis
ky ? Then if you do call for
'A. A." Jesso Moore atony of tho
saloons. Lovojoy & Co., distribu
tors for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Mrs. Diss, the pretty littlo wife
of Liieut. J. W. r. Diss, in com
mand of tho detachment of Cali
fornia Artillery on board the City
of Puebla arrived on the Newport.
She camo ashore from tho Bteam
er Newport whilo it was outsido
and was the only lady to land uu
til tho steamer dooked. She re
ports a most pleasant voyage and
thirteen ladies aud a black cat
Captain Berger and tho Gov
ernment bund roceived an ovation
at tho dock this morning prior to
the (leparturo ot tho rennsylva-
ina. llielowa banu ami tho Uov
ornment band alternated with
music ami a great many ot tuo
men took advantage of tho raolody
to "trip the light fantastic." For
tho first time in its history the
Australia wharf was turned into a
Tho ubo of the Singer in mil
lions of homes shows tho unpre
cedented success of tboso ideal
sowing machines, It is convinc
ing proof that tho Singer excels
in all kinds of family Bowing and
art needle work. All our sowing
machines are of the boat construc
tion, 'beautifully decorated, and
are mounted on selected woods in
finely finished cabinets of artistic
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Tour Monlhj Ader Date." ty Randall I. Tyler.
Malcom Kirk." by Charlei M. Sheldon.
'On the llrluht Shore," by Slenklewlei.
' That Third Woman,"
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'Mrs. Annie Green," " "
'In Duncombc Country," by Maria Louise Pool.
'The Awakening ol Noahvllle," by Tranklln II North,
'Tlie Unseen Hand," by Lawrence L. Lynch.
'A Wounded Name," by Capt. Chas. Klnc, U. S. A,
Tor the Defense." ty Fergus Hume.
'The Harlequin Opal.
Whls." by Amelia Weed llolbrook.
"Eat Not Thy Heart," by Jullen Gordon.
"Hmif 1 P&rnLl." bv Gunter.
"The Damnation of TheronWare," by Harold Frederic
"A Woman Worth Wlnrlne," by Geo.Manvllle henn
"The Urasshopperf , ' by Mrs. Andrew uean.
"The Mighty Atom." by Corelll.
"Lady Kilpau-lck," by Robert Buchanan,
"Checkers," by Henry M. Blossom, Jr.
"The Adventures of a Naval Officer," by Lieutenant
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