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THtf EVTCV1NO HPMiETIN: HONOLULU,
Tl. I., NOVEMBER 17. 18IW. Jm-
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Published Every Day, etpt Sunday, at io Klnc
street, Honolulu, II. I., by the
Bulletin publishing company.
W. K. rARRIN'GTON
THUKSDAY, NOV. 17, 1808.
Now t lint tho olootions have
gono llepublicon our morning
frieudB will probably coino oat
strong for tho potty.
Tho Tacoma Lelger iidvertiuos
a pprsonnlly conducted excursion
tj Honolulu by tho Btentuer CJiir
ouno. This in rathor fuuuy on
nccounl of tho lu.'k of favorable
co'iiuiPii tho Liulgor hns been
A repoit comes from Ohio that
American diplomats proposo to
HKchanyo tho Philippine foi
Oatmdri Soiuo froak has got
loose. S' rl lovoly cold winters
will pa-a lieforo ChuhiIii with
draws its nlloginuco to Great
Willie licaist has a feigned
editorial in t'to Examiner saying
if the Democrat had followed his
campaign policy they would have
won. Ho says tho Democratic
lenders don't know anything.
Willio makes a real nk-e I-told
you bo boy. There is no doubt
tho Democrats would have won if
they had Republican principles
i It the nation
holiest govern men
victory of no small importanco in
national as well as stato affaire;
California lias plainly spokon its
opinion ou tho fusion, single tax,
and indifferent war policy of Ma
g 11 ire, and Pennsylvania indicates
thnt it d303n't bolievo Sonator
Quay is as bad as he is painted.
Kansas and Nobraskn, Fopulistic
strongholds, suviug buck iuto tho
It all shows that the peoplo of
tho United States have ceased to
winder after false, financial, tariff
and diplomatic gods and that the
nii.ioual prosperity following the
election of President McKinley
will be continued.
l.'il'JibRADLEY a Hubbard
coi.. cmi:i:i: snim:vii:m:i.
When Governor-elect Roosovelt
was asked what ho intends to do he
"It is a little early to talk about
plaus or programme. 1 will say
one thing, however, and that is,
all promises and pledges I havo
made to tho people will bo ful
filled in spirit and letter. I was
elected by tho po plo, and to them
I will hold myself rigidly ao
Even this short statement is
Buflicieut to cause the corruptiou
ista to prepare tb dance on the
gridiron. There will bo warm
times around tho Albany capitol
whon Teddy gets in tho governor's
II Wm Mr tli I'lml TIiiio Ditrlni; III
Slily 'Two Vum.
Mr. II. T. Greene and his good
wife win-disturbed at their resi1
tlence on Km in street Inst oven
iug by music and suppressed
voico in confustiou in the front
The Colonel suspecting ho had
a night call to conduct a fresh
detachment of boys in blue, ovor
tho Executive building, went to
the front feeling for the koy of
the throne room, whon bo discov
ered tho garden swarming with
poncebto citizens thoir wifes and
children and as each ouo carried
u b isket or parcel, ho thought it
might bo a doiachmont of the Red
Croes Society looking for the con
valescent hospital. But the inva
ders charged liko veterans on the
house demanding a full surrender
and taking possession, oidering
the Colonel nud his lady to tho
parlor while they loaded tho din
ner tablo with refreshments galore;
among which was an immense
birthday cuke it having leaked out
that it was tho veteran's 62nd
The evening was spent most de
lightfully with music and feasting
and when tho party dispersed, Mr
Pamo's rapid transit cars had re
tired from duty.
Tim Bulletin' wishes tho gonial
Colonel muuy huppy returns of
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1 1 1 1
no bar to
Ttikeu ns a whole tho fall elec
tions for 1898 represent a sweep
ing victory for Republican princi
ples, and although the complexi n
of the House of Representatives is
not ossured, the chances are in fa
vor of the administration having a
solid working majority in the leg
Tho war antl tho policy of tho
administration has been endorsed,
tho frio silver craze given the black
eye, and tho Fusion-Populist forces
routed in their old time htrong
holds. While the Djiuo-ruts have
made inrnida on the Republican
majority iu tho liotibo of Repre
sentatives, the Semite, which is to
hve mi nctho part in upholdi' g
tho diplomatic policy of t o 1'
sidi'iit, is bin e of a uotkh-g Re
putiliiau majority a God send
to the nation a well as tho R pub
lican party. Should tho final re
turns seriiiiis'y rediici the Re
paid enn ninjirity in the llnuse,
it is certain that t lit li.-puliiiO'iiii-anil
Gold DfiiniQiiitA can ruiikt a
combiniitU'ii that will wipo out all
hopes of the Hilver-ftibiou forces.
Tho returns iudient" that tho
people are determined that t'ie
fiiinneinl stability of tho country
shall not bo disturbed by wild
silvor chimeras. Iu not a single
Clothes. Wear Stein- J
jjj Bloch Clothes : they g
(t Iihxm nil flip hiVh-cost 'f?
(f ""'w (f
tailor's "fashion kinks" J
S at a third to half his ?.J
instanco has tbo war or expansion
policy bean repudiated. The pVo
plo bavo not been led as ry by thn
attacks upon the coadfci-t of Hi
war or tho dark pictures painted
by th anti-expnnstoniijts. In
New York, Pennsylvania, and
Colifo uia whero tbp campaigu
has boon puticularly bitter aud
fought with all tho vigor of a na-
Trailr llli Vnllnl Htatea Colonial
Captain H. S. Swinton and as
sociates are buying the schooner
Concord for S3'20U, the vossol to
be handed ovor to thorn with hull
in good condition. Tho new
owners will load tho schooner
with merchandise, for a trading
voyage to the Caroline, Ladrono
nud, possibly, Philippine islands.
From Honolulu tho Concord will
sail for Kaiisuio, Ponape and Ruk
iu the Carolines. Then she will
proceed to Guam, tho island seiz
ed by tho cruiser Charleston, in
tho L'ulrono group.
Finally, the Concord will pro
ceed to iUanna auu, u a cunnco
occur, she will bo fold. In that
caso tho Honolulu traders will
come homo from tho Philippine
capital If tho vossol will not
soil iidvantngoously, doubtless a
return cargo can bo obtained for
either Honolulu or San Francisco.
Ouptaiii Swiutou kuows tho isl
aiiiW to be visited like a book, ho
having beou thoro ns first mato of
the missionary packet Morning
D. (!. CamuriuoB hns recoived
on tho htiamer Australia a big in
voice of delicacies, compn-ing
the following: Fresh Salmon,
Ciabrt, Fiu.en OiBlors (tin ntid
rthell), Apples, Grapes, Figs, Le
mons, . L ore Ulivo Uil, Dry
I Fruit, otc, etc.
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