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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 18, 18SJ8.
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P-ibllshed Every Day. excert Sundiy, l io King
ttrect. Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FAKRINGTON Editor
DANIFL LOGAN -a E3'
Per month, n.nyhere In Hawaiian Islands $ .7J
Per year " " " 8 o"
Pervear.postpald.toAmerlc.i.Canada orMexko 10 oo
Per year. postpaid, other torelfrn countries 1 1 oo
J-Payablo InvarlaMv In aJvance.
tlusmcssOmce ." EJItorlal Rooms, 100.
Pustolfice tint, 404,
FRIDAY, NOV. 18, 1808.
If tho Unitml State wants the
Maria Teresa saved tho oliieials
hotter floutl llobson ami his crew
to take her home.
No lois wero bought by tho Ad
vertiser for Mons. Coligny when
ho continued hia travels to tho
Orient this morning.
TIip j"b hunters are now prin
cipally represented in tho Dorao
cratio piuty. Tho Republicans
who got left wero few and far be
tween. Thero is nothing in tho fall
elections to cause tho neutrality
advocates to ehout for joy. Tho
loyal peoplo of tho country staud
by tho administration through
thick and thin in time of war.
Victorious Americans are not
foruotful of Spanish houor. Tho
marked tribnto paid the memory
of General Vera del Roy shows
tho truo American spirit of res
pecting those who served their
coubo, although it may havo been
an unfortuuato ono.
oovi:iinj!i:nt i:m:ctiiic plant.
Tho export report on tho condi
tion of tho Government oloctric
light system indicates that this
department of tho Public Works
affairs ueods prompt and Borioiib
attention. The oponing sentence
might well bo changed to: "We
find the works in fairly good con
dition but for the safely of life
and property wo recommend that
tho wholo thing bo built over
now." Tho wholo attt.iou uetds
rowiriug.jtho water wheel is dau
gorous, no automatic regulars, no
Bwilch board automatic circuit
breakers, a jaokscrew used as a
belt tightcnor and tho arc light
shafting out of alignment. And
so it goes down tho list. It sh uld
bo noted, however, thatoxp'ite 10
mark tho now wiring put i.i by
Supt. Buck in Nuuiinu Valley and
on tho Palama road hs in first
Tho general tenor of Mr. Buck's
report indicates that ho has ap
preciated tho deficiencies ami has
gono to work to remedy the de
fects us rapidly as posbible.
From theso ropnrts it i prac
tically impossible to placo blamo
on any single individual. The
fact remains that tho plant
has been sadly out of ro
pair. Thero his been neg
lect by somoono, sometime,
otherwise thoro would bo no neces
sity for tho general overhauling
and reconstruction now pending.
It shows that even government
olectrio plants, which outiht to bo
tho pink of porfoction, are allowed
to run down and Buffer from a fnil
uro to keo ur to the times. Indi
viduals cut no figuro, the govern
ment, as with tho corporation, ib
That the prenoat conditions
shall not bo ropoated, tho proper
thing for tho govern raout to do is
to appoint an expert inspector who
shall havo oversight of all tho
wires of the city. Ho thould be a
man thoroughly convorsant with
tho rulcH and regulations domond
od by modern electricians and not
associated with tho government or
any of tho corporations running
wires in tho streets. Such a man
might bo oxponsivo but tho pur
0 iiiho will bo worth the prion in
oonsoquonco of the additional pro
tection given life and property.
xaxci: o'm:ii. as i.t:tn.
Another crowded house gropted
tho McKeo Raukiu Company (it
tho opora liouso Inst night. Again
Honolulu was charmed and en
thused by tho splendid portrayal
of Leah, the Jowosh, by Niuico
O'Neil. Tho critics lmvo little or
nothing to Bupgest in tho way of
iraprovomont for Miss O'Neil.
Tho play last night was 0110 in
which tho various, membors of tho
casto wero not thrown iDto the
shadow of the star. It called for
strong work from every porson on
tho stago, and each mombor of tho
corapiny faithfully fulfilled tho
Tho plays for Saturday af'er
noou and evening aro East
Lyuno and Oliver Twist. That
thero will bo crowded houses is
assured by tho great success of
tho seadon thus far.
Hy spocial request an early
moonlight concort will he givon
this, Friday, evening, at Tliomns
square, commencing at 7:30
Tho program is as follows:
Overture The Iloail for Glory ..Kllng
Finale Lucia ill Lnnimcrinoor ...
Selection I Due Focarl Venll
(11) Mangle's Souk
Mist Hose llorlinor.
(Ii) Like 11011 Like
Mr. I). Moc.
Cornet Solo The Surf Ktclnhaupcr
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Selection The Serenades Ileibert
Walt A Summer livening
March The llride Meet Houu
The SturSpaiiKletl J tinnier.
Tin lliinffrra of Spring
Which nriso from impurities in
tho blood and a doploted condition
of this vital fluid may bo entirely
averted by Hood'B Sarsaparilla.
This great moclicino cures nil
spring humors, boils, eruptions
and sores, and by enriching and
vitalizing tho blood, it overcomes
that tired feeling and gives vitali
ty nnd vigor.
llood a I'll Is cure nausea, sick
headache, biliousness and all
livor ills. Prico 25 cents.
If you want a nico Rubber tiro
hack with a careful driver ring up
Club Stable Hack Stand Tel. 311),
and wo guaranteo you will bo
Do you liko to drink puro whis
ky ? Then if you do call for
"A. A." Jesso Moore atany of tho
saloons. Lovojoy ifc Co., distribu
tors for tho Hawaiian Islands.
My Honolulu Rello is a compa
nion piece to My Honolulu Lady.
It is by tho Bamo author and for
nalo by tho Rorgstrom Music Co.
Step in and try it on ono of the
The use of tho Singor in mil
lions of homes shows tho unpre
cedented ruccobs of theso ideal
sowing machines. It is convinc
ing proof that tho oincor oxcolB
in all kinds of family sewing and
art needle work. All our sowing
machines aro of tho host construe-'
tiou, beautifully dpcorated, and
are mounted on Bolected woods in
finely finished cabinets of artistic
designs. R. Rorgorsou, agent, K5J
VETLKSHX - HAYSKLDKN On
Nov. 17, I89S, at tlie church of the
iiwy iiinueuiiiH, illinium, .miuii,
ly the Itev. Alexander Mackin
tosh, ab-ilnteil by the Hev. Win.
Ault, Love Moller Vctlusen to
Tatula Lucy Ollison HayHulilen,
eldi"(t daughter of I Ton. Frederick
J laysclden of Laiial.
FIOUKUHDO-I11 Honolulu, Nov. 17,
1UUS, to U10 wire of Jlr. J. T. Flg
uercdo, a mm.
A truet of land of nay 2,080 nenm, on
tho Island of Oalni; well wntorod or that
e.m bo furnUliod by artonlan borliiH.
Any ono that eiin furnish suth a tract
ran wcuro n favorable long loabo, or If
iroforrod tho linduralgnod In willing to
10(17 Biillotln olllco.
WIIiD EH'S STKAMSIIIP COMPANY,
Tho annual mooting of tliln company
will tako placo at Us olllco In llil.s city
at 10 o'clock Monday morning, Novom
bor 21st, 1898.
S. II, KOSK,
Honolulu, Nov. llth, 180S,
Bradley & Hubbard
THE BEST OF ALL
The Latest Styles of
Shades and Globes.
New Goods opening every
day, and more to arrive.
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PUIe Wflif srpin- (0
jJ Bloch Clothes : they jg
JJJ have all the high-cost Jj
j tailor's "fashion kinks" 2J
W at n third to half his f$
We're Sole Agents.
Merchant and Fort Streets.
Have You Seen Our New Store?
The Quality and Assortment of
Do You Like Our Three Show
You are looking for Holiday
Presents. You will find them
in our store. Articles from 1 5
cents to $75. 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 till the wants of the peo
ple to their entire satisfaction.
We invite public inspection
and public opinion.
The People's Store,
Von Holt llloek, King street.
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73 Beretania street,
Honolulu, H. I.
Nono bettor. Endorsed by tho
First Edition now ready.
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Published and for snlo only by
WAU NICHOLS CO.
"Four MonibJ Alter Dale." t Rndll I. Tyler.
"Malcuro Kirk." by Charles m. Sheldon.
"On the tlrleht Shore." by Slenklewlei,
"Thai Thlri Woman " "
"Up Terrapin Hlver," by Ople Read.
"Mrs. Annie Orjen," " "
"In Uuncombe Country," by Maria LouUe Pool.
"The AwakenlnE of Noahvllle." by Tranklln II.North.
"The Unseen (land," by Lawrence L. Lynrti.
"A Wounded Name," by Capt. Chas. King, U, S. A.
"For the Defense," by rergus Hume,
"The Harlequin Opal,
"Whli," by Amelia Weed llolbrook,
"How I Escaped," by Gunter,
Eat Not I hy Heart," by junen uorjon.
i.Xli h.mn.ilM. f f h.rnnWar..1
I oi i r
by Harold Trederlc
"A Woman Worth Wlnnlne." by Geo. Manfllle Tenn
ir," by Geo. Mawfllle Tenn
"The Grasshorpers," by W
.Irs. Andrew Dean.
'The Michtv Atom," by Corelll.
'l iw lnni.irlrlr." hv Unhurt Duchanan.
"Checkers," by Henry M, Blossom, Jr.
"The Adventures ol a Naval Officer," by Lieutenant
And a number of other now
Books, now Stationery, Ac,
316 Fort Street,
N. S. SACHS
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No Time Like the Present !
DO NOT FAIL TO LOOK AT THE
llb Wool OnpoMS
Reduced from $.2$ to
Reduced from 7Jc to
Reduced from 6?c to
They are Worth
Wo havo just received,
Bignmont of CONING BODY
aud other vohicloa.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
m "W. "W- WRIGHT, Prop'r.
m 1034 V
Tonders will bo rocolvod at tho Attor
noy Genoral's Ofllco till 12 o'clock noon,
on Tuesday, November 29, 18H8, for
furnishing tho Oahu Prison for ono
year,lKgIni4ng on Thursday, Docombor
1, with tho following mipplloH at such
tlimm nnd in such quantities as may bo
Tho Marshal orlmch other as ho mny
doslgnato will mako tho roiiulsltlon, and
all suppllos will be subjoot to his Inspec
tion nnd approval.
Tho contractor will bo roqulrod to
furnish sulUiblo bond for the faithful
performances of his contract.
All tonders must bo distinctly marked
"Tendor for Suppllos, Oahu Prison."
Tho Attorney Ooneral does not bind
himself to accept tho lowost or any
bid. WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Pol, per lb.
Frosh Moat, per lb.
Hard llroad, modlum, (with case)
1'rosh Dread, por loaf.
Salmon, (red) por lb.
Ton, per lb.
Colloo, Kona In bean, por lb. '
Potatoes, per Hi.
Deans, (rod or pink) por lb.
Onions, por lb. '
IUco No. 1, por b.g of 100 lbs.
Par Soap, (brown) with ease, por lb.
Sugar No. 1, per lb.
Milk, por quart.
Dluo Donim, Amoskoag, 14 oz, por
Brown Donim, Amoskoag, 14 o, por
Canvas, Nos.2, 10 and 12, por yard.
Dlaiikots, per pair. (
Galvanized Iron Duckots, Nog. IS and
1,1, por doz.
7c per yard.
0c per yard.
lr VI A I I
?c per yard.
on tho Wilder, a lnrp;o con-
FOUT STltKKT.rAUOVK HOTKf,.
Yard Drooms, por don.
Shoes, with buckles of siilos, por doz.
Callfornls Wheat Hay, largo balos,
Oats, per ton.
Solo Leather, per lb. 1000-3t.
Public Land Notice.
On TUESDAY, Docombor 20, 1803, at
12 o'clock noon, at tho front ontranco of
tho Judiciary Dulldlng, Honolulu, will
bo sold at Auction Leases of tho follow
ing tracts of Government Land:
Tho tract of land known as Punaluu,
contaiuliiB 89 Acres nt shoro about (1
miles westward from Kaunakakal, anil
consisting of low lying Kula land and
Salt Swamp laud,
Tonu of luaso, 21 years.
Upsot Itontal, ?2.10 jnir year.
Payable soml-annually in tidviinco.
Six romnanta of aovornmenl Ijiud In
Klpuhulii district, containing a total nrou
of 150 Acros a littlo moro or less, camj
and pastoral land.
Torm of Iaso, 21 yoars.
Upot Uontnl.SlOO poryoar.
Payablo sonil-annually In adyanco.
Por further particulars, plans.oto., ni
ply nt Olllco of Public Lands, Ilouolulu.
.1. V. DUOWN,
Agont or Pnbllo Lands.
T"v. 17, 1808. io7o-3t
Election of Officers.
At tlio Annual Meeting ot the Stock
holders of tho Pioneer Mill Company,
Limited, held this day, tho following
ofllcersworo elected ror tho onsulng
Puul iMJiiborg President
J. F. llackreld Vlce-I're.sldent
IT. A. Isenborg Treasurer
E'l Siilir Secretary
W. Pfotenhauer Auditor
KD SUHR, Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. II, 1808.
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