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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 19, 1898.
Published Every Day. except SunJay, at io King
street, Honolulu. II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. TARRINOTON Editor
DANIEL LOT. AN City Editor
SATURDAY, NOV. 10, 1898.
IIow will the siuplo tax proposi
tion striko Hawaii when wo get in
tho swing of American politics?
Wlmt will bo n Thanksgiving
turkey for the United States will
bo ii bitter Thanksgiving pill for
Lord Salisbury's Lonilou speech
indicates tlint Hiitish wnr prepara
tions nro merely mnuouvera to test
tho national safety valves.
Prize- fighters, exponents of the
" mauly art," fail to tiguro promi
nently in tho ranks of tho boys
"holding down tho front." Their
war is a war of words.
Lost: Tho high ilowu flurry
over stock oxclmugo gambling and
inflated real estate values. Tho men
who wanted t depress values have
retired into innocuous doouotudo.
Elect. tm returns aro accompa
nied by tho usual list of shooting
scrapes. Many citieB and .towns
cannot breakup tho customs of a
"good, old-fashiouod election day."
The next thing on tho tapis is
likoly to be tho roviving of tho old
scheme to divide Now York into
two Statos. King Crokor wants to
get his fingor into the United
Phelau's majority in San Fran
cisco is hardly largo enough for
him to think of tho probabilities
of a third term. Two years houco
he'll bo figuring on a deal for
Tho London Standard say inde
pendence of tho Philippines is im
possible. That's right too. Tho little
follow that hopes for indopoudenco
in tho family of nations in those
days is hoping against fato.
President McKinley sends
word to Nicargua intimating that
it had better not do any eaual
business until tho United States
Congress has spoken. A wotd to
tho wise will doubtless be suUici
onf. Now they say that Quay bought
up tho Democrats aud won tho
elections in Pennsylvania. This is
tho usual way of explaining a do
feat, but it is pretty tough ou tho
Democrats to admit that thoy can
Thoodoro Roosovolt in auswor
to questions as to what ho iutonds
to do novor fails to remind tho
peoplo that ho is a Republican.
Ho will prove himsolf an ablo ox
pouent of tho party as well as an
Editor Stead and Rov. Dr. Tal
moge, who have hud tho pleasure
of dining with the Czar of Russia,
say that tho peace proposition is
on honest one. Another proof
that you can best roach a man's
hoart via his stomach.
Corporul Healoy tho California
boy who wou fatno iu ouo of tho
fights boforo Manila, has been ap
pointed suporintondont of schools
in Manila. Thus Iloalt-y gots
control of tho straps as a reward
for meritorious conduct.
Tosla, tho electrician, is said to
havo invonted a dovico wheroby
an expert located ot Suudy Hook
can destroy a vessel nt Southamp
ton. If tho olectricians make prac
tical all thoir theories thoy will
tako all tho fun out of war.
With tho steam laundry in tho
business field, tho pooplo of tho
city havo u very practical way of
demonstrating whether or no they
really favor white labor. Tho re-
suit will be wiituhed with ns much
interest ns Manager Lowroy's ex
U. S. Grant Jr. is a cnndidnto
for United States Senator from
California. It docs seem true that
when a man has ft father to point
to, ho has ft prior right to aspire.
Grant is a good Ropublicou nnd a
good fellow, but California has
bettor men for the placo.
Tho London Daily Mail pub
lished no war uows in n recent is
suo stating it had rocoived n lettor
from tho war ollico nskiug it not
to publish "anything that might
bo useful to a poseiblo enemy."
Nothing it could publish would
put a possiblo auemy moro on tho
Admiral Schley's frionds now
aay thoro is au official ring in tho
Navy Department that supports
Sampson and seeks to dosparagc
tho work of Schloy. Tho great
and only, Dowey seems to bo tho
one prominout participant in tho
war who gets off without serious
Honolulu docs not half nppro
ciato tho chances thoy havo of
losing tho Unitod States garrison
for this town. If tho business
men of this city can Bit listlessly
by aud sao tho distribution of
about $15,000 a month slip out
of their hands, they aro indeed
It is not statod that Gon. Miles
submitted his roport of tho San
tiago campaign to Richard Hard
ing Davis and Creolman for revi
sion. According to tho Horald
and tho Journal tueso two men
know moro about the war than all
tho geuorals tho United States can
In many homes of Honolulu,
members of tho Now York regi
ment and Enginoor companies
will bo entortained at home
Thanksgiving dinuera. This is
an excellent plan, and with tho
dinner to bo given at tho camp by
tho ladies assures a pleasant day
for tho Boldiors.
If tho United States succeeds in
holding tho Philippines tho boys
going to Manila will find plenty
of fighting on their hands. Amori
cans will never allow their opera
tions to bo cou fined solely to Ma
nila. Tho island campaigns will
bo something on tho order of old
time indinn fighting.
Ouo minuto and six seconds was
tho timo used by Presidont Mc
Kinloy in casting his ballot. Tho
Presidont, who spout timo and
mouoy to cast his ballot sot a good
examplo for the stay-at-homes who
don't want to tako tho troublo to
voto and thon swear at tho cussed
ncsa of American politics.
Chinoso authorities havo beon
advertising in English papora for
first class timo-oxpirod gunuors.
Tho British Admiralty found thoso
I men worn wantod for tho now Ohi-
neBO cruisers building in Enrop
oan yards. Each man in tho Bri
tish sorvico has been romiuded of
his oath of ollegianco to hor Ma
jesty tho Queen. ThoChiuosolmvo
siuce had no applications from tho
Mr. Hanna, American consul in
Porto Rico writes:
"I am convinced that young
mon seeking work or positions of
anv kind should not come to Per to
Rico. Such persons as clerks,
carpenters, mochanics and labor
ers of all grades should stay away
from Porto Rico. No Amoricau
should come to Porto Rico oxpoct
ing to striko it rich and no per
sons should come horo without
plenty of money to pay board bills
and havo enough to tako them
back to thoir homes in tho United
"I deem it important that tho
department cause this suggestion
to be made publio through tho
nowspapers of tho country."
Thoy must havo one of thoso
horriblo business rings in Porto
Rico that wo'vo hoard so much
about in this torritory. Tho ad
vantago Porto Ricans havo is that
thoy novor advertised themselves
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Publio Land Notice.
On TUESDAY, Docomber 20, 1808, lit
Vi o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of
tho Judiciary HulUUng, Honolulu, will
bo Hold at Auction Loukch of tho follow
ing tracts of Government Land:
Tho tract of land known asl'iinaliui,
contalnlnc 80 Acres nt shoro about (1
miles westward from Kaunakakal, and
conslhtlng of low lying Kula land and
Term of loaso, 21 years.
Upset llontal, $250 jxSr year.
1'aynblo Miml-nnnimlly In ii'.lvanco.
Six reninantH of Ooveriiment Lajid In
Kljiahulu (IiNtrIct,coutuIulnga total aron
of 150 AcroN u little more or low, cano
aud pastoral land.
Term of Loawj, 21 years.
Upot Rontnl, SI00 por yoar.
Payable soml-nuuually iu advance
For further particulars, plans, oto., ap
ply at OIHco of Publio, Lands, Honolulu.
.J, F. 11HOWN,
Agent of Pupllu Lands.
Nov. 17. 180S. ' 1070-at
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby unti
tled that the hours for Irrigation pur
poses nro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. and
from 1 to 0 o'clock p. m.
II. Holders or water privileges on
the slopes of Punchbowl above Qreou
street, and In ruuanu Valley above
School street are horoby uotllled that
they will not bo restricted to tho Irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 a. m. and 4 to
6 l). iu., but will bo allowed to Irrigate
whenever Hiillloieiit water la available,
provided that they do not use tho
wator for Irrigation purposes for more
than four hours In evory twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu 'Water Works.
Approved- J. A. KING,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, II. I., Sept. 7, 1893
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Tbis tract haviup boen plat
ted is uow roady for salo,
and wo offor the public an
opportunity of procuring
dolightful roBidonco Bites at
Situated in tho district of
Honolulu, about threo miles
from the contor of tho city,
with line nincadainizod rondB
fi leading to it, and ou tho liuo
of tho now Electrio Street
Railway; at an olevntion
overlooking Kapiolaui Park,
tho ocoan, tho city,and Pearl
Lochs, it is, without oscop
tion, tho healthiest and most
picturesque of "'our city su
burbs. 1 Same is laid out with
streets oach CO foot wide,
oach lqt, containing 15,000
Hquaro'tfeet, 100 x 150 and
75 x 200, which wo offer at
S-100 oach, on paymouts of
$100 cash nnd balnnco in
monthly installments of 625.
Those desiring to visit tho
proporty will bo personally
attended and conveyed to
and from same by making
ongngomonts at our ofiQco,
whore furthor information
will bo furnished, and whoro
a map of tho tract can bo
210 KING- ST.
During my temporary absence from
Honolulu, Mr, K. I. Spalding will act
undor full power of attorney for tho
Dank of Claus Spreckjes & Co.
"SV. G. IltWIN.
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