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TUB EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 21, 181)8.
Published Every Day, eept Sunday, at Jio Kins
street, Honolulu II I , b the
BULLUTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FAKRINCiTON . , . JHor
DANILL LOGAN - City Editor
MONDAY, NOV. 21, 1898.
The llnunii Herald's orncle of
the cotToe shop says:
"Ah to politics or our political
condition, I would eny tluit there
enn bo no clinnpo until we have
different laws niul ditTerout men
nt tho helm. If we nro to Amori
en n i.o Ilnwnii thoro must bo nn
Amoriran nt tho hend nnd I do
not beliorc wo will do better than
to oirrv tho Sewnll banner clenr
to Washington. IIo is tho mnn to
change tlnnus nml to mlmiuister
affairs for tho good of tbo people.
IIo is tho friend of llilo nud with
him ns (governor wo would Imve n
show to lulvnncc. You juet watch
tho Sewnll boom.''
This indicates that llilo knows
whore to plneo its confidence, in
ordor that tbo torritory niny gain
tho bout tils of complete American
progress. The Sowall campaign
can hardly bo called a boom. It
is the result of a universal de
mand from tho people of this tor
ritory that a straight forward, true
American nlmll be at tbo head of
m:h"oiiki:iis ami iiii.o.
By reading tho llilo papors tho
people of Honolulu havo an op
portunity to got a conciso roviow
of tho Now Yorkers' opinion of
Honolulu. Doubtless many local
people will feel injured at tho re
flections upon their hospitality,and
will bring up mnny instances to
prove- tho complaints of tho New
York boys unfounded. It is use
lees to nrguo tho proposition, how
ever. The samo opinion obtains
throughout tho regimont. Hono
lulu missed its opportunity to do
tho nico thing by tho New York
boys in tho first instanco and no
amount of explanations or dinners
can chnnge tho situation.
Tho boys feel that they have not
been made welcome, that the gov
ernment dooiu't want them lion,
that tho people don't want them
hero nud finally that their colonel
has bcon insulted and criticised
without duo cause. Wo must ad
mit that wo nro not wholly sur
prised that this sontimont has
arispn. Tho boys staud by thoir
colonel to a man and tho ofiicors
take an individual interest in tho
mon. Tho First is an ideal regi
ment. Thoro nro arguments on both
sides but to exploit thorn will do
no particular good. Unfortunate
circumstances have arisen; Hono
lulu has lost its opportunity to
make friends with tho Stato of
York and llilo has mado tho most
of it. Thereby llilo mnkes a point
and nil Honolulu can do is to
make the best of it. Whother Ho
nolulu can mnko amends for mis
takes remains to be seon. Mean
while Hilo makes merry over tho
advantngo it has gained.
Now that tho churches havo taken
up tho saloon visits, tho Cabinet
fiuds itself botweon tho devil aud
tho deep sea. Suddonly assuming
ultra prohibition viowB this nugust
body proposed to do nil sorts of
good things and stir up tho ani
mals genorally. As this brought
down popular condemnation on
Cabinet, it was apparont eomo
thing must bo dono. Id conse
quence tho nigu oinoials ueciueu
that thoy wore in partnership
with tho saloons, nnd in full offi
cial regalia mado a trip around
town to boo whether thoir busi
ness partners were doing good
work. Thus nn attempt was mado
to throw" a sop to both partios.
Tho men about town aro quick
to boo tho political dodgo and take
it for what it is worth not much.
Tho prohibitionists howovor note
that their political tower n moral
strength is weak in the kno?s and
aro consequently up in arms. By
this shilly slinlly, wavering, I
guess I-don't-know policy, tho
Executive- of this torritory
has given a public demonstration
of tbo weakest weakness of oflicinl
life. It demonstrates tho attitude
of tho chief oxecutivo when his
advisors nro divided; it demon
strates that a now governor is
needed at the territorial holm.
Tho first movo of tho Cabinet
was repudiated by tho general
business community, and that the
second movo is repudiated by tho
prohibitory forco is shown by
tho8o words from Rev. Mr. Azhill
yesterday nt tho Christian church:
"Governors of tho peoplo who, by
words and acts of administration
oncourogo tho liquor business may
got into ofllco and continue- in
office, but thoy do not represent
tho men and women who aro ac
cepting tho call ns from God to
extend our civilization to tho isl
ands nud tho regions beyond.
"Further, I would say thnt with
all our occasions for thanks
giving to God this good year of
his grace, our chief causo for
Bhnmo and sorrow continues to bo
tho hypocrital attltudo of Chris
tians and politicians toward tho
novn.i:ii vh. i.uoak.
Cnmn nt Circuit Court Term nml
Mattera In Climulirra.
It was announced bofore Judgo
Ferry that tho assumpsit suit of
J. F. Bowlor vs. T. 11. Lucns had
boon settled, und that plaintiff
would file a discontinuance Coun
sel for defendant having asked
leave to withdraw nnBwor, counsel
for plaintiff moved to have tho an
swer stricken from tho files. Tbo
Court donied both motions nnd
ordered tho defondnnt to filo an
amended answer. Humphreys it
Goar and E. P. Tobin for plain
tiff; Davidson for defendant.
Iu tho caso of M. S. Grinbaum
& Co. vs. Boo Ying Lung and S.
Ahmi, appeal from judgment in
District Court for &27-1.41 balanco
on notes, tho dofendants have
withdrawn tho nppoal. Ediugs
for plniutiff; Knnoakua nnd John
son for defendants.
J F Carl Hogers, administra
tor estate Kcnloha Iuko, has filed
an account rotating to tho guard
ianship of Georgo Iuko, showing
2:i0.-12 duo tho ward.
The Mahunnlii and Franca di
vorco Cft30s wore partly heard con
tinned till next Saturday. In tho
former tho husband, libolleo, filed
a cross bill.
Judgo Porry is hearing Kaholo
vs. Paia nud Koawo, ooctmont,
jury boing wnivod. Davidson for
plaintiff; no nppearanco of or for
Judgo Stanley is still hearing
Agnes Jones ot -fvl vs. Haua Lili
Pooloa ot al, by a mixed jury.
iho star Association has ap
pealed from tho vordiot of S500
dnmages against tho paper for
liboliug Unary Saylor.
From Now '.rulaml.
Roefton, Now Zealand, Nov. 23,
I am very pleaBod to stato that
since I took tho agency of Cham
berlain's mcdicinoB tho snlo has
been vory Inrgo, rnoro especially
of the Cough Remedy. In two
years l havo soul moro of this
particular remedy than ofnll other
makes for tho provious fivo yoars.
As to its oflicnoy, I havo boon in
formed by scores of porsons of
tho good results thoy havo receiv
ed from it, and know its value
from tho uso of it in my own
household. It is so pleasant to
tnko that we havo to placo tho bot
tle boyond tho reach of tho child
ren. E. J. 80ANTLEMJUY.
For salo by all doalers. Bou
6on, Smith & Co., Gon. Agts.
Tho uso of tho BIngor m mil
lions of homes shows tho unpre
cedented success of those ideal
sowing machines. It is convinc
ing proof that tho Singor oxcols
in nil kinds of family sewing and
art needlo work. All our sowing
machines aro of tho host construc
tion, boautifully decorated, and
aro mounted on solocted woods in
finoly finished cabinots of artistio
designs. B. Bergoreon, agont, 1GJ
StrangciB consult Tho Bulletin's
advertising columns ,
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New Goods opening every
day, and more to arrive.
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at a third to half his
We're Sole Agents.
Merchant and Fort Streets.
Have You Seen Our New Store?
The Quality and Assortment of
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You are looking for Holiday
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in our store. Articles from 1 J
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and our prices are right.
We have en route large ship
ments of merchandise in our
various lines, which will enable
us to fill the wants of the peo
ple to their entire satisfaction.
We invite public inspection
and public opinion.
The People's Store,
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MADAMi: LK VANWAY, of S. F.
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73 Beretania street,
Honolulu, H. I.
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Roaring Farce Comedy,
Nnnco O'Noll ns Ilosa Colomblor
L. H.Stoukwoll H. ., Arthur Hmnmlngtop
"Four Months Alter Date,
"Milcom Kirk." hv Char!
bv Randill I. Tvlcr.
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"On the UrlEht Shore," by Sienklewlei
ry unarics m sneuon.
"inai inira woman,
"Up Terrapin River,1' by Ople Read.
"Mrs. Annie Green," " "
"In Uuncombe Country," by Maria Louise Pool.
"The Awakening ol Noahvllle," by franklin H North,
" 1 lie unseen nana," ry Lawrence l. Lvncn.
"A Woun4eJ Name." by (.apfVhas. Kl
Cine, U. S. A.
"The Harlequin Opal,
"Whli," by Amelia Wee! Ilolbrook.
"Eat Not Thy Heart," by Jullen Gordon,
"How 1 Escaped," by Gunter.
"The Damnation of TtieronWare," by Harold Trcderlc
"A Woman Worth Wlnnlnp," by Geo.Manvllle Fenn
"The Grasshoppers," by Mrs. Andrew Dean,
"The Mighty Atom' by Corelll.
"Lady KMpatrlck," by Robert Buchanan,
"Checkars," by lltnrj si, Dlossom, Jr.
"The Adventures ol a Naval Otlicer," by Lieutenant
.Ami a number ot other now
Books, now Stationery, Ac.
316 Fort Street.
N. S. SACHS
DRY GOODS CO
No Time Like
NOT FAIL TO LOOK AT THE
Reduced from $1.2 5 to
LL -- WOOL
Reduced from 7c to
Reduced from 6Jc to
They are Worth
r 'J II IV
Wo hnvo just receivod, on tho Wilder, a- Inrgo con
Bignmont of CONING BODY PHiETONS, RUNABOUTS
and other vehicles.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
W. -W- WRIGHT, Prop'r.
Scaled Tenders will bo rccolvotl by tho
Minister or Ir'iiianeo until 11! o'clock noon
on Thursday, Docoinbor 1, 1C08, (or tho
purchaso of Hawaiian Government 6
por cont Itoiuls to tho ainoiuit of KIo
Hundred Thousand Dollars (?")00,000.00)
of tho denomination of Ono Thousand
Dollais ($1,000.00) each, undor tho pro
visions of Act 71, approved tho 3rd day
of Juno, 1800, ontltlod, "An Act to I'io
vldo for Tubllo lioans."
Tenders to bo undor tho following
I 8100,000 In wholo or In p.irt; to bo
culled for between January 1 and Octo
bor 1,1809, on thirty days notice from
2 S75.000 in lots not to oxeoed fiOOO,
to uny ono party; paynionti to bo made
on January 15, lS'JO,
II 25,000 for slnglo Bonds, oach ap
plicant to bo ontltlod to only ono Jlond:
paymonts to bo mado on Jauuary 15,
Unsold lots under Sections 2 nnd 3 will
aftor Docoinbor 1, lB'Jd, bo at tho dlsjws
nl of anplicants at tho Treasury.
Tho abovo montlonod Bonds aio nut
rodoomablo bofoio July 1, 1001 or lator
than January 1, 1010. Intorost ami prin
cipal In United btatos Gold Coin, and
frco of all taxos.
Tho minimum of toudora to bo at par.
Tho abovo Bonds lire furthor authoriz
ed undor Act 03 of tho Sosslon Lavs of
1898, appnnod July 7, 1898, ontltlod,
'An Act making spoulal Appropriation
for tho uto of tho Govornmont during the
two yoars which will end with tho 31st
lay of Docombor, 1609."
Tho Mlnlstor of Finance reserves tho
right to reject any and all Tondors.
ISuD. S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Financo.
Flnanco Dopartmont, Nov. 7, 1808.
1001-H7, 11, 21.
the Present !
7?c per yard.
JOc per yard.
3 ?c per yard.
FOnT STnUET.TAUOVE HOTEI
TIiJb tract having been plnt
tod is now rendy for enlok
nnd wo offer tbo public an
opportunity of proouring
delightful residence sites nt
Situated m tho district of
Honolulu, about three miles
from tho contor of tho oity,
loading to it, and ou tho lino
of tho nOW Electrio filrnnr.
Rnilway; at an olevntion
overlooking Kapiolani Park,
tho oconn, tho city,nnd Pearl
Lochs, it is, without excep
tion, tho healthiest and most
picturesqno of our city su
burbs. Snme is laid out with
streets onch CO foot wide,
each lot coutaininc 15.000
Bquaro feet, 100 x ICO and
75 x 200, which wo ofTor at
100 each, -on pnymonts of
S100 cash nnd balanco in
monthlyinstallmonts of 625.
Those desiring to visit tho
property will bo personally
attended and conveyed to
nnd fromsnmo by making
ongngomonts nt our ofllco,
whoro furthor information
will bo furnished, and wlioro
a map of tho trnot can bo
210 KING- ST.
FV A F
During my temporary absence from
Honolulu, Mr. K. I. Spalding will act
undor full power of attorney for tho
Bank of Claus Spreckles & Co.
w. a. inwiN.
Honolulu, Nov, 0, 1808. 100I-2W
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