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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 22, 18U8.
Published Every Day, except SunJay, at eio Klne
street, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BqLLUTIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W.'R. HARRINGTON EJItor
DANIEL LCX.AN .. Clt EJItor
TUESDAY, NOV. 22, 1898
President McKinlev's Maiuo
friends in tho Concrfcasional dele
gation will doubtless highly np-
precinlo tho olhcinl organ's reninrks
on tho Mnino liquor law. It is
really amusing to noto tho nt
tempts to crawl out of n political
,Our morning frionds overlooked
oiio jokt in its olmnnac list. Snin
Small said: "What makes tho
wheels no 'round ?" "Grease" was
the answer from the nudionco. "I
will now pioeeed to pass the con
tribution box." Paste this in tho
book and mark it for use on tho
The incident at Bueua Vista hos
pital is of no particular momont
except to show that mistakes may
be made by officials outside tho ar
nly. Col. Burbor accepts tho cor
ruction in tho spirit it is mado. Wo
b'eliovo he has also gono so far as
to correct an official letter which
ended. "Wo trust this will happen
' Wow, wow, wow. Tho Bi'LLEm
is grateful to tho Advertiser for
ffeo advertising. Oar contempora
ry apparoutly believes in nows
papers "soaking" tho business com
munity and giving everybody olso
tho uso of its column free. Every
American knows that church di
rectories in American papers are
placed on a par with other advor
tidiuc. Business is business, dear
friend, and if you want to look up
Christianity in business affairs,
trot out a few more incidents and
we'll compare notes before tho
IN Till: JI1MTAIIY CAMPS.
This is a time whon many com
plaints aro hoard on tho condi
tions in tho army hospitals, hut it
is a nntablo fact that when
brought down to a cool considera
tion of the situation, thoao making
tho complaints admit that the
physicians aro doing, the beHt
they can with tho meus at their
Tho facts of tho matter are that
tho boys aro discouraged, that
thnro is a generally depressed
spirit pervading tho ranks which
all tho medicines druggists can
concoct cannot eradicato. Un.
fortunately somo of tho mon havo
feigued Bickuess in order to got a
furlough and discharge and as a
result somo of thoso ill havo suf
fored. Bliysicians and stewards
havo mado preparations to care
for tho sick, taking into consider
ation tho demands likely to bo
made, only to find that the de
mand is greater than tho supply
and some one has to wait. Frionds
fool injured that they cannot seo
sick ones, but if visiting woro al
lowed it would increaso tho labors
of an already overworked force,
and it is practically impossible
to draw tho lino other than to al
low no visitors.
Tho necessity of tho situation
seems to ho tho following of tho
ndvico of tho old darkio, "Look to
yer raarcieB chilo, look to yor mar
cies." Braco up boyn. Look on
tho bright sido of life and make
tho best of what comes. That's
tho spirit of tho truo soldier what
ever task ho may havo to perform.
Evon a volunteer's cake is not all
djugh. The boys in tho civil war
oa both sides suffered groator
hardship than this campaign has
produced and thoy pulled through
Dou't exaggornto tho idea that
Honolulu '. down on tho New
Yorkors. Look around and noto
tho many pleasant and thoughtful
things that havo boon dono. Dou't
always bo harping on tho desire
to po homo. It makes tho men
dissatisGed and keeps frionds and
relatives constantly worriod. Keep
a stiff uppor lip. Don't let the
blue dovils get tho host of a regi
ment that would novor givo way
boforo an armed foice. Tho hoys
woro mustered in to fight, and tho
unexpected foo is tho "bluo devils."
Accept tho opportunity, fight it
out and in the cud you'll win.
No one questions that many of
tho boys aro having a hard tirao
of it, but many a mothor will bo
saved sloepless nights and days of
worry of tho boys will faco tho
hardship with the sarao undying
courngo with which they would, if
called upon, protect their homos.
llUKNA VISTA INCIDENT.
Oclnrlru i:icnvntor .Mko Trouble fur
An incident at tho Buoua Vista
hospital has caused not a little
comment among tho army officers.
Local physicians visiting tho hos
pital decided that the cesspool
should be cleaned.
Tho odorless oxcavator was sont
up to tho placo and went to work.
After tho cesspool was emptied the j
refuse was dumpod in closo prox
imity to tho hospital.
Tho soruoant m charge suggest
ed that this was hardly propor,
but says that the man in chargo
of the excavator said tho rofuso
was dumped anywhere so long as
it wasn't found out. Tho physi
cian in chargo roported tho mat
ter to Minister Smith, who was
immediately up in arms and re
primanded tho superintendent of
tho excavator severely, going so far
as to recommend suspension. Tho
latter was required to take a lot of
disinfectants to tho place and do
all possiblo to repair tho mistake.
Will be. Ilnck Noon.
Professor Koobolo, whoso
splendid work on these Islands is
so well known as to neod no re
counting here, is oxpocted back
In a letter to Mr Hauahs of tho
Government nursery ho stated
that it was his intention to mako a
trip or so more in California for
tho purposo of discovering, if pos
sible, some eiibtny of tho cauo
borer now existing horo. Ho was
then at his home in Alamoda.
At tho timo of writing to Mr.
Haughs, Professor Koobolo had
not yet received his instructions
from this Governmont to return
as 300 u as possiblo, bo that ho
may bo expected by any steamer
now, even by tho Australia to
morrow. Mule mill Iloraes.
Ono of tho passongors in tho
W. G. Irwin from San Francisco
this morning was II. B. McLain, a
stock breeder from Laucastor,
Mo,, who was horo with horses
last April. With him ho broucht
twenty-six head of mules and four
head of horses which he, as agont
for W. P. Hall, will placo on tho
market here. Tho animals are all
in fino shapo, having had a quick,
fiuo passage and tho vory best of
care on the W. G. Irwin.
When Mr. MoLain was here
beforo ho sold a fino toam to J. S.
Walker and another to tho Club
Stablos. His departure at that
timo was hastened a bit on account
I of tho impending war between tho
Uuitecl btates and Spain.
To Koii anil Kuholu,
Princo Ciinicl Knlanianaolo and
wife loft in tho Mauna Loa this
forenoon for a trin to Kona whom
they will bo guests at tho homo of
tho uoon Uowogor Kapiolani in
bTnilr,,, Tl.nx. ....II .I.. ll
for about a month and will then
visit tho woods ranch in Kohala.
A complete hunting outfit was
Notwithstanding tho occasional
hoayy showors, thero was a largo
andionco at tho public band con
cert last ovoning. Miss Berliner,
David Moo and Charles Kroutor
won well desired opplauso for in
- Election of Officers.
At the Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of tho Pioneer Mill Company,
Limited, held this day, tho following
oillcerswero elected for tho ensuing
Paul Inenbcrg President
J. I Haokfold Vice-President
H. A. Inonberg Treasurer
Ed Suhr Secretary
W. Potenliauer Auditor
ED SUHR, Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov, 14, 1898.
Bradley & Hubbard
THIi BEST OF ALL
The Latest Styles of
Shades and Globes.
New Goods opening every
day, and more to arrive.
M Ginger Makes ill
$ me $
w "i Kfi 0 a w
which feeds our business (0
and upon which it thrives.
j We talk so much about the f
(t Stein-Bloch clothes because 'X
as practical clothiers we've ;
j investigated their merits and fj
(f cannot find adjectives strong "
m enough to l5e used in their j
(f praise. Why, there is no fl
" difference between these "
jli clothes and those turned out j
f by the best tailor in this l
"5 city, except that the price "
fl . ., W
y is just one-half. 'Ay
M. McIHERM ,
(f Modern Clothier, (f
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 $
cents to $7$. 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 fill the wants of the peo
ple to their entire satisfaction.
We invite public inspection
and public opinion.
W. W, Dimond & Co.,
The People's Store,
....Von Ilolt Block, King ntreet.
MADAME LK VANWAY, of S. F.
MRS. D. K. OHAMIJERS, of N. Y.
73 Beretania street,
Honolulu, H. 1.
McKeo EanMn Co.l
Roaring Farce Comedy,
Nnnco O'Noll iih Rosa Colombior
L. II. Stocku oil hh... Arthur Iluinmlngtop
'Tour Montha After Dale." by Randall 1, Tyler.
"Malcom Kirk." by Charles M. Sheldon.
"On the Orient Shore," by Slenklewlei.
"Up Terrapin River,1' by Ople Read.
"Mrs. Annie Green," " "
"In Duncombe Country." bv Maria Louise Pool.
"The Awakenlne o( Noahvllle," by Tranklln 11. North.
"The Unseen Hand," by Lawrence L. Lynch,
"A Wounded Name," by Capt. Chas. Kins, U. S, A.
"For the Defense," by Fergus Hume,
"The Harlequin Opal,
"Whir," by Amelia Weed Holbrook.
"Eat Not Thy Heart," by Jullen Cordon.
"How I Escaped," by Cunter.
"The Damnation of TheronWare," by Harold Frederic
"A Womap Worth Winning." by Ceo.Manvllle Fenn
"The Grasshoppers," by Mrs. Andrew Dean.
"The Mighty Atom," by Corelll.
"Lady Kilpatrlck," by Robert Buchanan.
"Checkers," by Henry VI, Dlossom, Jr.
"The Adventures of a haval Officer," by Lieutenant
.And a numbor of otbor now
Books, now Stationery, Ac.
316 Fort Street.
N. S. SACHS
DRY GOODS CO
No Time Like
DO NOT FAIL TO LOOK AT THE
jii - Wool CepoNJS
Reduced from $1.2 5 to
Reduced from 7!c to
Reduced from 6!c to
They are Worth
Wo havo just receivod, on tho Wilder, n larRo con
signmont of CONING BODY PHiETONS, IIUNABOUTS
and other vehicles.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
XV. "W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
1034 FOIIT STREET.VAIJOVE IIOTlL.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water ratea. aro hereby noti
fied that tho liourn for Irrigation pur
noses are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. and
from 4 to G o'clock p. m.
II. Holders of water privileges on
tho slopes of Punchbowl above Green
street, and In Nuuanu Valley above
School street are hereby notllled that
they will not bo restricted to tho Irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 a. in. and 4 to
6 p. in., out will bo allowed to irrigate
wlienoversulllclont water Ih available,
provided that they do not uso the
wator for irrigation purposes for more
than four hours In cvory twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved- J. A. KING,
Mlnlstor of Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 7, 1893
Your work solicited, and tho finest
class of sorvico AT REASONABLE
All Flannels and Silks washed by
hand. Ordinary Mondlng, and But
tons Sowed On.
JtSTTolephone 583, and leavo your
Only White Labor Employed
The Annual Mooting of tho Hawaiian
Illflo A&soclutfbn will bo bold at tho Ha
waiian ITotol, Nov. 23rd, at 7:30 p. in.,
for tho oloctlon of Directors and Olllcors.
Mombem and othors intorostod aro re
quested to bo prosout.
Uy order. W. E. WALL,
J. Q. KOTHWELL, Prosldont.
the Present !
7Jc per yard.
JOc per yard.
3?c per yard.
This tract having been pint
tod is now roady for sale,
and wo offor tho public an
opportunity of procuring
delightful residence sites nt
Situated in tho district of
Honolulu, about threo miles
from. tho contor of tho city,
with fine macadamized roads
loading to it, and on tho lino
of tho now Eloctrio Street
Eailway; at nn olevatiou
overlooking Kapiolani Park,
tho ocoan, tho city,oud Penrl
Lochs, it is, without oscop
tipn, tho healthiest nnd moat
picturesquo of our city su
burbs. Same is laid out with
Btreets oach CO feet wido,
each lot containing 15,000
squaro feet, 100 i 150 and
75 x 200, which wo offer at
$100 oach, on poymonts of
$100 cash and balance in
monthly installments of $25.
Thoso desiring to visit tho
proporty will bo personally
attended and conveyed to
and from snmo by making
ongngomonts at our offico,
whoro furthor information
will bo furnished, and whoro
a map of tho traot can bo
210 KING- ST.
Oj A rC
ts I It I It v
During my temporary absence from
Honolulu, Mr. E. I. Spalding will act
under full power of attorney for tho
Bank of Claus Spreckles & Co.
W. G. IRWIN.
Honolulu, Nov. 0, 1S08. 100I-2w
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