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IE' BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
BS W. R FANKINCTON Editor
kK.'- DANIEL LCKjAN City EJItor
IP WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23, 1808.
Uubson Bays tho Mum Torpsn
cannot bo saved. Thnt settles it. If
Uobsou gives her up, tho people
will not riuso nny question.
, Ab the newsboys of tho city Bell
nil tbo evening pnpors, the Bullk
TJX extends tlinuks tintl oongrntu
latious to tbo mnnngers of the Stnr
for the dinner civon tomorrow.
Clinuncey. Depow is said to be
out for tho Senatorial plum of New
York. This is old. Whenever
there's is nn opouing Dopow is nl
ways willing No question is evor
raised ns to Dopew's ability, ex
cept his inability to laud the poli
'ticnl prizf of his life.
" It is film oh t unenfo to congratu
late tho New l'ork boys ou tho
news recoived this morning bo-
f cause sotno may say Honolulu iB
anxious to get rid of the regiment
However, the boys havo been
longing for homo sinco they Grst
nrrived nndare to bo congratulated
on tlio realization of their hopes.
Now wo beliovo all Bides are wil
ling to join iu the jollification, and
tho boys ought to bo given n Bond
off that will nuiko them wish they
had not gone. Tho boys havo been
Honolulu's guests and notwith
standing the misunderstandings
that btivo arisen, tho Honolulu
neonlo ought to imnrovo tho lust
opportunity to show that there is
no ill will.
Whilo various reports of a more
or less alarming naturo havo
emanated from Peace Commis
sion affairs in Paris sinco ndvices
by a previous eteamer, tho latest
dispatches, .indicate that
thero is no particular dangor of a
renewal of hostilities. Spain is
playing its gnoio of delay as of
old, but its chbo is hopeless ac
usual. European powers will not
interfere for tho Spanish. This
being tho case thero is nothing for
Spain to do but eventually "cavr
in." Talk of a reuowal of bus
tilities is nonsensical. Spain ha
nothing loft to fight with, and the
only hostility threntoned is a pos
sible ultimatum from Presiduit
McKinley followed by a naval de
monstration. Tho l)ons will bo
forced to corao to timo and tho
Philippines will bo Atnorionn
Nrw Siitfur Currlrra.
A four-masted barkontino and
two four-masted Bchooners are
being built at Eureka and Ala
meda for trado between these Isl
ands and Coast ports. One of the
schoouers is being built at Eureka
by U. D. Bondixsen and the other
nt Alnmeda by Hay E. Wright.
Tho barkontino will bo built at
Tho Bchooners nro to bo sister
ships to tho Muriel nud llouoipn,
now on a raco from S in Francisco
to Pugot Sound, Austrnlia, Hawnii
and home. Thny will bo 101 feet
long, 37 foot broad and 13.8 feet
deep and will bo uamod tho Rob
ert II. Hind and Jnraos Rolpb,
nftor tho principal raombors of tho
firm of Hiud, Ilolph & Co. who
own tho fleet.
Tho barkentine will bo 191.0
feet long, 39.10 feet broad and 10.8
feet deop. Her namo hns not yut
When completed, nil threo ves
sels will load for this port.
llutvulliui lllatorical Society.
Tho annunl meeting of tho Ha
waiian Historical Society will bo
held ou Monday evening. Prof.
Alexander will read papers writ
ton by Stephen H. Phijlip and
Uovornor John O. Dominis, upon
tho doathbed sayings of Kamoha
mohn V. as noted by thorn. It ia
only lately that Charles It. Bishop
Iipb consented to tho production of
theso documents in public Dr.
Emerson may also read a papor.
T. V. Twinning and Sydney H.
Moro loavo on tho Miowern this
nftornoon Mr. l'winning expeclB
ti roturn with a thoatrical com
pany in about six months.
Mine. Patti is to marry a Swed
BuBsia has ordered 03 torpedo
Another Carlist uprising is
threatened iu Spain.
Archbishop Grosj of Orogou
died in llaltimore, Nov. 1-1.
Tho battleships Iowa and
Oregon havo arrived at Bio.
An uucoufirmod report comes
from Paris that Dreyfus is dead.
Tho Yale-Princeton football re
sulted in the defeat of Yule 0 to 0.
Senator ' Hnuua says n now
revenue raeasuro is ou tho tapis.
Defeated Congressman Jorry
Simpson says ho will seek oflico
Tho Santa Fe road has been
granted a harbor tormiual iu San
Assistant Quartermaster Goner-
al GiIHbs died at Governors Isl
and, Nov. 13.
Bartolomo Maso, President of
tho Cuban republic has resigned
with his cabinet.
Gorman papors announce that
tho army has boon increased by
about 15,000 mou.
Tho annual convention of tho
Knights of Labor opened in Chi
cago Novomber 15.
Mrs L. M.N. Stevens of Port
laud, Mo , lias boon elected presi
dent of tho W. C. T. U.
Prince Goorgo of Greece has
started for Croto to assumo his
duties as high commissioner.
Kniaor Wilholm's yacht with
the imperial party on board has
arrived nt tho island of Malta.
Col. W. J. Bryan says tho re
cent elections do not provo the
silver issuo dead; only sleeping.
Reports to Washington show
that tho United States leads all
nations iu exports and imports at
It is reported in San Francisco
that tho liner Bolgio will not be
sent to England. Sbo will ro-
mam in ruciuc trade.
Rumor iu San Francisco Bays
that the Philadelphia will go to
Samoa, and tho Camancho and
Iroquois to Honolulu.
Tho Court of CassBition iu
Paris has decided to notify Drey
fus that the revision proceedings
Imvo commenced and that ho
prepare his dofonso.
Tho soldiers' vote may chango
tho situation in tho Ninotoonth
Congressional district of Now
York. Tho Domocratio Congress
man has now a plurality of sovon.
Tho Maria Teresa is on tho
reef at CM Island. Capt. McCal
la says it iB useless to try to save
vessel. Craven, Blow, Hobson
and Crittoudon confirm this
Old Fubtiloneil Mliico Plen.
Tho Now Englnnd Bakory fe
Candy Co. is making up a big lot
of old fashioned miuco pics with
lots of Hennessy's best brandy
for those who liko them in this
stylo. It also makes up a fow for
tlioHO who prefer them plain. Its
pies are mado by expononccd
white bakors, tho very best of
material being only used. They
nro clean and wholesorao tho samo
ns your mother used to mnke.
Tolephono 7-1 will tuko your ordor
at once nnd provent disappoint
ment. Tho bakery is nlso making
the finest breud in tho city and
will tell you nil about it in a fow
days too busy now: can't sparo
tho timej -
HKKT NlKJAll IN KUHOl'i:.
The Crop I'ulU Fur llelotv That or I,at
Washington, November 10.
Consul Britton nt Nantos has mado
n roport to the State Dopurtmont
in regard to tho boot sugar cultiv
ation of Europe, from which it ap
pears that tho total estimato of tbo
crop for tho present Benson will
fall 375,000 tous short of tho pro
duction of raw sugar for last sea
son. Holland is tho only country
in which an inoronBo is shown.
No European Interference,
London, Novembor 4. Tho
Times, in its oditorial this morn
ing on the Hispano-Amerioan
situation, ropeats its conviction
that "no powor will attompt to
hinder tho transfer of tho Philip
pines," adding that their loss can
not bo groat to Spain, who had
practically lost tho ontiro archi
pelago boforo tho Unitod States
Bradley & Hubbard
The Latest Styles of
Shades and Globes.
New Goods opening every
day, and more to arrive.
$ Ginger lakes
I "Ginger Snap"
which feeds our business
and upon which it thrives.
We talk so much about the
Stein-Bloch clothes because
as practical clothiers we've
investigated their merits and
cannot find adjectives strong
enough to be used in their
praise. Why, there is no
difference between these
clothes and those, turned out
by the best tailor in this
city, except that the price
is just one-half.
Merchant and Fort Streets.
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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 7S. 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.
The People's Store,
Von nolt Illock, King fctreet.
MADAME LTC VANWAY, of S. F.
MRS. I). E. CHAMJ1EUS, of N. Y.
73 Beretania street,
f fill DO
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Queen of England
BOOK BULLETIN :
Tour Month Alter Date.1
M.ilrnm Klik." bv Charl,
by Randall I.Tyler.
1 ty Charles M Sheldon.
'On the Drlcht Shore," by Slenklewlei
lhat ItiirJ woman,
"Up Terrapin River.'' by Ople Read,
'Mn. Annie Green," ' '
"In Buncombe Country," by Maria Louise Pool.
"The Awakening; of Noahvllle," by Franklin II. North.
"The Unseen Hand," by Lawrence L, Lynch,
"A Wounded Name," by Capt Chas. (Cine, t). S. A.
"For the Defense," by Fereus Hume.
"The Harlequin Opal,
"Whli." by Amelia Weed llolbrook.
"Eat Not Thv Heart." by Jullen Cordon,
"How I Escaped," by Gunter.
"The Damnation of TheronWare," by Harold Frederic
"A Woman Worth Winning," by Geo.Manville Fenn
"The Grasihorperf ." by Mn. Andrew Dean. '
"The Mljthty Atom,1' by Corelll.
"Lady Kllpatrlck," by Robert Buchanan.
"Checkers," by Henrj J. Blossom, Jr.
"The Adventures of a Naval Officer," by Lieutenant
And a number of otlwr now
Books, now Statlonory, Ac.
316 Fort Street.
N. S. SACHS
DRY GOODS CO
No Time Like
NOT FAIL TO LOOK AT THE
Reduced from $1.25 to
Reduced from 7?c to
Reduced from 6?c to
They are forth
wo nave juBt received, on tno wiiuer, a largo con
signment of CONING BODY PHKTONS, RUNABOUTS
nnd other vehicles.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
-W. TV. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, nro hereby notl
lied that the hours lor Irrigation pur
poses nro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. and
from 4 to 0 o'clock p. m.
II. Holders of water privileges on
tho slopes of Punchbowl above Green
street, unit in Nuuanu Valley above
School street nro heroby notified that
thoy wil not bo restricted to tho Irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 n. in. and 4 to
U p. in., but will be allowed to Irrigate
wlionovorsuniclent water isnvnllnble,
provided Unit they do not use tho
water for Irrigation purposes for more
llian four Hours in ovory iweniy-iour.
Sunt. Honolulu "Water Works.
"Approved- J. A. KING,
Honolulu, II. I., Sept. 7, 1&9S
Your work solicited, nnd tho finest
class of Horvieo AT REASONABLE
1 I Ml'
AH Flannels and Silks washed
hand. Ordinary Mending, and
tons Bowed on.
IfflTelcphono 683, nnd leave your
Tho Annual Meeting of tho Hawaiian
RIlIo Association will bo hold at tbo Ila-
wallan Hotel. Nov. 23rd. at 7:30 n. m.
for tbo oloctlon of Directors and Olllcors.
Members and othors liuoroste;! aio re
quested to bo prosont.
lly ordor. W. E. WALL,
J. a. ROTIIWELL, Fresidont.
ODlywIiite Labor Mpycil
the Present !
7Sc per yard.
J0c per yard.
$c per yard.
fout sthi:et,Yauovk noTi:n.
Announces tho opening of her
INTERPRETATION . . .
Anil tho Higher Branches of Vocal Art
Appointments niatlo by mail, box
3C8, or by telephone, 140 . 1010
SUSANNE R. PATCH,
Teacher of Yoicel Piano
Recommondori by Francis Btuitrt of
Kan Francisco, cortlik-ntod pupil of tho
Residence and Studio, ut Mrs. Dudol t'a,
cornor of Fort and CliapliUu stroots.
Tolophouo -158. 1020-lm
PROF. FRANK W. JACOBS
Cultivation of the Voice
Studio: Alakoa House.
W. A. Barnes
ISLduitaii and IJaqdoIin
Studio Y. M. O. A. Building, Room 2
Branoh Studio Alakoa Houso,
My Honolulu Bollo is a compa
nion pioco to My Honolulu Lady.
It id by tbo earns author and for
ealo by tho BorgBtrom Music Co.
Step in nnd try it on ono of tho