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1 I. 4 THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 25, 18'J8. ,-M
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Pjbllihed Every Diy except Sunday. t io King
street, Honolulu, II I , by the
Bulletin publishing company.
W. R FARRrNOTON
fill DAY, NOV. 25, 1898.
Emperor William will visit
Spain incognito, but that will not
prevent him from talking bnei
no38 if ho has anything import
nut ou hand.
In Qon. Joo Wheeler's Con
gressional district nut one vote
wns cast against him. This U a
good example of how tho South
endorses tho war policy.
Now Sp'iin wants to arbitrate
tho Philippine matter. If the
elections had turned tho other
way this might bo considered, but
it doesn't stand a ghost of a show
Sennt r Morgan still stands by
in his lulux-aey of tho Nicaragua
canal. 11 is to all intents aud
purposes tho right bower of Re
publican principles in tho Demo
"Now" Honolulu is indeed got
ting up to dnto when a dibcussiou
arises whether or not tho material
body of Christ rests on this earth.
If this thing keeps up the people
of Now England will have to send
out a new edition of missionaries
in 1920 to reclaim Hawaii again;
this time from the infidels. Mean
while the Advertiser will orgauize
a crusado to forco the Turk out of
Palestine aud proeut churches
from putting advertisements in
the papers at $1 50 a mouth.
Honolulu curved its first Ame
rican turkey in a very appropri
ate and satisfactory mannor. The
most uot.iblo event of tho day was
tho big dinner given tho soldiers
by tho good ladies of tho city.
Although it was a day of hard
work for tho Indies, tho work was
a pleasure and particularly in the
hospitals were tho kind attentions
appreciated. Every mau wns
looked after and if each ono did
notjlmvo enough to eat and a genoral
gool time it was not tho fault of
In going ovor tho election re
turns it is clour that the Republic
an Congressional losses would hive
boon disastrous had it not been for
tho return of tho Western States to
tho Republican list. While tho sil
ver sentiment of tho West is dying
out to a certain extent, tho colonial
policy of expansion probably cut
ob much of a figure in saving tho
We3t to the Republicans os any
thing. In the East, tho adminis
tration war policy was handsomely
supported. Nearly evory candidate
who a as a veteran of tho war was
clejt-'i whether Ropublio or Do
moci'.'. It i-iupparout, howover, that the
Eus'b-h peoplo think that tho Unit
ed Hti'-'b has gono far enough in
tho c ..(Musion policy when it has
taken . lawaii, Porto Rico and tho
coutrtu i to pacify Cuba. Tho East
is nd A of tho Philippines nnd
hesitn' s before giving hearty en
dorse eot of holding thoso islands.
Even Jiosevelt's native arguraeut
for lh' mention of tho Philippines
did bo' .iolp him out any. Tho peo
ple along tho Atlantic Const stand
in a q '(tioning attitude. Thoy
"doa'" kuow nbout it" nud'nro sat
isfied f ?t tho endorsement stop
at tho 'v?r policy.
Ou O.'Q other hand tho people
from t' . Mississippi to tho Paoifio
are red hot for tho retention of the
Philippines. Thoy seo in tho open
ing up of the Orient a business
outlet whiro thoy will havo tho ad
Yftuffipcj and profits now hold in
tho APantio by tho oldor States on
that pidu of tho continent. What is
Siuco for tho East is suuco for tho
"V fat. Tho Uuited States haB ex-
panded on tho Ea9toru seaboard,
why should it not do tho same on
tho Western ? In California nnd
Washington tho singlo tax thoory
of tho fnsionists helped tho Ro
publicans, but it is noticeablo that
thoso sections bosides carrying tho
Sttito ticket, also elected Republic
nn Congressmen. They did not di
vide tho Congressional delegation
as was dono in Now York and
Taking tho nation as a wholo
there wns a solid endorsement of
tho Philippine Inland policy of
Nunc O'NVIl na lUlznlirfti.
Nauco O'Neil mado a decided
hit last night in the rolo of Eliza
both, Queen of England, in Gin
commctis fivo-nct piny of thnt
nnmo. The Opera IIouso was well
filled, hardly a vacant seat either
above or below boing visible Tho
lowor boxes were both occupied,
tho loft bond ono by Princess Ka-
nilani nutl party and tho othor by
Mis. E. K. Wilder nnd party.
There wore some points regard
ing tho play and its singing so
uoticeablo that they must have
been natont to mostly ovoryouo
present. Tho splendid acting of
Nauco O'Neil aud tho suitability !
of her appearance and volco to the
in.l i.f 1i'litiUntli na trnll na Ilin
clover work of Herbert Carr asi'.!5
Robert, Earl of Essex, holpod to
do away with tho impression left
by Bomo vory poor work in tho
minor parts. "Pino acting but
poor support," could be heard on
Miss Gertrudo Foster as Lady
Sarah Howard, Mrs. Horace Mc
Vickor as Lady Anna Burleigh,
Miss Ricca Allen as Margarita
Lambrun, H. A. Weaver as Cecil,
Lord Burleigh, Thos. Tuther as
Marquis di Mendoza aud Geo. S.
Trirabls as King James, were all
good in thoir parts, although thoso
were but short.
Tho stage appointments wore
rathor inadequate for tho naturo
of tho play. Tho costumes of tho
players helped vory much to moko
up for stage doficionccs.
Ono more word for Nanco
O'Neil and Horbort Carr. Thoir
powerful acting mado it necessary
for them to appear many times iu
answer to tho npplnuso of the au
diouce. Tho last and most power
ful scene between tho two was tho
dofinnco of tho Earl of Essex be
fore boing sent to tho Towor.
Mr. Dmn'i Party.
Mrs. nnd Mr. Frank Damon en
tortnined n largo pnrty of frionds
nt diuner yesterday. A novelty
introduced was the appoarnnco of
some of tho guests in costumo.
Tho hostess nppcarod as an old
timo Puritan Mothor, Miss Law
renco Prisoilla, Miss Ethel
Damon represented Columbia,
Mies Edith Bond, tho press; hor
dress being decorated with the
titlo heads of tbo local and for
eign papors; Miss Julio Damon, n
Puritan Maiden; Miss Violet
Damon, Pocahontas; Miss Vera
Damon, "Topseyj" Master Doug
las Damon, "Littlo Boy Blue,"
and Master Cyrio Dnmon, "Uuclo
Bam," Amonc tho othors pres
ent wore Miss May Damon, Miss
Lawronco, Mr and Mrs R D Sili
ti) an, Messrs S M Dnmon, F B
Dnmon, Smith, Hobson, AVaite,
Bristol, Fairchild and Mrs
Kt. I.oiila IIIkIi ScIiodI.
Tho Ht. Louis Collogo and
Hiih School football toams play
ed a very interesting gamo on the
Makiki baseball grounds boforo
tho regular garao yesterday. The
result was 10-G in favor of St.
Louis. This team demonstrated
its superiority ovor the High
bonool boys. Hjh Uuang uul tho
major part 01 tue work tor tho
lattor. Tho game was bettor than
tho ono between tho Oahu Collogo
and Town teams.
"I, Trinpa" Dliffriintlml.
Paris Nov. 10. "Le Temps"
this morning, in an attack upon
Great Britain and tho United
Statort, doolnres that neither can
stand alono in tho Far East and
thnt "protectionist America will
bo composed to accept tho 'open
door' policy iu the Philippines,
for tbo sake of British help in
Illanco'a Keen Horrow
Madrid, Nov. 1G. Captain-General
Blanco, in a lottor to Sonor
Linado, says: " Tho keenest Bor
row of my lite is surrendering Cu
bn, with an army of 150,000 mon and
200 guns, to an enoray who claims
to havo conquored Cuba whilo we
are possessed of such resources."
Bradley & Hubbard
THE BEST OF ALL
The Latest Styles of
Shades and Globes.
New Goods opening every
day, and more to arrive.
Pacific Ilarkro Co, lid.
A pi ,. ,J
Ml AT) QTm
; Kill I U11U
v flinrinn Ma nc
1 "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.
Haye 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 $7$. We cater to all,
and our prices are right.
We have en route large ship
ments 01 mercliandise 111 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 Holt lilock, King etreet.
MADAME LK VANWAY, of S. F.
MIUS. D. 15. OHAMI1KILS, ofN. Y.
73 Beretania street,
Honolulu, h. I.
V ALL - VV
Tlio Orontcst of all Amorlcau Comody
Nnmo O'Koll ns Billy Plpor
McKeo ltnnklu as Sandy McGoo
L. It. Stocks ell an Tho Judgo
Frank Curtis aw Tho Tarsou
BOOK BULLETIN :
Four Alonthi Alter nte," by Randall I, Tyler.
'Malcom Kirk," by Charles M. Sheldon.
On the Dricht Shore," by Slenklewlei.
'That Third Woman," "
'Up Terrapin River,1' by Ople Read,
'Mr. Annie Green." " "
"In Buncombe Country," by Maria Louise Pool
" i ne Awakening; 01 noanvine, Dy i ranxun u nana.
"The Unseen Hand," by Lawrence L. Lynch,
"A Wounded Name," by Capt. Cbas, King, U. S. A.
"Tor the Defense," by Fergus Hume.
"The Harlequin Opal, "
"Whl," by Amelia Weed Holbrook.
"Eat Not Thy Heart," by Jullen Gordon,
"Hnur I Psran.td ' hv f,unlr.
"The Damnation of TheronWare," by Har6ld Frederic
"A Woman Worth Winning." by Geo.Manville Fenn
1 nt urassqocpets, " cy mrs. Anarew uean.
"The Mlehty Atom,"1y Corelll.
"Lady Kllpatrlck." by Robert Buchanan.
"Checkers," by llenr M, Dlossom, Jr.
"The Adventures of Saval Officer," by Lieutenant
.And a number of othor now
Books, now Stationery, A-c,
316 Fort Street,
N. S. SACHS
DRY GOODS CO
No Time Like
DO NOT FAIL TO
Reduced from $1.2 5
Jl!l - Wool
Reduced from 7?c to
v i '
Reduced from 65c
They are Worth
jj "Wo have just received,
m Birrnmnnl nf CONINO HOBY
uud other vohiclos.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
"W. "VV. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
j 1034 V FOUT STHKISTAUOVK IIOTr.L.
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Publio Lands Notice.
Doeombor :10, nt 12 o'clock noon, at
front ontranco of Jmllcliiry BulUlluu;,
111 bo sold nt Ptibllo Auction s
Leaso of the bottom luntl of Wulinanu
Vnlluy, Ilninnktin. IIiiuull, containing
200 ncros moro orloirf. This lantl 1ho11
wntorod ami nffottls opportunity for rleo
Term of loase 21 yoar
Upsot prlco $100 por year, tenant to
pay S.I por ncro nihil tlonnl for any
nniouiit cultivated in ricoubovo 50 acres.
For ftirthor partlculan, plaiiH, Ac,
npply nt l'ubllo Ijih1s Olllco, Honolulu.
Nov. 22, lfa03.
J. F. DROWN,
107 l-3t Agont of l'ubllo Lands.
Holders of water prlvIU't;e.s, or those
pnyinir water rutew, are lieruby notl
lied that the hour for Irrigation pur
poses a ro from G to 8 o'clock u. in. and
from 4 to 6 o'clock p. in.
II. Holders ot witer privileges on
tho slopes of Punchbowl above Uiccu
utrnnf ft Till 111 TCllllniill Vnl lnv nlinvn
School street are hereby notlAed that
they will not bo restricted (o the Irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 u. m. uud 4 to
p. in., but will bo allowed to Irrigate
wheneverBiiillclent water isavulluble,
provided that they do not uno"tho
water for irrigation purposes for more
than four Hours iu ovory iweniy-iour,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved- J. A. KINO,
Mlnlstor of Interior.
Honolulu, H. 1., Sept. 7, 18(8
Carpentering, Cabin JUalung,
-: 722 Fort street.
47-AII kinds of JobblnE faithfully and promptly
Store Counters and Fixtures,
Made lo order artistically.
SMITH, I'PWELL CO,,
' 724 For) Btrcot.
Twenty year experience. All work yoaranlted.
the Present !
LOOK AT THE
to 7c per yard.
joe per yard.
Bm A I fTQ
rjii a lr fri
to 3 Jc per yard.
on tho Wilder, a larco con-
PHyV.TnS TITTWA TmiTTG
This trnct having bopr. plat
ted is now ready fur sale,
and wo offer tho public an
opportunity of procuring
delightful residence sites at
Situated in tho district of
Honolulu, nbout threo miles
from tho contor of tho city,
with flno macadamized roads
leading to it, and ou tho lino '
of tho now Electric Street
Railway; at an elevation
overlooking Kapiolani Park,
tho ocean, tho city,and Pearl
Lochs, it is, without oxcop
tipn, tho healthiest and most J
picturesque of our city su-
Snmo is laid out with
streets oach CO foet wide,
oaoh lot containing 15,000
squaro feet, 100 x 1C0 and
7G x 200, which we offor at
x S-100 oaoh, on payments of
Slfin nnoli nnl )in1 :.
, monthly installments of $25.
Thoso desiring to visit tho
property will bo personally
, uttendod and conveyed to
and from samo by making
ongogoraonts at,our ollico,
whore further information
will be furnished, nnd whoro
a map of tho x tract cau bo
BIO KING- ST.
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Merchant St?eot, Honolulu, H. I,
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