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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 2G, 1898.
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PabllsheJ Every Day. except Sunday, at aio Kin
street, Honolulu, II I , by the
if Bulletin puiilishing Company.
W. R FARRINGTON
. . EJItor
SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 18!)8.
Lucieu Young now poses as n
Spanish cruiser ruisor. Lucieu
novor fears to tackle any proposi
tion yet brought to notice.
Yale college without Timothy
Dwight will hardly bo the same
plnce. It is rather interesting to
note howovor that ho places 70
years as the limit of tho ago of
"Who wouldn't bo an ex-Presi
dent when bo gets a 8100,000 re
tainer feo to assist in settling in
Harrison didn't make niouoy while
in oflico, but ho hasn't lost any
Spain will evacuate Cuba and
withdraw fidm tho Philippines
under protest. "Protest" is good.
It may holp out Spain in her own
politics but it will not prevent the
United States from taking charge
Spain hasn't much to relin
quish' in tho Philippines. The
latefat reportH show that it holdB
one garrison. In tho bottom of
their hearts the Spanish officials
are doubtless happy to bo well rid
of the load.
From tho touo of his remarks,
thore is no indication that Joshua
K. Brown of Ohio will allow any
monkeying with United States
laws. Aloha Mr. Brown. Now
tho flag is up tho territory should
bo American in fact, not fiction.
In nono of his speeches docs
Secretary Chamberlain forgot that
tho iiritisb aud Americans are
now fast friends. Let it stop at
friendship. If we go to making old
fashioned alliances, ho first thing
we kpow thore will bo a family
row that will be more bitter aud
harder to forget than the first
In politics nothing succeeds
like success and when tho mani
pulator scores a loss l'o loses all
Tho Pomocrnts of Now York are
now turning too with a will to
down Boss Orokor and break up
his littlo combination, simply bc
causo ho couldn't carry tho state
against Teddy Roosevelt. Then
too Croker is likoly to bo a sen
ous stumbliug block to tho silver
forces in tho 1!)00 campaign.
Tho Argonaut rips Sonator Per
kins up tho back because he says
that while ho is now opposed to
tho annexation of tho Philippines
ho may voto in tho other side. It
doesn't do for tho Argonaut to toll
too many stories about "flopping"
or condemn too Lira lily thoso
who are willing to chnngo their
miuds on public matters. Tho
Argonaut itself hasn iccord on
flopping, nnd unless appearances
arc deceitful, it waited until it saw
how tho people wero going boforo
Tho Advertiser throws its
usual unpatriotic cold water upon
the patriotic sormon of the Rov.
Kincaid. Godkin like, our con
temporary worrios overy tim any
ono cheers tho American flag or
tho American nation. Siuco our
nowspaper neighbors think the
United States is such a bad coun
try nnd has rando so many mis
takes, the honestly patriotic peo
plo wonder why such critics ro
tain alleginnco to such a horrible
nation. Tho United States shocks
thoir highor .moral political in
stincts so ofteu, that to have real
poaco of soul they should emi
grate to "somo othor nation"
w'lich in thoir eyes is nlways por-f-.ction
lloutltii; oil tlio U'.V
A delightful boating party was
given by Captain and Mrs. Taus
sig last evening. Thero woro in
nil, Borno thirty present. Tho
stoam launch was used to tow out
and in tho channel sovoral times,
a string of fivo of tho ship's
boats, comfortably filled, in the
stern, with tho guests of tho ovou
lng. Ench boat load had a num
ber of musical instruments for nc
compauimont and singing was
kopt up uucoosiugly during the
hour spent on tho water.
At about 0:30 o'clock, tho boats
hauled nlongeidn tho U. S. S.
Bennington and tho guests wont
abroad for supper. Tho return
ashore was made in tho ship's
boats, the. guests singing as thoso
hauled away from the: "Good
night Captain, etc."
Among thoso present woro tho
following: Mr nud Mrs W Porter
Boyd. Dr and Mrs H W Howard,
Mts Haywood, Mis 8 M Damon,
Mrs Gelm, Mrs J O Carter, Mrs
AV V Hall, Mrs V E Titus, Mrs
Hutchinson, the Missos Taylor,
Miss Dtuuou, Miss Cartor, Miss
Hall, Captain Taylor, Messrs
Uoardmnn, Arthur Mackintosh,
Albert Afong and others.
The jury had rest in tho Wni
luku damage suit beforo Judgo
Stanley this morning whilo a mo
tion for nonsuit was Doing argued.
Judgo Porry has dismissed tho
Maunalii divorce suit brought by
tho wife. Robertson & Wilder
for libcllant: Davies for liboleo.
"W. O. Aohi has confossod judg
ment in favor of Yira Quon for
$908.85 with costs. Humphreys,
Gear audTobin for plaintiff; Mr.
Achi in person.
Judgment has boon ontored in
favor of J. Hopp & Co. against S.
K. Kano for SG8 damages and
costs Judgo Perry denied a motion
to placo S. K. Kano vs. P. Haiola
on tho calondar.
Lucy Marokn Holt has filed n
libol for divorce against Jbb. R.
Holt for tho February torm.
Business was quitu brisk on
ohango this morning. Two sales
5 shares of Ewa woro made at
$240 and 10 Oahu paid up brought
$145. From the street tho ealo of
20 shares of Ookala at $100 was
roported. Tho closing quotations
of tho more active stocks woro
Ewa $ 45 nskod H. A. Co., $400
asked Hawaiian Sugar $152 J asked
Kahuku $112 bid nnd $115 askod
Oahu Assessable $70 bid nnd $71
askpd, fully paid up S140 bid
.sim asked. Uokala sua asked.
The Meat Plaster.
A piece of fliunol dampened
with Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and bound on tb tho affected parts
is superior to any plaster. AVhou
troubled with a pain in tho chest
or sido, or a larao back, givo it a
trial. You nre certain to bo moro
than pleased with tho prompt ro
lief which it affords. Pain Balm
is nlso n certain euro for rheuma
tism. For salo by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Gen. Agts.
DR WALTER HOFFMAN.
COKSKIl IinitlTTANIA AND PUNCH
Ollk'O Hourx: 8 to 10 n. in.; 1 to 3
p. in.; 7 to 8 p. in. Sundays: 8 to 10
ii. in. Talupliono 510. 1 O. llox B01.
Your work solicited, ami tho finest
class of Horvieo AT REASONABLE
All Fluiinels anil Silks washed by
lmnd. Orttlnnry Mending, aud llut-
tons Sowed On.
IffiTTolephono 683, and leave your
House Lot on Kalll tlteel, at KatiM.
loo x loo.
Houk anil Lot at Katlhl I 400 x 100.
House anj Lot on Young street; 7jxi;j.
Lot at KamollUIII, about 'A acre.
Lot on Prospect street, 75x113.
'Three Lots opposite
next 10 macaonaia s.
Four Lots Kapahulu Tract
M. K, KEOHOKALOLE and
15 Kaaiitjmanu St.
Bradley & Hubbard
THE BEST OF ALL
The Latest Styles of
Shades and Globes.
New Goods opening every
day, and more to arrive.
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.
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 $75- 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 Holt Tilook, King street.
MADAME LE VANWAY, of S. F.
MRS. D. K. OHAMUEltS, of N. Y.
73 Beretania street,
Honolulu, R. I.
I fill DO
Tho Groatost of nil Amorican Coiuody
Nonco O'Noll as Hilly 1'lpor
McKoo Itnukln as Sandy McGee
Xj. K. Stookwcll as Tlio Judge
Frank Curtlaas Tho Parson
BOOK BULLETIN :
'Four Months After Date." by UinJall I. Tyler.
'Malcom Kirk," by Charles'M Sheldon.
'On the Brlcht Shore," by Slenkkwlei,
That Third Woman,'1
"Up Terrapin River,
' by Ople Read.
"In Uuncombe Country," by Maria Louise Pool.
Mrs. Annie ureen,
"The Unseen Hand," by Lawrence L. Lynch.
the Awakening 01 noanviiie, DyiTanKiinu norm.
'A Wounded Name,'
I" a r.l.ni I I
I Capt. Chas, King, U. S, A,
by Fergus Hume.
ty i,apt. unas. &u
'The Harlequin Opal,"
Whli," by Amelia Weed Hoi brook.
"How I Escaoed." bv Gunter.
Eat Not Thy Heart," by J u lien ooraon,
"The Damnation of TheronWare,'
by Harold frederlc
A Woman Worth Winning," by Ceo. Manvllle Fenn
"The Mlchtv Atom." bv Cortlll
"Lady Kllpatrlck." by Robert Buchanan.
"Checkers," by llenrj M, Dlossom, Jr.
"The Adventures of a ISaval Officer," by Lieutenant
And a numbor of otbor new
Books, now Stationery, 1(0.
316 Fort Street,
N. S. SACHS
DRY GOODS CO
No Time Like
NOT FAIL TO
Reduced from $1.25
Reduced from 75c to
Reduced from 65c to
They are Worth
Wo Lavo just received, on tho Wilder, a largo con
signment of CONING BODY PHiETONS, RUNABOUTS
and other vehicles.
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
"W. "W. "WRIGHT, Prop'r.
Holders of water privileges, or thoso
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that tho hours for Irrigation pur
poses aro 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, nnd In Nuuanu Valley above
School street aro heroby notified that
thoy will not be restricted to the irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 a. m. and 4 to
U n. m., out will bo allowed to Irrigate
whenover sufficient wator is available,
provided that they do not use tho
wator for Irrigation purposes for moro
than four hours In ovory twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu "Water Works.
Approved- J. A. KING,
Minister of Interior
Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 7, 1898
-: 722 Fort street.
7AII kinds of Jobbing faithfully and promptly
Storo Conn tors and Fixtures,
Made to order artistically.
SMITH, POWELL & CO.,
724 Fort stroot.
Twenty years experience All work guaranteed.
Dissolution cf Co-partner
Tho co-partnership Iioretofore oxlstlng
botweon Frank Paclioco and Joe For
nandcz, under tho namo of the "Silent
Harbor Shop," Is horeby dissolved by
Mr. Joe Fornandoz has purchased all
tho lntorost ot Mr. Frank Paclioco In
said business, and will contlnuo said
the Present !
LOOK AT THE
to 75c per yard.
50c per yard.
J 5c per yard.
FORT STREET.SAHOVE IIOTKL
This tract Laving boen plat
tod is now ready for sale,
aud wo offor tho public an
opportunity of procuring
delightful residence Bites at
Situated in tho district of
Honolulu, about throe milea
from tho contor 6f tho city,
with fine macadamizod roads
loading to it, and on tho lino
of tho now Eloctrio Street
Railway ; at an olevation
overlooking Kapiolani Park,
tho ocean, tho city.nud Pearl
Loohs," it is, without oxcop
tipn, tho healthiest and most
picturesque of our city su
burbs. Same is laid out with
Btroets oaoh CO feet wide,
oach lot containing 15,000
squaro feet, 100 x 150 and
75 x 200, which wo offer at
$100 oachj'on payments of
$100 cash and balance in
monthlyiiiBtallmontH of $25.
Thoso dosiring to visit tho
proporty will bo personally
attended and conveyed to
nnd from same by making
engagements at our oflico,
whoro further information
will be furnished, and whoro
a map of tho tract can bo
210 KING ST.
Dj Av I IT0
Book and Job Printer
Morokant Stroot, Honolulu, H. Ie
Over Hawaiian NowBOompany'a
Book Store, my 1 3,
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