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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 28, 18U8.
Published Every Day, except Sunday, at no King
treet, Honolulu, II. I., by the
Bulletin publishing company.
W. R. FARRtNGTON Editor
DANIEL LOGAN , City Editor
This is tho list of tiokots in the
Colorado oloctoral Bold: Anti
Fusion Populist, Business Men's,
Dothocratio, Indopondonce Silvor,
Liberty Union, National People's,
Prohibition, Republican, Silvor
Republican, Taxpayor's, Toller
Silver Republican, Socialist
Labor, Western Republican and
Wheelmon's. Even Hawaii can
claim to bo political unity person
iGod whn comparod with Colo
Wo nro now oponlng a lino of
ii I Goods - -
MONDAY, NOV. 28, 1898,
Comprising Buggy, nhllng,
Jockoy, KngHgli Crojw,'
Dog Snako, Hawaiian, etc., otc.
In Whatobono, Malacca, English Holly,
Straight Holly, Ilawhldo.
', Major Sngue will Btnnd n good
show ns tho flrst mayor of Hilo,
HtS knows how to pour hot shot
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v. f i
iTho dofoatod candidato always
had tho satisfaction that tho other
follow will havo to wresllo with
When tho planters meet Ha
watt's mind turns to tho parody:
"What wo shall oat, what wo
drink and wherewithal we
It now appoars that
Croler wanted to bo
States Sen tor. Now York's res
cuo y 'ho Republicans was parti
If by a streak of good luck Haw
artl should defeat Yalo at football,
tho Eli cup of bitterness will be
full !to overflowing. Timothy
Dwigjht will be "called back" as a
Eaferhnzy has admitted having
boon bribed and accepting bribeB
right hnd loft, but ho still holds
Lis pmco in tho Legion of Honor.
Tho liroyfus nffair is brincing out
manyj interesting features of
French political life
Although tho Now York boys
havo had somo unploasant days
here, it is safo to predict that a
larger proportion of tho Now
York men will return to Hawaii
on business bent than from any
that has been in Hono-
This is tho vory sonsiblo com
mont Adjutant-Genoral Corbin
makes on the National Guard of
tho United States: "Whilo tho
yearly stato oncampmentB havo
beon produotivo of positivo good
in imparting practical instruction
to tho troops participating, tho
oxporienco of tho rccont campaign
demonstrates tho absoluto neces
sity of further assimilating tho
condition of oncamped troops to
tho actual necessities of active
service by making tho men,
whilo in camp, depoudent for
their subsistence on army ration
to bo furnished by tho stato and
cooked by tho troops in precisoly
tho same manner in actual ser
vico in tho field. An organization
ordered to a stato for military in
struction, relying on a caterer to
furnish tho nocessary food, can
novor acquire that sate reliance
which characterizes thoi! regular
soldier in active duty, for without
proviously recoived instruction in
preparing food, the natural re
sult, whon called into service, will
bo poorly cookod and wasted ra
tions, whioh, failing to strengthen
tho physical man, mako him lia
ble to stomachic troubles incident
to service in all kinds of woatbor
under distressing but unavoid
able conditions." Tho war has
shown that tho annual stato on
campmentB Buouhl bo mado some
thing moro serious than a week of
camp jollification and drills.
Call and got tho flrst choice
I Ginger lakes
i "Ginger Snap'
An oxchongo says Murat Hal
stead favors tho rotontion of tho
Philippines and "has mado a thor
ough study of tho questiou in ovory
phoso." Murat is oil right in his
conclusion, . but wo'll wnjt'r a
doughnut that ho hasn't told any
ono that ho stayed in tho Philip
pines only threo days.
Editor Stacker of tho Hawaii
Herald publishes a twelve page
edition giving interesting and
valuable faots and figures rolating
to Hilo and tho islaud of H-iwaii.
It is avo rv commendable edition
and Hilo will doubtodless reap no
small bouefit from this distribu
tion of data throughout tho States.
Miss Grace Graydon Dickoy was
married to Honry Watorhouso Jr.
at tho home of tho brido's parents
in Haiku, Maui, on tho night of
Novembor 23 nnd the newly mar
ried couple roturnod to Honolulu,
their futur.e borne, in tho Claudino
Havana bull fighters will peti
tion President McKinloy that Am
erican rule shall not stop their
business. Undo Sam will now bo
called upon to protect bull fights
in Cuba and tho couk fights of the
Philippines. It is not known
whothor " in Cobiuet discussions
this will como under the head of
"now business" or tho "good of
Hilo seoms to havo gotten up a
real old fashioned county fair
and done it handsomely too. Thero
is a spirit of wido nwako Amorio
anisra pervading many of Hilo's
activities that Honolulu can well
afford to emulate. If this city had
tho somo activity compared with
the monoy it represents, that Hilo
puts forth, it would bo Metro
politan in fact.
Hawaiian Indopendonoe day is
almost a misnomoi now. Ha
waii's independence has gono for
ever. Time cannot,, bowover,
efface from tho memory of the
nativo sons of this territory, the
days when their- country was free
from alliances with any power
and their national lifo was quiet
and ideal. Tho memories of In
dependence day will over be re
vered by tho Ilawaiians and their
frionds among tho hbornl Ameri
The Ijiit Car.
The last cars of tho King stroot
lino going to Wnikiki and Palama
pass the Anchor Saloon. Tho
clovorost mixologists in tho oity
aro thero alwayB to put you up
anything you may desire. Drop
in ana tako n drop beforo you tako
tho car. Tho eolebrated Soattlo
beor is to bo had ho re on draught.
A full lino of liquors inoluding tho
famous A. A. JesBO Moore Whisky
otc, always on hand. Tho most
exacting and varied demands can
be satishou. Tho Anchor Saloon
is here to ploaso its patrons.
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.
Your work solicited, and tho finest
class of Horvlco AT IIEASOXA1ILE
Only White Labo
All Flannels and Silks washed by
hand. Ordinary Monding, and Rut
tons Sowed On.
583, and leave your
fllouH Lot on Kalll itrttt, at Kallhl,
Ho& and Lot at Kallhl i ,kui im.
fivus ana kuivn lounr; iireei; 79x155.
Lot at Kamolllllll, about H acre.
Lot on Prospect street, 75x11.
Slie 50 x
Merchant and Fort Streets.
'(fea gVGiaS4 V
"Wo havo ju9t received an entirely now lot,
ranging from $1.25 to $10 per pair.
In -vliito and colors. Elegant Designs, lloas
onnulc Prices !
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods Co., Limited,
Have You Seen Our New Store?
The Quality aud Assortment of
PERIO K M A.JLSTOE
BY PARTICULAR REQUEST
Do You Like Our Three Show
You are looking for Holiday
Presents. You will find them
in our store. Articles from 1J
cents to $7$. We cater to alK
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-
pie to their entire satisfaction.
We invite public inspection
and public opinion.
W, W, Dimond & Co,,
The People's Store.
-Von Holt Block, King street,
Three Loll ODDOslte
I next to Alacaonaia .
rour it Mpiumu tract,
M, K, KEOHOKALOLE and
MADAME LE VANWAY, of S. F.
MRS. D. E. CHAMBERS, of N. Y.
73 Beretania street,
Cam e !
u o unvo jubi roceivon, on ino uimor, a largo con
signment of CONING BODY PHJETONS, RUNABOUTS
and other vehicles.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
"W. "W. VORIGMIT, Prop'r.
1034 V FORT STREET.YABOVE HOTEL.
Malcom Kirk," ty Charles M, Sheldon
On the urient snort- cy aienKiewiti,
"That Third Woman,
I. 11IIIW TVWillBlli
"Up Terrapin River." ty Ople Read,
"Mri. Annie oreen,
"In Buncombe Country," by Maria Louise Pool.
"The Awakening ol Noahvllle," by Franklin II. North.
"The Unseen Hand," by Lawrence L. Lynch.
"A Wounded Name," by Capt. Chas, King, U. S. A,
"For the Defense," by Fergus Hume.
"The Harlequin Opal.
"Whl," by Amelia Weed llolbrook.
"Eat Hot Thy Heart," by Jullen Gordon.
"How 1 EiciMd." bv Gunter.
"The Damnation otTheronWare." by Harold Frederic
"A Woman Worth Winning," by Geo. Manvllle Fenn
in urassnoppers." cy mrs. Anarew uean,
"The Mlehty Atom' by Corelll.
"Lady Kllpatrlck." by Robert Buchanan.
"rhrbrs." tw lfenr M. DIosKora. Jr.
"The Adventures ol a haval Officer," by Lieutenant
And a nuinher of other now
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rateB. aro hereby noti
fied that the hours for irrigation pur
poses are 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 abovo Green
street, and In Nuuanu Valley above
School street aro heroby no-tilled that
they will not bo restricted to tho Irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 a. m. and 4 to
6 P. in., nut will bo allowed to Irrigate
whenever sufficient wator Isavallable,
provided that they do not use the
water for irrigation purposes for more
than four hours In ovory twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved- J. A. KING,
Mlnistor of Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 7, 1898
Carpentering, Cabin Making,
-': 722 Fort street.
7A!I kinds of Jobbing faithfully and promptly
Store Counters and Fixtures,
Made to order artlstlcajly.
SMITH, POWELI; A CO.,
724 Fort street.
Twenty yean experience. All work guaranteed.
Books, now Stationery, Ao,
316 Fort Street,
Election of Oflloers
At tbo Annual Mooting of tho Stock
Irolders of Wllders StoamshlnlCompany,
Limited, hold at their omco-ltrthlB city,
November 21nt, 1898, tho following offi
cers woro re-eloctod to servo during tho
eiiBuliiK yoar :
O. I. Wight Prosldont
J; F. Uackfeld Vico-1'roeldnnt
S. B. Iloso Socrotary and Treasurer
W. F. AUon., Auditor
,The above namod officers together with
J. A. King, W. G. Irwin and Goorgo O.
Beckloy constitute the lioaru of DI'
S. B. ROSE, Socrotary.
Honolulu, Nov. 21st, 1808.
This tract having been plat
ted is now ready 'for anlo,
and wo offer tho public an
opportunity o procuring
delightful residence sites at
Situated in tho district of
Honolulu, nbout throo miles
from tho conter of tho city,
with fine macadamized roads
leading to it, and on tho lino
of tho now Electrio Street
Bailway ; at an olevatiou
overlooking Eapiolani Park,
tho oconn, tho ciy,and Pearl
Lochs, it ib, without excep
tion, the healthiest and most
Eicturesquo of our city bu
Same is laidont with
Btreets onoh f0'fcet wido,
eaoh lot containing 15,000
squaro feet, 100 x 150 and
75 x 200. which wo odor at
$400 eaoh, on paymouts of
$100 cosh and balance in
monthlyinstallmonts or $25.
Those desiring to visit tho
proporty will bo personally
attended and conveyed to
nnd from enmo by making
ongagomonts at our office,
whoro further information
will bo furnished, and whoro
a map of tho traot'ean bo
310 KING- ST.
Book and' Job Printer
Merohant Street, Honolulu, H. It
Over Hawaiian NawaOompany'a
Book Btore. my 13,