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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 29, 1898.
Published Every Day, except Sunday, t no King
ttreet, Honolulu, II, l by the
Bulletin Publishing company.
W. R. FARRINGTON .....Editor
DANIEL LOOAN. City Editor
TUESDAY, NOV. 29, 1898.
Tho Citizens Union mado its
filit in tbo Now York crtmpnign
ob, opposition to tbo policy of ex
pansion. Carl Scburz dcolarod
tbat thoro was no otbor ibbuo in
tbo canvass of any importance ex
pect expansion. Tbo Citizen's
Union polled 727 votes in greater
Now York and between two or
three thousand in tho wbolo Stato.
Yiet tbey say tbo sontiment against
expansion is vory strong, and tbat
(Jarl Schurz is a representative
Ono of the most remarkable
tributes to tbo American regular
soldier of tbo past, and a forciblo
plea for tho rogular of tbo futuro
was mndo by Tboodoro Roosevelt
at a bauqiii't given in honor of
Don. Miles in Now York. After
reviewing tbo rangniGcont work of
the regulars in tho campaign,
.ftoosovolt said: "And if you bad
seen that you would fool tbat too
.much cannot bo dono for tbo re-
'tn- nwl fn Ytrrtn i tllil flnn.
JfUlMl, UUU VU, IUU IW m- vwm-
jgrossraan, and woo to tbo Repre
sentative who dares seek cheap
f glory by a niggardly economy in
espouse that may mean tho life
j blood of our soldiers." At the
(first Rotisovolt has put himself
down as tho friend of tho regular
' army, and if thoro is anyono who
can sot tbo national mind to think
ing aud acting along proper linos,
be is tho man.
(lUKSTIO.N'S OP PATRIOTISM.
Frank B. McStockor is to bo
concratulated on bis oxpression
of truo American sontiment that
has served to bring out tbo char
acter of Americanism that per
vades tho Advortisor. This inci
dent again gives ovidence of tho
weak kneed, raan-without-n-coun-try,
unAmericau spirit tbat makes
tbo honest, patriotic, Ameiicnn
ashamed that any branch of hie
country can produco suoh a
breed of political cats.
The sentimonts oxprossod by
the morning organ aro of tbo
character tbat mado tho "copper
beads" of tho civil war, who today
nro despised by tho North and
South alike, it is the sontimont
that finds an oxponent only in
Godkin and tho Evening Post; it
is the sontiment on which tbo
Citizens Union of Now York poll
ed 727 votes out of a million aud
a half; it is tho caueo espousod by
Carl 8obruz and otbor embeciles
who have cold chills overy tiino
the American ilag is cheorod. It
is after all what might bo expected
from advocates of Hawaiian neu
trality when tho United States
was about to ontor upon tho war
with 8pain. Aud it was the mon
of tho Frank McStookor typo,
truo Amoricans, who, when
tbo government began to
talk noutrality, woro not afraid
to intimate that a dosortion
from tho Uuited StatoB in tbo time
of noed would bring on a row and
that a right merry ono.
Why doesn't tho Advortisor dis
cuss the neutrality proposition as a
furthor convincing argumont of its
theory that mon aro not created to
kill each otbor ? Becauso it is a
ehamod of its own cowardly stand.
The cowardly instinct still remains,
bowovor, and expresses itself in
condemnation of tho man who
stands loyal to bis country "right
Evory truo Amorican admires
tbo man who stands by bis coun
try wbatovor its position in inter
national affairs may bo. Ho ad
mires the Spaniard who fought
bravely till tho last; witnoss the
honor', paid tho romains of Gon.
Vera dol Roy by Americans at
Havana. Ho admiros tbo German
for standing by bis Emperor, tbo
Englishman for honoring his
Quoon, tho Fronobman for cheer
ing for Franco ovon if it doos bavo
a Droyfus affair; finally bo ad
mires tho Hawaiian for. fighting
for tbo indopondonco of bis coun
try although bo bolioves tho Ha
waiian was fighting n mistaken
and losing caueo.
Tho man wbo will not stand by
bis country "right or wrong" or
tho nation whoso causo ho has es
poused belongs to that typo of
mankind who condemns a mother
for bringing him into tho world
and making him what bo ib. Wbo
dares condemn a man for standing
by a mother "right or wrong?"
From our contemporary's re
marks this morning, one might
supposo tbo Rov. Kincaid bad
never soon tbo insido of a univer
sity. It would condom n Tbeodoro
Roosovolt as intoxicated and
thoughtless when bo with a hundred
other university men, at a Now
York banquet given November 11,
choered to tho echo the namo of
Prosident McKinloy and glorified
tho flag. It would condemn
Roosovelt when bo said, "You
have spokon of what Gen. Miles
did in tho civil war whon Grant
faced Leo. Now, thank Heaven,
wo can be proud and glad of tbo
valor of tho men who followed
Grant and tbo mon who followod
Leo." It would condemn Chauu
cey Depew, Soth Low, Governor
Wnlcott, Gon. O. O. Howard, Ex
Governor Morton, Hon. Asa Bnsh
nell and men of this stamp who
joined in tho vociforous "hip, hip,
hurrah" whon patriotio American
sentimonts woro expressed by
such mon as Gon. Miles, La try or
(Jboate, Admiral urban, ioni
Tracy, Roswell P. Flower, Rev.
Dr. Henry I. Van Dyko and Capt
Panet, tho British ropresentativo
with tho Amorican navy during
Tho God that mado man in bis
own imago is tbo God of
war as well as the God of
I peace. It is the God that
I nnln tlin inntinnt of infnnnn nntrin
tism in tho hnraan breast. It is
also tho God that allows tho spark
of national patriotism to fado in
human hearts for somo good
reason perhaps tho Advortisor
can tell why.
Whon tho official organ gives
voice to such Bentiraonts as woro
put forth m tho neutrality cam
paign, and practically roitorated
day after day until tbo present,
what wonder is it that tbo Ameri
cans of this territory ask that in
future official life the men at the
head of nfTairs shall bo thorough
Americans in blood and education,
mon who will not for n moment
listen to the "trimming" policy,
men first,last and always patriotic,
men not afraid to stand by and
cheer tho flat; in days of political
darkness as well as tho day of
IN THE ISLANDS'?
Big Business, and
It is Located at Waikiki I
Addross W. H. M., Uullotln olllco.
Your work solicited, uml tho finest
class of sorvlco AT REASONABLE
All Flannels and Silks washed by
hand. Ordinary Mending, und But
tons Sewed On.
ffiTTelephono 683, and leave your
Only Wlnte Lauor Employed
Wo aro now opening n lino of
W H I
Comprising Buggy, Hiding,
Jockoy, English Crops,
Dog Snako, Hawaiian, etc., etc.
In Wlialobono, Malacca, English Holly,
Straight Holly, Kawhldo.
Call and got the flrst choice
I Ginger lakes
1 "Ginger Snap"
which feeds our business
and upon which it thrives.
We talk so much about the
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
1 You are looking for Holiday
Presents. You will find them
in our store. Articles from 1J
cents to $7$. We cater to all,
and-our prices are right.
We have en route large ship
merits 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 Holt Block, King street.
MADAME LE VANWAY, of S. F.
MRS. D. K. CHAMBERS, of N. Y.
73 Beretanla street,
Will bo rocolvoil at tho olllco of tho Min
ister of tho Interior till 12 o'clock noon
of Wodnosday. Nov. 30th, for tho con
struction of branch road to Ilonaunau
Specifications atoftlco of Superinten
dent of Public Works, also nt thoPost
olllco hi Napoopooand HoQkona.
Tho Minister dooa not bind himself to
accept tho lowest or nny bid.
JAS. A. KINO,
Mlnlstor of tho Intorlor.
Nov. 28th, 1808. 1078-2t
Will l rocelvcd n( tho offlco of tho Min
ister of tho Intorlor till 12 o'clock noon
of Wednesday, Nov. 30th, for tho con
struction of ro.ul from Kupahulu Summit
Specifications and profllo at ofllco of
Suporlntondontof Public Works.
Tho Minister doos not bind hlmsolf to
accept tho lowest or any bid.
JAS. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Nov. 28th, 1898. l078-2t
BOOK BOLLETIN :
"Four Months After Date." by Randall I, Tyler,
"Malcom Kirk," by Chirles M, Sheldon.
"On the Bright Shore," by Slenklewlei.
"Tht Third Woman." "
"Up Terrapin River.1' by Ople Red,
"Airs. Annie Green," " .. " . .
"In Buncombe Country," by Maria Louise Pool.
"The Awakening of Noahvlfle." by Franklin H.North.
"Th t!nin Hind " bv Lawrence L. Lvnch.
"A Wounded Name." by Capt. Chas. King, U, S. A.
"lor the Uefense," by tergus nume.
"The Harlequin Opal."
"Whir," by Amelia Weed llolbroolc.
"Eat Not Thy Heart," by Jullen Cordon.
"Haw I Fcrant " bv Gunter.
"The Damnation of TheronWare," by Harold Frederic
"A Woman Worth Winning," by Geo.Manvllli Fenn
"The Grasshoppers," by Mrs. Andrew Dean.
"The Mighty Atom,1' by Corelll.
"Lady KUpatrlck." by Robert Buchanan.
"Checkers." by Henr) M, Blossom, Jr.
"The Adventures of a haval Officer," by Lieutenant
And a number of other now
Books, new Stationery, &c.
316 Fort Street,
Goods - -
"Wo havo just received an entirely now lot,
ranging from 1.25 to $10 per pair.
In -white and colors. Elegant Designs, Reas
onable Prices !
Dry Goods Co.,
Wo havo just rocaivotl, on tho Wilder, a largo con
signment of CONING BODY PHiBTONS, RUNABOUTS
and other vehicles.
Honolulu Carriage rianufactory
TV. -W. WDR.IGH-IT, Prop'r.
1034 V FOItT STItEET.fABOVE HOTEL.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that tho hours for irrigation pur
noses are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m. and
from 4 to 0 o'clock p. m.
II. Holders of water iirlvllegeron
the slopes of Punchbowl above Green
street, and in Nuua'nu Valley above
School street are hereby notified that
thov will not be restricted to tho irri
gation hours of 0 to 8 a. m. and 4 to
0 p. m., but will bo allowed to irrigate
Wliciievurmiinuieiib wuicr inuvmiuuiu,
provided that they do not use tho
water or irrigation purposes for more
lhau lour hours in overy twenty-lour.
Supl. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved- J. A. KING,
Minister of Interior
Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 7, 1893
Carpentering, Cabin Making,
-: -722 Fort street.
WAII kinds of Jobblnc faithfully and promptly
Store Conn tors and Fixtures,
Made to order artistically.
SMITH, POWELL it CO.,
724 Fort streot.
Twenty years experience. All work guaranteed.
Eleotion of Officers
At the Annual Meeting of the Stock-
Limited, hold nt their olllco in this city,
Kovembor 2Ut, 1808, tho following ofll
cers woro re-elected to serve during tho
cnsulne year :
O. L. Wight President
J, F. IXackfeld Vice-President
S. B. Hose Socrotary and Treasurer
W. F. Allon ,..: Auditor
The above namod omcors together with
J. A. King, W. G. Irwin and Ooorgo C.
Beckley constitute tho Board of Di
rectors. S. B. ROSE, Secrotary.
Honolulu, Nov. 21st, 1898. , ,.
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 7, '98,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salosroom, Quoon stroet, I will
Boll at Public Auction tho following val
uable proporty on Vineyard stroot, near
Emma stroot :
Lot 152.5 foot fronting on VInoyard
stroet, 3,733 square feot.
Lot 255 foot fronting on Vineyard
stroet. 3.809 sminrn font.
Lot 3 03 foot fronting on VInoyard
stroot, 3,875 square foet.
ijon i7.u foet fronting on Vineyard
streot, 203 square feet.
Lot 5 5-1.7 foot frmitlnir on Vlnnvnnl
stroot. 072 squaro foet.
iiioso lots uro wllliln (.0 feot of Emma
street, dlroctly opposite tho rosidonco of
P. II. Dodirn. 1?wi.. nml ndlnltilTur dm
rosldonce of Mrs. Belniotieclinoldor,
and aro the most valuable city proportion
uiiuruu ior Baio.
TitlO DflrfecL, T)nnilH nt niipplinunrn'
oxpenso. Map at wnloHrooni.
.TAS. F. MORGAN,
rilouseLot on Kalll street, at Kallhl.
'House and Lot at Kallhl i oox,oe,
l-flce Jj,)oo. i
llouse and Lot on Younj street: nti.
Lot at Kamolllllll, about '4 acre...
'Lot on Prospect street, rsxiaj.
tetoA1?0 AU '.
Four Lots Kapahulu Tract.- Size so
,100 each. '
M. K, KEOHOKALOLE and
. , 15 Ka.iiumanu;St.