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tuett, Honolulu, II. I., by the
. FARRINGTON Editor
EL LOGAN Cltx Editor
SDNESDAY, NOV. 30, 1898.
iMie girls will not bo tho only
a wbo will miss tbo New York
s in bluo tbo storokeopers will
nk regretfully of tbeir depar-
'Aguinnldo tbo President of tho
P lilippiuo Republic wears a gold
c liar as an insignia of oflico.
V sry appropriate indeed. Agui
n ldo hn9 often sbown bis willing
e iss to follow tho lead of a gold
Miss Teuira Houry, ono of tbo
post esteemed tencliors of Uono-
111 In, in to bo congratulated apon
Raining n position among tbo
Jandnrd biatorians of (bo day.
Ivt "History of Tahiti," to bo
Published in London, will bo
(waited with miii-h local intorost.
Tho Hawoiian Historical Society
s a good deal liko sociotios of tbo
amo cbtrncteer throughout tho
world a few thoughtful oarnest
Imon do tbo work, which is of vast
importnuco, whilo tho majority
take little interest oxcopt whon
Bomo now fact is brought out to
look up nnd say "Is that bo ?
Well, that's good." Historians
aro very imporlaut members of
the community, but it is usually a
second or third generation that
So tbo "hip, hip, hurrah" policy
reminds tbo Advertiser of n funny
story. What a low lived drivelling
mothod of attempting to withdraw
an attack upon a patriotio senti
ment. When sentiments aro ex
pressed, sentiments that prompt
men to fight for their country, to I
dio for their homes, to uphold tho
honor of their nation, to stand
foremost iu the political lifo of tho
nation; these seutimeuts, tho nob
lest that stir tbo heart of mankind,
remind the Advertiser of a fuuuyTbf tho
story. Thank God, tho United
States does not produce many nuoh
unpatriotic freaks of tbo Advertii-er
stripo. It was uot tbo funny story
that won tho indopendonco of the
thirteen colonies, it was not the
damnablo slur upon patriotism
that saved tho Union. But it wns
the funny story cur that Bnapped
and snarled about President Lin
coln in tho dark days of tbo rebel
lion: it is tho funny story tollers
that stay at bomo from tbo polls
and then curso the country be
causo its "standard of politics is
so low." God forbid that the peo
plo of tho United States or any
other nation shall follow such sen
timonts, although, after nil, wo
Bupposo tho woak fnnny story
papers are dosorving of sympathy.
rOWKIl IN MOUNTAIN HTHI2AMN.
American Consul Monnchan nt
Chomnitz, Germany, in n roport
to tho Stato Department deals at
so mo length witb tbo efforts made
in Germany to turn mountain
watercourses into industrial aids.
At tho Frankfort olectrical exposi
tion of 1891 it was shown that 75
nor cent of tho powor found in a
rivor can bo carried 110 miles.
Sootions of tho couutry onco sub
ject to devastating wash' outs from
mountain streams havo been de
veloped by confining tho surplus
waters in reservoirs ond
thus gaining a stoady water sup
ply for tbo surrounding lands and
also power through olectrical ap
pliances for manufactories.
Tbo roport says: "Tho dangers
hitherto inseparable from waters
in the bill can bo sciontiuoally
controlled. One has only to con
struct reservoirs largo and secure
onougb to contain easily moro
than tbo largest probablo amount
and givo it off in tbo dry season.
The advantages of storing up
wator aro summarized: Creation
of a uniform powor for factories
in tho valley, and inducomonts to
increaso such industries; distribu
tion of powor by olectrical trans
mission; a bigbor wator lovol in
tbo streams oven in tbo Bummor
months, and a decroaso of tbeir
impurities; improvement of tbo
wator Bupply for cities and irriga
tion of barren lands; beautiGing
tbo landscape developing fisheries,
Tho utilizing of tho powor from
mountain streams is a faotor in
industrial lifo that ought to inter
est Hawaii. A very good practi
cal illustration is givon in tho
Nuuanu valloy reservoirs, but on
tbo other islands particularly tboro
aro quantities of wator running to
waste that might bo pnt to good
use if handled scientifically.
Located as wo aro the fuol to pro
duce power is exponsive at best.
What scienco has dono in other
places it can do in Hawaii. It
may mean expensive reservoirs nt
tho outset, but tbo final advantages
gainod will in comparatively abort
timo inako good tbo original ex
pense. HTOCK KXCIIANOli'H MONTH.
The monthly statement of the
Stock Exchange shows tho follow
ing shares and lowest and highest
sales of stocks on tho markot:
Ewa 98 shares, lowest $227$,
highest 2-10; Hawaiian Sugar Co.
33 shares, $150 nnd $157$; Kahu
ku 12 shares, $115; Oahti Assessa
ble 15 shares $70, paid up 82,
$145, and $165; Ookola 220, $82J
and S100: Paia 29, $215; Hawaii
an Govornmont six percent, bonds
No sales today reported. For C,
Brower &, Co. SG00 was asked,
$105 bid for American Sugar Co.
paid up, $250 asked for Ewa,
$390 bid for Hawaiian Agricul
tural, $157$ bid for Honomu. For
Oabu poid up $115 bid $150 ask
ed. Tho asking price for other
stocks was: Kahuku $120. Oabu
Aseessablo $70, Ookala $974, Pe-
peokeo $205, Wailuku SU85, Wni
rannolo $170, Waimoa S123, Wai
anuo $210, Intor-Islond $U5, Ha
waiian Electrio $200.
Of Ike Fourth Katatt.
Leo E. Johnson, color sergeant
51st Iowa, associate editor
of tho Kuoxvillo Journal of Knox-
villo, Iowa, (of which papor bis
father is tho proprietor and pub
lisher) an intimate friend of Col.
George Godfrey of that State, who
voiced tho annexation cry therein
some yoars ago, and a friend of
Lieut. Col. J. Mort Miller who
passed through in tho transport
Newport, is a passenger for Ma
nila by tho transport St. Paul.
Sergeant Johnson is in lovo witb
olimato nnd proposes to endeavor
to reproduce bis very favornblo
viow of Hawaii's opportunity for
tho investment of capital in bis
Your work solicited, anil the finest
cluss of Horvlce AT UEASONAULK
All Flannels ami Silks washed by
lmuil. Ordinary Mending, and But
tons Sewed On.
IffirTelephono 683, and leave your
liouM Lot on Klll street, nt Killhi.
rllouM nd Lot it Killhi; 400x100.
House nnd Lot on Young street; 79x15$.
Lot t Kimolllllll, about H
'Lot on Prospect street, ;$;
'Three Lots oooosite McKee Island.
f rice i.ioo.
Inext to Macdonald's.
rour ujis ivxpinum 1 rsci. sue 50 X
M, K. KEOHOKALOLE and
THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 30,
Wo nro now opening a lino of
W H I
Comprising Buggy, Hiding,
Jockoy, KnglUh Cro,
Dog Snako, Hawaiian, etc, otc
In Wlialobono, Mnlacca, English Holly,
Straight Holly, Ilawhldo.
Call anil got tho first clioloo.
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 Oar New Store?
The Quality and Assortment of
Do Yon Like Our Three Show
You are looking for Holiday
Presents. You will find them
in our store. Articles from 1 5
cerrfs to $15. 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,
i... Von "Holt Block, King street.
MADAME MS VANWAY, of 8. F.
MRS. D. E. CHAMBERS, of N. Y.
73 Beretania street,
Honolulu, H. I.
WEDNESDAY, Deo: '7, '98,
AT 12 0'CIX)CK NOON,
At my salosroom, Quoon stroot, I will
soil at Public Auction the following val
uable proporty on vineyard stroot, near
Emma street :
Lot 152.5 foot fronting on Vineyard
street, 3,733 squaro feet,
Ijot 255 foot fronting on Vineyard
street, 3,809 square foot.
Lot 3 03 foot fronting on Vlnoyard
street, 8,876 square feet'.
Lot 4 77.0 foet (fronting on Vineyard
street, 203 squaro foet.
Lot 654.7 foot fronting on Vineyard
stroot, 572 square foet.
Thosn lota aro within GO foet of Emma
street, directly opposite tho rosidonco of
1'. ll, uougo, Jsq. anu uujoining iuu
rosidonco of Airs. Ileimonscbheidor,
and aro tho mostvaluablo city properties
nflarod for salo.
Tltlo porfect. Dopds at purchasers'
oxponso. wap at salesroom.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Goods - -
"Wo liavo just received an entirely now lot,
ranging from 1.25 to $10 per pair.
In -vliito and colors. Elegant Designs, Reas
onable Prices !
Dry Goods Co.,
"Wo bave juBt rocoivod, on tho Wilder, a large con
aignmout of CQNING BODY PHEXONS, RUNABOUTS
and other vehicles.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory I
"W. "W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
1034 V FORT STItEET.VABOVE IIOTJCr
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, aro hereby noti
fied that tho hours for irrigation pur
noses aro from 0 to 8 o'clock u. in. and
from 4 to 0 o'clock p. in,
II. Holders of water privileges on
tho slopes of Punchbowl above Green
street, and In Nuuanu Valley above
Bchool street nro hereby notified that
they will not bo restricted to the Irri
gation hours of 6 to 8 a. in. and 4 to
6 p. m., but will bo allowed to Irrigate
whonovor sufficient wator Isavallable,
provided that they do not use tho
water for Irrigation purposes for more
lhau four hours In evory twenty-four.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved- J. A. KING,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Sept. 7, 1898
ara fcra nrftORATINO ANn NATURAL
3 &XI WOOD riNlSlilNO A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
TlNTER . : :
1070 Next to Tolico Station
Election pf Officers.
At the Annual Mooting of tho Stock
holders of 'Wilder' Steamship Company
Limited, hold at tliuir ofllce In this city,
November 21st, 1898, tho following ofll
cers wero re-eloctod to sorve during tho
ensuing voar :
O. L. Wight...... u President
J. P. Hackfold Vlco-Presldent
S. B. Roso SecrotarynnJTroauuror
V. F. Allon , Auditor
Tlie nbovo namodoulcers together with
J. A. King, W. O. 'Irwin and Goorgo C.
Beckley constitute tho Board of Di
rectors. S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
. Honolulu, Nov..21st; 1898.
This tract having been plat
tod is now roady for sale,
and we offor tho public an
opportunity o procuring
dolightful rosidonco sites nt
Situated in tho district of
Honolulu, about threo miles
frpm the cpnter of tbo city,
with fine macadamized roads
loading to it, and on tbo lino
of tho now Electrio Street
Railway ; at an elevation
overlooking Kapiolani Park,
tho ocoan, tho oity,and Pearl
Lochs, it is, without oxcop
tipn, tho healthiest and most
picturesque of our city su
burbs. Same is laid out witb
streets each 50 foet wide,
each lot containing 15,000
squaro feet, 100 x 150 and
75 x 200, which wo offor at
$100 each, on payments of
$100 cash and balanco in
monthly installments of $25.
Those desiring to visit tho
proporty will bo personally
attended and conveyed to
nnd from same by making
engagements nt our office,
whoro further information
will be furnished, nnd where
nmnppf the tract' can bo
soon. " ,
210 KING ST.
Book and Job' Printer
Morokant Stroot, Honolulu, H.I,
Over Hawaiian NeweGompany'a
Book Store, - niy 18,
j3 $? ,
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