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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER 8, 1898.
pjbllihtd Every ry, cictpt SunJy. l tio King
trett, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN INBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R.FARRINGTWN Editor
DANIEL LOOAM3 City Editor
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MllitlrllXKill It litem
Per month, nyWr ln,4Uwallan ll4ni....$ .75
Peryer " " " 8
Peryeir,potrUJtoAmerk,Cnai orMexko 10 00
Per year, iotjul other foreign countries 1 j 00
a-Pyable InZirlibly In advance,
Dullness OfticeWSU. EJItorUI Rooms, 100.
I'ostofflce Box, 404.
SATURDAY, DEO. 3, 1898.
WHO HI'IIAKH Till: TIlt'Tll 1
"Childrln's playground lo thu
front" is lio cry, but tho response
is echoed Til continuous delay.
Evidently, tho Popular Scionco
Monthly (ooBuot tnko ns kindly
to historiifil fakes ns some of our
Wrny Taylor is ns.iuunl to bo
congratulated on tbo Monday
night's concert. hen Mr. Tay
lor tnkesMiohl of a concert pro
position p access is nBsured.
It Gc rornor Roosevelt came to
Honoluf i, the wise conservative
boys co ild suddenly come hurrah
boys. It . is strange indoed how
some oj our friends adapt them
selves tt circumstances and when
caught riii a political box try to
agree with everybody.
The morning organ iB about to
start up a new historical society,
and has set ouo of its attaches nt
work" on the wreck of tho ship
Norval. Judging from tho incor
rectness of the historical data
which is published about the
Norvnl, wo presumo tho Adver
tiser's attache must bo its old
friond Mons Gnspard de Coligny.
Aftor years of argumout and ap
peal, Hawaii is to have the experi
ment btation, it has so long need
ed, conducted particularly in the
the interest of tho-io having small
land areiis to 'callivate. The
Board of Agriculture and tho
peoplo uro to bo congratulated.
Onco tlit) movemont is started,
under tho now conditions, it is
bound t( continue and givo forth
new beneGts to the peoplo.
Now tho Advertiser questions
tho veracity of tho Bulletin's
statement that tho patriotio lottor
it published was n personal letter.
It soys, "it jb incomprehensible
that at this lato date tho olaim
should bo advanced that tho com
munjeation was 'pereonal'." Now
here's a statement that wo defy
tho Advortisor to deny: Tho let
ter which it published was con
tained in an cnvolopo on which
thoso words wero typo written,
"V. N. Armstrong, Editor of the
PaciGc Commercial Advortisor."
On tho left hand corner of that
letter was written in ink tho word
''personal." Tho loiter itself was
addressed "Friond Armstrong."
Look up tho latter; look up tho
onvolopo nnd if tho Bulletin
nnl rinllf tlm TllTT.T TTtV will '
kuowldego tho corn."
o regret very much ontormg
upon tho pergonal sido of this
affair, but when tho (inoetion of
tho Bulletin's veracity is brought
in question, it is not our disposi
tion allow a lio to bo thrown. at us.
So far as Mr. McStockor is con
cerncd, ho has neither authorized
or suggested any statemont that
has appeared in connection with
his letter. Any American who
would not defend tho sentiments
which he expressed is not worthy
tho namo of an Amorican. Mr.
McStockor's sentiments aro too
well known in this community for
any common sense individual to
cousidor that ho rogrets any ox
prossion of patriotism ho has over
made Tho circumstances attend
ing this 'incident aro such how
over as to indicato a studiod desiro
on tho part of tho morning organ
not alono to cry down patriotic
Americans but to attempt to hold
to scorn one of tho chief exponouts
of such sontiment in this territory.
Tho Advertiser has not yet been
able to prove wherein any of its
statements have contained a scin
tilla of true Americau spirit. In
each and every instanco its Coal
resort has been tho fanny slory.
Tho examples it has attempted to
draw from history aro acts and
sentiments that havo boen repudi
ated by tho Amorican peoplo. The
character of weak kneed patriotism
which it expounds appeals to tho
loyal oitizous of no nation on
Wo nro now opening n lino of
W H I PS
Comprising Buggy! Hiding,
.Tockoy, English Crops,
Dog Simko, Hawaiian, otc, etc.
In AVImlobono, Malacca, English Holly,
Straight Holly, Rawhido;
dill nnd got the first cholco.
rp. , . ,. fl
An interesting incident of the
Pennsylvania campaign was the
return 'of Gideon Marsh, who is
hold responsible for wrecking tho
Keystone bank. Tho Quay ro
publicaiiB wero making insinua
tions oh to what Marsh might say
about iWauamaker if ho wore to
return i Wanamaker in a public
speech.' called on Gideon Marsh to
co mo put from his hiding aud say
what Ilo plensod. Tho following
day Gideon Marsh appeared on tho
scene t and was taken in custody
by tho Philadelphia police. What
effect ! his return had on tlio elec
tion is an unknown quantity, but
the question now arises whothor
Quay has boeu kcoping Marsh for
Two Great Comedy Bills,
Great Part of the
In no case is this so well il
lustrated as in the fact that
many men will pay outrag
eously high prices to have
their clothes made to meas
ure because they imagine
they get a sort superior to
ready made. So they do,
unless they get the famous
Sten-Bloch clothes, every
garment of which bears the
These clothes please the
imagination and insure the
sense of being well dressed,
and save one-half the price
which one would pay to a
Will you have a look at
these clothes to-dav ?
HaYe You Seen Our New Store?
1 A r
) ArWI fit) J
"Wo liavo just received an entirely now lot,
ranging from 1.25 to 10 per pair.
In white and colors. Elegant Designs, Reas
onable Prices !
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods Co., Limited
Merchant and Fort Streets.
The Quality and Assortment of
Tim Private Sccrctarj
Hawaii has been anuoxod but
Honry T. Oxnard and his beot
sugar followers do not lovo the
now territory any more than tboy
ever) did. Oxnord has given no
tice that tho boot sugar mon will
combino with tho tobacco pro
ducers and nsik Congress to placo
a dfUty on imports coming from
thonew colonies. That tho pooj
pletof tbo States will allow suoh
action" is not probablo, but Oxnard
and) bis crowd may bo able to
block legislation for Hawaii in tho
coming'Short session of Congress.
Thliro aro a good number of Rep
resentatives and Sonators whoso
terms oxpiro on March lth who
may not bo avorso to whooping it
up for homo producers as against
Tho Oroixt Comedy,
Mr. Stockwull In hln Grcnt .Sjiocliilty.
Dion Boucicault's Led Astray
Do You Like Our Thre 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 rigrjt.
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.
Carts, Wash Sets,
Little Chairs for
Dolls as BIG
Dressed Dolls from 15c to $8 I
Everybody is cordially invited to
visit the BAZAAR, 316 Fort St.
Kotlc-o U liorol'y given that tho parl
norHhlp horotoforo uxlxtlng botwoou II.
Klommo uml II. A. J'.ion, In tho saloon
Imslnom on Niiuanu stroot, Honolulu,
II. I known u tho I,ouvro Saloon,
nmlor tho Una niuiio nnd Htylo of
KlonnnoA Juon, liaij tills day boen (11 h
Holvod, nVil that II. A. Juon has this day
pun:li4W!(lll tho right, tlllo and InteroHt
of H.Kloniino In nnd to Mild Txnivro
Saloon nnd Imsinewi nnd proiwrty. and
is now mo soio nnu ctciiimivo ownor
tlioroof ; and all persons indohtod thorc
to aro horeby roriuoHtoil to mako pay
ment thoroof to II. A. Juon. wlio nlono
In authorlzod to rocelvo nnd rocolpt for
Dated Honolulu, U.I., Noonibcr(Uli,
lOSO-lw II. A.JIIUN.
Your work solicited, nnd the finest
clans of sorvlco AT REASOXA11LE
Only White Labor Employed
Wo havo just receivod, on tho Wilder, a largo con-
p Bignmont of CONING BODY PHETONS, ltUNABOUTS
Honolulu Carriage Jlanufactory
W. -W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
1034 V FOIIT STItKBT, ABOVE IIOTEU
YOU ARE TROUBLED with
(laudruU'or unv dlsouso of tlio HOalp, a
trlul bottle of DANDRUFF KILLER
will entirely reinovo nil doubt a to
tho virtue claimed for tlio preparation
l'rlekly heat cured by n lew applica
tions. lie Huro that the label on the bottle
beam tho two faces and namu ; till
otherH uro ImitatloiiH.
SELLING AGENTd- Hollinter
Drug Co., RoiiHou, Smith & Co., Union
Burlier Shop. 103 1
The People's Store.
.. ?.Von Holt Block, Kln& street.
MADAME LE VNWAY, of S. F.
MRS. . K CUAMIIEItS, of N. Y.
All Flannels and Sllku washed by
hand. Ordinary Mondlug, aud But
tons Sewed On.
IfiTTelephono 683, and leave your
!WJ DCCORATINfi AND NATURAL
KSi !S WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
Tinter : : :
1070 Noxt to 1'ollco Station
IN THE ISLANDS'!
73 Beretania street,
Honolulu, h. I.
Yee Chone; has bought tbo storo of
Soon Look, at comer of Miller nnd Roro
tanln stroots, nnd lio will not bo rospon
slblo for any debts contracted by wild
Soon Look prior to nnd nftor Novonibor
5th, 1808. "S0.1v
Arc for sale by our
agonts : : :
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
Fort and King Streets,
J 10G2 HONOLULU,
Big Businoss, suul
It is LocateFat Waikiki I
jVddross W. II. M., Bulletin ofllco.
Eleotion of Officers.
Notice Is hereby given tlint at tho An
nnnl Mooting of tho Oaliu Sugar Com
pany, Llmltod, hold In Honolulu, No
vomhor 28, 1808, tho following Olllcors
nnd Directors wero oloctod to sorvo for
tho ouslllng year :
LIST OK OFFICERS:
Paul Isonberg, Presldont.
. B. F. Dillingham, 1st Vice-President.
M. I'. Robinson, 2nd VIco-ProsIdoht.
J. F. Ilnckfold, Treasurer.
Ed. Suhr, Secretary.
W. F. Allen, Auditor.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS :
S. C. Allon, F. J. Lowroy, W. Wnltora,
J. A. McCandloss ; nnd ox-pfllclo : Paul!
Isonberg, B. F. Dillingham, M. P. Rob
inson, J. F. Ilackfeld, lil. Suhr.
' " "V ED. SUHR,
I080-2W ' Socrotnry.
1070-lw " Motel Bt root.
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