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m Evening Bulletin,
IV ' Pibllt4 Cvfry Day. except Sunday, t to King
!",; trl, Honolulu, II. I., ty the
TV'' BULLETIN PUBLISHING COAIPANY.
V T W. R. FARRINGTON EJItor
jt f pANIEl LCXSAN City EJIIof
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f Ptryer,rostpaU,toAmerka,CanaJaorMelco 1000
Per year, pojtpalJ, other foreign countries 1 00
J WPayaMe Invariably In advance.
EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., DECEMBER G, 1898.
Business Office '260. Editorial Rooms, 100.
Postoffice tlox, 404,
I MONDAY, DEO. 5, 18!)8.
Tlio Hon. Hack Hoiirifilicou of
(Illinois has plunged his couutry
inon iato woo up to tho neck "1
nn opposed to annexing tlio Philip
Opines uudor any circumstances"
"crio- Buck who prefers to confin
expansion to the currency. What
lis tn bo dono ? Will Unci; consent
Uo the protocol ? Is there no vn
tof brinci'r li'in hick into the
reservation ? With Don Carloe
:Scliurz silting on tlio tripod mid
Btenming forth "tlio tlooni of the
republic" nnd Duck llouriohneii
. wnri itig off tl' Philippines, tin
crop of Hlnrni must bo onoriuous.
! New York Sun.
Our contempoi nry's forethough's
' camo afterward as is demonstrated
by the following ohntino of opinion
made in throu dnys time:
Advertlsor, Dec. 2. Advertiser, Dec. B.
oritiea for tho continuntion in
oilico of its constituents. This
official organ places such men as
Woodford in tho category of iu
toxicated and thoughtless indivi
duuls incapablo of leading tho
people or doing tho uation's busi
ness. What will bo the roply of tho
Washington authorities I
Does President McKinloy up
hold in Hawaii a sontimont that is
condemned by tho peoplo of tho
United States ?
Is this outpost of tho United
States in the Pacific to bo tho offi
cial center for tho dispnnsation of
Democratic cowardico ?
Is tho sentiment that objects to
a cheer for tho ttars and stripes,
ami condemns an exposition of
the grandeur of tho United Stntes
to bo, in Hawaii's futuro ofhVial
lif, uphold by the representatives
of tho people in Washington who
have tho appointive power ?
Will President McKinley en
thuse an ofticial odncatioual policy
which tells the new citizens of tho
Umted Slates that they are fo I
to believe their new country to be
a moguificout power capable of
himilliuK fairly mid successful!
the ptoblonis brought upon it by
the wur with Spain ?
Thoju are tho questions which
the active Americans of Hawaii
are neking today. They know the
sources of the loynl American sen
timent, and also of tho neutral,
wavering sentiment. They a6k
Wo nro now opening n lino of
Comprising Buggy, Hiding,
Jockey, English Crops,
Dog Snnko, llawnllnn, etc., etc.
In Wlmlobono, Malacca, Kngllsli Holly,
Straight Holly, Itawlildo.
Call nnd got the first choice.
23 A '-55 vS 2 Yt i eL & : S?
SJv The Imagination
Jji Supplies a $
ft ., n... Ap it.. W
m ureal mil ui wc q
lint wo wlnll nut
m.v that ho l "11
Usui without n
uo do not ugrce
In f lift. iiit now.l
ns hu Iiiim nn politi
cal rlphtx, I n nNo
may Jntly lie cull
ed ii "man without
a country," until
given him one.
The Advertiser cornea down
from its perch of infallibility vmy
hautlsomely now and doffs ils halo
io 0 maunor wo cannot fail to ap
preciate. Like all of the Mug
wumps ilk, it bijumls, and snys it
didn't mean what it Baid, when
called to account for its rash
Whiio the Advoitiser backs
dowu on tho McStocker proposi
tion, it has to get in tho unpatrio
tic fling somewhere, so bogitis to
wisoly condemn the hero Hobson.
Ono of the ablest engineers in the
United States navy is dubbed a
foolish yonnt! man. DoubtleeB
the noxt jump will be to assert
that Admiral Dewey is a bravo
man, but a jackass becauso he
dared destroy 0 Hpanish licet and
bring now problems upon the
Then when the political condi
tions herd nre settled, tho Adver
tiser will probably niako faces t.t
tho captain of tho liooningtou
who, whou ho heard of thoiioutrBl
ity talk of the inspirod organ said,
"I will leave Honolulu burbot
when I get good and ready." Tho
Advertiser doesn't dire to discuss
this proportion now. Its neutral
ity halo has disappeared, but the
shinning oblem of political cow
ardice is still in evidence.
and properly too that the idealisms ' f
of the past be dropped, and way
bn given to tho true, Btrong Amcr
icaniHtn in tho official lifo of tho
OIMKCTS TO IIKPOIIT.
John W. McDonald wishes to
-tate, in contradiction to tho re
port of the Wardoll inquest pub
lishcd in tho Advertiser, that Mrs.
McDonald raado no mistake what
ever in her (t'ttomouts, from first
o last, before tho coroner and
jury. Sho was perfectly clear and
poMtive regarding the timo at
which the uurso camo out of tho
room whoro tho man lay. Neither
was Mrs. McDonald proved to
have beon in any unduly exoited
state, such as would havo inter-
feied with htr truo recollection iu
all that camo under her notice in
connection with tho sad event.
Mr. McDonald' is convinced that
Wardell was dead before Mr.
Tntor came out of the room nnd
gavo tho alarm. Dr. Wetzel, who
arrived at tho bedsido within ton
minutes of tho early summons ho
rocoived, testified tho man might
hiiv.' beon dead an hour or moro.
In view of all tho sorvicoa render
ed by Mrs. McDonald to sick sol
d'ers, hor husband strongly ob
jects to havibg Lor made a scape
goat for anybody in tho promises.
James T. Stacker, editor of the
Hawaii Herald, is in tho city on a
short husiuuMH trip. Stacker hns
lots of friends in Honolulu who
vro glad to see lyim but they cnu't
win mm over irora me wuu ium
Uiln is tho biggest and best city
of the lorntory.
lu no case is this so well il- m
lustrnted as in the fact that Uy
many men will pay outrag- ;!i
eously high prices to have .JJ
their clothes made to mens- (ft
ure because they imagine (ft
they get a sort superior to
ready made. So they do, i
" unless thev net the famous
(ft Sten-Blocli 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 ?
Merchant and Fort Streets.
Goods - -
Wo have just received an entirely new lot,
ranging from $1.25 to $10 per pair.
In -white and colors. Elegant Designs, lleas
onablo Prices !
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods Co., Limited.
Haye You Seen Our New StoreTI
The Quality and Assortment of
NO DUMOCHATIO COWAIIIHCi:.
Ex-Minister Woodford said at a
public meeting in New Yoik it
contly: "Tho flag is over Porto
Kico, and wo of tho Republics
parly mean that it shall stay thrn.
Tho flag is over Cuba, nnd until
American enlightenment and
Amerienn freedom aro firmlv es
tablished thore, wo mean tlmt the
flag shall stay thoro too. The Hag
is in Manila bay, and notwith
standing Domocratio cowardico
we shall keep tho flag thoru."
This is an American Heutimtini
ondoraed by tho people of Now
York and endorsed by tho peoph
of tho United Slates at tho last
olection. It is a sentimeut which
tho nowsnapor organ of tho local
ofllcialfl of Hawaii has repeatedly
cried down, and sought to discour
age on every occasion. Tlmt
organ standB today as tho only ex
ponent of tho "Democratic cow
ardico" in Hawaii, and yet it
nppoals to- tho Washington auth-
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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
uj fn fill the wants of the peo
ple to their entire satisfaction.
Wc invite public inspection
and public opinion.
Carts, Wash Sets,
Little Chairs for
Dolls as BIG
Dressed Dolls from 15c to $8 !
Everybody is cordially invited to
visit the BAZAAR, 316 Fort St.
We naveriust receivort. on tho Wilder, a larero con- ?1
signmont of CONING BODY PHOTONS, 11UNABOUTS m
aud other vohiclos.
Honolulu Carriage Hanufactory
"W. -W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
1034 V FOUT STRKI7r, AHOVK HOTEL.
Your work solicited, anil tlio finest
claas of sorvlco AT REASONABLE
McKEE RANKIN CO.
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IF YOU ARE TROUBLED with
dauili'uM'ur any disease of tho scalp, a
trial bottle of DANDRUFF KILLER
will entirely remove all doubt as to
tho virtue claimed for the preparation
l'rlekly heat curetl by a lew applications.
Bo sure that tho label on the bottle
beurs the two faces aud name; all
others aro imitutlouH.
IN THE ISLANDS
SELLING AGENTd HollUtor
DruK Co., Bensou, Smith & Co., Union
Barber Shop. 1081
W. W. Dimontl & Co.,
The People's Store.
Von Holt Mock, King street.
MATiAMH LE VANWAY, of 8. F.
MRS. I). K; CHAMBERS, of N. Y.
All Flannels and Silks washed by
hand. Ordlnnry Mondlng, and But
tons Sewed On.
jTelephono 683, anil leave your
WJf WW DECORATING AND NATURAL
SSL BSt WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
TlNTER : : :
Big Business, and
It is Located at Waikikil
Addross W. II. JI., Ilullotln ofllco.
Election of Officers.
Noxt to Police Station
73 Deretunia street,
Honolulu, h. I.
Yeo Chong lias bought tlio htoro of
Soon Look, at corner of Miller nnd lioro
tanla Htrcots, nnd ho will not bo rospon
slblo for any dobts contracted by snld
Soon Look prior to nnd nftor Novombor
0th, 1808. "SMw
THE FAMOUS .
Are for sale by our
agonts : : :
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
Fort and King Streets,
J 10G2 HONOLULU.
1070-lw " Motol stroot.
Notlco 1h herobv given that nt tho An
nunl Mooting of tlio O.ilm Sugar Com
pany, I.lmltod, bold in Honolulu, No
vomber 28, 1808, tlio following Olllcor
nnd I)i roc torn were oloctod to orvo foi
tho onsulng yonr :
LIST OK OFFICERS:
Pnul Isonborg, ProHlilont.
U. V. Dllllnglinm, 1st VIce-ProMdont.
M. P. Robinson, 2nd VIco-Prosldont.
J. F. Hnckfold, Truasuror.
Ed. Sulir, Socrotary.
W. F. Alton, Auditor.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS :
S. C. Allon, V. J. Lowroy, W. Woltors
J. A. McCandloss ; and ox-otllclo : Paul
Isonborg, 11. F. Dillingham, M. P. Rob
inson, J, F. Hackold, Ed. Suhr.
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