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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I;, MONDAY. OCTOBER 29, toco
N.S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LtMii (HE
There is only one place in town to
buy DRY GOODS, that is, IF YOU
WANT TO BUY THEM RIGHT.
We have Just received,
Ex S. S. "Queen," : :
One Hundred and Ninety Six
NEW DRY 000DS !
Calicos, Ginghams, Per
cales, Dimities, Organdies,
Sateens, Ready - made
Sheets and Pillow Slips,
Towels, Sheetings, Pillow
Casings, Ribbons, Laces,
WE DEFY EI1TII 01 STOCK IS
A SINdLE YARD OR ART1C1E AT LESS THAT
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd
Robert Wilcox Admits
This to His Adher
ents on Maui.
TALKS ABOUT HIS
CAREER IN ITALY
Weeps Over Men Who Refuse to Fol
low Him Says that Colburn
Betrayed the Queen Story
About Home Rule Party.
"Man wants but little here below,
Nor wants that little long."
Can satisfy your wants
if you mention them in its
Leather Goods ! !
A fine Sample line-
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WORK. . .
Fenoes and Lawn
Haw'D Iron Fence and Monumental Co
641 Ki Rtreet
Walluku, Oct. 27. Robert W. Wilcox
Btole Into Walluku from Konn nml K.ui
per Manna Loa Monilny evening ami
put up at tho homo o( Judge and Mis.
Kalua. As soon ns Garibaldi wan
known to be, in Walluku, tho promi
nent adherents of his party called on
him nml arranged for a public meeting
at Walked on Tuesday evening.
On Wednesday evening Wilcox spoke
to a fairly good house at tho skating
rink In Walluku where malic wrc.tths
were plnccd around his neck by two
Hawaiian women. Wilcox was als-j
presented with a purse of about $3 from
the femnlo admirers of "Rob" while an
other $3 was raised from nmong thu
Wilcox commenced by Baying that
politics was nothing new to him for he
llrst got Into political harness In 1SSO,
being returned to the legislature by
the good natives of Walluku In that
year. And soon after that ho was sent
to Italy to study military tactics much
against his wishes, ns he hoped that hn
would bo sent to tho United States lu
study politics; but tho royal wish wa
to be obeyed and ott ho went for far
He said: "I was a favorite among
tho Italian nobility and my friends
were counted among tho Royal houso of
Savoy, and the present Emperor of
Italy was a schoolmato of mine. You
have heard It said by my enemies that
I misrepresented In Italy that I was
the son of tho late King Knlakaua aim
that was why I married tho Italian
Countess. That Is not so, Tho facts are
these. King Kalakaua Introduced mo
by letter to my Italian military tutors
as a member of tho Hawaiian Legisla
ture and 'if you go to Italy today you
will find on tho marrlngo register the-e
my name as simple "it. w wncox
and not aa a prince.
It was not that so-called royal title
that won the heart of the fair Italian
Countess, but It was because I was a
military ofllccr, a lieutenant In rank.
and it was really my military bearing
that won tho hand of tho one I lovd
for two long years of courtHhlp. Hero
anyono who wears a uniform Is called
a soldier, that Is not tho way In Italy;
why you might as well uniform n mon
key and call It a soldier a military
hero. I must admit, however, that the
white race Is far ahead of us in smart
ness, In education, and they can mako
Hawntlans tried to break up the Homo
Hulo party and Wilcox. That touched
my Innermost heart more than other
events because It was two of my life
long friends who did It. Perhaps you
are not aware of tho origin of tho Homo
Utile party. Well, I will tell you.
While I was at Washington working
on your behalf and aided by tho honest
dimes that you sent mo for my suppoit
(which dimes were dearer to me thin
tho millions of tho rich, a Democratic
member of Congress, Roprescntatlto
Flnlcy, first gave mo tho Intimation to
ubo tho tltlo Homo Utile party so as not
to Incur the hatred of the two grcit
national parties of tho United St"es
and by thnt way we wilt bo sooner ad
mitted as a State than If wo adhered
to either of the two parties. Ills advice
Is sound and stands to reason.
HOWEVER, ANY OP YOU DESIR
ING TO AFFILIATE WITH THE RE
PUBLICAN PARTY MAY DO SO, FOR
YOU MUST REMEMUER THAT WAS
THE PARTY THAT DAVE YOU THIS
MOST LHIERAL FRANCHISE.
My enemies are heaping abuses upon
mo and I can bear them nil for I nm
for I am Btrong shouldered. Abuses
to me aro no effect, 1 am too thick
Thurston started tho Republican par
ty hero nnd W. A. Kinney tho Demo
cratic. They aro lifelong friends and
hew aro of them. Those who cremated
the nntlves In Honolulu aro now psklng
you for your votes. How shameless!
You nil know that Ulklnl Colburn lu
Honolulu, it was he who betrayed your
Queen to,Mr. Thurston when Sam Par
ker 'was Premier. How then can yol
conscientiously Join with the Demo
crats that aic being championed by
Colburn, Kinney and McClanahaii?
How deep Is jour patriotism?
The lenders of tho Democratic patty
In Walluku nre three newcomers, cur-pet-baggers
and they make nice bed
fellows for Thus. Clark. O how It
grieves me to think how Clark had de
serted us and hud Joined the ranks ol
tho Democrats for mercenary consider
ations. Not only strangers to our
country, carpet-baggers, nro abusing
mo but my countrymen are also Injur
ing me. Hut my skin Is ro thick thn:
no spear can penetrate Wilcox. Hut
alas Wilcox Is poorer than Christ an t
Sam Parker Is rich indeed, for his gold
Is higher than Manna Kea. As for
Prlnco David, well ho Is nn Innocci.t
lad, and ho ought to stay at home, for
tho Democratic member of Congress
who called him an apo In tho newspa
pers does not want to sco his faco on
In answer to a question put by one ot
tho bystanders, Wilcox said thnt one
Frank Austin In Honolulu, tho saint
ono who betrayed tho late King Knla
kaua to tho Reform party, approached
him and asked him If the Republican
party would give him (Wilcox) $3000
would he stay out, and that he scorncl
tho scoundrel, and that tho reason that
ho did not kick him was that he wa-i
not even worthy of that.
Wilcox spoke to the natives of Wal
chu on Thursday night, and on Frldiy
morning he went to Lahalna Intending
to mako n speech tlie.ro prior to taking
tho Klnau for Honolulu the samo evening.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - $100,000
Capital, paid up, $48,861
W. O. Achl President A Msntger
M.K. Nakulnr...... Vice President
J. Makatnai .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson BeoreUry
Geo. L. Desha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The above Company will buy, leaso,
or sell lanJj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has bouses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-yI
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
VT We will Buy or bail Beal Estate is
U parts of the group .
tW We will Sell Properties on BaasoD
1 bl Commission! r
1FFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
amis, brokers nnd Jobbers.
H. P. BALDWIN - President
J. U. CASTLE...- 1st Vice-President
W. M. ALEXANDCH....2nd Vice-President
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Audltoi
Sugar Factors ani
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Titles . .
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co,
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugat Co.
Kahului Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. ft.
W. G.Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ot atas
Baldwin Locomotive Works, at
i-miaucipiiin, l'cnn., u. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
K. Ohiandt & Co.'s Cheralcnl Fertllfc
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Fw
tlllzcrs for Cano nnd Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pino Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
I'arafflnc Paint Co.'s P. & O. Palnta
and Papers; Lucol and Llnue
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (n cold-water paint), V
white nnd colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, LlaM
CASTLE & COOKB
CARLEY At Pala. Maul, October 23,
1800, to tho wife of E. I). Carley, i
The ever popular Rainier boer Is bo-
Hawallans nlavthlncs If the Hawallans ' coming a household word and "will
nro not cautious. 1 you have a glass of Seattle" Is moro
Ono of tho saddest ovents In our po
litical history Is that right In this hall
a few weeks ago a handful of
often heard than anything olsc. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap cr
a a it :: - it u - a x
DEAD IN HEAPS .
MARK THE TRAIL OF WAR
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially Invited to
.all and inspect our gallery of life-
size royal photos, from Kamehamehi
I. to date.
At tbo Old Stand
On Fort Street s:
To. Em Piintatl'4 Co.
Tb. W.i.iu. AfTloilnv.l C, L ,:
To. Kod.I. Su. ar Co
Tho Walam. Sugar Mill Co.
Tb. Kolo. Agricultural C..
Tb. Fullon lion Work.. Si. l.ila, Mo,
Tb. Standard OH Co.
Tb. Co. F. Blah. Suara Peat.
Tn.N.w England Llf.lnaur.au Co, allot
Tb. tn. Fir. loa. Co. ol Hanlorl, Ihi
Tb. Alll.nc. Atluranca Co eg to.. .
a New Lot of . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manaai
Claus Sprockets Vice President,
w. m. uinaro ..second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Be.
Geo. J. Rosa AudilM
ionti or thi
J0IANI0 STEAMSHIP 00HPAKT
OF SAN FBANOIBOO. OAL
Star Oyster House
COKNfcK FOKT AND IIOTLLTSTS.
AND GET IN
THE BAND WAGON!
If they were not, whenever you
happened to have a want, all you
would hive to do would be to
work up a "think" or two and
people would rush to you like bits
of metal to a magnet. As it Is.
though, the easiest, quickest and
cheapest thing you can do, Is to
P, O. Box 7S IitinJ Corrtiponinc Sottcltfrl.
FINKE & ASBAHR.
Cut anil Growing Plants, Sprays, Bou
Decorators tor weuaings anu Recep
tions. Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty.
Next to Williams' Undertaking Parlors.
Tung Crow, China, Aug. 30. It Is
eighty miles by river from Tien Tsln
to this place, and now, two weeks af
ter tho allied forces marched through,
tho Blgns ot war and devastation aro
moro apparent than they were at first.
Posts have b.een stationed at Intervals
ot a few miles ,nnd the troops linvo
completed the work ot desolatlonand
Tho villages that wereonly partially
burned are now utterly destroyed, as
v W. THRUM
tOOM NO. 10, BPRECKEL6 BLOOB
PUnUtlon Work a Specialty.
bloodthlrstlncss and cruelty of some
At this place, which Is tho river post
for Peking, two coolies who had been
towing a Russian boat, nnd who lay
down to rest at tho completion of their
task, were Bclmd by four Russian sol
diers, thrown Into the wntcr and while
swimming wero used as targets and
shot to death.
. Tho Japaneso feed and treat their
I coolleB well, hut do not pay them. Tho
Americans and English pay their la
borers thirty cents a day, Mexican,
thoy wero found to be hiding places and furnish rations of rlco. Vegetables
for snipers, who attacked single travel- are obtainable free all along tho river
era and occasionally small parties. The banks. No complaint has been mnr.o
American and English troops are dally of tho German treatment, but tho
supplied with chickens and eggs by French beat them cruelly. There are
tho Chinese, who sell tho chickens at a few Chinamen In this part of China but
dollar a dozen and eggs for ono dollar who will ngreo with tho lato Gen. Sher
a hundred, man's famous remark that "War Is
Tho Chinese avoid Russian camps, as 1 hell," and China Is today paying doar
Steaks and Chops,
Oysters any Style,
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
I, a llolal Slr.et. II, I.
the Russians aro oven now killing thorn
In the most brutal nnd cold-blooded
manner, Irrespective ot ago and sex.
There Ib hardly a man In the Chinese
relief expedition who has not a story to
tell of Russian barbarism of which
ho has been an eye witness. Somo of
tho stories nro so oxcruclatlngly revolt
ing that It Is dlfilc'ult to bellove them.
It Is lmposslblo to go far on the river
without floating bodies passing your
ly for her sins nnd folly,
Tho dogs and hogs along tho river
bank aro living off human llesli, nnl
ulong tho roads and rivers horrlhlo
sights nro witnessed. Tho stench of
putrid flesh Is fearful. Nono nro burled
and t))ero nre no vultures such as aro
found In most Oriental countries, tho
dogs and hogs being tho only scaven
gers. American soldiers aro not eating
Chinese pork nt present, but Germans
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tallore
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CUSS WORK GUARANTEE!.
Union at. near Hotel isoj
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb n, BU.
bibwe ca, m.,
Qums U al. Hooolulo H.I
Hawaiian Agricultural Co?aay, Aaarltu ttai
Company, Oolcala Sugar Plant. Co , Oaoa,..
Co., Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co., Mtfcl
Sugar Co , HaUaaala HancD Co., Molokal Ra.abi
PUntar'a Lin. San U 3tco Pacim baa. Ir sf
k Co.'. Lino ol Botfun Ptckat.
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooke, President! George t.
Robertson, Mansgert K. F, BTalura
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. ,
Allen, Audit ir; r. v. Jones, 11. Water
house, Geo. It. Carter, Directors.
Young St., bet. Alapal & Kaplolanl Sts,
Newly furnished rooms with board.
Also table board. Telephone n7i Blue.
b.nertl Manage? ol
T IqolUble Lift AuntUM Booittf
Of tba TJnlted Btatea lot the Bawl
Ortuat M.fflhsnt (treat. Hor
Art Bmbroldery Tu tight.
boat, not the bodies ot Doxcrs killed fccem to bo fond of It, many hogs be
lli action, hut thoso ot coolies killed Ing shot by n regiment that recently
Kaoa. Calabaihai, Ltlt. Natlv. Mali, Hula Skirt..
polh"M'aatlyonban4'.',, S"4,tEUPHONEoYo ,or no other PurI'03e tnan l0 wtlate the , marched fiom Tien Tsln to Peking,
Lessons In AnT EMBROIDERY will
bo given by Mrs. II, II. Williams at the
City Furnlturo Store, Fort street,
First Class stamping dont.
MRS. II. H. WILLIAMS.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
hropein and American Dry food
Fo t and Queen Btreets.
H. HACKFFLD k CQUi
.EHEIUL COMMISSION AflKTl
Oor.Fort and Queen Streets Boaolata