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evrNwo nnu.KTiN. noNoi.oi.n. t. it.. Wednesday. Jjow 7,j9a',
Honolulu Commandery Regular
, 6 p. m.
I' All VlSlUUg Illt'lliutia ui wiw
, order arc cordially Invited to at
' tend meetings of local lodge.
.1. .-,., t - !.
HARMONY JtJDQE, No. 1, I. 0. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
in I 0. O F. HaM, Tort street.
E It. II1:N1)UY. Socrctnry.
C. 0 1I0TTKU N. (I.
All vlsltlns bro'.hcra very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. Of P.
Meett every Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
ttreft. Visiting brutbcri cordially In
'Ited to attend.
O. J. WHITEHEAD. 0.0.
P. WALDHON, K.n.a.
OAHU UODQE, No. 1, K. f P.
Meets every Friday eventrg at
K. P. Hall, King e'.rcct. at 7:30. Mem
bera ot Mystic Lodjc, No. !, Wra. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and vliltlog
brother cordially Invited.
A. I). nOND. C. C.
A. 8. KKNWAY, K.H.B.
HONOLULU LODQC 1, . P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge. No. 616, D. P. 0. B.,
vrlll meet In their ball, n Miller
and Berctanla atrcets, every Friday
By order of tho V. R.
HARRY II. 8IMPSON,
H. B. MURRAT, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No. B, K.ef P.
Keeta every Saturday evening at
1:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
'.rt Visiting brotbera cordially in
iti to attend.
,M. M. JOHNSON. CO.
E. A. JACOIiaON, K.R.O.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tbe Snd and 4th WCDN1CH
DAY evenings o! cacb month at 7:3'
(clock In K. of P. Hall. King strcL
Visiting Eaglo3 are Invited tr- at
DAM McKEAOOK. W.P.
II. T. MOORE. W. Socy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meet every second and fourth
FRIDAY ot each month In I. O. C. F
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. D63, Y. M. I.
Meets ovcry second nnd fourth Wed
nesday of each month nt Ban Antonln
HaJJ. Visiting brothers cordially In
vlfra to attend.
T. P. McTinilE. Pres.
K. V. TODD, Secy.
Election Is Pao
Business men. Whether the retulta
re satisfactory or not, doesn't weak
11 our argument that you ought to
scp your delivery wagon In first.
lass repair. You will fjaln atoro preo-
ge by It and that begeta more trade.
Furthermore, you should have the
wagon repaired here, as we'll do It
Ight and at tho Right Price, too.
27 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 103.
C. W. ZEIGLCR.j...v..f.'M"aer
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Morlern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES tor Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to 4PB WORK, and repair
txecuted at srJorteit notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contracting and Jobbing,
llousepalntlng, Paperhanging, Grain
Ing, Kaltomlnlnrj, Brick, Cement anil
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle,- the
fclgn painter, corner Hotel and Union
atrcets. PHONE MAIN .181
tTTc HAWAIIAN nCALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD,
ru ifitaU, Mortgioe, Loin and In
OINcei Mnlnlyrs Pldg lloiiululu, T.I I.
p. 0. BOX SM, PHONP MAIN Ml
UULLC1IH ADS, PAY TJWUi9 uvwooMliv Jay. For SI year.!
i Tffe r
LH Whisky rTj (-4
IKVfH . - "J : l z ,
hlftH.jaa "Si I P""1
For Over 60 Years
fci lim been uurd .for over sixtv
Yl'.AKS riv .Mii.Liu.NH or Mothers
1NO, wllh perfect succcu. IT
hOOTlll-H tho Cllir.n. 60FTEN3
tho (iUMfl, ALLAYS all pain,
CURKS Wl't COLIC nd li tha
F3 belt remedy (or DIAUHIIU:A. Sold
F hv I)riit.p.UI In rvrrv rnirt nl thft
tvnrM. ln uru find aiic for Mrs.
Vfini low'a Uootbtnff Syrupand tnko
no other kind. 35 ccats a Bottle.
per S. S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
of our clothing attention are satisfac
tory. Why not telephone us?
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., AUkea Street.
Private Cottage "Johnson House
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINO..
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457,
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT STREET.
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
Tho best smoke sold
this market. Try It
IIAYSr.LDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDQ.
' CHOICE SF.LUCTION
OF PINC JLWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY,
Tb ii Wky IIiIIIIdii of Urn llvvnlnt
llulletln kIvw n -nu'llu suminirv of
Tl 71 New assortment of 17T
Japanese anil Chb -Y
Anese mattings Just a
I Glance critically at I
youro anil sec If you
l I don't need a change. '
I HANDSOME T
M LEWEItSfi COOKE. jV
T 177 U KING GT. 1
LOCAL 1ND iENERAL
You may disarm a difficulty In a ma.
jorlty of Instances by timely Bulletin
Want advertising. ,
Autni for hire at Tcr. Stables.
Kckahn sugar mill started to grind
llcut cup of coffee In Hie city. N
Lilly's Poultry I'ixmI and irpp.itu
lions itt C. .1. Day's.
Alter mller Bliallng go to tho I'oliweb'
ftnfn tm.l II it- fit infi-ouhttidtilu V
., Vl . ,ox l " . U .V .
llnWfll-.l If nfl.flln.1 It. Vllllfliv linlpl. !
M..ii i .1...1 ,.... ... ii, i,,
tlar. 1, $l.r.o and 2 per week. 1243
t..... ..ill I.. -II .Ulh .1.1. .t.n.lna I
-" v"" ' "-"..
c id. at Whitney S. Mansli'a Friday
Bpeclal thin week.
Election It mcr hut Die Export lint
Cleaner, opposite Chili Slnlilex, Is Dt 111
ixpcrtly rleuilng hats.
Treat jour Iron roof to i coat ol
"Arable." Thcro la mi better prcscrv
nttvo made. California Feed Co.,
Damlcn Cntincil of the Y. M. I. will
hold Ihclr regular meeting tonight
Vldltlng InotherH cordlall Inv Itcil lo
Tho llo.ird of Supervisors met jester
day afternoon In accordance with tliti
rrriulrcments of law, and Immediately
A notice In candidates In tho Terri
torial cli-illon held Nmcinbcr fi. 190(1,
In re Itemized ftatements, Is pulillKlieil
In this Issue.
The electric light Is tin- modern light
In die whole civilized world It has rcl-
egiitf.it, all other forum of lighting to
. IWaUtlkl Inn is now owned by W. 0.
Mflrgin. Accommodations, auppiicn
and attendanco ahsoliitely first class.
1 Incst bathing on the bcaor..
Mrs. Sarah U Dexter received a
cablegram from her son, It, A. I)exler.
yesterday announcing the With of -i
son tti Mrs. It, A, Dexter.
Mrs, Hodgson, ti-nchcr of iilaiio and
einglng. with it sludlo nt 213 Vineyard
ctrccl, has hail twenty cara' exper
ience. Lessons i;hcn at our hiiiuo If
Tho (lovernmciit tug (lencral Mif
flin Is taking tho plaeo nt Han Fran
cisco of tho tug Slocum whllo tho lat
ter Is away lo tow the transport Sher
idan from Honolulu In tho Coiibt.
The lionaiulu street Hallway Hone
fit Association will gltc Its Hceond
annu.il Khirtnalsi ilamo at I'loiebb
Hall Saturday eM-nlng, Nmcmher 17th.
'1 lekets SO cciita each. For salo by all
C'lmii. R. Frarlcr wishes It under-
btooil that neither lie nor the Pioneer
Advertising Co. have any connection
or Interest wh.tlEuowr In the P. D. A.
Collection Agency which Is located In
the same building.
I Tho concert to ho held nt St. Clem
ent's Fair on Friday evening next will
Lo qulto Informal, During tho pauses
between music refreshments will bo
served and an opportunity will bo giv
en to purchase articles at the vnilous
Tho American four-masted hnik
Manga lteva arrived at l'hllailelpiil.t
October 26 with augnr from Hnwntl,
after n quick voyage of llfi days. The
Manga Hova, under tho command of
Captain Tnwnsend, Is proving to he a
last nnd lucky bill p.
Tho transport Thomas on her arrival
at San Frnnelsco will go out of com
mission for threo months, during which
Itmo she, will undergo a thorough ovei
linullng. During that period she will
ho mado practically Into a new vessel,
and when sho ngnln begins her woik
In thn fransport service slm will he
tho "queen" of tbe ransport service.
Whllo Bhe Is being repaired her plaeo
will bo taken on the run by Ihc trans
Tho New Zealand House of Reprc
i.enlallves on October "ii approved Ihn
lenewnl of the S.m Francisco mall suh
fdily for three jears, with Iho proviso,
however, that new steamships shall ho
irovlilcd within two jears. If this Is
not done, thn Postmaslcr (Icncinl Is
empowered to give six months' nullin
of the withdrawal of the biihsidy. A
maximum subsidy of (tlio.OflO Is also
uutliorired, steamships making the
nyugc In eighteen days to gel $:!niii).
A new move bus been made In tho
Eltt nil" Court In regard to tl(o suit of
Carrie 11. Itlggs vs. Julia Afong ot al.
Tho plaintiff, through her1 ndorneys,
i-iovtil Hint tho court Issuo an onlcr
lunt lestlmony In regard lo tho easo
he taken from Tony Afong In Hong
- , lll.ll. ..... ..,.r.. ... ......h
Victor .Hobart! Dcacop, who Is
lo ho n. repiifahlo 'ntlorney in
tin Chinese, city, was recommended ns
tl (ommlssloner lo represent the
iulv Judge Dq Dqlt, .granted tho mo-
lion, as. outlined
t i- '' '; U .' I
rTrirrhAhrr rii m umni1
.iriniiiirr.i nil in nnuH
.imsievcdoresniThe Campaign Funds
The trnulilo among Iho stovedorcs nt
llio Oceanic wharf, which developed
Monday night, lia's been sctlled, nl-
lliough ihn men had not. ucen pam up
1. Is tlaleil it Ihn wrtarf that ll,rrtwk ' ul""a " most complete.
'triiublu wan eiiua'eil liy ir Clilnebe.Ila- Tl,cre ' some handsome patterns
wallaii laborer, fhn Blurted Iho ngiia-! amoivj them and the fall color tones
Hon. Tlip nifii, had not been paid for ,irc beauties.
.heir work on llm Aole., ..uiUcfubCil lo netler tome ( a ook A ,,,,
niirK-iui inn t,"iiic yii 'w '" ",vou nr,i.
money Tho iuoukj' wna romly for lhein,,'uu on,c
but us Iho Coptic had been nIkIiioiI.I ,
Wharf llnnH llelly cahl llicin vviia mil III UI i,rt C, ft
umi- in puy Iheni off. Tlmy iffiisctl in T i Tf Alulllu tt WU)
km in work until lliPV hinl hcull lialil.
ilnvviior, iiidnt, of ihu'lii ilhl udiiru t"
wink )iMiiiiduy iiiornnitr, nun iim i;op-
! llol liwiiy lit 6 ! I laH vKMlHII
v v .jt m v
Hs te Uo eyeglasses
the noco correctly. the
other Incorrectly. There la no one
eyeglass that will fit all noses, but
...I. 1 I...1-- II ltli. .'j l-.-.l
uur iuti incmucs mc qgii ana idic&(.
To know the style best edited for
each particular nose and how to
adjust It la part of our skill.
BOSTON BUILrilNO, FORT STREET,
Over' May & Co.
MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FF.NCE & MONUMENT WCRK8.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG.. 176-180 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
New York. Nov .- CliarlcB E.
Hughes, thjltcjiiihlliiin candld.ilo for
Governor, 'has carried New York by
::0.l00 majority over Hearst. (Uem.).
Tho follotvlng Slnlus. In mlilllluu to
New- York havo gone Republican:
The following Ktalen In ndditlnn to
the Solid South have gono Ucmocratlc:
Colorado goes Jlcpuhllcan by 15,1100
majorlly; Indiana hy I5.U0O; Mass.i
thiibctts hy 10,000; I'cnnsj tvjiiil.t, 100,
000; Coiinei llcut. 20,000.
Arizona hns dcfenled Statehood,
Congressional returns nto as fol
lows: Republican, 192: Demuciats,
115, mlsilrg, 10.
Sjieaker Cannon nnd Representative'
l.ongworlh aro clcclcd.
Ilnliiock of Wlscoiuln has been ile
fealcd. S.m Franclscti, Nov. 7. (Illicit, Re
piililhau nnmlnei) for (iovernor, has
tan led C.illfornl.i by JJO.OOO majority.
Tin- clly has gono Republican by 1200.
With Ihc exception of Murgnu nil tliu
Ituef noiuliKTS for Judges havo been
EKI.ANIMlltEENFlEI.D-ln this clly,
Nnv. fi, lBlMi, nt St. Clemeufs Chapel,
hy Rev. John llhhoiirne, Ellzalicth,
ihiugliler ot O.J'2. IJltjninl of Evva, lo
I'. E. (Irecnllclirtif Evva.
DEXTEII-AI Aiieklanil, N. 7... Nov
'. IHfJii, to, Mr, uiv4 MrA. 1UA. Dexter,
are probably almosft depicted.
i just the opposite with us-our fall
we'll guarantee to lit.
C3 King St,
I'HOIIC BLUB 811. Pi 0, U B
Time To Order .
Several customers have already, or
dered GIFT BOOKS for Christmas de
livery. It's a matter of forethought
that results In presenting what they
want to give and the recipient getting
what he wilt appreciate. Defay means
a hurried visit to some store at the
last moment and the purchase of some
glfncrack altogether unsatisfactory. .
Whether It's a single volume or a set
i of books you wish to present, we can
chow you the styles or Binding, etc.,
and guarantee delivery for the holi
days. s .
FOR CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS.
Wm. G. Lyon. Co,
TORT AND HOTEL'STREETS
Illr.nk books ot all aorta, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the bulletin Pub
OF OAHU COAST
Had Hit' new chart of I lie toast of
Oaliu f i oni Miil.npu Point to llnrher's
Point been in Iho possession of Cap
tain IValio.ly the Sheridan would not
Lava cone onto Ihn reef off thn lattci
,,. Tin. Hlierlilnn nnil nnluire nil
X,EM a)i T, new chart Is dated
August :: and or course Captain Poa
y )imi nol HCCIl (.
when the trnnsimrt grounded, al
though sho was pretty tlosc In, Cap-
lain I'enhody's chart showed deep wn
ler wliero hu wns. The new chart Is
sued hy Iho hydroginphlt' scrvlco
hhow.t that Ihu foul ground extends out
thrt-c-tenlhs of n mile farther than la
Hhuwn by I he old chart. The latter
wna probably eoriccl. Captain Peahody
Ihlnks. for tho time when It was Is
Micd, but slnco Hint tlmo tho reef hai
'eon growing, at tho end where thn
Shclidnn stranded, through tho itccu
r.iilatlon of debris from Iho sliore, un
til now It extends nut far enough tu
Imperil a vessel sailing close to Iho
danger line, ns shown by tlm old
chart. Tho new chart of that part of
Iho coast will probably savo other yen
tels from going on tho extension
Iho reef iib tho Shcrldnn did.
KNOWN IN HAWA1
John Slemsen, who claims lo bo n
Hawaiian, nnd who Is under arrest In
San Francisco for Iho murder " nl
FrlPde nnd Iho Japanese hank officials,
well Known on Haw-all. Ho has
I (en In prliion several limes in Urn
Tenllory for petty stealing. Suveral
yearn ago lin developed Into n handy
boy wllh bis hands and boxed sevetal
times In the ring nl llllo wllh men
I mm tho linnsporls. HU last match
wai with Iho male of n lumber sehnoii.
it nnd hy whom he wan knocked out.
Just before going Into tho ring tho
Inst tlmo he wns nrrcsted for stcallu;
u pair of kIioch from n man rooming'
In n lodging house whero Sicmsen hnj
lila hcndqnnrlers. For n lime befor'J
becoming a boxer hfl was engaged nu
nsi-lstnnt engineer In Iho cleclrle light
works In llllii and wns considered a
lalrly good man, After being arrested
lor Mealing the shoes hu disappeared
Iroiu llllo nnd was next heard of In
San I'r.iuilsto serving time for role
Mill: the mom of olio of the Hawaiian
idngers who happened to bo playing
an engagement lucre.
SIcniM'ii's brother Chnrlln Is Iho bus
us iiriiuier uuiiriin is inn 1111s
I lin daughter of Postmaster
llllo and wug at one limn n
iJi-.'iia in nun nun was at. one iiuin u I
tlutk In llit ollleu nf tho Superintend-
rill nf Piil.ll,. VOnrLu linrn Alinllint I
biolher has been employed by tho Vol-1
fluid Slablca Co., In Jlllo, nl- vnilnuJ
The I ninth iiuuual nicvHiiK of Hie
Ili'iUncu'ii lusllliile will hn In-ld oil
'I humility, November x. at 7. If p, m In
Hie ball nn King and Ihtlii'l streets, The
iiiKiam will liului'lo some inimical
lltliuhnis und the lending nf leporls of.
Hie IiikIIIIiii'. 'Urn Jlumilulu Million b
t, uuiintieiluR llttl, beiwMii I he I'ucilir
mti. Aiiiriilia t'liiiia mill Japan and1
Ir will kiMivvu ilinmiiliuiil tlm wiirln
Mini Inu mil wllh mine, .
ZMT BULLETIN ADS. PAY -
May Cause, Many
Already Hit' lalk hns started round
the town of the plums which will' I'll
distributed by the next Hoard of Su
pervisors, Ah the Democrats wljl iiavn
a working majoflly, It Is certain that
Iheio will bo many changes mado In
Ihn County departments, and there
aro Iwo positions for which' It Is said
that applications are being, mado oven
First, nnd moil Important of these,
Is the position of Road Supervisor,
now held by Sam Johnson, 8am as
leader of Iho uncalled "road machine"
In sure to he one of tho first to bo
submitted to decapitation. Although
he has done his work In n most capa
ble manner, and this has never been
contested even by his bitterest politi
cal enemies, ho has been too active In
support of Iho Republican ticket to n'l-
low this In stnnd In the way of tbe
tninhig administration. There Is surO
to be n hitler fight over his position,
as It not only carries with It n good
salary, hut also an amount of political
Influcnco which Is oven more than thn
salary In an ambitious politician.
Tho oilier Job Is one which Is now
held by Henry Vidn, that of Assistant
Sheriff. Whllo this Is n position which
belongs lo tins pntronngc of tho Sher
iff, his choice must be confirmed hy
Ihn Hoard of Supervisors and even
now there Is lalk of a spilt In (lip mat
ter If n terlnln selection Is made. It
is said Hint In this en so the Repuhll
inns would Join-wllh Ihc minority of
Demoernls and slop Ihc appointment.
Jack Kalaklcla has chosen this posi
tion ns his reward for his efforts In
helping Ihn Democratic party io vic
tory, though Just how they feci toward
lilm nfler his many and sudden con
versions of political faith fs pot easy
lo state. There will he numerous can
didates who will apply for this posi
tion and Inula n is lucky If ho can
mnkn nil appointment which will ho
satisfactory to himself without alien
ntlng many of his friends.
BROWN WAY ASK
(Continued from Pagt 1.)
by A. M. Hrown in bundle this matter,
and )im may bo suro Hint thcro wilt
ho a ircouul."
Herbert Mossman, the chairman of
Ihe Democratic County Committee, who
has been In full charge, of tho campaign,
was asked whether the Democrats
would oppose nny attempt mado by
Brown In scrum n recount
"No, 1 don't think Hint we will," ho
ralil. "I Iicllevo that If there Is n re
count wo will ho alilo lo thioiv out Iho
entlro v'oto of tho Sixth Precinct of tho
Fourth District, Sam Johnson's pre
cinct Marked ballots were used thcro
and tho election wns not fair. A mere
comparison of tho results In tho Fifth
and the Sixth, whero thn population Is
about tho same, and Iho voto should ho
practically Identical, will ace that there
was something wiong In tho Sixth. 1
tell you, Mr. Sam Johnson hns como lo
Ihe end of his political rope. I bet you
l.e tloej not want a recount.
"When 250 Kanakas aro 'given ?5 n
piece, somebody la going tt apeal," be
In Iho mennllme Sheriff Drown has
determined lo demand n recount If ho
ran find any grounds to do so on.
Theso he expects lo find, not In unfair
work done by tho Democrats, hut In
the fact that n large number of ballots
was thrown out.
"Yes; I will demand a recount If
l hero nro any grounds for doing so on,"
raid Drown this noon. "The mailer
Is now In the bands of my attorneys,
hut I have not talked It over with
them yet. Judgo dear Is ono of my
nltorno)s. I know nothing much nhout
Iho ballots being rejected except from
hearsay, hut I am nt present having
lhot figures gathered from ovcry pro
clnct. I havo ngtjiejrd of any ctook'
cd yrprkidonqjiy (J19 Democrats."
- i-'T. 1.. '.
,,Tho chief ,,o( pollen,, of, Seattle, he
levifi JhaLprliu', hghters bring crim
inals and oilier undesirables In their
tialn, ,1ms ordcreilall pugilists, train
ers," and tit horn, conner,tri with tho
rlug4aJoavo..tha.cUyiir Uikc up some
Don't Vou wSnt'to be wlcc7 If you
(lo,' do' as wise smokers are doing
,,5 g. Me
I J f "
1 -L flj XA
, 5c CIGAR
The manifold vlrtuks ot1 the nough
Hldcr Cigar wltl' convince" the most
skeptical smoker' after a thorough
Utah that It Is matchless for its fla
vor and i ,i sweet smoke, Why not
COnMCH H0TBU AND fOUT 8T6,
Will be Towed To Coast
.'v By Buford and
Tho transport Sheridan, nfler her
long stay nt this port. Is lo sail for San
Francisco, tomorroV morning nt I
o'clock. In tow of the arm tug Slocum
and the transport lluford. She Is lo
ho (ovviyl! outside tho h'drb'or by (ho lug3
Slocum nnd Fearless, where sho will
he Joined, by tho Huford. Tho Jailer
vessel will put her tnvvlng line aboard,
and will In her turn tnke nhoard thai
of the SloVurh. Tho three vessels wllf
proceed on(thcr wny tandem, fashion
Communication among them will ho
by means of" a tclcphono eorvlco, which
c lo be Installed. The Instruments ntnl
wires nro already In position aboard the
three vessels, Tho connecting wlrct,
heavily lnstt.la.tcd,. aro to lie strapped
to n three-Inch rope, and It is thought
Hint by keeping them slack enough, '
there will bcjlttlc danger of their. part
ing. In rase communication of this
kind, however, should be Interrupted.
Iho vessels will be able to signal one
nnotner by means of wigwagging, slg
nnl men being stationed aboard each
Providing favorable weather prevails.
Captain Smith ot the Slocum hopes In
make San Francisco within fifteen days.
The wlnil is now more liable to be from
the couthwest, which will aid rather
than retard the passage. Hut nt thla
reason ot ihc year rough weather may
it Is regarded as unfoi lunate that
the Sheridan tould nol get nway somo
weeks ago, ns sho might easily have
done so far as Ihc repairs to the vessel
herself were concerned. Hut Iho going
nshoro of thn Manchuria and Mongolia
so near the tlmo thnl the Shcildan did,
delayed the latter. The two liners took
nway with them the cables needed by
tho transport, and these bad to bo sent
back from San Francisco. Then repairs
were begun on Iho 'Slocum, nt San
Francisco, which waa lo tow the trans
port, and that delayed matters again.
So the Sheridan hai been in port much
longer than would iavo been necessaiy
tould sho have left as soon ns bIio wn
icady. Hut those who have met Cap
tain Peahody will bo rather Inclined to
wish Hint his vessel wcro going to re
main here longer, or nt least, that he
were going to do" so.
It is undecided ns yet what course
the Sheridan and her consorts will Inko
to the Coast, though probably a com
roalto lourso will ho followed, so ns to
bring the southwest winds astern and
nlso avoid tho northwest trades.
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4 Tho Carson Clly News of Tcxns
A copy of Ihe Evening llulletln,
published nt Honolulu, reached
this office last week. It Is dated
f September the 20lh, shows to bo
eighteen years old and contained
twenty pages tho bIio of tho Dal- 4-
las News. Editorially nnd typo-
4 graphically It Is nhout as good ns 4
eighteen years old and contained
twenty pages tho bIio of tho Dal
las News. Editorially nnd typo
graphically It Is nhout as good ns
anything wu an shoW upon this
anything wo an shoW upon this
side ot the great wntcrs and its ad- N
verusing patronago speaks elo-
qucnlly of the business acumen of
our Ocm of tho Pnclflc.
The News man had nhout over-
looked tho fact that wo had any
Interests over there amounting to
much and It wns a surprise as well 4
t as a pleasure to pcruso Iho pages
of the Evening llulletln and find
t out that tho people over there' were
-f not a whit behind us of tho main- 4
land, either In business, social or .
other advantages. 'Wo, according-
ly doff our hat to our brcthien of 4
4- Hawaii, nnd also Invito thobti of
our readers- who feel curious 4
enough to cnll at this office nnd -t
f read tho Honolulu Evening Ilul-
t "For long it puzzled me," Sir Chas.
Ilrooko writes In Country Life, "to
know what Irish poachers did wllh the
birds they shot In July. There Is no
rohlctorago In the north nf Ireland,
ibuij they h.iVQ discovered uu excellent
Mibstltute. The birds nrp burled four
or live feet dcop in dry peat, and, 1 am
told, .come out .perfectly fresh at tin
end of two or thrro weeks."
JJsv.'For,Rent" crd-on sale at
the Bulletin-office. :j
,s icailv lo exainliii-
h l-'ltEE .nnl mmir
ui unco ior iMCing llicm III
rooiI roiulilion. F.ven Ihinvoiiare
mirier tig iihlisailon 10 employ in,
Bui when ymi r.eo our vvotk and
hmv painlessly Heoieralil,ypu will
plate) out leclh I'l "r aie,
1,1 trwiiiihON, 11 11 s
IS" ot Si.
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