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THE EVENING BOLLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 12, 1898.
utllshtJ Every Day, except Sunday, at ato King
lreel, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
V, K. HAKRINOTON
Bujinesj Office 2511. CJltotlal Room, 100.
PculoMce Box, 404,
It rcmniua to bo socu vuelhr
Roosevelt will havo n rough poli
As to tho trip of tho Mnunn Lou
nnd Kiiiiiu, the pnssongers Inst to
arrivo in Lnlminu will probably
claim thero was no rncn.
Thoro is nn nflluity between tlio
dog nnd tho Advertiser which onr
contemporary forgot. When tho
respeotivo masters whistle tho dog
responds by obedience.
As tho American soldiers are to
voto from the Held, tho New York
boys ought to gpt up a fow torch
light proco8shii3 and give tho
people a foretaste of a good old
fashioned American election.
Von AVyck seoms to bo a popu
lar family for political purposes
in Now York just now. The De
mocratic candidate for Govornor
is a brother of tho Grontor New
York Van Wyck. These- mon
have a enpneity of saying little
themsolvcs and letting tho bossed
do tho work.
Senator Ilanua'B warning to
Republicans in tho fall campaign
is indicative of a disposition
among the rank nnd file to believe
tho war would carry them into
Congressional power uithout
much effort. The CouimUsary of
tho War Department has played
havoo with tho Republican party.
Less than ono hundred million
dollars in the prico returning ou
gineers place on tho construction
of the Nicaragua Canal. As the
necessities foi tho construction of
this highway iuorease, the barririh
will bo constancy lessened. Tin
investigating engineers wore sent
to Nicaragua to bring bock a favo
rablo report if possible.
lMiii.ii'iu.NXN to hi: i:ixd.
That tho United States will hold
tho islacd of Luzon and eventual
ly all of the Philippines seems
reasonably assuied. Tho ipolinn
tion of the Pope to favor tho
transfer will have not o littlo in
fluence, particularly upon Spain.
As was shown by the Spanish
priests who passed through on the
Doric, tho fear of tbo insurgents
approaches honor. Spain has
clearly demonstrated her inability
to protect her subjects from Agui
nalilo's forces, and tho strong arm
of tho United States is recognizod
as holp in time of need. The
Popo can unquestionable exert a
power in Spanish counsels, and
prevent ary serious objections to
tho roleaso of tho island domain
to tho United States.
Tho ultra conservative power in
tho United Sthtes does not show
any strength. It 6eoms to bo conr--
po5P(l of a gathering of dyspeptics
who always opposo tho forward
march of tho nutiou and place
great strcFs upon the corruption
now existing. Fortunately for Hip
nation, tho loyalty of the poople
is not to bo gauged by the fears of
tho weok kneed.
out this fall, thero is great danger
of tho next House being Demo
cratic. Ho said tho Democrats wore
working tooth nnd nail ' in sixty
Congressional districts whoro in
18!)(i Representatives woro elected
by a vory small njargiu. llauna
said: "Evory Ropublican must
get out and work.
"This is an otTyoar whou tho op
position usually caius somo suc
cesses. Dospito tho gloriousouding
01 1110 war wuu opain,iuerois grea
deal of apathy, and that's always
bad. Ono reason for this apathy
is that the oQices nro all distribut
ed and men have not an object to
work for, as in tho Presidential
llauna said tho financial ques
tion was still top-Bido-up and
would figure in tho Congressional
elections. II o declared that in all
State conventions hold so far, ex
cept Now York, Now Jorsey and
Connecticut, tho Chicago deliver
ance- has boon accoptcd.
Hrnntor (luay Arrrnteil.
Philadelphia, Oct. 2. Warrants
were issued today for tho nrrost of
United States Senator M. S. Quay,
his son, Richard S. Quay; ox-Stato
Treasuror Benjamin Haywood and
Charles H. McKeo of Pittsburgh,
law partner of Lieutenant Gover
nor Lyon. Thoy are accused of
conspiracy with John S. Hopkins,
fonnorly cashier of tho People's
Hunk, to uso publi monoys for
their own uso. Hopkins killed
himself last March, shortly before
the bunk's failure. Sonator Quay
nnd his son camo up from Atlantic
Oity as soon as thoy hoard of their
intended arrest. Thoy promptly
surrendered themselves, and Mag
istrate Jormon hold them in $5000
bail each for a hearing at noon
next Thursday. Senator Penrose.
collenguo of Quny, calls tho arrest
tho "last dastardly attack of his
onemies," and says "attompted as
sassination of chnracter has beon
ulmost the solo wpapon of attack
employed by Senator Quay's op
ponents for several years."
PEACE COMMISSION OPENS
Paris, October 3. Tho first
shot was fired today in tho pacific
duel now going on at Qua! d'
Orsay. Tho Spanish Commis
sioners wero staggored by tho de
mand for tho retention of tho
Philippines mado in a more or
loss modified form. Tho Spaniards
asked for time to weigh tho pro
position, nnd accordingly tho next
jo'ut meeting will not bo hold
until Friday. Tho nature of tho
American demands is not known,
but thoy woro of suoh a naturo
that tho Spanish Commissioners
requested time to consult Madrid.
Paris, October 3. Major-Gon-
eral Morritt, who commanded the
Amoncan troops nt Mnnila, ar
rived hore from Mnrseillos.
IT. M. S. RENOWN,
Halifax, N. S.,
Sept. 17, 1898.
Vacuum Oil Company;
Halifax, N. S.
Gentlemen : We have been
using your 600 W Mineral
Cylinder Oil and Aarine En
gine Oil for over a year, and I
can recommend them as giving
first-class lubrication in every
way, and they can be relied on
to do good work all around.
T. W. JOSE,
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods co. ! 3
Ni:V HT15AMH1II1' LINKS.
Murk Hatinn Kcitrea Ilia Parly.
Now York, October 3. Smntor
llauna has thoroughly scared tho
Republican loaders of this city
and Washington. Ho arrived
hero with ,011 ominous look on
his faco and alarming figures in
his vest pocket on baturday night.
It is those figures whic'" have
startled tho Republican loideis at
tho Capitol into such activity as
has not been seen at the Congress
ional Committfo's headquarters
therefor many a long day. In a
word, Hannn hoys that if tho full
Republican voto is nut himigut
llDlwrrn Han Dlt-tro ami Chlmi, ml Van
couver and VliiillvnatocU.
John J. Byrne, gonorol posson-
gor agent of tho Santa Fo Pacific
and Southern California Railway,
interviewed at San Francisco, said
that arrangements havo boen per
fected for tho inauguration of tho
new steamer lino that is to run
betweou San Diego and tbo
Orient. Tho now steamship com
pauy, which has a closo trafllo
arrangement with tho Santa Fo,
has chartered threo largo steam
ships, and tho sorvico will begin
with tho doparturo of ono of tho
boats from San Diego and tho
simultaneous doparturo of another
of tho vessels from Honkotic
about tho middle of Decembor.
Tho throe vessels which have
been chartered for tho service aro
tho Pelaian King, tho Carlisle
City and tho Oalanna. Tho last
has lately been in tho seivice of
tho Govornment as n transport.
All of tho throe vessels nro over
4000 toiiB and tho largest is 0500
tons burden All aro fast vessels
and aro expected to afford a semi
monthly service betwoen San
Diogo and tho Orient. Tho ves
sels will raako Honolulu, Yoko
hama, Houckong and other points
in China and Japan ports of call.
Vancouver, 13. C, Oct. 2. Tho
Canadian l'aciho Railroad will cs
tablishud a now tranB-Pacifio line.
The steamers Tartar and Athenian
of ovor 1500 tons will run between
Vancouver unci Vladivostok. Via
divoetock will bo tho terminus of
the tians-Canodian and trans
Asian line respectively.
aiv uuii uiuii
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian
GEAR, LANSING & CO,,
210 Kino Stiieet.
Stock nnd Ilonds bought nnd sold undor
tho rules nnd in tho board
rooms of tho
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PflMnlia .m,ta1,t.,f ..1. ..! 1. . .
Mnkawao, Muul,cau bo accommodated
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Tonus, $10 porwoek. 055-flm
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73 Beretania stieet,
Honolulu, H. I.
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Domestic Department This Week. I
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Our Second Big Shipment 5
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Ranging from 35c. to 7.50 per doz.
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Wo havo 300 pairs of LAOE CURTAILS,
"which wo "will soil from
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A pair to clean out tho consignment.
CITY EUM1TURE STOKE.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.'
Love Blools., 634-536 Fort Street.
A Few Days
We will sell some lines of
pjoods out at unheard-of prices
during the present week. You
need some things now, you
are constantly buying what we
have to sell. We will always
have what you want for sale,
but we must have room now.
You can save from 2 $ per cent
to SO per cent on many articles
if you attend to the matter now
and do not let the opportunity
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School Lunch Boxes!
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Tk Finger if Time
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Men's suits from $10 up In line all
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IX THE MATTER OF THE 1 STATE
of S. L. Kckumano, Jr., Mliior.fOn
reading unit Ming the "petition of S. L.
Kokuimilio, Quardlan, praying for nn
ordor of nulo of certain renl cstnte be
longing to said ward Hituato at Kama
keln, Honolulu, Oahu, at Pukoo, Molo
kal, and In tho 111 Ainu of l'unauln, in
tho Ahupuna of Mapulehu, Molokal'
and nesting fo-th coitaln legal) reasons
why such real ostalo should' bo sold.
It Is hereby ordered, that tho'uoxt of
kin of the said ward and all) norwum
interested in tho said oatnto, appear be
foro this Court on FRIDAY, the Ith
day of Xo ember, A. 1)., 1808. at 10
o'clock a. in., at tlio Court Room of this
Court, in Honolulu. Oahu, then nnd
thoro to hIiow caimo why an ordor
Hhould not bo granted for tho wilo of
Hy (ho Court:
P. 1). Kr.I.LOTT.JR.
Honolulu, October ft, 1 fells.
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