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ltreet, Honolulu, II. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.WPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON EJIIof
DANIEL LOOAN City Editor
Per month, an where in Hawaiian Islands . . .$ is
Per year " " " 8 "
Peryear.poMpald.toAmerlca.CanadnorMexIco 10 do
Per year, postpaid, other foreign countries 13 00
-ayable Invariably In gjvance,
Business Office !I5'I. EJitorlal Rooms, Mil,
Postonice Box, 404,
TIIUHSDAY, OCT. 20, 1SD8.
A prominent Spiininrd aitys
"Wnr is Bcieuco nnd eniiitnl."
Gouernl Sherman's definition still
holds good for tho weak sido nuy-
Tho people of this territory will
not be slow in ro8pondiu(j to tho
cnlls for ngsistunco consequent to
tho d.'st.uetion of tho Mriunnolu
Fort ptreM mori'linntfl nceept
tlio nilngo that the early bird
cntcheB the worm; tlioy nleo assort
tbnt tho enrly niorchnut catches
all tbo btreet swooping dust.
Tho big dealers nro getting into
lino on theKtock Exclimijo. Tho
financial music will soon bo sound
ing Wagner airs and tho monoy
barrels will be unlocked.
American Philippines will hold
much the Ranio position as British
Epypt. It is to bo liDpod bow
over that tlni United States will
never have a Chinese Gordon in
cident. Into the WHbto baskets rolled
the memorial. This is whnt the
Congressional historian is likely
to write when the Congressmen
pot thtou'jh with tho Hnwoiian
Col. JVyrin says no one knows
how much it e )sts hitn to r r
quired to k"ep quiet. Fui" ly
ho has iiifinriij" of the linii'H
when admission feos wpro charg
ed to hear him spi-ak.
Advocatps of free silver aie be
ginning to feel the fcivo of Co
saying tho harvest ready but the
laborers are few. Now Yoih can
not even Bud a omlida'o iw.niig
to run on a free siher pla.foiin.
Tho attitude of tho Adv. rtisor
toward Judge Wilcox h merely
another example of tbo viigpriesof
our morning contemporary. If it
expressed consistent opinions on
tho same subject throe days in
succession tho name of tho pnppr
would have to bo changed.
No candidates for tho Hawaii
judgeship; no i-audidut '8 for gov
ernor. Tbo number of people
who are not candidates for ollice
is something ivmarU'ible, but the
Ptiuiiiiou lioiigo will bo cast iu tho
shitdobesido the candidates thatwill
bloom about tho time the Com
mission ropoits at Washington.
That piominout politician of
Ohio who is to bo our future gov
ernor is a good deal like tbo "pro
rninont Deiuoorat" and "piominont
Itepublioiiu," who aro heard from
about enmpaign time as dcclara
ing opposition to tho party caudi
dates. It is always a good plan to
have a man of straw to quoto from
in timo of need.
Tho Tacoma Ledger guts aftor
tho statistical department of Ha
waii as follows:
Nativo Hawaiians, who squat
on tho shady sido of tho narrow
sidewalks oE Honolulu to mako
and sell tho floral wrouths known
as lein, stretoh out upon tho walk
at uoon and indulge- in a bleep or
8ienta. JndoleiiCH quickly lif
etimes a part of life anil it lion so
penut-ated businoss and ofliciul
circles that i o nu'hnritaUvo Bta
tifaties later than for 18110 cau be
LutMuMkAfhW Mtkc xamkJ&Jk
found. Tho people as a wholo aro
not hkoly to nwiiUou to tbo knowl
edge that Undo Sam is really
their mastor until tbo next can
tury is half a decade advanced.
Tho natives are good-natured, hos
pitablo and muBieal.
If thero is one thing tbnt tho
Hawaiian legislatures have in tho
past neglected it is appropriations
for properly compiled and up-to-dato
statistics. Figures aro recog
uizpcl as a good thing to bavo but
to pay niouoy for them has been
considered n needless expense Is
is to bo hoped that tho new life of
tho territory will bring an fiwnk
piling in this lino.
No ono iu tho country is watch
ing tho American labor oxperi-
mout at Ewa with' moro interest
than members of tho Portuguese
colony. This is a lino of work to
which the Portuguese are particu
laily adapted. Tbo question cau
tb"y woik in tho Colds ? does not
bavo to be asked twice. What tho
Portuguese now seek to discover
is why their peoplo aro not givon
tbo saino opportunities iu cooper
ative cane fanning as tbo Califor
nia farmer. They ask why tho Ca
lifoiniau is givon a bouse with
land to cultivate garden vegetables
and the Portugueso offered plan
tation quarters; Californiaus al
lowed $18. advanco per mouth
and Portuguoso SIC. Califor
niaus, one-sixth tho cano crop
and Portugueso SI. 10 per ton;
Califoruin8 a contract for a term
of yeais and Portugueso a contract
to be terminated at any timo ?
Tbes aro questions which only
plantation nmungers cau nnswer
and whether they will or not is
nnothor question. Like most cor-
poiittiou managers they do not
look with particular favor upon
tbo queries of theorizors who want
tho reasons for details of business.
All things boiug equal however
it seoinB reasonable that the Por
tuguese herein tho country should
bo given all tho reasonable oppor
tunities possible for labor iu the
plantation fields. Thoy aro a
hard working peoplo and they are
close at baud. If nuy favornblo
ev pli ms are mode, they cortain
ly have a claim ou being givon tho
first refusal. Ono thing is cortain,
tho California farmers aro not
likely to underbid tho Portuguese
on tho matter of wogos.
Siini'iii In Still n Sick Man,
llav-iiiu, October 10. Hour Ad
miral Sampson's continued illness
is having a depressing effoct upon
tho other members of the evacua
tion commission, who, besides bo
ing hampered in thoir work, are
filled witu regrot at tbo Boar Ad
miral's troublo. Gonorals Wade
ami Butler fear Sampson cannot
recover unless given absoluto iest
E O Wbito has declined to ac
cept the position of Captain of Co
ful baking powder h
Schilling's Dest money
back. Notice to the Public.
Having hold out my Intorest In tbo
Miiiuifncturors' Kline Company,!!!! tlioso
oulnn tlio old linn nji tn tliu ovonint; of
(V'tnlmr I7tli, nro rocjuoMtoil tn rail unci
Mittlu with Mr. Harris, the lmokkoopur
of the Manufacturers' Shoo Company,
who 1m fully iiuthoi'lsrcd to receipt for tho
Hiimo; or tn tho uiidorNined.
10 l.r,-l w 1). !'.. SMITH.
Pviblio Lands Notice.
On Monthly, Xov. M, nt 12 o'olock
noon, will lie t-olil nt jiuhllc aiietloii,nt
front entrance of Juillclnry llullilln,
Ifonoluln, 1 1 ncroH of land at Kuniii
lonmloo, Kiiual; liroken (,'iileh lunil;
about .11 miles lunukn of (iovernment
llp-et prleo WOO.
TorniHCnuh, U.S. Oold.
Kor full part leu Inrs, plan, Ac, apply
at 1'ilhlle l.uiuls Olllec, liouolulu,
.1. if. liliUWS,
A(.'entof l'ublle I.and.
Oetnliur 18, lbJS, II)!.')
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EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., OCTOBER
H. A. S. RENOWN,
Halifax, N. S.,
Sept. 17, 1898.
Vacuum Oil Company,
Halifax, N. S.
Gentlemen : We have been
using your 600 W Aineral
Cylinder Oil and Marine 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,
Fort Street. I
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian '
, LAME & CO.,
210 King Stkket.
Stock nntt IlniuN bought nnd sold muter
tho rnlt'H nml in tliu bouitl
rooms of tho
Honolulu Stock Exchange
I'ursniiM wishing tn obtain board nt
Makiiuao, Muni, cm bo accommodated
at JIKS. II. It. HAII.KY'S.
Tonus, $10 iwrwcok. 05ri-0m
MADAMK LH VAXWAY, of S. 1".
JIH.S. I). K. ('ItAMHKltS, of N. Y.
- . v
73 Bcrctania street,
Honolulu, H. 1.
BJNJdiW UjCaLltltilJEiLU-JiiO H
In many Designs and Patterns. We can make any style
hi rtt nt flu r,'ii,fi'i(rp rlfi m if (irrcw r ES
. i.v.UU Vtw
m AV. A V . AVllICrllT, Prop'r. m
AV. AV. AVJICiMIT, Prop'r.
gS io.U . '. KOHT STHKCT, AHOVK lKrTKL gg
LACE CURTAINS" "YOUR OWN PRICE.
We liavo 300 pairs of LAOE OUHTAIXS,
which wo will soil from
7S Ooixtjs -to S7.50
A pair to clean out tho consignment.
CITY FUM1TDEB" ST0EE.
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
Love Blocfc, 534
A Few Days
We will sell some lines of
Hoods out at unheard-of prices
during the present week. You
need some things now, you
are constantly buying what we
have to sell. We will always
have what .you want for sale,
but we must have room now.
You can save from 2$ per cent
to SO per cent on many articles
if you attend to the matter now
and do not let the opportunity
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
The People's Store,
i,&K ..iiv -r AiiSt!l.rtfc't"Sa;
t, i ....w. j m
- 536 Fort Street.
RED.WII1TE AND BL
Has just received a now lino
of TABLETS and PAPKT
ERIES with tho Stars and
Stripes on caeh shoot of papor,
with Envelopes to match.
Also, DEWEY TABLETS,
something now and at right
prices. New foreign mail
stationery! Elegant tinted
Papotorios at 25e a hox !
Kogular50o Tablets at 35o
each! Regular 25e Tahlots
at 20e each ! A Special Tab-
lot for the Boys in Blue at
a Rl'UOIAIilA' low 1'iaou!
316 Fort Street,
rfi'Hit - '&
N. S. Sachs Dry
WE ARE OFFERING 2
Special Inducements E
Domestic Department This leek.
."Wo havo just
Our Second Big Shipment
LINEN and COTTON TOWELS
Ranging from 35c. to 7.50 per doz. 3.
A Complete Assortment of E
Honeycomb and Toilet Quilts I
at PRICE THAT CAN'T BE BEAT. 2
Do not fail 10 examine this stock.
Wo suppose, howoor, that tliore uro
sonio people on the Islnnds who lning
ine that our talk about our
$10, $1 and $15
la " Jlrng." If there were not such iioo
ple wo would be helling all tho men's
elotlies worn In town. If any man who
thinks this way will come here and huy
(ineofthe.se miltn, and after he gets It
home llnds It faulty In style, lit, mate
rial and finish, and decides It Is not
worth what he paid for It, wo will jjlvo
lilm his money back without a quibble.
Think a little! Such a contract is a
legal contract, and no oll'er could be
9 Hotel Street : : WaYCrlCy BlOCi
Agents for Dr. Dcimel'e Linen-Mesh
Underwear. Soud for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolophono No 070.
417 NUUANU ST.
Rtpilr line complicated Watches, Clocks, Music
All work EuaranteeJ. Ttilrty-fivejears experience.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last Btenmer from the Const.
THE REGULAR THING
At my etore, whore the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
Is dono repairing ami new work
both. Pins, rlgs, braeelul, watch
H. G. BIART, - 404 Fort St.
Goods co. i
Toiio better. Eudorsodby tlio
First Edition now ready,
TIUOE ONLY 10 CENTt
Published and for snlo ouly by
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
FOR SALE, CHEAP,
SIotroH, fawltchoH, ote In nrst-clas.s run-'
niiiK ordor; winm tnn be ouslly run hv
uny Horvnnt In a vory short time. The
coIIh cannot hucklo or short circuit.
lor fiirthor Information npply nt tho
Hawaiian Kloctrlo Co. - ' 1037-tf
DH. WOOD HAS ItllMOVKI) HIS
neMdem-o tn ThurMon Avonue. Tlio
Olllees on lieretunlii streot aro rctalnnd.
Olllco lioiira after October lfith Wll lie:
0 to 11 a. in.; litolp. ni.;7:!!0tn8:30
p. m. Sundays: 0 to 11 n. m, v
Ollleo Tolophono No, 012.
ItosldeiicoTulephono No.mii. 1038.1m