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-4 THE EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU: H. I., NOVEMBER 17, 1899. itwmmnwJuwjtiauntniJwwwvgJBnea ftp h. Evening Bulletin. Published Every Day. except Sunday, at 210 King street, Honolulu, H. I., by tho BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY. W. It. FAIUIINOTON .....Editor DANIEL LOGAN City Editor SUIISCIUPTION HATES: Per month, nnywhero In II. 1...$ ' Per year, In II. 1 8.00 Per year, postpaid, U. S., Canada or Mexico 10.00 Per yeur, postpaid, other foreign conn tiles 13.00 Payablo Invariably In advance. KIIIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1S99. If White 'continues to retrieve Urith.h f. rtunes at the present rate, "We have Seen Better D.iys" will soon be the Boer national anthem. For the first time since Dewey was Admiral, he has hail to listen to words of advice. That's what comes of yetting married. When McKinley heard the re turns from the Ohio election, "he simply smiled." That is certainly the least he could do when assured of the grand support given his policy. MISLEADING SENATOR CULLOM. That Senator Cullom has been misled is now the word sent out by the officials of the Hawaiian Execu tive ThN statement is the result of an assumption on the part of I chI ji.ivernment godheads that Senator Cullom is very much dis saii"t'd with the manner in which the Hawaiian Executive has admin istered affairs since annexation. It U said that Senator Cullom has pnticallv endorsed the views on local administration expressed by the Opposition. Consequently the c inclusion that the Opposition has misinformed the Senator. Our officials undourtedly have b2''r means nf learning Senator Cullom's views than the Bulletin. A wiihum letter r ceived in Hilo has become a matter of public comment As the government friends appear to regard the report as authentic, the public has been disposed to accent the same view. The BULLETIN refrains from conmentmg on the letter until it knows the contents, but we have to disigree with our governmental friends on the proposition that Senator Colltim is such a benighted individual as to be misled by state ments emanating from Hawaii. We place a higher estimate on the keen political and business like character of Mr. Cullom than appears to be granted by the men seeking to s'lirk the responsibility of their official acts. Senator Cullom is a man of ma-ked ability with years of train ing in public life. He knows man kind and it does not take him a year andaday tosize up a situation, be it social, political, industrial, local or intional. We do not believe Mr. Dole with his attractive and pleas ing personality, or W. O. Smith with his convincing manners or Gen. Hartwell with his legal ability and war records could mislead Senator Cullom even had they the desire to do so. Consequently we cannot believe that Mr, Cullom can be buncoed by the members of the Opposition whom the Official Or gan Jr. has classed as "two-bit po. liticians" and "kickers." Mr. Cullom's public career is suf ficient to warrant this conclusion hid he never been in Hawaii. But h) has been in Hawaii, the partial 1 ir purpose of his visit being a stu dof conditions and to meet the pjople if any members of the O position are corresponding with M . Cullom, he is not unacquainted with their personal business, or po litical associations. He knows the p Inciples which prompt the Oppo si on as well as he knows those of tne Government officials. With all due respect to the poli cl acumen of our Government offi cials, the, man who thinks lie can mislead Senator Cullom on matters ot iait and principle Is barking up ' the wrong tree, OTIS MOVING HIS TROOPS Washington, Nov. 9. Tho following cablegram has been received at the War Department : Manila, Nov. 9. General Wheaton successfully landed expedition at Liu sayen, west of Dagupan, afternoon of 7th, nftcr considerable opposition, slight casualties, rough sea not per mitting landing at San Knblan, north of Dagupan, as directed; ho Is moving eastward. MacArthur seized Mabala cat on railroad 7th Inst. Colonel Hall tnklng mitno on directed rcconnols saneo. Oonci.il Lawton at Cabanatuan. Tioups beyond Tnlabcra and Allnga have met with slight opposition, enemy being driven back In all Instances, country still submerged, but water fall ing. Troops will move rapidly as soon ns conditions permit. Hughes moved ngaliibt i'nuay Insurgents today. OTIS. AtSMORBD TRAIN Wt)RK. Kstcourt, Natal, Sunday, Nov. .1. (Sar Kranclsro, Nov. 9 .11:15). Leli'll'i were received from tho armored train which returned from Colons!) today of a bril liant llttlu performance. Tho trnln, which carried two com panies' of tho Dublin Kuslicrtu under Captnln Homero, sighted nea' '"Yilenso, tho llocrs In considerable forco near the line. Tho Fusllecrs Immediately opened a brisk lire, to which tho Doers replied Ineffectively nnd as they wore suffering loss, they quickly retired out of sight Hut as tho train cautiously advanced, tho Uocrs were scon moving round on Its left Hank, their presumed object being to tako tho train In the rear. To avoid this tho train retired. It was then seen that tho Doers had no Intention of nttacklng, but were In full retreat over the road and urldgc. Im mediately a strong detachment left the trnln and entered tho town, whllo tho train slowly advanced to tho sta tion. Several volleys at long range wero fired on tho retreating enemy. Tho British also succeeded In enter ing Foit Wylle, near Colonao. and brought back four wagon loads of shells, provisions and b(qios. DftAVEUY OF THE BOEIIS. Capo Town. Monday, Nov. 0. There Is no doubt Hint tho feeling prevalent of admiration for the courngo of the Doers during tho recent lighting Is a good augury for a future peaceful set tlement of tho existing trouble. Tho Doer prisoners on tho British cruiser Penelope, pay high tribute to tho Brit ish artillery. Reports from Klmbcrlcy rcera to In dlcato that tho Investing forco has been greatly weakened for tho purposo of sending detachments to the eastern and southern borders. Tho threatened widespread Doer Invasion of Capo Col ony has not materialized. Doubtless the swollen river and the possibility of their retreat being cut off has bad some erfect. Tho work of lnylug a new cablo to St. Helena will bo commenced Tuesday. BOER PRIVATEERS. Paris, Nov. D. The Temps corrobor ates tho statcmen of tho Eclnlro that tho Doers have decided to employ pri vateers, nnd frays: "Thero Is nn immeni.o Hoot of trans ports at ssa carrying troops. Tho Transvnnl government cannot seriously threaten these, but there Is no doubt that It has Issued letters ot marquo In Europe and tho United States, and British commcrco mny suffer, even If tho transports do not." MocArtliur'M Advance. Manila, Nov. C 10:15 n. m. Two columns of General MacArthur's divi sion yesterday took Mngallng, nbout six miles northeast of Angeles. Col. Smith, with two battalions of tho 17th Infantry, two guns of tho 1st Artillery and a body of engineers, advanced from Angeles. Major O'llrlen, with a battalion of the 17th Infantry and two troops of tho 4th Cavalry, moved from Cnlulut. Colonel Smith's command killed eloven Insurgents, wounded US and captured llfty, as well ns taking a lot of Insurgent transportation. .Major O'Brlcn'B command killed forty-nlno Insurgents, wounded many nnd took twenty-eight prisoners. Tho Ameri cans had cloven men wounded. RAN A HALF MILE IN 2 MINUTES. London, Nov. 4. At Uoclicdalo to day Harry Cullom of Cardl.T, beat E. C. Bredln' In a half-mllo nv for the world's championship nnd 200. Cul lom cotered tho dfstanco In 11:00 ami finished twb yards nhead of h!i,eora- potltor, - v NEW YORK EDITOR DEAD. New York, Nov. 4. Robert C. Alex ander, editor of the Mall nnd Exprc.-u, died tonight of Brlght's disease. Mr. Alexander became editor of tho Mall and Express In March, 1895. LADY CHURCHILL TO BE A NURSE. London, Nov. 4. Tho Outlook an nounces that Lady Randolph Chin chill Is going to tho Capo to utteml the wounded. Tho China has taken on n hundred tons of coal. It was supposed by thn officers that they would bo unahlo to got any at all hero so they nro patting themselves on tho back. Tho China will make Hongkong about tho 29th. Picture framing is an art in itself. Anybody can make, a frame, but it takes taste and knowledge to know what com binations are most suitable for the subject in hand. You get the benefit of 20 years expe rience when vou patronize the firm of KING BROS., 110 Hotel street. Say, See him shoot." "Them King Air Guns is all right." ONLY $1.25, at Pacific Cycle & ITe Co. R. A. DEXTEfl, Manager. KULEK'HDLCO, -- FORT ST. direct shipment of JapaneseGoods Just received Laquered Tables, Trays, &c Porcelain Tea and Coffee Pots, Cups:? Saucers, Vases and Flower Pots, Napkins. Pari Hardware Co,, LliL, Fort fitrent. Just Received, a Large ssortment of General Merchandise Which Is now on sale at the lowest market rates. Non-Shrinking Patent Red- vood lanks, assorted sizes, from SOO'to" lOOOOfeallons ear Best Rubber Hose, assorted sizes, A to 2 inch. Suction Hose and Steam Hose, assorted sizes. Different kinds of Packing, assorted sizes. Patent Wash-Out Closets, with latest impiovements. Penn. Lawn Mowers, 10, 12, Hand 19 inch. Steel Road Scrapers, Tubular Wheelbarrows, Pan-American Wheelbarrows, Champion Ca nal Wheelbarrows.Extra Heavy Breaking Plows, Aving's Steel Plows, Perfect Rice Plows, as sorted sizes. The Hawaiian Hardwui Ct, ii Ftrt streets, fpuU Spr"&tk Bank. DIMOSMCO.'S Crockery, Glassware and Lamp Department. Soino of our rt-gulnr prices : Dlntirr is!, fid jiIpchr, In four pattoinv $7 HO .Inns fit nf tliroo "0 'loa I'otn, Moih 25 Fancy dips mid Snucorw V'5 Tumbler, purdixeu o'l Kerry H t. h yen .l''- (Ill Papper Shakers 10 Winn GU-m-h, or (Ui.i.,., (in Sn'ad Bowl , : Nick e Vending I.3inps with Poiue- lain Klmcla 1 .15 Hntiilv Lantern i'5 Night Uunp 20 Lump CliliiitieNM, oxcli in Lamp Wicks, per dozen 10 W. W, Dimond & Co,, LIMITED. ...Importorrt of Crnekory and Houso.. Furutfchlng (Jtodf, Solu Agents Jmo1 Sloven, .coil or wood j flueiiicy (ieanatdn RefrlRCM iur., Standard WickloM Rlttt, Flaino Oil Stoe, Prl mill Woven. Hot (1 it Iliiitun'd Plated aud Storllng Silverware. ..Von Holt Block, King street. Merchant dtreet ontrancn next to the Posiofllco, through our iruado The OperaSeason Is on In full swine, and we are prepared to outfit you In anything vou may require in tne way 01 run uress uoous. HERE YOU HAVE a partial list of the mmy things you will want for the open ing night: A full dress suit, either Tuxedo or skirt coat, a full dress vest white or bi id, a full dress shirt, a full dress tie, a full dress pair of gloves, set of full dress studs and cuff buttons, and a crush hat. ALL THESE THINGS may be had at either of our two stores, and at prices that will astonish you. Uur uress suits are from the BEST manufacturer in the States, and require no altering, they fit when you put them on, and that Is more than a tauor-maue sun win uo. WITH THE COMING nf the S. S. Australia also came o,r delayed stock of Straw nnd Felt Hats, which we will have on show to-day: also a magnificent line of Neckwear, the largest single Importation of neckwear ever made In this town for a retail st.re. WE CANT BEGIN to mention the styles; you can have anything In the way of scatfs that are wom, In a variety of de signs, and silks that will astonish you. We Make Shirts ta Order. "The Xash," Nos. O (intl 1 1 Hotel Btrcet, nnd Corner Fort and Hotel streets. TELEPHONES 676MJ o(3. Golden Rule Bazaar's N B W Book Bulletin. Jt: , . W ' ,. I "The Man With the Hoe," etc., by, Mark' ham. "Makapah-by-the-Sea" new book on the Islands, by Miss Prescott. "Stalky & Co "-Kipling. "David Harum," (the book of the'year,) by Westcott. "Richard Carvel" Churchill. "When Knighthood Was In Flower Ca' koden. "In the(Forbidden Land"-Landor. "A Dash for a Throne" Marchmart. "When the Sleeper Wakes" H. G.Wells. "The Jacksonlan Epoch" Peck. "The Development of English Thought" Patten. "Reminlscences"-Justln AkCarthy. "From Sea to Sea" Kipling. "The Capslna" Benson. "An Incident and Other Happenings" Elliott. "Dross-Merrlam. "Through the Turf Smoke"-MeManus. And hundreds'of others. J. M,WEBB, ' 816 FORT STREET. Commencing Monday, Nov. 4th, ON ACCOUNT OF THE RAINY WEATHER, OUR SALE OF Ribbons Laces WILL CONTINUE ANOTHER WEEK, AT THE i TEMPLE OF Prlies toe and 5c rer yard. Line of beautiful LADIES' CAPES, suitable for cold weather and holiday wear, just landed by the Australia. First line of Ribbons, former price 25c, reduced to 5 cts per yard First line of Laces, former prices 15c, 20c and 25c, reduced to 5 cts per yard Ladies' Hells at 5 cts each Ladles' Shirt Waists, at 10 cts each Ladles' Collars, at sets each Ginghams, at 20 yards forSt.oo ine Lawns, at 20 yards for J1.00 Lace Curtains, at Half Price Ladles' Undershirts, at 5 for 25 cents BSyrA beautiful chance to buv rnntU.it verv Inw nrln. :,t tlioTrmnU nf Pnd.im. commencing next Monday, October 23, 1899. J Salter's Grocery 710-712 Fort Street, Orpheum Block, Open Invitation We have been compelled to enlarce Our nf fancy Groceries on hand nnd to arrive for same at our large stores. THE BIGHT STORE AT A full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries at Lowest Prices. Ice House Goods delivered in Our Ice Box to Your Door, Telephone 680. We Invite HH K PACIFIC HEIGHTS. x?al -SIKi. -H-H Ufloinnnnn Into ARE NOW OFFERED FOR SALE. No residence property having similar advantages and attractions, as for healtnfulness of location, having an eleva tion of from 170 to Soo feet, and affording the grandest marine .md scenic vews ; as also its proximity to the business part of the city, being less than a mile from the Progress Block, has ever before been presented to the people of Honolulu. One ot the main features of this property, and procured at great expense, is the abundant supply of pure spring water, pronounced by Dr. C. B. Wood as being the purest and best drinking water obtainable in the Island, which is now being conducted into storage reservoirs upon the property by an independent pipe line, and will be. supplied to residents at Government rates. OUR GUARANTEE: We guarantee to all pur chasers of lots on Pacific Heights, that we will, within six months, provide rapid transportation to. the highest lots on the property, connecting the same with the Honolulu Rapid Transit Co.'s line on Pauoa Road, at the beginning of Kaiu lani Drive. ,;, TERMS : y3 cash, in one year, in two years ; interest 6 per cent, per annum on deferred payments. Our carriage will convey parties desiring to inspect the property to and from the same. Ffor mapsjand full particulars call at our office, Rooms 7 and;8 Progress Block. BRUCE WARING & CO. ON NEXT AUSTRALIA. The most complete and up-to-date line of Photographic" Supplies ever imported into Honolulu. C?T meras of all kinds. Fresh Films, Plates,Photograpliic papers, Chem icals, etc., etc. 40,000 card mounts and Christ mas novelties of nil kinds without end. THE LglDDyoi Photo. Silly Co 420 Fort Street. FASHION ' M. PALAU, Manager. to Our Patrons Store to dlsnl.iv flip lairo nn.t vr,u cin.-i.. the Holidays. We Invite Inspection of the THE BIGHT PRICES Inspection. - - H - - H - H - -H- -M- nn Onnifin UnitiUin 4 Call next Saturday, Nov ember 1 8 nnd inspect pret ty horses, rigs nnd modern business facilities of the ttonolnlu StockYarflGo. Ltfl. WS. WITHERS, MANAGER. Corner Alakea and South streets, r lldtiRwtJt 'm-A- . sfe.v. . '- -' ut jjtej -t tsdtl.