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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 18, 1899. 1 h H V (' J J 4 .al-4 FOR THE SEASON ! PERFUMES giSi Roger and Gallet, Lundborg's, Ricksecker's, Gosnell's, In all odors Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles, Sachet Powders, Malle Cologne, Without a Rival. Benson,Smith &Co.,Ltd FORT AND pomniKT- YOU WILL SAVE 40 percent By .purchasing yotn furniture at the T 'y ' T A NEW STOCK OF BEDROOM SUITES, CHAIRS, ROCKERS, ICE CHESTS, RE FRIGERATORS, BABY CARRIAGES, WARDROBES, MIRRORS, BARBER CHAIRS, FLAGS, Etc. J The I XL, Cirnur P. O Box B35. SiiSKaiaiSMSiaiaiSsriJiBiaiaiaia assaiasiBaawssja'siHaiaisiisiaiBiaEiaia'aEiEifa Just XaeLXi.c3.ec3., 11 EX MOniOAN, jj A Splendid Consignment of Surroys, Fluotons, fl Buggies, lload Carts, and Harness. gj Specially Selected for Local Requireimmts. Honolulu Carriage flanufactory "VV. W- VVRIGMIT, Prop'r. ?te V EsBSi&'&'&TMSiaEJ&'BJBisisiersj DiaJSJSisMiasiaafeitiie Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs .A.TjTi have their ills. REMEDIES MADEHBYjollNnpOTTIE & SONS, Veterinary Surgeons of World-wide Fame, will OUK.E : THOSE : T.Ti.L,S. Money Is Saved by Investing in Pottle's Remedies. Black Oils for Sprains. Gall Salve for Sore Necks, White Oils for Swollen Glands, Green Lotion, great healing agent, Soothing Oils for Skin Eruptions, Black Ointment for Horses' Feet, Electric Oils, a mild blister, Pottle bye .salve tor bore byes, Vermin Soap for Dogs, Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Shrubs and Trees, i Is only a partial list; if you don't see what you want ask - WThls I Via S. S. Coptic, another lot of that Elegant Swiss Buttermilk Soap, Only 25 cents a box; a beautiful, finely-scented Toilet Soap the Dairy Queen, at 25 cents per box. Also, a few gross of highly-perfumed French Soap, In very desirable odors, at 25 cents a cake, 60 cents a box. We have also purchased that large lot of German Alcohol, per ship Marie Hackfeld, which we will quotefat bottom prices. Honolulu Drug Co., Von Holt Block, King St. CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK Repairing, Piling, Truing and lanwtang Fine Horaeahoeinpf a Specialty. Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company. HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING CO. Queen Street near Fort. lEtWMlJTiH IfiAT GO- 108 KING STREET . 4 G. J. 77ALLEB, ; : Managed Wholesale and Retail Butchers AND Navy Contractors. m HOTEL STS. Has no equal in thoso finer qualities of dolicato ilavor which aro ao highly appreciated by discriminating judges. It is tho favorite champngno among cotmoissours tho "world ovor. CBAMPA6ME NnuAim mid King Streets, "Honolulu- S. AV. LKDERKR, Proprietor. Tolophonn 478. FORT STREET, AH0VE HOTEL. Agent for the Hawalhn Island. M28. B&ST OP MEATS. Families desiring tender roast. juloy Bleaks and chops should oU on the Central Meat Market We make a specialty of family trade and sell the best at reason We figures. ' 214 Nuuanu Bt, Telophono 104. niniM.o I'll I'h Bilter Criticism Yoiced by ibe Press and the Publicists Help tho Boers and Avenge Fashoda End of English Power Predicted Some Conservatives on Account of Exposition. New York, Nov. 0. Tho Trllmno's Paris correspondent writes: Tho An glophobia epidemic raging In the French press Is dally becoming moro ncute. Tho nationalist, Jew baiting, praetorian and clerical press tho same paperB that constituted themselves champions of tho late general staff dur ing the Dreyfus affair aro straining every nerve so to steer publh opinion as to arrive at war with England In reading tho Patrlo and tho Croix one might supposo that Franco and England wero already at war. Tho editorial language nnd epithets aru now moro violent than anything that nppcared In either tho American or Spanish nowspapers during tho Span ish war nnd probably execod In malig nity and abuse all past achleemcutx of tho French press In criticising the conduct of n nation with which France Is at peace. Too much weight should not be ul tnehed to their frantic raving, but It Is Impossible to gauge correctly the trend of national feeling In France without taking Into consideration the stormy elements which nrc constant ly at work and which 111; a tho Dou langlsm of tho last decade, adroitly en list and concentrate all tho floating units of discontent. One or two pas sages taken at random from tho Patrlo may cnablo observing American to form an idea of tho foreign policy the nationalists are urging upon the (lov crnment. "Help the Boers and nvengo Fasho da," Is tho advlco given by M. Mlllc voye, who declared that: "Tho British Foreign Oflko has deliberately fnlsl lied all tho dispatches from tho seat of war where, In Bplto of all otllclal nr counts, matters uro going very badly for England. Thousands of French men are burning to Join tho Boers and light against England. Wo don't caro ut' present to furnish further details, becauso wo still have hopes that wo may bo ublo to send to tho South Af rican Doers moro substantial aid than moro good wishes. Ah, biao Doers, don't waste your cartridges. Aim care fully and hit tho offlccrs. England should bo mado to suffer and expiate. "British hatred has novcr yet missed nn opportunity to strlko nt French breasts. Examples of such British bru tality abound everywhere. An Eng lishman dressed in a suit faumart black velvet and knickerbockers was taken In 1870 near Dougoval, when) ho used to nimiso himself by killing our out posts with shots from his Snyder car blue. In Tunis and Madagascar hardy Drltlsh adventurers nnd olllccrs of Queen Victoria mado up shooting par tics on purposo to kill Frenchmen. Tho hour of retaliation has arrived. Tho shooting season when Frenchmen may kill Englishmen Is now open. Notice Is hereby given to amateurs. Is not this sport Is a most tempting one." Charles Laurent In a leading article In tho Matin, Intimates that tho bat tles of Qlcncoo and Elands Laagto nio In reality victories for tho Doers. M. Laurent "writes: In splto of Illusions and notwithstanding tho mercenary enthusiasm of tho stock exchango and tho Bourse, tho present campaign marks tho end of England. By this I do not mean thcro will bo war in tho county of Kent, or that an Invading array will encamp In Ilydo Park and levy taxes on city merchants. But It Is tho end of greater England. British arms can never subjugate tho Trans vaal, Tho courago of tho Doers Is con tagious. It will spread to Ireland, to India, to Australia. Justlco will final ly triumph on tho other sldo of the equator and the reign of Queen Vic toria will terminate In tho bleeding fog bank of defeat. Insulting caricatures and cuts of Queen Victoria, appear In tho boule vard newspapers accompanied by li belous nnd Indecent legends. Tho Pa trlo publishes almost every day ex tracts from alleged conversations with Mr. Chamberlain, who is represented as declaring that "It Is tho policy of tho British Cabinet to suppress tho Dutch In South Africa and afterward tho French In Canada and Mauritius." In tho eamo Issue, tho Patrlo announ ces tho Impending mobilization of tho British fleet as n threat to Franco and Itussla. Tho Patrlo also publishes n series of articles on political econo my, with tho object of showing that Drltlsh supremacy in South Africa will mean tho "ruin of all commerco and In dustry except that of tho gold mines, which will henceforth become a British monopoly." The Petit Journal and tho Croix with Its herd of subsidiary Croix, through out tho provinces, aro also preaching a crusado against England and ignore facts with the samo complacency that they did during tho Dreyfus campaign. M. Mllclvoye, Judet and Drumont mado up their minds that tho outbreak of hostilities would bo marked with vic tories for tho Boors. News of tho bat tles of Qlcncoo and Elands Laagto has not altered the preconceived notions of theso stormy petrels of rrnncc. Tho vlolcneo of the Irrepressible Na tionalist prcas causes no little uneasi ness nt tho vlnal d'Orsay, and also among Frenchmen of evenly balanced minds who fear retribution may como In a shape which may affect tho ex hibition of 1900 nnd Injure tho pockets of French tradesmen. M. Yves Guyof has had the courago to point out In tho Steele that thcro nrc two sides to tho Transvaal question nnd that John Bull is, after nil, Franco's best cus tomer. Tho Figaro Is beginning to tako tho same grounds. Now York, Nov. 9. A special to tho Herald from Washington says: In or der to avoid the charge of militarism already bolng raised In certain politi cal quarters and preliminary to tho ap pointment oft civil govcrnois. Presi dent McKlnloy and Secretary Hoot aro considering tho advisability of with drawing troops from Cuba and Porto Rico. Thcro nio now In Cuba 301 officers and 10,790 men, and In Porto UIco 10S olllcers nnd 3,253 men. In his annual report Just submitted to Secretary Root, Brigadier-General Wood, commanding tho Department of Santiago, declares ho has too many troops. Secretary Hoot telegraphed General Wood today to mako n supple mental repoit ns to the number of men In his department and tho number which can with safety bo withdrawn Instructions weio sent several days ago to General Brooke, commanding tho division of Cuba, to report upon tho advisability of withdrawing troops. Ills reply was uot favorablo to tho pro position. Tho conditions In the Island, iu his opinion, necessitated tho reten tion of nil the men now under his com mand. It 13 understood that Bilgadlcr-Gon-cral Leo, comandlug tho provinces of Havana nnd Plnar del Hlo, has Inform ed tho President that. In his opinion, all the men In Cuba should remain. Upon the arrhal of General Ludlow hero ho will be asked to glvo his opin ion respecting tho advisability of re ducing tho military forco In the Island. In Porto nico, It Is said, military olllcers feel that the foico thcro can bo reduced nnd It Is expected some bat talions will bo brought homo and sta tioned In this country. Venezuela Awnrcl No Victory. New York, Nov. fi. Ex-Prcsldent IlarrlBon, wlfo nnd child wero p.isscn gers on tho American lino steamship St. Paul, which arrived here today. Tho passngo was a rather Btormy 0110 and Mrs. Harrison wns sick much of the time. When asked about tho Venezuelan questlou ho Mild: "I do not call tho decision of the commission a victory. It was a compromise. I cannot say anything on that subject without de liberation, and for that reason I will not, at this time, discuss tho affair. "As to the was In tho Transvaal I do not caro to havo anything to say on tho subject. I was In England only a short tlmo and was not In a posi tion to study tho sentiment there. Thoro may bo an undercurrent against the war over there, but I was not sit uated bo that I could ascertain It." When asked about tho war In the Philippines and tho political situa tion Mr. Harrison rofused to talk. PACIFIC MAIL DIVIDENDS. New York, Nov. 5. Tho directors of tho Pacific Mall Steamship Company aro discussing tho futuro dividend pol icy. C. P. Huntington Is quoted as describing tho company's earnings ns "disappointing." He has plans for moro ships, it Is explained, and seems disposed to regard It as tho best policy to use, the avallablo monoys for ex tending and better equipping the property. This suggestion Is taken by somo Insiders to bo a "feoler" as to how tho shareholders would regard tho plan to suspend dividend payments for a while. Plans credited to James J. IUU for developing tho China 'and Ja pan trade by establishing a largo fleet of steamers are said to be the sourco of the Pacific Mall's anxiety. JEFFRIES GETS 130,000. New York, Nov. 7. Jim Jeffries to day received $30,423 In cash as his sharo of tho purso in tho fight with Sharkey. Tho sailor's balm for his de feat was 10,141. The receipts of tho contest wero about $80,000. Of this money tho two pugilists got CO per cent or a triflo ovor $40,000. This was divi ded on a basis of 75 and 25 per cent. This amount docs not Includo the reve nue from tho picture privileges. Jef fries Bald that tho articles of agree ment called for a division of this end In thrco equal parts; namoly, between tho club, Sharkey and himself. Real Estate and Insurance. LIinjE and FIRE iMUWdEAEliT AGENTS FOR.. New England Mutual Life In surance U0. OF BOSTON. tna Fire Insurance Company of Hartford. HENRY ST. C.OAR. EDWARD POLL1TZ. Members Stock and Bond Exchango. EDWARDPOLLITZ&Co COMMISSION BROKERS AND DEALERS IN INVESTMENT SECURITIES P.rtliHil. al..ntlnK l.. a. a. . --.. a . -........ ...urnvii Eitt lururcniie ana aaie or Hawaiian Sucar Stock. loni Negotiated. Eastern and Forelin Stacks and Bondi. 403 California St., San Francisco, Cat. 1172 W. C. ACHI CO., Orokers & Dealers IN REAL ESTATE Or We will Jlny or dell ltial Estate 1b U pwtU of tho group. T Wo will Ucl! Properties on KeftsoD ible Commissions. ) FICE. 10 West King Street DAVID DAYTON, Real Estate Broker. 223 MERCHANT ST. rem BALK. Twolvo Chlnoso Grnnlto Illtchlui, Posts, $.5 each." Proporty In town. HOU81S TO LET. Roal Estate Transaotioiu Babsoribers aro furnished with from 11m u tit licta per week, giving an uoonrali rsourd of nil dtcdi, ruortROi-es, loanei, in .0408, piwoM of nttorney, eto,, eto., whirl tto dUckI on rerord. tnrnerlutloii I'rice. $i!.(IO per Monti; A. V. G-EAR, .tmlil UnlMlng. Hnnolnln OHAS. ,T. EALK, Mcmbor Honolulu Stock Exchange. Hconi30l, Jiuld Uulldlng. JAS. F. MORGAN, OCTIONEBK ,AND flTOOK BROKSb No. 45 Queen Btreet. Expert Appraisement of Reel Estate and Furniturf WILLIAM SAVIDGE, Stock and Bond Broker Member of Hawaiian Stock Exchango. Molnerny Block. Fort Streot. P. E. 11. STltAUOH, Real Estate Broker 9) Financial Agont and Collector. LlncolnJIllock, 0J0 King street. H4t Ttlphnn64i. A. J. CAMPBELL, Stock and Bond Broker. Membtr of th Honolulu Stock Exchanja, Ofllce Quoen street, opposite Union Feed Company. TtUphona 506. P.O. Box m. JAS. F. MORGAN, Must! of Honolulu Stock Excbangt. Oumo atraat. Talaphona i. P. O. Box jf. BRUCE CARTWRIGHT, General Manager of rhe Equitable Lift Assurance Society Of the United States for the Hawaii Islands, Otntmt Merchant stnwt. nonoWn EDMTJSrD H. HART, Notary Public and Typewriter Convey""' nl Searcher of Recorda. 1 WOfflco No. IS Kaahumanu street. IWTelophono No. 870. N FERNANDEZI NOTARY PUBLIC and TTPEWWTEB OHc aolMerchaat atreet Caask,j tear P Oi Carter ce "OBonae Agents, Brokers and Joljtorx. W. 6. Irwin & Go. Limited AOENTS FOlt Western Sugar Refinery C., ot But Francisco. Dnldwln Locomotlro Works el Philadelphia, Penn., U. B. A. Newell Universal Mill Co. (Natloaal Cano Shredder), Now York, U. S. A. N. Ohlandt & Co's Chemical Fertill crs. Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade fer tilizers for Cnno and Coffee. Heed's Steam I'lpo Covering. ALSO OFFER FOR SALE 1'nrnfllno Paint Co's P. & B. Paint nnd Papers; Jucol and LIbm Oils, raw and boiled. Iudurlno (a cold water palt), la whlto and colors. Filter Press Cloths, Ccmcmt, LIm and llrlcka . CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, II O KOLULU. Commission Merchants, SUGAR FACTORS. AGENTS for Tha EwaPlantatl'iiCo. Tha Walalua Agricultural Co . Lid. Thi Kohala Sugar Co. Tha Walamta Sugar Milt Co. Tha Koloa Agricultural Co. Tna Fulton Iron Works, St. Lou,, Au, flu Sln Jrd Oil Co. The Geo. F. Ulakc SKam Purapa. Watton'a Ctntrlfugala. Th Nr England Llfelnturance Co, of Battel. T ,e .Ctna I ire ln. Co. ot Hartford, Ceaa. Ttie Alliance Auurance Co. of Londoa. Alexander&Baldwin SUGAR FACTORS s COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Agents for tho California and Orient Steamship Company. JUDD BUILDING, FORT STREET. 1180 Win. G. Irwin & Co (limitkd). rVm. a. Irwin, - President and Mqumm Olans Bpreokels, . . Tioe-PrMUtat w. da. uiniirci, . Becretary and Tri ineo. u. roner, . . Sugar Factors AITD Commission Agent AOaWTB 07 TBI OCEANIC STEAMSHIP G0MPAM1 OF BAN FRANCISCO. OAIa, BREWER CO., M., yuccn ucci. Honolulu. II. I. -A.gfontH for Hawaiian Acrlcultural Company, American Sural Company. OoktU Suyar Plant. Co , Onomra Suite Co., Ilonomu SuRar Co., Walluku Sueai Co . Mail & :Co7. Lin. of UMtor. Picket.. '' "- """ LIST OF OFFICERS 0. M. Conko. l'rnal'tnnt, (ln.n n? ltobortson, Manngar; E. F. UUhoi, Troaaurer anil Soerotaryi Col. VV. F. A11A.. A. ..lit ... 11 .- " ... . """"I nui i. Vi. JOllBI, II. VBM uotmo. Ooo. R. Cartor. nirnclnm. M. PHILLIPS & CO., Wholesale Importers and eTobban el taropo&n and American Dry floot 1 0 t .nd Qneen Btreata. H. HACKFELD CO.,LW iENEB&L COMMISSION AGEITI. tfar. Port and Queen HtreaU Hoaolatoi CITY REPAIR SHO" US Bethel Street, opposite Water house & Co. Strictly new 180S Cleveland Blcyclei for Real, Second-hand Blcyclei for aale. Repalrlnc promptly and thoroughly attaaded All work cuaraaUid. B.JONBC . R.CLARH Honolulu Iron Works Co. Improved and modem SUQArl MA CHINERY of every capacity aid de scription mado to order. Boiler work nnd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation purposes a specialty. Particular atten tion paid to JOD WORK ,ant repMni executed at shortest notice. ' ' R. M. DUNOAK, Collector and General Busi ness Agnt. Offlco 113 Kaahumanu street Also prepared to take orders Cor fl'llne In low lands and terraatec Work promptly attended to. 1183 MORRIS K.KEOHOKALOLB United States Custom House ra kers. Accountant, Searcher of TRlei'ax4 General Business Agent Tclephono 620. OFFICE: No. IS Kaahumaai Honolulu. Formerly A. Rom'i 9 eV. f 4 i 4 k .soWSil X- K- I laafcittUjaan alI i. .. aB ''t'i-. IMWlil, 1 .!" w;iyiMl iaUi , &Z$k&M.:bkm&iW: J " l&sitai .iSttJt v.-.- '-twaarJi.' mtMm '! few Mi. 'J " tUU'- 'iuaiajt-' u.- '