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MONDAY, DEO. 24. 1891
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
LOOAli AW1 UXlOtBAl. BWB
Merry Christmas to all the readers
of the Bulletin.
H. B. M. S. Hyacinth is going to
sail on Wednesday.
The Kinau brought only twonty
fivo bags of sugar this trip.
Purser Munro is still the "Jovial
hearty" purser on tho S. S. Warri-ni"o.
Hugh Gunn returned by the S. S.
Warnmoo to-day. Mr. Gunn is in
Christmas carols will Iw sung at
St. Audrmv'b Cat bud ral this uvouing
at 7:30 o'clock.
Tako Smith's liussns to tho bicycle
race at Kapiolaui Park to-morrow.
Fares 10 cents.
The bicycle races at Kapiolaui
Park will Iwgin at 2 o'clock to-morrow
The case of Charles Mitchell,
cliarued with burglary, has been set
for Dec. 27 iu the District Court.
Furniture iu the house of the late
Mrs. McQowan will be sold at auc
tion by L. J. Levey next Friday.
Six Chinese were arrested to-day
for gatnbliug. Their bail was put
up before t hey arrived at the Station.
Horn's bakery will have on sale
to-morrow the best uiiuce pies that
establishment has turned out for
L. J. Levey will hold anothor
Christmas sale this evening. This
will bo the last and best chance to
get a pack of gifts.
Four Chinese gamesters wore fined
$10 each iu the District Court to-day
for indulging in a game iu which
money is lost or won.
Chicken thieves havo appeared in
Palama. Tho roosts of 0. Hammor
and H. Zerbo have been robbed dur
ing the past few nights.
A Chinaman named Kau Po was
seuteuced to one mouth's imprison
ment at hard labor this morning for
having opium in possession.
J. M. Lee writes that tho Volcano
is in a very aotivo state. W. U.
Hoogs, who lias returned from Ha
waii, confirms this information.
Goo. H. Robertson left again for
Maui on the W. O. Hall this morn
ing on matters of business connect ed
with tho Urra oi J. llrower Si Co.
J. F. Morgan will hold an under
writer's sale at the storehouse of T.
H. Davies & Co.. corner of Kauwila
street, at 10 o'clock on Wednesday.
Mechauics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 60
cents per night; SI and fl.25 per
Georgo H. Paris and Miss Dora
E. Pullen aro to be married on New
Year's Day. A wedding reception
will be helil at tho residence of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Hopper.
Victoria, B. C, Dec. 16.
Per 8. 8. Warrlmoo.l
THE OMENTAL WAD.
Advance oh Moukden Likely to B
Principal Towuseud of Lahaina
luua has got out the second issue of
tho Progressive Educator. It is
neatly printed ou the school press.
Every teacher should subscribe for
"Capo Cod" Cook will leavo ou
the sloop Eliza Cook at 0 o'clock to
morrow morning for a trip around
the Horn. The start will be from
the O. S. S. Co.'s wharf. The can
tain hnt laid in provisions to lmt him
U It. Garrison. practical piano
and orgau mak-r and tuner, can fur
nihh Im'HI factory rofoptrjows. Order
Wt at Hawaiian Sewn Co will rt
CHive prompt atuutioii. All work
guaranteed to U Hip mini rlun.
II. G. Blurt, who was for ton years
the practical jeweler for Wenner &
Co., has opeuod a new placo at 114
King street, corner Alakea street.
Watchmaking, souvenir spoons, and
jewelry of every description made oil
J. S. Larke, a prmuinoiit Canadian,
who is going to live in Sydney as
trade ageut for tho Dominion Gov
ernment, is a passenger by tho
Warrimoo. He gave the Bulletin a
pleasaut cable talk, for whiuh there
is not room iu this issue.
Chas. Soharf & Co., Hotel street,
publish some now Hawaiiau music.
"Queen Liliuolcalani" march and
soiig, music by J. S. Liboruio, leader
of the National baud, and words by
E. D. DofrioH, is one piece. Another
is "Aloha Alii," a polka by Mr. Li
boruio, Arrangements for the horse races
at Waialua to-morrow ha e beeu so
fully made that a good day's amuse
ment is assured. Nearly $1200 is up
iu stakes. The races will take place
at Gay's ranch. Busses will take
passeugers from the railway station
at Pearl City.
What might have b-eu a serious
fire started ou Saturday afternoon
in Fowler's yard iu a room adjacent
to Nuuanu street, occupied by Jap
anese. Tho firemen were ou the spot
quick and lively, but fortunately
they were not required. A coal oil
stove caused tho trouble.
The Christmas Services of St. An
draw's Cathedral will be as follows:
Christmas Eve, 7:80, eveuing prayer,
Christmas carols, aud procession.
Christmas Day; 7:30. holy couimu-
lilou, choral ; 11, morning prayer and
sermon 3:30, oveniug prayer (Ha
waiian) and baptisms; 7:30, uveuiug
prayer and sermuu. The second
congregation will havo holy com
munion at r;3() a. in , and morning
prayer, choral, with sermon at 0:30.
If your mbicrlpthn hut rxpirtil now
U a good tim to nmv it.
A union between the two bodies
of Japanese troops cau be made at
almost any moment on the coast of
the Yellow Sea.
It now seems probable that tho
operation of the fir I army has thus
far been based upon the suppositiou
that the Chinese had large forces at
Moukden or its vicinity and intend
ed to fight, somewhere in defence of
the Manchuriau territory. Holuiug
this view, the Japanese have hesi
tated to uncover the approaches to
the Corean frontier, lest a strong
Chinese body should push its way
back to the pcnlnub and work
havoc in tho absent of the power
ful reserve. But it ha loiiir been
evideut that nothing netd be appro-
bended Iron) an adverssary wmeh
flies at every sign of danger, and the
scrupulous caution of the Manchu
riau csmpaigu begins to appear
somewhat misplaced. It is a ques
tiou whtbT .Moukden will bon
ideretl worth tak ug, timv tint ttio
route to Peking is open. A small
garrison at liougkwong (Foug
whoug) or Kiulien can guard against
all chances of ponl to Cores, and
tho bulk of Yamagata's men may
with perfect security be spared for
co-operation in large movements else
whore. CONFUSION WORSE CONFOUNDED.
Edicts are pouring out from tho
pal aco in Peking with a recklessness
aud lack of coherence with attests
the utter confusion that reigns at
the court. Officials are excited and
cast down, generals aro rewarded and
disgraced, ordinarily without the
slightest understanding of tho tran
sactions tn which tney nave uoon
ougagod. Commanders who lately
were loaded with honors have been
punished for alleged cowatdico.
Gen. Yeb, a fugitive from Corea,
has been compelled to disgorgo tho
thousands of taols promaturoly bo
bestowed ou him by tho Empress
Dowager. Admiral ting, who was
rewarded for being beaten at Tuiko
sau harbor, has been stripped of his
honors and placed undor tho direc
tion of an Englishman, Capt. Mc
Clure, who accompanies him nomi
nally as vice admiral but who really
coutrols the fleet.
Li Hung Chaug was appealed to
aud reviled the same day. Prince
Kudr is for tho moment the nomi
nal centra of authority, being ap
pointed commander of all tho forces,
military and naval. But boforo any
practical result cau follow tho enun
ciation of a decree it is liablo to be
canceled by a contradictory rescript.
Tho government is without form
and void. The report that arrange
ments havo been mado for tho flight
of tho imperial family from Peking,
iu cao of a Japanese lauding at
Taku, is so far confirmed that it is
accepted as trustworthy by the
Japauoso authorities. Changchow
is said to be tho chosen placo of re
treat. Soditious placards have been post
ed in Cbingkiang, denouueing the
Manchu dynasty aud demanding its
A typhoid fover epidemic in Lon
don is attributed to the groat con
sumption of water cress.
Freihorr vonJMarschall. secretary
of the German foreign office, said in
the Reichstag that the American
sugar tariff was of great importance,
as it infringed upon "tho favored
nation" clause. The increase of the
American tariff on sugar had affect
ed Germany more than any other
country and it ought to be abo
lished. Tho St. Petersburg Journal pub
lishes a letter from the Porte deuy
tag that any unarmed persons were
killed in Armenia. On tho contrary,
it is said, much kindness was shown
Bebel the socialist protested in the
Reichstag against the closure to
stop debate on the budget.
IMuce Bismarck in a letter thanks
the mayor of Dresden for tho pro
poal to erect a statue to him in that
Catarrh, Abscesses, and
Hood's tartaparllla Gave Robust
Health and Strength.
Tust cast your eye over
this list of articles, every one
of which has had a knife cut
right through the pritc :
Men's Black SOCKS, fast
colors, reduced from $2.50 to
1.75 per dozen.
Ladies' Black STO IC
INGS from $4 to $U per
' dozen and from 2.50 to 2
, New Plain WOOLBN
GOODS, in all shades, from
CHINESE SCjUADIiON IN REVOLT.
The best warships of the Nanyang
squadron havo beeu ordered to join
the uaval force in the Gulf of Po
chili, but the officers aud crow are in
revolt, alleging that their service is
due only to the vicorov of Liang
kiatig, and that they will not light
tho ball ies of L Hung Chang. The
central uoverumeut is otferiuir pe
cuniary persuasions to secure their
A part of the reparation demand
ed b Great Britain for the outrage
ou the steamer Chan King has beeu
aiveu iu the form of a saluto to the
flag of that ship from the forts.
Damages are yet to be paid aud the
offenders personally puuished.
Italy's scandal iu connection with
the Bauca R iuttiia implicates a
large number of government ofli
eials, members of the legislature,
journalists and others. Premier
Crispi himself is attacked in the
documents, whiuh have been laid be
fore the chamber oi deputies by
Siguor Giolitli. Among them are
letters written by Signor Tanlongo,
manager of the bank, while iu pri
son, which state that the deficit in
the bank was due to expenditures
among ministers, souators, members
of the press and others. Iu tho
chamber of deputies Cremiur Crispi
declared that the documents were a
mass of lies.
Recent Liberal defeats in Eugland
have greatly discouraged the Gov
Lord Dunraven has cabled to tho
Americau representatives of the
America Cup offering them, ou ac
count of the impossibility of getting
a meeliUK oi too Koyal xacul
Squadron, that ho is willing to leave
all differences to be arranged later,
so that work on the new yachts may
proceed. Ho is willing evau to leave
the cup iu the bauds of the New
York Yacht Club, in case his boat
Sir William Harcourt, it is said,
refuses to follow the Premier's lead
in matters referriug to the House of
Lords and the business of the com
ing session of Parliament. Lord
KoBebery will consider Sir William's
proposals rather than have a dis
ruption of the Cabiuot before disso
lution. These proposals, it is under
stood, include dealing with the
House of Lords question by means
of a resolution drafted by Mr.Bryce,
the principal feature of which is
borrowed from the law governing
the U, S. congress aud which pro
vides that a bill which shall havo
been rejected by the House of Lords
shall booomu law if the passage of
the measure by luu House oi uoin
Shameful revelations regarding
the New York police made yester
day before the Loxow committee
wore of the most sensational charac
ter. Captain Cresden told how ho
hud paid $15,000 to be appointed
Bradst reefs reporCs the sales of
Christmas goods as about the only
movement in merchandise. No im
provement is oxpectod before tho
new year. Tho improvement iu bank
The colliers Montserrat aud Ke
weenaw aro each a week overdue at
San Francisco from Nanaimo.
Carl Schurz was unanimously re
elected president of tho National
Civil Servico Reform League at tho
meeting in Chicago. Among the
vice-presidents selected are Bishop
Potter, of New York, and Charles
Francis Adams. A numlier of papors
were read and President Cleveland
was commended for dismissing Com
Hon. Mackenzie Bowoll succeeds
Sir John Thompson as Premier of
Canada. His colleagues will bo near
ly all tho saruo as thoso of his pre
decessor. Mr. Bowoll is 01 years of
age, a native of England, aud began
life in Canada as an apprentice in
type-setting. He has Oiled a great
many public positions iu Canada.
Whilo iu Honolulu going to aud
returning from Australia, iu tho in
terests of inter colonial trade, Mr.
Bowoll formed the acquaintance of
President Dolo and Cabinet, as woll
as of mauy other prominent persons,
ana no is neiu in very inenuiy us
toem horo. Ed
Sir John Thompson's body will be
taken to Halifax on tho first-class
oruisor Blenheim. A testimonial
fund is beinu subscribed for Lady
Thompson in Canada. Montreal has
already contributed $10,000.
Geo. W. Jenkins, editor of tho
Sauta Maria Times, Col., in speaking
of tho various allmouts of children,
said: "When my children bavo croup
thero is only ono patent medicine
that I evor use, and that is Chamber
laiu's Cough Remedy. It possesses
some modlcal properties that relieve
the littlo sufferers immediately. It
is, in my opinion, tho best cough
medicino iu tho market." If this
remedy is freely given as soon as tho
croupy cough appears it will pre
vent the attack. It is also au Ideal
romedv for whooniutr couch. There
is no danger iu giving it to children,
as it contains nothing juiurious.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agouts for the Hawai
Ur. trm. W. otta
It a well known blacksmith of Trenton, N. J.
nil wrltii Illnitratlns tne neat btitldlnc ud.
blood purlfjrlng powtrsof riood's Sarsaparllla 75 cents to 00 CClib a yard.
after serious lllneisi i
c. i. iiood a Co., Loweii. mssm Also a counter loaded down
" I am pleased to make a sutf ment of my ex- ' ... c. ,
perlence with Hood's Sarsaparllla. I am a Mill Otripca
the Illness, two Urge abscesses cathered on rny ' CottOll CliallhS, Ol'iratldieS.
limbs. Dllterentmeillclnestalleiltodomeany .-,, , , -1 , ,
food. Catarrh and dyspepsia J White CottOll DrcSS Goods,
... ."?? ,M V.nr..Wa"H ... Madras Curtains, Rugs, La-
BarssparUlA. Before I h.l u-ed boltte I Wn flics' Wool Jackets 111 Tail,
HOLIDAY .-. GOODS !
That Met All Demands and SttMj All Wtols
520 Fort St
Come aud sec Our ImmeiiHc Variety of Fancy
Novelties suitable for
Xmas and New Year's Presents
to frrt better. 1 continued and hare taken fire
bottles ami It n.is cured mi
and made me per fectljr well,
bottles ami It has cured moot all my trouble! .Limit BlUC B11Q BlllCk bhadCS,
i now d&tb m zooa -
IIOOU 5 P"" direS , and handsome goods.
We call your especial at
tention to these goods, sim
ply because we can sell them
i at these figures for one week
ylicmcin'cr we are open
nightp, have new electric
lights in the store, so that
goods can be examined as well
as in the day time.
gc-Sive all your checks
for the Volcano trip, aud send
appetite sod wclitti five pounds heavier thaa
cici irviulOa i iniiuo i i.i viiiiiiriiu nuvus em
t.tirllta too Mglilr." Ws. W. Otis, M
llocMliift Btrcct, TrontnK, New Jersey.
Hood's PII19 cure nil Mvrr Ills. lUllou.net,
Jaundice, Indigestion, flick Headache. Bo.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents for th Krpnblla ot Hawaii.
smtrrw KM tM
ChmtLM Day, DCC, 5. 1894. them to thu store before 12
,u tiwurv i i:ui .-win, inii
Excursion v Rates:
l'KAKl, CITY A UKTUHN:
1st Class, 70c.
1st Olaee, $1.
3d Class, 00c.
,t UK. rUKNt
3d Class, 70c.
Hound Trip licket ill be
issued to the one having the
largest numtxr of Sides
II. F KHMfiRM A CO
nil l M r.
T sins leave Honolulu al :l.1 a. m.
Dnilv HulUHn RO crnt vr tnnnra.
THK STOKES OK TIIK UNDIUtlON
KD will no' bo oicumI on Clirlittuno
Day. II. MAY A CO.,
II. K. McINl'YRK A IlltO.,
I.KWIH A CO..
JIKN11Y DAVIS it CO.,
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
Silk Drapus, Lace Tab'e Runners, Lies Scarfs,
AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW 1'KICEB.
Fans, Hand Bags, Purses and Card Cases
IN OKEAT VARIETY.
Lace Bed Spreads, PiUBh Scarfs, Fancy Table Covers,
Uiefal and Acceptable Presents.
LaH 6s' Fnrse S1 Vests, L'te'SiHose,
Ladles' Openwork Bilk Hose Id White, Ulack and Shades of Tan.
Novelties ii Sllv.r Ware I Ltdie1 Fine Ptratolil
. DON'T KOKUBT THE HTH.E FOLKS) ft
Childxea's Dresses, Gapes and Cloaks I
Lscs and Silk Bonnets, Children's Vn, Parasols, Etc,, Etc., Etc.
A most Complete Stock ami Litest Dm'Kit, and prices that will astonish yon.
Ladles' Fine Whllo Hemturd.t'trli llsiidkccliUfs al f I (mrduicn.
Ltdlrs' Wh I Emliro'ilcrrd lland'eclilefs l6o. eerh or $ 123 a rtoten.
Ltdles' SIIL lUndkwclilef, cuiliiulde'rd; for !6o a d upwards.
Gentleman's SU Umbrellas, Si'k Mfglige Shirts and Pajamas!
Gentletuan's Fine Neck Wear. mitM haresln.
(lentleman's S'lk, Hnn ani 0I rrd llo-der Handkerchief.
Uentlomau'H Utile llanlkercblelM at 3fc. rach or flfri a doten.
Uentleman's Fine Line a Handku-chfefs, fancy border; at 13.79 per dosen.
Bilks ! Silks ! Bilks !
81'EOIAL BARGAIN ii t
We hare Just It'celred er B.
I gm- SPECIAL 1IAROAIN8I
S. ' Oceanic" a Large IiiTotce ot
tM wmw& 1 0y
m it mm
from all the (VI. Iir.ted
Factories In the United
It's almost as easy for a
horse fed on California
Fei'd Co.'s Hay and
Grain to draw his load
as it is for this big el
pliant to draw bis. We
pay the highest price and
get the beht there is to
be had. Our prices ae
as low as tho lowest.
Prompt delivery. Both
Telephones 121. . .
IMI'OltTKHP, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOLliISTBR Ac OO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
Solid Colors and
Faocy Striped Silks)
Solid Col r In all the Detlrat Shades anj Prdty Stripes
oiler the Kntlr- Lot
for. eo o ffiisrrs jl 'yjljeud
And at All Times
Jf you are in need
GRAIN for your
of HAY and
Ling up Teleph ncs
deliver to all parts of
t-iY VIRTUE OF A WHIT OF EXK11U-
1) Uon Uunrd nut ol thu Dlntilct Court,
on the lUtli uhv
y ol DtcuiiiliBr, A. l). lHHi.
UL'alnut L lirailluy, ilolcmluut, inmvuroi
mm TIhih l.unlc. lilulnt'll. for the mint of
S'J7 M, 1 havu Ittvltd uon and hIiuII expoie
fur sale at the Police Qtatlon. In tho Din
tnct of Honolulu, IhIhiuI ot Oaliu, ut 1
n'clock of SATURDAY, the lUtli day of
Januury. A. D. lhltf, to the blKhest lihlilfr,
all the rlKlit, tltlo and Interest of the mild
L. Hrudluy, ilefi'iuluu', In and to tho fol
lowing iroterty, onlu.ia vald JiulKient,
luterust, co it a unci my oxjimiaa be pre
L'htof property for salu!
1 Jlaiiil-l-onliit,' Mi.uhlno, 1 WuhIi IIhuIii
1 Wardrohu, 7 School DutkK, I Oil Htovo.
'Jllliiuk Hoards, 1 Muslu Rack and hnnf
K. O. HI'irilfOf'K,
Mamlial Itepnhlluof IIuvmiII,
Honolulu, Duo, 13, ISill Jj'
jrM Dr. L1EBIG & CO.
Ml sT" l.S'j'n'iil Ifoctun fur (Viruiife,
BWil M I'riiiileiuul Wititliitj
Union Feed Co.,
Dr I.IuIiIk's Invltmwtor tlio Krelt't ru
niedy for Seminal Weakness uis of Man.
ho(M( aud Private lHnranHH, uverooiiies Pro
iiiaturviiess and prearu all for iijurrlum'
lllti'd duties, plvsmires and r-KmllillUifi
II Irlnl IhiIIIh uIvkII or H-Ot IrrU III SIIV (llltl
i ran or iuniri' tuu
. ,.r i ..i.i .Uai'rllilliu hi in lititll H
inoiii uo ruamriiiou iy a iwu-ininis i,r,r i" :,'r,v;lM w,tri,. w, Mkhuii hi.,
VOto. Sen Prsnclimo. Ill3-:uiy
Temple of FashioD
B51 Fort Street
Hn December 1, 1891, we will begin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tho Sale will continue dnrniK Hie ENTIRE MONTH OK DKCEM.
JiKK, 'J hu liooilii to he tllnpoiiil of, coiulat of
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Elc.
Boots, Shoo and Gout's Furnishing OoodH,
t. All liniii-iiho Aminrimont ol TOYS POR CHHIBTMAS UM
Id. O. SIT-VA., Iroprlttor.
HIR.H3S' ROOT BH2HIR,.
TT IS A IIOMKMADK AND HOMKMAKINU DKVEHAGE.
It is very uasily iruinri(l, ami if thu plain directions are
followed, it will nlw.iys bo K"U1. Kvory inunibor of thu family,
(rnm thu baby tu tliu gniiulf:itlier, can onjoy Hiiikb' Root Bkeii,
and ovcry uno of tlium will liuvo buttor liualtli fur each swallow
they tako. It improved thu appetite, purifies thu blood, and
toner thu whole system. (Jliildren especially delight iu Hikkh'
Koot liKKit. Its preparation inturustH tlium, und. its uso does
ihem Kood. In thousands of homes, "llntr.s'.HooT Dkku that
mother made," will bu umong thu happiest recollections of
childhood li cleanses thu sysium of thu poisonous humors that
develop in kidney anil urinary diseases, and in fact, in uny case
that arises from an impure state of thu blood.
DiMinutly uuilurstaiid Hikkh' Hoot IIkkh is without aditlto
ration or any ulieniicul nr nrlitluml atliiiizture wu provu it it is
Hindu in our open Laboratoiy. No secret process, Wu taku thu
best liuibs and Knots, boil tliem down, bottlu them uml send
thrm to you. Perhaps there isn't another Koot Deer Labora
tory iu iliu country opuu to publio nyo. Everybody ktiows Hihks'
Root Hkku chemicals enii'i approach uaturu, Will you usu
imtural It mi IJeer ami eatisly your thirst and strengthen yum
body, or will you use urtilleial Koot Ueer to save a few pennies
and ruin your healihT There is ion timer as much Hums' Koot
Hkku sold than all other Koot Hour extracts combined.
Iloiutos Duuti Company
Hknson', Smith it CtiMPAXv... . ,
lIuu.iHTKit Duuu Company, Ltd.. , .
Lkwih & Company Grocers