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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAY 2, 185.
HOW THE LION ROARED.
Reports of tho 8peechoa That Mado
French Editors Rage
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Lately extracts from '"'
papers wore published in this jour-
nal, showing rcsontmeiit at speeches
in tho Untisli llouso oi uoramow.
in mo uriusu nuuBu ui uuunuuu.-. ,
Following is a Mi.nmary of the'
parliamontary uttoratioos m (pies- (
tivo for Shofllold, opened tho debito
in tho Commons on Great Britain's
relations to Franco iu Africa. He
Qrt directed tho attention ol inn
housn to the oncroachuieuts which ,
tho Kovorumont permitted branco
t I,,,!,,, iiiinn m.nin lii Africa
to tuauo upon aiaui. ill Ulrica
r rauco is sun mure jiihivu iiihu iu
Asia, ho said. Shu had sent out au
nJ .mi -...!.. it.... :..
expedition which was tnonajiiiK tho
upper Nile, aiid sho sieod African j
territories recognized as being witli
iu tho British sphere of influence.
Sir Edward Groy, parliatiietitarj
secretary of tho foreigu otlico, sad
that Great Britain stood iu such a
position of trust in Egypt as to
malto tho British and Egyptian l
spLore of inilueuco covor tho whole
Nilo waterway. Tho house ought to i
bo careful about giviug crodouco to
tho rumor that a French expedition
had beou sent to tho Nilo country to
occupy tho valloy of tho rivor. Tho i
foreign ofllco had no roason to sup-'
poso that any French expodilion
cither had been instructed to ontor
tho Nilo valloy or had tho intention
to do so. He could not believe it
possiblo in tho face of the fact thit
tho British government's views wore
fully known to Franco. The ad
vance of a French expedition under
secret orders from the wost sido of
Africa into a territory subject to
British olaims, whoso rightfulness
had boon bo long known, would bo
not only an inconsistent and unex
pected act, but also an unfriendly
ouo, and would be regarded as such
by tho government. "Hear, hear."
Without doubt African affairs for
tho last two years had eaused con
siderable anxiety as to what might
happon in tho future. During thoso
years no provocation had been given
Franco from tho British side. Eng
land had striven to tho utmost to
reconcile tho occasional conflicts of
iutorests Tho government would
continue to pursue this lino of poli
cy, omitting nothing calculated lo
maiutain good rolations with France,
and, at tho same time, to uphold
tho undoubted claims of Great
Britain. To that ond, of course, the
co-operation of tho French govern
ment and French public opinion was
aoceisary. He relied on tho souse of
justice characterizing tho French
government and pooplo to help ro-.
concile tho conflicting intorests of I
tho powors in parts of tho world I
which woro but little known. ,
Jotoph Ghamborlaiu, tho liberal
uuionist leader, spoke of Sir Ed
ward's statement as tho cleverest and
most satisfactory declaration yet )
hoard on this subject from a rospou- j
siblo reprosontative of the govern
mout. Ho now saw, he said, that
unless a clear understanding with
Franco as to African affairs could bo
reached tho most serious couso
quouces might easily ensuo. The
statement ought to leave Groat
Britain's olaims on Egypt boyond all
misunderstanding. The whole Nilo
valley from the lakes to the sea was
within the Egyptian or British
sphore ot influence and that claim
on Great Britain's pirt had been
within the knowledge of France for
five years. He must remind the
houso, however, that as recently as
at tho beginning of the mouth the
statement was made, unobookod, in
the Fronch chamber and in the
prosouco of tho minister of foreign
affairs, that France's object was
always to make England feel that
hor prose nco in Egypt was harmful
and that Franco could come up with
hor elsowheio than in tho Mediter
ranean. If tho French goverumeut
did not accept euch htatomnuta it
ought to repudiate thorn. Franco
ought to bo questioned regarding
hor expedition to tho Nilo valley.
Henry Labouchero, tho radical
loader, prnnouueed Sir Edward
Groy's speech a uiouaco to Franco,
"Oh, oh." He quito understood
tho cries of "Oh, oh." Thoy camo
from tho Tory motnbors, who wore
dolighlod to find a liberal immstor
actinRupon their principlos. ("Hear,
i,oar."l This spepch was a nienwe
QU hn inog ot tho fan,nir warning
,,.,...,, . rwinin imnnliuM Roin
ijnn,i9 0(T," Ctirtaill lliomuurs SPOUT I
edlolrllBK,noth0NUo l bo a, uiuoh '
xiritielt proporty as tho Thames. Ho,
fnr mm. (winlil nnl. feel Rimiriftfd
;Uat in vimv ot 8 ,ch statomonts,
; Vrauci Ma9 nol frhuly.
sir Kduanl Groy doniud that his
stnlom, ilXi i,n,,li0)l i nuy way a
, ij ,,.. i-ur..,.. i,..r.l
Ttw, .,..,, n ,.,,..,,,.1 .i,i,,in,iiit
f u,,,),. rMU.etivo intonsls iu Africa
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wag umr jcu.p,0H between tho .
two I'Otlii trio,
Mtra. F.lUa Zogrc
Wittrly, It. I.
Once I Was Blind
Now I Can See
Thank to Hood's Sarsaparllla.
"C. I. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Masi.i
" I hT suffered MerytlilnE possible witk
ore eyes and headache, the sores so sctere
that I was blind. I tried TeryUitni I heard
of without benefit, aud went to the Rhode
Inland Tlosnltal, but found no relief there.
A friend tobl mo ot Hood's Rarsaparllla, so
I bought a bottlo and a box ot Hood's I'M.
With More Than Thank
I want ercrybody to know that sines I hare
been taking theso medicines, I hare become
at well as etcr. My ejes have perfectly
healed mid the headache In cured. From
niv Dictum . on cm sco tlieri'li noihlnclhe
nailer with my is now." Mug. tLttA
Louiikk, l'otter I
1 1 1 II, v,
Westerly, It. I.
Hood's Pills euro nausea, sick hradacho,
Indiucstlon. biliousness. Bold by all drucEUta.
Hobron Drug Co., LTd.,
Bole Agents for thx ltimlltn of Hawaii.
you Insure It la well to do so in com
prnles whose reputations have built
upjn strong foundations.
Companies represented by Joim M.
nouHETT (successor to thalatoO, O.
Uornun have stood all the testa ne
cessary to convince any one that
their capital is ample and tha prin
ciples upon which they are governed,
are paid promptly and without nn
neccs'iuy delnis. The assets of a
company Is the best proof of Ua so
lidity and ability to pav loses. The
list given will satisfy even "The One
The New York Life,
London & Lancashire Fire Insur
U. 8. Dranoh.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
Palatine Fire Insurance Co.,
U. B. Branch.
Thames & Mersey Marine Insur
B35 Policios for oithor Lifo,
Firo or Marino Insuranco issued
in any of tho abovo numod Com
punios at tho lowcs-t ratos and on
tiny of tho numorous plans ad
vertised. Your patronngo is so
licitod. JOHN M. DOWSETT,
lXMm Merchant Street, Uonoluln.
Did you notice that
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mndo ,..ntioil of tho III- I
rival of tin goods purchased ,
for ua by Mns. kjibimann i
Wllili 011 hL'l I'CCCnt trip KlstV
mi c . .
Thero Wad a reason tor it
Olid a Simple OtlOllgh OIH
if you will Olllv Stoi) to tllillk.
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lOtl Kllt'W Mild every hOtl' '
el-e knew that we were going
to bring something into this j
market that wan new and !
catchy. There was no n ed i
to advertise it, the judicious
buyers of Honolulu watch the
arrival of our goods, tiny
know that if there is anything
nice to be had wj get it, in
fact that wc set the pace on
Now Goods, Stylish Goods,
at prices that arc just right.
This week, in addition to
the regular run, wo are going
to make a hole in our pile of
COMKOKTEKS 1 !
While the counters loaded up
Colored Cottox Ducks,
Colored Cotton Ducks,
Piquk, Pique, Pique,
will also be an attractive
B. F. K1ILKKS & CO.
HOP H1NG & CO.,
m HOTKL, HTKKKT
Wholesale Dealers in
Liprs aofl Manila Cigars
General Chinese Merchandise
SDOH it -
MiU Oils, Hlce, Matting,
Chinese Silks, Teas, ftto,
BngUah and Amorican GrocerlM
By Every Coast Bteamer.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147.
The Bast Lunch in Tiwt
4t ALL H0CTB8
THK FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
U.WATS ON QAMD.
Rean YaporS Pacific Gas
Engines $ Launches !
TOE BEST IN THE MARKET.
They cannot tw nurrassed for uiotivt
BKNl) FOU 0ATAU)OUR-
IU33-U Bole Ai;ent, Nuuanu stxeeu
w E L
Tho enlargement of the LOAN Market
to as to covr the wants and necessities of
t.ht nroa nnmlipr nf linnnrnhle neonle who
are not ownors of unincumbered Ileal
Estate was one of the most necessary inno
vations of rorent yearn. To many It has
mcAni renci irom pressing cinwns iu wie
vory bwo when mott essential. when
nrnnorlv mid hnnnruhlv conducted tills
properly aim nonoramy conuuewm inn
and "vnSe'VlhV'auty .WdVnl
nml Imn Associations linvo nroved them
e'w t0 be-
Tile Hafoiiton InYesitneut Co.
Makes a specially Negotiating
curing Loans for Borrowers who
curing Loans for Borrowers who nre tin-
auie lo discount mcir iiuiesuvmo uuuks
nd who do not euro to obligate them-
jelvt'i lo some friend or ncmtnlntnnco by
asking his endorsements to tlieir rote.
TI.Im I n(.itiniiif will Hinl'n tintii llt.nil I
Household Kurnituro, Pianos. Organs.!
norf03 Mules, Wauons, CarriaRes and
personal J'ron-riy without removinc the
I'roiierty from tho llorrowcr's possession, 1
and all liuslnuss will b conducted on n '
stuiotly coxi-ijjkntial hahis.
The Hawaiian Invttatment Co.,
General Heal Estate Agents,
13 and in Knahuiiiatin Btrteti,
(NHr l't Office )
Mutual Telephone 639.
Wholesale f Retail.
FULL MNH OP
Japanese; Goods I
Sill and Couod Dres (roods.
arte, ate. ate.. u..
Silk, Liobd itiiJ Crape Shirts
OK OOMi-LKTU 6TOCK
Made Oy Yamatoy of Yokunanik.
When yon are In need of an lint
of Japanese Goods, gire ne first calf and
say Kolng all aronnd town
aoe arort sit- smuc custom, ixoum
Wm. O. Irwin,
W. M. Glffard,
Theo. O. Porto'
President and Manager
- - Vice-President
Secretary and Treasurer
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Gompani,
ok han kkanuluco. oal.
Bell Tl. 881. Motoal Tel. 07.
P. O. BOX 321.
128 & 130 FORT BTREET.
Blicksmitliiiig IN laiSU.
Orders from the other Islands In
Building, Trlaalig, Painting, Etc, Etc.,
Promptly Attended to.
W. W. WRIGHT, Prop.
(Baoeessor to O. West.)
riBBBC 30UXB, T. A. SIMMON.
JONES & SIMPSON,
AccoDDtaots and Commission Agents,
HOUSE, LAND AND
General Business Agency.
Conveyauclnc and Legal Documents
DUAWIN08 AND TRACINGS MADE.
a- Translations in French, German.
Spanish, Portuguese. Dutch, Italian and
Hawaiian. Bills Collected and Accounts
Offloo, SOS Morolicmt St.
O. B. DWIQHT
Does all kinds of Work in
Ctment & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing.
He has on hand a largn supply of Chi
nese Granltn Curb and aiway keeps Ha
waiian Curbing Stone. Etlmates given
and loweBt prices assured. BellTelephone
Four great requisites of
Men's "Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 fort Street
W. W. AHANA.
Bnllsti, Scotch ud American Goods.
Btyle and Fit OuaranteM.
Gleaning & Repairiug
latotl Tele. 660. P. 0. Boi 14ft.
The Celebrated Bayswater Stallion
Alio the Splendid
SPAN OF GRAYS
By "Ivanhoe" are for sale. Apply to
ISOl-tf Bay Horse Stables.
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenders, Dashes, Siorni Aprons, Etc,
at lowest Possible Prices, and
Workmanship of the Best.
I usn First-class Material of my own im
porting. Manufacturer of all kinds of
Workshop 210 King Street near Maunakea.
P. O. Box 490.
W. M. SMITH,
-WILL PUT IN-
Everything in tho Electric
K3 Refers to E.O.ILdl &
Son, where orders may he left.
dibn toft wi :n VHn
miw, Hv tn fee
snromirtttf trttmtnl U.
1 Old r Ar tttl DARE'S Advertising
Agenoy, 01 aud (15 Merchant's Exchange,
San Francisco, California, where contracts
for advertising can bo mado for it,