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VOL. I. NO. 15.
HONOLULU, H. I.. SATURDAY, JUNE 1, IS5I5
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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Fueninti Bulletin I
Published every day except Sunday nt
CO!) King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, anywhere- in the Ha
waiian Islands S CO
Per Year. C 00
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 8 00
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 10 00
l'nynlilo Invnrlnblv In Advnnco.
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Advertisements discontinued before
expiration of specified period will bo
charged as if continued for full term.
Liberal allowance on yearly and half
Address all communications to tho edi
torial department to "Editor Bulletin."
Business letters should bo addressed to
"Manager Evening Bulletin."
Telephone 230. P. O. Box 9.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Impohteus and Dealuhh in Lumber
and all kinds op buildino
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
H. UACKFELD & CO.
Geneual Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streots, Honolulu.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Watch-
- -MAKER. . ,
Kukui Jewelry a Specialty. Particular
j attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block, - - Merchont Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Stium Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
, Machinery of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
' Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
' ecuted at Short Notice.
Atlas Assurance Co.
AS3ETS, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Agents for Hnwaiian Islands.
C. B. D WIGHT,
Does nil kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidowalks & Curbing
He hns on hand a large supply of
Chinese Qranito Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
given and lowest prices assured. Tele
We have just received direct from
New York tho
Ever brought here at one time.
Patterns of 1895
WILDER & CO.,
riERRE JONES. T. A. SIMrSON.
J ONUS As SDIl'SON,
Accountants & Goramission Apts.
HOUSE, LAND ANr
General Mm Agoncy.
Convoynncing and Legal Documents
DRAWINGS and TRACINGS MADE.
ESTTrnnslnlioiiH in Fiencli. German,
Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Italian and
Hawaiian. Bills Collected and Accounts
Office, 308 Merchant St.
RESTORED TO HEALTH I
iiv the van or
Mr. M. A. dimming, of Ynrr.ivlllo,
Victoria, Australia, njl
"About a year ago. I hart a severe attack
of Influenza, which left mo ery weak, with
out enertry. nppetltc, or interest In 111c. Ob
taining little or no relief from doctors, or
from tho many remedies recommended to mc,
I Anally tried Ayer's Barsaparllla.Mid from
that time, I began to g-tln health and strength.
t continued tho treatment until fully recor
crcd, and now have very great pleasure In
telling my friends of the merits of Ayer's Bar
saparllla, and tho happy results of Its use. 1
consider It the best blood-purifler known."
Has cured others, will euro you.
Mde by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell,JIal.,O.S JU
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Sale Agents tor ike Republic ot Hawaii.
HOP HINGr & CO. I
402 IIOTEL STREET.
Wholesale Dealers hi
Liquors & Manila Cigars
General Chineso Morchandiso
Nut Oils, Rico, Matting,
Chinese Silks, Teas, Etc.
English and American Groceries
By Every Coast Steamer.
TELEPHONE No. 147.
P. O. Box 321.
128 & 180 FORT STREET.
Blacksmithing in All Its Branches.
Orders from tho other Islands in Build
ing, Trimming, Painting, etc., eta,
Promptly attended to.
W. IV. WRIGHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to O. West )
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin, - President nnd Mnnnger
Clans Sprecltels, - - - Vice-President
W. M. QuTiird, - Secretnry and Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter, Auditor
aoents or THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
G. E. SMITHIES,
Accountant, Collector & Copyist,
Olllco with C. D. Chase, Snfo Deposit
Building, 400 Fort Street. Telo-
EfT'l'lio collodion of Government Bills a
BY THE PEKING.
Four Day's Later News From
Till: PACIFIC CAULK.
An Assertion Tluil It AVII1 lie
Controlled tjy the British.
New Yokk, May 21. An Ottawa
dispatch says: It may bo taken as
a settled fact that the Pacific cable
will be, like its promoters, essen
tially British. Under its treaty
with the United States, Hawaii is
refusing to allow any foreign power
to acquire any portion of Hawaiian
Tho United Stated having given
an adverso answer to Great Brit
ain's provision to --eeure Neckur or
Bird island as a fable station the
Fanning island route will be adopt
ed. The link from Fanning island
to Victoria is 800 miles longer than
to Neckar island, but this, it ap
pears, will not mitigato against the
effectiveness of the cable. All tho
tenders for the construction of tho
cable have been given assurances
to this effect. Fanning island is r.
British possession, so that all the
landing places of the cable will be
in the empire.
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FOSTKIt IN HIGH PAVOIC.
The American Diplomat May
Control the Afl'airH of China.
Washington, May 23. John W.
Foster, who assisted Li Hung Chang
in the peaco negotiations between
China and Japan, has apparently
made a favorable impression upon
the diplomats of the East. A let
ter written by one of these gentle
men to a friend in this city says:
"The documents ho prepared at
Hiroshima, which have been pub
lished in Japan and China, have
brought him many expressions of
admiration. Practically, all the
oflicial correspondence of the envoy
in relation to Japan is prepared by
Mr. Foster. Ho seems to take in
tho situation at a glance, and is al
ways ready in any turn of affairB
to fall right in line and return shot
for shot. I think if Mr. Foster
would accept, tho Chineso Govern
ment would give him a post at
Peking that would virtually, place
the control of affairs in his hands."
ASKKD TO MHDIATI2.
The United States as an Arhi
ter. Washington, May 22. Tho
United States has been again ask
ed to act as intermediary in an in
ternational complication. This
timo tho trouble is between Franco
and Venezuela, resulting in a com
plete termination of diplomatic re
lations between them.. Tho French
Minister at Caracas recently was
given his paBtmoit", wheroupon
Franco bont two warshipg to take
away her Ministor and all tho Le
gation archives. At tho samo timo
Franco handed to tho Venezuelan
Minister at Paris his passports, and
ho summarily depaited.
PROMOTION'S IN TI IK NAVY
Itcar-Adinlral Monde's Itctlre
mpiit Advance Seven OiH
eerx. Washington, May 21. The re
tirement of Rear-Admiral Meade
promotes C.mimodorc Lester A.
Rcardsloy to be Re.ir-Adtniral;
Captain John A. Howell, Commo
dore; Commander "NicolTTudlow,
Captain; Lieutenant - Commander
Chapman C. Todd, Commander;
Lieutenant Gotfried Lockingcr,
Lieutenant - Commander; Lieuten
ant, junior grade, Leroy M. Gar
rett, Lieutenant; Ensign Wilfred
13. Hoggatt, Lieutenant junior
Lieutenant J. M. Stoney has
been detached from the Marc Isl
and Navy Yard and ordered to
tho flagship Philadelphia, relieving
Lieutenant J. II. Hogcrworf, de
tached and granted threo months'
A SUIISIDY FAVOUR!).
The London "Times" on the
Development oi" the PacHie.
London, May 24. The Times
this morning, in a leader on the
Pacific mail subsidy scheme, says
that if there is one feature by which
the history of tho twentieth cen
tury is likely to be distinguished
beyond all others, it bids fair to bo
the development of the open shores
of the Pacific bya movement' of
civilization of tho world llke'that
already seen on tho shores of the
Mediterranean and of tho Atlantic.
The article considers that the
Government is justified in bestow
ing an annual subsidy of 100,000
on the Pacific Mail and cable ser
vice. It suggests that the amount
now absorbed by Bechualand might
be liberated by giving Bechualand
to Cape Colony, and, under a pro
tectorate, to a chartered company.
TIII2 MUKDEKKIt OF L13NZ.
Five Kurds Are Relieved to
Have Killed tho Ricyellst.
nian advices say that tho names of
five Kurds, who aro said to bo the
murderers of Frank C. Lenz of
Pittsburg, Pa., who was killed
while attempting to ride around
the world on a bicycle, are known.
It is announced that William A,
Sachteleben, who has gone in search
of tho missing bicylist in tho hopo
of recovering his body or obtaining
definite information as to tho cause
of his disappearance, has arrived
In Central America.
San Josi: (Costa Itica-), May 23.
Nicaragua lias been provoking
this country so persistently that
war teems inevitable. Tho Govern
ment supposed the relations be
tween tho two States were friendly
until Nicaragua suddenly stopped
It went bo far as to take away
tho telegraph ollico at tho frontier,
thereby violating a treaty. Tho
Government tent several telegrams
to the Nicaraguan Government, but
the latter refused to answor. When
Britain's ultimatum was received
by Nicaragua Costa Itica offered to
aUt in arranging mutters peace
fully. Nicaragua did not oven
design to return a polite word of
Formosa a ltcpuhlic.
Nkw Yokk, May 21 The Her
ald's cable from Taipeh, Formosa,
says: Formosa has declared its
independence. The population will
fight the Japanese and will not
submit to tho orders of the impe
rial Chinese Government.
A Herald cable from Shanghai
says: Formosa hns declared itself a
republic, the flag being a yellow
dragon on a blue ground. Tho
Governor, Chang Ting Sung, has
been made President and has noti
fied tho foreign representatives.
Washington, May 21. Frank
P. Hastings to-day presented his
credentials to tho State Department
as Charge d'Affairs of the Republic
of Hawaii. It is understood hero
that a minister will not be appoint
ed to succeed Lorrin A. Thurston.
This action on the part of Hawaii
will doubtless lead to unfriendly
comment on tho Dole government.
CIc eland and the Kaiser.
Nkw Yohk, May 24. President
Cleveland's portrait will illumin
ate tho night during the festivities
attending tho oponing of tho Baltic
ship canal. It will be shown in
pyrotechnics from the yard arm of
the cruiser New York at Kiel and
at the same time a fiery portrait of
Emperor William will be displayed.
Henry lrinjr Honored.
London, May 24. The list of
honors and distinction conferred in
celebration of the Queen's birthday
includes tho name of Henry Irving,
who has accepted knighthood. The
distinction has been granted on tho
personal recommendation of Lord
Rosebery, tho proposal being cordi
ally assented to by the Queen.
Washington, D. C, May 24.
Hon. Hugh McCulloch, formerly
Secretary of tho Treasury, died
shortly before 2 o'clock this morn
ing. Death was calm and peaceful,
the patient being for somo previous
time in a comatoso condition. Mr.
McCulloch was over eighty years
Trying to Sell the Panama
Colon, May 24. It 1b reported
hero that tho now French company
which has been pushing the work
along tho routo of the Panama
Canal is trying to sell tho canal to
an American syndicate.
Condition of the Treasury.
Washington, May 23. To-day's
statement of tho condition of tho
Treasury eIiows: Availablo cash
balance, $181,211,450; gold reserve,
Only Place in Town for
FURNITURE CONTAINED IN A
i- CottnKo at Palmnn. Cottayo mnj
bo rented. Aluo, a Jlny Saddlo Miiro.
Inquire nt Rur.Lirns Olllce, COD KIhr
The Kceniny llulletln In 'In- Lett
vudium for advcrlUiny.
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