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TemliT will Im rvccltnl nt t lie oilier of tlic
' Joaril ofKclucnllon until MONDAY, N'owin
bet !, ut U o'clock noon, for tliu rotntiuu
tton of two uliool Iioiirci -luvioxlol nt Wiil
3lba, ill t ri'jl of llnnnlvl, Mnitit of Kaunl, nml
ut Olan, district of I'liiin, llnuall.
I'lniH nml rpccllii-ntliin of lliu Murk enii
Tie seep ntjtlie oillce of the llonnl of Kilura
in. Tlie ttoiitil iloi' not lilntt ltelf to ni-cvpt
'Mc loiet or nlij tcmli r.
BV onlcr of tin- llonnl of IMnnitloii.
51? Evetir; Bulletin,
OV(ti ulilrli l liirorpornlril
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
NOV. .), 1SU5.
Tlmmns P. Sponcoi, u litorary
Hnuaija:: jirlutor, lias just issued
a book, in pnor uovor but of ran
interest. It is no loss tlmn King
Kiil.tkium'tf lmtivo ii(irmncoiri'iu,
being ii couinci)eiisivo list of
sacdicinnl products of Hawaiian
soil, together with n record of the
onou!ogy oflLiwi'rin chiefs dat
ii.g back to tho ! v-ntli uontnry.
The lattur ih the t- Milt of the in
vcstigitions of tl - I'unous Hawaii
in Board of Gfiii'.ilogy.JIr.Sioncor
was olli-rtd Jai gt- Minis for tho man-v.-ciipt,
wliich is in lliu Into King's
own limidwrit'iig. but be would
sot part with it. He has dmio all
the punting attliu Bim.i irriN oflico
villi his own hand and foi t also,
for he "kicked uiP' tlm iniiirrssinns
on a large trcad'o press Mr. Spon
sor is tho author and printer of
several Hawaiian historical wrks.
His onterpriso is commendable
and his talent evident.
A wot spell dispels snmo of
.Honolulu's pride in its streets.
Uncle Hani's gold roscivo is still
holding below the $100,000,000
mark, but there ,Poms to be no
wore uneasiness about it.
Tho lntost about sugar from
Now Yoik is that "raw is quiot.''
iVhun it gets noisy there will be a
boom in Hawaii.
Have at least a part of tho land
now being made on tho Leleo
swamp icsorved for Kov. Frank
Damon's proposal public pink.
If the bicycle c uitests do noth
ing else, they gro itly rolievo the
general dulnei-N of things "bo
'weon steamers "
Tho drowning of fifty young
culprits like pups is one of tho
latest illustrations of the chnrac
"cr of the "unspeakable Turk."
Local bicyclists while waiting ,
'or tho iMce may roi.d sonic now i
records in tho States iu this
Aniorican p miotic enterpriso
dunes in tho inaltor of national
,arks. Ono of the latest projects
.n this lino is fur establishing one
on tho immortal b.ittlo ground of
J""' ff (rntfl 3ClEr A T'W CKED I H Jiry u'r o J
j ,"? iMlTjlIj srccial.iv con "'"fjr.! '"J$
1 ' mnaalUie Tr.l wi I nmve tKc.r ner-il Mwsfc JxC
iTiimmifiiiiwiiiiriiiiiiiini ' "i-y M-'"rTi"afyvwMWAf""fi'ffTir'"'w''Tfi"
Kroner and kconor grows tho
b.ittlo of tho big cities for the
Republican National Convontion.
The politicians who lnvo tho say
will bo sighing, "Oh, font lodge
in soino vast wilderness I"
There has beou nothing in the
art of printing of Into yours whore
more- pivgicss has boon mndo
than in the making of engravings
For iimtmico, it is within easy re
col'cct'on uf old nowspapor men
when a portrait liko that of Cap
tain Hitchcock in this issue
would have takon a wood engraver
a day or more to prepare for tho
press. Mr. llhodos, foreman of
tho Bri.LUTIN, bad a proof if
this picture, inado by phot .
grivuro on copper, slrucK oil' in
two hours after beginning tho
Accouling to a late dispatch in
a Republican p.ipurof S in Francis
co, thoro was doubt felt in Now
York about which way the Gor
man voto would swing. Thoio
are people in Honolulu who can
toll at any time how all the
"votes" in tho United States are
going to ho thrown.
Having gained a vast improve
meut in sidewalku, Honolulu
should now sit out to seeniv
street crossings. They belong to
It has been obsorvod that tho
most interesting nows often comes
by botween-mail sailing vossols.
An illustration appo.rrs today in
tho Allen's exciting intolligenco
about tho war cloud between
Great Britain and Russia.
British Gui-uiu legislators have
shown their independence by
voting down Mr. Chamborl.iin's
proposals that the colony frhonld
tux itself for now guns and ammu
nition. They probably know what
is good for thorn bettor than tho
now Secretary for tho Colonies,
who is ambitions to mako a bril
liant record for himself.
Grammatical sharps aro often
If San Francisco gets any of
tho big political conventions,
berths on tho steamors honco vill
need to bo takon a long
Tho jury iu tho case of Honry
Wolch, tho cardrivor who was
drowned near Sherwood's place
yesterday, returned a vordict of
accidental drowning. As ho has
no relatives in this city tho em
ployes of tho company will seo
that ho has a suitable funorul. It
will t.iko place this afternoon at
'2:30 from St. Androw's cathedral,
Rov. Alox. Mackintosh officiating.
Welch was tho car driver who was
arrested for furious driving, when
ho brought the car mules into
collision with a body of P. G.
troops on Nuuanu avenue in 1VJ3.
They were marching on tho track
ahead of him and disregarded tho
ringing of the car gong. The case
caused a little sensation at the
Jack MoLeod, a pooi well borer,
struck gold that unsays $11,000 to
the ton, in boring a well in front
of the Methodist churoh, in tho
heart of tho town of Fburne,
British Columbia The laud be
longs to tho Methodist congregation
EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 0, 1895.
(Contintied from ht page.)
Mousignor Satolli, the Pope's
dologito to America, is to bo
mado a cardinal.
Captain General Martinez d
Campos, in the journey from
Diego do Avila to Santo Spiiitu.
was attacked by insiiigents, wlnin
ho roil tod after a short fight. He
was escorted only bv 100 oivalrv
tnon. His coat w' . .,.rcud by
eight bullets and oi.o bullet went
through his Hiddlu-bng
Tlio Spanisu gunboat C.iridad
has boon sunk, tho crew csoining
nish paiiors from lluvma
say Minihtor do bonio at Wi,)
lngton reports that the United
St ll.l will soon IOC lgoi,0 tile
(Julian ins irgonts.
Pro -iior Caii"v,is of Spa n siys
that should too Amor. cm G orn
'tient appoint a cominittoo to
study the (Jubaii question he will
not allow them to land on Cuban
Twelvo Armstrong gnus aro
ordeii-d fioin Khglaiid.'iiid a coni
inission has gone to Guriuiny to
iKgitinte with Krupp for sixty
gunx, for the defense of Havana.
Mayor McMuidiy and tho
Clriiuber of Comiuuico of J).'nv--r,
Colorado, have called a in ism
mooting for tho 31sl to piotest
gmist Spanish opprehsiou m
Cub.i and tike .steps to a.d the ii.-
Members of tho Cuban junta at
Minneapolis declined that there
mis a secret compict between
Spain and England, which ac
counted for tho sei,un of the fili
bustering oxp dition in Bahama
si ands, by which Spun is to torn
ovor Isli do Pinos, at tho siotli
uostorn end of Cuba, in return for
Kngland's promis" to prevent the
fit ing out of expeditions from Iior
'ot Indian dependencies. Isla
do Piuos ould give England an
immensely valuable naval station,
e.iinuiaiidiug tho only channel to
tho Nicaragua canal not now con
trolled by England.
OI'llDIt I, .NS)S.
llrilUli r.nl ititt ItpJiTt Km .lilt leu
ol tlio Homo ov(rniiiunl.
The State Dop utimht at Wash
ington is iu possession of the full
text of tho dispatches sunt by
J.'soph Chamberlain, Sticrotury of
State for tho Colonies, to Sir
Charles Loos, G ivernor of British
Guiana, concerning tho strength
ening of tho frontier, the increase
of tho police and tho purchaso of
The Dopurtmont is also in pos
session of a fall report of pro
ceedings in tho High Council of
British Guimii upon the recom
mendations of the Secretary of
State. These rovoal tho sensa
tional fact that tho High Council,
after 'its members hud soveroly
urruigned Minister Chamberlain
for his precipitate action m rec
ommending Maxim guns, defoatid
t.io resolution for thoir purohapo
by a voto of 10 to rf, thus rej r cl
ing tho policy laid down by tho
Mr. Duncan slid they woro ask
ed to voto nionoy for two puicnaso
of a Maxim gun to place on the
frontier which it took thoni six
months to rouch. The first thing
thoy might hear about that gun
was thut it was being exhibited
as u curiosity at Bolivar. (Laugn
ter.) Until they had easy and
rapid ootuuiuiiication bo "would
call it foolish to place Maxim
guns along tho frontier. When
roads woio built it would bo time
enough to place gnus on the
Sevoral others oppov d tho
resolution in a biinilar strain, Mr.
Uii.oan saying: "Our defenso in
not tho fores of arms; our defense
is tlio prestige of tho mmo of tho
British nation and tho talk of
any othor defense is nioro rub
Armenians and Turks who have
been naturalized in tho United
States continuing to bo tieated
with indignities in Turkoy, the
State Department at Washington
is nroiisod to renewed dibits to
secure their protection.
Tho U. S. cruiser Mnrblohoad
has arrived at Moresina, Asia
Minor, to protect tho missionaries.
Sixty Armenians aio ropmtod
to have been killed in fieico di.
turbiuici'S at ICvzingjam.
Fifty young Turks, charged
with excessos 111 AllllOlliail ii. ts.
went taken on board a Turkish
warship and quietly drowned.
The able address by Ars.
Sturtevant-Peet, president of
the California Woman's
Christian Temperance Union,
on the occasion of the annual
convention of that body in San
Francisco, contained a passage
which takes strong ground on
the benefits of the bicycle. In
speaking of phvsical culture
and the relation of the clothes
to the subject, she said:
"All know the value of a
strong unhindered body. For
this reason the banishment of
the corset and restricting bands
is a foregone conclusion.
Dress reform has pressed its
claims for forty years, with lit
tle progress till the bicycle,
that graceful, silent steeel of
motion, dashes through and
bursts open the door oi oreiu-
! dice. 1 his mvstic wheel that
we meet on every road and
street is the mute but telling
advocate of dress reform.
It has its virtues as well as its
charms. It invites, yea, de
mands, simplicity in dress. It
encourages physical exercise
and utterly ret uses to carry aj
drunken rider. Unlike the
horse, it balks when touched !
by the hand of inebriety. It
inconveniences" and discour-i
ages the use of cigars and cigar- j
ettes to the number of 6,000,
000 a year. In short, the wheel I
is a reformer, and, though, it I
came not through the virtue of
moral conception, we should
welcome its presence as we do
the advent of every new in
vention and corporate edict
bearing the balm of sobriety,
with tlie promise of stronger
and better men and women."
This is a straightforward ex
pression from an able woman
who led the California forces
of one of the greatest National
organizations ever instituted
for the uplifting of the race.
The dignity and earnestness
which characterize her opinion
cast into the shades the hallow
objections which some physi
cians have made to the bicycle.
Ars. Peet gives us to under
stand that in the sole aspect of
requiring women to dress sen
sibly this simple instrument of
locomotion has accomplished
more at a dash than the preach
ers on sensible dress for wo
men have been able to bring
about in nearly half a century.
With so eminent an indorse
ment as this, even the most
timid woman who is not held
in what amounts to physical
restraint by father, husband or
brother from obeying an in
stinctive impulse to dress ra
tionally and enjoy life and
health on a bicycle, may at
least console herself with the
inflection that her impulse was
; right and lament that she was
born a tew years too soon.
In addition to the above
Ars. Peet might have mention
ed the saving in labor attained
by the patent sprocket attach
ed to the Tribune wheel, which
amounts to over 1 $ per cent,
no small desideratum when
ladies are concerned.
The Tribune is the wheel
par excellence for ladies' use,
it has the newest patents and
improvements and can be run
with 1? per cent less work
than any other wheel in exist
ence. :OR SALE ONLY BY
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd
MOV VOWY OWMIMJOTt
When St Comes
To Disinfectants wo still have
tlio beauty of . . .
H. E. Walker,
In Honolulu therj is
always something that de
mands tlie attention of the
fair sex. More especially
is this true when good
bargains are offered. In
catering to the wants of
the Honolulu Indies, tho
merchants must buy judi
ciously and select only the
most artistic designs. Es
pecially is this true of
white dress goods. I re
ceived by the Austhama
u new lino of these goods
that are very pretty. They
must be seen, however, to
bo appreciated. I nlso re
ceived a fine line of Lad
ies' Shirt Waists' and Cor
sets. Now that tho Cho
lera is over midlife, social
ly, has resumed its normal
condition, the dry goods
business must increase
materially iu tho next
month. Anticipating this
demand 1 have laid in this
fine stock of goods and
they aro now ready for
j'our inspection, and can
bo purchased at a reason
M. S. LEVY.
Lime & Stone
LIME AND STONE
Offer for fcnlo tlio liost qtiulity of I.lnio at
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HAWAIIAN IvIME ,t STONE
our stock has
been exhausted, niul
arrivals aro on hand.
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NKXT TO SfAKIXK KAIJAVAY. I'T
iiiIih liKiuuhl fill! fl.llll lllU ttlfT.lin.lt
w tuf im tili'pluuiiiii; Xci. 5S.'i. l'uiiuiLcd
rooms to let ua lliu Hvui1mh.
I.W-U Miis.j. ii.m:wr.
In nrder t" be "Right
in it," nlwnys insist on
j;ettin: cnllle, lircw
iny (i)nl Multitiy Go.'s
Criterion .. Saloon.
'lliu u bo VI
u lllcM'lu vi ns iniulo m good at
H. G. Wooten,
107 Kill.' ntn-t't.
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