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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 3, 18.
&i accordance with Section I, Chapter
SatSloltbe laws of 1880.
JUflyersous LoWlng water privileges or
Stow-paying water rates for the term end
ttfcJun 30, 1896, will bo due and payablo
? offlco of the Honolulu Water Work,
aOe 1st day of January, 1806. All "tes
sanining unpaid for fifteen days after thoy
amdmtr will be subject to an additional 10
3Catcs are payablo at tho ofllco of the
VRUct Works in the Kapuaiwa Building.
CSW4t Supt, Honolulu Water Works.
3r)3 Evei)ii7$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
, .TJilDAY- - -JAN. 3, 189G.
Lirgo purchases of cnal by tho
!Savy Dopartmont for storage at
jSonolulu givos tho quo to a
yashington oorrospondout to
arvske up moro "not imnrobabloM
pfculntions on tho ocoupation of
Tearl Harbor as a naval station.
Tfriclo Sam is only going to re
plenish his coal pile hero, how
rror, and tho biggsr he makes it
-3ie smaller aro tho chancos of
Jhe improvement of his privilege
at Pearl Harbor. Tho United
States will spond a low millions
n coast dofonsos of her mainland
3efro sho turns the first sod iu
Sortifyiug Pearl Harbor.
A'n account is givon olsowhero
of an enormous wavo that inflicted
a damaging blow upon tho Fronch
aleainor La Ghampogno in. tho
Tho Anglo - American disputo
jiiout the Monroo dootrine some
Trhat ovorsbadows the great Cor-belt-Fitzstrnmons
Australian federation seems to
fto coming to a head. A Sydney
7per tells of action in difforout
ooloniiil legislatures, und says
3iore is a prospect of tho election
vl delegates to a convention in
uia next rocoss.
With so many eager candidates
Jbr nomination in the Gold, the
ZEopubliciin party will incur tho
sisk of having the fiercost struggle
m its history at St. Louis, mak
ing tho disappointed factious at
Jho end hard to bo rallied into
3earty support of tho nominoo.
IXvory time a. loading statesman
m put forward for nomination and
fifails, ho comes four years noaror
'Jo being cast aside as a back
John D. Rooitfoller will by his
aauuifioont benofaotions to oduoa
Cfion diarm to a largd extent tho
jrejmlico agninst him on account
f his bing the head of tho Stan
dard Oil octopus. Ho is down
:ow for Bevornl millions iu gifts
y tho Chicago University.
Commissioner Marsdon pub
Sshes a remedy against tho
savages of the carpenter beo. It
fa tho simple one of sotting ompty
3bttle3 without corks at conveni
ent places for the reception of
ifto insect. The boo will readily
"walk into my parlor," but his
icing expansion prevents him
3rom getting out ngaiu. If tho
'1ommissioner could train the
captured boes to catch mesquitoos
instead cf sawing wood for a .living
3 would he tho groutest benofuc
3wr of tho Age.
According to tho latost uews
&e titled English lady William
"STaldprf Astor is going to marry
S Lady, Churchill, who before hor
raairia'go to tho late Lord Ran
dolph Churchill was Miss Jennie
Joromo of Now York. Mr. Astor
Iihb givon up all idea of cvor
ngain making Uia homo in tho
Unitod States. Ho lost his first
wifo in England, whoro ho has
lived like a lord on his largo.
LATEST FOIIEIttH NEWS.
(Continued from ht page.)
ington says: Tho Prosidont has
tendered places on tho Venezuela
Commission to Edward J. Phelps
of Vermont, ox-Ministor to Eng
land, and Robort T. Lincoln of
Illinois, ex-Ministot to- England.
Their oocoptancos havo not boon
received and tho third place on
the Commission will not bo 111 led
until Mr. Phelps and Mr. Lincoln
Tho London Times hn. a dis
patch from Vienna indicating tho
formation of an alliance butweon
Groat Britain, Franco, Holland
a ml Spain to protect their Ameri
can possessions ugainst the Unitod
OTIIlCIl I, NI)S.
Tho most obstinato fighting pro
cedod tho capture of Zaitoun by
the lurks. It is roportod semi
officially that tho Armenians lost
2500 killod, whilo the Turks
had 250 killed. A narrow pass
betweon the hills is filled with
Armonians men, women and
children and it is foarod thoy
will bo uiiiPsacrod. Tho Embas
sadors of Great Britain, Franco,
Russia, Goiiunny, Italy and Aus
tria sent thoir dragomans to the
pulaco in Constantinople to inako
ropresontations with it view to
preventing tho Armenians being
massacred. Tho fiuauoiul situa
tion continues very bnd.
Li Hung Chang lias agaiu bfon
removed from his high oilico
of viceroy of China.
Tho Japanese Government hns
apologized to Great Britain for
tho act of a captain of one of her
warships in hoarding the British
steamer Th ales.
The Vubuti War.
There is n grout excitement in
Huvaua. It is rumored that 8000
volunteers will bo immediately
called into servico to co-operate
with tho regular troops under do
Campos for tho defonse of Matan
zas. Rolling stock on tho railways
is rosorvod for tho transportation
of troops. A full regiment of
troops arrivod from Spain on tho
27th by the sleumer San Fernan
do. A Havana dispatch says: Tho
uuthoritios aro not blind to.the
fact that there is a strong oloment
among the youngor malo popula
tion of the city which is in strong
sympathy with the insurgents,
und in caso of sorious troublo with
tho insurgents outside tho city, it
is un open question whethor tho
fire departmunt and the bulk of
tho oivil guards and volunteers
could be counted upon for any
length of timo.
The, merchants i f tho city,
whilo still loyally Fupporting tho
Government, are beginning to be
very nervous and look forward
with a groat doal of alarm to tho
prospect of un uprising hero and
the entry of tho insurgonts into
Havana, which, it is claimed, is
certain to bo tho signal for whole
sale looting and oilier disorders.
The rebels uro pushing west
ward from itouquo, a city oO miles
southost from Matanzas, burning
plantations all along their routo.
They aro hoard of olsowhero,
buruing towns and plantations,
and destroying all railroad and
Tho Olympin, London, tho
largest placo of public ontortuin
mont in England, oponed the
night of December 26. A military
sptctaclo which included a friend
ly meoting'botweon American and
English officers, and a s.-.luto of
tho combined ilugs of tho two
nations, were among tho exhibi
H DtUlJATt I "DELIcroual i OAIAITX I '
tions of friendly international
An earthquake in sovoral dis
tricts of Spam caused somo houses
tn collnpso, but no deaths aro re
A tunnel is to bo run through
IMko's Peak to supply Colorado
Springs with wator.
Twonty-throo porsons wore
killod and thirty injured in a pa
nic rosulting from a cry of firo,
at tho old Front-Btro'ot thoater in
Baltimoro on Decembor 27. Thoro
woro 3000 poonlo within the walls.
although tho legal capacity is
loss than 2500. Tho entertain
ment was n Hebrow opora and the
victims woro Polish Hobrows. It
was in this theater that tho Re
publican Nntionnl Oonvontiou
Was held in 186d, when Abraham
Lincoln was renominated for tho
prosidonoy and Andrew Johnson
nominated for vice-preaulortt.
Representative Moyer of Loui
siana reintroduced iu tho House
his old bill to roorganizo and in
creaso tho efficiency of the per
sonnel of tho Navy and marine
The Bister of tho new battle
ship Koar8argo has been named
hy beeretary Horbert alter tho
Stato of Kentucky.
Tho wind blow nn eighty mile
j.iit ut Now York tho night of tho
26th. Damngo by tho blowing
down of car simps at Camdon, N.
J, was $20,000.
Strong opposition to tho bond
bill has developed in the House.
Johnson of California made li
brilliant attack on the moasure.
being cheerod by tho galleries.
J. T. Waierhouse.
Queon Sti-eet Store.
in Tins nnd Jars. Assorted Chut
noys, Hams and Bacon, Potted
Meats, Boston Baked Beans and
FORT STEET, NO 10.
RELOADING OUTFITS, AM
MUNITION, Etc. Etc.
Christmas is over but there
are plenty of ducks and turkeys
flying about the ponds, marsh
es and woods of these islands,
and there are plenty of hunters
who will take advantage of
the numerous holidays between
now and Washington's birth
day to try and get a shot at
them. To insure a good bag
of game on one of these trips,
the hunter must have a good
gun, good ammunition and
good dogs. The Hawaiian
Hardware Company will fit
you out with a gun and am
munition and if you haven't
got a good dog why you can
borrow one. We make a spe
cialty of reloading outfits,
shells and ammunition of
all kinds to suit any bore and
can guarantee satisfaction to
In rifle and pistol catridges
we have a large supply to fit
Christmas has come and
gone but the holidays are not,
over. You will want to pur
chase some little reminder of
the New Year for your better
half, and we are just the people
to find something that will
suit you without running
you in debt or mortgaging
your property. We have a
small lot of that beautiful
aluminum ware left, compris
ing handsomely engraved hair
brushes, mirrors, clothes.brush
es, jewelry cases and such like.
We have many useful and
ornamental articles in solid sil
ver or plated ware, cut glass
goods, lamps and lamp shades,
water coolers, goblets, etc. that
would make a desirable gift. .
Call and examine the many
beautiful, useful and economi
cal goods we have on hand
suitable for presents. You
will be sure to -see something
that will strike your fancy.
By the next Australia we
have an immense consignment
of goods in all our departments
to arrive, comprising many
novelties, of which due notice
will be given. Among them
may be mentioned a fresh con
signment theTribune wheels
direct from the factory and up
to date in every respect.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockols' Bank,
NO. 307 TORT. STREET.
NBtoYe&iiR&ceg . . .
KAPIOLANI -:- PARK
January 17, IBS B,
1st Diotolk IUcs; One mile handicap, K O
Hall Tropliy ofallver noup tiirccn.l Tree
for all. Twelro entries.
2d Bicyclk Hack; Ouo-hnlf mllo Juvonllo
hnmllcnp. Open to all non-winners
under 10 years.
3d Bicyclk Hack; Fivo mile dasli. Ha-
tvailan Hardware Company's trophy,
value $33. Kino entries.
4Ui-ltONKiNU Hare; Prize 8100 t'nrao.
One-half mile nnd repeat. Weight
Gth-TitoiTiNo Hack; Prizo 9100 Purse. 3
minuto class; milo heats, est 2 In 3.
For Hawaiian bred horses. Pour
Oth-TnoTriNn Race; Prizo 8100 Purso.
2:10 class; 1 mile heats, lcst 2 in 3.
Freo fof all. Throo entries.
7 tit-Ox k Mile Novelty Hunnino lUcn;
PrizoS 100. Freo for all. First horeo
reaching tho quarter to receive 523.
First Iioiho reaching tho half to ro
ceivo S25. First horse reaching tho
three-quarter to receive $25. Firet
horse reaching homo to rccolvo $25.
This raco will be of spocial intorest as it
will allow admittance of both long und short
All trotting and pacing raco, best 2 in 3,
aro to bo governed by tho Hawaiian Jookey
Entries in tho first bicycle raco must bo
at tho post and ready to start promptly lit
1 r. m.
Goncral Admission CO o
Admission to grounds and
grandstand 5 1 00
Admission to grounds and
lowor stand 73
Quarter stretch budges, ad
mitting to all parts of tho
grounds 2 00
Allcarrlngos iusido tho en
closure, each 100
Programme with uames, colors nnd own
ors of stortors, will be sold on tho grounds
on tho day of r&cos.
Special strcct-car servico ovcry 15
W For further information address
P. O. Box 477, Manager.
18!Md . -
AI.MA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKIi IS TO
Let, furnished, together with a beach lot.
A MAN Wno CAN TREAD UNEXPEOT
cdly upon a piece of coral rock, whilo bath
log at walklkl, and not caso up or make any
prolane remarks, must also be ablo to knock
a mosquito off his nose without bitting that
organ, he will be required to examine a bicy
cle track and tell which way tho wheel was
traveling; call on Brown it Kubey and look
on their now stock Just received per last
For Sale or to Rent.
A desirable dwelling house on
HassinRor street. Apply to
Tho Hawniinn Safe Deposit
and Investment Company'
Fort street. t
FINE LACK HOME, PERFECTLY
sound. Apply to i
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
Stable Room Tq Let. '
FINE STABLE BOOM TO LET FROM
I to 3 stalls.
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
STORE TO LET, KING STREET NEAR
Fort. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
AN "ED. WE8TMAYER" BERLIN UP
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sold cheap. Address, X,
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urday nnd Sunday, 1 to 5 p in. Tol. 530.
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