Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 18, 1896, Page 4, Image 4',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 18, 189G.
15 ' "'
K BY ATJTH0E1TL
&' Sale of Stalls, New Honolulu Market.
On Monday, January 20lli, 18!, at 12
o'clock noon, nt tlio Market House on Ilio
Ksplanade will bo offered at Public Auction
tlio remaining unsold Stall, for a trrm ot one
These Stalls arc divided Into four Sections,
A. II. C and 1).
Sectiov A. Contains 20 Stalls numbered
from I to 20 with Marblu Slabs and Is In
tended for the Sale of Fresh Fish and Corned
Section II. Contains 20 Stalls numbered
from 21 to 40 with Sloping Marblo Slabs and
Iron drainage ways which are Intended for the
Sale of Fresh and wet Salt Fish and other
Products of the sea.
Section C. Contains 20 Stalls numbered
from 41 to CO with Zinc Covered tops and Is
Intended for the sale of Poultry, KgU's, Visi
table nnd fruit.
Sittiov I). Contains 20 Stalls. The Ma
l;al half numbered from 01 to 05 and "I to 75
with Clue covered tops, I Intended for the
sile of Dried FUh. The Mauha half numbcrid
from i to 70 and 70 to 60 wllh Zinc covered
top. I Intended for the sale of Poultry,
Ekk, Vtgulnlilui and Fruit.
The ti,iet Monthly Hen'al of tliu Stalls will
bo as shown on the Mnp nt the front entrance
of Hie Kxeciitlve It n I'll nir-
The Stalls will bo put up at the Monthly
upset rental as marked, and sold to the high
The rent vi 111 he payable monthly In ad
vance. Illslit of poi if slon Is uon-aMli;nabIc except
with tin- written consent of tlio Clerk ot the
Market, and Is also subject to all rules of the
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllcc, .Ian 10, 1S1K). 20J-2t.
51? Eveijir Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
SATURDAY - JAN. 18, 189G.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS"
II.'KUIIILE loss or i.i im: iiy
i:aktiio.uaki: in i':iisi.v,
Artlilly nt KHqulninlt Poclcyan!--
.tlnllil)- of ItumlHu SoItllorK
Jinn' OlFer to llnslu.
San FitANCifCO, Jan. 10.
Tehekan (Peisin), Januttry 9.
Two earthquakes occurred in
the district of Kahlkbal, tlio firs1
on the night of January 2d. The
lnrge rillugo of Janjubud was de
atroyfd. Sevorul others wero pur
tinlly destroyed nnd 300 persons
wore killed. The second earth
quake oocurred on January 5th,
and was very severe. It was felt
over an area of 100 square milos.
The town of Got was destroyed
and a thousand houses were de
molished. In addition groat
damagf was done to runny villages.
The loss of lifo was very great.
There wero 800 persons killed in
Goi alone, nnd largo numbers of
cattle and shoeu porishod.
Bkuixn, January 9 A dispatch
to the Frankfurter Zoitung from
St. Petersburg says the crow of
tlio firt ohi83 Russian steel cruis
er Hunk, 10,923 tons, mutinied
recently in the harbor of Algiers.
The mutiny wns suppressed by
tho Fror.cli Authorities, iiiidthiity
lenders of the outbreak are smd
to bo on the wuy to Oronstadt.
where they will be executed.
Rome, Jauunry 9. News is re
ceived horo that tho Italians in
Abyssinia have defeated Emperor
Mouolik'b forces ut Makolth, tho
engagement taking place January
7th (Tuesday). The Shouns lost
houvily tvhile the Italians had
only throe native troops killed nnd
a few wounded.
VicTOniA, B. 0., JanuuryD.
Tho greatest activity is being
shown by the naval authorities ut
this station. Tho officers have
been taking a grontdoal of interest
in the dispatohrs regarding the
tiff betweon Great Britain and
Gormany, and more official dis
patohos than usual have been
going betweon Admiral Stephen
son and the Admiralty Office in
London. It is hard to tell just
what bearing all this has on tho
trouble between tho two big Eu
ropean powers, but thore is no
doubt that pxtra precautious are
"being tako'n to protect British
intorosts on this Coast. ,
It had boon officially announced
that her majesty's ship Royal
Arthur, tho flagship of tho Pacific
squadron, would loavo for Bug
land beforo tho close oi 1695, nnd
tho usual iarotvoll balls wero
given, but eho is still here, and
from what can bo learned will
retrain horo until spring. . In
the.pust but one big war snip Iimh
beeu kept on this station, t'.ic
othors being smaller onos. Now
it is stated that two largo ships
will come out to join tho Pacific
lleot, besides ouo which is intend
ed to relievo the Koyul Arthur.
Another instanco of tho fact
that Great Britain is nlivc to hor
intorosts in tho Pacific is that
work on hor majesty's ship
Sntollite, now in the Esquimau
dock, is being rushed both night
and day. Tho Satillito met with
an accident in the South Pacific,
.nd when she arrived it wns an
nounced that she wo.ild be in tlio
dock for six weeks. All this has
been changed, nnd the men nt
work on hor say th.it sho wtll bo
ready for service in ;i few days.
St. PcTEusiiuno, Jauuury U. -Tlio
Yokohama curroHpondont of
tho .Novoe Vrstny cables that
Japan has offered free and unli
mited anchorage to llussian w.ir
ships in all Japancso harbors,
with n view to diverting Bupsia
from her intention of acquiring a
harbor in Coroa.
Honrj Norman, spooial com
missiouor of tho London Daily
Chronicle iu Washington, tele
graphs inteiviuw with a large
number nf members of Congress,
who uw all in f ivor of arbitration
for tho settlement of disputes bo
tweon Great Britain and tho
United States, excepting those
involving uational autonomy or
honor. Ho also rofers to tho
abandonment by Great Britain of
the Schombitrg line and the
changed attitude of tho English
public, siyiug that nothing blocks
the way to n prompt sottlomont.
not only of tho Venezuelan but of
all other lunttors now pending and
oreating international discord.
A.NOTIIKU IVAIt OI.OUI).
(Continued from 1st page.)
Englishmen, in the ropublic. Tho
old Boors, who aro desoondauts of
tho original Dutch settlors, re
fuse to allow the Uitlanders, who
are neurly all Englishmen, to take
part, in tho dirootion of the affairs
of tho Transvaal. The Boers are
well ucquaintod with tho English,
and thoy know that if the English
or partisans of England have tho
least shnre in tho Government of
the Transvaal tho indopendonco
of the republic would quickly dis
appear, and (Jooil Rhodes, who
has always had a dosire to nnnox
all South Africa to Cape Colony,
would speedily find tbo means to
realizo his ambitions. Tho Trans
vaal region is exceedingly rich,
England has never ceased to re
gret not having takon the Boer
country long ago.
The London Times on January
1 says: "Historically we must
admit that there is something to
be said for the Boers, who ro
troatod further and furthor into
tho interior to osoapo from British
rule and to maintain thoir own
primitive and puritanical institu
tions. But no small body of mon
can claim a permanent monopoly
of so largo a pait of the earth's
surfuco abounding in resources of
every kiud ''
On January 2 news of a fight
came as follows: Tho invading
English army in tho Transvaal
has beeu disastrously defoated by
tho Boers. A(scnro or more have
boeu killed, many wounded and
Dr. Jameson is a prisoner at
Johannesburg. One of tho most
impudent acts of aggression over
oommitted, oven by British arms,
has thtiB mot with swift retribu
tion. It is said that Jameson coolly
pooketod the Queen's orders to
retire, saying laconically to tho
messenger that he would attend
to thorn, and tQX gayo tho com
riauic-ATB. i 'DEUcioual 4 daTWtPM t-1. 1
3 S 0&M5! SPECIALL.V FOR! BRANDS."
mand to his trcops to snddlo nnd
matched, not on tho back track,
but on toward Johannesburg. Ho
wttR met by tho Boers nbout thirty
miles oast of Johannesburg. The
famous marksmanship of tho Boors
was no lt'RB deadly than in thoir
gallant dofonso against tho samo
enemy fiftoon years ago. Twenty
mon, including throe officers, wero
killed, nnd fifty wero mado
prisonors beforo Jamoson sur
rendered. Tho malcontonts of Johannesburg
failed to riso as was oxpeotod, and
thus JnmoBon'n troops had only
tho ohnraotor of a freobooting in
oursion into tho country. His
action was speodily disavowed by
tho British Government, Promior
Ceoil niiocloa of Onpti Colony, and
tho Chartered Company. Sir
Horoules Robinson, Governor of
Capo Colony, upon hearing of the
invasion, promptly disavowod any
prior knowledgo of it.
Dr. Loyde, Socretiry of Stato
for the Transvaal, was in Ger
miuy w! on tho trouble wns r
portid, and ho nnd" a direct
appeal to Emperor William to'in-t'-rveno
in bohalf of his country.
Tho Emperor was reported to
have expressodextremo indignation
nt tho filibtistonug methods of
England. Tho British Embassy
at Berlin gave n statement that
considerably nllnyod tho public
There was u report on the 3d
inst. of n sooond army, consisting
of sovoral hundred Bechuaiialand
troops, marching for Johannes
burg and tho next d iy it wns re
ported to havo boon out down.
Emperor "William telegraphed
his congratulations to President
Krnrger for his victory ,yoi- tho
iuvaders without outside help.
The leading papers ut onco
sounded n call to prepare for wur.
Tho German press responded with
great bittorness. There is u
similar tono in tho Fronch press
against England, and Germany,
Rupsia and Franco nrosiidtobe
in accord to stop British aggres
sion. It was stated iu Berlin that the
Transvaal would in fnturo havo n
represontntive in Berlin, and this
in the face of tho British claim of
suzerainty would bo taken as a
causo of war in Groat Britain.
News of Premier Rhodes' resig
nation was confirmed on tho 4th.
His successor is Sir Gordon
Sprigg. It is insinuated that
Rhodes has an ambition to found
a great South African Ropublic,
and that he is a rebel in tho pre
A large squadron, as elsewhoro
reported, has been ordered to
South Africa by Great Britain.
The German Emperor sent a
note to the Cztr of Russia by a
special messenger '
Thore aro 30 000 discontented
pooplo armed iu the Transvaal,
and an order has been mado for
them to disarm on pain of prose
cution. They aro very reluctant
to give up their arms. Tho situ
ation ut Johannesburg is critical.
Dr. Jamosou has been extradit
ed to tho English authorities and
will bo tried in London. Hud
the Transvaal government hold
him or treated him wjth violence
war would bo certain. His ox
tradition is nbout tho only peace
ful nppoaring incident iu tho
IIIIOKK VV TIIK .TIKKTING.
London 5Irn Prevent Gutlierluir of
London, January 8. A moot
ing of Gorman and Dutch so
cialists hold in Hyde Park last
evening to congratulate President
Kruegor was attacked by a orowd
of Londoners. Tho platform was
demolished and a free fight en
sued, in tho midst of which the
Vestibule rods are those littlo
brass rods used for sash curtains
Venetiun doors or windows. King
Bros, have them for sale with
PRESIDENT OF VENEZU
ELA AND OTHER
President Crespo of Venez
uela Is a tall, heavy man, with
a countenance revealing force
and determination. He is ery
abstemious in his habit and
generally goes to bed at 8
o'clock ih the evening. He is
in the habit of summoning his
Aiinisters to him at sunrise.
He is fond of cattle-ranching,
and owns a large number of
acres not far from the Venezu
elan capital. He is a fine eques
trian and has an unlimited
amount of backbone. He also
knows a good thing when a
friend puts him on to it. If he
lived in Honolulu he would be
one of the first to call at the
store of the Hawaiian Hard
ware Company and examine
some of that fine cutlery just
received by the last Australia.
Beyond question we have now
displayed on our shelves and
in our windows and showcases
the finest lot of cutlery ever
brought to these Islands.
One of those fine carving
sets with ivory or buckhorn
handles in handsome plush
cases would be just the thing
to take the fancy of President
Crespo or his great and good
friend Grover Cleveland. We
have also smaller sets of carv
ers, designed for game and
In the matter of Knives we
have a new stock of everything
in the line, comprising butter,
kitchen, skinning, dessert, table,
putty medium, hunting and
pocket knives in an almost be
Those little pearl-handled
butter knives are dandies and
you will want one as soon as
you see them.
Another useful little article
is a pocket nail-cleaner and
file, which is a novelty and
We are entirely out of bicy
cles, having closed out our en
tire stock last week. We ex
pect a big lot of the 1896
model of the Tribune and Mon
arch wheels by the next steam
er and shall be pleased to take
your order in advance.
We have also on hand a
fresh supply of Fresh coffee
pots, which sell like hot cakes.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprookols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
WFNI.NT, ,11 It. IIAVM,,
Editou Dum.etin: Tho
Hoyno " comes out with unothor
blaBt against tho "Missionary"
in the Independent. What is tho
U80 of it? Mr. Hayne, why don't
you confine yourscif nnd your pub
lications within tho bounds of
common senso? Would it not be
better, would it not havo more
effect, and would it not gain for
you more credit, socially, morally
und commercially, if you wero to
criticise tho Hawaiian Govern
ment for its short-enmings, in a
munty and sober' manner? What
sense is there in issuing a publi
cation which enters to sensun
Why d you not endeavor to
ute tho talents, which you with
out doubt pos4"HS!, iu earnestly
nnd honestly netting forth the
wrongs or fiults under ufiioh wo
sufi'ei orlhink wo do? Is it
possible, tlTat, in order to noil a
fow hundred oxtn copies of your
magazine, you aro willing to pan
dor to that debased taste which
craves aftor immorality. Julian
1)., you are wrong. This govern
ment nnd its porsonnol do not
disliko criticism. But thi awful
caricatures of the failings of a cer
tain class of humanity Iu Hono
lulu, as depicted (so wo have it
on good authorit ) in your about-to-como-ont
number of the Ha
wniinu uio a wretched travesty on
sober comment. CitlTlc.
, "What iiiiik'-M you chew gum all
the time?" inquired the office hoy.
"Havon't got anybody to talk to,"
answered tho girl a't hor type
Hardware Dealer What do j'ou
want with such n heavy saw? Bil
kons My wife has made a fruit
cake for Christmas. Boston
"Lofnr has struck it rich." "Has
he?" "Yes; he's got a corner on
the sidewalk." Boston Courier.
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Honolulu, II. 1.
Syomco: 114 Merchant street. 101-tf
Fifteen years' experience nnd all
NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
W. R. RILEY.
Loavo orders at Sanders' Ex
press office, King Street, near
Fort. Telephone 80.
To - Ewa - Plantation I
Monday, Jan. 20
Train will leae Honolulu at 7 r.M. Itcturn
l"K immediately alter the circus.
Round Trip Tickets .75Cts
Notice to Creditors.
ALL PEIISON8 HAVING CLAIMS
against the Club' Stables Company are re
quettod to present thorn immediately to
Cecil Brown, roceivor, at his office- on
Receiver Club Stables Co.
Honolulu, Tanunry 18. 1895. 201-2t
Election of Officers.
TnE rOKTUGUliBE MUTUAL BEN
elit Society of Hawaii nt its nnmnil meeting
hcldou tlo 12tli day of January, 1800,
elected its officers for the cuncut year the
following named gentleinon;
M. G. Silva President.
J. P. Itodriguos. ...Vice President,
O. Fnria Secretory.
M. It. A. Vleira Treasurer.
Board of Directors: L. F; Menezos, J.
J. Fernanilen, V. O. Tclxelra, Joed I. Dlas,
awl F. Bouza.
Auditors : Jono P. Dlas, J. F. Menilonra,
M. J. It. o Sllva, F. Fieltas and J Frlas.
n. . ' C. FAItIA,
. . . CHOWDER
Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Evory Saturday ovening, for
ALMA COTTAGE, AT 'WAIKIKI. IS TO
Let, furnished, together with u beach lot.
Thore is a pieco of land together
with two houses on Eokauliko
stroot between King street nnd
Kapuukolo rond, now rented at
S300.00 a year; will sell for 2,000.
For further particulars apply to
W. C. ACHI.
Honolulu, January 11, 189G.
Dr. Geo. P. Andrews
Omen: Mahonig IIuildino.
Offlco hours : 10 to 12 a.m., .1 to 4 p.m.
KuHidenco with Prof. W. D. Alexander,
Puuahou street. 200-tf
To The Ptata!
K. OGUItA .fc CO. GIVKNOTICETHAT
thoy withdraw their plan to introduce) con
tract laborers freo of chnrgo, which was
issued In December, ns it has been fonnd
impracticable and that thoy will rovert for,
the prestnt to their original plan where the'
plautcrs pny tho pussngo inonoy from Japan
K. OGTJRA k CO.
Honolulu, Janunry 18, 1800. 20Mw
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of the People's Ico nud Re
frigerating Company, held this day the
following office were elected for the ensu
President J. A. MeCandless.
Vice President. .J. Alfred MaRoon.
8ocretary E. A. Jones.
Treasurer L. O. Abies.
Auditor". T. W. Hobron.
Tho above also constitute tho Board of
Directors of tho Company.
T. W. HOBRON,
2&1-3t Acting Secretary.
410 Hotplstrtct, uonrNuuanu.
. Importers -Of
All Kinds of Provisions,
Chinese Tea and
GROCERIES, -.- RICE,
All kinds of Oauned Fruit, Cigars,
and a largo nssortmout of goods too
numorousto mention at tho very
T. B. MURRAY,
Fitted up with all the Modern
Manufacturing and Repairing Vehicles
of Every Description,
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
A. J. Derby, D.D.S., Dontal
office Cottage No. 100, Alakoa
street, telephone No. G15. Oflico
hours 9 A m. to 4 p.m.
&H , f4