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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUABY 20, . 189G.
3I?$ Ever?ii)$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY --- JAN. 20, 1890.
It is certain Ezota is making a
raid on Salvador.
Havana is now menaced by
A Canadian cabinot crisis is
Thoso foregoing items aro from
the Star of Saturday and purport
to bo the latest foreign news. The
subjects wore not included in the
Bulletin's foreign budget of that
day, on account of other mutters
being given i'ust preference. Yet
on ench of tho subjects this pa
per is still tho first local
journal to give tho latest.
"It is certain Ezota" was "making
a raid on Salvador," but tho
scamp was arrested in Costa ltiea
with his party, and will mako his
appearance in irons on Salvado
rean soil. "Havana" was "men
aced by Cuban rebols," but at last
accounts tho rebels wero putting
spnco between thorn and Havana
as fast as their heels could tra
vel. "A Canadian Cabinet cri
sis"1 was "imminent" some
days beforo tho mail steamer
sailed. The crisis was on in full
blast.howovor,at that time, causing
general political excitement in tho
Dominion. Several members of
tho Cabinet had resigned, and
Premier Bowoll, if tho latest dis
patch is correct, was pressing tho
resignation of tho whole Cabinot,
which, however, tho Governor
General refused to accept unless
on tho understanding that ho
should call on tho- loader of the
Liberal party, Wilfred Lauricr,
to form a now Cabinot. Doubt
less Fromier Bowoll wants a dis
solution of parliament in hopes
that tho electors will rotain
tho Conservatives in power.
It would bo bettor for Mr.
Laurier and his party, undoubted
ly, to have a general election now,
as it would ho noxt to impossible
for them to carry any important
measures, contrary to tho policy
of their opponents, in tho face of
a large majority elected to support
tho Conservative party. It is
doubtful if Lord Aberdeen will
bo sustained by tho Imperial
Government, on constitutional
linos, in tho position ho has as
sumed. Tho crisis is tho
most interesting ono since tho
Marquis of Lomo, when Govornor
General, was instructed from Lon
don to follow, tho advice of his
constitutional advisors, when ho
hesitated to confirm their removal
of the Governor of Quebec. Tho
Dominion Cabinot had resolved
on Govornor St. Just's removal bo
ciuibe ho dismissed his Cabinot
rather than assent to ono of its
schemes, although in tho
election that followed the
action of tho Governor was tacitly
approved by the people of Quebec
in electing a majority to support
tho late Opposition's now Ministry.
TJndor tho constitutional princi
ples of the country, howovor, tho
representative of the Crown is not
responsible, and no amount of
popular ondorsation after tho fact
will mako constitutional his inter
feron co with the Ministry's polioy
irhilo it has a majority in tho pop
ular branch of tho XegiBlaturo.
Lord Aberdeen's position, there
fore, i it includes a refusal to dis
soho Parliament on the advice of
his constitutional advisors, does
not nppoar to bo in accordance
with either British or Canadian
upon tho roverso sido of tho
Pilot Chart of tho North Pacific
Ocean for January is a groat circlo
sailing chart of tho Indian Ocean
on Horrlo's mothod. It takes in
tho Bay of Bongal, tho China Sea
and its archipelagoes, Now Gui
nea, Solomon Islands, Australia
and part .of Now Zealand. Tho
obverso sido has the Chineso and
Kussian coasts, tho Aleutian group
and Alaskan coast, tho Hawaiian
Islands and tho Pacific conbts of
California and Moxico. Duo east
of Maui and north of Hawaii is
marked a largo log reported on
October 29. 1895. This valuable
publication is issued monthly at
tho Hydrographic office of the
Navy Department, Washington,
the hydrographer editing it being
Commondor Charles D. Sigsbeo,
U.S.N. Its forecast of wind and
weather in tho North Pacific for
January says : "Occasional
squalls may bo expected in tho
vicinity of tho Philippine and Ha
waiian Islands and in tho legion
of tho doldrums."
Mis" Kato Field does not' ap
pear to be any more exact in tho
information sho convoys than tho
average correspondent sent horo
from abroad to writo up Hawaiian
atTairs. In ono of hor lottors
copied by tho Advertisor sho says
"that tho Hawaiian group is 1000
miles nearer our coast than tho
Inst of the Aleutian chain." With
tho assistance of an anciont
maiinortho Bulletin makes tho
calculation on a great circlo sail
ing chart that Attu, the last of tho
Aloutiau chain, is in round num
bors 1000 miles nearer the Ameri
can coast, taking Alaska as Ameri
can torritory, than tho Hawaiian
Group. Following tho sentence
quoted abovo Miss Field writes,
"In point of sympathy and com
merce tho latter aro infinitely
nearer." According to tho syn
tax "tho latter" refers to the
"Aleutian chain," making tho
It will bo scon, from tho in
creasing patronage of tho Bul
letin's advertising columns, that
business men aro realizing whore
to get tho best value for their
money. Tho circulation of thiB
paper has been growing stea
dily for sovoral months in
koopinc with tho constant
endeavors to mako tho paper
excel. Today an improvement is
made in appearance by means of
now typo for tho reading matter.
This will further recommend tho
Bulletin both to rondors, and
advertisers who got tho benefit of
tho papor's steadily rising popu
larity. Recont events should mako tho
idea of having a rovonuo cuttor
strong in tho coming Legislature.
It is not well to bo sending tho
tug out for long cruises, as there
is no tolling the hour when hor
sorviccs may bo required in her
regular lino of business.
Only two of tho thirtoou Toxans
in tho National Houbo of Eopro
sontativos aro natives of Texas.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oats,
Tho original brund.
Diffcient from and better thau any other brand.
CST" Forsalo by all Leading Grocers.
FRANK B. PETERSON & CO.
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 very
abstemious in his habit and
generally goes to bed at 8
o'clock in the evening. He is
in the habit of summoning his
Ministers 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 Spreckols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
JbATKST l'OltfcinV NI!H.
(Continued from hi page.)
Tho interior settlements aro
overrun by bushwhackers, who fol
low tho Spanish and Cuban col
umns, rob settlors and assault
women. No mercy is shown to
them when they aro caught by tho
regular forcos on either Bido. The
inhabitants of tho towns in tho
raided bolt aro organizing citizens'
vigilanco committees to protect
themselves against tho bushwhack
ers. Several offenders havo boon
The Spanish uovornmont has
refused to accept tho resignation
of Martinez do Campos as Captain
General of Cuba. It has also do
cided to incrcaso tho military and
naval forcos in Cuba.
There will bo a shortago in tho
Cuban tobacco crop, owing to
devastation by tho rebols. Tho
planters aro almost all Spaniards
or Spanish sympathizers. Gen
eral Carlos Garciaj son of Gonoral
Mnnuol Garcia, i in New York on
business connected with tho Cub
an cause. Ho says thoy expect ti
revolution in Spain within thrco
months, as tho Carlists threaten
to riso if do Campos cannot wind
up tho Cuban rebellion shortly.
General Ezeta and mombors of
his expedition havo been arrested
and aro hold by tho Costa Kica
Government subject to the orders
of tho San Salvador Government.
A dispatch from Montreal, Jan.
0, says: Tho latest roport from
Ottawa today is to tho ofTect that
Lord Aberdeon positively refused
to accept tho resignation of tho
Bowoll Cabinet as a whole. Ho
insisted that now Parliament is
summoned business must proceed
and .the measures outlined in tho
speech from tho throno must bo
carried out. If this is not done,
ho declared, tho only course open
to him is to call on Laurior to
form a now Ministry.
War talk prevails in Venezuela,
there boing a desire to meot tho
British troopB on tho border.
It is denied from London
that British troops havo rein
forced tho posts in tho dis
puted territory. In tho United
States House of ltopresontatives
Livingston, Domocrat, of Georgia
movou a resolution, which was
referred to tho committee on for
eign relations, requesting the Pre
sident to ascertain if tho British
troops had advanced, as reported,
sinco December 17, and, if thoy
had, to demand tho immediate
withdrawal of tho British soldiers
and the reduction of tho police to
a not greater number than wero
occupying tho British outposts on
the date mentioned.
At Vmma KquMr.
The regular weekly band con
cert will bo given at Emma Square
thiB evening at 7:30 with tho fol
I, March "Unser Comrades" Faust
?. Overture "Story City" Ferrl
3. Gavotte "Hohenzollerm" Thlele
4. Mdley "Herman Marches"
fi. Medley "Fltasant Memories".." "Heyer
0. Fantasia "Darkles Dream" Lniislni;
7. Waltz "Old Melodies" UcrRer
8. March "Double Eaclu" Waguer
floaslp About IlnrrUon.
There has boon much gossip
over tho coming marriage of ox
Prosidont Harrison, but ovon tho
most activo collectors of such per
sonal news havo boen bailled by
Harrison's stony reticence and tho
self-control of tho woman who, it
is reported, will soon boar his
name. Mr. Harrison iB not an
old man and ho has a perfect
right to marry again, if ho sees
fit. "Wo also think he sIiowb good
taste and sound oommon sense in
keeping his plans a secret, for tho
public lias become weary of all tho
recent details of engagement be
tween prominent peoplo. Bettor
a httlo spice of curiosity ungrati
iied than details which leave abso
lutely nothing to tho imagina
tion. S. F. Ohroiiiclo.
How the Jnpniimo Econoinlre.
Tho little economies that havo
made Japan so rioh may bo no
ticed everywhere. The dust of
charcoal is gathered up and mixed
with chaff of wheat, barley and
other grains, and with chopped
straw. It is then moistened into
pasto, rolled into balls about as
big as a billiard ball, and makoa
I-I. A.. .A. C.
January 25, 1896.
t One milo novice bleycl.
3100 yds dash, handicap.
U Half-mllo bo s bicycle, handicap.
i Running high jump, handicap,
5 Half-mile bicycle, handicap.
C (40 i ds dash, handicap.
7 3-mfnute class bicycle.
b I'olo ault, handicap.
0 One-mile novelty bicycle
10120 yds hurdle handicap.
11 One-mile run handicap.
VI Onc-mllo bicycle handicap.
13 l'utttriK shot, handicap.
14 Running broad Jump.
15 SJU jds dnsli, handicap.
1(1 3-mlle lap bicycle.
17 King Tournament.
H Scrub Horse rate.
Athletic sports. Mtmbcrs of club
scholars f.ii'j, non members $50.
Blcjclo event. Mcmbcru of club and
sclioluts ?..)(!, non members frl.
King Tournament. Frio lor nil, ?1.
Hall-mile horse race for scrub horses $1,
MV WIFE, MAMA nAUUKTT, HAVING
left my bed and board against my will, I
hereby notify thu public that I will not bu
responsible for any debta toutraUcd by her.
Honolulu, January 11, ls'JO. 200-lw
W. H. RIOKARD,
General Business Agent.
Will attend to Conveyancing in
all its Branches, Collecting
and all Business Matters
All Business entrusted to him
will recoivo Prompt and Careful
Hcnokaa, Hamakna, Hawaii.
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Honolulu, II. l.
Z-Ofllcoi 114 Merchant street. 104-tf
Fifteen years' experience and all
NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
W. R. RILEY.
( Leave orders at Sanders' Ex
press office, King Street, near
Fort. Tolephono 8G.
To - Ewa - Plantation !
Monday, Jan. 20
Train will leave Honolulu at 7 r si. Return
lug immediately alter the circus.
Round Trip Tickets .75Cts
Notice to Creditors.
ALL PERSONS HAVING; CLAIMS
ngainst tho Club Stables Company aro re
quested to present them immediately to
Cecil Brown, recehor, at bis offlco on
Receiver Clnb Stables Co.
Honolulu, January 18, J89f. 204-2t
Eleotion of Officers.
THE PORTUGUESE MUTUAL BEN
ellt Society of Hawaii at its annual meeting
bold on the 12th day of January, 1890,
oloctod its officers for the current year tho
following named gentlemen:
M. G. Silva rresidout.
J. P. Rodriguos, ...Vice President.
O. Farm Secretary.
M. R, A, Vicira Treasurer.
Board of Dhcotors: L. Ft Menezcs, J.
J. Femandes, V. O. Tclxelra', Josd P. DUs,
and F. Souza.
Auditors : JoAo P. Dins, J. F, Mcmlomja,
51. J. H. e Slha, F. Frtltas and J. Frlas.
ALMA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKJ. 13 TO
Let, furnished, together with a beach lot.
LAND AND HOUSES
There is a piece of land together
with two houses 011 Kokauliko
stroot between King street and
Knpuukolo road, now rented at
$300.00 a year; will sell for $2,000.
For further particulars apply to
W. C. ACHI.
Honolulu, January 11, 1890.
Dr. Geo. P. Andrews
Omen : Mvsomo Bi'ii.iuho.
Offlco Lours : 10 to 12 n m., .'( to 4 p.m.
Rcsidouco with Prof. V. D. Alexander,
Punnbou street. 200-tf
The Planters !
K. OOURA .fc CO. GIVENOTICETHAT
they withdraw their plan to iutroduco con
tract laborers freo of chargo, which was
issued In Dcrembor, as it has been found
impracticable and thnt thoy will reert for
tho present to their original plan where the
plonters pay tho passago money from Japan
K. OGURA ic CO.
Honolulu, January 18, 1890. 204-lw
LIN TAI GO.
410 HoM streot, noarNuuanu.
Of All Kinds of Provisions,
Chinese Tea. and
GROCERIES, -,'- RICE,
All kinds of nnnneil rn,if ";...
ana a largo assortment of goods too
Humorous to montion nt tbo cry
T. B. MURRAY,
Fitted up with all tho Modern
Manufacturing and Repairing Vehicles
of Every, Description.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
IN TnH CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Hawaiian Islands. In
Uonkroptoy. -At Chambers! In tho mat
ter of tho Bankruptcy of K. C. Ithodes
Creditors of tlin nnltl Ttnnl.-nnit mo )io-..l,..
notified to coino in and prove their debts
beforo tho Circuit Court of tho First Circuit
at Chambers, at Honolulu, on Monday the
27th day of Jonuary, 1800. between the
hours of ton o'clock in the fnrenoon and
noon of tbo said day, and elect an Assignee
or Assignees, of tbo said baukrupfs estate.
By the Court,
JAS. A. THOMPSON,
Wiley's - Improved
DOUBLE BOARDS, ADJUSTABLE FOR ....
Pants & Skirts
1ST FOR SALE DY
Hopp & Go.
74, King Street, or
J. W. WILEY at F. H.
Bertelmann's shop, oppo-
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