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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 22, 1896. ,
Encounter Hnrdtlilp nml IiuitfPr
in the Cnnirroon.
MisB Kingaloy, .tho Englisi
worann who haB ijiiat ..returned
from a trip through tho Camo
roona region in Africa, is tho son
sation in England just now. Miss
Kingsloy's trip, which is tho sec
ond ono sho lins made, was for tho
pnrposo of studying tho "fotish"
customs of tho natives and for
collecting specimons of fiah for
the British Museum.
She wont 250 miles up tho
Ogowo river, much furthor than
the French can guarantco protec
tion. Sho started in a canoo with
eight nntives. Tho canoo journoy
was (i Ion" ono, and nearly adozou
times tlie craft was upset and its
occupants wore thrown into vtho
mum. xuu kuiiuii wiia nuuiiy
and Miss Kiugsloy had soveral
narrow escapes, beiiifj saved nioro
man ouco oy cimcinng mo rocits
in the rapids and by holding on
to them until tho natives righted
Miss Kingsley had tho most ro
niarhablo adventures in tho Ean
gwo country whilo travoling over
land from tho Ogowo river to tho
Rombwo. The Fangwes are can
nibals of the most pronounced
typo, always at war with each
other, and are ono of tho few
tribes in Africa who eat their own
dead. Miss Kingsley had with her
three elephant men or hunters of
tho Fangwo tribe and four Djunia
As tho little band approached
each Fangwo town it was found
to bo in a state of defenso, and the
leader of tho band very often fell
into some trap which tho inhabi
tants had laid outside tho town for
tho enemy. As tho expedition
had no proper bandages when ono
of the carriers was injured ho had
to have his wounds bound up with
loaves. Whon tho journoy was
resumed Miss Kiug&loy found tho
traps numorous and every kind of
obstacle placed in tho paths.
Miss Kingsley did not como
across ono imrml placo in tho
lwincwo country, but sho found
that in most of tho native mud
liuta pieces of human boingB wore
being kept, just as civilized people
koep fresh meats and other eat
ables in their larders.
Owing to tribal lighting Miss
Kingsley had to mako a detour
and como on tho as yet unexplor
ed Lako N'Covi. She crossed this
lake and passed a night on ono of
tho numorous islands in it. As
far as Miss Kingsley could judge
Lako N'Covi was about ten miles
wide whero sho crossed, and about
Mteon miles m another direction.
Sho also crossed tho little-known
.range of mountains called tho
biorra del Crystal. These varied
from (iOOO feet to about 8000 foot
in height, and at the foot of ehch
group was a mud swamp, in which
tho explorers sank nearly up to
Miss Kingsley will return to
"West Africa in a few months to
mako furthor explorations. Chi
Vulcunoc Again Active.
Indio, Cal., January 5. Pros
pectors and railroad men from tho
desert report seeing immense
quantities of smoke and steam
rising oft" tho desert toward the
volcanoes below the L-ocopah
mountains during tho day and a
bright light at night, showing that
tho volcanoes in that vicinity aro
again m activo operation.
Following is tho record of tho
international chess tournament in
St. Petersburg to Jan. 5: Las
kor "Won fij, lost 3X; Pillsbury
won 04, lost ai oteinitz won
4$, lost 4i; Tscliigorin Won 14,
Subscribe for the JJ2veni.no Bul
xetin, 75 cents per month.
Bliindoll's Art Enamel Paints,
useful f'.r decor (ting oldof pieces
furniture. King Bros., Hotel
(From U, S. Journal viltdiclitc.)
rrof.W.U.l'cckf .who muU'Vi a upcclnlty of Epilepsy,
iian t Ithoiit doubt treatiil end cured more case than
iiavu heard of cae nf 2 veart'ataiullnKCtirid i) him.
. tends with a laruc bottle of his absolute cure, free to
i any aufferrwho may icnd'hclr I'.O.andKiprcaand.
drosa. We advNe nyon wlthlrnj a euro to addrtu,
klrof. W. II. l'EEUE, r. )., cedar St., licw York.
0horo aro Q8,0Q0 Fohor
'Pianos in ilso. In ordor'to
fully appreoiato this marvel
ous fact it is only necessary
to know that an ordinary
piano manufacturer may
point proudly to a record of
10,000 pianos sold. It is a
wonderful an unpafalloled
popular indorsomont this
record of 98,000 ! ....
- A Sourco of Satisfaction.
"When a piano is not being
played upon it is in uso
nevertheless. If you doubt
this statement attompt to
completely furnish your
parlor without a piano, and
note tho result. Then every
acquaintance naturally as
sociates you with your
piano. Let it bo ono that
you may well be jiroud of.
If it is a Fischer Piano, you
can fool that it is beyond
criticism its reputation is
moro than local tho Fisch
er is known North, South,
East, "West, and in every
Cnsh,or easy payments if desired.
Purchasers of tho Fischer
Pianos aro enabled to ob
tain a iirst-class instrument
on easy payments if they so
desire. Every piano is ful
ly warranted. Our spacious
warorooniB afford visitors
an unique opportunity to
mako a proper soleclion.
Illustrated catalogues (i reo)
WALL, - NICHOLS
Solo Agents for Hawaii.
& Have just received nn inroico of
tho above l'iituos. 201-tf
a botTlc of
' and. bL
ygdAy to atifidc
an3 CilRi any
ytudo'ists ta?ft ce.ez.W
Hollister -:- Drug
130-tf Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Building -:- Lots
l)illnttn attnntlnn. TWntlful vltW of tllO
ocejii. Excellent neighborhood, Lovely
A. V. GEAR.
When It Comes
- . To Disinfeciutjts we. still linvo
-" - plenty, our stock has not
Geo. H. Huddy
Fout Stiiei-t, ovv. Oathumo jri.sstox.
IIour.4 from 0 a.m. to 4 p.m.
:- Dr. Bussel, -:
Office, Masonic Building.
Hours: -: 0-11 am, 3-5 Jim. : Telephone 484.
ICesldencc, Telephone 07(5.
W. H. WINCHESTER,
HAKNESS MAKEll AND SADDLE11.
Soils Hawoiian trees and re-covers
Onrl.Motto is :
"Tako Pains and Keop Customers."
115 Bethel St., between King and Hotel,
Telophono 030. 1C2-tf
Ion't Forget That
iiB:ii:iitos & DECKKU,
Have ssplendid line of
NEW -:- SUITINGS,
Arlington Block, : : : : Hotel street.
S. DBcker, Mgr,
Clocks, Watches and
Owing to failing health, 1 wish to close
out my business early next year. To this
end I will soil my cn'lro stock of
Clocks, Watches and
GREAT BAIIGAINS WILL BE GIVEN.
Campbell Block, .... Merohant St
A FAMILY HOTEL.
Per Dny 8 2.00
Per Week 12.00
Special Suloiitlily Ha.tl
The Best of Attendnnoe, tho Best Situn
tiou and the 'Finest Meals in this City
Lands For Sale noil Hows
In ull purtfci of City.
I3T" Specialties will be noted In this spaco
from time to time.
l'Jl-tf Merchant street.
rr i yB
been exhausted, and now
arrivals are on hand.
SMITH A CO.
Van Doom &. Co., Fort Street
Next Lucas' Planing Mill, will have
fresh every day
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which will be sold to fnmilics in largo or
small quantitio. No Contain-
W. L. WILCOX,
Projjrietor Knlihi Pol Factory.
Store ojieii ocnInj,'s.
ST. 3T. BUHGESS
Repairs Garden Hos Spnnklers. Water Taps.
Snw Filing nnd nil kinds of Tools Sharp
ened, including Carving Knives nnd Scis
sors. Lnwn Mowers repaired nnd for rent.
Also, Sotting Glass in fact nil kinds of
Jobbing. Work called for nnd returned.
Shop nnd residenco en Miller street.
Ring up Telophono 852. 1-tf
Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
Liquors ond Provisions, Sakl a specialty,
Allen Stueet. Telephone 703
LIN SING- KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotel Btroot, Honolulu.
QUONG SAM KEE & CO.
Importers and Dealers In
General Merchandise, '
Corner King nnd Mnunnkea Sts.
C T. AKANA,
No. 324, Nuuanu street.
'MERCHANT TAILOR, v
Fine Suitings made to nrdcr at lowest prices.
H5 Clothes cleaned and repaired.
TOM CHUNG KEE,
"' "?' Nuuanu street.
Dealer in Ladies' and Gentle
Boots and 8hoes to order. I use tho host
material. Goods warranted tow ear well. Ha-
No'C8i Nuuanu stroct.
Has just received a now line of
DRY GOODS, LADIES AND GENTS'
SHOES AND GENEBAL MEHOHAN-
Agent for the following rice plantations.-
Waiplo, Waiawu, Waimalu, Wulalua,
Kaueoho and Eapalania.
T tOT, My rice from Kaneohe is marked
L A nnd la guaranteed Al.
P. O. Box 114, .... Telephone 199;
Kino and Ncuanu BrREtTa.
gJF Cowmentis uuuecetsay
EVERY i MAN I HIS i DWN i HDRSE i EDCTDR.
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
FOIl-TIIB CUnE OP DISEASES OF
HORSES, CATTtE, SKBSP, BOSS, SWIKE AND POULTaY.
Tho marvelous remedy which
FOR SALE BY
XST Neat pamphlet free on application.
O" y-,'90-L &sW
" 9 m B A F1TEV!KJLA0!
" STi "OW" !- -""
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE ARLINGTON BLOCK
CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES
Just opened a full and completes imoortmont of tlio
luxuries nnd dolicncies from ovory civilized notion,
which will bo sold lowor thun lh lowest. . . .
Fresh California Creamery and Island Butter.
FAMILY TKADi: A SPECIALTY.
All Goods dclivcTcd promptly. Civility nnd overy attention given to customers at
COWAN'S CASH STORE.
J. T. Waierhouse.
CrieoTi Stvect; Store.
in Tins and Jars. Assorted Ohut
noys, Hams and Bacon, Potted
Meats, Boston Baked Beans and
I X L LIME.
EORT STEET, NO 10.
FOR . . .
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
At lowest prices, go to
WING TAI LUNG.
331 Nuuanu street.
CHEONG KEE CO.,
All kinds of tinware, crookery,
eto, at lowest prices
Nuuanu and Hotel stroots
Solo Aacnt. Honolulu.
P. 0. llox 203, Tclcphono 20. 10C-tf
BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - CO,
Importers andLIquor Merchants.
No. C, Drumm Street, - San Francisco.
FOIl SALE IN HULK.
Amk.uioan Bouruon Whiskies in liond per
Darrci containing about iu gallons cacn
at various prices according to age and
California Grape Brandy mi Bond per
barrel of about 40 to CO gallons.
Alto ihtctlebrattd Case Wiiikie:
"Extra Tony" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
3 gallons por caso.
"Bearnrass" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles, 2
2-C gallons per case.
"Old rioneer" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-5 gallons per case.
"Tennessee White Byo" Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2 D gallons per case.
CALIFORNIA rollT WINES, SHEKR1E8,
Rend orders bv mail. Satisfaction mm.
Braunschweiger & Co.,
141-lm No. 5, Drnnim street.
Here's the Stuff
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