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EVENING BULLBTIN, FEBRUARY 4, 18DG.
etniitinoplo thnt Eussm ih nrrnng
ing with tho Sultnn for tlio occu
pation of Armonin.
Resolutions of Bympntby for tho
AmouinuB huvo boon passed by
both houses of tho United States
Congress. Somo fiory Bpoochos
Tho Houbo resolution JAOjiQatofl
tho Presidont to conunumento to
tho 1'owoib signatory to tho Berlin
treaty tho profound regret of tho
American people and tuoir Gov
.ornmont thnt tho ongngomonts
made in that convention for tho
Bomtnty of the Armouinn Christ
ians had not boon.porormecl. Also
that tho Government of tho
United States expresses its sym
nathy for tho Armenian pooplo
and its hope that tho Government
o tho tiultau will at once oxtonu
to them full aud adequato protec
tion for tho preservation of life,
security of property anil tho free
oxereiso of religion.
Representative Hepburn, Re
publican, of Iowa mado a bold
speech, in which ho said tho roso
lutions would havo no effect on
Europe At tho propor tinio ho
would inavo an amondment that
tho Presidont bo directed to fur
nish tho Turkish Minister with
his pnssports and terminate nil
diplomatic relations with tho Gov
ernment of Turkoy.
Mr. Hitt, Republican, chairman
of tho committee on foreign affairs,
opposed rash measures, saying
tho code of international law was
a bettor protection than applruso
from tho galleries.
Speakers of each party woro
divided between conservative and
oxtremo expressions. All nmond
ments were voted down dud tho
committco resolutions woro adopt
ed by a voto of 1455 to 20.
Tliero was similar clashing in
tho Senate. -
English nowspnpers and public
men huvo oxpressod pleasure at
the moral support Amorica tenders
Europo against tho Sultan, and
some papers suggest that it would
bo oven moro acceptable if the
United States navy mado a de
monstration in Turkish waters.
The Berliner Tageblatt says:
"It will bo tho duty of Continent
al diplomacy to convince Amorica
thnt England's motives in tho
Armenian question nro political
nnd not humane, and thus dis
suade tho United States from co
operating with England."
A letter received m Boston from
Constantinople says the general
condition in tho disturbed dis
tricts of Turkoy is npt good,
though at somo places it has im
proved, but confidence is weak.
At Harpool tho destitution is ter
rible beyond all comparison with
other places yet heard from. Re
lief work has been authorized
there af tor pressuro from English
nnd American legations.
A cablegram to tho American
Board of Missions sayB Turkey
rofusos Rov. H. S. Barnum leave
to go to Erzoroum to engage in
relief work for Armenians, saying
tho missionaries havo proved dis
turbers. "This is punishment
without trial," tho dispatch adds.
"U. S. Minister Terrell denounces
tho charges as calumny."
Two Armenians aro detained at
Ellis islaud, N. Y., under tho im
niigration laws, until $500 bonds
each nro furnished to allow them
to land. They tell stories of hor
rible cruelty nnd wholesale out
rage nnd murdor.
Island jowolry is very popular
for souvenirs. It is manufactured
to order at H. G. Binrt's, on Fort
street. Gold wire names mado
while you wait.
tl'iW. U. S. Juurnal tMahetnt.)
f rof.T7.U.PccUe,wha make a ipicialty of EpIIcnsy,
tim vlthor.t doubt treated and cured mora cvci than
at o heard pfpajvtpf JOj cits'stmidlnscnred by Mm.
feud wlli'a large bottlu ot lua nli-olilo cure, free to
We advise anyone withlng a cure to uddteii,
. r.frof. WJL r-ZEUK. V. P.. Cedar St,. New.Yoifc.
320 MERCHANT STREET,
Old Bulletin Building.
"Collections Promptly At-
i 'Money Delivered the Day of Collection.
BISSELLTHOMAS. HUGH P. KING.
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
4 -Over Hawaiian Nowb Company's,
-98,000 in Uso.
Thero nro 98,000 Fischor
Pianos in uso. In o'rdor to
.fully npprociato this morvol-
ous fact it is only necessary
to know thnt an ordinary
piano mnnufacturor may
point proudly to a record of
10,000 pianos sold. It is a
wondorful an unparalleled
popular indorsement this
record of 98,000 I . . '. .
A Source of Satisfaction.
"When a piano is not being
played upon it is in uso
nevertheless. If you doubt
this statement attempt to
completely furnish your
parlor without a piano, aud
note tho result. Then every
acquaintance naturally as
sociates you with your
pmno. , jLot it bo ono that
you may woll bo proud of.
If it is a Fischer Piano, you
can feel that it is boyond
criticism its reputation is
moro than local tho Fisch
er is known North, South,
East, "West, .and in every
Cnsh,or ensy payments if desired.
Purchasers of tho Fischer
Pinuos nro enabled to ob
tain n first-class instrument
on easy payments if they so
desiro. Every piano is ful
ly warranted. Our spacious
warorooms afford visitors
an unique opportunity to
make a proper selection.
Illustrated catalogues ('free)
WALL, - NICHOLS
Sole Agonts (or Hawaii.
I2T Hnvo just received an inTolce of
tho above Pianos. 201-tf
a bottle of
te.x&y to aitadf
dn3 CJIC any
r yruof iitr Ja2jt eez. W
130-tf Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Pdlyuilu Bltuatlon. HeanUfal-viewof the
pecan. Excellent .uelgubornood. orcly
A. V. GF.AR.
When It Gomes
To Disirtfdtn'ntavc still have
, plenty, our stock has not
. " boon exhausted, and new
arrivals aro on hand.
A FAMILY HOTEL.
Por Dny 8 200
Tor Week 12.00
Cpocltxl I-roritlily Icttoo I
The Best of Attoiidnnco, tho Best Situa
tion nnd tho Finest Meals in this City
bods For Sale mid (looses
In oil portM of City.
HJ" Specialties will bo noted hi this spaco
from time to time.
BAGGAGE delivered and chock
ed to any Stcumor. Fnrnituro
nnd Finnos carefully moved at
Fort and Queen Sts.
Day Tel. 912, Eeaideuce Tol. G43.
"W. H. WINCHESTER,
HARNESS MAKER AND SADDLER.
Sells Hawaiian trees and re-covers
Onr Motto is:
"Take Pains and Keop Customorfl."
115 Bethel St., hetweon King and Hotel,
Telophono 030. 1G2-U
Wanted at the Louvre Saloon,
01 Nuunnu Stroot.
5000 men daily to drink tho C000
..FAMOUS SEATTLE BEER,..
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
EDWARD & HARRY,
Postofflco Box 475
Cor. Nuunnii mid Ilcrctnula Sin.
T. KKVUN, niunuL'cr.
COOL FRESH BEER!
On Draught and tho Standard Brands of
FINE WHISKIES, 0RANDIE8, WINE8 AND
TAIIM; CI.AHCT A SPECIALTY.
For a Hack,
For a Carnage.
FRANK PAOHECO, Propr.
Fort St. Opp. Pantheon Stablos.
Hotol St., near Fort. Tol. 302.
Scottish Union and Na
tional Insurance Co.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS REGE1VED
tho appointment of Agent (or tho Ha
waiinu iBlnnds of tho ftbovo Corannny,
which is one of tho Htroncpst finnnnlnllv In
tho world, oi.d h prepared to take risks at
mo regular rates.
Capital - $30,000,000.
Total ASSetS, $41, 37 '2.606.
JOHN S. WALKER.
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Locai' l'laning Mill, will havo
fresh every day
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI .POI FACTORY,
Which will ho sold to families in largo or
small quantities. No Contain
W. L. WILCOX,
Proprietor Kalihi Poi Factory.
Store open evenings.
Kino and Notjanu Streets.
tV Comment is unnccessay.
N". . BURGESS
Repairs Garden Eos', Spnnklers. Water Taps.
Saw Filing nnd nil kinds of Tools Sharp
enod, including Carving Knives nnd Scis
sors. Lnwn Mowors repaired and for rent.
Also, Sotting Glass in foot all kinds of
Jobbing. Work called for and returned.
Shop and residence on Millor streot.
Ring up Telophono 852. 1-tf
House and Lots for Sale.
There is a now houso and lot
situated at Kapalama. Eight on
tho tramways line. The lot is G5
foot wido by 100 feot long aud
boing rented at $120 a year; -will
sell at S900 cash. A very good
investment. There are five moro
lots in tho saino location, -which
will bo Bold at very reasonable
"For further particulars apply to
W. 0. AOHI.
Fine Fresh Frozen
City Meat Market.
105-tf J.Tinher, Proprietor.
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King & Nuunim Street, Ilouoluln
Clioico Liquors and FIno Boor,
Notary. Public and Typewriter
II KAAHUMANU 8TKF.ET,
P. O. Box S30. Telephone 315.
BVEHY i JVLRN t HIS i OWN i HORSE I EDCTaR.
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
H0B8IS, CATTLU, SKIEP,
Tho marvelous remedy which
FOR SALE BY
Solo Agent, Honolulu.
tST" Neat pamphlet frco on applloatfon. P. O. Box 203, Telephone 20. 100-tf.
S 1 . At
IT' flff JHM fl rniM W T
" 'i .jwr-
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE ARLINGTON BLOCK.
CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES
Just oponcd a full anil complete nuBortmont of tho
luxurioa nnd dolioncies from every civilized nation,
which will bo sold lowor tbun tho lowest. . . .
Fresh. California Creamery and Island Butter.
FAMILY TltADK A SPECIALTY-.
All Goods delivered promptly. Civility and ovcry attention given to customers nt
COWAN'S GASH STORE.
J. T. Waierhouse.
Cizeen Street Store.
in Tins and Jars. Assorted Ohut
noys, Hams and Bacon, Potted
Meats, Boston Baked Beans and
I X L LIME.
FORT STEET, NO 10.
ITEOPOm MAT GO.
SI IClxLB- Street.
G. J. Walmsb - - - Manaqeb.
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
Taro-Patcli and Dkulelo Guitars
Made of Hawaiian Woods.
130 Fort Street Opposite Club Stables,
OF DISEASES OP
DOGS, SWINE AKD POULTRY
"J iriCiAdB: .'.
BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - CO.
Importers ahoLIquor Merchants.
No. 0, Druinm Street, - - San Francisco.
l'On SALE IN BULK.
American Bourdon Whiskies in Bond per
barrel containlug about 40 gallons each
at various prices according to ago and
California Grape Brandy fti Bund per
barrel of about 40 to (50 gallons.
Aholhe celebrated Cate )niskies:
"Extra Pony" .Bourbon Wldsky, 12 bottlesi
3 gallons per enso.
"BearRrusa" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles, 2
2-5 gallons per caso.
"Old rioncer" Bourbou Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-5 gallons per caso.
"Tennessee Whitoltyo" Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2 5 gallons per caso.
OALIFOHNIA TOUT WINES, SIIEItlUEa,
Send orders by .mail. Satisfaction gua
Brannsohweiger & Co.,
14Mm No. C, Urumm streot.
FROM S5.00 UP.
In M t l-lil 41 sijm
lmtm& f wtfiS!
TYPEWRITING AND COPYING.
.1IIS.S HI. If. LEDMlKIt.
Office: Hawuiian Abstract aud Title
Company, corner Fort and
209-tf Merchant Sts.
JL . ,tS..irw
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