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EVENING BULLETIN, MAROH -1, 1890.
5 Ev,eiii)$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
'WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 189G.
Lietitonnnt Egnor, louder of tho
Unwniinn contingent of tho Sat
iation Army, called upon tho edi
Jor yostordny in connection with
ilio Amoricnn mail roports of
Jroublo in tlmt grent body. Ho
said that most of the sensational
"reports in tho Amoricnn press
about tho Army wore either miinu
Sacturccl or grossly exaggerated.
Tliero wns in renhty no trou
lilo in the Amoricnn branch
of tho Army. Probably thoro wns
a certain degree of patriotic fooling
Uiero in favor of nn independent
American organization, but thoro
was no fear Unit it would develop
anto separation from tho parent
body. In proof of his statements
le left a copy of tho Pacific Const
dition of tho "War Cry,
containing a full pngo letter sign
ed, in autograph fac simile, by
Uallington Booth and his Avifo
Maud Booth. Tho letter is a
powerful document, but tho great
ar part of it consists of exhorti -Hon
to tho American ollicors ami
lroop3, to whom it is addressed.
With roforenco to tho immediate
subject of Connnandor Booth's re
call, tho letter contains tho follow
Wo deeply regrot that tho news
that wo have received orders from
Ilio International Ilenilquarlcra to
relinquish our command in Am er
ica should linvo renched you first
as rumor, and then as tho state
ment of thu press. It would have
boen fitting for you to have been
gathered together in council, and
Jolil by your superior ollicors, or
to have received tho first intima
tion through tho AVar Cry. This
unfortunately was impossible
Still more do wo regrot tho fact
that incorrect statements have ap
peared in print, which havo con
stantly been contradicting each
other, and that tho bare statement
of tho fact that we aro to hand
over our command has, liko the
proverbial snowball, gathered so
much as it has rolled that it has
7wcome utterly usoless to try and
contradict aud correct many of
&o misapprehensions of the press.
It is truo that this nows canto
upon us, as it undoubtedly did
upon yourselves, as a surpriso.
"We learn, however, that tho chango
ci command in this territory is
only in unison with many other
changes being made at tho present
time throughout tho world, nnd
lhat tho decision has boon recont
y inado by tho General that tor
yitorial moves shall bo at started
times. This being a rule,
which is to bo ouforced through
oat, Amorica, naturally, has to
como within tho regulation, and
lompted to look upon this chango
from tho purely American Hido of
observation, it must not bo for
gotten that it has a world-wide
Ever sinco wo havo been Salva
tionists wo havo embraced and ad
Tanced with oarnestuess tho abso
lute importnuco of tho military
ido nnd nspect of our movement.
Tho organization being military,
jnust naturally havo within it that
most valuable of all requirements,
In our long and happy warfare
together, our ollicors and soldiers
lmvo readily and gladly moved at
our word of command, feeling
euro in thoir innermost hearts
lhat wo havo ever held thoir in
terests before us, as well as tho
i;ood of tho field, and that wo
uivo sought in every possiblo
IT 4 18 w
jiff A.unt A.bbey.
way to lot tho patornnl ns well as
tho military Bido of our Chris
tianity bo blonded in harmony.
Wo, who havo required obedienco
from others, aro oursolvcs obey
ing. 'Wo aro, therefore, carrying
out tho instructions wo havo re
ceived, and shall bo ready to
resign our command at tho ap
pointed timo, or oven sooner, if
Tho circus blackguards havo
chartered a local paper of thoir
own stripe. Birds of a feather.
Nobody but an arrant fool will
beliovo that any member of "Wirth's
circus is a blackguard. . Thoy
havo always behaved as gentlo
men should, aud havo extended
courteous troatinont to all whom
they havo como in contact with,
oithor in a business or social way.
If for no other reason than tho
fact that this combination is go
ing to give a benefit to two highly
beneficent local organizations
tho Maternity Homo and tho
Young llawaiians' Institute tho
Star should at least act towards its
members m a gentlomanly manner.
Tho Star has already done all in
its powor (which is not much) to
ruin tho business prospects of
this amusement enterprise There
fore, knowing that it cannot
harm Messrs. "Wirth and Cameron,
as thoir engagement is practically
at an ond, its continued abuse
must bo an undorhandod slap at
tho Maternity Homo or tho
Young Hawaiians' Institute At
all events, tho Star's mercenary
motives iii its attempted "roast
ing" of tho circus havo boon so
fully exposed that hereafter,
oven when it may chance to be
on the right track, the public will
tako but little stock in its utter
ances. Ah I'miiiI,
Capt. Mocklor of tho wrecked
sealer came into tho Bulletin of
fice last evening, saying, "I wish
to buy a number of copies of your
paper; it contains much the best
report of our shipwreck and our
lonesome joumoy afterward."
yjO 290230. Tho United
Carriago Co. Fino carringes and
tho fastest horsos in tho world
with competent drivers alway ob
liging. Corner King and Fort
streets. Tolophono 290.
Will bo Sorveil at 0 v. m,
B&T Quiutotto Club in Attendance.
Hawaiian Band donceifc afc 7:45
fj& Dauciua in tho Lnimi during tho
Evening. ' 2M-lt
Y. M. C. A. HALL
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Tuesday SveiUB"! March 10th,
lly tlio Members of the
Honolulu Choral Society.
J7" Poors open nt 7; iierformnuco nt .
Ticlt now on ah nt Hnbnm'a b'hI T. (.
HSUE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THINGJFOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oats.
The original brand.
Dineieut from nnd hotter thiin nny otlier braml.
CJV Tor nlo by nil Lending Grocers.
PRANK B. PETERSON & CO.
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For It !
A Arery Largo As
s rtment at Very Low Prices.
mvj jj !FjevMi
Auction Sales by IT. S. Luce.
By W. S. I.VOIE
On PKIDAY, Murch 6th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Ilipll Ml nt tho Ki-Kldencu of Mil. TII08.
LINDSAY, School Mrmt. wnt ol N'minnii
nvimic, m n.cmint of his Inti'ii'kd depar
ture, tlic Kntlrt1 lldiiseliold Kumlturr, viz..
Fine Upholatered Parlor Set,
Oak Ontto Tabic, l'lnno ltUKrt,
Curtail)!', Oak Extension Dlnlui; Tnble,
Oak Bedroom Set,
8ofa, Wnrdrobes, Chain,
Pine llodioom Set, l'lcturci,
A Complete Sot of inch
Scolt'r; and Picksnc1 Works,
Cooking Stovr, Safe, Etc., P.tc.
tgy (i noils on view tho day prior to the
sale from 0 u. in. to Vi itoon.
W. S. LUCE,
Reduced from $3 to $2 per Doz
3 New Surriesi
I Nevy Dog Cart,
2 New Phaetons.
2? Which will be oftered
at Public Auction in a,fcv
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Auction Sales by Jas. F, Morgan.
COFFEE ESTATE AND LANDS
Inm ilirvi'tcd to sell nt Public An Hon on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at V-i o clock noon ot nld day ut my tales
room on Queen street. In Honolulu (miles
.mncr dlsiiusvd of nt private sale) the tollow
Itifr described property, namely:
A trr.et of land of about a,'."uO acres In fco
simple situate nt Kolo nnd Olelotnoaim 1 In
Miutli Kotin, Island of Hawaii, nbout clclit
miles by u );ood road from llookeua, tmooi
the largest vlllngcs In Kotin. There Is an ex
cellent liitidlin: nu the land Itself from where
tho colleo nnd other produce could be shipped
ond n good site forn mill near tho lauding.
Fifty ncres ol' land nrc In collee. Kouijlily es
timated thcro I nliottt seven hundred acres of
splendid eoireo land lylnall on ono block on
both sides of tho OoernnientI!ond. Eight
hundred acre lying nbovo nnd to the East of
tho sccn hundred ncics nbovo mentioned Is
nlso excellent land nnd nlthoiigh at i higher
attitude I no doubt nlso well adapted for
coffee culture. Tho lower land below the
coffee belt Is stiltauloforplueapples nnd sisal.
There is a drying bouse, storo nnd work
rooms, a (lordon'it Pulper, laborers' quaitcrs
nil water tnnks nt the plantation, and the
land Is partly walled. There 1ms never been
any blight on this land, Although cofieo wns
planted n great mnnvycarsngo. Old residents
of Konn like the late D. It. Nahlnii. J. W.
Kui'luioku nnd others have testllled to Hits
fuel. There Uusea fishery nppuilcimut to
, Olelomoann I.
j . Terms cash or part of tho purchnso prlro
can remain on mortgage atelijht per cent per
' annum. Deeds nud stamps nt tbo expense ot
, A map of tho property can bo seen and fur-
, ther particulars obtained nt my sales rooms.
J. F. MOKGA.N,
Fort Strce,t, opposite Haekfeld's.
A Now Lot o Nice Goods Jxist
Received. Cleaning nnd llo
pniring. ' 215-tf
Election of OfScOrs.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of tho Intcr-Ishnd Btouni
Navigation Company, Ltd., held thiij day,
the followiug ofliceH nnd directors were
olectod for tho ensuing yenr:
W. 11. Godfrey, President.
J. Enn Vice-President.
T. L. MoLnnn , . . . Trea.su rer. I
N. E. Godge Secretary.
T. W. Ilobron, Auditor.
W. 11. Godfrey. J. Kim. O. N. Wilcox. A.
; 8: Wilcox, W. O. Smith, P. A. Schacfer, E.
N. E. GEDGE,
Secrotaryll. J. S. N. Co. Ltd.
Honolulu, II. I., Muroh It, 1890. 212-2w
DR. JENNIE L HILDEBRAND,
Oiuco: Corner of Fort nnd lterotnnin
Ofllco Ilourn: fltoll u. in., I tovlp.ni,
Sundays, f) to 10 n. ni.
A LIFE SIZE V
Qng Dozen. Photos of the SiUes
C7 Is tho LATEST OFFEK wc lmo
Portrait aud Landscapo
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DOMT HITiTE HOB-ENT
About tbo best plnco to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- PEED
alifornia : Feed
A FIRST CLASS
Bm : DINNER
Wednesday -:- Evening,
Jlnrch 4, 1890.
A.t G O'clock Sharp.
ESS?" Music nnd Dnnoing nt
8:550.' Pino Bnncl in Attondnnce.
Price - 75cts.
No. 117 Bethel st., between King nnd Hotel
Clothing Mndo to Order
IN THU LATKST 8TVLK.
Satisfaction Gunrnnteod for Good Fit.
O.S-I.Y Wiiitk Ladoii EJin.ovEii.
K(lnlflii(- nnd (Uonnliif- a Siicelalty.
R. C. A. PETERSON,
Custom House Broker,
jNTotary -:- Public,
General Business Agent.
Collections carefully Attended to.
EJtT Ofllco with II. E. Walker, Cum.
rnius Block, Merchant street. 2:i8-tf
To Let or Lease. -
eti. 73 Mjdl&f "l"f
THE -lESlDENOE OF MItS. A.- LONG,
ono mile from postofllce. Largo Iiouko with
furniture. Four bed rooms, liarlor, lnrca
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms
hot nnd cold water, with jiateut closets,
Hervnnt houses, Btablcs, horso paddock,
garden nud trees. A nlmrining locntion.
Apply to J ALFKED MAGOON.
Morchant st next PostofBcoi
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