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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 10, 189G.
I3ritniu,a ns tho successor to tho
Dutches entitled to tho territory
extending to Bnrimu, including
tho watersheds of nil rivers south
o the Orinoco which ilow into tho
Tho correspondent of tho Lou
don Times at Caracas, capital of
Venezuela, telegraphs that a spe
cial dispatch has been received
from Curacoa, Baying that tho
authorities are adviBed that a
British squadron of five ships
will shortly arrive at that port.
A conference of Australian
Primo Miuistors at Sydney adopt
ed a series of resolutions affirming
tho urgont necessity of federation.
Tho conference decided that it wus
doBirablo to immediately apply the
acts for tho restriction of Chinese
immigration to all colored races.
A tolegram from Panama says
marines were landed at Corinto,
Nicaragua, from the U.S. S. Alert,
which was sent to that place to
protect Amoricau interests.
Tho Spanish Premier emphati
cally denies inhuman prosecution
of tho war by General AVoylor.
General Weyler telegraphs homo
that ho doesn't need tho 25,000
won offered as further reinforce
ments. Tho filibuster steamor Cuba
seized at Now York has been ro
ClttJHIII.M I It I.IAN lli:li: VT.
Ovcriiowerctl It tho AlttlnlHiiA
mill Completely Itoulctl.
A torriblo disaator ovortook tho
Italian forces in Abyssinia. They
woro completely routed by tho
natives at Adown, with a loss
stated to be oOOO. 1
Tho Italian War Oilico has ad- I
mittcd tlmt "at Joust" 150 Italian '
officers hud been killed in Africa,
but tho officials still refuse to ad
mit that owr .r000 men woro
killed. Thoy say, howovor, that
they beliovo 0.100 Italian troops
and 8000 native troops in the
Italian service wore ougnged and
' "that nearly all" tho artillery,
ammunition and supplies fell into
tho hands of tho enemy.
Tho London Chronicle has a
7 Romo dispatch which says infor
mation has boon received that
General Armondi was seriously
wounded in the battlo of Adowa.
The news that General Dobor
mida aud Colonol Galliano woro
1 killed is confirmed.
I All accounts agree that Gonoral
I Albertono pushed far abend and
' engnged in a regular battlo, his
artillery, consisting of fourteen
guns, delivering a crushing fire
upon tho enomy until tho Shoan
1 nrmy dashed against General Al-
bortouo's forces, und, in spito of
t tho bravery and tenacity of tho
Askaris, they were compelled to
recede. On tho arrival of tho ro
1 inforcemonts it appears that Gon
oral Albortoue made a second at
tack under cover of, thoartillory.
His troops Were splendidly han
dled, and kept tho Shoans at bay
I long after tho final retreat had
been Bounded. Evoutually tho As
karis broke, and a torriblo rout
began. Tho pursued and pursuors
mingled, running and fighting
mile after milo.
Moanwhilo Gonoral Arimoudi's
brigade had boon packed on tho
other ridgo of tho pass, thoro not
being spaco enough tor tno troops
to doploy or assiBt Gonoral Alber
tono. Tho result was that Ari
moudi's mou became demoralized.
Although a fow companies fought
gallantly, tho romnindor were on
ly passive onlookers of tho
slaughter of thoir comrades by tho
Shoans, who cut thorn down, shot
thorn or crushed thorn beneath
.stonos in groat numbers. Later
tho wholo of General Arimondi's
brigade becamo pauic-sricken and
fell an oasy prey to tho nara
tribesmen, avIio swarmed up tho
ridgo, driving the Italians before
them, cutting them down or shoot
ing thorn without morcy.
Gonerula Unrutiori, Arimondi
and Cam, with revolvers in thoir
hands, did ovory tiling possible to
stay the flight of their troops, but
tho efforts of tho oll'iconi woro fu
tile and tho rout and slaughter
continued. Numerous instances
of personal valor displayed by
Italian officors and nion aro re
counted, Groat oxoitomont onnuod on the
rouoipt of tho ninvtt iu Italy. Tho
MiniBlerrt wuru hooted on nrrivjil
1 Hi,, niiiinihui of Ddiiiitiiw.
' V Ainiddi ituriiutiiunmrby nunln
tin) unllHiitw, who nm mmm
by tTiunollMii, ailiilntir Oi'H" nil;
iiuiiiioimI Hit rtNtiiitttluii or
tho Oabinot. Tho Promoir
was tho coolest man iu tho
wholo Bcono? ond carmly stated
that tho Ministers would hold
oifico until their successo rs wore
II.Htao Itecngiilce Cuban Itebeli
Wnrllke llvaponso In Npaln.
In tho United States Houso of
Representatives on tho 2nd hist.,
tho foreign affairs committoo's
substituto for tho Senate's resolu
tions, recognizing tho belligoront
rights of tho Cuban robols, was
adopted by a voto of 263 to 17.
An analysis of tho voto shows 188
Republicans, 70 Democrats and
live Populists for tho resolutions,
and nino Republicans and eight
Democrats against thorn.
Spnin, in response to tho action
of Congress, began a disp
lay of wnrliko preparations.
A mob nttucked tUo Ameri
can consulate at Barcelona,
smashing itswindows with stones.
Similar An ti American demons
trations woro mado in other cities.
Tho Spanish Government mado
prompt apologies in anticipation
Senor Sagasta, tho Liberal
loader, pledges tho support of his
party to tho Government to resont
Spain expects tho support of
Europe in gonoral against tho in
terpretation of tho Monroe
doctrine now adopted by tho
B. Sz N Lamps
AND SILK LAMPSHADES.
"Wo uso the greatest caro in
moving all kinds of goods and
at Moderate Piuoes.
King Street, near Port.
J. J. SUrXIVAN,
Honolulu, H. I.
SuiiLivxN & Buckley, ManVru
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho City, with Competent and Cnro
'Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort nnd Hotel Streets.
Ilnw'r, Hotol Stnhlos, 02.
VnuHieon BtabloH. 81,
. t'lmhiou Htnblos, 148.
Kimi ami ,lIl'Au hiiimmi.
fjSf (fcviuiwwit U iimiwiuMMy,
Ex S. S. "CHINA"
A Largo Invoice of tho Celebrated Yiimntnya
Shirts, comprising Percale and White Linen Dross
Shirts, Pajamas and Custom-mado Clothing. Hand
some Paper Serpens, Hand-painted in Hawaiian
Scenes. Also, a. Large Assortment of Elegant
Hniid-prtinted Silk "Fans. Everything at Low
Hotel Street. Next to Ordway & Porter's.
Goods Marked Way Down
P, O. Box 48U.
THE CHEAPEST PHAGE ON THE ISLANDS TO
King & Nuuanu Sts.
tale of California,
llaliilecu appointed mid coinrnljslnneil
a Coiiimlfslonerof Deeds for tho Statu of Cal
ifornia, I am prepared
To administer and certify oaths.
To tako and certify depositions nndafllda
Vlte. To tal.c and certify the acknowledgment or
proof of powers of nttornuy, mortt'a(;c,
trannfert, (,'r.iLts, tlcids or other hiBtrumenta
For the State of California I
A. V. GEAR,
COD Klin; Street.
SIn.gr X-ie Co.,
G02 KING STREET,
Oppotlte Metropolitan Meat Co.
IPRESI-I :-: FKITITS
By every California steamer.
Importers of all kinds of Groceries, Fruits,
Canned Goods, Cigar and Tobaccos,
nt Lowest Prices,
Fresh Vegetables .Hiuijh on Hand. ,
lolmcco and Cigars.
No. 403, Nuuanu street.
Ilan just received n now lino of
DKY GOODS, LADIES AND GENTS'
BnOES AND GENEltAL MERCHAN
DISE. Agent for tho following rlco plimtatlonn:
Wolplo, Wainvrn, Wiiimiilu, Wulnlun,
Kancuho nnd, Kapalauja.
TjC?" My rlco from Knueolie is ni.itlnul
L A mul U gnaruutued Al.
P. O. IJoxlH, -. Telephone 1!)9.
jVXorclio.nt :-: Tailor
18 Nuuanu street, V O llox 15a.
Fine Suitinga Made lo Order,
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CLOTH.
Mcalu nt AH Mourn. Cimui from Ti 11. in, to
1 o'clinil; nt niglit. Hiituiilny, oion nil
night. '.'I tleltetM fur $1X0. Hw-ryUiliiK
Clean, HOTHI BTHhltT,
SI I OjihwIIu I'uiulieoil Haloon,
Uoriiur KiiiK i"l MM Miw,
Pallor in Ciiu mul TobiumuH
ih i(ii ntpniiift. 1
Hats! -:- Hats!
IVJade To Drden Aqj $fcjjle
Ladies and Gents.
New Stjloa Every MONDAY nurt SAT
URDAY. Best Straw Hats,
From 25c. Up.
No. 325 Nunnnu Street. ?32-l
Notary Public and Typewriter.
U KAAHUMANU 8THEET,
P. O. Box 830. Telephone 315.
FOUND TELSTunZi 245
Hew & Second-Hand
IS AT THE
"W. Jhiu. & Co.,
320 Nuuanu Street.
Fine Suitings from Ilest American nnil
Olothoj Cleaned nnd Repaired.
nOP IIING & COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealers In
Clilncso Silk, Tea, and Matting,
Ltquors and Manila Cigars, English and
402 Hotel street. - . . . Telephone 147.
Denier in Chineso Tea, Cigars,
Peanut Oil. Sucor. Soan.
Candles, otc, at lowest
Corner Nuunnu nnd 1 nuahi stieetfl. 143-
Formerly tho Bny Horse Saloon
Corner Bethel and Hotel Streots, Honolulu.
SI'EOIAIi EATING HOUSE:
Private Rooms for Ladles and Gentlemen,
Open from G u. in. to 1 in morning,
l'rico of TickctB, 1.C0. Singlo Ileal, 25o.
(AH CHOCK, Propr.)
Meals 25 Cents. gJNfN.D. .
Privnto Room for Ladies,
CnRNKll IIOTEf, AND UNION StS.
LIN SING KEE,
Pluuibor & Tinsmitli
Deiler lu Tin und Agate AVnrc.
All Kinds of I'lumhlngdnuu Iu a Satisfactory
Manner at l.pueat Rules.
V. O llox 274, 212 4C3 Hotel St.
Chock Chee & Co., Merchant Tailors,
ClotlicH Cletiued and Rop.iiieil.
No. .'122 Nuuuuil Ktiect.
sin-iy r. o. iiox 2:1.1.
22S Qunen Street,
Oitsni'H rinrl Tobacco,
LA CON8TANCIA CIQARd
And Other Pine llrunds. WIioIimuIu mul
KIiihii itml PiiHwIiUiwl MiriiM,
ICE -:- CREAM !
(Ar IMltuml IuhII imiUi hI lk t4'y,
r. O. JONES. V.. A. JONK9
HAVE FOR SALE
A Few Shares of
Pnin Sugar Stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Stock.
fltvwniinn Government mul 1st
Mortgntro Sugar lMunta
t3T For pnrtionlnrs apply to
Tho Hn-waiinn Snfo Doposit &
40l Fort Htrfint - Honolmln
Castle & Cooke
I1VX3PO KTER 9
T. B. MURRAY,
Pitted up with all tho Moilorn
Manufacturing and Repairing Vehicles
of Every Description.
Bhcksmithing and Horso Shoeing.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
ALL KINDS OF MANILLA CIGARS
von SAW. AT
KI.A.M. T JK TS9
Opiwsito I'nnthcon Barlior Shop, nt lowest
I'rices. Try my
Flor Fina, La J'erla Del Oricnic,
La Pucrata Del Sol and
Tho Smoltor'H Favorites.
A FAMIL.Y 1IOT13L.
O?. Kro-vioo, - SProp.
Por Dny 3 2.00
Per Week 12.00
Cpaclal a-tontliljr Itatoa 1
Tbo Best of Atteudnnce, tho Best Situn
Hon nnd tho Finest Mcnls in this Oity
COD, Hotel streot.
CHOCK SENG, Manager.
First-class meals nt regular rates. Fowl
served on Thnrxdayg and Sundays.
Board by week 54.50.
gJtT" For best quality of Muuilla Cigars,
Cigarottes and Tobacco coino to Hop Sing's
next door. 147-tf
FOOK ON &
Jutt oponed new supply of First-class Shoos
Ladios1 & Gents' Shoos Mado to Order
From American nnd French Lenthors.
G T. AKANA
No. 321, Nuuanu stieet.
Y AERCHANT TAILOR, ."
Fine Suitings made to order at lowest prices.
145 Clothes cleaned and repaired.
TOM CHUNG KEE,
No. 47, ... Nuuanu street,
Dealer in Ladies' nnd Gentle
Hoots and Shoe to order. I uso tho bwt
material. Goods 'wnrruiitid tonuir well. J Id-
Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
l.iiuur and l,roUliii. 8'H.l a pcclalty,
Ali.hn Btiu'.i?!'. Tkliu'iionj: 70.1.
Q1J0NC1 SAM KI315& CO,
Has a largo assortment of
Ohandeliers and Elec
trical Goods "
Constantly on band.
Estimates given for house wir
ing aud Electrical plants.
Mnrino Wiring a ppocialty.
410 Hotel stieet, ucarNunanu.
Of All Kinds of Provisions,
Chinese Tea and
GROCERIES, -r RICE,
All kinds of Canned Fruit, Cigars,
and n largo ftBHortment of goods too
numerous to mention at tho very
MANUPAOTUBEK, : UPHOL
STEItER : AND : DEAL
ER : IN ... .
Furniture, Bedding, Etc., Etc.
Contraator unci Builder.
No. 89, Nuunun Htreet.
Has on hand Coffins. Camnhor Trunks.
"Matting, Wardrobe, Deak, MatrossoB, etc.
&JC? uail in mul luHpcet goods.
Orient Planing Mill,
VING FAT & CO.,
CONTHACTOU3 AND 11UILDKK8,
Furniture of all Miu! mndo and repaired
nuliumc nouses und raaKlng rke mills a spe
cialty. V. O. Uox lie, comer King and Bethel
WING WO & CO.,
Manufacturers and dealers lu Ladies',
Gents' nnd Children's
Boots, - Shoes, - 0 - Gaiters.
No. 35 NnnnnuSt. P.O. Box 108.
SP Boots and Shoes made to order in
best style nt Wholcsalo nnd lletnil prices,
YEE ON CO.,
317 Nuuanu 8t. P. O, Box 143.
Watchmakers and Manufactur
IU'patrln( of Watches nnd Jewelry. ALL
Importers of Watches nnd Clocks of Finest
CHIN WO & CO.
rounx Ah In, Mgr.
Corner Berctanla aud Nuuanu sts., Honolulu.
RICE l'LANTEUS-Always have for s&lo tho
best quality of rice. Our rlco marked V O C
Is guaranteed to bo Al,
Agents for tho following rice plantations:
Palaroa, Hnlawa, Moanalua, AVnlklkl, Wnlplo.
Kalawao, Knualtmpa and Waloll,Oahu, and
115 Tel. 218. TO Box 342.
Suits to order. Fit Guaranteed. Fine Duck
Suit, $5npj Fine Tweed Fonts, $4.50 up;
Fine Suit, $18 up. Clothes cleaned nnd re-
nm'rn.l OAO VTVfi C'P1II.',1?'I
i. U. UOX 144.
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
and dcidcrs In
CltOCKERY, ULA8SWARE, ETC., ETC.
Water l'ipes, laid und repaired,
uml iilumblin: neatly uxeeutcd.
142- No 41, Nuuanu street.
FOR . . .
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
At lowest pticcs, (jo to
VING TAI LUNG.
!W1 Nuuanu trwt.
AI.l. KINDS Ol'TlNWAUi;, ailOQKKItY,
eta, at the my nwet prlew, ICIiir street
limkul aud Eua of Mminakuu,
OHEONQ KEE CO,
Al klml uf llnwnru, uroekory,
Ml WH8H hihI U!rf n!ll