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EVENING BULLETIN, MA110H 30, 189G.
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1IOLV WAU DEOLAUM).
Ureal It r tutu Tnkom Action In Support
1 J of llnlr.
'Tho lritish GtfVcJrntncmt'' litis'
ordered fin expedition of its forces
up the Nile, with tho object of
provouting tho Abyssininus from
talcing Knssnla. In answer to
strong criticism in tho llouso of
Commons, Sir. Joseph Chnmbor
lain, tho Secretary of Stato for tho
Colonies, roplyiug for tho Govern
ment, contended that nil tho oppo
sition nrgumonts woro tainted
with a preconcoived determination
to ovacuato Egypt. Ho pointed
out tho benefits lesulting to tliat
country from tho British occupa
tion, saying nothing in recent his
tory was tho subject for greater
pride than tho peaceful rovolutiou
in Egypt. The iinnuccs had been
restored, and its administration
strengthened and other great ben
efits had boon conferred upon tho
country. All authorities, ho add
ed, ngreod that tho withdrawal of
tho British troops would mean
that all this work was to be un
done and a vast majority of Eng
lishmen woro convinced that tho
work of Groat Britain in Egypt
was not completed and that it
would bo dishonorable to leave
Egypt until it was completed.
Groat Britain, Sir. Chambor
lain insisted, had been too sang
uine in tho past respecting the
timo for tho fulfillment of pledges,
and it would occur to tho majori
ty of tho Housethat sho wns de
termined to maintain hor troops
iu Egypt until hor work was ac
complished and thoy could be
-withdrawn in safety. Tho Under
Secretary of Stato for Foreign
Affairs and First Lord of tho
Treasmy, said Mr. Chnmborlain,
Jiad already explained tho reason
for the ndvnnce of tho Dervishes
and the stnlo of ferment existing
previous to tho Government's de
cision. Tho situation at Wady llalfn
Avas bad but, Sir. Chamberlain ox
plained, it might have been borne
for somo years longor had it not
been for tho defeat of tho Italians.
Now. howenr, it was felt that if
iiasnala fell, tho effect would bo
incalculable upon Egyptian in
terests, and if Italy was again de
feated many a tribe Tiithoito
alienated from tho Khalifa would
rejoin his forces, and ho might
make a great futuro effort to des
troy Egypt and tho civilization of
which England was tho protector.
Theroforo, it was of paramount
importareo to Egypt that Kassala
should not fall, and tho advanco
of tho British-Egyptian troops up
the Nile was indicated from this
Mr. Chamberlain said that Lord
Bosebory had taunted tho Gov
ernment with its resolution, but
tho present situation did not show
that thoy woio isolated. Germany
supported Great Britain, Austria
warmly approved and Italy thank
fully accepted it. In regard to
Franco and Russia, tho Govern
ment waited. (Ironical opposi
tion cheers.) Tho demonstration
on tho part of tho Liborals caused
a smilo to cross Mr. Ohamborlain's
faco, and- when ho was ablo to
continue, ho said that it would
not bo wise to anticipate what tho
action of Franco and ltussia
would be; there was no reason to
suppose that thoy woro not nv ac
cord with tho other powors.
Mr. Henry Labouchoro declared
iv. unamuorinin nau mncto a
dangerous speech and had ignored
tuo fooling ot trance. JSgypt, ho
asserted, could notoovorn herself,
and yet it was proposed that she
should govern tho nouunn. Sir.
Henry M. Stanloy, the African
oxploror, Liberal-Unionist, mem
ber of North Lambort, mado a
speech in support of tho Govern
ment, in tho course of which ho
Baid that ho hoped tho British
troops would push on to Khar
toum. A dispatch from Cairo to tho
London Globo of March 20 says:
'"Tho Khalifa has proclaimed a
holy war against Egypt, palling
upon all Denialies capable of
boaring arms to onroll theniholves
under tho greon banner. It is as
sorted OsTnan Digna will quit
Knsfnla and join tho Dervishes
"Tho British and Egyptian
, troops ant in a hoaltliy I'uiiditinii
and nro drilling daily. A num
ber of iiinnlu'iio guns hnvo boon
stiirM for tho front. Tho itimtlmr
A ditfpktdi to tlit) Ituiiiu Tri
llium fi'nui .AiiiMnwuli HnyH C lin
tfl'Hl HiiiliiTh, t Jit Italian Cuill
iiiiu.'Ui in .WiIdu, Ihin mint (mii
Just -:- Arrived
'. D. Corsets
Wo bag to call special attention to tho
P. D. UKEN
AND TIIK ,
Of which wo carry All 8is.es in Stock.
(Adjoining tho HckIiIcuco of Jns. B. Castlo.)
Sizs of Lot, 150x300 Feot.
E5 For particulars, apply to
2Gl.tr FHCD. UAIUSISON.
At WAIKIKI ou cur lino and on PA
LAMA KOAD near Fertilizing
These Lots aro Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Dcsirnhlo Aero Tracts nenr tho city nnd
othor Properties for Bale.
BRUCE, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lota and Lands,
1-tf 503 Fort Street, near King.
TKiir.rnoNK GOT. P. O. Uox 3'21.
Valuable Lids For Sale!
A Good Investment!
iucE lands wrrn abundant
supply of water. Also, tract Lnnd suit
ablo for cultivation or dividing into homo
stead lots near Honolulu. Good recuuo
from rico lands.
For further particulars, lnquiro of
258-tf A. V. GEAIt.
VOELLER & CO.,
Head List of Specialties:
Fate de Fata Gran, ilnchnvlcai
Mu3hTocm3, Motwurst, Llmburaer,
"Voiiug Aitifi'iea CJheese.
And a Full Lino of Groceries of Evory
TELEPHON 13 OBO.
Waring IJlook, Deiotauia street, Honolulu.
O. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash -:- Grocers
& NOW OPEN ..S3
Fart StrBBt & Chaplain Lane. .
Every jirtco wu ijuoti' Is tho lowest, We
iiloml to keep our pitvi'ri nhwiys the lowest,
If they're nut biiwf jour pmclmo Imuk
and nut tho iiioncj . That') our htuulluu
otlVr. t'umpmu our piieun ouimhler that
quality Is the. ohoicent ami tie if huoh
ju IrvHM ar to Ui found tiUuxvliviu,
$JHf QiituK, Fiee Dullvmy.
I?. Mxj i. jsiTiSrnx
Hotel MltHi), tiii. Ailliit'Hi Auiimk.
Waikiki Beach Properly
Steamers ot tho nbovo Lino rnnning in connection with tho
Between Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. W., and cnllinf at Victoria, B. O.
llouolulu nnd Suva (liji),
H?SB 3DTTE &JT KCOHSTOnii'Urilj'Cr
On or about tho dates below otated, iz.:
I'roinSjrtncy nml Sui, for Victoria rnl
Vniicoupr. It. C.t
Through TldcctH Issued
Fltr.IOHT AND rARSEXOElt aoknth:
1). MoXicoi.li, Montreal, Canada.
ItoiiEiiT Krmi, WinuipeR, Canada.
M. M. HTriUNj Snn Francisco, Col.
G. MoLi. 13i:oyn, Vnneouver, I). O.
A Nnturaily Boiled
Water, pronounced by
people who know, to bo
the best on the market.
This water received the
very highest award at
the . .
As a Tablo Beverage
is a favorite and easily
leads all other Mineral
Waters. . . .
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Wliolesnlo nml Retail Agents for
tho Hawaiian Islands.
In prepared to furnish
4000 Tons -:-
-:- Cane Fertilizer
to order for 1800.
ALL GOODS SOLD TO A GUAI1ANTE1U)
Solnblo and Available Pliotplmile Acid,
Sulphatu of Ammonia,
Kltratu of 8(Hl.t,
Coral I.lmc Btouu,
l'lKMplmtu nnd Flli (limno.
In QitantitiGS to Suit.
QKT Older solicited (or u (iiluro doi
a f. aooicii),
I'roiu Vlutorln nml Vnncomrr, U. C to
Hutn nnd bjilniiyl
Btinr"WAIUtIMOO April 7
Sttuv "MIOWEIIA" My 8
from Honolulu to Canada,
IT335- Fnr FrniL'ht nnd I'asBniro and all
Gcnoral Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
AkciiIs for thoHnwoiionlslttudR.
Occiaental & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG
Steamors ot tho nbovo Companion will
coll at Honolulu on their woy to the
nbovo ports on or about tho following
Stmr Bolgio March 23, 1800.
For SAN FEANCISC0:
Steamers of the nbovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho abovo
port on or nbout tho following dates:
Stmr Gaelic April 10,1890
Hates of Passsgc arc as follows:
TO TOKO- TO HONU
Cabin S1C0.00 S17C.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
months 225.00 262.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 2C2.50 310.25
European Steerago.... 85.00 100.00
CSrl'nhBCiifjers paying full faro will bo
allowed 10 percent on" return faro it ro
turning within twelvo mouths.
tpFor Freight and Fnssogo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
liuui a mua
0. L. WIGHT, Vns. S. B. KOSL, Sco.
dipt. J. A. KlN'lt, 1'urtSupt.
Will lcavo Honolulu at 10 A. M., touchiug at
Lalmnm, Mnulnrn Day mid M ikeun tho
sanio ("my; 3Inhul.on.i, Kuwaihuo mtd Lnn
pnhochou thu following day, arriving at
llllo the Butno avening.
LEAVf.8 11UN01.UID. AKIUVt.S IIOMOLULU.
Friday April 3
Tuesday April 11
Friday April 21
Tuesday, May C
Tuesday liar 31
Friday, April 10
Tuesday.... Anril 21
I Friday May 1
Heturoing, will leave Kilo at 1 o'clock
r. M., touching at Liupahoehoo, Malm
koua mid Kauailme Butue day; JInl;cim,
M,uuluca Bay aud Lilmiua tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of 1 uesday and Fridays.
lfiF"No Freight will bo received after
12 uoou on day of Bailing.
Will leao ITonoluln Tuesday nt 5 r, M.,
touching at Kahului, llnnn, Hnmoannd
Kipahulu, Maui. Kuturuiug arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Jsuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
7"No Fioight will bo rtccived after
p. m.ou day of sailing.
This Compauy will reserves the right to
ivmlio rhaugos iu thu time of departuio and
arrival of its steameiB without notico and
it will not bo lobpousiblo for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
Consignees must bu ut tho Landings to
rocolve thoir Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for height after
it has been landed.
I.ivu Stock only at owner's risk. ,
Thin Company will not bo losponsiblo
for Money or Valuables of passeugeis
unless placed in tho caro of I'unu'i-s.
l'axseuers aio lequested to lmrolmso
tickets luiforo umlurkiug. Those fulling to
do m "III bo Hiihjeet to uu additional
ohaiga of twuniydlvo jht oonl.
Uolol St., nonr Knit. 'Pol. (Mil.
ED. A. VIDLiAMSy
(Successor to C. E.. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Piiinos for S;ile, Sire and Moved. Chairs for Rent.
Undertaker and Emklmer,
Tom by tones and Monuments.
Itcsldcnco and Night Tel. 815.
We're What We Advertise
and Just as Represented.
Wc aro Pacemakers on
Aiyalian Mail Service,
For San Francisco:
Tho Now and Fino Al Stccl'Steaniship
" Mariposa "
Or tho Oceanic Ktnniphip Company Mrill
bo duo ut Uonoliilu rrora Sydney und
Auclclinul on or about
April 2, 189G.
Aud will leiivo for tho nlwvo jiort with
Moils und l'liaseiiKcrB on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho New and Fino Al Stool Steamship
Of tho Ocoonio Steamship Company will
bo duo nt
Honolulu from San 1-raucisco
on or about
April 9, 1896.
And will have prompt denpatch with
Mails and l'ussont'ors for the above ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
iu tho United States.
tgyFor further particulars recording
Freight or rnssago apply to
WM. G.IRWIN &C0., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
(rom S. F.
for S. F.
April 13, 1800 April 15, 1890
May 4,1800 .MnyD, lS'JO
From Ran Frnnoisoo From Sydnoy for
for Hyduoy. Son Finuoisco.
Arrive Honolulu, Leave Ifonolulu,
Ahuiiedu, Apr. 1, '00 iInriKMi, AprJJ.'OO
KHANIv, JWOHKCK), 1'iopv.
V'ort HI. C)ip. hiiitlionii HlnlilflH.
fy CI s. ti wu t' PhM
Oceanic SteamsMp Go.
KINO- STREET, Tel. 179.
AVo inalco a Specialty of Shoes.
It's our business..
Wo propose to give more
Value, Style and Comfort
Than anybody else can or will.
Micrny's biioc c,
405 Port Street.
A LIPS SIZE
One Dozen Photos of tho Sitter
KsTIh the LATEST OFfER wo have
t T "TTfTT T T A A iO
I . VV I . I . I H VI .A
J J ' ' ----'- a-xij.v
Portrait and Landscape
'H'ORT ST I ? TC ET.
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea. and Coffee
at ALij nouns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
AIAVAV8 ON IUND.
Eagle -:- House
(Jno. McLean, Prop.)
Nuuanu Ave., between Ileretniila outl School
ROOM AND BOARD:
Pop Day, S1.C0
Per Week 9.(50
Itoonm to let without board if preferred!
I tf DiuioiiiK every S.itunluj' with Ko
wiiilmu (ilea Club in atteiiilauco,
A FAMILY HOTIilft
I1, ICrcwiso, nProp,
Tor Day 9 9.00
l'or WU.... 12.00
Tliollwtnf A!wi'll"ij Hl Jtttt Hllun.
tlmi mill (lit) ym Muni In thU Ojly