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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 14, 1890.
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Till! DEVELOPMENT OP JAl'AN.
Scoltlnir u Monopoly of tti Trade ot
New York, April !. Tho Sun's
Loudon cablo Bays: Japan con
tinues quietly tho policy of com
mercial dqvolopinout as though
hor statesmen woro not consumed
with hulrcd ot lluBsia and con
vinced that .Japan will havo to
fight tho colm.sna within tho next
few years, as part o the prico
she must pay Tor admission to tho
rank of. a great nation. Her com
mercial poln v for fifteen years
lias boon consistently aimed at
taking tho country out of the
.European trading strings wincn
Japan had to accept in tho early
days of hor ronaissanco.
Tho same thing was attompted
in 1880 by means of a conference
at Tokio, at which most ot tho
foreign powers woro represented,
but it eaimi to nothing because
Europo had not then learned that
it must treat tho Japanese seri
ously. "Within tho last fow years,
however, Japan has concluded
now treaties of commorco with
England, tho United States, Rus
sia, Italy, Denmark, Brazil and
Germany. At this moment sho is
negotiating, as usual, in almost
absolute secrecy with Aiistria and
Switzerland. When this is com
pleted arrangements will bo mado
with Franco, which -will concludo
tho great work which has boon
pursued with infinite patiouco,
tact and skill. It will not bo
long before tho world will know
whethor llussia will pormit Japan
to enter upon a period of indus
trial progress which may poibly
t-nd in a Japaueso monopoly of
tho markots of tho Far East.
It iB known at the Foreign Of
fice hero that the Russian Minis
tor at Tokio early hi March gave
the Japanese Cabinet a full ex
position of Russian policy in
Corea. That policy is ono diffi
cult for Japan to oponly quarrel
with unless sho wants to precipi
tate a war. Russia disclaims de
signs on tho indopendenco of
Corea and as good as calls upon
Japan to do tho same. Sho re
grets tho necessity of keeping
Russian marines at Seoul, aud
hints that they will remain until
tho Japanese soldiors havo cleared
out of tho country.
OC1MMC JHAIL SUHSIDY.
Another Effort to Obtain Fnrorublo
"Washinoton, April 4. That
part of tho Postoflico appropria
tion bill which had to do with
mail subsidies will bo brought up
ngaiu in tho Senate for final ac
tion on Monday. Roth of tho
California Senators arovory mui h
in earnest in tho effort to seuure
an additional subsidy of $80,000
for the Oceanic Bteamship line,)
and will make n strong fight for it
on tho iloor in answer to attacks
mado on it Thurbday by Souator
Vilas of Wisconsin. Ono of the
main points in Vilas' argument
was that tlioro was no necessity
for tho United States Government
to increase tho Oceanic lino's sub
sidy, for the reason that tho Now
Zealand Government Avould do it.
To refute this statement Senator
Perkins will on Monday road clip
pings front Now Zealand aud Aus
tralian nowspapors to prove that
not only does tho Oceanic lino
stand no show of getting an in
crease in tho present subsidy, but
that it is oxtromoly doubtful if it
, can rotain what it is gotting now
when its contract runs out, in a
couplo of years.
The Steamship Koliulul.
Tho Senato Commerce Com
mittee on March 26th reported a
bill granting American registry
to tho steamship Knhului of San
Francisco, Captain ' Nelson's ves
sel. Somo criticism was heard
among California Congressmen,
who doclarod tho vessel was an
old English-built hulk, unworthy
to fly tho American flag. Tho
Kahului has been engaged in for
eign trade, buthor condition prac
tically unfitted hor for long voy
ages, butnowasan American ship
she can ply 'in the coastwise trade.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 26
and 60 cents por night $1, and
$1.25 por week.
' 290290-290. Tho United
Carriage Co. Fine carriages and
tho fastest horses in tho world
with competent drivers olway ob-
M;rr rWnr TCinc nnd Fort
streets'. Telephone 290, i
We have just received
New Lines of Goods in nil
Agateware, China, Glass
ware and Toilet Sets. Hard
ware, Paints, Oils and Colors.
Our Grocery Department
has been largely extended by
additions in Fancy and Staple
Articles. Pie Fruits and
Canned Goods in largo variety.
Housekeepers will find our
stock of Lace Curtains,
Sheetings, Cotton and Linen;
Table Damask and Napkins,
the most complete in town.
Gent's Underwear, Tennis
and Nogligeo Shirts, Sweaters
in Blue and Whit?. Laces, Ho
siery and Serges. Ladies' and
Gent's Umbrellas. A new lot
of Saddles and Gent's Russet
Leggings, Pommel Slickers
and llain Coats.
K2 We have recently re
viewed our stock, many goods
are marked down and our
prices merit your patronages.
J. T. Waierhouse,
GUieen Street Stores.
Queen Srcot, Honolulu!
E.ST:HATE8 and designs
Furnished for Building All Classes ol
Machinery Hepalr Work, and,
Reconstruction or ltcmodel-
ing Old Wants.
Iron, Brass, Phosphor-Bronze, Zinc, Alu
minum, and Lend Castings. Oruamontal
and plain Cast Iron and .Steel Columns',
Iron and Steel Girders and Tinsses,
Grstings, Doors nnd Shut torn, and n gener
al lino of Iron nndBrassWork for buildings
of all classos. Ships' Blacksmith Work douo
with neatness and dispatch. All workman
ship guaranteed iirst class, and at prices
that havo beon hitherto unkuown on tho
Islmd Ordora will rccoho prompt atten
tion. C. R MCVEIGH,
Manager and Proprietor,
P. O. Box 457.
Telephones: Office, 578; Works. 013.
Lots Por Sale!
LOT AND HOUSE AT KAPAI.AMA,
right on tho Tramways Line. Jtented nt
$ 10.00 per mouth. 4 HouEc-Lots at the
10 Lots at Kamanuwnt, on the muuka
corner of the extension of ICuktii stieut aud
proposed Iliver street. The Lots are level
ed; it is ono of the best houso sites in the
city. There is a good road loading now
fiom Beretauia sheet to thebo Lots. Prices
ure reusouuble. Titles perfect.
For further p.irticulars, npply to
W. O. Acni.
Honolulu, April 10, 1800. '-'TO-lni
SubKoribe for thu Evening Bol-
LE'HN, 75 cents per month.
EVEHY l MiUNT i HIS i DWN I HORSE i EDCTDR,
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
ron tub cuitE or diseases of
HORSES, CA.TT&E, SHEEP, DQQS, SWIHE AND PQUMRY.
Tho marvelous remedy which
FOR SALE BY
13T" Neat pamphlet free on application. P.
Ex S. S. "Belgic."
City Meat Market
VOELLER & CO.,
Head List of Specialties:
Fata di3 Fata Bras, Anchavlea,
Mushrooms, Metwurat, Llmburgar,
Young: America Cheese.
And a Full Lino of Groceries of Every
Waring Block, Boretania street, Honolulu.
C. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash. -:- Grocers
v&NOW OPEN -
Fart Strest & Chaplain LanB.
Every prico we quote is the lowest. We
ntend t& koep our prices always tho lowest.
If they'ro not bring your purchase back
and got tho monoy. Thnt'd our standing
offer. Uompnio our prices consider that
quality is tho choicest nnd see if Bueh
prices nro -o bo found ulsowhero.
fUBT Quick, Free Delivery.
Hotel strcot, opp. Arlington Annex.
Our Stock of Spring Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tho finest on the
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
are moderate Jowolry in
spec, designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
P. O. Box 287
gouveip'.' Spoons !
A Novel nnd Uniqno DcRlgn. Also, a
Har-ctcome ol of Hawaiian, CucIqs
W. G. BIART'S.
IXX? Finn Watch Bopairing executed in
a skilful tuuuuer. All kinds of Jewelry
cairfnlly Bepnirod and Bo-arranged.
yggr Call up Telophone
4:33 and place an order
with us for Feed.
FRESH STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND.
WASHINGTON FEED CO, I
bolo Agent, Honolulu.
O. Box 293, Telephone 20.
m MAT CO,
SI IClaarjr Stroot.
G. J. Waller - - - Manaqeu.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metopolifan HJe&fe do.
Tho Very finest
Como and soo our
NEW CHICAGO REFEIGERATOES.
Westbrook & Gares,
Telephone - - - - 104.
Joseph Tinker - - Prop,
Of tho Finest Varioties.
Milkers of (ho Celebrated Pork Snusago.
Nuuanu strcot, opp. Chaplain lana.
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Lucas' l'laning Mil , will have
fresh evory day
MAC JUNE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Whioh will 1m wold to families in lnrge or
small quantities. No Contain-
W. L. WILCOX,
311tf- Proprietor Knlihl Poi Factory.
Store open evenings.
ABOVE OAK IS
Strong and Durable In ConstjueUoa
And Ie Adapted for Any and All Plantation Wort.
3 Estimates given on any stylo of
1'lanUtion Oar. Also on nbo-o Oar if
nluutr.tions wish to use tho Wheels uud
Iron Work they hao on hand.
J. A. HUGHES,
DO TOU LIKE CUBRI?
TRUE INDIAN CURRY .
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY
Curry Powder as mado by us is prepared after tho Original
Recipe, from tho Purest Ingredients.. " 7
&r TRY IT ONOJEG 8
BENSON, SMITH & GO.
A gonerol stock of Liquors, Alos and
FItESH BEER ALWAYS OX DKAUOHT.
OUR PORT AND SHERRY,
Aro of the lluost and como to nt
diroet from Europo. .
OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY
Imported straight from Louis
JAMES OLDS, Prop
Cor. Niiumiii uud Itcretuiila Sli.
T. Ki:Vi:.V, Iflnnncor.
COOL FRESH BEER!
On Draught and the Standard Brands of
FINE WHISKIES, BRANDIE8, WINE8 AND
t tiiLi: oi.Aitirr a Hii.aiAirv.
Wanted at the Lonvro Saloon,
Ol Nuunnu btreot.
GO00 men daily to drink the 5000
..FAMOUS SEATTLE BEE2, . .
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
EDWARD & HARRY,
FoxtofDco Box 475 Honolulu.
KINO ANIi NUUANU 8TUK1X.
Tho celebrated Entkupuisk
Bkkk on JOraught nnd in
Bottles. . . .
Fort St. Opp. Pantheon Stnblos.
Our Scissors nro sharp; our
Razors aro bright; wo Shavo
equally well by day or by
FRANK PAOHECO, Propr.
Hotol St., near Fort, Tol, 802.
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BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - &
Importers anoLIquor Merchants. , .,
No. C, Drumm Street, - - San Francisco,
ron SALE IN nULK. ;
American BounnoN Whiskies in Bond por
barrel containing about 40 gallons each
nt various prices according to ago and
California Grape Biundy in Bond vet
band of about 40 to 50 gallons.
AUo the ctkbrnted Catc U7'Jti':
"Extra l'ony" Uourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
3 gallons per case.
"Beorgrass" Uourbon Whisky, 12 bottlos, 2
2-5 gallons nor caso.
"Old I'ioneer" Bonrlwn Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-5 gnllous per enso.
"Tennessee White ltyo" Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2 5 gallons per caso.
OALIKOltNIA TOlVr WINES, SHEimiES,
Sond orders bv umil. fi,iHur,.nn -
Braunsch-weiger & Co.,
WMu No. 5, Drnmm streot.
Temperature - Record
For the Year 1895.
Trl.tlullr Tcmucratiiro fur tlio Entire
Buy ii copy and Bond to your frionda
Prico 5 Cents. ,
MP For sain nt the Office of the EvejH
i.sa Bdllutik, COO King street. 277-tf.
M. S GKINBAUM & CO.,
Queon street, Honolulu, and 216 Front
str.fit, Sun Fiuncisco, Cal.
General Merchandise and . ,
, . Coramusion Merohants,