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H o ' EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 5,'.18UG. ' . ' . -
Ilr MINISTER A. S. WILLIS '
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Hsk Francisco reporter, Minister Wil- " ' ' ,.
H8&' "9 said: . : v. . i - - i . ,. . ; - ; r r ;
HpT v- "I am away merely on the reg- , . ' T!
WM- ulur sixty-day vacation that tho -" CO ' .'
WBST Government allows once a year to ' ' J ',.".- . ' ' pi t-- ., "". I. ' '
B - ' its representatives in tho consular , ,. , . ' ' i ', '" - -- 'h k'-'Y
WSL'' service. I havo no thought of ro- '. " ' '. ' V ' H ' - ; : (f gf.'V
HBp signing, and tho auction sale of ,v A ' j , ;2, - ,. '-?" -i '' '
H'J somo of my goods -would have " - '- A', '' p gf """'' A "i -S 'f "'' . .
fp' taken place nnywny. lam not at - ?v ' A i ' '' P-o ' .' vi:,?. .i''r-
U all in poor hoalth. In fact I ' ; ' ?'"'.;'" :."'.'i. '' Hg' '- ''.'''$ ' v: "Vx'-
Hp.'' don't know whon I havo boon in v j' " B'gp , I '','j !'-""
Hk: such good physical form, for I " ' ' "' '3 ' .'' ""'
Wtk havo increased materially in , 51 Si I 'y
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been at Honolulu. "Wo are going v .X - p ' ' X'
Rft to our old home at Louisville 0n X -' V 2 it X
such good physical form, for I
havo increased materially in
'i'hough tho Government al
lows a vacation each year, this is
tho first one I have taken in
almost threo yoars that I have
been at Honolulu. "Wo are going
to our old home at Louisvillo,
Ky., and will also visit Chicago,
"Washington, 0i I think, and
other places, beginning at
"There has boon almost a regular
boom at Honolulu. During tho
last two or threo years many
young men havo gono down there
and engaged in coiree-growing.
A good many men there havo also
gone into It and into sugar-growing.
Tho third year after plant
ing, coffoo matures, so that things
are looking well.
"At Honolulu they havo been
erecting schools, building roads
and reservoirs and putting up
electric and pumping plants. Tho
city looks woll and ovor tho isl
ands -where thero is any settle
ment thoro is thrift and prosperity.
At tho time of tho cholera scare,
somo months sinco at Honolulu, a
census of tho people was takon
and roputed ut 82,000.
"I think this is inside. My
own opinion h that thero aro 35.-
000. This will show you how it
is growing. Honolulu is destined
to bo a great resort.
"I can't toll you anything poli
tically, for that would touch on
my duty us a foreign Minister, but
witu what I nave said you will
get a good idoa of how things aro
CLEVELAND AND AHIIITIlATION.
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Cotton Crepes, 14 yards, from 35c up
lie ItlukcM nu Impnrtnut Proposition
to Lord Snllibury.
Ohioaqo, April 20. Tho Timos
Horald's Washington special says:
Lord Salisbury now has before
him'for consideration an informal
proposition from President Clove
laud of a treaty of genoral arbi
tration of all matters in dispute
between tho United States and
Great Britain, and all disputes
between 'pithor of those powers
and any other power in .which
the good offices of tho other Gov
ernment Iim been tendered.
Tho moaning of this is that tho
President has offered to tho
British Premier a general schomo
of arbitration 'designed to embraco
the Venezuelan question, but
without reference thoroto by
name, thus affording a method in
which Lord Salisbury may easily
reach a settlemont of that vexing
dispute without too directly hum
bling his pride. To this proposal,
made 6omo timo ago, after a series
of fruitless negotiations along
other linos, no roply has yet boon
Do not full to make your selec
tion of those embroideries nnd
' laces at "Watorhouso'sQueen street
btore before the best aro gono.
"When you' have pictures to
frame it would bo well to remem
ber that you get tho benefit of 15
years' oxporionco together with
honest treatment at King Bros.,
Don't give yourself away by ac
cepting aiiy of tho inferior brands
of beer but insist on having that
well known and popular brand
known ns tho Seattlo beer to bo
had at tho Criterion.
City Uurriugo Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. If you want a
haok with good hnrso and cnio
ful driver ring up iVlophono 113,
corner of Fort mid .Merchant
streets. Buck at ull hours. "-'
AMIIll to- Jflrohlblt tlio IIo nl Cnncoll-'
el NtnliiV, F.(C.
Bollowing is the full text of An .
Act to Amond Article 0" of tho
Civil Cbdor relating to tho Post ,
Section 1. Any person who
shall uso or attempt to use, in tho
payment of tho postage on any,
mail matter convoyed uy mail or
otherwise, any poslago stamp or
stamped envelope, or any stamp
cut1 from any such stamped en
velope; which has (boou boforo
used, for a liko purposo, shall bo
liable to a penalty of fifty dollars.
Section '2. All lottors inclosed
iu a stamped envelope, if the post
ago stamp is of a denomination
sufficient to covor the postage that
would bo chargeable thereon if
tho Bamo were sont by mail, may
bo sent, convoyed, and delivered,
othomviso than by mail, provided,
kuch onvolopo shall bo duly din
rccted and proporly scaled, so that;
tho letter cannot bo takon there
from without dofucing tho ou
volopeaud tho date of tho lottor
or of the transmission or, receipt
thereof, shall bo writtoa or stamp-i
ed upon tho onvolopo. Any por
son who shall convoy from place
to pkeo or from port to port any
lottoc not in a stamped onvolopo
ps .aforesaid, shall bo liable toai
lino of not less than fivo dollars-oc-
more than fifty dollars for.
eacli offense. Tho Postraastox.
jGeueral may suspend tho operar
tion of this Section upon any mail
route whore tho public interest
may require such suspension.
Section 3. This Act shall take
effect from tho date of its publicar
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I have been stopped from ofForing premiums, but as a reward
for your patronage, and to tho person holding tho greatest
number of Tickets, July 1st, I will make a present of Two
Silk Dress Patterns, 15 yards each, or One Fine Silk Shirt
and One Dozen Silk Handkerchiefs. These Tickets will bo
handed you with every 0110 dollar cash purchase. Thoro will
be no gambling or guessing of any numbers; all that you havo
to do is to keep tho tickets and present them at my store July
1st, and if you had tho largest number the present is yours.
Robinson Block Hotel Street
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niKly-Mno Ilcntlm In Honolulu In. tho
' month of April.
Agent Iloynold's mortuary re
port for tho month of April shows
a total of C9 deaths for the month..
Compared with previous yoars
tho deaths wore 55 in 1892; 4.0 in.
1893, GO in 1894 and G2 in 1895.
Tho annual death ruto per 1000
Tho various causes of death
aro given below:
Apoplexy 3, Bronchitis 2,
Bright's diseuBO 1, Beriberi 1,
Consumption 5, Cuncor 1, Cholera"
Infantum l,Convulsions 2,Catarrh
1, Dropsy 3, Diarrhoea 1, En
docarditis 1, Exhaustion 1, Fever
4, Heart Failure 2, Hemorrhage
2, Influenza 3, Inflammation of
lungs 1, Inanition 1, Malnutrition
1, Nephritis L, Old ago 9, Obstruc
tion of Bowels 1, Opium 1, Peri
carditis 1, Premature birth 1.
Paralysis 2, Pneumonia 3, Peri
tonitis 1, Suicido 1, Syphilis 1,
Strangulation of Intestines 1,
Tumor 1, Unknown 2, Whooping
Cough 0 Total G9.
A. J. Derby, D.D.S., Dohtal
offioo Cottogo No. 100, Alakoa
street, telephone No. G15. Office
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
See my fine line of sweaters for
S1.00. Just tho thine for athletes.
light weight and juBt.suited to tho
country. xwaKami, .Hotel Br.
Try that now brand of flour
called AVhito Eoso. $4.25 por
barrel at tho "Washington Peed
Co., Fort Btreet, below Queon.
.'Housekeepers will do well, to
secure somo Sheets and Townln
from tho bargains atWHterhouso's.
juotnors supuia, got somo 01 those
now pattern Flannelettes.
Thero aro many kinds of beer,
but after sampling the Seattle
beer at tho Criterion you will for
sake all others and stick to the
best. Tho Criterion Saloon keeps
it. "Why ? Because it iB the best.
G. Pv. Harrison, practical piono
and organ maker and tuner, can
furnish best factory references.
Orders loft at Hawaiian Nows Co.
and tho Wall, Nichols Co. will
receive prompt attontion. Tolo
phono Nos: 234, 190 and 442.
Tho coloring of a photograph
adds life to tho subject. King
Bros, have somo charming speci
mens done by thoir artist, who
has no oqual for this kind of
work. Call and seo thoir collec
tion at King Bros., Hotel St.
Singers lead tho world. Ovor
13,0,00,000 rnado and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction,regularity of motion,
oaso of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, eoso of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement, B. Borgerseu, agent,
King' and Bethel streets.
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