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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 13, 1896.
THE KAINV.U ASS-VIM .
Totictiflnnlied by I,tinntlc I'rlvfiil-
Nil In (or Kiisliind.
BciiUN. Mnv 30. Tho eraporor
as tho center ot publio nttontion
during tub past wook. jllib pro
testation oMriondship for Rubbm,
upon tho occasion of tho czar's
coronation, and hiB bauquot in
honor of liis grandniothor, Queen
Victoria liavo'beeu much remark'
cd, especially his behavior toward
the latter. Ho conversed most
cordially with tho British ambas
sador, Sir Frederick Lascollo, and
this is interpreted as a sign that
tho relations between Germany
and Great Britain havo improved.
Tho Association of British
Naval Engineers will visit Ham
burg and Berlin in Juno, and
great preparations aro boitifj niado
for the reception of tho visitors,
duo to tho emperor's personal in
fluence. Ilia majesty will personal
ly attend their luncheon at tho
exposition June 13, and possibly
he may also nddiess them on
naval tnottors in tho chemistry
building, hiB dettire beiug uumis
takub y to testify that he does not
shnrt? the popular disliko for tho
As a further evidence of tho
better feeling prevailing in Ger
many toward England, it is statod
by tho Saxon newspapers that tho j
roal family of baxony will visit
England this summer, and a limn-'
ber of German princes, including,
Princo Albrecht of' Prussia, will
do tho samo.
The government has ordered a
more strict surveillance of Amer
ican meat imports, the alleged
cause of, this departure being tho
tampering and admixing by Bel
ginn and Dutch importers whilo
in transit to Germany .
Prinze Bismarck's health just
now is delicate. Ho has fits of
somnolency which have disquiet
ed, his family, and Dr. Ohrysandbf
La's 'forbidden tho reception" of.
' Throughout the week the case
of Louis Stern, of New York,
sentenced to fine and imprison
ment for insulting a German ofli
cial, has been vigorously and gen
erally discussed, tho Gorman
presB taking its cuo from tho gov
ernments publication of the cor
respondence, and, with hardly an
exception, Secretary Olney is de
nounced. Tho emigration from Gorman
ports has been heavier than for
yours past, .especially from BuBsia
and Hungary. About 500 emi
grants passed tho depot at Spau
dau daily, and tho North German
Lloyd steamers are unable to han
dle all tho emigrants this week.
Tho emperqr had a startling ex
perience on Monday during a
pleasuro excursion with tho em
press, near Potsdam. Ho uns ac
costed by an escaped lunatic
named Becker, a cabman of- Ber
lin, who had made his way out of
tho asylum at Dalldorp. Ho' ac
cuped his majesty of being an
usurper to the throne, which
rightly belonged to Becker. The
madinau oidered the emporor into
banishment. Becker was seized
by members of his majesty's suite
and escorted to this city, where
his identity was established. Em
peror William is Btiid to havo
been greatly perturbed by tho in
cident. Tin; UAiinEN ism:.
3uti'M I'rnm ii Kleriluiul on n Unti
tle Trip to Kannl.
E. B. Hondry, managor of tho
Hawaiian Hardware Company ,has
just returned from a ten days' trip
on Kauai, during which timo ho
mado a complete tour of that isl
and, Mr. Hendry says that tho
cane crop is very large and tho
minding season nearly over. A
lnrgor arpa than usual is being
panted, on Maknwoli plantation,
alone, 700 acres of now ground be
ing broken. Bice cutting and cauo
planting aro going fqrward rapid
JyL. At Makaweh a new ice plant
lmt been put in, capable of turn
ing out 800 pounds of ico at a
strike. Tho rice crop in Hanaloi
valley is lookiug splendid and
Iho feeling among business peo
ple generally ib very hopeful.
Mr. Hendry says that although
raiiiB on Kauai aro plentiful he
luckily escaped a wetting during
the entire trip.
TotlHnffrrln h Throat, Atinij or Vtotlnir VImum
SfinchC'lrrb,bcriftil, AMbina. or Nervnm l)lil
Mr, etc., will bo kI-o a Minpki boil In or Hit. Oillt
UIN'8 I'HOUOIiAlK KMUMIDN Mr trial. Call at
toroof iloLLiarrR Drug Oo , Honolulu, II, I, "Ufa
jwajitee 4 u 1'aUWW u MlUc or Ilouey,
E. W. JORDANS
TSo. XO Fort St.
Puggarees! -:- Puggarees!
Handsome ones, In Cotton and 8Uk
80 Cents to 75 Cents.
Edging and Insertion.
P D CORSETS
Xch flood In l'lcimluj; Cartel.
Large Fine Line
NO. 10 FORT ST.
Queen Sroot, Honolulu!
ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS
FurnUlicd for UuIIdlng All Classes ot
Machinery Repair Work, and,
Reconstruction or Remodel
ing Old Plants.
Iron, Brass, Phosphor-Bronze, Zinc, Alu
minum, and Lead Castings. Ornamental
and plain Cast Iron and Steel Columns,
Iron and Steel Girders and Trusses,
Gratings, Doors and Abutters, and a gener
al line ot Iron and Brass Work for buildings
of all classes. Ships' Blacksmith Work dono
with neatnoss anu dispatch. All workman
ship guaranteed first class, and at prices
that hare been hitherto unknown on tho
Islmd Orders will recohe prompt atten
tion. C. R. MCVEIGH,
Manager and Proprietor,
P. O. Box 457.
Telephones: Ofllce, 878; Works 013.
For Family Use I
Just Kecoived, ox "C. O. Funk," a cargo of
Wellington, Depttfimtfe BaiJ, fio&I
Which is offered in quantities to suit,
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER. & CO., L'D.
EUSTACE & CO.
WOOD iND COAL.
Also White and Black Sand
at the very lowest market
rates. Telphone No. 414.
City Feed Store,
Old Armory, Boretauia his.
L. H. DEE, - Prop.
IiirORTEU OF .
Hay, Grain df Feed Stuffs
Trefih Tiny and Grain by oyqry Inoomlnc
vessel. Goods imoiced direct to City Feed
New Stock Just Arrived per "Aloha"
rar- a HP ""
The Boers in
South Afrioa, says:
Nic$ for nics
Bonna tool for- Kelt,
Which means in English
Nothing for nothing
Bat plenty for money.
, 33- Buy youcEalabJoB at tho
nndiyou will rojoico that you
read this advertisement. . .
GoodBdolivoredJreo. . . .
Givo us a jinglo-TEL. 765.
Oppsito Railway Depot, Palama.
WMM MAT CO.
S3. 1-SLaa.g- Stxcot.
G. J. Wallkk - - - Manaokb.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
- AND '
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metopolitoii Rjeat do.
The Very- finest
RWirjeMed .-. Mea
Oomo aud boo our
NEW CHICAGO REFRIGERATORS.
Wesfbropk & Gares;
Telephone - - - - 104.
JasBph Tinker, - - Frop(
Of the Finest Varieties.
Sinkers of tho Celebrated Pork Snusngo.
Nuuonu street, opp. Chaplain lane.
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Lucas' l'laning Mil , -will have
fresh every duy
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which will bo sold to fumilioa in large or
small quantities. No Co.staik-
W. L. WILCOX,
311tf. Proprietor Kalilii Pol Factory,
Store open nvenlncs.
Henry Davis & Oo.
Haa roceivod tho usual consign'
fard . .
Aa well as Bomo Delicacies by the
C. ZLEMME & CO.,
Cash -:- Grocers
E&NOW OPEN &
Fart StrBBt & Bhaplaln LanB,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries,
98 Fort Street, Honolulu
P.O. Box 470
Castle & Goofce,
. . . .Soil tho World Famed. . . .
Slack and , ..
of dissolved lend nnd
all iMi'UiuriKS nre re
tnovod. Tiio foulest
water rendered pure.
Filter at a low prico.
1 The British, Kussian,
Swedish, Chinese and
For Sale by
Castle & Cooke
WA1USO BLOCK, .... llKnKTANIA ST.
3?lumbing o nd G-ag-fltting
Sanitary Work a Specialty
GOT" Johbi r promptly atton-ied to
Tolophoi. 7!J5 281-U
Impoitera and Dealors in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
139 tf King Streot.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
Sly $10.00 Hath Tubs, lined with beet
quality, No. 10 zino, 0 in. Pipe, Chain and
I'lug, with wood liui all complete Othei
dealers are dumfonndod, and rosort to all
mannor of Tricks and Excuses.
Bo not deceived, these Iluth Tubs have
beon Bold for $14 until I reduced tho price.
l am prepnrcti 10 uo uu worn in my nn
' anu guaranM-e wuisuicnou. usiiwaios iar
A. JUU Willi, I Hl'lt ITVM b.lVIt,' w VIVTH
ring up Telephone 844, aud I am yom
Tinsmith A Wuraber
of Groceries aro more palntablnns well
as liuilthlu tlmu the other klml.
VOELLER & CO.
(YailngIHoch, lloretanla Strict).
Handle notlihiR hut tlio best. Llbliy &
McNeill's Canned Meat, King-Morse
Table FrultB, Glilrardelll's Chocolate,
MilKtnald nrand Milk, 1'aVagon Pure l.anl
ggj- tklefhone G80 -ji
SubHcribo for tho Evkmno litjlr
I.ETIN, 75 oonta per month.
DO YOU LIKE (MET?
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY
Curry,. Powder as made. by us is prepared after the Original
Reoipo from tho Purest Ingredients.
ear TRY IT ON Giil 3
EVBHY i MAN i HIS i DWN i HORSE i DDCTGR,
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- HExMEDIES
ron tiiic onnn or diseases op
KORSSS, CATTtS, SHBEPLP0S5,5WIHS AKB PQULTEY.
The marvelous hair romody which prevents
FOB.' SALE BY
Sole Agent, Honolulu.
JSf" Neat pamphlet free on application. P. 0. Box '93, Telephone i!0.
", Honolulu, April SI, 1S90.
Mn. O. W. Macfuilane! It affords mo pleasure to rocominond, (o any one whoso hair
is fallihp.out, the une ot 1)K, I'Ol'IIll'b U.iIIl OIL. My huir uas copinK out at such
a rateasiouino touiimvotnatLwouju soap
lhis'c?a?od entirely; nono whatever ia'nojv
woruiy remeay lor imi iruuoio nuu mso Tecomuiuud n u a siimuniai io now RTOWtu.
lOft-tf Yours truly, J. H. DANIELS.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Importers and Dealors in
" H. HACKFELD & CO.
Eat BACON that was good as Turkey ? That's
tho kind wo have. Also,
CHOICE .HAMS, OREGON POTATOES,
Yollov Turnips, Smoked Beef,
Choice Bloqk Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fresh Dates, Cereals,
And a General Assortment of Standard Goods at Lowest
JJOU Try Our Oyster Gem Crackers, Just the Thing for Soup, "a
dcoooio uaia. Alter using tue oil lor live weeks
falling out. I con-ider it the best and only
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