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EVEN1H0 BULLETINv JWIiS" 13;. 1896.
Tiir.nt iniTi:iti:Nt!i-.s nkitlkd.
llcurjr, I.mUmIc mid tlio Knlnor SInUo
Kikl, June 29. Tho Emperor
today received Princo Ludwig,
hoir apparent to tho throne of
13avarin, on board tho imporial
yacht Hohouzollern. Princo
Honry or! Prussia was presont,
and mutual explanations wore
in nd o concerning tho unpleasant
incident which occurred at the
Moscow banquet on tho occasion
of tho coronation of the Czar,
when Princo Ludwig resent
ed (he chairman's allusion
to himself and his follow
South German princes ns moin
bois of Princo Henry's suite, and
declared ho himsolf was an inde
pendent Bavarian priuce and an
ally, not a vassal, of the German
empire. It it understood that
complete harmonv was restored
bntwten Princes Henry and Lud
wig and the Kaiser.
Nnv YoitK, Juno 29. -Tho Her
ald says in ruferoncnto tho above:
lu connection with the reconcilia
tion which, as described in tho
foiegoiug dispatch, has taken
' place botweon Prussia and Bava
ria, it is interesting to recall tho
fact that Munich particularists
have issued a memorial medal to
perpotuato tho speech dolivored
by Princo Ludwig of Bavaria at
the Moscow banquet. The medal
bears iu relief tho words used by
Princo Ludwig: "Wo aro allies,
but not vassals."
HtYAUD IS II IN !I.fcMi:f r.
Til? i:mtini:i'lor Compliment llio
I'rojilo of KmcIiiiiiI.
GAijfcsiionouaii (Eug.), June
29. Upon arriving hero today
the United States Embassador,
Thomas F. Bayard, was presented
with nn address by tho Gaiues
borough Municipal Council. Mr.
Bayard's visit to this town was
upon the occasion of tho laying of
tko memorial stono of tho John
Bobinson Church. At luncheon
Lord Brownlow proposed the
toast "ThoPresidontof tho United
States." Mr. Bayard, iu replying,
said that tho occasion was both
mcmorablo and delightful. It
meant n good deal, ho continued,
when from botli sides of tho At
lantic they met together with sin
cerity of feeling today to drink
"tho health of both rulers." Ho
hoped that tho time would not
como when such toasts would not
bo drunk with tho sumo good feel
ing as at presont existed. Con
tinuing, the Embassador remark
ed thut ho "was in this country
not to discover difficulties but oc
casions of agreemout."
At the conclusion of tho laying
of the stono Mr. Bayard read a
long address, covering twenty
pages nnd consisting chiefly of a
historical sketch of John Robin
son, whoso name and character,
the Embassador said, would create
a tio bohv on those who felt the
"kindred of common language and
Vtli) IIimc Von
Been Htrlcken wltli tllH'i"o while jnnr neij;li
lior ccjieil, or Ylcc-enn ? Ilotli were alike
exposed, but lu oito case tlio discnuo (rurniH
foiiuitjndcuinciit In tliu linpiuo blood mid
wool, en i'd HjBtum, while In tiu other the
Maud was Kipt pure by Hood's Sareapiirllla,
Mill thu body waln a condition of uood
Hoon'h I'lMsnio purely u-gctnule and do
not purge, pnlu 01 p.rlp. Sold byalldrugglstb.
City Carriage Oo..J. S. And.
radu. uiiinug-r. It yon want a
buck with good hoiso and care
ful driver ring up Telephone 113,
coiner of Fvt and Merchant
streets hack at all hours.
J W. B'orgstrotn is agont for
tho celebrated Kroegor pianos, of
Now York. Ho builds organs.
SecoiiU-linud pianos taken as part
payment. Pianos bold on instal
ments. Tuning and repairing.
P.O. Box 387. Tola 347.
Singers lead the world. Over
lS.OOOiOOO mado and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity of motion,
oasf) ot motion, great speed, ad
tiHtnliilit,i , durability, ease of
inning and convenience of ar-uiigi'iu.-nt.
B. Boigorsen, agout,
luig and Bethel sheets.
iiRVrlnj with Throat, I.tinK or Wattlnc PIi-oim t
IK'atArrli.Errnfnla, Utliniiunr ftrrtrms cUI
, nltl ..i jrle Mimla bulllc n( lill. (Hilt
OUKCHiLVri: CMULiIidN fr trial. Cull ot
ItniLiHTrn I'niu ., Honolulu, 11. I. "Jtls
nl as 4'alutaMu at Mil or Honey.
30 Days Only
Wall, Nichols Co.
ftT" Wo must mako room for
NEW STOCK to arrivo.
863" When wo do a thing it's
sure to bo DONE WELL nnd
that's tho case with OUR
CLEARING UP SALS
PRICES THAT TALK:
W. & Ditson's Tonnis Balls,
cut from So.50 to gl.lo doz.
Spalding's Tonnis Balls, cut
from $5.00 to 83.90 doz.
Spalding's Oflicial League Balls,
cut from $1.50 to S1.30 each.
Framed Pictures., choice sub
jects, cut from S2.10 to $1.00 each.
750 Boxes Extra Cream Wove
Note Papor, cut from .50o to .25o
1000 White Envelopes, size G,
cut from $1.35 to $1.00 each.
This is No Fake Sab but a
Genuine Cut Price Sale 1
ESTake Advantage Of It
30 DAYS 0MLY
Walt Nichols Cq
T U R K t Y -maCEESSSEESZSSfew
A RECORD OF BARBARISM
DARKER THAN DARKEST
AFRICA. . . .
(Hy Hev. Edwin M. Bliss.)
gjtT Prospectus au1 subscription lists
The ilawaiiaii News Co., L'd
Morohant Street, Honolulu.
Inouo vol. cloth $ 2 00
Iu one ol. cloth gilt, , . 2 CO
In one vol. IIiiK-KnssIan gilt '. . .1 60
Notice of Copartnership.
The undersigned, each residing in Hono
lulu, in tho Island of Oahu, of the ltepnb
Ho of Hiuvuli, bao formed a copartnership
with eaoh other in the business of buying
nnd selling gonoral ruerohnndis; nnd ns
commission merchants in snid Honolulu,
under tho firm unmo or stylo of JT Water
houso, being the business heiotoforo enr
ricd on by J T Wnterhouse, first, anil his
successor, J T Wnteihouso second.
Dated Honolulu, July 1, 18IMJ.
FllEIIEHICIC T 1' WATntllOCSF,
EuSfcST O0NI1TOX WATHtllOlMF,
I have made over nil tho stock nnd mer
chandise in the business carried on by tho
Into J. T. Wnterhouse, anil nlso tho good
will nnd all outstanding accounts thereof,
to my sons, P. T. 1 , II. 0., John and G.S.
Wnterhouse, who ht-nct-forth cmryousnid
business nnd ussumo nil liabilities from
July 1st. 181)0.
KUZAHEfll BOWING WATEH
HOUSE, Solo Legateo under the -will of
John T. Wnterhoubo. 315 lm
Having severed my connection with tho
business establishment of J, T.Wnteihormc,
I desiie to tnv to my friends nnd tho public
that I ran be found, for the piebent, nt tho
oflico of the ln'o C. It. McVeigh, coiun of
Queen and Nuuiuui sir' els.
319-Ct . WALTEB 0. WEEDON.
msmast im go.
SI IClsigr Street.
Q. J. Waluib ... Manaqeu.
WUOIiESALE AND RETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND!
Metfopolilan NeM Co.
NuoANit Stueet. '
Tho Vow Kinest.
tyfrigefttBiI .-. MbqI?
Como and seo our
NEW CHICAGO REFRIGERATORS.
Westbrook & Gares,
Telephone - - - - 104.
JrJBEph Tinker, - - Prop,
Of the Finest Varieties.
Milkers of tlin Celebrated Pork Simsiigc.
Nuunuu btreot, opp. Chaplain laue.
City Feed Store,
Old Armoiy, Itaretauia bts.
L, H. Dee & Co.
Now Consignment ot
Waw Hrpin anH Fp.p.H
Per S. G. Wildor A large consignment
expected by nliip Starbuck from Portland.
Flno Family Flour, Roped BalBdHay.
Also, 2 Surreys nnd 1 Phaotou.
For tho Equine Tnblo in tho
way of nil kinds First Class
HAY, G-RAIN 0 PEED
Aro on salo by the
WASHINGTON FEED flOM'Y
51 Fort St
of Groceries aro more palatable as well
as healthier tli.ui thu other kind.
VOELLER & CO.
(Waring-Block, Ucretanla Street).
Ilnudlu nothing but the best. Llbhy&
JIcNclll's Cnmad Meat. King-Morse
'i'ulilo Fruits, GlilriiKlclU's Chocolate,
Milkmaid llrand Milk, Paragon Pure Lard
BtST TkIiBPIionk gso a
O. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash -:- Grocers
vs-NOW OPEN -m
Fort StrBBt & Chaplain Lane,
H. fi'Y k CO,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
98 Fort Streot, Uonolulu
Tolonhoner 2"A P.O. Box d70
WAKING D1.0CK,, .... I1FRTANIA ST.
-z: : 'i
lliimbing: nnd Oas
XittinjTj Sanitary Work a Specialty
K9 Jobbing promptly Attended to.
Telephone 73.V. ' 235-tf
Importers nnd Dealers iu
Steel and Iron Ranges,
139-tf King Street.'
CAN'T BE BEAT !
Mv SI 0.00 Bath Tubs, lined with beal
I quality, No. 10 ziuc, G in. 1'ipe, Uhnin and
rluff, wan wood inu nil complete, utnei
denleni nra dumfouuded, bud rc-oit to nil
lunnner of Tricks and Exeut.es.
Be not deceived, thesu Bath Tubs hnve
been Bold for $14 until I reduced tho price.
I am picporod to do nil work in my line
nnd gnarautto satUCactiou. Estimates fur.
If you want n good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Tclcphouo 84-1, nnd I am you
JAB. NOTT Jn,
Tinsmith t Plumber
I 1 1 fl I
For Family Use I
Just Rcceicd, ex "C. C. Funk," a cargo of
Wellington, DepantnUB Baj, tfoal
Which is oflVrcd in qunutit!cK to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
UUSTACE & CO.
WOOD m COAL.
Also White and Black Sand
at the very lowest market
rates. Telphone No. 414.
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To order for 1830.
In Quantities to Suit.
30" Orders solicited for a future do
tivorj. A. V COOKE, MannKcr.
At WAIKIK1 on car line nuil on PA
LAMA ROAD near Fertilizing
These Lots arc Very Cheap and Bold
on Easy Tcims,
Dobirnble Aero Tracts near the city aud
othor Propel tioa for trnlo.
BKUC13, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers iu Lots anil Lands,
Fort Street, near Kins.
Telephone 15071 V. O. Box 821.
B0 TOU LIKE CffiKBI?
. TRIE INDIAN CUHKY
N031 THE: STUFF USUALLY SOLD Afr CH331RY
Carry Powder as mado by u& is propnred nftcp-tlio(Djsginal
Eicipo from the Purest Ingredients!..
W TRY XT OOSTO (-0 -SB
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, II. H. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Choirs for Eent
Undertaker and Emklmerf
Tombstones and Monuments.
Residence nnd Night Ttl. 815. 611 KING STREET, TeL 17&,
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Plantation -Supplier. -
.-'-H; HACKFELD & CO.
Eat BACON that was good as Turkey ? That's
tSho kind wo have. Also,
CHOICE HAMS, OREGON POTATOES,
Yellow Turnips, Smoked Beef,
Choice Bio :k Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fresh Dati s, Cereals,
And a General Assortment of Standard Goods at Lowest
E5&- TfJ Our Oyalit Gem Crackers, Just the Thing for Soup, "a
SSSTO If. PS!
' Ghas, Hustace,