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B1SKU86K ON ENGLAND
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IltANOi: AX1I HIJ.SSIA.
llrllnln'i Holt'liie AiHlii,l Tlio
oxt Wnr lo m soil In!
Loxdok, Jnly 21. A dispatch
from ITnmburg to tho Sun's Lon
don ollico states tlint tho follow
ing is nn nu tho moil oxprofision o
Princo Dismnrck's views on tho
ponding European crisis:
"The English policy is govern
ed by anxiety about the conilict
which England must figlit out
with iUisMa and Fraiu'e. Franco
is striving for the Soudan, Eussia
for India, and, as England is tho
common antagonist, thoy nro nat
ural nlHeq ff n nitlmut a treaty.
Egypt is t gif.u strategii' im
portance to England's position,
botli in the Soudau and India,
and i?. therefore, now tho pivot of
JJritiih policy, tho anxieties of
which hftvo boon not a little on
hauc d b Russia's recent attitudo
towuid tuo Egyptian question.
England will not givo up Egypt,
but does not fool hfrsolf a match
for Russia and liVi.tice, and is,
therefore, casting nbout for help,
hitherto and, let us hope, in tho
future in vain, so far a6 Ger
many nud Austria and Hungary
"Dnt the British are tormented
by anothor anxiety. They no
longer believe ontirelv in tho nil
agsnilability of their European
island empire, for whereas inniiy
things ha.q changed elsewhere in
the last decade, England's hystem
of dofenso is still the saino as in
'Wellington's time. It suffices for
non-EuroM .1.1 c mutiies, in view
of the win id-wide extent of her
interests. Sho must have moio
ships on tho foreign coasts than
Russia and France, but the power
or poweii which preponderate
wlicie tlie conilict must bo decided-
that is. in tho channel and
Noitn sea - will bo victorious.
"Tho Fionch channel ileet alouo
is already a match for tho Eng
lish, and its junction with tho
Russian Baltic ileet would put an
end to England's suporiorftp in
tho waters in which tho connict
nuut be decided. Add to this
that her insular position involves
the danger of England boing
starved out by tho onomy, so that
sho must unconditionally sur
render if a victorious hostile ileet
should succeed in cutting off her
Bupplies. England has not ig
nored this danger, and is there
fore working diligently at tho
task of increasing her navy to
such an extent that it will bo
superior under all circumstances.
If she maintains her superiority
at sea her antagonists must try to
convert a sea wnr as quickly as
possible into a land war and seek
a decision whore all tho norves of
tho world empire meet, that is,
I, a I'll trio DrlcudM Kt lllslit to Dri'iim
til llio Future
Montreal, July 17. La Patrie,
a French Liberal paper of this
city, owned and edited by ex-Mayor
Reaugrand, in dofenso of its
agitation for a movement for tho
separation of Canada from tho
empire, toys, answering a con
temporary: 'Doe& our conferee imagino
Canada is eternally destined to bo a
colony and (hat Canadians should
bo prevented from dreaming of
independence? That is a little
t too imi.'Ii, .. it will find as many
English as French who will de
claro sincerely that it is not com
mon sense. Our interests aro far
from being identical with those of
England and we will bo sacrificed
each time the interests of the om
piio are concerned. While re
maining loyal and impactful, it is
suiely allowed iih to think of tho
futuv , t. fori tr U t, . destiny of
our !(.. iti" . .n it. ! -
pond. 'lit Can ud a . nut' be
more ptosperous tuau n Canada
TutiU'ifftrlng wtlti Throat, I.nnii r W nil y i am
Stun, uli i Hinrrli.Hiriifuli, (Ilium, ur Mrwum I ul It
.".I'll., uiil tm bIvimi o wiinpli liultln it Mt. Rult.
JUNs i'riiicubm: nJirwinx for tni. taiui
Mormf IIiiilihtik Pros tv . Honolulu, U. I. "Itii
uaraul, i at I'aiutaklo as Ullllc or Uuucy.
arum iwwam iwiwj" WMW
Rooks, wo know,
Aran substantial world both
puro and good.
Round thoso with toudrils
strong ns ilesh and blood
Our pastime and our happi
ness will grow.
Wadsworth, Personal Talk,
We Wave Them;
All the Latest
Books op the
Our Stock of '
Is the Most
To be Found
In the City.
fiST" If you don't find what you
want, let us order it from tho Pub
lisher, it takes only a fow weeks,
and wo charge you nothing oxlra
for the getting of it.
Wall, Nichols Co,
Valuable 7 Homestead
Tho promises at present occu
pied by E. Kopko, Esq., situato
at tho corner of Greon and Victo
ria streots on tho slope of Punch
bowl, aro offered for salo. Tho
dwelling houso and out-building
aro well arranged and commodi
ous and tho grounds aro largo
and well laid out. Excellent view
of Diamond Head and the ocoan.
"Will bo sold vory reasonably and
part of tho purchaBO monoy may
remain on tho property secured
For further particulars apply
to J. P. HACKFELD,
Attornoy-in- fact of A. Ehlors, Esq.
Notice of Copartnership.
Tlio uudersifinod, each residing in Hono
lulu, in tho iBliiml of OaIiii, of tho llopub
Ho of Ilawaii, hnve formed n copartnership
with' each othorin the business of baying
anil soiling general merchandise nnd ns
comuiimioji murclmntu in said Honolulu,
under tho firm uuino or btylo of JT Wntar
liouxe, buing tho business hcrotofoio cw
riod on by J T Wntethouso, first, nnd his
successor, J T Wjiteilioiiio. second.
Dfttod Honolulu, July 1, 1890.
FiteiihiticK T 1 Watkkiiocsk,
' Eknest Conisto.v Watehiiousk,
Oi ojinK fcJ Wati.iiii wk.
I hnvo maila ovrr nil the stock nnd mcr
clmiidiso in tho bnsincn carriod on by tho
Into J. T. AVntel houso, nnd nlso tho good
will imil nil outstnmlni ; acunatits theieof ,
to iny sousj F. T". 1' , U C , John nnd G.S.
WnttrhoUhO, who henceforth enrry on said
bustuess und snmo nil liabilities fiom
Jul Ul, Ivi'i.
lillZAblilil JOIIINI. WVi'Elt
nOUSU, holo Ltigat- u niulef tho will of
Jolm T. Wntothouse, :ur lm
TEaCHRR'S PREPARATION MM1
MB. C. HENRY WHITE
Propavo Toachero for the Next
VST Apply nt Knglo Houso. 353-lm
EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 1, 1S0G.
immnm imt go.
SI. 3Gingr Street.
Q. J. Wallkii - -
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metapolito luje&t Co.
The Very Kinesb
ieMgeMfed .-. Ml$
Sweet and (
Oomo and seo our
NEW CHICAGO RSF3IGfj3AT0r,B.
Wesfbrook & Gares,
Telephone - - - - 10J.
Jasaph. TinkEr, - - Prapj
Beef, &??$ Mutton
Pork, !SL Veal,
Of tho Finest Vnrietioi.
Jlrtljere or tlio Cclchratcil Pork Sausage
Nuunnu streot, opp. Chnplaln inuo.
City Feed Store,
Old Annory, Boretnuin bU.
L. H. Dee & Co.
New Consignment of
Hay, Grain and Feed
Yer S. G. Wildor. A lurge consignment
expected by ship Stnrbuck from Portland.
FIub FamUy Flour, Hoped Baled Hay.
Also, 2 Surroys nnd 1 l'hncton.
Por tho Equine Tablo in tho
way of all kinds PirBt Glass
HAY, GRAIN 0 TEED
Aro on salo by tho
WASHINGTON FEED (lOfflt
51 Fort St. Tel. 422.
of (Sroctrlfcs are more palatable ns w ell
ad healthier than the other kind.
yOELLER & CO.
(WnrliixMoiU, lleretanln Street).
Ilauillu nntlilng but tho best, l.lliby
McNeill's Cnnned Meats. Klnji-Morso
Tublo Fruits, (Slilmrdelll's Chocolate,
Milkmaid llraud Milk, Paragon Puro I.nid
8 Tklephone G80 -ti
C. KLEMME tfc CO.,
Casli -:- Grocers
Fcrt Strapt 8c Cbov'-L i lana,
H. MY co.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
98 Port Streot, llooolulu
Tolophouor 2'J P.O. Box 470
wamno ntocK, - - nr.nn'ANiA bt.
Ir'lunibinir onrl Cjlas
littinsr Sanitary Work a Specialty
S37" Jobbing promptly attended to.
Tulephono illt'i. 233-tf
Impoitcrs nnd Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
139-tf King btreet.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
My S10.00 llnth Tubs, lined with best
quality, No. 10 line, C in. Pipe, (Jhnin and
Plug, with wood im nil complete. Olhei
dctilura nro dunifouudcd, nud ii"ort to nil
mnnucr of Tricks nnd Kxcuse.
13o not deceived, theso llnth' Tubs have
been sold for 14 until I reduced tho price.
I nm prepared to do nil work in my line
nud gnnranteo satisfaction'. Estimates fur
nished. If you want n good Job cheap for Cash),
ring up Telephone S44, and I am your
JAS. NOTT Jr,
TinsuiltU . Plnmbflr
For Family Usel
Just Received, ox "C. 0. Funk," a cargo of
Wellington, DepaFfcuie BaiJ, Coal
Which is offered in quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
HTJSTACE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand
at the very lowest market
rates. Tolphono No. 414.
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To order for 1800.
In Quantities to Suit.
S.lSr Orders solicited for n futnro do
tiverj. A. V. COOKU, Manner.
At WAIKIK1 011 enr liuo mid on l'A-
LAMA 110AB ucar FertiUzinR
These lots are Very Chep nnd 8old
on Easy Terms.
Detrinririe At 'froota neai- IIjp city nnd
other Properties tov nU
CltUOia, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in lots ami Lamia,
Fort Street, iionr Kiuc
TKLEi'noNB C07. P. 0. Uos 821.
TOU LIKE CUBSYi
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOT THE. STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS' CURRY
Curry Powder as made by vw is prepared uft.orthe Original
Recipe from the Purest Ingredients
TRY IT ONOi'J
Just' Received and For Sale
A.t the New Stand, King Street;.
(Adjoining the Arlington.)
Whole Wheat Flour,.
Golden Gato Flour,
Fresh Almonds and Walni$it8.
Cal. Block Butter,
Onions, etc., etc. '
Honolulu Road Wagon!
$3T I receive orders for
THE - ERY - BE ST -
Agent for Hooker & Co., Snn Francisco, Cnl.
(Successor to C. E. Williams, 'H. H. Williams & Co.
' and Williams-Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sa:le, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Eont
Undertaker and Embalmer,'
Tombstones and Monuments.
iteMdence nmi NiRht Tei. sir.. 611 KING- STREET, Tel. 179,
H. HACKFELD & CO,
Importora and Dtialeis in
H, HACKFELD & CO.
IN - THE - MARKET T