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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1896.
5 Euenin Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1896.
A good Htory of British pluck
nt Couetnutiuoplo coidcb by the
Mioworn's nmil. It is told by tho
London Spectator, in comineuting
on Turkish atrocities, as follows:
Even tlint ono litllo hrroic net,
when a hundful of British blue
jackets with iixed bayonet, kept n
horde of savago Turks from butch
ering Christum victims in u pub
lic street, was the unauthorized
net of tho British charge d'affaires,
which, but for tho untionnl outcry,
might have endangered his official
po&ition. "Arc you nwaro that
you are on foreign soil V" demand
ed the angry Sultan. "Whoruvor
we n!e," Mr. Utrbort coolly ro
piml, "ve will pr. vent outrage."
One oT tho most curious items
or news by tho mail is thn state
ment by tho Riitht lion. Joseph
Chamberlain, bucretary of State
for the Colonies, that ho will not
visit Canada this trip. Ho is
viiiting his uit'e's folks in tho
States within a day's journey of
the biggf-st colony of the empire,
yot he cannot take tho time for
tho run across tho holder. An
other funny statement he made
was that lie did not kuow much
about tho Pacific cable project.
Mr. Whitney, in an interview
given editorially in a Vancouver
paper for which there is not
upae in this issue is represent
ed as paying that, until annexa
tion by either the United States
or Client Britain, the problem of
popular government in those isl
ands must be consideiod an un
i.ii:vr i'oi(i:iM m:ws.
Continued from 1st Page.
Chief Makoni, tho great leader
of the iiibtirgeut Maahonas, has
been captuied in n cavu at his
Eleven firemen wero burned
to death in an opera houso fire at
Benton harbor, Michigan. 'Die tiro
is a mystery. It started half an
hour after the closo of a perform
ance. A member of tho Katie
Putnam company and others lost
heavily in stage property.
Mr. Nollidotf, the Russian Am
bassador at Constantinople, will
probably succeed Princo Labanou"
Kotovsliy as Russian Mhrster of
United States revenue- cutters
have seized several schooners
caught sealing. Some of them
claim that limy woro outside of
the prescribed limits and that tho
cutlers were out of their reckon
ing. German newspapers are boy
cotted from publishing advertise
ments of American bicycles by
German manufacturers smlirtiug
under the competition.
Dr. Lnnghold's consumption
specific named Chinozon is now
admitted into general practice,
and some of tho leading hospitals,
tli j clinics of Vienna nnd tho im
perial test institute of Berlin hayo
311st reported favorably upon it.
Two men held up forty gam
blers at Pueblo, Col., and got
away with S-150, all tho money on
Consul General Fitzhugh Leo
is investigating the mysterious
death of an American newspaper
correspondent nnmed Goviu in
An English syndicato has
bought the War Eagle mhio at
H -b!and, B. C, for a million dol
lars. The Herald's correspondent on
tho Moron Juearo trooha sends
-word that tho insurgents have
seized a Spanish convoy which
left Ciego de Aarla for Los Pio
(Iras on August 2U, killing, wound
iug and capturing the entire gov
ernment force, consisting of ."00
men who woro in charge of tho
convoy. The Spanish commander,
with oight members of his staff,
wero released, however, after bo
ing di&arnied by tho robols. Tiny
Tpaohed Moron at ono o'clock on
the night of tho attack.
The Cretan assembly, after con
Bu'ting with tho revolutionary
committoo, hn8 nccopted tho re
form plans drawn up by tho
powors ami npproved by tho Sul
tan of Turkoy.
Mr. E. Brondbent and Miss
Mary Jaoueu woro married by
Bov. T. D. Garvin yesterday, and
left for their future- homo on Kau
ai by tho Mikahala. Tho brido is
a charming young lady who 1ms
many friends in this city.
TIIK KARIIIQUAKt: AT IIII.O.
Mcternl Itiltlillns .Nocroly Hlinltcn
nml Murli Dniungo Done.
Sunday morning's oarthquako
was much more sovoro on Hawaii
than on Oahu, tho town oE Hilo
getting tho worst shaking up of
any place on the big island. Tho
shock was felt there at about a
ininuto before 5 o'clock, or some
ten minutes after it was felt here.
Much damage was done to 01110
of tho fitores in that city, the Hilo
Drug Company's loss being the
mo.-'t extensive. Tho bottles in
their store weie knocked about and
turned aionnd in great aliape, tho
loss from breakage being about
100. Turner's grocery store,
Theo. H. Davies A- Co'b branch
establishment and C. E. Richard
son's store also suffered damage.
Tho type in tho Tribune ollico
was also mixed up.
In .luhn Scott's houso at Wai
naku some valuablo statuary was
thrown over and broken, and in
other private houses thoro was
some loss from broken crockery.
The earth was cracked near town
from tho sea to a point half a mile
Tho shock is said by old resi
dents to have been tho heaviest
experienced oinco 1SG8.
Snliullnii Army Trn.
Impoutant: There aro very few
things more hurtful than common
tea. An eminent Engli-h doctor
once said: "If the public gave up
drinking common tea, tho occupa
tion of one half of our profession
would bo gone." Good tea, how
ever, is refreshing and stimulat
ing, and in introducing this arti
cle to tho publicthe officers of tho
Salvation Army have taken great
pains to secure a tea, which can
with tho greatest coulidouce bo re
commended as being of tho vory
highest standard of excellence,
and havo decided to Bell it at a
pi ice within the leiieh of every
body, and although it will leavo
us a very small margin of profit
indeed, wo aro satisfied, knowing
that what we soil is suro to give
satisfaction. Sold in lib packets.
Memorial Mixturo,English Break
fast, Young Jlysou,Japan, Oolong,
Gunpowder, 30c: Auxiliary, HSc.
Telephone 75i5. H. Cannon, Pa
latini Grocery, opposite Railway
Depot, bolo ageut for tho Hawaiian
Pork and beans at the Anchor
yesterday; soup, fUh and potato
aalad. Today it is veal and roast
potatoes, unhid and condiments.
Tomorrow a course dinner, fresh
beer and a number of extras.
Why pay a Pako sovonty-livo
cents a day when you can make
hay by patronizing a white man
Hoy? Administrator's "Notica.
The iinleisif!ual having been appointed
AduiinihtruUir of thu Ksluto of Uilminu,
Into of Hoiiuluhi, Oalm, iU-coaiieil, by order
of tho Ilonornblo A. l'eiiy, Hccoud Tudf'O
of tha Circuit Court, Firt Citunli, hereby
uoiilie-t all portions having claims ajfiiitiht
mid cstiito to present tho ha mo with
oucburn duly iuitUntii'nted if imy osihta,
cvuti though the h.uno liu bvturcd by mort
gage upou real estiito, to htm nt bin ollice,
No. 210 King Htrnot, Honolulu, Ualm,
within six tnonlhs fiom thu ilatn lie roof, or
rtuuli ciumu will 1)3 fuiMVt-r b,mvl, All
persons mdubted to nnid t-st.uo aro notidiid
to p.iy HiinhdeblH to tho nmlivsigno'l,
A V. UEAll,
Administrator cum textauieuto huuoxo
of the Kstnta of I.nliaiim
IJutcd Uouolulu, 8fpt. Oth, 1M1.I. 40.1..rt
I'ublio notice is hereby given that the
authority humloforo givuii by thu under
Higiieil to any perMin or pmnont. to collect
mid receipt for tuomtyt on mioinit of tho
KsMto of AI. Uoldboig. deceased, is hereby
revolted On and after this date no receipt
will be valid unless signod by one of the
Kiecittors or their Attorney.
V., 1). TKVNF.Y,
Executors Kxtato 11. (lohlbtrg.
Honolulu. Sept 10, 1800. -Kl'J ,'lt
The Captain, Ovvnom aud Agonts of tho
Hteamer "Ateu'' will mil be lospoiihiulo
for any debts contracted by tho clew.
This is a presidential elec
tion year and things are red
hot all over the United States.
Even Old Sol himself seems
to have stirred up his internal
fires and put on a few extra
logs, if we may judge by
newspaper accounts of the
terrific heat in Chicago, New
York and other big cities.
The heat engendered by the
discussion of the silver ques
tion and other campaign issues
has caused the political pot to
boil to such an extent that the
lid will blow off and the bot
tom fall out. Republicans are
hot in the collars, the Demo
crats would be if they were
in the habit of wearing any,
while the Populists, having
got it where the chicken got
the axe, don't need any collars
and have wilted away. This
is about the condition of af
fairs which usually precedes
an election for President in the
But here in little Hawaii
things are not quite so bad
although the silver question
affects a good many of us.
Whether we are getting a por
tion of the hot weather that
Chicago had no further use
for or whether the tail end of
Candidate Bryan's eloquence
has spread over us like a comet
we can't s-iy, but certain it is
that the weather is distress
There are a number of use
ful articles which we received
by the last "Australia," which
are most suitable for this sea
son of the year. We would
call your attention to a few of
Alaska Ice Chests are
the best made. Cheap, dur
able and good. All sizes.
take the cake, or anything else
you wish to put in them.
They are the leading refrigera
tors of the world and are not
equalled by any other make in
Rubber Hose is a' very ne
cessary and useful article in
hot weather. We have just
imported a big lot of 3-4 inch
in 2 and SO foot lengths.
This is the very best No. 1
four ply, and will last you a
Gem Ice Cream Freezers
make glad the hearts of all our
girls, and even the Jap in the
kitchen considers it an honor
to be allowed to turn the
crank. We have them in all
sizes from 1-2 gallon up.
Painted Iron Bath Tubs
are just the thing. We got a
consignment of these on the
"Australia" but they are all
sold. We shall be pleased to
take your orders for future
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreokols' l'.ank,
NO. 307 FORT STOTET.
tlmt wo aro prepared nt
nil times to do your Coppor
Plato Engraving and Printing
on Cauls, Wedding aud Society
Also, Pino Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies aud
Stumping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plato SI (30
I-I. F. Wichman,
Don't you need a watch?
One that you can depend
upon. The kind wo soil.
Wo nre selling Wnlthatns
in n dust proof case for
and fully warrant them in
We sell other makes, i
some a3 low as $5.00,
others ns high as 200.00.
Our stock is so large, we
would take pleasure in
helping jTou to a watch at
so low a price your pocket
would not feel the lift.
No pio plates sold, ut
most reliability in overy
25 and 50
Just Received ex
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
Also, a supply of
Oastle k Oooke
wTM knowledge is
i $ I ttlll Power Hac2ab.
'''' Jffl fl n vUn nn" "r k'K'wk'di
v i$ rv HVv! shm ii.iiki raivid
7'1 hi VA la diu'tn mvi's us tli
-' w M w u tn l)ijy tIi
! ff far l.-i UA i.m .
a jj is, fci.1 r, j-i .... ... Ai.
? -- 1ST!
the best shoomakurs ui tho world and pick what best suits our
trade and we don't know of anything too goorl for tho people
of this town.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.,
&X Shoe Store.
an. nj ia s asm WAs
If you aro thinking of getting a
Bicycle, now is the time to got
ono while thoy last. This offer of
ItAMliLiins at $75.00 is not a cut in
price, so don't wait expecting to
see tho prico come any lower. Wo
aro offering 1895 wheels at this
prico and thoro aro but a few left.
This wheel is fitted with tho
CJi-eat Gc. fc .T. Tivo
which has proven so satisfactory
in this laud of tho
Wo also have a stock of the 189G
wheels both ladies and gents which
wo aro offering at a low figure and
on easy toruis. Come in aud havo
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that we aro in the Bicycle
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimes you might fiivo
had you a wheol. A rido to Wni
kiki is not only a pleasure but a
siuo saving of health and strougth.
You will find now vigor by thouso
of muscles nevor before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST M DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hal! & Son
Oatton, Niiim. & Co., : : : : : Prora-iotora.
John Nif.ix, : : ; : : i : Suiioilutoudeiit.
General Repair Shop!
JOBBING A SPECIALTY
Qneon sttocit, belweon Aliikon
ami Kiclnmls htieels.
je of tho
IIHIUU, Wltll luiiu- onsil m
hand we van and do jxo to
i 1 ( F'ovt Sti'oot.
B' the Transit which arriv
ed on the 4th inst., wo re
ceived 100 Jewel stoves and
ranges (one largo car load)
direct from tho factory at
This is our third shipment,
and we find that wo have
only 4 stoves left from our
Tho excellence of these
stoves has already been
proved by tho large sale, but
wo will name throe points:
First. Long life from tho
heavy high grade of iron
which is the same in tho $12
stove as in the 50 range.
Second. Economy r. uo
use of fuel.
Third. Quick and even
"Wo propose leasing these
stoves on tho following terms:
When tho stove is delivered
one-third of tho price is paid
in cash, and the balance
monthly thereafter in five
f before the expiration of
the live months, the lesseo
wishes to pay off tho balance,
he will bo entitled to a dis
count of five per cent, on the
If a customer wants to buy
outright, ho gets five per cent,
discount on the wholo amount.
Jewel stoves and ranges
can be had only of us.
Von Holt Building.
HAS TAKEN THE
Photograph : Gallery,
Opposite Lovo'ti Bakery ou
N uiian Li -:- Street,
Wlieio Iki will enter immediately Into tho
woik uf 'Puking l'lrtureu. Air. Hovuiin 1ms
lutil yuntrt of ex crionca at this branch and
has always met with hucccbs in it,
MARY PUBLIC aud TYPEWRITER
Omen: 203 Meichnnt Mreot, Campbell
Illock rear of J. O. Carter's office. V. O.
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