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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 21, 1896.
5r;? Ever?ir$ Bulletin.
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
THUBSDAY, SEPT. 24, " 1896.
An interesting statement of tho
aenreb warrant laws of England
and America will bo found iu this
paper. in Amorica tno warrant
to search for stolen goods must
specify tho articled, while in Eng
land it may oo issued on "reason
able grounds of suspicion." Ha
wuiiau search laws allow a war
rant to issue for goods suspected
to bo concealed for fraud, a bond
being required from tho com
plainant. Tho search i3 author
ized hero also for goods suspect
ed of being smuggled, also for
liquor suspected to bo kept for
There was a great outcry iu tho
United States a fow month1 ago
for liritish action to stop Turkish
atrocities. Now thoro is a call
from Great Britain for American
co-operation in tho biuiio busi
ness. Since tho English expres
sion on th" matter has been mode
thero bus not boon time for tho
lespouso. It will bo ongorly
awaited in next mail advices from
San Francisco is to have a
thorough sanitary inspection.
Not a house will bo exempt and
the Bonid of Health is empowered
to make all necessary repairs to
abate a nuisaiico, and even to de
stroy unsanitary buildings if
deemed necessary. When is Ho
nolulu to havo another clemiiug
up day like that of lasi vear ?
Maine's verdict on top of Ver
mont's seems to bo a settlor of all
doubt as to New England's vote in
November. Tho Democratic falling-oil'
in Arkansas, however,
seems to bodo worso than any
thing thus far for Bryan. It is
predicted that Louisiana will go
Republican on account of tho dis
gust of sugar men.
MTIsr rotiiMJ.v ni; us.
Continued from 1st Page.
Tin: vuiiax ivaii.
Rebels are charged with atroci
ties, hanging inoifonsivo inoa
and attacking women.
General Woyler denounces as
falRe a report thnt ho had cabled
to Madrid that 51 insurgents in
Cabanas fortrt ss wero shot.
Thero is to bo a rotrial of tho
Competitor prisoners. Two Ame
riciius have been released
thiough tho intervention of tho
State Department of tho United
OENEItAL WBYLEIt TO TAKE THE
FIELD IN TEItSON.
Captaiu-Geueral Weylor had u
conference on Soptoinbor 1G with
tho various commanders of tho
columns, also with the command
ing otlicors of marine and the cliiof
of tho medical department. Tho
conferences aro precursors of the
approaching campaign, which is
intended to bo vigorous and reso
lute. Captain - General Weylor
will assume- personal command at
Pinar del Rio, Ahumada and Pul
morola, taking charge respectively
of military and political affairs at
Havana. Anothor measure Gon
eial Weyler thinks of adopting, as
a prelude to tho campaign, is tho
revocation of tho edict of pardon,
obliging families having connec
tions in tho ranks' of tho insur
gents to move into other provinces
and making concentration in vil
lages obligatory and considering
all persons found in tho country
enemies or supporters of the
Insurgents aro destroying tho
farms and plantations of those who
rofuso to pay taxes.
Tho Spanish Hnuk in Havana
has stopped tho sale of drafts on
Spfiiu. This depreciates notes
and a crisis is feared,
ALLEOED OFl'EIt OF HOME BULK.
1 A special to tho Chicago
Tribune from Jaokbonvillo, Flu.,
says: Spanish Consul Salis, who
Bays ho represents Miuistor do
Lome, has told J. A. Huan, lopro
eentativs of tho Cuban junta here,
that if tho iusurgouts would lay
down their arms by Novembor 1st
Spain would grant com pleto homo
rule to tho island. Sails said am
nesty would bo granted to every
man who had been in tho rebel
lion, and that Spain would recall
General "Woyler and iinmo a
representative of tho Grown in
Cuba who would bo accoptablo to
the iusurcont leaders. Mr. Iluan
.l agreed to lay tho proposition bo-
loro tno juuia, uui iuiu onus u
would hardly bo accepted, as
nothing short of absolute inde
pendonco would satisfy tho Cu
Tin: lCAvrr.UN i rsnoN.
BLUE JACKETS TO GUAM) EMBASSIES
BBITAIN CAN'T ACT ALONE
Owing to tho Turkish Govern
ment's communication to tho em
bassies of tho powers regarding
nun oi s of another Armenian out
break here, tho embassies have
deputed tho foreign consuls to
authorize the polico to enter
foreiirn houses when necessary
I mid arrest Armenians for throw-
ing bomlis or snooting there
from. Tho offer of the Turkish Gov
ernment to furnish tho ernhnssies
with guards has been declined,
tho foreign officials preferring to
roly on tho guards of blue jackets
from tho war ships of the powers.
It is feared in high quarters
that a Mussulman movement is
afoot against tho Sultuu, mid
mil'taiy meusures on an extensivo
scale havo been adopted.
The guard of Turkish troops on
duty at Yiltliz Palace, composed
of four battalions of Albanians,
was forcibly disarmed in tho
presence of a largo body of troops '
and replaced by me Zraskior
Lord Hugh Cecil, Member of
Parliament for Greenwich, and
fifth son of the Marquis of Salis
bury, in replying to an invitation
to address an indignation meeting,
says that lamentable as it is, it
appears to bo tho fact that thero
is strictly no hopo for tho Ariuouii
ans till the fooling abroad at least
approximates tho qtcitement in
England. Ho tiusts that this may
Tho Berlin newspapers have
Coustautinoplo dispatches which
locord tho formal dismissal of the
servants of the pnlaco and the
foreign officials of the arsenal,
showing tho nervous teusion, and
tho intrigues. Rodrnn Pasha,
Govornor of Constantinople, lias
been dismissed and tho Sulfan's
brothers have been arrested.
Although tho Sultan still re
fuses permission in response to
tho demand of tho powors that six
ironclads should have free pnss
ago of tho Dardanelles, a pio
clamation has boon road in tho
Mosques which is evidently cal
culated to prepare tho population
for this event.
Sir Charles Dilko, who is an
authority on European politics
and on British imporial defense,
has written n long letter on the
Armenian agitatin in which ho
refers to tho provoking fickh-ness
of English public opinion on tho
varying phases of tho Eastern
question mid warns tho couutry,
looking to tho weakness of the
fleet and tho unpopularity of Eng
land, against isolated action
Ho continues by saying: " Tho
fleet could torco tho Dardauolles,
but only with heavy losses at tho
risk of entailing a gonoral war, in
which our national existonco
would bo at stake. Forcible ac
tion olsowhero than at Constanti
nople might aggravate thochancos
of a massacre at Constantinople
and entail tho partition of tho Ot
toman Empire between tho pow
ors, by which we would have much
to lose and nothing to gain, ox
copt a most dangerous inheritance
impossible to defend."
Or and Itnllonn Ascent.
Professor Price, tho celebrated
cloud scraper, will mako a balloon
ascension and parachute leap
from Independence Park, Satur
day next at 4:30 p. m. Prof.
Prico will on this occasion at
tempt to mako the highest ascent
mado yet in Honolulu. No ro
gular charge will bo mado for ad
mission to tho Park, but every
body will bo expected to con
tribute something. As this will
Srobably bo tho last ascent in
onolulu for some time, tho
professor should havo a largo
Remombor the sale of Mr.
McMillan's furniture by W. S.
Luce at nine o'clock tomorrow.
CONTAINING TWO STO
RIES AND ONE
A New England Congress
man recently sent one of his
constituents a package of flow
er seeds for the latter's wife,
and received a genuine Yankee
acknowledgment. The latter
thanked the member for the
flower seeds so kindly sent,
"including sweet peas and
other varieties of long, unpro
nounceable, unintelligible, ro
mantic names. We have plant
ed the seeds," the letter con
tinued, "and if they grow we
will use the names to train the
In the same connection one
tells at the capitol of a visitor
to a committee - room who
found a Congressman's clerks
busily directing seed packages.
"What are you doing?" the
"Sending out garden seeds,"
was the answer.
"Seeds?" said the other.
"This late in the season you
ought to be sending out vege
tables." You may think it hard to
find the moral to the above
stories but we know better. It
is concealed in the oven of one
of our lately imported
Model St. Clair Wood
You buy the stove and we
throw in the moral. These
model St. Clairs are truly
"model," for they are perfect.
They have every convenience,
including spacious oven, and
in addition a commodious hot
water tank situated at the back
of the stove. A six-hole cook
ing surface is sufficient to do
the cooking of a large family
and these stoves are built for
that purpose. They are solid
and substantial, are tastefully
ornamented and sell for $0.00.
Should you prefer a range
we can recommend the "Gol
den Anvil" as the best made.
These are built of steel through
out and burn either wood or
coal. We have them in two
sizes, $50 and $6$. c
You may need a handy lan
tern for the barn. We have
them with glass oil containers
instead of tin. They are much
neater, cleaner and nicer than
the old style and your fingers
won't smell of Kerosene after
handling them. They only cost
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprookols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
that wo nrd prepared at
all timoB to do your Copper
Plato Engraving mid Printing
on Cauls, Weddiug and Society
Also, Fine Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies and
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cauls from your plate ,S1 CO
H. F. Wichman,
D.m'tyou need a watch?
One that you can depend
upon. The kind wo sell.
We ore selling Wnlthntus
in a dust proof case for
and fully warrant them in
Wo soil other makes,
some a3 low as 5.00,
others ns high as $200.00.
Our stock is so large, wo
would take pleasure in
helping you to a watch at
so low a price your pocket
would not feel tho lift.
No pie plates sold, ut
most reliability in overy
I H. F.Wioliman
25 and 50
Just Received ox
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 Ply Hose
Also, n supply of
Castle L Cooke
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l3 Ivi E? rlulM iuiu uur Kuowir
V i$ fv tAvfii shoo iiinkiTs and
vi M t W vA ducts gives us
(H H $ 1V to buy the bi
I -to sh B (V made, with raj
-.7..V iu; inuiu wo can an
tho best shoomakors in the world and pick what best suits our
trado and we don't know of anything too good for tho people
of this town.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Big: Shoo Store.
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If you are thinking of getting a
PjIOYOLK, now is the time to get
ono while they last. This offer of
IUjiblers at S75.00 is not a cut in
prico, so don't wait oxpecting to
see tho prico como any lowor. Wo
aro offering 1895 wheels at this
prico and thoro aro but a fow loft.
I'liis wheel is fitted with tho
Great G-. & J. Tixe
which has proven so satisfactory
in this land of tho
Wo also havo a stock of tho 189G
whools both ladies and gents which
we aro offering at a low figure and
on easy forms. Come in and havo
a look at our wheols and satisfy
yourself that we aro in tho Bicycle
Stop and think how many Nick
leB nnd Dimes you might save
had you a wheel. A rido to Wai
kiki is not ouly n pleasuro but a
suro saving of health and strength.
You will find now vigor by thouso
of musolos nevor before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hail & Son
Oatton, Nikll k Co., : : : : t Proprietors.
John Niki.l, :::::: i Supcriuteudunt.
I3K. A SS and
General Repair Shop!
JOBBING A SPECIALTY
Qneon street, between Alnkea
and Ulcliards streets.
Jt. - 1
idgo of tho
idy cash in
id do jro to
516 Port Strofit.
Novelties in household
goods draw customers to the
up - to - date stores; thoir
presence on tho shelves is an
indication of nush nnd onemv
combined with enterprise, tho
inundation to every successful
business house. Wo find
pleasure nnd profit in getting
out of the old rut and bringing
a fow sunshine novelties into
Ono of tho woes of tho
averajjo housekeener lies in
the can used to hold kero
sene for tho lamns. Fm.
quently she finds tho iloor
discolored by greaso spots
and disgust follows. One
of our new Globe oil cans
will obviate this and for
very little money.
Lrown tryers aro as woll
known in tho States as Crown
bakers, nearly everyone whose
stove has not a broiler attach
ment uses one because the re
sult is practically tho same.
They are exclusive with us.
In tho warm weather (and
that meana nearly all the
year round with us), nothing
is so refreshing as an ice
cream or a shorbet. Tho
Lightning Freezer excels all
others in the making of these
delicacies. Wo sell this in
preference to any other.
After your dessert a cup of
delicious coffee is almost
necessary you know what
muggy coftbe is? By tho use
of n Princess coifee pot tho
coffee is absolutely clear and
free from grounds. When
tho berries are ground in an
Enterprise mill such as wo
sen and cooued in a ',lJnn
cess" nothing can bo better.
You've read about chafing
dishes, possibly owned ono;
those made of Aluminum
such as we offer aro tho best,
and in the end tho cheapest.
Von Holt Building.
HAS TAKEN THE
Photograph : Gallery,
Opposite Love's Bakery on
Nuuanu -:- Street,
Whero bo will cntor immediately into tho
work of Tuking I'ioturea. Mr. boverin has
had years of exj erieuca at this brauoh and
has always met with success in it.
MARY PUBLIC end TYPEWRITER
Offices 203 Merchant street, Conipboll
Block rear of J. O. Carter's office, I. O.
Box 33(5, J
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