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EVENING UULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 29, 1896.
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DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 29, 1896.
About ono-lmlE of Christondom
is looking lo Gieat Britain to dis
ciplino tho "unHpeaktiblo Turk,"
while the other hal is ready to
attack her if rIio makes a move in
the mutter. Groat Britain is do
ing a fair slroku for humanity in
vislies of tho African Desert.
Mr. Trcadway, captain of tho
Henley regatta crow of Yale, has
beon heard from. Ho had slipped
off East to get two foot ball play
ora, and did not want anyono to
know what ho was about. Another
Swiss policeman wont one
hotter than tho Honolulu patrol
man who arrested a diplomatic
leprcsontativo. An Amoi ican ofli- '
cial ariested at n villago noar
Benic was rolcaced only to he re-
captured at Gouova. (
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Continued from Jst Fayc.
. ThoBiitish Embassy in Paris
lias not yet received from London
tho formal demand for Tynan's
extradition, and tho French For
eign Oilico refused all informa
tion. 1IIK Oi'llN Wt.ll,
ItmilXS DUITATUD WITH HKAVY
In a battle in Havana province
ou the 20th, an attack of 500 in
surgents was repulsed by loyal
Havana volunteers. The rebel
loss is estimated at 100 killed and
wounded. Tho Government losses
were 31 killed aud livo wounded.
Further particulars regatdiug
tho attack on Mayari, Santiago de
Cuba, ou the 5th iust., show that
tho insurgents numbered 2000
men. Tlioy lost over 60 mou in a
light of three hours.
Wholesales killing of non com
batants is charued agaiuht both
Spanish aud Cuban soldiers. It
is baid that General Woylor has
oulered shot and killed with tho
mncheto about 18,000 pacificos.
lie is renortod o have said that
ho intends to kill off tho pacificos
so they may not join Gomez's
army. Letters from Santa Clara
say Weylor'B amnesty decree is a
Government records show that
177,.r)00 troops have been sent to
Cuba up to tho time tho last re
onforcemonts wero ordered. With
10.000 now coming the number
will bo 217,500 mon. Adding
25,000 mon which, it is said, will
bo sout ovor in November, tho
numbor will bo swelled to 242,000.
Tho Spanish soldiers who have
rtifd from sickness or who have
beon shot and disabled number
over (50,000. Tnis estimate of
losses is based upon information
received from all parts of tho isl
and, aud is ' considered by consor-'
vative men hero loss than tho
actual loss that Spain has sus
tained in mon. After deducting
the losses sustained by the
Spanish troops thoro -will be hero
in Nbvombor 157,500, and if tho
25,000 men are sent in November
there will bo 182,500. But from
this numbor must bo deducted
Iorfos during tho month of
October. That is tho worst month
for yellow fovor in the whole sea
son, orm:tt i, ims.
The London Times expresses
the belief that .Russia and Japan
have agreed to a joint protectorate
in Uorea, Russia virtually taking
the position there that China hold
Jiefore the war.
A dispatch fiom Manila, Philip-'
pine islands, says Governor-General
Blanco ln decreed tho con
fiscation of the property of tho
inpuigouts in th so islands.
Quoon Victoria has telegraphed
hor congratulations to Sir Herbert
Kitchener on tho cupturo of Dou
gola. Tho latest roport is that
Wad Bishara, whose wound is not
mortal, has roocoupird Dongola.
In tho Canadian Housoof Com
mons Sir Charles Tupper made an
attack upon tho Governor General
for not accepting his advice re
garding appointments and other
public business, and in this WHy
compelling him and his colleag
uos to rosign. Tho speaker called
Sir Charles to order for accusing
the Governor-General of partisan;
A HIAU TWISKMA
Editoh Evening Bulletin:
Mr. Coyne, manager of tho First
Begimont Baseball Club, evident
ly has tho idea that the cup won
by tho champion Stars ought to
bo in his possession. Ho furthor
assumes that his team is so very
much superior to all othor clubs
hore, champion Stars included,
that ho feels justified in publish
ing a challenge to tho Stars; ad
ding, too, that ho will givo them
tho privilege of gottiug any out
Bido assistance necessary, barriug
of courso members of his' nine.
Ho oven goes so far as to assort
that, for the good of baseball and
tho sport of tho game, , tho two
teams would bo moro equal if tho
Stars are allowed to pick whom
(what outsido assistance) they
Tho Stars by fair aud honest
effort won tho championship of
the 1896 season and have always
been pleased to acknowledge the
defeat thoy received from Mr.
Coyne's team; but not to make
excuses for it. It would have mado
a very flat season indoul if tho
Stars had not allowed at least one
club, oven if it were the "First
Kogiment," to got ono or two
games. Let Mr. Coyno send in a
challenge to tho Stars manage
ment without any of tho accom-
anying braggadocio and the
tare, without any outside assis
tance, will not bo found wautiug.
D. Howard Hitchcock has re
turned from his vacation on Ha
waii and has reopened his classes
in Drawing and Painting. Private
pupils given instruction in special
lines. Class Days: Tuesdays and
Thursdays. Studio, 115 Hotel
There will bo a meeting of those
interested in tho now bicycle
track, at tho Hawaiian Hotel to
morrow eveniug at 7:30.
October 3, 1890.
BENEFIT TENDERED TO
By Co. "B," N. G. H.
All New Scenery !
A Fine Cast !
New Music !
Tickets, - $1,00
At Hobron Drug Co.
PEItS. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Puunui Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by 100 feet
Ou the Instalment Plan nnd 10 Percent
Discount for Gtuh.
g&- Apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
September 21, 1800. . 412-tf
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 imporfed -
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 $6$.
You may need a handy Ian
tern for the barn. We have
them with glass oil containers
instead of tin. They aremuch
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' Banlc,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
Hint wo are prepared at
all times to do your Copper
Plato Engraving p.ud Printing
on Cauls, Wedding and Society
Also, Fino Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies and
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plate $1 50
l H. F. Wichraan,
"Don't you need a watch?
Ono that you can depend
upon. The kind wo sell.
Wo nre selling Wnlthatns
in n dust proof case for
nnd fully warrant theui in
Wo sell other makes,
soma ns low as $5.00,'
others ns high as 200.00.
Our stock is so largo, we
would tako pleasure in
helping you to a watch at
so low a price your-pockct
would not feel the lift.
No pio plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
Light and Serviceable.
Oastle &d Cooke
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the best shoemakers 111 tho world and pick what best suits our
trade and wo don't know of anything too good for the people
of this town.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go,,
Bier Shoe Store.
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If you r.ro thinking of gottiug a
BicYOLi:, now is tho time to get
ono'wliilo they last. This offer of
Ramiiluhs at S75.00 is not a cut in
price, bo don't wait oxpocting to
see tho price come any lower. Wo
aro ottering 1895 wheels at this
prico and thero are but a few loft.
'this whool is fitted with the
Groat Gr. & J. Tire
which has proven so satisfactory
in this land of the
Wo also have a stock of the 189G
wheels both ladies and gents which
wo are oll'oring at a low figure and
ou easy terms. Come in and havo
a look at our wheels and Batisfy
yourself that we aro in the Bicycle
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimes yon might savo
hnd you n wheel. A lido to Wai
kiki is not only a pleasure but a
sure saving of health and strength.
You will find now vigor by thouso
of mnBoles never before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST kW DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hail & Son
Cation, Nikll & Co., j : : : i rroprlotoro.
John Kiell, : : : : : i : Superintendent.
General Repair Shop!
JOBBING A SPECIALTY
Queen stroot, between Alakea
and ltlcliftuls streets.
and our knowledge of the
shoo mnkcrsand their pro
ducts gives us the power
to buy the best that's
made, with ready cashin
hand wo can and do jto to
CSIO Port Ptvft.
Tho flies bother tho bald
headed man, likewise tho man
who has plonty oflmir. They
are annoyance at table and in
tho house generally. Wo havo
a killer that does its work with
Neatness and Dispatch. A
Combination Tliermon and
Barom is a handy thing to
havo about tho house next to
a clock thero is nothing like
it, and we sell thorn in polished
oak frames for $1 each.
Wo have a Lemonade Shak
er, mado in Temperar-cevillo,
Long Island, that is tho most
convenient article of tho kind
ever offered for sale. By its
uso it is impossible for tho
seeds to got into tho glass and
a little air pipo prevents explo
sion from an accumulation of
gasses. What do you think
A Nickle-Plated Crumb
Tray and Scraper, neat design
for 75 cents. You never saw
anything in your lifo so much
like silver that was not silver.
There's no necessity now for
your bird to bo in an old cago.
Wo sell thorn mado of solid
brass for 75 cents each, regu
lar price $2.
Von Holt Building.
HAS TAKEN TIIE
Photograph : Gallery,'
Opposite) Lovo's Bnkory on
N U u an 11 -:- Street,
WL010 he will ontor immediately Into the
work of Trtkliig I'iotures. Mr. Bevoriu lina
hail ytura of ex erionce at tuis biaucuancj
hua uIwiijh met with success In It.
NOTARY PUBLIC aM TYPEWRITER
Officki 203 Morchant street, Campbell
Block roar of J. O. Carter's offlool. P. O.
Box 330. '
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