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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 7, 18.'
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Postal Savings Bank Notice.
Notice I hereby given that from and alter
January ), 1807, tho rato of Interest allowed
on l'oitiil. Savings Bank accounts will be
four and one halt (4tf) per cent per annum.
JOS. M. OAT,
425 "t. Postmaster Oeneral.
L. K. McGREW h hereby empowered to
Administer oaths for Customs purposes.
F. B. McSTOOKEIl,
Deputy Collcetor-Qonornl of Customs.
5h Evei?ir;$ Bulletin,
DANIEL, LOGAN. Editor.
WEDNESDAY, OOT. 7, 1896.
Stockholders of tho Pioneer
Building and Loan Association
receive nil the benefits of a eav
inas bntik, while their money
earns from ton to fourteen per
cent compared with tho Postal
Snvingd Bank's four and a half
I.A'riAT roiiiiiox NKWS.
Continued from 1st Page.
coolncsB to his British enter
tainers is made by tho London
Lawlessness has broken out iu
Sovoral towuB in Mexico wore
destroyed by a hurricane. Some
of thorn wore wiped out of exist
ence. Many people wore buried
under collapsed fabrics and at
Elota ninotoen were drowned.
Inhabitants who escaped are with
out food, sheter and clothing.
Frederick Bartlett of Chicago
has seourcd a concession charter
for a standard gaugo road to run
from some point in tho State of
Chihuahua on tlio Mexican tJou
tral Bail way westward to a point
on tho Sonora road, with brauchoB
running north into ono of the
richest mineral regions on the
globe, southwurd along tho Pacific
coast. Tho subvention of the
main lino amounts to 813,000 per
Government engineers pro
nounce tho gold mines of Peru to
bo of great value.
Ecuador forces repulsed with
great loss an invasion from tho
A serious outbreak of bubonic
plague hiiB occurred at Bombay,
800 victims having already perish
ed. Tho bacillus of tho disoaso is
iudontical with that which Pro
fessor Kitsnto, tho distinguished
Japaueso physician, discovered
dnrinc tho Hongkong visitation
Demotrius CallaisBey, husbaud
of the widow of tho late P.T. Bar
uum, died at tho Hotel Bristol,
Constantinople, on September 21.
H. B. M. S. Wild Swan is ashore
Eoniowhoro along tho Central
coast. Tho Comus has been ord
ered Bouth to assist her, and was
to leave Esquimalt on October 1
Tho Western division of tho
Canadian Pacific ia completely
tied up except the main line mail
trains, by tho oporators' strike.
All operators at local points are
out. It is Baid tho cause df tho
strike was an effort of the com
pany to force the operators to
withdraw from the ltailway Telo
. graphors Association of America.
A Salisbury, Matabololand, dis
patch of Sept 29 says: There has
been serious fighting on tho Ma
zoo river in the last tliron days. In
one eugugomont a British forco
was liomned in for ton hours by a
Btrong force of insurgents.
It is announced ntSt.Petorsburg
that the Bussiau commercial fleet
trading with China, Japan and
Corea will shortly be increased by
five largo steamers.
Tho newly established Diot of
the Central Amoriuau Union is in
'cession and has addressed a letter
to all friendly nations.
THK nONQOLA EXPEDITION.
A Dongola dispatch of Septem
ber 23 sayB:
Tho Anglo-Egyptian forces are
in full possession of Dongola and
the Soudan expedition proper has
beon brought to a successful close.
The oaBO with which tho result
lias been achieved is astonishing,
though unquestionably it is duo
to tho thoroughness of tho pre
parations for a protracted cam
faign, which wasono of tho livo
iost of possibilities.
An editorial in tho London
Times, commoutiuc upon tho
I heavy porcentago of sickness and
' death in tho Egyptian expedition,
bbvb it is duo to tho necessity of
rigid economy arising from France
refusing to sanction tho tiso of
DIED TO SAVE C0MUADE8.
Seven men from tho British
cutter Satellite lost their lives tho
night of September i whou tho
coast near Oonalaska was swept
by n fierce hurricane. Tho disas
ter took placo in land - locked
Dutch harbor, not far from Oona
laska. Lieutenant Hoy man was
one of tho seven. Ho had jjono
out in tho storm with sovon sailors
in it big boat, to search for two
Bailors who wero out fishing. Tho
boat was swamped and only one
sailor reached tho Bhoro. In tho
moantimo the two men fishing had
managed to reach the ahoro in
TIIK CIIHI.I, iUUIC.
ANOTHElt THOUbAND 8LAIN GOOD
INFLUENCE OF FIIANOE.
A Berlin dispatch to tho Daily
News quotes a Constantinople dis
patch to tho Frankfurter Zeitung,
which says tho Governor of Khar
put telegraphs that a thousand
Armenians wero clubbed to death
I at Nikde on Sunday. This dis
patch also sayB tho aultan has
given .150,000 to indemnify tho
foreigners injured iu tho mass
acros. A dispatch to tho Post from
Constantinople says tho Turkish
marines aided tho rabble to loot
tho Armenian houses iu Galatea
Tho Daily New' Constantinople
correspondent, on Sontombor 29,
! says that patrols are parading tho
city in unusual numbers and that
tho police have beon notified
that an outbreak will occur to-
I A Bomi-oflicial nolo issued iu
1 Paris says tho Embassies at Con-
stautinople aro unanimotiB ro-
garding the representations mado
I to tho Sultan by M. Canibon, tho
French Embassador, as having
exercised a mostetTectivoinfiuenco
upon tho Turkish Government
and boiug destined shortly to de
prive the Eastern question of its
There nro COO Armenians in
Marseilles, France, who have es
caped from massacre and aro sub
sisting on public and private cha
rity. They wero buoyed up by
the hope of being assisted to rf-ach
the Uuitpd States, but three weeks
liayo olapsed without anything
being done. A correspondent
Bays the condition of affairs seoms
to 'bo a disgraco to Europe and to
the Armenian associations goner
ally throughout tho world.
Tho United States law on tho
subject strictly prohibits tho .laud
ing in that country of all persons
likoly to become public charges,
and also of "any person whose
ticket or passago is paid for with
tho monoy of othors to come in."
In reply to Lady Henry Somorsot,
tho American Immigration Bui oiu
Bays that bonds that the refugees
would not become public charges
could not bo accepted except on
strict investigation of each in
Officials of tho Armenian socie
ties in New York do not bolievo
that tho United States will bo any
loss hospitable in receiving immi
grant Armenians than tho coun
tries of Europe which received
them with open arms. Secretary
Booney does not think the refugees
in Marseilles can bo classed as
paupers, and sayB the 15,000
Armenians in tho United States
make it a point to help their un
Villages have been looted and
burned by Moslems in Groto.
Gladstoi)o made a great spoooh
boforo an ouorraous mooting in
Liverpool on September 24. He
spoke for an hour and a quarter
without a sign of collapse or
fatigue, arguing that interference
to prevent Turkish outrages need
not involve England in war.
Two ironclads and two cruisers
have been ordored to join the
French squadron in tho Levant.
Tho Bomo Tribunn says that
tho wholo of Italy's active squa
dron may possibly be dispatched
to tho EiiBt, in addition to tho Hy
ing Bquadron already ordored to
Continued on 5th Page.
MEAT CHOPPERS, BIRD
CAGES AND RAIN
Before Whitelaw Reid be
came Ainister to France he
devoted a good deal of his
time to the conduct of his pa
per, the Tribune. The copy
editors who put up the head
lines of stories of the day fell
into the habit of making most
of them interrogative, as, for
instance, "Was it murder or
suicide?" or "Did she kill him
for love?" or "Will the Presi
dent sign it?" etc.
The whole paper was speck
led with interrogative points.
The thing had been going for
weeks, till one day a postal ar
rived, addressed to Mr. Reid,
and marked personal. It read
"I'm getting awful tired of
your questions. Why don't
you find out something? A
great newspaper is supposed to
know eveiything, and ought
not to annoy its readers with
needless inquiries. This morn
ing you asked: "Will Mr.
Piatt consent?" How the h-1
do I know?
That night an order came
that the Tribune must ask few
In spite of Whitelaw Reid's
experience we are tempted to
ask the people of Hawaii a few
leading questions, just an even
half a dozen of them.
Question 1 Have you seen
the new improved American
Meat and Vegetable Chop
per? If you haven't it will pay
you to call and take a look at it.
It has an automatic rotarymove
ment as well as the up and
down chopping motion. They
are simply and cheap and a
child can operate them.
Question 2 Have you seen
the new Brass Bird Cages
we have just received? They
are beauties and they only cost
from 2. JO to $4. $0' according
Question 3 Have you seen
the Painted Bird Cages we
are offering at 1.25 to $2.00?
Question A Have you seen
the Hartman Steel Wire
Mats we are offering? The
rainy season is coming on and
they are just what you want.
They are cheap, cleanly and
Question 5 Have you seen
the Rain Gauges we have
lately imported? With one of
these little instruments you
can laugh at the Clerk of the
Weather and give him a point
er after every storm.
Question 6 Haveyou seen
the litest thing out? It is a
portable bootblack stand, made
of iron, which can be screwed
to a post anywhere and moved
in any direction. Must be seen
to be appreciated. Complete
with brushes, two kinds of
blacking, etc., only 2.0.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprookols' Bank,
NO 307 FORT STREET.
1 that wo aro prepared at
I nil times to do your Coppor
Plato Eugraving and Printing
on Caids, Wedding and Society
Also, Fino Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies and
Stamping in colors or plaiu.
6 Cards from vour plato $1.50
H. F. Wichman,
Don't you need a watch?
One that you can dopond
upon. Tho kind wo sell.
Wo nro selling Waltharas
in a dust proof case for
and fully warrant them in
Wo sell other makes,
some as low as 5.00,
others as 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 pio plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
H. F. Wickman
. . Quick .Cutting,
Light and Serviceable.
Oastle & Cooke
fll I 111
CI I II
ka 3- m M W
the best shoemakers in the world and pick what best suits our
trade and wo don't know of anything too good for the peoplo
of this town.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Bier Shoe Store. G lO Port Stropt.
r 1;t..r. A-xirtf,!
If you aro thinking of gotting a
Bicycle, now is tho titno to get
ono while they last. This offor of
PiAmdleiis at S75.00 is not acut in
price, bo don't wait expecting to
seo tho prico como any lower. Wo
aro offering 1895 wheels at this
prico and tuoro aro but a few left.
This whool is fitted with the
Great Gr. fc J. Tire
which has proven so satisfactory
in this land of tho
Wo also have a stock of tho 1896
wheels both ladies and gonts which
wo are offering at a low figure and
on eaBy tormB. Como in and have
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that, wo aro in the Bicycle
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimes you might savo
had you a wheel. A ride to Wai
kiki is not only a pleasuro but a
suro saving of health and strongth.
You will fiud now vigor by theuso
of muscles novor boforo brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AKD DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Take an Outing
Trains will leavo at 9:15 A. u.
and 1:45 P. M., arriving in Mono,
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let ClaM 2d Cine!,
Pearl City $ 75 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wnianao 1 50 1 25
and our knowledgo of tho
shoo mnkersand their pro
ducts gives us the power
to buy the best that's
made, with ready cash in
hand we can and do cm fn
Qhsses are Gtaases
and the best can bo obtain
ed only where the dealer makes
a specialty of tho line. Wo
nave more glasses on our sam
ple table than some dealers
have in their entire stock, and
there is not n sample thero
but what hos a stock from
which orders may be filled.
Gceek Star Pattern
that never s ild in Honolulu
for less than $2. 50 per dozen,
may bo had of us f..r a dollar.
They are tumblers fit io grace
any table, and there is nothing
better in quality unless Dor
flinger's cut is selected.
Two Othe? Styias
Engraved, fine quality, clear
flint, not a defect in them; go
to you at the same prico.
These are new goods.
Lemon Squash Glasses
built to hold a long drink,
aro in demand in a warm clim-
1 ate. We haye smull ones too,
J ' only hold a thimble full.
j Sometimes it is all j ou care to
take. Then thero are others
(which hold more, suited to
medicine or something else.
You know tho size and maybe
you know what they aro used
Sherbet or Custard Cup;
may bo had in cut glass for
$4; plain ones for 2. .,
Von Holt Building.
Puunui Tract !
A Lot 50 feet by ioo feet
On the Instalment Flan and 10 Percent
Discount (or Ciuli.
t2& Apply to
JAS. F. MQRGAN,
Or Vf: 0. AOUI, Real Eatato Broker.
September 21, 1890. 412-tf
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office! 203 Merohant Btreot, Campbell
Block rear ot J. O. Carter's office, V. O.
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