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EVENING 15ULLET1N, OCTOBER l(i, 18i)G.
WMaIMtJHlrfMMWW MM iti
5 Eueijir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
FRIDAY, OCT. 1G, 1896.
Mntliune Albnui, tho celebrated
Eren'h Canadinn cnntatrico, 1ms
been ongngcd for a Canndian
Australian tour. Sho will pass
through Honolulu early iu tho
coming year, and arrangements
might bo mado for hor appearance
at tho Uawaiiau Opera House.
Mxrinmo Albaai is on terms of
porsoual friendship with Queen
Victoria, and is described as "tho
first singer in tho hearts of tho
British public." Tho program of
tho Albani company embraces tho
third and fifth acts of Gounod's
"Faust," with sceuory and cos
lu:no. A striking instance of tho Sui
ting duplicity is afforded in tho
fHiitences of those connoctod with
tho Constantiuoplo riots. Tho ex
traordinary tribunal convicted
eoVcral Mussulmans for tho inur
dor of Aimenians, and sontoncod
them to 15 years' imprisoumout.
At tho same time, however, a long
list of Armenians suspected of
b-ing implicated in tho outbreak
wore condemned to death.
Our morning contemporary
ir-eds a surgical operation to ou
nblo it to comprehond a joke. Its
comment upon the Bulletin's re
fertMico to the damage by tho hur
ricane to tho White House is truly
Princess Kaiulani is twonly
ono years of age today. Tho Bul
letin wishes her a long and hap
py life, filled with tho best in
fluensos upon tho people of her
"Who that scans tho vorses else
wheio printed, each series of
which employs but a single vowol,
can deny that English is a mar
It looks us if tho Sultan was go
ing to bo given rank among tho
.uiM.io.Nx roit APir.tticA.
Continued from 1st Page.
orders fiom Europe In tho eager
(oiling that ensued the price re
ceded by fivo uigliths.
Tho Now York Evening Post's
London financial cablegram says:
"Tho fall in American exchange
and liquidation in mines have de
moralized tho markots, which wore
flat today. Tho fall in exchange
produced n fall in Conbols to 109
fi 8 on fears of a renewal of gold
exports. Tho fall iu mines was
fco i lipid and seri'His as to suggest
trouble at the next settlement un
less a lecovory takes place. There
was heavy selling of mines in
London by French brokers. Gold
is in strong demand iu Russia.
Tho Paris Bourse was closed.
Tho Berlin market was weak."
OltE ritOM AUSTlt U.IA.
Another innovation in Pugot
Sound bhippiug, which is of ma
terial importance to tho mining
interests of the Northwest was
commenced this week, soys a
Seattle paper. The Italian bar
rjuo Lazzaro, Capt. Boveuto, 114
uays out from Poit Pirie, South
Australia, has arrived at Soattlo
londed with ore from tho Broken
Hill mines. New South Wales,
and bound to Everett, where it !
will no discharged at tho smolter.
A 8icoud cargo has been ongagod
and is buiim loaded. If the
venture is piofitablo a regular
lino ot Bulling vessels will bo
established between tho Broken
Hill mines and Everett. The
distance is about 8000 miles,
which boenis to bo a long haul
from the mines to tho smelter.
Tho I nig Courtney Ford, from
Alaska, has arrived at Everett
with cargo of good ore.
TIIL' CZAIl AT 11ALMOIIAL.
London, Sept. 20. The visit of I
tho czar to tho British isles has
revived a romantic story which j
was first published in England
and which has boon periodically '
revived Binco. Tho old story
alleges that tho czar Paul, while
ouco visiting England, becamo
enamored of a beautiful Scotch
womuu whom ho mot and whoso
fnmily name was McGregor. Tho
czar, it is said, took tho beautiful
Scotch woman back to Russia
with him, where sho gavo birth to
a son who becamo, in time, tho
Czar Nicholas I., great grand
father of tho present czar.
Tilt: nioNhY tiUhvrio.v.
PruT. Seiilt Lecture llcfnrn tlio Y. 71.
C. A. Ncitale.
Thoro was a pretty good-sized
audience at tho oponing mooting
of tho Y. M. 0. A. Senate last
night. Among those present woro
Cliiof Justico Judd, Revs. S. E.
Bishop, D. 1)., and J. M. Monroe,
Dr. A. B. Lyons, Dr. N. B. Emer
son, Messrs. Tracy, Dumas, C. M.
White, J. S. Martin and a few
Prof. M. M. Scott, principal of
the High School, delivered an ad
. dress by way of inaugurating tho
i dobatcs of tho Souato. His sub-
joct was "Money," with incidental
reference to tho silver coutroveisy
in tho United States, aud ho spoko
i for fifty minutes. With great
lucidity and in easy but emphatic
i conversational stylo tho lecturer
I roviowod tho history of the bime
I tallist and mouomotallist di (Ter
ences dating back to 1810. "While
ho intimated that if were in tho
United Slates today he should vote
I against tho unlimited coinngo of
silver, yet tho tone of his com
I ments upon the facts of the case
was that of doploiiug tho loss to
the world fiom tho debarring, by
the lending commercial nations,
of silver from its legitimate office
i as a medium of exchange except
ing ns subsidiary coinage. Among
other interesting facts brought
out were hat of tho premiums on
Mexican dollars when tho double
standard prevailed, and of tho
tinio when gold was below tho es
tablished ratio with silver, and
Holland in consequence adopted
silver as tho standard.
Chiof Justice Judd, on fivo-
minuto speochos being called for
after tho lecture, remarked that if
tho lecturer had advocated un
limited silver coinngo he should
have been willing to reply to him.
Depositors in savings banks aud
beneficiaries of life insurance
companies would suffer by free
coinage, which would only benefit
dishonest debtors who could then
liquidate their obligations in
dollars worth but fifty conts.
Mr. Dumas asked if some of tho
Inrgo creditors had not mado
their contracts when gold was un
duly inflated in value, and thus
by exacting payments now in
gold wore imposing unjust bur
dens upon tho debtor class.
AValter E. Leo descanted warm
ly npou tho ovils tho silver stand
ard had brought upon Peru, and
concluded that such oxamples
followed by the United States
would be disastrous and suicidal.
Dr. Lyons thought tho timo
would como when neither gold
nor silver would be tho standard
of value. Both metals had nn in
trinsic value that being liable to
fluctuations constantly tonded to
disturbance of tho equilibrium
that ought to bo durable in tho
medium of oxohnuge. Ho sug
gested that n neutral medium of
exchange should be adoptod,which
could bo created by solecting
specific commodities and award,
ing them normal values, to the
extent, say, of what $700 in cold
aud S300 in silver would buy.
From this thousand dollars of
nggregato values declaro a unit for
tho standard, aud ignore entirely
tho intrinsic value of mediums of
Prof. Scott in his opening re
marks had Baid that a man hnviug
some sugar in Hawaii could got
for it a bit of paper that would
curry him to theeuds of tho earth.
This ho regarded as ono of tho
most marvoiouB things in tho uni
versal commercial devolopmentflf
the nineteenth century. Ho now
said that it had been in hia mind
to take up tho idea presented by
Dr Lyons but want of timo pre
vented. His views corresponded
with those of Dr. Lyons, and ho
thought tho time would como
when tho presout devotion to mf
tallio standards would bo ridiculed.
President Towso, in declaring
the mootiug adjourned, intimated
that tho Seuato would meet week
ly in tho Association parlors, and
invited young men generally to
attend and participate in its dis
cussions. The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Hut Stun In 'llirlr AildrrHH lo Irish
moil Eterj wlicrr.
Tho London correspondence of
tho Sydney Telegraph contains
Mr. Gerald Bnlfour's belief that
tho moro rampant anti-English
feeling in Ireland was moribund
must havo hud a shock whon ho
received the address '"To Irish Na
tionalists throughout tho World,"
issued in viow of tho approaching
convention, in whioh occurs tho
"You know us well as wo that
in tho immonso imposture called
tho Engluh Constitution theio is
no pluco for tho restitution of
nutionnl right, aud that you might
as well play a concortiim to n tiger
as prato of liberty and justice to
tho pirato custo which from Wtst
minster and Whitohall suck tho
j blood and gnaw tho marrow of four
I hundred millions of enslaved
! Wo mo further told that "the
most absurd ana servile mco in
Europo is that English raca which
pharos tho uanio and works tho
bloody will of tho tyrants of tho
world, that lnshmon may as
well extol ''CouKlitutionnl chol-ra"
as constitutional agitation, and
that "the groat betrayal has boon
followed by tho giout coivanlico
and tho gn-ut corruption. What
can oxpross, who can describe,
thoprosont dcgmdntion of tho le
nt gados? Pitiful John Dillon, tho
stilted pencock of judicial dnuv-ing-ioomF,
ridiculous and eo!eai-,
promenades tho melancholy hum
bug of his puppet lmdorship bo
foro tho contempt of Loudon and
Other members of the Iiish
party are spokon of us "roptiles"
who "sprawl in tho smoking rooms
of London Liberal clubs," and
Aro Vu ii TJrvd
All the time? This condition In a sure In
dication tliat ji ur blood U not rich and
nourishing iw It ouijlil to bound us It may
be If ou will lake a lew bottles of the meat
blood purlflcr. Hood's Sarsapnrllla. Tliou
sands writo that Hood's oareaparllla has
cured them ol that I Ircd feeling by giving;
them rkli, red bloud.
Hoou's 1'h.ls net easily and promptly on
the liver and bowels. Cure sick headache.
It has been estimated that the
total number of persons nttonding
Sunday -Bchools throughout the
world cannot bo less than 18,000,
000, with about 2,000,000 teachers.
that wo aro piepared at
all times to do your Copper
Plato Engraving and Printing
jH on Caids, Woddiug and Society
I Stationery; Announcements,
j Also, Pino Monogram Em-
j bossing, Address Dies nnd
j Stamping in colors or plain.
Rj Cards from your plato $1.50
g por hundred.
j H. F. Wichman,
X FORT STREET.
Don'fcyou need a watch?
Ono that you can depend
upon. The kind wo soil.
Wo aro soiling Wnlthains
in a dust proof case tor
and fully warrant them in
Wo soil other makes,
some ns low as $5.00.
others as 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 pocket
would not feel tho lift.
No pio plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
H. P. Wichman
BICYCLE TRADE IN
It is a mistake to suppose
for a moment that the Hawaii
an Hardware Company is go
ing out of the business of
selling bicycles. Not' much.
We know a good thing when
we have it and our bicycle
trade has been and is now a
good thing. We have no doubt
some of our competitors would
like to see us let go of The
Tribune agency, for instance,
but we don't intend to do it.
The Tribune is the best all
round wheel in tlie market and
we are selling them right along.
They are good serviceable
wheels and don't cost their
owners $10 a month for re
pairs, like some wheels we
Now that Marshal Brown
and his myrmidons are on the
warpath against wheelmen and
have declared in no uncertain
tone of voice that they must
carry a light at night, it be
hooves all of them to get the
best light they can for the
least money. We have a large
stock on hand at prices to suit
the times say from $1.0 to
4.0. It is cheaper to buy
one of the highest priced lamps
than to be hauled up in the
Police Court and fined, besides
the loss of time incurred and
the wear and tear of your
While we are not going out
of the bicycle business by any
means, we have a small con
signment of bicycle shoes
which were sent us with a lot
of other bicycle material. We
want to close these out and
do it quick, as we are not in
the shoe business. Come and
take a look at them, and if
there is a pair in the house '
you want you can take them
along with you for a very
We have a few of the well
known "Zimmy" Wheels left.
We want to close these out too,
so as to devote our whole
attention to the Tribune agency.
If you want a wheel cheap for
cash now is your chance.
Money talks on these wheels.
Show us the cash and it will
be our fault if we don't make
you happy with one of them.
We still carry the usual line
of extras for the Tribune and
other wheels we handle, and
shall continue to do so.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite SpreckelB' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
no mnttor what its prico. There nro good low-priced shoes
nnd poor high priced ones. Thoro nro swindles in overy
grade. Thoro is no protection in price though a great mnny
pooplo seem to think that by paying dearly thoy are sure to
got a good shoe. Your only protection lies with nnd in your
denlor. He should havo tho experionco nnd ability to know
tho shoes' ho buys and soils. Wo guarantee evory pair of
shoes you buy hero to bo worth every cent you pay.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go,,
2" Distributors of Footwear "sa
s-v tv xyv
If you nro thinking of getting a
Bicvclk, now is tho timo to got
one while they last. This offer of
Eajidleiis at $75.00 is not n cut in
prico, so don't wait expecting to
see tho prico como any lower. Wo
nro offering 1895 wheels at this
price and there aro but a few left.
This whool is fitted with tho
Cient GJ-. fc .J, Tire
which has proven so satisfactory
in this laud of tho
Wo also havo a stock of thol89G
wheels both ladies nnd rrenb; wliu-li
wo nro oll'eriug at a low figure and
on easy terms. Uomo in nnu havo
a look at our wheels and satisfv
yourself that wo aro ih tho Bicycle
A xi Investment
Stop and think how many Nick
le8 and Dimes you might save
had you a wheel. A rido to Wui-
kiki is not only n pleasure but a
sure saving of health and strength.
You will fiud new vigor by thouso
of muscles uevor boforo brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Take an Outing
MT.,4 WJ'-.v , :,
Trains will leavo at 9:15 a. m,
and 1:45 P. M., arriving in Mono,
lulu at 3:11 ond 5:55 p. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl Oity $ 75 if 50
EwaPlnutution... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 1 25
- r ill ir
IS t Smw .t Iff
Should Be Hood
Keoping constantly at it, in
bringing fr?sh good's out to
tho sunlight, is what draws
the crowds of buyers to our
store. We always havo some
thing new and serviceable to
show them and they general
Wo have another supply
of the celebrated Premier e"f
cup, in which eggs nro cookeS
and served at table. The
annoyanco of scorched finders
in oponing eggs is avoidcd,tho
annoyanco of getting aged arid
decrepit eggs in your "glass is
reduced to nil.
Gentlemen dislike trousers
baggy at the knee as much
as a lady abhors a last year's
hat. Tho way to avoid hav
ing baggy trousers is to use
a trouser stretcher ha g up
the articles in tho stretcher
at night and they aro perfect
in the morning.
Any old thing -will kill
roaches but tho best article is
tho pntent roacb trap wo sell.
You've been waiting for theml
Anothor convenient article
is tho combination kitchen
fork, on the end of which is
a hook for removing the pot
lids, twenty cents takes one.
We have cups and saucers
at a dollar a dozen wo have
genuine English 'decorated
Coalport ware, cups and sau
cers, for after dinner coffee,
tea or chocolate, from 75
conts to $5.80 each. These
Tho Silvor white flame oil
range is a marvel and it sells
for $7. Wo would like you
to examine this.
Von Holt Building.
A. W. SEABURY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Next to the Woman's Exohnngo.
.iEW? I11!'8' tLW" 1 promptly
attended to. Telephone 659; i.'. O. Box 430.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
TypEwitiTEit, Copyist, Tiiansla-
toh (English and Hawaiian)
Pff" OfflcowlhW.B. OABTLE. -123.H
NOTARY PUBLIC ailfl TYPEWRITER
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