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DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
MONDAY, OOT. 20, 1896.
If tlio United States Govornmout
dooidod that tlio Bancroft should
go lo Constantinople as n guard
ship, for tho protection of Amori
cun interest? at tho Turkish
Cttpitul, it would not ho a question
ol that vessel's venturing to
"forco" tho Dardanollos. Tho
Unuoroft is not a formidable
fighting vessol, and, ovon if she
was the most powerful battleship
of the American navy, it would bo
foolhardy iu the oxtromo to put
lior singly to the ordeal of run
ning the gauntlet of heavy bat
teries on oithor sido of tho Golden
Horn. Whore tlio "forcing" pro
cess would consist would bo in
Iho mandate from Washington
that the Bancroft was to proceed
to Constantinople, which, hav
ing tho strougth of tho United
States behind it, Turlcoy would
oppose forcibly at tho peril of
committing an act of war to resist
nn ordinary international right
claimed by one of tho greatest na
tions. All that would bo necessary
to tho commission of this act of
war by Turkey would be tho fir
ing of n shot uorosB tho bows of
Iho Bancroft if that vessel attempt
od to carry out her orders. Perhaps
it would bo enough oven to give
formal notico to tho United States
that the entry of tho Bancroft would
be resisted by force. It is scarce
ly likely, however, that tho affair
will come to such a head. By
the latest intelligence it appears
that tho United States has pro
ceeded iu the matter with great
caution. eo as to avoid tho slight
est appearanco of hor becoming
embroiled in tho politics of Eu
rov. Having mado this question
all right with tho European Pow
ers, as is reported, tlio Amorican
Government will not be long, pro
bably, in bringiug tho Sultan to
rouliss!) that tho United States will
maintain her rights and protect
liar interests even under tho guns
An Ottawa dispatch tolls of a
letter from J. S. Larko, Canadian
Commissioner to Australia, to tho
Department of Trade aud Com
nieioe, in which the writor, refer
ring to tho arrival of tho AVarri
jiuo at Sydnoy, says that tho
direct boats were not able to take
nil tho freight offering, nnd sug
gests the establishment of a lino
of ft eight boats, but admits the
difficulty of securing return car
goes. Australia is becoming a
great customer for both American
and Canadian products. When
tho Mariposa departed from San
Francisco on her present voyage
sho left hundreds of tons of cannot!
goods on tho wharf. Should
freight Bteamers bo put on tho
routes they would probably, for
lack of anything hotter, tako coal
for return cargoes to Honolulu
nnd San Francisco and thereby
cut heavily into the sailing traliic.
Opposition boiug organized
against tho Sugar Trust sounds
high, but it will only maturo for
tho more coniploto domination of
that big monopoly. Tho organ
i7ra of opposition aro simply
playiug big stakes in an old
game. If tiny do not go broke
in tho attempt, tlioy will simply
blood tho Trust for a few millions.
Tho Trust will then levy tho
blood money off tho public to re
coup itself, perhaps makiug Ha
waiian sugar pay toll for part of
President Cleveland is going to
ko?p tho chnir until March 4,
1897, and by all accounts is not
disposed to lot oither tho United
Statos or the rest of tho world
forget tho fact. Botwoon tho
Oubun, tho Turkish and tlioVouo
zuolan questions, ho has material
enough to mako tho last fow
months of his administration one
j Of tho most brilliant periods in
tho annals of American diplo
macy. Still nuothor steam lino between
the Pacific Coast and Australia is
in prospect, in connection with a
big lumbor Bohomo over tho heads
of middlemen. Honolulu is of
courso in tho projoct and included
in tho itinerary of tho advance
MI.N.NION C1IIMIU:N.S MH'IIVTY.
InlcreMliii; flutliFrliis; nt tlio Old
t'nokp lUUoloii llniixo.
Moro than one hundred pcoplo
assembled at tlio old Cooko resi
donee at Knwaiahao on Saturday
evening, tho public having boon
invited by Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
Cooko to attend the monthly meet
ing of.tho MissionOhildron's Socio
Society. ThiB,as is wollknowu local
ly, is nn organization of descend
ants of tho American missionaries
to Hawaii. Ainoup thoso present,
with wives nnd children iu many
President Dolo, Hon. S. M. Da
mon, liovs, Bingham. Dr. Bishop,
Gulick, Birnio, and P. W. Damon,
Prof. W. D. Alexander, Messrs. 0.
M. Cooko, A. F. Cooke, J. B.
Athorton, W. P. Castle, W. W.
Hall, Chief Justice Judd, Dr. 11.
AY. Aud rows nud Dr. Emers-u,
W. J. Forbes, Ohamborlain, Dick
oy, etc. Captain Applet n of
Massachusetts and si'vernl travel
ing missionaries wero among tho
Bev. O. II. Gulick presided and,
after tlio singing ot "Blest bo tho
tie that binds," as an opening
hymu, offered prayer. Tho report
of the board of managers was
adopted. It named as tho com
mittee to conduct the Mailo
Wreath papor for the ensuing four
months: Bev. 8. E. Bishop, D.
D., chairman; Eov. O. P. Emor
son, Mrs. J. M. Whitney and Miss
Brocko of Knwninhno Seminary.
Tho collection nmouuted to $27.15.
Mrs. Montague Turner, a mom
her of tho Cooko family who was
born in tho building, sang "Homo
sweet homo," aud tho society Ming
"Oft in tho stilly night," taking
tlio key notes from tho aucieut
family piano manipulated by Miss
Bev. Hiram Bingham, D. D.,
the vonerablo translator of tho
Bible into tho Gilbert Island
tongue, gnvo tho principal address
of tho evoninc. He told tho storv
of tho old liouso, framed in Bos
ton nnd shipped round the Horn.
Its erection was tho occasion of
superstitious fears to tho natives
whioh in timo became allayed.
For many years it waB tho joint
homo of the Honolulu mission
aries. Among many born iu tho
house wore sovoral Binghams,
.ludds, Chamberlains, Cookes,
Halls and others. Au Armstrong
and a Bingham wero born the
same day. Dr. Bingham gave
other reminiscences of the dwell
ing, nud oxhiliitod n wooden doll
his father made for him, as a
relief to his lonesomeuosB, the
children of the mibsion not being
allowed to play with tho native
children. A friend in tho States
sent him a box of tools, most of
whioh were presented, at tho in
stnuce of his father, to Liholiho
Dr. Bishop, tho Chief Justice,
Messrs. Hall, Gulick, tho Cooke
brothers, W. It. Oastlo and Miss
Chamberlain all contributed re
collections, both amusing nud so
rious, to tho reminiscent feast.
"Hiked GerrittJudd but had
frequent quarrols with him," was
one of Dr. Bishop's romarks.
"Mrs. Judd was always kind and
ltoferenco was made to tho gar
ret whore tho youugstors used to
Boe lots of idols aud other heathen
Mrs. L. B. Coau read a letter
from her mother, Mrs. Bingham,
referring to the life at the old
"Tho old house at homo" nnd
Heber's missionary hymn wero
Biiug and the exercisos thus
Mombors and visitors woro
shown through tho quaint old
house. Part of tho basement be
ing of coral masonry is still in
good condition, but tho rust of tho
liouso is advanced in decny. Be
sides the old piano there was on
view a sowing machino of nu oarly
if not tho earliest pattern, and tho
wall paper of tho "loud" designs
once in vogue was highly relish
ing to tho Bight. Mr. A. F. Cooko
showed a family group photo
graph, iu which ho is 1' enfant
EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 20, 1896.
I ay Io5
STUBBLE DIGGERS, SHAV
ERS AND CANE CUL
TIVATORS. We want to call attention
for a few days to three ma
chines suitable for sugar land
First Avery's "MALLON"
Stubble Digger, the peer of
all sugar land implements. The
superiority of this machine
over all similar ones is evi
denced by the fact that until
(his season the manufacturers
have been unable to supply
the demand for them. Their
features of absolute merit are
(a) Metal wheels with re
(b) Solid steel teeth.
(c) Great strength with
lightness of draft.
(d) Improved flanges with
Avery's "AlALLON" IMPROV
ED Stubble Shaver. This
has lately been greatly im
proved and now runs on four
wheels in the furrow. The
knives can be raised or lower
ed with ease,' with one lever,
without stopping the team.
Can be regulated to shave at
any deptn. 1 ne knives are
protected by shields, so that it
is impossible for the mules to
be cut by them. There is no
weight on the mule's necks.
This Shaver can be turned as
short as a cart and is light
draft for two mules.
Third Avery's Improved
"Mallon" Cane Cultiva
tor. This implement is used
in the culture of both corn and
cane from the first dirting of
the crop, through the entire
cultivating and "laying by"
season. Is simple in con
struction, strong, durable, light
draft, easily operated and
understood. It has the re
volving sectional discs, which
work on each side of the row,
thoroughly cutting and pul
verizing the soil. The desired
quantity of dirt thrown to the
plant is regulated by changing
the angle of discs on the drag
bar. The operator can pass
rapidly over the crop without
the trouble heretofore ex
perienced by moist earth stick
ing to the discs, cleaners being
attached to the axle, which
effectually prevents the discs
These three valuable planta
tion implements are now in
use at the Pepeekeo, Onomea
and Wainaku plantations and
we shall be pleased to show
testimonial letters from the
managers as to their respective
To intending purchasers we
would say that the pi ices of
these machines have been ma
terially reduced this season.
We keep them in stock.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreokols' Bank,
NO. 307 TORT STREET.
that wo aro prepared at
all times to do your Coppor
Plato Engraving and Printing
on Caids, Wedding and Socioty
Also, Fine Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies and
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plate $1.50
H. F. Wichman,
Don't you nouda watch?
Otic that you can depend
upon. The kind wo soil.
Wo arc soiling Walthams
in a dust proof case for
and fully warrant them in
Wo sell other makes,
some as low as 5.00,
others as high as 200.00.
Our stock is so large, wo
would tuko pleasure in
helping you to a watch nt
so low a price j'our pocket
would not feel the lift.
No pie plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
a TIT T71 "VTrT"-! r"Y tv o -vi
illllfl I 11.11 lb
To bo given lu Complimout to nud for tho
Bonolit of tho
New Hawaiian , .
. ' . Opera House
Upon tho Opening Evening,
TUESDAY, Nov. 3d,
Will bo presented tho Grand Opera of
IJy AninteiiM, under tho direction of Ha
waii'n I'rinm Douun,
fl$ p$ iplTJflDE.
On tho following TnunSTUY EVENING
will bo prtwntctl Iho Delightful
Under tho directorship of tho Talented
WM. H. LEWERS.
On SATURDAY EVENING, November 7th,
A Grand Concert
Will bo given by tho Best Aniatour
Tulent of this City.
J"T The Orchestra will bo under the direc
tion ot l'rofussor Herder.
PJJ" Tlio receipts ol these performances
hioe been generously donated by the ladlis
and gentlemen taking part In the perform
ances for tliu piuposu of usslstlu In furnish
inu the taj,'C.
ISrllox Plans will be open nt Wall,
Nlctiols & Co 's Btoie, KIiik stieut, on Thurs
day, tlio iSth lust., at ll o'clock a in., when
ceuU can bo secured fur any or all of the per
THE Al ST BAM SHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOll TUB ABOVE TOUT ON
Wednesday, Out. SSili,
AT 4 O'CLOCK V. M.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared to
issno Through Tickets from this City to iiU
points in tho United Statos.
fjTFor further particulars regarding
Fioight or l'assngo, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN &. Co.. L'n.
442 3t General Agents.
A 1' 1 i1 oil l
IIWITIP PnilVltlPal IV IIQU"!
fMmm'wrnm:rmmiYfiveswTWfwj rcj':wjt gtt memmsesm
J0 I I H
PJm yp? IP3 w4-
no mnttor what its prico. Thoro nro good low-priced shoes
and poor high priced ones. Thoro nre swindles in every
grade. Thoro is no protection iu prico though n gront ninny
pooplo seem to think tlmt by paying donrly thoy nre auro lo
ot n good bIioo. Your only protection lies with nnd in your
enlor. Ho should huvo tho oxperionco nnd ability "to know
tho shoos ho buy8 and soils. Wo guarantee ovory pair of
shoes you buy hero to bo worth ovory cout you pay.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
S Distributors of Footwear
If you nro thinking of gotting n
JilOVCLK, now is tho timo to get
one while they Inst. This inTor of
ItAMBiiEHS nt $75.00 is not a cut in
prico, so don't "wait oxpocting to
soo tho prico come nny lower. Wo
aro offering 1895 wheels at this
prico and thoro aro but a fow loft,
'this whool is fitted with tho
Great Gr. fc J. Tire
which haB proven so satisfactory
in this land of tho
Wo also havo a stock of tho 189G
wIiooIb both ladies nnd gonts which
wo aro offering nt n low figure and
on easy terms. Como in and havo
a look at our wheels aud satisfy
yourself that wo nro in tho Bicycle
A n. Investment
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimes you might savo
hml you a wheel. A rido to Wni
kiki is not only n pleasuro but a
suro saving of health and Btrougth.
You will find now vigor by tliouso
of muscles never boioro brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AUD DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Take an Outing
Trains will lenvo at 9:15 a. m,
and 1 :45 r. m., arriving in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 and 5:55 p. M.
2lffAljBw-i5 fc - ltiuCJl?Mi&?Wc4t
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d ClafiB
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 1 25
L"!1 ftaagg? 'feBBMici l
Should Be Good
Some timo ago thoro was
nn item going tlio rounds of
tho press in tho United States
to the elTect tlmt a 'oung lady,
who wns ill, wnnted to 'secure
ono million postage stamps,
to give a physician who had
promised to euro hor on re
ceipt of thorn. Tho girl who
did that was a man, nnd ho
was deluged with stamps;
then ho came to Hawaii and
he is hero yet. While he was
collecting postige stamps, little
Dolly Washburn wns nn an
other lay. She wanted to savo
her poor dear mother nil the
time she could around baking
days, so sho invented an egg
separator, which takes tho
yolk from tlio whites with
tho greatest ease. Tho sepa
ratoi sells for 50 conts and
Dolly has already mnde enough
out of it to employ a good
cook and livo in New York.
Iu this country most ser
vants litrht fires with tlm re
sistance of kerosene. Those
who livo through it get along
all right, but they wasto lots
of oil. We have a contriv
ance whereby oil may bo
saved and all danger of ex
plosion may be averted. The
prico is little.
Mr. Paxton must have been
a man who hum nvmm.l f.im
kitchen a good deal, for ho
has given to tho world a
combination dipper, strainer
and funnel, that is about as
outo as anything ever seen
in tho kitchen. You can
strain soups, milk and other
things or you can huvo a dip
per or a funnel combined,
for a quarter.
Von Holt Building. '
A. W. SEABURY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Next to the Woman's Exclmufio.
Bring in your bills, thoy will bo promptly
attoniled to. Tolcphono 059; h. 0. Box 430.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
TYrEwniTF.it, Copyist, Tuansla-
tou (English nnd Hawaiian)
py Office with W. B. OA8TLE. 425-tf
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Omrati 2(8 Merohnut rtnet, Campbell
Illook rear ot J. O. Carter's office, P. O.
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