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5l?? Evei)ir?$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor
MONDAY, NOV. 2, 1890.
I,ATI.sr I'OKI.NJ.V xi:s,
Conrtuueii from Jut lvje.
twcon llnssin and Gorronny dur
ing the last six yeara that Bib
iniirok was in oflico, ending March,
1890. Tho articlo has produced a
profound sensation in Vionnu.
AN IM1T.UIAL HUMOltlHT.
Paris, Ootobar 22. Grand
Duko Vladimir today rocriviul tho
following dispatch from tho Cznr,
who is at Darmstadt:
cWo aro enjoying woll-pnrni'd
rest under tho hospitable roof of
tho tyrants of He.s&o. NlKI."
A UYeuch newspaper asserts
this telegram throws valuable
light upon tho coudition oE tho
Czar's spirits, and proves that Ins
brain is not haunted by grave
oonsidciations after talking with
Emperor William of (. irmany at
ohinksi: iaw Dons not mw in
London, Oct. 2.'. Tlie Marquis
of Salisbury this morning de
manded the immodhto release of
Sun Ydt Sen, the Ohineso physi
cian, said to bo a J3ritish subject,
who was. according to tho state
ment of his friends, kidnaped
while passing tho Chinese Lega
tion here and held a prisoner in
the legation on the chargo of hav
ing beon engaged in a conspiracy
to overthrow tho Manchu dynasty.
It did not take the Chinese ofli
cials long to soo that they must
yield, and tho impiisoued Chinese
AN AMUKICVN WANTS TO MAlllft AN
A London dispatch of tho 25th
ult. comments on thonbuse heaped
on Loid llosobery, ex Premier, in
connection with his resignation of
tho Liberal leadership, by the
Pall Mall Gazette. That paper is
owned by William Waldorf Astor,
mi American Cnusus who lives in
London. The dispatch says:
'This strange course of tho
American multi - millionaire's
uewspapor has created much com
niont here, and is attributed very
generally, not so much to political
considerations as to causes of a
more intimate and romantic char
acter. The fact is that pooplo
here see in Lord Kosobery a very
dangerous rival to "William Wal
dorf Astor's pretensions to tho
hand of Princess Victoria of
Wales, and regard tho attack of
Iho Pall Mivll Gazette upon tho
Earl as part oE tho contest be
tween tho Astor millions on one
rid- and tho Rothschild millions
on tho other for the heart of the
only unmarried daughter o tho
Tho dispatch relates gossip to
tho effect that Lord Ilosobery's
virtual withdrawal from tho arena
of political lifo is for tho purpose
of pressing his suit at tho exponso
of Mr. Astor. "So long as he
was a political loader, the head of
one f the great national parties,
it was obvious that neither tho
Queen nor tho Prince of Wales
could in any way counteuauco his
mat minuial project. Thoy aro
constitutionally bound to show no
prefoiOiice for any political party.
Tho action of the Marquis of
Lome in standing for Parliamont
has been a source of nooud of an
noyance to his august mother-in-law
and to tho brothers and sis
tors of his royal wifo."
It is fnithor reported that tho
Prince of Wales is enormously
indebted both to tho Rothschilds
and to Mr. Astor. Tho latter is
haid to havo come to the Prince's
res-.'uo vhon tho oxecutors of
Bin on Ilirsch made a demand up
on his royal highness lor the im
mediate return of tho huge hums
loaned to him by tho dead Baron.
On the other hand, for many years
the It jtlischilds permitted the
Prince to draw freely ogainst
them, iiudinu their reward in his
fcucceosful efforts to gain them ad
mission to inner circles of Eng
lish society and tho English great
world. Some years ago, however,
they called a halt and secured
themselvos by takiug out insur
ance policies to an ouormous
amount upon his lifo, fiuiHciout
indeed to cover the entire amount
of his indebtedness, which is as
sorted to bo 8,000,000 or 10,000,
000. Tho dispatch concludes
"While tho masses of tho Eng
lish peoplo distinctly favor tho
suit of Lord llosobery, tho aristo
oracy curiously enough show a
decided preforenco for that of Mr.
Astor. Rosobery's successes on
tho turf appeal to the poople, for
tho Earl has dono much for
English sport, while jealousy is
nt tltn rnnf of flin nriHf rx'rnp.v'rt
piefereuce for Astor. Rather
than Beo ono ot their own unmoor
shariuc tho throuo of their Quoon
us hor consort thoy would prefer
a foroignor. Quoon Victoria's
preferences aro supposod to bo in
favor of Lord Rosebery, whom
she has known sinco early child
hood, and whose mothor, an octo
genarian, but still exceedingly
lively, tho widowed Duchoss of
Cleveland, was hor chief brides
maid more than half n century
VAItlOIJH LAN IKS.
A hitch has occurred in the
Manitoba school settlement.
A CAl'TIVE KX-EINO.
Ex king Prempeh of Ashantee
and thirteen othors aro confined
in a British fortress. It is report
ed that when the British exnedi
tion annoxed Ahhautce a year ago,
a fabulous amount of treasuro
supposed to bo buriod nt the capi
tal could not be found. Tho story
goes that the king had beheaded
tho diggeis who buried tho wealth
so that tho secret should remain
undiscovered. Now the king and
his companions including 6omo
women ato imprisoned, it is alleg
ed, to onfoico tho payment oE a
heavy war indemnity.
missionary hinr r.osr.
Sydney, Octobor 22. Tho mis
sionary ship Dayspring has been
wrecked on a rock north of New
Caledonia island. The captain
uud sovou men oscaped in a boat,
but the romaindor, niuo persons,
who wore on board are supposed
to havo porished. Tho Dayspring
was Bocond oE hor name, owned
by tho Prosb teriaus of Canada
Oltl'.AT KT11E1U' RAILWAY KCIIESri;.
Ross McKonzio, a bank
and railway director Mon
treal, Canada, has organized
a syndicate containing n number
oE American capitalists, with tho
object oE giving Europoan cities
up to date street railway systems.
There's supposed to bo millions
Nows has just been received nt
Gloucester, Mass., of an import
ant decision bythoSupromo Court
of Cannda, which may result in
tho repayment of all liconso foes
paid by American fishormon since
tho abrogation of tho tieaty of
Washington for licenses issued
under the modus vivoudi. These
license fceB amount to over 870,
000 a year. The suit was to define
tho relative rights of the provinces
and tho Dominion, and tho deci
sion was in favor of tho provinces
on every point, excopting that the
Dominion controls tho harbors.
BRITISH WVRSHIPS COMING.
Montreal, Oct. 23. In nddition
to tho torpedo-boat destroyer
Daring, which is about to rein
force tlio British North Amoricu
squadron, it is further announcod
that duriug tho coming winter the
battloship Renown, 11 guns, It,
IfiO tons and 12,000 horso power,
and tho cruiser Flora, ton guns,
41500 tons and 9000 horso-power,
will join tho squadron. Tho regi
ments in garrison at Halifax aro
also to be brought up to thoir full
war strength. Tho measures aro
the causo of much comment.
AFRICANS ATTACK PORTUGUESE.
Mozambique, Oct. 24. Major
Albuquerque, Govomor General,
with 300 Portuguese and 100
native troops, lecoutly went to
Manicaland. While in bivouac
at Magonla ho was attacked by
1000 Mussiarallo'j. Tho Portu
guese mado a gallant defense and
kept tho natives at bay twenty
two hours, but wore filially forced
to retreat, owing to lack nt water.
Two Portuguese wore killed and
twenty three wounded, including
tho Govomor-Genoral. Tho en
emy's loss was heavy.
Till: VI'llAN WAII.
ADVANCE OE MACEO.
Well-informed passengers who
havo just arrived at Key West,
Florida, from Ilavana confirm the
advices by mail that Maceo has
crossed tho trocha nt Artemisa
and joined tho other insurgent
forces in Ilavana province. By
making a feint of attacking Ca-
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' ENAAELED IRON PORTA-!
BLE BATH TUBS
There is a certain highly j
respected citizen of Honolulu i
who has a fondness for rice '
pudding. He has indulged!
this fondness to such an in-'
ordinate degree that he has for
years indulged in a cold rice ,'
pudding upon his return home
from his lodge. When he was j
going to be out more than
usually late he would tell his
good wife and the cold pud
ding was always left on the
sideboard for him. The other
night he was kept out later
than usual at a Aasonic ban
quet, but on returning home,
in the dim light left burning
low, he spied his favorite dish
and ate the contents. The
next morning his wife missed
seven lace collars she had left
in the starch over night, and
she is now threatening to sue !
for limited divorce, not be
cause of the loss of her collars
but because her husband says
that they tasted just like her
best puddings. However, the
husband has made his peace
with his better half and there
.will be no divorce, unlesss it
The way he did it was to
go to the Hawaiian Hardware
Company's store and order
one of their recently imported
Enameled Iron Portable
Bath Tubs sent home. His
good wife was so pleased that
she forgave him on the spot.
These bath tubs must be seen
to be appreciated. They are
the handsomest yet put on the
market and they are not very
expensive. Being raised from
the floor on legs like a stove
no moisture can accumulate
underneath to attract cock-
roaches and beetles. These
tubs are provided with hand
some nickel-plated fittings.
To go with them we have
imported specially some nickel
plated double bath cocks for
hot and cold water with com
bination soap trays. The
beauty of this novelty is that
the hot and cold water runs
out of the same faucet, either
separately or together, and
there is no danger of scalding
your toes as so often happens
in turning on the hot water
Call and see them at
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckola' 13ank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
that wo aro prepared at
all times to do your Coppor
Plato Engraving and Printing
on Cauls, Wedding nud Socioty
Also, Pino Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies and
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plato $1.50
H. F. Wichman,
Don't yon need n wntcli?
Oi(i that you can depend
upon. Tho kind wo sell.
We arc selling Waltlmms
in a dust proof case for
and fully warrant thetu in
Wo sell other makes,
some as low as 5.00,
others as high as 3200.00.
Our stock is so large, we
would take pleasure in
helping you to a watch at
so low a price your pocket
would not fool the lift.
No pio plates sold, ut
most reliabilit' in every
I H. F.Wichman
To bo givon iu Compliment to nuil for the
Benefit of tho
New Hawaiian , .
, . Opera House
Upon tlio Opening Evening,
Saturday, Nov. 7th,
Will bo presented tho Graucl Opera of
By Aiuiitoiin, under tho iliicction of Ha
waii's i'riuia Donna,
H$$ p$ W0flTUE.
On tho followiug TUfcHDW. EVENING,
Nov. lUth, will lio iJiuHontud tho De
lightful l'lay, untitled
Under tho directorship of tho Talented
WM. H. LEWERS.
1 OnTIIimSDAY EVENING, November 12,
A Grand Concert
Will bo given by tho Best Amateur
Talent of this City.
J5y Tlio Orchestra w 111 bo under the dliec
tlnu nt l'rofUour llerjjcr.
I2?"Tliu receipts ol tlieso performances
have liecu onerously donated by the ladles
and Kcntluiicn taking part In the perform
nnces for thu purpose of assisting in furuUh
inK the stage.
H?" Hov Plans w 111 bo open at Wall,
Nh hols A; Co 'sjjtoie, Klni; utrett, on 'Iliun
ihij, tlio l5tb lust., at ill o'clock a m., ulun
cents can bo secured lor nny or all of tho per
MRS. N. H. ZEiVE,
j Successor to Mrs A. M. Mellls, 520 Fort
HAS REOPENED THE
Dress Making Parlors
of N. S. Saohs.
ttSF Wedding Outfits mid
Riding Habits a specialty.
Architect and Superintendent
SS Office: 305 Fort street,
Sprockels' Block, Room 5.
Residence: Hawaiian Hotel.
no mutter wbnt its prico. Thoro nro good low-priced shoos
nud poor high priced ones. Thoro fire swindles in every
gnide. Thoro is no protection iu price though n grout muny
pooplo seem to think that by paying dourly thoy nro sure to "
got n good shoo. Your only protection lies with and in your
denier. Ho should lmvo tho experience nud nbility to know
tho shoos ho buys uud sells. Wo guariiiiteo every pair ot
shoes you buy hero to bo worth every cent you pay.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
E" Distributors of Footwear "3
If you nro thinking of gotting n
Bicycle, now is tho time to got
one while they hist. This oiror of
ItAMiiLEits nt S75.00 is not n cut in
prico, so don't wait expecting to
seo tho prico corao any lower. Wo
nro offering 1895 wheols at this
prico and thoro aro but a few loft.
This whool is fittod with tho
Great G. & .T. Tire
which hns proven so satisfactory
in this laud of tho
Wo also havo n stock of tho 189G
whools both ladies and gents which
wo aro offering at a low figure and
on easy terras. Como in nud havo
a look at our wheols and sntisfy
yourself that we aro in the Bicycle
A n Investment
Stop and think how many Nick
les nnd Dimes you might savo
had you a wheel. A rido to Wni
kiki is not ouly a pleasure but a
suro saving of health nnd strength.
You will find now vigor by thouso
of muscles uovor before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. !!all & Son
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m,
nnd 1 :45 P. M., arriving in Ilonn
lulu nt 3:11 and 5:55 l M.
POUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Clare
Pearl City $ 75 50
EwaPhmtution... 1 00 75
Wftinuao 160 125
Should Be Good
The holidays arc approach
ing at the rato of a day ovory
twenty-four hours; and this is
the month when children fix
thoir attention on literature in
which Santa Claus takes a
leading part, and wives and
daughters allow theirs to
dwell on tho old gentleman's
purse. An old lady was once
asked the age when g-rls gave
up playing with dollo and the
answer came back, "When
they havo children of their
own." So it is about Santa
Claus; children give him up
as the mythical when they are
old enough to realizo a flesh
and blood Sauta Claus in their
father. If it happens to be a
girl she will cling to tho old
gentleman until she happens
to win a Santa Claus who
will bo her individual property.
It is with these flesh and
blood Santa Clauses that wo
wish to whisper. On the
Australia which arrived lust
week, there were several lan'e
cases of solid silver ware for
us. In turn wo will disnose
. of it to Santa Claus. Wo will
I have no difficulty in doing this
as tho assortment is from four
' of tho largest and best factories
in tho United States. You
will have an opportunity to
view tho goods later.
Von Holt Building.
A. W. SEABUKY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,-
Next to the Womnn's ExclmnRe.
Bring in your bills, thoy will bo promptly
attuudetl to. Telephono (159; if, O. llox 430.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Tytowhiteii, Copyist, Tkansla-
Ton (English and Hawaiian)
PiT Office with W. II. OASTLE. 425-tt
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Omcis: 203 Merchant street, Campbell
lllock reur ot J. O. Ciirtax' office. I'. O
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