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Stye Eveii9 Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Elhtov.
F1UDAY, NOV. 20, 18.
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Lynloutly tho Umtod btatoa ad-
ministration is thoroughly con-
vmeed that tho Cuban struggle i?
oloso upon ('e'iivo lodull-.
Whether tho issuo is likely to bo
tho winning of recognition through
yi :tory by the iuBurgontB or thoir
boing placed in tho position of
conquered people requiring pro
tection from inordinate vengoauco
is tho question. At all events, tho
affair is on the border of bucIi a
crisis that nitorloronco at tins
juncture by tho United States
would bo impolitic.
King Odcnr of Sweden, as the
fifth Venezuela arbitrator, will
havo tho deciding voice ou all
points whereon tho olhor four
will divide upon national lines.
The Opinion of (lio JJliglicdi prenn
ou tho arbitration, given in this
piper, innko very interesting read
itig. This court of arbitration
will be one of tho most important
international tribunals of tho
Indications are very strong that
there- will bo no tariff legislation
tho coming session of Congress.
It is vnry doubtful, ovon, if tho
first Congress under MuKinloy'ts
administration wi'l have enough
Republican strength in the Senate
to effect any radical ehaoge in
There is a prospect of a chasing
down of bieyolo racing records
for many years, nimilar to tLo
oiso of horso racing for tho paf-t
quarter of a century. Every mail
from abroad, nearly, has a list of
wheo' records broken.
A national asylum for lepers is
what tho United States should
have, and it is to be hoped tho
movement started for that purpose
in California will bo speedily suc
cessful. Every civilized country in the
world might send somo relief for
the starviug pooplo of India.
I.AIf.ST InliHKiN m:vs.
Continued from IhI Page.
Tho Globe then proceeds to crit
icise the composition of the tribu
nal, and iu this connection refers
to tho fact that Vonozuola is not
represented "in spite of Lord
Salisbury's early assertion that
the question nt issuo ouly concern
ed tho United Kingdom and Ven
ezuela." It concludes by refusing
to concede tho arrangement as a
precedent, Baying that tho British
people l,are not ready to rocoguizo
Monroeism ns an international
Tho Staudnrd Couftorvntivo,
iu a somewhat pessimistic editor
ial on tho Vouezuolau settlement
considers that a sixty years limit
of occupation to insure title would
displace virtually all of the" Brit
ish settlors, except tho aborigines
under British rule. "Porhaps,
however," adds tho Standard,
"full details would throw a bettor
light on tho subject, and in tho
last cauo wo can appeal to history
to prove Dutch and British occu
pnuoy before Venezuela existed."
AMERICAN 8QUADKON I'OIt VENE
ZUELA. Washington, D. 0 , Nov. 11.
Admiral Bunco's squadron will go
to Venozuola in a few weeks, un
less a radical departure is madoin
tho plans perfected at tho Navy
Department today, when tho ad
miral came down from New York
iiiHior summons of his superiors
utid devoted tho entire day to a
dibcu'.sion of the complox condi
tions that ii ro understood to be in
HGpaiahle horn the cruise. The
objeet of Admiral Buceo's now
orders iu declaied to bo without
any significance in the foreigu
affairs of tlio United States, but
relates altogether to tho neeossi
ties of effective administration.
Admiral Bunco, sia well ad all
naval officials, has eontinually
urged the necessity ot keeping up
the drills at sea, but thooo require
j a base of operations free from ico
j and unsy of access, in which t ho
I whole iloet cun anchor without
I crowding nnd whore cotil is cheap
j and good food abundant. The
.Gulf of Mosico offors tho most
admirable theater for such winter
oporatious, but tho authorities
imvo U,roed tlmt ou ft00OUIlt 0f itrt
nearness to Cuba tho presonce of
so laro a forco in the gulf would
bo misinterpreted ot
SOU I'll Al'ltKJV.
CLAIM OF 1)10 JMMAGK8 llEVlVAIi
London, November 11. A sp
ci:il disputon from J.ihanuistiurg
siys th.it tho Government of t o
Transvaal Republic I deeded
j , pt in a cllllm fov xl.OOO 000
indemnity iimm-d tin British
Chnrteral South Africa Company,
aB one of tho results of tho raid
of Dr. J.imopon nnd his followers
int i llio toiritorv of tin- Tntnsv.ul.
At the a-.nni meot.ng to daV
of tho Con-ohd.ited G 'd F.olda
Company. John Unys Hammond,
tho Amencan miu ni engineer,
who was iu uhnrgo of tho works
t il... muoof IIib cl-btuibmicp at
.Tfitit. ti iinlinrrr Mtwl vt'ln. iviu rmu
doomed to dfii 111, and subsequent
ly reprieved and hts.ivi'y fi icd, as
no of tho mimbors of the f.uneus
Reform Committee, presented ;.n
xhiiustivo roport on dix-p-lev. 1
mining. It was r. colvcl with
mo it fivor, and Sir. Hammond
was voted the thanks of tho com
pany. Tho mooting w.is lurgo'y
uttonded and enthusiastic.
At tho cIoho of the meeting Mr.
Hammond was int") vn-w d r. g ud
ing too pr.ispeots of Wo.ith Africi.
"Tlio prospfiits iti South Africi
wore nover brig'ilor. Tiio rtoont
depiction in pr.ces ws caused by
a scarcity of monoy, ;nd everyone
was oblged to soil good seouritios,
but the outlook now is good.
Thoro has boon a largo gold out
put. 'Tho repoit tln.t I'roHident
Kruegcr will cancel tho claims
held by the company is untruo.
It was only a hour movement."
IIOAItn OF KIM'CAriON.
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Principal HIur!:lntoli tind Diiiiiiin
Have l)inr'iiciH r Opinion.
At the m-eting"of the Board of
Education ytstorday aftornoon,
the work of the previous moeting
in regird to the Praotiotl School
was undone and it was finally do
oidrd to fill tho Bohool with Imvo
and girls from any of tho othor
schools, the selncti hh to be made
by -Deputy-Inspector Scott. This
action was reuderod mcossarv by
a decided d ftoivnco between Prin
cipals Mackintosh and Dumas.
The former tent the latter lifty
pupils from the lower grudos of
tho Royal School, about half of
whom Mr. Damns refused to
accopt. Owing to this difference
between tho two priuoumls the
matter has been tiken out of tlu-ir
A certificate to ttach was grant
ed to E. Farmer and tho resigna
tion of Miss Grnoe F. Porter, a
tonohor iu the flilo School, wuu
Appliciitinns for positions woro
rpceiv(d from scvori.l tonohors,
among them C. D. Pringle, former
ly of Uanujiope, who is making a
fight fur reinstatement.
Tho Bum of 50 was appro
printed to furnish blinds lor tho
Central Union Nocliil.
The attendance was limited at
tho regular monthly social of tho
Central Union Church laet even
ing. Tho program consisted of a
piano solo by Miss Parmolee, a
recitatiou by A. L. Morris, violin
solo by Miss Nora Sturgeon and
Bong by Miss Hammond, lle
frosnments woro sorved as usual.
More people than usually go to
the Colonies from horo in ono
Bteiimer loft in the Monowai saloon
Excursion $ Dunce
AT KEMOND GROVE.
Tlcketn Shmlo f so
J.udy uuil Oent 3 OU
The abovulncludus refreshment.
Tmln leuvea ut 7:30 bhar). . .
T TICKETS AT THE DEPOT -a
EVEN INQ BULLETIN,
ltwaw rU"t!4M t oiwm j
) imeiv opj35
A GOOD THING.
Do you know a virood thing
when you see it? Some peo
ple do and some don't, but
those who tumbie to it are
' bound to get ahead in the race
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"" Wealth. We CM put yOU
I oil to a thing" Of tWO. .Ills!
I nnvj U,P Winr vnn in
ll0W XNe wa,U 0U t0
-ir- vnnn unnor
Remember he is your best
friend and if you treat him
well and feed him well, he will
do more work and better work,
besides looking as a noble
equine ought to look.
"THE NATIONAL FEED
will work a complete metamor
phosis in the condition and
the appearance of your horse.
It is a circular shaped vessel,
made of cold rolled steel, fine
ly galvanized, with a Ahlleable
Iron Side Rod, each box fur
nished complete with a Japan
ned Wrought Iron Holder,
Plate and Screws. This feed
box has the advantage that
you can put it up anywhere in
the stall or box, does not waste
a particle of the feed, will
always be sweet and clean,
and is especially desirable
where a horse is inclined to
It saves feed bills at a rate
of from 2$ to 30 per cent.
Saves Doctor's bills by pre
venting indigestion, colic and
stomach troubles. Saves host
ler's time, trouble and vexation.
It pays for itself in a few weeks,
and no Stable is complete
without it. They come in 3
sizes, capacity 6. 8 and 10
quarts, and the price is within
the reach of everybody own
ing a horse. We vould es
pecially call the attention of
managers of Livery Stables to
this new device. It will oav
you the trouble to come and
FOR SALE BY
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprookola' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
NOVEMBER 20, 18.
I Yqzc Ava iit
1 Need qf a
I Time Piece . .
You cannot niako up your
Ej mind what kind to yet; it both
ers you, because every one has
an opinion of his own as to tho
j bost make. Let us BUggest
g something to you.
g Vhon a watch is backed by a
j responsiblo house, monoy back
pi ed, so guaranteed that if tho
j slightest defect is found, your
h money is returned, or another
ja watch is given in place, should
g you worry as to tho kind to got?
A watch is made to keep
a time, tho ono coining the near-
J est to boi
iui; correct is tho ono
ftl .-P tvtnnf tn-ifl f inn f f ftfa lirtf
H if it cost Ton Dollars or a
f Tho matter of expousivo
1 nimoa ifl loft nntirolv to vnnr
ra taste and tho length of your
As Agonts for tho high
grade "Elpin" and tho medium
priced " Waterhury" both makes
of which thoro is an ondlcss
variety, we are enabled to offer
an unusually large assortment
of complete watches, and nt
prices far below former rales.
From $3,00 Up.
All made to run, nnd
i jti. si. w lonman
4'i 0 I
A aliip load of Agateware
would bo a big lot for one
sloro oven in tho United
States; it's a big lot for Hono
lulu and more than wo receiv
ed, but what wo did get on
two sailing vessels would as
tonir.h the people if they saw
an tno arucit'S in one pile.
Our stock rf Agateware is
selected from "firsts" not
"Seconds;" the quality is tho
best that can bo made and we
sell it at tho piece you used to
pay for tho second qualitj'.
This means a saving of 33
per cent, because the life of u
first-class price of Agatoware
is a third longor than ono of
the second class.
When buying for tho holi
day season there is more
pleasure iu receiving a useful
present than in a bauble.
Every housewife loves good
China and there is nothing
more beautiful than a set of
Haviluud. Wo have a com
plete stock of this ware and
sell it in full sets or single
pioces so that if you want to
fill up a set that has been
broken or purchase a dozen
plates or a course sot jrou can
J. T. WATERHOU:
Tlint'3 nil wo havo to talk about. Wo lmvo Sporting
Shoes mado by specialists; Dress Shoes, Slippers and
Boots for Ladies and Gentlemen designed by artists.
Shoes that fit mako pretty feet, all wo need caro for
is to keep at tho hentl of the procession and this wo
aro doing most magnificently by soiling as good
shoes as any body else, and selling them for tlio most
part at lower prices than the othor fellows.
The Manufacturers1 Shoe Go.,
j" Exohasive Shoe Dealers 3J
The Original mbbsw
SATURDAY, NOV. 28lli
At 9 o'clock a. m .
Wait For It
Yju WH Save KoRey I
The Largest Stock
The Lowest Prices
Wall, Nichols Co.,
113 KING STREET.
Take an Outing
TruiiiH will leave vt 9:15 a. m,
nndl:4fjr. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 nnd 5:fi5 p. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Pearl Oity $ 75
Ewa Plantation... 1 00
Wniauno 1 50
A wrinkle, now to Hono
lulu, is old blue chinn. It has
been tho rago in the United
States for six months past,
and in Europe for as many
months before. It's tho sort
your great grandmothers and
their children used; except
that modern methods of manu
facture and decorating onablo
tho potters to mako tho pieces
thinner and the decorations
Thoso people who want
something finer than mnv bo
had in Delft, can bo accom
modated with " Bolleek. "
This is a much better quality
and is decorated in a more
Eor plain every day use,
tho Delft is tho best, because
it is mado to wear and to uso.
Wo have full sets and single
pieces of it, which will soon
find their way into the homes
of Honolulu. Delft is not a
fad; it was used many years
ago and was fashionable for
a full century before we came
y.- ion this mundane sphorc. Its
8 I J) CJ Plce was taken by othor and
vyXtULlFrencijier patterns; now wo
aro back to the old German
windmill pictures. Come and
Von Holt Euilding.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Notice is hereby given that I
havo revoked and annulled all
powors of whatsoever nature
heretofore conferred upon A. Rosa
by mo, and under which ho has
assumed tlio managomont 6f my
property and tlio collection of
moneys duo me. Parties paying
money to said Rosa for my account
will do so at thoir poril.
WILLTAM M. MAHUKA.
Tho Kinnu Balllm. Nov. Wh mIU bo lue
in Iloivihilu, Woduosiluy, Nov. 25th iu.
table. 0i rri'lay' NV- '27U'' "B Pr'U,aa
WILOER'8 STEAMSHIP CO., L'D.
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1895. 4G0 7t
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