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Notice to Importers.
On and after January 1, 1897,
importers making entry at the
Ciibtoiu Houso will file with thoir
invoices, a receipted Bill of Lad
ing covering tho numbor of pack
ages arriving per veasol for which
entry is mndo.
(Signed) F. B. McSTOOKEU,
Deputy Collector Gouoral of
Approved: S. M. DAMON,
478 JJt Minister of Finance
St?? EueFii)( Bulletin
DANIEL, LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, DEO. 9, 189G.
That tho two factional papers of
tho second town and tho largest
island of the group aro on oppo
sito sides, regarding tho question
of union with tho United States,
shows that advocacy of tho cause
nt home has priority of importance
over efforts to promoto it in the
"Oh, how shiftless!" Ophelia's
exclamation just suits the feelings
of the newspaper man who does
n't swear on finding that tho
llei'1-h.iiils' Exi-luiiy !. tli" in ws
dealers of San Francisco failed to
send files by tho United States
Mr. Cockburn of Hawaii is ably
Advocating, in tho Hilo papors,
establishment of official inspec
tion for cofliee. Surely tho united
coffee planters can have Hub in
valuable protection for their pro
duct. Nothing ilociaivo can bo attri
buted to the opinion of Venezu
ela's lawyer about tho result of
tho arbitration. Grout Britain, it
may bo dupondod on, is not going
into court without a cusp.
France at last accounts was
threatened with a crisis in a dis
agreement botwoen tho Cabinet
and the Souate on tho question of
universal suffrage for tho indirect
election of Senators.
Full discussion is what is want
ed on the annexation question.
Anonymous communications that
avoid obnoxious personalities aro
not only admissible but welcome
to tho Bulletin.
Hilo aspires to having a inujonio
lodge. That's all right. Tho
brands and marks law covers tho
I.ATKST I'OIIFIUN NIIWN.
Continued from 1st Page.
Herr Bebel,the Socialist loader,
criticisovl Gouoral von Gosslor's
remarks in referring to tho doath
of Siobmann, describing thorn as
not gentlomanliko and blaming
Lira for using English words.
Proceeding ho asked: "How can
it bo said that whoever attacks tho
Jliug's uniform thoieby insults
tho King? In 1799 the King
threatened with pain of death auy
military mau who flouted u civil
ian.Tiiings will at last come to such
a pans that a uniform of tho Cui
rassiers Guard will bo suspended
like Geasler's hat, and tho pcoplo
will be requited to nutko obeis
auce to tlm Emperor's horse. It
is vain to endeavor by a word
from an august mouth to bring
tho people to biich a state of foar
and trembling that I hoy will bow
tho kueo in silence. Success is so
impossible for views so diametri
cally opposed to everything, that
ho is the greatest fool who is con
Btautly tiyuig to make thorn pro
vail." Herr IJobol was called to order
and then tho House adjournal.
WLVLlilt liEUKVr.l) TO WU :.lTi.U.
Thore is no iiuuh in lluvuuu of
tho movements of Gonera! Weylor,
supposed to be in persuil of tho
insurgents undor Autonio Maceo.
p ii' iuumi-iHivwM-1
No uows from tho Spanish forces
in tho field is regarded there as
bad uows, and tho inurgents aro
circulating reports of Spanish do
feats. It is no longor donied that tho
insurgents captured tho two
important towns of Cascorra and
Guimara, and that an insurgent
army of about 10,000 men is ad
vancing upon tho city of Puerto
Tho Captain Gonoral was ex
pected to arrive at Candelaria on
tho 17th, and tho Spanish officials
at Havana attributed tho alleged
retrogrado movement oT the insur
gents under Maceo to this move of
tho Spanish commander. Tho
latter'a arrival at Candolaria has
not boon announced, and thoro is
no denying that a fooling of con
siderably auxioty can bo noticed
at Spanish headquarters.
Tho city of Puerto Principo iB
boiug placed in tho strongest stato
Captain Andro of Maceo's staff,
in an interview at New York, says
General Maceo counts, in the Pro
vince of Piuar del Itio, some 20,
OOOmenof all arms, which aro
divided in groups of 5000 moro or
loss. Tho men aro all well cloth
ed and fed, have plenty of ammu
nition, and can givo a good ac
count of themselves.
Spanish Ministi r do Lome at
Washington does not expect to
hoar of a decisive battle unless
tho Cubans bo cornered by tho
Spanish. Ho does not anticipato
a conflict between Spain and the
Subscriptions to the new Span
ish loan of 2.30,000,000 pesetas
now uggn yalo j.'l.l.-.d.OdO pts.-tus,
of which over 235,000,000 wore
subscribed in tho provincos of
Captain John D. Hart, whoso
alleged connection with the steam
er Luuradu has mado him conspi
cuous, has boon indicted by tho
grand jury of Philadelphia for aid
rendered tho Cuban insurgents.
Ex-Minis'er Scruggs, who is
acting as counsel for Venezuela,
soys at Washington that tho effect
of the fifty year clause will be to
givo to Vonezuela tho euti.e Ba
rium gold country, tho most val
uable tract in Venezuela also
tho ontiro Orinoco river country.
This would include a British coal
ing station. In his opinion tho
evidoneo will narrow tho British
fifty years occupancy to tho small
strip of land, triangular in form,
between tho Cuyuui and Pomerou
OTIIKK LAN UN.
The Cauadiau Government has
ordored twenty new guns of latest
pattern for tho Quebec citadel,
which will mako it one of the
strougost defenses in tho wirld.
Chili's now Cabinot consists of
Antouuez, Vicuna, Sotomayor and
l'oi.icr. fouur ihitiekn.
III roc Chlncso Viicrmitii So lit In
(lie lti'cl-ItiiikiiiH Ht-lN Fined.
In Judge do la Vorgno's court
this morning the cases of Ing
Sing, violation of Board of Health
regulations; Minna Crommor,
soiling liquor without a Ucoiibo;
Ouchi, liquor; Ah Siong, opium
in possession, aud Otto Graef,
maintaining a resort whore gam
bling jh carried on, all wont over
uutil tho l-lth.
AV. Peters and Sam Sang, as
sault and battery, were nolle
pros.'d aud discharged.
Suck Hoo, Ah Po aud Ah Kui,
three notorious Chinese vagrants,
wore sent across tho reef for three
Ah Tai, on a plea of guilty of
opium in possession, had his sen
tence suspended uutil ho can
make tho uocessary arrangements
to pay his lino.
Ah Onan, who pleaded guilty of
the same offense, was lined SG5
Ed. Hopkins outored a plea of
guilty to tho charge of knowingly
permitting a gambling game to bo
carried on in 1ub place of business,
aud was promptly fined $75 and
In tho purity aud general oxi
cellonco of Seattle Beeh growB
stronger ovory day. Everybody
endorses it because it is PintE. If
you want a delicious beveruge or
a wholesome tonic drink it. Jf's
uuinishing, bticngtln nin'. health
fill, because it's made of the finest
hops and malt and is absolutely
pure. On tap or in bottles at the
HI ITMWIrf w iWtflH Ml4i l-nHITT-ll II
Sterling Silver Ware in great
variety such as
Tea and Coffee Sets,
Fish and Pie Sets7
Sets of Carvers, all prices.
i Silver Plated Ware,
Pearl Handled Butter Knives,
Table, Tea and Coffee
Table and Dessert Forks,
Fruit and Berry Dishes,
Castors and Water Pitchers,
Cut Glass Ware.
Cosmeon Brushes, Combs,
Pin Trays, Airrors, etc.
Florence and Celluloid
Brush and Comb Sets.
Banquet, Boudoir, Hanging
Lamp Shades in Silk and
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockols' Bank,
WO. 307 FORT STREET.
DECEMBER 9, 18U8.
Without making on effort
to show you tho exceedingly
largo und beautiful collection of
I IN SILVER,- : BOLD FILLED : AND GOLD
SB H H
Some plain, others beauti
fully enameled; some as small
as a twenty five cout pieco, oth
ers a little larger, sorao as low
aa six dollars, very few abovo
forty but thoso in heavy gold
Our medium aized watches
for boys are very attractive.
Fetching designs, which will
please a boy to pieces.
v3 W '0
Fivo dollarB buys a protty
swell watch with us. All back
ed by our "money back" gua
rantee. H. F.Wiclimaii
Tho timo for selecting
edibles for the Christmas sen
son is at hand and, without
enumerating especially, wo
wish to say thnt our stock
comprises most of tho deli
cucies for tho table nt this or
any other time. Our importa
tions are from Franco and tho
United States, tho goods are
absolutely pure and fresh and
aro not surpassed in character
and assortment by any firm in
We receive goods by every
steamer and they include game,
fish aud other articles not ob
tainable by consumers here
except in San Francisco. Our
agent in San Francisco seeks
the best goods in the best mar
kets, buying only from tho
manufacturers, agents and thus
saving one profit. Your ex
perience in buying from us
has taught you that tho
character of our goods cannot
be questioned and that our
prices aro satisfactory.
Our stock of Christmas
goods now is larger and bettor
than wo have over shown be
fore. If you desire any spe
cial delicacies which may ar
rive on the steamer duo before
Christmas you will bo best
served by leaving your orders
now everyone is anticipating'
a rush perhaps you aro.
Have you handed in your
order for a Christmas tree for
the little ones?
Lewis & Go.,
NOTARY PUBLIC aM TYPEWRITER
OvriCKt 203 Murchuut btroet, Campbell
Block lcar of J. O. Oftttoi' office, I. O.
- 'Slwsife&r s.i'&'wt .
rvmnwiwinw f ' l" ('w!'1 J i "".'-
Is well manifested in the
Shoes wo have stocked
up with for the Beason.
Here every new shape
and style is in evidence.
Every new kink that
makes a shoo more com
fortable or gives it longer
life, is found in tho foot
wear on sale. All tho
best makes are represented in this mammoth stock.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
"SET Exclusive Shoe Dealers. '"S3
516 Fort Street, Honolulu, H. I.
To Bupply your wants in Men's Furnishing Goods with tho
most complete and choicest stock wo have over laid before tho
public. If you aro in doubt as to what you would liko to
present to your friends or relations, let us bIiow yon ovor our
goods, aud you will surely liud something substantial and ser
viceable, that will gladden the henrls of thoso who rpceivo them.
Neckwear of Every Description,
Collars and Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Silk, Linen or Cotton,
plain or printed; (Suspenders eithor Silk or Cotton;
Dross Shirts, Nogligeo, Shirts and Night Hobos,
Huts tlLQ,-- s?lt E Sti-&-w qb Weill m& Soys
Smoking Jackets, Panama Hats, Puggarees in many de
signs; Collar and Cuff Buttons, Bosom Studs, Sleovo
Links, Boy's Shirt Waists,
Ready-to-Wear Suits for Men and Boys
Valises and Hand Baga, some very nice ones in Alli
gator; aud a great many othor things.
1-1 A. 13 K KDASELHJE
Corner of 1-ort and Merchant Sts-
Santa Claus is oxtremely
fond of receiving letters from
tho littlo ones. Ho generally
offers a valuable prize of some
kind to well behaved children
and this year ho has notified
Wall, Nichols Co., who aro to
act as his agents here, to offer
in his name a beautiful French
doll to tho Honolulu girl or
boy who writes him tho most
original letter. Any littlo one
under ten years of age may
compete for tho doll which is
sure to bo highly prized by
the lucky recipient. Now,
girls, this is your opportunity.
Brush the cobwebs and dust
of puzzling questions out of
your minds and writo the old
gentleman a nice letter; some
thing different from anything
you have ever written before.
You may ask your papas and
mammas how to spell the
words but the thoughts and
good wishes should bo all your
On honor, nowl
Letters may bo mailed in tha
letter box at Wall, Nichols
Co's store between 9 o'ctocfc
next Saturday morning, Nov.
2Sth, and 12 o'clock noon of
December 24th, tho day before
Tho doll will be on exhibi
tion in one of thoir largo show
windows during tho above
period. Tho judges of tho
merits of the letters received
will bo decided upon by repre
sentatives of tho press of
Mi ..-Ah .' -
Wo have been sitting on
the ragged edge of a damp
cloud for tho past two weeks,
contemplating tho result in
the event of tho non-arrival
of the S. G. Wilder with our
cut glass ware and othor ar
ticles which wo had selected
for the holiday trade. Yes
terday the tension on dur
nervous system rolaxed; tho
Wildor arrived and twenty
four hours after this goes into
print, wo will have a display
of fine goods on our counters,
such as never was scon here
The additional space re
quired has been obtained by
doubling up on our show coun
ters, making now ones and
changing around some of tho
old ones on the second floor.
Wo'ro ready for business and
the number of sales of holiday
goods we have made during
tho post three weoks constrains
us to believe that the business
is ready for us.
By tho Wilder we have all
kinds of things suitaWo for
Christmas gifts. Many of them
aro in cut glass, and they com
prise: Saucors, Salad Dishes,
Itoso Bowls, ricklo Jars, But
ter Tubs and Plates, Ice
Cream Trays, Decanters,
Lemonade Sets, Individual
Oils, Tumblers, Individual
Butters, Creamers, Smelling
Salts and half a hundred
Then thero aro Chafing
Dishes ia mora than a dozen
stales. Library, Hall and
Piano Lumps, Crepo Paper
Shades und Silk Shades and
W. W. DIMOND,
Von Holt Building.
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