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Continued "row M l't'jc.
franco for the administration of
Egypt. The Egyptian courts dis
allowed tho claim, and in paying
tho bill Grout Britain practically
ncquiroB owumship of tho con
quored country. Wlion tho Egyp
tian arrangement was in ado Great
Britain, in what 1ms been regard
ed as a weak memoiit, loft the
Egyptian courts in full standing.
That concession has now led to
I.,- I.ni'.. ....ll fr.i ftin Kmirlnn
um wniB nun" i" '"- """
oxpePHP-, but the h touch are rea- ( C(, o rolinud to tho Ullilw, st(Ues
li.ing tli.it their statesmen inndo a , quniuutiuo station at Angel Isl
niiatak in combating tho British i and for proper disinfection all
cln: u for tho Soudan affair. paHsoncera m.t bnygngo coming
The boundary dispute between j m tl.ose ports.
,,,..,,, ' -this lcwluiion shall be eon-
Great Britain and Win-zui-lii has ( Blru1, B ,0 np lIy to ,moHPn,ors
been tlio invasion of a gicat dip- , froIn Japun coining over tlie Un
lonmtiu triumph by tho United j muliau Pacific steamship line via
Stales. Thereby the name of tho I Victoria, B. 0., as well as thoso
c. i c e. . t- Mini. who come directly to this port by
Secretary of blate, Mr. Ulney, .. . , ' A, ' ..J
will bo hold in lasting honor
dispute is referred to a court of
arbitration mainly through that
statosuiuu's diplomacy, reinforced
by a strong message to Congress
from President Cleveland. Large
ly os an outcome of tho Venezuela
matter there havo been brought
about negotiations, with great
promise of early success, for a
treaty between Great Btitaiu and
the United iStntos, providing for
tho settlement of all tlioir mutual
controversies by arbitration. This
effected will be one of the greatest
achievements in behalf of Christ
ian civilization belonging to this
glorious nineteenth century.
Following the conclusion of tho
war with China has come gieat
internal development in Japan.
It is accompanied by a reaching
out for foreign commerce, evi
denced iu our own sight by tho
tttarting of a steamship line, call
ing at Honolulu, between her
ports and tho United States.
Japaneso lines to Australia and
Europo hnve also been inangurnt-
od this year. Japan has not found
all the prizes of tho war easy to
hold. She has met with trouble
iu Formosa, and is bupplauted iu
Corea, whose administration was
what made her attack China, by
tho influence of Kusaia. Tho
tour of Emopo and America by
tho aged Viceroy of China, Li
Hung Ciiaug, has occasioned uni
versal aum-emeut. It may be ex
pected also to have re-mlts of inter
nal improvement in China.
Italy has roooived a bad down-
sotting by having to accept terms
from King Menelik of Abyssinia,
to conquer whom rdio had vainly
-wasted much valiant blood and
iuonry that liait uglier nave oceu
, ,. ,, t 1
Bpont at homo
Canada has had a change of
government, the Liberal party suc
ceeding to power after oighteou
years of uninterrupted Conserva
tive rulo. At tho hoad of tho ad
miuibtration is a Frenchman,
Wilfred Laurier, whoso emiuont
ability and high charactor aro re
cognized by tho whole Dominion.
Queou Victoria has passed a
poiut iu hor reign which mokes
ft tho longest of any sovereign
that has over sat on tho throne of
tho British Empire. Should uho
live until .lnuo '20 next, sho will
havo completed a reign, most
glorious in itsolf. of Bixty years,
.....l ti.o nvunt will do fiilv eololirat-
,d througnout hor vast dominions. I
Throughout tho worm mo year
1890 may be baid to havo been ono
rather of preparation for great
ovouts than of their actual
. tl '. A ItrfOlilloii.
Tho annual New lonr'o njcnp-
linn of the Yoiinii Jlen's Christ
inn Association will take place
irom 12 to - tomorrow afternoon,
in wlitnli nil llio voiinc! moil in t no
W WHICH all tl io j Ollilf, " " ' ' l"
city nro invited, lhe m.ual ox-,
collont lunch will bo set veil by
tho lady riiendsof the ausouiation.
In tho ovening thoro will bo a
concert for Ihoboimfllof tho build-
Jug fund, comiuoHcitiKatHo'olooU,
to Which the., will b, an adn.is
YOKOHAMA AM KOIIC.
Tliu Nil n I'riioloi Ilnnnl of Hcnltti
l)erlurrThviii Infrclrd Ports.
The San Francisco Board of
Health, at a mooting hold on Doc.
10th, dcclareo tho Japanoso ports
of Yokohnma and Kobe, from
which roportB of tho prevalonco of
smallpox lmvo recoutly been ro
coived, to bo infected.
Tho following resolution covor
ing tho matter woro passed:
llosolved, That tho Japanese
ports of Yokohama and Kobo aro
hereby di dared infected, and that
the Quarantine Ulheor of tho Tort
re.. if- ;0;ui,n, i:,ni
An Aitrii t.ilo Dnililriii.
Tho American buffalo exempli
fies to tho fullest extent tho ele
ments of hearty rugged strength
in animal life, and tho Buffalo
Brewery Co. havo madoa peculiar
ly appropriate selection of a trndo
mark in choosing this animal to
represent its productions, in that
the tonic and l of resiling proper
ties of tho Bnll'nlo Beer promote
health and invigorate the pvslem,
producing a similar condition of
hardy strength iu tho human
frame. The llnysl, Cosmopolitan
and Pacific saloons aro the media
of distribution for this fomous
brew to tin appreciative public,
and the interchangeable check is
the passport at any of thoso
favorito lesorts. Dritik "llull'alo"
It.'liil .Vol !.
Today's edition of tho Bulle
tin is being printed earlier than
usual in order to allow time for
the removal of the typo, material
nnd presso3 of tho oilico from tho
osplnuado to moro convenient
premises in tho roar of tho Bul
letin's business office, (!09 King
street. These premises were
formerly occupied by E. A.
Williams but -havo lately been
leased and fitted up as composing,
press and editorial rooms for this
paper. Jt is hoped that tho woik
of removal will bo completed in
time to allow of tho printing of
Saturday's paper iu tho now
Dr. C. B. High, dentist, grn
duato Philadelphia Dental Col
lego, 18SI2. Masonic Temple.
The Prt'tlritMit will hold a St'Wo Uo
iVmtlmi it I llm li'vwdiiflvii Ttnt lilii'fT in
WW,-... w u l (.lv "" t,"
NeVS. y, M,v DtlJ.( ut wlli.h ,llMfl(,rt
inn ollluiaiH tmd tliuir ladit-M will be
lec'lveM in tlio order iiuiuh.1.
At 11 a. m : Tim L'nHlilfiit will re
ceive the mt'inliiTH of the Culiltiet and
the Dlplomutlu Corps.
At 11.10: n Chief JubiIch, the A'.
Bool'ite Juntlcrt-i of the Hupnune Court,
the I'lu-ilileut of the Heuate, heuntors,
Speaker of the House of Ileprexeulu
tlvt-H, UepreitviiUtlveaatnl Cuuticillors
At 11:2'): CoiiAulur Corp".
At ll:;n: Ciro'iic JuilKes, otllcers of
the Nutlnnul OrM'inlof Huwdil, nlllorTf.
ol tho fnieigu men of-war in port. ,
At 11 .45: The Mtuwhtil and ofllcers
of tho police and Gnvenriiout official.
At 11:55: The public
Tlie President will bo assisted by
Mr?. D.ilo uuil Iu lies In attendance.
HKNHY K. COOl'UU,
Mlulriierof Fort-lgn All'ulrn.
Foreign Office, Deoeiuiier 81, 18D0.
! Iii iiccanlitucA with Section I, of Clmptor
I XXXVI of thu I.iiwm of IriSO:
All poiiioim holilini: Mitur iiiivili-Kus or
I IIkihii piyiii wider lutes, tiro Ii'ireby null
I lied thnt tlio wu'.t wtd for tha torui end
i lug Juno fji), H'l7, will ho duo mid p.iy.ihlo
at thu ollk'u ol tlm lliinolala Wutar WoiUh,
' on tlio Iht cluy of Jnnimiy, I8!7.
I uftiu ilmy mo duo win ho uibjoct to mi
Ail rules roiiir.nuiiK imp mi mi iniw"
, luinuioniu iuirtvii.
llntal ftro ,,uyftl,o at tlie nlUeo nfthu
Wito. Wort.i iu tlu- Kmm.dw.t UmldhiK.
Siiiwriuioit-Uut Hoiiululii .Watui Wmk.
lu,w.ui. ll. I-.n-o. I7.18U0.
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MUMMVifMrt torb MawMJaumwtwiwwww
CART AND BUGGY HAR
NESS AND EQUINE
Last week we entertained
the public with a list of a few
of the articles we have in stock
suitable for Christmas and
New Year's gifts. This week
we have got an economical
streak on, on account of taxes
being due and the water rates
for naxt year being needed in
advance. We take it for grant
ed that everyone else is in the
same boat, and hence en
deavor to show people how
they can save a little money,
at least enough to buy some
thing to put in the children's
stockings next Thursday night.
You can save money by buy
ing from us:
Cart and Buggy Harness
neat, light, strong and cheap, all
prices from $1?.?0 to $3S.OO
Dump Cart Harness and
Mule Harness. '
Boston Team Horse Collars.
Welt Horse Collars.
Something new. Dash
boards lor Brakes and Carts,
three sizes, all ready to fix on.
Good assortment of Chamois
Skins, Horse Brushes, Dandy
Brushes, Aane Combs, Halter
The celebrated Whitman Bit,
the best Riding Bit,out.
A new invoice of Horse
Clippers, Carriage and Riding
If you want to go out driving
after dark, buy a Dietz Dash
Lantern 3 for a $1.00 and save
a $.00 fine.
If your taste is more expen
sive we can sell you a Dietz
Driving Lantern for $4.00.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite SprcokolH1 Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STKflET.
DJiOKMUEU 31, MM).
Mortfjagc9'3 Notice of Intention to
Forccloso and of Salo.
In accordance with the provi
sioiiH of that certain mortgage
mudo by KONALlfl MARKHAM,
a widow, to O. P. EMERSON,
dated August 6th, 1892, nnd also
in accordance with tho provision?
of thnt additional charge to the
said tnortgHgo mado by said Ko
nalc Mnrkhnin to said Emerson,
dated Oct. 18, 18D2, the original
mortgage being of record in the
Ilfgistor Oilico, Oahu, iu Liber
13'.), pp. 17'1-fi, and said addition
al charge iu Liber 138, pp. 302-3,
which tnoitgi.g" and iiddtional
charge therot lmvo been duly
issigned by said Emerson to J. A
M'gonii, t'ltico is hereby given
Umt find assign' e b tonds to fr-oloi-
tho s.'ino fr condition
broken, mnni-ly. the niu-wiymi'iit
f both principal, interest :u.d
tliS'S wlion due.
Notice is hkt-uis' giv-ii lhtt
after thu expiration f three oi-l;s
from this (I to th- j.ro; crty cov
ered by said motlgago will be
lldvui'tlrcd fur Huh' ..ml win bo
sold at public iiietion ,it tho auc
tion roo mi of T s F. Mnrgnn,
Honolulu, on Tuesd.iy, Jumyiiry
20th, 1807, ul 12 o'clock u.ioii of
For further particulars apply to
J. A. MAOOON,
Assignee of said Mortgages.
Dtnl Honolulu, Do. 121st. 1890.
The propei ty title sold is us
All that cnitiiin land and pro
mise situate ut Kulihi, O-.hu.
ihwerbod in llnynl Patent (570,,
bind Commissi. hi Aw. id 1200 to
Hiilekii, ci'Uiaiiiiiig.in Hroi of two
nnd 7-100 acres;
And also nil the Lnd situnto ut
Kulihi afoto-'aid dcsctihod in
Royal Patent 12fifi, Laud Com
mission A wind 1205, containing
at. urea of 55 100 of au aero.
Tortus Oah ( Wild coin of U.
S. of America. D- ods ut oxpon&e
Mortgagee's -otioo of Intention to
Foreclose and of Salo.
In Recordation with tlio provi
sions of thnt certain i.iortg.ige
mmlobv QKORGE WOND ..nd
HATTI'EK. VOD his wife, b.
Kminn iI. Nakuinu. ditod H-pt.
30, 1891, mid rec.uded in tho lie
gistor Oiliio, Oahu, in libor 12 ,
pages -150 and 151, which
mortgngn has been duly assigned
by Bind Emmu M Nokuina to iIinb
Agnes Mel u tyre, notice is hereby
gven that tho assignee of said
mortgage intends to foreclose tlie
sumo for condition broken, to wit,
tho non -pnyim-nl of botli princi
pal, intoiest and tuxes when due.
Notice is likewise ghun that
iiftor tlio xnir i turn of threo eos
fro, it tins ilnto tlio properly cover
ed by said mottgagn will bo ad
vertised for sale and will be sold
at public auction ut the ancti u
rooms of V. S. Luce, ffonnlulu,
on "Vidnoday, January 27, 1897,
at 12 o'clock noon of that day.
For further particulars apply to
T. A. Mngoon, attorney for Miss
.MISS AGNES MuINTYRE,
Assignee of mortgage.
D.ited Honolulu, D-. 21, 1897.
Tlio property to hi sold is an
All thoso cortniu premises situ
ate in Kaili plnco, Kulihi, Hono
lulu, moro particularly described
as Lots No. 11 and 12 upon u man
or diagram of tho same, rocordod
in liber 120, on folios 391 and 392,
in the Hawaiian llogistor of Con
veyances, the total area of said
promises is 12,015 square foot,
moro or loss.
Terms Cosh Gold coin of the
United States of America IJoeds
nt oxpenbo of purohnsor. I89 td
Art -:- Fotos
Tho Most Complete
and Artistio Series
of Island Views Ever
Tho LutcBl AiplionnJoH for tfino
Work inn tabling to Photography.
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WE ARE READY '
lo supply your wauts in Men's Furnishing Goods with tho
moHt complete nnd choicest stock wo havo over laid before tho
public. If you aro iu doubt n to whnt you would like to
piesout to your friends or relations, let us show you over our
goods, and you will mindy find something substantial and sor
vhvahle, that will gladden tho hearts of thoso who recoive thorn.
Neckwear of Every Description,
Collars and Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Silk, Linon or Cotton,
plain or printed; Suspenders either Silk or Cotton;
Diosb Shirts, Negligee, Shirts nnd Night Itobcd,
Kftts ojilioar it qt g-ta:n,-ra Xqu $Jai myl Saya
Smoking Jackets, Pannnia Hats, Puggarees iu many do
sigtiH; Collar and Cuff Buttons, Bosom Studs, Sleeve
Links, Boy's Shirt Waists,
Ready-to-Wear Suits for Men and Boys
A'ul im's nnd Hand Bags, boiiio very nice ones io Alli
gator; and a great many other things. ,
HAliK ! (DASHER
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Tl'oon- cnmileto line of
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our eeUltitt! ....
Kingsbury Pianos !
T . i.erfeetlnu of art In
CHICAGO POTTAGE OIUIANS, Uu
cqnalfii in tone, beauty hihI con
HEGINA MUrilO BOXES. Hit Kin
of H, iluys over ono tliousiinil
AUTOHAIUH, ever.v linily's lntru
meiit, a clillil eun pluy It.
GUI TARS, wo carry tbe colobraied
Henry F. Muhoii, Barwoud and
oilier miiko-, riom $4 up.
BANJOS, Btewurt, Palibiuks &
Colo and other wellluiown
ACCORDEONS, tbo celebrated "lin
periul" uud other good lines.
SST And n thousand and ono oth&r
smuller iuBtrumoutf) too numerous to
Our celebrated Wall, Nichols Co.
"tiTAH" Braud of
GUITAR, VIOLIN and
Aro the best made. Ue no other.
For all instruments.
Our sleek Is tlio ninst vutled to bo
(onnil tliln tlilu of 'Filneo, tuul tliu
prlcvH lliu Hunid us you jmy in tliu
All liiHtruiuontShiililou eiuy month
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
Tlio money wavtm for you.
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!. r nun
&;&- IP SO
nnd Mf.rchi i nt Sts-
Tho holiday senson has boon
one of exceptional and unex
pected prosperity to us. For
weeks past we lmvo been call
ing attention to fancy goods
as well as those of an ornamen
tal character. Wo mi'ht have
advertised strictly useful arti
cles, but people as a rulo,
draw the lino at cumborsomo
presents placed in the hosiery
hung" bes'do tho hearth. A
Jewel stove. for instance.
would be injurious to tiio aver
ago Honolulu stocking, but it
would have beou most ac
ceptable in the homes of a
great many people here.
We havo just received &
very largo invoice of thoso.
stoves in all sizes, from thy
smallest to tho largest macl-o
at tho factory. Our prices for
thoso stoves aro so reasonable
that ono of thorn should b e in
every homo in Honolulu.
Our method of soiling to
island customers is an Innova
tion to tho pooplo of tbo islands;
tho prico of tho st'.ivo in our
store is tho samo at any ship
ping port in tlm islands wo
pay tho freight from Honolulu.
Von Unit Hlcjok.
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