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HP DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
T THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 1897.
It Una boon noticed lately by
Dr. Day, port physician, that tho
vaccination tif Jnpunoso immi
grants, tequired prior to their om
barkntinn for llawnii, in very im
parfeet. Something of an explan
ation for tli iti fuct is gained in n
letter received by Preiideut W. 0.
Smith of IIk- Board of Health from
Dr.Juulaii, inspector for tho Boaul
nt IL-i.'jotijt. It snya that the
lyni'i'i ui.'il 'it that port comes
fro'n Japiti ami of late litis been
foiiui very inferior, Hawaii now
gets "lymph from New Zealand
ami tli.i boat over used here.
It is again given out that Queen
Victoiiu will abdieute in favor of
the LM'ire of Wale nt the closo
of hixty yearn of hor loigti next
June. As this time the report
come-i in mieh a prominent mo-
ilium a-, the Westminster Gazette,
it has at Joist an nir of probabili-
Nn neivscuine to tho Foreign
Oil i e I'l.-m Wnshingtou regarding
H:i"ui'ii Alhiirs by tho I'oru's
mail. I'r b.ibly ii'ino will be
fniilH'xmiiig of import mco until
the t-xirii Mm-sioii expected to
bo culled by tho incouii'g Prc
i!i..'. Mr. Oxnnrd, the sugar magnate,
has nmJe an onslaught upon Ha
waiian reciprocity before the Ways
and M.mib Committee, and tho
San Fn.ucidco Chronicle, as may
bo 1 lievi-il, munches the figures
qnorol itii rii venous avidity.
It will bo butisfnetory to every
body to le.irn, fioiu nilicial sources,
th.it there h to be no military
pai.sile ou Saturday.
Coloi.el John Hay of Washing
ton ii expected to succeed Am-ba&r-rutor
IJavnrd in London.
I.ATIS1' KIIIIKIN ni:hs
Continued from ll Page.
lniitie in the statementb tho per
eosw snl.jfctod to examination
will i e obliged to remoo at once
o tho furlilied towns nearest their
SPAMS U WINNINGS.
The Spin iards claim to havo
lifutcii the insurgents in two small
batth s iu S.iutiago do Cuba pio
vince. Tlu Spaniili Minister nt Wash
ington leecived n telegram from
Haviina stating that Molquizo had
returned to his headquarters from
Pinar de Hio nml brought back
with him 2;0 insurgents, who hnd
fiiureudorcd, and about o00 non
coiiilmuinlf, consisting of old men,
women and children.
U. H. 1'ATJtOI..
Tho U. S. dispitch boat Dol
phin, dynamito cruiser Vesuvius
nnd torpedo boats Erics.on and
Oushiug Imvo boon ordurod to
patrol tlio Florida coast to watch
for Cub-in (iliSnisti'iv. Th bteam
er JViu.ii'ests ms uiiivpil . 'nek
uomvi'ii in i,.isio lv of an iXlicer oT
til!' I V III)" llltel ihutw-ll
I'lie D.mutlesa 1; ul lniied tho
large oirnii lh.it the I'liroo Friends
had tiuh'd to hind. It is said to
have contained 11,181 rilles, G00,
000 cartridges, (500 machetes, 1000
pounds of dynamite, medicines,
Tho Three Friends is libollod
nt Jacksonville, charged with
The tilibmter stoamer Commo
dore sank iu twenty fathoms of
water twenty miles northeast of
Mosquito lull t, coast of Florida,
nl3 o'clock a. in. on Jan. 2. All of
tho mon on boaul woro rescued
and twelve of them reached Jack
Honvillo. AN IMIUIiaCNT VIOTOltV.
Cuban loaders nt Ivoy West,
Florida, have received ndvices of
n bloody ongagoment on Now
Year's Day near Caitngerin, west
ern part of Matanzas province, in
which tho insurgents nt finrt re
pulsed woro finally victorious. It
is said eleven Spanish officers woro
killed, including Colonol Horn. It
is also reported that 110 Spanish
1 privates wero killed and nearly
'200 wounded. Tho Cubans aro
, Paid to have lost GO killed and
, about 90 wounded. Tho Cubntis
captured four Hold pieces and
many small arniB.
Further advices report that tho
Spaniards undor Colonel Segura
havo been routed iu Pinar del
Rio by tho CubaiiH under Ooneral
Rivera, who buccoeded Mueeo. It
is stated that Colonel Segura,
, with 2000 mou, attempted to car
ry Rivera's position iu tho Pinar
del Rio hills. Rivera adopted
tactics onding with n charge
which put tho Spaniards to flight.
It is claimed that Segura lost
nearlj 1)00 killed and 400 wound
ed, while the Cuban loss was
A revolution is browing iu
Cecil Rhodes lino sailed for
' England. Ho was given a grand
ovation on leaving Capo Town.
Preparations are being miido nt
Toronto, Cumin, for tho meot'iig
of tho lirilinh Association foi the
Advancement of Science there
i next summer. Between Dominion
and Provincial grants and public
subscriolious. tin fuud for enter
j taiument of visitors will be 100,-
i 000. More than a thousand of tho
lending savants of tho Old World
is expected to be present.
TEItltllll.K KATE OF OATHOMO
Tho Ursulino couvout at Eobo
wnl, Quebec, was burued early iu
tho morning of Jan. (5, nnd seven
nuns were smothered in tho smoke.
Loss in buildings 875,000, insur
ance 512,000. Tho fire wat, caused
by a lighted eaudlo near tho
C'rndlo of tho Infant Jesuu, ignit
iug the diapery and flouil orna
ments. When the alarm was given
the Sisters bravely uudoi tool; tho
task of rescuing thoso iu thoir
charge Having seen their charges
leach a place of safety they on
deavored to save themselves, but
their escape was cut off, and they
were not even able to reuch win
dows from which to jump ami
hike their chances in a leap for
life. On evory floor their bodies
wero found, sonio burned toriibly
and thoso of others who had beou
suffocated to death kneeling in the
attitude of prayer.
POSITION 01' CANADA.
.Replying to toast in his own
honor, at n London banquet, Sir
Charles Tupper, tho o-Preinier
and former Agent Geueral of
Canada iu Loudon, onid that if
the Domiuiou woro isolated it
must fall into tho lap of the United
States. Ho greatly nduiiied the
United Stales, but was profoundly
convinced that union with Great
Biitaiu was the only truo secu-ity
for roal libeity to all parties.
The United States, ho added, do
sired to absorb Cinndn. Cries
oE "They will ucsei get it'". The
Cnuudinu fUlieries were the chief
attraction for the Unit.il Stales
and tho minerals of the Dominion
was another. Canada could give
tho United States the finest har
bors iu tho world, besides bring
ing that country (500 miles uenier
to Gieat Britain. Ilo contended
that Canada's deep seated loyalty
to Great Britain would nlwayn be
nn impassable barrier to absorp
tion. l'Acino 0A1II.U.
The report of tho Pacific Cablo
Company has beou signed. Ac
cording to the Canadian Gazette,
London, it will satisfy Iho desito
torn Pin ill- cable mm vice. 1'he
report will b submitted to the
legislatures of the cuh'liii b inter
It is uiideii tood that thu ropoit
favors laying a cablo at the earli
est possible moment botweon
Vaucouver and Australia, under
joint subsidies by England,
Canada, certain Australian colo
nies and New Zealand. It must
touch no no but Uritish territory,
leaving Hawaii to bo tapped by
a branch liun.
Tho Canadian delegates strong
ly favored tho construction and
operation of the cable as a joint
government entorprido by an im
perial colonial cablo trust, Eug
lntid, Canada and Australia each
paying one-third of tho cost.
Official opinion in England,
supported by some Australasian
colonies, backed by strenuous op
position to the existing Eustcin
Company monopoly, favored a
subsidy to au independent com
pnny, whii h r onrso probably will
bo adopted. '1 ho cablo will cost
about SIO.OOO.OOO to put down and
will bo ready withiu two years.
t4.VkMtAa KtW.ltfWt.W ami
CANADIAN HEl'llKT POLITICS.
Toronto, Out., Jan. (i.-Tho
Globo today publishes a circular
I which it says has beon sont to
Protestant clergymen nnd leading
citizons throughout Ontario. Tho
circular is dated Ontario, Doe. '29,
1 1890, is headed "Patriotic Vigi
lanco Cominittco" nnd marked
"Confidential," and begins as fol
lows: " Tho gravity of thn crisis
brought upon the country by tho
result of tho elections of Juno
last and tho encouragement thoro
by given to the disloyal elements
of our population havo cauied tho
formation of a patriotic vigilance
committee by a fow citizens do
termincd to inaiutniu by all means
iu their power the honor nud in
tegrity of tho British flag and do
minion iu Canada."
Procoiding it suys:
I "An insidious conspiracy has
! for soveial months been nt work
throughout the Dominion, aiming
nt tho overthrow of tho authority
of our gracious sovereign tho
Queen nml others, nnd the annex
ation of our beloved country to
the United States. Behind what
is ostensibly a political movement
is plainly to bo ceen the hand of
tho Boinau Catholic church over
watchful of Protestant liberty.
"While several members of tho
present Govornmont are known to
be thoionghly and sincerely loyal,
tho fact that tho government of
Mr. Lourier owes its majority to
the disloyal olomentdoes not hold
out tho hope that they can succss
fully copo with the crisis iu which
"Tho committee theroforo calta
for tho organization iu every dis
trict of patriotic vigilance commit
tees to iiscoitpiii ami record tho
views of all horn thoro is reason
able ground for suspecting of be
iug in sympathy with the move
ment, mid to take such stops as
may suggest themselves to check
their fuither spread aud manifes
Singers lead tho world. Ovoi
ia,00i),001) uindo and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, gient upeed, ad
justability, durability, uuoo of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Borgorsen, agent,
i Bethel streets.
Auction Stilcx by Jus. F. Morgan.
In pnrHmuce of nn onlor of tli Cir
cuit U'.iirt of Urn t'lict Circuit, tue un
lertjl(li.tl will -oil a' uiiDliu ulii-linu nl
the hiii'lliin ro'itna of J. F. .Human,
On SATURDAY, Jan. 1G, '97
AT 12 O CLOCK NOON,
The following ileaarilieil rtvnlic Blt
mite mi iiih Hnui!iimt corner of .Spon
rc avenue unit Miuu.iue tool, iinii
belli mora particularly described as
Hrglnnlng at tlit southount coruir of
Spiiiicer n venue ami Mntuztne rnail ami
liiiniliitf H. 13 lief;., i iiiin. K. tiue -10(1
ft. uloiijj Miigtizlno road; X. 76 ileu'., 15
niln. Is , tru.- 75 ft alum: lot 4-tti; N. 15
-ve., 45 mlii. V , true 100 (t ulonir lot
448; S. 78 ilt-ir., 15 mlu. W.. truo 75 ft.
ulouj: Speuofr vtiiuo to Initial point.
An men of 7600 nju ire fiet.
I'litri-iheruHtja WOODKN 1UMLD
I SO ii'il ul 1 impioM-meiils tiiri-.oii ,
I lie null Ih mo well plll-iluil i 1 111
liultuie) oriiumeutal trues.
The sale Itf xul'Jtet to au ul t-xpirml
It'itni ii-tilt;iiviJ to Dr. N It it-ol, thu
Hiune oiuiliiKon tho 4lh iluy of August,
ISS)7, at a inonthly ronial of $2u.
TERMS: CubU lu U. S. Oolil Coin.
Convuyniice at tlin expeii"e of tlie
luirchncer. J. M. CAMAHA, Jr.
Ailniluitttra or JCstutu of Queriuo Fer
niuukis. Cfa5S'ilo euliject
to approval of the
J. S. WALKER,
(li'.sbiui. Aiilnt ton Hawaiian Im.ami.
Itoynl IiiHiirnnco Compnny.
Alliauco Ahtur.iucu Company.
Alliauco Murine and General Abiiiirauco
Hun Lifo Axuuranco Company if Cnniula.
Willieluin of SIiKlgeliuig Iimunucu Com
pany. Poolllhh Union ami Nntinnal Inmn.mce
lloom 13 SprecUU lllot-k, Honolulu, II. I.
JANUARY 14, 18!7.
r- i- t'iiii n i imiiimi
LUBRICAT1NG OILS AND
The sugar season of 1897 is
at hand, and now that we
have fairly entered on the New
Year it is time to think about
business and making a little
money to spend next Christ
mas. A dollar saved is a dol
lar made, as everyone knows,
and one way to save money is
to use a first-class quality of
Lubricating Oil. To those
who are as yet unacquainted
with the"Colorado"Brands, we
beg to say that while we do
not believe in decrying the
product of our competitors, we
do believe in stating the truth
as forcibly as possible, namely,
that we have the finest Lubri
cants, that for density of vis
cosity, hijjh fire test and per
fect working qualities can not
The Colorado brands of
lubricants are the Diamond"C"
Cylinder Oil, Colorado Cylin
der Oil, Extra Valve Oil, Red
Seal Valve Oil, Engine Oil,
Dynamo Oil and Aiachinery
Oils. They are the best and
cheapest in the market.
In addition to the above we
carry a full line of lubricants
and lubricating compounds of
all kinds for plantation and
We also desire to call atten
tion to our hand-painted oil
containers, which are useful,
ornamental and economical.
They hold sixty gallons and
will save their costin a month.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckole' Bank
NO. 307 FOUT STREET.
Now L'luillue from Hark
"n. P. Ubeucy." . .
Best South Yorkshire
Hard Steam Coal
ffiT" 5iiitaliln for all Stenni pur-po-it).
TliU (Joul I alfo n favorite for
DOMESTfO US PC !
Tn ijiinntliiu.i to cult.
2S40 L"bs. to the Ton!
BM Full WelKhtguarantseil. De
livered free to uuy part of the city,
Steam Navigation fomp'y
Office To Let,
At 207 Mtrelmnt Street.
Peerless Preserving PBiut Compnny.
The Evening Jiulletin, 75 cents
I am iiiBtructeil by Mrs. F. S.
Pratt, to dispoHc of her Wnikiki
Projiorty t Public Auotion, at
tny BalosroomH, curnor of Fort
and Queon stroeta,
On MONDAY, Jan. 18, 1897,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOK.
This opportunity of scouring a
Magnificent Waikiki Bo.icb Lot
is unrtiHibtsdly tho finest over
otlercil mid mor.1 certuiuly tho
best ohaucj to (.'btiiiu a Supoib
Seasitlo Iti.sidonce. The loca
tion anil Butli'ng aio par ox
colloneo. Tho Piopeity is thick
ly planted with w ell-grown cocoa
nut and other trees, and well
covered with iiinnionio grans.
Tho I'ropei ty has beou wisely
divided to suit the requirements
of any intending purchaser or
can bo diapoo&d of in tuto.
A Plan of sumo may bo seon at
my Auction Ituoui.
K-C" For further particulars,
W. S. LUCE,
Real Estate Broker.
SOD Morohunt Straat.
FOR SALE and TO LET.
House on Boliool fitreet; pntlor, gererul
l)(1raomH, Uitclipii, pjnlry, nutlionnon unil
Htnblo formerly occuiilod by Ilou. W. U.
IIoubo on ltobello lano, Falaiua, ,1 bod.
roomu. (tiniug-rooui, kitchen, bnthroom,
curringo houho unci stable, Urfjo jnril.
Hon Be on Yuiiug street; pnrlor, 2 bod
roouiH, kitchen, pantry, (iiitent closet, eto.
Lot opposlto Luualilo llurue; healthy und
Furnished Itooma; l'ropirty in all parts
of the city.
The Annual Meetinc of the Stookhold
ore of tho Cnpital UolFeo ic Commeroiul
Couipiny, Llmitod, will bo hold on Tues
day, the 2lHt iiiHt., ut 10 o'clock a. in., at
the ofllco of tho Hawuiiaa 8afo Ucpoait nud
Ser-retary C. 0. & 0. Co., Id.
Honolulu, Jan. 0. 1897. flO.l.lOt
StibcoribH for the Evening Bni,
.ktin, 75 cunts per uioutU.
r-j i f M
. 1 jjjt f r 9kw- yyK . ' ;?n I i
Tlie Manufactuiw' Shoe Co, gwtt3ivelY
lifcfion Sales by W. S. Luce. Auction Sales by IF. S. Luce.
i K fl &l SPS ffl & f! g-
tan .. Mmmm, i i.i rtUaw.n'i"'ii.
By or.lorof Mib. W. H. Smith, i
shall soil nt my Auction
On MONDAY, Jan. 18, '97,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
lt Vuluablo tiieco nf land on
Muiikii sido of liorotuniii streot
close to rt'fitlouoe of T. It. Lucas,
Ecq , having u frontage on Bero
tania street of 100 feet and run
ning through to Kin.) u street 200
feet with a frontage of 100 foot cm
Kinau Ktrout. Thero are threo
llouxi's on the proporty bringing
in u yearly rental of SCU0-una
room for more dwollingd.
2 V.ihinblo Ilomostoad on Ala
pai street, corner (iuurry and
Lunalili) stieets, mio b'eok from
residence of J. F. llackfold, Esq ,
at .pro-iout occupied by F. E.
Nichols, Esq. Tlio House is new
with most niodoru improvements
and iippliniici'3. Eleguitly finish
ed. Cutliedjnl aud plato glass
throughoul, sanolhing novel and
3 Al'ist valunblo jiroporty on
Fort sireet dj -ning ifigh School
gr nuila with 2 line d rollings ou
miinc, .iluiiys occupied nud com
niiindiug fine lontnls owing tn tho
ueiunoss to tho city and uuequnl
ed locality, boing ou high ground
and diaimd to tho street.
Tuis is undunbtodly tho finest
ofler inado to tho public for somo
tune pust. giiug iinyono u ohnnco
for a Town or .Suburban residonco,
or a siiioiilutor a surety of lmud
some rotums on his investments,
especial y us tho localities are of
tho host and none otlior availablo
in tho v.cinitios. lusuratice is pre
paid on ull buildings for 2$ years
to como and Water rates to July
1-t. Titles pi-rloct.
Tonus Cash in U S Gold Coin.
Di'id at exp.'ii-o if inch .hup
Foi further piiiiei luru, npplv to
W. S. LUCK.
Invites to Select from the
Fioucli Silks and Siting,
JiipnuoFO Silk Handkerchiefs,
Silk Ribbons, Volvets,
Dress Goods of every description,
Flannels in nil oolots,
Skirting, Serges, Lining, Cot
Blnnkots, Quilts, Shooting,
Curtains, Towels, otc,
C'othing. Shoos. Fancy and
Swoaters, Socks, Collars, Cutlsi
Umbrellas, Handkeiohiefs, etc
At Eidioulous Low Pi'ices