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EVENING JJUJjIjETIN, JANUARY 'Jo, 187.
5I?? Euci?ir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, JAN. 25, 1897.
Although MmSrmuish authorities
in Cnim hnvo no restriction upon
tluii tiiuiHiiiisjion of intellignuco
to Hi" outsiilo world, nud although
it in of tho utmost iniportnuco to
tho Ciotruiueiit of Spnin thnt it
should receive cheering news of
tho catunnign nguinot tho rebels,
nearly nil tho war reports for the
past month hnvo announced victor
ies for tho insurgents. Some of
tho repoitod victories, such us tho
taking of 8(iutn Clura by storm,
are of tho highest importance.
General Gomez is in tho sumo
connection reported to bo moving
upon Hnvaun with 18,000 men
hardened in buttle to the bravery
of veterans. All that comes from
the Spanish side, in this
time, is a report that General
"Weyler is going to inako
u grand finishing stroke, or that
he has gone out to find General
Gomea. Even when tho recent
news from the sent of wnr is suit
ably discounted, as tho outsido
world is compelled from expori
cuco to tlo, tho probabilities sup
port the conclusion that tho in
surgents are gaining substantial
ground right nlong. Something
decisive may be expected before
long from Havana or its closo
vicinity. The situation is one
that justifies to the fullest extent
the eouservutivo attitude of tho
United States administration. No
stage 1ms yet been reached where
outside interference would not
Lave been giosaly premature.
Speuking of tuberculosis, an
exchange reports an address of a
member of tho faculty of a medi
cal college, in which it was de
clared that meat eaters wero far
uu.o liable to this disease than
vegetarians. "Highly bred cattle,
the large milk givers," this physi
cino said, "wore peculiarly liable
to this disente. Neither was it
enRy to detect this disease and
often a muu's whole herd was
found to be infected. Of course
they must then be all destroyed.
Equally, of course, tho govorn
met should recompense tho
owner nt leat in part to eucourago
him uud nil other owners to ob
sorvo the strictest care in the
It is not nn occasion for unmix
ed regret that tho chosen hun
dred of our military marksmen
Lave lieeu defeated, by a moderate
margin, in the contest with tho
choice hundred of tho much larger
California National Guard. Tho
result will stimulate the ambition
of Hfiwmnu shooters to keep in
the fiont with the flower of all
the world. It will also bo ueoful
in checking tho dovolopmout of
Cuiicfit for everything local, which
bun in more than ono subject been
a canker upon the face of excel
lence. Chauvinism would be
rather out of place as a popular
cull iii Hawaii at the present junc
ture. Under tho new law restrictive
of immigration to tho United
States, none more thun sixtoeu
yenis of ago will be admitted who
cannot road and writo, in the lang
tiago of his nativo country, fivo
lines of tho United States consti
tution. TIiib ought to effectively
bar the illiterate, but what about
educated scamps? Some of tho
worst Anarchists are polished
If tho Hagey euro for alco
LoliHm, oto., is a permanent one in
mortt cases, as is claimed and
Ihern has appeared no evidouco to
the contrary, tho establishment of
the local Instituto where it is ud
.uiiuistorod on a permanent basis
ought to bn hnilud n nn untor
I prist? of gonuiuo philatitliropy.
Ono of tho best strokes of news
paper chic of tho season has been
inndo by tho Montreal Witness. It
is a "Panorama of tho PnBt Year"
covering two full pages, composed
of woll-drnwn cartooiiB of tho
loading ovents of 1890 at homo nnd
abroad. Tho work is worthy of
While elegant mansions and
cosy villas are rnpidly covering
suburban hillsides nud plains,
many odd lots upon tho principal
old streets aro having orccted on
them cheap tenements nnd mdo
huckster shops. Why is this so?
With John Shorman as Secre
tary of State, thoro will bo no
fireworks in American diplomacy.
This is not saying, however, thnt
tho rights of tho nation and of its
citizens in foreign parts will not
ho well protected.
THE IIMJI'.Y IN.STIIUri:,
Mot IlPpoilbtc fur the Condition
of llullpy tlip rainier.
Editor Bulletin: Wo under
stand that ono Dailey, a painter
by trade, has represented that ho
has taken tho Hngoy euro for al
coholism at our Institute nnd wo
havo just learned thnt said Dailey
is drunk nud thnt remarks aro be
ing mndc about his return to his
Ho has never received treatment
at our hands. Ho has been
about our looms mingling with
tho men nnd him been piesent nt
our club meetings nnd in every
way troated as a gentleman. Wo
aro forced to muke this statement
to correct nny impression that
might ho made through his rep
The Haoey Institute.
fleeninu Nllcur Nolo.
The members of tho Beichstng
who will represent tho sugnr in
terests do not intend to ondnngor
what tlioy Imvo got by iibking for
more. They will oppose nny
reduction in tho bounty grants or
alteration in tho arrangement for
18!)G-37. nnd thpy hnve n mnjorily
of the Beichitng with thorn.
Tho export of Gorrann rnw
sugnr to tho United btntes assum
ed onormoiiB proportions in tho
pnst year. From January to
November last the totals wore
2,397,191 double (or meter) hundred-weight,
as against 473,151 in
1895 nnd 075,057 in 1891. Tho
rnw sugnr exports to Englnnd
during these periods fell off
There is butter nnd thoro is
butter but there i'b no buttor thnt
arrives in Honolulu so sweet nnd
fresh ns the Mikilua and Wninnne
Butter. Its rnpid trnusit by rail
direct from tho dairy to the Pnln
mn Grocery's large ico box so
conveniently situated opposite tho
railwny dopot enables us to
handlo it to the best advnutngn.
No wonder wo nro doing euch a
lnrgo buttor business, when wo
nro selling this fino buttor at 35c.
por lb. Pnlnma Grocery, oppo-
sits Railway Depot, King Btreet.
I'lcnch MiK'ir l'liinlcrN.
Tho Fronoh sugar plnutors in
Mnrtiniquo nnd Guadnloupoaroin
ns bnd a plight ns thoso in the
British colonies. They hnvo
memorialized the French Govern
ment to tho effect that tho French
colonial sugar industry is on the
verge of utter ruin, and demand
that against tho home bounty
system they shall bo allowed a
grant of 5 francs on overy 100
kilograms thoy txport, whothor to
Franco or foroigu countries. Tho
English Commissioners havo sail
ed for Domornrn on tho steamer
While John Apio was turning
into Alaa road Saturday with his
family his buggy ran into a rut
and capsized. His infant son was
quite seriously iujured. Tho road
at this point is nearly alwnys in n
bad condition nnd should be
lookod after by tho Roud Supervisor.
im: Mimi.Mi i'on!IMm:i. I
NnKirlliliiir Hlorr Ihiiii lltv l'ro.lrili-it
lllryrlr tenth nl Itcnnlii.
Tho mooting culled for this eve
ning nt the Chamber of Commerce
rooms by those interested in tho
schomo to build n bicycle track,
etc., at Kownlo hns boon post
poned until AVcdnosdny ovening
nt tho fmmo time nud place.
Tho purchaso of n pieco of
ground for building n bicycle
track, erecting a club houRO aud
grand stand is the project tiutlor
consideration aud is to be definite
ly settled at tho mooting. Tho totnl
cost of this undortnking will be
nbout S8000 nnd tho promoters
will endeavor to form n stock com
pany and innko tho shnres low
enough to allow wheelmen in
general to possess nt lenst ono
share of stock each. Tho
balanco can bo raised among
tho morchauls aud general public.
If this project goes through
it will givo Honolulu a fine
track, throe laps to tho milo,
iu tho middle of which will bo nn
artificial hike; tho grand stand,
club houios, otc, being built on
the outer edge. Tho whole to bo
fenced in nndn populnr ndmiesion
fee chnrged. Under tho proposed
arrangements it is thought more
than likely that tho stock will pay
dividends. Everyone intorested
in bicycling is invited to attend
tho meeting on Wednesday night
at tho Chamber of Commorco
Rooms nt 7:30. Quito a number
of prominont citizens have pro
mised to be present and financial
ossiBtanco from many of tho mer
chants is offered.
Tho Artogrnph is n valuable
aid to anyone wishing to learn to
skoteh from nature without nn in-i.l:iic'.-.
1rico $8.00. King Bros,
hnvo them for ealo.
With Board, fr two gentlemen.
Apply ut Bulletin Olllco. 510 lw
Hawaiian Quintette Club.
Will provido Plrat-class Music for Re
ceptions, 1'ici.ic, LuutiH, Grand Hull, etc.,
etc. All orders uiveu prompt nttcution.
gjgf Le&Tcoruerrwitli "Kn HnleOlwi"
W. W. Dimoiid, or to Oaiu D. Wilioknl,
111 : iciii'dln i rfot. 615 lir
Lodge Le Progres Do
There will be a regular meeting of
Lodge Lb Progiee, No. 121 A. & A. 8
Rlfp. fit t llolr Intli'M i nn m Pi ttiinii ('..
tie Hull, Fort Ht.e. t, TIlTS (Motidnv)
BVENING, January H5th, ut 7:30
There will be work In tho Flrht De
gree Members of Hawaiian and Pacific
Lodite and all MiJnurntnK brethren
uiu fraternitlly inviiil to he present.
By Order of the W M :
KDWARO A. WILLIAMS,
Election of Officers.
At tho annual meellnir of tho Ger
man Benevolent Society the following
Odium were le-electeil:
Hon. II. A. Wldemann President
Hon. J. F. Hackfeld
Vice 1'renliient amlTruBtee
Mr. F. ScIiiiIizh Treusurer
Mr. J. F K.kardt St'oMary
Mr. H. J.Nolte Auditor
JOHANNES F. ECKARDT,
510 2t SeoreUry G. B. 8.
Election of Officers.
Tiie Portugtioe Mutual Benefit So
ciety of Hxunli, ui it" regular meet
ing helil ut Honolulu on the 10th day
of Jmiiixrv, A D. 1897, elected the fol
lowing Officer for Hit, year 1897:
J. M VI vat President
J I'. R-drliMiea Vice President
C. Fnn Seoretary
A. G. Silva, Jr Treasurer
noAiiD of numerous.
J. Fernan e-, J. It Moniz, L F
Meuezes, J. G. Farla uml J. R, Sautos)
J. M. Gomes, A. H. R Vlelra, O. F.
Rodrlguen, D. L. Vlelra uud F. K.
Tranuuadft. O. FARIA,
Honolulu, J-uiuary 23, 1897. 51(1 3t
Building1 v Lot
Situated on the South corner of
Beretanta nud River streets, 100 foet
on each ctreet; It will bo one of tho
best locations for business within a
WILL BE SOLD CHEAP.
gjBf For futher particulars, nn
ply to W. O AOHI & CO.
The Evening Bulelinx 76 cents
5 St 3 5 V I WpIw
We have an immense con
signment of new goods on the
way which will make quite a
sensation when we expose them
for sale. In .the meantime, we
desire to call your attention to
a few little articles which are
indispensable in all well-regulated
The Gem Ice Shaver is
just what vou want. After
you have used it once you
will realize how much ice you
might have saved in the days
gone by, not including the
wear and tear of your temper.
The Gem Ice Shaver is handy,
cheap, economical and labor
saving. Get one.
Fish Scalers. Aany
housekeepers object to pre
paring fish for the table, be
cause of the bother of scaling
them. We have a handy little
instrument for the purpose
which does the work quickly
without scattering the scales
all over the house. They are
cheap. Get one.
French Slicers These
are light carvers, sharp and
flexible as Chinese razors, just
the thing for choice undercuts
and tenderloin steaks. We
have them in several styles.
Carvers We have them
in sets, all styles, ivory, bone,
wood and metal handles at
prices ranging from $4 to $ 5.
Bread Knives All kinds
in ivory, wood or metal handles,
including the celebrated Clauss
Silver Plated Spoons and
forks in great variety.
Most of the above you can
put in one of our metal fork
and spoon baskets, which
must be seen to be appreciated.
They are cheap, durable and
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
Tho Meeting of Bicyclists
and others interested in this
sport is postponed till
Wednesday Evening, Jan
uary 27, 1897,
AT 7:30 O'CLOCK,
At the Chnmber of Com
merce Room. 51G-3t
By Each Steamer.
Table .". DeMcacies
A specialty at
VOELLER & CO.'S,
20 Borotauia Street, Waring Block.
BST Telephone G80 -a
Eleotion of Officers.
At a meeting of the Stockholders of
the People's Ico und Refrigerating
Company, L'd., held thlu day, the fol
lowing oflloera were duly elected:
J A. McCandlees President,
J. A. Magoon Vice President,
E. A. Jones Secretary,
D. W. Corbett Treasurer,
T. W. Hobron Auditor.
The. above named otllcern constitute,
the Board of Directors.
E. A. JONES,
Honolulu, January 21, 1897.
. say Mf n:
1 1 tl - m v"..'
All Shades and Colors ! Extra Quality !
Reduced for This Week Only to
10 Yards for $1.00
In the YEAR
Aro tlio kind of goods wo
linndlo. Whilst tho holidays
havo raado groat gups in sotno
linos, most of our linos will
still bo found very com
plete, notably thnt of Watches.
It tnkos a good many sales to
ranko an impression in our
stock, wo carry so many.
Watches for $3
For mon and boys, and
Watches for $300
For thoso with a longor
purso and au inclination for
8omothing out of tho ordinary.
"Wo want to add you to our
list of pleased watch customers,
uo matter how little or how
much you havo to spend for tho
purposo. Wo havo tho goods,
and our many yoars of oxpori
onco will bo gladly given to nid
you in selooting ono whioh will
bo bost for you.
"H onohi 1 n.
You can save money for tho
NET 13 DAYS
by making your purchases in
tho Stationery ar.d Book Line,
Guitars, Banjos, Musical
Goods, etc., of J. M. WEBB
3- At this Sale all Paper
Novels will go at half-price
whero two or more are wanted.
Make monov by saving it in
316 Fort Street.
The IteRldenca of E R. Hendry, corner
Kinnn and PenBacolu Btreets. House con
tains Eight Itoouis aud bus all the modern
conveniences. Largo grounds. Tel. 301.
Corner of LnnnUlo and r-ousaoola atroets,
Five Lots. 70 feet by 125 feet each. The
most dcsirablo residence properly for Bala
on the plains. For torms apply to
MllS. E 11. MNDIIY,
485-H Telephone 301,
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless Presenilis; Paint Company.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OmcKi 203 Merohant Btreet, Campbell
lllocV rear of J. O. Carter' office. V. Q,