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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 18, 1897.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
' Co. A is callod out for battalion
Seo the 10a bargains of tho
Tcmplo of Fashion.
Oahu Lodge, K. of P., advertise
a eocial and danco tomorrow ovo
ning. Superior broakfast sauBngo is a
spccialfy at tho Central Market.
King up 101.
TT TVf Q TrtnttiQ will tavn rw
y ' Siturday for the South.' Tho
- . 3 SX'ltl Swan is roported as being
Ka'aikauaka was arrested this
morning on complaint of Nahnlau,
a waluno who accuses him of
threatening her with bodily in
A number of tho friends of J.
S. Muirhoad wore down on th'd
Albert this morning to bid him
farowoll. He expects to roturn by
Tho Honolulu Iron Works is
repairing somo old sugar mill
i rollers, so that plantations can
obtain them at short notico in
case of accident.
Somo Ewa stock changed hands
recently at 175. Oahu Sugar
Company stock is already at a
premium, 103 being asked though
' no sales are reported.
J. W. Yarndlty, chorus master,
issues a call to all members of
choral bodies, for a meeting at tho
High School on Tuesday evening
to form a Choral Society.
Monday next boing the fifth
anniversary of the death of the
Bishop of Olba, requiem mass
will be celebrated at the Roman
Catholio Cathedral at 7 a. m.
Mika, a nativo, is under arrest
for pulling taro bolongiug to Yau
Foou. ' Mika says tho taro was
his because he planted, it but the
Chinaman swears differently.
Tho Minister of tho Interior
and J. R. Gilliland and wifo havo
exchanged deeds for portions of
land near Vineyard street on ac
" count of projected street improve
ments. One of the rollers of the new
mill at Lihue broke a day or two
since, and Ewn plantation was
called on for tho loan of one to
replace it. Tho Lihuo mill was
recently imported from St. Louis.
Passengers on tho Boretania
street cars have to change cars
while the now switch at Alapai
stieet is being put iu, and in ono
imtance yesterday aftoruoon wore
unnecessarily hurried in doing
Major McLeod's battalion will
have moonlight drill tonight. The
Second Battalion, Major Jonos,
will drill toraorrov night. The
men aro required to assemble at the
drill shed on both evenings at 7
Thoro are a number of horse
moo who are anxiously awaiting
an announcement from tho Jockey
Club concerning the 11th of Juno
races, and who would liko to com
mence training their horses for
A party of local capitalists in
terested in coffee and other planta
tions in the Kona district leave on
the Miuua Loa tomorrow on a
tour of inspection. Prominent
among them aro F. A. Sohaofor,
Tom May, Harry Lewis and W.
The threatening weathor of last
ovening kept many away from tho
Makes Island band concert who
otherwise would have attonded.
Manager Pain put on extra cars,
which were not all needed, and
tharo were many cycling partios
Singers load tho world. Over
18,000,000 made and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
tonstruction, regularityof motiou,
easo of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, easo of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Borgersen, agont,
1GJ Bothol streets.
Some of the following ar
ticles are the best of the kind
beyond question. Some are
in dispute. All are money
back if you don't like them.
Schilling's Best. .
The Board of Education is in
session this afternoon.
A coal laden bark was reported
off Black point at 2:30 p. m.,v
The City of Poking is duo from
San-Francisco on Saturday with (
nifflif rlnwa' frvtnil nn1 nnnava i
uguv vij ui uuv it;uiot
There was a short mooting of
tho stockholders of the Oahu
Sugar Company this morning.
Tho full battalion of tho Icarus
with a field pieco were on shoro
for drill previous to sailing on
Tho membors of tho Mounted
Rcservo took a spin out to Waiki
ki and back last night after drill
at tho bull grounds.
A coVrugated iron building, to
bo used as a tool and ropair shop.
has beon erected at tho Borotama
street pumping station.
Tho captaiu of H. M. S. Icarus
said today that ho expected to get
away on Saturday, but might not
go till Sunday morning.
There was a large audionco at
tho Christian church last even
ing, tho occasion being the lecturo
of John R. Mott on evangeliza
tion. The annual meeting of the Hos
pital Flower Society will be held at
tho Y. M. C. A. hall on Friday
afternoon, February 19, at 4
In order to nivo all contractors
a chance at tho job, tho timo for
tue award or bias on tno new
Campbell block will bo extended
a few days.
There was a short meeting of
tho Executive Committeo of tho
Queen's Hospital this morning on
matters couuocted with the Hospi
tal and Bishop estate.
The Hooulu and Hoola Lahui
Society will hold their annual
meeting tomorrow at 10 o'clock at
tho Eupiolani Maternity Home.
All members aro requested to at
tend. The regular weekly meeting 6f
Christian Workers will bo held
tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
at the Y. M. C. A. hall. Mr. J. R.
Mott will address the meetiug. A
cordial invitation is oxtonded to
all to bo present on this occasion.
Captain Griffiths of tho bark
Albert was much better today, al
though his luugs wero still soro
from the salt water he imbibed in
his recent fall into tho bay. Many
of his friends wont down this
morning to seo him off, tho vessel
leaving shortly before noon.
WILL NT AY IN KGYI'T.
Important Niicecli liy Kir Michael
London, Feb. 5. Somo impor
tant statements were made today
iu tho Houeo of Commons on tho
voto of $3,994,010 for tho expen
ses of the rooent Anglo Egyptian
expedition up tho Nilo to Don
gola. Sir Michael Hicks-Beach,
Chancellor of the Exchequer, re
ferred to the decision of the
Egyptian mixed court of appeals
in refusing to allow tho funds of
tho Caisso of the Egyptian debt
to be used to defray the expenses
referred to, thus compelling
Great Britain to advanco tho
money required. Tho Chancellor
of the Exchequer declared that tho
court of appeals had thus creatod
"and next year, a great question
will ariso regarding the court's
powers and authority and whether
it should bo allowed to thus in
terfere in affairs. The main cause
of tho prolonged British occupa
tion is that France, especially,
never allowed Great Britain a
froo hand iu Egypt. In volun
tarily retiring from that country,
Franco thereby threw upon Great
Britain tho whole responsibility
for tho safety of Egypt, and Groat
Britain may fairly demand a free
hand in porforraanco of her re
sponsibilities. The Government
bnlinve that their policy in Egypt
is right and will not bo forced out
of it by hindrances and difficulties
such as tlio rofusal of money.
The next advance will bo to Abu
Hamed and, probably tho advance,
lator, will go farther, but how far,
it is impolitic to say."
Mr. John Morloy, who was
Chief Secretary for Ireland in
Lord RoBebory's administration,
commented upon tho gravity of
tho statements made by the
Chancellor of the Exchequor, es
pecially in regard to tho action of
France and Russia in tho matter
of the Cuiese, "which," Mr. Mor
loy declared, "is a diroct and most
imprudent cballongo to thoso
powers who questioned the siu
enrity of the British policy."
"Tho Government has. now
avowed," continued Mr. Morloy,
"that the expedition was the first
step iu a prolonged,-costly, and
dangerous operation which it is
nothing short of madness for the
Government to gratuitously plunge
Sir Wm. Harcourt, the Liberal
leader, described tho references of
Sir Michael Hicks-Boach to
France and Russia, as "mischiev
ous and dangerous." Ho added
that tho questions raised might in
volve not a half million, but mil
lions if the Government ombarked
in them in the spirit of dofianco
and hostility to tho great military
powers of Europe.
Sir Michael Hicks-Btach and
Mr. George N. Curzon, parlia
mentary socrotary for the Foreign
office, protested against tho "un
warranted interpretation" which
Sir Wm. Vernon Harcourt had
placed upon tho former's languaeo.
After further discussion Mr. Vo
Boy Knox, mombor for London
derry City, moved to reduce tho
voto by tho amount of Iroland's
Bharo. Tho motion was rejected.
Mr. John Dillon, M. P., anti
Parnollito, of East Mayo, opposed
tho vote. Ho said: "Tho real
difficulties bogjn when wo come
face to faco with the Aby'ssinians,
led by Russian officers and armed
with French arms."
Tho voto was adopted by 1G9 to
These aro days of considerable
anxiety and perplexity to all who
havo possessions or other interests
in tho Republic of Hawaii, and it
iB timo that our citizens came to a
mutual understanding on several
important issues. Tho prospects
for Annexation appear attpresout
vague and iudistinct, and our
destiny cannot bo forotold with
certainty. Thoro aro thoso, also,
who still fondly cling to tho hope
of a roturn to tho old order of
things, and who cannot bo per
suaded otherwise, yet this out
look appears far moro hazy than
that of Annexation oven to the
most hopeful disciplos of tho
Monarchy. But, fortunatoly, in
the midst of all this uncertainty
thoro is solaco in the fact that
Buffalo Beer has came to stay and
that patrons of all sorts and
opinions may equally sharo tho
benefits of its invigorating and
sustaining properties. Wo aro
moreover assured that this favorito
brow will continue to bo dispens
ed as herotoforo at tho Royal,
Pncifio and Cosmopolitan Sa
loons. Attention, Company A.
Armory Company A , N. G. II., 1
Honolulu, February 18, 1897. J
AEvory Member of this Command is
hereby ordered to report at the Drill
Blind THIS (Thursday) EVENING,
February 18, at 7s39 o'clock, for
White .trousers, leggings, belt and rifle.
B37 It Captain Commanding.
NOTICE TO SINGERS.
All Members of Church Cholra and
Choral .Organizations are respectfully
Invited 'to bo presont at the High
School Building on TCmnii street,
TUE8DAY EVENING, February
23, at 7:80 o'clock, for the purpose of
organizing a Choral Society.
J. W. YAItNDLEY,
537 fit Chorus Mister.
Monday, Feb. 32, 1897,
Of the Doath of the Late
Right Rct. Hermann, Bishop of Olba.
Requiem Muss at 7 o'clook
A. M. 538 'Jt
Oahu Lodge, No. I
K. of P.,
WILL HOLD A
Social $ Dance
At their Castle Hall,
Friday Evening, Feb. 19.
tft" Danolng will corarnenco at 8
o'clock sharp, . 037-2 1
Olnliratntl fnr Ita rrfent Innvrnlnrr afrrntrth
; anil kcaituhilnets. AMiirce tlio food oiraliul
alum nud all form of adulteration common
to tho cheap brands. KoYAl, Hakixu Tow
iieii Co , New Yoiik.
Havo you a copy of the : :
: : Hobron Drug Co's. now
The bo&k is different from tho
ordinary cook-book. Its froo to
anyone who will call or write.
Bettor get 'Olio to-day.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
New Goods in All
Just Reoelved ex 8. 8. " Australia "
a Full Lino of
Blank . Books
35 r. Papeterie ; our price 25c.
50o. " " " 35o.
75o. anil 83c. ' " fioo.
50o. Tablets ' " 25o.
50c. " " ." 30c.
50o. " " " 85c.
See Prices iuOur Show Win.
316 Fort Street.
'.For (Sale !
Small Donatio Cocoanuts ready
for transplant!!. Apply to
W. E. ROWELL.
The partnership heretofore existing
between Ah Yin and Lu Hong under
the firm namo of "Clm Yin Kee" is
hereby dissolved, Lu Hong having
bought the Interest of Ah Yin: tho
bublnexs referred to la tho Sailor's
Home Rextaurant. 535 3t
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First-class grocers include
among their patrons people
whoso tastes run to tho dainty.
It may not pay the dealer to
handle such goods alone hut
if ono of our 1800 customers
wants, Armour's Sliced Bacon
in tins wo feel under obligations
to that customer to keep a
stock on hand to supply his
wants. That's how wo came to
order it first, ono man wanted
it. Now our sales average
nearly a dozen cases a week
and wo seldom sell more than
ono tin at a timeT Armour's
goods are all right, particularly
his sliced bacon.
The best Block Butter is
worth half a dollar a pound
too high to uso for cooking.
The next grade is California
Creamery soils for 25 cents;
still high for a largo family
whero much of it is used. A
kit contains 25 pounds, wo
sell ono for $7.50 and tho but
ter is good enough for tho
table. This is whut you call
California Pig Pork is a
delicacy hero becauso moro
and better caro is given to tho
feeding of tho pigs. Thoro's no
question about the quality of
tho American hog and this
pig pork wo sell is from select
ed young pigs, nothing strong
about it and not a bad piece, in
a 25lb. keg. It's yours to try.
Other articles wo recom
mend Salmon Bellies and
Bloater Mackerel. They aro
as great a' delicacy as can bo
found we swear by the
bloaters becauso thoy are prime
and fat a single one if you
want it or a kit.
Lewis & Co.,
Kort Street, - - Honolulu.
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Painty Oils and Glass
Wall Paper, Mattings,
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473 Fort Street, -
Savings : Bank
Notice is horoby given to Depo
sitors in tho Snviugs Dopartmont
of Glaus Sprockols & Co.'s Bank,.
that on and after April 1, 1897,
all intoreBt on thoir deposits will
SnvingR Depositors may with
draw thoir accounts without giv
ing previous notice, or thoy mny
lqavo same in our Bank on call.
Glaus Si'Iieokels & Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 17, 1897.
Hawaiian Quintette Club,
Will provide Firt-c!aBs Mtiflia (or Re
ceptions. 1'ici.iot, LunuH, Grand Halls, etc.,
fcto. All order fjivou prompt attention,
V Leavo orders with "Ka UaloOiwi'
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111 ltlchanU street. 0)5-Ih