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EVENING DUIjLKTIN, A Pit I L 17, I8!l7.
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Thu President iHrt?t tlmt ncittL-e lie
SAMUKL MILLS DAMON, Kso. ,
ban tliit ():ty Ixt-n cntmnliuloncil Min
ister of Foreign AHUIraiul interim.
, oi-:o. c. povrmt,
SfiTflmy PiiicIrii Onlee,
Kxectitlve Building, April 17, IStT.
Holders of water privileges, orthoe
H lup water 'r-Ue", lire liereliy unti
tled tlmt tile linui'd (or irrigation pur
poM'i are Irntn 0 to b o'clock A. m and
from A to 6 o'clock v. m.
Kiipt. Honolulu Wi4ter Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, MtuUter of
Honolulu, H. I., April 0, lh!7.
3) Euei7ii?5 Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
SATURDAY, ALUUL 17, 1897.
In the (Gerinnn parliament
early tbis mouth ft motion, pre
vailed for tho complete abrogation
of the .lesnit exclusion law, also a
uuil inn to restoro in tho courts tho
ndininistoring of the oatli accord
ing to tlio teligious iff witnnssos.
Unminglcd tolerance is Rood poli
cy in the long run. There nro
abundant resources of trie 1 merit
for the protection of free commu
nities from clinical intcrforenco in
politics. On tho very stuo date
Hb that of tlieso transactioiiB in
the Reichstag, tho Minister of
Justico of Franco was nblo to give
a satisfactory answer to au inter
pellation regarding tho alleged
aggressive atiitude of Clericals in
that country. After saying that
the statements in respect to tho
interference complained of had
been greatly exaggerated, he de
clared that tho Cabinet would'
always resolutely ou force all prop
er respect for the rights of tho
civil authorities. The questioner
expressed himself as satisfied with
this declaration on the part of the
Uruguay is sustaining Iheequa
toiial reputation with an old
fashioned itolution. I'olitical
doldrums never provail long in
that quaiter. Tho latest by tho
Mariposa's mail was that the in
surgents had been dofeated with
heavy loss, but there were moro
whoio they came from, and pour
ing to tho front over tho Brazilian
border. It is a wonder the uni
versal moralist who cries out for
interforonco with outrage in the
old world has nothing to say
about tho perouuial freebootiug
and throatcutting in the now
Great Britain has scored again
in great feats of diplomacy by
getting a lease of DelacoaBay for
thirty j ears and that without the
knowlodgoof the Trausvaal Gov
ernment. Tho annual rental she
is to pay is two and a half million
dollars. Apparently tho transac
tion signifies tho retirement of
Portugal from Africa. It gives
Great Britain new vnutapo ground
of tremoudoiib imporlauee.
Tn its issue of tho Dili inst.,
from wluuh the Chicago Chroni
cle's dispatch elsewhere printed
has been cut, the San Francisco
Examiner editotially euines out
ilatfootod for the annexation of
Hawaii. It argues that tho issuo
now is between the Americans and
tho Japauoso, also that the control
of tho nutives has passed away
Next to nrbitratiou tho friendly
game of chess boing arranged bo-
twuen tho House of' Common's at
"Vi'6lmiu8tor and tho House of
, Jtopresentatives at Washington is
,uioit significant of good iuternu-
tional feeling. If tho game should
interfere with quorums it may
thoreby only check hasty legisla
tion in either or both of tho as
Annexation is coming now.
i,AT:sr i-oiii:imx xr.ws.
Continued from 11 lwc.
ject, namely, the liboiatiou of tho
Cretans. In conclusion tho Mar
quis said no government dare as
sume tho responsibility of isolated
action in the Eastoru question.
The conviction still prevails nt
Athens that tho blockade of
Groeco will not bo ouforcod, al
though somo diplomats beliove it
will soon bo an accomplished fact.
Tho ministerial Proia indignantly
denies the chargo that thoGovcru
mont is prepared to barter Crete
for the territory assigned to
Greece by tho Borlin conference.
It is urged at Athens that tho
powers cannot lawfully provout
Greece from advancing to the
frontier granted hor by tho de
cision of united Europe, and of
which sho was deprived by tho
rofusal of Turkey to confirm the
l'rrpiirinc for Wr.
War preparations throughout
tho Turkish empire continue to bo
It is believed at Constantinople
that the Powers arc losing thoir
hold over tho course of events,
and that their so-called concert is
From Larissa. Gieece, it is
stated that in spite of tho otlicial
intelligence that the Powers havo
arranged to settle tho Cretan ques
tion by a plebiscite of the island,
there is no cessation of war pre
parations. Troops aro boing for
warded daily to the frontier and
posts aro being strengthened.
Tho transportation arrangements
aro admirable. Tho troops are
full of enthusiasm and thoy uro
The Patriarchs, a once powerful
oligarchy in Now York society,
havo disbanded owing to doclino.
Miss Grace Diusuiorc of Bing
hampton, N. Y., in answer to an
advertisement has consented to
part with tho middle finger of hur
light hand, at the middle joint,
for 81000. It is to bo graftod on
the hand of Mrs. C. V. Barton of
Houston, Texas, to replaco a dis
eased member. Miss Dinsmoro
is an orphan who has an ambition
to be a singer, and will ue the
money for her linger to educalo
hor in tho Boston Conservatory of
Torrents pinning into the lower
Mississippi tin eaten Houthorn
cities. Wholo families aro alloat
Seventeen guests of tho Hotel
Knox, Knoxville, Tpnnes'see, are
mih-jing since tho burning of the
hotel in a conflagration on the 8th
inst. Tho firo (lest toyed property
valued at 81,011,000, on which the
insurance was SOU ,210.
A cyclone in Georgia has de
vastated towns with much loss of
Presidont McKiuley is taking
a southern trip in the dispatch
Huntor is within two votes of
boing elected Senator for Ken
tucky. Sugar und other weighty mat
tars of the t.irifr will not bo con
sidered in tho Senate until tho
simpler schedules are disposed of.
The Navy Department invites
tondois for thrco moro 'i0 knot
A cargo of 3100 tons of sugar.
the first over received direct from
Eg pi, h irt.ui'iwdatN'uw Orleans.
Speaker Slrool of the' Kansas
Legislature has toqlifiod to au
attempt to bribe him with :fl000.
Biadhtieot's latest issuo shows
no improvement in business and
ii.H j gomr.illy depressing lono
Dinrunl was to bo produced .in
coutt on tho lUth for sentence
to San Quontiu to await execu
tion. His lawyer was to movo
for u htuy of proceedings and, if
not granted, would pross an ap
peal in tho United States
Suptemo Court in tho sixty duyn
that must at Ioast olapse beforo
Indianapolis streot railways aro
lighting a throe cuut fine law iu
Warrants ato out for tho arrest
of tho officers of tho dofuuet
Globe Saving IVink of Chicago,
nil the cln ip leoiMiig tuilii',
when tho bank was iiiMilvent.
Bonds of tho University of I Hi
now and n c.ish grant by tho
Legislature to that institution, both
together amounting to moro than
.800,000, seem to bo lost in tho
Tho Greater Now York charier
has beon returnod to the Legisla
ture with tho disapproval of Mayor
Strong of Now York und Mayor
Wuorstor of Brooklyn, Mayor
Glenson of Long Island City ap
proved tho charter.
The Arbucklos have lost their
injunction suit in Ohiongainst tho
Sugar Trust. AVhilo tho Court
finds that the Woolson company
is boing run for the benefit of
tho trust, and that coffee prices
woto lowered to hurt tho Ar
buckles, etc., yet it holds the
Arhuctclcs are not prosecuting tho
cuso in good faith, but ti protect
their grculer tiitoiofct.3 as cnfTo
roasters, and, Ihiireforo, though
an ordinary ntocklioldor might
have relief, "the At buckles cannot
Tho French Government will
prcBont a bill to moro effectually
safeguard public morality. It will
havo stricter consorship against
immoral songs, papers and pic
tures. The American Chamber of Com
merce m Paris has passed a reso
lution opposing duties on literary
and artistic products.
Ilio Jmiifunn Itnlil.
At tho Trnnsvanl parliamentary
investigation Dr. Jameson indig
nantly denied Inning told tho
officers that ho had tho Queen's
Government at his hack; remark
ing that it would have been idiotic
in lnm and absolutely untrue to
Sir John AVilloughby, in tolling
his story, said he gathored from
his talks with Mr. Jameson that
if he succeoded in entering Johan
nesburg, Lord llosemead,tho thou
Governor of Cape Colouy and Bri
tish High Commissioner for South
Africa, would do tho rest.
Piosident Kruegor has ordeied
that his grandson, Lioutouant
Elofl', shall bo plarod on trial
beforo u spociul court for tho
offensive language rocontly used
by him in a public reference to
Quoon Victoria ut Johannesburg
Pom has stopped the coining
of silver and prohibited tho im
portation of silver coins:-
April 10 was appointed by the
Government of New South H ulea
as a day of humiliation nud pray
er for rain.
iiie uongrcfis ot ontrul -unci-ica
nt Tegucigalpa, Ilomlina-, has
granted a concession for a railway
trom the Atluutic to the Pacific.
Tho Dominion Government is
going to organize a territorial gov
ernment to facilitate tho develop
inout of the gold fields of Plato
nicn, which tho geological survey
reports to bo tho richest on tho
continent. Tho chief difficulty is
not tho winter cold,buttho trouble
of getting supplies into tho couu
tiy. Mgr. DolYul, tho Papal ablo
gate to Canada, has hold a con
ference with the Catholic hierar
chy at Moutreal behind closed
doors. Tho subject was tho Mani
toba school controversy.
At I.att a
Ono thousand insurgents dc
fcutcil tho Spiiuisli bnttitlion of
Gorotin nt San Miguol tlo- Encru
eijmlu. After a hnuil to linnd
fight tho Spftuish rotirod, lonving
on tho Cold their dotul tind wound
ed, also horsos, arms and niuuiu
nitiou. Sinoo iriicfio's tinio no other
battlo of such importance hns
boon fought in tho province of
l'iuar del ltio. Tho otVcet pro
duced iu Havana by tho news is
almost tinprecedontid. Tho Span
ish explain that tho combination
of two coluinih., uliii.li t-ri to ui
taclc tho Ctibaus on two sides,
failed. Tho victory has been oa
peoinlly prntefnl to tho Cubans,
as they were in in- d of nininuui
tion, and had dt ciiled lo use their
last iu this action. They captured
200 riflos and about 200,000
rounds of ammunition.
General Itivera is still a
Tho United States Senate reso
lution rogaidini,' Itivora is filed iu
tho State Depaitmont, no action
btiiuc deemed necessniy in view
of tho information that Itivum
would uot bo shot.
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is a perfect device for slow
feeding in the stables oron
the road and is a boon both
to the horse and his owner.
It is the best device yet in
vented for feeding all kinds of
grain, chopped food, bran
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It is made of steel, practical
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by owners and drivers of the
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Especially adapted to the use
of fire and police departments,
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Owners and drivers of horses
entered for the 11th of June
races should see thai their
animals are provided with
these feed boxes. They will
be sure winners if they do.
Betting men should not invest
a dollar on a horse that has
not been fed from the Nation
al Feed Box. They will be
sure losers if they do.
Horsemen generally and
every man, woman or child
who owns a horse is invited
to call and see them at
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Sprockels' Unnk.
Each iluy mills ft Dumber of
mem bore to our popular
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w Saturday. Club throo is rapid-
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f?i classos aro anxious to join, bo-
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& Bcaidos anothor vital point
El adds to tho popularity, and tlmt
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H obligatory to tuko a watch, but
ej allow you to select any ono or
3 inoio articles in tho storo, no
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3 w Avant to say right horo,
ra that wo will back up'any and
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club with tho satno full and
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iu tho store. You tako. no risk
whatever. Wo tako it till.
H. F. Wichman
California State Analyst.
Royal Baking Powder is Superior
to all in Purity and Strength.
" For purity and care in preparation the Royal
Baking Powder equals any in the market, and
our test shows that it has greater leavening
power than any of which we have any knowledge."
Pvf Chtmiitnr t 'ntvtntlv ofCaUfantit,
Analyst California State Hoard nf Health', etc., etc.
No careful housekeeper can afford to
use any baking powder but Royal.
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lort and linjr Wtrcotw.
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IVu Plttiirfcs of Ilio Ullilo from
Cifiiesls to HevelntloiiH, .
152 Beautiful Illustrations.
Topographical Map? of Palestine
from recent "find accurate surveys
made hy Tlio Palestine Exploration
Funtl of Lomlon, giving every Journey
imulo by tlio Saviour from Hih tlitht
Into Egypt, to the Anteuatin. The
bent alt! to ltlble stmly over olforod
tbo public. For halt ut 111
Wfi Jir unvv iii'amtrMil i tin.
alt kinds or
Wedding Invitations In the very
latest etvlfH, and Calling Cards a
specialty. . . . ,
J. M. WEBB,
No. 316 Fort Street.
Subnoribo for tho Kve.nixu Brjlr
letin 7C oenta per month.
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All persons who have pur
chased Lots from A. V. Gear
ti Uo. in tho fauuuibim tract
known as tho "Kapiolani Park
Addition" aro notified that thoir
agreements aro now ready for
signature and payment of 1st
A. V. GEAR & CO.,
210 King Street.
23 All purchasers who do
not pay 1st Instalment by Tues
day will forfeit all claim.
Hotnl fit., near Fort. Tel. 802.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
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