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51 Eieir Bulletii),
DANIEL. LCGAT1. Editor.
TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1807.
THE VERY LATEST.
Pnrrrngers nnl nffii'on of tlio
Austrtilia say there uns talk in
Sau Fruneisro just boforo tho
Btonmci left that Hnwuiiiiu nnuox
iitiou was to come lip in tho Sen
ate tlmt afternoon. Lettor& re
cohed by sovernl load firms con
firm this. Ono of thesu which
thoJJiLLETiN Las been permitted
to see roads as follows:
Sinco tho enclosure wbb written
we Imvo private dtepntcboB from
Washington to the effect that
Seuntor Morgan will cull up his
bill for tho annexation of Hawaii
iu the Senate this afternoon
(Tuesday, July 13) without wait
ing for tho Comintttoe on Foreign
Relations to make a roport on the
treaty, it being apparently his
object to press the bill to a voto
this session if possible in case the
treaty should fail to receivo tho
requisite- majority. Wo are still
doubtful if annexation will bo ac
complished before the regular
session, but in viw of tho present
situation at Washington tho un
expected may happeu and by next
mail wo may have some startling
nuub for ou.
Important dispatches wero re
ceived both by United States Min
ister Sowall and Admiral Beards-
lee. They wore evidently expected,
for both officials came into town
for tlioir mail and after glancing
over it at the consulate went off to
the flagship, whore they held a
conference lasting over two hours.
Tho Government received no
late dispatches, its Inst letters
from Minister Hatch being dated
July 7. Since then nothing had
been received. , ,"
,.Mr. Theo. F.Jbansiug is to be
congratulated upon his elevation
to tho Cabinet, even though he
has only accepted office tempora
rily iu an emergency. He is one
of those citizens who will not hesi
tate to sacrifice private interests
for tho good of tho public when
a call comes. Tho Constitution
allows n Minister ad interim to be
appointed when a member of tho
Cabinet absents himself from the
capital.Tho substitute can, however,
onl act for sixty days. Minister
Dnnim'a absence having extended
over tlmt time, and no detiuite
stutoment regarding his return
huvng beon rocoived by today's
mail, President Dolo wont for Mr.
Limning uud ofl'med him the
position. Mr. D.imnn's resigna
tion whs on file to be accepted in
such a contingency.
Events would indicate that the
Hawaiian public have to be kept
in the dark about matters affect
ing their interests until all the
rebt of the world has beon duly
informed thereon. It is only with
in tho past few days that the faot of
this Government's having offered
to submit its controversy with
Japan to arbitration has beon ad
mitted by any member of the
Government excepting in strictest
confidence. Now tho mail shows
that tho information was given to
tho public of Japan whonevor it
was received by tho Government
of that country, and tho public of
the United Stales ami tho world
woro apprised of the interesting
circumstance about ten days ago.
This sort of thing does not savor
of government by the peoplo.
Aunoxatiou was quite livo whon
the msil left the shoros of Amer
ica. It bids fair to bo a living fact
befoio uuothei mail arrives.
There is plenty of room in tho
harbor for tho Oregon according
to Captain Kiug and other
authorities. Tho basin that was
dredgod out for the Olympia still
remains and the wator is doepor
'alongside the Philadelphia than
anywhoro in tho harbor. Tho
Oregon does not draw over 27 feet
ami being ptovided with twin
serous can tutu louud iu her own
1. Trnr roui,ui m.mn.
Continued from ( I'agc,
long drought iu Australia will
prooably be much worso on sheep
than that of 1895, when more than
9,000,000 were lost through that
cause alouo. Somo estimates
predict the loss of half tho sheep
and conservative estimates place
tho loss at 25,000,000.
TIIK PANAMA CANAI.
Ureal Rrllnlit mitl Pimirn OITrr
United Aliln Cn-nprrntlnn.
Now York, July 12.-Tho
Journal's Washington correspon
dent wires that Franco nnd Great
Britain havo invited the United
States to join them in tho com-
plotion of tho Panama canal. It
is estimated that the canal can
completed for $100,000,000.
Nathan Appleton of Boston,
who has represented the interests
of the Panama Canal Company in
tho United States ever sinco tho
palmy days of Do Lossops' ex
travagances and the gross corrup
tion of the canal ring in Paris,
called upon President McKiuley
today iu company with Secretary
Long, who acted as his introducer,
if not his indorser. .
It is not understood that Applo
ton has done moro yet thau pres
ent a brief argument agoiust the
feasibility of the Nicaragua cannl,
and to show the benefit which
would come to tho United States
by having huge contracts for con
struction work thrown into the
hands of American contractors.
i UK Kisriu.v aumniiK.
Xolr frntu Ibe I'uwom Kuibuttudor
la be MrCHlltnl.
Constantinople, July 12. Fol
lowing is tho toxt of tho collective
note of tho powers to Turkey:
"The great powers have adopted
tho project of strategical rectifica
tion as it has been worked out by
the military attaches and commu
nicated to tho Sublimo Porte. In
consequence, they have agreed to
assuro tho Ottoman Government
that they have arrived at a firm
determination to put an end to tho
obstruction, the only effect of
which is the prevention of the
conclusion of peace eminently in
Berlin, July 12. Tho Tago
blatt's Constantinople correspon
dent says that tho British and
French EmbaBBadors to Turkey
are about to be recalled owing to
thoir Governments beuig diosatis
fied with thoir conduct in connec
tion with the peace negotiations.
It is stated that Emperor Wil
liau, who is now on a Northland
tour, kept tho telegraph wires bo
tweeu Norway and Berlin occu
pied with otlioial dispatches dur
ing the whole of Sunday night.
Theso dispatches, it is supposed,
wero iu lefereuce to Eastern af
All Iniureriit I.cmUr lilllcd-Dr.
Havana, July 12. Reports from
Sancti Spiritus confirm tho mmor
that General Queutin Banderas,
who commanded the insurgents in
the engagement on July 5 at Pa
paya Heights, was killed during
Uaptain-uenerai weyier, wuo
left Sancti Spiritus in tho lattor
part of last week with the Astur
las battalion, surprised a camp of
the insurgonts near Jarucoa and a
sharp engagement took place.
Among tho killed was tho well
known Dr. Hernandez.
Now York, July 11. A dispatch
to tho Herald from Havana Bays:
Major General Pedeio Diaz has
assumed command of tho insur
gout forces in Pinar del Bio pro
vinco. Tho rebel army of tho
province is being thoroughly
reorganized and put iu good trim
to co oporato with tho oastoru
army if the lattor succeeds in
roaching Havana province. Tho
Spaniards have destroyed a num
ber of small forts because they
cannot spare men to garrison
An engagement took placo this
week near Artemisa, in which tho
Spaniards lost heavily. Over
100 sick and. wounded men havo
been sent on to Havana.
In Matanzas town thore aro
over 5000 coucentrados, of which
over fifty die every day. The
Spanish troops havo beon ordered
not to oat mnugoos, but thoy
disoboy tho ordor because they
linve unfiling clso for food. Mango
dint aggravates foor. During tho
last leu days over oUU Houllnrs
were taken to the hospital thorn
Hie Spanish mail steamer lenv
mi! Havana yesterday carri
1000 sick soldiers, many of whom
will die on the wayhotne. Eleven
thousand stck soldiers havo beon
sent to Spain since January 1.
Havana, July 11. Reports
presented to tho authorities by
Enrique Gomez, Governor of
Trinadad, say that tho lebcls
there are in a serious position
owing to tho great scarcity of
supplies of ull kinds.
ll ((iirrn Lmtr MnlilnKtii.
Washington, July 10. Ex-
Quouu Liliuokalaui, who has been
stopping iu Washington during
tho past winter and spring, left
this morning with her secretary
for New York. No information
was vouchsafed to the people at
tho hotel where she stopped, and
they know nothing about her
F.dwaid Cant, tho popular
steamer engine! r, leaves by the
Alameda on Thursday for a visit
to tho Old Country. "
fitly 20, 1S97.
"In time of peace prepare
for war" is an excellent adage,
and one which the United
States evidently believed in
when the new navy was built.
We in Hawaii have especial
reason to be thankful that in
times of peace such a magni
ficent specimen of marine ar
chitecture as the battleship
Oregon was made ready for
such emergencies as the pres
ent, and should take the lesson
to heart, not alone in national
affairs but in those of the
household. Suppose the Japa
nese fleet should blockade Ho
nolulu, for instance, we should
soon find ourselves run
ning short of lots of little
household necessaries other
This week we have one of
our windows filled with an as
sortment of articles necessary
in every kitchen. Buy them
today while you have a chance.
Among them may be enumer
ated chopping bowls, all sizes
and shapes, egg beaters, lemon
squeezers, chopping knives in
several varieties, nutmeg
graters, gem ice shavers, but
ter moulds, fruit pickers.rolling
pins and bread boards.
Another useful novelty is
the family butter case which
just holds one roll; the butter
can be cut off as needed with
out moving it from the case.
See that your kitchen is
supplied with all these requi
sites before the war breaks
Hawaiian Hardware Co
NO. 307 FORT STREET, L
Opposite Spreokels' Bank
PEIl S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
II. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Temporary Receipt Postal R wings
llinU, ilutwl November IStli, 1890, tor
$00 00. Account lis Book No. 0017.
ed i '
Broke His Own
NOTE. Tho REMINGTON ROADSTER is made on the same model as
tho Racer, only it is more substantial and built expressly to stand usage on heavy roads.
2$- The prices of thpse Wheels ore within tho reach of nil, and are either
cash or on tho installment plan.
2 In our Supply Department wo keep a full line of parts for this make of wheel
thereby doing away with the necessity of sending to the factory.
jtffi- Our Repairing
delicate of repairing.
Wheels rented by
From New York:
Scales, Waste, .
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axle Grease,
And many other articles that wo have a steady demand
for, and which wo oflbr to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Port and King Streets.
Universal Stoves $ Ranges!
The Hest and the Cheapest I
Dandy Cook, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Oven 15x17. Pi ico S 8 00
Westeuk, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Oven 1G 4x17. " 15 00
Pkizb Ranoe, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holefl, Oven 18x18 inches.
Price 23 00
Welcome Range, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holos, Oven 18x18 inches.
Price 27 00
ArroLLO Ranoe, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holos, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Prico 30 00
Sutekb Univehsal Ranoe, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holos, Ovon
18x18. Price 35 00
FOR SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd1
Doing the half-mile in 1:05 flat.
Pronounces the REMINGTON
the best Racing Wheel ever
Department is fully equipped
the hour, day or week.
Oycle & Manufacturing Co.,
Hoe, Etc ,
to do tho most intricate and
J. M. WEBB'S
No. 316 Fort Street.
Taro-patch Guitars, Uku
leles. Hawaiian Sheet Music.
Island Photographic Views.
Books and Stationery.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Prices Iways lygltf
Independence Park Pavilion
I will sell at publlo sale on SEP
TEMBER 29, 1807, If not toouer dis
posed of at private sale, alt of the
Buildings known as "Independence
Park Pavilion." If bo desired by in
tending purchasers the lurge Dining
room muy be bold separately from the
Main Building. Also, ut the sumo
time and place 12 doz. Folding Chairs,
Tables, Wushataii.lg, Water Pipes,
etc. Term: $100 or under, oosh:
over $100,tcash or 90 days with good
upproved notes drawiug 8 percent in
terest. The above buildings and ma
terials to be removed within 30 days
from date of vale. The premises will
at all times bo open for inspection.
657-lm J. N. WRIGHT.
To Be Opened.
THURSDAY, July 15, at the Sailor's
Home, tho Rostaurant will reopen
with a Free Diuner served in fl rat
class style. Meals, single, 25o; tickets,
$4.50. Open from 5 a. in. to 7 p m.
C57 1 m Proprietor.