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THE EVENING BULLETIN:
H; I., OCTOBER 27, 1898.
Ileal Estate and Insurance. Grocers.
There are 8 Good Residence
Lob on the Waikiki side of
Fort Street, for sale, about 7C
feet above the east corner of
Fort and Vineyard Streets.
The lots are leveled and
ready to be built on at on ;e.
The location is in a qui
and respectable neighborhood
The prices are cheap and
1 he terms are very easy.
For further particulars apply
W. G. ACHI & CO.,
Real Estate Brokers.
July 21, iscs.
1 Estate anil
(stand Potatoes and Corn For Sale
TO Till! TIlADi:.
OFFICE, (532 FORT STREET.
GEAR, Lffll & CO.,
210 Kino Stiu:kt.
Htoek mill Itonds bought ami hold iiudor
t ho ruins nnil in tlio board
rooms of tlio
Honolulu Stock Exchange
LOUIS K. AVGREW
OFFICII No. 15 Kualiilinmin street,
Honolulu. Formerly A. llosa'H ollleo.
United Mates Custom HoilMi Brokers
Accountants, Sonrehora of Tltlos and
Quncial llusiuess Agonts.
Toloplinno 6) 1021
.JAS. F. MOUOAX,
Member of Honolulu StKk Lxihanee.
Tclcrhne?i P O riox sqi
"WM. A., LOVE,
STiHIKh, IlONIlS AMI OllllUt .SlX'l'ltlTJKH
Lanai Sugar Co.
The .SUIWCRIPTION LTST for the
above IMautntlou Is now open at my
Tlio prospectus may he luul on ap
plication. HARRY ARMITAGE,
KXV.i Comer King mid lletliel Bts.
Tlio RUHSCIMJ'TION LTST of th
above Plantation Is now open and th
prcwp''tii "' ''" becn ttt n,y 'uce.
Roal Entnto and Share Jlrokor
Oomor King nnd TJethel streets.
. ... RtoM Tin:
Woman's Exchange, Chicago,
Lewis & Co.
211 F03T STREET.
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Seo thorn Dlsiiliyed In tliolr Windows,
H. MAY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Groceriea
C15 & C17 Fort St., Honolulu
relnplioner 2V! P.O. Box 4"'(
ONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GUOCERS AN)
22fi Queen otruet, Honolulu, U.
COItNKK FOltT AND IIOTKL 8TS.,
TKr.Kriio.NKs: Oflloo, illfij Hosldonco,
789. Ilottu-.: 0 n. in. to A p. in.
A. C WALL. D. D. S.,
New Love'a Building, Fort Btreeti
DR. F. E. CLARK,
13-1 1 Progress Hlock, cornor Rorotanin
and Fort .Streots, Honolulu.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
No. 21f Hotel htroot. Tulophono 50.5
HOURS: I) to 12 a.m. nnd 1 to A p.m.
F R, O Z E3ST
IN CANS, ATTIIK
BEAVER LUplGH pi$.
California Fruits, Vegetables,
GAME, IN SEASON,
l-iistern and California,
lQfifl-U 111 Fort Streot.
On and after Kovombor 1st, 1808, Dr.
J. T. Wayson's olllio hours will bo:
Wook days, 10 a. in. to a p. in.: 0:30 to
7:30 p, in. Sundays, 10 a. in. to 11! m.
Coming: on Irmgard,
Fight oxtra flno Driving Horsos, ton
hand flno Milch Cows. For full particu
DAVIS A HIVKNS,
1010-lin Hotel htroot
EYILS OTHER THAN WAR
Hicks-Beach Talks About
Hope for Read; Acquiescence of France
Not Great Britain Will Not Handle
London, October 19. Sir
Miclinel Hicks-Beach, Chnucetlor
of tlio Exchequer, pponkiug at
North Shict Is tin's overling, rt".
nounced tlint tlio Government hail
opened negotiations with the
French with n view of BFcuriug to
h subjects of the VHrious powers
the iiht of "developing tho rrs
pictivo sphrc8 in which cncli
country is iutoroted."
llegnrdiug thoFnt-hodn quoolion
ho Baid ho wirhod cordially to
scknowlcdge the desire evidoncod
tu the HpeeehcB (if Lord Itosoboty
ii nd Herbert Asquiih to help tho
Government in tho nin'ter.
"It is impo-sihle," ho hhM, "for
Franco to maintain that sho has
rightH ht F.iKheda. She
a-ked for tune to rp
CHJo Mnjfir Mh roll nnd'fl report
hut until tho uontrn-iy i proved 1
decline to tm'i-vo tout France will
refuso to witlnlinw. If hhe refua
td, tho nmltor would a86urao nn
'n-poet nu emvo hb in poisililo bi
tweon two great nations.
"The G vernment is nninin'od
by tho friendliost spirit lownnl
Friii co nnd doea imt wi-li 1 1 in
tliit humiliation. What wodoiio
is fair ticniini'tit. Our work in
E.-ypt ib not coin ploted. Africa
is big enoiinh for m both for
Fruncc in tho west and ourBlvea
in tho east. Surely wo ought to
bo nblo I ngree to ro-ipoct oue
another's rightu and cluima.
"I hopo, trust and belipve tho
question id capublo of a friendly
Bolutioo; but this country his put
her loot down. If, unhnppil",
another view Bhould bo takeu by
Franco, tho Queen's Ministers
know wlmt their duty demands.
"It would bo a great calamity if,
aftir ppneo for upward of eighty
years, our friendly relations ehould
tie disturbed tind wo should be
lauuehed into a proat war; but
tboro aro groater evils than war,
aid wo shall not shrink from any
thing that is coming, knowing
that we are supported byu united
ULAINE IIONORA11LY DISCHARGED.
Washington, Oct. 19. Cantain
James G. Rlaino of tho a IjuUnl
general's department, wns today
honorably discharged from tho
military service of the United
Stalos. Blaino's peccadillones iu
Shu Francisco, Honolulu, Manila,
nud again iu San Francisco not
hnvinu been mndo tho subject of
lorin I complaint, tho denaitmeut
did not take ollicial cognizance of
the leports. As n mutter of facts,
Blainw's di8chnrgn occurred inime
diately on his nrrivil at Mauila,
Secretary Alger having cnMed
him moio than a mouth ago to re
turn home for that purpose.
AT rilUNOH NAVAL STATIONS.
Now York, Oct. 19. A Suu
cablod from Paris snys: Tho
stories of extensive Fronch unvnl
proparatious woro launched by
Chauvinist j'oruuls in uspocsoto
poraistent blowings of the jingo
press iu London. Theso stories
seomod bused on tho fnct that M.
Lookroy, Minister of Marino, has
fia.ed January 1st as tho data for
the completion of tho reorganiza
tion of tho iloot that was announc
ed two months ago. Whatever
increased aotivity is boiug dis
played at tho naval dockyards is
owing to this fact.
HENATOlt KYLE MADE CHAIRMAN.
Washington, October 18. Tho
Govornmout Industrial Commis
sion organized today by solocting
Senator Kylo chairman, ex llepre
seutative Philips of Pennsylva
nia first vico-chairman. Ropro
sontativo Gardiner of Now Jorsoy
second vice-chairman and J. M.
Farquhar of Buffalo temporary
secretary. It was decided to ad
journ until tho middle of Novem
ber and tho Bliss building in this
city was selected as hoadquartors
for tho Commission.
8PANIA11D TOR MAYOR.
New York, October 19. A Sun
cable from Sautingo says: Gen
eral Wood has decided to appoint
Leonardo Ros, who was the auto
nomist Civil Govornor of tho pro
vince and Mayor of tho city un-
ler the Spauinh regime, a mem
ber of his Governor's Council, and
to restoro him to tho otllco of
Mayor ns soon as Major Mao
Leary, incumbont, has completed
the organization of tho municipa
lity according to Amoricnn ideas.
SOULIi CONTEST ARRANGED.
Halifax, N. S., Octobir 19.
The backers of Lynch brothers
decided today to accept the ohal
lougo of J u boar nnd Bnrrv. the
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ungual! i-iiitiiiiiiuuH, ior n (louuie
Bctill race for S2500, to tako place
Hiring Hie nv WCBK in uuiy IU
HAROLD FREDERIC DEAD.
Londor, O.-t. 19. Harold Fred
eric, tho London correspondent of
the New York Timeo, dii d ht Ilen-
ey of heart dicoaso. tin had been
ill for Foineliuio, but recently had
intich improved in henlth.
SENATOR l'ROOTORTO UERE-ELEOTED
Montpelier, Vt., Octolier 18.
l'ho House and Senate today look
separate ballots for United States
Senator. Until houses, by an over
whelming vote re-elected Senator
Paris, Oct. 19.-
Tho Matin uys
I'retnier brii-sou, through ill
halth, wisiies to retiro from tho
Cabinet. His niccesHor may bo
M. Bourgeois, uow Minister of
Nh uf Clio Trll,ii,ort.
Tho news of the transports to
ail fioiu San Franei-co for Ma
uila ia Honolulu, is ns follows:
Tho departuro of the Valencia
h ft only live transports. Of
thece, the Ohio and Indiana wero
to get away tlrst. It in probable
they ar now on their way.
The Indiana will have aboard
tho headquarters s'ufT, non com-mii-Bioiitd
stuff, hand and the
Second aud Third Battalions of
IhoKanBin ltej.'iinont, including
Msjnr ltnfter, chief surg- on, As
sistant Surgoou Smith, two hos
pital stewards nnd fivo privates of
the hospital corps.
Tho Ohio will hriti" tlio First
and Third hattnlioin of the Wash
initon regiment nnd regimental
liPuilquarterB, together with thirty
of tho ninety remaining mombers
of tho Heavy Artillery.
Among tho through pnssongcrs
on the China is the noted Indian
lecturer, the Brahniacharinu J. O.
Chattorji, who is returning to his
homo iu India. Tho Brnhmacha
nan is tho secretary for Mrs. Bes
att, tho front TheoBophical lee
taror. While in San Francisco ho
tave two lectureis. At oue of
thei-o 2l)00 people were present
aud, anoih r, 2500. Tho Brnhina
chariau i tho gu'est of Prof. Mar
ques while iu tho city.
Knclii'1!' for China.
Among the through paBBougpra
in tho Chin U Win. Barclay Par-
ons, a civil and consulting engi
neer of JNew xork. llo is a rail
road oxport for a hie EntrliBh syn
dicate and is now on his wny to
China to transact certain business
connected with the building of a
new railroad thorp.
Hawaiian J 11 Burns, New
York; Philip Onrabanotti, Dr Ira
U Ladd, San Francisco; E Willi
Arlington OFergusou nnd wifo,
Ewn; John Anderson, Koalia, Ka
uai: Mrs B Ohrt.
This over pppular Raiuier beor
is boooni in g a household word
and "will you havo a glass of
8eattle" is more often hoard than
anything else. Tho Criterion
Saloon have tho boor on tap or in
Araorioan Messenger Service
Masouio Tomplo. Telephone
Mechanics' Home, cornor Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, weok or month. Terms: 25
and 50 conts por night. $1, and
$1,215 nor week.
Tho uso of tho Singer m mil
lions of homos shows tho uupro
cedontcd success of theso ideal
sowing muohines. It is convinc
ing proof that the Singor oxcels
iu all kinds of tamily sowing and
art noedlo work. All our sowing
machines are of tho boat construc
tion, beautifully decorated, and
aro mounted on selected woods in
finely finished cabinets of artistio
designs. B.'Borgorson, agent, 1GJ
IN TIME OP
J; FOR DARKNESS.
J- On Wodncday ovoning botwoon J
ulna and ten o'clock soino of tlio
business houses who dopond on-
jStlrply on electricity wore, without
I liotico, left In darkness. i
Many Intel not so much as n
r-innip in mo iioinu, oinurs imu
lamps but no chimneys, and for n
tlmo It looked ns though they
would hao to close up sliop.
r Our stock of lamps Is tho most "j
j,coinploto of any In tlio city J
many now and attractive designs.
I Forearmed." "
J. T, Waterlioiise
Wuverley Ulock, Betiiel Kt.
Established In 1851., Leaders la 1898,
2W W W- W W W-
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108 KING STREET.
G. J. Waller, : : Manager
Wholosalo and Retail
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
BE3T OP MEATS.
Families desiring tender roasts,
Juicy ntoaks and chops should
call on tho
Central Meat Market
Wo mako a specialty of family trado
nnd Roll the host at roasouablo
H. E. GARES, Proprietor.
SU Nuuanu St.
JOSEPH TINKER, Propr.
Family and Siiiiu'ino Uutoheh.
roultryand tho choleostof moats kopt.
Vegotablos frobh ovory morning.
All ordors quickly dollvorod.
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Hotels and Restaurants.
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CARL KLEMME, PitorniETon.
.Tho most delightful spot In
tholslands. Extensive improvements
being mado for the entertainment of
tho public. Cottages for rent. Howling
Alley nnd Coffee Oanlcn.
A Flood of Klectrio Light!
Fine Hea llathlngl
Rooms by the day, week or month.
Telephone 889. 1013
Beaver - Lunch
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Goffco
at ALti nouns
THE I''INE3T UlUNVS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
AiWATH ON HAND.
The Queen Furnishes Supplies.
Tin: Ciiini:si: Kxcumiov Act ook
into r.i'n:iT 111:111:.
A HM-i'Iasx I'lciicln-ook Iuin beon em
ployed by the piopnetor of tho Quoon
Hotel, nnd a complete cliango Is botng
made In tlio dining room nervlco.
Try n dinner, Sunday, Op in., at 60
conts (30 to those holding tickets), nnd
you will fully understand.
J. W. CHAPMAN
Announces to tlio public that ho 1h now
opon for ongagomonts to hko chargo of
Dauquots, Ilalls, Dlnnorsi and Garden
Parties, Socials, etc.
Address caro Union Kxpross Company
Excelsior Dining Saloon
333 NUUANU ST.,
CHAS. L1ND, Prop'r.
First-class moaN, under tlio suiorvi
lon of a white man, sorvod from 6 a. m.
to8 p. m. MKAI.S TWKNTY-FIVK Ct.
l'ostolllco llox 112.
And Ice Cream Parlors.
E. POPPLKTON. M'q'k.
This is a modorn np-to-dato Amorican
roKtaurant. Uxcollont meals for 25 conts.
No. 620 FORT STREET.
The Elito Ice Croam
108 HOTB5I STRKKT,
Cakes and Candies,
Fine Ice Cream.
Our establishment l the finest resort In the city
C?ULJeeu;0entin n o'clock p.m. y
A First-clam Itosort In ovory roMioct.
Tho best li.5 cont moal to bo had.
ICIC CUKAM 15 OKNTS A PLATK.
LOOK HOP A CO.,
1008 liorotanla nnd Fort stroots.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO,
'E0. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
614 & 510 Fort St., near Hotel.
If you want your Carriago or Flneton
llepalred or Trimmed, call on
J. L. DUSHALISKY,
400 Alakea Btroot, botwoon King arid
Merchant streets. 1021
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