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THE EVENING HTLLT:tNs HONOLULU, H. I., MAHOH 81, 185)9.
Published Every Day. except Sunjjy, at aio Klnc
strett. Honolulu, H. I., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. K. FAKRINGTON Editor
WIEL LOOAN City Editor
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FRIDAY, MAllOH 81, 1890.
Edward Polliiz rany congrntu-
lalo himself in beiugn very poloi.t
factor in tho progroBB o Hawaii.
Admiral Knnlz did havo a seri
ous coniuiiftjioii up his elcovo nftei
all. Tbo dogB of wnr nre likelj
to do n li l'f L'rrw'itic now.
11 is fiiir to snpposo thnt the
iirao is fast npprnncliing when tlir
Unhid Sluteti will oriously coii.
alder Mich rcvicion of its immiprn
lionliws m will plnce the Chin
C3o on tbo hbiho footing as nil
other immiprnuls. Jubt whnt ns
nrauco tho Ghinpmi officinB
may havo to this effect ia net
known, but tho tendency lownrdb
lovision Bcenia something wore
than n passing foretzo.
Dating tho last session of Con
gross a Congressman from Mary
land introduced a bill providing
for tho application of tho gcnoral
immigration laws to all nation
aliko. As tho Ohineso aro the
only nntionulity specially dis
criminated against this measure
of course favors them. When the
introducer of tho measuro wa
asked if ho intended to press the
matter to consideration, ho re
plied in tho negative. Tbo bill it
on record, however, and may be
tho entering wedgo of a more
liboral policy towatds Ohiux,
which may be coupled with revi
sion of tho general immigration
laws that will be moro exact
ing toward all nationalities. Tho re
ia unqnostionsbly a obanging
entiment toward tbo Chinese
throughout the country. A few
yonrs ago no Congressman would
havo cared to father tho introduc
tion of a measure favorable to
Tho "favored tjtvtion" favorB
allowed tho Japanese and tLo
aotivities of Americans in China
is the leaven that is working pab
lio sontimont up to tho point of
patting tho Chineso on the same
footing as other nations. As re
gards competition in tho labor
market the Japanese aro fully as
disastrous to American labor as
the Chinese, but to shut out tbo
Japanese, to discriminate against
thorn as against the Chinese, will
fco dangerous business. Japan
would resent such a movo and uu
fortunately has gunB and fighting
capacity to back up tho resent
ment. Thus tho natural way out
of the dilema is to raiso tbo quali
fioatioDB required of all immigrant)
and let China in on a fair basin.
That this can bo accomplished
in tho next Congress or for several
yonrs to coiuo is by no means
probable, but it is in tho lino of
tho natural courso of events.
MAL1ET0A TANU IS KING OP SAMOA.
Continued from Furo 3.
who kipt scouting around the
town, wo aro also informed that
a Feizuro of arms had benu matin.
Friday night pisBfd oil without
any great amount of tiring but re
port has it that great dnini.ge was
done by some r-luits filed by the
"Porpoiso" towards morning, arid
rumor has it thnt n preat many of
tho rebels have killed.
The "Poi poiso" wont to sea this
morning about -1 o'clocjc and was
lienrd rliollinu a'ong tho count.
The Philadelphia also wont nut
n hnut 2:80 lock ami rIihIioiI off
Yniusu. Sbo returned nguin at 4
AN KVM MIIJMKHS HTOIlY.
Leonard Stijder Jr. of Atlanta,
Git., autl David Martin of Shu
Frntioicco, two young Americana
truveliug around the wnild, ate
through puBttcngerB in the Man
pnsa from Apia, Samoa. Mr.
Suyder gavo a Bulletin roporter
soiui facts regartling the situation
at Api that are not contained iu
the Samoan pnpors.
"Tbo situation at Apia is most
grnvi"anid Mr. Snjder. "When
we left, moro trouble wrb expected
and hhelU were beiug fired from
tho U. S. B. Philadelphia and
H. li. M. S. Royalist aud For
poise. Most of tho firing is at
"When tho Philadelphia arriv
od in Apin, March 10, she fouud
tbo Royalist tboro. Tliis gunboat
had hurried ovor from Auckland.
Tho eaptnitiB of tho tbtoe ship
and Admiral Kautz bad a
conference and a proclama
tion was issued. Tho Ger
mans remained neutral but tho
Americans and Euglish sent
ashore a force of some
thrro hundred men, armid to the
teeth. Thoy wero cpreod
out along tho umin street in a line
of pickets. No Germans were
rt'-iitittuoo from tun l'alke aud
the Geiman residents of the plnce
remained unprotected. A hun
dred or mora English and Ameri
cans went aboard the Royalist for
protection and 7 or 8 t ok n-fugo
iu tho Philadelphia. Among the
utter was a Hnwaiian womau,
Misn Lizzie Mnhnlona, who re
turned to Honolulu in tho Mari-
"Admiral Kautz ordered the
German gunboat Falko nut of her
position as ho wanted it himself
in case of bombardment. The
Gorman moved but was not per
mitted to leave tbo harbor.
"Ou Tuesday, March 21, the
Philadelphia started in to bom
bard tbo Mataafa men, 15,000
strong, who wero in tho but-h
about Apia and tho English and
American bluejackets ashore used
the gatling guna and ritles with
deadly effect. Tbo Royalist and
Porpoiso followed tho Philadel
phia. The Maliptoa men joined tho
English and Americans and ramie
frequent sallies iuto tbo bush.
About ICOMata fa men ate known
to be (lend. Tho Malietna men
numhor about 2l)00. But few have
"No German officer is allowed
lo pasB on the streets, with or
without a pass. The seeoud qfll
cut in command on the Falko Was
warned not to put in an appearance
in tho streets on pain doatb. Ho
was suspected of furniahiog tbo
robels with arms and ammunition
and of drilling them in tho bosh.
"One American and three Eng
lish bluejackets have been killed.
Tbo wouuded have been sent to
tho hospital in Suva, Fiji.
"One of tho British mon-of-war
cruised about tho islands and cap
tured sixteen boats of the rebels;
Moro men were being hurried to
Apia. Ono of the boats was a
doable decker, 110 feet long."
"Tbo English gunboat Tau
ranga arrived in Apia, Samoa,
March 24, and immediately sent
100 mon ashore"
to iiunnv CABLE SHIP.
Washington, March 24. Gen
eral Greoly of the Signal Gorp9
has gone to NewYoik for tho
purposo of hurryiDg tbo oable
ship Hooker to tho Philippine
Mauds. This craft is now boinc
equipped with cables and all ap
pliances witu wnioh to connect
tho largo islands of thoPhilippino
tzroup with Ma til bo as to facili
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KANSAS BOYS KILLED
Manila, March 24 Noonr-The
enemy is extremely active iu the
vicinity of Malabiin, preparing
defenses, evidently anticipating
an attack. Tho iuBurg'nts keop
well under cover, generally speak
ing, but a small body, however,
emerged from tho jungle on tho
oxtremo left yesterday and fired
upon tho Kansas troops in the
trencheB, family wounding Privato
Cohou of Company 13 and Privato
Murr of Company E.
Tbo Oregon Volunteers and tho
Twonty second Infantry march
ed to tho front today. The Third
and Seventeenth regiments have
disembarked from tho Sherman.
General H. G. Otis1 brigade struck
tents this morning, and an early
movo is probable.
Sixteen Euglish refugees ar
rived hero yesterday from Dagu
pan, tho railroad terminus, on
board the tteamor Saturuus. They
ropoit that tho natives are gener
ally friendly aud tho officers in
variably courteous. Mr Hiugins,
ruaiiauor of tho railroad, and about
a dozen unmarried mon in charge
of various business interests, ds
clined to take advantage of the
opportunity to leave.
Nothing has been heard from
tho two American planters at
Culumpit siuco hostilities bocan.
According to Filipino accounts,
a thousand Americans have been
killed, tho fatalities being espec
olly heavy at Caloocan, wboro the
United Statts troops "rushed like
lUHcltnon against a storm of
A leading teacher of cycling, In Chlca'
go, used a Gentleman's and Lady's Ster
ling bicycle the entire season of 1808, with
a total cost of less than $2.50 for each ma
chine for repairs. During this time he
gave 700 lessons on the Gent's Sterling
and 2,662 on the Lady's Sterling. The
hardest usage a wheel ever receives Is
when It Is belnR used by beginners.
Knocked and banged around In this way,
these dainty, well-made, high-grade, blue
blooded, thourough-bred and graceful
Sterlings have yet stood the hardest test
a wheel could be put to. This Is but one
example out of many showing the Im
mense strength and wonderful wearing
qualities of thlsbeautlfulbuilt-llke-a-watch
machine. Part of the large shipment for
the Pacific Cycle & M'f'e Co., will arrive
this week on the Alice Cook. You had
better save time bv claclnc vour order be
fore they' are all gone. "Dost tl0U',oye
time? 1 hen do not squander time, for that
Is the stuff life is made of." The selling
price will be only foo.oo.
The Bishop Rings
Which cast such a
over these Islands,
were as nothing
to the schtillations
It seems almost
worth while to
plant CANE for the
sake of usiner these
Knives. At all events,
raise CAIN if
not supplied with
Pacific Italwe Co., ML,
Company of Maryland
-.07 FORT ST., HONOLULU.
OUR SPRING STOCK
And uh.it Innovation to .invtlilnrr that
has ever been shown In HONOLULU.
In selectlne the stock we have spared no
pains or money In the selection of the most
desirable that could be found in the mar
kets. That our stock contains just what
the people want Is evidenced by the num
ber ot pleased customers tnat nave already
left the store. The stock comprises every
thine In MEN'Sand BOYS' CLOTHING,
1-UKINISMIiNU UUUUS, HA1S, lArS,
NECKWEAR, etc.. etc. Evervthlne In
our store Is new and marked at prices that
will sell them. Come In and look at
goods that are within the reach of all.
REMEMBER strictly Kash at Kash
prices. One price to all.
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Llnen'Mtsh
underwear, bend tor i-ataiogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WayerlCy BlOGk
We Make Shirts to Order.
Tolopliono No. 070.
Has just placed on sale a very neat
Hawaiian Flag Envelope, made after
the official flag. Nice to use In
Books and Stationery.
Light Weight Papers for Foreign
ALL PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT!
310 Fort Street,
J. M. WEBB.
We will commence with the first letter
and run through the Alphabet, one letter
for each week. Read the list of articles
we carry In stock.
Anchovy Servers, Alcohol Flagons,
Asparagus Plates, Apple Corers,
Artichoke Servers, Almond Servers,
Ale Mugs, Almond Plates,
Atomizers, Alcohol Lamps,
After Dinner Coffee Spoons,
After Dinner Coffee Spoon Holders,
After Dinner Coffee Cups and Saucers,
Ash Trays, Axes, Axe Handles,
Axe Mattocks, Afternoon Tea Kettles,
Absinthe Strainers, Angle Lamps,
Awls, Awl Handles, Ant Cups,
Alarm Money Drawers, Animal Traps,
And many other articles In A.
.Von Holt Block, King street.
jQTSole Agents, Hawaiian Islands, for
"Jewel" Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Re-
tngerators, ramus uu stoves.
Tn tho contor of tbo city,
A Splendid Investment.
For particulars apply to
No. 310 Fort St.
Late ol San Francisco, has opcnel
At the QUEEN IIOTFL COTTAGE. ThrouRh Ion
experience and constant al'enJance to wurk at the
Coast. Mrs. Wolf has admired the art ol perfect
fitting, and also elvlne lull satisfaction In the latest
'ani modern fashion.
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N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
ojsri-ry the best.
03ST A. LIBERAL SOALE,
Millinery Department full of New Goods, embracing all the Leading
Novelties. We can supply all your wants.
Ladies' and Children's Sailor Hats.
N. S. SAGHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
Tlio People's Providers.
That Elegant Residence of Thos.
R. Lucas, Esq., Beretania
and Kinau Streets.
SIZE OF LOT, 200x200.
Consisting of large house with
Double Parlors, Dining Room, 4 large Bed Rooms, Lanai, Kitchen,
Bath, etc. Also Cottage of 3 large rooms, with Bath Room and Closet.
Servants' House of 4 rooms, Carriage House, and everything re
quired for a first-class home.
The grounds are planted with alt kinds of fruit and ornamental
trees, flowers and ferns.
This Is one of the nicest homes in Honolulu. Must be seen to be
appreciated. For further particulars see
L. C. ABLES, Real Estate Agent,
315 Fort Street.
STRONG AND WHITE! J
THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Xz-u f sick4- a Valuable Horse because you did not havo
I UU LiUOL POTTIE'S REMEDIES-
ArM FTaThiflnVl a way to keep animals In good condmon by having
I UU rUUHU POTTIE'S REMEDIES on hand.
Vftn UanJ. to keep your Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs In healthy
I UU TTC11IL condltlon.and
VVfcii Can Hrfc I-sf- by using JOHN POTTIE & SONS
I UU Willi UU IV VETERINARY REMEDIES.
Read the Treatise on Diseases of Animals, and
keep a supply of REMEDIES on hand. Consult
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Invalids' Rolling Chairs
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE
City Furniture Store,
Tolopliono 81G. Lovo Building, 5UA-53G Tort St.
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XX KlBcirlo Holts aro rocommondod for all Nervous Troubles, ltlioumatlsm.
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XX Wo mil tl)i pamilna Compound Cough Syrup.
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