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"V ' , i' r fc. r- Ki FfH ' t '! K!" 8 EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 11, 1896. KWci4 urmmmwinmn m mji miinwuj r-ia.r--si mwm - 'wi niwwut i imt.m im nn ! . i - f-w mm- rsrwii ! wiTtt ! '"'"gPW,TiJWMIMflPlttjanMaogM,lgJWSfcW.gagC K; SHIPPING MOVEMENTS LATEST FOREIGN NEWS AXomrB "! IXS" ,,T,:' j Hi! To lie Miii-lcd bv One ol Honolulu' 3 EJv'" - iii Vouiig DoetorH. H'; TItn O. 8. H. ALAJIEDA IKOAt HENEKVL DISMAY AT I'lllNCK HIS Ht'' COLONIES AND NAJIOt. MAIICK'S HKVKLHTIONS. B; i' Alsmedn Leave Tomorrow Tor tlio Comiilracy Again! Spain In the I.oo HRr ' I'uuat Ilrnii Picked Dp Alone 'on lInnda Knglnml'a 1'orelcn l'o Hh' the liwrka l'Hfn(;rr. llcy May html to Wnr. . Tlic Kaunl w 111 sail tomorrow for Mnka well. Tlio Jnmcs Mnkcc IcavoJ for Kapaa, Kauat t 4 p in today. The Meaiimlilp City of lVtlne 111 likely arrhe In (in Sunday f rom the ( 1 1 lent. Tlio bark Coin and orlinoncr John I) Tnlliuit arc expected to leave port ou Friday, Tomorrow, lilirli tldo largo 9.10 a in; lilgn tide email U::tll p in; low tide large S. 0 p in; low tide amnll !2:'J5 a m The llrltisli hark Samoa lias hauled up to Fort street wharf whore alio will Ulscli.ire licr cargo of Newcastle coat. The 8 S Toyo-.Uru will nail for Japan on Monday. The COS Immigrant brought by br were all transferred to Quarantine yester day. A lot of liav, wlilcli was silglill damaged by fertilizer, from the W II Ulmoiid was sold at nuetlon on Oceanic dock today forglSa ton. There were 1.0 bales In the lot Captain Johnson of Iho Kdward May ex pects to set mil for Hongkong tomorrow or lie next day. He will probably get a cargo of Chinese inerchaudlso at. that port for the Atlantic Coast. The (Caenn lias btcn moved up to Inter-Isl-atul wharf from naval row. She will have a new deck, and other prepaiallnns will be niado bclure n now holler, to arilvc from the Coast shortly, Is put In. The Alameda docked at Oceanic wharf f nihil today. She sailed from Sjdncy Oct SG at .1 p in. arriving at Auckland Oct .Sn at U in; fallul from Auckland Oct :)I at : p m, arriving at Apia Nov 4 nt H a m; sailed from Aplu Nov 4 nt -J p in, and arrived at Honolulu at It m today. Time of voyage: in days I'J bourn. Fine weather was had the entire trip. 1 lie Alameda will sail furdau Francisco at 10 tomorrow. AltniTALB. WensBHiir, Nov, II. OSS Alameda, Von Olorcndorp, the Colonies via Samoa. from DKrAltTt'UKB. Wkdnkmiat, Nov. II. Slmr Hawaii, Wtlr, for I'nauhau, Ookala, Laupalioihoe, l'vperkco and 1'jpnil.ou. 8tinr James Xlakee, I'utrrson, for Kapaa, Kauai. IWSHr.NOKltfl AltlllVF.D. Fiom the Colonic", per O S 9 Alameda. No 11-Mi-iind Mi U'lll.uil rrencli, Mr nml Mr Spencer, Mih K II Ulder, Miss Home, Mi's (i M Every and l' enliln and .".I steciagu It. transit. i ssENar.ua dei'AMT.i). Vor Kauai, per stmr Mlkaliala, Nov ID 11 II Wilcox and wife. 0 Wolter and wife, C voii llaintn, T Woltlc, W II Ulcc, 11 Iscnberg and w Ife. For Maul, per stmr Chmllnc. Nov 10 F B Jle8tocl.fr, Mrs Ioiepa, J Waldvogel and F C aehuiig. VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOltltOW. 8tmr Kauai, Ilrulm, for Makawell. O 8 8 Alameda, Von Oterendorp, for San Francisco. VKSSEI.d IN" POUT. II 8 S Adam, Watson, S.m I'rancUco. 0 88 Albatross, Moses. MKltCIKNTMKN. (Coasters not Included In this list.) Iltn V II Dlmond, NiNen, 8 F. Ilk daiiioa, 1'retw.ir-t, Newcastle. Am achr II C Wright, Olscti, Hiuekii. Ilaw UL Uo-ulle, Nlsscn, NuweaMlu. Am bk Irmgard, Schmidt, 8 F. Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, 8 F. Am bk Alden Hesse, San Francisco. Am bk Edward Mav, Johnson, N Y. Am sch John I) Talljnt. llollland, Fort T'd. Am bk Colusn. Kalb. Newcastle, tier bk II llackfeld, llarber, l.asnu itlil. Jlr bk lialnsborough. Diamond Head, (icr bk Splca. Fran. Kruso, llrcmcn. Ilaw schr Norma, Itosehtll, French Frigate Shoals. Am bk Albert, Grltllths, S F. Ur bk Oakbauk, Newcastle. FOHKIQN VFBSKI.S EXPECTED. Vessels hero troin Uk Snowdon Newcastle. . . . Haw bk Andrew Welch, 8 F B 8 Australia, iloudlctlc, ....8 F Am schr Aloha, SF. Uouowal 8F Uk Ardgowan Ncwcahtle.... Mlow era Vancouver Warrlmoo Sydney Duo . Due .Nov 10 .Nov 10 .Nov 19 .NovhO Nov Id .Nov lit Ger bk J C Glade, Liverpool, ...No ember ill) Warrlmoo Vancouver. Am bk Amy Turner,. ...New Yoik Nor bk While ltoi-e Newcastle,. .Due 10 ,..Iaii2) .NnviM rut ni oir At iiudaio." The titlo o this wollkuown song aa well as tho song itself emanated from tho brnin of nt) employe of tho I3uu"nlo llrowmy Company. Tlint entorprining linn, bolioviug that n man who could cotnposo so catchy an air must havo a laro aiul woll balanced brain, straightway raised hit) sala ry. This has provon to bo a fjood movo on thoir port as is testified by tho excellent qualities ot thoir boor, which ia difiponsod over tho bars of tho Cosmopolitan, Paciiic and Royal soIooub at tho rato of two glasses for 25o. It is always fresh and cold and lifo-sustaining. Or you can get ono glasB of Buf falo and ono of Pabst beer, the lino product of tho Milwaukee browory. Exchangeable chocks good at all tho above-mentioned rosorts aro given in chango if you only want ono drink, "liest beer ovor in Honolulu," is tho verdict of many of our prominent citi Tho steamship Alameda brings tolegraphio dispatches up to Oc tober 30th, of which tho following aro tho most important: MSMAHCK's IIEVELATI0N8. Vienna, Oct. 28. Kofnrring to n statement published in Prince Bismarck's personal organ to tho effect that a secret treaty betweou Germany and Russia was in exist ence, tho disclosure of which it was l'uared would affect tho stabi lity of tho Triple Alliance between Germany, Austria and Italy, Aus trian newspapers express dismay at Prince Bismarck's revelations, but profess faith in tho Emperor of Gormauy despite tho doublo dealing of tho ox-Chancellor. Berlin, October 29. Tho Em peror William is stated to bo furi ous at Princo Bismarck's rovola tious. Tho press roproach Princo Bis marck for his rocont utterances. Vienna, October 29. Tho city newspapers aro now calmer in their roferonces to Princo Bis marck's rovelatious, which leads to the conclusion that thoy havo boen inspired. Thoy now con tend that Princo Bismarck's duplicity will not affect tho stability of the Triple Alliance. ENOLAND's TOLICY FEARED. London, October 29. Tho Mar quis of Dull'erin, speaking at Bel fast, said peoplo in England had no conception of tho haunting an xiety oxporionced bytho90 iuhigh positions on tho Coutiuont. The war cloud was ovor impending, and Continental statesmen wero terrilied leat Great Britain's policy should hasten a conflict, llonco tlio feeling of hostility which was prevalent towards Great Britain. TllOUBLC IN THE LOOLOOS. Madrid, Oct. 23. A conspiracy against tlio Spanish authorities has boon discovered in tho Looloo Islands, and reiuforcomouts havo been sent from Manilla in tho Philippines. FIGHTING IN THE PHILIrPIXES. Sydney, Oct. 29. Late files by tho mail steamer from tho East show that tho revolt in tho Philip pine Islands continues, and somo hard lighting has taken place. A great many rebels havo been kill ed and hundreds arrested, includ ing many leading men. Numbers wore shot in the public squares as a warning to tho others. A body of eight thousand rebels hold a fort, but thoy aio gradually being surrounded by thoSpauish troops, and tho worst is considored to bo ovor. READY 1'OIt FLIGHT. Constantinople, October 28. It is reported that tho Sultan's yacht is lyiug night, and day op posite a secret passage leading from tho Palace. AN OFFICIAL DENIAL. Londou, October 28. Tho re port that tho British squadron in North American waters is to bo increased to twico its present strength is officially denied. NOT HOSTILE TO BUITAIN. Paris, October 2(J. Tlio Temps declares that tho Franco-Eussian Alliauco would not be hostilo to Great Britain, and that all dis putes between theso nations cau bo adjusted by diplomacy. INDIAN FAMINE INEVITA1ILE. Calcutta, Oct. 2!). There is still no prospect of rain falling, and a fuiuino throughout the country iB inevitable, FIGHTING THE TC11KS. Constnntinoplo, Oct. 28. A baud of AJacodomauH defeated the Turks at Coroytza, killing 00 and taking 8 prisoners. THE MATAIiELE WAIt. Capetown, October 28. Colonel Badon Powoll has dostroyod muny of tho Matabolo kruals, and a gen eral surrender of tho natives is oxpected shortly. i m Mechanic's' Il'ruo, ooruer Hotel and Nunnnu streets, lodging by day, wook or month. Terms: 2fi and CO conts per night. !fl, and l1.2C por WPfk. Tho largo bungalow, formerly tho residonco of tho lato Dr. Trousseau, outared from both Punchbowl and Millar stroets, is being thoroughly ronovatod and romodolcd for tho occupauoy of Dr. Burgess. Thoro is a largo reception room, an oflico, an oporating room and apartments for Bpccial treatment of invalids iu various scientific modes. Dr. Burgess is going to start a hydropathic institute, whore, besides tho water cures, electricity, massage, etc., will bo practiced. There are suitos of rooms for medicated batliR. Hnrmmlnlv for men and women. These aro boing fitted up in most convenient Btylo, I and so as to ousuro tho most ab- j solute privacy. Appliances for nil branches of tho instituto nro oxpected Bhortly from tho Coast. Dr. Burgess is a son of our es teemed follow-townsman, N. I Burgess, and does credit to Hono lulu for his present enterprise, as well as for tho stnuding ho has achieved in tho medical fraternity in California. Ho is a rogular contributor to a medical journal of that State. An Opinion 0r t'lilrnjr". The Daily Mail, which is print ing n series of interesting letters from Amorica, devotes sovoral columns to Chicago, which it de scribes as tho "Queen nnd gutter snipe of cities; tho cynosure and coBspool of tho world; tho most beautiful and tho most squalid, with widely and gonorously planned streets of twenty miles, whoro it is uuBafo to walk at night; whore women rido straddlowise and millionaires diuo at midday; tho chosou seat of public spirit and municipal boodlo." Iti-I On It llvcrj' Tlinc. You can wager your last dollar on Seattlo Boor with tho absolute nsBuranco that you will win. No beer is superior to it for purity, tor flavor, or as n touio. Soattle Beor is puro, as it represents tho best production of mastor brewers, and being made by superior brains and honest labor should bo used by all who beliovo in using tho best. On tap or in bottles nt tho "Critorion." A Nou i:ntcrprlKC. Tho very latest as regards sad dlery is constantly on hnnd at Chas. Hammer's now establish mont, 229 King streot, also iho vory bo-t repairing done. Tele phone G82. P. O. Box 393. " Five-hundred tons of ballast for sale. Apply lo A. V. Gear. Ayor's Chorry Poctoral for coughs and colds 50 cents a bottle at Ilollister Drug Co.'s. City Curruigo Co.. J. S. And. rado, truuiiigcr. It you want a hock with good horso and care ful driver ring up 1'olophono 113, corner of Port nnd Merchant atreetp. Hack at nil bourn. Real Estate l-foi Rent. 1 WarclicU6u ou EBpInnaili'. 3 ituutud. 'A A Futnlalied Cottagu In a nood location lor two or tluuu ukiiiUib. i- A lirautlfnl Summer Ituslilenco nt the 1'cnliiHiiin, I'eiirl City, completely ftmmlied; live- rooms mid servant's (iiiarters. Will rent cheap to a iKelmblo tenunt 'I lie lot I over an aero in lzc and well laid out, and com in a ml h a luaullful iev of tlu lurhor, 5 Stoiu llooui, ililxtS, fj.1 per month, driveway into it. Uuetaulu street, tear of City Feed Store. 0 Piece uround !MI feet front, on lleieta nla Blrtet, next to Cit l'eed Store. Will ereet kiI store on ground and leaw 5 jeuis at ?-.0 per month. 7 A Fiiiii1IiuI Itebiiknee on King street In n disliablc localily. 8 Kcntrtl. 0 l-'uiuMinl Cottage for eounlu nt Wi.l- MM, hi-rinit' tiailci, etalilii, tic. -'i ior mo.'lh, Io-ij; lini-u. 1(1 l.ait;u Hull on hmmii utitet, t;rouiHl Hour. Aiiyo'l'ty lpiiiin a quiet location 111 do well to tc tills. A. V. GEAR, 74-tf 211) Kint; street. For Sale or To Let. Throo Houses ooar l'uii.thou Collrpe, coutiiiuluR from raven to niiio rooms, bath room, bnlU, cloHetw, etc. New, modern mu convunieat. Good view, healthy loca lity. Apply to J. A. BDTTERFIELD, Anapnua street. J. A. BUTTERFIELD, Contractor & Btiilder KtimatcH triven. Ilepaiia mill altera lions made. Work given prompt attention. 1ST Telephone 851. 4t-3m Law Books. Do You Read Them ? Do You "Want One ? E jit AVE THE Latest Catai ATEST CATALOGUES OF THE f UBLICATIONS OF Callighan & Co., Little, Bpwn & Co., Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Co. We lriako a specialty of these publications.aridshall bo pleased to have tho Legal Fraternity of the Islands call on us when wanting a Law publica tion, at the lowest possible price. We are also Headquarter for Law Office Supplies: Document Files, Legal Papers, Typewriter Pa pers, Ribbons for all makes of Machines. In fact, wo can show you the greatest variety of Labor sav ing devices of any House in Town. If you want to save money, come our way, we aro tho Money Savers for you. Wall, Nichols Go i& Ui '! 113 KING STIIEET. W. C. ACHI & CO., Brokers & Dealers IS REAL ESTATE XST Wo will Buy or Sell Ileal Estate in nil parts of tho group. Eif Wo will Roll 1'ropoitieH ou lleiison nblo Commissions. OFFICE, 10 West King Street Fuuxmi Tract ! 15000 A Lot 50 feet by ioo feet On the Instalment Flan and 10 Percent Discount for C'ih. fjtr Apply to JAS. P. MORGAN, Auctioneer. Or W. C. ACIII, Ileal Estato Ilroker. September 21, 1890. 412-tf Lots! At WAIKIK1 on enr lino and on PA LAMA HOAD near FertilizinR Plant. ThC30 Lots ore Voiy Cheap and Sold on EaBy Term3. Doairnblo Aoro TriieU near tho city und other Piopt'tties or bulo. UltUCK, "WAUTNG At CO., Dealers iu Lota und Lands, !!12 Fort Stroot, uenr King. TEr,r.puo.sK GOT P. O. )ox 821. To Let or Lease. THE 'IES1DBNCE OF MRS. A. LONG, ono milo from pOHtofflce. Largo houso with furniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, large dining room, pantry, kitcheu. bath rooms, hot nnd cold water, with patent closets, servant houses, stables, horso paddock, garden nnd trees. A churming location. Apply to J ALFltED MAGOON. tf Merchant st noxt Fostofflcoi Investors Attention. Fersons desirous of making on invest ment can purchn'o n paying block of pro perly fronting ou Kiiig autl Mutinukea streets by culling on 143 tf J0IINF.C0L11URN. BmldHig imnwiwi Canadian-Australian Stoamora ot tho above Line running in connection with tho CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Botwoon Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. Wj, nnd calling at Viotoria, B. O. . Honolulu and Suva (Fiji), .A-IRE 3DTTE ufiua? I3:03q"OIjTTXj"Cr On or about tho dates below stated, viz.: Jb'rom S)dney nnd Sura, for Victoria and VnncoiiTor. II. O.t Stmr "WAIUUMOO" November 24 Stmr "MIOWE11A" December 24 Stmr "WAIUUMOO" December 16 Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Januury 21 Stmr "MIOWEHA" Jnnunrv 10 Stnir "MIOWEHA" February 24 Stmr "WAB1UMOO" February 10 ThroTtKli Tlclfctt IhhiiciI from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe. FiiKioni and rAfWENar.il aoknto: D. MoNicoll, Montreal, Canada. Rohert KEitn, WinnipoR, Cnnruln. M. M. Stekn, San Frnucisco, Cal. G. MoL. Buown, Vancouver, B. 0. Oceanic SteamsMp Go. Australian Mail Service, For San Francisco: The Now and Fino Al Stcol Steamship " Mariposa " Of tho Oceanic Stenmship Company will bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney and Auckland on or about Dec. 10, 1896. And will leave for tho obovo port with Mails and Fnssongors on or about that date. For Sydney and Auckland: Tho Now nnd Fino Al Stco Steamship " Monowai " Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will bo due at Honolulu from Snn Francisco 0:1 or olout Nov. 19, 1896. And will havo prompt despatch with Mails und FasBcngois for tho abovo ports. Tho undersigned aro now prepared to issue Through Tickets to All Points in the Lui led Stiiti!... C?f"For further pnrtioulnre regarding Freight or Passage apply to WM. 6. IRWIN &C0M L'd, General Agents. 'WL... '.-..T.'j' 1 LOCAL LINE S. S. AUSTRALIA. Arrivo Houolnla from S. F. Nov. 10, 1800. Deo. 11, 1890. Leave Honolulu for S. F. ..Nov. 21, 1800 ..Dec. 10, 1800 THROUGH LINE From San Frnucisco for Sydney. From Sydney for San Francisco. Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu. Monowai, Nov 10, '00 I Mnripoao.Dec 10,'Ofl Aiameua, ueo it, uu Pioneer Building and Loan Association. Assets July, 1S96, $106,6.5.15 Monoy Loaned on Approved Security A Suvings Hauk for Monthly Deposits, llomteii Built ou tho Monthly Installment Flan. Thirteenth Sorios of Stook now open. For fiuthcr particulars apply to A. V. GEAR, Secretary. Chamber of Commcrco Hooms. Offlco hours, 12:30 lt.'IOP.M. TO-tf BRUCE CAKTWRIGHT, General Monagor of The Equiiable Lifo Assurance Society Of tho United States for tho Hawaiian Isluuds. Orvcr: Merchant stroot, Honolulu. ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY OF LONDON. Assets, - - - $10,000,000. H. W. Schmidt & Sons, Ageuts for tho Hawaiian Islands. Subscribe frr theEvKMNU BuTj r.ETlN, 75 oenta pur uviuth. One mm Co. CM WW'fWHIMBI1 Steamship Line From Victoria nml Vancouver, It. O,, to Sinn nml Sydney) Stmr "MIOWEHA" NnvomW in EST For FreiBbt and Pasengo nnd all Gonoral Information, apply to THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd AKonts for tho Hawaiian Ielnnds. ll'iir's ?ieisliip Co's TIME TABLE. O. L. WIGHT, Prrs. S. D. IIOSK, 8eo. dipt. J. A. laNQ, 1'ortSupt. Stmr. KINAU, CLARKE, Commander, Will lenvo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touohiug nt Lnhatna, Maalaen llay nnd Mnkcua the samodjy; Mahukona, Kawaihnonnd Lau pahoohoe tho following day, arriving nt Ililo the samo ovoning. LBAVKS nOKOLUI.U. ABRIVBS HOMOLDLO. Friday Nov. 20 "Tuesday.. ..Doo. 1 Friday Dec. 11 Tuesday Pop. 22 Humlay NovlS Saturday. . . Nov. 28 lucsuny.. , Deo. 8 Friday Deo. 18 Upturning, v.ill lenvo Ililo nt 1 o'clock p. u., touching nt Laupahoehoo, Mahu kona nnd Knwnihno samo day Makonn, Maalaen Uay nnd Lnhninn the following day; arriving nt Honolulu Iho nflornoong of luosdny nnd Fridays. iii can nt i'ohoikl, 1'nnn. No Freight will bo rocclvcd after 12 noon on day of sailing. Stmr. OLAUDINE, UAMERUN, Commander, Will leave Honolulu Tuesday nt Gp.m.i touching at Kuhului, Unna, Uomoannd Kipahulu, Maui, lleturniug auiven nt Honolulu Sunday moruingH. Will Call lit Nllll. KlllllWI nil ESMlll.1 n'n of each month. T3No Freight will bo received after p. m. on day of sailing. This Company will reserves tho right to make change in tho tiiro of departure and nnivnl of its stenmeis without notleo and it will not ho rcsponsiblo for nny conse quences arising therefrom. Consignees must bo at tho Landings to receive their Fttight; this Company will not hold itself responsible for freight after it has been landod. Live Stook only nt umieiV risk. This Company will not be responsible for Monoy or Valuables of pur.cngers unless placed in tho eaio ofl'uiburs. PiifcFongors mo recpaejted to purchase tickets before embarking. Those failing to do so will bo subject to nn ndditiona chnrgo of twenty-live per cent. For Family Use I Just Ileeeived, ox "0. C. Funk," n cargo of Wellington, Departure Baj, Coal Which is offered in quantities to suit. 2240 lbs. to the Ton. DELIVERY FREE. WILDER & CO., L'D. 301 Ac 303 Kort street. A Good Thing- -JL--TJ !3 O Ohia, Algeroba and Pine Firewood Cut ami Split (ready for tho Stove). AlnO, STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL WHITi: AND I1LA0K SAND At Lowest l'rires, deliveiod to any part of tho City. TEIvISFM-ION13 : i Afa HUSTAGE& CO. 31 Queen Stieot. pawaiian Fertilizing COMPANY Is proparod to furnish 4oooTons Cane Fertilizer To ordor for 1890. In Quantities to Suit: SJtT" Oidors solicited for n future dc tivery. A. K. COOKE, Manager. LL?V':"Vka?-' 'iBan turwFiH-ai' fWBnBfBHHHHBrBngiiuiijiTi anuriHinBiBAA xt j,tru !& n ( -i 'iv.y.jiiBnn.Lu.nu)'- j i, xux-ia. iibFii " t - '-" - - - - - - irts vrair ttm jhmbkjmkt . chhbouwbuvu jhjthhi M(:iEUnuisi alt f i. j - . .jsira ..