Newspaper Page Text
' '&' ,
"' V- X
of Madrid 28 new cases and 7 deaths
' were reported, Aug. 1st, mid in tltc
Province of Madrid, outside of the
city, -1!) new casus and 1 1 deaths.
Twenty bodies lay iinhuried in the
conictry onUidc of the town, the
Police Cordon around the infected
houses preventing people from ob
taining burial licenses. The lower
dulses manifest the greatest hosti
lity to the olllcial doctors and pnll
bcaiers. The epidemic is spreading
to all the northern provinces.
A Paris despatch of July !31sl say
the cholera is developing alarmingly
in Marseilles, Lyon 3 and elsewhere
in the south of Prance.
Prom Madrid it is reported the
cholera has broken out on the French
frontier. One-fourth of the inhabi
tants of Montenegro, in Sorin, died
of cholera during ten days. The
survivors lied, with the exception of
one Gcu. d'Arnis, who remained to
bury the bodies of the victims. The
credits voted for the work of com
bating cholera throughout Spain arc
exhausted and the Government will
at once convoke u Stale Council to
demand further cholera credits. Re
ceet violent storms have duplicated
the mortality from cholera and
raised the ratio of deaths !W per
cent. The provincial Italian Liberal
Associations arc organizing volun
teer corps to go to Spain and assist
the people in the cholera-stricken
regions. The movement is spread
ing and becoming important, and
donations are llowing in from all
parts of Italy.
A l'.UVOI.T IX Sl'AlV.
Madrid advices of July 2!)th say
the people of Huesca, the capital of
the province of Huesca, have risen
in revolt against the execution of
the Excise law. Yesterday's rising
was serious, and the enraged people
attacked the edifice of the Excise
Collector and burned it to the
Senor Castelar, the Republican
leader, is making a tour of Galicia
and his reception by the people thus
far has been enthusiastic. The
Government has prohibited the hold
ing of banquets or serenades in his
Sir Moses Montcfiorc, the Jewiih
centenarian philantjiropist, is dead.
. . .
THE Al'UIIAX lSII'Ti:.
St. Petersburg correspondence
says the English, after establishing
at Port Hamilton a number of coal
depots, have raised forts and laid a
cable between Quelpacrt and an is
land of the Yang-tse-Kiang. Three
Russian men-of-war, stationed in
the waters of Quelpacrt, failed to
observe the laying of the cable.
It is repoited, and generally cred
ited, that Prince Bismarck has sug
gested that Zulfikar Pass be made
neutral, thus solving the- dilllculty
between England and Russia in re
gard to its possession. British mili
tary experts ridicule this scheme as
The British Government is re
presented as being loyally desirous
of cariying out their pledge, when
taking oflicc, of carrying forward
negotiations for peace on the
lines established by Lord Granville.
The Czar and his advisers are said
to be convinced it would be a much
more risky business to exasperate
England now than it was last March,
both on account of the return of tile
war party to power and of the friend
ship of German' toward the present
Pan-Slavist societies arc trying to
inflame Russian public opinion ag
Lord Salisbury has agreed to the
request of Do Staal, the Russian
Embassador, to suspend negotiations
in relation to the Afghan boundary
question until Do Giers obtains the
report of the topographic survey,
which has been ordered at Zulfikar
In a recent durbar the Ameer of
Afghanistan advised his people to
cultivate the friendship of England,
and said it would bo a sad day for
them if they ever came under "the
tyrannical rule of Russia."
A Paris paper has a sensational
despatch from St. Petersburg saying
lliat war between England and Rus
sia is certain directly after the elec
tions in England.
SupKiu'isn Black Dress Coats, to
be secured at a bamain, at N. S.
Sachs, 101 Fort street.
Cau. on tho California Produces
Co., Hotel street, and sec a lot of
nice fresh fruits and vegetables they
received to-day. 93 It
AVj: have a good stock of brass,
cbonv and walnut pole cornices, at
low prices. King Bros.' Art Store,
Pautii-.s desirous of sending Bu
naiins or other Island fruits to friends
or relatives on tho Coast, can have
tho same delivered at destination by
paying cost and charges to Ily.
Davis, manager C. P. & P. Co.
"AVo judge ourselves by our vir
tues," says n philosopher. Well,
what of it? If we didn't probably
no one else would.
ARRIVALS. " "
Sehr Waleliu from Kolo.i
S S Marlpo-a from San Francl-co
S 8 Australia fiom San Kraurbeo
Stmr l.uhua from ICahiilul
Sttnr Mokolll from Molnlnd
Sclir Manuokawal from Koohut
Sehr Kawullnnl for Koolau
S S Austialla for Australia
Itpctnc Consuclo for San Francisco
.Stmr Lcliua for Kahuhil
Stmr .las 1 Dowottfor Molokal
.Stair Mokolll for Molokal
Stmr hvalanl for Kauai
Sehr Manuokawal for Koolau
Sehr Walchu for IColoa
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bgtno l'ouuclo. CoihIiis
IIMne Eureka, l.ee
Fiom Sau Francisco, per S S
piua. August 8 Win Center.
Glade, Miss LCoekctr. Mr K O
and 2 children, L .Surantl and
Aitliur Brown, 1) X Johnston.
Vos, ItWKiovm, 1) Fitzgerald
Shiletlo, P C .Jones .1 It Atherton, E C
Damon..! B Gaylord, Thos Bllgli, L
Saiuw ell and i"r in steerage.
From Kahulul anil by ports, per stmr
Lehua, August 8 Mrs Barnard, Mis
Uniia, G A Rawson, Mr Apa, Master
Putnam, Miss Forbes, Father GuUtan,
Miss Graeo Robertson, OK Wilder, W
G I.owrie, Mrs Meyer and 2 children.
The S S Australia sails at3: 10 o'clock.
The barkentine Discovery cleared
from San Francisco for Honolulu July
00, with merchandise valued at 15,783,
including 123 bills Flour, 00,0S0 lbs
Boneincnl, 1.070 Posts, 50 bis bags, 5,
505 lbs Bi ead, 053 bis Hav, 391 etls Oats,
204 Doors, COG sks Fertilizer, 184 bbls
10 cs Salmon, 50 bbls Lime, 100 sks
Middlings, 1,403 sks Bran, 129,000 Shin
gles. 50 cs Oil, 223 ctls Barley, 115 Hogs,
2 Horses, 10 Pigs, 12 Mules, etc.
The S S Mariposa arrived this morn
ing at 0:30 o'clock, 0 days, 15 hours
from San Francisco. She had fine
weather all the way. Was 1 mile
ahead of tins Australia when leaving the
San Francisco liaibor.
The Hazard arrived at San Francisco
July 31. 30 days fromHllo. She is to
sail again for iltlo on the 10th hist.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Mk. Luning has been hunting for
Tom Collins all the morning.
Mk. W. O. Smith writes from San
Francisco that he and family arc fat
A quantity of local matter is de
ferred to make loom for a large bud
get of foreign news.
. - .,-- -
Tin: circus will perforin on Wed
nesday evening in the vacant lot on
Fort street above Uodd's stables.
FuRsnn Guaid and Messrs. Jones
and Atherton have our thanks for
very complete files of San Francisco
A call is issued for a meeting of
Americans at the Hotel to-night, to
arrange for lucmoiial services for
General Grant. The advertisement
Mk. J. Sullivan, expressman for
Fashion Stables,and Miss E. Hassin
ger, daughter of Mr. J. A. Hassinger,
were married yesterday by Rev. J.
A. Cruzan and Father Leonor.
Onk hundred and forty-five thous
and dollars in gold coin came by the
S. S. Mariposa this morning.
$83,000 was consigned to Bishop &
Co., for themselves and others, and
800,000 to Hackfeld & Co.
All the circus animals were hud
dled together in a comer of the O.
S. S. dock this morning and a multi
tude of ragamuffins preclied them
selves on every available point to
gaze in happy contentment, signify
ing which they would take if they
had their choice.
Sl'oak news may be summarized
in the statements that the California
Refinerv has raised its prices ic.
per lb. for whites and Ac. for yellows,
makintr them conform to other re
finery j and that there has been a
fin thcr decline of about i cent in
raws both in New York and London.
Mit. Henry Watcrhousc has a fine
crayon picture of U. S. Grant that
had been sent to him from Iowa
about the time the General was
making his tour of the world. Mr.
Wnterhouso has decked the picture
with crape and will place it in the
Queen street store window.
Tun Saturday Press team defeat
ed the V. C. Advertiser team with
great slaughter on Makiki baseball
field to-day. There were 22 runs on
the galleys of the victors, when tho
cases of tho vanquished were pied
with only 19 emptied out. Now tho
Saturday liomilists will dine two
dollars' worth at tho expense of the
"great paper" ballists.
Mu. William Cust, engineer at
McColgan's plantation, Kainalo, Mo
lokai, fell olf tho btcainer Mokolii
when 6ff Diamond Head last Mon
day evening, and was drowned.
Kvery effort was made to wive him
but without effect. He was a native
of Ireland, about twenty-six years
old and had been on the islands about
two years. His mother resides on
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at 1:30. The
following is the piogramnic:
Miu'cli Dellllr Knppoy
Ovei tine Light Cavahy Suppe
Cavatlnn Belisat lo Donizetti
Reminiscences of Bellini Godfrey
Waltz The Svrcns Waldteufel
Polka A Good Kiss Waldteufel
DEATH OF EX-MINISTER PIERCE.
News has been received by the
Mariposa of the death of Mr. Pierce,
a well-known figure in past Hawaiian
history. In the year 1 :).", Hon.
Henry A. Pierce, then about !)j
years old, came to the islands and
in conjunction with C. Brewer or
ganized the firm of Pierce & Brewer,
now C. Brewer fc Co. Mr. Pierce
returned to America and in 187(5
he cainc here as U. S. Minister Re
sident and continued in that posi
tion for two terms and afterwards
became Minister of Foreign Affairs.
He died at San Francisco July 28th,
and was buried from the Union Club
rooms. He was 77 years of age at
the time of his death.
Bankrupt sale at Hawaiian Bazar
continued this evening, by Lyons &
Sale of the celebrated race horse
General Hancock and throroughbrcd
filly May D., by Lyons & Levey, at
their salesroom, 12 o'clock noon
Great credit sale, of various kinds
of merchandise, at the store of II.
Hackfeld &Co., at 10 o'clock Mon
day and Tuesday.
In R. R. Morrison's garden at
ban Diego there arc coffee, custard
apple, golden guava and cinchona
trees in full bloom and producing.
"Never sun feather beds," says
an old housekeeper. Among other
things which should never be done
to feather beds may be mentioned
sleeping on them.
AMERICAN residents of Honolulu
and vicinity aic invited to meet
at the Hawaiian Hotel this (Satuiday)
evening, at 7:U0 o'clock, for the purpose
of holding Memorial Services commc
moiativc to the late cx-Prcsident Grant.
GEO. W. MERRILL.
Honolulu, August 8, 1SS.J. 0!! It
THE undersigned Inning purchased
Irom the 'assignees of the bank
rupt estate of Chiug Hung all book
accounts due said estate, hereby author
izes Cham; Hung to collect the same for
the undersigned. (!! lin) SING LOY.
LIME ,! LIME !
i'niroiii.e llomn Manufacture
The Hawaiian Stone Comp'y
Are now prepaied to furnish fresh Lime
in quantities lo suit purchasers, and
satisfaction wai ranted as to Loth the
kind and the price.
BY!! orll gentlemen, a cottage unfur
nished, with ample giounds and at
easy distance from town. Apply this
A BOOK-KEEPER wants a position
as be.ul or assistant book-keeper,
either in the city or on a plantation.
He writes a good hand, ami speaks Eng
lish, German, Norwegian and Swedish.
Address " Book-keeper," Bulletin olilce.
BEGS to inform Iter numeious friends
nnd customers that she lias re
moved to Nuuiinu street, third house
from the (irt bridge, whero she will be
happy to attend toallonleis for Dress
making in all brandies, and nt pi ices to
suit the times. 02 lw
Halawa Sugar Company.
''piIE nununl meeting ot the Ilalnwa
JL Sugar Company will bo held at
the olilce of O. Brewer it (Jo., cm Monday
the 17th August, at 10 o'clock a.m. A
full attendance of stockholders is ic
nuested. J. O. CARTER,
6S 2w Secretary Halawa Sugar Co.
'"piIE undersigned passengers by the
JL (.(earner Iwubini on the. excursion
to Nlhoa, desire to express our apprecia.
lion of tho courtesy and attention hhowu
us by Captain Freeman and his subordi
nates during the trip. In spile of the
over-ciowded condition of the steamer.
everything was done that could be nsUcd
for tho comfort nnd accommodation of
tho passengers, and thu exclusion was
made a pleasant and enjoyable one to
HEftENO E. BISHOP,
A. J AEG EH,
WILLIAM W. HALL,
S. It. DOLE,
DR. M AIM IN,
JAB.. I. "WILLIAMS,
OlIAS. B. WILSON,
II. W. AULD,
and ethers 02 lw
at Tin: mom: or
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Queen St , at 10 o'clock a.tn., on
Monday & Tuesday,
August 10th and lllli, when I will
oiler at public auction, upon
A Liberal Credit to tho Trade
Tin lr large and woll asoitcd Slock of
New & Fresh Goods
Ot every duicrlplic.u. it is impossible
within tho limits of an advertise
ment to descilbe a tenth of the
in tides to be offered, but
amongst them I will
inline a few :
FINE PRINTS !
White & Brown Cottons, Drills, Denims,
Blue Cottons, Muiino, Dress
Goods, Flunnels, all col
ors; Silks & Satins,
Tailor's Oootlss !
All kinds; Shirts, cvciy kind; Silk
HandkercIiiefs,Slia wis, Blan
kets, Quilts, Perfumery,
Chairs Saddles, Groceries, Soaps,
IPloxxv ixncl Siig-ai,
Paints, Liquors, Brandies, Gin,
Wines, Beers, Etc.
Havana, Mexican and American Cignrs,
I3C IX 1 cl -w iX V o,
You must come to the sale lo judge
properly of the assortment, and it 'will
pay to do so, for everything nlleied will
be sold, m that there will lie a chance
The terms of sale isill be very liberal,
running from If to 8 months, for appiov
cd paper, depending upon the amount
JK. 2. AASf. Auci'r.
(Late Ten Cent Store).
Lyons S. Levey will sell by auction tho
Stock in the above premises, on
Friday & Saturday Evenings,
August 7th and 8th, at half pa-t
seven (7) o'clock.
The Stock consuls f.f
00 Etc., Etc., Etc. -It
HORSE and l'liacton, cheap. Inquire
of W. D. Mc WAYNE.
iDER'S Steamship Company
ants lo buy a largo iiou box-
safe. Apply at the Company's olilce.
A RESPECTABLE and educated Gill
or young woman lo take care of
children ami to make herself geneially
useful in managing household atlairs.
To the right party will bo given a com
fortablo home nnd she will be consider
ed a companion in the family. Good
wages. Apply to J.E.WISEMAN.
f.O lw Gencrnl Business Agent.
'J as. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books and Accounts neatly and coircct
ly kept, albo all kinds ot copying at
tended to. Olilce with Huptace it Bo.
bertson, 811 tf
Dissolution of Cn-Pai'tuor-.sliip.
TOTIUK is hcieby given
pniincridiip heretofore existing
between C. F. Wolfo and .1. C. Edwards
Is this day dlesohed by mutual consent.
The business will bo carried on by C.
F. Wolfe (under the firm namo of Wolfe
& Co.) who will be re-ipoiiblblo for all
tho liabilities ot said copartnership,
and who alone In autliorlcd to make
acquittances for debts due the same.
O. F. WOLFE,
Honolulu, August 5, 1830. 01 !U
5f tKa yjjy -vajsr
Or Ullcl 11 Hotel fcttlH'Ol.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
California Grapes, l'eachc3, Apricot, Plums I'car, Nectarines and l'runcs. Also,
Fresh Gala Salmon, do Shrimps, do Codllsh, do Clams In Shell, nnd Hock Cod.
Also, a few nice ltcd Cabbages, Swiss Chece, Cream Cheese. Edam Cheese and
very mild Cain Family Cheese, Family Cain Corned Beef, Fresh Cala Holl Butler,
Kegs Family Butter.
ALSO, Fine Fat Smoked Salmon and dried Skip Jack and Baracula for sale
cheap. A line lot of choice New Zealand Potatoes, just received and for sale very
cheap in quantities to suit.
ALSO, A full line of Fancy and Staple Gioccric3, just to hand per O. S. S.
Co.'s steamer Mariposa.
By each arrival of O. S. S. Co.'s steamers, we received Fresh Cala Fruits, do
Fish, Oysters and Game on ice.
Goods delivered free of charge to all pails of Honolulu, and satisfaction
Telephone No. 2-10, Both Companies. P. O. Box 297. (702
I ii (ir.-U-c.'liiHM ouiuncr unci priceH lo Knit tlie i iines,
70 King St., adjoining Geo. W. Lincoln, Contractor ifc Builder.
Coitml Park Smi mk
Open Every Evening and Wednes
day and Saturday Afternoons.
Music by the Band.
Tucadav, Friday and Saturday JBveu;
ings and on Wednesday" "
XR. CIIAS. IIOYTS Shcftini: Shop
ill Is now ii'.opencd. Interfering
horses n specially,
comei of Ahtken.
Al'UliNlSHEI) cottage containing
two rooms, centrally Incited. Ap
ply to AVERY & PALM Ell,
General Business Agent, No. 0(1 Fort
siieet, 8H lw;
1 T'.VO-STORY COTTAGE. WITH
Ix. ticllLcd verandahs and large
grounds, at Palama, hitch' occupied by
Mr. W. II. Wilkinson. Kent low to
a good tenant. JOHN ROHELLO.
IMA NO TUN J NO.
HAYING obtained the sei vices of a
llrst-class Piano Tuner, wo wish
to inform the public that we arc nblo to
Tune and Bcjiuir IMuiiim at tliort notice.
All onlms lett with us will be promptly
atteiuicit to, ami an won; warraiueii.
1033 ly WEST, DOW & CO.
Yoseite SMii Blit
Will be open every afternoon and even
ings as follows :
.llonila.v, Vt''(lnenlu.v, Thiirmlny and
To the public in general.
'i'licMilay and Friday K veiling,
Wcdiirhriuy anil Saturday
i.r ladies and their c-curli..
AMUSEMENTS TO COME;
By icquest of ladies anil geutlenu'ii
who look part in tho Inst Masquerade nt
Yosemitc Skating Rink, preparations
are being made lo have another, Sept.
25lli, when we will have the Grand May
pole D.tnce also.
Mrs. J. Rodanet
G( IVES fair notico to her customers
Ttbat ALL accounts due her must lie
paid this mouth, or thoy will be placed
in the hands of n collector.
Honolulu, August 1st, 18. C-l If
Labor Saving Soft Soup.
WHAT ALL FAMILIES, HOTELS
Saud Laundries need. For sale at
W. E. Herrich's shop, Bethel street, by
77 I in WM. II. HUDDY
COTTAGE TO IiET.
rnilE cottage, at present occupied by
X Mrs. Small, opposite the Beretanla
Street entrance of thu Hawaiian Hotel,
will bo let at $ 10 per month j tho letting
of Hie sniuo being conditional upon the
sale of ihe furniture now in it. For
particulars, apply to
L. E. SPERRY,
Jeweler and Engraver,
NO. 611, FORT STREET.
Engiavlngs and Monograms executed
In the highest style, and jewelry
01 made to oider, !hn