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Department of Education,
'Penilei fgi furnishing the mate
rial nuil Luildinir u School House.
according lo specifications to be seen
nt the Office of thi? llimrd of Educa
tion, on the lot belonging to the
Bon id, nt Knlilii, ni.iukii of the icsi
denro of A. Kcinundei, will bu ro
ceivrd ut the Oilieu up lo 12 o'clock
noon of the (illi instant.
The liunnl dooa not bind itEclf to
accept tho lowest or any lender.
V. 15. MtfllOP,
Pioaidcnt lloaul of Kihieatiun.
Honolulu, Oct. :i, lb88. 02 lit
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Houolulu. Hawaiian IbIiuuIe.
Draw Exchange on the
JbSuulc ol Culilbx-ulu, . ST.
Auil their agents iu
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. K. V. Rothschild A Sou, London
The Comiiiucial l'anli Co., of Sydney,
The Commcrd-il M-inl: Co.. of Sydney,
The Bauti ol .-lew Zetland: Auckland,
Chrlstohi.rch, a-iii ellingtoa,
The Hank ol Rritish Columbia, Vic
toria, B C nail Portland, Or.
Tranaati . o . i is i.'ixiiu- tiusiucts.
"tin 1 ,
X' 11 JK
Pledged to neither Sect nor Patty,
But established for the benefit of all.
THE CQMiNG BASEBALLISTS.
The November mail steamer from
San Francisco due on the 2-tth, will
bring tho two teams of American
baseball players, who are going to
the Colonies to play a seiies of
games. Tho party will consist of
125 persons all told. Mr. Leigh
Lynch, the advance agent was in
Honolulu last Monday and has
made all arrangements with Mr.
George "V. Smith for games to be
played in Honolulu. Jn a day or
so Mr. Smitli will call a meeting for
the purpose of obtaining subscrip
tions, and theie is no doubt there
will be a ready response on the part
of the public.
The two teams include the finest
baseball players iu the United
States, so that this popular game
will be seen in the highest stale of
perfection. The Oceanic Steamship
Company have promised that tho
steamer shall arrive here earl' in
the morning and slay all day. In
cluded in the party will be fifteen
reporters, two from Chicago, three
fromNew York, two from lloston,one
each from Baltimore, Indianapolis,
Pittsburg, etc. When the meeting
is called by Mr. Smith, it is to be
hoped that there will be a huge at
tendance of the public.
THE SUGAR TRUST.
Some queer stories are current in
the San Francisco papers regarding
the action of the Sugar Trust in
suppressing the New York prices
for raw sugars, and thereby giving
for cargoes of Island sugars, a less
figure than what actual sales had
been effected at.
The Trust is hy far the largest
purchaser of raw sugar coming into
New York to-day, and their trans
actions in that article must lo a
great extent control prices, but if
they have sulllcient influence to pre
vent such sales being made public
it can bo easily seen that our plan
ters will become sufferers thereby,
as they will be forced to accept only
such prices as the Trust may allow
to become public.
"When press quotations in San
Francisco were CJ cents it wus
' known that the Trust had bought
5,500 hogsheads and 50,000 mats of
raw sugaratC. The Planter arrivod
in San Francisco after this transac-
tion and it is to be hoped that the
sugar by her got the benefit of the
rise. The following is a clip-
- . ping from the San Francisco Alta
on the matter:
Now York, Sept. 22d. For sev
eral weeks past thcro has beeii a
I degree of unreliability as to the ac
tual quotations in the sugar market,
sellers giving ono figure and buyers
another. But considerable excite
ment occurred this week through
sales of raw sugar being reported at
Gtf cents. Though this figure was
.actually paid for some 5,500 hogs
heads, tho trust desired lo suppress
tho fact, fearing that tho importers
W -i f i SwaTt2itMfcrp
Mould mnke further ndvnncct I'-ape-cinlly
In tho face ol lad ciOf re
ports from Euiopu ami d -.ruction
to tho cano fields in Cuba. It was
not intended that tho terms of the
last transaction shou'd be. wade
public, and thcro in a itriil investi
gation nmong (lie tru,' eaudnyeeg to
ascertain where the leak eceuiTed,
as it is their interest to wituhold
Euitok Bulletin: Th Chinese
Tlieatrc has become an intolerable
nuisance, and should be closed for
ever at once, for the benefit and
comfort of those living in tho viciu
Ry. Chun lli:r
sKcicii or tub c.vm:r.n or tue our at
Francoisc Acbille Ihizainc was
born in Versailles Fcbruaiy J3, 1811,
and was therefore in his seventy
eight year at the time of his death,
lie received a fair education in his
youth, and when twenty years of
age enlisted as a private in the
French army. He became a lieuten
ant in 18i)o, while iu Algeria,
and was promoted to n cap
taincy after two years' service with
the Foreign Legion against the
Carlists iu Spain. He was igain
promoted Lieutenant-Colonel in
1818, after nine years' active ser
vice in Algeria and Morocco. In
18.")0 he was appointed Ci.-li.ncl of
the First Legion and General of
Brigade in the Crimean war, acting
as Commander of Sebastopol after
its capture. Five years later he ac
quired the rank of General of Divi
sion, and participated in the capture
of'Kinburn. He subsequently held
the position of Military Inspector ol
France. In the Italian campaign
in June, 1859, he was badly wound
ed while commanding hw division in
the attack upon Melegnano, and he
took a conspicuous part in the fa
mous battle of Solferino. In I8G2
he commanded the first division ol
the French army in Mexico, and
compelled the surrender of Pueblo
in May, 1803, alter which the
French entered the Mexican capital.
The rank of Marshal was conferred
upon him in 1SG1. In February,
180,"), he captured the Mexican
army of 7000 men under Diaz.
Though Bazaine persuaded Maxi
milian to issue the most rigorous
decrees and he himself relentlessly
executed them, be was suspected ot
secietly plotting against that Em
peror in pursuance of personally
ambitious schemes. While in Mex
ico he married a wealthy Mexican
lady,vhooe family sided with Juarez.
In 18G7 he witbdiew the French
forces from Mexico. Returning to
Frani e he too!: a seat in the Senate
and shortly afterward was commis
sioned commander of the Third
Army Corps. On the outbreak of
the Franco-Frtisbian war in 1870 he
took the Held with hi corps, and iu
August of that 3 ear assumed com
mand of the armies ot France in
place of the Empei or Napoleon. In
the same month he bc;an bis retreat
from Mctz, liopin" to join his forces
to those of McMnliou at Chalons,
but when still in trout of the foi tress
he was attacked by the German
forces under Pi Mice Frederick
Charles. Bazaine had lo retire his
force within the iuitiess, and was
kept there by the Germans until
October 27lh, when he was compell
ed to surrender bis army of 173,
000 men. Bazaine was permitted
to join the ex-Emperor at Cassel.
Alter the lieaiy of peace he re
moved to Geneva, where he lived
quietly for some time.
In 1873 ho was arrested on a
charge of treason, pivf. veil by
Gambetta. lie was tried Ly court
maitial and sentenced to death.
This sentenced was comu ited by
President Mc.Mnhon to twciuy years'
imprisonment at the iijund of Saiule
Magucritc, near Cannes. In 1871
he escaped from the island to Spain,
since which time he has lived in re
Tho vivid picture of English life
as it comes by cable from our Lon
don correspondents, says the New
York Herald, is a brilliant epitome
of the great world in England.
Somehow, England seems so settled
and sure, i,o buttressed by her
fleets and protected by the enviton
ing seas, that when we read of her
troubles, we fancy they are like the
trouble of the rich and venerable;
like the gout, spend-thrift nephews,
or giddy wives something quite
inseparable from luminal prosperi
ty. Old England has her Irish
question, ever becoming acute, and
about which enough temper is lost
to make a new force in nature like
the natural gas or Dakota blizzards.
Troubles likewise with her jockeys,
about which thero is continual ex
citement among the nubility. There
is also a Parliament silting in fear
of tho unexpected lroi.i l'ainell and
Lord Randolph Lhunluil. She has
a Royal Family which irf always
asking for money, an Indian ques
tion, which is another name for
jobbery, and every few days there
is a panic. Sometimes the panic is
about Canada and Fenian invasions.
Sometimes it is a dread of 100,000
Frenchmen crossing over some night
from Cherbouig to Brighton. Some
times it is dynamite, and sometimes
it takes the dreaded form of the
abolition of the Lord Mayor. It
generally culminates in a Parlia
mentary vote of money and tlio
country becomes tranquil. England
is well in hand with her Tory Gov
ernment. Lord Salisbury repre
sents the yearning for repose iu the
British character which Beacons
field and Gladstone were ever dis
turbing. BeaconsQold was always
springing some new sensation, and
Gladstone's conscience was nover at
peace. It was tho prince of the
jingoes at war with the prince of
cranks Caglioslro against Fetci
the Hermit. Salisbury, however,
trundles along with all the old ap
pliances in good order ; Divine
light, the Cionu, the Church, what
ever Billons hold dear and venera
ble ; and whenever an issue deve
lops it is stilled by a majority. Ire
land is held in the stem grip of the
most heartless Scotchman since Cla
wrhousc. England is satisfied be
cause thero is no incrcaso of tho
taxes, and she is told that 'author
ity is maintained." England has
a way nt times ot becoming hysteri
cal. This beason of apathy and
government by a dumb majority is
too serene to continue long. Lord
Salisbury lives at the meicyof a
coalition, lie is Premier by the
grace of Lord llartington. While
this Parliament lasts the llartington
grace will probably ensure the Tory
(lower. But will Lord llartington
be permitted to return as a Liberal,
holding his place as a Liberal mem
ber and using his power to destio'
the Liberal party? The growing
power in England is Radicalism.
There arc four men in English poli
tics who know their own minds
Mr. Gladstone, Mr. Laboucherc,
Lord Randolph Churchill, and Mr.
Parnell. Mr. Gladstone is a very
old man, and his presence in politics
averts the Radical l evolution. Mr.
Laboucherc has no illusions, and
would sneer at the throne. Lord
Randolph, having learned that a
paity is moic than a mere man,
would like to apply the test of pow
er to his Tory democracy. Mr.
l'ainell is the incarnate spirit of
Ireland that and nothing more.
The English Empire might fly into
showers of meteoric stones if Mr.
Parnell could sit iu an Irish Parlia
ment. A mighty world teeming,
solid, conservative, slowly moving
along in its sure Titanic pace this
venerable England, whose doings of
yesterday and hopes of to-daj- arc
told in her cables, unique in her
strength and her possibilities, and
yet with probabilities of revolution
in her hard bosom, if those rumb
ling voices of Radicalism arc not
heard in time. Home News.
LIFE INSURANCE FOR ALL IT IS
'I believe there is money in those
accident and life insurance com
panies," said old Barkins. "They
allow you you S 1,500 for an eye,
S3, 000 for two eyes, $1,000 for an
arm or a leg, and S3, 000 for two
arms or two legs, but they only
give your widow 85,000 if you die.
Well, its enough to see that you can
make more than S3, 000 if you die
kinder slow. First lose yer legs,
then j-er arms, then yer eyes, and
then die. That's Unco S3,000 and
the 85,000 for your widow beside
11,000 altogether. I tell .you, Jim,
there's money in that, and I'm goin'
to et insured right now." Harp
The record of the transatlantic
steamship lines for the fiscal year
ending June 30th is of great inte
rest. By this it is shown that the
average trip of the steamer Umbria
in 1887 was 187.5 hours. In 1888
it was 180.2 hours. The Elruria
in 1887 made an average trip of 188
hours, which was reduced to 180. 7
hours in 1888. In 1887 the Allcr
made an average trip of 205.7
hours; in 1888, 11)0.9 hours. The
average trip of the La Champagne
in 1887 was 202.2 hours. In 1888 it
was 200.9 hours. The Brittannic
reduced her average trip from 210.8
toiMOin 1888. The Gcrmania reduced
her time from 228 hours to 221.9
hours', and the llammonia from
210.7 hours to 235.1 hours. The
quickest trip of the mail from New
York to London was by the Etruria,
in 179.5 hours, but the Umbria took
the mail on one trip in 179.7. This
is a difference of twelve minutes in
a passage of 2800 nautical miles.
It is a ctuious thing that there
should bo so small a difference in a
passage of 2,8000 knots.
I in mi Mwwnimiimiwuiwi
jyfK. Uhas. Phillip is the authorised
JLtX collector for "O I.nto Hiniaiinno."
P. A. DIAS,
0 1 !)t Editor "O Lubo llawaliimo."
rpiIE TAHITI AERATED WATERS have
X tie gicutcst poehiblc parity in ihe
method ot prepaiiug tint gas and the
M.peilur quality of tho water need. The
gtis undergo the pirifjbig proee-s of
rmRisiiiir through tho water of a ISO gal-
Ion tank, befoie being admitted to the
silvei-liued ictort in which the Injuora
ate eonlliKil; and the Mater In from an
aiti'sdan well There h no surfaro water
U'sed in the uuituifijcturo; no vegetable
tkuiv; no animal matter; no tortus of
disease; nor iw impurity whatever.
Absolute purity of gas and water make
the liquors rest in ihe weakest of
btoniaeliH at all liinej the machinery at
Ihe SUNNY SOUTH FACTORY Is keptscru.
pulouMy clean, anil onciated by Mcam
puwer; iii.d, the bottles being on Hie
valve prl elplo requiring no corks, tho
uso ot corktercwB is avoided. Another
iinpoitunl consideration in iho Ubo of
vahclmiiltu is thai no metal is used in
rarDujwt 26 Mcrehint Street, Hono
lulu. J. E. BROWN & CO.
Auction Sales by Lovfis J, Levey.
Valu'blellorses ft Carriages
By order of John F. Col burn, Trustco
for D. & H 1C. MkIioo, I will
ell nt Vu bllii Auction
On Monday, Oct. 8th,
AT IB OTLOl'K SOUS,
III ftont of my t-ak"i oonis, coiuci of
Foit and Queen sttcets,
3 Hacks, 3 Sots of Harness,
5 f.ooil Knelt IIoiucm,
3 ouel Hnrk ur lirooil Mure,
Hack ! 4 S-Sorses
Broken to Ilnine it Saddle.
Abo, immediately after tho aboyo
1 Extra Mnc Sulky, now:
1 Country W'ngnu, with Polo
anil Shafts ;
1 Fine Driving Brake, 2 seated
i :bi1qaixng cart :
1 Brood Marc, 1 Saddle (lone.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
SPECIAL SALE OF
By older of A. M. Hewctt I will sell at
Public Auction, at his Stoie,
M delimit slieet,
On WEDNESDAY, Oct, 10, '88,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
Tlie whole of his stock of
BLAHK BOOKS !
Le'tfcr I'npei &, Envelopes,
Jmlev's fs Copying Books,
Shipping; Tn&, nrl Albums,
Clips-, Honk & Stand Files,
Toy Books, Novel?,
Invitation Cards & Envelopes,
Inks &, Ink Stand?,
Mucilage, etc ,
Pens, Pencils & PenholderB,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
04 4t Auctioneer.
DUHING my absence, fiom tho Kini:
dom the Hon. W. J?. AHen will
act for me under a full power of nttor
ney in nil private m Uteri, and also in
all estates in which T am nsfdiineo or
agent. "W. C. PAltKE.
Honolulu, August 2i, 1888. 2'J 2ra
LIj members .of Endue No. 2 are
rciiuesteil to be iu attendance at
the Engine House,
At 4 O'clock Kliaiii.
Lamb, Mutton, & Pork.
Cambridge Pork Sausages !
Fresh Every Day.
ES?"Uis noted Suusngcs are made by
the eveiy best machinery, and nil orders
entrusted to his care will be delivered
with promptness and dispatch, and his
prices aio as low as anywhere iu the
J2TTry his Bologna Sausages,
El Capitan Elour !
From the Goldon Gate Flouring Mills.
E. P. Flour !
Iu quantities to suit hy
H. HACKFELD & CO.
PHE OLDEST DAILY In tho
J Klnifdom "Tho Duilv Bulletin'!
CO cents per month,
Competitive Drill !
1 NO. 2 S1
Auction Salos by James F, Morgan,
loitaieGyota of Sale
BY order of Mr. O. Bolto, nsslgnoo of
a mortgagee miulo by Antono
Fruticlco Vicrra to Manuel Biptlsto,
dnti'd Nov. 10, 1887, and recorded In
LHiit 11)3, on pages JtiO and 8t7, I will
sell nt Public Auction
On MONDAY, October 8, '88,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOS,
At mv Salesroom, Quern stieet, all tho
Properly included ! said mort.
gitge, as lolluvis;
A Lease of 3 Parcels of Land,
At Minion Valley.
Bcloiigliic to tho Catholic Mission, and
ikfcrlhed iu Deed Awards No.
11020 and B. P. No. 11,
104 and 20 1.
The above Lcaso expires on
January 1, 1S93.
Annual Rental - $250
On the Laud are 7 Taro Patches, with
growing Taro, part of it nearly ripe.
Also about 2,000 Banana Troos, about
40 bunches ready to be cut for next
On the Land are 2 Good Houses with
Barn and Oul-Housos.
A Good Stream of Water run through
About ?.f of 1 1n: Ltind is subleased lo
Manuel di Hlva in ;$9l per annum, up
lo Jauuaiy 1, 189J.
I shall further sell ntiny Salesroom,
immediately after the above
2 Cows, 2 Calves, 1 Stallion,
l jcuvm AVnicon.
Also, a lot of
Sundry Farm Tools.
CSTFor further partictdats apply lo
O. BOLTE, Esq., or
JAS. JP. MORGAN,
ONE line Milch Cow,
price, $125. Apply
ut tho BUMiETiN Office.
1) J 8td onw
MY olllcc will be closed from Sepiein.
bcr 22nd to Octoher 27th, during
my absence from the ICincdoin.
M. E. GBC-SSMAN,
30 tf Dentist, OS Hotel st.
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whale Boat, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 2 22 feet Surl Boats;
1 18 fc?t Suit Boat; 2 Decked Plunger,
16 feet long, 0 feet 0 inches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with mast and bails all
complete; 1 21 feel Sailing Scow, with
mast and sails all eomolete. Apply to
' E. . KYAN.
Bont Builder and Gcnerul Jobber. Si tf
"Win. O. Atwater,
Grant Marriage Licenses.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
sopt-2 9 ly
JAMES SEJBft CARTY
Can be found next door to the P. C. A.
Office, Meichant Mrret.
IStickH Km. IS, 37, ;, 75, 180
Mutual 590-aTELEPHONES2S Boll 204
A Largo Assortment of the
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
601 40 Queen Stteet. lw
hThackfeld & CO.
VS- OFFER FOR SALE -
Quarts & Pints.
Dent, ii Gcldermann, Carte Blanche,
Chas. Furro, Extra Ouvee.
Quarts & PintB.
From tho Bremer Rathskeller &
Chateau la Rojc.
From Uoutclleau & Co.,
From Ilisquit, Duboucho & Co.,
From DeLaageflls & Co., &e., &o,
1IIU2K, ALK & LACJEItlUUK:
Quarts & Pints.
From St. Pauli Brewery and A. Mueller,
Quarts & Pints. AUo
Port Wine, Sherry,
Old Tom, Keybrjnd, &c., &c,
Scotch & Iiiah, &c, &c.
. jmi i n in" wiiniirifiiT- n i in ri itt-i uMwiwwiqcw ': i w.w ihjhwiw wm
HAVE .1UST RECELVED A COMPLETE LINE OF
Ladies', Gents', I CliiluMS' Bail Suits,
Also, Ladies' Black
Constant Line of Schooners Ample Opportunity for All.
OWING lo our constantly increasing busini'fs 'itnl the great dumund of an appre
ciating community, c havo conrlud d lo oiler an 'ppoitnnlty to all parties
having capital. Our Line of Schooners may be seen gliding over the "Unr" filled
to lheir utmos.1 enrryiug enpacity of Clear, 'Cool and Invigorating
John Wieland's Phiiadelphia Lager Beer !
v A.'V THE "CRITEIHON WALOON."
To aecommoiiUo our Vast Fleet of Schooners, our ice vaults are now being en
larged legardless of cost. The
Iq the only plnco where a Cool Glass of I'PIl.ADl LPtTlA BLEB, on Diauplit
cin he hid In Honolulu. Step forward, Gentlemen, now's the time. f2 Im
:JUST LVECEEVED AT:
A LARGE INVOICE OF FINE JEWELRY
OF THE LATEST & PRETTIEST DESIGNS
DIAMONDS INfJUTAiiES & CLUSTER !
.urhuiii Hoi lil Kllvcrmuti & finest Triple
I'lntcdwnre, lu jirent vurlety.
Waltham Watches, Elgin Watches, &c,
At Exceedingly Low Piices.
JBoautii'iil jVtivrlle CIoeltK I
Sieeitv1 JLiiue ol Aiivrin ClockK, at Si C
These Goods have all been personally t-elecled in tho States, guaran
teeing thereby a choice selection of Iho Newest and Latest Designs.
Sample Packages of Goods bent to any pari of the Kingdom. Having
every facilities requisite for a first-elate joweby manufacturing establish
ment, we feel confident that we can manufacture anything Hint may bo re
quired in the Jewelry or Silvciware Line.
BS" AVA.r.i:OII ItlSI?VIXCirsT- &, KNG1RATING-9K
In our well-known manner.
P. O. Itnx 312 (fii lmj Fort Street.
nflfwoiiiif tiif Snnnwol
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
BOOKS, STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS
Plush Sets, ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush & Leatbei ; Hit-quo, Glass it Parian Ware, Opera &
.Murine Glasses, TelebCojiCb,
UMDusiG Boxes, Toys, Books, -All rains,
And other things too numerous to mention. All the above
Goods will bo offered at tho
LOWEST PRICES EVER aUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
$fisT"Tho above Goods are New, Fresb and of the Latest Design, having
been imported ex recent arrivals and were selected expressly for the trado.
SKS 03P3E2IS" 3E"VEJN'IT-3- ga
W. H. GrRAENHALGH
1 OO ir-orr. Stx -
aron'i? s-ritEEx, itonojl,tjjl,tj.
jar bargains -a
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than
SHELF-HARDWARE, PLOWS & GEN'L IERCHA1ISE
ovellieH nutl ITiiuey Gooilw, In I,iii'f o Viwioty.
NOTICE to OIlEDITOltS.
HPIIE undersigned having been ap.
JL pointed Ailmlnlbtrator of Iho Es
late ot John Gaici.i, of Kulllii Waena,
Honolulu, deceased, gives notice to ull
creditors of bald John Garca to pretent
their claims duly authenticated and with
proper vouchors whether teemed by
mortgage or otherwise to him at his
ofllco No. 15 ICualiuimiiiu Btreet, Hono
lulu, within six mout)is from dato or
they will bo forever barred.
Administrator of the Estate of John
jronolulu, Sept. IB, 1683, 45 lm
Diamond Dye Hose
New invoice of
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
rpHE undersigned give notice that
X ihey havo been appointed As
Blgnees of A. Morgan, carriage iimnu
faclurer, of Honolulu. All persona imv.
big any claims agiibiBl Ihe said A.
Morguu whether secured by mortgage
or otherwUo, are notilted to present tho
same to tho Assignees within 3 montliB
fiom Scnumber 22, 1K88, All pcreons
indebted to Mr. A, Morgan aio re,
(lucbtod to make immediate payment to
II. O. BRYANT,
LOU IB T. ' VALENTINE,
Assignees of A, Morgan.
Honolulu, Sept M, 18S8. H 2yt