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&;, Notice to Corporationa.
All lneorpointed Companies who
have failed to Hie the Annual Exhi
bit of their oflhira ns of Jul 1st,
1880, in accordance with the lequiro
munis of Section 1141 of tht Civil
Code, Chapter 110 of tho Uxws of
1SB0, and of a Notice published by
Authority ...under date of June 2?,
19S're reqestedto file' .the 'same
at the Interior 6'f&cewith.out delay.
Blank forms for' this purpose can
be obtained upon application to the
Chief Clerk of the Department.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of Interior.
Dopartm't of Interior, Aug. 1(5, '89.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, AUG. 19, 1889.
The Advertiser of Friday last had
a selected article on the law of
France concerning the validity of
marriages in the United States. This
morning the article is repeated with
out variation. It might be interest
ing to give a digest of the law in
question for the next inning.
An interesting budget of foreign
news by the bark Forest Queen to
the 2d inst. is presented our readers
to-day. In point of both moment
and variety the intelligence- com
pares favorably with that usually
brought by steamer. With reference
to the seizure of the British bchooner
IJlack Diamond, it may be assumed
as unlikely that it will not be settled
by diplomacy or else arbitration.
Secretary Ulaine has denied that
the action of the Rush is based on
anp territorial claim, but simply in
pursuance of the Act of Congress
for the protection of the seal fishery
from absolute destruction by mire
MR. DOWER EMPHATICALLY CON
TRADICTED. Editor Bulletin: In the last
issue of the Gazette there appears a
letter from J. A. Dower, Esq., in
which he makes an unwarrantable at
tack upon the Bulletin and its re
porter. As I was the person who
took the report to Kapaa and Kealia
I feel somewhat interested, and it was
as follows: (.'apt. Lawrence of the
Akamai reported that Robt. Boyd
was killed; one white woman killed,
name unknown, J. Rothwcll shot and
also Mr. Turrill, and that Wilcox
and his followers had possession of
the Palace. " This report was told to
Hons. W. II. Rice, G. N. Wilcox,
S. W. Wilcox and others.
O. II. Willis,
Depy. Sheriff, Kauai.
Lihue, Aug. 17, 1889.
Editok Bulletin : As a member
of the Second Battalion of the Ha
waiian Volunteers, which it has
pleased His Excellency the Minister
of Foreign Affairs, with the consent
of his colleagues, to disband, I
think I may be justilied to explain
and show reason whv I did not re
port to Adjutant and Acting Major
W. S. Wo ml, commanding the said
battalion on the .'50th of July. Dur
ing that day I met two of tin olficcrs
belonging to my company, but they
never gave me any orders to report
for duty. I spent n great part of
that day at and near the Police Sta
tion, but I entirely failed to receive
any orders to turn out cither from
the commanding ollieer of the native
corps or any of his subordinate of
Jicers. Many of my fellow soldiers
were similarly circumstanced. J'he
Acting Major diil not Issue any
posters ordering men under his com
mand to report to him. Now 1, as
well as many of my fellow members,
would like to know why we should
be "dishonorably discharged," and
henceforth be regarded as "disloyal
citizens," seeing that the blame lies
not on our part, but of the inelliciunt
manlier in which the commanding
nicer carried out his instructions,
whereby ho now mourns his 'com
pietu inability to bring forward any
men" of his command,
" Jab. N. K. Kkola.
Admiral Thomas Baillie of Wy
burgh is dead. lie took part in the
battle of Nararino at 1(5 years of
age,-' and commanded the British
fleet that blockaded the Russian
lleet.ro the White Sea during tho
A' Sacramento'Judgp, in his order
for a venire, says tin: talesmen must
bo "good and lawful citizens and
not bystauders." There arc al
together too many "bystanders"
on Kan Francisco juries. . They
stand by to make what they can us
professional jurymen, and Buckley
and his kind 11ml use for them.
Tho "bystauders" ought to go, but
tUy don't yet. fS. F, Bulletin.
The railwnvs ccntiing
refuse icduced rates to tha Uraml
Sixty horses were burned in the
Richmond, V.i., horse car stable,
tired by lightning.
The President lias returned 10
Washington, much benefited by his
rustication at Deer Park.
John L. Sullivan has been extra
dited from New York to Mississippi.
A detective is after Kilraiu.
The Idaho constitutional conven
tion disfranchised Mormons and all
who believe or practise polygamy.
There were to be 20,000 Sir
Knights in line at the Triennial Con
clave of the Knights Templar in
Washington, Oct. b
A steamer struck a rock in the
Thousand Islands and was smashed,
but her 900 passengers were got off
in safety to the isles.
The lost steamer Granada's trea
sure, 8200,000, has been recovered.
The vessel, valued at the same
amount, is a total loss.
The Rhode Island Legislature
has passed a liquor license bill, the
prohibition amendment having been
abolished by the electors.
No appointment will be made J.o
the Consul-Generalship at Apia,
Samoa, until afler the Sainoan treaty
has been acted on by the Senate.
Pennsylvania and New Jersey
rivers have overflowed, causing im
mense damage. The Schuylkill has
reached the highest point in twenty
Cant. Joseph W. Richardson died
at New York July 30. He com
manded the clipper ship Brooklyn
in early days between New York and
William Dolan, a San Francisco
murderer who escaped from Napa
Asylum, to which he had been com
mitted on feigning insanity, has
been captured in Chicago.
The (list application tor space m
the New York Exposition of 1892
has been received, being from an
American representative of English
manufacturers of chocolate.
Suit has begun against the South
Fork Fishing Club, owner of the
dam, by Mrs. Little, widow of a
victim of the Johnstown disaster.
She previously sued the members
There was an increase of the na
tional debt of 81,017,311.51 in July.
Tins was caused by large pension pay
ments owing to deficiencies in last
year's appropriations. The total
debt on Aug. 1 was $1,010,777,
309.91. The general sentiment of wit
nesses before the Senate special
committee on and lands, in its ses
sion at St. Paul, was that a system
of artesian wells should be establish
ed to irrigate certain portions of
A European syndicate has bought
all the Omaha breweries for $l,i T00,
000. The Peter Schoenhof en Blow
ing Co. of Chicago has been incor
porated in London with 3,000,000
capital, half of which would be
taken in London and half in Chicago.
The Cherokees are becoming ex
cited over negotiations for the sale
of their lands in Indian Territory.
Chief Bushyhead says the United
States cannot afford to mar its
greatness by compelling the Indians
to sell against their will. They arc
offered 1.25 an acre.
Mr. Batcheller, Secretary of the
Treasury, has overruled the opinion
of Mr. Hepburn, Solicitor of the
Treasury, that Chinese employed as
servants on the U. S. S. Alert are
heamen and not laborers, and.
therefore, can be permitted to land
in the United States. Secretary
Batcheller holds that such .Chinese
are laborers and not seamen, and,
therefore, cannot bo permitted to
Tho Forefathers' .Monument, in
memory of the pilgrims of the May
flower, was unveiled at Plymouth,
Mass., August 1st. Congressman
Breckinridge was the orator, and
John Boyle O'Reilly the poet of the
occasion. Breckinridge said the
claim of the forefathers to honor
was bancd on the fact lirst recognis
ed that human fiecdom was impos
sible except by the sepaiation ol
church and state.
An earthquake considered the
most seveie since 18C8 visited Cali
fornia on July 31 at 1 :45 a. m. The
vessels in the harbor swayed from
side to side, disturbing slecpeis on
board. A Call reporter was told bv
the mate of thu ship Bass Rock that
Capt. McDougall lost a valuabh
mastiff, by thu dog jumping over
board in fright at the quake, but
the captain's denial of observing
any unusual phenomena on board
his vessel was published later.
The North Dakota constitutional
convention reversed the action of
the committee of the whole provid
ing th.it the State Supreme Court
shall give an opinion on any bill or
question pending in the Legislature.
It also reversed tho action of the
same committee, that all sessions of
the Supreme Court hhall be held at
the capital, by deciding that one
term each shall be held at the capi
tal, Fargo and Grand Forks. An
amendment was adopted providing
that before the LegUlature can ex
tend the frauchibo to womeu the
people must ratify the proposal at
WttttW RBtM f
Tho slcjymnr Horn A7tri't fit Ann
Fratiulsco July 20th from Oonalftska
with tho hows that tho British
sohooncr Diamond was seized by tho
U. S. stenmcr Richard Rush and
was sent to Sitka in charge of an
olllcer. The Rush was out on a
cruise when Iho Dora left Oona
Inska. Letter advices from tho com
mander of the Rush were not expect
ed to reach the Treasury Depart
ment for three weeks. At tho State
Department nothing wn9 expected
inside of a month and then only if
the British Government entered a
The Montreal papers pumisn
strong leaders demanding imuii'diitte
action on the partul England or their
own Government to prevent tliese
seizures or else break off relations
with, the United Slates until a final
settlement of the trouble is arrived
at. The Canadian Government on
Aug. 1st sent ml tho information it
could gather connected with the
seizure of the Black Diamond to
Governor-General Stanley with a
request to forward it to tho expres
sion of a hope that U.o Imperial
Government would take prompt
Rev. Horatio Bonar, a famous
Scotch preacher, is dead.
Queen Natalie is allowed to
her son only outside of Servia.
The Cross chemical works
Glasgow were burning at last
The Valkyrie led all the way in
the Royal South yucht reiiatta at
Swiss mountain passes are block
ed bv storms. Extensive floods are
reported in Silesia.
The House of Commons, 201 to
62, refused to reduce the grant to
the Piincc of Wales.
The Spanish Government sup
ports Austria in advising thv Pope
to take up his residence in Portugal
if he is obliged to leave Rome.
A financial syndicate has taken
the whole amount of Panama Canal
lottery bonds and, if the enterprise
perishes, the law of bankruptcy will
enable creditors to receive 8 per
cent. Boulangsr, who stood for elec
tion in eighty or ninety constituen
cies, was elected in only about a
dozen. The result is considered a
ireat defeat for the self-constituted
Emperor William of Germany, on
his yacht Ilohenzollern, passed Do
ver Aug. 1 , and was expected in
London next day. One hundred
warships were to participate in his
Froude, the historian, denies tnat
he is a home ruler and says Glad
stone's policy is only a spasmodic
gush of sentiment suggested by
some condition of English party
politics, and is the worst and most
scandalous in English history.
The Magdeburg (Germany) sugar
ring is reported to have collapsed.
It bought 80,000,000 pounds of su
gar and stored it until sold to the
Amrrican sugar trust. The ring is
charged with a design of defraud
ing the United States treasury by
artificial coloring to lower iho stand
ard. To effect this the sugar had
to be moved from the warehouse ;
but this being risky the banks re
fused to advance more moncy,which
caused the collapse. The transac
tion involved 85,000,000.
Lord Salisbury at the Mansion
House banquet said the clouds of
war still hung over Europe, but tho
magnitude of the pieparations was
a great security of peace. England
would stay in Egypt until that coun
try was able to protect itself. She
did not want Crete. The Govern
ment's action was bringing order
and prosperity throughout Ireland,
and if ever any section of the peas
antry believed that their interests
lay rather in defying than in obey
ing the law, that illusion was rapid
Dr. Sacasa has become President
of Nicaragua in place of President
Over half tho population of Beli
joke, Venezuela, are reported dead
from yellow fever and the isolated
Port mi Prince lias been bombard
ed by Hippolyte. Legitime is tin
uhle to hold out much longer. It is
feared lliat there will be a massa
cre when the town capitulates.
Japan hesitates to proceed with
iht! imposed revision of her treat
ies, fearing that China will demand
the same concessions desired by the
Uni'cd States and European nations.
The Egyptians commanded by
Col. Wodehonse have defeated the
dervishes, the latter losing 70 killed
.mil 80 piUonors, while the Egypt
ian had but three killed, two of
An ajient of the Dominion Gov
ernment has discovered a tribe of
Indians, in thu uoithern pait of
British Columbia, who for genera
tions have indulged in cannibalism
as one of their sacred ordinances.
Explorers in the State of Chiapas,
Mexico, confirm the reported re
maiknbk' discoveries of arclneolog
ical matter. Roads built by tho
prehistoric inhabitants were found,
and the ruins of cities with an esti
mated total population of 30,000,
000 wore discovered. The houses
aie of a pyiamidal form of architec
ture ami indicate u high degree of
scientific attainment. The carved
mule and lemulo figures dug up are
pluii.ly of the Egyptian Mjh', The
locality was undoubtedly deuscly
X.UY sUtomoiim having bian nftilo
lately In thu Daily I'ui.luijw
wiOi iL'iird to Life Itivurnnee, I ul'.
llsheil oh tlio 1-tth IiibI.. lor ihn loni-tlt
or the Policyholder in t' o Now York
Life lnsiiiniuw Co,, ceiliiln eniii'a"ii!o
nuris which will btnml in si 1 oof miy
romimmlcallon by oilier outnl.uiiU-tt i.r
My milillkiiliiin hns oiled fdflh n
letter full of uugenlli-iU'iily TVmuiUe
from Mr ThnniHP, tlm Kxretulvn .-pe.
clul Aaent of iho M,nuinl I.Um Iiimu.
iiace t o, which 1 poMdvi ly decline lo
a- Ber, siidi lmlti" beyond myMitudliig
In ttio community 'in thi. city.
1 sli'ill be iiliul to iiu miy Informa.
tin i rcn r.lhig Lite Iniuruiite ui my
oillce, sii co li lino It. come lmpo'iible to
(iiinmutilcuc such to tin public tlm Ugh
l.e (ire s without nia lint! n -pl'.elu'l con
uoM-r-y hiiU'lulou1 unkii'-vm i" tills- or
mix oilier city. C. O. BKROKR,
U umd Afi'i.t N'w Yoik Lilt-Ins Co.
NEW YORK LINE 1
AN Al V.el will lie i1cpnlol.otl fir
IIoqmIuIU t leave New York it.
all Noveinlu-r Kr futtlier lt.r.jrnivioti
apply to the Ageuts,
Mueslis. W. 11. GROSSMAN & NUO ,
77 &. 70 llroad St., Nov, Wk Guy.
Or CASTIE & COOIvlf.
27 1m Honolulu, 11. 1.
. It. LEWIS.
P. M. WHITE.
New -:- Husiiicss -:- Agency
Bell Trie. 430 P. O. Box 70.
HAVK opkned an office
No. IS Kaataanu Street,
For t'lf Trun one ion of General
Adjuring 'mil 1'xpcrling Hooks.
Kceplng'Accounts and Making Ou"
Il'unci Let and Hents Collected.
K'nl Estate Bought and Bold.
A' ptrnctsof Title Furnlslud.
Di awing of Deeds, Lcakcs, Ontract'',
Copying and Engrossing of all des
CuMom Hpufc Entries made nm!
Goods Cleaicd, Etc., Etc.
The varied business experience of the
members of the fiim U a Biifllrient gun
raniy of opibility on their part for ih
dKclii'.ipo of all matters enliusltd !
them. Hy faithful and prompt atlec
t'lfin lo tho tunic nod by rcnRonalil
fhnri:c3 for all pel vices, they hope li
merit' general pnir-'nage
337 If LEWIS & WHITE.
THE t'cxt term of the ICamclnmcl
I'lepmiiory cliol "ill ope
MONDAY, tkptemlicr 2i.d. Appiio
lion- -nr ailoiisioii should bo malo i
once to the l'r'nrlpnl
a 0 til Miss C. A. REAMER.
The next icrin of KnmeVmneha SchO'
MONDAY, Sept. 2d.
Three gentlemen, having special qui'
lificaiionsns teachers of manual training
have been engaged for the coming jca
Two of ihcso ute highly rccouiniemh
by J)r Woodward of the ('clchrutn
Manual Training fchool of Wm-hingto,
University lining gr.uiuates or mat l
hlilutinn Tin; other as Principal i
UolmUcu Academy his had v.'.luuln
experience an xn "liistinctor Id tcvtr 1
biuiiclicx of nmiii.nl tr.iuiig.
Appllcdtini tor uiuniv.il n i-inmUl 1
fctni immediately to the Principal, n
room will bo aa-ngncl in order o
Bfiy For furlher In formal imi opplv n
Wm. B. OLESON,
814 if 1'rincipul.
Pniialiou Preparatory Seliool
HONOLULU, H. I.
These Schools open for the How Year
Hpt mber !, 1881).
The faculty of Oahu College will ho
the Haino as lat year. The Friend
says: "Wu think that there bus never
hceu an abler faculty at Oiihu College,
or one hcttcr adapted to impart a high
classical and fciuntillc education."
Tho Boardbifr Department cm ac
commodate hut few more than wcio in
attendance !axl year, and all who desire
to enter Minimi inal.c an early applica
tion Tho I'l eparatory School coiiiIiiiich
uudor'lho I'l luclpalshlp of Mi-s Mtilono ;
MIkh Ciirilc A. Oilman takes Mlsn
Chamber aln's position, tho litter h;v
lng lesliu'd to lcmoie to thu United
The Trustees are hnppy to annoiincn
t' at, through the generous Interest of a
friend, they aio electing a Hue now
building and lemoih'llng iho present
one, so iImI this seliool will occupy new
and commodious quarters in Septem
ber. When thiH equipped we believe,
tho I'leparaioiy School will offer oppor
tunities seiond to none In the iiigdom.
U''Addo3- all letters of inquiry or
REV. W. O. MERRITT,
ai7 lui l'rcildtMit.
ouun Mil in uu ;i ii urn .MitiypyiiiKi! iuaio',
''The earth halh bubbles, as the water has, and those
Now that tho two big bubb!o3 blown up lo such size in the Daut
Bulletin by jealous rivals of tho grand old Mutual, have jbconprioked
and burstcd, it is easy to understand how much space an ndveitisement
cm occupy and still contain nothing but wind, and as the creators of both
bubbles have publicly admitted their inability to prove the contents other
than wind, the mystified readers may now find that "There
"An honest tale
It is a plain, unadulterated and incontroverlahle fact that the Oldest
Active Life Insurance Company In the United States and the Largest
Financial Institution in the World is Tluj Mutual JLilo j'liHiirunco
(Joiuimny ol' Mew York. I
Hnno "Indeed, he hath an excellent good naine" Ursula
"His excellence did earn it ere he had it."
Much Ado About Nothing.
The excellent good name which the Mutual Life Insu ranee Company
bears is the direct result of a business career extending or'sr the past half
century. Dining this lime it has earned a deservedly high reputation for
honorable dealing, prompt settlement of losses, liberal policies, Krge. pro
fits, and unquestionable securit'. No company offers greater inducements
to persons contemplating insurance. j
"He is well paid thai is well satisfied."
Kvcryono who holds a policy in tho Mutual Life is more than well
satisfied, and not without ample reason: for no other Lift Insurance Com
pany in the World has ever equalled the actual results of policies matured
and paid by tho Mutual Life, and no other company caul show equal pro
fits apportioned to policies in force, as can be shown by! the Mutual Life.
"Bosom up my Council, you'll find it wholesome."
Kino Henkt VIII.
If you want real genuine insurance, cheap insurance, mid profitable
insurance, and nun-forfeitable insurance, and incontestable insurance;
insurance that can't get away from you, that covers you completely and
comfortably like a blanket"; insurance that will be paid promptly when it
is due without vexatious worry or delay, without any deduction or fuss
whatever; insurance that will provide against every contingency that
human wisdom can foresee, Insure in The Mutual lAiis Insuraucw
Company of Now York. A. D. THOMAS,
.'128 tf Executive Special Agent the Mutual Life Ins. Co.
STAR - MILL,
By ordurof Mit. JOHN HIND. Manager
of the Star Mill Co., I will sell ai Pub
At Kapnau, llolmln.
On FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
AuguRt noih and I'.lt-t,
AT 1 O'CLOCK P. 31..
87 Cal. Trucks & Harnesb'es
15 Uor&ei and Monf,
Cane Wagons, ( a e Land,
Houses, House Lots,
Blacksmith's &, Uniiinnlei's tools,
And a complete a-onmcnt of
agrlCM IlilfiMlS !
The Mu'hincy of 'In- al' vo Mill
is ui nrst.cliiFB or er, off rs for
which arc i-olieited and con-ist oi
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
1 Pair HoMei. Ox'Ji-;
I i mull- Ell'i 1 1, i . d 7 feet Pnn.
m 1 Vacuum Pan li It. w ith Blake Pi mp
3 Weston Centrifugals & Engine
T.g' thcr with tlo usual assort.
jlariOers, Cleaning Pans, Coolers, Sc.
And other Machinery ui-ually found
in a well-appointed Mill.
8For futther particul irs n ply to
Wm. J. BROD1E,
W2 I7t.d li II Huw Auctioneer
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
W Gutunder Car
mill' Just finished
C'.yAfri.'v uiidli'ind DtimU uimraed
n first c!us' nylr; mut ' imrnii'iniol'
ild to clooi; in niL'niot in. Applv to
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AtihNUY
Cottage To Let.
NEW one story Cottage
on upper pint of Lllllni
street, coutnlniiii! 5 rooms
nicely papered and painted, hath room,
kite en, nice lawn, i-lmdc trees? etc.
Will he l en ted reasonable to a good ten
ant. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
STORE TO LET
'PHE Slorc lately occupied
1 hy E. O. Howe, WuyV
It!' ok, King street, at reason.
ahlo renl"l. F'o.BCuslnn given nt oner
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
' E best remedy for
I woutidi, ulcers.
galls, proud tlesh and
Mires of every dcscrhi-
thin to jiui 80IK or ani
mals. Adopted by leading hmgu lail
load, club and livery rubles, etc., in
the United Staled and clhuwhere. We
nie prepm'd to piovo this statement by
testimonials mid icfcicnccs to plantcis
and liverymen in this Kingdom,
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
A LARGE assortment of Photographs
and Stereoscopic Vlown of thu
uiort attractive scenery, buildings, etc ,
in dies-islands, for sale at reusomibta
"HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY.
Coruw Fort uud. ijrcbant streets.
S . ffiPnii.. .
i(sm,MH JUm PriafcftttuftivW
speeds best beinq plainly told."
IClXO RlCIIATlD III.
Westermayer's Celebrated Uprights !
& C. FSSCI
Other PIANOS of Well-known American Factories on the Way.
FOR SALE AT MANUFACTURER'S TRICES BY
d. KOFFSCHHAEGER & Co..
325 lni King and Bethel Streets.
fcS" FISCHER PI A OS
Renowned for Tons and Durability !
80,000 In Use 0UAY?IS.F0K Established 1840
ENDORSED BY THE
Ci.aka Louise Kkllogq,
cer music JLjErAR.TJix.3sa- -a
,' HAWAfiSARS RSEWS CO.,
Call, or write for Catalogues.
otice to Sportsmen I
IN STOCK AND TO ARRIVE
A LARGE LINE OF SHOOTING BOOTS.
IN RUSSET, TAN, GRAIN & PORPOISE SKIN.
Porpoise JLace BootieM Ac lioets,
Guaranteed Waterproof. Now additisnn constantly being made
to our Largo Stock of
Ladies and G-ents Fine Goods.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co., 86 Hotel St.
JBIxC TS&. and WH1TJ2
PAR -o- SAILOR -o- HATS
50 CENTS 33r 50 CENTS
F I S II E L ' S
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
CORNER FORT &. HOTEL STREETS.
B. J. MLERS & CO.
JUST RECEIVED l'ER B.-S. "AUSTRALIA"
Laces Ac Embroideries,
IN GREAT VARIETY at
arc of them.'
is. rest for the
FOR THIS CLIMATE.
Ivan E. Mokowaski,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
VFRY LOW PRICES.
undoi iho managoiuont