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DAlLtf BULLJiWJW: nOKOi.lJ.LU, IL .1., MAY 22, 181)0.
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'intfril hi neither Heei nor itrty
Hut titiiblithcd for the ItntlU of ll
.MONDAY, JIAY 12, 1880.
A little befoic 12 o'clock Satuida)
ni'jtit a tire wn dlrcuvercd in a two
story frame house on Hotel street,
between Port and IN'uuunu street1',
and in a shoit time eight shops mid
a number of Induinii apartments
v.-ere nil ablaze. Within three rain
ute't after the llrit 90iind of the lire
bells, the Volunteer boys of Engine
Co. .No. 2 hail water on. The Pan
theon hose was al&o brought into
jorvlee, but the tire gained notwith
standing. The whole lire depart
ment w3 out in good time, and suc
ceeded in saving Horn's bnkeiy and
other ndjolnliiK property. Although
nine out buildings belonging to the
baherv were destroyed. The fire
originated in u Chinese apartment
in the rear of the two-story house.
The houses which were burned were
old and of wood and were consumed
rapidly. Nearly everything in the
eijht shops was destroyed.
.Air. Horn loss is between S2000
and SHOCK); no insurance. Besides
losing four bedrooms and furniture
and a small house, the latter occu
pied by a tailor and a barber. Mr.
Horn's lore-room, which was not
touched by the lire was broken open
and plundered by the rabble of
about .() worth of stuff. Herman
Horn's bedroom was also robbed of
'.rf in coin and nearly all his
clothes. Loo Joe. Chinese tailor,
lost everything ; what was not burned
was stolen. Mr. "William Miller,
cabinetmaker, has lost everything;
no insurance. The only insurance
was 700 in the I'nion Insurance
Co. on the goods of A. O. Sylva,
Portuguese furniture dealer.
The blaze was not without casual
ties. Chas. Hall, who lost both his
legs several years ajto on a planta
tion, and who aftei wards became a
buck driver in this city, was burned
to death. Mr. Hartinan, one of the
firemen, was badly cut on the face
by the hose, and other person were
bruised in the same way.
.Mr. Sam McKcaguu saved Mrs.
Cook and child by breaking open
their bedroom door and dragging
them out of the burning apartment.
Mr. L. II. Dee and Mr. C. E Wil
liams deserve special mention for
their efforts to save property. Mr.
Williams was knocked down by the
Lose once, but was not hurt much.
Afr. Ed. Downey ran into a llaming
building and awoke two men who
knew nothing ot the approaching
danger. Several persons are said to
havej'eceived severe shocks from the
electric wlies which were-a source of
danger and inconvenience to the
firemen, until cut and the lights put
MR. J. A. CRUZAN.
Ilev. .). A. Crlizan, according to
the San Francisco Call, has resigned
the pastorate of the Third Congre
gational church of that city. The
reason tor the resignation is the dis
agreement of the climate with thp
ruealth of members ot his family.
Mr. Cruzan has accepted a call to
Sioux City, Dakota, and will remove
to his new litld of labor about the
middle of the present month.
THE REVIVAL MEETINGS.
I'ho special aerie of evangelistic
meetings to be conducted by Mr. S.
M. Sayford, of Iloslou, opened most
nuspicionslv Yesterday afternoon in
the Y. .At. '."hull at !l o'clock. The
attendance was large and a marked
degree of interest manifested. The
opeiting prayer was made by Uev.
E. (!. Heck with, D. D., and seveud
spirited hj inns were sung fioin the
new book, entitled "Songs New and
Old." Mr. Sayford thou read 1
Chron. 1 o chapter, ou which he bas
ed a luojt interesting and practical
addles? to Christian workers, espe
cially urging u re-consecration and
renewed' devotion to the service of
God. lie spoke entirely without
notes and to the delight and edifica
tion of all. At the close of Mr. Say
ford'o nddresj he requested all who
wished to renew their covenant with
God to tsnnifest it by standing, and j
nearly the entire audience iose u
their feet. The audience was large
and rcpic .ontalivo, many of our best
citizens being present.
Mr. Sayford spoke csrnin in the
evening, In the Central Union
Church, at 7:00, to a crowded audi
ence. His subject was the "Condi
tions of DiHcipleship" and his manly
and able presentation of Gospel
truths was greatly enjoyed by alt,
and satisfied his hearers that he was
a preacher of no ordinary ability.
He speaks with great clearness and
emphasis, and none can fail to be
deeply interested in his practical
There will be no meeting to-night,
but to-morrow and every following
evening during this week the services
will lie continued in the Y. M. C. A.
hall at 7 :.10, to i. hioli the public are
cordially in iti d. The singing i- a
marked "feature of the nioetiiiL', the
hymns being entirely new to Hono
lulu people and the music admirably
adapted to the special line ef work
iu which the evangelist is engaged.
Mr. S. M. Sayford represents the
most conservative line of Christian
woik in the United States and was
the tlrsi gentleman to be called to
do a special line of religious endea
vor among the hundred thousand
college students of Amciica, and
he has entcied nearly every college
from Maine to California, and his
efforts have been wonderfully bless
ed in the conversion of hundreds of
Our city is to be congratulated
that a gentleman of Mr. Say ford's
ability and success in Christian woik
has been secured to conduct meet
ings in our midst, and if yesterday's
meetings arc an indication of what
shall follow, his success i- alieady
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
lmi'ivu K Important'
! Credit Trails
M .A l J $vt I !
Auction Sales by James P. Morgan,
of xvEiw yoimes:
I tun iustrueted In ilMiiii. 11YMA.V
UKO'v to hold a Largo Credit Snle. at
ray sJnltiioom, Queen sticet. on
May 13th, Uthi l.'lh.
The .le of articles of the estate ot
Pool.' I.tltig ifc Co., ftdvcilljcd for mic
tion, May 12th, N postponed to
TUESDAY, Alny 20, IHDO,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. 31..
At my Salesroom.
,JAS. r. MOIiflAN,
'il .'t Auctioneer.
. a c - n r
A coinplcti' a-!sOitnicnt of
DRY GOODS !
- - Loinprliliij;
Puuey Dres Goods.
Ilhiel: iV Colored Merlnoe,
pro., l'.tr . r.tc. i:t.
complete anrtineut f
Lawns & Prints,
ticni's ' I.ndlfs' I'liderwiui.
hup a Uiow a (Aittuli-.
A full Hue of
Men's k foil's Ololliii,
'1 lie inoM . kiiilplHi :is-rt,itit el
Mi'ii'i t. mile-' A 'lilliti I'll'
All l.itU'nii:u:( iiullliv nl
Voolen &. Calico Shirts,
,A very lull line of
Goods & Chattels
WUtt.-iliiril I'of l ln 'ii-.niitei!l
Ih i&ntiiiijT a new form of insurance which provides, in the event of death, for a return of till premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the Insured survive u given number of years, the Company will
iclitrn all the premiums paid with inteicfd ; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in casdi the leual holder
may, WITnOl7IW:mCAL EXAMINATION and W'lTIIOl'T Ft.'ltTHKl! PAYMENT OF PMttUUMH, take iu
lieu thereof the amount of policy and prollts in eVLI.Y PAID UP insurance, pniticipatinj; annually iu divldenda.
Hemcmber, thlo contract Is isuued by Ihe oldest Life Insurance Company iu the United Slalefl, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution In the World, Its assets exceeding One Hundred and Thirty-Six Millions of Dollars.
S3T" For full narticulats call on or address
8S. .83. I5 0S3G3.
l)ec-21-S9 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
fl (S (aw " S J5 7
v IS. Ht( f- B
lam iaMiucted I'V J mi" It. Ilult,
Ji.. to sell ut Public Auction
On MONDAY, May lath,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11..
Of ulil duv. at my Salesioom, on Queen
Htreet, In theCitvof Honolulu, the fol
low Inir ik-jcrlboii Goods and Chattels of
Pool, buns, a lato tenant of said Jnnies
U. Holt, .lr., in Mid City of Honolulu,
dlMr.ilued for arrears of rent, and hnv
biKbeeii held the 'tatiilory length of
time by the "iii'l .lauies It. Holt,. Jr.. vU:
Chinese & Japanese Crockery,
And Other Wii'-, Curios ami Otlwr
Ociil, (.hiittels and Lffeets of snld
Tool. I. una. taken from hU store In
"Holt's llloi'k," Nut. mill Ptiect, in f.dil
Cii i.f Honnlnlu
IAS. !'. MOKMAN,
.1. M. Moii'nitat Aliornnv for I.miiiIIohI.
Ibilli.lulll, Apill '.'5. IH!H. Ktild
tv o f.Tviv rr wv ix -e new.
ALWAYS ON HANI) AND TO OUDKlt
Fresh Cakes, Pies5 Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Roils
ill iii Saloon M, Juliltt, Biepr ilisaps, Gefio M& Bit, lie.
&8" And will be nr.LlVKKKD FUH1
("otl't-e, Tea, Cbocolnte & Mill:
of oh Aiioi:
! any pail of the rity. "g
Soujed Piy,'s 1-V-t, C.ld Mam,
Linens, Ducks, Etc.
Alo, full lines nf
Silk Ribbons & Handkerchiefs
ml a vervlaige asjoriini'iit of
FANCY GOODS and NOTIONS
rj-ThtM' Good. hae all been rnre
lully Fi'lreti'd for this murliet, and roio
IiiM) tin' l.iio-i and most staple sile. in
cm ry Ibii'
rr All (Soods ofiered will be "ld.
and lnvolie will bf elo-ed on' H'.ird-
li - of i'0-l.
i.'.tii'i'ul T.tuih ill Mali!
J AS. !'. MOliGAX.
ll order oi CUi'M. llltOW.V. INii ,
KxeVutor of Ihe K-t.Uc of the late P.
1'iuston, deeuiHi'd, I will 'ell at Public
Auction, at the prcniiM"), eurner of !Un;
mid Pill.oi stieet-..
On FRIDAY, Mny 10, 1R2H),
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. .11..
Tlio Entire rlousoh'ld Furniture,
And Pffi't'ts of -aid Kftfaic, com-
. PUBLIC CONCERT.
'I lit- lloyal Hawaiian Hand will
play this'evcniii", at Emma Square
coininenoiiu!; at i :..0 o clock,
lowing is the programme:
iHvrluri'A J-'umiui'r Hvenlns.-
It illad -(iood M'lit ,
Cornel Polka A Mule Smile. . . .
Piiiuehaua. Annie ltoonc.
Mi'dlev Kmperor's Itovlew. . Pllenberi,'
Piiuta-ia Polite In the 1'orest
I am In-ti neteil ) Int. TKOCSSKAC
to "ell ai Public Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, 31:iy 118,
AT (; O'CLOCK MMIX,
(Unless prcvloii-)y disposed of at pri
vate salei the following Valuable Pro
perty, (the oulj reason tor rclliug U the
wuut of lime to use the boats.),
1 30-ft Rautha LoiiGli 'Jane'
With Mast-, Jjnils. Anchor. Clmiiii,
Kte , Kte., pletiilidly fitted out and
ready for n-e;
2."0 (iallons of Xatha for Fuel,
1 21 -foot 'nptli:i I.uuneh, ojien boat,
with Awnbif; and Oars;
1 Mau-oN War (il::, with Oar, Musi and
Sail; a veiy pretty boat:
I 11.-1 11
Wall. Vienna Chronicle..
guudi llle TtillapiUiiu
FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS.
A revolution has broken out in
Spain has passed a bill conferring
Bulgaria is arming for an expect
ed combat withServia.
I'ihak Khan has commenced an in
vasion ot Afghanistan territory.
Opium has been discovered Miiug
glinl into San Francisco in lemons.
Krnpetor William has abolished
the pabspoit system in M&nco-Lor-rainc.
Persian Kliorassan is ravage by
mi intestinal disease nf excessive
At " Williamstown, near Mel
bourne, Australia, seventy percent
of the residents were attacked with
The ".May Day Parade or laborers
in Kurnpo has been generally ob
served with great quietness and
In France and .Spain thousands of
men are nut on strike from the mills
and factories. The military have
been called out.
Cape Colony, South Africa, has
lecently lloatcd u loan iu London.
Tenders amounted, ou an averago,
to i'l 00 fU.
Chinese dignitaries have been
summoned to a conclave by the gov
urwnuul, to consider Jcusslnn do
Kign1? on the ChltiC90 frontier.
Probably the FaMest Sail beat In
the hsubor, Cutter lllggcd;
1 P.iirneat S-uuukhox, with Masts and
.Sill, and Poldlng Ceiiter-hoard,
tbii.-hed iu Fancy Woods;
1 2!Mnot I.lfu boat with Oopjier Tanks,
1 Canvas Folding Boat
1 English Coiacle,
1 Coppered sjeow ,
Halls. Spars, Blocks and Fittings of all
I Foot Latlin & Tools for Wood. lion
1 S-llnr.'-oPowri'Shlpiiuui P.nghie, ready
lo put In a bout Ph propeller
Biioi-s, Anchors A Moorings; abo, the
BOATHOUSE and FURNITURE,
Of tlio bet descilption.
The proximity of tlio new market
make.-, this boat house a i'iy Vnlimlilo
Propel ty, there is every rnmeuleuco to
htowawuy and lift light and heavy bnaN.
and Is sultahle for it bout or yacht club,
pilot house or life saving .station.
GioiiiiiI rent U 8;t0 .per auiiiiiu. fiom
Messrs. I.yle XSorrenson.
rBSr"l'lni boats are leiuly for ti lid fit
any time by applying at the Ijont hou-e,
and eveiy boat Is in perfect oidei.
I . .1 Levey Lisee.
On TUESDAY auHFniDA BYKSIKGS,
May r.Sth A lilih.
UJCBTEilY OF THE 1'araUSX OSKTUKY.
Mr. JOHN SLATEK.
Sjicelnl engngeiiiCiit of Ihe Wot Id's
In a vailed entertalnmetit of tfi'intri'AL
Ti:a-i"aud Mind JtKAuixo. 'J'hu most
wondoiful te-t medium In existence,
standing without u ilval and offering an
open challenge of 66,000 to anyone who
w 111 prove Id tcls not geuiilui;.
i Handsome Carved Parlor Set,
Uphol-tend in lthmSilk;
Horn A Clmb -. I'pho. in Hair Cloth ;
Side A Comer Whatnots,
Largo Confer & Sofa IiIiijh,
Maibletop Center Tables,
2 Fins B. W. flliuriens,
Large Pouble It. W. BeiUtead.
Matnasses A Pillows,
1 Klegnut, Kxtra Large
B. W. Wardrobe-,
With Minor Fronts;
It. W. bureaux & Wnshitmid-.
S Ik Slmwb A bedspread ,
of C. K'ft-
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA
A NT I
.Spiced Tuiicue, finiecd Ueef, Fa lads',
A LAflOE AfifiOHlMKNT Of'
IMpo it Oitfnrolle Tobacco, PIpeH,
gtST Open from tfjltO a
.Mutual Telephone 1M1. Post
M. until H:30 1-. M.
Ollico Uox ITS. .
Cigar & Clffarelto JIoltlovH. Cold Jirhiks, lite.
Saliiidny night, open all nij?bt. Hell Telephone 28?.
v-xtl-vn wuMimmu ajtvrygBMgJY-waag,agg3t.aiaouj
fl. T. BAILEY
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginger Ale, Hop Ate, Gmiiiie, RasuHerryaflB, Sarsanarilla, nierel Talon, Etc,
8a- AH coninuintcu(iont and orders should bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Pnl'i;i.ti: Puicu? llress Circle and
Panpiutte fte.-cfVfd seats,) 81; p.aleony
and nailery r.0e. box plan at l J.
HT While in this city Mr. Slater will
t'ie pilvale tests In his parlor at the
Cottage 7V, bcretanla fitrcet, opposite,
the. IIsiwall.111 Hotel. ").J2 2t
1 Handsome Koa
A COM) Wateh
A rewind will bo
on letm-nhi" .'.aid
giveu lo any per
vt men uiiaiui to
MoLK X JIK0.S.,
r"iJ'Jt Xniiaini Mien.
.) Mien, a Small Scarf Pin, wi with
four diamonds and ruby in center.
Finder will plcat! return to llci.i.nri.v
Olllei: and receive rewind. filti Iw
ASIX-lfOOM Coitus on
Hotel i.trei't, net door
to Anderson iV I.undyS den
Por partluulai'ij applv lo
ANIiF.lt.SON A l.l?NI)Y.
Fonnerlj the nropeity
Large It. W. Dinliig Table.
CROCKERY anil GLASSWARE,
Dining ltooi.i Chairs,
Dceotuted Uiiuier hi I.
Sterling Silver Spoons & Forks,
Hook ("use & I'.ookti,
Kte, Kte", Kte . Kic.
PtJ-this Premises will bo open for
iiispcetloif ou Thui-flday, May l.Mli, fioin
! A. M. toil I'. M.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE I
LEWIS J. LHVJ1V,
Fi:N'LSIH:n or Pnfur-
Al if...... .. t
ga&b near Honolulu. Addles
'0. M..M Iti'l.i.KTlN Olllee. MS lit
VA11D oi" THANKS.
MP. F. HOItX desire., to thanU all
tlio?e who assisted lu raving his
propeity fioiu lielng destroyed by lire
on hutuiday evening. ."J2 It
ou N'liiiaiiu birevt, ne.ir
on easy terms.
HKI.PP.lt for the horsu-shooing
fl.W .'it Klngftreot,
mjq,a PREMISES hltiinted t
df&ttU&v Kiipahiinn, at present
pgg'jAii occupied by . Mrs. tiiirni y.
I'oosnssloii given on .Tune 1. 1SC0.
.117 2w .mux y, coLnuRN'.
liyillieeilonof CP.ITL ItHOWN, the
Ksecntnr of the last will and testament of
Philip Milton, deceased, 1 inn dbecled
to cell at Public Auction, at my iralci
rooin in HoiKdulu.
On SATURDAY, May JM-tli,
AT 1 ''I,OCll .M..
The late Hoinesieail of (he wild Philip
Milton, being tliatceiialu property situ
ate ou the iiiaul.a side ot King street, iu
said Honolulu, between the piembes
of M. llymaii, Km.. and Alex. Young,
The above Property is planted with
fiull trees and grape vlncn, and has an
artesian well from which thoro 18 now
an Income of 8-UO per annum. Title
perfect. Also, at the sumo time and
place, and by the sumo direction I shall
-ell that en lam
Pisco or Parcel of Laiifl !
situate at Kiilaokahua, Honolulu, ad
joining the promised of Charles Uudnlt,
!(),, and containing an area of 5'.)-100
acres, suitable for a homestead. Title
UaV Heeds at the expense nf the purchaser.
The lato John L. lilaisdell, who
died in this City on the :.'7th of
March last, was insured iu the
Equitable Life Assurance Society
for Pen Thousand Dollnr.s.
Proofti of death were forwarded
on April nth. and Mr. A. J. Cart
wiipju received the Company'.", draft
on Ma3" 'Jud, or in rxs than one
He fore the Kxceulor had received
his authority from thu Court to ad
minister on this estate, thu Equit-
nble's draft was iu the local agot'3
liandn lor payment.
The following table shows how
this fjrand Company meets Its
iiiMiiti ruiiius I'M'i iiy Ttif r:ini(-
ulli. fctrn Ansuruiiei" Moelely
Uc.ATii Claims Paul
Kn. of days ;
ufier proois Cj 'Z
of den Hi
On day proofs
were ree,d..S;t.n:.t.!)!C, t)7 1,018 fifi.MI
On lt day al
ter reo'pt oi
I claim to have the Fined and Choicest Line of Millinery Cloodf),
French Flowers, Milan Hats, -vhlto, black and colored;
.let Flowers, Ornainontu, Laeo Uonncta it Unlit, Ete., ICle.,
.hint received by the B. S. Aiintralia, and will be open in a low ilayd.
Van Dyko Collarultos, Van Dyke Veiling, Van Dyke Laces, Yhu Dyke
Enibroidcry, Modeska Veiling,"
Fine Lines of Ladies' Sashes, Plaid & Plain;
gjBT Full paiticulars of opening in a few days.
Chas. J. FiSHEL'S.
Leading Millinery House, Corner Foil ,t Hotel sla.
On ad dav.A'c.
" lib " "
" .iih '
.i 13,1, .
" 7th " '
" jiih ' "
" litth" '
After !'0 ami
After liO days
B. F. IHLEBS & CO.
II. WK J I'M' UKCUtVlID A VKI.V I.AIKIB ARSORTMEST OC
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
' LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
GJ5iit's Tur niching- Goods, &o., Ace,
All will be bold at Reasonable Piiecn.
tJtT Our DicFsniaking Dopartmoiit under the management of MISS
OLA it K will bo re-opened about May 12th.
COIIKEU HOTEL & FOltT ST11EETS.
iew Goods. New GoodSi
JAS. F. MOItOAN,
In ISs'.i t.r,,s2."i,707.38 1,000 100.00
The theory of lAfe Assurance is
that il proviiles ready money at the
moment when it is most likely to be
of value to the family of tha policy
holder or tin executors of his estate,
Hawaiian Lime I
set .10 lT.lt IIAItlti:!..
FACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, L'D,
513 .Sole AentH. "Ilf
Lines of Lawns !
Full Lines of Batiste 2
Full Lines of Persian Mulls !
ALL AT 25 OKNTH 1'KH VAHD-
Mi' Misses' & CUM MUSLIN DHDBRWMB
-AT VERY LOW F1U0ES-
1 Feb 1-90
Corner IToiol & Foi (, Streolfl,
.tfiKiwVii i a. .
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