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DA.IUX HULliMTTN HOWOliOliO, & I., OCTOBER 27, 1890.
We Desire to Gall
For Lubiicating the Valves and
VALVOLINE is tin earth oil specially piepaied under the highest steam
neat and ftoin which all volatile and earthy matter has been expelled by a
procesH wliioh leinos a puie and heavy oil, which pieventis (lie eating away
of bolls and keeps the cylinder anil piston peeking perfect!) clean. This,
was the tiist Mineral Oil introduced fi steam cylinders ami has been in con
stant uve oei eighteen yeais.
gJtkfW'v also manufacture Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
clashes of niuchineiy.
Lcoimrd Sc ACIHm,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. col Sin
IMiiioimI ltlo'U." JNoh.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
998 Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE fe COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
1'IiANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements
Carpenters', Blacksmiths', Machinista fc Plumbem' TooIb,
HOUSE FURNISHING. GOODS
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
t3 on -.! JVLT-liii,iicliMO.
BlaRe's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, Sl Remington Sewing Minos,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
E. 11. Hkndkt, President A Manager.
Goukkky Huown, Secretary & 'treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
Oiio. NprtHkHM' Hunk, : Fort Mtrt'i't, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedguwood
Piano, Lihrary & Stand Lamps, Chandeliers it Elcctolieni,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assorttu't of Diillw fe Files,
The "Gaollu" U-whcoled Riding Plow A tiijualuor,
Jlllinbeard Rico l'low, Planter Steel A OooMJiieokid linen,
LARD, OYLINDKR, ICEROHKNE, MNHKKI),
hllM, VariiiliM A Hrushcii, Manila A. Sitnil Ropu,
IIANDLKS OF ALL KINDH,
X'Xono, Hono, Hon!,
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Your Attention To
Cylinders of Steam Engines.
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John Ena, Vice-President,
Ckcii. Bkown, Auditor.
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8TAIMK1I lol! SKV l'H VNlM!rO.
New Yoik, Oct. 17th. U. Men
(1o.a, Secretary of the K:lv.irini inn
Legation at the City of Mevieo,
leaves for San Kianeiseo to-inoirow.
sri'KIIS'llllOI K NKltUI.
Columbia, S. C. Oct. 17. I'limus
Jones, colored, wai killed Sunday
morning at Sumter, S. C. A pro
ti acted meeting was being held by
the negroes and the greatest excite
ment pievniled. At Una it was re
potted thai Piimtts had been ntfered
as a sacrilU'e to the Holy Ghost he
enuse of his incredulity'. The Co
roner held an intpiest, and the testi
uiou showed that in a pcrfet ficnx.y
of fanaticism Jones was killed by
the Re. A. II. Otiraut, a negro
pastoi, and Richard Campbell, a
prominent member of the church,
because the deceased had expressed
doubts about the supernatural
power of Durant to kill and restore
to life, and that Jones' death was a
test case, but the experiment failed.
A huge number ot Durant's congre
gation believed thai he possessed
.supernatural power until his failure
in this case. The (hiding of the
jury was that Jones was uuirdeied lv
Campbell and Durant. The jury
was composed of colored men. The
prisoners me in jail,
om: .vizi:i) assa.sixs in mi:kica.
New York, Oct. 17th. The Tele
giam has an editorial this afturnooif,
with the caption, "Oigani.ed As
sassination." The article classes as
gangs of organized murderers the
Italian Malia and the Chinese high
biudcis. and says there is need tin
closer leslriution of immigration.
Falmouth, Ky., Oct. 17. Town
Marshal, Vogelsang was killed last
night by an unknown assassin, who
tiled upon him as he was entering
his gate. A double load of buck
shot was dischaiged into his head
Laciossc, Jnd., Oct
lieice tire is raging in
marsh which surrounds
. 17tli. A
and great excitement prevails. The
marsh covers about 0000 acres.
Four thousand tons of hay slacked
has been destroyed, and .'1000 more
is sun; to follow.
COM, IOI NI) IX MKXICO.
Tucson, 4. T., Oct. 17. Colonel
Beltran, detailed by the Mexican
Government to make an otlicial re
port of the progress of boring for
coal in San Marcial, Sonora, Mexico,
telegraphed Colonel Garcia, Presi
dent of the coal company, that the
drill had struck a six-foot seam at
seventeen feet depth, and to-day at
eighty feet the drill is in a solid
anthracite body six feet deep and
not through the vein.
Till: NICAKAfUJA CANAL.
Chicago, Oct. 12th. The News'
Washington special bays: Otlicial
information recently received here
luniisUce ground for confidence that
the Nicaragua canal wil he com
pleted within the next six or seven
yeais. There are now 11101 e than
1000 men at work ou the line, and
six surveying parties are in the
field, under the direction of Chief
Kugineer Mcnocal, making details
and estimates upon which to base
contracts with private corporations
lor the necessary dams and excava
tions. i:or.ANns athi rm:.
Washington, Oct. 1 1. Dispatches
Jrom London assert that Spain can
not negotiate a reciprocity treaty
with the United States tor the Cuban
tiade without violating the "favored
nation clause" 111 her existing treat
ies witli other nations. Ii is said at
the Department of Slate that this
point was discussed and Dually de
cided in 1881, when Minister Foster
negotiated a reciprocity treaty on
the same b,js tha is now proposed,
and ib now revived, not by Spain,
but by the commercial Intoicits of
Great IJritain for an obvious pur
pose. The United States also has a
"favored nation clause" in mo.st of
her commercial treaties or m rouge
incuts with other nations, because
the Department ol State has uni
formity held, f 1 om the timu of Mr.
Jefler.son as Secretary of Slate down
to Mr. Ulaine, that the "favored
nation clause" only applies where
privileges are granted liccly and
without consideration ; hiilwhciuvcr
special consideration is made the
condition of the favor granted or
icceived, the "favored nation clause"
does not apply. This interpretation
has been recently sustained by the
Siipiemu Com I, of thu United Slates,
in its opinion in the cast1 of Hailiam
vs. Robertson, October term. I88(i.
This case arose under the Hawaiian
reciprocity treaty, it being claimed
that sugar and' molasses Impoited
fiom the island ot St. t'mix, colony
of Duuiiiaik, should be admitted
free ol duty iindei thu "favored mi
lion cliuuo' ' of I hi) li only bulu nun I lie
tint I'iiIumI Status unit Deiumuk, lie.
cuiihii nillolurt wuio inluiltled from
thu llinwilliui MiuhIs, Tlie,Siiiiuiuu
Coin I inject ml U111 claim, Muling
llml "Win t unity nltli lhiiiiiiul iIohh
!iu. hind tilt I Ullnl Mules luuMmnl
lo Unit uoiiiilry nlllimil (uiiimin.u
lion )ihllu((" nhldli (liny Imvn I'on
Ciilj !ti U) llll' HlinLMIUl) IklLUJlJ III
pyiuiiijp or ruJuulilit uowuMUilaji"
IWWWU'l!,! U. Ji4U
twln-sciew, armor-plated, harbor
defense ram, upon the design of
Admiral Amnion. Advertisements
for proposals are now in course of
preparation. The vessel's dimen
sions arc as follows: Length over
all 2-1 .1 feet, length of water line 2M2
feet 2 indies, extreme breadth -f.'l
feet i incites, breadth on water line
II feet 10 inches, draft amidship In
leet. The vessel will hae a. dis
placement of 20.)0 tons, indicated
hoise-power of INOIl tons and a
speed id 17 knots.
HI'xSIA ami 'i 111: ,ii:w.
Washington, Oct. Hi. Secretary
Blaine lias been infoimed by the
United States Minister to Russia, in
regard to the various reports of the
alleged persecution by the Russian
Government of Hebrews living in
that country, that he will be able to
piesent not only the denial of the
Russian Government but of the
Hebrews themselves, and confirma
tory testimony that these injurious
allegations arc baseless.
tiii: suoau tiujst.
New York, Oct. l.". A temporary
injunction was granted to-day by
Judge Pratt in the Supreme Court
against the Trustees of the Sugar
Ti 11st, Kidder, Peabody & Co., the
Central Trust and others to enjoin
llicin from proceeding further with
the pending reorganization of the
tiiiM and f 1 0111 paiting with any as
sets 01 stock certificates of the com
pany. A receiver is also applied
for. A hearing on the motion In
make the injunction pelmauent was
set for Monday next. The applica
tion is made by one Duncan Came
ron as owner of 1200 shares or cer
tificates ot trust.
A 11AYTIAN WAK VKSSU1. SUNK.
Port-au-Prinoe, October 7tli.
The llaytian corvettee Jacmcl was
1 1111 into and sunk by a merchant
v es-el near Cape Haytien.
NATIVKS TO 11K l'UNISllhll.
Zanzibar, October 17th. Admi
ral Freinantlc, commander of the
Hiitish licet heie, has been instruct
ed to detail a force to co-operate
with a German expedition which will
bo senUto Villi to punish the natives
lor the recent massacre ot Germans.
a ii:i:a'ii cox 1,1 m.n.
Lisbon, October Hi. Mozam
bique tclegiams say that, in disre
gard ot I'oituguesis protests, the
British South African Company has
concluded a lieaty for the cession to
the company ot the Territory of
Manica, witli the King of Mutaca, an
alleged vassal of Portugal.
Berlin, October 10. The National
Zeitung says: The increase in the
army and navy estimates will be
The Government will erect 400
houses for woiknicn in North Ber
lin, htnpei or William is agitating
for cheap railway fares lor workmen
living in that section,
cuni.ic ciiukciii:) oiiii:ki:i) ci.osi.ii.
Constantinople, October 10. The
Greek Patriarchate has ordered all
the churches in Tuikey finder its
juiisdiction closed until further no
tice, as a piotest against the Porte's
action low aril the chinch. Intense
A TllllKA'li:XKD PUBU CATION.
Paris, October 17th. The Siecle
says it will, if necessary, publish
the details pi oving that the Italian
Premier recently olfered to give
France full hbeity ot action in Tu
nis if she would abandon her inter
ests in Tripoli.
'I UK LAST OF THU PANAMA CANAL.
Paris, October 12th. It is under
stood that Hie Cqlombjan Govern
ment asks the Panama Canal Com
pany for a very heavy payment for
an extension of lime ot Colombia's
canal concession, which the com
pany desires. It ib thought that if
Colombia persists in the demand the
result will he the final winding up
of the company.
Ul.slslIN. A TAX.
Shanghai, October 12th. The
Go eminent' h action in levying an
inci eased lax on native opium meets
with much opposition. Fdfort.s to
ooep the new impost caused riots
in various partg of Cljina. n a riot
of this kind at IJoihow many per
sons were kiIod. The Vicctoy of
I.ianghu openly refused to allow the
collection of the tax in his jurisdic
tion, UUSalA AND CHINA.
St. Petetsburg, October 10.
Prince Mestchersky, in the Grtish
danin, reproaches the Novoo Vrouiva
for attempting to create Chinese ill
feeling, which he says, will be a ter
rible tiling for Russia. The Prince
urges his countrymen to be guided
by two piiuciplcs: Fhst, the adop
tion of a policy that will pacify
China and avoid provoking her na
tional revenge, and second, thu oul
tivalion of an everlasting hatred of
the Jews to prevent them from pene
trating Russian life mid attaining
their ptiiiuipul aim, the destruction
of the orlliodos deuiociauy of
an uNi'vi'i.icAi. i.r.rimi IHHUKU,
lloinn, October 17th, A Papal
cnuyulicnl letter, IshiioiI tO'duy to lint
llnllnii IIMiops, Hlionidy protuxU
ugiiiiibt Dm (joviuiiiiiciit'u violating
ili( lllifiriy iumI rljilil of lli Itywy
iiihI CiiIIioIIiiInim. J 11U0 uwuibiih
l''iminiuniis of rvurliig innilorii
M)iiei , mill uu fin-1 hit mnynr of
1111. muni jiiiiuuj.
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Governor-General will not be in Ot
tawa until October 20th. The Cointe
de Paris will not therefore- visit the
IIAUOUII HPKAKHor IllKI.ANl),
London, October 17th. A meet
ing of the Northern Conseivativn
Union held at Newcastle to-day was
attended by about 1000 persons.
Among those pi csent was Balfour,
Chief Sectetary for Ireland, who
was given an enthusiastic welcome.
A icsnlulion was adopted by the
union velcoiinng Balfour and de
claring that his ability and untiling
energy had saved the union between
Great Biitain and Ireland. Balfour,
in a speech, said the condition of
Ireland was improving and prosper
I'OMllCAI. THOI'Ul.KR IN SWITZr.llI.ANl).
Berne, October 17th. A confer
ence by the Fedetal Council for the
purpose of ai ranging differences be
tween the political parties in Ticino
was opened yeslciday. Riichonnet,
President of the Republic, presided.
The deliberations failed to establish
the entente between the disputants.
It is expected that the Federal As
sembly will lie convened in extraor
dinary session to consider the situa
tion. a miriisii ship wiii:cki:i).
London, October 17th. The Brit
ish ship Liz.te C. Troop, was wreck
ed at Loo Choo on the voyage fiom
Nagasaki to Pugel Sound and Mel
bourne. .A portion of the crew wete
New York, Oct. 1(5. Thiiteen
bundled bales of hops have been
shipped abroad thus far the present
'Ishpe.ining (.Mich.), Oct. Hi.
Several hundred inincis returned to
work this morning. Two thousand
are still out.
London, Oct. 10. The Bank of
England Directors, at a meeting to
day, made no change in the late of
Chicago, Oct. 10. The police
and friends of young Dr. Cooke
have not yet succeeded in finding
any trace ol his whereabout.
New Yoik, Oct. IC The Com
mercial Bulletin says: Apricots are
in a stronger position than any other
dried fruit in the maiket.
Vienna, Oct. Hi. The Govern
ment of Luxemburg is conespond
ing witli the Duke of Nassau with a
view to his icuming the icgcncy.
London, Oct. 10 A terrible
northwest gale prevailed along the
coasts of Lancashire ami North
Wales, ijt is feared many wrecks
will be caused.
Milwaukee, Oct. 10. The assets
of the Peters Salt and Lumber Com
pany of Manistee aie now estimated
at (i,()0(),000, the liabilities at
Washington, Oct. Hi. The pop
ulation of the State ol Texas is
2,211,220, an increase of ( 10,-171.
The Stale of Tennessee has l,70;i,
72.'5, an increase of 221,301.
New Yoik, Oct. 10. General
Superintendent Macauley of the Ni
caragua Canal says that actual dig
ging on the canal probably began
to-day. There are .'1000 men at work.
Meadville (Pa.), Oct. 10. Gen.
erel John W. Spragqo of Taooma,
Wash., and Mrs. A. W. Vance were
married here yesterday. Mrs. Vance
is tho sister of Gcneial Sprague's
Chicago, Oct. 10. Piesident
Packer ol the defunct Park National
Rank was again indicted to-day by
tlte Federal Grand Jury on the
charge ol false certification of a
check. His bonds were fixed at
Marine City (Mich.), Oct. 10.
Afrs'. W'lbam Wellliaiisen and her
seven-year old son weie diowned in
a well near here esteiday. The
boy fell into the well by accident
and the mother plunged in alter her
Berlin, Oct. 10. The collins con
taining the iciuaius ot' Fmpcror
Frederick, Prince Waldeniar anil
Prince Sigisutund were removed to
day from Friedenskiiche, at Pols
dam, and deposited in the new
moiisolcum erected there.
London, Oct. 10. The report ot
the liquidator of the Capr ot Good
Hope Bank, which suspended a few
wenka ago, shows a net minimum
deficit i' 18 1,000. It will be neces
sary to call lor an assessment upon
upon the shaieholders of (.'."() per
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the M.nul
holiluis of the Walanau Co held
October L'Utli, the following gentlemen
weie dulv elected to suivo as otllcers for
llui ensuing year, .
II. A Wiili'iiiauii Picsiilunt,
G. N. Wilcox Vice-Piesident,
A. Juouer Ticiiiiuur,
O. O. Unigi'f. .Auilllur ti Sccietii y.
U. 0. IUCRGKJt,
fiS'.i lw M'cieliuj.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
VTOTIUK I" hereby given that tit a
J mining of the KiiKaiuii I'liuila
tlou Co, held In Honolulu 011 HiulThIi
day of October, lfi'.K), tho following olll
cnih lliic lieim elccloil;
I'lolilcnti..... I, A, lloiuer,
Vleii-l'ieHhlciii,, A. llninur,
'I'lcukilieiv ,. ,,,.,,.,!, (-', lliicldt'ld,
Hem e iii ,. . .,,.,,..., I'M, Kulir,
Aildllui'MM nil. I (Uiuln,
lHUill Heei mm y,
Special Bargains in All Department at
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S.
While Dress Goods, in striped, at
10 cents yaid.
Victoria Lawn, l()y piece, for 7fi
All colors Moiice Silk, sfl.'Jfi and
All wool Muida, reduced for 50 and
7f cents aid.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE !
t& Dressmaking under tin- management of Miss CLARK.
NO. 77 FORT
The "Bail" Bulletin
IlSHllCll 1CVMV TlH"Mlll.V,
!J2 Columns of Inlerestiui; News.
Tho hereditary hlnnrl nniann nf
scrofula develops in the delicate tissues
of thu brain, mental weiknesses and
intlrmittes, idiocy anil Insanity. It en
larges the glands of the th- oat, impairs
the bense of smell aud taslo, or breaks
Into coiisumiiii; nice s on the neck. It
destroys the lungs, or tills them with
tuberculous secretions It eats awav
ino coaling 01 ine siomacn, enlarges
tho liver, clogs tho kidneys, creates
constipation and induces piles. No
miman agency can so speedily, per
manently and economically cleanse the
blood of scrofulous poi-on. clear the
complexion ami skin, scalp and lilood,
as iceiiUT's yrup Ao. it, the
great, uioou puriutr.
Renter's Healing Soap
Use it always if vou wish for a fair.
clear skin, a softr supple skin. Gives
a natural tint, imp-irus lrrslmuss, re
moves blotches, prevcuts eruptions.
,r a ki j v
I!!10 Distributing Agents. lin
Will G. Irwin & Company,
Ol-KKK VOU SAl.K
liiue Ac Cement.
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
BUCK Hi. OimANDT'S
High Grade Comical Cane Manure.
RYE UK ANN
Fuirhank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and i lb. tins.
SALMON IN HARRKLS.
All oiilers foi'cailiiiiiipimiipllyaticiidi'd
lo, I'uiileiilur intention
paid to llui
Storing & Shipping
Of K'""l In InuiMl Hi ihn ullicr MuimIn
Also, RIaoH & Wlilto Sfiiid
III iiiiiiilllh In mill nl lmwl iilec,
!'' Ih'i li'in Ni'l limn in iln, y,
Unjpn1 uimUIuii iuuiii.
Eniliroidorics, dress lengths, onlv
.5 and $7 piece.
Black L.iccs .v Flouuciiigs, at your
own pi ices,
All styles of Cm tains & Diapeiy,
Gents' Undeiweai, White Shirts,
Sock, Etc., Etc.
ST RE FT.
The Rest P-iper to Scud AbromV.1
ic Stnshin iiiiiiiii i ,
From San FrauciVeo.
. .Nov 22
Foe Sun Francisco.
Leave Due mil
Oct 29.... Nov 15
Nov 2(5 . . . 1)P(. i;j
Dec 24. ...):l n 10,
Intermediate S. S. Auslralia.
Leave S. b
Friday. . Nov 7
Friday. ..Dee fi
Friday. . Nov 21i
Friday. ..Dec 1,
Australian Ian surrici.
FO SAN FltAKVlSOf.
The new ami tine Al steel xteumeliip
Of the Oceanic .Steamship Company, will,
be due at Honolulu Irorn Sydney
anil Auckland on nr about
Nov. 15, 1890.
And will leave for thu above port wtti
mads and passengers ou oj about thafc.
,r,(,ei8lu 0l passage, havuig BTJ.
PEUIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply,
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Affonto..
For Sydney and Auckland
The new and flue Al steel ntruoiihit
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, wiIJ
bo due at Honolulu from Suu
' Francisco on or about
' Nov. 22, 1890.
And will have prompt dispatch wilr
mails aud patenters for theabovu poriB-
For ireiglu or passage, having SU
1 -miiw.il niy;wMjviunA'nONS, apjl
WM. O. IBWIN & CO.. Arrenra.
Steam Joli Printimr
Tills ollii-e hiivlni; added a large ailcty
of lire latest styles of
To Its Job Printing Room
Is butler piepaied than ever to execute
all oi'dcm in that line, compilsliig:
Posters, Handbills, Dodgers,
IVogrummoB, Ele,, Elo
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