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THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1892.
Stun Jus Mukec from Kuiini
Stint- Hawaii from Ilaiiiakua
Stair J A (Juaaalas from Kooluu
CARGOES FltOM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr .las Makee 1815 bags sugar ami 15
Krom Kiiuiil pur stmr. Fas Makee. May
10 Vv ht D G Walters, .1 D Tregloan,
D W Kratzer, Robert More, Win lie Sll
vor ami 15 deck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S fan Krnurisco, Hear-Admiral
Brown, from Sua I)ies;o
.Am is stmr Morning Star, Garland,
from South hea Islands
Am ship J U Potter, Meyer, from New
castle, N S W
Am bk Soiioina, Lee, from S-iu Frau-ci-eo
Am o-m belli-Louis, Ilatcli, fiom New
castle, N h W
Am 4-msld sehr Carrier Dove, Brandt,
from Newcastle. N S W
Am bktne Forest Queen, Nelson, from
Am bktne hN Castle, Hubbard, from San
Am bk Elsiuoie, Perkins, from New
castle. N S W
Br ship Bi'iimore, Jenkins, from Liver
pool ' Nor bk Porldoij, Bjornion, from Now
eastle, N S W
Ship Columbia from San Francisco
Nor Brig Dato from Newcastle, N S W
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Iliel, Mori, fromJapau
II 11 S S Mariposa, Hayward, from San
Francisco, June :i
S S City of Peking, from Hongkong and
Yokohama, May 4
Am ship Pactoliu, Beadle, from New
castle, N S W
Am bk Suniatia, Thomas, from New
castle, N S W
GerbkJ U l'lluger, from Bremen, July
tGer bk J O Glade, fiom Liverpool, Juno
Haw bk Fooling Suey, from Boston,
Haw ship Hilcii Brewer, from Glasgow,
duo Aug Ifi
Nor bk Havlriien, Evangen, from New-
cit'tle, N S V
Am bk Margaiet from Newcastle. NSW
lint bk Veritas from Newcastle, NSW
Uk Ni eta from Newcastle, N S W
The barkcntlne S N Castle lecelved
sugar f rom the James Makue this murti
hi'. I'lio S S AustraMa did not have a very
heavy cargo this trip, consequently
made quick despatch, and is now taking
in freight for the Coast
Thu lj.uk Sonoma has been moved
around again to the W S S Go's wharf
'1 he ship Columbia Is docked at the
I'M SS wlniif.
The corner-stone of tho Odd Fel
lows' Temple was laid at Willows,
The San Jose Board of Trade has
adopted a memorial to Congress ad
vocating the adoption of u postal
Severe frosts are reported in Napa
county. Potatoes and other vegeta
bles are injured. Grapes on lowlands
and melons are reported to be dam
aged. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Company huve declared a dividend
of l peieenton the common stock
for the quurter ended December 31,
Joseph Ratto, the Italian laborer
who stole S1300 hidden by Mrs. Ili
.arlihy, a widow owning a farm near
Woodbiidge, in Kan Joaquin county,
pleaded guilty and was sentenced to
live years in San Quentin.
The suiveyors for the California
Midland have reached Merced. They
have run a line from Lathrop, about
2ii0 feet to the west of the main liue
ol the Southern I'acille, and will pro
bably cross and go south ul Merced.
S. II. Harrows of Clarcmont, in
Pomona Valley, and some unknown
lady of large means in Ventura
county, have presented the Pomona
Congregational College with tho
largest and liuesl telescope in South
ii'h 'ii iiiiimin I,), mntjiiiiiiiii'n r"?l'.Jn'g'l',V-SMrigi""1""..'.!'
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Ovtnrc Mtisin concert to-night nt
thu Opera House.
Diamond Hkaii, 'A p.m. Weather
clour; wind light cast.
L. J. Lkvgy will hold it hiilo of fur
nittiro ut his salesroom to-morrow at
Tin: monthly meeting of ilio Y. M.
O. A. will bo hold in the parlor this
evening ut 7 :!10 o'clock.
The cublo t-urvoy Bteanior has ar
rived ut Ililo, Hawaii, unit is now ex
pected duily ut this port.
Paddy Ryan wua lined $25 in the
Police Court yostetduy for assault,
on Louis MeGrow on Munilay night.
Tin: Bulletin is indebted to Mr.
Sims, purser of Wildur's steiuner
liu wnii, for thu nows of the cable
steamer at llilo.
The Melbourne yacht launched
from the schooner Louis will take u
spin iu the harbor this afternoon, with
Henry Williams at the tiller.
Geo. W.DoLoiik Post, Nr. 45, G.
A. 1L, will moot tliis ovu ling, for the
purpose of prcpiiriug for the com
memoration of Memorial Day.
A special meeting of the Catholic
Benevolent Society wjll be held at the
convent to-morrow afternoon at 3
o'clock. A full attendance is re
quested. Mit. D. W. Krutzer, formerly repor
ter on the Advertiser, now toucher at
Kupaa, Kauai, at rived in town on u
visit by iho steamer James Mukcuthis
J. 1 Morgan will dispose of tho
entire household furniture- ot Dr. C.
T. Rodgers to-morrow at 10 o'clock, at
the residence, Hotel btreet, opposite
the Y. M. C. A.
Louis McGrow w.is arraigned in the
Police Court this morning on a charge
of assault on Philip Davis. Mi-Grow
made u statement in which he said
tho assault was unintentional. The
judge took tliCBame view of the affair,
and imposed a nominal fine of $10.
IIoiiekt More, foreman of Engine
Co. No. 1, who has been at Kealia,
Kauai, working on tho Makeo Sugar
Co.'s new plant, for some time past,
returned on the steamer Jiimes Makee
this morning. The reception to him
by the engine company will be given
A native named Moopono is on
trial in the Police Court for having
obtained ifGO under false pretences
from a Chinaman. Moepouo sold the
taro in a patch at Muuou to the
Chinaman for the amount, claiming
it us his land. Another owner, how
ever, turned up; hence the suit.
A PoimiauESE merchant on Hotel
street was arrested yesterday after
noon by Police Oflicer Horace Crabbe
fur having obscene articles, in the
shape of toyi-, in his possession. Tho
police suspecting the store had made
a search of the premises. The search
was rewarded by the finding of five ot
these "toys." The merchant pleaded
guilty this morning and was fined $20.
A DiVEit fiom the Marino. Railway
was bent down off thu O. S. S. Co.'b
dock, outside of tho S. S. Australia,
this morning, to search for the bar of
iron which Illinois Wise, cook of the
Dimond, is supposed to have" mur
dered the Chinaman with on April
17th, and thrown overboard after
ward. Mr. Lylo superintended the
search, which was after some time
abandoned as fruitless. If such a bar
of iron had been thrown overboard it
would be hard to fiud.
A MIDNIGHT BLAZE.
The lire bells' clang, clang, pealed
on last midnight's air denoting that
the proverbial third fire of a series had
again visited the town. The alarm
directed all to the corner of Beretania
and Alakea streets to a Blaze in the
building known as the Dudoit House.
The Haines were first seen by Police
Officer Spencer who was standing on
watch at the corner, and he immedi
ately blew his whistle. The inmates
were soon aroused to find tho rear
part blazing furiously, so that it
must huve been burning some time
before discovered. Those who occu
pied the house were: Charles Ritchie,
Richard Day, Dr. M. E.Grosbinan and
Henry Congdon. The latter .two, oc
cupying the ground floor, saved their
belongings, but the others lost all.
The first on tho seouo were tho vol
unteer boys of Engine Co. No. 1 and
soon had a hydrant stream on the fire.
Tho other engine companies arrived
but ttie Humes had too much headway
and all they could do was to keep the
fire ft om bpreading.
(ggThere rras 85000 insurance ou the
property In the Imperial Fire Insur
ance Co., of London. The occupants
of the room had mostly their own
fixtures and furniture, and the Hotel
had a little common furniture used
by the servants and employees of the
place. Tho building is probably a
total loss, from fire and water dam
age, being badly gutted, besides be
ing a very old building. The Hotel
rented the House from month to
month of Dr. McGrew the owner,
and some Portuguese servants, the
night watchman and clerk lived there.
Damage to furniture and effects is
PASSIONATE STONE -THROWING.
While several young boys were
playing baseball on South street yes
terday afternoon, one of the young
sters got his dander up and threw
a stone, which struck little Fred.
Walker on the head, making a deep
gash and a profuse How of blood.
No doctor being near, u lady kindly
bandaged up tho wound and had the
injured lad sent home. The liulo
fellow is confined to his bed as the
result of a boy'u vicious temper.
Incidents of the Celebration in
Europe and America,
Utcmpt to Destroy England's
Although May Day passed off on
both sides of the Atlantic without
the troubles feared, as our foreign
correspondent has stated, yet there
were dangerous demonstrations in
Liege in Belgium was panic
stricken on the evening of May 1,
collisions between crowds of work
innnen and the uatiouul militia oc
curring hourly. At sundown the
streets were tilled with workingmen
somewhat intoxicated. A body ot
militia going out to relieve a guard
cunie upon a crowd and tried to
march through. Instantly there were
cries of "Down with the police!"
"Kill the hirelings!" and "Long live
Tho militia charged and dispersed
the crowd, but hardly a minute later
an explosion was heard and the air
was filled with splintered glass. A
bomb was set off in front of a shop
about fifty yards off. Tho pavement
was shattered and all the windows ot
near-by buildings were blown out.
Nobody was hurt.
Within ten minutes two more
bombs were exploded iu the vicinity.
Tho damage was trivial, but the ex
citement was intense. Half the city
was in the streets. Bodies of mount
ed police and militia weic marching
constantly from one district to an
other to reinforce the guards at the
Fifty arrests were made. Crowds
gathered at all the corners and refus
ed to disperse. Several anarchists
were conspicuous, hurrying from cor
ner to corner,exhorting workingmen to
show their strength. Three of these
men were arrested.
Later another explosion occurred
in the choir of St. Martin's Church
by which stained windows valued at
820,000 were shattered into frag
ments, and hundreds of panes of
glais in adjacent houses were smash
ed. A fourth cartridge, with a spent
fuse, was discovered later on.
On the following evening a dyna
mite cartridge was exploded on the
threshold of Count Minetle's resi
dence. The house and the build
ing adjoining, which was that of
General Loudon of the Civic Guard,
for whom it is thought that the dyna
mite was intended, were partially
wrecked. Flagstones were torn up
and all the windows within a radius
of 200 yards were damaged. A Ger
man who fled just after the explo
sion was arrested, but dcuied being
the author of the outrage.
Six anarchists were arrested in
Liege charged with complicity in the
riots and bomb-throwing. Their
houses were found to contain revolu
tionary literature and chemicals used
in manufacturing explosives.
TnE DAY IN FKANCE.
Mayl was a pleasant day in Paris,
and the gay Parisians seemed to for
get the danger supposed to encom
pass them. The boulevards and
parks were crowded, and the patron
age of the restaurants and cafes was
exceptionally large. Women and
children walked unmolested through
the streets. The-churches were full
and the strain of apprehension was
In thu barracks and in the police
stations and in the districts around
tho public buildings, however, thou
sands of armed men stood ready
since 1 o'clock iu the morning to
march out at a moment's notice.
Every public building was garrisoned
with fifty or sixty infantry with ball
cartridges in their rilles. Outside
sentinels at intervals of ten yards
patiolled the streets.
No civilian was allowed to approach
within 100 yards of any national or
municipal buildings. All who passed
by were obliged to go round, and
nobody demurred, as the sentinels
were known to bo under strict in
struction to shoot upon the slightest
violation of the orders. No attempt
was made by workiiigmcn to hold
street processions or outdoor meet
ings, lhoy hud, however, several
monster indoor meetings with a total
attendance of 100,000 or more, and
at least an equal number were turned
The principal meeting was in the
Salle Fnvie at Belleville. All the
great socialist orders were present at
this meeting, and most of the mem
bers of the labor organizations sal in
tho audience while their representa
tives crowded tho platform. It was
a motley crowd from every part of
the under class of Paris and its su
burbs. The speeches were fiery and
often incendiary. Ravachol was de
ified by one speaker umid hisses and
cheers. In general, however, the
socialists had matters their own way
to the exclusion of all others.
A bomb was exploded near the
Guise barracks at Tours. So terrific
was the explosion that It was thought
the anarchists had blown up tho na
tional powder works. Soldiers went
to the place where the explosion oc
curred ami found a inun lying senso
less in u pool of blood, One of his
hands was blown off and he wus oth
erwise badly injured. No doubt ho
was the victim of his own crime. Ho
was taken to the hospital under ar
rest uud ut last reports had not re
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lllaWMHIiHH l IHUfcl iliMll in
, The presence of the Prince of
Wales in Paris had a great effect in
allaying the anxiety. He paid a visit
to President Cainot, which the Pres
A Spanish anarchist wa arrested
at Marseilles for trying to harangue
a crowd in the street. Five anarchists
were arrested nt Toulon for trying to
create disorder. Thev were armed
with revolvers and knives. Two
thousand militia were on duty in
Churleroi to suppress tiots, hut no
London saw on May 1st the great
est luhor dcmoustiation in its his
tory. The weather was briuht, and
from early morning numberless pro
cessions of labor unions and socialis
tic societies thronged the streets in
the vicinity of Hyde Park. All the
men brought out their wives ahd
children and choked the streets from
wall to wall. Almost every organ
ization had n band. At noon the din
and confusion became terrific at the
Park cntranco, although everybody
was good natured, and at C o'clock
the policemen around the Park had
made arrests only for drunkenness
and disorderly conduct iu isolated
But one incident of the day be
trayed the dangerous undercurrent
of the demonstration. Shortly after
noon a sentinel in the Woolwich arse
nal discovered at the entrance of tho
gun factory ti bag containing eight
canisters loaded with dynamite, gun
cottou and cartridges, lie called in
a policeman and tiie bag was re
moved. No (use was attached to the
canisters, hut a detonator was found
at the bottom of the bag. The plot
was undoubtedly to destroy Eng
land's greatest arsenal, although
thereby 17,000 men would have been
thrown out of employment. It has
been a boast of the War Olllce that
no anarchist or socialist could be
found in the arsenal. The police,
however, although exceedingly reti
cent, acknowledged that the dyna
mite mus.t have been placed there by
an arsenal workman, as the presence
of a stranger would have been mark
ed by the guards. No arrests have
been made. Excepting this incident
nothing marred thu peacefuluess of
By 2 'o'clock there were fully
350,000 people in the park, and be
tween then and 5 the crowd swelled
to half a million. Scores of meetings
were held. Every advantageous posi
tion was occupied by a speaker, and
a man had only to begin to talk to
collect in no time an audience of two
or thrte thousand. Among the
speakers who went from place to
place addressing multitudes were
County Councillor John Burns, Hind
man, the Social Democrat, and Ab
velling Karl, Marx's son-in-law.
All the meetings were closed with
resolutions in favor of political agi
tation for the eight-hour day, and
most of the speakers confined them
selves to this question. Several
small anarchist meetings were held
during the afternoon. Violent
speeches were made and the Home
Office was savagely denounced for
the raid on the common weal.
Of the sixteen great platforms but
one was devoted to Anarchism, and
here the only disturbance of the day
occurred. An Anarchist speaking
broken German shouted at the close
of his speech: "You are worse than
slaves worse than African slaves.
You let your employers suck your
blood and steal your wives and
Rome was quiet. Every public
building was almost surrounded by
policemen or militia. At the indoor
meetings several violent speeahes
against the Government were made.
A bomb was thrown in the Casino at
Sinigaglia City. Windows and all
the furniture in the Casino were de
molished. Several arrests were
Except for a few private fights the
day in Berlin was one of unbroken
ponce. Socialists held 21 meetings.
Rain prevented outdoor fetes. At
Hamburg 38,000 persons joined in a
parade, and monster meetings were
held throughout Saxony and Thurin
gia. No disorders are reported from
Spain. At Seville a priest found a
bomb with lighted fuse on tho floor
of the chinch confessional, hut ex
At Barcelona the police found a
bomb iu tho streets and arrested
seventeen persons. After the bomb
was found the Prefect closed an an
archist club and placed policemen at
the doors of the worklngmen's clubs.
Then ho ordered an immediate raid
on tho houses of a number of notori
ous anarchists. As a result several
arrests were made and various
and letters were seized, but no
It is tho custom of the Queen Re
gent to drive neatly every day out
side tho city of Madrid. On May
Day she drove through the, City Park
iu an open barouche without au es
cort. Her action did much to give
courage to those who feaied almost
to leave the shelter of their homes.
Among tho remarkable meetings iu
Vienna was one of women at Neu
Kirrheufeld, which was addressed by
Frauleiu Grobingcr, a milliner, and
Fraulein Ovurak, acorkcutter. The
police were present and took notes,
but had no occasion to interfere.
in the united states.
1'he May Day demonstration of the
workingmen of New York to cele
brate the anniversary of the inaugu
ration of the eight-hour movement in
Union square was uneventful, both
iu point of attendance and exciting
features. Speeches weru mudo by
various delegates and the usual reso
lutions offered anil adopted.
Notwithstanding the orders of the
police otllcials prohibiting any din-
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piny of red flags' nml other Anarch
istic drapery In tho parades of May
Day celebration in Chicago, three
sanguinary emblems appeared and
the bearers were promptly arrested
and the offensive emblems coiill'
uated. At the head of two do.in
men from thu Arbeitoi- Zeitung olllce
the red flag wis curried. Debating
Clubs number 1 and 2 also carried
Hag-, which weie so red they met the
(llnp,)ioval of Superintendent Hub
bard and b" i tu 1 1 0 Mutely resolved to
'captitie t lii-m N i disorder occurred
on the Lake fiont, where speeches
were luido. Revolutionary spirits,
if there wore any, were cutefully
, A second-hand pi-mo in good order
stiiel fin Mile
lias lots (n Lililia
An Kit siiavitig ii!,o Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
SUNituitN roliuved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Native Fans and Curios in great
variety at tho "Elite" lee Cream
The Brunswick billiaid parlors are
the most elegant pleasure resort in
"Wheue shall 1 see you this even
ing?" "Oil, Mimu old place, the
Brunswick." (J. if
Theiie will he services iu German
at Y. M. C A. hall on Sunday at 11
o'clock a. m.
Take your chum to the "Eli'e" lee
Cream Parlors, finest ice cic.un soda
in the city only 10 cents a glass. 2-lw
FitESH rolls and doughnuts and a
line cup of coffee you can get uvcry
morning at the "Elitu" leu Cream
Pallors. 5-1 m
Delicious coiicc and chocolate will
be M-ivi-d every niui'iiiiig early at the
1'alaco lee Cream Purlorn, Ludwigsen,
& Cron. Holel stieot. 1-tf
Get your noots and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wuiltiku
shoemaker, L. Toennies, on Eut
Hotel street. First-class work, low
Ouk sherbet soda beats all your cold
drinks. We have a patent on this
line drink; beware of imitations; 10
cents a glass ut-tlie "Elite" Ice Cream
Diiessmakino, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect lit
guaranteed.. MISS WOLF, 73 Bere
tania street, or Mutual telephone 09(5,
before 8 a. m. or 5 :30 p. in. 8-3ni
A house lot with the buildings and
appurtonanoes, on the easterly side of
Maiviki, will be sold under foreclosure
of mortgage by .lanies F. Morgan at
his auction rooms, Saturday next, at
12 noon. Particulars in advertise
ment. A FABLE (NOT FROM ES0P).
An owl once said : "Who so wise as I?
See the shape of niyhead; tee the
size of m eye ;
I will get mo up in u tree and cry,
'Who! wbol who! so wise as IT"
The ehick'-ns began to cackle and fiy,
I lie rabbits oil to their holes did hie,
The mice they hid in the granary.
But a boy with a gun stolu out on tho
And blew that owl to eternity.
That owl, put haps, though vory wisu,
Did injudiciously advertise.
Moral Don't advertise your weak
points to your competitor.
Adapted from David B. Page.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Aents.
Kx " Ilcninuri'.1'
The Pacific Haudwahe Co., Ld.,
have just received from England "an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sots, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolinciim Avenarius by the bar
rel, citsu or smaller quantity.
- IJY TIIE -
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Coi-uor xr-oi-t tSz itlnu wtiooty.
When labor and capital fall out then conies a strike. When good
material comes to the hands of the brainy workman an article is p'toduoed
which causes a strike of a different character.
Our biggest strike was inude with the "HENDRY BREAKER," be
cause it does its work better than any pi- in the Kingdom ; the draft is
so light that it is but child's piny to ha idle i and the parti are so strong
and well put together that it will wn'k in the tnughest kind of soil.
You'll strike it right if you buy one of i..- ,n.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. t-preekel' Uauw, Hun. .lulu
104 Fort btre
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TRIMMINGS I
Special Reduction in School Hats
nor FOR I WEEK ONLY -a
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
i ti i
-s ill' V' it 7 L-?W
THE HIGHEST GRADE OF BOH LED
Water, Giiter Ale til Oral) Age Gitor
DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY.
CONS'l ITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN lti.VJ IJY C. E. WILLIAM? FOR CONDUCTING TIIE
failure, Ciilid Milking, Upholstering fi OnMiHg
Iliihliu'ss In Honolulu are s'lll extant, ami the hiilnu. Ub originator and
prci-uut prnpili'tor hi-re to May. Ilavhu purch.isi'd tint utitiru iutetunt of
tlio late tlriu ot II. 11. YVlllluiu A Co,, cuiiipriiug thu 1. irge.it stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; ptiui'lpilly i-uleoti-il by II. 11. Willlauu ilurlng tils lato three
inoulhh' visit to thu Coat, 1 now offur tlii stock and (unite suldiilutiti for
CASH .it pr'u-cn much lus than heretofore chargeil,
my The uuderiigiifd In resuming hi old place and bin-luces would respect
fully tender his grutWul tli.uil.s for thu liberal patrou.igu ot old frleuiU of thlx
and neighboring llmid-, and hopes to meili a coutiiitiuui-u of their (avurit while
soliciting a fliiiru fiom ni'iv friends; and agaiu offers uU r-crvlccA iu
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
Ily Exweiiuiii-oil and Catoful Men with huliablu Apparatus.
Matting of Supoiior Quality Furnished and Laid by Compotent VI on !
C5T PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -
JUST RECEIVED Ex, "BENMORE"
gjT AND FOR SALE AT LOWES 1' .MARKET RATES. &
Ciihiih It. & S. OLD (J13NISVA (double berried).
.J. J. K. & Z. Ui (20 bottles each).
' H. & X. KISY JJKANI) (small while bottles),
' do do (small black bottles).
Also, Foster's Porter ia Quarts and Pints.
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