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;OSHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER. JUNE 1, 1893.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
This is Govornmont pny-dny.
A Jnpnnoso tnrm wants a situation
as oflico boy or cook.
Tlio P. G. band playoil at MaUoo
Island yostorday ovoniug.
Bishop Willis was a passongor on
tlio Glaudino this altornoon for
Claus Sproukols and Sam Tarkor
loft on tho stoamor Claudiuo this
afternoon for Maui.
Pursor J. 13. Sutton of tho S. S.
Alameda has tho thanks of tho Bulle
tin for news favors.
Mrs. A. 0. Cartwright and family
rolurned on tho S. S. Alamoda to
day, after a pleasant visit abroad.
Tlio U. S. S. Adams has boon or
dered hence to bainoa in conso-
LAAE FOREIGN NEWS,
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A. Saturdays only.
C. Bunclays excopted.
D. Baturuays excepted.
qnouco of tho troubles in that group.
Tho H. "M.S.S. Alamoda will leavo
for tho Colonic at 5 o'clock this
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posed a provisional torm of six yoars
to effect tho financial arrangements.
At tho closo of six years tho wholo
arraugemont would bo revised. It
would bo provided that Iroland
should collect and manogo taxation,
with tlio exception of customs and
John Uedmond (Parnollilo) gavo
i uotico that ho would opposo tlio
I clause provonting tho Irish Parlia
' niont from collecting and regulating
existing taxation as unjust and
, humiliating to Iroland.
i DYXAM1TE OUTIlAan IN MADIUD.
A Madrid despatch of Juno 21
says tho greatest oxcitomont prevails
in that city over thoexplosion of a
Iynamito bomb at midnight in front
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, JUNE 80, 1893.
TnunsDAY, Juno 29.
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Friday, Juno 30.
B S Alameda, Morso, 0 days, 13 hours mid
35 minutes from Snn Francisco
Stmr Iwalaui from Hamakun and Lahaina
FitiDAY, June 30
S S Alameda, Morse, for the Colonics
Bktue Hilo, Le Ballister, for Ban Francisco
Am bktnc Mary Winkcinian, Xlsscii. for
. San Francisco
Bk Kate, Davenport, Reynolds, for Puget
Am sehr Robert Lowers," Goodman, for
Stmr Olaudinc for Maui and Hawaii at
Stmr waialeale for Kalalau
; explosion wrecked a builuing near
! by, in which a circus porforuiauco
j was in progress, causing a panic.
, Tho grandson of tlio Marquis of
'-Havana, President of tho Souato,
I was futally injured. A son of tho
Marquis of Gotadolest was trampled
! to death by tho paiuc-strickon
i throng. Seven wero severely hurt
j and a largo number rocoivod minor
Tlio anarchist who throw tlio
bomb was blown to fragments. Ho
was a printer and several ot his fol
low tradesmen have boon arrested.
Two workmen woro killed. It is bo
lioved they carried bombs loaded
with bullets. Load was found llat
tened on tho walls of buildings.
For Honolulu, per S S Alamoda, June 30
Dr It W Anderson, Edw Armituge, JMiss
E Baker, Clias Blaisdell, Henry E Brooks,
Miss E Broughton, Mrs A J Cartwright, -children
and nurse, A "W Cartor, Dr It
Beverly Cole, Mrs Cant Godfrey rnd 2
children. Miss Kate It Harris, M Hvinau.
Mrs M Kahal, C Kaiser, B C Konvon, Miss
May T Kluegel. P Lee, R G Moore. E V
Peterson, Mrs Bayers, Mrs C B Wells, J J
Williams, Mrs Laura Wight, Mrs Green
and infant. Miss E Wodehouso, H H Yer
rington, H M Yerrington and wife, Miss
Young, and 22 steerage. For Auckland:
John Chambers, Jr, J D Connelly, U S
Consul, J B O'Deane, X Shove, W Weston,
and 18 Bteerago. For Sydney: JI 1' Jler
iar Miss Mary E Clarke, T Clarko, Tho-
Cooper, B L Davies, Arthur Dawson, Joe
Goddard, W Goodwin and wife, Geo Madi
son, J Marks, B "Marks, It H Marks, A
Marks, Miss Minna Meyer, Miss Ohistina
Mill, John Mulcahy, Jamus Osborne, J R
xtiidford umd wile. T N Knyward, Alfrod
Stiasney..N ,A-Tolstai, YV" M Wabh, N J
Wangenueim,"J S Young, avd 12 steerage.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Claudiuo,
June 30-rFor the Volcano: A L Assam, 1)
S Ruexsky, C W Rogg, Mrs Ward, L E Kil
bens, E B Redmayne, W Hauor, and W
Kupclweiser. For W ayports : Claus Sj.rcck
cls, S Parker, Mrs C L Wight and daugh
ter, C H Jucld, Miss E H Bicknell, Mr O
B Wells. Mrs Widdiiield and dauKhter, K
P Thompson, Paul Neumann, Masters
Parker 2, RB Anderson, G K Wilder, Mr
and Mrs Crozier, E R Hondry.A A. Wilder,
R H Davies, S Louisson, H H Plomor, P
Lee, Rev Okabo Mr Okatski, G M Robert
son, H Focke, Mrs Aki and son, Mrs J Xa
walii, Miss Lydia Phelps. Miss H K &umi
hele, Mrs Wilson, Miss Etta Daniel, Mis
Norton, V V Ashford, W R Castle and
family, D Morton, Bishop Willis, F Jl
Fay, S MoTigho, Mr Kaufman, E 11
Lewis, M Beyer, and G Cltoss.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H B M S Royal Arthur from England
H B M S Temeraire fiom England
Am ship Topgallant from Port Blakely
Am schr Transit from San Francisco
Am schr Olga from Tacoma
Am schr Allen A from Eureka
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Bktne Klikitat, from Puget Sound, duo
Br bk Ladstock from Liverpool, duo July
Ger bk J O Pfluger, from Bremen, due Oct
Qer bk G N Wilcox from Liverpool, due
Earthquake shocks have beon folt
in tho Southern Statos.
Tho cruiser Atlanta has boon or
dered back to the United Statos.
Jacob Schaofor, tho champion
billiard player, is in San Francisco.
Associate Justice Blatchford of
tho Supremo Court is von low at
J. J. Williams tho photographer
returned to-day from a two-months'
visit to tho Coast. Mr. Williams
A number of tourists loft on tho
steamer Glaudino to-day for tho
Volcano. . Tho stoamor had a largo
J. A. Victor offers SI 00 reward for
information that will lead to tho
couviction of tho firebug who sot his
Hilo Houso on lire.
Tho whaling bark Sea Ranger,
well-known at Honolulu, has beon
wrecked off Alaska, the crow barely
escaping with their lives.
Joe Goddard, tho heavy-weight
Australian pugilist, is a through
passenger on tho S. S. Alamoda. Ho
is going homo to get a fow moro
points about scientific fighting.
Lowis J. Levey will sell a desira
blo property in Kona, Hawaii, at 12
noon to-morrow, under foreclosure
of mortcaKO. Before tho salo parti
culars can be had of A. P. Peterson, Newport, R.I.
The Duke of Newcastle is coming
to Honolulu on tho next stoamor
from San Francisco. Ho has beou
photographing everything in sight
at San Francisco, and was going to
Monterey before coming hero.
All aboard! Tho Oahu Railway
and Land Co. are going to run ex
cursion trains on the Fourth ot
July, so as to give every ono a
chanco to got some ozone into thoir
lungs. Cheap return tickets will bo.
Captain Nottage of tho London
Times and Pall Mall Gazette, son of
a Lord Mayor of Loudon, is at Coro
nado, having recently arrived there
from Honolulu. He is preparing a
book entitled "In Search of Health,
or tho Hawaiian Two-Cent Revolu
tion," which is to bo issued from an
English press early in Juno. ATjir-
St. Andrew's Church. Association.
Offipnrs nf the old vonr woro re
elected at tho annual meeting of St. ! injured, some of thorn fatally.
Andrew's Church Association last ' Captain Searlos of tho S. S. City
night, excepting the Secretary, name-i of reiving has sued tlio b. 1. Daily
ly: Capt. H. W. Mist, R. N., Prosi-1 Report lair .3100,000 xlamagos for
dent; Mr. Stanlov, Secretary; Mr. J. libel. The paper said that the cap
C. Cook, Treasurer. Thoro was a tain had a suite of rooms free at tho
song by Mr. H. F. Wichman, Mrs. Palaco Hotel, iu return for his ro
"Wiehinan aecoinpanping on tho commending it to passengers from
niario. liov. A. Mackintosh trave a me urieiu
roadinti. Mis von Holt and tho-
Cornell won in tho froshmon's two-
mile raco over Columbia at Now
London by over ton lengths iu 10:8.
Tho shipment of gold from Lou
don to Now York is looked upon as
showing that the tide of gold ox
ports has turned.
Judge Grant has decided that tho
bill to change tho capital of Califor
nia from Sacramonto to San Joso is
John W. Flood has beon found
guilty by tho San Francisco jury,
I who fixed tho amount of his emboz
fzloinont at 103,700.
Liimtnmjr struck xinghng s cir
cus at River Falls, Wisconsin, just
as the people woro going out of tho
tent. Eight persons wore killed and
Rev. Roduoy Edwards, superin
tendent of tho Old People's Homo,
Sau Francisco, has beon indicted for
embezzling $3100 from Mrs. Allou,
an iuinato of tho home.
A train on tho Long Island Rail
road on which 1000 persons woro re
turning from tho races at Sheops
hoad Bay, was derailed iu a tunnel.
Two peraons wore killed and 100
Tlio following California banks
liavo suspended : Tooplo's at Pomono.
tho bank at Escondido, tho Citizens'
at Ontario, tho First Natioual and
Commercial at Santa Ana, Farmers'
Exchango and Savings banks at San
Tho run on tho First National
Bank at Los Angolos amounted to
$400,000. At its opouing on tho 22d
Major Bouobrako was cheered for
tho following spooch to tho crowd:
"Gontlomon and ladios Tho Los
Angolos National Batik in still on
top and is going to stay on top. It
wjll bo closod only on Sundays and
SESATOn LELAND STANFORD DEAD.
Senator Loland Stanford diod at
Moulo Pork, California, at midnight
botweon tho 20th and 21st. Ho bad
boon out driving tho day boforo and
rotirod at 10 o'clock. His valot on
going into his bodrootn about mid
night discovered tho Senator was
Loland Stanford was born about
eight miles from Albany, N. Y.,
March 9, 1821. Ho was tho fourth
of sovon brothers, all or whom aro
still living savo one. His ancestors
camo over from England more than
fifty years boforo tho revolution of
177G, and sottled in the Mohawk
Valloy. Fivo generations of them
havo tilled tho soil of tho Empire
State. Josiah, fathor of Loland,
was a man of marKed public spirit
and onergy. Ho was ono of tho first
advocates of tho Erie Canal, and one
of tho earliest promoters of railways.
Tho lato Senator was a lawyer in
"Wisconsin, but his library being
burnt ho wont to California in 1852,
going into business with three of
his brothers in Sacramonto. Ho
took an . interest iu public affairs,
was a strong anti-slavery man, and
was an unsuccessful candidate of tho
Republicans for Govornor in 1857
and 185U. Iu 18G0 ho was a delegate
to tho Chicago convention, whore
ho formed the acquaintanceship
of Abraham Lincoln which ripened
into intimate friendship. Iu tho fall
of 1801 Stanford was olected Gov
ornor of California by a plurality of
Stanford was ono of tho company
organized at Sacramonto July 11,
1861, to build tho Central Pacific
Railroad. He drovo the lasT spike
May 10, 18G9. A telograph wire was
attached to the silver hammer ho
used, by which tho news was Hashed
all ovor tho United Statos as ho
struck tho blow.
At the age of 2G Loland Stanford
was married to Miss Jane Lathrop
of Albany, N. Y., who survives him.
Thoy had but ono child, a boy,
whose death was tho greatest blow
ovor dealt to the parents, and to
commemorate whom was founded
tho Loland Stanford Jr. Uuivorsity.
This institution was founded at Palo
Alto iu 1888 with a magnificent en
dowment valued at .520,000,000. Since
his death a frioud has roneatod a
statement made by Stanford that at
his death another $20,000,000 would
bo added to the endowment.
From Juno 10 to 20 thoro woro 830
deaths from cholora at Mecca. Tho
numbor on tho 21st was 180.
Sarah Bernhardt was robbed of
jowols of tho value of 300,000 francs
at Buonos Ayros.
Mr. Ponnypackor, an Amorican
citizen, who roprosonts tho Union
Iron Works, San Francisco, arrived
at Nicaragua in an open boat from
Amopola. Ho fled from Sau Salva
dor for fear of imprisonment, if not
death, on account of fraud charged
against him by Prosidont Ezota, iu
connection with tho importation of
arms and ammunition. His bills for
those supplies had not been paid, and
ho says Ezota trumped up tho
charge against him.
N. S. SACHS
5BO Fort, Street, Honolulu.
ilrs. A. BL Allen
20 Miles from a Doctor
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials ! Latest Designs!
Cotton Pongee I Cotton Chaillel
Light and Dark Ground Ellects Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Blue, Cardinal and lllack;
FINE KIGU11ED MUSLINS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Brocaded it Plain Chaiubrics, ,i
Eider-down in Pink, Cream and Hahy 111 no,
Polka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish Lawns.
A COMPLETE- ASSORTMENT OF
In Flalds, Claoolts and Stripes.
TA- Corae and seo tlio White Goods wo aro selling at 7, C and 5 yards for ft. -"931
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
MilVM IAIAaMi rfr-rAir " " r-T u JL v - tMm'Kr
But Hood's Sarsaparilla was
Equal to tho Emergency
Pleurisy, GIiIUb and, Fcvor lMlc
Leg Perfect Cure.
"Alter my baby wai born I got Into Tory serl
otn condition, having pleurisy, chills and foiror,
gradually do eloping Into milk leg. Wo live 20
miles from a physician and did not know what
to do. Finally nf ler a great denl at unffer
inn I began to tako Hood's Sarsaparilla and
when I was using tho third bottle I could too
It Was Doing Mo Cood.
I contlnuod with another bottle, and rccovertd
so rapidly that now I am in goad health. I
Hood's s Cures
cordially recommend It as a good medicine."
Mbs. A. M. Allien, Ferry, Washington.
Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills, Hllloui
nest. Jaundice. Indigestion. Sick Headache
IIOBKON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Island".
Jisf Opened a Large Line
ONE SECOND-HAND SAFE; AS GOOD
as now. Atiply under "11," this
Misbos Glado Kavo soii''s, albo
WalwfiuM, accompanied Jirst hy
Mbs Zoo AU;iiiM)ii ami then, roh
jjoiidiny lu an i-iu'oro, playing for
himsolf. Mr. A. E. Murphy gavo a
recitation. Rolre.shinents rounded
up tho ovening'sonjoymont.
A Trip on Shore.
An uncyclical from tho Popo is
publishud which upholds Mgr. Sat
olli'a courro iu relation to tho public
(chuols of Amorioa. While tho pub-Ik-
schools aro not to be coudomiiud
oiitiruly, btill ovory ondoavor should
bo inado to multiply and advauco
tho Catholic schools.
Tho International Navigation
Company of Now Jerso' has beon
organized to control tho steamship
trallic botweon Now York and Phil
adelphia and European ports. Tho
capital is .-MijAXJUtfUU. J- ivo sioam-
Paul Isenberc from Liverpool,
The following from the San Fran
cisco Call of Juno 2!J will be appro
iM.'iturl in I renminbi, wlmni tlui sub-
ieot of tlio item is well known and ' hhip.stoeo3t$2,00(,000oaeh havo boon
uouorallr esteemed: "Captain J. ' ordered from tho Cramps of Phila-
Al. Cavarlv, who for upward of
thirty yearn has beon in tho employ
of the I'acillc Mail .Steamship Com- !
Vessels in Fort.
UBS Bostdn, Day, from a cruiso
Am 4-masted schr Lyman D Foster, Drecyr,
Irom Newcastle, N S W
Dr schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yoko
hama Am 4-m King Cyrus, from Newcastle, NSW
Urit bk Koutenbeck, Kussel, from Nowcab-
Am 4-mast sohr W H Talbot, Bluhru, from
pany, has returned lroni a seven
weeks' vacation, during which time
ho has made an extended trip with
Ins family a-j tar as Hangor, Mo.,
visiting in turn Now York, Wash
ington, Mount Vernon and other
places, including Chicago and tho
World's Fair. Ho looks ton years
youngor than when he left this city."
The following vessels havo been charter
ed to load for this port: Ship Topgallant,
lumber, from Port lilakely; bchoonor
Transit from ban Francisco; bchouuer
Olga, lumber, from Tacoma; bchuoner Al
len A., lumber, from Eureka,
Tho steamer Samoa, the largest cargo
boat in the world, bailed from jlomlmy lor
Antwerp on May 8th, carrying 11,42k funs,
principally rape seed. She took out to
Dombay 7,413 tons of coal and coke, exclu
sive of bunkers. The time actually cn
aged in discharging and loading wus 1(1
Chance to Got Homos.
. Fivo valuablo properties will bo
I sold at auction by James F. Morgan
&,at 12 nbon to-morrow, under an or-
vdor of tho Circuit Court upon tlio
..petition of Bruco Cartwright, ad-
miniatrator of tho estate of tho lato
Eliza W. Holt. Four of tho placos
aro in town and one iu Palama. It
is seldom such an opportunity oc
curs for getting a homo plot in
Honolulu, Soo tlio list tilsowhoro
all desirable properties.
Fifty cents is a small doctor bill,
but that ih all it will cost you to
euro any ordinary case of rheuma
tism if vou use Chamberlain's Fain
Balm. Try it and you will lie mir
prised at the prompt relief it aHonls.
Tho first application will quiet the
pain, GO cent bottles for hh!o by all
dealers, Benson, .Smith & Co., admits
for the Hawaiian Islands.
MASK TAILUrtES ON THE COAST.
Six banks havo closed temporarily
at Los Angolos: First Natioual,
.Southern California National, City
Bank, Broadway, University aim
East Side Bank. Tho latter three
aro small institutions. The First
National paid out ovor half a million
in two days. Tho Los Angeles Na
tional Bank is making 25 and 10 per
cent payments cash, the balance in
ton and sixty davs, and claimed on
Wednesday to have Slf0,000 to start
with next da'.
Payments woro suspended at tho
Consolidated National and tho Sav
ings Bank of San Diego.
The bank of Anaheim closod at
noon Wednesday. Depositors will
bo paid iu full.
At a lato hour ou Thursday last
tho directors of tho Pacific Bank
l ii tJtin lViiwiusw riruwil I iflfwl i f dim-
distance traveled by thorn is botweon ! Tinn.i illia.,WH' i ii,nir nnsto.ri no.
Mnlst traveling ,:,.0 Qr Bll(,onsion thov said deposi
tors would be paid in full.
Tho Pacific was the treasurer of
and a largo stockholder in the Peo
wlo's Homo Savings Bank, which
also clobod its doors on Friday
morning to protect its depositors.
Tho Call of the 2,'Jd prints in black
typo some reassuring paragraphs re
garding othor local moneyed con
cerns. They aro protected by the
action of tho Clearing-house, and
apart from this aro iu magnificent
condition to meot tho demands
which may bo mado upon thorn.
Tho Bank of California received
Around tho Island on Whoels.
H. E. Walker, Prosidont, and W.
M. Bush, Secictary and Treasurer
of- tho Pacific Wheelmen, havo just
completed a trip around the Island
of Oahu on bicycles. Thov report
the road as being fairly goon. Thoir
riding time was 10 hours, which is
considered to be a very fast trip,
and stands now as the record. The
80 and (.M mile;
round tho island they wero received
with tho greatest hospitality by all.
60 cent) u month,
S. S, Alumoda. I
Tho S. S. Alameda, Morso com
mander, sailed from San Francisco ,
June 23 at 5:15 p. in., and arrived at
Honolulu June !!()lh, at 5:15 a. in., (!
days l.'i hours D5 minutes, Had line
weather the ontiro trip.
Chamberlain's Cough Boinody
Is famous as a
Cure for bovero colds.
Famous as a
Preventive of pneumonia.
FanioiiB as a
Preventive and euro for croup.
Famous for the relief it allords in
Famous as a safe and pleasant
.Medicine for childieu.
Try it. 50 cent bolthii for sale by
lieiihou, Smith & Co.,
Agent it for the
The Daily JlnlliHin in (kllvwtl hy
' cam'?! fot 60 vnt per month .
1,000,000 tho previous day from tho i ost. .
United States treasury; tho Anglo- the ic
California Bank has $JJ,000,000 in on tho
coin in its vaults; tho Nevada lunik
has funds to meet aiiy demands
made upon it, and so with the others.
Vieo-Piobidoiit 1. II. McDonald,
Jr., says the sponsion of the Paci
ni! i-annul last longer than five days,
as a capitalist would then bo pro
pared to help out thu bank to tho
extent of S.'I.OOO.IKK) If necessary.
It is Mated the Itivorsido Hank
will immt every obligation.
The Firt National Bank of Now
Whateoiu, Wush., the oldest iu tho
1 city, has closod its doors.
THE COLLAl'SED BUILDING.
Colouol F. C. Ainsworth, William
E. Covert, superintendent of Ford's
Theatre bunding, and Francis Sasso,
ongineor, appearod voluntarily in
tho criminal court uoloro .Jiuigo iuc
Comas at Washington and gavo bail
iu S10.000 each for thoir appoaranco
boforo tho grand jury. Daut, tho
contractor, was not able to appoar
in court, but tho sureties wont to
his houso and qualified there in the
lizzie nonnEN acquitted.
Tho jury trying Lizzio Borden at
Now Bedford for tho inurdor of her
parents returned a verdict of "not
guilty" on tho 20th inst. So con
tradictory was tho evidence of the
prosecution that this verdict was a
1'orogono conclusion. Tlio crime is
as groat a mystery as ovor.
SUNK LIKE A POT.
THE OHEAT mUTISIf BATTLESHIP VICTORIA
CARIUES DOWN TO DEATH VICE-AD-
JUUAL TltYON AND .iUl) MEN.
Ail extra of tho San Frannisco
Daily Hoport of Juno 23 contains
news of the sinking of tho splendid
battleship Victoria of tho British
squadron in tho Mediterranean with
a frightful loss of life.
Tho Victoria, which flew the flag
of Vico-Admiral Sir Georgo Trvou,
K. C. B was run into off Tripoli, a
port town on the oastorn Mediter
ranean, by tho British battloship
Camperdown, also belonging to tho
Mediterranean squadron and under
tho command of Captain Charles
Tho Victoria had an onormous
holo mado in her sido, through which
the water poured in torreuts. The
immense hull of tho Victoria at once
began to settle, and boforo thoso ou
board hor could cast looso tho small
boats sho wont to tho bottom, carry
ing down with her nearly all on
Soino of tho officers and crow
managed to got out of tho suction
caused by the sinking vessel and
were rescued. Among those lost is
Vico-Admiral Tryon. Ho was Com
mander-in-Chief of tho Mediterra
The complement of tho officers
and crew of tin Victoria comprised
GOO men. By the latest estimate the
total number of lives lost is 350.
Boar-Admiral Albert II. Markham
of the Trafalgar, the llagship of the
Bear-Admiral ou the Mediterranean,
telegraphed to tho Admiralty from
Tripoli, undor datoof Juno 2.'!, as
follows: "I regret to report that
while rnauuuvriiig off Tripoli this
afternoon tho Victoria and Cainpor
down collided; tho Victoria sank iu
fifteen minutes iu eighteen fathoms ;
of water. She lies bottom upper-
Tho Campordown ram struck
ictorta forward of tho turret
starboard side. Twenty-one
officers woro drowned. Two hun-
dred and fifty-five men woro Bnved.
Tho injury to tho Campordown has
not yet been fully ascertained, but
was horious and will necessitate her
going iu dock for repairs. I propose
to hond tho survivors to Malta."
Tho Victoria was a twin torew
battleship of 10,170 tons and U.000
lioiu power. She mounted iifteeu
guiiH. The Camperdown Is also a
lirst'class screw battleship. She is
of 10,000 tons and 11,500-horse
power, and curries ton guus,
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
VCAHUEIHO, UAKIimt, DKSIKKS
to intimate that he has removed
from King street to Hotel s-trect, opposite
tiie Shootmg Gallery. Tiw-yt
TY A PORTUGUESE MAN AND WIFE
Xj lor uenerai v orK aiunu nouse aim
GINGHAMS, Latost Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces in. all "Wicltlis,
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
premises except cooking.
7U'-Iw 51. A,
POSITION OF ANY KIND DY A
Youiib Man just from the States.
Good lhiuk-kuepvr and not afraid of hard
work. Very hest of references.
"J. A. G.,"
7(H-lw IIullktin Otllce.
T)OSTAL SAVINGS HANK.
JL No.s. l!Kir), lUii", IKS'
and ii7,r)3, stand
ing in tho name ol tho childien of August
Ahrens. The Under will plea-e return the
samoto 0. O. HEKGEK.
Honolulu, June :V, IS'.KJ. 7(15-:it
Popular (Srerman Dry Goods Store,
7 5 ITORTTREBT"; 7 5
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
IB. IF. EHLBRS c GO.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
AT A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
l'ortuguuio Mutual Benevolent So
ciety of Hawaii, held ut their hall on l'')th
inst., J. I. Avellnr was elected Secretary,
vice .1. M. Vivas, resigned.
J. 1. AVEU-AU,
Honolulu, June S, lb'J.1. 7lH-2t
AN AD.TOl'ltNKI) MEETING OK THE
Stockholders of tho Waianah Com
pany will ho held en MONDAY, July a,
Ib'.Kt, at 11 o'clock ,. m., at the ollice of the
undersigned ou Merchant street. Special
linslness. J. O. HEKGEU,
Priestman Oil Engine
fi Horso Tower. Hum with Ordinary
Kerosene Oil without Holler or Fur
nace. Cost to run very small
as com parui 1 with steam.
Can lio seen in motion at my Ware
house, Queen street.
7lir)-lm HOHT. C'ATTON.
Grand Masquerade !
AT THE HKIHTEHT OK SEVERAL
l'romiucul Ladles and Gentlemen
who took part iu tlio hall which was given
last mouth, another Masipieraiie will he
given at the Armory on TUESDAY
EVENING, July Ith. It will he given
undor the direction of the same committee
who conducted thu last hull. Everything
will be done to Insure n good time to tho-u
who attend. The proceeds will he applied
to the Triiii-portution of an Invalid to his
homo and the Imliinco will hu given to a
ijulies' Charllahh) Society. Doors open
at H o'clock.
tW TICKETS ft. Tickets can ho had
at Holllster A: Co., Heimoii, Smith V ('o.,
llohron, Newman ,V Co., Hawaiian News
88 FORT STI2.B3B3T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna "Rugs
IN GREAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COLORED-Just suiWhle for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIG-UBED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO CHOO PONGEE-GREAT NO.VELTIES
Silkallno o-nci Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
W Dressmaking Under the Management of HISS E. GLARE. J3
Royal Insurance Company
" The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
in the World."
: : 842,432,174.00
Fire risks on all kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current Risks hy
J. S. 'W'.AX-iKZEiFe.,
Acting Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Elegant -:- Restaurant
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
No 41 Huuanu St. & Bet. Hotel & King
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Mrs. leek's Building, Fort, between King
and Merchant streets.
Opening on Thursday, June 29th,
.A.T XO A. M.
gW llpslalrs Room Reserved fur Ladies
and their Escorts,
Home Cookery. Only While Help Employed.
FRANCES M. NICOLL, : : Proprietor.
E. B. THOMAS,
PI.. M.I. IIS .N
Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
WATER PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED
AT I.UU 11 iMTMt.
I'luiuhiui! Neatly Kjcciitcd hy Kx
rluiicud Workmen, 717-liu
E6TIMATKB (HVKN' O.N AI.LKI.S'DK
of llrlck, Iron, rjtono and Wooden
ISiitldlug. All kinds of Johhiug in thu
Itulldlugtrailuuttendi'd to, Keepi for sale:
llrlck, Lime, Ctunent. Iron Htunu I'ipo and
Fltting!i. Old and New Corrugated Iron,
Minion Tllea, Ouarry Tllus, an-orted (dues
ami color, i:alliornlii ami Monterey Kami,
mimmii inning mm umickh, uic. etc,
I- uiiii'uuiiii Yarn; i
hiuilli streets. Olllco lion
1 to I I'.y. Telephones: Hell ittl: Miitua
117. Residence; Mutual 110. 1', U. llox
Ol'llBCRIl'TlONS FOR DKFRAYINO
O the Kxpeuxes of the coining Fourth
of July (elehrallon imii he left at the
helow-iuentioiied Olllces and Stores, where
the Lists are now open:
HOLLIBTRR . CO.,
JIKXKO.N. SMITH .V CO., &
HOHHON, NKW.MAS A: X.'0
HAWAIIAN NKWB CO.
THE K. K. BATHS
AT REIKI'S, WAIKIKI-KAI,
open to thu l'lthlle and wIH he
carried ou as a
First-class Bathing Resort
Five Minutes from the Cars.
Intending visitors should leave the
Kgand ' ffilr? ",l0r '"'" "
Subscribe or the Daily liullrlin, 60
oentt per tiwnth,