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OAHO RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FitOM AND AFTER JUNE 1. 1893.
To Ewa Mill.
LeaVo Pearl Oity..
Arrive Ewa Mill. .
Lcavo Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
Lcavo Pearl City 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:53
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LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Aloha Lodge, I.O.F., 7:30.
Diamond lload 3. p.m. Woathor
hazy; wind light N.B.
M. Goldberg is selling out his
men's clothing at cost.
Tho P. G. band plays at the Ha
waiian Hotel this evening.
Juicy grapes, 10 lbs. for SI, may
bo obtained from K. Lislunau.
A conuino clearnuco salo in all
departments at M. Goldberg's.
Tho Bulletin is indebted to Purser
McCombe, of tho S. S. Australia, for
Luther Severance of Hilo, and
daughter, came to Honolulu on the
S. S. Australia.
Dr. J. Brodio camo in on tho San
Fraucisco steamer to-dny, looking
tho picture of health.
Tho Hawaiian Jockoy Club will
hold a meeting at the Pacific Club
on Monday, 17th inst.
Dr. E. I. Moore, dentist, has ro-
movod his ollico to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
S, W. Wilcox of Kauai, is homo
again. Ho returned on tho steamer
to-day after a visit to tho States.
for sugar is:
LATE FOREIGN NEWS,
(.Continurd from 1st Page.)
Tho Gorman Roichstoc. bv a larco
majority yesterday, elected Horr von
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New Moon on tho 13th at 2U. lGin, a. m.
Time Whistle blow ant lh. 28m. 34s. li.in. or
Honolulu time, which is the same us 12h. Om.
0s. of Urconwlch time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1893.
TnuKoiur, July 12.
B S Australia, Houdelette, from San Fran
cisco, Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Lehun for Hatuakua
From San Francisco per S S Australia,
July 13 Miss Mary Alexander, A D Bald
win, Miss Barnes, Gambler Bolton, Dr J
Brodio, W J Ctcsnr, 8 B Damon, Miss liz
zie Fennell, M D Qarratt and wife, Francis
Gay, Rev John Goddard, Geo Grotfcnd, Dr
M K Grossman, J E Grossman, X W Hob
ron and wife, Miss Margaret Hopper, T J
Kinc. Miss Kinnev. Elder John Kaler and
wife, Mrs T E Krouse, Mrs Lothnip, Mrs J
W Marshall and child, Duke of Newcastle
and valet, Geo H Paris, "W 0 Peacock and
wife, H D Priest, Mrs G RoberUon, A G M
Robertson, Mrs S 13 Rose, L Severance,
Miss Severance, Elder G K Wells. S W
Wilcox, Mrs A Willis, A Young and wife,
R Ziegler and wife.
. Shipping Notes.
Tho following' vessels are loading at San
Francisco for the Hawaiian Islands: Irin-
faard, Transit, R. P. Rithet.B. C. Allen, S.
r. Castle, W. G. Irwin, for Honolulu; Har
vester and Annie Johnson, for Hilo.
MOORE At Oakland, Cal., July 4, 1803,
Annie, wife of Joseph Moore, a native
of London, England, aged 58 years.
LOOAIj AND GENERAL, NEWS.
The auction of cement at tho
Pacific Mail wharf takes place to
morrow (Friday) at 11 o'clock a. m.
If you want Terrapin or Oysters,
ny stylef ring up Mutual Telophone
283. Sans Souci will have all ready
by the time you get there.
The great unresorved drapery salo
at the Arlington Rooms is postponed
until further notice. Look for ad
vertisement in future issue.
A thirteen-year old lad named
Goo. Waineo was arrested to-da' for
alleged stealing of twenty-live conts'
worth of marbles from a Chinese
latest Now York quotation
Raw. firm and in fair
demand; centrifugals, 90 tost, -lc.
Mrs. Rose, wife of Mr. S. B. Rose,
manager of Wildor's Steamship Co.
was u passenger by tho S. S. Aus
tralia. Tho three Japs who jumped a
Japanese informer yesterday after
noon will appear for trial to-morrow
Tho project of sending tho tug
Fearless from San Francisco after
tho dorolict Hornesfold has been
Ex S. S. Australia, July 13th, livo
Terrapin. Also on ico a nice lot of
sweoet breads, fresh oysters, etc.
A. G. M. Robertsou, who loft to
take a two years'courso in tho Yale
Law School, arrived homo on tho
S. S. Australia to-day.
Thomas J. Kinc, manajror of the
California Feed Co., returned to-day
after a two months' business trip
abroad, in his company's interests.
Mrs. A. Willis returned from tho
Coast to-day on the S. S. Australia,
after accompanying the Misses Willis,
nieces of His Lordship across tho
The condition of Marshal Hitch
cock is reported to bo bftter. Ho
will probably bo in couditiou to at
tend to his duties either to-morrow
or day after.
John D. Spreckela, captain of tho
victorious yacht Lurline, was pre
sented with a gold loving cup by tho
people of Santa Cruz.
Mr. A. G M. Robertson, who
returned homo to-day, in an inter
view given to tho Call, describes a
Fourth of July in Honolulu.
Haili, tho woman who was shot
through the lip by her husband in a
fit of jealous' on Saturday night, is
improving slowly at the Queen's
The wharves woro perfectly crowd
ed this morning, there beiug a dual
attraction tho return of tho forces
from Kalalau and the arrival of tho
S. S. Australia.
The Kona coU'eo plantation was
sold by J. F. Morgan yesterday to
Lau Cliong for 81000, subject to a
mortgage of SO00O, hold by tho
Tho Hawaiiau Baseball Associa
tion did not meet yostorday after
noon on account of the absence of
several members. Tho meeting was
postponed until next week.
Ah Low was arrested last
on suspicion of bein
Air. wusoirs promisos tne otuor
night, ami held for investigation.
A bunch of koys was fouud on him.
Lovitzow (Conservative) prosidont,
Baron von Buol (Clerical) first vico
prosidont, and Horr Buorklin (Na
tional Liboral) socrotary and vice
prosidont. Tho army bill will bo in
MOTS IN TAWS.
Riotous demonstrations woro bo
gun by students in tho Latin Quarter
of Paris on July 1st. A bystandor
was killed in tho oucountor with tho
police. Tho trouble arose rogardiug
complaints that had. boou tnado
about tho scanty costumes worn by
cortain female models at a ball.
When tho Deputies mot on Monday
1000 students asked for admission to
the Chamber. Ton of thorn woro
admitted and given a hoaring. They
asked that tho Government bo cen
sured. Iustead, tho Chambor passed
a motion expressing confidence in
That evening 2000 students sur
rouuded tho Prefecture of Police,
jeered tho officials and throw stones
through tho windows. While tho
police woro preparing to charge, tho
mob upsot all tho booths in tho
neighborhood and smashed tho
The charge of tho police was ro
pulsed. threo times. On tho retire
ment of tho police tho cavalry was
called out. The mob then hurried
back along tho boulevard St. Michel
and across tho bridge to tho boule
vard du Palais. Tho students smash
ed tho massive doors of the Palais
do Justice and knocked tho glass
out of all tho windows within roach.
Tho police hastened to tho spot
and charged with drawn swords.
Tho rioters ovorcamo them, tore tho
swords from their hands and drovo
them back. Sever.il policemen woro
cut sovoroly with swords and taken
to tho hospitals. A dozou other
policemen woro cut severely. Tho
men woro also injured with clubs.
The Republican Guards wero call
ed out at midnight. Tho students
retreated down tho boulevard. St.
Michael as tho guards approached
and disappeared shortly before 1
o'clock. Tho guards remained sta
tioned at the bridge to provont the
return of any rioters to tho Palais
do Justice or tho Prefecture of Po
lice. Intense excitement prevailed in
the Latiu Quarter until after 1
o'clock Tuesday morning. Tho stu
dents and police fought repeatedly.
Fifteen policemen and many stu
dents woro injured seriously. The
students upset street booths and
set iiro to them.
Rioting was continued on Tuos
day. The police woro unablo to dis
perse tho mobs, and eventually a
largo dotachmont of cavaty charged
and scattered tho students.
Tho whole district bounded by
i!m..4 ..m411 4l. nnliAn
L1UUUU UUUI jvuu (""'" niw iv,
enforced bv aHarco forco of Ropub
licon Guards, whon tho rioters dis
persed. At 11 o'clock thoro was a sanguin
ary oncouuter on tho Rue dos Eco
los. The Republican guards chargod
tho rioters with drawn swords and
tho police oponod firo with revolvors.
Ono man was killed by a cut from a
Two hundred porsons woro arrest
ed last night for participating in tho
Quick Rollof and Porfoct Curo
UEHniNO SEA ARMTriATION.
Mr. Phelps of tho United States
argued boforo tho Bohring Sea
tribunal that a nation is entitled to
omploy forco on tho high seas, ovon
in timo of peace, if necessary to pro
tect its interests. Thoro is no intor
uational law that debars tho United
States from making such soizurcs
as are nocossary to protect tho seal
industry. Tho right ot protection
oxtondod to tho open sea, aud ovon
to tho territory of a fnondly nation,
undor cortain circumstances. Phelps
declared that tho valuo of tho seal
ing industry was tho chief consider
ation iu tho purchaso of .Alaska by
tho United States.
DYNAMITE IN SPAIN".
The city of Seville was in a state
of constant alarm all night of tho
lth iust. and many prominont offi
cials and residents dared not seek
thoir bods, fearing their residences
would bo blown up. Tho excitement
was duo to the fact that tho anar
chists, or other lawless porsons,
woro at work in various parts of tho
city, causing tho explosion of pe
tards. At Madrid tho polico arrested a
mau carrying a bomb undor his coat
in tho immediate neighborhood of
tho house of ex-Premier Castillo.
ANOTHER COAL MINE 110RKOB.
An oxnlnsion occurred in a collinrv
at Thornhill, Yorkshire, Euglantl,
July 4. It is supposed that more
than a hundred were killed. Eight
men aud a boy woro rescued. Hopo
of any moro being saved is abandon
ed. It is supposed tho casualty was
caused by the caroloss opening of a
Soveral cases of cholera and four
deaths aro reported at Polafurgol, a
town near the Mediterranean Pro
vince of Gorona, Spain. It is prob
able tho cholera fouud its way there
from Uette, Alais and other towns
in southern Franco, where sporadic
cases have recently occurred.
Tho Commercial Bank at Winne
peg, Manitoba, has failed. Liabili
ties $3,270,000; assets $1,981,000.
The bills of the bank go under Do
1 :-. ...V::;y
Sir. O. B. Patricia
"I wss so hailly afflicted with sclatlo rheuma
tism that I could icarcfily more. I used a great
many remedies which did ma no good. A friend
presented me a bottle of Hood's Barsaparllla,
which I began to take. Tho relict was quick
and two bottles cured mo completely. I author.
tie the ujo of my name and portrait In recom
mendlnK Hood's Sarsaparllla, for 1 think It a
very valuable medicine. I recommend it to all
who may be afflicted with rheumatism or old
fevor sores, as I know of a lady In Oakland who
has been cured of ulcers by this wonderful med
Iclno." C. Ii. Pjltiuck, No. SOB California 8L,
Stockton. California. Get IIOQD'3.
Hood's Plllo act cully, yet promptly and
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 25c
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
Bao Fort, Street, Honolulu.
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
BIG CUT IN PRICES!
Ladies' Night Dresses, our $1 quality for 85c.
Ladies' Night Dresses., our 1.25 quality for 1.
Ladies' Night Dresses, our i?2 quality for 1.(50.
Ladies' White Skirts, 1 ruffle for 40u.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
White Skirts, 3 ruffles for (55c.
White Skirts, ii ounce with lace edge for 80c.
Chemises, extra quality for '10c.
Chemises, torchon lace and embroidery for GOc.
Chemises, embroidery trimmed, extra quality
These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY -gs
the burglar of
Willie Maortons, who fell from a
"tree a few weeks ago, has not im
proved sinco tho rolapso reported
the otherday. Ho has to be watch
ed by a nurse day and night.
The Duke of Newcastlo, with his
party, occupies ono of tho cottages
in the Hotel grounds opposito tho
British Minister's. Aftor lunch to
day the Duke with Mr. Bolton and
Col. Macfarlano started for a drive
to Waikiki and Punchbowl.
A. sailor on tho German bark G.
N. Wilcox fell down tho hold of
that vessol this afternoon aud broke
his loft arm. Ho was taken to the
Hospital. The other day an acci
dent happened to another sailor on
tho same bark, three of his lingers
being nipped off.
"Ono of my customers camo in to
day and asked me for the best cough
medicine I had," says Lew Young, a
prominont druggist of Newman
Grove, Nob. "Of courso I showed
him Chamberlain's Cough Koinody,
and ho did not ask to bee any other.
I have uover yet sold a medicine
that would loosen aud relieve u se- j
voro cold so quickly as that Komcdy i
does. I have sold four dozens of it
within tho last sixty days and do '
not know of a single case where it !
failed to give tho most perfect satis- I
faction." 50 cent bottles for salo by ;
all dealors. Benson, Smith & Co.,
.agouts for tho Hawaiian Islands. i
Tho Duko of Newcastlo and valet
together with his traveling compan
ion, Mr. Gambier Bolton, arrived
on tho S. S. Australia to-day. They
aro registered at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Tho Hawaii baseball team mean to
defeat the champion Kamohamohas
ono game this season, and aro con
sequently practicing hard this week.
Next Saturday is thoir last chauco,
as it will be their final mooting.
A musical eutertaiiimont is to bo
given in tho near future, under tho
management of Mr. W. B. Ash, for the
benelit of Mrs. Stolz, widow of L.
II. Stolz who was shot at Kalalau.
Furl her particulars will bo announc
ed later on.
tho Boulevard St. Germain, the
river and the Buo do Seine was iu
an uproar. Students with crowds of
roughs filled tho open spaces; omni
buses and tramcars wore stoppod by
mobs, the pnssongors turned out and
tho vehicles upset. Tratlic was sus
pended in tho district. Tho Hue
St. Pores was barricaded, aud podos
triaus wero stoppod and maltreated.
At 11:30 tho whole district two
blocks east of tho Boulevard St.
Michaol was in full riot. Troops of
cavalry and squads of police wero
stationed in every streets. The
students woro upsetting all vehicles
and scores of carts and carriages
havo been sot on fire. Many students
The critical situation was compli
cated by demonstration of working
men. Three thousands of them mot
in tho ovoniug and docided to re
main in the building all niglit to
provont tho authorities from execut
ing a threat to close it. Moro than
1500 workingmen wore marching
eight abreast through tho disturbed
district duriug tho evening.
Tho keenest anxiety was every
where apparent. General Saussier,
Military Governor of Paris, prepar
ed tho garrison for tho worst.
Later tho mobs piled up carriages
and carts, which they soizod to bar
ricade tio streets, All tho shops iu
tho riotous districts closed early in
the evening. Tho names of 200 men
severely injured in tho riots havo
A police brigadier is said to havo
been sovoroly wounded with a rovol-
i vor. Pans nowspapors saj' that ono
policeman has been killed and thirty
i or forty policemen and 150 riotors
I Tho latest despatches say most of
the rioting was not done by students,
i but by tho ritrraft", who took ad-
vantage of tho occasiou to raiso
l a disturbance. This class resumed
I rioting tho morning of tho 5th, and
had numerous conllicts with the
, polico and tho soldiery, aud numbers
i on both sides were injured.
Death, of Mrs. Moore.
Mrs. Moore, whose death at Oak
laud is announced, was the mother
of Andrew Mooro of Paauhau, and
visited Honolulu and Hawaii about
two years ago with Mr. Jos. Moore
and Miss Lottie Mooro, visiting Mr.
Moore at Paauhau. During thoir
stay they made and . met many
friends, who will be sorry to hoar of
tho death. Mrs. Andrew Mooro was
visiting tho family of Mr. It. H.
Moore at Oakland when hor mother-in-law
THE Al 8TKAMBHIP
1 ' AUSTRALIA ' '
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
OB TI1K ABOVE TORT ON
Wednesday, July 19th,
Tho undcrnigned arc now jiropareil to
issuo Through Tlckcti from thi-t city to all
points in the United Statcn.
For further particulars regarding Freight
or 1'aisago apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
NEW FURNITURE STURE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
Last fall I was taken with a kitid
of summer complaint, accompanied
with a wonderful diarrhoea. Soon
aftor my wife's sister, who lives with
us, was taken in tho samo way. Wo
used almost everything without
benefit. Then I said, let us try
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, which we did,
aud that cured us right away. 1
think much of it, as it did for mo
what it was recommended to do.
John Hortzlor, Bothol, Borks Co.,
Pa. 25 and 50 cent bottles for salo
by all doalers. Bonson Smith &
Co., agouts for the Hawaiian Islauds.
Tho P. G. band will give a
public concert at tho Hawaiian Hotel
this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Tho
following program will bo rendered:
March Tho Gladiators Bouza
Overture I'oet nnil Peasant Buppu
Cornet Solo The l'alaeo liugler
Selection lioheinian Girl Halfu
Medley Popular Airs Knpioy
Euphonium Solo Hocked In the Deep.
Schottisehe Just Push, Don't Shove. .
March High School Cadets Houza
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beayer Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Etc., Etc, Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OK DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
1JEU. TELEPHONE 82S. -Jl ttf MUTUAL TELEPHONE (M5.
Just Opened a Large Line
, , . ., , I The affair has assumod such a
lliero h n nasty hole in tho wood- H(.riUU3 aspect that tho authorities
on sidewalk on kukiu street, near i an) (l0(0riuinod to rostoro order at
mo corner oi fort street, inai re- ,... ,...
Princess Eulalia, according to tho
2er York pupors, has been invited
to fc&e a ball gauio in order to com-
S aro tho American spurt with tho
paninh national pastime, Wo sug
gout that a Harvard-Vale football
gumo would make tho infanta think
of homo quicker than any othor kind
oi sport to do juuuu in
quires the iiuineuiato attention oi i
the Road Board, elsu actions in the
Court for damages on account of
broken legs are bitro to aribo.
The headquarter of Co. A. in tho ;
Judiciary building havo been placed
in mourning, out of respect to Pri
vates -McL'abe, lliisberg, Audor
sou, and Joluiaou, who died from
injuries received at Kalalau, while
iu pursuit of Koolau, the leper ban
dit. San Souci will bo the scone of fes
tivity to-morrow (Friday.) evening.
Prolessor .Max Kaiill'inan of Berlin
gives a grand ball to his friends,
previous to departure. The Profes
sor will Do greatly misled iu wkjihi
circle-, having made hoatn of friends
during his hojoiirii in the islands.
For a cut. bruise, burn or scald,
thoro is nothing equal to Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. It heals the parts
moro quickly than any othor appli
cation, and unless the injury is very
sovoro, no scar is loft. For salo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agouts for the Hawaiiau Islauds.
Wife "I havo just boon to the
dentist's and had a tooth drawn."
Husband (heaving a sigh) "Lucky
tooth I It is now beyond tho roach
of your tonguo,"
As roported on Monday a sturdy
sou of Pedro knocked out a couple
of ciiloatinls on the I'oeilio mail dock
previous to t Iu nailing of the S. 6.
China. Tho Chintumm lmd the
Portuguese aireiili'd for UHsnull and
button'. 'Phis iiioriiliiL' iu tho l)ih-
Amoriou. I tiict Court the Portuguese was (IU
The rioting tho night of tho lth
was borious. Whou tho cavalry
charged the mob barricaded their
way. Planks wore thrown among
the horses' logs, and red Hags woro
brandished, resulting in several ri
ders boing thrown.
About a hundred riotors woro
trampled down and seriously wound
ed with sabers. Ono riotor was shot
dead. Tho wreckage of proporty
Tho students have wilnurawn,
disgusted, from the conilict. They
offer to help tho Govornmont to ro
There was a scene of uproar iu tho
Chambur of Deputies over a motion
to proceed to discuss tho riots in tho
city, which the Oovernmeut oppos
ed." Tho matter was postponed by
a decided majority.
Cowed by the detorminnd front of
(he Government, tho mob was quiet
during thu evening of the fit h. At
l:!l() o'clock, however, rioting was
resumed The mob assumed a
threatening attitude and thu polico
charged. The rioters made a deter
I mined stand and luind-to-liand light
followed. The utrugglu was aon-
60 cent n month,
DR. J. UCHIDA,
Physician and Surgeon
NO. 5 KUKUI LANE.
Bell Teleplion. 5SS
AT A MEETING OK THE DIUEOTOKS
of thu Mutuul Telephone Co. held
this date, n dividend of Four (4) Percent
on the Capital Stock was declared, payable
lin mediate v at the ulllcc of
G. O. HEKOEIt,
Honolulu, July 8, 18!)3. 77i-lw
FROM AND AI'TEK THIS DATE, NO
Freight will he received by tho Oahu
,t Laud Co. for shipment unleHU
OAHU It AIMS' AY ft LAND CO.
It. V. Dil.MNiuiAM, General .Munager.
Honolulu, July 10, lbUX 773-1 w
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEI0T1NU OK THE
Stockholders of SS'm. U. Iiiwin l Co.,
(L'ii), held at Its ollico on SS'edneiiday,
July I'.', IH'J.I, thu followitiu gentlemen were
ru-eleeted to borvo us Olllcers during the
ensuing year, viz:
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces in all WidttLs,
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
The Popular G
75 PORT STREET
erman Dry Goods Store,
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
ASl'EOIAL MEETING OF TIIK MKM
ber of tho Hauaimn Jiickky Omjh
will bo held un MONDAY, July 17th, at
7:3U o'clock r. ., ut the l'aelllc Club.
C. O. ItEUUKIt,
ON JULY oril A DKSrALFH.VTKK- ,
lllty Gold I'ln, Blar Miuim; owners
inline on hack. Two Deltas und one Sigma t
on face ut with liable and TiihiuoImi. i
llrlug to Dr. It. 1. Moore, Arlington Jlounc,
Mid receive reward. n-'-lw
W. 0. Irwin...
T. 0. 1'orter
.I'roHident & Manager
.Treasurer it Secrutury
W. M. GIFFAUD,
Secretary S'. G. I. it Co.. L'd.
FOR SAIjH I
Ripo Grapou 10 Pounds for $1
Hell Telephone No. 3H.
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other riliniiib l'l.mtK und l'uper Stock. !
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, ttf All order promptly attended to
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Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
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