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FHOM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1803.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A crickot match at Mnkiki this
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A. Saturdays only.
C. Buncliiys excepted.
D. Baturdays oxceptcd.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1893.
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Friday, July 21.
O P S 8 Warrimoo, 8 days from Vancouver
Stmr Mokolil from Molokal
Btmr Walmanalo from Koolau
Schr Mahlnmhi from Waialua
8chr MUlo Morris from Koolau
Batdbday, July 22.
Haw bk It P Rithet, Morrison, 14 days
from San Francisco
Haw bk Mauna Ala, Smith, 10 day9 from
Satubday, July 22.
C P S 8 Warrimoo for Sydney
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr Hawaii for Maui and Hawaii
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr O R Bishop 1841 bags paddy, 800
bags sugar, 31 odls bags, 200 bags rice,
83 hides, and 80 pkgs sundries.
Per stmr Mokolii 13 calves, 75 sheep and
Per stmr Iwalani 3500 bags sugar.
Mr. G. L. Edwards, toacbor
Kaluaahn, Molokai, is in town.
Tho August term of tho Circuit
Court will open ou August 7th.
J. J. Williams, tho loading photo
grapher, has a card in this issuo.
Tho P. G. baud will givo a moon
light concert at Sans Souci Tuesday
Tho bankrupt sale will bo con
tinued at tho Arlington at 7 o'clock
Diamond Head, 12 m. Weather
clear, wind light northeast. Steamer
Koala off Barber's Point.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Vancouver, July 14.
By 8. 8. Warrimoo.
It was an off day iu tho District
Court to-day. All tho cases on tho
calendar wore remanded.
Mr. and Mrs. Holliugor will have
tho sympathy of many friouds in tho
death of their little daughter.
Captain Williams, of tho bark
Ladstock, has taken young Simon
Gibson, stowaway, undor his wing.
Mr. Kinnoy of tho Vancouver
world, going through by the Warri
moo, paid a lightning visit to tho
From Molokai, per stmr Mokolii, July
22 Q L Edwards, E O McCartney, Mr
Hookano and 8 deck.
For the Colonies, per S 8 Warrimoo,
July 22 Steerage: George Grotofend and
O 0 Blussler.
Tho British bark Ladstock commenced
discharging at Brewer's wharf this morn
ing, as also did the hchooner Transit.
The Hawaiian bark R. P. Rithet, Cap
tain Morrison, arrived this morning 14 days
from San Francisco. The captain reports
a pleasant passage.
HOLLINGER At Waikiki, July 22, Rosie,
daughter of Thos. and Jennie Hollin-
ger, ageu l year, i niontn ana iu uays.
- funeral at z cciock to-morrow
Tho U. S. flagship band gavo a
concert at tho Hotol yesterday even
ing. Tho P. G. band played at
Queen Emma hall.
The Crescents and Kamehamohas
will play a baseball gamo on the
League grounds this afternoon.
Tho P. G. band will bo in attend
How to get pure water and thus
prevent infection is told by tho Ha
waiian Hardware Co., along with
much other valuable information, in
their column to-day.
Tho C. A. S. S. Warimoo brought
two bags of mails from Vancouver,
B. C, this trip. About five or sis
letters came from San Francisco
through the Canadian mail.
A gold watch and chain was to
have been sold at noon ta-day to
satisfy a writ of execution, but as
the debt has been settled the auc
tion was indefinitely postponed.
Mr. J. E. Grossman loft on the
steamer Kiuau vestordar afternoon
for Hilo, Hawaii, to take charge of a
coffee plantation there. Dr. M. E.
Grossman, his brother, accompanied
Professor B. Iiuchwaldy left on
tho S. S. Australia on Wednesday
last, notwithstanding a notice in tho
Advertiser that he has lately arrived
and will give instructions on certain
instruments at tho Arlington.
United States Vico-Presidont
vonson is visiting California.
Presidout Clovoland has nearly
roaovorod from tho attack of rhoum
atism. The gold rosorvo has incroasod in
tho treasury, but tho currency has
Ouo faro for round trips to tho
World's Fair has boon mado by
Utah will probably bo admitted to
statehood at tho coming special ses
sion of Congress.
Every plate-glass factory in tho
United States is closed, and 10,000
mon nro idle as tho result.
AmonK tho exhibit of Guatomola
at tho World's Fair will be two let
tors writ ton by Christopher Colum
bus. Tho fall in tho price of silver has
stimulated the dovolopmont of the
gold leagues in the Coour d'Alono
The Nicaraguan Canal Construc
tion Company is out of funds and
has stopped all work upon tho Nic
Tho United States circuit court at
Chicago has decided that the direc
tors have power to open the World's
Fair on Sundays.
tJaptain Kottotr, supercargo of tho
steamer Ardagou from Cionfuegos,
died of yellow fever while the vessel
was off the New York lightship. The
body was cremated, and tho ship
Much speculation is indulged in
at Washington at tho probable ac
tion of the special session of Con
gress toward repealing the Sherman
silver law. Tho opponents and ad
herents of the bill aro confident of
A terrible firo with loss of life
occurred at Chicago July 10. It
started in a cold-storage warehouse
not belonging to the exposition con
taining an exhibit of tho Hercules
iron works. The nremon ran up
tho shaft surrounding the smoke
stack to fight the firo. The shaft
caught fire from below, and fifteen
or tw.outy mon wore killed by jump
ing or burned to doath. The scene
was witnessed by thousands and
Emerson has beon sub-
appear in the bocona
from the residents of tho parents.
Booms to let
wai, Waikiki. .
with board at Hani-
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
M. Goldberg is selling out his
men's clothing at cost.
A genuine clearance sale in all
departments at M. Goldberg's.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Rev. O. P,
Circuit Court to testify in tho Laha
ina church trouble on August 2d.
Mr. W. White and his fellow kickers
are charged with riotous assembly.
Tho Scottish Thistle Club will
hold its 100th business meeting this
evening at 7:30 o'clock, instead of
Monday, 21th iust. Aftor the busi
ness portion of tho meeting is fin
ished, a lantern show will bo given.
Thos. St. Clair, tho sailor who was
tried for tho murder of Fitzgerald,
mate of tho bark Hospor, while that
vessel was on its way from New
castle, N.S.W., to this port, has been
sentenced to bo hung iu San Fran
cisco on October bth.
Dr. R.I. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his office from King street
to Beretania street, near Emma.
W. H. Benson, piano and organ
tuner, has returned from Kauai and
may bo found at the Arlington
Hotel as usual,
Dr. M. E. Grossman, D. D. S., hav
ing returned from the Coast, has re
sumed the practice of his profession
at his old office on Hotel street.
. Go to M. Goldberg if you want a
ohoap suit, ho is selling out all of his
men's clothing at cost. Como early
on Saturday, July 15th, and got first
Mrs. Machado appeared before
tho Supremo Court this morning.
Tho woman was convicted and sen
tenced by a foreign jury to imprison
ment at hard labor for eighteen
months and to pay $-100 fine, for tho
larceny of 4890, the property of Mr.
Sohwanck, bumboal mail. Tho court
sustained tho verdict of tho jury and
Mrs. Machado was taken to the
Tripp mansion to servo out her
"My little boy was vory bad off
for two months with diarrhoea. Wo
used various medicines, also called
in two doctors, but nothing douu
him any. good until wo usod Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy, which guvo immediate
relief and soon cured him. I con
sider it tho bent medicine made and
conscientiously rocommoud it to all
who need a diarrhoea or colio modi-
oiuo. J. E. Haro, Trenton, Tox. 25
and CO couts bottles for sulo by all
dealers. Uoimon, Smith & Co.,
agent h for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
Storekeopor "You won't suit mo
if you're not married." Young man
"Why do you prefer your clerks to
bo inurrlodi" Storekeopor "Bor
cuuho 1 find the innrrlnu ones are
never iu such a rush to oloso up at
night and leavo mu uu tho single
Tho number of children on the
rolls of the Kauluwola school, pro
sided over by Mr. C. H. White, is
235, and not 135 as stated in yester
day's issue. There wore over 200
scholars present on examination
Lewis & Co., grocers, received by
the Warrimoo this morning a sam
ple lot of Victoria, B. C, butter. It
is a beautiful, tempting article and
certainly ought to bo tried by all
housokoopers who like to have nice,
sweet butter on their tablos.
The Salvation Army orators wore
stopped to-day by 'the Doputy-Mar-shal,
and informed that they
wouldn't be allowed to talk at tho
old stand ou Nuuatiu street near tho
corner, whero tho man with the
"tired feoling" has his store.
Tho benefit concert to Mrs. L. H.
Stolz, wife of the deputy sheriff who
was shot by Koolau the leper, in
Kalalau Valley, will take place at
tho Opera House this evening. Tho
public should attend and contribute
to so charitable an object. The con
cert promises to bo an enjoyablo
one, judging from tho names of
those who will participate.
New Departure in Shirts.
Having mndo arrangements with
an extensive bhirt manufacturing
company in San Francisco, M. Gold
borg is now proparod to show a largo
and well assorted lino of samples in
Whito Shirts, both for full dross and
ordinary wear; also in fine Madras
Cloths, Percales, Flannels, and fine
French Piques. A call will convinco
you that it will pay to huvo your
sliirta mado to order at popular
m m mi
Tho Flagship Band.
Tho following programme was
rendered by tho U. S. Flagship's
band at tho Hotel yesterday ovon
March Etcort of the Color . ...Rolllnson
Overture Tim Itohoiiiiun Glrl.Prcudtvlllo
Waltz liniiiortellun Uung'l
Waltz and Ah Variations for Cornet.
Of Curl'tt Opera
Seleotlon-Wllllum Tell ltonlnl
Polku The Gem Cox
Galop-Tlino und Tide . ... Taylor
For a cut. biuiso, bum or sculd,
there is nothing oqual to Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. II hcaln tho parts
more quickly than any otlior nppu
ngentH for the Hawaiian Inlands,
ii 9 '
Bubiurib for thf Dully liulhtin, f0
ocnfi per month.
Lord Chief Justice Coleridge of
Great Britain is seriously ill.
Tho lord mayor of London has
been created a baronet, following
the usual custom on the marriage of
one of the royal family in direct
succession to the throne.
The Belgian Chamber has voted
such a revisiou of the constitution
as will enable Belgium to acquire
colonies. Tho government is known
to contemplate tho annexation of
the Congo free state.
Tho London Globo is authorized
to deny tho published statement to
the effect that all the captains or
tho vessels that took part in tho re
cent maneuvers of tho British Medi
terranean squadron off Tripoli were
to be tried by court-martial.
Tho Duke of York, oldest surviv
ing son of the Prince of Wales, and
Princess May of Took were married
at the royal chapel of Buckingham
Palace, London, July 6. Tho mili
tary display and the royal proces
sion wore grand.
Clause 26 of tho Home Rule Bill
was carried July 13, in tho House of
Commons by tho closure, while
several other clausos wore postponed
at the request of tho Govornment,
tho Opposition leaving the House in
a body before tho vote was taken.
The London Lancet says that
there have boon 702 deaths from
cholera in tho southern part of
France since May, and that during
the last four weeks there wore 138
deaths from the same disease in
Marseilles, fifty-throe in Cotte and
fifteen in Toulon.
Out of 420 members constituting
the Italian Senate, 120 are charged
with complicity, either direct or in
direct, in tho bank scandals.
About 100 of the members of tho
Chamber of Deputies are similarly
implicated. It is proposed that tho
Senate, sitting as a high court of
justice, demand that the accused
In the German Roichstag, Dr.
Osann, a National Liberal, moved
the adoption of a resolution declar
ing that in consequence of tho fod
der famine tho proposed army man
euvres ought not to be proceeded
with. A vote was thou taken on tho
first article of the bill, and it was
pabsod by a voto of 198 to 187, a
government majority of 11. Count
Herbert Bismarck supported tho
govornment. Tho article fixes for
two years tho peaco offectivo forco
at 479,229 mon. Tho volunteers for
the year aro not included in this
Outragos,.against Armenian Chris
tians in Turkoy have broken out
Tho rebels nro still tho undor dogs
in tho fight at Rio Grande do Sul,
Fairvillo, N. B., Canada, has been
burned a third time in a short
Tho Bolgian oxpodition hos won
two victonos over tho Arab slavo
tradors in tho Congo region.
Tho Christian Endoavor Conven
tion at Montreal has sclectod San
Francisco for next year's meeting.
Some friction botwoen tho Gov
ornment of Newfoundland and tho
French admiral on that station is
Advices from Japan roport that
nearly all tho British Columbia seal
ing schooners had made good
Dr. Guzman, Nicaraguan Minister
at Washington, has been recalled in
connection with a general cutting
down of foreign missions for econ
omy. Prof. Macoun, who has returned
to Ottawa from Paris, says that the
general impression there is that
Great Britain will win ovory point in
News has reached Panama of an
expedition having started from Mar
tinique to invade Venezuela, with
tho avowed object of overthrowing
Gen. Crospo, tho recently choson
An Egyptian medical dolegate
from Mecca says tho deaths from
cholera there aro doublo the num
ber officially reported. In tho val
ley of tho Mouna it is impossible to
bury the dead, and tho road between
there and Mecca is strewn with
corpses. In Mecca bodies lie de
composing for days, owing to tho
impossibility to got grave diggers.
The New Zealand Loan & Mercan
tile Agency Co., Limited, has failed
in consequence of tho crashes that
lately occurred in tho Australian
financial world. Tho concern was
one of the most important engaged
in colonial financial affairs. The
capital of tho company was 4,500,
000, 400,000 of which was paid up.
It is feared that tho company has
beon carrying on wide speculations
FRENCH INSULT TO SIAM.
France has got into a broil with
Siam through the action of naval
commanders. Tho Siamese Govern
ment had refused to permit two more
French gunboats to enter tho Meiu
am River, 20 miles from the mouth
of which Bangkok is situated, and
threatened if the gunboats attempt
ed to cross the bar at tho mouth of
the river that they would be sunk,
and France be held officially respon
sible for beginning war upon Siam.
Although the French Minister gavo
pacific assurances and tried to pre
vent tho gunboats' entering, the
Compte and tho Inconstanto crossed
tho bar and exchanged shots with
Paknam forts. The two men of war
then proceedod to Bangkok and
now aro anchored with tho gunboat
Lutin, opposite tho British Lega
tion. One sailor was killed by the
oxchango of shots at Paknam, and
two were wounded. Tho King is
now holding a council. If it comes
to fighting fearful scones will prob
ably be witnessed.
WAR IN SAMOA.
News has been received at Sydney
that active hostilities have broken
out between tho natives who support
King Malietoa and the adherents of
Chief Mataafa. Tho opposing fac
tions have each formed a camp about
two miles from Apia, tho capital, and
skirmishos occur occasionally. Tho
king's forces are numerically strong
er than the supporters of Chief Ma
taafa, but tho latter have better
arms. Both leaders refuses to hold
any district neutral.
Advices by way of Auckland aro
that first blood was shed while
Malietoa was marching on Malicoa.
Ho captured a rebel outpost after a
short light. His followers now out
number the rebels five to one. Many
of the robels have deserted to him.
Apia is fovorishly excited.
Decision in tho Banning Caso Partly
in Favor of Petitioners.
Judge Cooper has filed a docision
oil the potition of Mrs. J. F. O. Ban
ning aud B. R. Bauuitig, to rovoko
tho order discharging W. F. Allon
as administrator of tho ostato of J.
F. O. Banning. Ho revokes and sots
aside tho order of dischargo on tho
ground, as stated in tho Bulletin's
summary of tho potition soino weeks
ago, that tho will required tho wid
ow's half to go to tho son, at hor
death, and tho administrator's trust
was not absolved until that
ovont. On tho other ground of
potition, its prayor is denied, tho
Court finding that tho settlement
with Mr. Banning was not brought
about by any undue influence, misre
presentation or fraud on tho part of
Mr. Allen. Mr. Banning was 25
years of ago and of sound mind,
thoroforo is bound by tho receipt for
his own Bharo, which was to bo paid
to him at that ao. In revoking tho
discharge of tho administrator, tho
Court oidors him to filo his accounts
for approval within fifteen days. In
making his returns tho administra
tor may credit himsolf with tho
amount of money and securities
covered by tho receipt of B. R. Ban
ning ou filo in this caso. A. S. Harl
woll and W. A. Kinnoy for peti
tioners; F. M. Hatch for tho administrator.
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
SSO Fort Btroot, ECon.olu.lvi.
FIVE SPECIAL BARGAINS.
Undressed Monsquetairo Kid Gloves, tan shades, all sizes
for 85 Cents a pair.
Foster Kid Gloves in tan, black and grey, every pair war
ranted for $1.20 a pair.
Dressed and Undressed Mousquetaire Kid Gloves, tan, black
and grey, every pair warranted tor J?l 90 a pair.
Evening Kid Gloves, extra long, light delicate shades, for
2 a pair.
White Kid Gloves, 5 and 6 buttons, our regular 2
Gloves for $1.G0 a pair.
IW These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY -
Miss J'cnnto Magor
Ohio City, Ohio.
Scrofula and All Blood Diseases.
"I take great pleasure In tfvliii; publla tes
timony to Uio value of Mood's Sarsaparllla for
I havo suffered with thli distressing trouble
for nearly ten years, and In that timo havo tried
almost every medicine recommended to mo
without any relief whatever until, after much
urging, I gave Ilood's Sarsaparllla n trial. It
ha3 been of great benefit, and will effect a per
manent euro. I siy to all pooplo who suffer
from Scrofula, try HoodN Hanaimrllla; it will
do jou good." Sliss Je.nnii: Flaoer, Ohio
City, Van Wert County, Ohio.
"My daughter, eleven years old, has been
troubled w 1th scrofulous catarrh ever since she
was three years old. Three physlclins gavo her
no permanent relief, In the Hummer It com
menced eating into her noso, Wo bought
and gavo It to her and it has cured her, for
which wo aro very thankful. Wo got one box
of Ilood's Tills and llko them very much."
Mrs. David C. Miimei., Cliandlersville, Ohio.
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery i Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ABSOKTMENT OF
HOOD'S PtLLS euro Conatlpatton by lettorlng
tho peristaltic action of the alimentary canaL
HOimOX, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian IsluiuU.
Ef P'&is9 mG,
Wf 44U "-nT- Al - "
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OU DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ordway" &T porter,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
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IIEItOISJI ON THE VICTORIA.
Major Smith, commander of tho
maiines aboard tho warship Victo
ria at tho timo of tho disaster off
Tripoli, has written to tho Colonel
in command of tho mariuos at Gog
port concerning tho behavior of his
men. "Tho non-commissioned offi
cers and mon behaved splendidly.
Words will not express all they did.
They foil in by watches on tho quar
ter dock as btoadilv as ou parade,
without tlio apoaluiiR of a word of
caution, until tho end camo, It was
a night one can never lorgot so
grand so sad their behavior may
havo beon equalled it was novor
Vii'o-Adiniral Sir Michael Culme
Soymour, who was appointed to suc
ceed Vice-Ad iniial Tryon in com
mand of the Mediterranean lleut,
hoisted his Hag July (1 ou the uruiser
Hawkw olf Malta. Ho carries with
him full instructions from tho Ad
miralty concerning tliocourt-iiiHrtial.
Civil war has again broken out In
ArriveB from Vancouver, B. C
Leaves Again for the Colonies.
ThoO. A. S. S. Warrimoo from
Vancouver arrived at Honolulu this
morning at 2:30 a. m. The steamer
left Vancouver on l1 riday, tuo 1-ith
inst., and after touching at Victoria
resumed her voyago on Saturday,
tho 15th. Has ou board a largo
quantity of cargo, a considerable
portion of which is for this port.
Amongst other merchandiso there
are 500 barrels lime, 1000 bundles
shingles, 900 bundles shooks, 1000
pieces lumber, 749 sacks coal, b5
bales of hay; altogether about 300
tons of cargo for Honolulu.
Tho passengers on board aro Mr.
and Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ujlak,
son and iiifuut, Mrs. Doylo, Mrs.
Stillwoll, Miss Adams, Miss Still
well, Messrs. Vrankish, Cuthbortson,
Rev. D. Frazor, Kinno', ltov. J.
Milne, W. Troop, J. S. McCandloss,
L. J. Davios, Williams, Strachan,
Lobley, Reus, Collins, Webster.
Swift, Lawrouco, Gibbs, Ecclos aud
Master Stillwoll. Fino weather
Tho Warimoo resumed hor voyago
to the Colonies at 3 o'clock this
Mutual Telephone Co.
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scribers of tlio Mutual Telephone Com
pany. Please cut out and paste in a con
venient place for future reference:
(130 Arlington Hotel.
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40 Attoriiov-Uencral's Department.
010 Urnnn, Phil res.
650 Uroughton, Mjhs E res.
liiJt Cmnnra, Jos res.
(118 Carter. Jo-t L res.
t!l7 Cistlc, J 11 res.
4MI Cntton, Uobt, Queen Street.
4U0 Cooj)er, Dr O 1) res.
lil Cooper, UrCB. .
015 Day, T J res.
40 Foreign Department.
80 Finance Department.
478 Guerrero, 1J L res,
100 Hare, J H res.
305 Hawaiian Btar.
109 Hitchcock, E G res.
30 Interior Department.
2(W Knnon, P P res.
518 11 lCaneohe ltanch Mendonca,
700 Kahnnupaoa, A H res.
710 Kalanikuu, C A res.
017 Klniiuaka, M A res.
101 Lorsen, Capt res.
4U Lucax, Chas res.
010 Mitchell, Miss M res.
535 Morgan, Jus 1 Waikiki res.
(113 Morrell, Lieut res.
600 M urnhy, A E res.
021 McVeigh, J D res.
015 Ordway it Porter.
051 I'M BrfCu, Wharf.
4X Portland Hotel.
012 Pratt. MrsFSres.
507 II llobert-on, Geo IKaala.
620 ltouoUl, FriU Kalihl,
283 Kans Souci.
50!) King Kce.
030 htrattford, Mrs A res.
443 Smith, Walter (J res.
02,1 Wagner, Wm.
170 White, E O res.
r10 Wilsuti, Lieut res.
425 Wodehouse. 12 II res.
i 57,1 Yokohama ttpeule Dank, L'd.
Mil y.iegler, unas res.
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MONDAY, July 24ih, at 10 o'clock . m.
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from the undersigned.
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60 vent (i month,
" The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
in the -World."
: : 842,432,174.00
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