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An Kxnratnatlon for Primary Gnulo Cer
tificates will bo hold on MONDAY, Aug.
lith, at the Kort Street School, commenc
ing at 0 o'clock a. M. The tiiunus of can
didates should bo forwarded to tlio Olllce
of tho Uonrd of Kducatton by Saturday,
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
IiiHpuotor-Geiicr.il of Schools.
Ofllco of the Hoard of Education, Aug. 0,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Seel nor Party,
Put Established for the Pcnefit of ML
THURSDAY, AUG. 10, 1893.
Nothing could bo neater than tho
mnnnor iu which tho Nows Letter
proves gross inconsistency between
tho views of its daily contemporaries
regarding tho Siamese- troublo and
their advocacy of the spoliation of
Hawaiian independence. It puts
thorn in a coruor most effectually, as
may bo seen in tho complete article
in this issue.
An evidence of tho reaction from
tho first blush of onthusiiasm over
the unlawful toudor of the Hawai
ian "pear" to tho United States is
affordod in tho article elsewhere
from tho Illustrated American. That
journal was among the most blatant
advocates of seizing tho proffered
stolon fruit, and long before the
revolution gave much of its space
to grotesque lies forwarded lrom
Honolulu about our a Hairs.
As the tug Elou was starting to
escort Minister Blount to soa on tho
steamer Gaelic, tho 1. G. band on
board the tug played, "Marching ,
through Georgia." Two members
of tho Executive Council wore on
board of tho Eleu. This semi-oili- ,
cial recalling of tho unpleasant '
moinories of the American war, to
tho distinguished soldier of "tho
lost cause" from Georgia, has tho
ply a stupid blunder, which on tho
part of statesmen is worse than a
crime. Lot us hear no more after
that, however, about tho unautho
rized use of tho Minister's uamo ou
a gift inscription by private indivi
duals. Denver, Colorado, had it first
lynching siuco 1S6S a fow daj-s ago.
Arata, whoso father was in life a
member of tho Mafia, the Italian
murder society, was confined for
killing a man over five cents. A
mob broko into tho jail, constructed
though it was of stone and steel,
hung the prisoner aud, after riddling
it with bullets, dragged tho body
through tho streets. Next to nothing
was done by the police to prevent
the lynching, although the chief was
apprised of it in good time. Thoro
wore fears tho following day that
tho tougher element, having had
their tasto for violence excited,
would attempt to loot tho city. Tho
banks applied for protection to tho
United States troops at the nearest
fort. It was the genoral opinion in
Denver that Governor Waite's action
in respiting murderers already sent
enced to death was tho direct cause
of the disgraceful outbreak of mob
law. Several lynchings of negroes
have lately been reported from tho
Southern States, iu one cate slow
tortures boing inflicted on tho victim
before putting him to death.
Why Thoro Wn3 No Quorum.
Tho annual meeting of tho Hono
lulu Chamber of Commerce was to
have come olf yesterday at 11 o'clock.
Tho secretary, however, saw lit to
use some of the boycotting tactics
of tho annexation crowd, and ndver-
tised tho Meeting in tho Advertiser
only. Tho coiibuqueiiiM was as might
booxpoulcd Fow if any of Hono-
lulu's businosb inuii saw tho advor-
tiseinent in tho morning padded
sheol, thoro was no quorum present
aim no nuiiuai mooting uoid. J ho
moral of tho affair i as plain as a
pikestaff; if you wish to lot people
in Honolulu know your wauls,
advortiso in tho Bulletin.
A Suggestion to the P. G.
ditoh Bvlletis: -
AVould not the following flipping
from tlio Washington Star, reprint
ed in this morning's I. C. A., w a
iltting aud desirable addenda to
Article 111. of tho proposed now
AITKCTINU AI'l-EAI. TO fMSVULAM).
The olllco-'jcoker with n sluh
Sought out the until of state ,
"I cntno to me," ho bald, "If J
Cannot reduce my wait."
Mr. II. J. Mayors, of Oakland, Md,,
says: "I have sold thirteen bottles
of Chamberlain's Cough Beinedy
to-day ana am literally sold out.
This is Iho largest saloon reeoid l
any one preparation in a day in or
our counters, It gives tlio best sat
iufaetioii of any cough iiii'ilk'ine we
handle, and as a heller it loads all
other preparations on UiIh iniultot."
Fur sale by all dealers, Buiihoii,
Smith & Co,, Hgeiils for tlio iiawai-
iuu, Islands, J
appearance of a studied insult. A,. ' "f 7"m"l ? T ,l " "ft" years there have been sensitiveness,
J'ln im 1 iaillill-; 11. ililU .l . LlK'ie .-,-,;., p-,mti inr ., Itinrr lifinnrr.
however, all the intents of tho P. ucre l' luehe, of water in tl.e hold. , "' rL'&.J? . "S' "?
G. aro against such appearance, the I The pitch wa, boiling in the decks j ; 'down hjH where'doctore and
incident mav bo denounced as sim- , and a thermometer held against the l , . , ,' . . ,, , I
. ( llicuitlllt auu au V 11. Havt ui-v.il onai- ,
X'lXUI.U OV TllE IlfiEl'.
Terrible Battlo With Firo on tho
I Ship Godnrbank.
. Thoro arrived at San Francisco,
on tho ovouing of July 27, tho 13ri-
! tish four-masted stool ship Codar-
j batik, which had for a month and a i
I week boon a veritablo floating
1 volcano on tho wild ocean. Tho
1 ship loft Newcastle, N. S. W., March j
5, for San Francisco with nearly
1000 tons of coal.
On tho 10th tho Cedarbank ou
couiilored a storm and, boforo tho
sun went down, tho splendid ship
was lolling in the trough of a fear- t
ful sea, a dismantled wreck. Tho
mizzonniast and jiggermast wore
hanging over tho side, and every
stitch of canvas on tho foro and
main-masts had boon blown away.
Tho big seas wore making a clean
breach over Iter, aud for nuarly
twout3'-four hours tho crow could do
nothing to reliovo the ship. Then
the wind aud sea went down a little
aud the wreck was cut adrift.
After hard work bv ollicors and
uieu tbo vessel was headed for Syd
ney, then about 700 miles away, aud
that port was reached March 21.
There tho ship was repaired aud by
April 2S tho Cedarbank was ready
to resume her voyage. All went
well and fair progress was mado
until Juno 20, when the fearful dis
covery was mado that tho cargo was
on lire. Captain Moody was noti
fied, who ordered tho hatches taken
oil' and nu investigation mado.
Dense clouds of black smoko drove
the men back from tho opened
hatchways. Tho hatches wore bat
toned down in hope of smothering
tho iii o, but when again opened
June 21, doiiso clouds of smoko and
gas pouted nut of tho hold.
Tlio boats were got ready for
leaving tlio ship, aud tho officers,
who wcio to command them, wore
ghon tlie course and distance to
Honolulu, the nearest port. Tho
ship Wiii lieaded for Honolulu and
tho steam pumps wero s-taited. A
heavy stiuam ot water was poured
inlo the hold all night. In the
morning the crow were overjoyed at
.ppearntices of tho lire having been
chocked. Again tho hatches wero
removed and the work of jettisoning
tho cargo began, Iho
was 12:5 dugroos but tho sailors work- iug are unknown joys, i-or oer
ed liku demons until night, wboii man Syrup we do not ask easy cases,
about 2(K) tons of ooal had been , Sugar and water may smooth a
taken out and thrown overboard. I throat or stop a tickling fora while.
As soon as tlio hatches eould bo This is as far as the ordinary cough
closed tho pumps were started again, medicine goes. Boschee's German
and the dense volumes of steam ( Syrup is a discovery, a great Throat
and smoke whieh poured out of i fltHi t hup- Stiecialtv. Where for
iLXiiotuiuu juu uuuicrjSi
,fiif rl ninl ! rm a t i
A ship was sighted ou July 14, aud
another tho next day, but neither
noiiceu iue ijeuarnaiiK s signal oi
flisln'KS. Tim tnrril)l striis'iili, nnfl
i.i t ii i .'
t I 1 .-ii..i -, lix.llt .... Ill.d Vll.lflnir 1..I. '
nuaJi;uu nuub wu uuin tuuvitiv, u tuj
10, whon, at 1 :30 iu tho morning, a
torrifie explosion' occurred which
seemed to luirly lift the big ship out
of water. No. 2 hatch was blown off
aud the next instant a volume of
llame shot into the air as high as
tho maintopsail yard. Tho fright
ened crow made a rush for tho boalu
aud begau to lower thorn into tho
water, thinking tho ship was about
to founder. The first boat had hard
ly struck tho water when a second
explosion occurred, aud once more
the ilaines shot high into the air,
sotting firo to tho lower riggiug and
some of tho sails.
Captain Moody and Chief Oilieer
Laurie, however, would not give up
the fight. Tho explosions seomed
to deaden tho fire, as tho ship grow
cooler after them. Finding that the
fire was still iu check, tho crew hoist
ed tho boats and the Cedarbank
lieaded for San Francisco under
every stitch of sail she could carry.
For fourteen days and nights tho
men obeyed every order given with
out a inn r niu r, and not one of them
took off his clothes or lay down dur
ing tho whole of that time. As tho
ship neared San Francisco the hopes
of tho crow rose higher and higher
until Wednesday night, July 20,
when hoveral more explosions occur
red. Tho first took placo at 9 o'clock
and blow tho hatches olF No. 2. Tho
crew covoied their faces with wet
cloths and after a sharp struggle tho
hatches wero again put on and bat
Half an hour later anotbor explo
sion blew iho same hatches off and a
low minuted later tlio hatches on No.
.'J woio Jdted high into the air, while
Ilaines and smoke ponied out of the
hold. Two more explosions follow
ed, both in No. 2 hatch, and then
the crew thought tho ship was going
to the bottom.
At ciHtwk llmrliiy inormiiB
.' "B Jfc'iliit wtis hilil.-(l, and it
did nut tako Uapt.-un .Mi-Coy lonjr to
make uibJiaw-eor fast lo tho buniiiifj
At D o'clock Thursday
hhip. J hen lor the first tinio Mtioo
the lire was discovered t ho faces of
tho oiiliio ciow wore wreathed iu
btiiilc't, for I hoy realized that they
weto safe. Tho Vigilant rushed the
burning .ship into port as fast as -steam
could carry her, and at (j
o'clock in tho ovouing tho Cedarbank
was safo at anchor oir Loin bard
street wharf. Afterward tho burn- j
intr -lii v. :n lowed into Mission bay,
..ihmo t-hc was run on tno mud, and
iho work of Hooding out tho liro i
Tho Cedarbank is a lino steel ship
of 2019 tons register, aud her loss
would have been severely felt by tho
insurance companies. Shu is a sis
tor ship to tho Elmbank, which has
only just completed repairs, aftor
having her interior gutted at San
Francisco by a tiro iu hor cargo of
To Gut ut the Fuctu
Kegarding Hood's Sarsapadlla, ask
tlio iiDomo who
nil) who tako thin niuili-
L'liin, or roan tno lohtiinoniais oiton
)iil)lihlioil in Huh papur. Tliuy will
coitainly conviiiuo you lliat Jlootl'h
Karnaparilla po.i.stiriMiri iiiumjuuIIoiI
murit, ami that JIuod'H C'uio.s,
Jlood'n 1'IIIh (mho uoiiHtitiatiou by
rt'storiiiK I ho iiuriblaltiu aution of
tno aiiiuuiiiury uauai,
bout fumily cathartic,
TJjoy aro tlio
uiis.i'MuuiaL luiaiuiuu j.jd uutweus. . . . ,- .. .... ,r t- .
Withdrawal of Appoal Proooodinao
at Jury Torm.
Mrs. McBrydo and A. McBrydo,
executors of the will of D. McBrydo,
i have withdrawn their appeal from
the orders allowing M. Wright tho
sum of $500 and H. A. Widomnnu
Thomas W. Rawlins has apnoalod
to tho Supremo Court from tlio doci
siou of Judge Cooper sustaining de
fendant's demurrer to his complaint
in equity against thu Honolulu Soap
The jury in tho case of H. F. Poor
yesterday ovening returned a verdict
of not guilty, throe dissenting.
Kahalopio was also acquitted of
assault and battery
This morning a cho fa gambling
caso against ivaulahao was tried uy ,
a native jury boforo Judgo Whiting. ;
Kahookauo appeared for defendant.
The jury retired at 11:40, and at
12:15 they sent out a request to bo I
furnished with a cho fa ticket iu ovi-
douce. After recess they returned
a verdict of guilty. j
A jury was drawn for an assault
case against Liha (v.), also defended
by Kahookauo, and tho trial began
after recess. Judge Whiting began
addressing tho jury at 3:15.
Judgo Coopor was to hear tho case
of Nawai, charged with assault with ,
a deadly weapon, in tho socond court-
room. C. W. Ashford for defendant. ,
Tho hearing had to bo postponed
. fill f r-tnrrv trwirnmrr Mvmrr in ill-
ability of counsol to attend.
Those who have not
used r.oschce's Ger
man Syrup for some
Sv'vcc and chronic
trou'dc of the Throat
and Luties can hard-
Iv appreciate what a truly wonder
ful medicine it is. The delicious
sensations of healing, easing, clear-
ing.streuglh-gaiheriiig and recover-
, - t c i i i i ir t
"wea. an iouowea ra ine gun oi
despair, wnere mere s me sicKeinng
conviction that all is over and the
end is inevitable, there we place
German Syrup. It cures. You are
a live man yet if you take it.
H1TE GIRL WISHES SITUATION
YV as Cook or us General Help; had
WATER COLOR OK CAPE BE
Verde Inlands is missing from tbo
salo of Mr. It. C. Biirnlield'n Collection at
thu Auction Saturday, the fith August.
Any per.-ou having possession of thu same
will kind I V communicate with
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE WAI
manai.o SuciAii Company aro hereby
notified that a Meeting, to consider tlio
iiiestion of Agcnuv, will bo held at the
ofllco of Messrs. Bruce and A. J. Cart
wright at 2 o'clock v m. on KBIDA Y, Aug
ust 11th. J. A. CUMMINS,
Honolulu, August 9, 1803. 7!W-2t
FOR SALE !
South Soa Maud Courts
SUITABLE FOB PLANTING.
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT,
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO,
. ., , n-
Mnonps'tt HjinftV i()K Nllll'P
'J JilUlol 1 UlllM UUUUOUIUIC
Noxt door to tho Pulnco Ice Cream Parlors
HAS JUST HEC'fclVUU
Beautiful Silk for Ladies' Dresses
IN SILK AND COTTON;
EMBROIDERED v SILK PARASOLS,
0AIUJ AND NOTE OASES,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
lias Resumed Practice at No, 49 Bere
OFFICE HOUIISi-HtoflA. m., 1 to 3 unci
7 to IS i', M.
Both Toloplioiios No. 330,
1 kind) of Oamwtroiul Printing
I promptly execute at law rule at tht
ffiiwaliau HarflwarB Go., L'Q
Saturday, Aug. 6, 1803.
"If you want water at nighf
catch it In the daytime," says
Brown. And if you want it
day or night buy an Aermotor
Several of the plantations
will begin grinding cane in a
few weeks and probably the
manaeers will feel the neces-
stty for some new belting.
I'or some reason "Helvetia
. , . , , c
seems to be in demand lor
Cl,ntrifugals, and for the same
reason we have it in stock for
anyone who asks for it. In
quality it is the best.
Tir u.. :t r. r t-i
We have fr a reliable
source that hornecl toads are
to be imported from the sunny
I clime of Texas for the purpose
of ridding the Islands of the
blight. Just what will be re
quired a few years hence to
free the houses and lawns of
the toads is not stated.
Horned Toads are great pets
in Texas where they are some
what domesticated. In some
countries ladies frequently
take their toads with them
. . ...
j when they go calling; we may
have the same fad here in an
other six months, but in the
meantime if you want to have
your trees and hedges look
green and healthy leave an
order with us for a tin of in
secticide and a Lewis Combi
nation Spray Pump and use it.
Our stock of Bird Cases
came just in time to provide
homes for a number of birds
from China. The selection we
i made this time seemed to be
satisfactory to the people
judging from the way we have
sold them during the past
week. We have them in solid
brass or painted for single or
married birds, and with all
i We would like your atten-
i tion for a little while on our
stack of Brass Chandeliers
with metal or glass founts for
, two, three or four lights.
These goods are manifestly
, the best of the kind, both in
style and finish, ever sold
here and we offer them to you
a shade cheaper than you paid
for the last one. This reduc-
tion does not last indefinitely;
if you want one, take this op-
portunity to get it,
we have not
mentioned in this column for a
long time, probably because
in good times they sold them-1
selves. Jinamei Letters and
mbers for gates, houses or j
windows. You can see
them in every street in town,
Kilt- nnh nn tmorir lirtticA r
wnnt in mi Aon, tUnra o,-,rl
want to put tnem tnere and
that's Why We mention it. The
t, ., , ...
young gentleman with the silk
hat who undertook to number
il, l-i,0 1 1 . ...,
11 iin;M.j tutu iivuhlo Ltiv hi;
!f J"b en he was h.a!f.F0R YOKOHAMA!
UHUUM, 1 VIII V-tlll lJ VJII Willi '
it yourself by the use of these '
numbers and letters; they are i
cheap enough and you can
put them on without the as
sistance of anyone. The other :
article that has escaped notice I
is the genuine Cocoanut Fibre
Hammock; strong enough to
hold two people, a very essen
tial point in buying a ham
Hawaiiuu Hardware Co., L'd
Oppoultu Hpreukulu' lllook,
By Iiowln J. Xiovoy.
NOT10B IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
In accordance with tlio law in such
on9B mado and provided, I will cause to bo
Hold tho Hon
vohold Furniture, etc., of Ma- '
kolo taken by
mo Iu dUtraiuliiu for rent,
I Singer Sewing Machine, 1 Gultnr, 1
Clock. 4 Post Bedstead. 2 Mattrostes. Mir
ror and rioturcs, Sundry Lot Clothing,
Bald salo will tako plnco at tho Auction
Salesrooms of Lewis ,T. Lcvoy, corner of
Kort and Qiieon streets,
On SATURDAY, Aug. 19,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
703-lBt M. CAVALHO.
NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
In accordance with tho law In such
case made and provided, I will ciuio to bo
sold the Hnnsuhold Furniture, etc., of
Antone lllcardo taken by mo In distrain
ing for rent, to wit:
1 4-Post Bedstead, 1 Mattrass, 2 Chairs, 1
Hooker, 1 Bureau, 2 Pillows and Bound
Said salo will tnko place at the Auction
Sales Booms of Lewis J. Lovey, corner of
Fort and Queon streets,
On SATURDAY, Aug. 2G,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
790-15t JACINTH BAFAEL.
H. HiCKFELD (I CO.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED
BOTTLED BY THE
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n,
AND POR THE -
BOTTLED BY THE
Jos. Schlitz's Brewing Gomp'y,
OFFER THE SAME
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE A J STEAMSHIP
' ' AUSTRALIA ' '
WIL-Ij LEAVE HONOLULU
FOR THE AI10VK TOUT OS
Wednesday, Aug. 16th,
! Tho undersigned aro now prepared to
,S9U0 Through Tickets from thia city to all
joints in the United states.
' For further particulars regarding Freight
I or Passago apply to
! Wm- G-Irwin & Co- Ltd-
' 7l-0t Oenornl ApintK.
FINE GEUMAN BTEAMEIt
o l. a r. j.
DUE HERE 6H0HTLY
Will bo Dospatchcd for tho ubuvo Port on
S;pt. S, 1893,
tW For further particulars regarding
Pustule mid Krulijlit, apply to
K. OCJURA & CO.,
7l-tl Hotel Bt Itoliliimiii lllook.
Daily bulletin, f0 cnti o month,
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oomer Ifort & Hotel Stroeta,
I AM NOW
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
S. EJ EE 3R. Ij I O EC ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, E I.
tsT "WE SHJ3STID OTJT "&a
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Cases I
160 Dozen I
1920 . ZEPeiolszeiges I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SPS "PV-j-rt. SKroot,
iiiw buniniBr iMBCicw63r
100 DOZ. FOUNIl-HandS
loo Dm. Fonp-ln-Hanto
H. 3. TRE6L0AN k SON.
Honolulu, H. I.
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