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OOATi EXPLOSIONS ON SHIPS.
Forhnps Iho theory of a dynnmito
bomb placed in tlio coal tnino by
wnrrinR union or non-union minors
has boon too hastily Arrived at, in
accounting for tho explosion in tho
coal cargo of tho Pacific Mail steam
er Barraeouta. A correspondent of
a Syduoy paper, writing with rofor
onoo to tho recent oxplosiou on
Tliurn nr .,i,-,iit- mil tlirn, m.Mi ! board tho Anro in Svtlnov harbor.
of any standing in Honolulu who ' quotes from a book on explosions of
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Enlablished for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 181)3.
Mon of Exporlonco Bolng Taken Back
to Public Sorvico.
echo tho inauo chucklo of tho Star
over tho retirement of Dr. Trousseau
Irom tho position of Fort Physician.
It sooins it was tho Board of Health
that kept back its own side of tho
correspondence with Dr. Troussoau,
and tho Advortisor was not to blame
for publishing only what was pre
this character, in winch it is shown
that "Marsh gas, or fire damp, exists
in tho pores or cells of the coal in a
stato.moro or less comprosscd, from
which it is disengaged when the
I surface of tho coal is cut or frac
tured. From coal freshly brought
to tho surface this gas in somo in
stances continues to como oil in
Y. M. 0 A. MONTHLY MEETING.
Roport of tho Gcmoral Socrotary
Boys1 Branch Projoctod.
Thoro was a fair attondauco at tho ' Cantain LnrRnn. whom I ho rhiir of
monthly mooting of the Young dictators kopt out of a regular police
Men's Christian Association last commission booauso ho had served
evening. L'rosulont ldploy presuieu. untlor Marshal Wilson as under Mar-
Tho General Secretary's report is as shal Sopor previously has been ap-
follows: J pointed head of tho now detectivo
Tho work of tho past month has i branch, whoso formation was first
been quiet on account, of many ut
Bontod to tho mooting. Tho sub- considerable quautitios. Explosions
mission of only one side of official
oorrospondouco to a public body is
an act for which tho Board of Health
can claim all tho credit of novolty.
It appears by tho Star that its
editor doe3 not own the rovolver
found in a tramcar tho othor day,
the weapon being tho property of
his Japaueso servant. Wo are glad
to know that tho editor adheres to
tho journalism of tho old school,
which relies on a club for reply to
tho man who asks too demonstra
tively, "Who put that in tho paper!"
This paper does not send a re
porter to the Board of Health's
weekly meeting because the meeting
takes place at tho hour tho paper to 10 volumes of air tho force exert
goes to press, so that the report
cannot be published the same day
havo frequently taken placo in tho
holds of ships during the operation
of loading, in consequonco of tho
gas being liberated from the colls in
which it was imprisoned by the
breakago of tho coal in its fall into
tho hold, and coming in contact
with light improperly placed." The
author statos thai explosions from
1 this cause aro liablo to tako placo
without the aid of light, tho contact
of Marsh gas with air being suffi
cient to croato tho result. Ho goes
on to say:
I Ono volumo of Marsh gas mixed
i with two volumes of pure oxygen
will explode, and that tho calculated
force exerted is -HjUIo. per square
inch. In ono volume of Marsh gas
There has been no necessity for
a reporter's presence at tho meet
ings, a3 a rule, owing to the courte
ous readiness of the Board of
ficials to give information of the
proceedings afterward. It is only
lately, besides, that the meetings
have been open to tho press.
A SHAMEFUL SNEER.
Tho little soul who edits
Friend is unablo to riso above the
bitterness of political animosity.
Because President Cleveland is re-
. .mt I 1M
ea is ziuio. per square men. w iieu
i tho relative properties of tho air
j with tho Marsh gas exceeds 10 vol
I umes tho explosive force becomes
! weaker and reduces tho power with
i each additional volume of air pres- I
ent until tho proportion roaches 18 '
i olumes of air to ono of Marsh gas,
, when tho mixture will no longer ex- j
plode, but on tho contrary will burn
I quietly. Again, wnen tuo propor
1 tion of tho Marsh gas is greater than
j one volume to 10 of air tho explosive
force is also lessened until at ono
' volumo of Marsh gas to five volumes
' of air tho mixture will no louerer ex
plode, but will extinguish a lighted
taper or caudle placed in it. Tho
the niombors being away on their
vacation. Tho religious work has
been encouraging. The work at
Ifothol Hall has continued steadily,
ami tho meeting thoro on Saturday
night usually contains quite a num
ber of natives, and the committee iu
olnrge have bi'on scouring speakers
who address the natives in their own
language. The special committee
appointed at your August meeting
to tako up the work among boys
havo mot and considered tho subject,
and their deliberations will bo pre
sented to you this evening. Tho
books for the boys' library havo been
ordered and will arrive in tho course
of tho following month. The month
ly temporauco concert continues with
fair success. A social on behalf of
the sailors of tho American war ves
sels was all that could bo desired.
Arrangements aro being made for a
concert to tho members of tho Asso
ciation, to tako placo onco a mouth
during tho winter. Wo are also
planning tho commencement of edu
cational classos for the young men
of the city. Tho first of these will
commence in October, and wo hope
to bo able to arrauge for tho other
classes later on. Besidos visiting, a
number of members havo mot and
counselled with 13 young men out
of oinployuiout aud secured a place
for one of tho number. Havo writ
ten 17 letters aud 129 postals. Wo
gratefully acknowledge the present
ation of a typewriter by Messrs.
Ca-Ulo it Cooke. Tho whole respout
David W. ConnnTT,
Tho Treasurer, Mr. E. A. Jones,
presented the fin mcial statement
lor July and August as follows:
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'i
Saturday, Sept. 2, 189S.
mentioned in this naner.
Carl Willing, who dofended tho
Government iu front of tho Pnlaco
with his gun in 1889, aud who stood
in with tho revolution of January
last, only to bo forced out ot his
position of many yoara' tenuro in
chnrgo of tho Govornmont Nursory
later, has been appointed n special
officer to guard tho steeping people
of tho plnins from burglars.
G. W. Lauglej, who took n mili
tary captain's part in tho revolution
of 1887 aud served iu tho Custom
House for years, to bo dismissed by
tho P. G. authorities because ho was
thought to bo indifferent to tho
"causo," and his placo was wanted
for ono of tho ring aforesaid, has
been appointed a captain of tho city
For a lame back or for a pain in
the sido or chest, try saturating a
piece of flnnnol with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and binding it onto tho
affectod parts. This treatment will
euro any ordinary caso iu ono or two
days. Pain Balm also cures rheum
atism. 50 cont bottles for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
atrento for thn Hawaiian fclanrU
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Balance on hand July 0'. .
H v cnli collection Julv luiai-
iiufa ineeliiiK $ SCO
Uy cash collection Aug. busi
ness meeting 0 80
Hy cash subscriptions
Hy cash Membership lees .
escape oi una B.is iium luo km la r o;llarie, of beorotary alld
therefore greatest when first placed i janitor $1."0 00
ported as not favoring the scheme t on board the ship; with any severe ' Travelling expense"... vio 00
for annexing this Kingdom to tho :"',., .. .., . . 1..j. ,., I so. itud 3 15
AUCTION SALE OF
Boys' and Men's Clothing, Etc., Etc.
United Statos, tho editor of tho
Friend says: "President Dolo is
taking a little vacation, in order to
recuperate, although not like Presi
dent Cleveland, absenting himself
from any critical juncture of affairs
at tho seat of government."
Tho Illustrated American says of
tho American President: '"It is the
hope and prayer of the nation that
the recent reports regarding the
state of President Cleveland's health
do not accurately describe his physi
cal condition. The country cannot
afford to lose tho services of this
peer of Washington and Lincoln in
such critical times as these. He is
tho one man of tho gonoration fitted
to cope with the enemies of tho Re
public both within and without his
Shame, reverend (J) editor of the
times liberated in considerable quan
tities through the attrition of coal
iu the hold.
Tho Sydney Telegraph contains
the followiug remarks:
At tho time of tho Argo explosion
considerable comment and surprise
was expressed that it should havo
taken place so shortly after loading,
but from tho work referred to it is
seen that explosions have taken
place on board vessels loading Car
diff coal on tho same day viz., that
on the Caducous on Juuo 26, 1878
aud that explosions havo frequently
taken placo from ono to three days
after, ono explosion as lato as 13
days later, and amongst the.iu
1 stances mentioned aro two explosions
on board British men-of-war, one of
which, tho Doteral, sank; the other
took placo on board tho Triumph, a
vessel of GtilO tons.
Library account for books.
Uenerul expense account...
Balance cull on hand.
111 SU $(!99 SI
t -JO !)1
The National Band.
In all probability the Hawaiian
National Baud will go to tho World's
Fair at Chicago. Mr. G. C. Beck-
I ley mot tho bandboys yesterday
afternoon, aud unfolded to them the
proposition of tho Kilauea Cj'elo
i rama which was in effect as pub
i lished in yesterday's Bulletin. One
A WASTEFUL BEGUME.
When the Provisional Government
has been in power eight months, it
will havo spent a round $125,000 or
its own maintenance, outside of sala , fourth of the cross receipts wore to
ries to its members and officials cor- ; bo given them after their expenses
responding to those under the
monarchy, which are paid under the
regular appropriations. This is at
the rato of $375,000 for the biennia.
poriod. The appropriations by the
last Legislature for the Civil List
Permanent Settlements, and Legis
lature and Privy Council, for tho bi
enuial period, only amount to $103,
849 or less than the P. G. has al
ready squandered on itself in los.
than eight months. And, if to thih
aggrogate of the ontiro expenses
provided for the mouarchy, pen
sions and popular legislature be
added the $50,000 appropriated foi-
are all paid. Tina tuo .Nationals
would not agreo to, as there was a
chance of the ouo-fourth gross re
ceipts being swallowed up in ex
penses, and they would get loft. Mr.
Aylett stated to Mr. Beckley that
ho would see his lawyer first. His
lawyer, Mr. Ilosa, is attending Cir
cuit Court on Kauai, and will pro
bably bo homo Sunday.
A meeting of tho shareholders of
1 tho Waimanalo Sugar Plantation
was held in tho office of Bruce & A.
i J. Cart wright at 9 o'clock this tnoru-
ing. After some preliminary discus
i siou the matter of electing officers
' for tho ensuing term came up, aud
the Queen's Guard, the sum will bo ' resulted in tho cnoico of tlio lollow
i i. t. i.-ui ,.,. ..r . ing gentlemen:
1, i . rX f9 ui -j -Ai C1nminS) President.
mo j. rovjsiuum vjruvuruiuuui ul uiu
end of nine months. This shows iu
a striking light tho quality of econo
mical govornmont the country is
getting from tho revolutionary
junta. When to this startling
comparison is added tho fact
that never bofore has thoro been
such extravaganco of expenditure
in some branches, tho public must
bo possessed of wonder how much
of such marvelous economy the
country cau stand. In different
departments, most of all in that of
tho Attorney-General, certain of the
appropriations of the people's logib
lature wero long sinco run through,
and now appropriations have been
voted again aud again by the irret--
J. A. Hopper, Vice-President.
W. G. Irwin, Treasurer.
C. Bolte, Secretary.
Bruco Cartwright, Auditor.
Following is the report on tho
boys' branch referred to by tho Gen
The connnateo appointed at your
last monthly meeting, on August 3d,
beg to report having met, aud, after
deliberation, would suggest the for
mation of a boys' branch, and that
tho following article be added to tho
by-laws of the association:
Suction 1. Tho management of
tho junior department shall be vest
ed in a committee to b) nominated
by the president, and appointed by
tho board of directors. Tho presi
dent also shall name the chairman.
Sue. 2. Membership Any boy be
tween tho ago of eleven (11) aud
seventeen (17) may become an asso
ciate member of tho junior depart
ment upon furnishing satisfactory
references as to character, and pay
ing to the treasurer of tho associa
tion tho sum of one dollar per an
num in advance. If tho applicant
is a member ia good standing of a
Protestant Evangelical church his
, name may bo submitted to tho com
mitleo of membership of tho asso-
ciation for olection to activo mem
' bership in the department. Only
i activo members shall bu eligible to
i appointment on tho managing coin
I Sec. 3. At tho first meeting of
1 this committee they shall elect a
secretary and appoint tho following
sub-committees: Tho membership,
! tho religious work committee, tho
i reception aud entertainment com-
mittee, the library committee, the
I outing committee, and, with tho
' consent of tho board of directors,
such other sub-committees as may
bo deemed necessary.
; Sec. '1. This committee shall seo
that no expenses are incurred by
this department in excess of any ap
propriation which shall bo made by
tho board of directors, and shall bee
I hat no funds aro solicited without
tho approval of tho board.
Sec. o. Tho committee shall also
have power to make and on force
rules for tho conduct of members
I and visitors to their rooms, and may
i suspend any member of tho depart
ment, who, in tneir juuginent, is a
TO-MORROW, Sept, 9th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX,
AT MY SALESROOM, QUEEN ST.,
I trill sell at Public Auction a Choice
Lot of Uenily-ina'le nothing,
Boys' and Youths' Tweed Suits
MEN'S TWEED SUITS.
I.lnPn Suits. Poritee Coat,
Ollice ('0Hf. .Mens ami Youths' Coats,
Men's and Youths' 1'antaloons,
Undershirts, Shoes, Etc.
AUCTION EE It.
Horses & Carriiw !
Crime . .
ponsiblo Councils. This sort of I Mullim
administration is highly dishonest
whatever tho destiny of the country
is to bo. If the islands aro to be
annexed to tho Uuitod States, the
iucreaso of public debt in the mean
time is an imposition on that coun
try. On tho othor hand, if tho isl
ands are to have self-government,
oithor under a protectorate or other
wise, tho rato at which tho Provi
sional Govornmont is piling up
financial burdens for the shoulder
of tho people is uupardonably criminal.
NothinK of further importance
was transacted at tho meotinc, but i detriment to tho doiiartineiit.
another ono will bo called iu a day 1 $vc, , This committee shall pro-
j hont a written report at each month
ly meeting of the board of directors,
I with the exception of tho summer
j vacation, and shall present an an
i nual roport immediately aftor March
Sec. 7. Tho president and tho
general secretary of 'the association
i shall be members cx-otlicio of all
I committees of the depart inunt.
Membership in tho junior dopart
I ment entitles to the use of boys'
, room, when opened; the circulating
library and literature; attendance at
j tho boy's entertainment and lect-
mo., ami participation in tho out-
Tho fourth gamo in tho Amateur
Baseball Leaguo series will tako
placo at 3:30 o'clock to-morrow after
noon. The Myrtles aud Hoalanis
will bo tho contesting teams, aud
the mako-up is as follows:
On SATURDAY, Sept. 9,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
AT THE CLUB STABLES, FORT STREET,
I WILL 8BLL AT PCI1MC AUCTION
14 Head of Horses
Broken to Saddle and Harness.
ttf The Hordes aro poM to make room
for a lot shortlj to rrive.
Also at the Fame time will be sold
i WAGONETTE, 2 BUGGIES,
1 BRAKE AND POLE (new),
3 Fair Sliafts.
Horses and Cnrrlacps can now be
seen at tho Club Stables.
Jas. F. Morgan,
rN FOIIT STltEET. A BUNCH OV
J Keys. Kinder nleano leave at this
MViu i j:.
Ktiluni . . .
lion land ..
Ki-awu . ...
Stuvun .. .
. . .C ..
. . . .3d l
.. cf .
. . . Mib IVter
. .. Hill;,, . ,1'uluhu
. . Dividson
. .. Jackson
Snonk i itljr.s ail(j other sports
Monthly Temperance Concert.
To-morrow evening (ho monthly
lemporanco toucrt of the Y. M. G.
A. will bo hold in tho hall, tho fol
lowing boing the program;
1 I'luno Duet.
illaius Honour and l'ariuclce.
i Itt-cltatlon . . Mr. W. II. Ash
rioni; with Klute iicciiiii)iinlint'iit.
.-iir. anil nr. wurrniur,
Heudiiu;. . Mlas Kliodos
Mandolin and Onltur.
Mujtrj, Ordttuy and Heniiesv.
AUiir (Jbltl Jutlliw J udd
Mr. II. J. Mayers, of Oakland, Md.,
says: ''I havo sold thirteen bottles
of Clinmbui Iain's Cough Itomody
to-day an l am literally sold out.
This is tho largest sale on record of
any one preparation in a day over
our counters. It gives Iho best sat-isfai-l
ion of any cough medicine wo
handle, and as a seller it loads all
other preparations on this mmkul."
For sale by all dealers, lieuson,
Smith fc Co., ngoutH for tho Hawai
77uj Daily Bulletin it delivered by
narrUr$ for 60 vnl p mouth.
NOTICE IS HEItKllY GIVEN THAT
vu have this day boujiht fioin l.nin
Why-, the retiring partner, Ills one-tenth
undivided sharo of iho Kwoiik Hiik Will
On,, rice plantation at lliinaiiuuiln, island
of Kiuitil. '1 he said Kuong Blnp Wai Co
(hall not bo liable for any jirivatti debts
contracted by the mild Mini Why prior to
or after date of Kilo.
KWONO BINQ WAI CO.
August 'a, 1MB
NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that the follow
ing described Animal will
he noli! at I'ltliliu Auction.
on SATURDAY, Bent. in. JLi.-Jl
lbl, at 1 2 o'uloid; noon, ut the Government
ruunn at .uii:ii;i:
1 Sorrel llorte with white i-pot on fore
head, three lugH white, branded ".lit" on
light hind leg, uUo "TO" on left hind h-,
tM Owner of the above Anluinl nuut
bond In lii4 elalm within 10 duyx, uthor
who It will he sold on the date above
named, JIM KUKO.NA,
Honolulu, Srpt. 7, 18'JJ. Wl-'it
The putting upon the mar
ket of an article superior to
anything in the same line ever
sold here means something to
the busy business man. When
we went into the ready mixed
paint line we didjlso with the
idea of giving the public a bet
ter article than it has been
used to seeing. What is the
result? Hendry's Ready
Mixed Paints are leading all
others; people who have been
averse to using prepared
paints are now ready and wil
ling to save fifty percent of the
cost of painting their houses
by using this paint. Then you
ask "How can they save so
much?" We'll tell you! Not
the least important item in the
profession of the painter is his
knowledge of mixing colors,
and there's a good many of
them in Honolulu who can put
the paint on as even as the
boards but who do not know
the first principle of mixing.
Very well then. A ten year
old boy can paint if the colors
are right. You can save the
wages of a high priced man
and employ one who never
tried to learn the knack of
mixing and you save twenty
five percent in wages. The
"Hendry Ready Mixed" will
cover twenty-five percent more
space than ordinary paints or
the average ready mixed arti
cle there's your other twenty
five percent. If you do your
own work you will save twenty
five percent more. Try it.
Tiie assurances we have re
ceived from the Water Works
department leads us to believe
that there will be sufficient
water from the Makiki wells
for people to take baths every
day. With a liberal supply of
water comes a demand for
bath tubs better than tin.
We have in stock several of
the sort largely adveitised in
the Century and other maga
zines. They are enamelled
on iron and are everlasting.
All the new homes have them
and there's no reason why
they should not be put in old
People who occasionally en
joy Hamburg steaks feel the
necessity for a really good
machine for chopping the
meat. We think, from reports
we have had from parties who
are using them that ours is
decidedly the best in the mar
ket. We have them in ena
mel or galvanized iron no
danger of rusting.
There's dust in the air and
its bound to get into the house
and on the furniture. Rub
bing with a cloth injures the
polish on fine articles, using a
feather duster removes it with
out damage get a feather
duster we sell them.
Three -plantations have
lately added to their machi
nery complete pumping plants
for irrigating cane land. Be
fore making the improvements
the managers thoroughly in
vestigated the cost of steam
pumps and windmills. A half
dozen makes of the latter were
in competition as to price .and
capacity and in each instance
the Aermotor carried off the
palm and is doing the work
for a tenth of the cost of
steam. The three plantation
managers referred to above
have simply fallen into line
with others as their necessities
required, there will be others
to follow suit and we believe
that within another year every
plantation on the islands will
have its Aermotor for irrigat
btroutl s Self-bastmg Pans
have made a decided hit in
w.i.3t I nonoiuiu society ana we nave
been obliged to order more of
them. We have a few of each
size left, possibly enough to
last until another lot arrives,
but take no chances if you
want something very good in
the way of kitchen utensils.
Oornsr Fort Bb KCotol Streets.
1 AM NOW OFFEKING AT
A FULL LINE OF
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Ohallies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn . at 65c. Piece.
ScotchZephyrs s Dress Ginghams
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
We Guarantee Every Package
osr "WE SEND OTJT "t&a
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OK
-40 Oases !
0 Dozen I
1920 Packages !
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN Oil CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SJ3 THort, 8t.reet. - - "ETonolvil-u., U.
ew Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
OppoultB Hproclcela1 Illouk,
307 FOUT STREET.
"Wortfci SO Oents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
Wortli 75 OerLts.
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON.