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SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1894.
Saturday, July U.
8 S Australia, Htmilletto, from San Fran
cisco Btmr Mokolll from Moloknl and Lanai
Btmr Waltnanalo from Koolait
From Son FrnnuUeo n. r 8 8 Australia
July 14 Mrs LC Alilni. clillil and nurse.
Mrs 0 U'Ciilg. Mrs J W M Canloza and
malt, 11 Center, Mrs C Dole, Mrn T S
Douglas, 0 A Doyle, W W nimoiid. Win
Esuln, Mrs films Forster. Mr T 11 Foster,
Mls O llnnillton, F A llusinor ami wife,
M V Holmes, Miss A K JiuM, Mrs Kny, d
A Martin, II 0 Mever., W W Noll, Ml-s V
Nolle, linn I'aul N.unmnn, J J nlater.lt
0 apaMliiK ntid wife, V 0 Wilder, Jr, J T
Wntcrljouso, Clins Turner.
For Ban Francisco per 1 M 8 8 lllit de
Janeiro, Julv U S Hiiversloiifl nucl 'J chil
dren, H A Yldnituti. .S.iuincl I'ntkiT, J
A Cummins, Major Seward, M W W 011
bert, and A steerage
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Francisco, July 7.
tl'er S. 8. Australia. J
and toughs havo been employed lo j UNITED STATES.
St trnS!t8nr St ' The tariff bill has Ircen referred to
Rrfci'Stta: mS; sitje w
Sldlid8tOWtll0P0nalty Col. F.H. Mojors, chairman of
oi tuo laws. ,ii.. t i.i! ui.i p....i..i p......
1 iuu iiuiuuiii:aii uiniu viinfii sum
The birk Loahi arrlvd at San FmiicIto
Jnlv I ."dihiis from Knlm lilt.
Tho steamer Mlknlm'n will rcnnip her
route alter huioujth repair, nextTiicsilny.
l'rolectcd departure!" from S.tn Francisco
UkHl' Hitlu-t. July 7; Inctno 8 N lav
tl, July 0; liktuu lriu)(iird, July Ti 8 S
Mnrltoj, July '2t), for Honolulu j bk Annie
Johnnie, July 10, for I II lo.
The P. 8 Australia, it. C. lloildlotte,
C.minamlor, left Sa-i l'r.tnclsco, July 7.
l.Stl, ntl'p iu with :il cabin and 117 teer
oite ii.ivcii'-rs, mid 17 lia;i of in ill. Ex
perience! lino weather throughout the
voyage and arrived at Honolulu July It,
t iiOn, in.
LOUAL AND UiCtfK&AL NKWs
Cricket match this nfteruoon.
Paul Neumann was a passenger by
Tho Crescuuts and Kamchamehns
will play ball this afternoon.
Orstur cocktails at tho Kmmrc
front fresh slock pur Australia.
Mr. U.H7 Fairer will lead tho Y.
51. 0. A. meeting to-morrow night
Sixty-seven steoragu passengers
were brought by tho S. S. Australia.
Chester Atithouy Doyle is with us
strain, and his uiauy friontls aro
There is now a postal money order
arrangement letweou Hawaii and
Tho Criterion soils two schooners
of Wiolaud ultra palo lagor boor for
Dou't fail to soo tho World's Fair
Boys at St. Louis College ou Mon
The S. F. Printers' Uuido says it
is rumored that one of the Sprockets
will purchaso tho Call.
Purser McComho still occupies
tho pursorship of tho S. S. Australia.
Thanks, Mac, for news favors.
Miss Frcdorikn Nolto cauiu home
by tho Australia to-day foi a va
cation. Tho popular young vocalist
Rev. Mr. Garvin will continue hit
Bible lectures at tho Young Muti's
Christian Association rooms ou Sun
day afternuou at ih'M.
On and after Saturday tho Tram
ways omnibus at N'uuauu valley will
ruu into tuwu iustead of stopping
at tint tramway terminus.
Tho Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet this Saturday even
ing at I ho residence of Mr. W. W.
Hall, Niiuauu street, at 7:30.
As soon as tho Charleston arrives
at Maro Island she will bo hurried
into tho dock for necessary repairs
before coming to Honolulu to relieve
By tho Australia James Dodd re
ceived at the Pantheon Saloou n lo
of Enterprise beer, beiug the largest
shipment of beer over brought to
ouo house in Honolulu. This large
supply was necessitated by tiio
popular demand for tho Enterprise.
VABT BAILWAY STRIKE.
Bloodshed in Chicago Troops Out
The goneral strike of tho Atnor
Icau Hallway Union against tho haul
ing of Pullman ear?, ou account of,n
strike ol the Pulluiau (Jar Compa
ny's employees, has now ouveloped
nil tho principal Hues in the United
States. Some idea ot the situation
generally may bo had from tho fol
lowing Introductory sutumnry pre
ceding pages of slriko news in tho
San Francisco Call:
"Until there is a settlement of tho
strike in sumo sort in tho East it will
bo practically impossible to break
tho steel bauds which have been
thrown about trallic in California.
Chicago is tho storm center now.
Whatever is dono tliero will bo felt
to the uttermost points nf the coun
try, and it i to make a break there
that tuo ellorts ol the authorities
will b'i concentrated. Mr. Oluey is
credited with saying that General
Miles was too clriry of tho uo of
bullets and baronets in dealing with
the rioters on Thursday. Mr. Olnuy
has a bloody mind, but it is pie.
Unliable whether he binm-lf would
have acted with thosaiuolovel-he.id-ed
coolness which characterized the
conduct of tho humblest regular sol
dier in tho ranks nt t lie critical time.
Mr. Oluoy's sympathies aro keeu,
but they tiro perverted.
"All that aside, tho situation be
came more grave at Chicago yester
day, and it Is hourly becoming more
grave. Blood has been spilled at
ready. How much more blood will
be spilled no man cau tell, for the
strikers aro in no humor for peace,
notwithstanding the peace procla
mation ol bugono V. DhIm. i he
men do not sco the ju-tico of the
Maud taken by tho administration
at Washington in tho aiiinptimi
that all of tho law in on the side of
tho railroad companies and none on
tho side of the A. it U. Added to
this is tho threat of the adtborsof
tho President lo declare martial law
and throw tho militia of Now York
into Chicago measures never re
sorted to save in time of war. It is
true the statement is made that
Governor Altgeld will be given n
chance to sco what he can do, but
behind that statement is the darker
threat. When President Cleveland
does this, if ho doo it, tho country
will be in state of ciil vtar.
"Locally, there is nochauuo in the
situation. Tho Southern Paciiic is
blocked at Oakluml, at Sacramento
and at Lot Angeles. San Francisco
has expressed her sympithy with
tho Mrikeri', and a company of milli
tia Ins been hout to open up the
mitteo of California and director
and chief patron of tho California
Railway, died July 0. He was agod
fil years and a nativo of Germany.
Tho Canadian Pacific linn from
London, Out., to Chicago has been
released from an embargo on drop
ping Pullman cars from its service
In tho House of Representatives a
cablegram from tuo JJraziIiau Chain
ing people that the gravity ot me
situation had not been appreciated
by the authorities or tho people at
large. Porsons who were iu Chicago
at tho riots of 1877, and saw Mm air
clear when eighty votorau soldiers
marched down Madisou strcot and
camped on the lake front, wngged
their heads knowingly when tlirico
that number, comprising thrco arms
of the service, were ordered from
Fort Sheridan, and said these forces
woultl make short work of Dobs
Tho developments of tho past
niuht and dav havo led to tho linn
conviction that nothing short of an effect August 1, l.S'.U,
FIUOHTFtJL ntOTS IN CHICAOO.
Six dead and an indefinite nttmbor
injured is tho record of casualties in
tho striko conflicts in Chicago yes
terday. Tho previous day ouo man
was shot in the leg. If the blood
letting to-day shall show like in
crease tho Coroner will havo a sum
mer's work boforo him.
Tho developments of tho past two ber of Deputios was read, cougralu
nays went lar to convinco an iiiiuk- lating Congress on tho anniversary
of American independence and on
tho now tariff bill. It caused Demo
Another firo on tho World's Fair
grounds, nth iust., left only six
buildings of tho Whito City stand
ing. Sabino ran eleven furlongs at Chi-
nniHi ill 0.1 lioitlll.c lli.l tunrtll'
Tho tariff bill, after being debated
for thrco months and ono day.
passed the Senate ou the 2d iust.,
by 3D to 31. Hill spoke bittorly
ngaiust tho measure and voted with
tho Kepublicaus. The bill will take
O! the Agony
Of Those who GufTor from
Bo0&' SarKaparllta Purlftet,
Boethet, Heals, CUlll'.S.
Headquarters for White Goods
TNT. S. SACHS'
overwhelming armed forco, with
instructions to shoot to kill, cau set
tle the trouble, or, as Colonel Croft
ton put it, "It has ceased to bo a
more movement oi troops, and lias
become a campaign." Tho local
and Statu authorities havo awakened
to the critical gravity of tho situa
tion, which is directing tho nation
generally, and Chicago particularly,
ami aro takiuu measures lo afford
ndequato protection. Tho police
A Jurv iu Chicairo uronounced
Prondcrgast, the murderer of Mayor
Harrison, ''not insane nor a lunatic."
Tho Senate Naval Commit too has
given California a black eyo by
knocking out tho appropriation of
$2ou.lHK for a modern battery aud
now) machinery for the Hartford.
Seuafor While hopes to get tho
niuuaiu iiauK in i we uiii.
an Aticm' iionnon.
fore!, has already boon recruited ud! n ;,n,M U"tloy and ulno men.
to ovor3000 men, and at tho ro.uof ' "' missiiiK from tho wrecked
of Mayor Hopkins aud by ordo'of w, ' 1 1 '-'' "" v on.ro
Govoruor Altgeld two brigades of cued at brought to San I raucisco.
Statu militia liavo been orlUod to "i " died of exposure out of
Chicago to help iu quelling tho dls- tlm captains party wnlloou an is -lurhaiico
i Captain Huntley with a boat's
At tho national capital n!o tho ' crew of five men weul lo Oonalaska,
t... i :...i . i.J. . i..i iirnrn . aud Rot tho cutter Bear to como
iug conditions aro entirely out of and tuko th survivors off. Tho at-
tho ordinary, and that provision ""' rly m shed, hav ng
miMtbo madoforBUchnnti'borof o sustaining life by eating tho
lighting men as never has b,H n "' ' . shipmatos, whoso
in tho history of this nation iJ tlme? they had exhumwl for tho
of neaco if tho dignity of tho UuituM
Stales and procesess of its courts
aro not to bo laughed lo scor" "r
an indefinite time.
The striko infection is widespwd
and so menacing at many poAds
that the President and his advisort
believe it would bo uuwiso to with-,
ilraw any more regular troops from
the country west of Chicago. It is
therefore in contemplation, should
tho forces, Federal aud municipal,
already ou tho ground bo unequal
to the task of keeping order, to send
ou tho companies stationed on tho
Canadian bonier in the State of Now
York, with tho intention, if circum
stances demand, of exercising his
right to call for 20,000 men from tho
crack militia regiments ot Now York
Tho dav has been ouo of constant
alarm and calls for police, deputy
marshals ami soldiers hero and
Ur. T. r. John ton
Ban Joif , Cii
"IhsT for many yens been a CTMt sufffrer
rroMSCIlorUf.Atireal.tng nut on my arms
and ItRS i they were roTcred with eruption and
lores, dlwkarclas all llir lime. I tried very
many medicines and ronsulled t'liyilclaus lar
and near, but cmMnnllr rrir worif, t
hate taken but thrco bottles of Hood's Banana-
Hood's ;- Gores
rllts for rhMinatlm, and has derived so much
benefit fiotn It that tho lUvl.itcs thtro It no
other meilltlno on cat Hi. Wo would not (
without It hi the liouv it emts f it n Inttte.'
T. Vam cv Joiinsov, Run Joie, Cat.
N. It. Re sure tn net Ilon-I's SiriaparlllA.
Hootl'o Pills net easily. )et tiroiniitly and
tQclciitlr, on the llrer and buiveu. 'iZa.
HOUIION, NKWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Immense Assortment 1 Lowest Prices I
XAINRDOKH In Plain, Striped, Checks and 1'lalda.
Persiao Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL. (1KADKH AND PlttOKR.
IMMITIKS In (Striped, Checko, 1'lnlds and Hair l.itir.
INDIA LINONS. BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPKS.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITK, (MIKAM AND KiKU
IMMKNBK VAUIKTV OF
WHITE .". C3-OOIDS
AN KSlll.KHB VAKIKTY OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMUUOlllRKY KIKIINOH In Swiss. Nalnook and HainiMirs. In
AD Width with Intertill In Match.
All-ofOT Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Demi Flunncn.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths
Summer Dress Goods
coast lino at San Joo. Tho end N j everywhere through a wide stretch
a matter of tho merest conjecture
So far a can be seen it is no nearer
than when tho strike benau."
Tin: ii:ni:uh attoiisi:-ui..i .i.u th.ks.
Atloruey-Goneral Olney, refrriug
to n letter from (louirnor Altgeld of
of territory iu tho southern part of
llm city. Idol lias Dcen running
rampant throughout the day, cart
havo ieeu overturned, switches
broken and trunk ohntructod iu
numerous way; the torch lias been
of Illinois to the Pro.-idoiit, said: applied iu numerous instances to
It gives ouo a sense of both cool
nuss and cleanliness to ovoti read
about tho bathroom outfits that the
Hawaiiau Hardware Co. is furnish
ing. Housewives will feel rested,
albu, ou perusing the account of tho
superior merits of tho Wurthoim
Last evening au informal hop was
given at Iteinond Grove. About 75
couples participated. The affair was
under tho direction nf Mr. Walter
Dillingham aud Mr. Kluegel, aud
much credit is due these gentlemen.
Space prevents giving the uames,
but ilu olito of Honolulu was more
than well represented.
At the mandolin musienle tin
Tuesday evening, Prof. Adelt-teiu
will perforin a lute solo, Schubert's
Serenade, ami will accompany Mr-.
Warriner with tho same instrument.
Tho lute has nevor been heard iu
Honolulu. Prof. Adolstein has
brought this instrument from Na
ples. It has the deep, rich, reouaul
touo of tho cello, aud will be ouo of
the principal feature of the program,
There will also bo another beautiful
number, a quartot for lute, violin,
cello aud piano,
It Miikim Good Material (or Side
walks as May bo Seun.
The Bidowalk on tho liwa side of
Nuuauu htreet between Pauahi aud
Beriitania streets is iu excellent con
dition. C. B. Dwight, authorized
by tho ugeuts of tho Hiahup estate,
has laid u sidewalk of curbing and
blocks all of Hawaiian stone taken
from the quarry near tho Kaiuehn
muha schools. The work is neatly
liuithod, as all who puss that way
can note, Tho Hawaiiau stone
makes a lino walk properly laid, ami
it would repay properly owuurs to
procure this material for their side
walks instead of sending their money
out of the country, to Chinu for iu-itaucu.
i ''The soil of Illinois is (lib soil of the
United States. The paramount duly
oi the rroMiiuutoi the Lulled Mate.
is to hoo that the laws of tho United
States am faithfully executed, ami
iu tho dUclmrgo of that duly ho is
not hampered or crippledby con
sulting any Chief of Police. Mayor
or even Governor. Nothing ha
beou done aud nothing ordered
which the most captious criticism
cau condemn as au invasion (if Stale
. The Attorney-General further said
that the fact that the riotous de
monstration continue only sliows
that tho conduct of the troops iu
not responding with ball and bayo
net was of a tno-t forbearing char
acter. lir.Ol'I.WI ARMY INM'ITIL'ICN'T.
Ouo rentill of tho big strike has
been to show iu n startling manner
the inadequacy of tho United State.
regular army, which has been re.
duced to a mere skeleton. At pre
20,(KhJ men aro expected to police
I lie whole country. General Scho-
Held has ben obliged to exercise
cars, switch-towers mid the like, not
to mention an attempt to lire a part
of I lie great Armour packing plant
Iu fact, at ouo time the incendiary
blaz.is followed each other iu such
quick ucco!iou that tho Fito De
partment was put In straits to care
for all of them. To add to tho grav
ity it win found that the strikers
were interfering with the police ami
lire alarm telegraphic higiials, and
iu ono or two instances police who
wore using tho police telephone
calls were Mound.
The trick of scaring a crow from
a train, ruuuiiig the ongiiio up the
track, opening up the throttle and
letting it ruu back full lilt ou tho
standing track was n neat ono of a
character likely to be imitated.
I'ho stoning of incoming tr tins was
common pastime with the mob',
aud hovoral persons went more or
less injured by Hying missiles. Ouo
engineer on a Hock Inland train was
so badly injured that it was at first
thought ho had been killed.
The nssaults of tho mobs, however,
were not met wiin tuo iiasivo re
great ingenuity, and is posting ir Uistnuco which characterized tin
his Hindi forces so as to make ouo
uiau sullicu for twenty, ntid to-day it
ivould be dilllcull to transfer a
biuglo command iu the West with
out exposing the gieat truns-couti-uoutnl
lines to indefinite interrup
tion. hN niANCI.SCO U.SS MUCTINO
There was a mounter labor mns
meeting iu Metropolitan hall, San
Francisco, yesterday evening.
The tenor of tho speeches was all
iu favor of turning over the owner
ship of the railroads to the Govern
ment. Huntington, Pullman aud
other railway magnate. were charac
terized as brazen thieves ami held
up to public contempt as tho legiti
mate products of the iniquitous cus
tom of private ownership of rail
course pursued tho previous day.
On two occasions at least their at
tacks were met with accurately aim
ed lead. During a riot over an in
coming stock train at Kensington a
Deputy United States Marshal shot
and killed two strikers, aud during
the afternoon the deputies guarding
au incoming Baltimore anil Ohio
passenger train roplied to n volley
of shots and stones which the strik
ers showered upon them by turning
iheir revolvers loose, killiug four of
their assailants aud wounding a
number of others.
A new aud grave feature was add
ed to the situation iu the afternoon
when a meeting of representatives
of all the bodies of organized tubul
in the city, after protrao ed discus
sion in which a general sympathy
strike was favored, appointed a com
mittee oi three witu lull power lo
purpose on tho utter failure of other
lood. a boat with fourteen men, iu
command of "second mate William
V A lieu, isnill missing.
Tine Czar and family havo gone to
ix Premier Stambulou of Bulga
ria is to bo indicted for general
abuse of powers and opening private
Cholera exists in St. Petersburg.
A steamer thence has carried tho
disease to Stockholm.
French capitalist organizations
aro promoting schemes for rcsumiug
work ou the Panama canal.
Sir Austin Henry Luyard, a noted
traveler aud diplomat, is dead at
tho ago of 77 years.
The American yacht Vigilant
which crossed tho Atlantic to
race the Valkyrie iu tho latter's owu
water, was beaten by tho Prince of
Wales' yacht Britannia by five sec
onds iu a race 'mi the Frith of Clyde.
Tho Valkyrie was sunk by a colli
sion with the yacht Satanita iu the
race. All hand escaped. The Val
kyrie will not be raised.
Franco desires n conference of tho
Powers to take concerted action
A Home paper reports the discov
ery of n conspiracy to kill the heads
of various Kuropean countries.
Thomas Cautwell and Charles
Quliiu havo been arrested iu Loudon
for inciting the murder of members
of the royal family.
Hussia is reported to have served
notice ou Japan that she will not al
low her to occupy Corea.
.Mods in r ranee aro warning
Italians to leave tho country.
It is reported that ox-President
Arze of Bolivia has been assassinated
and his body horribly mutilated.
Nicaragua will rule tho Mosquito
reservation under an nrraugemeut
satisfactory to both Great Britain
ami the United States.
The Japanese Government, at tho
request of U. S. Minister Dun. in
structed its cruisers to keep a sharp
lookout for the missing missionary
vessel Itobert W. Logan
Tho kev nolo of tho Colonial Con
ference at Ottawa is the Pacific cabin.
A revolution is imminent in Hayti.
The Nicaragua Government lias
dropped its opposition to tho canal.
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White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
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Monday Evening, Aug. 6. Frenon ma. shoe a,t $a.a5.
Ninth I'rltf-llnt, hy Ti
Hard I lines t'oiliiiiiu hy (If
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
aud organ maker ami tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be tho same as douo
Tho present ail mill ist ration also
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uunciation. President Cleveland "' ; t r ... 'V. i", V
tool d """""h " 'rKiiuiuu moor nuxi
oiiiMiuj in luiiij iiiuir iiuiiuii. nam
in the afternoon the Second Kegi
incut Slate militia was ordered to
was accused ot OeiiiL' the
Wall street, and three members of
bis Cabinet were characterized a
corporation lawyers, who have no in
teiest iu the welfare of the common
people. Atlorney-Gi ueral Oluey was
seveiely crilii'i.i-il fur going out of
his way, as it was said, to render n
decision to the lb it that a mail
train included a Pullman sleeper iu
direct violation of the ruling of
Judge Biker of Indianapolis on the
same point a few days ago.
Tumultuous cheering followed a
remark by J.T, Kngeis, that, "It is
said now I hut a iiostace stamp must
be accompanied by u Pullman car to
insure its delivery."
till' I MOS Till ill'l M lilM . MAIl I..
Prexldelit Debsuf the A. It I'. has
issued a proclamation to all striking
i iuplii)cc, cautioning I hem against
any breach of tho law. lie sas
thoxo who eugago in violence are
their real enemies. "We have it
upon reliable authority that thugs
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flau b Procarad from any Member ol
uv"tN 11 r
Ur. Samuel Adelstein,
8nlo Naadoilnlsl aud LoteM,
Wk an.' now offering the hvt-l valui' in town
in Ladies', Cliiltircii's ami Cu-nt's Fiiht IMack
Ilosiory. iJtist received a new stock of
DimU.yH in Colored and White Mnsliim,
Lawns, elc. If yon are in need of pretty
Wash Materials and Laces to trim them,
call on U. F. HI ILK US & CO. We still
have a full line ,of Ladies Krjiripoisc and
.Jeaness Miller Waists. Our Oouhlc "V"
Waists for Children, all njfcs, iu I'urht suin-
nier and heavy
II NUUANU STHKKT.
M KKCUANT TAILOK.
PIT AND FINISH GD ARAN TEED.
NKW STOCK OK
GsiMliiiiiTi'ri ami Sui'gus Just lii
UI7ITS PROU tU UP
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Lawns. Eto., Etci..
Geiit's Furnishings of Every Description
Temple of Fashion
610 E'ort Street
Clearance Sale Monday, July 2d
FOR ONR WKEK to make room for New Goods to nrrie
yerH. S. AustrnliA.
Lmlies' Uuderwonr, Hoy's Clothing. Unrjje AHsortineut of LAilies' ami
LrR line of Woolens nt 2fie. KliWiiielottes, 10 ynnU for Jl.Ui
Drown ami Whito Cottons, from 8 to 2t) yards, $1,00 per piece.
AmoskeaOiiiKhnms, 12 yards for $1.(K. Ueuts' and Ladies' Dathinj;. Suit.
Silks, Satins, Series, Lawns and Dress Goods of every deseriptiou.
M. Or. SILVA, Froiprietor.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE,
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE ':Mym
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