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J. P. 8COTT, la-e rrlmlpnl of Hie Ho
wallan Government Svhool at Wslnnap,
Oalm, N hereby appointed Olerk of tlie
Board of Education of the itepuhttc of
Hawaii, jacli appointment to take effect
ami date as of nnil from the lit day of
WILLIAM IU OABTLK,
President of the Hoard of Kdncatlon.
Office of the Hoard of Education.
Honolulu, July 21. 1891. l(i!J-3t
ftrdgrd to nrithrr Sfct tun 'ariy ,
Uut K$tabHhf(i for th Bniriil of All.
THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1894.
By a London despatch it is learn
ed thai the Siomuns firm, that
ninkns ocoan cAhle, is sattsGoil that
the existing survey is stitBuient for
all practical purposes, aud offers to
lay the Pacific cable immediately at
a cost of two million pouuds (f 10,
000,000). There could hardly be a
more favorable offer, and if the Colo
nies, including Canada, moan busi
nnss the cable will soon be an ac
ARRIVAL OF THE ALAMEDA.
She Baati Her Own Previous Beat
Record on the Voyage.
The R. M. S. S. Alameda, Captain
EL G. Morse, armed early this
morning front the Colonics via Auck
land and Apia. The following is
Purser Sutton's memorandum of
the voyago hither:
Passed Sydney Heads July fllh at
5:10 o'clock p. in ; arrived at Auck
land on the 13th at -1:40 p. m.;
sailed from that place on the 14th
at 3:10 p. m ; arrived at Apia on
the 18th at 7 a. m, quickest time
on record, beating her own time by
several hours. For four days 15
hours, tho averago per hour was
15 4 10 knots.
Lying at Apia Robert Taylor,
seaman, full from the forward upper
deck gangway iuto a lighter lying
alongsido, without sorious injury.
He is doing well.
On July 26 at 5:30 a. in. stopped
for Honolulu pilot. Time of pass
ago: 17 days 8 hours 37 minutes
from Sydney; 12 days 12 hours HO
minutes from Auckland.
The Alameda resumed her voyage
to San Francisco at 3:30 o'clock
tt . tt t n.. T 1.1
m if aitiJeijji&maBi4mammM iwtii ruTi --it" '- rir
OKATH OK CHARLES TURNER.
Part of the steamer Alameda's
freight caused sadness iu the com
munity this morning. It was the
body of Charles Turner, the well
known tenor vocalist, who only a
few mouths ago visited Houofulu
with bis taleuted wife. The late
Mr. Turner was a native of Slier
wood Forest, Nottingham, England.
Me married Ml-s Mary Montague
Cooke, sister of Mrs. J. B. Alherton,
O. M. and A. F. Cooke of this city.
Particulars of Mr. Turner's death
come by the Alameda's mail. The
Auckland Herald Monthly Summary
of July 23 has the following iu its
"The Montague-Turner Opera
Company opened for a season at
the Opera House on Monday, thu
2d instant, Miss Antiis Montague
(Mrs. Turner) aud Mr. Charles Tur
ner Ih'iug billed for the leading
I tarts. On tho voyage from Sydney,
lowever, Mr. Turner caught a severe
cold, from which he never recovered
The opeuing was postponed for a
few days, and when it did take placu
'Maritaua' was produced, with Mr
Turner as Don Ctesar. It was evi
dent that he was far from well, anil
he asked indulgence for not taking
u encore for his 'Let Me Like a
Soldier Fall.' It was his last ap
pearance in public. From tho thea
tre he went to his bed; pneumonia
developed, and he succumbed on
the eighth day. During his illness,
the company played, as usual, to
good houses, 'Olroile-OiroQa," 'The
Bohemian Girl,' etc. Mr. Turner
was a member of tint old Carl lloia
Company, and was brother to Mr. J.
M. Tumor, the well-known tenor."
From the obituary notice in the
Now Zealand Observer aud Free
Lance the following extracts ate
"Charles Turner is dead. The
tidings flew from mouth to mouth on
Wednesday morning, aud through
out the whole cominttuity there was
sorrow for the death of ouu so gifted
aud popular, aud profound and sin
cere sympathy for the talented lady
who had been widowed under Mich
sad uircuuiktatices. It wan only leu
day ago that the company In
augurated iu Auckland what pro
mised to lie a most successful tour
of the colony. Mr. Turner had,
however, contracted a severe cold
oil the trip across from Sydney, and
this developed rapidly iuto an acute
attack of pneumonia. He appeared
in the part of Don Ctctar on tho
opening night of the season, but
the disabilities under which he was
suffering uero very severe, and at
times he appeared to be very much
dist reused. Next day be was very
seriously ill iudeod, and on Satur
day night his life was wholly des
paired af. He, however, tuado a
change for the butter on Moudar
EXCURSION TO HAWAII
A Brilliant Outlook for Those Wish
ing to Bee the Volcano.
Frauk Hoogs, tho well known
member of the Advertiser staff aud
editor of the Paradise, has a plan
that will in all probability be
eagerly accepted by many Honolulu
resideuts. lie has organized an ex
cursion to tho Volcano, which he In
tends to conduct personally, which
will leave Honolulu on the Kinau of
August 3rd, returning In eight days.
In spite of the fact that only tlie
usual rates of fare will prevail, Mr.
Hoogs has made arrangements
whereby special accommodations
will be offered to those taking ad
vantage of his offer. As the Volcano
is more active at orcsout than it
will probably be for a number of
mouths, those who wish to sen the
grandest sight iu the world cannot
do better tiiau to take advantage of
this excursion. Other special fea
tures are promised later, and thore
will undoubtedly ho a large ntimlcr
who will only be too glad to avail
thmelves of such a chance. The
tickets are for sale at the office of
the Wilder Steamship Company.
The Republic of Hawaii victo
rious. Tho Soap battle has been
amicably settled without bloodshed
Look at N. Uruham's Honolulu Soap
House ad, aud don't fear, as peace
The philosopher who says that
"when ladies want society items
they look in the society or local
columns," hits very wide of tho
night aud slight hopes were then on
tertaiued by Drs. Mackellar and
Uirdler. However, it whs not to be. t &, cents; they are leautioa.
mi. iuihwi utuu faiijf uu nvuura
"Charles Turner stood iu the front
rauk of operatic tenors, lie had no
ujual iu the Colonies in his time,
either as an actor or a vocalist, and
iu Groat liritaiu aud America he had
established a very high reputation.
Both he aud his wife, Miss Antm
Montague, were principals iu the
Carl Roa Opera Company prior to
their marriage, which event took
place in 1880. They were very de
voted to each oi her, aud the know
ledge of this eveut has iuteusilied
the universal sympathy with Mrs.
Turner in her bitter affliction. The
news of Mrs, Turner's death -will be
received with deep regret in the
dramatic aud musical world, lie
was very popular with those who
came iu contact with him profes
sionally, aud his personal qualities
were such at to gain for hiui esteem
and admiration wherever he went.
Like his accomplished wife, he was
a true artist."
The same paper praises Miss Auuis
Moutagutt's singing of "Home, Sweet
Homo as an eucoro, as "her triumph
of tho season," addiug, "What inclin
ing the words of that song possess
ed for Miss Montague ou Saturday
evening only tlioso know who wero
aware that even as shesaug tho hus
mark and evidently is not posted in
Honolulu. Little of what is termed
society talk gets in tho newspapers
they reported the maudoliu concert
as a "success, and tho house com
fortably filled with lovers of music
aud people of refined taMca iu the
more delicate arts," aud so it was,
but it is Silk Dresses to Holokui
that there was not a lady in the
house but that knew what her
neighbor wore, and of course talked
it over with friends under the head
of Society Talk. A good many of
thOMi Dress Patterns we spoke of
last week ami considerable of the
Hosiery found its way there. More
of them will lw seen at the h'aucy
Wednesday, July 25th, will see a
Hue of Colored Wool Dress Goods
formerly sold at 75 ceuts going at
is no profit in these goods. While
all the week Victoria Lawns (these
the Iwst value we ever offered) 10
yards for 75 cents; Murrimac Priuts
10 yards for 50 cents you know
what that means I Ginghams go 12
janls for $1, and Blown Cottons lit
yards for $1.
Saturday, July 28th, every Rem
nant iu the house must go at your
own prices. We must have the
room for Now Goods, Remember
we have had a general mark down
in all departments of our bouse.
We only quote ) ou a few things for
lack of space. Every day is a Clear
ance Sale day with us. Wo never
have boon undersold, aud do not in
tend to )e. Look out for uuxt week.
attached lay (lying iu a city iu whii
flint? )kjili u'urit urrunmkPH '
"V nwiw hvwuM0i
The funeral of tho lato Mr.
Tumor will tako placo from Mr.
Athorton's house at 1:30 this after
noon. By request of the absent
widow, Rev. H. 11. Parker will con
duct the services, A quartet will
luuUer the hymns.
Mechanics' Hume, comer Hotel
aud Nuuauu trnot. Lodging by
day, week or mouth. Terms: 2b aud
ttJoeuu per oUiht; fl aud $1.25 per
II. P. KlILfSHS & CO.
AHI'KOIAL MKUTIKU OK THE
Jtuunl of TriiHUitb of tho iJiukn h
lioHfiTAL will lw held at i tin Itnoni of the
Cliamiwr of Commerce ou BATtlltliAY.
the 4th dny of July, at IU:SI o'uleuk a m
V. A. BlHAEKKK,
Honolulu, July IS, IHiil. Iim.' :it
1 JL Hours
striet now occupied by Mr.
J. II VVodtthcUM) Jr J'os-
sestiun irlveu ou August lit.
particulars apiii) w
E. 0. HOWE,
1WJ lw King street.
Saturday, July SiJt luH-
Some weeks since we made
a few remarks on the subject
of Coxeyism and mentioned
incidentally that massing of
the unemployed at Washing
ton might lead to a conflict
We are free to admit that we
were wrong in our prophecy
But a strife more bitter and
with stronger grounds has
taken place instead. When
the "Australia" left San Fran
cisco what little business re
mained from the upsetting ol
the tariff in the United States
was lying dormant and capital
on one side and labor on the
other were on the verge of a
civil war. The small farmers
who depend upon the railroads
for transporting their products
were facing poverty through
the loss of their ripening crops
and discontent reigned every
where. It seems that the gov
ernment must assert itself and
let the world see, that as a
nation it is capable of handling
successfully any difficulty which
may arise. The men compos
ing the American Railway
Union are believed to be above
the plane of the anarchists and
consequently not responsible
for lawless acts that have taken
place in Chicago. True enough.
the sympathies of the people
are with the wage-workers when
their claims are just as in the
present instance, but should it
be proven that the outrages
are beintr committed by the
railroad men the feeling will
change. We do not mean
that the sympathy of the peo
ple will go to the side ol the
monopolist but that it will be
withdrawn from the men. It
rarely happens that these labor
difficulties end favorably to the
bread winner; when the matter
is left to arbitrators the result
is usually a compromise and
the increase if there is any is
so small that it does not com
pensate for the time lost in
bickering. The result of the
present strike is mere guess
work; the hope of the conser
vative set is toward arbitra
tion but the magnates say
tliey nave nothing to arbitrate;
it is the wish of everyone that
the end will be reached with
out further loss of life or pro
perty. We feel thankful, and a
number of others in Honolulu
should join with us iu a praise
service, that the strike occurred
after our stock of Enamel Hath
Tubs had left San Francisco.
I lad the. shipment been deia ed
at the factory it is quite likely
that some of our customers
would be bathing in a soap
dish instead of a porcelain
lined tub We have never
said much about it but we
have, in addition to the arti
cles we have mentioned on
several occasions, 1'orcelain
Lined Laundry Tubs, admir
ably adapted to people who
believe in having clean clothes.
They are identical in qualit
with the bath tubs aud it is im
possible for dirt from the wash
ed clothes to stick to the tubs
We have a very complete as
sortment of these enamelled
goods selected especially for
this trade; if you are interested
we would be pleased to show
you the articles.
Another, and inexhaustible,
supply of the Clauss Bread
Knives reached us on the
"Australia." It has been a
hard matter fur us to keep up
with the demand for this knife,
but this time we think we have
a start If you want a knife
that will cut warm bread with
out making it heavy, if you
want a knife th.it will cut
through the icing on a ctke
without leaving a lot ol crumbs,
you will buy a Clauss. And if
you want a sewing machine
that will make two distinct
stitches by the simple move
ment of a thumb screw you
will get the "Wortheim," the
only machine in the world that
will do it, and we are selling
them at a lower price than you
pay for a machine that sews
HawtliiM Htriwirn Co., l?ri
Opposite Hpreckels' Klixit
Wfl VOUT qTKMRT
Personally Conducted Excursion to the
Volcano now being Organized
. by Frank L. Hoogs.
Ur Leaving on tho Next Trip of tho S. S. "Kinau,"
FRIDAY. August 3d, Returning to Port on SATUR
DAY, August 11th
There are a great many people in Honolulu who require a vacation in
order to get away from business and other cares that infest this work-a-day
life. For their benefit it may be mentioned that a Select Excursion is
now being organized to visit the domains of Madamo Pole, sometimes
known as tho Volcauo of Kilauea. It doesn't make any difference if they
have been there before, because if they have, they will readily admit that
tho crater ia conMautlr changing and with each change renewed interest
is anakenpd. Hon. L. A. Thurston gave a description of tho Volcano's
latest mood, and if you have not read it do so at once and then walk as far
as WiLtiEti's StEAMsuir OrncE and purchase a Ticket for the Excursion
leaving here on FItl DAY, August 3d. To people who do not require a
vacation they must- make the trip anyway if only to say that they have
seen the World's GreateM Wonder. It is certainly embarrassing for peo
plo who haro lived in this country for years to give a negative respouse
when asked if they have seen tho Volcano. They may have had some ex
cuse iu the pal for their seeming indifference because it required more or
ies exertion to rcacn t tie crater, out now they can rtae in a carriage to
the door of tho Volcano House. The crater is very active now, it may not
remain so very long, so join the Excursion Party and see a sight that
strangers travel thousands of miles to see. The cost of the trip will be
FIFTY (K0) POLLAKS, which includes everything. 1093-7t
RDWAY & POUTER. Leading Furniture Dealers
f the Hawaiian Islands.
obiii'on Block, hot ween Fort and Nuuauu,
ight hand side of Hotel si root going west.
irect importers of Fine Furniture,
irt cheap for cash. We have on hand
icker Ware, Sofn, Hocking Chairs, Elu.
ill you call aud price these goods.
uj thing you want iu Dining-room Furniture,
uythiug you want iu Bedroom Furniture.
From a large and varied stock the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley. Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Corn.
I3? In addition to our usual stock of these w aru now
currying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial hy all interested in stock.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
.... .1... I... - I-...1 .!.!. .!!.- r II -
m iu i-nii mru w niiiMi-M nun vriun nuu vuuiiea.
JMm ou Mill tint! a complete stock to soled from.
No. lalwa hi -ii"- ( ..irl mr.
3s, As, 10s tt tKl
IJvmmxiI Vr". in ir, i
Knjtlltb Istry. 3fl lb h
ROOK SA f.T
HAM, HAVON, aHhKSH
Dnrrvli unit Half Hni
Ors ii Ben.
I'loiirf," Ku.r in til.. HImI ,)"'.
A I'huliT trt, itiir nifeOit
t T Burton's Kngltsb rocrl,
OrrunM ft HUokwall's Kugllsb 0)tocri".
Llbbr. McNeU ft Llbby'a Onnuod B1hu.
Kichardaon A Rokbin'a OmuumI
Pis, Tbl aim l .
7K snu lb li !"'
A law rariKi,
ud at prices to suit the poorest
well as tho richest uurchasur.
o uonin is complete without Maltrosses,
o house iu Houolulu sells those goods cheaper than we do.
in'l von need some Live Geesu Feathers or S'lk Floss? Thev make
and; Pillows and Cushions.
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
l.A ltd K STOCKS OF
Pliifliiiiiiiu Jingle Hardware. Dry Gods,
row?, nrntin, Rii;.. Kit.
M AYh O.N HN1
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
rettr Window Shndes in all colors aud sizes.
oles for your windows iu Wood or Brass Trimmings.
f course ne mint not forget to mention
ur handsome Carved Biilrooiu Sets in Solid Oak.
ppairing at reaxouablo rates.
ecoverinu o upliolhlered Furniture a seuialtj.
rv our l'!iv Chairs before Imviuif elsewhere.
aides of alf slz. with Chads aud Sideboards to match.
verybod knows wo make a feature of Iutnrior Decorating,
vorytxMiy knows .Mr. uho, urdway who uuke this a spooia! fca' ure.
ecogiiiicil an the cheapest house iu Honolulu,
ollaoillty, froinptness aud Dispatch is our motto.
IIki.Ii Vr -TELEPHONES Mutual 646
Cut Prices !
ALL CUT PRICES MET
Another victory for
the "Cleveland." V.
Wilder tcoopn it in at
Kahvlui, iVmi, i
the 4th July.
Speed, lltauty, Uyht.
iifM mid Strrmllh
: Visitors, Picuic Parties, Luaus
UENERAL PUBLIC I
EL. E WALKER.
AkviiI, Honolulu H I
Cuinmliu Block, MercbiBi Si.
Al.l.rKKHONH AUK NOI'IKIKM MIT
to otfitlt sny one mi my itcoomit
without inv writlMii urdtr.
Hn.mli'lii lllr 'UO(
'pHKfctt Nit Kl.V KIIK
J. ul iIidU Itoonih at No.
At Smith's Bus and Livkry
Staiilks, King Stkkkt,
lAiljululiitf ilPtn)lllttli Mesl Murkrt,
Is thu Clieapot l'lace hi Town you can
, irrt lliii. Wnconctte. lluKtfta stt'l
Hmlillfl Horsuj. It will py you Ui call
, mid hue before you try eUcwherc.
Ur XXvitMeJ. TaXapivstva 40S -$
WIELAND - EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
I UanlMi mw
Benson, Smith & Co.'s,
Oorzxex Port, So "RTotl Sts
HOI.LISTER &c CO.
Iluvr iiukIc unotlitT Lati! Importation of
'PHKKK NIOKl.Y FUlt
X nlbhetl Idioms at Va.
kikl on thf ti-acb. Triiii
Vtry reabonnlile. Ai-iny at
lemiln ot Kasliluii, Kort ttrcel. 1011-tl
Itnoin (or lngli Kfii
tleiimn bltualeil ou llurr
tanU utiuet, 16 niliiuvcs'
walk Irani Pont Olllcu. AdJreas
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
A I.I. I'BIIHONR INTKNDINM TO
laKe nu-saire on Bu-aiuu ul ilm
Intcr-Ulund Bu-am N?lgatlon Co., from
Honolulu, are heroliy rwiuested to pur-olia-o
tickets at the Whsrl Ottlce of thu
Coinpaiiy heforo einburkiuK, auU any uas
neiiKBr falling to Uo no uliull be mibjeot to
pay 'a iicrcent of the regular fare In addi
tlim tburelo. Tills rule will be ttrlrtly en
forced from ami af tor the lnt day of Augunt
, proximo. W. U. (iODKHIiY,
w. m. Aici.KAN. bio'y, ITfiHlUfnt.
T WAIKIKI ONTHH
1 lledcb, comfortable
quarterb for one or two Hln
tile Urntleiuen: board ou-
tloual; butblliK fai'llitlei gool
llWl-tf ROI.I.KTIN OKKIt'K
IWftinU nf l4A
Larte A-HHortment of Bhapu aud 81zhd
Fin Sale in Bond or Out? Paid Cor, Pirt I Merchant Street
Fine House and Lot
rPIIK UNDEItHKINKI) OKKKItB Full
X imle ilint Kinu Hiiuiitfad on tin
maiiku fliio of llcrclanlii Ktrect, 101 fi't
enit nf I'uiii-hco a utreit Tlie Lot liac s
I front nf inn ft-nt Hnd it deptb nf I CI ft-vt A
(loml llni-llllig IIoukh In kmh! rviulr; lion
tiilim 1'arlor, Dliilinr-nwiu Kltobnii, Can
try. liedrmiiii, Ha'li nl Wttur Clot mid
1 an olllcn mi tlie Inm-r lloor wtb Koitrdo d
lH'iiriHiiuii on no- mitt ll.Kir 1 bcro Ih a sul
tuntlnl Hum. conialiiing Two HmlU room
Inr two carriage. WikmI Hbud and Hur
vuliti' Hoom, n Hervalitu1 V 0. aud'lMO
Ooml LVm-ikhjIii. Kiirllmr iNtrtloulara ol
W. It. 0ll, or of
lUWlf M. f HIIKOKHH
Honolulu lulv 17 It
THO.M THIS DATK, B. F. HOK
V KAOKKH is alone authorised to draw
llraftB or to give ordtm for Men-handlae
or BupplIeH ou behalf of the Hawaii-
UOMMKIU'IAI. A Sl'OAB COMPANY. -
I UK HAWAIIAN COMMKUCIAl. .v
C. A. SfSSLKSU,
lull m U'H inxi l(
OO TO TUB ANOHOB BALOOM.
Wll.l.lAM OUNNlNflllAM, MAN
agirnf ihe Ani'iior naliKiu, U keep,
itig up with the times. At the Anchor you
emi "wutoureyu' with an Oyster Cock
tall ami wuah It down with a Krederluko
hunt Heer Oyttter tVktallM a siwulalty.
XfllTH K IS IIKItKtIY OIVKS THAT
1 1 mi lllll. of thiee or uiurHinoiitb old,
dun the uiidumlgncd, if nut pild by Aug.
ilacul in the bands of su
I. inii. Mill be l
attorney fur cullucti m.
. H. LEVY,