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FRIDAY, AUG. 10, 18W
FntDAT, Aug. 10.
Stair Iwalnnl (rum Kattnl
Krihat, Ati. 10.
Strar W G llall fur Maul and Hawaii at 10
LOOAL AND QKOT5RAL HKWU.
Scottish Thistle Club meets this I
Sheriff Chilllngworth has returnpd
Several dolluquont taxpayers were
pulled in last uiglit.
Tho Iwnlaui brought no sugar
from Kauai this trip.
BETURN OF VOTAOUW.
ATTACK ON A FOLIOEMAJf.
THK VIGILANT TAX COLLECTOR.
Bs A Chines Officer is Assaulted
I His Countrymen.
by Nomenclature in Two Languages
For Maul and Hawaii Kr gtmr W O
llall. Aug 10 For Vo'ctoo: Mla Kluranco
and W W Nott. Way txirtt! Mrs H N
Uroenwelt. Miss () Orcenwell. D H Knha
ulollo, K. Okots. F Gran, O 11 DIckov, N
Umitd, S ' liflPnrrth. U Aheen and
boy, 0 11 Wells, and 40 deck.
Th bark Albert U docked at the Irm-(ra-d
The harkentlne Kllkllnt ha about finish
ed discharging her cargo u( lumber.
The Urk-ntlne 8. N. Catl- will lears
for Han Francisco about A jkiijI 1 .
The steamer lwalanl arrived fruru Kauai
tbts ruotiilni'. without freight or tsen
Kri. She will have atoln on Monday.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Look out for tho Honolulu corre
spoudoncu in the Chronicle dated
last Friday or thereabouts, which
will arrive on to-morrow's steamor.
The Honolulu Amateur Atbletio
Club will meet this evening at the
Y. M. O. A. hall at 7 o'elock for
special business. A full attendance
It is reported that the U. S. S.
Philadelphia will sail ror Mare bl
and on .Vedneday uext. 1'robably.
however, news by the Australia will
determine tho time of her departure.
Camarinos' refrigerator to arrive
per S. S. Australia tomorrow will
contain cherries, plums, peauhos,
apricots, nectarines, grapes. Bar licit
pears, frozen oysters, crabs, fresh
salmon, etc., apples, oranges, lemons
There is any amount of dust fly
ing about town to-day.
Watch the "Cleveland" on tho
race track to-morrow afternoon.
Tho meeting of the Athletic club
will be at 7 o'clock this evening.
Two sovero cases of croup have
been reported to t he Board of Health.
Tho government band will givo a
concert at Thomas Square this even
ing. Lucol is tho wear. Juit see what
the agents say about it in another
H. E. Walker will boon the track
to-morrow afternoon with his wheel
as fit as a flddlo.
Mrs. Bradloy and Miss Cornoy will
open a preparatory school for girls
on August 20.
Miss Florence Nolt aud W. W.
Xott were pasugers on tho W. G
llall to-day for the Volcano.
British Commissioner Ilawes call
ed on Mr. Damon. Minister of
Finance, at tho treasury ollico this
Oysters on ice will be received at
the Beavor lunch saloon by tho
Australia. They will be served in
It is strongly assertod that mem
bers of the rogular military are not
taking the oath to the republic.
About 10 o'clock this morning the
23-foot schooner John Oood was
towed to the Fishmarket wharf,
after an absence of nearly four days.
Tho John Good left port on Monday
night with an ox P. G. soldier named
, Sproat aud a deserter from the
, army named West ou board. They
told their friends that thoy were
going to Samoa. Tho boat was pro-
l visiound and there was water suffi
cient to last a month. The trip had
been contemplated some time, Sproat
getting the boat ready for sea. while
West aud sev ral of tho soldiers at
the barrack made the sails. These
whon Gaisliivl wero bent and the
men fixed ou Monday night as the
time of departure. Woit jumped
tho fence enclosing the Executive
building and uiidi-r cover of dark
ness stole down to the wharf. Sproat
was waiting for him, and pulling the
auchor ou board the John Good
sailed out of the harbor. There was
a cotnpasi on board, but as neither
of tho voyagors waj a sailor it was
of little use to them. They wore
sighted and reported off Diamond
Head by Charlie Peterson the look
out. and later wero lost to view.
About 8 o'clock last night tho
Diamond Head lookout reported
the schooner off tho heads trying to
mako nort. Tho littlo skiff was be
ing buffoted about by the winds.
A highbinder's case occupied the A rather novel cae came to light
attention of the District Magistrate ! this morning, when a uativo who
the wholo forenoon. Five (Jh!nese ! goes by tho name of Jack was arrest
wore tried for assaulting a Chiuee ed for non-payment of taxes. Jack
policeman on July 25 at Palama. I is employed in Lowers Ac Cooke's
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iuo umroi nm lu IIIUIIIK Bb UIS ' luuuuur jctiu. A" fmu ills lu&us
Adeline Black Stockings !
New Shipment Just to ITand
My boy was taken with a disease
resembling bloody flux. The first
thing 1 thought of was Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrluva
Komedy. Two doses of it sottled
the matter and cured him sound and
well. I heattily recommend this
remedy to all persons suffering from
a like complaint. 1 will auswer any
inquiries regarding it when stamp is
inclosed. I refer to any county offi
cial as to my reliability. Win. Roach,
J. P., Priiuroy. Campbell Co., Teuu.
For sale by Benson. Smith St Co.,
agents, for the Hawaiian Islands.
cousin's houso on the date mention
ed. He had arrested several China
men for gambling the day previous,
j and ausiected that ha was going to
bo jumped. He staled that while
asleep tho live monontered the room
and without warning struck him
about the faco and body, drawing
blood. Ho cried for help aud natives
came to his assistance.
Ouo of defendants, Pak Chew,
who admitted in Court that h bad
been arrested twice for assault and
battery, stated that he and com
panions had gone to the house to
collect .f 10. When the debt was not
forthcoming he made some remark
and complainant struck him. He
retaliated with three blows. The
others did not take any part in the
Pak Chew was found guilty and
sentenced to twenty-four hours, 1m-
Erisonment at hard labor aud pay a
lie of $15. Tho others wore dis
charged. Pak Chew is employed in
the Metropolitan Meat Market.
Tho men cruised
THE BICYCLISTS If EET.
some time ago under llio name oi .
Jack. This morning ho was arrow
ed as Keaka, the Hawaiian for Jack. ;
Now, unless Jack can produce his
receipt or prove to the tax collec- i
tor's satisfaction that he has paid
his taxes, ho will have to "pony up"
anot her j 6. Jack thinks he can ptovo
ho paid, and will do bo on the re
turn of his friend from the other
1ST. S. SACHS
0 roct fctrt, Honolulu
A Boston Dressmaker
The Adeline Black Stockings
Are certainly THK BEST,
Thev are verv E atic. Kst
ntess. We lmvt iliciti fur
lllsck anil are
All Who Suffer Similarly, Ra
member, HOOD'S CUR IS,
J. F. Morgan will sell certain pro
perty at Kalihi under foreclosure of
mortgage at his salesroom at noon
Captain A. G. S. Hawes, British
Commissioner, vailed on U. 8. Con
sul General Mills at the Consulate
If you want the latest intelligence
anil lltoraluru by tue Australia, v
l'. uyuoiis cau supply you
Uoltlun Uule ilaraar.
Jos, Tinker lost a valuable dog.
An advertisement in tho Bulletin
found the auimnl for him before the
iuk was dry ou the paper.
Ah Ko, a Chinese hack driver, was
fined 3 this moruiug for violating
varriago regulations by leaving his
hack on tho street over night
Deputy-Sheriff V. A. Hardy of
llilo, Hawaii, returns to his duties
by the Kiuau Tuesday. He was for
merly clerk at the Police Station.
morning, when tbey started to come .
In. There was qulto a crowd on tho
city front witnessing tho maneuvers
tif tho would be explorers as thoy
tried to tnsko the wharf. After sev
eral hours the schooner entered the
i nasage and then there was fun.
First she would so ono way and
then anothor. Near the now wharf
the John Good camo within an ace
of taking the storn off tho schooner
Akamai. Br a miracle she escaped
j and tuo Amy l timer was nearly
stove in. Finally Port Survoyor
Sanders, in the customs boat, picked
. her up and towed her to an anchor
ago. Several wont out and assisted
i in docking the craft. West was tbo
first to come ashore. Ho looked
weak and tired. Ho hastened up
town aud disappeared from the pub
lic gaze. Sproat in disgust throw
the anchor overboard, and in auswer
at the to impiiries said that they had been
ndoui sixty mllos from laud. Wbou
niked whether they had intended to
go to Samoa, he answered gruflly
that it was nobody's business. They
had just gouo on a pleasure trip.
The men showed signs of fatigue
and weariness, and it was plainly
evident that they bad had enough
of sen voyaging.
Numerous Entrisa Will Qlva
The much talkod-of bicyclo races
for gold aud silvor medals will take !
place at Kaplolani Park to-morrow
afternoon. Tho Government band I
will be in attendance and there is '
every reason to believe that there
will be a very largo gathering pres
ent. Alt the participants in the
different events have been in train
log for tho past few weeks and no
doubt hotly-contested races will be
Tho principal event and one which ,
has been looked forward to with an
tioipation of a race for blood, is the
first one, a one-milo raco. Thero aro
four entries in this, Giles, Walker,
Atkinson and Chapman. You may
expect a great raco. There are six
entries for the half-mile, five for the .
quarter mile, six for tho half-mile .
boys' race, four for the half-mile,
four for the ono-mile throo-minuto I
class, four for tho throe-quarter
mile and four for the final event, a I
one-milo race for novices.
j4Q5HL . tf" '"WiflttaVaaaW
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
In all Sites anil Qualities, In Plain Cotton, In t.ljU
Thread, in Open Work and limp utlfh. . . .
Call for Adeline Black Stockings !
VK ALSO HAVE THK
HKRMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warranted Fait Black, for Ladles In all Bite which we are oelllnt
$2 fin a lloten Pair.
SALES AND RUMORS OF SALES !
lira. r. IT. Bark
This lady li a well-known and pojraUf
dressmaker. She says:
M There U no rnlitako about Ilood's Sanaa.
rtlla. I want to Ictl how quickly It enred me of
tour stomach, which had troubled roo tor orera '
yrar. t coull not err nUkn a in allow ot water
but whit I auCcrcd iron dUirrw ntdtlMlr.
When 1 bfc-m to Like llc-xl' Kjm.v.m111 I
could aie pol t Sect i from tho Ortt threo Cotes. ,
1 continued until I lad Ukeu three botUct sad
Hood's '"-'- Cures
have bern ratlrvly can 4. I Kite this etata
nicnlfnr tuelrcntof otLTJvhonro luflcrlni I
almlUrlf." tint. F. W lui.Ktn, 41 Chatter
Paik, rton, Ma.M. '
HOOO'n PlLLaf " bail tiMlDBr PUIa
Whtn you can uret
thing for nothing nhvuyg take
it, thnt is if it's a straight give
away, as is the case with those
Wash Dress Goods this week.
There are a good many ladies
Premises s Itunteil nt Waiati, Iwa.
aud Kaumuliaplli, U.ihu, will be sold
at public auction by ,1. !'. Morgan
at noon to-morrow. The Ittuils are
Various af altera at Jury Term aad
Aid (Chinese) was convicted of
nialluious injury by a fore'gn jury
this morning. Mngoon assisting
prosecution; Achi for defendant.
Wong Koon is ou trial for assault
wit li ilaiiuorous weapon. Mauoou
Freddie McAllister, a son of Cnpt. ' listing prosecution-, V. V. Ashford
McAllister of tho steamer Pole, died '' df,f,"ia,,J' , ....
yesterday of diphtheritic sore throat. C. . Macfurlnne by his attorney,
It was not diphtheria as reported C. W. Ashfprd, has filed a motion to
about town. Tho funeral took place Pn default in the trespass suit of
in the evening. John Kom against him.
- - Tho libelee iu McOrew vs. Mo-
The Hcalam Boat Club met at the ' drew, divorce, by her attorney, C.
A Modern 8amson ,
A treat is promised by L. J. Levey .
at the Opera Houso to-morrow week,
when Dr. J. T. Hatzopulos, better
known as Greek George, will give an '
exhibition of physical strength. Sev-1
eral have been fortunate euough to
witness somo or ino leals oi this
giant. In tho auotion room of Mr.
Levey the other day Greek George
liftod Joseph Marsueu in the palm
of hi right hand, about four foot off
the floor. Marxden's weight U 210
pounds. Other just as wonderful
feats of strength havn U'on witness
ed. Tho exhibit ious of this marvel
aro to lie scon to be appreciated.
HOIIKON NKWMAN A CO.
Mitlor UimIii IIhihU
who imagine there
new in this line, and wo aie
bound to get you out and
show you there are some Pat
terns you have nccr seen,
and at the same time give you
u chance to pick one out for
yourself for absolutely noth-
ing but a guess.
ing to load up one counter.
The one guessing the nearest
can have her pick of the Pat
terns; the second best well,
we will not mention it, but she
will be in it all right.
We might just as well give
away Toile de Nord hh we
sell it at 8 yards for 1. It's
absolutely the best goods ever
offered for the money and as
a wash goods can not be heal.
32 in. Cotton Ducks at loets.
a yard all fast colors. White
(alien Ducks from Oft els. to
Hawaiian Hotel vesterdnv cvoniiii'.
Nothing special was done, aud the
election of new olllcers was deferred
until uext Wednesday evening, when
another meeting will be held.
No water ou Bethel street. Every
afternoon tho water is turned off bo
tweon tho hours of U aud 0, which
makes it very inconvenient for the
merchants doiuu business on that
street during tho drouth. Nick
Hreham Bells one dozen bottles of
flop liner for CO cents.
II. E. Walkor'tt Cleveland wheel
was injured yesterday afternoon on
King street. Ho had lent it to
Fred Angus, and the latter when
riding it, iu trying to avoid collision
with n cariiage, fell off. The carriage
passed over tho bicycle, doing it
some damage. It is btiug repaired.
A society of young Hawaiians has
beou organized and the following
committee appointed to frame a
constitution aud by-laws: W. H.
Wright, I, II. Sherwood, ,1, Raanoi,
W. J. Coelho, S. M. Kannkauui and
I. H. Itolster. None of them re
present any college or school ns reported.
John K. I'reudergast was united i
in marriago to Miss Wright at the ;
Catholic Cathedral yesterday even
ing. A reception was held at their
liilure uouiOj X'alama, to union a
number of friends were invited. The
brido'tt late father will bo remember
ed as Superintendent of the Iustfue
. Anh ford, has filed a petitinu to
tnke dpoitiotM in her behalf at
San Francisco, Cnl., aud Greenfield,
Iu order to introduce Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy hero wo sold
several dozen bottle on strict guar
antee mid have found every bottle
did good sen ice. Wo have used it
ourselves and think it superior to
any other. W. I. Monrncv, Jarvis
ville, W. Va. For salo by Benson,
Smith ft Co., Agents for the Hawai
"ICA MAIUC" Store mil
hold a Clearance. Sale, of its
Stork of Gondn ticy in n intj
Thnmlny, Any. filli, nntl con
tintit: to the end month.
Thin Store will yo out of
bitxiwt ut that time.
Come, and pick out what
you want before it if all yone.
J. J. ECAN
614 Fort Street
The number of merchant who uro about to
dispose of their entile stock, for the benefit of their
fellow creatures, is truly remarkable and the utter
disregard for consequences so far as liny (the
sellers) are concerned is another singular feature of
the day. Buying and selling Dry Good" is a pecu
liar business aud one that inquire constant atten
tion, and judging from the number of alleged
"Clearance Sales" some of
have a stock of goods that
I sell Dry Goods at a
you your money's worth. If
shoddy or shclf-
prolit and give
arc in need of
bcotch Dimity at
for $1.00 needs no
By Jus. V, Morgan.
Percale for Miirt
Dresses. "We are
showing some beauties.
a guohK on
in and make
Unit counter of
will be unable to renst
the temptation of making a
guess ami perhnps of making
li. K. KHLICKS & CO. i
MOaTQAQKE'B NOTICE OF SALE
Notkii: is iir.itKUY oivr.N that
imrMiant to a power of vulu contain
ml In n certain morlnu inailu by Antimo
Ito-m anil wife nl Hoimlulu, to Cecil llrutMi
ill the huiiih ilui(i unil of rrciinl In tho (Il
licit of tho Id'glntrur of I'liiivi-yiincos In
l.lhc-r IUS. ou phuui 'ii. 'J'iiiiitl'.'7, uinl hy
mid Cecil llrown tluly iusIkwI to K. If
llnynt)lilcii, irutcu uinlcr tho Inst will unil
IcnuuiHfiit of J, (I. lluyi'iiiilun, ilncuust'il, hy
document ol ruenru i.ihur iitoii
tun Mill uioriunui'u liiivtnU in
or 117 on i
therein cimtuiuuil Notice In nlmi given
Haiti niiirU'iiKu fur breach of comlitlun
that llm iriiorl covered hynutU montane
will Im Him) at l'lihllc .nclkll, at I'-' o'clock.
noon, on ri.viuuji.v , inu inn nil)
AtiL'iiHt, at the miction mourn of Jiu
Morgan in Honolulu Tho property in
tuiil iiioilKUKtilei'ilileM'rlhi'il in
All that certain pit reel of land Minute at
Knlllil Iu fa M Honolulu, containing an
area of S'.i ;'.'l acres iiml htilnir it Hirllon of
(he pruinho. ile.crlli'il lu lluyul 1'inenl No
.VCi, ninl coiivcyeil in hiinl Auloini Itotii hy
J, I1 Moll lonc.i, ailliiluUlr.ilot of the c
late of DoiuliiL'o ,uir. lUiim hy ileoil
iliileil the llrl ilsv of April, li7. of rerun I
In thu iliivMilluii ltc;ltry of Hoeil In Hunk
IU on iiiiurt'Jl unil Si
liiiU'if llottuliiIuf July lath, IMU
For further particular iinnly lo
o( Hie lint Will ami To. tut. lent of
4) itilduu, Uiceanc.l, or to
t Oit'iullBOWS, Attonmy.
liolhi Kiilt hm.
W. F. Reynold, : Prop.
Sat Half tba Amount of Tour Oil
BUI Tnrouffh Saving in Figmsnt.
Kvi'ry paiulnr hIioii'iI tiito I.ucdl. in
stead of l.iiihccil Oil, licciue:
Lt'cot. is more duralle than Unseed
I.t'i'OL In mura economical than
PttOOF THAT LUCOL LS MOIJE
Hlx yciirs of ucltial ue in exterior
liutirtt iiiiuiiiK in California (llm
iiKint tryiiiK clitimto (or (Mini), in
tiio litiriiini; linit of llio Arixoua Dit
ch, the Arctic cold of Ahtku. ami on
tlio Atlantu: muni, liuvu Hilly unil
iracticiilly elinwn t lint Lccoi. ulwnys
outwi-ars Limned Oil under the minm j
coiiUitiijiin. All tlio jcid works in i
Sun Kranc'iKco Inivo ilUranlril Liu '
heed Oil tor Lucm.. j
ILLUSTUATK THIS YOURSELF. I
I'titntronn uiiimoiiia on Lincciil mid I
Lucol paiiits. Tiio I.tiiMH'tl jiiiiulti
are duhtroyctl in a few iiuiiiiIl-m; the
Lucol jiaiiiiH aro practically iimiflecl
ctl, PJtOOF THAT LUCOL IS MOUE
Uriiak tip 1J Ihs. iitc while lead
in one iint (it Licoi., ami Hid faint
(inantiiy in ono pint of I.iti'ccd Oil.
Hpri'itd tint niintH on similar dark
riiriaccH uir runipuo-oo. i no i.ucoi
pititil pproailt an far an and rovi-rn
tiiucli liottor iliau (lie Liiii-rrd piint
Tit net oii.ially nooil rutriiiK wild llio
Liiibccil ii.iint you li.ivo In iim' '.'J Ihc.
of while lead lu one pint of MiiMfd
Oil. Tin menu! cavinc nf U. of
panto lead to eatli piul of Ll'cui. ucctl,
or (1 lli. tn cvtuy Kall.iu, (iiiivaluiit
to your having on ic than half tlio
llM ciihl of tin l.l tin,.
Lt roi. mil iu riitupeliliiin with
clli'llp l.tll-icd Oil HlliMlllllt
Dry Goothi after t he uAuntralitiM comeH, watch th'iH
Who has removed from Hotel Htreet to ReiiMou,
Smith & Co.'h old place, Fort street.
KwongSingLoy! SING LOY,
Ul IlB St., "Ttonu Block.'
31 -05 KIOk St.. wv Ituotlu i
imatl Tslft. 339 P. 0. Box 207,'Miitaal Tola. 68b P. 0. Boi 107
OhinoHU, JapunoHo iukI Intlian Unruihl
Indian .Silks, Laces and Linens,
Japanese Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Scurf n,
Gnwa Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., Ktit.
I3A Complete TAILORING BSTAULISHMKNT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of Kiitflish mid
Amcrieaii SuitingH. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OAUUMKHKH, l.tNKNh. LAWNS, UHSI.INb
Ladit3s' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats I
SOMETHING NKW JUST OUT
Tnuiks, Valises, Willow Ware,
Tahle Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc, Kt..
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Woolen Diiwh Ootids.
Koinirr price 7.ic
Scotch Ginghams I0e
Former price !tfc
Victoiia Lawns, 10 yards
White Lawns and Muslins
til NUUANU STKKK'I
ll KKCIIAiNT TA I LiiK.
AND FINISH GUiRANTEEU
NKW HTOUK OK
Boy's Suits that formerly
sold for $10 aud $0 a
Suit are now reduced
to $150 and $1
Garihiiitiri'h and Surgut .Iiihi ltrivvi !
UITS FROU U UP.
Dry Cooc1b, Fanny Goods, Lawun, Etc., Eto., K.U-.
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description
au for the HavalUo Islands
This is positively the j
lust week of my Clearance
Sale. I have already received
a large stock of gowd- from
lOurope, and expect a larger
stock fiom the States hy the
S. S. "Aiihtralia." These
goo Is will ho plac d on my
shelves for inspection next
week, and I cau pio'iiise you
something iuw and novel in
seveial (iiffen nt lines and at i
prices that will suit everyone. ,
J, J, KG AN.
Temple of Fashion
151 Fort 8treai
Ladies' Underwear, Boys Clothing,
Urga UMrtmtat ol Udlei' aud Cblldrao'i Sboaa.
Large Line of Summer Gooda I
l,rKM liiu of Wiioli'tia at 'JI, Kluninl'tli, Id vnl fur f l.lil
Hruwii and Wltito Cotttma, from to till yiu, f I.IK) por iiitx'o.
Aiiioiikimj; UluKianiN, 12 yards for $ 1.00. UimiI' and Latliii' Hathiiiw iii
Silk, rialiua, 8orKm, Lawua and Droni- (iooila of tivory ilnaorlpll.ni
Ld. C. BILiVA, Proprietor,
D.iily Hullptin 50 Contn por Mouth.