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SATURDAY, AUO. 11, 1894
Satubday, Aug. It,
b B Auxtralla, Homllette, from Hun Fran-
Bttnr Klnan from Hawaii and Mnul
OargOM from Island Port.
Stmr Klnan 5989 bags Migar, 273 bagi po
ta'OfK, 39 boR corn, 3o bales wool, TO
bags bones, lUbJls liidrs and 230 pkgs
Frtim Ban Francisco, per 8 8 Australia,
Aug 11 A J Campbell, Miss Knima Canic
run, Miss Vearl ( atneron, Mlrs Hannah
Kastman. Miss Alice Knapn, H M Key
worth, Miss Bertba V K'mball, D A
Knlr.ht, 0 K McVeigh nod wife. Miss Dora
K Pallen, Mrs 1'ilts and son, Jehti Hum
roar and wife, Mr and Mrs tfaxton, Mis
Wray Taylor and child, Mrs V M Thirds,
MnUhaaWliliati'v, MnUL Wrlaht, Mrs
U Warner, L U Warner and wife. 0 M Wal
ton, W M Johnston.
From Maul and Hawaii per stmr Klnau,
Aug II From Volcano! U 0 l'otter, U 8
Williams, 1 D Ltlolier, W V Hllbron. (
Wallln, F llirord, Miss lellle Uw, Mrs
W II lioogs, K L lloogs, A W Crockett, W
Ij Whitney, Theo Kihanls, Ma-ter 0
Htultlt, V K Cattle, T K Grinded. U K Ma
honey, Judge W K Frearand wile, Dr J M
Whitney and wife, Mrs J T Lewis and
daughter, Mls Klce, and Miss Whitney.
From way po'ts: Mrs J Hleinron nnit 3
children, K It Hind and wife, Ml-s M B
ilind. Ja M Hind, L Aseii. wife and t)
children. M.a J Bliaw and child. lrsfel,
Miss Julia Qitttiri, Mis Knima Kane, MIsi
1) lialoa Mini M IMi-e, Chai Lake, Wru
lierl'iwlts 8 O Wilder, and t0 deck.
McAl-MBTEK-In Ihl city, August 0,
ISitl, Freddy 0., only son of J. V and
Hatlle 0. McAllister, aged 2 years, 7
months and i:i days.
WW Wan Francisco papers please copy.
When you can get some
thing for nothing always tako
it, that is if it's a straight give-
uway, as is the case with tho.c
Waoh Dims Goods this week.
There arc a good many ladies
who imagine there is nothing
new in this line, and we ate
hound to get you out and
show you there are some Pat
terns you have never seen,
and ut the same time give you
a chance to pick one out for
yourself for absolutely noth
ing but a guess. "Wo uro go
ing to load up ono counter.
Tho ono guessing the nearest
can have her pick of tho Pat
terns; tho second best well,
wo will not mention it, but she
will be in it all right.
We might just as well give
away Toilo do Nord as we
soil it at 8 yards for 1. It's
absolutely the In st goods ever
offered for tho money and nn
a wash goods can not be beat.
32 in. Cotton Ducks at 15 ets.
a yard all fast colors. White
J .men Ducks from U5 ets. to
Scotch Dimity at G yards
for $1.00 needs no further
Imported Percule for Shirt
Waists and Dresses. We are
showing some beauties. Any
how, atop in and make
a guess on that counter of
Wash Dress Goods. You
will be tumble to resist
the temptation of making a
guess and perhaps of making
I F Klll.MRN A '0
rpKNDKUB WILL UK KEtlEIVKII ItY
X J. N Wright. throiiKh tliu Cost OHIrti
Bo V2, until WKIlXltallAV, Auwust In,
JHH. at 10 o'clock a m , forlhe f.illiwl"K
worki The I'ftlntlnn of the Pavilion at In
dfpendencn Park, at Little lirlt-ln, tin
Mid palntlne to be done in n a khI and
worKui'iiiiiko niMiuer, twocoit
beat quhllty of White U ad and
J'ollril Oil, No 1 leiirUHl1v;
opt'on of hhiiI J N, Wrljiht.'thi
workuiuillku nmtmer. twocoit r, wlihthe
i that U to ny,
an hi mo hiiriHco worn uolow Mlt hmiiikHiii!,
lucliidliiK rnillnp, poita and bru'ea oi wulk
IvmllliK to MtiK strio-i, lour pal of itwp.,
water cloivc. In-lile, and Imim1 utarnl ll'mr
II e her (loon not to he Hltiied and mi
on tl.e'l-ith AiiK'Ht. I'!H. ami contract to I ou""v """' ,""" '"'""' "
lm llnUliv.l wltirin tweiiti'CJtiiiiiirniulRrnutH, coiinlLMiml to Ocura k Co.
puiiTiiiK m iKninne; work to lie iiwiitileil
that date. Tkrho or I'aymknt: Uii.'.IioK
ot Hih iirlce to t n;il when tliu llmt emit
lilpahiMiK Ih tliilnlio I, ami tliu ImNni eat
cuiiitilvtlon of tin) J'di In
a Knoil ami wo k
i np-ii (or hiiun
J. N. WIIIOIIT
tlott at all time,
PriMildtMit Clovulatnl lih.1 aotit to
tint Stiualo lint noinluatiou of Kill
Mill of Virginia to lu Sncrotarjr of
Legation ud Comul-Ottuoral at
LOOAX. AHD OXNKHAX. RIWB
Prof. J. A. Mooro i in town.
The Australia will "ail next Satur
day. See notico of through tickets.
Purser McCotnbe has tho thanks
of the Bulletin for the usual courte
There were twenty-fivo Volcano
passnngors by the steamer Kinau today.
r Tn il, ,m frnm T V WrLl.tln ""r of President Carnot, was cou
terest to thorn from J. N. Wright in . . , .., o m,, ,,, tta.
r ' .i in r....l ..!.! f !..
Mrs. Wray Taylor and
turned from tho Coast on
the S. S.
Nolto has fresh frozen oystors on
hand, to servo in any style, at the
Beaver lunch room.
Tho Kinau brought C089 bags
sugar in addition to a largo passen
ger autl freight list.
The Schtietzeu club met yesterday
evouing and adopted by-laws for tho
now Republican party.
Cecil Brown received a fino pair
of game chickens from Stockton,
Cat., by tho S. S. Australia to-day.
At its mooting last night the
Thistle Club resolved to hold an
other concert the first Friday even
ing of September.
An extra largo consignment of
Fredericksburg boor and California
oysters came to tho Anchor Saloon
by the Australia.
Corporal McKeaguo and two sol
diers wero about town yesterday af
ternoon and evening looking for
West the desertor.
Tho sale of land at Kalilii by Jas.
F. Morgan, under tho Koa fore
closure, has been postponed until
Saturday, Soptomber 1.
Sugar uewM states that there is to
bo a conference on tho sugar sche
dule, and that it will lw probably
pasted at a -15 percent duty.
Tho chief topic about town to
day was tho Japan-China engage
ment. Groups of Chiueso and Jupa
iioso wero about the Post Office all
In the Hawaiian Hardware Co.V
now column will bo found naval
notes, also remarks on several of the
desirabilities of a well-equipped
The hugo circular building in the
Hanailau village at the Midwinter
Fair, where the Volcano of Kilauea
was shown as in eruption, will be
turned into an almshouse, says the
The S. S. Australia brought twon-ty-soveu
cabin and thirty-five steer
ago passengers. About six Portu
guese contract laborers were locked
up in the smoking room until sucu
a time as they can be sent to the
Tim San Francisco Eveulug Bullo
tin of August 8(1 says the cruiser
Charleston is going to Corca. The
crew was granted forty-eight houro
leave of absence on Auguet '2, for
faithful services performed during
the railroad strike
No water on D-lhttl street. Everv
afternoon tho water is turned oiT
botweun the hours of !) and 0, which
makes it very inconvenient for the
merchants doing business on that
street during the drouth. Nick
lirnhani sella 17 Bars of Soap for
Thn U. S. S. Philadelphia is ex
pected to leave for Maro Inland, San
Fram isco, early to-morrow (Sunday)
morning. It has been decided not
to wait for tho Charleston. Sho will
tako a mail for San Francisco, closing
at tho Post Office at 0 o'clock to
F. L. lloogs anil the "personally
conducted" excursion party return
cd from the Volcnuo on the steamer
Kinau this morning. Mr. Hoogi re
ports tho Volcano in a very active
condition. Pleasant weather win
experienced throughout tho excur
sion, and tho comfort of thn party
was very attentively looked after by
Mr. Hnogs. The Volcano House
was crowded while the party was
THE BT0KY FAKE.
No Truth in the Heport of tho Nanl-
wa'a Naval Victory.
Chinese rnsitlents here were wont
to disbelieve tho reports in the Sun
Fraucisco papers about the sinking
of the 71(KMon Chiueso battleship
Cheu Yiiu by the Japauoso cruiser
Nauiwa Kan on July 1(0. Goo Kim,
Chiuese Commercial Agent, wax
questioned as to whether he had re
ceived any official information in
connection with tho Japan-China
troublo. That gentleman sutd that
be had received a letter from the
Cousul-Goueral for Chiun at San
Francisco, through his secretary.
The contents of the letter wore to
the effect that war had probably
brokou out botweun the two uatious,
but uothiug official had been ro
coived at tho Consulate, although
there was telegraph communication
between China and San Francisco.
About the sinking of the Cheu Yuen,
it was believed to be a fako If mieh
had really occurred tho Consul-Gen-oral
would certainly have received
advices. The San Franmsco Chroni
cle of August !1 pronounces the story
of the naval engagement a fake.
Moro Jupuiieio ConilUK
Geo. E. IJonnlmrtn hns iin'oivtul a
ciilitrntu from O.iukn, Japan, mi-
noiiuciiih' thnt a Hltatntr would lm
ilitmti'lii'il on .S'tplmnbiT 0 with
-i ..... murk t ...;... ii i i
I lliw tt'ltt'm
lnirnm fiirtlitir tiaa tlioton
KiKDiiiont wnt tlolayoil on acttonnt of
tint war wit It China. Tho Htuaiunr
in thn Toyo-Marn.
Not BocouuizoJ Yol
In I ln ITniiKo of lliiprMiitativo,
July IV), llouttdlooiruroil a ri'pnlutinn
conKratulatiiiK nml rocotiiv.in; tlio
Hawaiian rupulillc, Imt on n imiiit
of ortlf r it wait rofurreil to thn Uoiu
mittM on Forolgu ACfiirt.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Fbanuisco, August 4.
fl'er 8. 8. Australia.1
Santo Geronimo Casorio, the mur-
victcd August 3. The verdict was.
! "Guilty, with no extenuating cir
cumstances." He was given three
days to appeal to the Court of Cas
sation. In roopouRO to his sentence
! he shouted scornfully, "Vive la revo
It is learned that the steamer
llagnvald Jarl, carrying tho Woll
man expedition, has been crushed
by ico lu tho Arctic. Six men have
returned to Nor war. Baron Nord-
! tttiaklold auuirests a reliof exuedition
to find tho remainder of the party,
There is an alarming increase of
ueatns irom cuotera in nusaia.
Closure was declared on the Irish
Tenants bill in the British House of
Secretary Herbert has reprimand
cd Chief Engineer J. B. Smith and
Passed Assistant Engineer Red
crave for an accident to tho machin
ery of the new cruiser Montgomery.
lho -Sew .Mexico and Arizona ad
mission bills have beou reported to I
the Sonnto. j
Tho American Railway Union is .
in convention in Chicago. Pros. I
Debs urged more complete organ
ization. The question of doclariug ,
the strike on or off was howled
Thero aro G52 men at work in the
Pullman car shops. Thn company
expected to havo SOU by Monday. It
is announced oy tuo company that
under no circumstances will it give
omptoytnont to labor agitators or
any other who had takon an active
part, in persuading the workmen to
Thoro is a strike in tho Chicago
The Government of Pom is un
able to put down labor disorders
autl a revolution is ox pec ted.
The Congress of Ecuador will de
monetize silver and adopt a paper
currency based ou gold.
t igtitiug still goes on in brazil. (
A Managua despatch says: "The
fact that British Minister Gosling i
has been selected to prosido over thn
coniereuco to unite the Central '
American republics is looked upon
as significant of England's desiro to ,
intoricro in auaira mat aueni me
United States directly.
"Sho is undoubtedly conspiriug to
gain coutrol of tho canal dividing
the two American continents. Sus
picions that Grcsham may seek arbi
tration on the question aud that the
Monroo doctrine is to bo relegated
to the diplomacy of tho past are
hvtked upon at probably possiblo."
II. B. M. S. Mohawk, nix guns, a
twin-screw ember of tho third class,
has landed a force of sailors aud
miriues at Bltieficlds, Nicaragua.
The captain autl crow of Emmery
Si Sun's Mourner Zulu have refused
to carry Nicaragua!! troops to Hluo-
uelds, unleu they are assured they
will not lose Uultod States protec
tion. That firm was granted a mo
nopoly ( exporting mahogany along
the entire Atlantic coast of Nica
ragua, on condition that its a' earner
should carry Nicaraguan troops.
Hut Captaiu O'Neil of tho U. S. S.
Murblohead hail issued a proclama
tion warning all Atnoricaus in Nica
ragua to observe strict neutrality.
I'residenl Zulaya appealed to U. b.
Minister Baker, who, declining to
interfere, referred tho President to
Captain O'Neil. No answer had
been received from tho captaiu at
THE ClIINnSK-JAPANESE WAK
Li Hung Chang, Viceroy of Chi-a,
has been diverted, by ortler of the
Emperor, of the yellow riding coat
that gives the wearer privilege! next
to those of royally. The Emperor
haa freely expressed augor at the
Viceroy's having allowed Japan to
get ahead of China iu preparing for
war. The action of the Emperor, in
divesting tho Viceroy of this order,
does not nocossarilv imply his depo-
'iiiuu iruui uuice, ueuuur is u a BIKn
of degradation. It is substantially
a rebuke, coupled with a warning.
The London Standard of latest
date has a despatch auuotinciug a
victory on laud by the Japanese. An
official despatch received at the
Japanese Legation iu Washington
confirms tho news. Tho Japanese
put a superior force of Chiuoso com
pletely to rout. It was tho opinion
of tho legation officors that the re
ports of a previous battle, wherein it
was saitl the Japanese were defeated
wit h a Ions of 'J(KX), were exaggerated.
President Cleveland has practical
ly decided to unite with Great
Britain, Germany aud Italy to pre
serve, forcibly, tho neutrality of what
aro known as the treaty porta of
China during the war between that
empire and Japan. The plan was
suggested by Lord Kosebery, the
uriiish Premier, but negotiations
mostly been coutiucted in
Washington by Sir Julien Paunco-
lute, the lirltish kmltaxsauor, liaron
Eava, thn Italian Embassador, and
Secretary Gresham, representing
their respective Governments. An
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
vr Tib Brand will ilisjs t
n4H ! I PntarMoti Oom Agnutit
earnest attempt has bw,n made to i
bring M. Patenotro,tho French Em-
hassadur, and Prince Cantacuzene,
the Russian Minister, into the nego
tiations, but, under instructions from
their Governments, these diplomats
have kept away from Washington.
The Japanese Government has
apologized to Great Britain for sink
ing the transport Kow Staling while
flying the British flag. She was sunk
by the Japanese cruiser Naniwa-Kan
(lately on a protracted stay at Hono
lulu) The Chinese ship was officer
ed by English and had sailed beforo
war was declared.
A despatch from Tien Tsin, China,
July 31, reported a naval engage
ment, in which the Japanese were
said to have sunk the powerful
Chinese ship Chen Yuen, and cap
tured or destroyed two other cruis
ers. Tho story has since been dis
credited. SUCCESS Or THK DBLKOA.TX8.
I Favorable Reports from Washington
John A. Cummins, one of the
Queen's delegates to Washington,
I has tolcgraphed to his son saying
that the prospects of tho mission
I were favorable.
Major Seward sends a telegram
dated Washington, August 3, to
another gentleman. It is in tho
. Hawaiian languago and the follow
ing is a translation of itt
"Every thins working satisfactor
ily. Wo nave aeon Gresham. Shall see
the President to-morrow."
A Boston Boy's Eyesight
aved-Porhaps His Ufa
Br Ucod'a (tanaparilU-DIe4
aoned by Canker.
Itea4 the following from a patera! saofhen
"My little boy had Scarlet Ferer when A years
old. and It Ion hlra very weak and with bloo4
bvIm4 wlili canker. Ilia eyes becaaw
ao Inflamed that hti sufferlaci war tnUaaa, aa4
for a eret weeks he
Could Not Opon HIb Eyes.
I took hlra twice during that time loth Kya
and Ear Infirmary on Charlrs street, but taett
remedies (ailed to do bint the hlntait shadow
of (ood. I commenced airing bta Iloodl
Sanaporilli and It anon eurrd him. I nan
netrr doubted th.-it It enved hla alghl.avM
It dm hU very life. You may Uie this te
UmunMlnany way you choose, laa always
ready to sound Um pralte o
because ot the wonderful good it did my sen."
Arinta P. Vvlcxmxx, 3888 Waahlnston St,
Boitcn. Ma.il. Pet UOODa.
HOOD'S PiLLS ' nu4 m4, ana are
rlilllKON. NKWMAN X H).,
A,Rfiit for Hawaiian Ilanrt.
liiililm Roll! Bazaar.
W. r. Reynolds. . Prop
(ootid Relldtilt aoo Good Value. "VJ
II Ij IlllKBiBaSl fjJkLRy
614 Port Street
Woolen Dn bs GaodM .... 15c (
Former price 7Aa
Scotch Ginghams 19c
Former price '
Victoria T.awns, 10 yardH
White Lawns and Muslins
French Sateens 25c
Boy's Suits that formerly
sold for $10 and $0 a
Suit arc now reduced
to $3 60 and $1
This is positively tliu
last week of my Clearance
Solo. 1 have already received
a large stock of good- from
Europe, and expect a larger
stock from the Stites hy the
S. S. "Aitctnilin." Theso
gools will tie pliuud on my
bIii'Kos for inspection next
week, and I can promise you
something new and novel in
rtcvcwil dilTcnnt lines and at
prices that will uit everyone.
.1. J. Wt X.
"KA MAIMS" Store will
hold a Clearance Sale, of tto
Stock of Good beginning
Thursday, Aug. Oth, and con
tinue to the end of the month.
This Store will go out of
businras at that time.
Come and ju'ck out what
you want before it is all gone.
ye Balf the Amount of Tour Oil
B1U Through Bavins In PiffinMt.
Every painter chotiUI mm Lucol in
ati'Hil of LiiiHci'il Oil, licciiiiHu:
I.ucoL Is more durable than I.lnicM
I.rrot. In moru tciiiwintcal
Bix yi'urn ut itutiiul tio in ixtirior
Ikiiim) paiiiiiuK in CulifornU (the
most tryitiK clinnitu for jmiutc), in
tliu ImrniiiK licit of tho Arunnn Des
ert, tho Arctic cold of Alakii, unit on
tho Atliinliu co.tHt, luivu fully ami
practically i-linwti thnt Lccoi, alwnyn
ontweurrt I.iiibccil Oil ttnilcr tliu utm
coiulitiiiiiH. All the .tciil wurkn in
San FianciM'o have discarded I.in
HCtil Oil for Ll'imi..
ILI.USTUATK THIS YOUItSEI.F
I'll t HtroiiK iimtnnnia on Llncctil and
J.ucol (laintH. Thti Lusted paints
um doiitriiyc'd in u few niinutci; the
Liicol paints arc irautically unallcct
cd. IMtOOF THAT LUL'OL IS MOUE
ISrc.ik up IJ Hit, piifto white lend
in one pint of I. rem., und lho cam.
itiantity in one pint of I.iiiHfcd Oil.
Sprt'itd the paintH on Hinil.ir dnrk
surfitccii for t'onip.trii-oii. Tin l.ui'ol
iuint hptu.uls tin far un und cuvitk
much hcttur than the I.in-cud liuiit
Co (;ct ciitally )ood covcriuK with the
l.iuM-i'd ) tint you havu lo um' 2 lhc. i
of whin lead to ono pint of Limited J
Oil. Thn tufaiiH a divine of I Hi. of
paUt lend to t'.ich pint of l.ucoi. iihcd,
or 0 lln. to (ury Kallou, ('univalent
to your Hitviui; mi. id than half tho
first cobI of tho l.tvoi..
1,1,'coi. is not in competition with
cheap KiiiHccd Oil ruhnlitutus.
WM. G. IRWIN C0
Mints for the Bat aiian istinds
Adeline Black Stockings !
N S. SACHS'
fort Streaeat, Honolulu
Adeline Black Stockings
Are certainly THK BR8T. They sr rery K'rMIc, Fast illeck an4 are
bsoliitelr 8UltiIe. We have thetn for
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND HEN
In all Sites end Qualities, In Plain Cotton, n Lisle
Thread, In Open Work and Drop Htltoh
Call for Adeline Black Stockings I
WK AL80 HAVK THK
HKRMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warranted Fait Black, for Ladlei In all Sites which we are
$2 SO a Dotrn l'alr.
SALES AND RUMORS OF SALES !
The number of merchants who aro about to
dispose of their entire stock, for the benefit of their
fellow creatures, is truly remarkable and the utter
disregard for consequences so far as tln-y (the
sellers) are concerned is another singular feature of
the day. Buying and selling Dry Good is a pecu
liar business aud one that requires constant atten
tion, and judging from the number of alleged
"Clearance Sales" some of our
have a stock of goods that arc
worn. I sell Dry Goods at u fair
you your money's worth.
Dry Goods after the "Australia'' comes, watch this
Ll. S. LEVY,
Who has removed from Hotel street to Benson,
Smith & Co.'s old place, Fort street.
to) Cli St., "TIIBU lliet.'
iBtoil Nt 339 P. 0. Boi 107.
Chineuo, Japauesti and Indian i . ihl
Indian Silks, Luctis and Linens,
fapuncBu Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Searth,
Grass Cloth, Kattun Chairs, Ktc, Ktts.
t3A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters und a complete line of Hnglish nd
American SuitingH. Perfect fit guaranteed.
DAUUMKKKU, LINRNH. LAWNB. MUHl.lNb
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Haia I
HOMETUINO NKW JUST OUT
TrniikH, ValiBes, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Kuj., Ku-..
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
II NUUAJtfll STREK1
M kkciiaiXT Tail ok,
PIT 4ND F1NISB GDARANTEEU
OaNhiiifruh and Sorgs Juhi liCHtvod 1
Ory OoodB, Fancy OoodH. LawnH, Etc, Elu.,
Temple of Fashion
151 E'oia Street.
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urg iaaertatBt ol Ladtu' and CUlldna't Bbva.
Large Line of Summer Goods t
LarK Hitb of Wttolwui at 2Tk. Flaunoottt, 111 yartU for f 1 HI
lirowu ami White (Jottoua, from 8 to 'JO yanlu, 11.00 ptr iiioce
AmonkjiaK UiuKhanta, 12 yartln for f 1.00. Ghuu ami LailltV Batbinu Suit
Silkk, battUH, Sorgo, Lawua autl Drew GootU of Hvorj (liriptiiin
M:. Q. BILVA, Proprietor.
Diiily HuUotiu 50
Just to Hand
shoddy or shelf
prollt and give
If you are in
lt-85 Ilfijt St., Odir liaiilei A
i iDtail Tele, 685
P 0 BOX 101
of Every Desonptiuu
Contn por Mouth.