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SATURDAY, AUG. 25, 1894
SATURDAY, Ang. SS.
Am bk 0 I) Bryant, Jaco1cn, 18 days
from Sun Kmncfoco
8 B Arawa, Stuart, from Victoria, H 0
Btmr Mokolll from Maul, I.niial and Molo-
Satcriiay, Aug 2.ri.
II B1I8 Ohnruplon, ltookc, for Nccker
B 8 Arawa, Stuart, for Colonics at 1 mid
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Htmr Iwalant for Lahnlna and llonokaa at
Btmi Mokolll for Molokal and Unnal
From Victoria, per 8 8 Arawa, Aug IS
8 Cattle. Miss Kolgltr. Miss Watson, Miss
Leonard, Mr l'crry, Mr llakcr, Urine War
lng. XX)OAIi AND GENERAL NKWB.
Sevnral railroad mon and a quan
tity of railroad material for tho ex
tension of tbe Oabu Railway liuo
rrired by the S. S. Arawa.
Mrs. Hoting and family roturuotl
from Niu yesterday afUr a stay of
four weeks. Mrs. Hotiug gave a
farewell luau ou Thursday.
All the Govorninimt physiciaus
have not taken the oath of fealty to
the republic, as n contemporary has
stated. Dr.McKibbiu is an excep
tion. Having served successive Gov
ernments for many years without be
ing required to take test oaths, ho
declined to be coerced at this par
Mr. Godfrey Brown has rocoived
tho following telegram from Mr.
Lilleuthal, dated Sau Francisco,
16th August: Senate tariff bill pass
od. New houso amend tnouts are po
litical material for fall campaign.
Tariff changes sugar nchcdulu this
or next Cougrcs most unlikely.
Another toIigrnm states that tho
free sugar bill has passed tho house
and was in the Senate referred to
the Fiuanco Committee.
This means that sugar is all right.
Tho duty goes.
Lydia K. Cummins has issued out
a writ of libol for divorce against
her husband, D. II. Davis. F. M.
Hatch for libollant.
The sale of laud by H. Smith,
commissioner, to-day, in tho estate
of Autonio Mouteiro, brought S150.
A. Marques was tho purchaser.
Hawaii Loft Out.
According to an olllcial statomont
issued by tho Domlniou Govern
ment, it lias been decided to aban
don Hawaii as a port for tho lauding
of tho Canadian-Australian cable.
If you can stand n little
plain honcBt talk thin week
of the kind that makes food
for mcditut.on und prayer, wo
will proceed. We are in busi
ness to make money, and do
it in this way : We buy di
rect; we sell direct j we buy
the best goods our monoy can
get for the leant money they
can be obtained ; that covers
the buying branch of the busi
ness'. Now for the soiling
branch : We have the stock ;
the goodri are just what we
represent them to be, noth
ing more or nothing less;
our prices cover our legiti
mate profit. We do not be
long to the class of trade that
soils below cost, we haven't
the money or inclination. We
have n ver made any unparal
leled bargains, smoke, lire,
water or red Hag prices, sim
ply because- we have never
cared for the class of trade
that believes any Bane mer
chant can do such a thing.
This tells tho hUtory of the
forty odtl years of our suc
cess. The doctors are all of one
mind on the UNDHItWHSAK
question ; they agree that fre
quent changes are absolutely
necessary. Wo anticipated
this and have an immense and
. well selected stock. We want
to specially call your attention
this week to our MUSLIN
UNDEUWKAK. Tt's worth
while to call and look at the
trimmings on them.
Fortunately we had a large
older pliiccd with the factory
in JSrusHcis tor r. ), uoiscts.
Wo ran out of some sizes but
can give any si.e you want
as they have arrived. We also
received a dir et iiuportutioii
of Emhioidcrcd mid .Scolloped
goods are worth every cent
we ask for them.
FLANNELETTES at 8
yards lor J?1.0u.
M. F. EULIfiltS it CO.
IiOOAX. AJRTD QXMXSAIi NKWB
Robert Mora has gone to Hawaii.
A report of
Purser Rao has tho thanks of
Bulletin for favors.
Cricket practice this aftornoon on
tho Recroation Grounds.
Don't miss the "Ladies' Column"
to-day. Its perusal will pay.
Tho Governmont band plays at
Emma Square this afternoon.
Jas. F. Morgan has a notice in ro
gard to Chai. Girdler's affairs.
Tho Bishop of Syduoy is ono of
tho through passengers on tho S. S.
Rov. Eric Lmvis will lead tho Y.
M. O. A. mooting Sunday evening at
At Mr. Levey's salo of land to-day
at Fuuahou, lot 1 brought S2G0 and
lot 2 brought $205.
If you want to know what a strong
horso is, read tho new advertisomeut
of the California Feed Co.
Alex. Cartwright has begun
planting on a rauch ho has
chased at San Luis Obispo.
Tho Champion leaves at 4 o'clock
for Keeker Island. She goos from
thnro direct to Esquimau, not re
turning to Honolulu at all.
Charles Lennox, tho Ewa planta
tion policeman, lias been arrosted
and will bo tried in Honolulu for
assault aud battery ou August 31.
Somo fiuo furniture and rare
housohold articlos are listed in tho
notlco of tho salo of Mr. Nacayatna's
effects by Mr. Lovoy on Friday next.
Tho Sydney Mail contains an ap
preciative obituary notice and a
Portrait of tho late Chas. Turner,
usbaud of tho "Hawaiian Night in
gaio." Two young mon, one a Hawaiian,
the only two who wore saved from
tho wreck of tho schooner Winifred
iu tho Bohring Soa, have arrived on
tho S. S. Arawa.
E. X. Requa, ono of tho candi
dates for tho superiutendency of
tho Iusatio Asylum, has very favor
able testimonials from asylum physi
cians in the States.
Tho dance of tho Hoalani Boat
Club at Independonco Park will be
ou Septomber 7. Mr. Wright will
havo tho pavilion lighted with eloo
trinity before tho date.
The yellow flag was flying at tho
masthead of tho S. S. Arawa when
she was off port this morning. It
was pulled up by mistake, as there
was no sickness ou board.
A meeting of tho Honolulu Social
and Dancing Club will bo bold at
the Tdistlo Club rooms this evoning
at 7:00, for organization. All mem
boru aro requested to atteud.
There will b an extra concort by
tho Government band at tho Ha
waiian Hotel this evening, in honor
of tho Countess of Glasgow and
other passongors by tho Arawa.
A splendid program has been ar
ranged for Wray Taylor's concert at
Kaumakapili Church, Tuesday even-
iug, SeptomlMr 4. The bust talent,
amateur aud professional, appears.
Tho Christian Herald (N'ew York),
Talmagu's paper, of August 8 has a
portrait of tho editor of the Bulle
tin surrounded by tho scouo of the
proclamation of tho Republic on
r rauk Jullivar was sentenced to
ay a tluo of $100 in tbe District
to-day, on conviction of soil
iiiK limior without a license. Frank
is proprietor of tho three-milo house
uuar tho Pali.
Tho S. S. Arawa
was nine days
coming over from Vaucouver. S
was detaiued by fogs. Sho had a
few passongors for this port and a
good freight list. She will leave for
tho Colonies at 12 o'clock to-night.
A Washington despatch of tho
lllh iust. says Secretary Herbert
ha ordered tho Charleston to pre
pare to atari tor uorea as soon as
possible. It is added that the
Charleston will touch at Honolulu
ou tho way.
J. W. Chapmau caters for ban
quots, socials, private diuuers and
garden parties. Weddings a special
ty. Ho cau bo fouud at all hours at
Sans Soucl or will call on any ladies
or goutlemeu who will address him
through tho Post OfhVo.
The now lawn rakos advertised by
tho Hawaiian Hardware Co. aro an
innovation horo and must very soon
toko tho place of the old stylo ones
thut havo beou iu vogue for a cen
tury. People whoso tastes run to
artistic lamps will find pleasure iu a
visit to tho company's store.
W. C. Achi secured judgment for
$100 agaiiixt Alice K. Ayers in the
DUtriul Court yesterday afternoon.
Achi had beou ougugou as assisting
couuhol in tho breach of promise
suit of Mihs Ayers aguiust Wui.
Mahuka, without the knowledge of
oilier counsel. The suit was for
Mrs. M. M. Thirds will be pleased
to rei-eivo all who wUli information
on Theofophical subjects f IiIh after
iiooii from two to four ut the So
cioty'ri hall upstairs in the Foster
mock, .Nuuatiu street, him will also
answer any queries portaiuiug to
the subject whiuh may bo addressed
Tim Uou itotmmlmf
tlid ntlciitlull of tliu DiHtrk-t
trato all this forenoon, and is still
being heard this aftornoon. Evi
dence adduced wan to the effect that
C. Haiiimtr, the defendant in the
cafe, had been seen about the prem
ise of J. Itttrgeuseu, who had care
of tho dog, the afternoon the animal
was found dead. Tho stomach of
the dog, which was a half uiaMiff
half kangaroo, wai examined by
Prof. Lyons aud fouud to contain
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Victoria, B. C, Aug. 10.
lly 8. Arawa.
THE ORIENTAL WAR
(For Intest tear mk et jlh page,)
It is said that the Anglo-Russian
efforts to bring peacobotween China '
ana Japan nave failed. Uhina in-1
siits upon rotainiug her suzerain
rights ovor Corea. China was will
ing to negotiate with reference to
the proposed reforms, but became i
I " . l 1,1
Incensed on hnarintr of the siukinir
of tho Kow-Shing, and a settlement
is now considered improbable.
Germany has declared neutrality.
Tho Christian Herald of Now
York has undertaken to raise a con
tribution of 1000 barrels of flour for
tho starving Coreans. As the Coro
an Miuister. iu warmly returniug
thanks for tho effort, says his noun
try cannot afford the means of trans
port, tho Christian Herald has ask
ed the Unltod States Government
to furnish transportation.
Sir Edward Grey. Under Secretary
of tho Foroign Ofllce, said in tho i
House of Commons that Groat Bri
tain would hold Japan responsible
for the loss of British llfo and pro
perty from the sinking of tho Kow
Shing. Tho Western Union Telegraph
Company's central cablo oflico at
Mow York uas recoived a despatch
from Shaughoi, stating that the Chi-1
neso laud lines to Corea aro totally i
interrupted. Tho cablo route via
Nagasaki, beyond Fuau, is also
iutorrupted. With tho single oxenn
tion of Fusan, Corea is completely
cut off from all telegraphic com
munication. A large number of Japaneso o Ul
cers studying in Europe aro hurry
lug homo for tho war.
John W. Flood, ex-cashier of the
Donohoo-Kelly Bank, Sau Francisco,
on an indictment charging him with
lelontousiy altoring a deposit tag
which accompanied a chock for
510,000, In April, 1891, has boon com-'
rri.r nM.t.i..i t.., r..i.tM..,
for Buzztrd Bay tliN
xuu Aivoiuuub luib nasuiuutcu i
lUifflllUK. Aiu I
4 b X rm ITn
went ou advice of his physician in
-, , ,
tho hope of shaking off au attack of
malaria. lie was accompauied only
by his physician. All tbe way to
Philadelphia ho was under massage
treatment. Nobody was allowed to
spoak to him. Tho physician denied
that tho Prosideut was seriously HI.
Tho freo sugar bill has boon re
ferred to tho fluauco commit tee.
Tho voto on tho freo sugar bill was
1)2 yeas and 18 nays. Tho roll call
was proceoded with on tho samo mo
tion in relation to freo iron.
A New Orleans despatch says the
Cassago of tho Gormau tariff bill
as thrown a damper on commercial
dealings in Now Orleans. At loast
two-thirds of tho population look
to tho sugar industry for support
and any legislation unfavorable to
ugar has a decided bad effect on all
other commerce out of sympathy
for Louisiana'n principal product.
Tho sugar oxebango yesterday was
in a turmoil, tho members declaring
that tho iudustry would surely bo
Reports from Pretoria. South
Africa, state that tho Katlirs con
tinue to kill tho Boor fanners.
Troops wero expected to arrivo at
tho scouo on the 10th inst.
On Aug. 8 the Nicaraguans occu
pied Bluotlolds. Thoy lowered tho
Mosquito flag, loaded it into a can
non aud firod a salute with it to the
Nicaraguan flag. Tho British aud
American marines woro withdrawn
at tho roouest of tho Nicaraguau
general. 1 here was a reign of terror
among tho native inhabitants whuu
tho Nicaraguans occupied tho place,
as there were rumors that thoy in
tended to kill the natives. The na
tives rushed to the docks and beg
ged to be taken away. Nearly all
were takon by the British mau-of-
A Strong Horse
IS THE RESULT OF UMNO
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
J.ist ArrUcd ter "S. fl. Wll.lrr."
CAM. AND SKI. PS.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Cornfr Qiipii A Nuimnn Sts
Both Tki.i.piioni.s 121.
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
vr This Brand will lwys Do
3bltch.ll ic DCotorocn, Coaot
war Mohawk to Port Limon. The
romaindor were taken away by pri
vate boots, ThoNicarauan general
at once proclaimed martial law.
Thero was much disappointment on
tho part of tho American residents
on the withdrawal of tho marines.
Tho captain of tho cruiser Marble
head refused protection to Ameri
cans Implicated in political intrigues
and thoy left the country.
A despatch from Port Limon,
Costa Rica, of tho 12h, to London
Times announce the arrival of the
Mnlmwk nnd adds:
"Bluofields was rotaken by two
tnouxand Micaraguans, wno arriveu
from Rama and Greytown, aboard
transports fly iug tho United States
flag. Tho Amoncan marines re-em'
barked on their approach, abandon
. .a ft f 1 i .. u. .. u u f
ing 1 110 American rcsiutims, nmu) ui
whom romoved tho national flag
from their homes, trampled on it
and hoisted the British flag. The
Nicaraguan oflicials on entering tho
government houso hauled dowu tho
Aug and tore it to shreds, hoisted
the Mosquito flag and arrested num
erous Americans aud Jamaicans sus
pected of sympathising with Chief
Clarence. 'Captain Stewart went
iuto prison and rescued all who wore
willing to claim British protection.
Tho Mohawk remains at Port Limon
awaitim? orders from Great Britain.
Chief Clarence is
Chief Clarence is still aboard tho
Saudow, the strong man, was mar
ried at Manchester on tho 8th Inst,
to Miss Blanche Brookes, tho daugh
ter of a local photographer.
At 5 o'clock this morning Santo
Cnwarjo, tho asaSn of President
Garuot, was guillotined at a point
"P0Ul moirus "om lU0 P.r"on
Ho was in a state of torror. When
tho attendants seized him to lay
him under tho knifo he struggled
, fiercoly to freo himsolf. At 4 55
o'clock all was ready. Ctesario
shouted: "Courage, comrades! Long
live anarchy 1" The knifo fell at ft
o'clock exactly, and Ctesario's hoad
fell iuto tho basket.
Tho Welluiau expedition has ar
rived at Tromsoe, Norway, all well
and iu good spirits.
Tho London Daily Nnws states
thero has been great activity in all
markets since tho passage of tho
American tariff bill. Metal, copper
mul tin aro 0M,eciniJr icto'ln anti-
ci.Mition or a large American domand
for tin plates.
It. tint llnitBf. il ITnmmftnB Att
In tho Houfo of Commons
u t..v a.i.tvj w. ww..iaaaw..( mi
amendment to the Miners' Eight
Hour bill was carried, 112 to 107,
making it operative only iu districts
wherein a majority of tho electors
decided iu favor of It. On tho pas
sago of this amendment tho bill was
immediately withdrawn by its pro
motor. Tho Houso of Lords has thrown
out tho Evicted Tenants bill, one of
tho most important measures of tho
Government's Irish policy.
G. R. Harrisou, practical piano
and organ maker aud tuner, cau fur
uish best factory references. Orders
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to In the same a done
Mr. David U. Jordan
Colorless, Emaciated, Helpleii
A Complef Our by MOODB
This Is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and ono of tho most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
"Fourteen jrrarsoto I had tn attack of tbo
fravaLral two ilnoo been troubled with say
Llvor and Kidneys
iraduallr growing worte. Thraa 7ari ar I
got down ao low that eold Maraalr wlk.
I lookf d more !: ft eorpis thin a Ilrtng botng.
I Imd no aiipelllB una lor Ove ) I
ihlac kai url. I was badly emaciated
aud bad no moro color than rl -llood'a
thoujtht! would try It Before I had Bnlibed
Uie nrit bollle I noticed that I fult b'tur. ao
tered leu, the laOamaaatiea Ike Mad
der had tululilnl, ths color began to return
my face, and I el . AUer
I bad taken three bottlM I ooubl eat anyUilnf
without hurtlnB me. , Why, I got hungry
that I had to eat 6 time ft day. I bT no
fully recorered, thanks to
I feel wrll aad aaa well. All who know
tea m.irvel to co mo ao well." I. M. JonPAlf.
wtltt dli .itlon. eure headache and btueuaaaa.
Mtiiutufi, .shWMA.N a ;u.
Ik'tin' for Hn'rallaii IhImk
I N PITItSUANOI. OK THi: T Kit MS OI-'
I n rvnu'ii morlRup' ma.lu liy I'liitrkt
OlnlliT to mi nil "iviniiitb iluo it t in urc
now iiuyalili! to inn nt my oillco, or ut tln
oillctinl Mr. J.
J AM Km V.
AI'AKTNKIt IN roi-TI.K l'l.ANTl
tlon-Miiull Cni'lliil UiMiilnil Kili-n
did Ilivi'sliiit-nl KiKiniru Hui.m:iin (llllru
(ooiid RbiMhir, and Good VhIdh. m
J. J. EGAN
614 Fort Street.
My Clearance Stile was a
atieceBS. Il did jn.st what I
intended, vIj.. : chared my
shelves and gave me room to
diHplny iny New Goods. They
are all open and ready for in
Kpection. I shall only men
tion a few leaders to-day and
I want to head the lit with
We have all the btaiidard
brands and in the latest
shades. We also received a
large assortment of
Silk Gloves and Mills,
Thousands of yards of tlm
above goods at reasonable
Now we have mentioned
something that catches your
eye; these Corsets aro the
latest thing out easy, com
fortable, perfect fit, prettily
finished, and what more
need I nay.
These goods are
that ever graced my
their equal cannot be
i'l.AIN AM) DOrrKD
Swiss Dress Goods
W1IITK AND COLOItlili
Dimities, Storm Serges
A word all the above
goods arc absolutely new, aud
as the real en tale man said.
"If you want to gi t iu on the
ground floor, noiV in your
For business only,
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rnVil S.VI. I'OllMKItl.Y (IP TOUT
il fiirni, iliiuiiiiitii, Imvliiii iiiuilu mi
ii.iiliiinil to mo for tint Itflirlll ol IiIh urn
illlom, nil iHrkiniii IiuvIiik rlnliim iij;iiIiii
mlil cliilu urn ruiiiiin to p'ru'iit tlicin
to mi. nt my iilllcit Mllliln onuHcck from
iluti. uf lor lileli tlmu noiiu IU Ihi n.
luni'il. I II. KKItll.
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Adeline Black Stockings !
JST. S. SACHS
rtnio ron t3tree)t, Honolulu
The Adeline Black Stockings
Are certainly TUB I1K8T. They are rery lHantlc, Fast Black and are
absolutely Stainless. We hare tliiin for
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
In all Sites and Qualities, In Plain Cotton, In Mule
Thread, in Often Work and Urop Htlfli
Call for Adeline Black Stockings !
HERMSDORF BLACK STOCKliNGS
Warranted Fast lllack, for Udlcs In all Sires which we are aellln
lift) a Doren IVilr.
Freneh aud Scotch Ginghams (new).. .10c, 20c. and 25c.
Victoria Lawns (new), 10 yds for 75c.
White Dress C4oods (new). .10., 15c, 20c, 25c, HOc, 35c
White and Colored Dimities (new) 20c. and 25c
Flannelletta, all colors, (new) 10 yds for $1.00
The old maxim
the sun" knocked out. Call
Who is now settled iu
Kwong Sing Loyf
07 IlB St.. "Tftoou Block.
lataal Tele. 33. p, 0. Box 207.
Chinese, Japaueso ami Iiirimu (Joo.Ui
Indian Silks, Laces aud Linens,
.lnmueie Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls aud Suartu,
Grass Cloth, Ratttm Chairs, Etc., Kt-..
rA Comnlete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Culture and a complete line of Eni;lMh nnd
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OAHHMKKKB, l.INKNH, I.AWNU. MtlBl.lMs
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hnta I
SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT
Truiikh, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Clotlis, Oil (jluth, Ktt. KJi.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Temple of Fashion
51 JFort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urge oMortmeBt ol Ladlea' and Children's Sbuaa.
Large Line of Summer Good I
LarK Huh of WooIoiih ut fliti, Flaiuiolettoa, lit yjinlH for t I.UI
Brown ami Whitw Cottona, from to 20yanU, fl.OO iwr pittfu.
moslwKr OJukUhiub, 12 ynrda for 11.00. O.uitn' and LmmV Hat hum Mnii
llka. Sat ma. SnrKMH, Lawun ami Draa Good of miry (lfucription.
M. C3-. BILVA, Proprietor.
Ill NDUANU 8THKK1.
Dry, Fancy and White Dress Goods!
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Etc, Etc
aflaf- Hiylw aiul Kit Unarnntrtil, 1'rlwa MntUrat. -m
Mutual Tele-rolione 548
Daily Bullolin 50
Just to Hand
"There is nothinir new under
and be convinced.
Henson, Smith & Co.'s
11-83 Klof, St., nm IidsiIii ll
S Hmnal Tele. W
P. 0. Boi 107.
ContB por Month,