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MONDAY, AUG. 27, 1894
Si him v, Aue. 20.
Btrar Clnndlno from Mmtl
Btmr Mtknliftla from Knttnl
Btrar Walaleale from Kannl
Monday, Ane. 27.
BBHelglo, Walker, 13 day from Yoko
Monday, Aug. '27.
Btmr Knnla for Walunac, Walalua and
Mukulela at 0 a tu
Btrar Iwalanl for Lnhalna and llonokaa at
Btmi Mokolil for Molokal and Lanal
Btmr Hawaii for Hawaii
LOCAL AHD QEKEKAIi 9XWB.
Tho band plays at Emma Square
Lodge le Progres meets this even
ing. Regular monthly business.
Minister Willis Has Audience of Pre
sident Dole and Cabinet.
LATEST WAR NEWS.
His Excelloncy A. S. Willis, United
. ...... i cuaiua jitiivuy miiauiuiuaiv rauu
The merry-go rountl will only bo Minister Plenipotentiary, had audi
run on Saturday evenings after this. '
TmmIi Leaving To-morrow.
B 8 Belglc, Walker, for 8nn Francisco
Dtiur Ciaudlne for ports un Alaal at 6 1 ru
Htmr Aincanaia tor Kauai am p in
Btmr Walalcale for Kauai at 4 u in
i, F b
From tho Orient per B 8 Hclglc, An
J LazartH. .Mrnilatu ami n children
Dortcti, W U Smith and 32 jHpaueiie.
From Kami, pvrMmr Mltahala, Aug 20
Mils BtPlla Iajvb, Mrs W II Itire and 0
cblldien, 11 1 Fae, W K II Vevrilll, Miss
Boreno, MUs Maria Citniiulna, W K Ho
well Geo 11 FalMilld, 1' Wo.ir and 100
Krun Maul, per gtmr ('lotidlno, Aug 'M
President I)jle Mm 0 W Dav, Mi! W
Kilep, Mn Mtlamptiy and '2 children, L
Von Tempsky, F F MedemDii, Mrs Came
ron, Mrs Konake, 11 Giles ami 2ion, "ro
Lonls, lire) William, Jlro Aniliouy, Mrs
Carter, P (lleason. Mrs Scott, J 11 Murduck,
l)r Meiselhoft, J W Kelkel mid wl'e, O A
Hcflrrnan. Mr tfehacfer, 0 II Judd, A F
Judd, Jr, Jas Judd and 72 deck.
For Ban Frsnclrco, cr B B Helglc, Aug
27 Mr Knudscn.
KAM ANO-ln ttil city, Aujrutt 27, to tho
wile of l'etrr Kainaiio, a son.
BEA At llannmautti,
torla A Htn
Kauai, Mm. Via
If you can stand a little
plain honest talk this week
of the kind that makes food
for meditaton and prayer, we
will proceed. We ure in busi
iichs to make money, and do
it in this way : We buy di
rect ; we sell direct ; we buy
the best goods our money can
get for the leant money they
can be obtained ; that covers
the buying branch of tho busi
ness. Now for the selling
brunch : We have the stock ;
the goods are just what we
represent them to be, noth
ing more or nothing less;
our prices cover our legiti
mate prolit. "Wo do not be
long to the class of trade that
sells below cost, we haven't
tho money or inclination. We
have in ver made any unparal
leled bargains, smoke, lire,
water or red llag prices, sim
ply b(ciue we have never
cared for tho class of trude
that believes any sane mer
chant can do such a thing.
This tells tho hUory of the
forty odd yeurs of our suc
cess. - Tho doctors are all of one
mind on tho UNDKKWMAK
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
tins w-ok to our MUhLlW
UJNDERWEAli. It's worth
while to call and look at the
trimmings on them.
Fortunately we had a large
older plnccd with tho factory
in Brussels for 1. U. Corsets.
"Wo ran out of some sizes but
can give any size you want
us they have arrived. Wo also
received a dir ct imnortutioit
of Embioidercd and Scolloped
goods are worth every cent
we ask for them.
FLANNELETTES at 8
yards tor 1.00.
B. F. KHLKHS & CO.
H. B. M. S. Champion loft port on
Saturday afternoon for Neckur Isl
and. Private parties and plcuioa in tho
mountains were numerous yesterday.
The S. S. Arawa did not leavo un
til early yesterday morning for tho
The Fronoh tourists caso is being
heard in tho District Court this
Morgan sells rare ferns and palms
on Wednesday, at tho residence of
Major J. 11. Wodohouoo.
Tho adjournnd quartorly meeting
of tho Union Feed Co., LTd. is an
nounced for Wednesday at 10 a. m.
Prof. Burger has got a new march.
It is called "Nuuanu Valloy," and
will be played thisovoningat Emma
The Registration Board's trip
round the island gathered 207 vot
ers. That makes tho total for the
Regular annual meeting of the
Hawaiian Sportsman's Association
to-morrow night at Hawaiian Hotel,
Tho mortgage salo of property
situated at Koloa, Kauai, advertised
to take place on 2Jth August has
been postponed to Sept. fith.
President Dole and party return
ed from the deer-hunting grounds
on Molokal yesterday. It is report
ed that tho President shot four deer.
The Chinose and Japanoso woro
more than numerous about tho Post
OQlco to-day. They worn waiting to
hear tho uews from tho scene of war.
Q. O. Nacayama, Inspector Gon
eral of Immigrants, leaves on tho
China for a four months' vacation
which tho Qovorumuut has granted
The concert by the Government
band at tho Hawaiian Hotol on
Saturday ovoning was much appreci
ated by through passotigers on tho
A man and woman can argun
pleasantly until thoy marry each
othor and then they can't. Try 17
bars of soap for $1.20, and a package
ol itu Dozes roKio parior maicues
for 10c. Mutual telephone ill 1.
O. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, oau fur
nlsh best faolory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
(uaraut(M to tm lhaame a (inn
J. V. Chapman caters for ban
nuetd. socials, private dinners and
garden parties. Weddings a special
ty. He can be found at all hours at
Sans Souci or will call on any ladies
or gentlemen who will address him
through tho Post OmVo.
War uews in au exchange says
that the Japanese warships Taka-
ehilio and Hi Yel. both of which
have been in Honolulu, engaged the
Chinese ironclad Chen Yueu. Thoy
were beaten off, but had damaged
tho Chinese ship considerably.
It is reported that Albert Wol),
formerly tu the Provisional uovern
mont forces, and a faruiltur charac
ter in police circles, has had his hoad
chopped ou in China. Ho Is said
to have joined tho Chinese army
and deserted it. Being caught bis
head had to go.
Mrs. Thirds' able and interesting
series of lectures will bo continued
on Friday at the usual time and
place. Subject: "Iteiucarnation." It
is expected that the audience will be
largo, as Mrs. Thirds has made her
reputation as a thinker, leader, and
opeakor, and tbis lecture will Ihj one
of the most interesting in tho series
to the thoughtful inquirer.
Dr. McLeuuan lait week received
ohotourapha of scenes in Cook's
Island, Uarotonga, where he is inter
ested iu a coffee plantation. There
is a splendid htroain and a lake,
bordered by luxuriant tropical
vegetation. Dr. MoLennan's part
ner has secured a lease of 100 acres
of grand coffee land in tho island
for fifty years at very reasonable
The S. S. Belgio, Captain Walker,
arrived to-day about 1!) days from
Yokohama. The eauso of the delay
was head winds and rough weather.
Sho brought one thousaud tons of
Oriental merchandise, one of the
largest cargoes over imported here
from the Orient. The Belgiu did
not bring auy Chinese passengers
but instoad brought thirty-seven
. enco of S. B. Dole, President of tho
I Republic of Hawaii, In the presi
I deutial chamber at tho Executive
building, at 11 o'clock this morning.
Besides tho two principal function
aries namoti, there wore present: F.
M. Hatch, Ministor of Foreign Af
fairs; J. A. King, Minister of tho
Interior; S. M. Damon. Minister of
Finance; W. O. Smith, Attorney
General; Lorrin A. Thurston, Ha
waiian Minister to Washington, and
Goo. (J. Poller. Secretary of tho
Foroign Office. Mr. Willis delivered
an address and handed President
Dolo a letter from President Cleve
land. Tho President replied to tho
Minister's address, after which Mr.
Willis shook hands with tho Presi
dent and tho Ministers. Following
aro tho addresses and President
SrCECtt 11T MINISTER WILMS.
Tho right of the poople of tho
Hawaiian Islands to establish their
own form of government has been
formally acknowledged both by tho
executivo and legislative depart
ments of tho United States.
It seemed proper, therefore, so far
as I, tho Diplomatic Agent, had tho
right, to exteud recognition to the
Republic of Hawaii, it having been
created under tho forms of law and
existing without offoctivo opposition.
The action thus taken ha, 1 am
glad to state, been fully approved
by the proper authorities at Wash
ington. As the highest evidonce of
that fact I havo recoived an auto
irranh letter from tho Prosidout of
the United States addressed to you,
as tho Prosidont of this Ropublic.
In delivering this lottor, as In
structed, pormit mo to joiu in its
friendly sentiments and to express
tho hopo that, through tho govern
ment now inaugurated, poaco, pros
perity and happiness will bo secured
to all tho people of theso islands.
J. J. ECAXT
LETTER rilOU mESIDENT CLEVELAND.
President or the United Statks or
To His Excellency
SAN FORD B. DOLE,
President or the REi-cnLic or Hawaii.
Great and Good Friend:
I havo received your lottor of tho
7th ultimo, by which you announce
tho establishment and proclamation
of the Republic of Hawaii on the
fourth day of July. 18111. and your
assumption of the otUco of President
with all the formalities prescribed
by the Constitution thereof.
I cordially reciprocate the senti
ments you express for tho con
tinuance of the friendly rotations
which havo existed between tho
United Statos auU tho Hawaiian Isl
ands, and assure you of my best
wishes for your personal proHperlty.
Written at Washington tho 7th
day of August, 18D1.
Your Good Friend,
By tho Presideul:
W. Q. Grsiiam,
Secretary of State.
nerLT uv premdent DOLE.
It is with sincere gratification that
1 have received the information that
tho President of tho Unltod States
has confirmed tho recognition so
promptly extended by Your Excel
loney to the Republic of Hawaii.
I'ermit mo on behalf of the Ha
waiian peoplo to reciprocate tho
friendly sentiments expressed by
you toward this government and to
assure you of our desiro that rela
tions of comity, and of commercial
intercourse which shall bo mutually
advantageous, may over exist be
tween the two countries.
from Both Chineso
Thero has been considerable ex
citement and talk in local Chinese
and Japanese circles about tho pro
gress of tho war betweeu Chma and
Japau. Subjects of the two uations
were about town, chiefly near the
Post Ofilco, discussing tho merits
and demerits of tho conflicting par
ties. The Japaneso were iu aliappy
frame of mind. One of them receiv
ed a letter by the S. S. Helgic and
read it to a concourso of Japanese
near tho Post Office. He said that
his letter contained a report that
threo Chinese warships had been
sunk by the Japaneso and four ships
captured. The Japaneso defeated
the Chinose at sea and suffered lit t lo
loss ou laud. The Japan Govern
ment was ordering fresh warships,
and it had decided to battlo China
to tho bitter end.
Wing Mow Chan, one of the
larirost Chineso firms here, received
a letter by tho S. S. Bolgic from
Yokohama dated Aug. 11. Through
tho courtesy of Ho Foil, editor of
the Cliiueo Times, tho coutenls
woro interpreted to a Bulletin re
porter: A Japanese Admiral's ship
was sunk by the Chinese, and the
admiral, rear admiral and a good
many mon wore lost. Tho Japs had
captured the Chineso mail ship
Chow Kong. Four or five Japanese
warships were hemmed in by Chi
nese near somo sea port and were
blown up with torpedoes. Over
twenty Japanese ofilcets wero killed.
Ya Shan, iu Corea, was captured by
the Chineso aud over one thousand
Coroans were killed. Dynamite ex
plosives wero used by the Chinese.
The Japaneso defeated the Chinese
and over six hundred Chinese wore
killed. About five hundred Japa
nese were killed. So far over two
thousand Japauose havo Ik?cu killed
and about seven hundred Chinese.
Tho Japanese Government has is
sued an order iu Yokohama to Japa
neso noMspapers not to report much
about the war unless tho report was
favorable to Japan. Japan has suf
fered much loss.
Tho Japanese cruier Naniwa
Kan had not been sunk as report
ed in tho San Francisco papers.
A Chinaman Shot by tho Son of a
Deputy Marshal Brown received
a message from the Hauula Court
house situate on tho Koolau, sido of
this island this forenoon, stating
that a Chinaman, hnd boon shot in
the legs. Frank I'ahia, the deputy
sheriff for the district of Koolau
polio aud Koolauloa advised that
medical assistance bo furnished the
Chinaman as he was seriously in
614 Fort Street.
My Clearance Sale was
succcbb. It did jnst what
intended, viz. : cl area my
shelves and gave me room to
disphiy my New Goods. They
are all open and ready for in
flection. I shall only men
tion a few leaders to-day and
I want to head the Ikt with
We have all the htandard
brands and in the latest
shades. We also received o
large assortment of
Silk Gloves and Mitis,
Thousands of yards of the
above goods at reasonable
Now we have mentioned
something thut catches your
eye; these Corsets are the
latest thing out easy, com
fortable, perfect fit, prettily
finished, and what more
need I say.
These goods are the
that ever graced my
their equal cannot
Adeline Black Stockings !
New Shipment Just to Fland
1ST. S- 3AOHS
riMO fort Strt, Honolulu
The Adeline Black Stockings
Are certainly THR BE8T. Tliey ar very F.tsstlc, Fust Hlaek snci r
absolutely BUlnfets. We have tboin for
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND HEN
In all Sizes and Qualities, In Plain Cotton, In List
Threid, la Open Work and Drop Stltrh
Gall for Adeline Black Stockings i
WK ALSO HAVB THK
HERMSDORF BLACK STOCKJLNGS
Warranted Fait Dlack, for ladles In all Sites which we are selling
$2 Ml a Dozen l'nlr.
Arrived per "Australia.
French and Scotch Ginghams (new).. .10c, 20c. and 25o.
Victoria Lawns (new), 10 yds for 75c.
White Dress Goods (new). .10., lSc, 20c, 25c, JWc, 35c.
White and Colored Dimities (new) 20c. and 25c.
Flannelletts, all colors, (new) 10 yds for 1.00
At Williams' Studio aro to bo seou
Portraits ou Watch Dials, which ho
is making a specialty ol. Lantern
lured. Mr. Drown telephoned to
Walaluo to sond tho Government
doctor to Hauula, m that nas tho
As tho telephone connection ho
tweeu Hauula and the city was
broken, very monro particulars of
the aflair was received. It appears
that suspicion was entertained
against the Chinaman of having
been responsible for somo of tho
robberies recently mado at tho
Courthouse. Consequently youiiK
I'ahia, a son of tho deputy sheriff,
lay in tvait for him aud shot him
last night, while ho was prowling
about tho Courthouse.
The Honolulu Social and Dancing
Club elected the following olllcers
on Saturday evening: I'resideut, Dr.
Moore: Vico l'resident, G. Turner:
Secretary anil Treasurer, C. Hageus;
Janitor, A. F.Clark; Moor manager,
W.Prestidgu. Dances are given every
Captain May, commanding II. I).
M. S. Hyacinth, called ou Minister
Hatch at tho Foreign Oilico this
afternoon, being presented by Cap
tain Uawes, acting British Commis
sioner. The S. S. Helgic came alongside
tho Pacific Mail wharf this after
noon to discharge her merchandise.
She will leavo for San Francisco at
8 o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
ri.iiN and norm
Swiss Dress Goods
WIIITK AND COI.OKKH
Dimities, Storm Serges
A word all the above
goods arc absolutely new, and
as the real estate man said.
"If you want to gi t iu on the
ground lloor, nov if your
For business only,
.I. .I. KG AN.
The old maxim "There is nothing mw under
the sun" knocked out. Cull and be convinced.
M. S. LEVY,
Who is now settled in Benson, Smith & Co.'h
Old IStand, Fort street.
KwongSingLoy! SING LOY
K)t lli St. "Tnomu Block.'
for lecture by tho sut or
iiu-ellng of the Union Kkkd Co , (I At),
JL iiii'etliii! o( the Union Kkku Co . (I
will l hulil at the Coiiipuny'H Ullli-o
(ill Yi;U.NKbl).YY, tllO '.tltli liut., Ut III
oYlucli a. m 1 U. VI DA,
St'crotnry Union Fowl Co., ld.
Honolulu, Aiur. 'J7, lblil. ll'.tKH
Short Itroath, Heart Trouble, Rheumatism.
ot u FurnMieil Cet
taee, complete, ut Walkikl.
J. I'. IIOWUN,
A Strong Horse
IS THE IIKSULT OK USING
A FRESH SUPPLY
IIIK ltKOII.AR ANNUAL MKKT1NO
I Of tlU U.WVUIAN HrolUMAN'H Al-HII-
rlATloN will 1)9 held a Uih Hnwiillun Hotel
on iUK.bDAY KVKNINO, Aius. 2, l'lH,
ut7::i(i o'clock, fur K-tctloit rif itlllcuri' nrul
trniis'ictliin of mhpr lnHmisa of lnio t
utiro. All members aro n .eted to he
V'Kit'oitiii-ni uoAicn of diukctous.
Lodgo lo Frogres do l'Oceanio, No. 1S4,
rpilKIIK Wll.l. UK A MKKTINO OF
X Uxlue Iu I'roL'rut ile POceuute, No. t'.'l
l liruiuili. I i',i-iiiu, ..v. .-.,
I. Hull on Fort Hired. THIS
KVKNINU, AuKtint ,-'7, ut 7 ;:
OAMKBA FOB SALE
COO! Will" UIIKH
(SUxilM Klii;llli Ciinirruwlth Itunlil
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ilurtnkliiK lll hi) imyiililii on pr-M'iit
ill ton. Weurti rniiipellt'il In roort tu IhU
rule ou account of the Iniihihiy Ineolliivt
the majority of our uinli'rliikliii; ueuoiuitH
niter liini'iiiU ttrt ever.
Wll.l. IA.MH ItltOK.
Ke A. Wii.mamk, Muiiii;ir.
Honolulu, Ain?. '.'7. mil 11.1) Iw
Ilnwnllnu HportHiimu'it Aisoeln
tlou' miiiunl, meeting at tho ilotol
Hay and Grain
Just Arrlutl er ".. Wlhlrr."
r.u.i. ani si:k FS.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Comer (Jini-li A Nuiiuiin Hit,
HciTII TKI.KI'IIONKH 121,
o eloitk, lor
ItKiiiinn Monthly IIiihinkhh.
Muiiiher of Hiiuitllini I.ihIku niul nil
M)ourulliK llrethreiiiini fniterimlly Inviteil
III llU iPll'-l'llt.
Ily onler of tlin W.'. M.'.
Theosophical Lecture I
l.i'cture will he ill vim
Mm M. M. TIIIIIDH
On FKIOAY IJVKN'INU, Auk. illnt,
At Hi' Thconniihiciil Hull, oorur of
Nun inn mill Mm In Mii'i'tn, I
Doom Will open lit 7 oV'ock. U-nlliru In
l'oiiiiiiuiivu j.roiii.tly t I o'clock
Silhject of III" l.ecttiru will he
Urn. Ih il, 2'atiM
Ka;lu Creek, Oregon.
MI hiTd IIvimI lirro In Oregon for the pMt
twent) year, ami most of tho tlmo have bctn
very hi cat tiiltaer from iaflanmaiarr
rbruinuiliui. I havo nlo hail nhattliedootor
eMleU liunit ilhcaie, v Itli ihortnesi of breath
anil sharp palm In tin left il'Io. I decided to take
Hond'iB.iriaparllla, and hofor I had finished
threo dottloi 1 wai hi hrttcr health than I had
ben for yrnri. I do not havo any pain now.
leep well, and to-day no woman of my age
Enjoys Bottor Health
than I. At hoine on the ranch 1 not only attend
to my family housework, but lust summer I
eared for and milked four cow. I do not feel
Hat I ran ay half euuu;li In praise of
Mux. 1- M I'AIKf, Tallin Creek, Oregon.
Hoori'a Pilloaro prompt aud ifUclcnt, yet
asy Iu acUon. Uold by all dru;slU. VSo.
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,i'diit fur HxwMlun IiUtidi.
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P. 0. Box 207. j lotoal Tele, m P. 0. Boi 107.
Uliiiiuae, Jiipauese and ludiui.
SilkH, Luuch and Linoiin,
litptint'Ke Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk lluudkurchiet'ri, Shuwlu and Stutrth,
Graft Cloth, Rnttan Chairn, tfitc., Kf-..
A Complete TAILORING BSTABLISUMlfiNT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of H3ii;liHh and
American huitingH. reflect lit guaranteed.
OAHUMKHKH, LINKNb, LAWNb, MtlHI.lMi
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats I
SOMETHING SEW JUST OUT
TrimkH, ValineR, Willow Ware,
Tuble Clotlw, Oil Cloth, Kit., Kn..
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Temple of Fashion
BIS ffoia Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urge luortment ol Ladliui' aud QbildratTa BttuM.
Larg-e Line of Summer Goods I
LarK Hu of WuoImiia m 'Mm. Klaiuiuluttva, 10 yant for f l.Ui
Brown and WUitti Cottons, from 8 to 20 yards, $1.00 nor itiece.
tnonkeajj UiiiRbains, 12 yards fur $1.00. Gents' and Ladies' Bathmv Suit.
SIIIib, Sat mn, SnrKrtc, Lawns and Drsh Goods of vry description.
M. GI-. SILVA, Proprietor
Ill SUUANU STKEE1.
Dry, Fancy and White Dress Goods !
Grass Cluth, Pajamas, Etc, Etc.
Kniiillru IlL'i.i.ktiv liilli'ii.
iifiisu h.i, roiiMKULY or ronT
Y MM't, lloiiolnlii, ImuIiik iiimli1 mi
iil(!iiini'lM In iiik fur llm lu'lii'lll ol lil rrit
ior, nil irm liuvlnu rliiluo iittulii.t
Hli r'lnlit itru liHilitn In r.i'llt tlirm
lo mi' in my nillif wllliln linn ui'i'k (ruin
lul. niter which Hum ihhiu hIiI '',
lowi'il. I Kr.Lll.
Iluiiolulu, Au. '.'3, le'Jl. HU-lw
OHIMMHIi S I Li K S
T- Hlylo nml Fit (luarmi!.....!, l'rlc MiMrrHta.
Daily Bulletin 50 Cents per lontht