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VOL. 1. NO. 88.
With wblcU U lucorporatcd the Ikdetond.
Hawniian Copyright by A. V. Gear,
June 22, 1895.
Published every day oicopt Sunday at
C03 King Streot, Honolulu, H. I.
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Address all communications to tho edi
torial department to "Editor Bulletin."
Business letters should bo addressed to
"Manager Evening Bulletin."
Telephone 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
H. HAOKFELD & CO.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Ilonolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
IurOItTCHS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER
AND Aliti KINDS OF BtTUiDINO
Manufacturing Jeweler and Watch
maker. Kuknl Jeweliy a Snecialty. Particular
attention paid to all Kiuo f rnDairs.
Campbell Blocg, - - Merchant Street:
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Sdoar Mills, Boilehs,
Coolers, Ikon, Brass and Lead
Maohinery of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blaoksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notioo.
Kinau street near Punchbowl
Engrosser - and - Illuminator
120, Nuuanu Avo., next to
tho "White FTouse".
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estate and Furniture.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumber and Coal
and Building Matoriuls of all
Quoon Rtreot, Honolulu.
D. J. CASHMAK
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings n dpooiulty, Over Cali
fornia Food Company's storo.
CITY DRAYQE Co.
W. F, SUAllllATT, Mauogor
B tu nd adjoining ft. Hack felt it
Co., Fori utruot, Oonurul Cart
ing and Dmyugn Biibjiiobh done,
Ihm all kind of Work In
Cemcnl & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ju JlllH 1)11 IiiiihI uruo Hllpjlly of
uIiiiimu Oriuiiiu ftiili timl iiluv kiuiiM
JJuwitlliui piirhiiiK Hlonu, JUliyiiiwi I
WW iwd um yrimi mmml. T I
"With which is
HONOLULU, IV I., THURSDAY. AUGUST 29. 1895.
rJ' it cures itching nu.
d' Mkz0L mors, and keeps tlio
semp cooi, mom,
healthy, and free from
that six years oro I lost nearly hnlf of my
lialr, and what was left turned gray. After
uslnff Ayer's Hair Vigor several months,
my hair began to grow again, and with tho
natural color restored."
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DR. J. C. AYER & CO., LOWELL, MASS., U .S. A.
C3rHewreof rhtp Iraltitlont. The nnia
VTjcr l romlniit on tha wrapper. kdiI It
blown In the gl ot each ot our boltlet.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agonta for tho Republic- of Hawnii.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
318 Fort St. - Telephone 91.
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner Klnc & Nuuanu Street!, ITnnolnlu
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Practical Confoctionor and Bakor,
No 71 Hotol 8troot.
H. G- BIART.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING.
Island Jewelry made to order,
Souvenir Spoons, Gold wiro
JfW Island ordors solicited.
P. O. Box855;atO. Gertz's store.
Fort Streot. 02-t
ESTAULIBHED IN 1858.
BISHOP & COMPANY,
-I UANKEItN, 1-
Ilonolulu, Hawaiian Inlands.
Transact n general Dunking nud Ex
change llusinoss. Loans maile on approved
security. Jliliu discounted, Commercial
credits granted. Deposits received ou cur
rent nccount subject to check.
Letters of credit issued ou tho principal
cities of tho world.
Agouts of Tho Liverpool, London and
Globe Insurance Company.
P. O. JONE8.
E. A. JONE8.
HAVK FOlt HALB
A Few Bltiirtw of
Pula Ktiifiir Htiiah.
Iliiwiillan Hiitrar Co. Hdiulc.
ffuwuiluii Oovniiimciit unit Int
Aloi'ttuuo Nuirai' IMania-
tST" i'ur jmrUoiiJuru mily Jo
Tho Hawaiian Snfo Dopo< e
KID Vrl lic . r . IIiiihiImIm
A lino htoalt ol'iwnU anil ulill
thun'tt nIiooh to hi) noIiI nl Uio U'u
luiluulion kiiln nl iIim 'J'lunplo ii
I'VnIijoii. Tliiw huIo hauliiM Wiit,
" wli5&4i ssmSf
Hi ?.- . ,j&---Krtry-
WARRIMOO ON THE ROCKS,
FLOATED OFF AT 1IIOII TIDE
It Wn Voeer nd Captain Arutidol
Mistook tho Signal FatnengerN
Wera Not In Dancer.
About the first nows that sped
about town this morning was that
tho steamer "Wnrrimoo, now five
days ovorduo from Viotorin, had
gone ashore on her up trip. Fal
lowing arc tho particulars of the
accident from tho Coast papers:
Victoria (B. C ) August 9.
Tho Canadian-Australian steamer
Warrimoo is n8horo throo miles
from Oarraanah point, where tho
Duchoss of Argylo was lost. Sho
is afloat forward and can prob
ably bo floated with tho next tido.
Tho tug Lorno is spooding down
tho coast to her assistance and
tho steamer Islander will follow
with the Canadian Pnoifio Rail
road oflioials. The lattor will
tnko the pnssongors, who number
about 100, off if tho Btoamship is
not gotten off at once.
Tho pnBPongors are in no dan
gor, as it is calm and they could
bo landed at any titno. If the
wind springs up it is foared tho
ship will go to pieces, but the
strongest hopes aro ontortaiued
tor nor removal from tho ledge
by tho Lome.
The latest news is to tho effect
that the Warrimoo was floated at
high tido. She is anchored off
Carmanah lighthouse Tho fog
is very thick and nothing can bo
loarnod of the damage. A tug
has gono out to nor.
Victoria (B. O.) August 10.
xno stoamsnip warrimoo is ap
parently not very much damaged
by her stay on tho reef noar Oar
mannh point, but sho will bo
dockod at Esquimalt for a survey
Sho was hard and fast for five
hours, being worked off at high
wator by a, lino run to an exposed
roof near by. Tho acoidont was
due to tho dense fog and Captain
Arundel mistaking bis location,
belioving that tho Carmanah sig
nal was tho Taatoosh signal.
Tho lead was being hoavod con
stantly, and a sounding taken
only a few moments before tho
acoident showed 200 fathoms, no
bottom. There was no oxoito
merit among tho passengers, as
tho shore was within easy reach.
FROM THE AGENTS.
Inquiry at tho oilico of Thco.
H. BavioB & Co. elicits the in
formation that the Warrimoo is
all right again. She came out of
dock at Esquimalt and, uftor dis
charging and loading, Bailed from
Vancouvor for Sydney and way
ports 'at midnight on tho 22ml
inst. As sho will likely be push
ed to mako up lost time, the War
rimoo may bo cxpootod tonight
or oarly tomorrow morning.
THE ClIINKME OUTMAGEH.
American !TIIloii at Foocliotv At
tacked bv an Armed .tlob,
A Hongkong dispatch of tho
21st Bays : Another oulrngo has
boon committed noar Foochow.
Tho American mission has boon
utt'tokt'd by a liirgoaud infuriatod
mob armed with various woapons.
Tho chupol and sohool were
wrookod and four native scholars
wero wounded, whilo tho forolgn
Thoro h u Htrong nnti-foroigu
fooling in Koochow, which js
Mprfidfng among Uio poptiliiou.
who ro parading will) ories of
"J)rJvu out tlm foreign iIivIIh."
JJinputcliu of tho Bill contain
tlm foljrnvlnn itmnt:
fhvnig (o Him unxoltlod Hlulo of
tli ihovIjmw !i(WHliH. iMllublo
Diltiuli JiiJlun lioopn fwiii Hung'
konw, vvJII tomn llm JWllnjj Uon'
sul from Fooohow to Ku Ohong,
where tho Consul will conduct
an inquiry int) the recont out
rages. Tho Shanghai correspondent of
tho Pall Mull Gozotto expresses
tho opinion that further outragos
aro inevitable unless Groat Bri
tain "takes Bwift and deadly veng
oance." W. W. Ookhill, Third Assistant
Secretary of State of tho Dnited
States, ono of tho dologatos to tho
International Geographical Con
gress, whoroturns to Now York
on Saturday next, said ho thought
it vraaa. great mistake for tho mis
sionaries to havo roturnod so soon
to tho outlying stations aftor the
conclusion of tho war, especially
as they had boon warned of the
Librarian Bpofford Stole Thou
sand. Washington is excited over tho
discovery that Ainsworth B. Spof
ford, librarian of Congross, is a
defaulter and a thief on a largo
scale. For years ho haB drawn
salarios for six moro subordinates
than ho had on his staflf. This
irregular proceeding has cost tho
Government $24,88l) in tho four
years of which the treasury oxpert
has cocnizanoo. Snofford oflfarAcl
a short titno aco to makn nn n.
deficiency of $22,000 that had
been discovered. Ho has made a
statement in whioh ho claims to
havo boon guilty of no wrong
doing. marine Dlsaater.
The British shin Princo Oscar.
from Livorpool, Captain Hender
son, collided in mid-ocean July
13th, with an unknown sailing
vossol. Both ships sank in loss
than ton minutes. Rix momhnrs
of iho orow of the Prinoo Osoar
and all on board the unknown
vessel wore lost. The survivors,
soventeon in number, woreresoned
by tho ship Dharwar, nfter boing
confined in nn opon, boat, with
neither food nor wator, for throo
days. They wore transferred to
the Btoamor Oupao, from Pisapua,
and brought to Philadelphia.
Goo. F. Boot, tho noted com
poser, is dead.
W. H. Grossman fe Brother,
Now "York, shipped a million dol
lurs in gold ono day recently.
Tom Sharkov. tho naval nurril-
istoftheU. S. S. Philadelphia,
backed out aftor MoAulifTe ac
cepted his challenge
Irving M. Scott of tho Union
Iron works, S. 1, left for Japan
by the steamer China, to bid for
building of warships.
British newspapors and naval
journals concede that tho neAV U.
S. S. Columbia is tho fastest
cruisor in tho world.
Tho Tuylor brothors of Carrol
ton, Missouri, aro undor sontonoo
to hang on Octobor 4 for tho
murdor of tho Meek family a yoar
or two ago.
Tho old Hartford, Admiral.Far
rngut's iliigship, iH to be mado
ono of the most sorvicoablo vos
selH in tho navy. She will bo
roudy for commission in twoyouru.
Howoll Edmunds Jackson, Ab
Bociuto Jtistico of tho Supromo
Cour of tho United States, diod
at liiu homo, West Monde, Ton
iiohbco, Aug. B, in tho (11th your
of his ago,
Frank M. INxluy, tho votoran
oditor of tho Argonaut, diod at
Han Fmnoiuco on tho lltli inst.
Binoo its oMtublishmont in 1877
tlio Argonaut mado money, Mr,
I'lxloy lollrod from it four yurn
ugo owing to the bruukdown of Iru
All wlwiwoitf from tlio Orfoit
llHVil til I 111 111 liiu HtlltrUimilf.l
lliwiun oil M'm nt VJuIoj'Jm.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
GREATER THAN SPALDING.
WACKAY AND IIOSnEtl HAVE
TIIEIlt EVES ON THE CARLR.
"Day Mot Far DUtant' Onlj- Flnr
Cent a Word to Japan Ha
waii the MI d war Station.
John W. Maokay, tho millionaire
bonanza king and telegraph mag
nate, arrived in the city from his
Alaskan trip yesterday and is
ocoupying apartments at tho
Palace Hotol, says tho Sau Fran
cisco Chronicle of August 11.
With him are E. J. Mathowe, ono
of Mr. Mackay's business associ
ates and a capitalist of Philadel
phia, and O. B. Hosmor, genoral
manager ot the Canadian Pacific
tolograph lino and the manacor.
also, of all of Mr. Mackny's tolo
graph intoreats. Tho party of
throo left Montreal on July ICth
for Alaska, and havo boon on tho
movo over sinco. They sailod on
tho steamer Queen from Van
couver for tho north, and upon
tho vessel's return they came
direot to this city. "'
"Our trip is puroly ono of oloa
sure," said Mr. Hosmer, speaking
iut iur. iuaoKay, "out wo are
looking forward to tho day in tho
not far distant futuro whon tho
Pacific ocoan will be spanned by
a cablo and direct telegraphic
communication established bet
ween thiB Coast, the Hawaiian
Islands and the Orient. Nothing
will help t stimulate tho business
of this Coast so much as a cable
across the Paoifio ocean. When
the businois men of this Coast
can oond n message to Japan or
I flliinn fM an stv. IK ...... - I
instead of $3 or $8 85 I boliovo
the rato is as high ns thut thoro
will bo such a rivival and incroaso
of business as was nover dreamed
Mr. Hcsmor is ono of tho fore
most men directly identified with
tho largo tolograph interests of
tho country, and his opinion that
tho laying of a Pacific cable
will bo roalized some day in tho
noor futuro will bo regarded with
considerable weight. Ho did not
say that Mr. Mackay was interest
ing himsolt in tho collosal enter
prise, but ho intimatod as much.
"Mr. Mackay is no longer
known as the bonanza king," ho
said. "Ho looms up today as tho
largest individual ownor of tele
graph proporty in tho world. Ho
hns, alone and almost unnssistod,
built up tho only successful com
petition ever wugod against tho
Wostorn Union. Ho has put his
own private capital into tho in
vostmont year aftor year, and is
still continuing to do so. Tho
near futuro will bo full of sur
prises, both in tho establishment
and extension of tolograph und
S. Decker lias a duughtor.
Captain Ganzol of tho Stur
BaBobull Club loaves for the St lies
by tho Australiu.
Juok Liicih and Charley
Weatliorwux aro tolling their
friends how It was in quarantine,
A store room, 20x10 feet, und
within tlireo mlmitoH walk of tho
now fUlinmrkul, in udvorthed at u
Inland sloiiiniiri will dopurl uh
uhiiuI iioxl Monday ami Tuesday,
If Iho oliolarit in not liwu.l from
in tho mwinlimc,
rlllnl Markov of tlio I'jiilu.
1I)IiIh kMonkttif nut imWH
ifntm UiuyiHitt in oii nam
i-HHn! Vm1Jo; ih J9 J7Ui, " "