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V TUB STKAMIIIP HOHIC ARUIVED
N. S. Doric mill UaikeiiMilo H, 1.
Wilder Ontwnrtl-Schooner II. C.
Wright From Etirclia ote.
Schooners nro coaling (lie Mexican man-of-wr
Tlio Tllllo K Starbuck Is loading Ewa sugar
at the ltailrond wlinrf.
Tho barkentlno SO Wilder Balls for San
Francisco today with a full cargo of tugur.
A new Seamen's Institute lias been opined
at Kobe, Japan, lor tlio use of European and
The old boiler of tho steamer Mlknlmli was
hoisted out today A new one from tho Ho
nolulu Iron Works will replace the old one
Tho Iiimi on 1'aclHc Mall wharf during tho
Fourth was a grand success There was no
liquor about the place, and ccrjono was
sober, and injured himself.
According to llio Engineer, tlio niarlno en
gine of today, with n gUeu amount of io.il,
can do 12 times tho amount of wirU ot the
marine engine of 50 jiarsago.
The American schoomr II C Wright, J K
Olscn, master, arrived this morning, about
lijf dnjs from Enrcl.a, uitli a cargo of red
wood lumber and shingles for Wilder it Co.
The 0 .fc 0 S 3 Doric arrived from tho
Orient yesterday with several hundred tons
of freight and a few passengers for tlil port.
Slio balled again a little nftir nine this morn
Satiiiidav, July 4.
Stmr Walaleiile. (Jrcgory, from Kanal.
Stmrlwalanl, Sinythc. from Hawaii.
Stmr J A Oummln, Kcllson, from Oaliu
Stmr Mokolll, Hllo, from Molokal, Maul,
and Laual. "
Sunday. July 5.
Stmr Claudlnc, Caracion, from Maul ports.
Stmr Kauai, llruhn, from Kauai.
S S Doric, 8mlth, from China and Japan.
Monday, July 0.
Am schr II C Wilght, Olson, from Eureka
Momuy. July 0.
8 S Doric, Smith, Tor Sau Francisco.
Stmr Jainoa.MaV.ee, Vctcon, for Kapaa.
Sttur Knala, Thompson, for Kahuku and
Stmr WaUlcalc, tfrcgorj, Tor Ilam.il ua,
at V-i m.
Stmr Keauhou, Thompson, for, Mala-
ell nml Waltuva.
Stmr Kaein, l'urkcr, for Oahu ports.
Stmr J A Cummins, Nellson, for Oahu
Stmr Llkellkc, Wilr, for Olonnlu, I.aupa
hoihoe, I'aaulmu, Koiiolnlele, KuUlau und
Stmrl.uliua, e, forLaupahoehoe, Hakn
luu, ltouohluu, llonomu, and l'ohakumanu.
Schr Mol Wahluc, tor I'aaullo.
Am liMn 3 O Wilder, McXill, lor San
VE33ELS LEAVING TOMOItltOW.
Tcesdvy, July 7.
Stmr Iwclanl, Sin) the, for llanamaiilu
NawIllwllU Koloa, EUele, aud .Makawell.
Stmr Klnau, Chrkc, for Maul aud Ha
waii. Stmr Ulaudlne, Cameron, for Maul ports.
Stmr Mokolil, Jlllo, tor Molokal, Maul aud
From Maul, per stmr Claudlnc, July 5 W
II Coruwcll, 8 I'arkar, Ceill Jlrown, V. II Olf
fard. W U Sproull, W Wolturs, II l'ocke. Loo
Joe, J HSKaleu, I) II DaK C M Long,
Clms Il.wlil, J lbon. W Aivlde, J I' Ham
burg, K 11 Halloy, A Von Uravemcjcr.W Von
Uraemeerand wife, L M Norton, 11 Melur,
O Leonard, Jas (tuna, F Mttcalf, C Prlel, V
V Kaal, Mm 6 Nonlcln, Miss Luij AM, und
Trom Hawaii, per stmr Ivvalanl, July 4 II
V Drodrlck, wile and children, Miss I'
JUckard, and 2.1 dick pastnigers.
1'iom Kauai, perstmr Kauai, July 5 Miss
Maud Auld, Mrs M A lliower, Autonu Cropp,
Mr A Fries, 0 It Ewart and wile. K 0 Spald
ing and wife, Call Wultirs, F Wuldron, L)
Couwoy, 1' Dl.is, 01 deck p isseugers.
From China and Jupau, per O it OSS
Doric, July 6 Count MuUu, Countess Mut
tiii and two servants, (ioro Norlta, K Imuja,
EllUrumwcll, UKil h.
For San Francisco, per S S Doric, July ft
Mr A Fries, Mr 0 Wultur.Judircicto l.i Vergne,
SIlS'.Uijo, Dr and Mrs Miro" Unities and
daughter, MriAIIal.ei, Mrs CD Luue aud
iiihIiI, Dr and Mis E D Arnold and 'J ihlldiin.
Miss V Ulmur, .Mr W A hwamrton, MrG
Castuial, Mi llilgrado Uenosl, Mr Aitunlelo
IJbIU, Mr I'. ll'K Wollu, MIsa WolUr, Ml do
Sllva, Miss Julie Caon.
OMiaOEB ri'.OM ISLAND TOUTS.
Es slinr Clnndlii" mi sl.s pot Uoes !WI
sk torn, ti horns, 13 liogs, ?ti pku's sundries.
Ex dliur Kauai V.! bigs sugar, 100 tugs
rlef, CI Tkgs sunJiloj.
Es stmr WalalcMe 1 brtls coal bags, 2 bs
sample fertiliser, :M) bjgj rk-e.
Ex stmr Iwalunl 10WI bags sugar.
Ex S S Dnilc-S"iS pkgs Chinese and Jap
anese gouir.U incieliandlse, to urIous eon
slgmcs. Exsclirll C Wrlglit !K0,0.1) ft rcdnood
lumber. :IH thousand shingles, coiielgued
to Wilder it Co.
FOltEION VK9SEI.8 EXPECTED.
Am bk Edwaid May,. ...New ork.
n bk Semlnolo Newcastle. ..
Am kliln Occidental.. ..N V
(lerbk'Splca linmci Ang?o
HrltbkLadas LUeipool Aug so
Nicely furnished rooms.at the
Popular Tfouso, lGi Fort street,
from $1.00 per week up. "
Tim roriiTii ix honoi.vi.it.
Continued from 1st Page.
of tho Uuitod States did not, and
probably novor would fear any
No judicious and liberty-loving
citizon of tho republic would need
lessly recall tho miseries, losses
and animosities of tho civil war,
now belonging to tho pastbuttho
losson of that great qonilict was
opo which every truo Amorican
could with profit dwell upon
that it proved boyond tho doubt of
futuro possibility or question tho
reality aud stability of tho oneness
of tho American Eopublic. Tho
speaker having onlargod upon tho
crowning result of tho war, tho re
moval of tho ono unfitting stone,
slavery, from tho national fabric,
discussed tho question of men
available for present or futuro
emergencies. Ho argued that tho
occasion would reveal tho men as
it had in tho past.
"Men and parties arc not con
tending now for tlio triumph of
any moral or humauo causo, as
much as thoy aro for tho better
ing of thoir material fortunes, or
tho achievement of an advance, or
for a commanding place in busi
ness or political activities. Tho
discussions relate to tho conditions
rolativoly of capital and labor and
thoir respective domanda; to tho
relations ofcorporato and individ
ual outorpriso; to tariffs, revenues
and currency, and of government
participation in public improve
ments." Porhaps tho gravest of
those questions was that which
related to tho conditions and com
pensation of labor. Capital must
learn and admit that tho only just
as well as wiso rule is a fair day's
wages for a fair day's work. With
this object attained thoro would
bo an oml of destructive labor
combinations aud strikes. Un
desirable immigration from Eu
ropo should bo checked, and Am
encau industries should bo foster
ed by governmental action. Ho
was hopeful and confidont that,
these things being accomplished,
their country and its people wero
about to witness a return of tho
conditions of material prosperity.
Ono other result of domestic
strifo ho roforrcd to before closing,
and that was tho increased res
pect for Amorica by othor nations.
He concluded with an oloquent
allusion to the custom in Switzer
land, of hailing tho sunrise by tho
shepherds with thu invocation,
"Praise God, for tho morning
comoth," his peroration being as
"So in tho coming time, far
di3tant yet it miy be, yet sure to
come; metlnnks I hear another
mighty choral song ofiojoicing
of uncounted millions of fioomeu,
which shall ilood with its melody
a vast continent, roorborating
fiom ocean to ocean, and it will
perhaps embrace in its molodious
swoep thoo Bwcot islands of tho
sea; and tlio burden of that song
shall be, 'Praise God, who gava
to our fathers and has preserved
for their children, in froa Ame
rica, a perfect Government of
liberty under law.' "
Col. W. F. Allon arose in tho
audiouco to move a vote of thanks
to Mr. Pangborn for his ablo ad
dress, which was carried with a
thundering burst of acclamation.
Mijs Richards thou led tho
audience in singing "Amorica,"
and Mr. Garvin dismissed tho
audience with the benediction.
At tlio liiiselmll (iroiimts.
An enormous crowd attended
tho field sports and basoball game,
which began at tho Hawaiian
Base Ball Association's ground at
2 o'clock. Tho grand stand was
crowded oven in standing room,
V'hilo many peoplo viewed tho
contests from carriagos and stand
ing alotig tho fences'. Below is a
list of tlio events with tho win
uors and prizes:
100 yard dash Tom Pryco,
fust; En Chang, second. Time
11 2 5. Prizes, first and second
Boot and shoo race S. Kaula,
first; M. Drages, second. Prizes,
S3 aud 82.
Piunning High Jump J. Cas
tino, 5 feet; "Autono," d ft. 11 iu.
Prizes, first and second modajs.
Three-legged raco H. Puni and
J. Kalauiit, first; En Chauc and
W. II. Oummings, second. Prizes,
first and second medals.
Throwing'12 lb. hamtnor, Clif
ton Traoy, 77 ft. 3 in. Tom Pryce,
"Whpolbarrow race En Chang
aud W. H. Cummiugs, first; J.
Fornandos and Dyde, second.
Prize $3-iuid 62.
120 yards huidlo raco John
Castino, first; Eu Ghang, second.
Hindi ill in H I m 1 W JP'M lHIII1iiiit i l II li'l H IW W II IUHi ilmliliiiwiiiiMili id' 'in
EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 6, 1896.
Prizes, first aud
Greased polo Otto Gortz. Prizo
S5 placod on tho top of tho polo.
The basoball matoh botwoon tho
Honolulus and Kamohamehas was
won by tho Honolulus. Score
12 to 9 with an innings to spare.
Mohoula, tho Hams' old pitchor,
struck out nine mon. II. Pahau,
his ma to behind tho bat, was de
bited with only ono passed ball.
Mehoula mado a homo run also.
For tho Honolulus, Dayton and
J. Lemon mado threo-baso hits,
aud Finney a two-baser. W.
Lucas won applause by fino work
at second base.
Wliilo tho Hold sports wore go
ing on a party of Japanese gavo
an exhibition of day iiroworks
from tho cornor opposito the
Tho day closed with a splondjd
illumination of tho Executive
building and grounds, accompan
ied with a lavish display of aerial
firoworks. This lasted from short
ly after 7 until 9 o'clock. Tho
peoplo reclined on the grass, in
vory ordorly groups, and swarmed
along the fences. Music by tho
Hawaiian band oulivoned tho
scone. Tho ovoniug was a glorious
ono in itsolf.
Cord oh Loses Iltat Hciul.
Oflicor Cordos got himself into
a tight placo on Saturday ovoniug
by losing his self-control, and had
it not boon for tho presonco of
othor officers might have got into
Borious trouble A number of
mou wero enjoying themselves on
tho cornor of Fort and Hotel
streets shooting off crackors and
bombs, but as thoro was no vohi
clos about no notico was taken of
them by tho police, who had re
ceived instructions to refrain from
interference, oxcopt whore women
and children or horses wore about.
Officer Cordes, howovor, hud to
mako himself conspicuous and
wauted to arrest a bystander who
had nothing to do with tho affair.
Tlio gentleman protested, Cordes
insisted and tho gentleman finally
told Cordes ho was not big
enough to arrest him without a
warrant. Bystanders crowded
around and tried to explain that
tho man had not shot olf ovon a
crackor but Cordes became
excited aud drew his gun. Tho
innocent victim saw that Cordes
was out of his head and to pro
vont auy troublo proposed to walk
to tho station. Ho was escorted
thoro by a crowd of 150 or 200
friends who denounced Coides in
unmeasured terms and protested
loudly against tho indignity offer
ed tho victim. Cordes entered a
charge of firing off bombs with
out a pormit against his prisoner
and nearly every man in tho crowd
offered to bail him out. "When
tho Marshal heard the paiticulars
ho ordorou the gentleman ro
loased at onco and Cordes heard
Mrs. Fanny Lovo, guardian of
Stella and Walter O. Love, minors,
has been granted leave by Judge
Porry to mortgage tho real estate
of tho wards, on condition that
tho mortgage bo joined in by all
tho hoirs of tho Lovo estate Tho
inortgago is to bo mado to tho
Trustees of tho Oahu College for
the principal sum of $33,000. Part
of tho monoy is to bo used to dis
charge a mortgago now outstand
ing, and part for tho erection of a
fireproof building on tho Fort
stroot promises of tho ostato. "W.
Pi. Castlo ropresonts tho petition
er. SingorB load tho world. Ovor
13,000,000 mado and aold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, croat spood, ad
justability, diualylity, enso of
learning and convoniouco of ar
rangement. B. Borgersen, agent,
King and Bethel streots.
Thoro soems to bo somo blight
affecting tho bloom of tho boauti
ful Ptiuciana llegia this season,
for of all tho troos in tho city but
fow havo blossoniB enough to at
tract attention. Tho one on Hotel
street noxt to tho Arlington is a
notable exception, aud in con
sequonco is a source of wonder
and delight to visitors who have
novor boforo seen this tree in
bloom. King Bros, havo mado
sovoral excellent skotches iu oil
and wator colors of this subject,
which aro meeting with r.ady
Stoamora of the abovo Lino running in oonneotion with tlio .
CANADIAN PACIFIC BAIL WAT
Botwoon Vancouver, B. O., and Sydney, N. S. W.. and colling ot Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
On or about tlio dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney ami Suvn, for Victoria and
Vaneourer. II. O.t
Stmr "WA1UUMOO" July 21
Stmr "MlOWEltA" August 24
Stmr "WABHIMOO" Septcmbor 24
Stmr "MlOWEltA" Octobor 24
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Camilla,
United StutcH and Europe.
FltEIOIlT AND I'ABSENaull AOENTS:
J). MoNicoli., Montreal, Gniindu.
BoiiEivr KF.iut, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Stekn, Snn Francisco, Ual.
G. MoL. Buowx, Vancouver, B. 0.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Occanio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
July 23, 1S9G.
And will leave for tho nbovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:'
Tho Now and Fino Al Steo Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Occanio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sau Francisco
on or about
July 30, 1S96.
And will hnvo prompt despatch with
Mails and Fasbengcrs for the abovo ports.
Tho undoreigned nro now prepared
ThroiiKh Tickets to All L'oints
In tho United States.
tS7"For further particulars regarding
Freight or Fnssago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Airivo Honolulu Leave Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
July 17, 1800 July 20, 1300
Aug. 10, 1890 Aug 10, 18U8
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
.irrite Honolulu. Leau Honolulu.
Mariposa. Jul30,'00 I Monowal,July23,0fl
Monowai, Aug27,'00 Alauifdn,Aug20'00
A LIPS SIZE
Qj3 33o?eu P&qIqs of the SIUbi
XV Is tho LATEST OlTEIt vo have
Portrait and Landscapo
(At the D.mon.)
lias just opened his shop ut T. n. lurray's
Carriage- Factory and will
Shoe Your horse
At Bottom Figures,
Oceanic SteamsniD Go.
Oceanic Mi Go.
' 'HMmMpiiLiUMiiiHiMMiimBt WM PBWH MniHHISIMHIMiraniBMHrMninMfMfllNM
From Victoria anil Vancouver, II, O,, to
Sinn and 8ylnev!
8tuir"MIOWniIA" July 10
Stmr " WA1UUMOO" AurubI 10
Stmr "MlOWEltA" September 10
Stmr " WABIUMOO" Octobor 10
tS5" For Freight and Pnsnngo and nil
Qenornl Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agonta for tho Ilawniinu Islands.
hik Mail 'Mwj k
Occiilental & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG:
Stenmore of tlio nbovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on thoir way to the
abovo ports ou or nlxmt tho following
Stmr Qaolio July tf, 189G
Stmr Ully of 1'oMng July 18, 180(5
titmr China Aug. 0, 1890
For SAN FRANOlSqO:
Steamors of tho nbovo Companies will
call nt Honolulu on their way from
Honghong nnd Yokohnmn to tho nbove
port ou or nbcufc tlio following dates:
Ktti.r Belgic July 21, 1S90
Rtmrl'oru Aug. 1, 1800
Stmr Bio do Junoho. . .Aug. 10, 1800
Kales of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO nONU
Cabin S1GO.0O $175.00
Cabin, umud trip. 4.
mouths 225.00 2G2.50
Cubiu, loiind trip, 12
months 2C2.50 810.25
European Steerage.... 85.00 100.00
CgrTnBsengers raying full fore will bo
allowed 10 percent oil return fare it re
turning within twelve mouths.
C5T"For Freight and Passago apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
i ni i n j
,-xt tM nrtlMfimtt I r
0. L. WIGHT, Vtes. &. B. HOSE, See.
Capt. J. A. KINO, Fort Supt.
Will leavu nonolnln at 10 a. m., touching at
Lalmum, Manlaeu Hay and Ml;ona tho
snuiodjy; Mahukonn, Kawaihaoaud Lau-
fahoehoe tho following day, iiYrivmg at
Iilo tho same oiening.
I.XA.VBB IIONOLnt.U. AHI1IVES HONOLULU.
Tuesday July 7
Friday July 17
Frlduy .Aug. 7
Tuesday July 14
Friday July 21
Tuesday,.. . .Aup. 1
Friday,.... Aug. 11
Returning, will ltavo Hilo at 1 o'clock
r. l., tonehlug at Lunpahoohoe, Mohn
koua and Kr.wuihao sauo day; Malcctfa,
Jl'inlnea Day and Lahaiua tho following
day; arriving at Ilonolulu tho afternoons
of 'luosdiiy and Fridays.
" Will call at Fohoiki, Puna.
F"No Freight will bo recclvod after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo Ilonoluln Tuesday at C r. m.)
touching at Kahului, liana, Hamoa and
Kipahulu, Maui, iteturning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Jiiiu, Kanpo, on second trip
of euoh month. ,
ff3T"No Frolaht will be recehed after
p. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
inaku changes in tho time of departure and
arrival of its steamers without notico and
it will not bo responsible for ony conse-
nnnnmta nviaili.r tliftlAfimu.
Causignnos must bo at tho Landings to
rocolvo tuoir lTelglit; tins company will
not hold itsolf resp6nsiblo for freight nftor
it has been lauded.
Live Stook only at ownci's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Honey or Valuables of passengers
unloss placod in tho caro of Pursers.
Pasbonuors aru reuuestcd to nurchase
tlokots boforo omlmrking. Thoso failing to
do so will be subject to an additional
chargo of twenty-livo por cent.
To Let or Lease.
THE -tESlD-rNOE OF MRS. A. LONG,
ouo milo from postoflice. Largo houso with
furniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot aud cold water, with patent closots,
servaut houses, stables, horto paddock,
garden and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFHED MAGOON.
tf ' Merchant Bt next l'ostofflcoi
j1"!!,!. 'i. i.liJiJ.itif . A
H. HACKJPELD & CO.
Geneiul Commission Acients.
Cor. Fort nnd Queen Streets, Honolulu.
LEWEttS & COOKE,
IllFOBTBUB AND XALBnS IN LUUDKB
US ALIi D. M OF BUIXIX
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian Nows Cornpnny's
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Honlors in Lumbor nnd Conl
and Building Matoiinla of nil
Quoon Street, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Vholesnlo Importcis and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort nml Qneou Stroots.
M. S ORINBAmi & CO.,
Qucon strett, Honolulu, and 215 Front
stieot, Sun Francisco, C'nl.
General Merchandise and . .
. . Commission Merchants,
' King st., bet. Fort nnd Alnkcn.
Contractor : and : Builder.
MONUMENTS AXD TOMIMTOV11.
VST Finest Grndo 1JLTJE STONE from
Funakou Quarries. 278-tf
DAVID K. BAKER,
Nuunuu Volley, nboo tho Mausoleum.
All orders given prompt nnd faithful at
tention. No extra chnrgo lor dclncring
Flowers to any part of the city. Lote,
Mountain Greens and Carnations a spe
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROOEItS AND
225 Qnoon street, Honolulu, H. I,
Hawaiian mul Foreign Illrds and Animal
mouiiUd in t lie Ijtct nianr.ir, uclni: tlio lnleat
metliocU only. Hold St luni DrMtGrtw.
Ilotfll St.. no-jr Fort. To!. 802.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK WiOKEK
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estnto and Furniture.
CassoMates Sofia Taier Co., L'd
Corner Allen & Fort Sis., Honolulu.
HOLLSSTER & CO.,
C. B. DWIGHT,
Does nil kinds o Work in
Cement Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho has on hand n largo supply ot
Ohineso Granite Ourb nnd nlwnys keopa
Hawniinn Curbing Stone. Intimates
given nnd lowes4, prices assured. Telo
J0HH T. LUF1D,
Instrument :- Maker,
llioyclo lcpahing nnd nickel platiug n
Qoldr Silyer and Bpzo Electroiilatiug.
ISOFOItTSr. : : i TEL. C07.
BRASS SIGHS MADE TO ORDER.
Fort St. Opp. Pantheon Stablos.
Our Scissors are sharp; our
Razors aro bright; wo Shave
equally well by clay or by
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