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iiiuiii: Ayei-'s SiiraaiKtPl'hi it i-cnul-tnMit
on iho wnippi'r. mill Is blown in
tho glass ol vauli buttle.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for the Repnblio of Hawaii.
Mortagoo's Notico of Intention to Foro
closo and of Sale.
In accordance wltU tlio provisions of that
certain morlKauo made by 0. U. EI.AM (u),
and KKAI.AI.A1NA, his wire, to JOHN t'U
LAA (k), dated May 'JS, 188S, recorded In the
Heirlstrur OIllcc, Onhu, In I.lbor Ho, pp. 320
and 880, notice Is hereby given that said
iuortca;cc intends to foreclose iho game for
condition broken, to wit, the non pajment of
both piluclpal and Interest when duo.
Notice Is liken Iso clven that after the ex
plnitlon of tluce weeks from this dnto the
property covered by said mortgage, will be
advertised for sale and will be sold at public
auction at the auction rooms ol James F.
Morgan, Honolulu, on Wednesday, August
V.'. IS'Jt), at 1-' o'clock noon of that day.
For further particulars apply to J. A.
Maroon, attorney tor John Pulan, mortgagee,
Honolulu Hale, Merchaut street.
Dated Honolulu. July iJO, IblK).
The property to be sold Is as follows:
All that piece or parcel of land situated at
Kapaakea and Opukanla, Walklkl, Oahu,
dcM-rlbcd in Kojnl Patent No. 2503, Kulcana
13U', to Kaifauhll, containing an area of four
nndjtU-loo acres. iHSMJ
WE HAtfE B01fED
We are gotting in a BIG STOCK
ut our Now Storo
Medeiros & Decker,
Fine Tailoring and
Will be received at my oflico
till 12 o'clock noon, Suturdaj',
August 15th, 189G, for the
building of a two-story build
ing to be built on niakai side
of King street and opposite
the foot of Liliha street.
Plans and specifications may
be seen at my oflice. 1 do not
' bind myself to Accept the
lowest or any bid.
WILLIAM C. ACH.I.
Honolulu, Aug. 10th, 1890.
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1AITE&T FOREIGN NEWS
imtKiunvKrM. VAtrrnix a so
lOrjiitEar ,nii:uiA i:vcxr-
3Vrll-lItMlwjr AocMoutTlio Cub its
iJiKISlii--Kiiroriui Il(tlr Ilii
Gold reserve, $110,712f IG0.
-AiH.tbo -rollinc mills o Nilea.
will .resunio work, ervirjer cm-
ploj'mont toiJOpO men.
Tlio ow 800 foot lodi on tlio
Saalt Ste. jMnrie canal, Michigan,
lias boon oponud. It is ths largest
in fiie world.
Police .and militia nro.gaarding
non-union workman threnttned by
Btrikors with vialonco at Cleve
Nearly $5,000,000 of twmsury
warrants for paytnont of sugar
bounties earned in 185)1 were is
sued on tlio 3rd inst.
Tlio filibustering eieninoriLaura
da has been sold to Antonio
Kubens of Wilmington, Dol., who
1b tlio reputed nttomoy for tlio
Tlio trial of " Bob" Mulleu, po
lice magistrate of Cripple Crook,
Col., has begun. Ho is charged
with malfeasance, oppression and
The British ship Duudeo from
Kobe, Japnn, arrived at Port
Towusend via the Royal Roads
with thrco cases of smallpox
Max Moyors, a second-hand
clothing dealer at Los Angeles,
Gal., is in jail on a charge of
arson, for starting a firo in which
a Chinese was burned to death.
Miners in Pennsylvania are
organising against reduction of
pay. A street car strike' is threa
tened at Pittsburg. Contracting
tailors in New York say the Btriko
will bo over in a week.
The S. S. La Bourgogno from
Havre for Now York, in the midst
of a heavy gale in midocenn
rescued the crew numbering
twelve o tho sinking bark Ernbt
from Wales for Now Brunswick.
Mooro Brothers, the promoters
or tho Diamond Match Company
aud tho Now York Biscuit Com
pany, announced at Chicago on
tho 3rd that thoy had failed. The
speculative value of the failuro
will bo about 20,000,000. Dia
mond Match stock had been
pushed up for years, standing at
222 tho day of tho failuro.
Warner, Blodgett & Co. had to
civo up thoir profitablo business
at Manilla, Philippine Islauds, on
account of Spanish persecutions.
It is presumed tho causo of their
treatment was that tho junior
inembor of tho firm wus an Amer
ican and tho souior member an
American sympathiser. Appeals
for intervention to Secretary 01
noy have boon in vain.
A man claiming to bo "William
Smolduth, for whose supposed
murder in Colorado oightoen
months ago Columbus B. Sykes, a
boy of 20, is serving a life sen
tence, has turned up alivo. Tlio
charred body of tho murdered
man was found in a burned hay
stack. It is suspected that the
live man iH an impostor, whoso
motive is to got a pardon for
MiBs Grace Wilson, youngest
daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Richard I
Tlioruuyko Wilson, and Cornelius
Vandorbilt Jr., oldest sou of
Cornelius Vandorbilt, were uiar
riod at 11:30 o'clock a. in., August
3, at the towu house of tho brido's
parents, 511 Fifth avonuo. Rev.
William II. Pott, rector of St.
Thomas' Chapel, porformed tho
ceremony . JNo member ol the
Vandorbilt family besides
bridegroom was invited or
present at the wedding.
Justico Calvin E. Pratt of the
Appellate division of tho New
York Slato Supremo Court, died
at Rochester, Mass., Aug. 3, aged
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, AJUGUST 11, 1896
tfndgo 'M. Carpenter of ihn
United States DiBtricf'Court'fOT
tlidistnctoTRhodolBland.dWdlStippriorlCourt of tho Congo
iuiyoi."oi paralysis or tno.uetyrr, m
Holland, hero ho "wa8"traveliri.
. TllAQEDT IN A'CECItGII.
C&uring tho Su ntbvyschool ?jt
vioes of tho Ba atist Church ';
T-hoiaaBvillo, Go Irgaavcn Auyalit
2,(fcJlonel 'Jumos Fi-fDflly, ono'&r
thofbost-knowti m en En tho noifcii
bcfrlvood, wns she t 3ovm and frii$
throat cut. John Ti Iluqhin coin
mitted thodeed, md a'flor gazing
onttho'fnce of his -victim swallow
od four ounces c I laudanum and
ranSrom the seen e of Iho murd-or,
pursued by' tho vac n df tiho congre
gation. QBvory on ,0 ihlHhe ohtobii
made a rush for 1 ho door as soon
ns tho pistol shot r-as 'fired.
tekuibiji: , bailv a.cciDr.Nx.
The Rea'ding R aikor.J express,
v rhicSi loft 'Philat lelphia at S?10
o 'clock p.m., July 31,-ifor Atlacrtic
C itjvcrashed into a Bennsylvaiiia
R ailroad excursio n 'train at flio
se. cood signal tow er, rcibout forir
mi les out 'irom
Po rty-soven: porso
anc I forty threo in
pea rs that trains
hav B fo5eu iu tho 1
to g at "first to the c
the 1 iroidMiMiappoi
dent ihzd long bee
this raeJiless ipractit
hs wore killed
'jivroS. It p-
ui bit of racmig
jfvi. An aoci-
u loi.rcd trosr
Th q Columbus J 3ugg
failed nvith litibilit k?s and asse-ic
each 1 rajpposod to boa million.
Mis Virginia Pair, of Califor
nia n icrovly csua 3"2 ,firowniK-j
whilo . bathing, at No ivpoitt, R. I.
Pros illcnt'CJlovelaud has issuoE
anothoi neutrality -proclamation,
which riiuo hitacomplimontsfroci
O.-illondino, the leader of
cifcir barn robber?, wus
I omiLi8 Biecoud .trial at
i& !asd iisentenuod to
tins 'in J?oIboo prison.
Ho had 0
feinnichs, a circuc por-
Vi3tvRc oitjforod to make
Mice nsion t Saercmon-
to Tfegular aeronaut had
to, when tl
declined 01 1 laoiTount of the strong
breeze, fell 775 foet by tho break
ing of the trapeze on -which ho
wa3 porfon uing i'u the air . and
died from hi iiiy juries.
THE CH CNESJK VICKltOY.
Li Hiing O. Wng, is in England.
He says Engli uid -could have pre
vented Oliiua ' disastrous war
with Japan. Whilo reproaching
England with tinning friendship
ho desires, as ai .ovidoncQ of sym
pathy, that Eni unncl should coo
cedo to China th Siright to makein
substantial addit 'n to tho duties
charged under tl -troaty botweea:
them upon good ontoring Chi
nese ports. The i 'lWiof silver hat
reduced tho value ottituo revenue J
from those duties 'rtne:lialf. lie
hints that tho proj VwicU increase
of reveliuo would w iilovoted to
tho purchaso of war l?.ho stores in
Europe. The Timei is assured
by Li Hung Chang n:itt ho has
reforms rJreadv in 01. ecction, in
cluding provision for a finotand an
ortny whioh witliin fivo-'.enrs will
piece Ohiaa in a position that
would rondor impossible any such
defeat as eho recently (uulured.
In commenting on bis proposals
tho Times says that unless iho in
create in duties is accompanied
by gxeater facilities for trade in
other directions, it can -only oper
ate tcr restrict .tlio volume of biiisi
noss. If on bis roturn to Cliiua
Li Hung Chang would make a
boginitiug by ausistiug ou prj)
tection to foreigners and tke
abatement of vexatious imposts isi
tho interior, aud guarantee equal
ity in treatment betweon tho sea
board and tho laud frontier trade,
also satisfy England that the con
cessions would not bo used to car
ry out secret understandings with
her rivals, ho might bo assured
that England would not fail io
respond in a practical maimer.
AN INTEKNATIONAL TllIAL.
Tho appeal of tho British Gov
ernment against tho ncquittalof
Captain Lothairo, tho Bolgian
officer who caused the" English
trador Stokes to bo hanged in tho
Congo rogion for Boiling arms
a ud1' amtannition to Sho natives, as
on trirfl fat Brusseils before tho
Wo1 .BENEFIT I HIELAND.
The .parjiamoritnry commission
to cor.Hiiltr nny practical means
of boTofitJiig Irolaiid has report
ed, invorinu tUScseation of a do
l)ariiuMilt 'Jieftdt'd by a Minister
for tfcfl ilavt'lopiiivmt and further
ance ftf Triah imlnptry, agrimil
tuialKuid ther, wnth a cousulting
coutwsil of tho vaembors
sent'Siivo 'jott Ireland a vanous
comrcerQiand industrial in
tereoif. i( is flwd the Govern
irretil 'H4fjrjb.u4y,inciitiid to take
some- wjQ' in tho direction Biig
gestad. The department would
give-Siounties tpsjaromoto agricul
tural exnerimente and' oncourario
. . , . . o .
!Rv. fo E,
ilubbard, of Ro-
chosler, Ni Y., rrand chaplain of
Now York SUKi Froo Masons,
was cordially Mr loomed to Ro
chester, England, by tho Free
Masons. ' IJa was Kent there by
tlwMasons of bis. own Rochester
with a contribution toward tho
restoration of the oRthedral in tho
English town of Iho samo name.
Mr. JJubbard, in replying to an
addrR3, assured his hearers of
tlie undying friend lim-su of the
Urritad States toward Groat Bri
tain, adding that if thoy had
hoard anything -to the contrary
they must remember that not nil
living in America are Americaus.
TJie London Post publishes a
long article on England's relations
with Germany, in tho courBo of
whiclitsays: The maintenance
of British rights in America, Af-
i ricaRud Asia may, at any time iu-
.wolvo tho necessity or uuhtiuc
.AmericoI?anco and Rosaia. .It
ibbhooves us to therefore ousider
oiiri relations with tho othor pow
ars. Hi is a fact not , only that .in
January tho quastion of how best
to fight tho British navy was seri
ously -considered at Berlin, but tho
plan ofrt campaign against Eng
isuirf was mapped out by a strato
giotmost competent to deal with
tho problem.. This faat ban never
boon .published before, und wo are
bound to admit that the present
tone of tho inspired German pross
ought to put our statesmou on
Prof. Andree's airship f6r the
polar trip was reody to sturt from
Spit2rbergOQ on July 25.
The .tomb.of Stambuloff, Bulga
ria's murdured statesman, has
been 4.binnijed with dynamite
Article) defending duelling in
tho Milttair Wochonblatt, always
considered au.oflieial orgau, have,
givon rise to assertions that Em
peror William is in favor of duol-
Statistics show that tho earnings
ulf tho Primeiau state railways iu
ca'oastd 10,000,000 marks during
liio first quarter of 180(5 as com
prod with tho same period of
Tho Emperor will hold this fall
the grandest naval maneuvers yet
essayedby tho Germuu navy. Tho
lleot will consist of fifty-three
fillips inclusive of twenty-four
Sansctol L. Clomone, (Mark
Twain')., has reached England in
good health, with his wife and
daughter. Ho considers tho
Transvaal the country of tho fu
ture. At tho Woodgron, Englaud, cy
clo meeting on Aug. 3 tho Eng
lishman, J. Platts-Betts, with a
standing start, did a mile iu 1:-18,
thus beating the record by 21-5
seconds. J. S. Johnson did a
mile with a standing start paced
in 1:50 1-5 at Louisville on Nov
ombor 7, 1895.
The British Government has
decided that tho Parliruontary
committco which will inquire into
tho administration of tho British
South Africa Company and the
oircuuiRtances attending tho raid
into tho Transvaal is to be com
posed of eight Unionists, four
Libornls ami 1111 Irish Nationalist,
1883, has boen abandoned near
tho Philippine Islands. Four of
the crew are missing.
Hayti is once more on the vorgo
A fire at Port au-Prince, Hayti,
July 22, caused a loss of 81.000,
000. Tho Britiflh ship Flora P. Staf
ford,; built in New South Wnlei
nnil it is expected, in spito of
denials, that tho Secretary of
State for the Colonies, Joseph
Clmmberlnrin, will eventually con
sont to preside ovor tho delibera
tions of tho committee.
1 Tho Italian frnfio'Fed "war ship
Iioma, of about 6800 tons dis-
j placement, waB struck by light-
ning on July '29. Tho t flames
spread rapidly, threatening to
reach the magazine, and it was
luuiiu ut-cuuHury ut hiiik. tut. tuiip
by discharging :a torpedo.
TIIK Oil It AN WAR.
A hot engagement is reported
to have occurred between Guay
mas and Melones, in tho district
of Mauzanillo, in tho Province of
Santiago de Cuba, in which tho
loss Buffered by tho Spanish
1 troopn was exceedingly heavy.
, Tho official report gives the num
1 bet of Spaniards as 100 pitied
against 1000 msurgonts. The oth
cial report further states that
Lieutenants Gonzales and Pinta
dos of tho Spanish force wore
killed, together with fifty pri
vates. Tho insurgents burned tho plan
tation of San Joaquin at Abanose,
in Matanzas, causing a damage
estimated at S-100,000.
Brigadior - General Echaguo,
with 700 re-enforcements, arrived
by tho trans-atlantic mail steamer
Catalina from Spain ou tho let
inst. The Bame veBHol brought a
quantity of munitions of war and
SI ,000,000 .in silver coneigued to
Tho naval authorities report tho
Beizure at Nueva Gerooa, Islo
of Pines, of additional rebol muni
tions, including a quantity of dy
namite. Hntfiinl nrianrlAio rr ukiv liotrrt
i JUtUl(U l lOUUUlO vy. If (1 UdTU
been oxecutod by tlio Spaniards
in Cabanas fortress.
Yellow fever aud smallpox aro
increasing iu Havana, Guanabo
coa, Mat'inzas and Santa Clara.
TJ10 insurgoDt forces under
Porico Belou and Rodolfo, in the
Province of Pinar dol Rio, mutu
ally mistook eauli othor for do
tachmouts of Spanish troops, and
iu tho fighting which followed
three insurgents were killed aud
Tbe Spanish press in Havana
urges tho Duke of Totuan, Minis
ter of foreign Affairs; to demand
tho extradition of tho Cuban revo
lutionist, Carlos Roloir.now in tho
United States. Tho Madrid Gov-
ornmeut's voluntary surrender of
Tweed is recalled, and tho oppar
tunity now presents itsolf, it is
said, for Secretary Olnoy to reci
procate. Nino female robels havo boon
captured and will bo tried by
court-martial. Tho capture is re
garded as highly important, tho
women having been tho moans of
porsuading hundreds of tho youths
in tho province to join tho insur-
j gents' ranks.
From Muuzanillo Colonel San
chez Purron reports having, with
300 troops, captured a rebel camp
at Larendonda. He soized tho
robols' horses, took one prisoner
and liberated mauy women and
children who were detained by
Patriotic Spauiords living in
Argontina havo givon a Clyde
shipbuilding firm an order for a
cruiser of -1500 tons, to cost $1,
000,000, aud to bo dolivorod in
eightoon niontliB to Spain as a
Having as ita aim tho cure of
tho siok and wounded in the
Cuban war, tho Oscar Primelles
Club hos been organized in New
York. Concerning tho clnb and
its objects, tho stutemout was
f riven out today at tho Cuban
loadquarters which BayB iu part:
"As tho Spanish Government,
against all principles of humani
ty, has forbidden tho Rod Cross
to penetrato into tho Unban
camps, this club will endeavor to
Piiioe 5 Cents.
take its placo and caro for tho
suffering and dying in the Cuban
Excessive rainB and a cloud
burBt caused a flood in tho Rama
river, Mosquito territory, Nicara
gua, which destroyed all tho plan
tations along tho rivor, awopt
away houses and drowned scores
of men, women and children.
Official advices received at Con
Btnutinople say that tho Cretan
insurgonts have attacked Mnssul
mau families living iu tho Ke
nouria district and that 1500 of
the Mussulmans havo been killed.
Tho date upon which tho raassacro
occurred is not given.
The Vionna correspondent of
tho London Chroniclo learns that
tho powers, with the oxception oE
England, aro preparing to block
Tho Porto's demand that Greece"
should stop tho export of war
material to Creto caused tho
Greek CabiuoHo resign, but tho
lung rotiiBed to accept tho resigna
tion and ordored tho Minister or
War on his own responsibility to
Btop tho exportation.
Tho Mussulmans havo burned
200 Christiau houses 111 tho village
of Kanodiko, in tho province o
Solice, island of Crete, and it is
feared that tho Christians, as a
reprisal, aro burning tho Mussul
man villages. Hostilities have
been resumed iu various parts of
Owing to tho fall in tho-price
of coffee, exports from Brazil to
tho United States havo been sus
pended. UI88ENSION JN SAMOA.
An Apia dispatch of July 15
suys: Tho feud in Samoa be
tween the German portion of tho
population and the British and
American residents is daily in
creasing in bittorncsB. -(EheCkr
mans would notuttoud tho Queen's'
birthday celebration, aud the war
Bhip Fulko actually loft tho har
bor to avoid participation in tho
festivities. Un tho Fourth of
July the samo thing occurred, and
not a single Germnn attonded, al
though the day was celobratod
with more than usual eclat.
Chief Justice Ido has almost
finished his investigation of land
claims and expects to shake tho
dust of Samoa off his feet by tho
end of tho year. Ho has earned
the respect of all, both foreign
TIIK IMtlIUUNTIAIj VAMPAIUN.
Tho Domocrats defeated tho
fusion ticket in tho Alabama
State elections. Johnson is elect
ed Govornor by an immense ma
jority, and it is bolioved the De
mocrats havo the Legislature on
an increased majority.
Dr. John Ridpath, the woll
known historian, who has been
nominated for Congress iu In
diana, is a strong advocate of
Fusion will probably carry in
tho Democratic convention of
Plans for fusion have been nr
rangod in Iowa.
Tho Republican bureau of ora
tory is recoiving mauy oilers of
tho services of boy orators to com
bat tho "Boy Orator of tho Platte."
Ouo kid of nine Bummors was pre
sented by his paronts to General
Clayton, a member of the bureau,
and precociously declared that ho
was able to moot Bryan on any
proposition relating to the cur
rency question and felt competent
to demolish any of tho original
"boy orator's" arguments.
Senator Gorman will work for
Bryan is preparing spoochoH for
his Eastern trip, his wife relieving
him of correspondence, lie de
clined at Lincoln, Nob., to bo in
terviewed on tho rumor that he
would decline tho Populist nomi
nation. Bourko Cookran is in favor of
having the gold Domocrats.if thoy
hold a convention at all, formu
lato a Democratic platform, nomi
nate McKinley electors and stop
Continued on Sth Payc.
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