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Vol. II. No. 394.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
. Published every day except Sunilny tit
210 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
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Tclcphono 25G. 1. O. Box 80.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
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You've heard us say that
ours is a department store in
many waj's. We do not sell
furniture but we sell nearly
everything else for use in the
house. Nor does our business
stop there; wo sell everything
required in putting up a franio
house except the lumber, so
that with tho exception of one
or two articles.
If you havo built your homo
and need articles in hardware
for trimming, ours is the store
to get them. If you contem--r
plato building you will need a
hundred different articles in
shelf hardware; ours is the
.-vr- x"Pm(:0 to get them in tho lest
quality at lowest rates.
Our stock of shelf hardware
, is complete in every detail.
Thero's not a thing omitted
for which there is a call and
the goods arc bought by us
so wo may sell them cheap
and at a profit.
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Specialties THIS WEEK
SHIRTING ana SHEETING
QUILTS and TABLE
ASERGES and LAWNS,
SILK RIBBONS, Etc.
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W No Hnch Spiinldcr has cvor been
placed on tho market before.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & COOKE,
Sale is Over!
Hut I am eclllnc all of my
stock of Koodn very cheap.
My specialties for tula
week nro ...
Silk Crepes --'
Robinson lilocl;, Hotel street.
liilist In IIn Xuiiic.
Climato of ovory variety oxorts
a different inilnonco on tho do
BiroB of mankind for a stimulant.
In colder zones boveragos of groat
alcoholic strength aro used to a
very much largor dogroo thau in
tho tropics. Beor is best suited
to our climato and nono found in
tho market is bettor than that
bearing tho brand of "Paiist,
Milwaukee." It iB browed from
tho best of malt and hops and is
a groat thirst quencher and invi
gorator and stimulates tho nerves
and muscles. At tho Royal, Cos
mopolitan and Pacific saloons it
may bo found, cold and pure. In
terchangeable chocks aro isHiicd
which may bo used at any of tho
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HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1890.
SUNDAY STAR STORIES
I-AIHY TAI.KN Ht.XV AllltOMl
AIIOUT II1WAIIAN LAWS,
IIIK I.PK11I Tlulit Hint lllilli'l .Tlnl.rli..
Ncnli'l i Lhh' Ilrcnlur-..
In tho "special corroHpondonco"
of tho San Francisco Chronicle,
under date of Honolulu, August
'2, tho following account of tho
fiibt u ml, a it piovod, unbl iiti
puaranco of the Sunday Star is
"Tho biggest stir this Puritan
placo has had in many a year
was caused by tho appearanco this
morning of tho firBt number of
tho Sunday edition of tho Daily
Star. All tho up-to-dato popula
tion heartily indorse the advance
step, but tho entorpriso is bitterly
denounced by a numbor of tho
church party. Tho Star people
aro soreno. Thoy find they havo
mado a hit, and iu answer to cou
suro point to tho publication of
tho old missionary pnpor on Mon
day mornings, necessitating all
Sunday work, and to tho Sunday
baud concerts and Sunday target
shooting lately indorsed by tho
Government. An attompt will bn
mado to stop tho Sunday Star, but
us managers announce Unit thoy
intend to keop it up at auy cost in
tho way-of defense m tho court. In
tho old days hero undor tho bluo
laws it was taboo to drivo a horso
or light a firo for cooking on Sun
day.'! heso laws havo never been re
pealed, but havo been inoporativo
for many years. Latoly tluiro has
beou further relaxation. En
croachments upon tho Sabbatli
havo been condemned and resist
ed by tho religious societies, but
tho authorities are inclined to bo
"The first issuo of tho Sunday
Star had as fcutuinu a sermon, an
aitioloou women in the pulpit, a
McKinloy pago aud rattling ac
counts of tho ball gamo and horse
raco of Saturday aftornoon, to
gether with tho scoro of a shoot
ing match in which twenty men
mado 822 out of a possible 1000.
Theso woro tho sharpshooters.
Tho Sunday-morning papcr,wliich
surprised tho community, also
gave a list of events for tho day,
such as baud concort, boating and
bicycle parties and shooting
matches and notahlo uativo feasts.
Tho Star has machine composi
tion, high speed press and folder.
It is ownod by a company in
cluding a numbor of loading busi
ness nion, with Ed Towso as
editor and Frank L. Iloogs as
business manager. Both theso
men aro from tho Slates."
Commenting editorially on tho
lorogoing, tno unronicio says:
"Honolulu is reported to bo
greatly excited over tho first issue
of a Sunday morning newspaper.
It seems that tho old blue laws,
copied from thoso of Connecticut
and Bhodo Island, havo never
boon ropoaled, and that there is
talk ot roviviug them in order to
suppress tho paper. President
Dolo has shown wisdom in his
raunngoniout of Hawaii, and it
does not appear credible that he
will tolerate so foolish a coursd as
this. Thoro is uo sound arguuiont
against tho issuo of a Sunday pa
por, becauso most of tho work on
it is dono on Saturday night.
Thoso who arguo on this ground
should object to tho Monday paper,
as nearly all tho work on this is
sue is dono on Sunday. Honolulu,
liko many othor places, will soon
becorao acoustomed to its Sunday
paper, and will then marvol how
it got along without tho froshost
nows ono day in soven."
It is generally boliovod in local
press circles that the Honolulu
special correspondence of tho
Olirouiclo is written in tho Star
oflico. Probably tho succeeding
batch to that from which tho foro
goiug extracts aro takon will havo
Continued on J,th Pmje.
JM.IUI.Ol'N I'KIIK'A.IIK.V r OV A
tlllltcu vorn In .llulic IIimmiIiiIii f.ir Slip.
PIIfk nml rt In Hip llro..kor.
Olf llliirli liiii.
At about lmlf.past 4 o'clock
this morning just as it was getting
daylight, Chariot Potntt-on, tho
t lookout of tho J)iimjiii'l lioiul
bikini Station, utmcrvud a bark
iusidu thy lino of breakers around
Black Point and notified tho
pilots' ollice. Tho vessel came
slowly on, seemingly impelled by
tho current, and at 5:U0 struck on
a rocky point exactly opposite
tho signal station. At G:JJ0 tho
tug aud pilot arrived and Boon
afterwards the steamors Keauhou
and Mokolii camo to tho scone.
At 7:15 a lino was mado fast to
tho wreck aud the tug did hor best
to pull tho ill fated vessel off the
rocks, but after several attempts
was compelled to give up without
haviug moved the vessel at all.
The Gainsborough wont on tho
rocks just boforo high tide,aud at a
quarter to 10 all euorts to suvo
tho vessel woro given up until
high tido tomorrow morning.
Tho Gainsborough lies about
half a milo directly below tho
lookout station. She appoars to
bo hard and fast on hor rocky bed,
and tho breakers which occasion
ally dash against hor sides appear
to move hor but little. She is an
English wooden vessel, built in
180(5, of 10119 gross and 07d not
tonuayo. 8ho was on her way
from "Wostport.No w Zealaud.to San
Francisco with a full cargo of
coal. Sho intended to put into
Houolulu to replenish hor stock
of wator and provisions which
wore getting l.u.
Captain King and Harbor
Master fnllor conunlted with
Captain McPhail as to his futuro
course. Ho called for four volun
teers among tho ship's crow to
romain with him on tho vessel
and sout his wifo and children
and the romainder of tho crow to
Honolulu on tho tug with all their
elfocts. Ho would make no tonus
with tho captains of tho othor
stoamois for assistance, and
oven declined the oll'or of Captain
King to have tho Eleu stand by
him. What Captain McPhail in
tends to do is a mystery, Out ho
has probably given up all hope of
saving tho vessel and intends to
stay with hor to the last.
Charles Potorsou has been kept
busy answering telephouo calls
this morning, hut found timo to
toll ii Bulletin roportor some of
his reminiscences. Ho says that
tho onlv othor vossol which camn
near being wrecked at tho samo
spot was tho whalor Son Bangor,
whioh wont ashoro almost at
tho samo spot somo years ago.
Sho grounded very lightly, how
ever, and hor captain ordered
out his fivo boats aud thoy suc
ceeded in pulling her off without
injury after n short timo. Tho
Waimanalo also had a close call
at tho samo place somo timo ago.
Potorhon thinks tho vessol can bo
got olf by throwing her coal ovor-
Doard it tlio weatlier remains lino.
At noon sho was standing straight
up, thoro being about ten feet of
water around hor. Fifty yards
furthor out from hor present posi
tion thoro is deop water. Sho
seems to bo lying on a rocky shelf
with n sandy covering.
Harbor Muster Fuller says tho
vessel is lying in a fory procari
oub position, and in his opinion
sho cannot bo saved. Ho said tho
ouly thing for Captain McPhail
to do was to put out anchors from
tho Btorn so that tho vossol could
not bo thrown furthor inshoro,
and then procood to lighten tho
Bhip. Ho doubted, howevor, if
any chain could bo found
which would hold tho vos
sol against tho tromondous
Continued on 5th Page.
LATE ORIENTAL ADVICES!
A I'OUMUtiA 'lOUW NA()lti:i II V
nrltlli Nnllor-. nml lmi l.mtilril
Mt Aniiij Jiipniit-on I'lomU
I'ronnli Itiilluiiy In I'uri'n.
Mail advices brought from tho
Orient to San Francisco loll of a
robollion which has broken out in
tho center of the island of Formo
sa. Iloouim, tho camphor center,
was attacked on tho 27th of Juno.
It is supposed tho fow Japanoso
thoro, numbering about a dozen,
including tho gendarmes, wore
killed, and it is feared that D. D.
Ollia, a European, has also fallon
ft victim. Tho town is supposed
to havo boon sacked, and tho loss
to forciguore will bo considorablo.
This stato of affairs is duo to tho
cruolties committed by tho Japa
noso in tho country and to tho
nrrogftneo and gonoral misconduct
The French Miuistor has de
manded of tho Corean Govaru
mont permission for French citi
zens to construct a railway bo
tweou Seoul and Mokupo. Tho
Miuistor of Foreign Affairs is
much annoyed at this demand, as
it cannot very well bo refused,
tho Govorumout .having givon
other countries a franchise to
Li Han Sing, now Corean Min
ister to tho United States, left
Chemulpo July 17th for America
on tho United States steamor
Tho negotiations on tho treaty
of commorco botweon Japan and
China woro concluded on Juno
28th, and tho treaty will bo signed
shortly. Tim speedy conclusion
I is duo to the withdrawal of tho
clause relating to Japanese manu
Cot.sidorablo cxcilemont was
; cauhod at Amoy on July 8th ow
I ing to tho lauding of two machine
1 guns and a parly of bluo jackets
from tho British gunboat Bedpolo
at tho request of tho British Con
sul. It appears that Messrs But
torfiold it Swiro had seon fit to
chango their coolie contractor, tho
result of which was that tho now
coolies wore menaced by tho old
hands to such an extont that tho
work of the firm was soriously re
tarded. A corporation with a largo capi
tal has been formed at Osaka for
tho construction of locomotives
nnd cars. Tlio company in entire
ly of Japanese.
A company iB to bo incorporat
ed to work cortain coal mines in
Ushibuka, Auiakusa district, Ku
mamoto profocturo. It is claimed
that tho coal from theso mines is
usurping tho placo formerly hold
by tho English commodity.
From various parts of Japan
como roportB of tloods in conso
quonco of heavy rains. By tho
ovorJlowing of tho Joganji rivor
on July 9th 1325 houses woro sub
merged nnd considorablo dnmago
was doue. Two poisons were
Tlio Jnpaneso Govorninont has
decided to vote 500,000 yon for
tho relief of tho victims of tho ro
cont tidal wnvo.
JTItxiiiuc from tiirun Victoria
London, August 12. Quoon
Victoria has issuod a mossago to
tho nation, thanking thorn for
thoir expressions of loynlty and
affection ns tho poriod npproaohes
nt which tho longth of hor roign
will havo oxcoodod that of any
other English monarch, but ask
ing that any national colobration
shall not bo observed until sho
has comploted sixty years of hor
roigii. Queou Victoria was crown
ed on Juno 28, 1838.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Tonne: 25
and GO conts por night" $1, and
81.25 por weok.
Pitioa 5 Cknih.
ABOUT THE SUGAR MARKET
K UCAOI'N I'llOJi OAMt.K .1! C'lltTtl.'J.
Arrival itnil Ill-purlins In lliKnicr
I'li-rl nt Miu I'mur lnm-Muif r I
From Cnstlo & Cooko's lajost
circular lottor on tho sugar market
tho following is extracted :
Centrifugals Wo regrot to re
port a docliuo in these ns tho fol
lowing sales will indicato:
Aug. 10, 10,000 bags spot. .8$ etc
" 12, 3,000 " ..8
" 13, 8,000 " " ..33 "
" M, 900 " " ..3 "
" 17, COO " " ..8 J "
Granulated has also declined t
1.5G N. Y. In S. F. it is -1 5-8 cU
Boots "When tho last stcamec
left theso were firm nt 10s. but
immediately bogan to weaken nnd
receded to 9a. GJd on tho 14th,
when tho market hardened again
nnd closes with nu upward tend
ency but without much strength.
Sugar stocks havo advanced
from S98 for common on tho lOtU
to $103 1 on tho 20th aud from S9S
for preferred to S9(5.!.
Aug. 10; Helen N. Kimball, Ej
hului, Aup. 12; Muriel, Honolulu,
Aug. 18; Santiago, Hilo, Ang. 17?
W. G. Irwin, Honolulu, Auk. 20;
Sailings S.C. Alien, Honolulu,
Aug. 9; Albert, Honolulu, Aug.9
S. N. Castle, Honolulu, Aug. M;
Mary Dodgo, Kahului, Aug. 17;
Transit, Houolulu, Aug. 1'8.
Vessels Discharging Santiago,
will finish today. W. G. Irwin.
Vessels Waiting to Discharge
Vessels on tho Berth S. G.
Wildor, Honolulu, no sailing dat
givon; Muriel, Honoipu, no sail
ing date given.
at jniihi; islam).
I.tiNt niuil Conceit Ti.itiorriiM Ilcforv.
Tho vacation of tho government
band commences on Monday, and
tho bint timo the boys will play
until it is over will bo tomorrow
afternoon at Makeo Island, com
mencing at 8 o'clock, whon the
program given bolow will bo ren
Overture William Tell Kostiul
IiilLTinc.il -Cuviillerlii UiiitleniiA...IucRiiS
ll.illait -.Morning Keutlicmn
Selection. Uolicmlau Olrl HaUn
rnutaftln Magmllc-ont (now) Mmelltti
rarnphraio -Melodic 1 i I' (.itn). .K-.iliin-lein
Fantula--Twlll);lit Whispers (conr)..IIolmcc
Finale l!omuiaijue rncw) Boeltl
At Ihiiimi tV;:inr..
Tho band will play at Einmt,
Squaro this afternoon at tho usual
hour, with tho following pro
Overture Murmurs of tlio Forct , ..Bouillon
r.mtA'.iii Concert Quartet l'erolliii
Selection Trumpeter of gaekklngen..NcsUer
Unllml On tliuSea Svbubert
Waltz Lautlcla t'lilirhnrh
Quadrille l'.uil Jones I'Liiicinetto
A Natural Deduction.
"Now," said tho earnest apostle,
"if a man took a Bilvor dollar nml
molted it ho would only hnvo 53
cents' worth of Bilvor. What do
you think of that ?" "Well,'' said,
tho mnn who had boon ohowing n
straw find looking puzzled,
"'znoar's I can mako it out ho
would bo it durn fool." Indiaua
LivNt ML-iif rirv.
Tho Becond alarm of firo yester
day was turned in nt 8:30 p.m.
for a small blazo in tho roar o
No. 3 engiuo houso in Jnpaneso
town. A child upsot ft lamp nnd
Bot n room on firo in tho houso oE
Yoo Wo, ii Chinese butcher. Tho
blnzo was extinguished beforo tho
arrival of tho dopartmont.
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