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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 10, 187.
Jh Were Won
m Saturday on the
1L" PTrni iim
rBVILT LIKR A WATCH"
THAN ON ALL OTHER
Three Different Riders on Three Different
" STBRI- INGS
"Won Five F'irst and One Second 3?rize
Out of tho Six Kutrios !
3T Fr Strength, Easo and Durability tho Stkiimno
has no equal.
Household Supply Department
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd.
T. 0 Uox -ISO. Teliphonk 478.
S. W. LEDKKUK, T ""V" T Corner Kiur and Nun-
Prop. J ,V J i anuSts.
jNgw and Kirst -class
Bu Sold Cheap
S Highest Cash Price paid for Second-hand Furniture
at the I X L. corner King and Nuuanu streets.
DO YOU USE
If 80, why ot have the BEST?
It la well-kuowu that
r "Pommery Sec"
HA9 NO HUPEIUOIt.
tST Should your requirements call
(or a Hist-cIiihH, but less expensive
wine, we liuve n full supply of
M&" livery botllu of any of above,
brands U gtmrauteed In perfect order
t time of delivery.
W. C. PEACOCK. & CO.
643 IilMITKII. Ttf
Notice is hereby given that
Mr. John Grace is authorized
to collect all accounts owing
the Honolulu Dairy, and all
persons having claims against
said Honolulu Dairy are re
quested to present tho same at
once at tho c IHco of .Tames I.
Dowsett, Queen street.
JAMES I. DOWSETT.
More First Prizes
for Cash "B8
Most anything will go down
our throats, excepting tho story
about the exclusive batter's
five-dollar lint being better
than ours at two fifty,
because his name is inside.
If we could put old beads on young
!oulder8, tfiere'd bo but one store
in town selling olothes for little
fellows. It takes an old head to
know what's bust in clothes.
Today's offerings are a study
9 Hotel Street
Agents for Dr. Deimel' Linen-Mesh
Underwear. 8eml for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Arendt Jeffress & Co.,
Kins Street, raurAlakca.
Himnl pnr Wiok $l.F()
nmglo lUunl -,
Ten, CoM-h, Cllih-nlutu mult uke.. .10
IS! Cream uud Cuke 1jo
W liirHMt and CooleH T)(,'iu
ltiiuiu lu thb city. Open eveuiligu.
FAMILY LUNCH ROOM,
Woman's ExcIihiiko Old tjtaml.
First Glass eala, - - 25c.
tlcw Cooks and Nov Waitois,
Now Furniture- and Dishes.
A. W. SEABURY,
Corner KIiir and Ala! hi Streets
Honolulu, H. I.
Mrs. A. Scliincflen Proprietress.
Rooms Klisiiitu ami futile, with
llouril, from f5 0 pur wopI' luieortllng
to lequlrt-iuellts of lllii (.'iieiiU.
Tho only Itoof Promrnuile Oardon
in the city. Qli ). OAVIiNAOH,
Telephone 054. : : : Manager.
I. INt.lt WAHIUMOO I'ltO.tl VIOrOKIA
TO TIIR COLON I Eft.
NK'amrr llelene Willi Milch Mlnr-
Makca Arrlvea Mmi Lot (Ion
lu Luennrd Ilrina.
Ocoauio whnrf is cloan as a
The schooner Anna sailed from
Mahukoua July 13 with 5G22 bags
The bark Fresno thence from
this port arrived at Fort Gamble
Liner Ohina in tomorrow night
from Yokohama. She will stay
Tho Bteamer Hawaii sails off
Honomu, Pepookoo and wayportB
Tho brigantino John D. Sproc
kets arrived in Mahukona July 14,
10J days from San Francisco.
Tho steamer Mauna Loa with a
big load of freight and passengers
for Eona and Kau left thence this
The ateamer James Makee with
sugar and rico (2700 bags) from
the Garden isle arrived in this
Tomorrow, high tide large 5:48
pm;high tide small 0:25 a m; low
tido large 0:30 a m; low tidu small
11:00 p m.
The steamer Holono with a big
jag of sugar and a number of pas
Beugors came in from Faauhau
and wayports last night.
The bark Diamond Hoad sailed
this afternoon for tho Golden
Gate with threo passengers and a
BUgar cargo of 1431 tons valued at
The barkentine Amelia and
schooner Robert LeworB thence
from this port arrived at Port
Blakoly July 2 and July 3 respec
tively. R. 1TI. 8. Warrlmoo.
With tho following memoranda
from her most courteous purser
T E Bellmaine, tho Australian
liner, is at the mail wharf: The
RMS Warriraoo, 1897 tons, Chas
Wm Hoy commander, left Van
couver, BO, at 4 p m July 8 and
arrived at Victoria at 10 p m same
dato; left again at midnight; pass
ed Tatoosh Island light at 4 am
next day. Exporioncod through
out the passage light winds and
fine weather, arriving at Honolulu
at 5 o'clock this morning. Tho
Warriraoo leaves for the Colonies
at G o'clock tonight.
From Hawaii, per stmr Helena,
July 15 Miss Watt, J Watt and
wifo, Miss Weight, J E Ronton, 1
officer nnd prisoner, C J Falk and
wife and 4 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr James
Mak.-e, July 1G M V Purvis, Mr
Wada and 17 deck.
Fiora Vancouver and Victoria,
per RMS Warriraoo, July 1G
For Honolulu: Mr and Mrs W
U Baird, Miss V May. Mrs T
May, Master O May, Master G
Mnv. Mr A FT Mnv. Hnv Alnv
Mackintosh, A R Mackintosh, Miss
M o llosa, Mibb UowIpb, Mrs li a
Mead, Mies E J Cartwright, W D
Wilcox, Mrs V Johnston, J G
Manghin, O A Mugrove, Dr J O
Itiinil. Mrn KV Hnitnnn. Mrs J K
Jones, Mrrf Maynihau, Miss Muy-
inuau. rurougii: Jjiini iiantur-
lv. Tiiulv llimfnrlv. Tiiulv f!nn.
" 1 -""- - ""J' -'"-J WWM
stimnn Knnv. finilv K TCiioy. l.nril
,Elibauk, Mr EgorBon, Picker, Mr
Wnn.l I. t..,l -r.. W T..
ii uu, xixi cum jub . i liy lllllli, iLr
J 1 Metzlir, dipt Alexander, Miss
Sohwritnr. Mr (lattv. Mr nnilhr.lt
Mr and Mrs Collius, Mr Geo V
L,ee, jur Jl li Aldons, Mr 1 Siu
flnir, Mr 11 h llolhrook, Mr It
Hardy, Mr Moss, Miss Bruno,
MibB Allen, Minn Hay.
For Maui and Hawaii, per
stmr Manna Lou, July lGAlex
May, Mr and MrR J K Knkaula,
Whitnnv. Aim T W .InniJ P. r
Wnlton, wifo aud hou, Mrs Shar
retl, Emily Kauhui, Mrs M Knu
lia and bou, Luoy Sharrett, Mra V
A Wall, Miss Augua, Master An
drowH: Lniiimi Trwld. Vn.n TZa-
lii, Miss A Smithies, Miss A Ko
kuiila and 71 duck.
For San Fianoisco, per bk
Diamond Head, July 1G 8 E
Whitmor, S II Dowbatt and Y II
.uiiuB uizziu xveoui, jaB t! Morgan,
J A Rodanot, S Furuya, Miss An
drews. J ConriiAr. lP. li1 Kino Afiou
, shipping intelligence.
WEDNhslur, July 14,
Btmr Hclenc, Freeman, Irom Hawaii porta.
Bilir Norma, Itoaclilll, from Palmyra.
Fkiiiat, July I(,
CASS Wnrrlmoo, White, from Victoria
Stmr Jnmca Maker, Tullctt, Irom ports on
KimtAT, July 10.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmcreon, for Maul and
Htmr Mlknlia'a, Tliompton, from Maul aud
D AS j Wnrrlmoo, White, for Suva nnd
Ilk Diamond Head, Ward, for San Fran
cisco. VESSELS LEAVINa TOMOP.HOW.
Stmr Hnunll, JfrDonnld, for Ilonohlna,
Honomu, Hakalau, Potiakumanu and Pcpce
Per bk Diamond lli'.nl 21,503 baga aurnr
by Oavles ,t Co Ltd, f B llrewer Oi Ltd,
Catlc AtJooke Ltd nnd I' A "chacfor & Co.
,091,403 pound), alued !U,4SI
Ex stmr Jnmcs MnUec-'JSSU ba;;9 t11 3 Co)
sugar, I VI bus; (pake) rice.
Ex stmr Helene 7)61 bags Pnanliau and
l"C() bnirs Ktikuinii siiL'iir. Tntnl il.SH b;ii'
A Qnrpii'a ConrlmiHii and n Prcil
dent'a Wnnld'be AnaHllnnt.
Dr. Emorsou has reported to
Judge Wilcox on lii examination
of two alleged insane persons and
they will be duly committed to tho
Asylum in tho course of the day.
Akiona, who was looking for
President Dole with a file yestor
day, is certified to bo suffering
with ncuto mania. Ho iH 41 years
of age, cook and nurse by profes
sion, residing at Chiuesn Hospital,
has been 10 years in tho country
and is said to have had previous
Eaki, tho coachman of Dowager
Queen Eapiolaui, is certified to
be suffering with homicidal mania.
He is 45 years of ago and is said
to bo insane because, he is silent,
will not eat and seeks his own do
struction. His mania is said to
bo due to intemperance.
SIhIcIi Itrlwerii Hurried nnd Nlujjlo
Tor Toiuorrutr Aflernnnn.
Tho match tomorrow aftornoon
on tho old baseball ground be
tween tho "Murried" and ''Single''
will prove to bo a very exciting
one.as both teams are very strong.
Uesides the following list of
names of those already seen, any
one wishing to participate will bo
gladly welcome. Tho match will
begin at 2 p. m. sharp:
Married Herbert, Jordan, Vin
cent, Piiucp Cupid, R S Scrim
geour, W Lishmau, Hatfield, Rev
V H Eitcat, Davny, Dr Sloggett,
F Auerbaoh, Lycett, Wansoy.
Single Dr Mu nay, Knue, 0
Davies, Prince David, A St M
Mackintosh, A It Mackintosh,
Ahlo, liiddoll, W Soper, Shillitoe,
Catron, T Linhman, J Catton.
m m m
In tho district Court this morn
ing the boys who confessed to
robbing tho store of H. E. Walker
wore before Judge Wilcox. All
pleaded guilty. Eaili, tho native
who induced tho boys to go into
the affair, confosBed to three prior
convictions for larceuy, and was
Hontonced to two yearH at hard
labor as an accessory to the crime.
Tho two Portuuutttiu boys, Autoue
FreitaB aUd Manoel Modoiros,
aged respectively 15J aud 15 years,
wore givon one year oach at hard
labor. August Schaefer, the 13-yoar-old
Gorman boy, wbb sent to
tho ltoform School for a year.
IMrllie C'iminC In I'm or.
Tho Secretary of the Navy to
day, says a Washington dispatch
of July G, asked the opinion of
thu Judge Advocate as to bis
powor to give a contract for a tor
pedo boat to tho Pacific Coast,
despite, tho fact that tho three
lowodt bids canio from tho Atlau
tio wide. Secretary Long express
ed tho hope that this could bo
done. In caso of u decision favor
able, it now seems likely that
Wolff & Zwioker of Portland, Or.,'
will got a contract for a 2 19 ton
The schooner Norma, Rosohill
master, arrived in from Palnivra
' island yesterday.
IM IM'.W IIM IIIIVAMS'I
'I'hliili-Ihr liny Orxl.ir Villi lie I'rr.
(tent l OiiiiiI Minn 1'nll lo
Victoria, B. C, July 8. Tho
London Daily Graphic today pub
lishes an interview with Dr.Chaun
coy M. Depew, in which ho says:
"Bryauisra is only anothor namo
for discontent with existing con
ditions. For throo years tho Am
erican farmer has had no paying
market for his produco or livo
stock. Miners and manufacturers
have bad n tentative and spasmo
dic, but not regular business, and
labor has found no steady employ
"This gavo an opportunity for
new men and uew fads to say that
they had a patent remedy or fin
ancial oure, all of which will
start the wheelB of industry,
and give good markets and full
employment. Hryauisra repre
sents this alleged cure and hope.
It wob defeated by a campaign of
education and promise of pros
perity with tho new administra
tion and protective tariff; also
stability in currency.
"The disappearance of Bry
auisra in the year 1900, at tho next
presidential election, dopeuds up
on tho fulfilment of those pio
mises. If we get the promited
legislation and then havo good
times, Bryanism is dead. If wo
do not, then there will bo such an
increase of uneasiness and dis
content as will sweep tho country
for Mr. Bryan or some other ex
perinii'iiler with firsancu! and in
'im: cuicrkvcy qdkstiov
l'rcNldeul ClPTelniid lln a .TfrNMigc
llrndjr rnr'llili. Selvii
Wanhington, D. C, July 7. vin
Vict-.riu, B. G . July 8 President
McKinloy cdled a spocinl meet
tug of tl o cubinet for today.
After a discussion lasting ovei
an houi the cibitict decided that
the pruuident should send to c n-gies-
legislution cruvidiig for a com
untieo to ndju-t tho curronoy qnes
timi of tho country.
It is the oxpect'ition of the pre
sident that tliOp.nl)j. ot will receivo
tho attiiitinii of coiigreBS during
tho present ixtre si-HHinn.
Tim me8-Hgo itself is written
at d is short. Its puricipnl feature
is a quotation from the pre-ddent'H
inaugural addross on the financial
Tho tariff bill was not consi
dered at tho meeting to day ox
cept in its hearing on the cur
rency commission proposition.
The president will ask authority
to name nine cummissionors and
for un appropriation for the ox
pensos of tho commission, but will
not mako u suggestion as to tho
political or other composition of
tho commission, nor will ho mako
any smg-stum as to tho lines of
investigation. He will himself
c II attention to the nocesuity ot
reform in our currency and na
tinuiil banking laws ai.d state that
in his opinion rof rm Is equal
ly important with tho enactment
of u protective tariff law.
ACCIDENT AT TIIK l'ALI.
Mnllve Lmm Killed liy tlie rxiilodlnc
Yesterday afternoon about 2:30,
Eilauoa, a native luha employed
by Joe Puni, a subcontraulor on
tho Pali road, was iustautly killed
by tho exploding of a blast.
Sovpral holes had been drilled,
tamped with powder and tho
fuse fired. One of thom not ex
ploding as quickly as Eilauea
thought it should, ho wont to seo
if tile fuse hhd burnt out. Ab he
wus standing over tho holo tho
explosion occurred. Eilauea was
thrown high in tho air, striking
on a ledge-10 feot down tho sido of
tho pali. From thenco ho rolled
down 150 feot further. When as
sistance reached him ho wa dead.
Captain Parker of tho polico
investigated tho occurrence, but
no inquest was deemed necessary.
The funeral took place this morn
ing at 8 o'clock. Tho deceased
leaves a wife and baby iujudigout
circumstances. Messrsf While
head and Wilson, tho contractors
for tho outiro road, boro tho ex
penses of thu funeral, Bonding tho
widow S50 yesterday afternoon.
If you aro interested in tho sub
ject of onlarged portraits, it would
ho worth your whil to sco the
samples at King Bros, at prices
ranging from $5.00 to 10.00
fruracs and all. Thoy can't bo beat.
MANUFAOTUKED BY THE
Oliver Bros.' Plow Mirk
These, through good service
nnd effective work on SUGAR
and RICE P L A.NTATIONS,
nnd elsewhere, have nindo for
themselves n good reputation.
Reports from our customers
"how perfect satisfaction given
in scouring, light draft nnd in
Wo now present to the pub
lic a full lino, as follows:
Sizes: 5 to 10 Inches.
Made for light cultivation
and nil ordinary use and by a
systematic system of bracing
these plows are both light and
Sizes: G, 8 and 10 Inches. For
Sizes: 12 and 14 Inches. For
breaking and heavy plowing.
Money to Lend.
Upon real estate security, only a
limited amount, on reasonable in
terest. Borrowers whose time la up
with other mortgagee, will do well
to confer with
Trustee, at Jtiilloiary UuilUiug.
Subscribe for tho Evening Bdi,.
letin 75 cents per month,
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