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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST fll, 1897.
By A.11 tho Late Arrivals.
Acknowledged the Best on Earth.
A full assortment of Groat Am. Cross Cut from 2 foot to
Carpenters' Saws, Cheap, Alodium and High in price, any
length and size of tooth.
DO YOU WANT A flAMxIOOK?
Call in and see the latest thing in this lino if you do. Tho
one wo handle is built to us'3, and you will find it
"A Thing of Beauty and a Joy For Ever."
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
California Feed Company
.... OFFER FOR SALE ....
Port Costa, Olympic, Golden
Lily and Big "A" Flours.
t Choice Hay, Grain & Chicken Feed
l Always on hand. Also,
WHITE LUPINE BEANS
For Dampening, Mellowing and Enriching the Soil.
ESf For sale in quantities to suit by
Tho California Feed Co.,
Tel e-olione 121.
City Furniture Store
Have removed from the Old Stand, corner Fort and Bere
tauia Street, to the
Love Building, F'ort Street.
E2 The UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT is
fully equipped with all tho Latest Facilities in its line.
II II. "WILLIAMS, Manager,
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Rksmiknci:: King etreet, near llicli- I Office: Love Building. Telephone
iinlx. Telephone No. bid. No. 840.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
Just to hand an invoico of tho Now Improved PLANTERS HOE.
jBOLID OAST STEEL Extra strong, Eye and Blade forged from
PLOWS .Breakers, Doublo Furrow, Subsoil, Rico.
HOWE'S SOALES-The host in tho world.
JUIUSUGS l'aintfi, Oils and Varnishes.
WIRE DOOU MATS -Windmill and Cistorn Pumps.
VIS1JS, PIPE CUTTEltS-Nortou'ri Jack SorowH, 8 ami 10 tons.
VACUUM OILS Auothor iuvoioo just rocoivod.
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THE CO ABT.
Bark Arthtr In Port-C I) Bryant to
The bark 0 D Bryant sailed for
Laysan Island this afternoon.
Tho American schooner Transit,
JorgonBon master, 13 days from
San Franoisco with a general
cargo arrived in port this morn
ing. The following veasols havo sail
ed from San Francisco: Aug li),
brigtW G Irwin for Honolulu and
brig J D Sprockets for Mahu
kona. Tho following vessels havo ar
rived in Sau Francisco from this
port: Aug 20, barkoutiuo Inu
gard 23 days; Aug 21, O S S
Coptic 5 days and 18 Lours.
The Aniorican bark Archer,
Calhoun master,17 days from San
Francisco with four passongers
and a gouoral cargo, consigned to
Castle fc Cooke Ltd, docked at
Oceanic wharf this morniug re
porting a pleasantand unovontful
The Pacific Mail Steamship
Peru, commander Saunders, dock
ed at the Mail wharf at half past
fivo o'clock this morning six and a
half days from San Francisco,
with a fow packages of freight
UUU l1lI.U pUhbOlillo LOl til lo
poll. She leaves for Yokohama
tomorrow morniug. Commandor
Saunders of tho Peru was former
ly lirst otlicor of the China.
From San Francisco, per bk
Archor, Aug 31 Masters Arm
strong, Hedemann, Walker and
From San Francisco, per
P M S S Peru, Aug 31 For
Honolulu: Captain N M Dyer
U m N, J FJIumLiug, r E Kiutj,
Wm H Hamilton, Miss Margaret
Scott, D P J Edwards, H T Ed
wards, Rev T and Mrs Jackson,
Mr A Emanuel, Miss E E Dickin
son, Miss Qeorgeana Bancus.
For Yokohama: Mr and Mra J
D Brett, Mr and Mrs A F Prico.
Mr It G Watkins, Mr and Mrs
E Emanuel. For Shanghai: Mrs
Mead Drew, G D Brill, Rev and
Mrs J A Fitch and 2 children, H
Lehmann. J Kohu. For Hong
kong: Dr and Mrs Wm M S
Beede, Mr and Mrs Montgomery,
Mr W B Montgomery.
For Maui, per stmr Noeau, Aug
31 L A Medeiros, W H Smith.
For Vancouver and Victoria,
per stmr R M S S Aorangi, Aug
30 Mr and Mrs H E Waity and
child, R I Lillie, E V Morgan, A
0 Coolidge, H 0 Workmau, Miss
Florence Rickard, Miss Alice
Rickard, Chas F Perry, David
Colyille, Lew Hock Hem, W Ber
lowitz, J Burgoyne.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr
Claudiue, Aug 31 M S Griu
baum, A N Kepoikai and wife,
Mrs J v Jjoreuzen, itev J IV lose-
pa, who and 2 children, M Hoo
naiii, P P Knponn, W H 15or3,
Mrs G A Long and 2 obildren, T
B Lugons, D 0 Lindsay, W Ka
holokuhiki, Miss Flora Smith, D
H Kahaulelio, J W Meheula,
Miss M G Beckwith, Mrs C H
Dickey, Miss B Dickey, Master D
For Muui and Hawaii, per stmr
Kiuau, Aug 31- Volcano: C W
Barton and G Thilonius. Way
ports: K Koau, 0 D Pringle,
MisB Coan, Mrs Effword, EN
Bee, P Hoppin, L H Mossiok, F
M Wakefield, C McLennan, Mar
tin Smith, H Ryoroft, ABLonbou
stein, H STownsond, E R Hend
ry, Miss M R Napo, Mrs Weight,
MisB B Weight, Mrs Wm Miller,
J W Borcstrom, It N Bovd.
Chang Yuen Hee and wife, "Wong
How, Miss Debrah, Miss Ron
wick. Rev Baptiste, Miss Thurs
ton. Mrs M Malterre, J Pori, J K
Knioba, Miss Broderiok, Mies E
Lyman, H Lewis, W S Wise, E N
Bee, Olive Davies, Wildor Wight,
Wm Roth, II A Wildor, Gilbert
V Little and CO deck.
Thoro was only a short session
of tho polico court this morning.
Kokelo was fined $5 und costs for
assault and battory on Mileina,
and Kiili, tho alleged kahuna, $50
aud 33.10 costs for practising mo
dicino without a licouso.
Dlumnml Head Slutml Stutlou, AllK
81,1 pin. Tlio weather clear; wlml
fresh N E.
Monday . . . .
Tuesday. . . .
G.2fl a. m.
Tho Sluixlurtl time whiHtle houihIh
nt 121). Oni. 0s (iiiiiiulKlii), Greenwich
time, which U Hi. 30ui. p, in. of Ha
wnlinti Stuinhtnl time.
TVhrduY, Auk 81.
Am bl Aiclier. Cal mini, Irom San l'ruii
clsco. P Jl 8S Peru, Saunders, from 8nn Kran
i'Ibco. Am sclir Trnnfl, .lorKcnson, from Ban
8lnir Kln.iu, CUr'tc, for Maul and Tit
Stmr Claudlnc, Cntncron, for ports on
Am bk C D Ilrjant, Colley, for I.ajsnn
Stmr Nocnu, Peterson, for Lalmlna, Ho
nokaa, nnU Kukutlmde.
Stmr Ilclcnc, Freeman, for Maliiikma,I,nu
ii.ilioeline, llontililua, llnknl.iu, llonomti, Oo
ktila I'oliakiimnnu Knknlau and t'otiolM.
I M 8 8 Peru, Baumlcrit, for Japan
uuina, weanesuaj, sepi I, at lua in.
Sclir Kaulkcaoull, for 1'aoullo, Wednes
day, Sept I, at 3 p m.
LATENT FWKI'.lfiN MIM.S.
Continued from 1st Page.
IIIK KAKTEKN tHK.SriUN,
Two Armenians at Constantino
pin nre nllpgprl to linvp confessed
that bombs found at their houses
wore intended to bo used at tho
Russian and Gormau embassies.
Sir Philip Gurrie, the British
Embassador to Turkey, has re
ceived fresh instructions of a se
rious nature. A crisis is appre
honded in consequence.
Greece is badly treated in the
proposed delimitation of the Thes
is alum froutioi, being put com
pletely at the meroy of Turkey.
A meeting of over 3000 people
held at Athens madoau address to
King George, urging him and tho
Government to reject tho proposed
peaco treaty botwoen Groeco aud
Turkey, and to resume the hostili
ties which wore interrupted by tho
truce. The eutire press, however,
and a groat majority of the public
of Athens coudomu the agitation
for a resumption of tho war.
The Duke of Tetuan, Minister
of Foreign Affairs, declares that
tho only claim presented to Spain
by tho United Slates iu connec
tion with Cuba is a demand for
the payment of an indemnity to
tho family of Dr. Ricardo Ruiz,
the American citizen who met his
death in the jail of Guanabacoa
under suspicious circumstances,
aud the demand is couched in
Captain-General Woylor, it is
further announced, has not re
signed, but the Government will
shortly consider tho results ob
tained by tho campaign iu Cuba.
Dr. D. NT. Burgers, United States
Sanitary Officer, has been serious
ly ill since his return from Wash
ington. The chances are that he
will not recover.
The Spaniards are reported
again beaten in Santa Clara, leav
ing a hundred men on the field.
Firing has been heard off the
Florida coast, believed to be by a
Spanish eruiser after a filibuster.
General Azcarraga, the Premier
and Minister for War of Spain,
has decided to convene the Cortos
in November. The Promier an
nounces that he is in accord with
General Way lor, the Captain Gen
oral of Cuba, but reserves the
right to mako a furthor exainiuu
tiou of tho Cuban question. In
conclusion, tho Premier proclaims
himself as being tho head of tho
Government, and not the loader of
All kinds of bicycle repairing
done at the Paoifio Cycle &. Manu
facturing Co,, Lovo Building,
jr on street,
i.oss or tiii: .iivrii.nt.
lnri In 1'lrcrn il Tnlmwli IhIhiiiI
llrr KTClltflll (!rrer.
Port TowiiBond, Wash., Aug.
9. Word roaohed hero this mor
ning to tho oft'cot that at 2 p. m,
the bark Matilda, inward bound,
had gone ashore atTntoosh Island
and is in a dangorouu position. It
is snid that no fatalities accom
panied tho accident. John B,
Libby of the Puget Sound Tug
bout Company received a message
later on from Captain Govo of tho
tug Tyce confirming tho acoidont
at tho hour unuouucod and bring
ing tho additional information
that tho vossol was f.ist going to
piocoa and would prove n total
The Matilda was ono of the best
known vossolg visiting tlie-'o
waters, having boon for many j ours
employed as u lumber enrrior b -twoon
Pugot Sound and the Ha
wuiiiin Islands. Hlio w.iti a b. lk
rigged craft of bl'J tons, built in
Senrsport, Mo., in 1857, and was
originally an East coast packet.
Some years later sho came n round
to tins const, aud on aivoyago to
Honolulu met with disaster She
was condemned and Captu'n Cil
houn pmchascd her, changing the
rig from a shin to a bark.
Tho vossol's oaroor has boon
one of troublo aud tribulation,
accidonts galoro marking her his
tory. A conspicuous accident in
her history occurred just n year
ago, while tho vessel was being
towod from hero to Port Bhiko
ly to loud a c.irgo of lumber. When
the timo c.imo t j chai.go tho watch
Captain Svousou was nowhere to
bo found. A search of tho vossol
rovoaltd his body at tho bottom of
tho hold, into which ho hud pitch
ed headlong in the darkness. Just
when tho accident occurrod no
ono knows, for tho unfortunuto
captain wus dond when found.
Boforo giving your order for a
portrait, seo what King Bros,
havo to show in crayon enlarge
ments and judge for yourself
whether they can give you the
best valuo lor your money or
J. M. WEBB'S
No. 316 Fort Street.
Has just received direct
from London a stock of the
famous F. H. Ayro's Lawn
Tennis Rackets, used at tho
English, Irish, Scotch and
"Welsh Championship meet
ings. An inspection is soli
cited. Always on hand.
Hawaiian Guitars, Toropatch
Guitars, Ukuleles, Hawaiian
Sheet Music, Hawaiian Pho
tographic Views, Land and
Sea Shells, Hawaiian Fans in
great variety, Curios, etc., etc,
Books, Stationery and otlico
Prices .Always '$$1
You Can Find
Some interesting items
for Gentlemen with in
teresting August prices
in Linen Crash, suitings
of all kinds and Gents'
The Hotel St. Tailors,
Telephone Oil. P. O. Box
For u term of rilty year a few Wal
klkl llciiuh Lotu at u rental of STo.OO
nor uuuum. Aimly r.l onco to
A. V. GKAll & CO.
JI0 King street.
Tuluphoue 60. 005 lw
WE KEEP DIFFERENT STYLES
AND SIZES OF
But if you want your family
to drink water that is
Plenso notice that
Is an Aquarium:
Is a Graveyard:
Is PUKITY ONLY.
This you can have by using our
For use also in
All you have to do is to put
the apparatus over a Kero
sene or Kitchen stove
and catch the
We can also furnish you with
best quality of
Call at the
Ib prcparod to furnish
Nitrate of Soda.
In Quantities to Suit:
(" Ofdew BaHcltod fut a futnro dt
A. Y, COOKE, Jlngtr,