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THURSDAY, AUG. 4, 1887.
liktne Jan ,S Stone (or Hongkong
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Slmr Iwalanl (or Lahalna uiul llnmu-
kim lit H n in
Slmr W U Hull (or I.iihalim, Manluea,
honii and hmi at 10 a in
VESSELS IN PORT.
U8S Adams, Louis Keinpff
Uk Iron Craljr, .Tones
Bktno 8 N Castle, Hubbard
Ugtne V O Irwin, McCulloch
Iluw burk I.llluu, Holland
Srlir V 8 Bowuc, Bliihm
H B M' 8 Wild Swan, John 8 Hali
fax, (roin N America, (hie Aug 1-20,
USD Junltu, from (Jlilna, duo July
U. S. S. Vnudnlla, (Hamuli)), from
Chilean corvette Explnralda, from
French frigate Ducrcz, from Chile.
French frigate Florle, from Chile.
Am bark tit Lucie, galled from New
York March 20. due September 5-80.
Am bark Ceylon, B Calhoun, from San
Francisco, due July 20-81.
Am hark Edward Mar, Johnson, sailed
' from Boston June 23rd, dug November
Am bktne Ferris 8 Thompson, C Pot
ter, from San rauclsco, uue at hauumi
Brit bark Velocity, from Hongkong,
uue July zu-oi.
Brit bark Birmali, from Glasgow, due
Qor bark Peter Goddefroy, , sailed
from Liverpool May 3rd, due Septem
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
- Am shin Matilda, Mcrrlnmn, from
Hongkong, due July 12-81.
At the miction salo of household
furniture belonging to Sir. V. C.
l'lirko yesterday, the black walnut
bedroom set wan bought by Mrs. St.
Clair for $75 : a bluck walnut ward
robe) was sold to Capt, Cluney for
.$2N; tho carriage horso to Mrs.
Staples for .f7i). Spring mattresses
went at If 10 apiece; bureaus at .$21
each; tho dinner set brought $!),
WANTS A PAPER THAT PURCHASERS
A prominent merchant is reported
to have said recently, "I don't care
if jour paper prints a million copies
a day, what I want is a newspaper
which goes among tho purchasing
class. 1 want a respectable paper.
grog shop circulation does not send
mo customers for my goods."
A steam Hammer, Just put up,
was seen at Robt. More's machine
shop, King street, this morning.
The hammer is from the Atlas Iron
Works at San Francisco. Its cylin
der is 6 inches by 18 inches. It
will strike about a three-ton blow.
and can be worked at almost any
speed. Mr. More, with tho assist
ance of this hammer, can now per
form any kind of blacksmith work.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will play
this evening at Thomas Square com
mencing at 7:30 o clock, rollow-
ing is the programme :-
March Procession Kuppy
Overture Hubeznhl Kioto w
l'olka Love and Truth Weleker
Sclcctlou Bohemian Girl liulfo
Selection Patience Sullivan
Waltz Jubilee Cool"
Quadrille In Mark lY.ust
hinM were seen. Mr. Dow, who
attends to tho customers, is always
pleased to exhibit his goods whether
a sale is made or not.
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
KI.KCTION OK KNUINEEBB.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Queen street received a cleaning
harbor is prcjty nearly do-
Mb. Frank Brown was the
person to register in Wark 7. -
Mr. V. J. Fagarroos advertises 4
rooms to rent at 88 King street.
Heavy winds and high seas held
away oulsido of the harbor to-day.
AViih.e tlw Eleu is idlo Captain
John luce is busym cleaning her.
Special attention is called to tho
various Ward notices in this paper.
The Trustees of the Library and
Beading Koom Association meet to
The Band will play at Thomas
Square to-night, commencing at 7 :30
The Mariposa en route for the Co
lonies will bo due here about noon
Company A of tho Honolulu Rides
will have a street parade this even
ing if tho weather i's fair.
The Ecforni Clubs of Wards 5, 6,
and 8 meet to-night; see advertise
ments in another column.
At 1 :45 o'clock this afternoon tho
schooner Rainbow entered harbor,
she being unublo to weather the gale
Fishermen along tho wharves to
day were decidedly successful in
wasting bait, but not in catching
Mk. J. T. Waterhouse Jr. says that
when his two boys graduate from
college they will, no doubt, be first
class base ball players.
A number of native urchins had a
glorious time this afternoon in jump
ing ofl' the pile drive into the bay, at
the Likelike wharf.
Walking about Chinatown and
observing the funny wording of
signs is becoming an amusing pas
time for some people.
Repairing of the inter-island ves
sels is being diligently carried on at
every opportunity, now that tho
sugar season is nearly over.
- The 12th of September next has
been appointed as the day for elec
tion of Nobles and Representatives
for the Legislature.
Two small milk cans were picked
up on Liliha street the other even
ing. The owner can learn where
they are by enquiring at this office.
Mr. McStocker claims that he was
the first person in this city who
registered for Nobles under the new
Constitution, because he has certifi
cate number one.
Don't- forget the meeting of the
8lh Ward Reform Club, to-night. All
who are in sympathy with this re
form movement of whatever national
ity are invited to attend.
E. P. Adams & Co. hold their reg
ular cash sale of dry goods, groceries,
Ac, at 10 o'clock a. m. to.morrow,
and at 12 noon will sell carriage and
saddle horses and one brake, also
100 barrels Golden Gate Flour.
The Gray Block on Hotel street,
is being converted into a single store,
to be occupied by M. A. Gonsalvcs
& Co., who find their old quarters
too small for their business. It is
refreshing to note this symptom of
An advertisement was inserted in
the Bulletin last evening, offering a
reward for the recovery of a lost
cockatoo. The owner reports this
morning that the bird saw the adver
tisement, and returned home imme
":itely, of his own accord.
DEPARTURE OF T HE J. S. STONE.
The sailing of the barkentine Jas.
S. Stone for Hongkong was post
poned until this morning. She took
10J Chinese passengers 99 men, 1
woman and 3 children. While the
Stone was preparing sail and had
her canvas spread, a gust of wind
came and one of the iron chocks and
three wooden stanchirons were car
ried awav by the stern line. The
vessel got away without receiving
any further damage. She glided
to sea oeiore uie winct, having no
need of a tug.
. A NEW SWITCH BOARD.
By the last steamer from the
Coast the Mutual Telephone Com
pany received a wonderfully and
superbly fine switch board. This new
board is termed the Multiple Switch
Board, for tho Law System, and
will successfully manipulate 1,000
wires. Uue operator can handle
the board alone, or twelve operators
can work the switches at the same
time, without conflicting with each
other. The board is now belns
placed in position and wired, pre
paratory to being used in place of
tne present board.
in me ronce uourt this mornins
Rex vs. Kalolou, Kalehua. and
Keaka, assault and battery was
called and continued to the 9th inst.
Rex vs. J. Frank May, illicit sellinz
or liquor, often before called and
continued, was called and heard.
Judgment reserved until the 5th
inst. Rex vs. Ah Ho, larceny was
heard. Six months and $1.30 costs.
DEATH OF MRS. WRAY TAYLOR.
Mrs. Wray Taylor departed this
life yesterday afternoon, after a
long illness. Consumption was the
trouble. The funeral took nlaee
this afternoon from St. Andrew's
Cathedral, tho service being con
ducted by the Bishop of Honolulu,
assisted by his clergy.
lue late Mrs. lavlor was a native
of theso islands, but was educated
in England. She left this country
at the age of eight years, and was
placed under tho care of the Daven
port Sisters. She remained away
auout thirteen years, dining which
time she visited most of the large
cities of continental Europe. She
was married to Mr. Taylor, in Hono
lulu, in June, 1881. Five children
survive their departed mother. Deep
sympathy is felt by a large circle of
Iriends lor tho bereaved husband
Tho election of Chief, First As
sistant and Second Assistant Engin
eers of the Honolulu tire Depart
ment was held last evening, " at the
Bell Tower. The voting began at
7 o'clock, and continued until 9.
There were two tickets in tho field,
and the friends and supporters of
each worked vigorously for their
respective candidates. One ticket
consisted of C. B. Wilson, Chief j
F. Hustace, First Assistant; J.
Morcan, Second Assistant. The
o her was composed of M. D. Mon-
sarrat, Chief; Julius Asch, First
Assistant; I Souza, Second As
sistant. Mr. Henry Smith, Secre
tary of the Fire Department, acted
as judge of election, and was assist
ed by competent tellers.
After counting the ballots, Mr.
Smith declared the number of votes
polled as follows:
Company No. 1 59
Company No. 2 C9
Company No. 4 58
Company No. 5 C7
Pacific Hose Company 05
llook and Ladder 03
Following is tho result, counting
two ways first, allowing only fifty
voting members for each company
according to a rule recently adopted,
and, second, allowing every member
or each company to vote:
C. D. WILSON, CHIEF L'NQlNEKR.
Allowing 50 to vote 158
Allowing all to vote 199
f. hustace, 1st assistant.
Allowing 50 to vote 159
Allowing all to vote 200
J. MORGAN, 2ND ASSISTANT.
Allowing 50 to vote 159
Allowing all to vote 200
M. D. MONHAKRAT, CHIEF ENGINEER,
Allowing 50 to vote 112
Allowing all to vote 182
J. AKCHE, 1ST A8HISTANT.
Allowing 50 to vote . . .110
Allowing all to voto 179
P. BOUZA, 2-SD ASSISTANT.
Allowing 50 to vote 140
Allowing all to vote 180
Scattering votes made up the
number as stated. Mr. Wilson got
a majority of 1C, allowing 50 of
each company to vote, and a ma
jority of 17 by allowing all to vote.
iho successful candidates were
called upon to speak. Each one
stood up in turn, and thanked tho
firemen for having returned him,
promising to give proof by devotion
to duty of the confidence having
been well placed. There was im
mense cheering, and everything
passed off good-naturedly.
cm States are better satisfied with
their condition than those of the
South. I am receiving large num
bers of appeals from the colored
peoplo of Kansas, many of whom
went there during the exodus of
some years ago. They did not im
prove their condition as much as
they expected. At any rate, they
are very anxious to exchange Kansas
for Africa. We are sending more
or less of them, but cannot respond
to anything like the number of ap
peals we get. They know well that
they arc not part of the dominant
race, and they aro not recognized
socially and politically by the whites,
ana never will be. The general
publio does not understand how
strong this feeling is with tho
negroes, and that it will probably
continue. Many of them feel it very
keenly. We hear it in a marked
degree from those who went to
Kansas a few years ago."
Mr. Coppinger stated that the
majority of emigrants have houses
of their own, enjoy personal. and
political equality, and by their in
telligence contribute largely to tho
progress of civilization among the
African tribes. Many savage tribes
have been absorbed by the settle
ments. They send their children to
schools, and have adopted the
methods of civilized life and the use
of the English language, so that now
an English-speaking person may
make himself understood almost
anywhere on the west- coast of
COn. KING AND ALAKEA STS.
Ex.8. S. Australia,
BAHTLET PEARS, PEACHES, MUS-
CAT GRAPES, EATING & COOK.
ING FRESH APPLES, CRAB
APPLES, CHERRIES ON
ICE, GERMAN PRUNES.
JOHN A. SPEAR,
THE STOCK OF JEWELRY,
Will be offered for the next ninety days at 10 nor cent. 1ms than iw
KUKUI JEWELRY of new designs constantly on hand and made to erder.
All kinds of repairing? nentlv and nromnilv .1m,n w., . .
and work guaranteed. p.irf
ENGRAVING of all kinds done in first-class style. 89 8m
Notice of Auction Salo
Cattle of John Enos.
Notice Is hereby given that on Wed.
nesday August 81st 18S7, nt 12 o'clock
m. at Paliana, District of Hana Iilaud
of Waul, we shall cause seventy head of
cattle or as many thereof as may be
utv.trni.ij, lu uy pumrsgo duo ior Bald
cattle and the expenses ot the salo to bo
buiu ui puwio auc'.lon.
iiinaua August 3rd, 1887. 01 lm
tjiiuiL uuia CHARCOAL A8
' well as a fresh lot nf Hn ,i
Painting and Trlmmlntr.
79&81 King StrBBt, - - OM Rose Premises
Entrance Irani If Imr niul Merchant H(t.
Every description of work In the above lines performed in a flrsUlast manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
(327 iy) tsr Bell Telephone, 167.
tST Bell Telephone, 1G7.
J. F. COLBLRN.
on King street.
DIFFICCLTT OP OB9TRUTINO
Washington, Julv 13. Assistant
Secretary of State Carter says tho
United States would have diliiculty
in preventing England or Germany
from establishing a protectorate
over Hawaii if others should attempt
to do so. He said further : "We
can never afford to see any other
country obtain an ovcrshadowinsr
influence iu tho Hawaiian affairs,
and, if necessary to prevent it, we
should go to war. There is no uso
of having a navy unless wo can
have coaling stations, and as coal
has been declared a contraband of
war our vessels would be absolutely
wortuiess, unless we could obtain
supplies. Honolulu is of more im
portance than Malta or Cyprus to
Great Britain." 8. F. Call.
WEST, DOW & CO.
A Bulletin scribe while fishing
lor items tins morning, dropped
into West, Dow & Co.'s, Fort
street. Mr. Dow started one of his
music, boxes (the Flute Celestial
Voices), and while sweet melodies
floated through the store, the scribe
took in the scene. On one side of
the room, rows of vases, of every
conceivable design and color, stood
like gayly clad soldiers on parade.
Musical instruments, fancy flower
pots, majolica ware, dinner sets and
elaborate toilet sets were splendidly
arranged for inspection. Toys, too
numerous to mention, covered a
good portion of the room and the.
variety was so great that even the
most eccentric could be satisfied.
Parlor furniture, Vienna chairs,
DaDy carriages ana pianos were
among the things that caught the
visitor's attention. A cute up
holstered settee, with room for
only two, received an admiring
glane from the scribe, who became
slightly confused when Mr. Dow
poked him m the ribs. Sheet music,
bird cages, brackets, school bairs.
bats and balls, clothes baskets, toy
wagons and a large number of other
SPECIMEN CINCHONA TREES.
At the business premises of
Messrs. F. A. Schacfer & Co., Mer
chant street, may be seen two speci
men cinchona trees or saplinjrs.
They wero grown by Mr. W. II.
Purvis, at Ivukuihaele, on the island
of Hawaii. Tho seed was planted
in November, 1883, so that these
saplings represent a growth of a
little less than four years. They
have been cut off near the ground
and stripped of their branches.
They are of two varieties Cin
chona Hybrid and Cinchona Olll
cinalis. The former is the taller
and larger of the two, and measures
about 15 feet in length, with a diame
ter, in the , thickest part, of about
8i inches. From these identical
saplings a portion of the bark was
shaven two or three months ago,
before the trunks were cut down,
and sent to England for analysis.
Mr. . Purvis has growing from four
to six hundred tree9 of the same
age and size as these. In addition
to which he has about fourteen
thousand of a younger growth, aver
aging from four to six feet in height.
EMIGRATION TO LIBERIA.
Washington, July 18. William
Coppinger, Consul-Gcneral to Li
beria and Secretary of the Coloniza
tion Society, denies the report lately
iu circulation that great distress
and dissatisfaction exist among the
colored people who emigrated some
months ago from South Carolina to
Liberia. Mr. Coppinger says there
is unrest among the colored popula
tion and they desire to return to
Africa. "The largest "number of
appeals for assistance in reaching
Liberia come from the South, for the
bulk of the colored population is in
the South, but that does not mean
that the colored people in the North-
THE HEAD OF HENRY CEORCE.
Cincinnati, July 9. The follow'
ing analysis of the character of
Henry George, as understood by a
phrenologist, is from the pen of
Professor Edgar C. Bcall: "The
temperament of this philanthropist
is the sanguine-vital-mcntal, which
is indicated by a plumb figure,
small bones, sandy hair, ruddy
complexion, blue eyes, rather small
features and a high, narrow brain
Ins head measured twenty-two
inches, which is the full size, but
not large enough to give tho power
ol a Luther, a Napoleon, a Bis
marck or a Gladstone. However,
though not a genius of the highest
order, he will manifest brilliant
latent, personal magnetism and a
degree of personal courage which
will make his influence widely felt,
His brain is not perfectly balanced,
Iso reformer's ever was. And the
only striking disproportion in this
man's mind is between tli6 selfish
instincts and tho sense of universal
"The head extends well back of
the ears in the region of social feel
ing. He is a warm friend and an
ardent lover ; has plenty of courage,
but great caution also, especially in
matters of honor, duty and reputa
'There is more thunder than
lightning in him, and, though as
brave as any man in a battle, he
will never manifest cruelty or malice,
even to a foe. The head is rather
low at the center of the top, on a
line with the ears, at firmness, and
just back of that at pride or self
esteem, but developed very much
laterally from these points, showing
very large conscientiousness and
love of approbation. Intellectually
he has more capacity for philosophy
than science ; yet reasons more by
induction than by the a priori
method; has fair causality, but
very largo comparison, .and will
manifest wonderful talent for classi
fication, illustration, criticism, pers
picuity, discrimination, perception
of analogies and ingenuity in the
use of metaphors. He may not be
remarkable as a statistician or for
j great accuracy in any branch of
specuic cietaii, out no has decided
power for abstract thought. He is
undoubtedly a man of much more
than ordinary mental scope, and
among those who love their fellow
men his name will stand second to
A syndicate has been formed to
operate Kentucky gas-fields on a
larger scale. A $2,000,000 com
pany has been formed at Parkers
burg, W. Va. A well is making
15,000,000 feet per day at Lima,
Ohio. The flame it 25 feet m dia
meter and 50 feet high. Pittsburg
prospectors have 9,000 acres of land
bought away down in Texas.
STOKE FOR SALE.
ON ACCOUNT OF ILL HEALTH I
willsell my store at Hilo, Hawaii.
jiuS a guou paying Business.
A rare chance for a business man.
2Z No. 8 Liliha street.
New Pliotoarranh Hnnms.
"VEH Nichol'a rtorc. Fort strict.
' Mnvt . I t 1 .1 V. .. 1
ucai mo ouooiiag uancry, i'ic
turcs, Portraits and views. First-class
WOI'K. DailSlaCllOn irmirnntooH
H20ly J. A. GONBALVE8.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 columns. 3 per annum.
Bell Tel. 172. Mutual Tel. R72.
r. U. iiox 807.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Gent's, youth's and Boy's flue Custom Made Clotliin
flats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks andSValises,
Very Fine Line of Gent's Shoos
cmpMsiKts,, CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
For Sale or Lease the Nuuauu Vulley
uuuu, uvau vi a uuuuu v aiicy, easy
macKsmitn Shon in tlio nnw Prir-V
BuiMing on King street near Nuuauu,
'at'iui uuuuuiuu uy J, J, llovt
Shop on King Slreol In now brick build.
ing near nuuunu, next door to th
vuiaese jncws t)o. s Olllce.
Two Cottage on Punchbowl slreol between
rung ana rsereiania.
Handsome Residence on Pauoa Road nnnr
iunenuowl street, large ground with
uuiriiuuHus eic. itent a niou li.
MK. I HOMAS ISCOVESCO la
authorized to collect monlei and sign
Honolulu, ir, r.
I The for
Id s Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat
Also, Highland Scotch Rolled Oats !
Are an ontircly new preparation of wheat and Oats, b jlng er o!;cdi!y$team gind
ouiy requiring a snort lime to prepare thorn for tliujtahle,
tSTTho most nutritious food knowD.-QJa
Also, Germea, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Ilams, Bacon. Choice Dates. Primee. Nut. PnVlns
New Zealand, California, and Islnnd Potato.', &o.
Also, Broom Corn, excellent for chicken feed, for sale by
OlmN, Hustace, - - Kiiic Street.
All kinds of help promptly provided.
rroperties Rented and Sold
Custom House "Work Done.
Leases, Contracts, Agree
ments, &c, Drawn on Short
28 Merchant Street
F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Bell Tel. 34. Mutual Tel. 180
P.O. Box 415.
Office - - 88 Merchant St.. Honolu'n
r bteam Gandy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PAEI0E,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on he is fully prepared
iu receive oruers ior
CULICK'S Lunches, Dinners, Suppers. Banquets. Balls,
n li-.. . I . , .... ... : -
U mm Agency.
iiuu guarantees m an cases tuc fullest satisfact on. ns ir vnn in tnrmr.
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references datintr
back as far as the year
ACCOUNTS ADJUSTED AND COLLECTED.
MR. JOHN GOOD JR. Authorized
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
1 8 G S
171 NEST BRANDS OF CALI
X forma Port, Madeira and Illaluga,
fer sale in Kega and cases by
GONSaLVES & CO.
Gl Queen street.
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
is spread every evening in the bar
room, and patrons will find everything
to suit the taste of the most fastidious
epicures. 47 If
HAVING recently engaged a first
chisi Gilder and Moulding Maker,
We are now fully prepared to manufac
ture, repair and re glld any kind of work
in our line. Old Minor and Picture
Frames made over as good as now, and
at prices within the reach of ail. The
public are invited to call and Inspect
tome of this work. Kenrembcr, any
thing that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Gold, Bronze, Copper or Melal we can
do. KING BHDS., AitT Btokb. f 17
Alio diejenigen Deutschen, welche
sich geneigt fuhlen cinem Gesung
vcrcin beitretcn zu wollen, werden hicr.
mit crsucht sich Sonnabend. den Ctn
August, abends 7uhr.
In E. Wolters Trivat wohnung Royal
bought, sold and rented.
Employment Wanted by several men and
boys, who will mnke thennelvcs use.
ful in performing tho various olllces
and chores required by pnvate families.
A Gardoner first class in his line, desires
a situation will be satistlcd with mode,
rate wageB to begin with,
A Dairyman a thorough master of his
""'""i"! in ouuKiug employment,
Conveyancing a Specialty Hccords teorch-
ca ana aosiraets ot title furnished on
Several Valuable pieces of real estate for
sale on easy terms.
tST'Attention Is especially called to Iho
very desirable cottaire on vlnvnrd direct
just above tho first bridge, at present
occupied by Mr. J. II. lteist, which is
now oil'ered for sale on favorable terms
and is a rare chance for a small family.
Convenient Cottages in desirable healthy
locations in and near the city t let or
lease at reasonable rates.
Custom House brokerage Fi and Life
Insurance receive prompt attention.
In Honolulu, having catered on all state occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their late Maiesties Kainehamolia IV. Kn
Luualilo, and having the honor of supplying the present royal household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment ; having ove'r forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Omanicntcr iiCHouolnla.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: Wo. 71 Hotel Street.
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets. ,
Bjth Telephones Nc! 74- (nss.n) Honolnln H. Ti
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'
-A largo assortment of
Full particulars given on application
at the agency.
Orders from the other Islands prompt
ly attended to.
JOB PRINTING ot all kinds cxe.
cuted at the Daily Bulletin Oillce
PERFUMES ! PERFUMES!
Comprising the well-known brands of v s'''
COLGATE & CO., LUXDBORfiS.
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &0.
loi Salo fit Ilensoiinlil
1502 WHOLESALE AND DPTAii .
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