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DAILY BTTLLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 7, 3889.
Hi r wiwtw ui a Mvm a1 - -- Tixaa aiTii guTTfttt Pledtrcd to neither Sect nor Party, Hut established for the benefit of all. MONDAY, OCT. 7, 1880. Correspondents will improve tlio chances of an cmly appearance of their favors In proportion n9 they practise brevity wbilo the Supreme Court is sitting. There should certainly be scats reserved in the Supreme Court chamber for all the members of the bar. This was not the case at the opening of the present term, and it did not look well to see barristers trying to stand at ease in the crowd. Ilisliop Fowler of San Franoiico, who has returned from i trip round the world, warns the Americans that their exclusive laws will bring a war of vengeance from L'hina on the United States. A Chinese prince told him that China's navy would lie powerful enough in ten years to back a demand on the United States for satisfaction. The Bishop under the'iitflucncc of the bad scaring lie has evi'dently received ha3 opened a campaign of denunciation against the anti-Chinese legislation of the Union, lie will probably find it the hardest task lie ever undertook to communicate a panic to his country men on this matter. It is no child's play to stampede sixty millions of people. Ex-King Milan of Servia, in an interview with the Vienna corres pondent of the Loudon Times, re ferred to reports that he regretted having abdicated the crown, lie said the Ministers would learn in time that one of the political lessons which he had sought to. teach his country was precisely this "how a crown may be laid down without re pining. A much needed lesson," he added, "this is in a land where the struggles for olllce are so vio lent, and frequently so ignoble. Men whose hearts are wrung when they have to resign a Ministerial portfolio cannot understand that a Sovereign should give up his crown without seeking afterwards to re cover it." He said lie simply spoke the truth when he declared that,' feeling unable and unwilling to govn em according to the radical ideas of the majority, he would make way for his son, "whom they could train up to lie a King after their own hearts." SUITABLE FOR RESIDENCES. That portion of Punchbowl made accessible by the Government road recently completed, and also the elevation connecting Punchbowl with Tantalus, are well adapted for resi dences, and are sure ere long to ac quire value for such purpose. The temperature is lower and the atmos phere purer than in any part of tho city. The hottest day in Honolulu is agreeably cool in the localities in dicated. The panoramic view of the country below, including city and sea,n..is- an attractive feature. The soil is rich and abundant, and water is the orrly element- needed to make it productive, indeed, lack of water seems to be about the only serious drawback, and this can be overcome at no very heavy cost. TROUBLE OH SHIPBOAp. The bark Jas. A. King sailed for Puget Sound on Saturday, but re turned and anchored off port on Sunday. A little trouble on board was the occasion of the vessel's put ting back.' The' second mate and one of the crew had quarrelled, and in the fight the latter camo off the worse. .On the bark's return ho was taken to the' Queen's Hospital where his woundst were dressed, 'his head and body being found to bo severely battered. Himself and home of his shipmates allege that he was beaten with a belaying pin. He wanted Deputy Marshal Hop kins, who went to sec him, to have the second mate arrested, but up to noon to-day did not comply with the requirement of swearing out a war rant. Tho sailors on hoard ex pressed to Mr, Hopkins their willing ness to put to sea again whencter the matter is investigated. While on board the Deputy Marshal was in formed that before the quarrel with the second mate tho man had been through a fight with another Bailor. The second mate found him lying on deck and ordered him to duly, and it was his refusal to obey which led to the second light. A question for investigation, therefore, is what proportion of his injuries did the sailor sustain in the fight with his comrade belorc lie engaged in com bat with the second mate. THE ONLY UVE-PAPER of onolulu-"Tue Dally Bulletlm" 00 cents per mouth. " i- 1 'iLk'ivAu -' ' . XJtiA:A'l : vUu-toiA- - i:LJ em SUB"' m!'-. ?aWRm 1 ARRIVAL OF BARK BANCA, The British iron bark Banca, Captain B. Bacbcfow, arrived this morning 1(58 days from Glasgow with 800 tons general cargo, con signed to Messrs. l' A. Schacfer & Co., including !H0 tons steel rails, aud;800 tons of salt in transit for l'ugct Sound. The Banca sailed from Glasgow on April 22d. On the eighth day out, one of the eailors, Joseph Pool, n lad of about fifteen, fell overboard white stand ing on the railing. Life buoys were thrown to him, but, owing to his In ability to swim, ho sank in very short'whilc. Crossed the equator in the Atlantic on May 28th, ,10 days out. Since leaving, fine weather was had till latitude 30 S. was reached, and frou there to 50 S., rough weather of the very worst nature set in, doing more or less ilanmge to the vessel. The jibboom was carried away. Arrived off Cape Horn, Aug. 1th, 104 days out. The weather was far belter than that encountered between 110 and liO deg. S. ; but cold weather set in and for three successive days there were two inches ol ice on the rigging on thc-wcathcr aido of the vessel. The barometer stood on several occasions as low as 1.37 dog. The Captain considers it tho coldest he had ever experienced. On reach ing M) and 30 deg. S. again in the Pacific, boisterous weather prevail ed ; but it was not as severe as that experienced in the same latitude on the Atlantic. Tho equator- in the Pacillo whs crossed on September 14th, and from thence to port had for the most part very pleasant weather. The Banca is docked at the Fort street wharf. Captain Bacbcrow was here in tho Banca in January, 188."i. On hi3 present voyage, he had been re quested by the Director of the Ob servatory at Hamburg, who is a personal friend of the Captain, to take a meteorological report of his voyage. He had been furnished with scientific instruments for the purpose. PUBLIC CONCERT. The Royal Hawaiian Band will give a public concert this evening at Emma Square, commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Following is the programme : CAiir l. Mai eh The AiljuiiMl Millockcr Overture Caliph of iSigdiul..i!(ilchUcii Ballet Miifle Astnrga Vbert lii'inliiisi'ciiees of Donizetti. ...Oodfrev .Mikiol. Miilaina. Main 1 kc An. Medley (niiiii't of .Mclorik'-i Jleverbecr Patrol-Turk Wi Slielinuli Waltz Tin; Source VVaUltfiifcl Polka-Red and Black Coote Hawaii Pomil. JiOST A CHECK for $31.4:5 drawn nn lllsliop & Or. in lnviir of J. T. Wiiter. h"it-e. Pajment has been ihppi!il at the bunk. Return to 71 2t , II.. I. N'OLTE. . FOR SALE AYBHY Fine Ilarwood Oui nr will liu s-nti on nccnur.1 of ih','iiriiirc. Inquire of P. .1. Chapman, fit UollWn-r & Co.'s, before Thursday, Or'. lOtli. :t;i 3t WANTED A liOOI) Wat;oi) Woodworker. V Apply HAWAIIAN' OAK. M'F'O CO. !)08 at SPECIAL MEETING. A SPECIAL meeting of the directm-3 A of the iCtiplohinf 1'nrk Association v ill be held nt Hie (illicit ol' XV. (1. Irwin & Co , on WEDNESDAY, the 0th inst., at '10 o'oio.-k a. m. A full attendance is lequestcil. XV. M. (JIFFAKD, H71 2t hrcrelury K. P. A. ANNUAL MEETING. fTMlK annual meeting of the clock. JL " holder or the Hilo Sugar Com. punv will lie hold nt tho nillce of W. G. Ir.sin & Co., on WEDNESDAY, the tlth inst., at 11 o'clock a. m. XV. JL GIFFARD, 37121 Secretary H.S. Co. ANNUAL MEETING. "-pUE niisunl meeting of the Ilonoktm A Suimr Company will bo li'cld on WEDNESDAY, llio, JOlh lnM.iH 10 o'clock a. r.;al llicotnte At 'F. 'A'. Seliacfor ,5c Co. Per order. II. KKX.IES.-!i71-l(l Secretary. ANNUAL MEETING. rpHE iiniiiuil nifCtiiiK of Dm Pueblo ill will be held on X Suitur Mill TIlUJWn.YY. the 17th in.-d , lit 10 o'Hoil; a M, ai I he ofllco of F, A. ij( h it It & Co. Per otder. 11. UKN.IES, !!7l td iscurctitry. LOST or STRAYED LAP.OK mack Bl. J. llrrimiil Dug wUU while nn In cast and fore l'.iws. Wcms a metal col lar beiilng the liu-ci billon & 'K. V. Cliri-.ilaneu " A loward of ?5 will lio given to ihu llndir on reluiiiing tlie rame nt the ollleu of Messrs W. O Irwin it Co. ,17031 NOTICE ol' MEETING. I SPECIAL meeting of ihu Foard of Ix. Trin-iocN of Hie (jm-on'ri llospltnl will be held at (lie room of tho Chamber of Coiiinieno, on SATUJtDAY, tliu 12th October, 1880, for tho jmrpuBU of iictiug upon a pioposid unieiidiiient to the Hy. InwH of tlio Qi.eun'u Ilnppltnl Ccrporu. I lor. Per order J A. SCHAEFKR, Secntory, Ho lohilu, Sf pi. 7, 1880. IMo td ii A. -' ta. 'i Atsusaawaawt- c.- .. lMS Special Gash Sale! TO-MORROW, Oct. Sth, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.. At my Snlesroo'i-.s, corner of Port au.il Queen streets. I will sell nt Public Auction, Dry Goods, Clothing, Crockery A Glassware, Potatoes & Onions, FURNITURE ! MATTRASSES ! Ire CliesU. Doom it Rushes, Etc., Etc., Ktc, Etc. LEWIS J. LEVEY, 3'1 It Auctioneer. Rookwood -: Pottery ! Cincinnati, XT. S. A. The Uookwood Pottery AvaRiistaWisliCiJ nt Ciiioinnutl in 1830 by Mrs. Maria hongwoiili Hnier, whose father, .loscpli I.ongwortliwna the founder of the Art School and a chief jmlion of the Art Museum in the snmc cltv. The nriiEtlc. Impulse which inspired the venture came from the ceramic display of Japnn nt t!i Centennial K.Viibltinn of 1870, and the production still bears tho impress of that inilucnee. For n time a tchool for no'tery pilming formed pint of tlie nrheniu, unit from the beginning tlio commercial fide of tlio enterprise litis been subordinate to tlio nitistic. Tiie ware U a true faience, mnde of clays from neighboring deposits in tlio Ohi') Valley, while tlio decorators, with tlio exception of one native Japanese, und including the founder herself, are graduates fiom the local Art School, riio artists arc encouraged to give to each piece an individual character, and as no printing piuces-s is in use duplion. lions are Fcldom even attempted. After an early imitative period tliefe condi. tlons, aided by the native inventive faculty and tho ample capital nt com. ni.md, have developed nn American pot. tery which possesses marked originality. The coloring in both grounds and decorations is entirely underglazo, nnd tlie production divides itself into three clnsscs: "Cameo" or shell-tinted ware. used lorllio table; ' Dull Finish," whose suiface, while soft in texture and ecsily cleaned, has the appearance of being liu. ?lii7.ed; and lastly, the most distinctive class of richly glazed ornamental work. Thedisiiiiguibliliiginaiknf Kookwsod faience in all thos-o classes is the decora, live quality of the color ground . Their liirmontous blinding is cirefully slu dkd willi lefenime to the decoration, and to line examples, especially of the darker toned gln.-vs, tlieirsottiii9, depth atid lustre impart a rare beauty. At Ilia Pottery and Poicelain Exhibi. lion of Hie Ponn-ivlvanii Museum, held at Memorial Hall, Philadelphia, Nov. ember, 188S, tho Howkwood Pottery was awarded the First Prize for "Pottery Modeled nnd Deeoiated," and the First Prize for 'Painting Uudcrgbize," and was tlie only ware in competition whose Qualities of Foi in weie. Specially Com. mended bv tlie .lii'lgcr- Me.trs.'Joseph T. Hailoy.'W. P. P. Longfellow, Henry Bleele. Outside of Japan and China we do not know where any colors and glazes arc to be found liner than those whirl) come from the Uookwood Pottery. The yellows, greens, reds nnd browns aio clear, bright and strong, and of great depth mill' tidiness in the tones, free alilie from thai crudity which oil'ciids in almost all our home-products in litis Held, and from that morbid air of green-and-yellow nWlaiielioly which tho Enir-lii-ll factories at one time made so fash. tonable. la shnpus, indeed, novsltv, unless obtained ut the complete pnciiliee of beauty and reason, is no longer pos. sible, and tho Uookwood Polteiy shows good taste in adhering to the principles which sue the foundation of the system of forms called elns-.sie.al, but lis man. agers arc well awaro that these princi. nhfi, having tluirfccdB iu nature, are cnpiblc of iurlnlte dcvolopment on nor. mal lineif,.r.nd Ihc rcciilt of their Mudy is shown in Hie harmony, beauty null variety ot tlie forms which they give to the clay iClureiico Cook, in "The Studio." The pieces prnducpd nt tlie Hookwood Pottery rank among the ben. Thoy have alt rr.etf d llic attention ofconnois. Fours abroad, and tho peculiar glnzo known as ' tiger eyo" mny bo reckoned ns a cfii'iV iruvre of ceramic art. D.'p. pile the great losses incurred In Hie ilist few years of its cxiMcnco it has never wavurnl from its llrtt oljici, tli'-t of producing a polteiy which i-huiild be n credit to the country. Piof. E. H. Morso, author of "Japauei-e llom- e." Tho art of Cinciniititi hns a good deal the air of haing' indigenous, and tlio otit-como in the ait of carving and tie. sign and in music has exhibited native vigor. Tho city has iniido itself a re putullon for wood carving and for deco rative pottery. Tho Hookwood Pottery, the private cuterpiiso ot Mik Hellauiy Slorer, is the only pottery in this couu. try in which the instinct of bcr.ulv is paiiimouiit to the desire of profit. Hero for a series! of years experiments have been going on with clays nnd glazing, in regard to form and color and in decoration purely for ell'eci, which li-ivo resulted in pieces of marvellous inieiest nnd beauty, 'i he elliirt has always been to eatifrfy a refined hcnsu lather 'tliitn lo citer lo ii vicious iisie, or one Jor stntt. ling ull'ectH already toi'incif. I mean that the ulToit ha not benu to suit tho taste of the market, but to raise tliijt la-!e. 'I lie result id s-mo ol the most e.Mliihltu work In leuuie and color nnv. wheio to bo louml, and I win glad in learn that it is gaining an nppiecltilion which will not in tills casu leave virtue to ho Iu own reward. I Chaile Dudley Warner, iu t'JInrpcr'.s Jfagmiii'.e." HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co. a;o at OAltD oJ' THANKS. 1DESIHE lo thniil; nil th0 who watclicd over tho body of my lu'O hitsband, during the tiinti ii lay in the I inintiv resilience, niui also those klmt filemlB who contributed bo inmy beau liful Horn! nH'ciiog. SOB 81 31111. MAIIY E. FOSTUR, - jd'is 'v' - AGBEAT EM! CH3AR8WTS KOYATi ITALIAN s -"ASi- EXHIBITION OF Trained. : Animals ! Tho Greatest Travelled & Best known Show In tlio Work!. Will nhortlv lu'iiivo from Jnpun jcr P. M. S. S. "City of Pelting," after n 10 Y curs' Tour 4 round tho Vorld, and Open for a Short Sanson Only About 02t. J 2th. SKiNOH fJUTSKlM'K CHIAIlIKI, Solo Pioinie'.or it Director. L. jrYA, Seen turv .t TreiiHtirer. A GALAXY OF 32 ARENiG ARTISTS h'roiii the Lending Circuses 11 nil Hippodromes in Euroj c and Aniericn. Beautiful & Accomplished Ladies in Unequalled Feats of Equestri anism and Daring, GMinpnBfirBliiicMW Intrepid Acrobats, Loapers, Vaulters, nnd the Fun niest of Clowns. 40 HIGHLY Trained Horses & Ponies, Arabians, AnilnliibiaiiH, American & English "and IJlontl Horses & Ponies from nil Clinics and Zones. JAPANESE Jugglers I Aerate Performing Elephants ! Educated Donkeys ! Riding Monkeys ! -ASI) A- Sacred of Braliiii Dull' Performances Every Evening, (Except Sundays.) Oooi'N Open nt 7. X'rrforuiuiipo t'Oin uieiircti ut t n'l'tnclt niuii i, Afternoon Performances Every Wednesday & Saturday, Doiirw ien at U. IVi'l'iiriniiiico i'oiu mi'nci's nt '.'. n'cioclc. VHIOEM f,T AIW3!MSIO: lloxcs (0 Chairs) $!) 00 Single Chairs iu lln.t. . . 2 00 Oress Ciielo, Chair...' I 00 2d Cliifs, Cai p(t d Seals. 7 ft I .iu iiiiiMi, iiaw-i i CX'Childroii under U voarn of ago i HALF PRICE to all parts except ! ltoxcf. t fj?"Tickot8 may bo had and Boxes M-curcd daily fiom 8 a.m. to fi o'clock I J', m., nt Lewis J. Levey's Auction ' Room, and at (ho Ticket OIUcp of tho 1 Circus. ItttX VltX SHW OB'EX ! CUAS, DERHER, : Geneia! Ajeiit. sen m Jh On the Esplanade Tiff - MUTUA I Bilks liVB&r H U$iiQ Ii isauitirtti new form of infiiirnnco which provii.lds, in the event of tle.ith, for n return of nil premiums paid In ad dition In tlu amount of llic poller, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, the Company will return nil tho iiretniutun lVnid wiili'intcrcat.; or, instend of iicccptitip the policy ttnd profits in cash the lcrxal holder may, wrniOU'raiEDlCALl-.JCAMINATlONaiid WITHOUT KMKTIU5R PAYMKKTOF PREMIUMS, take in lieu thereof tlio amount of policy mid profit's in FULLY PAID UP insurance, participating annually In dividends. Hcmember, this routrnt-t ii insuort by the oldest Life rnsurunce Company in the United States, and the Lar gest Financial Ins'Utution in the World, its as$et9 exceeding One Iluudred ntnl Twenty-Six Millions of Dollurs. . Jpy For full particulars call on 3130 lm lS5e2ii Our . C '' ;.: ;. V: yj1'. f H . .. -' - X '. ' v $ r. : r?r - ? & rOb. - .i-i-tei?-''i :r., WvACvOTW .- w- - p f igssr- &WsW -,: rt r. 1 .mm i - -Mpf'. mM H62 lm En tiro Stock at a Sacrifice ! 'Not a Few Special Reductions, but a Clean Sweep hi Every Department! Commencing TUESDAY, Sept. 17th, our entire stock of Seasonable floods will lm offered at. prices that must attract immediate attention. Wc need more room'io properly display our European purchsihes now on ',the way, and havo roolved, that our present .stock MUST GO. Cost has not been considered ! Prices have been marked on the Goods TO SUIT YOU, not us! Wo are hound to keep trade lively! Visit our establishment, note tho prices', and yon thick so too. 70(1 pes Perthshire Lawns, '20 yds for$I. Kxtra Kino Victoria Lawn, 12ic per yard. Striped & Plain Nainsooks from 12Ac up. 200 pes of Col. Linen Li.wns rrom $2 up. Kit) do, of Ladies Col. Iiord. Hand kerchiefs, 50c per doz. Lr.diiw Pallu-iggan Vests, good qua lity, fiOo each. Ladies liiblied ,cslK, good quulity, J!()c oach. Childrens Jersey Vests, oxtr.i ,rood, 2Do Ciicl). Whit 0 Linen Napkins, Co (small siv.e.) HOSIERY ! No use-to quote prices, variety loo largo, havo b.een selling, cheap, hut. GOODS in this department will also si t3T SEE OUEE WJMBOW IHSJPIiAY "35 EST feiKR OIIK'WISBOW UISF&A1T a 12 yds WHITE COTTON, :good quality, 1 yd wide forjl.- 15 yds UNBLEACHED, 4 good quality, 1 yd wido for $1. fiSff-Oar stock of JULLINEllY is (ho finest in this Kingcloii. SPAR SAILOR HATS in White, Black, Groeu and JJrown. llll MEN'S J2.r); we will jiell'Vturing tliis sale at :WI1 TTP P Ij11 rarangnu nn 1 aonttaavsMUriJfcf suta niaBasaurJdkuutt3iaueuMUJUTubu.vui nmtMmwijM IiA DIES' NUUSIiJ. TITUS. MOWROB, ladies' nurse, has i.YX removed to Nn. !t, Kitkiii lauu Feb. i 4.90 TO IjJBT. m Roonui to lei, Vm X: sontliwesi iiafio PiiiU'hhowl am est corner ol anil Rcrctiinla stii-eiH, would be wry convenient for a sunlit family. aa (itn TO L13T LATE Rwider.ee "X Wt. Ilolcicntctuialiicr, ihnmiuiticei'. LATE ReslilciKV of Hr. Frank Drown, Kuiiiolaai Park, EKSIDENOK of k Mr. James l.ovo, Kinr; street. LATE Roaidcnce of Mr. M. Qrcc:r, UltlFoitutreeJ. STORE,! Eto, now occuplc.l by Mr. VVollo, Grocer, King street. J Apply, to A. .T.' O ART Will GUT. limit J. . Mmnlmiil klrinl. 1 WE OF T3ra"V :"OK.i:-i or address ISOW-, SMITH & COMPANY, WHOLESALE & RETAIL. -GOMB.'iEiQaCING TH8S White Linen Napkins, with col. hor. and fringed, (extra good) 10c. Ladies .Icanotlc Parasols, just tho thing for hero. Ladii's Col. Parasols with lnccs, 7fic, worth double. 1-10 dor... Children; Whilo Straw Huts, trinimed, 2f)c. gSJ'W'c expect, to' nclhthis entire lot of Hals wiihm''ii . fc-Tvdays, you will have to buy a few when yon ece them. . " . S3 pes Knglebort, part wool, Dress Goods) dark shades. ' .&?Ve limit tho ounnlily to 20 yds to each cnstouier atTc jieryard.' " "GLOVES ! 1 present RUifor DOUBLE-BREASTED FROCK COATS, extra good quality, former prico $20, $22.50 and $10 EAUII. ' CORNER OF FORT & HOTEL STREETS. YOUMAW8 CELEBRATED New York, Stiff & Opera Hats! r 'I O & rrj m JrllWYORK HUUliB SNEW YORK HQTEl,1 wssrsssi NEW FALL &TVL15S JUST ItKOEITED! v.- M. GOLDBJERC3-L .if J l'llll . ' S . 33. ROSE, General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands. DAY LAC'EH Intended to quota prices that would astonish you, hut want of spaco excludes it. All our stock of TIUMMINGS ntlmlf price. &We mean toselM20 Childrens White & Colored Dresses, in linen and pique, "nicely trimmed with colored nnbroidery for CO CENTS EACH. We think they arc pretty, and at tho prices wo quote you will, want somo. Ladies Palbriggan Hose, silk decked, 25c per pair. 5"Our stock of Embroideries, Hamburg Edgings and Skirtings, in cludes 11 full lino of Nainsook, Swiss Hud Cambric choice debigns. JERSEYS ! stock will go for a mcro aonff. NEW this week. 5J jar1 CD o iJSlf 01 bo tJa llblluly lm iir-TT-rrr -ommmaaMMOTMirmm CpjryxlghlEiL. igsnt for Iho Hnwailan iBland. S? -v -i