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WEDNESDAY, SEL'tT ' (18'J3.
(.Continued from Mh W -3
No "anti-missiouary catnpnigu"
has boon conducted or at t-ompteri in
tho Bullktin siuco its odi lorial chair
Was occupied by tho prrn-mit editor
of tho Advertiser. " Missionary''
was its oxtrenio term ul reproach
thou, as "royalist" is i u tho Adver
tiser lo-dny. Under pie ont auspice'
tho Bulletin simply olii lims tho piivi
lego of criticising individual lopiv
sentatives of tho so-ca Jled "Mission
ary party," as it do es uiombers ol
any other class orcoi nbiuation wIicl
it deems thorn to li nvo gone wrong.
Miuister Thurst on -was at latest
accounts in San Francisco. His
deputy, or tho "Hawaiian Charge
d' Allaire. at "V ashington, Major F.
1'. Hastings, was back in Maiuo in
haling tho !nemlock odor. There i:
no public mention of tho Specia'
Coinniisb'ioner, Prof. W. D. Alex
nnder's wheroabouts, but, it. is bafo ti
pay ho is attoudiug to duty, provid
iug tho Major left the koy of tin
Hawaiian Legation under tho door
mat. Minister Blount, it is report
ed, still holds his commission a
Minister to Hawaii, and as sucl
will represent President Clevelani
in negotiations with tho Hawaiiai
triumvirate at Washington, if ovo
he can find them there togothei.
Judging by tho foul partisan nbus
of Mr. Blount by tho Sau Francisen
Chronicle, ho must have said some
thing sinco returning to give cold
comfort to the supportois of th
Captain Anthony Vandnrslico of
tho feuy boat Atlantic City was
killed by taking up a live olectric
light wiio on the sidewalk at Cam
don, N. J.
A eold snap in tho vicinity of Bur
lington, Iowa, is unocpialod in the
memory of tho oldest inhabitants.
Furs and heavy clothing aro nocos
nry for comfort.
It is said Secretary Ilerbort will
order a court-martial of tho ollicers
of the ember Atlanta, in connection
with hor alleged disgraceful coudi-
vrreat victory over tho British. It
will bo rung again at tho California
Midwinter Exposition. After that
it will tako a voyago across tho
ocean to England, and will bo used
in celebraling tho anniversary of tho
battle of Kunnymedn and the grant
ing of tho Magna Chnrta by King
iJoliu. It will visit Jans ami ring
in the celebration of tho fall of tho
j i:n.osiox on a STinMi:n.
j An explosion took place on the Va
i citic Mail steamer Harracoutant 1:17
l p.m. Sunday, August 27. The steamer
was bound from Comox, B. C, to
Acapulco, Mexico, with a cargo of
coal. In consequence of tho oxplo
siou the ttanaouta put into Sin
b ranci-co, whete hor lnOl) tons ol
coal will be discharged. Tho explo
sion occurred in tho after hatch and
did much damage to tho ves--el, the
main saloon being wrecked. Besides
tho steward ami two littlo waitor
boys, who were hit and bruised by
living ilobri-t, no one was injniod.
Tho cause of tho explosion is laid to
a dynamite bomb placed in tho coal
iniuo at Comox during tho trouble
between union and non-union men.
Frank Bruce, leader of a gang of
burglais caught at Torro Haute,
India la, has been identified as the
man who committed tho daring
.Jlo.OOO diamond robbory on tho Chi
cago, IJuihugtou and yuiucy tram
last fall. ' ooni coinaoi.
Miss Victoria Bateman has beou , . -,,.,, , , ,,
expelled from tho Professional Wo- rSr,nft Carl.,sl( KSi h.
men's League, a society composed ' tmto.1 S '" muits a Philadelphia
chielly f actresses in Now York, on I - S;', ram-isco to be fully mat -
...1 f 1.... .,.,..:.. .:.i. ! ued, ami tho full capacity of both
ilivomn suit. Aiihrnv llnnnirniilt. mints will bo utilized in tho coinage,
ouoof the parties to tho same di-1 of ffold bullion
vorce suit, has been dismissed from
Miss Koso Coghlan's company. He
j forthwith obtained a threo years'
I engagement with Richard Maus
The ftueon and tho Seminary.
Tho following correspondence ej
OFricc of tiie
Hawaiian Stab Newspaper Co., Lt.
I have not tho pleasure of your
acquaintance, but I think it just t)
say that tho information upon whicJi
the Star's report of your interne,
with the late Queen was based dil
not reach us from you or with your
knowledge. It came from sourci
which wo have had reason to thin"
were well-informed as to the polit-
cal vieus and sentiments of the e
sovoroign. If there .vero any inaccuracies it
tho report of tho intorviow woassui
3011 that tho Star, in seeking to coi
rect them, would bo glad to avail ir
self of any useful facts that may In
put at its disposal.
Yours very truly,
Walter G. Smith.
Tho interview between tho late
Qtiee'n and myself was not a tnattti
' of public concern, and touched upo
political affairs only as they migL'i
affect tho Seminary. Her lato Ma,
esty lias always taken a deep intero-i
in Kawaiahao Seminary both by lit
good ad vice and material aid, and '
deeply regret tho publication of an
article that will iiilluenco tho uativi
against tho school.
Ida M. Pope.
Notes on tho Passing Show.
That tho water supply
lulu is falling short, brings to the
notice of the public tho fact that it
is about time that tho authoritit
wero paying sonio attention to th: 1
department of tho public works. An
appropriation of 803,880 for pump
iug plant, etc., and for a dam aud
building reservoir at Makiki, etc..
was passed by tho Legislature last
year, also a further appropriation ol
S6000 for repairs of reservoirs.
great deal of rain has fallen on the
mountains and in the valleys, at the
heads of tho water sources, during
tho past month or so, still there ox
ists a shortage. If report bo tine
tho true causo of tho short supph
is, that there is a leakage in one 01
two of tho reservoirs. Tho mattur
of leakage should bo looked into,
A collision on tho Long Island
i.iilroad killed 14 people and injured
IS others. Among tho dead is Colo
nel lluck, editor of tho leadinir sports
journal. Spirit of tho Times. !
Tin eo calcium light mon, em
ployees of the Honry Irving com
pany, wore detained at Ellis Island,
N. Y., as contract laborers.
Auot her opium ring is said to bo
at work iu San Francisco, smuggling
tho drug from Victoria. High otli
cials as usual aro said to bo impli
cated. Capt. Praser of tho British ship
Lonsdale had his skull fractured by
a block falling from aloft, while on
tho voyage from Newcastle, N. b. V.,
to Sau Francisco. His recovery is
Heath is liablo to bo ro-arrested
for tho MeWhirter murder on ac
count of irregularity in tho bail
Judge Woller of Milpitas, Cal..
sues tho estate of Rhoda M. Palmer
for S3000, on tho ground that the
Wellers gave her a homo when she
lived on tho Coast. She wont East
aud died, willing an estate iu Cali-
foiuia worth $25,000 to benevolent
1 institutions, aud forgetting tho Wel
1 lor family.
I Councilman Graham and Steep
have beou arrested at Spokane,
Vah., for taking bribes.
j A tiro at Elgin, Ore., destroyer!
most of tho business portion of the
I it is reported that Lilian Russell
tho actress is to marry again, her
j new mate to bo Eugono Sandow, the
1 strongest man in tho world. All
ot hor report says tho man is Howell
Henry living, tho famous actor, is
, in Sau Francisco.
i Kansas City, Missouri, has been
' squeezed by tho sugar trust. For a
week not a bit of sugar could be
' bought at tho wholesale houses.
I These at length received carload
lots from refineries at Sau Francisco.
LUIS IL(lt WUIJI.111,4 iW LUU 111I1U f;u
sou it appears had exhausted the
Crops in tho southern Rock.
Mountain district aro tho best foi
3 ears, while in the northern district
tho ground is dry, crops need rain,
and tho ranges aro iu poor condi
tion. Tho half a dozen Chinese at Men
tone, Cal., have been compelled to
leave the place by a committee ol
A partly successful attompt va
, made at Fresno to blow up the
, house of Sam Lee, a Chinese mer
chant. Two partition walls were
blown out and skylights aud win-
I clows shattered. Tho Chinese attri
bute the outrage to their own coun
trymen out oT rovongo for Leo's as
sisting to convict a Chinaman of
1 murdor several 3 ears ago.
I Henry Miller tho millionaire is
1 sued at San Francisco to compel
him to sell his great ranch in South
ern California, according to an al
leged agreement, and take S800,000
as ouo-fourtn payment with a mort
Tho Treasury De
partment possesses from $85,000,000
to $1)0,000,000 in gold bullion, which
is part of tho gold reservo of S100,
0011,000. Tho gold bars cannot bo
used as currency, so it has been de
cided in tho present need to coin
the bullion on hand.
Lately Sl.OOD.OOO in gold com was
t rausported safely in one lot from
San Francisco to Now York.
gontino Republic, havo been sus
pended. Several ollicers in tho La
Plata garrison havo been arrested.
Tho French customs authorities
discovoied Hint largo quantities of
corn and grits have been imported
as grain refuse and bono dust, de
frauding tho Government of largo
sums in duties.
Activo hostilities have boon begun
hot ween tho Qui man forces and tho
natives iu East Africa. Tho Ger
mans stormed a fortified camp at
Kilimanjaro and captured it after
four hours of smoro fight intr,
Tho fuuoral of Duko Ernst of
Sao-Coburg-Gotha took place Aug.
28 at Potsdam. After tho fuuoral a
banquet was given at the castlo to
tho visiting members of tho Gorman
and English royal families.
Th'ro is a very unsettled fooling
over tho now phase of tho Franco
Sinineso difficulty. It is believed
Shun cannot asseut to tho now do
niands of France.
OLOOMY LOOKOl'T TOR THE ENGLISH
Tho London Times, in tho courso
of a loug loader on tho dismal agri
cultural prospects of Great Britain,
says: 'Foroign competition de
presses tho prico of cattle and corn.
ltio imports ot animals and meat
will swamp the markets this 3ear.
Groat Britaiu will bo moro than
over dependent on foreign supplies
and will requiio at least 28,000,000
quartors or wheat from abroad.
Franco must import more than
twico as much as sho usually does.
Germany has already begun to
draw ou American tnarkots lor sup
plies." A ItUCAL THRONE.
Tho Duko of Edinburgh, Queen
Victoria's son, is tho successor of tho
lato Duko of Saxo-Coburg-Gotha.
It is said ho refused to resign Lis
Uawaiian Haraware Co., L(l '
Saturday, Sept. 8, 1893,
TEMPLE OF FA8HI0
' iiirpQctirm nn h.nmnrnr Willmtti'ta r,
It is reported from Atlanta that ,,,, fn ni.i,r,i,iTl, i, ,1. .,,,1
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J. H. Blount, United States Minister
to tho Hawaiian Islands, will run
for Governor of tho State. Ho will
bo the administration candidate.
Tho statement having been con
fidentially made that Cleveland
could not carr3 Georgia, iu the light
of recent events, the gago of battle
has been accepted, aud in voting for
Blount's nomination voters will ex
press confidence in Cleveland. Tho
contest promises to bo both lurid
UNEMPLOYED IN CHICAGO.
Several thousand people attended
a nieoiing of unemployed at tho
Columbus statue, Chicago. There
was timidity about the speeches and
movements. Luc3' Parsons, widow
of tho anarchist, raised her voice iu
1 dofonso of laborers' rights.. It was
J thought at 0110 time sho would head
I a parade through the streets. Sho
I was too wise, however, to invito a
I clash with tho police, and so dis
countenanced a parade. Tho speak
ers bitterly denouneeu Mayor Harri
son for prohibiting parades action
he took on accouut of a conflict be
tween tho polico and paraders a few
day.-, proviousl, which resulted in a
good many biokon hoads for tho
TUE FINANCIAL SITUATION.
Denver banks aro resuming busi
ness. Kansas City national banks report
an incieao of $2,000,000 deposits
since the height of tho .Jury ilurr3'.
Replies from over 100 banks in
Kansas show that not ono of them
owes tho New York banks a dollar.
Thoy aro all doing their business on
their own capital or on Kausas
1 Tho People's Home Savings Bank
in ban Francisco has been re-opend.
NOT DUE TO THE OEARY LAW.
Rov. Mr. Chalfant, missionary at
Ichow-fu, China, reports to thoPres
hyterian Board of Missions that tho
recent attack on missionaries was
not in consequence of tho Geary
law, but was an outbreak of the
lough element in the community.
Tho leaders of the mob were punish
ed, aud the gentry of tho city waited
on the missionaries with their re
SEARCHING INQUIRY INTO NAVAL CON
During the discussion on tho navy
estimates iu the Commons Sir Ed
ward James Reed, who at ono timo
was Chief Constructor of tho navy,
declared that tho disaster to the
warship Victoria was just what was
expected of that class of vessels
years ago. There remained iu the
navy other vessels of tho same type
and ho wondered how many more
want tho position, his wife is anxious
ho should havo it. She, tho daughter
of the lato Czar of Russia, has often
felt soro that sho had to yield pre
cedence at court to tho Princess of
Wales, daughter of tho King of
Denmark. With lier husband once
occupying tho ducal throuo oven
temporarily, her rank and prece
dence would bo advanced perma
nently. THE SILVER QUESTION.
Tho Freuch Government has
agreed to call a conference of tho
mombors of tho Latin Union iu Paris
to decide the question of the nation
alization of fractional silver cur
A Panama newspaper predicts a
now revolution in Nicaragua within
A gun exploded on tho French
cruiser Dugua3 Trotiiu during tar
got practice, at S3 d 1103, killing four
men and injuring many.
It is reported at S3dm3' that
Franco intends to annex tho Now
Peary t he explorer is still in Labra
dor, whore ho refuses to pa3 tho
prices asked for dogs for his polar
A brutal prize fight with bare
knuckles took placo at Victoria, B.
C, botweon Fitzhon of California
and Barnard of London. Fitzhonr
was so abused ho could not stand
after tho ninth round. Although
managed so secretly that the police
had got no wind of the fight, it was
wiluos.sed by 200 sports.
FRANCE STILL UNS VrlSriEl).
A Bangkok despatch of August 29
To exercise furthor pressuro upon
Siam to compel compliance with
their latest demands tho French aro
threatening to return to their gun
boats. Tho foreign residents aro
loud in their indignation. The re
port that the French are fortifying
Chautibun tends to increase tho
Tho advertising of Hood's Sarsa
parilla appeals to the sober, common
sense of thinking people, because it
is true; and it is alwa3s fully sub
stantiated by endorsements which in
the financial world would bo ac
cepted without a moment's hesita
tion. Thoy tell tho stor3 Hood's
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, jaun
dice, biliousness, sick headache, constipation.
By Jas. E. Morgan.
Dispositions of Teachers.
At tho meeting of tho Board of
Education, noted in yesterday's is
sue, tho following dispositions ol
teachers were made for tho nets
term opening next Monday:
Miss Severance, to tho placo at
Hilo School vacated by Miss We.-t.
Mr. L. Zumwalt, to Ulupalakua
Mr. A. II. Crook, to Huelo, Maui.
, Mr. Stntilcy, to bo assistant iu
Royal School, in placo of II. .
Miss Emma Hatfield, to be assist
ant iu Ilaualei, Kauai, iu place ol
her sister, resigned.
Mr. McCartney, formerly of Ka
unakakai, Molokai, to bo priucip.il
at Hauula, Oahu.
Mr. Moses Makuakauo, to bo as
sistant iu Kailua, Koua, School.
Tho success of Mrs. Annie M.
Beam, of MeKeesport, Pennsylvania,
iu tho treatment of diarrhoea in hr
children will undoubtedly bo of in
torest to many mothers. Shu say.-:
"1 spent several weeks in Jonstouii,
Pa., after tho great Hood, on account
of my husband being ujaijloytil
there. We had several children with
us, two of whom took tho diarrhoea
vory badly. I got some of Chambii
Iain's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhou
Remedy from Rov. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of them, 1 know f
several other cases where it was
equally successful. 1 think it caij
not bo excelled aud cheerfully r
commend it." 25 aud f0 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers, Benson,
Smith ii Co., agents for tho Hawai
as ouo-iour u pay neni wiiu a mon ; womd fzu ljof t, ;ul,niral(y
iLa 'attSnpT jS f1- V? i,,dfuced tl j""lon ""V AUCTION SALE
hu u utiiuuia o uiiexiijL iu tuwai description of war vessel. ,
his partners widow, and the suit is Admiral Field said tho standard
regarded as very sensational. r- .1.., .., ti 1.1 1 1 OF
1 Foxhall Keeno's colt Domino, for
which ho paid $3000 as a yearling,
1 won tho great Futurity Stakes at
Sheepshead Ba3. Tho value of the
1 stakes was $05,(500. Domino was the
public's fat orito and was ridden by
Taral, the greatest jockoy iu Amer
' ica. Galileo and Dobbins pushed
tho winner hard.
Hoiaco Johnson, of Middletown,
Conn., who predicted tho recent
, storm, says a bigger ono is coming
j between Sept. (5 and 10. He predicts
that a great tidal wave will roll 111(0
the streets of Boston and Now York
along the docks, and for the time
complete submerge thorn. He
wains murchauts owning property
iu sea coast cities to remove- their
goods along tho water fronts.
THE LIBERTY HELL.
Tho Columbian liberty boll, which
was cast from tho pennies of chil
dren in oory part of tho country
aud from historical trinkets from all
jiarts of the world, started on its
journey to Chicago from Now York
on the 28th. Tho boll is valued at
$10,000, and contains 78 percent of
copper, gold and silver. It contains
some of tho oldest coins iu existence,
two of which wore in circulation
during tho timo of Christ, aud ono
bearing tho dato "Ml A. D." Tho
bell will be rung for tho first timo
ou Grand Army day, September '.Hit.
After the fair closos, tho boll will
travel back to Washington, where
it will bo rung next to celebrate the
anniversary of the ratification of the
Constitution by Georgia. It will
then bo sent to Now Orleans to ring
iu memory of Gwneral Juckiou'a
for the nniy should be based upon
tho work cho navy had to do. This
was not taken into consideration,
but the frnmers of the naval esti
mates s.-3 ten moro lirst-class ships
i aro required, especially ollectivo
rams. A largo sum of money has
been spout upon vessels of that das",
and they looked like lams, but they
, did not deserve the name. They
1 could do no moro execution than a
i man tilling agaiu,t a stone wall with
a thimble 011 hi noso,
I Right lion. J. G. Goschon said
1 such an assertion could not be passed
I over, and he demanded that the
I Government institute a searching
1 inquiry into tho construction of nil
vcsiol-. of a similar typo to tho ill-
1 fated Victoria.
' The Prince of Walos' yacht Brit
annia has won the Queon'u cup,
A swarm of locusts, so immense as
1 to obscure tho sun for threo hours,
passed over the cit3r of Tunis,
King Carlos has opened for busi
ness the new cable botweon Portu- I
gal and Azores.
Tho Homo Rule bill is expected
1 to pass the Commons 011 September '
lit. It will probably be promptly
rejected by tho House of Lords.
Riots that continued for ouvernl ,
nights bioko out at Sau Sebastian, j
Spain, becan'o tho orchestra refused
tj play tho "Basque Hymn," J
Tho C.ar and Czarina of Russia
aro iaiuiig King Christian of Dun- '
niaili, tho Czarina n father, at Copen
hagen. They will bo joined by tho
Priuco of Wales,
! All the oxeculive, legislative and
judiciul authoritius of La Piuta, Ar-
Horses & Carriages !
On SATURDAY, Sept. 9,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
AT THE CLUB STABLES, FORT STREET,
I WILL 8KLI. AT I'UIII.IC AUCTION
14 Head of Horses
Broken to Saddle and Harness.
TI10 llors-'os arc sold In tniiko rnnni
fur 11 lot hlimtly to arrive.
Also nt tin) biiiiH) time will bo told
1 WAGONETTE, 2 BUGGIES,
1 nit.Wvl". AND l'OI.r (now),
S Fair Sliafts.
The putting upon the mar
ket of an article superior to
anything in the same line ever
sold here means something to
the busy business man. When
we went into the ready mixed
paint line we did so with the
idea of giving the public a bet
ter article than it has been
used to seeing. What is the
result? Hendry's Ready
Mixed Paints are leading all
others; people who have been
averse to using prepared
paints are now ready and wil
ling to save fifty percent of the
cost of painting their houses
by using this paint. Then you
ask "How can they save so
much?" We'll tell you! Not
the least important item in the
profession of the painter is his
knowledge of mixing colors,
and -there's a good many of
them in Honolulu who can put
the paint on as even as the
boards but who do not know
the first principle of mixing.
Very well then. A ten year
old boy can paint if the colors
are right. You can save the
wages of a high priced man
and employ one who never
tried to learn the knack of
mixing and you save twenty
five percent in wages. The
"Hendry Ready Mixed" will
cover twenty-five percent more
space than ordinary paints or
the average ready mixed arti
cle there's your other twenty-
live percent, it you do your
own work you will save twenty
five percent more. Try it.
Tne assurances we have re
ceived from the Water Works
department leads us to believe
that there will be sufficient
water from the Makiki wells
for people to take baths every
day. With a liberal supply of
water comes a demand for
bath tubs better than tin.
We have in stock several of
the sort largely advertised in
the Century and other maga
zines. They are enamelled
on iron and are everlasting.
All the new homes have them
and there's no reason why
they should not be put in old
People who occasionally en
joy Hamburg steaks feel the
necessity for a really good
machine for chopping the
meat. We think, from reports
we have had from parties who
are using tnem mat ours is
decidedly the best in the mar
ket. We have them in ena
mel or galvanized iron no
danger of rusting.
There's dust in the air and
its bound to get into the house
and on the furniture. Rub
bing with a cloth injures the
polish on fine articles, using a
feather duster removes it with
out damage get a feather
duster we sell them.
Three plantations have
lately added to their machi
nery complete pumping plants
for irrigating cane land. Be
fore making the improvements
the managers thoroughly in
vestigated the cost of steam
pumps and windmills. A half
dozen makes ol the latter were
in competition as to price and
capacity and in each instance
the Aermotor carried off the
palm and is doing the work
for a tenth of the cost of
steam. The three plantation
managers referred to above
have simply fallen into line
with others as their necessities
required, there will be others
to follow suit and we believe
that within another year every
plantation on the islands will
have its Aermotor for irrigat
Stroud's Self-basting Pans
have made a decided hit in
Honolulu society and we have
been obliged to order more of
them. We have a few of each
size left, possibly enough to
last until another lot arrives,
but take no chances if you
want something very good in
the way of kitchen utensils.
Corner Fort So "Hotel St.reot.ra,
1 AM NOW OFFEKING AT-
A FULL LINE OF
WHITE v. GOODS !.
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Ohallies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
ScotchZephyrs i Dress Ginghams
E . JtU xrS. !Ir. Jj X CJ? JB3. ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sta., .... Honolulu, H. I.
We Guarantee Every Package
tar "WE SENT OUT -&a
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FKESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Oases !
QO IDozeix I
1920 Packages I
FOR SALE BY TIIE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
55!3 "F"OTt. S.r,t..
TaCOTlOl-LllTl. H. I.
New Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
"Wortl! SO Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
Worth 75 Cents.
HorM'H mill ('nrrliu-na can nuw bo
M.-0U lU tlu .'lut) but I) I us
Jas. F. Morgan,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Hprvckelb1 illook,
307 FORT STREET.
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON,