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I'ltlXJIl'AI, II'K.TIN hough r II V
I'lKiciicrs Who Arrlvi'il Tlio IH'iuo-
crallc Convention Other tlrcnt
I.vcnl of tlio Wi'ck.
Roadors of the Bullktin woro
porluips a little exasperated (it tlio
winds and tides that kept tlio S.
S. Australia out of sight until
their favorito paper was printed.
Yot tlio management does thobpst
it can, under the circumstances, in
issuing this oxtra FREE to
the public of Honolulu within a
few minutes after tlio steamer has
docked. Tlio Australia arrived at
0.15 p. m. from San Francisco.
Tlio following is tlio list of:
L C Abies, Frodorick Olift,
Mrs Win Clift, Miss Abbio Baw
ilen Olift, J F Eckardt, Miss M
Edward, Miss A Fonnano, It 0
Forsyth, Mrs I Hilda, D M Horn,
P 0 Jones, J WLonhartand wife,
D McLoim, Mrs GeoLoibold, Geo
W Macfarlano, wife and infant,
Miss N Mclutyro, J McGowon
Miss Ida Roberts, Martin Smith,
S J Smith, Miss O E P Stokes
and maid, Miss 0 P Stokes, Jas.
Stokes and valet, Ohas M Taylor,
Jr, and wifo, J L Torbert, wife
nud infant, Dr J M Topnioollor,
13 Topmoellor, Mrs Twing, S W
Wilcox, 0 L Wight, W Gray, Mrs
Lylo and child.
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11 N V-JL
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Sax FitANcist'o, Jnly 11, 1800.
Tlio Democratic National Con
vention met at Chicago on tho 8th
of July nud was still in session on
William J. Bryan of Nebraska
was nominated as caudidato for
Bryan, tho Democratic nominee,
is a noted elocutionist.
Tho convention adjourned on
tho 11th until tho noxt morning to
nominate a candidate for Yico
J. lt McLean of Missouri is
favorito tor tho second place.
Oklahoma gavo tho decisive
The platform reaffirms nllogi
anco to justico and liborty which
the Democratic party has support
ed since Jefferson's time.
Itis unalterably opnosedjto mo
nometallism and demands the free j
and unlimited coinage of both I
gold and Bilvor at tho present
legal ratio of 10 to 1, without I
! waiting for the aid or consent of
any other nation.
It proposes tho issuo of intor-osting-bearing
bonds in times of
peace in tho United States, ami
condemns tho traffic with banking
It holds that tariff duties
should bo levied for the purposes
of rovouuo only.
It opposes any further changes
in tho tariff laws until the monoy
question is settled.
It favors tho admission of Now
Moxico and Arizona, recommends
that tho Torritovy of Alaska bo
JULY 17, 1896.
grouted a dolegato in Congress,
extends (sympathy to tho people
of Cuba, opposes lifo tonuro
in tho public serviuo,
and declares it to bo the unwrit
ten law of the Republic, establish
ed by custom and usago of 100
years, and sanctioned by the ex
amples of tho greatost and wis
est of thoso who founded and have
maintained the Republic, that no
mnu should bo oligiblo for a third
term of tlio presidential ohieo.
1 2 3 -1 5
Bland 2IJ5 2H3 291 211 10
Boies 83 11 30 33 2(5
Matthows 17 32 3-1 15(5 :il
McLean CI 58 51 -10 0
Bryan 119 190 21!) 280 500
Blackburn 83 41 27 27
Patterson 05 100 97 97 95
Pen n oyer 8 8 0 0
Tollor 8 10 0 0
Hill 1 8 1 11 1
Russoll 2 0 0 0
Campboll 10 0 0 0
Stevenson 7 10 9 8 8
Tillman 17 0 0 0 0
Absent 178 0 0 0 0
Tnrpie 0 0 0 0 1
Tho Cuban loader Macoo is re
Tho Now York World de
nounces tho Democratic program
Populist loaders will hear of
no fusion with the Democrats.
Yale was beaten by Loandor,
English, in tho lleuloy regatta by
Crete has doclurcd hor independence.
Tho Now York Sun bolts tho
Democratic platform and tho Now
York Herald joins tho Sun in
Filibusters huvo landed -100,000
cartridges, 15000 Manser rillos,
250 machetes, 800 lbs. dynamito,
10 cases hospital supplies and (!1
New Yonic, July l'J.-Tho
Wo i Id's Cipo Town tmblo says:
Cecil JlliodfH wihiii the thick of
tlio fight with insurguiit M-niibuln
at Amlm, near liiilu uyo. Bulfots
whistled within a fow inches of
"Hy jovo, they aro close," ho 10
marked once. Throe hundred re
bel natives woro killed in tlio bat
tle, though tlio British hm was
only thirtoon. Tlioro ii lighting
all along tlio lino of Mit.ibul ulaud.
I.x I ApiH'iiriuu'i'.
Tomorrow evening Co. D. Min
strels will positively make their
last appearance Let everybody
go and give tho boys a rousing
TIlV NlllllllMX I'llllcllla.
At 2 o'clock Dr. Day informs
the BulIj1:tin that there aro but
throe cases of varioloid at tho
Quarantine station, all doing well.
Tho supposed fourth caso was a
false alarm, tho symptoms of tho
disease having disappeared.
um..i. .. i. ,.i) :.. ii. nr:..
uiuua mu lunula iu iiiu ju.ui-
strels' program. Finney will
swing them with his eyes blindfolded.