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othiANio m-i:aiihIi siaihi'osa
Aititivin i.Avr Mian
Nrlioiiiicr AIoIih ill lortW. J. Hall
Arrlirrt-A Mrnnior AVrctUeil
Oilier Marino No lea.
The steamer W 0 Hall was telephoned 25
miles oir nt noon.
Ilic lnrk Frown arrived nt Fort flamble
from llonolulti on Julj 21.
Tlic tclionncr Mnrj I' Ku failed for Ka
liulul from KtinKn on Jul 1-'.
Tlic bark fita King nrrltcdat l'ort Town
send from tliU pott on Jnlj 10
Tlic steamer Ktauiiou lirouirht a cargo of
sugar and tlco from Kan il tbi tnornlnjr
The barkuitlno Kllkltnt, It 1) Cutter
maMcr, clcnrid for Fort Touiwend (oihy.
1 ho OHS MarlposaiirrUcil Into laU night,
a llttlu ocr scen dijn from San Fran-
Tomorrow, high tide large 10 10 a in; IiIrII
tldo small 7 46 p m, U tutu laigf S:I0 ffta;
lou tide stnoll V?" p ra. i
The timk H linont am 'fUnt .SWWrt bags
sugar, in lirr h.il-l Mm will pro'iaMy nit
0My II C lull, r '!nlliki k
Ti i.. . v i i ' i f irt'trr
Hail il mil i il i i I i i - il il Hi
tank li lib in uhlip'd ' ''Ilia li Hie
Tbt lull. M ' in ii iii ifetlf?0
nt Pfczoon rdni v'ii .lulv U.n a denev fofc.
AltbttiiKli tlic Mi inr l.irai i total Io,
nil Hit jfie ' oinL l nt 'f tin mrso
Ibc following " 1" In willed for 'a
altn( t fi.ii -i Ml ) .T'tlv J"
Itk Alln Hnwi tor Hi mdiilii Jnl is
Sebr John l. N rib. l. r II i .i,o Jul 1
ShlpIIOilerUkDfau for II Hit
Arrlal from Honolulu at San Francico.
July II ULtn lringint 17 days Jul U--S
b Dotle, 0 Uns I br IS mill. July 151)1.
Ccjlun, "ftdnjs .lul 10 3 S Clilna, 5 da
11 br 11 mlu; bk U 1' llltbct, :).' ill.
The American ftlioonur Aloba arrived In
lost uUlit, nftcr a piiimaitl vo3f,c of IS das
Irom tbu (lolriui Gate. She brotmbt n cargo
ol irmtral mi rclinnilltu nud two boms.
Anions the cargo arc lbJ pints ol mmlilnery
Tiiujisdat, July 80.
086 Mariposa, Hazard, from San Fran
ClsCO. Am scbr Aloba, Dabil, from San Fran
cisco. Friday, Jnh 31.
BtmrW-G Hall, Slmcrsou, from Huwall
8tmr Kcaubou, Thompson, fioin ports
Sliur iValakale, Grcgorj, fiom Hawaii and
IntUAi, July 81.
OBSMarlpoca, Hajvard, for tbe Colo
From Kauai, per ftmr Ktauhnn, July 31
8 C Ulddell, J C Davis and U deck jiiisscusers.
From San Francisco, per O So Mariposa,
JolySO A Abreiw, T II Benton. Mrs It T
Carroll, Mlin Carroll, M -a (1 Carroll, HJ
Day, 11 lliacock, Iliu IlollaiUv, II K Iljde
and wire, U Vf McCbeeney and wife, ltuv d 8
1'almer, Mrs W C FcHtock, C du Rol, II
Scbultr, Jobn Smeaton, Jns stclmr, Wll
Wblttitr, Alex ioutur, Miss Youiik, Alius
litrtba 11 Yount Throu'b 0 D ndlnlurir,
Miss Maxlne Elliott, Miss Gertrude Elliott,
l'asit-1 Gnrnlcr, 1 VY It Giabain, Jl Us Edna
Hajuard, Mrs F M Mejtr and son, MIs
KlIiMbetb Tape. Capt V 8 Faterson. Leon L
E ltatrat and wife, Paul Stelnttld, KL
Malcolm, D McLean.
GAItaOES ntOM ISLAND TOUTS.
Ex KcmiIiiiii 85fil luiri pndd, 52 bags
run hihI in pkc nindiks
LUDEWIG-ironolulu, Juh 31, IS00. to tlic
nlfu ofl.lcutll Ludelj,,1 a ton.
imu.ncis ;in)i i; Di.n.
. Continued from Jtth Page.
cliranx at Constitution hill, near
tbo AVollington stntuo. Tlmt vnst
eoa of human faces, that mighty
thundor of human voices, brought
out tho -woman in the Quoon and
tho Queen in tho woman. She
boro herself with nil tho majesty
of a great sovereign this after
noon, as, with tears streaming
down her faco, sho acknowledged
tho homage of her people.
Tho raarringo was solemnized
by tho Archbishop of Canterbury
in the private chupol of Bucking
ham Palace. The bridegroom is
Becond son of tho King of Den
mark, and n nephew of tho Prin
cess of Wnles. HeiB a lieutenant
in tho Danish navy and at proRont
attached to tho cruising frigate
M. A. Pfixoto, proprietor of the
Union barber ohop, next to tho
Art Gullory, guarantees to give a
shavo that will make your hair
curl with joy.
Sterling, tho painter, i'b pre
pared to quoto prices on roof
painting. Houses a composition of
coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. i i i m m
Tho case of Ah Puek and Ah
Kai, opium and attempted bribery
of an officer, vna set for trial on
the 5th by Judge "Wilcox this
i.ai-ist vfttair sbw.
Continued from Jul fagi
in our favor and that, but for tho
result of tho prevailing gloomy
sentiment, tho movement of gold
should bo toward instead of
against the Untied States, aggra
vates the situation.
Tho dominant depressing influ
ences have beet) tho steady export
of tho metal and the consequent
rapid process of depletion of tho '
Government reset vo. On July J
11th tho free gold hold amounted
to S100,'2'.)3,(iS8. By July 18th tho
resorvelmtl fallen to &y(j,7UiJ1G,.21
and at the closo of tho business
vestoulay it stood at SS9,780,180.
i'heso fiimres wore further reduced
on tho 22ud, next day, by with
drawals amounting to $3,375,000,
including 2,000,000 for export,'
briuging tho total down to S87,
10o,180. Tho deprense in tho
eleven days amounted to nearly
KATE PIELl's WOIIK.
A mmumcn fi'i- br II UIlV'IN'il
at 2nU!j Lid i, .N. V , to John
Hrown, the victim of !uh uii.-ttikou
patiiotisnt at Hmiwr'n Feuy.iu
tht troubled days of 1859. Ne'ar
whern i!i iiDutitnent is ttcftl
lie8 the bodj of John Brown at
the pule of a ;reat bowlder, lioro -on
he fi- wont to sit sometimes
for many houis at a time when ho
lived in the little house, ho had
built there, in tho .heart of tho
Adiioudacks. Tho historic giound
was about to pa8,s out of tho pos
session of Brown's family when
Kato Field, who had come across
tho spot while on a trip through
tho AdirondackB, took tho matter
up, and by her enthusiasm and in-!
iluenco succeeded in raising S2000,
purchasing the farm, which was
turned over to the State in Jan
uary of this year, and tho Fores
try Commission now cares for it.
TO STUDY MARS.
A special from Boston BayB:
Porcival Lowell, Boston's famous
nstionounr, who is now on his
way to Flagstaff, A.T., is at tho
head of the most important scien
tific expedition planned for more
than half a century. Tho object
of the expedition is to mako ob
servations on Mars and to procure,
if possible, evidonco to support
tho theory held by Mr. Lowell
and other astronomers that the
"red star of war" is inhabited by
SEWALL FOR SECOND TLAOE.
Arthur Sowall, tho wealthy
shipowner and railway man of
Bath, Me., was nominated for
Vico Presidont by the Democratic
National Convention at Chicago.
Ho is the father of Harold M.
Sewall, who was Consul General
BRITISH GOVERNMENT DEFEATED.
Tho Houbo of Commons on the
22nd inst. considered in commit
tee clause 21 of tho Irish land
bill, which ptovitles that in pur
chase transaction. tho land com
mittee, shall ndvauco monoy in
stead of stock heretofore issued.
An amendment moved by Sir
Thomas Esmonde, seeking to con
tinue tho existing arrangement,
wus carried by a decided majority.
Tho whole clause was then with
drawn on motion of A. J. Balfour.
The defeat of tho Government was
totally unexpected and is ascribed
to tho abseuco of many ministo
rial members at tho royal wod
ding. Sir Thomas Esmondo's
amendment was supported by all
tho Irish members and by tho
When tho High Court of Justice,
Queen's Bench division, recon
vened on the 21st for the trial of
Dr. Jameson for alleged violation
of the foreign enlistment act in
tho invasion of tho South Africa
ropublic, tho Lord Chief Justice
overruled the motion of Sir Ed
ward Clarke to qunsh tho indict
ment. Tho defendants ontored
pleas of not guilty, and Attorney
Goneral Webster opened for tho
Charles Dickons, son of tho
great novelist, died at Kensington
on July 20th of paralysis. Ho was
in his 59th year. When his
futher and mother unfortunatoly
sopnratcd, ho stayed with his
mother and was afterward honor
ed by his father for his conduct.
Young Dickens wrote some do
scriptive works in good style, aud
proved himself the son of his
father as an orator, if not as a
Bismark is reported to say that
England is menaced by ltussia
and France, that her defenses are
antiqunted and that the next war
will bo Bottled in London.
EVENING 13DLLETIN, JULY 31, 1890.
It is li"li' d iu IV i in tlmt Li
Hutijj Ohrniv is sfilvhtt; a l i w
Tho Kolaporo cup hasbeou won
by Canadian riflemen at tlio tour
nament at Bisloy. Tho scores of
tho various teams woro as follows:
Canada 05G points, England Gil,
Guernsey 018, Jersey 589.
Tho French Government t is
about to issue a decree increasing
tho duties on foreign law Btigar
from 7 francs to 10J francs and
on foreign refined sugar from 8
francs to 10J francs. The decreo
is to tako effect August 1st, on
tho samo date as tho German ex
port bounties go into effect.
ALMOST INCREDIBLE BARBARITY OF
THE SPANIARDS REPORTED.
Private lottora from Matanzas
to merchants at Key WoBt.Florida,
roport tho capturo of two hospitals
by tho Spanish Boldiors, who
massacred tho inmates. Doctois
Bui, aud lzquiotdo, Burgeons of
tho Cuban army, in chaigo with
their assistant and corps of
nurucflnur alt.lt is tllleoll, put
to the jiy !i ' . v,1ji!i (I i in Iple-..
ill and wounded ueru aHnasmunteti
in their cote and the buildings
then burned ovef their houdu to
cover up the crime. The "mall
nisurgeut Uotatluueuto guaiuw.y
tho hospitnlB mado a desporato
but vnin defense againtt over
Tho death of Jose Macoo,
brother of Autonio Maceo, is
again reported. Jose was a negro
who had all tho worst proclivities
of his raco, and hiB proBouco
among tho insurgent forces did
moro to help tho Spaniards than
his death could possibly have
GRINDING Or CANE PROHIBITED.
By a decreo issued by Sonor
Salvador Cisneros, President of
tho Republio of Cuba, all conces
sions heretofore granted to grind
cane aro declared void, and it is
absolutely forbidden to manufac
ture BUgar in Cuba during tho
season of 189G-97, or to do work
of any kind preparing for such
manufacture, unless iudopendenco
has already boon achieved, when
such work is to be allowed. Those
who violate this order will bo
treated as traitors.
Bobol camps havo been sur
prised and dispersod in Havana
province, with heavy Iosb of
munitions of war.
Tho Spanish authorities have
captured a largo uumbor of dyna
mito bombs in tho houses of re
bels in Havana, whoso owners are
now prisoners. Undelivered
baggage at the custom house was
seized, disclosing 938 riilces and a
quantity of cartndgos.
Inundations iu tho prefectures
of Toyama and Shiga, Japan,
havo Bwopt away towns and de
stroyed crops. It is feared that
many lives havo been lost.
Boports of a panic in Crote aro
declared to havo been greatly ex
aggerated. A Turkish negro ran
amuck with a knifo in a cafo, but
was ovorpoworcd by a bravo Al
banian soldier. Somo shots wore
fired and an old Turk was killed.
Thoro is heavy mortality from
cholera among Egyptian troops
in tho Soudan. Among the
British troops thero have been 23
cases and 18 deaths.
It is reported tho Japanese are
slaughtering Chiueso wholesale
on tho island of Formosa.
-NEW STORE !
Sam "Wo Oban
Ntuanu stieot, near Kukui
NOW OPEN I
Bananas and V gotab'cu always ou hand,
Chlcke-H mm Ducks alive or dress
ed, trci h Eggs dolivored
to ull pints of tbe city.
ISLAND FRUIT 0? ALL KINDS.
Ye prow our own bananas
SAM WO CHAN.
Saturday, August 1,1896
Game Called at 3:30 p. m.
Tho 145th Man
gets loft. . .
t5y" Your onlj chance; come and sec 'cm.
I. LEVIMSTON, - Manager.
Waverloy Block, 'Hotol Street.
S3 Shirts Made to Order.
6 Years' Lease of
PEET OP WATER
FRONTAG-E . . .
1C00 Feet of Wnter Frontage.
THIS IS A GREAT BARGAIN
Purchasers of this property can get back
their money In a short time by extending tho
wnrchouso accommodations. Apply to
Telephone 810. 864-1 w
I tako ploasuroin announc
ing to you that I havo remov
ed to my now quarters at NO.
513 FORT STREET aud am
propared to executo all orders
pertaining to my business.
Jewelry Repairing, Watch
Repairing, Fine Engraving,
etc., oto. I have u handsomo
Btock of "Watches and Jowol
ry to show you including a
largo variety of valuable IbI
nud Curios. Your patronage
is respectfully solicited'.
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Custom House Broicr and Statistician
General Business Agent.
Two Able Bodied and Industrious
P. Molnerny'a Candy
Store, Fort street.
During Mr. Boardman'a absence, Mr.
Ewing will have charge of my books and
attend to all collections. Ho can be found
either at Mr. Boardman'a oflico at Ugara &
Co.'s or at my offloo.
335-tf DR. HERBERT.
AS SALEMAN OR TRAVELLER 3Y
man experienced iu Island trade. P O Box
Slenmeru of tho nbovo Lino runnini; in connection with tbu
CANADIAN PACIFIC BAIL WAY
Between Vancouver, 1). O., nml Sydney, N. S. W., nnd calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (1'iji),
-a.ISn3 DDTTS -A.T Z-ZOnSTOZjTTXjTT
On or about tbo dntco below Rtntcd, viz.:
from Ijdnoy anil Sum, fur Victoria, nml
Vnnroiitoi. II. O.I
Stnir "MIOWnitA" August 21
Htmr "WA1UUMOO" Bcpteuibor 24
Stnir "MIOWEKA" Octobor 24
Stmr "WA1UUMOO" November 21
Through TIelcctN issued from Honolulu (o Canada,
United States nnd JSurone.
'mEtOUT AND rASSENOr.lt aoissts:
D. MoNtcoMi, Montreal, Cnnndu.
' BonuiiT Kkuii, Winnipeg, Cntiadn.
M. M. KTr.uN, Snn r'rnncisco, Otil.
Q. MoL. JlnowN, Vntironver, 1). C.
Oceanic Sieanis Co.
Atfralia Mail Hero.
For San rrsnciscR:
Tho Now nud Fino Al Stcnl HtsnmBbip
OC thu Occmiio Stenmehip Corapimy will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Auoklnnu on or nuotit
A its- 20, HSOG.
Antl will lenvo for tbo nbovo port with
Mnils nnd PnsscnKcrs on or nbont that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tbo Now and Fino Al Stoo Stoamebip
" Monowai "
Of tbo Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
A.ug. 27, 1896.
And will bavo prompt despatch with
Muila tuid Passengers for tbo nbovo ports.
Tbo undersigned aro now propared
Through Tickets to All Points
in the United States.
CgyFor furthor partioulnra rogording
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu
fromS. F. . forS.F.
Aug. 10, 189G Aug 15, 1890
Sept. 1,1890 Sept. 9, lbOO
From Snn Frnncieco From Sydney for
for Sydney. Snn Frnncisco.
,irme Honolulu. Leaxe Honolulu.
Monowai, Atig27,'90 I Alameda, Aug 20'9R
Alameda, Sept 2490 MuiipoBa,Septl7,00
A LIFE SIZE
One Dozen Ffcalos of trie Sitter
l3TIs the LATEST OFFER we have
Portrait and Landscape
J ames X. Holt,
General Business Agent, Ac
countant and Collector.
OrriCEt No. 11 Koahnmanu Street. Tele
phone No. 639. Prompt attention
guaranteed. 217 U
A. V. GEAR.
Oceanic SteamsMp Go. ym steamship co's
ij?& i TIME TABLE.
UUI.UII III Ml I I I
No. 609, King Bt.
9 WWW!fl"filrWa " "
l'l-oni Vlctnrln anil Vancouver, It. O., to
Sum nml Hjilncn
Slmr " WAHMMOO" , August 10
Stnir "MIOWUHA" September 10
Btmr "WAltltlMOO" October 10
Stuir "MIOWEKA" November 10
1ST" For Freight nnd PnsfinKO nud nil
Gensml Informntion, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Ai'Ptiis for tbolltiwniinnlnhtda.
hik IH S Wii h
For YOKOHAMA and HOKCKOSG:
Stonmors of tbo nbovo Oompanies will
call nt Honolulu on their vtny to tbe
abovo poits on or nbout tbo following
htinr China Aug. 0, 1S00
Htmr UeiRio Aug. 13, 1890
Stmr Coptic aopt.2,1800
For SAN FEANCISCO:
8lenmers of tbo nbovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nnd Yokobnmn to tho nbovo
port on or nbout tbe following dntes:
BtmrPoru Aug. 1, 1890
Btmr Rio do Junoiro Aug. 10, 1890
rUmr Gaolio ug, 29, 1890
Kates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO HONO
Cabin S1D0.00 S175.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
moullis 225.00 2G2.C0
Cabin, round trip, '12
montbo 262.G0 810.25
European Steerage.... 8500 100.W)
"Passengers paying full fnio will Lt
allowed 10 percent oft" return faro if iJ
turning within twclvo months. r
J35For Froigbt nnd Passago nppl;
H. HACKFELD fr CO
O. L. WIGHT, Pres. S. 11. ROSE, Soo.
Capt. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
Will lcuvo Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching nt
Lnhainu, Mimlaen Ray nnd M ikoim tho
sumo (by; Mahukonn, Kawnihao and Luu
paiioohoq the following day, arriving nt
llilo the same oveuing.
LIAVK8 UOKOI.UTU. ABHIVES HONOLULU.
. Aug 18
Tuesday,.. . .Aup.-t
rriduy, .... Aug. 14
Tuesday,.. Ang. 25
Fuduy Sept. 4
RLtnrniug, will leave Hilo at 1 o'o'.ui )
p. si., touchiug at Lnupuhoohoe, Mixliu
l.oua nud Kawnihne sumo day; Makoun,
Maluca Ray aud Lnhainn tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of luosday und Fridays.
Will c.tli nt 1'ohoilii, Pnna.
itfUo Freight will be received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 5 i. m.i
touching at Kahului, Unna, Uamoa and
Kipuhulu, Maui. Returning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will cull at Nuu, Kaupo, on socond trip
of each month.
flfNo Freight will bo received after
v, m. on day of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make ehangos in tbe time of departure and
arrival ef its steamers without notice and
it will not bo responsible for any const
quencos arising therefrom.
Consignees must be at the Landings to
recoivo their Freight; this Company will
not hold ItsoU respousiblo for freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be respousiblo
for Monoy or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in the euro of Pursers.
PaHsonRers aro requested to purchase
tiokets before embarking. Those failing to
do so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-llvo per cent.
To Let or Lease.
THE 1E81DENCE OF MRS. Ai LONG,
one mile from postofQcc. Largo house wltlf.
furniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, large
dining room, pantry, kitchon. bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closots,
servant houses, stables, horte paddock,
garden aud trees, A charming location.
Apply to J ALFRED MAGOON.
tf Merchant st,, next Postoffioei