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DALLYI'ACIFIC COMMJ3BC1AJL Al VEIiTISEIt, JUNE 27. 1893.
LATEST NEWS By the Arrival nf the Baric Andrew Welch, June 26th. Till: BEUING SKA UUFl'IE. Au Attempt to Present tleocf. New nvl Paris. June 14. Sir Richard Web ster announced his intention to read to the court the report of the debate in congress in Washington in regard to the appointment of W. H. Elliott, who was gent by the Government of the United States to examine into the methods of seal catching and other matters connected with the sealing industries at the Pribyloff islands and in Bering sea. This report, Sir Richard added, he had jast received. James C. Carter of counsel for the United States at onca demurred to the reading of the report. E. J. Phelps, also of American counsel, said he would waive objection to the reading provided that the Americans were also privileged to introduce new evidence, which he held the re port to be. If, be contended, the value of Mr. Elliott's studies of seal life and the sealing industry was to be judged by the tribunal, let it be judged from evidence to be submitted by both sides of the case. After a short interval, the arbitra tors surrounded Baron de Courcel, the president of the tribunal, and conferred together regarding the reading of the report. In the mean time Mr. Phelp3 and Sir Richard Webster conversed with each other. The latter eventually announced that he and Mr. Phelps bad arranged that the report should not be read. The arbitrators then resumed their seat?, and Sir Richard took up again the thread of bis argument. He di lated upon the habits of female and pup seals, with a view to proving that it was needless that the protected zone within which seal:? should not be captured should exceed a distance of twenty miles from land. Pabis, June 14. Sir Richard Web ster of counsel for Great Britain to day combatted before the Bering Sea Tribunal of Arbitration the American regulations for seal fisheries. CRUSHED SKULLS. Heading I'ollcemao Ue Thiej- Club ' on Hungarian Rioters. Readied, Pa., June 14. About thirty striking Hungarian laborers at .the Henry Clay furnace engaged in a riot this afternoon. A sergeant with a forco of men was sent to the scene of the disturbance. A desperate bat tle ensued, in which - two of the for eigners received crushed skulls and are likely to die. The rioting con tinued nearly an honr. Fourteen Hungarians were sent to jail and warrants were sworn out for eight more. Several patrolmen were con siderably bruised by flying stones." - MISCELLANEOUS. BnglUhmen Rebel, L05DOX, Jane 14. The recent agitation of tho Radical against practically taxing workingmen by tho loss of a day'd work and the con tributions for wedding presents for the Duke of York and Princess May is beginning to bear frnit. Citizens' meetings have been held at Oldham, Bristol and other places tbroaghoat England. At these meetings, which were called by the mayors of the res pective towns to discuss the manner of the celebration of the royal wed ding, there wa3 much enthusiasm, but the names of 'royalty were hiss ed. Resolutions were also passed in favor of ignoring the event alto gether. A liojr Equal i World Kecord. Oakland, June 14. Dana Thomp son, the wonderfnl boy swimmer, is continuing his work at record smash ing. At the 1'iedmont batb.3 this afternoon he swam a half mile, clad in a heavy rvoollen bathing suit, in 13 minutes 43 second?, which equals he world's record for that distance. What makes this feat most, remark able is tho fact that this record was originally made by a mau unincum bered by a bathing suit. Some days ago, at the Terrace bath", in Alame da. Toung Thompson cut Beveral sec ocds off another record by swimming the quarter mile in C minutes 50 sec onds. Barristers on Strike. Madbtd, June 14. Among tho schemes proposed by the govern ment to effect retrenchment in state expenditures was one to abolish dis trict criminal courts. The proposi tion met with the hearty disapproval of all Spanish barristers, and they have gone on a strike. All barris ters practicing in Avila, Toledo, Val encia, Gnadaljara aud Huelva re moved their names yesterday, and today litigents found their cases pending before tho courts unde fended. .Lawyers in other places Tjill follow the example set, anq much delay is anticipated. The Su;ar Refineries Closed. J5booki.tn, N. Y., Jane 14. The immense sugar refineries cf Ilaver meyer's in Williamsburg stopped work this afternoon. This was in mnspnnprrfl of the striking of sev enty two firemen and thirty helpers, . a - M 1 L l. I not tor an increase 01 wastja, uut ua- cause of reducing the working time from twelve to eieht hours The strike will spread to all the other refineries in this neighborhood. A large force of police under Captain Short 13 on hand tonight to quell dis turbances. Beport on the Monterey. Valixjo, June 13. Captain H. L. Howison, commandant of the Mare Island navy yard, who xt&s president of the naval board of inspectors that conducted the final trial trip of the coast defense monitor Monterey, has received word from Washington that the report rendered by the board is highly satisfactory in every particu lar to the department, and that the official announcement of the fina acceptance by the navy denartmen of the Monterey 13 bat a matter of a lew davs. N"o Marines Landed. Managua, Nicaragua, June 14. United States Minister Baker and Senor Castello, the Nicaraguan min ister of war, were interviewed today and denied the report that marines had been landed from the cruiser At lanta at Greytown to protect the in terests of citizens of the United States. Each said there was abso lutely no foundation for the story. Ine government is returning to the owners the property confiscated by oecaza. Guarding Against Cholera. Hamburg, June 14 The Senate in order to prevent the introduction of cholera ha3 issued a notice to the police to strictly enforce the ordi nance prohibiting the entry of Rus sian emigrants either Dy land or water, even though they aro duly furnished with money. First class saloon passengers with tickets for the United State are not affected by the ordinance. An Amendment Itejected. LojfDOx, Juno 14. In the commons today the Home Rule bill restraining the Irish legislature from . imposing liabilities or conferring privileges upon any institution owned or con ducted by any religious sect, created acrid discussion. The government was not willing to accept the amend ment, and when it was put to a voto the house rejected it without division. War Inevitable. Auckland, (N. Z.), June 14. Ad vices received from Samoa today announce that Malietoa still refuses to compromise with his rival, and has directed the government forces to advance and enforce Mataafa'a submission to him. War is believed to be inevitable. Mataafu is person ally very popular, and has numerous devoted adherents. Battle Between White aud Negroes Guthrie, O. T., Juno 14. Last evening some white men and colored constables got into a row near the negro town of Lanston, and a genera pitched battle ensued between them. Jb nlly hi ty participated in the liht Five or six men were badly hurt and one was thrown fifteen feet over the bridge and will die AIcGlynn at Home. Loxdox, J nne 14. A correspondent in Rome telegraphs this evening that the Pope has given a Ion? audience to Dr. McGlvnn. It was very ccr dial. Dr. McGlynn is enchanted with his reception and complete reconcili ation with the Pope, and left tonight after a live days' sojourn at Home Siamese Troops Ketreat. London, June 14. Advices received yesterday announce that the Siamese troops have evacuated all the posts they had between Uammon and Mou line, Nonkay, and retired beyond the Monktng river. Offering of Silver. Washington, June 14. Only one offer of silver was accepted by the treasury department today. There were offers of 370,000 ounces, and the amount purchased was 150,000 oun ces at .8380. 51 tiny Deaths. London, June 14. There havo been four deaths from cholera at Crete, in France, since Friday. At Mecca, in Arabia, during the same period there were 155 deaths from cholera. Deaths From Cholera. Paei3, June 14. There were two more choleraic deaths at Alais, in southern France yesterday. This makes eighteen deaths for three days this week. Hie Ascot Meeting. London, June 14. At the second day of the Ascot race meeting the royal hunt cup was won by the Baron de Rothschild's Amandier, Pitcher second, Juvenal third. Souvenir Quarters. Philadelphia, June 13. The coin age of the Columbian souvenir quar ter dollars was begun at the United States mint in this city this after noon. Edwin Dan, the new United States Miniate to Japan, sailed for Tokio last week. Thomas St. Clair, Hans Hansen and Herman Sparf are being tried at San Francisco for tho murder of Maurice Fitzgerald on board the bark Hesper. VThe will of Robert J. Creighton has been tiled for probate in San Francisco. The estate is valued at 10,000. The Department of State 4ias not been informed of the reported pur pose of the Chinese government to retaliate upon the United States, as evidenced by tho alleged prohibi tion of the purchase, use or sale of American kerosene in the province of Amoy. The news from the White Horse mining district, eight miles north from Wads worth, says a Reno, Nov , dispatch of June 14th, is encourag ing. The assays go 100 to 3500 per ton in gold. There is great ex citement The ledge has been traced four miles. The specimens shown are very rich. Over twenty five loca tions have been made. Secretary Carlisle is building up the gold reserve again. It has in- creased over nnl. szajuu.uuu during one week. Commander H. C. Taylor, U. S. N. ba3 submitted to the directory of the Nicarasua Canal Company a plan for the early completion of the enter- prise by a popular subscription fund. A business? block fell at Jveojxuk, Jowa,' on Jfune 14, b'nryirjg ssveral persons in the rums. Work on the double-turreted moni tor Monadnock, at Mare Island, has been practically suspended during the past month, 200 mechanics hav ing been taken off the working force and assigned to other work about the navy-yard. Five men were injured, one of them fatally, and twenty cars were smashed on the nickel-plate road at Hamburg, New York, early on the morning of June 14. A freight train coming down broke in two. Several more Eastern banks and mercantile houses have gone down in the crisis; more are expected to fol low. The financial crisis in the West is being stayed by the daily shipment of about $1,000,000 from New York banks. Nothing but ready money can avoid a general panic. The Astoria and South Coast rail way has been sold to the Senshore Railroad Company of Astoria. The consideration is 5130,000. The extradition of Rev. Alfred Reams, the Methodist minister of Mercei, Cal., who is held at Victoria, B. C, for the abduction of Lucy Rucker, will not be accomplished without a long delay. Ambrose Bierce has been admitted to bail at San Rafael in the sum of 1000 on a charge of libel. A brilliant meteor, lighting the sky like a flash of electricity, fell on the evening of June 14, at Santa Maria, apparently shooting from east to west. 9 svru G. Glower, Druggist, Watertown, Wis. This is the opinion of a man who keeps a dniqr store, sells all medicines, comes in direct contact with the patients and their families, and knows better than anyone else how remedies sell, and what true merit they have. lie hears of all the failures and successes, and can therefore judge I know of no medicine for Coughs, Sore Throat, or Hoarseness that had done such ef fective work in my family as Eoschee's German Syrup. Last winter a lady called at ray store, who was suffering from a very Coushs, Soro Throat, Hoarseness, severe cold. She could hardly talk, and I told her about German Symp aud that a few doses would give re lief; but she had no confidence in patent medicines. I told her to take a bottle, and if the results were not satisfactory I would make no charge for it. A few days after she called and paid for it, saying that she would never be without it in future as a few doses had given her relief." II. I W1GHMAN, FORT STREET. Having now the much desired space for the proper display of my splendid stock of FINE GOODS, and late additions thereto, it is a pleasure to sec you in and show the arrangement of the different lines, as compared to my ol& and cramp- ed Quarters: it is simply naradise. My stock of staple and new Goods will from now on, be found com- Xletc, and any suggestion in the ivay of new fads will be eagerly attended to. As a starter on neio Good, my very fine line of Leather JPurscs and Card Case combinalioiis are well worth your attention. Leathers in all the delicate colors of dress materials, mounted in fine sterling silver in intricate designs as well as the plain they must be appreciated by those tvho have al ways been obliged to send away for these goods. Carrying in this line the products of the leading makers of fine Leathers in the United States, it is 2ossible for me to offer you a cnoice assortment from the comparatively inexpensive to that which takes dollars to buy. The Gcnilemanfs full dress Card Case, seems to be the correct thing from the tvay they caught on just large enough to fit the proper pock et. Another little thing on which sales arc rapidly increasing, the dainty little individual Butter Spreader in sterling silver a-..d plate, probably the best and most useful Utile conciet ever thought of in connection with the table service. Remaining on the table throughout the meal, they entirely take the place of the desert knife for spread ing butter, certainly more dainty and giving the other instrurneni a chance to be used for what it was intended. To those of refined tastes and a sense of the fitting, very little need be said in their favor. It will not be long before every table in Honolulu will be supplied with these very necessary little articles. fl.P.WICHMAH Wanted, POSITION IN AN OFFICE OR 2. Store, bv yojng man ju-t from ths States. A cood and rapid penman. Will famish typewriter. The best of references, city. Address "X. Y. Z.," 3410-1 w "German JL iCtru 'JlOncit'iccntntUi. PROGRAMME OF THE FI FTJ3 TH SEHI - ANNUAL COMPETITION OF THE HAWAIIAN Me latiou TO BE HELD AT THE ASSOCIA TION'S RANGE, Below v Mrs. Ward's place, the "Old ion," (entrance from Scuth St., Plantation near old Kerosene Warehouse) On Tuesday, July 4th, 1S93. Commencing at S o'clock a. m. I. THE BRODIE CUP. 1st Friz2 Cop presented by J. Brodie, M. D. 2d Prize Gold Pin presented by Mrs. C. N. Nicoll. 3d Prize $2.50. Conditions of the match : Open to all members of the Association. 1st and 2d prizes to become tho property of the marksman winning them ttiree times at the regular meetings of the H. Ii. A. Distance, 200 yarda; rounds 10: any military rifle under tho rules; limited to one entry to each competitor. Ji.ntrance fee, $1. Won Jan. 1. 1890. by J. W. Fisher. Won Jan. 1, 1891, bv J W Pratt. Won July 4, 18 1, by C J Wall. Won Jan. 1, 1S92 by 11 W. Peck. Won Mar. 17, 1603, by Frank Hustace. II DIRECTORS' PRIZE RIFLE. To be selected by the winner. Valued at $50 ; also a second prize of $2 50. Conditions: Open to all members of the Association; to become the property of the marksman winning it threa times at the regular meetings of the H. II. A ; 20 shots at 500 yards ; any military rifle under the rules; limited to one entry for each competitor. Entrance fee, $1. Won Mar. 17, 1893, by J. 11. Fisher III. HAWAIIAN FRUIT & PACE ING CO. cur. Also a second prize of $ 2 .50. Conditions: Open to members cf the Association who have not made a record ot 80 per cent, in any of the Association's "recular 200 varus matches. To become the property of the marks man winning it twice in succession or three times in all. Distance 200 j-ards rounds 10: any military ritie under the rules ; limited to one entry to each com petitor. Entrance fee, $1. Won Mar. 17, 1893, by Jno. Kidwell. IV. H. E. A. TROPHY. Valued at $100; also a second prize of $2.50. Competitors limited to members of the Association. Conditions: For the highest asgre eate Ecore at 200 and 500 vards : 10 rounds at each distance; any military rifle under the rules; to become the property of the marksman winning it three times at regular meetings of the H. K. A. En trance fee, $1. Won Mar. 17, 1893, by J. II. Fisher. V. QUEEN'S TROPHY. Valued at $100 ; for the highest aszre- gate score in matches Nos. 1, 2 and 4; to become the property of the marksman winning it three times at the regular meetings of the II. li. A. AVon Mar. 17, 1893, by J. II. Fi3her. VI. E. O. HALL & SON TROPHY. Valued at $75 ; a!so a second prize of $2.50. Conditions: Tn rounds each at 200 and 500 yards. To become the property or me marKsman winning it mree times. Any military rifle under the rules. Open to all members of the Association who have never won a first-class prize pre vious to January 1. 1892, or who have not taken part in any of the first-class monthly matches. Anyone entering in this match cannot be barred from com peting at any future time for the same, Entrance fee, $1. Limited to one eotry to each competitor. Won Jan. 1, 1892, by A. C. Wall. Won March 17, 1S93, by A. C. Wall. VII. HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO. TROPHY. Valued at $75; second prize, $2.50. Conditions same as match VI. Won Jan. 1, 1892, by F. S. Dodge. Won March 17, 1893, by F. S. Dodge. VIII. FANCY SPORTING RIFLE. Presented by Hon. S. B. Dole, to he selected by the winner; value of rifle limited to $50; also a second prize of $2 5Q Competitors limited to members of the Aasociation who have not made a record of 75 per cent, previous to Jan. 1, 1893, in any rifl9 match with conditions as given below. Conditions: To be Ehot for at 200 and 500 yards, ten rounds at each distance ; any military rifle under the rules; limited to one entry to each competitor. Entrance fee, $1. To be come the property of the marksman winning it twice. Won March 17, lS93,by John Indwell. IX. CITI2ENS' MATCH. A large number cf valuable prizes will be given; winners to take their choice according to rank; any rifle; five rounds; distance, 200 yards; no hair or set trig gers or telescope eights allowed; entiies unlimited. Entrance fee, $1. All members of the Association who have made over SO per cent, at any gen eral meeting of the H. 11. A. will not be allowed to competa. All entries in the Citizens' Match are to be made at the range on the day of the mat. h, and persons will shoot ac cording to the number on their tickets. Elsewhere is published a list of donors and prizes for Citiz-ns' Match. Entries in the Association's regular matches must be made before 1 o'clock on Monday, July 3, 1S93. Entries can be made at the Hawaiian News Co.'s, or to the Secretary. JNO. U. SOPER, President. Walter E. Wall, Secretary. Assoc Ktui 1776 jl-XLj jjoifiili Just landed ex Australia for JSTTire Balloons, Torpedos, 13-Extra Colored Rojan Candles, G to 12 balls. t"Extra Colored Sky Rockets. 1 to 4 lbs. SIAssorted Cases Fire Works tST'Coiorecl, Fine, Red, White, iililtHlUtlli Bunting American Stars and Stripes and Red, White audi Blue Bunting for decoratinsr. American enameled Button-holo Buttons at the I X L. American Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs at the I X L. ' "Island orders promptly attended to. These Goods are new and fresh of the best lowTest cash prices at the I 7"" Great Clearance Sale f3 M r 2J COMMENCING MONDAY, JUNE 26. 1893, We will offer anything ia our Large Stock of Goods ! GREATLY S?"Call and 25 offeiing in all Departments. Q a gan & (iium, Fort Street. V J." lew Goods, JUST OPENED AT- 520 Fort Street LATEST NOVELTIES ! New Jet Passamenterie Trimmings, Latest Novelty in Braid Trimmings, New Laces, New Veilings ! EXTEA NEW CHIFFONS ! -.A. HiJirge Assortment of LADIES' jVITJSLIISr WAISTS 0. A new Assortment of FINE WHITE GOODS! NEW MADRAS, Latest designs. FACTORY Having Placed Our Lines Goods Shortly to Arrive, . Must Make Room for Same. o We Oiler Some Startling: Bargains in Staple Stationery o- GOOD QUALITY PENCILS rubber tipped, at 15 cents a dozen; note size, VE- NKTIAJN LIMSN Tablets, 15 cents. 2 for 2o cents ; Letter Tablets, good qualify, 15 cents, former price 2b cents ; PHO I O FUA MKS, cabinet sizes, new, 50 centn, 3 for $1 ; Comiosition Books, ize 7xS, irood quality, 50 cents a dozen ; NOTK PAPKK, ream packages, f-pecinl line, 25 cents; ENVELOPES, white, good quality, per box 500, only 73 ents; PEN HOLDERS, suitable for Echool use, 15 cents a dozen. NOTICE Ia consequence of cutting prices, trade on above lines. We are just in receipt of a full line MARCUS WARDS fine linen Papers, ruled and unruled; Envelopes i match. ALUMINIUM NOVELTIES Just the thin teed not to tarnish; a larg-i variety of theee goods in Pla) ing Card CaseB; prices reasonable. . MUSIC DEPARTMENT. Everything to he found in a firet-c'ass Muic to select from. .Our prices will he found SPEUIAL DLSCnUNT allowed to Teachers, Schools and C'lereymm. Send or write for catalogues and di?courit. PUBLISHERS of t'rof. tfe'tr-r'a "MELK selection of Hawaiian Music in print. GKEItiYiLi AGENTS. & C. Fischer, Everitt & Schiller PI A.NOS; Storv and Clark and Chicago Cottage ORGANS; YOST TYPE-WKlIER, DEN9MORE TYPE-WRITER, the two best writing Machines in tho world. TYPE--WRITER SUPPLY DEPARTMENT. We will soon is-u a catalogue of Papers, Parties deh;ring a copy, can have same mailed to their address by leaving name at our office. This catalogue will be found very useful to Type-writers generally. The Hawaiian News The Daily Advertiser CENTS PER MON TH. 50 Uuicrtiscmcntu 1893 ruMlli July j I X L the I X L, a large stock of assorted Fire Crackers. To vs. Pistols, etc. $15, $20 and $25 Blue and Green in 1 lb. tins. SILK AND COTTON FLAGS ! ATr. 8IZEH quality and will be sold at tho Nuunnu King Streets. and t3 8 5Z w -a 3D REDUCED PRICES see for vourself, the bargains we are -3 New Goods! SACHS', Honolulu. EMBROIDERIES NEW MOLINE ! PRICES. Orders for Largo Ave as follows: we cannot allow any discount to the for Whist and Euchre Prizes; guaran Stor ; over 25,000 pieces sheet Music the lowest and goods the best. HAWAII," 20 numbers, the only choice Ribbon?, etc., for all makes of Machines. Co., L'd,, Honolulu. Cmrroi Clbrrrttstmrnte. SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING OK THE Tuesday July 4tb, '93. Official Programme. RACES TO COMMENCE AT 10 A. M. SHARP. 1st RACE S Pit ECKELS VILLE PUitSE, SGO.00. Running Knee, mllo dash for Hawaiian bred horses. 2nd RACE WAILUKU PURSE, $100.00. Running Race, milo and re peat; free for all. 3rd RACE HAWAIIAN COM MERCIAL & SUGAR CO.'S PURSE, $100.00. Trotting and Pacing, 1 mllo boats, best 2 In 3 to harness, for Hawaiian bred horses. 4th RACE WAIKAPU PURSE, 875.00. Running Race, mile dash, for Hawaiian bred horses. 5th RACE KULA PURSE, $50.00. Running Race, mile djsh, for Ponies, 14 hands or under, to carry 100 pounds. 6th RACE KAUULUI PURSE, $125.00. Running Race, 1 railodush, free for ail. RACE WA11IEE PURSE, $175.00. Trotting and Pneing, 1 iniio heats, best 3 in 5, to harness; free for hII. Hones with n re cord of 2:30 or better, to carry 180 pounds. RACE LAHAINA PURSE, 7th 8th $100.00. Running Race, 1 mllo dash, for Hawaiian bred horses. 9 th RACE II AN A PURSE, $125. Trotting and Pacing, 1 mllo heats, best 2 in 3, to harness; for all horses without a record of 3:00 or better. 10th RACE QUEEN LILIUOKA LANICUP, PURSE, $150. Running Race, If mllo dash, free for all. 11th RACE MULE RACE, PURSE, $40. Running Race, milo dash, catch weight, frco for all. 12th RACE MANA CUP, PURSE, $125. Running Race, 1J milo dash, for Hawaiian bred horses. 13th RACE SWEEPSTAKES, $25 each; Association adds $25. Double Team Race, Trotting and Pacing, 1 mile heats, best 2 In 3, to bo driven by members of tho Association. All entries close at 12 o'clock noon on Thursday, Juno 22d, 1803, at tho office of tho Secretary, and all entrance fees aro 10 per cent, unless otherwise specified. AH races to be run or trotted under tho rules of tho Association, and all horses aro expected to start unless drawn by 12 o'clock noon Monday, July 3rd, 1893. L. M. VETTLESEN, 1482-2 Secretary. Criterion Saloon PEIt AUSTRALIA Another Invoice of tho celebrated JOHN WIELAND EXTR1 PALE Lager Beer Aleo, a freeh Invoice of CALIFORNIA. OYBTEUrt FoR- OYSTER COCKTAILS L. II. DEE, Proprietor. 3406 For Lease. THOSE DESIRABLE PRE rnises opposite tha Mnkiki re serve, recently occupied hy Mr. CharleH Creiuhton. - The pronnds are epacious, and well thsded with Ornamen tal and KruitTrees ; only a minute's walk to Tramwajs. The Buildings will be put in thorough repair to suit the wiche of n good tenant. For further particulars, apply to BRUCE OAKTWRIOHT, Trustee for Mrs. Mary B. Levey, 3358-tf MAUI BAM ASSOCIATION