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SATURDAY, MAR. 29, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
A. M. 1'. M.
Lcuvo Honolulu U:00 2:00
ArrhoManaua 0:IS L".I8
Leave Manaua 1 1 :00 1:00
Arrive llonolulu 11:18 1:48
A.M. P.M. 1'. M.
Leave Honolulu... !):!!0 12:30 3:00
ArrivoJIiuianu... .10:18 1:18 0:18
Leave Manaua.... 11:00 1:1 -1:03
ArilvelIonolulu...ll:l8 2:31 4:511
S S Uelgic from San Francisco
Stmr Kinau from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal
Stmr .las Makce from Kauai
Schr Halcakala from Iluelo
Am4-inastcil eehr Robert Searles, Piltz,
for 1'ort Tovncnd
Schr Lukti for Kohala
Schr Wnlcliu for Kaital
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am bk James Clicslon, Plumb, for Port
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stun- Mokolll for Molokal
Schr Halcakala for Iluelo
Schr Rob Roy for Kwa
From Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Ki
nau, ""Hatch 20 From Volcano: O P
Dutton, J S Merrill and wife, Capt II H
Ellis. J P Merrill, Miss W Sweet, Miss
L Kills, J W Whiting and wife, Miss
MXoyes, C S Xoyes and J W Ray
mond. From wayports Father Leo
noic and servant, P Peck, O Y Aloua,
It Kycroft, S Klmura, Chun;; Chung,
V Akau, lions J M Homer, li K Hind,
A Horner and J K Hookauo; Jas Ken
ton, Hon K A Buicliardt, .las It Kenton,
Win Horner, C 1$ Wells, W W Goodale,
wife and child, L Aseu, J Maguire,
llishop Willis, George Oampton, Jr.
Miss K Wight, T Madden, Y Alan, and
Pi nui Kauai per stmr Jas Makce, Mar
2:J Mrs Blaisdell and bon, Mr Kalacr
and 40 deck.
The S S Uelgic, Capt Wm II Walker,
sailed from San Francisco March 22d,
at 3 :52 p m, having on boar.d for Hono
lulu 4iJ 10-40 tons of cargo and 43 pkgs
mail. In trault, 40 cabin and 133
steerago passenger:, and 1403 28-80 tons
cargo. Encountered line weather to
port. Arrived March 20 at 7:33 am.
Time: 0 days, 13 hours, 10 minutes.
The steamer Kinau brought this
morning 5023 bags sugar, 310 bags po
tatoes, 20 bags corn, 170 bills hides, 1
roller and 153 pkgs sundries.
The steamer Jas Makeo brought 2530
bags sugar tills morning from Kapaa.
The schr Halcakala arrived tills morn
ing' from Iluelo witli 1203 bags sugar
for the bark Alduu Uesse.
The stmr Mokolii brought this morn
ing 70 bags bugar and 00 barrels nio
lasc from Molokal, and 178 sheep from
Tlie four-masted schooner ltobcrt
Searles leaves this afternoon for Puget
Sound, and the bark James Clicslon
.will leave for the same port to-morrow.
Ai rived : March 21, stmr Kilauea Hon
from Honolulu ; 22, steamer Kiuau from
Honolulu; 27, stmr Iwalani from Hono
lulu; 28, steamer Kinau from Hiloand
In poll: tciu J G North loading,
probably to go away by 1st prox.
Departures: March 21, stmr Kilauea
Hon for Hainakua; 22, steamer Kiuau
for Hllo mid way ports; 27, Iwalani for
. llnmakua; 2S, Kiuau for Honolulu and
Arrived Mar 15 stmr Alameda, (ids
and 30 mlii; 17, brig Geo JI Douglas,
20 days, and, 10, hk Ceylon, all trom
Honolulu; bk Newsboy 21ds Kahului.
Lady Lampsou, Forest Queen and C D
Bryant hence also arr prior to 22d.
Sallcd-Mar 10 bk Ceylon for Hou'hi.
VOGEL-Tu Honolulu, March 28, to the
wife of Anton Vogcl, a daughter.
A. AV. Carter was found dead in
liis bed at tho Kalilii receiving sta
tion tins morning. Dr. Kimball,
President of the Board of Health,
accompanied by Marshal Soper, on
being notified, went to the station.
After a careful investigation no
doubt was left that the man died
from an overdose of laudanum ad
ministered by liimself. Carter had
been for u short time past in charge
of. the dispensary at the receiving
station. lie left a native wife by
whom lie had ten children.
Friends of Dr. J. M. "Whitney,
who went to San Francisco by the
last Australia in a poor condition of
health, will bo pleased to learn that
lie has written a report of himVelf
with his own hand, which was dis
abled when he left here, lie endur
ed thu voyage, which was'a rough
one, with comparatively little dis
comfort, sleeping as well or better
than before lie left Honolulu. He
will take treatment at Pasa Kobleo
liot,8piings. L. M. C.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL 2ri columns, purely local matter
Mulled to foreign eouiitriee, $n per
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: hand plays at Emma Square
at 4:30 this afternoon.
Tmk Uolgio niadu a quick passage,
as will bo Been by the shipping news.
Tin: Hawaiian News Company lias
our thanks for thu latest" San Fran
. -- .
Haw sugar was reported "lower"
in New York on the 21st inst., 9(3 test
being sold at f$.
"AQui:ttiST"uflks : What is bribery?
And is 8tieli a .thing being practised
at tho piesunt time?
Wono Kui was lined $70 with $5
costs and one hour's imprisonment
to-day for opium in possession.
Tin: last of the children's special
services will be held in the Y. 51. C.
A. hall to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon
at !l o'clock.
Tiik Postmaster-General announces
that the postal authorities are pre
pated to issue money orders On the
kingdom of Sweden and the colony
of A'ictoria, Australia.
On tho voyage of the bark C. D.
Bryant, that arrived at San Francisco
on the 21st inst., 21 days hence, a
Kussiivn sailor named Onirics Ituin
beek committed suicide by jumping
Mil. Win. II. 5Iagcc, purser ol the
Uelgic, has tho Bulletin's thanks for
San Francisco files, reports of tho
steamer, etc., and 51 r. David Ma
naku, Deputy Postmaster-General,
for bringing them ashore.
Tiik grand conceit for the benefit
of Kauinakapili Sunday School this
evening opens at 7 :"0 o'clock. It
will tlieiefoii' be out at a seasonablo
hour. Tickets, which aie only at
half the usual concul pitch, can be
bad at A. L Smith's ntine, or at the
Co. A, Honolulu ltilh's, claims to
be the banner company of the bat
talion. It uitisteicd 40 men at regu
lar drill Thursday night, out of a full
roll of (.) members. There are two
platoons of 12 men each in the com
pany, every man of which is over 5
ft. G in. in height.
Mi:miu:iih of the two local lodges of
Odd Fellows joined in the funeral
rites of the Lite J. L. Blaisdell. Bro.
the Kov. Alex. iMaokintosh conduct
ed the services. The pall bearers
were J. J. Greene, F. Gertz, J. 5Iort
Oat, W. C. l'arko, L. L. Lapierre,and
II. R. Hitchcock. Interment was in
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Rehearsal Mikado Company, at
Opera House, 7.
Concert, Kauinakapili Church, at
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this afternoon at Emma Square
commencing at 4:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
March The Volunteers Pattcson
Overture Queen of Spades Suppo
Gavotte Think of 51 e Ellenbcrg
Keniliiisccuees of Mozart Godfrey
Polaeca Birds in tho Woods.... Tliieru
Walt. -Seven Fools Mllloeker
Will you kindly allow me space
in your columns to correct the age
of my late brother, J. L. Blaisdell,
as given in your issue of the 27th
inst. lie was born at sea on the
29th of May, 1819, and hence had
lie lived would have been 11 years
of age on his coming birthday.
CARD OF THANKS.
The Treasurer of the British Bene
volent .Society begs to acknowledge
the receipt of $373 (three hundred
and seventy-three dollars) net pro
ceeds of the entertaiilincnt given by
the ofllccrsanduicn of Her Majesty's
Ship Champion on the evening of
the 22d inst., and to thank all those
who so kindly assisted.
A. S. Cleoiiohn,
Treasurer British Benevolent Society.
Honolulu, March 25, 1800.
The Record reports that the Wil
der franchise for the Ilamakua
Hilo railway has been bought by
Police Judge Hapai has been laid
up for a week.
Shciiff Hitchcock on returning
from a tour reported the Kohala
roads impassablo cither to foot or
horseback travelers, tho mud being
from three to four feet deep. A
landslide covered a large portion of
the new road in the Makapala gulch.
DEATH OF C. W. KINGSLEY.
C. W. Kingsley, who left here on
the bark Lady Lampsou for San
Francisco on the 2-lth of February,
died at sea in lat, 2&.42N., long.
105.19 W., on the -1th of March.
He was 45 years of ago and left a
wife with one child by a former
husband in Honolulu, Mrs. Kings
ley by this bereavement is a widow
for the third time. Kitigsloy had
been in the islands off and on two
years. Before leaving he resigned
the ofllco of Deputy Jailer at Oahu
Prison, previous to holding which
he was a special health ofllcer. He
left hero partly for his health and
partly to go to Boston, whero he be
longed, to look after a bequest of
property. The late olllcer had been
:i soldier and a railway man in his
time, was of a kindly disposition and
was well liked!))' acquaintances.
Latest Foreign News.
San Francisco,. March 2J2, per ti.
Major-Gencral George Crook died
suddenly at tho Grand Pacific Ho
tel, Chicago, 21st inst., it is sup
posed from heart failure. He was
born near Dayton, Ohio, Sept. 8,
1829. He had an active and honor
able military career. It is supposed
lie undermined his constitution in
his Indian campaigns.
Ex-State Treasurer Hemingway of
Mississippi has been released on
A man named Scliweiufurth is
preaching in Illinois that he is the
Savior and claims to have raised a
dead boy to life.
The Supreme Court of Illinois has
given a decision implying that the
Chicago gas trust is an illegal organ
ization. Eyraud, who strangled a man m
France, is pursued by French de
tectives all over the country, but
bailies them at every point. He
pawned part of the murdered man's
jewelry at Montreal, and did a lot
of stealing at New York hotels. A
detective is watching for him at San
The National Baseball League
has only nine clubs left.
Father Dougherty, pastor of St.
Monica's Catholic Church, New
York, succeeded in a scheme for
liquidating a mortgage of $120,000
on the church, by inducing eleven
members to insure their lives for the
benefit of the fund. Higher digni
taries of the church look with much
favor on this novel means of wiping
out ecclesiastical debt.
The New York Court of Appeals
has alllrlncd the judgments of the
courts below in the case of Kemmlcr
the murderer. His execution will
be the llrst by electricity on record.
Jack McAuliffe defeated Jimmy
Carroll in a fight of forty-seven
rounds at San Francisco on the 21st.
A riot occurred at a workmen's
meeting at Koopeinick, Germany,
caused by exciting speeches. One
of the police was killed.
Striking miners of Brunswick,
Germany, having received an jn
creaso of wages returned to work.
The Duke of Monchester died at
Naples on the 21st.
The Countess of Paris was re
ceived with honor at the palace in
Villagers in Switzerland are re
treating to the valleys for fear of
Tho Prince of Wales was given a
banquet by Emperor William in Ber
lin, who proposed his health In a
very complimentary speech.
UUSIOKATIOX OV niSMAHCK.
Prince Bismarck has resigned the
post of Chancellor of tho German
Empire. In accepting his resig
nation Emperor William wroto him
a long and eulogistic letter, conclud
ing with the following commission:
"1, therefore, create you Colonel
General of Cavalry, with the rank
of General Field Marshal. I pray
God that in this post of honor you
may be preserved to me for many
The monarchical press in Madrid,
both Liberal and Conservative, re
gard the retirement of Bismarck as
a cause for grave apprehension in
Europe. The republican press, on
tho other hand, receive it with exul
tation as leading to the possible dis
solution of the empire and the ad
vancement of their own ideas.
General von Caprivi is Chancellor
in place of Prince Bismarck.
A Berlin paper says the Emperor
declines to accept the resignations
of the Prussian Ministers,, and that
the rumors of revision of cuibassa
dorship appointments arc premature.
LABUY ATTACKS Tilt: I.OIUIS.
In the House of Commons, on tho
21st, Labouchero moved the aboli
tion of hereditary representatives in
Parliament. The people would not
long tolerate the idea of several
hundreds of men born with the
privilege of interfering with the
Government and to legislate as a
class. The Houso had the spectacle
before it of men- excluded from
jockey clubs and warned off race
courses, and yet able to interfere
with the Jcgislation of the nation.
The motion was rejected by a vote
of 201 to 139.
CltUELTY TO SIlll'.KIAN KXILKS.
A Russian in Now York lias re
ceived a letter from a fellow-countryman
in exilo in London, giving
painful revelations of the condition
of exiles in Siberia. The number
of these sent out in 1880 numbered
1C,810 nihilists or their reported
supporters. In 1887 there were
added 11,277 more; in 1888 the
number was 15,015, and in 1889
tho exiles were 12,000. Of the
number exiled the deaths range from
180 to 220 per 1000, duo to natural
sickness, cold, exposure and knout
punishment. The suicides average
about 20 to the 1000. During tho
month of August, 1889, in one of
the central political prisons, 275 of
the 490 prisoners were prostrated
UKl'OKT OK IMKXULL COMMISSION'.
The motion of tho Marquis of Sa
lisbury in the House of Lords, that
tho report of the Parnell Commis
sion be adopted, passed without di
vision after a sharp debate. Salis
bury said that Parnellites in Parlia
ment were ready to make use of
crimes committed outside.
lJaioii Hcischell attacked the one
sided character of Salisbury's
speech. The verdict of public opin
ion was on the side of tho Parnel
lites now, and, when tho story of
the episode was fully written, con
demnation would not rest upon the
Parnellites, but concentrate upon
Lord Kimbcrly said that the
whole case was pivoted upon tho
forgeries and it was only just to rc
coul that the charges based thereon
Lord Spencer said he could not
support the motion without also re
cording the great wrong inflicted
upon Parnell. The old method of
governing Ireland had failed, and
the only remedy was to throw upon
Irishmen the responsibility of man
aging their own affairs.
Lord Rosebcrry severely censur
ed the Government for offering no
reparation to Parnell, and for tak
ing no steps to punish the Times.
He concluded with an eloquent re
proach and warning to the Irish
aristocracy, saying that all history
gave evidence that an aristocracy
separated from the people was
Mmo. Poinmcry, a great wine
dealer of France, is dead. She left
a fortune of over 20,000,000 francs.
Mine. Poinmcry was a generous
patron of art, and paid 100,000
francs for "The Gleaners," by
The English estimate for building
war ships during the coming year is
i.'(i,'l8G,000 and for armaments
A thousand natives of Dahomey
have been killed in the war with
A French gunboat lias bombarded
Abomey, the capital of Dahomey.
German' has taken the islands of
Manda and Patta under her protec
tion. The Austrian Emperor has ac
cepted Tisza's resignation.
Russian re-enforccmcnts have been
sent to the Gallician frontier.
A crisis threatening '-o develop
into revolution in the province of
Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, was
averted by the resignation of the
Governor who was obnoxious to" the
A Brazilian company has bought
a shipbuilding yard at Scotswood on
the Tync, which had been idle for
years. The company will build a
tleet of steamers to navigate Brazil
The Government leader in the
Canadian Senate lias introduced a
bill to grant the Legislature of tho
Northwest Territory the right of
making direct taxation for municipal
and territorial purposes and leaves
the question of the abolition of the
olltcial use of the French language
to the Legislature after the next
Brisbane, Australia, is Hooded.
OUR AMERICAN LETTER.
Fifty IVrreiit on tho Kuciir IMity--Tliu
Ami'i-lcnn Iti'tlni'ry Iutlell
Lforiespondence of the Bulletin.
San Fuancisco, March 22d.
The Bclgic sails to-day for Hono
lulu en route to China and this pro
vides an off mail.
The sensation of the day, so far
as the Islands are concerned, i3 in
the fact that the Republican mem
bers of the Ways and Means Com
mittee have agreed to rcpoit a Tariff
bill which would
iti'micr. tiik surau dutv nv i;ur.i.v 50
The committee estimates the re
duction in revenue by the new sche
dule at 827,000,000 yearly. Tho
proposal is to impose an mlvulortm
duty of 35 percent on raw sugars
from No. 10 Dutch standard down
ward, and refined sugar above 10
Dutch standard is to pay a duty of
CO percent advalorem. The bill
makes no provision for a bounty on
American sugar, and of course does
not take into account moral obliga
tions under the Hawaiian Treat'.
A strong protest lias been made
against the sugar tariff on behalf of
the California beet sugar and the
Louisiana and Florida cane sugar
interests, but these will hardly pre
vail in the house should McKinley
insist upon reporting the bill, al
though it is probable the Senate
may be influenced by them. Pro
bably the San Francisco Chamber
ot Commerce and tho Board of
Trade will jointly memorialize Con
gress against reducing the duty on
sugar for tho reason that it would
destroy tho licet sugar industry,
which lias such a promising future
ahead of it if the tariff be left with
out change. Nebraska and Kansas,
which are developing beet and sor
ghum sugar industries, will probably
be heard from, although a Nebraska
representative on the Ways and
Means Commitee states that ho fa
vors absolutely freo sugar, in other
words, that ho would prefer closing
all American refineries, and import
from countries whero coolio labor
and low taxation enable refined su
gar to bo made cheaper than in this
Washington despatches of the
21st lust, slate that the sugar du
ties would lie increased, from what
they arc in the bill, to conform to
protests, but only slightly. F.i.
THE WORKWOMAN'S PAPER
J. "The D.Ulv Bulletin." 00 cciiIh
Driven Undjr Sail to Port
Tho Mohican Ordered to Samoa.
San Francisco papers have the
following despaiu.i dated Washing
ton, March 12:
"The recent accident to the Unit
ed States steamer Iroquois, while on
her way from Honolulu to Samoa to
relieve the Adams, which necessi
tated her putting into Port Town
send, Wash., will prevent her from
performing service at present, and
another vessel will have to be sent
"Admiral Brown, commanding the
Pacific squadron, Iras ordered the
United States steamship Mohican to
sail at once to relieve the Adams,
which is under orders to return to
San Francisco for repairs as soon as
the other vessel arrives."
The San Francisco Bulletin of thcj
11 th has the following editorial
"It is a little remarkable why the
Iroquois, a full-rigged,old-fashioned,
wooden cruiser, should have been
unable to make a passage under sail
after the breaking down of her ma
chinery, and be driven to a leeward
port with all hands in a starving
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
To-morrow is Palm Sunday, the
first day of the holy week. Palm
Sunday is in memory and honor of
our Lord's triumphant entry into
Jerusalem, so called from the palm
branches strewed under his feet by
the Hebrew children crying, "Ho
sanna to the son of David." (St.
51att. xxi.). And therefore this day
the church blesses palms; and
in the mass is read the passion of
our Blessed Redeemer. 10 a. in.,
high mass, with blessing and distri
bution of branches.
The ceremonies of other holy days
of the season will be announced in
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Palm Sunday. Cathedral Serv
ices. Hoi' Communion, 0:30 a. in.
Morning Prayer (plain), 9:30 a.
holy Communion (choral) 10 a.
in. (Hymns 98, 315. Sermon by
the Rt. Rev. Bishop of Honolulu).
Hawaiian Evensong, 3:30 p. in.
Evening Prayer, (! p. in. (Hymns
99, 139, 101. Sermon by Rev. W.
On Monday, Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday in Holy week
there will be holy Communion 0:30
a. ra. Morning prayer 9 a. in.
Evening prayer with address, Mon
day and Tuesday 7 p. in., Wednes
day 5 p. m.. Thursday (with Con
firmation service) 7 p. in.
On Monday, Tuesday, Wednes
day, and Thursday in Holy week, a
20 minutes' service of prayer,
praise, and meditation will be held
at 12 o'clock noon, for the conven
ience of business men. Alex. Mack
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Mrs. THOS. LACE,
Agent for Spalding Huso Hall supplies,
will receive per S'cmiicra Aus.
tralia and Alameda a full
line of the latest
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Do not forget that Mr3. Tlios. Lnok,
81 Kori street, lias thu agency
for the world renowned
Spalding's Snorting Goods.
t3T Cull for one of Spalding's Cata.
loues fieo 514 lw
The XX HtenniNliiii
Will leave Honolulu for Iho above ports
on or about
A.I?X,IJLi 5th. V
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superior cabin and steerage accommo
dations, apply to
Wm. O. IRWIN & Co.,
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March 'Jllid, Coupon $:(0, Horn! No. 'ii
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Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the'United States.
Extract From Annual Circular to Agent's.
"We purpose placing in your hands to offer to the public an Indem
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bonds of a life insurance society with lissests over S10.",000, 000.00,, and
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ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
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of tho U. S. Jan-1-90
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