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(Jin. Osccs. (inlilnlKlitl of Gipcnwlcli time oi
Hi. 28in. JMsec. p. in. of Honolulu Obscri ntorj'
tlmo. KJs kInoii by tlio stoftm wlilstlo of tlio
Jlouolultt I'liiHlnt? Mill, n fun (loois above
tlio Custom House. Tlio sumo wlilittlo is
Hinimled coirnctly nt Honolulu nioim noon,
Obsenulorviiuuldlaii.or loli. :llm. 2fl8cc. of
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TUESDAY, JAN. 12, 1892.
3 H Itlo Juiiclio foi Son rrnncisco
Stmr Cliiudinc for Muni at 5 p m
.tttmi- Kinuu for Muni mid Uiuviiil at
10 a in
Stmr (J It Mslinp for Kaluiku and Pnna-
lmi at '.) a m
Stmr Alt kiihalu for ICau.it at 5 p in
jjehr Mol Wiihlne for Pauuilo aud Ko-
Selir Kunikcuouli forKohala
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Btnir Hawaii for llaniakuu nt 4 p in
Stmr Iwalanl for Naw ill will, etc. at 5 pin
B S Yamaslilro Muni, Young for Yoko
hama and Hongkong
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr 11a
wuii, Jan ia-Dr O M Hyde and wife, J
Xawnhl and wife, Kev A V Soarei, Kev
O P Umersoii. Tit Keyworth, AT At
kinson, Mis,3 Whitiier, Win Wlilte, Kev
T Jykou mid about 50 deek.
Tlie S S Itio Jaueiio left for San Fran
clseo last niglit, c.inyiug Honolulu
The brigantinc W G Irwin will leave
foi Sim FiuiieIco the latter end of tliif
The steamer Iwalani will leave for
Il.iiiain.uilu and Nawiliwill, Kauai, to
morrow. The baik S (J Allen is discharging her
coal at Brewer's wharf.
The barkentiue Eureka, which has
been lying in the stieani about a week,
auaitlng a beitli, was moved to the Foit
street harf tills afternoon.
The sailing of the steamer Kinau wa
delayed somewhat to-day, on account of
the SS Yaumshiio Main, which weighed
anchor at tne time.
The Yamasli 10 Maru teft tlio luibor
at 'A o'clock to-d.iy and anuhoied ontfido
theiccf. him wilt leive to-uiorrow for
Yokohama und Hongkong
CABINET QUESTION ANSWERED,
The Cabinet lately put an interest
ing question to the Supreme Court.
It stated that J. Kekaula of Kau was
convicted in 1882 of felonious brand
ing of ether people's cattle. Since
then he hud voted at all elections for
lepresentutive. in his district. He
had not received a pardon restoring
his civil rights. Under the Constitu
tion of 1864 he would not be dis
qualified from voiing by the offense
stated, but under the Constitution of
1887 such an offenso is in the cate
gory of those disqualifying a man
from exercising the franchise.
In effect the question propounded to
the Court was whether the offense of
Kekaula, of which he was convicted
before the Constitution of 1887 came
into force, disqualified him from
voting by reason of the prohibition
of the Constitution of 1887. The
Court has replied lo the Cabinet,
saying that the offense in question
being only a misdemeanor, J. Keka
ula is not affected by the Constitu
tion of 1861, and to hold him dis
qualified under the Constitution of
1887 would be ex post facto legisla
tion. Mr. Kekaula is therefore freo
to exercise the privilege of yoting at
the coming election.
Lou Kiona, a vegetable and fruit
peddler of this city, committed sui
cide presumably on Sunday last,
(laving bpen missed on that date.
The dead body pf tlio Chinaman was
found about noon to-day floating
near the Fish Market wharf on the
Waikiki side of the brig Geo. H,
Douglass, The lint ant) shoes of the
Chinaman were found i'u the vicinity
secreted. The i)oly when found was
parly decomposed, und it was some
lime before the discoverer, a native,
could be induced to take it out of
the water, 'fjip cause p'f the suicide
s not k'nown and the body may'liaye
been floating tlieip ypt jad. not sornp
thiug' disturbed it when t drifted out
jnto the open sea. The Chinaman was
about tldrly years of age. A corp
ncr'a iuriieat will h h,ed oyer tfip
IIORSfOnp'S ACip PHOSPHATE
Jlplleyt-H InUlcetitlou, !ibieunl, tip.
Tiik U. M, S. S. Monowai from the
Colonics may bo along to-morrow
Tiik Hui Kalaiaiim was In have mot
yesterday ovoning, bill owing to un
avoidable ciicnmstances the mooting
Theiik was a picnic in assault and
linttery eases in tlio Polico Court this
morning no less than four charges
being recorded on the calendar.
Tiik volunteers' ball game will conio
oil' on yuturdny, pro idiug the giouuds
be in condition. The game is for
blood and is sure to come off hoiuo
Tiik band concert at Emma Squaro
yesterday evening was lnrgely attend
ed and tlio iniisio highly enjoyable.
To-moirow owning tlio bund will play
at Thomtn Square.
A ghand ratification mooting will
lie held by tlio National Reform party
at the Armory, lk-rolnniu street, at
7:30 this evening. Speeches will be
made by tlio candidates.
Mk. It. Catton and two mechanics
will leave on the steamer Mikalial i
this evening for Makawcli, Kauai, to
put up a stouo crusher, intended to
crusli atones for tlio foundation uf the
All nominations for road boards
must be entered in the Interior Office
on or beforo Thursday next. Nomi
nations for members of the Legisla
ture may be made on or beforo Wed
nesday the 20th inst.
The following passengers are book
ed to leave on tlio R. M. S. S. Ala
meda, duo hero on Thursday, for San
Francisco: Mrs. Kclsoy, L. H. Dee
and wife, G. F. Fleming and wife, aud
Captain A. Huntley and wife
Honh. J. E. Bush and W. H. Cum
miugs went to Koolau yesterday
morning. In the evening they opened
the political ball in Kancolic to a
large assemblage. To-day they con
tinue their trip und will meet Balma
ccda Wilcox at Waialua, where ho is
engaged in the b.imc capacity.
TilitEK sales of Government laud
will take place at the front entrance
of Aliiolani Hale to-morrow, at noon:
Four lota varying from 8 36-100 to 11
10-100 acres in Manoa Valloy, Hono
lulu; a strip of land at the west
corner of Richards and Merchant
streets ; and a remnantof land in Wai
akea, Kula, Maui. TIiobo lots are
offered under easy conditions to those
intending to make comfortable home
steads. A hackman while making the
rounds of the city in quest of passen
gers, spied two young native girls,
whom he induced to enter his hack
for a "freo ride." The hackman pick
ed up a male friend of his aud drove
out past Punahou. The girls becom
ing alarmed and probably aware of
the men's evil intentions asked to be
driven home, but were rofused. Con
sequently they left the carriage and
walked home. They reported to the
authorities aud the hackman was ar
rested. This morning ho was found
guilty and sentenced to pay a fine of
I'll meet you at the Brunswick.
C. J. McCarthy has lots
street for sale.
Button Holes made to order at No.
i Garden Lane. 307 tf
The Blunswiek are the only Billiard
Parlors in town. 6 tf
Coffee and Doughnut? the best in
town you get at "The Elite." 7-lw
Aftek bhaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Siindukn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith 4 Co.,
Allen & Uouinson have received a
supply of Departure Bay coal which
they offer for sale.
Delicious coffee and chocolate will
bo fcerved every morning early at the
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Hotel street. 221 tf
The Boards of Inspectors of the first
district, first precinct, aud the third
district, first and second precincts,
have notices in to-day's issue.
Get your bouts and shoos made
and repaired by the old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L, Toennios, on East
Hotel street. First-class work, low
A ULACiv setter bitch is musing
from Makiki. Wouldn't be. surprised
if she walked in thu door. It's been
hocii before in answer to an advertise
ment in the Bulletin.
THE SMALL-POX CASES,
One of the two Japanese small
pox patients) landed from the steamer
Yam'ashiio Muru in quarantine is
likely to dig. IYid, the faithful
native assistant agent of tho Board
of Health, is taking charge of the
sick people and segregated with them
from the healthy.
Theie were flvo relatives and
family atfeiid.ants landed wjth thq
two Chinese girls from the steamer
Rio de Janeiro. It is upt known yet
whether the second girl has the dis
ease. THERE IS HONE BETTER.
Dr. R. L. S,t. Jojin of Rowland,
Putnam county, Mssouii, takes es
pecial pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy, lie
cause lie knows jt to he rejialo. la
lias jibc'jI jt in his practice for seyeru)
ypars, ht says therp is ppnp b.pHpr,
It is esppciqlly valuable forcqlils and
as a preventive and en, re for croup.
This mos,t cxcpllciil medjeinp is 'for
sale by nj driers, fipiB0.n, Smith
The uaiiv uuueun."
THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL.
or the Purwjor for tlio Ycnr
Following i9 the report of the pur
veyor of llic Queen's Hospital for
the paht year, witli tlio exception of
utatiblieal tallies, the information of
which has appeared in other reports
published from time totitno:
Number of patients Jan. 1, '91, 55
Admitted during the year 527
Total number indoor patients, 582
Dispensary patients" -121
Making a total of 1003
persons who have received medical
The number of deaths, 79 in u to
tal of 582 indoor patients, gives a
percentage of 13 G7.
The diseases treated were as fol
lows: Fever 71
Ulcers, Cysts, Tumors and Cancer 38
Disease of the Eye, Ear and Nose, 7
Nervous System, 28
" Organs Locomotion 11
Injuries and Accidents G9
Alcoholic and other poisonings. . 7
The causes of death have been as
Apoplexy 1, Anemia 2, Beriberi G,
Bright' s Disease 3, Burn 1, Con
sumption 23, Debility 2, Diabetes 1,
Disease of Liver 2, Fever 2, Frac
ture of Skull 4, Gangrene of Lungs 2,
Hemorrhage 3, Inanition 1, Injury 2,
La Grippe 3, Old Age 2, Perforation
of the Intestine 1, Pneumonia 8, Ty
phoid levcr 7, Uremia 2, Dropsy 1.
Nationalities represented in the
abovo as follows:
Hawaii 31; Japan 18; China 11;
Great Britain 8; Germany 4; Portu
gal 3; United States 3; Fiji 1.
Twenty-one operations were per
formed during the year, namely :
Amputation of Hand 1
" Leg 1
" Fingers 2
" Breast (Cancer). ...1
Opeiations for Necrosis 4
" Fistula in Ano 3
" Ovarian Tumor 1
Uterine Polypus ...1
" Perineal Abscess. ..1
" " Fistula ...3
Plastic Operation 1
John F. Eckakdt,
SUPREME COURT-JANUARY TERM.
The assumpsit case of B. Kaaua
vs. J. Mana, continued from yester
day, was still on this 'afternoon be
fore Judge McCully and a Hawaiian
The full Court has rendered an
opinion upholding the decision of
Mr. Justice Bickerton, dismissing
the bill in equity of Maholo Moana
uli vs. Rosiua K. Manuku, praying
to set aside a partition of lands be
longing to the estate of the late
John Moanauli. C. Brown and F. M.
Hatch for plaintiff; Thurston &
Frear for defendant.
The syllabus of decision is as fol
lows: "A deed of gift to a woman
who afterward married the grantor
was signed by the grantor and kept
by him till his death without men
tioning it to the grantee. Some time
after his death it was passed with
other papers to the attorney of the
grantee by D. M., the husband of
one of grantor's heirs, having been
found prpsumably among grantor's
papers after his death.
"Held, there was no valid delivery
of the deed and it is inoperative. As
the deed was inoperative the Court
dismissed a petition by the grantee
to set aside a decree of partition of
the estate, the petition being based
upon the allegation that tho decree
was made in ignorance of the exist
ence of the deed."
Chief Justice Judd to-day examin
ed and approved the report of S. E.
Pierce, commissioner, on the sale of
re&l estate of the late A. Bolster, in
the case p'f Alex. Bolster and others
vs. Caroline Bolster and others, con
firming thp sale with instructions to
the commissioner to execute and de
liver deeds to the purchasers, and
pay the proceeds into Court for dis
tribution. Creighton for plaintiffs;
JJuntsm.nn apd Smith (or defendants.
Two young hoodlums wero arrested
last night at the Emma Square band
concert. They were brought beforo
the Police Justice this morning
charged with affray and wero found
guilty. His Honor in giving sentence
commended tho police for taking a
stand against the hoodlum element
frequenters of every band concert.
J,t Is a notorious fact that decent
people cannot enjoy a concert on ac
count of this olement, and inuuy aro
kept away for that yery reason. Ho
would oiily be too glad to punish
fuead despoilcrs of tho peace und,
enjoyment of decent people at con
certs, and all brought bcfqrp him, or
charges of thjs, nature on Bimli occa-
8iP,n? WH'I uo Pushed, severely.
Hp wpujd fjno tho youngsters $( and
i costs ea.ch..
I.f. you are troubled, wit.ll rheuma
tisin of a lainu buckt bjnd. on over
the seat pf puiu a piece of flannel
daruppupd wt Cliambprlaln's Pain
B,au, You will bo surprised at tlio
prompt reljpf it affords. 5.0 oent
hollies for sale by all dcalprs. Hpt
app, Smith $ Op,., ftgpnta.
Jumltilnto of the nirietrhf I'nrtlcK
I. A. Cummins,
J. N. S. Williams,
A. P. Peterson,
Waul 1-J. Helelulic,
" 2-J. Kamil,
" 3-.I. Kekipi,
' 4-J. Poe.
" 5-J. A. Kahoonei,
Koolau poko-J. L Kuulukoii,
Koulauloa-lJon. Cecil Blown,
Ewa and Wnianae-
John F. Bowler,
S. C. Dwight,
NATIVE SONS OF HAWAII.
J. A. Cummins,
J. N. S. Williams,
S. M. Kaaukai,
A. P. Peterson.
Ward 1-F. K. Archer,
" 3-B. F. Dillingham,
" 4-S. K. Aki,
" 5-W. C. Achi,
Koolauloa-Hou. Cecil Brown.
S. C. Dwight,
C. B. Maile,
E. B. Thomas.
Ward 1-W. II. Cummings,
2-J. W. Bipikane,
3 C. W. Ashford,
" 4-S. K. Aki,
" 5-S. K. Pua,
Koolaupoko-J. E. Bush,
Koolauloa-Hou. R. W. Wilcox,
Ewa aud Waiauae-A. Kauhi.
S. C. Dwight,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
!Vcw .ooIh JiiHt lo Iluuri.
Slack & Brownlow's Water Filters,
Scales Topsail Chains,
Open Link Chains,
Goblets, Wines, Decanters,
Jugs, etc., etc.
Painls, Oils, Varnishes,
House Furnishing Goods,
Miniature "Vistas" for mailing,
Besidos Pictures you can find Beautifully
Decorated Porcelain Plaques, Bamboo Easels,
Screens, Cabinet Photo Frames, Albums,
Loathcr Purses, Pocket Rooks, etc., Christ
mas Cards, Brackets, etc., at King Bros.,
" I have been a great
Asthma. sufferer from Asth
ma and severe Colds
every Winter, and last Fall ray
friends as well as myself thought
because of my feeble condition, and
great distress from constant cough
ing, and inability to raise any of the
accumulated matter from my lungs,
that my time was close at hand,
When nearly worn out for want of
sleep and rest, a friend recommend
ed me to try thy valuable medicine,
Gentle. Syrup. I am con-.
Do,hdUi. fident it saved my
Refreshing life Almostthcnrt
Sleep. dose gave me great
relief and a gentle re
freshing sleep, such asl had not had
for weeks. My cough began immedi
ately to loosen aud pass away, aud
I found myself rapidly gaining in
health and weight I am pleased
to inform thee unsolicited that I
am in excellent health and do cer
tainly "attribute it to thy Boschee'a
German Syrup C. B. Sticknbv,
Pictou. Ontario." 9
EX HARK "S. C ALLEN'
Departure Bay Coal!
FOR SALE BY
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
MISS M. von GERICUTEN,
Pianist Ac Woloiwt
Teaches tho Higher and Lower Rudi
ments of Music, For fuithor Informa
tion liKiuho at Fort-ktroet House, or
Hawaiian News Co.'b btore. Telephone
'One Summer in Hawaii"
to convince (lie
average person that mosqui
toes, nuts aud roaches are
Regarding" this we can help
Our new remedy called
"The Mosquitoes' hhiemy"
will convince you that mos
quitoes are not so terrific after
all. We advise you to try it
and he convinced.
Our "Ant Poison" if used
according to directions will
convince you that you never
had any stronger than ours.
As for roaches we can give
you a hint that will make you
a regular patron at the .Now
Drug Store, where everything
is new and fresh.
That reminds us we have
just received a fresh lot of
Mosquito Powder that is war
ranted to be just the thing.
All of this and more at
IIOIMtO.V, NKWMIX & VO.'S
Nua' iruic Htoro.
THE PEOPLES TICKET!
FOR ROAD BOARD:
JAS. F. MORGAN.
Oilice. of the Pearl
Fruit Oo., L'd.
AT a mooting of the stockholders of
this company hold on Saturday,
January 9th, the following officers
were elected for the ensuintr toiin:
P. G. Ctimarinos President,
1). McLean Vice-President,
C. J. McCarthy Secretary,
C. J. McCarthy Treasurer,
Geo. P. Cavenagh. . Auditor.
Tho foregoing with Messrs. J. Lylo,
J. A. Lyle and G K. Wilder to consti
tute the Board of Directors
c. j. McCarthy,
Honolulu, January 9, 1892.
Office of the Woodlawn Fruit
AT a meeting of tho stockholders of
this Company held on Monday,
January Hth, tho following officers
wero elected for tho ensuing term :
F. W. McOliesney .... President,
F. Harrison Vice-President,
J. S. Walker, Jr .. .Secretary,
C. J. McCarthy Treasurer,
J. F. Morgan Auditor.
The foregoing officers to constitute
the Boanl of Directors.
J. S. WALKER, JR.,
Honolulu, January 11, 1892.
SALMON IN BARRELS,
White Bros. Portland Cement,
EX LATE ARRIVALS.
J. T. WATERHOUSE,
314 Queen Street. lw
THE FINE STEAMSHIP
Will huduu at this poit on laimary 7lli,
and will i etui ii to Yokoli.uiiU
on or about
January 13 th, 1892.
connecting at that port with tho Hong
For freight or passage apply to
W'M, Q. IRWIN & CO.. Limited,
WANTED to lent a Cot
tage, central location,
live 01 six roniiu, near tram
way picfened. Apply in 'S," olllee of
this paper. aid lw
" TO LET
Agar a "NE Suite of Two Room
y&22B ""-- b'lthrnoin attached
wBHMB ami conveniently locatud. Ap
ply at tlilt olllee, 31 a lw
" ANNUAL MEETING.
npilK regular auiuial mooting of tho
X Hawaiian Fiuit & Taio Co. will ho
hold at their otllcu in Wallukii, Maul, on
FRIDAY, Feb, 12, 18y2, at 10 o'clock
A. M W. II. UANIELS,
31 1 30t Seci vtary tt, K. &, T. Co.
I7ROM AND AFTER THIS DATE
I? Mr. U J. McCaithy will collect all
my hills. II Q McOREW, M I).
Honolulu, Dee. '.tl. 1MI1. ;i08-lin
Whun you want a Portrait
Enlarged call on Itini; HroH,,
got their price- llwt and see
sample. Thuy can't be beat.
Pop Yokdbama.& Bong Kopg
THERE'S THE' RUB !
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcckels' Hank, Honolulu.
An Unequalled Assortment and a Varietj to Suit all Taster at
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
HANDKERCHIEFS ! HANDKERCHIEFS !-A most
Complete Stock, the very latest designs and extremely Low Pi ices. Qpinc
and see our assoitnient of White Embroidered Handkerchiefs that we offer
for 25 cents.
FANS, FANS, In Great Vaiiety, Latest Novelties; Lace and
Lisse Fans, in Hlack, While and Delicate Shades; Hand Painted Fans in
Black and Fancy Colors. Feather Fans.
1IA.ND KUN BLACK LACE SCAUPS.
Pure Silk, extra long and wide.
Hand Satchels, Chatelaines, Card Cases and Purses. A Fino Assortment
of Embroidered Pongoe Drapes and Hand Painted Silk Tidies,
in Dainty and Delicate Shades. WHITE SILK EMBROIDERED WRAPS
and PURE SILK SHAWLS. Fancy Table Covers and Table Scarfs.
l If you are in seaicli of Holiday Goods 3011 will do well by examin
ing our goods and prices, before making your purchases elsewhere.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR TUG LEADING
- NEW GOODS 1JY EVERY STEAMER. a
Call at Egan & Gunns
AND EXAMINE TIIIilR NEW STOCK
Ribbons, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Dress Goods, Silks,
( Fans, Etc., Etc.
NEW CHOICE GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY !
We aie showing a choice line of Ladles & Gentlemen's
(.liiht the thing for a Christmas prei-cut)
Silk UnilirclliiH in Ladies' & Gentlemen's.
SOT FINE GOODS AT LOW PRICES. -
Call at B. F. Ehlers & Co.'s, 99 Fort St.
FOR A FINE SELECTION
Such as TOILET OASES, MANIGURE SETS, COLLAR L CUFF BOXES,
O LOVE A HANDKERCHIEF IJOXES, ALHU.MS,
Etc., Etc., before the iiHborlmenl is broken.
AND A KKV'!MI'OltrATION OP
DRY & FANCY GOODS.
tOf Will keep open evenings from Satiiiday, Dec. ll'th, to Oliilxtiuas. "(Hi
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Ni:w Cummins' It lock, Mkiigiiant Sthkkt.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
SOM0I1OK KOIt TIIK
Equitable Life Assurance Society.
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Rents Collected and HoiibOH Rented,
Any business entrusted to me will receive prompt attention,
IISEG leave to notify the public that I
have starii'd a hon-u elioclug auon
at No. 81 King street, next ui Wright fe
hous' eitrrhigu factoiv, where I will be
glad to meet my old frionda uml new
oues aUu, Wu make a epecinlty of lirst
clues houo bhoelug Wu warrant to stop
iiitcrft'iiug and eau help all luiiiu horses.
801 lm OHAS. ltOniLlSPTES,
To know what you want
and where lo gut the best
value For the money often
puts ov in a tight place.
To know whether an arti
cle is good before trying it
there's the rub.
Hut (herejtf no rub in any
thing you buy of us parti
cularly the a 190 Havihmd
It is without exception the
most serviceable china extant.
Single pieces or dozens.
It will Moon ho too lato to
hoikI remembrances to your
1'rlendn abroad. So go at
once to King Bros., on Ho
tel street, and got some of
tliolr pretty and novel "Ha
waiian" Christmas Cards
for- tho purpose.
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