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KUIMI AVI AFTT.It JIAV 1. IHOI.
A.M. A.M. P.M. 1 M.
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Arrive Honoullull. .7 :2C !)-!!) 2:41) 5:35f
Loave llonoullull..7:30 10:51 i):01 5:45f
Arrive Honolulu. . .8 ::! 1 1 :G5 4 sr5 0 ifiOf
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Arrive Poarl City
Leave Pear' City.. u:03 ..
Arrivo Honolulu. ..0:40 ..
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Tho t lino hIkiihI foi tlio port is ulun nt 121i.
mm. Oscc. (niiilulKliU of Ureonw lull tltnoor
111. 23iii. .Usee. p. in. of Honolulu Ooscrwitory
jtlinc. It UkIxoii by tlioBtcnm wlilstlo or tlio
.Honolulu l'lnxlng iMlll, it few tloois nliova
tlio Custom IIouso. llio Biuno wlilstlo U
mounded con ettly lit Honolulu 11101111 noon,
Ouscmitmy moilillan, or 10U. 31m. 20soc. of
THURSDAY, JAN. 14, 1892.
Bttnr Kaulafioin Kauai
JStmr Kilauca Hon for Kukaian ami Oo
kiila al 4 p in
Slim' .las Makeo for Kauai nt 4 p m
tiur Kaala for Walauae and Waialua at
It M S S Alameda, Morse, for San Fran
cisco at 4pm
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
RMS Monownl, Carey, for the Colonies
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS i
Steamer Kaala 1930 bags sugar
Steamer Pole 2080 bags sugar
Tor Kauai, per stmr IwalanI, Jan 18
Won It W Wilcox, E L Kauai, Junius
Jvaae and ill Lane.
'J'lie stc.uner Kaala in rived this morn
ing from Kapaa with sugar, and will
leave again this afternoon for Walanae
The schooner Robert Lowers is receiv
ing sugar lioin the steamer Pele. The
baikentlno Forest Queen took sugarfiom
the Kaala this morning.
The iuter-lsland steamers weie treated
rather roughly by Old Neptune yester
day. So much so that some, had to lay
off port last night.
The steamer Mokolil has been hauled
on the Marine Hallway.
The steamer W G Hail will be dije to
morrow from windward ports.
The steamer Kaimiloa no longer rides
lu the uayal row. She is lying near the
OSS Co's wharf.
Tlje following is dedicated to those
kindred spirits who pongregato at the
political and theatrical club (for gos
sip) not a hundred miles from Koko
"Is Lyons getting so goocj that it
dqesnit need preachers, or so bad
that they are leaving it as rats desert
a 'sinking' ship? Rev. 'Wilson 'saicj
farewell to his people a week or so
ago, and Revs. Hillis and Pershing
will do the same with the close of the
present month.' T f Lyons (Kan.)
"The. cause of the exodus cer
tainly' cannot be attributed to the
playful piunks of anyone in Lyons
Who wanted to create a siusatib'n, as
did a bevy of young girls attending
a seminary in a populous 'town' In
Illinois. ' The girls' g'6t their heaths
together and detormirrcd'td ji'avo sorb'q
fuu, so they addressed a note to each'
of tlio preachers containing these
electric words, 'All is discovered;
Fly J' The next morning (Sunday)
the seven pulpits of the city were
deserted." Kansas City Sunday
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
New ioodH Juht to llaud.
Slack & Browulowls a'ter filters,
Hpales Topsail Ciairi8,
Upon ;Ink Chains,
v Goblets, Wines, Decunlers,
Jugs, etc., etc.
l'alnts, Oils, Vanishes,
House Furnishing Goods,
Miniuturo "Vistas" for mailing,
f yon are trpubjert 'v rbcuna
Mam or lfilllP hack, liipi on pycr
Hie scut of pain a pieue of flannel
(Iniupuned with Chumborlain's I'uln
Hulm. You will bo surprised at the
prompt relief it affords. 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Uen
Bou, Smith & Co., agents.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head Station, 3 o'clock
this afternoon : Wind south west, rain
Tun band did not play at Thomas
Squaro last night owing to inclement
Only two days moio on whtili
water latcri can bj paid without an
additional ton percent.
Thkiik nru no signs of the S. 8.
Monowai from San Francisco as tlio
llui.i.KTiN goes to press.
Tlir. postponed monthly meeting
of the Myrtle Boat Club will bo hold
on Monday evening, Jan 18th.
The band will play at the Hawaiian
Hotel this ovening, providing the
Mouowai arrives on time.
The Honolulu Iron Works let out
six or seven workmen yesterday aftor
noon owing to slackness of work.
Kkmemukii the Kumchameha Gleo
Olub Concert conies next week Thurs
day aftor the rains are ovor and gone.
Sm Frederick Wilt taker, one of the
leading jiublic men of New Zealand,
died at Auckland lately in his 80th
A mass meeting culled by the Lib
eral Party will be hold at Waikiki this
evening, providing the weather is fa
A cue fa lottery bank is holding
full sway in the lumbur piles on the
city front. A drawing takes place
daily at noon.
Faiiikr Lkonoh of tbo Roman
Catholic Cathedral, who has been laid
up with sickness for some time past
is improving in health.
Tuerb will bo a special meeting of
the Honolulu Fire Department this
evening, to consider the advisability
of a Department parado.
In the Supremo Court to-day the
case of The Queen vs. Jno. Brown,
charged with robbery, was heard be
fore a foreign jury. The case is still
The thermometer registered 57 de
grees at Mr. W. R. Castle's house,
Victoria street, last night, and tlio
rainfall at tho same place was a trille
over two inches.
Another en kg of smallpox has de
veloped among tho four segregated
Asiatics at the Quarantine Station.
It is the sister of tho sick girl taken
from the Rio Janeiro.
The Collector of Customs has
brought another suit oguinBt "Opium
Pills." Six cases are pending in the
Police Court, and Friday morning has
been appointed for hearing of tho
Ah Sup, arrested last wcok for sell
ing liquor, viz , samshu, was tried this
morning in the Police Court. It occu
pied the morning session and was
continued. P. Neumann appeared
Mk. C. B. REyNOLDS, agent of the
Board of Health, is personally taking
care of the four small-uox patients in
quarantine. The published statement
that an assistant was caring for the
sick people was an error.
The S S. Yainushiro Maru will sail
for Japan at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Last boat was to leave the P. M. 8. S.
wharf at 2 o'clock. The steamer put
to sea lust night to cscapo tho perils
of tho reef, returning to anchorage'
early this morning.
Mr. Hales, tho "Sniiler" of tho
Sydney Referee, leading sporting
paper of Australia, is 'a passenger by
tho Alameda and paid a yisit to the
Bulletin office in company with Dr.
Casey, tho popular pjiysician of tho
steamer. "Smiler's" reputation as a
writer is world-wide. He goes to fill
a position in the California Athletic
Club, oyertures having been made
him for hjs eorvjees some time.
"A 8oijven,ir of Oaliu College,
Punuhou, Honolulu, H. I.," has been
received at the hands of Principal
Hosmer. It is published by W. F.
Sesser, St. Joseph, Mich., and copies
can be had of Prof. J. 'Q. Wood, of
the colldgo faculty. Like tho ''Vistus
of Hawaii," by the same publisher,
this Punaliou Souvenir is an urtietic
production. It contains beautiful
photogravures of the buildings,
grounds and bath, with reading des
criptions printed in cojors.
I'll meet you at tho Brunswick.
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Cardolineum avenarius is the only
wear. "" '
O. J. McCarthy bus lots on Liliha
street for Bale. 3-tf
Button Holes made to order at No.
4 Garden Lano. 30,7 tf
Coffee and Doughnut? tho best in
town you got ni "The Elite." 7-lw
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic, Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Mr. John F. Colhukn is
out as an
independfint candjdfHP for the
J, IT, Harrison will not bo rospoii
sible for debts incurred against him
without his written order.
Castle & Cooke have a now card
in this issue, warranted to catch every
eye from Niihuu to Hawaii.
Hon. Thos. R. LucaB announces
hiniBulf as an Independent candidate
for Representative in the Fourth
CifAS. T. Gulick, trusteo, gives no
tice that as such ho has solo control of
the Alapai estate excepting tho home
stead at Palumu,
A WAitNiNa to voters to save their
voles by proper registration is pub
lisjod by a"ut)orjty i t)is mt.
JJon't Jose yoqr privilegp by curolossi
Prof. Anderson, tho great Wuard
of the North, in conjunction with
Mdlle. Blanche, will appear ut tho
Opera House Saturday evening. Box
plan at L. J. Levey's office.
IntcrcMlnir Flgtirrei From MiC l'nnt
STATISTICS OF PASSKNGEtt
TRAFFIC FOR 1891.
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PASSENGER RECEIPTS FOR 1891.
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STATISTICS OF PAS8ENGEIt TRAFFIC F0U
TUG YEAR 1891.
Numbor of passengers car
ried ; 103,(544
Passenger eurnings $38,021.55
Number of passengers car
ried one mile 1,147,718
Average number of miles
each passenger carried. ' 11.07
Ayerago receipts per pas
Avorugo receipts per pas
senger per mile .033
Average earning per rqilp
of road '. '. . . $2,055.22
THE ISLAND STEAMERS.
Every vessel of the Wilder Steam
ship Co. 'a ileet of steamers b9 been
allotted work to do. The sugar sea
son which has about opened is the
cause of the rush and for some time
to come the island fleet will be kept
busy. Tho Inter-Island Steam Navi
gation Co. haye all their steamers
plying also. It is reported tho
steamer Kaimiloa, the old "wur
horse," which has been lying in. the
stream, will'' be use'iL Consequent
to 'tue employing of goasters lying
ide f6rUtVpast'fetr months, lively
times about'the pity front will result.
McKinley Bill or no bill, it will be
the same with the island steamers.
COLLISION IN THE HARBOR.
The tug Eleu and the steamers
IwalanI and Hawaii collided off the
6. S. S. Co.'s wharf about 5 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. The 'lug was
returning from the steamer Yama
shirb Maru, where she had becn,cn
gaged transferring passengers. The
two steamers were leaving tho hurbor
and before the' tug' cold cjear sp
cpllf wit1!! tlio steamer Hawaii
and as a parting was bumped by the
steamer Iwalanl's stem. The tug
was damaged on tho port side some
what, n Junk on hor bow being carried
INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS.
At their usual time of installation,
Kealia Lodge, No. 5, K. of P., in
stalled the following named officers
for the ensuing term t
Geo. II. Fairchild, P. C.
W. Eassie, C. 0.
A. Lindsay, V. C.
K. J. G. Bryant, P.
II. P. Hug'us. K. R. S.
Si G. King, MF.
C. N. Gwin, M. E. .
A. Qramberh;, M.'aVA,
Trustees, H. P. Hugus, M. D
W, Kassio, 8. G. King.
Get your boots and oboes mude
and. repaired by tho old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Toennies, oil East
Hotel street Fiist-class work, low
UNION IRON WORKS.
ClnMniE nt the ItnlilHlmu nt.--M-ct.
lim of Itoiiilliolili'i'A.
Wlint was generally cxiicotcd for
some time happened yesterday, in tho
closing of the Union Iron Woiks and
discharging of their workmen. Hon.
II. A. Widcmann attached n portion
of the plant tor rent, when Mr. J. N.
S. Williams the manager gave the
word which resulted in the whole
force of mechanics being dismissed.
The bonded debt of the company
is $100,000, and the uusecuied debts
about 830,000. Theic is much sym
pathy fell in (he com in unity for Mr.
Willfanis and Mr. More the superin
tendent, fWho invested heavily in the
stock themselves, as well as for the
workmen, sonic of whom hold stock
and all lose their employment, also
for several persons outside tho works
who invested part of their moderate
mean in the concern. There are
other small creditors of the company
who can ill afford to lose the amounts
due to them. The workmen are pro
mised their pay on Sntuulay.
The bondholders held a meeting
this mo'iiing at the office of Mr. A.
J. Cartwright, to consider whether
or not to authorize the trustees to
foreclose the mortgages. They ad
journed without coming to a conclu
sion, till 11 o'clock to-morrow. A
piopositiou was laid before the meet
ing from the stockholders, that the
first and Second mortgage bondhold
ers should accept 90 and 50 percent,
respectively, of the face value of
their bonds, and that the stockhold
ers should subscribe the amount re
quisite to redeem the bonds when so
reduced, and go on with the busi
ness. No action was taken on this
The trustees Messrs. A. J. Cart
wright, W. F. Allen and W. O. Smith
ore awaiting the action of the bond
holders as to applying to the Court
for a receiver of the Union lion
Works, to wind up its affairs so as
to cause as little sacrifice as possible
to any of the interests concerned.
The stockholders also held a meet
ing this morning, the full results of
wLich have not transpired. It is
understood that they voted to sanc
tion the action of the trustees in tak
ing possession of the mortgaged
propci ty and closing it up under
supervision of the Court through the
hands of receivers.
THE HAWAIIAN HISTORICAL
On the evening of Dec. 28th, a
few of our citizens met and engaged
in an informal interchange of ideas
in regard to the importance of form
ing an Historical Society. Prof.
Alexander was chosen lempoiary
chairman, and the Rev. Dr. Hyde
secretary. It was then decided that
tho proper time had come for the
organization of such a society, and a
committee composed of Prof. Alex
ander, Rev. Dr. Hyde and Mr. J. S.
Emerson was chosen to draft a con
stitution. An adjourned meeting was
held last Monday evening at the
Honolulu Library, at which this com
mittee made its report. A large
number of our most prominent citi
zens attended, and much interest was
shown in the formal organization of
the new society. After the adoption
of the constitution tho following of
ficers were unanimously elected:
President, Hon. C. It. Bishop; Vice
President, Mr. J. S. Emerson ; Cor
responding Secretary, Hon. W. D.
Alexander ; Recording Secretary,
Rev. Dr. C. M. Hyde: Treasurer,
Mr. T. G. Thrum. The constitution
states that the object of the society
is "the collection, study, and utiliza
tion of all materials illusliating the
Ethnology, Archtuology and History
of the Hawaiian Islands." Active
members are to pay an initiation fee
of Ave dollars and an annual fee of
one dollar. It is hoped that airange
ments will be made by which the
society will secure as its permanent
quarters, for the accommodation of
its prospective library and a place of
meeting, the large front room of the
Honolulu Library. Immediate ef
forts are to be mado for the forma
tion of a library which shall include
all books relating in any way to this.
Kingdom, and ull books, pamphlets
and newspapers cyer printed, on the
It is confidently hoped that aU of
our citizens will co-operate with the
oflloers and members of this society
In their attempts to make this library
as complete as possible. Several
gentlemen have already expressed a
willingness to donate files ot Hawai
ian newspapers and collections of
pamphlets, and it is expected that
others will soon follow their example.
i his society has ueen organized uonp
too soon. Much historical uuitcritd
of the greatest vohic has alrpady
disappeared, which would have been
preserved had thcie been a proper
home for its reception. Tho society
enters upon its career under the most
encouraging auspices, and if our
citizens will aid it by becoming mem
bers, and working, as opportunities
may present themselves, for the ob
jects for the accomplishment of which
it was formed, the "Hawaiian His
torical Society" will not only prove
a great success, but it will also beforo
long become an organisation to which
all of us may point with honest pride.
We understand that donations of
books, pamphlets and newspapers
may bo loft at the ''ouolulU Library,
or sent to Vm officers of l'o society,
and1' that' they 'will b.e. grqtefiiy
iionsFonD's acid phosphate
UellevcM ludlerMtlou, 1)npih1ii, eir.
Besides Pictures you can find Beautifully
Decorated Porcelain P'sques, Bamboo Easols,
Screens, Cabinet Photo Frames, Albums,
Leather Purses, Pocket Books, etc., Christ
mas Cards, Brackets, etc., at King Bros.,
wiwwesw i.j i. Vji i L jiii.i...'.ii'ii i
"One Sammer in Hawaii"
Ts enough to convince the
average person that, mosqui
toes, ants and roaches are
Kegarding this we can help
Our new remedy called
"Tho Mosquitoes' Enemy"
will convince you that mos
quitoes are not so terrilic after
all. We advise you to try it
and he convinced.
Our "Ant Poison" if used
according to direction, will
convince you that you never
had any stronger than ouis.
As for roaches we can give
you a hint that will make you
a regular patron at the New
Drug Store, where everything
is nkw and frksh.
That reminds us we have
.iust received a fresh lot of
Mosquito Powder that is war
ranted to be just the thing.
All of this and more at
MOltltO.V, XKWM IX At t;o.i
Sew Irnu: Htoro.
THE GREAT WIZARD OF THE NORTH.
Hawaiian Opera House.
L.J. Levey Lessee Si Manager.
GRAND OPBNING NIGHT
Saturday, Jan. 16th
Return after a Tour of Iininciiou Success
mound the Wmld with t-oiiietlilng New.
It is lespeclfully announced that ai
rangenioiits hau been effected for the
immediate 'indentation in Honolulu of
the most eelebiated eiiti'itaiimient of
modern times, and for the apijeaiam-i'
of thcgieatest Magician of this or any
The name of Ptofcssor AmIcron isliko
"ancient music linled with" household
winds" to ihiiMi who'-e remembrances of
home extend oei the last :I0 jcais. Ills
New "London St. J.iiueo Hall Enter
tainment," nsibted In .Mdlle. HI inehe,
the JlanelloiiftSeeoud-Sight b nil. has
had the honor of leeching the pationugo
of Hei Majctj the Qiieen-lhiipre-s, all
the Soeielgns of Bu ope, the Picsident
and half a million of the people of tho
United States, and eompilses Alan eta in
the Woild of Jittery which had no
parallel in the iliijs of the Kgjptian
Magi 01 the Kosioiuehn Neeioinancer,
as they liau none amongst the effoits of
those who attempt the Black Ait at the
pi eient time. II Is ritay is Limited.
The Entertainment will be on the
same sealo as leceutly presented by him
in Alelhourne, San Fiuiieisco, and 'Lou
don l'ei feet in eery deUdl.
--r Scats can ho secured at tho olllce
ofL. J. Leoy Sit) at
Liu MciiiiiiiiiiUl IJiiiiilHliilii
FOB MEMBEIt OF THE
JOHN F. CQLBURN.
THOS. :R.: LUCAS,
Ready for the Oriddlo In One Minute I
Only Milk or Water Beqnlredl
A OjmMnatlon or Moalt Entirely Now I
Mnkt'B Mott Wholesome nnd DellcloQB Oakesl
Nothing but puro 0KEAM, OF
TAHTAK and SODA u,hed. (or leaven,
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT!
MITCH RL-r, & PETERSON,
Hun l''rnilHiio AicoiitH,
SOI m-til th sat
AQUAHTEItLY dividend Is duo and
imjahlo to thu stockholders of tho
Iutei-lblaiid btcnui Navigation (Vm
piny, at their office. o THUItSDAY,
Jan. 1 1, 18,U.', Jah. L. MuM:aX,
' ' Kceiotiiiy.
Honolulu, Jan. 1.', 1BU2. 318 31
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcckcls' Bank, Honolulu.
Ail Unequalled Assoitment and a Varletj to Suit all Tiustes at
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
HANDKERCHIEFS ! HANDKERCHIEFS ! A most
Complete Stock, the very latest designs and extremely Low Pi ices. Come
and se'e our assoitment of White Embroidered Handkerchiefs that we offer
for 2d cents.
FANS, FANS, I" Great Vaiicty, Latest Novelties; Lace and
Lisse Fans, in Black, White and Delicate Shades; Hand Painted Fans in
Black and Fancy Colors. Feather Funs.
HiVND RUN BLACK L.A.CE SCARF'S.
Pure Silk, extra long and wide.
Hand Satchels, Chatolainos, Card Cases and Purses. A Fine Assortment
of Embroidered Pongee Drapes and Hand Painted Silk Tidies.
in Dainty and Delicate Shailc9. WHITE SILK EMBROIDERED WRAPS
and PURE SILK SHAWLS. Fancy Table Covers and Table Scarfs.
CP If you nre in scaich of Holiday Goods you will do well by examin
ing our goods and prices, before making your purchases elsewhere.
Builders' & Gene.al Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & General Merchandise,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
SEWING MACH1N ES.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS 'FOR THE LEADING
S&- NEW GOODS BY
c. j. McCarthy,
Nr.w CuMMiNb' Block, Mhkciiant BrnKbT.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
FIRE 1N8U1UN0E 1'LAOEl).
Any business entrusted to me will rcceho prompt attention,
IBK0 leave to notify the puhllu that I
have hturli'd a hoiru bhoului; clion
at No. fcl KlngMieet, nei.t to Wright A
Sous carrlai'i) factoiv. where I will bo
glad to meet my old fi lends and new
ones i4so. Wo inaku u biieehdlv of Hint,
ehibfUioreo bhoelug Wo wai rant t,n stop
Intel ftfiitiK and call help all luuiu horses.
301 liu OH AS, UOITILISITES.
To know what you want
and where to get the best
value for the money oflcir
puts one in a tight place.
To know whether an arti
cle is good before trying it
there's the rub.
Hut there's no rub in any
thing you buy of us parti
cularly the lilOG Jlaviland
It is without exception the
most serviceable china extant.
Single pieces or dozens.
EVERY STEAMER, -a
i-o u tiii:
COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
and llouse& Routed.
It will soon liotoo Into to
hoiuI renienibnmces to your
Irloiuls abroad. So go ut
onco to King Bros., on Ho
tel struct, anil get some of
tliolr pretty and novel "Ha
iva.ism" Christmas Cards,
for tlio nurposo.