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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COS
FItO.1I AVI) AFTJ'.lt VKU. I. 181!i.
A.M. A.M. l'.M. P.M
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Arrive Honolulu. ..8:35 11:55 4:55 G:GOj
l'KAHI. 01TV LOCAL.
Arrivo Pearl City.
Loavo Pearl City.
t Saturdays only.
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But. 20 10 BO '.I 20 3 10 4 SO 0 67 0 01 0 02
sun. n li ail iu io 4 iii o uo o 2ii oil o m
Last final lor of the innon on thuSOtll lit 1)1.
4liu. i. in.
Tlio tlnm signal for tlio pot 1 1 uiven nt 1211.
I'm. Oicc. (lniilnlKlitl of Uiocnnk'li tlnioor
.ii.'Jsin. :Usvc. p. in. of Honolulu Ubsoivntory
time. It l8Klon by tlio Btcmn wliletlcor tlio
Jlonoltilu I'IhhIiik 11111, Hfuw (Iooih iibovo
tlio Custom llouso. Tlio biuiio uhlstlo 19
founded cormctly ut Honolulu nioiiii noon,
Obsurvutoiyiiioiiaiun, orlOli. 31m. 20soe. of
FRIDAY, FEB. 19, 1892.
Sclir Lavinia from Lute
Hehr Mllle Morris from Konlnu
Sclir K:i lino Hawaii from Kooliui
Sclir Sarah & Eliza from ICoolnu
Stmr (! R Bishop fioin Knlmkti and
Slinr Wuimauulo from Maui
Stmr .Ins Makee from Kauai
Sclir Moi Wahiue for Maknwell
Stmr V G Hull fur Maui and Hawaii at
10 a m
Stmr .las Makee for Kauai at 4 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Lavinia fqr K.ihuku
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr C K Bishop 2G42 bags sugar, 312
bags paddy, and Mindiy packages
Stun-.las Makee 2500 bags sugar and
GO, bags rice.
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr W G
Hall, Feb 19 -Mr Klmona, Mr Keliipio.
Mrs S Wood, Mrs lvawewjjhl, All Moon,
wife and clllld,. Miss Toms, M'rs Van
Tassel. Mrs "Von Tempsky. Father Syl
vester, Mr mid Mrs O F Horner, W II
Daniels, Hon O W Ashfoid, Col No-rls
and 75 deck.
' From Kauai per stmr Jas Makee, Feb
ID 'Mrs Van Tussol,' Miss Toms and 2
The schooner Moiwahtito sailed this
morning for Makawell with a, Itcayy load,
of lumber '
"l'liu "schooner Lav(na arriyed tills
mdrulng and will leave again to-uior-iow
with a load of coal for ICalmku.
The schooners Lavinia, Mille Morris,
.Sin Ah is Ellia and ICa Hae Hawaii all ar
rived this morning.
The steamer James Mnkce has been
making two and' three trips a week to
Kauai. Sho left on Wednesday for that
place and returned this morning with a
load of sugar which she Is transferring
to the bark Mainia Ala. The Makee
sails again this afternoon
The steamer Hawaii 'will leave again
for Hamakua on Monday.
The barkoutino W 11 Dlmond took in
sugar from the steamer Hawaii to-day.
The Dlmoud will probably leave dn
Monday for San Franelsco.
The- tern Oceania Vuneo having flnlsh
qujkllsebarglng'her cargo of coal .Waits
t; ihlpiiic'iu of sugar at the old Custom
Tlio rough weather aloufr the Hama
kua coast has pi evented the Island
steamers from being as prompt as tlmy
should bo with sugar for vessels await
ing cargoes for the Coast.
r vffo of
In Honplnht, Feb. lftth. to tho.
Wjlllaru II' HoogVa daugui'
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
BOOR MATS, DQUU MATS,
Rubber, superior quality ; lettcrotl
"Aloha," "Welcome," ami plain
Cocoanut Mats, a desirable assort
ment, Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable, J8S!r Call and examino our stock.
SAFE AND RELIABLE.
"In buying a cough medicine for
children," says II. A, Walker, a
prominent druggist of Qgdmi, Utai,
"neyer ho afraid to buy Chamber
laln'B Cough Remedy. There is no
danger from it and relief is always
-sure to follow. J particularly recom
mend Chamberlain's because 1 round
it to be safe and reliable." 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Bcu
son, Smith & Co., agents.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Hishop of Olba was no butter
this morning, but was conscious.
Tun (ires in the boilers of the new
dredger were lit this morning and
kept up all day.
Don't fall to hear Miss Dale and
Miss Young sing at the Y. M. C. A.
next Tui'Bdny night.
Hon, C. W. Ashford was a passcn
nor by tlio sto.tnior V. Q. Hall this
morning for Hawaii.
L. J. Luvev will sell at auction to
morrow at noon a large Macneul &
Urban II reproof sato.
Tin: steamer Kmau with the Ray
mond tourist party on board will be
due to-morrow morning."
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather
clear, wind light northeast. Steamer
Waimanalo 15 miles northeast.
Theiik was no case on trial in tho
Supreme Court to-day, but tho Judges
are busy with other judicial matter.
Tliu Kiihuku Plantation Co. will
hold a special meeting at tho Cham
ber of Commerce room to-morrow at
Tun band will give its regular con
cert on thu Queen Emma hall pre
mises this evening should tho weather
No postponement on account of
the weather, is tho order for the musi
cal service at St. Andiow's Cathedral
Prayer meeting for men at Y. M.
O. A. to-night. Subject. Faithful
ness. Hebrews 3id chapter. Every
Anothkk assault and battery case
against a number of ChirieBc has been
recorded and a warrant issued for tho
apprehension of tho parties.
The printing of license forms for
tho Interior Department has been
awarded to tlio Elele Publishing Co.,
their tonder being tho lowest.
The shareholders of tho Wairnanalo
Sugar Plantation will hold a special
meeting at the oilice of Mr. A. J.
Cartwright at 11:30 o'clock to-morrow.
The musical service will take place
this evening at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral. A voluntary collection will bo
taken for tho British Bonovolont So
ciety. A heavy downpour of rain fell at 8
o'clock this niorniug Tho rainfall
came all of a sudden, traveling rapid
ly from tho sea, and lasted for about
A fine largo bay horse broke away
from its groom on King street, near
ICawaiahao Church, and made things
quite lively in the vicinity for a
while this morning.
The ballet dance which was re
ceived with such enthusiasm by the
public when performed in "Iolantho"
will be reproduced with lime light
effects at Mrs. Gray's concert on the
Rev. Walter Frear, father of Mr.
W. F. Frear, barrister, of this city,
who was formerly pastor of Fort
Streot Church, has been appointed
agent of American Board of Missions
on the Pacific Coast.
J. L. Kaulukou, barrister, mot a
Chinaman on the street this morning
who had been a witness on a case iu
which he failed to convict the culprit.
Kaulukou saluted John with, "You
liar, you, yes 1"
The car that leaves Pauoa at 5
minutes after 7 this Friday evening
will go down Nuuanu and Berctania
streets to St. Androw's Cathedral for
the accommodation of people attend
ing tho choral service.
The Bulletin killed tho poor
laborer from the Mauna Ala. The
Advertiser buried him. Mr. Eckardt,
purveyor of tho Queen's Hospital,
however, thinks that tlio man has a
chance to pull through.
The six sailors who refused con
tract service on tho schooner Ku Moi,
preferring the. prison, have" 'ro'turned
to work. They say that thoy would
rather work under the captain of tho
schooner Ka Moi than work on tho
IIek Majesty tho Queen and suite
will attend tho bpecial musical service
at St. Andrew's Cathedral this even
ing. The service coin mences.at 7:30
o'clock, and all scuts aro free, A fine
program of music will be rendered by
tho choir. '
His Excollonpy 0. N. Sponoor,
Deputy Attorney-Genoral Charles
Croigltton, Hon D. Dayton, President
of tho Board of Health the purty
who went to tho Leper Settlement
will return on tho steamer Mokolii on
Dn. Wesley Newcomb, a form,er
resident tf Dipsp islands, 'died at
Ithaca; ft. Y., Jan, 25, aged 83 years.
He was somewhat noted in solontific
oirulcB, His stop'dauglitor was mar
ried to Dr. Hillebrand, author of
"Flora of tho Hawaliun Islands,"
In tho Police Court this morning a
Chinaman named Ah Hup was lined
iflOO for selling liquor without a
liconso. Sup did not liko thu sovority
of this sentence, thinking ho might
get a light one, and noted i appcl
Two baskets of GJiJHeeo liquor wero
The town was struck with a shower
of hideous quack medicine posters
last night. Tho Bulletin will pay a
ruwaril of five dollars for evidonco that
will lead to tho conviction of tho per
son who stuck one of them on its of
fice. There is a strict law ugaiiist such
impudent acts of trespass.
WABiiiNflTONB lijrtjiday will ho a
gala day on board tlio U. S, B. Peitbii
cola. Great and active preparations
aro being inado by tho crew for the
propor obvation of the day. Thero
will be all kinds of games, theatrical
entertainment, tableaux, etc. Thu
Hawaiian Hand is to attend, A good
time is assured to all who vibit the
ship ou that occubion,
; CHINESE TOUGHS.
Mention was made in yesterday's
Bulletin of a remark made by a
Chinaman that a Chinese highbin
ders' society nas holding sway in
this city, ami that the assault cases
lit the Police Court were the result of
this society's nefarious work. The
following named Cliino9o Ah Wal,
Pacheo, Ah Gow, Ah Fat and Ah
Poou have been on trial iu the
Police Court the past few days on
different charges of assault ami
battery. Most of tlio witnesses ap
peared in favor of defendants, but
were so contradictory that His Honor
did not lake much stock in them.
Ah Poon, it was proved, however,
was not concerned in tlio affair and
was discharged. Ah Wai, Paehce,
Ah Gow and Alt Fat were found
guilty and sentenced to six months'
imprisonment at hard labor and to
pay costs of Court. Defendants
noted an appeal. Hail was fixed at
$ 100 each.
Five other Chinese, Aiau, Ah
Pong, Liun Sung, Awai and Angeen
arc also under arrest for assault and
battery on a fellow-countryman.
Their trial will come up to-morrow.
Not a day has passed this week but
what an assault aud battciy case
against Chinese has been on trial in
the Police Court. Although the
complaincrs do not show much injury,
yet the fact' remains that there is
some society which has for its object
the punishment of lellow-countrymen
against whom they have trifling
grievances. A few more sentences
as previously mentioned will proba
bly put a check on this vicious ele
ment. m m
Y, M. C. A.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. was well attended.
The treasurer's report showed net
receipts of $101.05. Rev. Mr. Greely
was reported to the meeting as likely
to leave shortly, when a vote of
thanks was passed to him for his
good work among the sailors of ves
sels in porf.. Mr. II. W. Peck was
re-elected General Secretary. The
meeting was larger and more inter
esting than usual. The financial com
mittee reported the liuaucial outlook
highly satisfactory. Thirty-eight
calls on the sick were teported for
the month by the visitation commit
tee. The report of the evangelistic
meetings in Bethel Hall is very cheer
ing. They win tie continueu. t ne
reading room has been improved in
appearance by a large number of pho
togravures of Vistas of Hawaii being
hung on the walls. The meeting was
larger and .more entertaining than
usual. After the enrolling of nine
new members the meeting adjourned.
AGES OF SOME PROMINENT MEN.
Benjamin Harrison is fifty-nine,
John Sherman is sixty-nine, Joseph
Hawley is sixty-six, Senator Hoar is
sixty-six, Mr. Blaine is sixty-two,
Senator Morrill is eighty-two? Sena
tor Stanford is sixty-eight, Tom Reed
is 'fifty-two, Senator Allison is sixty
three, Senator Iugalls is lifty-uine
and Matt Quay is fifty-nine. On the
other hand, on the Democratic side,
Senator Gorman is llfty-four, Speaker
Crisp is forty-six, Senator Carlisle is
fifty-six, Senator Hill -is forty-nine,
Senator Pugh is seventy-two, Lieutenant-Governor
Shecham is thirty
three and Congressman McMillan is
forty-seven. N. Y. Sun.
CHILDREN ON SHIPBOARD.
Miss Alice T. Cooke and Captain
D. B. Penhallow issued invitations
to young children for a reception to
be held on board the new bdiooner
Alice T. Cooke this afternoon. Con
sequently, notwithstanding the in
e'ement weather, a troop of children
accepted the invitation and flocked on
hoard. Captain Pcnliallow, assisted
by Miss Cobkc, aie making the young
ones happy. The ship was gaily
decorated with Hags, a temporary
awning having been made. Chairs
had been placed at the stent for the
accommodation of quite a number.
A PRETTY COMB.
A fine work of art in the shape of
a lady's comb is exhibited in a win
dow of Thrum's bookstoro, Fort
street. It was made by J. A. Mc
Guire, of this city. The comb is pf
tortoiso shelll surmowutitig which is
the American eagle, also of the same
material. The creases and different
linings are plain and nicely poIUhed.
This is tlio second comb made by
Mr. McGuIro, his first one being a
prettier one, surmounted by a crown,
which was presented to Her Majesty
the Queen, '
THIS MEANS' CHEAP SUGAR.
The following is an extract from a
letter dated Havana, Jan. 7, 1892 :
Sugar making has commenced nearly
a month earlier than in other seasons.
We are now receiving the new crop
freely at all the coast ports, and the
prospect is very fair for tho making
of some one million tous, of QUgur.
Cane enough lus lioen planted to
nrfKliifle tis amount, and with no
unusual accidents we shall have the
largest crop ever produced iu Cuba.
Mesbkb. II. Haekfeld & Co.'s new
steam bcow is nearly ready for launch
ing at tlio Miuiuo Railway. It is
much larger than the old one that hap
dono good service for bovui yeara.
Tlia estimated American capital
raised for Mexioan undertakings in
the past year Is over $100,000,000.
A patent has been asked for a de
vice to take passengers on the cable
cars while the train is in full motion.
A $2,000,000 hotel is now pro
posed iu St. Louis, tlio site having
been purchased at Njqth and Olive
Btrppts by a syndicate of capitalists
at a cost of $750,000.
A ulack marn is in the pound.
I'LL meet you at tho Brunswick.
Extra Minco Pies at the "Elilo."
O. J. McCarthy has lots
street for sale.
BiiTTONHoles Hindu to ordor-at No.
1 Gulden Latto. 7 If
Tin: Brunswick aie thoonly Billiard
Parlors m town. G-tf
Aktek shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Beneon, Smith & Co., Agents.
SuNnoitN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Hniillufc Co.,
There will bo a special meeting of
tho Paeillc Sugar Mill Co. next Wed
nesday at 2 p. m.
An adjourned meeting of tho Hono
kaa Sugar Company is called for Wed
nesday next at 10 a. in.
Ik you want to save time and
money buy your furniture, etc., at the
I X L, corner Nuuanu and King
Found tho place to buy now and
second mind furniture of all kinds at
low juices, tlio I X L, corner Nuuanu
and King street. 5-2w
Delicious cotl'eo and chocolate will
be borved every morning early at Jho
Palace Ico Cream Parlors, Ludwigbou,
& Cron, Hotel street. 1-tf
Get your boots and bhoes made
and repaired by tho old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Tommies, on East
Hotel street. Fiist-class work, low
Bedroom sets, wardrobes, ico boxes,
stoves, chajrs, gauging lamps, rugs,
bureaus, oheflbuiers, otc, sold cheap
for cash at the I X L, corner Nuuanu
and King street. 5-2w
Hoiiron, Newman & Co. have got
up "a big scare" on the soap question.
They don't appeal this time to tho
"great unwashed," but to thoso who
are somewhat fastidious jn toilot ret
M. W. McChesney it Sons in typo
that speaks louder than a stump
speaker tell tho virtue of Hawaiian
Soap. Who would buy a foreign so.ip
when a beautiful article of home man
ufacture can be had?
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
Hysteria, and other diseases of the
Heirs of John Ericsson, of Monitor
fame, will be paid 813,930 duo Jiim
for planning the United States steam
The plans for the Washington
State building nt the World's Fair
have been formally accepted. It
will occupy a space 220 by 110 feet.
A BIG SCARE
Usually has some foundation to start on.
It is always adWsable, however, to be
prepared for emergencies. Smallpox Is
a terrible scourge; spreads rapidly by
contagion or Infection, and proves fatal
nearly always. Tho doctors appreciate
tho importance of vaccination and wo
;e a great many are Influenced by
medical knowledge, and are taking
Wo had somo Vaccine Virus arrive
by the hist steamer. Yo believe this Js
thu llrst lot that has come since tho
smallpox "bcare" and lsthe only fresh
Vaccine to be had In the realm.
A special Induce
ment is offered ion
to lay in a stock of
choice Toilet -oaps
Colgate & Co.'s
Soaps have a world
wido reputation for
being ono of the
best grades manu
you're under tho
Impression that all,
these soaps are ex
pensive. You'll bo
surprised to learn
souio of thee good toilot soaps are. If
you have been using a cheap grade soap
on the score of economy you won't in
Please note that this mtiiilllceiit offor
expires next TUESD AY, LY'b. 2Jrd, and
Until then It will be our soap week and
you can buy good toilet soap eheanpr
than ever before.
Drop In while wain,2 op i ear and
view our Soup display and euny away
somo o tho'awcetodors, If nothing more.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corn or VorU Sfc TClnir 8lrootH.
1 HE adjourned, animal meeting of the
i shiu&haldcrs of the Iloaokan Sugar
Company will bo held ou WEDNES
DAY NKXT, tho 24th Inst., at 10 a. m.,
at tho oltlco of F. A. Schaefer & Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1802. 3i'.i 5t
A SPECIAL, meeting of tho share
holders of tho Paeltle Sugar Mill
will ho held on WEDNKSD Y NKXT,
thu 21th Instant, at 2 r, M., at the ollleo
of F, A. Schaefer & Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 10, 1802 3 10 fit
Is heroby given that
animal will bo said at public auction
an SATURDAY, May U, IBD2, at ia
o'clock noon, ut tlio Government Pound
1 Black Miuo with white streak on
face, branded "Z E" on left hind leg.
to- Owner of the above animal must
send In his claim within 10 duys,
otherwise It will bo sold on the duto
above named. - KAOAO,
Houolulu, Feb. lU.JHUa, 9t
"" Picturo Frames made to
order from lateHt stylos of
mouldings. Innovation of
old oietureB a specialty.
" Tlie Picture that is TttrnoOTowarflTJie Wail."
MoitAi. : Dinim gang aw.V for a bauble when we can
gi'e ye a better ane for less Uk-Iht at haine.
Tho only genuine ILaviland China in the Kingdom is
sold by tho
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the
Liabilities, 4 percent $110,000,000.00
SURPLUS $ 25,000,000.00
New Business Written in 180 1 $230, OOP, 000. 00
Assurance in Force $SOO, 000, 000. OO
The 32d Annual Statement will be issued hereafter ; in
the interval the foregoing figures will show approximately
the chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. CARTWRSCHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Gentlemen Attention !
HEAD THIS AND IT WILL GIVE YOU A POINTER.
UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS. Come and see the re-enforced
Unlaundried Shirts that wo are selling for CO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. Wo have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MIEN'S SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Ihd
hriggan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that wo are selling for 25 cents a pair.
MEN'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-Iland and Tics of all kinds.
J6T See our White P. K. Scarfs that wo aro selling 2 for 25 cents;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for SI, they arc good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street,
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT !
EG-AM S: WlTlf
lOO Fort Street.
BQr Ou and after the 1st day of April, we Intend to do a strictly CASH busi
ness. All outstanding bills wo w Ish paid beforo that date.
Our Clearance Sale will Continue until April 1st.
Gloyes, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Embroidery, Laces, Ribbons,
Notions, Silks, Satins, Hurrahs, Wool Dress Goods. Cotton, Sheeting,
Linens, Curtains, Pot times, Ited Spreads, Hugs, Hoy' and Gout's
Clothing, Hats, (straw and fell); Cap, Trunks, lings,
Valines, Collars, Cuffs, Slihu, Underwear, Etc.
SST Call and see for youiself the liberal discounts we are offeilug for OASH. iSa
HOLLISTER & CO.,
lOQ IT'oi't Street.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING
JWTiMMY UUUUa l)i
In thl quiet little cltj lives n couple
with one child,
A ghl beloved by all, until, you bet,
By the influence of false frlemh, and
fairy ads. beguiled,
Sho eent to 'Frisco for a dinner f-ct.
She bought a "cheap and nasty,' and
paid an awful price,
And oen this misfortune was not all;
When her father .aw the pieces tears of
mii'iiMi llllf.il lilo m-iu.
And he went and tinned her picture to
There' a thought that's never pokon"
And a pocket bo"k that's broken,
Tlicie's a dinner -ct tint's tlitown out
In the stall, -,
And a sad aud wiser daughter
(For cxpei leuee his taught her),
And a picture that Is turned toward the
I i "K
Trunks & Yalises of all kinds.
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