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time. It Is (jlvcn by thu steam wlilstlo of the
Honolulu Pinning Mil), n tew Uooiil tibovo
tlio Custoiu llouso. The stune whistle Is
sou nil in! correctly ut Honolulu menu noon.
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THURSDAY, MARCH 2-1, 1892.
Am 4-mupted schooner Aloha, K Dabel,
30 days from Port Blakely
II B M S Pheasant, Blair, for San Fran
cisco VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Stiiir Kiniiu for Aluui and Hawaii ut
2 p m
The burkentiuc Uncle John sailed for
San Krauol'oo on March 22d, had on
hoard 7C18 bags (914,7fi!I lbs) sugar,
valued at S2 1.000.48. II Hnckfeld & Co
and M ti Grlnbauin & Co were the ship
pers. Tile schooner .Jennie Ward set sail for
Mahukoua, Hawaii yesterday to load
sugar for San Francisco.
The line now unoriean four-masted
schooner Aloha, under conitnaud of K
Dabel, arrived from Port Blakely this
mornhig with a heavy load of lumber.
She won the admiration of the 'long
shoremen by her beautiful build and
model. She was designed and built by
Hall Bros., who nave won fame for
A second-hand bnike is wanted.
I'll moot vou -M the Brunswick.
Reward is offered for a lost memo,
" O. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
t-tiopt foj'nlu. 3-tf
Laijikh will find an advertisement
of Kit Aliiiie store in this issue.
Claims uguiust the Road Board are
called fur by, the Ro.id Supervisor.
Aitei: iuving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. BtMit-nn, Smith & Co., Agents.
'K. Pojjkyn, assignee
Co., has mi important
of Ah Yot &
notice in this
SiiNiitiRN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
The Golden Rule Bazaar oilers ad
vantages iu the instalment plan.
A notice to the advantage of Marin
Palmer appears through the Foreign
Office from the Probuto Office at De
Diu.irioi's coilce and chocolate will
be reived every morning early at tho
Pnliieo leu Cieani Purloin, Ludwigsen,
& Qion, llnli'l stieot. 1-tf
The Foreign Olfico announces the
appointment of Sunlior Augusto da
Silva Moroii'.i us Hawaiian Consul at
Ht. Michaels, Azoies,
Get youi ooots und shoes mudo
and lepaired -ry the old Wuiluku
hhoumuker, L. Toennies, on East
Hotel stieul. Fiisl-olass work, low
L. J. Levey will sell tho whole of
the murchiiiulibo and store fittings ol
Tui l.liug, bankrupt, ut his sales
looms Monday next at 10 a. m. A
good chance lo get bargains.
Grand opening of summer milli
nery will tuko place at Sachs' storo,
No. 104. Fori street, on Friday, Satur
day anil Monday when 1'nrUiun pat
torn huts, bonnets and toques will bo
Holmster & Co, nicely supplement
the Bulletin's new doparturo in il
lubttatcd journalism. Their picture
of a member of the Camera Club tak
ing a shot will make everybody in
stinctively try to "look pleasant."
lr you want good sausage for break
fust or luncheon, the finest saueageH
iu the Kingdom are tho Celebrated
Cambridge Pork Sausage and Bologna
made at the City Market, Nuuunu
street, opposite (Jueen Emma Hall,
Jos, Tinker, Prop, SMm
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
The police havo starlcd u systemat
ic routing of gambling dens.
Thu men's prayer meeting at tlio
Y. iVl. O. A. to-morrow evening will
open nt 7 o'clook.
The "Diversiucd Industries' series
of articles published in tlio Bollktin
are being eagerly read.
A mkmiieh of the Police .force ud
mittetl in Court this morning that he
lmtl often llguri'd in a clie fa drawing.
The prisoners in tlio Polico Station
awaiting trial were enjoying Ilium
selves this morning with aciobalic
Since the ilepartuio oi Mr. Heniy
Smith, Chief-Clerk of the Supremo
Court, the other clerks have been kept
The fourth anniversary of Pacific
Rebecca Degree Lodge, I. O. O. F.,
will be observed Friday evening. This
is the ladies' branch of Odd Fellow
Owing to tho tliroiu? iu the Hotel
thu other night a diineo after the con
cert, was omitted. One will be given
in the new lanai after tho concert this
None but native songs will be snug
at the bund concert this evening, as
the tourists naturally prefer them to
songs that are chestnuts where they
IlKMEMUBit the opening discourse
in English, of a series of throe, to be
delivered at the Roiium Catholic
Cathedral by Rev. W. 1 Kirby this
evening at 7 o'clock.
A race on the new truck near the
Volcano House will probably lake
place after the 4th of July races at
Maui, when horses can be easily
shipped in good trim.
Three deserters from the whaler
Mermaid are languishing in prison
under medical treatment, owing to a
slight touch of insanity. They were
considered improving this morning.
The auction sale advertised to take
place to-morrow, Friday, 25th March,
at the residence of Mons. G. B. il'An
glade, is withdrawn as nil the effects
havo been disposed of at private sale.
H. B. M. S. Pheasant left today
for San Francisco at 1 o'clock. She
blew her syren whistle ub she was
leaving her moorings, while the band
of the U. S. F. S. San Francisco play
ed some lively airs. Good-by Phea
sant, come again.
A letter of condolence in a nice
frame from Engine Co. No. 1 to the
family of the late George Lucas is ex
hibited in n window of the Pacific
Hdrdwuro Co.'s store. The drafting
was dono by Viggo Jacobsen and is a
beautiful specimen of his art.
A decision was filed yesterday in
the case of T. V. Rawlins vs. J. C.
White, Superintendent of Water
Works, for $300 damages, by His
Honor the Police Justice. Judgment
was given in favor of the defendant.
Plaintiff noted an appeal to the In
The habeas corpus case was lieaid
in the Supreme Court to-day. After
hearing thu Court ordered the release
of Ah Hung, of the sixty-four Chi
nese, claiming that C. B. Reynolds,
the Board of Health Agent, had no
right to hold him. No decision was
given with regard totho others.
For tho benefit of those who did
not see it the first lime, there will be
another instantaneous illumination of
the Hotel band stand at 7 :30 this ev
ening. As the turning on of all tho
lights at once involves a severe shock
to the transformers as well us to the
dynamo it will not be attemp'ed at
An oil painting of His late Majesty
Kalakaua nicely framed is on exhibi
tion in tho Pacific Hardware Co.'s
art window. It is the property of
Captain John Ross, who purchased it
from L. J. Levey for $10. Mr. Levey
has received paintings of the Hon. C.
R. Bishop, Cecil Brown and other
prominent people from Japan. They
came by tho last steamor.
William HAyES, carpenter on the
U. S. F. S. Sun Francisco, is missing
from that vessel. Ho desorted a few
days ago and all efforts to appreheud
him, under the stimulus of a $10 ro
wurd, have been futile. The police
state that there have been no deser
tions worth mentioning from the San
Francisco when compared with the
ease of the Charleston when here.
THAT ASSAULT CASE.
James Burrington and James Cam
pion were brought up in the Polico
Court to-day for trial. The prosecu
tion entered a nolle pros, against the
former charge of assault and they
are now charged with "assault and
battery with a weapon obviously and
Imminently dangerous to life, to wit,
a knife, on I'. Ryan, on or about
March 20." The men have been
admitted to 8500 ball each. The
case was again remanded until Mon
day next, owing to the Inability of
Ryau to appear. C. W. Ashford is
attorney for James Barrington. His
bondsman is Thus. Wright, who is
convinced that ho did not do the
The Royal Hawaiian Military Hand
will give a grand concert in the now
band stand at the Hawaiian Hotel
this evening. Followlug Is the pro
Overture Light Cuvulry Suppe
Selection Truvlata Verdi
Holo and Chorus Like uo a Like
March Prince Blsmurck Nelil
Ovcrturo Euglo's Nest Isemnaii
Solo and Chorus Poll Puiiiehaiia
Egyptian Midnight Parade Isenimui
Waltz Guspcronne Mlllocker
Solo und Chorus Main 1 ke Ao
Medley Noith ami South, .. ....Tobunl
Galop Vlvat the Emperor Zlkoff
Hit wall Ponol.
KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE.
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The above cut is a good leproduetion from u photograph by Williams of
tho new Volcano House. On the tight is seen the fiont of the old house,
with a new cottage beyond. There are 28 bediooms in the hostelry, with
good accommodation for 70 guests. The parloi is 17ft.x2'J(t., with a bay win
dow in the lower, and it hns a glazed veranda", l'ift.x21ft., attached.' Tho
vorandu 1ms sliding windows, adopting it to any phase of weather, and is
used as a lounging room. The parlor opens buck into the dining room,
20ft.x32ft., and another way by folding doors into the reception room,
22fl.x23fl. These- front rooms look out diicctly on the crater. The reception
and dining rooms of the old building havo boon converted into a billiard
room, 2!5ft x!10ft. A gi cat feature of the new hotel consists iu the sulphur
steam baths. The steam is conveyed from Hie sulphur banks 800 feet in a
wooden pipe to tho ladies' bath room in tlio hotel, and to the gentlemen's
bath loom iu an outhouse. There are open fire places in the parlor, recep
tion and billiard looms, also in the cottage. Every comfort und luxury avail
able has been provided for guests, mid, as will be seen from n report in this
paper, the company hus determined on accessories for plcasuie-giviug which
will make Hie Volcano House a desirable place for recuperation and recrea
tion as well a a meie house of entertainment for vifitois to one of the
greatest sights on earth the Volcano of Kilauea.
Important Meeting of tlie Ki-
lanea Volcano House
Five Thousand Dollars
Haw Stock Ordered Is
sued for Additional
There was a special meeting of the
Kilauea Volcano House Company
held at the handsome new room of
the Chamber of Commerce iu Camp
bell Block this forenoon. Mr. V.
R Castle, President, occupied the
chair, besides whom the following
stockholders were present: Mr. L.
A. Thurston, Secretary ; Mr. A. J.
Cartwright, lions. John Ena, E. C.
Maefarlanel and W. C. Wilder,
Messrs. John II. Sopcr, E. M.
Walsh, O. A. Steven, F. J. Testa,
Henry Watcihouse, W. W. Hall,
John F. Colburn, D. B. Smith, Cecil
Brown, C. M. Cooke, T. W. Hohron,
S. I J. Rose, Secretary of Wildcr's
Steamship Company, and Peter Lee,
manager of the Volcano House.
Mr. Thurston on behalf of the
Directors submitted a statement of
the affairs of the compnny which ap
pears below, with recommendations
for improvements for which an issue
of new stock to the amount of $5000
The recommendations were adopt
ed, the new stock voted being for the
following purposes: To pay off the
present indebtedness, to add a second-class
dining room and lodging
room, to make an addition to tho
stable plant costing 750, and new
drives costing $800.
The special business of the meet
ing having thus been despatched,
Mr. Thurston made a few remarks.
He said as far as he could see the
prospects were exceedingly favora
ble. They had thus fnr only run
behind SC3 a month in current ex
penses. Round trip tickets issued
this month would realize more than
three times as much as their whole
Mr. Cartwright said it was under
stood that this was not a scheme for
making profits out of directly, but lo
get tourists hore to spend their money
in Honolulu, Hilo and elsewhere" in
tho group. Yet all the better if tho
stockholders should make six or eight
percent profit. Bolow is the state
ment referred to iu tho foregoing re
port of the meeting, only omitting
the items of assets and liabilities:
MttttruiPiit of I'lllllliellll Htutuwur tlm ,
Vnleuno IIoumu Company, Murcli
This is not intended as a full item
ized statement of the business of the
Company, since its formation ; but i
as a summary of the present financial
standing of thu Company, and mi ill
cient of the detail of the running re
ceipts and expenditures, und busi
ness done as compared with the same
period hist year, to enable the stock
holders to understand the present
status and future prospects of the
(JA8H IN 1IANH AND DUE THE COMPANY.
The cash in hand and amounts due
to the Company amount to $0823,91.
Unsold shares, available for sale, 58
at $25, $8iJ73.91.
AMOUNTS DUE UY THE COMPANV.
The amounts due by the Company
Excess of cash liabilities
over cash assets $18G3 11
Excess of liabilities over as
sets if remaining shares
are taken up , . 4 12 20
Of the cash assets, two items, O.
T. Shipman S1000 and J. R. Wilson
SI 118.87, are for live stock and trans
portation plant sold to them respec
tively, which are being paid for out
of their monthly bills against the
Company O. T. Shipman by fur
nishing the Company with beef, but
ter and milk, and Wilson by trans
portation on the Kau side.
Although these two accounts will
probably be paid in full during the
year, they are not now available with
which to pay debts.
There is therefore needed to pay
all liabilities of the Company, the
amount of the above last two items,
plus the deficiency above indicated.
In order to meet this deficiency it
is necessary to borrow the amount,
or sell stock sufficient to pay it. The
number of sliares which would have
to be issued to cover the debt would
The number of shares still availa
ble for issue is 58. The issue of
shares proposed would be, therefore,
101 more than the present authorized
Since making up this statement 71
sliares amounting to $1775 have been
subscribed for, leaving S220C.1I8 bal
ance to be provided for. J
THE BUSINESS OP THE COMPANY.
The following brief statement of
the business of the company will af
ford a basis for estimating what can
be relied upon in the future.
The company took over the Volca
no House and the Punnluu Hotel on'
the 1st of March, 1891. It was ex
pected that the now buildings would
be completed in July, but owing to
the great difficulty of transportation
of lumber and material they were
not completed and ready for occupa
tion until iibout Oct. 1st.
From June to October there was
, an average of over 20 workmen at
; the house, making it difficult to prop
l orly care for travelers with the lim-
iled accommodations available. Trav
I elers who came were cared for us
, well as the circumstances would ad
i mil, but no advertising was done and
! iio effort was made to increase travel.
j October 1st is therefore the date from
I which data should he drawn upon
j which to base au estimate of future
UUNNINfJ RECEIPTS AND EXPENSES OC-
' TOIIEll 1ST TO MARCH 1ST.
Receipts. KxpoiiHOH, Dolleiun ey.
,4384.35 5428.30 1013.95
Total deficiency during last three
months, $189.37, or au average of
$03.12 per month. From this show
ing it appears that to meet expenses
it will bo necessary to increase the
receipts or decrease the expenses
$03.12 a month. It is bclieVed by
the directors that both can be accom
plished. KIRST DECREASE OK EXPENS V.S.
One Item of expense has been the
I'unaluu Hotel. The net running
expenses of this department over and
above the receipts during the last five
months has been at the rate of about
825 a month. A new arrangement
has been made beginning with the
1st of March, by which the hotel Is
rented out for $15 a month, the les
see paying the g'ound rent of 125
There will therefore be au income
of $17 per month Instead of an ex
peuso of $25, equivalent to a reduc
tion of $12 a month in the dlfferenco
between the receipts and expenses.
This leaves only $21 to be dispos
Heretofore there as been no
charge made for steam baths, billiard
table, or for uso of horses and car
riages at the hotel.
A regular schedule of charges for
these items went into effect March
1st, and the receipts therefrom will
considerably more than equal tho
' THE TRAVEL TO THE VOLCANO.
The number of tickets issued dur
ing the five mouths has been as follows:
1. I. S. N.
W. S. Co.
Grand Total 78
an average of 15 per month.
The number Issued. during the last
3 months has been :
Single. I. I. S. N 17
Double I. I. S N.
an average of 19.
Willi an average during the lat
three months of only 19 tickets, the
cash deficiency has only been $03 a
The average net receipts of the
company from each ticket are about
An increase in the average number
of tickets to 23 a month should
therefore, other things being equal,
wipe out the monthly deficiency
There have already been issued
during Match 29 single and 18
double round trip tickets with one
trip each yet to be made by the Ki
nati and Hall, with 19 passengers
already booked. If no more go this
will make a total for the mouth of GO
or about 3 times the average number
necessary to pay expenses.
PROSPECTS OK FUTURE 11US1NESS.
Irrespective of the increase in for
eign travel, which is very marked,
with every indication of steadily in
creasing, it is believed by the direc
tors that the local travel from Hono
lulu will be large during the coming
summer. A large number of persons
have indicated their intention of
spending a mouth at the Volcano. A
very few regular boarders would
make a great difference iu the re
ceipts of the company, as the regular
plant expense has to go on just the
OTHER SOURCES OK INCREASE IN BUSI
NESS TRIPS TO MAUNA LOA.
It is the intention of the company
to organize trips to the top of Ma
nna Loa during the summer, for
which special round trip tickets will
be issued. Prcliminari' arrange
ments for this have already been
made. The first trip will be made
early in July, the exact date and
terms to be duly advertised.
RACE COURSE AT THE VOLCANO.
The flat at the west of the Volcano
House is one of the finest sites iu the
countiy for a race course. The soil
is sandy enough to prevent mud, and
loamy enough to pack, while the cool
climate of the locality is an ideal one
for the development of spirit and
speed iu the horses.
A mile track of the new kite shape
pattern, can be put into shape for
A number of people on Hawaii in
terested in the subject, have offered
to subscribe money and assist in
forming a Hawaii racing association,
similar to the one now in existence
on Maui and Oahtt.
Owners of horses which now parti
cipate in the races on the 11th of June
on Oahu and the 1th of July on Maui,
have signified the willingness to take
part in races at the Volcano on the
31st of July if proper accommodations
are provided. I here would be no
difficulty in taking animals ashore at
Kaaiualu on the Kau side.
DESIRABLE ADDITION TO PRESENT PLANT.
The directors desire to add to the
present plant, several more horses
and carriages ; a second class dining
and lodging room ; and several miles
of drives to cost about $2000.
By the issuance of $5000 more
stock, the indebtedness of the Com-
' pauy will be paid up, these improve
ments secured, autl a working capi
tal of $1000 or po allowed.
This course is hereby recommend
ed by the directors.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY
If ornfurd'H Arid I'liospbntc,
Dr. II. T. Turner, Kusson, Minn.,
says: "I have found it very beneficial
in nervous debility, from any cause,
and for indigestion."
Are Yon ETBr Thirsty
These warm days and want some
thing besides water to quench your
thirst? If so, wo can offer you u
package that will make five gallons of
the most delicious Root Beer. This
pieiiaration is niado directly from
fresh barks and roots, It comes in
liquid form, requires no boiling or
straining. Drank freely il keeps tho
bysttuu in a healthy condition. It is
Have you ever heard of the Sovon
.Soulhcrlund SUters who aro cele
brated for their long tresses of beauti
ful hair. They say tiiis unusual growth
was induced by using u hair tonic
which- they discovered and are now
selling to those less fortunate. They
also found trouble with duudrulT, as
wo all do nioru or less. Their Scalp
Cleaner removes all such deleterious
matter. We've these and Hull's, Mrs.
Allen's, Barry's Tricophorous, Carbo
lino, Rum k Quinine and others.
Sometimes people are not satisfied
with the color of thoir hair, and de
sire a cb.u.o, Hair Dyes will bring
this about Wo keep Hill's, Buck
ingham's and others.
How about mosquitoen these nights?
Renieniber wo keep Buhach and the
Burners for the same.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner i-'ort. fc lOnur htnnln,
WIhm you want a Portrait
Enlarged cull on King Bi-oh,,
got ti.cir prlco lint and sue
biuunles. Tlioy cun't bo beat.
GRAND OPENING OF
Parisian Pattern Hats, Bonnets & Toques I
WILL BE OPEN FOR INSPECTION ON
Friday, Satnrtlay k Monflay, Marcn M, 26IH & 28H$
jCfiT LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND jg(M
104 Fort Street,
And he is sure to get
a good Negative, be
cause ho uses tlie
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PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, LYL,
New Coods by
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
'From 1 Gullou to 800 Gallons').
tSf We .are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and aro
prepared to qtibto special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
O A. (5 JbL WTORE!
EGA &. GUlSSlNr
lOO Vovl litvaat.
You can get All-wool ChullU, Diets Goods, latest patterns; Black Goods,
White Goods, Ginghams. Kill Gloves, Silk Gloves, Mitts, Ladles' and Children's
Underwear, Hosiery, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs. Ladles' and Chlldreu's
Jackets and Coats. Luce and iZinbrolilcries, Etc. Examine our Ribbon Stock
for bargains. If you want a Silk l)rcs, look through our Silk Department.
m is m? jl. to en. Jto .N :
If you want Shirts, thU is thu place. If you waut Collars and Cuffs, this Is the
iilaeo. tiavo money and get your Neckwear, Undershirts, Socks, Etc., here. ThU
is the place to get your lints. If you waut a Traveling Bag or Trunk, come to us
and wo will ill you out. If you are looking for a Suit for your little boys, conio In
und see us, We can Ht you out for the leait money. Boy's Kneo Punts In all-wool
and linen . We will not ho undersold by anyone. Remember CASH Is what talks.
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Profosnor of Dancing.
Children (from i) years upwards) Class
hi Ball anil Fancy Dancing und Phylcul
Culture every Saturday, from 2 to 5
p. m. Terms, H'i a month In advance.
Visitors allowed on Saturdays,
Adults' Class In Ball Room Dancing
every Wednesday, from 7i30 to 10 -00
p. m. Gents, 65; Ladles, Q'i u mouth hi
AKION 4V Li lu .
Ot'KIOi:, i j IS! Fori bCrcct.
BUT OH !
The customer said, when teased to
buy another kind of stove when Bhe
wanted a Fischer Steel Range,
WHAT A DIFFERENCE
there would be in the matter of "fuel
if I should buy an Iron stove I My
friends are nearly all using the
Fischer Range and they tell me they
only consumu half the quantity of
wood or coal. That Is an important
item of expense and, then
matter of baking, I'm sure nothing
could bake so beautifully as a Fischer.
The oven heats so quickly that in
fifteen minutes after the fire is light
ed you may have hot biscuits for
breakfast. I'm very sorry but I
guess I will get a Fischer Range from
the HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.
AND BUYS HIS
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Jlonolnln, II. .
Late Arrivals !
For YoKoliaina & HonEkonE.
The S. S. ZA.MBFSI,
Geo, Edwards, JI--'r
Will sail for the ,ovu l)olfs
,vrirr o, i8Dtt.
Hay-For''"111 ot Fre,St or Passage
t HEO, H. DAVIES 4 CO.,
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