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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
No mork whalers in the offing.
The Y. M. F. Society will meet this
evening in tho Cathedral schoolroom.
3 p. m. Weather
wind frcsli north-
cloudy and rainy;
Judge Dole ii hearing Intermediary
Court cases in the Supiemc Court
Tho tlino signal for the port Is Riven nt 121i.
Oni. Osec. (mklnlRhn of Greenwich time or
Hi. 28m. 34sce. p. m. of Honolulu Observatory
time. It Is Riven by tho steam wlilstlo of tho
Honolulu Pinning Mill, a few doom above
thu Custom House. The snme whistle la
sounded coiroetly nt Honolulu mean noon.
Observatory moi Idlnn, or lOh. 31m. Msec, of
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FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1892.
Stmr Kaala from Kauai
Stmr O R Bishop from Kahuku aud
Stmr Klnau for Maui and Hawaii at
2 p in
Am bktue S G Wilder, Grimths, for
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Kkv. W. P. Kirby will deliver
another discourse at the Catholic
Cathedral at 7 this ovening.
Odd Fellows cannot mins tin1 Pa
ciflc Lodge, Degree of Rebecca, anni
versary celebration thin evening.
The creditors of Captain F. I).
Walker, bankrupt, are notified to ap
pear inthe Supreme Court on Monday
to prove their claims.
No decision in the Noble election
case luiB as yet been filed in the Su
preme Court. Judge Bickerton lias
the matter under reflection.
The Liberal parly held u imi'-s
meeting in the Queen street Armory
yesterday evening, when the usual
discontented sentiments were uircd.
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kuala 21C5 bags sugar.
Stnir C R Blobop 2727 bags sugar and
packages sundry other articles.
FOREICN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S San Fianelsco, Hear-Admiral
Brown, from Shu Dieijo
U S S Iroquois from Samoa
Am bk Edward May, McClure, from
Am bk Newsboy, Johnson, from New
Hawu bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from
Am bktue Irmgaid, Schmidt, from San
Am tern Bertha Dolbeer from Eureka
Am .schr Aloha, from Port Blakely
FOREIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Hid, Mori, from Japan
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, fiom Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am wh bk Morning Star, Mar 25, from
Am bkt Katie Fliuklnger, from Puget
Sound, now due
Am bk Harvester for II Ho from San
Am ship J O Porter from Newcastle,
Mis stmr Morning Star from thu South
4-musted schr Robert Lowers, from San
Schr Eva for Mahukoua from Pan Frau
eisco Am bk Margaret from Newcastle, NSW
Bk Elsinoie from Newcastle, NSW
Bk Ceylon, from San Francisco
Bk Paul lsenberg from San Francisco
Britbk Veritas from Newcastle, N S W
Bk Coryphene from Newcastle, NSW
Bk Don Adelfo from Newcastle, NSW
Bk Don Carlos from Newcastle, NSW
Bk Uretu from Newcastle, NSW
Nor bk Posedon, from Newcastle, NSW
Nor Brig Dato from Newcastle, NSW
Sclir Ooldan Sboro from San Francisco
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr
Kinau, Mar 25 Mrs Gen'l Brown, Miss
Alice Hamill, W Mattiesson, F W
Mnttiessou, Miss Mattiesson, Miss
Goetig, Miss K Mitchler, Miss M L
Mitcliler, D Martin, O H Perkins, F
M Hubboll, R W SimpBon, Jr, H B
Hperry, Mrs A Sperry, Miss B S Sperry,
C W Smith, John H Bliss, Dr Bond,
J A Scott, L A Thurston, Jas Ronton,
W H Shipmun, M Branch, F Spencer,
Mrs Henwuy, Y Aduchi, SKasamutsu,
C See You and wife, Rev V II Kitcat
and about 40 deck.
For San Francisco, per bktne S G
Wilder, Mar 25 Mrs Moller and
From Kauai, per stmr Kaala, Mar
25 A W Keecli and 2 deck.
From Kahuku and Punaluu, per
stmr C R Bishop, Mar 25 Mr Bal,
Mr McGuiro and 12 deck.
It is pleasing to record the condi
tion of Associate Justice McOully as
improving. The Judge was able to
be in town in his carriage this morn
ing. The general verdict The new Road
Supervisor is a brick, but if it wasn't
that you all took the Bulletin, lie
wouldn't know whether your road
needed repairing or not.
The cntortainmeut by the Gleaners
and the Y. W. O. T. U. will take place
tliis evening in the Y. M. C. A. hull,
at 7 :30 o'clock. The program is
pleasing one and should attract a good
Hon. L. A. Thurston, of the Vol
cano House Company, accompanied
the outgoing tourists on thu Kinau
to-day. He will go as far as Manlaua
and will return in time to take pass
age by the Australia on Tuesday.
The U. S. S. Iroquois took in a sup
ply of provisions to-day. While at
the landing one sailor had occasion
i-to go "around the corner and re
turned with something that looked
like an "eye-opener," which wus soon
By the barkentino S. G. Wilder
which Bailed to-day were shipped 36
casks of sperm oil, lauded here from
the whalers, by the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co. The casks contained
15,882 gallons of oil, which was valued
The style of the Bulletin's picture
of the Volcano House in yesterday's
paper has been the subject of general
praise. People who would like copies
of the Weekly Bulletin containing
the picture for the foreign mail should
file their orders before Monday morn
ing. The Paradise of the Pacific will be
out to-morrow morning and will con
tain with other matter a description
of the state ball and of the handsome
costumes worn by the ladies. --- Also
the reception on the flagship San
Francisco. Don't forget your friends
There was a large gathering at the
Hotel again last night, when the sec
ond concert and illumination of the
new band stand took place. The
bandboys sang several native songs.
A dance was given in the parlor and
new lanui after the concert. Prof.
Berger on the piano led several of his
orchestral corps in furnishing music.
THE LIBEL SUIT.
A Lively Time In the I'ollrc Court-.
The libel case against J. S. Ramos,
administrator of tho Portuguese
paper Lusitana Ilawaiiana, entered
by J. M. Vivas, was hoard in tho
Police Court to-day. The article
which caused the suit to be issued
contained tho statement that J. M.
Vivas was an ntheist and "animus."
Tho plaintiff's translation of the lat
ter word was "beast." Several
Portuguese were examined to prove
tho accuracy of this translation. ,
A lively time ensued when the
plaintiff, Vivas, went on the stand.
Ho testified to having written an
article in the Seiitinclla about him
self, that ho intended to open nu
evening 9chool for Portuguese chil
dren, (rue of charge, in a Protestant
.church on Miller street. This he
said was thu cause of the obnoxious
epithet applied to him in the Hawui
iuua, as tie being a Roman Catholic
was liable to be spat on for his con
nection with a Protestant building.
On examination by V. V. Aslifoid,
the witness was asked for the trans
lation of tho word "uniinas," when
he answered "beast." Counsel again
interrogated him, asking if the word
did not also mean "aninuil," when
Vivas did considerable fencing, great
ly incensing counsel, who nt Inst
turned to the Court and stated that
the witness, who was an official inter
preter of the Court, should know
better than to do so much fencing.
Turning again to the witness Mr.
Ashford asked him the same old
question, when he said that his inter
pretation of the word was "beast."
Witness, was asked what the ab
stract of thu word was in the Portu
guese dictionary, when lie replied
that he never saw the dictionary.
Mr. Ashford then put a question as
to whether he (the witness) was not
an animal, to which the latter replied
"yes." On a question of grammat
ical construction the witness betrayed
what appeared to counsel defective
knowledge, which caused a smile of
satisfaction to spread over his brow
and his sideboards to quiver.
Mr. Ashford for the defense, after
his laborious task of examining the
complainant, moved for the discharge
of the defendant on the ground that
there was no case. Motion was de
nied. Decision was reserved until
Monday morning at 9 :30 o'clock. A.
P. Peterson appeared for the prosecution.
San Francisco, Mar. 15, 1892.
Among the San Francisco visitois
who came by the Australia is Mr.
Warren D. Clark, a member of the
firm ot Williams, Dimond & Co.,
which bus large business relations
with the islunds. Mr. Clark if on a
flying visit, returning by the same
steamer Tuesday. This is his first
visit and he is very .favorably im
pressed with tho country.
The departure of tho steamer Ki
nau this afternoon was a lively occa
sion. Many of the tourists took pass
age for the Volcano by her. A tardy
native sailor created considerable
laughter by his antics in trying to
board the vessel. He was finally
gently grasped by the seat of his
pants and as gently hauled on deck.
An exceptionally fine program has
been arranged for tho concert by the
Kawaiahao Seminary to-morrow even
ing in the Kawaiahao Church. The
seminary choristers, undor the able
training of Miss Susanne Patch, the
Hons. C. P. Iaukeu and Paul lsen
berg and Miss May Atherton will
sing, while tho Royal Hawaiian
Orchestra will play several selections,
Are you going?
A society note in the Chicago
lnter-Ocenn of Maich 1 is as fol
lows: "Charles L. Carter of Honolulu,
sou of the late Hawaiian Minister to
the United States, is at the Leland.
He is jubilant over the result of the
late elections on the islands, and snys
that it Unquestionably means the per
manent power of the Queen and the
increused usefulness and influence of
the Conservative party. Mr. Carter
is accompanied by his wife, a former
leader in Ann Arbor society, whom
he married while unending the Uni
versity of Michigan."
C. J. McCarthy ha, lots
street for sale.
The Brunswick uie theouly
Purlois in town.
The bark Edward May
foot of Fort Btreet Is taking lu stone
-ballast. She will leave for Ilongkoug as
soon as ballusteiL
ThebuikenilueS G Wilder, Griffiths
master, sailed to-day for San Francisco
with besides u deck load of casks of oil,
10,500 bass of sugar, valued at 801,477.
l'J. Thu shlppeis were O Brewer & Co
and V A Schaefer& Co.
Messrs. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, writo us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism there
as follows: "The wife of Mr. Wm.
Pruitt, the Postmaster here, had been
bed-ridden with rheumatism for sev
eral years. She could get nothing
to do liur any good. We sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm
and she was completely cured by its
use. We refer uny one to her to
verify this statement." 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers, Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents,
AFRAID TO VEHTURE.
BeHult or the Political JUaalH ot the
American Hnsar Industry.
The following is an editorial note
in the Indianapolis Journal :
The hostile attitude of the Demo
crats in Congress towards the sugar
bounty has so alarmed tho capitalists
who were preparing to embark in the
beet-sugar business that they have
decided to suspend further operations
until after tho next presidential elec
tion. Not a single factory will be
built in the United States this season
on account of the doubt as to whether
the sugar bounty is to be repealed or
not. In this, as in other respects,
the Democratio party la a menace to
A MOHSTER CRAB.
A monster crab is on exhibition In
the uew drug store, crowds of people
being attracted thereto. It is the
largest one ever seen in town and is
more like a lobster than a crab. The
claws on the crustacean are enormous.
The crab was caught at Koolau by a
native. Part of it U lodged in a large
shell. The supposition is that the
crab weut iuto the shell when young
ami has grown in it, becoming such
a size that it had to make it a perma
nent home. The creature is kept
alive in salt water.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of H
will meet this evening.
Five dollars' lewaid is ofleied for
tho return of a lost dog.
After hhuving uo Cucumber Skin
Tunic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Jas. F. Morgan will tell furniture
of J. Spencer, opposite No. 1 engine
house, King street, nt 10 Monday.
Delicious coilee and chocolate will
be served every morning euily at tho
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigscu,
& Cron, Hotel street. 1-tf
Get your noots and timet nintle
and repaired by the old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Toennies, on East
Hotel street. First-clasb work, low
prices. . 4-tl
S. Ehklich & Co., proprietors of
the Temple of Fashion, have had to
enlaige the borders of their space, in
order to tell of their novelties and dis
pluy for the season. Their advertise
ment on tho fourth page must not
lr you want good sausage for break
fast or luncheon, the finest sausages
in the Kingdom uru the Celebrated
Cambrhlgo Pork Sausage and Bologna
made at thu City Market, Nitunnu
street, opposite Queen Emma Hull,
Joh. Tinker, Prop. 3-lm
In connection with tiieir adoption
of tlie cash system, Egan it Gunn are
doing something that is bound to be
popular. That is, advertising prices
of articles in ofleriug bargains. Their
new advertisement shows big cuts in
gloves and silk ribbon.
Complete returns from Seattle's
municipal elections show that the
Democrats elected all their officers at
largo by majorities ranging from
2000 down. E. Ronald (Dem.) was
elected Mayor by 1790 plurity. The
Republicans elect two members of
tho House of Delegates.
The first Republican convention of
the Choctaw Nation wus held at
South McAllister (Ind. T.) March
12th, mid officers chosen for the
nationnl organization. The Terri
torial convention meets on May 23d
to select delegates to Minneapolis.
For the first time In years the
Democrats gamed control of the city
government in Portland, Me. They
elected a majority of the Council in
joint ballot and their Mayor. They
celebrated the event by parading the
streets with bands' and torclms.
Gen. Alger is on his way to 'Cali
fornia to attend the annual meeting
of the Fort Bragg Redwood Com
pany . He said to a reporter that the
trip was purely..a private business af
fair, but upon being interviewed in
regard to his name being used for
the Republican presidential nomina
tion lie said that lie had concluded to
enter tho field.
A Baltimore paper publishes tho
personal presidential preferences of
ninety-six editors of Maryland, Vir
ginia, and West Virginia. The total
for Cleveland in the three Stales is
3G, against 25 for all tho other candi
dates. The Republican preferences
are mainly for Harrison.
Senator Chandler says: "This
year New Hampshire has a piesideu
tial candidate, and tho Slate will be
found in earnest in presenting his
name at the national convention.
That is, his name will be presented
if the strength we expect from the
South is fortlicomiiiR. Ex-Senator
Blair is our candidate, and as lie re
presents the labor, educational and
temperance ideas of the country, we
expect he will prove a formidable
Democrats and Republicans are
organizing clubs all over this city,
and in fact I might say nil over the
News from Paris says the Munici
pal Council has elected as its Presi
dent, Snnton, a well-known socialist.
Political clubs are being organized
throughout the republic of Mexico,
supporting the re-election of Presi
dent Diaz. The latest organization
is the Aldano Club, with a member
ship of 3000 workingmeu, which has
just been formally installed in the
city of Leon. A large number of
campaign journals have been started
in the principal cities of Mexico with
in the past few weeks, all supporting
Diaz's re-election. It is 'believed
that General Diaz will have a com
plete walkover in June, though some
assert that General Treviro of Mon
terey is making a quiet effort to se
cure control of the coming conven
tion and elevate himself to the Pres
idency. Otter Tail county is the center of
the Alliance strength in Minnesota
and it was sought at their convention
held last Saturday to give the now
People's party a good sendoff from
that point. President Donnelly of
the Alliance had appointed a com
mittee to manipulate things up there,
but they were refused recognition by
the anti-Donnelly element, which
handled matters in the interest of the
old Alliance party. This method of
procedure is to prevail in all the
northern and western counties. The
People's party is to be repudiated in
every possible instance and delegates
choseu to an Alliance State Conven
tion. The plan is to hold a straight
Alliance Convention, repudiate the
People's party,sub-Treasury schemes,
say nothing on free silver, nominate
Sidney M. Owen for Governor, ask
the Democrats for his endorsement,
and offer to divide the presidential
electors, giving the Democrats five
out of nine. The anti-Donnelly men,
who number about three-fifths of the
Alliance, employ this method to clip
tho wings of Sir. Donnelly who is
looking towards the Presidency.
Schools for the instruction of the
voters in the Australian system are
being formed in San Francisco under
the direction of both political parties.
The Republican State Convention
to elect delegates to the National
Convention met at Austin, Tex.,
with about GOO delegates present,
two-thirds of whom were, negroes.
The delegation will be solid for Harrison.
Are You Ever Tliirsty
These warm days and want some
thing besides water to quench your
thirst? If bo, wo can offer you a
package that will make fivo gallons of
tho most delicious Root Beer. This
preparation is made directly fiom
fresh barks and roots. It conies in
liquid form, requires no boiling or
straining. Drank freely it keeps the
system in n healthy condition. It is
Have you ever heard of the Seven
Southerland Sisters who are cele
brated for their long tresses of beauti
ful hair. Tln ray this unusual growth
was induced by using a hair tonic
which they discovered and aie now
selling to those leis foitunate. They
also found tioubto with dnuditiu", as
wo nil do moie or less. Their Scalp
Cleaner removes all such deleterious
matter. We've these anil Hall's, Mrs.
Allen's, Barry's Tiicoplierous, Ciubo
line, Ruin & Quinine and others.
Sometimes people are not satisfied
witli the color of thoii hau.und de
wire a change. Hair Dyes will bring
this about. We keep Hill's, Buck
ingham's nud others.
How about imwquitocs these uigbts?
Remember we keep Buhach and the
Burners for the same.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Ifort & JCinu Htreuls.
& Y. W. G. T. 0,
FRIDAY EVENING, March 25th,
TVJ. O. A.
AT 7:1J0 O'CLOCK.
'M Xfi r" f J-zf m
..The Misses Hopper and Wlddifleld
Vocal Solo il. M. A. Miller
..The Mioses SchaeferanirLawience
Leap Year Pastorale
Vocal Solo Miss Dow-ett
Grandmother's Ghost Story
Puuahou Glee Club
Admission, : 50 Cts.
WK AKE NOW HECEIVINO HIE
i:vek liitoumrr to Honolulu.
ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS!
Prices Lower than Ever !
Call and Examine !
WILDER & CO.
The customer said, when teased to
buy another kind of stove when she
wanted a Fischer Steel Range,
WHAT A DIFFERENCE
there would be lu the matter of fuel
if I should buy an iron stove 1 My
friends arc nearly nil using the
Fischer Range and they tell me they
only consume 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.
1M Fort Street,
Friday, sSiitwrilny ami ivronclity, -we vlll oflVsr our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
REGULAR PRICE, 75;
8-Button Sac Gloves, 75c, regular price, $1.
ALL-SILK RIBBON, CHEAP FOR CASH !
No. 1, C5c ; No. 3, 75c ; No. 5, 80c ; No. 7, $1 ; No. 9, $1.25 ;
No. 12,11.40, No. 16, $1.75.
GRAND OPENING OF
Parisian Pattern Hats, Bonnets & Toques I
WILL BE OPEN FOR INSPECTION ON.
Frill, Sam k liai, iarcl 2511, 26ft &28II.
LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
1 04 Fort Street,
AKING A SHOT
a fc... il
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he usee til
M. A, SEEO
AND BUYS HIS
An organization called the San
Francisco Women's California Book
Exhibit for the World's Fair has
been formed in this city. The object
of the society is to collect a com
plete library of books by California
writers, Hies of papers, extinct and
existing, scrap-books of scuttored
poems and sketches worthy of pre
servation, and to present them us an
exhibit at the World's Fair by the
women of San Francisco. After the
Fair the collection will be piesented
to the Golden Gate Park museum as
a monument of the labors of Califor
nia writers. Irving M. Scott, Presi
dent of the State World's Fair Com
mission, presented the society witli
$50. The dues of tho society are $1
or the donation of a book to the
value of $1.
A Honolulu enquirer into the thco
sophic way has requested the inser
tion of this item:
flM.n 'IHiaAcmtliiclu nt Attiorlf.il ivltn
1 I jiu lutuauifiMvw w. .. ., ...if
are a wen orguui&cu uouy, uri pre
paring for their Annual Convention
next April. It will take place on the
24th and 2oth of April. The place
selected is the large assembly-room
of tho Palmer House, Chicago.
Delegates will attend from all parts
of tho country, and there will also
be delegates from foreign countries.
The meetings are expected to be In
teresting.as resolutions will be passed
in respect to tho disposal of the por
tion of the ashes of the late Madame
Blavatsky which was given to the
American Section of the Society. It
is expected also that the subject of
hypnotism and legislation by the
States restricting hypnotic experi
ments will be discussed, us thu Theo
bophists seem to think that they,
from their alleged greater knowledge
of thu subject, see iu the future
more dauger from hypnotism than
physicinns generally credit it with.
Hvnuuhn relieved ut onco by Cu
cumber Tonic, Beneon, Smith & Co.,
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
We make a specialty of
Stamping Patterns and are now
ready to take orders in that line.
A brand new stock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fringes, Draperies mid other
- artistic goods are offered to the
ladies of Honolulu.
IOU btnt Street,
LUSTER & CO.,
: : . : : t Honolulu, II. 1.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
New Goods by Late Arrivals !
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
COMMON Mumoiuiiduiu Book,
leather covers, red cuVe leaves,
containing pupeis of no value to anyone
but owner. A suitable reward will be
putd for It- delivery ut tills olllce.
HOUSE & LOT FOK SALE.
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE REST QUALITY.
'From I Gallon to 800 Gallons).
aF We aro the only Authorised Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CC
B. F. BHLERS & CO.
Young stieet. Hounu
contains live rooms,
Kitchen, bathroom, etc. Lot
60xHU feet. For further paitlculars
apply to JOSE MKDKIHOS, i
370 1m Young stieet.
Win-1 1 von want, a Portrait f
Enlarged call on King Bros.,
got ii.oir pi ice littt and turn
suiuples. They can't be beat.
f '.TRIO ISO1.
thuu former prices in every
After taking Mock we offer superior values for less
CHENILLE PORTIERES, FROM f 0.50 UPWARD,
JLiinliow' Sc CHiilcli'eii'M Oosnmev
AT ALL STYLES AND PRICES.
GENTS' SBIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
SOCKtf AND SCARFS AT COST.
X3B Dressmaking under the management ot MISS K. CLARKE,
' L -wm
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