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t Saturdays only.
SATURDAY, MARCH 2(5, 1892.
Stinr Mokolii from Molokai
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Schr Mury E Foster from Makawell
Stmr Walmanalo from Maul
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mokolii 70 sheep,
hides, and 20 pigs.
3 horses, 104
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Am torn Ucitha Dolbcer,
Am bktue lrmgaid, Schmidt,
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr O R Bishop for Wulaiiiic, Walulua
and ICahuku at 9 a m
Stmr Mokolil for Molokai at 5 p m
From Molokai and Lanui, pel stmr
Mokolii. March 26 Hon F H Hay
scldeii, Brother FrancN, Mibs Jennie
Grey and 12 deck.
The new shed lately elected by the
Government near the boat landing is a
welcome accommodation, and highly
appicciated by those who have to -wait
for conveyances to their vessels.
The steamer Mokolii which ariived
this morning leports a rather rough
trip, and a lough sea on the coast of
The barkentiue Skagit having dis
chaiged her lumber will be towed to
Kahului on Tuesday by tlm steamer
Claudlne wheie she will load vith sugar
for San Francisco.
The steamer Claudiue fioui Maui and
the steamer Mikabala fiom Kauai will
be due to-moirow morning.
The steamer AV G Hall will be due
from Maui and Hawaii on Tuesday morn
ing next. This quick leturn is owing
to the fact that the steamer Austialia
will leave at noon on that day, aud the
connection is made therefor.
Business along the city front is
booming these days. What with the
transposition of sugar from the other
islands for expo: t to San Francisco and
other local traffic, the 'longshoremen are
kept very busy. McKinley bill or no
bill everything goes. That "autocrat of
the gang-plank" is the only dissatls
Following is the program for the
conceit at Kawaiahao Church this
evening by the pupils of Kawaiahao
1. Overluie "Enchantment". .
2. Chorus "A Welcome, We
Gavotte "Queen's Jubilee" .
Her Majesty Queen Liliuokalani
Solo "My Queen". Blumontlml
Hon. Paul Isenberg.
"The Dearest Spot on Earth
to Me" Benedict
Pupils of,the First Choral Class.
ti. Solo and Quartette "Kanani
(Words composed by Mrs. A. A, Haa
lelea; music by Naone.)
7. Ghoius "Full and Harmoni
ous." (arranged from Gihby
Duet "Onward, Bonny Boat"
Pupils of First Choral Clasa.
9. "Egyptian Midnight Paiado"
Royal Hawaiian Orchestra.
10. "Song of the Hop-pickers."
Duet and Chorus "Puahi a
ka Lani Queen Liliuokalani
Solo "Burst, yo Apple Blos
soms" Stephen Emory
Miss May C. Atherton.
Waltz Trio "O'or Blooming
The second discourse of the week
night series by Rev. W. P. Kirby of
San Francisco last night attracted a
congregation that crowded the Catho
lic Cathedral. Father Kirby's sub
ject was, "AriBe and prepare your
self for the judgmeut day!" His
discourse wus one of great eloquence
aud power. Mrs. J. F. Bowler and
Miss Fredcrica Nolle sang duets be
fore and after tho sermon, The third
discourse will be delivered this even
ing. Father Kirby will preach at
the 10 o'clock mass to-morrow.
The Ariou picnio at Remond Grove
is, owing to the threatening aspect
of the weather, postponed from this
evening till Saturday evening two
weeks hence. Then it is expected
the weather will be more settled,
while moonlight will enhance the
charms of the occasion.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY
Use Horarord'n Acid lMioMjiUnte.
Dr. H. T. Tuunku, Kasbon, Minn.,
says: "I have found it very beneficial
in uervous debility, from uy oauae,
and for indigestion,"
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Good boy, Willio.
Enoink Co. No. 2 will have a diill
Diamond IIkad, 12 in. Weather
lmy, wind fresh northeast.
Hon. L. A. Thuisloiuoturns on the
steamer Glaudino to-morrov.
Inti:umki)IAIiy eases will bo heaul
in tho Supremo Court uoxtThuisday.
Tiik band will give its lcgular band
concert at Emma Square Hub after
on King stu'ct
next The prizes of thu O. R. & L. Co. in
tho boat races at Pearl City have been
delivered to tho winners.
T1114 concert of tho Kawaiahao
Seminary girlM takes place this even
ing. Don't forgot to be there.
L. J. Lkvky will hold an assignee's
sale of miscellaneous goods at his
salesroom 011 Monday, at 10 o'clock.
A native woman partly ail'ected in
her mind was incarcerated in thu
Police Station the other day to await
J. F. Morgan will dispose of the
fumituro of J. Spencer, No. 122 King
street, on Monday at 10 o'clock. Now
is your chance.
Look out for yourselves, boys' Tho
girls have started out on the leap year
lacket, as the onteitainment of yes
terday evening evidences.
Mu. Georgo L. Ritmau, the popular
minstrel and banjo player, will leave
on tho steamer Austialia next Tues
day. Oh, Georgie, wo will miss you !
BiioTiinn Francis of the Catholic
Mission returned on the steamer Mo
kolii from a short visit to the Leper
Settlement on Molokai this morning.
A telephone message this after
noon from Koolau rcpoits the weather"
salubrious and the newly mariied
couple happy. A luau this evening
A wag perched on Volte's window
sill at noon remarked solemnly that
tho reason Wagner was let off was be
cause theie was no policeman on the
force homely enough to be personated
by the accused.
The Hawaiian iron bark Andiew
Welch has been hauled on the Marino
Railway to receive a general over
hauling. Captain P. Drew is well
proud of his vessel, which is one of
the finest that has ever entered this
The baseball nine of the U. S. F. S.
San Francisco has been practicing for
the past few weeks. The Advertiser
says they began yesterday, probably
because several bluejackets were seen
coming home fiom decoiating a lesi
dence for an entertainment.
Two Chinamen were convicted of
violating the gaming law in the Police
Court this morning and weie lined
$14 Guoh. Tliby were distuibed in a
Chinese den engaging 111 a game of
chance. Two natives will be tried on
Monday under the same chargo.
The barkentiue lrmgaid, under
(ioniand of Captain Schmidt, will pro
bably leave to-morrow for San Fran
cisco with a full load of sugar. Mrs.
Schmidt accompanied the popular
Captain on this trip and was delighted
with her visit to the sunny paradise.
Danson Kellet, son of Mr. D. P.
Kellet, in the employ of Theo. II.
Davies it Co., was married this after
noon at Kaneohe, Koolau, to Miss
Annie Watson, of that placo, at the
residence of the bride's brother. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev.
A rAHKWEM. icception wus given
Dr. and Mrt. Geo. P. Andiews at
their residence yesterday evening.
Tho house was decorated with Hags
kindly loaned for tho occasion fiom
tho Flagship Sua Francisco and Japa
nese lanterns dotted the balustrades.
Many prominent people wero present.
The tern Bertha Dolbcer, Captain
Mattison, will leave to-morrow for
San Francisco about 0 or 7 o'clock in
the morning, with about G390 bags of
sugar. Mrs. Mattison, who, Bulle
tin readers will remember, came hero
to recuperato her health, has im
proved considciably and will roturn
with her husband.
A laroe photo of tho winning crow
of tho six-oared boat raco at Pearl
City, made by J. J. Williams, is on
exhibition in the Pacific Hardware
Co.'s window. Tho crew is composed
of: Geo. Angus, Ruby Dexter, O.
Sorenson, F. Armstrong, F. Giles and
F. Harris, A. Wilder, coxswain. Tho
was done by Viggo
The crustacean mentioned yester
day as shown at tho now drugstore is
a hermit crab. Its after part hoing
left without tho protective armor
kindly bestowed by nature on other
members of tho family, the hermit
instinctively seeks a univalvo shell to
protect itself from injury. It is curi
ous but common in many parts of
The horse of Mr. Chas. D wig lit, as
sistant road supervisor, broko from its
hitching this afternoon and wrecked
the brako on the rocks of Queen
street. Frank J. Lake, a Bulletin
typo, bravely stopped the horbo and
now fears prosecution by Frank Fer
reira for infringement of his process.
It is thought the horw took fright at
tho resignation of a Road Board mem
ber at Koolaupoko.
"If you doii
you don't get
t take the Advertiser
the news." P. C.
Put up wall pockets in the drug
stores and grocery stores, and put
your edition into them. Then per
haps people would take the darned
thing. The Bulletin job olllce will
print tho "Take one" labels for you
SSrsy- .' l
JOLLY C'S AND VS.
Tlic j Jlvo 11 J'mn Citnrrrt with n
liCiin Vonr I'lnvur
The entertainment lv the Gleaners
and the Y. Y. C. T. U. in the Y. M.
C. A. hall yesterday evening was
largely attended and highly enjoy
able. The different pieces on the
program were soveially announced
by Mr. K. Homier. The selections
were performed in a manner to give
A piano duet by tho Misses Mag
gie and Adelo Widdlfield opened the
ball and was applauded, being a
An infantry drill by a troop of
children was exquisitely done. A
minuet dance by the Misses Elsie
Sohaofer and Bessie Lawrence won
merited applause. Thu dancing was
nice and the way the little tots kept
limo to the music was pleasing to
see. Miss Lottie l'annelee played
the accompaniment. The little
danccis were applauded and had to
"Leap Year Pastoiale" by several
members was tho gem of the even
ing. When it was announced a
young bachelor snid aloud, "Why,
it's becoming interesting!" Mr.
Anderson, a teacher at Kamehatneha
School, represented the bachelor, and
appeared wheeling a bicycle across
the stage, as he would like to wheel
himself through life. He mourned
his lot, ol being without a helpmeet.
Ilatdly had he diiid and tear when a
hunter's hoi ti was heard and in
skipped a huntress, personated by
Nellie Low icy, with Mile in hand.
No, lie wouldn't have her, although
she went on her knees a threw a
shower of kisses at the desiied vic
tim. Miss Lowers came next, but
the object w as still obdurate. Miss
Ellen Hopper, as student, next un
dertook tho siege, but was repulsed.
Shetiipped gaily out. Miss Beck-
with dancing in decorated with Mow
ers was found acceptable by the
bachelor, and arm in arm they
passed off the stage "two souls
with but a single thought, two hearts
that beat as one." Vociferous ap
plause greeted the denouement.
When Mr. Anderson appeared again
he was presented with a buuch of
A vocal solo by Mr. II. A. Miller
in a fine baritone was received with
pleasure. An encore was. demanded
and given. He was accompanied on
the piano by Miss Maggie Hopper.
A grandmother's ghost story with
the children, youug and old, seated
around befoie the fireplace was nest
and was eagerly listened to, the
lights being turned out.
The closing piece on the program
was a song by the Puiiahou Glee
Club, which was delightfully ren
dered. They were recalled when
Mr. J. Q. Wood gave a comical imi
tation of a dude of '4.9V The num
ber was gratefulty received.
The entertainment w.19 a decided
success, as are all concerts given by
these societies. The decorations of
the stage were immense, sunflowers
AN OPIUM CAPTURE.
The Kaale Ejo Xot Fooled a Second
A man named Thompson belonging
to the steamer Austialia was arrested
last night shortly after 8 o'clock withJ
opium in possession. The an est was
made by special officer William Shel
don. There were two men involved,
who were followed up by Hack In
spector Sam Macy, from a store on
Hotel street to Bethel street, 'when
they were seen to turn down and
walk to King street. The men acted
suspiciously and Oillcer Sheldon on
coining up to them scared one of
them off, but he succeeded in captur
ing Thompson. lie was taken to the
Station House, where on his pockets
being seaichcd 8177.15 was found
and under his coat wero secreted
seventeen tins of opium. This, of
couise, he was relieved of.
This morning he was brought be
fore the Police Justice, When ar
raigned he pleaded guilty, and on
the request of the piosecution that
only a fine be imposed he was sen
tenced to pay a line of 8250. This
case is a rather suspicious one, in
volving, it is said, some city people
in the scrape. Thompson paid Ins
fine within an hour. Thirty-four tins
had been landed, so that tho culprit
made a fair profit.
A meeting was held in St. An
drew's Cathedral Sunday school
room last night, lo perfect the or
ganization of the Young Men's
Church Institute, in connection with
tho Young Men's Friendly Socioty of
London. Bishop Willis presided.
Bylaws were finally adopted, and
officers elected as follows: President,
His Lordship the Bishop of Hono
lulu (ex-oillcio) j Warden, Rev. W.
II, Barnes, rector; Tieasurer, Ed,
Stiles ; Secretary, James N. K. Ke
ola; Committee of Management:
Messrs. b. Meheula, G. S. Harris,
Jr., N. Fernandez, .1. D. Cockett,
and officers of the institute. The ob
jects of tho society are the promo
tion of Chiietian fellowship and in
tellectual improvement among tho
younger members of the church.
There is no danger fiom whooping
cough when Chambeilain's Cough
Remedy is freely given. It liquefies
the lough, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expectoration. It also lessens
the severity aud frequency of tho
paroxvsms of coughing, und insures
a speedy recovery. There is not the
least' danger in giving it to children
or babies, as it contains no injurious
substance. 50 cent bottles for salo
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Sunuurn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic, Benson, Smith & Co.,
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Fourth Sunday in Lent. Cathedral
services: Holy communion, G:30
a. m. ; morning prayer uiul Holy
Communion 11 a. m. ; evening pray
er (Hawaiian) 8:30 p. m. ; evening
ptayer and sermon at 7:30 p. in.
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow will be as follows: Morn
ing prayer with sermon at 9:-lG a.
m. ; hymns !)4 and 280 ; Ucncdtcte
by Birch, in D. Anthem, "I was
glad when they said unto 1110," by
llorsley. Evensong with sermon at
G:30. Anthem, "As pants the hart,"
by Spolir. Hymns 250 and 222.
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All
arc invited to these services.
Low mass, 6 and 7 a. in. ; high
mass, 10 a. 111. ; rosary aud catech
ism, 2 p. ui. ; benediction of the
most blessed Sacrament, 4:30 p. in.
Rev. W. P. Kirby of San Francisco
will preach for the last time on his
present visit at the 10 o'clock mass,
which will be sung by his brother,
Rev. T. Kiiby.
The Y. M. C. A. will conduct
evangelistic meetings in Bethel Hall
to-night and Sunday night. Meet
ings begin 7: lo p. in. Everybody
heartily welcomed. Seats free,
collection. Come and enjoy
T. M. U. A. HALL.
Evangelistic services in the Y. M,
C. A. hall,6:30to7:15p. in. Topic;
"Looking Homeward." Ileb. 11:8"
16; Rev. 21:1-1.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p,
m. All are welcome.
I'll meet you at the Brunswick.
C. J. McCarthy has lota
stieet for b.ile.
Pailois in town.
are the only Billianb
After bhaving use Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith fe Co., Agents.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. con
tinues its illustrative advertising in
Mons. H. F. J. Vieilhomme is offi
cially announced as Hawaiian Consul
at Dijon, Cote d'Or, Republic of
E. P. Aikue has been appointed a
member of the Road Board for the
district of Koolaupoko, vice William
Delicious codec and chocolate will
be served every morning early at the
Palace Ice Cicam Parlore, Ludwigben,
& Cion, Hotel btrcet. l-'t
It is true I In G. Sommo's barber
shop, 107 King street, the best aud
cleunest in town, are engaged two
tentorial artists who are without
Get your ooots aud shoes made
and repaired by tho old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Toennieb, on East
Hotel street. Fiist -class work, low
J. F. Morgan will bell at auction
the furniture of the Rev. W. H.
Barnes, at the rear of the Fort street
school, on Wednesday next, owing to
If you want good saiibuge for break
fast or luncheon, the finest salvages
in the Kingdom aro the Celebrated
Cambridgo Pork Sausage and Bologna
made at the City Market, Nuuanu
stieot, opposite Queen Emma Hall,
Jos. Tinker, Prop. 3-1 in
THE BOOTH ESTATE.
In the Supremo Court yesterday
afternoon, Judge Dole heard the peti
tion for the distribution of the estate
of the late F. Booth. The deceased
died intestate and tho action was
brought to determine whether the
mother should inherit the entire es
tate or if it should be divided be
tween tho family. The Court decided
that the mother, Anna Long, is the
sole heir at law. The estate is valued
at about S 1800.
The Hyuian and Hassinger proper
ties which wero advertised to bo sold
at noon to-day by Mr. J. F. Morgan,
auctioiieer,were withdrawu, the high
est bid offered not being acceptable.
Messrs. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkablo cure of rheumatism there
as follows: "The wife of Mr. Win.
Pruitt, tho Postmaster here, had been
bed-ridden with rheumatism for sev
eral years. She could get nothing
to do her any good. We sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
aud she was completely cured by its
use. We refer any one to her to
verify this statement." 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
JU HlacU and
with browu nose aud fore
feet, white streak down
breast. Five dollars ro
be paid on its return to this
ALL nccouuls duo to or against tho
uudei signed must be presented on
or bcfoio SATURDAY NEXT. 20th lust.
O. A. STEVEN.
Honolulu, March 21, 1892. 374 tit
IF you want a First-class Job of Paint
ing of any description done, call on
tho Practical Paiuter, J. L. Mkyhh only.
Fort street 130. P. O. Box 887. Mutual
Telephone 602, 156 ti
Are You Ever Thirsty
Theso warm days and want some
thing besides water to quench youi
thirst? If so, wo can oiler you a
package that will mako fivo gallons of
thu most delicious Root Bcor. This
preparation is made directly fiom
fresh barks and iootB. It comes in
liquid form, requires no boiling or
straining. Drank freely it keeps (ho
system in a healthy condition. His
Have you over heard of the Seven
Southerland SUters who are cele
brated for their long tresses of beauti
ful hair. They bay this unusual growth
was induced by using a hair tonic
which they discovered and are now
soiling to those lots fortunate. They
also found trouble with dandruff, lib
wo all do more or less. Their Scalp
Cleaner removes all such deleterious
matter. We'wi these and Hall's, Mrs.
Allen's, Barry's Tricopherous, Carbo
line, Rum & Quinine and otliers.
Sometimes people aro not satisfied
with the color of their hair, and de
sire a change. Hair Dyes will bring
this about. Wo keep Hill's, Buck
ingham's and others.
How about mosquitoes these uights?
Remember wo keep Buhaoh and the
Burners for the same.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Cornor Fort, it IClntr Htroots.
Constituting tho "Pioneer" plant,
HOTKL, and FORT 8TUKETS,
In 1859 by C. E. Williams tor
Business in Honolulu are still extant,
and the business, Its origluator and
present propiletor heie to stay.
Having purchased the entiio interest of
the late flrin of H. H. Williams
& Co., comprising the
largest stock of
Ever In Honolulu; principally selected
by II. H. Williams' during his late three
mouths' visit to the Coast, I now offer
this stock and future additions for
CASH at prices much less than hereto
t Tho undeisigned In resuming his
old place and business would respect
fully tender, his grateful thanks for the
liberal patronage of old friends of this
and neighboring Islands,, nqd hopes to
meiil a eoutiuuauee of their favors while
soliciting a share from new friends;
and again offers his bervices iu
Moving Pianos, Household
By Experienced and Careful Men w lth
MATTING of SUPERIOR QUALITY
Furnished and Laid by Compe
Pianos For Sale or Rent at Low Figures
WE AIIE NOW ItECKIVINO THU
EVER 1IHOUOIIT 10 HONOLULU.
ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS!
Prices Lower than Ever !
Call and Examine !
WILDER & CO.
THE annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Inter-Islaud Steam
Navigation Co., (L'd), will be hold at
tho olllce of the Company on MONDAY,
March 28lh, at 10 o'clock a. m.
JAS. L. MoLEAN,
372 8t Secretry.
A COMMON Memorandum Hook,
leather covers, red edge leavos,
containing papeis of no value to anyone
but owner. A biiltablo reward will be
paid for its delivery at this olllce.
When you want a Portrait
Enlarged cull on King Bros.,
get their price llHt and huo
Humplea. Tliey can't be beat.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcekcls' Bank, Honolulu.
O -A. 65 m MTORE!
teMT Ja knOi JS?Jt m nrw p5K"3t anlklr
1KI1T"i ptR H I 'QBJi vittKl'S" ri'lvDr lit I HI 1.4 1 fitJa HI wl
IOO Tort Street,
ITi-itfuy, Wuttirtluy tiuil ,JLiiicIi.y, -ve -will oil'ev our
8-Buttoir Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
8'Button Sac Gloves,
No. 2,65c; No. 3, 7oc, No. 5
No. 12, $1.10 ,
GRAND OPENING OF
Parisian Pattern Hats, Bonnets & Toques I
WILL BE OPEN FOR INSPECTION ON
Friday, UWki k lity, Itocli 25ft, m k m.
gfST LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
N. S- SACHS
1 04 Fort Street.
Anil ho is pure to get
a gof.il N'-niitivo, be
c.iiisc ho uct tlio
M. A. SEED
101) fort Street. : : .
f i ", "LSjJa A 1& T.,"i -- .
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd
New Goods by
Tools &l Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
tST We aro
prepared to qtioto
special prices for
i x e
Aftor taking Stock wo offer superior
CHENILLE PORTIER E.S, FROM ?0.B0 UPWARD,
LadiOM1 &c CJliilVli'en'w GowHamer
AT ALL STYLES AN'D PRIOEri.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
SO0ICS AND SOAIU'S AT COST.
t3fDri waking uudor tho uiauagimkeui of MISS K. CLARKE,
We believe ours is tho only house in
tho Kingdom carrying a full ltno of
ENGLISH & JEWELL'S
Pure Rubber Hose.
The many complaints which have
been made as to the Rubber Ltoso
sold in this market induced us to
order a complete lino of the famous
"GOLD SEAL" brand. This ii
brands of Rubber
75c, regular price, $1.
CHEAP FOR CASH !
. 80c , No. 7, $1-, No. 9, ?1.25;
No. 10, if 1.75.
A - SHOT
AJND BUYS HI3
: : :
Honolulu, II. 1.
Late Arrivals !
'From 1 Gallon to SOO Gallons'),
tho only Authorized Agents for this article, and aro
EELERS & CO.
values for less
than former prices in
fc- i- j.-.-