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Bun. 8 30l 7 Bill 1 50j 1 40 5 fll' 0 16l 0 11
Now moon on tlio 2Stli nt 21i. 4fim. u. in.
Tlio tlmo signal roi tliu poit Is Riven nt 1211.
om. Osi'c. (mklnlKlitl of i3ioeulcli tlmo or
111. 2Sm. Msec p. in. of Honolulu Obsei vutoiy
time. It lo given bv tlio stcuni whistlo of tlio
Honolulu 1'lnnlnK Mill, n Tew doois nbovo
tlio Custom House Tlio sumo wblstlo Is
Hounded cuuectly ut Honolulu moiui noon,
Obscrvntory inoildlnn,or loll. 31m. 2Csoc. of
X IX li
FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1892.
UUtne Vlauter, Cap! Dow,, 10 days fiom
Stini J ns Alakee fiom Kauai
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
.Stuir Wnialcsile for
hacle at 0 a in
Laliaum and Kukni-
A in bktno lrmgurd, Solunidt, for San
Am bk Edward May, McClure, for
Stun- W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at
10 a m
CARGOES FROM ISLAN0 PORTS.
StinrJas Makee 3310
!)00 bas rice.
bags sugar and
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Iroquois from Samoa
U S b fcan 1'iancisco,. licar-Adiiitnil
Brown, from San Dleijo
Am bk Newsboy, Johnson, from New
castle llawn bk Andrew Welch. iev, from
Am schr Aloha, fiom Poit Blakely
Am bk Ooryphcne, Townsend, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am bgtne Consuelo, Jacobseu, from Sau
Am schr Goldeu Shoro, llendersou, from
4-masted schr Itobeit Lowers, from San
Bk Ceylon, from San Francisco
FOREIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Iliel, Mori, from Japan
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, fiom Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am wh bk Morning Star, Mar L'5, from
Am bkt Kntlo Flickinger, fiom Pugct
Sound, now due
Am bk Harvester for Illlo fiom Sau
Am ship J O Porter from Newcastle,
For San Francisco, per bktno Irmgard
Apnl 1 Mr Kussler and 31 Japanese.
The following are tho arrivals at San
Francisco: Mar 15, bktno Amelia, 12
days from llouolulu; barks S C Allen
and Aldou Bessc, 24 and 2G days respec
tively; scbrs Alice Cooke, 12)$ days,
and OceaulR Vance, 14 days from Hono
lulu; bktne Kobort Sudden, 10 days from
llouolulu; schr John G North, 21 days
from Malmkoiia; 10, bk Mauua Ala,
22 days from Honolulu; bktno Mary
Wlnkelmau, 20 day from Honolulu;
schr K K. Wood, 10 days from Kaliiilul.
The brig Consuelo has taken in a full
load of sugar and will probably loavo
for San Francisco to-morrow.
The bktne Kdward May Hilled In bal
last foi Hongkong to-day. She bad 300
ions of htoue ballast.
The steamer Wulaloalu will leave
again to-nioi low for Labaiua and Ku
kuihaelo at 'J o'clock.
The schooner Golden Slioio having
discharged her ballast lias moved out
agalu into tho slieaui to await a load of
Tlio schooner Kobort Lowers has com
menced taking In sugar for Sau Fran
cisco. The barkentino Irmaid, Captain
Solnnldt. mailed to-day for tlio Golden
Gate with tho following cargo: 5780 bgs
sugar, shipped by II llaokfeld & Co;
2058 do by T II Davluf, A Co; 1001 do,
by M S Grinbiium A; Co; 0203 do, by O
Viewer & (Jo; 380(1 do, by Castlo it
Cooke; 35 caskt, of sperm oil, E O Hull
H Sous. Domestic value, $02,0(0,0U.
By the steamer James Makco comes
tho ropoit that tho stoainer l'olo is near
Mulshed discharging coal. She may bo
along to-monow. Tho Makee brought
one cabin passenger, a Japanese and 0
Messrs. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism theie
a3 follows: "The wife of Mr. Win.
Pruitt, tho Postmaster heie, had been
bed-ridden with ihcuinutisin for sev
eial years. She could get nothing
to do hur tiny good. Wo sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Ualin
and she was completely cured by its
use. We refer any one to her to
verify this statement," 50 ceut bot
tles for bale by all dealers, Henson,
Smith & Co,, Ageuts.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond 11i:ai, ,T p. in. Wcnllior
cloudy; wind, fresh cast.
Tin: now Ohinceo pnpor will prolm
bly appear to-morrow morning.
Thk slciunor Kinmi will bo nlong
lo-moriow fiom JIawnii and Maui,
Tin: l6lico Court this morning
mado $ 12 out of two cases of drunk
enness. Mr. J. Mott Out has our thanks for
the Ufo of a lilu of the Sun Kruneisco
Tin: "Fostur Hloek" building on
Niiunmi street is now occupied by
Lovejoy & Co.
Mr. Dower, boatbuildor, 1ms just
completed a nout and trim little sloop
to bu ltuinuhcd soon.
Captain F. A. Dow of the barken
tine Plunter bus the thanks of the
Bulletin for late papers.
On the barkentino Irmguul to-day
were thirty-one .lapaneso, twonty
eight of whom weie male.
II. V. Hacon ofl'crs a reward for the
leturn of n Columbia safety bicycle
6tolon from the Y. M. C. A. last night.
SkvcraIi people are of tho opinion
that the entertainment of lust night
should be presented again ut air early
Sincu the systematic routing of eho
fa dens by the police, many proplo
have more money in their pockets.
CAiircNTER W. Hayes of the U. S.
F. S. San Fnmeibco is still missing
from that vessel, notwithstanding a
rewaul of $10.
L. J. Lgvev will bold an auction
sale of the largest b mkrupt stock of
fered this scabon, at bis salesrooms
Tin: schooner Alice T. Cooke, Cap
tain D. P. Penhullow, arrived at San
Francisco on Murch 15th, 12 days
The baikentine lrmgurd which sail
ed to-day took a deck load of thirty-live
casks of speim whale oil, 5883 gallons.
The oil is valued at $:529.80.
Almost every casein tlio Com ts now
is directly or indirectly concerned
with OhincbC. If it were not for them
the treasury might often run low.
The steamer .'nines Makee of the
Inter-Ibland Steam Navigation Co.'a
lleot arrived from Kauai this morn
ing, and reports veiy rough weather
along that coast.
Mr. G. E.Fairchild, manager of the
Makee Sugar Mill on Kauai, has
signified his intention of resigning
that position. He will establish a
bubiucss of his own in Honolulu
Tin: biuk Albert was to leave San
Francisco on Maroli 22, and the Ger
man bark Paul Isenbeig on tho 25th
for this port. The Albert is a fast
sailor and her arrival at any tunc
would not bo surprising.
In the cabo againbt tho three Portu
guese charged with larceny of provi
sions, the mattor has boon amicably
settled with Hamilton Johnson, man
ager of the Hotel. Mr. Johnson did
not like to push the matter and the
Portuguese arc elated.
The appeal of the fifty-four Chinese
found guilty in the Police Court of
entering the kingdom on fraudulent
permits, is being heard in tho Su
preme Court to-day before Judge Dole.
The Courtroom is crowded with Chi
nese intcicsted in tho trial.
Huiidry IJslitH of tlio Liberal Pnrly
Mhlne ut tlio Old Armory.
From three to four hundred peo
ple, mostly natives, assembled at the
Old Armory last night, to hear their
leaders talk. Neither Hon. J. E.
Bush nor Hon. C. W. Ashford was
present. lion. Jos. Nawahi presided.
In his opening speech he blamed the
Attorney-General for the abortive
elections in North Hilo and Kau. In
concluding he cited Hawaiian legen
dary lore as authority for tho doctrine
tha.t Papa and Wakea, the first an
cestors of the Hawaiians, were the
creators of heaven and earth.
Hon. L. W. P. Kanealii opposed
annexation as being against the Inte
rests of native Ilnwaiians.
lion. R. W. Wilcox repudiated
any idea of moving on the Palace
and fighting with the native soldiers.
He boasted that if he rose he would
have all tho soldiers and police with
him. The Queen should listen to tho
people, not the people to the Qmjcu,
and if she did not heed their claims
they ought not to love her. The
speaker indulged in his customary
abuse of the Marshal. He declined
to say whether he was a republican
or not, but closed by characterizing
as foolish talk that of an independent
republic for Hawaii.
Tho meeting subscribed 818 or
$20, and promised more, to defray
Mr. Wileox'a expenses In conduct
ing the Liberal canfpaign in North
Hilo and Kau,
THE HEW REFINERY.
The steamer James Makco on her
lust trip to Kauai took the last of the
machinery for Col. Z. S. Spalding's
new refinery at Kealia, Kauai. The
machinery has all been landed safely,
even the heavy pieces lost overboard.
Mr. Wm. Eassio, engineer of tho
mill, assisted by Mr. Robert More,
is erecting tho new plant, and in six
weeks tho woik will bo completed.
Everything in connection with add
ing this refining apparatus to tho
original diffusion plant is going on
satisfactorily and Col, Spalding is
satisfied that the results will he fully
what is claimed for tho process.
It is calculated to produce a higher
grade of sugar than auy heretofore
made in Hawaii.
TllVfcrsfflflfct?? -"! '
THE NEWS ILLUSTRATED, I
This is the flag thai tho P. C. A.'s
engraver in mini Insttttetl this
This is the bogus Detective, dis
guised aB Uncle Sam, hoisting the
flag on Punchbowl the other night.
Here he is, after throwing off
disguise, celebrating his exploit.
VrVs G0 0.D
This is the Advertiser staff con
cocting its "sandbag edition" over
nine o'clock coffee and crackers at
"The Beaver." (let on to the iiiuks.
This nllcgoricully represents the
class of intelligence most favored by
the P. C. Advertiser.
is not a planetary con-
ction, but the following is
the baikentine Planter about to
into occultation with
the Bulletin's own boat.
Tx The accompanying concatena
g tion of figures represents the
Advertiser's circulatiou as compared
with the Bulletin's.
This is n train not of thought
nor of gunpowder but one on the
Oahu Railway bound for the Arion's
picnic at Remond Grove a week from
COMING NEXT WEEK.
Riidyard Kipling and his bride
and Max O'Rcll, with his wife and
daughter, have booked their passage
on tho Monowai, duo here from San
Francisco next Thursday or Friday.
Max O'Rcll is author of "John
Bull and His Island" and other
works describing the peciiliaiities of
different "nationalities. Ho is one of
the most entertaining lecturers liv
ing, and, if ho is not going to stay
here a while with the Kiplings, an ef
fort should bo made to have u Ice
lure from him while the steamer is
) in port.
TO FUTURE BUILDERS!
We have ready for inspection up
wards of 500 varieties of designs and
plans of Artistio Dwelling-", costing
from 81000 to 512,000, which aru
models of beauty and convenience.
Old residences icnovated and addi
tions made intho most modern styles,
Buildings appraised and lots sur
veyed. Call and inspect designs.
Palmer & Richardson,
Office, Room 9, Sprockets' Block,
as l ;ii
IIGTISFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
SlnkcH an lnviuoi'jklliii: lilnU
with water Rud tugiir only. Dhciou.
),,V i-U ..
Q L-" - fiat Will-
'jr. dtrtSTw ) Vj?
liifc-taiT X SJ
i i i in
m st coaling station.
An Important I'ttrrlinno Mndc In tho
Hnrlinr if I'nco-I'nico,
Consul-General Sowall, who has
charge of tho interests of the United
States in the Saiuoan Islands, has
started back to his station carrying
with him deeds to two small tracts of
land for coaling stations. It is the
first instance in which the United
States has purchased land in foe sim
ple outside tlio borders of the coun
try. The tracts bought aic the two
strategic points in the harbor of
Pago-Pago, on the island of Tutuila,
and if supplied with a few guns
would be absolutely impregnable.
The harbor of Pago-Pago is land
locked on every side and surrounded
by high bluffs, completely shutting
it in and making such a disaster as
that at tho neighboring harbor of
Apia impossible. Even its entrance
is protected, and the harbor is laige
enough to lloat a navy, and so com
pletely sheltered that even the most
severe hurricanes scarcely disturb its
surface. The points secured com
pletely command the entire entrance.
A few guns, supplemented by sub
marine mines in the channel, could
make the harbor absolutely impreg
nable. It is proposed to purchase about a
hundred acres more land, and the
United Stales will then have sulll
cienl room to build coal-sheds and
erect repair-shops if necessary, as
well as to quailer a small garrison in
lime of war. Soon after the aruval
of Mr. Scivall at Apia he will con
clude the purchase of the remaining
land, and the United States will then
own its first naval station abroad.
Pogo-Pago is by far the best har
bor of the entire Samoau group, and
its possession by the United Stales is
of great importance in view of the
prospects of tho greut development
of commerce in the South Pacific.
It is almost in the direct line of navi
gation fiom the great island conti
nent of Australia and New Zealand
and all the neighboring islands of
Australasia, and with the completion
of the Nicaragua Canal and the ex
pansion of commeice in the Pacific
which i3 sure to follow thai event, it
will become at once an important
stiatcgicaud commercial point, and
its possession will not only be advan
tageous to the American navy, but
to American commerce as well.
New York Advertiser.
A I'nlr I'titriMinirn of I In- Anuitour
Com i my I.aHt Xtclit.
The lower part of the Opera House
was well filled last night with n
rather fashionable audience. Seated
in the royal box were Her Majesty
the Queen, Prince D. Kawanunakoa
and Admiral Brown of the San Fran
cisco. In the opposite box were
Mrs. W. G. Irwin and seveial lady
friends. The occasion was the pre
sentation on the boards of two faice
comedies by an amateur company.
Piomptly at 8 o'clock the curtain
wont up and disclosed u fairy scene,
representing a parlor. "A Box of
Monkeys" was the play a rather in
appropiiale namo considering Unit
everything, including the young
ladies, who were the Misses Gamble
and McGrcw, looked charming. Mr.
J. F. Brown as a young Amciican
acted and looked like a professional.
This gentleman has on every appear
ance sustained his reputation of be
ing a naturally gifted but also culti
vated actor. Mr. G. Potter was
great in his role. The play won
The second play was a roaring
farce entitled, "Turn Him Out." In
this Mr. Geo. Potter shone brightly
in his imitation of the "lahdeduh
English you know." His comical
acting elicited rounds of applause.
Miss Gamble made a hit in her role
us a wife. The way she handled the
old man's idiosyncraeies was fine.
Miss Janie Hare as Susan the Maid
acted her part well. She fitted tho
lole to a dot. The play throughout
was ver3" pleasing and was deserving
of a belter house.
For March, 1832, from the Weather
hervlee Jteeoid ut tliu Government
Average temperature 71.7 F. Normal,
Extreme range of temperature .IS3 to
Mem dally range 10,
Average minimum 07.7: average maxi
mum 77 7.
Aorage height of buionieler 30.10; nor
Dully aveiago range of barometer 0.07:1.
I'Xtiemo iaiigo,2y.'j;t lowest, toHO.'Jl
highest. Low picNSiue period
uroiiiul tlio 7th. High barometer
pciiuds contoied on tlio Int and
Low temperatiiic peilod about the 10th,
and higher lempoiatuies about tlio
ilrst and hitter poi lions of the mouth.
Aerai:o relative humidity G!l.f; normal
72. Absolute buuildll) 5.11 grains to
Rainfall 1.07 In.; normal:) HO.
Cloudiness SO peicont; normal 37.
Wind aerngc, Beaufoit scale. 4 -J,
Wind diicetion, N to E. Including E.,
27 daym E to .S. Including rt., 0
dajs; S. to W., including V 2 days j
V to X., Including K 2 dajs.
Normal iiumbur of Undo wind days
fm Mar., 17.
Rain iceoid days, 11).
peilnds of weather dlstui banco not par
tieulaily niaiked Till lopuits aio
loci'licil fiom ouUldo stations they
nuy bo Indicated as on tho 2d, 10th
and 27th , ,
I ho mouth has been ohaiact'iieii by
excels of ti'iiipeiatuio and cloudl
nons, also excess of i rati u wind, high
baiomoter and dry atniosplieio
Theiobavo probably been fietiuent
trado-wind sliowoioon tho weather
coasts. An extensive eloiid-helt
passed over this pait of tho Pao llo
with tho upper ciinont, fiom tun
25th to tho iiOth, Indicating very
likely more than ordinary solar licit
lu Malaysian and Australian regions
O. .1, Lyons,
lu Clmrijo of Weatuor Seniw.
Good Minco Ties go
to t lie
The Diunswick uic tlio only Hilliaid
Pallors in town. (i-lf
Who wants a nicely furnished front
room in u tutiol loealily?
Ani:u bimving UbO Cueumbei Skin
'Ionic. BiMiMin, Smith A Co., Agents.
SuNiimiN lolicvcd nt once by Cu
rutnbor Tonic. Bonbon, Smilb it Co.,
Delicious entice and chocohtto will
be served eveiy muiliifig cully at the
Piihu'o loo Cioaiu I'arlois, Ludwigi.cn,
it Cion, Hotel street. 1-tf
Palmer it Kkiiaudson, architects,
hao a now card and a reading notice
in this issue, which are commended
to the notice of intending builder?.
Get your boots and shoos made
null ropaiied by the old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L, Toennies, on East
Hotel stieot. Fiist-class work, low
Shamtooinu and head-washing done
for ladies at tlioir lesidoneo by Miss
Wolf, who can be found ill ,73 Beio
taiiiii stieot, or by Mutual Telephone
GDI), before 8 u. in. or after 5:110 p. in.
lr you want good sausage for break
fast or luncheon, the finest sausages
in the Kingdom aie tho Celebrated
Utimbiidge Pork Sausage and Bologna
made at tli City Market, Xuu.mu
street, opposite Queen Emma Hull,
Jos. Tinkeu, Prop. 3-lm
The barkontiue Planter, F. A.
Dow, master, which anived yester
day evening brings six days later
news from San Francisco. The ves
sel came down in ten days and her
best run of one day was 245 miles.
Captain Dow said that he would
have made the passage in nine days
had he not become becalmed on
Tuesday off port. He is neverthe
less proud of his fast trip, but will
endeavor to break the iccord next
time. The vessel brings a cargo of
ireneral merchandise. His vessel
having sailed two hours eailior thau I
the set time, Captain Dow was uu- '
able to get full files of papers
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; letteied
"Aloha,' "Welcome," and plain
Cocoanul Mats, a desirable assoit
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. BSy Call and examine our stock.
Are You Ever Tliiisty
These warm days and want -onie-thing
besides water to qucni'li your
thirst? If so, wo can oll'er you a
parkago that will make five gallons of
the most delicious Root Beer. This
preparation is made directly fiom
fresh birks and roots. It comes in
liquid form, requires no boiling or
straining. Drank freely it keeps the
system in a healthy condition. It is
Have you over heard of the Seven
Soiitherland Siitero who are cele
brated for their long trosFOS of beauti
ful hair. Tboysay this unusual growth
was induced by using a hair tonic
which they diseovoml and are now
selling to those lees fortunate. Thoy
alco found tioublo with dandruff, as
wo all do nioro or loss. Their Scalp
Cleaner removes all such deleterious
matter. We've thetoaiid Hall's, Mis.
Allen's, Barry's Tricopherous, Carbo
lino, Rum &. Quininu and otlieis.
Sometimes people are not satisfied
with the colo of their hair, and do
siro a change Hair Dyes will bring
this about. We keep Hill's, Buck
ingham's and others.
How about mosquitoes theo nights?
Remember wo koop Buhach and tho
Burners fur tho samo,
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Coimiui' roi'l it Itliiif "! riiolK,
Palmer & Richardson, !
AltOIHTlflO 1 -i. !
Designs la Stono, Brltk, Iron or Wood.
Modern, Choap & Artistic Cottages I
a Specia'ty ! I
Plans, Specifications, Oontraets Lrawn I
and Estimates complete for every dos-
cilption of building. Also, thorough
superintendence of consti action. I
BUILDINGS APPRAISED & LOTS SURVEYED.
Boom No. 1), pieckels'
A COLUMBIA Safety Bleyclo, 181)0,
from the Y. M. C A. last night.
Its return to
yllllY Nicely Furnished
Boom quiet locality; 10
minutes fiom tho Post Ottlco.
lioiiid with family If doslicd. Addioss
;t8 1 at
MWO Nicely Furnished
1. ltuoiub centrally located.
Enquire l!ui.i.i:nN Olllce.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONELR" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN lSoi) BY C K. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
iii'iw'is, Cabinet Mine
Bu-bie in llouolulu aio -Mil extant, and the business, Its originator and
pii'sciil piopiietoi here to stay. Having puicbased the eutiio mteiest of
the late linn of II. II. Williams it Co., comprising the largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Lver in llouolulu; pi iueipally selected by II. II. Williams during bis late three
mouths' visit to the Coat", 1 now offer this stock and future additions for
CASH at prices much less than heretofore charged.
leST The midei signed in lesuming his old place and business .would respect
fully tender his grateful thanks for the libeial patronage of old friends of this
and neighboiing Islands, and hopes to met it a continuance of their favors while
soliciting a share f i om now fi lends; and again offeis bis services In
EVIoving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced und Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men
t&- PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. "
GRAND OPENING OF
Parisian Pattern Hats, Bonnets & Toques I
WILL BE OPEN FOR INSPECTION ON
Friday, Salnrty k Monday, larch 2511, 2611 & 28111.
LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
And he is sure to get
a good Negative, be
cause he uses tlio
M. A. SEED
101) Joit MrM!t.
OAK m OT1 If
10( Fort Street, - Itrewer lllock.
IFVidiiy, i-'uturtlity tiul Monthly, -vvo -will of Vox out
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
KEGULAU PKICE, 75;
8 Button Su Cllovos, 7J5o., legular price, $1,
ALL-SILK K1BB01ST, CHEAP FOR CASH I
No, 2, 06o, No. 3, 7floj No. 6, SOo; No.7,!jlj No.M1.26:
No. 12, $1,19; No. 10, $1.75.
We believe ours Is tho only house in
the Kingdom carrying a full lino of
ENGLISH & JEWELL'S
Pure Rubber Hose.
The many complaints which have
been made as to Ihe Rubber Hose
sold in this market induced us to
order a complete line of the famous
"GOLD SEAL" brand. This is
the acknowledged superior of all
brands of Rubber Hose.
I k Undertaking
AND BUYS HIS
" it t;i ir 'U !,
STER & CO.,
Honolulu, II. 1.