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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
KltOJI ANI AVTKR Plill. 1. 1W.
A.M. A.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu. ..0:15 8:-I5 1 M5
Arrive llonoullull.. 7 :2C 9:57 2:57
Loavo Honouliull..7:30 10:43 i?:41
Arrivo Honolulu. ..8:35 11:55 4:55
VICAIII. CITY I.OUAI,.
Loavo Honolulu 5:20
Airlve Pnarl City 5:58
Loavo Poari City . . (I :(()
Arrive Honolulu. ..0:10
t Saturdays only.
Satin days excepted.
TIiIcm. Htm mill .Moon,
liv c. J. LYONS.
J B S ? S1 f ' I
p.m. u. in. a.m. p.m.
Moil. II .1 32 3 40 II 10 l 20 ft 41 (1 IS li 11
Tiled. IS, 4 12 4 20 II 30 50 5 41 1118 7 1
WoU. H 4 SO 4 4S 111 IS 10 30 S 42 111 . 7 M
TlltU-8. 14 A 4.5 fi 20 10 00 11 211 5 42 II 111 8 4(1
Fri. ii (i is s fio hi io u no r 41 (i in n as
.Silt. 1(1 0 43 ( 11 II All .. . A 4(1 (120 10 31
Bun. 17 7 50 7 0 11 AS .. A ,!'! 0 2(1,1127
1'u 11 moon on tlio lltli at 7li. ASm. p. in.
Tlio tliuo hIriiiiI for tlio port Is clvcn ivt 12h.
dm. Ohuc. (midnlRlit) of Uicunwich tlmoor
111. 28m. 34sec. p. in. of Honolulu Oliqcrvutot-y
time. It Is Klvon by tlio xtcnm whistle of tlio
Honolulu l'lunlng Mill, h Tow doom nbove
tlie Custom House. Tlio sumo whistlo la
Moundud correctly lit Honolulu nioiiii noon.
Observatory moildlim, or loli. 31m. 2lstc. of
t li :
THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1802.
Stmr O It Blbhnp from Kahuku und
Stmr Hawaii from Hamakuu
Stmr Polo from Kauai
April 14 -Am
bk Ccylou, Calhoun, for San Fran
cisco Stini Llkelike for Olowalu, Puiiuhaii and
Lnupahoehoe at 5 p m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Schr Ka Moi for Paaullo at 4 p in
Sola- Mary E Foster for Wuinieu
Schr Ka llac Hawaii for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
2 p m
for Maui and Hawaii at
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr O II Bishop i!835 bags sugar, 47
hides, 3 packages oranges.
Stmr Hawaii 5800 bags sugar.
For Yokohama and Hongkong, per
S S Zambesi, April 13 YostimotoToiui
jare and wife, IC Kouda, S Kauuganara,
Chosulso Isuhui, 500 Japanese and 100
Chinese steerage passengers.
The American bark Ceylon, Captain
Calliouu, sailed for San Francisco this
morning with a cargo of 10,814 bags
sugar, weighing 1,034,090 lbs. Shipped
in the following lots: 14,248 bags by C
Brewer & Co, 230G hags by Castle &
Cooke. Domestic value 8 19, 158. 8.
Tlio steamer CK Bishop is dischaig
ing her cargo of sugar into the bark
The crow of a whale boat from the
Emma F Hcrriinan took :i number of
observations through the bottom of u
black bottle, while rowing out of the
haibor this morning.
BOYD In this city, Api 11 13th, to the
wife of K. N. Boyd, u son.
SMITH In Honolulu, April 7, to the
wife of V. II. Smith, a son.
OUMMINGS In Honolulu, April 12, to
the wife of W. II. Cummiugs, u son.
KASEMAN At Ann Arbor, Mich ,
March 14, 1892, to the wife of A 11.
Kaseniau, formerly of Honolulu, a
The following will be the order of
services nt the Catholic Cathedral
this week :
High mass, 7 a. in. ; Washing the
Feet, 3 p. in. j Portuguese Sermon,
G p. in. ; Native Sermon, 8 p. in.
Service, 10 a. in. ; Stations of the
Cross, 3 p. m. j Stations of the
Cross (Port.), 0 p. in. ; Kngllsli Ser
mon, 8 p. m.
High Mass, 7 a. in.
High Mass, 10 a. m. ; Rosary,
Sermon, Benediction, 3 p. in.
Capt. Albert Kautz has been de
tached from tlie Pensacola, ordered
homo and granted two months' leave.
Lieut. William II. Beehler is de
tached from the Pensacola, ordered
home, and granted throe months'
Passed Assistant Surgeon Thomas
A. Berry hill is dotached fiotn the
Pensacola and, ordered to duty on
board the Ranger.
Sailmaker M. II. Darr and carpen
ter P. T. Mager are detached fiom
the Pensacola and ordoied to tho
Navy Yard at Mare Island.
Sureeon D. O. Lewis is detached
from the Naval Hospital at Washing--ton,
D. O,, and ordered to the Naval'
Hospital at Mare Island,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
To-Monnow will bo Good Fiiday.
Diamond IIkah, 3 p. in. Weather
ha.y, wind light southwest.
Tiik bunk of Bishop & Co. will
oloso to-nioirow at 11 o'clock.
The provniling southerly wind is
making people foci miborablo.
Another '.'punnluu" case is pond
ing for trial in tlio Police Court.
Ai.li Government ollices will clew
nt 10 o'clock to-nionow moiuittg.
Tin: iron fiout mi iliu new Bulle
tin olllco was being put up thih niniii
ing. Tin: h.irk Ceylon failed fur Kan
Francisco this moiniug cairying a
mail if twenty lotteis.
Owino toils being Good Kiitlny tlu
danuo uppoinU'd for A lion hull to
inouow evening is declined oil'.
Ilirr Cioss Buns to-morrow. You
pays your money and you taken your
choice. All will be acceptable at the
Bui-uniN ollice; so say the boys.
Foloh on your buns.
It is icported that the Uev. E. S.
Timotco lias intrigued liiu churcli
pastorate and taken the oflice of
Deputy Sheriir of Wui.ilun, in place
of J. Amaru, who is down with tiok-
B. Nklson, the obstroporous tar
who knocked out a police ollicer, was
lined $25 yesteiday. The charge was
assault and battery and the instill
nicnt used was not u knife but "loval
TilK services of the second congie
gation of St. AiuIilw'h Catliedrnl lo
inorrow Good Fiiday will bo as fol
lows: !) :4o a. in. morning prayer witli
t-cimon; 0:30 p. in. evensong with
sermon. All are invited.
A oi:.vtm:man was sitting reading
last night and was douply absoibed in
tho account of tlio Paris anarchists,
when Hie San Francisco's 9 o'clock
gun was fired. It so startled him Unit
ho jumped clear out of bib chair.
The British steamship Zambesi,
Captain Edwards, left yesterday at ."
o'clock for Yokohama and Hongkong
with almost COO Chinese and Japanese
passengers from this port. Previous
to her sailing she blow her syren
Tiiitouoii tlio kindness of Mr. Pain
a special ear will leave Puuou for St.
Andrew's Cathedral on Good Friday
moi ning ut twenty-five minutes alter
!) o'clock. On the evening of Good
Friday the special car will le ive
Pauoa at a quarter after C and the re
turn car from the Cithedral at li.ilf
At the six-day bicycling tourney in
New York lately, W. S. Maltby, who
gave a series of exhibitions lieie borne
months ago, stood on his head on the
biiddlo of his wheel. A. II. Minting
of London went up and down a spiral
plank, one foot wide and CO feet high,
on one wheel. D. J. Canaiy descended
a (light of stairs on ono wheel.
On Easter Sunday a hpecial car will
leave Pauoa for St. Andiew's Cathe
dral at a quartei after live to accom
modate the wortdiippeis at tho 0:30
a. m. mi vices'. The leturn oar will
leave llio Cathedral at 0:30. The car
for the 9 :30 morning sorvico will
leavo Pauoa at a quarter after !).
The other i-peoial cars throughout the
day will run us usual.
Hon. Kinney M. Ko.iliou, Liberal
representative elect for Central Hilo,
Hawaii, presented an application to
day for admission to practice in all
tho Com ts of the Kingdom. Ko.iliou
has a license for practico in the lower
Couits. Ho arrived in town on tlio
steamer Kiuau yebteiday. The peti
tion was recommended by Judge G.
V. A. Hapai, of Hilo, Hawaii, and
was signed by two other witnesbes.
A DISCHARGE IS A DISCHARGE.
IMtIhIoii liy tliu Supi-cnie Court on
n ltunltriiit-y C'iinu,
The full Cuuit, sitting in banco,
filed n decision in the case of C. Alee
vs. Wong Leong, in the Supreme
Court to-day. It was an assumpsit
suit to recover the amount of two
promissory notes for S500 and 8200
dated Kith and 17th of February,
1888, made by defendant to Sing
Chong & Co., , endorsed by plaintiff,
und at maturity paid by the endorser,
The defendant pleads in abatement
of the action his discharge in bank
ruptcy dated April 11, I8h9. To
this the plaintiff filed a replication
setting up promises of the defendant
to pay the debt made since the dis
charge. The question raised by the
bill of exceptions is whether the evi
dence set up on the replication sus
tains the verdict. The Court held
the law to be that a discharge in
bankruptcy discharges the debt, and
that it will take more than a mere ac
knowledgment or lecognition of tho
debt to create a legal obligation to
pay it, but there must be an express
promise to pay the debt. The ex
ceptions were overruled and the ver
dict must stand.
A. S, Ilartwcll and Ashford fc
Ashford for plaintiff; W. R. Castle
and F. M, Hatch for defendant.
WILL OF MRS. BOLLES.
The will of tho late Elizabeth Coit
Holies has been filed for pi abate in
the Supreme Couit. The property
consists of ical estate valued at 811,
000 and peisonal effects, Govern
ment bonds ami other securities
valued at S3Q0O. Tho heirs uro tho
daughters, Louise Frances Hustuco,
of Honolulu, Mary Lovelaud, of
Seattle, Wash,, Julia Paly and Lilian
Holies, of Honolulu, und the grand
children residing in Sun Francisco
children of Annie Caverly, deceased
L'uzie, Jennie, Julia, Frank and
John. W. O, Smith was petitioner
for probate of the will.
'THE BULLETIN U the leudlng
I dully paper o( the Kingdom, 50
ceuts per mouth,
BISHOP HALL KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS.
Onntnldliiir llu' UIkhm ItnuiiiN nt lin-
mi'hniiiHin Ni'linol Tor IIiij'h.
Iii this issue the readers of the
Bulletin aie presented with a hand
some illustration of Bishop Hall,
Katnolitunolia Schools, completed and
opened in 1801. Like the Bishop
Museum desciibed and illustialetl in
a previous issue, Bishop Hall is con- ,
structed of the hard gray lava rock '
quarried on the site.
There are four elass rooms on the
ground lloor, each 20ft. by 31ft.,
neatly finished and furnished. There
is an ante-room 10ft. by 18ft. G in.
Two hat and cloak rooms ure pro
vided, respectively 10ft. by 12ft.
and lift. Gin. by lGft. A jani
tor's room is 14ft. by 10ft., and an
ollice 10ft. Gin. by lift. 3iu. An
open corridor 10ft. wide runs along
the front 41ft. and along the side
G3ft. The entrauee hall is 21ft. by
Access to the second lloor is by a
stairway in the tower that distin
guishes the building with its dignified
dome. This tower lias a radius of
22ft. The second floor contains a
magnificent assembly hall 30ft. Gin.
by 79(t. I'm. With its open roof
and arched rafters this hall gives a
majestic impression. The height of
the ceiling is 22ft. This lloor also
contains two class rooms each 2Gft.
by 31ft. There are two hallways
one 10ft. wide by G2lt. 9in. long, the
other 8ft. by 44ft. Gin. There is a
reading room in the front, 12ft. 3in.
by 13ft. 9in. A library room is situ
ated in an attic room front above the
reading room. From the second floor
there is an outlook by a broad arched
window info the assembly hall, which
gives perhaps the best complete view
of that great chamber.
The interior of the building is
finished in nor' west pine. The win
dows of the second floor, attic, and
dome lantern command a splendid
view of Honolulu, with its foreground
of reef and ocean and background
of mountains. Mr. Win. F. Smith
of San Francisco was the architect.
Mr. Robt. Lislunan of Honolulu
superintended the stone work, and
Mr. Wm. Mutch of Honolulu the
wood work. Hon. C. R. Bishop, of
the Board of Trustees, presented the
building to the Board in honor of his
late wife, Princess Beruice Pauahi
Bishop, under whose last will and
testament Kameliameha Schools were
founded. Bishop.Museuuiand Bishop
Hall now rank among the chief
sights of Honolulu. The' are reach
ed by a few minutes' walk from the
Ptilama terminus of the tramvays.
The hack fare from town to the
buildings is fiO cents.
A Chinaman is locked up for the
murder of his own child. In Janu
ary the body of a female child en
closed in a kerosene tin was found
in a stream at Waikiki. It was sup
posed to have been four (lavs old at
j death. An investigation was held
without yielding any clue to the
Members of the police force keep
such mysteries in mind sometimes.
Ollicer Kunmkahiupo lately overheat d
a wrangle between two Chinumen, in
which one accusal the other of be
ing a bad muii. As an instance of
his badness lie charged him with
having killed his baby and put it in '
The ofllccr kept his eye on tlio ac
cuser and seizing huu at the first ,
opportunity got from him an account
of the crime. Then followed the ar
rest of the accused. He is a mar
ried man, rather good-looking, with
a wife and young son of two or three
years. Wife and child were present
ut u preliminary investigation in the
Deputy Marshal's ollice This morning
before the mini was sent below to the
cells. The information is that the
child was made away with after the
barbarous custom of Chinese because
it was a girl.
The accuser has also been locked
up as an accomplice. Both uro
charged with murder. Their nuiues
are Ah Sing and Ynu Moy.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Cathedral congregation. On Good
Fiiday the morning and evening ser
vices will be .it the same hours as on
Sunday. The addresses, on the
"Seven Words from the Cross," will
bo given ut 1 :30 p, in., by the Rev.
J. Usborno. On Easter Day, Holy
Communion ut 0 ;30 ; Morging Prayer
11 a. in. There will bo a second cel
ebration of Holy Communion after
Morning Prayer. Evening Prayer at
A RECENT VISITOR.
4llveM llln luiprPMsloim r tliu 11
iiiiiIh to tin Ori.-Jronln.il.
The Portland Oregonian of March
19 contains an interview with James
P. Moffett, from which the following
extracts arc taken:
"James P. Moffett and wife and
child have returned from a pleasaut
trip to the Sandwich Islands. When
Mr. Moffett luft here, nine months
ago, his heullh was very poor and
there was but little hope for recovery,
lint tlie stay on the islands has made
a new man of him. consequently he
cannot say loo much in praise of the
charming islanders und the delight
ful climate of the country. He is as
brown as a true-born Kanaka. While
on the islands he laid aside business
cares and looked out fur his health.
Queen Liliuokalani was very kind to
Mr. and Mrs. Moffett, and invited
them several times to attend recep
tions at the palace. Mr. Moffett is
so delighted with the islands that he
intends to return next spring and in
vest his money in a coffee plantation.
The publishers of the Paradise of the
Pacific, the leading paper of the isl
ands, extended many courtesies to
him and made his stay pleasant."
Mr. Moffett then gives his views
on the condition and prospects of the
islands, citing reasons why annexa
tion "is the only salvation for the
islands." He says:
"The islanders take life easier
than aii3r other people in the world.
Their ollice hours are from 9 to 5,
and it is considered quite the fashion
to work three hours a day. Every
body makes money and spends with
out stint, just as old-timers did in
California in the days of gold. You
cau imagine the extravagance when
1 tell you that ill Honolulu, a town
of 20,000 people, there are 200
licensed hackw, and bosidos evory
family of any consequence keeps
carriages and riding horses. When
there is a fire even the firemen jump
into hacks and drive to the scene."
Mr. Moffett describes the Queen
as an estimable old lady, who is do
ing her best to improve the morals
of the kingdom. His remarks on the
political situation contain some mis
statements of fact and a little in
formation with no higher authority
than Honolulu street gossip. On
the Pearl Harbor question he speaks
"One of the most cnlei prising incti
1 met in my travels was B. F. Dil
lingham, an American, who is presi
dent and one of the largest owners
of the Oahu railway, which runs to
Pearl Harbor. The harbor is wanted
by the United States for a coaling
station. With an expenditure of
about $800,000, it could be made one
of the finest harbors in the world."
'WORLD'S FAIR NOTES,
Speoiul World's Fair Commissioner
Alexander Campbell has returned
from Australasia and reports that
great enthusiasm over the exposition
is felt in that part of the world.
New South Wales, South Australia,
Victoriu, Queensland, New Zealand,
Tasmania ure all making extensive
preparations for their representation,
and splendid exhibits aie reported
sure to be sent. Three new steam
ers between Sydney and Sun Fran
cisco are about to be put on.
Remenyi, tlie well known violin
virtuo'so, has made application for a
space of not less than four hundred
squaro feet in which to exhibit his
great collection of rare Afiican eth
nological specimens. The selection,
which compiises over fifteen hun
dred carefully selected specimens,
lias been formed during the last forty
years, und is beyond a question the
most perfect of its kind. It is espe
cially rich in the ancient regal sym
bols in use among the Zulus, includ
ing seeplres, royal bracelets, which
were used instead of crowns, and
other emblems of hammered silver,
of carved and polished ivory and of
rhinooerouB hoin. Tho roynl brace
lets are especially interesting. They
ure hollowed rings mude from trans
verse sections of huge elephant
tusks, and, until his death, wore
never taken off after once placed on
the arm of tho king. There are ulso
several splendid specimens of the
exceedingly rare und beautiful roynl
silk mantles of the sovereigns or
Madagascar, tlneo hundred and moic
years ago. These mantles are curi
ously adorned with broideries of
inetulB and uncut precious stones
and of featlier work. Every speci
men hi the collection is perfect and
unique of its kind.
Picture Frames made to
order from lateHt styles of
moulding. Renovation of
old pictures a specialty at
King Bros., Hotel street.
This question seems rather start
ling at first blush. But wo do not
mean a political revolution ending in
blood. Wo simply mean a revolution
of practical usefulness. You can't be
useful unless you're well. A grout
many of us are "pretty well," others
uio imt. This puuHin is pnrticulnrly
living. Thnsu who aie well take
Hiirsaparillas to keep oil' trouble;
tho'-e who are sick are taking them to
regain lost health. Wo hae Sorib
neiV, Ayer's, Joy's, Hood's and Bris
tol's Siusaparilliis They purify and
enrich the blood ; it makes food
nourishing, woik pleasant, bleep ie
freshing anil life unjoyable.
In our niakai window you will see
eomu bottles of mineral waters. These
mi' often prescribed by physicians foi
vaiions complaints and aie said to be
etllcacious. You might try jonie
Buffalo Lithia Water, Ilunyadi Jauos
or Carlsbader Sprudel and seo what
they can do for you.
"It's a splendid dentifrice," said u
gentleman aftor trying a sample of
Dr. Sheffield's Cream Dentifrice. Try
a sample tube. We still have a few
free samples left.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO..
Corner Port fc IClnir Btroots.
Tlie First Sale to be held
Oa SATURDAY, April 2tt,
AT l O'CLOCK XOOX.
At the Premises in the rear of the ollice
of .7. I. Dowsett, on Queen street.
Honolulu, April 14, 18J2. 3'J.ri &t
Published Every Thursday
AT 84 A YKA1I.
The Leading Chinese Paper of
EST" Advertisements Inserted at Low
Kates! Job Printing in Chinese Neatly
Oflice, : : 5H Xuuniiu St.
For San Francisco.
Tlio JTlno IJui-lc
" A. J B JEJ R. T,"
Will sail for tlie above port on o- about
APRIL 18, 1 8i,
8 For Parage apply to
H. HACKFELO & CO.,
304 8t Agents
For San Francisco.
"PLANT JB-0 fi ,"
Will sail for the above poits on or about
APltXJL, 18, 18.
tSST For Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
394 :tt A genu.
THE " STERLING "
Has a Beautiful Double Dia
mond Fiame! All Ball hear
ings! Dust Proof and Oil lio
talnliigl Cushion Tyres I Cush
ion Forks! Cushion Scats!
FKISCO I'KItJKS !
ggjrOidciH uikt'ii to arrive foi tho
CASTLE & OOOKE.
A QUARTERLY dividend Is duo and
payable to tho stockholders of the
lntcr-lslaud Steam Navigation Com
pany, ut tlieir olilee on THURSDAY,
April 14, 181)2,
W. II. MoLKAN,
Honolulu, Apill 12, 161)2. 31)1 3t
Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
A Little Black Dog with
white throat, ans
wering to the iiainu of
"llomeo" lias been lost.
Wa a suitable re win u will no
given for its return to this olilee.
FOR KB NT
rpiIE lloin-o now occupied
X by T. .Smith, Esq.., on
lieietauia stieet next to Mr.
Lose. Possession given on the 1st of
May next. For particulars Inquire at
tho Custom House,
391 tf Q. E. ItOARDMAN.
Island Shells and Curios !
A IIOI.KriALE and letall, cheap for
YV eash. at 101 Fort street, betweeu
Elilers" thy goods
Uertz's kuoo store.
store aim rrann
Are We On The Eve
ADD ZEST TO IT !
.JW rHj )(h l7i
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprei kcls' Bank, Honolulu.
imr. m stc!!,
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
- Ol'R OWN
Special Vaiuo in Ladies' Night Gowns !
See what we are now selling for Si. 00 and 81.25 ! They are Well-made,
Good Cotton and Nicclv Trimmed !
OUR SKIRTS FOR SO CENTS ! CANT BE BEAT 1
LADIES' CORSET COVERS !
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES 1
" OLD " S
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FOKT STREETS,
IN lS.V.) BY ( E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Fomta, Caliiiii'l Making, UpliolsteriDg & Undertaking
Harness in Honolulu are ill extant, and the business, Its originator and
pii'rcut piopiietor lieie to May. llavhur. puicbaed the entire iutei est of
the hue linn of 11 II. Williams it Co., cuinpilbimr the largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; piineip illy selected by H. H. Williams during his late three
month' visit to the Co.it, I now oflcr this stock and future addition, for
CASH at pi lees much less than heretofore charged.
iSy'l'hu undersigned in resuming lib old place and business would lespect
fully teudei ids grateful thanks for the liberal patronage of old friends of this
and neigliboiiiig Islands, and hopes to uici it n continuance of their favors whlla
soliciting a share fiom new friends; and again offers his services lu
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful -Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Suporior Quality Furnibhed and Laid by Competent Men
OSy PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -a
And he is sure to get
a good N gativc, bu
cause he uses the
M. A. SEED
1H . -mFIVj .r.'WM 1 ilnJ
lOtl Fort .Street,
EG AN & G-tTN-lNr
100 Vuvt Stieet,
Vritluy, nt urdiiy mill
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents
8-Uutton Sac Gloves,
No. 2, 65o ; No. 3, 75o ; No.
A bftdly cooked meal gives
about .is much satisfaction as
jelly that don't jell. There's
no reason for you to sit down
at your own tabic und eat
dyspepsia promoters, while wc
sell the celebrated Fischer
Sti;hl Uaxgis. Every arti
cle of food is thoroughly
cooked in less time than by
any other stove.
The' save their cost in fuel
ite Skirts !
AND BUYS HIS
Honolulu, II. 9.
'JC X. X3
we -will otl'or our
I'RIOE,, 75 j
75c, regular price, $1.
CHEAP FOR CASH
5, 80p ;
xr.t i if.
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