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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COS
K1UMI AN1 AI'Tltll VRH. 1. 1H!1.
Leave Honolulu. ..6:15
Arrive Honolulu. ..8:35
10:43 3: It
I'KAllli OITT LOCAL.
Arrivo Pearl City
Loavo Pearl City.. fi:00 ..
Arrivo Honolulu.. .0:40 ..
t Saturdays only.
SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1892.
Stun- Watinaualo from Molokal and
Htuir J A Cuininlus from Koolan
Stinr Jlokolll from Molokui
iStuir Lcluia from Ilamakna
Stuirlwahiiil from llatnnktia
Am bk Ooryphene, Townsend, for San
Am'sehr Golden Shoro, Henderson, for
VESSELS LEAVINC MONDAY.
Am bktnc Plauter, Dow, for San Fian-
Am bktne Y II Dlinond, Nelson, for
Bk Albert, Winding, for San Francisco
Stmr O H Bishop for Walanae and Puua-
luu at U a in
Stmr Kilauea IIou for Kukalati and Oo-
Stmr Wnlmannlo for Maul and MoloKai
at 4 p tn
Stmr Pele for Makawell at 10 a m
Stmr Mokolil for Molokai at 5 p m
Stmr Hawaii for Ilamakna at fi p m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Walmanalo G hogs, G horses and
a deck load of furniture.
Stinr Kaala 2170 bags sugar.
Stmr Kilauea Uou 4110 bags sugar.
Stmr .lames Makee 3420 bags sugar.
Stmr J A Cummins 1120 bags sugar.
From Sau Fraucisco, per bark S C
A lieu, April 10 Miss Brewer, Mrs At
water. SHIPPING NOTES.
' The American schooner Golden Shore,
dipt Henderson, sailed to-day with a
caieo of 22,021 bags sugar, weighing
2,537 ,7fiG lbs, shipped in the following
lots: 15,272 bags by C Brewer & Co,
1700 bags by Castle & Cooke, G040 baga
by Theo H Davles & Co. Domestic
value G5,350 0.
The American bark Coryphene, Capf
Grant, sailed to-day with a cargo of
20,435 bags of sugar, weighing 2.519.2G8
lbs, shipped in the following lots : 3649
bags by C O Berger, 1G,78G bags by W G
Irwin & Co. Domestic value 75,420.
Tho crack vessels V II Dimoud,
Planter and Albert are preparing for
their ocean race to the Golden Gate on
Monday next. The Dimond took in rice
yesterday, while the others are taking in
CARTER At Pearl City, April 12, to
the wife of J. C. Carter, a son.
NORTH HILO ELECTION.
Horner Klected and Another ProteHt
The steamer lwalani which arrived
this afternoon brought the result of
tho North Ililo election on Hawaii.
A. Homer, the Reform candidate for
Representative, defeated James Mat
toon, the Liberal, by 92 votes to 11.
J. Mattoon, the defeated candidate,
has entered another protest on the
ground that a registration meeting
had not been held five days previous
to the election.
Should the protest be upheld W.
II. Rickard will enter the race, and
it is thought by the constituents that
a "walk over" will take place.
The Hawaiian Electrio Plating
Works Co. has brought a suit of
8300, trover, in tho Police Court
against Homer, a Portuguese, who
the plaintiffs claim closed and nailed
up their store without legal grounds.
F. M. Hatch and J. A. Magoon for
the plaintiffs ; V. V. Ashford for de
fendants. The case was heard on
Wednesday and the Police Justice
has reserved his decision.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert at
Emma Square this afternoon, com
mencing at J :80 o'clook. Following
is the program :
March Express Schlld
Overture Kaymond .. .,..,,,. Thomas
Finale Taniihaiiser. . . Wagner
Selection Kruanl Verdi
Gavotte Domino Ohelschlager
Waltz Blue Lake Millocker
On Easter Sunday a special car will
leave Pauoa for St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at a quarter after live to accom
modate tho worbhippors at tho 5:30
a. in. borvicow, Tho ictum car will
leave tho Cathedral at G ;30, Tho car
for tho 9:30 morning servico will
leave Puuoa at a quarter after 9.
The other special curs throughout tho
day will run as usual.
MussrH. King Brow, aire
showing a lino lino oi Bain
boo and other Htyle Parlor
ISiigelH, Wall Brackets and
Window Cornices at prices
to meet the times.
I I iiTMiflni Mlir. Oil iHllff iMriifrairi I iJilTi '"
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
All boys these days old wifo's
sign of war.
Thk regular concort nt Emma
Sqtiaro will tako placo this afternoon.
IIkii Majesty the Queen will give a
privato fishing party at Waikiki to
night. The Hawaii anil Crescent baseball
teams will meet this afternoon for tho
Thk Schmidt diedger was towed
out to tho harbor bar for business
Thk morning paper belongs to yes
terday. The evening pnpei is tho
journal of to-day.
Thk American missionary packet
Morning Rtnr will go on the Marine
Railway on Monday.
To-Mouiiow being Easter Sunday,
special praibo services will be held in
the ditl'eront churches.
Diamond Head, li! in. Weather
hazy ; wind light south-west. Steam
er lwalani oil' tho Heads.
Ekuink Co. No. 1 will drill at tho
lop of .Emma street this afternoon.
Tho pennant is Hying, boys.
Mil. John A.Moore, Assistant School
Inspector, is in town it nil about to
make an ofllcial tour of the Oahn
The Survey Department leporlod
that the time signal to-day from Lu
cas' mill was not correct, being several
V. V. AsiiroKD will defend Ah Sing
and Moi, charged with murder. These
are the Chinamen accused of tho in
fauticidc at Waikiki.
Hioh tide largo Monday will be at
8 :45 p. m. ; small, 8 a. in.; low tide
large, 1 :10 p. in. ; small, 4 a. in. Sun
will rise, 5 :I18 ; set, (i :20.
Thk apprehended convict Kum
Wun alias All Mon, captured at Wiii
alae yesterday, will bo tried on Mon
day in the Police Court.
Tun services of the second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow morning will commence at
9 .-30 instead of 9 :45 o'clock.
Theue were crowded houses, even
to standing room, at the benefit m
high opera to China Engine Co. at
the Chinese Theater yesterday.
The fountain at the Beretauia and
Kapiolani streets corner of Thomas
Square, after a long period of dry de
Buetude, is again yielding drink to the
Yesterday morning one of the
Metropolitan Meat Market horses ran
away near tho residence of Mr. J. F.
Hackfold on Punchbowl. The cart
wus upset and badly wrecked.
The black mare "Lolokulani,"
named by Her Majesty and owned by
James Gay, will contest, with "Duke
Spencer" in the coming Derby for
superiority in a one-mile race.
A now of ironwood trees lias been
planted outside tho sidewalk on the
Beretania street side of Thomas
Squat r. When the trees grow they
will make a great improvement in ap
pearances. The building at the niakai corner
of Alakea and Queen streets, known
as the Queen street Japanese hotel,
is being demolished. Another Japa
nese hotel has been started on the
opposito corner, mauka side.
Exclusion and Harmony Lodges,
together with Pacific Degree Lodge of
the Daugh ers of Jtebekah, I. O. O.
F., will combine in a celebration of
the anniversary of Baltimore Unity
Odd Fellowship on the 20th inst.
Communicants of the Anglican
Church should bear in mind that there
will be a celebration of the Holy
Communion in the Cathedral, nt 5:30
o'clock to-morrow, Sunday, morning.
Tho Rev. Alex. Mackintosh will cele
brate. People take the evening paper into
their houses. In the cool leisure hours
it is read through and through, adver
tisements and all. The whole family
read it, beginning with the parents
and ending with the child that can
only spoil out the words.
An Easter praise service will bo
held in Kaumakapili Church Sunday
evening commencing at 7:-15 o'clock.
Miss Kulamanu Ward, the Kamelui
ineha'Gleo Club and the lvaumaka
pili choir will sing, and Prince Kit
laniannole pluy a violin bolo. All
seats are free.
Tin: water main on Queen street
has beon fully repaired and this
morning water was supplied in
abundance to tho icsidents of the
large district dependent on that main
for a supply. Superintendent J. O.
White confirms tho Bulletin's opin
ion that a now main is needed.
Amono tho booty taken in tho rob
Iter's cavo is an unclaimed line rug,
0ft, x 2ft. Gin,, bluish green ground
witli red dowers and olive green and
bull' foliage. '1 ho ownor can have it
by applying at the Marshal's Oflico,
If no claimant appears the Bulletin
will attach it for its new oilice.
Thk morning paper is hastily
glanced over by the busy man anxious
to catch his car for business, and then
thrown aside and foigoltou for 21
hours. It is a painful task lo pick out
tho few itoms of intelligence that have
transpired in the dead hours of oven
iug fioin amongst tho rehash of tho
previous day's nows that overybody
has already read in the ovoning
Thk Elelo (nativo weekly) dies with
to-day's issue, after a checkered career
extending back into pre-rovolutionary
times. Beginning as an organ of ab
solutism it caiuo to bo tho advecato
of radicalism in the form of the elec
tion of all important oflieials, Tho
Elcle announces its successor will bu
a daily called "Ku Leialii o Hawaii,"
ut 50 cents a month, published by a
I NEWS FROM MAUI,
JucUo Georffo E, Richardson
Grcni Succckh 1" the Cantata.
Entlicr at Itlakiiwno.
Again has the Angel Death visited
this community and smitten down
oiie of our prominent, and well be
loved citizens. The Hon. Judge
George E. Richardson died this
morning at about 5 :30, after a ling
ering and painful illness. He was
a comparatively young man, uot
quite forty-two years of age.
The funtyal will take place at 4 p.
tn. to-day. The remains will be laid
to rest in the family tomb at Wai
kapu. The Indies of Makowao deserve
great credit for their labor in the
preparation of the Cantata "Esther,
the Beautiful Queen," which pleased
a large audience at the Maknwao
Foreign Church last evening (Wed
nesday, April 18th). Finoncially it
was a very great success, the pro
ceeds going to aid tho East Maui
Female Seminary a pioject which
undoubtedly lias the support and
sympathy of the entire community,
judging by the Inrge turnout of
Maui's best and most influential citi
zens, forcyerybody was there. The
program with personnel is as follows :
CAST OF riMI! AC1 KUS.
Queen Esther . .
Mr. H. Laws.
.Mr. II. P. Baldwin.
, . .Miss hone Stiles.
,. Mr. Dickey,
Moidecai'sSister. Miss Gertrude Stiles.
Harbonah Mr. Hare.
Hegai Mr. Lindsey.
Herald Mr. Nicoll.
Soprano Solo MUs Nott.
Chorus of Persians
"Human, Human, long live Human,"
"Theit' is a certain people."
Duet King and Hainan.
"A bong of joy."
"Lo, o'er the wicked."
Solo and Chorus Moidecai, Esther
and the Jews.
"Woe is me" "Israel, O Israel" "Go
thou unto the King" "To thee, O
Lord" "God is the Refuge."
Solo and Duet King and Esther.
"What is it, Queen Esther, and what
is thy lequest."
Persian Chorus and Solos Call to the
"Haste to the banquet hall" "Then
go thou merrily."
Solos Attendants, Zcrish and Chorus.
"Mordecai, the Jew, shall no longer
sit in scorn" "Why should this He
brew vex my loid."
Scribe reads Records to the King.
Solos King, Scribe and Human.
"Aha, aha, proud Human begins to
"Rejoice! Rejoice, open ye the gates"
"Trust in the Lord forever" "Thou
wilt keep him in perfect peace,"
Solos and Chorus Mordecai's Sister,
High Priest and Hegai.
Solo anil Chorus
"Thus shall be done unto the man
whom tho King delighteth to honor."
Solo Zerish to Human.
"Thy galling defeat, alas! we know it
Duet and Full Choi us
"Long live our beauteous Queen," etc.
"What is thy petition, and what is
thy iequest?" "Do I wake, or am I
dreaming?" "When the Lotd turned
uguin the captivity" "Beautiful are
thy lowers, O Zion" "Praise ye the
The ushers were Messrs. F. W.
Hardy, C. N. V. Forster, Win. Moss
mun and Ogg. Zig.
Wailuku, April 14.
ADMIRAL BROWN HOME.
Admiral George Brown and party
returned by the steamer J. A. Cum
mins from a tour around tho island
to-day. All returned safe and
sound. A mishap occurred to the
wagon which contained the supplies
and baggage of the party ut Ahui
inatiu. The wagon was going up a
hill and was mounting it slowly owing
to the weight of the cargo, when the
horso was dragged back and wagon
and all wcro dumped into a ditch.
Clms. Brewster, who was driving,
sustained a cut on the head. The
valises, in fact everything, were wet
through. Tho musicians violins
were badly damaged. Other than
this mishap tho trip was pleasant
and enjoyable throughout.
TO THE ADVERTISING PUBLIC.
Notwithstanding the self laudation
I and boasting of nn "alleged contem
porary, tho Daily Bullktin is still
at tho top, and intends to stay there,
Its daily circulation is OVER 100
MORE Til AN ANY OTHER DAILY
NEWSPAPER ever published in this
city. Advcrliset'3 or their authorized
agents are at liberty to examine our
subscription books at any time for
the verification of the above state
ment. Not only is tho Daily Bulletin
ahead of anything in Honolulu, but
is rapidly taking the placo of tho
moribund weekly (the mortgagees'
sheet) on tho other islauds, Every
steamer from the different islands
brings us now orders for subscrip
tions. Advertisers will do well to
look into the matter before placing
Nulrliln of JnmcH Ilnriln. n Half
James Harris, a linlf-wliite, car
penter by trade, committed suicide
early this morning at his residence
on Fort street nearly opposito Kukul
street. Harris was found in his bed
neatly attired In a black suit of
clothes with tho pistol, a 32-calibcr
self-cocking six-shooter, still tightly
clutched in his right hand. A wound
on his right temple showed where tho
bullet had entered.
Deputy-Marshal J. A. Mehrtcn re
ceived a messago with regard to tho
affair at G:30 o'clock. He left imme
diately for tlio scene nnd viewed the
remains. Dr. Chas. Peterson was
called in 'and ou examination found
the ball had entered tho right tem
ple, reaching the brain and causing
Harris had been married for ten or
twelve years, and had one child, a
girl of about 15 years. The cause
of the man's self-destruction was tho
betrayal of his devotion and love for
his wife, who deserted him last Mon
day. Strenuous, but fruitless efforts
were made by Harris to effect
a reconciliation with his wife. After
her desertion Harris became despond
ent and begun drinking heavily. On
Wednesday morning he called at the
Deputy-Marshul's oilice in a maudlin
state for the purpose of getting out a
warrant for the apprehension of his
wife. The Deputy-Marshal asked
him if lie kliew where his wife was
sta3Mng, when he answered that ho
did not. Consequently he was ad
vised to go home and keep sober and
if he found out where she was to re
port again at the olilco. Harris was
seen later in a worse state than be
fore. Tlie unfortunate man was pos
sessed of considerable property, own
ing the residence where he lived on
Fort street, besides land at Ewa,
Oalni, and some money. He was a
quiet, unassuming fellow and had
never been known as other than a
gentleman Harris left a note writ
ten in Hawaiian on note-book paper,
purporting to be his will. The fol
lowing is a copy of the document:
tuanslateh copy. J
will of land.
If my wife is dead all my property
will be turned over to Laika, Iuko
and Malic. To Miss Harris ($7.00)
seven dollars a month until she gets
a husband. The property is to be
held in trust during the lives of the
family, with remainder lo last sur
vivor. No mortgage shall be taken
or put on said land as security. All
incumbrances on said property they
are responsible. If my wife is not
dead she gets one-third. I James
Harris have no debt except four
dollars to a Chinaman Chi Kee.
I am now going to take my life
because I love my wife, and because
I have been disappointed by the Mar
shals and by the lawyers and because
I have been recognized as a bad
What I want is unison with every
body. It is not those that wear good
clothes and have a bad heart. Those
who have a good heart, no satisfac
tion is given to what thev say. R.
W. Holt owes $100.00.
C. J. McCarthy has lots
street for wile.
The Brunswick aro theonly Billiaid
Puilois in town. G-tf
The Bulletin is away beyond all
other advertising mediums.
Aiteu shaving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
The Board of Education has an of
ficial notice to School Agents in this
Sunhuhn lelieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bent-on, Smith & Co.,
Easteu buns are to be had from
Love's Bakery. Don't fail to order a
supply in time.
SuiiPitiSF. your little ones with an
Easter-Egg. They have Mime little
beauties at tho Klito Ice Cream Par
Delicious coffee mid chocolate will
bo boived every morning early at tho
Palace Ice Cicain Pitrlorb, Ludwighon,
it (hon, Hotel stiect. 1-tf
Shampooinu and heud-washingdono
for ladies at their residence by Mibh
Wolf, who can be found at 7!t Boro
taniu wtreot, or by Mutuul Telephone
G'.IU, bufoio 8 a. in. or after fn.'tO p. in.
Messrs. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism there
as follows: "Tho wife of Mr. Win.
l'ruitt, the Postmaster hero, had been
bed-iiddcn with rheumatism for sev
eral years. She could get nothing
to do her any good. Wo sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's Paiu Balm
und she was completely cured by its
use. We refer any one to her to
verify this statement." 50 cent bot
tles for sale by nil dealers, Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
DRAFT No. fi47 of tho Hawaiian
Agricultural Company dated Jan
uary 20, 1801, In favor of Jose do Sou.a
VpikiiioIu. for 824. All persona aie cau
tioned against cashing the draft, pay
nieiu having been stopped BU4 8t
WIumi you wanii u Portrait
Enlarged call on KingliroH.,
gut their inico lltt and seo
tttimpliMi. Tlioy can't bo boat.
Are We On The Eye of
This question seems rather start
ling at first blush. But we do not
mean it political revolution ending in
blood. Wo simply mean a revolution
of practical usefulness. You can't be
useful unless you're well. A great
many of us am "pretty well," others
aro not. This season is particularly
trying. Those who ro well take
Sursaparillas to keep oil' trouble;
those who are sick aro taking them to
regain lost health. We have Scrib
ncr's, Ayer's, Joy's, Hood's and Bris
tol's Sursaparillas. They purify and
enrich tho blood; it makes footl
nourishing, work pleasant, sleep re
freshing and life enjoyable.
In our makai window you will see
some bottles of mineral waters. These
aro often prescribed by physicians for
various complaints and are said to bo
ctllcaciom. You might try some
Buffalo Lithia Water, Hunyadi Janos
or Carlsbader Sprudel and see what
they can do for you.
"It's a splendid dentifrice," said a
gentleman after trying a sample of
Dr. Sheffield's Cream Dentifrice. Try
a sample tube. Wo still have a few
free samples left.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Comur Port As Iilntr HtrootH.
APRIL 17, 181)2.
Pacific Iron foils Co.
Having acquired tho property of the
Union lion Woiks Co. offer for
sale at reduced rates
Hardware & Merchandise I
Bar Iron and Steel,
Gas Pipe & Fittings, Brass Valves,
Glohe, Anglo & Check, Iron & Steel
Plates, large assortment;
MACIIINK BO LI'S?,
Blank Nuts, hexagon and Minnie,
hot and cold pressed; Boiler Tubes,
Boiler IJivets, Brass Itod ic Brass
Pipes, Etc., Etc.
Also, all Surplus Stock it Machlnory.
Small Castings, Jobbings & Repair Work
Attended to with despatch.
tffif" For terms apply at otllce Queen
street, or P.O. Box 380; Mutual Tel. 487.
U02 w Panifk Iron Work Co
Published Every Thursday
AT HI A VKAIt.
The Leading Chinese. Paper of
tgr Advertisements Inserted at Low
Kates! Job Printing in Chinese Neatly
: till Xiiuuuu fit.
Weekly Sale if Horses
The First Sale to be held
AT M O'tll.OCIIC MMIV
At the Preuilst's in the rear of the otllco
of if. I. Dowsetr, on Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1 1, 1&92. IIU.'i bt
Has u Beauttfiil Double Dia
mond Friimu! All Ball Hear
ings! Dust Proof mid OH Re
taining! Cushion Tyres I Cush
ion Folks! Cushion Seats!
FK5SCO PUIOr.N !
jtfiyOrdvia tukou to arilve foi thu
CASTLE & COOKE.
Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
A Little Black Dog with
white throat, aiis
w ei lug to thu naiiiu of
"ltoinco" has been lost.
A suitable lewaid vvillbu
given for Its return lo this ottlce.
J i r -it ...., -3 SM
ADD ZEST TO IT
AV.J- H I i
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcckels' Bunk, Honolulu.
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
peciai Valiis in Ladies' Night Gowns!
See what we are now selling for SI.
Good Cotton nnd
OUR SKIRTS FOR oO CENTS ! CAN'T BE BEAT I
LADIES' CORSET COYERS !
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 18f)!l BY C. K. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Cabinet Milking, Upholstering d Uodertaking
Business in Honolulu am itill extant, and the husiness, its originator and
lucent proprietor heie to it ay. llavimr purchased the entire iuterest of
the late linn of II. II. Williams, & Co., comprising the largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; principally si-lccted by 11. II. Williams during lib, lute three
mouths' visit to the Coast, 1 now offer this stock and future additions for
CASH at prices much lei-s than huictofore charged.
Ifiy Tho uiidcistgncd in roaiiiuinc his old place anil business would respect
fully tender hio grateful thanks for the liberal patronage of old friends of this
am) neighboring Islands, and hopes to inui it u continuance of their favors while
soliciting a share from new friends; and again offeis his services in
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Malting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Vlen !
66T PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES, "a
And he is sure to get
a good Negative, be
cause lie uses tilt)
M. A. SEED
Vfi'i TT--T.I 'ItrjtdlfciT frETT
HOLLISTER & CO,
IOD Fori M rc.
O V Xi
EG-AM & GTJ3NT 3NT
100 Foil Street, Itrciver IllocJc.
ITrhliiy, Saturday mid 3Iomlii we -ylll oiVor our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
RKCULAU PRICK, 75;
6-Iiulton Sao Gloved, 7f)o., regular price, $1,
ALL-SILK lUBBON, CHEAP FOli CASH I
No. 2. 05o; No. 3, 7fic; No. 5, 80u; No.7,l; No, 0, $1.25
. No. l'i.SUO; Nu. 10, $1.75.
A badly cooked meal gives
about as much satisfaction as
jelly that don't jell. There's
no reason for you to sit down
at your own table and eat
dyspepsia promoters, while wc
soil the celebrated Fischer
Stkkl JiAXoic. Every arti
cle of food is thoroughly
cooked in less time than by
any other stove.
They save their cost in fuel
00 and SI. 25 ! They are Well-made,
Nicelv Trimmed 1
AND IN ALL
AND BUYS HIS
Honolulu, II. 1.
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