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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mit. Uco. Lyeurgiis is nt Waianao,
Lr.TTMis'for "S." and "E." at this
Hardly anyotu' wan on the streets
Hand conceit ut Eininu Square this
Skvlhal gunllmnonloft town to-day
lor Ewu to escape llio stiltiy town uir.
Tin: Honolulu and Kuniohainohas
cross bats on Uiu diamond this afternoon.
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Lust quarter or tho mimu on tho ltltli nt 41i.
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Ijailu BiiTlef iai
SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1802.
Stiur Waimanalo from Molokni and
Stmr Mokolii from Molokai
Sluir J A Cummins fiom Koolau
Stmr Lcliiui from Hamakua
Stmr Kuala froniKIIuiicaaud H.inalol
Sehr Kauikcaoullfiom Kohala
Tun Y. M. COlnl) will meet at the
club rooms tu-nioirow afternoon at one
O.nh case of drunkennen9 was dis
posed of in tho Police Com I this
Thk Golden Utile Bazaar, W. F.
Reynolds proprietor will keep open
Rev. Hans Isenberg will hold praise
service in German at the Y. M. C. A.
Onk bundled and lifty-six bags of
watermelons arrived in town on tho
island steamers this morning.
Miis. Jno. F. Ahhworth is going to
Southern Californit for the benefit of
her health, leaving by the S. N. Cas
tle next week.
A dkliohtkul party was given at
the residence of Dr. and Mrs. A. E.
Nichols last evening. The residence
was brilliantly illuminated.
The Paradito of the Pacific for May
contains a portiait of lion. J. I. Dow
.ictt, and lots of society news, besides
11 good run of contributions and selections.
Ship Columbia for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVINC MONDAY.
Stmr Waialeale for Labaiua and Hauia-
Kua at 10 a 111
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai and Maui at 5
Stmr U R Bishop for Wnianuc, Waialua
and ICaliuku at 'J a m
Stmr Hawaii for llaiiiakua at 5 p 111
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Mokolii 10 calve-, " horses, 1 mule, 11
pigs. 02 bas taio, 50 bags water
melons and 153 hides.
Bishop 2010 bags sugar, 40 hides, 10G
bags watermelons and 30 pkgs sun
dries. Kaala 1103 bags sugar, 20 bags rice and
10 pkgs sundries.
Lehua 2-125 bags sugar.
It was rumored last evening that
I). L. Huntsman was engaged in col
lecting an iirmy of Japs and Portu
guese at Waianae, O.thu. There is
nothing in it.
It you don't attend Mr. Levey's
horse sales on Satin days you miss a
circus full of fun. Tho way the frisky
"clitters" scatter the crowd every now
and then is a caution. Very fair
prices for the times wore realized to
day. The second concert by the Musiu
Company will take place at the Opera
House this evening. There was not a
seat left downstairs at 10 this morn
ing and Mr. Levey began reserving
the balcony front low.
The boat race between boats of tho
different merchant vessels in port has
been postponed to Tuesday afternoon
at 5 o'clock, owing to the fact that
some of tho captains could not get
their crews together this afternoon.
The different captains had men en
gaged to-dny in greasing the bottoms
of their boats.
LET'S HAVE FllEE SUGAR.
I.oulsvU'c Com lor Joiirn il J
Now wc have a Sugar Trust, and
it is a Rood time to "bust trusts."
The Philadelphia Record offers the
following resolution to Congress as a
solution of tho whole matter:
"Resolved, That on and after May
1, 18D2, all remaining duties on
sugar, including glucose or grape
sugar and confectionery, he and arc
This, as the Record says, would
not have to lie referred to the Ways
and Mcaii3 Committee. Instead a
vole could at ouco be readied liy
offering thu lesoltttion and moving
its passage under a Miponsion of
the rules. It cites the history of
free quinine as an encouragement
and as a precedent.
"Tills method of legislation was
adopted with signal success by Mr.
MoKeuzie, of Kentucky, when he of
fered a resolution to repeal the cruel
tax on quinine. Tho resolution was
introduced on a most opportune oc
casion, when a merciless combination
had, behind the tariff, enormously
advanced the cost of this valuable
medicine agaitut multitudes of fever
stiicken people. In every way the
result indicated the wisdom and hu
manity of such legislation. The price
of quinine rapidly declined with the
lepeal of the duty, and the false pre
tense that the manufacturers of this
medicine needed 'protection' was
This is all true, except that the ar
gument is oven stronger in behalf of
free sugar than in behalf of free
When quinine was put on the free
list, the raw materials ot which it is
made were still subject to duly. To
day the raw material used by these
sugar refineries is free ana the tax on
the finished article is an outrage.
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No boss, me picture wasn't among the seventy 'cause
I look so much like the Prince of Wales, they want to save
it for the Colonial edition.
A GOOD INVESTMENT
1 ins is uic lime wnen new land is
prepared for planting. If you don't
want a repetition of last year's dis
comforts cftsl aside llio old plow
and gel the
They are in successful ue on the
WaIMANALO SUGAR CO.,
PIG PER SUGAR MILL CO,
HAK U PLANTA1 ION.,
AND THERE SHOULD BE ONE ON YOURS !
pzw If " il
UNI 5N MILL CO.,
KOHALA SUGAR CO.,
HILO SUGAR CO.,
SsOJUO ONLY MY
Fort street, oppo. preekelh' Bank, ll"tiu
From Waianao and Waialua, per stmr
O It Bishop, May 21 Capt John Ross,
Judge Maheloua and one deck
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
A hiding rarty of ladies and gentle
men took a turn around the suburbb
yesterday afternoon. Among the
belles were: Mrs. Gunn, the Misses
Brown, Agnes Walker, Adele Widdi
fiold, Blanche Cornwoll, and Herbert
The ) irty finally went out to Waikiki,
returning about 9 o'clock. The party
was given by Miss Blanche Cornwell.
S S San Fiancisco, Kear-Adiniral
Blown, fi 0111 Sail DIeuo
Am is stmr Morning Star, Garland,
fiom South Sea Islands
Am ship J C Potter, Meyer, from New
Am bk Sonoma, Lee, from San Fran
cisco Am 5-m schr Louis, Hatch, f 10111 New
castle. N S W
' Am 4-iustd schr Canier Dove, Brandt,
f 10111 Newcastle, NS V
Am bktnc Forest Queen, Nelson, from
Am bktne SN Castle, Hubbaid, from San
Am bk Elsiuorc, Pel kins, from New
castle, N S W
Br ship Henmorc, Jenkins, from Liver
pool Nor bk Poseidon, Bjnrnon, from New
castle, N S W
FQREItiN VESSELS EXPECTED.
H 1 M S Hiei, Mori, from Japan
U M S S Mariposa, Hayward, from San
S S City of Peking, from Hongkong and
Yokohama, May 4
Am ship Pactolus, Bundle, from New
castle, N S W
Am bk Sumatra, Thomas, fiom New
castle, N S W
Gcr bk J C Plluger. from Bremen, July
Ger bk J C Glade, fiom LIveipool, June
Haw bk Fooling Suey, from Boston,
J mil! :io
llayv ship Helen Bi ewer, from Glasgow,
duo Aug 15
Nor bk Haviriien, Evangen, from New-
cattle, N S w
Am bk Mm gat ct from Newcastle. NSW
Brit bk Veritas from Newcastle. NSW
Bk Oreta from Newcastle, N S W
Tie schooner Louis will dock ou Mon
day to discharge her eaigo.
The bark KlMuoie has docked at the
foot of Fort stieet to dlccharge her coal.
The' American ship Columbia will
probably h'ay" Uil afternoon t lilgll
(lde for huii Francisco will) a full load of
Tiu steamer L"h(ia brought 2125 bags
pf sugar from the Puaulmn sugar ilaiitiiT
Mon, Hawaii, to-day.
OUDKKKIRK In this city. May 20,
May, newly bom infant daughter of
Mr, and Mis. Ondcrklrk,
The Royal Hawaiian Military Hand
will give a public concert this after
noon at Kinina Square, commencing
at -1 :30 o'clock. The program is as
Ballad Morning Peethovmi
Aiidanto- Suipiise hiiiphonv...iIaydu
Intel me.o C'uvullci la Riiblicaua,...
Selection Hti adullu ,. Flow tow
FuntiiHla Ounce on Ihu Green.
, t Ulhmherg
C. J. MoCaktiiy has lots on Liliha
street for sale. 3-tf
A NO. I RECEPTION.
Mr. Robert More, foreman of En
gine Company No. 1, was given an
enthusiastic reception by that body
at its hall last night. There was an
attendance of members and a few
invited friends whiuh filled seats all
around the room and then left a
crowd standing in the entry. The
mirror behind the chair had painted
on it in silver letters, "Welcome
Home Bob," and when Mr. More
arrived he was. saluted with "Aloha
Oe" sung and played by the Ha
waiian Quintet Club. Mr. J. D.
McVeigh, assistant foreman, from
the platform welcomed the chief back,
telling him how much the company
had mibsod him during hi3 absence
on Kauai. Mr. More responded with
thanks for the kind reception and an
expression of the great pleasure it
gave him to learn that while he was
away the company had fully sus
tained its line reputation. It was
still number one and they would nev
er allow it to be numbered second.
Interspersed with music by the na
tive minstrels songs were given by
Foreman More, Messrs. Saudeman,
MoTighe, Roach and Little. Brief
remaiks were made on call by Hon.
J. N. S. Williams, Messrs. Hill and
Logan. Heaps of sandwiches, crack
ers and cheese, washed down with
beer and temperance beverages, were
an impoitant part of the festival.
"Bob" did get a genuine No. 1 "wel
ST. AKUUEW'S CATIM'.DKAI..
Rogation Sunday: Holy Commu
nion 0:0 a. 111.; morning prayer
and sermon at 11 a.m.; Hawaiian
evensong 3 :30 p. 111. ; evensong and
sermon 7 :30 p. in.
The services of the Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, will ho as follows: 0-.-15
a. 111., morning prayer with sermon;
I'e Deum, Dudley Buck in B minor;
hymns -1G8, M0 and 220; Bonedic-
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anthem, "I will
All are cordi-
Mil. Thos. Chriotley, Foit street has
some fine lret.li grapes for bale.
Aitek shaving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith fe Co., Agents.
SuNiiuitN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Native Fans and Curios in great
variety at the "Elite" Ice Cream
The Brunswick billiard parlors are
the niobt elegant pleasure resort in
"Whkkb shall I see you this even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, tho
tus, double chant,
sermon, C :30 p. in,
lift up mine eyes,'
hymns 137 and 10.
t. 11. c. A.
Evangelistic services in the
C. A. hall, -G:30 to 7:15
Subject A personal Saviour.
3:10; 2 Tim. 1:12.
Evangelistic services will be con
ducted by the Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7 -.30
High Mass, 10 a. in. ; Rosary,
Sermon, Benediction, 3 p. m.
CENTRAL UNION CHUl'.CII.
Services at 11 a. in. and 7:30
in. All are welcome.
Here is something from Mr. Frank
A. Hale, proprietor of the De Witt
House, Lewiiton, and the Tontine
Hotel, Brunswick, Me. Hotel men
meet the world as it comes and goes,
and are not slow in si.ing people
and things up for what they are
worth. He says that he has lost a
father and several bt others and sis
ters from Pulmonary Consumption,
and is himself frequently troubled
with colds, and he
Hereditary often coughs enough
to make him sick at
Consumptionhis stomach. When
ever he has taken a
cold of this kind he uses Boschee's
German Syrup, and it cures him
every time. Here is a man who
knows the full danger of lung trou
bles, and would theiefore be most
particular as to the medicine he used.
What is his opinion ? Listen ! "I
use nothing but Bo.schee's German
Syrup, and have advised, I presume,
more than a hundred difTeicnt per
sons to take it. They agree with
me that it is the best cough syrup
hi the market."
DIAPHRAGM SllliTlll !
Is the very latist achievement in
These Sun n:ns, the
. A. Seed Plates
and Tin: ni:w
Mss-AlWSlipiilt L !
ARE FOR SALE BY
HGLLISTER & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Ulaude.
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104 Fort torrent, Honolulu.
Thos. Rcwcastle bus some very do
si ruble block for sale. The animals
aie kind and gentle.
W. G. linviN & Co. are prepared to
issue through tickets from Honolulu
to all points in the United States.
A srKCiAL meeting of Reciprocity
Sugar Co. will be held at tho office of
W. O. Smith ut 2 o'clock Monday.
A si'Ecial mooting of Olowalu Co.
will bo hold at . G. Irwin & Co.'s
ohioo Monday morning at 10 o'clock.
Ful'sh tolls and doughnuts and a
lino cup of coileo you can get iivory
morning at tho "Elite" Ico Cream
Parlors. 5-1 in
1)i:i.iciouh coil'ce and chocolate will
bo nerved ovory morning early at the
Palace Ico Cream Parlorb, Ludwigseu,
& Oron, Hotel stieet. 1-tf
Gi:t your noots and bhoes made
and repaired by tho old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Toenhjes, on Eal
Hotel stieet. Fiist-oliibb work, low
Oim slid bet boda beats all your cold
drinks. We have a patout 011 this
lino drink; beware of imitations; 10
cuntb a glabs at the "Elite" 'Ico Cream
The gentleman with the plug hat
in tho picture has just a. rived from
Hawaii, and is diluting to .Mr. Hendry
on tho good investment his breaker
wub for Uibt Higar crop.
DitBHbMAKiNU, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' hoiibcs. Perfect fit
guaianloed. MISS WOLF, 73 liero
lauiit stieet, or Mutual telephone O'JIi,
befoio 8 u. 111, or 5:30 p. in, 8-3iu
THE STATE ARRESTS.
No arrests have been made
yesterday for treason. The
tional lift' odd warrants mentioned
yesterday are being sworn out to
day. It is piobable though not certain
that there will be a hearing of the
cases at 10 o'clock Monday in Su
preme Court Chambers.
The comments of "Fair Play" in
this issue are singular among remarks
heard on the Bulletin's treatment of
the arrests. It is a pity this corre
spondent has not chosen to give his
name to the public, as the tenderness
he displays in regard to notorious
facts deserves personal commenda
tion. Hon. John E. Bush desires to con
tradict the Advertiser's "news" that
he had skipped the town. He re
mained quietly a, his home, ready
for any call by the powers that bo,
and is still there. "
It is said that Huntsman is in
quiet retirement also ou King street,
and so far as learned nobody is look
ing for him.
Some of the suspects are making
rare vocal music in the cells.
The town was even quieter than
usual last night.
There was nothing besides u flue
and two forfeitures of bail for drunk
enness in the Police Court this moru-
Your advice "to preset ve personal
ctUinnefiB and avoid loose utterances
in crowds which may irritate the
situation" in the present emergency -
U highly commendable. 1 beg leave
to suggest that what is here pre
scribed for individuals would be good
for the press also. 1 beg leave to
suggest that some of the comments
on the arrested men which appeared
in yesterday's Bulletin are out of
place just now, as the men are under
trial. Faju Plat.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system and purify tho blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Forgot while he was Remembering
"Did you ever try the advice,
'Think before you speak?' " asked a
young woman who wants to do good
In the world. "Yes," replied Willie
Washington. "And how did it work?"
"I f 01 got what I was going to say."
It does, indeed Shingiss I see
bv the newspapers that the Ameer
of Afghanistan ha3 sent to Queen
Victoria a letter of condolence on the
death of the Duke of Clarence, the
letter being inclosed in a box of pure
gold weighing a pound. Larimer
What a magnificent gift that was!
Shingiss Oh, no. It was Ameer
tiille. Larimer Still it shows what
he Khan do.
Indians from Lower California ar
riving at Yuma report volcanoes near
Lake Sullulee, close to the Gulf of
California, in active operation. The
greatest eruption occurred last
Thursday night. The country for
twenty miles around was illuminated.
Previous accounts from the Lower
California volcanic regions have been
that whenever heavy earthquakes oc
curred on tho Pacific Coast these
volcanoes became disturbed and their
activity was greatly increased.
Choice Millinery I
WE HAVE THE VERY LATEST STYLES IN
lats, Bonnets & Toques.!
NEW TRIMMINGS !
THE LATEST CHIFFON
NEW RIBBONS !
Special Reduction in. School Hats
BSr FOR I WEEK ONLY -a
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corixtr Koi'l t Klnix HtrmilH.
DEUTSCHER GOTTESDIENST !
Grapes For Sale !
"1 RAPES ficoh from (he tree aio for
M SONNTAG, den 2y May, 1 1 uhr
.A Voiinlttuirs. wlrd II err Pastor
I Isenheig ill dor Y. M. O. A. Hull pre-
' LJASKAISERHCIIK KON'SULAT.
Hull and Jorhoy Hei
fer, the latter about four
weeks of calving, aIo Two
Calves. To bo been on Klnaii ntrcet,
where apply or at Paelllc Iron Works.
W lv THOS. RKWOAriTLi:.
A PAIR of Eye Glushos with Gold
Chain attached. Reward will bo
paid If lelt at Hawaiian Hotel Ollice.
V.SPKCIAL Meeting of tho stocl;
holderh of Olowalu Company will
be held at thu ollice of Iii-m, W. (J.
Ii win A Co., (L'd), ou MONDAY, May
L'iiil, at 10 o'clock A. M,
427 It Secretary Olowalu Co.
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CONS'HTUriNG THK "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN ISM BY
C. K. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
V SPECIAL meeting of stockholder
of llio Reciprocity .Sugar Company
will bu held at the ollleo of W. O. binllh,
Honolulu, on MONDAY, May :.'.!, lh!)2,
at 1! o'clock P. ii.
W. R. CASTLE,
Honolulu. May 21, 18'J2. 127 It
The Knights of Labor, fifty in
number, who ordered the ChlncbU to
leave Daytou, Wash., a recent Satur
day night, giving then) till Monday
night to go, failed to enforce their
orders, it is said the Chinese are
well armed, and are determined to
THE SAME MAN.
Kunoit Bullktin :
in your editorial of last evening,
headed, "Sir Oracle Speaks," you
make mention of the "disgraceful
surprise" of 188U, and you might
have added that it was the faithless
ness and treachery of this same Hon.
C. W, Ashford, to his colleagues of
the Thurbtoii-Danioii'Cahluot, that
made such a "disgraceful surprise"
This is only to remind you that TO-MORROW
will be a good time to visit our Stoi;e.
We are selling- Goods .at and umlow cost
for TWO WEEKS ONLY!
OKAS. J. FJSHJSL.
Furniture, MbbI. Making, UjiliolsteriDg fi Undcrlakiiig
Uiislne.-, in Honolulu aio still extant, and the biiflni'-s, its originator and
pie.sont propiletor heio to clay. Il.ivlm; purclm-eil the entile, luiurcit of
the Into ilrni of 11. II. Williams t Co., compiling the l.ugct Mock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; piliielpdly looted by II. 11 William-, during hi-, late three
mouth-' vl-il to the Cnat, I now offer tliK stock and fiiiiuu .ulditiuu-. for
CSI1 .it plieen iniieh le-a than h-ietofoie charged.
IdSfTIio undi'ihlgiieil In u-oIiiiiIiikIiIb old place anil huiiier, would iei-peet-fully
tender his grateful thanks foi thu llbeial paliimago of old friends of this
ami iieighboilng n1amU, and liupu to ineiit a cuntiuuuiH-e ( llielr f.ivn while
holicltiug a hiu u fiom nei fliends; and agabi offem hii M-rvites In
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Caicful Mon with suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Suporior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent VIen !
BSr PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. G
O. E. WILLIAMS.
JUST RECEIVED Ex, "BENMORE"
g0 AS) FOR SALK AT LOWRST MAHICET RATKS. jj&
Cases JJ. & N. OLD UUV12VA (double burried).
" ,1. 1). K. &. 'A, do (-H bottles e.ioh).
" IL & X. IvlSY JiKAIS'l) (small white bottles).
do tlo (small black bottles).
Also, Foster's Porter in Quarts and Pints.
JO'VliMO'V Sc OO.,
"PoftUT Itloek." 1U Nuuauu fttieet, Hunoluhi.
xuiuiiui u'oi, :,itfc?, toa (Hi iw) tar i. -. Rx 1 :r.
I hold thu fort.