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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO.'S
PltOH ,INI AKTItlt I'I'.ll. I. INDSJ.
A.M. A. At. P.M.
Loavo Honolulu.. .0:15 8I-1B1U5
Arrive Honoullull..7:2C flirtf 2:57
Leave tlonouliuli..7:10 10:48 3:4H
Arrive Honolulu. ..8:35 11:55 4:55
PICA11I. CITY LOOAL.
Leave Honolulu 5:205
Arrive Pearl City
Loavo Pearl City.. 0:00
Arrive Honolulu.. .0:40 .
t Saturdays only.
TidPH, Hnn anil Moon,
ur c. J. LYONS.
Last quaitoi on tho 17th at lOli. 10m. a. m.
r u n
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1892.
Am bk Mary S Ames, Know tea. 151 days
from New "i'oik
Stnn Klunu from Maul and Hawaii
Stmt ,1 as Makcc from Karaa
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
4-mastcd schooner Robert Lowers, Capt
Goodman, for San Franclhco
Brltbk Velocity, Martin, foi Hongkong
Stmr Kilauea lion for Kukaiau and Oo-
Stmr Hawaii for Humakua
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, for San
Fi.uiciseo at 9 a in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
.Stinr Kluau SC77 bags sug, 320 bags
potatoes, U7 b igs e irn, 07 cases piue
apples, 20 pigs. I mule and 10U pkgs
"Stmr Makeo 2500 bags sugar und 28
Prom ICsipaa per stmr Jas Makce, Juno
-15 MrsRiehaidion .iud 11 deck.
Fiom Maui and Hawaii per stmr Ki
jiau, Juuii 15 Fiom Volcano i Kev W
II htoiy, Mit-s Stoiy, Mis Fox, Mis Lny
,ton, OFLutgen, .1 aim. F A! Someis.
Mrs bpaldiug and maid. From -way
iports: Mis P S I -y m an. 11 O Austin, li
N Holmes, John Donald, S Kiinura, K
Otsukl, K Ogura, Miss Hattie Hitchcock,
.Paul Jairetr, auuel Lai:, Luther Wil
.eox, E B Hiel and 247 deck.
The schoonei Robert Lowers, Good
man master, sailed for San Francisco
this morning about 11 o'clock cat lying
the following cai go: 20,800 bugs sugar,
liHackfehlSUo: 2730 do, M S Grln
bmm& Co. Weight of caigo, 43?,85
pounds. Domestic value, euu.mz.Hi.
The Auiciicau baik Mary S Ames,
Kjiowlos m.istci, ai lived to-day, 151
days fiom New Yoik, and am. hot ed on
tho Ewa s-hli of the ri.m Fiancisco. The
Ames has 005 tons of caigo including
112 tons of coal to tho Honolulu lion
Works. Ci-tle & Uooke and T II Da
vies 4. Co are the principal consignee
Ai ilod June (I, biig Luilitir, Capt
Clias Matsoti, 11 days fiom .San Fian
cisco. with a full t'.ngo of general mer
chandise. 1'asbenger: Miss Fieda
bclioen, c:m Joe, Cal.
, Sailed June 8, bktuo Amelia, Uapt
Waid, foi Poit TowuMiutl In ballast.
Passengers: Mr and Mrs Heniy Potter,
Jr, 10 Japanese and 10 Poituguee.
Bark Ilaivcstcr has received part of
argo and will leave about the 20 tb for
STURDEVANT-In Santa Clara, Cal.,
May 21, 1892, to Mr. and Mrs. C. V.
Sturdevant, a daughter.
O. J. McCarthy has
aired foi sale.
Aniai uhaving to Cneumbor Bkin
Ionic. Bonbon, Smith & Co., Agonts.
. . t
StiNiiuitN reljovod at once hy Cu
cumber Tonic, Bunt-on, Smith tb Co.,
Thi:o, II. Davies & Uo.'b Btoro will
bo closed on Friday next for stock
Thk Brunswick billiard pallors uro
the moht elegant plcuMiio rchort in
"Wheki: shall I silo you this uven
ing?" "Oh, tamo old place, tho
Not a mail fiom tho other inlands
at rives now without adding to the
subbcription list of the Daily Bulle
tin, Ten shares Union Feed Oo. and 12
shares J'uia stock have been added to
Mr. Mm gnu's auction utle of stocks
to-morrow at noon.
Dlliciouh ( oiieo and chncoluto will
ho terved eveiy morning early ut tho
Palace Ico Crtapi Purloib, Lutlwigbon,
& Cion, Holed street. 1-tf
Diilbhmakinu, Cutting und Pitting
done ut ladies' Iiqum's. Perfect lit
guaranteed, M.ISS WOLF, 73 Bero
tauia street, or Mutual telephone 090,
before 8 u. in, or 5 :IU) p. ui, 8-3m
LOCAL AND CENERAL NEWS.
Thk gray niaro is llio better horse
Diamond Heau, 3 r. m. Woathor
clear, wind fresh oast.
K. Poukyn, assignco of Yiug Wick,
issues iv notico to-day.
The steamer Kinau carried a list of
21)8 passengers tliis trip.
Miss N. von Qericliton will hao a
dancing social nt Arionliall this even
ing. J. P. Morgan will hold a sale of
slocks tomorrow at noon at hia sales
room. Mn. A. B. Weymouth sends copies
of the Los Angeles Express, for which
ho is thanked.
Thk rainfall record for May appears
to-day, the delay not being tho
The British bark Velocity took this
afternoon 97 Chinese passengers, in
cluding pne female.
Thcrk was little hopo when the
mail leftof the Court's getting through
at Wailuku this week-.
Thk Hawaii and Kumohunielia ball
teams will play tho next gnino in the
series on Saturday next.
The U. S. S. 1'ouHiicola, at Marc
Island, San Francisco, is being tilted
out for the Coast dofenee.
CaI'Tain Johnson is bringing the
schooner Aloha from San Praucisco,
as Captain Dabel is very ill in that
Some errors Occurred in the large
advertisement of tho Anheuser-Busch
beer yesterday, which are corrected in
Heniiy Smith was appointed ad
ministrator of tho estate of J. W.
Opunui in the Supremo Court to-day
under $200 bond.
W. L. Wilcox resumed his position
of interpreter to tho Legislature to
day, having returned from ofliciatiiig
at tho murder trial on Mam.
The tollowiug cases appear on the
Supreme Court diary for to-morrow:
Bankruptcy Chilian & Co. ; Bolte vs.
Akau, motion for intervention.
Nine tourists were passengers by
the steamer Kinau this morning. P.
M. Somcrs, of the San Francisco Ex
aminer, returned from a visit to Ha
The Hawaiian News Co. has re
ceived a small supply of "Like no a
Like," words and music, being No. 20
of the "Mele Hawaii" series. It is as
beautifully executed as the other num
bers. The new biidgo at Honolii, Hilo,
Hawaii, was opened to the public on
June lllli. A number of natives had
a luau vpicad on the bridge previous
to the oponiug" -and a gala time was
The steamer Yainashiro Mluru is ox
pected on Monday with 1100 JupauebO
immigrants, including women. When
she returns to Japan she will take 400
Japanese whoso labor contracts have
A battalion of marines and blue
jackets, headed by the ship's band,
was landed from tho U. S. P. S. Sin
Francisco this morning for drill on
the Plains. They teturned to tho ship
The French flagship Dubourdieu,
Admiral Farreyon, is daily expected
at Honolulu from Tahiti. Mons. Viz
zavoua, acting Commissioner, bus a
mail of ubout 2000 letters awuiting the
The charge of robbery against Joe
Dillon reported yesterday, was nol.
pros.'u in the l'oliee Court Huh morn
ing; a charge of larceny of $100 in
money, property of Henry Schobor,
was substituted. Dillon pleaded not
guilty and trial wnb set for Friday.
P. G. Townsend and A. B. Kerr,
the men who went out in Dr. J. S.
McQrew'a sloop with provisions, have
been discharged from the cliargu of
selling goo'ds without a licunseut Ewa.
Tho prosecution nol. pros.'d tho
The sale of tho lease ol a piece of
Government land at Kooluuloa took
place at noon to day. Tho land con
tains HiO acres more or less and tho
lease is -for twenty years. Messrs.
Jno. Ena and Cecil Brown were the
purchasers at $00 per annum.
Lieut. Nkmlino, commanding, and
officers of the Ausiro-Hungurian cor
vette Kasana, with tho Consul of that
Empire, Mr. H. P. Glado, had audi
ence of the Queen at noon to-day.
Officials and ladies of tho Household,
with Ministers Parker and Wide
muun, were present.
The live defendant! who wore dis
charged in thu first Latmi murder
ciiso will bo indicted for tho oilier two
murders and an effort will be niado to
have tho venue changed to Kauai.
The Jive convicted and sentenced pris
oners Will bo brought to town by tho
next trip of thu Claudine.
The four-musted barkeutiiie Charles
P. Crocker will leave probably to
morrow for Port Townsend. A quan
tity ot bananas will bo shipped by
her. Boing a fast tuiler tho Crocker
is expected to laud the fruit in good
condition. Tho exportation of bana
nas to tho Sound lias been tried be
fore. Mub. Searing, who has been at the
Volcano House for a month past, bus
contributed a two-column urticlo on
"Hawaii" to tho Now York Home
Journal, ovei hor pen name of "How
ard Glyndon." It is well written, cor
rect in description, and calculated to
draw attention to the attractions of
tho islands for tourists.
His Excellency J, L. Slovens, U, S.
Minister, accompanied by Mr. H.
P. Slado, Austrian Consul, paid an
official visit to the Austro-Huugarian
coivetto Fatana ut 10 o'clock this
morning, On leaving the usual saluto
was given. Governor Oleghorn, ac
companied by Maj irs Robertson und
Nowlein, vibited the FuBuna ut 10-30,
und Major Wodehoiibe, British Com
missioner, ut 11 oclock.
SECOND DEGREE MURDER!
Iiifo Imp i lsonmciii for lu
lolo the Knhunii.
Hcntcnrc Hnspcnilrd llmlci' n Honlit
or the Iiinv.
The Bulletin's Maui correspon
dence hy the steamer Claudine gave
the information that the summing up
in the Lanai murder ease at Wailuku
had been reached on Fiiduy evening.
By the Kinau the conclusion of the
case is received. Tho jury retired
at 9 p. m. Friday and returned at
11:45 with the verdict of
MUHDEIl IN THE SECOND DEOUEE.
The jury was thereupon discharged
and the Uourt adjourned at iz :zu p.
Tho evidence revealed a crime of
the most revolting character, and
there is no doubt that it was a cold
blooded murder. Pulolo, a female
kahuna, clubbed to death a little
child, with its unnatural father con
senting to tho infamous deed by pas
sively looking on. The child was only
six years old and a nephew of Pulolo,
and nine of the family aided in doing
him to death. Pulolo stands charged
besides with tho murder, single
handed, of a girl named Puni ; also,
with having clubbed Kaholokai, a
man, into unconsciousness while her
abettors held him, and it is supposed
returned when the others were asleep
to finish the victim. Another person
was beaten and burned almost to
death by the decree of the cruel
Judge Bickerton pronounced sen
tence on the murderers in the fol
lowing words, the closing paragraph,
beginning, "It appearing," being ad
dressed later to Pulolo the principal :
"You defendants have been found
guilty of the crime of murder in the
second degree by tho jury. The
verdict was right in regard to you
four boys, but it may have been
murder in the first degree in the case
of Pulolo, and would have beon fully
justified by the evidence. Tho evi
dence adduced in this case certainly
warrants the verdict found by the
jury, and in so doing they have, in
my opinion, done their duty. I
think I am safe in saying that.theie
never his been before in the Courts
of this Kingdom such a horrible case,
such a diabolical case as this. It
goes beyond anything that a hu
man being can imagine anothei hu
man being could be guilty of. There
was no provocation, there 'was no
reason or cause whatever why this
poor boy should be murdered in cold
blood in the way in which he was.
"Through temptation to rob, to gain
money, or to avenge themselves for
some imagined wrong where muidcr
is committed, there is some cause,
some reason for it; but here there is
absolutely nothing but the cool de
liberate determination to take life.
It is difficult to understand the dia
bolical cruelty exhibited by this wo
man ; it is something that is beyond
comprehension. It is said to be in
sanity, but certainly the evidence to
my mind did not indicuto insanity,
for the reason that an insane person
could not have planned to try and
cover up the crime, to try to get
rid of those dead -witnesses, to
destroy their bodies ; the calling of
the people together and talking to
them, and giving the reason why it
was necessary to get rid of the
bodies ; those are not acts of an in
"Pulolo, your plans to terrify
these people, to make them afraid of
you, to make them afraid of each
other, were not the acts of an insane
person. And, again, it is very diffi
cult for me to understand why four
young able-bodied fellows like j'ou
could stand coolly by and see that
little child tnurdcied and not go to
its assistance, murdered by a little
woman that anyone ot you could
have picked up and put under your
arm und walked away vwth. Al
though it is not in evidence, the
statement of the case is that she
was easily seemed and tied be
fore the police got there. Why
was it not done before the crime Mas
"Now, you heard me tell the jury
tho other day that such acts as that
brought you within the meaning of
this law, and the law is intended, for
just such cases where men who'uuve
the ability to prevent ctiine, and the
means of preventing ciime, the
means of saving life, stand by coolly
and allow the crime to be committed,
the killing to go on without lifliug a
hand to prevent it.
"Now, there has been no claim of
Insanity on behalf of you four young
men, and no evidence that indicated
insanity ; tho only claim .of insanity
being set up is in behalf of thu wo
man. There was a general excite
ment but nobody claimed that you
"I don't think that wo could select
out of this audience four more intelli
gent looking young men than you.
You are not lolos, you &re not idiots,
you arc four intelligent looking men.
Your faces are intelligent, you are
not fools. We have, in our consul
tations iu regard to this matter, come
to the conclusion that these senten
ces must take three different turns:
first tho woman, then Kala, tho fa
ther of the little boy, und, third,
these thiee boys.
'Iu the case 'of Kala, the father of
tho boy, he certainly deserves more
punishment than these three young
men. It was his own flesh and blood
being murdered right before his eyes
and he hud not courage enough, bo
was not man enough, to go in and
save his own child. It is the duty of
a father to go in and save his own
child ; even if he loses his own life
in tho act, it is his duty. Animals
will protect their offspring and give
their life t6 do so. A dog will fii?ht
for its puppies oven when they are
not in daugor. Why, a lion will de
fend her little chickens. So much
more should human beings protect
their own children.
"Tho conclusion tint we have ar
rived at, (and wo consider that It is
our duty in passing this sentence) is,
that you, Pulolo, be sentenced to im
prisonment nt hard labor for tho re
mainder of your natural life. Wo do
not think it safe to allow a woman that
has shown the character that you have
to ever bo nt liberty. And Kala, for
the reasons which I have given,
you being the father of this child,
wo feel it our duty to sentence
vou to be imprisoned at hard labor
for thirty years. The other three,
Kakalo, Keliikuewa and Kcolo, we
feel that under the circumstances we
should not go boyond the minimum
penalty preset ibed, which is twenty
years, ana we sentence you to be im
prisoned at hard labor for twenty
Pulolo was called up later and ad
dressed as follows:
"It appearing that there is a vari
ance between the English and Hawai
ian version? of this law, and there
seems to be some doubt whether the
law requires thu Court to fix the
number of years you are to be im
prisoned, or whether under this law
you may be sentenced for life ; there
is no doubt the law provides Unit you
may be sentenced for any number of
years more than twenty. Under the
circumstances we withhold your sent
ence, and in a few days we will in
form you of the conclusion we have
arrived at, and you will be sentenced
The Pacific Haiidwaiie Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Avenarius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
A traveling man who chanced to
be in the store of IS. V. Wood, at
McKces Rocks, Pa., says while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl tame in with an empty liotile la
bolcd Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
said : "Mamma wants anotner bol;
tie of that medicine; she says it ie
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
When in nwd of SOAP
that you will be better
suited eu'ry way by go
ing to a btoro that keeps
assortment of the article rc-
lii'lieve it may in
j on to know that
.store is that place,
weik we call your
to u new Mmp in Ibis mar-
As the munufacturers have not
in biibiness foi centuries thev
are willing to ,&
fur less mo
il r llOUbPH,
tlii'ir prod uc tsfiSj"1
icy tpan old
and nu re
Jac S. Kirk & Co. are st living to
make iik good an article as the oilier
totip milkers and r. yjs I theii
S h a n do ii Bellh Hy-ffi map ii.
equal to thu bet. JzSiOTWs)
Thetiu cutf do """''" not re
present the size of tin cakes, but the
difference is in the price.
The store that hell tho
best soda will bell the most
scup. You uiu a judge of
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Port fc IClnir i-.ti'ootH.
Grapes For Sale !
"IB APES fresh fiom tho tree,
pounds for 81, aie for sale at
427 tf Fort street.
THK Two Detached Obser
witoiy Buildings built
for and used by I'rofs. Pres-
toii and Marcusc, Hie same being built
for coolness, being thoroughly venti
lated with Louvre ventilatoic', clothed
Inside and iu ncifect condition, suitable
for bedrooms; will be sold cheap. Di
mensions ot Hiillillnns; K'xlOj 14x14.
For terms, apply at once.
450 lw Foitst.orP. O. IJox 11.
'10TTAGK on Herctaula
st i cut No. 01), northwest
corner, on inauku side of road,
containing 4 Uudiooms besides Kitchen,
Pautiy, liuthiomii, etc. Tramway cars
passing. Apply to
440 lw 11. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
ltOOJI8 TO LET.
FRONT Room and n
Middle Boom, at Xo,
Garden Lane, 44.1 lw
T1MHKR cnmigh to make &000 cords
of Firewood or 1,'hurcoal ut CO
cents u coid. Apply at
. KAI1UKU RANCH,
445 tf Hawaii,
4th JULY !
Recoived par S. S. "Australia," and
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts,
Hf9" A fresh and good assortment
of Fire Crackers, Large and Small
Torpedoes, Coloied Fire and Whistle
Bombs, Snake N6sts, Koman Candle,
Sky Itockcts, Blue Lights, Flower
Bots, Bcngclas. Colored Fire, Magne
sium Illuniiiiiitor-', I'm Whi-lsl Single
and Double Tii mglu .Wheels, Sumiii
'.Wheels, Cnlmed Up-etle, Citlicrim ,
Trumpet and Vortical Wheeli, Sim
MiucH, Vnlcani)('., Cnlmed PI irul
Bomb Shells, Vuiieg.it d Kountiiini-.
Meteoi if Battel ie, Pne Ballon, Toy
ASUTKl) cam: 00, $10,
Colored Koman Candles,
" :j .17.
12 ItcnguliiH, It inch.
12 Pieces Punk.
ASHOllTIU) CASE A, flfi.
12 Colored Fire B hiiIm, Large.
(i Whihllo ll.Miibi.
21 Roman Cniulloh, i Kiar.
12 " " (5 "
12 Largo Blue Lights,
12 .Serpent, fi i. eh.
Ii itungiilu-, r inch.
fib. It d and (in on Fiio.
12 Lugo Pin Wheels.
0 Triangle Wheel4, 1 ha.
1 Stai Mine, No. 5.
12 Pieces Punk.
ABf-OKTKI) CASE NO. 1, $20.
HO Roman Candles, 1 Suir.
HO " " 2 "
21 " " 3 "
il " 4 "
24 " " 0 "
21 Sky Rockets, 1 oz,
12 ' " 2o.
12 ' ' 3oz.
12 " ' doz.
12 Whistle Bombs.
12 Magnesium Illuminations.
12 Flower Pots.
72 Blue Lights.
12 Colored Bengal Lights,
12 Pieces Punk.
AfibOllTKl) cask ii, $25,
0 Roman Candlos, 0 Star,
12 " " ' 8 "
0 Star Jets.
0 Sky Rooketb, I lb.
21 Blue Lights. "
0 Flower 1'ots,
i lb, Red und Green Piie,
0 Whistling Bombs.
24 Pin Wheels.
0 Triangle Wheols.
3 Colored Stur Mines No, 3.
1 (i ii ii ii 5
12 " Fire Bombs.
12 Pieces Punk.
ffT Pxtru Colored Roman Can
dles, 0 to 12 Stars,
gXr Extra Colored Sky Rockets,
1 to 4 lb.
0f Iblaml orders promptly at
tended to. These goods uro new und
fresh of tho best quality and will be
sold at the lAWKbT cash mucks at thu
I, X. L., New and Second Hand Fur
niture House, Comer Nuuanu and
8. W. LKDERER,
410 17t-23 21 Proprietor,
You Can Telephone For One !
1 'to B rK
pri ' v
pulation and an ornament to the
kitchen. It washes and dries more crockery, glasswatc and knives ami
folks in five minutes than your cook could attend to in an hour. They are
in use in Honolulu and are gi ing satisfaction. Our supply Is limited.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprockets' Bank, Honolulu
ssrjr. louis, ivfo.
BREWERS OF F3KE
Pure Mail and Highest Grade Hops!
RaJ" No Corn or Corn preparations ued in place of Malt, as is done
by oilier Eastern Breweries, in order to cheapen the cist of their Beer,
and to compete with our wond-renow.ned and justly famed article.
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: G kettles every 2 1 hours, C,000 Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,.j00 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Anheuser-Busch Beer. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
xost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shipping Capacity : 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The Anhciibcr-Rusch Co. have carried off the highest honors and the
highest class gold medals wheicvcr they have competed. At all of the
International Exhibitions, throughout the world, their Beer excelled all
This Company have prepuied n special hi and of their highest grade
Beer, for the Hawaiian Islands, known as "SPECIAL BREW," with
a handsome label und in white bottles, which with their best EXl'OKT
ANIIEUSER" in dark bottles, hciotofore ii.potted, wo will now
supply to tho trade in quantities to suit.
(i. W. MACFA.RLANE & CO.,
415) AjriMitM for til 3JiMviiiIuii IhIiiiuIm.
104 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
Choice Millinery !
WK IIAVK THK VERY LATEST STYLES IN
ats,, Bonnets & Toques !
NEW TRIMMINGS I
Special Reduction in School Hats
er FOR I WEEK ONLY -t
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
Our attention Is drawn from the
Ilendty Breaker to the
DISH WASHING MACHINES !
Which we received on tho "Di
mond." 'This midline is constructed with
a icw to cutting down the sales of
the cioiki-ry dealers and keep sets
of dishes intact. It is easy of mani
SEF.R EXCLUSIVELY !
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