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OAHU LAND AND RAILWAY CO,
tfUOM AND AVTKU FK1UIUAHY 1,1802.
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l'HAiit. City Local
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l.v. I'kaiii. City
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
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,i).in. am. a.m. a.m.
Moil. 8 4 0.1 3 30 8 60 .... B 30 fi 31 7 1.1
Tuc-. (M 4 3.1 4 '.'0 (I 10 0 20 S 3d1 G .11 7 118
Weil. 10 B 20 5 30 0 30 10 00 S 37, 3.1 8 37
Tlllirs. 11 6 40' 0 20 0 40 11 00 B 37 0 33 SI VJ
a.m. p.m. ip.in.
Ki I. 12 7 10, 7 20 1 20 0 SO 6 S!7l 0 3'J .0 Bl
Mat. 13 8 00 8 20 2 00. 2 00 B 33, 0 31 10 31
Sun. 14 8 80 8 30, 2 30 3 00 5 38 0 31 11 03
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Last quurtorof the moon on tho 14th at 8h.
Cm. p. in.
THE DAILY BDLLBti
MONDAY, AUG. 8, 1892.
Sunday, Aug. 7.
Stinr Mikahala from Kauai
Stmr Claudine from Maui
Monday, Aug. 8.
French warship Dubourdicu from tho
Monday, Aug. 8.
Stmr Kil.iuca Hon for Molokat
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolnu
Sehr Ka Moi for Paauilo at 4 p nv
Vessels Leaving- To-morrow.
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai, at 5 p m
Stmr Claudine for Maui at fi p m
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Mikahala 12125 bags sugar, 140 bags
rice, 1 horse, 75 pkgs sundries and 18
Stmr Claudine 87 bags taro, 38 bags po
tatoes, 42 hides, 112 pkgs sundries, 2
From Maui per stmr Claudine,
Aug 7 Mrs Estop, Miss Greenfield,
A Gross, Win Turner, wife, 6 chil
dren and servant, L B Kerr, Mrs L
A Moore, Y Alau, Ah rou, wife and
3 children, R D Walbridgo, Miss Vir
ginia Calhoun, Miss Perry, Mrs
Forry, Mrs Helekunihi and 3 chil
dren, Hong Chong, wife and 3 chil
dren, Ah Sing and 7-1 deck.
From Kauai por stmr Mikahala,
Aug 7 F W Moior, wife, child and
servant, L H Stolz, wife and 2 chil
dren, J Blackio, wife and child, Hous
G N Wilcox, W O Smith, Paul Neu
mann, J F Colburn and 2 sons, A
Rosa; C A Akau, Miss Mclntyro,
Miss Alice Maud Walker, Miss Buhl
ort, Miss E Smith, Mrs J Sherman,
S E Damon, J McCarty, H Hinsler,
H G Spalding, J B Aloxandor, C M
Cooko, Jr, Claronco Cooke, Hon P P
Kanoa, Master Mist, Miss Walker, b
Shiddes, M Ishikawa, Apau and 73
Tho bark Forost Queen, it seems, will bo
able to get a load of sugar for the Coast.
The dredge came into port yesterday for
tho purpose of replenishing her coal bunk
ers. I)r. G. Trousseau's steam launch lias the
colors of the French Republic Hying at the
Tho steamer Kinau will leave to-morrow
on her usual route to Maui and Ha
waii at 2 p. ni.
The schooner Aloha received sugar from
the steamer Mikahala to-duy, after which
.she went out into the stroatu again.
NKUMAN-NHAL At their residenco at
Koloa, Kauai, July 30th, Chas. Neu
inau to Miss Lottie Ncal.
ArreBlod for Horse Stealing.
A Portugueso boy named John
Silva was arrested on Saturday
charged with tho larceny of a horso,
saddle and bridle, valued at $50, tho
proporty of Mrs, Schwanok, The
boy has had tho horso in his posses
sion for about a week, being often
soon by several people riding tho
animal on Liliha aud King streets.
Mrs. Schwanok in one of her daily
outings idontifiod her missing property-
and caused tho boy to bo ar
rested. Silva will stand before tho
bar of justice to plead to tho charge
of larceny on Wodnosday morning.
The Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, will
give a .concert this evening at Emma
Square, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the program:
Overture Light Cavalry .Suppo
March Vienna Bclirumiiicl
Jliwereru 11 Trovatoro .Verdi
Heiuiuiacencet of Halfo ,. , .(jodfrey
That's what the wild waves are inlying.
Hut, oh I What u ditl'oreucu Iu thu
morning. My JIury Oreen (by reijuuat).
Medloy Musical Delusions Schroiner
WulU Doctrlus. Strauss
l'olka Tho Dragoons Fulubaeh
Medloy 1'lcat.ant Memories Hover
Hawaii 1'ouol, '
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tlio band will give n concort at
Emma Square this evening.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Weather
cloar; wind, high northeast.
Capt. Cook Lodge, SonsJ3t. George,
will hold thoir usual woeltlj' mooting
Miss Virginia Calhoun returned
from a ploasuro trip to Maui yester
day on the Claudino.
Tho weather on tho east side of
Maui is roported "awfully hot and
dry, and rain much needed."
Tho weather on Kauai has been
dry and sultry for tho past fow
weeks, although tho crops are bloom
ing. Tho Chinaman who was arrested
on Saturday for stealing mountain
apples has beou roleased from cus
tody. J. P. Morgan will soil tho billiard
stock and fixtures of tho Wigwam
parlors at tho promises to-morrow at
In Mr. Thurston's remarks Satur
daj' morning tho sontonco onding
"that village," should have ended
Hoopii for burglary has been re
manded until August 10th, in order
to allow the authorities time to got
Specimens of silk worms and co
coons raised by Mr. Thomas Irish
man at Makikiaro shown iu a window
of tho Pacific Hardware Co.
Minister Spencer is willing that
the Government should part with
tho oloctric light systom, but not the
arc light and for good reasons.
Tho illness of a compositor makes
the Bulletin short-handed to-day,
so that some of tho, mattor prepared
for this issue cannot bo overtaken.
F. H. Wagiior, alleged detective,
was arrostod Saturday night on a
charge of drunkenness. A friend
furnished the necessary $G bail and
Mr. Wagner was roleased.
Mr. Goo. W. Smith desires to con
tradict tho statement that ho is the
agent of Mr. Dance, optician. Tho
statement was made in this paper by
authority of Mr. Dance. Mr. Smith
declined the agency.
Francis G. Harding is under arrest
on a charge of ombozzlomont of $35
within two weeks past, but moro
particularly on last "Wednesday, tho
prnrmrry of Louis At". Johnson. Hn
will be tried to-morrow.
Tho Scottish Thistlo Club's week
ly meeting and concert will bo hold
this evening. The "Thustles" aro
blooming, having their table heaped
with tho latest periodicals and a
snug balance in tho Postal Savings
A largo part of this morning's ses
sion of tho Legislature was consumed
in discussing a resolution ordering
the Advortisor reporter to apologize
for his paper's having called tho
military committeo a useless body.
Tho resolution was rejected.
Pooplo all over town wore gazing
up at a bright star, plainly visible
midway up tho wostern sky, at noon
to-day. The sun was shining bright
ly at tho time. Mr. C. J. Lyons tele
phoned to tho Bulletin that ho
thought it was tho planot Venus.
Tho French frigate Dubourdiou
with tho French Admiral on board,
from tho South Seas, anchored off
port at noon to-day. She saluted
tho Hawaiian ilag, and was respond
ed to by the shore battery. Tho
Dubourdiou was horo two years ago.
A freak of nature was brought to
tho Bulletin oflico this morning by
Mr. E. H. F. Woltors. It is a bunch
of bananas with tho pulp of each
banana filled with seeds. Tho fruit
is of courso ruined. It would bo
hard luck if this freak should
Tho Eoard of Representatives of
tfio Honolulu Firo Department will
not moot this evening. It is tho
Board of Enquiry, consisting of tho
Dopartmont onginoors and tho fore
men of companies, which is to moot.
Its business is to enquire into the
accidout to No. 1 engine while out
for drill practice Saturday.
Accident to No. l'a Engine.
An accident happened to the ma
chine of Engine Co. No. 1 on Satur
day aftornoon, Tho company was
out for a drill and in an attempt to
turu tho corner of Maunakoa and
Berotania streets, tho engine top
pled over on its sido,smashing tho top,
breaking the whistle and injuring a
hind wheel. Tho corner is a bad one
for turning at a swift paco and there
was no necessity for tho pace. Chief
Engineer Julius Asch of tho dopart
mont, has called a meeting of tho
Board of Enquiry this ovening at
tho Boll Tower for tho purpose of
investigating tho accidout. Tempor
ary repairs will, it is ovpootod, make
tho engine sorvicoable iu two days,
but a some of tho damaged fittings
have to be imported, the machine
will not bo quite itself for a mouth
Monday, Aug. 8
Tho nioinbers present camo to or
der at 10 o'clock for prayer by Chap
lain Waianiau. The minutes- were
read at 10:10 by Clerk McCaithy
and Interpreter Wilcox and wore, as
Tho following petitions were pre
sented and referred:
By Rep. Kamauoha from 2 sets of
residents of Kohala, JIawaii, that a
now Constitution bo granted. To
By Rep. Kaunamano from resi
dents of Haiuakua, Hawaii: 1, That
there bo no cession of any portion of
Pearl Harbor. To Committee on
Foreign Relations. 2, That $3000
bo appropriated for a schoolhouso
in tho homestead district at Haiua
kua. To Committee on Education.
3, That a schoolhouso bo erected in
tho dist rict of Hnmakua. To same
committee. !, That Hamakua bo
divided into two judicial districts.
To Judiciary Committee.
By Rop. Iosopa, from tho district
of Hana, Maui, 1, that tho court
houso at Ulupalakua bo changed to
Makona for tho reason that tho
building is now on private land and
there is Government land at Ma
kona; 2, That a jail bo oroctcd at
Honuaula, prisoners now being kopt
iu the shoriil's house. Both referred
to tho Committeo on Public Lands.
By Rep. Nahinu, from Polekunu,
Molokai, that $200 bo appropriated
for an English school at that place.
To Committee on Education.
Noblo Williams from tho Printing
Committee roported Bills 15G, 157
and 158 printed. Ordered to bo
Rop. Kamauoha offered a resolu
tion that the sum of $25 bo paid by
tho Minister of Finance to J. A.
Mattoou of N. Hilo and a like sum
to Hon. A. Horner of that place for
twice paid election fees, and that an
item be placed in tho Appropriation
Bill to cover tho said amount.
Roforred to tho Judiciary Com
mittee. Clerk McCarthy read answers from
the Minister of tho Interior relative
to questions of Noblo Thurston in
ro tho sea wall and road at Waikiki,
1 Tho estimated cost prior to
commencement of tho work was
from $11,000 to $12,000; 2, Tho actual
cost of the work is $10,313.97; 3,
Paid for from tho Appropriation of
Roads and Bridges general S30,000?
of which tho above amount or a lit
tle ovor one half was expended upon
this work; 4, In the absence of tho
lato Road Supervisor unable to give
oxact number of days of prison
labor expended upon this work.
Learn from ono of tho lunas em
ployed for this special work, that an
avorago of 25 prisoners was em
ployed. The pay rolls for other
regular labor amounts to 82 days,
according to that tho total would bo
say 2132 days; 5, On account of tho
unsafo and rotton condition of tho
old bridge structure through the
sands, tho matter of thorough repair
had bocomo a necessity. Tho work
was of such a nature that it was
difficult to specify for tender in a
lump sum. For this and other rea
sons it was doomed propor that tho
Government should prosecute ho
The Kauai Court.
Mr. Creighton did not bring down
a record of tho Court proceedings
before Judge Bickerton on Kauai.
There wore several cases of candi
dates charged with violation of the
election law, but being similar to
that of James Gay decided in Hono
lulu thoy wore dropped.
A native was convicted of burglary
committed on a Lihuo store and was
sentenced to two years' hard labor.
Sixteen natives charged with giant
powder fishing had their trial con
tinued till next term, owing to the
papers being late in transmission.
Three Japanese were acquitted of
highway robbery, whereupon the
prosecution was abandoned against
two of thoir countrymen for tho
William Wrainp, a plantation limn,
was convicted of assault for having
caused tho death of a Japanese
laborer by kicking him. Ho was
sentenced to two years at hard
On Citing, for criminal assault,
was fined $100 and sent to jail for
A traveling man who chanced to
bo in tho store of 13. V. Wood, at
Mclvoes Hooks, Pa., says whilo ho
was waiting to see Mr. Wood a littlu
girl came in with au empty bottle
labeled Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
anil said, "Mamma wants another
bottle of that medicine; alio says it
is The bobt medicine for rheumatism
sho ovor usod." Fifty cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Bonbon, Smith
& Co.-, Agents.
A Now Product.
Tho Hawaiian Fruit and Taro Co.
of Wailuku is turning out a now
product that promises to bo a popu
lar article of diet. This is taio
macaroni and is on sale in neat pack
ages by H. May & Co. It is made of
cooked taro and is not bad munching
material in its dry state. The articlo
should go an a now export, as it will
undoubtedly prove valuable in the
dieting of invalids, as well as agree
able to healthy palates. Hon. W. O.
Smith has favored t ho Bri.i.nriN with
a package of the taro macaroni.
at $51 a cord is
the boon offered by L. J. Levey.
Chock Lock gives notice ho has
retired from the linn of Hop Hong
C. Bosso issues a notice as assignee
of tho bankrupt estate of Akui of
H. Hackfeld & Co. announce sail
ing dates of China steamers for San
Francisco up to May 7, 185)3.
Tho Temple of Fashion will re
ceive on the Australia a largo assort
ment of dry and fancy goods.
Prof. J. W. Yarndloy will bo ac
corded a complimentary concert to
morrow evening at the Hawaiian
J. F. Haekfold has an assignee's
notico in this papor relative to the
bankrupt ostato of Manuel Viora of
Extracts from tho Firo Dopart
mont law aro published by Chief
Engineer Asch to-da3r for tho infor
mation of the public.
Tin: l'Ai'ini" H.MtnwAiic Co., Limited,
has just received from England an invoice
of the well known Doulton Ware, compris
ing Ilrc.il.fast and Dinner Sets, Toilet Sets,
Cups and Saucers, Jugs, etc.
Their stock of Plantation Tools and Sup
plies is very complete, as. alto of Lubricat
Carbolineum Avenarius by the barrel,
case, or smaller quantity.
Mr. J. P. Blaizo, an extensive real
ostato dealer in Dos Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped ono of tho severest
attacks of pneumonia, while in the
northern part of that state during
a recent blizzard, says the Saturday
Review. Mr. Blaizo had oci"1""" to
drive several miles during tho storm,
and was so thoroughly chilled that
ho was unable to got warm, and in
side of an hour aftor his return ho
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaizo
sent to tho nearest drug store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which ho had often heard,
and took a number of large doses.
Ho says tho effect was wonderful,
and that in a short time ho was
breathing quite easily. Ho kopt on
taking the medicine, and the next
da' was able to go to Des Moines.
Mr. Blaizo regards his cure as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
Old Bags Wanted.
Clean white rags, suitable for band
ages, aro wanted for use at t he Bishop
Homo and tho Boys' Homo, Leper
Settlement, Molokai. Ring up 281
Mutual telephone, and thoy will bo
sent for; or leave tho same at the
otlico of tho Board of Health, or at
J. T. Waterhouso's, Queen street.
When ynu want a Portrait EnUinjed
cull on Kiny Jims,, yet their Price Lint,
and nee Samples. They can't bo beatl
O. Hi. BIRITO
Corner of Smitb & King Streets, Honolulu,
Kinil'S X COMl'LKTK LI.VK OK
New Consignments by Every Steamer.
Fresh Waialua and Kona Buttor
At 40 cts. a Pound.
II HI llll
CHAS. T. G-ULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oahu,
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant Marriage License.", Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian thiamin of l'itt is
Bcott'a Krulghtuud 1'arecl Mxpross.
Agent for the Burlington Koute,
1IKAL KSTATi: 11KOKICK
Hixi.illS TKLKPHONK MuriiAl. 1!1
1'. O. Uox 115
8i Merchant st,
Honolulu, II, 1,
The bent thiny to scud to your friemh
abroad is Kiny Droit, "Iluxtratrd Sou
venirof Hawaii," which feggyt'" Jor
jlte purpose, and it not un.ndxrtiwmen.
OUR STOCK OF
AM. OF WHICH AUK FliKSH. KVKUY
At Popular Prices!
Hobron, Newman & Co.
(JOllNKIl FOUT AND KINO STltKKTS.
Occidental and Oriental S, S, Co,
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of tho above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
porta on or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" .
.Aug. U'3, IS!)-'
Oct. It, lS'Ji
Nov. 1, 18SI2
Dec. '2, lbOJ
Jan. 11, Ifcll.i
I'-eb. 20, IM
April 11, lb'J.i
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Stcanieri of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong mvd Yokolmni.i j. ti. -i po" on
arandut the following dates:
Stmr. "China" . ... Sept. 1), ltfU
Stmr. "Caolic" . . . .Oct. 31, luirJ.
Stmr. "City of Kin de Janeiro" . .
.Dec. 30, 1MIJ
Stmr. "Uclgic" . . VeU. S, lb'W
Stmr. "City of l'cking" .March 31. lb'.Cl
Stmr. "Oceanic". . .May 7, IHJKJ
Round Trip Tickets
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350.
l& i'or Kicight and Parage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
air tf Agents.
HART & CO.,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Wish tolnformtho I'ublicof Hono
lulu and all residents of the other
Irdauds that they have t-cenred tho
HurviccHof Mr. Charles Ludwig-eu,
an expert Candy Maker of long ex
perience, and who Ik particularly
familiar with the taste of all lovers
Having lecently made great im
provements mid added new machin
ery to our extensive Candy Factory,
we are now better able than ever
before to supply the public with
High Orado Confections of Unsur
passed Quality and Strictly Pure
and Wholesome Material. Our
motto will always bu
"Mir now iiKAr,iinT now ooon"
can we make the Candies,
Yours, anxious to please.
1IAKT A' CO.
Ki.nit lcr. !iu:am 1'aicmiks
ami OA.miy Runnier.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
At rive Honolulu
from S. R
for S. R
Aucj, 9 Aug. 16
Sept.G Sept. 13
Oct.4 Oct. 11
Nov.l Nov. 8
l-'rom Han rrancibi-o
ALAMKDA, Oct. 21
1'rom Sydney for
MONOW'AI, Aug. 25
MAKIl'OSA, Oct. 20
MONOW'AI, Nov. 17
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HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprcckols' Bank.
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER
In JL.-n.-y Style of
Eye Glasses or Spectacles
KOLLISTER & (JO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, T. I.
uenren s Mats -
oak in-: l-ouxn at
104 Port Stroet, Honolulu.. -''-'
ciiiLintr.N's laci: hats,
OlllLDltnX'S SKILL HATS,
CHlLDItr.X'S SILK. HATS,
OIIILOKIOX'S MUSLIX HATS,
CHILDKLX'S STKAW HATS,
OHILOliKX'S LKOHOaX HATS.
INRVN'Tb' L.UT. lSOXXI'.TS,
IN RANTS' CIIIKKON IION'XKTS,
1NRVNTS' MUSLIN HONNLTS,
INRVNTS' SI1.1C 110XXKTS.
SUN BONNETS IN,. WHITE, CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
HUI MELE HAWAII NOEAU
Will Repeat the Opera of
l-'or the houclllt of that church,
Saturday Evening, August 13tli,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Tickets will be found at
HAWAIIAN NBWS CO.,
1IOBKOX, XKWMAX tt CO.,
KUTK ICK CltHAM I'AKI.OHS.
Adults 50c. Children 25c.
THK UNl)):itSH!Ni:i) WILL
liwm (nun In oi
moil ivuiiii' uuiiiiUi .
POR, OASH "fta
AT FORTY CENTS PER POUND I
l-'rom dale and until further notice.
Heni'y Davis & Co.
August 3 160.',
NOTICE TO SPOHTSMEN I
A 1.1. 1T.IISONS AIM-: roKHlDDKN
xV toIHt "lioot.drivccattli', or otlier
'wise tn-pasH on tiny of the property of
'the It.illvliunlv Plantation without mio-
dill pcrmisxiou of the undersigned. Any
k'i-Mn touiitt on ine grounds without
i-lvintF Hip lni.nl fiilimlltv nf "Hi'lnlllirf.'
i Smokeless l'nw lor Cartridge" such as
ire old onl) by us will be pro'ccuted
ii WAiiAN ii.vhijwaim:co.,
tloitul.ilu, Aug. 5, I-:).'. (I.'d)
dusirc; to .state that
the demand for them
past few weeks, hav-
exeeeded our expectations.
To those of our customers who
contemplate wrestling- with the
dodging duck and phroliesome
pheasant on September 1st we
suggest the advisability of calling
early for their ammunition.
A MISFIT ?
The uudorHigncd having been apjiointcd
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
' ton Tin; en. i.iui itiiii
FI10.M THK WO IS KB OK
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Am now prepared to i;ive KstliuntcH and
receive Orders for iliuu Kii'Imcs
of any idio and tylo,
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AUK NOW MANVRUirUItlNH A
ril'Yl.K OP LOCOMOT1VK
Adaptod for Plantation Purposes
A number of which Imvu recently been
received at the-e Mauds, and u will Imvu
pIcuMiie In furnUliini; plantation agciitH
and juaniiKcrri with particular of ranic.
The Hujierlority of iIii-mi locnimitivcs
overall other iiial.cn In known not only
hero bui in aclviiow Ic.lgcd throughout tho
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents lor tho Hawaiian Islands.
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO,
81 Borotaula St.
Bell Tele. 28Q