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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TIIUBSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1892.
Tiiuiiiiiay, Sept. 1,
Stmr Hawaii from Hnwnil
Si'hr I.lliolibo for I.ysnn Island
8ebr Ka Mnl for Hauntiotie
Bcbr Knuikeaoull for Koliiiln
The schooner I.ilmlihci loft for Lysan
Island this iiiumlng.
The llritiili bark Koorinta Is receiving
stono ballast in her lift.
The brigantino AN. (I. Irwin is to be haul
ed on tho Marine Rnlhrny this trip.
The steamer V. O. Hall will arrive early
to-morrow morning from windward ports.
Tho steamer AV. O. Hall will bo taken on
the Marino Railway for cleaning on Satur
day. The steamer Hawaii arrived this morning
from Maui with molasses and a roller from
Tho boiler and engines of tho steamer
Waialeale lying in the stream are receiving
n general overhauling.
KKKOXA - KKAAVKKANK - At I.eleo,
Sept. 1, by tho ltev. J. Walnmnu, Mr.
). Kokonn of Honolulu to MissKcawe
kanc of I.ahaina.
Mortuary Report for Aufjust.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
To-morrow, Fritlny, is Iho Queen's
will not bo isstiotl
Sons of St. Gcorgo uienic to-morrow
nt Romond Grovo.
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Woatlier
cloudy, wind light northeast.
"Bee-f extracts" is tholitlo of IIol
listor & Co.'s now advorlisoment.
Tho Band will give a moonlight
concert at Emma Square this even
ing. Tho members of St. Andrew's
Church Association will meet this
Tho apparatus of the Hawaiian
Pacific Cable Co. was sold yesterday
Tho regular monthly business
mooting of the Y. M. C. A. will bo
held this evening.
1 to .")
fi to 10
10 to 20
20 to HO
80 to 10
10 to SO
m to 70
11 S JcS's 3" g
Isilnlss1 n! :i a1
' ':::'i 7
1 .... 7
.. .. 3
2 . . . '50
CAUIt I OK
Urights Disease . I
fongest'n oflSrain 1
Consumption ... 5
Cliolera Infantum. 1
COMl'AUATIVi: MONTHLY MOUTAI.ITV.
Disease of Heart. 4
Old Age 7
Aug., 1888. . .
Aug., 1880. . .
Aug., 1800 ...
Aug., 1892. .
15 11 ! 12
Animal death rate per 1000 per month.2(i.0S
All others 8.57
0. i. Reynolds,
Agent Board of Health.
Oahu Lodge, No. 1, K. of P., will
not moot to-morrow (Friday) cycli
ng, but will on Snturdny evening.
A battalion of marines and blue
jackets was landed from tho U. S.
cruiser Boston this morning for drill
on tho plains.
To settle differences between the
two rival clubs, why not have tho
boat race somo other day, when they
can got their crows together?
Sorgeant Dick Kukona, of tho po
lico force, was married at noon today
at Loleo by tho Rev. J. Waiamau to
Miss Koawekano, of Lahaina.
Tho consideration of a resolution
introduced at tho mooting of tho
Chamber of Commerco yesterday
afternoon was deferred until next
Mr. J. H. Paty has retired from
tho firm of Bishop & Co., bankers.
Tho bank corporation will hereafter
consist of Hons. Chas. K. Bishop and
S. M. Damon.
Complaints have been mado about
hoodlums attending band conceits
and insulting people. Yesterday
evening at tho concert at Thomas
Square, tho nuisance was disgusting.
Tho executive committee of tho
International Liberal League will
meet to-morrow evening for tho pur
pose of considering the matter of
nominating a candidate for Noble to
There is considerable speculation
on tho boat races between tho Bos
ton and tho boatboys to como off to
morrow. The Boston crew will pull
in the Kanoolani (C-oared) and Ha
nakooki (14-oared), and tho boatboys
in tho Kapiolaui ((-oared) and Iu
An official notice of tho introduc
tion to tho Queen of His Excellency
J. Hay Wodohouso as British Minis
tor Resident appears in this issue.
It contains tho cordial lottor of
Queon Victoria convoying tho inti
mation of Major Wodohouso's pro
motion, also tho speech with which
tho now Minister Resident presented
Thursday, Sept. 1, 1892.
Tho House convened at 10 for
prnyor. Minutes of tho previous
meeting weie read by tho Clerk and
Rep. Smith moved that adjourn
ment be had until Saturday morn
ing. Rep. Kamauoha moved that tho
"want of confidence" resolution be
engrossed and presented to tho
Rop. Smith considered that such
action was both unnecessary and
Rep. Kamauoha dropped his mo
tion and instead moved adjournment
until next Monday.
The question being put on motion
to adjourn that of Rop. Smith was
carried and at 10:20 the Assembly
adjourned over until Saturday.
THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY.
Sing a song of politic,
A pocket tlask of rye,
One and thirty members
With otllcc in their eye.
When thoy tho noes counted
They shouted for the vote,
Hut when tho vote was stated
They sang another note:
"Twelve men want the billots,
"Uf which there ore but four,
"While four caves hold three each
"Who feel for salary sore.
"Horner wants his bank bill
"Which makes another kick
"If he doesn't get It,
"He'll moke next Cabinet sick."
Schedule of Evonts Ollleml and Other
wise. Tho following is a list of tho
events in celebration of the Queen's
Salutes, at sunrise, noon and sun
set. Hookupu at lolani Palace, from fi
o'clock to 8 o'clock a. m.
Official Reception, at lolani Palace,
from 11 a. in. to 12 noon.
At 1 p. m., Her Majesty receives
tho guests invited to tho luau.
Regatta at Pearl Harbor. Yachts
assemble at 9 a. in., rowing races at
1 p. in.
Sons of St. George picnic, at Ro
lnond Grovo. Sports at 2 p. m.
Dancing day and evening.
Regatta in Honolulu harbor at
S) a. in.
A Peck of Trouble.
Quito a commotion was caused on
the city front this morning prior to
tho departure of the schooner Liho
liho for Lysan Island. All prepara
tions had been made for leaving at
10 o'clock, but tho mate, Mr. Orloff,
.said lie had forgotten his clothes,
and wished to get them. Ho left, for
homo and failed to appear again,
consequently a young Englishman,
formerly mate on tho British ship
Boniuore, was secured and articles
signed. This was not all, however.
Hasygawa, tho Japanese cook on the
schooner, was arrested for the lar
ceny of a gold watch, tho property
of Miamoto, a fellow countryman.
Hasygawa had borrowed a sum of
money from Mr. Aswan, leaving the
watch as .security. Hasygawa hav
ing to stay to answer to tho charge,
another cook's services had to bo so
cured. Anothor Japanese cook was
found, and finalby, at 11:30 o'clock,
tho Liholiho, under command of
Captain Berry, sailed for Lysan Island.
Sentenced for "Vagrancy.
Ah Lojf, alias Charlie, a half-casto
celestial arrested on Saturday at Ka
moiliili on a charge of vagrancy, was
arraigned this morning to answer to
tho charge. Charlie pleaded not
guilty, and two of his companions
who wore arrested tho Bamo day but
discharged, deposed that thoy did
not know dofondant as doing any
thing for a living within ono month
past, and that ho was living with a
fisherman friond. Charlie in defense
stated that ho was formorh stoward
at tho Hotel, at tho Cosmopolitan
restaurant, and on tho steamer Ki
nau, and that ho was willing to work
as cook or steward for anything, but
owing to tho prevailing hard times
ho had boon unablo to got work.
Charlie was sentenced to imprison
ment at hard labor for bix months,
and at tho expiration of that time
His Honor hoped tho hard times
would have passed and good times
Tho Royal Hawaiian Militar
Band, Prof. II. Bergor, loader, will
give a concort tliis evening at
Emma Squaro commencing at 7:!K)
o'clock. -Following is tho program:
March Birthday Puiist
Overture Ia Haunuo ku AIM llergcr
Medley Pleasant Memories .lleyur
Palauia, Pill Aoao. Malama.
Pantusia Mubicul Delusions.
Piccolo Kolo Klua Mann Iiwi
Oolop Princess Royal.
Two Marches. .
Aloha Oo and Queen I.lliuokaluui
Savod a Woman's Life,
Mr. J. E. Thoroughgood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says:
"Two teaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cliolera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy saved tho life of Mrs. Jano
Thomas, of this place." Ho also
states that several other very bad
cases of bowol complaint there have
boon cured by this remedy. For
.sale by till dealers, Benson, Smith
Contost of a Deed by tho Lato King
Kalakaua to S. V. Mahelona.
An interesting suit is docketed for
hearing before Chief Justico Judd
on Monday next. It is a bill in
equity sued for by Quoen Dowager
Kapiolani, by Dr. Trousseau, her attorney-in-fact,
to setasido a deed al
leged to have been mado by tho lato
King Kalakaua to S. W. Mahelona,
shortly before tho King left on his
last trip to tho United States. For
a consideration of five thousand dol
lars ($5000) tho deed convoys to Ma
helona tho following mentioned pro
perties: 1. One-third of tho rice land and
Juila at Kalihi and the fishery of
2. Tho kula makai of tho aforesaid
rico land and two fish ponds Ale
noho and Auiki.
8. One-half of tho fishery of Kapa
kahuki and of Honuku.
Tho deed purports, to havo boon
oxocuted November 15, 1800, but as
it was not acknowledged it had to
bo proved. It was not brought for
ward for proof, however, until June
1 of this year, when it was proved
boforo Chief Justice Judd, who
granted tho usual certificate of
proof. After proof the deed was re
corded. The bill of complaint alleges that
tho deed was fraudulent and forged,
also that no consideration passed in
tho matter. Complainant therefore
prays that tho deed bo cancelled as
fraudulent and void, and without
An answer was filed on Juno 2.'1
containing a general denial of tho
allegations of tho bill, and express
ing readiness of the respondent to
prove that tho deed was not pro
cured by fraud. F. M. Hatch is at
torney for tho Queon Dowager, and
C. W. Ashford and "Y. C. Achi for
Mr. Mahelona is an old resident
and a well-known member of tho
A Chofaress Fined.
A native woman was tried in tho
Police Court, this morning for parti
cipating in tho che fa banking craze,
and was found guilty. She was
sentenced to pay a lino of S100 and
S1.10 costs of Court.
Tho arrest, was mado by Police
Officers Hopkins and Larson, and
when surprised in her cosy clio fa
castle the woman hugged tho pre
cious litllo tickets like ono would a
gold eagle these times, and it was
only by force t hat sho was compelled
to show tho pasteboards. An outfit
of riddles and answers was found
also. Sho is a notorious cho fa gam
bler. .). L. Kaulukou who defended
her noted an appeal to the Supremo
Court. In closing tho case Deputy
Marshal J. A. Mohrten stated that
ho was surprised counsel for tho de
fense should advise his client to
plead not guilty with such a clear
Judge Bi'ckert on was holding court
to-day on a question of the guar
dianship of a child named John K.
Kaniau, .1. Nnwahi represents tho
petitioner, and J. K. Kahookano tho
contestant. Thorn is some property
behind the child. W. J. Sheldon is
doing duty as interpreter.
This afternoon His Honor gave
judgment appointing Mary Napoi,
grand-aunt of tho child, as guardian
of tho person, and Fred. Wiiudeu
berg as guardian of the property of
tho minor. Tho petitioner, David
Kcohou, who lost t lie case, is half
brother to tho minor's father.
Program of Racos to bo Hold in tho
A regatta under tho auspices of
the Hoalani and Kaiulani boat clubs
will be held in the harbor to-morrow
morning commencing at '.) o'clock.
Thoro will bo a six-oared stationary
seat race between the Healani's boat
Kapiolani and the boat Kanoolani,
tho latter to be maimed by a crow
from tho U. S. S. Boston, and the
Kapiolaui by tho crew who lately
defeated tho U. S. F. S. San Fran
cisco. A 11-oared barge race will bo
another interesting event, and will
bo between tho U. S. S. Boston and
tho Healanis. These two races are
causing a good dca lof comment as
both crows havo had but little prac
tice. A swimming race is on the
program and all participants are re
quested to bo in readiness at Brewer's
wharf to receive instructions as to
tho course. Tho judges will accom
pany tho barge races around the
courso on tho tug Elou. Tho follow
ing entries have been mado:
1st Raco Sliding seats, (i-oared.
Carl W., entered by Healani Boat
Club; Liliuokalani, entered by Kaiu
lani Boat Club.
First prize, $25; second prize, S10.
2nd Raco C-oared stationary
seats. Kapiolani, entered by Hea
lani Boat Club; Kanoelani, entered
1)3 tho U. S. S. Boston; Kapuaala,
entered by tho Healani Boat Club.
8rd Raco Sliding seats, -1-oared.
Carl W.,- entered by Healani Boat
Club; Liliuokalani, entered by Hea
lani Boat Club; Pooinaikolaui, on
tored by Kaiulani Boat Club; Ram,
entered by Arthur Wilder.
First prize, $20; second prize, 10.
lth Raco fi-paddle Cauoo Race.
Puakauahi, Hawaiiloa, Waakeokeo.
Ilow-do-j'ou like it, tho last named
being entered by II. Yiora.
First prize, 10; second prize, 5.
5th Raco Swimming Race. Open
to time of race.
First prize, 5; second prize, 2.50.
fith Hace 11-oared Bariro Race.
Kuliaikanuu, entered by Healani
Boat Club; Hanakooki, entered bi
ll. S. S. Boston; Aloha, entered by
In second and sixth races boats
will pass tho spar buoy going out on
tho port side and returning on the
Judges Capt. Fuller and officers
from tho Boston.
Timekeepers F. J. Krugor and
Committee of Arrangements W.
II. C. Groig, Atkinson, A. Mahaulu,
H. Gallagher, 0. Widomnuu, J. O.
Carter, Jr., L. Ward, Jas. Spencer,
J. H. Boyd.
Pacific Hardware Co.
White Mountain Ice Cream Freez
ers. From one quart to 12 quarts.
The larger sizes with lly wheel.
All attempts to supercede this
pattern have failed.
Call and gel a Whitman Patent
Riding Hit, nickel plated.
l'Aciric Haiidwaui: Co., Ld.
l'Murr Frntnr mtuli' lo itnl- r from
Liitrxt Nlylrx of Mouhlhiyx. Ilrnttni
tion of Olil l'it'titrrx a xprriullji at Kintj
liron,, llntrl xlrt'rt.
you possess a personal ncrjunintniiou with your own
individualil.y you will tloal whore you iiol tho m-oat-
est value for the loasl. money.
you want (he latest thing's in IJardwaro jjo to the
house where snap, mnn.'.r and push oo.es out of
pore, in the skin of the salesman just like tho water
out of that lot of (Jarden Hose you hoUi-ht of those
J FA.3STA.CEA. F033.
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs,
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. J. I., (iooilmnn, of Aimitor, Cnl.,
cnyx: "I lmvo 1 mil io)oiit(!(l opportunity
uf olwrriiiK nml toiling the rolli-ving mill
licnllui; quality of Yit On. when applied
to p:iinful, sori! nml iiilliiint'il parti, al-o in
lame joiuti, iprains anil hrtii-o". I inn
I'onllik'iit that to the extent its safe, netive
ami poweiful healing merili mv tried t it
will ho eoniiiloroil tho iiuliipeiis-alilu family
BT- I'or the ailiing you will reeeivela
loO Tettimuuml Letter. Head one and do
your own thinking.
It will last longei
Gold Ska I
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroot, Honolulu, : : : : Opjio. Siireckcls' Dank.
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
t&- GOOD FOR TJ1E SICK OR THE WELL &&
stock the folio win"; "Well-known Hrands
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COKN'Klt l'OKT AND KINO STUl'KTS.
A LI, ACCOUNTS AXiAlNST Till' Cltl
torion Saloon mint ho pi evented at
oni'o. 1.. II. Dl'I'.
Honolulu, Aug. ''.0, l.s!) .lll-:it
IWII.Ii l'AY NO DKIST.S NOlt III' KKS
poinililo for any goods purchased in
my name union Mtrli dehts or goods are
authorized hv mu in writing.
.1. II. IIAKItlfcON.
Honolulu, Aug. 21, 1W1J. Aim-It
thk UNni'iiSMixr.n (iitoci-us
hou to notify their friuiiiN that
their Store-, will ho oWned on September
id, tho Queen's llirthdav:
II. MAYA- CO.,
h. k. .MciN'TYm:.tiii:a,
I IKS II Y DAVIS A CO.,
Honolulu, Aug. ISl, lh!)J. Ml--it
e carry in
Liebig's Extract of Meat,
Armour's Extract of Beef,
Parke Davis & Co.'s Beef Jelly,
Wyeth & Bros' Beef Juice,
Valentine's Meat Juice,
Johnston's Fluid Beef,
Maspera Beei Msal,
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort. Street, - - - Honolulu, Tl. I.
ivc jl Isl dvi: o o? dh:
Against the Lottery.
An invitation by Mrs. .J. M. AVliit
noy, Mrs. W. W. Hall and Miss M. A.
Chiimburhiin to all ladies inturustud
in dofoating tho proposed lottory
rosnlti'd in tho assembling of be
tween sixty and sovonty ladies in tho
Central Union Church parlor this
afternoon nt. 2 o'clock.
Mrs. J. M. Whit nny assumed tho
chairmanship and Mrs. Hall ex
plained tho objects of tho meeting,
urging on those present the neces
sity of petitioning tho Queon to veto
tho lottory bill, should it pass tho
House, Others wore in favor of
petitioning tho Legislature and that
right away without waiting for the
bill to pass tho House.
The evils tho Louisiana lottery had
caused were prominently presented,
and the meeting was resolved to
strongly oppose tho measure.
III England tho country roads aro
so good that a single horse can pull
a vehicle with two passengers and a
driver more than 10 miles a day and
do it with perfect ease. Tho public
highways aro likewise good on tho
lli:i.l. Ti:i 1(11. -dZ-.MinuAi.'fi'i.. SI.
tf- ituKMni.MT, lii:i.i. Tki. :mbi. -"cai
CtllAHU'S LKONAUI) I1'!K TO IS
I form his friends and tho public that
lit' hart opunt'd tlm CarrbiKU Stnml, coniur
oi .Miuaiiuanu Kiiij'HiiTi'in.toiioi'alli'il tin-
"I. X. L. CARRIAGE COMPANY,"
wburu Fporial KatcH.will bo iiimlo for Tou
rhtaud Picnic I'aitios to nil pluriw of in
tuicdt; alM) I arcful DrlvnrH provided for l,a
divH calllii); oi .ihoppiiii. 'J bo uiidcrMiguud
hoimi by stiicl attontioii to blisini'is to
jj.'iln cuHlinu and favor by all.
t& Cnrrianiifuriii'diril at all hourr'.ilay
or niKht, al-o HairH'iKi) Kxwiit.
ftXl. f. l.l'OSAlil).
104 Fort SLi'SJQt, Hoiaolu.lvi.
To Commence Monday, August 29, 1832,
Two Weeks Only !
THK 13NTIK13 STOCK WILL HE OFFISMSD AT A
rpHK HUIJ.KTIN IS THK I.KAHIN0
X Dully Paper of tho Kingdom. Jfifty
cents ior lupntlT, r " " r
Tako Good Oaro of tho Childron.
If you havo children you will bo
interested in tho experience of Mr.
John Cook, of l'ilot, Vermillion Co.,
III. Ho says: "Two years ago two
of 1113 family, a young man and a
girl, had very sovoro and dangerous
attacks of bloody (lux. The doctor
hero was unable, after a week's time,
to check or relieve either case. 1
throw tho doctor overboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Clio
lera and Diarrha'a Uomody. Im
provement was seen very soon and
my children arose in a few days
from what 1 foarod would bo their
deathbed. It is a grand, good inqdi
ujiip." For galo by all doalijrs. 15on
son. Smith & Co., Agents.
AMKKTINd Of THK KXI'lUTlVl'
I'oiMiiiitlii' of tho liitoriiatiumtl Li
beral LcaKuo will bn hold at 7:'.'M o'clock
l'KIDAY KVKSISO, Kupt. 'J, at Itobin
miii Hall, to coiiHldur tho iiouiinalion of a
Nnhlo to curve In placu of lion. I'.uil Xou
iiiauu, rr-igncd. l'KIt OltDKIt.
KI'KCIAI. MKKTINO 01" THK
Ktockholiloinof t lit) Houoinii HiiKiir
Company will I hi hold on SATURDAY,
rioptt'inhor ;td, at lu p'clock , m., at the
ollli'o of C. llruttur Co., (I.M). .
A. 0. I.OVKKIS,
Hccrutai Houoniu Kiiuur Co.
Honolulu, Auk. Ii? IHU-'. M)I--Jw
iHK 1'AUTNKUHIIII' I'OUTHi: 1'UK-
noo of carrviliK on tho Imslm.i ol
Huukcr.i at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian
IhIiiuiIu, liL-rotofoio oxhtinj; bctuocii CIiiik.
It. Hiidiop.Johu 11. l'aty and H. M. Damon.
uiiilcr thu tlnu nainu uf "lllsbop A-Co.,"
lias this day boon didsolveil by iiiutual
coiiMiiit. Tho buslm'.-H will bo contluui'd
by I'lnis. It, HiHhop and H. M. D.iuion, mi
dor tho Drill lianm of "lIUIiop it Co." Thu
liabilities of thu lklc linn aro assiininl by
v b JOHN II. PATY,
H. M. DAMON,
Honolulu, Kept. I, 1MJ.'. I S. It
rpHK I'OI.I.OWIStT 1'KIteOSS AHK
1. authorized to fclgu uur linn iiuiiiu hv
profuiiitlon until further not iiu: John II.
i'uty, J, M. DiiMHlt 11II,',f',M!;,
(riii;iieil) 118.1101 A 1.0.
IlojiOluluJ Bcj.t. I, lhS&7. -"' 01lt
Retiring from Business
Ol'H KNTUtK HTOOIt
Must be Sold by January 1, 1893. ;
We will Coiiiliiciico Kidllnt' Out
Next Saturday, Sept, 3, 1892,
Ami will continue until the Whole
Stock i diipoed of,
STORE TO LET! FIXTURES FOR SALE!
OPI-A.S. J. IPIS-KIM-i,
The LcatliiiK Millinery IIoiim1, cor. 1'ort
,rins and Hotel Mtrietn. hv
L. KONG PEE,
Kurt btrcot, mixt to Club Stabler,
Uf I-utoly 0(it(or and Muuuucr of (loo
Kim A' Co, OuurunUiUjj OimjiI Kit and ltiw?
toimniH t-rvj. raironauutoriujii'i!.
All Goods will be Marked in Plain Figures and
Sold f ox Gash. Oxxly
Bono-fide Sale ! E3JT3F" Positive Bargains !
THE INDUCTION WE GUAltANTEIi VOW
TWO WEEKS ONLY
The Popular Millinery House.
Poi- Bark. " .A.ll3Qi-t '
A Kltl'.HII l.NVOICK OK
H. Hackfeld & Co.
OKKKIt KOlt KAI.K
Hay, Grain, Feed i Best Refined Alcohol!
For Sale Cheap In Quantities to Suit.
A I. BO
KI HE WOOD
AT ftl J'l'.lt COKII DKI-lYKUKl)-
JOHN P. COLBURN & CO.
- f . " 5
m (i,,m, s,
For Mecbaalcal & Medical Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
at Tin: unti: ok
SI. 75 DPer C3-a.Uo:n
IU.J INCJ.rniNO CONTAlNKit. Hni
W hunt thing to send to yuurfritutd
ttbrwd is KilHf Mto, "JUmtmted Hoti
WiirqflJwtiU" tt!&JMHtfj iur
' Xl 1u