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THE -DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1802.
JV1 .A. 12, 1 ISTE NEWS.
Tiiuihiiav, Sept. 8.
Stmr .Tames Makec from Knuni
Stmr.f A Uiiiiiinius from Kooliui
Sidir Ka Mo! from llimapupo -
Tiiuibiiiw, Sept. 8.
Stmr Hawaii for llamaluia
Stmr lVlu for MaUawcli
Stmr .Inincii Miiki'u for llanalci iiiul Hiuui
liinnlii nt i p in
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Klnuu for Muni and Hawaii nt '2 p m
Kor Mnkawvli per stmr 1'ele, Sept 8 Mrs
Thou 11 Walker.
The Meinour Kinau will leave on her
regular louto to Mniii anil Hawaii to-inor-iov
at '2 p. in.
The steamer .luiiics Makeo whieli aniveil
this morning from ICapaa reports a rough
sea outside and the wind well from the
The Pacific, mail now steamer Peru ar
rived at Yokohama, Japan,
15 dnvs fioin San Fronuisco.
The American linrkentino Tropic ltird
put into port yesterday in ilistre--s, liaving
lost her foremast and sustained other da
mage in a hurricane un the night of Aug.
2!)th and I50th while on her way from Ta
hiti to San Francisco. Messrs. Sorenson &
i.yie will attend to her repairs, including a
Since it was reported that the notorious
schooner Halcyon is somewhere oil' the
eoast with a cargo of opium and China
men, the customs authorities have been
exceedingly vigilant. Another boat has
been put on to assist the Hartley and every
coasting schooner enteiing the harbor is
thoroughly searched. S. 1'. Com. Itecurd.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
To-day is llio eighty-fifth day of
The Honolulu Firo Depart inont
will moot this owning.
Diamond lload, il u in. Wenthor
clear; wind, frosh northeast.
The Government building is as
dry as a bono for news those limes.
The concert at the Hotel last even
ing was highly enjoyed by the
patrons and lato arrivals.
Mrs. J. Mott-Smith and two
daughters will return on tlio S. S.
Alameda duo on the 22d inst. for the
Hov. Father Gulstan ?opert,
Bishop of Panopolis elect, will leave
on the S. S. Australia on next Wed
nesday. Crowds of people are taking an
outing daily at Waikiki to escape
the heat of the town, and to enjoy a
dip in the brine.
.LP. Morgan will sell the house
hold furniture of Mrs. 1'cdlar to
morrow at 10 o'clock, at the resi
dence, Fort st root .
Mr. George C. Stratenieyor will
leavo on tlio Australia next Wednos-da-
to accept a position on tlio
Coast until after the holidays.
Prof. E. D. Preston intends re
turning on the Australia next Wed
nesday, after a prolonged stay in
Honolulu in the interest of science.
A Chinaman named Ah Fook is
under arrest on two charges, viz., in
dulging in cho fa and an attempt at
bribery made at the time of the
Tho qaso of Joe Cross for assault
and battery and having a deadly
weapon in possession, reported in
the Bulletin on Tuosday, has again
boon romauded until next Wednes
day. A baseball game will bo played on
Saturday afternoon at 15:30 o'clock
on tho Loaguo grounds between tho
"How do you liko it" team and tho
Iwiloi nino. A good game is inevi
table. Tho Misses Blanche and Kate
Cornwoll will leave on tho Australia
for tho Coast, and will bo joined tho
latter part of tho month by Mrs. A.
Cornwoll and Miss Adole Widdi
iiold. .Messrs, Woott on & Bromley have
started a bicycle riding school in
tho Armor' on Borotauia street.
Thoy mado a good start last night.
Anybody on paying a fee by tho
hour can exercise on tho wheel.
Tiiuiisiuv, Sept. 8,1 W)2.
The members present at 10 o'clock
came to order for prayer by tho
Chaplain. At 10:0!1 the minutes of
the previous meeting wore read and
The President staled that Her
Majesty had been pleased to sign a
number of bills ami directed the
Clerk to read the titles of same
which were as follows:
Bill Ml, relative to authorizing
tho killing of Iho niynah bird.
Bill 12!), relating to tho erection
of buildings within the lire limits of
Bill IM, relating to the disposi
tion of Hospital tax funds.
Bill 28, totaling to tlm amendment
of tlio law relating to the Postal
President Walker ctated that ho
was not aware of anything having
been yet settled with regard to a
Noble Cornwoll at 10:00 moved
Pacific Hnulwaro Co.
This wiis her
A calf has been found.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
A piece of Government kula land
at Kailua will bo sold October (5.
A landlord's notice of sale under
distraint will bo found elsewhere.
Tlio Hoalani Boat Club issued a
challongo to tho Mj'rtlo' Boat 'Club
this morning for a six-oared sliding
scat raco to and around tho Boll
buoy for tho championship, tho raco
to take place on Saturday, Septem
ber 17th, at fi p. in. Tho challenge
was to bo opon for twenty-four hours
and tho raco to bo a match raco, not
for 11101103. Captain W. H. C. Groig
was soon by a Bulletin reporter tit
3:30 o'clock this afternoon, and stated
that ho had received no answer.
Several of tho Myrtlo club boys
stated to-daj' that thoy aro willing
to raco tho Hoalauis, but thoro must
be some "sponduliks" in tho mattor;
in other words, the- want to raco
for something tangible.
Booked to Leave,
Tho following passengers aro
booked at tho olllco of W. G. Irwin
& Co., to leavo on tho S. S. Austra
lia on Wednesday:
lluv Father (lulstan Itopert, Father Val
entino, Mrs J Mi'Karnes, K I) Preston, 1' S
lie la Vergue, Mrs K 0 Wooloy, Arthur
Mackintosh, Mrs J Meek, Mrs John Dyer
and child, James Wallace, Miss illnni'hu
Cornwell, Miss Kate Cornwoll, .Mis and
Miss Martin, Mrs T It I.ucus anil child,
Mrs V Sclilcssingor, child and maid, 11 11
French, wife and child, Mrs II K Silvester,
Mrs t' Wurth, J W Hamilton, wife and
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Whito PrSfscarfs 3 for 25 els.
during tho clearance sale at Sachs'
Sunburn relieved at once 13' Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Men's fine silk shirts for &l.7f re
duced from $0.00 during tho clear
ance sale at Sachs' store.
Furniture of II. F. Ilobbard will
bo sold at tho house, Punchbowl
street, at 10 o'clock Tuesda'.
Gentlemen's honmied stitch whito
silk handkorchiofs for 50 cts. during
tho clearance salo at Sachs' store.
A Government lot at Punchbowl
street and Printer's lane will bo sold,
with reservation for a road, on Oct
Tho loaso of tho land occupied by
tho Honolulu Iron Works for ten
3'ears will bo sold at auction at Alii
olani Halo on October (5.
Mr. Landor's Recommendation.
Mr. .1. A. Lander, a prominent
citizen of Clarksburg, Mo., and
widely known in that State, says of
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Dinrrhoia Koinedy: "I have scon its
good" results and can recommend
it." For salo by all dealers. Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
.Jack Ailau, Foreign A Hairs.
F. J. Testa, Attornoy-Goneral.
J. Marsdon, Interior.
Capt. Kice, Finance.
Pooh Bah Cabinet.
II. N. Castle
Foreign A Hairs,
Mechanics' Home, fiOand 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by da', week or
month 2.r)c. and r0c. a night; $1
and 1.21) a week.
A sp"cial meeting of tho Oahu
Uailway & Land Company will bo
hold at tho Chamber of Commerce
pn Monday next at 11 a. in,, for a
purpu.-o specified in the notice else
where, Dr. McLennan has lemoved to Ala
ken street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, premises Intel' occupied by Dr.
Lutz. OiHco hours,!) to 12,2 to I,
and ovcni'i'H it to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 197 i Mutual 082.
Tho T.tia,vays Coinpnu' intend
introducing a through service, every
20 minutes, between Xtiuanu Valley
and Punahou, by way of Queen, Fort
and Borotauia streets. Tho time
table for Borotauia street will not be
changed. The new time schedule
for Nuuanu street is advertised in
another column. Tho now arrange
ments aro to take o fleet on and after
Monday, Sept. 12th.
Nearly 20,000 pounds of bread are
daily eaten in tho Sultan of Turkey's
Reply to Mr. Ralph Tumor.
Editou Bulletin :
T dosiro to acknowledge very grate
full' tho exceedingly kind expres
sions which Mr. Turner has used
about mo; I greatly regret that my
stylo of thinking upon tho question
of licensing evil things does not
meet his approval equally with other
things that 1 have written. I be
lieve it both wrong and foolish to
license any form o'f criminal activity,
worthy of being repressed and pun
ished by tho law. 1 do not put tho
licensing of tho sale of alcoholic
drinks into the samo category, be
cause a considerable proportion of
this community have from childhood
been wrongly taught to boliovo that
the moderate uso of such drinks is
right ami wholesome J.I10 con
science of tho community will not
yet permit of prohibition. But I
believe that very few persons sin
cerely believe that gambling and
opium smoking are not evil things.
1 hope tho day will come in Hono
lulu that so few persons will approvo
of tho drinking habit that wo can
close all the saloons. Meantime 1
would put the salo of wines and
liquors under tho closest restrictions,
and deprive tho saloons of all
features of attraction and ontortain
mont, making them bare places of
supply, iis is done in Finland. All
gambling, lotteries, cho fa and other
contrivances for swindling the poor
I would sternly repress and prohibit,
as with more or less vigor is sought
to bo done in most parls of tho
United States as well its in Hawaii.
Mr. Turner and other writers an
imadvert 011 the asperity of the
terms I have used in characterizing
the Lottery Company which is seek
ing to get Hawaii into its remorse
less clutches. Every expression 1
have used is far more than justified
by tlio detailed reports of the
methods of tlio Louisiana Lotter
which have, filled tho periodical
literature of America during tho
past year. In the Century for March
hist is mentioned the circumstance
of a very agreeable millionaire pas
senger on an Atlaniic steamer boast
ing 01 ms immeuseiv nroiitnmo in
vestments in the slock of (hut lot
tery. A Western .fudge indignantly
turns upon him with the words, "In
Missouri wo treat men liko 'ou ex
actly as wo do horse-thieves." That
is tho way Americans generally have
learned-to look upon lottery com
panies. 1 say generall', and in proof
of it 1 adduce the fact that,!)' mi
overwhelming majority of till parlies,
Congress lias gone to tho ulmo.st
limit of its constitutional power in
making lotteries felonious, as nearly
all the States have done. It is now
a crime to put into tho U.S. mail
any inaltor promoting the business
of a lottery. The whole lottery busi
ness holds the position of an "out
cast felon," so far as tlio laws of tho
United States are concerned,
For Hawaii now to harbor this
condemned and outcast organization
of villainy would be a defiance of
American public sentiment fresh
heated as it is, which would seem to
justify the little flight of imagina
tion 1 indulged 111 about our pro
posed exhibit at Chicago. I think
Hawaii would bo quite unwelcome
there, Louisiana will bo welcomed
with honor. She has cast out the
villainy. S. li. Bishop.
Has a Grand Time Attending tho
Through tho courtesy of tho pub
lishers of tho Paradise of the Pacific
tho following letter from Mr. H. II.
Williams is presented to our readers:
Denver, Colo., Aug. 23, 1 81)2.
Tho Knights Templar Conclave
in Denver and tho "Shrine" meeting
of tho Imperial Council in Omaha,
Nob., are both over, T attended
thorn both; had a most enjoyable
time. Both cities did till they could
to make it pleasant for their visitors.
"Honolulu" and the "Hawaiian
Islands" were quite a novelty to the
people of both cities as well as the
thousands of visitors.
I was spotted by most all of them
and was in great demand, thoy all
wanted to exchange cuds and Com
mander' badges with inc. Some
wore not able to find me and left
notes at my hotel, others even wrote
to me after they had returned home,
enclosing their card and asking for
mine. Will incline 3011 a card ami
1 came on fioinSan Francisco with
California Coiiimandery No. I, on
their snecial train. We had a very
enjoyable trip. Perhaps you have
already read about it in tho S. F.
Chronicle, as that paper wrote up
our trip and our reception here. It
makes mention that 1 was enthusi
astically received. Wo had some re
ceptions along the road before we
Wo arrived here Sunday, and Mon
day morning my picturo was in tlio
Rocky Mountain News, with a little
mention of Honolulu. There have
been several personal notices about
me in both the Denver and Omaha
I wont to Omaha to attend the
meeting there and, after spending a
few days, returned to Denver to
finish sight-seeing in Colorado.
Have mot some old acquaintances
and made many now ones. Met W.
C. Peacock and family hero, they
loft yesterday a.m. for Salt Lake City,
thoy expect to return, to Honolulu
Denver is a lovely city, it is hard
work for 1110 to leavo it, it has a nice
climate, sonio magnificent residences
and grand largo buildings from 0 to
10 stories high. Tho Equitable Life
Insurance building is one of the
finest, it has 10 stories and runs 8
passenger elevators, and there is a
man on tho first floor all tho time
who watches them and starts them.
This building liko main' others is
strictly fire-proof, believe all tlio
wood it has in it is the doors. Have
distributed tho Paradise of tho Paci
fic whorovor 1 have been, every one
is glad to get hold of them. Have
reserved some of tho papers to take
East with me, tho remainder is in
tho Chamber of Commerce for free
distribution, thoy are going fast.
Had some of tho largo pictures
framed and presented to the Cham
ber of Cominorco and some to tho
The California Commander' and
myself had our headquarters in the
Chamber of Commerce building.
Denver was very prettily decorated
and elegantly illuminated with 200,-
000 colored electric lights across tho
streets. Tho illuminated emblems
were very pretty.
The parade on August !)lh was
giand; California Commander' was
mounted 011 black horc and one
Boston Cominandoiy was mounted,
the balance walked. Tho Grand
.Marshal olFured 1110 .'1113' position, 1
wanted in the procession but he
said ho would bo pleased to have 1110
on his stall with the grand officers,
so I rode behind him at tho head of
the procession on a lino large black
horpo, best in tho procession.
1 joined tho California Commander-
drill corps and wo gave an exhi
bition drill mounted at River Front
J 'ark and wo got the first prize which
was a silvor brick worth ?()00.
At Omaha wo had a nice parade
in the evening, there were four cam
els and three donkeys in the proces
I cannot begin to loll you what
good times wo had, everyone, both
ladies and gent lemon, wore very so
cial and mado tilings as pleasant as
possible for each-other,
I have been rushing about all the
time, have not been able to accept
half the invitations I've had, Have
had invitations to visit people all
over the Slates.
Expect to finish my visil in Colo
rado nuxt week, and go on to
Chicago; will finally get Hast,
expect to attend a meeting at
Washington, D. C, tho middle of
While Mountain led Cream Freez
ers. F10111 tutu quail to 12 quarts.
The larger sizes with fly wheel.
All attempts to supersede this
pallerif have failed.
Call and got a Whitman Patent
Riding Bit, nickel plated.
Pacific Haiiuwaiu: Co., l.d.
Fort SI reel.
If you don't know Iho valuo of rubber hose get a
I lost-; Rkkl mid soi' bow much longer It will live.
S3r " Hope deferred niaketh the heart sielc," and un-
)!id elleet on I ho stomach.
you have credit it
offer a discount for
hen poverly is abolished some one will have to
set up an Asylum for Homeless
i.Aitfi and Chain's for the pets is unlimited.
Our stock of (Jot.
" There's no mending a broken record.''
uur record 101
vou've outirrown irood only for smaller men.
rood values prompt delivery has not been
.A. FA.2SrjA.CEA. FOR
Lame Joints and .
Cold on the Lungs.
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. .1. I., (looiliniiii, of Aiiiiitor, Oil.,
Miys: "I liiivi' lmil ro prat rd iippiirtunlt
of'oliscrvliiKiiml li'slliiK the n-lli'viiii; anil
liciiuugipiumy 01 vitv im. wiii'ii nppiii'ti
to painful, -ore iiiul iiillaini'il part", al-o in
l:iiiio joints, sprains anil lirui-i's. 1 am
coiTliili'iit that to tin' extent its safo, ai'tivi1
anil powerful lieallnu merits are trieil, it
will lie, ennsiilereil the inilispensiilile family
K3- For the aKiii; you will reemve'a
Ii'jO Testimonial Letter. Head one and do
your own thinking.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COUNP.i: FONT AND KINO KIT.KHTH.
Jn3?' Considering how awfully good the times' of our
grandfathers were in Honolulu, it's a pity some of the
growlers were not young enough to enjoy them. Our prices
conform with the times cheaper than ever.
ff3 "True character seldom appeals on the surface."
The slatternly hole in the heel of one's stocking is usually
covered by well-polished leather. The character of our Nkw
C 1. on lies YVisiN'di'Ui.s, however, sticks out all over.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprockcls' Bank.
104 Fort Straot, Honolulu.
Hawaiian Tramways Co., L'd,
On and Alter Honday, Sopt. 12th, tho
NUUANU STREET CAIIS
Will l.KAVi: I'.UIOA U:l') A. M., ii:"o,
(i:. and HVKUY -2i) .MINUTKS
until I0:'!0 l'. M.
jrar- Tlie-ii Cars will run tlirounh to l'n
mifiuii, via (Jueen and Ueii'laiiia streets,
exeunt the 111:1(1 and 10::C) r. i., which will
isn to I'al.una. On Saturdays the Id: le I', m.
will j;o to I'unahoii.
To Commence Monday, August 29, 1892,
Two "Weeks Only !
THE ENT1K13 STOCK WILL 13E OFPEWED AT A
All G-oods will bo Marked in Plain Figures and
Sold fox Oetslx Only
.HAVU WIIAUI'' liiSI A. M., I!:-"'", 7:1.'!,
and IWr.KY '51 MIXUTKS until
111:11! i'. M.
Bona-fide Sale ! or
Positive Bargains !
BERETANIA STIIEET CAIIS
Will run through to the Valley, via (Jueen
street, 'rimes as at iiiosunt.
FORT & ALAKEA STREETS CARS
I.KAVi: I'AUO.V (via School, Tori and
Alakea stuets) 7:.T a. m., M."r, (on
Sundays !l::r), ll::, l'J::i.' r. m., IMi,
l::;r, :':'. (l:.""i, (fur I'.ilama "ilH i M.)
l'MSOM Wll.Uir' (via 1'ort and School
Urccts) h::s . M., ll:.!, I":.", II :.". !-:.
! m., I:.'l, a:."l, !i:.'l, (:.'! ami 7:.l r. M.
lF" All I'lirt-slieel Cars will connect
witn Ucretania-sticet Cms at Central
Union ( lunch.
j-. I),.)..:),,,! Timi. 'I'tilil.w intiv lie oil-
tallied gratis from the Ciiiiiimiiy, or from
Iloliron, M'WIIIIIIl i l il., corner iviiik mm
Knit Miei'l". '''"-"t
THE REDUCTION WE GUARANTEE EOK
TWO WEEKS ONLY
The Popular Millinery House.
A. 'jL v Tl
Suvod ii Woman's "Lifo.
Mr. .I.E. TlioroutfligoiHl, writing
from Georgetown, Dulnwaro, saym
"Two tuasiooiifuls of Jliiiilrliiiii'H
Colic, Cholera ami Diarrliu'a Jtiiin
ody paved tho life of Mrn. Jane
Thomas, of this plaeo." Jlo also
states thai Hovoral other very bad
eases of bowel complaint there, havo
been cured by this remedy, l'or
salo by all dealers.
& Co., Agents.
rplir. WT.mtbY lUJI.I.CTIN'-i-i 001,
.1. umns of InUirusling Heading Matter,
Islands, $1; mulled to foreign countries, $f,
Por S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Propriotor.
1 For SAN FRANCISCO.
T1IK Al STIlAMhllll'
October, and il may be December ( ,,
before 1 rot urn to Honolulu. I Ja. U O J. Xv2xi-JX Jx
Some of my friends have boon Wll-I. l.KAVi: lloNol.Ul.l'
camping up in tho mountains near i im im. .imvi: mm .
hero. 1 went up and spent Sunday I , , M . . .,t
with ti.e.n ami killed a mttio-snaUo ! Wednesday, September 14th
with seven rattles.
Have not time to wrilo inoro just
now, so will Mop,
Hopo you aro gelling on nicoly.
With best wishes,
Yoitrs very truly,
11. 11. WllXIAMS.
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
& GOOD FOR THE SICK OK THE WELL jStf0
We curry in slock the following- Well-known Brands:
Liebicj'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 Flui'l Beef,
Mosquera Beef Meal,
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolvilvi, EC. I.
Retiring from Business H. Hackfeld & Co.
Ol'K KSTIltr. h'l'UCK.
Must 1)8 Sold by January i, 1893.
We will ('i)iiniicnei' Sidling Out
Next Saturday, Sept. 3, 1892,
Ami will continue until the Whole
Mock U dispu'-i'd of,
ST0I1E TO LET! FIXTURES FOR SALE !
.A. T N O O JST .
Tim iindurnltuiiMl an- now iin-iiarcd to
littuiu Through Tli'kutH from tlilncitv to all
iolnts In tin' Unilod Htntun.
Kor further particulars rcyardlnt; Kri'lylit
or I'asKijc apply to
Wni. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
KKMJt Uuiivr.il AgunU.
OPI.A.S3. J. IPISHEJXj,
TIki l.'cailliiH Mllliuury II oh mi,
!Ah and Hotel utri'iiU.
J'iclurr Frame rniulo to order rum
Luletl Style of Mouhlhiu. llenovti,
ti'oy of Old I'icture n jeoiaUy nt Kimj
iron., Jlohl r,
oKKWl KOlt HAl.l-:-
i Best Refined Alcohol!
I Tor Mechanical & Medical Purposes.
i In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
u Tin: iivti: in
! SLS Per O-allon
Uli) lNOl.tMllNO CONTAINKI!. tin
The Iwt thiny to tend to your friend n
idiroad in hiy lira, " lUiittrnjctl Sun
venirof Uimitii," wliieh o(ti up fur
the jnirjHMO, (((tit it no( un iKii'uWujyui'n'.
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