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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 9, 1892.
TiiuiwiUY, Sept. 8.
S S China, Scalmry, from Hongkong and
Fkiiiay, Sept. !).
Stmr Ivaala from Waianae ami Wnialua
Schr Alillu Morris from Koolau
Fuiiiay, Sept. 9.
8 S China, Sealmry, for San Francisco at
8 ii m
Stmr Kinau for Maui ami Hawaii at '2 p m
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr Kinan,
Septll For the Volcano: H S Williams,
Mrs Williams, Mrs Mnltinan. For way
ports: J 11 Atherton, Alex Kahoalii, Alex
Jlihia, Mis Harnard, Miss Turner, K C
Ilonil, B I'atcanof, H V ltaldwin, Miss
Woignt, K Olding, W Weight, C Kaiser.
l)r Grossman. A St C 1'iianaia and wife. K
ft Wnlhridge, Miss K Wight, Miss Atkins
it vegc, .Mrs J TiMKcr, liev tj ij Desna,
.Miss .Maria nose,
Miss Annie Hose, Miss
The steamer Kinau loft this afternoon at
2 o'clock for Maui and Hawaii.
Tho Uritish bark Kooringa has finished
discharging coal anil is taking in atone
Tho S. S. China received a supply of coal
last evening and to-day. She will leavo at
8 o'clock this evening.
DEMINO-FOSTl'Il In Oakland, Cal., on
Saturday, August 127, Byron 1). Deming
and Harriet N. Foster, "daughter of the
late Dan'l Foster, of Kau, and 1353
Castro street, Oakland.
TAYLOlt-SANKOKI) At Trinity Church,
San Francisco, on Thursday ovoning,
August 15, Edward S. Taylor and
Frankie Janet Sanford.
A Young Society Man is Arrested
on a Charge of Theft.
Jamos W. McGuiro was arrostod
at & o clocic this altornoou on a war
rant which charges him with tho
larceny of articles of clothing, also a
purse containing money, tho pro
perty of Mr, Schwabach, a tourist of
means. Tho residence of Mr. Mc
Guiro was searched and sovoral arti
cles of silk clothing wore found and
identified by Mr. Schwabach. Two
coins which had been in tho miss
ing purse wore also found, but,
tho purso did not materialize.
Mr. Schwabach intended leaving
on tho P. M. S. S. China this ovon
ing, but ho has altored his mind on
account of this little sidoshow. Tho
parties concorned have boon friends
sinco tho arrival of Mr. Schwabach
a fow wooks ago, Mr. McGuiro ac
companying him on nearby all his
' visits to points of interest. There
is some talk that Mr. Schwabach is
a Gorman Count, and that ho in
tended taking his newfound young
friond for notour of Europe.
A Gigantic Jaw.
Tho sizo and probable power of
tho sharks which infest tho coast of
Maui aro cloarly demonstrated )jy
tho jaw of ono of those ravenous
monsters of tho deep, which is in tho
prosont possession of Mr. II. W.
Peck, having boon sent hither by tho
last inter-island steamer. Tho jaw
shows four cloarly defined rows of
teeth, each row presenting a moro
interesting yet more fearful appear
ance than a barliod wire fonco, Tho
jaw in diameter measures nearly 19
inches and is 52 inches in circumfer
ence. A well-developed youth could
bo easily "lost to sight, to memory
dear" by an untoward introduction
to a similar representative in activo
life. Tho jaw was sont by Mr. Ray
mond of Kaanapali, Maui, to, as
above said, Mr. II. W. Peck, General
Socrotary of tho Y. M. 0, Association
of this city. Tho jaw will probably
bo placed on exhibition.
rpjIK UM(KTIN8,THK LEADING
X Dully l'aper of the Kingdom, Fifty
cents per month.
LOCAL AND GENEBAL NEWS.
The band will play at Qitocn
Emma hall' this ovoning.
Ono caso of drunkonnoss was dis
posed of in -tho Police Court this
Through passongors by the China
took in Iho sights in and around the
Tho mail for San Francisco by tlio
S. S. China will close at 7 o'clock
Mechanics' Benefit Union will meet
this ovoning in annual (session and
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. "Weather
hazy; wind light northeast; schooner
Millo Morris off tho head.
Tho Tahitian mail of tho Tropic
Bird will bo despatched by tho S. S.
China for San Francisco this ovon
ing. Lieutenant - Commander B. F.
Richards, U. S. N., is a through pas
senger for San Francisco on tho S. S.
Protection Hook Si Ladder Com
pany, H. F. D., will celebrate its Hot Ii
anniversary by a social at its hall to
Tho Portuguese Benevolent So
ciety has received a spar eighty feet
long for a now flagpole at the club
house on Alapai street.
Tho Y.wTaT.U."ctffco rooms
at Queen Emma hall will bo in full
blast .this ovoning, aftora suspension
of two week$. Tr tho young ladies'
A Chinese waslnnan stated tho
other day that about eight thousand
pieces wore destroyed by tho iiro at
tho Government wasli house on
Tho Misses Adeline and Beatrice
Willis, nieces of Rov. Bishop "Willis,
will leave on tho stoamor W. G. Hall
on Friday next for Kona, Hawaii, to
accept positions as teaehors in tho
South Kona Boarding School.
Tho publishers of Husted's Direc
tor have sont a specially bound
copy as a gift to tho Queen. It is in
white volluni with leather corners,
bearing in gilt tho inscription, "Li
liuokalaui, Queen of tho Hawaiian
Tho Liberal party held a mass
mooting at tho Old Armory, Queen
'street, last ovoning, and appointed a
committee to nominate a Noble to
fill tho vacancy caused by tho resig
nation of Hon. P. Neumann, and re
port noxt Thursday. An inharmo
nious discussion of tho situation
A largo and brilliant party was
given by Hon. and Mrs. W. G. Irwin
atthoir Waikiki rosidonco last night.
It was in tho naturo of a reception
to recently returned friends from
abroad. Steward James of tho
steamship Australia catered for tho
event, surpassing oven his great suc
cesses of former occasions.
Tho promoters of tho lottery bill
have agreed to have tho objection
able word "policy" stricken out of
tho bill, by request of ninny who
considered this tho most objection
able part of tho bill, and it is also
stated that it was never tho inten
tion of tho originators to embrace
anything of tho kind' in tho bill.
Tho P. M. S. S. China, which ar
rived last ovoning, brought ono hun
drod and threo Chinese passengers
from Yokohama and Japan, and two
hundred and thirty tons of freight
for this port. She had forty-live
cabin passongors in transit for San
Francisco. Tho China will continue
hor voyage at 8 o'clock this ovoning.
Tho Myrtle Boat Chili have ac
cepted tho challenge of' tho Ilea-
lanis on condition that tho race bo
on Sopt. 21th and for a cup valued
at .?.r)0. Tho Healanis have granted
tho request and the cup is tho
only hitch. A Hoalaui when asked
to-day if tho race was coming olf
"sure pop," answered "3'os, unless
thoywnnt a head start."
At tho meeting of tho Fire De
partment last night afuneral bill
of ,?lij for. John Sullivan, a deceased
momber of Engine Company No. 1,
was passed. A report from the exe
cutive committee on tho accident to
No. 1'k engine stated that tho Chief
Engineer at tho investigation cen
sured the driver for his want of care.
Tho Department voted down a mo
tion lo consider tho report and ad
journed. An Elegant Table.
In Hie window of the Pacific
Ilardv.aio Company is an elegant
card table composed of iinmuiiora
blo pijuu.1 of Hawaiian wood, highly
polishecV and evincing in every way
tho hand of a master mechanic in
its construction. It is beautiful in
decorative patterns of inlaid work,
and the joining of the main panels
is effected ho as to make the grain
on both sides harmonize. Thotublo
is strongly made, so as to be a most
durable article. It is tho handiwork
of Mr. Win. Monzel, a cabinet maker
of this city, and is valued at ,?200.
Au influential gent Ionian is interest
ing himself to ensure tho table's
having a place in Hawaii's exhibit at
tho World's Fair.
EIGHTY-SIXTH DAY. .
Fiiiiuy, Sept. 0, 1892.
The Houso was convuned at 10
o'clock by President Walker for
prayer, after which the minutes of
the previous mooting were read and
Rep. Ashford asked tho President
if ho was in possession of any infor
mation of tho appointment of a
President said that he was not.
Hop. Ashford said that ho had
taken tho ground on several occa
sions that tho House should proceed
with tho transaction of its business
even without a Cabinet; but ho had
always boon voted down by tho
House. Ho would now move (and
everyone expected something out of
tho commonplace) that the Houso
adjourn until Monday.
Motion put and carried and, at
10:01, tho Assembly adjourned until
Tho Californianlllustratod Magazine
The September Californiau is a
striking issue. It contains a sensa
tional oxposo of spirit, photograph,
from the pen of tho well-known
scientist, Dr. Elliot Coues of tho
Smithsonian Institute. Dr. Cones
slashes tho bogus spirit photograph
ers without, mercy, and makes most
entertaining reading having traced
down all tho fraudulent pictures.
Tho illustrations to this paper aro
striking and will create consterna
tion in tho army of frauds who pro
upon unsuspecting people. A timely
and beautifully illustrated article is
oii yachting about San Francisco, by
Mr. Yale, editor of tho Mining Ho
viow, a well-known yachtsman, and
authority in such matters. Tho illus
trations aro racy and Humorous, be
ing instantaneous views of every
famous yacht on th bay. A remark
able oxposo of a secret society in
Honolulu, in which superstition ran
mad, is found in tho illustrated arti-'
clo entitled "Black Art in Hawaii,"
b the Rov. Dr. Fisher, a Methodist
missionary to the Japancso who loft
hero last year. Higher education in
California is well illustrated in a
well-written article on Throop Uni
versity. Augusto Woy, a brilliant
writer, continues tho series on what
California can do at tho "World's
Fair, and a plea for the missions is
made in behalf of the Society for tho
Preservation of tho Missions by Mrs.
Powers, tho illustrations being by
Fenn, showing Pain, San Luis Roy
and tho old mission of San Diego.
Among tho articles on foreign sub
jects is an entertaining ono on India,
by tho well-known author and scien
tist, Dr. Simms.y Richard II. Mc
Donald, Jr., tlfo well-known San
Francisco banker, and political
economist, makes au earnest plea for
reform in a scholarly paper on "How
to Secure Good Municipal Govern
ment." No question is of moro im
portance to California than that of
the Nicaragua Canal, and the third
in tho f-eries of papers by W. L.
Morry is given, treating the financial
side of tho quest ion with ability.
Stories by Airs. Bugeia and Doro
thea Lumiuis, poems, book reviews
and discussions of questions of tho
day b E.-Gov. Lionel A. Sheldon,
make up a number of especial inter
est. Published in San Francisco. $3.00
Tho through cabin passengers on
the P. M. S. S. China from Yoko
hama and Hongkong for San Fran
cisco, consist of tho following: C. S.
Uiaggs, C. F. Biaggs, R. W. Brown,
H. Beale, R. Blunt, Capl. B. C. Crul
hihii, .11. Y. Dean, T. R. Ellis, Miss
Furbor, Lieut. C. A. Foster, U. S. N.,
Mrs. Godfrey-Bolt, Miss Godfrey,
J. A. Gossor, Mrs. E. ,J, Grant, Dr.
llopondyl, Otto Hamburg, Mr. and
Mrs. F. .1. Hunt, Hermann Jobson,
Mrs. M. A. Kellogg, M. Kuril, Ito
Kunao, Mr. and Mrs. L. von Kali",
Mrs. S. Montgomery, Mrs. Marsh, II.
S. Miller, Lieut. -Commander, U. S.
N., Mr. mid Mrs. W. Simpson, Earl
Scott, James Stewart, S. Gondhoin,
J. C. Siegfried, W. 11. Seabury, A. A.
Thomas, J. Lucas, S. Wheeler, Rev.
Dr. Woodhull, .Miss Wilcox, Mrs. M.
Wheeler, J. Wood, T. Nobida, Y.
Tho Annexation Party.
Town talk 1ms it I hat tho only
combination which will satisfy tho
Ualilwin-Thiiihton-Sinith party is
tho following: Minislor of Foruigu
Affairs, A, S. Ilartwollj Ministor of
Finance, L. A. Thurston; Minister of
Interior, Dr. .1. S. .MeGrow; Attor-noy-Gonoral,
W. O. Smith; and W.
R. Castle, Marshal.- Com.
Mr. Lander's Rocommondation.
Mr. ,1. A. Lander, a prominent
citizen of Clarkslmif,', Mo., and
widely known in that State, says of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diiirrho'ii Remedy: "1 have scon its
jjood results and can recommend
it." For sale by all dealers, lionson,
Smith k Co., Agents.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith ic Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of II.,
will meet this ovoning.
Firewood is offered for sale, with
prices quoted, by Hustaco it Co.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
While 1 K. scarfs !i lor 25 cts.
during the clearance sale at Sachs'
Sunburn relioved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Notico to firemen about tho line
drill to-morrow afternoon is given in
Men's fine silk shirts for $1.75 re
duced from 6.00 during the clear
ance sale at Sachs' stoic.
"Honolulu Cycling" in another
place should be noted by all who
want to bo expert wheelmen.
Dr. John S. McGrew ofl'nrs to let
tho houso lately occupied by H. F.
Hebbard on Punchbowl street.
Gentlemen's hemmed stitch white
silk handkerchiefs for 50 cts. during
tho clearance sale at Sachs' store.
Mrs. Good has a notice regarding
tho re-opening of her well and favor
ably known milliner establishment.
Mechanics' Home, 59 and (51 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
mouth 25c. and 50c. a night; SI
and 1.25 a week.
A fine chance to get Hawaiian and
Samoan curios will bo afforded at
an auction sale to bo hold by L. J.
Lovoy at 10 o'clock Tuesday.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
koa street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, premises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollico hours, 9 to 12,2 to 1,
and evenings (5 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 197 ijfutttal CS2.
. Tho Tramways Cdmpany intend
introducing a through service, every
20 minutes, between Nuiianu Valley
and Punahou, by way of Queen, Fort
and Berotania streets. Tho time
tablo for Borotania street will not be
changed. Tho now time schedule
for Nuuanu street is advertised in
anotlvor column. Tho now arrange
ments aro to take otrect on and after
Monday, Sopt. 12th.
Saved a Woman's Life.
Mr. J. E. Thoroughgood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says:
"Two teaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy saved tho lifo of Mrs. Jane
Thomas, of this place." He also
states that sovoral other very bad
cases of bowel complaint there have
boon cured by this remedy. For
sale by all dealors. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
rpHK WEKKLy"iUj,I.KT1N-'.'.s COI.
i limns of Interesting pleading Matter.
Islands, $1; mailed to foreign countries, $5.
TTHOM AND AFTKH THISJIATK
JL .Millinery l'.stalili.sliment on
.treot will he under Iho charm- of Mits,
(loon. MNs McOowan will return on
Monday, Sept. V2th.
All accounts due are to lie paid imme
diately to Mrs. Good, ortlmy will be placed
in the hands of a collector. ' ""
ttf- Trimmed Oniids will lie old at cost
till Nov. 1st. f.lS-lw
Oiiliu Railway & Land Co.
MIKKR WILL UK A SIM'.CIAL MF.KT-
ni! of the Stock ho i ers of the Oahu
Hallway V Land Company held at the
Chamber of Coniiuerce, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, Sept. 12, 1892,
AT II O'CLOCK. A. M.,
For the liiirposu of authorizing the issue of
a new form of Terminal Division Honds
place of such terminal Division
liuve already been Issued.
Honolulu, Sopt. 8, W)l
HA WA I IAN COUNCI L NO. (WO, AM Klt
icau Legion of Honor, meets THIS
(Friday) I'VKNlNd at 7::t0 o'clock, at
Harmony Hall, King street.
.IDS, M. OAT,
MECHANICS' BENEFIT UNION.
L'ilJ. Jll.UUIiail .II..144IJII ...J.,..-
iug of Mechanics' Ileneiit Union will
u held at the hall of Kuuiue Co. No, -'.
THIS (Friday) KVKNINO, at 7:.!0 o'clock.
Special business: Klectiou of Otllcers.
T1IOS. It. LUCAS,
ASI'KCIAL MKl'TINO. OF THK ST.
Andrew's Chinch Association will
bu held in the Cathedral Schoolroom at
7::i0 o'clock, on MONDAY KVKNINd,
the L'th lust,, to consider llesolutious in
condemnation of the propou'd Lottery
Scheme, All members oi the AKsociatlou
are requested to attend and to bring (heir
MLI'TINO OF-JMIi; STOCKHOLM
urs of tho Hawaiian Sugar Co. will
io Held m..t tijwiimi, win. Min,
held NKXT TUKSDAY, Sept
11 o'clock a. i., ut the ollico of 1), W. M
fiirlauu it Co.
Pacific Hardwaro Co.
White Mountain Ice Cream Freez
ers. From ono quart to 12 quarts.
Tho larger sizes with fly wheel.
All attempts to supor.-edo
pattern have failed.
Call and get a Whitman Patent
Riding Bit, nickel plated.
Paciiio H.viunvAiu: Co., Ld.
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs.
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. .1. I', (iimdman, uf Amator, Cal.,
Miy.s: "I have had lopritli'il opportunity
ofi.Wrving and testing the relieving ami
healing quality of Yitv On. when applied
to painful, ore ami inflamed parts, a No in
lame joints, sprains .and hrui-es. I am
confident that to the extent its safe, active
and poweiful healing merits aietried.it
will be considered the indispensable family
8" For the asking you will receivcj.i
lf0 Testimonial Letter. Itead one and do
your own thinking.
Hoton, Newman & Co.
COItNKK FORT AN'I) KING STIil'r.TS.
Hawaiian Tramways Co., L'd.
On and Alter Monday, Sopt. 12th, the
NUUANU STREET CABS
Will LKAVK l'Al'OA (1:10 . m., (i:::0,
(l:.10, and KVKItY L'O MIXUTl'S
until l()::;0 i'. i.
g.& The-n Cars will run thiough to l'u
nahoii, via (ueen and Iterelania streets
except the 10:111 and ll):.'!0 l M., which will
goto I'alama. On Saturdays the 111:10 i. i.
will go to Puliation.
LILWK WIIAliF (I:
and 1'VKItY a
111:1.'! p. m.
. M., (1:.V1, 7:i:S,
BEllETANIA STHEET CAKS
Will run tl igh to the Valley, via Queen
street. Times as at pic-ent.
FORT & ALAKEA STREETS CARS
LKAVK l'AUOA (via School, Foil and
AIHkea stici'ls) 7::ii A. M., hl'Vi, (on
Sundays !:.ri), ll::s.ri, l2-.:ir : i., 1 :X,
l:.'l."i, fi -, lli.Vi, (for l'alania 7 :t" r. m.)
FUOM W1IAIU' (via I'lirl and School
htrccts) s::s . m., l)::i, 111:;), 11 s:i, li::s
p. i., I :."!, -'::!, fi::t, il::i and 7:.l i m.
Cars will connect
Cars at ('mitral
19 Detailed Time
tained gratis from the
Ilolirou, Newman ,t Co,
Tables may be ob
, corner Wing and
O "ST S T E IR. S
For S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Till: A I STILVMbHII
' ' AUSTRALIA ' '
WILL LI'.AVK HONOLULU
tun mi. iui I. roi:r on
Wednesday, September 14th
The undersigned ale now jireiiared to
issue Through Ticket, from this city to all
points lit the United Statis.
For further particulars regarding I'ruight
or Passage apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
I Ol'i-Ut yeiwrul AggiU.
i-Sf- ii you don 'i kiioy
IIosi: Ki:i:l and sec how much longer it will live.
fSr-r ' I lone deferred innlcelh the heartsick." and un-
you have credit it has
offer a discount for cash.
JSZIS3' When poverty is abolished some one will have lo
set up an Asylum for Homeless Dogs. Our stock of Col
lars and Chains fpi the pets is unlimited.
A Lucres no nieiunno-a nroKen record. ' us nice
the clothes you've outgrown good only for .smaller men.
Our record for good values prompt delivery has not been
jj5" 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.
fiSf3 "True character seldom appears on the surface
1 he slatlernlv hole in the heel
covered by well-polished leather
Cloth ks Wimn'okks, however,
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Slroot, Honolulu, : : : : Onpo. Sprockets' Bank.
DyC A. liL 1(L O T 131
104 Port Straet, Hoio.olu.lvi.
To Commence Monday, August 29, 1892,
POSITIVELY FOR '
Two Weeks Only !
THE EXTIHE STOCK WILL BE OL'FEHBD AT A
All G-oods will be Marked in Plain Figures and
Sold f ox Ootsli Only
Bona-fide Sale! cH!a' Positive Bargains !
THE REDUCTION WE GUARANTEE FOR
TWO WEEKS ONLY
The Popular Millinery House.
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
gW GOOD FOR THE SICK OH THE WELL bC3
Vo carry in stock 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 Fluid Beef,
Mosquera Beef Meal,
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolialti, EL I.
THK YAHD UV
the undersigned, a
Calf ii or 7 mouths old,
which tho owner can
have by moving property
anil paying expenses,
C. L. UYTOKLHST,
M7-:it" No. Kl St. Louis College.
rpilLClTYSlior.INd SHOP HAS
.1 opened and is prepared
ll! II rot-
class umk us lortucrlv
.1, W. McDiinw.ii, Manager,
Honolulu, Sept. 7, I -', fill!-lw
1'ictnrt! Frame whhV la oeder from
htkst Stylix of MimUUwj. Ittmom
lion of Old I'iclurfit a specialty (it Kiny
Jiron., Jlytel trcs(
uic va I no oi niobcr nose c-et a
:i had effect on the stomach,
t i i f-i ii
oi one s .stocKing is usually
The character of our Nkw
sticks out all over.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
-Ol'Tl'li roll BALK-
IBest Refined Alcohol!
For Mechanical & Modlcal Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
AT Till! 11VTK OI-
SILT'S Per Gallon
10J lNCLUDlNdCONTAlNLIt. 1 tit
The bvtl lltiiiji la send to yiiurfriemh
abroad in Kiny Jlroa, "Illustrated Sou
UpnirofJliiieuii," which isyotten up for
Ihpurpose, uHjf. it not an udvcrthoMont,
, , ,
-ViJi.3, '. - iittttHI f -
Wm, in 111 ml 1 1 1 111 ill