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KllOM AND AVTKU KHimUAUY 1,1892
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 10, 1892.
IM .A. 1R. I ISTE ISTEWS.
Satup.iiay, Sept. 10.
Stmr 0 11 Bishop from AVuinnuc and Moku-
Stmr Mokolii From Muloknt
Stmr Waitiiiinulo Irom Mnul nnd Molokai
StmrJamos Makeo from Kauai
Saturday, Sept. 10.
S S Chinn, Scaburv, for Snn Francisco at
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr .Tunics ifakee for Hnnalei and Hana-
maulu at 1 p m
Sttur Vnimanalo for Molokni and Maui
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p in
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Mokolii 15 head cattle, 10 calves and
(il bags wool.
C It Uishop 9'1 bdls hides and sundry arti
cles. Jas Makcc '.MOO bags sugar, 81 bills green
hides, 123 bags neo and (1 pkgs sundries.
From Kauai per stmr James Makee, Sopt
10 J Cocklmrn, Mrs Ottmann, l)r Mitta
mura and child, Miss .Bella Lindsay nnd 4
From Molokai per stmr Mokolii, Sept 10
Misses Maggie and Fannie McCorriston,
Deputy Sherill' Lililehua and li children,
Mrs Henry I'eelua and 12 deck.
For San Francisco, per I'M SS China,
Sept 9 T Courtney, Itcv J Usborne, wife
and 2 sons; and 4.ri cabin and 132 steerage
passengers in transit.
The steamer llishop btought ten deck
passengers from tho other side of the isl
nud this morning.
The steamor James Makeo left on
Thursday for Kapaa and adjoining ports
on Kauai for sugar, and returned this
morning with a full load which shu is
transferring to tho bark Ceylon.
The steamer Mokolii returned this morn
ing from hor first trip since sho has been
overhauled. Tho Mokolii behaved splen
didly throughout the voyage to and from
Molokai, making the iuh down in six
' ' bT. Andrew's cathedral.
The services of tho cathedral con
gregation, 13th Sunday after Trin
ity, will bo as follows: Holy Com
munion, G:30 a. m.j morning praj'or,
11 a. m.; Hawaiian evensong, 3:30 p.
in.; ovonsong and sermon, 7:30 p. in.
All aro invited.
Tho services of tho second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow will bo as follows: 9:15 a. in.,
morning pra'or with sermon; To
Doum, Borg in C; Jubilato, Sullivan
in D; hymns 29(5 and 298; anthem,
"How beautiful upon tho mountains"
by Smith. At G:30 p. in. ovonsong
with sorinon; Magnificat and Nuno
Dimittis, Tours in F; hymns 802,
257 and 19. Row A. Mackintosh,
pastor. All aro eordialby invited to
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Preaching by tho Pastor at 11 a.
in. and 7:30 p. in. Subject of morn
ing discourso: "Law and tho Lot
tery." At tho ovoning sorvico tho
Pastor will proach tho anijual ser
mon for tho oponing of tho schools.
All aro invitod.
High Mass, 10 a. in.; Rosary and
catechism, 2 p, in.; Sorinon followed
by tho Benedict ion of tho Holy Sac
ramont, -1:30 p. m.
SEVENTH DAT ADVENTIhT.
Sovonth Day Advontists will have
Bible meetings every Sunday ovon
ing, at tho corner of Punchbowl and
Boiotnnia st roots.
Evangelist io services will bo con
ducted by tho Y. M. C. A. in Bothol
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
v. m. o, a. hall.
Evangelistic services in thoY. M.
C. A. hall. (5:30 lo 7:15 p. in.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Firo Dopnrl inon t, drill this af(or
nooii. SI. Loute Collogo will rcvopun on
Band concur!, nl Einnia Squnro
Dianiond Head, 12 in. Woathor
cloudy, wind higli norllioasl.
Row J. UBburnu and wifo woro
passengers by tho S. S. China this
Tho S. S. China weighed anchor
for San Francisco about !1:80 oVloek
A inonslor jack-fruit grown at Ku
kuihaole, Hawaii, is on exhibition in
tho Hawaiian News Co.'s store.
Tho How Do You Like It and Iwi
lei teams will cross bats on tho dia
mond this afternoon at !1:!M) o'clock.
The mail by tho P. M. S. S. China
for San Francisco this morning con
sisted of 11H5) letters and loll pa
pers. Tho bicycle riding school will bo
opened this evening for the benefit
of thoso intending to master tho
wheel. Music will bo in attendance.
Tho band played at tho Hawaiian
Hotel last evening instead of at
Queon Emma hall as intended, for
tho benefit of passengers by tho
Mr. Gardner K. Wilder of Hono
lulu and Gortrudo L. Barnes of
Kochestor, Now York,. were married
under fashionable auspices at Koeh
ostor on August 21th.
James McGuiro was arraigned in
tho Police Court this morning for
tho larceny of $150 in gold, tho pro
perty of Mr. Schwabach, and his
trial sot for next Tuesday.
Tho amount of linos in cho fa
cases only in tho Polico Court this
morning aggregated $123. Who
saj-s tho polico aro not doing any
thing with regard to tho cho fa evil?
Tho Mechanic's Benefit Union, at
its annual meeting at tho Boll Towor
last evening, olected tho following
oilicors: T. R. Lucas, President (ro
olocted); Geo. Norton, Vice-President;
Thos. Soronson, Treasurer; J.
H. Black, Secretary.
A lad' was thrown from a horso
on Richards strcot this morning, but
luckily escaped unhurt. Sho was
riding along quietly in company
with another, when tho horse's hind
legs slipped and throw tho
backward, landing hor on
Chas. Peterson, when asked
this morning as to tho condition of
D. CrowniiiKburg, who was struck
on tho head by a stono yesterday,
stated that there was no bad symp
tom, no fovor, and ho was perfectly
conscious. Yostorday ho was not
oxpocted to live.
Doputy Sherill' Lililehua of Molo
kai and family received bj' tho Ha
waii tho news of tho death of Mrs.
Lililehua. Tho Hawaii loft hero on
Thursday for Olowalu, where a na
tive who was a passenger secured a
horso and rode thirty-six miles to ac
quaint Mr. Lililohua of tho sad news.
Tom King, a hackman, was tried
in tho Polico Court this morn
ing, for assault and battery on a wo
man on Thursday night. Tho wo
man testified that tho hackinan was
enticing hor to outer his hack, and
on hor refusal ho struck hor with a
whip. King was sentenced to pay a
fine of $10 and $3.50 costs.
Ah Look, Ah Young and Ah Fook
pleaded guilty to having cho fa
tickets in their possession in tho
Polico Court, to-day and wore lined
$25 each and costs. Wong Kwai was
convicted of managing a cho fa bank
on Queen street and was lined $250.
Appealed. Ah Sun, cho fa tickets in
possession, fined $100. Appealed.
Tho party at tho residence of lion,
and Mrs. W. G. Irwin, Waikiki, and
mentioned hi yesterday's notos, was
Kivon complimentary to tho Misses
Parkor, who have lately returned
from England, having completed
their education in that country. Tho
invitations woro limited to young
dancing pooplo who seemed to fully
enjoy tho music and dancing to
gether with tho glorious moon which
was shining ou that eve and oH'ored
a moonlit night such as only tho
Paradise of the Pacific can boast.
The Sloop Nellie Ashore
Tho steamer Mokolii from Molo
kai this morning brought tho news
that the fishing sloop Nellie was
ashore on tho roof this side of Ka
unakakai. Tho Nollio is owned by
Mr. Chad. L, Hopkins, and only left
hero the other day to resume fishing
on tho fishing grounds owned by
Mr. Hopkins. Tho captain stated
this morning that tho Nollio hail
sprung a leak when oil' the coast,
and if ho had not run hor ashore tho
sloop would havo sunk in deep
water and all would havo been losl.
Tho Myrtle's Reply.
To tiii: IIualaxis:
ThoMyitlo Uoat Club will strictly
adhere to its acceptance published
hi tho 1 O. A. of tho '. llh hint., as tho
terms thereof aro not at all un
reasonable. ,1. A. Lvi.i:,
Captain Myrtle, Boat Club.
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England's Oaro of Her Oitlzons.
A speech lecontly delivered by
Senator Fryo to tho Republicans of
Portland, Me., contains tho follow
ing on (ho above subject:
I do not know that 1 over loved
England particularly. 1 do not
think sho treated us well in tho war.
Indeed, I think that, considering
that wo woro hor daughter, sho
treated us very badly, and sympa
thized with what seemed to hor to
bo our downfallj but oven in mi
oneiny I think 1 can seo what is
worth j of admiration. Tho caro
which England has for hor citizens,
wherever they may bo located, is
marvellous and admirable. It is
worth something lo bo a citizen of
Great Britain, as much as it was in
tho olden days to bo a Roman citi
zen. Thoro comes to my mind at
this moment anil you will remember
it, that wonderful little episode in
hor history where King Theodore
seized a young man by tho name of
Campbell, without any justification
of law, and put him into tho Fort
ress of Magdala, about -1000 feet
above tho level of tho sea. Word
was sont to Great Britain that ho
was thoro without tho authority of
law, and Great Britain demanded his
release. King Theodore refused to
release him. In ItO days' time from
that refusal, 10,000 English soldiers
and Sepoys woro on board ships
which, with their white wings spread,
sailed down upon tho coast. Thoy
landed upon that coast; thoy march
ed GOO miles, through swamp and
morass, under tho burning sun. Thoy
inarched up tho mountain heights
and gave battle to King Theodore
and his forces. Thoy beat down tho
iron gates and the walls of stono,
and reached down into tho dungeon
and took that ono British citizon out
and carried him down tho mountain
side, across tho swamps and morasses
and put him on board tho white
winged ships and carried him homo
to England in safety. Applause.
It cost England twenty millions of
pounds, and mado General Napier
Lord Napier of Magdala. Was not
that a great thing for a great coun
try to do? An oyo sharp enough to
seo ono of its thirty millions of peo
ple, an arm strong enough to stretch
across tho ocean and morasses and
pluck him as a brand from tho burn
ing and carry him homo in safety.
Who would not dio for a count ry
that can do that? Jfttivkenbury, 2s.
Root Boer on draught at Benson,
Smith Si Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy
street for sale.
has lots on Liliha
After shaving use Cucumbor Skin
Tonic. Benon, Smith & Co., Agents.
White PrKTscarfs .'flor 25 cts.
during tho clearance salo at Sachs'
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Men's fine silk shirts for $1.75 re
duced from $(5.00 during the clear
ance salo at Sachs' storo.
Notice of meeting of tho members
of tho Oaliu Cuinetory Association
next Thursday is given to-day.
Abraham Fernandez has been ap
pointed trustee of tho estate of
Lj'din K. and Samuel Kamakaia.
Gentlemen's hemmed stitch white
silk handkerchiefs for 50 cts. during
the clearance salo at Sachs' storo.
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Company
discourses on gold seal hoso, leduc
tion in prices, and tho steel aormotor.
L. J. Levey will furnish all those
who intend disposing of their furni
ture with the value without trou
ble or expense,
iMechanics' Home, 5!) and 01 Hotel
stieot. Lodging 1)3 day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $L
and $1.25 a week.
Tho Criterion Saloon and appurte
nances will bo sold out under a judi
cial ordor, by ,1 nines F. Morgan, auc
tioneer, next Wednesday.
Tho furniture of L, Taubninn, cor
ner of Xuuauu and Vineyard streets,
will bo sold at auction by .James F,
Morgan at 10 o'clock .Monday,
Tho Tramways Company intend
introducing a through sorvico, every
20 nlinutes, between Nuuanu Valley
and Piinuhou, 1)3' wiy of Queon, Fort
and Borelania streets. Tho time
table for lJorotauia .street will not bo
changed. Tho new time schedule
for Xuttnuu street is advertised in
another column. Tho now arrange
ments aro to take ollVct on and after
Monday, Sept. I2lh.
The Uo3nl Hawaiian .Military
Hand, Prof. 11. He-rgor, leader, will
give a concert thin afternoon at
Emma Sipiaio commencing a -1:30
o'clock. Following is tho proginm;
Overturn The Hunt . Schneider
Comet I'ulku I.ovo'h Serenade Sackur
Selection Komi of Castillo. .llalfo
Torchlight Procession March. .Mejerbcer
(Juartet Oh, Vo Vtilloy.snnd Yu Moun
rantaxla llridal Tour fjaekiir
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A California Prizo Winnor.
California has always been noted
for its fast trotting horsi, and tho
names of many of tho "record
beators" from Governor Stanfoid's
ranch at Palo Alio aro well known
to gentlemen hero who have a fancy
for such matters. Mr. Adolph
Sproekols now writes to Hon. V. G.
Irwin that a four-year-old iilly named
"Hulda," which was raied on tho
Sproekols ranch at Aptos has won
I ho Champion Stakes at Chicago
against a field of five, iUo the SiiOOO
stake at Independence, and has got
a record of 2.M :. Sho won her races
easily and a great future is espccled
" I have been a great
Asthma. sufictcr fiom Asth
ma and severe Colds
every Winter, and' last Fall my
friends as well as my-clf thought
because of my feeble condition, and
great distress from constant cough
ing, and inability to raise ny of the
accumulated matter ftom my lungs,
that my time was close at hand.
When nearly worn out for want of
sleep and rest, a friend recommend
ed me to try thy valuable medicine,
Boschce s German
Syrup. I am con
fident it saved my
life. Almost the first
dose gave me great
relict and a gentle re
freshing sleep, such as I had not had
for weeks My cough began immedi
ately to loosen ami pass away, and
1 found myself rapidly gaining in
health and weight. I am pleased
to inform thee unsolicited that I
am in excellent health and do cer
tainly attribute it to thy Boschce's
German Syiup. C. B. Sticknby,
Pictou, Ontaiio." O
I'm ties leaving the Islands and wishing
to di-po-e of their
fan havo their value immediately without
trouble and expense of li'iuoval by apply
Lewis J". Levey,
rnm: UNDKIiSKiNKI) OIVKSNO
JL tice that he has been appointed
Trustee of all of the K-tate of I.ydi.i K.
Kamakaia and Samuel Kamakaia, her
husband, by deed of trust dated this
day. All per-ons indebted lo them
are notified to make immediate pay
ment to me.
With U. 0. ilall .v. Son.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, WM. fll!Mw
TTMiOM AND AKTi:ii THIS DATKTHK
Millinery K-.tiibliliment on 1'ort
stieet will be' under tho eliarge of Mil-.
(Inon. Mi-s Mudowan will return on
Monday, Sept. 12th.
All iieeoimts due me to be paid imme
diately to Airs, (iood, or they will be placed
in tho hands of a collcetor.
gtf Trimmed Hoods will be sold at eost
till Nov. 1st. MS-lw
Oaliii Railway & Land Co,
rpiiKitr. wii.i. in: a simcciai. mi:i:t-
X iug of the Stockholders of the Oahu
Hallway A Land Company held at the
Chamber of Commerce, in Honolulu,
On MONDAY, Sopt. 12, 1892,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.,
For the purpose of authorizing the Issue of
a new fonn of Terminal Divimon Itimils, to
take the place of niicIi Terminal Division
Unmix as have nlreadv been issued.
W. (1. AHIII.UY.
Honolulu, Kept. , 1MU. rl7-:it
AMKKTIXO OK Till: MK.MllKltK Ol"
tho O.ihu Ceinetni'V As-ociation Is
called forTHUltSDAY N'liXT, Sopt. IMh,
at l(l:,Hl) o'clock A. m., at tho Chamber of
Commerce, fur the electiun of olllcers and
Hiich other business us may be called forth
by tlm proposed leorganiatlon of the cor
poration. All owners of lots la the i "01110
tnry of an area of loo siiiaro feet aio en
titled by the terms of the charter to a vote
at all meetings of the Association. A full
attendance is desired.
1'er order. .1011 X II. I'ATY,
A Sl'KOlAl. MIJIITIXH
(ik tiii: st.
XV. Andicw's Church A
bo held ill the Cathedral Schoolioom at
7::MJ o'clock, on MUXDAY KVK.XlXd,
tho l'.'th Inst., to consider Itesolutlons 111
coildiimniitioii of the proposed Lottery
Scheme. All members of the Association
aro requested to attend and to Ining their
AMLLTlXd OK thi: STOCKIIOLD
ers of the Hawaiian Sugar Co. will
ho held XILXT Tlir.SDAY, Sept. i:ith, at
tl o'clock a. m at the olllioijf (,. Vi . Muc
furlunu&Co. w, ,.. ii0J'li:i.
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Pacific Hardwaro Co.
Whilo Mountain loo Cream Freez
ers. From one quart to 12 quart".
Tho larger sizes with lly wheel.
All attempts to supersede this
pattern have failed.
Call and get a Whitman Patent
Hiding Hit, nickel plated.
1'Aiinc llAiinwAiii: Co., Ld.
s- r-Tt-j'. -ijrv
-A. F.AJST.A.OE.A. FOR
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs,
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. .1. I.. Goodman, of Aniator, Cal.,
ays: "1 have had repeated opportunity
of olwrviiiKiuid testing the leheving and
:iiuif;iiiiiiuy oi vn un, w lien appiieii
to painful, sore and inllamed parts, aKo in
lame joints, spinins and IiiuNu. 1 am
confident that to the extent its Mife, active
and powerful healing merits are tried, it
will be considered the indispensable family
&Zf Kor the asking jou will reeeivel.i
IMj 'testimonial Letter. Head one and do
j our own thinking.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
C'OKXi:it KOIST AN'l) ICINU STItUKTS.
Armory Building, - Beretaiiia St.
Bicycle Hiding Scloo
TDa-y Sc Evening.
Ladies' & Gouts' Bicycles For Hire
ISY Till: DAY Oil 1IOU1!.
To Lot or LoaBo.
.lu nished Itooms, cen
trally located. Inijuire al
llui.i.i-.Ti.N Ollleu. ;ra-tf
Duvai, i'iti:.Mi,si:.s, :u
lleietauia xtrcct, op-
posito con street church.
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AtTheo. 11. D.ivies.V Co
COTTAGES TO LET.
-one on Meichaut
street and one on lort
street hum to i-chool hotisu.
Apnlvto W. McCAXDl.i;Sh.
HOUSE TO LET.
a xi:v a xd vr.it y tyrt.r-'-v
XV Convenient Cottage cn'lf!k-4l
to let on KI111111 street, all gffl 1 lisTiTaJL
improvements, l-'or paiti- Sii-iy22.
culars apply to X. S, SACHS?,
filWw 101 Kort sticct.
"XTKW ihhjsi: OK kivi:
1 rooms, 011 Maga.ine
stieet, with llathiooui, i.tt
cut U. (!.. etc. Commands
one of the llncst views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-lf) .1. M. VIVAS.
HOUSE TO LET.
rpiir, COMMODIOCS .'-
1. Story Dwelling on
I'linchbowl stieet. Iiutwccii
lleielanla and Killii. occu
pied by the undersigned lo whom !ijily
lor particulars. W. S. I.IK I..
rplli: HOIJSi: l.ATKI.Y
1 occupied by 11. K.
Ilehbanl oil t'litiolilmwl
stieet. with Larue Yard,
(iood Stables, etc. Kor further paiticiilars
lllllV to im.J.MJ. M. AIMilll.M ,
J liiiri sui-i'i.
Axici: coTTAiii: ox
lleietauia street, near
1'iikol stieet, containing
l'arlor, i Jledroonis, ll.uli
room. DinliiL'rooin. 1'antrv
Servant's room, Carriage Uon-u. Stable, etc
Tiaiucars pass every ai mlimtes. Apply at
olllcoof this paper. l.ia-lf
rpliiriHH.LK.TIX IS T11K LKADIXd
X Dally rupoi
cents per inontli.
Daily l'upiir of tho Kingdom, l'ifty
F79? ' I' 'vLi.,'' 5 1 Y w
KS log- clays sire past
obtaining water we suggest a
IIosic mounted on a Heel as a
r5 Depression in mercantile cireles has prompted
seller lo come in closer touch with buyer by reducing prices.
If a reduction is an inducement we're ready to be touched.
IStS "We offer you by way of relief from the annoy
ance of "short water" the everlasting Stkki, A hkmotou.
For your Kanchc, Plantation or Private Residence it has no
equal ; being noiseless it will in no way interfere with your
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu,
DC -A. lL DVL O T ZE3I
w. m mjSLmww.
104 Fort Street, Honolulu..
To Commence Monday, August 29, 1892,
Two Weeks Only !
THE ENTI1U3 STOCK WILL BF OFFKUED AT A
All Goods will be Marked in Plain Figures and
Sold f 027 OelsIx Only
Bona-fide Sale ! Sjo- Positive Bargains !
THE REDUCTION WE GUARANTEE FOR
TWO WEEKS ONLY
The Popular Millinery House.
Beef : Extracts
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
g&r GOOD FOR THE
o cari'v in stock tho following: Wull-known lirands:
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, - - - Honolulu, EC. I.
thi: Y.viti) ok
1 the undersigned, a
Calf ll or 7 mouths old,
which tho owner can i
have by jirovinc; property
aon paying uaihiiisi"..
C. L. l!YTOi:i:i!ST,
017-:it Nn. HI Si. Louis College.
rpm: CITY S1IOKIXH SHOP HAS Iti:
.1 opened and is prepared to do llr-t-class
work as foinierly.
A. It. HOWAT,
.1. W. McDonai.1i, Manager.
Honolulu, Sopt, 7, Jbli.'. MtMw
Picture Fmnifs made to onlor ram
Latest titylct 0 MouhUiw. Jltuttmi
th)i 0 Old I'M urea ajteolulty ttt Khuj
Bros,, Hotel tre$t.
tlm Legislature is still
yourself wi(h the means for
length or two of Gobi) &EAU
medium for distributing-it.
Oppo. Sprnckcls' Bank.
SICK OR THE WELL
H. Hackfeld & Co.
OKKLK KOIt SALK
Best Refined Alcohol I
For Mechanical & Medical Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
- T TIIK llTB OI" -
31.'7S Per O-allon
KlaJ IXCLUDIXa CONTAIXl'.lt. (Im
The bent thiny to send to your rieiuh
ubroud is Kimj Bros, "Illuvtruted Sou
leniroflluuuii," which i yuUm yp for
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