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TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
Wednesday, Sept: 14.
Stnir W a Hull from Maui and Hawaii
Tuesday, Sept. 13.
Btmr C II llishop for Waianao, Waialua,
Kahuku and runaluu
Stnir Jliknlmla for Kauai, at 5 p m
Btmr Claudine for Maui at 5 p m
Schr Ka Moi for I'aauilo at 4 p m
Schr Millo Morris for Koolau
Schr Knwnihmi for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
S S Australia, Houdlotto, for San Fran
cisco, at noon
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Btmr V G Halt 1834 hags sugar, 37 bags
codec, 13'J bags awa, 10 bides, 30 bead
cattlo and 1 horse.
For Molokai, per stnir Mokolii, Sept 12
Oliver Stillnian, K Lililchua, S K Kupilfca,
Mrs W Hnidv, Miss O Lucas, Mrs 1) Mc-
Corriston, O V K Dovo, Mrs U I Punku,
mid 15 others.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall. Sent 14 Chief Justice and Mrs Judd.
Hons J Kauhano, J N Kapaliu, H 1' liald-
win and W A "Whiting,
rctcr ijcc, who ana
fnniilv. H Ttnlilwin. Ilnmitv
eral C'lias Creicliton. Q V 0 Jones, J Mon
sarrat, A Uurman, A 0 Lovekin, Mr Hel
wig, M Bowers, w II Lojiti!, Mrs J Keka
ula and child, Miss Kekaula, Mrs G Pat
ten, 8 K Kano, V C Aclii, Mrs l'uehcana,
Max Kekardt, Master Lino, J Kaluna, 11
Balentine, J C Long, M Kobinson, II
Dickey. K B Friel, Mrs Jas Cockott, H It H
Pooiuaikclani, J McGuiro and wife, Mrs
Kdwards and til deck.
Vessels in Port.
.8 8 Australia, Houdletto, from San Fran
cisco. U S Cruiser Boston, Vilt&c, from Banta
Am bk Albert, Vinding, from Ban Fran
cisco. Gor bk P Isenborg, Kruso, from Ban Fran
cisco. Br bk Kooringa, Young, from Newcastle.
Am bk Ceylon from Ban Francisco
Am bktno B G Wilder from Ban Francisco
Bktne Tropic Bird from Tahiti
Brig V G Irwin, McCulioch, from San
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S Alameda, Morse, from tho Colonies,
duo Bept 22.
S S Monowai, Carey, from San Francisco,
due Bent 23.
HIMB Illei, Mori, from Japan
Ger bk J
C Glade, from Liverpool, Aug.
Haw bk Helen
Brewer, from Glasgow,
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Am schr Mary Dodgo, from Eureka, Sopt. 3.
jvm sen uieuuaic, irom r.iirciui, aui
Br bk It P Ilithet, from Cardifl, Bep
UK. ureta, irom .Newcastle, is a v.
Ger bk H Ilackfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
' The S. B. Australia will leave for Ban
Francisco to-morrow at noon.
The schooner Transit left San FrancUco
on August 31st for Pugot Bound,
Tho steamer Kaala Ih on the Marine
ltallway undergoing cleaning.
A fishing whaleboat containing about
ten natives left this afternoon for Molokai.
Tho steamer Claudine will take addition
al machinery for the Spreckelsvllle Plan
tation, Maui, this evening.
The steamer Y. Q. Hall arrived this
morning from windward ports and reports
tho usual rough passage, also dry and warm
weather on Kona, Nothing of interest oc
curred during the trip.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. II. Borgor, loader, will
give a concort this evening at tho
Hawaiian Hotel commencing at 7:30
o'clock. Following is tho program:
March Delllla Lchnhardt
Overture Poet and Pt-usuut . , Bunpe
Cavatina The Pirate Bellini
Selection Martha Flotow
Hooheuo. Pun Alunl. Nu'a o ka Palai.
Selection Tho Grand Duchess OHVuhaeh
Fantasia Nightingale and Frogs
Waltz-1001 Nights Strauss
Gulop-Good iho Zikotr
LOOlL AND GENERAL NEWS.
The Logislaturo will convono to
Potor Loo, manngor of the Volcano
House, is in town.
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Weather
cloudy; wind light oast.
Only ono caso of drunkenness ap
peared on tho Police Court calendar
A dray containing about twenty
bags of fertilizers broke down on
Fort streot this morning.
lions. H. P. Baldwin, J. Kauhano,
and J. N. Kapahu returned on tho
W. G. Hall this morning.
Chief Justieo Judd and wifo, and
Doputy Attorney-General Croighton
returned by tho steamor W. G. Hall
Tho band will give a concert at tho
Hawaiian Hotel this ovouing for tho
benefit of intending passengers by
tho S. S. Australia.
H. R. H. Princess Poomaikolani
arrived on tho steamor "W. G. Hall
from Kailua, Hawaii, her country
residence, this morning.
Mr. W. H. Rickard of Honokaa is
going to run on tho island of Oahu
for tho unoxpirod term as Noble of
His Excellency Paul Noumann.
Tho trial of Jamos W. McGuiro
for tho larceny of $150 in coin, the
proporty of Unst Sohwabach, has
boon postponed until Thursda' noxt.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Lowis and daugh
ter, parents and sister of Lowis
Bros., intond leaving on tho S.
S. Alameda on tho 22d inst. for tho
Tho Government omployeos are
wishing to goodness tho Logislaturo
would only got to work and pass tho
Appropriation Bill so that they can
got some "monish.y
Tho rogistor lottor mail and par
cols post by tho S. S. Australia will
close to-morrow at 10 o'clock, and
tho ordinary lottor and paper mail
will close at 11 o'clock.
Tho Criterion Saloon will besold to
morrow at noon by ordor of F. Wun
donborg, commissioner appointed by
Chief Justice Judd in a suit for dis
solution of partnership.
Thoro will.bo public skating Mon
day and Saturday evenings at tho
cycling school, and Pridaj- evening
will bo reserved for ladies and thoir
escorts. On other ovonings bicycling
lessons will bo given.
A party of young society people
wont out to Waikiki last evening,
returning on tho last car. Tho out
ing was a farowoll to Misses Blanche
and Kato Cornwoll, who leave on
the Australia to-morrow.
Tho following subject will bo tho
cause for debate on Friday evening
in the Maunakiokie Church, near tho
Queen's Hospital, by native mem
bers: Is it right that ministers
should speak on political questions
A Chinaman stated the other day
that owing to tho quantity of opium
in tho city, tho price has fallon con
siderably, and now thoro's nothing
in it. A white man secured a pack
ago of opium and a pake for fifty
conts tho other day.
Superintendent W. G. Ashley, of
tho O. R. & L. Co., is trying to
arrange a match between tho Hea
lanis and Myrtles to take placo at
Poarl City Peninsula on Soptembor
21th. Tho company will offer a cup
to tho winning crow.
That pioco of Government land
situate on tho southeast sido of Nuu-
anu streot, abovo tho second bridge,
and below Judd street, containing
an area of 28-100 of an acre moro or
loss, will bo publicly sold at tho
front entrance of Aliiolani Halo to
morrow at noon, by ordor of tho
Minister of Interior. Tho upset
prico is $500.
She Caught a "Mermaid."
Nowburg, N. Y., August 11, 1892.
Miss Alice Cutler, daughter of Geo.
W. Cutler, of Rhinecliff, while, fish
ing for black bass in tho Hudson
Rivor, near that placo, caught a
It was about a foot long and was
a small "mormaid," the head and
nock being counterparts of those of
a woman. They wore jot black, with
light blue oyos and red lips, while
tho head was covered with a thick
growth of black woolly hair.
Miss Cutler was so horrified that
she would have fallon into tho rivor
had she not been caught by a com
panion. Tho "mormaid" has boon
placed on exhibition,
Something New in Rangos.
The Pacific Hardware Co., (L'd.),
have just received an invoice of tho
M. & D. Wrought Steee. Ramies
which aro superior to anything of
tho kind yot invontod. Thoy have
boon adopted by tho United States
Navy and aro in uso on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
othor now vossols. Also on several
of tho now vossols lately built for
tho trado between San Francibco
and this port.
An examination of theso Ranges
will at onco show thoir many advan
tages over all competitors,
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
Soptembor Term Hold at Wolohinu,
Court oponed Soptembor 8, 1892,
at 9 a. in., Chiof Justice Judd pro
siding, Circuit Judgo Lyman, associ
ate. Charles Croighton, Doputy
Attornoy-Gonomi for tho Crown;
Messrs. D. II. Hitchcock, O. T. Ship
man, S. K. Kane and W. 0. Achi,
attorneys present. E. G. Hitch
cook, ShorilT of Hawaii, also present.
Goo. W. McDougal sworn as Ha
CRIMINAL CASES HAWAIIAN.
Rcginn vs. Kauanui (k), violating
Sec. H, Chap. !5 Penal Code. Appeal
from Police Justieo N. Kona. Mo
tion to continue to Novoinbor term
because of illness of two prosecuting
witnesses. Physician's certificates
filed. V. C Achi for defendant.
Rcginn vs. Naiheauhau (k) and
Keau (k), receiving stolen goods.
Appeal from Police Justieo, N. Kona.
Same motion. Certificates filed. W.
C. Achi for defendants.
Regina vs. Kamakn Pupulo (k),
murder. Commitment from Polico
'Justice, S. Kona. Indict mout for
manslaughter presented. Plea not
guilty, and Court orders verdict of
Regina vs. Isaac Kiho, stealing
cattlo. Appeal from Polico Justieo,
N. Kona. Motion to discharge on
Constitutional ground denied. After
four hours' deliberation tho jury ro
turnod a verdict of guilty, threo dis
senting, bentoncou to two yoars
at hard labor and costs. W. C.
Achi for defendant.
Regina vs. laukea (k), violating
Sec. 3, Chap. 35, Penal Code. Ac
cessory boforo tho fact. Appeal
from Polico Justice, Waiohinu, Kau.
Plea in bar filed and sustainod, and
defendant discharged. D. H. Hitch
cock and O. T. Shipman for defend
ant. Regina vs. Kaunui (k), violating
Sec. 3, Chap. 35. Accessory boforo
tho fact. Appeal from Polico Jus
tice, Waiohinu, Kau. Plea in bar
filed, sustained and defendant dis
charged. D. H. Hitchcock and O.
T. Shipman for dofondant.
Regina vs. Nohoa (w), vagrancy.
Appeal from Polico Justice, Waio
hinu. Nolle pros'd.
CRIMINAL CASES FOREIGN.
Regina vs. Frank Gorard, selling
spirituous liquor without a license
Appeal from Polico Justice, Waio
hinu, Kau. D. H. Hitchcock and O.
T. Shipman for dofondant.
Regina vs. Tamasaki (Jap), selling
opium. Appeal from Polico Justice,
Waiohinu, Kau. Cash bail of $200
Regina vs. Linn Kim (Chinaman),
soiling spirituous liquor without a
license. Appeal from Polico Justice,
Waiohinu, Kau. Nolle pros'd. D.
H. Hitchcock and O. T. Shipman
Rogina vs. Ani (Chinaman), opium
in possession. Appeal from Police
Justice, N. Kona. Appeal with
drawn. Fine paid.
Regina vs. Takamoto (Jap), soiling
liquor without license Appeal
from Polico Justice, Waiohinu, Kau.
Appeal withdrawn. D. H. Hitch
cock and S. K. Kano for defendant.
CIVIL CASUS HAWAIIAN.
Kapahu (w) et al vs. Mole Kahiwa
hiwa. Ejectment. Dofondant files
disclaimer to 3 of land. Costs divid
ed. S. K. Kano for plaintiffs.
W. K. Moi vs. Keawopuliho, tro
ver. Appeal from Polico Justice,
Waiohinu, Kau. Appeal withdrawn.
CIVIL CASi:.S MIXED.
E. A. Kaaua vs. Samuel Norris,
assumpsit. Defendant's appeal from
Polico Justice, Waiohinu, Kau.
Dofondant consents to $35 and costs,
judgment. Hitchcock and Shipman
for plaintiff; Achi for dofondant.
James K. Kekaula vs. Samuel Nor
ris, trover. Plaintiff's appeal from
Polico Justice, Waiohinu, Kau'.
Judgment for plaintiff for ?30 and
costs. Hitchcock nnd Shipman for
plaintiff; Achi for dofondant.
James Robinson vs. Muronio An
tonio, assumpsit. Defendant's ap
peal from Polico Justice, N. Kona.
Appeal dismissed. No nppoaraneo
of or for dofondant .
TO I1ANCO, HONOLULU.
Simcona vs. Pahukula ot al, Plain
tiff claims $100 damages from de
fendants for piuking his coffee. Ap
peal on point of law from Austin, J.,
N. Kona. Achi for plaintiff; Na
wahi for defendants.
Haalou (w) vs. losia (k), libol for
divorce. Divorce granted on ground
of desertion, Achi for plaintiff.
Saved a Woman's Iiito.
Mr. J. E. Thoroughgood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says:
"Two tcnspoonfuls of Chainborlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy saved tho life of .Mrs. Jane
Thomas, of this placo." IIo also
states that sovoral othor very bad
cases of bowel complaint thoro have
boon cured by this remedy. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co,, Agents.
Alleged Fraud in tho Convoyanco of
a Pioco of Land.
Judgo Dole has filed a decision in
equity in Aono vs. C. K. Kapulo and
C. Afong. Aono and Kapulo aro
brothors and tenants in common of
cortnin land. Tho plaintiff is a help
loss paralytic, who is taken caro of
by his son Kaahanui, living with
him. Kapulo, tho bill of complaint
nllogod, suggested that tho proporty
bo convoyed to Kaahanui. Aono
and wifo consenting, thoy executed
a deed, it is declared, fraudulently
prepared by Kapulo convoying the
proporty to Kapulo for tho con
sideration of ono dollar and affec
tion. It is furlhor alleged that a
few da's aftor tho execution of tho
deed Kapulo mortgaged tho pro
mises with other land to Mr. Afong,
who seeks now to forccloso tho
mortgago and whoso notice of fore
closure first apprised plaintiff of tho
roal character of tho deed.
Tho bill claims that plaintiff's con
tinued possession of tho land after
tho execution of tho deed was notico
to the defendant Afong suJliciont to
put him upon his enquiry, and prays
that tho dofondant Kapulo bo order
ed to reimburse to plaintiff tho title
and interest acquired by him
through said deed, that tho defend
ant Afong bo restrained from selling
tho land and bo compelled to con
voy to plaintiff all interest acquired
through tho mortgage, and for gen
eral relief. Tho bill was signed by
Aonos wile, JNauaiuma, and sworn
to as "made for and on behalf of her
Tho dofondant Kapulo demurred
to tho bill for tho non-joinder of Ka
ahanui, son of tho plaintiff, as an in
terested party and on general
grounds. Tho dofondant Afong do
murrod to tho bill for that it does
not purport to bo signed by tho
plaintiff nor by niryono on his bo
half, that it is not verified under
oath, that it does not pray for pro
cess against Afong, and that tho al
leged occupation by plaintiff was not
sufficient to havo put Afong on his
His Honor over-rules tho domur
ror of Afong upon all tho grounds
mentioned. The demurrer for non
joinder of Kaahanui is allowed, un
der tho cited principle, that, "Per
sons whoso intorosts aro in issuo and
would bo affected by tho decreo
must bo made parties to a bill in
equity." W. R. Castle for plaintiff;
W. C. Achi for C. K. Kapulo, do
A. Magoou for C. Afong,
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
streot for sale.
Aftor shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Atrents.
A now timo tablo of Wildor's
Steamship Company appears in this
Sunburn relieved at onto by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Morgan's auction room has an in
timation of value to people wishing
to sell anything for cash.
Members of Geo. W. Do Long
Post aro askod to attend n mooting
for business of great importance
Mechanics' Homo, P9 and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging ly day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
nnd $1.25 a week.
Tho loaso of tho seaside residence
of H. R. Mncfarlnno at Waikiki, with
six years to run, will bo sold at auc
tion by Jamos P. Morgan on Satur
day, Soptembor 21.
Dr. McLonnnn has removed to Ala-
koa streot, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lntely occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Office hours, 9 to 12, 2 to -1,
and evenings 6 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 197 ; Mutual KS2.
Tho Tramways Company intond
introducing a through sorvico, every
20 minutes, between Nuunnu Valloy
and Punahou, by way of Queen, Fort
and Borotania streets. Tho timo
tablo for Borotania street will not be
changed. The new timo schedule
for Nuunnu street is advortised in
another column. Tho now arrange
ments are to take effect on and after
Monday, Sept. 12th.
Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
This ovening a concort will bo
given iu tho Hotel grounds, when a
last chanco will bo given to tho
doparting visitors to hear our charm
ing band. Tho Hotel grounds will
bo illuminated, and light refresh
ments served on the verandas and in
tho grounds, Tho old pavilion is
being renovated and will afford a
pleasant retreat for gentlemen on
band ovonings. It is oxpoctod to J)o
ready for tho noxt band evening.
Tho managemont announces that a
reduction has been made in tho
terms for monthly board, and it is
boliovod that tho exceptionally good
cooking which characterizes tho
Hotel dining room cannot fail to
recoivo generous patronage,
.A. FA.3ST-A.OEA. FOR
Lame Joints and
Gold on the Lungs,
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. .1. L. Goodman, of Aiimtor, Oal.,
says: "I havo had repeated importunity
of ob-crving and testing the relieving anil
healing quality of Vit On, when applied
to painful, soro and inflamed parts, Ko in
liuno joints, sprains and bnile. I am
coulldeut that to the extent its afo, active
and powerful healing merits are tried, it
will lie considered tho indispensable family
For the askini; you will reccive'a
lf0 Testimonial Letter. Head on" nnd do
your own thinking.
Hotoron, Newman & Co.
COltNKK l'OliT AND KING STltKlVl'S.
Better than the Lottery Scheme!
We will liguio against any man iu
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE !
In fact if von wish to "-ell anvthing for
OABIl nt Top Prices eall'iit
MORGAN'S AUCTION ROOM.
AT A bl'l.ClAL Mr.LTlNd ov THK
Stockholders of the Oahu l'ailway it
Land Company held this day, the follow
ing Resolution" was adopted:"
n'hcrrai, the name of the Oahu l'ailway
ifc Land Co. has been used in connection
with a Letter Scheme without authority,
J'ciulirtl, tlint public notico be given by
the President that this Company is not
connected with said schcmcaud lupudiates
such uo of its inline.
.I0IIN II. IWTY,
I'lesidtnt O. it. A- L. Co.
Honolulu, Sopt. 12, lb!)-'. .V.'0-lw
Armory Building, - Beretanla St.
ID ay Sc Evening.
Ladies' & Gents' Bicycles For Hire
11Y TIIK DAY Oil HOUlt.
l'uhllc Skating: Monday ami Saturday
evenings, from 7:.'!0 to 10. Friday evening
for Ladies and their I.-curtM only." Hlc.udo
Iessons: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day. Bicycle Repairing Solicited.
To Lot or Loaso.
X nished lioonis, cen
trally located. Inquire at
DUVAL IMULMIHHS, 111
lleretauia ntreut, oi
liosito Kort street church.
Apply to It. I. LILLIK
,Vt Theo. 11. Da vies iV Co.
COTTAGES TO LET.
WO C0TTAOKS TO
Let one on Merchant
street and ono on Kort
Htreet next to school house.
Apply to W. McOAXDIjKbS.
HOUSE TO LET.
ANI.W AND Vl.UY
to let on Kinau street, all
imiirovcmcuts. For niirti-
ciiliira iiimlv to N. 8. SjU'IIH,
(iliMw I"1 I'""!"! street.
housi: of fivi:
rooms, on .Maganno
street, with llathroom. pat
ent . U.. etc. ComiiiaudH
one of the finest vieunln Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
rpili: HOUSK LATLLY
J occupied by II. F.
llebhard on l'linchbinvl
street, with Lame Yard.
(Jood Stables, eto. For further paiiiculuri
apply to i)ii. j.nu. is. .Mdiui.w,
filH-lw Hotel street.
ASIOK COTTAOFj OX
lleretauia street, near
l'iikoi street, containing
Parlor, l! lledroomu, llath
room, DIuIiigroom, I'm i try and Kitchen,
Servaut'd room, Carriage House, Stable, eto.
Tramcars pass every i!0 minutes. Apply at
,,f 1I,,U .tilttltl J tK.1 I
Bicycle Riding Schoo
fig irivYi rail
1 y-z "" -
4 V"fki "V"
days aro past
Josr5 Having provided
ohlaining water we suggest a
IIosk mounted on a "Reel as a
jJCS Depression in mercantile eireles has prompted
seller to come in eloser touch with buyer by reducing prices.
If a reduction is an inducement we're ready to be touched.
JK5?5' We offer you by way of relief from the annoy
ance of "short water" the everlasting StkiUj Akumotok.
For your Eanehe, Plantation or Private Residence it lias no
equal ;-being noiseless it will in no way interfere with your
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Streot, Honolulu,
Beef : Extracts
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
VS- GOOD FOR THE SICK OR THE WELL &g
We carry in stock the following "Well-known Brands :
Liebig's Extract of Meat,
Armour's Extract of Beef,
Farke Davis & Go.'s Beef Jelly,
Wyeth & Bros' Beef Juice,
Valentine's Meat Juice,
Johnston's Fluid Beef,
Mosquera Beef Meal,
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street., - - - HCon.ol-u.liJi, EC. I.
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening a Large Stock of
New Goods !
LATEST NOVELTIES I
Kir Just Received per
I'arlics leaving the Islands and wishing
to dispoi) of their
Can have their value immediately without
tumble and expense of removal by apply
Lewis J. Levey,
I'h'tnrt Frames made to order from
Latent Styles of Mouhtiwjs. llenoia
lion of Old Pictures a specialty at King
Bros., Hotel street.
hut tho Legislature is still
yourself with the means for
length or two of Gold Si:al
medium for distributing it.
Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
New Goods !
S. S. " Australia." WA
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
OITKU FOIl SAL!'.-
Best Refined Alcohol!
For Mechanical & Medical Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
AT TUB 1ITK Or"
$1,75 For Gallon
I'.HJ INCLUDING ('ONTAINF.IL lin
The best thiny to send to your friends
abroad is A'l'iif Jlros, "Illustrated Sou
venir of Hawaii," which isyotlen up for
the purpose, and is not an advertisement,
4 t 9 ii.(J
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