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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 20, 1892.
Tuesday, Sept. 20.
'Sohr Liholiho, Berry, from Lysan Island
Tuesday, Sept. 20.
Am brig W G Irwin, MeCulIoch, for San
Stmr Knala for Wnianao and Mokulcia at
10 a in
Stmr Clnudlnc for Maui at 5 ji m
Stmr Miknhaln for Kauai, at 5 p m
Stmr Kinau for Maui anil Hawaii at 2 p m
Vessels leaving To-morrow.
Qor bk P Isenborg, Kruso, for San Fran
cisco. Stmr 0 It Bishop for Lahaina anil Hama
kua, at 10 a m
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Sopt 20 Mrs Ahina, Mrs Like, Miss H
Hapai, Miss M Powers, W D Schmidt, A T
Atkinson, A Horner, V Y Horner, Mrs
Spencer, V A Bowen, E F Bishop. Mrs T
H Hughes and child; F Vida, A Wilder,
Mrs Kapahu, Miss Kapahu and about 00
For San Francisco, per lirigtno W G
Irwin, Sept 20 Mr and Mrs Hamilton
Johnson and G A ltitchio.
Vessels in Port.
TJ S Cruiser Boston, 'Wiltse, from Santa
j urns -Am
bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cisco. Am bktno S G Wilder from San Francisco
Bktne Tropic Bird from Tahiti
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S Alameda, Moree, from tho Colonies,
due Sept 22.
S S Monowai, Carey, from San Francisco,
duo Sopt 23.
II I M 8 Hiei, Mori, fiom Japan.
Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, Aug.
Haw bk Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
Aug. 15. ,
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Am schr Mary Dodge, from Eureka, Sept. 3.
Am seh Glendale, from Eureka, Aug. 10.
Br bk It 1' ltithet, from Cardiff, Sept. 1.
Bk Greta, from Newcastle, N S W.
Ger bk H Hackfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
Tho schooner Liholiho is docked at tho
P. M. 6. S. wharf.
The bark Paul T&enberg is at Wilder's
wharf and the 8. G. Wilder at the Fort
Tho steamer C. It. Bishop will leave to
morrow for Lahaina nnd ports along the
An old hulk which has been lying near
the Fislunarket for Mime time past, bus
boon purchased by Chinamen and is being
used as firewood.
Ono of tho novelties of tho city front is a
Japanese fishing boat owned by three lads
of the Mikado's Kingdom. They llsh, eat
andsleopon the littio cruft, which is not
much larger than an ordinary shore boat.
The brigantino W. G. Irwin, MeCulIoch,
master, sailed shortly after noon to-day
with tho following cargo of rico valued at
22,762: 095 bags, Sing ChongitOo: 470
bags. M. Phillips & Co; 3000 bags, M.S.
Griubaum it Co; 1000 bags, Hymanllros;
and 180 bxs molasses, J. II. Bruns. She
also carried among her cargo lb pumps and
12 fittings, Ilisdon Iron Works.
Ono of the horses in tho spirited
chestnut team of tho Tramways
Company narrowly oscapod boing
run over by a long car yostorday
evening. Tho car was coming from
tho Eiflo Rango and at tho junction
of Alapai and King stroots tho off
horso slipped on tho rail and rolled
a few feet, tho other maintaining its
foot. Luckily tho driver had tho
brake hard down, as it was on a
down grado, and tho car stopped
just in timo to avoid crushing tho
animal. Tho oloctrio sparks that
flew from tho rail shone liko myriads
of diamonds. As it was tho horso
was liiully cut above tho right eyo,
but was othorwiso unhurt. There
wore two passongors in tho car at
the timo, and it was a caution to seo
ono of them, a woman, run oxcitodly
from tho scene.
Booked to Leave.
Tho following passongors aro
bookod to loavo on tho S. S, Alameda
duo to-morrow evening from tho
Colonies for San Francisco:
Mrs Mott Smith and
daughters, Mrs J
8 Mnltmun, Mr and Mrs
I' Lewis and
daughter, Mrs T 0 Williams
II B Williams, T 0 Wills, II 1' Baldwin, vf
H iCeltner and wife, O L Wight, Sara L
King, Arthur Kuudsen, Eric Kuudsen, Mrs
A Cornwell, Miss Adelu Widdllield, James
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hoad, 8 p. in. Wonlhor
cloarj wind, frosh onst.
Tho brignntino W G, Irwin car
ried a small mail for San Francisco
Hon. L. A. Thurston is booked to
loavo on tho next trip of tho Austra
lia, Octobor 12th.
E. F. Bishop loft on tho stoainor
Kinau for Hilo, to roiurti on tho
snino trip of that boat.
Tho Chiof Justice is iminorsod in
tho consideration of tho million
dollar suit for judgment.
J. Sherwood, of tho Long Ii ranch
Baths, Waikiki, is all upsot in his
effort to train a couple of now Japs.
A. T. Atkinson, Inspector-General
of Schools, loft on tho Kinau this
afternoon on his periodical inspec
Tho trial ot J. W. McGuiro occu
pied tho greater part of tho day in
tho Polico Court. Tho case is still
on as wo go to press.
Chiof Justico tho Hon. A. F. J udd
visited tho U. S. cruiser Boston at 11
o'clock this morning, receiving tho
usual saluto on leaving.
Mr. and Mrs. L.. Hulburt, who
loft for tho Volcano a few weoks ago,
intend returning on tho noxt trip of
tho Kinau by wajr of Hilo.
Tho ontiro furnituro and effects of
tho Industrial Homo on King street
will bo sold at auction to-morrow at
10 o'clock by Jas. F. Morgan.
Alick St. Martin Mackintosh, on a
vacation visit to his parents, I?ov.
and Mrs. A. Mackintosh, will return
to resume his studies on tho Coast
Hons. W. Y. Horner and Alboit
Hornor wore passongors on tho
steamer Kinau this afternoon, tho
former for Maui and tho latter for
Tho S. S. Alameda will bo hero
from tho Colonies before dusk to
morrow evening. This is "suro pop,"
as Captain Morso always likes his
evening in Honolulu.
Mr. H. Waterhonso and Mr. M.
P. Robinson, it is reported, will bo
tho Reform candidates for Nobles to
fill tho unexpired terms of Hons. P.
Neumann and E. C. Macfarlano.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Johnson
and Mr. Chas. A. Ritchie loft on tho
brig W. G. Irwin at noon to-day for
San Francisco. Their many friends
wish them success whorovor they go.
A deputation of ladies waited on
Her Majesty tho Quoon this morn
ing and presented her with a memo
rial with 320 names praying her to
withhold her signature from tho
Lottery Bill iu the event of its pass
ing tho Legislature.
Miss Margaret Power, of tho senior
class of Kawaiahao Seminary, was
given a send-off on tho stoamor Ki
nau this afternoon by her school
mates. Miss Power goes to take a
position in tho Makapala English
school, Kohala, as assistant to Miss
Hopkins. Tho girls gave as a part
ing song, "Auwo, aloha ino oo."
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
An inspectors' notico for tho fifth
district, first precinct, appears in this
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumbor Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Tho election inspectors of the 3d
district, 2d precinct, announce their
meetings for correcting tho olectoral
Mr, Cecil Brown announces him
solf as an independent candidate for
the Noblo soat vacated by Hon. Paul
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and CI Hotel
stroot. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a weok.
An auction sale of dry goods, tai
lor goods and othor merchandise
will bo hold at Morgan's salesrooms
on Thursday at 10 o'clock.
Pleasure sookors individuals, par
ties or societies will find something
of importance under tho heading,
"Hotol Park Annox," in this issue.
Prof, F. Lombard
. ,aj., irui 111.
A 11 ...ill
sumo giving instruction in privnto
or in classes, Fronoh, Spanish and
Latin Residence, Alakea street,
near tho Y. M. 0. A.
Tho International Liberal party
announce tho nomination of Mossrs.
Henry Watorhouso and M. P. Robin
son for Noblos, Tho saino gontlo
men nro published as independent
Dr. MoLonnan has romovod to Aln
koa stroot, opposito thu Y. M, O. A.
hall, promises latoly occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollieo hours, 0 to 12, 2 to 1,
nnd ovonlngs 0 to 7 ; Suiulnys 10 to 1.
Boll tolophouo 197 ; Mutual 682.
Tuesday, Sept. 20, 1892.
Assembly convened at 10 o'clock
for prayor by Chaplain Waianiau,
Piosident AValker iu tho chair. Tho
minutes of tho previous mooting
wore road by Clork McCarthy and
Interpreter Wilcox and after a slight,
correction were npptoved.
Noblo Williams from tho Commit
too on Printing reported a report of
Opium Commit too No. 2 ready and
printed. Ordered to bo distributed.
Rop. Bush stated that tho report
of Opium Committee No. 2 now
ready and printed had in connection
wit h it considerable prima facio ovi
donco (tho speaker hero placed on
his desk a package containing fifty,
moro or less, tins of opium) which
had boon captured by him without
any great oxponso and at a timo
when both tho customs and police
woro supposed to bo on tho watch.
If tho schooner which had lately
boon roported as wrecked, had not
gone ashoro. at Lanai, wo would
probably have boon enabled to pro
sont 5000 moro tins. Somo of the"
oihun hero presented is Californian
and was landed at Waianao. A re
port rolativo to tho Ewa affair is
nearly ready and will bo presonted
Tho opium was forwarded to and
placed iu charge of tho Clork of tho
Assembly, but ho quickly turned it
over to tho Financo Department.
President Walker announced as
tho special committoo to investigate
tho alleged "spiriting away" of No
blo Kanoa on tho 15th inst. tho fol
lowing members, viz.: Rops. Kano
alii and Edmonds, and Nobles Wil
liams, Walbridgo and Andorsou.
Noblo W. Y. Horner and Rops. A.
Homer and Kaluna asked for and
obtained loavo of absence.
Tho President announced changes
in tho Standing Committees as fol
lows: Noblo Walbridgo on Financo
vico Macfarlano mado Minister, and
Noblo J. M. Hornor Chairman For
oigli Affairs vico Macfarlano mado
Noblo Baldwin under suspension
of tho rules presented a leport from
tho Finance Committoo on Section
12 of Bill No. 115. entitled "an Act
relating to Internal Taxes," and to
tho offoct that tho committee aro not
in favor of taxing life insurance pre
miums. Tabled for consideration
Hop. Kapahu under suspension of
tho rules presented a petition from
residents of Kona, Oahu, tho praj'ors
therein being untranslatable by the
interpreter, and petition was refer
red to Committee on Miscellaneous
Rop. Nawahi road a petition from
ono Ahlo that ho bo paid for labor
and material used in tho construc
tion of a rosorvoir in Nuuanu Val
loy. To Water Works Committee.
Noblo Williams presented and
road a petition from St. Androw's
Church Association containing a
resolution of that socioty to tho
effect that they "make respectful
petition to tho Legislative Assembly
that it will declino to pass any bill
whioliTwould legalize tho establish
ment or maintenance of lottories in
this Kingdom wo believing that tho
oxistonco hero of a lottery system
would bo terribly injurious to tho
welfare moral, social, and economic,
of tho peoples of various races who
constitute this Hawaiian commu
nity." Tabled "for consideration with
tho Lottory Bill.
Rop. Aid, a petition from residents
of Honolulu that tho House pass tho
Unfinished business boing moved
tho Assembly took up tho consider
ation of Bill 121, boing an Act to
amend Article 55 of tho Constitution
and to tho offoct that tho Nobles and
Representatives shall receive for
their services a compensation to bo
determined by law and paid out of
tho Public Treasury provided that
such compensation shall not oxcood
tho sum of eight dollars por diom
nor bo drawn for moro than sixty
days in any biennial poriod.
Discussion was onteied into for
and against tho measure and lasted
until 11:58 at which hour, ponding
action on tho bill recess was had
until hlSOp. in.
Kulolo, Something Good.
Six cups Tnro Flour, 4 cups cocoa
nut milk, 1 tablospoonfuls sugar,
grate lino tho moat of 2 cocoanuts
and mix all together woll, put in a
doop dish woll buttered and bake
1 hour in a moderate oven; eaton
warm or cold it is excollont and can
not bo beat.
Mr. Lander's Kecommondation.
Mr, J, A. Landor, a proininont
citizou of Clnrkblmrtf, Mo., and
widoly known in that State, says of
Chainborlain's Colic. Cholora and
Diarrlaua Iloinody; "I havo soon its
,'ood rosults ana can roconnnond
it." For halo by all doalors. Bonson,
Smith & Co., Ab'onts.
THE BAB HEMOVED.
Soundings to Determine Results
Dredging tho Channel.
Mr. H. W. Mcintosh, Superinten
dent of Public Works, inspected tho
newly dredged entrance to Hono
lulu harbor to-day. For this pur
poso ho employed tho Government
tug Elcu. Tho tug was fitted with
tho apparatus previously described
in tho BuuxriN, tho essential feature
of which is a latoral bar, depending
thirl j feet beneath the steamer
athwart tho lino of tho keel. This
device dotecls any protuberance on
tho bottom less than thirty feet
below tho surface. Superintendent
Mcintosh was assisted in his investi
gation bj' a leadsman of tho U. S. S.
Boston under tho direction of Navi
gating Lioutonant Moore. Captain
Wiltso of tho Boston offered ovory
assistance iu tho operation, and a
cuttor from that ship was placed at
tho sorvico of tho surveying part'.
Mr. Mcintosh was seen by a
Bulletin reporter and gave tho facts
herewith presonted. Ho was ngreo
ably surprised with the results of
tho survey, which was ouly a pre
liminary ono. It was not supposed
by him that tho wofk was so far ad
vanced as found to bo tho caso. Tho
tug steamed all over tho channel
whore tho hydraulic dredge has been
excavating for tho past three or four
months. It was found, with ono
slight exception, that tho bar had
boon completely removed to a depth
of thirty feet and more. Tho con
tract called for a width of 200 foot,
but tho tug covered a width iu places
of 215 feet. In tho middle of tho
channel tho exception noted was de
tected, a dopth of only 29 feet boing
found, but tho noxt cast of tho lead
showed a depth of 32 feel. Tho
soundings woro 30 to 32 foot right
along with tho ono exception.
Mr. Mcintosh has mon at work
now, under direction of Mr. F. S.
Dodgo of tho Government Survey,
staking aiid buoying tho dooponed
.channel. When this work is com
pleted a final survey will bo mado
prior to certification of tho comple
tion of tho contract. As tho U. S.
S. Boston intends to mako a survey
for report to her own Government.
it is expected that lior oflicors will
act in conjunction with our Bureau
of Public Works. Tho grand fact
may in tho meantime "be recorded
that tho outrauco to Honolulu har
bor is now deep enough to admit
vessels of tho largest draught which
over visit these wators.
From Lysan Island.
Tho sehoonor Liholiho, in com
mand of Captain H. "Berry, arrived
at 11 o'clock this morning from
Lysan Island, having mado tho
round trip in Vdh days. Tho Liho
liho loft Lysan Island on Saturday,
September 10th. Tho run down was
accomplished in seven days. Tho
bark Mary S. Ames had arrived at
tho island, took in a cargo of guano
and loft again tho latter part of
August, boforo tho Liholiho arrived.
Governor Freoth and his colony of
guano-pickers woro all woll and hard
at it. Tho, schooner brought away
from tho island threo Japanese, a
white man and a Chinaman, leaving
on tho island about twenty laborers.
Her cargo consists of between 95
and 100 tons of guano consigned to
tho Pacific Phosphate & Fertilizer
Co., H. Hackfold & Co., agents.
Tho Aquatic Championship.
Thoro was a roport current that
tho Hoalanis had flung another chal
lenge at tho Myrtlos for a race to
take place at Pearl City, throe weoks
from last Saturday, for a silvor cup
valued at ,?T0 and tho championship.
Captain W. II. C. Groig of tho Hea
lanis was soon this afternoon and
stated that tho roport was true, but
that ho had not received an answer
as yet. Thoro is no doubt that tho
raco will bo satisfactorily arranged
to tako place on Octobor 8th, ns
several of tho Myrtle boys havo
signified their assent to tho dato and
conditions namod. Tho race will
thoroforo como off at -1 o'clock on
that aftornoon. Now show "owai
ka host," tho rod or tho blue.
A Firo Suggestion. '
Tho combination lino drill between
Engines 1, 1 and 5 on laBt Saturday
proves that salt wator can bo distri
buted to any part of tho city to put
out fires. It is now in order for the
Chiof Engineor to call his foremen
together and mako arrangements
whoro engines and other apparatus
are to bo placed in caso of fire and
provont unnecessary delay in getting
to work. Householder.
rpHK ANNUAL JllIUTING OV THK
JL Stockholder! of thu MutualTulonhonu
Uo. will ho hold on WKDNKSDAY, Hopt.
'Aith, nt 10 o'clock a. m., u tho Coiutuuy'n
UnildiiiK. 0, O, JlKliaUlt,
rpilK ANNUAL MUKTINQ OV THK
JL Stockholders of tho II Uo Bugar Co.
will bti held ut tho olliio of Win, U. Irwin
.t Oo., (L'd), on .MONDAY, Bunt. HMli, at
10 o'clock a. m.
V. M. GlFl-WIU),
Oil-'-'t Secretary H, S. Co.
J PA3STAOEA FOR
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs,
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. J. I
Goodman, of Amator, Ciil.,
'I havo had repented opportunity
of ub-crviiii! and tcuiin: the relievinir
ng and testing the relieving nnd
healing quality of Vita On, when applied
to painful, vore nnd inllamed parts, alo in
lame joints, sprains und hruNos. I am
confident that to the extent its safe, active
nnd powerful healing merits aro trled.il
will be I'onsideied tliu indispensable familj
MP Kor the asking von will reeeiveln
450 Testimonial Letter. Iteiul on- and do
your own thinking.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COltXKl! KOllT AN'I) KING BTKHBTS.
Armory Building, - Beretania St.
Day Ss Evening.
Ladies' & Gouts' Bicyclos For Hire
iiy Tin: day on noun.
I'ublii' Skating: Monday nnd Sntunlny
cvGiihius, from 7:30 to 10. rriilay evening
for Lsjiiies nnd their i:curts only. Uiej ele
lxsons: Tue-ilny, Wednesday and Thurs
day. Bicycle Repairing Solicited.
a si'KciAb innmxu ok thh
Stockholders of tliu Oalm lSuihwiv A
hand Company held this day, tho follow
ing llesoliition was adopted:
Vhcrcni, the name of the Oahu ltailway
,t Land Co. has been used in connection,
with u Lottery Scheme without authority,
Utmhctl, that public notico he given by
tho President that this Company is lio't
connected with suiil --uheiiioaiid lopudiatcs
such use of its name.
.JOHN II. PA TV,
Piesidunt O. It. fc I.. Co.
Honolulu, Sept. 1L lb!)-'. 5'20-lw
L. KONG- FEE,
Fort htrcet, next to Olnb Stables,
19"" Lately Cutter and Malinger of Ooo
Kim it Co. Guarantees Clood Kit and Iten
Kinablo Price", Patronage solicited.
E. J. MORG-AN,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
84 Borctania St. Bell Tolo. 280
NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT.
II. SHOHi:V ami All TON, of Ilium,
.Maul, having this ilny niiulo an ahslgiununt
of all thoir nniMTty to tho undertilgnoil for
tho honollt of till thoir credltorx, notico ih
hereby given to nil imrtlea having claims
against rmid II. Bhoboy and Ah Ton to
iiu'scnt tlit'iu within sdxty dayo, othorvine
they will ho barred forovor. All parties
owing said II. Shobuy and Ah Ton must
mako immediate! payment to
KItANK B. AUKKUACH, liana,
liana, Sent. 2, 1M Assignee.
rpilK UNDKItBlGNKl) HIJKIJHY
JL glvorf notico that all dehtH con
tracted after this dato by either Lydia
K. Ivainakaiu or Bam Kamakala, her
husband, will not bo nald without hh
written ordor, nnd ictiuosts that all ac
counts agaiiiKt thorn ho presented to
him promptly at tho end of each
Tnibteo of tho IMato of I.ydla K.
Kamakala and H. Kamakala,
Honolulu, Bopt. II, lb!).'. KfiMw
Al'OKTUGUJJSH 0001C, MIDI)IK
Aged Jinn, wishes n situation as
took. Good loforeiu-od given. Apply at
2HOHSK J'OWKK Ul'JtIOHT HAXTKK
Kngliui and Holler, in good working
order. For particulars or terms apply to tho
The best ih'um to send to your friend
abroad is Kiny liroa, 'Illustrated Sou
venir of JIdwaii," which isijotten np for
the purpose, and h not an advertisement.
kycle Riding School.
ftciir Our stock commends itself to people with refined
tastes, being' selected with a view to pleasing1 a class of
buyers who recognise good values.
and a display of good articles
arrive in three weeks.
orders for Heels and failed to
fact and ask their
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu,
Beef : Extracts
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
ijar good for the sick on the well acs
Wo carry in stock the following Well-known Brands:
Liebicj's Extract of Meat,
Armour's Extract of Beef,
Parke 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, - - - KCoriol-ului, HL I.
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening
New Goods !
LATEST NOVELTIES !
fi2r Just Received per
I'arties leaving (he Inlands and wishing
to dispose of their
Can havo thoir yahm Immediately without
trouble and ex penvu of removal by apply
Ije-wis J. Levey,
Picture Frames made to order from
Uitest Styles of Mouldinys, Jlenom
lion of Old Pictures a specialty at Kiny
liros,, Hotel street.
Sales," "Marked Down
are omitted from our list of
day is a bargain day with ur,
the only bait we set for the
supply of IIosk Iviciu.s was exhausted a
mentioned them to you ; another lot will
To those of our customers who left
thorn we mention this
until the goods arrive.
Oppo. Sprcckols' Bank.
a Large Stock of
S. S. " Australia." "in
New Goods !
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
Election of Ofllcora.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A T THK ADJOUHNKl) ANNUAL
x. Meeting of the Btockholders of tho
Walohluu Agricultiial ,t Grazing Oo. held
this day, tho following OlUccrs wcro elected
for the ensuing year;
President .. Hon. V. O, Irwin,
Vice-President. .Mr. J. M, Moiigarrnt,
.t . .Hon, O. V, Iankea,
Auditor .. . Hon. W, M.Glirurd.
(1. Irwin. J. M. MonsMirrat. 0. V.
laukea, J, Kaubano, J, 1), Paris.
O, 1'. IAUKKA,
Secretary Y. A. Jt G. CM.
Honolulu, Aug. 'JI, lhirJ. MW-lm
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