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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 23, 1892.
Friday, Sept. 23.
B S Monowai, Carey, from San Francisco
Stnir W O Hull frou'i Hawaii anil Maul
FwiiAY, Sept. 23.
S S Monowni, Carey, for the Colonics
Suhr l.iliolilio, Bilrry, for Lynan Islnnd at
4 p in
Vossela Leaving To-morrow.
Stinr Polo for Wniniea and Makawell at
12 m .
Jlktne Tropic Bird for San'Francisco
From San Francisco
Sent 23 Mr anil Sirs
tier S S MonowaiR
V O Peacock urtd
child, Mrs M Peacock, Mrs O 15 Hibbard,
Mrs U .T Day, Miss K I.atnpnian, Col 'A S
Spalding, Dr J 8 Bishop, Messrs .1 F Scott,
.1 F Hackfeld, C 1. Hearlt, E K Hendry, D
S Htteosky, 10 in steerage, and 100 in tran
sit. For the Colonies, per S S Monowai, Sept
23 Mr and Mrs Chas X Steen, O Smith, P
Paul, John Bouquet, Jack Bouquet, A Bur
man, and Geo Hope and others in transit.
Tho steamer W. Q. Hall arrived this
Tho schooner l.iliolilio loft for Lysan Isl
nnd tliis afternoon at 4 o'clock with lum
ber and provisions.
Tho harkentino W. H. Dimond and tho
schooner Aloha were to leave after the S.
B. Monowai for this port.
Tho steamer Pelo arrived from Makaweli
and Waimca last night and will leave
again to-morrow with 100 tons of coal for
SMiTHIES-NOWLBIX At the St. An
drew's Priory, by tho Itov. Alex. Mack
intosh, Geo. E. Smithies and "Miss
Mnili iS'owIein, both of this city.
LOST AT SEA.
Survivors Arrive at Puna in a Boat
Nine Says Without Water.
Tho American ship W. A. Camp
boll has boon lost at sea. Tho mate
and ton men havo arrived at Puna,
Hawaii, in a boat after being 16 days
adrift. Tho news came by tho
stoamor W. G. Hall this afternoon.
Tho ship was bound from Puget
Sound for Cork. Tho mate's com
pany wero nine days without water.
A boat containing tho captain and
the rest of tho crow when last soon
was steering for Hilo.
Tho W. A. Campbell was a ship of
1318 tons, commanded by Captain
Havens. She loaded at Whatcom
with lumber. Captain Havons' wife
and fivo men are with him in his
A Bishop's Consecration.
On Sunday, Soptombor 25th, Arch
bishop Riordau will consocrato Rov.
Fathor Roport Bishop of tho Hawai
ian Islands. Tho ceremony will take
placo at 10:30 o'clock in St. Mary's
Cathedral and will bo tho first of its
character over hold in that edifice.
Bishop Scanlan of Salt Lnko City
and Bishop Mora of Los Angeles
will assist in tho ceremony of con
secration. Rov. Fathor Sasia, S. J.,
will deliver tho sormon,
Rov. Fathor Roport has for yoars
been a missionary on tho Hawaiian
Islands, and when tho lato Bishop
Horrman died ho was selected to
succood tho dead prolate. Ho is ox
poctod to arrive in this city from
Honolulu noxt Wednesday. S. F.
Tho Bishop elect, whoso titlo will
bo Bishop of Panopolis, loft for San
Francisco bytho Australia on, -Wednesday
S. S. Monowai.
Tho Union S. S. Co.'s R. M. S. S.
Monowai, 3500 tons, M, Carey, Com
mander, arrived from Sau Francisco
nt. 12 p. in. for Sydney. Sailed from
Sau Francisco on tho Kith hist, at 3
p. m. and arrivod as abovo, making
tho run in tho fast timo of (5 days 9
hours. Tho woathor throughout
was fiuo with light oastorly winds.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A lottor from Mr. W. R. Casllo will
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of II., will
moot this evening.
Diamond Hoail, 8 p. in. Wonthor,
hazy, wind frosh N. E.
Col. Z. S. Spalding returned by
the S. S. Monowai to-day.
David Dayton, Presidont of the
Board of Healthf has a notice in to
The Souquot Bros.t boar trainers,
wore passongors by tho Monowai lo
dn' for tho Colonies.
Mr. and Mrs. Steward tondor their
thanks to tho friends for thoir sympa
thy in thoir rccont affliction.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Peacock and
child and Mrs. M. Peacock returned
on tho S. S. Monowai this morning.
Judgo Bickorton is improving.
Hon. C. P. Iaukoa loft on a visit to
His Honor at "Waikano this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. N. Steon and
Oscar Smith, ontortainors, loft on
tho S. S. Monowai to-day for tho
Chas. T. Gulick, Minister of tho
Interior, gives notico to thoso who
havo not paid thoir taxes and not
All letters marked, "per barkontino
Tropic Bird," for San Francisco will
bo forwarded. Mail will close at 2
p. m. Saturday.
Young Nap, cigar dealer on King
street, intending to leave the King
dom gives notico to creditors in
The inspectors of tho fourth dis
trict, first precinct, will meet on
Monday evening at tho China En
gino houso, Maunakoa st'roet,
A Portuguese boy 8 or 9 yoars of
ago fell off tho bridge spanning tho
Hanapopo stream on Saturday last
and was drowned. Tho body was
Jack McAuliffo holds tho light
weight championship, having de
feated Bilry Moyors in 15 rounds.
George Dixon dofoatod Skolly easily
in oight rounds.
Tho right of S. Paaluhi in and to
certain lands at Palama, described
olsewhero, will be sold on October
22d, by order of tho Marshal on a
writ of execution.
Tho S. S. Monowai resumed hor
voyage to tho Colonies shortly after
noon to-day, tho band being in at
tendance much to tho delight of tho
A Chinese peddler with his peram
bulator had a narrow escape from
being run down on Nuiianu street by
No. 1 engine while it was out for tho
team's exercise tho other morning.
Tan Yuen & Co. havo boon ad
judged bankrupts on their own peti
tion, presented by Thurston & Froar,
attorneys, and Thursdaj', Soptombor
20, is appointed for proof of claims
and oloetion of assignee.
Tho whaloback steamer Chas. W.
Wotmoro wont ashore Sept. . 8, at
Coos Bay, Or.,and there is littlo
hope of her being saved. A donso
fog prevailed at tho timo, and hor
compasses wore out. Tho crew was
Tho Government bought 100,000
ounces of silver this weok at 82.1)3
cents an ounce, tho lowest price ovor
paid. At that rato tho bullion re
quisite to make a silver dollar is
worth a fraction ovor Ci cents. New
J. F. Morgan will sell tho loaso of
tho seaside rosidonco of II. R. Mac
farlano at Waikiki at his salesroom
at noon to-morrow. Thoro are sov
oral buildings on tho properly, and
tho lease has olovou yoars to run with
tho privilogo of an extension.
Joe Byrne, tho youthful mombor
of tho Boaglo schoonor party, brother-in-law
of ono of tho fugitives, is
returning to Australia on tho Mono
wai. Ho said ho had boon down
with yellow fever, but was reticent
with regard to his Boaglo friends.
Tho barkontino Tropic Bird, form
erly owned by Crawford & Co., .now
undergoing ropairs in this port, has
boon sold to J. Pinot & Co., who will
continue to run hor in tho Tahiti
lino, having secured tho mail con
tract from tho French Govornmont.
On Wednesday last tho now
smokestack of tho Makawoli mill
had attained an altitude of 110 feet.
Mrs. T. B. Walker, wife of tho con
tractor, mounted tho smokestack by
elevator and nailed a Hawaiian ilag
to tho top that day, Tho stack has
about 70 feet more to rise,
Chief Engiueor Philip Inch is de
tached from tho U. S. S. San Fran
cisco and given two months' leave of
absence. Chief Engiueor Flotohor
Nelson is detached from tho Charles
ton and ordered to tho San Fran
cisco. Assistant Surgeon Spratling
is detached from tho San Francisco
ami granted leave of absonco for ono
James J. Corbett Defeats Him
in Twenty-one Rounds,
Tho Californian Led from the Start
Prospects of a Match with Peter
The Bulletin published a telegram
yesterday purporting to havo boon
received from Sau Diego via Hilo, in
which it was stated that John L.
Sullivan had been "downed at last"
on Sopt. 7, by James Corbett. Moro
definite news has boon received by
tho S. S. Monowai confirming tho
veracitj' of tho telegram, with tho
exception, howovor, of tho nunibor
of .rounds in which it required Cor
bott to finish Sullivan. It took
Corbett, bottor known as Pompadour
Jim, twonty-ono rounds to put tho
Boston boj' to sloop, although after
tho fight ho stated that had ho
known ho had such a soft snap, as ho
calls it, ho would havo demonstrated
supremacy in oight quick and deci
sive rounds. Sullivan, tho Boston
boy, on tho ovo of tho light in Now
Orleans stood fivo foot toy inches
and a half in his shoos. Ho was in
tho pink of condition and according
to tho Eastern papers ho was a per
fect specimen of athletic manhood
amplified. His seconds wero Phil
Casoy, Jack McAuliffo, J. Lannon and
Al Johnson. Sullivan weighed in
tho neighborhood of 212 pounds.
Ho wore green trunks.
James Corbett looked tho picture
of health and his symmetrical form
and brawny muscles deeply impress
ed tho assemblage of between 7000
and 8000 persons. Corbett stood
six feet one and a half inches and
weighed 11).") pounds. Ho wore gray
trunks with the stars and strikes as
a belt. Tho following repott is
taken from our exchanges:
It was evident that Corbett was
going to play a waiting game. Ho
sprang iuto tho first round with a
nimble stop, but made no hostile
demonstration. Sullivan was the
first to lead. Tho Californian danced
awajT and ran about tho ring like a
sprintor. Ho was not taking any
chances. Smiling at the champion's
wild efforts to roach him, Corbett
pranced about amid tho hissos of tho
crowd. When tho gong sounded
Sullivan stalked to his cornor with a
contemptuous sneer on his lip. "It's
another boat race," ho said to Mc
Auliffo. Thoro was no change of tactics in
tho second round, Corbott perform
ing his sprinting tactics and cleverly
evading John L.'s terrible right
hand, ono blow of which, if landed,
would havo laid Corbett in tho sand.
In tho third round Corbett closed
in and showed wondorful science,
planting three blows on Sullivan's
stomach ono being a torrifio smash
which mado tho champion glare
savagely. Honors slightly In favor
Corbott continued his policy in
tho fourth, either jamming his loft
on Sullivan's face or running awny,
causing tho lattor to puff and blow
in his effort to plant a blow.
Tho fifth was hot and was fought
amid a crowd transformed into howl
ing demons. After a clinch, in which
thoro was no damage, Sullivan got
in his right but recovered so slowly
that Corbott landed hoavib on his
nose. Then tho champion felt an
upper out in tho chin and at tho
same second another punch in tho
uoso started a stream of blood, Six
times Corbott found his massive op
ponent's face, and tho hisses wore
changed to a wild dolirium of cheors.
Tho round was every foot of it Cor
belt's. Ho did not load but took
every advantage of Sullivan's slow
ness. Both wero very caroful whon tho
sixth opened, and Sullivan woro his
demouish look at tho scratch. Soon
Corbett lauded on (ho open nose
and again drow blood, and boforo
time was called claret was again
started by Corbett.
Corbett was far tho cleverest in
the seventh round. Ho hit often
and hard and danced away whon
Sullivan, who was looking for a
chanco to use his awful rigid, mado
a lead. Ho caught tho champion in
tho neck aud followed up with a
blow in tho paunch that sounded
like a thump on a bass drum. Then
ho jabbed tho sore nose, continuing
his hammering until ho reached tho I
champion's jaw with his right.
Eighth round- Sullivan landed on '
Corbott's head and Jim gave him tho
Biiino in return, bullivan jabbed
Corbott hard in tho neck and Cor
bett cross-oountored hard on Sulli
van's eye. Corbott thou punched
Sullivan hard in tho wind. Tho
men clinched and Corbott evaded
John's right, sending his loft in Sulli
van's stomach twice. Sullivan look
ed very tired as the gong sounded.
Ninth round Corbott's head stop
pod a vicious right-haudor. They
exchanged hot lofts. Both aro cau
tious. Sullivan jabbed Jim hard in
tho wind. Corbott retaliated hard
on tho stomach. Thoy clinched.
Corbott jabbed Sullivan with his
loft. Both landed light lofts, but
tho Californian swung heavy on
Sullivan's nook. Honors easy.
From tho ninth round on Corbott
led and surprised all with his quick
ness and scientific foot power, dotlg
iiiK in nnd out, mound and under
Sullivan's blows with alacrity.
Tho final round ended as follows:
Twenty-first round Sullivan 1 d
with his loft. Every blow was weak.
Ho was sparring for wind, Corbett
landed a loft swing on Sullivan and
nearly dazed him. Corbott rushed
Sullivan to tho ropes, knocking him
all around tho ring. Corbett knock
ed Sullivan down with a terrible
right-hand swing. Sullivan tried to
respond, but couldn't yet up. Sulli
van was counted out and Corbott
givon tho fight. Corbett came out
without n scratch, while Sullivan
was badly punished. Sullivan stayed
down four minutes amid cheors and
it was with tho greatest of difficulty
the crowd could be kept awo' from
tho youthful victor, "Gentleman
Corbett was the coolest man in
tho placo. When his friends Hocked
to congratulate him ho pushed them
away and told thorn not to got ex
cited. Thoro is some talk about Sullivan's
soiling tho fight for SoOO.OOO, but
that is all nonsense. Sullivan is not
built that way.
The Pastime Club, Portland, Ore
gon, havo offered a prizo of $25,000
for a fight botweou Corbett and
THAT MILLION SUIT.
Equity Decision in Favor of tho
Some time ago tho Waikapu Sugar
Company (represented by Col. Geo.
W. Macfarlano), brought a suit in
tho Supremo Court, claiming com
pensation and asking for an account
ing by tho Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Company (owners of the
famous Spreckolsville plantation),
for tho uso of 5,000 out of 7,000 acres
of land hold in common by tho two
companies on Maui. In a prelimi
nary skirmish for position tho
Sprockets' interest secured an order
transferring tho case to equitable
jurisdiction. Tho Hawaiian Com
mercial & Sugar Company's cross
suit in equity for a partition of tho
lands was therefore hoard by Chief
Justice Judd, who to-day filed a deci
sion, of which tho following is tho
"All the ovideuce in the ease bo
foro mo shows that tho plaintiff cor
poration received no rents or profits
from any outsido person it merely
cultivated tho land itself, making
such profit as it could by means of
its own capital and industry. And
finding that tho occupation by plain
tiff was amicable and with tho acqui
escence of tho defendant, and with
out domund of possession by defen
dant, thoro was no ouster and no
liability to account, and this view of
tho law seems to me to bo sustained
by tho woight of authority.
"A decree of partition may be
taken out, as agreed upon: no ac
count to bo ordered."
F. M. Hatch for tho plaintiff;
Thurston & Frear and C. L. Cartor
Tho amicable occupation and ac
quioscenco on tho part of his com
pany is what Col. Macfarlano en
deavored to disprove at tho hoaring.
This caso has been called tho "mil
lion dollar suit" becauso tho inter
ests in question woro estimated to bo
of that value.
Tho Hawaiian Isles.
Tho now Hawaiian ship Hawaiian
Lslos, Cap.tain Knstol, whon tho
Monowai sailed from San Francisco,
was 1(50 clays out from Swansea, for
Sau Francisco with 3000 tons coal
on hor maidon voyago. Anxiety is
felt for tho safety of tho ship, as sho
has not boon spoken on tho voyago
so far as known, and iB bolioved to
havo boon on" Capo Horn in tho
heavy weather that caused several
wrecks. Tho ship is owned in Hono
lulu and Sau Francisco.
U. S, S. Alliance Coming.
Vallojo, Sopt. 12. Tho Alliance
arrivod at tho navy yard at 1 o'clock
this afternoon, She will remain here
but a very short timo, as ordors-havo
boon received to send hor at omsu lo
Honolulu to roliovo tho Host on,
which from thoro will probably go
East. Tho ship will go alongside
tho wharf to take in coal and stores
for hor outwnid voyago. S. F. Cull.
A telephone from the Boston mijh
tho Allianco is on her way here.
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Take Good Care of the Children.
If you havo children you will bo
interested in tho experience of Air.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vermillion Co.,
111. Ho says: "Two yoars ago two
of my family, a young man and a
girl, had very sovoro and dangerous
attacks of bloody iliix. Tho doctor
horo was unable, after a wook's time,
to chock or roliovo either caso. 1
throw tho doctor overboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colio, Cho
lera and Diarrhoea Koniody. Im
provement was soon very soon and
my children nroso in a few days
from what I foarod would bo thoir
deathbed. It is a grand, good medi
cine." For sale by all doalors, Bou
6on, Smith & Co., Agou(s.
.A. F.A.lSr.A.aE.A. FOR
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs,
A Remedy Endorsed by tho Medical Profession
Mr. J. lj. Goodman, of Ainiitor, Cnl.,
says: " have had repeated opportunity
of observing and testing the relieving nnil
healing quality of Vita On. lien applied
to painful, sore and iiillamcd parts, also in
Inine joints, sprains and brumes. I nin
confident that to tho extent its safe, active
and powerful healing merits aro tried, it
will lie considered the indispensable family
tf For the asking you will reeelvejii
IMJ Testimonial Letter. Head oil" and do
your own thinking.
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posite Fort street ehureli.
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TVTl'VV HOUSF. OF FIVH
rooms, on .Matr:izinn
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one of the. Iineit views in Honolulu. Aiipl y
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ami o'eioei; r. M.
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TiameniK paa every 0 minntea. Apply at
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J. PrumifUri lately oceu
pied by -Mr. K. Hulir, will
ho for siilo or leaeu at rea-
tiouahlo price or rental, Tho (IroundH eon-
tain u variety of Iruit and Ornamental
Tree.s, The Commodious Duelling Is well
furulshed with modem IniprovementH and
convenience, Itooiuy llaru and a iMiooui
Cottage for purvunt4. For further pai licit
larn. apply to JOHN UNA,
Olllco Inter-lulaud Steam Navigation
pi IK IINDIIHSKINKD INTKNDINO
1 to leave the Kingdom on OetolierUd,
rcqiienU that all hills against him bo pre.
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Full poier of attorney will
bo given lo
my nephew, l oung Ho, to
IiuhIuohs! in my abrcuee.
Honolulu, fc'upt. U3, 1SW. fi'KVn
Prof, F. Lombard, A.M., will ro
Mtmo giving instruction in private
or in classes, Frouoli, Spanish and
Latin. Jlosidonco, Alakea stioel,
near tho Y. M. 0. A.
Our stock commends
tastes, being- selected with n
. iSr5 "Annual Clearance
Sales' and "Hargain Days" are omitted from our list of
cateh-penny thoughts. Every day is a bargain day with up,
and a display of good articles the only bait we set for the
fiuSr5 '','113 KUP!)b' f irosK ItHKi.s was exhausted a
week after we mentioned them to you ; another lot will
arrive in three weeks. To those of our customers who left
orders for Keels and failed to get them we mention this
fact and ask their indulgence until the goods arrive.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu,
ARE CONVENIENT FOR
gST GOOD FOK THE SICK OK THE WELL &3
AVe carry in stock the
Liebiy'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,
Masquera Beef Meal,
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109 Port Street, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
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view to pleasing a class of
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following Well-known Brands
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