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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KHOM AND AFTKK FEllltUAUY 1. 189.'.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 24, 1892.
FnniAY, Sept. 23.
Stinr Junius Makee from Kauai
H VTtiitn Y, Sept. 21.
Am bktno S X Custlo, L H Hublmrd, l.rK
davs from Sun Kranoisco
Am bktno 1'liintor, Dow, V& days from
Stmr O H llishop from Waiunno and Moku-
Stmr Kuala from AVainnae and Waialua
Stmr Mokolli from Molokai
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Jtktno Tiopiu Bird for San Francisco
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stinr J'elo for Waimea-and Makawuli at
Stmr Jlokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Cargoos from Island Ports.
Stmr James "Makee 173 bags rice and 2504
Stmr WO Hall 1)2 bags codec, !)5 bags
awa, 31 bdls hides, 25 bend cattle, 1
horse, 75 pkgs sundries and 4512 bags
Stinr 51 okolii 110 sheep, 10 head cattle, 5
bales wool, 120 bdls hides, 150 bdls
goatskins and 25 bags taro.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr AV G
Hall, Sept 2J T C Wills and son, Misses
"Wills 2, Misses Marcus 2, Dr Yashida and
wife, J K Kekaula, S Aoanio, C D Miller,
F Urquliart, Miss Emma Yates, Miss M
Urnns, Miss A Gertz, Miss Lulu Meineeke,
E Ormstadt, J Kaelemakule, Jesse Jlakai
nai, C llaun, C F Short, F Haley, Mrs J W
Kuaimoku and 2 children, Miss Ellen
Waterhouse, 2 Cliinose and 72 on deck.
The departure of tho steamer l'elo has
been postponed until Monday.
The bark Albert has moved down to the
O. S. S. Co.'s dock to await sugar.
The barkentino S. Q. Wilder was moved
alongside tho steamer W. Q. Hall this
morning to receive sugar.
The barkentincs S. X. Castlo and Planter
arrived to-day from San Francisco, 15J4
and 13K days respectively, with cargoes of
The S. S. China is expected to leave San
Francisco for Yokohama and Hongkong
via Honolulu on Tuesday next, conse
quently will be duo that "day week. As
sue is expected to enter the harbor and
dock at the P. M. S. S. wharf, her arrival
will be awaited with interest.
HOK AtGranton, Lincolnshire, Em-laud
on August 10, 1892, Hannah, aged 77
years, beloved mother of Win. Cf. Koe,
of Honolulu. She was the mother of
seven sons, six of whom aro in Eng
The Hoalani and
Clubs' senior crows aro out daily for
spins in tho harbor, practising for
their coming race on Oct. 8th, at
Poarl City. Only two wooks boforo
tho championship is settled.
Tho inspectors of tho fifth dis
trict, first precinct, will meet this
ovoning at tho Tramways torminus,
Palama, from ! to 0 p.m. Tho in
spectors in tho second precinct will
moot at tho Reformatory School
from 5 to 8 o'clock.
Tho morning boilor plate alleges
to havo maflo a discovery from a
gentleman claiming to be posted
that tho prico of opium at prosont is
very low, quoting Hongkong at
$18.50 to $19 j Victoria, $1(5.G0 to
$17.25, and California $10 and $11.
Tho Bulletin quoted figures tho
other day ranging as high as $29, on
tho authority of one who actually
knows, and not ono "claiming to bo
postod." Probably our contompor
ary'B informer was tho white man
who secured a horn of opium and n
"pake" for fifty coats.
Band, Prof. H,
Borgor. leader, will
give a concert this afternoon at
limma bqunro, commencing at a:au
o'clock, Following is tho program:
Overture Tho Armourer. . LorUlng
(Ittvotto Circus Items ..Fliege
Qrand Selection Thu Purltuns . Hellini
Medloy Tho itivals. . , Pettce
Funtusia Tho lllacksmith, (new)
M arch Count Moltko, (now) . Preusse
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho band will piny at Emma
Squaro this afternoon.
Olias. L. Hopkins and C. B. Mailo
havo accepted tho nomination of
Nobles at tho coming oloction.
Inspectors of tho 1st precinct of
tho 1st district will hold n mooting
at tho Long Branch Baths this
Tho board of inspectors of tho
third district, second precinct, will
meet in tho Kapuaiwa building this
ovoning from 7 to 9 o'clock.
Ah Hong pleaded guilt' to having
opium in possession in tho Police
Court this morning and was sent
enced to pa' a lino of $50 and costs.
Thoro will bo a baseball game bo
tweon tho How Do You Liko It nine
and tho Volunteer No. 1 team on
tho League grounds at 8:30 o'clock
Tho election inspectors of tho
second district, first precinct, will
meet this ovoning at tho building at
entrance to Lower Reservoir grounds,
from 8 until 0 p.m.
Mr. J. J. Williams has olTored tho
captains of tho Myrtle and Hoalani
Boat Clubs to make a 14x17 photo,
mounted, of tho winning crow in tho
six-oared race of October 8.
Tho special car for tho uso of tho
second congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathodral will leave Pauoa at twon-t3'-two
minutes past nino on Sunday
morning until further notice.
Emporor William will outer his
yacht Meteor in tho Now York
Yacht Club's contest for tho Am
erica Cup next year. Lord Dunra von
will havo a now j'acht built for tho
"A Story of the" SouTh" Fork," by
Mr. Ralph Turner of Honolulu, was
begun in tho Sacramento Boo of
Septombor 10, and was to run two
moro issues. It is a tale of '-19 in
Mr. Holland, otlicial reporter of
tho Canadian Senate, while ashoro
from tho Monowai yesterday, visited
tho Legislature. Thoro was no
quorum when ho called, and ho had
a chat with President J. S. Walker.
Tho Bulletin issued a full account
of tho Sullivan-Corbott fight yester
day afternoon, which took tho town
by surprise, considering that the
paper mail had not boon sont up
town. Tho effort was much appio-
Ferdinand August has been placed
undor arrest on a chargo of larcony
in tho first dogreo of goods valued
at S100. August is alleged to havo
broached tho cargo of tho barkontino
Discovery. His trial has been set
Tho Kawaihau Club is requested
to assemble at the residence of J.
Ailau, Kukui street, this evening, for
tho purpose of rehearsal for the
coming charitable concert to bo
given in tho Kawaiahao Church in
about two weeks.
Kau Lau Sun was convicted in tho
Polico Court yostorday morning of
keeping a disorderly house within
two mouths past near King btreot
bridge, and was fined f0 and $3.50
costs. C. W. Ashford for defendant
noted an appeal.
His Excellency R. W. Irwin, Her
Majosty's Ministor Resident at To
kio, Japan, will bo a through passon
gor on tho S. S. China duo hero from
San Francisco, Octobor 3d. Mr.
Irwin has boon visiting tho States
for a month or so.
Tho debating club mot in tho
Maunakiokie church on Punchbowl
to discuss, "Whether tho Hawaiian
nation was going back to idolatry
or kahunaism, or not?" Tho debate
was concluded by tho chairman, who
decided that it was.
Tho Borotania streot Armory was
crowded last ovoning with ladies
and their escorts to enjoy a spin
round tho hall on tho rollers. Now
and then thoro would emanate a tit
tor among tho onlookers on tho fall
of a damsol. At 9:30 o'clock tho
rollers woro takon off and dancing
was indulged in to tho strains of a
detachment of tho Hawaiian baud.
Peoplo aro running away with tho
idea that James Corbott, by defeat
ing Sullivan, is champion of tho
world. Sullivan has novor dofeated
an English or Australian champion,
but on tho rovorso was nearly knock
ed out by Charles Mitchell and ro
fusod to moot'oither Jackson, cham
pion of the 'United Kingdom and
Australia, or F. Slavin, ox-champion,
Corbott will havo to moot Potor
Jackson before he can be recognized
as champion of tho world.
A letter from Mr. IT. H. Williams
says ho was surprised, while watch
ing tho one-act drama, "Tho Major's
Appointment," in tho Tabor Grand
opora house, Donver, Colorado, to
seo Mr. William Lowers of Honolulu
appear on tho stage as "Clerk in tho
Treasury Department," and again in
tho throe-act farco "Gloriana." Both
characters wero well carried out.
Mr, Lowors, a son of Mr. Roboit
Lowers, it will bo roinomboied made
a great hit in Honolulu as an ama
teur in "Tho Mikudo."
Saturday, Sept. 23, 1892.
Assembly convoned for prayer at
10 o'clock. Minutes of previous
meeting woro read at 10:20 and np
provedi Noble Walbridgo stated that tho
Judiciary Bill was not yet read' for
presentation to tho Assembly, al
though to-day was tho day set for
tho third roading.
On motion tho third roading of
tho bill was sot for noxtThurs'daj'.
Rop, Smith, from tho Judiciary
Committeo, roported on an item of
$1,000 for oncouragomont of coffeo
culture. TI103' say that whilo thoy
beliovo it is important that the cul
tivation of coffeo as well as certain
other agricultural products (such as
tobacco, ramie, tea and fruits) should
bo encouraged, thoy cannot recom
mend the item as set forth in tho
bill. If pecuniary aid is to bo gion
ly tho Govornmcnt to thoso objects
it should bo under a well considorod
and broader plan. Thoy rocom
mond that T. K. R. Ainalu, of Hoo
kona, Kona, Hawaii, and another
cultivator bo supplied with pulping
machines and that an item for tho
purchase of pulping machines to
carry out provisions in tho Appro
priation Bill of 1890 to encourage
coffeo culture, $500, bo insorted. Ro
port was tabled for consideration
with tho Appropriation Bill.
Rop. Ashford offorcd tho following
Resolved, that tho Sanitary Com
mittoo bo and thoy aro hereby in
structed to confer as early as prac
ticable with representative moinbors
of tho medical profession of Hono
lulu with a view to determining what
measures may bo necessary or desir
able in older to provont the intro
duction of cholera into this king
dom and to combat it in case it shall
bo here introduced. And said com
mittee aro horebj' instructed to re
port after'such conference such reso
lutions, bills or other measures look
ing to tho end sought, as thoy shall
deem to bo for our be.-it sanitary in
terests in tho promises. Adopted.
President Walker announced tho
following as a special committee to
consider tho itom of aid to privato
schools, viz.: Rops. Kamauoha,
White, Smith, Ashford and tho Min
ister of Finance.
Tho Clerk read answer of Ministor
of Interior to question of Rop. Smith
relative to authority for issuing no
tice that voters at coming olection
must pa3thoir personal taxes tooxor
ciso thoir right of franchise
Rop. Smith said that tho answer
was really no answer at all, but as
tho matter had been referred to tho
Justices of tho Supremo Court for
thoir opinion ho would not ask a
further answor from tho Ministor.
At 10:55, tho Order of tho Day was
moved and Bill 70, to regulate tho
uso of tho walor rights at Waiohinu,
district of Kau, Hawaii, canto up, in
connection witn a report oi tno
Judiciary Committee, for considera
tion. Tho Bill was tabled.
Bill 175, regulating tho hours of
labor of certain Government om
plo3roes, was, after some debate, read
a second time and then referred to a
Select Committee, consisting of
Noblo Marsden, Rops. Kanoalii,
Smith, White and Akina.
Bill 93, to define- tho duties of
Ministers of tho Crown and othor of
ficers of tho Hawaiian Govorumout
in tho purchase of manufactured
goods or articles for tho uso of tho
Hawaiian Government, came up on
Noblo Thurston was opposed to
tho Bill, he thought that it was not
embodying tho principle of tho
greatest good for tho greatest num
ber. Ponding action on tho matter tho
Assembl3 at 12:05 adjourned.
A Chicken Thiof.
It ,as roported a fow da3s ago
that three chickens awaited owner
ship at tho Police Station. Tho
chickens wero claimed 13 Andrew
Bannister, living at Palama, who sus
pecting a Ohinaiuan named Ah Ho
of being the thief had him arrested.
Ah Ho had been caught on tho pro
mises on tho night of Sept. 11, the
dtito of tho missing of tho fowls,
Ah Ho was mot tho samo night on
King street carrying a bag which on
being opened was found to contain
throe chickens. Yestenhy morning
Ah Ho was tried in the I'olice Cotut
and found giiiltj' of larceny of tho
chickens valued at &1, and was given
teu mouths on the roof at hard
labor. .1, A. Magoon for defendant
noted an appeal.
Win. O'Connor has questioned tho
right of Edward Hanlan to chal
lenge James Stausbury, as premier
sculler of America, to row for tho
championship of the world. Ho has
challenged either Haulnu or Gau
daur to decide who is to havo tho
"Put Your Spare Timo In tho Bank."
Did you ever hear of the Australian
Time Dank (LimUcd)t Xot Well,
then, you muni know about it, and
right away, too.
Mr. Anstoy describe it. Tho idea
is this. You don't use all your time
to advantage Most of it in fact
runs to wasto. You often liavo tho
time, but no chanco to invost it pro
fitably. So tho time slides out of
your possossion, just as spilled water
soaks into tho ground and is lost.
Suppose you could put 3'our usoless
timo into a bank, as you do 11101103,
and draw it out on checks as 3'ou
want it. DoyouseoT Wouldn't that
bo what tho Americans call "A big
"Bosh! Stuff! Humbug." you say.
"It is impossible If wo could do
that wo might bank timo enough to
turn us into bo3-s and girls again."
True, so wo might, but as 3011 sa3,
it can't bo done. Yet, isn't thoro n
moral in tho idea? Open your eyes
and road. The' moral is plain as the
trunk on an elephant. If you can't
get hack your waste time, then don't
waste it. '
Now, isn't a man wasting time
when ho gots ill? "Oh," you 8.13,
but ho can t help it." That's worse
nonsonso than tho Timo Bank. Yos,
he can help it, nine times out of ten.
Look for a second. Hero's a man
who goes on to talk liko this: "Thoro
was novor," ho says, "u stronger man
in England than 1 was up to Decem
ber, 1884. I am a gamekeeper, and
about this timo we had a deal of
troublo with a gang of poachors. I
had to keep watch all night long,
and was scarcoly over in bed, and
often slept in my damp rlothrs. At last
wo nabbed the poachers and landed
them in jail. Shortly after this I
was takon bad. At first I moroly
felt tired and dull. I had a bad
tasto in tho mouth with slimo covor
ing 1113 touguo and teeth. I could
eat little or nothing, and what I did
oat gave mo groat pain. I felt as if
hold in a vice; 1113 breathing was
labored and short, and I spat up a
great deal of phlegm. I had a dread
ful hacking cough, and could got no
sleep at night; for after ten minutes'
sleep I would wake up and cough
for two or threo hours at a spell.
Night aftor night 1 heard tho clock
strike over3 hour.
"Whon tho bad attacks camo on 1
felt as if I should suffocate, and had
to bo bolstored up in bed. I was
coughing and spitting up matter
and phlegm all night long. Finally
I got so weak I couldn't walk across
tho floor, and if I ventured out my
breathing was so bad that I had to
stop and rest ovor3 fow yards. Of
course I was obliged to give up my
work; and for eight months 1 did
nothing. I was under tho doctor all
this timo, and from tho first ho said
1113 case was a bad ono. After a
whilo ho said to 1113 wife, ' I'our hui
band is in, a comumjition, and will
never get better.'
"I thought it was all over with
me, and ovoiyono who saw mo
thought I would die. About this
time I read in a Liverpool paper of
a medicine called Mother Soigol's
Curative S3rup, and fancied I should
liko to tr3 it. So 1113 son, who livos
in Liverpool, got mo two bottles,
and boforo I had used up tho soconu
uuu ill) v;uiiji ix.a tin tujiu, uij
breathing was oas3r, and I could oat
anything. 1 soon got back to my
work, and havo onjo3ed good sound
health over since. When 1 began
taking tho S3rup I was so low I
don't boliovo I could havo hold out
much longer. I havo lived all n.3'
lifo in this district, and in 1113' pro
sont house forty 3'oars.
(Signed) "Thomas Bateman,
"Noar Whitchurch, Salop.
"March 23rd, 1891."
What aro wo to loam from Mr.
Batoman's experience? First, that ho
1113' conim was all gone, 1113'
had no real consumption. His cougn
and tho spitting up of matter wore
&3'inptoms of a thoroughly disorder
ed condition of tho digestive organs,
brought on by exposure, loss of rest,
nnd tho breaking up of all his regu
lar habits of lifo. This resulted from
his outlying for tho poachors and
his foolish sleeping in his damp
clothes. Acuto indigestion and dys
pepsia followed, of course, with all
tho suffering which ho details so
well. But was tho illness his fault?
Wo do not sa3 it was his fault, for
ma3bo his occupation compelled
him to take such risks, but where
there is 0110 case of this kind thoro
are a hundred in which the ovil
might havo been averted.
We conclude then that prevention
4H bettor than euro, but whou a euro
must bo sought, tho successful and
trustworthy remed3 is Mother Soi
gol's S3'rup. Mr. Batoman told John
Wilkinson this, and his account will
soon bo printed.
KIjDKKIjY 1'KltSON TO TAKl'
charge of a Household and Children;
(ierman preferred. Addrens "A. (;.," llui.
i.ini.N Otllee. KU-St
BKCOND-IIAN1) Illl.UAHD TAIII.K
x. and a fiiTond-hnnd l'lnno. Ollern
. .1.1. I1L1 Jl
I1IIIUP1 11. J,,
CARD OF THANKS.
K. l-ODKVN WI8IIKH TO l.X-
press his sincere thanks to tho ladles
and gentlemen for their sympathy durini
the sickness and atlondauce to the funeral
of his beloved wife. ftll-lt
mill KALEO." Till. 0001)8 1I1.I.ONO.
1. Ini; to 0110 Thomas Ouokea, distrained
for rent by tho undcrslKiied, is hereby post
poned until BATUJtDAY, Oetobor 1, Ihic.',
at Vi o'clock noon.
AU0U8T KI.K.jIHA OONSAIjVKH,
Uy his attorney A. O. Correa.
Honolulu, 8opt. '.'3, WJl. DSI-St-
From Melbourne, Australia,
Can bo consulted at tho Hawaiian Hotel
from U to 12 a. m. and from ! to 6 f. m,
There will bo an exciting game of
baseball between tho How Do You
Liko It and tho No. 1 Volunteer
teams this afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock.
Following aro tho positions of tho
H. 1). Y. I.. I.
No. 1 Vol.
.1. S. jcmon.
W. Ynnng . .
J. A. Thompson
. It. linker
.1. K. Xakitlun
. . . Cloud
BuBtod, By Thunder.
Tho Advoitisor says "tho National
Liberal parl3' has endorsed the can
didacy of II. Wnterhotiso and M.
P. Robinson;" which means tho Re
form part3'. Tho National Liberal
partj is no more; "it has gone where
the woodbine twineth." It was drag
ged to its grave 13' tho coinbiueo in
lluonco of imbecility and treacheiy.
"Alas poor Yorick."
For tho benefit of some smart
lawyers and a fow scribblers in our
midst, who have lnto.3 aired their
superior knowledge in regard to the
proper niajorit3 to depose a ministry,
thoy should read and re-read the
master anahysis or tho subject ly
Xanthias, in the Bulletin of Sept.
19. B3 doing so, they ina3 learn
something, and bo of some uso to
tho countr3. Chylox.
-a. ijusr.A.a:Ej.A. for
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs.
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. J. Ij. (toodnmn, of Aniator, C.il.,
says: "I havo bad repented opportunity
of'obsorviiie: and tCNtinj; the relieving and
bcaling iiinlity of Vi'i On. when applied
to painful, '-ore nnd inllnmed parts, ul-o in
lame joint-, sprains and bruises. I am
eontidenl that to tho extent, its safe, active
and powerful healing merits are tried, it
will bo considered the indispensable family
VB l"or Hie asking von will receiveJa
IW Testimonial Letter. "Head on? and do
your own thinking.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COKXKU FOllT AN'I) KINO BTKKKTS.
To Lot or Xieaso.
rpwo MOKbY KUIt
JL nlsiied Itooms, cen
trally located, lniiuiro at
DuLLKriK Otllee. ara-tf
DuvaIj i,ni;.MiHi:.s, :n
lleretauin street, op-
l'ort Htreet church.
it. i. IjIIjIjIi:,
Davit's it Co
TVTKWIIOUSi: OK FJV1
rooms, on .Mimaiiio
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. 0.. etc. Commands
ono of thu fluent view sin Honolulu. Apply
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVA8.
Ini' House, oil Ivukul
street Is to lent. It is I'ur
uished and in (,,0i condi
tion. Apply on the premises
and 8 o'clock v. m,
ANKUJ COTTAOI: ON
lleretauin street, near
1'iikoi street, containing
Parlor. '' Bedrooms. Hath-
room, Dliiiiie,ro'um, 1'itutry and Kitchen,
Servant's room, Carriage House, Stable, ete,
Tramcais pass evciy 'M minutes. Apnly at
ollleo of this paper. l.W-tf
FOR SALE or LEASE
led 'by Air. K. Sulir, will
ha fur sale or lease at rea
sonable prico or rental, Tho Onmiiils con
tain a variety of Kritit and Ornamental
Trees. The Commodious Duelling is wcll
fiirnlslied with modern Improvements ami
conveniences. Itooiny Darn and 11 Mtouin
Cottage forMiryants, l'or further particu
lars, applv to JOHN UNA,
Ollleo lnter-lslalid Stetiiu Navigation
pijAXXatiok sookkki:ij:u ih
by letter unly, to
iTLK V C0OKK.
I SW "'
53r- Agatk "Wakk
the enamel worn
g"3?- These nightly rains are helping matters consider
ably (ho reservoirs have lilled up a bit and you can get 11
bath often if you aro lucky. Likewise you may irrigate
your lawn, but not without 11 IIo.sk. You know where to
saw Blades of the
pecially selected for this trade.
of them good
Cheap enough to
HAWAIIAN IIAEDWAttE CO.,
Fort Streot, Honolulu,
Beef : Extracts
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
gjST GOOD FOR THE SICK OH THE WELL gCS
AVo carry in stock the following Well-known Bninds1:'-
Liebig'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-
109 Fort Street, -
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening
- A -
New Goods !
LATEST NOVELTIES !
3Sr-v7- Goods ! HSrerw- Goods !
i'Onoi:k DitArKiui.s- i'outu:k.:s l'lNi.Arn.K tiksui;-satti:i:ns
WJII'lT. I)Ui:SS OOODS IN CHKCKS AND STHUM.S.
jai'anksij cohdkd citi.i'i:.
Ladies', Ghildrens' and Infants' Wear
IN OUKAT VAKH'jTV at low lMMOl.S.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Ba-tliixie Suits in Cotton, and Wool
KOU LADILS, OKNTS, AND CHILDHKN.
O.A.I-.IJ .AJSro SEE OTJK, ISTEW GOODS.
Dressmaking under the Management of Hiss Clark. '
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
i The bei( thing to stud to your friend
(ibro'iif i King Jlros, "Illustrated Sou-
I venir of Hawaii," which is gotten up for
I the purpose, and in not ait advertisement,
won't blister is ono of our
it is to have a Saucepan with
CutIjKHV the handsomest you over
Purest Steel and Handles of Pearl es-
!N"o every day affairs ; every
to loan your most particular
to that sonic friend.
Oppo. Sprockols' Bank.
- - HEoiiolviliJi, EC. I.
a Large Stock of
New Goods I
S. S. " Australia." "-ft
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
Picture Frainri made to order from
latest Styles of Mouldings. Jtenom
lion of Old Pictures n ipteuUy at King
Bros., Hotel street,