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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FllOM AND AFTEll OCTODEH 1, 1802.
l.cavo Honolulu, ,0:lf
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Arrlvo Honolulu .8:H5
Arrive Pearl Oify
Leave Peart Olty..O:M
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IE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, OCT. 3, 1892.
Sunday, Oct. 2.
Stnir Chmdine from Maui
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Stmr l'elo from Mukawcli
'-' Monday, Oct. 3.
Selir Kuhinianu from Kona
Solir Moiwnhinc from Koholnlcle
USB Boston, AV.iltsc, from a cruise
' J Monday, Oct. 3.
Stmr .Tanie Makeo for Ilanalei anil Huna-
mnulu ut 4 p m
Stmr O H Bishop for Luhuina and Ilamn-
kua, at 10 a m
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolnu
Strut Waimanalo for Molokni and Maui
. Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Kaala for Wainnao and Mokuleia at
10 a m
Stmr Gluudine for Maui at 5 p m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai, at 5 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports
Stmr Claudlne 50 head cattle, 2 horses
nags taro, 30 bags potatoes anil OS pkgs
Stmr Mikahala 378S bags sugar, 218 bags
rice, 30 bags pia, 32 hdls hides, 2 hon-es,
1 cow and calf, 10 boxes fowls and 90
For l'ort Townsend, per bktno Planter,
Oct 1 J YV Hamilton, wife and child, II 13
French, wife and child.
From Kauai per stmr Mikahala, Oct 2
Hon Q N Wilcox, J Oandall, H H Stewart,
W Abbey, Jr, J A Huckley, Jas Kdwards,
wife and 3 children, Miss Lydia Haalico,
J E Cunningham, A Thoel, Master Gan
doll, W Mufier, Thos Lillic, W Uorlowitz,
Ako, Chun Wui, Ah Chock, Tim Chu and
From Maui and Hawaii por stmr Clan
dine; Oct. 2 A Horner, W K Wall, O K
Blacow, M I-ouisson, C Bolte, Ilev Father
Theo l.auter, .1 J Dminmoiid, Jtiss Ward,
Miss Wodehouse, Hon V H Coruwell, J 0
Carter, Jr, Mrs II H Pleninicr, Mrs J Ka
ae, W 11 Uent, E H llailev, Mrs Campbell,
Mrs T J King, F M Hatch, J 8 Lowrv, His
Ex Paul Neumann,- C H Eldredge, W W
Hall, Chas Denvar, M Harvey, John Ilich
ardson, Q C Jackins and 51 deoK.
Tho steamer Pelo arrived yesterday
morning from Kauai with 2281 bags paddy.
The l'elo commenced loading this after
noon with coal, expecting to leavo on Wed
nesday. Wilder's S, S. Claudlne arrived yesterday
morning from Maul and Hawaii. Had line
weather and very dry throughout the trip.
Left Kawuihiio at 12 Friday night, up to
that time nothing had been heard of the
missing' boat's crew of ship W. A. Camp
bell. Sighted U. S. S. Cruiser Boston in
Hawaii channel steering eastward. Schr.
Anna will leave Kaliulul early in tho week
for San Francisco in ballast.
PICKAKD In Honolulu, Sept. 30th, to
the wife of J. V, I'ickard, a son.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borger, loader, will
givo a concert this ovoning at
Emma Square, commoncing at 7:30
o'clock. Following is tho program:
Overture Promilda and Constanzo. . .
B Clarinet SoloLuisa Miller llcrgson
Cornet Solo Tho First Kiss . Neumann
, - William Aylctt,
Saxophone Solo (Jueon I.illuokalanl
Olwi Nimi. Hole Waiinea. I.ihl Kai o
K (ilarinet Solo Scotch Airs. Ackcriuuu
Baritone Solo Belllsarlo Donizetti
Piccolo Solo-The Huminlng Bird .
Solos for all Instruments A Comical
Musical Contest (lodfrcy
, ' Hawaii 1'onol.
Among thu incidents of childhood
that stand out in hold ruliuf, ns our
memory reverts to tho days when wo
woro young, 110110 aro moro promi
nent than govoro sickness, Tho
young mothor vividly romunibors
that it was Chamberlain's Cough
ltaiiiedy ourod hor of croup, and in
turn administers it to hor own oif
sming and always with tho best re
sults. For salo by all doalors. Hon
son, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mass meoting to-night.
To-morrov is election drty.
Go to tho Borotania Stroot Armory
The Koloa, Kauai, mill has started
in grinding again.
The S. S. Australia will bo duo
from the Coast on Wednesday morn
ing. A largo number of eligible noblo
voters paid their taxes to-day, and
will consequently vote to-morrow.
Tlio Woman's Board of Missions
will moot to-morrow afternoon at
2:30 o'clock at Central Union Church.
Thu concert at Emma Squnro this
evening will bo a novolty, the pro
gram containing all solos by diffor
Mr. Henry Smith gives an import
ant notico to Inspectors of Election,
reporting answers of the Attornoy
Gonoral to questions submitted.
The S. S. China has not been
signaled as tho Bulletin goes to
press. She will probably bo along
bright and early to-morrow morning,
If you wish annexation vote for
Watorhouso and Robinson. If you
want stable government vote for
Mailo and Hopkins. TruoIIawaiians.
Samuel Mahuka, tho famous first
basoman and all round player of tho
Kamohamoha, statod tho other da'
that ho has retired from the field
Not a singlo case of drunkonnoss
has appeared on tho Polico Court
calendar for tho past two or three
days. Tho cause of tomporanco is
Two follows, Manuel Perry and
Ah You, have boon arrested on two
separate charges of. housebreaking,
and their trial has been appointed
for Wednesday morning.
The Daughters of Robokah Lodgo
will givo a social and danco at Har
mony hall on tho ovoning of the Gth
inst. Tickots can bo had from tho
members at fifty cents.
Tho king stroot cars will run quar
ter hourly to-morrow botweon ltiflo
Range, Pawaa, and Palama, com
moncing at 7:03 a. m., at Rifle Range
finishing at 5:17 from Palama.
Thoro aro thirty-six doaths record
ed for the month of Soptombor from
different causes. Tho highest woro
livo deaths from consumption and
five from old ago, tho next being
throe from fovor.
A Chinaman was seen to-da' par
ading tho principal streets carrying
a (placard on a polo on which was
written, "Vote against tho Adver
tiser Boodlors! Vote against Thurs
ton's Chicago Racket!"
Tho baseball game between tho
How Do You Like It and Hit Hor
Again did not materialize on Satur
day, owing to tho damp condition of
tho grounds. Tho game will bo
played to-morrow afternoon.
Tho concert to bo given on Satur
day next in tho Kawaiahao Church
will be an ovout not to bo missed for
anything. A perusal of tho names
of tho local stars who will appear
will satisfy anyone as to its murit.
Botweon 0 and 11 o'clock this
ovoning three stars in succession will
bo "occulted" by tho moon, re-appearing
after a period on tho other
side of that luminary. Watched
with a common opera glass or spy
glass, it will bo an interesting sight.
J. Frodonburg and W. Jackson
woro arrested on Saturday for tr'
ing to settle differences on tho pub
lic road with royal dukes. They
failed to appear to answer to a
charge of affraj' in tho Polico Court
this morning, and forfeited S10 bail
Tho Temple of Fashion, at tho
corner of Hotel and Fort streots,
promised an excitement to-day in
tho waj' of disposing of goods for a
more song. Mr. S. Ehrlich fulfilled
tho prediction and tho Temple was
crowded from early morning to late
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hamilton and
child, and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. French
and child, who havo boon visiting
Honolulu lor some months past, loft
on tho barkentine Planter for Port
Townsond on Saturday. During
thoir visit thoy havo made 1113113'
friends who were at the wharf to bid
By advertisement in another co
lumn it will bo soon that a Grand
Mass Meoting will bo hold ut the
Armory Building, Borotania stroot,
this evening to endorse tho nomina
tion of G. B. Mailo and 0. L. Hop
kins for tho unoxpirod terms for No
bles at tho Special Election to bo
A young nativo named Pnahala
was" arrostod on Saturday at tho in
stigation of Mrs. McDougall, charg
ing him with tho thoft of a silver
watch, valued at $f. In tho Polico
Court this morning Puahala pleaded
guilty of larceny in tho fourth de
gree and was sentenced to iniprison
mout at hard labor for four months
and pay $1 costs.
A close shave from what might
havo boon a largo blaze occurred in
Ka Mailo store shortly af tor 7 o'clock
Saturday night. A lady was sotting
a table when tho lamp ignited a
largo fan hanging over it. Tho lady
pulled down tho fan and throw it
out in tho yard. Had it not been
for hor prompt action the coiling
would havo caught and a big blaze
boon tho result.
Heavy rains fell on Kauai on
Thursday and Saturday of last week.
A cloud Inirst in the mountains and
tho mouth of tho Waimoa rivor was
ovortlowed, the stream rising about
twenty foot, flowing oven as far as
tho door of Mr. Hofgaard's store.
Hanalei was also gratified with heavy
showers of rain. Considering that
districts on Kauai havo been suffer
ing with drought, tho heavy showers
woro a godsend, and tho garden islo
will bloom aguin.
CHUKOII ORGAN BENEFIT.
Hawaiian Opera House Crowded
An Excellent Entertainment.
Not only tho fixed seats, but rows
of loose chairs extending to tho
walls, woro filled in tho Opera Ilotisn
Saturday evening, for tho entertain
ment in bohnlf of tho organ fund of
tho now Central Union Church. An
overture played in good stylo by tho
Hawaiian Band, under the direction
of Prof. Bergor, opened the amuse
ment. Tho Misses Young sang "O
Swallow, Happy Swallow," by
Kucken, in a delightful manner.
Mrs. Wiclunan played tho accom
paniment. Mr. II. S. Williams, a
newly arrived visitor, gave, as a bari
tone solo, Cowon's "It was a Dream,"
with much acceptance. Being en
cored he gave Mat tie's "Hearest
Thou." Miss Dale played the piano
Miss Bertha R. Young, who had
appeared in tho duot niontioned be
fore, now came forward as a soloist.
Hor selection was "The Flower Girl,"
13 Bovigani a very sweet pieoo, and
the singer did it good justice, nor
music was perfect, and her enunci
ation faultless. The cadenza was
given 111 the purest tones, and tho
singer took high B at tho finish with
a clear, full ring. ,Miss Young was
accompanied on tho piano by Mrs.
Wichman. Miss Dale and Mr. H. S.
Williams gave a duot, "When 1 know
that thou art near me," by Abt, and
thoir singing was a groat treat. Tho
audience applauded long and loud.
Tho accompaniment was by Miss
After a niedloy of airs by tho
band, which woro exquisitely played.
Miss Dale sailg, "Heaven hatli shed
a tear," by Kucken. Mr. Georgo 11.
Paris played a iluto obligato in good
stj'lo. Miss Dalo was constrained
by tho importunity of the audience
to respond to an encore. She selec
ted the serenade, "Good night, good
night, beloved," giving it a lino ren
dering. Tho second part of tho entertain
ment was Hon. Jos. Marsdou's illus
trated lecture, "What I saw in
India." Although repeated from a
crowded house a few weeks ago, tho
lqcturo hold everybody's attention
and olicitcd frequent applause. Mr.
C. Hedomann and Dr. Wood worked
the lantern, and the viows woro es
pecially well put on tho canvas.
Whilo tho Residency at Lucknow,
with its Hag-polo in sight,. was on
tho screen Mr. Goo. C. Pottor gavo a
lino recitation of Tennyson's pooin
on the memorable siege. After tho
lecturo proper sovoral Scottish and
Hawaiian scones, introducing splon
did surf and cloud effects, woro pre
sented. FRUITLESS SEARCH.
Return of the U. S. S. Boston from
a Quest of tho Missing Boat.
Tho U. S. Cruiser Boston arrived
back in port at 3:30 o'clock this af
ternoon, after a fruitless cruise of
four daj's, in search of tho missing
boat, containing tho Captain, wife,
child and twelve seamen of tho
American ship Win, A. Campbell.
Tho Boston loft tho' harbor on
Thursday afternoon at. 3:25 o'clock,
and arrived at Hilo, Hawaii, tho fol
lowing (Friday) morning. Tho
male's crow was mot in good health
and interviewed. Wont to soa again
tho saino day and cruised round
tho island for two days, but could
seo nothing of tho missing
boat. Finally, yoslorday afternoon
Captain Wiltso decided that all
efforts to find tho missing peoplo
would bo futile, and turned tho
Boston's nose toward Honolulu, ar
riving as boforomontioned.
Tho mate and crow of tho rescued
boat woro brought to Honolulu on
tho cruiser and aro all in good
health. Thoir names woro publish
A Hard Caso Sent to Wintor Quar
ters. Tho October term of tho Supremo
Court was opened at. 10 o'clock to
day by Chief Justice Judd, tho usual
assembly of lawyers being present.
Tho trial of a man named Hoopii,
charged with entering and stealing
a pistol, watch and othor arliclos
from tho rosidonco of Mr. Spalding,
came up. Tho facts of tho caso wore
reported in tho 13ui.u:ti.v at the time
of tho arrest some fow weeks ago.
Hoopii was found guilty by a jury
of his own countrymen, although ho
made a strong appeal in his own de
fense. Hoopii will bo sentenced to
imprisonment. Ho has boon thoro
boforo many a time, and Oahu Jail
has become to him a proverbial
Thoro will bo no session to-morrow,
but tho Hawaiian jurors will bo
required at t):!10 o'clock Wednesday
A .Good Tmng to Koop at Hand.
From the Troy (Knnsiis) C'liirf,
Some years ago wo woro very much
subject to severe spells of oholora
morbus; and now when wo fool any
of tho symptoms that usually pro
ceed that ailment, such as sickness
at tho stomach, diarrhea, utc, wo
become scary. Wo have found Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy tho very thing to
straighten one out in such cases, and
always keep it about. "Wo aro not
writing this for a pay testimonial,
but to let our readers know what is
a good thing to hoop handy in tho
houso. For sale by all dealers,
ttonson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
A little boy of Mrs. McDonald's,
living near lioro, fell against a rod
hot stovo and was fearfully burned.
Tho pain was terrible, and it was
thought tho bum was so severe as to
scar tho child for life. 1 sold tho
lady a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Halm, which, after greasing tho soie,
she applied, i soon removed all
tho lire and eased tho pain, and in
ten days tho boy was well, no trace
of tho scar remaining. .1. D. .Mc
Laron, Keysport, Clinton county, III.
For Halo by all doalors. Houson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
There is a gentle
Dyspopsla. man at Malden-on-
the-Hudson, N. Y.,
named Captain A. G. Parcis, who
has written us a letter in which it
is evident that lie has made up his
mimd concerning some things, and
this Is what he says:
" I have used your preparation
called August Flower in my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly in my house, and we consider
it the best remedy for Indigestion,
and Constipation we
Indigestion, have ever used or
known. My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at
times suffers very much after eating.
The August Flower, however, re
lieves the difficulty. My wife fre
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
and I think you had
better get another bottle.' I am also
troubled with Indigestion, and when
ever I am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two, and all trouble is removed." O
-A.11 7:30 O'CLOOK,
New Armory, Berctanm St.
TOUATIFY AND ENDORSE THE
G. B. MAILE
- AND -
G. L HOPKINS
For Nobles at tho Coming Kloution.
Speakers will Address
PER OHDKH OK COMMITTEE.
To Lot or Loaso.
nished Kooms. cen
trally located. Inquire at
1JUM.KTIN Ulllee. 3S3-U
DUVAL PREMISES, 31
Dcretttiiia street, op
posite Fort street church.
Annlv to It. I. LH.LIE.
:te-.'-tf At Theo. It. Davies A: Co.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent v. C. etc. Commands
one of the finest viows in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
tania street, near
Pllkoi street, containing
Parlor. '1 licdrooms. Uath-
room, Diningrooiu, Pantry and Kitchen,
Servant's room, Uarnagu ilouse, rjtauic.etc.
TrnuicniH pass every '.!() minutes. Apply at
lll.... ,.f .!.! ,.- . ir!j.
uiiiu ui .1113 ii.rui.
FOR SALE or LEASE
L Promises latelv occu
pied hy Mr. E. Httlir, will
ho for salo or lease at reu-
honahlu price or rental, Tho Grounds con
tain a variety of Fruit and Ornamental
Trees. Tho Commodious Dwelling is well
furnished with modern Improvements and
conveniences. Hoomy ltaru and a L'-ltoom
Cottago for servants. For further particu
lars, applv to JOHN ENA,
Ollico Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Has removed to Dr. Footo's promises and
ollico, corner of Punchbowl and llere-
tanla streets, during his absence.
cww Hniius- (From!) to 11:30 a. M.i
Oihlk llotms. j., t) r( nll 7 (o g ,. Mi
LOST OR MISLAID
C-lEKTIFIUATE NO. II!) FOI1 TWENTY
J Khares Mutual Telephone Stock,
standing in the naiiio of (leorge (J. Heck
lev. Transfer has been stopped. Finder
will please return to
fttiWw Or to Wilder .t Co.
LOST OR MISLAID
"1KKT1KI0AT1; NO. IS I F0K TWENTY
J Shares Mutual Telephone Stock,
Mumllng in the name of (', H. Judd.
irausier lias ueeii siuppcci, r inner iu
pleaso return to
F. M. BWANZY,
At the ollico of T. H. Davies .t Co.
"WE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of Iho Koliala buiiar Co.
will be held at the ollico of Custlu .V
Cooke, on TIIUH8DAY, Oct. 'JO, IM).', at
10 o'clock a. M.
J. Jl, ATHEUTON,
The bent Ihlny to xenil to your frh'mh
abroad h Kiny liros. "Illustrated Sou
venir 0 Hawaii," which is yallen up for
the purpose, and is not an advertisement,
.A. F-A.3Sr-A.OEA. If 023.
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs,
A Remedy Endorsed by tho Medical Profession
Mr. J. I,. Odoilinan, of Atmitor, Citl.,
snyi: "1 linvo had repeated oiiportunitv
of olixervinuand testing the relieving anil
healing quality of Vita On, when applied
to painful, sore and iullamcd parts, aNo In
lame joints, sprains and hruies. I am
conlident that to the extent its safe, active
and powerful healing merit are tried.it
will he considered the indispensahle family
83 For the asking you will receivel.i
15U Testimonial Letter. Head oii'j and do
your own thinking.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COUNKi: TOUT AND KINO STKKKTS.
FOR Till: ISLAND OF OAHU.
For Unexpired Six Year Term, mnilo va
cant hy the resignation of His Ex
cellency Paul Neumann.
Candidate for Noble.
NOMINATED BY THE
National Reform, Liberal & Sons of Hawaii
For the Island of O.1I111, Unexpiied Six
Year Term mado vacant hy the re
signation of Ills Excellency
CHAS. L. HOPKINS
Candidate for Noble.
NOMINATED 11Y THE
National Reform. Liberal & Sons of Hawaii
For the Island of Oahu, Unexpired Four
Year Ttirui, nindu vucnnt by the re- -.
signation of His Excellency ,
iv. (J. Jiacianano.
NOMINEES for NOBLES
IrSI-AND OF OAHU.
Hon, Henry Waterliouse
For the Unexpired Six Year Term, vice
Paul Neumann, resigned,
Hon. Mark P, Robinson
For tho Unexpired Four Year Term,
vice E, O. Maefarlauc, resigned,
FOR, . 3STOBTiES,
ISLAND OF OAHl .
HON. HENRY WATERHOUSE
(ho Unexpired Siv Year Term,
Puul Neumann, lesigued.
HON, MARK P, ROBINSON
For tliu Unexpired Four Year Term, vice-
E, C. Macfarluiiu, resigned,
THAT BEATS ME !
FOR S-AJLiE BIT THE
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroot, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
Beef : Extracts
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
fM" GOOD FOB THE SICK OH THE WELL j3
"We cany in stock the following "Well-known Brands:
Liebig'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,
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening
New Goods !
irSiT' Just Received per
USTe-w Goods !
PONGEE DltAPEItlES POIlTlEltES PINEAPPLE TISSUE-RATTEENS
-WHITE DltESS GOODS IN CHECKS AND STU1PES.
JAPANESE COISDED CUEPE.
Ladies', Cliildrens1 and Infants' Wear
IN GJtEAT VARIETY AT LOW PltlCEf.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Ba, tiling Sviits in Ootton and. Wool
FOR LADIES, GENTS, AND CIULDIIEN.
CALL .A-ISTO SEE OTTIR. 3STE-W GOODS,
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
... KCon.olvi.lvi, EC.
a Large Stock of
S. S. " Australia." -iffift
3D 3D "ST "S
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
lr&-w Goods !
New Goods !
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