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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, NOV. 7, 1892.
Sunhav, Nov. 0.
Stinr lw.il.inl from Knuni
Stinr Olnudiue from Muni and Hawaii
Stinr .lames Makoe from Kauai
Stinr Hawaii from Haiuakua
Monday, Nov. 8.
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p in
Stinr Waiinailalo for Molokai and Maui
Stmr J allien Mukee for ICaiuii at 4 p in
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr W O Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Ulaudinc for Maui and Hawaii at ft
Stinr Kaala for Waianae, Waialua, Ka-
huku and I'unaluu
Stmr I walnut for Kauai at 5 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
l'cr stmr Claudine 21XM. hags sugar, 50
head cattle, 75 bags taro, 02 hides, 150
hogs, 137 pkgs sundries,
i'er stmr Iwalani ftOift hags sugar, 0(1 hags
rice, 00 hdls hides, 15 calves, 2 oxen, 7ft
From Kauai, per stinr Iwalani, Nov 0
Hons H P Baldwin, A S Wilcox. G N Wil
eox, W E Jtoweli, H von Holt, H K
Holmes, A C Stuhlinann, Jas H Kaiwi and
wife, Mrs J 11 Hauaikc, Chum Fat, and 01
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Oland
ino, Nov 0 it D W'albridge, F H Havsel
den, C L Wight, K l'ierce, Mrs l'oulson,
I)r J W Winter, Kev J Hiroda, J K Jlorha,
C L Urito, and 51) deck.
The steamer Hawaii will leave again mi
Wednesday for Hamakua.
Tli ft ctfHi iiwr lttiiiti ii'ill lin (ltiii ft-itn
Maui and Hawaii on Wednesday morning.
Tho steamer W. O. Hall will leave for
windward ports to-morrow morning at 10
The steamerOlaudiiie retained yesterday
reporting pleasant weather. Hal led the
steamer Kliiau on Wednesdav night at
Lanpuhouhoo and transferred the Hilo
mails. The Consuelo had arrived at Kahu
lui, 10 days from San Franei-co. "Tho hark
Lcahi was still discharging coal.
O. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
stroot for sale.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Elite loo Cream Parlors."
Fredorio W. Hardy has boon ap
pointed a notary public.
Aftor Hhnving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
si root, tho Btoro formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Jas. F. Morgan will hell household
furniture- under distraint for rent at
10 o'clock to-morrow.
A choice lot of canary birds can
bo had at $5 with cages included, at
Mrs. T. "V. Fleming's house on Kin
For island views and art istio photos
go to the Aloha Gallery, Sovorin &
Bolster, Fort street. Amateur work
Chas. Williams, deputy assessor
and collector of Hamakua, gives
notice of places and dates for the
receipt of taxes.
Mechanics' Homo, rJ and 01 Hotel
stroot. Lodging by day, weok or
month 25c. and f0c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Dr. McLonnan, l.'ll Fort street,
above Ilotol. Chronic, dillicult and
lingering cases of disease specially
solicited. Mlitual Telephone 082.
In tho call for tho monthly meet
ing of tho P. B. & L. Association
Monday evening it is stated that
payments will bo required in gold
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will ro
sunio giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Hosidonco, Alakea stroot,
ucar tho Y. M. C. A.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
No Cabinet has boon formed as
Diamond Head, 3 p. m.-Weather
clear, wind frosh southwest.
There will bo a local presidential
election at tho Golden jHulo Bazaar
Tho band will give its regular
moonlight concert at Emma Squaro
Tho Kaiufani Boat Club will hold
a mooting at Honuakaha this even
ing at 7:li0 o'clock.
Tho slow-dragging libel case will
coino up again in tho Police Court
Dr. J. C. Harrison will deliver his
last lecturo in Honolulu at the
Opera Houso this ovoning.
A copious How of water has boon
struck on tho now Kidwoll pine
apple plantation at Ewa.
Tho Pioneer Building and Loan
Association will hold tnoir regular
monthly meeting this evening.
A Chinese cho fa banker was ar
rested this morning. At present
there is only ono batik running.
Owing to tho prevalent strain tho
Brunswick Billiard Parlors have
boon closod up a whilo for repairs.
Tho stabbing affray case against
W. Walker and James Corrio has
boon postponed again until to-morrow.
A grand mass mooting of patriotic
Hawaiians will bo held to-morrow
evening at tho Borotania street
Mr. C. J. Lyons, "clerk of tho
weather," says there will bo equally
high tides a month hence to those
of last weok.
Two cases of drunkenness were
sentenced to .?2 lines each in tho
Police Court this morning. Four
othors were discharged.
Tho body of a still-born infant
was found in tho stream near
Smith's bridge yesterday afternoon.
There is no clue as to tho identity of
Tickets are now issued for the
picnic of Lodge lo Progres, A. F. &
A. M., at Romond Grovo on Satur
day, 19th iust. This promises to b
the picnic of tho season.
Specimens of sugar cane grown
on the Makaweli plantation are oil
exhibition at tho Hawaiian News
Co.'s store. Sonio stalks measure 18
foot without tho tops.
Wednesday, Nov. 10, Kalakaua's
birthday, and Monday, 28, anniver
sary pi the Untish ami French re
cognition of Hawaiian independence,
are proclaimed as public holidays.
Hon. L. A. Thurston will read a
paper boforo tho Social Science As
sociation, at Mrs. L. McCully's resi
dence this ovoning, on the subject of
.Hawaii's relations with the United
Thoro were two other fights be
side those chronicled olsowliere. A
fight occurred between Chinamen
on Hotel, near Bethel street, and
ono on King, near Fort street be
tween Portuguese. In the latter
case tho participants escaped from
tho police through a restaurant.
Mr. E. Ellsworth Carey, ono of
the editors of tho half-white paper,
Tho Liberal, was arrested at 2:lf
o'clock this afternoon for criminal
libel preferred by Dr. Harrison.
Hon. K. W. Wilcox furnished biil of
S500 for his release. The articles
referred to contained attacks on the
Longshore-Pot ts-IIarrison combina
tion, charging it with fakir method."
of obtaining money.
Some day last week l(ev. J. K.
Iosepa, the member from liana,
Maui, narrowly escaped being hint
at Manoa. The Reverends 11. H.
Parker and Iosepa were preaching
at that place. Mr. Iosepa used
certain language against Her Maj
esty the Queon. Tho audience ro.se
in a body and left tho church, seve
ral standing outside and threatening
to mob Iosepa if ho did not lofrain
from using such language.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Berger, leader, will
give a concort this evening at
Emma Squaro beginning at 7:!H)
o'clock. Following is tho program:
Overture Masauiello Aubcr
Finale Lucia Donizetti
Cornet Duet Two 1'ortillons.. . Wieland
Messrs. Aylett and Kapuii.
Oriind Selection Faust . . . .Gounod
Kilauea. Mai l'oina. Ho Mauao hn Aloha.
(Solo sung by Solomon Hiram.)
Scotch Fantasia Tho Jacoblts, . .(lussncr
Piccolo Duet Kliui Mann Hwl. .Kling
Messrs. Kauliia and Kealakal.
llalhul Iji I'ulniim Yradier
Walt. On tho Ifeantiftil Jtluo Danube.
. .. Straus-.
A Scrimmage on Union Squaro,
A Hcrimmago occurred on Hotel
street in front of the Arlington this
morniug between Bertio Peterson
and A. W. Howe, of tho Hrunswicl:
Billard Parlors. Howe approached
Peterson and asked him for :,
claimed to be duo for billards, when
Peterson denied owing the inonov.
Whereupon a few hot words were
Hung back and forth. Tho disput
ants soon came to blows. Peterson
contracted a bleeding nose and
Howe was scratched about tho neck.
Tho alleged debt was not paid, and
both were arrested on a charge of
Mr. W. M. Terry, who has been in
the drug business at Elkton, Ky for
tho past twelve years, says: "Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy gives better
satisfaction than any other cough
medicine I have ever sold," There
is good reason for this, No other
will cure a cold so quickly;, no other
is so certain a preventive and cure
for croup; no other affords so much
relief in cases of whooping cough.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith A: Co., Agents for tho Hawaii
Monday, Nov. 7, 1892.
Assembly convened for grayer at
10 o'clock. Minutes of the previous
meeting were read and approved.
Noble Walbritlgo asked that per
mission be given to the Engrossing
Committee to have tho first section
of the Appropriation Bill engrossed.
Pending action on tho request tho
Assembly at 10:15 adjourned until
to-morrow morning, a motion to ad
journ until Wednesday morning be
Running Amuck of a Ranchman at
A nasty cutting scrape took place
at Heinond Grovo Saturday night at
10:30 o'clock. B. T. White, who ran
omnibuses in Honolulu bofor.o the
advent of horse cars and who now
runs an express from Pearl City
railway station to Waialua, made a
wager of :?5 with Ilarrv t'lalts for a
100-yard fat men's foot nice. Tho
money was nut up, but. on tho track
White decided not to run the race,
but forfeit the ?". Watts insisted
on While's taking back the money.
A third man named James Wilkin
son, employed on the steamer Mika
hala, who happened to bo present,
had some talk with White about his
backing out, when White used rather
strong language. Then a man
named Ward, engaged on C. A.
Brown's ranch, who was White's
companion at the time, jumped in
and struck Wilkinson. Wilkinson
replied with a blow that knocked
Ward down. However, everything
was quieted and Wilkinson was in the
act of getting over the fence, when
Ward was seen lo take out a knife,
open the blade and stab Wilkinson
in tho back. George Harris jumped
in to keep Ward off, but tho latter
turned round and made thrcothriists
at Harris, cutting his clothes in sev
eral places, and making a gash in his
left hand between the fourth and
fifth linger. Ward and White jump
ed into a brake and galoped away
furiously, followed by a native police
man who had heard Wilkinson's cry
of " I'm slabbed." Ward and White
were caught near tho court-house
and manacled. They wore placed in
tho liwa lockup. When Ward was
searched tho knife was found in his
pocket, and was clotted with blood.
The wound in Wilkinson's back
was about three inches long, the
mouth being rather jagged. It did
not bleed much. Wilkinson did not
think it was more than a scratch till
he felt tho blood. Tho knife had
cut through the coat, vest, shirt and
undershirt. Harris' hand bled pro
fusely. Both wounded men wore
taken to Mr. Ashley's house, where
their injuries wore attended to.
They were brought to tho city and
aftor entering a ehargo at the Police
Station, Wilkinson was taken to Dr.
C. 15. Wood's for proper surgical at
tention. He was around town yes
terday. A point should lie made at future
picnics at the Grove that no persons
without tickets bo allowed on tho
ground. These men had no business
near tho place, but they created a
disgraceful incident at an otherwise
respectable and pleasant festival.
Are your children subject to croup?
If so, you should never bo without
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Heinedy. It is a coitaiu cure for
croup, and has never boon known to
fail. If given freely as soon as the
croupy cough appear.-, it will pre
vent the attack. It is the solo reli
ance with thousands of mothers who
have cioupy children, and never dis
appoints them. There is no danger
in giving this Komcdy in largo and
frequent doses, as it contains nothing
injurious. 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealeis. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. "I wonder why the Mediterranean
is so blue?" "You'd bo blue if you
had to wash the Italian shore."
PIONEER BUILDING & LOAN
rpii u nr.nu lal month ly m kktino
.L of the aliovu Association will beheld
on MONDAY FA'DNING, Nov. 7, 1ML', at
7:;ill o'clock, at the Chamber of Commerce.
Payments will bo required in GOLD COIN.
THKi). I l.ANKING,
WT. MONSAIIUAT, V. ., HAVING
taken my Inllrmary during mv
ab-encu from tho Kingdom, I beg leave to
thank my nations for favor-, anil patron
age, and solicit a continuance of the sumo
for my successor. A. It. UOWAT.
TN KJIl'T.UKNCi: TO Till; FOUKGO
X lug, the undersigned would respectfully
reilliest a contiiiuaiicc of the natrouaim lie
i has hitherto received, and solicit the favors
of all who require professional attention to
their stock, at the liillniiarv, King street.
W. T. MONKAItltAT.
, Honolulu, Nov. a. lh!l.. fidft-lw
n- J Av,i'l . mi.'
P 16SlflGll I Ifl 1 - - K fiP.I Oil
L l lUUllUUi LUDOLIUU
All Aiuuiii'iin ('itiuiin who desire to nibt u
li.illnl fur tliu hum I'renlilunt (if tlm
I'lilti'il Sinter niii iln no at thu
Golden Rule Bazaar,
On TUESDAY, Nov. 8th,
I ritOM h TO fi O'CLOCK.
I & Itt'uintratioii will hi'ijiii Momlav.
'pun WKi:ivi,v uui.umN-iM coi.-
I -L limns of IntcrestiiiK Heailinu; Matter.
Isluiulb, $1 j mulled to foreign countries,.
AN EDITOR CANED.
Dr. G. E. Harrison Gots Aftor E.
Ellsworth Caroy for Llbollng His
Dr. G. E. Harrison heard that K.
Ellsworth Carey, reputed editor of
The Liberal, had bought a revolver,
to back up assaults on the character
of Harrison and his wife in Satur
day's issue of The Liberal. This
Dr. Harrison is brother and agent of
Dr. J. C. Harrison, at present giving
a course of lectures in Honolulu,
also agent for Mrs. Longshore-Potts,
M. D also on a lecturing visit hen1.
Harrison informed Marshal Wilson
of what he had heard and asked
him to (akocognizanceof the report,
as he (Harrison) was not in the habit
of carrying a gun. The Marshal and
Harrison were going up Merchant
street, when thoy met Caroy at tho
Hi'LMvnx office, into which the Mar
shal invited Carey.
When Caroy left this ollico he
was accosted by Dr. Harrison, who
asked him if ho had anything to do
with tho abusive articles which ap
peared in Tho Liberal on Saturday
against him and his wife. Mr.
Caroy replied, "1 had a great deal to
do with it." Whereupon Mr. Harri
son raised his cane to strike Carey,
when the lattor turned and ran up
the street with Harrison behind
him. Harrison made several passes
with his stick, some of which landed
on Carey's body, others cleaving the
air. Caroy turned into tho brick
warehouse now in course of con
struction and stumbled over a pile
of bricks. Ho lay on his back and
began kicking out at his assailant,
crying out, "Take him off, take him
off." Harrison kept playing a tattoo
on Caroy until both were fairly ex
hausted, ono with kicking, tho other
with punching. Harrison put his
knees on Carey's neck and struck his
face several times. Finally Hon. A.
S. Wilcox coming from the Legisla
ture interfered and the men wore
separated. A large crowd was col
lected ly tho fraca.
While all this was going on Mar
shal Wilson was still in the Bulletin
ollico. the first ho knew of tho row
being when ho saw people running
past. lie escorted both Harrison
and Carey to the Station.
Mr. Harrison was arrested on a
charge of assault and battery and
later, without waiting for a trial, on
the advice of his counsel, A. P.
Peterson, entered into bonds to keep
the peace, Carey having sworn his
life on him before Police Justice
Foster. Harrison has had Caroy ar
rested for criminal libel.
The Best Plaster. Dampen a
piece of ilannel with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and bind it on over the
seat of pain. It is bettor than any
plaster. When the lungs are sorb
such an application on tho chest
and another on the back, between
the shoulder blades, will often pre
vent pneumonia. Thoro is nothing
so good for a lame back or a pain in
tho side. A sore throat can nearly
always be cured in one night by ap
plying a Ilannel bandage dampened
with Pain Balm. 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Bonson, Smith
& Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
I raving purchased the En
tire. Stock of Candies of the
late linn of Ludwkjskn &
(Jison, we propose lo move il.
rapidly hy selling- if at
fcSr Keinemher a oOc.
Box of Candy for 2fc.
Hobron, Newman & Go.
OOHNKIt KOUT AND KINO STUKBTB.
Bruco & A. J. Cartwrifjht.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rpiIAT rUIASA.NT HUH.
.1. urban Cottauo on Nun.
ami Mn't't, adioliiinu tht
ri'Mlilum u of Sir. Thomas'
Koruiinon, nlcclv aimolutud and with ultci'
ahlu MirioundiiiKN, kiiIiimI to a kiiuiII family
anil within an rimy remove fiom the heat
of the City. Terms if IK per month.
AN 1 V. V. ( 'OTTA CI i; W IT 1 1 -vvi - -,
pleasant grounds on &rtt?iC?.
lleietaiila ntieet, a few ilournflj 11 J)3iJOT
from Keeaumokii atieet. re.
eently oecupleil hv Mrs, Carney, entraiii-es
from YouiiKand Iluretanlii stieetM. IIoUmi,
Ktahles and Outhou-es all complete, and
in llr.il-cliiHs order, titrcet Can. pass the
front door every twenty minutes Teriim
JL'J per mouth, Including water rutm.
NOT1J llefoio fcui'kliiK or closing bar
gains ulnnvhere, it will pay you to wiiii our
column, uud to at once couniilt the under
Mgncd at their olllce.
ftfW'u keep property in llmt -clans con
dition. Our terms are moderate and as
landlords w u will always bo found reaton
ablu in our dealings.
tf Apply lu each ease to
BHUOE or A. J. 0ARTWRIGUT,
"Cartwright HuildliiK," Merchant street.
Candy far !
2 ?M -"
Itt I l't'.llAjl
Members of Lodge Le Progres
de 1'Occanie No, 124,
iiavk i)i:cii)i;i) to uivi-; a
Grand Picnic & Dance
On November 19, 1892
The Markets of San Francisco
ARE BROUGHT TO YOUR DOORS
HY M l:NS nl TIIK
Which i- U i-rat v I Divocth h,v the
Greatest I Newspapers
THE SAN FRANCISCO
We Are Constantly Making Purchases
Do You Need Something from
-II' so -
Write To Us About It !
We can mivc you money; our buyer-, have
M'cuicd nunilreds "of -pcei.il 'contract-,
which enables u
Waichi-i, Jewelry, Silverware,
.Miiiieul Iii.-tlriiiuuiitx, Furniture,
Clothing, Dre-x Ootid;
And Thousands of Other Articles
At price winch will ii-luni-h you.
A LETTER WILL DO IT ALL
& Write u- for ipiotatinns mi any
thing that you may need.
You Can Soo tho Advantages of Purchas
ing. Tlirou'jh Dsl
We aie buying for our ciflomer:- at
whiilc-ale and you reap the beuellt.
tf Addros all communications
EXAMINER PURCHASING DEPARTMENT,
California, - U. S. A.
I - in rcccijit of the bulk of
I'DII Till: SKA HON -en
With balance expected dally, which will
enable it to picrcnt Its usual uuciiualleil
claims to holiday purcha-crs, not only for
vaiietv of rclectlons, but for fume! oualllv
at prices that cannot fail to sallfy all
f Do not be misled with clap-trap
advertisements of cheap goods,
SwrA Cians' llKMil' iiin.ir has dealt
honestly by the public for over Ui years,
and is deserving the eonlldcncc and sup
poll of the public.
Opening Day will be Duly Announced,
THOS. G-. THRUM,
106 Fort St,, .- - - Brewer's Block
wmksc14 -. 3r
Thanksgiving and Xnias !
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
IDI! TIIK PAST SIN MONTHS IN
Elegant OoncLition for -tlie TstTole !
Wr ln tint iilli r SKi'lctoii Hir.l- ftir :ili- ul JI.'iO a piii'o, lint
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed cuacl Iced. If Desired
and i)i;i.ivi:iii;i) Tin; mounino k day kok rsi;
Vfe- Mvu Weight of ltirds vnrjing from 1.' to ;J0 lli. -
Prices to S-u.it EveryTooci !
VOli SAU2 UY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Office of 1). II. Ituriilinm, Chief of Coimlrnrtion, rorIl'x
Columbian Erponition, I-i-1 The Rookery, Chicuga. )
M(iy I), 1S0S. . . t
m. a. ski: j niiv plate oo - i fi
st. Louis, Mo.
My last order for Plates arrived very promptly. Please accept
thank for briny so prompt.
r with to state, that I am usiny your Plates exclusively for all
work done on theie y rounds for the official riconl of construction .
Of course comment by me as to the yood qualities of the Sen! ff
Plate are entirely riiiiirtvwin. . a,'JXV
C. J). A l.'XOLD, ' ' .;ih '
X liC lO
ITS' A.K.E FORSALE OKHLTSr S,1T
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - KCoiioIvlItj., H. I.
104 DF'ort Stroot, Honolulu..
j Have you teen the Xew Roman
Hare you seen the Xiylit (loirits
I Hue you seen the Xvw Art Sills for Drape and i'o'tty Wvrh at)
!''''':,!.!L..t!'."''',fm ., . ..'.,., I
j Have you seen the Maiisijueluiri Ihidressnt h'iit (Horrs for $1 Ml a
J I lav you yeen tin X- ' Silk
Sn,dis' 'store f
j Do lion know that the Lnltst Xonlties ami Most Stylish (l'i
ytlwttys be Jnuud at Suchs' Store?
WE RECEIVES WITH Of HER GOODS
HY I.AcT STIIAMl.l! A Kl'l.l, LINK OK
BLACK QOODS I
.A.S FOLiLCWS :
illiiuk Cashmere I'J-inch wide, Si) cents per Illaek, Cotton, Silk am Kill Gloves, in all
yard and upwards. ; sizes.
Illaek India l.awn. Illaek French Uiwu. ' Illaek ritocktngs for Ladles and Children,
lllack Hntteen in l'lalu and Figured. ! Illaek Kllk Warp Ucnrlettu Cloths,
Illaek Calico in l'lain anil I'lgiircd. Ltc, Plte., Ktu Ktc.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
19- Dressmaking under the management of Miss K. CLAHK. H
(NKW ni't.t.r.TlN I1I.OCK, JlKllfllAST stiickt)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY lll'HINKBS KNTUUHTKl) TO MK WILL KLCKIVI". PltOMlT ATTKNTION.
NKW KlIIKT-CLAr-rt TAMILY IIAT11-
V lug Itci-orl has been opened at Wni
kiki under the uIiovh inline oy Mu. K. ('.
Itiiwi:, for the comfort and convenience of
tho-e wichlng to enjoy a sea bath. It is
situated a Utile beyond the Villa. Tram
cars pass the gale.
N. 1 1. -Special arrangements have been
made for Family Picnics and Kvctiing
Bathing Parties. .VH-tf
ONi; Olt TWO I'lilriT-CLASSSUOAH
ijoilers are wanted for the coming
crop. 0'xid referciiees will bo reuulriHl.
Aniilv to r
W. Q. 1 JIWIN Jc CO., lii.
Sarins at X. S. Sarhi' Storrt '
that are selling for fl.lH) at Sack
Striped noil Putin Dot Chailles al
HUSTAOE & CO.,
"WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will sell at the Very Uiwcal
Market Itau-s for ('ash.
Bell 414 TELEPHONE - Mutual 414
I WILL NOT UK UKSl'ONSUILj: FOK
1 any debts contracted without ,my
written' order. " f '
' llonululu, Nov, 'J, iSir.Y