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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1. 1892.
A.M. A.M. F.M. P.M.
l.eavo Honolulu. .0:15 8:4S 1:15 4.33t
,ArrlvoHonouliull.7i'J0 0:57 2:57 fi:35f
IiCnTollonoulluli.,7:30 10:43 3:43 C:42t
Arrive Honolulu ,.8:35 11:5.1 4163 0:50t
1'kim, Citv Local
JiCavo Honolulu 6:103 ....
Arrlvo Tear! City 5:4HS ....
Leave l'earl Olty..0:55
Arrive Honolulu. 7:80
Sundays excepted. t Snturdnys only.
5 Saturdays excepted.
Xidos, Sun and Moon.
nY C. 1. LYONS.
iB'H E. US 3
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho "big una" woron't in it yostor
dny. Dinmond Head, 8 p. in. Woathor
hazy, wind frosh oast.
Tho prosidontial oloction in tho
Stato3 lakes placo to-day.
Tho picnic, at Itoniond Grovo on
tho 19th inst. promisos to bo a grand
Mr. and Mrs. II. Ronjos loft for
tho Volcano on tho W. G. Hall this
Tho mass mooting at tho Borotnnia
Stroot Armory this ovouing hai boon
J. F. Morgan will act for L. H.
Deo during tho lattor's absonco from
Eight passongors loft on tho
steamer W. G. Hall for tho Volcano
Mr. L. H. Doo and wifo will loavo
on tho S. S. Australia to-morrow for
Last Quuitci- of thu Moon on tho 10th at
11 .11 p.m.
TuE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, NOV. 8, 1892.
TutHDAY, Nov. bV
Am bk 8 C Allon, Thompson, lor San
Stmr W a Hull for Slant and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Cluudtno for Maui und Hawaii at 5
p in -Stmr
.Kntilu for Waiannc, Waialua, Ka-
huku and Punaluu
Stmr Iwalani for Kauui at 5 p m
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, Nov'8 For tho Vojcano: H C Roon
and wife, Sirs Lever and wifo, Sir Van
Qunst and wife, Sir Ucujes and wife. Way
ports: Sirs Haley and 2 children, Geo
Clark and son, Dr and Sirs Lindlcy, Sirs J
Opio. Sirs Fredenburg, J AIxw, Col Norris
and 30 deck.
Sovoral gontlomon woro around
town last evening with canos in thoir
hands. Wondor why 'twas so.
Tho affray troublo between tho
young sports ou Hotel street yester
day has boon amicably Bottled.
Mrs. Longshoro-Potts will lecture
this ovouing at tho Opera House to
both soxos on "Lovo, Courtship and
Mr. Goo. K. Norton has recovered
suflieiontly from a second attack of
paralysis, as to bo ablo to bo down
Master Albert Harris, who foil
from a troo somo time ago, is report
ed as improving and regaining tho
use of his limb.
Tho bark S. C. Allen, T. Thompson mas
ter, sailed at noon to-day for San Francisco
with the following shipment of sugar,
weighing 1,339,590 lbs: O. Brewer A, Co.,
7050 bags; Castle & Cooke, 3.207 bags.
Domestic, value, 35,507.88.
, THE MAUNA AL.
The HuwTiiiA'n burk Slauua Ala, which
was here last year, Is in port again. She
arrived on Sunday 45 days from Newcastle,
N. S. W., with 10U2 tons of coal to Allen &
Robinson. Tho bark got caught in the
gales, then prevalent on the Australian
coast, on September 21, while abreast of
Sydnoy. Her starboard bulwarks wore
smashed, the wheel was broken and the
wheelman slightly injured. Things were
washed oil the deck, and 70 tons of the
cargo was shifted. The weather foretop
sail was blown away. After that tussle
with the tempest the Slauna Ala had a re
markably good run to the line. In the
midst of fine weather, but with some sea
running, a lurch of tne vessel caused the
trussletrees to 'give way, when down came
the foreto'gallant mast, happily without
striking anybody. Captain Smith is still
in command, witli a namesake first mate,
and Sir. Woolcott tcoond mate. To the.
last-named this rejuirt of the voyage is
due. Tho Slauna Ala will remain in port
two or three weeks.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Eorgor, loader, will
give a concert this ovening at tho
Hawaiian Hotel, beginning at 7:30
o'clock. Following is tho program:
Overture King's Lieutenant Till
Finale Tauuhauser.. , ,. ....... . ..Wugner
B-Clarlonet Solo Through Forest, and
Meadows... ';..... Foreith
Grand Solcction II Trovutoiu..... .Verdi
Wulalau. Kuhulahalur Puu Mclekule.
(S61o sung by Solomon Hiram.)
Reminiscences of All Nations., . . . .Godfrey
Saxophone Solo Queen l.ilinokalanl.. .,.".
Scliottisclio-J)uncing on the l'ler,,. Harris
Waltz Over tho Wavos. , .'. Houas
A man named J. Johnson has beon
arrested for boing without lawful ox
cuso ou tho promises of Hon. W. G.
Irwin last night.
A battalion of marines and bluo
jaokets from tho U. S. warshins Bos-
-ton and Alliance will bo landed for
drill to-morrow morning.
A Chinaman named Ah You plead
ed guilty to a charge of gaming in
tho Police Court this morning and
was finod 5M and costs.
Mrs. A. M. Longshoro-Potts will
delivor hor famous lecture to both
sexes, on "Lovo, Courtship and Mar
riago," at tho Opera House this
A runnor of tho Makanoo cho fa
bank, tho only ono now running, was
arrested this morning. The bank
was in -Ml blast again this aftor
noon, tho arrest notwithstanding.
Rev. H. H. Parker donios tho re
port that the Rov. and Hon. J. K.
Iosopa, in his prosonco, offended a
native congregation at Manoa by
romarks rollocting on Her Majesty.
Win. Mason and Moloana (w.)
pleaded guilty in the Police Court
this morning for disturbing tho quiet
of tho night, and woro finod $7 and
$3 costs each. Tho racket took placo
The following cases will come up
in the Police Court to-morrow morn
ing: G. E. Harrison, intending to
commit offense on E. E. Care'; E.
E. Carey, libel; J. C. Harrison, com
A freak of nature is to bo boon at
the house of Engine Co. No. 1. It
is a pony's head with ono 03-0 right
in the middle of the, forehead. It
was born on Maui "and died when
throe days old.
The ladies of Central Union
Church will give a lunch in tho
Church parlors on Thursday, from
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. FKh chow
dors and Balnds will bo among tho
delicacies to bo offered.
GAVE HIMSELF UP.
Booked to Leave.
Tho following names aro booked
at tho ofiico of V. G, Irwin & Co. to
loavo by tho S. S. Australia to
morrow: A H Wise, Dr Rowat. wife and child, A
R Fredericks, Stiss MoAullfl'e, Sirs 8
Swan, Larry II Deo and wifo, 1 H Graham,
Sliss Maud Baldwin, SIr.s Tumor and fam
ily, J A Hopper and wifo, Sirs Saiu'l Alex
ander, S II Rose, 15 Bchwubach, Sir Vivier,
Sllsses Wldemann, Sirs F W Slaefurlane, K
I) Tonnoy. Capt Rich, O Denning, H I WII
ley, Sirs 0 and Sliss KingBley, Sirs T T
Williams, H A Wldemann.
Cupid, Chloo and HyrnonJ
To-night at tho Opora House Mrs.
Longahoro-Potts, M. D will dolivor
"hor famous locturo on '.'Love, Court
ship and Marriage." It will bo to
both soxos. This was tho locturo
which whon delivered in London
aroused tho famous newspaper con
troversy, "Is marriago a failure?"
ml.n l!lll .ln..n.. iw...n r.9 41. .V r. Is. a.......
box and tho peccadilloes of tho gen
tler will bo ruthlessly laid bare. Like
all this lady's talks tho moral tono
of tho locturo will bo of tho highest.
Mr, W. M. Torry, who has boon in
tho drug business at Elktou, Ky., for
tho past twelve years, says: "Cham
berlain's Cough Romody gives hotter
satisfaction than any ofhor cough
inodiciuo I have over sold." Thoro
is good reason for this. No other
wil.l euro a cold so quickly; no other
is so certain a provontivo and euro
for croup; no other affords so much
reliof iu cases of whooping cough.
For salo by all dealers. Bonson,
Smith & Co,, Agents for tho Hawaii
Tho rogular monthly mooting of
tho Honolulu Fiio Department will
bo hold on Thursday ovouing. Among
tho subjects to bo brought up will
bo a "want of confidence" in tho
Chief Engineer ,of the department.
A paper was being circulated for
signature this morning among 1110111
bers of the Legislutuio asking tlioin
to plodgo thombolvos to tho sup
port of tho new Cabinet. Ninoteon
members had signed it up to noon
Dr. J. Chas. Harrison, now lectur
ing iu this city, was arrested yester
day afternoon charged with exhibit
ing obscene pictures, and was lator
roiousou on uu oau. xno scones
woro thoso exhibited at tho lectures
A man named Kana was found
guilty in tho Police Court this
morning for assault and battery on
Elizabeth Waikulani on Saturday
and was sontoncetl to pay a fino of
$50 and $3 costs. JCnuu, who de
fended in person, noted an appeal.
A young native named M. W. Ala-
Eai has issued a challenge to Charles
ambort, tho champion skater, to
race him ono inilo on skates, at tho
skating rink on Borotania street on
Saturday nightfor$20asido. Should
tho match bo mado an oxciting raco
will bo expected, as both aro good
011 tho rollers.
Notwithstanding tho peculiar op
position evinced tho Board of Health
to-day granted a liconso to J. Chas.
Harrison, M. D., to practise his pro
fession iu this Kingdom. Both Dr.
Harrison and Mrs. Longshoro-Potts,
M. D., aro widely recognized in a
legal wny as physicians of high at
tainments. Tlio3r claim to bo regis
tered in more than thirty states of
tho United States as wolf as in sev
eral foreign countries.
Tho local election for president of
tho United States wont off finely to
day at tho Golden Rule. Bazaar, At
3:30 o'clock this aftornoou 130 votos
1iad boon cast and it was pretty hard
to toll who was ahead. Each voter
had to doposit twonty-fivo cents.
Tho proceeds will bo donated to tho
American Relief Fund. Tho polls
will oloso at 5:15 o'clock this even
ing. Mr. W. F. Reynolds is manag
ing tho election in person,
Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1892.
Tho Assombly convened at 10
o'clock for prnyor after which tho
minutes of tho previous mooting
Tho President stated that ho had
no communication to dolivor rela
tive to tho Cnbinot.
Rop. Bush moved that tho Houso
Rov. Smith moved to adjourn
until 1:30 p. 111. for eiroutnstaneos
which thoy all know, ho thought a
short adjournment would bo atlvisa
blo. Rop. Bush, was undor tho impres
sion that the little time left botwoou
1:30 p. m. and tho usual afternoon
hour for adjournment would loavo
but little timo for the transaction
of business. Nothing would bo
gained by so short an adjournment.
On tho motion to adjourn until
1:30 p. m. boing put it was at 10:12
carried, 1G to 15.
At 1:33 o'clock tho Assembly was
called to order.
President Walkorsaid that ho had
ovory reason to boliovo that thoro
would bo a Cabinot hero in a few
momouts to occupy tho ministerial
At 1:37 tho Clork; by order of tho
President," read a communication
from Her Majesty's Chamberlain announcing-that
Hor Majesty had boon
pleased to commission, tho following
gontlomon as members of Hor Cabi
net, viz.: Minister of Foreign Affairs,
Hon. Mark P. Robinson; Minister of
Intoriorj Hon. G. N. Wilcox; Minis
ter of Finance, Hon. P O. Jones; At-tornoy-Gonoral,
Hon. Cecil Brown.
Tho rrosKlont called tno regular
order of business, loports of stand
Rop. Smith from tho Sanitary
Committeo presented a report upon
sovoral bills and petitions relating to
thu repeal of thu vaccination laws
and to "tho effect that thoy recom
mended tho establishing of a vaccine
farm and that all children bo com
pel led to show proper vaccination
marks. Tho committee presented a
now bill and a voluminous report
which thoy recommended bo trans
lated and printed.
Before action was taken on tho re
port tho niombors of tho now Minis
try appeared and took thoir seats.
Minister Wilcox said that it had
pleased Hor Majesty to appoint tho
President Walker desired to know
if tho Ministers had taken tho offi
Tho answer was in tho. affirmative.
Rop. Bush desired to know which
0110 of tho Ministers was tho Pre
mier. President Walker said that tho
communication from Hor Majesty
indicated Minister G. N. Wilcox as
Rop. Bush said that as the Houso
now had a Cabinet it was usual to
give thorn a little time to get ac
quainted with thoir offices, so he
would nioo an adjournment.
Rov. Smith considered that busi
ness would bo facilitated if tho re
ports which ho had to present woro
first read. -
Attorney-General Brown thought
tho motion to adjourn was debat
Tho President stated that it was
not and put tho motion. Lost 12 to
Rop. Smith finished reading re
port on vaccination mat tors and ou
motion it was tallied to await minor
Rep. Smith then road tho follow
ing reports from tho Sanitary Coni
1. That all poor people bo admit
ted to tho Government Hospitals
free of charge. Tho committeo say
that poor people now can obtain
medicine and medical attendance
free of cliaige, but to admit thorn nil
to free quarters in tho hospitals
would bo boyond tho accommoda
tion and resources of tho Board of
Ilealt h. Tho committee recommend
that the petition bo tabled. Ropoit
adopted. 2. Relating to tho Act to
mitigate. Tho committee submit a
now bill and recommend that other
bills and petitions be laid ou the
table. Tho report was adopted and
bill read by title. 3. Relating to
practice of dentistry in tho King
dom. Tho committeo favor tho bill
(70), but recommend an amendment
to Section (5 thereof. Report adopt
ed. 4. Bill 180 relative to permit
ting lopors now at Kalalau, Kauai,
to remain thoro. Tho conlinilteo
recommend that thu bill bo tabled.
Adopted. 5. Bill 101 rolativo-to re
gulating tho slaughter and salo of
beef especially tho salo of salt boot
without liconso, Tlio coiinnittoo re
commended the bill bo tabled.
Adopted. (5. To retain lopors at
Kalilii Receiving Station until tho
arrival of a Dr. Hanson Jrom Ger
many. Tlio commit teu recommend
that thu lopors now thoro bo no
longer retained at tins Kalilii Station.
Tabled for minority report. 7. Bill
181, relative to tho oloction of the
Board of Health by voters of Oahu.
Tho coiinnittoo did not approve of
the bill. Tabled for minority re
port. 8. Bill Ki5, to allow residents
of tho leper settlement at Kalawao
and Kalaupapa thu right to vote.
Committee say to permit such would
require a Constitutional amendment
and would bo, if granted, subversive
of good ordor and discipline. Thoy
rocommond tho bill bo tabled.
Ron. Bush now, at 2:10, moved that
tho llouso adjourn. Carried.
The Oonfessod Stnbbor Fined One
A man named Mike O'Donovau,
firomnn on tho S. S. Australia, gavo
himsolf up to tho police this aftor
noou as tho man who did tho stab
bing on tho night of tho 2nd inst. at
Kikthalo, Maunnkoa street. As will
bo romotnborod William Walkor and
Jnmos Corrio woro arrested for stab
bing a native named Solomon.
O'Donovau stated to tho police
that ho had accompanied tho 111011
to tho place when they were asked
insido by Solomon's wifo. Presently
ho saw a native entering and tried
to warn tho other two. O'Donovau
had n kuifo iu his hand at tho timo
cutting tobneco. Whon he saw
Solomon attack Walker ho rushed
in, and in tho oxcitoinont used tho
knifo. Whon ho came to his sonsos
and saw his rash act ho ran away.
Seeing that his companions would
faro badly, ho gavo himself up.
Donovan was takon before Polico
Justice Foster when ho pleaded
guiltyand was sentenced to pa' a
lino of $100.
A Inrgo nunibor of his follow
workmon on tho Australia woro soon
congregating near the Station devis
ing ways and means whoroby a suffi
cient amount could be collected to
pay O'Douovan's fine.
Candy War !
Having purchased tho En
tire Stock of Candies of the
late firm of Ludwigskn &
Ckox, we propose to move it
rapidly by selling it at
PICNIC ami DANCE!
Box of Candy for
Hobron, Newman & Co.
CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS.
Members or Lodge Lc Proves
de l'Oceanie No. 124,
IIAVi: DECIDED TO 01VE A
Grand Picnic k Dance
Ou November 19, 1892
Is In rieoijit of tlio bulk of
L. J. Levky,
- FOlt THE SEASON -ql
With Ihilnncc oivutLil dully, which will
unable it to iirt'vcut its usual unequalled
claims to holiday iurrhaers, not only for
variety of selections, but for honest quhlltv
nt prices that cannot fail to ratify all
t& Do not bo milvd with clap-trap
advertisements of cheap goods.
Snta C'i.wm' Hkmhjimiithis has dealt
honustlv bv tho imhlic for ovit '2 nnrs.
and is deserving the loniHlento and sup
port of tho public.
Opening Day will be Duly Announced.
THOS. G-. THRUM,
106 Fort St., - - - Brewer's Block
The Markets of San Francisco
ARE BROUGHT TO YOUR DOORS
II " MUANs Ol TUB
Thanksgiving and Xmas
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed ou Cooked Food
FOR THE PAST SIX MONTHS IN
Elegant Condition for tlie TEtTole !
Wo do not oiler Skeleton Kirds for sale at $l.fi0 n piece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed. anxA Iced If IDesireci
AND DELIVERED THE MORNINO OK DAY TOR ESP.
UO- Mvo Weight of lllrds varying from 12 to 20 lbs. -l
Prices to Sij.it E-veryloocLy !
FOR SALE 13 Y , "'
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Ottiee of I). H. Uurnham, Chief of Construction, Worl
Columbian Imposition, 11.$ The liookertj, Chicago
May 9, 1S92.
M. A. SEED DRY PLATE CO.,
St. Louis, .Vo. ' J f
My hint order for riatcs arrival very promptly. Plrair arre'pt
thanks for briny so prompt.
I wish to state, that I am uiitiy your Platen cicluiively for all
work foii' on these yrounth for the official ncoril ofatnitriirlion.
Of course comment by me o.i to the yooil qualities of the Seed
7'(ifr are entirely unnecessary.
, 0. 1). ARNOLD,
The Seed PI
JjJRIE FOR, SALE OISTL-g" BIT
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street,
EConol-ulu., EC. I.
rnL Am mjLm
famous Lecture hy
MRS, LONGSHORE-POTTS, M.D.
li) Boili Men aiid tan.
"As good as an hour with Mark Tnnlii,"
Which is 0eraled Diieetl) b the
Greatest I Newspapers
THE SAN FRANCISCO
'Moral, instructive and
N. Y. Herald.
"Punnior than a bo of inonlcous." A
Seminary fllrl iu New Orleans "Picayune."
Reserved Seats. 7.ro.
ale ut I.. J. Iivuy's.
Seats now on
Mrs. Dr. I'otis trinls uiiiiwn niwl
uhildren only. Resideneo, Snow Cottage
at Hawaiian Hotel; entrance on Hotel
street. Hours: 1) a. m. to 3 i i. Consul
tation Free. Wociul engagements not to
wait X Remain until November 10
mW- Mrs. Dr. Potts' Works, "Discourses
to Women on Medical Subjects," price 2;
and "Iivo, Courtship and Marriago," price
.T) cents; eun bo bad at T. G. Thrum's Ilook
Store and at tlio Hawaiian Nuws Co.
HANDSOME It AY
Harness and Saddle,
uny trial given, Also
i-seaieu Jitiggy ami i
y new. Apply
N. S. SACHS'
104, Fort Street, Honolulu,
(ii"' you seen the New Roman Sashes at N. S. Sachs' Storet I
Have you seni the Night Gowns that are setting jor ftl.W at
JJuv you scn the New Ait
Sach Store 1
Silks for Drapes and Fancy Work at
'llax'c you seen tlie Monsqurtaire ( 'nil rested Kid (Sloies for 'jHfiU a
Pair at Sachs' Storet j
Have you seen
the New Silk Striped and Polka Dot Chaillcs all
Do you know that the Latest Novelties and Most
iilwavs lie found al haehs' store?
17V I MIMED WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
r,AH m i w t a
We Are Constantly Making Purchases
i LAST STEAM ER
IBX-i-A-OK QOODS I
lllack Casliiuero 12-inch wide, W) cents per
varcl anil upwaids.
lllaek India Lawn, lllack Prciieh Ijiwii.
lllack Sattcen in Plain and Pigured.
Illaek Calico in Plain and Pigured.
lllack, Cotfon, Silk und Kid (lloves in nil
lllack blockings for I.adics und Children.
iiiacK" fciiK warp iicuratto I'lotiis.
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TAX COIiliECTOR'S NOTICE.
rpHK TAX COLLECTOR POR THE
JL District of Hamukua, Hawaii, will be
at tho following places ou tho dajs stated
to receive Tunos Tor tho cur 181)2:
Kalwikl Tuesday, Nov. tsTth.
Kukaiau Wednesday, Nov. ilOtli.
Puuuilo Thursday, Deo. 1st.
Kaauhulm Priday, Deo. 2nd.
Waipio Tuesday, Dec. 11th.
Kukulhaolo Prfdav, Dec. 1th.
All other days until the 1Mb of Decem
ber, at his olllce In Honokau.
Deputy Asscssoruud ColloutorHuuiakua.
Honokuu, Oct. !?, lh!)2. oWS-lw
Tho concert at Emma Squaru last
ovening was largoly attondod and
tho music was lino. To-night tlio
concort will bo at tho Hotol.
Mabol I suppose you hoard of
sister Lou's inarriago? She's, takon
a flat in town. 'Stiss .Tollus Yos, I
hoard she had a flat, hut I didn't
hoar whore sho had taken him,
MONSARKAT. V. S HAVING
taken mv Infirmary during my
absence from the Kingdom, I beg leave to
thank my patrons for fuvors und putrou-
YV . U
ugo, uud solicit a continuance of tho sumo
for my successor, A. R, ROWAT.
IN REPKRKNCK TO THE KOHKOO
lug, the undersigned would reseotfully
request a continuance of the patrouuge ho
has hitherto received, and solicit the favors
of all who require professional attention to
their stock, ui the Inlirmury, King street.
W. T. MONHARRAT.
Honolulu, Nov. 3, 1B0A &5-lw
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miidu for family l'ieulcs uud Evening
Rathlng Parties. B-tf
rpHK WKKKIA 1IUM.KTIN !H 001,
1 minis of Interestlmr ltcudlnir Matter.
1 Islands, $1; mulled to foreign couutiics, 3,
WOOD and COAL.
- A 1.80-
White and Black Sand
Which wo will S4dtaitliB Very '
Market Ratvn for Cash.
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