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OAHD RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FHOM AND AFTER OCTOBElt 1. 1892.
A.M. A.M. P.M. l'.M.
Leave Honolulu. .0:15 8:15 111!) ii.Tit
Arrive Honoillull.7:'jo !):57 Uio" 6:3,rt
Leave Honoullu)l..7::i0 10H3 3:411 fiil'Jt
Arrlva Honolulu .8:35 11:5! -itwi (I:50t
1'KAiit. Citv Local.
Leave Himolnlu 5:10
Arrlvo I'earl City ntl.sg ...
Leave Pearl Olly..(l:5.-
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Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, NOV. 2G, 1892.
3UE .A. K. I OSTE ISTE-VVS.
Satukii.vy, Nov. !!!.
Am bk Albeit, Winding, 18J days from
San Francisco .
Am turn Ulcndalo, Johnson, from Kurcka
Stmr Mokolii from Molokal
Stmr Wniinnualo from Maul and Molokal
Stmr James Makec from Kauai
Batumi vy, Nov. UO.
U 8 S Alliance, Whiting, for Samoa
Vossols Leaving Monday.
StmrJas Mnkco for Knpna mid Hanalel
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p in
Stmr Waimanalo for Molokai and Maui
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr W G Hall fi lulls goatskins, 125 pkgs
sundries, OOVi sks sugar, 30 bags codec,
88 bogs u a, 20 head cattle, 1 horse, 1
From San Francisco, per bk Albert
zo n r u.iy.
For Kauai, pur stmr lwalani, Nov 25
, From Maui anit Hawaii, per stmr W Q
Hall. Nov 25-J A liuck. W M Giffiird. J A
Gilman, J S Low, 0 Kaisor, Mrs H Kawelo,
H H Qarstins, Y Aiona, Akana, Ah Chow
and 50 deck.
Tho S. S. Australia will be duo here from
the Coast on Wednesday next.
The schooner Gov. Ames left late last
evening for Port Townsund with 200
bunches bananas on ship's own account.
The American tern Glondale, Johnson
master, arrived this morning and docked
above the O. S. S. wharf. She is from
Eureka, Cub, and loaded with lumber.
The American bark Albert, J. C. M.
Winding master, arrived this morning, 18
days from Ban Francisco with a cargo of
general merchandise 'weighing 1300 tons.
The Albert rejiorts a fine passage up to 300
miles oil the islands when a heavy north
erly swell was oxperinced. It beeaiuo
squally with heavy N. and N. W. swells,
and the vessel stayed oil' tho islands a
weok. Experienced trade winds yesterday
morning and made laud this morning. She
is docked at Drawer's wharf.
C. J. McCarthy
Btvoot for sale.
has lots on Lililia
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Elite Ico Croam Parlors."
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith Aj Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugieal
casos. Mutual Tolophono f!82.
For island viows and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sovorin &
Bolster, Fort street. Amateur work
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotel
street. Lodging by' day, wook or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and ?1.25 a weok.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. JL Borgor, leader, will
give a concert this afternoon at
Thomas Square beginning at -1:30
o'clock. Following is tho program:
Overture Masaniollo. Auber
Duet II Trovutoro .. . Verdi
Flute Solo You'll Hunicmber Mo Hound
Reminiscences of Gounod . . . .Godfrey
Euphonium Solo Hocked in the Cradle
of the Dccn. . . Knight
Ilominiscouces of un'cubaeh Conradi
Indopondonco Day Exercises,
Indopondonco Day oxorciso3 will
bo hold in Knwaialiao Church at
10:30 o'clock Monday. Thoro will
bo an oration by Hon. E. K. Lilika
lnni, and music by tho Ro3'al Band
and a native choir. Her Majesty tho
Quoou and staff will attond tho ox
orcises oilicially. Invitations have
boon givon to tho Diplomatic and
Consular Corps to bo present.
Mr. Mooro, tho postmaster at
Bradshaw, Va., after reading an ad
vortisomont of Chamborlaiu's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, con
cluded to try a small bottle of it.
Ho says: "I used it in two casos for
colic and throo for diarrhoea with
perfect satisfaction. I have handled
and used a groat deal of patent
medicine, but never tried any that
gave as good results as this. For
salo by all dealors. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. m m m
A largo amount of correspondence
is on hand awaiting space for inser
tion. A native was tried and found
guilty in tho Police Court this
morning for playing oho fa ami was
fiued $50. He noted an appeal.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.'
Full moon will fall on this tlnv
Tho sknting raco
moncos at 9 6'eloek.
Mineo Pics can bo had
Falnco Ico Croam Parlors.
Tho stoatnor W. G. Hall brought
yestordny 5013 bags sugar.
Noilhor tho Bulletin nor tho Ad
vertiser will bo issued on Monday.
Two blood horses arrived from tho
Coast to-day by tho bark Albert con
signed to Mnrslial C. 15. Wilson.
Tho steamor Yamashiro Marti will
bo duo on Monday from Yokohama
with Japanese labor immigrants.
A mooting of tho Pacific Sugar
Mill Co. will bo hold, Tuesday, 10
o'clock, at tho office of F. A. Schttofer
Mr. Dav, father of Di
of this city, arrived by the bark
bort this morning from San Fran
cisco. Mr. John F. Colburn is giving a
luau at Manoa this afternoon in
colobration of tho 20th birthday of
in this issue. Seo
ho says if you wish
to give yourself
Tho Household Guards will inarch
round town and out to Makiki whoro
thoy will drill at 4. o'clock, on Indo
Tho now organ for Central Union
Church will probably bo ready for
shipment from Boston by tho mid
dlo of Fobruar3.
Tho musicians of " Kawaiahao
Church have boon holding rehearsals
for tho past wook for an Indepen
dence Da' colobration.
A largo number of business firms
will closo up on Monday, Independ
ence Day, tho whole day. A list ap
pears in to-day's issuo.
Monday being a public holiday,
with no session of tho Legislature or
tho courts, thero will bo no issuo of
tho Bulletin on that da.
Waltor Harris, arrested yesterday
lor assaulting a (Jhinaman, was ro-
primandod and discharged
Jrohco Court this morning.
Tho Scottish Thistle Club will
have a social ovoning on Monday at
7:30 p. m. All members and friends
are cordially invited to bo present.
Tho members of tho Alpino Club
aro requested to moot at tho usual
place Monday, at G:30 a.m. Routo
of travel will bo duo northeast by
oast to Tom Ridge.
Thoro will bo no children's sorvico
at tho Y. M. C. A. hall on Sunday
afternoon in consequence of tho ser
vice announced for that afternoon
at Fort street Church.
Arthur White will ro-opon tho
Brunswick Billiard Parlors to-night.'
Mr. White is a popular billiard room
manager and promises to do his best
to satisfy all patrons of tho cue.
Thoro will bo a one milo skating
raco at tho rink to-night. Tho
following, entries have boon made:
E. McCandless, J. Alapai, Clins.
Lambert, W. Bolster and T. Pryeo.
Tho U.S.S. Allianco loft this after
noon for Samoa. A largo number of
tho fair ones wore at tho wharf to
bid tho brass buttons God-speed.
Lifo in the tropics will always bo so.
Tho Chinese Church is having an
annex built to it. Its people have
purchased tho old organ of Central
Union Church, which will bo re
moved when tho annex is completed.
Two wahinos calling each other
all tho vilo epithets thoy could lay
their tongues to attractod a crowd
on King street this morning. Tho
women lived in tho same yard, and it
seems that one had pushed rubbish
over to tho other ono's half of tho
promises, honco tho t rpuble.
Mr. John Cassidy tested tho elec
tric lighting of tho Kaumakapili
Church last ovoning, and it was a
brilliant success. Tho centre ohaii
delior is a most elegant piece of
work. Her Majesty will turn on tho
light at tho concert Monday ovon
ing, tho organ playing tho Hawaiian
Tho Sacramento Record Union of
Nov. 3 copies from tho Bulletin Mr.
Ralph Tumor's tribute to Whit tier
in full. It introduces tho author as:
"lato of this city SacramontoJ, and
son of ox-Major Jaboz Turner. Tho
youthful writer, as Sacramonlaiis
well know, is himself the author of
many charming pooms."
Farewell services will bo hold in
Central Union (old Fort street)
Church to-morrow. Dr. Beckwitli
tho pastor will preach a commemo
rative sorinon in the niorniug, and
short addresses will bo delivered in
tho ovoning by Chief Justico Judd,
Messrs. Hall and Sovoranco, Rev. F.
W. Damon, Miss Chamberlain and
Judicious advertising, backed by
superior goods and a corps of hus
tlers, is bringing dollars to tho cof
fers of the Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Thoir store on Fort street is as
thronged as when high sugar and
prosperity woro bosom companions.
This fact is duo to tho reasons givon
above. Thoir stock of lamps ami
lamp shades nt popular prices is
drawing tho masses.
Commodoro W. D. Cobb, formerly
in command of tho S. S. City of New
York, woll known and still kindly
remembered in this community, had
a sovoro attack of paralysis in Bos
toii at the Old Colony Railroad
Dopot in that city on Thursday, Oct,
3rd. Mrs. Cobb, who was with him,
summoned assistance and ho was
sent to tho United States Hotel,
directly opposite From thence ho
was removed to Newton College
Hospital and afterwards to his
homo. At latest accounts lie was
improving. Commodoro Cobb is a
relative of Mr, C. II. Eldrodgo of
Fiuday, Nov. 20, 1892.
Prayer by Chaplain. Roll call to
which 510 members nnsworod thoir
names. Tho minutes of tho previous
meeting woro read and approved.
On motion tho voto striking out
tho item of SS000, permanent settle
ment on Iler Majesty the Queen
Dowager, was reconsidered and laid
over for future action.
Noble Williams, from tho Print
ing Committee, reported several bills
Noble Thurston, from tho special
committee having consideration of
Electric Light bills, presented a
lengthy and elaborate report there
on, which was ordered . translated
Tho Order of tho Day being mov
ed motion was made that certain
bills newly printed bo read and re
ferred. Bill No. 202, to provide for tho
payment of mail carriage and sub
sidies between Hawaii and America,
was ordered to lie made tho special
order of tho day for next Thursday.
Bill 203, to authorize tho Minister
of Interior to grant Royal Patents
(Grants) for certain lauds named in
tho Maholo of 1881, was roforrod to
tho Public Lands Committee.
Bill 20i, to lovy a specific tax on
legacies, etc., was roforrod to tho
Bill 205, to provide for tho licens
ing of various professions and voca
tions in tho Hawaiian Islands. Ro
f erred to Judiciary Committee.
Bill 20(i, to consolidate and amend
the law relating to tho vending of
goods, wares and inerchaudi.se with
in tho Hawaiian' Kingdom. Referred
to tho Judiciary Commit leu.
Tho consideration of a proposed
amendment to Article 83 of tho Con
stitution camo up under Unfinished
Business and was on motion further
deferred until next Tuesday.
Bill 5)2, to encourage tho cultiva
tion of coffee and ramie, came up on
second reading and aftor an amend
ment by Noble Thurston, that im
port duties bo remitted, and by
Rep. Ashford that mills, machinery,
etc., used exclusively in tho business,
receive tho benefits of tho bill. Tho
bill passed to engrossment and to
third reading on Tuesday next.
Bill 192a, to oncourago tho culti
vation, canning and preserving of
pineapples and other fruits and for
Urn manufacture of jams, jollies and
fruit syrups, camo up on second
Noblo Thurston offered an amend
ment, to include "pineapples,
pineapplo plants, fruit and fruit
trees or vinos and thoir products,"
in the exemption from taxes. On
motion tho nmondmont was lost.
Considerable argument and dis
cussion was engaged in regarding
tho term of exemption, tho bill rend
ing ton years, many of tho members
believing that live was a long enough
term. Nobles Thurston, Young and
Baldwin and Rop. Smith favored tho
term of ton j'ears, which, on motion,
The second section of tho bill, af
ter tho introduction of an amend
ment by Rep. Ashford, was passed,
and also the bill in its ontiroty. To
engrossment and to third reading
on Tuesday noxt.
At lt:35, on motion of Rop. R. W.
Wilcox, tho Assembly adjourned un
til Tuesday next, tho 20th inst.
Tho organ concert nt Kaumakapili
Church Monday evening commences
at 7: 15 o'clock. Tho adminsion will
bo 25 cents. Following is tho pro
gram: 1. "Triumphal March" . Ib'st
J. "Fantasia on Church Chimes" .Hanis
M r. Wray Taylor.
It. Song "Surrendered" Wright
Mr. Sheldon Painter.
I. Piano "Concerto," with wtring ac
Piano, Sliss llonner; 1st violin. Miss Mc-
Grew; lid violin, R. C. Ilarniicld; violu,
A. Maruues: violoncello. Wrav Tavlor,
5. "Air from Mignon" . . .A. Thomas
M!hs Etta A. Uurgess,
li. "Operatic Selections" (Arranged for
". Anthem "O come let uh sing".. Mason
8. Song 'lAu Evening Melody". Jltiruhv
I). Sextette "EoCalmo" Cohen
Piano, Miss Hopper; 1st violin, Miss Mc
Grew; Flutit, Geo. 11. Par!n; 2d violin,
R. C. Ilarniicld; viola, A, Mannics;
violoncello, Wray Tavlor.
10. (a) Song "To the Portrait" Andre
(Violin obligato by Miss Mi-Grow)
(b) Song "One Spring -Morning"
"He Mole I.ahui Hawill"..Her Majo.stv
A sailor foil overboard from tho
bark Albort yostorday aftornoon
whilo tho vo.ssol was oil tlio islands.
Ho was hauling wator in a liuckot
wlion ho got foul of tho log lino,
which bocomiug taut throw him
ovorboanl. Lifo linos woro thrown
noar him and a boat was lowored'to
pick him up. Thoro was a lioavy
northwohtorly swoll at tho liino, and
it was aflor no littlo troublo that ho
was piuliod up. Tho sailor sustain
ed no injuries.
Tlio band will play tit Thomas
Square this afternoon instead of
Emma Square as formerly on ac
count of tho serious illness of Prof.
G. L. JJabcook.
MUSIC FOR d
Maile Quintet Club"
Will furnish Music at moderate
Dancing, Picnics, Luans, Etc., Etc.
r-Leave orders with Ohas. Crane at
the Central Olllue of the Hawaiian Hull
Telephone Co, Ofetl-lw
FRANCIS O. HAHDY.
Again Gets Into Boiling Wat or and
Gets Out Again.
Francis G. Hardy, a young Eng
lishman, who is credited with having
written tho ".society scandal" item
which appeared in tho Liberal lately,
was arrested yostorday afternoon "n
a cliargo of vagrancy, preferred
against him by D. L. Huntsman, II.
Kloinmo nud others, who claimed to
bo annoyed by him. Tho charge
was vagrancy in being without law
ful moans of support within three
months past. Hardy was arraigned
in tho Police Court this morning,
when ho pleaded not guilty. Several
witnesses woro put on tho stand,
who testified to liavo takon defend
ant in and fed him through charity
for some time past. lion. J. E.
Bush testified to defendant's having
boon employed by him on several
occasions in Ka Loo otlico.
Hardy dofonded himself and stal
ed that it was a putup job on him
by tho witnesses for tho Crown.
ii!8 nonor attor reviewing tno caso
stated that defendant no doubt had
made many ondmio, but his esti
mate of him was rather favorable
Ho would suspend judgment pond
ing his conduct in tho future
Should ho annoy complainants
again lie would bo dealt with sum
marily. If defendant could not keep
out of trouble, tho best thing for
him to do would bo to leavo tho
Hardy aftor his roleaso said in this
otlico that Huntsman, his "fair wea
ther friend," charged him with vag
rancy because ho refused to accede
to a proposition to vommit murder.
Ho declined to state who was to bo
murdered. Hardy camo horo as a I
Balmacedist hero from Chile, and
made himself conspicuous with his
recent accusers t lie time of the ar-I
rests for treason. Thoro seems to I
have been a general disruption of j
tho littlo band that was lately going
to run tho country i
Tho Waikiki Poultry Yard has
young turkeys and sucking pigs for
llinnksgivmg anil Uliristm
rpHK UXDEHSIGXKI) KIUMS HAVK
JL agreed to observe MOXIJAY, the 23th
of November, as a General Holiday, by
closing their respective places of business
during the entire day:
WM.G. IRWIN A-CO.,
M. S. GRIN11AUM & CO..
F. A. SCHAKKUlUtCO.,
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
THKO. II. DAVIHS it CO.,
K. O. HAM, & SON,
PACIFIC HARUWARi: CO.,
KD. HOFKSCHLAKGKR ,t CO.,
CASTI.K .t COOKK,
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
M. W. MrCHKSNEY it SONS,
HENRY MAY .V CO.,
11. E. MclNTYRE A- liRO.,
LEWIS & CO.,
HENRY DAVIS .V CO.,
UNION FEED CO.
W. C. PEACOCK A; CO.,
W. S. I,UOE,
HENHY CONGDON Si CO.,
HAWAIIAN WINE CO.,
G. W. MACFARI.ANE A CO.,
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
II. F. WICHMAN.
ThanksEivine & Chiislmas !
D ' D
Large Fine $$Moiinft Turkeys
Delivered Dressed or Alive.
tXT Call and inspect at
Waikiki Poultry Yard
Or inquire of
0. W. MAOFARI.ANE,
at Macfarlune iV. Co.'s, Kaaliumaur
r AWN MOWERS
TO LET 1IY THE
li ilay, week or
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplicate
Pieces furnished when required. Mucliines
failed for and returned. Also, Repairing
(iarden Hose in fart, can do anything
nerewnry arounn me House or Maine.
juuu up .Minimi Telephone v.fi.
.. i'. jiritiM'.nn,
Brunswick Billiard Parlors
RE-OPEN TO-NIGHT !
IICSt5' This Elognntly Equipped IIvkw
Nkw MiVXAciKsiKNT, and every attempt will
duct it in a manner satisfactory to the public
The Only Non-Dyspeptic Hot Cakes!
Hr K n ,r ,1SSY
mmm . . . . m,'
.appa Kising -
Hot Cakes Made from this
MITCHELL & PETERSON, San Francisco Agents.
B.F. ALLEN &C0.
Hotoon, Newman & Co.
AND KING STREETS.
Camarinos' Kalilii Ranch
Turkeys, Geese, Heavy Roosters
Now being FROZEN will lie ready for
delivery before or on tin- morning
of Thanksgiving Day.
Dressed All Ready for the Oven!
- Kl'l.l 1 VI. MM. ill
Smyrna Figs, Raisins, Dates,
Nuts of all kinds, Etc., Etc.,
Fur the Holiday and Festive Seii-on.
Prices to" suit the times.
California Fruit Market.
Mutual Tel. .'ITS. r7'.l-lm
MVO NICELY FITR-
trallv located. Inquire at
Huli.ktin Olllce. ;t.VJ-tf
DUVA1, PREMISES, 31
lleretania street, op
posite Fort street t'htiu-li.
Apply to It. 1. I.IEI.IE,
;So--'-tf At Theo. II. Davies ,V Co.
-VTEW HOUSE OF FIVE
JLi looms, On Magazine
street, with lluthroom, pat
ent W. C etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu,
to (177-tf) .1. M. VI
?OR A FEW MONTHS
a Larue Unfurnished
Room or Detaehed Out
building, suitable for a
painting ioimii. Address
. T.77-1W P. O. llo i..
A NICE COTTAGE ON
lierelania slieet, near
Piikoi select, containing
P.ulor, 'J llediooms, Bath
room. Diiiiui'room. Pautrv
Servant's loom, ( 'arringe House, Siable, etc
Traineais pass every L'u minutes. Apply tit
..ill.... . .f 1 1.,.. .I.. . ...I !
FOB, SALE or LEASE
X PremNes latelv oeeu-
nied by Mr. E. Suhr. w
tie for sale or lease nt rea
Konahlo piiee or rental. The (iioiiuds eon
tain n viuietv of Fiuit and Ornamental
Trees. The Commodious Dwelling is well
furuiHhed with modern improvements and
conveniences. Roomy Darn and a 'J-Room
Cottage for servants. "For further partieu
lar.s, apply to JOHN ENA,
Ollieo lnlcr-Isliinil Steam Navigation
ANEW FI RST-CEASS FA M I I.Y RATH
ing llesort has been opened at Wai
kiki under the iibovj name by Mns. E. C.
Ho hi:, for tho eom fort and convenience of
thoso wishing to enjoy a sea bath. It is
situated a little beyond the Villa. Tram
cars pas.s the gate.
N. II. -Special arrangements have been
made for Family Picnics and Evening
Ilnthing Parties WKi-tf
. is now iiiidei' a
jo niadu to eon
All are invited.
A j il i
in m ii?r73
are Delicious and Easily Digested.
j i r Tin
What about 20 yards "of Calico for 1 V Sue LEVY.
What about M yards ol" "While Codon rorl? Seo
What about Toys? Sou L13W. . J
What about Hosiery for Ladies and-Children f
"Who gives full value? LEVY.
"Who would be pleased to see you? LEVY.
Who sells for Cash? LEVY.
Who is the man for hard times, anyway? LEVY.
75 Fort Street,
Thanksgiving and Xmas !
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed oil Cooked Food
FOR THE PAST SIX MONTH & IX
Elegant Ooncii-tion for t,lie Tatol !
We do not oiler Skeleton Itirds for sale at ft r0 a piece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed axici loeel If" Desired, i I '
AND DELIVERED THE MORXINO OF DAY FOR FSE
! I.ivo Weight of Itirds vnrj ing from V2. to U0 lbs. -
Prices to S-u.it EreryToociy !
FOJt SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
HOLLISTKR & CO.,
1 O Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
!N S. SACHS
104 3Toit Street, Honolulu,
llnve ynu mm tin- AVii' Iltniuin
Have you neen tin'
Jiave ioii Hani tin- Acw Art
fxicliH Stare t
Have you ncrn tin' Moumjui'tiiirt'
I'uir nt .S'fici' Slorff
Have you neen
the iVcio Silk-
Do you know that the Latest Sinrlticn and Mont
dirtiix be found at Saclix' Slorff
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
JIV LAST STi;.V,Mi:it A VVIA. I.lNi: OK
BLAOZ GOODS I
lllaek Ciihliiuero r.'-iueh widu, M eenti per
ard ami uiMiriU.
lllarU India Uiwu. 1 1 hud; Kreurh l.:nn.
llliu'k Siittei'ii in I'lalu and KiKiireil.
lllaek ('alien in I'laiu and l'lKUn-il.
B. F. EHLERS
Drussmukiin; uiidur thu
X - jETVY".
Swthru at X. S, Such' Storrt
tluit iir? xellini for $1,00 (it S'cicAk '
Silk or Uruprs unit Ftiiinj Work
l'mlri'wd Kill UUn'ex for fl.6U o
Striped and J'olka Dot Vltailte ul
Stylish (iotxi.i can
llliiek, Cotton, Silk mid Kid (Hove In nil
lttilrk Ktiiikllli4 fnr l.mliiw lllnl rlillilri.il.
' lllaek Bilk Warn llenrietto Cloths,
I Kie,, Ktu., Kte., V.iv.
& CO.'S, 99 Forf St,r
inaiiageiiteiit oi Mma K. Ol.AltK, -Ml
v(. .-,4. .