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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FKOM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1. 1892.
l.envo Honolulu. .0:15
Arrlvo Honolulu .8:15
a.m. r.M. r.M.
I'kaki. City Local.
Leavo Honolulu. . . .
Arrlvo Pearl City.
Leavo Pearl 01ty..(l:5.Vt
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
8 Saturdays oxcoptcd.
Tidos, Bun and Moon.
J1Y C. J. LYONS.
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Full Moon on the 3rd nl 31i 40m p. m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1892.
Thuiwd vy, Dec.
Btnir J A Cummins from Koolim
Stnir l'clo from Makaweli
Bohr Moiwnhine from Koholnlcle
Vossols Leaving To-morrow.
Stnir Kinuu for Maui mid Hun nil at 2 p m
From Makaweli per stnir l'elo, Dec. 1
Mrs G Uorehgrovinek.
For Kauai per stmr Mikohala, Nov 30
Her Majesty Queen Dowager Kapiolani, J
Gandall and son, Miss Qaudall, 0 L Brito,
F J Burner, Thomas Lewis. Mr Schmidt,
J K Miller, A S Hartwell, J Eulnger, Dr J
K Smith, Mr Parker, Mrs Sinclair, Miss
Lily Haalieo. Mrs Xinu, C H Bishop and
10 deck. '
Tlie bark Mauna Ala has been moved out
into tho stream.
The steamer Kinau will leavo. to-morrow
nfternoon on her regulur route to Maui and
.The barkentiiie 3. Q. Wilder has been
moved to Drew er's whaif where she will
uwult n cargo of sugar. s
Tlie bark Cojlon has received a full
cargo of sugar and will probably leavo to
morrow for the Coast.
Tho stoamer Pelo arrived this afternoon
from Makawcli, reporting lino weather and
a pleasant trip. She w ill leavo again on
Saturday for Makaweli with coal and lum
DIAS At Honolulu, Nov. 30, to tho wife
of P. A Dias, a daughter.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Elite Ico Cream Parlors."
Mineo Pies can bo had at tho
Palace Ico Cream Parlors.
After shaving uso Cucumbor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith Si Co.,
Dr. McLonnan, 131 Fort street,
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Tolophono 082.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and fil Hotel
street. Lodging by day, weok or
month 25c. and 50o, a night; $1
and $1.25 a weok.
Winter & Winter, Dentists. Otlico,
83 Borotauia street.
Gold fillings S3.00
. Silver ullings 1.00
Teeth extracted 50
Eastern Prices. Mutual Tolo
Lum Kam caused tho arrest of
two Cinnamon, Ah In and Chock
Yum, on a charge of assault and
battery on Tuesday night. Defend
ants woro tried this morning in tho
Polieo Court. Complainant stated
that dofondauts attacked him in a
lano off Maunakea streot without
cause at 9 o'clock that night with
brass knuckles and a bar, causing
him internal injuries and a cut lit).
Ah In in defonso stated thai while
going out tho lano ho brushed com
plainaint with his elbow, when they
had a sot-to in trno pugilistic stylo
and woro separated by Chock Yum.
Yum was discharged and Ah In was
reprimanded and discharged. Chas.
Croighton appeared for tho dofoiibo.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, will
givo a public concert this evening at
Makeo Island, beginning at 7:30
o'clock. Following is tho program:
March Vienna ,, . ..Bcliraiiiiuel
Overturn Preiush Comodv
Cornet Duet Lovers' Farewell
Oram! Selection Murtlm
Three native uoiigu.
Medley Yankoo Tieklo, .
Piccolo Duet Kliia Muim liul,
Wultz Morning Papers . . .
Quadrille lion Jour . . . ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Parts of a siuglo harness liavo been
Diamond Head, 0 i.in. "Woalhor
cloar, wind light oast.
Chan Sing has boon adjudged a
bankrupt by Judgo polo.
M. Papaiakoa has boon appointed
Government poundmastor for lltiolo,
" L. K. Kakani is now Govornmont
poundmastor for tho district of liana,
Lovors of laving in (ho brino aro
directed to tho word"Ilaniwai" olso
Tho Y. M. O. A. business
is postponed until next
Horaco Crabbo has assumed a posi
tion as Customs oilicor undor his
brother, C. L. Crabbo.
S. W. Kokuowa has boon added to
tho list of notaries public for tho
Third Judicial Circuit.
L. II. Doo and family returned
from a flying visit lo tho Coast bj
tho S. S. Australia yesterday.
Tho rosult of tho oloutiou on Maui
will probably como by tho steamer
Waimaualo on Saturday morning.
Tho schooner Dora Bluhm, which
formorly ran botweon San Francibco,
and Hilo, Hawaii, has boon wrecked.
J. Kamalonui has succeeded G.
W. IMalama as a member of tho Road
Board for tho district of Waimoa,
The choir of Central Union Church
will hao rehearsal for tho fust time
in tho now building at 7:!10 this
Arohio S. Mahaulu has assumed
tho dutios of Polieo Station clerk,
succeeding Mr. Irwin, who has re
signed. Somo of tho patrolmen liavo been
dismissed from tho polieo forco
owing to tho number of black marks
J. F. Morgan will commonco a
sorios of holiday sales of useful
goods for Christmas at his salesroom
to-morrow at 10 o'clock.
Albert Bray will bo tried to-morrow
for tho alleged larceny of a pair
of boots valued at S12. J. L. Knulu
kou has given bonds for him.
Tho band gave a delightful con
cert at Thomas Square last evening.
This evening tho conceit will bo at
Makoo Island, Kapiolani Park.
Kalakahuna and Eke woro arrested
on Monday for tho larceny of chick
ens at Kalihi. Eke has turned
state's evidence and will got off.
A sketch of tho now Masonic
building in course of construction
on Alakoa and Hotel streets is on
exhibition in M. Goldberg's, stoio.
Edward Koeningor, bettor known
as tho "Gorman doctor," died at tho
Queen's Hospital on Tuesday after
noon and was buried from tho Cat
holic Cathedral j-ostordnj' afternoon.
Palmor Woods is spoken of as
clerk to P. S. Pratt, Hawaiian Con
sul at San Francisco. Mr. Pratt will
leavo on the noxt Auslialia to as
sumo his duties.
The first trial of tho Makaweli
mill on Kauai will tako placo on
Dec. 15th. Tho machinery is not
all in placo, but will bo soon, and
grinding will bo dono on tho date
Mr. H. C. Roid of tho Honolulu
Iron Works recoived news by last
mail of tho death of his eldest
brother, Thos. F. K. Roid, aged 50,
at Attiquin, Maybole, G. B., on
Y. M. C. A. weok of prayer. To
morrow tho topic for tho noon moot
ing will bo: "Prayer for tho out
pouring of tho Holy Spirit upon all
mon, and tho conversion of tho
world." Isaiah -11:1-5; Micah 1:1-7.
G. H. Babb, leader. .
One of tho wheels of a hack, in
which was Ron. J. A. Akina, refused
to rovolvo on King streot last even
ing and dragged for quite a distance.
A tolophono message brought tho
required groaso and tho lion, mem
ber finished his rido.
John Kahannnui ploaded guilty
in tho Police Court this morning to
tho larceny of a hat and lei, tho pro
perty of Miss Mossinan, valued at
48. Tho offonso boing in tho third
uogreo, no was sontoncou to pay a
fine of SI and SI costs and bo im
prisoned at hard labor for ono year.
Tho rogular monthly meeting of
tho St..Audrow's Church Association
will bo hold this ovoning at 7:30
o'clock in tho Sunday schoolroom.
Aftor routine business, a program of
literary and musical exorcises will
bo rondored. Refreshments will bo
served. You are cordially invited to
attond, and don't forgot to bring a
Tho farewell prayor mooting in
Central Union (old Fort Street)
church last night was highly inter
esting. Brief addresses woro de
livered by Ilis Excellency P. C.
Jonos, Hon. John T. Waterhouso, Jr.,
W. W. Hall, Dr. Whit noy and others.
Mr. Jonos among other things said
both himself and his son wore mar
ried in tho old church.
W. E. ROWELI,.
Appointed as tho Superintendent of
This aftornoon Mr. AV. E. Rowoll
was commissioned as Superintendent
of Public Works by tho Minister of
tho Interior, in place of tho late
Henry W. Mcintosh. Mr. Rowoll, it
will bo remembered, held tlie same
oilico in Mr. Thurston's administra
tion. Ho wtis unpopular, ollicially,
with many of tho mechanics ami
workiugmou, and tho Mechanics'
Union compelled his retirement soon
after Mr, Spencer becamo Minister
of tho Interior. Mr. Rowoll was a
member of tho Legislature of 1881.
TnunsiUY, Doc. 1, 18U2.
Tho moinlrors present woro called
to order for prayor at 9 o'clock, aftor
which tho roll was called to which
21 mombors answered.
At 9:25 a quorum boing present
tho minutes of tho previous mooting
wore read and approved.
Rop. Waipuilani, on behalf of tho
Printing Commit loo, reported Bills
207 and 208 printed and ready for
Noblo Baldwin, from tho Financo
Committee, reported on a petition
relative to having increased facilities
for Portuguese mail delivory at tho
Post Office. Tho committee do not
consider that it is advisablo for tho
Assembly to interfere with tho heads
ol depart mont; tlioy judged, how
ever, that ovory effort would bo
mado to moot tho wants of tho pub
lic. Report adopted.
Rop. Ashford, from tho Judiciary
Committee, reported on a claim of
II. Fisher, an lrydraulio ongineor,
for S000.38 for services in connection
with determining tho water flow
fiom tho mountains in Kohala and
llnmakua, Hawaii. Tho committee
recommend tho insertion of tho item
in tho Appropriation Bill. Report
Noblo Baldwin stated that tho
Committee on Financo, in accord
with a resolution, had visited tho
oilico of tho Board of Health and
had witnessed tho destruction of
tho vouchors belonging to tho Lopor
bouloment anil tlie store ol rtala
Tho Minister of Financo present
ed and road for tho first time a bill
to amend tho law relating to tho ro
coipt and custody of public moneys
and tho audit of accounts.
Noblo Droior wanted to know what
had become of the Opium Commit
too which had bills under considera
tion. Had thoy submitted to tho
influoueo of tho drug and gono to
Noblo Marbdon said that ho was a
member of that comniitteo; thoy had
agreed upon a bill which was to bo
drafted by Rep. xVshford, and thoy
woro still waiting.
Rop. Kamauoha moved that the
item, "Queen's Guard, SK5,0GG.G0,"
passed in tho Appropriation Bill
yesterday, bo reconsidered. Carried.
At 10.03 the Older of tho Day was
moved and Bill 202, relating to mail
subsidies, tho .special order, was
brought up. Action was, on mo
tion, doferred, on account of tho ab
sence of mombors of tho committee
which had had tho bill undor con
sideration. Bill 110, relating to tho abolition
of tho oilico of Fno Marshal, came
up on third reading. Action was
dofeired on account of tho absence
of tho introducer.
Bill 79, relating to tho practice of
dentistry, came up on third reading.
Rop. R. AV. AVilcox considered that
tlioio was somo good in tho bill and
moved that it bo roforred lo a com
niitteo for revision.
Rop. Ashford favoied tho bill. Ho
considered that it was most neces
saiy that coinpolent persons only
should bo allowed to practico dentis
Noblo Mar.sdon mocd that Sec
tion 3 bo amended by compelling all
thoso who desired to practico den
tistry to undergo an examination.
Noblo Ena favored indefinite post
ponement. Ho considered that tho
bill, if it becamo law, would create
a close corporation. Ho was opposod
to trusts and therefore was opposed
to the bill.
Rop. Kaunamauo favored indefi
nite postponement. Ho argued that
a jealousy was liable to spring up in
tho profession and that tho Board if
appointed would not always act
justh. Ho instanced tho trouble
Dr. Smith and Dr. Lyons, botli old
and capable physicians, had to ob
tain liconso to practice through tho
autocratic action of members of tho
Board of Health.
Rop. Akina favored roforonco to a
special committee in accord with
Rep. Wilcox's motion.
Noblo Young boliovod in tho
licensing of those desiring to prac
tico dentistry anil also that thoy
should bo oxaminod. Ho instanced
thodangorof carolossness or ignor
ance in tho uso of tho instruments.
Rop. Smith favored the passago of
tho Bill. Ho considered that Noblo
Etia's remarks were unsound.
Rep. Ashford moed to amend
Section 2 by making tho proposed
Board consist of 3 physicians and
2 dentists. That would givo a great
or degree of fairness to tho deci
sions. Noblo Marsdon favored roforonco
to a committee.
Rop. While favored tho proposed
examination and certification as hot
fortli in tho Bill. Ho related his
own experience as a dental practi
tioner, lie said that somo years ago
ho was an oilico boy to a physician
in Lahaina. Mr. Ilalstoad (now of
Waialua) camo in with nn ach
ing tooth and desired it pulled.
Ho acknowledged his inability but
tho offer of SI and Mr. Halstoad's
willingness to stand punishment in
duced him to act as dentist. Tho
doputi'-shorilf was brought in to
hold tho patient. Ho (Rep. White)
although he had seen tho doctor
draw tooth, yet when ho got tho
forceps ho got tho wrong kind and
after a wrestle of nearly four hours
are you trying to
0, go way! What
tell uM (Laugh-
Rop. Whito, continuing, amondod
tho four hourh by saying "half an
hour." (Laughter.) JIo wished to
hhow Hint incompetent people often
times tilled tho role of dontibts, there
fore it was necessary that praeli
tionorn bliould bo oMimiuod,
On motion boing put, that to inde
finitely postpone was lost, and that
to refer to a special committee, ear
ned. Bill 110, to abolish the oilico of
Fire Marshal, etc., camo up on third
Noble Thurston moved tho inde
finite, postponement of tho bill.
Lost, 17 to 1-1.
A motion was mado that recess bo
Tho bill was road through and a
motion to tablo was lost, 10 to 1 1.
A motion was mado that tho bill
pass and that tho ayes and nays bo
.Ponding action tho Assembly a)
11 :55 look recess until 1 :!10 p. m.
KILLED THE BILL.
Dofoat ot tho Morifmio for Abolish
ing tho Ofllco of Firo Marshnl.
This afternoon tho bill to abolish
tho oilico of Fire Marshal, and con
for its duties on tho Chief Engineer
of tho Honolulu Firo Department,
was dofoated by a vote of 15 for and
20 against it. Tho measure was
directly contrary to the sovoral
times oxprossed dosiro of tho Board
of Representatives of the Depart
ment. Tho following is tho vote on
a motion that the bill pass:
Ayos Minister Robinson; Nobles
Malic. Kauhano, J. M. Horner, Hind,
Marsdon, and W. Y. Hornor; Rops.
Bipikano, Ashford, Aki, R. W. Wil
cox, A. Horner, Kaunamauo, Kamau
oha and Smith 15.
Noos Ministers Wilcox and
Brown; Noblos Borgor, Ena, Pua,
Williams, Hoapili, oung, Baldwin,
Andorson and Thurston; Rops.
Wilder, Kauhi, Waipuilani, White,
Kanealii, Edmonds, Kaluna, Iosopa
and Akina 20.
Absent Minister Jonos; Noblos
Hopkins, Potorson. Walbridgo and
Kanoa; Rops. Bush, Koahou, Ka-
pahu, A'olnnu and A. S. Wilcox.
Improvomonts at Kapiolani Park.
The directors of Kapiolani Park,
boing desirous of making this favor
ite placo of resort as attractive as
possiblo, liavo latoby provided Makoo
Island with a number of comforta
ble benches, so that those who wish
to attend tho delightful moonlight
band concorts which aro hold thoro
monthly will now find good seats to
rest on while listening to Borgor's
swoot strains. Tho directors aro
also constructing undor tho Gowun
inont road a substantial stono cul
vort to carry off tho surplus water
which accumulates in tho Park
ponds during heavy rains, and which
has threatened destruction to a part
of tho main road and seawall on
more than ono occasion.
With but a limit od appropriation
at their command to meet all cur
rent expenses, thoso extra drains on
tho Association's purso become
rathor hard to bear, and tho funds
aro now about exhausted. It is to
bo hoped, however, that tho Legisla
ture, while cutting down expenses
and economizing m all directions,
will boar in mind that this Park is
now a public pleasure ground, and,
for tho small annual outlay which it
costs tho Government, returns more
real enjoyment to tho community
than any other institution support
ed by tho public purso.
For tho Season.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co. aro dis
playing Dinner, Breakfast, Chamber
and Tea Sots in Doulton Ware and
Copoland; examples suitable for
presents in Haviland, Copoland,
Royal Worcester, Royal Devon and
Bisquo; Bisquo Figures; Rochester
Lamps; a few Fancy Clocks, and
many othor articles.
Hingham Buckets, plain and paint
ed, in nests. Every housokeoper
should have a supply of theso.
Rofrigorators and Ico Chests of
the most improved patterns.
Pictures and Picture Frames.
Picture Framing in all its branches
A visit to tho art rooms is invited.
A man named Livernash charged
with attempting to murder Darius
Ethbridgo at Clovordalo, California,
in Ootobor last year, was hypnotized
by doctois while on the stand at tho
trial at Santa Rosa, and made to re
hearse tho tragedy in that condition.
Later advices stato that doubt is
thrown by medical testimony on tho
completeness of tho mesmeric trance
and that there is strong suspicion
that ho was humbugging tho hypno
Trail robber Sontagwas sontonced
to prison for lifo at Fresno on Nov
Those who have not
used Boscbee's Ger
man Syrup for some
severe and chronic
trouble of the Throat
and Luugs can hard
ly appreciate what a truly wonder
ful medicine it is. The delicioii3
sensations of healing, easing, clear
ing, strength-gathering and recover
ing are unknown joys. For Ger
man Syrup we do not ask easy cases.
Sugar and water may smooth a
throat or stop a tickling for a while.
This is as far as the ordinary cough
medicine goes. Iloschee's Gennau
Syrup is a discovery, a great Throat
and Lung Specialty. Where for
years there have been sensitiveness,
pain, coughing, spitting, hemorr
hage, voice failure, weakness, slip
ping down hill, where doctors and
medicine and advice havebeeu swal
lowed and followed to the gulf of
despair, where there is the sickening
conviction that all is over and the
end is inevitable, there we place
German Syrup. It cures. You are
a live man yet if you take it.
OK WAIKIKI ltOAI). PAHTBOKKIN
glu llarnem. Pimlcr will be suit
ably ruwurtled by returning to this olliie,
nin: vi:i:ki.y liyi.LiTiN-w cou
I iimiiuiif Iiiterustlni: Kcadilii: Mutter.
' lblaudu,ili mailed to foreign oountrica, 0.
B.F ALLEN &C0
Hotoron, Newman & Co.
AM) KING SlitrXTS.
K.-S. Mooiir, Supt. W. H.Tvmoii, Pres.
Ristloii Iron Works,
hui Minns ok
Improved Sugar Machinery
BOILERS & ENGINES.
For Irrigating nml Water Works purpous
Of .111 (MlML'ItJ.
Wrought Iron & Steel Water Pipe.& Flutning
MATIIKROX LOClv-IOINT PUT.,
HEINE SAFETY BOILER,
i:tc, nu, i:tc, r.te.
CW Tor further particulars ami cata
K.isd.oia Iron. Works,
Sau rrauuKco, California.
O "Y" S T E IE. S
Per S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
JJni. Ill J'i:u:i,HOXi:,3 Mutum. in
At McKinley Prices!
Departure Bay Coal
12 JiL T03ST!
IV Delivered to nnv part of Honolulu
HUSTACE & CO.
up Xii. Ill on
For Yokohama !
Tho Nippon Yusou Kalsha's Steamship
" Yamashiro Mam"
Will leavo this port for Yokolinma direct
On TUESDAY, Dec. 6th,
AT 1! O'CLOCK P. M. SIIAKP.
B Por particular regarding Krelght
and Passage, apply to
W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THi: ADJOlTit.N'P.l) AN'NUAI.
Meeting of the KtocUholderh of the
Pailile. Sugar Mill held on Tuesday, tho
lth instant, the following olllcttrs were
P. A. hchaefer
Chas. It. JtMiop
.1. H. Paty
Honolulu, Nov. .SO, WU.
Al'IKST-rLAfrS KA.MI1-Y IIATHIN'CI
HeMirt at WailJUl TramcariJ puss
the gate, Special arrangements can bo
mailu for Kamll) Picnlts and Kculiig
llathiiig Parties. te-tl
Bon-Ton Dressmaking Parlors,
Comer Pint A Uuretaula uta,
Experienced Dressmakers just from the Coast
Iff- l julliw giving tin a call aro uwiircd
ol pcrfcul ballsfaetlon, 0b0-'J
M-i 9"& l l tvv A
What about s20 yards of Calico for $1 ? Soc LEVY.
What about 1-1 yards of White Cotton for $1? See
about Toys? Sue
about Hosiery for
Who would be pleased to see you? LEVY.
AVho sells for Cash? LhTVY.
Who is the man for hard times, anyway? LEVY.
JsK. SL X
75 Fort Street,
Thanksgiving and Xmas !
A Herd of .Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
ron Tin: past six months in
Elegant Oonciition for -tone TetTole !
Wo tlo not oiler bkeluton ltirds for Mile at $l.fiO a piece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed a.xici Iced. If Desired
AND i)i:mvkki:i tup, moknmng op day rou usr.
S Live Weight of llirds ar.mg from 12 to 20 lbs. tU
Prices to Siait E-ver-y-Toocly !
FOR SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO:
"' i W3-1 1 miffc "---. --, i, ;-!, , i--
HOLLISTEK, & CO.,
IO Fort, Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
N. S. SACHS'i
104 Fort Street, Honolulu..
Have you turn lhr New Itamnn
I Have you seen the
llaxe you si en the
Sachs' Store t
Xew Art Silki
Jlave you si en the Monsquetaire
I'air at Sachs' Store?
Have you seen
Suchi' Store t
the Xew Silk-
Ho you know that the lalist Xovilties and
thanis he found at Sachs' Store?
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
iiy last sri:.YMi:it a vvi.u i.ini: op
BLACK GOOIDS I
lllack Cashmere I'.Mmh wide, f0 cents per
yard and upwards,
lllack India Lawn, liluck French Unwi.
lliuck hatteen in Plain mid Figured,
lllack Calico in Plain and Flguiod,
B. F, EHLERS &
jtW l)ruamukiiig under the muiiugmuvut of Mist K. QLAltK,
and Children? See
Sashes nt X. S. Sachs' Sforef
that ure selling or $1.UU at tmchf
Jor Drapes and Fancy Work- ut
Undressed Kid litotes or
Striped and I'olka Dot Vhaillea all
Most btylish Hoods din
lllack, Cotton, bilk and Kid Gloves in all
lllack blockings for Uullcs anil Children,
lllack bilk Wurii llenrlette Cloths,
P.tc, 1'tc., lHc., Ktc.
CO.'S, 99 For.tSt.
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