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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FUOM AND AFTrill OCTOBER 1. 1802.
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LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
J. F. Bowler litis a cottago to lot.
Soo tho now Floral SotsatBonson,
Smith & Co.
soil barloy at
J. F. Morgan will
Hollistor & Co.
Forfutnos in groat variety at Bon
son, Smith & Co.
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l.ust Qunitci' of the Moonun the loth iitllh.
CSin. p. in.
Tho band will not play at Quoou
Emma Hall this ovoning.
Now ideas in Perfumes for holiday
presents at lionson, smith Co.
Morgan's noxt Christmas sale is
postponod till Thursday ovoning
Bonson, Smith & Co. exhibit a
long list of porfumos for tho holi
days. Tho public schools will have a
vacation commoncing on Frida3r of
Mrs. F. S. Pratt will leavo for San
Francisco on tho noxt trip of tho
Thursday, Doc. 8, 1892.
Government ollicos closed inform
ally at noon to-da' for tho funeral
of tho lato ox-Ministor Austin.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1892.
Thursday, Doc. 8.
Selir Millo Morris from Koolau
Schr Mary 13 Foster from Kauai
Thursday, Dec. 8.
Am bk Coylon, Calhoun, for San Francisco
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr W G Hall for Maui od Hawaii at 10
Stmr Waialealo for Lahaina and Hamakua
Fort Street Church and furniture
will bo sold at auction by J. F. Mor
gan at 10 o'clock Saturday.
Ah Fook was lined $200 in tho
Police Court yesterday for playing
cho fa. Ho noted an appeal.
Tobkuchou and Schaumconfoct
gorado wio in Doutschland boi Hart
ii Co., Elite Ico Croam Parlors.
M. Mclnoruy has boon appointed
administrator of tho estate of tho
latoH. W. Mcintosh, under .13000
The steamer W. G. Hall will leavo to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock on her usual
The steamer Waialeale. after a vacation
of several months, will leave to-morrow for
Lahaina and ports on Hamakua. Captain
Smyths will command her.
GREIG In this citv, Dec. 8, Elizabeth,
daughter of the late Governor Greig of
Fannings Island, aged 10 years.
Tho U. S. S. Boston's mou wore
landed for drill on tho Plains this
morning. The martial music was
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Woatlior
hazy, wind light northeast. Schoon
er Millo Morris returning and Mary
Foster off port.
Tho insignificant half-white Liber
al is boiling over with boils. To
borrow Bush's language, it is a de
J. Bolabola escaped from tho
prison gang on December 7 and was
recaptured yesterday. Ho will ap
pear in Court to-morrow.
M. Mclnoruj, administrator of the
estate of H. W. Mcintosh, deceased
intostato, offers for sale a valuable
collection of mechanic's tools.
See tho new announcement of the
Tomplo of Fashion. The entire stock
of toys and Xmas goods is to be
closed out without reserve.
The Obsequies of Colonel Jonathan
Tho funeral of tho lato Col. Jona.
Austin this afternoon was attended
by a largo concourse, notwithstand
ing its being from the residence at
Waikiki whoro ho died. Besides
ladies in number sufiicient to nearly
fill the largo parlor where tho body
lay, tho following gentlemen wore
noticed as present:
His Excellency J. L. Stovons, Unit
ed States Minister; His Excellency
J. Hay Wodehouso, British Minister;
His Excellency A. S. Cloghorn, Gov
ernor of Oahu; Major tho Hon. J.
"W. Robertson, H. M.'s Chamborlain;
SonhorA.de S.Canavarro, Portuguese
Charge d' Affaires; thoir Excellencies
Goo. N. Wilcox, P. C. Jones and M. P.
Robinson; Ministers of tho Crown;
Captain Wiltso of tho U. S. S. Bos
ton; Mr. H. W. Schmidt, Consul for
Sweden and Norway; Mons. Vizza
vona, acting French Commissioner;
Mr. T. R. Walker, British Vico
Consul; Capt. H. W. Mist, R. N.;
Hons. W. D. Aloxandor, S. M. Da
mon, Justice S. B. Dolo,H.M. Whit
ney, Saml. Parker, Paul Neumann,
W. F. Allen, J. B. Athorton, R. D.
Walbridgo, Jas. Anderson, C. W.
Ashford, W. C. Wilder and A. O.
Fernandez; Rovs. E. G. Bockwith,
D. D., C. M. Hyde, D. D., S. E.
Bishop and W. B. Oloson; Dr. N. B.
Emerson, Principal F. L. Hosmor
of Oahu College, Dr. Anderson,
Messrs. A. S. Hartwoll, C. T. Gulick,
G. West, C. M. Cooko, Honry E.
Cooper, Henry Watorhouso, Robert
Lishmau, M. N. Sanders, W. R. Cas
tle, C. Hammor, C. E. Williams, W.
F. Williams. W. L. Hopper, L. Ad
lor, T. J. Shorwood, J. N. Wright,
C. J. Lyons, J. C. White, Andrew
Brown, V. F. Love, J. S. McCand
loss, H. A. Parmoloo, C. L. Carter,
P. Taylor, J. H. Sopor, T. G. Thrum,
W. C. Parko, L. L. La Piorro, E. B.
Thomas, L. O. Abies, W. W. Hall,
H. F. Wichman, Goo. B. Castle,
Daniel Logan, and others.
Rov. Dr. Bockwith conducted re
ligious services, tho choir of Contral
Union Church singing appropriate
hymus. Thoro wore many beautiful
floral emblems, notably a splendid
pioco contributed by tho Free
Tho following pall-boarors repre
sented the native land of tho la
mented gentleman, tho G. A. R., tho
Masons and the citizous: Consul
Gonoral Sovoranco, A. S. Hartwoll,
Capt. Mist, C. T. Gulick, Hon. J. O.
Carter, J. A. Hassingor, J. N.
Wright and M. N. Sandors. Tho
cofiin was of finoly polished koa
wood with silver trimmings. Thoro
wore fifty carriages in tho funeral
procession to Nuuanu Cemetery.
Tho monthly mooting of tho
Board of Representatives of tho
Honolulu Fire Department will bo
hold at tho Boll Tower this ovoning.
Don't forgot tho Minstrel ontor
tainmont on Saturday ovoning. It is
a long time since ono was given hero,
and this promises to eclipse tho last
A special auction sale of general
merchandise will bo hold by L. J.
Levey at 10 o'clock to-morrow. You
likoly requiro something in tho list
to bo found in this paper.
Monday, Docombor 26, and Mon
day, January 2, respectively, will bo
tho official celebration daj'sof Christ
mas and Now Year's, owing to tho
proper datos falling on Sundays.
N. S. Sachs contributes tho most
interesting matter for tho perusal of
ladies in this issuo. Tho Popular
Millinery House can bo counted on
at ovory season to uphold its fine
An oldorly native woman caused no
little amusement to tho uninitiated
at tho departure of the S. S. Austra
lia yesterday. Sho gave the Hawai
ian can-can in true aucieut stylo with
tho molo (song) in tokon of Aloha
to the Hawaiian Consul at San
Fraucisco, F. S. Pratt.
Thoro was a crowded attondanco
last night at the first prayer meeting
hold in tho Sunday School room of
tho now Contral Union Church.
Temporary chairs wore provided for
seating accommodation. Appro
priate addresses wore given by tho
pastor, Dr. Bockwith, and others.
Police Justice Fostor has render
ed a decision in tho assumpsit suit
of Jos. Tinker vs. A. Rosa, execu
tor, giving plaintiff judgment for the
lull amount, $zzi). Tlio case was
that of tho loss of two horses on de
fendant's pasturo land, reported pre
viously in this paper. Appeal was
Thoro was quite a hubbub on board
tho S. S. Australia in tho stoorago
yesterday prior to doparturo. A
Portuguoso woman owed some monoy
and was approached by tho creditor.
Sho said she had no money and vory
littlo clothes, but tho hard-hearted
oroditor persisted and it was with
no littlo porsuasion that ho could
bo induced to lot tho woman go.
We have just oponod a lino of tho
latest publications in Etchings,
Artotypos, Pastels and other sheet
pictures. King Bros.
Hon. J. S. Walker offorB a reward
fur tho rocovory of a valuable Gor
don setter dog.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Judge Bickorton hoard ono caso in
tho Intermediary Court to-daj'. A.
G. Corroa vs. A. A. Silva. Assump
sit. Defendant's appeal from Police
Court of Honolulu, Judgment for
$20, plaintiff to pay costs. A. G.
Corroa for plaintiff; J. A. Magoon
for defendant. Fourteen cases wore
Victor Koawo, a mombor of tho
baud, died last night. Ho was ailing
for throe or four months. His placo
was that of second bass player, and
contra bass in tho string orchestra.
Koawo joined tho baud in 1877. Ho
will bo buried with all tho honors
from tho Catholio Cathedral at 1
o'clock this afternoon.
To-morrow afternoon at 5 o'clock,
Mr. Maltby, tho far-famed wheel
man, who is bookod for a grand per
formance at Romond Grove Satur
day afternoon, will ride on the largo
wheel only of his bioyclo from tho
Armory to Kingstroot, along .King
to Fort, up Fort to Hotel street, and
through Hotel street to tho Armory,
accompanied by tho local wheelmen.
Assembly convened at 9
for pravor. Roll call and
reading of minutes. Minutes ap
proved. Noblo Walbridgo from tho Finance
Committee presented a report on
tho Audit Act. Tabled for consider
ation with tho bill.
Noblo Williams from tho Printing
Committoo reported Bills 211, 212,
213 and 2H printed. Ordored to bo
Ron. Waipuilani from tho Dentis
try Committoo prosontod a report
on tho bill recommending that tho
bill bo passed.
Noblo Ena moved that tho report
bo tabled and tho bill bo indefinitely
postponed. On motion tho report
was tabled for consideration with
Rep. Smith moved tho recon
sideration of tho item rolativo to
Salary of Superintendent of Water
Tho Minister of Finauco made a
statomont showing that the sum of
$7211.77 had boon received from
Hospital tax during tho past poriod.
Ho desired to know how tho uso of
tho fund could bo obtained. On
motion tho question was foforrod to
tho Judiciary Coinmitteo.
Rop. Edmonds questioned tho
Minister of Finauco rolativo to tho
names and residences of those who
are enjoying scholarships paid for
by tho Uovorninont.
Noblo Williams moved reconsider
ation of tho item of salary of Super
intendent of Public Works. Car
Tho Ordor of tho Day boiug mov
ed tho following bills wore road:
Bill 113, to aid tho Honolulu Lib
rary and Reading Room, was road a
second time, and on motion of No
blo Marsdou, seconded by Rop.
White, passed to engrossment and
ordored for third reading on Satur
Bill 113, to authorize the obtain
ing of a loan for tho assistance of
tho Hamakua railroad.
Noblo J. M. Hornor favored tho
bill; it would dovolop tho district;
tho investment would bo a good ono.
Ho moved tho bill bo considered
section by section.
Noblo Williams considered that
consideration of this bill now would
bo somewhat premature. Ho favorod
doforring action until after tho
Bank Act had beon disposed of.
Hop. buutli lavorecl the motion to
consider tho bill now, section by sec
tion. Minister Jonos said that he did
not dosiro to throw cold wator on
the schemo, but ho thought it might
bo bettor to dofor consideration for
Attorney-General Brown was of a
Vote was had on a motion to refer
tho bill to a committee, to report
noxt Session. Two standing votes
were taken showing 20 to 20. Tho
ayes and noes woro then takon on
tho question, again rosulting in a tio
20 to 20 as follows:
Ayos Ministers Wilcox, Robinson,
Jonos and Brown; Nobles Borgor,
Ena, Williams, Mailo, Kauhauo,
Hind, Young, Cornwoll, Walbridgo,
LAnderson, Kanoa and Droior; Reps.
wuuor, ivaulu, ivamauoha aim A. b.
Noos Nobles Hopkins, Pua, J. M.
Hornor, Hoapili, Marsdon and W. Y.
Hornor; Reps. Bipikano, Ashford,
Pua, A. Hornor, Kauuamano, Wai
puilani, Kapahu, Nahinu, White,
Kanoalii, Edmonds, Kaluna, Iosopa
and W. O. Smith.
Absent Nobles Potorson, Cum
mins, Baldwin and Thurston; Rons.
Aki, R. W. Wilcox, Bush, Koahou
President Walker cast tho decid
ing vote in favor of reference to a
commission and appointed tho fol
lowing: .Nobles J. JM. Homer, Thurs
ton and Hind; Minister Brown and
Under suspension of tho rules tho
Attorney-General prosontod a report
on Bill 201, relative to tho incroaso
of duty on liquors and recommend
ed that it pass. Report tablod for
consideration with tho bill.
JNoblo Williams saul that it being
near tho hour of rocoss ho would
draw tho attention of the members
to tho doath of Hon. Jonathan Aus
tin. Tho deceased was an honored
mombor of a past Cabinet, and ho
(tho speaker moved that tho Houso
adjourn until to-morrow out of re
spect to Mr. Austin's momory.
Rop. Ashford desiring to present
a roport Noblo Williams withdrew
his motion pro torn,
Rop. Ashford prosontod a roport
from an Opium Committee rolativo
to tho licensing of tho sale of opium
and rocommonding that licenses bo
granted. Roport tabled for future
Noblo Williams resumed his mo
tion and tho Houso thereupon at
Reception by Number One to Fore
man Moro Other Companies.
After an absonco of sovoral months
on Kauai, Robort Moro, foreman of
Honolulu Engino Co. No. 1, presided
last night at tho monthly mooting
of that company. T. R. Lucas was
ro-olocted dologato to tho Board of
Ropresoutativos. After business the
mombors gavo "gonial Bob" a wel
come nomo Willi urn tu win iimsiu.
Goo. Ritman, tho ininiitablo song
and banjo artist, aud his voicoful
shadow, William Charlock, with tiro
loss gleo porformod thoir minstrelsy
at short intervals throughout four
floot hours. Thoro woro songs by
Mr. Moro himself, D. W. Roach and
Mr. Downer, as woll as music from a
nativo string trio. G. J. Cavanagh
also gavo able assistance in tho enter
taining of tho company.
J. T. Downoy presented tho fore
man with the best regards of tho
Firo Police, and tho compliments of
tho Hooks woro convoyed by tho
dologato of that body. Mr. Moro
proposod tho health of tho assistant
foreman, J. D. McVeigh, to whoso
ablo management of tho company ho
attributed tho occasion of tho good
reports of its working ho had hoard
while away. Mr. McVeigh modestly
transferred a big share of tho honors
to Pat Hughos, engineer, aud Jack
B. Warner, driver. As oaoh of tho
trio rospondod, ho was saluted with
throe rousing cheors and a "tiger."
Mr. Moro has boon at tho head of
this company for many years, aud
to his able management, as well as
tho thorough confidence ho inspires
in tho men, is duo tho high position
hold by No. 1 in the brigade. Ho is
always to tho front at a firo when at
homo, and no matter how long his
business may take him out of town,
as on this last occasion, tho com
pany will not allow him to forfeit
the foromanship. There is not a
fireman in tho Department more
competent to command than Robort
Moro, and thoro is littlo doubt that
noxt year ho will bo placed in tho
position ho has long since oarned
Chief Engineer of tho Honolulu
MECHANIC ENGINE COMPANY.
Assistant Foreman C. H. Clark
presided, in tho absonco of Foreman
Carl Widomann, at tho mooting of
Mechanic Engino Co. No. 2. Charles
Horrick was oloctod a mombor, mak
ing tho complement of fifty active
mombors proscribed by law. Five
other names woro proposed, of men
in ovory way desirable, but they
woro remorsolossly black-balled by a
minority standing on "a groat con
stitutional principle." Reconsidera
tions wore carried but without avail,
except in the caso of Charles Lud
wigson, who squoozod in on a second
Notico was given of an amend
ment to tho by-laws, providing that
honorary mombors should neither
pay dues nor vote.
E. R. Ryan made a motion to have
tho captain of tho Volunteer Boj-s
olecteu by tho sonior company, but
tho proposition was sat on heavily.
I100K AND LADDEK.
Protection Hook & Ladder Co.,
Foreman G. K. Norton presiding,
did littlo oxcopt electing ollicors for
tho ensuing year, as follows:
Goo. K. Norton, Foreman;
David Kawananakoa, Assistant
Gus M. Rose, Secretary;
S. K. Aki, Treasurer;
. Daniel Logan, Dologato.
A gut oi a sot oi pictures oi ox
Chiefs of tho Dopartmont, from First
Assistant Engineer J. H. Hunt, was
acknowledged with a vote of thanks.
The Event of the Season !
WHAT IS TUB EVEXT ? WHY THE LATE IMPORTATION OF
WHICH ARRIVED ON THE "AURTRAL1A," AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
1ST- JS- SACHS',
104 Fort St.
3STe"W" I 3STo"vel I Inexpensive I
For Melul, Plush and Golluloiil, Toilot and Manicure
For Fancy Silk, Iliuiilpiuntetl, .Toweled anil Embroidored Ohiiir Drapes
For Pure Linen, Ten, Tray, Table and Sideboard Covers and Hope FI098
For Novelties in Hnntlpaintcd Fans and Hundkcrchiof Sachets
For Fine'Lcuthor Hand Bigs, Curd Cases and a World's Fair Purse
For Ladies' Fiuc Purusols and Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Childrun's Cashmere und Silk Coats, Silk Hats, Silk and Muslin IJouncts
For Undressed Mousquotuirc Kid Gloves, tan bIiiuIcsj reduced to $1.00
For Gent's Silk Ncgligo Shirts, Windsor Scarfs and Silk Pajamas
For Ladies' Chiffon Scarfs and Chiffon Handkerchiefs in delicate shades
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Immense Variety at Exceptionally Low Prices.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' & Children's Dainty Colored Border Handkerchiefs at 60c, 75c,
1.00, .25 and $1.50 per dozen.
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(Best value ever ofTcrcd) at 20c, 2.rc. and 35c. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn Work and
Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
Ludies would do well to inspect our Stock before making their selections elsewhere.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION" SALE OF
On SATURDAY, Dec. 10,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, 1 will bell at Public
100 Sacks Whole Barley!
200 Sacks Rolled Barley!
What about 20 yards of Calico for 1V Sec LEVY.
"What about 14. yards of White Cotton for 1? See
Attention, Mechanics I
A RARE OPPORTUNITY.
FoFt St Church
about Toys? See LEVY,
about Hosiery for Ladies and Children? See
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.
3VE. S. LEVY,
An Al Collection of Mechanic's Tools, tho
Property of tho lato HKNKY W.
Suitublo for hock or Gunsmith.
1 Complete Set of Wood Cnrvcr'a Tools.
Chest of Carpenter's Tools, comprising
some Fine Pianos and Saws, Drawing
Hoards and Trestles for sumo.
1 Hurt Patent Duplex Dio Stock, size AA.
Lightning Dio Stock,
75 Fort Street,
1 Wiley and Kussoll
:VX1 to 0-32.
Callipers, Drills, Levels
othor useful Tools.
The above mentioned Articles ran
lie (.cen at tho shop of Mr. V. Wilhclm,
8T" For further particulars enquire of
Administrator Kstato of H. W. Mcintosh.
On SATURDAY, Dec.
AT 1U O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho promi-es corner of lleretania and
Fort Streets. 1 will -cl at
The Old ChurGh Building
In Lots to Suit;
2 8-Light Chandeliers,
2 4-Light Chandeliers,
Bracket Lamps, Old Matting,
1 Hoisting Doom, Old Lumber,
1 Large Granite Post. Etc.
Ituildinix to bo removed within
throe weeks from date of sale. This sale
oilers a favorable chance to obtain Pews,
etc., for Church or Meeting House furnishing.
s 0xr Stools, of
Death of Lizzio Groig.
Lizzio Groifj, daughtur of tho Into
Govornor Groiy of Farming's Island,
diod to-day at tho Queou'a Hospital
at 10 o'clock. Miss Groig camo from
San Francisco about two months
ago, at tho request of hor physician,
who thought that tho change would
bonolit hor health. Sho had boon
attending school in that city for
four years, and lnttorly contracted
a heavy cold, which resulted in con
sumption and hor ultimate death.
Sho loaves bovoral brothers aud sis-,
tors to mourn hor untimely loss, sho
being only in her sixtoonth year. Tho
funeral will take placo to-morrow at
10 o'clook from St. Andrew's Catho
dal. Pictures! Pictures! Pictures! Don't
forgot to include a picturo with your
Christina presents aud that King
Bros, have a lino lino of now Mibjoets
of all sorts with prices to suit tho
Thanksgiving and Xmas !
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
FOR THK PAST SIX MONTHS IN
Elegant Oondition for trie TetTole !
Wo do not oiler Skeleton llirds for sale at $1.50 a piece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed and Iced. If Desired
AND DKLIVKKKD THK MOUSING OK DAY KOU USK
Cfe- Live Weight of llirds varying from 12 to IM lbs. -&
Prices to Smit Everybody !
FOR SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Kodaks I Christmas
IS NOT QUITK KXHAUSTKD
Prices from T.OO to $75.QO.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
108 Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
LOBT, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
FUOM MY I'UKMISKS,
Nuuanu Avenue, a Yalit
hlo Young Gordon Sutter
Dog. A suitable reward will
he given for its return.
6Ul-8t J. S, WALKKU.
GOTTAHi: TO LKT ON
King Street, lately oc
cupied hy Mrs. Kleining,
I'ontiiliiliiL' Two Bedrooms.
Parlor, Dlnlugrooni, Kitchen and ltatu
rooui: also Stahlcs. Carriaue House and
Servants' Quarters: reasonable rout. Ap
ply to J. 1 UOWLKU.
ho uuid foru Hutmi
strayed from its stuhlo
...ini.u. u.ui.i.ak. .' w r -j . . m.
Horse is dark color with ; '"r
a defect in the left eye and iomo skin dis
ease ubout the head. A reward for its re
turn will ho paid ftt 131 Port, uhove Hotel
Street ' Wl.
C. .1. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
at root for sale.
Hoot Beer on draught at Beusou,
Smith & C'o.'h.
Mince 1'ies ean bo had at tho
Palace Ico Cream Parlors.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agonts.
Dr. Mclennan, 181 Fori Btreot,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 682.
Mechanics Homo, B9 and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25o. and 50o. a night; H
and $1.25 a week,
Winter & Winter, Dentists. Olllco,
33 Borotauia street.
I Gold fillings $3.00
Silver fillings 1.00
I Tooth extracted 50
Eastern Prices. Mutual Tolt