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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, DEC. 10, 1892.
Saturday, Dec. 10.
Sclir I.iholiho, Horry, I) days from Lysan
Stinr Kiiinu from Mnul nml Hawaii
Stmr Mokolil from Moloknt
Stmr James Makco from Kanal
Stmr Iwalani from Kanal
VobsoIb Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Mokolli for Molokal at 5 i m
Stmr Waimanalo for Molokai and Maui
Cargoes from Island Forts.
1'or stmr Iwalani 2217 bags sugar, 1O0S
bags paddy, -1 haus rieo and 10 pkgs
Her stmr Kinau 'J90 bags potatoes, ISO bags
corn, as pkgs hides, 12 bales wool, IS
pigs, 185 pkgs sundries.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Dec 10
M Hcgo, J Kaubanc, and 4 deck.
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr Kinau,
Dec 10 H Neumann, Louis Sloss, Jr, .1
Sawyer and wife, W II Ilenbon, S li Aus
tin and wife, Mrs Mary Ailau, v L Green,
"Win Henry, Mrs W H Patten, O L Wight,
Miss Helen Wilder, Mrs It it Hind, 3 M
Hind. J Dean, Geo S Harris, O S Foster, J
a .Miner, u von iinnini, nnu vi ucck.
The barkontino Amelia will leave for tho
Sound on Tuesday next.
The steamer Kinau reports abundance
of rain at Maalaca and ports on Mnni.
Weathered the heavy storm of last night,
tho steamer behaving splendidly.
Tho schooner Liholiho returned from
I.ysan Island to-day, making the passage
in !! days. Mate A. Tullett reports having
experienced very rough weather oil' Lysan
and l.isiansky Islands. The trip down was
made in live days and three hours. There
was such a heavy sea that the rollers dash
ed over her. .1. J. Williams and Dr. Avcr
gam, pas'-ongers, were landed safely, how
ever, the nrst night, m a pitiamo condi
tion, the latter having sullored considera
bly from seasickness. Mr. Williams was
unable to take anv views on account of the
rain and decided to stay over. Experi
enced strong winds on tho passage home,
and caught last night's heavy storm. Had
to reef mainsail and all sails aloft. The
decks wcro Hooded foro and aft. She
brought 100 tons of guano.
HANCOCK In this city, December !), lh!,
Professor Gcorce I.. Dabcock, aged (15
years, a nativo of Boston, Mass.
tar- Tho funeral will take place to
morrow (Sunday) afternoon at 2 o'clock
from his late residence, 111 Emma street.
O'SULLIVAN In Honolulu, December
10, Koniana, wifoof I'. O'Sulli van, aged
UVFunoral from the residence, Kalilii,
Sunday at 3 o'clock.
See tho now Floral Sots at Benson,
Smith & Co.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hond, 12 in. Woalhor
cloudy, raining; wind light north
oast. Tho salo of bnrloy by J. F. Mor
gan was doforrod till 12 noon of
A horso, wagon and harness will
bo sold by tho Marshal on Monday,
Judgo S. L. Austin, brother of tho
lalo Jona. Austin, and wifo arrived
in town by tho steamer Kinau this
L. J. Lovoy announces tho first
Christinas night sale at auction and
no postponement, at ins salesrooms
next Tuesday at 7 p. in.
Thoro will bo a ono-milo skating
raco for a prize this ovoning nt tho
Armory, tho contestants being J.
Alapai and E. 1. McCandloss.
Tho band will attend tho 'eyclo
exhibition at Homond Grovo this
aftomoon, consequently thoro will
bo no concort at Emma Square,
Messrs. Thco. H. Davies & Co.
have a special announcement in our
auvorusiiiR columns, winch will in
terest thoso looking for tho now and
novel in soasonablo prcsonts.
Larco crowds assombled alonit tho
streets to seo Maltby tho cyclist
riding on one wheel yostorday after
noon. Ho was accompanied from
tho Armory by tho Pacific "Whool
inon. Tho salo of tho old Port stroot
church by J. P. Morgan took place
to-day. Tho building was sold to
E. P. Thomas for $2G0j''tho pews
wont SI to $7. Tho salo netted
A sub-head for yesterday's papor
was written, "Unimportant Meeting
of the Board of Koprosontatives.
It was printed, "An Important Meet
ing," etc. Enough to make tho
ongiuo horses laugh.
A Chinaman named Ah You was
arrostod yesterday afternoon for tho
larceny of a blanket valued at sixty-
five cents, tho proport' of a follow
countryman. You probably needed
it these cold ovonings.
Saturday, Dec. 10, 1892.
Tho seven people who quarreled
over boundary rights, and wound up
tho controversy by an alleged as
sault on a Chinaman, as roportod
yestorda', have beon found not
guilty and discharged by Judgo
Mrs. P. O'Sullivan died shortly
boforo noon to-day of abscess. 'Tho
funeral will bo from tho residence at
Kalihi to-morrow at 3 o'clock. Mrs.
O'Sullivan loaves four young chind
ron, who with hor husband will have
tho sympathy of tho community.
"While Mrs. T. Ilollingor and fam
ily woro returning homo in a car
riage this afternoon on King street
tho animal was frightened b' tho
steam rollor and niado a turn to
bolt. As it did this tho shaft stuck
into its side. Tho animal was brought
to a standstill, slightly injured.
Tho trials of a man who is caught
in tho prevailing "moist" weathor,
as tho Scotch call torrents of rain,
aro dopicted in the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co.'s column. "Further infor
mation is given on tho menu con
tost, and there is an idyllic rofor
onco to lamps which will mako tho
reader's 3,es light up with pootic
C. J. McCarthy
street for salo.
has lots on Liliha
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Porf nines in groat variety at Bon
son, Smith & Co.
Minco Pies can bo had at tho
Palaco Ice Cream Parlors.
Woniior & Co., jewelers, whoso at
tractive holiday ad. appears to-day,
mako a rich display of jewelry this
season. Tho stock is partly from
tho loading markets of tho world,
and partly the handiwork of their
own skilful workmen. Their pins,
bracelets, etc., aro in great variety,
while of souvenir spoons there is a
beautiful assortment, in Hawaiian
coins, scenery, otc.
Tho Assembly convened at H
o'clock for prayor, after which roll
call and reading of minutes of tho
previous meeting. Minutes woro,
as usual, approved.
Thoro boing no reports ready from
oithor standing or special commit
tees tho Assembly proceeded at onco
with consideration of bills on tho
Order of tho Day.
At 0:23 Bill 12(Sa, rolativo to high
ways, catno up on third reading.
Passed at 10:15, tho time between
being occupied in tho reading.
Bill 209, to grant certain postal
privileges to the Bureau of Informa
tion. Pep. Ashford was opposed to tho
bill; no considered that it was not
proper to grant such privileges to a
Pop. Smith considered that tho bill
was in tho lino of progress, but as
thoro seemed to bo some difficulty
about tho principle lie would move
to defor consideration.
Noble Ena favored tho bill and
considered that it was one that was
intended to benefit tho country from
ono end to the other; if a motion
had not beon mado to defer con
sideration ho would have moved to
have tho bill pass.
Pep. Ashford said that ho wished
to withdraw his motion to indefin
itely postpone and would move that
it bo ro-rof erred to a special com
mittee. Pop. Kauhi favored both of tho
motions made. It was idle to say
that wo woro not well known. Tho
Advert isor and tho Bulletin both
undoubtedly circulate all over tho
world, and thoy help to toll people
all about us and to giro in formation.
Tho Adrorlisor and Bulletin, both
of which coino out evory day, aro
eager to oxtond thoir circulation.
Thoro was lately a dispute in regard
to which had tho groator circulation.
Ho did not know which had tho
best, but both woro circulated all
over tho world, and thoy, with tho
local stamps upon thorn, helped to
advertise us. He, however, objected
to this bill on general principles.
Ho considered that tho Bureau of
Information was formed just for tho
purpose of tho corporation getting
its hands into tho treasury sack.
Everybody know tho Sandwich Isl
ands, and it was not necessary to
further advertise them.
Pop. losepa said that tho kind of
information which is desired to bo
given abroad is not contained in tho
Bulletin or Advertiser although
each does assist a little. Litoraturo
of the st ylo of the small book issued
by tho Bureau was tho best adver
tisement for us abroad. .
Pop. Smith oftorod an amendment
to tho ofl'oct that tho Minister of
Finance bo authorized to "furnish
postage" instead of simply remit.
Pop. Kauuamano favored refer
ring tho bill to a select committee.
Ho considered if tho Bureau of In
formation was going to distribute
thoir books gratuitously then thoy
woro poor business peoplo. Ho did
not believe that thoy woro going to
giro books away for nothing, peoplo
did not do business that way in this
country. Thoy woro going to mako
all thoy could out of it.
On the motion to rofor boing put
tho Assembly was found to bo evenly
divided, 17 to 17, and President "Wal
kor split tho tio by voting in favor of
roforenco and named tho following
committee: Pops. Ashford, Smith,
Wilder, P. W. "Wilcox and Noblo
Third reading Bill 203 in ro grant
ing of certain Poyal Patonts. Passed.
Obituary Sketch of a Man of Gonlus
Mr. GoorgoL. Babcock who died
at 8 o'clock last ovoning, was a man
of rare beauty and simplicity of
character. Ho was born in Boston,
whoro ho lived until about ton 3-ears
of ago, whou his family made thoir
homo for two or throe rears in
Philadelphia, ami then returned to
their residence in Boston. It was a
talented family, ono brother boing
an artist who received his education
in Paris. The subject, of this notice
studied music for nine years in Gor
nianv, at Berlin and Leipzig whore
ho was ono of Czornv's pupils.
After completing his studies, lie was
a musical instructor in Boston in
18G2, when to tho surprise of his
friends this frail, quiet man was
found enlisted as a private soldier
in tho Will Regiment of Massachu
setts Volunteers, in which ho served
in North Carolina until his regiment
was mustorcd out of tho sorvico in
Owing no doubt to hardships of
military sorvico, ho was obliged to
visit tho Carlsbad Springs in Gor
inaii3', and after returning homo to
seek his rosidonco in tho mild clhnato
of Oakland. Ho has rosided in Ho
nolulu sinco 1881, whoro in his quiet,
faithful and unobtrusive lilo, ho en
deared himself to his friends who
woro privileged to know him. Ho
was woll known to our best musi
cians as a faithful, conscientious
teachor of a perfect method, and
his pupils show marked signs of his
His last public appearance was at
tho bonofit for Mr. Bergor. Mr. Bab
cock know personally and could give
full and interesting rominisconcos
of many of tho loading musicians of
It is pleasant to learn that in his
last days ho was attended by good
friends, and that his widow has tho
assurance that ho was loved and ap
preciated in his island homo.
The funeral will bo from tho Emma
stroot rosidonco at 2 o'clock to-morrow
The Event of the Season !
WHAT JS THE EVI3XT V WHY THE LATE 1MPOKTATIOX OF
WHICH ARRIVED OX THE "AURTKALIA," AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
1ST. 'S. SACHS',
104 Fort St.
ISTe-w" I JSTo-vel I Xiae:xrpe:n.srv-e I
For Melnl, l'lush nml Celluloid, Toilet nml Manicure
For Kunoj Silk, Hunilpiiintctl, .Jeweled nml Embroidered Ohnir Drupes
For Pure Linen, Ten, Trtiy, Table anil Sideboard Covers nml Pope Floss
For Novelties in Hniulp.iintud Fans nnd Handkerchief Sachets
For Fine Leather Hand B igs, Curd Cases nnd a World's Fair 1'urbO
For Ladies' Fine Pamsols and Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's Cashmere nnd Silk Coats, Silk lints, Silk and Muslin Bonnets
For Undressed Mousquetairo Kid Gloves, Ian shades; reduced to $1.00
For Gent's Silk Neglige Shirts, Windsor Scnrfs and Silk Pajamas
For Ladies' Chillbn Scarfs and Chiffon Handkerchiefs in delicate shades
jjr CALL AT
(JF CALL AT
tfjfiT CALL AT
gjT CALL AT SACHS',
0-CMA, AT SACHS'
Immense Variety at Exceptionally Low Prices.
A Farmer at
' "We are six in fam
ily. We live in a
. place where we are
Edom.Texas,' ,. ., to v:0ient
Colds and Lung
Troubles. I have
used German Syrup for six years
successfully for Sore Throat, Cough,
Cold, Hoarseness, Pains in the
Chest and Lungs, and spitting-up
of Blood. I have tried many differ
ent kinds of cough Syrups in my
time, but let me say to anyone want
ing such a medicine German Syrup
is the best. That has been my ex
perience. If you use it once, you
will go back to it whenever you
need it. It gives total relief and is
a quick cure. My advice to every
one suffering with Lung Tr6ublcsl3
Try it. You will soon be con
vinced. In all the families fhere
your German Syrup
is used we have no
trouble with the
Lungs at all. It i3
the medicine for this
G. G. GREEN. Sole Man'fr.Woodbury,NJ.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' & Children's Dainty Colored Border Handkerchiefs at (50c.
$1.00, 1.25 and. 1.50 per dozen.
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(IJcbt value ever offered) at 20c, 25c. nnd !J")c. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn Work and
Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
SJST Ladies would do well to inspect our Stock before making thoir selections elsewhere. g&
. Call Around This Evening !
I.. .T. I.Kvr.v,
1). M. Crowi.ky,
On Saturday, Dee. lOlli,
Minstrel & Yariety Entertainment
wn.i. hi: hivkn ii v Tin:
(From the U. S. S. Huston.)
Now ideas in Perfumes for holiday
presents at Benson, Smith & Co.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agonts.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith h Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 181 Fort street,
nbovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone G82.
Lebkuchen and Sehaumeonfoct
fjonulo wio in Dentschlaud boi Hart
bi Co., Elite Ieo Cream Parlors.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and Gl Hotel
stroot. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Pictures! Pictures! Pictures! Don't
forgot to include a picture with your
Christians presents nnd that king
Bros, havo a iino lino of now subjects
of all sorts with pricos to suit tho
Winter & Winter, Dentists. Ollice,
85! Borotania stroot.
Gold fillings $3.00
Silver fillings 1.00
Tooth extracted 50
Eastern Prices. Mutual Tolo
A Word in Bonson,
For tho convenience of numerous
buyors Thoo. H. Davies & Co. havo
moved llioir entire lino of Christinas
and Holiday novelties to tho ground
lloor, and for two weeks will sell tho
whole stock at special rates. As
Messrs. Davies & Co. havo an exten
sive and varied assortment of ,'oods
suitable for soasonablo gifts, this de
parture on thoir part will give un
doubted satisfaction to tho seeking
public. , Tho different Hues of holi
day goods may now bo inspected
without troublo or inconvonionco,
Maltbv's feat was nearly equalled
half an hour later by tho balancing
on tho outer corners of a Borotania
street tramcar by" a dozen gontlo
mon. It was pouring rain at tho
time. An editor who had got a soat
inside early on tho trip was verbally
memorialized to publish a com
plaint, stating that tho car at that
hour was always crowded and tho
manager should put on an extra car
or a larger one.
A creditable and express! vo port
rait of tho lato King Kalakaua, from
a photograph b' Williams, lias beon
painted in oil by Charles Pooloa, a
nativo boy. It is on view in a handj
some frame in tho Pacific Hardware
Co.'s window. Pooloa never received
any lessons whatovor. Tho painting
is tho patient work of two years,
tho young artist devoting noarly all
Ins sparo timo to it. It is his first
effort at portrait painting, although
lie has douo some landscapes.
A Chinaman was knocked down
and run ovor by a brake yostorday
ovoning about 5:80 o'clock at tho
junction of Liliha and King streots.
The Chinaman was coming into
town when near the corner a heavy
rainfall canio on and ho started to
run towards tho store, but ho was
knocked down by a brake turning
into Liliha stroot from King stroot.
Tho wheel passed ovor his lioad,
taking oh" part of tho scalp. Tho
occupants of tho vehicle, two natives,
drove oir without ascertaining tho
Mauna Ioa Activo.
Tho Kinau brings word that tho
eruption from Mauna Loa was visi
ble from Waiinoa on Novombor 80.
Third reading Bill 217, to oxtond
certain reliof to tho Honolulu Li
brary and Reading Room Associa
At 11:55, a motion to adjourn was
mado and carried.
Closing Out Sale
Whon on a visit to Iowa, Mr. K.
Dolt,on, of Luray, Russell County,
Kansas, called at tho laboratory of
Chamberlain & Co., Des Moines, to
show thorn his six year old boy,
whoso life had boon saved bj' Cham
berlain's Cough Romedy, it having
cured him of a vory sovoro attack of
croup. Mr. Dalton is certain that it
saved his boy's life and is enthus
iastic in his praise of tho Romedy.
For salo by all dealers. Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
Christmas Goods I
Tovh, with or without MechiiiiNni,
Dolls, Kings, AlhuiuH, Sateliula,
Purses, Vuen, Stntuei,
Hronzo Wnru, Moccu Cuis,
Opera nml Spy Glumes, (warrnnk'd tlr.it
Mirrors, Krnnins, liruukcfc,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
Kims, (uxtra lino);
Unroots and llugs, (all Misus);
Kto., Ktu Ktc.
Kuril I'iwe marked with DASH
DISCOUNT on Larger Cash I'ur-
Overture Hoyal Hawaiian Hand
MINBTUKL CIHCI.K OF IB.
Four Knd Men Messrs. Herry, Scnhrookc,
Harry and Sherry.
N-w Costumes I
lT-w Songs !
Now Jolces I
If you want t
Shawl or a
If you want a Spool
Thread or a Boll of Silk;
If you ivani bargains in La
waul a Doll for the
If you wa)il a
Parasol or an
fl.N'AI.K TO HIIST l'Altr
in a Pullman
Jly tho Company.
Christmas & New
KVKKYHODY Invited to an In-
Musieal Sketeh-"Is this 17" Hy Hales
Ilerrv and Lyons.
Horizontal Hnr Work .. .. A. V. Hensl
Clown A. H. Coiuiuust
(lornian Character Song J'. MeCmin
HanjoSolo l'rof. U. J. Ordway
American Sand Jig O. J. Herry
Indian Clubs K. Xoreott
ltroail Sword Kunuilig. .Senst and Noreott
If you want Value for Vour
Money, do you know what to dot
53?- 0-u.r Stoolc of
Love in a Kitchen."
Toixur, a hou-ehold guardsman.. .1). Harry
l'itelier, a iulieemnu A. K. Mooru
Walker ('hulks, u milkman ('. .1. Herry
l'eneloiie flreun, u servant .A. II. Cimi.ueit
Mrs. Striiukoil, lady of tho house ,V
XXTKNNKH A- CO.
Hare N'OVKI.TIKH for the
ltieh (lifts for
For a sore throat there is nothing
bottor than a llannol bandage damp
ened with Ohamborlain's Pain Balm.
It will nearly always offoot a cure in
ono night's time. This romedy is
alho a favorito for rheumatism and
lias cured many very sovoro cases.
50 cent bottles for salo by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agouts for the
Mr. .1. O. Boswoll, ono of tho best
known and most respected citizens
of Brownwood, Toxas? suffered with
diarrhoea for a long time ami tried
many dill'oront remedies without
benefit, uulil Ohnmhorltiin's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea liomedy was
used; that relieved him at onco. For
salo by all dealers. Bonson, Smith &
Co.. Agents for tho Hawaiian
CHKISTMAS JKWKI.KY. 0
NOTHINU I.IKK IT IK TOWN
The Old Stand,
WENXEK & CO.,
Importing and' Manufacturing Jewelers,
A friend is one who combines for
you aliko the pleasures and benefits
of society and solitude.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
fHOM MY I'UKMISKS,
Jl .N'utmim Avenue, a Valu-
hlo loung uonioii Hotter
Dog. A wuhublu ruwurd will
be given fur its return.
KM.3t J, 8. WALKKK,
'ST. OI.AK HHAND"
Superior to Any Other !
Tliis Milk is prepared in Norway from
tho Hiiro Unskimmed Milk of Norwegian
Cows, fed on mountain grass. There is
nothing added exeopt tho Klnost Sugar,
and nothing taken away from it hut water,
it therefore possesses all tho original pro
perties and aroma peculiar to Norwegian
For Bale lu Quantities to Salt by
W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
"Tlno Olown's Rovenge11
Messrs. Senst ami Carlutoii.
"Tho Busted. Che Fa Bank"
A Laughable Sketch, Illustrating the
working of the Institution. Written by
one who "was there." Characters by the
Company. Tho whole to conclude with the
"CAROLINA CAKE WALK!"
Overture nt 7: 15. To cumiu'du ut lOiIW.
Prices as Usual, 50c.v 75c. and SI.
gW Hx I'lnn opun at I.(vo.v'h whoro
Tickets can buhiut for all parts of tho Iiouhu.
I Kodaks I Christmas
- - IB NOT Ql'lTK KXHAI'KTKIJ
Prices from. $7,00 to $75.00.
LOST OR STRAYED.
17110M MY I'UKMISKS
X early Wednesday
ono white hind foot
a Hrown Mare,
iwwi. wimr r- -. - .
wliltu star on forehead. Sr"'
branded "H." under mane. A suitable
reward will bo paid for its return to
r,!l.-,.tf I. I'HKHMTON.
j vaiiy Jfuiuiin,
I delivered free.
60 cents a month,
f) NKW COTTAOKS ON
Zi l'nnebbuul (street. Cot
tage contains l'arlor. -' Hcd-
riHiiiix. clIniiiL'tooiu. kitchen.
pantry, and bathrooms. Kent $ln. l.u
milreof I.. ADI.Klt,
fti-'Kiw 11 Niiuaini Street,
VTOTK'K IS HKUKKY
JL given that tho follow
ing described Animals will
be told at I'ubllc Auction,
on'SATUHDAY. Deo. 21.
1W)2, at 1'.' o'clock noon, at tliotlovcrnment
1 Hlaek Horse, brand umloscribable,
1 Irou-grav Horse branded similar to (n)
on right neck. Kreshly clipped,
C9 Owners of the above Animals imiM
semi in their claims within 17 days, other-lt-o
they will be sold on the date above
iiumed. I). KAOAO,
Honolulu, Dec. 11, mi, .MIV'Jl
Tlie Daily Hulletin in delivered by
carriers for GO cent yer'month,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort, Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
HY bAST STKAMKU A Fl'Id, LINK OK
BLACK G-OODS I
.A.S FOTjIjOWS :
Hlaek, Cotton, Bilk and Kid Dlovesinull
Hlaek Stockings (or Ladles and Children,
Hlaek Silk Warp llcnrictte Cloths,
Kto., Kto., Kte., Ktc.
Hlaek Cashmere r.Much wide, W cents per
vard and upwards.
Hlaek India Lawn. Hlaek French I-isvn.
Hlaek BatU'cu in l'laln and Figurtxl,
Hlaek Calico in i'lain and Figured,1 r
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 Fort
flf Dreaiuaklnu under the management of Mien K, OLAHK.