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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KUOM AND AFTER OCTOHKU 1. ISO:'.
A.M. A.M. r.M. r.M.
Leavo Honolulu. .0:15 8:1ft 1:45 l:3ft
Arrive Ionoullull.7:20 11:57 2:57 5:35t
UnvoHonoullull..7::!0 10:43 3:13 5:l2t
Arrive Honolulu .8:35 11:55 1:55 0:50t
1'rmii. City' Loom,.
J.cnvo Honolulu fi:10,
Arrlvo Pearl City 5:4s ...
heave Pearl Clty..(l :5"i
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, DEC. 12, 1892.
Sukuvy, Dee. 11.
Stmr Clnudlnc from Maui nnd Hawaii
Stmr Miknliala from Kauai
Monday, Dee. 12.
S 8 China, Scabury, from San Francisco
Am bktno S N Castlo, Hubbard, from San
LOCAL AND GENEBAIi NEWS.
A cottngo is wanted.
Oahu Collogo has a notico in
To-morrow's Bulletin will contain
Tho S. S.China had 123 passengers
in nltfon this trip.
Diamond Hoad, 8 p. in. Weather
clear; wind light north.
Every nioinborof tho Thistle Club
is wanted at to-night's mooting.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
G, per S. S.
tho prize doll in
It's to bo given
Mosiiay, Dec. 21.
S S China, Soabury, for Yokohama and
Stmr Molcolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Stmr Wniinanalo for Molokai and Maul
Vessols Loaving To-morrow.
Stmr Claudino for Maui and Hawaii at 5
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai, at 5 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Mikahala 2012 bags sugar, HO bags
rice, 8 bdls hides, 1 horse, 85 pkgs sun
dries. Stmr Claudino i003 bags sugar, 75 bags
taro, 01 bags corn, 13 hogs, 103 pkgs
From San Francisco, per S S China, Dec
12-.T M Olliccr anil Mrs Oflicer, J M Whit
ney and Mrs Whitney and maid, and 418
passengers in transit for Yokohama and
From San Francisco, per bktno S N Cas
tlo, Dec 12 A Anderson, Mrs 11 J Rhodes.
Miss C Khodes, Mrs O 11 Cottrell, Master O
Cottrell, S D McDonald und wife, Mrs J W
McDonald, Dr L Freeman, U Engcling, J
C Watson and Herman Zatzke.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Dec 11
Prince David Kawnuanakoa, Mrs A Sin
clair, Mrs A Ulaekstadt, A Haas, Mr ltlaek
stadt, Ah Lin, and 75 deck.
, From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Clau
dino, Dec 11 F Wittrock, M Branch, H 1
Ilaldwin, ST Alexander, Mr Maltby, H
Peterson, A Martinson and wife, Rev OH
Gulick, Mrs Osmer and 2 children, Mrs F
L Stolz and child, and 11 deck.
The bark Sonoma commenced loading on
tho 0th inst.at San Francisco for Honolulu.
Captain Jack Leo is still in command.
The bark J. P. Itithet will finish dis
charging to-morrow and will be hauled out
into tho stream to await a cargo of sugar
for the Coast.
Tho bark J. C. Gladc""reeeivcd sugar from
the steamer Claudino today. The Claudino
reports plenty of rain on Maui. The Reci
procity Sugar Mill was expected to start in
MUTCH In this city, December 12, 1802,
Mrs. William Mutch, aged 20 years.
Ctf- Funeral to-morrowi
llavo yon seen
Tho whaling bark Charles W.
Morgan was to sail Tor Honolulu on
Attention is called to tho
uouncomont of Miss Hustaco's
of fancy articles.
Mrs. II. J. Khodes and Miss C.
Rhodes arrived by tho barkentino S.
N. Castle to-day.
Dr. S. D. McDonald, dentist, and
wife, arrived by tho barkentino S. N.
Castlo from tho Coast to-day.
Geo. V. do Long Post will hold a
mooting for tho purpose of electing
olucors to-morrow ovouing.
Tho S. S. China on this trip from
San Francisco mado tho fastost time
from port lo port, 5 days 17 hours
Tho band will give a concert at
tho Hawaiian Hotel this evening for
tho bonofit of passengers by tho S.
Tho S. S. Monowai, owing to clolay
in arrival of tho English mail at
Now York, was not to leavo San
Francisco till Snturday.
Tho ship Hawaiian Isles, Captain
Kustol, has boon nut in tho Nauaimo
coal trade and was to sail for tho
north from San Francisco on tho
Edwin A. Jones has opened an of
fice in tho old Chamber of Com
merco room, whore ho will transact
businoss as a stock and real estate
broker, otc. Seo his card.
J. F. Morgan gives notice of tho
third sale of tho series, boing his first
evening holiday sale. It will take
place Thursday ovouing goods on
viow "Wednesday. KeacT tho list.
Boniamina (10 and Lilia (w.) wore
found guilty in tho Police Court this
mornm" of adultery and sentenced
to pay linos of S50 and $10 with costs
respectively. An appeal was noted.
Charles Lambert, tho skator, won
tho race at tho rink on Saturday,
beating Prof. Bromley who was on a
wheel. Tho skating race botween
McCandloss and Alapai did not come
Tho S. S. China made tho passago
from San Francisco to Honolulu in
5 days 17 hours and 52 minutes. She
brought '10 tons of freight for this
port and will leavo again at 5 o'clock
Tho annual clearing sale at auc
tion of Thoo. H. Davies & Co. will
bo conducted by L. J. Lovoy, at 10
o'clock on Thursday next. It will
bo seon by tho notico that a largo
ran go of merchandise will bo offered.
Judge Dole has filed a decision in
chambers in tho matter of tho bank
ruptcy of Tai Lung. Leo Chun and
Winam, assignees of tho bankrupt
ostato of Wong Kwork Hing, allege
tho proof of claims against tho
ostato of Tai Lung, and move for an
ordor requiring tho assignee of Tai
Lung's estate, J. Iiubonstoin, to file
his account and distribute tho funds.
Tho motion is opposed by tho assig
nee of Tai Lung, on tho ground that
ho had givon thoso claimants notico
that ho disputed thoir claims. Tho
claimants denied that thoy had re
ceived such notico, but tho Court on
ovidonco taken decided U103' had.
Such a notico gives tho claimant a
right of action against tho assignee;
it does not make him a creditor, but
finds that he was and is one. In this
case, therefore, tho burden of prov
iug their claims against tho denial
of tho assignee is placed upon tho
claimants, and this must bo dono at
or before tho final sottlomont of tho
assignee's accounts. Tho decision
upon tho motion before tho Court
will bo suspended until it is ascer
tained whether or not tho claimants
aro creditors. A. S. Hartwoll for tho
motion; O. L. Cartor, against.
A. Bray raised Cain yestorda with
his boisterous language and melo
dious voice and was arrested. This
morning ho admitted ho had dis
turbed the Sabbath and was fined
$4 by Judge Foster.
Mrs. John W. McDonald arrived
homo this morning on tho barken
tino S. N. Castlo. Mrs. McDonald
has boon spending tho past six
months among old friends in Nova
Scotia, hor native land.
Threo hack drivers woro repri
manded by Judge Foster this morn
ing and discharged at tho request of
tho prosecuting counsel, Deputy
Marshal J. A. Mohrton, for violation
of carriage regulations.
As reported previously Ah You
was arrosted on Friday for stealing
a blanket worth about seventy-five
conts. This morning in Court ho
mado a statement and was found
guilty in tho fourth degree and sent
enced to thirty days' imprisonment,
at hard labor and $1 costs.
Tho police made a raid on a long
suspectou uisuiiory at ivaiini on
Friday and captured two Chinamen
and a full outfit of distilling appar
atus, besides several barrels of boor,
threo bags of sugar, a riilo, and two
horns of ammunition, tho lattor sup
posed to bo kept for scaring visitors
Band, Prof. II. Borgor, leador, will
givo a public concert this evening
at tho Hawaiian Hotel, beginning at
7:30 o'clock. Following is tho pro
gram: TAUT I.
'Ovorturo Tho King's Lieutenant . Tell
Cavatina The Pirate . ..llelllni
'.Saxophone Solo Queon Llliuokalani
Solo by Joseph I.ibornlo.
tfelwtion llelisurio . . Donizetti
1'alama. Pili Aoao. Malama.
Solo by Daniel Moo.
Fantasia Popnlar Airs Kappoy
Piccolo Solo Tho Humiuiiii; Illrd. Selling
nolo by Mokla Koalakai.
Waltz Thou and Thou . Strauss
(uadrille Ui Cigalo . .Audrau
For a soro throat there is nothing
better than a ilannel bandage damp
ened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
It will nearly always effect a euro in
one night's timo. This remedy is
also a favorite for rheumatism and
has cured many very suvoro cases.
50 cont bottles for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for the
Tho P.M.S.S. Co.'s steamer Colon,
on hor way round from tho Atlantic
to tho Pacific, had her machinery
and propeller damaged in a terrifie
storm in the South Atlantic, and put
into Montovideo in distress. Cap
tain J. M. Cavarly, the port captain
at ban Francisco and senior com
mander in the P.M.S.S. Co.'s service,
is in charge of the Colon. Ho never
had an accident on his ship before
in forty years' service. Captain
Cavarly is a brother-in-law of Mrs.
John II. Paty of Honolulu.
SPJIEOKELS VS. BISHOP.
An Episode in the Waikapu Com
Tho San Francisco Chronicle of
Doc. lith has tho following item:
"Clans Sprockols sued Charles R.
Bishop yesterday to recover .?10,()00
dainagos for tho alleged breach of
a contract by which tho defendant
agreed to sell and dolivor to tho
plaintiff a note of G. V. Macfarlano
matlo to u. J(. Uisltop iv Co. for
$100,000, together with 1250 shares
of tho stock of tho Waikapu Planta
tion Company, pledged as security.
Tho total number of shares issued
by tho corporation is 25(H)."
It was tho getting wind of a move
on tho part of Col. Sprockols to got
hold of Waikapu stock which sent
Col. Macfarlano off to San Francisco
by tho steamer Australia. Of course
if Col. Sprockols got control of the
stocky there would bo an end to tho
"million dollar suit."
Lord Dunraven's challenge for the
America cup reached tho Now York
Yacht Club on the 5th. His lord
ship's 3'acht Valkyrie is to bo a
Fred. Marsh, ono of the most dau
gorous counterfeiters in the country,
was arrested at Milwaukeo on tho
lth. Ho was at tho head of a gang
of Italians in San Francisco who
passed $20,000 of bogus silver and
paper 11101103. Tho Italians woro ar
rested, but Marsh, who is a dead
shot and reckless with his gun, es
caped. Lizzie Borden has been indicted
for tho murder of hor parents at
Fall Rivor, Massachusetts. Boforo
returning thoir true bill, tho grand
jur3 had obtained the defense to bo
Tho Brotherhood of Locomotive
Engineers insist on a now contract
witli the Now York Central Railway
without which tho men will not
There is liable to bo trouble at
aii3 moment in Wyoming over tho
two rival Governors.
Nathan Zuckoman is afraid to
prosecute two Italians who tried to
take his life at Cleveland, O. Ho is
evidently tinder fear of tho Mafia,
has aged percoptibl3 in a few daj's
and declares ho will leavo tho city.
An international controversy is
threatened 03 tho killing of an
Italian at Cleveland 1)3" two police
men. Ho was killed while resisting
arrest for drunkenness.
Charles W. Gardner, tho chiof do
tectivo of Rev. Charles H. Park
hurst's Sociotj lor tho Prevention of
Crinio, is under arrest in Now York
upon a charge of blackmail.
Congress assembled on tho 5th.
Tho President's message was not
In the Sonato Democrats crossed
tho aisle and chaffed thoir Republi
can colleagues about tho timo when
tho lattor would liavo to givo up tho
good things in tho way of committee
chairmanships and other incidents
of tho patronage which thoy had so
long enjoyed. Tho Republican Sen
ators said they woro moro than will
ing to do this, sinco it relieved them
from tho responsibility for tariff
Tho Republican caucus talked of
bills for tho admission of Arizona
and Now Mexico but took no action.
President Harrison's mossago will
bo a strong document. There will
bo no complaint because tho verdict
at the polls was against the Kopub
lican polic'. The President will
make it clear that tho Democratic
party should carry out the Demo
cratic policy and not ask tho Repub
licans to do it.
In its discussion of foreign rela
tions tho mossago will contain some
things that aro new and much that
is of importance. Tho President will
probably have something to say
about tho enforcement of a vigorous
AMERICAN POLICY IN' THE PACIFIC,
with special reforenco to Hawaii and
Samoa. Tho duty of tho United
States to lako control of tho Nicara
gua canal and encourage its building
will bo unhesitatingly affirmed.
Tho argument against an extra
session of Congress in tho spring is
growing daily. During tho last two
weeks a change has boon wrought in
tho minds of many Democrats who
previously favored convening tho
now Congress immediately after
Dr. O'Donnoll has double the aver
age number of votes of his threo
rivals for tho mayoralty of San Fran
cisco so far as tho official recount
Western Democrats aro working
hard to got W. L. Buchanan a place
in Cleveland's Cabinet. Buchanan
has charge of tho live stock and
agricultural exhibit at tho World's
The United States Supreme Court
has modified the decision of Justice
Harlan, which confirmed tho title of
tho Illinois Central Railroad to cer
tain lands on tho lake front in Chi
cago. Tho decision of four against
throe Justices is that the title to tho
submerged lands is in tho State of
Illinois. Chiof Justice Fuller and
Justice Blatchford did not take part,
boing interested in tho decision. It
is considered a very important deci
sion apart from tho great valuo of
tlio property involved. Tlio law is
laid down thus: "The State can no
more abdicate its trust over property
is always an acceptable presont for
Christmas. Tho Pacific Hardware
Company have just opened a lino of
pictures comprising monochromes,
arlotypos, photogravures, Randall's
and Guorin's, photographs, panels,
cabinet frames, medallions on glass,
pastels, stool engravings, etc. Thoir
linos of Mouldings comprise tho
latost patloms, and picturo framing
is mado a specialty.
An assortment of Comico Poles,
Brackets and Trimming, always on
A number of pictures woro sold
tho day thoy were opened, mid the
continued demand is reducing tho
This is the query per
What Is petually on your little
boy's lips. And he is
It For? uo worse than the big
ger, older, balder-headed
boys. Life is an interrogation
point. "What is it for?" we con
tinually cry from the cradle to tho
grave. So with this little introduc
tory sermon we turn and ask: "What
is August Flower for ?" As easily
answered as asked : It is for Dys
pepsia. It is a special remedy for
the Stomach and Liver. Nothing
more than this ; but this brimful.
We believe August Flower cures
Dyspepsia. We know it will. We
have reasons for knowing it. Twenty
years ago it started in a small country
town. To-day it has an honored
place i$ every city and country store,
possesses one of the largest manu
facturing plants in the country and
sells every where. Why is this? The
reason is as simple as a child's
thought. It is honest, does one
thing, and does it right along it
cures Dyspepsia. O
G. G. GREEN. Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
The Event of the Season !
"WHAT IS THE EVENT ? WHY THE LATE IMPORTATION OF
WHICH ARRIVED ON THE "AURTRAL1A," AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
3ST- 3. SACHS',
104 Fort St.,
3NTe"w I Novel I Inexpensive I
G. A. P.. MEETING.
X of fleo. W. doLont; Post,
No. 15. Dminrtmeut
nia, G. A. K., will be held nt
the Po-,t Room, on TUKSDAY
EVENING, Hoc. 13th, nt 7:30
o'clock. Election of Olllcers.
.-j'lT-'Jt PER OKDl'U.
ON LONG OU SHOUT
lease u Cottage with
suitable grounds. Terms
must be low. Aildrcb3
"Kent," Bulletin OfUec.
gT CALli AT SACHS'.
gJBT CALL AT SACHS'.
ST CALL AT SACHS'.
gjT CALL AT SACHS'.
VF CALL AT SACHS'.
(JF CALL AT SACHS'.
VST CALL AT SACHS'.
SJT CAi AT SACHS'.
&0T CALL AT SACHS'.
-F"CALL AT SACHS'.
For Metal, Plush nnd Celluloid, Toilet and Manicure
For Fancy Silk, llumlpiuntcd, Jeweled and Embroidered Chair Drapes
For Pure Linen, Tea, Tray, Table and Sideboard Cuveis and Rope Floss
For Novelties in Hniidpainted Fans and Handkerchief Sachets
For Fine Leather Hand 11 tgs, Card Cases and a World's Fair Purse
For Ladies' Fine Parasols and Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's, Cnslimeie and Silk Coals, Silk Hats, Silk and Muslin Bonnets
For Undressed Mou-ruclaito Kid Gloves, tan shades; reduced to ."fl.00
For Gout's Silk Neglige Shirts, Windsor Scarfs and Silk Pajamas
For Ladies' Cliilloii Scarfs and Chiflbn Handkerchiefs in delicate shades
lininensii Variety at Exc3pfionally Low Prices.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' & Children's Dainty Colored Border Handkerchiefs at (iOc, Toe,
1.00, 1.25 and 1.00 per dozen.
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(Host value ever oflcied) at 20c, 2f)t and 'Jiio. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn Work and
Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for tho Holiday Trade.
gj8 Ladies would do well to inspect our Stock before making their selections elsewhere.
ATISS HUSTACE WILL HOLD HEK
1VL Annunl Sale of I'nncv Articlca on
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY nnd FRI
DAY, December 11th, 15th and Kith, from
J:30 A. m. to 5 r. M.,nt the storo formerly
occupied by Egan it Gnnn on Ivini; street.
OAHU COIVLEGE AND PUNAHOU
BILLS WEUE DUE NOVEMHElt 18th,
at tho Schools, or to the Uookkeeper,
Mr. W. L. Howard at Messrs. Castle it
Cooke's. Dills nowoverduo arc needed at
once to pay ncconnts of local linns.
Christmas & New
TTTENXElt it CO.
Itare NOVELTIES for the
Call Around This Evening!
If you want a Shawl or a
By Jas. I". Morgan.
Third Sale of the Series!
Our First Evening Sale
-TAKES PLACE ON-
Rich Gifts for
CHRISTMAS JEWELRY. O
NOTHING LIKE IT IN TOWN.
The Old Stand,
WENNER Si CO.,
Importlngtnd Manufucturinn Jewelers.
Closing' Out Sale
Christmas Goods I
Thread or a.
waul a Spool
Boll of Silk;
If you want bargains in La
dies' White Goods;
want' a Doll for (he
If you want a Parasol or an
If you want Value for Your
Money, do you know what to dof
ill which tlio wholo jiooplo aro intor
osU'il, liko unvigahlo wators and tho
soil ttndor tlioin, so as to loavo thoin
ontiroly to tlio control and uso of
private parlios, than it can abdicato
its powors in tho administration of
thogovorniiiont and tlio preservation
JAY OOl'Ll) llBAD,
Jay Gould died at 9:15 o'clock
December 3, surrounded by his chil
dren, at his homo on Fifth avenue,
Now York. Uo had boon ill two
wool's Irom a cold contracted in
driviiif. -Miss Holon Gould was ill
whon her father was taken sick, and
the blow canio upon hor with terri
fic forco. Tho wealth loft by Jay
Gould is estimated as varyinir not
$10,000,000 from $100,000,000. Ho
was 57 years old. His family surviv
ing consists of four sons and two
daughters. Mrs. Gould died January
13, 188'.). Tlio family tomb in Wood
lawn cometory cost $50,000, and tho
mausoleum, a copy of tho Parthenon
in granite, cost $100,000.
Pictures! Pictures! Pioturos! Don't
forgot to include a picturo with your
Christmas presents and that King
IJros. have a lino line of now subjects
of all sorts with prices lo suit tlio
Deo. 1 Btli,
-A.T T O'CLOCK,
When will bo sold a splendid lino of KINE
GOODS, comprising in part
IlLACK AND COLORED
Merinos & Cashmeres,
. Woolen it Cotton Dre-is flood,
Full Line of White Dress Goods,
I)ro-s 1'lanneln, Linen Dress Hoods,
Victoria it Wallop's Ijiwiis,
Nun's Veiling, Alnslins,
Pongee, Plain, Colored & Figured
SATINS & SILKS,
Silk I'luiih it Velvets.
Linen A, Cotton Lawns,
A Large Lino of
Children's Dresses, Hosiery,
White & Fancy Shirts,
And a complete assortment of
l'anov Tiil-le Cloths,
l.lnen Towels & Napkins,
Lace Cm tains,
LINEN .t COTTON SHEETING,
A Large Assortment of
with or without Mechanism,
Klaus. Albums, BatclicN.
I'ures, Villus, Statues,
llrone Wine, Mocca Caps,
Opera and Spy CI lasses, (warranted llrst
Minors, I'rainns, Ilrackets,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
I'ans, (extra line);
Carpets and Kngs, (all sUes);
Etc , Etc., Etc.
ekt 0-u.r Stools: of
Each Piece marked with CASH
S DISCOUNT on Larger Cash Pur
chases, . EVEHYIIODY invited to an In
spection. H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
Kodaks I Christmas
- - IS NOT (Jl'ITE EXHAUSTED
Prices from ST'-OO to $75.00.
Lino of Now Clouds, and will be bold ro
The above comprises an
ganlless of costj this gives
opportunity to obtain l'lne
(looils at a
floods on vluw
lltli, nt 1 o'olfiuk r. m.
"ST. OLA I HUAND"
Superior to Any Other !
This Milk is prepared in Norway from
tlui l'ure Unskimmed Milk of Norwegian
Cows, fed on mountain grass, Thero is
nothing added except the Einest Sugar,
and nothing taken away from it but water,
it therefore possesses all the original pro
perties and aroma peculiar to Norwegian
For Sale in Quantities to Suit by
II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
7OM MY l'KEMISES,
J. Niiuanu Avenue, a Valu
blu Young (liinlon Sutter
Dog. A suitablo reward will
Ih) given for its return.
109 Fort, Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
11Y LAST STEAMElt A 1'ULI. LINT. 01
BLAOK QOODS I
AS 3TOIjIjOVVS :
lllack Cashinero I'.'-iuch wide, 60 cents per
yard and upwards,
lllack India Lawn, lllnck French Lawn,
lllack Satteeu In I'lalu and Figured.
Illuuk Calico in Plain and Figured.
lllack, Cotton, Silk and Kid Gloves in all
lllack Stockings for Uulles und Children,
lllack Silk Warn lienriette Cloths,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Kto.
J. 8. WALKER.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
""- Dressmaking under thu management of Miss K, ULAlth.