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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FllOM AND AFTER OCTOHKR 1, 1892.
A.M. 1".M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu. .0:lf
Arrive Honolulu ,8:!W
l'HAiu. City Local.
Leavo Honolulu 5:108
Arrlvo Pearl City 6:48g ...
Leave Pearl Clty..(l:ro
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays o.xcoptod. t Saturdays only.
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tlio oloclric lights wont out early
an addition to
TUESDAY, DEC. 13, 1892.
TonsiiAV, Deo. 12.
Btnir Clnudlne for Mnul ami Hawaii at 5
Stmr Kinnu for Maui and Hawaii at 2 i m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai, at 5 p in
Vossola leaving To-morrow.
Am bktuc Amelia, Ward, for Port lilakely
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kit urn,
Dec 12 For tliu Volcano: J N White. 11 D
White, Miss White, Miss Lee, .Tno Wood,
Dr S L Lee, Dr O F Lee, Col Swinton. For
way ports: TLillie, R Lisliman, FC La
Rlonuo and wife, J K Miller, DrM K Gross
man, J W Jones, A Gruinborg, wife and 2
children, 11 Okotsor, N Icrashi, Dr Irga
Mori, Paul Neumann, A Moore and Mrs
Moore, L Aseu, G C Akina, Mr Dean, .1
Nawahi, 0 L Wight, W Wight, .1 W Wil
son, wife and family, P Peek, Dr Whitney,
J S Emerson.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am bktne Irmgard, Schmidt, from Now
Diamond Hoad, 3 p. in. Weather,
thick and rain'; wind light north
oast. Tho Oceanic Steamship Co.'s time
tablo will bo found extended in this
Goo. W. Burgess oilers for salo tho
collection of foreign postago stamps
of A. J. Cartwright.
Mr. John Dyor, agent of thollis
don Iron "Works, will leave by tho
S. S. Alameda for tho Coast.
Goo. W.'do "Long" Post", G. A. I?.,
will hold its monthly mooting this
evening for election of otticors.
Lowis J. Lovoy will hold a holiday
auction salo of toys, fancy goods,
croekory, etc., at 2 o'clock Saturday.
Thoro is abundance of rain and
tho reservoirs aro full. It has been
raining protty steadily at Pearl City
Tho jubilee issuo of tho Hawaiian
Annual, being for 1893, finely illus
trated, will appear in Christinas
Dates of arrivals and departures
of "Wildor's Steamship Co.'s steamers
Kinau and Claudino appear in this
The Government has refused to
pay interest on tho overdue account
of tho Risdon Iron Works for tho
Property taxes must bo paid on or
boforo Thursday, or olso owners will
bo liable to 10 percent extra and a
Chaplain Hoes and family intend
to leave for the Coast on the next
steamer from China, leaving here on
tho 30th inst.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Some chattels bolonging to Yop
Sin will be sold at auction by tho
llarshal on Jan. 1 to satisfy n judg
ment of .S17.75.
castle, N B W, duo Dee 31
Am sehr Transit, Jorgenaon,
l" ranciseo, uuo JJec it
ur me jsyjp
bk Bylgie from Hongkong, duo Dee 5
bark H Haekfeld from Liverpool, d
The S. S. Maripo-a arrived at Auckland
The bark J. 0. Ulado is being repainted
with a similar color to that of the Kitliet, a
The Hawaiian brig Douglas will load at
San Francisco for Sydney with general
Ofllcors from the U. S. S. Boston have
been bnsv survevinc the harbor and tnkine
The Hawaiian steol bark R. X'. Rithct is
,on the Marino Railway forcleaning and
jainting. This is a good chalice to see the
line lines of her hull.
The bark S. C. Allen cleared Dec. 5 for
Honolulu with merchandise valued at $19,
211, including tlio following: 11)00 bids Hour,
2S35 sks. bran, 15!) etls. wheat, 7029 ctls.
barley, 1103 ctls. oats, 2080 ft. lumber, 30J8
redwood posts, 250 bales hoy, 725 sks. mid
dlings, 00 cs. 20 bbls. and 10 half bbls. sal
FORREST At Pcpeokeo, Hawaii, Decem
ber 2, 1BU2, to tho wife of R. T. Forrest,
King Bros, have somo very
Christmas cards mounted with Ha
waiian forns. Sond oao b- tho Ala
moda mail on tho 15th.
KltNESTBEUGElt In this eitv, Decem
ber 11, lbO, Ellen, youngest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ernestberger,
aged about 5 years.
See tho now Floral Sots at Bonson,
Smith & Co.
A Chinaman was found guilty of
having opium in possession in tho
Polico Court this morning and son
tonced to pa' a lino of $50.
Tenders for beef cattle for tho
Lopor Settlement will bo received at
the Board of Hoalth oilico until 12
o'clock Wednesday, Jan. 1.
Tho S. S. China sailed for Yoko
hama and Hongkong about 0 o'clock
last evening. Sho took a mail con
sisting of 1953 letters and 89 papers.
The annual salo of fancy articles
by Miss Hustaco will begin to-mor
row morning at "J:oU o clock at tho
store formerly occupied by Egan &
It must bo protty hard times when
a Japanese woman parts with her
baby for money. Such was tho case
as was shown in a suit in the Police
Court this morning.
A native came from Koolau lately
and began to act strangely. Ho was
examined by Dr. Chas. Peterson and
found to bo insane. Tho man has
been committed to tho Insane Asy
lum. Sovoral ladies aro preparing me
nus for a typical Hawaiian dinner
and proposo contesting for tho Ha
waiian Hardware Company's prizes.
Thursday is tho last day that menus
will bo received.
Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1892.
The Assembly convened at 9 for
praj'or, after which roll call and
reading of minutes of previous
mooting. Minutes approved.
Noble Baldwin from tho Finance
Committee presented a report on
petition of A. JB. Lindsay et al in ro
election expenses. Tho committee
favor the insertion of tho sum of $80
for tho relief of petitioners. Tabled
for Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Waipuilani, from tho Public
Lands Committee, reported on a pe
tition relating to tho establishing of
a firo department in Hilo, and in fa
vor thereof. Tabled for futuro con
sideration. On motion tho Public Lands Com
mittee w6ro authorized to employ an
Tho Minister of Interior reported
that tho Queon had signed the bill
to amend tho law in ro vaccination.
Tho Order of tho Day was now
proceeded with, first bningBill 113, to
authorize a national loan and to de
fine tho uses to which tho money
borrowed shall bo applied.
Tho bill proposed to authorize tho
Minister of Finance to issuo Govern
ment bonds to the amount of .?200,
000, and all money borrowed by vir
tuo of tho Act shall bo placed in tho
Treasury to tho credit of tho Hilo
and Haniakua railroad fund, to bo
used for tho const ruction of wharves,
warehouses and terminal facilities
for a railroad on Hilo Bay, and to
construct and equip a railroad from
Hilo Ba3- toward Haniakua.
On motion the bill was ordered
considered section by section.
A longtly debate ensued, Noble J.
M. Horner speaking very forcibly in
favor of tho proposed measure and
showing tho benefits which ho
judged would accrue from tho open
ing up of tho country by tho build
ing of tho railroad. Ho said that
from what ho could judge tho white
people in tho House wero such old
fogies that ho depended littlo on
thoir help and bolioved that tho na
tives would bo the ones who would
assist in tho building of this road.
If tho present Ministry wore inclined
to sit down and do nothing, simply
lot tho country remain in tho rut it
was in, and not give their assistance
to tho progress desired than they
(tho Assembly) should got, ami
would got, a Ministry that would.
Uop. Smith considered that tho
Ministers could investigate the facts
for far loss expense then could bo
done by a commission. Somo peoplo
make objection to tho Ministers hav
ing tho power to control this loan.
Noblo Young I would liko to ask
tho member if ho has not seen Min
isters in position that ho would not
Hop. Smith Yes, I have.
Noblo Young And 3011 aro verj
likely to see thorn again?
Hop. Smith I may.
Noblo Hind desired to know of
Kop. Smith if it was not tho duty of
tho Government to supply good
roads boforo it went into tho busi
ness of building railroads?
Hop. Smith considered that both
might bo of benefit; the building of
railroads had been a grand assist
ance to tho Australian colonies.
Further debate on tho section was
stopped by a motion to, at 12:08,
take recess until 1 :30.
Third Sale of the Series!
Our First Evcnii Sale
-TAKES PLACE ON -
3Deo. 1 5tli,
AT V O'OLOOK,
When will be sold a splendid line of FINE
OOODS, comprising In part
1ILACK AND COLORED
Merinos & Cashmeres,
Woolen .t Cotton )re floods,
Full Line of White Dress Goods,
Dress Flannels, Linen Dress Cloods,
Victoria .t Bishop's l-awiis,
Nun's Veiling, Muslins,
Pongee, Plain, Colored & Figured
SATINS & SILKS,
Silk Plush .t Velvets.
Linen tfc Cotton Lawns,
A Large Line of
Children's Ureses, Hosiery,
"White & Fancy Shirts,
And n complete ax-ortmeiit of
Fancy Table Cloth",
Linen lowels ,v. Napkins,
Lace Cm tains,
LINEN .t COTTON SHEETING,
A Largo Assortment of
The Event of the Season !
WHAT IS THE EYEXTV WHY THE LATE IMPORTATION OF
WIIICMl AllKIYISD ON THE "AUHTKAUA," AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
1ST. S. SACHS',
104 Fort St.,
TSTew! KTo-vel! Inexpensive!
For Metal, Plush and Celluloid, Toilet mid Manicure
For Fancy Silk, llnndpuintcd, .Icwelcd uml Embroidered Clmir Drupes
For Pure Linen, Tea, Truy, Table and Sideboard Covers and Hope Floss
For Novelties in llandpainlcd Fans and Handkerchief Sachets
For Fine Leather Hand Bigs, Card Cubes ami a 'World- Fair Purse
For Ladies' Fine Parasols and Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's Cashmere and Silk Coats, Silk Huts, Silk and Muslin bonnets
For Undressed Mousqiiutiuro lCiil Gloves, tan shades; reduced to $1.00
For Gent's Silk Neglige Shirts, Windsor Scarfs and Silk Pajamas
For Ladies' Chiffon Scarfs and Chiffon Handkerchiefs in delicate shades
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C. J. McCarthy
street for salo.
has lots on Liliha
Root Beer on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Perfumes in great variety at Bon
son, Smith & Co.
Now ideas in Perfumes for holiday
presents at Bonson, Smith & Co.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
'ionic. Jionsou, Smith & Co.,Agouts.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street.
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone (J82.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotol
street. Lodging by day, weok or
month 25c. and BOc. a night; $1
and $1.25 a weok.
Pictures! Pictures! Pictures! Don't
forgot to include a picture with your
Christmas presonts and that King
Bros, havo a fine lino of now subjects
of all sorts with prieos to suit tho
Winter & Winter, Dontists. Ofiico,
33 Borolania street.
Gold fillings $3.00
Silver fillings LOO
Tooth extracted 50
Eastom Prices. Mutual Tolo-
Sealed tenders will be received at
tho Interior OIHco until 12 o'clock
Friday, Dec. 23, for furnishing to tho
Insauo Asylum tho supplies named
in schedules printed in an oilicial
notice in this issuo.
The above comiirKos an Elcimut
Line of New Moods, and will be -old re
gardless of cost; this gives an unusual
opportunity to obtain Fine Goods at a
& Goods on view Wednesday, Dee.
11th, at 1 o'clock r. i.
Immense Variety at Exceptionally Low Prices.
A LAHOK ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' & Children's Dainty Colored Border Handkerchiefs at 00c, 75c,
$1.00, 1.25 and 1.30 per dozen.
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs .
(Heist value ever offered) at 20c, 25c. and 1)50. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn Work and
Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
BJS? Ladies would do well to inspect our Stock before making their selections elsewhere. J(t
But Made a
Alleged Assault at the Asylum,
Daniol Poopahu,a substitute guard
at the fnsano Asylum, was arrostod
this morning on tho complaint of Dr.
McWayno, Medical Suporintondont.
charged with assault and bat
tery on a Chinese pntionf. Accord
ing to Dr. MoWnyno's ntntomoiit
Poopahu had given tho Chinaman
modicino and tho lattor drank it and
throw it up again. Tho guard im
mediately struck tho Chinaman on
tho face, knocking him howu and in
juring him somewhat.
Tho guard on the other hand
states that the lunatic kicked him in
tho abdomen, whon ho pushed him
down. Poopahu has given bail and
will appoar to-morrow for trial.
Tho Government land known as
Laula, North Konu, will bo sold at
auction January 10.
Tho threo hack drivers reported
yesterday wore not all liconsed men.
Two wore sailors who wore imitating
Honolulu Jehus, tho third only be
ing a full-fledged hack-drivor. No,
3'ou don't got oir so easy as they
Mrs. K. Orr, wife of Liout. Orr,
U. S. N., of tho U. S. S. Marion, was
a through passenger on tho S. S.
China yestorday. Sho goes to meet
nor husuanu and expects to mako a
stay at Yokohama and China of
R. Wassman, Koalakokua, Hawaii,
makes a lino articlo of poha and
guava jams and jollies. TI103 aro
put up in 1, 2 and 3 pound tins and
m glass jars, It is to bo hoped the
ontorprising packer may build up a
Messrs. Albert Barnes, E. II.
Bailey, A.-F. Hopko, Goorgo Her
bert, M. D., and F. L. Stolz havo
formed a corporation entitled, "Tho
Maui Fishorios Company, Limited,"
with its principal ofhco at Kahului.
Success to thorn.
Some time ago this papor made
moid ion of a new steamer named
tho Americana having loft England
for this port. Late papors, however,
say tho Americana is a four-masled
barkontino, built on tho linos of tho
four-masled schoonor Aloha.
A chargo of kidnapping a Japa
nese baby was hoard in tho Polico
Court this morning, tho defendants
being a Chinaman and a Japanese.
Tho Chinaman was discharged and
Judge Foster will give his decision
as to tho Jap defendant to-morrow.
Another treat is promised those
who attend tho Armory next Satur
day afternoon and evening, as ar
rangements havo boon made with Mr.
Maltby to give two moro of his mar
velous exhibitions in cycling. Tho
matineo will bo of special interest to
ladies and children
Ka Loo arrogantly boasts this
morning of hustling for news! It
claims to give first news of H.M.S.
Daphne's expected arrival hero. Jf
tho editor of Ka Leo will turn back
tho Bulletin file to Decombor 2d,
ho will thoro find tho very flnt men
tion of that vessel's movoinonts. Do
somo moro "hustling,"
Know it Was Loaded,
About midnight last night, tho
quiet which usually surrounds the
massive shadows of tho now Central
Union Church, was disturbed bj" tho
short, resonant sound of a revolver
shot. Inquiry was assisted by tho
appearance, on tho porch of his
cottago, of Dr. O. F. Lee, of Marys
villo, California, a guest of tho Ha
waiian Hotol. Tho doctor, although
quietly smoking a cigar, exhibited a
hand bound up in a towol from
which blood was dropping quite
freely. Tho wounded gontloinan
readily gave tho information that,
while engaged in arranging his
valibo for a projected trip to tho
Volcano, by tho Kinau to-day,
ho had oarolossly handled a self
cocking revolver, which ho had not
discharged for 18 months previously,
and had unwittingly placed his loft
hand over the mu.zlo. Dr. Loo
pressing tho triggor, tho hammer
did tho rest, resulting in a bullet
being sent through his left hand at
tho base of tho third and fourth fin
gers. Dr. Leo's brother, who was
close at hand, as well as Dr. Wood,
tendered professional assistance, but
the wounded gentleman, a surgoon
himself, coolly administered to his
own wants, although sullering groat
pain, and, as related, visited tho ver
anda of his cottage to solace himself
with a good cigar and do somo quiot
thinking over tho unpleasant results
attendant upon pressing tho triggor
01 a loaded rovoivor.
The divorce caho of Maria Gomes
dn Silva vs. Joaquin Gomes da Silva,
on tho grounds of deserting and
neglect to support, was argued and
submitted before Judge Dole this
morning. Neumann mid Hatch for
plaintiff; Whiting for defendant.
Proof of claims in tho bankruptcy
of Tai Lung will come boforo Judge
Judge Hiekorton to-day heard tho
petition of KuuhuNaiapaakai, father
of Liawahino, a minor, for letters of
guardianship. Tho petition was
granted, tho guardian to give a
bond of S100. W. J. Castle for
pot it ion,
STAMP COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
-AS USUAL) -
1'rcstMiU tliu Flnuitt Dlspluj of Spe
Novelties for tho Holidays
"Which limit bo scon to lie appreciated.
Choicest Season Uooki from Harper's,
Houghton tt Millin, Scribner's,
l.othrop's and other?'.
Office & Pocket Diaries for '93
riLIflllKi: SILVER NOVKLTICH IJ
Inkstands, Wotturs, Paper Knives,
Oder Stands, Toilet Set", Flasks, Ktc.
Albums in Latest Designs
Finest Leather Goods, Nut l'ick Sets,
ItlnckiiiL' Outfits, new and sensible;
Celluloid Photo Frames, Hook Marks,
Itlotters it Calendars, Work lloxes,
Desks, Manicure, .Music Itolls,
Dressing & Traveling Cases,
Vases it Flower Stands,
Double A Triple Mirror",
Xmas Cards & Booklets
-: ONLY A FKW l.KFT :-
-:-Calendars for 1893-:-
A ('HOICK VAKIKTY.
For the Hoys in lino assortment, and ditto
for t lit; Oirls, including tliu best
DOLLS & DOLL SLJNDH ES
To bo found in town.
la Fact this Applies to All Our Lines.
Christmas & New
Call Around This Evenmi
"TXKNNKIl .fc CO,
Kare NOVELTIES for the
If you want a
Shawl or a
Kicli (lifts for
CHIUSTMAS JEWELRY. 0
If you want a Spoof
Thread or a Boll of Silk;
If you want bargains in La
dies' While Goods;
NOTHING LIKE IT IN TOWN.
The Old Stand,
WENXEH Si CO.,
Importing and Manufacturing Jewejers.
Closing Out Sale
- OF -
Christmas Goods 1
Toys, with or without Mechanism,
Dolls, Flags, Albums, Satchels,
Purses, Vases, Statues,
lirouzo Ware, Mocca Cups,
Opera and Hpy Glasses, (warranted lirst
Minors, Frames, ilrackets,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
Fans, (extra line);
Carpets and Itugs, (all sizes);
Etc , Etc., Elc,
want a Doll for the
If you want a Parasol or an
Jf you want Value for Your
Money, do you know what to do?
53 0-u.r Stock, of
Many people waiting for late selec-
ll gcfimuiv nut," ioi
lulng picked out dally.
Imuly left," for the choicest
H"OPEN EVENINGS a
Tho Nowh Department Is prepared
to receive subscription onlera for tho New
Year. Persons desiring to make changes
will please advise in time.
Look out for the Jubilee Issue of the
Hawaiian Annual for II
, hm-:ly ii.i i stiwtkii
collection of Foreign
Ill nlaced his
Stamps with the undersigned for disposal.
Thosu desiring to select from the above
collection can obtain sheets on approval
by applying to
geo. w. uunaEss.
Terinsi Net Cash. KJS-hv
To appear during ChrUtmas week,
THOS. G. THRUM,
lOS Fort Street.
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
EhSItH. AL1IEHT 1IAKNES, E. H.
Hailev, A. F. Hopko, George Her-
1.. htol nuvu associated to-
bert and P,
I'ethcr miliar the nrovls oils ot Ulmi
X I . I J I . of Session Laws of 1WHJ, and be
come a lloily Corporate under the name of
"The Maul Fisheries Company, Limited,"
Willi its principal ollice at Kahului, Dis
trict of Walluku, Maul. lt Olllceis are:
E. H. llulloy President,
George Herbert Secretary,
Albert Humes . Treasurer.
Who together with A.l HopLoaiid F.
L. Stolz constitute the Directors.
Secretary M. F. Co., L'd.
Dee. V', 169:, Wa-'A
- Each Piece marked with CASH
Mfc DISCOUNT on Larger Cash Pur
chases. Mfc- EVEKYItODY invited to an In
spection. H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
BY V1HTUEOF A WIUTOF EXEOU
tlou issued out of I'm Police Court on
the L'nd day of November, A. 1). 18!)-,
against Yop Sin, dofendant, fn favor of D.
K. Nul, jihiintitr, for the sum of 17.7fl, 1
have levied upon and shall cixmiii for t-ulo
at the Polico Station, in the District of
Honolulu, island of Oahu, at l'i o'clock of
WEDNESDAY, tho Ith dav of January,
A. I). ma, to the highest bidder, all the
right, title and interest of the said S'opSin,
defendant, in and to the follow ing pro
perty, unless said judgment, interest, costs
and my expenses be previously paid.
List of proper! v for sale:
I Novels, f Pictures, ! Mirrors, 1 loum;o,
lluromotor, 1 Package lire
Kodaks I Christmas
IS NOT (Jl'ITE EXHAUSTED
HOLLISTER fe CO.,
109 Fort, Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Honolulu, Dee. (I, lh'J.'.
EDWIN A. JONES
Has opened an oilico for transacting all
business in connection uith
Trusts, Purchase, and Salo of Bonds,
Stock and Real Estato,
And is prepared to Audit Accounts.
(Jlllt'oi "Old Chamberof Commerce Kooui,"
Campbell lllock. P. O. Ilox .V.
Daily Itulletin, 00 venta n month,
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
1IY LAST STEAMEIt A FULL LINE OF
BLACK QOODS I
Mi cents per
lllack Cashmere I'.'-inch wide
vard and onwards.
lllack India Lawn, lllack French Uiwu.
lllack Satteeu in Plain and Figured,
lllack Calico In Plain and Figured.
lllack, Cotton, -Silk and Kid Gloves in all
lllack Stockings for Ladles and Children.
lllack Silk Warn Henrlotte Cloths,
Etc., Etc., Kto., Kt
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
Dressmaking under the management of Miss K, OLAKK,