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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAP CO.
KltOM AND AFTKH OCTOBKK 1, 1802.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
U-ave Honolulu. .(l:lf. 8 : tr 1:45 4:3ff
Arrive Honoullull.7:20 ?1:57 2:57 5:3Tt
IiOnvoHonouliull..7:30 10:43 3:43 C:42f
Arrive Honolulu g,:35 11:55 4:55 0:G0t
Pram, Citv Local.
Leave Honotalu 5:108 ...
Arrlvo Pearl City 5:48 ....
Lea vo Pearl 01ty..0 :65
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30 .... ;
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
5 Saturdays oxecpted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, DEC. 22, 1892.
Thuiwiiay, Dec. 22.
Br bk Bylgtc from Hongkong
liktne Discovery, McNeil, from Snn Fran
cisco Stmr 1'clo from Hannmaulu
Stmr Walalealo from Lnhalna and Hnmn-kua
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Auction sales this evening.
William Morris declines to bo poot
lnuronto of England.
Tho band will play at tho Queen's
Hospital from 8 to 5 this afternoon.
There aro sovoral bad ruts on tho
sidewalk on King, boyond Punch
Johnny Ned's rag is tho second of
tho scavongor press to lose an "irre
A numbor of pooplo havo com
plained of being unwell through tho
prevailing southorly winds.
Diamond Hoad, 8 p. m. Woathor,
clear; wind, frosh southeast; steamer
Waialoalo 20 miles northeast.
Tho case of tho defendants in tho
Kohala wator caso in equity before
Chief Justice Judd is on to-day.
Wator rates again. Duo January
1, ton percent to bo added if not
paid for fifteen days thereafter.
Miss Harvoy has been appointed
to succeed Miss MoLeod, resigned,
as a teacher in tho Government
school at Hilo.
Thursday, Dec. 22, 1892.
Thursday, Dec. 15.
Stmr Hawaii for Lahaina and Hamakua
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Jas Makeo for Kapaa at 4 p m
Stmr Polo for Makawoli
Qer bk J C Qlade for San Francisco
Vessels Loaving To-morrow.
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Btmr-Pele 3870 bags sugar,
Stmr J A Cummins 852 bags sugar.
foreign Vessels Expected.
S S Australia, Houdlotte, from San Fran
cisco, due Dec. 23
S S Alameda, Morso, from San Francisco,
due Jan 13
S S Mariposa, Hnyward, from tbo Colonics,
due San. 12
Am bktno Iraigard, Schmidt, from New
castle, N S V, due Dec 31
Gor bark H Hackfeld from Liverpool, due
Tenders aro invited until noon of
next Wednesday, for supplying arti
cles olsowhoro listed to tho Molokai
Tho choir of tho Bishop's congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
will meet in t tho church at 7 this
evening for practice.
Tho organ from tho old Contral
Union Church is now being placed
in position in tho annex to tho Chi
nese church, Fort streot.
Anyone wanting a splendid family
carriage will bo suited with that
Victoria advortisod by the Hawaiian
Carriage Manufacturing Co.
Mr. F. W. McChosnoy has boon
discharged as assignee of Hamilton
Johnson in bankruptcy. Tho estate
realized about 50 cents in tho dollar.
Vessels in Port.
USB Boston. Wiltse. from Hilo
H B M S Daphne, J McArthur, from San
Am bktne Amelia, Ward, from Port Town
send Am 4-mstd schr Transit, Jorgensen, from
1 , San Francisco
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Hnvy Bk Mnuna Ala, Smith, from New
Am bktne S N Castlo, Hubbard, from San
In view of tho San Francisco
steamors touching at Hilo, Mr. John
Lycurgus of tho San Francisco Do
pot has takon a store to open up a
fruit trado thoro.
The steamer Kinau will leave again for
Maui and Hawaii to-morrow afternoon.
Tho bark Albert will leave for San Fran
cisco with a full cargo of sugar about the
The stmr. Pelo arrived from Hanamauln.
Kauai, this morning, and after discharging
her sugar into the Albert left again this
afternoon for another cargo from the same
The bark J. O, Glade, Hercksen, sailed
to-day with the following cargo: 18,112
bags sugar, H. Hackfeld & Co. ; 10,291 bags
sugar, M. S. Qrinbaum & Co.; 50 cases
honey, H. Hackfeld & Co. Domestic value,
Tho barkentine Discovery from San
Francisco, and the barkBylgio from Hong
kong, were towed into port to-day, after
being becalmed oil" the islands the past two
days. The Discovery is unloading near
tho Oceanic wharf, and the Bylgic is dock
ed at Brewer's wharf.
Remember the wind-up of tho
Christmas series of sales by Morgan
this evening. Something for old
and young. This is your chance for
a beautiful rug.
Tho turkey question must come to
a third reading now within a few
hours. Vote for tho biggest one at
H. Davis & Co.'s, and you'll havo a
Tho complimentary concert to tho
officers of H. B. M. S. Daphne at the
Hotel last evening was delightful.
The singing of the Kawaiahao jubi
lee songs was great.
The British tars aro still in it for
furious and heedless riding on na
tive bronchos. Two of thorn nearly
ran into a tramcar on King stroot
Levey offers tho largest stock of
Christmas goods at auction this
evening. Remember, Christmas
comes but once a year, and don't let
the kids miss their good cheer.
Tho report of the declining condi
tion of R. N. Webster, in this morn
ing's Advertiser, is declared to bo er
roneous. For sovoral days the pa
tient has been steadily improving.
The Minister of Interior will re
ceive tenders up to noon to-morrow
for furnishing supplies to tho Insane
Asylum for six months from Jan. 1,
1893. Tho supplies are scheduled
Catholic Cajthedral of Honolulu.
Next Sunday, December 25th, is
"Christmas Day," tho Birthday of
our Lord Jesus Christ, a holy day
Low masses begin at 4:30 a. m.,
and continue till about 9, with holy
communion, from the 3d mass.
High pontifical mass at 10 a. m.,
sung by his Lordship, tho Bishop of
Panopolis, tho St. Louis' College
Band -playing, and tho cathedral
choir singing, followed by baptism
of infants and adults.
Confirmation, -Rosary, Benedic
tion of the M. B. Sacrament, 8 p. m.,
the Portuguese band, under tho
Rev. Father Valentino's direction,
playing before and after.
Saturday next, boing Christmas
eve, 18 a day of fasting ana abstinence.
GIFTS FOR IiEPEBS.
Help to Make Their Holidays Merry.
Any Toys, Dolls, Pictures, Books,
Clothing, Candies, and other Gifts
will bo thankfully rocoived for them
at J, T, Watorhouso's Queen stroot
Store, or at tho office of tho Board
Owing to palaver in tho Legisla
ture about the landing of opium,
etc., several residents of tho city
and outskirts have mistaken the
Boston's search lights as signals
from interested parties on shore.
Nigel Jackson, son of Captain
Jackson, once commander of the
Kaimiloa, returned before tho mast
on the Discovery to-day. He wore
no boots and and. on noanng tho
landing his first words wore, "Hero
wo aro again, boys."
Tho St. Andrew's Cathedral choir
of ladies and gentlemen, with Wray
Taylor as organist, will render tho
music at tho laying of tho corner
stone of tho Masonic Temple next
Tuesday. The Hawaiian band under
direction of Henry Borgor will also
play appropriate selections.
Patrick D. McDonald was com
mitted to tho Insane Asylum by
Judere Foster this morniiur. McDon
ald foil from a horse on Hawaii some
time ago, and was brought to tho
Queen's Hospital on Oct. 21 for
treatment. Ho was sent thoro by
tho British Benevolent Societ'.
At tho Education office aro to bo
seen croditablo specimens of froo
hand nourishing, map drawing, etc.,
from tho Honokaa school, of which
Mr. Armstrong Smith is principal.
Thoro aro also beautiful samples of
penmanship and original lottor writ
mg from tho Kailua, Kona, school,
whoso principal, Mr. Thomas Aiu, is
Tho Assembly convonod at 9
o'clock for pra'or. Minutes of tho
previous mooting woro road and ap
proved. Noble Marsdon from tho commit
too having consideration of tho Re
gistration Bill prosontod a roport in
cluding an amended bill. Roport
tabled for consideration with bill.
Ministor Jones moved tho recon
sideration of tho voto striking out
tho item of $4500 for tho completion
of tho Tantalus Road. Carried.
At 9:30, the Order of tho Day be
ing moved, Bill 14, relating to tho
establishing of a Buroau of Agricul
ture and Forestry, camo up on third
reading and was passed without ad
Bill 214, rolatiug to preventing
hunting or fishing on private
grounds, came up on third reading.
Rep. S. K. Pua moved tho indefi
nite postponement of tho bill.
Hop. Kaunamano moved that tho
Rop. Smith moved an amendment
that tho imprisonmont punishment
bo struck out of Section 2.
Noble Marsdon suggested a furth
er amendment that notices be posted
on tho grounds which aro regarded
Rop. Ashford supported tho mo
tion to indefinitely postpone. Ho
believed that tho proposed bill was
concocted in tho intorost of a little
cliquo of so-called sportsmen who
own shotguns anu want to own all
tho shooting rights and privileges.
These pooplo aro not satisfied with
what they nave already got in rights
but tho' want tho earth, and they
not only want it fenced but they
want tho fence painted and sanded.
Ho looked upon tho bill as an at
tompt to monopolize privileges
which this little clique think should
belong to none others than them
Rop. Whito also supported tho
indefinite postponement. If this
law was passed, thou next Sossion
there would bo an attempt mado by
largo land owners to prohibit tho
gathering of ti leaves or ferns and
byo-and-bye those pooplo would
claim tho birds flying over thoir
Rop. Waipuilani was in favor of
the bill. Ho did not think that
thoro was anything unreasonable in
tho provisions of tho bill. Now,
pooplo who havo no right go on
lands and with docs protend to
hunt pigs. Instead they chase and
worry cattle, and when they go off
tho laud tlioy leave tho gates open
and stock stray out. This measure
would be a protection to' land own
Rep. Kamauoha was not iu.favor
of tho bill. The law of trespass at
present in existence was sufficient to
cover the provisions of this proposed
Rep. Kaunamano favored the bill.
The trespass law would not fill tho
bill, this was necessary for tho pro
tection of land-owners.
Noble Baldwin said that ho had
nothing to do with tho introduction
of the bill; ho did not belong to any
shooting trust, in Oahu or olso
whoro, but ho beliovod this proposed
law was a just one, and would bo of
benefit to property owners, by put
ting a stop to the indiscriminate
shooting going on at present.
On motion tho ayes and noes wore
taken on the motion to indefinitely
postpone, resulting in the loss of
the motion by a vote of 32 to 14 as
Ayos Ministers Jouos and Brown;
Noblos Pua, Peterson, Cummins and
Maile; Reps. Wilder, Bipikano, Ash
ford, Aki, Pua, R. W. Wilcox, Ka
mauoha and Whito 14.
Noes Ministers Wilcox and Rob
inson; .Nobles Jorgor,i!.na, Jiopkins,
Williams, Kauhano, J. M. Horner,
Hind, Hoapili, Marsdon, Young,
Baldwin, W. Y. Hornor, Cornwoll,
Anderson, McBryde, Kanoa, Droior;
Rops. Kauhi, A. Hornor, Kaunamano,
Waipuilani, Kapahu, Nahinu, Kane
alii, Edmonds, Kaluna, Iosopa,
Akina, Smith and A. S. Wilcox 32.
Absent Noblos Walbridgo and
Rep. Ashford offered an amend
ment to the effect that no prosecu
tion could take place except upon
tho sworn complaint of tho owner
or occupant of tho laud or thoir
legal representative. Adopted
'lU.rt Will ...no fl.n
Noblo Marsdon from a special
committee reported on Bill 201, re
lating to tho duties on liquors, and
recommended that tho bill pass.
Roport adopted and tho bill passed
Ron. Kamauoha movod that Bill
95, relating to certain Constitutional
amondmonts, bo mado tho Order of
tho Day for Saturday. Carried.
Rop. Ashford presented a roport
from tho special committee having
consideration of amondmonts to tho
Opium Law, and roconnnolidod that
thoro bo ono liconso for Oahu at
$15,000, ono for Kauai at .$7500, ono
for Maui, Molokai, etc.. at $10,000,
and ono for Hawaii at $12,000.
On motion tho consideration of
Bill 147 with tho roport of the com
mittee was takon up, and after a lit
tlo dobato section 15, relating to
opium licousos, and as above amend
ed by the committee, was passed.
At 11:55 tho Assembly, on motion,
took rocoss until 1:80 p. m.
RoBcuod a Prisonor.
Between 7 and 8 o'clock yesterday
ovoning two British bluojackots a
privato and a sorgoant entered tho
restaurant adjoining the Pantheon
Saloon and ordorod suppor. Tho
sergeant ato his moal, but the other,
leaving his, camo out and lay on tho
sidewalk. Tho Chinese restaurateur
took tho tar's hat away from him in
payment. A policeman appeared
and picking up tho sailor marched
him off. The sorgoant ran down to
tho Empire Saloon, where ho got a
gang of sailors, and rushing up took
tho arrested man away from tho two
Eolicomon who now had hold of
im. Sovoral othor officers arrived
but it was too late, as the fifteen or
twenty Britishers had spirited tho
When on a visit to Iowa, Mr. K.
Dolton, of Luraj. Russoll County,
Kansas, called at tho laboratory of
Chamberlain & Co., Dos Moines, to
show them his six year old boy,
whoso life had boon saved by Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy, it having
cured him of a very sovoro attack of
croup. Mr. Dalton is cortain that it
saved his boy's life and is enthus
iastic in his praise of tho Remedy.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
The Event of the Season !
WHAT IS THE EVENT? AVIIY THE LATE IMPORTATION OF
WHICH ARRIVED ON THE "AURTRALIA," AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
jjn oH GJ .A CJ IEr3I IS ?
104 Port St.,
A cordial invitation is extended to
all to call and inspect our Christmas
stock comprising art and fancy
goods of all sorts. Store open Satur
day evenings. King Bnos.
N"e"V7 1 lTo"vel I Inexpensive I
For Metal, Plush and Celluloid, Toilet and Manicure
For Fancy Silk, Iluiulpuinlud, Jeweled and Embroidered Chair Uinpes
For Pure Linen, Ten, Tray, Table and Sideboard Covers and Rope Floss
For Novelties in Handpainlcd Fans and Handkerchief Sachets
For Fine Leather Hand IJ igs, Card Cases aud a World's Fair Puree
For Ladies' Fine Pmusols and Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's Cashmere and Silk Coals, Silk Hats, Silk and Muslin Bonnets
For Undressed Mousquctairc Kid 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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Immense Variety at Exceptionally Low Prices.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' & Children's
Subscribe for the
cents per month.
Daily Bulletin, SO
A Fine C
TRIMMED IN THE
Finest French Morocco
Handsome Gold Mountings
WHO. CARUY NINE PEOPLE AND IS
SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR
Elegant, Stylish and Durable.
3 Dainty Colored Border Handkerchiefs a'tGOc, 75c.,
$1.00, 1 .25 and $1.60 per dozen. '
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(Best value over oflered) at 20c, 2f)o. and IICc. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn Work and
Elegant Heal Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
g0f Ladies would do well to inspect our Slock before making their bclcctions elsewhere.
Can be found, as usual, at liW residence,
Alnkea street, next to British Club, or by
message at C. E. Williams' store, Kort
All work guaranteed and visited u
orders. Tuned the Piano for concert of
rompt attention to all
Musin, the celebrated violinist. UKl-'Jw
2 NEW COTTAGES ON
Punchbowl street. Cot
tage contains Parlor. 2 Bed
rooms, dinincrooni. kitchen.
pantry, and bathrooms. Kent
quire of L.
13 Niiuanu Street.
HOUSE ON MAK.IKI
streot containing Par-
Hawaiian Car. M'f g Co.
NO. 70 QUEEN 8THEET.
lor. Dininc-rooiu, 3 Bed
rooms. Kitchen, etc. Car
riage House, Stable anil other Outhouses
on the premises. Theso premises adjoin
those occupied by Mr. Crcigliton. Apply to
003-tf J. M. MONSAKHAt.
STAMP COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
MR. ALEX. J. CAHTWHIOHT HAS
placed his collection of Foreign
Stamps with tho undersigned for disposal.
Those desiring to select from tho abovu
collection can obtain sheets on approvnl
by applying to
GEO. W. nUKGKSS.
Terms: Net Cash. OTS-'Jw
O L D B E R
On New Year's Eve
A Handsome Embroidered Dress
If you would like an opportunity to g-et this
Dress, buy a Bill of Goods for CASH to the
amount of Five Dollars, and you will find
out all about it.
-A. Beaxxtifu-l Doll
Will also be
away at the same time :
buy Goods to, the amount of Three Dollars,
and you will have the chance to get these
Mr. J. O. Boswoll, ono of tho host
known and most respected citizens
of Brownwood, Texas, suffered with
diarrhoea for a long tune and tried
many different romodios without
benefit, until Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera aud Diarrhoea Itomodv was
used; that relieved him at once. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. The prizo doll at. Sachs will bo
given away to-morrow night.
Mr. Gee. K. Norton, salesman in
Lowers & Cooke's lumbor yard, is
again laid up.
Throo cases of drunkonnoss were
fined $2 and $1 costs each in tho
Police Court this morning.
A Chinaman named Ah Ung plead
ed guilty in tho Polioo Court to
having opium unlawfully in posses
sion and was sentenced to pay a fino
Mr. Allen Hutchinson, sculptor,
has shipped his most important
works by tho bark J. C. Glade for
exhibition in Europe. Tlioy aro of
local subjects and will undoubtedly
attract tho eager interest of con
noisseurs in tho Old World. Tho
lot comprises tho typical bust, "Ha
waii Nei," which is a masterpiece in
tho opinion of all who have soon it,
and relief typos of malo and female
Hawaiians from infancy to old ago.
A Chiuaman reported at tho Sta
tion this afternoon that ho had been
assaulted by a nativo woman. There
was a big gash on his hoad and his
face was covered with blood. Ho is
a fish vender and entered a yard on
Emma stroot above tho Royal School,
The folks in tho placo wanted tho
Chinaman to credit them with two
bits' worth of fish. John would not
say ayo, and turned to go out, when
a woman picked up a" stones and
throw it, hitting him ou tho hoad.
Tho woman has been arrested.
Tho bill was then passed in its
Undor suspension of tho rules,
Rop. Ashford from tho Opium Com
mittee prosontod a roport upon cor
tain sections of Bill 117, referred to
thorn for consideration. Report
tabled for consideration with tho
Rop. Wilder, from the Committee
on Commerce, prosontod a roport on
Bill 211, rolativo to preventing tho
importation and sale of oleomar
garine or butterino. Tho committoo
state that about 21,650 lbs. of the
compound had boon introduced into
the country sineo January 1, 1892.
Tho invoice price is fifteen cents per
lb. It is used in restaurants and
boarding houses as buttor and "wo
aro informed that tho importers soil
it as buttor." They recommend tho
bill pass. Table for consideration
Rop. Wilder from tho Commerce
Committoo also reported on Bill 225
to admit railroad material free of
duty. Tho committoo do not soo any
necessity for tho bill and they ro
commond that it bo tabled. Roport
Noblo Williams from tho Printing
Committee roportod Bills 228, to or
ganize Hilo firo department, and 229,
to amend tho law to re-organize the
Rop. Smith, by permission, gavo
notice of a bill relating to tho
mnondinont of Chap. 60, Sec. 20,
Session laws of 1888, relating to con
struction of railways on the Islam!
of Oahu. Bill read and referred to
tho Judiciary Committoo.
Looking for Attractive and Service
able Presents for Gentlemen
should remember that
Has a Complete Line of Tasty and
gjF Suitable, for Holiday Gift !
LEATHER GOODS, CIGAR & CARD CASES,
Traveling Bags, Umbrellas, Canes, Etc., Etc.
0-u.r Stools of
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fop? IHHBIVII 1
!H Kodaks I Christmas
18 NOT QUIT13 KXHAUBTED
PrioeB ftom ST'.OO to $75.00.
ft Q li P B M Ife ftj HOLLISTEB, & CO.,
Vistas of Hawaii,
The Paradise Of The Pacific
lO Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Souvenir as Ever Saw Light
EXQUIHITKI.Y 1MV8TIIATKII WITH nlOTOOiU VU1IEH
Frottiest Ohrlstmas Preaent of tlrxe
PIUOK 91.00; l'lIOTOQUAVUKKS 75o.
JU m mJLhmJwJm !
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Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
All rtcuipts aro devoted by tho Kilauea Volcano House Company ntul the Oahu
Hallway Conijmny, tho publishers, to advertising tho IlamlH, mid to tho ndvantuo
ol the whole country.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
Japanese Silh and Crepes, at very low prices.
Tggr' Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Toilet and Jfanicure Sets,
Work Boxes, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all sold regardless of cost.
$3? Ladies' and Misses' Tailor-made Jackets, from $3 up.
S3P Beaded Silk, Black Capes, at your own price.
Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in gr.eat variety.
Car Dreuauklng Under Uio Management oi MISS K. 0L&BK. .&3