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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
PitOM AND AFTER. OCTOBER 1. 1892.
A.M. A.M. r.M. r.M.
Luovo Honolulu.. .0:16 8:45 1:45 4:3ot
ArrlvoHonoullull.7:20 0:C7 2:57 fi:35t
Iftvononoullul!..7:30 10:43 3:43 6:12t
Arrive Honolulu, .8:35 11:55 4:55 0:50t
FKAitt. City Local.
Lcnvc Honolulu 5:105 ....
Arrive Pearl City 0:48S ....
Arrive Honolulu. 7:30
Sundoys'oxcoptud. f Saturdays only.
S Saturdays excepted.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
BY C. J. IA'ONH.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Thoro will bo no baud concert
Tho Scottish Thistle Club will not
moot Monday night.
A now "Water Notico" oxtouds tho
timo of pigment to Jan. 31.
James F. Morgan will soil rolled
barley and flour at auction Monday
D,V. g.feli S IB 1 W a,
a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. ....
Moil. 10 :i 10 2 43 8 10 10 40 (1 40 ft 40 5 40
tups, i; ro :i 3ii is 11 so o 40 r. 4o
hi.iii n io
Wed. 18 4 35 4 5 0 0 10 0 6 40 R 41 7 .".'J
Tlltll'9. Ill IS B 4 35 1 fi 10 43 0 40 5 42
I'll. 20 s as o ao i ,ts n i; 6 40 n 42 8 3;
nut. 21 own :;o 2 5 11 at 0 40 5 41 .12
Bun. 22 7 2 7 35 2 as .... 0 40 8 44 10 21
Now Moon on the 1 7 tli at 3h. 57m. p. m.
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
Tho bark S. C. Allon will loavo on
Tuesday for San Francisco with a
cargo of sugar.
Mr. Weodon'a lighthouse will
ahino in Kaumalcapili Church to
Mrs. Kahananui, lately involved
in a crim. con. suit, is a vory busy
woman thoso days.
Two wooks from Monday tho first
term over hold of tho First Circuit
Court will open in Aliiolaui Halo.
Tho Myrtlo Boat Club have ordor
od a now racing bargo. It is ex
pected on tho noxt steamer from tho
Tho stoamor Waialoalo reports
fiuo weather on Hamakua. She
brought 2168 bags sugar from Ku-kuihaolo.
Jubilee of a Venerably Catholic
Other Interesting Items of tho Beau
THE MAKEE BREAKS DOWN.
Captain Porriman, mastor mari
nor, loft as passongor ou tho schoon
or Robert Lowors this aftornoon for
Mrs. Mary Cloniont Loavitt will
address tho mooting to-morrow
morning at 11 o'clock at tho Kawai
Row Fathor Charles Pouzot of
Hilo was ordained a priest in Paris,
France, January lu,
Tho U. S. cruiser Boston's mon
had drill on Palace Square this
morning. Tho military tactics woro
SATURDAY, JAN. 21, 1893.
Stmr Kinau from Hani and Hawaii
Btmr Kaala from AVaianae and Wuinlua
Stmr C K Bishop, from Kahuku
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Stmr James Miikeo from Kauai
Stmr Waialcale from Hamakua
Stmr Wninuinalo from Maui and Molokai
Stmr Mokolii from Molokai
SlTUitDAY, .Tan. 24.
Haw Bk Mauna Ala, Smith, for San Kran-
Am bchr Robt Lowers, Goodman, for San
Schr Mary K Foster for Maknwcli
All tho suits in tho Courts now
aro brought in the namo of tho Pro
visional Government. Regina has
Circuit Court term at Hilo was
not through with tho calondar when
tho Kinau sailed. A fow civil cases
Yoniained for trial.
Vessels Leaving: Monday.
for Lalmin.i and Hninn-
Stmr C R Bishop for
Kahuku and l'uiialuu
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Kinau 2 horses, 110 pigs, 105 bdls
hides, 2U5 bags potatoes, 182 bags corn,
12 bales wool, 14 bales peanuts, 8 bbls
poi, 12(1 bags Hour, 212 bags barley,
U300 bags sugar and 150 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Jas Makee 2300 bags sngar, 400 bags
paddy and 28 sundries.
Stmr Waialeale 2103 bags sugar.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Jan 21 Q K Wilder and wife, J Costa and
wife, J R Wilson and wife, J V Mason, A
Vf Richardson, J W Jones, It Rycroft, T C
Wills, Til Rowland, J T Raker, F Hell
wig, 0 W Ashford, Miss I Frcar, Mrs K
l'akaula, Mrs Koaulama, Prof A R Lyons,
Miss Julia Doiron, F M Lewis, Rov S Kaili,
O M Belshaw, Miss Nina Costa, Miss Nora
Costa, II Zablan, F Johnson, Miss K Kane
liaku. Col A Bwinton, (.' V R Dove, 13 Row
sett, Miss K Kaiue and 58 deck.
From Hamakua, per stmr Waialeale, Jan
21 Mrs Dannhauser, Master IXinnhauscr
and !) deck.
For San Francisco, per schr Robert
Lowers, Jan 21 Captain Pcrriman.
Foreign Vossols Expected.
HUMS Kongo from San Francisco, due
S S Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
cisco, due Jan 25
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 5
Am 4-nistd schr W F Wltzeman from New
castle, N H W
Am 4-mstd schr Alico Cooke, I'enhallow,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-mstd schr Puritan, from Newcastle,
N S W
Gcr hark H Hackfeld from Liverpool, now
due Haw bk Lady Lampsou from Newcastle,
Haw bk Leahi, Nolson, from San Fian
cisco, due Jan 30
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Am ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S W
Am bktne Hilo, from Newcastle, N H W
Am bk Kclipse from Nanaimo
Rr bk Tacora from Liverpool, due Jan 30
J. Costa and wife, who woro dis
charged on a chargo of murder at
tho Hilo Court, were passengers by
tho stoamor Kinau this morning.
Tho gontler sox of tho Four Hun
dred flutter considerably in tho
vicinity of Uncle Sam's headquar
ters. Don't "ax" what's tho attrac
tion. Tho picket fonco on tho Mililani
street sido of Aliiolani Halo is dila
pidated. Demolition is indeed its
best remedy, as it is not worth re
Tho two crows of tho Healanis,
who had a raco yesterday afternoon,
may have another contest in tho near
future, as tho defeated four aro not
Deputy Attorney-General G. K.
Wiklor and wife, J. W. Jones, Court
stenographer, and members of tho
bar loturned from tho Hilo Circuit
this morning on tho Kinau.
Vessels in Fort.
U S S Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
Am bkt Irmgurd, Heimlich, from New
castle, N S W
Am bkt Planter, Dow, from Port Town
send Am bk Sonoma, Anderson, from San Fran
cisco Am hk B C Allen, Thomp-ou, from San
Rrlgt W G Irwin, McCulloeh, from San
Brit bk Scottish Wizard, from Newcastle,
Am bktno J Smith from Newcastle, N S W
Tho steamers Mokolii and Waiinunalo
were telephoned as 16 miles east at 2:10
o'clock this afternoon.
Tim bark Milium Ala partly cleared at
the Custom llouso this morning with 11,
801 hags sugar shipped by W. (J. Irwin it
l'o., and I.OU7 bugs sugar by (!. O. llerger.
She is taking in more sugar this afternoon.
Tho schooner Itobert Luwers sailed for
the Coast at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon
with a caruoof suuar shiiini'd as follows:
U,t).V) bugs, 11. Hai'kfuldA Co., bfHJl hugs,
M. 8. (irliibuum A: Co, Dm nestle value,
Arrived Jan. 14, steamer Kinau from
Honolulu; 20, steamer Kinau from Hilo.
Balled Jan. 11, steamer Kinau for Hilo
and way ports: 17, American schooner
Mury Dodge, (iullop muster, fur Hun Fran
cisco with 3.112 hags sugar. 351,072 Hit.,
value, JH.'.1I, Shipped by Then. II.
DuvIun ,fc Co.; 20, steamer Klniiu for Hono
lulu. The Vnily Bulletin it Mlvrrcd by
Mrrltrt for CO cent per month,
Nothing of importance was tran
sacted in tho District Court this
morning. D. K. Fyfo was brought
up and his case again remanded
until a futuro date, defendant con
senting. Workmen aro at it day and night,
getting tho hydraulic dredgo in tho
best order possible. It is tho inten
tion of tho Government to have tho
harbor dredging pushed forward
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s
editorial in to-day's issuo has somo
bearing upon tho present situation.
Road it and thon visit their estab
lishment, not once but often and
your wants will bo satisfied.
Tho ordnaneo ollicor of tho Pro
visional Government visited tho dif
ferent hardwaro aud othor dealers
in tire-arms for the purpose of as
certaining tho number of fire-arms
sold by them during tho past six
Tho "Lady of tho Lake," a histor
ical play, will bo presented by the
Hawaiian Dramatic Company as
soon as tho political commotion sub
sides. Tho scenes, from tho brush
of Rupprecht, aro beautiful repre
sentations, while tho costumes aro
uniquo and artistic.
Tho Bulletin hoars from tho cap
tain of tho Healani Boat Club, re
garding tho challenge of tho Myrtlo
B. C, and the word is that tho raco
will bo rowed threo weeks from to
day. It will bo at Pearl River,
whoro tho Healanis won tho pon
nant. Tho steamer Kilauoa Hon imparl
ed the first uowb of tho upsetting of
tho old Government to Maui and
Hawaii. It was received in a quiet
manner. The V. G. Hall yostorday
coiivoyod news of furthor develop
ments. She connected with the
1813. Ho has
boon m uuo -la years, dubiioo ser
vices woro hold in tho Catholic
Church on tho loth inst. Thoro
woro presont on this occasion: His
Lordship tho Bishop of Panopolis,
Rov. Fathor Colostin, Kau; Rov.
Fathor Sylvostor, Wailuku; Rov.
Fathor Paul, Hamakua; Rov. Father
Oliver, Kohala; Rov. Fathor Maon,
and Rov. Fathor Bonavontura, Hilo.
Tho services in tho morning at 10
o'clock consisted of a grand mass.
Fathor Chas. Pouzot ollicintod, as
sistod by Father Colostin as dea
con, Father Bonavontura as sub-
dcacou, Fathor Sylvostor as master
of coromouios. In tho aftornoon at
3 o'clock thoro was confirmation by
the Bishop, 370 being confirmed. At
7 o'clock p. in. thoro was preaching
by his Lordship and Rov. Fathor
Pouzot. On Monday 32 woro con
firmed; Tuesday, 40; Wodiiesdaj',81).
Wednesday, 18th inst., a grand
lunu was hold on tho grounds of Jst.
Mary's School, in a largo lanai with
iron roof. Tho tables woro loaded
dowu with food in native stylo cook
ing. Good seats woro provided, so
that guests did not have to sit on
tho ground as is usually tho case at
luaus. Tho pavilion was surrounded
with flags. All woro delighted to bo
present eomplimoiitarih to so worthy
a priest as Fathor Pouzot. While
tho others woro eating, tho school
bo3-s, under tho leadership of Bro.
Ignacio, sang several beautiful selec
tions in a vory pleasing manner.
Thoro was an extra largo atten
dance, tho da- boing perfection.
Will namo a fow that woro present:
His Lordship tho Bishop of Pano
polis, Rov. Fathers Colostin, Sylves
ter, Paul, Oliver, Maxen and Bona
vontura; Governor J. T. Bakor and
Mrs. Baker, Judge Hapai and Mrs.
Hapai, A. Richardson, J. B. Stupplo
boon, Rev. S. L. Desha, Geo. C.
Bocklov, W. L. Rose, B. Brown and
Mrs. Brown, Mrs. J. H. Maby, N.
Willfong, Mrs. J. R. Wilson, Mrs.
Scholtzy, R. Rycroft and Mrs. Ry
croft, Mrs. J. Richardson, A. Serrao,
J. Serrao, Mrs. J. Reinhardt, Mrs. D.
H. Hitchcock, Mrs. Saudoman, Mr.
Burnell, J. Canario and Mrs. Ca
nario, Mrs. A. Wall, Misses Doyo,
As said before, all were delighted
to do honor to so worthy and useful
a priest, who bids fair to bo somo
years at his Master's work in this his
lovod homo, Hilo. In tho evening
of Wednesday, after the hum, thoro
were services in tho church conduc
ted by tho Bishop. Tho Band was
present and did itself honor. At all
tho meotings tho church was crowd
od. In tho ovenings tho edifice was
At tho luau a congratulatory ad
dross was made to Rov. Fathor Pou
zot br His Lordship tho Bishop, and
was replied to by tho Rov. Fattier in
a vory cheerful manner. Tho occa
sion was certainly a vory joyous one
and will ho vory pleasant ly remem
bered for years to como as a delight
Tho U. S. S. Boston was thrown
open to visitors during her stay
hero, and many availed themselves
of tho privilege.
Tho woathor has been quite cold
hero latoly, the thermometer getting
as low as 58 ono lnornintr.
Mr. Lycurgus has opened a fruit
store; also sells cigars, oysters and '
varieties. His mandarin oranges hold '
Tho Costa trial is finished with a
ordict of not guilty, without a dis
Un account of rough weather tho
Kinau could not land at Makcua and
got potatoes, so Hilo had none, but
sweet ones, for 20 days.
Limes aro very plentiful, so much
so that one could get all ho wished
simply for the asking.
Dr. Thompson of this district and
his wife have been visiting here the
lady has had a regular ovation. Two
parties have been gotten up in her
honor. Wo remember her usefulness
when living hero, she having aided
much in literary entertainments,
participating ably and acceptably.
J. A. X.
Hilo, Jan. lit, 1W3.
Tho 1. 1. S. N. Co.'s steamer James
Mnkoo from Kauai was towod into
port at 1:15 o'clock this afternoon
by tho samo company's steamers C.
R. Bishop and Kaafn. Tho Makoo
had tho misfortune to break her
shaft and thus bocomo disabled off
Wnianno early this morning. Whou
tho nccidont happened the stoamor
was about six mifos off Wnianao and
near Barber's Point.
Pursor John Gnlbraith and a crow
of six sailors in a boat loft tho
stoamor for Waianao at 1:15 o'clock,
and nftor pulling for over two hours
landed and reported the accident to
tho Makoo. Tho Kaala was lying
thoro and went to tho assistanco of
tho disabled stoamor. Galbraith
meanwhile tolophonod to town to
Captain Campbell, who immediately
sent out tho stoamor C. R. Bishop.
Tho two relief stoamors mado fast
to tho Makoo off Barber's Point and
towod hor into port.
Thoro was a largo number of peo
ple on tho wharf, who feared that
tho accidout might have boon some
Tho Makoo brought 2.T.10 bags su
gar, 400 bags paddy and 28 pack
agos, also several steerage passengers.
Tho Now Rogimo.
Thoro was a session of tho Execu
tive and Advisory Council in the
Financo Oflieo this forenoon.
Tho Council voted to pay certain
bills of oxponso incident to tho pres
ent situation. Among others was
ono of .?5X) for tho commissariat to
pay restaurants for meals furnished
Drilling of recruits goes on stoadi-
TTn.. fV.r.(" mill 'atfnM- font"
lv. "Hav foot" and "straw foot"
don't go, becnuso many of the
liavo novor been on a larin.
Tho returning Honoluluans from
Hilo heard a rumor before leaving
that placo about tho upset, but did
not got a clear idea of tho event
until reaching Mahukonn.
THE HEALANI RACE.
Xiivoly Contest Botwoon
Want to Walk.
Tho Firo Polico aro goiii.
Two crows from tho Healani Boat
Club concluded a postponed four
oared sliding seat lace in tho har
bor yesterday afternoon. Tho boats
woro tho Sooloy and Gritlin shells,
manned by tho following crows:
Sooloy H. Jaeger (bow), C. Holt,
E. Holt, J. Spencer and J. Atkinson
Gritlin E. Giffard (bow), II. E.
Walker, S. Widdifield, Charles Walk
er and W. Bush (coxswain).
Owing to a foul in tho first start
near tho can buoy Captain W. H. C.
Groig, acting as Judge, ordered a
second start. The Sooloy crew row
ed over tho course. Tho boats got
awa' well, making a close raco up to
tho Bell buoy, when the Gritlin boat
shot insido aud turned first, assum
ing tho lead and maintaining it to
tho finish. Time: 18 minutes, 10
The raco was for a supper at the
Arlington. There seems to bo a
rivalry between the two crews which
may result in another race.
st. Andrew's cathedral.
Third Sunday after Epiphany.
(5:30 a.m., Holy Communion; 11 a.m.,
Matins and Sermon. 7:30 v. si., E en
song and Sermon.
Tho services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral,
to-morrow, Sunday, will bo as fol
lows: ):45 a. it., Morning Prayer
with sermon; Venite, Maunder in B
flat; To Doum, Hodges in C; Jubi
late, Taylor in F; Hymns 82 and
211; Anthem, "Hearken unto mo un
people," b- Sir Arthur Sullivan. At
(5:30 p. M., evensong with sermon;
Magnificat, Anon in A; NuncDimit
tis, Young in D; Anthem, "Tho Pil
lars of the Earth aro tho Lord's,"
by Tours; Hymns 257 and 2(51.
Kov. Alox. Mackintosh, pastor. All
aro invited to thoso services.
Sunday Services (5 and 7 a.m.,
Low Massos. English sermon at
tho 7 a. m. Mass, over- Sunday
during tho whole year. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sornion in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Itosary and (Jatcclusiu. -1 p.m., m
winter season (November to Febru
ary), 4:30 p. in. in summer season
(February to November), Benedic
tion of tho M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Services (5 and 7 a. m.,
a little want oi tnoir own
anniversary of tho Department.
That is, unless thoy can induce tho
othor companies to over-rule the
ordorof Chief Engineer Asuh. Their
officers aro instructed to move in
this way at tho inonthl- meeting of
tho Board, which will bo duo two
days ahead of tho one appointed for
tho celebration. Some nioinbeis o(
other com panics have been heard to
object to the action of tho Chief in
vetoing tho parade, especially at a
dislanco ahead of nearly threo
This is tho season of tho year
when tho thoughtful wife sends her
husband a bill for his Christmas
gift. Mnnphh Appeal.
Tramp Please, lad-, kin 1 hae a
fit on your lawn? 1 feel it a-coniin".
Lady Go around back of tho
house "and have it on my daughter's
new tennis court; it needs rolling.
Detroit Free l're.is.
Mrs. Blue Don't vou think that
Edgar Allan Poo had tho most bril
liant imagination you know of?
Mrs. Green Oh, no! I'm sure ho
couldn't compare with my husband
when ho conies home late.- Harlem
Mrs." Blinks See here. Mr. B-, I
thought you said you had boon duck
shooting? These ducks you biought
homo aro tame ducks.
Mr. Blinks -Yes- ni'dear; f tamed
'em after I (hie) shot 'em. 7Vjii
Do Villo You say that Vhipplos i
horse jumped that ditch! That was
a wonderful jump.
Fellowos -Yes; but still it was '
nothing to the one Whipple made. !
lie landed at le.-e-t a rotl further on
than tho horse did. I'ueh.
"Now, Jolinii'-, suppopo the clock
should strike sixteen, what time
would it bo?"
"That would depend."
"On what time it was when the
clock struck sixteen." Harper'.
For children a mcdi
A Cough cine should bo nbso-
i P.,m lu!ly reliable. A
and Croup 1Iloli.r IUst be able ta
Modlclno. pi" her faith to it as to
her Bible. It must
contain nothing violent, uncertain,
or dnugcious. It must be standard
in material and manufacture. It
must be plain and simple to admin
ister; easy and pleasant to take.
The child must like it. It must be
prompt in action, giving immedi
ate relief, as childrcns' troubles
come quick, grow fast, and end
fatally or otherwise in a very short
time. It must not only relieve quick
but bring them around quick, as
children chafe and fret and spoil
their constitutions under long con
finement. It must do its xvork in
moderate doses. A large quantity
of medicine in a child is not desira
ble. It must not interfere with the
child's spirits, appetite or general
health. These things suit old as
well as young folks, and make Bo
schce's German Syrup the favorite
familv medicine. 8
MT.hDAY XK1I1T, JASl'AUY 10, A
I'.ml t'uvL. il'ui'kot liook), I'imuitmni;
Moni'V ii ml IMikm-; the nntU-r will he nia-r-nllv
rou.iiik-il liv leaving at tho Hi 1 1 ktin
LOST OR DESTROYED
J 1 w hhiirf
MMITIKH'ATI'.S XOS. 57 ASll.V I lt
In the l!nti-h I'hll).
-tniipcil. If loiinil ri'turn to
For Boys :
For Ladies :
A Full Line of
IjTC, Etc., Kti.
:mi. s. r-iErvY
75 I'OUT STUEirr.
- -- -
o " -o
Q) at Tin:
Mine ami I'hm-lon
lii-i'ii iliiveti hj n l.nlj,
will ho -old L'lu.ip. Aji
jilv "X," 111 I.I I TIN
"Ov !! &
(looil U oiking
;ji-'t m. w. .m-iii:sm:y
I awx jinvi:i!S to i.r.r uy Tin:
li il.iy, week or month' Itopiirinj;,
I'leiiniiig'tmil Sharpening ilnne; Dnplii-iitc
l'iwi'-. furnUheil when reipiin il. Mnfhine-
I'.ilk-il for anil returned. ANo, Repairing
(iiinlen Ho-e in faet, can do anything
mvixs-iry iironnil the lionu or stuhlu.
Ring up" Mutual Telephone 15J.
5SI-tf X. V. lU'ROKSS.
Tho success of Chamberlain's
Cough Hoinedy in effecting a speed
cure of colds, croup and whooping
cough has brought it into great do
maud. Messrs. Pontius S: Son, of
Cameron, Ohio, say that it has
gained a reputation second to none
in that vicinity. Jasi M. Queen, of
Johnston, W. Va., says it is tho best
ho over used. B. F. Jones, druggist,
Winona, Miss., says: "Chamberlain's
Cough Kouiedy is perfectly reliable,
I have always warranted it and it
never failed to give tho most perfect
satisfaction." 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
iihi in -Ti:u:riioxi:s-".MrTi u. m
At McKinley Prices!
Departure Bay Coal
12 J TOIST!
TlelUernl to any part ot Honolulu
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB.
rplli: ORDINARY WEUKLY MIJUT
JL iug of the aliove Club will not lie lielil
on MONDAY RVKXIXG, the ilil in-t.
Honolulu, .Ian. :M, lb' l.J. UiO-'Jl
-vroni'i: i nr.Rr.uY
lA ghen that tho follow
ing ileiTilii"il Animal will
he -old at I'ulille Aui-tion,
on SATURDAY. Jim. '.
lsnljiit 1-' o'eloi-k noon, at the (iovernuient
I'ouiid at Makiki:
1 l!a llor-e with white streak on fore
head, right hind Iig white, branded "III"
on left hind leg.
io eminent I'otiiidin.i-ter.
Honolulu, Jan. 3), lS'K. i..--Jt
A Small I, it of the Voted
Niu Lea or Dwarf Cucoanut
Rei'ehed fiom Samoa,
l lot of
at tho Criterion
Root Boer on drauj.
Smith iS: Co.'s.
lit at Benson,
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith S: Co., Agents.
Tho Honolulu Dairy have put in a
Creamery will deliver fresh cream
morning or aftornoon to suit cus
tomers. Mechanics' Homo, 5'.) and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
mouth JJoc, and 50c. a night; $1
and 5l.zr a week.
For imiiih in tho chest thoro is
nothing better than a ilanuol cloth
saturated with Chamberhiin's l'aiu
Halm and bound ou over tho seat of
pain. It will produco a counter irri
tation without blistering, and is not
so disagreeable as luustaid; in fact is
much superior to any plaster on ac
count of its pulp. relieving qualities.
If used in time it will prevent ltueu
inouia. FiOceiit but ties for sale by all
dealers. lioimou, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
"For tlio past two or three yearn 1
hao been .subject to cramping pains
in tho stomach," says Mr. W. A.
Baldwin, "a hardware merchant of
JJoonville, Dallas Co., Iowa. "1 hao
tried a number of different remedies;
the best one being Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrluca Heine
dy. Ono or two do-os of it always
cures mo." Sold by all dealers.
Hoiihon, Smith k Co., Agents for the
Tho article of npecial convenience
in every household anil ollico
throughout the island-, and theuio-t
acceptable to send to fi lends abroad
because it deal.s only with facts
and liguios is a copy of the Ha
waiian Annual for IH'.l.'l. Pi ice, 7f
coiils each, or r!fi cents mailed abroad.
This is the time of year that thoo
who indulge in fancy drinks call to
mind tho fact that it was a sling
that killed (ioliath and swear oil
drinking for a week or so." Kiiiy'
CENTRAL UNION CIICKCII.
niinuay acnooi at s:m a.m. mono
Worship at 11 a.m. and at 7:150 p.m.
Subject of morning discourse, "The
Danger of Half-way Keforni." The
ovoning dihcotir.so will bo the fifth
in tho sories on "What we owe to
Christianity." Special theme, "Ko
ligiou and Modern Science." All are
I cordially invited.
Tho Reorganized Chinch of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
lani Hall, rear of Opera House. Ser
vices will bo hold Sunday as follows:
10 a. m., Bible class; 1 1 :l.r a. m. and
7:!H) p. in., preaching, when lilder J.
C. Clapp will continue his discourse
on "Solf-oxainination." All are cor
Tho congregations of Ivawaiahao
and Katimaknpili churches will hold
union services to-morrow evening at
7:!U) o'clock, at the Kaumaloipili
Church. The nroi;rnin of oNoreises
will bo of an intere.-ling character.
Mr. W. C. Woedon will repeat tho
Light House Exhibition.
si:vi:ntii day aim:ntisis.
Sovonth Day Adentist Church,
corner Puuchbowl and Boretauia
streets, in (J. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, l:l!0; social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Bible reading
oory Sunday evening. Eoryouo
Evangelistic services will be con
ducted by the V. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:110
v. 31. c. a. iiall.
Evangelistic services in the V. M.
C. A. hall. (MO to 7:l.r) v, u.
Can be -ecu at work
between the KamehaniehaSehooN
and the Ma-ouie Temple am duv.
Apply to II. IS. TllO.MAS.
'Mii: annual Mi:i:TiN(i or Tin:
Stoekholdeii of the Kainiilau! Park
,"o('iiitioii will lake nlaee at theollUoof
hu Hon. (Veil llrown, Merchant -tree!, on
MONDAY, Jan. &M, al 1 :.'iil o'cloek i M.
V. M. (iiriWRD,
ASSORTED VARIETIES OF COCOANUTS.
- Thi-i N'llt- me earehllly -elected
for planting and are ju-t beginning to
-piniit. A photograph ol the Dwarf Cocoa
nut m.i be -ten al the -tint1 of
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
Uonolulu Fire Departineul
HUSTACE & CO.
No. Ill on
Wm.G. Irwin & Go.
Win. C. Irwin, -Claui
W. M. (liininl,
I'heo. C. l'orier
President and Manager
- - - - Yiei'-l'resideiit
Secretary and Treusurer
- - - -' - - Auditor
DURIXO MY TI'.MI'ORARY All
encc from the NlamN, Charles I'.
Wilder ha- full imwcr of utloiiie to act
for the llrm of Wilder A Co., aiid"ul-o in
am per-oual matter'
AOENTS OK TIIK
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OV SAN PRANOISCO, CAI..
w. c. wii,di:r.
HOUSi: ON KINAU,
near IVnsaeola Atrevt.
I.. II 111. Mlli l .
'-If Hawaiian Hiirdwiire Co.'-tore.
i or hi:'i:x ii:it
J V. Ount. hat been declared audit pnu-
bin forthwith at the olllie of the Hawaiian
Hell Telephone Company.
J. V. IIROWX,
January 111, IMii. UAi-lw
lOTr.Wii: TO I.KT OX j ,y.i --.
J King Sireet, la!el o.- AtjK
ciipied hy Mrn. rieiiung, ffl 1 1 li-nTJaL
cimtuinliig Two I'.edroom-. K.lutJJ
J'.tilor, Dhuiigioiim, Kin hen aud llath
loom; al-o Mablc-, Carnage Houm- and
Scrv.int' Oimrti'i-, rc.n-oimble lent Ap
ply to I. 1'' iiowi.i:r.
CO cent u month,
Church and Gtuto in Franco.
The church is recogni.ed by the
state ill Eunice, and ono ot the exe
cutive ollices is that dealing with
public worship. All religious aie
equal Ii law, and any sect which
numbers 100,000 adliuroutK is enti
tled ton grant of money from the
State. Except for short intervals
under revolutiotiaiy fiovoriunoiilh
I lie 1'ioiicii Movoriiiuuui nan eon
corned itcelf with
j people for cent
Pure & Fresli Macliine-niadc Poi
the religion of its
urioH,--,V, ', l-U.
In ipianlitie- t -uit pnvuii f.itiiilu- n
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TAHO CO.,
I or. (men and Maki a -i-
OWIMi TO I Hi: I'ROMl 1.(1 IM
of a I'rnvi-ional (iovernuient for the
Hawaiian 1-lamls ami the i)i claratioii of
Martial l.iw, the I'linuh of the Dcpart
mi lit nriiiio-ed In be held on hATI'RDA Y,
! '(liiu.ir 1, Is'll, hit- been put oil
l'. older of the ( hicf l.uglliei 1.
b.'S-ll Seeretarv II. I'. 1).
The follow iug choice bit of wold painting
occur-, lu lluwiiionic'x Marble l"nti
" Women be thc of what earthU rank
I liny nui), however gifted with intellect or
geiiiu-, or endowed w ith aw fill beaut) , have
alwas -ome little haudiwoik read to till
the till) gap of over) Mieaut moimnt. A
medic i- faiiiiliai totholiugcrr. of them all.
A qui en, no doubt, plIcN it nuoeca-iou, the
woman poet can iim1 It ux adroith an her
pen, the woman's ee, that hat discovered
a new nIiii, tiirut from itx glois to i-end the
poll-lud little iiir-lritmcjit gleaming along
the hem of her kerchief, or todaiua ca-uai
lra in hi r die-t. And the have grc.it l
j the aihautagc of ut hi the. rc-pect. 'I h'c
Hleudcr llin ad of mII. or cnlton l.i cp- them
I united with the Mnull, familiar, gentle iu-lcli-tof
life, the eoiitiniiall.N operating iu
lliienii s u( which do mi much forthe health
i of the ch.uacier, aud cun oil what woiihl
otheruiMi be a dangerous accumulation of
iiiiii bid miiihIIiIIIi). A vn-l deal of liiiiiiiiu
H.Miipalh) runt along thit chcirle line,
1 r-tielchlng fiom the throne to the wicker
ft in I r of the huiiihlcxt i-cauittrci . and
j kiepiug high and low ilia specie, of coin-
' iuiiiiioii with their kindled hiug."
Iloilx-whi h, while uil pl the luedle.
lime ,oi eei rilliclcd on (lie j -i rr-it 1 1 1
if life'1 Sic lu it that oiir InixhiiiiiU pro
vide for tin- fiilinc wi I l.i re of their fiiintllc
b at once applting for n I'olicv in the
'm' Ain.i. i. in: a.-M'ran'ci: mi-
( I : t Y ol the 1'iilnd hliilcs .No more
Uliabie gift inllld be ollelcd In) oil.
(i. 11. Robert-oii.
R. 1". liithop.
W. T. Allen
Hon. C. It. Hi-hot
l'ri-siili'iit and Manager
Union Gas Engine Co.
(Incorporated May HI, IKK.'.)
- MANlTAiTliRURS OK THK -
Regan Vapor Engines
PACIFIC GAS ENGINES.
Horizontal ,V I'puglit,
htationary iV Marine,
(lim A (iiiHoline Kugiuet,
l'linips A; Uiiiuchet,
M-.-t f hole Agent fur Hawaiian Inland-.
A SHll'MUXT OK
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
roit sai.i: iiy -
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
HUSTACE & CO.,
- di:ai.i:rs in
I', ii. Ilux
Boll Tolophono IS3S,
BHUOK & A, J. OrVnTWRIOHT, j
(inn ml gcni- lur the lliiwalian Inland,
l.iplitiibli I. id Aiiiniiut' iVH'liit) uf thii
I mild Matea.
MMIi: WCKKI.Y lIlll.UtTIN-JB COI
' 1 uuiiuof lnlnrttllii RiKidlng Mutter,
jWOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which we will -ell lit the Very l.nwot
1 uuiiuol iiiurt iiik iiouiiuig Mutujr, ,, ... -,,,,,. .. . . ...
Inland., J I; umlUUU)(uiilKiitouiitrI.,ia ! I BUHU TtLEVUOHt UuluiHU