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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAP CO.
FKOM AND AFTElt OOTODEU 1. 1892.
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Sun. 19 6 5 OKl'll 80l 0 20 B 28 I 9 21
New Moon on tho Kith nt fill. 45m. lum.
Time Whistlo blows at Hi. SSin. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is tho sumo ns l'ili. 0m.
0s. p.m. of Ureenwloh time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, FEB. 14, 1893.
Am term Queen from South America
Stmr Lchua from Maui
Tuesday, Feb. 14.
Am bclir Win F Witzoman, Johnson, for
" San Francisco
HaW bk Lcnhi, Nelson, for San Fran
cisco Stmr Claudine for Maui and Hawaii at 5
Stmr Kilauca Hou for Nuu and Olowaln,
at 4 p in
Stmr Waiulealo for Lahaina and Hnina
luia Stmr Kinan for Maui and Hawaii at '2 p m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr Lchua for Hamakua
Schr Luka for Kolinla
Vessols Leaving lo-morrow.
Stmr Llkellke for Hakalan, Hononiu
Pcpoekeo at 4 p m
For Mani and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Feb 14 For Volcano :Mrs Staples, E B
Poraroy, Miss Itaper, G A Itice. I von
Kockfort, E Mason and wife, Miss Blake,
Miss Pomroy. Miss William. Way ports:
O Hebbard, Mrs J Qoldthwaite, Miss M
Goldthwaite, Miss Winter, Mrs A Horner, B
Onama, Thos Nathaniel, Mr Price, Joseph
Kenton, Mrs McQuin, F H Hayselden and
daughter. Mrs H Deacon and son, E Dow
sett and 40 deck.
Vessels in Port.
I J M S Kon-co, Tasliiro, from San
U S F S Mohican from San Francisco
U 8 S Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
H B M S Garnet from Aloapulco
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, fioin San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Dubel, from San Fran
cisco Br 4-masted tclir Tacora, Thorton, from
Bktne Hilo, Ballister, from Newcastle,
Ger bk H Hackfeld, Hilgerloh, from Liver
pool. 4-masted schooner Carrier Dove from Na-
Am ship Eclipse, Peterson, from Nanaimo
Foreign Vessels Expected.
UBS Hanger, from San Francisco
XI S S Adams, from San Francisco
"USB Alliance, from Samoa, now due
Am bktno W H Dimond, Nelson, from San
Am 1-mastcd schr Lyman D Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am 4-masted bchr Puritan, Warner, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am bk O D Bryant. Jacobson, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10th
Am bktno S G Wilder, Gritllths, from San
Francisco, duo Feb (1th
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am 4-mstd schr Puritan, from Newcastle,
Haw bk it V llithct, Morrison, from San
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Br Bhin Honolulu from Newcastle, N S W
Am schr Oceania Vance to Hilo
The American tern Queen from South
America is still cruising outside. She is In
ballast and will load sugar for San Fran
cisco. The American 4-mastod schooner W F
Witzoman, Captain Johnson, nailed thin
morning for San Francisco with the follow
ing cargo of sugar valued at $11,481.55.
8SJ'.'7 bags sugar, II. Hackfeld & Co.; 38J.r)
bags sugar, M. B. (Irlnbaum & Co.
Tho tern Kaimiloa having on hoard tho
420 tons ot cargo discharged from the
steamer Belglo was hauled alongside tho
Paciflu Mall dock yesterday evening. Tho
work of discharging was commenced this
morning. The cargo has been thoroughly
MoINTYUE In Honolulu, Feb. 13, to tho
wlfo of George Mclntyre, a daughter.
UAMEItON-LAMB-ln this city. Feb,
by Kov. E. O. Beckwith. Cnpt. Ed
V, Cameron and Agues M. l.nmli.
Tho article of special convenience
in every household and ollico
throughout tho islands, and tho most
acceptable to send to friouds abroad
because it duals only with facts
and flguroa is a copy of tho 11a
waiian Annual for lb'J.'J. Prico, 75
vents each, or 85 cents imtilod abroad.
LOOAL 'AND GENERAL NEWS.
Day, and Shrovo
A compotont girl is wanted to do
light liouso work aud assist in sow
Native Fans and Curios in groat
variety nt tho "Elite Ico Cream Par
lors." Tea tourists loft on tho stoatnor
Kinau this aftomoon for tho Vol
cano. Mombors of Co. B will moot this
evoning at tho Quoon street Armory
at 7 o'clock.
Rufus A. Lyman has boon appoint
ed a notary public for tho Fourth
Doputy-Marshal Chillingworth has
been appointed ShorifT of Maui, vico
F. H. Haysolden.
Tho largo lanai on tho Palaco
grounds usod fonnorly for luaus is
boing torn down.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Woathor,
clear; wind, fresh west. Torn Quoon
10 miles southeast.
To-morrow will bo opium day in
"tho District Court. Thirteen casos
will como up for trial.
Tho Hawaiian stoamor Alexander
loft San Francisco on Jan. 2-lth for
Honolulu on a scaling cruiso.
Jolly bluoj&ckots from H. B. M. S.
Garnot woro out in wagonettes and
buggios to-day taking in tho sights.
Sam Podro, charged with assault
and battery, was tho only arrest yes
terday. Podro will bo tried to-morrow.
No business was transacted in tho
District Court this morning, two
casos boing remanded to future
Tho now band
cert at Emma
evening. Tho boys
Honolulu Eugino Co. No. 1 will
hold a special meeting this evening,
at which all members aro requested
to bo present.
Tho stoamor Kinau, which loft
this afternoon, will have a lookout
for tho missing boat of the bark
U. S. Consul-Gonoral H. W. Sev
erance visited tho Japanese training
ship Kon-go this morning and was
saluted in returning.
Captain E. F. Cameron, of tho
steamer Likeliko, and Miss Agnes M.
Lamb wore married yesterday by
Rev. E. G. Beckwith.
Tho propeller of ouo of tho sloam
launches of tho Japanoso warship
Kon-go got entangled hi tho ropes
noartho boat landing this morning.
President Dolo of tho Provisional
Govornmont visited tho U. S. Flag
ship Mohican this morning and re
ceived duo honors. Tho Hawaiian
flag was also saluted.
The mail carrier on Molokai was
killed by a stono falling on him,
fracturing his skull and ono of his
arms, and not in any of tho ways
Captain Harry F. Hughos-Hallott,
of H. B. M. S. Garnot, on a previous
visit, furnished the Bulletin with a
report of a shoal off Barber's Point.
Tho report was much appreciated
by local seafaring mon.
Tho tug towed tho schooner W.
F. Witzoman four miles to sea this
morning. Signaled tho torn Quoon
iifteon miles southeast cruising
around, presumably in search of tho
missing boat of the wrecked bark
Captain Hughos-Hallott of H. B.
"M. S. Garnot called on Governor
Cleghorn at tho Custom House this
morning. Governor Cleghorn re
turned tho call of Captain Tashiro
of H. I. J. M. S. Kon-go at tho Japa
nese Consulate this afternoon.
A lato San Francisco paper says
that either Capt. Houdlotto of tho
S. S. Australia or Capt. Erskino of
tho S. S. St. Paul is most likely to
receive tho appointment to tho
vacancy iu tho pilot service of San
Francisco. The position is worth
about $500 a month in fees.
A young native invested, ton cents
in a Kuokoa (Hawaiian weekly) on
Saturday last. Ho opened tho paper
at tho corner of Fort and Merchant
streets, and tho first article mooting
his oyo was on aunoxation. Tho
paper was thrown on tho street.
Another Hawaiian picked it up and,
seeing the same thing, touched a
light od match to it, and tho Kuokoa
Long-winded Ejectment Case Othor
Tho oiectmont case of Maria Ka-
anaana vs. Koahi and others, report
ed yostordaj' us on trial, was still on
In tho divorce suit of L. M. Ev
erett vs. Hnaheo Everett, Judge
Whiting at term hoard a motion
this mgrning by tho defendant to
bo allowed counsel's feo and an al
lowance. Tho Court declined to
grant alimony but ordered $."50 to bo
paid by tho plaintiff to tho defen
dant for hor defense. Cioighton for
plaintiff, Kaulukou for defendant.
Judge Froar at chambers approv
ed tho final accounts and ordored
tho discharge of Bruce Carl wright,
as ono of tho executors of A. J.
Cnrtwright, guardian of Lydia K
Elizabeth K. and Maria M. Cum
mins, minors, and a final distribution
Mr. C. F. Davis, editor of tho
Blooinfiold, Iowa, Farmer, says: I
can recommend Chninborlain'hCough
Remedy to all sufferers with, colds
aud croup. I have used it in my
family for tho past two years aud
have 'found it tho best I over usod
for tho purpose for which it is 111
tondod. HO cont bottltw for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith and Co.,
Agents for the Iluwaiiau Islands,
Celebration by tho Scottish Thistlo
Olub Aftor tho Date.
Owing to martial law boing iu
forco on January 25, tho gonorally
accepted anniversary of ltobort
Burns' birth, tho Scottish Thistlo
Club postponed tho celebration of
tho event until yesterday evening.
It was hold at tho club's rooms in
Morchaut street and participated iu
by about 30 mombors and guests.
Tho gouoral caterer was Mrs. Lovo,
but tho special Scotch viands such
as tho iudisponsablo haggis aud bar
ley sconos woro furnished, by Mrs.
E. Koiinio, contributions of other
delicacies of tho land of cakos boing
made by Mrs. Dr. McLonnau. Tho
reading room, where tho feast was
spread, was decorated with British
and Hawaiian flags hung in pairs,
also with tartan shawls or. plaids
draping tho pictures on tho walls.
Ohio! Thomas Lindsay presided
at a cross tablo from which two long
tables ran to tho foot of tho room.
Ho was supported on tho right by
Mr. Waltor Hill, honorary motnbor,
tho rest of tho company boing as
follows: Rov. Alox. Mackintosh, Col.
John H. Sopor, Messrs. G. L. Rit
mau, Pollock, John Nott, John Mc
Lain, J. Lucas, J. Slivo, R. Laing,
John Noill, K. Wallace, W. A. Mc
Kay, E. Ronnie, Piggott, Campbell,
Mutch, Logan, McDowall, Ross, A.
Garvio, Girdlor, W. H. Baird, W. F.
Wilson, John Walkor, A. Cockburn,
Captain Thornton of tho Tacora, J.
C. Cook, W. H. Pain, E. Ronuio
aud Andrew Guild. Thoro was
a sprig of hoathor at ovorj' plato, for
each of tho company to pin on his
coat lapel. Tho hoathor was im
ported from Scotland especially for
When all was ready tho haggis
was carried in amidst applause, aud
Chiof Lindsay aftor saying Scotch
graco divided tho savor' dish around.
Shoopshcad and trottors, pigeon
pios, uarloy sconos, oatmeal oar
mocks, kippered horrini, and othor
viands witn barbarous names neipod
up tho feast to a height of Caledon
ian sumptuousnoss. There was a
variety of liquid, so that nono had
aught to take against his taste, for
assisting tho solids in descent. It
being a rare chango of diet for Ho
nolulu, thoro was no lack of appotito
dospito tho sultry woathor.
As attention to tho platos declin
ed, Chiof Lindsay opened tho lit
erary and musical program by pro
posing tho single toast of tho even
ing "Tho Immortal Memory of
Burns" to which D. Logan by re
quest made a few romarks. Then
followed a list of songs and readings
by members of tho club, supplement
ed, by a speech from Mr. Hill, sev
eral favors of voice and banjo from
Air. ltitmaii, romarks and
from Mr. Mackintosh, music by Mr. 1
.L'oiioeK on stransro instruments, a
song from Col. Sopor which was en
cored, compelling another, and a
song from Mr. Wallace. At a fow
minutes to 1 1 o'clock tho company
dispersed with "Auld Lang S3-no."
THE POLICE FORCE.
Addressed by Marshal Ashley
Praise by Visiting Naval Officers.
Marshal W. G. Ashloj', pursuant
to a former understanding, address
ed the entire police forco in the Sta
tion at 9:30 o'clock this morning, Deputy-Marshal
preting his remarks.
Tho address was chiefly on tho
maintaining of discipline in tho forco.
Tho police may bo composed of
good, strong men, but without dis
cipline thoy woro naught. Olficors
from tho warships in port had spok
en highly to him of tho mou's phys
iquo and ability. Thoro woro a fow
outsiders, however, who were advis
ing him to discharge some of tho
nativo officers, but it was not his in
tention to do so. As long as tho
men porformod thoir duty, ho would
stick to them.
Tho police officers woro much
ploasod with tho Marshal's remarks,
aud woro loud in thoir praise of his
manly and straightforward conduct.
A Man With a Bundle Fools a Night
Tho othor night a member of Cap
tain Klommo's night patrol noticed
a man carrying a bundle acting sus
piciously near Mr. P. S. Dodge's pre
mises on King street. Tho guard
hailed tho man, who ran into tho ba
nana plantation adjoining. Tho pa
trol fired a shot in tho air and gavo
chase. Ho searched among the trees
for some tiino, but failed to discover
tho man, and returned to tho road.
Tho guard had not been on the road
long before tho same man was soon
to emorge at tho other ond and jump
tho fence, disappearing iu tho dark
ness. His nationality could not bo
mado out by the discomfited guard.
THE LAMPSON BOAT.
Purchased by Captain Johnson
Tho sailboat in which Captain
Peterson, wife and live others, tho
survivors of tho wrecked Lad' Lamp
son, reached Honolulu has been pur
chased by Captain Johnson of the
schooner W. 1 . Witzoman.
Captain Johnson took tho relic
with him to San Francisco to-day.
As tho Witzoman will probably
carry tho first news of tho wreck to
San Francisco, tho boat will attract j
considerable attention aud curiosity.
Captain Johnson, when soon this
morning, stated that tho boat was in
first-class condition, aud although it
lias mot with rough hnudliug, it will
Htirvivo many another hard knock.
A halo old man, Mr. .las. Wilson,
of Aliens Springs, III., who is over
00 years of age, says; "I have iu my
time tried a great many medicines,
some of excellent (jualityj but never
lioforo did I liml nnv Unit would ho
oomplololy do all that itu'liiimod for
it as (Jliamhorlain'ri Colin, (Jliolnra
and Diarrhea Koiikhiv. It Ih truly
a wondorful inodiuiuo. For nalo by
all dimlurfl. Hoiikoii, Smith & Co.,
AkoiiU for tho Hawaiian Inlands,
An Absurd Yarn 1'ubliahod by tho
Major J. W. Robortson, Chahibor
lain of tho doposort Quoon and cus
todian of Iolani Palaco, boyig mot
was askod whnt thoro was in tho,
rumor published in tho Advortisor
for tho sako of contradict ing it, re
garding Homo houso-cloaning opera
tions at tho Palaco. His answer is
substantially as follows:
"I rogrot vory much," said Mr.
Robortson, "that such nn article was
published, as it gives a false impres
sion to tho public, of what roally is
"From what source the Advortisor
received its information, I do not
know. I wns surprised to hear on
Sunday morning that a rumor to
that oftect was ourroTit. I denied it
to tho several persons who askod me
if it was true.
"Tho only way that I can account
for tho starting of tho rumor is this:
Her Majesty was informed on last
Thursday that tho Provisional Gov
ornmont would continue to pay hor
tho appropriation for Hor Privy
iPurso, also that for Household Ex
penses. Jior xuajesty mentioned, tno
mattor to mo on Friday morning, at
tho same time saying that I would
now bo ablo to ro-ongago tho house
cloauors (tho servants woro all dis
missed at tho ond of tho last month).
"I sent for thorn last Saturday and
told thorn that they woro to return
to work, and commence on Monday
morning. Thoy no doubt mention
ed tho fact to thoir friouds, who
possibly spoko to others, so finally
tho impression was arrived at, that
Hor Majesty was to return to tho
Palaco, and perhaps, aftor tho news
had passed down from a half a dozen
people, it was statod by tho last ono
as boing a fact.
"In reference to tho cloaniug
spokon of. last Thursday being tho
first lino day aftor tho week of wot
weather, and tho Palace not having
boon opened since tho 29th of Janu
ary, I took advantage of it and had
all tho doors and windows opened
to admit tho fresh air, and also had
tho yardsmon dust tho rooms, wipo
tho windows, and sweep tho verandas.
"Whothor tho Palaco is to bo usod
in future by tho Provisional Govorn
mont, for recoptions and other state
occasions, I have not hoard. That
sooms to bo perfectly feasible"
Tho Advortiser also said thoro was
a division of property in the Palaco
to bo made, in which Princess Kaiu
lani and Queen Dowagor Kapiolaui
woro to share. This Major Robert
son declares to bo away off tho
truth. Thoro is nothing belonging
to Princess Kaiulaui in tho Palaco.
There has for some time boon a
question of ownership of certain
articles pending between tho retired
Queon and Dr. Trousseau as oxecu
tor of tho estate of the lato Kin.
Kalakaua. Col. W. F. Allon and
Cecil Brown of tho Provisional Gov
ornmont and Major Robertson,
representing tho Queen, aro a com
mittee on theso matters.
Transactions of One Session of tho
Yesterday afternoon for tho first
timo tho session of tko Executive
aud Advisory Councils was thrown
open to mombors of tho press. When
through with business it adjourned
subject to call.
A majority report, prosontod by
Mr. Cooper, on a bill to repeal tho 1
Opium License Act recommended
its passage, and that opium should
bo admitted on paying a duty similar
to that charged in tho United States.
Mr. C. Browu presented a minority
report in favor of leaving tho law
alono, ns it would bo impossible to
stop smuggling without a license.
Aftor discussion tho commit too
was instructed to report back !ho
bill repealing tho license law and ro
onacting the old law with amend
ments. Mr. Morgan reported from a com
mittee in favor of a proposal to havo
a paid firo department.
A roport from a spocial committee
recommended an increase in the
Board of Health from five to seven
mombors, and that it include throe
physicians, tho Minister of tho In
terior, tho Attornoy-General and tho
Superintendent of Public Works,
and that it oloct its own President
and oxocutivo officers.
Mr. C. Brown opposed tho re
organization as boing unuocossary.
Mr. McChesnoy mado charges of
dishonest sales to tho Board by tho
lato Minister of the Interior whilo
ho was a member of the Board.
Tho roport was adopted and ro-
forrod to the Judiciary Committee.
Attornoy-Gonoral Smith reported
that Doputy-Marshal Chillingworth
had returned from Kohala, after
having boon successful iu allaying
tho fooling in that district. Ho an
nounced, also, that Mr. Chilling
worth had boon appointed as Shoriff
A proposition reported by the
same Minister was approved, to or
ganize a battery compauy of 85 mon,
two callings and four hold pieces,
tho olllcora furnishing thoir own uni
forms, also to limit the othor com
panies to 85 men each.
A resolution of tho Minister of Fi
nauco, Mr. Jones, to appropriate
money for tho expenses of tho Com
mission to Washington, was referred
to tho Judiciary Commitloo with in
structions to draft a bill appropriat
ing $r0,000 for the expenses of the
Government from the beginning of
Tho Attorney-Gunoral reported
that nearly all the officials in tho
country districts had taken tho oath
AV (lAUCllC L. ".
ShotKHii in Al order ultn
i pliiiiuni, all yoiin
i l UtU UIKI I ll'UDIIIK llll'
iiImi, '.'(JO Sulru'H iluuiMotided HIicIIh.
ltf Fur iiurtiuulurN Impure, ot
Suboribt fur the
cents per month,
THE SHIPWRECKED PEOPLE.
Tho V. S. Warships Unablo to Ron
dor Assistance Dangorous Mate
Captain Peterson of the wrecked
bark Lady Lampson wont off to tho
U. S. Flagship Mohican this morn
ing to ask assistanco of Admiral
Skorrott in marching for tho missing
boat containing tho following per
sons: Fnrst Mate R. Mollor, Gorman;
W. Snyder, J. Jorgonson, Gorman;
Oscar Magnuson, Swodo, aud Mar
tin, Australian, soamon. Command
or Ludlow assured Captain Potorson
that under oxisting circumstances
the U. S. Admiral was unablo to ren
der any assistanco whatever in what
ho tormod a wild gooso chase. Tho
commander received Captain Peter
son in a very courteous manner and
rogrottod thoir inability to render
The captain aud others of tho
saved crow woro soon by a Bulletin
roportor this afternoon and all de
nounced tho conduct of second mato
Charles Brown, who was in their
boat, during tho ocoan voyage. Bo
foro leaving tho vessel tho second
time Brown made sovoral threaten
ing overtures towards Willio Weo
don, cabin boy, and oven on tho way
tho mon woro frightouod of tho man.
This morning Brown wont to tho
Eaglo ' Houso where Captain and
Mrs. Potorson aro residing, ami iii
sultod Mrs. Peterson, using threaten
ing language. Tho captain causod
tho arrest of tho man this aftomoon.
Brown is a burly man, evidently pos
Captain Potorson and his crow aro
all in good health to-day, having ro
covorod thoir land logs, but aro still
weak. Mrs. Potorson is resting easy,
although still feoblo. Tho captain
aud wife expect to loavo on tho S. S.
xUistralia. Captain Peterson owned
one-fourth interest in tho bark,
which is insured for $10,000 iu tho
Firemau's Fund Insuranco Co., San
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Hacks ran he had at any hour lit tho day
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Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half the
Velvet c& SmyrnaRugs.
In all vlrvt
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
In fact wo oiler liumeiiHii
C3 - ISTS,
Honolulu., IS. I.
Prices FOR CASH !
in Plain Figures !
offered to obtain Clothing
has e.Vjur been offered in thia
llarultu In nil Department.