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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FttOM AND AFTEK OCTOBER 1, 189i
Leavo Honolulu. .0:16
Arrlvo Honoulluli.7 ilM
Arrlvo Honolulu.. 8:35
a.m. r.M. P.M.
1'kaiiIi City Local.
Lcavo Honolulu 5:105 ....
Arrlvo Pearl City. 5:13 ....
Lcavo Pearl Clty..0:55
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays exooptcd. t Saturdays only.
S Saturdays excepted.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
BY C. J. LYONS.
to IT - 51 ro d u C (0 rT O
? S," $ r f $ ? 8
am. p.m. p.m. am.
Mon. 13 if SO 2 60 J SO; ft) 0 (1 32 S 57 4 35
Tups. 14 2 60 3 15 8 40 111 10 C 81 6 57 5 25
Wed. 15 3 20. 3 40 0 20 10 15 0 30 S 58 0 G
a.m.lp.in. 5 59, Sots
Tliurs. 10 4 0 4 15 10 15 10 0 0 SO 5 59 b 23
I'll. 17 4 15 5 U 10 30,11 0 0 29 7 25
Hut. 18 6 06 40 U 0 .... 0 29 6 0 8 22
a.m. 0 0
Sun. 19 0 5' (1 50 11 SO1, 0 S0 6 23 I 0 21
Now Moon on the loth at 51i. 45m a.m. .
Time Whistlo blows nt 111 28m. 34s. p.m of
Honolulu time, which Is tho samo as Uh. Om.
Os. p.m. of Gieonwlch time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
"WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15, 1893.
Tuesday, Feb. 14.
Stmr Kaala Irom Waianao and Waialua
Btmr C It Bishop from Kahliku
Wednesday, Tcb. 15.
Am bktno S Q Wilder, GriiHths, from San
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Stmr James Makec from Knuai
Wednesday, Tcb. 15.
Stmr CK Bishop lor Lahaina, Malmkona,
Kawuilmo, Kallua and Farming's Isl
ands. Stmr Likeliko for Hakolau, Honomu and
Popeekco at 4 p m
Stmr Kaala for AVaianae
Schr Kulamanu for Puna
Schr Lnka for Kohala
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Jas Makee 2550 bags sugar, &i hides,
2 bags nee and 15 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Kaala 2035 bags paddy.
Stmr C It Bishop 247 bags sugar, 13 bdls
hides, 310 bags rice.
From Guayaquil, South Ameriea,pertern
Queen. Feb 15 Peter Overmore and Loe
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Feb 14
Mrs Borchgrevink, Mrs Collins, Miss John
win, Mrs Bailey, Mr Bailey, C Wolters and
For Maui, per stmr Claudine, Feb 14 S
F Chillingvvorth, Miss Paris, E H Bailey,
Mrs BellMrs J A Kennedy, Kev M Noall,
Mr Gay and 40 deck. '
Vessels in Port.
I J M S Kon-KO, Tashiro, from San
TJ S F S Mohican from San Francisco
UBS Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
H B M S Garnet from Alcapulco
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran
cisco Br 4-mastcd schr Tacora, Thorton, from
Bktne Hilo, Ballistor, from Newcastle,
Ger bk H Hackfold, Hllgorloh, from Liver
pool. 4-masted schooner Carrier Dove from Na
nainio Am ship Eclipse, Peterson, from Nanaimo
Foreign Vessels Expected.
U88 Hanger, from lan Francisco
U S S Adams, from .van Fiancisco
V S S Alliance, from Vamoa, now due
Am bktne W H DimcVl, Nelson, from San
Am 4-mastcd schr Lyman D Foster, Dryer,
from New castle. NSW
Am 4-masted schr Puritan, AVarner, from
Am bk O I) Bryant. Jacobson, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10th
Am 4-instd schr Alice Cooke, Fenhallow,
from Newcastle. NSW
Haw bk K P Itithet, Morrison, from San
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S W
Am wclir Oceania Vance to Hilo
Tho U. S. Flagship Mohican is engaged
at present in talcing in coal.
Tho American barkentine S. G. Wilder,
Captain Qritiitha, arrived this afternoon
after 22 days' passage from San Francisco.
The American tern Queen, Captain W.
Thonagol, w as toned into port this morn
ing, after a brief cruise outside. She is
from Guayaquil with 01 111 fcot O, P. lumber
and 10 boxes lard, on ship's iiixount. Tho
Queen is docked near tho Oceanic dock.
Hue is a trim little craft.
Tho Hawaiian bark Iiahi, Cunt. Nelson,
sailed yesterday evening with tho follow
ing carjjo: BJ10 bogs sugar, shipped by O.
Iirewer it Co, ; 0277 bags do, F. A. Bchaefcr
it Co.; 637 bags do, T. II. Duies &, Co.;
700 bags do, another linn. Total number,
15,721; weight, 1,052,371) pounds. Domostio
Root Boor on draught nt Bouson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonio. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Native Fans und Curios in gront
varioty at tho "Elite Ico Oroain Par
lors." Sunburn relieved at ouco by Cu
cumber Tonic, Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 1!11 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugicul
cases, Mutual Telephone Uij2.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
To-clny is Ash Wodnosdny.
Tho Provisional Logislnturo is sit
Tho Firo Polico will hold n special
mooting to-morrow ovoniug.
Tho drills of tho U. S. Boston's
battalion on Palaco Squaro attract a
goodly number of pooplo.
A mombor of tho Loi Mamo So
cioty died tho other day and was
buried on Monday aftoruoou.
Tho bark Albort, 10 days out to
day, may bring 'two days' lator news
ahead of tho stoamor Australia.
A special mooting of Goo. W. Do
Long Post, G. A. It., will bo hold for
tho installation of officers on Thurs
Potor Ovormoro, a railroad opera
tor from Sweden, was a passongor by
tho torn Quoou from South Amorica
Jas. It. McGovorn, charged with
smuggling opiu.ni), has again been
remanded in tho District Court until
tho 22d hist.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Weather
clear; wind, light south. Amorican
barkontino S. G. Wilder and Bchoonor
Mokuola off port.
Frank Nunos, cook, ono of tho sur
vivors of tho bark Lady Lampson,
shipped on tho four-masted schooner
W. F. Witzoman yostorday for San
Tho annual mooting of tho Aha
hui Hooulu Lahui will bo hold at
the residence of Queen Dowager Ka
piolani, Honuakaha, at 10 o'clock of
Tuesday, Fob. 21.
A bill pondinp in tho Provisional
Legislature for tho establishment of
a paid Firo Department is before tho
committee on miscellaneous matters,
of which Jas. F. Morgan is chair
man. Chinoso Now Year's was heralded
this afternoon by tho explosion of
fire crackers. The Chinoso residents
have been limited to 10 o'clock p. m.
in which to indulge their national
Major J. H. Wodehouso, British
Minister Resident, visited H. B. M. S.
Garnet and H. I. J. M. S. Kon-go
this morning, receiving a salute of
thirteen guns from each warship on
Tho Minister of tho Interior an
nounces that the Government pound
at Mahaohao has had its location
changed; also, that G. Kauai has
been appointou Poundmastor for the
samo in placo of P. I. Kuwa, re
Chas. Brown, first mate of tho
wrecked bark Lady Lampson, ar
rested yesterday on a charge of in
tending to commit an offense on
Mrs. Captain Potorson, is still in tho
Station. There is a scheme on foot
to amicably settle tho matter.
A squabblo exists over tho Sailors'
Home, San Francisco, of which
Captain Staples, formerly Jailor of
Oanu Prison, is Superintendent.
The matter is now going to bo ven
tilated in court, as the directors of
tho Ladies' Seamen's Friend Society
aro suing Itov. James B. Campbell
for defamation of character.
A Chinoso hack driver wa3 stopped
on the street this morning and told
to drive to tho Station. Arriving
there he was ordered to leave his
hack and horso and depart. Poor
John was told that a writ of execu
tion had been served by Choy Koo
for $22 and some odd cents, and ho
had to dig up $20.36, including ex
penses, before his outfit could be re
Stoamer C. R. Bishop to Search for
the Lady ILampson's Missing
Tho steamer C. R. Bishop, of the
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.'s
fleet, has boon chartered by tho Gov
ernment to go iu search of tho mis
sing boat of tho wrecked bark Lady
Lampson. Tho Bishop is now
taking in coal and will loavo this
evening with tho Hawaiian flag at
her masthead on her humane mis
sion. Captain Lo Clairo will go in com
mand of her. Neither Captain Peter
son nor any of tho shipwrecked crow
saved will go in tho steamer. The
captain was willing to go but owing
to Mrs. Petorsou's objections ho felt
compelled to stay. The stoamor is
expected to bo absent about fourtoon
or fifteen days.
Captain Peterson has stated that
should tho boat containing Mato
Mollor nnd four othorB hnvo lived
through tho hurricano his boat on
countered, thoro is a probability
that it has mado laud somewhere or
is afloat Bafo enough as yot. Thoro
was an auuuclanco 01 provisions iu
Tho Govornmont lias marked out
a course for tho search stoamor. It
will go first to windward, thon
bouth, and noxt to tho westward.
Godspeed tho O. II. Bishop on hor
Tho steamer C. R. Bishop will
leavo at 5 o'clock this ovoniug nnd
will touch at tho following ports:
Lahaina, Mahukoua, Kawaihao, Kai
Iua and Fanning's Island. She will
take a mail for those ports.
Tho Govornmont, it should bo
said, nro sending tho expedition out
at tho earliest possible moment.
The C. R. Bishop was tho only avail
able stoamor for the purpose, and
had to bo telephoned for to tho
other side of this inland, thou come
to this port and discharge hor
A halo old man, Mr. Jas, Wilson,
ol Aliens bpriugs, 111., who is over
(50 years of ago, says; "1 hiio iu my
timu tried n great many medicines,
some of excellent (nudity; but nover
hoforo did 1 find any that woillil ho
completely do nil that is claimua fur
it as Chamberlain's Colic, ClioWa
and Diarrlui'a Remedy. It is trug
11 ivniwliirfnl iiiiwlli'inu " Tt'nr Riilit In.
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all dealers. Bouson, .Smith At Co.Jynonth 2fie, and
Agents for tho Hawaiian Itduuda,
Engino Co. No. 1 Condemns tho Ac
tion of Chief Enginoor Asch.
A petition was circulated yester
day by mombers of Co. No. 1 call
ing for a special mooting tho samo
ovoning. About sixtoon mombors
assembled at tho hall at 8 o'clock,
Goo. Barker, sonior member, presid
ing. It was stated that tho object
of tho meeting was to protest against
tho action of Julius Asch, Chief En
ginoor of tho Dopartmout. in ap
Jiointing J". Hunt, First Assistant
2nginoor, as acting foreman of En
gino Co. No. 1 without consulting
J. Lucas wished to know what au
thority was vosted in tho Chief En
gineer which ompoworod him to ap
point a foreman without consulting
tho company. Section 11 of tho by
laws plainly road that all misdemea
nors wore to bo roforrod to tho
Board, for adjudication. Tho chief
had not proforred any chargos
against tho acting foreman, but it
was all personal spite. Ho must not
think that ho is iu China running
Chinamen. Tho chief had stated
that P. Hughes, ongiuoor, and J.
Warnor, drivor, had requested him
to appoint a temporary foroman,
but did these two constitute Engine
Co. No. IT
P. Hughes wished to clear him
solf, and said that tho Chief En
gineer had como to tho engine house
on Thursday and asked who ho
thought would bo a good man to
put in place of G. Barker, who was
no good. He answered that J. Hunt
would bo a good man. By propos
ing tho namo of Hunt, ho uul not
seriously think that the chief would
appoint him. Monday ovoniug ho
hoard that Asch had appointed him.
J. Lucas inado a motion that tho
company do not recognize Hunt as
foreman. Motion carried unani
mously. Chief Engineer Asch, who occu
pied a seat on tho platform, stated
that ho had taken action on Wed
nesday last, because they had no
foroman nor assistant, both boiug
absent. G. Barker, who is now act
ing foreman, ho had no confidence
in. A gentleman in town unci au
visod him to appoint a competent
innn. T.T. T.un! Name hiin.1 Mr.
Morgan. Ho intended to refor tho
matter to tho next meeting of tho
Board, and in the meantime had ap
pointed J. Hunt to take charge of the
company temporarily. During the
late revolution tho acting foreman
had never reported for duty.
G. Cavanagh Ho did report and
was declined, as tho company could
got along all right without him.
G. Barkor, acting foroman, review
ed his record aB a fireman in tho
States and in Australia, once saving
a life at great peril to himself. Ho
asked the company what Mr. Asch
had over done. The speaker had
done more active sorvico as a firoman
than over Mr. Asch had.
J. Lucas questioned tho Chief En
gineer as to his ability as an active
fireman. Ho made another motion
that the meeting condemn tho action
of tho Chief and do not rccognuo
Amidst groat excitement the mo
tion was unanimously carried.
Mr. Asch thou left tho hall.
J. Hunt explained his position and
said ho had no hard feelings against
tho company. Ho thought that thoy
were aware of his appointment pre
viously. Seoing, however, that it
was unsatisfactory ho would tender
his resignation. (Applause.)
J. Sullivan stated that there was
no reflection on Mr. Hunt, but thoy
condemned tho ungentlenianly con
duct of tho Chief Enginoor.
Tho following wore tlion elected
tomporary officers: G. Barker, foro
man; J. Lucas, assistant foroman; G.
Cavanagh, captain of hoso.
MORE CHICKEN STEALING.
A Fet Fowl Flies Out of a Wagon to
Its Owner's Feet.
An elderly native woman going by
tho namo of Annio missed four
chickens lately and, suspecting Chi
nese chicken thiovos of having do
prived hor of hor pots, visited tho
vegetable and gamo market on Ma
unakoa street early this morning.
As she was passing a Chinoso wagon
a hen flow out and alighted on tho
road near hor foot. She picked up
tho fowl and, as it had a familiar ap
pearance, examined it. To hor sur
prise she identified it by a mark on
its leg, which sho had cut on her
fowls. Annie claimed tho chicken
aud had tho vender arrested.
Tho Mongolian stated to tho po
lico that his partner had purchased
tho fowl. Tho partner was sent for
and he said that he bought it from
another Chinaman. This third man
was arrested. Ho said ho brought tho
chicken from Maui, aud showed a
froight receipt by tho steamer Wni
nmualo for two baskots of fowls.
Wlieu asked where tho remainder
of tho fowls wore, John stated thoy
woro all sold, After further parley
tho Chinaman said tho chicken camo
on tho steamer Likeliko. Tho first
and thiid Chinamen woro placed
under arrest. Half an hour later a
Chinese cousin appeared and put up
$f() bail for each. Thoy will have a
An Auld Acquaintance.
Dr. A. R. Rowat, veterinary
surgeon, late of Honolulu and for
merly Govornmont veterinarian, is
hoard from in San Francisco. A
long aud favorable description, in
the Call, of a canine infirmary late
ly started there, contains tho follow
ing references to tho proprietors:
"F. V. Skaifo is one of the healers
of tho ills dogs aro likely to lie sub
jected to, aud to hIiow that lie is
competent to kill or to euro ho has
any number of diplomas and at
taches a string of letters to his name,
such as 1). V. S. and M. R. C. V. S.,
whatever they may mean.
"His partner is A. 11. Rowat, who
more modestly carries only the D,
V. S. witli his namo."
Mechanics' Home, nOnml 01 Hotel
btreet. Lodging by day, week or
-j, e,,i..v .,..,...,
MKi, a niu'iit: i
I And $1.25 a wuok,
Bontonco for Manslaughter
mont oLProbato Mattors-
Judgo Whiting at term sentenced
Hun, convicted of manslaughter in
tho third degree, to pay a fiuo of ono
hundred dollars. While playing
with n gun on October 13 Hau killed
his friend Knnonkalau.
Maria Kaanaana vs. Koahi nt at.,
ojoctmont. Ashford and Kahookano
for plaintiff; Mngoon for defendants.
After a two days trial a native jury
this foronoon, with a few minutes'
deliberation, roturnod a vordict for
Knwai K. Goorgo s. Ilanakaulani
Holt, ojoctmont. Tho trial of this
caso camo on this forenoon. Its trial
at last Supremo Court jury torm re
sulted in a disagreement. Hartwoll
for plaintiff; Rosa for dofoudant.
A final disposition of tho J. F. O.
Banning ostnto matter was mado by
Judgo Froar at chambers this morn
ing. W. F. Allon, administrator,
submitted his accounts, praying for
their approval aud his discharge.
Tho Court upon examination finding
tho accounts satisfactory ordorod
thorn approved and the administra
tor discharged, also a distribution of
tho proporty. Tho' assets amount to
$192,799.01, which go to two devisees
B. R. Banning and his mother
half to each.
Bruce Cartwright, ono of tho ex
ecutors of tho estate of A. J. Cart
wright, deceased, presented their
acpounts before Juugo Frear, pray
inir for their approval aud tho dis
charge of tho executors. Tho Court
after examination of tho accounts,
with vouchors, etc., ordered thorn
approved aud tho executors dis
charged, tho trust, however, to con
tinue as regards tho contingent in
terest of a minor doviseo. Tho total
assots for distribution amount to
$185,589 aud consist of real estate,
corporation stocks, notes and mort
gages, bills receivable, personal
proporty and cash.
Godfrey Brown yesterday filed a
potition that W. C. Achi. barrister,
bo adjudged a bankrupt on account
of two unpaid promissory notes
amounting to $1000. Tho petition is
returnable for hearing on "tho 23d
inst. Cecil Brown for potitionor.
ARRESTED FOR CONTEMPT.
The Editor of tho Holomua Pullod for
Disrespect to the Government.
J. G. Sheldon has been arrested,
''charged with being guilty of dis
respect to tho Executive aud Ad
visory Councils of this Go eminent
by disordorly and contemptuous be
havior in publishing in the Daily
Hawaii Holomua, a nowspapor pub
lished in Honolulu on tho 14th day
of February, loilJ, certain disrespect
ful, contemptuous and iusultin
commonts upon said Councils an
upon the acts and proceedings of
Mr. Sheldon is held in tho custody
of Marshal Ashley, with liberty to
consult with counsel.
Those Number Ones Again.
It is an established fact that if Mr.
Barkor did not havo tho confidence
of tho Chief Engineer, ho has tho
honor to be recognized as our foro
man by a unanimous vote. As far
as being a competent fireman is con
cerned, I think that Mr. B. gave tho
Chief and all the members present
ample satisfaction, regarding not
only his actions hero but iu other
countries, and the proof of which is
always available to any porson inter
ested in tho affair. In regard to
tho meoting it was unanimously do
cided that, tho Chief Engineer had
ignored tho company altogother in
placing a man thoro who had novor
been a member of tho company, and
tho company rofused to recognize
Mr. Hunt as such. And in conclu
sion I guess that Honolulu Engine
Co. No. 1 can run along all right
without tho assistance of any wot
nursos'of Mr. Asch's caliber.
They Shall Havo Justice.
Truth in his answer to Majority
Should Rule says: "Iu the first place,
thoHawaiians and half-castes should
bo loft out of tho question on
tiroly," otc. Tho question of annex
ation will not bo settled according
to tho likos or dislikes of Truth or
any of his ilk. Tho natives will bo
fully rocognized and havo justico
done to them by tho United States,
satisfactory to tho great majority or
not at all. Veritas Prevalent.
KmZJTm C3-a JLiVa
W. DtLowi Post No.
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ASI'KOIAL MKUriKQ FOlt
Installation of Ullicert is
called for THU1ISDA.Y KVUN
ING, Feb. Kith. All members
aro rcqiiLHteil to attend.
Tho Nippon Yuieu Kaisha's Al Htcauiir
Will b(i due at this port on or about tho
'.'bth lust, and will lettvo for
On SATURDAY, March 4th,
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Mr, O. F. Davis, editor of tho
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and croup. I hnvo used it in my
family for tho past two years and
hnvo found it tho best I over used
for the purpose for which it is in
tended. 50 cent bottios for sale by
all doalors. Benson, Smith and Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
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The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has tiic largest Circulation on the Islands
and is the liest Medium for
Mb. Tiios. K. Nathanikl will receive ail
advertisements and transact all business
E& Office: "Urcnig Block," corner
Nuuanu and Queen street (upstairs).
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White and Black Sand
Which v,o will sell at tho Very Lowest
Bell 414 - - TELEPHONE - Mutual 414
Honolulu Carriage Co.
UOTH TEL. No. 335.
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Hacks can be had at any hour of the day
up to 11 o'clock at night, on terms
to suit the times.
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P. O. Uox 65.
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