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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FllOM AND AFTL'Il OOTOUEll 1, 1892.
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Leave Honolulu.. .0:15
Loavo Honnullull.." !30
Arrive Honolulu. .8:35
1'kahi, City Local.
Leave-Honolulu 5:105 ...,
Arrives Pearl City 5:48 ...,
Leave Pearl City..U:r5
Arrive Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted, t Snturdays only.
8 Saturdays excepted.
LOOAI. AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mrs. V. H. Sinilh has n houso lo
Tlio P. G.. band will play nt tho
Hotel this evening.
THAT SHOOTING AFFAItt.
S'OATTED HIM OUT.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
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KliHt Quarter of the Moon on tho 21th at
llli. 2 mill. ii. in.
Timi1 Wliixtlt1 blows nt 111 2Sin Sin. ii.ni. of
Honolulu time, which 1 tlio Hiinii1 as 12li.0iu.
t)s. of ejiecnwlcli time.
THE DAILY BDLLBTIN.
THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1893.
Tiii'njnw, Mar. '.Si.
Am lik Forest Queen, Dyreborg, from I)e-
Stmr Waiiuunnlo fiom Mnui ami Molokai
Six Chiuoso gamesters wore arrest
eel last night by tho police.
William C. Achi olTors ton very
tlosirablo homestead lots for salo.
Mrs. F. S. Pratt and daughter re
turned by tho S. S. Australia yester
day. Don't forgot tho concert at Kawai
ahao Church on Saturday evening.
Somo local favorites will appear.
Tho steamer Waimanalo was tliroo
miles off Diamond Head nt 8:80,
coming under sail with flag nt half-
Mr. J. E. Bush will dolivor a pub
lic address on his travols abroad, at
Palaco Seiuaro, at 7:30 o'clock this
Prof. H. 13orgor said nt tho con
cert by tho Hawaiian National Band
last night that tho music was tho
sweotest ho had over hoard.
James R. O'Connor, tho alleged
abductor, gavo himself up to tho po
lico at 8 o-'clock yostorelay ovoning.
No chargo has boon entered against
Lohengrin beor is soniothing now
advertised by tho Pantheon saloon.
EK-polico captain Louis Touissaiut
is now in chargo of that establish
ment. Thero will bo another practico
baseball gaino between the Hawaiis
aud a team from tho Mohican anil
Boston on Saturday afternoon at 3
People all over tho islands aro
catching on to tho fact that. tht
Bulletin office gives tho handsomest,
typo effects in all kinds of printing
to bo got anywhere.
Dr. Goto, tho Japanese specialist
on loprojsy, has gone te tho Leper
Settlement, Molokai, in company
with Mr. David Dayton, tho Board
of Health agent on" leprosy.
Sheriff E. G. Hitchcock of Hawaii
assumed tho dutios eif" Marshal of
the Hawaiian Islands this morning.
Marshal Hitchcock was introduceel
to tho police by Deputy Attorney
Joseph R. O'Connor, tho tintype
artist reported yostordnv as having
elopod from San Francisco with a
Miss Kato Finnigan, gavo himself
up to tho police at 8 o'clock yester
day evening. When askeel whore ho
had hid himself, ho tremblingly 10
pliod ho did not know.
Further particulars of tho shoot
ing of O'Connor by Thomas Finni
gmij brother of tho girl, have been
elicited from eyewitnesses. It ap
pears that O'Connor suspected re
ceiving ugly news by the steamer,
and consequently hail absented liitn
solf from homo. Miss Finnigan ami
Taylor mot tho brother near Camp
Boston and they retraceel their stops
to tho lodgings at Mrs. Munro s,
Alakea street. While brother and
sister woro conversing over family
matters O'Connor stalked in and
ejaculated: "Hero I am. What do
j'ou want? I'm read' to take my
"What do I want?" implied tho
brothor, and with this ho whipped
out a revolver and fired at O'Con
nor, tho bullet whistling past his
head, grazing his hair. O'Connor
then turned round ami ran, jumping
over tho roar fence into an allny.
oniorgetl em King street and ran to
and up Fort street to Chaplain lane,
where ho ste)otl for a second ami
sang out, "Where am 1 shot? AVheie
am I sheit?" When told that he
wasn't hit, ho exclaimed, "How did
ho miss me?"
It is believed ho hiel in thoTnylor
Williams gallery on Nuuanu street,
until evening, when lie gave himself
TmmsiiAY, Mar. 23.
lir l-niasted sehr Taeora,' Thornton, for
15k Albert, Winding, for San Francisco
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Likelikc for Popeokeo
Stmr W O Hall for Maui and Hawaii
For San Francisco per bk Albert, M
Ohaa 1" Wail.
Vessels in Port.
II I J M S Naniwa, Togo, from Japan
U S F S Mohican from Han Francisco
USS Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
Am 4-masted sclir Robt Scarles, Poltz,
from Newcastle N S W
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am bktno Discovery, McNeill, from San
Am sehr John C Porter, Meyer, from San
Qer bk H Haekfeld, Hilgerloh, from Liverpool.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
U S S Ranger, from San Francisco
U S S Adams, from San Francisco
HUMS Hyacinthc from Ksiiuimalt
HUMS Royal Arthur from Knglaiiil
II li M S Temcraire from England
Am bktno Irmgard from San Francisco due
Am bktno Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco, duo March 21
Am Alice Cooke from Newcastle, N S W,
due March 25
Am 4-inasted sehr Lyman D Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am 1-niasted sehr Puritan, Warner, from
Am 4-ni sehr Olga, from Newcastle, N S W,
Am 4-m King Cvrus, from Newcastle, N S
W, April 5-i0
Am 4-ni bktno W 11 Hume, from New
castle, N S W, April 23-30
lir bk Gainsborough, from Newcastle, N S
W, April 25-31)
Ilk Lamorna, fioiu Newcastle, N ti W,
Hk Amy Turner, horn Boston, due May
Mis bkt Morning Star fioiu Mieroneoin,
due May 23
Ur ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S W
Qer bkt Amelia from Port Townscnd
Captain Toma of tho Japanese
tug-of-war team will enter a much
heavier and stronger team in the
pull this evening. The following will
bo tho contests: England vs. Hawaii,
America vs. Germany, and Portugal
An auction sale of rare imported
plants will bo hold by .Lewis .1.
Lovoy at his rooms, corner of Fort
aud Queen streets, to-morrow at 10
a. m. He will also sell a grand rose
wooel piano ami now silk bedloungo.
Also threo fine goeso.
Tho sanitation committee of tho
Boarel of Health Dr. Andrews and
Mr. J. O. Carter accompauied by
Executive Officer C. B. Reynolds,
this morning inspected tho slaughter
house at Iwilei. They found its
condition rather tolerable as such
The Portuguese Mutual Benefit
Society of Hawaii has removed its
office to the upper story of Messrs.
Gonsalvos & Co.'s building, Queon
street. Drafts will bo paitl on pre
sentation on Wednesdays and Satur
days, and other business transacted
"Bill and Polly" is tho title of tho
lecture to bo delivered at Y. M. C.
A. hall by Dr. Lucas to-morrow
evening. The lecturer will discuss
tho temperance question in tho light
of political economy. A voluntary
silver coin collection will bo received
at tho door.
up. An eyewitness who saw O'Con
nor run said no one could have
caught him, if an effort was made,
so speedy wore his legs. The man
asked fer his medicine ami he nearly
Finnigan elid not make any at
temipt to catch O'Connor. Miss
Finnigan ran into Johnson's shirt- i
store aud fell fainting em tho floor.
Thomas Finnigan was seem on a
baggage express wagon in company
with Joe I'Vrroira at 12:20 o'clock
to-day outsides the Royal Saloon,
corner of Nuuanu ami Merchant j
streets. Captain Harry Jihmi went I
over to him and told him te come te ,
tne btation. l'liiiugan, who was
more or levss tho worse for lii nor, '
aske-d the ollicr who he wa. Juen
showoel his badge, ordering Feneira ,
at tho same time te drie over te
tho Station. '
Finnigan alighted at t lie entrance, I
and as Juen placed his hands on '
him he cried out, "Don't touch me;
don't touch mo!" He was takem '
down auel locked up. O'Cemnor, who
was seated on a boncli in the yard,
as soon as -he saw Finnigan, scooted
into ono of the ci'Us aud hiel himself
until Fiunigan was safe-ly under
lock and koj
Joe Forroira, who was also tipsy,
was nearly run in himself, as ho in
terfered and wanted to know how
much was tho bail, etc. When told
that it was S1000 ho saiel he would
got it, if it was 5000. Finnigan had
evidently become upset by the re
action from his passionato action
and taken to drinking, while Fer
reira encourageel him in spending
Miss Kato Finnigan saj-s that her
brother was never addicted to drink.
in a Lady's Bedroom.
Tho house of Row 11. Bingham,
Alexander street, back of Col.
Spreckels' rcsidenco on I'linahou
street, was entered last night by a
prowler of tho class that seems te
be nuini'reuis in Honolulu at present.
About 2:80 o'clock this morning
Mrs. Coau, who occupies a chamber
in the second story, was disturbed
by a sound as of rustling paper.
She nmso and, while stepping across
tho ileior, lightly touched an obji'et
she took for a cat. The lady ex
claime'd, "Got out of here quick?"
A mail jumped up and ran out,
making his escapo frenn the house.
Mis. Conn niaeloau inspection of the
piennses to ascertain if the burglar
nail taken anything. She found tho
silver cleiset downstairs open but
nothing missing therefrom. Tho
marauder had loft without carrying
eff any plunder.
Mrs. Conn went outside and blow
a police whistle long and loud.
Echo responded, "No police or palfrey-borne
patrol in these parts."
As there was no protection available
Irom tho authorities, tho household
solicht. tho next best thing in giving
L tho alarm to tho neighbors.
No door or window was found to
hno been force'd open. Mrs. Coan
liael been called emt at midnight to
leiok after a horse supposed to have
escaped from tho pasture. Tho
theory is that while she was out on
the lawn thus engaged the prowler
entered tho houso by tho open door.
ytlior people living in tho neigh
borhood report having heard noises
on their verandas last night. When
the had geit up in consequence and
attiyidctl to tho fastening of doors
and windows the noises ceased. All
thei-e occurrences aro only addition
al eviilence that the people on tho
e . Easter :. Millinery
nsrcrw open at
N. S. SACHS'
Latest Novelties ! New Styles !
New Spring Flowers ! New Ribbons !
Latest Novelties in Children's Hats I
ALSO A FINi: ASSORTMKST OF
New Spring Dress Materials !
NKW FIOIMIP.D MUSUNS, OHHAMHKS .V I'llAMBRKS,
NKW llir.N'e 11 AI.1.-WOOL ( H IbI.i:s, dark ground cllVi-t;
WHITK A PRINTUl) I.INKN .V IRISH LAWNS,
Nl'.W COTTON PONeiKlOS ,t COTTON GRAPHS,
plains aro loft without protection of
police. Unless their rights as tax
payers bo granted in this respect,
thejy will only have tt continue
It listing in the quality ef their locks
for immunity from plundering.
Rich Red Blood
Rosults from taking Hood's
Mr. Oltae. Walltcr
Of Ban Francisco.
Tor sovcral years I ha e been troubled w ltli
blotches and pimples on my faco anil body,
which were very annoying. I trlcil several pre-
THE CABTWRIGHT BURGLARY.
Trial of the Prisoners in Progress
in the District Court.
Threo coloretl men Harris, Som-
Bcriptions, and also oilier meiUclnes, but they
The steamer I.ikelike will leave for l'u
peekeo to-morrow for MUgnr.
Tho steamer W U Hall will leave on her
nwual route to windward ports to-morrow
The American bark Forest Queen Capt.
Dyreborg, arrived to-day fiont Departure
Hay with el'il) tons of eoaf to Wilder .t Co.
The Amurlcmi bark Albert, Captain
AViudiug, hulled to-day for San FriuicKeo
with 17,054 bugu sugar and 20 bags collee,
Hhipped II. Haekfeld it Co,, and '.J J.'ii! hags
Hiigar shipped bv M. S. Oriiibauiu A Lo.
Value, i,hl)l.:so. Blio ulxo took 2il csks
Mperm oil, !i csks whale oil and 11 bills,
Rooms to lot with board at Ilani
Reiot Beor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Dr. McLennan, I'M Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone (582.
Mechanics' Home, nit and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. ami f0c. a night; SI
and $1.2o a week.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B will con
tinue giving instriiotiem in private
auel in classes; French, Spanish,
anil Latin. Resilience, Alakea street,
near Y. M. C. A.
Hood's be Gores
dlil not seem to brnpftt me. I.it fill a friend
advised me to try Hood's b.irs.ip.iriluu 1 was
A Thorough Trial.
ors and Guv woro arraigned in tho After uslnp two bottles, myiMiuetnrmrd to lti
District Court on Saturdav la.it to I natural state. 1 still ma It. a It gles mo
answer te the chargo of burglary b'
entering tho residence of Mr. A. J.
Cartwright on tho Plains on Satur
day, March 1th, and appreipriating
jowolry valued at .?2000. Somora
pleaded guilty, anel tho either two
pleadetl neit guilty. Sentence was
not passed on Somers, who was liolel
for trial with the other di'feiulants.
Tho trial began in tho District
Court this morning. A. J. Cart-
wright testified to having left em
March 4th lor his e'ouutry residence A ,, "i i ,-Y. "St ;sVr
, VT. ,-. i ,r i i xV. Hiei'ch Loading niitoMirT
at Nui, near Diauieuul Head, accom- ,m,()t (Jlln. Addie-s M?y)J
panied by his wife) anel coachman. "N.," this uiiice. -vT"!-
Tho town resilience was left in I (i'')-'-ii "--X
stri'ii::lli and vlsnr. I never bal belt r beallli
in my life, and I nv o It to I ikniK Howl s S.irsa
n.irill.i." e'MAs. Vi.m:k. v. Hi e'.mlll ilfc.
Co., -18 UlKbth hlrcot, San rninrNeo.
Hood's Pills aro the best after-dinner
Pills, assist dlseatlou, cure hciilaclio. 2Cc
Suhxcribe for the Daily Bulletin, 50
rpnlx ppr mnvih.
Persons who are subioct to attacks
of bilious colic can almost invariably
toll by theiir feelings, when to expect
an attack. If Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is
taken as soon as these symptoms ap
pear, thoy can ward oil tho disease.
Such persons should always keep
the Remedy at hand, ready for im
mediate uso when needed. Two or
threo doses of it at tho right time
will save them much suffering. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for tho Hawaiian lsl-
m m m
To Aid Kawaiahao Seminary.
A concert will bo given Saturday
mining next, 2.")th inst., at Kawaia
hao chinch, in uid of Kawaiahao
Female Seminary, at which besides
local talent the Kamnhniiiolm Glee
Clubaud Kawaiahao Seminary pupils
will lake part.
Bully Jlulletin, 60 centu u month,
Buckotful of Poi.
Sing a song of annexation; a
bucketful of joy. A lot of miked
bluckbirds, eating Jiumblopoi. When
the poi was eaten tho birds began to
sing wasn't this a dainty dish le)
sot before the ring? Tho Minister
was hoisting flags te) servo his pri
vuto ends; the Queen waH oil' her
thremele't surrounded by her frienels;
tho boat hen native woneleteel if tlie.se
were all his woes, when along came
a missionary and stole his scanty
clothes.- -Uuklttntl Times.
Quartors for the Commission.
Worel has boon received te pre
pare quarters, at the Hawaiian
Heitol, for the Commission to arrive
next week from Washington. Tho
Snow Cottage of the Hotel, the
management state, will be prepared
lor them, m place ol the cottage) em
the eastern corner formerly occupied
by Admiral Brewn and his family,
politau Saloon, tostilietl te) Sinners
ig come ie mm a lew eiavs alliT
Tho people of this vicinity insist
having Chamberlain's Cough
Keuueely and do not want any other,
says John V. Bishop, of Portland
Mills, Indiana. That is right. They
know it to bo Hiiperior lo any other
for cold, and as a preventive and
euro for croup, ami why should they
not insist upon having it. 50 cent
bottles for sale by all demlors. Ben
son. Smith iV Co., agents for the Ha
charge of n Gen man anel Chinese
servants, who staled they locked the
place up immediately after their
master anel mistress left. Witness
returned at 1():!50 o'clock Sunday
morning auel found the hemse) ran
sackeel. Mr. Cart Wright's colored cetach
man stated that on the Saturday
afternoon, March 4th, he e-alle-el at
the Club Stables for a carriage pole
auel met Harris, one of the defend
ants. Dofewulnilt Uskcel him whetret
they weue geiing auel witness teild
li i in Niu,
F. L. Leslie, barkeeiper at Ceisiiu)
poll tan h;i
tho lobhery and sold him a nugget,
Siame-e coin anel stud fe)r10.
Somers, defendant, gave eividence
against Harris, who he sjiiel, piopos
i'el the burglary. Harris, Gus and
himself eie standing near the
shooting gallery between 7 anil S
o'clock em Satunlay evening, 1imi
Harris proposed to the others te)
burglarize Cartwright'n house. The
trio them walked emt to the resi
elene'e. Gus was niissi'il alter limy
parted. Arriving at the house wit
ness was told jy jiarris tet watch
outside while he went in. He lieaiel
Harris break open the door auel
go upstairs, and later come
down with something which lie car
ried farther up the road. Presently
witness heard hammering on some
harel substance. After that they part-
eel ami met at Harris' house, Keiwleu'n .
yard. The jewelry was put in a tin I
om nun no woiiiu
went out to light the tire in the
morning. Witness then ot meted I
the jewelry, which he sold to Leslie i
without Harris' knowledge. j
Still oib I
Sunburn relies e-d at emce by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith Co.,
1(7 kimln Cominrrciul I'rlnlimj
jiromjitly envutrd id lou rates ut I ho
HOUSE TO LET
near Pilkoi street,
containing (! Rooms, .e'ar
lini'ii Hinisii mid Stables:
l.nt 10DIUD feet. Rent IH per month in-
I cluillng wateT. Appiv to
MRS. W. Ji. rilUTIl,
(is'.'-Iit 110 King strcut.
1 THIS NRIV R
Just Arrived by "Austi alia,"
Ten Homesteads !
not, and Harris le
hide it under the house when
FOR, S-A-T-iE !
rpiiKui: ari:ti:n uoodki.i: uomi:-
1 hlciuls on tbe Waikiki mad bctwenn
Hon. Chas. I.. Iloiikius' premlM's and Mr.
Maefarlaiiii'- iireinUos. Tbece I.eiUaretlui
. besl uilMild l.oli. Ill tbo idly, being pari nf
tho-e pieunUes foui.i'rly owned b (i. V.
lici'ds at the oituiM) of
TeruiH iiki e'iis.
Ltf 1'eir (uilhir particular iii)l. In
WIIJJ.XM C. ACHI.
Honolulu, Maichit, istil. (h:'-i(
Fine Job Viilui; at tho Bulletin Ojjae
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers !
Wo wntil to call the attention
of our patrons to n novelty which,
from tho favor it bus been re
ceived with, we believe has: come
to stay and become an indispon
sible article of gent's furnishing.
A glance at lire cut above will
show nt once the superiority of
goods made in this manner over
those- heretofore in vogue.
Scrivkn's I'atknt Elastic
Siia.m Drawhrs are provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Insi'.rtion at the
inner anel outer seams, which
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in HI. The drstwers are
cut in Hirure outlines and allore
the wearer all the advantage's eif
knit goods, while retaining tire
superior comfort of woven fabric.
The I'atknt Elastic 8i:am,
which contains no Rci'.r.r.i;, ri
tains its springiness anel wear
longer than the other portion of
the mirment. It makes the
drawers conform lo the position
of the wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attituele
the body assumes.
It will also he found that these
Pati:nt Elastic Si:a.m Drawkrs
are eepially well adapted to all
uthletic positions and allow the
greatest freedom anel ease eif
motion. In the position as
ouined in the cut, not the least
tension is produceel on the main
portion of the gooils, while the
elastic seams allow the transfor
mation of the figure as seen in
the position, which would he im
possible in others without pro
ducing groat strain on the goods
and friction upon the person.
We have now a complete stock
I of these goods in all sizes, and
can recommend those made of
the material known as "Juan"
to he the coolest ami best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear weiolen fabrics.
They say that there is "noth
ing new under tins sun," but the
fellow who said that was air
wrong. He forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," they're always mak
ing something new hi that line.
Tho latest yet, we have just
received samples of, from tho
manufacturer. it e;onsists of
Gauze, Balhriggiui, or Silk Un
der Garments with WOOL skill
fully woven into the breast and
hack to protect tho most vital
parts of the hotly from cold or
chill. To the many people who
cannot wear all wool gooils on
account of tho irritation some
times felt, these gooeln will be ti
great boon, as, while they will
i have the advantage of wearing
! cotton fabric, the lungs auel
I back will have a nice warm cov-
l oring of wool. Erom the many
sentiment:) of approval we have
heard regarding these goods we
believe thorn lo he a good thing
for our climate, and have placed
our orders for a full slock,
which will he on mile in about
To any person desiring to se-e-the
samples which wo have we
will be pleasi'il to show them.
New White Goods, Dimities, Marseilles, Etc.
WP. HAVK TUP. VIHtV I.ATKST IN
Laces, Embroideries &. Trimmings!
ALSO A NP.W LOT OK THE
Adeline Black Stockings
&- Those are
Ab-olutely Past Color and will not Crock- they aie pronounced
20 lbs. W
! ' T5tv m w w"
STS Vent aro rcsnoel
Your doctor ''"'b' ivqiic-stud to call at
will tell you Our Stoiv and get a Pkki:
it 1b the KamIM.K of tllO
A dainty new book, The Baby, by the
best authorities on baby life, free to ecry
mother who sends her address
THOMAS LCEAUNfl & COMPANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
Fare Milk Food!
And ro(iiiris only (he addi
tion of Water to pre
pare il I or use.
Large Packages 50 Cts
HOLLXSTER, & CO.,
109 Fort Street,
KCoiaolviliJi, EC. I.
Pacific Hardware Co, L'd
CvnYixxiins1 Bloclc, ITort Street.
Leather Belting & Lace Leather
OP Vi:RY .SUPERIOR ejPALPTV. AN INVOICIC OP
TRON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMPLKTi: OUR LINII OP SI.LS.
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
O-ictnt 3STa.ll Fullers, Xjarltxt Swivels,
Turner's Snips and Shears,
Awls 0-n.cl Tools, Qai'don Trowels,
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
IB- IB EHLBBS c GO-
S9 FOKT STK,E3inT.
APTHR TAK1NH BTOl'K. ALL KINDS OP
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half the former tost.
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