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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER OCTOUEK 1. 18!).'.
A.M. F.M. P.M.
l.eavo Honolulu.. .0:15
Arrlvo Honolulu. .8:115
l'KAni. OlTV LOCAL.
l.eavo Honolulu G:105 ....
Arrlvo Pearl City 5:IH ....
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30 ,
Sundays oxconted. f Saturdays only.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
nv c. J. LYONS.
!? H n tn oTI i
S. & rift H IS
n.in. a.m. a.m. 'a.m.
20. (I 14 6 14 11 00, 1 00
21 7 11 0 00,11 40 2 30
i In. in.
22 8 22 0 B0. 0 10
2J 1) (W S 20 1 20
124 10 00 10 00, 2 00
25 11 30 11 20 (I 00 .1 10
12 00. U 35 5 00
Tlio bnnd will play
iMjunru una nllornooii.
Mr. J. E. Bush will not spoak nt
thu mnss mooting to-night.
Diamond Head, 12 m. Woathor,
dour; wind, light southwost.
Slock cmtifioato No. 5, Ponil City
Fruit Co., is advertised as lost.
There aro several Boloetious iii this
issuo of much interest to the ladies.
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0 11 10 111
0 2 0 12 u 20
0 1 0 12 ....
0 0, 0 12 0 2!)
0 0 0 13 1 30
5 69 0 13, 2 27
First Quarter of tlio Moon on tlio 2tth nt
llli. 2 liiln. n. in.
Time Whistloblousilt 111 28m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu tlmo, which la tlio samo as 12b. Oui.
0s. ot Uiccnvslch time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1893.
M -AMINES ISTEWS.
Satuiuiay, March 25.
Stnir Kiuau from Miuil and Hawaii
Stuir J A Cummins from Koolnu
Stmr Mokolli from Molokai
Stmr C H llishop from L.ilmina
Stmr Kaala from Wnianae
Stmr Iwnlaui from Kauai
Stmr Waialealo from llamakua
S vnimiAY, March 25.
Am ship John C Potter, Meyer, for San
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmi Mokolii for Molukai
Stmr Waialealu for Hananuiulu
Stmr C K Bishop for Kamii
Cargoes froni Island Forts.
Stmr Kinau C2G0 bags sugar, 18S sheep, 1
horse, 2(U bags potatoes, 23 bags corn,
oz pes ouia tin
Stmr Waialealo :t41
ubor, 41 hogs, lsu pkgs
hairs siiL'ar and S7
Stmr Bishop 3011 bags sugar and 123 bbls
Stmr Iwalani lMi bags sugar and 22 pkgs
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr :
Mar 25 From Volcano: J A Joy, II
Corwin, W J Fcron, F O Ewing, JJr
Mar 25 From Volcano: J A Joy, I)r it W
Corwin, W J Fcron, F O Ewing, Or Iglick,
J E Andre, It O Smith, Wav worts: Jas
Falkner, J W Young, T Woln-, T Yatsu
moto, Mrs Aoe Like, A B Loebenstein, 0
Notley, Miss E Mullinger, Jas Benton,
Geo F Benton. B F La Hire. C E Keiimster.
T W Gay, W J Koche, II F Hamersley, O
JFalk.MrsCL Wight and child, Airs J
Vierra and 2 children, and 02 deck.
For San Francisco per bark Annie John
son from Hilo, Mur 21 W S Burncll.
Vessels in Port.
H I J M S Naniwa, Togo, from Japan
U 8 F S Mohican from San Francisco
USB Boston, Wiltso, from Hilo
Am 4-masted schr Hobt Searles, I'clU,
from Newcastle, X S W
Am bit Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am bktne Discovery, McNeill, from San
Gerbk H Hackfeld, Hilgerloh, from Liverpool.
Tho family of the lato R. B. Rick
nrd have a card of thanks in this
Joso Dias offers the building occu
pied by hint as a stuldlory shop in
Wailufui for salo.
The seven contestants, who will
partiuipato in tho wrestling tourna
ment to begin on April 1st, were
A largo number of annexation
Hags arrived lately from San Fran
cisco. Thoy aro American flags with
an extra star for Hawaii.
Tho Hawaiian National Band will
give a concert at Emma Square this
evening at 7:30 o'clock, during tho
Civil Rights League mass mooting.
Don't forgot tho concert at Ka
waiahao Church this ovoning. A
brilliant program has boon prepared
and a good ovouing's entertainment
A young Chinese ovangolist named
Ton Young loft by tho bark Tacora
tho other day, to assist Row H. H.
Gowon's mission among tho Chinese
of British Columbia.
Mr. "W. J. Roche arrived from
Ulupalakua, Maui, on tho stoamer
Kinau this morning in bad Health.
Mr. Rocho wont to Ulupalakua to
accept a position as teacher only
A practice game of baseball will
bo played at tho League grounds
tills attoruoon between tho local
Hawaiis and a toam from tho Mohi
can and Boston. Tho gaino will
begin at 3 o'clock.
A Chineso vegetable peddler stated
in answer to a question yostorday
that thoro wore nearly four hundred
vegetable gardens owned by Chinese
in this city. Tho largest one, covered
an area of sixty acres.
Tho special car for tho Second
Congiegation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral will leavo Pauoa at twenty min
utes to six o'clock on Sunday ovon
ing on account of confirmation ser
vice, beginning at 0 o'clock.
A belated sailor was rowed out to
join tho bark Tacora starting for &ca
tho other day. Captain Thornton
told him ho was too lato. The sailor
then asked for his baggago, which
was thrown over the side to him.
ho s-ervico ol tlio second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral,
Sunday evening, will commence at ti
instead of (5:30 o'clock, when tho
Bibhop will confirm a largo number
of candidates pioparod by Ror. Alex.
Mackintosh. All soalb free.
Lam Gow, who runs tho notorious
Bay View Resort, was sentenced to
pay a tine of 200 in tho District
Court this morning on a charge of
selling liquor without a license last
week, and more particularly on Mon
day. Defendant noted an appeal.
Fivo tourists, among them threo
ladies, arranged to t-oo the native
females' style of tripping tho light
fantastic 3'estorday. In tho evening
they wore treated to a privato exhi
bition at a house on Qucon street,
and tho ladies wore so fascinated
that thoy immediately initiated
themselves in tho Hawaiian .step.
When 3'ou have read tho essay of
tho Hawaiian Hardware Co. in this
paper, you will arrive at tho conclu
sion that there is moro than vol
canoes in tint, country. It is signi
fieant to find a corporation that
deals in an infinite variety of mer
chandise making a leading specialty
of an agricultural implement iu
their largo advertising.
Important Invention by a Locnl Me
chanic Protectod in tho States,
Mr. Wm. 0. Roe of Honolulu has
received a United States patout, to
run 17 years from March 7, for an
improved latho center. This inven
tion of Mr. Roe's was described iu
this paper when ho was sending for
ward his application for a patent.
Tho now latho center is readily ap
plied and easy of adjustment, to
bring irregular woik into a true
position while being turned. It con
sists of an inner fixed or dead cen
ter, with a conical ceutor point, and
a tnperod stom bearing part, with a
conical shoulder thrust bearing.
Thoro is a passage for oil through
tho device, for lubricating tho point
of action. A complete description
would be too technical for most of
our loaders, but .Mr. Roo will doubt
less respond to all inquiries for in
formation. Tho most important
object of the invention is to have
any irregular centers iu old work, or
any kind of irregular work, readily
and simply centered to run truly or
irregularly as desired. The inventor
sa3-s this center is the only practical
revolving center ho has over seen or
hoard ofj and its adjustable device
on cone is entirely new to latho and
FIRE ON THE PLAINS
of J. M.
MISSING WORD CONTEST.
Results of Number Ono in tho Daily
Missing word contest No. 1 in tho
Bulletin did not draw out a great
many answers. Tho game seldom
does awaken enthusiasm at tho start.
In Frank Loslio's most of tho an
swers camo in within tho last day or
two of a month given. Tho names
of tho winuors and the number of
correct votes of each aro givon bo
low. Thoy will bo apportioned tho
purso in equal shares per vote:
O. A. Peterson, 5 votes;
A. V. Gear, G votes;
Robert W. Cathcart, 1 vote.
Tho missing word was "equalit',"
tho entire sentence, from page 91 of
Vol. 1 of Talleyrand's Memoirs, bo
ing as follows: "I ought to say bo
sides, that that portion of the army
so imprudently sent to tho aid of
tho English Colonies struggling
against their mother couutry, was
imbued in tho Now World with the
doctrines of equality." The next con
test will bo opened shortly.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Tho firo department was called
out early this morning to n blaze on
Beretnnia street, between IMikoi and
Keonumoku streets. The residence
of .). M. Vivas, PorliimHi courl in
terpreter, was burned. Uofoio the
engitio arrived tlio house was a mass
Mr. Vivas states that he was awak
ened between I and half-past 1 by
his wife, who told him that she
hoard a noise as if some ono was
moving about in the house. Mr.
Vivas thinking tho noise was made
by a burglar got up to get a revol
ver, but as ho was parsing the dining
room ho saw a bright light through
tho space under the door, t'resently
tlio flames buist through and ho I
called to his wife and family to get
out of tho house as it was on lire.
He called out to natives on the op
posite sido of tho road for help, but
thoy only blow a whistle.
A" small bureau and a few articles
of clothing woro tlio only things
saved. Tho houso is fully insured
iu tho Fireman's Fund and Lion In
surance Companies, and tho furni
ture is partly insured.
Chief Engineer Hustaco displayed
commendablo activity in connection
with this firo. The vigor ho inspires
in the now department is marked.
Thoro would have boon a dolaj of
many minutes in getting water this
morning, if tho Chief had not takou
tho precaution of going round be
forehand to look up tho old-fashioned
sunken water plugs. If thoro
had boon a proper hydrant at tho
placo, many seconds would havo been
saved. Chief Engineor Hustaco be
gan runniug tho hro department oil
strictly business principles, and his
management of Honolulu's first paid
firo department reflects credit on
tho Government that selected him
for tho responsible position.
Bei'oro Thoy Camo In.
Advanco agent What is the capa
city of your theater?
Manager About 800.
"But you told me 2100 when I was
"Yes, but that was before hoop
skirts camo in." IMroit Tribune.
LMlTiFiiie :. Easter:.
nsrcrw ofhjn- jt
N- S. 'SASS
1 Q4 Fort
o - - -
Latest Novelties I New Styles !
New Spring Flowers!: New Ribbons!
Latest Novelties in Children's Hats T
ALHO A FIXE ASSORTMENT 'OF
Sunday Tho Skth Sunday in Lent.
0:30, Holy Communion.
11, Holy Communion, (Choral-).
7:30, Eening Prayer and Sermon.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
0:30, Holy Communion.
9, Morning Prayer.
1:30, Evening Prayer. Except
Wednesday, when Evening will bo
11, Morning Prayer, Litany and
1:30, Meditations and Seon Words
from tho Cross.
7:30, E oning Prayer and Sermon.
Saved My Wife'
John IP. Jbiica
VOLUNTEER CHINA CO.
Solicits Financial Aid From the Pro
Foreign Vossols Expected.
UBS Ranger, from San Franeinco
USB Adaiiia, from Ban Francisco
HUMS Hyaclnthe from Esquimau
HBM8 Koyal Arthur from England
ii u iu o lemerairo irotii ungiauu
i bktne In
Am bktne Irmgard from BaiiKrancihcodue
Am bktne Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco, duo March 21
Am Alice Cooke from New ea&tlu, N B W,
due March 25
Am 4-masted schr Lyman I) Foster, Drjcr,
from Newcastle, N B W
Am 4-masted schr Puritan. Warner, from
Am 4-m schr OJga, from Ken castle. N S V,
Am 4-m King Cyrus, from Newcastle, N B
W, April 5-10
Am 4-m hktno W It Hume, from New
castle, N B V, April 2.i-:i0
Br lik Gainsborough, from Newcastle, N S
W, April 25-ISO
Ilk Lamorna, fiom Newcastle, N S W,
Ilk Amy Turner, from Ilostou, duo Hay
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 2.1
llr ship Honolulu from New cast lo, N S V
Ger bkt Amelia from Port Towusuud
" Of ray own froo will ami accord, unbiased by
anyono, ami wishing only to ilo gooil tn tlio
alllictcd, I wish to tell of the good qualities of
I Hood's Saisaii.irlUa and Ilnod's Pills. I think
thcro aro no mertMncs oqinl to them, and liavo
nrocd tlielr meilt by exin'iknee hi my own
family. JIv wife, llaclirl lus been nnlii tcri
with weakness. neroinues. anil sail riiiM.m. I
spent nearly all tint Ih.ul or tills wnild's mioil-;
fur doptn's hills a.l in Ulclui' mull wo iU tilled
to tiy Hood's Sarsajiarllla. It undoubtedly
Saved My Wlfo From tho Cravo.
The salt rheum h.is entirely healed ami she Is
rrMorrd lo Rood lirnlili. I It i 0 m.iny
friends and lelatlvcs In the i'ast who will be
glad to know that
nfenmce ' Hood's SarGaparMa
miii-inn ' HlS ClIlOll II1V Wife." JolIXW. JOVBS,
The Hawaiian bark Manna Alii is now
folly duo from Sun Francisco, being llldavs
Tho steamer Wuiulealc reports lino wea
ther at Haiunkuu. Bliu will leave ugain
on Monday for Hanamaulu.
The American ship John (' Potter was
towed to sea at noon to-day by the tug
Eleu. Bho is hound to San Francisco with
2I),7(J9 bags sugar.
Bulled Mar 21, bark Aimlu Johin-ou,
Oaptuiu ituek, for San Kiancisco. tnkiiiu'
over 1700 tons of sugar, valued nt I10,2u".-
vi, ino iiiigesi cuigo ol
District Magistrate Foster ren
dered decision in tho Cartwritrht
burglary case this morning. Somors
was committed to tho Circuit Court
for sentence, and Ales. Harris was
committed for trial. As to Gus, tho
third colored man concerned, there
was no evidence against him, but ho
was ordered to file a bond to onsuro
his appearing as a witness against
Harris in the Circuit Court. It is
believed Gus knows moro thau ho
cares to tell.
Tho tiiK-of-war matches to-nicht
at tho Buret an in street Armory pro
mise to be very interesting. The
lir.st pull will bo between Hawaii
and Ireland, the latter team being
from tlio S. S. Australia. Both teams
average about 200-lbs. to tho man.
Several wagerh havo been made that
tho Hawaiian team will meet their
Waterloo in contesting with tho
Irish team. It is also said that the '
now-comors will put up S200 that
thoy will defeat tho Hawaiinns. Tlio
other matches will be between Japan
and Portugal, and America and
with board at Hani-
China Engine Co. No. 5 havo de
cided to reorganise as a volunteer
company. Twenty-five of tho old
members have enrolled their names
under Foreman Chang Kim.
Tho present foionian instructed
by tho company had a co
with the Board of Firo Commission
ors tho result being that China En
gino Company was promised Govern
ment assistance. The commission
ers, offered aid of ..")() a mouth to do
fray tho expenses of the company.
Foreman Chang Kim reported
back to his company. Tho members 1KUTIKI0ATK OF
naiami, v. asii
HOOD'S PlLt-8 otli bett after dinner P'lU,
llt dlgcitlon, cur headache Try a box. Mc.
from tho P. G.
received as yet.
No answer has been
STOCK NO. 5,
niuhtcun bharcs Pearl City I-ruIt
Comimnv. Finder please return to
March 2.J, 1. 0Sl-:it
Migar over Mint
Arrivals-Mar 15, stmr (Jluudlno, Duvies,
from Honolulu with foreign mulls; Am :)
masted schr Kva, .1 Mollo master, IK davit
from Ban Pedro. Ualu,, to Haw llullio.ul
Co,; 18. stmr ICIimu hum Honolulu; 21,
stmr Kiuau from Hilo.
Duiiurturcs Mur 15, stmr (Jluuiliiiu for
Rooms to let
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith k Co.V.
Took Them by Wholesale.
Withorby You had better send
mo up half a dozen pairs of thcbo
Salesman Paidon me, sir, but
may 1 ask what you want so many
Withorby Triplets. Juibjo.
Three days is a very short time iu
which to cure a bad case of rheu-
mat ism; but it can be done, if the ,
proper treatment is adopted, as will
bo r-eon by tho following from .lames i
Lambert, of Now Uruuswick, Ills:
"1 was badly alllicted with rhouina- I
Usui iu the hips and legs, when 1 j
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. It cured mo in thico
days. 1 am all rijdit to-day: and
would insist on every ono who is
alllicted with that terriblo disease to I
use Chamberlain's l'ain Balm and get I
well at once." fit) cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson Smith
& Co., agents for tlio Hawaiian Isl
All hiwU of C'limmrrcial Ptinlintj
promptly executed it luw rates at tho
CARD OF THANKS.
rpim HEUEAVKP FAMILY OF THE
JL late K. il. Kickard, deceased, do
hereby heg to tender their mot .sincere
e.pres-ions of gratitude, to the many kind
friends, whose kind, respectful sympathies
were shown by their pro-ence at the
llonokua, llamakua, Hawaii, Mareli 22,
Tit! THIS NEW BRAND!
Just Arrived by "Austi alia."
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co,, Agents.
., ! A HUll.DlNG (ONSIST
A iV. ingof I ItooniH, Klt-
1 ..? l-
olii'ii, hiuall Ilaek.vaiil and raiiljiiSi
i occupied as u sudillcrj ohop by Join Dins,
in win oiiMiiush part in mo ion u nun itii-
V tn :i-iiiustd schr Eva,
Kar weighing 770.SJI lb,; also 117 bids mo
lasses (2000 gullons). by 0 J Fulk, Tola!
vuluo, lw.Yuu.3d. 18. spur Kinau for Hilo;
21, stmr Kluuu for Honolulu,
Sunburn lelieved at once by C
cumber Tome, Benson, Smil li k Co.,
IS.- M.i nil i?...-l L .!
nlivo llirftf: Clmie and Sugif ' HWlti tu
eases. Mutual Telephone 082. I On the prembes ur by htiur.
, , ,, ,1 Wulluku, Muifli 21. (iSl-lw
Mechiinies' Homo, nil and til Hotel -
stieet. Lodging by lay, week or
month -'Jfic. and hUc. a night; .?!
and ? 1 . " a week.
Prof. I'1. Loinlmrd, A. H., will con
tinue ghiug iuntruetiou iu privato rl
ami iu dIu.sms.s; Fieiuih, Spanish. ' '
mill J..UIIII. jvubiuuiiuo, n ui huh niiuui,
near Y. M. C. A,
Ohia Koii Firewood
HOUSE TO LET
ileal I'lll.iii t-tli id.
containing n nonius, i ur-
riuue Hiiiisii mid MiiImch:
.ot inexiuiJ lent, iieni .fis pur iiioiitu iii
ludiiig wuior. Aiiply tn
MII8. V. II. HMITH.
0.i2.at' 110 ICIiitf street.
At S8 Per Cord-CASH
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers !
"Vo want to cull the attention
of our patrons to a novelty which,
from tho favor it has heen re
ceived with, wo believe has come
to stay and become an indibpen
sihlc article of gent's funiibhing.
A glnnco at the cut above will
show at once the superiority of
goods made in this manner over
those heretofore in vogue.
Suhivkn's Patiint Hi.am-ic
Skam Duawkus tiro provided
witn an linprovemeiu eoiihistnig
of an Elastic Lvhr.UTioN ut the
inner and outer teams, which
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in lit. Tlio dniwor- are
cut in figure outlines mid uH'ord
the wearer all the advantages of
knit goods, while retaining the
superior comfort of woven fabric.
The 1'atknt Ki.A.vnc .Si:.m,
which contains no urmiKi:, re
tains it springinc.-s nml wear
longer than the other portion of
the garment. It nmkc- the
drawers conform to the position
of the wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitude
the body assumes.
It will also be found that these
Patknt Elastic Si:am Dkawkus
are equally well adiipled to all
athletic positions and allow the
greatest freedom and ease of
motion. In the position as
sumed in the cut, not the least
tension io produced on tlTo main
portion of tho goods, while the
clastic seams allow the transfor
mation of the iigtiro as seen in
the position, which would he im
possible in others without pro
ducing great strain on the goods
and friction upon the person.
We have now u complete stock
of theso goods in all sizes, and
enn recommend those made of
tho material known as "J i:an"
to he tho coolest and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolon fabrics.
They say that there is "noth
ing new under tiie sun," hut the
fellow who .-aid that was all
wrong. He forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings, thoy re always miiK
ing something new in that line.
Tho latest yet, we have just
received samples of, from the
inaniifacturero. It consists of
Gauze, Balbriggan, or Silk Un
der Garments with WOOL skill
fully woven into tlio hrcast and
back to protect the most vital
parts of tho body from cold or
chill. To tho many people who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of tho irritation some- i
times full, those goods will he a j
great boon, as, while I hey will I
havo tho advantage of wearing f
cotton fabric, I ho lungs and '
hack will have a nice warm cov- i
oring of wool. From the many
sentiments of approval wo have
heard regarding these goods we
believe them to bo a good thing
for our clima'o, and have placed
our orders for a full slock,
which will be on ulo in about
To any person desiring to see
the samples which wo haw c
will he pleased to show thcin.
M . JtloliNERN Y
New Spring Dress Materials !
ni:v riiriti:n muslins, oimiammhs a chamhuics,
NI'.W rltr.NC'H ALL-WOOL ClIAlLI.ns, dark (-round ellccts;
whiti: .v i'uinti:i) Lixr.N ,t iuish lawns,
xkw cotton imu:i:s &. cotton, chapes,
New White Goods. Dimities, Marseilles. Etc.
wi: havi: Tin: vkiiy latest in i
Laces, Embroideries & Trimmings!
ALSO A NI'.W LOT OF THE
Vdeline Black Stockings
CS These arc Absolutely Fast Color and will not Cro k thev are pronounced
20 lbs. W
i 111 $wfcj PdlWIF
fully requested to
will tell you Our Store and get
it ia the
S.VMi'iii: of the '
A dainty new book, The Baby, by the
best authorities on baby life, free to ecry
mother who sends her address
Pure Milk Food!
And requires only the addi
tion of "NV ater to pre
pare it for use.
THOA1AS LCEMINd & COMPANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
Large Packages 50 Cts
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, HL I.
0im.rYiJns Block., Port SJtreot.
Leather Belting & Lace Leather
OK VKItY SUI'i:i!IOK QUALITY. AN INVOIGK OK
TRON AND BRASS SCREWS
to com rum; oun uni: ok si.i:s.
Saucl Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
O-iarit, Nail Fullers, Liai-ia-t Swivels,
Turner's Sn-ips cxxicl Shears,
A.-wls and. Tools, Oardon Trowels,
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, ' Putty, Etc., Etc.
B. IF1. EH:i-iEK,S & CXD.
S3 FORT STK.E3E3T.
AlTKIt TAKINCj bl'Ol'IC ALL KlNDrf Oh
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored I
At hall the former com,
Velvet c& Smyrna, IR.-u.gs
Iu all nirvn KH'iitlj redmed
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
IW 1" hut . oder liiiincn-i lliri:aliis in all Iei.irtuieuts, -
Vt)' Drossmakluj Undor Uio Mmiaaomont ol MISS K. 0LARK. SEJ
Daily Bulletin, 50c. per month