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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1893.
Siimiav, Mar. 20.
Stmr Clumliiic from Maui and Hawaii
Btmr Jlikalinln from Kuuai
Moni)y, March '27.
Am mis stonm puuket Morning Star, Oar-
land, 47 days fiuin ICu-iaio
Monhay, March 27.
Btmr J A Cummins for Kooluu
Sttm Mokolii fur Molnkai
Btmr Waiali-ale for Haiiainaulu
Btmr C K Bishop for Kauai
Vessola Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr luuhini for Kauai
Btmr Mikahala for Kau.ii at 5 p in
Btmr Hawaii for Hawaii
Btmr Claudinu fur Maul at 5 p m
Btmr Kinau fur Muui mid Hawaii tit 2 p
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Per stmr Mikahala 5413 hags sugar, 10
bags rice, 40 hills hides, 5 hor.us, 80
l'or stmr Claiuliuo b!)7.J hags siigar, 10J
bags taro, 32 bugs corn, 120 bags po
tatoes, GO hides, 0 calves, 15 head cat
tle, 147 hogs, ISO pkgs sundries.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
UBS Hanger, from San Fiancisco
UBS Adams, from San Francisco
HUMS Hyacinthe from i:-ciuimalt
HUMS Hoyal Arthur from Kugluud
HUMS Tcmcrairc fioin Knglaud
Am bktne Irmgard from San Francisco due
Am bktne Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco, due March 21
Am Alice Cooke from Newcastle, N S W,
due March 25
Am 4-mastcd schr Lyman D Foster, Drjer,
from New castle, N S V
Am 4-masted schr Puritan, Warner, from
Newcastle, N S AV
Am 4-m schr Olga, from Newcastle, N S V,
Am 4-m King Cyrus, from Newcastle, N S
V, April 5-10
Am 4-m bktnu V It Hume, from New
castle, N B V. April 25-30
Br bk Qainsborough, from Newcastle, NS
W, April 25-30
Bk Lamorna, fiom Newcastle, N S W,
Bk Amy- Turner, from Boston, due May
Mis bkt Morning Star fiom Micronesia,
due May 23
Br ship Honolulu fiuin Newcastle, N S.W
Ger bkt Amelia from Port Towiisend
LOCAIj AND GENERAL NEWS.
Agon! I). Dnylon litis not relumed
Tlio Mechanics' Benefit Union will
Masonic Lodgo lo Progros will
meet this evening.
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Weather,
hazy; wind, fresh northeast.
Up to last night twenty Chineso
ganiblora woro placed in colls.
Captain Duncan is mato of tho
Missionary packet Morning Star.
Thoro were no arrosts from Satur
day up to Sunday night for drunk
enness. This ovoning tho Scottish Thistle
Club holds its weokly meeting and
Tlio P. G. band will give a moon
light concert at Emma Square this
Tho Hawaiian Patriotic League
will hold a mass mooting at Anon
hall this ovoning.
Tho waters in tho bay woro so
rough this morning that some of tho
M. Melunrny Hies tho flag of the
Waltham Watch Co., whoso timo
piecos novor wear out.
Tho Hawaii baseball club defeat
ed tho Mohican-Boston team on
Saturday by a scoro of 2(5 to '.).
Tho Hawaiian National Band will
give their sucond concord at tho Ha
waiian Hotel to-morrow ovoning.
The H. M. H. Noeau will give nu
othor concert on Thursday ovoning
at Kavvaiahao Church at S o'clock.
Tho woman's branch of tho Ha
waiian Patriotic League held a meet
ing at dho Arion hall this afternoon.
A number of Chineso gamesters
were raided by tho police near
Thomas Square on Saturday even
A luau on a largo scalo is projected
at Kohala, in honor of tho visit of
tho Bishop of Panopolis early in
Miss Fletcher, teacher at tho Po-
uaneaii mission, returned by tho
Morning Star this morning iu poor
Tho Japanese cruiser Naniva made
a lino siuht ornishier up and down
outside tho harbor at full speed this
A Chinese woman was burned to
death at Kohala, lately, by her
clothes catching liro whilo she was
Lady readers of tho Bulletin will
find it to their advantage to look at
Iho list of goods ottered by tho Tem
ple of Fashion.
The tug-of-war matches this ovon
ing will bo between Germany vs.
Portugal, Hawaii vs. Japan, and
Amenca vs. lieland.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Baldwin and
family have ai rived in (own, on their
nay to Makuvvoli, Kauai, whoro they
will stay for &i mouths.
Something now has come to town.
It is tho Lohengrin beer, and has
tho namo of being tho finest pale
lager on draught in America. Tho
Lohcngua is sold exclusively at tho
Arrival of Missionary Packet
Germans Oppose Her Cruising in tlio
. Marshall Group.
Fonnpoans and Spaniards Still at
War Tribal Wars at Buk - Tom
postuous Woathor Throughout
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Mur 20
H Morrison and wife, Mis J W Center,
Miss Center, F J Hecker, Miss A McBrj de,
H A Myhro, C V Spitz and wife, K l.indi--luann,
Miss Lily Paehaole. Muster llaiold
Bice, Miss Klussman, C 1. Brito, Aiuoiiu
Freitas, Cluing Heo and 52 deck.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Clan
dine, Mar 20 Hon H P Baldwin, wife ami
y children. Br 11 G Mcdrcw, wife, child
and 2 hervonts, Miss Uuim-tt, Hon K 1)
Wnlhiidguand wife, Itov T U dulick and
wire, S Jlacaulev, A HocMiil',.1 V Id-card,
Mrs H CI Alexiindoi. MissSlilcs, 11) Spen
cer, wife and 2 children, M Hos, ,lr, .1 V
1) II Lewis, J Mai and wife, A
H B Kuleo, G I' Kaiiimukiiolo and
At tho Y. M.C. A
MORE GOOD MUSIC.
Another Hotel Concert by tho
waiian National Band.
Tho Hawaiian National Band will
give a publio concert at tho Hotel
to-morrow ovoning, beginning at 8
o'clock. Following is the program:
March Volunteer . Bocltgur
Overture French Comedy . K. Beler
Mazurka Hawaiian .National Baud
Saxophone Solo Queen I.iliuokalam
. . l.lbomlo
Bongs Lei Oliiiolm, Jloouum, Alolm Ainu
j; Clarionet bold.
Polku Tlirough tho Air (new)
Ouvotte Loving Heat ts (now) Arr. Toluuil
March Kalulani. . Llhointii
.1. Luioiimo, Leader.
"Tho pooplo of this vicinity insiht
on having Chamberlain's Cough
liomedy and do not want any other,"
W,1 ,,.1'!! Vl JJiljl'J. of l'ortland
Mills, Indiana. That is right. They
know it to bo superior to any other
for colds, and as a niowutio and
euro for croup, and why should they
not insist upon having it. fit) cent
bottles forsalo by all dealers, lion.
hoii( Smith iS: Co., agents for tho Ha
Tho household furniture of Mrs.
C. N. Spencer will bo sold at tho
residence on Thursday next at 10
o'clock, by L. J. Lovoy, auctioneer.
Tho articles to bo sold are sp'.ciiiod
Tho Hawaiian Patriotic Loaguo
had nothing to do with tho mass
meeting of Saturday ovoning at
Emma Square. That body there
fore made no "demonstrations"
thore, "mild" or otherwise, as tho
padded shoot makes its readers be
Dr. Lucas will give a lecture on
"Tho Life, Habits and Strange Cus
toms of tho Indians of America"
to-night, at tljo Y. M. C. A. Dr.
Lucas has lived among them as a
tnissionaiy, and will sing and talk in
tho Indian language. There will bo
a charge of 25 cents.
Tho special services of tho Second
Congtegation of St. Andiow's Catho
dral during Moudaj', Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday of this week
will be as follows: 8 a.m., Holy
Communion; 12 o'clock noon, short
service with singing of tho story of
the Cross; 5:1.") p.m., ovoning prayer.
Or. Lucas will
mane his until appearance in a series
of recitations lor tlio Doneltt ol the
Library Fund of that Association.
Music will also bo arranged lor tho
owning, so that a pleasant enter
tainment is assured. The object is a
China Engine Co, lecoived a reply
fiom the Board of Firo Commis
sioners to-day, allowing tlium to
organize with thirty-five active mem
bers as a volunteer body and ollering
tliom ?."( a mouth espouses mid coal,
oil and waste supplies. Tho com
pany is satisfied with the proposi
tion and will orgauio immediately.
Sunday evening, at the sorvico of
tho Second Coninoj'ation of St. An- ,
drew's Cathedral, tho Bishop con
firmed twenty candidates, 11 fe-1
uiulc.s, '.) males, proparod by tho Rtn .
Alex, Mackintosh. Tho service was
veiy iiiipresB'no throughout, and the
choir of ladies and gentlemen ren
dered paiticularly fine music, Mr.
Wiay Taylor accompanying on the
organ. The Bishop doliveiod an
addiess to the candidates.
Tho Hawaiian Soap Works Co.
not only produces a bettor duality
of soap, "hut at picsout is selling it
cheaper than the California article.
11 lias always neon etieaper in ine
long run, because it goo-, faithor
than the imported soap. Theio is
no need oT tho plea of support to
homo industry in the case of the
Hawaiian soap, because its merits
both of quality and piicounly need
to bo known to inako it drive out all
Tho missionary steam packet
Morning Star, in command of Cap
tain Garland, steamed into port this
morning and anchored in tho stream.
17 davs from Kusaio in the Marshall
Islands. Tho Morning Star loft horo
on Juno 18 for Bntaritari, aniving
thoro on Julj fi. Left two days later
lor ivu&aie, arriving on July ll sail-
ed July IIS for Mokiel, Ponapo find i
Kuk islands; ariivcd at Mokiel on
tho 18th and loft a day later; arrived i
at Potiiipe on the 20th, made tho '
island of Natick on the 2;ird and (
Kuk on tho 2Gth. Loft on the 2!)th
for Ponapo, arriving August -1. Left
on tho 0th for Mokiel, arriving
August 12. Left the same day for i
Kusaie, making it on the l!)th. j
August 21 sailed for Jaluit, arriving I
on September 2. Cruised around ,
tho islands, touching at Pleasant i !
and Ocean islands. Not a single
tuico of tho trees planted thoro !
some timo ago woie .seen. The Ha- j
waiian Government shed hud disap- i
peaied and thete was evidence that j
no rain had visited it for thiiteeu
Tho steamer, engaged all this
time in conveying missionaries from i
island to island, armed at kusaie I
again on October 8th, and left on.
tho2(ith. Made a tour or the Gii- I
bort Islands and letuiued to Kusaie
on Dec. 21. Tlio Moining Star touch- i
ed at Kusaie Tour times in all. On
Doc. !H) touched again at the islands
mentioned, then made for tho Caro- '
lino Islands, touching at link on the
return on Jan. 10, anil leaving four
days later sidled for Kusaio, arriving
on Fob. Did, and lauded all tho inis
siouaiies in safety. Left Kusaie on
Fob. 'J for Honolulu and hud con- '
trary and ballling head winds
throughout the voyage. Encount
ered tho prevailing northerly buster
yesterday at noon in 23' 'M' N.
150' W. .
Tho Morning Star sailed and '
steamed over 18,000 mile, and tho
heaviest day's run was 210 miles. i
During the entiio etuiso through- '
out tho islands tho steamer did not
touch a roof, and, with tho excep
tion of tho machinery breaking down
six or seven times, nothing unusual '
happoned to tho vessel. The break
ago in tho machinery caused some
delay, but nevertheless tho steamer
arrived in port noarly three months
ahead of time, as sho was given
twolvo months to complete the
cruise. The Morning btar touched
at no less than .'j.'l islands 15 in the
Marshalls, 11 in tho Gilberts and 7
in tho Caiolines touching at soino
twice and at Kusaio four times. The
weather throughout tho islands was
tho most tempestuous and squally
oncountoied for some time.
When tho missionary packet left,
the Ponapeans woro still at war with
the Spanish and several murders
had been committed. In ono in
stance three Spuuiaids deserted from
the Spanish settlement and went
over to the Ponapeans. They were
taken in by a native and allowed to
live with his family for two mouths.
One night the Spaniards foully
murdered tho whole native fuinily
with which thoy woie living and
escaped back to the Spanish settle
ment. Tho natives harbored levengo and
irritateil the Spaniards every chance
they got. One (lay after the iitio-I
cious masacio tluee Spaniards went
oor to tho I'oiiaputiu side to do i
some washing. While they were at
the riverside the natives swooped
down on them and cut them to
pieces. Thus three innocent men
suffered for the deseiteis' clime.
Tlio Spanish inuu-of-wai San Juan
was lying at Ponupe, and was dho
cinly waiship theie.
Tho Germans opposed the cruis
ing of the missionary packet Morn
ing Star through the Marshall Isl
ands. The natives in the Marshall
1 Islands woio very hostile to tho
I Prior lo tho steamer's at rival
J at Juluil the Geiniau warship
j Olga had just left. The native
i chiefs have sworn deadly enmity to
. the Germans.
At Kuk the natives weie lighting
among thonisohos and several en
' counters lesiiltiiig iu bloodshed had
J taken place.
I Among the passengers who caine
1 bv tho Morning htm aio the Misses
l-letcher, Little and Kinney, teach-
er.sof the I'oiiupeau .Mission. Captain
Mellauderate owner of the schooner
Charles Wilson, is also a passenger,
THE I11I8H DEFEATED.
Continuation of tho International
There was a largo atlondnuco at
tho Boretania atroot Armory on
Saturday evening to witness tho
continuation of tho lug of-war tour
nainont. Much excitement contorod
in tho initial pull, which was be
tween tho boys of Eiiu and tho
redoubtable Hawaiians. Tho Irish
picked from tho crow of tlio b. S.
Australia weighed 1111 pounds and
tho Hawaiis 11), n dilleiencoof only
IV) pounds in faor of the natives,
consequently the teams were pretty
evenly matched on that scoro. The
teams as thoy entered weie greeted
with cheers. Tho Irish wore a con
fident look and settled down among
tho cleats without much ceremony.
Tho Hawaiis took their places and
at 8:1-1 tho loforeo's pistol cracked.
The Irishmen woro caught on tho
jump and tho hemp traveled forth
with toward Hawaiian dominion.
Tho ribbon hung at the !3J feet
notch a second when it moved again
and within ( inches of tho six-loot
limit it stopped again, but tug as
as tho Irish would they could not
hold it thoro long, and the red knot
crossed tho limit. Timo, 21 minutes.
The cheering was deafening. Cap
tain Kola and his team gave three
cheers for lieland.
America and Germany onlored for
tho not pull. The teams were sub
stantially tho same us ad previous
matches. Tho Germans took' tho
end vacated by tho Irish, and tlio
Americans tlio Hawaii end. Ad 8:2(5
tho stait was made and at tho half
hour the ribbon hung 1J foot iu
I favor of tho Teutons. A minute
later the pistol cracked a victory for
Germany. 1 line, 5 minutes.
Japan' and Poitugal entered a few
minutes later for the next exhibition
of hugging the tope. Portugal
got down to work at the start, and
before tho little fellows knew it tho
ropo slipped through thoir hands.
Km if B f2 XI iHlw
oa IU i 1
Ph vi u
nsro'w oiFEHsr .a.t
Latest Novelties ! New Styles !
New Spring Flowers ! New Ribbons !
1ST S W nil .A. O EJ S !
Latest Novelties in Children's Hats I
AI0 A 1'INIO AShOIlTMKNT OF
m:v rnu'itr.i) mtslins, oisuandik's .v. ciiamiiuh'S,
Nl'.W I'ltKSCll ALL.WdOL UIAILLLS, dark ground olleets;
Will IT. V IMtlM'KU I.INI'.X .V HUSH LAWNS,
m:w i or ion ponji:i:s .t cotton okapks,
Time, 1 minute 11 seconds.
The Hawaiis and Portuguese
even for first place so far.
hskwv s'iw;wsi;isyr?i&vs; :
&Zrs. A. HI. Allen
20 Miles from a Doctor
But Hood's Sarsaparilla was
Equal to tho Emergoncy
Pleurisy, Clillls ana rcvcr illllc
Lcg 1'cvfect Cure.
"After my baby was born I roI Into very icil
oui uonillllon, li.ivincplcurls, i bills and fever,
gradually developing Into milk leg. AVu live 20
miles fiom a iibyskian and did not Know vvluit
to do. rin.illy nfeern ureal deal of miffcr
iuit I began to talto Hood's f, irsaimrilla and
when I was using the third bottle I could-soo
It Was Doing Mo Cood.
I continued vvithanotliei bottle, and recovered
so rapidly that now I nm iu good hrnllh. I
i .. n ,-.
cordially lecoininend It as a (.-nod medicine."
Mus. A. M, Am.I'.n, 1'crry, M'.ulilngton.
Hood's Pills cine all Mur Ills, lllllous
nesi, .I.uindlce, Iiidigeitlon, Sli k Headache.
vm:i:i: will hi: a ur.uuLAit
Mi-ituiK of Loiluo U- 1'roKres ill- l'
OuMiiie. A. V. , A. . VI., Til Ls (Monday)
i:Vi;.MN(l, at 7: HI oVloi-k. Muiiilicri ol
Hawaiian Lodge and Visiting lliotheis arc
cordially invited to lie presj-nr
at Tin: -
John Wieland Breweries Co., L'd.
Thu I'uiiist DiaiiKlit Iignr liuor in
Aiiiuilc.ii, liiewid aftur I hi ,St. Lou
to till' 1 .IIIIOUS
i-ihh and equal
Selected Hops and
Pure MaltJJsed Only 1
The HJLi; AdHN'l V is at tho
PA NT II EON
At uhii'li ilui'i
It will ho i-olil.
Ho conies to r-eeiiio the puicluiso of
a new boat, hin old one having boon
sold to a ueriiiau trading company,
Mm, (larlantl, wife of tho captain,
st lived at Kusaie, and did not accom
1 puny her husband. ,
The .schooner UiiMiu ISingham ar
rived at Uiitarilari in October IiibI,
but had not since been ho.ud of.
Mr. and Mis. Hugh Monisou and
Mis. and Miss Center of MaUavveli,
Kauai, are going on the giauil tour
of America and Kuiope. They weie
I given a farewell ball at Makiivvoli by
I tho buuholors of tho platitulioii,
ELECTION OF OKIICERS.
i TTHi: A.NNMTAI. MHirriNUOI-'TIir.
iV htoi-klioIdi'M of tin1 Inter-Island
hteaiu Nau-'iitliin l'u , (L'd), held this
day, tho following Ollleors anil Diit-i'tnri
woVoolu-tfil fui tint ousiihig iar:
W. II. llodfruv
.1. L. MnLeaii .
T. , llnliruii
. . Aildlmr.
iiiivnn oi nnii.i T0114;
!, II. (ludfruy, .1. Hihi, U. N. Wile.i.v
W. O. MiiIUi, I'. .. Huliuufur.
W II. Mi'LlIAN,
Hottri'tiiry I. I. S. N. t'u,
Hiinoliilii, II. 1., Mine.li '.'I, l!M.
Wo vviinl to ctill tlie altontion
of our patrons to it novelty which,
from the favor it 1ms been re
ceived with, wo believe has eoinc
lo slay and become uu indisiien
sible artiele of gout's furnishing.
A gluueo tit the cut above will
show at once the superiority of
goods made in this manner over
those heretofore in vogue.
Kl'IUVL.n's I'ATHXT lil.Ahl'H'
Sham Duaw kiss are provided
with an iniprovenienl consisting
of an Elastic Insihstion at the
inner and outer settins, whieli
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in fit. The drawers
cut in lieu re outlines and a fib
the wearer all tlie iidv.inl.nies o
knit goods, while ndainin the
superior comfort of woven fabric.
The 1'ati:nt Kl.vs'iic Si:m,
which contains, no isrr.r.i:i:, re
tains its springiness ami wears
longer than the other poition of
the garment. It makes the
drawers conform lo tlio position
of tlio weai or and avoids any
.strain, no matter what attitude
the body assumes.
It will also be found that these
Patlnt ElasticSlam Disawihss
are equally well adapted lo all
athletic positions and allow the
greatest freedom and ease of
motion. In the position as
sumed iu the cut, not tho least
tension is produced on the main
portion of the goods, while the
elastic seams allow the transfor
mation of the figure as seen in
the position, whieli would be im
possible in others without pro
ducing great strain on the goods
and friction upon (he perr-on.
Wo have now a complete stock
of these goods iu till ni.es, and
can recommend those made of
the material known as "Jka.n"
lo be the eoolc-st and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolen fabrics.
They say that there is "noth
ing new under the sun," but the
follow who sttid that was 'all
wrong, lie forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," f hey' re always mak
ing something new in that line.
wo have just
of, from tlie
niaiiufacturer.s. it consists of
(iiiuze, Halbriggan, or Silk Un
der Garments with WOOL skill
fully woven into tho breast and
back to protect the most vital
parts of the body from cold or
chill. To the many people who
cannot wear till wool goods on
account of the irritation some
times felt, these goods will be a
great boon, as, while they will
havo tho advantage of wearing
cotton fabric, the lungs and
back will havo a nice warm cov-
eriug of wool. Kioiii the many
sentiments of approval we have
1 heard regarding lhe.se goods we
I believe Ilium to bo a good thing
for our cliiua'e, ami havo placed
jour orders for a full stock,
i which will ho on sale iu about
i To any per-on desiring to see
tho .samples which we have we
will be plcaM'd to show I hem.
New White Goods, Dimities, Marseilles, Etc.
wi: havi: run vi:i:y latlst in
Laces, Embroideries & Trimmings!
ALSO A Nl'.W LOT OI" T1IK
Adeline Black Stockings
so are Alisolutoly l'li-l Color and will nut Clock they arc pronounced
will tell you
it is the
20 lbs. W
1 i, fsrtrrc&s2
rd ' SiSaf TStV A N
1 .ifiiiS f jslUS
A dainty new book,
bed authorities on baby
Sam pi, i: of
Store and get
to call at
mother who sends hc-r address
The Baby, by the
lift, free to evtrv
- IS A
ure Milk Food!
nl requires only the addi
tion of Water to pre
pare it for use.
THOMAS l.r.OUNO & COMPANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
Large Packages SO Cts
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - H'onolialia, H. I.
Pacific Hardware Co
Leather Belting & Lace Leather
oi-' vintv birrunQK quai.ii v. an invoioi; ok
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
ro coMi'i.irri: ouu lint, ok si.i:.
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
Tho latest yel,
C3-io.nt Nail Fullers, Xjo-riat Swivola,
Turnor's Snips ci.n.cl Shears,
.Awls arxcl Tools, 0-a.rdexi
CU n'Ma a month.
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
JB. IF EHLERS &c CDO.
S3 PORT STR.BJH1T. "
- AITIHl TVK1NO Sl'OiK ALL Kl)s OK
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At halt tho foi im r ciiit,
"Velvet &; Smyrna PtTjigs
III all nUt-n ,;iCilll IftlltCI'll
Woolen Goods in Plaiu, Striped & Piaids, Below Cost!
IW lii fm t w nili-r liiiiaui-i' llaiKfiiii- in nil l)oiurtnii'ni. -n
;?, DrofcHiiiakina Uuder i!io Maiin'joment ol MISS K. CLARK. JS3
i Daily Bulletin, 50c. per month