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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
PIIOM AND AFT13R OCTOBKH 1. 1MI.
A.M. P.M. P.M.
l.envo Honolulu. .0:16 8:16 1:15 l::nt
Arrive Honoul!uli.7:20 (l:.r7 2:S7 C:33t
LonvcUonoullull..7:30 10:43 3:13 6:l2t
Arrlvo Honolulu .8:35 11:55 1:65 0:50 1
'1'kahii Oiiy Local.
Leavo Honolulu 5:10$ ...
Arrlvo I'onrl City BUSS ..
Arrive Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
S Saturdays oxecptcd.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
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Tiniu WliiHtle blows at Hi iiii. .Us. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which 1 tliowiine us 12h. Uni.
Os. of Uieenuich time.
THE DAILY BOLLBTE
THURSDAY, MARCH DO, 1893.
Stmr Jnmus Mnkcu fiom ICmial
Stmr J A Cummins from Ivonlnu
Am bklnu IrniK.ird, Solimidt, dajs fiom
Xew castle, N S W
Am 1-iuastud m'U Alii'o Oonke, Penhal-
luw, days from Newcastle, N SV
Stmr Kuala fiom Wiiinmic
Schr llulenknlii fiuin Kauai
TnunsiiAA, Jlur. ;
Se.irles, l'iltz, for
Am soli Robert
Stmr .Ins Makce for Kapaa
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Per stmr James Makee 'J"00 hags sugar
and tf pkgs sundries.
The steamer W. G. Hall will ho due from
windward ports to-moriow afternouii.
The fine Hawaiian shin John Una loft
San Francisco on March 10 for Victoria to
load lumber for Australia. Tim i:uu will
load with coal ut Newcastle, N. S. V.
The steamer James Makeo arrived this
morning from Kapaa, Kauai, and reports
very rough weather. The steamer's fore
sail was torn so much that a new ono had
to be substituted. The steamer Waialeale
was ljmg at Hananuiulu taking in ugar.
Tho schooner Robert Scailes, Captain
Piltz, sailed at 11 o'clock this morning for
the Golden Gate with the following export:
13,139 bags sugar, W. G. Irw in A- Co. ; IV1
do., O. O. Rtrger; 78 osks speim oil (l'l.lUI
gals.), J. S. Reynolds; and 122 bills, molas
ses, .1. H. Rruns. Domestic value, $71,740.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
To-morrow is Good Friday.
Hot cross buns for Good Friday
nrn ndvorti-ed by tho Elito It-o
F. Horn, tho votornu fnncy baiter,
is to tho front ns ueunl with hot
cross buns for Good Friday.
Captain Fullor, harbor master, at
tended personally to tho mooring of
tho U. S. S. Rush yeslorday.
Miss Adeline E. Knapp has an in
terview with Quoon Dowager Ktipiu
lani iu tho Call of Maich lUtli.
Look in at Wicliiiitiu's window as
you jiass, ami see the Pacific Wheel
men's medals to bo raced for net
Tho Hawaiian Patriotic League
has called n mass meeting to behold
on i'nlnco Square at 7 o'clock this
Diamond Head, y p. tn. Weather
clear, wind fresh northeast. Schoon
ors Alice Cooke, llaleakala and
steamer Knala oir port.
Tho Hawaiis and Crescents play a
practice game at the League giounds
on Saturday afternoon at JJ o'clock.
No charge for admission.
Tho sorvices of t ho ocond congro
gation to-morrow, Good Fridiiy, will
bo: 9:15, morning prayer with ser
mon, (3:!30, oveiibong with sermon.
A natio was committed from Ki
naliulu, Maui, on a chargo of burg
lary. Ho was brought to town on
tho steamer Claudino on Sunday.
Tho r. G. band will give a moon
light concert at Makeo Island this
o oiling. 'J. hoy gao a short concort
at Thomas Square yesterday even
ing. Tho Japanese cruiser Naniva came
into poit ye-toulay morning, and
moored near tho lighthouse. She
was outside four days engaged in
Tho Hawaiian National Band eie
nnded Hon. James H. Blount, U. S.
Commissioner, at tho Hotel yester
day e oning. The grounds weie
ctouded with people.
The Kealia Mill, Kauai, will stis
1 end grinding two days Friday
and Saturday this week, in older
that tho machinery ma1 lecohe
Two deseiters fiom tho whaling
bail; James Arnold woie arrested by
the police a lew days ago and con
fined in the Station. One of tho
Miilurn is in oiv poor health.
The fnrnitino and ellects of old
Mechanic Engine Co. will bo soltl at
auction at tho hall to-moriow o cu
ing at 7:o0 o'clock. The members
aio tequested to bo piesent iu full
Wong Yuen Son was ordered to
giei?100 bond iu tho Distiict Court
jesterday. to keep the peace with
his wife ior one 3"oar. Mr. Son had
threatened to kill his wife, hence tho
A telephone message was received
this morning that a laro steamer
was sighted ten miles southwest. It
turned out to bo a faKo alarm. Tho
vessel was tho four-masted schoonor
Hearings at Ohambors -Suit on Bo
half of John McKoaguo's Chil
dren. Tho habeas corpus ease ot Geo
Titcomb, against his conviction and
eentenco on Kauai, was aigued and
submitted bofoio Judiro WliUiiiK
this morning. A. S. Haitwell for
petitioner; Attorney-General W. O.
Smith for the Government. (
Judge Whiting appointed C. W. i
Ashford ns administrator of the
estate of Wm. Henry Harper under
SICK) bond this morning.
C. Wilcox vs. Kenwoamahi, bill for
specthc pouoriuaneo, is Doing heard
before Judge Cooper. A. Hosa for
plaintiir; W. C. Achi for defendant.
mti.unr.x ok .tons .mukuvoui:.
Mary Kaloialii has sued out a bill
in equity against Morris S. Griu
bauiu and M. Louison, partners in
tho linn of M. S. Grinbatnn & Co.
Tho bill i.s to establish a trust cieat
ed by parol. Plaintiir acts for hor
solf and as not friend for Daisy,
Caroline and Robert McKcague.
Her petition sots fotth in eirect the
follow ing deolarat ions:
1. That tho minors are ehildion of
Mary Kaloialii and John McKcague,
who were divorced Januaiy 11, 181)1).
2. That in July, 1835. defendants
through S. Selig, their loprosontn
tio and agent, in their employ, pro
mised and agiccd to and with T. A.
Lloyd, who was then guaidian of
John McKcague, a poison of un
sound mind, that they would pay
Llojd tho sum of live thousand clof
lars (SoOOO) iu tiust for tho wife
(Mary Kaloialii) and tho children of
John McKcague, and in considera
tion thereof LI031I as such guaidian
would outer a suit to set aside and
annul a ceitain moitgngodeed made
by the said John McKeague to (Dr.)
Ale. Kennedy, dated September 21,
1881, to secure the repayment ol
forty thousand dollars (tfl 0,000) and
do certain olhoi acts wheiebv tho
Heoia plantation, the property then
THE ROBERT SEARLES.
Loaves lor Ban I'taucisco with a
Captain II. Tilt of the schooner
Robert Searles has had considoiable
trouble with sumo of his crow ever
since ho shipped them at Newcastle.
N. S. W. When tho schoonor arrived
heie a few weeks ago from Newcastle
the crew icfused to work, and native
laboiers had to be employed to dis
chaige the vessel.
The ringleader of tho revolt was
a man named Tom Ball, a tegular
tough, who slated that ho was a
pugilist by profession. Ball gave
some of (lie young men heie point
in the manly art and in a few days
left foi San FianeUeo. News was
teeeived by the last Austialia that
Hall had been "done up" by a light
weight iu one of tho athletic clubs
iu San Fiancisco.
When the schooner had taken iu a
full load of sugar and was leady to
1 sail Captain l'iltz found himself short
I of cievv. He then shipped a ciow
of Japano-o gieen hands, with the
exception of two white men one
tho mate, who also attends to the
donkey engine, and one a sailor.
Before the schooner left this
morning the mainsail got foul
of the .smoke stack of tho donkey
engine. For a tune it was believed
that the hail would catch fno. Cap
tain l'iltz rushed forward and with
tho asMhtauccof the Japanese sailors
got the sail clear. Tho .schooner
sailed out the harbor at 11 o'clock.
The Social Democrats of Germany
have decided not to observe May
day, giving as a leason the impover
ished condition of tho vvorkinginon
thioiighout the empire.
Socialists at RotibaK, France,
.stormed a hall in which a body of
Catholics was holding a private
meeting. The rioters forced their
way to the platform, whoio the
priests had raised au altai and
placed a ciuciti. They spat on tho
ciucilix, broke it into fragments and
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uiMuiyu iv iiiu ami uiiiitK.iKu iiwu, i (os-cd the pieces into the congiega
vvould on tho salo by forcclosuio, (olli w prints were attacked,
under decree of tho Siipiemo Cotut knocked down, can ied to the door.s
in the case of M. S. Guubaiiui & Co. ailj inoUn into the street. While
against the Hceia Planlat ton Com- , M)lm. f tho liotors drove out the
pany and other, loahzo moio than nu.Ut wolll,,n and children ootnpiis
the amount duo uiion a ceitain nioit- . ;,,Hii...iiiir,,.,r..1)imi.ntli(.rssin:islii.il
by the Heeia Sugai Com- tl fniiture in tho hall. Many pei
the defendants dated hnn uurn sitvnnilv iniureil liv l)e.in'
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3STO-W OPEN .A.T
N. S. SACHS
Latest Novelties ! New Styles !
New Spring Flowers !
New Ribbons I
in Children's Hats I
.'i riNi: AssoifiMi.NT or
Catholic Cathedral of Nonolulu Re
IIOLY OR MAUNDV THURSDAY.
To-night, 7 p. in., the passion
preached in Portuguese.
8 p. m., tho passion preached in
HOLY On GOOD FlilDAX.
To-morrow, March 31st, is Holy
or Good Friday, the day on which
our Lord died on tho cross for tho
redemption of nion.
9 a. m., religious service.
1::J0 p. in., the stations of tho cross
(5:30 p. in., the stations of tho cross
8 p. m., tho passion preached in
The next da', April 1st, is Holy
Saturday, tho day on which our
Saviour was bin ied.
7 a. m., religious sorvices high
mass preceded by the blessing of
the now fire and tho baptismal fonts.
Tho bells of tho chinch which
have not boon rung since theglonn
of Holy Thuisday mass, are rung
again to-day nt tho gloria of the
Next Sunday, April 2d, is Easter
Sunday, tho day on which our Lord
rose again from tho dead.
6 aud 7 a. in., low masses with
10 a. m., High pontifical mass.
8 p. in., Confiinintion, Rosary, and
Benediction of the M. B. Saciament.
Capt. J. S. Reynolds of the whal
ing bark James Arnold lying at the
Pacific Mail dock shipped 78 casks
of sperm oil, containing li),lG(J gal
lons, aud valued at 1-1,000, to San
Joseph B. Cook, tho defaulting
Police Couit dork of San Francisco,
who was hero some timo ago, was
locked up in the County Jail on
March 18th, on the four indictments
found against him by tho Grand
A photo of tho group of members
of Prof. Loheido's athletic school,
who will wrestle in tho coining
tournament for tho championship of
tho Hawaiian Islands, has boon
placed on exhibit ion in M. Mclner
ny's coiner window.
At tho icquest of the ladies who
have chaigo of it, in their name and
in tho name of many olhois, the fair
and luau advoitised to bo held at
Kalihi-kai on tho oth of April, is
postponed. The day when it is to
take place will bo advertised very
To Got at tho Facts
Regarding Hood'H Sarsaparilla, ask
tho people who take this medi
cine, or lead the testimonials often
published in this paper. They will
certainly convince 3011 that flood'h
Sarsaparilla possimses unequalled
merit, and that Hood's dues.
Persons whonio subject to attacks
of bilious colio can almost invariably
toll by their feelings, when to expect
an attack. If Chauiboilain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhiea Kemedy is
taken ns soon as the.so symptoms ap
pear, they can ward oil' the disease.
Such poihoiis should nlwayo keep
the Remedy at hand, icady for im
mediate use when needed. Two or
three doses of it at tho right time
will save them much millcring. For
sale by all dealms. Buiisou, Smith
S: Co., agents for the Hawaiian ltd-amis.
Tho women's branch of the
vvaiian Patiiotic League held
other meeting at Anon Hall
afternoon. Over five bundled
men attended tho meeting, which
was for the puiposo of considering
their finance.,, and the drafting of a
memorial to bo sent to the United
The Provisional Government
guards at tho barracks aio sporting
their now uniforms. Yesterday n
number of them started out to keep
up tho customary "wotting" opera
tion, and by evening tlioy wete
"wet" indeed. Two of them, a Ger
man mid a Poitiigue.so, owned tho
Hotel giounds for a while until a
cop laid his paws on thorn.
August Hi, 1S83.
3. That on or about Sept., 1S8J, a
suit was biought by T. A. Lloyd
against ivennciiy, and a docico was
made that said nioitgagc be et aside
1. That subsequent 1o said decioo
the Heeia plantation wat sold under
foiecloMiio as afniosaid to M. S.
Giinbaum and M. Louisson fm nm
bundled and Iwontv-liio thousand
5. That I hereafter M. Loui-on,
iu pursuance of piomiso as above,
agieed with Mai,) Kaloialii to pay
her for the use and heuclir of heiself
and children the sum of .i-25 a month,
tho same being out of the inteiest
of tho said .J.'itKK) as pioniised, and '
that tho said 55000 should lomaiu in '
tho hands of M. S. Giinbaum it Co. I
in tiust for the u-e and bonelit of I
the said Mary Kaloialii and her I
children until tho said ehildion '
should arrive at their legal majority,
and tho said Mary Kaloialii consent-
ing thoioto was thenceforwaid paid
tho said sum of 525 a month until
March, 181)0, when tho payment was
stopped, and tho said defendants j
have since refused and still refuse to 1
pay tho said .sum of .25 a mouth or
a 113' part thoieof, or the said sum of
55000 or an y pa it theicof.
Complainants submit that, having
regard to tho facts stated, and in
particular to the verbal agieoinent
l3' Selig and (ho conduct of Louis- j
-on, tho sum of 5'5(XX) was intended 1
as a trust tor the uso and honoht ol
tho said Mar3 Kaloialii and her ehil
dion by the said McKcague.
Wheieforo the complainants pray
that the honorable Couit declare
that the said sum of 55000 is and
was when tho agreement was made
a tiust lor the use and benefit of '
Mar3 Kaloialii and her children and
that tho defendants aio tnisteos for
the complainants ol said sum of
money and accrued inteiest.
Also, tho3- piny that the defend
ants do lender to tho Couit an ac
count of said trust fund, showing
what pa3 incuts have been made and
crediting complainants with interest
thereon at the legal late.
Also, that Mai3 Kaloialii bo ap
pointed guaidian and next fiiend of
said minors to prosecute their suit
A. Rosa and Charles Croighton
Judge Whiting has endorsed (he :
bill with the follow ing ordei: "L'pon
the showing made iu the foiegoiug ,
petition it is ordered that Maiy
Kaluialii bo and she is hcioby ap- 1
pointed guaidian aud next friend of '
said miuois and may In ing this
knocked down and tiamplcd upon.
Numerous aricstn have been made
and more aio expected to follow.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers !
Wo want lo cull the iillcutioii
of our put roils ton novelty which,
from the favor it lin boon re
ceived with, we believe has come
to stay and become an imlNpuii
bible article of gout's furnishing.
A glance at tho cut above will
show ut once the superiority o
jjoodb made in this nuuiiier over
those heretofore in vogue.
SfltlVCN'h L'atk.nt IOl.AS'l ic
Si:am I)uvi:t!:s mo provided
with an improvement consisting
of mi Elastic Tnsi:iition ut the
inner and outer scums, which
trivcs elasticity in movement
comfort in fit. The drawers au
cut in liguie outlines and jillbr!
the wearer all the advaiit.ivr
knit good, while Minning t lie
sitperiot com full of woven f.ihric.
The 1'ii:.t El vm'ic Si: m,
which com a ins no i:i'iiiti:i;, ic
taiiib it- springiness and wear-
New Spring Dress Materials!
m:v rinriM.P .mtsuns, ow.amii:s a riiAMiimcs,
M;V riM'.Nl II VI.I.-W001, t MAIM i:S, dark uruunil cilieti;
MI1TI:a l'UIMl.l) l.INT.N A HMSH LAWNS,
Ni: (UIION I'ONtiT.l.S .V COTTON' CUAIT.S,
New White Goods, Dimities, Marseilles, Etc.
wr, n.wi: 'iiu: vi:ky i..n:sr ix
Laces, Embroideries 8c TrimrairLgs !
also a ni:v i.oi up mi:
Adeline 1)lac:k Stockings
nn Ali-olilti-lv 1'iist Colur ami will nut Clock. they an- jirouoiiiH'ed
will tell you
it is the
Th6 combination of c.Ncpllont stomach
tonics In Hood's H.irsaparill.1 is such that,
with projicr attention to diet, indigestion
nnd even tln worst cases of dvinopua aro
cured by this liiodlclne. Head ihh:
"Having for scnei.il jons boon i;reitly
troubled with lmligustlnn, and lnvln cen
Hood'i Sarsap irllla advertised, I concluded to
givo It a trial. To my lnpplness r.nd !;reat s itls
faction I found it to 1m i!n' only remedy foi tilts
conipHlnt." Mas. N. 1'isur, CJ." Oe.irj Street,
S.m 1 r.miUco, i.d.
Hood's Pills net e islly. jd luoinptly aud
effloienlly, on tlio liver uad bimcU. i;r.c.
Three (ttiys is a veiy shoit time in
which to cure a bad case of rheu
matism; but it can bo done, if the
pioper tieatinent is adopted, as will
bo seen by the following from James
Lambert, of New Ibunswick, Ills:
"I was badly afflicted with rheuma
tism iu the hips and leg-, when I
bought a bottle of L'hainbuilainV
Pain lialiu. II cuied me in thiee
(bus. j am all uj'ht to da): and
would insist on every one who is
uOlictod with that teuiblo dii-ease to
lino (Jhamliei Iain's Pain Halm and got
well al once." 50 cent bottles for
i-alo by all dealeis, ISeusoii, Smith
Ai Uo agents f r tho Hawaiian Isl
The coinmirsion at St. I'elembiug ,
appointed to define the term ''tol'li
loiiid waloi,-," an used in the ISoting
ease, has decided that tho teim ap-
plies to all water.s within Unity
leagues of the coast line. Even at
St. I'eloisbiug thoio is lit t Ui opcet
ation that this decision will bo ac
cepted by any foioign powiir o,ci)pt,
peihapri, the United Status,
WELCOME TO MRS, DLOUNT. I
Tho Committco of tho Womon'a
Branch of tho Patriotic Eoaijuo
A committee consisting of .Mrs. (J.
O. Ui'iger, .Mis. A. A. llaalelea, .Mis.
.1. H. Wodohouse, Jr., .Mis. J. P. Ka
halewai, .Mis. J. Navvahi and .Mis.
.M, K. Keiiliukalolo vinited .Mis,
Ulotlllt, wife of the I'mled States
Coiuuiissionoi, at the Snow Collage,
Hawaiian Hotel, 3osUudnv tifter
noou. The committee icpicscutcd
thein-elvi's as having boon delegated
liy the women's hiiiiiuh of the Ha
waiian Patiiotic League to tender
the sociidv's aloha and to welcome
.Mr. and .Mis. lilmint to the llavvai-
i ian Islands. Tim coiiimiltee al-o
I stated to.Mis, liluuiil (hat Ihoy hail
jnunugod with the Hawaiian Xa
i tional Hand to.seienado them in tho
j Mis I'louiU was well plea-ed with
j tho comniitteo'h visit, ami staled
.that she would lilo vei) much in
deed to hear the national baud.
I ho vinit was iniei and thocoiii
inittee ictiieil loud iu thoii piaiso
of .Mm llli-imt, and her waim leeep
timi of them.
Later iu the evening .Mrs. II. It.
.Macfarlaiio pent .Mrs. IMounl the
liand's piogiain painted on a iii!k
Good Friday, March 31.
vi: wn.i. iiaki: a
run Tin: occasion.
Send Your Orders in Time.
I limine Co,
Wll.l. Ill AN' AI'CTIDN
if 1 iriilliiii lite., in .VUcliaiilc
No J Hull Kl-.MOUUOvV (I'll-
il.lV ) liVliMMI, "I Tl.HnrrliiuK. All liii.ni
linrsaii hmiiioIciI in iiiiciiiI.
1 im.iI uiti)i:i! or a)M.MiTn:i;.
NOTICE OK SALE.
rpiu: i''iii:it.si(ii,ii iii:iii:ioi'oiii;
.1 diiiui: liiiiun-s at lloiiiil.iiii, llaunli,
llllH l 111 s ilui mill lllr. Kill irO Bltll'k uf Ml'l-
i.'ll.nidl't' Ihii (-, l .illb (ill Is, Huildlllj,'J.
,111111 limit. Aii'eiuiti. nl uliatKiHivcr imiiliu
In K wonj i- I Iiiiiik, umi In iilone uillliu
rlul in itidliii'i oatntaiidMiit iiivwiintK.
(hlgUKdj CAM) MM:.
iWMw lly Meul. IUiik.
tho other poition ol
It makes the
diuwers conform lo tho position
of the weaier and avoids uin
strain, no matter what attitude
tiie body assumes.
It will also be found thai these
L'atk.nt Ei.vstic Ska.m Dn.vw i:iih
mo equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow the
greatest fieodom and easo of
motion. Jn tho position as
sumed in the cut, not tho least
tension in pioduced on the in. iiu
portion of the goods, while the
elastic scams allow the transfor
mation of tho ligttie as seen in
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lliv.' jnsiLiiiii, Willi 11 uuiuii in- im
possible in others without pro
ducing great strain on the goods
and friction upon the person.
Wo luivo now a complete stock
of these goods, in all sizes, and
can lecoinmond those made of
thu material known us",)i:an''
to be the coolest and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care lo wear woolen fabrics.
They suy that there is "noth
ing new under the sun," but the
fellow who .said Unit was all
wrong. He forgot "tient's Fur
nishings," lliey'ie always mak
ing .something new in that lino.
The latest yeT-ve have just
icceived samples of, from the
niitnufactuiers. It consists of
(juu.e, Balbi'iggan, or Silk Un
dor Garments with WOOL skill
fully woven into tho hi east and
buck to piotcct the most vital
pill t of the hodv fiom cold 01
chill. To the many people who
cannol wear all wool goods on
account of the irritation some
times felt, the.-e goods will be a
gnat boon, as, while I hey will
have the advantage of wearing
cotton fabric, the lungs and
1 ba6k will have a nice warm cov
1 oring of wool. K10111 tho iiianv
scnliiiieiils of uppioval we have
heaid legurding thoj-e goods we
believe I hem to bo a good thing
for our i-lima'u, and have placed
our oidur.s for a full stock,
which will he on ale in about
1 To any jiursoii desiring to see
thu samples which wo litis u w t
will ho pleased to show them.
1 on iu mzr
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