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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
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LOOAL AND GENEKAIi NEWS.
"Lnuding of Lono" (Capt. Cook)
at tlio Opura llouso.
Last nppunrnuco of Hawaii Pouoi
Dramatic Co, tins ovoning.
"Mr. YV. Horner has
oil boluiol niroiil for
"Lady of tho Twilight." Don't
miss seeing her at tlio Opura llouso
Tlio- only nrrosts made by tlio
police yesterday wero two Chinese
che fa fiends.
Diamoiul Head, l p. in. Weather,
cloudy; wind, fresh northeast; man-of-war
oH Kouo Head.
Tlio pupils of Prof. Max Loheido's
athletic school will give a spaning
tournament next mouth,
A comfortable cottage, well fur
nished, is wanted on tlio plains. Ad
dross ''R," Bulletin ollico.
Now Mmm im the ICtli at 4h. 30 mill. n. nr
Time Whistle blows nt Hi 28m. 31s. p.in. of
Honolulu time, which is tlio same as 12I1. Um.
Os. of Oicenwlcli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1893.
Thursday, April 13.
Craigie, from Victoria,
Stmr James Mnkco from Kauai
Sehr I.iliolilio, Berry, 10 days from
TnunsiiAV, April 13.
Am liktne Mary Winkelnian, NUsen, for
Stmr 1'ele for Mnkawcli
Slnir .1 A Cuniiniiis for Keolnu
Vossols Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr W (J Hall fur Maui nnd Hawaii at 10
Cargoos from Island Ports.
Stmr Jus Makee 2o."0 bags sugar and
From Kapaa, per stmr .Tas Makee, April
13 W J Lowrie i nd 3 deck.
Vessels in Port.
USB Boston, Wiltse, fiom Hilo
Am4-masted sehr Robert Lexers, flood
man, from San Francisco
Am bk faonoina. Anderson, from San Fran-
Am bktne Planter, Dow, from Sau Fran
cisco Haw bk Jlauna Ala, Smith, from Sau
Am fechr Olga, Ipsen, from Newcastle
Am Alice Cooko from Newcastle, N S W
Jlis bkt Morning Star from lliuronesia
Foreign Vessels -Expected.
HUMS Koyal Arthur from England
HUMS Tcmerahe fiom England
SSMaiipoau, Hay ward, from Pan Fran
cisco, duo May 4.
S S Monowai, Carey, from the Colonies,
due May 4.
S S Australia, Houdlettc, from San Fran
cisco, due April 10.
Am bktno S U Wilder. Grifllths, from San
Francise, due April 22.
Am sclir Aloha, Dabel, from San Francisco,
due April 3U.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco, due Apiil 27.
Am bktne V H Diniond, Nilson, from San
Francisco, due April 23.
Am 4-inabtcd sehr Lyman 1) Foster, Dryer,
from Ncwcastlc.'N 8 V
Am 4-masted sehr Puritan, Warner, from
Newcastle, N S V
Am 4-m King Cvrus, from Newcastle, N S
W, April 5-iO
Am 4-m bktno W 11 Hume, from New
castle, X S W. April 25-30
Br bk Qainsboiouch, from Newcastle, XS
Bk Lamorna, from Newcostle, N S W,
Bk Amy Turner, from Boston, due May
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S W
Ger bkt Amelia from l'ort Townsend
St. Clair, stowawny on tlio British
schooner Norma, was dibcliarged
from tho Police Station yesterday.
The Aloha Gallery has secured
some excellent pictures ot yueen
Liliuokalani at hor home, Wasliing-
Mr. Scott, a planter of Kona, Ha
waii, is in town. Ho says thoro will
bo a very largo crop of coffee in that
region tliis year.
Tlio annual meeting of tho Knpio
lani Park Association will bo held
to-morrow at 11 o'clock, at tho ollice
of W. G. Irwin & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Hill pro
thanked for a piece of their wedding
cako. Tho young couple had a
pleasant trip to tho volcano.
Mr. K. Callondor, B. A., lav reader
to tho Anglican church at Kohala,
will hold a children's service at tho
Y. M. C. A. 3:.'!0 p. m. Sunday.
L. J. Lovoy will hold his regular
cash sale at 10 o'clock to-morrow. A
vaiiot' of general nicrchaudibo is
listed in his notice of sale olsowhoro.
The steamer Polo look to-day
some of the lingo pipes which ar
rived by tho barkontinu Mary Win
kelniau last week for Makaweli,
Three out of tho 17 bandboys
poisoned by Barracks grub night be
fore last aie still on tlio sick lint, tlio
remaining 1-1 being lit as fiddles
Tho captains of the different base
ball teams will meet to-moirow at
noon Tor the purpose ol limiting a
schedule of gainen fur tho coming
Captain Schmidt of tho Inngard
expects to make tlio trip to San
Pianoirco inside of iilteen days; so
does Captain Nisson of tho Mary
Two Japanese were caught by tlio
police to-day. One deserted from
contract service wit h tho Heoia Sugar
Co., and tho other from Olowalu
A blue plaid child's coat was lost
on Wednesday aftei noon, either on
tho Waikiki road or on King street.
The lindor will please return it to
tho Bulletin ollico.
Tlio Washington Star favorably
notices Hawaiian collee. It also
mentions tlio feasibility of success
ful olive cultivation hoie. and speaks
of tho profusion and largo size of
Ilevorsal of n. Ducitsion by tho Advsr
tlsor Sundry Notoa.
Iulhocaso of Taluln L. Ilaysol
don vs. Wahincatta tho Advertiser
sustains tho decision appealed from,
thus reversing tho decision of tho
highest court in tlio commonwealth.
The Supremo Court as a matter of
fnet sustained tho exceptions to tho
ruling of tlio Court below nnd sot
aside tho verdict rendorod for tho
There was an error in tho type
writer copy of tho decision referred
to, occurring in tho syllabus publish
ed verbatim in this paper. Tho
second sentence should begin with
tho word "Defendant," which should
bo cut oir from the end of tho first
sentence, so as to read as follows:
"Defendant, tho purchaser of lot
No. 2, sold it P.) years ago," etc.
An instance of the depreciation of
profits in sugar planting tho past
oar is furnished in tho accounts of
tlio executors ol tlio estate oi .lamos
Woods. Tho receipts wore .?20,107.12
and expenditures S.'0,3(.)3.!K), show
ing a balauco due tho executors of
SU),2!)1.87, as compared with a de
ficiency of $0172.(52 in 18i)l. In 1891
tho receipts woro 38,331.17, or18,
227.05 mora than in 1802. This do-
crease the master, Mr. n: wunuon
berg, in his report saj-s is owing
mainly to a largo falling off in tho
profits of Beeeioft plantation, being
l,-00 agaiiibt 18,500 in 1891.
J. D. Paris has filed his accounts
as administrator of tho estate of tho
lato Kov. J.D. Paris. They show
receipts of S272.50 and expenditures
of 271.77, leaving a balance of 0.73.
Personal property is inventoried at
Nicholas Peterson has filed his
accounts as guardian of Mary G.
Apoe, giving receipts as 25 and ex
penses as 58.50, leaving a balance
duo guardian of 33.f0.
J. A. Magoon petitions tho Circuit
Court to havo a guardian appointed
for Rebecca Paneo Humeku. Peti
tioner alleges ho has been trustee
for tho woman for several years.
bho is now Zi years out and owns
considerable property, to wit: Gov
ernment bonds, -1500; bills receiv
able, sa', 1000, and lands worth
about 8000. The income from her
property would bo nearly sulliciont
to keep hor with economy, but sho
through excos.sivo chinking and idle
ness is wasting and lessening hor es
tate, thus exposing herself to want,
destitution and suffering. Kobocca
waives service and nominates Mr.
Magoon as her guardian.
EVENTFUL VOYAGE. '
Bchoonor LlholUto Roturn from Ly
san Island Much Battered.
Tho Hawaiian schoonor Liholiho,
Captain Borry, arrived at 1:15 this
afternoon, about 15) dais from Lysan
Island. After this rather lengthy
passage sho reports having mot with
two very serious mishaps. Tho
schoonor left Honolulu for Lysan
Islaud on Wednesday, March 8, nnd
four days Inter a heavy northeast
gust of wind snapped the foregaff.
It was fished with a spare timber
temporarily. Arrived at Lysan Island
on March 10, eight days' passage.
Landed passengers, including Gov.
Freeth. in safety. There was a heavy
swell breaking around tho islnnd
and three times tho schooner put
out to soa, to escape drifting on the
reef. Thoro was hardly any wind,
tho swoll being caused by tlio seas
breaking on tho shallow reefs.
Tho schoonor took in 100 tons of
guano lor iianamauiu plantation,
Kauai, Captain Borry having
been instructed to head for tho
Garden Islo with his cargo. On
March 25, about 10 o'clock in
the ovoning, a heavy northeast
iralo uamo on suddenly, and
tho hawser which hold the schoonor
to tho buoy was cut, as it was feared
that aii3' delay might cause tho ves
sel's destruction. Tho schooner sail
ed out to sea anil at 12 o'clock, two
hours aftor she loft, tho main boom
was snapped completely in two.
Thoro woro no spars strong enough
with which to niako a splice, so the
brakes for raisins tho anchor woro
broken off and used in fishing tho
boom. It took nearly a week to re
pair tho damage. Tho weather dur
ing tho remainder of the passage was
pleasant. As there was nothing by
which to raise tho anchors onco thoy
woro lot down, tho Liholiho headed
for this port.
A Japanese cook at tho islaud was
tho only passenger, with tho excep
tion of a seventy-pound turtle for
Dr. McKibbiu, a present from Gov.
Frcoth. Tho doctor's friends will
note tho fact, and look out for tho
Tho Liholiho will leave for Kauai
about tho beginning of next week.
And Catarrh In tho Hood
1 i " ""1 J mi ? Si' Wr
Sir. TP. I Tuclccr
" I fed that It Is Imposslblo for mo to ay too
much In favor of Hood's Sarsap.irllli. I was
a great sullcrer from Impure blood and Catarrh
In my head. Job's comfurtors foiled to comfort
me, and I suScrod fiom numerous boil
Agony Boyond Description.
'When I began to take Hood's Sarsaparllh I had
six ot them, only four of wlikh came to a head,
and since then, thanks to this Rood mcdlclno, I
have been frco from this great nflltcllou. I
fialnod 11 pounds in tliroo weeks. Tho Catarrh
n my head ulilch lias troubled mo for ears has
also boen cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla and I
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HOOD'S PlLLS cure all I.lver Ills, Bilious
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Arrival of the Hyacinth.
H. 15. M. S. Hyacinth, which has
been expected hero homo time, Capt.
Ttobett W. (Jraigie, arrived this
afternoon, 2l dajs from Victoria,
1-5. C. The llyacinth's tonnage is
1J20. and hor hoiupowor lllll). Sho
canics eight gnus.
Following is a lis-t of hor principal
Uaptam Jfobert v. Uraigio;
Stall" Surgeon Edwaid H. Wil
liams. l'a master William J. Kilroyf
Chief Engineer Alfred J. Nye.
Tho llyacinth's stay hero is in
detiuite so far as yet known.
The R. & 6. Nursing Corsets, The R. & G, Summer Corsets,
These nre Kxtrn long Wnlst niul Well Kitting.
Madm. Strong's Common Sense Corset Waists
Are Comfortable ami Very Light In Weight.
THE P. N. SHORT, RIDING CORSET
The Ferris Good Common Sense Waists
Kor Children, Host for Health, Comfort anil Wear.
Children's Corded Waists for 40 cts.
COMIC AND BKK OUK
Boat Club woro to
now boat 3Teitoulay
Tho Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch was
hauled on tho Marine Itailway this morn
tag. Tho steamer Jan Makee brought 'J.V0bugs
migar from Kauai for the schooner Alice
The steamer l'elo took 200 tons of coal
besides several pieces of pipe for tho Ma
kaweli plantation this afternoon.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Captain Goodman of tho schoonor
Robert Lowers has reported at tho
Station that John Sweeney, seaman
on tho schooner, has deserted.
Arthur Thomas, stowaway, was
shipped back on tliebarkeutine Inn
gard yesterday. To-day Goddaid
and Geo. Thompson woro sent back
on tho barkontino Mary Winkolman.
Those aro tho men who came by tho
S. S. Alameda as stowaways.
Tho moro (Jhainberlain's Cough
Remedy is used (ho better it is liltod,
Wo know of no olhor remedy that
alwnys gives satisfaction. It is good
when you first catch cold. It is
good when your cough is boat oil and
your lungs aro bore. It is good in
any kind of a cough. Wo have sold
twonty'llvo diuon of it and ovory
bottle has given satisfaction, Stud
mini & Friedman, druggists, Minne
sotn Lake. Minn, fit) cent bottles
for sale by all Junior. Uiiusou,
Smith A; Co., agents for thu Hawai
60 cent u month,
evening, but owing to a slim atten
dance of members tho event was
postponed. A .special meeting will
probably ho called.
Mr. Nathaniel has the BuLi.F.nx's
thanks for a lifelike photograph of
Commissioner Blount taken in front
of Snow cottage by Soverin & Bol
ster. Tho picture sells on bight
among tho Hawaiian populace.
Those intending to go to t ho fair
and luau at Kalihiki-kaiim Saturday
will seo a notice of special trains in
this issue. Thoy must particularly
remember that regular passenger
trains will not stop at the lair
J. Yarmouchi issued a warrant for
tho arrest of Ido, editor of tho Japa
nese Weekly, on a charge of libel in
tho lirst degree, by "maliciously
publishing an article on March ."10,"
detrimental to his character. C.
Croighton is counsel for tho com
plainant. Thoro aro no new developments
obtainable) from tho police authori
ties regarding eithor tho opium or
crown jewels robberies. Yesterday
it was said a clue to the opium thief
was getting hot. Detective Larson
is on the case.
Tho annuul meeting of tho Y. M.
O. A. will bo hold this ooniug at
7:1)0 o'clock, Iutoii'sling mpoits
will bo refill and ndJruvos made,
which will bo interspersed with some
musical selections. All friends of
tho association fire invited,
As the nativo performers have
gone to great pains and oxpeiieo to
produce their intoroniiiig historical
piny, the public should lespoud by
giving thein a crowded house to
night. Tlimo is promised a material
improvement over the initial per
formance. Tho Hawaii luioi Diamntie Co,
will give a .-I'i'Diiu picnchtulion ol
tho historical diania, "Tho Lady of
the Twilight," at the Opera House
this ovoning. As a s.Miopds of the
play lifts been printed people will
inoio readily understand tho events
as thoy tiro presented.
Tho lease for ten teai of ICspla
uade lots Non. 71 and 7'i, containing
an area of ll),(KM) sipiaie feet, was
sold fit auction in front of tho Gov
ernment Huihliiig iluidu. The
Inter-Ihliiud Sleain Navigation Co.,
previous holder of tho Iota, hoiijjlil
the lease at the upet pi ice of $100
Jack on His Muscle.
There was a free light among tho
sailors of tho barkontino Klikitat on
boiiid that vessel this morning. Tho
Klikitat is dischniging lumber at
the Fort street wharf, anil tho inon
woro engaged in lauding heavy tim
ber, when two disagieed as to who
hail tlio heavier burden. From this
a light started. Some of tho other
snilor jumped in, when thoy gotji
bill", and for a foi minutes it looked
as if tho services of tho National
Guard would bo required to quoll
tho disturbance. Matters quieted
down fitter a while and at 11 o'clock
tho men wero all in good spirits and
working away like boayors. Such is
Musicians Muko Morry.
A very onjo3ablo reunion of tho
woll-known Hawaiian Quintet Club
took place yesterday evouiug at the
residence of Cain D. Wiliokai, Rich
ards street. The event was a luau
given by that gentleman to his tune
ful comrades. A table was spread
covoied with dainty Hawaiian dishes
cooked in the native fashion, which
woro done justice to by all prooont.
Aftor tho repast vocal and instru
mental music was given by "tho
boys" in their own inimitable stylo,
and the loniaiuder of tho ovoning
was passed in fun and frolic. Tho
health of tho Queen was not forgot
ten, a song boiug sung in response.
Surveys All Complete for Laying a
Lieutenant Commander Tanner of
the U. S. S. Albatross has an exhaus
tive interview in tho Call, describing
tho various routes survoyed for a
telegraph cable botweeu tho Pacific
Coast and Hawaii. The following
is tho conclusion of the interview:
"Tho lengths of tho various routes
aro as follows:
"Tho Tuscarora's line from San
Francisco to Manna Loa Bay, near
the east end of Oaliu Island, is 201)3
nautical miles; tho Albatross' groat
circlo lino fiom Salinas Lauding,
Montoroy Bay, to Mauna Loa Bay is
2091 miles. The Albatross rhumb
line to and from tho same points is
2107 miles. Seven miles should bo
nddnd to thosu Huon if the tormiuu.s
bo made at Waikiki.
"Tho Thotis' lino from Foint Con
ception to Hilo is 20.")0 miles in
"The existence of a great central
plateau between tho ciiast of Cali
fornia and tho Hawaiian Islands
seems to havo beou established be
yond question. It is shown by tho
Tuscarora's lino from San Francisco
to Oahu and by both of tho Alba
"Enough has boon said to show
that careful surveys havo demon
strated tho practicabilit1 of estab
lishing tolegraphic communication
between tho United States and tho
"Thoro need bo no further anxiety
regarding tho unprecedented lougth
of lino since tho recent announce
ment of tho successful opening of
telegraphic communication between
Brazil and tho coast of Africa
through a cablo 2103 miles in length.
"Tho work of tho surveyor is fin
ished and tho completion of tole
graphic communication between
Sau Francisco and Honolulu now
rests with tho electrical engineer
and tho capitalist."
Beat's All Corset wliicli we are Selling at 50 Cents
A FINK ASSORTMENT UK
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles!
FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT
New-York Life Insurance Co.
JOHN A. McCALL, President.
STJl&liLJiJRir OP REPORT:
BUSINESS OF 1SD2.
Premium Income . . .
Interest, Rents, etc.
Endowments and Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurances,
Total to Policy-holders,
New Policies Issued 00,259
New Insurance "Written .$173,005,070.00
CONDITION JAN. 1, 1893.
Surplus . .
Mishap to tho Makee.
Tho steamer James Makoo arrived
this morning from Kapaa, Kauai,
which port sho loft at f o'clock yes
terday evening. The Makee was ox
pected yonloiday, but owing to
rough weather sho had to lay to fit
llannniaulu on Tuesday. On arrival
this morning a report was current
that tho machinery had suffered an
other breakdown. Chief Engineer
Murks wfis seen. Ho stated that one
of the bolts was carried away and
tho damage was only nominal, and
dill not delay her any. Tho Mnkeo
will probably leave again for Kapaa
Elder S. S. Boavor, of McAllister
villo, Juuiatta Co., Pa., says his wife
is subject to cramp in the stomach.
Last summer sho tried Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy for it, and was much pleas
ed with tho spoody relief it afford
ed. Sho has since used it whenever
necessary and found that it never
fails. For salo by all dealers. Bon
son, Smith Si Co., agents for tho
Tlio uiuli'r-igiii'il iiro ini.iruil to i;ivu in-li-iuliiiK
Tourists tlio mlvaiitngt! of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
IN CONNKOTION WITH THK STKA.M
KKS OK THK
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Or San Franolsoo
4 Percent Standard
of Policies in Force
of Insurance in Force
PROGRESS IN IS!)'.
in Henelits to Policy-holders
in Insurance Written
in Insurance in Force
$1 20,094, 250.S9
General AyeiU for the Hawaiian Julamln.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
HAVE .1UKT Ol'KNKI) OUT A OHOH'K DISPLAY OK
El to. HI to.
ON VK1)NESI)A.Y AI'IKUNOON, A
l!luo I'luid Child's Coat, either on the
Waikiki Uoail or on King Street. Tho
llnilur will nlcase return il to the IIiillktin
GENTLEMAN WAN IS
u KuriiiHln-il Kmini
with ii private family.
Amily to "X.," Hui.u.riN
AH Aboard for the Luau and Fair
I.Altai: ASSORTMENT OK
Etc. Etc. Etc.
My wife was coulined to her bed
for oer two months with n ery so
oio attack of I'liouinutisui. Wo
could get nothing that would all'ord
her any lebol, and as ft last resort
gave Clifimborlfiiu's 1'aiu Halm a
trial, To our giont surprise she be
gan to improw) .after tho first nppli
cation, and by using it regularly she
was soon able to gel up find attend
to house work. 10, 11. Johnson, of
C.I. Knutson Si Co., Kensington,
.Minn. Til) cent buttle for salo by
fill dealeis. Benson, Smith iV Co.,
imontn lor the Hawaiian Islands.
tieoige C'uiiimiiigri Hoss has hand
ed in a lettiir iu mply to the Advor
tisur'n attack on liiiu this morning,
which, owing lo its length and tho
InluiiOMi of tho hour rucoived, is de
ferred till iiun.1 issue.
r ill I E MAN AOEM ENT
X UiilhwiN htm iirruiiKuil for tlui uirom
of thu I'lilillc atteiullut;
Kair at Kalilil-I.al on
OK THE OAHU
SATURDAY, April 15th,
to havo Tiaiiis run EVEI1Y IIAI.K HOUIl
tnitwi'un the hour of II oVIouk ,, M. anil 7
oYlouk r. m., Trains leavini; thu Honolulu
depot KIYi: MINUThh AKTEU THE
IUMIH AND IIAI.K HoUll to allow of
I'an.-DiiHurn iiiakiui; foiiiieetlou uilh thu
TriunearN fiom Town and I'alaiua.
Regular Passenger Trains will uot stop at
ttie Fair Grounds)
Ht l'aniM'ii!(!rit iiiiixt Im careful to take
Uiu Hpeolul Train ruuulim to thu l.uuu mid
Kalr U.N'bY. 70U-'Jt
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of New Zealand.
ttr Further particulars may hu had
Win. t ii & co.
Illl'.O TO NOTIKY MY CUhTOMEHS
and thu public Kt'iierally, thai I o.m lie
I'OiiiMiuiiU'ateit with hy Mutual Telephone
Mr, H. I.ou will I'ontliiuii to rulln-t for
inc. .1. W. M DONALD,
Proprietor I'ily Should); Shop,
itti '2 Ktirt street aliovu Hotel lieot.
-Ti:miEltTIIEAtlENTS SOU OWN
i.i em ol tin llrltlidi M'himucr "Norinii"
will he nwpointlliln forauy di-liuumtraetcd
by niiiHiur or crow. (I il-'M
General Crockery and Glassware I
French Center Rugs,
French Sofa. Rugs,
French Door K,vigs,
French Stair Carpets In Latest Designs, French Iron Beds, Double and Single; Baby Cots
CHINESE M-A-TTrN-Q- -
Sets of Telescopic Card and Fancy Tea Tables ! y
Basket Trunks, Steamer Trunks, Wooden TrunkB.
-- TO CI.EAU OPT ai.NSIONMENT
American & English Bicycles
fxeotiOd at the
neatly and promptly
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AKTEU TAICINO STOl'K. AM. KINDS Ol-
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
I At bulf the former cost.
"Velvet c& Sm.yme. Rugs
In all nixes greatly reduced
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost 1
I V" In (net wo oiler lmnieuu Haralim iu all Departments. '
W DresuaakluQ Under the Hatuuemeut ol MI88 K. CLARK. jtX