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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KltOM AND AFTER JUNE 1. 1SU3.
LOOATi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Crickob match llita nflurnoon.
A ono-soatetl phaeton is wanted.
Tlio 1'. G. band will piny as usual
at ISinmn Square this afternoon.
OPIUM HAUL LAST NIGHT.
L. J. Lovoy
al noon on
To Ewa Milk
Lcnvo I'carlClty :;
Arrive Bwa Mill 0:.
Leave Pearl City..
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
BY C. J. LYONS.
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u :m 1 1 IS A 4-2
Full moon on thu 2lith, a1 lOh. Hill. p.m.
Time Whistle blown at 111. 2am. Mi. 11.111. of
Honolulu time, which Is tho samu aa lili. um.
On. or UiccnvUcli time.
THE DAILY BOLLBTIN.
FRIDAY, AUG. 25, 1893.
8TUnDW, Aug. 20.
Stmr O 11 Bishop from Waialua, Waianao
Stmr Mokolii from Molokai
Btmr Pele from Makawcli
Btnir Hawaii from Hamakua
Fill day, Aug. 25.
Br bk Ladstock, Heal, for Victoria, B O
Saturday, Aug. 20.
An tern Halcyon, for Euicka
Veasela Leaving Monday.
Btnir Waialeale for Lahaina and Hamakua
Btnn Mokolii for Molokai
Btmr Kaala for Waianae and Waialua
Btnir Pele for Makaut.i at 3 p m
Btmr Hawaii for Hamakua at 4 p 111
Olovor Sotzuro by Captain Parkor of
Humors that there was a move
ment in opium reached tho ears of
Polico Captain Parker at half-pasb
throe yesterday afternoon. Tho
shape of tho information was that
t some opium had been lauded from
was fined ,?6 in tho District tho bark S.C.Allen, while she lav
Court this morning for being under , on the Marino Railway, stored tem-
tho weather. j porarily in a house on Punchbowl
, .. 7: r. r. T , ! street, and thonco removed to tho
A meeting of the Hnwniinn Jockey jowolr' gtoro or Yuon Pat chung in
Club is ealh-d for 7:10 Monday even- JAswai;.9 blodt on Nuuonu street,
ing at tho Pacihc Club. Hm,k Tng.)0Rtor Sam Maoy was
Tho Unknowns and Myrtles play Captain r Parker's immediate linform-
a bnsoball gnmo at tho Loaauo n'u- "o iiiuicaioa wio iiuai resting
I pinco 01 uio stun, nnu suggested 10
l tho captain tho iruttitic of a search
Tho U. S. flagship band gave a warrant. "Go ahead," was Parker's
sententious endorsement of the sug
gestion, whoroupon Macy hurried off
to get tho document.
Captain Parkor thou wont to
Yuon Fat Chung's place, and said to
him, "You had hotter got that opium
out of tho way, for thoro will bo a
search warrant for you inside an
hour." Chung responded, "All
right." Then Parkor asked, "Where
is tho opium?" Thoguiloless Celest
ial, pointing with his finger, said,
"In that box." Parkor asked, "How
much?" The Chinaman answered,
Tho box was locked, and tho
Chinaman said a whito man had tho
koy. It was removed to the Station
along with Yuen Fat Chung. On
being opened tho box was found to
contain 170 tins.
Aswau the landlord was also taken
to tho station, but released on bail.
Thoro is no evidence, it is said, to
implicato him in tho doal. Mrs.
Lydia Chapman, at whose house on
Punchbowl street tho opium rested,
was likewise arrested and liberated.
She was absent at Koolau when tho
stuff was placed on her premises.
Mr. A. S. Cleghoru denies tho state
ment made by tho Advertiser that
Mrs. Chapman "was employed in
tho custom houso as a female search
er during the Cleghorn regime."
grounds this aftornoon.
serenade to Admiral Skorrett at the
Holol yesterday evening.
Mr. C. W. Mncfarlauo offers for
salo a family driving mnro, also a
thoroughbred Jorsoy bull.
"Cauada comes next to Nevada out
of tho financial crash. Only 0110
bank failed at Winnipeg.
Tho polico under Captain Robert
Parker had an interesting drill on
Palaco Squaro this morning.
The visible circulation is increased
by Dominion of Cauada notes siuco
tho now stoamor lino started.
Mr. W. R. Nichols of New York
arrived by the Miowora on a visit to
his cousin, Mrs. G. E. Boardmau.
Yuon Sun was found guilty of
opium smoking in the District Court
this morning aud sentenced to pay n
fino of $50.
Tickets for tho Scottish Thistle
Club's concert on Monday evening
may bo obtained from T. Lindsay,
WORK OF THE DREDGE.
Moro Doep Water Anchorage in tho
Tho drodgo suspended operations
to-day, for moro piping to bo lnid to
tho discharging ground in rear of
tho Oahu Railway shed. Superin
tendent Smith stated to a Bulletin
reporter that thoro was a depth of
twonty-four feet whore they had
been digging, There nro inino places
in tho same vicinity only fifteen feet
doop. They will dredge to a depth
of twonty-four foot, so as to afford
anchorage for tleop-wator vessels.
Everything on tho dredge is work
ing satisfactorily, and if tho funds
hold out all tho lumps and shoals in
sido the harbor will bo cleared.
Many curious things have been suck
ed up from tho bottom by tho
drodgo, among them being a number
of auciont coins.
X Ullie Agony
Thooo who Cuffof from
Hood's Scircapartlla Purtfict,
Soothes, Heals, CU11ES.
The Hawaiian Quintet Club will
combine with tho National Baud at
tho concert to be givon at Sans Souci
Tho Bulletin is indebted to Sir
Robert Herron of Kingstown, Ire
loud, for Dublin papers exactly three
weeks on the way.
Messrs. T. B. Walker and A. Sin-1
clair received tho congratulations of
their friends largely increased siuco
their acquittal around town to-day.
Instead of tho steamer Culara
advertised, tho 2003-ton Aikoku
maru will come here from Japan,
arriving Sept. G and sailing to return
on tho 13th.
Dr. M. Goto has opened au office
on Maunakoa street, opposite China
Engine Co.'.s building, whore ho may
bo consulted from 1 to 5 p. m. See
Tho second gamo in tho Amateur
Loaguo Baseball sories of games
will bo played this afternoon be
twoon tho Myrtles aud Unknowns.
Following is tho makeup of tho
MYHTLK. POSITION. UNKNOWN.
Ed. McCorrlston ...c Chns. Aiwolii
H. 8. Crano p O. Wood
Bilus Carter lb
P. M. Rowland. .. 2 b. .
David Manner . ,,,'i b
Kaluni Peter . s. .
H. Vicrro r. f..
Qeo. Malina c. f .
Jus. Kulolio 1. f ..
Jas. Stuphens Mib
John Kuawo tub . ,
. . (J. Clark
. D. Dunc.m
Mr. T. V. Johnson
Hm ,1ch Cat.
NEW MINSTREL TROUPE.
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Btnir Bibliop 2012 bags paddy and 12 pkg?
Stmr Waialeale 707 baga sugar, 40 bbls
Stmr Kaala 1954, bags sugar, 93 bigb rice.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am bk Martba Davis from Boston, due
Am bgt Consuelo, from San Tiancisco for
Kahului, Aug 5
Bktne Klikitat, from Pugel Sound, due
Qer bk J C l'lluger, from Bremen, due Oct
Qer bk Paul Isenbcrg from Lirerpool, due
Am ship Topgallant from Port Blakely
Am bk Amelia, from Pugel Sound, Aug 30
Vessels in Port.
TJ S S Boston, Day, from u cruise
USB Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
Am bk Elizabeth Graham, Anderson, from
Newcastle, N B W
Am bktne B N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Aru bgtne W G Irwin, Williams, from San
Am bk Albert, Grifliths, from San Fran
cisco Am bk Alex McNeil, Sormnn, from San
Br bk Parthenope, Heal, from Newcastle,
Br schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yoko
hama Ger bk G W Wilcox, Walters, from Liver
pool Am bk 8 C Allen from San Francisco
Br bk Velocity from Hongkong
From Kauai, per stmr C It Bishop, Aug
20 Misses Daj ton 12), T K Dayton, and 7
From Hamakua, per stmr Waialeale,
Aug 25 Thos Hobrou and daughter, and
For Sydney, per S S Miowera, Aug 25
Capt A ui Hmith, and 27 passengers in
For Auckland and Sydney, per KMBB
Monowal. Aug 2 j J l Tucker, Peter Ben
and ion, E Ellis, wife and child, J George,
E B Wolslonlioe, Miss Hogg, Miss U
Hogg, and 97 through passengers.
There was a moonlight oxcursion
in the bay yesterday evening, Tho
party started from the Myrtle Boat
club-house. A number of musicians
The five-mile foot race between J.
J. Barry, of tho U. S. S. Boston, aud
Autono Kaoo, tho "Waialua canary
bird," will take place two weeks
from to-day. Tho 11101103- will be
put up on Monday.
A special dinner wilt bo served at
Sans Souci this evening. Busses will
connect with tho street cars at 25
cents for the round trip. The con
cert by the Hawaiian National Band
will begin at 7 o'clock.
Nteht hawks aud Pinkortons are
pretty numerous these nights. O110
of these "Jimmy Freshes" was parad
ing on Kingstieol near Alapai street
last night disguised as a woman.
His "brogans" gave him away.
Through the outoi prise of tho Ko
alokehe Coffee Co., Honolulu people
cau procure fresh colleo roasted,
ground and packed at the Kona
plantations. The depot is with the
Pacific Coast Homo Supply Co. on
This week thoHawaiiau Hardwaro
Co. dilates 011 tho utility aud cheap
ness of various articles, they have for
salo. The attention of frugal house
wives is especially directed to the
Now York Favorite Sewing Machine,
which for quality aud lowuess in
price can't be beat.
Rooms to let with board a llani
Large Aggregation of Local Talent
Soon to Appear.
Mr. W. B. Ash is tho projector of
a now minstrel company, which if
successful will put in the shade any
eutortaiumont of the kind over given
hero. Ho has secured tho co-operation
and assistance of such men as
Messrs. James Wilder, comedian,
Goo. L. Ritman, tho famous banjo
pin or and soloist, A. E. Murphy, W.
H. Charlock, W. J. Cuelho, besidos
nine other", including tho Quintet
Club. A rehearsal will be had in a
few days, and the entertainment will
bo looked forward to with pleasur
able expectancy. It is a long time
since Honolulu has boon favored
with a good minstrel show, and a
great crowd should greet the new
minstrel company's appearance.
H. N. B. Concert at Sans Souci.
Tho Hawaiian National Band, J.
Libornio, leader, will play at Sans
Souci, this Saturday evening, at 7
o'clock. Following is tho program:
March Higli School Cadets Souza
Uverture Willi.im Tell Kossini
Polka The Twin Brothers (.Two Cor
net bolos) Hoyrelles
Selection N'orma Belliui
Three Hawaiian Songs.
Air The Pirate Bellini
W.iltz Subrelas Olas (Over the Waves)
Mazurka Hawaiian National Bund...
Galop Akrobaten Zikolt
Circulars have been received illus
trating the summer resorts of Maca
tawa Park and Ottawa Beach on
Lako Michigan. One refers to an
"Illustrated Lecture on tho Paradise
of tho Pacific" by Prof. Martin L.
Williston of Chicago. This is to
be dolivered as part of an eight
days' program of tho Macatawa
Park Assembly, of which our old
friend, Rev. W. D. Westervelt, for
some years a resident of these islands,
Tho success of Mrs. Annio M. 1
Beam, of McKeosport, Pennsylvania, '
in the treatment of diarrhoea in her ,
children will undoubtedly bo of in-1
terest to many mothers. She says:
"I spent several weeks in Jonstowu, '
Pa., after tho great flood, on account
of my husbaud being employed ,
there. We had several children with J
us, two of whom took tho diarrhoea !
very badly. I got some of Chambeti
laiu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy from Rev. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of them. 1 knew of
several other cases where it was
equally successful. I think it can
not bo excelled and cheerfully re
commend it." 25 and 50 cent bot
tles for salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for I ho Hawai
Roasted, Ground and Padt'd In Kona
KEALEKEBE COFFEE GO.
TO DE HAD AT THE-
Pacific Coast Home Supply Ass'n
After 5th of September
" I have for miny yen sheen a great sufferer
fromSCUOFUl.Abrcal.liig out on my armi
ami legs; thoyucie covered uilli emotion ami
sores, illc!iar;lns nil l!io time. Itrlcivcrj
many medicines and consulted physicians far
aud near, but cotmtautly ri-oit none. I
liavo taken but tlirco bottles ot Hood's Sarsapa-
' g Barsv
rllla for rheumatism, as I liai derived so much
benefit from It tint slio declares tlicio to no
other mcillclno ci earth. Wo r.ould not bo
v.ltliout I tt'i tho houso Kit costs C2D a bottio."
T. VAr.LEV JounsoS, Sau Jose, Cat.
N. T). nosiuetorjct llool's Ranapnrlll".
Hoocl'o Plll3ul c.ully, jot promptly aud
cdUcully, on the Utcraud bowels. 25c
HOBUON, NEWMAN .V CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
For This Week Only !
QSO IPort Streot, Honolulu.
SIX SPECIAL BARGAINS !
Fine "White Table Linen, 01 inches wide at
(50 Centw per Yard
Extra Fine Blenched Table Linen, (51 inches wide at
00 Cents per Yard
Unbleached Damask Table Lin mi, 51 inches wide at
-10 Cents per Yard
Unbleached Damask Table Linen, fine quality at. .
50 Cents per Yard
Unbleached Damask Table Linen, extra quality, OS
inches wide at GO Cents per Yard
Red Damask Table Linen at GO Cents per Yard
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable.
fcThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
ETO., ETC, E3TO.,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
Root Boor on
Smith & Co.V.
draught at Bonsoii,
For Now Silks aud Infants'
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
Aftor shaving nso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. HetiMiu, Smith A: Co., Agnuls.
Sunburn rolioved at oueo by Cu
cumbttr Tonic. Uonson, Smil h A, Co.,
Dr. R. 1. Moore, dontisl, lias re
moved his olliuo to Arlington IIoush,
Hotol streot Parlor No. 2.
Mr. Thomas Batto, editor of the
Graphic, Toxarkaua, Arkansas, has
found what he believes to be tho
best remedy in existence for the flux.
His experience is well worth romoin
boring. He says: "Last summer I
had a very severe attack of flux. 1
tried almost every known reraody,
none giving relief. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dy was recommended to me. I pur
chased a bottle and received almost
immediate relief. I continued to
use the medicine and was entirely
cured. I take pleasure in recom
mending this romedy to any person
suileriug with such a disease, as in
my opinion it is the best rnodiciuo
in existence." 25 and CO cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smit h Si Co., agents for t ho Hawai
Kealekehe CofFe9 Co.
W. MUhhElt, Manager.
3DIL. "LL. GOTO,
Physician : and : Surgeon
Boll Telephone 1SS.
Office: Maunakeu street, front of No. 6
Engine (.'o.'a liuilding.
make from an artificially pro
duced GUM almost us elastic as
INDIA RUBBER, which, when
reduced by certain volatile sol
vents to the consistency of an
oil, can bo mixed with all pig
ments, and used in the same
manner as linseed oil.
It resists water, acids, alkalies,
heat and cold and atmospheric
influences. It lasts longer, gives
u richer gloss, covers better and
makes pigments more brilliant
than the purest and best linseed
It possesses the remarkable
property of "covering" with
much less pigment tliau any
other oil. It also mixes in larger
proportions with varnishes and
improves their working, lasting
and wearing properties.
:mi. 3. xevy
tern Hdlevoit sailed about noon to
day for Eureka hi ballast to load lumber
for this port.
Tho people on the island steamers whieh
arrived jcstrnhiy evening and to-day, le
porc ''no news." Tlml is nuus indued.
In the vicinity of the Eon street wharf
there are boiue very ragKCd (lags flying,
hich ought to he taken in or substituted.
The coal idles along the city front are
materially (liiiilulshing in size and should
no coal-laden vessels urrive shortly, there
will be a Hcaiulty of thut supply.
BKYANT-anUi:.Vm.T. At Christ
Church, South Kona, Hawaii, August
21, 1891. by the Uov. 8. H. DuvK -Mr.
Howard liryatit, of Haw I, North Komi,
to Miss hilly Urcenwell, second daugh
ter of Mrs, II. K. Urcenwell, of Suuth
Tho Stamp Trade.
There is a commotion in philatelic
circles over an alleged drop in stumps
this week, One of the largest deal
ere, however, assorts that tho drop is
factitious, being only tho result of n
dosporato attempt to bear tho mar
ket. The emtio informant would liku
to have tho publio cautioned ugnint!
buying incomplete sots of "I'm v.
Gov." btumpii at tho price of com
plete) ones, Thoro should bo twenty
o(io (21) atatopi ia a ut.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
ronunnd liisoihVo from King street
to Beretania street, near Emma.
Mr. V. JI. Benson, piano tuner,
has just returned from Maui, and,
as ho will go to Hawaii noit mouth,
orders should be t-ont him early.
Two Miles of Steel Piping.
Tho Risdon Iron Works hns a eon
tract to lay two miles of 11-inch
steel piping, il-10 inch thick, to re
place tho old Waiheo flume, nt
SpreckeUville plantation. This is
part of tho business that has brought
Mr. John Dvor, formerly roMdeut
agent of tho Ristlon Iron Works, to
the islands now. Skilled labor from
tho works will lay tho pipe, using
poi table furnaces for tho riveting.
ii iw - ii !
Tho P. G, band will give n pub
lie concert at Kminn Sqnaie this
aftornoon nt 4:30 o'clock. The fol
lowing program will w roixioreu:
March-Semper riitoh . Fouza
iivcriuio-Oulif of lluiiihid. HniWilh'u
Kiiinte lltlU.iiiu Donhetil
relcoilnii I'lriitm ol l'uiuuncu biiillvun
Oavutte Little Manniis . Deniaiipioj
Wulti 1'be Bultiiim ,,Uiu,Mlul
1,1. PEIlbONS HAVING CLAIMS
auainst Kobcrt William Holt ner-
hoii'illy arc requested to present the same
without delav at the Ollict of
nitUCE it A. J. CAKTWRIGHT.
Honolulu. Aug. 'lb, lfe'Jl. 8Ki-tf
1 Mare, sound, kind
and gentle; will drive
slncle or double. Also
t Thorouclihrfil Jersev r-
iluli. 'i. years old. lnqulro of
0. W. MACEAHI.ANE,
81 1-lw at MaUurliinu tt Co., LM.
NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN.
-LA wise treipassiiig on thu
Made and Wuhiawa, District of Walulua,
and the hands of Hoaeae, Waimano, Mu-
. nana, Wuiawu and Walau, District ol hwu,
I-dand of Onhu, is forbidden, Anyone
disregarding this notice will be prosecuted.
8IH-3t M. 1'. HOIUNSON.
BY TWO YOUNG MEN,
u Furnished Cot'uge
TVUKINO MY TEMPORARY
xJ sence from the countrv. Mr. Clarence
M. White will act for me in all matters in
connection with Maefarlaue itCi, (I.'d).
E. C. MACEAKJ.ANE.
Honolulu, Aug. -a, 18i)J. SU-'U
AT A MEETING OK THE DIItEOTOKB
of the Hawaiian Buuab Co. held Aug.
lbth. a Dividend of 'IM Percent was de
clared on the Capital block of the Com
pany, payable at tho Otlleo of the Agents, ,
Wni. G. Irwin A, Co., (ld.), on and alter .
Sept. 1, 1MU.
VM. O. IRWIN, I
Treasurer H. S. Co. j
Honolulu, Aug. IK. INM. M17-UI
A hi. PEH80NS HAVING CLAIMS .
.rx agaltiot A. A. Silva, storekeeper,
ICinau street, Honolulu, aro horeby null- 1
tied to present tne tamo to ino uiiitur
signed within JO iliiji or they will bo for
ever burred; and till per"ons Indebted to
said A. A, riilva limit muke immediate
payment to M. R. dc S.i ut said hllru's
sloru on ICinuu street, or lo tho under
signed. M. A. OO.NflAI.VES,
Honolulu, Aug. 21, lb!'3. 6 1 2.1 w
FINE (1EIS.MAN Sl'EAMEU
the Manager of Paauhau Plaotatlou
Co., Hamakua, Hawaii.
Wm. LtTiH Oliver, EnQ Manager Ameri
can Lucol Co., Hun KraiK-ir.cn.
A year ago I used some of tho oil munu
fiiuured by our Company to paint one of
our Plantation buildings, ut thu same time
painting adjoining buildings with paints
mixed with American una English Lin
seed Oils. The p.ilnt was mixed and up
plied by a competent workman.
'1 he building painted with Lucol Oil re
tains its original iiptiLaranco, while those
on which LiiiH-cd Oil was used faded sonic
time ago, the paint becoming chalky. As
this Plantation Is on the weather fide of
the Island, ami the climate exceptionally
trying on Paint, I consider the above to bu
in thorough ute.it as any to which jour
Oil can possible bo subjected, its tmpurior
ity being so apparent. 1 take pleasure in
recommending the Lucol Oil to all UMirs of
Yours verv Respectfully,
A. MOORE, -Manager.
September . lb'rJ.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery i Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OP
is.j51:i i tfi- 4-Til
,' -'... Kin ii', UMCia9(zu
g Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND Olt DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDVYAY & POKTER,
Roblnsou Blook, Hotel Street, oppo. Bothol Street.
VICTUAL TELEPHONE 015.
AT THE PAMOIS SI'ORE OP -
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
at reasonable terms.
Uui.lA tin Ollice.
l1 Middle Room
DUE HERE SHORTLY
ut No. i
nltdu'd Rooms to let, ut
thu corner ul AhtKia and
Mtrchiiut fatrei-t. by the
Duv. vtul: or Month.
Uw-'iW JXB B. N1BL8KN,
Will i Derpalchrd for the above Pun on
Sept. S, 1893,
1 P.ir fiirlher imrilculurs reeaullnir
Puug and Krolght, apply to
K. OO-URA & CO.,
7CMJ Hulxl Hi,, Roblutuu UlocU.
It can be proved
Ol' any paper
For Local News
Take the .
IB. IB EHLS
503 Se B 1 1 JEPOKT
Oa,xrto:n. "VSTasla Falorios !
A handsome Cotton 1 iibilc. New bljlis tlib i-caou, the cllects are Iuc-kIuiIIcs of China
bilks, to sec them iii'-mi-. to uppieeiati them
Silk finish just out, real l'rench di igu- in the llncsi and the etae of the beacon
Oaslarxiero Sialolimes SO Oents Yard I
One of the handsomest Wash Maau.iln this m-usou enllrol) new aud
for the price has no oiual
Wliite Lawns and DimitsT- I
lu Plain, btrlptd and becked in gni.it varlct),
tST DreKginalclUfl Under tho Hauagemont ol MRS. RENNF.lt. j3
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1832, : : 842,432,174.00
The lkxily UulUtin it dtllvead hy
oarrixrt for 60 otnlt r month, I TWin
Hrv rUL on all kui.L of Ituuraiue Propcrtv Ukcu ut Current Klk b
1riii for th lUwtlUu UUntl.