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OAHD RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KltOM AND AFTER JUNK 1. 18t3.
To Kwa Mill.
Leave Honolulu 8:45
Lea vo Pearl City H:SO
Arrive Ewa Mill 9:57
Leave Ewa Mill....
Lenve Pearl City...
RETIRING CHINESE MINISTER.
Rocoptlon Will Bo Givon
Whon. Ho Arrives.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWp.
Two foreign jurios aro again at
Tho Post-oflico boxos aro to bo
scrnpod aud cloauod.
Dinuioud Head, 8 p. in. Woathor,
cloarj wind, light northeast.
A wholo raft of Chinoso criminal
cases woro variously disposed of in
tno uirctut L-'ourt to-day.
Ah Chong, for keeping a disorder
ly houso, was lined $100 by Judge
Kobortsoa to-day. Chong noted an
Captain Good's company had
skirmish drill in tho front of tho
Executive, buildiiig irrouuds this ,i,:i. ,! i,ia .ni i, !;'
I ""-" . W"i. ""
will uo given at tno Uuinoso club
Tho retiring Chinoso Minister to
Washington, Loo Kok Young, is ox-
Eoctod to be on tho S. S. China duo
ore on September 19 from Sau
Francisco on his way homo to China.
Ho will bo accompaniod by a rotinuo
of about twenty-fivo sorvants. A
number of tho Chinese merchants in
Honolulu intend to givo tho retiring
ministor a rocoption whon ho arrives.
Thoy aro having flowing silk gar
ments, Oriontal fashion, made, which
they intond wearing on tno day
montionod. Should tho minister do-
cido to como ashore a dinner party.
A WELL OAVES IN.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
by c. J. LYONS.
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a.m. n.in.'n.m. a.m.
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5 44 (1 15 11 0
5 11 tt 11 11 58
Last quarter of 4 ho moou on the 2d, at lib.
Time Whlstlo ulou s at 111. 28m. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which la the same a lili. Om.
0s. ol Uieemvlcu time.
Ti DAILY BULLETIN,
TUESDAY, AUG. 29, 1893.
Monday, Aug. 28.
Bchr Sarah k Eliza from Koolau
Tuksdai, Aug. 29.
Wilcox, Walters, for San
Williams, for San
Qer bkO N
Am bgtno V G Irwin,
Stmr C It Bishop for
Stmr Mikahala for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Jas Makee for Kapaa
Btinr Wuialeale for Kauai
Stmr Fclo for Makawt.l at 3 p m
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai at 5 p m
Schr Mary E Foster for Hanamaulu
Bchr Mahimahi for Waialua
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Hawaii for Hamakua at 4 p m
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Aug 29 E
Delacy, B Unudbent.
For Molokai, per stmr Mokolii, Aug 28
Mrs C Dudoit aud family, Geo L Edwards,
Kiss Beckley and 15 deck.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Mika
hala, Aug 28 For Volcauo: W J Oa;sar
and Wlelmig. For way ports: O Abbott,
A K Hiapo and wife, Mrs Haaleleu and
friend, Chun Hoy and 60 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, duo
Am bgt Consuelo, from San Fiancisco for
Kahului, Aug 5
Bktne Kllkitat, from Puget, Sound, due
Ger bk J U l'liuger, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
Am ship Topgallant from Port Blakcly
Am bk Amelia, from Pugut Sound, Aug 30
Vessels in Fort.
USB Boston, Day, from a cruise
USB Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
Am bk Elizabeth Graham, Anderson, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am bk Albert, Gritlltlis, from San Fran
cisco Am bk Alex McNeil, Jorgensen, from San
Br bk Parthenopo, Heal, from Newcastle,
N S W
Br schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yoko
hama Am bk S 0 Allen from San Francisco
Br bk Velocity from Hongkong
The bark Albert is on the Marine Hall
way being cleaned.
The steamer Kinnti will be due from
Maul and Hawaii early to-morrow morn
ing. ' The ImrUentluu Klikitat has about flufcli
ed discharging her lumber. She will re
turn to Eureka iu ballast.
The bark H. C. Allen has been moved
over to the Ocenulu dock, where she will
receive- a now coat of paint.
The Alex. McNeil will probably leave on
Friday or Saturday next in ballast for Port
Towusend there to receive orders.
The arrests to-day were Fuhili for
assault and battery on hi wifo, and
a desortor from tho British bark
A summary of tho contents of tho
Weekly. Bulletin is givon iu another
column. It is tho best family nows
papor published in the islands.
The acting-President of tho P. G.
is conducting a civil case against tho
Government, which the Queen's at
torney, Mr. Noumanu, is doionding.
Two hackmou woro found guilty
in the District Court to-day of leav
ing their hacks without guardians
aud wero sentenced to pay fines of
T. Lindsay, jeweler, reports doing
a rushing business in thoso beauti
ful Hawaiian Hag badges. Got one
for yourself, and also ono for your
Tho Healani and Myrtle six-oared
crows are out for a spin in tho har
bor (laity. Chris. Holt has returned
to town, so that tho Healani crow is
Tho Honolulu football team will
moot, in tho I X L hall at 7 o'clock
this evening. Tho object will bo to
elect ollicers and adopt a constitu
tion aud by-laws.
Mr. J. G. Rothwell, Secretary
General Post Oflico, intends taking
a flying trip to Vancouver, B. C, by
the Warrimoo. He will piobably
return by tho same steamor.
The P. G. baud gave a concert on
tho Executive building grouud this
morning. A number of half-dressed
P. G. soldiers lolled around the
band stand during the concert.
Keep cool. Tho best way to ac
complish this during the present
spell of hot weather is to drink noth
ing but tho genuine Budwoisor boor
in bottle for which H. Hack fold &
Co. are sole agents.'
All entries for tho Hawaiian Jockey
Club races to bo hold at Kapiolaui
Park on 2nd September, close to
morrow (Wednesday), Aug. 30, at 2
o'clock' p. in., at the oflico of Mr. C.
O. Borgor, secretary.
A moonlight excursion party con
sisting of about fifteen young folks
took place in the harbor yesterday
evening. The Quintet Club was in
attendance on tho party aud gave
vocal selections during the excursion.
Mr. McLean, manager of tho Pearl
City Fruit Co., will ship by tho C. &
A. b. b. Warrimoo lor Vancouver, is.
C, about 900 boxes of pineapples.
Mr. Chas. Wilcox will oxport between
300 and 400 boxes of tho same article.
rooms. f liiVorytinng will bo sorvou in
tho Chinoso fashion. An agreomont
has boon made among somo of tho
morchnnts to closo thoir stores and
colebrato tho distinguished arrival.
Iu conversation with Mr. Ho Fou
of tho Chineso Times, a Bulletin ro
portor learned that it is a Chineso
custom that whon tho retiring minis
tor returns to China, ho must im
mediately present himself to tho
Emperor. Then it is tho usual prac
tice for tho Emperor to look around
and find a lucrative position for tho
WORRIED INTO THE GRAVE.
Four-Japanoso Laborers Burled Allvo
A fatal accident occurred at Ka
huku Plantation somo time about
noon yesterday. Tho following par
ticulars havo boon received by tolo
phono: Four Japs had boon engaged for
sovoral days in digging a woll, tho
mouth of which wab about fourteon
foot in dinmotor. Yesterday thoy
reached a depth of forty-eight foot,
whon without warning tho woll caved
in and buried tho four mon. Tho
accident was discovered soon after
and tho Japs woro dug out, but it
was too late, tho men wore dead.
Tho bodies woro couvoyod to a house
noar by aud Doputy-ShorifT Kauai
hilo was summoned. Sitting as
coroner tho doputy-shoriff hold an
inquost at tho place this morning.
Throe of tho Japs aro married
mon, and all .woro employed ou tho
Quick Rollof and Porfoct Curo
At a meeting of tho Hawaiian
Jockey Club hold yesterday evening"
at tho Pacific Club, Messrs. S. N.
Huntley, S. I. Shaw and P. It. Isen
berg, Jr., were appointed judges for
tho races to como off on tho Queen's
A native diver lad brought a large
lump of coal from tho bottom noar
tho lnter-islaud wnarl this morning,
with a small squid lying on it. The
boy says that if ho had known there
was a squid on it he would have
Tho following passengers aro book
ed at tho office of T. H. Davies &
Co. to leave on the C. & A. steam
ship Warrimoo on Thursday for Van
couver, B. C: Miss Camo Castle,
Mrs. Henry N. Castlo and child, C.
A. Peacock and wife, Chas. Gav, T.
Buchholtz, Lieut. C. Feilkor, K. N.
Williams and wife and Chas. M.
Hawaiian Soap, tho only pure
laundry soap in tho market, can bo
had by tho case or at retail, at any
of tho grocers in Honolulu, as woll
as at the Company's agents. Fami
lies can now order Hawaiian soap
from their grocers with other goods.
Price $5.00 per hundred. M. W.
McChesuoy A; Sons, Agents Hono
lulu Soap Works Co.
Mebsrs. J. Hopp & Co. havo just
rocoived a superb stock of now furni
ture, and a visit to thoir store at
King and Bethel streets will do ono
good. For durability, comfort aud
olegauce the goods cannot bo sur
passed. Their wicker chairs iu
white enamel and gold aro beauties.
Iu a well-equipped workshop at
tached to tho store all kinds of
cabiunt-inakiiig is douo, furniture
repaired, hair mattresses mado, etc.
Bead their advertisement and then
call around at the store.
Death of a Portuguese Woman Hast
ened by Her Son's Marriage.
Mrs. M. R. A. Vierra, whoso hus
band keeps a storo on Miller and
Kinau streets, died at the residence
at 7 o'clock yesterday evoning, of
aneurism. Mrs. Vierra had been ail
ing for somo time, and it -is said her
death wa3 hastened by the action of
her oldest son in disregarding her
wishes in his choice of a wife. The
son took a fancy to a young Portu
guese girl, and the parents did not
npprovo of the match. According
to reports tho mother worried so
much that she died. She leaves bo
sides a husband two sons and one
The funeral will take place at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon, and will be
headed by a detachment of the P.
G. band, whose services have been
secured by the eldest son. A. O. F.
Court Camoos will attend the fune
" Of Course JTou Read
The testimonials frequently pub
lished in this paper relating to
Hood's Sarsaparilla. They are from
reliable people, state simple facts,
and show beyond a doubt that
Hood's Cures. Why don't 3'ou try
this medicine! Be sure to get
Constipation, and all troubles with
tho digestive organs and tho liver,
aro cured by Mood's I'llls. Un
equalled as a dinner pill.
The concert by the Thistle Club
last night was much enjoyed by a
company that filled the hall. Mrs.
Potrio and son gave a piano and vio
lin duet, and Miss Adler a piano
solo. Mr. G. L. Hitman sang the
song of the turnkey, besides making I
his tunotul banjo twang in unison
with sundry instruments played by
Mr. Pollock, who also gave a solo on
tho zither. Mrs. (Dr.) McLonnan
gave sentimental and comic read
ings. Mr. W. McKay contributed a
Scotch song. Mr. W. B. Ash being
present was called up and pave a
humorous recitation that tickled tho
audience so much that ho had to
give another. At intermission ico
cream, cake and tomperance bever
ages were served. After the concert
there woro a few dances. Mr. Thos.
Lindsay, Chief, presided. He had
on tho table before him a bouquet
of genuine Scotch thistlos.
For a lame back or fqr a pain iu
the side or chest, try saturating a
piece of flannel with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and binding it onto the
affected parts. This treatment will
cure any ordinary case iu one or two
days. Pain Balm also cures rheum
atism. 50 cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
a v r-. "TvJftlr
O. B. Patricia
"Imi jo badly afflicted ultli sciatto rheuma
tism that I could scarcely move. I used a creat
many remedlej whlh did :i.e no good. A friend
Dreiented me a bottle ot Hood's SarsaparllLi,
which I began to talcc. The relief was qulclc
and two bottles cured mc completely. 1 author. I
lzo the uso ot my mma und portrait In recom
mending Ilood's Sirsnparlll.i, lor I think It a
very valuable medicine. I recommend It to ell
who may be afflicted with rheumatism or old i
fever sores, as I know ot a lady in Oakland who
has been cured ot ulcers by this wonderful med
Iclnc." C. B. 1'ATr.icn, Ko. SCO California St., i
Stockton. California Get IIOQD'3.
Hood's Pills act cislly, yet promptly and
efflclontly, on the liver and bowels. 250.
HOHRON', NEWMAN .t CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
THE HONOLULU FOOTBALL TEAM
will hold a meeting in the Hall above
the I X L Btoro, at 7 oVIock THIS (Tues
day) EVENING, for tho purpose of Elect
ing Olrlcors and adopting a Constitution
ancl Bv-laws. W. H. O. QHKIG.
make from tin artificially pro
duced GUM almost as elastic aa
INDIA RUBBER, which, w.hen
reduced by certain volatile sol
vents to the consistency of an
oil, can be mixed with all pig
ments, and used in tho same
manner as linseed oil.
It resists water, acids, alkalies,
heat and cold and atmospheric
influences. It lasts longer, gives
a 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 than any
other oil. It aho mixes in larger
proportions with varnishes and
improves their working, lasting
and wearing properties.
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
630 irort Street, Honolulu.
GREAT REDUCTION IN
Wash -:- Materials !
Best Quality Sateens, plain and figured
5 Yards for $1.00
Fine Quality Flowered and Striped Mull
G Yards for $1.00
Fancy Dress Ginghams, striped and plaid
8 Yards for 1.00
Cotton Pongee, light and dark ground; latest de
signs the entile line 6 Yards for $1.00
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable.
fcThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
tbe Manager of Paauhau Plantation
Co., Hamakua, Hawaii.
Wm. Letts Oliver, Esq., Manager Ameri
can Lucol Co., San Krancibco.
A year ngo I used somo of the oil manu
factured by jour Company to paint one of
our Plantation building, ut tbe samo time
painting adjoining buildings witli painti
mixed with American and English Lin
seed Oils. The paint win mixed and ap
plied by u competent workman.
The building painted with Lucol Oil re
tains its original nppcitruiice, while those
on which Linseed Oil wa- used laded oiiiq
time ago, tho paint becoming chalky. As
this Plantation is on tho weather sido of
the Island, and the climate exceptionally
trvltii; on Paint, 1 consider the abuvo to bo
as thorough a tci-t as any to which your I
111 ...... .....-:l.t l. . ..I,!.. .tin. I Iro m..u.ln.. I
ity being no appnrcnt. I tako ploasnro in
recommending the Lucol Oil to all usors of
Yours very Itespeetfullv.
A. MUOKK, Mauager.
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
Mr. Thomas Balto, editor of
Graphic, Toxarkuna, Arkansas, lias
found what ho fooliovos to bo tho
bost remedy in existence for tho flux.
HiB oxporionco is woll worth romoui
boring. Uo says: "Last summer 1
had a very severe attack of flux. I
DEALING OUT ARMS.
No Doubt for tbo Citizens' Iluaorvo
Ward Plan of Defense.
A fniii Mukiitliu tttrr fi1rmf it litsfiri
tried almost every known remedy, i f ' fl ammunitiou ar.
nono mvniL' relief. Chamberlain's , i .1.. n . .; 1 i
?:. . . . ... ' rivnii irnm 1 iiu l-zMlIil ciju&iliihii iu
none civuik' roliol. (Jhamborlaiu s
Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Reme
dy was recommended to mo. 1 pur
chased a bottlo and received almost
immediate rolief. 1 continued to
uso the modicino aud was entirely
cured. 1 tako pleasure iu recom
mending this romody to any person
Hiifloriug with such a disoaso, as iu
my opinion it is the best medicine
iu oiifitonco." 25 aud GO cent bottles
for sale by nil dealors. Benson,
Smith & Co,, agents for the Hawai
ALL PAItTIES DESIKINO TO GO TO
Wuiakenkua Falls in Manoa Valley
ure hereby requested to obtain a permis
sion from the undersigned, otherwise they
will be prosecuted for trespass If found on
tho premises without such permission.
JAB. H. BOYD,
at the Land Otllce, Supreme Court Build
ing. Honolulu. .Imin 17. 1. 7fift-tf
NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN.
ALL 8H00TINU OK GAMK ON THK
Lands of Monualua, Hiiluwa and
Aii'ti below the Government HoudJ, Dis
trict of Koua, Island of Oahu, H. 1 , Is
Strictly Forbidden without tho necessary
permit, which can be had on application
to J. M. Dowhott, at tho Bunking House of
lllsuup & uo,
8. M. DAMON,
J. I. DOWHKTT.
Honolulu, Aug. 17, 18!U. KKMw
If you want a flood Pulr of
-: a-Xi O "VE S:-
For Driving or Walking I can sell 'nm to
you. Or if you want to see some
New -:- Nedc-wear
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
August 29, 1893.
Questions and Answers.
The Land and the People.
The New Treaty.
The Star and Natlvo Opinion.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Full Repurti of Casea on Trial.
Kyan the Crown Jewel Robber.
Acquittal of Sinclair and Walker.
PRO VISIONA L LEO 1ST. A TV RE:
Report of Session P. O. Councils.
THE STORY TOLD OVER:
By a Son of St. George,
MINISTER RLOUNT TALKS:
Qivet a Clear Statement Regarding
The Stamp Trade.
Liocai ftevts auu uossip.
Shipping Reports, Etc., Etc.,
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Boasted, Ground and Packed In Kona
3VI- S- TJHTVST
7 5 FORT STREET
KEALEKEHE COFFEE GO.
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION :
Home $4. Foreign $5.
TO DE HAD AT THK
Pacific Coast Home Supply Ass'n
After 5th of September
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN
W. MULLER, Mima;er.
The Daily Bulletin tin dclivrrrtl by
ttv19 for ffrt if mY ttjvnih
THE BOHOONER 'NORMA,'
ftf Tons Reclster, substan
tially built of Oak and Cedar; ,
l Copjer and Copper Faatoned.
I ror prirp nnn particular appiy
VLn THKO H nvTKBAClO
Etc, Etc, Etc
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEI'T ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bothol Street
BELL TELEPHONE 6'ij. -k - MUTUAL TELEPHONE 01a.
J. HOPP & CO.
Beautiful - Articles - in - Antique - Oak
SIDEBOARDS, CH 1 1'1-ON IE US.
All kind o Commercial I'diitluy
promptly txtoutrd at low raUt at th
tho ProviHioiinl Government. Thoy
woro fetorod in n waiclioiuo ou thu
osplnnmlo. Within n fow days ji;ut
two hoxud havo houn taken to tho
Custom Hoiibo, whoro tho anna aro
huhiK distributed to privulocilioiiu.
Somo liave boon soon to puck off two
rillus apiuu'o into wagons. Doubt loss
tho distribution is to inombonj of tho
so-enllod Giti.oim' Hoorvnorgnni7.od
in oonuoution with tho Aimnxnliou
Club. At n commiltuo mooting iu
tlio ulul) tho othor ovouiug instruo
tiotiH woro givon Hint, iu ousu of ilia
turhnuco, ouuh moiubor should ro
uiaiu iu his own wurtl for tho do
fouio of lifo aud property therolu.
tho I.nto-it DhsIkiis und SliupeH;
around aud fetmt jour eye. 1
huvo ultto got u .Vert Stock of
COLLARS : and : CUFFS
And above all do not forget that I am
EXTENSION TABLES, CHAIRS, ETC.. ETC., ETC.
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
MKQM: WECKb AND hUTb.
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASH MOUNTINGS.--
IBlegeixit "." TJplxolster-y-
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PILLOWS Or LIVE GEESE FEATHERS AND SILK FLOSS.
Maiinn' 'Qriirfc' 'Tn Cirri pr Latest Improvements Iu Wire Mattresses, Louuge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofas.
lUdiuuy . aim u . iu . uiuoi , Creal yarUy of Baby CarnageS CrlbS Cradles 4 Hgb Ch8lrJi
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lulatting T-jaicl at Shortest ISTotioe.
tm-ovii phh i;h always tin; i.owr.sr in iionoli'lu. -ji
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SOS & 51X SPORT STK.H1B3T.
Canton Wash FaTorios !
A IiuiuUoiuo Cotton l'ulirio; New Styles this teuton; tho ell'ects a:e fuc-similcs 0 Chlim
Klllts; to see thorn means to appreciate them.
Silk fiultdi just out; real 'reiii'h do-dns aro the llnest and the craze of the noujon.
Octslmaere SuiolinaeslSO Oerxts "STa-rci I
One of the hatidhoinobt Wash Mutcrlalk thin hcuhou entirely new und
for tho price hun nu cjual.
vvmte ijavtrns ana. jDiinity I
in Plain, Striped aud Chucked In great variety,
tT DreRsniaklua Under tho Managemont ol MRS. RENNER. fcj
hM Joh ffiHlinp at ih IlidUti Qffln, I 7 a,
74 IClnu Straat,
Honolulu, K. I.
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
tar- Klrw rUV mi all Uudi ol limuruiicw PrDjwrty taken at Current UUk by
kfu Inr th tUwuilAti WUudt,