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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KltOM AND AKTKH JUNK 1. ISO.
To Kwa Mii.i.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Cricket praotlco tins afternoon.
Col. Feoz is n through passenger
on the S. S. Warimoo.
I Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Weather,
cloudy; wind, fresh northeast.
The P. G. band will give a concert
i at the Hotel thisovoning at 7 o'clock.
' Tho Catholic Mission's horse ha9
boon found a second lime through
the Bulletin's advt.
GUILTY OF ASSAULT.
Leave Pearl City...
Arrlvo Ewa Mill. .
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Leave Kwa Mill ...
Leave Pearl City..,
A. Saturdays only.
C. Hutitltivs excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tidos, Bun and Moon.
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Puliili, for assault and battery on
his wife, was fined $20 in tho District
Court this morning.
Engiuo No. 1, after having ro
coived repairs, was tested at Ilotel
and Alakoa streets this morning.
Qontlomon, are you going to tho
races? If so, M. Goldberg eau (it you
out from top to too in the latest
Pastor Isonborg will conduct reli
gious services in tho Y. M. C. A. hall
on Sunday, Sept. 3, at 11 o'clock
Tho British bark Velocity took
away seventy-two Uhineso passen
gers, including women and children,
for China this afternoon.
Lti't rmntter of 41io union on timid, a
liiin. p. in.
Time Whistle blow s ut Hi. Mm. :Ui. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which l the hiiiiio in lllu Urn.
IK of Uiecnulch time.
TUB DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, AUG. 31. 1893.
TuuimiiAY, Aug. 81.
Warriuioo, Arthur, from the
TllCltbOAY, Aug. 31.
C 4 A S S Warriuioo, Arthur, for Van
couver. U C
Am bktne ldikitat, Cutler, for Port Town
send llr bk Pnrthenope, Hunt, for Antoria
Ilr bark Velocity, Martin, fur Hongkong
Btmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Vessels Leaving: To-morrow.
Am bk Alex McNeil, Jorgcnsen, for Puget
Htmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 i m
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Aiu bgt Conauelo, from Kan Krnnelbco for
Kalmlui, Aug 5
Bktne KliUitat, from l'ugut Sound, duo
Uer bk J C Plluger, from Bremen, due Oct
Cler bk Paul Ixenliurg from Liverpool, due
Am ship Topgallant from Port Illakely
Am bk Amelia, from Paget Sound, Aug 30
Vessels in Port.
USB Boston, Day, from a uruKo
USB Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
Am bk Elizabeth Orahaui, Anderson, from
Newcastle, X S W
Am bk Albert, Gritlllhs, from San Fran
cisco Br schr Norma, Mucipiariic, from Yoko
hama Am bk S C Alien from Sun Francisco
Br bk Velocity from Hongkong
The barkentine Klikitat left to-day for
Eureka in ballast.
Captain Heal, of the British bark Parthe
nope, is having considerable trouble with
his crew, and consequently may not be
able to leave for Astoria this afternoon.
Tho British bark Velocity sailed out tho
harbor this afternoon with a cargo of
sharks' tins, bones and old glass for China.
Bhe took seventy-two Chinese paaengers.
Tho adjourned mooting of the
nion of tho Second Congregation, of
St. Andrew's Cathedral will bo held
at 8 o'clock this evening.
Capt. Ziegler's company had par
ade drill on Palaco Square, and
Capt. Good's compauy skirmish drill
in the Palaco yard, this afternoon.
Tho Russian Government has
stopped tho free coinage of silvor at
tho mints, and prohibited tho im
portation of foreign silver coins.
In another column will bo found
the opinion of a practical painter in
regard to tho merits of Lucol, the
now paint oil. Road what ho says
and be convinced.
A Chinese hack loaded with Orien
tal merchandise broko dowu while
taking the latter to the bark Velo
city near tho old Custom House
wharf this morning.
Tho Welsh Liberal members of
Parliament threaten to desert Glad
stone in a body because ho refuses
to introduce a bill noxt session to
disestablish the Church in Wales.
If you wish your horso to get rid
of "that tired feeling" which afflicts
many animals in this country, ring
up tho (Jamorma Jbeed (Jo. dels.
121). They will cure jour animal
The yacht Bonnie Dundee arrived
from Waiauae yo3torday afternoon
wil h President . B. Dolo and throo
others on board. Mr. Dole intends
leaving on the steamer Kinau to
morrow afternoon for Kohala.
After writing oil 3993.20 of bad
debts, tho San Francisco Sailors'
Homo shows a balance of $758.48 on
the past, year's operations. Captain
Melvin Staples, formerly jailor of
Oaliu Prison, is superintendent.
In the cricket match between the
All England nud the Australian
teams, the Englishmen closed the
Grst innings for a total of -183. The
Australians only made 319 in two in
nings, thus losing by an innings and
They Intended Joining the P. G.
John Hindlo and John Rowley,
two apprentices on tho British bark
Parlhenope, deserted from that ves
sel nearly a week ago, and the skip
per notified the police. Although
the town was scoured by officers,
goaded by tho offer of a reward,
no trace could bo found of tho desert
ers. Yesterday offlcor Stone located
two men in a house at Kalihi, above
Antono Richards' place. The officer
returned to town to got a description
of the Parthenope deserters. The
description tallied with tho men, and
this morning two officers went up
and arrested them. In the house
were found two nativo women. On
inquiry it was found that the men
iutended hiding until tho Partho
uopo sailed, when they would come
into town and join tho P. G. army,
which thoy understood was in need
of staunch fighting inon. Tho men
wore locked up, and will bo put on
board when tho vessel is ready to
Mr. Thomas Batto, editor of the
Graphic, Texarkaua, Arkansas, has
found what he believes to be the
best remedy in existence for tho Hun.
His experience is well worth roineiu
boring. Ho says: "Last summer 1
had a vory severe attack of Jinx. 1
tried almost every known remedy,
none giving relief. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dy was recommended to mo, 1 pur
chased a bottle and received almost
immediate relief. 1 continued to
use the medicine and was entirely
cured, 1 take pleasure in recom
mending this remedy to any person
Biilforiiig with such a disease, as in
my opinion it is tho best medicine
in existence." 2o and lit) cent bottles
for xale by all dealers. Beimou,
Smith it Co., agentK lor the llawnl.
Tho U. H. cruiser Philadelphia
may be looked for dully, to relieve
Tho day the Warriuioo sailed from
Sydney tho Government steamer
Thetis was to leave for Norfolk Isl
and to pick up the shipwrecked
crew from the bark Girvan, previ
ously reported in this paper as
Four members of Prof. Tunoy's
club-swinging class graduated last
week after three weeks' instruction.
The professor teaches forty differ
ent swings. Juveniles are admitted
to the class. There is room for a
few more pupils.
Tho trial of Mrs. Chapman,
charged with having opium in pos
session, has been sej for Sept. 5.
Mrs. Chapman was arrested in con
nection with Captain Parker's haul
of 170 tins of opium made the other
evening, and for which a Chinaman
was uuod 200.
Mr. A. Gaouen finished yesterday
a wrought iron fence to surround
tho grave of the lato Andre Alex
Corniot at Molokai. The fenco is of
pretty design and shows that work
of that kind can be done right in
Honolulu. Formerly orders for such
work had to be sout to San Fran
cisco. LEFT BED AND BOARD.
A Wife Found Aftor Noarly Two
A native woman named Kilikina
was arrested at Kamoiliili last night
on a charge of deserting her hus
band, a Japanese answering to tho
name of Hatch, two weeks prior to
Aug. 5. Kilikina was brought bo
fore Judge Robertson this morning.
She stated that sho loft Hatch bo
cause ho was in tho habit of drink
ing. One Sunday morning Hatch
struck hor on the" forehead and or
dorod her to leave tho house. She
thou wont and lhcd with a nativo
fuinil) at Kamoiliili. Her children,
she believed, were living with hor
Hatch, who is an old kamuaina,
admitted that he slapped hor face,
but it was because sho kept company
with other men. i
Tho case was continued until to
morrow, Lookod Liko u Highwuymun. '
At 8 o'clock yesterday evening
Win. Sawdgo and two others started
fur Waikiki on bicycles. Savidgo
left his companions in tho rear.
When he was just this side of the
Kille HniihU, a tall while man jump
ed out in front of him and held out
his hand as if to slot) tin Mondial.
Savidue rauu hia bel and the man
seeing tint other two jumped buck
and disappeared in tho daikuess.
Savidgo dosciibei tho man as lull
and one who would weigh about 200
pounds, Ho had on a crape- coat,
rather tho worse for wear.
Fivo Hundred Dollars and Six Months
at Hard Labor tho Sontonco of
C. Gortz, found guilty of import
ing opium, appeared before Judgo
Whiting for sontoncod this morning.
Ho was sontonco to pay a fine of
$500 and to bo imprisoned six
months at hard labor.
Mr. C. W. Ashford moved for a
now trial. On argument by hitUBolf
and Attoruey-Gouoral Smith, tho
motion was ovor-rulod, whoreupon
Mr. Ashford appealed to tho Su
Ah Koong was acquitted by tho
jury yostorday on trial for opium in
Ah Foo ploadod guilty to unlaw
ful possession of opium, aud Bont
onco was suspoudod till noxt tortn,
ho to Jilo a bond of $00.
Ah Saug, who ploadod guilty to
opium in possession tho other day,
was lined $50.
Tho following dispositions of civil
cases wore made by tho Court:
Talula L. Hayseldou vs. Wahino
aea, ejectment, continuod for causo.
Myhro vs. Rosa, covenant, con
Tinker vs. Rosa, assumpsit, con
Peterson vs. Ehrlich, action on the
Ehrlich vs. Petorsou, trespass,
Hobron vs. Kaaukai, assumpsit,
defendant's appeal dismissed sub
ject to motion to reinstate.
Batchelor vs. Wilson, trespass,
Willgeroth vs. Ewa Plantation,
Bankruptcy of T. Ahum?, bank
rupt's appeal from Judge Whiting's
ordor committing him to prison,
Skinner & Co. vs. G. W. Maofar-
lane & Co., assumpsit, discontinued.
damage, no appearance of defen
dant aud jury is waived.
Jas. Campbell vs. J. F. Bowler, as
sumpsit, jury is waived.
C. A. Brown vs. Bulletin Publish
ing Co., trospass on tho case, not
properly on calendar.
Man Hop Co. vs. Lau Pew, dam
age, jury is waived.
J. A. Low vs. J. M. Horner, action
on a judgment, demurror to bo heard
Tung Yuk vs. Ngao Luk, case,
passed for present.
U. A. Urowu vs. Provisional Uov
ernment, assumpsit, jury is waived.
Allen Si Robinson vs. G. W. Lin
coln et al., assumpsit, injunction dis
solved and jury waived. A second
case between the same, jury is waived.
Thomas Nott vs. C. T. Gulick,
guardian, assumpsit, continued on
affidavit aud motion.
E. C. Crick vs. E. G. Hitchcock,
Marshal, damage, continuod for
C. A. P. Gardiuer vs. E. G. Hitch
F. Schiofor vs. Olowalu Sugar Co.,
F. Brown vs. J. J. Carvalho, jury
J. M. Rapozo vs. J. J. Fernandez,
nummary possession of land, con
tinued. Thos. Wright vs. B. F. White, as
sumpsit, to be heard in vacation.
A. L. Cron vs. J. H. Love, assump
sit, defendant's appeal is dismissed.
M. W. McChosney & Sous vs.
Chas. Liud et al., assumpsit, to bo
heard iu vacation.
P. G. Camarinos vs. Chas. Liud et
al., to be heard iu vacation.
Aloy vs. Kui, to Oo heard in vaca
tion. There was no case ready this after
noon, aud tho foreign jury was dis
missed aud paid off at 3 o clock.
Haili vs. Nawai Namailou, divorce.
Hoard, argued and decision re
Judgo Cooper this forenoon heard
tho divorce case of Elizabeth Nott
vs. James Nott. Hatch for the
plaintiff; C. "Brown for defendant.
lho (Jourr grants the separation on
the ground of non-support, aud
awards the custody of tho children
to tho mother, and orders tho de
fendant to pay $12 a woek alimony
commencing from Monday, Aug. 28,
also to pay the costs of theso pro
ceedings and S25 counsel leos.
Judge Cooper is this afternoon
hearing the petition for the dis
charge of C. L. Brito, administrator
of the estate of Aurelio Fortes Ra
mos. A. Rosa for petitioner; J. A.
Magoon for the widow.
Sailor Gooo for Both Captain
Moouoy, a sailor on tho British
bark Parthenope, was placed uuilor
arrest yostorday moi ning on a charge
of assault and battery on Captain
Ileal and Chief Ullicer .loliu Alston ,
on Aug. 29th. Captain Heal deposed .
that ou Monday morning defendant
loft tho ship without permission aud
returned in tho ovoning. Ou Tues- j
day morning complaining witness
went to tho forocastlo aud spoke to
Moonoy, but got no satisfaction, j
Shortly aftor the captain saw do
fondant going off the vcsel, aud ho I
caught him by the coattail to pro
vent him from going ashore, when
defendant turned aud grabbed him
by tho throat. Tho Captain then
lot him go. Witness saw Moonoy '
in tho Police Station yesterday, when
ho threatened to kill the mate. I
Chief Officer J. Elslon stated he
was witnoss to tho assault on tho
captain. Ho had a fow words with J
tho sailor on tho railway wharf, when !
defendant throw a stono nnd struck i
him on tho back of the oar, drawing '
Moonoy, in his dofouso, denied
that ho grabbed tho captain, aud
also said that what ho threw at the
mato was a lump of mud, and not a
stonp, as ho stated.
Dofendaut was found guilty nnd
Boutoncod to pay'a lino of S15.
Leads the Way !
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
BEO inort Street, Honolulu..
GREAT REDUCTION IN
Wash -:- Materials !
Best Quality Sati'uns, plain and
5 Yards for $1.00
A Boston Boy's Eyesight
Saved-Perhapc His Life
By Hood's Sarsupnrllla ISlood Pol- ,
soned by Canker.
Head the following from a grateful mottien
M My MUo boy lu.l Scarlet River when 4 years
old, and It left him very w out and with blood
polioned with cnnUcr. Ills eyes became
bo Inflamed tuathlasiiffcrluus were lute use, and
for seren weeks he
Could Not Open His Eyes.
I took him twice during Mint time to the Eyo
and Ear Infirmary oil Charles street, but their
remedies failed to do him tho faintest shadow
of good. I commenced giving him Hood's
Barsanarltla and It .toon cured him. I b.ivo
never doubted that It mnvrd bU oiRht. even
If not hU rrr iit". You may uso tills tes
timonial In any way ynu ehooso. I am always
ready to souml the praise of
because of Uie wonderful good It did my son."
AnniK F. Blacuuan, 2HU3 Washington St,
Boston, Mass. Get HOOD'S.
HOOD'8 PlLLS ro hand niado, aud ara pe&
f eot In composition, pros vrtlou and appearance
H01JKOX, NEWMAN .V CO..
Agents for Hawaiian Iilmulx.
TanchkI), July 81, 18!.
V. S. PALMKR, Esq.. Engineer of Dia-
triet No. I, So. 1'nelnc Co.
I) tar Sir:
Ifiml that the oil requires much lesi pig
incut than linseed to mttke a paint of the re
quisite catering and spreading qualities. 100
lbs. of white lend will tuke no more than 4
to 4Ji ynU. of HiiH'ed, while in my primlug
coat, 1 get even better results with U to lo
I gallons ui Lucol, nnd in my second coat
with 7 to S gallons of Lucol to 100 lbs. of
lend. This mentis a very material saving
1 (from one-third to otie-liulf) in the amount
I of pigment necessnry to cover a given sur-
In my roof color I used less tliun IU0 lbs.
' of "car jiaiut" (l'rlucca Metallic ground iu
oil) where u roof of this size lia always re-
i quired L'ou lbs. of car paint with linseed oil.
, 1 mixed my roof color with lb gallons of
Lucol to the 100 lbs. of pigment and got a
better body of color than I ever got with
less tliitn one-half that number of gallons
of linseed. I give you simply the facts but
1 cannot understand or explain them.
The drying iputlitics of the new nil are
perfect, rim jiriiiiimj emit witli white lead,
dried strong and hard inside of '.'I hours.
. 1 ho Hrst coat for sand took the sund freely,
I lirmly and in larger quantity than linseed
and dried hard inside of ii hours. Tho
1 "ceond cont of body color and trimming
dried thorolighlv without tack inside of 21
hours. It covered perfectly and dried with
a tine smooth surface entirely free from
w i Inkles and blisters, and bore out remark
ably well sous to develop a line lustre, giv
ing much better looking results than I
have ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on new wood. The car paint spread on the
roof was mi.ed with raw Lucol and dried
perfectly iu '-'1 hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-half the usual amount of
eolur was used, the paint covered perfectly
and did not run. The second coat of sand
tilled up solidly, taking up a larger quan
tity of sand more evenly than I have ever
gotten on to linseed.
The Lucol has ell'ected a saving of 215
, lbs. of pigment or nearly one-third of the
amount usually required for a building of
With respect to the general appearance
oi luu iiiiiaucil wuik, i iliusi coiiiess uiai l
never saw it equal in twoco.it work with
linseed, and If the oil wears as well at
Tnucred as it has worn with the Master
Car I'uinter, Mr. Fitch, at Sacramento,
theie can be mi question iilniut the tiUl'E
KIOKITY tif Luenl mer liniecd. crrn at the
same price per gallon, in I'.CONOMY, GOOD
l LOOKS and in HUKA.MI.ITY.
1 Signed J W. ft. M KLI.US,
Foreman Painter, Southern Pacific Co.
Fine Quality Flowered and Striped
. . . .0
Yards for $1.00
Fancy Dress Ginghams, striped and
. . .8 Yards
Pongee, light and
signs the entire line.
dark ground : latest
for SI .00
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable.
&3rsTlie above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Bress Goods,
& Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AIMST 3, 1883.
T i fll
COTTAGE TO LET
NO. Its NL'UANU
street, containing 0
Hoouis and Hath, now oc-
cunied bv Phil, llrmtn.
For further particulars apply at this ofllee.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
warned not to
over the Lauds of
Katiioianl Park, ao
turkeys and other dornustic poultry
A KB irnilKHY
Tresnass or Shoot
Kapalmlu, mauka of
it frightens away the
Roasted, Grouud and Packed In Kona
L. 3. TJTST'IT
YO ORT STPtEH3T7;3
ng at large on said iaiuls.
11. F. TOOK.
KEALEKEHE COFFEE CO.
wniT ok Ennon.
DR. S. ASANO i
WILL LEAVE FOR KOHALA
On Friday, Sept. 1, 1893, '
And will be absent from Honolulu fur
two mouths. i
Honolulu, Aug. 20, 1803. 817-tf
Daily BvlUtin, 60 unit u nxmlh.
ro he 1 1 a i it tiii:
Pacific Coast Home Supply Ass'n
After 5th of September
SI 4-1 w
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAM) AN KXTKN.MVK ASSOKTMKNf UV
Rnrlrinnm Quite KsHg?s?fi'!J '
Etc, Etc., Etc.
J. HOPP &, OO.
All Ping and Young Chin, by their
attorney, Mr. Hartwoll, petition tho
Chief Justice for a writ of error.
They wore tried by Circuit Judgo
Hardy of Kauai without jury, in
vacation, for carrying on a pakapio
game, aud boiug found guilty were
suuteuced to pay a fine of $150 each
and costs. Tho ground for tho writ
id that such a trial without a jury
was not authorized by law. JuHtico
WoftiroitS Beautiful - Articles - in - Antique Oak
dured to send up all tho records in
tlm caso. i
Mr. H. J. Mayors, of Oakland, Md.,
says: "1 have sold thirteen bottleft
of Chamberlain's Cough Jtoiiiedy
to-diiy and am literally sold out.
This is tho lnruest sale on record of
I any one preparation in a day over ' CH I l-'l'ONir.KS,
, our counters, It gives tho best sat
isfaction of any cough medicine wo
handle, and as a seller it leads all
I other preparations on this inaiket,"
1 l'Yir sale by all dealers. Uoiiboii,
i .Smith & Co., agents for the Hawai
Oil A 11(6, Et.i.r.tc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO 8K00ND-HANI) OU DAMAOKI) (H)OII.S KEPT ON HANI)
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethol Street.
ItKLL TKLKP1U'VN'K fljs. - tm MUTUAL TKLKPHOXK li
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
siNdi.i; i'iuk.h am) strr.s.
POLKH IN WOOU Oil Ml Am MUl'NTINdh.
Will PASTOK IBKMIKKO Willi)
am KON.STAd, den :i Miiitenilinr,
M. r. A.
YiirmiuuL'i 11 Uhr, In tier V
X'OIl SALE FOR WANT OF USE.
h-TKAM LAUNCH IN KIHbT-ULAHtf i
order well-known m huviiiu been
iired ) Dr. 0. Trousbeau as Port Phxi
elan. The niwrul Pilots, I lit) ('luteins
(lllleers can hivu Information about Ilie
bouli iiful ru vun knots, nuveial other i
Heats, npam, hulls, etc., ute, Thu Duals
lmii bu i-eun til Mm. lleUt's boat liotuu next i
to tho Marine llulluiiv. Kir prices, tie
.dimly lu im.U.THOUhHKAU,
Kroui U (o 11 a. m, or 7 to b r. x.
lEleggtnt v TJpliolster-y
In Pine baring, Hnlr, Wool, M, and ntmw Muttrci"i
pillows ov ui vh (ji:i:si-: ficathkus anjj silk ploss.
Latest luiprovemeuls lu Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges aud Sofas,
Great Yarlcty of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles & High Chairs.
KMf Our CulilntMiml.ini; VorUho. N SupiTinr In .Mm and Material,
ami ii.vnui:.iii.s iii:i'Aiiu:ii noun ( m.h.
AT THi: KAMOPri STOIH', OK -
IB. IF. BHLSRS &c GO.
SOS Sc B 1 1 IfO'R.T STR-HHHT.
Oanton "WelsIi Fetlorios !
A haiiiUoiiiu Cotton Public, New Htjle.i thu season, tin-ellccti are fue-aliuilei of Cliiim
bilkh, to fiu ilium iin ails to utiireelale them
tfllH finish Jiut out; real I'reni'li ilesi(;iif are thu fine-l and the oru of the eeaiou
Oaahmere Sublimes SO Cents Yard I
One ol thu huiidsiJiiiKBC Wiuh MuterlnU IhU -ranu enllrelj nevs und
or the price has no equal,
"Wliit Lawns and Dimity I
In Plain, htripeil uml I heoU'd lu j;riut variety.
t& DrosamaWnq Undor tbe Macauomnnt oi MRS. I1ENNER,
fWUVH IMIK'Kri AI.WAYb TIIK I.OWI.nl IS IlnNill CLI'. -k.fc
No, V-4. JClna Straot,
l-lonolulu, II. X.
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
tire ruka on all kind . Inmiriinet' l'ii..trt taken at t'uriolK HUto b)
J. S. WALKER,
unt (or tl1 HwlUn UIauiU.