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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTKlt JUNK 1. 1893.
To nwA Mill
Leave Honolulu ....8:4 1:45
Lcnve Pearl Olty 9:30 2:30
Arrive Ewa Mill 0:57 2:57
Leave Ewa Mill....
Leave Pearl City...
A. Saturdays only.
0. Bitntliiys oxceptrd.
D. Bntunlnys oxcopted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1893.
Fm day, Sep. 8.
Bttnr Wnlalcalo from Lahaina and Hnma-
Qer bk J C Pfluger, from Bremen
FniDAY, Sept. 8.
Btmr Mikahaln for Mnut and Hawaii nt 10
ami Hawaii per
hala, Sept H Volcnno: T . Shaw, V V 1)
Wright, Miss Dohner. Way ports: J 11
Kenton, Mrs Heuton. Mrs W H Patten, B
Bailey, A MuDade, Mrs S Nowlcln, Miss
Mnknlaa, Miss Nape, Miss Hammond, K
W Fuller and 2 children, Miis Willis, G
Akana, Bro Thomas, T Burtlett, T B
Lyons, A Hnnobprg, M Decker. Mines
Clark 18), MNses Testa (2), Kealoha, Ki
meona, J Katvhane, J K. Nnhale, Alex
Younp, Marshal Hitchcock, W H Char
lock, O C Beckley. C Bose and 30 deck.
The steamer Kinuti will be duo from
Maul and Hawaii to-morrow morning.
There was another court-martial on
board the U. S. cruiser Boston this morn
ing. Surveyor W. A. Wall was engaged with
his instrument on tho city front this morn
ing. Divers are engaced scraping tho bottom
of the U. 8. b. Boston, while others are
cleaning her sides preparatory to her
leaving for Mare island. Her lellef ought
to be along veiy soon.
The American bnrkentine Irincard.
Schmidt master, arrived yesterday, 14 dus
fiom Ljsan Island with 1180 tons of guuno
for tho Pacific Fertilizer t'o. She brought
up everybody on the islaud with the excep
tion of one man.
The steamer Waialeale arrived from La
haina and Hatunkua ports this morning,
bringing a cargo of HCw bags of sugar from
Honokaa, hich are being stored in the
Pacific Mail L'o.'s warehouse. Captain
Bmjthn reports fine weather along the
coast, but very dry. On the un trip the
Waialeale touched at Lahaina, Mahukona
(to land Mr. F. M. Bwanzy), Kukuiliaele
ATWATEK-In Honolulu, September 7,
to the wife of L. Eugene Atwater, a
Dragged and Bobbed.
John W. Clark, an old resident of
this city, who was for many years
employed in the post office, has just
returned from a trip to the World's
Fair that was particularly unfortun
ate to him.
When Mr. Clark was in tho latter
city ho received $1000 in money from
a bank which, together with $120 iu
cash, which he had in his possession
at the time, ho carefully placed in
the inside pocket of his coat.
During tho heat of the day ho
went into one of tho many places in
the neighborhood of the grounds
where refreshments are sold and
bought a light drink, and his only
theory of the way in which tho
thieves got his money is that he
must havo been drugged.
Ho becamo suddenly unconscious
and when he recovered sufficiently
to realize his position ho found him
self iu a hospital and his money was
What makes the matter particu
larly sorrowful is that tho moaoy
represented the savings of years of
labor, and Mr. Clark being in poor
health had expected to take a trip
to Honolulu in search of a moro
congenial clime. S. F. Call.
Board of Agriculture.
There was a meeting of the Bourd
of Agriculture at the Executive
building this afternoon. All the
members woro present Mr. J. A.
King, Miuistor of tho Interior,
Messrs. W. G. Irwin, A. Herbert and
John na, members, aud Jos. Mars
Tho chief mattor of business was
to consider tho offer of Prof. Kooboht
to como horo and fight tho onoinios
of plant life. He offers to como for
$3000 a year and traveling expenses,
not iucluding hotel faros.
The Board decided to ask tho
Government for half tho amount,
and, if tho Planters' Company ugreo
to bear tho othor half of the oxponso,
to accept tho offer.
Prof, Koobolo was tho introducor
into Southern California of tho
vedalls cardinal)', thut got away with
the cottony cushiony scale bug that
was ruining tho oraugo groves.
Tho Board decided to havo tho
Professor's report on insect puMs
printed for general information.
Sagiyamigoro, charged with tho
murder of Ishiuga at Lahaina on
Monday, Aug. 28, was brought to
town ou tho steamer Waialoulo this
morning. Tho Jap. a big strapping
follow of about thirty 3 ears of age,
was taken to Oahu Prison, whore lie
will bo ooulluod until hi? triul, which
tako placo louiu tiinu this month,
LOOA1, AND GENERAL. NEWS.
Amoricau Logiou of Honor this
uoxt week. '
schools will roopou
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Wcathor.
clear; wind, light northeast.
Mr. Alex. Young loft for Manlnea
on the steamer Mihnhnln this morn
ing. Throo pasaongors left on the
steamer Aliknualn to-day for the
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Co. is
tho place to got all kinds of carpon
A meeting of tho Board of Agri
culture is boiug hold at tho Esocu
tivo building this afternoon.
Mr. E. Farmer lias boon con fir mod
as assistant teachor in tho Govern
ment school at Hauula, Oahu.
Govornor G. D. Freoth, wife aud
family, of Lysau Island, arrived from
that placo on tho barkontiuo Irm
J. F. Morgan will soil a variety of
tweed suitp, olllco coats, etc., at his
sah's rooms to-morrow (Saturday),
at 12 o'clock noon.
Tho steamer Mikahala will touch
at Mahukona this trip to tako a
number of school children, return
ing after vacation.
Marshal Hitchcock has gono to
Lahaina on special business, and will
bo back on the steamer Claudino
next Sunday week.
A leper wai brought from Lahaina
on the steamer Waialcalo this morn
ing, and was later convoyed to tho
Kalihi receiving station.
Mr. H. J. Nolto has received from
San Francisco a Midwinter Fair sou
venir coin of aluminum, which bears
handsome designs ou both sides.
J. F. Morgan will hold a sale of
fourteen horses, a wagonette, two
buggies and all appurtenances there
to at tho Club Stables at noon to
morrow. Col. Claus Sprt'ckels and family
woro to leave Sail Francisco for
Washington on tho Gth, to stay over
a week at Chicago on route to seo
A number of tho city police and
tho captain of tho harbor policn kept
a strict watch on the steamer Mika
hala prior to that vessel's departure
A man named Miller, discharged
lately from Co. A. of tho P. G. army,
is hanging around tho JL'olioe Sta
tion. He tolls his friends that ho is
captain of tho night patrol.
Applications for return permits
by Chinese, to leave by tho steamer
China sailing ou the 18th inst., have
hardly begun et, only one having
thus far been filed at tho bureau.
Tho August number of tho Para
dise of the Pacific has appeared. It
contains some excellent and timely
articles descriptive of thingi Hawai
ian. Its personal notes fill moro
than a wide pago.
Nearly 3D bonds of S5O0 each from
Chinese merchants who arrived by
tho bark Velocity havo been cancel
led, satisfactory proof having been
rendered that tho merchants had re
turned to China, as tho law requires
them to do within sis months.
Mr. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector
General of Schools, has composed a
song for tho Hoalaui Boat Club, aud
Prof. Berger has sot it to music."
When tho boys havo well rohoarsed
tho song, there will bo no echo
strong enough to repeat tho refrain.
Through" an informer two police
men, Keanae and Logan, captured a
Chinaman named Ah Soon near the
Tramways terminus at Palama this
morning, with ton tins of opium in
his possession, Tho Chinaman, who
was on horseback, was on his way to
Paahao, one of tho lato omployees
of tho Holomua newspaper, has
had issued a writ of execution on
the plant of tho company, aud this
afternoon tho stands, typo, proof
pros, etc., were removed to the
Police Station. Tho amount owing
Paahao is $50.
Tho Honokaa and Paauhau sugar
plantations havo beguu grinding
again. Tho weather was so dry that
grinding was commenced in order to
keep tho cano from spoiling. Hardly
any rain has fallen at either placo
for some time, and tho crop is suffer
Tho body of C. Von Mengorson,
lato manager of tho Kukuiliaele
Plantation, who died last Sunday,
arrived on tho steamer Waialeale
from Kukuihaulo to-day. Mrs. Von
Mongorson, who accompanied the
corpbe, intends having it shipped to
Germany via aytuiuy, on tuo uoxt
Mr. V. Horace Wright, when scon
iu tho Chinese bureau of tho For
eign Office to-day, was indexing
correspondence of tho department.
Among several letters before him
bearing Queuu Victoria's autograph,
was tho one condoling with Ivala
katia on the death of King Lunnlilo,
and congratulating King Kalakaua
ou his acoosoionr Tho counter
signatures of Lords Rusiull, Derby
and Salisbury were to bo seen as
further objects of interest to auto
What a Globo Trotter Thinks of the
Clomont Scott, tho tflolio trottor,
whoso articles on Japan hnvo at
tracted cniibidtirablo attontion, h.'h
in tho "Rkutcli," n Loudon howh
pnpor: "Honolulu Inn n dolightftil
cliinato, and "I quito onjojuri my
stay. Uy tho-byo I think it a pit)
our ladiot ovor lnro don't iiniliito
ilinir English histors tluno in riding,
inalu fashion, with divided skirts.
No ono thinks it odd thoro and tho
girls look vory chaniiiuy iJ tbuir
Dispositions of Sundry Trust Ac
countings at Chambers,
Judgo Coopor heard tho following
matters at- Circuit Court chambors
First annual account of Nicholas
Peterson, guardian of tho estato of
Mary Puaokahikino. Ho received $25
aud expanded $58.50, leaving a bal
ance duo himsolf of $33.50. Found
correct aud allowed.
Annual account of Joseph O.
Cartor, guardian of Mark aud Ed
ward Hnrdoo. Rocoints $745,70, ex
penditures $271.60, balanco $171.10.
Fouud correct and allowod.
First annual account of S. K. Aki,
guardian of tho property of Josoph
luiloio, minor, ltoceipts $l;H.J0, ex
penditures $187.-10, balanco duo
guardian $53.10. Fouud correct and
Account of J. D. Paris, adminis
trator of tho estato of Kov. J. D.
Paris. Received $272 50, spont $271.
77, balance in hand 13 cents. Tho
itnontory show's $20S5 porsonal pro
perty. Accounts of W. O. Smith, guard
iau of Hamauku minors, and W. It.
Castle, trustee of estato J. R. Wil
liams, were continued.
Tho final account of H. E. Mcln
tyre, executor of tho will of J. S.
Walkor, lato trustee estato W. M.
Gibsou, and tho first account of
Caroline J. Robinson and Lorrin A.
Thurston, exocutors estato J. N.
Robinson, wore referred to F. Wun
deuborg, master, for report.
S. C. Allen, by his attorney, F. M.
Hatch, has filed an answer to tho
complaintof Johu Nott against G. W.
Lincoln, S. C. Allen and W. C. Pea
cock, denying all tho allegations
therein and giving notice that among
other defenses he relies ou misjoin
der of parties defendant.
STRANGE AND BAD ACCIDENT.
The Driver of an Ice Wagon Fatally
Mr. Win. Hosier, tho driver of the
big ice wagon haulod by a double
team, belonging to the Union Ice
Works, met with a very serious acci
dent about 6:30 o'clock this morning.
Hosier was in the act of turning the
wagon around in front of the Union
Saloon on Merchant street, and had
his head turned one side looking to
tho roar, when his neck got caught
by the lamp post. His neck was
wrenched, as is supposed, so as to
burst his windpipe. Hosier was
taken to the office of Dr. J. Brodie,
where he was partly relieved of the
pain, and later taken to the Queen's
Hospital. On examination it was
also found that the man was bleed
ing internally, and at 10 o'clock the
skin under his right arm commenced
to puff out. Tho man could talk but
very little, and could swallow noth
ing, not even a glass of water. He
realized that his end was near, and
ho imparted to Mr. L. C. Abies,
manager of the Ice Works, informa
tion concerning tho settlement of
Wm. Hosior entered the employ
of the People's Ice & Refrigerating
Co. when that concern started, and
worked for the Union Ice Works
when tho companies amalgamated.
Ho is probably over 30 years of age.
The success of Mrs. Annie M.
Beam, of McKeesport, Pennsylvania,
iu the treatment of diarrhoea in her
children will undoubtedly bo of in
terest to many mothers. She says:
"I spent several weeks in Jonstown,
Pa., after tho great flood, on account
of my husband being employed
there. We had several children with
us, two of whom took the diarrhoea
very badly. I got somo of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy from Rev. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of them. I 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 the Hawai
HAWAIIAN COUNCIL NO. C39, AMEIl
lean Legion of Honor, meets THIS
(Inday) EVENING nt 7:30 o'clock, at
Harmony Hall. King strePt.
JOS. M. OAT,
FOK. S A.LE I
I HAVE FOH BALE
2000 PINEAPPLE PLANTS
FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT.
CAN BE SEEN AT MY SALESROOM.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al 8TEAMBHI1
' ' .AtTSTIL .AXjI.A. "
W'll.I. LEAVE HONOLULU
nm Tim auovk pout oh
Wednesday, Sept. 13th,
The uiideralfiied are now prepared to
Ihaiio Through Ticket from this city lo ull
point in the Unitud Btuuu.
Tor further iiariloulnrs roKurdliiK Kndnht
or l'Uktugo ap)l to
WM. 0. IRWIN
& CO., LU,
THE HEAL.ANI CREW.
Dornlcilod at tho Hotol - Prosuntation
C. W. Macfarlano, V. II. C. Greig,
Jno. D. Holt, E. Holt. Chris Holt,
aud Jaa. Sponcor (stroke), composing
tho six-oared crow of tho Healani
Boat Club, aro domiciled in quarters
on tho Hawaiian Hotel grounds. ,
Tho crow has begun notivo training,
pulling between sovon and eight
sprinting. They dino at the Hotel,
tho faro consisting of soft boiled
oggs, toast and cold ten, with mut
ton and boofstoak.
Just as tho mombors of tho crow i
woro about to sit down to their sim-'
plo faro yesterday ovoning,a number
of tho Healani club men called cm '
them. "W. H. C. Greig, who acted
as captain last year, in n few appro
priate remarks nrosontcd Jas. Spen
cer and Chris Holt, first and second
strokes, with two very pretty medals.
In tho couter of each of tho medals
are tho initials H. 13. C, surrounded
by a wreath. Two croed oars, un-'
dor which is tho date, '"Oct. 7, 1892,"
surmount the initials. Ou tho
back aro tho names and the res
pective positions. Eacli of tho crow
is to receivo a medal for winning tho i
cup lost year, but only two have ar
rived ns yot.
ZItso JTcnnto Fiaocr
Ohio City, Oliio.
Scrofula and All Ulood Diseases.
"I tako great ploasuro In chliz public tcj.
tlmonr to the valuo of Hood's SarsapariUa for
I havo suffered with IMi distressing troublo
for nearly ton j ears, ami hi that tliis havo tried
almost every racdlcirto recommended to mo
without any relief whatmer until, a'ter raueli
urging, I gave Hood's Sumpaillla n trial. It
has been of great benefit, and v.iU effect a per
manent euro. I say it all'poopb who sudor
from Scrofula, try Ilood'tbin.umillv, ti Mill
do yon gooJ." Miss Jcnme Tlaoeu, Ohio
City, Van Wert County, Ohio.
"My daughter, eleven cirs old, has been
troubled with scrotulo.n ciLiriUccrincoslio
was three years old. Tlirco ihs ilchin ci o her
no permanent relief. In the summer It com
mcDCCd cat Ins Into her nose. Wo bought
and gavo it to her and it has cured her, (or
which wo aro very thankful. Wo cot ono box
of Iloort's Pills and llko them cr much."
Mr.s. Daviu C. biintnL, c:unJlc(llc. Ohio.
HOOD'O PlLLO curoCooitlpatlonliTiestorlng
tha ixrlitatUo action of tho allmoaUry cauil,
HOBRON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian IsIiukK
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
ALL I'EHSONS HAVING ( LA1MS
against Kobert William Holt er
flonally are requested to present the vame
without delav nt the Ofllre of
UHUCE & A. J. OAimVltlGHT.
Honolulu, Aug. 20, 1KO. 8111 tf
M W rtwl
J. HOPP &. CO.
Beautiful - Articles
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
ZElegsirLt "." TJptLolster-y
In Finn .Sprit!;, Hair, Wool, Mosi und blriw Iuitrnsia
PILLOWS OF LIVE G1312SK PEATIIUKS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements lu Wire Mattresses, LouutJe & Sofa Beds, Dlvau Lounges aud Solas,
Great Variety ot Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles & High Clialrs,
Car- Our Ciililiiut-iuuklng Workshop iti Superior In Mi'ii ami Mutoriul -tat
luitNnuiiK and ii ai rm:ssKs m:i'.ini'.n ai ooon ai nlw.
IMatting Ijaid a.t Shortest lSTotioe.
OUR IMHCKH ALWAYH
No, T-C XCirxa Otrot(
Report of the Foreman "Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
Tanlruu, July 21, 1W2.
1'AUIKU. Eu.. Knclneer of Dis
trict No. 1, Ho. l'ucillo Co.
I find thnt the oil requires much les pig
ment than limcal to make a paint of the re
quisite coieriiiq and spreading (jitatilic. 100
fbs. of white lend will take no moro than 4
to i i;nla. of Unseed, while In my priming
coat, 1 get even better results with l to lu
eullons of I.ucol. and in mv spcoml coat
with 7 to 8 gallons of Lneof to 100 lbs. of
lead. This means n very mntcrial saving
(from one-third to ono-lmlf) lu the amount
of pigment necessary to cover a given sur
face. In my roof color I used less than 100 lbs.
of "car puint" (Princes Metallic ground In
oil where a roof of this size has always re
quired i!00 lbs. of car paint witli linseed oil.
f mixed my roof color with IS jfullons of
l.ucol to the 100 Ibi of pigment uiui got a
better body of color than Ieergnlwith
les than one-half that number of gallons
of linseed. I gie,ou simply the facts but
1 cannot understand or explain them.
'1 lie dning qualities of the new oil are
perfect. I lie print iwj coat with white lead,
dried strong and hard inide of -4 hours,
'lhe first coat for "and took the sand freely,
llrmly und in larger quantity than linseed
and dried hard inside of IM hours. The
sicond coat of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of 'M
hours. It covered perfectly and dried with
n tine smooth suriuee entiroly free from
wrinkles and blisters, and bore out remark
1 ably well - as to develop a tine lustre, giv
ing much better looking results thun 1
have ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on new wood. The car paint spread on the
roof was mixed with raw l.ucol and dried
perfectly in '2 hours, twithstatuling
that only onu-lialf the usual amount of
cnlur was used, the paint covered perfectly
and did not run. The accoikI coat of sand
tilled upbolidlj, taking up n larger quan
tity of band more evenly than 1 nave ever
gotten on to linseed.
'1 lie l.ucol has effected n saving of 215
lbs. of pigment or nearly one-thim of the
amount usually raqiilreu for a building of
With respect to the general appearance
of the Unlshed work, I must confess that 1
never saw its equal in two coat work with
linseed, and it the oil wears as well at
I Tailored as it lias worn with tho Muster
, Car Painter, Mr. Fitch, nt Bacraiuento,
theie cm he no question about the bUPK
KIul'ITV of Litcol met linseed, eten at the
! intite prin per aalloit, in 1CCUNOMY, (1U01)
l.OUKS imf in DUKA1III.1TV.
Signed j W. H. Mm.LVJS,
1 oicmuu Painter, Southern Pacific Co.
1 1 m
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
THE CIItClUT rOTJltT OF THE
In the matter of the E-t.itc
t of Eranct.1 M,
Nicoll, of Honolulu, Oahu, n
Creditors of the 'aid bankrupt aro here
1 by notilied to mine in and prove their
I debts before such Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit as shall he "it
ting at Chamber'., at Honolulu, on MON
DAV. the Uth day of September, lVii,
between the- hours of ten o'clock in the
forenoon and noon of the said day, and
elect nil Assignee or Assignee-), of the said
Uy the Court:
820-3t Deputy Clerk.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING 1IEEN
L appointed Assignee of the Bankrupt
Estate of Oeorgo Hans, of Wailuku, Maui,
by the Hon. A. N. Kcpoikai. Judge of tho
C'ircnit Court of the Second Circuit, hereby
gives notice to all persons having claims
against tho said Bankrupt Estate to pre
sent the cainri to said Circuit Court for
verification uitliin six mouths or they will
bo forever barred.
Assignee of the Bankrupt Estate of (ieorgo
Dated nt Wailuku. Muni, Sept. 1, 18U.T.
- iu - Antique - Oak
CHAIRS. T.t. . Et.-
THE I.OWLhl IN HnNUl.l If
For This Week Only !
SSO Fort Street, Honolulu.
GREAT REDUCTION IN
Wash -:- Materials !
13ust Quality Sateens, plain and figured
5 Yards for $1.00
Fine Quality Flowered and Striped Mull
Yards for $1'.00
Fancy Dress Ginghams, striped and plaid
S Yards for 1.00
Cotton Pongee, light and dark ground ; latest de
signs the entire line 0 Yards for $1.00
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable.
SC2 Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK 0NLY1
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholster j s Cabinet Making
ON HA.N1) A.N EXTENhlVK ASSORTMENT OF
iMrfSI i rV Ft
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OU DAMAGED OOODb KEl'T ON HAND
ordway" & porter,
Robinuou Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
BELL, TELEPHONE hX. - - MUTUAL TELEPHONE MS.
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
H!T?0., ETO., H3TO.,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
AT THE FAMOUh bTORE OK
IB. !F. EHCXjISIS &c go.
609 & B 1 1 PORT STK.H3H3T.
Canton Wash Calorics !
A liiinihoinii Cotton Kalirlo, New hlli" tills mmmiii; tlio i ilwtn ii-c fiii-HlinlliH of Clilut.
hilkn, to m c 1 1 1 m ii mi ant to upprtt'lato tiium
bilk tlliii.li jiutout n'nl I'liMii Ii lioncim arc llin lliii'-l mid tho cniztiof tlm nrnwu.
Cashmere Sublimes SO Cents Yard t
Ontuil the liuiiilsonmst n-li .Miitt'rinla tilth -ca-on entirely huh mid
foi the jirire Iim no mpiul.
"Wliite Lawns azid IDimity I i-
In I'lttln, btriptl uml Clieuked ill Krent varlet). "
t?r Dressmaking Under the Manigemoat ol MRS. IlENNER. 3
Royal Insurance Company
! "The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
Mr rlik ou nil LintU of Inturum e l'ropcrtv tnkwi ul Oitrteiit Kink, b)
kvM lir ill lUwtlUai Ulkiuii.
I. ' 'w'"
Etc, Etc., Etc