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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FKOM AND AFTKK JUNE 1, 18!)3.
To Ewa Mii.u
Loavo Honolulu 8:45 1:45
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TI DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1893.
Thursday, Sept. 28.
Stmr Jamoi Mulcce from Kapaa
Btmr J A Cummin from Wuimanalo
Stmr Kaala from Waiunao
TuuiwiiAY, Sept. 28.
Stmr James Makcu for Kupua
Schr Lavinia for Laic
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Hnw 4-manted sehr Americana, Foster, for
St Nazairo, France
Stmr Mikahala for Lahaina, Maalaca, Kona.
Kau and Volcano at 10 a in
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Kaala 1100 bags"of sugar.
Stmr J A Cummins 1350 bags sugar.
Stmr Jas Jlakeo U5 bags rice, 7 mats
brans, 1 horse and 30 pkgs sundries.
From Kapaa, per stmr James Makco,
Sept 28 P A Dias, J F Kapoxo and 0 on
The pile driver was at work this morning
on the lower end of the Olaudine's wharl.
The schooner Lavinia sailed this nftcr
noon for l.aie with 50 tons of coal for Ka
The British bark Darra, now lying at the
O. 11. k L. Co.'s wharf, is expected to finish
discharging her cargo of uoul in about two
weeks. Her next port of destination will
The steamer J. A. Cummins arrived this
morning from Heeia with 1350 bugs ot
sugar, and this afternoon she was engaged
in emptying them into the barkentine Dis
covery, now lying in naval row.
The Japanese steamer Aikoku Maru will
flirts h discharging her cargo of coal to
morrow. About 100 Japanese will leave by
her on Monday next, 40 of whom are now
in this city, and the rest are expected from
the othor islands on Sunday by the island
Notwithstanding the large catch of
sharks reposed on the water front every
day, it is safe to assume that the environ
ments around the wharf, both on land and
sea, can yet yield an inexhaustible supply.
The largpst catch lately reported is that
made by Mr. T. Cooke, the very popular
and obliging Custom House guard.
LOCAL AND QENEItAD NEWS.
Tho Koalin mill will cotnmonco
grinding on Monday uoxt.
D'mmond Hond, 8 p. m. Woathor
oloudy: wind, frosh northeast.
Delicious pigeon pio was tbo piece'
de-resistance at tho lioavor Saloon to
day. Nativo Fans and Island Curios in
groat varioty at tho Elito Ico Croauj
Tho furniture to bo sold at tho
Arlington rooms will bo on view all
A call to " liro cruartors" was rung
on tho U. S. S. Adams at 11:30
o'clock last night.
Remombor tho Mutual Tolophono
Company's annual meeting takes
placo to-morrow (Friday) at 10
o'clock a. iii;
A special mooting of tho Sailors'
Homo Trusteos will bo hold at tho
Chambor of .Commerce to-morrow
(Friday) at 11 a. in.
. Tho water main noar tho Auwaio
limu bridge, reported as running to
wasto by tho Bulletin tho other
day, has boon ropairod.
A nowspaper priutod in Hawaiian
to bo known as tho " Aloha Aina,"
will bo issued from tho Aylott prom
ises, Fort street, in a few days.
Tho annual meeting of tho Oahu
Cemetery Association has been post
poned until to-morrow (Friday), at
10:30 o'clock a. in. A full attendance
Two natives, Kahaua and Maalo,
were convicted in tho District Court
to day for using profano language
to Mr. W. B. Ash and sentenced to
pay linos of S10 each.
Four marines, including ono ser
geant and throe bluejackets, wore
transferred from tho U. S. cruiser
Boston to tho U. S. S. Adams, prior
to tho former's departure.
Tho contract for supplying the
Board of Health with drugs for tho
onsuini; year has been awarded to
Messrs. Hobron, Newman & Co., the
aggregate boing about $1000.
Thorn will be a concert to tho
young folks at tho Y. M. C. A. Fri
day evening. During tho program
there will bo a third exhibition in
club swinging by Prof. Tunny.
There will be a mooting of tho St.
Andrews' Church Association at 7:30
o'clock this eveninc in tho Sunday
schoolroom. A short literary and
musical program will bo rendered.
Mr. Jas. F. Morgan will resume
tho sale, of rugs, linens, handker
chiefs, dross patterns, suitings, etc.,
at tho Arlington rooms on Saturday
evening. Good bargains are certain.
School taxes " " 1,750 00
Attorney-Goneral's Donl 2,289 35
Expenses placing loan '03. .. 20 00
Treasury balance 160,800 02
Outstanding Bonds J2.018.OO0 00
Duo 1) v P. 8. Bank 543,717 37
Treasury and 1. M. G. notes.. 220,000 00
Not Indebtedness 91,317 37
This amount of $150,412.0.r
has been advanced from
current account for im
provements under Loan
Account, against which
there has been repaid tho
niuountof 140,000 00
from bonds sold and Sav
ings Bank deposit.
Amount duo goneral Treasury
this dato from Loan Act, . .
P. 8. DANK MKMO.
Due depositors $ 543,717 37
Notices of withdrawals matur
ing September, Octobor,
November and Docember.. 20,288 00
Cash on hand 22,039 92
PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT MEMO.
Exponses Provisional Govorn-
rnenttodato $ 120,495 80
Tills amount covers all expenses Includ
ing military and others not appropriated
by the last Legislature.
MEMO CABH IN TREASURY.
Outstanding certificates to ro
decm wlileh thoro is a cor
responding coin doposit in
the treasury ?
Certificates withdrawn from
circulation and deposited
for safe keeping 28,000 00
Postal Savings Bank Balance.
Hoad Board fund in Treasury.
School Board fund in Troasury
Available cash as above
Total cash $ 272,09145
occur next season and it should bo
provided ngainst in advaueo.
Mr. Young spoko of tho expon
sivouoss of pumping water by steam,
and referred to tho time it would
take to got water pipes from Eug
land. Tho alcohol bill was takon up aud
passed socond roadiug with au
amendment moved by Ministor
Tho Board of Health land bills
camo up on first reading. That of
the Judiciary Committeo was pro
forred and passed by sections.
On motion of Mr. Brown tho
crown lands bill was doforrod till
Minister Damon road a letter from
tho Tax Assessor, stating that it was
impossible to have tho books ready
for inspection by Octobor 1, and ro
quosting that tho time should be
changed to November 1. The Minis
ter said tho Assessor aud his assist
ants woro working hard. Ho had
instructed him to bo careful, owing
to the low price of rico, in assessing
tho Chinese owners of plantations
so as not to rato thorn too high. He
submitted a bill in accordance with
tho roquosfc of tho Assessor.
Minister Smith moved tho first
reading of tho bill, supporting tho
motion with further explanations.
Mr. Brown moved a suspension of
tho rules to pass the bill on second
Tho bill was road a second time
Mr. Morgan asked for throo weeks'
leave of absence, which was grauted.
Tho Councils adjourned at 3:07.
Leads the Way
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
Tancred, July 21, 1892.
A P. Q. Soldier Dies of Inflammation
of the Bowels.
Frank Gorard,a corporal in the P
Gr. army, died at the Queen's Hospi
tal last night of inflammation of tho
bowels. Ho was about twenty-six
years of ago. The flags at the Exo-
cutivo ana J ucliciary uuilamgs wore
placed at halfmast to-day, out of
respect to the deceased. The funer
al took place at 3 o'clock this after
noon from tho Government build
ing, Rev. E. G. Beckwith conduct
ing the services. The P. G. baud
headed the cortege, followed by a
detachment of fifty guards under
Captain Zeigler. Lieut. Coyne in
command of a company of twouty
six guards followed, succeeded by a
guard of honor under Lieut. Paul
Smith. Rov. E. G. Beckwith pro
ceded the hearse. Col. J. H. Sopor,
commander, and Major J. AV. Pratt
in a buggy followed the hearse.
Friends of the deceased came after
in carriages. Tho interment was in
tho Nuuauu Cemotory.
JOHN WAS AFTER EGGS.
Mr. F. A. Schaofor, Consul for
Italy, and Mr. H. Ronios, Consul for
Mexico, visited tho flagship Phila
delphia this morning, aud on retir
ing received tho customary salutes.
Tho work of plowing Allen street,
inauka of the Custom House, com
menced to-day. The road running
down to the new Fort street, wharf,
on tho Waikiki side of tho Custom
House, is nearly completed.
Two Chinamen pleaded guilty to
a charge of gaming before Judge
Kobortson this morning, and weio
sentenced to pay fines of S15 each.
Wong Leong appealed on a $150 fine
for having opium in possession.
Ex-Capt. H. Juen will succeed Mr.
L. A. Andrews as Deputy Sheriff of
Makawao, Maui, his commission dat
ing from Oct. 1st. Mr. Andrews has
accepted tho position of senior Cap
tain on tho Honolulu Police force.
But a Faithful Watch
A Chiuamau who gave the name
of Ah Liu was caught prowling
about tho promises of Mr. Tlios.
Christloy last night. Mr. Christloy's
attention was attracted by tho bark
ing of his dog about 10:30 o'clock,
and going out ho saw tho animal
scratching at tho barn door. All of
a sudden a Chinaman bolted through
tho door, and made an attempt to
reach tho street, but tho dog nipped
his leg, aud Mr. Christloy was given
a chance to grapple tho prowlor. A
struggle that ensued mado ouough
uproar to attract a mounted patrol
man, who escorted tho Chinaman to
tbo Station. On investigation noth
ing was found missing, but it is ho
llered Ah Liu was after eggs, as
sevoral ompty bags woro found in
Two of the sixteen Chinamen ar
rested for assaulting a Chinese in
former and two polico officers, wero
found guilty yesterday in tho Dis
trict Court. They wero convictod
of assaulting tho informer and sen
tenced to pay a fine of $25 each.
A Gorman named Mancoll, who
resides in a cottage on the banks of
Nuuauu stream near tho one-mile
bridge, was arrested this morning
for threatening to shoot a couple of
natives. Tho natives reported that
thoy woro working in tho vicinity
when Mancell camo out with au
ugly looking revolver and pointed it
at them. Tho natives " scat." Cap
tain Laugloy found tho Gorman
asleep when he made tho call. Tho
captain took a revolver as a precau
tion when ho wont to make tho
Regular Gonoral Session of the Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils,
Tho regular weekly sossion of tho
Executive and Advisory Councils
was called to ordorat 1:13 this after
noon by acting President Hatch,
with whom wero present: Ministers
King, Damon nnd Smith; Council
lors C. Brown, H. "Watorhotif-e, W.
F. Allen, J. Einmeluth, C. Bolle, E.
D. Teuuoy, A. Young, E. Suhr, John
Nott, J. F. Morgan and John Ena.
Dr. Rodgors, secretary, load tho
minutes of last meeting.
Minister Damon presented tho
wookly financial statement us fol
lows: Financial Statement for the Week
Eniunu dlU'TKMUlilt 27, 1803.
Current account balance Bupi.
20, IRUI $ 130,(117 11
Tho Enterprise Mill.
Tho Entorpriso Mill, Mr. Peter
High, proprietor, is rucoiving a gen
eral overhauling, and extousivu im
provements are being made to it.
Tho one hundred honso power engine
recently purchased from tho Puciflo
Iron Works Co. has buou placed in
position, and the shutting lias boon
rc-arranged. Tho shafting which
iiroviously wus located undor the
floor has boon removed niul placed
overhead. The mill will recommence
work uoxt wook,
Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank
Bulu of Government Bonds .
5. 155 OU
$ 1(10,710 U'l
Jnilcliiry t b 15
Publlu Works 317 Ml
Water Works . . . 312 0)
Hoard of Health I (.'.I 15
ltoad ilumiiifi'H ,. 1,000 00
lm-auu Auyluiu 'MM
Lighting utroui I b0
Kluuiivu, Interest., 1,5hj 00
ltuuil tUXUa lOkpeululUupOalt,. 1,012 Oil
Ministor Damon said thoro was
somo demand on the part of the
public that wo should have somo
better facilities, or more frequent
transmission of mails to and from
San Francisco. Mr. J. G. Rothwoll
of the P. O. bureau having had loave
of absence for a month was instruct
ed to see tho postmasters of Victoria
and Vancouver, and make inquiries
as to the feasibility of having mails
sent and receivod by way of those
points; also to ascertain if anything
could bo done toward promoting a
parcels post system with England,
a matter that had been talked of for
some years. Mr. Rothwell had re
ported on his mission, and ho would
road tho report. He had seen tho
Post Office Inspector of British
Columbia, and was assured that
everything possible would bo done
to accommodate the Hawaiian Isl
ands. The postmaster at Seattle
was willing to help tho scheme, but
would have to ask for instructions
from Washington, which ho would
do. The Minister read the report of
Mr. Rothwoll, and asked for the
opinion of tho Councils on the ques
tion of a parcels post with both
England and Canada.
On motion the action of tho Min
ister was approved, and he was au
thorized to proceed with negotia
tions for tho proposed extension of
tho mail service.
Mr. Brown asked the Minister of
Finance if there was any truth in
tho report of a combination between
tho Oceanic Steamship Co. and the
companies operating the Chinese
Minister 'Damon had heard that
the Chineso lines had raisod passon
gor rates, but was not aware of the
existence of a combination beyond
Mr. Suhr, speaking as a represent
ative of tho agents of the Chineso
lines, said their instructions wero
simply to increase the rates, but
thoy Knew nothing 01 any combina
tion with the Oceanic Steamship
Mr. Morgan asked if a remission
of port dues was not given to the
Minister Damon replied that whore
tho freight amounted to less than
ton tonB the Collector-General re
mitted wharfage dues.
Mr. Suhr said tho steamers had to
pay full duos whether they had
small or largo quantities of freight
Minister Damon was surprised to
hear this statement, as tho Collector-
General had consulted him on the
matter, and tho instructions to that
official woro as previously stated.
Ministor Smith for the Judiciary
Committee reported, recommending
amendments to tho bill relating to
the taking of lands for the uses of
tho Board of Health. Received.
Mr. Brown reported from tho same
committeo on a bill relating to
crown lauds introduced in July, re
commending a substitute bill copies
of which wore on the desks of mem
Mr. Watorhouso raised tho ques
tion as to what was being done to
remedy tho scarcity of water. It
was ono of tho most important mat
ters to tho public the Government
had to deal with.
Minister King said they should
have to wait till it rains.
Mr. "Watorhouso considered work
should bo dono now on tho reser
Mr. Emmoluth spoko of tho scarc
ity of water in tho part of tho towu
whoro ho lived.
Minister Damon said the Govern
ment would havo put down more
wells if thoro woro water mains to
receivo tho additional pressure
The mains on Beretania streets woro
only 1-inch ones, and the result of
putting a strong pressure in thorn
might be disastrous.
Mr. Smith attributed tho defect
iveness of tho water syBtom to the
frequent changos of administration.
One Minister of tho Interior dis
carded tho nlans of his predecessor.
Money was voted from ono biennial
period to another, but the cross
purposes of successive Ministers
prevent tho public benefit iutended
from being realized. The bureau of
water works should iu some way
bo mado independent enough to
carry out somo definite plan of im
provement, rognrdloss of changes of
administrations in general, lie re
ferred to tho delay of these many
years iu supplying the Kaliht suburbs
Niter, mo manor 01 unprov-
Bon of Harry K. ltuby, of Columbia, Pa,,
Suffered From Birth
With a Severe Form of
" Until my boy was six years of ago he was
from birth a terrible unffcrrr from scrofu
lous humor. Sores would appear on him and
spread until as Large a a Iollnr nnd then
discharge, followed by others, so that tho larger
part of his body was one mn of nren all
tho time, especially severe on liU lttu nnd liaclc
of his ears and on his head. Tho liutnor bad a
very offensive odor, and caused
We cannot tell how that poor boy suHered In
all those years. Physicians did not effect a
cure. At last I decided to give hlra Hood's
Barsaparllla, as my druggUt recommended
It. In about two weeks tho Sarsaparllla began
to have effect. The sores commenced to heal
up; tho flesh began to look morn natural and
healthy. Then the scales camn oil ami all over
hH body new and healthy tie ill and sl;ln f 01 mod.
When ho had taken two bottlei ha wai entirely
free from sores, having only tho .scarH to show
where they had been. These havo all disap
peared, we are unable to express our thanks
for tho good
has done our little boy." Haiikt K. Runv,
Box 3fiG, Columbia, Pennsylvania.
UOOD'S TILLS euro Constipation 1t restop
lng th perliUltle action of the alltuentarr canal
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Hoard of Trustees of tho Honolulu
Sailoih' Home Society will he held at the.
Room of the Chamber of Commerce TO
MORROW, Sept. 29, 189.1, at 11 o'clock
A. M. F. A. S0HAEFER,
rpHE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
. Mutual Telephone Company will he
held at the Company's Building, on FRI
DAY, September 29lh, at 10 a. 111.
J. U. lSKttliKK,
lATri.M, v.., R....t.,
trict No. 1, So. l'aelfle Co,
Ijiml thnt the oil renircs much lets pig
ment (Ami linseed to make paint of the re
quisite coierina and smeading qualities. 100
lbs. of whlto lead will take no more than 4
to XA B&ls. ' linseed, while in my priming
coat, 1 get oven better results with t) to lu
gallons of Lueol, and in my second coat
with 7 to 8 gallons of I.ueof to 100 lbs. of
lead. This means a very material baving
(from one-third to one-half) iu the amount
of pigment necessary to cover a given sur
face. In my roof color I used less than 100 lbs.
of "car paint" (Princes Metallic ground in
oil) whero a roof of this size has always re
quired L'OO lbs. of car paint with linseed oil.
I mixed my roof culor with 18 gallons of
Lucol to tho 100 lbs. of pigment and got a
better body of color than 1 ever got with
less than one-half that number of gallons
of linseed. 1 give you simply the facts but
1 cannot understand or explain them.
The drying qualities of the now oil are
perfect. The priming coat with white lead,
dried strong aud hard inside of 'J4 hours.
The first coat for sand took the sand freely,
linnly and in larger quantity than linseed
and dried hard inside of 21 hours. The
second coat of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack insido of 21
hours. It covered perfectly and dried with
a line smooth surface entirely free from
wrinkles and blisters, and bore out remnrk
nbly well so as to develop a fine lustre, giv
ing much better looking results than I
have ever gotten witli two coats of linseed
on new wood. Tho car paint spread on the
roof was mixed with raw Lucol and dried
perfectly in 21 hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-half the usual amount of
color was used, the paint covered perfectly
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
eao Port Street, X3on.olu.lu.
Big Cut in Children's Dresses !
FIVE SPECIAL BARGAINS!
Children's "White Cambric Dresses for
Children's "White Cambric Dresses with Embroidery
Children's Pine White Cambric Dresses with Lace
and Embroidery Trimmings 1
Children's White Cambric Dresses, Fancy Trim
mings, stylish make 2
Children's Colored Silk Cloaks 1
S Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY I
mill flid iwit run Tlit, wuimm! nniit nf unml
' filled up solidly, taking up a larger quan
tity of saud more evenly than 1 have ever
gotten on to linseed.
The Lucol bus ellected a saving of 215
lbs, of pigment or noarly one-third of the
amount usually required for n building of
i this size.
With rospect to the general appearance
of the finished work, I must confess that I
' never saw its equal In two coat work with
I linseed, and if the oil wears as well at
Tailored as it has worn with the Master
Car Painter, Mr. Fitch, at Sacramento,
I there cvm he no attrition about the SUl'E-
ItlUUIT t 0 Lucol over linseed, even at the
same iirict per gallon, in ECONOMY, GOOD
LOOKS iiu m DUKAHIL1TY.
Signed W. H. MELLUS,
buremnn I'ninter, Southern 1'ncitlc Co.
Ki 11 II B C B
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN EXTENSIVE AH8011TMENT OF
i - :iri
Bedroom Salts, mMm
me. irwin 4 at.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
THE FINE JAPANESE STEAMER
lenvH Honolulu for the above
on or about
-MONDAY, OCT. 2, 1893.
KAWAIAHAO SEM1NAKY HAS Es
tablished a Domestic Dri'Mitmknt
and is prepared to take orders for jellios, i
bread and cakes. All orders for fruit cake l
for Thanksgiving nnd ( hristtnns should be
sent at once. 821) lm
1 For further particulars regarding
Passage nnd Freight, apply to
K. OG-URA & CO.,
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO 8KCOND-HAND Oil DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORD W A Y & " -"PORTEK,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 525. -
- MUTUAL TELEPHONE mi.
M. S. LEVY.
Near Hotel Street.
The Great Clearance
Saturday, September 23, 1893.
HAS JI'ST ItCCKIVE!) IIV LATE ARRIVALS
Direct from China I Finest Mountain Quality! Superior to Any
thing Ever Sold in Honolulu!
Camphor Trunks Fittrtl with Patent Detective Locks,
Latent Styles Chinese Jiambon Chairs and Lounges,
Beautiful Patterns Chinese Silk and Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Alwayn on hand a Choice Axiortnn'iit of Cashmeres, Twecdf, Etc., Etc.
Low Prloea a-ncl aood BUt Quaranteod
im:. s. levy
lug tlio wutar auppiy ougiii 10 do
nttoiulod to boforo uoxt summer.
Thoro would nhortly bo raiu ami tho
MnUiki puinpiiiK plant bo iu work
in K ordoi, but tho roliof thun pro
inUod would only bo for tho nrusout
tliuo, A uow uocostiity wan liablo to
LOVETOY &. CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
l-'OK THE SALE OF
C, Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle. Sam" Wine Cellars, ft'upn City.
Frodericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Jose, Cat., fT. S, A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
-'America's Finest Production, Jtich and Mellow.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform anil Jteliahle.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Drinks.
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OF
IB. IE EHLEBS s GO.
BOB & 511 PORT STTMBET.
Canton "WsLsfa. Fsilorios !
A handsome Cotton Fabric; New Styles thin neason; the ellects am fuosimiles of China
KIIIck; to mi thum menus to appreciate them.
Bilk finish jiibt out; real Frciu-h design are the liuest and tho crate of the oiu.
Oaalirxiore Su.Tolim.es 20 O exits Yard I
One of thi handsomest Wash Materials this season entirely new and
for the 1'rlc.n has no cxual.
"Wliite Lawns axici Dimity I
In IMaiu, Btrijiod and Cheeked Iu great variety.
tW DrftstMtaklna Under Uie Msuiatjemout of MRS. RENNEll. .fltrj
Tliosu (loods uro Uiiaritntend FlraUvliiiiH in tivery ruxneut and aro
aalu ut Very Heasoimblu 1'rleus,
Mutual TfcLmio.Ni: 1H)S
-1W Oitkji: Uov 1117
Royal Insurance Company
" The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
in the World."
: : $42,432,174.00
Klrr rlbkk.ui nil kind of limuruuec I'ropertv lakmi nt Current Hliki b
J. 3. W-.A.IILiICEJIR.,
&Klll for thf UtWtiUu UUllrfk.