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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KHOM AND AFTER JUNK 1. HTO.
To Ewa Mim..
Leave Pearl City...
Arrive Kwa Mill...
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43
Leave Pearl Olty 0:55 11:15 4:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55
A. Rnturdays only.
B. - Daily.
O. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays oxcoptfcl.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, OCT. 6, 1893.
Friday, Oct. H.
Gor bk J C 1'lluger, Wolters, 165 days from
Kulir Maliimnhi from Wnialua
Fkuuy, Oct. 0.
Bktno Plnutor, Dow, for San Francisco
Am bkt W H
Dimond, Nilson, for San
Soiir Moi Wnhiito for Koliaia and Kohola
lele Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
JSrit bk Darra, Peterson, for Tacoma
For Yokohama, per Jap S S Aikoku
Maru, Out 5-0 Holgate, O B Morton, O 1
Benson, Martin Joyce, and 71 Japanese
steerage passengers 50 men and 15 women.
For Maui per stmr Claudine. Oct 51. F
Hughes, J Hoting, P A Dias, K Bray, Mrs
Muller, Mrs Mckenzie, V Scott, YAdochi,
Miss Eva Smith, Kov J K Iosepa, it V
Meyer, Quong Fong.
No sign of the steamer Mikahala at
o'uIouk p. in.
The British bark Darra, Capt. Peterson,
will sail to-morrow for Tacoma in ballast.
The bark J. O. Pfluger from Bremen ar
rived in port to-day. An account of hor
voyage appears elsewhere.
The barkentine V. H. Dimond, Captain
Nilson, took 251 tons of rice, valued at $2 1,
250, to San Francisco this morning.
The barkentine Planter sailed tins morn
ing ior San Francisco with 915 cases of
bananas shipped by tho Hawaiian Banana
Co. Domestic value, $157.50.
The schooner Moi Wahino sailed this
aftornoon for Kohala and Koholalele with
a lot of grain. She is expected to bring
back a load of sugar.
The American ship Topgallant finished
unloading her cargo of lumber for Alien &
Robinson yesterday. She will sail for Port
Townsend in ballast, and may not be ex
pected to leave before Saturday next.
The Japanese ship Aikoku Maru, Capt,
Furukawa, sailed yesterday evening for
Yokohama, with 71 Japanese and 4 Euro
pean passengers in steerage. She took 211
kegs of molasses, valued at $K54, which
was shipped by Itohan.
The steamer V. G. Hall came oh" the
Marine Itailway this afternoon. The
schooner Haleakala was immediately taken
up for repairs. The schooner Mini will
also be taken up for cleaning before her de
parture for tho Gilbert Island-,.
The barkentine Discovery, Capt. Chris
tiansen, sailed yesterday for ban Fran
cisco. The following is a list of her cargo:
4510 bags sugar, shipped by H. Hackfelu fc
Co.; 17i(ido., M. S. Urinbaum &, Co.; 243
bunches bananas, Campbell, Marshall &
Co. Domestic value, $20,815.78.
ALLEGED POLICE EXTORTION.
Several Cases Against Bluecoats for
Police Oilicor G. W. Logan was
arrested on a warraut yesterday
afternoon charging him with extor
tion. It will bo remembered J. L.
Xavier, a Chinese informer, was ar
rested the other day for extortion.
It has-leaked out that Xavier, in or
der to clear himself, has put tho
blame on Logan, and consequently
there will be a little fun 111 the
camp. The Chinaman who makes
the charge alleges that both officers
extorted money from him.
A similar case canio up in the Dis
trict Court yesterday when H. Ka
ouli, a special, was tried for extort
ing money from a native lad. Tho
evidence of the prosecution was to
tho effect that Keawo had given the
lad $13.50 to take to his wife, and
while on tho way the special had
pounced on tho lad, thinking the
money was che fa prizes for winners.
Tho two wore the only witnesses,
and of course tho special was dis
charged. Only a little while back threo
other specials wore tried for the
Arrival of the J. 0. Pflugor.
Tho Gorman bark J. C. Pflugor,
Captain Woltors, came into port this
forenoon and docked at tho P. M. S.
S. Co.'s wharf, after a rathorlongthy
passage of 155 days from Bremen.
On coining to anchor off the P. M.
S. S. wharf, tho crew of the bark
Paul Isenberg gavo threo rousing
cheers of welcome, which wus res-
Jionded to by tho crow of tho J. C.
.'flugor. The J. C. Pflugor was
sighted twenty milos off Diamond
Head yesterday, and she laid off and
on until this morning when she
came in. She brought a general
cargo of merchandise to II. Hack
fold & Co.
The J. C. Pflugor loft Bremen on
the 4th of May uud passed tho equa
tor on the 14th of June. On tho
26th of July, while rounding the
Horn, she encountered very bad
woathor, which resulted in tho carry
ing away of her foretopgallaut must.
She rouahod tho equator in the
South Pauilic, Sept. 10th, and arrived
nt this port to-day, Oct. (Jtli. Tim
voyago to tho Horn and uftor puss
iutf it was uuevuutful.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A pound notice nppoars olsowhoro,
A situation is wanted by a young
"Ilaniwai" tho family bathing ro
sort at Waikiki.
For ohoap firewood, of first rato
quality, go to J. F. Colburn.
Native Fans and Island Curios in
groat variety at tho Elite Ice Croam
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Woathor
hazy; wind, frosh northeast; schoon
er Mahimahi off port.
Jockey Morton left for the Orient
yesterday evening on tho Japanese
steamer Aikoku Mam.
Tho P. G-. band will givo a string
orchestral concort at tho Hotol this
oveniug at 7:30 o'clock.
There will bo no baseball game to
morrow afternoon on account of tho
boat race at Poarl City.
Neckties for tho boat raco may bo
obtained at M. Goldborg's, corner
Fort uud Merchant streots.
Tho yacht Holono with a number
of pooplo on board sailod out to tho
Miowora yostorday nftcrnoon.
Tho P. G. band will play at tho
championship raco on the Pearl City
Peninsula to-morrow aftornoon.
On account of tho boat raco, thore
will bo no cricket match to-morrow.
Practice is open to any mombors
Our lady readers should make a
point of calling at Mr. W. C.
Sproull's and inspecting his now toa
and sideboard cloths.
Photographic fionds were plenti
ful around tho city front the past
two days getting "shots" at the
Miowera on tho reef.
A number of pooplo, including
clerks in business houses, have their
meals regularly in tho basement of
the Executive building.
Numerous complaints have been
made about boys destroying plants
at Thomas Square, and a special
watch will bo kept there.
The U. S. Philadelphia had au in
teresting boat drill in tho passage
this morning1. A large crowd watch
ed the maneuvers from shore.
To-morrow (Saturday) at 12 o'clock
noon, Mr. L. J. Levey will hold a
special auction sale of foreign and
domestic fruit, including part of the
cargo ex Miowera.
A capital chance to visit tho
stranded Miowera is offered by Mr.
Lind. His steam launch carries pas
sengers to and from tho steamer at
a low rate. Seo advt.
Mr. Oyster will bo 0110 of tho most
welcome arrivals by tho Australia
to-morrow. Ho will put up at tho
Beaver Saloon, and be put down by
Mr. Nolte's patrons.
Mr. W. F. Reynolds, of the Goldon
Rule Bazaar, left on the Kinau last
weok for a brief visit to Wailuku.
Ho intends returning on the steam
er Mikahala this oveniug.
The mail bags for Vancouver, B.
C, which arrived by the S. S. Mio
wera, have been piled up on tho
niauka side of the Post Oilico build
ing, it looks like another sandbag
A police officer is tho proud pos
sessor of a Peruvian dollar and a
Waterhouse load half dollar. Those
were found in the pockots of Aikua
laui, the leper bandit, who was shot
at Ewa by the police.
Mr. D. W. Kekona gave a luau at
his Palama residonce at noon to-day
in honor of the third anniversary of
tho birth of his son. A large 1111m-
borof mvitod friends wore prosont
to join in tho festivities.
A map showing the survey of tho
passage and the relative positions
of tho S. S. Miowera on tho reof
from Oct. 3 to 5, drawn by Mr. C. J.
Lyons, is on exhibition in a window
of tho Hawaiian News Co.'s store.
Nigel Jackson, bootblack, received
a passport to leave on the barkentine
Discovery .yesterday morning lor the
Coast. A creditor stopped it about
noon, but iu the afternoon Jackson
made settlement and is now working
his passage to the Coast.
Throe desorters havo boon re
ported from the British bark Darra.
Captain Peterson says this is tho
first time ho has had any trouble
with his proaout crow. They asked
for $5 apiece on Wednesday even
ing and yostorday morning turned
Tho eleven Japanese who wore im
plicated iu the murder of a Japanese
officer at Ewa plantation aud woro
exonerated iu the District Court,
left on tho Japanese steamer Aikoku
Maru yesterday ovoning. Thoy were
assisted out of tho country by co
laborers at Ewa.
High Prices for Postage Btampu,
Tho largo sum of 080 (S.'M-10) has
just boon paid for two stamps, name
ly, tho penny rod and tho twopenny
bluo of Mauritius of 1817, with the
words "Post OHice" on tho loft side.
Thero nre only two othor specimens
of these stamps known in England,
both of which are in tho Tapling
Collection in tho British Mtisotim.
In tho world there aro some four
teen known copies in all, but they
are in collections of tho highest re
pute, such of thoso of Baron Roths
child, Le Cotnto do Ferrary, Dr.
Legrniio, etc., and aro novur likoly
to come into the market.
For a lamo back or for a pain in
the side or chest, try saturating a
piucu of uautiol with (Jhamberlaiu's
t'ain Balm and binding it onto the
alToutod parts. This treatment will
euro any ordinary case in one or two
days. 1'ain Balm also mires rlitmin
atiBin. 50 cent bottles for sale by
all dealers, Bousou. Smith & Co,,
agut4 for the Hawaiian Ulauds.
Sundry Pending Oases Supremo
Judgo Cooper has hoard petition
for approval of final accounts and
discharge of G. W. C. Jones and
David Dayton, oxocutora of tho will
of Harriet Moddlos Jones. Thoy ask
od to bo allowed $1226.79 and charg
ed thouiBolvos with $877.75. Tho
accounts nro allowed, but, as tho
ostato owes Mr. Jonos $269.14 and
Mr. Dayton $91.90, tho executors are
Hearing of S. Norn's vs. E. do
Horblay is sot for Thursday noxt at
10 a. m.
Following tho decision of tho Su
premo Court in tho Banning ostato
case that "an appeal lios to a jury
in probato matters only upon issues
touching tho validity of a will or tl.o
descent of property" B. R. Banning
by his attorney, J. A. Magoon, has
filed a discontinuanco of his appoal
from Judgo Cooper's decision at
chambers to tho Circuit Court. A
stipulation of counsel was previous
ly filed that tho appeal to tho Su
premo Court from Judgo Cooper's
decision on other phases of tho case
may bo board m vacation.
Honrv Smith, master, roports on
tho accounts of the Lunalilo Estate
previously summarised in this paper.
He finds small clerical errors and, if
his reading of the law is correct,
overcharges of commissions amount
ing to $4.75. The Lunalilo Home
has cost $629.90 less last year than
tho previous one. Invostmonts for
1891-2 wore $192,917.95, and for tho
year covering tho present account
thoy are $185,590.67, which accounts
for the large cash balance of $7,
302.41 in hand.
Tho Supreme Court has rendered
a unanimous decision by Judge
Bickorton in tho case of tho Provi
sional Government vs. Sam Gee and
four others, who appealed to tho
Circuit Court of tho Second
Circuit from conviction for
maintaining and conducting a lot
tery. The Circuit Judgo order
ed the caso struck from the calendar
because tho appeal was not perfect
ed, inasmuch as the records sent up
from tho District Court did not
show that notice of appeal had been
filed as required by Section 68 of
the Judiciary Act. Following the
decision of April 27, 1893, in tho
caso of Mary Kaleialii et al. vs. M.
S. Grinbaum et al., the Court decides
that the Circuit Judge was right in
striking off the case. Deputy Attorney-General
G. K. Wilder for the
prosecution; J. L. Kaulukou for de
fendants. Tho case of Aiau and Ah Fan,
gaming, argued on the same grounds
as the foregoing case, is held to fall
under the same decision.
Conviction for Selling Okolehao
Aftor a few minor cases wore dis
posed of, the case against Ah Shoa
aud Ah Wai, for selling spirituous
liquor in Honolulu on Sept. 25th
last, came up in tho District Court
this morning. Defendants pleaded
not guilty. Ki, the first witness
placed on the stand, testified to hav
ing seen dofendants in a house at
Kalihi, where he went to buy okolo
hao. The witness paid Ah Shea
sixty cents for the bottlo, tho pay
ment being made with a marked
dollar. The officer came in aftor the
transaction and made the arrest.
The evidonco of the other witnesses
following corroborated that of the
first one, and the defendants having
no defonso to offer, tho Court found
Ah Wai not guilty and ordered him
discharged, but found Ah Shoa
guilty and sentenced him to pay a
fine of $150 and $1.30 costs.
Kaohihanaole, who was found
guilty by the Supreme Court on
October 6th lost of tho charge of
maintaining a lottery and was sen
tenced to pay a fine of $250 and
$18.50 costs, was this morning or
dered discharged from custody un
der Soc. 2, Chap. 51 of the Penal
Code, it appearing to Magistrates
Robertson and Wilcox that he has
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
Tho undersigned has just
received a largo and varied
assortment of Hem-Stiiched
nnd Fringed Tea Cloths; also
some exceedingly handsome
Sideboard Cloths in different
lengths, which he invites
his lady customers to in
spect. W. C. SFROULL.
Round the Miowera !
MH. UNI) BEGS TO INFORM THK
public that hit) HU'iun launch will
make trips to aii'l from tho Miowera until
further notice, utertlng from the end of tho
1'ttelllu Mull whurf, from 11 a. m. to 0 p. in,
Return Faro only 50 Cents !
KAWAIA1IAO 8KMINAUY HAH KB
tuhlluhvil a Domkhtiu Dki-autmknt
nail U prepared to take orilum fur iflllen,
hreail anil nukea, All orilern for fruit oaku
fiir'riiuiikKlvliiK and OhrUtuiui nhoulil he
tent ut once. fW lui
C TRADE J
Even When Called Incurable
Torrlblo Solgo-Sclatto Rhoumattnm
JUTr. Arthur Simon
Ot Galatea, Ohio.
"They said I was Incnrnble, the doctors
did, but the result has proven that Hood's 8ar
apvllla was nble to cure. I had Sclallo
Rheumatism and was conllnrd to my bed six
mouths. Three physlolanj did not holp me and
I Was Clvon Up to Dlo
When I was in this terrlblo oomlltlon, unahto
to more hmd r fool, I brj: in to tako Flood's
Barsaparllla. Tho first bottlo had a little ef
fect, and while taking the second, I gained so
rapidly that 1 could sit up In my chair. My sy
tem liad been so run ilou 11 by other medicine,
that it took mo quite a while to recuperate, lly
the tlmo 1 had taken four bottles of Hood's Bar
saparllla, 1 could wnlb nroiind, and HOW, as I
have taken six bottles, 1 nni enrrd and can
do a good day's work. I do not feci I can pralso
enough." AnTnun Si.mo.v, Galatea, Ohio.
HOOD'B PILL8 ' et
Tills, utilt (Ugettlon. cure taeadaoho.
HOBRON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Oahu Railway&Land Co.
Saturday, Oct. 7th, '93
Over the Pearl River Race Com se
Trains will leave Honolulu for Pearl
Harbor at 1:15 p. in. and :t:0" p. m.
Returning, will leave Pearl Harbor im me
diately after the race.
50c: Excursion Tickets: 50c.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
SITUATION wanted by Australian nice i!il
experienced Import and export trade-
IiiHTW l?3 15
tr. "nnniM tract.
HAS Jt'ST RKCKIVKU I1Y I.ATK AHHIVALS
jjkrsrxisrcDTrxT tea i
Direct from Chiiui! Finest Mountiiin Quullty! Hunerlor to Any
thing Kvur Hold iu Honolulu '
Camphor Trunk Fittrd with Patent Detective. f.ocl;n,
iMtext Styles CIii'iicku liamboo Chairs and Lounge,
Jimutiful J'uttenm Chinexe Silk and Silk Handkerchief, Etc.
High Glass Tailoring in Ail Its Branches!
Always on hanil n Choice AHortino)it of Cushiiiorox, Twpi'iIm, Ktc, Kti
Low Frioes and Orood B'it O-uaranteecl
LOVEJOY &, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
C. Carpy & Co.'s
San Jaxe, (Jul., Ir. S. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America' Finml Production, Hich and Mellow,
& Co.'s "0.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras"
The I'rlnce of
rimoK OuoiU are Uiinronlrml
sain at Vi'ry Hi'mhoiibIiIb rrli'us,
Mutual T:i.i:i-jione JJOU
IS THE BEST
perfectly solid Inside of twenty
Forms a durable nnd clatlc, not a brit
Hotalns Its bIo") longer than any other
licsists tho action of acids and alkalies
bettor than any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
ning nnd spreads well.
With the addition of Utharge, yields a
hard Mirfnci1, suitable for lloors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with
oil in paste form.
pigment ground In
HrliiRM out the real shades of tho colors
and keeps them unaltered.
' Is a solvent for the most dullcute of the
new coal tar colors.
working of the varnNIi
Docs not darken white lead or any
Has greater body than any other oil.
Iteipiiros one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Tun be added to linseed oil and It will
greatly improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
By actual tests, has outlasted the best
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
UfP Lucoi, in evory rcsjinot in the
siuiu! niiiiiiiur ne you would liiiKcud
ml, with llu' .single L'xeoiition that you
niny iidil fully onc-quartor more Lu
col to tho same quantity of pigment
than you would of linteed.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, nnd other dry piguientm, it i
advisable to mix up the paint at least
one day before it is to he used, then
add ii thiid more Litcoi. and the paint
will bo found to cover well and have
u good glodu.
NEVER USE JAPANS.
Where hard mirfucps such as lloors,
steps, etc., are required use litharge
only, never use .lapuiib.
LUCOL MIXES WITH VAR
and Ubbistts their winking nnd im
proves their appeaiance iit'T they
SHOl'M) UK UrtEI) SAME DAY THEY AUK
mixed, otherwise the gum of the var
nish may he precipitated or the mis
Tho addition of from j to of Lu
coi. to varnishes does not reduce their
luHre nor retard their burdening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
NOTICE IB HKRKIIY
given that the follow
ing desuribed Animal will
be sold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY. Oct. II.
ls!K5, at 11! o'clock noon, at the Uovcrmnent
Pound at Maklki:
1 bay mure, with white spots on forehead;
branded 'i on right hind leg.
19 Owner of the above Animal must
send iu his claim within 10 days, other
wise it will be sold on the date above
named. JIM KUKONA,
Honolulu, Oet. il, IK'.lit. SlH-2t
I'lini-hbowl Htreet. near Mormon
II VS IOR SAI.K M. KINHH ill'
PLANTS and FLOWERS
AM, OUDrvKri ATTKNDKI) TO.
MRS. CUNH&, Proprietress.
Near Hotel Street.
KOU THK BALK OK
Very Superior California Wines,
Sam" Wine Cellar, i'ajw Vitj.
Export Lager Beer,
P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
rirsi.tshui In evory ri'Kprut ami
1W Omit Uox 137
FOR TWO WEEKS!
N. S. SACHS'
Bao inort Street, Honolulu.
STAMPED LINEN GOODS!
Stamped Tray Covers, Stamped Table sets,
Stamped Toilet sets. Stamped Sideboard Scarfs,
Stumped Doyleis, Stamped Laundry bags,
Stamped Travelling bags, Stamped Shoe bags.
-:- Elegant Embroidered Toilet Sets -:-
The above Goods will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY.
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENKIVK ARSOKTMENT OF
in.vi... in wJ l"
n (KB ' Willi!. ICsaiAv t'Wii.M
-- - -- BlWOYT in
AQiique uaK fwmmm
Bedroom Salts, gJ Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOKD-HANI) OK DAMAGED GOODS KKIT ON HAND
OKDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 525. - gxf MUTUAL TELEPHONE IHfi.
3MC- S. LEVY
bnivrna kims m
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
AT THK FAMOUS KTOKR OF
IB. IF. BHLBRS &c GO.
SOS & 511 PORT STK.3LH3T.
Oanton 'W'eibIi Fa,"fcrios !
A IihihIhoiiib Cotton Fnlirie, New Stjlcc tills season; tho cJftotH nre fnc-uluilleii of China
Hllkn, to .!! tliiini iiii'ims to appreciate) them.
IMT-AJFiTX SATEENS !
Bilk flnlHli just out j real French iIhs!;iih nro tho finest ami the orure of the season.
Oaehraere Sublimes SO Oen.ts "Va.rci !
One of the haiiilhnineht Wnnh Mnuiriuls this Benson entirely new ami
for the prion hus no equal,
"Wliite Lawns and Dimity !
In I'laln, Btrlped mul Clieokiil In Kruut variety.
tW Dressmaking Under the Management of MR8. RENHER. .&J
Royal Insurance Company"
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Fir rinks on all klmls of Insurance I'lopertv tnkon at Current Kink by
J. S. -W.A.T .KE3R,
Aynt for th Hawaiian Ulamli.