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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, OCT. 7, 1893.
KntnAY, Oct. 0.
Btmr J A Cummins from Waiiuannlo
Btinr Mikahnla from linwnti mul Maul
Sehr I.nvlnia from Kooltm
Satiuway, Oct. 7.
Btmr Jnmos Makce from Knpaa, Kaunl
Btmr Wniulcalo from Lnhaltm and Hama-
B S Australia, Hoiullottu, from Snn Fran
cisco Stmr Kanla from Walonao
k BATUllDAY, Oct. 7.
Stmr Wnlalcalo for Waiauae
Am ship Topgallant, Jackson, for Port
Haw bk Muuna Ata, Smith, for Ban Fran
cisco VoBsels Leaving To-morrow.
Urlt bk Darra, Peterson, for Tacoma
From Lahalna and Molokal. tier stmr
Mokollt, Oct 7 Bishop Qulstan, Fathor
Sylvester, Miss Dunn, Ohas Dudolt and
wife, K Podoyn, and about 'JO deck.
From Hamakna per stmr Waiulcalo, Oct
7-S A Wilcox and d deck.
From Hawaii and Maul, per stmr Mlka
hala, Oct 0 Volcano: J h Hrown, Louis
Mornlngstar. From way ports: Mrs W P
Fennell. Miss Daisy Funnell, Mibs Laurita
Kaao, Miss Ella Lane, W F Reynolds,
Jesse Makalnoi, Awiiuu, Akana and 51
From San FrancNco, per S. S. Australia,
Oct 711 K Abeol and wifo. Miss E Alslp,
MrsOWAshford and child, F Darwlck,
Dr a D Bond and wife, 0 H Olnpp, Miss
Guy, Chas Gay, John Gillig and wife,
Harry M Gillie and sorvant, O Gilbert,
Ulay Greene, J F Haekfeld, wife, child and
nnrse, 0 Horiwlll, Mrs Keech and child,
Miss Helen Kiniiu , K C Macfarlane, Mrs
L Marks, Miss McGrew, Mr H S Kobinson,
G U Thrum and wife, (rank L Uneor, Mrs
V Van Vliot, Mrs S Wilcox.
For San Francisco, por bk Mauna Ala,
Oct 7 Geo Cook and 1 In steerage.
Foi Waianae, por stmr Waialeale, Oct 7
H A Widemann and A S Wilcox.
OPFKUGELT At Stockton, Cal., Sept. 23,
18J3, Philip Opfergelt, aged 42 ears, a
native of Cologne, Germany.
NOT YET GIVEN TJP.
Further Efforts to Float the Miowera.
The steamer Hawaii returned to
port this morning, after holding ou
in company with the U. S. S. Adams
and Likelike to the stranded Mio
wera all night. The Hawaii report
ed that the Miowera had not chang
ed her position, and held down the
coral bottom the same place as when
the tugging was abandoned yester
day. Her cargo of coal is nearly all
out, and nothing besidos but part of
her stores will remain. The sea
around the steamer was calm to-day,
only a slight swashing of the water
around her stern being discernible.
Notwithstanding the 'ond position
in which she lies, another effort will
be made to pull her into deep wa
ter at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Two of the largest and heaviest
anchors to be got in town have been
kindly loaned by the United States
Government and were taken out at
1 o'clock this afternoon on a lighter
in tow of the tug. These will be
dropped several yards from the
Bteamer with a chain and wire cable
attached, and the other end put ou
Mr. V. E. Eowell, Superintendent
of Public Works, was a very busy
man all forenoou and had little
time to talk.
A conference of the agents with
Mr. W. G. Irwin, of the firm of W.
G. Irwin & Co., agents of the Oceanic
Steamship Company, and Captain
Houdlette, of the S. S. Australia of
that company, was held at the office
of T. H. Davies & Co. at 11 o'clock
this morning, with the object of
sending the Miowera mails and pas
sengers by the Australia. Nothing
definite was decided, Mr. Irwin wish
ing to talk it over with Captain
The agents have advertised for
tenders for floating the steamer off.
It is the opinion of several sea cap
tains on the city front that the Mio
wera is a hopeless wreck.
A good tale is told about the Gov
ernment party on the tug Eleu
which went out to the stranded ves
sel. Tho party were to have dinner
by appointment on tho stoamer.
" hen dinner time arrived and the
party went on board, they wore told
that the stove had upset the pre
vious night. There was no dinner,
and consequently tho tug returned
to tho harbar earlier than expected.
NEW MINISTER NOT ARRIVED.
The S. S. Australia Drops In Early
From the Coast.
The Oceanic steamship Australia,
Commander Houdlette, was tele
phoned off Waimanalo early this
morning. Charlie Potorsou, tho
Diamond Head lookout, reported
her half an hour after tho signal as
off tho head blowing hor whistle.
This raised a rumor in town that
tho now U. S. Minister was on
board, and that tho steamor was
bringing Hawaiian news. People
hastened toward tho city front and
long bofore tho steamor showed
around Waikiki tho wharves wero
crowded. Nothing unusual was soon
when tho Australia neared the
In answer to a query Pursor Mc
Combo stated that thoy wore only
blowiug tho whistlo to wako up tho
Honolulu pooplo, thinking that
thoy might bo asleep, no furnished
tho following report of tho passage;
The S. S. Australia left San Fran
cisco Sept. 30, 181)3, at 2 p. m., with
thirty-four cnbiu and thirty-five
steerago passengers and twonty-uino
bags of mail; oxperioncod fine won
titer thioughout tho voyage and ar
rived at Honolulu Oct. 7, 18U3, at
U:80 a. in.
Tho name of Miiiistor Willis not
boing on tho passoiigor list, Pursor
McCombo was asked wliuu that
much wautod official would arrive.
"Hu will bo horu ou tho S. S. Mari
posa," replied tho purser.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Work on , tho Makiki pumping
plant is progressing favorably.
Native Fans. and Island Curios in
groat varioty at tho Elite Ico Cream
Senator Squiro has introduced a
bill in Congress appropriating $310,-
000 to comploto tho Pugot Sound
Mossrs. Morris and Rhoados, visit
ing ministers of tho Socioty of
Friends, will hold a gospol mooting
at Y. M. C. A. hall Monday ovouiug.
Tho salo of the Miowora fruit by
Lowis J. Levey on tho Pacific Mail
wharf at noon to-day was well at
tended, and tho prices roalizod fair.
The major part was in good condi
tion. Tiyo horses came down ou the S.
S.Australia, one a trottor for Cap
tain Matson of tho Lurlino, and the
other for tho singing evangelist, Mr.
Holland, who is a passenger by tho
The Anchor Saloon has just re
ceived ox Australia kegs of Frede
ricksburg Lager Boer. A sample
keg will bo on tap at the saloon
,Mr. C. S. Bradford has resigned
the position of reporter on tho Ad
vertiser, and will leave for the Coast
by the Australia. Ho displayed
energy and precision in his work,
and will be missed with regret by
his lato employers.
Morning Star, tho boy traveler,
returned from tho Volcano on the
steamer Mikahala yesterday evening.
While at tho Volcano the lad lost
his book of newspaper clippings
from his valise. He takes in the
boat race this afternoon.
Mr. Harry M. Gillig, Mr. John
Gillig and wifo and Frank L. Unger
are in town, and quartered in the
Snow Cottage, Hawaiian Hotel. Mr.
E. C. Macfarlane came with the
party. 'The latter gentleman did
not make up his mind until the last
minute to return on tho Australia.
The orchestral "concert by the P.
G. band, at tho Hotel last night did
not draw so large a crowd as on tho
previous occasion. Visitors from
abroad generally spoke well of tho
music, although some criticism was
heard of certain of the selections.
Tho Moorish baud stand was gaily
illuminatod with its colored electric
In their column to-day tho Ha
waiian Hardware Co. givo a useful
hint regarding the proposed new
lighthouse. They state tho case
also for their now fence material,
which needs no defense but is a per
fect defense against predatory cat
tle. The rainy season also furnishes
a timely topic, while the articles for
mention of which tho column is not
long enough will be shown at the
THE HAWAIIAN O.UE6TION.
Duvies in Washington Working
Washington, Sept. 28. Theodore
H. Davies, a big English-Hawaiian
sugar planter, arrived here to-night
from England on his way to Hono
lulu. Davies is here to uso what in
fluence he possesses to promote a
"hauds-off" policy relative to Ha
waii. He advocates submitting tho
whole question to a vote electorate
and says he ha3 no doubt that if the
people on the Island had a chance
to express their will they would vote
for an independent government and
tho restoration of the Queen.
He issued a long address to tho
Hawaiian people appealing to them
to continue the fight for indepen
dence against the foreign interests
arrayed against them.
Montreal, September 26. The
Montreal Star has a startling editor
ial opposing the .annexation of the
Sandwich Islands by " the United
States, as it constitutes the Malta of
the greatest of the oceans. The
Star adds: With Hawaii a depen
dent of tho British we can join with
Australia in winning tho fight for
the control of the Pacific, but with
our connections brokou at tho mid
dle tho fight for a place in the com
merce of the orient will be made
JUMPED THE TRACK.
Engineer Wildor Thown to the
Ground -and Bruised.
Mr. Otto Wilder, loeomotivo en
gineer at tho Knhuku plantatiou,
met with an accideut on Wodnesday
afternoon which will cause his con
finement to tho house for several
days. Ho was driving tho locomotive
when the engine loft tho track and
Wildor, in making an attempt to
jump, was thrown into tho air, made I
a revolution and coining back struck
tho ongino. His right hip was in
jured, aud he received other bruises
on the body. The Btokor wab moro
lortuuale in um ludgmeut. lie
landed on his feel, thrown some dis
tance away, and stopped in the
brush without injury. The work of
righting the locomotive was kept
up uutil 9 o'clock that evening, aud
resuming next uiorning had the on
gino rigid side up ou tho rails by -1
Shooting Wild Ducks.
Messrs. Cecil Brown, Ohas. Wil
son, Dr. McWayuo and Judge Whit
ing are still at Laio enjoying an
outing. Thoy intond returning to
towu on Tuesday next. Ou Mouday
next a grand luau is to be given at
tlio ph.ee in Honor of Mr. Brown's
birthday. During tho sportmen's
stay at the ranch they have bagged
a "scoro" of wild gamo.
Fatal Accident in Kona.
Pursor White of the steamer Mika
hala, roportb tho doath by accident
of a nine-year old lad uainod Kula
waia at Kailua. Kona, Hawaii, on
Thursday night lat. Kalawaia was
riding behind his father on a nurse
whon thoy wore throwu oil. Iii tho
fall the man full on tho hoy, the
weight causing instant duuth.
HOME BWEET HOME.
Some of tho Pooplo Returned
Mrs. Keech, wifo of tho superin
tendent ongineor of the I. I. S. N.
Co., and child returned from a isit
to tho Coast on tho S. S. Australia.
Mrs. L. Marks, wifo of chiof en
gineer Marks of tho steamer James
Makoo, camo homo on tho Australia
much improved in health.
Mr. Chas. Horswill, engiueor of
tho Pepookeo plantation, returned
from a brief visit to tho World's
Fair to-dayt Ho loft Mr. Strow, who
went with him. at tho Coast.
Tho many frionds of Mr. G. E.
Thrum welcome him and his bride
to thoir island homo. Thoy arrived
by tho Australia.
Mr. Geo. Howo is with us again,
looking the picture of hoalth. Ho
camo down on tho Australia. Tho
Bulletin is indobted to Mr. Howe
for lato papors.
Mrs. O. W. Asnford and child re
turned from tho Coast on the S. S.
Australia to-day, to find Mr. Ashford
absent at Kohala, Hawaii, he having
left for that place last week on busi
ness. Mr. J. F. Haekfeld, of tho firm of
H. Haekfeld & Co.,. wife and child,
aro homo from an extonded tour
abroad. The flags on the barks J.
C. Pflugor and Paul Isenberg wore
displayed in honor of their safe re
Poiaonod by Scrofula
Is the sad Btory of many livoB made
miserable through no fault of their
own. Scrofula is more especially
than any other a hereditary disease,
and for this simple reason: Arising
from impure iand insufficient blood,
tho disease locates itself in the lym
phatics, which are composed of
whito tissue; there is a period of
foetal life whon tho whole body con
sists of whito tissues, and therefore
the inborn child is especially sus
ceptible to this dreadful disease.
But there is a remedy for scrofula,
whether hereditary or acquired. It
is Hood's Sarsaparilla, which by its
powerful effect on the blood, expels
all trace of the disease and gives to
tho vital fluid the quality and color
of health. If you decided to take
Hood's Sarsaparilla do not accept
Boys Will Be Boys.
A well-known young clerk in an
uptown" shoe store came down last
evening on a King-street car with a
placard sticking on tho tail of his
coat inscribed with the following
words in glaring letters: "This Half
white Steals Eggs." He was stand
ing in the car with his back towards
tho light, so that the inscription on
tho placard shone clear and distinct
as it swayed back and forth, and the
other passengers were red in the
face in the attempt to suppress
laughter. The trick was played on
him by a fellow-employee in retalia
tion for one of the same kind on
himself earlier in the day.
Measles have begun to spread
from the case landed by tho S. S.
Alameda on her latest trip from the
Colouies and Samoa. Dr. Trousseau
reported two new cases yester
day. Mr. J. C. Quinn, hackman,
is one of the subjects of
attack. He drove Mr. Robert
Louis Stevenson and his Samoan
servant from the steamer to Sans
Souci, and the servant broke out in
measles a few days later. Mr. Quinn
must have caught the disease on
that occasion. A report current the
first of this week that Mr. Steven
son's indisposition was caused by
measles was not correct.
Luau to the Catholic Bishop.
Capt. McGregor of the steamer
Mokolii, which arrived this morning
from Molokai, reports that a grand
luau was given at Kaluaaba church,
Molokai, on Thursday last in honor
of tho Bishop of Panopolis. An im
mense crowd attended the festivi
ties, and a good time was enjoyed
by all present. The Lahaina band,
which the Mokolii was dispatched
to bring over, was present and
greatly contributed to the enjoy
ment of the occasion.
For a lame back or for a pain in
the side or chest, try saturating a
piece of flannel with Chamberlain's
Fain Balm and binding it onto the
affected parts. This treatment will
cure any ordinary case in one or two
days. Fain Balm also cures rheum
atism. 50 cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
m?fntn for th TTawminn Tland
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
The undorsignod lifts just
received u largo and varied
assortment of ITem-Stitched
and Fringed Tea Cloths; also
some exceedingly handsome
Sideboard Cloths in different
lengths, which ho invitch
his lady ouBtomors to
KAWAIAIIAO SEMINARY HAS KB
tabUshud a Domkbtic Dkhaiituknt
uml U prepared to take order for jellies,
bread and uakes, All orderi for fruit uako
for Thanksgiving and t'hrUtuiai should be
but ut once. V) lnt
C TRADE J
""'L' " J
Jamea JItbcr Dorman
of 8hjr Beaver, Pa.
Cured of Scrofula
Tho People will have Hood's
Mr. Dorman' 8 ExpcrUnco
HMy boy, now 0 years old, had Scrofula in
en eye from the time lie was a baby; discharg
ing all tho time. Of late wo have bocn giving
him Hood's Bnrsaparilla, and It has dons all
that tnrdlelnn can do. Tho Hrrofula lias disap
peared, and tils eye Is healed up and well. 1
fully believe Hood's Sarsaparilla It the best
medicine In the market. I keen a ceneral store.
and It Is not a trick to 'ell Hood's Sarsaparilla
for the people will
hava It I sell mora
sen moro oi
Hood's sarsaparilla man all otner medicines
together and the store would not he complete
Sarsaparilla than all other medicine
Hood's x Cures
without it My wife has also been entirely
eured of Scrofula by Hood's Sarsaparilla. and I
am heartily thankiul for what It has done for
us." Jouk Dorman, bhy Ueavcr, ra.
HOOD'S PILLS at IMo bUfterdinnrrilU,
Htlit dltutlon. cut hMdii.li, Try a boa. 3(0.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beayer Saloon,
FRESH ALGEROBA FIREWOOD
Per Cord Delivered.
JOHN K. COIJJUKN & CO.
Round the Miowera !
MK. LIND BEOB TO INFOUM THE
public that hla Steam Launch will
make trips to nnrt from the Miowora until
farther notice, stnrtig from the end of the
Pacific Mail whurf, from 11 a. in. to (J p. m.
Return Fare only 50 Cents !
8 18-3 t
SITUATION wanted by Australian into l
experienced import and export trade
Tinned Meats. ApplviMI,
848-'2t fJuiiEns. Ouipe.
HAS JffbT ItFCMVED BV LATE AKMVALii
K:.A."y XISTCIHITT TEA !
Direct from China! Finest Mountain Quality! Superior to Any
thing Evnr Bold in Honolulu'
Camphor Trunks Fitted with Patent Detective Lock,
Latent Styles Chinese Bamboo Chairs anil lounges,
Heautiul Patterns Chinese Silk and Sill Handkerchiefs, Etc.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
AIhujh on hum! Choice ABHortmmit of Canliinnrs, Tweeds Etc., Uw.
Low Prloes and Qood 3Tlt CKacLraiateed.
IO'VESJO" &, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
KOIt TUB BALK Or'
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
hom "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellars, Napa City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Jose, Cal,, U. S, A
Dalfemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Bye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, llith and Mellow.
Sprttance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Iltliabli.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras
ThuMrjuod lire (liiuraiih i'il Flrn
unit! at Very Keanonnhln l'rli'eu,
Mutiai. Ttuci'iiosK !10tf
IS THE BEST
solid inside of twenty
Forms a durable
and elat!r, not a brlt-
Retains its glow longer tlian any other
Resists- tho notion of acids and alkalies
better than uny other oil.
Flows freely from the brush n Itliout run
ning and spreads' well.
With the addition of I.ltliargo, jields n
hard surface, sititnblo for floors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground in
oil in paste form.
Brings out the real shades of the color
and keeps them unaltered.
Is n solvent for the most delicate of the
now coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly Improves the
working of the varnlsli.
Does not darken white lend or any dcli
Has greater body than nnj other oil.
Requires one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to linseed oil and it will
greatly Improve tho linseed.
Can be thinned with tnrpentlnu.
By actual tests, has outlasted the best
Thorefore, Is the beH paint oil over mnn
u fai tured.
Direction for Use.
I Uh1 IjUcoi. in every renitecfiu the
j sumo manner as you would linseed
I oil, with ili' single exception tluuyou
may add fully one-quurtor more Lu-
col to tho Bivme quantity of pigment
(ban you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, mul oilier dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the paint at least
one day before it is to lie used, then
add a tliiitl more Lticoi. and the paint
will bo found to cover well and have
a good glotst).
NEVER USE JAPANS.
Whore hard surfares such as Hoon.,
Htops, etc., aro requited ue litharge
only, never use Japans.
LUGOL MIXES WITH
and rtcbisU theii . working and inv
piovco their appearance iiri riiKY
MIOI'l.D BK USKll SAMK DAY TIIKY AKR
mixed, otherwise the gum of the vnr
uixh may bo precipitated or the mix
Tho addition of from to $ of Lu
coi, to varnishes' doec not reduce theii
luHrc nor tetard their burdening and
drying and it prceiit their cracking.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that the follow
ing described Animal will
be sold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY. Oct. II.
1893, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Government
rounu at .hukiki:
1 bay mare, with white spoti on forehead;
branded 3 on right hind leg.
tW Owner of the above Animal must
Hend in his claim within 10 daj s, other
wise it will be sold on the dateftbove
named. JIM KUKONA,
Honolulu, Oct. (I, WO. 8t8-2t
Punchbowl Strict, near Mormon
ins ma ham: aia, kinds of
PLANTS and FLOWERS
AM. OltDKKH ATrENDED'TO.
MRS. CDNHA, Proprietress.
Near Hotel Street.
of Summer lrhikr
- iiliti In eyeri riHt ami aro
JW Quick Box
FOR TWO WEEKS!
N. S. SACHS'
CSO Fort street, Honolulu.
STAMPED LINEN GOODS!
Stamped Tray Covorn, Stumped Table sets,
Stamped Toilet sets, Stamped Sideboard Scarfs,
Stamped 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.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTKNSIVK ASSORTMENT OF
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGK1) GOODS KKPT ON HAND
Robinson Block, Hotel
BKLL TELEPHONE 525.
TME. S- LEV Y
7 5 FORT STREET 7 5
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE HARKED IN THE WINDOW.
AT THB FAMOUS STORK OP-
IB. IE IEIHIIjIEIRS Se GO.
BOS & Qll
Canton "Weisli Fabrics
a imiiiiHoiiiH i.otton I'nnrl
to ace them mi'iwis to. apiirecinto theiu.i
:m:.a.:r.tj S-A-TiEEnsrs i
Bilk HiiIhIi just out; reul French ilemi;nb hre the llnest and the orato df th season.
aaslmaere S-uolimes 20 dents Yard l
One of the huniUoiiiesit Wash Materials, thin eenion entirely new anil
for the jirico hag no equal.
"W3a.it Lawns and. Dimity I
In I'hiin, HtrijK-il and Checked In rent variety.
tW Dressmaking Under the Hanaoemont ol MRS. REHNER. jfc
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
tW Kirn rinWn on all klnda of Iimiirance l'ronbrty taken at Ourreut RUku by
J. S. W.A.T.iiECEIR.,
"'" Aont 'or Jho Hawaiian Inland.
Etc, Etc, Etc.
Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE WS.
thld aeutoii: thn HIWt.H im. fni.l,i,llUM f i'l.:,.-