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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTEK JUNE 1. 1803.
To Kwa Miu
Leavo l'carl Olty..
Arrive Ewa Mill..
l.euvo Ewa Mill (1:21 10:13
Leave l'ciirl City (1:55 11:15
Arrlvo Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
O. Sundays excepted.
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LOOAL AND OENEBAI. NKWH.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Woatlior,
hazy; wind, fresh norlhoast.
Tho S. S. Australia will loavo for
Sau Francisco at noon to-morrow.
Nnlivo Fans and Island Curios in
groat variety at tho Elito lco Gronra
A notico to Roman Catholics in
regard to church sorvicos appears
A partial oclipso of tho sun was
visiblo hero hot vvoon 7 and 8 o'clock
Lessons in piano givou by Chr.
Horskind, l'onhallow house, Uuro-
tania street, Mutual tolophono 011.
Court Comoos No. 81J0, A. O. F.,
meets this uvoning at 7:U0 p. iu. Im
portant business will bo transacted.
THE BOY GLOBE TROTTEK.
A boy, with
this oillco to
One living in
horso, is wanted at
Xutianu valley pro-
Nt'W moon on the nth, ut loll. 50m. u. m.
Time Wlilstlu blows lit 111. Ami. 31s. ii.iii. of
Honolulu time, which Is tho name us lili. lira.
0s. of Uroonwlch time.
THE DAILY BULLETII
TUESDAY, OCT. 10, 1893.
Tur.siiAY, Oct. 10.
Stinr Claudlne from Maul
TUESDAY, Oct. 10.
Am bktne S G Wilder, McNeill, for San
Francisco at 2 p in
Am bk Topgallant, Jackson, for Tort
Stun Mokolii for Kiiunakakui, Kuinnlo,
Pukoo, Halawa, Wallau, I'elekumi,
Kalaupapa, Laliaina, Olowaiu unit
Lanal at 5 p m
Stmr James Makee for Hauainaulu, Ka-
paa, Kilauea, Kalihiwai and liunului at
5 p m
Stinr Hawaii for Hononiu, Hakalan, Palia-
kumana, Onomea and I'apaikou ut 4
Stinr Kuala for Walanao, Waialua, Moku-
leia, Kahuku and Punaluu at 9 a m
Stmr Mikahala for Laliaina, Maalae.i,Koua,
Kau and Volcano at 10 a m
Stmr Iwalani for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleelc,
Makawoli.Waiinea and Kuknlia at ." pm
Tho bauauas sold at tho P, M.
S. S. wharf this noon by Jas. F.
Morgan averaged G and f cents a
Tho Now Model serves chickens
and ducks three times a week, with
frequent changes to turkey aud
Mr. L. J. Levey, auctioneer, has a
notice in this issue in reference to
tho sale of 1 100 shares Waikapu
Sugar Company stock.
There is a picture of tho S. S.
Miowera, with tho Japanese S. S.
Aikolut llaru tugging at hor, in tho
Hawaiian News Co.'s window.
Tho first race for tho America cup
was to have boon sailed last Thurs
day. News of it will bo received by
tho S. S. Oceanic duo next Monday.
It's an ill wind, otc. The coal
jettisoned from the Miowera is being
gathered by nativo divers and ped
dled round town for 8 per ton de
livered. Tho Hook & Ladder Co. will hold
a meeting at tho Boll Tower to-uior-row
moiling, for tho purpose of
hearing ,tho report of the finance
Captain William Webster, late
manager of tho Union S. S. Co. of
Vancouver, is the Pugot Sound and
Canadian agent lately appointed by
tho Oceanic S. S. Co.
The National baud played at tho
Kakaako depot this aflernoou in
honor of tho wifo of ono of tho
bandsmen, who was takon to Kala
wao as ono of tho lepers.
President Dole is oxpected homo
from Hawaii by tho Kinau to-inor-row.
Whether ho will resume tho
burdens of office immediately will
probably depend on medical advice.
Captain Hubbard catno ashore ill
from his vessel, tho H. N. Castle,
and is confined to bed at tho Arling
ton Hotel, whoro ho has received tho
attention aud sympathy of many
Louis Morninpstar Promisod a Klflo
for Hunting in India.
Louis Moruingstar, tho boy globo
trot tor, will leave on tho S. S. Ocea
nic duo to loavo Honolulu for Japan
on Oct. 17th, During tho lad's stay
ho has visited tho Volcano and ro
turned with sevoral volcanic spoci
mons, which ho prizes highly and
keeps iu a gripsack, tho only pro
perty ho possos-ses besides tho suit
of clothinir on his back. Morning-
star has had an interview with Ad- '
miral Skerrett. aud (rallied tho pro- I
i miso of a rifle from that gent Ionian.
) "1 shall need it in India," he said, I
I "as thoro nro lots of wild animals j
I down thoro. I novor carry a pistol;
I it's too dangerous to handle, and it's
liablo to go oir itself at any time."
Tho lad, who is only twolvo years
old, can- recount many interesting
I sketches of experiences when cross
ing inn comment, no nas siteicueii
soveral of his escapades with the in
tention of putting them into a book i
which ho is going to write after i
completing his travols. From Japan
Moruingstar will ;jo to China, and
from thoro to India, Africa and Eng
land, thonco back to Now York. Ho
was asked how ho liked Honolulu ,
whun ho replied, "f like it vorv well.
just tho same as any othor place." Hood's Snrsnpstt
He prefers New York, however, to "iHritWi
an mo places no tins over visuou
Lhe bov Klobo trotter, as ho is
WHY LUC0fePECIAL gALE ,
Sir. DavtA M) Jordan
ot Edmcaton, N. V.
Colorless, Emaciatod, Helpless
A Complete Curo ly HOOD'S
This is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and ono of tho most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
"Fourteen years ngo I had an attack of tho
cravol, and liavo slnco been ttoublod with my
Ltvor and Kidneys
Gradually growing worse Thrco years ago I
got down so low that I could cnrcel y rrnlU.
I looked moro Ulco a corpse Hum a living being.
I had no appetite and for ilvo veeks I mo
nothine but orucl. I was badly emaciated
and had no more color than n marble auitae.
arilia was rccnmmiMiuca nna x
try It. liciore I ima unisuoa
nOlll'lJU llltlb&lUlh UCLWliDUl'
.ailed, does not intend
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
S S Australia, Houdlette, for San Fran
cisco at 12 noon
Suhr Ka Moi for Koholalele, Kohala and
Stmr Claudine for Kahului, Keanae, Hana,
Hnelo, Hauioa and Kipalmlu at 0 p m
Stmr Waialealo for l.ahaina, Kukuilmele
and Honokaa at 12 m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Claudine 2040 bags sugar, 100 bugs
taro, 220 bags corn, .375 bugs potatoes,
30 bags beans, 40 bead cuttle, 10 hugs,
til bides, IX) pkus siimlrics und
2019 ft koa lumber.
From Windwurd Ports, per stmr Clau
dine, net 10 Mr I Thompson, V S Clinton,
G P Tulloch. O V Asbford, U K. Wilder,
Jr T Allen, Miss S Namakeha, J J Hruui
mond, Mr Huntley, Miss 11 Cornwell, Miss
Krazer, O Carter, J V Colville, HevMr
l''ruzor, Mrs J H wodebouse, A Coekburn,
Mr Furuya, Apa aud 02 deck.
For San Francisco, per bktne S (i Wilder,
Oct 10 Jno Ouderkirk.
For Windward Ports, per stmr Mikabala,
Oct 10-P McDonald. F G Snow. Mary Ko
lii, Mrs Abeomi, Mrs Kuaimoku aud 25
VobsoIs in Fort.
UBS Philadelphia, Barker, from Cullao,
USB Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
S S Miowera. Stott. from Vancouver
Urschr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yoko
hama Am sehr Robert Lowers, from Port Gam
ble Am bktne B N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Am sehr Transit, Jorgcnseu, from San
Br ship Countv of Merioneth, Perrv, from
N B W '
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from Sun
Am bkt 8 G Wilder, from Sun Francisco
Am bk. Detroit, from Nanaimo
Gr bk Paul Isenberg, Biet, from Liverpool
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from Han Francisco
Foreign Vessels Expected.
B B Miiko Maru, Thompson, from Yoko
hama, due Oct 22
O &. O B B Oceanic, Smith, from San Fran
cisco, due Oct 10.
S B Monowai, Carey, from the Colonies,
due Oct. 10.
B S Mariposa, Hnyward, from San Fran
cisco, due Oct 20
B S China, Ward, from Hongkong and
Yokohama, due Nov (I
S B Warrimoo, from the Colonies, duo
Am bgt J D Sprerki-Is, from B F for Kahu
lui, due Aug 20
Am bk Harvester, from 8 F JIllo, due Aug
Am bk Martha Davis, from Boston, due
Ur ship Ylllatta, from Liverpool, duo Jan
Ger bk Nautilus from Liverpool, due Dee
Am sehr Allen A, from Kureka, due Oct 1
The American ship Topgallant, Captain
Jucksou, bulled this iilU'iniiou for Port
Townseiul In ballast.
The Mteamur Olaudliio ariiveil early till
morning fiom windward portx, Hlio will
leavo uguin tn-inorrow ut 6 p. in,
Tho bark Andrew Welch flnishi'd un
loading her cargo at Brmvur's wliarl ii
iluy, bliu will load with Migur ami uxpenis
to get away iu two or three iluyn.
The American huikuuliuo B. G, Wilder,
Captuin MuNtill, left fur bun ''miicIkco m
2 o'clock this afternoon, Blio look about
0341 bags of sugar, '10.' lmlo of wool, tiO
barrels wlilaky uiul 1 vunus gin, Domestic
Tho large boiler purchased hy tho
Electric Light Works Co. a low
weeks ago, which has since been re
paired, was placed in its position at
tho company's now building thih
Judge Cooper has examined and
approved tho third annual account
of Rev. Father Sylvester, guardian
of Patrick Gleason, a minor. Re
ceipts are SS12.1 7, expenditures SGS0.
30j balance, S13-V17.
A special meeting of tho Hooulu j
Lahui Society will be hold to-morrow
(Wednesday) at 2 o'clock p. m. i
at tho Kapiolaui Maternity Home,
Berotauia street. A full attendance
of members is requested.
to break .
i . ...
any previous recoro, inn will
take things easy iu his travols. Hoi
has traveled first-class on every boat
so far, aud will leavo as cabin pas- '
songer on tho S. S. Oceanic. Tho
only work ho has dono hero has
been to writo articles for tho Star, j
Louis says ho got ?2 for writing his
trip to tho Volcano for tuat paper.
LEFT THE TAP OPEN.
Serious Damage to Stock in Egan &
Tho dry goods storo of Messrs.
Egan & Gumi on Fort stroot was
again flooded with water last night
and goods valued at over S1000 wore
damaged. It appears that tho bov
working in Williams' photograph
gallery over tho store opeued tho
tap yesterday, and gottiu no water,
left tho tap open, and it was not
shut at tho closing hour last even
ing. Somo lime during the night
water flowed from tho tap and con
tinued, until this morning, the water
running through tho floor of the
photograph gallery into tho storo
bolow, doing considerable damage
to tho goods, shelves and counters.
A crack in tho middle of tho coiling
prevented tho loss of a great deal
moio property than what had al
ready been damaged, as the water
finding this ' outlet was provonted
from running through tho walls,
whero most of tho goods lay ex
posed on the shelves. This is the
third time that this storo has met
with a similar misfortune. It failed
in protracted litigation to recover
damages from tho owners of tho
building on account of leakage
through tho roof from au allegedly
fcred loss, Uio Inflammation, of lhe bind-
der had subsided, tho color begftu to roturn to
my fnoo. and I begun to fcol hungry. Alter
I had taken three bottlei I could oat anything
without hurting mo. Why, I got bo hungry
that I had to cat r times a day. I have now
fully recovered, thanks to
fi-ot rrrll nnd nm Trcll.
mo-marvel to seo mo so well."
All who know
I). M. Johdan.
HOOD'S P1LL8 arethebitafterUnnrPU1,
milt dtcettlon, euro beadacUo ondbUloulDMl.
HODIION, NEWMAN A CO.,
Afients for Hawaiian Islands.
Respectfully invites inspection of High
Class Novelties in Millinery, just
received per "Australia,"
LADIES' AND OHILDHEN'S
Sailors' Hats, Choice Flowers and Feathers
LATEST NOVELTIKS IN UIBBONS,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
MUS. B. GOOD,
Fort Street. High-ClasH Milliner.
I TRADE 1
IS THE BEST
Dries porfeotly solid inMde of twenty
Forms a dnrahle and elastic, not a brit
1 Retains Its gloss longor than any other
! Resists tho action of acids and alkalies
i better than tiny other oil.
Flows freely front tho brush without run
ning and ppreadu well,
i With the addition of Litharge, yields a
hard surface, suitublo for floors, teps, etc.
1 Mixes readily with pigments ground In
oil in paste form.
Brings out the real shades ol the colors
nnd keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for tho most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly improves the
working of the varnish.
Does not darken white lead or any deli
Has greiiter body than any other oil.
, Recpilres one-third less pigment than
any othor oil.
Can be added to linseed otl 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 over man
ufactured. Direction for "Use.
Ufc Lucoi. in every respect in the
same manner as you would linseed
oil, with th! (tingle exception that you
I may add fully one-quarter more Lu-
col to the same quantity of pigment
than you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the paint at least
one day before it is to lie used, then
ml d a thitd more Lucoi. and tin; paint
wilt bo found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
NEVER USE JAPANS.
Where hard biirfuccs such us floors,
steps, etc., are required use litharge
only, never use Japuna.
LUCOL MIXES WITH VAU
MSHES and assists their wiirkiug and im
proves their appearance iifT thky
SHOULD UK USED SAME DAY THEY AUK
mixed, otherwise the gum of the var
nish may bo precipitated or the mix
The addition of from to of Lu
col to varnishes does not reduce theii
lu-tre nor retard their burdening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
FOR TWO WEEKS!
N. S. SACHS'
BBO Fort Street, Honolulu.
STAMPED LINEN GOODS!
Stamped Truy Covers, Stamped Table netts,
Stamped Toilet sets, Stamped Sideboard Scarfs,
Stamped Doyleis, Stamped Laundry bags,
Stamped Travelling bags, Stamped Slioe 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 Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN RXTKNSIVR ABHOUTMKNT OF
for power con-
Tho Weekly Bulletin is out iu time
Tor tho Australia's mail. It contains
a full account of tho Miowera lis
astor and othor iutorostiiitr news.
Send a copy to your friends abroad.
For halo at tho news dealers or this
Six Chinamen wore arrested about
noon to-day for garuiug near tho
Chinese Theatre. One of tho men
offered the officers two dollars if
the- would lot him go. Ho was
registered with tho rest at tho Police
Mr. William Mutch has issued
invitations for a reception at his
residence on Tuesday evening of
next week, on tho occasion of his
marriage with Miss Eliza D. Mover,
daughter of Mr. J. W. Moyor, Ka
Employpes of tho Hawaiian Elec
tric Co. are stringing the conductors
on tho niap.sivo poles latelj erected.
J noy are ol copper atul sovon-six-
leoutus ol an men
about tho smallest
Agricultural Commissioner Mars
den received 82 toads from Prof.
Koobolo by tho Australia, aud yes
terday turned tho batrachiaus out
in tho Mitkiki forest. Thoy are in
troduced in tho hopo that thoy will
get away with home uoxiotin insects.
This mouth'h Anglican Church
Chronicle hus been received. It con
tains local church and social intelli
gence, besides tho usual editorial
admonition. In tho educational do
partmont, which is moro copious
than usual, regret is expressed that
thoro is not a regular educational
journal in Honolulu.
Tho sidewalk at Thomas Square
on Berotauia street was obstructed
lust night by blocks oi stone with
out any lights to give warning of tho
danger, consequently a young gen
tleman running to catch the car had
a narrow escapo from serious injury.
Tho attention of tho itond Super
visor is called to remedy tne ovil.
l'Vir a latno back or for a pain iu
Ihosidoor ehobt, try saturating a
it t.i iii itt
iiicco oi minimi wiiu unaiuDoriatiis
I'ain Huliii and binding it onto tho
all't'cttul purtn, Tliis tront incut will
ottro any ordinary case in one or two
days. I'ain Jlalin also cures rheum
atism. () emit bottles for sale by
ill dealers, lionson. Smith & Co.,
agents for the IfawHiian IhIhikU.
LOTS OF KNOCKDOWN STUFF.
Annlysos of Various Hauls of Home
Senior Captain Andrews and Cap
tain Hookauo made a raid on tho
illicit sellers of swipes on Sunday
la-t, which resulted in tho capture
of a considerable quantity of that
class o liquor. A nativo named Ka
ahantii was arrested in a house be
low tho old ice works, aud two bot
tles of tho liquor capturod thero
were anatysod by Prof. Lyons and
found to contain 11.61 and 10.(50 per
cent respectively of alcohol.
A nativo woman named Molo was
j pulled in, and two bottles of her
! liquor wore found to contain !).78
and !).f)2 percent of the intoxicating
Mrs. .Jowe Nnono, wifo of tho as
sistant bandmaster ot tho P. G. baud,
j was also pulled in and a sample of
I hor liquor was found to contain 7 9!3
percent. Moii Stevens was caught
in tho neighborhood of Kawaiahao
Church, and liquor with G.35 porcent
of alcouol taken.
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
The undersigned litis just, j
received u large and varied
assortment of ITcm-Stitchcd
and Fringed Tea Cloths; also j
some exceedingly handsome
Sideboard Cloths in different
lengths, which he invites
his lady customers to in
spect. W. C SPROULL.
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
Dcuruuw amis, t
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OK DAMAGKD QOODS KEl'T ON HAND
OIIDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL, TELEPHONE 625. -a gW MUTUAL TELEPHONE 45.
Hawaiian National Band.
The Hawaiian National band, J.
Libornio leader, will play at tho
Hawaiian Hotel this evening, at
7:;KJ o'clock. Following is the
Miirch HIuli School CmluH Sottzn
Ovtrtiie Salil Pasha (new I Btnhl
Polka Hiuluuitz (cornet -olo) Freclho
Selection Huwallun Bimgdiy remiest)
Three Hinvuliitn Hongs.
Dui'tt-Mnrthn (lu'w).. ...... . Flotow
Waltr. Pronii'imdu (new) Gmic'l
Muziirldi True Krienils (new) linlil win
March -DiituiitOreetliiK Derlug
KAWAIAHAO SEMINARY HAS Es
tablished a DoMKiTif Department
and is prepared to take orders for jellies,
hread and rakes. All orders for fruit caku
for ThatikxlviiiK and Christiana should he
sent at once. Kill lni
Every ihwripfwn of. 1011 1'lllXTISG
done il the, ltulletin Office.,
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
HsL. S. LEVY"
Near Hotel Street.
Mr. Oloson Itetninod as Agent of tho
Tho following item is from tho
Honolulu letter of Sept. 21st, to tho
Sau Francisco Chronicle: ,
"At a meeting of tho Annexation
Club hold last night tho conclusion i
wns reached to carry on tho present
movouient until nunoxntion was so-i
cured, ami W. II. Oloson was rein- j
dorsed os tho American roprosunta- j
tivo of the Annexation Club in Wash-
iugton. Jnstrttctions will bo sent to i
liini by to-day's stoamnr."
- HAS .1UST HECE1VEIJ BY LATE AnRIVALS
Dlreet from China! Finest Mountain Quality) Superior to Any
thing Ever Sold in Honolulu!
Cumphor Trunk Fitted with Patent Detective Iwkx,
Latent Styles Chinese Humboo Chairs and Isiunges,
HeauUful Patterns Chinese Silk and Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
High Class Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Always on hand u Choice Assortment of Cashmeres, Tweeds, Etc., Etc.
Low Frioea and Good B'it Ouarantood.
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
AT THE FAMOUS 8TOKK OF
LOVETOY &, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOK THE 8ALE OF
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
I From "Uncle Sum" Wine Cellars, Napa City.
RftRt lilinfih in TOWn ' l Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
Thu tallies of tliix Itcstniinmt aro niiiipllcil
with tho lu-xt ihu iniirlict iiU'ordh,
- - Chickens and Duoks - -
Conk imI nnv Btylu, am provMcil tlircii tlmuc
a wink, Mili iri'iiinnu iimngiiH io j
i Turkey and Young Pig. c0 & Gilbert's
lluttcr t'ooltiui; than ovor. Meal nt all
limim. I'r.f lhi fillliu 111 fiiriucrl)', VI.'UV
i.o f mi vii.i.i..
New Model Luncli Rooms,
Jlethul btroct, Kvir of l'ost Ollkv.
.San .lose, Cnl., lT. S. A.
Ballenutnd & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, llirh und Mellow.
& Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
-Uniform und llrliuhle.
The Prince of Summer Drinks.
Iff TluiKO (luml niv Ouurautcinl Flrat-olaia Iu nvory rcsipeot nuit ar
ml at Very ltuahoimi''C I'rlcoj.
Mutual Tumumiose 308-
-1'ost OrncK llox Yil
IB. F. EULnSILS &c GO.
BOS So B 1 1 PORT STT2.H3B1T.
A hauilhouio Cotum Falirlo. Now Styli-H tills ui-ason; tho eiluc.ts aru ao-lnillci of Clilim
SlIkH; to be; thum iiiuans to apjirucintc them.
Bilk flnlHh juut out; real French ilt'tigns uro tlio ilnt'st anil tho craro of the sensnn.
Cashmere Svttolinaos SO Cents "Yard. 1
Oim uf tho haiiilbomeM SVanh Materials thin se.ibou entirely new and
for thu jirico liaa no (xiual.
"Wliite Hja-wiis and IDimlty I
Iu I'lalu, Rtripeil ami Cheokeil In rcat variety.
tST Dreg&raaklna Under tbe Management oi MRS. RENNER. j)
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Fire riHkH on all kliuU of liitmrum-c l'roerlY tnken at Current Hlnkn by
j. s. w.a.,t..,k:e3fl
Atfnl for th Hw'Un llurt.