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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNK 1. 1893.
To KVA Mill..
Leave Honolulu 8:45 1:45
Lcavo Pearl City 0:30 2:30
Arrive Ewjk Mill 0:57 2:57
Leave Kwa Mill 0:21 10:43
l,cave Pearl City 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
0. Sundays excepted.
1). Saturdays excepted.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
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6 55, 5 SO
5 501 5 35
New moon mi the nth, lit 10U. 50m. u. m.
Time Wlilstlo blows at Hi. 2sm. Ms. p.m. of
Honolulu time, wliieh Is the aatiio as hill. Uiu.
0s. of tiiccnwlch time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 11, 1893.
Wednesday, Oct. 11.
Stmr Kinau from Maui and Hawaii
Wcdni:sdYi Oct. 11.
S S Australia, Houdiette, for San Fran-
clsco at 12 noon
Stmr Claadinefor Kahnlui, Keanae, Hana,
Huelo, Hamoa and Kipahulu at 5 p m
Stmr Waialeale for Luhaimi, Kukuihuele
and Honokaa at 12 in
Schr Ka Moi for Koholalele, Kohala and
Stmr Felu for Makawe.i at 3 p m
Vossels Leaving: To-morrow.
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Kinau 135 sheep, 12 bales wool, 317
bags potatoes, lo bags corn and 2u0
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Oct 11 Volcano: T A Hardcastle, Paul
Huntchell, Miss Wearer and Miss Patten.
Wayports: President S J5 Dole, It A Ly
man, Judge Hapai, A B Loebenstein, C C
Kennedy, L Severance, K M Lee, Mrs Pe
ters and child, Miss Schlaogeter, 0 McLen
nan, F L Winter, C K kempster, Mrs It
Wallace, W It Castle, S K Kane, Mrs lgna
cio and child, T McTighe, W A Bailey, O
Amundsen, J M Oat and 00 dock.
For Kauai, per stmr Iwuluni, Oct 10
Miss Vou Holt, Miss K Hities, S W Wil
cox, Mrs Wilcox, Miss Uay, Mrs A 8 Hob
inson, Chock Hoy and wife, Chong Hov
and wife, O W Berlowitz, C Gay, Mrs J J
Williams, M A Gonbalves, Hev J M Ezera,
Kev E 8 Tinioteo, J H Wise and about 30
For Ban Francisco, per S 8 Austiaiia,
Oct 11 U H Jienson and w ifo, H W Berry,
Mrs A M Bond, W K Brown, I' G Caina
rino, Miss Carter, Miss Cordelia Carter,
Miss Mary Carter, A F Cooke, Mr Cuiley,
J Martin Dalbridge, Mr and Mrs Double
day, '1 children and maid, Mrs J H Doyle,
Capt Ferguson and wife, Hov T Fra'scr,
Miss Fraber, 8 F Graham, Mr Glynn, J M
Grecves, T A Hardcastle, Mr J A Hopper,
M Ieisse, Robert Loners, A M Maher, Mr
Moran, Bam Morris, Mr McUae, Chief Ku
ginecr McNary, Miss A Neumann, U K
ttilacho and wife, K H I'arih, W 1'arker,
wife and 12 children, Mrs 1'feidner, Jona
than lthoades, Henry Smith and wife, Mr
Binipkiiis. Mrs Stuart, Mr Stephens, J C
Tropp, U Tait, T K Walker, wifu, daughter
and maid, Miss A Weaver, J N' Wright,
Mrs 8 (1 Wilder, Miss A M Williams.
Vessels in Fort.
U S S Philadelphia, Barkei, from Cullao,
USB Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
8 8 Miowcra, Stott, from Vancouver
Br sehr Norma, Macipaarriu, from Yoko
hama Am schr Robert Lowers, from l'ort Gum-
Am bktne 8 N Castle, Hubbard, from
Am schr Transit, Jorgonseu,
Br ship County of Merioneth, I'erry, from
N b W
Haw uk Andrew Welch, Drew, from San
Am bkt 8 G Wilder, from Ban Francisco
Am hk Detroit, from Nanaiuio
Or lik l'aul Isonberg, Blet, from Liverpool
Bk Cuylou, Calhoun, fiom San Francisco
Foreign Vessola Expected.
B S Milko Muru, Thompson, from Voko-
hama, due Oct -'-'
O .fe O 8 8 Oceauio, Binlth, from Ban Fiiin-
cisco, due Oct. 111.
S 8 Monowni, Carey, from the Coloniob,
due Oct. 10.
8 8 Mariposa, Hay ward, from Ban Fran
cisco, due Oct 'M
8 8 China, Ward, from Hongkong and
Yokohama, due Nov (1
8 B Wnrrimoo, from the Colonies, due
Am bgt J D 8)ireckols, fiom 8 F for Kaliu-
lui, due Augiai
Am bk Harvester, from 8 V Hilo, duo Aug
Am bk Martha Davis, from Boston, due
Brshlp Villatta, fiom Llveipool, duii Jan
Ger bk Nautilus from Liverpool, due Dee
Am schr Allen A, from Kureka, due Oct I
The steamer l'elo bailed for Mukiinell
thin afternoon witli a load of coal.
The Hteuinur J. A, Cummins will nail for
Heela ut II o'clock to-morrow mumiug.
The schooner ilalilmahl ciimu oil the
Marino Hallway yesterday afternoon und
balled for Walulua to-day.
The harks Paul iNeiibcrgiinil J. C, Pllu
ur re still unloading thuir curgous at the
P, M, 8. 8. whurf. The goods from the
former vouel are well packed togother.
Tho schooner Moktiola vailed out to the
wreck this morning to join tho schooner
Hob Hoy and Knlinku in tho profitable
employment of recovering coal from tho
Tho 8. S. Australia, Capt. Homllctto,
sailed for San Francisco at 12 o'clock noon
to-day J about 10.1 passengers went by her,
heiiilci tho following list of cargo in part:
7091 bags sugar, W. G. IrwInA' Co, Id;
218 do., C. O. Merger; lWH) bags rice, Sing
Chonir Co.; 200 do., Wo Sing Co.; loo
bags owa root, H. W. Severance ; 23 bales
wool, Ij. 15. kurr; 421 lulls green hides. 11
bdls goat skins, 4 bags taro, 100 bnehs ba
nanas, J F. Porter; 10 bnchs bananas, 5
boxes betel loaves, See Sing; 8.J2 boxes
limes and oranges. T. H. Davles & Co.; 510
do., 10 boxes fruit, 1'. O. Ciiinarliios; 254
bnclis bunnnas, Jno. Shaw; 10!) do., Sing
Sing; 3."8 do.. O. Lyunrgus ! 400 boxes ba
nanas. T. V. Harvey: 800 bags rice, Hy
mnii Itros.; 1 box collec, 1 box curios, H.
Hackfuld fc Co. 105 bnchs banauus, V.
Costo: 708 do., Chas. Wilcox; 1723 do.,
Campbell, Marshall & Co.; 0 coses pine
apples, Jno. Hidwull; 2 hags collco, Catho
lio Mission. Domestic valuo, ?53,l13.00.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho steamer Kinau did not bring
any sugar this trip.
Jtulgo Lyman of Hilo
tho Kinau this morning.
Tom Onokoa, a linckman, was nr
rostod to-day for playing cho fa.
Nativa Fans and Island Curios in
groat variety at tho Elite leo Cream
Messrs. W. H. Reutor and J. C.
Long of Maui havo been licensed to
Four, passengers returned from
the Volcano ou the steamer Kinau
Posttnaster-Gonoral Oat was a
passenger by tho Kinau this morn
ing from Maui.
Tho Star corrects "yosterdaj-'s
papers" for a mistake about stoam
ers exclusively mado by itself.
Tho Hawaiian schooner Liliu,
Captain J. G. Hit eh field, is expected
to loavo on Saturday for tho Gilbert
Islands and will take a mail.
Eightoon lopors wore shipped to
tho Molnkai Leper Settlement on
tho steamer Hawaii below tho Ma
rino Railway yesterday afternoon.
Tho household furniture belong
ing to Mr. W. B. Ash, 110 lierotania
street, will bo auctioned off by Jas.
F. Morgan, to-morrow (Thursda3')
at 10 a. m.
Thore will bo a meetiug of the
parishionora of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral in tho Sunday-school room this
evening at 8:30 p. in. for tho election
Captain W. H. Ferguson and wife,
of Guatemala, aud Miss Neumann
were among tho more prominent
passengers by tho Australia to-day.
They were covered with Jlowors.
Mahukona looked very pretty, dec
orated with lings, as also tho steamer
Kinau and the schooner John G.
North 3'osterday (Tuesday), tho occa
sion being the return homo of Presi
Jno. Schwanck, tho bumboat man,
saved a boat from the breakers on
Monday last and had it towed to
the Fishmarket. The stern of tho
rescued boat bears the name "Mio
Mrs. Stephens and Mole, two wo
men who wore arrested noar Kawai
ahao church on Sunday for selling
swipes, appeared in the District
Court to-day and had their trial sot
The departure of tho S. S. Austra
lia to-day was delayed about half an
hour for the mails. The P. G. baud
played tho usual send-off ending
with "Hawaii Pouoi." Tho wharf
was densely crowded.
The coroner's jury empaneled to
investigate tho cause of death of
Maltaio on Sunday, returned a ver
dict yostorday afternoon of drown
ing. Throe witnesses testified to
having seen tho accident.
Altogether sixty-seven bags of
mails, including tho mail by tho
Miowcra, were despatched by tho
S, S. Australia at noon to-day for
the Coast. Tho Hawaiian mail con
sisted of 7892 lottors and 21172
Mrs. Jesse Naono was convicted in
the District Court yesterday aftor
noou on a chargo of selling swipes
aud sentenced to pay a fiuo of .?lf0
The arrpst was made on Sunday by
Senior Captain Andrews and a posse
After tho reception to President
Dole on tho arrival of the sloaiuer
Kinau this morning, the police had
drill on Thomas Squaro under Cap
tain Langley, and Lieutenants Kat
oua nud Nahoolewa. Senior Captain
Andrews viewed tho mannjvros.
About twenty P. G. soldiers woro
marched down to the District Court
this morning, to testify as witnesses
in tho trial of Harry Welch, tramcar
driver, charged with furious and
heedless driving. The case was con
tinued, however, until to-morrow.
A Chinaman named Ahana was ar
rested last night on a charge of lar
couy of several plants, the property
of a Japanese storekeeper ou King
street. It is alleged by tho com-
plainaub that Ahana pulhjd the
plants out of tho containers and
transferred thorn to others iu his
Tho Paradi&o of tho Pacific was
issued in good thno for tho Austra
lia's mails. It contains a quantity
of legendary lore and a fnir selection
of descriptive mnttor. Tho editorial
page is adorned with a portrait of
Mr. James F. Morgan, accompanied
by a few pleasant remarks about
that gentleman, in connection with
his doparturo for Vancouver by tho
For n lamo baolt or for n pitin in
tho Bide or ehost, try mittiratinj' a
piece of Uaniiel with Ohatnherlain'H
Pain iial m and binding it onto the
allocled partH. This treatment will
euro any ordinary earn) in one or two
day. I'ain Halm alno euroH rheum
atism, nl) omit hottloH for nale by
all doalern. Huuhoh. Smith U Co.,
aKontH for the Hawaiian lilaudi
LOOAIi AND OENEBAI, NEWS'
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather,
hazy; wind, fresh northeast.
Mr. Manloy Hopkins, undo of Mr.
C. L. Hopkins, Noblo in tho last
Legislature and formorly Marshal
of tho Kingdom, has been appointed
Hawaiian Consnl-Goneral in Loudon.
A nativo woman named Ikeolo ap
peared in tho District Court to-day
on a chargo of assault and battery
on rouy, another loniaio. Tuo as-,
sault took place in a houso on Queen I
street on Saturday night, and not
withstanding that four daj's have
elapsed since tho occurrence Polly
sports two mournful looking oyes. I
In Court her evidence was to tho '
effect that she went to tho defend-
ant's houso to find out who assault-
ou nor nusuana, ana as sno was
mounting tho stops, sho was struck
and given an unmerciful boating. Ike
olo was sontoncod to pay a lino of
POSITION OF THE MIOWERA.
Captain Stott Doos Not Think Sho
Moved Last Night.
Somo people who take boarings
from tho shore maintained this
morning that the Miowora had mov
ed last night four or five foot.
(Japtaiu Stott. however, does not
think his vessel budged a foot. Tho
cables mooring her to tho anchors
have- boon made more taut, as they
had slackoned somewhat under tho
No further attempts at floating
the steamship will bo made until in
structions bo received from tho
Return of President Dole.
Mr. S. B. Dole, President of tho
Provisional Government, returned
by tho steamer Kinau this morning
from Kohala, Hawaii, where ho has
been recuperating his failing health.
At an early hour a squad of thirly
fivo polico officers, under Senior
Captain Andrews aud Captains
Parker and Langley and Lieutenants
Loalakai. Kaiena and Nahoolowa.
wore stationed ou one side of the '
Kinau wharf. Tho other border was j
occupied by Captaiu Ziogler of Co.
F. with about twontj'-fivo mon. On i
tuo arrival oi tno steamer, ana as
tuo president wanted ou tno gang- i
plank, a salute was Riven. Mr. Dole !
eutored a doublo-toam carriage and
with his Aido-de-Cainp, Major G. C.
Potter, drove up-lown. A number
of officials woro present. Mr. Dole
has improved in appearance.
Recovering the Coal.
A regular compauy of nativo divers
havo been engaged for tho past few
days in diving iu the vicinity of the
S. S. Miowora for jettisoned coal.
This company is under tho manage
ment ol Alex, bmitli, and is worked
on shares. Tho coal is piled up in a
vacant lot below the Fishmarket,
and no less than two tons of tho
article were brought in by 5 o'clock
yostorday evening. This is sold at
$8 a ton delivered. One gang go out
diving all day, aud another at night.
By this arrangement tho company is
engaged in picking up coal all tho
Hawaiian National Band.
Tho concert by the Hawaiian Na
tional Band at tho Hotel yostorday
evening, was largely attended, as all
tho National's concerts are, and tho
music was excellent as usual. Every
number was applauded, and tourists
were exultant over tho vocal selec
tions. Iu the latter tho baud was
assisted by the Hawaiian Quintet
Club. Among the most attentive
listeners to the music woro tho Gil
lig party. An elderly native created
much amusomont by his antics when
tho boys woro singing tho "Aloha
I Notico to Roman Catholics.
In future the Masses on Sundays
and holy-days of obligation will bo
At six and sovon o'clock Low
masses as usual. At nine o'clock
children's Mass with English in
struction. At half-past ten High
mass with nativo aud Portuguese
By Jas. F. Morgan.
TIintSDAY, OCT. 12th,
I will fell at auction, at the Ueshlenee of
Mr. W. 11. AbH, 110 lleretania Btreet,
the entire Household Furniture
Wire and Hair Mattreava, Ruck,
Hanging I.ampi, Cunter Tahle,
UofrI;nrutor, Wiekur Chairs.
Silver Plated Ware
('rockery, Kti, Etc.
One Alpine Stove and Utensils
Jas. F. Morgan,
BfiSt LllUCll 111 TOWn
The tahleri of thli Iteittaiiruiit lire mippllt-d
with tho liext the nmiki't nllords,
- - Chickens and Ducks - -
Cooked aiiv Htjlu, am provided three times
a week, u'ith frequent ehaiii;eti to
Turkey and Young Pig.
Hotter Cnokliiu than over. MeaU at all
I'rli'o the Hiimeai IiirniiTl, , i la
New Model Lunch Rooms,
Hear of 1'oit Otllue,
Sir. David 2I Jordan I
ol Edmcston, N. Y. I
Colorlo39, Emaciated, Helplesa (
A. Complete Cure by JXOOD'fl
This Is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and ono of the most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
"Fourteen years neo I hid an attack of the
gravel, and havo since been troublod with my
Llvor and Kldnoya
Gradually growing worso. Tlirco jears ago I
gotdownsolowthatl couIilcnrcdT irnlk.
I looked raoro llko a corp'o H'an a livlmr being.
1 liad no appellto and for nyo weeks I aia
nothing but crncl. t was badly cmactatod
and had no moro colortlian t nanrble atntue.
Hood's Barsaparllla was recommended and I
thought 1 would try it. Before I had finished
the first bottlo Inotlend that I felt better, suf
fered less, the inaninmntion ot the bind
dcr had Milnldod, the color began to roturn to
my face, and I brijan ' fee1 hungry. Alter
I had taken three bottle I could eat anything
without htirlins me. , Why, I cot so ImnRry
that I had to cat R times a day. I have now
fully rocovered, thanUs to
I feel well nud nm well. All who know
mo marvel to see mo so well." V. M. JonDAM.
HOOD'O PlLLS a" thebost at tcr-dlnner PllU,
utlit dlccatlon, curs hoadacho nd bllloumeu.
HOHKON, NEWMAN &. CO.,
Agent" for Hawaiian iMlatid1!.
MRS. s. CrOOD
Respectfully Invltos inspection of High
Class Novelties in Millinery. jut
received per ".ustralia,"
LADIES' AND CHILDKKN'S
Sailors' Hats, Choice Flowers and Feathers
LATEST NOVELTIKS IN HIBBON8,
MHS. It. ROOD,
Fort Street. lliuh-Olass Milliner.
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
The undersigned has just
received a lnrgu and varied
assortment of Jfem-Slitchcd
and Fringed Tea Cloths; also
some exceedingly handsome
Sideboard Cloths in difl'erent
lenutlis, which he invites
his huly ctibtomers to in
spect. W. C SPROULL.
KAWAIAHAO SKM1NAKY HAS ES
talilishcil a Doir.hTio Duiuiitmbnt
anil it prepared to take nnlers for jellies),
for Thaiiki;lvlii(; an.l t'lirlstmni nhoulcl he
xent ut once. KlSI 1m
iiT ilcxi-rlpllun of. 101! I'MXTIXG
done (it llir Itnlletfn Oij'ue.
C TRADE J
- HAS JCST ItF.lT.lVKI) BY LATE AHHIVAL.S
Direi't from China' Finest .Mountain Quality ! Superior to
tiling Ilvur Hold in Honolulu1
Camphor Trunk FilUd villi Patent Detective. Lock,
Latent Style Chinese llumbun Chair and Lounges,
Hi dutiful Pattern Chinese Silk and Silk Handkerchief,
High Class Tailoring in All Its Branches!
AlunjH on hum! a Oholre AHiortuiPiit of Oahmeres, TwimmIh, Etc., Etc.
Ijow Prioea and Qood B'lt C3-ua,iarxteoci
I.0"vrE3JOT &, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
1jI porters and sole agents
FOR THE SALE OK
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
I From "Uncle
' Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s
Dallenmiul & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
- America' Finent Prothuthm, Ilich and Mellow,
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
--Uiiiurm and ilrlialde.
Sco(f & Gilbert's "Sassafras"
4HP 'I Iiumi iood ire Citiarantt'iid
mln at Wr) Iteiuoiiuidii 1'rk'tn.
Mutual Teluhioni; D08-
IS THE BEST
solid inside of twenty
Formi a durable
and claxtlc, not a hrlt-
Urtalns its glos longer than nny other
Kc!its tint action of acids and nlknlies
better than nny other oil.
I Flows freely from the briibh without run
ning and spreads noil.
With the addition of I.lthnrgo, yields n
hard surface, sititiible for floors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground in
1 oil in piifte form.
Ilrlngs out the real ninnies of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the inot dellrate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly improves, tho
working of the vnrnNh.
Doos not darken white lend or any deli
lias greater body than any other oil.
Iteqiiires one-third less pigment thnn
any other oil.
Can be added to linseed oil and it will
greatly improve the linseed.
Can be thinned nith turpentine.
By actual tests, has outlasted the best
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
Uto Lt'coi. in every rot-poct in the
Piiniu muuiier as you would liiibeed
oil, with the single exception tluuyou
I niny add fully one-quarter mure Lu-
( coi. to tho Mime quantity tif pigment
than you would of linseed.
Iu lining metallic, Venetian red, the
i oohies, und other dry pigment, it it-
advisable to mix up the paint at least
one day before it is to be used, then
add a tliiid more Luroi. and the paint
will be fun nil to coer well and have
j a good gloss.
NEVEK USE JAPANS.
Where hard surfaces such as floors,
tops, etc., are required use litharge
! only, never use Japans.
I I.UCOL MIXES WITH VAR
NISHES and assist. their working and im
proves their appearance hit tiiuy
S110UM1 HE UE1 SAMK DAY THEY AUK
mixed, otherwise the gum of the var
I nihil may ho precipitated or the inix
The addition of from to of Lu
col, to varnishes does' not reduce their
lu-tre nor retard their hardening and
drying aud it prevents their cracking.
WM. G. IRWIN A GO..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Near Hotel Street.
Ham" Wine Cellar, Napa City.
Export Lager Beer,
C'al,. I'. S, A .
of bummer Drinks,
I'lrnt - t'liUH in every rfxin-iit and nrn ollered for
-1'ost Onion Boi 137
w Ife Mm $m
N. S. SACHS'
fsao Fort Street,, Honolulu,
STAMPED LINEN GOODS!
Stamped Tray Covers, Stamped Table sets,
Stamped Toilet sets, Stamped Sideboard Scarfs,
Stamped Doyleis, Stamped Laundry bags,
Stamped Travelling1 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 Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
i;srwu ii vi
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HANI) OU DAMAGED GOOD? KEI'T ON HANI)
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BEU, TELEl'HONE f,25. -3i m MUTUAL TELEPHONE H5.
3VC. . LEVY
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN TSE WINDOW.
AT THE FAMOUS STORK OK -
IB. IF-. BHLERS &d CO.
BOS Se B 1 1
A litui.lMiliie Cotton Fulirlc: New HtvleH this mnimui, the i ireeth uiu fiuvMilnll. of Cliinn
SilkH to MM- thuiii means to iiiiiireelate them.
Bilk finish jimt out, real Krenrh ilevlKim
Oashmere Sviolimos SO Gents "2"arci I
One of the handsoineM Wnbli Materials thin ei,.oii enlireh neiv and
for the price has no iijnal.
"Wlaite Jja.-vrrxs aiaci 2Dim.ity I
In l'laiii, Htrijicd and Clieekcd in ureal variety,
Vtr Drowimaking Onder the Management oi MRS. HENNEH. J&
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
UT" Kin- nkii on all Kinds ol Inmirani'o l'riM-rt( taken at Current HUloi hy
J. S. WALKER,
"ll,", ru for Hit iUwalUu UUiiUa,
"Weislx ITa."orios !
- A - TEEISTS !
ure the tliuM and the enue ol th waoon.