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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FltOM AKD APTRIl JUNE 1, 1893.
To RWA Mil,!,.
Leave Honolulu.,.. 8:45
Leave l'carl Olty 9:30
An Wo Ewn Mill 9:67
0. B. B.
A.M. A.M. I'.M.
Leave Ewn Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43
Leave 1'enrl City... .0:55 11:15 4:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55
A. Saturdays only.
0. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
LOCAL AND OENEKAI, NEWS.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Weather,
hazy, wind light oast.
WHO OWNS THE TRACK P
Tides, Sun and Moon.
1IY C. J. LYONS.
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5 55 5 S3 7 :is
5 55 5 37
6 55 6 iSH'i
6 50 5 35
New niiinn on tho lltll, at lOli. 5flm. u. in,
Timo Whistle blows at 111. &m. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is the simio us 12U. Om.
0s. of Uiecuwicu time.
TIE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY. OCT. 12, 1893.
Native Fans aud Islaud Curios in
groat varioty at tho Elito Ice Cream
Coutral Union Church ladies will
give their popular monthly social at
tho church parlors this ovoning.
Copies of a photograph of Koo
lau," tho Kalalau lopor outlaw, havo
boon mado by amatour photogra
phers. Dr. Howard troatod 2181 patiouts
at tho Honolulu Disponsary for tho
quarior onaoa hopt. au, bosiuos ex
amining over GOO school children.
Tho annual mooting of tho Hono
lulu Library aud Iioading Room As
sociation, for tho purpose of electing
trustoos, will bo hold at tho Library
hall to-morrow evening.
Photos of tho winning crew of tho
Champion Myrtles ono showing
thorn in thoir training quarters at
Poarl harbor are on exhibition in
a window of tho Pacific Hardware
Co. . .
Mr. C. W. Ashford had the honor
of losing the first jury trial ovor
hold in Kohala. Tho law and the
evidence must havo been agin' him.
Mr. W. R. Castle was tho opposing
Mr. and Mrs. N. Neal loft on the
S. S. Australia yesterday for San
Francisco principally for the form
er's health. Mr. Neal has been ail
ing somo time, and a sea voyago was
Tho Hawaiian Quintet Club sere
naded Mr. Gillig at tho Snow Cot
tage last evening. People passing
by were attracted by the fino music,
many lingering outside tho fence to
enjoy the treat.
McDowall and Knudson have
bought tho big boat loft off tho
missionary packet Morning Star
some-time ago. They are going to
repair it for use as a fishiug boat in
the windward channels.
Thursday, Oct. 12.
Am bk Detroit, Darrali. for Royal Roads.
Stmr J A Cummins for Kooltiu
Sohr Kauikeaouli fur Kailua, Konn
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Kinau for Luhaina, Maalaea, Make
na, Mahukona, Kawaihae, Laupaboe
hoo, Hakalau, Honomu, Pobakumanu,
Pepeekeo, Onoinea, Pupaikou and Hilo
For Maui, por stmr Cluudinc, Oct 11 J
W Colville, Father Matbias, Father Sylves
ter, F Bettus, C N Hose, J Kamio, Mrs W
Q Scott, Mr James and 30 deck.
Vessels in Port.
U S S Philadelphia, Barker, from Callao,
USB Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
S S Miowera, Stott, from Vancouver
Br'schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yoko
hama Am schr Robert Lowers', from Port Gam
ble Am bktnoSN Castle, Hubbard, from San
Am schr Transit, Jorgensen, from San
Fruncisco . -
Br ship Oountyof Merioneth, Parry, from
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from San
Am bkt S G Wilder, from San Francisco
Or bk J C Pfluger, wohers, from Bremen
Gr bk Paul Isenberg, Biet, from Liveipool
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Francisco
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S B Miike Maru, Thompson, from Yoko
hama, due Oct 22,,
O & O 8 S Oceanic, Smith, from San Fran
cisco, due Oct. 10.
S S Monowai. Carey, from the Colonies,
due Oct. 19.
SB Mariposa, Hay ward, from San Fran
cisco, duo Oct 20
S S China, Ward, from Hongkong and
Yokohama, due Nov 0
S S Warrimoo, from the Colonies, due
Am bgt J D Spreckels, from S F for Kahu
lui, due Aug 26
Am bk Harvester, from S F Hilo, due Aug
Am bk Martha Davis, from Boston, due
Br ship Villatta, from Liverpool, duo Jan
Uer bk Nautilus from Liverpool, due Dec
Am schr Allen A, from Eureka, due Oct 1
Tho Board of Health has mado
application to tho Minister of the
Interior for the lands required at
the Leper Settlement, under the act
lately passed by the P. G. providing
for their expropriation.
Wm. Mossman, Jr., was arrested
this afternoon by a police special
for playing che fa. A book contain
ing tickets supposed to be his was
brought to the station. Nothing
pertaining to tho game was found
on his person.
A Japanese peddlor arrived in
town from tho Government land in
the rear of Mount Tantalus with a
fine load of Japanese turnips, meas
uring in several cases as long as
thirty-five inches and ten inches in
Louis Morningstar, the globe trot
ter, is having a new suit of clothes
made for himself, and will pay for
it out of the proceeds of the sale of
his picture. The Star, he says, for
whom he has boon writing, won't
give him a lift.
Mr. Robert Lewers got a pretty
sendoff, as he was leaving by tho
Australia yesterday. The four-masted
schooner named after him aud
owned by his firm, in dressing for
tho occasion, had "Good bye; bon
voyage" displayed in the code of
At a meeting of the Cathedral
Congregation of St. Audrew's last
night Mr. John Bush presiding
aud Rev. V. H. Kitcat recorder
Messrs. Solomon Moheula, Ed. Stiles
aud AV. H. Wright were elected as
Synodmen. The Synod will meet
The steamer J. A. Cummins took 40 tons
of coal fur Hcoia to-day.
About 50,000 feet of lumber and a small
engine from the schooner Transit went to
Kailua, Hawaii, by the schooner Kauike
aouli this morning.
The bktne, S. N. Castle moved into tli
Oceanic duck shortly after it was vacated
by the Australia yosterday, and this morn
ing she was engaged in discharging her
The steamer Klnau will sail for wind
ward ports at 2 o'clock to-morrow after
noon. The numerous ports that shecalUat
on her route are to be seen under the head
ing of "Vessels Leaving To-morrow."
The bark Andrew Wolch moved from
Brewer's wharf yesterday to the Old Cus
tom House wharf. Tho 4-mastcd scboouor
Transit moved into the vacated dock and
commenced discharging this morning.
"The 4-masted schooner Uobert Lowers,
which had beon lying in the stream since
her arrival last Sunday, was pulled along
side the new Fort-street wharf this morn
ing, and is now engaged in discharging
her cargo of lumber,
The P, G. artillerists detailed to
Baluto President Dole on arrival yes
terday uioruiutr woro too Blow.
When they reached tho Kakaako
battery with their field pieces, tho
steamer Kinau had already reached
her dock. Tho saluting squad took
in the situation and sullouly dragged
their cold cannon back (o barracks
without having saluted tho Presi
dent. A snecial roport on tho olli
cieucy of tho artillery branch of tho
service will now bo in order.
Notice to Roman Catholics,
In future tho Masses on Sundays
and holy-dayri of obligation will bo
At six and buvoii o'clock Low
masses as usual. At uiuo o'clock
children's Mass with tiuglish in
struction, At half-past tun High
mass with native and Portuguese
The Templo of Fashion will be
closed on Friday in order to make
arrangements for a grand sale of
embroideries, laces, veiling, handker
chiefs and some high novelties in
children's caps and bonnets, which
will be offered at a great sacrifice.
The Tomplo of Fashion will re-open
Bandmaster Berber has "for the
present" been domed a request to
let Mekia, a member of tho National
band, go to Molokai for a low weeks
to instruct the leper band. The
Board believed that Mekia's motivo
was to assist his wife to get settled,
she having been sent as a patient to
the settlement last luosuay.
THE MIOWERA MOVING.
No Doubt That the Stranded Steamer
Took a Start.
There is evidence that the steam
ship Miowera certainly did move
under tho strain of her mooring
cables at high tide large yesterday
morning. By a mark on shore in
line with a pile of tho dredge pipe
line supports, tho position ol tno
vessel was found to have changed
by two feet advance, estimated. Tho
conclusion from the sighting was
coufirinod by tho slack cables hold
ing tho vessel to tho anchors. As
slated in yesterday's issue, tho cables
had to be made taut.
Messrs. Thoo. H. Davios te Co.,
agents of tho 0. A. S. S. Lino, yes
torday afternoon acknowledged tho
receipt of a tender for ronioving tho
Miowera from Mr. Arthur McDowall.
Tlioy invited him to a consultation
as to his method, in which they took
so much interest as to ask him for a
diagram of it. Mr. McDowall en
gaged to furnish a diagram forth
with. Ho and Mr. Swanston, it will
bo retnombored, lately took tho lit
tle stoumor Waimaualo off tho rocks
near Waialua, whon exports declared
she was hopelessly stranded.
A scow was engaged this after
noon to carry 110 fathoms of chain
to tho Miowera, to lw substituted in
place of a wire oalilo loaned to thai
vessol by tho U. S. S. Philadelphia.
M. Goldberg has just received by
thu Htiuiuinr Australia a sample lino
of Gouts and Ladies' Shoos, aud not
being in tho shoe business ho has no
desire to Itoop ilium in stock. 'J'hey
will bo sold by the pair or in lots to
suit tho buyer AT COST. Coino
mid look ut them,
Harry Welsh, tramcar drivor, ap
peared in tho District Court to-day,
on a charge of "furious and hoodless
driving on Sopt. 28, on Nuuanu ave
nue, thoreby imminently endanger
ing tho porsonal safoty of certain
porsons on said avonuo at said timo."
H. O. Nailor and R. B. Jollings, who
woro iu the car, testified to being
mombors of tho P. G. guards but not
on duty that day. Thoir evidence
was to the offoct that tho car was
driven at a modorato paco till ap-
E reaching tho soldiors when tho
orsos woro whipped up aud broko
into tho rear ranks. Tho drivor rang
tho boll sovoral times and called out
to tho soldiors to got of tho va3but
the hand drowuod Iiib voice.
Lieut. Coyne stated that he was
iu command of tho soldiors. Lieut.
Smith gave them a command to got
off tho track, but boforo thoy could
do so tho car ran into the line. On
tho way up thoy had trouble with
tho same drivor. Witness told tho
mou to stop the horsos. un cross
oxamination Coyne stated that the
band was not playing when the bell
was ringing, about twenty or thirty
Sergeant E. A. Stout, privates C.
Herskiug and O. Kuutson, gave evi
dence similar to tho others, the only
additional item being that Herskiug
did not know the horsos wero be
hind until the nose of ono struck his
barrel. Tho baud was playing. Tho
Mrs. Sarah Mills, for tho defense
stated, that the animals were trot
ting at a moderate pace from School
to Kukui streets. Defendant rang
the boll sovoral times and called out
to clear the track. One man turned
around, but thoy still kept ahead.
Witness was alongside the car in a
brake wheu Coyne pointed tho pis
tol at the driver and the horsos were
stopped, aud tho soldiers were scat
tered; tho band was not playing all
Gov. G. D. Freoth got on the oar
at the Eagle House aud was witness
to two stops made by tho car driver.
Hoard ringing of bell aud drivor
telling soldiors to clear track. The
horsos were going at an ordinary
gait. The driver stopped within
two feet of the rear lino, when sol
diers pointed their kuus at the car.
W. H. Cunnigham aud J. A. Doyle
woro eye-witnosses to tho affair, and
confirmed the evidence of the pre
vious wituosses as to the modorate
paco the horses were going at, and
to the ringing of the boll aud warn
ing to get off the track. Mr. Doyle
particularly heard the driver put
the brake down when tho car got
close to the soldiers.
The Judge committed defendant
for trial. P. Neumann for the de
fense. m m ,m
HELD UNDER SUSPICION.
A Native Arrested Por Entering the
House of W. B. Ash.
Haloakala, the notorious Hawaiian
sleight-of-hand artist, is again in the
toils, and is liable to spond another
term in Jailor Low's keop. This
time Haloakala has been arrested in
connection with tho burglary which
occurred at the residence of Mr. W.
B. Ash on Berotauia street. Some
timo last mouth, betweon 8 and 9
o'clock iu the evening, Ash noticed
a native acting rather suspiciously
around his piomises. Ho sot a
watch and saw tho man come to his
window and peep in three times.
Tho last time after a pause tho
burglar mounted tho sill and drop
ped in the room. Ash neithor stirred
nor made any noise but awaited
further developments. Tho man
moved about tho room and was get
ting uncomfortably near tho owner
of the premises, when the latter
emorgod from his hiding place aud
grabbed him. As the man did not
struggle or make au ellort to elude
his grasp, Ash asked him his busi
ness. Tho man stated he was look
ing for work. Ash released him and
walking to his trunk was about to
take out a rifle, when the native
jumped at him and struggled to
gain possession of the gun. Iu the
scuffle Ash was tumbled and the in
Short Broath, Honrt Trouble, Rhou-mntlsm.
Hra. X &I. 1'alno
Eagle Creok, Oregon.
"I havo lived bore In OrcRon for tho past
twenty yean, and most of thu tlmo have boon a 1
very treat sufTcicr from Inflnmnintorr '
rhtuumtlam. 1 have also lmil what tlio doctor
callod heart ilUcnso, wltii ilinrtneu of breath I
and sharp pains In tho left ihlc. I decided to tako :
Hood's S.irsapat Ilia, and befor I had finished
llireo bottles I was In bcttei health than I had
beon for years. I do not have any pain now,
sleep woll, and to-day no woman of my aet
Enjoys Botter Health
than I. At home on the ranch I not only attend !
to my family housework, but last snmmor I
cai cd for and milked four cows. I do not feel
that I can say half enough In praise of
Mas. L. M. Paine, Eai;lo Creek, Oregon.
Hood's Pills aro prompt and efficient, yet
easylnacUon. Bold by all druggists. 25c-
HOBR.ON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
rpHKKK WILL BK A MEETING OF
JL the Stockholders of the Waikapu 8u
nR Company at the olllce of Wm, (i. Irwin
it Co., L'd, iu Honolulu on MONDAY, the
Kith day of October, at 2 o'clock p. 111., to
consider the question uf the partition of
the Waikapu lands held In common with
the Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar 'o.,
or such other disposition of the same as
may bo brought before the meeting.
M. Al. UirjVAIlU,
IS THE BEST
Dries perfectly solid Inside of twenty
Forms a durable and clatlc, not b brit
llohilns Its glos longer than any other
Keslsts the action of acids and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows froclj from the brush without run
ning and spreads woll.
With tho addition of Llthargo, yields a
hard surface, sultablo for iloors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground in
oil in paste form.
Brings out tho real shades of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for tho most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly Improves the
FOR TWO WEEKS!
N. S. SACHS'
CSO Fort Street, Honolulu,
Honolulu, Oct. 7, Ibii3.
Secretary Waikapu Sugar Co.
Itespcctfullv invite inspection of Hijrh
t'las Sovoltics in Millinery, just
received per "Australia,"
LADIES' AND OHILDKEN'S
Sailors' Hats, Choice Flowers and Feathers
LATEST NOVELTIES IN HIBBONS,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
MRS. B. GOOD,
Fort Street. High-01as Milliner.
working of the vnrnN
Doos not dnrken white lead or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Hcqulres one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can he added to llnsoed oil ami it will
greatly improve tho linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
By actual tests, has outlasted tho best
Therefore, Is the best paint oil ever manufactured.
Direction for Use.
Ui-o Lucoi. in every respect in the
saint! manner as you would linseed
oil, with the single exception time you
may add fully one-quarter more Lu
coi, to tho mime quantity of pigment
1)11111 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 be used, then
add a thiid more L1100L and tin: paint
will be found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
NEVER USE JAPANS. .
Where hard surfaces such as floors,
steps, etc., aro required use litharge
only, never use Japans.
LUCOL MIXES WITH VAR
NISHES and assists their woiking and im
provcf their appearance miT ihky
SHOULD HE IISKI) SAME DAY THEY AltE
mixed, otherwise the gum of the var
nish may he precipitated ur the mix
Tho addition of from to i of Lu
coii to varnishes does not reduce their
lustre nor retard their hardening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
STAMPED LINEN GOODS 1
Stamped Tray Covers, Stamped 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.
I TRADE 1
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND A.N EXTENSIVE ASSOKTMENT OK
&&. . .
.:jLWM CilU,, CilU,
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
) NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAOKI) GOODS KEPT ON HAND
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Best Lunch in Town!
truder escaped, leaving a strip of his
shirt in Ash's hand, bovoral natives
have boon interviewed siuco iu con
nection with the unlawful entry and
all poiuted out Haloakala as the
man. Haloakala was locked up on
Monday ponding investigation.
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
The undersigned litis just
received a large and varied
assortmont of JTem-Si itched
and Fringed Tea Cloths; also
some exceedingly handsome
Sideboard Cloths in different
lengths, which he invites
his lady customers to in
spect. W. G. SPROULL.
Tho tables of tliis Ket:iurmit lire supplied
witli thu best the miirket ailordi,
- - Chickens and Ducks - -
Cooked any style, arc provided three times
a week, with freipieiit rhtingcs to
Turkey and Young Pig.
Hotter Cooking than over. Meals at all
hours. Prices the same us formerly, vrnv
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 525. -Kfc W MUTUAL TELEPHONE (H5.
ls. S. LEVY
LOW II V THE WKKK.
Hear of Post Olllue.
A LL PERSONS HAVING
XX against Kobert William
sonally are requested to present the same
without delay at the Ollice of
BRUOE it A. J. OAKTWHIGHT.
Hnnnlnln. Aue. 2fl. IWK. 81.1-tf
Near Hotel Street.
ANOTHER INFORMER DONE UP.
Incipient Riot at the Chinese Theatre
Over a Spy.
Thoro was rjuite a Celestial rough
and tumble pigtail-pulling match iu
front of tho Ghine.se Theatre about
11:30 o'clock last night, aud a Chi
ueso police informer came out tho
worst handled. It appears that tho
informer had been giving certain
little transactions in tho Chinese
Theatre away, with tho result that
a good many dollars woro roapod
bv the Government through opium
smoking and selling. Tho informer
unfortunately for himself was spied
by patrons of tho thoatro and
watchod. Tho drama on tho boards
at tho Oriental Bowery was about
coming to a close wheu the Chinese
Piukortou was noticed outside tho
door, aud a nunibof of his fellow
countrymen set on him and puui
moled him unmercifully, iu tho
nieloo a good many mistook each
other for the victim of thoir wrath,
and for a timo it looked like a free
fight. Things woro quieted down,
howovor, by tho arrival of a man in
blue aud tho crowd scattered. Tho
informer identified sovou of his ax
sailauts, but as thoy could not bo
found matters woro dropped until
this morning, when warrants woro
issued for thoir nrrost. By noon tho
squad was captured.
IIAh JU.ST RECEIVED I1Y LATE AMUVALS
ICA. YIZDsTOIHITT TEl !
Direct from China I Finest Mountain Quality I Superior to Any
thing Ever Sold iu Honolulu!
Camphor Trunks Fitted with Patent Detective Isiok-a,
Uttrsl Stylex G'hinrxe liumboo Chair and F,oungex,
Jieautiul J'atternn Chinese Silk and Silk Handkerchief a, Etc
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Always on hand a Choice Assortment of Cashmere", Tweeds, Etc., Y.W..
IjO-w Prioes and Gtood 3Tit OKx&x'&n'toecl
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
KAWAIAHAO 8KMINAHY HAS Kb
UblUhi'il a Domestic J)Ki-AitTMi'.iir
and Is prepared to take order for lulllux,
bread und cukes. All orders for fruit eake
for ThnnkcHlvlliK and Christmas should be
tent at oiivo, B.W lm
LOVBJOY &, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
l-'OU THE BALE OK
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellar, A'uki City.
Frodericksbtiry Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
-San .lone, Cut,, U. S. A .
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America' Finet Production, liich and Mellow,
Smianco, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Itcliable.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Prink.
tW These (loinU re (luuruuteuil Klret-elusn hi every respeot uitd are ollered for
sule al Very KeuHonahle Prieei, K37"m
,1'ost OrriCG Uox 1117
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OF
IB. IE IBiHIJLiIEIRS & GO.
BOS b 511 PORT STRBB3T.
Canton Wash. IFeiTorios !
A handsome Cotton Fahriu New Styles this s-uimhi, the cHei'tH are fne-simlles of I'hiun
Silks; to see thum means to appreciate them,
-MLAJECKJ SA.TE3E3jSTS !
Silk finish just out; rent French designs are the IIiiom and the cnue of the season.
Cashmere Sublimes SO Oen.ts Yard I
OnHof the JmudsomeM Wash Materials this cercon entirely new Hint
for the price has no eipial,
"Wliit Lawns axicl Dimity I
In Plain, Striped and Checked Iu great variety.
tW Dreuunaklng Under the Vauageaieut ol MRS. RENNER, .&
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the "World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Klre risks on nil kinds of Iunraiici Property lUii nt Current JlUki by
J. S. WALKER,
Knt for Uu UwlliU ItUutU,