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SCHOOL VACATION NOTICE.
The regular Christmas vacation of nil
Public School in tho country, will uxtuml
from FRIDAY, December iinA, to MON
DAY, thu Sth of Jtinunry next.
ily ouliTof the Hoard of Education,
W. J AS. SMITH,
Olllcu of the Board of Education, Nov.
!Hnd, IS'.M. 8!i8-at
TIE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to ntUher Sect nor Party,
lint Kstabliahetl for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 1B93.
It is vory amusing to no how tho
Advortisor pads out its local uol
uunis with itnportitHMit nothings to
mako up tor its lack of uews.
It is a wondor tho Aelvcrttaur is no
eusier this morning, ou tho question
of P. G. stability, since tho Holoinua
has begun to liro blank cartridges.
There was a rumor started in New
York lately that tho North Ameri
can Navigation Company had bold
out to tho Pacific Mail and was
about to abandon its lino between
San Francisco and Panama. Cap
tain William L. Merry of Sail Fran
cisco denied tho rumor, saying the
N. A. N. Co. hail only that day
(.N'ovember 2) decided to double the
capital stock and raise $200,000 moro
for the continuance of the lino. He
said that tho advance in the price
of Pacific Mail stock was duo to an
attempt on the part of that com
pany to bolster it up during the
uneasy feeling that naturally follows
to heavy a loss as that of tho steam
er City of Now York. In spite of
this disclaimer, however, it would
not be a bit surprising if the rumor
should prove to be true. The fact
that the opposition lino has to raise
$200,000 more thus early in its career
is not without significance, and old
and rich concerns like the Pacific
Mail are hard to down in a fight.
Ilung Jury ou an Opium Caso
The foreign jury that tried Ah
Kai yesterday for opium unlawfully
in possession disagreed and wore
Ah Shea was tried this morning
for liquor soiling and found guilty.
Judge Cooper fined him 100 and
costs Slrf..")0. Duxid-xju for defend
ant. Wong Leong, opium, withdrew his
appeal and was given tiut'l Monday
nost to pay his fine. Peterson for
Ah Cheoug, opium, had his bail
bond ou appeal forfeited. V. V.
Ashford for defendant.
Look Sang, opium, pleaded guilty
aud was fined J50 and costs .;!.."()
Davidson, his attorney, asking for
this tho minimum penalty, as de
ft udaut only had a small quantity
for self-indulgoiice in possession.
Ah Chang pleaded guilty to keep
ing a disorderly house and was fined
SoO aud costs .i.'t.oO. Carter it Carter
Magiuo and Sim is, violating the
P. G. gambling law, entered a ploa
of guilty. Simis was granted a
nolle prosequi aud Magiuo was fiuod
$25 aud costs &5.50, with tune till to
morrow to pay. Ivaulukou for do
Mori was put on trial for vagraucy
this afternoon, the following jury
being sworn: Unas. Carter, b. lion
uer, F. Philp, E. O. White, Frank
Winter, J. M. Angus, Chas. Hall, H.
Schultze, K. Podeyn, Thos. Krouso,
E. A. Mclnorny aud C. T. Day.
Deputy Marshal A. M. Brown prose
cuting; Ivaulukou for the defense.
Verdict, guilty; sentenced to one
Tho rest of tho jury panel -were
excused from 1 :f0 till 8:1 JO o'clock.
.MATTEli-i AT CIIAHllKUS.
F. W. McChesnoj, assignee of W.
H. Daniels, of Wailuku, bankrupt,
has filed a petition for discharge,
which will be hoard on Mouday
next. He has paid a dividend of 20
percent, aud has a balance of $810.21
belonging to tho estate.
Pulowia Pekolo petitions for tho
appointment of George iloughtail
ing as guardiau of hor minor daugh
ter Kuel Kiunoy, who owns property
wortli two thousand dollars.
Chief Justice J udd has signed a
decree in accoidanco with his recent
decision ou motion for accouut made
by Geo. W. Macfarlano, in tho caso
of the Hawaiian Commercial aud
Sugar Company vs. tho Waikapu
Sugar Company. Koforonee is inado
to Honry hinitn, master in chancery,
to ascertain how much if any land
has been planted or taken posses
sioii of by tho Hawaiian Commercial
and Sugar Company, out of lauds
owned in common by the two com
panies, since Juno 10, 181)1, aud tho
length of time of said occupation,
but not including land in the pos
session of the said company prior to
OhumborJuin's Colic, Cholera and
When troubled with pain in tho
Htoiimcli, bilious colic or dinrrhu'ii
giu this medicine a trial aud you
will bo more than pleased with the
result. It is pleasant, safe and re
liable. 25 and HO cunt bottles foi
sale by all deulers. IJeiisou, Smith
V Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
SAID TO BE SAFE.
Ship Wm. A, Campbell's Missing
News of the Captain and Ms Party
Having Arrived In London,
A report circulated round town
this noon that the captain of tho
wrecked ship Vui. A. Canipbolh to
gether with his family, had arrived
iu Loudon safe aud sound.
The report was traced to Capt.
Rice of the American bark Enoch
Talbot now in this port. A Bulletin
reporter saw Capt. Kiee, who said ho
had heard tho news at Pugot Sound.
His informant said ho had soon tho
account of Capt. Havomoyor's arrival
inLomloii in an Lastorn paper.
Capt. Hico was asked if tho infor
mation was reliable. Ho replied
that the goutlotuau who told him
tho good uews was perfectly reliable,
he was well acquainted with him.
b tirther, ho said that a general fool
ing of relief pervaded tho commu
nity of Pugot Souud over the intel
ligence. Chas. Gerard, one of tho ship
wrecked sailors who arrived at these
islauds iu the mate's boat, is ou
board tho Enoch. Talbot. Capt. Kiee
referred the reporter to this mau,
whom he accordingly sought and
found working iu tho hold.
Gerard answered the iuquiry for
information iu a surly manner.
".So, sir, tlio only lulormatiou is
to keep away,'' was what ho Baid.
The ship Wm. A. -Campbell, built
in Maine iu 18(56, left Pugot Sound
on August fi, 1SD2, with 1,20,000 feet
of lumber for Cork, Ireland. Tho
captain had his wife and six-mouths
old child with him.
All wont well till tho morning of
August 2(i, wheu a cyclone caught
tho vessel, doing her much damage.
For two days tho captain stuck to
her, but on tho 28th it was decided
to abandon hor.
Captain Haveinoyer, wife and baby,
with a uumbor of the crew, 14 per
sons all told, left the derelict iu a
whaleboat. Mate Sullivan took the
only other available boat, with ten
of the crew. Tho mate's boat came
ashoro at Kahuwai, Puna, Hawaii,
on Sept. 20, all on board badl used
up. They were cared for here aud
sent home. Nothing was overheard
of tho captain's boat until tho in
telligence now repeated for tho first
time iu Honolulu. It will be remem
bered that tho Wilder steamer Kinau
cruised to sea 100 miles off Hawaii in
iiuost of tho captaiu's boat, tho U. S.
S. Boston making an unavailing
cruise a week or ten days later. It
was for publishing letters of Ameri
can citizens here, criticizing the de
lay iu despatching tho Boston on
her errand of mercy, that the editor
of the Bulletin was arrested and
hold under ."00 bail for many weeks,
on a charge of criminal libel against
Minister Stevens sworn to by the
If there is no mistake in name of
ship or captain, tho Wm. A. Camp
bell's missing boat's company reach
ed laud alive. In our first report of
tho shipwreck tho captain's name
was given as Havens, aud a contem
porary gave him a different name.
Another discrepancy refers to tho
sailor Gerard, in that his name does
not appear in tho list of survivors iu
tho mate s boat, which was furnish
ed to this paper by a special corres
pondent at Hilo.
A FIREMAN PULLED IN.
Charged With Assaulting a Chinese
About 12:30 o'clock to-day Chief
Justice Judd arrived out of breath
at tho Police Statiou and told tho
police to send some ollicors to Lu
kolu's place, ou Merchant, between
Alakea aud Richards streets. Mr.
Judd said that as ho was passing
on his way from the Courthouse
he hoard someone crying out,
"haul iu," as if being assaulted.
Roundsman Kaapa aud another offi
cer immediately repaired to the
scone, aud found a Chinese peddler
oi lruit, bemoaning tho loss ol sev
eral oranges. Lukola, owner of tho
promises, was iutorrogated aud an
swered that when ho returned homo
at noon ho was greeted with loud
cries emanating from his promises.
On entering ho saw the Celestial,
who was making hideous cries, aud
he gave him tho g. b. Tho China
man claimed that a native had rob
bed him. Shortly.aftor a member of
Engine Co. No. 2 camo out of tho
house, and was identified by tho
vendor as tho dospoilor of his goods.
Tho fireman was marched to tho
Police Station aud charged with as
sault and battery.
Two Chinamen Claim to Have Been
J. Leviki, against whom there were
two charges of assault and battery
ou Chinamen, appeared iu the Dis
trict Court this morning, and filed
a counter charge against one of tho
complainants. Tho trouble occurred
at Palauia ou Saturday, tho China
men claiming that the native pum
iiieJod them aud tore thoir clothes,
after throwing stones at thoir houses.
A woman corroborated tho Celes
tials' statement. Two witnesses for
tho defendant stated that ho was
working with them blasting a rock,
and something which tho defendant
said arousing tho iro of thu coin
plaiunntH one of thorn struck
Leviki with an ax handle. Blood
was (lowing from a wound iu tho
man's head. Thu evidence hud not
been all iu by noon aud thu caso wab
continued until to-morrow.
.HE WAS NOT READY.
Though Ho Wanted a Hoarlnfj n
Early as Possible
W. G. Smith, editor of tho Star,
appeared in tho District Court this
morning to plead to a charge of
libol iu the fust degree, preferred by
Mr. Chas. B. Wilson. Counsel for
i defendant stated that hn was ready
to plead, hut that they were not
roaily to proceed with tho caso. Ho
asked for a coutinuauco until Friday
nest, which was granted, tho prose
cution otroriug no objection.
Mr. Smith was arrested twice yos
torday afternoon at tho instance of
tho same complainaut and released
on his own recognizance. Thoro
was quito a crowd in the courtroom
this morning, who oxpoctod a lively
time but wore disappointed. A
continuance ou tho part of tho
dofondant was a surprise, after his
wish expressed on first appearance
to have a hearing as early as possi
Gloanings and Oossip.
The now publisher of tho Phila
delphia Public Ledger is George W.
Childs Dioxol, tho 25-yoar old sou of
tho lato A. J. Droxel. Mr. Childs
thinks very highly of him, aud as
sures tho public that tho young man
has groat mechanical genius, is moro
foud of horses than of society, aud
will devote himsolf almost exclu
sioly to his now duties.
Mrs. Clovolaud sends nearly all
tho dogs that are sont to her as pre
sents to an uuelo named Col. Har
mon, who lives at Jackson, Mich.
So tho colonel has all sorts of dogs
ou his colory farm, in fact more than
ho knows what to do with. The
surplus he gives to people who en
joy dogs and who are kind to thorn.
Duo dog of fiue Gorman breed ho
gave to a friend iu Germany, who
recently wrote that ho was taking
lots of prizes with tho animal at
shows, and gaining groat repute as
a breeder of dogs.
A famous athlete died at his par
ents' homo in Now York, a few weeks
ago, at tho ago of 21) from a disease
of tho stomach resulting from a
strain iu a boat race. Dr. Richard
A. Matthews was a graduate of the
university of tho city of Now York
and of its medical school, and be
came assistant surgeon at Bellevuo
hospital iu 1S01. While lowiug in
tho eight oared shell of tho Passaic
boat club ho so inj ired himself that
he had to resign his place aud his
docliuo has been swift aud sure.
Matthews was a model of physical
symmetry and had a remarkable
record in many lines of athletics
iu football, baseball, lacrosse, l nu
lling, and so ou.
Prevention Is Better
Than cure, aud those who are sub
ject to rheumatism cau prevent at
tacks by keeping tho blood pure aud
free from tho acid which causes tho
disease. You can rely upon Hood's
Sarsaparilla as a remedy for rheu
matism and catarrh, also for every
form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils
aud other diseases caused by impure
blood. It tones and vitalizes tho
are easy and gontle
Rooms to let with board at Ilaui
For Now Silks aud Infants' Out
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
Dr. R. 1. Mooro, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his office from King street
to Berotauia street, uear Emma.
Ciiu. Hi:hsi;ind and J. McMeeein,
Piano Tunors and Teachers, Peu
hallow House, Borotuuia street. Mu
tual tolephoue 014. Lessons given
on Piano for beginners and practi
cal piano players. Tuning orders
will be promptly attended to.
CEEHAL EXPERIENCED HANDS
O ut J'refHiuukiiig. Apply at Mrs. Mol
lis' DrissmaUiug hstablisjimont.
SO .UK LIVING CARPS FOR RREED
ing. leu Uipu lluuuliun I'lKMiamiLs for
Planting. E. LINDEMANN.
Wailuu, Kmiui. sS0-3t
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
T TJ1 15 A N N U A 1, M EKTI XU Ol.' TH E
Union 1'Yl-iI Co.. IcI. liulil in Hono
lulu ou the lf.th Uuy of November, Ir'J'i,
the following oIlici'M went I'lfcti'd to serve
foi thu imrming ,M'itr;
K. 0. Miu.failanc
V. l Allen . .
V. W. MuL'fuilaiif,
!'. K. Villa . .,
Trt'iis. A; Mamiuer.
!'. It. YUM,
tury U. 1''. Uo , f.t'il.
For Thanksgiving, Xmas
AND NEW YEAR 1
Large Fat Corufed Turkeys !
A I Ml
suoiciisra- pigs i
tar in. jiiii.. of
C. W. MACFARLANE.
The Queen streetShaviqg Parlors
(Ailjuliiliii! MorKiin's Auction Hooni)
- VIII' l kit OIIIAIN A
First China Shave or Hair Cut
Hewaiiaii Hardware Go., L'd
Saturday, Nov. 18, 189S.
If newspapers can make
things lively no one can com
plain of dull times now. Last
Tuesday we had the largest
days' business since the store
was first opened and as our
sales have been uniformly
large from the beginning this
means something. Just how
trade will be affected by the
"contingency" that has arisen
is hard to tell, but the impres
sion among business men is
that it's going to "drap." It
is unfortunate that anything
should' have occurred to delay
the settlement of affairs be
cause a settlement is what is
wanted to restore confidence
abroad as well as at home.
No matter upon which side of
the fence the pear drops one
political faction is going to be
disappointed. It is not prob
able .that the policy of Mr.
Cleveland is such that both
sides will be satisfied and as
one is to be happy, the other
not, it is unfortunate that the
strain upon the public mind is
to continue for several weeks.
In the meanwhile our lives and
property, and we trust our
minds, are to be protected
from seen or unforeseen foes.
An assurance which the peo
ple will receive with joy, par
ticularly when it is considered
that the men on both sides
have been so mild in their
arguments that there has not
been even a bloodied nose as
the result of the revolution.
When we mentioned mud
last week in connection with
mats, we had no idea hat the
rain would continue falling to
such an extent that there
would be a big sale of Hart
mann steel mats. Mud makes
the demand and the more mud
the greater th. demand. For
tunately our stock of wire
mats as well as cocoa mats is
large enough to meet all de
mands. Cleanliness is next to soap.
We handle Colgates, best qua
lity toilet soap and sell it at
prices which make other deal
ers blush first and then turn
green with envy. Blush be
cause of their assurance in
asking such high prices and
turn green at the way our
stock meets the approval of
our customers. Have you ever
tried Colgates' cashmere bou-
Ten tons of wire shipped
last Tuesday to people who in
tend building locked fences and
save money. Two good things
they wanted and knew where
to get them wire and stays.
Of course among people who
are not particular as to econ
omy in anything the old fash
ioned post and wire fence is
good enough. It increases
the sales of the man who deals
in posts as well as he who sells
wires. Our only surprise is
that such philanthropists don't
import nails so they can make
post and rail fences such as are
used in the eflete East. It's a
good way to get rid of money.
But if you want to save, and
the stringency in the financial
market warrants everyone
keeping his hand upon his
purse, a locked fence is as
good as a savings fund.
While the weather is bad
for painting the cloudy day is
a good one on which to con
template the colors you will
use in painting your house.
We have color cards which we
will be pleased to send you,
illustrating the shades of the
Hendry ready mixed paints.
You already know that these
paints cover more space than
any other brand of prepared
paint, and we assure you that
their brilliancy will outlast all
others, If, when you open a
can, you find it unsatisfactory,
send it back and we will re
fund your money. We guar
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
OppOklU Hpreokelh' lllook,
07 FONT STKEET.
Australian Veterinary Establishment, Syd
ney, H. S. W.
I tako pleasure In amiouuchtf; thnt I
have established nn Agency In Hono
lulu for the sale of my well-known
Komu'iles, and have appointed Mr;
ClAKKNCK W. MaCTARLANK HIV Sole
Apent for the Iliiwuiinn Islands and
(Signed) JOHN I'OTTIK,
K. E. V. M. S.
Galling attention to the above
announcement, I beg to inform
plantation owners, rummers ami
t lie public generally that I am
now in full supply of all of Ur.
Pottie's Celebrated Remedies, to
gether with his treatises on the
principles of doctoring animals
and the remedies to be used.
Dr. lttie stands pre-eminently
at the head of the veteri
nary profession and his leading
remedies are known throughout
t lie whole 'civilized world. No
system known has shown such
splendid results. During the 20
years in which Dr. Pottie has
hud charge of the Government
stables of New South Wales not
a single death occurred. Dur
ing the outbreak of "Pink Eye"
in Australia over jtfiO.OOO worth
m norses were lost, nut oi tne
eases treated lv Dr. Pottie's re
medies I.USK THAN ONIC I'KKCKNT
nii:i. Lust year over 7,000,000
animals were (routed by Dr.
Pottie and his corps of assis
tants, which will all'ord some
idea of the magnitude of bis
business and the eHiciency and
popularity of bis remedies.
Special cases of assorled re
medies can be had at prices
ranging from .fo to $150, suit
able for plantations, stubles and
ranches; .these remedies keep
I especially call attention to
Dr. Pottie's celebrated and un
failing remedy for Mangk, which
is so widely prevalent among
horses in these I sin nils at this
time. 1 regard this as a certain
euro, and cm show testimonials
for cures already effected of
very aggravated cases.
The following comprise some
of (he principal Horse, Cattle,
Sheep, Dog and Pig Remedies,
(lien, aim Oil,
l luck D-.iiu'las Oil.
Heal All, or Golden
Altera' ive Urine
Condit on Ball,
Groe and ("ollr
lireen Healing U-
Black Healing I.o-
Gull and Shoulder
eejUATTKHB' I'.EMEDIES(inbnlk form).
Pleuro Dreni'li, for
mixing with drink
for mixing with
Red Water Drench
Stud Cattle Calving,
Scour- iu Calves,
Hoven Powder, for
Condl'iient for Sym
metry, dives of Assorted Remedies in bottles,
from ft to -J0, with printed pauiiih-
lets on Disease, Breeding and
j Salt Rush Lick,
I Medicated Prevent-
Lime. Dowels and l ivu Lick.
Kiduev, I I'ootKot Dip row
Fluke aud Liver ' der,
Remedies, Foot Rot Hand
Cutarrh iu Sheep, i Diessiug.
DUBLIN AND GLASGOW HORBK AND
Ordinary, Trainers' Kmlimcii-
For Urood Mares, tion,
For Entires, ' Trainers' Laxative
For Stud Cattle, Drench,
For Milk, Trainers' Strength-
For Fat, euing Drench,
For Calves, Trainers' Skin und
For Pigs. Kidney,
For Ko If, Trainers' 0 o u g h
Trainers' Klcetrio ! Drinks,
Leg Oils, I Trainers' Horse
llreil Animals, aud adapted for thu
Peculiar Condition of the
Funnels' I in prov
Farmers' Ileal All,
Case of Assorted
IW All Island orders promptly at
tended to and imuipulets containing full
luloruiatloii will be scut ou application,
C. W. .MAC'FARLANK,
b7i Suit Avtnl fur Ur, I'vlttt, Im
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort : Hotel Streets.
I HE(4 TO 1NPOKM THE PUBLIC THAT T AM
Extra Value in Ladies' Blouses
A.1 EOc, OCc. a.n.dL OOc.
A Full Line of India Silk;
IN AM. 001,0118
A-i1 bo casxTxe.
Extra Value in Boys' Waists
WHITK AND COI.OKKD.
AI.0 IIFTY IlO.kSH
Flannellette Boys' Waists j
ALL .A.T SE CEHT3.
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves
KVKKY PA IK WAItKANTKl)
-a.1" tpx. so.
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose
at ci.eo jl. rA.xs:
-A. SCBZ1T. I
VLKASF. ALSO KEMKMUKU THAT I 0AHUY A
LjkJRXB-IE -:- STOCK
Men's, Ladies' and
WHTCH I AM
r i IjSTSTITE nXTSFEOTIOiN" -
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
MAKERS IN PARIS, A LARGE
These Frenclr Brushes are celebrated the World over
their Exckllknx'K of Fixisii and Dijhabilitv,
uud cost you xo mokk than the ill-made
HOLLISTER Sc CO.,
6S3 TPovt. Street,
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOR THE SALE OF
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From " Uixvle Ham" Wine Cellur'a, tVujiu City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
fiun Jour, 67., (7. S. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
Ameriva'a Finmt Production, Jtirh uud Slrllotv.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
-Uniform und Itdhblr.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The 1'riiur of Summer Drink,
i-Thukti Goods are Guaranteed
Very Reukoimble Price,
Mutual Tkucuonk 3UU
NKW NOVKI.TIKS IN
t(K) Doz. White Hemstitched at Cm.
'200 Doz. Colored Bordered at oc.
KXTRA VAMIK IN
Corsets and Corset Waists
My f 1.00 Corset can't be beat.
SPKUIAL. LOW I'KIOKS IN
and INDIA LINEN
y HapUnS, TOWelS
AND A FULL LINK OP
I House Furnishing Goods
I I am ollerinf at BED ItOOK P1U0K8,
KKOKIVKD A TjARGK AND NEW
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
Boys' and Children's Clothing
Boys' Knee Pants
ftT SC CBXTXB.
Children's Shoes !
PRICES OTHER 'hOUSKB
"o T T t XT
JTX. J I L O XI ,
.... Honolulu, H. I.
Honolulu, H. I.
Flrl - club In uwy renpeut and are odurud fo
1'osr OrriuK Bos 1H7