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MONDAY, SEPT. 10, 1894
Btrar Claadine from Mnul
Btrur Mikahnla from Knunt
Saturday, Sept. 8.
BIQMS Arcona, Hoirinelcr, (or Corca
Monday, Sept. 10.
Btrar Walmanalo for Onhu ports at 6pm
Btmr Kaala for I'unalua and Knhuku at
Btrar Jas Makee for Kapaa and Kllauca at
Btmr Hawaii for Hawaii
Html Mokolll for Molokat and Lanal
la Leaving To-morrow.
Btrar W Q Hall for Maul and Hawaii at 10
Btmr Olandlne for ports on Man! at 6 p m
Btmr Iwatanl for Hamakua at 0 a m
Btmr Mlkahala for Kanal at 6 p in
Cargoes from Island Porta.
Btmr Mlkthslu 741 bant sugar, 30 bags
rice, 10 bdls bides, 4U0 bags paddy.
Btmr Claudlne l'O bags sugar. 139 bags
bone. 411) bags potatoes, til baits corn.
101 hides, si bogs, 60 bead cattte, 122
From Kanal, per stmr Mlkahala, Heptl)
Paul Neumann, A 1 l'eterson, Mrs R
Lovell, P McDonald. OhniufKlm. Miss A
Krntt. Mlas M llnnly, Mrsdo In Vcrno. II
da la Vergno, J N Sanderson, and 40 deck.
From Maul, per stmr laudlno, BeptP
Q P Wilder and wile, Mrs Jacobnn, M
Loulssun, F Wlltroek, W A Wall, Ma-ter
de la Nnx, Wm liccrs, Mrs liaktiote and 'J
ons, Mrs Alna, W 11 Comwcll, Miss
Drown, Mln Unit, 8 Ahtul, Achew. Y
Alau, A Kannllllll, Master Kaulukou, Mas
ter Ksal and 00 deck.
LEMON-RK08-At Knlln, HopU 8, 1801,
James Lemon to Miss Annlo Ktius.
both of this city.
OBEAT LAND SUIT.
Dispute Over a Small Emplro in Cali
fornia. Tho San Francisco Bullolln gives
tho latest regarding tho Southern
Pad Do land suit an follows: An ap
peal Las boon tnkon to tbo Circuit
Court of Appeals from tbo decision
rondorod by Judgo llnss, silting as
Circuit Judgo for tbo Southoru Dis
trict of California, in tho caso of tbo
United States agitata tho soutuoru
l'aciflo Ilailronu Company and hun
dreds of individual defendants, rou
derod on tho 10th of last July in
faror of tbo Government. Tbo roc
ord on appeal which is taken by tho
railroad company is embraced in
twelvo printed volumes, containing
This is a bill in equity, filed in
May, 1890, to recover possession of a
largo number of sections of laud on
the lino of thn Soul horn Paul fie.
Judgo Ross onjoinod the defend
ants from chopping or carrying
away from said lands any troes; that
tho pateut issued by tho Uuited
States to tho Southern l'acifio
Company in pursuance of an Act of
Congress approved Jtdy 27, 1800,
and tho Act to incorporate tho Texas
and Paoifio Ilailroad Company of
March 8, 1871, and all other Acts
purporting to convoy snid lauds arc
null, void and vacated.
Tho cast involves 1)00,000 acres of
land, 100,000 acres of which havo
been sold by tho company to tho in
LOOAX. AHD OKHEBAIj NEWS,
Tbo Government band plays at
Emma Square this evening.
Tho Fort stroet rchool ro-oponed
to-day with a full complimout of
Honolulu dofoatod Hyacinth at
cricket Saturday, !)." to 14. Scoro
in later issue.
John Kila, for many years a guard
at tho Insane Aylum, died last
night at Palama.
A fine of $100 was imposed on a
native for soiling swipes, in tho Dis
trict Court to-day.
Thoro woro olovon cases of drunk
enness before tho District Magis
trate this morning.
. W. Wilson was sentenced to pay
a fino of 10 in tbo District Court
today for gambling.
Salvation Army men woro engaged
to-day selecting lmnbor at Lowers
h Cooke's lumber yard.
Cecil Brown advertises tho prom
ises latoly occupied by Mr. G. W.
Smith, and known as Kohebuna, to
Stables to lot for two horses and
a carriage, also two unfurnished
rooms, are advertised in another
Thoro was a pleasant coucort on
tho Australia coming down, by
which a goodly sum was realized for
thu Sailors' Homo.
Thoro was a fair nttondance at tho
Hotel on Saturday ovuuiug, during
the coucort by tho Government band
in honor of the visiting war vessols.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu street. Lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: '2S and
GO cent rmr night: f 1 and f 1.2T tor
It is reported that thn U. S. S.
Charleston will niako an indefinite
stay here. Tbo U. S. Consul-General
know nolhiug of tho rumor at
2 p. m.
Prod. Navlor. I ho Australian train
er, who has Jim Uarriugtou in hand,
was stabbed on buuuay morning
with a fork by a man named Tom
Two Japanese got out an alterca
tion yesterday ovoniug. Duriug tho
moleo which followed ono Jap was
cut with a knifo and tho other hud
his faco somewhat damaged.
Brown Answers-Sale of F
Fivo luaus woro in progress yester
day in various parts of tho suburbs.
It is fashionable now to havo these
ontertaiumontn on Sunday as "far
from tho madding crowd" as possible.
W. A. Kinnoy ha3 filed tho papers
in motion for new trial of John
Hapa, convicted of robbery. Thoy
includo aflldavitfl to show enmity of
certain jurors against tho prisonor.
Judgo Cooper has approved tho
accounts and ordered tho discharge
of Jas. L. McLoan, executor of tho
will of tho into Robort Gray. Ro
ceipts were 51-10, expenditures $303.
"0. Tho inventory shows Intor
Isdand Steam Navigation stock valu
ed at $3000, also a gold watch spe
Charles A. Brown by his attorney,
F. M. Hatch, m inado answer to
tho amended complaiut of Irono
Haalou li Brown, and Georgo Ii
Brown and Francis II Brown,
minors, by their next friend, A. I'.
Judd, and A. F. Judd and Sanford
11. Dole. Its main points aro a de
claration of ignorauco that tho copy
of tho will under which Messrs.
Judd and Dolo acted aB guardians of
Mrs. Brown boforo her marriaeo was
a defective copy through tho omis
sion of words, and an allegation
that tho said guardians had and
havo no authority or control ovor
Mrs, Brown's estate sinco her mar
riage excepting in hohalf of tho chil
dren In the event of her death.
Alice Maud Fcathorstouo has filed
a libel for divorce agaiust Arthur
Edwin FeatheMtono, on tho ground
of nxlremo cruelty committed both
in New Zealand and at Honolulu,
including a murderous assault hero
on August 11, when ho s-woroly
stabbed and cut libellaut with a
sheath kuifo and attempted to tako
hor life. Tho libel states that tho
parties woro married by a registrar
iu New Zealaud on January 7, 1883.
Altowai, Tho Oahu Railway and
Laud Co., aud .Initios Campbell havo
brought a bill iu equity against
Mow Kun Luug, Sun Chan Leo Co.,
Irono 11. Brown aud Chas. A. Brown,
to preveut the defendants from tro
passing upon tho inner fishery of
llotioiillttli, Ewn, Oahu. and a tem
porary injunction has boon issued
by Judgo Whiting iu accordance
with tho bill.
Judge Cooper hns granted leavo
to Mrs. F. S. Pratt, administratrix
of her Into husband's estate, to sell
real estate for tbo satisfaction of
i claims against tho estate. Henry
Smith is appointed a commissioner
to sell tho property at public auc
tion. 1 he petition asked to havo it
sold at private sale, as likly to bo
moro advantageous. Foster for
OBEAT CAUSE OF TROUBLE.
Mr. Jt. U. chirchlU
lit Vtrnon, Wash.
An Honest Medicine
Rheumatism Cured Health Dalit Up.
Mr. Churchill, formctlr of- Churchill A Taylor,
tunroyon nml chll enslnrcn. Jit Vernon,
Watliluston, n rite j I "Southern California
was my home fur mint years. . When I cama
hore 1 bsgan to bo articled all orer with
And al pains In my back and a general feettng
et beins mod tin. Mr business takes me out In
tlic elements all the time, and I found my
self unfit (or work. Heading an adrertlse
mrnt of 11 nod's Panaparllla, and learning
alio lh.it the medicine was compounded in
fnv nu ti HMtn nf MAoafliimiilf s. 1 et
this may be nit t.aneti medicine.
ne. I took
It and am so much Implored that 1 aa out
Hood's s Cures
In nil wcilhrr and trirel all d with na
fatlguo mid tited feeling. To any one that
feels bad nil orer I say take Hood's Hartspa
rllla. It has cured me." K.lt.CnuitcHlLu
Hooo'O Pills cure Mre Ills, Jsundloe,
lUUuuiuess. Sick llcadache and CooiUpaUeav
HORUON. NKWMAN A 00.,
Aicenta for Hawaiian Islands
THId IB NUT A
SHORT OF WATPB.
What Would Happen if a Fire Bo
gun r two Dry Boservolra.
There is very little water in tbo
pipes in town supplied from tbo
Nuuanu resorvolrs. Thoro has beou
only a small volume of rain iu tho
valley lately and consequently tho
reservoirs aro nearly all dry. Thu
condition of tho reservoirs to-day is
this: No. 1, li feet of water; tho
other two, dry. Kesidonts of Punch
bowl slopes and Palama are kicking
Hud Faith with South Soa Ialandora
Mndo Asiatics Necessary.
Ill connection with an article
which recently appeared In tho
morning paper n IlCLLirriN roprosent
ntivo secured tho following inter
view. It alludes to tho employment
of New llubrideans as eoutract
The "Workiiijjnmn" who writes iu
tho Advertiser nueut tbo labor ques
tion is iiudoiibtedly a lato arrival, or
else ho would have known that tho
very thing ho suggests has been
tried here ahut tun or llfteen years
ago. If tho poor natives from tho
New Hebrides had been tout homo
them when their tonus expired, tho coun
try woulu not to-uay Mm swampnu
with Ciiiue.se or Japanese. In
Queensland, Kiji, or wherever tho
Luglish xystom of recruiting is em
ployed, a contract laborer is always
cent back when tho contract expires,
livery Now llebridoau laborer ship
ped for tho Hawaiian Inlands was
promised faithfully to bo sent homo
ut tho ond of three years and fur
ther every contract was backed by
tho Hawaiian Government aud tbo
Tho Gorman warship Mario has a
baud on board. A coucort was given
yesterday afternoon, which win
listened to by a largo number of
peoplu, including a party invited on
An exhibition of water colors is
being held at tho art rooms of King
Bros., by Miss llertha Louden, under
tlio patronage oi .Mrs. li. A. r. car
ter, Mrs. W. P. Allen anil Mrs. F. M.
Ladies, road what I). F. Killers &
Co. havo to say about ladies' shirt
waists, carriage parasols, Irish linen
lawns auu otner manors, u win in
terct you and it will interest
still moro if you purchase.
As tho Hawaiian Government tlid
not submit to thu proposition for
uut interfering with tho soft ttoap
man, Uroham has ordered two moro
Gorman men of-war to oil force tho '
salo of 17 bars of soap for $1.2..
Tho contiuuod drought is having I
its etfoct upon tho shrubbery as woll '
upon tho inmates of tho Insane 1
ASVtuui. uuai naa uueiiuiii ui mu ,, , .. c .. i...t n.,... ....... .,..
aoruiotor or which thn ' Bowniwjint , f ;.,,;, f un ,W0B
contracted moro than n month ngot ,n (ho eomtry tf,() pMl fiftl)l)tl 3.oai8
G. K. Harrison, proetleal piano can testify to. The men woro kept
aud organ maker and tuner, can fur- hero waiting from mouth to month
uiidt )8t factory roferotices. Oolnro WK around begging anil doing
loft at Hawaiian Nmv l;o. will re
ceive urontui alloutiou. All work
A, New Church.
Yesterday twonty-ono of those
present at Mr. Garvin's Christian
Mission, Harmony Hall, onrauizrd
themselves into a church. Tho idea
Is tho praclico of primitive Chris
tianity without regard to eithor poli
tics or society distinctions. All aro
invited. Tho Lord's Supper is set
every Sunday morning, In tho ovon
iug Mr. Garvin gave an eloquent ad
dress illustrated by a colored chart
on tho Jewish temple and its sym
bolical reference to Christianity.
While iu Chicago, Mr. Charles L.
Kahlor, a prominent shoo luurohaul
of Dos Moines, Iowa, had quito a
serious time of it. Ho took such a
sovoro cold that ho could hardly
talk or navigate, but the prompt use
of Chamberlain's Cough ltouiody
cured him of his cold so quickly
that others at tho hotel who had
bad colds followed his example aud
half a dozen persons ordered it from
the uearest drug store. They were
Srofuso in their thanks to Mr.
fabler for tolling them how to euro
a bad cold bo quickly. For salo by
all doalers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ageuts for tho Hawaiian Islands,
guarauUMXi to w tn same a untie
Mr. Dailoy's now theatrical com
pany will bo horo by tho Mariposa
on tho '27th instant. Mr. Henry
Schroth aud Mr. J. W. Howard, a
sceuiu artist ami stage carpenter ro
Bpectivolv, arrived by tho Australia
to make preparations.
Miss Ideliuo Rnseltraus arrived
from. Sau Francisco bv tho Austra
lia, to try Hawaiian air for tho bene
fit of her heulth. She came as tho
guest of Mrs. James Lyle, who re
turned by tlio samo steamer from a
lengthy visit to the Coast.
Two ladies narrowly escaped seri
ous injury on Saturday afternoon.
They wero driving iu a buggy when
thu horse fell iu a hole at tho corner
of Nuuanu and llerutanla fit rets.
Tho auinaal bniug a quiet ouu the
ladies jumped out aud escaped,
borso was hurt across tho knees
odtl jobs for a living. A good many
stayed hero eight or uiuo years
wheu tho isullktik uogau to insist,
upon their return and criticize tho
Government fur not doiug justico to
tlio laborers by bending them back
when they had faithfully performed
their part of tho contract. Every
planter who has employed Now
llobridcaim knows they aro good
luhoror ami iu fact cannot bo
beaten for field labor, though store
keeping and mechanical work woro
out of the question with thorn.
At Williams' Studio aro to bo soon
Portraits ou Watch Dials, which ho
i making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by tho set or
You havo a few moments
to spare, haven't you? Of
course, you are not in a hurry
to catch a train or pay a bill,
especially the latter. Just
east your eye down this
column, or better still come
down to tho sto o and look
over tho new lino of goods
that we havo just opend, if
you remember correctly we
udvertist'd new goods two
weuks ago. A complete now
stock of them too. Well they
arc all gone aud I have a new
htock that will bo ready for
inspection on your arrival.
The first four boxes I opened
contained nothing but b rench
Lawns, Muslins and Dimities,
both figured and plain. Thu
most eleerant patterns I have
ever received direct from
Japan, Crepes. Silks and
CintuiiiH, Japanese Silk Ki
monos, Fancy Drapes, etc.,
beautiful Chenille Poitiers,
Silk and Lace Curtains and
! ! n Grin
a s. fe f
ff r ff
ill I 1 m
n I II
at l Fa
a- g $ J f The R, ft
p Z, I If
s st n I IM
re . I GsV
I The R, ft
$ " I m Wn have
V Cl mm weather.
U if Try oor 50 Cent
" I A
3 K I
I 1 Hiss Corsets and
s f IB
XT 13 ffiHl
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and Bear It!
In just what every lady ninst lo who has bought a Corset that does not
fit tier. (,'orieti bought of us lit, because we only carry the popular
makes, that have been tried and found tho correct style. ......
Gennine P, D, Corsets.
We hare In all styles and all sites.
Extra long waist, perfect fit, In all size.
Sense Corset Waist.
Perfect fit for all ages, best for health, comfort, wear and finish.
G. Summer and Nursing Corsets.
In all sites. Tho Baniruer Corset Is ust the thing for hot
Corset, it is a Stonner.
full line of sites of
Children's Corded Waists for 40 Cent.
N. S. SACHS,
520 Fort Strpei, : : Honolulu.
KwongSingLoyf SING LOY,
01 Ill 81., "Tloott Block,"
11-08 King St., ssir liontii ll
P. 0. Boi 207.Matul Tele. W6
P. 0. Boi Ml.
FOR SAN KRANCISCO.
TIIK Al BTKAMSI1II'
Ohiiitise, Japanese and Indian Goods !
Indian Silks, Laces and Linens,
.Tapancso Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Scarfs,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., ECtu.
3A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English and
American suitings. I'erfect lit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Wll.Ii LEAVE HONOLULU
roa tub abovk roar on
Saturday, Sept. 15th,
STA1ILES TO LET IN
very omitul jioiUUitt.
room lor iwo howa and
rarrlase. f.1 a inontli: ulro
Two Unlu nltheil IIuoiiin. tni!tlior
tupitrntuly, S3 and X Ariily
113J-:it MUTUAL TBI. I.'.
nillR I'ltlCMIHFB ON
JL Soho.il and Km ma
atrrels, Imely iu tlmccuii.
naton of Mr. (lio. W.
Smith and known as KeNlmim "
futtlier Daitiaulari aiiily at Hih nil ro of
Daily liullttin 60 cent per month.
James Cnrty tho liaduunn, wliot-u
oflJeo adjoiim tho Bulletin ollloc.wlll
luavuouthu S. S. Atistrnlin fur San
Fraueiaco on buslnoss. Mr. Cnrty'.
brothordioil rufuutly on tho Const
and loft quito n fortuno to him.
Jim's ruauy friouds wish him lion
voyage, good luck and a spoody ro-turu.
The four customs ollkws known
as inopoctors havo to furnish SI000
bonds each, tho Port Surveyor c"MK)
aud thoDoputy Tort .SurvoyorSL'oUO.
In enso of a violation of thuir dutiua
thoy aro tried iu tho DUtiiut Court,
and if found guilty forfoll tlioir
bonds. Tlwy aro not allowed trial
A. M. Bailoy, a woll known Htizmi
of 12ugoui), Orogou, hays his wifo lias
for years boon troubled with ehro
niit diarrluca and usud many roiuo
dins with lit tits rohof until slid tried
Clminborlnln'H Colli1, Cholera and
Diarrhum llituuly. whieh has mired
her sound and well. Uivo it a trial
aud you will bu surprised at tlio
prompt relief it alVords. 'jr. and HO
cent bottles for ralo by all dealern.
Uunson, Smith k Co., Ageuts for tho
J. W. Chapmau eaters for ban
(juotH, socials, private dinners aud
garden parties. Weddings a special
I v. ITh ciiii bo found at all hours at
The i Sans ijotici or will call ou any ladies
or I'l-iitloiiieii who will address mm
through tlio l'oxt Ullh-e.
A Strong Horse
IS TIIK IIP-SULT OF USINO
A CUES 1 1 SUPPLY
Will take place on Sept.
1st, with a complete line of
new stock. Kilibons, Laces,
Feathers, latest shapes, etc.
ThU department will bo under
tho personal management of
Miss Pollen, from the States.
J. J. EG AN.
September 10, 18!M.
Tha undersigned aro now preeared t.
Issue Through Tickets from this City to all
points Iu tha UiiIUhI States.
tMT" Kor further iartleiilr rrgnrdlnv
Freight or Passage, npjil) to
WM. O. IHWIN A CO., I.'d,
tl31-lt 0nrl ArmiU.
Will take a limited nutubor of l'unlls
AOUAHTinil.Y MKKTINO OI-' TUB
llnnrd of Trurtco of thu QiiRKN'rt
HoHriTAi. will ho hi'ld nl tin. Iftiriillal
llnlliliiK on WKDNKKDAY NEXT, the
12th Inktnut, at lii::tu o'clock a. m.
Ainenunii'iitu to th iy-lJiVM and al
terutlotiH Iu the Cliart.tr of the (Juren'H
Hoipltal to Ih) coiulilercl A full attend
ance in reiiucatrd 1'cr eritnr.
V. A. gCIIAKFKU,
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
The Hark UC. D. Bryant" which is now due
bring to us the
Largest Consignment of Furniture
KVKIl SIlU'l'EI) TO A SINGLE FIKM ON HAWAIIAN SOIL.
And will Consist of Everything
a House from i
Needed to Furnish
Baby's Rocker to a
Solid Oak Bedroom Set
I WILL NOT 1IK UKSrOtvBUILK
anv hills contracted bv my sou, L'mlo
hlnger; neither Is he ant hoi lied to collect
mouey or receipt bills for me.
Honoluln, Sept. 4, IB'Jl. 1US 2w
Bull 179. TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
COW ANU :
! 1ULVK8. n,
hy api yini; at H.W. Hchmuli
A; H.us and liaying uxpuiites.
1 fcW 1 I
A NICE FUltNlrtHEl)
Cottage ot Two Koouis
opposite ur, .MiniTs. aj
J. A. MKHUTKN.
1127-lw licrotania street.
Temple of Fashion
610 H7ort Street.
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urf iaaortaaat oi Ladles' tad CklldraB'a Skew.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
Largo line of Woolena at 25o. FlauunlotteB, 10 jarda for f 1.111.
Brown and White Cottons, from 8 to 20 yards, f 1.00 per piece.
Amoskeag Ginghams, 12 yards for $1.00. Gents' aud Ladies' Bathm Hmu
niixa, nauua, serges, Uiawns aim uroas uoous til every uesoription.
Ld:. O. 8ILVA, Proprietor.
flay and Grain
Just Arrl i-d ,or "9. O. Wilder."
CALL A.NM) rtKK U.S.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
I'.iri.f r (Jiifi'ii V Nunuiiu 6u
liUTH Tklkimionks 121.
PBU S. S.""AUSTKAL1A."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Propriotpr.
knkuiih hiii Tin: iihmovai. of
Kooiiih at Kuwiiluliuoj
omo un Unfurnished Col-
tnuu with Twn Koouis and '
Kitciien on rori sirtii. iiniurt) oi
tleman sltunte.1 on
Unla street, lft minutes'
walk from l'oat Olllcu,
(or kindle iff a.
411 NUUANU STRRB1.
Dry, Fancy and White Dress Goods!
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Etc., Etc
O N O
,. i.'riiiini lliillillinr. AkiiIv lo
" ......v.. ..' I. ...ft
Wutvhiuakcr, Kurt street.
A I VVAIKIKl ON Til r.
quarter for one or two Hln
uIm (ientlenieni board oi-
tloualt bathlim faellltles (.'ood.
IQKMf BULLKT1N OFF10K,
W Hlylo and Fit Guaranteed, l'rlces Moderate. '
Daily Bullutin 50 Conts. por Month.