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Lnave Honolulu. ..(1:15 8-15 1:15 4::S5f
Arrive llonoullull.. 7 :2C D:B7 2:57 6:8Bf
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Arrivo Honolulu. ..8:35 11:65 4:65 G:50j
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Arrive Pearl City
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t Hatui days only.
Satin days excepted.
Tlili'H. Nun nnil .Moon.
IIV C. J. LYONS.
of tliu 1110011 on tlio 4 til at
1111. Mil. 11.111.
Tim Mum Hhrnnl mi-tlio unit Is ulvcu at 12li.
0111. Oseo. (inlilnlKlitl f Uioomwcli tlmoor
Hi. 28m. 348CC. p. 111. or Honolulu Olispnntory
tl 111 u. It Is k! en by tin steam whistle of tlio
Honolulu riiiHliiR Mill, a few doois nbovo
tliu Custom House. Tlio sumo wlilstlo is
mounded con netly nt Honolulu mean noon,
ObuiMitoiy liieiliirnii.oi lull. 31in. Msec, of
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FRIDAY, FEB. 5, 1892.
Stmr .1 A Cuminins from Koolau
Stmr V G llnll from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Kiktuca Hon for Hnmakim
Stmr Lehua for Nun aud I'upalkou
Bk Hawkesbury, Jtfordfelt, for Puget
Am bkt Irnigaid, Schmidt, for San
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Scbr Ka JIol for Panuilo at 2 p in
For San Francisco, per tyktne Irmgard,
Feb 5-Mr Williams.
Tic uarkcntlncs John Smith aud
Rolieit Sudden expect to get away for
ban Francisco this afternoon
The bark Utiwkesbtify sailed to-day
for Puget Sound in ballast.
T)ie Americau burkentiuc Inngard,
Schmidt, sailed to-day for San Francisco
with lu,450 bags of siurar -welehinff
2,:?49,!)7G lbs:, and valued at $01,01)3.04
Shippers were F A Seliacfer & "Co, O
Itiower & Co, T H Davies & Co, and
Castle. & Cooke.
The bktnc Mary Wiukelman Is dis
charging bricks at the O S S Co.'s wharf.
The 11011 ship Benmore sailed from
Liverpool ou Dec 10th for Honolulu.
LAZARUS In Honolulu, Febiuary 4,
Eli K. Laarus, a'ed 20 years, leav
ing a widow aud infant.
jpgT Fuuernl at 11 o'clock to-morrow
from the house, Bcictauia sticet, oppo
site Dr. Hyde's. Friends tiro respect
The Royal Hawaiian Military
Band will give a public concert at
Queen .Emma Hall this evening, com
mencing at 7 :30 o'clock. The fol
lowing is the program :
March Impel jal City Sehiammel
Oveiture ilasanlello Auber
( avaiino The Mailyrs (new) Donizetti
Gavotte-Soft Glances (nowj...Novaux
Oiwi Nanl. Hole Walmea. Llhl Kui
' ' ' 0 0iele.
Medley Ytuikeo Tickle , Boyer
Barcarole Ou the Water (new). ..Hoby
Waltz Over thu Waves Roses
Medloy Boom J?ing, Boom Brooks
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS.
A counterfeiter's outfit, consisting
of several now stamps and dieB for
the manufacture of silver dollars, to
gether with a sack containing fifty
spurious dollars and a largo quantity
of metal, was found in a tunnel about
twelve miles from Auburn, Cat.
Tho business men of Ogdcn, with
the Mayor of the city in the lead,
have organized a $50,000 stock com
pany to bore tor natural gas and oil.
it is claimed by scientific experts
that Ugden is thu center of the great
natural gas and oil region in tho Salt
TfjERE IS NONE BETTER.
Pr. iV. 'L. St. John of Jlowlnnd,
Vutnum county, Missouri, takes os
peclal pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Iiemedy, be
cause ho knows it to bo reliable. He
has used it in his pructicu for several
yeais, and says there is none better.
It is especially valuable for colds and
as a preventive and euro for croup.
This most excellent medicine is for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
When you warn, a Portrait
Enlarged call on Ku Jtros.,
&l ' their iiic'e Hn$ anj'l we
tauiiW TlW fn't lie heat,
Aitku tlmying uu Cucumber Skin
Tonip. Bcneppt Smith & Co., Agents.
Hiinhuun rcliovi'd at unco by Qu
iniber Tonic. Bonbon, HmiUi & Co.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mns. Florence Williams will lecturo
this evening. '
Diamond Hrnd, 3 o'clock Weatlier
clear, wind frosh norlhoast.
Dkaths from drowning liavo boon
of frequent occurronco lately.
The band will givo a concert at
Queen Emma ball Ibis ovening.
Notiuno of importance kok placo
in tbo 1'olico Court this morning.
Don't forget tbo nppioximato con
junction of Jupiter and Venus tills
Tiiky say Unit tbo Advertiser is
prepiring another ticket already for
TnKNOHKS are being dug to
oil' the water from the newly
laud mukai of Queen street.
The Planters' Monthly for this
month has been received. It is fully
up to its usual excellent standard.
Chief Engineer Asch and Assist
ants Hunt and Knlawnia will appear
to-morrow in public for the first time.
It is rumored among a few that an
other person is missing from the Koo
lau Bide since tliu landslide at the
The Bulletin is indebted to Purser
V. Ross of the steamer W. G. Hall
for the list of election returns on
A l'AKTy was given on board the U.
S. 8. Pensacola yesterday afternoon,
at which many ladies and gentlemen
Mr. E. H. F. Woltkkb has promised
tbo Arionu a grand layout on Geo.
Washington's birthday, it being his
nat.il day also.
The commander of H. B. M. S.
Pheasant is E. Hunter Blair. Tlio
gunboat is anchored on the Ewa side
of tbo U. S. S. Pensacola.
Col. Jas. H. Boyd, ex-assistant en
gineer of the Honolulu Fire Depart
ment, has again been chosen as fore
man of Engine Co. No. 4.
The steamor Waialeulo which left
yesterday for Hamakua carried away
about fifty more Jupancso immigrants
from the quarantine btation.
That desirable residence on Young
street at tlio rear of Hon. S. Parker's
placo will be sold at auction to-morrow
at the salesroom of J. F. Morgan.
The fire department parade will
take placo to-morrow at 2 o'clock in
tho afternoon, instead of in tho even
ing as has been customary the past
A Japanese man and a Chinese
boy were released from quarantine
yesterday, the last of all who were
confined from tho Yumashiro Muru
and Rio do Janeiro.
Chinese are again flocking to tho
department of Foreign 'Affairs for re
turn permits, it being their intention
to take passage ou tho S. S. Bulgic,
duo here on Thursday, for a visit to
their homes in China.
The Road Board intended to "meet
to-day for tho consideration of a Road
Supervisor's appointment, but owing
to the ill health of Sam Maholona, a
member, tho subject was postponed.
Several names have already been re
commended for the office.
There were 49 Japanese immi
grants bhipped to the Kilauea Sugar
Co., Kauai, yestorday, making a total
of 987 to date. The remainder, 101,
will bo shipped to Honokaa and tho
Pacific Sugar Mill Co., divided be
tween them almost evenly.
The Liberal party held a mooting
at tho party camp this noon. Several
fiery speeches wore made, and, it is
Btiid. the determination was arrived
at to content tho election of tho Na
tional Reform Nobles, on what
grounds cannot be ascertained.
Port Surveyor Clarence Crabbe
and a posse of polico officers made a
raid on tho Btoro of a Chinese mer
chant, at tho corner of Smith und
Hotel streets, this morning for opium.
Late this afternoon no opium, not
oven a pill, had materialized. Soup.
Judge Dole this morning heard
und sustained tho demurrer of defend
ant, in E. K. Nahoolowa vs. Kaubu
and others. Plaintiff was given 10
days to' -amend -his complaint. Achi
and Johnson for plaintiff; Rosa.'Ka
ncukua aud Barcnaba ftir defondant.
Messrs. W. G. Irwin &. Co. are
putting material on tho ground for a
two-story brick building udjoining tho
Advertiser office on Merchant street.
It will bo occupied when built by thu
Daily Bulletin Publibhing Co., for its
newspaper and printing business.
Tho plans have been drawn by Messrs.
Palmer & Richardson, architects, and
show a handsome front elevation.
The C-yeur-old daughter of Mr. F.
W. Macfarluno was badly torn by a
dog yestorday ovening. Sho was go
ing to her grandfather, Hon. H. A.
Widomanu'u, when tho bruto knooked
her down, his tcoth tearing tho back
of her neck. While tho poor' Child!
lay Btunned by tho shook, tlio dog tore
her sculp and badly lacerated, Ijer nji,
Although doing as well as poidd bo
oxpentcd, tho little Buljurer is in dan
ger of blood-poisoning.
Enoink Co, No. 1 is culled out for
The Brunswiok arc tho only Billiard
Parlors in town. 0 tf
Jab. F. Mokoan will sell a largo lot
of household furniture ami other urti
cits at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Henry Smith, Bucrotury of tho Fire
Department, nrpclajifls t)Vo 'truiuul,
puruuVunfi gjvW (hp 'rlHu proces?
Pastle Cqokk IjttYP transferred
Uu ujotioy of Juyuo'u famous medi
cines to Benson, Smith &. (Jo., drug
gists. 1.1. F. EjiLjsits $ Co. haying takuil
stock, arts ofjurlng bargains jn many
lincB, and. ladies liail better road their
First Returns From Hawaii
Complete returns for Representa
tives of Kona, (Hawaii), Makawao,
the two Wniluktis, and Lahaina have
been received by the W. G. Hall.
They show Reformers returned by
Kona, Makawao aud South Wailuku,
ami Liberals by Lnbnina and North
Wailuku. Tho two Reform Nobles
for Maul are returned without oppo
sition. This makes five to three in
favor of constitutional integrity so
far as heard from.
L. A. Thurston (unopposed).
Jas. Anderson. "
N. Wailuku L. W. P. Kauealii. . 270
S. E. Kaleikau GO
8. Wailuku Wm. Edmonds (It.). 208
W.B. Keanu (L.).. 81
Makawao J. Kalumi (11) 308
J. Kamukclo(L) 1G8
Lahaina W. White (L) 201
J. W. Knlua(R) 128
liana and Molokai not heard from.
110 AH HOARD.
W (H. Ct
E. B. Friel 313
J. W. Kalua 282
O. Nawahino. 291
NO)LES SIX YEARS.
12 3 4 5
Young (R) 3 3 2 19
Mai Brian (R) 11 11 1 023
Kekuewa (L) 12 13 11 239
NOBLES TWO YEARS.
12 3 4 5
Notley (R) 1 11
Hoapili(L) 17 17 14
12 3 4
Waipuilani(R)...G5 81 45 49 39-279
Kaiaiki (L) 5 19 33 5 8-70
Keliikoa (I) 14 21 86 50 41-212
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Decided to Have the Annual Parotic
The meeting of the Board of Rep
resentatives of tbo Honolulu Fire
Department yesterday evening was
largely attended. Chief Engineer
J. Asch, First and Second Assistants
J. H. Hunt and D. L. Kalawnia, and
Secretary H. Smith were at their re
A letter from Hawaii Engine Co.
No. 4 reported the following nowly
eleeted officers : Jas. H. Boyd, fore
man; Peter Souza, 1st Assistant;
Moses Kanahele, 2d Assistant; Sol.
Keawelwi, Secretary; Wm. Keawe,
Treasurer. Honolulu Engine Co.
No. 1 communicated a recommenda
tion that tho annual parade take place
at midnight Saturday. It was ac
cepted and placed on file. Some
members could not see tho point,
which Was that No. 1 took this way
of saying that it did not want any
Amendments to the constitution of
the Board, of which duo notice had
beou given, were taken up. One
wag passed requiring tbo Chief En
gineer to consult tbo Board before
importing apparatus or supplies for
the Department. Another, provid
ing for several standing committees,
one of which was to advise tho Chief
Engineer on repairs and. improve
ments, was rejected, An artlole was
passed fixing the stated meeting of
the Board'on tLo Thursday succeed
ing the first 'Monday of each month.
There was very little discussion of
tho question of tho annual parade
The Board decided at tho previous
meeting to have it on Saturday, tbo
sixth of February. It was now de
cided to have the parade at two
o'clock in tho afternoon. Tho route
of procession is officially announced
by tho Secretary in an advertise
ment. Before tho meeting closed the
Chief asked all foremen to hang
ropes on their engines for tho use of
tho Firo Police. ' '
1 ' ' J !
A FAVORITE REMEDY-
Chamborlain'fl Cough Roraedy U a
favorite during tho winter months on
account of its great success in the
cure of colds. There Is nothing that
will loosen a severe cold so quickly,
or as promptly relievo the lungs,
Then it counteracts any tondenoy to
ward pneumonia. It is pleasant and
safe to take, and fully worthy of Its
popularity. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents.
IfoR. J. fott Smith baa been ap
pointed. Her Majesty's Minister t
Washington, in niRce of the late
Hon.t 11. A. l Carter, Dr. Smith
has been aotlng In tho position slnco
his lamented predecessor was over
taken with his last Illness,
HQdSFQRQ'S AC PHOSPHATE
V r iwnafred Vitality
and weakened enorgy, Is wonderfully
Tho llody nt Freil. Ilosiiiilu on llin
llenoli nt Wnllun.
Early this forenoon a Bell tele
phone messago was received that the
body of an unknown white man had
been found on tho beach on the Koo
lau sido of this island. Lator the
news came that the body had been
identified ai that of Fred. Mossman
The body was found at Wnllun, a
mile and n half from Kaalaca rice
mill. Mr. Moasman was 10 years of
age. For maey years he had been
in poor health, causing eccentric
ways of a harmless nature. Last
year ho caused his friends some
anxiety by being out all one night,
nnd it turned out that ho had been
caught in the lantana jungle of
Round Top mountain. Ho was In
the habit ot taking long walks in un
xcstorday forenoon Mr. Mossman
left the family residence ou Bete
tania street, and went to the Pali to
see the landslide. Thence he doubt
less wandered down to the Koolau
beaches, and it is supposed he went
in bathing and succumbed to a sud
den stroke of disease. Mr. Jas. Olds
offered to transport the body to tho
Pali, where it would bo met by rela
tives and the undertaker. Tho Mar
shal gave orders to the Deputy Sher
iff of Koolaupoko to perform the
same service. Tho unfortunate man
was a brother of Messrs. Thomas aud
Alfred Mossman of Honolulu, and
W. Mossman of Kuhului.
For the information of some of the
readers of the Bulletin wc publish
tho following explanation :
A planet is said to bo in Conjunc
tion with another body when ithu3 tho
same longitude, and is seen in the same
direction in the heavens. This btalo
may happen to all tho Planets ; tho jc
whoso orbits he between the Sun and
Earth, as well as those whose orbits
are exterior to that of tho Earth the
former class being called inferior,
and the latter sujwior Planets. It is
obvious that in the case of the infer
ior Planets this Conjunction will be
of two kinds: the one when the
Planet is between the Eaith and the
Sun, called Inferior Conjunction ;
and the other, when at the opposite
point of its orbit, with the Sun be
tween the Planet and tho Earth,
called superior Conjunction. The
latter is the only kind of Conjunction
that can happen to the superior Plan
ets, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus,
and Neptune; the inferior Planets,
Mercury and Venus, being subject to
LEFT THE BEACH.
Mr. Arthur Genns, clerk in the
office of W. G. Irwin & Co., left for
San Francisco rather abruptly by the
barkentine Planter on Tuesday. He
had been married only a few months,
and thereby came his troubles. His
wife would not live apart from her
mother with him, while he was deter
mined to have a home of his own or
nothing. In consequence ho loft her
and lived by himself, but not before
formidable liabilities, for the living
expenses of all concerned, had ac
cumulated against him. Some of tho
retail firms, doubting or not knowing
that Genns has left the country, have
takon out summons against him for
debt. It is a bard case and gossip
carries for the disconsolate and de
parted debtor much sympathy.
RETURNED FROM THE FRAY.
Mr. J. L. Kaulukou returned from
Koolau to-day, a bushier and wiser
man. He was giving out to a few
friends at the Station this morning
the whys ana wherefores of his de
feat." "If I only had my friend,
John, over there, I would havo
knocked Bush into a cocked hat," he
said. Kaulukou reported the weather
on the other sido salubrious and one
could go about without an overcoat.
Only it snowed hard at the polling
booths on Wednesday.
ARE YOUR CHILDREN SUBJECT TO
As a preventive and euro for
croup, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has no rival. It is, in fact, the only
remedy that can always he depended
upon and that Is pleasant and safe to
take. Thcic is not the least danger
in giving it to children, as it'eontains
no injurious substance. For sale at
50 cents per bottle by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents.
For Mouldings, Frames
Pastels, ArtotypoB, Photo
gravure, Etchings ang
everything in to li,np of
pictures, go to King Bros.,
- ,4 "
I'll meet you at tho Brunswick,
C. J. McCarthy bus
street for sale.
Button Holes made to ordor at No.
4 Garden Lane. 307 tf
Delicious cotfeo und chocolate will
bo served every morning early at the
Palace Ico Cream Parlors, Lutlwij;i;o'i,
& Cron, Hotel street. 22$ if
Grt ypr iodta and shoes mudo
Rtydrertaiied. by tho old Wuiluku
shoemaW, I, Toennlos, on East
Hotel litioet. Fhst-uhun work, low
Attention No. 1.
A LL Members of
Co. No, 1 uro uotlllcd to appear hi
Full Uniform at tlm Kiiglnu Houm, at 1
o'clock 1'. M., TO-MOKKOW, February
0th, for thu purpose of tuUug part ill
tho Annual Paituluof tho Honolulu Uro
Department. ROUT. MORB,
a'J7 it Foieiuun.
lias become a wortl dear to tho hearts
of mothers. Tho " Mizpah" Vulvo
Nipple is made of pure gum, will not
collapso and prevents much colic bc
causo they admit air into tho bottle as
the milk is tliawn out, thus prevent
ing a vacuum being formed. Give tho
liaby a ehaucc to express his opinion,
You'll ery boon find out whether tho
" Mizpah" is a success or not.
Wc lmvo an assortment of Davidson
and Goodyear Nipples, also Rubber
Rattles and Teething Rings, and Nui
sery requisites in general.
Every household should have a Hot
Water Bag. Wo lmvo home now ones
and if used with ordinary cnio will
last for years. Invalid Cushions can
bo used as "life pies-ervers" on land
us well us sea. Ours are for homo
service, and are tho host in every way.
Rubber tubing from the diameter of
-ineh to tbo size of garden hoso,
which wc sell by tho foot or yard.
We've lots of other rubber goods,
and our Drug Storo, you know, is tho
best place to buy thorn.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Department will parade hii
Saturday Ataooo Next,
&& Members of tho several Com
panies arc requested to usbcmblc at
tho Square in Union street, at 1 :30 p.
i., in full uniform, aud with appara
tus. ROUTE OF PROCESSION:
Move along Hotol to Maunakea
street; down Maunakea to King
street; along King to Nuuanu street;
down Nuuanu to Queen street; along
Queen to Fort street; up Fort to
King street: along King to the Palace
(entering tho King street Palaco gate
for the purposa of paying respects to
Her Majesty) ; afterwards the proces
sion will proceed along King to
Punchbowl stroot; up Punchbowl to
Bcrutania street; along Berctauia to
Nuuanu stieet; down Nuuanu to
King street; along King to Fort
street; up Fort to place of commence
ment. PER ORDER.
rPIIESK Lots, varying from one-half
JL to seven-tenths of an ueie, 111 o ad
vantageously situated, being just huyond
thu Park, and lying between the Dia
mond Head road and the sea. Govern
ment water is laid ou along thu front of
these Lots on thu road. Tho boach Is of
soft white wind, ainl tho loef is famous
for delicious fish of vat lous kinds, which
Of tho ten original Lots Not. 1 and 2
have been sold and i) and 10 are iok'I veil
by tho owner, Mr. S. 11. Dole Tho
other six Lots are offered for sale at thu
upRutpneo of 8800 apiece. When bids
have been received for thrco or moro
Lots an auction sale will lie held. Lot 3
has been bid for, leaving llvo Lots un
appiopriated. Thu title is feu simple, and terms arc
cash, or one-half cash and tho balance
on mortgage at 8 percent for 0110 or two
yearn. Deeds at thu expense of pur
chasers. l3r A chart of tho Lots is ou exhibi
tion at my Salesi 00m.
flQr These, LpU am marked by
corner Btawes, giyhig tho uninbors,
4A.S. F, MORGAN,
MRS, FLORENCE WILLIAMS
'Patriots,' Heroes & 'Saints.'
FRIDAY, Fob. 5th.
Ar r iuo i. ;ri ,
Coin so Ticket
milgiq iUHlllbSIUll. . ,M ...
ii i V
. .i .
rpilR legular annual meeting ot thu
X Hawaiian Fiult&Tuio Co. will bo
hold at their olllco In WulhiUu, Maul, ou
FRIDAY, Fob, 1, loUa, ut 10 o'clock
A. u W, 11. DAr41EI,
ai l 88t Seci etury 11 . F. & T. Co.
LATE ARRIVALS !
12vory slounicr and sailin
b, we nave 110 old sloe
are selected with care and they
as fast as sold are replaced
Honolulu contains such a la
goods suitable to the wants of 1
HAWAIIAN HARDW.1.E C05,
Fort street, oppo. Sprockets' Bank, Hono. 1 .
The Agency for JAYNE'S -FAMILY
MEDICINES, so long
held by our house, has been
transferred to Messrs. BEN-'
SON, SMITH & CO., to whom
all orders should be sent.
OAST LB & COOKE.
Honolulu, H. I., Feb. 4, 1892.
B. F. MLEKS & CO,
After taking Stock wo offer superior values for less
CHENILLE PORTIERES, FROM G.u0 UPWARD,
JLificUew" Ac Cxliilciren'M GoNMamer
AT ALL STYLES AND PRICES.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFfS.
SOCK i AND SCARFS AT COST.
C3T Dressmaking under tho management of MISS K. CLARKE.
Dress Goods I Dress Goods !
A FULL ASSORTMENT CAN BE FOUND AT
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
t DuSios in
All Wool Cam
A FULL LINE
Figured Chailloa & Silk Striped OliailloB.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF
Fancy Striped Flanaels & Flannelettes.
COME AND SEE OUR
STHIPED & PLAID WORSTED COMBINATION SUITS, TRICOT &
FINE CLOTHS FOR RIDING HABIT.
QS!f It you aro in search of Dress Materials come aud examine our
immense assortment before making your purchases elsewhere.
HOLL1STER & CO.,
lOO Fort Street.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR. THID LEADING
-NEV GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER.-!
k prepared to ulvo
LeSHoiis in Athletic hxorclsus unit
the Manly Art ut two doors above thu
Hoyid, School, Emma street, uImi to givo
utatiuctlniii at homes of pupils if de
sired. Applications leceivod at Xo. b7
King stieot. '
mn MIKE QU1LLIOAN.
to us articles
are till "late ar-
our shelves. Our goods
Ull IS III QllVyl -0 lll w
1 ot with it ready sale
't urs. No other storo in
1 varied assortment of
than former prices in every
aid Flail Dress Goods,
lette in all Shades,
OF COLORS IN
W. T. MONSARRAT,
tST Olllco at Hotel Htab'es, Hotel
btieet. Hutu Telephones 32, Residence f
Millual Tel. U1U. I dec 10-01.
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