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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATUKDAY, AUG. 20, 18!)2.
Satcuiivy, Any. '20.
Stmr Klliiueii Hon fioin Molukni
Stmr YVaiinanalo from Maui and Mololcni
Stiur .lames Makcc, from Kauai
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Nor lik Northern Light,
Itoynl lioiuls, 1! 0.
Stnir.lanie Jlakoo for llanalui and Jfniin-
niaiilii at I p in
Stmr Knalii for W'aianau and Walalua'nl
10 a m
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Molokai
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr .Taint's Mukee L02!) hags paddy, 0T
lulls green hides, 3) lings nee. and 21
From Kmiai, per btmr James Makcc,
Aug '10 .1 U llaro, I)r Ilngus.
Vessols in Port.
French Warship Duhourdieu, Admiral
I'urravon, from Tahiti.
USFS San Krancisco, Admiral lliown,
from San Diego.
Am lik Allieit, Winding, from San Kran
cisco. Am s-ehr Aloha, Johnson, from San Kran
cisco. Am bk Korest (Jueen, Dyrehorg, from San
Am hkt Wrestler, IScrgmim, from New
castle, N S W.
Jikt W a Dimoud, Kelson, from San Fran
cisco. Our lik 1' Tsenliurg, Kru.se, from San Fran
cisco. Nor sh Morning T.ight, .lohaiison, from
Noweastle, NS W.
Jik Margaict, Peterson, from Newcastle.
Jlr bk Kooringa, Young, from Newcastle.
Foreign Vessols Expected.
USS Boston, from San Francisco, due.
H I M S Hiei, Mori, fiom Japan.
K M 8 Mariposa, JIayward, from San Fran
cisco, Aug. 20.
It M S Mouowai, Carey, from the Colonies,
llr S S Oceanic, from San Francisco, Aug.
Am lik Covlon, fiom San Francisco, Aug.
Oer lik J C Olado, fiom Liverpool, Aug.
Haw bk Helen Brewer, from filasgow,
Mis hkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Am sehr Mary Dodge, from Eureka, Sept. .'i.
Am sch (ileuilale, from K.uicku, Aug. HI.
Br hk K 1 Itithut, from CurdW, Sept. ).
Bk Oreln, from Newcastle, N S W.
Oer bk 11 Hackfeld, from I.ivurpool, Oct. 10.
The steamer W. 0. Hall will be due from
windward ports on Tuesday.
The steamer Kiuilii will leave for Wai
auae and Wainlua on Monday a't 10 a.m.
The Norwegian hark Northern Light will
probably not get away to-day.
The schooner Kiilamnnu has been haul
ed on the Marine Hallway for cleaning,
The steamer 1'elu came oil' the Marino
Railway last evening and went over to the
it. v I., i.o.s iiociv 10 loan wiiu
Doflod tho Guard,
A Chinaman shouted dofinncu lo a
Household Guard on duty at tho
J'nlaco Walk ontraneo this morning,
Tho colcstial vix making a noiso
and uttering bad language to n
native on a brake, whim tho guard
told him to shut up. The China
man told tho guard to close his trap
too. Of course this aroused tho
guard's ire and ho marohed toward
tho celestial with charge bayonet.
Tho Chinaman stood still and defied
tho soldier. Tho Chinaman being
on tho outside, the soldier did not
touch him, .John felt like tho war
rior in ancient history who said,
"Voni, Vidi, Viei!" After standing
there a while longer, to show his
independence, ho stalked oir with a
Hand, Prof, H. JJorger, lender, will
give a concert tins afternoon at
Thomas Square commencing at 1:110
o'clock, Following is the program:
1. Muruli l'Umro Ailmcklu
'.'. Overturn KrwDliivolo . .Auhur
3. Introduction Curiiii'ii .HUet
-I. IteiiiiniHeences of Oiruiihuc.li . ,Conrmll
&. Kinulu Kaiist , (lounoil
j; WulU lllmi uiiiUlolil J-umoUe.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Douuctl warm, doiichorknow.
Slorioplioon exhibition to-night.
Moro chicken stealing has been
The Steon-Smitli show to-night.
Don't forget it.
Tlio price of meat has been reduc
ed by the Metropolitan Meat Co.
since August 1st.
Admiral Brown and Admiral Par
rayon wore interested spectators in
the Legislature yesterday.
The United States cruiser Hoston
is expected daily from the Coast to
relieve the San Francisco.
Mr. Geo. Dillingham, who met
with the accident on Tuesday night,
is still confined to his room.
The band will piny at Thomas
Square this afternoon, and not. at
Emilia Square as previously.
A runaway occurred on the city
front, this noon luckily without se
rious injury to the vehicle or its oc
cupants. A Japanese woman was ordered to
return by the I'olieo Justice to the
contract service of Captain Alist this
The Industrial Homo for Girls
near Kawaiahao Church has been
closed for some time, presumably
The French flagship Dubourdieu
will not leave until after the arrival
of the mail steamer, probably Tues
day or Wednesda)'.
George .Rose was committed for
trial at the next term of the Su
premo Court, October, to-day b
Police Justice Foster.
A lady narrowly escaped being
run over bj' a safety on the sidewalk
last evening. Isn't the road wide
enough for ye riders?
A little Chinese boy fell from a
mantra tree at Koolnu one day last
week and never regained conscious
ness. He died soon after his fall.
The second performance of the
St eon combination will take place
this evening at the Opera House.
An interesting program will bo pre
sented. Mr. J. 11. Hare returned to town
by the steamer .lames Makeo from
Kauai this morning. Ho has not
improved in health any by his stay
on tho garden isle.
The funeral of tho late Miss
Hattie Napaao Brown has been post
poned until Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock, from St. Andrew's Cathedral,
on account of tho non-arrival of Mr.
Francis 13. Harding was assaulted
in tho dark last night by someone.
Mr. Harding has a suspicion as to
who tho perpetrator of the outrage
is. His mouth and nose ate badly
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for salo.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith k. Co.,
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany has any attractive new adver
tisement in this issue. '
Lewis J. Lovoy will sell wooden
buildings adjoining thoBtn.un'iN of
fice on Wednesday at 12 o'clock.
.Tas, F. Morgan will sell furniture
at tho residence of Mrs. Carney,
Ueretauia street, on Wednesday at
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their houses by .Miss
Wolf, 7J1 JJeretania street. .Mutual
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
kea street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
J.utz. Ollice hours, .) lo 12, 2 to 1,
and evenings fi to 7 ; Sundays JO to J,
Bell telephone Ifl" ; Mutual (!S2.
A Storeopticon Exhibition will bo
given under tho auspices of tills
Scottish Thistle Club, assisted by
tho Hon, il, Marsdon and Mr. !.
I-iiglitfool, in tho club hall, Mer
chant street, on Saturday ovening,
at 7:!M). Admission free. All mem
bers and friends cordially invited to
A Surgical Operation.
Dr. C. B, Wood, assisted by J)r.
Spratling of tho U. S. F. S. San
Francisco, performed an important
surgical operation a few days ago,
which saved a life ami illustrated
the advanced stage of surgical sci
ence, Doctors never publish any of
these things, but this case having
come to the cars of a Hiu.i.ctjn re
porter, it is given without asking
anybody's leave. Tho operation was
tho removal of an internal abscess
Trom tho poison of Marcus, son of
Mr. J, H. JJare. An opening had to
bo made in tho patient's side and
tho seat of the abscess located. Tho
young man is now doing tis well as
could bo expected, and with good
care is likely to wholly recover,
Satijiiiuy, Aug. 20, 181)2.
The Assembly convened at 10 for
prayer by the Chaplain. Minutes of
the previous meeting were then read
by Clerk McCarthy and Interpreter
Wilcox and, as usual, approved.
Hep. Ashford questioned the Min
ister of Interior again in regard to
John Noil, Fire Marshal, and to the
effect: 1. lias John Neil sinco.beeii
naturalized? 2. If so, was it in ac
cord with law? .'). If not naturaliz
ed, has ho received letters of deniza
tion? Date? 1. It not naturalized,
nor denizened, does he still perform
the duties of Fire Marshal? Do you
acquiesce to his so holding the ollice
and receiving salary?
Minister Wideinanii, from a special
commit too appointed by the Legis
lature of 1S!K) to revise the Audit
Act, presented a bill on tho subject.
Referred to a special committee of
seven consisting of the Finance Com
mittee and two additional members.
Noble Marsden, under suspension
of tho rules, presented a petition
from Kohala asking that $20,000 be
appropriated for a road in that dis
trict. To Committee on Public
At 10:35, on motion, the Order of
tho Da j' was taken up, and the fol
lowing bills were road and acted on:
Bill (51, relating to creating liana,
Maui, and "Waimea and Mnkawcli,
Kauai, ports of entry, was read a
third time and passed.
Bill II, to increase tho duty on
coll'ee, was read a third time and
Bill 121, relative to bail, was read
a third time and passed.
Bill" I2i, authorizing the Minister
of Interior to convoy certain lands
to tho Sailors' Home Society oT Ho
nolulu. Read a third lime and re
referred to tho Engrossing Commit
tee for correction.
Bill !)2, to encourage the cultiva
tion ol eoltee ami ramie, was reail a
Bill JIK), relating to amendments
of Road Board Law of JS'.K). Report
of Committee on Public Lands in
connection with the bill and favor
ing the passage. Bill was passed to
engrossment and to t hint read inn on
Tuesday next .
Bill No. (58, to provide for and
authorize the raising of a revenue
by taxation to bo used for the sup
port and carrying on of the several
(ire departments, was read a second
time, as also a report of the Finance
Some argument was had on the
bill, but pending action tho Assem
bly, at 11:57, adjourned.
ST. ASDItnw's CATIinUltAL.
Tho services of the cathedral con
gregation, Tenth Sunday after Trin
ity, will be as follows: Holy Com
munion, (i:!!0 a. m.; morning prayer,
11 a. in.; Hawaiian evensong, .'!:!!() i.
in.; evensong and sermon, 7:30 p. in.
All are invited.
SECOND C( i.vo ii i:o ATlOX.
The services of the second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow will bo as follows: 9:15 a. m.,
morning prayer with sermon; Venite
and Bonedicttis, (o double chants,
To Deum, Berg in C; hymns ,'170 and
2(')(); anthem, "Oh how amiable are
thy dwellings," by Richardson. (i:!!0
Ii, in., evensong with sermon; Mag
nificat and Nunc Dimittis to double
chants; hymns 2.'58, 2(H) and 22. All
are cordially invited.
High Mass, 10 a. m.; Rosary and
catechism, 2 p, in.; Sermon followed
by the Benediction of the Holy Sac
rament, -1 :,'!() p, in.
M'.VE.NTH DAY ADVKNTIST.
Seventh Day Adventists will have
lliblo meetings every Sunday even
ing, at tho corner of Punchbowl and
Evangelistic services will be con
ducted by the Y. .M.C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday tit 7:!M)
CUXTltAk UNION UllllltUII,
Services at II a, in, and 7:!i0 p. in.
Preaching by Kov. Thos. L. Clulick
of Makawao, Maui,
Y, M. 0, A. 11AIJ,.
ICvangelistie services in tho Y. M,
C. A. hall. (!:!10 to 7:15 p. m.
Mootings on Monday.
A special meeting of the JSoanl of
Trustees of the Qnccn'h Jfospital
will bo held in the Chamber of (Join
merce room at 10 o'clock.
The hlockholderri of the Haiku
Sugar Co. moot at the ollice of Cas
tle it Cooke, Jit ',) o'clock.
The I'aia J'lantatiou Co. meet at
the ollice of Castle Si Cooke at il
Alechanich' Homo, rJanil (il Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25e. and 50V. a night; $1
aud $1.25 a week, A
Royal Rocoption to Admiral Par
rayon and OtHcorn of tho Crouch
Her Majesty Queen Liliuokalani
gave a ball in honor of Admiral I'ar
rayon and Captain llosson and olli
cersofthe French llagship Dubour
dieu, at lolani Palace last night. lt
was a splendid display of the royal
hospitality. The Throne Room,
where tho reception anil dancing
took place, was gorgeous with (low
ers and gay in biilliant elecdie light
from the regal crystal chandeliers.
There was as usual on "iich' occa
sions a beautiful and tasteful ar
rangement of plants and (lowers in
the main hall.
Invitations had been issued on a
comprehensive scale. Resides mem
bers of tho Government, Privy Coun
cil, Legislature, olliciaN in general
and naval ollicers, there was a large
representation of tho pleasure-loving
portion of society. Admiral Brown,
Captain Watson and ollicers of the
United States llagship San Francisco
were present, their handsome uni
forms supplementing those of the
French ollicers in giving bright hues
and glittering Hashes to the assem
blage, (j nests entered by the Rich
ards street door to the Chamber
lain's ollice, thus being alfoided am
ple as well as secluded hat and cloak
rooms. Tho walls along the hallway
leading to the stairs were handsome
ly draped with (lags.
Her Majesty, attended by Gov
ernor Cleghorn and the two Princes,
besides ladies-in-waiting, gave a re
ception in the Throne Room to the
French Admiral and ollicers, and j
the American Admiral and ollicers,
followed by the other guests. The
Royal Hawaiian Hand, conducted
by ProT. II. Uerger, played enliven
ing selections through the reception
and gave music for the dance. The
heel-and-toe practice began soon af
ter !) o'clock", and comprised fourteen
dances, being lancers, waltz, polka,
sehottische and galop, the waltz
predominating in frequency. Near
midnight a plenteous and varied col
lation of enticing viands was served
in the state banqueting hall. Coni
patisons with former events of the
same kind in the present icign would
bo idle. It i.s enough to say that
Her Majesty, on this occasion, well
maintained her great reputation as
an entertainer on a royal scale.
Major J. W. Robertson, Chamber
lain, conducted (he (lelailn with his
usual vigor and tact, and fhu' pleas
ant lesiilts to all the guests are
largely to be ciedited to his ellicionl
Booked to Lenvo.
The following names already ap
pear on tho register oT persons to
leave on the S. S. Monowai duo this
day week from the Colonies en route
to San Francisco:
l!c and .Mrs. I ITsliorne and ' childiell,
D II Caniihell, (!eo A Ilendiiek- anil wife,
.Miss A 1! Iarr, Mrs Wurtli, S J! Iloiimt,
W M Catlin, .Mrs II II Silvi-lcr, T lionald
sou mid wife, the Msst.s liomiliNon, W
and .1 lionahlson.
"'Ill: l)XI)i;i!M(IXKI)( Al T1UVS A 1.1,
puisons airaiust sliooliiic, liiintilii: or
lishiniion mv lot situateil al Aula. Hono
lulu, as all ticspasscis w ill he iiro-eeuted.
.ID.'-H Iltlsll Ti;SAXT.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
AGENTS FOR -
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
yEtna Flro Insurance Co.,
Union Insurance Co,,
OV SAN KKAXCIHCO, OAI..
ELECTION of OFI'ICEItO.
At ti i : a x x u a i. m i:i:ti no ok ti i i:
.Stockholders of tint llouoiuu Knuar
Company held this day, the following
Ollicers wcio elected for tliu ensuing year:
.(ico, 11. lloliertsou,
.A. C. l.ov( kin,
( .1. O. Carter
Win. (i. Ilrash.
A. C. I.OVKICIX,
Fccietary llouoiuu Kugar Co.
lloliollilu, Ail. ' '""-' Itfl-liii
ELECTION OK OFFICERS.
AT T1IK ANNUAL Mi:KTJNO OI'
thu Ktockholders of tliu JIANALKI
KUOAlt Mll.LCO.Mi'ANY, held this day,
tho followiliK Ollicers wero elected fur tho
1'iesldeut I'hiiM. 1 1. Carter, t,
Vice-l'ieslduiil.. lion. .1. X. 8. Williaius
Kccictury . .. J.O. Carter
Ticasuicr.. (Ico. 11. Itoherlsou
Atiditor.. .1. O. Curler
Who arc iiIki Diicctors of the Company.
.1. O. O.VIITlMt,
Secretary II. K. M. Co.
Honolulu, , Inly Is, I'.'-!. 171-m
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
84 Beretauia St.
Bell Tolo. 2G0
OUR STOCK OF
am. ok which aim: kuksii. kviiisy
At Popular Prices !
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COltNT.i: TOUT AND KlN(i STUHKTS.
"WiKiM-: wii.i. m: a mi:ktin(i ok
the Stoi'kliolilcis of, tnc lliuUli Siiksii'
Cii. ill tin' ulllt't' of CastU" A: Cooke, on
MUX PAY, tlic'-M iiist.,ntll o'clock a. m.
.1. It. ATlinUTOX,
rpuKiM-: wii.i. in: a mimctino ok
1 tlui SlorUlioldcrs or Pain l'laiitntloii
ill the oilier of Castle- .V; Cooke on MUX
DAY, Auk. --'. I"-1-', at!) o'clock . i.
Til OS. W. llOltlioX,
V of Trustees of the (Jueen's Hospital
will le heltl at tho loom of the Cliumhrr of
Conmieree, on .Momlay, August 'JJ, ls'U, at
II) o'clock . M., for the iiii'kisi ot ronsirl
erini? piopo-eil Anieiiilnients to !v-l.us.
Pci-Unler. K. A. riCII AKKHli,
Honolulu, .Inly UJ, lsiij.
QTooKiioi.iiims in Tin: waiiihk
O HiiK.ir Coniiany will please lake no
tice that a Special' Meeting of the Com
pany will Imi held al the ollice of ( . lircwer
.v, Company, on KiMDAY, tliu Jiiih in-t.,
at o'clock' i'. m.
.1. o. cai;ti:i:,
.Secretary Waihee Sugar Co.
Honolulu, A UK. Is.'ls'.L'. oihi-Uv
'niimti: wild, iik a
' Kohala Suuar
1 the Stockholders of tl
Co. at the ollico of Cattle ,V ( ookc, ou
MONDAY, the JJ.tli hist., al!) o'clock . m.
.1. It. ATlIKIiTON,
si'kciai, mi:i:tix(i oi tiii:
Stockholders of tin' llouomu Suuar
Company" will ho held on h.TlilM)AY,
Septeiidier !d, at 10 o'clock . m., at the
ollice of C, Jlniirur A- Co., (l.'d).
Secietary llouoiuu SilHiir Co.
Honolulu, Aug. Is, Is')-'. ."idl-'Jiv
To Lot or LeaBo.
rpW'O XICKI.Y KU II
1. nished liooms, ccu
t rail v located. Inuuirc at
Collude al Makiki,
near lleretanla street car.
Apply thlH ollice.
DHVAI. PKHMISIIh, III
lleretania street, oo
poslto Knit street church.
Aiudv to It. I. i.ii.i.ii:,
:iv.'-tf At Theo. II.
Davics A Co,
COTTAGES TO LET.
riMVO Ni:V COTTAOKS
J centrally localcd, cou
tiiinin two hedroonis, par
lor, iliuinu-iiioin, h.ith and
Itcul fl.'i. Lmpiir
at this ollice.
VIEW IIOl'hK OK KIVi:
XN rooms, on .Miit;niiic
street, with llathi'ooui, pal
flit V. I'., ele. Coinniunils
ouoof tlmllucst views in Hounliilu. Apply
to (177-tf) .1. M. VIYArf.
ANI01J CDTTAt.i: ON' (mi .
Ituretaula street, near tori iM-tVi.
l'iikoi street, coiitniuiiiK S&xtUMtSL
1'arlor, '1 lIcilroouiH, llalh- iiiiivMiS
iooiii, Dinlngidoio, I'autry and Kitchen,
Hervant's room,Cairiat;c llntisii, Siaiile.rtc.
Tiaiucars pass every Ju liiluules. Applj at
(illlee of this paper. I.is-lf
i YOUNti MAN DKSIKKS A 1'iliSI
V lion as Coaehiiiau in a private
family. Addrun "K," this ollice.
. IIVioi ii) wunt a Portrait iluUinjrtt
ciU on A7ii J Iron,, net their I'rivr Utt,
ttnd vie fjuiiipltg. Thjiy can' be kwtl
TT T TZT1
iK'knowk'lred superior of all cooking ranges is lliti Fiscmkh.
It heals up quicker and with less fuel than any other stove
on 'he market. Low prices.
JHE J. "W .A. X X -A. 1ST
1 nvMisli'oMlies are as diilieull to find
Nth rci. Ar.u.MoToi! is mil the most
s nne as our
X3I ..A. "JR. -13 "W ARE
is pronounced hy every one lo he just a little heller quality
than you can lind in any other establishment. The reasons
are obvious we take nothing but the bes(. (Joods like
people arc known by Ihe
they keep. Our (Joods are till of the best we-never make
the mistake of sandwiching the cheap with the good, be
cause ours are all irood.
Are Your Glasses
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER FIT
In. A.ra.-y Style of
HOLLISTER & CO, DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - Hoiioluilu., HI. I.
OhiMren's Hats -
104 Fort Stroet, Hoiiolxilvi.
CIIII.DUKX'S LACK HATH,
CIIILDIILN'.S MULL HATS,
(JHlLDltKX'.S HI I.K HATH,
OHILDKKX'H MUSLIN HAT.s,
OHILDHK.X'B ST It AW HATS,
(IHILDIIKX'S l.KOHOUN HATS.
IXKANTh' LACK. IlOXNl'.TS,
IXKAXTS' CIUKKOX ItoXXKTS,
1XKANTS' Ml'hl.IX lloXXr.T.S,
1NKANT.V hll.K lloXNKT.S.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE, CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
Per Bcti'k. " .A-llaort'
A Kiti:sii lwoit i; ok
Hay, Grain, Feed
For Sale Cheap In Quantities to Suit.
A L.SO -.-
AT !) I'Li: coltl) OK.LlVLItKD.
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.,
Wj (Jucun tjtrcDl, pi
as the man who says the
iierl'eet wind motor ever
Phey are superior to all others, just the
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
A MISFIT ?
KOI" XI) AT
H. Hackfeld & Co
OKKLIt KOK hALK
Best Refined Alcohol !
Tor Mochanlcal & Medical Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
at Tin: i:ti: or -
S1.75 Fer G-Etllon
llisj INOLUDINU COXTAINl'.lt. lin
Tin' btt Ihinij f jiciiiI lo your friends
obroud in lunj limn, "tlluttrulrd Son
vpiiirof llawuii," xeltivh is tjotten up for
lhoiUTiQit,uud j not i mlvir(tmmi(
: K -i f