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"WiiVAY,"AV('sr"s'r iri8?7 j
Tub Daily Un.umv has this day I
, puabud frnm tlw hands of its original
pi'Oprictiii i uiul managers Messrs.
J. W. Ivtibpithon & Co. into tint
hands of a new proprietary, lobe
.known as " Tiir. Daily Hullutin
Comi-any." Messrs. J. V. Kobcrt
boh & Co. have censed to have any
ownership in, and control of Tub
Daiu Hui.letin, and from this day
forward it will be owned, printed,
and published by The Dailt Bulle
TO OUR HEADERS.
call your attention to tbo
ifabovc notice which will explain ccr
v.4P... chjijigcu in this morning's issue,
as when a new hand takes (Urac
il of affairs, it is reasonable to ex
ct a chango of policy, wc beg to
.rinounco our intentions. It will bo
for our readers to note the changed
say whether they approve of them.
It will be our aim to produce a news
paper that shall deserve and secure
tho faupport of the public. Our chief
object will be to give a brief but
faithful account of all local events
. and oceuricnces, to noto all the
various meetings, etc., daily, and to
present to our readers in as compact
form as possible, all that can bo
gleaned for them, of the doings both
in the islands and out of them. In
all matters that coma up for discus
sion from time to time, wo shall en
deavor to bo fair and impartial, and
in ail things to further as the chief
end, " The well-being and improve
jnent of the Country." Our columns
will ever be open for tho expression
of public opinion, provided that
communications are as brief as can
be, consistent with the subject, and
arc couched in proper language.
"We, however, reserve tiie right of
declining all communications of an
unsuitable or purely personal nature.
Wo regret to have to apologize for
the appearance of the press-work of
tho papsr. At piesent wc labor un
der the disadvantage of beinjj com
pelled to use an old press that i9
very much out of order ; but wo are
jn weekly expectation or a new
cylinder press, which was ordered
Borne months since, and is now on
its way bare. When thin and other
material arrives we shall have much
pleasure in presenting the Daily
Bulletin to our readoia in a greatly
Aloha to You all!
THE CORNER LOAFER,
That His Majesty will take a new
1 That the Ministry will resign, you
know, so as to get rid of one of their
number.' I would do the same my
self, you know.
That the concert about to be given
by the Musical Association is to be
the finest given here for a long time.
Quite pretty music and all that sort
of thing, you seo. Proper thing to
'go find hear.
That the Y. M. C. A. and Mr.
Lucas are on the best of terms, and
everything goes " merry as a marri
nge bell." Just as it should do, you
Just step across to Pnlmcr's and
try his soda water, will you ?
It is reported that an Egyptian
xnau-of-w-.it' has laid torpedoes
around the anchored of the British,
French and Italian vessels.
In llritiah Columbia the Chinese
will soon outnumber the whiten, at
lbo present rati: of Mongolian im
portation. Yet their nit in the
Ibominiuu Parliament men who ex
press horror at any pr-position to
ejedudu tbewj yellow , utH.
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Monday, July 31. House met at
1(1 a.m. President railed for peti
tion. Mr. Kattnamano presented one
from Keauu (k). that S200 be paid
him for the cure or two lepors. He
fcrred to Sanitary Committee.
Dills and Resolutions were then
called for: "
Mr. Kaulukou read a resolution
that polico and all others who assist
ed during tho late sranll pox epide
mic to stop the spread of it, bo
thanked by tho House. Laid on the
Mr. Nawahi movod that the thanks
of this House bo tendered to those
volunteers who assisted in stopping
the spread of contagion during the
late emall-pox epidemic. Fussed.
On a motion the orders of the
day were then proceeded with. The
balance of tho Appropriation Bill on
its third rending :
Deputy SIk r. It, Wulluku 18L0
Total, Maul police ..$1100
Dcputv Sheriff 15(100
2 Captains, police (foreign) 4i00
5 heads of puUco 10800
2 captains of police, Hawaiian... 2400
Deputy Bhuritl, Koolaupoko 1200
Deputy Sheriff. Wnhdun 1200
Deputy HUtrifl. Koolauloa 720
Deputy ShtriU, Wnlanac 720
Deputy Sheri ff, E wa (100
Street "tampa in Honolulu 0000
Regular pollc, Oaku i -.2(500
Total Orthu Police $85200
Deputy Sheriff & clerks, Kauai,.. 1020
Deputy Sheriff. Lehun 1200
Deputy Sheriff, Kolou. . ., 1200
Doputy Sheriff, Waiatnea 1200
Dequty Shcrlfl, Kawaihao 1200
Dcptty Sheriff, Hannlei 1200
Regular Police, Kouai OlibO
Total. Kauai Polico S17G00
Appropriation of Criminals COOO
Expenses Coroner's Jnqus.sts 1200
Expcuses for Criminal Cases 20000
Armed police force fcr Hawaii,
Maui and Kauai C00OO
SCHEAC OF 1'UllLIO INSTltUCTION.
Salary Inspector-General COOO
Traveling expenses 10000
Salary clerk 1000
Support of Haw and Eng Schools 70000
Supilort of Common Schools 10000
Support of Reformatory School.. 10000
Dulklinc And iuiprovlnc hdiool.
Scholarship Punuhou School 720
Aids to Hilo Hoy' Boarding 8ch. nooo
Aids to Mnkawa'o Eeinale Scm'y. . 210!)
Bulldipg Walalua Fetualu Sum'y. 10000
Stationery and incidental 800
Total Bureau of Pub. Instr $1117820
House then took recess from 12 to
2 p. ra.
Un its reassembling at I p.m., un
der suspension of the rules the En
rollment Committer reported that it
has pleased His Majesty the King to
place his signature on the following
An Act to amend section 429 of
tho Civil Code, (relating to natur
alization.) An Act to make a permanent set
tlement on II. Kuihclani.
On the. motion of Mr. Kaukau tho
item to pay Mr. J. C. Merrill tho
sum of $1,000 in full of all demands
was passed. On motion the ayes
and noes were taken, ayes 22, noes
lir.uii'tTUi.ATioK or axtrofriatiok ACT,
Civil List $l48,fi00 00
IVrmamcnt Settlements 21,800 00
Legislature and Pi Ivy Council, 25,1)00 00
Dipt of J udlclary 132,125 00
Dept Foreign Affairs 250,700 00
wept interior 2,104,125 yu
Dept Finance : U5G.8&0 fiO
Dept Attornep General 321,:)40 00
Dept Jt'ubltc lnstiucllon 137,520 00
Total $3,507,350 80
On motion of Mr. Richardson tho
sum of 81,500 wad inserted iu the
His Ex. Mr. Bush moved that the
bill do now pass.
Tho .Hon. members for North
Konn and Hilo declared themselves
opposed to tho bill, and the Hon.
member for Hilo moved that the
total be indefinitely postponed, and
called for ayes and noes. .
Hon. S. K. Kaui moved tho pre
vious quftfition. Passed.
Appropriation Bill on its third
reading was then put and carried.
Ayeg 2G, noes 11. Adjourned.
The gunboat Iris arrived at Port
Said, and lios with one broadsido
bearing upon the town and the other
upon an Kgyptian corvette comman
ded by ono'ofArabi Pasha's ofllcers.
There arc 428 Hritith subjects, 500
Kgyptian soldiers and 200 police at
In lust evening's meeting of tho
council, tne rrimn Minister, Said
Pasha, maintained that Arabi Pasha
was u rebel and must be treated as 1
. .. .. , .- . -- . .
I PIP llll.ll
Sunday Sight at Kayaiahao Church, j
Owing to prelum on our space
yesterday we did not report this as
fully ns wc intended.
From 7 o'clock streams of Ilawaii-
ans and foreigners kept pouring into
tho building to unite in a praise scr
vico to Ood for tho out-pouring of
Ills spirit during lbo revival services.
At 7 :20 lbo number inside was so
largo that an impromptu start was
made by singing several hymns. In
10 minutes Mr. Hallcnbcok appeared
and the meeting was opened in the
usual way. The prayer was offered
up by the pastor of Lilittc, Kauai.
Then followed a brief address by
Mr. Hallenbeck, explaining the ob
ject of the meeting, that it was a
praise service, not merely a thanks
giving. After elucidating the idea
that praise includes thanks as well as
something higher and gi eater, he in
troduced an anecdote of a little boy
who was conyci ted at n revival ser
vice, and whoso father, although a
Christian, did not attend them. So
one day going to his father .13 he sat
reading, he laid his hand on his
shoulder and said: ''Father, wiry do
you not come to the revival ser
vices?" The father answered gruffly,,
" I d6 not need them. I am estab
lished." Some days after the boy
and his father were out gathering
wood in a cart. They overcaloulat
cd the strength of the horse and put
too much wood on the cart. After
trying in vain to get tho horse to
move it the father asked the boy
what ho thought was tho matter.
The boy answered, " Father, it is
established." Tho deduction drawn
by the speaker is easily sceu. This,
speech was ably translated by the
Rev. Mr. Forbes, who acted as
translator for the evening. The
meeting was then thrown open as a
praise meeting for individuals, when
numbers, of all ranks, both Ilawaii
ans and foreigners, availed them
selves of the privilege. At 10 miuutcs
past 9 tho first meeting closed and
inquiry meeting was afterwards held.
This has been the most interesting
meeting of the series held by Mr.
Hallenbeck. Wc trust that this will
not be the last of the kind. Wc
notice that although a great deal has
been lately .said in the public press
about jealousy existing between the
llawaiians and foreigners, the only
jealousy exhibited on Sunday night
was as to who should give the great
est praise to God for what he has
done for both. During tho evening
the united choirs of the Kadinaka-
pili, Kawaiahao, Fort street and
Bethel churches led the singing.
1M1 a. lirowu and .Mrs. l'eirco sang
excellently a solo each ; and Mrs.
llaiama ana Aiibs ivawewetii sang a
duct in a very pleasing manner.
Ouu Hilo correspondent writes
The schr Ida Schnnucr is now load
ing at Papaikou for San Francisco,
unci will sail about the 20th instant.
She will take nbotit 200 tons of
sugar, and the following passengers :
W. Tcrty, F Ellis, II Gcrraous, Mrs
Stella Smith, Mrs. II. Porter, aud
II. B. Can. An outbreak occurred
among tho Portuguese at Costa's
Plantation on the 2Cth. Thirteen of
them are now in prison awaiting
trial. Refusing to woik was the
cause of the tiouble. The Hilo peo
pie aro beginning to appreciate the
benefits of the telephone, and whicli
will be moio apparent when tho roads
The steamer Jas. Makce will leave
for Kauai to-day On her rctuln to
Honolulu, she will take in coal and
stores nnd then proceed to San Fran
cisco, wliero she will undergo a
Cousins' Society held its
usual monthly meeting on Saturday
evening last. The Board of Editors
an excellent budget, and tho
spout a most enjoyable
"Wo hope to hoar more-
, from them next month.
Capt. Kittson, cleared for San Fran-j
clsco, from Kahului, on the 29th
inst., with flS'jo bags sugar weighing
101,311 lbs; valued at $30,105.20.
'Dasukuous Customs. In tho
streets, some distance from the cen
tre of the city, drivers of licensed
vehicles and others are accustomed
to drive vouud corners at great speed
and goncrally . very near the bido
wnlk. Several times wc have- noticed
children nearly run over in this way.
It is also customary to leave horses
and buggies fastened to posts on the
side-walks, without any attendant.
Even tho quietest horse may be
alarmed sometimes and break nwiry,
aud wc suppose that, until some ficti
ons accident or loss of life occurs,
no action will b,o taken to regulate
Thu regular monthly meeting of
the Women's Board of Missions, will
bo held to-day at Fort street Churcb, '
at 2 :d0 i'.m. Ladies prayer meelu g
at 3 r.M.
Tiiekh will be the regular monthly
meeting of the Ladies of St. An
drew's Cathedral, at the School
Boom, Emma Square, on Wednes
day, Aug. 2nd, at 3 o'clock p.m.
Latu last night wc heard of an
attempted burglary. ' During the
night n stranger entered the room of
a young man down town and retired
on being without making himself
known. Names of all parties arc
withheld for obvious reasons.
Eaui.y this morning the town was
alarmed by the ringing of the firc
bcll. It proved to bo an unoccupied
house near Emma street and right
opposite Emma Square. The build
ing is a total loss. Officer Mclnten
whose vigilance caused him to be
first on tho spot, gives it as his
opinion that the house was set on
fire as when he observed it first, the
flames were coming from underneath
A dispatch from Beilln says:
Much surprise is evinced at the fact
that the United States Government
has sent two men-of-war to Alexan
dria. The. Germans consider that
American intcrfcrenco is unneces
T1 " L'lLl 1. . J . ILI .! 1.1J
TJHTOlSi: A tortoise belonging t
some one unknown strapyd in!o a
yard at 1'nlnmii, yesterday. Tho owner
can hive the m-no liy railing m P. Fer
nanda"., Cider Factory, Pnlamn, and pay
ing thu co-t of this notice. 1C0 lw
rpo LET. Two Well.fiiruished Rooms
X Apply to No. 4 Gardsn Lane. IDOlw
WILLIAM II. HAKPEU will please
call at Messrs. C. Uueweii S. Co'
T7" ANTED a jounjc GUI, to make her
t self generally useful ltitliclipu.se
of a lady on Maui. For particulars eu
quhc at the Hawaiian Hotel, KoOm No.
10, in tbo morning b'.-foro 9:30. 07
WANTED. A live man w 1th moiler
ate capital, who Is both mer
chant and accountant, can hear of a
good business opportunity by address
ing C V !., BulletiU ofllec. lilnelpals
only. All communications strictly con
fidential. ' 10.")
1710 USD -A Plantation Draft, which
. the owner can hao 04 piovlut;
property and pnjlng for this advertise
ment. Apply to
120 Messrs. Castle & Cooke
LOST, a Black Leather Satchel, con
taining a ladles' card case. The
finder will ple.i&e leave same at Messin.
U. Hackfeui & Co'8. 145 lw
"I OST, 011 Rutin day evening, on the
XJ Valley Road', between Mr. Henry
Caiter's and Mr. .1. S. Walker's pre
mises, two pieces of MUSIC "Tmiluui
er," and "Seeiet Love." The Under
w ill receive the thanks ol tho owner by
leaving the Mime nt the ofllec of J. W.
Robertson x Co'd. 14:)
"WATER! WATER! "
IRRIGATION after this date (June
23rd, IKS-',) Is limited to (4) four
hours per day,
From 0 Ki S In tho morning, and
From 4 to 0 in the evening. ,
PcrmloHioii to Irrigate during nnue
convenient hourF will be granted on ap
plication to the Superlntcnpcnt.
Pep-ons found Iirigatlng except dur
ing Hiecllled houH will h.uo their prl
llegas suspended without notice,
O. D. rni-Eiii,
Supt. Water Works.
Approved: Signed, . K. Kui,
Minister of Iulei lor. 121
Tun schooner Emma Claudina, ' '
I Schooner M
Will lcavo. Honolulu EVERY MON-
DAY at 4 p. in.,
FOIt WAIALUA AND WAIANAE.
For freight or passage, having superior
cuiun nccuiuuHHiiiuous, apply 10 1110
uiipuun on iioaru. 104
li prison- having horecs or other
nubnuli in the pastures at K13WA.-
LO, fri-hldencc of Mr. S. M. Carter,) nro
heicliv not Hied to (onunuulculc In re-
gard to pasturage charges with tho
inuiersigueo, oiuurwise Mien nnimais
will bo liable to lie Impounded.
Julyai, 18S5. (150 lw) W. L. Wilcox-
550 MEW WANTED
1 Fine Buslnc-iS Suit, In ihc latcrt style,
1 Gents' Fine Straw Hat,
1 Fine Percale Shirt, extra cuffs, 2 collar
1 Pair Fine Shoes,
9 nbC-' Tk'-l Hondforchlcf,
ALL THIS CAN BE HAB
For SI 4.25,
AT CHAS. J. FISHEL'S
Corner Fort and Hotel sts.
tEx Buvk Almy,
FOR SALE In quantities to suit.
At Lowest Prices,
131 By Cahtlis & Cooke
To arrive per D. C. Murray
SCOT'S WOOL. RUCKS 2, 2 yeats
old, and 4, 1 year old.
1 Southdown Buek, 2 years old.
10 Soutlulown Lambs, 7 Bucks, 3 Ewcs
2 Grale's Merino Bocks
1 Cow nnd Calf, half Durham and half
llolgtcm. Aud a few doen
Came and Fancy Fowls.
1M lw A. "W BUSH.
nnilE Hawaiian Journal, " KoHa
JL wau Fak Aika,'" owned and
edited by Kawainui Bros. : has a,
woekly edition of 3,200 copies, and
is the best advertising medium.. Of
fice, No. 6 Merchant st. 1
jgy" Gents' Fine. Buckskin SuiU
something new, from $13 to $25
during the Invtrtory Naleat the,
Honolulu Clotiuno Emi-oru-m:.
"A. M. Mklms.
Carriage (fjjl. -Builder.
Buggies, Carriages, Express 'Wagons.
and every kind of vehicles
and all kinds of icpairing done.
Drink Pitlnier & C.o's
GINGER ALE :
75 cents per tlnve'i
TTNION FLKD COMPANY, A. W.
inent on other pigc
. ., Horsu to i.rr. a four
iTyflitftflDroonieil hou-c, nicely funiish
wzasBknX, with kitchen nnd bathroom
attached. It Is pleasantly Mjimtcd, and
Is within fto mluuti-iO widk of the Post
Olllce. For paitlculars apply to ,1. W.
Itonr.-rrsON it Co. 145
rpiVO OFl-TCna TO LET. on tho f-ec-1
ond floor of tho Ijiillilln-r occupied
by J. W. Itohcrtsoii L Co
170U SALE, I.OT No. 124, In Kajilo--F
l.-ml Park, dimensions fl x Ti00,
facing the beach, nnd ell fenced. Ap
ply to O, O. lir.unr.K 143
. Apply to f
102 II. Ilitckfeld & Co. J
1OU SALE, one new Seoy, enp.ihle of
' holding 10 ioiih, huUt b,v f" Emniec,
nnd now In good order. For further par
llcu'ins annlv tu Tili'.O. II I)W1KS A. CO,