Newspaper Page Text
""WPfflf lilHIWipwJIIV1 -v I
DAILY BUlXBtPIMt HqW,OJUUJL.U,'fl 1., AUGUST C, IdtJy.
ii mi, i mwn
I" II 33
TUESDAY, AUG. G, 1889.
Stmr Mlknhala fiom Hawnil
Schr Mol Wahlne from Hnniakua
Schr Lavlnla from Kitu.il
Stmr Wnltmnalo from Walalua ami
Stmr Ltkcltkc or Mntit at 0 p in
Stmr Lehua for Uamnkua
Stmr UnlnlCulQ for Kaanl at 5 p ra
Schr Haleakala for Pepeekeo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Dktno Y II Dimond for Snn Francisco
at 10 a tn
LUCAS In Honolulu, August 2d, to
the wife ef Mr. John Lucas, a son.
The game on Saturday between
the Kaiulanis and Stars was wit
nessed by quito a large number of
people. The Kaiulauis surprised
themselves by making fire runs in
the lirst two innings, but this was
owing to Carter being put in the
box for the Stars. With plenty of
coaching and practice Carter may
develop into a great pitcher. Fol
lowing is the full score:
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. Justice McCully piesidea at
Chambers this week.
A HANO and automatic sowing
machine aro ottered for sale.
Tub game of baseball on Saturday
next will bo between tho Stars and
A rui.t attendance fs requested at
the biiBineVs meeting of Company 13
Honolulu Hillcs this evening.
T. It. II II. O. A. E.
Wodeliouse, E. 3b. 0
"Wilder, Ohas.s.3.. G
BaldwIu.B. lib &p. 5
Kinney, l.f 5
Wilder, Chan. c.... 4
Perry, lb 5
Winter, c.f 4
Torbert, r.f C
parter, p & 2b -4
Total 44 1711 27 10 7
T. 11. It. II. O. A. E.
The King has received nn auto
graph letter from tho Regents of Scr
via with regard to the abdication of
A new liglithouso has been erected
at Mtthukona, full particular of
Which appear in our By Authority
An important notice fiom the Ha
waiian Tramways Cotnp.uiy rclatie
to tho Uorotniiia street lino appears
Mu, Justice Dole leaves this even
ing for Kauai to hold a term of the
Fourth Judicial Circuit Court. Mr.
Iiehlen, the ofllcial reporter, accom
panies the Court.
In our By Authority column is an
expression of uppicciation from the
King and the Cabinet of tho services
of those who assisted in tho success
ful overthrow of the lalo insurrection.
iH)H f lnli wyergg mmmpA
Hugo, c.f 0 12 0 11
I.uahha3b 5 11 1 0 4
Orabbell., rf&3b. 4 11 1 0 0
Vlueentl.f 3 0 0 1 0 1
Terry, c 4 10 2 2 0
Wlddilleld, 2b 4 11 0 4 1
CrabbeO., ss 4 0 2 0 4 4
Hoick, p 3 0 0 0 2 1
Naukana, lb 4 1 1 13 0 2
.3G G 8 24 13 15
By Innings 1 2345G789
Stats 100 4 22 53 17
Kaiulanis 320000010 C
Earned runs Kaiulanis 1 ; Stars 3.
Two base hit Carter.
Three base bit Hugo.
Double plays Wlddilleld & Job 2;
Wlddilleld;- Baldwin & Terry,
btruck out By.Baldwln 7; by Carter
"" Wild pitches Hoick 1 : Carter 2.
Bases on ballb By Hoick 4 ; by Car
Passed balls-Wilder 1 ; Perry 2. .
Time of game 1 hour. 57 minutes.
Umpires Geo. E. Boardman and W.
Tile Hawaiian News Co. have just
received two magnificent cabinet
grand pianos, one a Fischer, the
other made by Voso & Sons. Both
are fine toned instruments and will
not be long without purchasers.
The McCandless Brothers arc dig
ging another artesian well for Mr.
Justice McCully at l'unahou. They
are down 370 feet and have already
obtained a G inch How of water, and
expect to get a 40 inch. They arc
Miss Birch Fanning, who arrived
on tho Alameda, has just graduated
with much distinction from a Kin
dergarten school in San Fiancisco.
Miss Fanning, who is a sister of Miss
Lulu Fanning the artist, will shoitly
open a Kindergarten School in Honolulu.
The meeting of the Board of Re
presentatives, II. F. I)., adjourned
over from last Thursday until this
evening, has been indefinitely post
poned by order of the Chief Engineer.
Tho business intended for this even
ing will be disposed of at the next
meeting of the Board.
With regard to tho baseball chal
lenge from tho U. S. S. Nipsic nine,
Chan. Wilder, Captain of the Stars,
requests us to say that it will be im
possible to play a gamo next Satur
day, as the Stars and Ilawans meet
on that day. The league series of
games cannot be interfered with.
A BASEBALL PROPOSITION.
The following letter has been re
ceived by Hon. W. F. Allen, Presi
dent of the Hawaii Baseball League,
which is under consideration by that
Stockton, July 24, 1889.
Honolulu B. B. League,
Gentlemen: Noticing in the Sport
ing Life that you have a League or
ganized on your Islund I would like
to kriow whethor any arrangements
couldBe made to bring the Stockton
Club to yout Island for a series of
games at the conclusion of our
league series. Our league ends
Nov. 25th, and I could leave with
the team for the Islands on Dec. 1st
and stay there two or three weeks
as you may deem advisable and play
series of three games against each
nf vour four clubs. Let me know
by return mail whether this meets
with your favor and also what ar
rangements financially can you
make. I think if this mutter is prop
erly worked it would provo a paying
investment to" nil paities.
Yours, Hi Hakius,
Manager Stockton B. B. C.
HOW THEY STAND.
The following table shows the
standing of the clubs of the Nation
al League and American Associa
tion up to July 27th.
The Electrical Review of recent
date has the following: Wo nie in
receipt of the Paradise of the Pacific,
published by Messrs. Williams and
Wray Taylor in far off Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands. It is carefully
edited and gotten up in a way that
would do ciedit to the effete East,
and is all the more commendable as
being an example of what can bo
done in the distant Pacific. Hono
lulu is a pushing place as also in
stanced in its model electric light
and telephone plants.
The "Bulletin Weekly Summnry"
is out and copies can be obtained at
tho bookstores and this ollice. This
popular vcekly contains the most
complete and truthful account of the
insurrection from beginning to end,
and is illustrated with fine iewn,
showing the Palace, barracks, bunga
low, Hawaiian Opera House, Hawai
ian Hotel, and the greater poition
of that stone wall. It is a splendid
number to send abroad, of that we
are convinced from the large sales up
to tho time of going to press this
THE MILITARY AQT.
CorrcNpomlptirr Itctweon His Sti
CMty ami (ho Judiciary.
The following correspondence is
self-cxplanntoiy. It is due to His
Majesty to state that, before ho re
ceived the reply of the full Supreme
Court as under, be had intimated to
his Ministers that he had altered his
opinion, and that he now acknow
ledged the Military Act to be con
stitutional: ! Iolani Palace, )
Honolulu, Aug. 5, 1881). J
Sin: I am commanded by His
Majesty the King to inform your
Honor, that He desires the opinion
of the Justices of the Supreme Court
regarding the constitutionality of
the Law, entitled, "An Act relating
to the Military Forces of the King
dom," which was passed by the
Legislature on the 24th of July
His Majesty requests the opinion
of the Supreme Court in this matter,
in accordance with the consent of
His Ministers in Cabinet meeting,
convened on Friday, July 2Cth,
when the matter came up for con
sideration. I have the honor to be Sir, Your
Obedient Servant, .
James W. Koiieutson,
HU Majesty Private Soc.
Hon. A. Fhancis J uui,
Chief Justice of the Suprmne
Department op the Judiciahv, )
Honolulu, Aug. Slh, 188!). J
To His Majesty the Kino :
Sirei The Justicc3 of the Su
preme Court have received Your
Majesty's letter of this date request
ing their opinion as to wliethrr the
act of tho 21th July, 1888, entitled,
"An Act relating to the Military
ForccB of the Kingdom" is consti
tutional. No point is made or argument
advanced in Your Majesty's com
munication that this law is contrai y
to any particular provision of the
After a reading of the Act we are
unable to see anything therein which
is in contravention of the Constitu
tion. Section 4 of tho act in question
prescribes that the Sovereign is tho
Supreme Commander of the Military
Forces of the Kingdom which is but
a repetition of Article 26 of the
Constitution. But the general pro
visions of the Constitution and the
Act of December 8, 1887, (Chapter
25) in regard to the executive acts
of the Sovereign, which arc only to
be exercised by and with the advice
and consent of the Cabinet apply to
the functions of the Sovereign in
the capacity as Commander-in-Chief.
And in the absence of any law
particularizing any special authority
of the Sovereign as Coramandcr-in-Chief
we have only to look to Sec
tion 12 of the Act of 188S which
confers the custody of all Military
property and the control of all the
Military Forces of the Kingdom and
the disbursement of moneys appro
priated for the service, upon the
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Your obedient servants,
A. F. Judo,
KlCIIU. F. BlCKEKTON,
Sanfokd B. Dole.
A P.YTHIAH BIRTH.
I.o.tffo lii Ha
The Equitable Life Assurance Society,
The saccharine district of Hama
kua is now bound by fraternal
brothcthood in the institution of
Maile Lodge, No. 4, Knights of
Mr. David Dayton, D. S. C,
armed with Charter and Dispensa
tion from the Supremo Chancellor,
Gen. Win, Ward, arrived at llono
kaa, Hawaii, on the 22nd ult., per
.steamer Kinau and immediately set
to work in the formation of the
After balloting on the applications
for admission in the lodge and order,
the following gentlemen were ap
pointed to assist in instituting Maile
Lodge, No. 4, and conferiing the
ranks: T. O'Brien, P. C, of Mystic
Lodge, No. 2 ; Albert de la Nux, of
Oitlur Lodge, No. 1, and Evan
Estep, of Danville (Ind.) Lodge
The ranks were conferred on W.
II. Kickard, Ii. M. Oveicnd, M. V.
Holmes, Jos. Marsdcn, Thos. G.
Steele, J. R. Mills, August de la
Nus, Jas. K. Miller, Richard T.
Rickard and W. Conradt.
On Monday night, July 28lh, a
public installation of the officers
elect was held at which the wives
and children of the members were
present. The following were duly
installed as olliccis of Maile Lodge
No. 4 :
W. II. Rickard, P. C.
Robt. M. Overend, C. C.
Albert do la Nux, V. C.
Milton V. Holmes, P.
Thos. G. Steele. M. at A.
J. R. Mills, K. of R. and S. and
M. of F.
Jos. Maisden, M. of E.
Jas. K. Miller, I. G.
August de la Nux, O. G.
Immediately after the impressive
service, speeches were in order.
Messrs. Overend and W. H. Rick
ard gave assurance that they were
well pleased with the order, and
would do all in their power to make
Made Lodge the banner lodge of the
Judge Dayton spoke of the pro
gress of Hamakua and the pleasure
it gave him to institute a lodge
there, where 30 years ago he travel
ed a wilderness in hunting evil
doers. Hamakua at that time was
especially noted for the amount of
"okolehao" she produced and none
of it was manufactured for export.
Evan W. Estep confined his re
marks to the origin, history and re
markable growth of tho order,
spreading in less than 2G years to
eveiy State and Territory in the
United States of America, every
province in Canada, and now num
bering four lodges on the Hawaiian
Islands with good prospects for one
or two more.
Rev. J. M. 'Silver opened and
closed the seivice with prayer.
On the 13th of August, Brothers
of Mystic Lodge( No. 2 will leave
Honolulu on the 'Kinau, and atMaa
laea Bay representatives from Aloha
Lodge No. 3 will join them for the
purpose of a pilgrimage to Honokaa
to further the institution of Maile
Lodge by conferring tho ranks on
the balance of their charter members.
OF THE UNITED STATES.
c IT STANDS "a
During tho Yoar 1888,'
Funds on Hand
Doc. 31, 1888, for
B3New York Goes Equitable by a Large Majority.
No better example of the estimation in which this great Company is held, can be given, than by a com
parative statement of the business done by itself and its chief competitors in their common home, the city of
New York. In New York a man can get his information direct from the Home Office of the largest companiei,
and has more accurate opportunities of judging their respective merits than anj'wherc else. As a rosult in tb.0
City of Now York during the year 1888 tho Equitable nrotc a larger amount of new business than was
written by its Two Largest Competitors Combined. In tho State of New York the Equitablo
wrote 61, 808,431 more Insurance than the aggregate of its Two Largest Competitors Taken Together.
It did the Largest Business i the "United States, as well as in the World at a time when all Companies
were stiainiug every nerve to pass it.
The reason why this universal verdict goes with the Equitable is on account of the Popularity of its
Plans and tho Promptness and Fairness of its .Business Methods. As the Pioneer in reforms
its Policies have been and arc being extensively imitated by others, a most graceful tribute to their merit.
The primary object of Life Insurance is to provide ready moncy'against death. No Company can approach
the Equitable record for promptness in this regard. The Now Policy of tho Equitable jUBt out is
(like a bank draft) a simple promise to pay and is without conditions on its "back. "
JfiTFor full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General A"ent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
Beretiinia Street Line
On WEDNESDAY, August 7th,' and
until furihei notice nil tho Cars on the
llcretania btrect Line will run down
Fort street as fnr aa Mncfarlano's corner
on the following schedule times:
Leave Oiiliu College at (5:53 a. in. and
every alternate hour until 0:52 p. m.
Leave Comer cf Funahnu and Here
tanla Streets at 0 fi J a. m. and every
houi un'il 8:50 p. m.
Tho Gars on this Route will
Leave Macf at lane's Corner on Queen
Street, at 7:24 n. m. and every hour
until 0:24 p. ra. The Cars leaving at
the even hours, such as 8:21, 10:24. etc ,
(with tu exception of the 8:24 p.m.,
will run up to the College.
JBL.A.OK: and WHITE
SPAR -o- SAILOR -o- HATS
50 GENTS afcS3 50 CENTS
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1,1. O.
B Honolulu Rifles,
I Won Loet I'layed
7....! 47 " '-'4 71
43 28 71
... 43 :I2 70
142 112 74
30 UO 75
SO 411 73
27 40 73
22 415 08
CHARGED WITH TREASON.
Capt. Kahalcwai, Alex. Smith, B.
II. Kabananui, A. S. Mabaulu and
Kahuakai, who were charged with
conspiracy, hayo been re-arrested
and now stand charged with trea
son. Palekaluhi pud Kahoomalielo
have also been charged with treason.
An Austrian named Ollerame
Lucca, who spent a good deal of his
time with Loomens tho Belgian, is
under arrest. The Government is
hard at work in the matter of prose
cuting ail those who took part in the
Tuesday, August C
, Henry, Bill Crews, Kukala,
'Doyle and Wallace had
G for drunkenness.
Wallace was charged with the larr
I eeuy of a bottle of gin. He was
oiipfl not guilty and discharged.
each to pay
A TRAVELED CAKE.
Mrs. F. Horn has received a letter
from M. M. Williams, Newquay,
Kngland, in which the following ap
pears. Mr. Williams was steward
on one of the British warships that
left here to be paid off at Hongkong:
"I write to tell you of our safe
arrival in Kngland on the 31st May,
and also of that of the cake you so
kindly gave my wife. It piovcd to
be a beauty and none the worse for
its long voyage of more than half
the circumference of the earth, ex
cept that owing to some very heavy
weather that we met just before
reaching Hongkong it was thrown
from its perch aud the sugar crust
shattered. It really is a most beauti
ful cake, its only fault being that
one cannot cat enough at onetime it
is so good. My wife also desires
ino to thank you for the very pretty
It.Ho basket of Hawaiian manu
facture that your daughter lined and
that you gave iicrf"
WAS THERE CHINESE COLLUSION?
lutervIewH With lro mine nl China
men impliraiuu uy I'riHOiiorM.
Several of those arrested for tak
ing part in the insurrection having
stated that Mr. Ah Lo and other
prominent Chinese residents had at
tended meetings of the rebels, a
Bui.t.ktik representative called on
Mr. All Lo this morning at his store
on Nuuanu street, near the Queen
Emma Hall, and asked him if it was
true tualGhp had done so.
Mr. Ah Lo denied omphaticully
that he had attended a meeting of
the insurrectionists, he did not even
know where Wilcox lived, was under
the impression that he resided with
But, Mr. Ah Lo, did you not
know about this intended revolu
tion? was asked.
Yes, I did. I keep my ears open
all the tunc, and heard the natives
say some lime ago that they intend
ed to get back their old constitu
tion. Did you not attend a meeting at
Princess Liliuokalani's residence?
No, I did not.
Yes, I tun positive I did not.
The reporter then turned te Ho
Foil, editor of the Hawaiian Chineso
News, and asked him if he knew
anything about the state of affairs
previous to July 30th.
Ho Fon denied in toto having any
knowledge whatever of what was go
ing on. He had never been to any
meetings held by natives.
Do voir know Wilcox?
Yes, I do. He would come into
my efllco which adjoins that of J.
M". Pocpoc the lawyer, who is under
arrest, and ask mo if I had any
news. I used to see a good deal of
Arc you quite sine that in tho
capacity of editor of the Chinese
paper you did. not attend any meet
ings of tho rebels?
1 am quito sure I did not ; in fact
I did not know they held meetings.
How do you account for a China
man supplying tho rebels with food?
I know nothing whatever about
The reporter then withdrew.
MAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The Oceanic Company's barken
tine W. II. Dimond, Capt. K. P.
Diew, sails at 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning for San Francisco. A mail
will bo forwarded by her which
closes at the PostOfllccat'J o'clock.
This will be a fine opportunity to
answer correspondence received by
the Alameda, as the Dimond is a
fast sailer, and Capt. Drew will see
that she gets over in good time, Be
sure and let your mail include a
copy of the "Bulletin Weekly Sum
mary," the most popular weekly
epitome of news published in the
N B As the present arrangements
on this line are only provisional, pend
ing the uriival of additional Cars, the
public are requested lo satisfy them,
selves with this advertisement, which
will appear three times. Time tables
will he issued in ilnu course. 318 3t
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
CORNER FORT & HOTEL STREETS.
TWO Men, one lo take care of horses,
the other for a ranch as general
farmer. Apply at this olUce. 315 tf
BY a Japanese man and wife; the
nion lo work in yard nnd stable,
the woman to do housework and cook
Apply at this office. 317 lw
P. fflLEKS & CO.
JUST RECEIVED PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA"
Idf SATEKIS, SKEBSnCQEBS iPHIITS,
Laces &: EJimdbroicleries,
IN GREAT VARIETY at VERY LOW PRICES.
Dressmaking Department under the management of, MISS
1"M1E annual meeting of the Olowalu
Company will he held on MON.
DAY, August 12th, at 11 a.m. at the
ollice of in. G. Irwin & Co.
O. 0. BKRQER,
317 fit Kccretury.
RY McCarthy's Cider.
OTT'S Cider at McCarthy's.
Jf R. DODD has just received or
1YJL " Umatilla" another lot of that
"PHILADELPHIA L.VGEH I1EER"
in kegs, vkhich ho is ollering to his
customer'). 310 lw
PIANO FOlt SALE.
MR. W. WOLTEItS nnd Mr. Ed. Suhr
have this day been authorized to
sign our liim name hv procuration.
II. HACKFELD & CO.
Honolulu, August 1, 1689. 3U 8t
DURING my temporary ahsenco from
the Kingdom my brother, Marcus
It. Colhurn, will act forme under power
JOHN V. COIJJURN.
Honolulu, July 31, lb30. H13 4t
OEALED tenders will
O tho Enterprise Mill
he received at
Ofllco. lor two
weeks from date, for the construction
of n Two.story House. Plans and epeel.
llcations can be been at the ofllco of
Enterprlso Mill. 311 2w
ON account of departure from the
country a Genuine Fischer 1'Iono
will ho sold at a bargain. The instrument
is nearly now of tho upright slyle, Feven
and a third octaves and in perfect order.
Also, I Automatic Sewing Machine,
largest size and in perfect condition.
Address "B," IIui.i.ktin Oftlce.
A DIVIDEND to the creditors of H.
M. will he due and payable on the
81tt July, at the oftltc of Alex, J. Curt
wright, Merchant street.
300 aw PER ORDER.
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
X "Tho Dally Bulletin." 01) cents
Notico to SUiiiorH.
TTPON completion of lay.
U ing of tho Hawaiian
Pacific Cabin on or about
Augufct Oth, the At Clipper
Bchooncr"C. JI. Tiippor," Captuin O. J.
Kelloy, 100 tons, will ho open for charter
for any American or British Columbian
port, or will return direct to Victoria,
Ii. O. For freight and passage apply U
E. O. Hall & Son, Honolulu, If. 1.
BARTHOLOMEW & BAKER,
HAS the best and cheapest Black
Houk, Coral, Baud uud Soil for
sale In any qunnllty. Apply at tho law
ofllce of Wllliiim 0. Achi, No. SO Mcr.
chant Rtrcct, Honolulu, II. I. 301 .'.in
European Billiard Parlors.
THE Handsomest Billiard Parlors lu
tho city, and fitted up In tho roost
approved style. Four tables with all the
J. P. BOWEN & CO.,
270 tf Proprietors.
EEltNS FOK SALE.
G-8 Heel & Spring Heel ?1 CO
8-10V Heel & Spring Heel ?1 75
ll-i:H Heel & Spring Heel $2 00
i Heel & Spring, Heel $2 25
, FOR SALE BY THE .
Manufacturers' Shoe .Company 5 Hotel Street.
Carriage Manufacturing Co.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
-FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-
All Kinfls of Carriap & WagOE Repairing
Solicited at Very Low Prices.
HHOSH desiring Ferns will find n
choice afBorlment, from IS. W.
Jordan's fernery at the store of A. L.
Smith, Foit street. Price reasonable.
PATENT BREAKS originated in Honolulu
Hoduccil 2f Per Cent in Price.
-JUST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE
Second , Growth of White Oak Spokes,
ANEW Wilcox & White Parlor
Or,Tan with eight stopi. Suitable
for school or church, A fine instru
ment. Apply at 07 Punchbowl street,
opposite N. P. Mission Institute. S73 tf
0 ; fi
IIubH, Follows, KiniH, -M
IManRtttc, Heavy Hickory "Wagon, .JM
'" i! llllo & Double Trees, Etc., Etc.
rfT'A'rt. A'l' A filUfiTI.V lM.MlITfW.M1 111 WW J-a ' 'Si
SALMON! " " " -- ., j-.
A'savrSail?' LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON, M
I. celvod pcrb. N. Caet'e, for sale by olll VjmI
UOl 2w CASTLE & COOKE. 281 2m K