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OP XI 14
SATURDAY, SEPT. 28, 1889.
Stinr Llkellko from Mnul
Stmr Mnkolll from Moloknt
Stun- ICaaln rom Knpna
SS Zealmidia, from enn Francisco
Fclir Mol Wuhlno for IColiala
Schr Leu 111 for Kona
Am bk ('eyUm, Uiilhonu, for Puget
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr J A Oumm'ns for Koolnu nt 9 a in
Stun- Walmiina o lor Wnhuine anil Wnl-
.Stmr tookolll for Moloknl at G p m
Am bkt Kllkliul, uitlur, for l'ugct
From -Maul pet stmr Llkcllke, V'ept
88 Mrs Center, .Miss Allan, Ur 11 It
Williams, MUs 1 Ilanuuo, J .Mun'.ock,
J W Uovllle, V Q Walker, .1 M Ezra,
'Kev J Walnmau and daughter. J Cun
ningham, Mr Hughes, Mrs llitlebrand
ami (laughter, Mis Chamberlain, .1
Alana, i las M Mnnis, I) II lllteheork,
It M Fuller, . ajor W II Corn well. Mih
J IC Uauima and 73 dock.
The barkentnc S K Cnstlo Is nearly
through discharging. She will leave
tor Sun Franeis-cj about next Friday.
Captain Underwood, formerly of the
Rtcumer Kaala, Is now chief olliccr of
the bark Jas A K ng.
The bark Cowliiz will finish discharge
lug lmnber about next Thursday.
The stmrs W O Mall and Likellkc will
leave for windward ports next Tuesday.
Tlio stmr Mokolll brought J15 sheep
lrom Jlolokni this morning.
The stmr l.ikellke arrived this morii
IiU from Haul with 27 bigs coin, 30
bags potatoes, 1i0 hides, 2 horses tind
75 pkgs sundries.
The bark Ceylon leaves for the Sound
The bktne Klikitat will leave for Port
Townsend on Monday.
The bgthe Juo D Spreekels is U days
ont from .-an FrnuuUuii for Kahulul.
The tern W S Bowne and bark O D
Bryant are 10 and 15 iiays out lespecl
ively from San Francisco for this port.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Laha and Muile, two Fijiaus
charged with drunkenness, were re
primanded and discharged.
Kulahookahi, charged with desert
ing contract service with Wilder's
Steamship Co., was ordered to re
turn. Kanalau, for assault and battery
on J. Stanford, a Bailor, was fined
4 with $3.50 costs.
DEATH OF JOHN WEBSTER.
Mr. John Webster, head machin
ist foreman at the Honolulu Iron
Vorks,died at the Queen's Hospital
at 10 o'clock last evening, after an
illness of only four days. Ho was
at his work on Monday. The de
ceased was a native of Glasgow,
Scotland, and about fifty seven years
of age. lie came to the Islands
about twenty years ago to erect
machinery for the Princevillo plant
ation, Kauai. Ho had occupied the
position of head foreman nt tiie Iron
Works for the past fifteen years, and
was a very capable man. He served
in the Crimean War, being engineer
of one of the steamers, and had seen
considerable active service. The
Iron Works are closed to-day out of
respect to his memory. The funeral
takes place this afternoon at 4
o'clock, from his late residenco, 211
FEELINC THEIR WAY.
Editok Bullktix : Voters on
this island nre wondering what the
idea and what the principle is of tho
Cabinet in sending a circular letter
to all members of the Legislature
requesting them by return mail to
state what their vote would be on
an eventual amendment to the Con
titution in regard to Chinese. Is
this not a rather peculiar proceeding
of our rulers? The letter begins
with the wording of tho proposed
amendmcnt,and then asks if the lion
member is willing to vote for this
amendment; if so he will pleaso
make a statement to this effect, and
tho extra session will be convened ;
if not he can slay home in peace
nnd the Cabinet will wash their
hands of any share they may have
in not listening to vox populi.
That politicians on either sido
should commit themselves In writing
to Mr. Thurston and bind their
hands in regard to their future na
tions on the Chinese question is
hardly to be expected ; and besides
what is there to prevent amend
ments to the original amendment to
be presented in an eventual extra
session, nnd perhaps to be found
more acceptable to tbe members,
than the Cabinet. We do not be
lieve tlnit any members here will bo
foolish enough to answer Mr. Thurs
ton's letter although marked, "Your
answer will be considered private,"
and thereby cast their votes on a
question without arguments or
reasonings. Let the Legislature be
called together by nil means, and
let the present members put their
votes publicly on record, and we will
kuow what to do, when tho next
lection comes, but let us not have
any more of this underhand or per
haps intimidating business as this
lost step of the Cabinet.
Maul, Sept. 27.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Blue Ribbon entertainment at Y.
J& 0. A. Unll ftt 7:30.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A rosTAi, savings bank pass book
hns been lost.
Tin: cricket match is in progress
on tho Mukiki gteunds.
Uxtos eerviconl Kawainhno church
Sunday evening, at 7 :!10 o'clock.
The 11. M. S. Zcnlandla from San
Francisco for tho Colonics is ofl' poit
;i8 wo go to prcs.
Theiii: will bo pcrvico in German
Sunday morning at lli'clock, at the
Y. M. O. A. Hull.
TuNncns for tho construction of a
wagon road from Hilea to Puhala,
Hawaii, nre called for.
There will bo no concert nt Emma
Sqtinrc this afternoon, the baud play
ing nt tho ciickct match.
Tm: office of tho People's Ico and
Refrigerating Co. is now at the corner
ol Bothol and King streets.
. .. .
Mn. P. A. Dins has changed his
residence from Polatna to Young
street near Keeaumoku street.
All Kiio, a prisoner, escaped from
Oiihu Jail this morning. A reward
of S?2fi ib ofl'orcd for his capture.
THritR is a good programme for
tho Blui' Ribbon onlerlainmont at
till' Y. M. 0. A. Hall this evening.
Next Wednesday Mr. J. F. Morgan
will oell the household fuinituro at
tho residenco of Cnpt. Underwood,
Tin; Bulletin wishes Hon. H. A.
Widomatm n very pleasant trip to
the Colonies nnd a safe return to his
Tur. "Elelo" t3 trying thooxpoii
inont of running English along with
Hawaiian matter, and elsewhere soli
cits public patrotiiigo.
His Majesty will give a danco at
Iolani Palneo on Monday night in
honor of Admiral Kimberly and the
officers of all the warships in port.
The bale of ancient Hawniian
stone implements, by Mr. Morgan,
this noon, attracted a good many
people. Hon. C. R. Bishop was tho
A?f entertainment is in preparation
for next'Tuesday evening at the Y. M.
C. A. Hall for the crews of tho U. S. S.
JNipsic Jind Alert and H. B. M. S.
Caroline nnd Espiegle.
M.wou W. Cairncross of Mel
bourne, nnd Mr. J. McCarthy of Syra
cuse, N. Y., were present at tho ball
hibt evening. They were introduced
to the King nnd Queen.
Tin: electric lights nt the Hotel
wore lit last evening soon nfter dusk
from a current from the Pahico yard
dynamo. About nino o'clock thoy
all went out, and tho gasoline lamps
had to ho used.
Ax interesting coincidence is the
fact that last night's ball to Admiral
Kimberly was on the second nnni
veisary of tho arrival of the Admiral
in Honolulu in his llug6hip the Van
dalia, since wrecked at Samoa.
. . .
The following arc booked to leave
on tho Zcalandin for the Colonies:
Hon. H. A. Widemann, Carl Widc
mann, Misses Allie and Gertrude
Widomnnn, Miss Irmgard Mucfai lane,
Mujor Cairncross, J. McCarthy, E.
Twomey and wife. Dr. Marstello is
booked for Samoa.
One of the cars for the Oahu Rail
way was taken off the W. H. Diniond
yesterday. This morning it was taken
up Fort street on two wagons, but at
the corner of King street there was
considerable difficulty in turning.
Tho tram enrs were dolnyed on Fort
street for nearly an hour. Tho Car
was at lust got on to King street
and reached its distillation at tho
terminus of tho lino in safety.
Mr. Ohns. Dernier, general agent
of Chiarini's World-famed Ruynl
Italian Circus, has decided that the
great combination will land in Hono
lulu for a series of exhibitions. It
leaves Yokohama in tho S. S. City of
Pekin to-day and will bo here about
October 7th. Tho Minister of tho
Inteiior has kindly granted tho circus
tho uso of tho new market lot on tho
Esplanade on which to pitcli its lingo
tents. Special facilities for tho pub
lic will bo aUbided by tho TramwayB
Co. Besides elephants and other
nnimala, this circus has 32 performers
and -10 trained horses nnd ponies.
The attempt to launch tlieU. S. S.
Nipnie from tho Marino Railway yes
(onlay afternoon was unsuccessful
after three or four hours' work. Ef
forts were renewed this morning with
tho aid of hydraulic jacks and tho
steam tug, but up to tho hour of go
ing to piess without avail. It is pro
bable that the grent weight of tho
ship bearing so long on tho ways has
pot tho iron rollers on the tracks so
ns to cause tho difficulty, bceuuso
the massive dock itself does not np
pear to have settled. The tug Eleu
broko a hawser in trying to start tho
pondeious burden. Later At 2 ;110
the crndlo started nnd n minute later
tho Nipsic was gliding smoothly into
her liativo clement.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The first entertaiinent by the Blue
Ribbon League slnco the vacation
will bo given in tho" Y. M. C. A. hall
this evening, commencing at 7:30
o'clock. Everybody is cordially in
vltcd' to attend. Following is the
Piano olo Mlsti Lottie Parmalco
Reading, .Miss A. M. Paysou
Song,...' Miss Milllo Heckwlth
Reading Mls.i Carrie 11 Castle
Song ...Mr. David 0. Morgan
Admiral Kimberly and Staff
Entertained at the Hotel,
A Itrlllinnt ttntliorlns of Itoy-
nlty, Xavnl Officer and
Citizen The Decorn-
tloiis, Music, Kte.
Yesterday evening a reception
and ball were given at the Hawaiian
Hotel by the residents of Honolulu,
in honor of Rear-Adniirul Kimberly
and his Staff, Lieutenants II. 0.
Rittenhouse and G. A. Merriam, for
which a large number of invitations
had been issued by the committee,
Dr. John S. McGrew, lions. W. F.
Allen and Wm. G. Irwin. The in
terior of tho hotel was beautifully
decorated for the occasion. The
front aud rear of the building wcro
illuminated with Chinese nnd Jap
nncso lanterns. Along the main
hallwuys stood on either side large
potted" plants and ferns, with hero
and there bouquets of llowcrs. The
fiont nnd rear entrances wcro drap
ed with American and Hawaiian
Hags. The railings to the blnlrway
leading to tho second tloor weie
twined with evergreens. The large
dining hall was used for the recep
tion and also for dancing. The
floor was covered with canvas and
tho decorations were in very good
taste. All around the walls were
hung flags, and massive banks of
greenery dotted with flowers. The
chandeliers were twined with
wreath's of evergreens. On one
side was an American ling covered
with Yines. bearing in the middle
the letter "K." in pluinarias, The
veranda nt tho end of the hallway
on the Waikiki side of the building
wa3 covered in with canvas and
tastily decorated inside with flags
nnd evergreens. Canvas was also
laid on this veranda floor for danc
ing. Tho committeu in charge of
the decorations were Messrs. George
E. Boardman and L. O. Abies, who
certainty carried nut their part of
the programme in the most credita
The invited guests began to ar
rive at 8:30 o'clock and were
received at the main entrance
by the reception committee, Messrs.
George W. Smith, F. M. Swanzy,
C. M. Cooko and K. Muller, and
conducted to the dressing rooms.
On entering the reception room they
were presented to Admiral Kimberly
by Hon. W. F. Allen. Mrs. John
S. McGrew, Mrs. W. F. Alien and
Mrs. Wm. G. Irwin assisted in re
ceiving. Their Majesties tlio King and
Queen, with other members of the
Royal family, arrived at nine o'clock,
the band playing Hawaii Ponoi.
From 8:30 until nearly 10 o'clock,
there was a constant stream of in
vited guests passing in and out of
the reception room.
Among those present were Their
Majesties the King and Queen, at
tended by Mr. J. W. Robertson,
Acting Chamberlain, and Mrs. Ro
bertson, Hon. John 0. Dominis,
Hon. A. S. Clcghom, Their High
nesses Princes Kawauauakoa and
Kalauiannolc, His Honor Chief Jus
tice Judd, Their Excellencies the
Minister of Foreign Affairs and tlio
Attorney General, Hon. John L.
Stevens, U. S. Minister Resident;
Major J. II. Wodehousc, H. B. M.'s
Commissioner; Mons. G. B. d'An
gladc, French Commissioner; Senhor
A. do Souza Canavarro, Portuguese
Commissioner; Mr. Taro Ando,
Japanese Consul General ; lion. II.
W. Severance, U. S. Consul Gen
eral ; Mr. F. A. Schacfer, Consul for
Italy; Mr. II. F. Glade, Consul for
Germany ; Mr. F. M. Swnnzy, Act
ing British Vice-Consul ; Mr. E.
Muller, Acting Consul for Belgium,
Mr. II. Lose, Acting Consul for
Sweden and Norw.ay ; Members of
the Privy Council of State and
Legislature, Capt. .7. G. Green and
officers of the U. S. S. Alert, Com
mander II. W. Lyon and offi
cers U. S. S. Nipsic; Captain
Sir William Wiseman, Bart., nnd of
ficers of II. B. M. S. Caroline, Cnpt.
A. Clarke and olllcers H. B. M.
S, Espiegle, Capt. S. Mutsumura
and otllcers II. I J. M. S. Hi-yei,
Capt. K, Samejiuia and olllcers II.
7. J. M. S. Kou-go and a large num
ber of the prominent residents of
Dancing commenced nt 10 o'clock
to the strains of the Hawaiian string
band stationed on the front ver
anda. The programme contained
twelve dances. The sccno as tho
dancing proceeded wa3 a brilliant
one, many of the ladies wearing
handsome toilets while the olllcers
of the warships were in full uniform.
The Queen was attired in a hand
some black velvet dress with train
trimmed with yellow lets. His Ma
jesty was in evening dress nnd woro
the Grand Crosses of the Royal Or
ders of Kalakaua and tho Crown of
Hawaii. Tlio two princes wore the
grand cross of the Royal Order of
Kapioliini, Many gentlemen also
wore decornlionH. The floor man
agers wcro Messrs. E, 1). Tenney
and E. Faxon Bishop.
Shortly after eleven o'clock a
very elegant supper was served in
the parlor off the dining hall. There
was a very bountiful supply of
meats, salads, ice cream, cake, cof
fee, lemonade, etc, This was iu
chargo of Mr. Lucas, tho efficient
steward of the Hotel, who had un
der 111 m n largo staff of waiters.
After supper dancing was kept up
until nftcr one o'clock Saturday
morning. The reception and ball
were a brilliant success in every re
spect. Admiral Kimberly chatted
freely with tho invited guests during
the evening, nnd appeared to be
very much pleased with the cntcr
tninmont provided in his honor.
EuiTon Bulletin : It is an inter
esting, amusing and striking fact
that the only two gentlemen named,
nt the public meeting, two years
since, ns acceptable members of the.
Cabinet, who have held scnts in that
kaleidoscopic body aro in it no lon
ger, while the holil- overs who ap
peared at the great Reform meeting,
"in uniform" or "armed with a ri
fle and a belt of cartridges" nre run
ning the machine.
Don't our fellow-residents who de
sire a special session of Parliament
sec why they can't have one? By
resignations, removals and expul
sions suppose one-sixth of the scnts
are vacant. Could those, whose
duty it is to see that there be a full
and competent Legislature, subject
to call in any emergency, give satis
factory reasons for their remissness
in duty? They don't choose to be
questioned as to this.
After the militant portion had
been seated a year or so, and hnd
found their places congenial, and
power sweet, they were locked up
inside, by the consolidated Election
Act. It is not expedient, nor would
it be approved tactics to set the
complicated machinery of that Act
in operation for the trillo of threo
or more vacancies, and expose its
artful arrangements of safeguards
to the "ins," in the subdued quiet
of n few local contcsti. Of course,
it is of no account that "a new "lec
tion shall be immediately ordered,"
by the authority specially designat
ed, in the stale of affairs now exist
ing. No shade of political views can
prevail iu any contest without
thorough organization. The "ins"
have this by centralization of all of
ficial appointments with themselves,
so they may have interested
partisans in every district. Still, it
is quite certain some office-holders
will ho found as independent and
free from offensive partisanship as
could be desired.
To the advantages of possession
they have added the intricacy of the
amended and consolidated Election
Act, with its government printing
of ballots, and its "fifty dollar" and
"twenty-live dollar" ante! and feel
as secure in their stionghold as if
they had "pulled in tho latch
The indications now are, that there
cannot be nn equal contest in the
country where independent voters
cannot meet, organize, diill, and
canvass. In Honolulu there ma
be, so mote it be, for the welfare of
all concerned. X.
OUT IH THE COLD.
Editou Bulletin: To 1113' great
surprise beyond conception,
The Rifles staff nnd line got
At the Kimberly reception.
"What fools ye mortals are."
1 ! I
"VIKITHER the captain nor the ugeuls
JL of tlio Drill-ill ship "Ekdiilo" will
bo responsible for debts conli acted by
tho crew without o written order.
European Billiard Parlors.
npiIE Ilandsomcht Uilllnrd Parlors in
-L the city, and fitted up in the most
npproved style. Pour tables with all tho
J. P. BOWKN; & CO.,
270 tf t'ropriuiors.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
-1 NEW Cntumtcr Oar.
J ringo just finished
nuil handsomely trimmed
111 11m ciiihH biyiu; Hum ou lmnituiatejy
suld to closo an amlunment. Apply to
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKNUY.
CIONTAININO 1 largo nnd
' 2 siMiill roomi, veranda
with bithroom, illninir room
and kitchen dulnchcil, 011 ICckauliko
street, opposite Hotel stiect. Unit $10
per month. App'val
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOKN'CY.
NUW one 6tory Cottngo
on turner unit of Llllhu
KtrfW-f. f-rillltilnltliF Ft I'linmu
nicely piipen-d and painted, bath room,
kilo en, nleo lawn, hhade tices, etc.
Will be rented reasonable to a Rood ten
ant. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOKNOV.
rpiIE uestiuuiedy for
JL wounds, ulcers,
gullx, proud tlesh and
horcs 01 every ucRcrin-
SLfc tlon to persons or nnl-
nuils. Adopted by leading hoiiio rail
road, club and livery stable, etc., Iu
tho United Status nuil elsewhere. Wo
aro prepared to prove this statemeut by
testimonials aud references to plautera
and llveiymeu hi thin Kingdom,
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOKNCY
A LARGE assortment of Photographs
and Ktorooseoplo VlewJ of iho
most attractive scenery, buildings, oto ,
iu l beau islands, for sulo at reasonable
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY.
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Tim "ELELE" Is now belnt published
In both Native and Kncllsh 'on
trial for a period of six mouths. This
has greatly Increased the expenses. To
meet this, friends have, nlrcady nthled
largely to our subscription lists, and its
publication in English Villi be con.
tinued permanently, If a fw hundred
mbrri Miliscrlbers can he obtained. Tho
"ELELE" Is n
Thoroughly Independent Newspaper I
Devoted to the Interest of all the neoplc
of Hawaii, without regard to Cigues,
Factions or Political Parties. I'lie
"ELELE" Is always Uright, SfarMing
and Sicy! Rend it!
J-Cull nt tho Elclo Publishing Co,
No. 03 King strret, for a sample copy.
GySulucriptions received at tho rate
of $2 GO for the six months. Sltitual
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New Free Tontine Policy
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THK UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
Protu the New York Times, June !W, 18S9.
The Equitable Life ABSurancc Society hns adopted a new form of
policy which, like n bank draft, is a simple promisa to pay without condi
tions on the back.
From thoOmcAao Ixvkstumtok.
Always on the alert, aud ever anxiou3 to give the public th-i most
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and has been the means to liberalize life assurance in a greater degree,
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not nt all surprising, there
fore, that this great company now comes before the people with a new
contract, the like of which has not before been known in life iustiranco.
From the Kkxtucky Ukuistku, Richmond, Ky.. Juno JS, 18S3.
The Equitable Life Assurance yocicty has, in the past, done more to
create and maintain confidence iu life assuruneu than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the character referred to out of tho way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their livps forthwith.
rFrom the Boston Post.
This company lias done more than any othor to simplify the assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance. ,,
From the Pacific IJ.sdekwuiti'.u, San Francisco, July 1, 1389.J
The Equitable lias already established n world-wido reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders nnd for its prompt settlement'of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance Its
reputation for enterprise and progressiveness in dealing with the subject
of life assurnnce.
StaT For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agcut for the Hawaiian Island.
Having purchaned from J. J. Melchers, W. Z. Schiedam, Holland, the sole t
right to use his r
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Which label bears the picture of an
"Greatest Gin Distillery of the
And having been granted a Certificate of Registration for the term of
twenty years, dating from the 17th day of September A. D. 1889, under
the hand and seal of h. A. Thurston, Minister of tlio Interior for the
Hawaiian Islands, for the exclusive uso of the said label throughout the
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