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THURSDAY, MAY 22, lK'JO.
OAliU RAILWAY ft LAND COEI'AKH
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Haw Ok Andiew Welch, Marsio!
tlnj's liumftiin 1 raiicl-eo
Am bU Jinhfjt sudden, UibergvJO days
from Newcastle, N v
Jap .S n Y.llll'tSlipO .muui, Young, iiom
Stmr Hawaii lioin ilamakua
Am bit t.atlld . fom i ort Tu-wu'.end
b.mr i A (Jiuiiuiliis from Konhm
Ani tern Vesta, Frledcibcnr, for Sun
Sebr Ku.iluknl for Kauai
Sclir tiawallanl tor Koulm
Mimr Lehtia fur liaui Kii.t 5 p in
VSSst.S .IAVIM TJ-.M0hP.0V.
Stmi' Kluau for Mlo and way poita at
v p III
Stun u It Bishop for Walatiau, "A'aialua
and Kouluii at 'J a in
From Yokohama, pei'Btn.vYaiinishlio
Main, May 22 T iisul.i, w.fe hid
i; ci.idieii, U M l.uni, T Mouuo, IC
Sato, t! NaUamuia. 0 steerage , and lubs
Thcbiukentlne Geo C rcikins will
eoim: oi Hi- Kail way to-monow uiuru-
The Hawaiian lion bail: Andrew
.Welch, C ptam Vf 11 .Mar.-ton. itiiivcd
to- uy3li dasfiiimSaii I'Y.iiicisowitli
u eaiyooi 'n.-ral me eliandbe. Mes'sii
0 Uivwei A; U.i aieae.it for her
The laiilumtlne Amelia will fall on
Rntliiday fur -an Kram-Ueo, ishe took
In about ulue ihousand ba.s of snar
The tei ii Vest'i mailed our of the harbor
till- afiei noon having on huaid !:u2Sbiis
fiinjar for tan Liuuclhco. 'J he eon-f-igaers
wi-iv . U Iiruwci & Co, S .'Ou bj;s
Miitai ; Theo li Uavies ilc i o, 3.123 ba!;3
suur. To iiiige, out toils; domesiic
value, i IU,5!iO 0.
The Ameilcan biikpJitlae Kobcrt
Sudden, apialii IIO Ultie g. in lived
this m inlu4il Uaysfioin Newea-tle, N
S W, with 1 8s tous ot eunl whhb wcic
told to tlii- Intei-i-loiil Steam Naviga
tion i omi.i y llnd line weather ull
1 lie win . The Robeit Mithien i- anchor
ed in the stie.iin, and will bo li u.ed to
the P .M a & Uo'f whaif to dl.-eliiuve
htr inrn as toon i.s ih. b.n!; i. oIuh is
thiuiili dl-ehaiiii her co.il
EVEHTS THIS EVEHIHC.
Drill Co. A, Honolulu Kiflcs,
special Services, at Central Union
Church, at 7:110.
Hand Conceit at Queen Emma
Hall grounds, at 7:U0.
Knuiehaimha Lodge of Perfection
Xo.. 1 A. and A. b. li., at 7:20.
Special meeting ol SUiuUK Lhus3
Club, t 7 :30:
THE "0LtAt!&i7GPBV ER-
Another large audience g ithorod
in the chinch last evening to listen
to Evangelist. Suylnnl ou thelcpiosy
of sin. The text was 1 Kingt, o:M.
Tlie bpcaker gua rfoccral illustra
tions ol how 1 1-prosy was a type ot
bin and only could be cured by Di
li le power, and urged till prebont to
abandon a life of sin by turning
unto God. At the close several re
sionJod to iliii invitation.
There was a splendid rehearsal of
the opera Mikado last night by the
full cotnpauy. Mr. W. Richardson,
late of Loudon, England, now a resi
dent of Hfiiiolulu, bi-iiig employed
in the drafting department of tlio
Honolulu lion Works, tako9 tho
part of Poo Hah and is a very good
biiccessor to Mr. Lowers.
There will be a drous rehearsal of
the Mikado to-night, nt the Opeia
House, at 7:30 o'clock.
To-morrow night the final per
formance of the comio opera Mikado
Koloi has some camttil ood "Civ
local hits in his bong, "1 have gtft
.them on the list."
Eroin tlie appearance of the box
plan at L. J. Levey's, there will be
standing room only, although there
arc some good neats vet nnrcseneJ.
A PLEASAHT ENTERTAINMENT.
Mias Mollie Slumbauah entejtain
od very ucceptubly at tlie Y. M. C.
A. hall at 3 o'clock yestetday after
noon. She gave u very inieiesting
account of the different methods
employed to instruct the blind, and
detailed the vuiious branches of in
struction, including mechanical
trades. Her ballads were sung in a
soft, sweet voice, with distinct
enunciation, .'ilio played her own
accompaniments on the piano, and
'never permitted tlio instrument to
obscure tho voice. MissSlumhaugh's
recitations were varied and nicely
given. A piano solo was plaied by
Miss Cat rio Castle and u duet by
Miss M. Alhcilon and Miss M.
Hopper. The, hall was filled with
.iiiditois, mosily ladies and children.
Only words of delightid sntisfuclion
were heard concerning tho enter
tainment. Mibs Stumbaugh's firbt
appearance before a Honolulu au
dience lias created none but agree
-. S.Ctad.-' k.
LPOAl & OEJiEKAL KW8.
J, II. Uisrxo has an invi'lnj cl
tngo to let on IJotet miiti tmet.
Tiii:iii: Iiim been no mooting of the
Hon i tl of Health for nevoid wtiU.
Tin; 1'. I. A K. Co. will sell ice nl
factory piicu at II. Duia & Co.V
Ma. Jniiiro McUully will pre-ido
nt tin June term of tlio Second Cir
cuit Couit, Wuilukti, Muni.
The S. S. Ymnusliiro M.iru will
Fail for Yokohama and Hongkong on
Monday, May 2t)th, r.t 12 o'clock
Tloif. Paul Neumann we uninten
tionally omitted iroin tlio linof I'nvy
Councillor iHWndinj the opiniir; of
l in- Legit Inline.
Tim old buildingy, which were on
tlm MohHiiiiin emiicr, obliquely iii'mtn
fioni Central Union Chtirch, imvu nil
been torn down.
MnMniJHS of tho Oliess Club afo
asked to l:ecp in mind that they are
e:,-;,tctcd to attend u I'.pi.citil mectini;
of the Club to-nh;ht.
The drivels' of tlio Hawaiian IIo
tel yiiihlcfl I'litilh ngo Ihoto of tho
Uni'cil Ciiui.iSf Co. to n gfttno of
baseball on the 20tli iust.
Mn. II. V. Laine, who has beon in
poor health for rome lime past, will
leavn by the harkenlino Amelia in a
few daye, for a ioiinl tiip in that
wearl, hoping to be theieby beiiL-litfl
Iti.Aci: Eyed ?uv.n, to Le played
by the Bijou Comedy Co. at tho
Opera IIotte on Sutuulay next, is a
line ntuitieul drama, ot tho !ayn of
tlio old "Voolen WallV' when Jack
Tar had tile old faghioncd hal.it of
hitching up hihbiPi'elifs and ".-hiver-inj;
bin tiinhi i." In uildition will be
t'iven I !ui fair.i "I'.laok Diamond."
llox plan nt .1. K. Ilioiui A Co.'.,.
Tltr: :!wi dib Consul and bis lady
met with nil accident ye-leidiiy when
dimng to the t.iiemn,; of the Legi--lature.
The Uoiup, wananted tafe
and genlle, bi.Hud without any ap
imiHiit cauae and ran away down
Iiiehiiidj ttieet, knocking ajraiuit a
ttlephono po.-t, but was fortunately
i-toppfd near its stable. The lurh'j
die-s wiia jrp.tily damap d end a
lueo hnndkerchief lo-t. Tho latter
has been seen bv rtm-ralhiick ij-iccrs,
liut cannot bo found now. Nobody
Ah Sam alias Ah Kim was lined
SCO and 53. 10 costs, with si:: hours
haid labor, for opium in possession.
Win. Claun, assault and batterv on
Sam Wo, So line and 01.60 costs.
Three etues of drunkenness were
fined the usual SO cieh.
ARRIVAL UF YArifcSilia!) MARU.
The Japanese Steamship Yama
sh.ro. M:iru, Captain C. Young, ar
rivtd to day, 134 days from Yoko
hama. She brings eight ealoou anil
six Jupani re stivragis passengers,
and JO'Jt Japanese iinmigrnnU, S79
of whom aie men and lb'J women.
The slcumcr Einau to-morrov and
the steamcis Hawaii and Iwalani on
Saturday will take Japanese labor
ers for windward poit-i. The Yatna-t-liiro
Maru is advertised to leave
(.gain on Monday for Yokohama and
HACHIFIChhT PLEASURE BOATS.
A large number of people wore at
tracted to the store ot G. W. .Mac
failauo & Co. dining to-day, to look
at one of .the handsomest boats ever
imported licit. The fittings and
bounty of lluiali of this boat can
hardly be excelled. It camn by the
ship Hot ron dnli. Iroin Loudon, and
is of a pattern exactly similar to
those used at the Henley and other
regattas on the Iiivcr Thames, by
the swell boat clubs, to carry lady
fi lends of the members to and
fio on the river during the
regntta season. It is said that there
is no prettier sight in the woild than
a Henley regatfi day on the river,
and nearly ail London is attracted
to Henley during legntta week.
These boats seem espicially suited
for afternoon or moomight rowing in
our harbor and Pearl Kivcr lagoons.
Two of these boats have been im
poited, one trimmed in crimson
plush, and tlie other in peacock
blue. The builders are Messum &
Suns, of Richmond, Loudon, who
leecntly built one for tlie German
The following correspondence ex
Ho-nohmx, May 10, 1800.
Mil." S. M. Sayfokd,
Di:ai:Siu: We have heard most
favorable reports of your "Confiden
tial Talk" g'ncn to large audiences
ot men in the States. If it would
not seriously interfere witli the
meetings you are conducting, and
be agreeable to you, we would like
to have you give a similar addrc?s
to U3 in the interest of the young
men of Honolulu.
J. D. TuoKi'.n,
Chas. M. Cooki:,
W. O. Atwatei:.
Mu. Watehhocse and Otiiciis
Gf.sti.emi'n: Replying to yours of
the 10th inst., it will be a pleasure
to me to accede to ,'our request,
and in accordance therewith, I will
name Saturday evening of this week
as tho time, and tho Y. M. C. A.
hall as the place. I would piufcr
having admission by ticket, without
charge. Yours sinceicly,
S. M. SArroitu.
May 21, 1S00,
i-dUiSJJi .i--'. !'
Wr.t:.T.!tY, .Mbv 21.
were appointed a
committee on ciedcntlals: Nobles
Haldwln and Wideniann, Iiepa.
Hrown, Kaltia and Rosa. They re
ported on the members, recommend
inr; that they be sworn.
Nobles Walker and Kauou and
Rep. Uakcr were appointed to wait
on a Justice of tho Supreme Court,
to nsk him to attend and udministci
Mr. Justice MeCuliy iiltonikd
anil adminiatered the oaths to No
bles and Representatives, swearing
them accoiding to choice in English
Rep. Hrown moved that the As
sembly adopt tlio uiles ol lb8b.
Noble Macfailono moved tho
adoption of the rules of IsSO.
Minister Thutston spoke in favor
of the ru'cs of 1S8, which hud been
designed to harmonise v.ith tho new
CoiHtitutloii. They coered the
veto matter and motion of want of
Rep. Kaiua supported the motion
lot adoption of the rules of 2880.
They would be bcttoi for the Minis
tiy. The Minister evidently antici
pated r. motion of want of confi
dence. That was something not yet
thought of by the speaker's 3ido of
the house. The house had the right
to amend its rules as seemed fit.
liep. Kapnehaolc was in faor of
the rules of 18S8. They had been
carefullv prepared and made to fit
the Constitution. It would be a
large item of expense to alter rule'
and hae them printed. lie had not
heard any reasons for adopting the
rules of 188(5.
Noble Macfarlauu withdrew his
amendment to substitute one that
tlie rules of both sessions go to a
committee ot three for considera
tion. Rep. Hrown would like to know if
in the meantime the house should
adjourn or go on without uiles. It
would take three weeks to niako a
satisfactory set of new rules. Thv.sc
latest adopted took bi.e weeks of
elo-o study to formulate.
Noblo Maofarlanc withdrew ids
amendment to movu the adoption of
the ruler, of 1888 temporarily.
Minister Thurston explained that
the main motion was for permanent
adoption of tho rules of 188S, so
that there were two motions before
Rep. Hrown pointed out that once
adopted the rules would contiuue in
lorcc until changed as provided by
tho rules themselves. There was
no such thing as temporary adop
tion. Rep. Kalua suggested that tlie
Noble for Honolulu should withdraw
113 latest motion U3 he had the
others, and let the house go on with
Noble Wtdemann spoke to the
same effect as Rep. Hrown.
The motion to adopt the uilea of
1888 was adopted.
Noble Iscnberg nominated Hon.
Representative Cecil Hrown as per
Noble AVideinann had no opposi
tion candidate to present, but wish
ed to say that the custom had al
ways been to huve the chair tilled
by a Noble.
Rep. Kalua nominated Hon. No
ble J. S. Walker. He eaid Mr.
Walker filled the office with ability
and dignity in thfi session of 1880.
Rep. Kanealii moved for the ap
pointment of tellers. Ho caused
laughter by icferring to the hatful
of ballots overlooked by two tellers
that morning. They ought to have
a third teller to watch the other two.
Rep. Kapnehaolc spoke in Invor
of Rep. Hrown's election, rnfeiring
to ids experience and knowledge of
parliamentary piacticc. With ie
guid to Noble Widomanu's remark,
lie said there had been a good many
changes of late, and he did not sec
ntn tiling serious in this new du
pariute. Rep. Rickard moved to proceed
with the ballot.
The chairman appointed Messrs.
Widomaun, (Jornwell, and Kanealii
The tellers reported 52 votes cast
and, ou the count being made, that
J. S. Walker had received 28 votes
and Cecil Hrown 2!.
The chaiimon declared Hon. Noble
Walker elected as President of the
Assembly. Loud cheers fioni Na
tional Reform members greeted the
Rep. J. Wr. Kaiua was appointed
to conduct thu newly elected Presi
dent to the chair.
President Walker roso and said :
Nobles and Representatives Allow
me to tender to jou my sincere
thanks for thu honor doue me in
electing me to picsido over your
deliberations. It will tie my duly
and it shall bo my great pleasure to
perform thu duties pertaining to this
olllce fairly and impartially. At the
samo time I would a.sk you to render
to rne your assistance, in order to
enable me to conduct the business
of this Assembly in accordance with
tlie rules and parliamentary practice.
I will ask you to look over my short
comings and I shall always bo will-
, nig to be corrected.
I liep. Kpachaole nominated Hon.
Noble J. Kauhane as Vice-President,
Rep. Kauhi said tho practice had
been to take thoVicc-Prcaidentfroaj
BULLS'l'lN liUKOLLTLL-, H. 1.,
tho other bonne lo that from ahich
the President wns choein.
Noble Macfarlunc nominated lion.
Rep. Jos. N'awnhi.
Tlio ballot resulted in 2(5 otei for
Katilianu and 20 for Nawalii, and
Mr. Kauhane was accordingly de
Noble Mv Car thy nominated Chns.
Wilcov as S'ecictmv, saying he was
a man of integrity who hud served
tlie Hoard of Kducalbn with faith
fulness. ( Noble Cornwi 11 nominated 31. J.
A. Magoou for re-election.
Rp. Nawahi supported Mr. Wil
cox, lelening ajatn to the blunder
of br.lloti. He snid that the news
papers reported frequent tiihtnkcs
in the minutes last seeMon.
Noble Hfddwin supported Mr.
Magoou's candidature Iroin pei'onal
ki.owledge ol Ids capacity at tlie
Rep. Kauhi was opposed to dis
cussion of the respective tneriti of
Rep. Drown vindicated the late
seeretniy from charges of the mcrr."
bcr frotii North HiloT
The vote resulted: Wilcox 28,
Mngooti 24, and Mr. Ch tries Wilcox
was declared elei ted and sworn in
by the President.
Rep. Rosa nominated Rev. J. N.
Paikuli as chaplain.
Rep. lv'inealii nominated Rev. J.
U? . J. Waiamau received 27 voles
and Rev. J. N. Paikuli 25, and Mr.
Waiamau was declared elected.
Rep. White uominated Mr. Sam.
N. iwli.iu as Sergeant-al-Anns.
Rep. Hrown nominated Mr. D. P.
The vote gave Nowlein 27, I'l
diedge 23, and Mr. Nowlein was
declared fleeted. '
Noble Crabbo nominated Mr. W.
L. Wilcox as Interpreter, and Rrp.
Rrown moved that he bo elected by
acclamation, winch was carried, and
Mr. Wilcox was so elected and de
clared. Noble Iicnberg nominated Uw.iiu
Napoleon as messenger.
Rep. Hush nominated Jas. Patau.
Rep. Hrown nominated Aim.
The vote resulted: Napoleon 20,
Palau 21, and Ahu, 2 and Napoleon
waa declared elected.
Noble Pua nominated Makalii as
Rep. Waipuiiani nominalod Sam.
Kuula, who was skilled in cleaning
Rep. White nominated Waliine
aua. He said Kuula was already
leeching a salary of S.r0 a month.
Rep. Kanealii nominated Kalielo.
Rep. Kapaehaoto nominated Pii
koi. KhIipIo was elected, receiving 20
votes to Makaiii's 15, tlie rest scat
tering. At 502 the house adjourned till
10 o'clock Thursday morning.
Tiun:3i)AY, May 22.
President J. S. Walker called tho
house lo order at 10 o'clock sharp,
when prayer was offered by Rev. J.
Secrctaiy Wilcox read tho min
utes of tho previous day, which
were adopted without correction.
Tlie Picsident announced that tie
was not prepared to name thu stand
ing committees this morning, owing
to circumstances that he mentioned.
If the house would indulge him to
this afternoon he would be ready.
He also asked liep. Hrown what the
practice had been regatding the call
of the roll.
Rep. Hrown answered that it was
usually doue by resolution ou ac
count of members not being punc
tual. The President called "Petitions."
Noble Cummins moved that a
committee be appointed to picpnrc
a suitable reply to His Majesty's
speech opening tlie Legislature.
Rep. Rosa understood this was
not the proper lime for such it mo
tion. It should come under the
head of "Resolutions."
Rep. Kalua, after tlie point had
been somewhat discussed, moved
that the rules be buspended. Car
ried. The same member moved that the
Seigeant-at-Arms bu instructed to
furnish members with copies of the
Rulce of 1888. Carried.
Minister Austin reported that the
English version of the Report of the
Minister of Foreign Affairs was
ready for distribution. Thoiativc
version was slightly delayed but
would be ready to-morrow morning.
Minister Damon repotted that the
roport of tho Minister of Einanee
and the Appropriation Hill for l&'JO
02 were ready in botli languages for
Minister Ashford repotted the
English version of report of the
Attorney-General. The Hawaiian
version was almost completed and
lie hoped to have it by to-morrow
Minister Thurston reported that
ttic printers were unablo to com
plete the report of thu Minister of
Interior iu time for to-day, but it
would be ready in a few days. Thu
copy was all in the hands of tlie
The President read a communica
tion from Mr. Justice McCuJly, iu
the absence of tho Chief Justice,
tendering 100 copiea of the Rcpoit
of the Chief Justice.
Noble Haldwin reported from tho
special committee appointed yester
day on the Oaliu Railway Co.'s in
vkutiou, that Mr, Dillingham was
MA 2 S3, Ii0,
faa(a t " M
" - .A T"
ready lo leave the cl.olco of a dcy
for the members' excursion to tlistn
KOTIl r.s or IIII.I.S.
Minister Thurston gave notice of
(1) an Act to. provide addition..!
lacilitie's for aeipiiring homestead.
(2) an Act to prnide a ho-pltal f. i
dipsomaniac, (3) mi Aet to pro
l'lo for l.uiiiihg the Mile of spirit
(mils lupinr-, an.! put licenses up at
auction, (!) an Act lo provide for
granting licenses for tlie Mile of
wines and beers of light alcoholic
strength, (5) an Act to regulate the
issuance Oi' auctlo:iDer's licenses.
Minister Ashford gave notica of
an Act to transfer from the Deport
ment of Interior to the Department
of tho Attorney-General tho care
tiiitl custody of prisoners.
Minister Damon gave notico of
(1) an Aet reducing tlie passenger
tax, (2) an-A I authorizing tlie pay
ment to tlie Postal bavings Hank
the actual inteiest only which tlie
H.ink pas to depositors, (3) an
Act relating to postal bonds the
coupon a of which shall otily be used
on negotiation of said bonds, (1) an
Act authorizing thu Miiustcr ot Fi
nance to issue bonds at not lo ex
ceed hie portent interest to deposi
tors iu the Postal Savings Hani:, (5)
an Act transferring the delivery of
revenue (.tamps for uu iu tlio outer
districts to thu Postmaster-General,
(0) an amendment to Ihc opium law,
making imprisonment for infringe
ment of this law optional with the
Court, (7) an Act reusing tho tax
laws, (tf) an Act making specific
appropi i.uions for the biennial period
ending March 31. 1S92.
Rep. Kapaehr.olo gae notice of
(i) an Act to icpral the Act of 1888
rdating lo doHorliou of married peo
ple from each otlur, (2) to icpe.il
the Act i dating to Miiall fishes.
Noble Haldwin gave notice of an
Act in u-gaid to the fnreolosute of
mortgages and sales thereunder ut
Noble J. M. Horner gave notice
of an 'Act to further promote the
construction of railways on the Isl
and of Oaliu.
Rrp. Kanealii gave notice of
(1, 2, 3, -1) to repeal chaps. 37 and
3(5 laws of 188S, chap. 20 laws of
1887, and chap, tl laws of 1SS,
(5) to regulate noitis of contract
labor, (li) to repeal chap. 1 1 laws of
liep. Rosa gave notice of an Act
to regulate the importation and sale
of firearms. (Applause).
Rep. Rush gave notice of (1) an
Act to amend the Masters and Ser
:ants' Act, (2) to abolish tlm ic
slnctiou3 on sea fisheries.
Noble Crabbo gave notice of nu
Act to regulate the importation of
immigrants for plantation labor.
Rep. Waipuiluhi gave notice of an
Act to repeat Chap. 21 Laws of
Noble McCarthy gave notice of
an Act to provide lor the gnrnishce
ing of salaries oi Government em
ployees. Rep. W. II. Rickard give notice
of an Aet to establish local hospilala
for the sick. .
Rep. Hush moved t tint a commit
tee ol live bo appointed to re-pond
to I lis Majesty's speech. Tlie mo
tion carried and the President ap
pointed Noble Cummins, Rep. Btuli,
Noble Cornwell, Reps. Kalua and
At 11 o'clock the house adjourned
to 1 o'clock p. m.
The President nominated the fol
lowing standing committees of the
house, the list being read by the
Rep. 'J. Hrown said that under
rule 28 he declined lo serve on the
Judiciary Committee. (Tlio rule
allows a member to decline serving
on more than two committees.)
The President accordingly ap
pointed Rep. Win. White iu place
of Rep. Hrown. Tlie conccted list
is its follows :
Foiiuion Relations A. Marques,
II. P. Haldwin, John E. Huah, 11.
G. Ciabbe, J. T. Hakei.
Jlduiauv J. W. Kalua, William
White, II. A. Widcuiann, Antonu
Rosa, W. II. Halstead.
FiNASci: E. C. Macfarlane, E.
Midler, E. A. Huichardl, C. J.
McCarlhy, William White.
PUHl.IC liANDs AN'Il IXTl.ltNAL Ijt-
rnovLMESTs II. A. Widcmann, Cr.
N. Wilcox, R. If. Hind, J. A. Cum
mins, A. Marques.
CUMMI.KLT., AoitlCt'llt'lli:, AND
MAXtirAciuuns E. Midler, Cecil
Hrown, A. S. Wilcox, E. C. Macfar
lane, J. Nawnhi.
Edi'caiion Paul Iscnberg, AV.
II. Rice, J.
O. K. Apiki
Kahookano, S. Parker,
Accoints E. A. Huiclmrdt, V.
Knudsen, E. C. Macfarlane, L. von
Tompsky, W. H. Rickard.
Rltlis Cecil Hrown, H. P. Raid
win, It. W. Wilcox, P. P. Kanoa,
D. W. Pua.
PniN-ii.NO T. R. Lucas, L. W.
P. Kanealii, A. Kauhi, V. 11. Cum
niing.s, L. von Tompsky.
Sasit.uiv John Phillips, V. Y.
Horner, A. P. Kapachaolc, P. Ka
mai, J. Marsden.
MiLiTAitv C. J. McCarthy, Ce
cil Hrown, J. T. Raker, J. II. Wai
puilaiii, W. II. Cornwell.
KMto'.i.sir-XT A. Rosa, J. E.
Husli, James Anderson, A. Horner.
R. D. Walhridge.
.MlsCLLLANEOUS PETITIONS R. W.
Wilcox, V. Knudsen, J. Nawahi, J.
M. Horner, P. P. Kanoa.
At 1:15 tlie house adjourned till
10 o'clock to-uionow morning.
THE DAILY DULLETIN-tTIw
L vioM popular psper publUhtnJ.
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NOW IB Ti
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Society of the United States,
Ate now selling tl.eii Hoik's, and upon ca y terms. Tlm additional
ture of Insurance goes with every Hond.
Tho following are a few of the nnnv attractive forrci3 offered- by
original and progressive Cora pi. ny: , ;"
erMJ0WM2NT BONDS, D PER CENT, GUARA'N'nEED FCVRTJFeV
INDEMNITY BONDS, A " " " "
IMPROVED FfJEE 1 ON7INES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDREMS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is ciptitablc, ill payments piouipt and certain, uxl itn
popularity unbounded. ,
From ths Xer York Shu, April !'(, 1803.)
TIk Largest llusiiii'xH ISvi'i TrnnvioJoil by u I.ii'o -Vxaur-
The new buaiiu'ss of the Equitable L f.' Assurance Society of New
Vork for the first quarter of the present y.ar is reported to exceed FiFrr
Million Dollmi". This is at the rate of j.r fiuritlr'l niti'iinit'of i.iuir
iiiiror lic 'fitr, and is uiipi-jcudented it: the annals of life aa-.uiance.
A2-Iiiforiiuilion cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or c.i'd
upon the undei signed at his ollleo.
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General Audit for the Hawaiian Maud, l-q.iiuih!c Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-J-00
IMPORTERS & 1E VLERS IN
D R U G S & C H E M I C ALS !
Toilet Articles, !'it" I'erfui.i'- i
( uli'i", lloiilPupatbii
ot gimi j?"3iri 1-oodH,
Of Everj Teai'iiptioii.
PS1NO EXCMVIN i 1A
M'A.T-r fJJ!tT WATtSS
V T" w (mi Si.
FOR ALL AERATED li' VKUAOE?
l'liniDiio Grand Ailise & !li!eii Anil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
With Broiler & Hot W.ttor Attachments !
Jl:g5Ss-iBa, ,ifr.&&4WjS3&- ?fffi3
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t.rr -.. rvT.r c It !
Consuming Oae-third Loss Fuo', ei hi. m'A or coal, tban any c;hef Stov-e
in oxistiuct !
'' Ka Drisk Work Afcout 11 ! fa-.t a CJssn Cat Stovs I nDa
Whoee Sakln?;' Qualities are UrssurpaoaetJ !
This Orato in of a tiiangiiiar foiin liavjui,' tbiee Hiirfaeca which are re-vor-iblu,
so that a Hepurato lop suiIiicl can I.e. used on allcrnate dayaj or if
the'one eiirf-iee in cmr-c of nsv' ?hows any wear then the i ther can be tinned
up, and i-o on the other, making u equal in duiabihty to thiee distinct Grato.i.
FOR SALE HY
K. It. Hi'.Niuiv, President X. Manager.
f!ODi-i:i:v Ritow.s, .Seeie.aiy iv, Tteusuii r.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Spn'tiki-lV It.'iuti. : Vvi NrwtM, !!'uolalu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Oen'I Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qcnuiuo Hivilsuid China, phin and d3:ornle:l end "Wcdgtwocd
Piano, Library it Stand Lamp, Clmu.'eliers it Eleetolitir.-,
Lamp Kixlures of all kinds, A coin- I .i awaor'ni't f Drills A Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of EVERT DHSGBIPflON
Tho l!ii.ullo" a-whccled Uidinj; Plow ,t Equalizer,
IUucbt-ard Rico Plow, I'lanter.s' Steel ,fc iiootcneuktd Hoct,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Valuta, V.iruuhcu L lirushcs, Mam a L Sisal Rope, (
HANDLES OF Al L KINDS,
.5 3omo, Uosc, Irio.-se.
RUHHER, WIRE-HOUND of Mipnior quality, A STE.UI,
Aj-ato fron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Tablet it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot & Uup-i, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machino-loaded Or.rtriducj,
llart'd Patent "Dnplos" Din Stock for lipo it Holt Tbrciding,
Hartman'a Steel Wire Pineo it Steel Wire Mats.
(Jute City Stono Filttra,
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Soap-, Patent Modi-
Ale & Soda Waters
3 & C
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Fort Ftiect.nppo. 'piceki le' Hank, Honolulu, H. I.
John Kva, Viee-l'iesideat
Ut:i;ii. 1S--O.VX, Auditor.
Win. U. Fishei'a Wiouglit Steel Rung.i
r-oaW Twiat Drille,
Nenl's Carriage l'alnu.
'' ' mm
r . gal