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I'lIURSDAV, JUJA' m, ISOO.
t, Ti.ito lifted ,Tuij it), inno.
' A. M. P. M.
Leave Poaolulu 8:lS t:4i
Arrivo Honouliall 10:05 8:05
Loavn llonoumill. 10:33 3:55
Arnvo Honolulu H:5fi 4:55
Stmr 0 If HI shopworn circuit ot Oalui
Stnir.J A Cummins lioni Koolati
Mane Geo U FciMus, 21 tlnya fiom
loi t Townscnd
:i-masted achrEMit, 1 day fiom llum
Ml mi 'in Mal.ee from Kauai
Stinr Lebua for Nun and HuUalau
YCSSEIU r.AVSNC TC'KQRRDW.
Slmr W G Hall tor Hawaii nnd Maul at
10 n in.
.Stmr U It lifOiop fov Wnlanac, alalua
nnd Koolau nt 9 a tn
Stmv.r uiniiuiusfor Koolau at Si a m
OSS Australia, lloudlette, for ban
Francisco at 12 m
Stmr Kilauea Hon f or Pepeokeo and Ho-
noiiiu at 5 p in
GARGOES FKOM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr O It bishop 1 02 l:i paddy,
!!o0 b.ics lice, 108 buclia bananas.
and i!21 boxes bananas.
Mtmr Jas .Uakce lUSKJ bags sugar.
,f A ( lumiihfe 300 bays lice and 30
From Koolau nud way porM, per stmr
O K Mshop, July 80 Dr bcholiz, Air
Spioull, Mr Peiklns, Mi3 West, Miss
Alice Roy, and 20 deck.
From Kan li per stmr Jas Make?,
lulytU -Mis Herod t, Mr Fnirchild, Mr
Wa'isdell and 1ft deck.
The ?teainer Klnau is due early to-
tnoirow uioinli) from Ilawjil and
Maul. SbeietuniB a day ahead of her
usuil time to catch tho steamship Aus
tralia which leaves at noon for San
The bktne Geo G Perkins, Capt ITcr
beitlviebs, ariived yesterday aiternoon
il days from 1'oit Townscuu with C'JO.
00 ) feet lumber consigned to Messis
Lew cis & Cooko bho hud sirong vuid
all the way dowu. She disclnuges her
eaigo at Koit stiect wliaif.
'Jliio thiee-tiniRted schr Ksta, Captain
Friedbeig, arrived ycsttiduy afternoon,
IB days fiom Humboldt U.iy, wlth32ii,
000 feet lumber consigned to Messis
'.Mleu 6: Koblnson. he had Hue
weather all the way dowu.
The bktne Mary YViukclniami was to
have left Poit Gamble four days after
the barkemlue Geo U Perkins lefttheie.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at Thomas Square
Ibis evening at 7:30 o'elock, ren
dering the following progi amine:
Overture--Fra Diavolo Auber
Fautusia Awakening of the Lion..
Variation A Popular Song Odis
Selection Mnrtktt Flotow
Aloha Ou. Aia uil.l Mai. Ipo Iiuae.
March Hawaii If uokoa Beiger
Fantasia Foige in the Forest
C. Wood, a petty officer on tho
U. S. F. S. Charleston, was examin
ed in tho Police Couit this morning,
on the charge of assault with a
deadly weapon on Kaleiwolu. This is
the stabbing ease ol the eve of the lth
of July. The injured man had recov
ered sufficiently lo appear anil give
his evidence. lie testitled positively
that defendant was the man who
struck him when ho got stabbed,
hut hiscslimonj' in this regard was
not corroborated by any other wit
ness. Several of "Wood's Rhipraatos,
including tho Charleston's navigator
and captain of tho forecastle, swore
positively that defendant did not
stab tho native, and they gavo Wood
the character of a very quiet aud
peuceable man. Justice Foster
found him not guilty.
The following aro booked to loavo
on tho Auetralia to-monow for San
Francisco: Mrs Win G Irwin, child
and maid, Mrs It I vers, Master Ben
Uolladnv, T W Hobron and wife,
Hon WF Allen and Mrs Allen, Itov
W C Morntt and wifo, Mrs A Or
UawcB, Master Hawes, It A Eddy
nnd wife, Mrs J F Fostor, "Mrs Ma
thor, ii K Miller, Mia 0 Bolto and
child, Mrs G E Howe, "W H Bailey
aud family, Mrs BawliiiB and chil
dren, Mrs JO Bateham, D W Fol
gor, Pr N B Emerson, wife and child,
Mies Peircc, Miss N ltobertson, Mrs
W It Seal, F O Lowrey, Master A L
Castle, Mrs W II McLeun and child,
B Ehrlioh, J II Thomas, wifo, daugh
ter and son, Geo McLeod, Mia I N
Porter, Mrs W Hill and daughter, 0
E Williams, MUb May Cummins,
Mrs ft F Bickcrton and child, Mr
and Mrs Henry Edwaids, Mrs J F
Bowler, Miss Barr, Miss Daly, II
Connors, Harry Bell, It U'Ogden,
Harry Ayrec, Mrs E P Batos, Miss
Bates, W Blaisdell, David Dowectt,
P Wallace, W Dexter, 11 N Green
well, W Johnson, Mrs Hopkins, Miss
Gracio Hopkins, W O Peacock, Mi.-a
Ethel Winthrop, Hairy Gales, H B
Rice, J II ltice, J S Muirhead, Bro
Dennis, MUb J Shaw, Mita Heleno
Courtney, Cliil' Phillips. J 0 Lano, It
LQQAk $ tfNERM. HEWS. "
TllK Arlotl Wilt mool tn-tiiotr.ow
P piling nt the usual hour and plitrc
Jin. 0. V. C. Jono. has been ap
pointed inspector of mill: for Ihe
A oAsr. of drunkenness wn tho
only conviction in the Police Coin I
Hon. J. I. Dowiitt calti for ac
counts against lltn difloiont vosfols of
Mi:ssks. 11. W. Schmidt it f-'om
offer for sale b.ij'j for sugar, r'n c, -ind
coal, also twine
Mh. L. J. Levey will hold an tin
dirwi iter's sale of mirrors ut 10
J. Rpoomcu defended himself yes
terday in lus trial for ni&uuU with n
deadly weapon and was acquitted hy
Dmtixo Hid absence of Mr. V. U,
Peacock ho will bo lcpic-onlod tin
dor power of attorney by Mr. C. A.
Tun August No. of ihe Paiadifo
of llio Pacific will be issued for tho
liip of tho Australia leaving licit
TilU railroad men Fcoied mi im
portant event yesterday. Tho freight
tiain commenced running to and
from tho deep water tot minus.
A DEsiiRTr.n from the Ohailestnn is
deoiibed as having '"Faith, Hope,
and Charily, and the Aiuciiunn eagle
and tlagb" on his ri;ht foie-aim.
Jfn. Jas. F. Moigan will hold his
regular horecmile, inienr of llon.,1. 1,
Dowaetl's oflieo ut noon to-morrow,
when horses', eolif, and mules will be
Evkky cent in the Jpern House,
including exlra chairs, were taken
befoie noon for the second perform
ance of "Little Lotcl F.umtleioy"
Tun Mechanics' Union will hold a
meeting Friday evening at tho usual
place, K. of P. Hall, Fort street.
Business of importance will be
Any member of the Sieinil. Chess
Club desiring to enter tho tourna
ment, who has not yet peon the com
mittee, will please call at the club
room this evening, when tho entry
"Roxy" was p.tilly liied and ic
mauded till lo-monow at tho Police
Cuuit to-day, on the cbaige of "in
tending to c.immit an offense." The
offense alleged to be intended is tho
poisoning of Jumps Dodd's horse. E.
Hammer, druggist jit Benton, Smith
& Co.'s, testified that defendant asked
him for bichloride of meicury for
that puipot-o, and ho put him off with
hai inlets bibinuth powdeis.
A BRILi IAHT PARTY.
The l'unnhou lesidenco of His
Excellency John A. Cummins, Min
ister of Foreign Affairs, yesterday
evening, was a scene of magnifi
cence. On both sides of the car
riage drive were strings of variegated
lauterns and the trees and shrub
bery, as tho house was approached,
shone with the brilliancy of numer
ous lights. Tho band stand was
also gaily illuminated. A platform
sheltered from the wind, though
open to the heavens, had been erect
ed and was nicely prepared for
dancing. The main house was all
ablaze with colored lanterns, which
were hung in profusion from the
roof to the ground.
The guests wero welcomed hy
'Miss May Cummins, in whose honor
the party was given, and by her
brother Mr. Thomas Cummins.
Shorlby after eight o'clock dancing
began to music furnished by the
Hawaiian Band, and loveis of tho
giddy wliii 1 wero in their glory.
Towards midnight an elegant mip
pcr, prepared hy Mariano Camacho
of tho British Club, v,as spread jn
the dining room and to its demoli
tion the guests betook themselves
Willi a vim as hearty as the welcome.
At 12:30 o'clock most of the people,
after wishing Miss Cummins a pleas
ant voyage and a safe return, took
their departure. Among those pres
ent were: II. R. II. Princess Liliu
okalani, Hon. J. O. Dominis, Mon.
Q. B. d'Anpjlade, French Commis
sioner ; Seuhor A. do Souza Carta
varro, Portuguese Charge d'Affaires ;
their Excellencies Godfrey lliown,
Minister of Financo, J. A. Cummins,
Minibter of Foreign Affairs, A. P.
Peterson, Altoruoy-Genoral, with
Mrs. Peterson 'lions. E. MuIIer, II.
G. Crabbe and J. "W. Kalua, mem
bers of the Legislature; Admiral
Blown of tho U. S. F. S. Charles
ton, Jas. W. Robertson, His Majes
ty's Vicc-Chamberlaln, Lieut. Web
ster, Captain Iloudletto, Mr. Keil,
Hon. Paul Neumann, Miss Eva Neu
mann, Major and Mrs. II. F. Ilob
bard, Mis. G. Becltley, Major and
Mrs. Bertclmann, Miss A. Dudoit,
Miss Nowlein, Misses Llshman, Mr.
and Mrs. Melt, Mr. and Mrs. T. B.
Walker, Major Seward, Mrs. Geo.
Miles, Miss Humphries, Miss Mc
Laine, Mr. Roso and Misses A. and
P. Roso of Ililo, the Misses Cum
mins, Misses M, and II. Ladd, Mrs,
W. Wngener, Misses llowland,
Misses Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Brown, Miss K. Molntyre, Miss
Davidson, Mrs, and Miss JNollo, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Bowler, Messrs. C.
Bolto, S. Lotilsson,B. Monsarrat, W.
Richardson, F. Kruger, C. Wide
maun, R. J. Allen, E. Stiles, G.
Smithies, J. Walker, F. Molntyre,
J. Holt, Theo. Wolff, A. Jones, Hay
Wodehouso, W. C.King, W. Wright,
Wray Taylor, W. Mulwrny, and
U&UjX UUMB'IHX UUftlUUU, U Jo
Wnsr.siiAi, July .",()
The committee of the whole
sinned at 1 .-10.
The motion lo pass tin1 ilem for
Knpiolani Home us iu the bill v:i9
carried on a rising vote.
Noble Miicfuilani! moved inser
tion of S1000 for Knpiolani Matern
ity Home iu nccoidatiee with the io
port of the (Inanoo committee lo
which the petition had been re
fericd. The Mji-relari lead the said re
poit. Noble Buldrtin thought the nhjcol
waswoithy and was in favor of
some appropriation, but he thought
the committee might have given
Ilium a liille information so that
they could vote intelligently and
not at liap-lm.ard.
Noble Mnlier said Her Majesty
had furnished a house gtaluilously
and eeitain Hawaiian Indies had
volunteered their sei vices. The
thing was an experiment. The ap
propriation might be given, and if
the enterprise was not a success it
need not be continued.
Rep. Paehnolo was anxious to
have an appropriation for Hie pur
pose, but this was not the place.
The Maternity Home was not under
thu Board ol Ilenlth. lie hoped
the lion. Nob'e would withdraw the
item, and it could be inserted far
Medicines (for giatuitons di9tii
Hep. Waipuilani moved it lie
12,000. Thcie are supplies with
Government physicians in the dis
tricts, but the doctors themselves
say they aro of poor quality on ac
count of the small nppiopriation.
If they were to have medicines free,
these should he of the best.
licp. Kauhi was in favor of tho
item as in the bill. It made little
difference how much money wa.snp
ptopiiated, the Board would buy
poor medicines anyway.
Noble Walker thought the lime
of the House should not lie wasted
in talk. It was to be presumed the
Board knew its requirements.
Noble J. M. Horner wanted to
know .something about these medi
cines. They know nothing of them
Minister Peterson said all the
Government physicians had a stock,
some of which got old before it was
Noble Bui chard I mentioned cases
where doctors who were not Govern
ment physicians distributed medi
cines tree. It might ho well to give
supplies of simple medicines, that
might be taken without doctor's
advice, to others than Government
Rep. ICanealii was infouncd by
Ministers Spencer and Peterson that
the owner of the Wailuku drugstore
was a Government physician and a
portion of his stock was Government
propei ty. He wanted to know how
tho people were to get medicines,
as they were always charged at the
Minister Spencer undeistood the
law to he that the free medicines
were for tho poor, and that people
who were able should pay.
Noble Walbridge tcstillcd that he
had sent hundieds of natives to Dr.
Herbert at Wailuku, who had treat
ed them free of charge.
Rep. Pachaolc, being informed by
Ministor Spencer that Dr. Swift
would attend people on the ICona
side of Molokai, spoke of the difll
culty of getting tho resident physi
cian to go over the jiall from the
Passed at $10,000.
Purchase of kuleanas at Kalawao,
Segregation, Buppoit and treat
ment of lepers, S2 10,000.
Minister Spencer moved it pass at
82:11,000. The item in tho bill was
based on a report of the Superinten
dent, estimating the expense al 87u
a head. A later report had been
leeoived, however, whicii put tho
cost at 885 a head. ThiR made an
Inureaso of 824, 00Q over the original
Rep. Kahookano moved consider
ation of tho item bo deferred till the
visiting committeo reported.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox was in favor
of passing tho item as moved for hy
the Minister. Then if more was
found necessary later, tho item
could be amended.
Minister Spencer by icquest gave
detail of the original item. They
summed up 220,000, -but 810,000
had been lopped off, for what rea
son ho knew not. It did not look
liko tho eternal fitness of things that
this item should be cut down.
Rep. Nawahi wanted to know if
tho Government had any plan for
making tho Settlement to some ex
tent self-supporting. Had, they
boats in which they could go fishing?
Rep, Kauhi remarked that if they
had boats the Settlement would soon
Rep. Nawahi said litis item was
getting larger and larger ovory ses
sion, and, unless something was
done to make tho Settlement self
supporting, tho taxes would have to
be incicased to provide for these
Rep, Paehaolo favored postpone
ment of the item until the report of
committee was received.
Minister Brown saw no reason for
postponing tho item. Tho proposal
was based ou careful calculation of
liir CD-d. for UiP pA. t''Vn yrRfs, tt
whs icnfPPly likely tlt.it Ihr commit
tee, nftcr spending onlv a few liotif.
tit the Selllcmonl, could ndd any In
formation of any alnc.
Noble McCarthy uppoiteit the
motion of the Minister of interior.
Hep. Kalua was in favor of pass
ing the item as asked for. Those
people were sent to Molokai less fol
their own benefit than that of Hie
community. Jfthc Minister want
ed S2d0,0b0 he would vote for it.
Rep. Kanealii spoke in favor of
postponing the Item. Part of the
committee hnd gone to Molokai,
leaving the rest behind by deceiving
thrni as lo the time the steamer
would anil. The lion, member for
Lihue and Knloa (Uiee) was chiefly
lesponsible for this. How could
part ol the committee enlighten the
House when, as the Minister had
stated, they weie only a few houis
on the island? It was common talk
that the Picsident of the Board of
Health f i oni piofessional jealousy
did all he could to pi event other
doctors from trying to cure leprosy.
Rep. Nawahi thought it would do
no harm to defer the item. The
majority of the committee, stayed at
the Settlement hardly long enough
to lire Ihe horses lent to them.
Rep. While wanted lo wait for the
icportnf the minority that had not
yet visited the island. The major
ity wero led-round by the Superin
tendent, who treated them to cigars
and charged tho Government 7 for
'Rep. Pachaolc coutradictcd thu
statements of the picvious speaker,
and rebuked him for lepeating idle
street gossip. Thcie was no decep
tion about the sailing of the .steamer;
ample notice was given to all con
cerned. Noble Crabbe supported the item
as proposed by the Minister of In
terior. Noble Baldwin said if they could
obtain any fuither light from the
committee he would be in favor of
postponing the item. The Govern
ment, which had watched the ex
penditure for the past period and
obtained estimates from the Super
intendent, were the best qualified to
state what the amount should be.
From all that could be learned, the
lepers had everything that they
Rep. R. W. Wilcox paid the re
port of the committee would be
about the medical treatment of the
people. The doctor there was not
for tho purpose of curing leprosy,
but to alleviate their sufferings, lie
would liko to see more done in the
waj-of trying to devise a remedy
for the disease.
Reps. Kanealii and Wliilc fuitlicr
discussed the question.
Rep. Kicc replied to the lion,
member for Wailuku (Kanealii),
denying the charge of deceiving tho
members of committee. Ihe lion,
member for Wailuku was not a
member oi the committee.
Rep. Kauhi urged the Chairman
to put the question.
The item passed at 823-1,000.
Government physicians, S3ii,000.
Noble von Tempsky moved 810,
000. The expenditure last period
Noble J. M. Horner was liko the
hon. member for Wailuku (Kane
alii) in desiring information as to
what Government physicians did for
their pay. Some of these doctors
when secure iu their places became
so independent that they would not
attend anybody without being pafd.
Rep. Biown said the way two-
thirds of the Government physicians
acted was disgraceful. One of them
on the other side of this island
posted up notices requiring all who
needed his services to meet him in
the public road. The Board of
Health ought to thoroughly reorgan
ize the system of Government phy
sicians. Nolilo Burcliardt's experience was
more favorable toward Government
physicians than that of the hon.
member for Honolulu. The Gov
ernment physician in Noith Kohala
found lime with a large piivate
praclico to attend faithfully without
charge to tho medical requirements
of Hie poor people of the district,
and ho treated many free who were
able to pay.
Rep. Kiuidscu believed that some
physicians did their duty, but there
were somo on Kauai who would not
go to any man from whom they ex
pected no pay. Ono doctor refused
to g"o two hundred yards to a native's
house, until a 'planter who knew tho
man's valuo look him there.
Noble Cornwcll paid a tribute to
Dr. Herbert of Wailuku as a physi
cian in whom both natives and for
eigners had confidence.
Rep. Rice moved the item bo ie
ferrcd to a select committee. Car
ried. The committee lose and icported
progress, and the report was
The President appointed, as the
select committeo on item for Gov
ernment physicians, Rep. Rico, No
bles Hind, Baldwin, Phillips, Rep.
Notice of various committee meet
ings were given.
Thu House adjourned at 1 :0fl till
10 o'clock Friday morning.
Delicious Ice Cream !
LtmWlO.SLN' ifc CUO.V, "Mower
Ulook." Hotel street, wish to In
form the public that they aro now pro
patedto fiiiiilshnd Pure I en Cieam hi
any quantity. Wn gum anion our Ice
Cieam to bo llrht-class, and hope to He
cure u fair share of publlu patronage.
JuJtf 8i, lw
Aootlon SdlDs by tones F, 'aiorgao,
Fill DAY, AiiffiiHt
AT lli O'CLOCK NOON.
At tho stables nt rear of lite olllco of
Hon J. I. Howsutt, Cjueousiicet, 1 will
"ell at Public Auction.
:$ pr TLT Xj IE s
S&" The Colts in e fi oui good Brood
Mitten, and the Mules aie from the
Celebtated .lack "IMutelier."
Co.nm'.iis A, Hr.i.i.,
TMs Thursday Evening, July 3i
Will be presented for the Ihst time in
Honolulu, the exquisite plnj. dramatized
by .Mis. Francis Hodgson ltiirnett, fiom
her own delightful j-toiy, entitled:
'Lie Lortl Pimllim"
The pciToi malice bein,; lionoied by
pic-eueeand pationage of their
gi.icioiiN Majesties the
is the other members of the
tST" The cm tain will llsc at 8 o'eloek
picdFcly. and the entertainment will
conclude at IO::;o, at which time ear
lhuies may be ouleicd.
CaM. of Charactoin:
Earl cl Dorincourl Mr Henry Edwards
Mrs. Errol Mist Ethel Wialhrcp
Mr. Hailsham Mr. II. dates
Mr. Hold)!, engineer) Mr. H. Bell
IliKSlns (si fanner). .Mr. D'Oispy Ojiden
Hick (a bootblack; Mr. U. I.e-lie
Thomas (a, footman). Mr. P.J. Wallace
Minna (an adventuress)
MNs II. Courtney
May (an Iil-h servant) Mls IC. Lee
Ccdrlc Errol (Little Lord Fauntlcroy) ....
Miss Grade Hopkins
Act l Mis. Knot's
New Yoi k.
Aots 'J and U Library
court Castle, Enulaiid.
Tlio piece produced under tlie'eaieful
MR. HENRY EDWARDS.
K" llox plan now
at Lewis J.
-WILL oivi: A-
On Saturday, Aug. 2,
TiainK will leave Honolulu Depot at
5:. 10 and 7 t. M., returning fiom the
Grove at 10 l. M. and midnight.
Detachments of tho Hawaiian Hand
will go on both TraluH and the full
Hand will play at lite (Jrovu.
tQr Tickets for the
round tilp, bl
To bo had of the Committee
Oalui Hallway Depot.
and at the
01 1 til
FOR SAN FilAKCISCO,
The Al BteniiiHltlp
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Friday, Aug. 1st,
1'or Freight or Pas'KC, apply lo
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Atjenta.
ART CLASSES I
TVT It. Allen Hutchinson holds a class
ILL In modelling at hU studio, N'uu
anu avenue, every Tuesday and Satur
day. Por paitleulnrs apply ''Hell Tele
phono 0-il, IS07 ltn
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