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Saturday', auoust 2, iauo.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAKD CO.'S
To Talto r.ff.-rt .l.it.v in, 1HCO,
Loavo Honolulu 8:45
Arrive llonoullull 10:0.".
Lcava Hanoullull. ...... lOi.15
Arrlvo Honolulu 11:55
S S Aiaiipo'a fiom Snu Fmnclsco
Stuir twuiutil from iluui ikuu und Latin-
Stmt Mkellke from Mnul
Stmr Wiihdciilctioin Kauai
VESSELS .EAVIH, TU-WORRCV.
S S Mnrlpos.i for the ''clonics at '2 a m
VESSELS LbV N. MON-AY.
Stmr Likollke for il suit ut 5 p m
SunrJ Uminnhis for Ivuol.u 0 am
fcclir Mol Wuliluo for lluiuukuu'
CAhGUES FI10M ISiAM) POIIfS.
Stmr Llkdtku 11U0 lugs sugir, 20
b.is potatoes, 57 hides. 100 ?lieoi,
i! hoist", 7f pi gs sundiles, und 1 lot
Stmi lwuhitil-370!) bigs s g.ir and 21!
btmr tihilcule 174'Jb.iRS sugar fioin
Kiomnn Fiunciscofpcr stcrfm'lilp
Stailposii, Aiigu-ti vDtubi, A As
tliuhn, Miss Ai A Uiowiiell, iMlss L ()
CniMHi, TZ Cunba, Kottr I, I nls,
Clua F Giles, is O L.iuglfy, Miss a
Le.litr, F V Maufnihme and wife, V
Miiufui lane, wife and tlilld, J A 'Jho
m.is. J M Motis.il Kit, Call Mnas, -Mr
Paid Nintin.um, Miss Inez Xeuiiiaiin, V
Cl'.ukc',j li Piatt and wifo, W II
bmojcr, v bii9 II f-peer, lnplin ' tank
'riiiimpbi.n, lieiiunu idumaiin. Mis
Plhiknci' urn) buiv.uit, and 3G steeiage.
1 in triitf..rTi:tuil.i,and4Uc.ibinand
i'i htui'iiurc for Sidnev.
Fioin .Mnul per stmrlAclik" Au2
C j oe, IuIIhms hiMiduiu i.iid James.
.SDi'ukui, Q y.uiick, Tone .-ing. J
V Veinon, Alls Hots .ind eli.ld, B Bill,
Miss Ltial, W P A Blew iv, Mis Tlios
Ti (juliek, ( Fauleu, O I uiilbosc, MUs
Minnie Kobe, J u Wilder, Dr F K Day,
Fh Uodge J F I iowii, Jlr Yamdley,
and 23 deck.
Tho baik Opblr took In sugar to-day
from the stmr Wi.ialeiile
The biigjutine oiuueln anlcd at
K.ihului, iue-iay, July 20, with lull
c.UMoofo ui.i iiienhiiidise.
Tiiebaikeutine Plan ei, (apt Dow,
arilved -it San Fniuui'LO Juiy -'1, 'M
EVENTS THIS EVEHIHG.
Meeting Typojzi aptiic.il Union No.
30, at Ilurniimy lintl, at 7.
Peter the GrcaL at the. Opera
House, at 8.
Fionic at Rayinomt Grove.
Toinperauce meeting in Fowler's
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Ninth Suudav after Tiinity.
Holy Communion, G:80 a. m.
Litany, S):S0 a. m.
Morning prayer and sermon, 10
Hawaiian evensong and seimon,
D?30 p. in.
Evening pia3er and sermon, 0
The S. H. Maripos.i, Capt. Hay
ward, from San Francisco enroutc
for the Colonies, arrived shortly
before eight o'clock this morning
and docked vat tho O. S. S. Co.'a
wharf. The Mariposa had 28 cabin
and S6 steerage passengers for Ho
nolulu and 83 in transit for Tutuila
and Austialia. She also biouclit
2322 packages of miscellaneous
freight for this place, and has a
large quantity for the Colonies.
She will tnkc in coal and continue
her voyage at 2 o'clock to-morrow
morning, i -
Tlio following is tho progrummo
of an entertainment given in the
social hall of the S. S. Mariposa,
Friday, Aug. 1, at 8 p. m. :
Mandolin Solo Miss Neumann
Itecitution Mr. Harris
Piano Forte Duct
Messrs, Widcm.11111 fc Speer
Heading...., , .Mr. Harding
Song ,.. .Mr. S. It. Tinison
Jtecitation Mr. Subinann
Zither Solo , Mr. Mans
Song v Mr. Scarmouth
Becitution. . Mr, S, It. Tinison
Piano Forto Duet..-, ,..,,.,
, . , j Messrs, 'Macfarlauo
Ten llawailans, including four
women, came homo fiom Salt Lako
City, -Utah, by tho Mariposa this
morning. On speaking to one of
tho men it was learned that thu
Hawaiians are faring rather poorly
among the Mormons at S:ilt Lake,
only a few of them having any land
or means of support. These ten
who arrived to-duy had raised
enough money to reach San Fran
cIbio, from which place thuy were
forwarded by lite Hawaiian Consul.
There are now about 150 Uuwaiiuus
in Utah and all of them, it is Bald,
would lilcu to get buck to the isl
ands, the cllinuto being too severe
in Utah for them in thu'r half-starved
A NfJMJJKU ot Honolulu people or
rived homo this morning.
tQQAl & QCKERAl NEWS.
A,ri'ns:3HED front room, li to lot.
US gOVCIIII M.
lidy wants u position
Thanks to Purser Smith of llio
Muiipu-u. for news fuMrit.
Mh L, J. LcNey will hold ft special
pule n( pui'hicu MoudiO noon, also
GUUlu;s Unliliii Gate Hour.
To-Jioitnow, Aug. Md, tho first Sun
day of the month, mi Eugli hseimon
will be pi eat lit d .it Iho Uitlltitlic ca
thudral of Honolulu ut thu 7 u. in,
A irhak of nntuto, in thu fonn of
a calf with two heads was brought to
the IluM.KTiN olllco by Alt. Paul Is
cnberK, 'i., this morning. Ench of
the heads was perfect in all ils
Fn:sT train for Co. A'h, Honolulu
Ivilles, picnio to-night at Uayniond
Grove, will shut fioin the depot at
5:30 and tho m-coih! al 7. Trains
will fitiul On leturn at 10 and J2
oMock, Tho piieo of thu tn l:eis fm
tho lotiud tiip and lefrLtlnnunt1) i
The Ecrvices of tho Second Con
giegation of iSt. Andrew's Cathedn.l
to-moirow, Sunday, ' will be as fol
lows: 11:15 a m., Holy Comuiuuion
with Sei moil ; King UaHiuO; 7'JlO
P. m,, Evensong with Stimuli. Au
lliein, "O Pi ay for thu Peace,"
Noello. All tiro invited to thtre
Mk. Jr. Mclncrny is giving away
beautiful celluloid ckIcihIiiis in plush
I lames j They mo adjustablo to all
tho years from 1887 40 1903 inclu
sive, needing to bo EOt but once a
month. Aligureof Uorts in relief
stands boaido the calendar panel.
The 'Bulletin' acknowledges the re
ceipt of ibis attistic und useful
Latest ForaiM lews.
(Sftn FiaitcittOy July 2G, per S.
wak urrwrEX uuatumala and san
"War has begun between Guate
mala and San Salvador. ban Sal
vador planted troops in Guatemala
and then declared war, and Presi
dent Batillns of Guatemala issued a
proclamation acci pling war. Stveial
battles liae taken place in which
Salvador is icporltd to have been
generally violoiiuiis. The loss has
la en heavy on both aides. Ilondu
ius is sending t loops to tho iroutier
1 .Salvador and will likely eooii
have a baud in the tight.
Two hundred and three dead have
been nicounttd for from tho Sea
The 9tcamer Idaho i3 ashore at
South f oiut, Anlicosti, Gulf of St.
Lawrence, and grave fears aro felt
lor the safety of the crew.
A sensation has been caused by a
proposal of the Atlanta Constitu
tion lor the South to boycott Noith
uru goods if the Fedeial Election
bill become law.
In the riot at Erzcrouin, June 20,
the Tutkish populace joined the
TurkMi soldiery in massacring the
Aimenians and sacking their shops
und houses. The British Consulate
was attacked while an entertainment
was in progress there for the betiellt
of poor Armenians, and the Consul
and members of his family took iu
fuge iu the cellar. The American
Mission served as a refuge for fifty
fugitives. Turks murdered Anne-
tiiaus while pictending to escort them
to places of safety. Fifty bodies
weie found, mostly of persons who
had been bayonelted. Thiee bun
dled and fifty persons were wounded
and 100 missing.
A note from Russia to the Porte
Bays the Bulgarian demands aie
nmucuvirs to strengthen tho tot
terms? throne of Pi nice Ferdi
nand and his illegal mle. It also
says that Bulgaiia is hostile to
Russia, und that the Porte's condes
cension to that principality would
bo an unfriendly act toward Russia.
This attitude of Russia, thus.. shown
seriously exercises Turkey.
London newspapers are vigorously
pi otqsting against a soda trust in
volving 8,000,000 or .0,000,000.
Tho hill ceding Heligoland to
Germany passed set ond reading 111
tho Biitish Hotiso of Commons by a
vote of 209 to Gl. A number of
Radicals lefrained ftom voting.
Ilartlngton, Chamberlain, Sii Henry
James and Rradlaugh voted with the
Chaplin, tho Minister of Agiicul
turc, delivered an addicss at the
Lincoln Agricultural Show. Ho
tuid that tho recent rise in tho prices
of agricultural pioduets was duo to
an advance iu the prico of silver in
consequence of the pa-stigu of tho
Silver bill iu tho United Statu Con
THE HOHOKAA ACCIDENT.
Further particulars have been re
ceived of tho railwiy accident on
Honokaa plantation. The two men
killed weie natives nnimd Kidiolo
kalii and Kunliia. Kahnlokabi wus
an old and luiihlui servunt of tho
company. One whtto man and one
J up had each u leg broken, hut both
uro recoveiing. The others injured,
among whntn was II. S. Rkkurd,
tho hiad hum, are nut nf danger
and soiuo" of them uoing about
DAUL.V jWJ.LUGTIttt HUtfOJU.'l.U,
Finnvr, Aug. 1.
Al ri.UNOOS st.s iov.
Thu tonitnillto of the v.liolo c
Btimed at 1 :.!.".
Rep. Brown wna in favor of pass
ing the item a-t in the bill.
Rep. Na-valii was doubtful A3 to
wisdom ut iucieasiug ihh appropri- 1
ntiou. It is u.it uuing'to do thii I
other islands any good to plant
tiees on this island.
Tho motion to refer to a select
committee on lising Vote was lost.
The item passed as in thu bill.
Public Grounds, $12,000.
Minister Spencer gave ttio items
as follows: Thomas Squaie, $2301);
Aliiolani Hale, SliOO: Palace
Giouuds, 81000; Rnimn Square,
SSOOj Mausoleum, SG0O; Maklki
Cemeleiy, S1000; Puiiehbowl Paik,
Thu item passed.
Honolulu i' ire Department, $35,
500. Miuintcr Spencer gave tho items.
Rep. Nuwuhi This is ono ot the
itenit to which Noble Homer's teso
lulion referred. It is solely for the
benefit of Honolulu. If such an
CNpcudituic is proper for Honolulu,
it would bo proper for every other
place. This is a very latgo amount
to be spent tor Honolulu alone.
Oilier districts ate left to their fatw.
I move to add 5000 more, to pto
ide flic appaiatus for Ililo.
Noble J. M. Horner This is one
of tho items leftrred to, and the
committee tire not icady to report.
I would thercfoie ask for a post
Minister Brown I scg no need of
postponement. If the lion, member
I10111 Ililo . wishes u department
there, ho can ask lor one. That lias
nothing to do with this. The Hono
lulu 1' ire Department has got to go
Noble J. M. Horner His Excel
lency dotsm't seem to undeiaiand
my idea. The flic depattinent heic
baa got to go on. But the justice
or injustice of the matter is thf
plan. If this committee doesat't
-.1 tike any plun some other may.
The matter ought to be settled this
session if possible.
Rep. Eunealh was in favor of
Noble MuCurtlry 'When the coun
try members claim that they have
no interest iu piotectitig pioperty in
Honolulu fiom flie they make a mis
take. Theie is u ast amount of
piopeiiy in Honolulu fiom which the
Government derives uumtoiiKi in the
shape of taxes. If this pioperty weiu
destroyed the Government would
lose income, and the country dis
tricts would have to make it up. 1
tau't form any estimate of the value
of the buildings in Honolulu, but it
bears a much greater pioportion to
the totui taxable properly of llio
kingdom than the cost of the fire de
partment does to the whole amount
ot the Appiopriation Bill. If any
other distiict wautB a lire depart
ment let it ask for it, but not say
that it is not fair that wc should
Noble J. M. Horner The facts
stated by the committee huvo all
been considered. Propert in Ho-
uolulu ought to be protected, and so
ought my suizar mill and cane llclds.
But we iu the country have to pro
tect our own property, and if the
Honolulu people ure going to have
theirs pi elected for them, they
ought to pay some of the expenses.
It docs not look light, v
Rep. Brown This is the first
time I ever heard tho Government
had to protect sugar mills. Fire
companies aio only for cities. That
is so all over the woild, mid it is so
here, If districts want lire com
panies let them ask for them. That
is what they aie hero for. The
taxes of the Island of Oahu will
equal those of any other i&land in
the group, and I think it rather
queer if we can't have one or must
wait until members can make up
their minds whether or not they Arc
going to ask for one.
Noble Horner That is not the
point. Thu point is, who is to'poy
Minister Brown That point
would bo well taken if we had a
municipal government here. Iu that
case wo would pay for it ourselves.
And if all the taxes raised in Hono
lulu weie npent here, we should hear
fiom the outer districts.
Noblo Muoiarlane I 'am sur
prised that Noble Horner should
make any such useless proposition
that the country should not help
pay for the fhe department in Ho
nolulu. When, wo think of the
hundreds of ihotiMindo which havo
been spent for plantations, landings,
bridges, etc., it seems simply pie
posterous to say llio country blmll
contiibuto noihiiiti to tho lire de-
paitinent heic. There U none to
pay for ihe llio department here un
less tho (jovrenmeut does. The
country districts have jiiit as much
'protection as the otitskiits of Hono
lulu, I urn very much opposed to
any such item going to ihe com
mittee. Noblo Buldwin I am a member
of ihul cuiiiiiiiitcu nnd I think there
arc some iiems which might bo par
tially 'borne by Ilonolu'u citizens,
but this is not one. I can only say
iuieply to Rep. Brown that the
country districts would be glad to
see Honolulu a chartered city, I
huvG not the figmes before me but
I think it would bo cheaper for tho
country districts. But the timo hai
.Wfc.-W..M.I ..WMW..hmrtW.rf.WJ..WIW"l, 1T IJITglW WVty-rB.r ITTTW.-. r.f-?r'-r? r-Trwr- r-r-f,- -- :
t1.1l tome for municipal (joverntnent.
Just an soon na Waikupu or ntiy
othoi' town wants n fire department
it can ask- for it. But ut present
Honolulu is the only place which
Nnhlo Ismborg 1 belonr; to the
tonitniltt'c to which Noble Hornet's
re-ultitlon was refeircd. Noblo
Hoi tun only asks to have this item
postponed until lie lm-4 iupoi(6d. I
do not sen how wo can avoid pas
lug this item, but I think wo may us
well pass it over until tho commlltca
has upo! led.
Noble Burcbardt I slitll vote to
pass as in tho bill, since oven if the
committee should' report in favor of
ct eating a municipal government
here, I should not favor it.
Rep. Paehaole could not see that
any reason for postponing this Item
had been shown.
Rep Kaneahi's lemaiks weie not
translated. He was still in favor of
Rep. Paehaole Tho lion, mem
ber for Wuiliiku sayo this is the Ap
propriation Bill. Very true, so it
is. Let us go ajiead and appio
priatc this item.
The item passed.
Rep. Nawahi moved to iuserl Ilflo
File Department, S5000.
Rep. Brown said S5000 wouldn't
build the house for the engine let
alone buy an engine. A good en
gine costs from $.10,000 to 15,000.
The only way to have a fhe depart
ment is to organize it, and to do
that you must pass an Act. Therc
foie instead of putting this in the
Appiopriation Bill it had better, go
to a select committee.
Noble Cornwcll As repic3enta
tive from Maui I don't like to have
Maui lett out ami 1 would nice an
item for Maui of S10,000(laughtcr).
Rep. Nawahi It is said that 80,-
000 is not ciinuah, but we can do a
good deal with lhat on the scale of
Nonlo Burcbardt Wc in Kohala
cannot do it as cheaply as in Ililo.
I shall ask for 815,000 for Kohala
Rep. Paehaole I am willing to
help the people in Ililo; but when we
have bought litem an engine, who is
going to woil' it? Without a law au
thorizing the organization of a lire
department nothing can bo (lone.
The lion, member fiom Ililo is will
ing to be chief cngimcr, but some
other good man may be willing too
and there may be a fmlit.
Noblo Marsden llauiakua raises
twice us much sugar as Kohala, but
my only dilliculty al out taking for
an appioprlntiou is Unit we have no
water. (Laughter.) But as wo may
have water fiom the Kohala moun
tains, I will aU for an appropria
tion; I will be raodeiatc und -ask
Noble J. M. Horner A little non
sense is relished by the best of men,
but we ought not to spend all uir
timo joking. It seems to me the
member from Ililo's proposition is a
very moderate one. They have
about 4,000 inhabitants, and have
been talking about a lire depart
ment for n long time. I do not fa
vor this item because it is for Ha
waii. I would vote for money for
Oahu or Kauai just as quickly ; but
1 shall vote for tiiis item because it
is needed. Noble Marsden is from
my district and my particular
friend, but I shall vote against his
"Rep. Lucas stood out numerous
calls of "question," and said that
lie believed in a firo department, ami
that 51000 or 5000 would be
enough. A very good hand engine
could bo got for 82000 to 3000.
The item passed.
Noble Cornwcll I shall have to
ask for 85000 for a firo department
for Wailuku ; passed.
Rep. Brown asked how the item
Intel ptetcrWileox 85000 for fire
department for Ililo.
Rep. Brown All right ; I'll vote
Rep. Lucas That is all wrong;
theie arc no Cue departments in these
Rep. Robert Wilcox moved to in
sert 85.000 for uniforms forllicinei).
Money had been wasted in uuifornTs
for volunteer military companies
which were of no earthly use. Lost.
Repaiis and running expenses of
Insane Asylum, 8-10,000.
Rep. Brown There is un increase.
"What is it for?
Minister Spencer gavo the items
which footed about S 10,300. I think
wo can get along with the 8-10,000,
and I move it pass.
Rep. Puehaole asked if any of the
patients had worked.
Minister Spencer Yes. I have
Rep. Paehaole Why is the item
Minister Spencer It ti 81000
more than last year.
Rep. Puehaole I move the item
bcrufened to a select committee.
Some things need investigation.
Kcp. Wiiwiilil S-JU.UUU is a great
deal for eighty people. I move tho
committee lUe and icport pioreus.
The item passed unanimously.
Repairs and 1 mining expenses of
elect do light, 8-10,000.
R j). Kahookano moved it bo de
fei 1 d.
Noblo J. M. Horner said the com
mittee hud coutidefed this item, and
had no objections to it.
Rep. Kuuealii- Have the electric
lights paid expenses?
Minister Spencer Tho arc lights
wero put tip for the public and thoro
' has been no return from them, Wo
, imve not had experience enough with
tho iucandesceut lights to say what
. Ihey will pay. But on the contem
n. i.. ArGuSrJ? 3. ipw. . .
plated irnprovemenU) the Govern
mont will receive at least 30 pctcant
Noblo Mticfarlano Wo ought to
havo something more definite from
the committee than a verbal Mute
meiit. Nohlo BaldwinThe rommittco
evpect to bring n '.rittui leport
Niiblo Maefarlane I think we
ought to wait utilil then.
Noblo Baldwin 'Hint's light.
Minister Brown Tnishas nothing
to do with the incandescent lights.
It is lor the l mining espeuses and
the items are all here. (They weie
Noble MncfnrlanO' could see no
objection to this being deferred.
Rep. Rtcknrd favored defening
Noble Baldwin There are two
items for incandescent lights in
cluded here. I think it wants look
ing into. If the thing is going to
he remunciative, and pay for the
arc lights, I am in favor of it. The
country should havo the benefit of
it. It is liko the water works. It
wants to be looked Into carefully.
The Committee ought to go up Nuu
antt and look into the water supply.
The item was deferred.
Hep. Kahookano moved the com
mittee lise and icport. Carried.
The rcpoit was adopted.
Noble Marsden icported for com
mittee of one that raihoad cauiages
would bo ready at 8 :15 a. in. Satur
day. After 'notice of committee meet
ings the House adjourned at 1 p. in.
PETER tie GREAT !
Will arrive by the Steamer "Mailposa,"
Give an Exhibition !
fig?" Pilccs of admission as usual.
IGT Ticket to bo had at the door.
rOK SALE BY
ENGLISH Lady lcrmircs position as
govcruess hi n genileiuiin'o fumily.
Kxpeflenced, and bus excolhint refer
ences. For address apply this olllco.
NEW Lndles' or Chil
dren's Cart with
5- llarneB, for small horse.
ut a i'i asuu.ible pi Ice. Apnly to
020 lw At II Hackfuld & Co..
A LL bllln outstanding over
i x jinu nut nam oy
Auirust 16th. will
uo piiunciy auveiiiMd rorRiuo.
(JtiAs. .1. FiMlIEL,
ThoLondlmr Slilllueiy Moue, corner
Fort d; Hotel htttets. 020 lw
"TvUniN'G tho abieuce. of W. C. Pea
ty cue!; f 1 em this Kingdom, 0. A.
IVnrock will sign for us uiuk-r full
power tf attorney.
W. O PEACOCK & CO.
Honolulu, July 31, lfe'JO. 0IU3t
HAV1NO sold th-i .steamer "tValraa
imlo" 1 uli-h all billi HgiiiiiHl Buld
vessel, to dute, to lie piceuted to me
for pav mont. All accounts ag.ilust the
Sehooneis "Allka." "Hcebi," "Itob
Itoy" and Steamer "Viva," to dato,
will pleaso also be presented for pay
ment All claims hcreaftorou thu latter
four vcF'ul-i must bu uci ompauied by my
written older or thov will not bn paid.
J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, July 31, 161)0. CIO 3(
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classes of machinery,
Leonard &c XSllis
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO" Sole Agents. C01 3u
E. R. Hendky, President & Manager.
Godfiiey Bnovv'N, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. SprcckclH' Itunlc, t Fort tttrcut, llniiululn.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN-
Oen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery
Genuine Haviland China, plain nud decorated; and Wedgcwocd
Piano, Library it Stand Lamps, Chandeliers & Electolierfl,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assortm't of Drills & Files,
PIMAP SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Tho "Chuollo" 3-whoelcd Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rico Plow, Planters' Steel & UoosenccktSd Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED.
Paiuta, V.frnuhod &. UiuhIioh, Manila &. Sinai Hope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
JL-Xoe, JL-Ioho, Howe,
ROBBER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, & STEAM,
Aguto Iron Ware, Silver Plated Waro, Tablo & Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot & Cups, Tho Celebrated "Olub" Machine-loaded Cartridges,
Hart's Puteut "Duplex" Dlo Stock fprFipo fc Bolt Threading,
lineman's Steel Wire Fouco & Steel Wire Mats,
Win. O. Fisher's Wrought Steel Bongos
Gate Oity Ktouo Filtero, " " "
"Mow Procoes" Twist Drills, '
iioy-20-81 Noal's Carriage Pu'mtu,
4mrK'G&!mF ftQtf t &f
IS THE TIME 1 ' .
Corner Hotel & Port Streets.
Your Attention To
and Cylinders of Steam Engines.
John EnA, Vice-President
Cccir. iluow.s', Auditor.