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THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1800.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAP COS
To Ttttu KflVct July li. 1HHO.
leave Honolulu S :-ir.
Arrive Hotioullull 10:0r.
Leave llonouliull H):3f.
Arrivo Honolulu ll:r..l
Bk Mugnat, O Faust, SO iluvs Iioni New
Catlo N S W
Simr Knnln for Walnnae. ahilua, iiml
Lulu at I p m
Sehv Kaiilkcnoull for llnl.iwit
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Finn- V (5 Mull for H:wiili nnd Maui at
10 u m
Slmr O K Uihop for WHlanne, Wnlalua
mid .Mol.ulciu at !) a in
Hehr Ku Mol for HHn
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PDRT.
v.-l 11 M ri Acorn, Pollard, from n oiuUo
' U S SNIpslo, MisOuiU'V, fiom llllo
H S Clumiliie, W M Dudd, from Glas
gow UUtnoJlarjMVinkclm.iii, II Nlon. from
Hk Wciiona, i! Thow. from Newcastle
Tent Maiy Dodge. .) T Gallup, from
111: W It Godfrey. II I)b?l. from Sim
Ilk Harvester. 11 15 Lewis, from Delaware
FOREICN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II II M Fl:ipsli' Warspitc fiom liiltiibli
IJr ship Bleugfield sailed fiom Liver
pool Apr 18, duo Aug Ul
Ger bk Faust, from New Yoik via Bra
zil Am bk Albert, Winding, from San
Francisco due Aug t
Brbklliiker from London, sailed Apr
15, due Aug 25
Ur bk Gli van from Liverpool, palled
July 10, due Nov K-:S0
S H Farallon from San Diego due Sep
S S Australia, from San FraneUco due
8 S Alameda from the Colonics eu route
to San Francisco due Aug 22
Am bk Mat tint Davis, V A Pendleton,
from Boston, sailed Apiil 25, due
Oor bk Paul lsenberg, F J Wolters,
from Liverpool, suileb Mareh 8, due
S S Zcalandia, from San Francisco, due
-Bklne Discovery, from San Francisco,
due Sept 4-10,
Bktms W H Dimond, from Sun Fran
cisco, duo Aug 2U-25.
llktuu Plainer, from San Fianciseo, due
The stmr Australia is due to-morrow
from San Francisco.
The bark W B Godfrey has finished
unloading her cargo of general mer
chandise, and was moved to Wilder's
wbarf to-dny to take in sugar.
The bark Mngnat arrived this morn
ing, 5G days from Newcastle, X S W,
with 007 tons of coal. She experienced
fine weather all the way.
EN A In Honolulu, August 21, 18D0, to
the wife of John Enu, a son.
CAMERON At the residenre of Mrs.
Morrison, 13 Fort stiect, August
aist, Mrs. Lizrto Cameron, beloved
wife of Capt. E. F. Cameron, of the
steamer Ilawaii, aged 47 ycais.
Er Notice of funeral later.
LANE Iu Honolulu, Augubtaist, 1800,
Mnry, wife ol V. C. Lane, aged CI
tSJT Interment at Hnuula, Oahu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Clasb B will play
tourney this evening,
The Amateur Baseball League
will meet to-morrow ovoning, 7 :3f),
ut tho Barracks.
Among tho expected arrivals from
tho Const to-morrow aro fiesh frozen
oysters at Nolte's.
DtmiNO tlio absence of Mr. J. F.
Colburn Mr. M. R. Colbum will act
for him under lull powor of attorney.
Stockholder of tho Honolulu
Dairy Co., aro to meet at Mr. Roth's
ofilco to-monow aftornoon f two'
Alaiiub and important credit sale
will bo conducted by J. F. Morgan
for T. H. Davies A Co.. on Monday
u ml Tuesday rioxt.
Mn, Morgan's regular horeo sale
beside tho Bum.btin ofnefs wan large
ly nttonded to-day. This hits becomo
u very popular event.
Mu. E. B. Thomas is creeling tlueo
ono-atory brick stores for Mi. R.
Lovo, on the city fiont side of Lovo'it
Bakery, Nuuanu btreot.
Mix. John Forreira d'Andriulo pub
lislios a card of thanks to tlioso who
visited him at tho Qucoii'h Ilospita
and to Mr. J. F, Eckardt, tho pur
veyor. Tins morning at about 1 o'clock,
hack No. 172, driven by Bon Tcnnrlo.
was coming into town from Punohou,
when fivo men attempted to stop it
ut the corner of Beretania and JCoo
numoku Btreots. Tho driver whipped
up his horso and loft them. They
chased him a short dictance, and then
gave it up a a bad job,
Tnt'Ksn.w, Aug. LM.
Tito House opened nt IU o'clock,
Noble McCarthy, on suspension of
tlio rules, proscnli'd a petition from
Honolulu with 107 signatures, thai
the railway bill before the House he
Ki:roirrs or committuki.
Nobln Mullcr presented tlui re
port of the commerce oommiltee
upon petition? relating to Ihn Illlo
Snn Diego btcmncr MibMdy, lecotn
nieiidlng tuny bu referred to Hie se
lect, commilleo on that subject.
iNohlo Mullcr piescnlcd Hip re
poitof the Hsune cominitlec upon
tlio bill to enoourngo Ihu oireuhilioit
of the paper, Paradise of the Paci
ni'. They believe that biieli a paper
promotes tourist travel, but do not
holicM' tho Government should pay
a subsidy to it, tliou'ioru recom
mend tin; bill do not pass.
Noble Mnufjrlano vci bally dis
hontcd fiom the rest of tlio commit
tee. Laid on tlio table, on motion of
Rep. Kmidscn, to be eousiilered
with tho bill.
Noble Mullcr presented the le
porr. of the samecoiimiiitee upon Uio
t'ommereial traveleis bill, lecom
lncnding certain aiuemlmcnh with
which the bill should pass. Adopted.
Rep. Brown moved the bill pars
Noble Crabbc gave his reasons
lor introducing the hill, and moved
it be referred lo the jndieimy com
mittee. Tlio bill pawd.
Nolilo Crabbc (tnlto voce) You
have killed 1113- bill.
jNoblc lsenberg presented reports
of the cdtti'ntioii committee upon
various matters referred to lliein, as
On icsolutioii of Rep. Itiekard,
that a dwelling house bu erected for
the teacher at Kawaihae, recom
mending that 500 ho granted for
the purpose. Adopted.
A sepaialo leport on the follow
1. On petitions for Englif.li
schools at "Waialua and Kamaln,
Molokai, recommending Unit they
bo laid on the table, as good schools
are in Ihe vicinity at, llalawn nnd
2. On petitions that independent
schools be paid for in like manner
as Government schools, and that .1
sum bo appropriated for them, 10
commending that they be laid on
the table, as independent schools
cannot he regarded as being on an
equality with Government schools.
Committee recommend, however,
that all independent schools to
which the Inspector - General of
Schools has access and is allowed to
examine should havo assistance from
the Hoard of Education, lo whose
judgment should always be left the
amount of such assistance.
3. On petition that an English
school be established at Kahanalea,
Puna, Hawaii, recommending that
it be laid on the table, as a good
school is at Makalapana near by.
4. On petition that a girls' school
be erected at Lahaina, recommend
ing that it be laid on the table, as it
is beyond the control of the Board
of Education to establish a school
for girl3 only.
f. On petition Hint Catholic teach
ers be appointed to teach Catholic
children, recommending that it be
laid on tho table, as in the Govern
ment schools under the care and
supervision of the Board of Educa
tion no difference to religious de
nominations is made or known, since
no religion .is taught.
G. On petition that the pay of
teachers be increased, recommend
ing, as the pay of teachers depends
on the supply aud demand of teach
ers, that this be left to the judg
ment of tho Board of Education.
However, the committee desires to
recommend nnd bring to the notice
of the Board that no teacher should
be paid less than one dollar a day.
7. On petition that nu English
school bo erected at "Waiehu, Maui,
recommending that it be laid on the
table, as good schools arc in the
vicinity at Wniluku and Waiheo.
8. On petition that S1500 be ap
propriated for tho Catholic school at
llulawa, on petition that ,52500 he
appropriated for the fomnlo semi
nary at Kohala, on petition that
8G000 be appropriated lor St. Louis
College, on petition that 5000 bo
appropriated for St. Mury's School
at Hilo, recommending that they be
laid on the tublo to bo considered
with the Appropriation Bill.
9. On petition that permission be
given to clergymen to givo instriui'
tion to hchool children, recommend
Ing'tluit It bo laid on the toblo, as
by law clergymen can givo instruc
tions to school children after hcIioo!
Signed by Paul lsenberg, Win.
II. Rice, Samuel Paikcr.
Rep. Kahookano presented tho
minority report of tho same com
mittee, by himself and Rep. Apiki,
dissenting from some of tho conclu
sions of tho majority.
Both reports wero accepted and
laid on thu table.
Rep. Bush presented the minority
report of committeo on the bill to
abolish konohikt fisheries. Laid on
tho table lo bo considered with tho
Itcp. Kalua reported progress
from the committee on tho Kalilii
Hospital chargej, statlnp; that It was
f EE LEI
D&ikit &Vkhmm iiuu.LiUJuy, , i..
intfinuc4 lo brlfig In a printed re 1 f
iS'oblu Walbildge pfeioiitad" (be
report of tho select liquor commit
rnitlco upon Rep. Mnrqucs's bill
providing for licenses to sell alcS)
wines, and beers. They consider
the object of the bill can bo holler
M-ived in a bill in preparation by
the committee, therefore recommend
the bill be Indellnitely postponed.
Noble Macfiulaue repotted that
the English vci sion of thu Finance
Committee's Repoit was printed,
and that the Hawaiian version would
bo ready S.1I111 (lav. Ordered to be
Noble Mullcr gave notice of a bill
to regulate the Keeping of hotels and
Rep. lliiMh frnvo notice of a bill
lo icguhite the importation and sale
Rep. Pachaolo moved a resolution
that the bill relating lo kokuas be
taken from the sanitary committee
and given to the select committee- lo
viit Ihe leper settlement. Adopted.
Rep. Brnwri gave notice of a bill
to amend the Act establishing the
oinir.ii or nir. n.vv.
Third leading of bill In quiet
titles. Parsed 011 motion of Noble
Thitd reading of bill relating to
licenses from the Interior Depatt
ment. Pissed on motion of Miuibtcr
Third leading of bill to pi ovule
for extra liials at Supreme Court
terms. Passed on motion of Min
Third reading of bill (0 reduce
Hip salmon license fee fiom $20 to
Noble Pita moved the bill pass
Rep. Kauer.Iii moved it lie inde
finitely postponed. Instead of help
ing the introducer's Hawaiian friends,
the bill would hurt them. It would
put lite business into the hands of
tho Chinese, by enabling them to
crowd out the Hawaiians.
Rep. Cuinmiiigs disagreed with
the lion, member for Wailuku. The
Chinamen were as a rule bettor able
to put up 1110820 than the Ilawai
'rins. He thought tho reason the
Chinese had not taken up the busi
ness was that being a thin-skinned
lace the brine hint their hands.
Noble Pua did not believe the bill
would enable the Chinese to drive
out the Hawaiians. A Chinaman
was satisfied with small profits, while
a native would bo discouraged if he
could not make a dollar or two on
every barrel. Give the bill a trial,
Recess from 1 1 :57 to 1 :30.
Senator Hoar has introduced a
bill for a monument in Washington
to General Israel Putnam, of Revo
Speaker Reed's course bos been
enthusiastically indorsed by every
Republican State Convention of the
The city of Tillln, Ohio, will put
in a natural gas plant, to supply
domestic consumers), in opposition
to the Standard.
Two Montana men make the as
tonishing complaint that they havo
spent $150 in a York Stale matri
monial agency and have secured no
A NICE Charlotte Russo is the pro
per dish for Recherche Dinners.
Mado to older at tho Ulito IcoCieain
BLACK and Tan Ter-
ller Doit, with name
if "llohhworth" on collar.
A Finder le warded at 25C
Ss King sticer, or Theo. H.
Davloi & Co.'s ofllee. 037 2t
DURIKO my absence from the King
dom my brother Marcus R. Col
burn will act for 1110 under full power
.TOI1N F. COMtURN.
Honolulu, Aug ai.lSOO. Hit7 3t
HON. S. M. DAMON will act for mo
under full power of attorney,
during my absence from the Kingdom.
W. F. ALLEN.
Honolulu. July 31, 1800. 022 lrn
ofllee will bo closed from the
20th Inst., for a fow mouths, dur
ing my abbenco from the Kingdom
RON. Curtis P. Iaukca Is authorized
until fiuthrr notice, to collect ull
Crown Lund rents, and to givo receipts
for tho same.
Crown Laud Agent.
Honolulu, Aug. 1'.', 1800. CU.'i it
TIIE best icmedy for
galls, proud llosh and
bores of every dcscrbi-
'-tlou to persons or ani
mals. Adopted by leading horso rall
load, club and livery subles, etc., In
tho United States and elsewhere. Wo
arc prepaied to piovu this statement by
testimonials aud lcfuicuccs to planters
and liverymen in this Kingdom,
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
A LARGE assortmontof rhotographs
and Stercoscoplo Vlows of thu
most attractive scenery, buildings, etc.,
In theaa Islands, for sale at reasonable
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AQENOY,
Corner Fottand Metclmnt streets.
Ilit oxtail v lliiijf
- . . . r-
Will stand (of a short 111111! at
Greonllald Stables, Kaptolant Park.
Ddkk Hi'KNrint Is a daik bay, 4 years
old; stands fi.j luuiili hli;h-,"khiil and
r m & t tj it. i: 12
Hy Diki! of Ku Silt.
1st dam I.011 Spencer by Norfolk
2nd dam Ballet bin. ..by Imp. Ualrownie
3rd d 11 111 Ilcimie Fanow
by Imp. Shamrork
lllulani Id 1 by hup. Unlsliii7.ar
nth dam Madam Itoslcy (Gamma's
Dam) I by Hr Rlchai d
6th dam Nancy Nlrhol. . .by imp. Knglc
7th dain Hot. Itoslev
I .bv Wilkes Wonder
Stli dam by Clinnticlcor
Olh dam bviinp. Sterling
10th dam N. . .by Olodhw
lllh dam by imp.'Sllvi'reye
1 tli dam by imp, .lollv Roqcr
tntb dam by imp. 'Partner
11th dam by imp. Monkey
b'ltli dam imp. main from the stud of
lbuiion, of Uraudon
S? HeM of euro taken with nnlniuK
In iMBO of accident no responsibility
will bo assumed.
W. ir. IlICKAItD,
022 I f
Dr. Josonh Unas'
Hog it Poultry Remedy !
Tlia Only Scientific Svlae Remedy.
It eots to feed Haas' Remedy, as a
preventive and arrester of desease, from
fiO cents lo SI por hog dining Its life
time. BfcS-For sale with instruction? for use
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Oil! lw .V2 Fort Mivet.
Studio, No. 27 Alalxoa Strcot.
Formerly of New Yoik, -would Inform
the public that Bbe is prepared to till
all oideri for Pastels, Oil, Water Colors
and India Ink Portraits.
ES?" Samples of work can be seen at
Studio and Hamilton Ilotiue Parlor..
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
Accountants, 'Oolleotors, Osinmlcdon Ageuts and
CastoQ Honeo Broken.
Aro nt all times prepared to per.
form any description of Cloriciil Wotk
such as Auditing Accounts, Posting up
Tradesmen's Books, Making Inventories
of Stock, Engrossing Legal Documents,
Etc. Competent and Reliablo Freight
Clerks for the dclivory and tallying of
(SrOfllcc at Hcstacr & Roiiisutso.n's,
Queen street. Post Ofilco Box 18D, Mu.
tual Telephone 1(1; Bell Telophono 414
THE next term begins MONDAY,
September 1st. New pupils
should apply at once. For further par
ticulars apply to
Wm. B. OLESON,
fi28 21t Principal.
A GOOD Cook for a ranch on Hawaii.
Apply at this olllce. fiOU tf
SITUATION by an Expoiieuced Man
as ilrst-chihs cook; fully under
stands catering hi all Its branches.
S. .1. II.
Art Lessens, Painting; and
rpiIE studio of D. Howard Hitchcock
X Is open to pupils for Landscape or
Still Life Painting, Perspective and
Outdoor Sketching Clashes. Visitors
always welcome to the studio. 03.r lw
A NICELY KuriiUhod
$& rX. Front Room at No.
i 4 Adams Lano. (131 tf
TO rent or lease a Cottago
with about four rooms:
iibout 10 minutes walk from
town; on King or lioictania streets, to
wards tho Plains preferred. Address
'L. ifc P.," this ofilco. OL'L' tf
L1CLEO Stables at pieeiit
occupied by Hawaiian
Transfer Co., pennli-Hlon
given August 1st, Apply to
COS tf J. a. WALKER.
NOTICE to HORSEMEN!
rpho Celebrated Run
X nlng Stallion "She-
uaiuloah" will stand
this season at tho
For further particulars
apply at tho Dairy,
OHO 11 1 1)
axigu&t si, iewt,
II I'll M lll'lll.
Bay For -.'ile at all leading irone
iles. MITCHELL & PETERSON,
drtj S. F. Agents. TJ2t
n.i.i's-i iiA-i i:i with
Numerous Maps and Sketches,
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
023 3w .j Merchant St., Honolulu.
Froin Bremer BatMellBr,
From Aug. Reuter, Rueileslitlm,
From J. C. Glade, H. Lstastein.
For sale at all prices by
H. W. SGHHDT &
HENRY M. STANLEY
IN DARKEST AFRICA
Thocomr'ctoBtorynf Stanley' rccont Uitllllur
mltonturoa anj tlio dlKliwuro o( hit ImpotUui
aicoTir;p4wllUm)car (cr tlio flrst tlmo In tho
otk written Iiy lilnjwlf, onlitl.yl "In Darkest
Afrl'a. ' D not lo ilocolvej by any nt Uio lo
called "Htanlry book" now btlnL' nlti-rpj a, Von
ulne"and "authentic.' To no uuo of these lias
otanicyconinuuuHi a una.
Therel anonticitlnnaliout th'i fitatm.-nL lu.rno.
mrreotill every nanicunr wop.ua
will kIo pa'tlculnrj on replication.
. t. ... .i. .- 7.
Wo RtianiiiU'u It. aud
In onUr not to l-o ni'i.&l. sia
tlmt tlio Look Inurv thu Ita.
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
And that tho canrHint' tirut carrlrn a cert I flea t
of oiftiiicy from i.a.
A. L BANCROFT C0l
132 POST STREET,
General Agents for the Pacific Coast.
J. W. Chamberlin,
Sole Agent for Hawaiian Kingdom.
Steal Jot Printing
Thin olllce having added a large vailety
of the liitct stylci of
Elegant Type I
To Its Job Pilnting Rcom
Is better prepared than ever to execute
all Ot-ders in that line, comprising;
, UUUUUtllV uiubviu
Programmes, Etc, Elo.,
ALL AT LOW KATES.
"Dally Bulletin Ofllee,"
NOW IS THE TIME 1
The Equitable Life Ass
Society of tho United States,
Are now selling their llonds, and upon caiy terms. The additional fca
turo of Insuranco goes with every l'ontl.
Tho following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
Tho Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, ami its
From the iVeto York Sun, April -Uh, 1890.)
Tho Lnr&esl Business J2vor Transacted by .1 IjII'o Assur
Tho now bunlncsH of the Equitable Life Assurance .Society of New
York for tho flr3t quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fifty
aliLLioN DoLL.utfl. This is at tho rate of txco hundred millions of (insur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in tho annals of life assurance.
fiS7Iufortnation cheerfully furnished to any who will write lo or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. GARTWRBGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S. . Jan-1-90
I rKIri r
I ELEfeg Ls
GREAT REDUCTION !
To make 100111 for an
immense New Stock of floods
tralia, August 22nd,
Embroidery Skirt Lengths, all-over embroidery ;
Linen Lawns, Victoria Lawns, 10 yd pes;
India Linen, Dotted Swiss,
Latest Styles in Rummer Ditw Goods,
A LARfiE ASSORTMENT IN
Figured Sateens, 20 cts per yard;
Spsoialty in Genuine Black Diamond Hosioiy,
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
BoyTs Suits &
Gents', Ladies' k
S. EHRLIOH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
Having romovod our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarters at
FTo. SO IFOJR.T TJaEJlErJ?,
(Near the Custom House)
We aie now piepated to furnish at sboit notice, and of prime quality, any
of thu following High Class Aerated Uoverageh:
Plain, Sweet, Lemon, Strawberry or Cream Soda,
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron "Water, and Grab
Using exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLBJSTER & CO.,
FOIST NTKKET. : :
E. R. IlKNimr, President & Manager.
GOUKUEY Buown, SeeictaryA Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. MprcckvlH Itnnk, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qonuine Haviland China, plain
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chandollora & Elcctoliors,
Lamp Fixtures of ull kinds, A complete assortm't of Drills & Files,
The "Gazelle" 3-whcclcd Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rico Plow, Planters' Steol &. Goosoneeked Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, VaruUhcs it Ilrusbcs, Manila ft Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
X-iffose, JBCoHe, Hose, ft
ItUUJJEK, WIRR-nOUND ol superior quality, fc STEAM,
A gate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot & Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stook for Pipo & Bolt Threading,
Hartntan's Steel Wire Fence & Steel Wiro Mats,
Win. G. Fisher's Wrought Sttol Raujje,"
Gato City Btouo Filters,
"Now Process" Twist Drills,
uov-20-80 Near Carriage Painlo,
& FOliT STREETS.
to arrive ox Aus-
: : :
- MM AialraFtaiaiqnrnBBaaMHaMM
John Ena, Vice-President
Ckcii, Ruown, Auditor.
and decorated; and Wedgowood