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THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1890.
OHU RA1LW Tr& LAHd"cO.S.
To Tuk Hirer t AdRiint i., iniio.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
An' ovorneur is wanted for
farm noai Honolulu.
At noon to-niouoW the S. H. Aus
tralia will sail for Sun Franohco.
In Mi. FiahelV udvcrtixemetit
ilny ho uilil no facts to those
!l:l!l 10 :M
1 1 is iiiito;
a : is d:;Uj
Satuiday.s and Mondays only.
t Saturdays only.
Stun- Kuala from .Molokal
Aug UH -Selir
.wary K Korloi from ICauai
Kehr Hoi W.ihtno for IColmlalelc
Stmr Pelc fur l.nlialna and Kuknlaii at
Hehr Lavlnia for llautipepo
VtSSEL8 lEAVIHU TU-KORKOW.
S S Australia, lloudlette, for San Fian-
cisco at 12 in
.Stmr-0 K Ilishop for Walauae, Walalua
at !l a in
Htmr Kuala for Knliiiluu ami ICoolaii at
A j in
CARCOES FROM" ISLAND" P0RTS7
Stmr OK Bishop 700 bags snRar, :1S
hides, 200 lings rice, 2'J bags bran,
121 bags laro, 008 bxs bananas, -121
bnclis banana', and 12 bxs grapes.
Schr'Mary E Foster 010 bags ougar
anil 100 bags rlco.
At !1:30 o'clock this afternoon uti
amendment giving $"00 instead of
$500 pur mill' subsidy to tbo Ouliu
Ituihvav passed in the l.cgislatun' by
ii vote of 28 to 18.
Mn. II. Coinwoll I'lili'iluini'tl at
ilinni'r, ul her ieidcnc-, .ludd Micel,
last, evening Col. Oluiw HprecUels
.Mm. Sjueukfls, Mi.su SpicekeK and
other invited guc.sl..
Tin: mail to yo by the Australia
will close lo-tiioi row inorniiig, foi io
irlult'ii'il lettoin and imioel-i al 10
o'clock, anil for olliot lettcm and
papers -it o'clock.
A mi:;jiu:i: of Cla-a A. in (lie Che.
Tourney now in propels availing
liiinelf of the hint contained in (ho
ilcin ii'feriiug In tlic gniuu witli liv
ing Hgucr in Sydney, Auhlialia, Ii.ih
Hiieeeeded in capturing u queen
A nativi: tiicd to dihe a brake
between a moving street oar and a
standing hack al Pulamathis nioiuiug
The brake eolliding Willi the ear was
damaged, and its driver was thrown
under bis horse's feet, whence lie was
rescued Willi a bleeding head.
Til Rill' will be no Tourney games,
thin evening. To-nuniow evening
Gluts B will play as per tchcdule to
lio announced at tho same time.
White and Eldtedgo will try conclu
sions. Saturday night (!car vs.
"White and Ale.andcr vs. Ltnigc.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
31 11 M S Acorn, Pollard, from a cruise
SS Nlpsle, MeUurlev, from llllo
iH S Claudlne, W M Dodd, from Glas
Uk Magnnt, O Faust, from New Castle,
Bk W B Godfrey. 11 Dnli.1. from San
Ilk Harvester, II R Lewis, Irnm Dela
ware Uk Columbia, W G Goodman, from Tort
Ilk Matilda, Carl J Sweuson, from De
Bk l'mil Isciilicrg, F J W oilers, from
From Walalua per stmr C It Bishop,
Aug 27 .lames Smith, 2 others and :i."
The steamer W G Hall is due early
to-morrow morning fiom Hawaii and
Maui. She returns bcfoic her usual time
to catch the steamship Australia which
leaves.at noon for San t'ranclsco.
The barkentine Mary Wlukelmnn,
Captain N" Nisson, took in .sugar to-day
from the steamer Hawaii. She will
probably sail on Saturday, Aug 50th,
lor San 'Francisco with sugar.
Tin? Captain and OOleeis of the
V. H. Ship Nipsio will give a farewell
reception on board next. Wednesday
night, Sept. Hrd, beginning at eight
o'clock. Invitations aie being issued,
and boats will be at Brewer's whaif
to take invited guests to the ship on
On Tuesday night some person or
persons unknown broke into Mr.
Cunha's Waikiki l evidence. The
houso was unoccupied at the time.
Two doors wore bioken open, appar
ently with a chisel, and ii thhd in
effectually attempted. Nothing has
been missed, except a. key, which
may have been taken to operate
Let uie say: Well, Mr. Wheat, I
am glad that you and ' can shake
hands on that closing paragraph in
my communication of the 18lh in
stant. If you'will he true wheat,
and not bogus wheat, wishing
truth tellers to have their hands
'perish," I will be glad to co-oper
ate with you and all such true Ha
waiian patriots. Anti-Boous.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
There's a. member who's named
Who thinks he nn Irish duke is.
Ho got under the ban
Of Lord Widemann,
Who thinks that of bills ho a bad
A bear garden might be an attrac
tion at the further terminus of the
railway when built, hut it is scarcely
an appropriate starting point for the
railway bill. Keep your tempers,
gentlemen, and you'll get there just
CONCERT AT WAIKIXI.
The initial band concert at Wai
kilci Villa,.last evening, was success
ful. A large number of persons at
tended, and many more would havo
done so had the means of transport
ation been adequate. The grounds
about the Villa were ornamented
with Chinese lanterns, and benches
and chairs were placed about tho
lawn for tho visitors. The evening
was delightful, hardly a breath of
air was stirring. The moon shone
aloriouslv through the trees and on
tho water, and the sounds from tho
sea blended harmoniously with the
music by the band. Some of tho
people strolled along tho beach,
others were in bathing and on tho
water in boats. Tho band, under
tho leadership of Trof. II. Berger,
was stationed near tho water and
played eight pieces with their usual
excellence. Neatly printed pro
grammes of the concert were distri
buted. Untieing between pieces
was indulged in and continued after
tho concert. Tho event was very
enjoyable and wub characterized by
sociability and tho absonco of row
By last steamer, Me. Jas. Welsh
received a letter stating that Joe.
Choynski, the California Boy, the
great lighter of the day, will go
through to Australia on the Zea
landia, and will be accompanied by
Geo. Lo Blanche, (tho Marine) Cham
pion middle weight of the World.
Mr. Welsh says these gentlemen will
give a private exhibition during their
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Kamehameha Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. and A. S. 11., at 7:30.
Band Concert at Thomas Square,
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at Thomas Square,
this evening at 7:30 o'clock, ren
dering the following programme:
March Coronation Meyerbeer
Oveiture Morning, Noon and Xight
Duet 11 Trovatore Verdi
Selection Mignon Thomas
One, Two, Thieo and Four. Maui Girl.
W l'AKT II.
Medley German Marches.. Scidengla nr.
Gavotte Welcome Kltics
Waltz The Source Waldteufel
Polka Ked and Black Coole
iiKKonr. noi.i:, .i.
Tuksday, Aug. 2(5.
In re bankruptcy of Harry Can
non. Bankrupt's petition for dis
charge." The bankrupt having taken
the oath on tho 30th ult., it is order
ed that ho be discharged. P. Neu
mann for petitioner.
In ro estate G. Ah Nee of Kukui
hacle, Hawaii. Petition of J. F.
llackfeld, administrator, for allow
ance of accounts and discharge.
Ordered that tho accounts he ap
proved and tho administrator dis
cbaiged. P. Neumann for peti
tioner; petitioner in, person.
AN Overseer on a small ranch near
Honolulu. Addiess "0," Bui.
j.y.TlN Olllco, . 0 f
GOOD Cook for a rauch ou Hawaii.
Apply tUls ouice, w u
FOR EDUCATION ABROAD.
Antonc Perry is going away by
the Australia to-morrow, with the
intention of taking a lour years'
course at tho academy of Yale, and
then entering the law school of that
institution. Ho graduated . last
year from Oahu College. and has
since taken a post-graduato course.
Antono will bo missed by many
friends, and not tho least from first
base in the Star Baseball Club.
Tho brothers Lyraan left last Sa
turday for tho States Levi C. to
take a courao in the Boston school
of Technology, and Henry J. K. to
attend Oberliil College. In the
former school tho students nro in
structed in arts and sciences, being
taken out to visit factories, etc
and during vacations detachments
mako long journeys to investigate
the workings of mines or other great
THE ONLY PAPER read by nil
classes "Tho Dally Bulletin." 60
cents per month.
TiiciiJUUY, Aug. 2S.
The House met at 10 o'clock.
lir.poitT.s ok coMMinr.j:.
Rep. Knhui promised tho icporl
of the select coiiiiniltec on Sister
Hoiu Gertrude's charges to morrow
or next day.
Rep. Rickard icad a first liitiu by
titles three bills, to lelievu ccrtnin
articles from customs duties, lo
amend the lax hwv, and to amend
the compulsory uchool ago lnw.
Rep. ICalu.i' read a Ihbt lime lj
title u bill lo hclile title of tho Mrs.
Rep. P.icliuolc rend u first lime
by title a bill lo amend the tax law.
lioad a second liuie by title and ic
f erred to committee ou that Mibjict.
Noble Muller, on tubpension of
the rules, picseiilcd a petition from
Robert Mine & Co., for $'103.3(1 for
work done on the l'alucu walls.
Refencd to select, committee, nit
Rep. Wuipuilani read n tir;t lime
by title his hill to encourage the
cultivation ol coffee.
Minister Peterson lead a first
time hi bill lo amend the law relat
ing to pound.ii and estrayj.
Minister Peterson aUo lead a first
time by title his bill to amend tho
Act lo mitigate, etc.
oimr.K ok Tin: day.
Consideration .of the Oahu Bail
way Bill on second reading.
The President stated the motions
Noble Muller questioned the Attorney-General
relative to the sub
sidy, and, on receiving his reply,
said that if the bill provided for two
subsidies it was outrageous to bring
such a bill before the House, ami
li'i would support the. motion to in
definitely postpone it.
Noble Burchardt moved lo amend
the third section by, making the
subsidy "four" hundred dollars a
mile a year instead of "live" for
the term of five years.
Rep. Kalua asked leave to with
draw his motion to indefinitely post
pone the bill.
Kep. Brown held that the pay-
-nictit of the subsidy under the old
law was a matter of discretion wilh
the Minister of the Interior, but lo
remove all doubt section 7 could be
amended to exclude that biibsidy.
Noble Maofarlane objected to the
lion, member discussing another
section than that before, the House.
Kep. Brown claimed he had a
right to answer an argument used
by Noble Muller for the indefinite
postponement of the bill.
Noble Macfarlane, on getting
Iicp. Brown's opinion further,
moved an amendment, making the
subsidy of four hundred dollars, as
proposed by Noble Burchardt, pay
able for track "hereafter" con
structed under "this Act," instead
of tinder "its charter."
Noblo Phillips moved to amend
the sections by inserting the words
"two thousand dollars for each mile
oompleted and accepted by tho
Minister of the Interior, and there
after," between the words, "ahall
pay a subsidy," and the words, "of
live hundred dollars each year,"
etc. he could not understand tho
altitude of some members, who
were heaping factional amendments
on the bill. (After an interruption
from Noble Hind tho speaker con
tinued.) A great deal had been
said by members who knew little of
the subject about the building of
Pacific railway lines in America and
the jobbery, etc., therewith con
nected. Those uiilways were help
ed not out of favor to their promo
ters but as matters of great national
policy. The Dominion of Canada
had pledged its credits to tho
amount of two hundred millions for
the construction of its transcontin
ental line. And what did they see
nil through the States? Cities and
towns paying heavy subsidies just
lo get railways to pass through tbein.
There were members from the other
islands assuring tho House that tho
Oahu railway would never pay, but
the lion, member for the first dis
tricts feels positivo that it would
pay from the very inception. Whom
were they to believe, those outsiders
who know nothing about tho mat
ter, or tho lion, member who knows
every foot of tho island? It had
been urged that they should wait
for tho . result of United States
tariff legislation, but that was tho
very reason why the railway should
bo pushed forward. It was the very
thiucr to save the country from her
ing put into a hole.
Noblo Hind Not at the dictatiou ,
of three men.
Noblo rhillips did not care how
few the promoters were, so long as
they prosentcd facts and figures that
could not be gainsaid, Returning
to the tariff matter, he believed thnt
tho day the United States took tho
duty off sugar, that very day would
botho dawn of an era of the great
est prosperity ever known in tho
Hawaiian Islands. The people
would begin looking about them and
for the first time realize the extent
of the country's natural resources.
Fortunes might not bo made so ra
pidly by tho few sugar planters, but
tho general prosperity would be im
Nobic Muller was against voting
a large subsidy, as the plantations
along tho lino wore already paying
most of tho taxos derived from their
I districts, Consequently tliero was
a pour prospect of the country be
ing repaid the expenditure pro
posed. Noble Phillip said this argument
us not fair. Two years ago the
lands along the portion already built
did not yield anything like tho laves
they did to-day.
Rep. Rieku'rd said that if the
country members did not know
Tliri Anal Picnic
NOW IS THE TIME 1
inueh about Oahu, they fully under
stood the Appropriation Bill. They
could see that the country could
not afford to pctid all the money
that they wore asked to appropriate.
The maximum production of sugar
had been almost i cached.
Rep. Brown said that between
Honolulu and Waialua there was
enough sugar land to produce f0,
0.00 tons a year, according to the
csilinates of able engineers.
Rep. Rickard cornpnrcd the. sub
sidy asked with the ordinary reve
nue of the country, arguing that the
sub-sidy was beyjind tho country's
resources, lie disclaimed sellish
motives in his opposition lo the hill.
Minister Brown was surprised, as
Minhtor of Finance, to ho informed
by the lion, number for llamakua
that tho country wan on tho verge
of bankruptcy, llu had not been
aware of this statu of things, but
considered the financial prospect of
the country inoro hopeful than over
before. It was his opinion that
lhe3e unsatisfactory conditions only
existed in tho imagination of the
lion, member. The lion, member
was to-day very much opposed to sub
sidies, but the speaker anticipated
that a change would come over the
spiut of his decani when tho subsidy
to the llamakua telephone lines
came up. There was nothing that
paid belter to subsidise than rail
ways, as tlicy circulated a great
deal of money and opened up the
country. He would prefer to pay
subsidies lo railways than to ocean
steamers, as in the case of railways
the money was expended in the
Rep. Bickaid disclaimed having
said that the national treasury was
bankrupt, and expressed willing
ness to pay small subsidies to new
Rep. Lucas quoted the National
Reform Paity's platform in favor
of encouraging railways, and said
he believed the Reform Party also
promised to encourage railways. It
was said that England's strength
was in her national debt, and if Ha
waii went further in debt it would
be stronger. Many people got
credit by getlingiu debt. (Laughter.)
Let Chinamen build the railroad;
when through the' could work on the
plantations, for there would be
twenty-four new ones started when
it was built. (Interruption. ) Yes,
and the man that made that rcmaik
made money on plantations. Those
two new plantations would never
have been thought of except for the
Noble Hind claimed that ho did
know something about the island of
Oahu. He had something to do with
a sugar mill on the other side many
years ago, and then formed a poor
opinion of the land, which nothing
in this discussion had removed.. The
House was not in possession of any
information that would justify' pay
ing one dollar for a railway round
Oahu. He contended that the Ko
hala railway was a case in point.
He believed his opinion was entittled
to as much weight a3 that of the
lion, member for the first district, as
he took the disinterested view of a
Hawaiian while that gentleman be
ing interested in lands affected took
the local view. This subsidy be re
garded as a swindle and he would
support the indefinite postponement
of the section.
Minister Cummins, in reply lo
the lion. Noble, said that the failure
of the Kualoa mill was not due lo
poor land, but lo the mill being too
large in proportion to the crop. Ho
named several extensive lands in the
same district which wero good sugar
Noble Isenbcrg believed that a
railway round the island would be a
great benefit. It would enable
small landholders to raise sugar cane
and sell it to the mills, as was done
in the caso of sugar beet raising in
Germany. He considered S2000 a
mile a handsome subsidy for this
Government to pay, but might vote
for 82000 as in the bill. If the road
was all built in fivo years, that would
be about $200,000. As there hurt
been a good deal of discussion, he
moved the previous question.
Previous question lost.
RecesB from 12:0.') to 1:30.
At Eemoiid Grove !
n net R. RB B P B
OB SaTORDAY, Alt 30111.
TRAINS WILL LKAVH HONOLULU
al 1:0(1. 2:00, U:u, 7 :00 nml ii :.lu
o'clock I'. M.
TRAIN'S WILL I.IJAVK HKMOXD
(iliOVIC at 1:10. r:()0, &..10, 12:00
and 1-2:1." oVlnok r. M.
To i'oiiiiiicuck after llu- anival of the
Hist train, consisting of Basi-hnll, Sack
and Foot Uaee. Apples m the Suing,
and oilier g.iuies to uimin young and
old. Miimhlo pic-cnls will lie awarded
to the tlicci-ssfid competitors.
hurlng tho afternoon and evening by
the Royal Hawaiian Hand.
Qodiety of the United States,
Are now selling their Hondi, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
Tho following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUAFMNTEED FOR LIFE,
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.'
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and ecu lain; aiuKits
popularity unbounded. ,
York Sun, April -Uh, 1800.)
DANCING AT 7 P. M.
FOR SAX FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
"Will leave Honolulu for the above
Friday, Aug. 29th,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
Win. Q. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
(138 lw Awite.
Th !jiirOKt l$U8iiiss Ever Transacted by a Life AHsnr-
The now business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fifty
MiLX.iOttDoM.Aits. This is at the rate of tico hundred tnillions of asmir- !
nnccj'or the year, and is unprecedented in tho annals of life assurance.- 4
JKSylnforination cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his oillce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRBGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S. .Tan-li90 .
This Space is Reserved
1'OIt salk 11Y
COJKNISK IIOTETj & FOIIT STREETS.
Agents foe Hawaiian IslaniU.
next term becln9 MOXDAY,
X September 1st. Xcw pupils
should apply at once. Foe further par
ticulars applv to
IVm. 11. OL1JSON",
028 21 1 l'elnelpnl.
Front Room at Xo.
&2 -I Adams Lunc.
Mia A NEATLY Furnished
$?-5s?w -- Fiout Room witli bonrd.
SiMS Inquire of
Fort st. oppo. Uhlueso Church.
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more commodious qunilort at
TVo. 2D IO-JRJr mfJEiTErV,
(Near the Custom House)
Wo are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, anyu
of the following High Class Aerated Reveragcs: ' .-
Plai, Sweet, bum, Strawberry or Cream
Savsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Wator, and Crab
Departure Bay Goal!
CtO'lTAGE on School street
I near Nuiiniui avenue,
containing 4 rooms and kit
chen, partially furnished. Apply
HAWAIIAN HUSINESS AGENOY.
f"pO rent or louse a Oiltngo
JL with about four ioouih;
about 10 minutes' walk from
town; nn King or llerctnnla street, to
waids tho Plains preferred. Address
"L. tc P.," thin olllco. (!2jMf
T ELl'.O Stnble3 at piesont
JLJ occupieit Dy uawaiinu
Using exclusively Iho HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
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GoiiKiusY Ruown, .Secretary ifc Treasurer.
Johk Ena, Vice-I'resldont
Ckoij, Bkown, Auditor.
given Auguit Ut.
Transfer Co., permission
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ron NAi.c nv
. TVJC. O.X-:rjlL.2?i5.
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apply at. tho Dairy.
mho Celebrated Rnn
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For further iiartlcnluU
a. m. hewett;
Aoccuntanti, Oollictori, Oommlsalon Agent! auJ
Onitom Houce Broken.
Now Lauding ex bail; "Matilda,"
Are at all times prepared to per.
form auy description of Clerical Work,
such as Auditing Accounts, Pot-tintf-up
Tradesmen's Hooka, Sinking Inventories
of Stock, Engrossing Legal DociimeuiB,
Etc. Competent and Hcliuhlo Freight
Cluika for tho delivery and tallying of
C2T Oftlco nt No. 1ft Kiinhuiiinnu
street. Post Olllco Hox No. lb'J, llu.
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Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgowoodl
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Rliiobeard Rlco Plow, Planters' Steel & Goosoneoked Hoca,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Vamielies A Brushes, Manila & Sisal Rape,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
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RU1H1ER, WIRE-HOUND of Biiporior quality, it
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