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SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1800.
OAHU RAILWAYS LAND CO.'S
To Take UfTcct August SO, 1800.
A.M. A.M. P.M. l'.M.
Loavo Honolulu 8:15 1:45 C:30J
Arrlvo llonoultull 0:49 2:40 G:34J
Loavo Honoullull. 5:4010:513:51 ....
Arrivo Honolulu.. C:H 11:55 4:55 ....
Saturdays and Mondays only.
I Saturdays only.
S S Zcahindla, Iloudlcttc, from San
Stmr Llkcllko from Maul
Stun" Iwalanl from Ilamnkua and Laha
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal
Stmr Walalealo from Kauai
Schr Mnrv from Hanalcl
Schr Kauikcaouli from Koloa
S S Zcalundla, Otorcndorp, for the Co
lonics Bktno alary Wlnkchnati, II Nisson, for
Schr Alary for Ilnnapcpo and Wahnca
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Hawaii for Ilamakua and llilo at
10 a m
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 p m
GARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Iwalani 28S1 bags sugar and 10
Stmr Walalealo 040 bags sugar, 20
bags rice, and 25 sundry packages.
Schr Maiy 040 bags paddy.
Schr Kauikeaouli 171)0 bags sugar.
Stmr Mokolll 10 head cales, 40 bags
sugar aud Si2 sheep
Stmr Likellko 2487 sks sugar, 40 sks
potatoes, 23 sks corn, 30 hogs, 31
hides, 82 pkgs sundries.
From San Francisco, per S. S. Zca
landia, Aug 30 Henry Adams, P Mahn
and wife, Miss A E Bcuner,Cnpt Matson,
Joseph Bittroff, Mrs Nlshwitz and
child, D Center, wife and three childrcu
Miss Patch, W O Peacock, wife and
child, Miss M Flaxman, II N Greeiiwcll
Miss Pindar, W D K Gibson, Miss Ida
M Pope, H J Gallagher, Mrs Saucedo,
Miss Ruth Hoppin, Mrs Anna Stratford,
A Hocking, W P Toler and wife, Miss
Jordan, JT Waterhouso and wife, Miss
Margaret Kcnwlll, Miss Wilson, Paul
Kolbe, Miss Carrie P Winter, Johu La
Farge, P S Woolsey, Miss N Lowrey,
Hon Edwin Wright and wife, Mrs J A
Lowell and infant, H Gilmon Aooki.
From Maui per stmr Likelike, Aug 30
Miss L Rowland, Mrs 2fokuina, 5
chil and sent, Mrs Sabina Hutchinson,
H Bisseu, wife and child, J P Saunders.
F Buchholtz, E. II Naoho, -Master A
Long, Miss Ahcong, M Moloka and son,
J Ferreira and 'J cliil, Mrs Kanianoulu
and 3 chil, G T SlcLeaU and wife, L J
Alencastre, wife and son, Miss M A
Clarke. A A Doiroti, .Nacayama, Thos
Campbell, R W Meyer and sou, Master
Bush, Misses S and A Bannister, CrR
McVeigh, 2 Chinese and 41 deck.
From Hamukua per stmr Iwalani,
Aug 30 Mrs W H Rickard, Willie Ka
maka, Mrs A P Brlckwood, L Jlen
drlckson and 8 deck. $.
From Kauai per stmr Walale, Aug 30
Z' Akina, Master Kakina, Masters ile
deman (2) and 11 deck.
Steamer Zealandia, K Van Otercu
dorp, commander, sailed from San
Francisco Aug 23d at 2 p in, with 45
cabin aud 1G steerage passengers, aud
140 tons of cargo for Honolulu, 47 cabin
and 48 steerage, anil ,1091 tous of cargo
for the Colonics. Arrived at Honolulu
Aug 30th at 10 a m. Fine weather. Will
sallfor the Colonies at 5 p m.
The barkentine Mary Wlnkelmau,
Captain N Nisson, sailed this noon for
San Francisco with 11,048 bags sugar
and 295 bnchsbanauas, shipped as fol
lows : II Hackfcld & Co, 9048 bags su
gar; O Bolte, 2000 bags sugar; Camp
bell, Marshall & Co, bnchs banuuis.
Domestic value, 3G7,211.01.
SAN FRANCISCO 8IIIl'lING NEWS.
Arrivals Aug. 22,' bark C. D. Bryant,
26iJays hence; Aug. 20, bark Forest
Queen, 27 days hence bktne Quickstep,
28 days from Hllo.
Departure Aug. 20, bktne Discovery
Bktne Amelia sailed from Poit Lud
low Aug 15 for Honolulu.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity.
Cathedral services :
Holy Communion G :30 a. m.
Morning prayer at 9 :JJ0 n. m.
Holy Communion and sermon at
10 n. in.
Hawaiian Evensong and Sermon,
3:30 p. m.
Evening prayer and Sermon, C p.
LESSON TO LEGISLATORS.
Frank Brown having extended
liis wine agency into the adjoining
store, formerly occupied by J. E.
Brown & Co., has found it desiiablo
to change the frescoed sign in the
window. This was being done to
day by a method that should be a
lesson to our legislators in economy
when they come to the final amend
ment of the Appropriation Bill.
The UJ." and "& Co." are indefin
itely postponed, and the lower han
dle of the "K." is stricken out,
making it an "F." The base of
the curve "F. Brown," is scarcely
level, but could be made so by add
ing "Esq,," or even a fat comma.
The terms of peace between Gua
temala and Salvador arranged by the
diplomatic corps imply the aban
donment of tho autonomy and in
dependence of Salvador. They aro
said to have been instigated by Pre
sident Barillas of Guatemala.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun U. S S. Aloft Itf goinfe ifilo
counnission nguin. .,
Mn. L. A. Thurston has opened a
law oilloo over Bisliop's Bank.
PiMBEit McLanc has our thanks
for iilos and other news favors.
Til hue will bo u union service at
Kawaialmo Olmrch to-morrow ovon-ing.
The Hawaiian natives wcro much
interested in thu North American
Suuar was 5.9-16 cents for Contri
fugals 00 text in New York on tho
Bin. Morgan's horso sale, which was
to have taken plnco to-day, has been
postponed until uoxt Tuesday.
TiiEltov. W. D. Wcstorvelt will
preach at tho Central Union Chuich
to-morrow, morning and evening.
Oapt. Rodin of tho schooner Olga
lately hoio has been stabbed by a
sailor at San Francisco, injury being
The now cruiser San Francisco
has beaten tho Government require
ment, on a trial run making 19J
knots with perfect case.
A hunch of small keys was lost
about noon, probably near tho Post
Olnco. Finder will be rewarded on
leaving it at the Post Office
A Melbourne despatch of Aug.
19 says, "It is likely that the mail
service betweon this city and San
Francisco will cease in November."
Joe Choynski, n pugilist known as
tho "California boy," is a through
passenger on the Zeulandiu. He
will give an exhibition at tho Com
mercial billiard parlor at 3 o'clock,
free to all.
A "Wild West Show" is going to
Sydney on the Zealandia, and will
exhibit at tho Opera House 'hero at
2:30 p.m. There a ro nine Indians
in tho troupe, including a half-whito
squaw and a papooso.
The U. S. F. S. Charleston arrived
at Newport, Oregon, August 24, 14
days from Honolulu ; took supplies
and sailed North. Those who said she
was going to tho Behring Sea instead
of to Central America can thcieforo
strut high and say, -'I told you so."
Mn. James A. Thomas, general
agent for A. M. Motley & 'Co., to
bacco manufactuicrs, Reidsville, N.
0., U. S. A., leaves by the S. S. Zeal
andia this afternoon for tho Colonies
on business. Mr. Thomas has been
here several weeks and has made
The soi vices of the second congre
gation of St. Andiew's Cathedral to
morrow (Sunday) will bo as follows :
11:15 a. m., morning prayer with ser
inon. Anthem, "The sun shall be
no moio" by Woodward. 7:30 p.
in , evensong with bermon. Anthem,
"Blessed aie tho. merciful" by, Hiles.
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor.
The rain having prevented tho
holding of tho Aiion picnic 'ti Ray
mond Grove this evening, and re
freshments which cannot be kept
having been propared for tho occa
sion, tho Committee of Management
have decided to give a dance at
Arion Hall this evening, beginning
at 8 o'clock, to which all members of'
the association aro cordially invited,
and at which the refreshments will
Some live years ago Mr. Marbden
now Noblo Marsden brought to this
country from tho West Indies seeds"
of the White Mahogany (Anacardian
Occidentals). One of these seeds
has developed into a tree at tho Gov
ernment Nursery, and is now .bear
ing fruit. The fruit is somewhat
pear-shapod, is very juicy, and much
like a crab applo in flavor. A sam
ple, which Mr. Willing of the nurs
ery has had thu kindness to, furnish,
'is on exhibition at tho Bulletin
Latest Foreign News.
XPcrS. S. ZeulamUa.)
San Fkancisco, Aug. 23.
Hundreds of buildings wcro
wrecked and scores of lives lost by
a tornado at Wilkesbarrc,I'a.,on the
Memorial services for the lute
Cardinal Newman were held in
many London churches Aug. 17."
Parliament was prorogued on the
18lh. The Queen's speech Baid an
offer had been made to the United
States to submit the Behring Sea
question to arbitration,
Eight hundred Haytian tropps in
vaded Santo Doraipgo and were re
pulsed with a loss of 23.
, Cholera is spreading along the
Mediterranean north to Valencia.
A strike on the New York Cen
tral will piobably become general
on Eastern railways. In a fight be
tween Piukcrton's men and strikers
20 men were shot.
Thousands of fatal cases of chol
era are reported from Japan, where
a rico famine also prcails.
Carl Einnnuelsen aud J. E. Kirke
were blowu to pieces by Lhe prema
ture discharge of a Dahlgren gun
on board the U, S. tlagship Omaha
There has been n wholesale mas
sacre of Christians at Moosli, Ar
meuta. Sixteen 'people were killed and
many injured in an accident on tho
Old Colony Railway, Musbuchu-setls.
WAiX, JBULLWTJJH UOJNULULU, II. 1.,
j. 'rs,w j-
Tho Houso resumed nt 1 :35
Section-12 of thu canlonicrs' bill
Section 13 was amended, on mo
tion of Rep. Brown, by substituting
"road authorities" for "Minister of
tho Intel ior," and passed as
Section 1-1. Each " cantouier at
his work shall wear, as a distinctive
sign, buckled on the loft forc-nnu,
a band of red cloth, with the num
ber of His section afllxcd in large
black figures. -A similar yellow
band shall indicate tho chief 'cani
Noblo Burcliaidt moved to strike
out words "foro arm" and substi
tute word "arm." .
Rep. Pachaolc meved to strike
out the entire section. People
would ridicule the road makers and
say, "See he's like a dog; he's got
his tag on."
Noble J. M. Horner thought it
important to bo able to distinguish
these men, and the red or yellow
ribbon on tho arm is not suflicient;
therefore, he moved that each can
tonier carry a flag 3 by 4 ft., on
a polo 8 ft. 2 in. higli, and on the
flagv shall be printed in large letters
tho word "cantouier."
Noble Baldwin moved the word
"Excelsior" be printed on the flag.
Noble J. M. Horner thought the
people in Hamakua would not know
they bad-any cantoniers up thoro
unless fthey were distinguished in
this way andSvould he writing
down to the Minister complaining.
As these men can't be seen by the
work they do (like the boy hoeing
corn who had to mark the place
where ho slopped so as" to know
where to begin again), they must
have something bigger than a red
Noble Crabbe moved they be in
structed in military drill.
Noble Muller moved they wear
the uniform of the late Honolulu
Rifles and cairy a gun.
Rep. Marques said Noble Horn
er's plan of the flag was nothing
new, for it was already provided for
in the bill. The flag was of sotr.u
use, because luecanldnior generally
tied up' his dog to the pole.
lRep. Kahookano thought" in a
country like this, whore everybody
knew everybody else, this was un
necessary. Everyone- would know
Noble Horner, for instance, without
tying a j'ellow rag to him.
Noble Horner withdrcwl his
amendment, and would vote to
strike out the section and all the
lections in the bill.
' Noble aubaWlbou'ghr tho 'sec
tion was Jy'cry well as it wak'Thero
was need" of some distinctive mark,
because, each cantouier is a sort of
policeman. He would suggest it be
& band on the hat.
i The word,"fore" was strupk out
and the section passed.
Section 15. The legulations of
tho Minister of Interior shall pre
scribe the necessary punishments
for dereliction of duty by the can.
toniers, in fines, dismissal or other
wise, and also the cases in wliich the
cantonicrs shall be removed or
transferred to different sections.
Rep. Brown moved to strike out
the word "shall," and substitute ,
The section as amended passed.
Section 1G was stricken out.
Section 17. The cantonieis may
be empowered to act as special
policemen in all what relates to the
police of tho roads, or as otherwise
regulated by the Minister of Interior
and the Attorney-General.
Rep. Brown moved to strike out
the end of the .section, and to sub
stitute tlie word "that" 'for "what."
The section passed as amended1.
Noble Marsden moved to strike
out Sec. 18 "The Minister of the
Interior shall issue tho necessary in
structions on road-making and road-
keeping or repairing, and on the po
lice regulations concerning public
roads and streets, for the use of the
cantoniers." These matters could
very well be loft to tho, local road
Tho next two section! passed.
Noble J. M. Horner moved to
strike out the preamble, which con
tained nothing but what had often
appeared in the papers before tho
day of road boards. Carried.
Tho enacting clauso and tho bill
as amended passed, to be read a
third time Tuesday.
DESEKTION OF MAUUIKO I'KItSONS,.
Third reading of bill relating to
desertion of married persons from
Minister 'Brown moved that tho
bill be Indetinitely postponed.
Rep. Kahookano moved it pass.
Rep. Waipuilani was in favor of
the passage of tho bill. It affected
natives more than any other nation
ality living in the kingdom. Under
the law hereby ro-eiincted the hus
band had some remedy against the
desertion of his wife. It prevented
her leaving him for trifling causes.
Rep. Pachaolc believed there was
much justice in the fault found with
the last Legislature for repealing
the law. Tliere was no other way
of compelling deserting wives to re
turn to their husbands. The reason
given in that Legislature for its ac
tion that natives sold their daugh
ters to men who compelled them to
live with them was unknown in
fact excepting perhaps a few isolal-
C(l CRSGS 4
ReiWNafjnlii Tsupporlcii this bill
and nmvcd'JthojDrAviou's .'question,
The ayes and noes wcro called on
the motion to indefinitely postpono
tho bill, when there appeared:
Ayes Ministers Cummins and
Brown; Nobles McCarthy, J. M.
Homer, Burchardt, Baldwin, Wnl
bridge, Anderson, Von Tcmpsky,
and Iscnborg, and Rep. Brown. -11.
Noes 'Nobles 'Bergcr, Muller,
'Pua, Kauhane, Cornwcll, G. N.
Wilcox, and Kanoa; Reps. Cutn
tnings, Luoaq, It. W. Wilcox, Bush,
Nawalii, Baker, Kahookano, Wai
puilani, Apiki, Pachaolc," White,
Kancalii, Kalua, Halstcad, Kamai,
Knudscn, Rico, and Ai S. Wilcox.
Noble Widemann on being called
said that he considered this a step
backward, but as all the native
members wished to take it he asked
to bo excused from voting.
Nobles Macfarlnno, Phillips,
Crabbe, Hind, and Marsdcn, and
Reps. Marques, Kaulii, and A.
Homer were also excused.
The House went into committee
' of the whole, Noble Marsdcn in the
chair, for consideration of the Ap
Rep. Brown moved to take up
Sec. 4, contingent items. Carried.
Expenses Supreme and Circuit
Courts, 5000. Passed.
Steam tugs, $5000. Passed.
Support of prisoners, 815,000.
Maintenance of Insane' 'Asylum,
Cjrarantinc expenses, 83000.
Leper settlement, 25,000. Pass
ed. Pay of police, 815,000 Passed.
Incidentals, civil and criminal ex
penses, 85000. Passed.
Coroners' inquests, 81000. Pass
Minister Brown, in answer to a
question, said none of the preceding
items would be expended except m
case of unforeseen contingency.
Rep. Brown moved that items in
the bill reported on by committees
be considered. Carried.
FOREIGN EDUCATION OF HAWAIIAN
Education j)f Hawaiian youths
abroad, 83000. Committee had re
commended that youths only who
have graduated from some of the
higher schools at home should be
sent abioad for education.
Rep. Kalua said this was a de
parture from the former practice
of sending numskulls abroad be
cause they had favor at court.
Noble .Widemann moved, to amend
to S5000, with the- proviso that a
candidate, for education abroad
must be recommended by the prin
cipal of one or other of the higher
institutions of learning in the king-,
Rep. White moved for 810,000,
wliich would be necessaiy in order
to give a thorough education to
even a very limited number.
.Noble J. M. Horner-iwas not in
sympathy with this item. The
810.000 should be spent in making
a good school at home. They had
a fine healthy climate here, and
could obtain teachers as good as
any in the world Formerly people
in California sent their children
East to be educated, but more for
tho name than for any greater ad
Vantages. Now people from other
countries were sending their chil
dren to California to be educated,
Rep. R. W. Wilcox asked from
what other countries. ,,
Noble Horner said from these
islands. He thought this. sending
of children abroad by the Govern
ment was a great mistake. Was it
intended to be only for native Haw-
annns, or for any children born in
the country? He behoved that if
passed it ought to apply to any
child born in the country.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox Baid such
was the case. The hon. -Noble
could have his children sent abroad
if he could not affo'rd it himself, but
probably bis' sense of pridefwould
prevent him from accepting- aid
.from the fund. ;. k
Noble Horner, referring to the
bitterness evoked in the House by
the pay of teachers, said that much
of Ibis difficulty would bo removed
if they expended this $10,000 at
home in' the normal training of
teachers. There were young Hnw
alians who had not been educated
abroad who weio a ciedit to tho
country. Look at the Secretary of
Rep. Bush said the Secretary had
been abroad, or he would not be
what he is. ....
Rep. Cuminings said that another
roan who hud been abroad changed
the last elections.
Noblo Homer spoke further in
behalf of spending money on a nor
mal Bchool. There might bo bene
fit in sending youug men of promise
abroad to learn medicine, engineer-,
ing, etc., which could not bo learned
here, but as for making lawyers he
would not spend anything.
Noble Cornwcll spoko of several
Ilawaiinns who left by to-day's
steamer, ono of whom was goiivj to
Yule law school, he having got as
far advanced in this country-as was.
Noblo Horner asked If the Gov
ernment paid for him.
Noble Cornwcll replied that this
young man's parents were able to
pay his way, but tho item was for
young llawalians without rlch
friends, lliat was why JjueMBup-
ported S10.0U0. There were not i uug aa-oo-iy 'l' -jp-F t - - -...b -.s, ';M$m
AUGUST 0(3, iouu.
many Hawaiians loft, and they
should be well treated. (Applause.)
Noblo Widemann said ho had
sent ten young Ilawaiinns abroad,
having nowbegun with his grand
childicn. The trouble had hitherto
been that no caro was used in selec
tion, hut they proposed to retnbvc
this by means of a provision to re
quire ceiUficatcs of proficiency.
Noblo Horner asked what about
the poor young fellows who were
not so smart.
Rep. Brown would support 810,
000 with thu proviso that had been
moved. He icfcrrcd to the young
Hawaiian (Harry Grube) sent to
Boston early in 1887 to have his
talent for engraving fully developed.
In supporting the item he meant
that it was lo bo expended for none
except youths of Hawaiian blood.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox urged the
importance of education in the Eu
ropean languages, the highest cul
ture not being attainable in English.
"Knowledge is power." Ho moved
to pass the item at 815,000.
Noble Kauhane spoko in favor of
the proposed method of selection.
Rep. Knuhi spoke of the large
amount spent for this object. Ono
of tho youths sat at tho end of that
row of scats. Two or three others
were about town. All that the one
in that seat brought back was an
The itempasscd nt 810,000 with
v-he foregoing proviso.
The committee lose and Nobl
Marsden presented its report, which
Notices of committee meetings
Rep. Brown thought that to-morrow
might as well be devoted to
committee work, and he would move
the House adjourn till Monday
The House adjourned at 4 :00 till
10 o'clock Monday morning.
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LL persons aie hereby warned
against shooting: or ticsptissluc on
the lauds owned by me in tlie District
of Walplo aud Waikele, Ewa, and on
the laud ou Wailcakalutia, held by me
under lease. All persons so shooting
or trespassing will be piosecuted to tho
full extent of tlie law.
C. A. BIIOWX.
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