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SATURDAY, SKl'T. 27, 1800.
OAKU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
Til TuUf RflVrt AnnilHt ItO. INflO.
A.M. P.M. I'M.
.... 8:15 1:15 6:30:
.... 0:10 2:10 0:34
r.MO 10:51 iliol ....
0:14 11 :"i"i 4:rn" ....
Sattudays nud Monday? only
Stuir Wataleale horn Hnmakua and T.a
tnilna 811111' Mokolll from Molokul
Sehr Luka f Kim lfohalu
H 8 AiiuiH'dii, Moreo from tan Fran
cisco VESSE.S LEAVIMC T0-M0RR0W.
3t M S S Ahmeda, Morse, for tho Colo
nics lit ! u m
"VESSELS LEAV NG MONDAY
ytmr J - Cummins for Wainianalo at
0 a in
Stinr Mokolll for Molokal at 13 p m
Stinr Jas Makec for Kupaa at 5 p m
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Walaleale 2540 bags sugar.
Stmr Mokolll 71$ b.igs sugar, 10 cattle,
0 calves. 82 sheep, 5 hotes, and 23
ban els molasses.
Sehr Luka 1S00 bag sugar.
From Hamakua per stmr Walaleale,
Sent 27 P.larrett, F W Ross, 2 Chi
nese aud 10 deck.
From Alolokul per stmr Mokolll, Sept
27 D McCollIsler. G Campbell, W
Alexander, and 32 deck.
From San Francisco, per R M S S
Alameda, Sept 27 R M Burton and
wife, Judge K F Blckertou, wife and
child, Mrs C Breiilg and daughter, A N
Fisher, Mrs E O Flugg, S V Graham,
Mrs I A Hutchinson, W A Johnstone,
ailss E O King, Miss Emily Ladd, C J
Lane, John Lewi, J A MoOre, Peter Y
holurgl, A Maekay, Miss McConuell.
Geo MoLcod, Miss Caroline Onghton,
Chauneey N Pond and wife, S Savidgc,
A G ntonesifer, Mis3 Gussio StoncsUur,
Miss LizIeStoneilfer, Miss Vlda, C II
AVlllis, wlte and child, T Lasakl and 23
bteerage, and 101 cabin -17 steeiage iu
SHiFpTN IT NOTES.
Tlie 4-masted shooncr Olcfar leceived
sugar to-duy from the stegmer Walale
ale aud the schooner Luka. She will
probably sail nest week ior Sau Fran
cisco. The brigantine W G Irwin will pro
bably sail for San tiancisco on Wed
iiesduv. Oct 1.
S S Alameda, voyage Xo. 47. Dis
cliaiged San Fiauclsco pilot Sept 20tb.
at 4:01 p in. Stopped for Honolulu
pilot Sept 27th, at 10:10 a m, G days, 20
hours 38 minutes. Moderate windn from
ti W to E S E with a smooth sea ; 2otb, at
0:20 p m, passed stmr China.
HART Honolulu, Sept. 27th, to tho
wife of E H. Hart, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The cyclists ride to-night.
Ciias. X Fishel has a now adver
tisement in this issue.
Mr. Geo. McLeod is welcomed
homo again by liis many fiicnds.
Mrb. I. A. Hutchinson, mother of
Dr. Hutchinson of Honolulu, arrived
by tho Alameda.
. m .
Jupqe R. F. Bickerton, wife and
child returned to Honolulu to-day
after a visit to tho Coast.
The Daily Bulletin is by public
choice as well !fa by circulation tho
leading paper of the Kingdom.
An underwriter's sale of corrugated
iron by Jas. F. Morgan, will bo held
next Tuesday, at 10 o'clock a.m., at
Mn. John A. Mooie, Assistant
School Inspector, returned by to
day's steamer after a visit of several
months to the East.
Mr. Alfred Joseph and wifo are
through passengers by tho S. 8. Ala
meda. Mr. Joseph is known as tho
king of the Australian turf. He has
been to San Francisco where ho
proposes laying a track anil forming
a jockey club on the Australian plan.
The services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, Sunday, will bo as fol
lows: 11:15 a.m., morning prayer,
with sermon, "To Deuni," Barrett in
13 flat, "Jubilate." Tours in F ; 7 ::i0
l'.M., evensong with sermon, Magnili-t-at
and Nunc Dimittis, Ebdon in C.
Rev.-' Alex. Mackintosh, paHtor. All
nro invited to thesosorvices.
On Monday, Sopt. 29th, at 12
o'clock noon, Mr. Juo.F, Morgan will
Hull at public unction at Ins jjuIcb
room, Quuon utreut, by onlor of Mr,
H, K, Kuiio, ndmliiiHtrutor of tho es
Into of H, 11. I.olicliinl, deceased.
Huvoral vttluahlo tuirvoylng Inntru
nioiitN itml II vo ulceus of liiuil aituiil
ml wt Wiiluluu, Otiliu, uiul 1 picuo of
liinil ut Moiinuliiti on 1 1 u ow of lund
nt milil Mnmiiiliiii, A I tlitiNuino tiiuu
Will Iwxolrt out) nmio iilitl coll lit't)l)K"
IllK lo fol'l ulno.
NuiY Vorlifljl. lkPr-!!itfi
Saturday, Sept. 21.
The House met nt, 10 o'clock.
iu:i'onr or uommiitkuh.
Nohlo Walbiitlo prosuntoil llm
report of tlio majority of tbo com
tnlttco on claim of T. V. Raw
liim for dainagca to hU property at
Leleo by a change Iu Ihu grade of
King street. They find that the
properly was damaged, that the
work wns not authorized by law, and
that oilier properly holders were
compensated. They recommend
that the Government put the prop
erty in as good condition as it wns
before the change of giadc. Signed
by Tlios. K. Lucas, 1). W. l'ua, and
C. O. Ucrger.
Noble Walbridgc also picsentcd
the minoiity rcportof the same com
mitlce. It sets forth that the build
ings of petitioner weie erected he
fore tho grade of the street was
established, that the grade was Used
by n commi'ssion consisting of W.
E. Rowcll, F. A. Lawrence, and C.
J. Lyons, hut not recorded before
the work of changing the grade bn
gan, and recommends that tho peti
tion be indefinitely postponed. Sign
ed by K I). Walbridgc and ). II.
Laid on the tabic to be consider
oiiiiEu or nil, n vv.
Third reading of bill, to amend
Sec. 3, Chap. IJ, Lawi of 188L It
adds to the pection tho following
clause: "Nothing in this ngreem-mt
is to be construed' as giving the
party of the second part any right
to impouud live stock trespassing on
the said premises until lie shall have
fenced the said lot as required by
Rep. Paehaole moved that tho
bill bo indefinitely postponed. Il
would be hard on homesteaders.
Noble Baldwin favored the bill, as
it would stimulate holders of .home
steads to improve their holdings.
" Noble Hind thought it would be a
good law. The homesteader would
only have to fence his giound before
Noble von Tempsky was of opin
ion that without this proposed law
the homesteaders could make a good
thing impounding cattle. His neigh
bors would be at his mercy.
Rep. Rickard spoke against the
bill in its existing shape.
Rep. White opposed the bill. It
would create hardship. The cane
fields" at Lahaina were not fenced,
and if a horse sniffed the odor it
cost $1.25 a smell.
Noble Widemann thought the law
would not accomplish its object. If
the owner had anything planted,
there was nothing in this bill to pre
vent his getting damages, over and
over, against trespassing animals,
fence or no fence. He moved tho
bill be recommitted for amendment.
The bill passed.
Nol lc Pua, on suspension of the
rules, reported he had presented the
engrossed letter of thanks to the
Trustees of the Bishop Estate, and
paid them the dollar of considera
tion. They told him he could keep
the dollar, but he prevailed on them
to add it to their exchequer.
Second reading of bill to prohibit
tho manufacture of intoxicating
drink or substance. Considered
with report of select committee sug
Noble M,uller moved the bill be
indefinitely postponed. It was in
consistent with its title, which was
"an act to amend an act to regulate
the sale of spirituous liquors.'
Noble W. Y. Horner moved tliot
the report be adopted. The bill was
intended to prevent the manufac
ture of swipes. Ho had obtained
five samples of the liquor from the
deputy sheriff of Lahaina, and he
read the report of analyses thereof
made by Mr. Geo. W. Smith, show
ing that it was of a quality danger
ous to health. Tho speaker gave
several instances of healthy natives
on Maui killed by drinking swipes.
He sincerely hoped the hon. mem
bers would assist in wiping out this
Noble Widemann asked where tho
material came from to make these
swipes. Wasn't it from his own
mill? The lion, member did not at
tend to his mill when this was al
lowed. Noble Walbridgc had had blmllar
experience to that of tho introducer
of the bill. 1'lantatIonB suffered
greatly from this illicit manufacture.
The liquor was very deleterious,
and he would support the bill,
Noble von Tempsky asked if tho
bill would prevent a person from
making diink for his own consump
tion. Ho had as good home mudo
hop beer as could bo made.
Minister Peterson Bald the police
had not dono much with the old
law, prohibiting tho sale of such
liquor, owing to tlio difficulty of sc
ouring convictions, il being hard to
provo to a jury that tlio samples
were Intoxicating, He moved to
insert tlio word "of four puieunt ul-
coliollo HtroiiRtli or more,
was tlio ulnndurd in other countries,
Noble Widuinnim miKKuntuil Hint,
tlio hill go lo n ioIpoI toiiiinlttco of
three, liiylnilliiu; tliu Altointiy.Uoii.
pruli lo put it Id wlmpp, Thorn mrt
proliulilyiint u liulf.ilo.mi inuinhur
Hun Whim uli oiiu pf Illy int-'ii
Mlhil wl lMlmlim Imd letii on 11
uprup for mm i!iyi ilrlublnK W
umw lmi HlMi mosiMr liwalyi miiI
ioiiif wipi 'riii lifll Miouiil io lo
tho ordinary commitloo of five, and
ho would be glut! to serve on it, as
lie knew all about swipes.
Noble Mnrfden w.is in favor of
tlio principle; of the bill mid thoimbt
it hhould go to committee1. As ho
saw Noble J. M. Horner trying to
act on his feet, to giu tlu'in u long
temperance Ircline, which ho did
not want to hcai, he moved tint
Ucfericd to a select committee,
consisting of Messrs. Widemann,
W. Y. Horner, Peterson, White,
Houe adjourned at 1 1 :55.
') .S &'. Afamtttit.
London, Sept. l'J. Advices fiom
Hlogo state the Tuikish man-of-war
Eitojjrul has foundered at sea and
500 of Ihjv crew were drowned. Tho
lirtogiul was a wooden frigate, 21334
tons, mounted twcuty-one guns of
small calibic, and was built in 1863.
Chilian Pasha, the hero of Plevna,
ami Alt Pnsha, Envoys of the Sultan
to the. Etnpeior of Japan, are among
London, Sept. 11). Michael Dav
itl's organ, tho Labor World, made
its first appearance to-day, and was
enthusiastically welcomed by thou
sands who have been eagerly waiting
for its first issue. Nor is the inter
est in this new jnurnalibtic vcntuic
limited to England, but extends
wherever English-speaking men are
earning their bread by the sweat of
their brows. Immense orders for
the paper have been received by
cable from Ameiica and elsewhere.
It is believed the Labor World is
destined to have great influence.
Paris Sept. 19. Two innocent
men, soldiers of a dragoon regiment
at Silesia, were executed for the
murder of their quartermaster, two
days after confession was made.
Berlin, Sept. 19. It is denied
that the slave trade has been author
ized by Germany.
Dubliu, Sept. 19. John Dillon
and Win. O'Brien have been arrest
ed ; also JuhnCullinane and Michael
Dalton, members of tho National
Leagub. The Nationalists are
greatly aroused. The Telegraph
justifies the arrests. The Times is
surprised they were delayed so long.
The Daily News says Balfour has
committed an act of stupendous
folly for which it is difllcult to asbigu
a rational motive.
Rome, Sept. JS. Asan'larJ'con3
mission has started for Massowah,
where deaths from cholera average
fifty daily. Europeans are not af
fected. Strict measures for the iso
lation of natives have been adopted.
Chicago, Sept. 19. Col. Geo. R.
Davis of Chicago has been chosen
director-general of the world's fair.
He was elected on the first ballot.
Carpenters have gone upon a
general strike at Spokane Falls.
Several Mormons have been ar
rested at Boise City. Idaho, upon
tho samo charge of conspiracy as
Bishop Budge. Great excitement
prevails in Mormondom.
The Ajax, a small iron coasting
steamer, was wrecked upon the Men
docino Coast on the 18th instant.
City of Guatemala, Sept. 19.
There is n feeling of satisfaction
that the war is over. The ollicers
and men of the United States war
vessels are prcttj' well tired of their
stay. The Thetis leaves Sau Jose
next week for Nicaragua, touching
at La Union, Salvador and Amapala,
Honduras. The Ranger goes direct
from here to Punta Arenas, Costa
Rica, and from there to Panama.
San Juan del Stir (Nicaragua),
Sept. 18. Tho large purchase of
arms and ammunition by the Nica
raguan Government in New York is
believed here to indicate an early
war with Honduras. The relations
between the two republics have been
strained for some time, and the feel
ing has been intensified by the late
war between Salvador and Guate
mala. News from Melbourno and Syd
ney state the strikes there continue.
The Tropic Bird which arrived in
San Francisco in the night of the
19th instant, thirty-six: davs from
Papeete, Tahiti, brings news that
during tho past few months the
French squadron, with a naval aud
land force of 3U00 men, has been
establishing protectorates over tlio
islands. On August 1st tho islands
of Maiao and Ralatca were finally
subdued after, more or less blood
shed. At the'islaud of Raiatca, the
third largest in the Society group,
serious trouble occurred during the
first week in August. Upward of a
hundred of the natives wcro shot
nnd killed before they were subdued
and tho Island finally occupied by
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity,
Cathedral aorvices :
Holy Communion G:U0 a. m.
Morning prayer, 9 iUO a, in.
Holy communion (choral) uud ser
moil ut 10 u, in,
llinvallmi Kvoimonu; inul Sermon,
KyoiiIiiu; prayer unil Hnriiioii, 0 p.
Monday, Hem, UUili.i
I'VM of 81. hkm mi All
llulycoMinnmk)!!, OiUDiti uj
MoniliiK mya Hiiij iiuJjfiMi 0
UUiJULULI', tl. i
LATEST TARIFF Nf.V3. '
Washington, September 18th. f
Tho Conferees on tho Tarill' bill had
a meeting this inclining and it is re
pot led they made Mibs-tantiid pro
(res?. 'Iho mot impoilanl fic
tion was tho acceptance by
tho HoiiRO conferees of tlio
Senate reciprocity amendment. It
is luitlcrMuod that tho Semite's in
cieaoo of the duties on wines and
spirits has been alundoned by tho
Senate members of the Conferonco
Committee. Tho committee now
hope to bo able to report Monday,
Captain Morse has again been
showing his ever ready good nature
and interest in manly sport, as the
following testimonial (the original of
which is licniitifully engrossed) will
ADMHSION DAY CKI.r.llllATlON 1891), OP
TUB NATIVE SONS OI' THE OOI.l)i:N
WEST UEOAITA COMMITTEE.
At a meeting held Wednesday,
Sept. 17, 1890, tho following piciiiu-
itle and resolutions were unanimous
Whereas, by an unfortunate acci
dent dipt. Wm. llawley, who wits
appointed lo act as Referee at the
Regatta held during the Admission
Day Celebration, Sept. S, 1S90,' wua
nimble lo asmiiuo the oneious duties
of that difficult position, and
Wbcipas, Capt. II. (t. Morse, nt a
moments notice agreed to a.-bimiii the
plaeoof thesaid Capt. W. Hawley, and
did take upon himself us Referee the
task of justly deuidiug between tlio
contestants and aid Regalia, and
did fulfil his duties in a intMincrmost
satisfactory to all pirties concerned,
and did much to make the paid Re
gatta ono of the most successful
events of the kind eer held on this
Coast; be it
Resolved, that the Regatta Com
mittee, a sub-committee of tho Joint
Committee of arrangement, Admis
sion Day Celobrution, N. S. G. W.,
tender, and the said committee here
by tenders its (hunks for tho able
manner in which Capt. Moihc dis
charged his duties as Ri'feiee on the
said occasion, and he it fuilhcr
Resolved; that these Resolutions
be engrossed and piebunled to Capt.
Morse as a token of thanks for his
kindly efforts, and on behalf of this
Regatta Committco, an expression of
the sinceie esteem in which he is
hold by tho N. S. G. W.
(Signed) John F. Firm,
Fred. W. Lee,
J. K. Howell,
E. W. Williams,
Roet. O. Mitchell,
Regatta Committee N. S. G. W.
AT PEAJIL CITY,
On Saturday, Sept. 27
E-Tlic Baseball Tiain will leave
Honolulu at 3 o'clock p. si., returning
will leave Pearl City vhen the game is
fi-The full Hawaiian
Band will he
POPULAR -: RATES:
8 Remember tho time II p. M.
14.x 1xUlXU t
O. R. &. L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation !
Leaving thti Hon, lulu Dt'ot at li45 V. M.
Trains will bo mado up of Coaches
aud Canopy-lop Cais all one price.
tST Excursion R.ites for these Tralui
50 Cents to Pearl City and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Ro
turn. An oppmtimity for a delightful ride
and a breath of pure air, for only two
cents per mile. 005 lin
DURING mv toinporaiy absence
from tho Kingdom Chus, T. Wil
der will net la all biiMlue.il) mutters of
IheUnnof Wlldvr &Co.
W. (J WILDER.
Honolulu, Bent Itf, IS00, COS Uw
A NATURAL Mluvml Wutur,
J V Kit u only by
W. fl, I.U0K,
Holu Ai'ont A lni)(iriur fur Hm liu
wiilliiii UlHink btl
Which we an
mg'inlzlng wo ile&liu to
Mnto lli.it w u arc
pulling w mini renin
of nil tlio irienti'St value
that has ccr been offciud
A Solid 14 K!
At $1 Per Week.
I" Cheaper llinu Iu the legtllar
EST FIrt club now being foiined.
join and scenic n place.
t-- Rrmenibei ! 'I'hU U not an lit
H. P. Wictai, wild ci
J. A. I.UCKETT,
Miss JESSIE D. BRADEN
Pieparpd lo glvo lessons In or out of the
city. Mutual Telephone RI2. 1. O llox
18; , tiGi mi
PASTURE lor IIOKMES.
'VIIF. undiMslgucd Is piepaied to tako
JL lioises on pastuie nt Palolo.
At Ivahakollnnl, Walkikl, or Washlng-
toa I'l.tcc, Iterotaula st.
NOTIOG of UEMOVAL.
Tlin San Fiancisco Fruit Depot has
removed fiom Fort -meet to Xo.
S7 King stieet near Foit.
WHJni Propi letor.
MILCH COWS J
JUST leceived fiom Han
Francisco 4 veiy fine
Milch Cows, two of which
have inst calved: will ctve
from 15 to 20 quarts of milk dally. Ap
ly to THE UNlOJf FEED CO.
ADR VUC51 IT Horse
for baggiigo wa
i;ou. Ulaud stock pre
ferred. G5(J 2v
HO USE WANTED.
WANTED for a few
mouths a Furnl'hcd
House iu town or subutbs.
not less than eight rooms. Apply at
oaeo at this olllce. 660 2w
VIJ ELY Furnished Rooms
Jl at Walklki; horse cars
every half hour. Apply at
tw npVO Unfurnished Rooms
gSJ JL with bathroom, on Klin:
at this olllce.
ASTUTE of Three Nicely
Furnished Rooms, two
bedrooms aud parlor, on
Punchbowl street near Palnce NValk;
suitable for two single gentlemen.
CCltf IT. F. IIEnRARD.
A HOUSE on Young sheet
near Thomas Square,
with the rooms and bath:
iiKo stable accommodations for live
horses. Apply at
"IHE Furnllure of a five
JL room cottage complete,
for housokpenlmr L'ottuee
centrally located and to let at a loason
ahle ictital. Inquire at this ofllce.
A COTTAGE and Premises
iu ilnnon, coutalulnc
3M acres with SiOO banana
trees and other fruit trees.
At ICahnkollanl Walkikl, or Washing.
ton Place, Ilerutanla st. C.la lm
Ostrich Notice !
VI'ITORS are entreated not to enter
tho paddocks where the birds am
kept, not to teaso the birds, not to null
their feathers, come birds aie eittlug,
the others an ived ou the VJIh Instant,
require rest and should uotbudUturbcd.
They can all he seen from tho entrance
wheie vUIiois will aUvnu be welcomed.
Honolulu, Sept. i-'0, 1800. C:i lm
THE undersigned have this day
foruu'd a copartiierehlp for the
purpose of dealluvc In hay. Kiain.otc,
iiiuler the nuuiu of thu Calliornla Feci)
Co. T.J KING,
Honolulu, 8i'H. 17. IKP0, U
AlocUiiif of HUmltliohUMH,
NOTIOKIilii'iobyKhentliiit a imi
cImI iimiuiIiik ol tlio uncUmMuM
n HiuOmIiii Hnllwiiy v l.uml Co. mil
lm huh! ul lm (illli'u of tli I'lMiiinny on
Wl.l'nl.n iiYi wujowt i i""w. i 9
IllillllllU (if Hill lll
l(lnn ih Hiitf uf mm on, iiiuTti
nil. vii uiiun
M" 6idr of iliiTJ
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Watch Clubs !
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Society of the United States,
Aie uow selling their Honda, ami upon easy terms. The additional fea
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From the Xm York Sun, April 4lh, 1890.)
Tlio Largest. Business Ever Transacted by a TAth Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the Drat quarter of tho present year is reported to exceed Fifty
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a nee for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
65Informallon chcerfulty furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his otllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRBGHT,
General Ascnt for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S. Jan-1-90
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