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TUiiSDAY, SEPT. ,10, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND 00,'S
't'i'f(.i..- i. nut .vnukiHi :to. i!o.
.M. A.M. I'.M. I'.M.
Leave Honolulu 8:lfi 1 : ir r.iHOJ
Arrivn Honouiiull !i:49 2:4'J 0:34:
Leavo Honouiiull. 5:40 10:51 3:51 ....
Arrive Honolulu.. 0:4.4 11:55 4:C5 ....
Haturdnjs ami Mondays only.
X huliinlajF only.
Stmr W U Hull fr mi Maut ami Hawaii
Stiur I.chtiii fioiu Nun uud llukal.ni
Ilk Velocity from Hongkong
St mi' Pen; for llamukuu at 4 p in
Htinr Likcltko tor Ainul hi ." p in
Stmr Wuialc.de nnm Kutial ai . i in
Selir Kiilainauu tor Kilo
Selir Alary for Kauai
Selir Lavihiu for Kauai
Selir I.uka for IColmla
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORRDVV.
Mmr Iwalani for Luhidnu mill llama
kirn at 10 a in '
Stmr Mikahala for ICauni at 5 p m
Stmr I.oliuu for Aim ami Hakalaii at
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
l.L'lma HO huuil rattle.
Stmr W G Hall 27 lunil cattle 1 hntse,
IDS sks hvvii, :!." skb cvffi'u, "J.'i hides
and 120 pkj: stuuli ius.
Fiom Maui and Ilauuil per stmr V
Hall, Sept flOP Leo, K P lUi-liop,
Miss Short. J T.iylor, Mrs J Walpulaui,
Miss M Dosha, Akanalili, T Maitin
and 05 deck.
Tlie German bni k Paul lenberg took
yesterday for S.m l-iancisco 8 bags
coffee, i kegs rice, 1 keg sugar, and 20
sundry packages from this port, aud
5480 bags alt, 410 tons coal, and 48 tons
of lion iroin Liverpool.
The bark Maltha Davis will probably
sail to-monow for Phillipiue Islands in
The bark Forest Queen will probably
snll for Port Tovviiseud on Saturday,
Oct 4, iu ballast.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
An excellent likeness of Dr. Lutz
appears in a late number of the Pall
Hon. Win. G. Irwin left San Fran
cicco last week for a tour through the
Class A will play in the chess
touiney to-night White vs. El
dridge, and Gear vs. Langc.
At 12 o'clock noon, to-morrow,
tenders for supplying the Govern
ment stables with feed will be closed.
All shooting of game in prohibited
on the lands of ICaliuuiki, Moamilua,
Halawa, Aieu. anil Kulauao in the
district of Kona, Oaliu.
1H' the last mail Colonel Claus
Spreckels was temporarily located at
Watsonville supervising tho opera
tions at the beet sugar factory.
The Porest Queen will leave for
Port Townsond on or about Satur
day, October 4th. Por passenger ac
commodation apply to Messrs. Theo.
H. Davies & Co.
Tun Daily Bulletin Weekly
Summary is issued to-day, and is just
the paper to send away in order to
correct the malicious misrepresanta
tions already sent abroad by unscrup
Tiieue will be a meeting of the
Athletic Association held at Mclner
y Hall on Thursday evening Octo
ber 2nd, to receive tho report of tho
committee on by laws and for tho
election of officers.
The S. P. Call prints tho following
Hem ; Captain J. T. Robertson, the
well-known skipper of tho Consuelo,
returned from a trip south yesterday
morning. Ho has abandoned the
sea and taken to raising fruit in Red
lands. The Hawaiian Hardwaro Co. havo
lately been compelled to strengthen
their atoro by placing three largo and
heavy pillars on tho ground floor to
support tho immonso weight of the
largo and increasing stock stored on
Din upper floor.
Thk coasting steamer Gipsy
brought up the first shipment of
migar from the Watsonville boot fact
ory to San PinnoiBco on thu 18th, It
was hauled on tho now narrow gaugo
railroad built by Mcunra, SpreckolB to
.Mobs' Landing on tho Coast and
Uioiico Hliilipod by utuumor to tho
Onlifomlft Uelliiory. Tho opening of
fliln railroad iiuiken tlin WeHtcrn Hoot
Hiik'ar Company imhipi'iuluiit uf tlio
rimitlioin I'doifiu for lund tnuiBporlu
(Ion, It will iiImo ho u grout Iwni'llt
lifiii)0! In gutting tlmir IidoU to
tlm factory iiimI wliimMo Him Kmi
i'im'0 (or ioil, Till) ni'W iigiiniin)
M of thu liol iinnllly. Tim Alvunnlo
lii'd fimur In nlQ I'oiiiliiii Into iiiitc
Mil, It Uiiul mi liliili ii uriiih' n Dim
mm this rviiHiHQ,
jwMorliuiJpi M). )i f'l
TuhstuY, Sept. $:!.
The House met at 10 o'clock.
OKDI'.U OK TIIK HAV.
The House went into commit lee
of the whole, Noble Marsden in the
chair, for consideration of the con
Rep. R. W. Wilcox renew etl his
motion of yesterday to recommend
the passage of the bill authorizing a
constitutional convention, lie had
not heard any good reasons why the
demands of the people should not
he, granted. The Minister of Pi
nance tried to lead them to believe
that our independence depended on
the pleasute of foreign representa
tives. Those representatives, weie
only here to look after the interests
of their citizens, and had no tight
to interfere with our politics. The
Minister's talk was only to excite
apprehensions in tho minds of mem
bers, and if his remaiks were sent
abroad those representatives would
bo liable to censure by their Govern
ments. When His Excellency said
that we were watched by those re
presentatives, ho said more than ho
intended, and showed that the Cab
inet wore the worst enemies of the
country. If he (the speaker) was
tit the head of the Government he
would very quickly put down dis
turbances. With regard to the Min
ister's intimation that the advocates
of a new Constitution wanted to
abolish Article 20, forbidding mem
bers of the Legislature from taking
olllce, ho could tell him that he did
not want an olllce under this Minis
try. The Hawaiian people could
give hiin the position of a Minister
or something higher than a Minis
ter, lie didn't know what the Con
stitution of Rhode Island had to do
with the Constitution of this king
dom. Noble Baldwin's argument on
the necessity for some change in
1887 would not be accepted by sen
sible people, although it might go
down with tho Noble's laborers on
Paia plantation. All the prosperity
claimed by the Noble for the Con
stitution of 1887 was due to the reci
procity treaty negotiated by the King
in the United States. If it had not
been for that treaty the lion. Noble
and others in the House would be
driving bullock caits to-day. The
Ministers were neglecting the les
sons of history when they sat idly
in their seats without attempting to
meet the wishes of the people but
allowing themselves to be led round
by the noses. He did not propose
to waste time discussing the re
marks of Noble Kaulmne. That
gentleman was not so young as he
used to be, and seemed to be imitat
ing, in regard to his ownpeDple, the
disciple named Judas. If the Cab
inet continued submitting to the
dictation of foreign representatives,
it would be better for the country
to be annexed by some foreign
power. He was not an annexation
ist, but, if it came to that, he would
like to see the Hawaiians drink the
bitter cup to the dregs, till, the last
one had perished, rather than have
the Government submit to such dic
tation. Noble Pua spoke of the nature of
three reports of the committee.
Rep. Hookano's report called the
convention proposal revolutionary.
That was not revolutionary. It
would be revolutionary to do what
Napoleon did, go with a large army
and take possession of the Govern
ment. A constitutional convention
would be in accordance with the
provision of the Constitution, which
said that all men had a right to as
semble in a peaceable and orderly
manner, to consult on the good of
the country and to petition the King
or the Legislature for redress. In
1887 a large number of people were
kept under arms till a new Consti
tution was got. The statement of
the lion, member for Kona, that he
was not sent here to advocate a now
Constitution, was a lie. The lion,
member was lying when he made
such a statement.
The Chair called the speaker to
Noble Pua apologized for the
offensive remarks. It was all very
well for the hon. member for Kona
I to say we must amend the Constitu
tion, uui lYumeimiuuuu uiu nuu
amend the Constitution. He gave
another Constitution, and, in the
same way, that Constitution was
abrogated at a stroke and the pres
ent one substituted.
Rep. Kauhi objected to the speaker
referring to tho chairman as "our
good and fat chairman," and bring
ing in such terms as "thieves," etc.
Noblo Pua was then Interpreted
as having said Unit it was all very
well for Noblo Kaultano to speak
well of the present Constitution, bo
causQ ho was to have boon Vice
President of the Hawaiian Republic.
It was not truo that Mr. Gibson hud
stolen public money, ns ho hud only
taken commissions on appropria
tions. Noble JlaldwIti'H argument
thut the present Constitution wuh
got when tho puoplo could uiiiluui
alitiHus no lonjjiir wus cor rout, urnl
tho duiimml far a mr Constitution
now wns n ww In point, Thu w
pin wnro not HittUlluil with thu pru
Ht'iit ono, mil) it ilWtiirlmiii'u iivor
Dili iirli'vmipn July HO, hh, roi
mm iiihii IliPlr llvim. Tliunfan
I lm hill liufnru lilt lornm kImhiIiI lm
niwmli In pimhl" Did iipimiIm Iu uiu-
(iiji wlmHIwy wnnlwl. Ill1 iwiih
tjty m ili'l w.nv Inn liU vfliit
introduced in; mt. huum, who nan
since resigned his scat. Whatever
is done iu a well-governed country
ought to hi' done within the laws.
Anything else is revoliiiinnniy. It
was needless to argue whether the
movement of lS'ii was or was not i
i evolutionary, as It was conceded !
by all parlies thnt it as the (evolu
tion of 1887. Nobody would deny
that the Constitution could be
amended or changed, but thai must
be done in the manner provided by
itself. Supposing they admitted
that a Constitution wns only a con
tiact between thu lviny and tin peo
ple, and that n could be annulled by
mutual consent, lint this was nol
ti demand made by the whole peo
ple. There weie only 1800 peti
tioners for a convention, and many
of these had no right to sign the
petitions. That was not even a
majority of thu people. The deci
sion of the United States Supreme
Court, in Collins vs. The People, it
was laid down that a constitution
could only be amended or replaced
by the methods prescribed by itself.
Some of the States hud provisions
for amendments and fur entire
changes. Uur Constitution piovided
only for amending itself, there was
nothing to authorize a convention.
It was argued that, because the cull
ing of a convention was not forbid
den it was allowed. 'Phis had been
settled to the eontiary in other
countries, as also had been the
argument that the word "may" im
plied that other modes of amend
ment than those prescribed were
lawful. Had the Legislature the
power to delegate its powers to
another body? He claimed it had
not such authority; this being set
tled in other countries that had pre
served their independence for cen
turies. .There are provisions in the
bill contrary to the Constitution, and
therefore it could have no legal
effect if passed. Perhaps the hon.
Noble for Honolulu (Pua) intended
to be a Napoleon himself and make
Noble Pua said he only cited Na
poleon as an illustration, but did not
advocate Napoleon's method.
Rep. Hookauo considered the
main cause of grievance to the na
tives was the propcity qualification
for voting for Nobles. This provi
sion gave almost strangers in the
country an advantage over some of
the best classes of natives. It was
hastily adopted and and ought to be
amended. The Minister of Finance
had gone loo far in saying that Arti
cle 20 was the main objection. For
his part that was the best Article in
the Constitution, and, if such a one
had been in the old Constitution,
there would probably never have
arisen the demand for a change. He
moved for recess.
Recess from 11 :55 to 1 :30.
KILLED BY A LEPER.
News is brought by the W. G.
Hall to-day that Mr. T. W. Simeona,
Captain of the North Kona police,
was shot and killed by a leper, on
last Thursday morning, while ex
ecuting his official duty. Another
policeman by the name of Kealoha
Maui was also shot, but is still alive
and is reported to be doing as well
as could be expected under the cir
cumstances. He -will probably re
cover. HOUSE AND LOBBY.
Major J. H. Wodehouso, H. B. M.'s
Commissioner, and Mr. H. L. Sever
ance, United States Consul-Gencral,
were present throughout tho first
day's constitutional debate.
Rep. Nawahi spoke fifty-five min
utes on the constitutional question,
letting the interpioter get in only
ten minutes to render the speech in
English. The hon. member for Hilo
unlike lightning often strikes more
than once on the same spot.
Noble Kauhanc talked like preach
ing on the Constitution. One of the
other members from Hawaii said in
the lobby that tho hon. Noblo work
ed his hundB like turning a crank. A
man who can turn Cranks tho right
way ought to bo a very iiboful mem
ber of the Legislature.
SAILORS' HOME FAIR.
On Thursday, November Cth, a
fair will Le held in tho Armory on
Brctania street, the proceeds to be
applied to fitting up the new Sailors'
Home. We feel quite sure that the
whole community is interested in
this work, and wo trust that every
one of our generous ladies will re
gard this as a personal appeal to her
to do what she can to help. All
contributions should be Bent in as
caily us possible, that the committee
may bo able to mark and classify
articles. The following committeo
of ladies will always be ready to re
Mrs. Mi.ry McKibbln Dowsctt,
Mrs. J, II. Woduhouse, Mrs. A. du
Souza Cannvmro, Mrs, C. M. Uydo,
Mrs. ,T. II. Soper, Mrs. II. W.
Schmidt, Mrs. S. C, Alien, Mrs. ,1.
S. McGrow, Mrs. V, W. Hull.
I. . ' 'V , I
THE VERY LATEST !
vsUh to mil tlif nllimllnn of
liounukuiinuu to it ifimill liivuli'ii
of l''lKiirm Ulilinii Mulling, jiit !
I'lilvuil vlu Kmi I''i'iiiiuIm'ii,
in iiu vi'iy
iluiliii)t iiiy inn) o( lilt) niiil iili)
Jill iiml llliiiiu ilimlKim III mini. TMi
m uiu wiy i ii i u 1. 1 in nun
ill ! oMIni Mini iim'liiuiiu
Inn iiml lb"
il lo lliiini'
nnuillii o l il Mliwl iiin
'liUIII'll IlilJUi Uillll
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Mil in tlinnii 14 inn rm r i i 'TV TWm UVll
Thus. Pope, whaling tender, was
dismasted and abandoned on Au
gust 'ifilh, at Point Hope, Alaska,
during a N W gnle. The wreck in
cluding cargo was sold to the cap
tain of the stoain-whaler William
Lcrtit, for SiVJo. The cargo on board
consisted of the catch of the follow
llostirio, schoonei 1 cask furs, 1
Alton, schooner 1 cask and one
Belvedeie, steamer 20 bundles
(1100 lbs) whalebone, ft casks
(18PI) gals.) oil, 1 cask ivorv.
Hlisw, baik 2 bundles (140 lb-)
whalebone, I package furs.
M. II. Thomas, schooner 1 cask
fuis, 2 packages ivory.
Ocean, bark 1 bundle, whale
bone, 1 barrel ivory, 1 package furs.
Jane Grav, schooner lft bundles
(11580 lbs) 'whalebone.
Triton, bark .1(5 bundles (!S400
The bone alone was valued at
$40,000, and the vessel and cargo
were fully insincd, the former in the
Kusi and the latter heie. ruder
the peculiar circumstances then will
undoubtedly be a rigid investiga
tion before the instil atice is paid.
The cargo all came safely down to
this port on the schooners Oscar
and Ilattic, the captain of the Tho
mas Pope being a passenger on the
same vessel, while it'is reported tho
vessel was still alloalwhen the Oscar
and Hatlie left. Suits have been
entered in San Francisco, by the
owners of the cargo of the Pope, to
have the sale by the captain set
aside and the propcity icturncd to
The steamer City of Rio de Ja
neiro, which arrived Wednesday
from Yokohama, brought the three
olllcers of the whaling bark Lagoda.
I lie Lagoda left this port on a whal
ing voyage at the opening of the
season, but had not long been under
way when a leak was sprung. At
the Caroline Islands the leak in
creased, so that all hands were re
quired at the pumps. In the Yellow
Sea the leakage increased, the double
pumps being used and the pumping
continuing steadily thirty minutes
every two hours. So dangerous be
came the. situation that Captain
Leake was compelled to put into
Vlahvostock, Siberia, vviieie an en
deavor was made to locate the
leaks. She was found to be badly
strained. Her bottom was iu a ter
rible condition. Captain Leake did
what he could for his vessel and
prepared to piocecd on his whaling
journey. But an unexpected oppo
sition was met with on the part of
the crew. The men refused to co
any further in the dilapidated craft
into the northern waters, and de
manded that the master put into some
port where there was an American
Consul, in order to have the vessel sur
veyed. A "round robin" was drawn
up, signed by all, and to this document
the captain was compelled to af
fix his signature. lie agreed to the
proposition of his men, and tbej' re
turned to work. Captain Leake
asked them if they were satisfied
with Yokohama, and they replied in
the affirmative. When about sev
enty miles off that port the crew
took a sperm whale, giving 101 bar
rels of oil. Soon after a terrible gale
sprang up and the leak increased.
The Lagoda, however, reached Yo
kohama in safety, was surveyed and
condemned, and was to have been
sold on the day the Rio left Yoko
hama, Captain Leake remaining be
hind in order to attend to the sale
of the vessel. The Lagoda's oflicers
also brought the latest tidings of the
whaling fleet. The catch of the La
goda was, as stated, one sperm, one
right whale, giving 215 barrels of
oil and 887 pounds of bone. They
left Vladivostock on July 8th, and
arrived at Yokohama on August
9th. While in Vladivostock, the
whaler John P. West was there with
sixty barrels of oil ; tho Charles W.
Morgan with one whale ; the Cape
Horn Pigeon without any catch.
A MEETING of the Athletic Asso
ciation will he held at Mclnerny
Hull. THURSDAY EVENING, Octo
ber 2, 1800, to receive the report of tho
committee on by-luwe, and for tho elec
tion of olllcers. ,r. II. PISHEIt,
071 i't Chairman pio tem.
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Leivluj; tlie Hcnilulu Ue;ot at 1:45 V. M,
Ti.ilus will be made up ofCoiche
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EarKM'iirstoii Rute? for
50 Cents to Pearl Cily and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Re
turn, An oppoiluulty for
aud u bieath of pme
cents per mile.
a ilellgbtbil tide
'taml for a shoit time at
Greenfield Stables, Kapiolani Park.
Dukb Si'Kkoku Is a dark bav, 4 vears
old; stands lftig hands high; "Mud and
I? IC JO I G K, 13 12 :
By Dnke of Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer bv Norfolk
2nd dam Uallerlna...by imp. Hahovviile
3id dam Hemile Farrow
by imp. Shamrock
4th dam Ida by imp. llalMisuar
5th dam Madam Jlosley (Gamma's
Dam) .'by hir Klchard
Cth dam Nancy Nlchol... by imp. Eagle
7th dam Bet. Uosley
by Wilkes' Wonder
8th dam by Chanticleer
0th dam by imp. Sterling
10th dam by Clodlus
11th dam by imp. Silvereye
l'Jth dam by imp. Jolly Roger
tilth dam by imp. 'Partner
14th dam by imp. Monkey
loth dam imp. nunc from the stud of
Harrison, of Brandon
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will be assumed.
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Graduate McOlll College, Mout
Resldouce: Hotel Btreet, opposite
Olllce: At the Hawaiian Hotel Sta
bles. 86?" Telephone IVo. 33 S
N. B. First-class acommodations for
patients at the Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
MILCH COWS !
JUST received from San
Francisco 4 very line
Milch Cows, two of which
have inst calved; will cive
from ir to 20 quarts of milk dally. Ap
ly to THE UNIOX FEED CO.
A DU AUGHT Horee
for baggage wa
gon. Island stock pre
ferred. 050 2v
TWO Unfurnished Rooms
with bathroom, on Klutr
at this olllce.
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House In town or BiibiubP,
not less than eight looms. Apply at
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IOELY Furnished Rooms
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A SUITE of Tlneo Nicely
FiiruiEhed Roiimtf, two
bedrooms ami parlor, on
Punchbowl street ueur Pulueu Walks
Hiiltablu for two ulugle guiitlomeii.
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