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FRIDAY, OCT. 17, IXSIO.
OAHU RAILWAY ft LAND C0.'S
Tt. ThKi' lurtwt aiiuiik( ui. ihiio.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Loave Honiiiulu Ks-lfi 1 M,) r:3(l
Arrivn lloiiuulliili Si: 111 2: 111 (!:.". I J
Leave llonoultull. r. : Hi lutfil :t:5l
Arrive Honolulu-. i::4l I In, 1 :5"i ....
Satu d;iV8 nod Mondays only.
5 Saturdays only.
S ri Aii-lr.il'm. liouillclto. from Min
SS China, for Yokohama :unl Honj;-
l;oii; at '.' it in
rttmr (J H llmimp for Wnlnniie, Wnlnhiii
mid Koolalt nt !) it in
iMmr Claiidluc for Alimi and Hawaii ut
1 p in "
Hchr Liholiho for Wiii:iu:tc
From S'ni 1'rn.icKco, per S S Au-slrn-
liu, Oct 17 -.1 II Alton mill wife. It
Albreiht, h 'I' Alexander mill wifo. Mlif
Mary Ali-.Miiulcr. U O Allen, L Hell, (J
1. Hell, .1 E lllilweil, W lllaUdoll, Mis
FJI Hone. Mrs .J 11 llrvwer, .lolin Cnlilt!-i-ott,
Mrs O A Clark mid daughter, O M
Jookc, ii ehlldrcn 11 ml maid, 1 A Diaz,
Mis Oalibu, Frank P Huntings nnd
ivife. 11 llempcl, wife nnd infant, Mis
W 11111 nnd dmihtui-, Mrs S N Hundley
and child. .1 A Hopper and wife, T "
Uobi-on and wifo, a. 1-3 J Hutchison, M
Horner. Frank L Iloog?, E K Hendrv,
Mrs A Herbpit, Jllss Herbert, Mbs
Lamb, ft .1 Llllie and wife, Mrs J V
Le Cnunte, MIm Mile Le Collide, Ed
du T.ueoy, .Mis Moris-uau. F Orion. Mm
.S C Fain, II 1'etcreou, Cliuni Pe.w, Mrs
T V Knwiins and :i children, Mater
Win Kiiwllus, P Runfill, Minster W II
Hiee, Alls Hiee, Mrs Geo 1) Hoss and
.-on, Miss A (J Uodrigue-!, ,1 II Ruddock,
.1 G Scott. Mist L tl facotl, Mrs J U
Spalding, August Schleicher, J H Super,
.lolin 'renipleton. Mis LenaTempleton,
Wm Tchb and wife, K X Webster. Cluis
Tlnkham and 00 sieerage.
S S Australia, II ! Ilondlell. master,
sailed from San Francisco, Friday, Oct
tOtb, at noon, with SO cabin, ill! steerage
and 1922); tons general merchandise,
Weather North East nudes and tine
weather the entire voyage. Importa
tion r.L'ifl gallons lieer. .f.'iOOUO treas
ure. LOCAL &0EHERAL NEWS.
li'RKiH frozen oysters, are to lie liad
:it the Heaver Saloon.
Two latgo, airy front rooms
Mtiuill furniMied bedroom nro
I'm: S, S. Australia will sail
San Francisco u Friday next
Auction Bale of liorces and colts
to-morrow at. the stables of J. I. Dow
ett on Queen street.
A. gentleman wishes an opportun
ity of buying an interest in some
small, ebtablished business here.
Tub moat jiopular event of this
evening will lie the combined con
cert of the II. S. S. Charleston and
Koyal Hawaiian Hands at the Hotel.
A very attractive programme will bo
Immuwatki-Y after the arrival of
the Zealandia to-morrow, the hour
will bo announced at which Mr. Host,
the great organist will play at Kau
muknpili church. Tickets nt the
door. He sure and hear him.
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Tun Australia brought the" largest
freight that has ever been shipped
from the Oceanic dock in San Fran
cisco, (1922 tontO. Capt. Houdlette
also took a number of carrier pigeons
to be released at various distances
from San Francisco.
! .. m
Hon. Paul Isenberg, member of
the House of Nobles, was granted a
privato audience with His Majesty
the King, at Iolani Palace, this
morning, to tender farewell rcf-pcets
before sailing for Germany by Urn
Mk. G. Afong left on the S. S.
China this afternoon, to visit his na
tive land after an absence of twenty
jvurs. Mr. Afong was for many
years Cemniorcial Agent for China
at tills port. Ho is one of Honolu
lu's retired merchant princes and
most princoly entertainers. It is
honed lie will return halo and hearty
as ho left. Dr. E. L. Hutchinson and
bride will accompany Mr. Afong as
far as Japan. Hon voyngo
Mk. George 0. Stratomoyer, the
sign painter, returned homo yester
day after a two months' business
trip to California. Georgo says that
while away ho worked in sonni of tlio
best sign and pictorial Hhops on the
Coast, in order to ho nblo to present
the Honolulu public with a suporior
ohms of work at much cheaper rates
than before. Many now methods and
novelties of n high older will be in
troduced by Mr. Strateiuoyer, &011111
' of which he hold the excliisivu
dot, 17th.--K, ,1. MnWIIIiuim',
ijmi I'ViuioIhco i fl, L, Hell, Mul
Iioiiiikm U, Dull, AilHtriilliit ,1, I 'n.
4'ontl, Loniloiit ,Mr, ami Aim, y,
Tnlili, Kiigjiiwl 1 Mi'H. ,, ', ,ii
CoiiiltHi Nun I'YwiulMmi Alius KiihIh
,u Oiiiiiilti. taun l''rMiiuHi!ni Mr, mnl
I'llllilllMII. ('IllU'lili Ml'H' i N Hun
unit milil. h'yimli 5lrnili. ('-
Ullii UUIinalJIi U. AiUlBIM
I . I.
FltlOAY, )l!t. 1".
The IIoiho opened al 10 o'clock.
in.poim op comvuitixs.
Hup. Lucas presented four print-
bills from the printing eommil-
Noble. I. M. Horner preM'iilcd tln
report nt t lie. select committee on
the hill to tsiv Honolulu for the ex
penses of the Fire Department.
They recommend its passage. Rep.
Hush Htiid lie would sign it hut was
not present. The Attorney-lieneral
was not prepared to sign the report,
unless the lull was made applicable
to all towns.
Minister Peterson said lie would
not bring in a minority report, but
would give his views when the bill
came befoie the House.
Laid on the table to lie consider
ed with the bill.
Rep. W:iipuilani read u fust time
by title :t bill to extend ami promote
the llsluug industry of the Kingdom.
Read a second tune by title and
referred to the cnniiuerc.' commit
tee. 011111:1: or Tin; hay.
The House proceeded to the order
of the day third leading of the
Roads ami bridges, Honolulu,
Rep- While moved 15,000.
Rep. R. V. "Wilcox supported the
item as in the bill.
Rep. Riekard, after remarking
on the previous speaker's opposition
to the "Waipio road the other day,
moved the item pass aa in the bill.
Noble Marsden moved 825,000.
Noble J. M. Horner did nol want
to be mean, but wanted to look at
tilings. The lion. Noble (Marsden)
had intormnd them that the Hono
lulu road taxes were $20,000 a year.
In addition to this the' bad the
labor of the prisoners down here.
For these prisoners they had ap
propriated 80,000 for the period.
A prisoner ought to be wortli as
much as an animal, which would
make another 80,000, besides the
$75,000 or so from the taxes and
appropriation. Hamakua had 07
miles of road, which was ten more
than they had in Honolulu.
Minister Hrown said there were
79 miles of roads in Houoiulu.
Noble Horner went on to say that
Hawaii, with more land than all the
other islands put together, and pro
duced more of the wealth, was asked
the other day to cut down its appro
priation to 30,000.
Noble Macfariane wished to cor
rect that statement made repeatedh;
by the lion. Noble. He abked if the
members for Hawaii could consist
ently give up a portion of the
amount in the bill. He did not
know anything about the needs of
Minister Brown would like to see
the Noble from Hawnii come nearer
the facts. The real estate of Hono
lulu was rated in the tax returns at
eight millions, while that of Hawaii
was placed at 8,270,000.
Noble Horner said lie was not re
ferring to the value of property but
to the production of wealth. This
was a good place to begin an econo
mical policy, as Honolulu was re
ceiving $800,000 without counting
the harbor item.
Noble Macfariane most emphati
calby objected to the manner in
which Noble Horner was slinging
figures round without regard to the
facts. He had been indulging in so
many wild statements that the
speaker could not tell what lie was
driving at. He was making wild
statements about Honolulu, that it
was getting 800,000, and more for
the harbor, when the harbor was
not before the House. So far as
Honolulu was concerned he (Noble
M.) was perfectly willing to carry
out this policy of retrenchment. He
did not see why those superflous es
timates should be put in for contin
gencies. He thought that this Gov
ernment could make closer estimates
than the preceding one, and that it
would get more work for the money,
because it would not have bogus
pay rolls. He did not attempt to
cut down appropriations for the
Passed as in the bill.
Roads and bridges, Kauai, $20,
000. Noblo Marsden moved 15,000.
Kauai had the best roads .in the
Passed as in the bill.
Noble Fua moved to insert 1000
for roads and bridges on Niihau. It
was not fair to leavo that island out.
Minister Brown said Niihau was
Tlio motion lost.
HoadH and bridges, General, $:H),-
t nriTni i nrmrm
Jt .AT KK.
Pay of Road Supervisor, Hono
lulu, $1000. Passed.
Minister Brown moved to Insert,
Ifoail ilutnngus, contingent, $1180,.
15, Thin wih another Inhcrltaiuir.
Noblo Miillur uiileil to litinw If
Ihtirn wtiro any mure, of llliwt ill
I(q), Kiuictilil moved Hid Item bn
I'tifurrt'il to it Holonl coiiiiiiiltcii,
Tim I'nixliliuil mhl It niiht lmril
ly 1I0 In inf.ur iimn. in iinjiimlilmut
1111 llilrd nmilliiK.
Hi'ii hjulittimi Ukliiul II Ilii'H' wu
nui ui) llttiii uJftDuiMu !ur luiul limit'
Uiitimiuj- llwuij mil) Uil m
the ilrm for
damages in this bill.
Tito item parsed.
Rep. llookano moved to insert,
"Road daniiigestoKealakiii, 200,"
as adopted in a couimiltcc report.
Hiiiciiu of Honolulu Waterworks.
Salary of Superintendent and Clerk
of .Market, stJOOO.
Noble Horner inoed 0000, saying
last period this was 8 1800. Although
times could nol be so nourishing this
period as la-t. thin salary is proposed
to be muted SI 200.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox said this olll
cial was chief ot a bureau and
ought nut to have, his salary cut
down In less than other chiefs.
Fassed at S5000.
Salary ol clerks, 5100.
Rep. 'White moved 0001).
1'assed as in the bill.
Running expenses, SI 1,300.
Noble Marsden moved lo insert
6150 for salary of '.. K. Miners as
recommended by the ilnance com
mittee. It would be a disgrace to
the (lovcrnment if this was not paid.
Repairs 10,000. Passed.
Hoard of Health. Salary of Pre
Rep. h'anealii moved $0000.
Noble Horner supported the tu
duetion. There was not much for
the oilleial to do. They were after
Noble Macfnrlano wished to call
nttention to the inconsistency of the
Noble from Hamakua, who bad stood
up in the House and supported
9000 for the late incumbent.
Noble Horner said that the late
incumbent was also city pli'.siciau.
Noble Maetarlano said the lion.
Noble was after the personality in
the case. He felt like moving ail
item for the purchase of a pholo
graphithat could talk bnok at the
lion. Noble, as he was tired of re
membering all his inconsistencies.
Noble Marsden said t lie former
President told a committee lie had
very little work to do lor the Hoard,
therefore had ample time to perform
the duties of city physician. As
the President was not prohibited
from engaging in his own private
business, and was in fact engaged in
privato business, the speaker con
sidered the 3alary in the bill exces
sive. Passed at 0000.
Rep. Kaneaiii moved 1000; Rep.
R. V. V1lc0x, 3000 ; Rep. Cum
Passed at 4000.
General expenses, 17,001. Pass
ed. Buildings, repairs, and uminloii
ance of hospitals, lG,OOo. Passed.
Hilo Hospital, 8000, Passed.
Quarantine expenses, 5000.
Kapioiaui Home (including cost of
moving to Kaiihi), 0500.
Minister Peterson moved to amend
the wording to read, "Support of
nonieprous children und moving Ka
piolani Home to Kaiihi." In answer
to Rep. Paehaolc, he said it was not
fully decided to move the House.
Rep. Paehaolc objected to moving
the Home and moved to strike out
the words in parentheses and to
make the amount 4000.
Passed as amended by Minister
Medicines (for gratuitous distri
Rep. Kaneaiii moved $8000 and
referred to Wailuku Hospital.
Noble von Tempsky snid any
native could get free medicine at
Passed at 8000.
Purchase of kuleanas at Kalawao,
2500. Passed. r
Segregation, support, nnd treat
ment of lepers, 34,000.
Noble Marsden asked why it was
more than the late Government's
Minister Spencer said it had been
explained on second reading. The
late Government made a mistake of
10 per capita in estimates.
Government phj-sicians, 11,200.
Minister Peterson moved to insert,
"Expenses of free system of remov
ing garbage and contents of privy
vaults and cesspools, Honolulu,
12,000." This was in accordance
witli the action of the House on the
question of a sewage system for Ho
nolulu. In answer to Ren. Wainui-
laul he said Hie peoplo were suppos
ed hitherto to pay for removal of
garbage from their premises, but as
tlioy did not do so the garbage col
lectors gave up and the work was
Rep. Wnipuilani moved the item
be laid on the trble.
Rep. Paelmole opposed the item.
There was no such expenditure the
last two years of plenty, but now
this was lo be added on the approach
of two years famine.
Rep, Bush appealed to members
to vole this as a proventlvo of
Rep. II. W. Wilcox favored the
item on the strength of the thousand
iiiibiivory siiiclls met going about thu
Tlio Item passed,
Id'Cims from 12 tu I till).
EVENTS THIS EVEHINQ.
Timw (-lull, 7iiHJ,
Hurvlnm id Hi, AihIi"' ('iiIIm
Uwiiiiiii ('uuiiHl ttu. 777 A I mi I
'lYIJl'llUlJ liJIUilJjJIIlJji'j! kit, I. I.
legally come out of
AMERICAN NAVAL NOTES.
Lieutenant Commander R. 1.
Hitchcock nnd MiiMgn S. M. Stride
arrived from the Fast, having been
assigned to duty on tile Aleit, which
will shortly leave fiy the Asiatic sta
tion. Assistant ICngmcor .1. R. Wilmer
has been detached from duly nt St.
.lohn'ft College, Annapolis, .Md.,
and ordered to report for duty al
thi' Marc llnnd Navy-yard by the
201 h lust.
Tin.' Omaha, Rear-Admiral Hoik
nap's llagship on the Asiatic sipiail
ion, will probably lie ordeied home
so as lo reach the United States
about February 1. 1891.
The Swatara, last heard from at
Chemulpo, will probably come to
Mate Island for a new ciuisu in the
Lieutenant Hald Peacock lias le
eched orders to assume charge of
tlio branch Ilydrograluc Ollloe at
It seems to be definitely settled
that the San Francisco will be as
signed to the Asiatic station as Rear
Admiral Helkmip's llngshlp. The
following is her complete detail, in
cluding the two or three ofllccrs
ordered to her: Captain William T.
Sampson, commanding; Lieutenant
Coiiimnmler B. F. Til ley, executive
oillcer; .1. F. Mosier, navigator; T.
M. Potts, William C. Habcock, A.
G. Berry and Fnsign .lolin A. Bar
radon, watch oillcers; Chief Fn
ginecr, K. A. Wilson ; Passed As
sistant Surgeon, M. F.dgar; Assist
ant Surgeon, John M. Kdgar ; As
sistant, Surgeon, L. W. Spratling;
Paymaster, AV. Goldshorough ; Gun
ner, W. Ilalfovd; and carpenter, E.
The U. S. F. S. Charleston Hand
and Royal Hawaiian Band will give
a combined concert tins
at the Hawaiian Hotel,
o'clock. Following is
at 7 :30
PAKT I. (a) HAWAIIAN HAM).
I nti niluet ion Itlen.i Wagner
Selection Italian Melodies.. Hcmpoelli
(b) OIIAKl.KS'IUN HASH.
Trio Original (new) Cai llui
Polka Friendship (newl Contrado
(Saxophone Solo, Mr. (tro'-skurth)
Duet Excelsior (newj Halfu
Fantasia Original (new) Contrado
(Saxophone bolo1 Mr. Oioskuith)
That i Love How Love Came
(Words by Mi?s Kuth Ward)
PAKT II. COMUINKI) IIANDs.
Overture The IvingS Lieutenant
Waltz Nlta (new) ." Williams
The International Congress (new)...
The Star Spangled banner.
The Wall Street Dailv News stales
that it is expected that Kidder, Pea-
body & Co.'s plan for the re-organization
of the Sugar Trust will be
launched immediately after the Ta
riff Bill goes into effect. They will
make a full and complete statement
of the property, monies and effects
of the Sugar Trust, and it is stated
by those who claim to know all
about it that the October dividend
will be declared on the stock of the
new company. But the Daily News
significantly adds, "those who buy
the certificates in the expectation of
receiving a dividend next month are
likely to be disappointed. The fact
is, the uctoner uiviuenu nas oeeu
passed, and there is very grave
doubt whether the ingenuity of the
great banking house of Kidder, Pea
body & Co. can put a decent gloss
upon the reorganization scheme of
the sugar trust conspirators. The
law has been clearly laid down, and
it is dililcult to get around."
Seventy-eight cabin and 0C steer
age passengers arrived by the S. S.
Australia this morning. In tiie list
of names were many well known
here, especially Mr. and Mrs. F. P.
Hasting, Mrs. Walter Hill and
daughter, Mr. Chas. M. Cooke and
five children, P. A. Dias, Mr. and
Mrs, J. A. Hopper, Mr. and Mrs.
T. W. Hobron, Frank L. Hoogs,
(brother of William Hoogs of this
city), Mr. E. R. Hendry, Mrs. A.
Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lilie,
Mrs.Moriseau (sister of Dr, Trous
seau), Mrs. T. W. Rawlins and
children, Mr. .f. II. Soper, Mr. R.
N. Webster and others. A number
of strangers, chiefly tourists, also
came. For an hour the town as
sumed a city aspect.
rjiWO Large Airy
L Rooms ami a
Furnished Hedroum with ino
of bath. Inquire at the new cottage on
Kaw'Hluliau (atie, one door fiom King
street. OBiS 3i
rpiIH auiiual meeting of the Mock
X hoblem of the Walunao Co. will
beheld at the olllec of II. A. Wide
uiuiiii. on MONDAY. Oct. t'Oth, at 0
o'clock a. .M. CO. JJKItOKIL
im'i ill Hceriitiiry,
ITMtOM ami idler this dale wn will nol
' bn niioiiilliln for any freight niter
'biiinn hu been iliillviil'i'il lit liny Million,
Pnilluxlo wlimii Iiniglil l coii.iHiirii
limit Im ill III" Million in K'iMiivu lliull
. t iii''fi Mill iw iri'unwi i"i Piitp
it Imiih wui i in Ijuiii ui turn uinl u
mill it. in, mnl Iwiiiumi m mnl v
imli n in.
nihil u 111 mil IwiUiuIiimI fur ihln
v"i-, i".-r i: t.:' : r '
ui iiviHiii ttiMwwi uwi mw
The new Hold del Coioundo, at
Coronado California, built on a scale
exceeding the Hulcl del Monte at
Monterey is -.aid to surpass the lat
ter in every way lis a health iisort.
Tlio lintel del Coiouailo contains
75') riioiii; the dining moms have
a spilling rapacity of 1000 cover;
the ball mom an area of 11,000
square feel; the billiard rooms con
tain 31 tables and the total tloor
urea is 7J acres. The prices range
from 2 a day upwards, and the
p-itroniigc for the pat. season ranged
350 to 750 guests daily.
I7XTRA Fine Mluee Pics fio.h evviv
lli duv at tl Kilt
Pi earn Par-
( AAMARINOS' Refrigerator will ar
V rive per S. S. Australia to-morrow
with thi- foliowlim ti ults, etc., in plen
tiful supply : Giapes, lVaehes, Plums,
Hartlet Pears, .Sugar Pears, Apple,
Pippins, Cnl. Oranges. Fie.-di Fro.en
Oysicrs in tin. and shell; Celery, Cau
lllbiwer.s. Also, full Hues of new sea
con Potatoes and Onions. California
Fruit Market. f!S5 3t
AN opportunity of buying an Interest
In some small busbies established
In Honolulu. Addies.s, stitlng business
nnd pailiciilnrs, ,'IJllsilless,', Kum.ktin
Oilier. iVC lw
AYOUXli Man of good character,
with .some knowledge of book
keeping. Write particular. Address
".I. S.," Hui.i.i:tix Outer. tis.ri2t
AKFLIAIILE Person In kcup a
.smnll et 01 book in tlm even
ing. Address "P. O. Ko- :tia."
111-) Kapioiaui Maternity Home h.it
tw o rooms to aeeonnnotliite navlmr
patients. Ladies of moderate means
who wish to secure a home on reason
able terms, before ami during the time
of their eonllnement, where the best of
food, attendance, nursing and medical
skill will he provided, will please apply
at the Home to Mrs. Milier, the matron,
who will attend to admittance, give
terms or other information retjulrud.
Honolulu. Oct. I, lh'JO. 075 3m
KAIULA having made an assign
ment to the undersigned for the
benetlt of his creditors, all persons bav
ins claims against said J. Kabila are
requested to present them within two
months at the olllec of Ilymnu brothers,
and all who aie indebted to J. Kabila
must make immediate payment to the
rpIIAT Tract or Parcel of
L Laud situated in Palolo
Valley, containing tin area of
100 acres more or less and
belonirimr to the estate of
Chas. Long, deceased. A lease may he
given for a term of years and immediate
possession, if desired. This land was
for ti term of ten years under lease
to the into Philip Milton. For further
information pleac apply to
F. A. SCHAEFEH.
Guardian Estate-Cha. Long, dee'd.
l'n- "s. :. wiioi:."
A FKF.SH LOT OP
HAY & GRAIN
FOU SALE uv
John F. Colburn& Go.
to---- 11. ..in -.1 -... ---. .......I. ... ...
FOJt SAN FIfiANOlSCO,
The Al Hlenmship
Will leave Honolulu for tlm above
Friday, Oct. 24th,
For Freight or Pimsniffl, apply lo
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
080 lw A urn in.
I'lT H S A.U lall
At Tho Beaver Saloon
Hi ilt KOPnt I'l'uprlt'fMr.
lit Imi -wt
NOW IS THE TIME
l The Equitable Life k
Society of the United States,
Arc now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional feu
Hire of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The 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 " " " t'
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS,
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
From the Weto York Sim, April 4th, 1890.)
The Largest Business Ever Tranflsiottid by a Lite Assur
The new buiiiness of thu Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for thu llrst quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fifty
Million Doi.lak.s. This is at the rate qf two hundred trillions of assur
(wv.eor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
Jdarlnformation cheerfully furnished to nn' who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his cilice.
' ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for tlio Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Asauranco Society
of tho U. S.
OOKNEK HOTEIj &
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
SATURDAY, Oct. 4th.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Port Street.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Leading : (Vlillinery s House
Chas. J. FiBhel, Cor. Tort & Hotel Sts.
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