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SATURDAY, OCT. 18, 1890.
O&flU RAILWAY & LAUD GO.'S
To Vnh I.ff.'i.'t AllKltnt RO. 1800.
Satmdavs ami Mondays only.
Stmr Kanla fnm ICnual
Milir Wulmulti Itgm hooluu.
Stun- J a Cummin fiom Wnlmanalo.
.Solir ltobl Lnimii. i apt Woitli, from
Shu Francisco l.i Hilo
8 i Ftunllcm tiom him libido li llllo
VtSSE S LEAViHii TO-KORttOW.
Torn Vetn for Humboldt
VESSELS LEAV NU MONDAY.
VJtmr .las Mahec for Kapaa at I p in
tiinir.I - t'liiiiinins for Waimanalo nt
11 a in
Stun- Kaala !).,0 bnolios Innannu
l'or Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Clau
dlue, Oi-l 17 For Volcano: M Horner.
For way noils : Mr Austin, MrGoetzee,
11 Saddler, W Ebelin-, A Titibs, J D
Jlailtn, C IJ Makce. Ii 0 Hoiid and son,
V. X Hitchcock, W O Gillopie. .Mary
Aliina, (J Kaiser, E l.aaius. O Y Aloim
and w Ife, Koki and about C di:i'k.
The tern Vesta, Captain A. Fridberg,
will sail to-moirow uimnlug for Hum
boldt iu ballast.
SOMALI In San FiatieIeo, Out. 4th,
John Somali, a native of Greece,
aged '15 years, late pioprietorof the
.Ualusou IJleho. sail 1'raiicNeo. A
life long liieml of Mr. Geo Lycur
wus of tbU flty, and well known to
many piomineui ii-idcut of the
MAHCaI Suddenly, Fiiday, Oct. 17,
6-Kuuerul fioni his late residence,
Jloiiuakalia, to-morrow (Sunday), at 4
o'clock. Pi lends and acquaintances
are respectfully invited to attend.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A oold watch nnd chain has been
The steamer Parallon arrived from
Hilo thiB uf lei noon.
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The barkenline Harvester will take
the place of the Luilino on the Hilo
The tug Relief sustained $1,200
damages while pullini; the Lurline
.off the Heads at San Francisco.
Messrs. Hollister & Co. have for
.sale that delightful, natural mineral
water, generally known as Napa
m.. I ..-. hi... -
The annual meeting of the NVaia
nae Co. will be held at the office
of Hon. II. A. Widemann, next
Sfonday, at 9 o'clock a. m.
7 Lewis J. Levey will hold an as
signee's sale on Monday, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the warehouse of J. A.
Dower, Queen street, below the Fish
. i' i
The nnnual meeting of the stock
holders of the Honokaa Sugar Co.
will be held on Wednesday, the 22d
inst, at 10 a. m., nt tho office of F. A.
Schaefer & Co.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Pacific Sugar Mill will
be held on Thursday, the 23d inst.,
at 10 o'clock a. m., at the office of F.
A. Schaefer & Co.
A horse attached to an express
wagon galoped past this office at a
'very rapid rate at about 12 :30 this
Afternoon, slightly interrupting Mr.
Morgan's auction sale of horses.
Westbuook & Taylor, proprietors
of the Central Market, have treated
the Bulletin to some excellent saus
ages. Applying "tho proof of the
pudding" to them, they are found to
It is announced by a committee of
citizens that a public meeting will bo
held in the Armory, Beretania street,
on next Tuesday evening, to discuss
tho bill now before the Legislatuie
on tho Chinc.o question.
Mr. Sam. Maikai, who whb Lieu
tenant on H. M. H. Kaimiloa and
formerly . member of His Majesty's
staff, dropped dead yesterday after
noon from heart ilUeuho. The f unoral
will tuko place from his lato resi
dence, Honuakaha, at four oVIoek
Mit. John Bonmli, piopiiotor of the
.Million ltichn, Sim Francisco, and
California Fiuit Co., Honolulu, died
m S.iu Frnncleco on the -ltli iiinttttit.
Mr. Sonmli arrived In California In
1871 where Im rapidly mndo liiimtolf
known iimoiig tin ri'idimruloiir of
Jim 1'niiinlmin, Lately I in oxlouilctl
lijs bindi-uN In Honolulu iIiiqiikIi III"
IDimIIuiimu Hie California r'nilH'o.
Miih. MuDiilly lU'kiiim'lmlKi'ii wllh
tJnuiU I li r(Mii'l)( of tlll.ui) i'iiiih Dm
Ajjtliiiliiii III" nii'iiny IimIiik Hid iiii)
Of wu I'lillw'tiuii lul.un up iiniuiiK
I 111' iMyttJiii'mn Iff llm Hulhif' lliiliio
bulliJIu iiiinl-mii mi iiif wiii iii
hllbWMI llli'iillH'i "II IIU' umwii iihi
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Satuuijav, Oct. IS.
The House met at 10 o'clock.
KlU'liHTS Ol" COMMIIIKtS.
Ucp. Hoohauo presented thi ic
poitof the judiciary committeo on
the bill retuthig to the crime of iuur
rter. They consider it n wise thing
to have a Ian deuulng the degrees
of murder, and recommend a sub
stitute bill with that object. Signed
by .1. K. Kahookiino, .los. Xawahi,
Wm. White. The bill was lead.
Hep. Hrown moved the report he
adopted. Carried, the bill being
placed on the order.
Rep. A. S. Wilcox piessnted a
minoilty report of the committee ou
commerce, upon the Immigration
bills, submitting a bill that is be
lieved to bo a practical solution of
Km. KlcUard moved that, tho re
poit be laid on the table to be con
sidered with the majoiity icportand
Noble Baldwin moved in amend
ment Hint the mutter be inade the
order for Monday. It was import
ant and they should be getting on
Hep. Lucas spoke of other import
ant matters on the order for Mon
day. Xoble Marsden moved It be made
the special order for Tuesday. Car
ried. Noble Baldwin presented the re
port of the constitutional committee
on the bills to amend the Constitu
tion. They recommend u substitute to
the bill in amendment of Article. 59
relating to the property and income
qualification of voters for Nobles,
the substitute providing that the
property qualification be 1000, and
the income SGOO a year as at pre
sent, providing, however, that the
voter be a subject of the Kingdom.
They recommend a substitute to
the amendment to Article -17 that
provides for special legislation re
garding Chinese, the substitute pro
viding special legislation for import
ed agricultural laborers of any na
tionality. They recommend a substitute to
the bill in amendment of Article C3,
that the property and income quali
fication of Nobles may be changed
by law, the substitute providing that
no person shall sit in the Legislature
except under the provisions of this
The5T recommend a substitute to
the bill in amendment of Article
-18, relating to the King's
veto, that provides for a bill
when passed over the veto by
a two-thirds vote being returned to
the King for his signature. The
substitute proposes that if the King
declines a second time to sign the
bill, it shall become law on being
again passed by a two-thirds YOte.
They recommend that the bill to
amend" Article o.r be passed, which
provides that the compensation ol
Representatives may be increased to
8500 for the biennial term.
They recommend that the bill to
revise the whole Constitution be in
definitely postponed, because they
do not agree with some of the am
endments, and consider it would be
unwise to revise the whole Consti
They recommend, further, that
Article 5G be amended by inserting
"male" before "subject," in regard
to persons who ma' become Nobles.
Also, that Article 62 be amended by
striking out "resident" and insert
ing "subject" in its stead.
Signed by W. H. Corn well, Jos.
Marsden, A. P. Paehaole, II. P.
Baldwin, A. S. Wilcox, J. K. Hoo
kano. Noble Widemann agreed with all
except the recommendation iu re
gard to special legislation for agri-'
Rep. Marques would probably
submit a minority report.
Rep. Riekard moved that the hills
bo printed and take their course.
Minister Brown moved a recon
sideration of the vote on the salary
oi the President of the Board of
Health. The action taken was an
injustice to tho present incumbent,
as his predecessor had drawn the
salary at the rate of S7000 a year,
nnd under the law the present in
cumbent will have to refund the
excess drawn fioin the first of this
Hep. R. W. Wilcox moved to re
consider the vote on the salary of
the Superintendent of Water Works.
Rep. llookauo presented u resolu
tion that whereas the Daii.v Buj.li:
tin published a communication on
Wednesday, (Jet. 15, derogatory to
members of this Ilouso, therefore
resolved that the Stirireaiit-nt-Arnis
be Instructed to bring tlio editor of
said Daii.v Hw.i.i:tin boforu a select
Rep. Brown seconded the resohi' i
(ton. The editor probably had
nothing to do with writing the art!- '
cle, but he should be required to
indicate the guilty person. ;
Rep. l'achaole supported the reso
lution, denouncing the communica
tion. Minister IVteison was In favor of
the reditu ion, but pioposed an
amendment, that the resolution he
refened to a select committee with
power to examine witnesses and ad
Noble Widemann said His Excel
lency had taken the words out of
his mouth, but he would propose a
further amendment, that Reps. Ka
liookano, Paehaole, and Brown, be
the select committee.
Rep. Brown moved iu amendment
to the resolution that it be a com
mittee of live appointed by the
The resolution as amended was
adopted and the President appointed
the following committee: Messrs.
Kahookano, Paehaole, Macfarlane,
Peterson, and C. Brown.
Noble Marsden asked if Noble
Macfarlane was interested in the
Noble Macfarlane said that, as
the hon. Noble had asked him the
question befoie the House, he would
answer. Ho did not own one cent
of stock iu that paper and never
Rep. Kahonkano by request was
excused and Rep. Nawahi appointed.
Noble Macfarlane was excused,
and Noble Widemann decliuiiiK to
net , as not being "a fit subject," Rep.
Lucas was appointed, leaving the
committee as follows: Messrs. Na
wahi. Paehaole, Lucas, Peterson,
and C. Brown.
OltllKl! OK THE DAV.
Second reading of bill to regulate
the interment of the d,ead, as amend
ed by the sanitary committee.
Noble Phillips moved it pass.
Rep. Wnipuilani moved it be in
Rep. Marques, the introducer, did
not favor the alterations hy committee.
Second reading of bill to amend
the law relating to licensed practi
tioners in the lower courts. Con
sidered with favorable report of the
judiciary committee. It provides
that licensees of the lower courts
may appear iu appeals from such
courts belore" the C'neuit Court
Judges at Chambers.
Rep. liookano moved the hill
Minister PcterHon seconded the
motion. It would probably hasten
litigation and perhaps prevent litiga
tion. The bill passed to be read a third
The House adjourned at 11:53
THE HILO ROADS.
Allow mo thiough your columns
to call attention to the roads along
tho Hilo Coast. From Hilo to IV
pniknti the road i in lair condition.
At Pnpuikou it Is so neatly impassa
ble that a portion of it has been
fenced off, for over two months. In
order to pilvate accidents; this por
tion Is still closed to the public use.
Between Papuikou and Onomea,
a large portion of tl.e load is (in
wet weather) from 1 to 2 feet deep
From Otiomea to Kuwainui it is in
about the same condition ; rather
worse than better.
Just beyond Kawiunui there 13 a
stieam sonic 20 feet wide, always
difficult, frequently dangerous, nnd
iu time of freshets, impassible; the
bridge was washed uwny over two
months ago, and no attempt has yet
been made to replacu it.
From this stream the really ttnd
road commences; the mud is fre
quently 3 feet in depth, and a horse
will sink to his girths; these is no
dodging it, both sides are fenced,
and it is bad nt all times. It is
positively dangerous in that weather
and this, not fur one mile, but for
the entire distance from the stream
mentioned to Hakalau. The dis
tance is 6 miles, more or less, and it
is in the same horrible condition all
A causeway six or more feet iu
width should at once be built over
the worst portions of the road. A
bridge should bo placed over the
stream near Kawainui without loss
of time. If Road Boards are still
in force at leafet one member should
reside in the vicinity of Pepeekeo or
Ilonomu, and should by reasou of
his oeation have an interest in keep
ing the road in good condition. The
present condition of the roads in
Ililo district is a disgrace to the
country. X. X.
ilfE :- III
tf GIYKN OUT -for-i
Moiiriu) uttei noon. October 13th, tho
tyllowlug were drawn:
Club 1-Member Xo. 25.
Ci.un 2 Member No. 38.
Cu:i 3 Member No. 10.
Cluii 4 Member "So. :!0.
Cr.i'n 5 Member No. 2.
NOW IS THE TIME !
i The Equitable Life Ass
Join and secure a place In this
jtjy We gmratitco tlvu etery mem
ber of our clubs whl positively get a
Solid 14 Karat Gold Watch with line
full Jeweled Waltham Movemeut for
$1.00 Per Week.
a. F, Mm. Watch CI
078 1 111
EXTRA Fine Mince
day at the "Elite
Pies fresh every
Ice Cream l'ar-
People's Excursions !
O. R. & L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation!
Society of tho United States,
Are now selling tliolr Bunds, and upou easy teims. The additional fed
turn of Insurance goes with evety Bond.
Tho following are n few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company :
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 u " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Compan' is equitable, its payments prompt and ceitain, and Us
(From the New Vor Sun, April Hh, 1890.)
Tlit Ijttvjiortt. BuhIiii'kh Ever Tmnfliictcil by a L4I Assur-
The new busiuess of the Kquitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of tho present year is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollars. This in at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance, for the year, and in unprecedented In the annals of life assurance.
jQrlnformalion cheerfully furnished to an' who will write to or call
upon I he undersigned at hiB office.
ALEX. J. CARTWR8GHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Societv
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
CORN UK UOTKIj & tfOltT STREETS.
CtAMARINOS' Refrigerator will ar-
rie per S. S. Australia to-morrow
with the following fruirs, etc., in plen
tiful supply: Grapes, Pcieliei?, Plums,
Unrtlet Pears, Sugar Pears, Apples,
Pippins, Cal. Or.uijres, Fiesh Frozen
Oysters, In tins and heil; Celery, Cau
lliloweis. Also, full Hues of new sea
son Potatoes ami Onions. California
Fruit Mai ket. CS5 :it
A burglary was committed last
night at the residence of Mr. C.
Along, Nuuanu street. The thief or
thieves effected entrance into the
lamp room, adjoining the kitchen,
through the outer window, and took
three bags of rice which had been
temporarily stored there the day
previous, awaiting removal to the
store-room. It is supposed the
theft was committed between one
and two o'clock this morning, as
Miss Marie Along was awakened
about that time by some noises in
the direction of the cuok house. Tho
night watchman on the premises
knew nothing of the burglary until
it was discovered by the steward
ON Xiiuanu street, between Kulmi
and School streets, a Gold Watch
with Chain attached. Owner cau have
same by proving property and paying
for this advertUement. Applv to
C87 3t Foit street.
Leaving the Hnslnln De.ot at Ii45 1 M.
Tr.iiii3 will be made up of Coiehes
and Canopy-top Cars all one pi lee.
C3TEeiir'lon Hates for thee Trains
50 Cents to Pearl City and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Ro
turn. An opportunity for a delightful ride
and a breath of pin e air, for only tw 0
cents per mile. U05 lm
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
USING THE KING'S NAME.
A gentleman who has just return
ed from abroad says that while he
was at Bournemouth, a fashionable
watering place in South England, he
was frequently asked when King Ka
lakaua intended visiting that place.
It was learned that a well dressed
man had visited all the hotels at the
resort and,rcpresenting himself as tho
King's advance agent, received be
tween $50 and 8G0 from each hotel,
agreeing in return, to have the Kins
stop at each place on his arrival.
After getting a goodly sack the ras
cal skipped by an early train before
bis fraud was discovered.
Messrs. Hollister & Co. have just re
ceived a consignment of this
DelMM Mural Mineral
jfiy For snlc by the Case, Dozen or
Bottle at the stoic of
HOLLISTER & CO..
CS7 Fort street. lw
d foi fit iW A tmzi
Ed m MM w
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Twentieth Sunday after Trinity.
Cathedral services :
Holy Communion C :30 a. 111.
Litaii3r at 9 :30 a. m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon at
10 a. ra.
Hawaiian Evensong and Sermon,
3:30 p. m.
Evening prayer and Sermon, (1
Per"S. h. Auhtiullu,"
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. NOLTK, Proprietor.
All orders for cartape promptly attended
to. Particular attention
paid to tho
Storing & Shipping
Of good In transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
t3T Office: Nest door to Jas. F.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual ID -aTELCPHONECsSr Boll 4H
SATURDAY, Oct. 4th.
('OllimiiiHt oi nun iioiimi ut i p, in,,
Ui't, 8, to Inform said cominltloti
wlii'tliur lio I a guilty or nthurwlmi of
publishing niu.'Ii derogatory intitlor,
Tint mover HpoUo In iiipoit of
llm M'boluUoii, ilosoillilng lliu com.
luillilpation, wliluli lm itmil, u liulng
ino.l liitiilllnu: to ili imtlwi im-'iii'
lim. It iiilfjlK mil lm") liiipliuil
t lliu iiunnr liml only n iiiII louul
ulimiliiiliin, lull llu inuii'1'. "mil
tuiiiml hIii'I" II wuiim muilHuutt
llJlllfUWOU Ul UJI)
Ittiuiv. y iiuuiml
iiitT Ouiikiliulluii mo-
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nu it npim v fur nun muni ul liui
mil ouii "iii'if ii
Tho Hawaiian Hand will give a
public concert at Emma Square
this afternoon at 1:110 o'clock, ten
dering the following programme :
Mnivli-Seinper J'ldells .....Bmuit
Ovm tine LlghlH avalry .Hiippn
Huut II Tiovi lurii.MiMiini t.i Vt'iill
llullel Mutilo oMingit,.., ,.AIh.-I
WhII Kimiiiior IJvi Wwldleiifel
j'ulU Ionian WanlMun.
UUI'lIU- I1J i " il'i. 'I
THE WAY THEY 8INQ IT
him' it eliuiliuil. iu In .Inn,
ou HHiniuinl II I ihni l Mintvi
with I In1)' whim niuinml
1 J vHSV&yT X 1
IN DARKEST AFRICA
Tbocv'lo!t.tor7i't HUiili-yVnxiDiit lillllnit
btlvuturi4 aiiiI lh iUI(m io or lil. luiiMirUut
tlliiiilt will 41'iiw.r for thu llr.t limn Iu tlio
i.ik written 1. 1 hlii xir, I'lilltua "In lUilral
Afil'H " II lil lm l ivlvi. 1 I)) tny uf tliu 'c
call. .1 "Bluitlr, b.n 1 1 ji iu lh lu uiftiiix! 4. "k'tfu.
utiitiHiii 'ttitthtuilo ' 'I'ii lm t.i.c of lhie hiu
Hluiilrrioiilrltutit hIIii .
'llrloUlirni iMll'iiiuli.tiltl.l. i,UlimMt Ihi'pv
0"irvclliii"rr lur.iouUi W o i'iui4i,ui It, uml
will irlHiiiHI,mrl lilt !itl ulimi
PMITinW lii wrtr ii-i.iu .U mi.Unl
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OHAHUUa KOIllUNIMl'S UON8
AiilliilUniui4il"4-M'' ,-r I . 4Villlk-J'u
I'l Ul') iiwu
FROM and after this date we will not
be nsponsible'for any fi eight after
same has been dclivcied at any station.
PartUbto whom freight is consigned
must be at the station to receive their
Xii fre'ght will be received for ship
ment between the hours of 8:H0 ami 9
o'clock a. m , ami between 1:30 and a
o'clouU , in.
Trains will not be iletaiiuil for ship
ment of freight without special ui range
ineiil. -No freight will be received after
this date hnlcs chaises are pieiiaid.
O.VUU JtAlLWAY A: LAN'IJ CO
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort StrentH.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
W. G. Ashley, Siiperintcnilent.
olulu,Oet.:l, lbtiO. CM tf
K Of ICE.
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I lllMVuiHHtp) MUlllll)
A, L, BANCROFT & CO.
m post feTiir.eT,
Ul THAN 160
llnu'Ml Agtniw lor llm IMtlllti UhmI
J, Wf QhRmhorlln,
null tiii i-i ijj-u)ibu lii-iiiua).
JK.MULA having made ati assign-
nient to the undersigned for the
benefit ot his ci editors, all persons hav
ing claims against said .1. Kalula are
lcque&ted to pie-eat them within two
months at the olllee of Ilyiimn Iirntbers,
ami all who me indebted to J, Kalula
must niuko immcillate paineui to the
IIM) Sw 1. Ui;ilIXriTi:iX.
rpill ICaplolaiil Mattiriilty lloinn has
X two room to at commodate paying
patients. Ladic-t of moilitrale means
who wich to kcciiio a home on it'iinm
nblo tvuiiA, befojo mid dining the time
of their eniillneiiienl, wiiiuti the Im.sl of
fond attiimlitueu, nuriliij? mid medical
ht.ll! will he pri)ldetl, will pluusn npply
nt tlm Ilium) lo Mis, .Miller, llm iimiroii,
who will nileml in ailiulliuiife, glvo
leiin. or other Infm mutton ieiiilivd,
llfiimliilii. Uti, I, Jh'.m. "Tftjim
I IIOI)l(IOii:.iii( Iviiuii. MiiiiI.IihV-
tl ? Iiik iinulii mi imluiiineiil uf il
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Uii iiilmu'UHhI lw ita'.uuiiDiflKUw ulililu
mm uiiiuiui ii4Ui.uiji. uimj uii
Leading : iiillirBry : House
Chaa. J. rishel. Cor. Tort & Hotel Sta.
FOR SALE !
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From Boropi id Late Arrivals from on nilM Slates.
"Palm Treo" "
"ltoyal Club" (. 5 TIV
"Elephant" t Xp --X
G. II. Mumm A. Co. f
Louis Koederor )
Hennepsy 3 Star
Do Laago Fils 1 Star
flonsale ifc Co. 5 Crown
John ExhIiaw Extra Xo. 1
Way Wend Scotch
llourbon, 1881, in bulk
Canadian Ityo, 1882, iu bulk
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