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UAiJbX BUiiJblflTJJS : JiOJSUJLiUliU, M. i., OCTOBER 21, law.
TUESDAY, OCT. .!, 1890.
To Take liffcrt October !45, 1NIIO.
A.M. tM. P.M.
8:15 1:45 4::it)t
9:49 2:19 G:3fit
10:Cl 3:51 5:4Bt
11:55 4:55 0:50t
t Saturdays only.
Stnu- Mokolli fiom Molokal
Stmr Iwalnnl from Ilninnktiu nml Lahn-
Stmr V G Hull from Mmil nml HnwiiH
Stmr llawnh from Umiiukun
Stmr Mokolllfor Molokat nml Lanal at
5 p in
Ilk Velocity, Mm (in, for Hongkong
Stmr Llkeliku for Mnul at 5 p m
Stmr Waialcale for ICuuai at 5 p m
Stmr Pole for Kauai ut 5 p in
Stmr .Ins Makeu for ICapaa at I p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kiluuca Hon for llamakua at Iptn
S S Farallon, S Bonitlold, for S.m
Francisco anil San Diego
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Iwalanl 1072 bags sugar and 15 sundry
Mokolli 20 calves, 2 head cattle, 1 18
bags sugar and 3 homes.
FOREIGN VESSELS IxplcYETh
II B M Flagship Warspite from British
Bruk Glrvau from Livcipool, sailed
July 10, duo Nov 15-30
S S Mariposa, from San Francisco, tine
Am bk Edwaid May. D Mahany, from
Boston, sailed Aug 5, duo .Ian 1-15,
Br bk Charlotte, Bohndotf, fiom Liver
pool, sailed Sept 2, duo .Ian 15-31,
Bktne Mary Winkelinan from San Fran
cisco duo Oct 31-Xov 5
Grbk Santiago fiom New York, sailed
Sept 20, due Feb 20-28
USS Muidc.iu, from Sydney via Samoa
11 M 8 Nymph fiom Esquhnalt
Am bk Hesper from Newcastle, N S AV
Fiom Uamnkun and Lahaina per
stmr Iwnlaul, Oct 2111 P Broderick,
G S Tweedie, M V Holmes, O D Miller,
L II Duncan, Mr lloso, 1 Chinese and
From .Molokiii, per stmr Mokolli, Out
21 T E Evans and 12 deck.
The stmr Faiallon will sail for San
Diego and Sail Francisco at 12 noon to
morrow. The bark Velocity, Capt G Martin,
sailed to-day for Hongkong with about
LOCAL & CENTAL NEWS.
A giiil is wanted for house work.
The latest drawing
of watches is
A machinist well pobted on murine
engines wants a job.
Mk. T. Lishman advertises
reroheron btallion White Cloud.
Tin: Paiadiso of the Pacific for
September will bo issued to-inoriow.
j-A considukaum: amount of naval
stores came by the Australia this
"Wiinitr. did you gel those delici
ous sausages?" Answer in another
Tun House did not reach a vole on
the Queen's lease bill on third lead
ing this forenoon.
This evening the Y. M. C. A.
givo a reception to Capt. Bray
friends ut the hull.
Tun Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Company will pay a quurteily
"All aboard" for another bicycle
entertainment by Maltby next Satur
day. See advertisement.
Mil. H. Uiookmunu is propaied to
do horse-clipping, and orders for his
cervices may be left at the l'antheon
Tin: Oahu Hallway has a. now time
'table in this issuo, to tako oiled next
Snturday. It has three tiuins each
way daily, and four on Saturdays.
Tjik election cases uguinst F. Tur-
rill and J. M. Vivas, Inspector of
Election, were nollo pioscquicd in
the Supremo Court this morning.
Comicadkh W. F. Williams and
Samuel MoKciguo of this city have
been appointed aides-de-camp to
(ien. A. J. Buckles of tho California
Department of tho (J. A. It.
(J(!Vi:iiN.Mi:.NT land at Iviilu, Muni,
ami Ivan, Hawaii, wilt coino under
Mr, lluHhlii'in'H lianiiiiur at the mi-
tianconf Aliiuluiii llulo to-iuoirow
noon. I'aillmilais In ollloinl iiuliuim
, . ,. -
Till'. Wiiiuiiitu Uiiinpituy lias iiim(
Uil llio following iilllttuini iliin. II. A.
W iuunmiiiii I'lmniluiiii lion. l, .
Wllmiii VIw-I'imIiIwiH Mr.
JUUHUI'i TM'itnilH'n ll'l. 0. O.
Kill, AuillUii nml nuuii'iiiix
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J'lJD IJuilululu I'Ulillu uill m,m
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Tuesday, Oct. 21.
The House met at 10 o'clock, and
had a quorum 15 minutes later.
HKPOHTS OF COMMITTI'.US.
Rep. Lucas presented printed bills
from Uio printing connnilteo.
Rep. Luuas presented a resolution,
that a committee of five bo appoint
ed to define the duties of Fire Mar
shal of the Honolulu Fire Depart
ment, and report by bill or other
wise within live days. Adopted.
Noble Widemann moved that the
bill to amend the election law bo
made the oulcr of the day Thurs
Noble McCarthy moved that,
whereas there is a disease among
Portuguese in Ililo, which is liable
lo become epidemic, resolved thnt
the Minister of the Interior be in
structed lo confer with the President
of the Board of Health, on measures
lo prevent such disease from becom
ing epidemic. Referred to the Min
ister of the Interior.
oiiDini of Tin: day.
Third reading of bill to grant
possession of certain leases to Her
Majesty Queen Kapiolani.
Noble Cornwall moved that the
bill pass. He said: The Bill No.
178 before this House, is an Act to
restore tho leasehold of certain lands
to Her Majesty the Queen. The
legality of the lease issued, by Mr.
Bush who was Minister of the In
terior in 1883, was never questicd,
until a law suit was defeated, in
which one of the late Cabinet was
counsel for defendant. This was a
suit brought by myself against Mr.
Fornander, for trespass and the
.Supreme Court sustained me, and
awarded damages after this case
was decided in my favor. The late
Minister of the Interior Mr. Thurs
ton, with that animosity that he has
always shown towards the Royal
family, at once commences action
against me to recover these lands,
on the grounds of the lease not being
issued according to law. Whether the
lease was legal or illegal, whether it
was valid or void is not to the pur
pose in this petition. The Queen
leased the land to me. For such sub
leasing one of the Ministers, Mr.
Aholo, endorsed his consent in writ
ing as required by the original lease.
I had no means, Mr. President of
knowing whether every formality of
law bad been complied with or not.
I was justified in assuming evcry
thing was regular, because one of
the successors of Mr Bush in ollicc,
endorsed his petition and accepted
rent from me, as also the late Minis
ter of the Interior Mr. Thurston up
to Jan. 1881). Now, Mr. President,
I considered myself entitled to cer
tain equity, which members of this
House, have advised me to bring
forward here, in the form of a claim
for damages. But I declined to do
so' 1 was then assured I would have
their support of a bill to restore my
lease, or such portions of that land
which had not been appropriated by
the government for homestead pur
poses, and this is all that this bill
asks of this House. I have pre
sented the facts as they arc to this
House and will leave the matter to
your judgment. I leased the lands
in good faith, this Government has
accepted of my rent, and if the
honorable members believe I have
any claim llioy will vote for the
passage of the bill, if not against it.
I will now move that this bill pass.
Noble J. M. Horner said they had
an onslaught on the treasury of the
kingdom yesterday, and to-day they
hail an onslaught on the public
lands. There were laws for the
control of the public lands, by which?
the Ministers must be guided, lie
did not believe in taking the Minis
ters' business out of their hands.
They had done so in regard to the
Kalihi Hospital and driven the
doctor and nurse out. They had
driven the doctor out of the Asylum.
He moved the bill be indefinitely
postponed. If it was to pass the
name of the lion. Noble should be
inserted in place of Her Majesty's,
as that was what the bill meant.
The land was devoted to the public
before the homesteads law was
enacted, and it should be left for
Noble Widemunn was for once on
the side of the lion, member from
llamakua and would support his
motion. He did this because when
the late Minister of the Interior,
Mr. Thurston, happened to do right
by mistake he did not want lo upset
his action. Mr. Thurston did right
in taking up this lease, and he there
fore supported tho motion to inde
finitely postpone the bill.
Noble Coruwcll regicttcd that
when the hou. member from Hono
lulu decided for oncu to support Mr.
Thurston, for once he was mistaken.
When that leiibo was made in 188IJ
lliu laud wiih not worth more than
8100 a year, ami fiOOl) acres of laud
alongside of It wn only bringing
87.1 u your. Ii vum Jihl hh good u
least) as over .Mi. I'lUU'titOU iiiadu,
iilllinilgli lliu Inuil Inul ilonliluil In
Nolilu Wliliiiiiiiini btiiil IiIh nlijuu
lion wm nut to lliu lunnu lUulfi Iiul
to lliu fnul llllll l wu iiul put up t
Kuulu Uuninull iinuiwJ uiui mm
uivuiib' umjuiim Uj uuiuiUiiui
w.vm a mm
right In making that lease at tho
Rep. Paclinolo was much impress
ed with tho explanation made by
Noblo Raldwin the other day, that
tho most valuable part of the land
had been divided into homesteads,
while for the poorer portion the bill
provided that the Quecti should pay
double the former rental. Tho bill
would probably prevent a claim for
damages next session, and ho was in
favor of it.
Noblo Widemann read the law lo
show that ho wasnotmistaken. Itwas
land worth not less than 8300 that
must bo put up at auction, and not
land of any certain rental as claim
ed. Tho value of tho land and not
that of the rental was tho question
wllli tho Minister.
Noble J. M. Homer thought it
wrong for tho House to repair tho
consequences of illegal leases.
Noblo Widemann was glad that in
one single instance an illegal lease
was upset. He hoped the hon.
member from llamakua would bring
in a resolution instructing the Min
ister of the Interior to go for all
illegal leases. They were as thick
as blackberries. Just one instance
was the sale of a lotto II. Hackfeld &
Co., adjoining their premises, which
was 300 by CO feet, for the magnifi
cent sum of 82000. There was a
nigger in tho fence there.
Minister Brown related the his
tory of the lease and said that it
was a legal principle that if the
foundation was illegal any subse
quent transactions thereon must also
be illegal. It would not be condu
cive to confidence in tho Ministry if
they should condone an offense of
their predecessors. He would there
fore bo compelled to vote acainst
Rep. Lucas asked why the late
Minister of the Interior did not try
lo break the lease whenever he came
into olllce. The ground of the at
tack on this lease was simply the
opposition of the Iatc Ministry to
everything for the benefit of the
Royal Family. That regime of Min
isterial tyranny was over, we were
now under a period of justice.
There was not a member who had
ventured to assert that the land was
worth 8300 at the date of the lease.
Noble Parker did not think the
lease legal so far as the law went,
but there was a wrong in the matter
calling for remedy. The Queen
leased the land to Mr. Cornwell in
1887, and the lessee had paid 81G0O
or 81700 since, but he had got little
or no benefit from it, as he was al
ways under threat of being dispos
sessed. The House had rectified
several illegal transactions this ses
sion ; for instance, in voting to repay
certain firms for advances on the
Volcano road. Bet now when an
injured person applies to the House
to have his land restored, the objec
tion is raised that the House is sus
taining an illegal transaction. Some
thing should be done to prevent in
justice in the matter.
Rep. Nawahi described the busi
ness before the House as part of the
biennial house-cleaning. Members
were making a great fuss about land
on the slopes of Haleakala, but neg
lected what was under their no3es
on the west side of the harbor, where
the late Government gave a lease of
very valuable property to the Oahu
Railway Company for one dollar a
Noble Muller said the harbor lease
was being investigated by a commit
tee. Rep. Nawahi said great bodies
moved slowly, and that committee
had been out four months without
Noble Widemann said the hon.
member was not speaking truth.
The committee was not appointed
anything like four months ago. It
was not like the opium committee.
Rep. Nawahi said that was just
where the hon. Noble was wrong
again. The opium committee had
reported and named the guilty per
It is rumored that a ball will be
given at tho Palace shortly.
Anotiiek concert will ho givon by
tho Hawaiian band at Waikiki Villa,
some evening this week.
Onk of the wheels of a loaded dray
went through the planking of the O.
S. S. wharf this morning. K
A ciiai.i.i:ni: of the oilicers of the
U.S. K.S.Charleston, to pluy'a match
game of foot-ball,at Makiki next l''ii
day afternoon, between tho hours of 4
and ft o'clock, has boon accepted by
tho town boys and a team is being(
CJ. Wooi.si:v was lined .ff0 and
if.'I.OO costs in the l'olico Court this
morning, for iihmiiiU and battery on
Akaiia, a Chiimtmiii, His counsel,
Mr. Kaiihikou, noted iim appeal, Tho
Chinaman appeared in Court with a
dreadful eye, from a stone thrown by
A I'Iiivati: letter by the Zealandia
contains tho information that tho
Countess of Kintore, wife of I.onl
Kintoru, (lovoinor of the colony of
Soulli Aiistialia, will lw a ia.bougor
mi lotitu for Kuiopo by tlio next
btnaniur (tlui Alamidii) fiom Hyduuy,
l.udy Klnluiu Ims won guml pojm
Imlty in flm OnlmiH' ly lw nlhV
lilllty nml Kciioinsiiy,
1 1 UN, Will, Tohh, iiiiuillmr o( it
lluynl (lujiiiiiUiiuii hiiiiiiiiii hy lliu
lliiiikli I'orlliMiiunl un tui'i'iiiullMihJ!
In llwimlulii imililiitf linutliUulLuini
In lliwl itpul, Tlw nuuiMttiuir
um' w P' iim, uiuwiMj uf uju'jwu
uuu un uw wuim, m
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awmwiwit . & it uauu kwhu Pijumi m imjwuu wuiuuui!. m ivi
Saturday, Oct. 25th.
xv'i i urn?,
Mr. W. 8. MALTBY,
The Undisputed Champion Scientific &
Artistic Cyclist of the Woild.
New features and tricks in funcy
ing will bo Introduced that have i
before been wituessed here.
Excursion Train leavos Honolulu
2:30 P. M.
Tickets for the round trip including ad
mission to the grounds :
ISTSeats will be provided for all.
This Is your last chance !
The Thoroughbred Percheron
Imported by Hon. S. Parker, will stand
for a short time at
T. Lishman's Stable,
THE undersigned is prepared to do
horse-clipplm: at reasonable rates.
Orders left at the Pantheon Stables will
receive prompt attention.
083 lm II. BKOOKMANN.
AGIKL to assist In general house
work: family of husband, wife
and Infant; German preferred,
at this olllce.
AN opportunity of buying an interest
in some small busines'. established
in Honolulu. Address, statiiiR business
and pai tlculars, "Business," Bulletin
Olliee. (J80 lw
A SITUATION, by a sinle middle
aged' general machinist and en
gineer, well posted on marine work and
steam engines in general. The very
best of references as to ability, charac
ter and manners, etc. Address "II.,"
this olllce. . CM) lw
Cottace with imntiies.
detached cook-house and ser
vants' rooms, large stable, etc., on Nuu
anu Avenue, near School street. Large
yaid with fruit trees and choice llowcrs.
Kent reasonable. Apply at Bullktik
Olllce. 081) tf
A QUARTERLY Df VIDEND Is due
and payable to the stockholders of
the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.
at their oflleo on WEDNESDAY, Oct.
22il, 18'J0 Jab. L. McLEAN,
Honolulu, Oct. 21,1800. G8'J lit
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Waiauau Co. held
October 20th, tho following gentlemen
were duly elected lo serve as otlicors for
the ensuing year, vl. :
II. A Wldemiiim President,1
O. N. Wilcox Vlco-I'rcsldent,
A. ilueger Ticasurcr,
C. O. Borger. .Auditor & Beuictnry,
O. O. IJEHGKR,
C8U lw Secretary.
FTM1E annual mcotliig of the stock
X holders of the Ilouokuu Sugar Co.
will bo held on WEDNESDAY, the
22nd Inst., id 10 o'clock A, M., at the
olllce of V, A. Scliiiufer it Co.
(187 at riiTiitlniy.
TJII'i ttiniuiil mi'i'iliiK i(
I hi Mont of Mil' I'mill In
wlllluilmhl (ill TIIDHHDAY, Iim 2.111
lllli III 10 o'lilm'lt A, Mm III lliu Ollll ll llf
Ml il Htu'ruiiiiy.
y. v:,i. v a ."j.
ui Ii turn m mi r WEE -Y BULLETIN.
Tlicso Filters are easily cleansed,
and NEVER become CKACKED or
CRAZED by change of temperaturo of
The Flltet Medium Is a NATURAL
STONE, mined from tho earth. It Is
unlike any other stone.
It Does Not Absorb and
Become Foul I
IMPURITIES never PENETRATE
It, but He on the surface, and internally
the stone remains as pure and whlto
after years of use as when taken from
The Gate City Stone Filter Is a per
fect success. It is tho only real lllter I
have ever seen. I would not bo without
one for any consideration. It converts
our lake water into the best drinking
water In the world.
IIenky M. Lyman, M. D.,
C33 West Adams St., Chicago.
JS- Por Salt! by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opposite Spreckels & Co.'s Bank,
G88 lm Port street, Honolulu.
VE :- 60L
BT GIVEN OUT -a
Monday afternoon, October 20th, the
following were drawn :
Ci.un 1 Member No. a.
Club 2 Member No. 19.
Club 3 Member No. 22.
Club I Member No. 52.
Club 5 Member No. C3.
Glut Ho. 6 lw Forim!
Join and secure a place in this
t& We guarantee that every mem
ber of our clubs will positively get a
Solid 14 Karat Gold Watch with line
full Jeweled Waltham Movement for
$1.00 Per Week.
H. F. Wlcinii . Watch CI
Messrs. Hollister & Co. have just re
ceived a consignment of this
SUCf For sale by the
Bottle at the store of
Case, Dozen or
HOLLISTER & CO.,
087 Fort street. lw
ler"S. S. Australia,"
At The Beaver Saloon
II.. I. NOIJTK, Proprietor.
ON Niiiuimi htieot, between Kiiknl
and School Hticets, u Gold Watch
with Chain atliu'lit'd, Owner can have
hiiiiiu by proving property and paying
for this ndwrtlsenn'iit. Apply to
ilHTUt Foil uncut.
llOIWKM'IWiif Kiiiiii, Mwtll,liv
illg lllltllli till llulglllllllllt uf lilj
iiMjiimly to lliu iiiMi'ilgiiml lm' I in
inniiiii uf hU I'liulltiii. imilrn U Imru y
uIyiiii Him nil "liilnii iiKiilimt lilin imi'l
lilt 111 tHHIlU'll ! Uif iiihIi'uIkiiwI wllliln
llllili' llll'lllll flMlllllijUi. HU uiluiwii
uiluhtui In tub J, Mil UUW Ult III'
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NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Arc now Belling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional foa
turc of Insuranco goes with every Bond.
Tho following are a fow of tho many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
Tho Company is equitablo, its payments prompt and certain, and its
From the New York Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
Tho LurjroHt Business Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
Tho now business of tho Equitablo Life Assurance Society of Now
York for the first quarter of tho prcbont year is reported to exceed Fifty
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
anceor the year, and is unprecedented in tho annals of life assurance.
"Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRBCHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable'Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S. Jan-1-90
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
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You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Leading s Millinery s House
Chas. J. Fishel. Cor. Fort & Hotel StB.
FOR SALE !
,. Ex "ADONIS" & "BLENGFELL"
I Fin Ernie aiLate Arrivals Irom tlio United states.
"Royal Club" I OTIV
"Elephant" f trl
G. H. Munnn fc Co.
HennesBy 3 Star
I)e Laage Fils 4 Star
Qonsalez & Co. 5 Crown
John Exshaw Extra No.
Islay Blend Scotch
Bourbon, 1881, in bulk
Canadian Rye, 1882, in bulk
Palis t Milwaukeo "i
Letup's tit. Louis
Fredericksburg Sun Joso )
BASS'H ENGLISH ALE, GUINNESS'8 DUBLIN STOUT,
EUROPEAN PORTS and SHERRIES,
Of Ui'Ht Quality ;
Oitliforniit WlnoK itiid OruiiiUeK,
III dusks mid Cuut'rf, Klo,, Etc., Etc,, F.lo,, Kte,
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