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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Take KITcct October 25. 1800.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Loavo Honolulu.. 0:15 8:4G 1:45 4:30t
Arrlvo llonoullull. 7:20 0:49 2:4U 5:85f
Loavo llonoullull. 7:30 10:51 8:51 5 :45f
Arrlvo Honolulu., 8:35 11:55 4:55 G:50f
t Saturdays only. ,
SchrLnvlnia fiom Knual
SchrJCnulllmi from Kauai
Sohr Lukn from Hawaii
Sclir Molwauluc from Hawaii
Bktuo V II Dlmpnd, Drew, 14 days from
Stmr Klluuea IIou for Hnmnkuu at 4pui
B b Farallon, S Uoultleld. for Han
Francisco and Snu Diego
VESSEiS LEAVINii HMWRROW.
tftmr lnalnnl for Lnhalna and Ilnma
kua at 10 a in
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
W G Hall !IG2 bns sugar, 80 head cat
tle, 52 bags cotfee, 158 b.igs nwa, 4
horses and 130 sundry packages.
For Maui per stmr Likelike, Oct 21
G Oopp, MntJudd, 2 otbcis and about
For Kauai per stmr Mlkabala, Oct 21
Ed Lacey, Mrs Spioull, 11 Iscnbeig
and wife, Awe Schlucher, V A Peer,
Miss Piaddle und 2 ) deck.
Flora Hawaii !c Maul, per stmr W G
Hall, Oct 21 Hon J Kaubane, H N
Grecuwell, E V Fuller, J Kuaimoku,
Mrs Yeo Hop, S Fuirou, J Boyd, J Mor
gan, Mis E W Jobusou, J K Kekaula
and wife, L A Lane, E Duv.uu belle,
Mrs Annie Kali, Mis lloapili, .1 J Wil
liams and -wife, Mrs .) bmiib and 82
The barkentiuc W H Diuiond, Cnpt
Diew, anlved this morning 14 days
from San Francisco. Had light breeze
the entire pass.ige. She brought a full
cargo of general merchandise and also
20 bogs. .
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A second hand safe is wanted.
A Chautauqua society is being
Aloha is the name of a boat, given
in a recent issue of Puck.
A lady wishes a position as house
keeper or as nurse for an invalid.
Extra tramcirs will be put on for
the band concert at Wuikiki Villa
Jun Hee having sold Ihe Cosmo
politan Restaurant, will pay all bills
incurred by him as proprietor.
Tun Daily Bulletin is by public
choice as well as by circulation the
leading paper of the Kingdom.
The full band of the U. S. Flag
ship Charleston will be in attendance
at the bicycle exhibition at Pearl City
The Pacific Sugur Co. will hold its
annual meeting at 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning, at the office of P. A.
Schaefcr & Co., Merchant street.
The Young Company having
bought the Cosmopolitan Kcstaurant
on Bethel stieet, promises better fare
and announce rates in an advertise
ment. A well-known gentleman of this
city has an enormous collection of
postal cards, some of which are
curious publications and are from
countiies seldom heard of.
C. PuLLEoniMi, President of the
Argentine Republic, has written an
autograph letter to King Kalakaua,
announcing his accession to that
office, tendering friendship, etc.
The llonokaa Sugar Co. have
elected the following officers for the
ensuing year: F. A. Schnefer, Presi
dent; J. Hoting, Vice-President and
Treasuier; H. Renjcs, Secretary; M.
Men from the U. S. 1 S, Charles
ton will give :i minstrel and variety
show at tiie Hawaiian Opera Houfc
noxt Saturduy ovening. Tlio box
plan will open nt Mr. Lovoy's ofllco
0 o'clock Friday morning.
The scalo bug has appeared in
Koria, noar the Catholic Church nt
Napoopoo. The Commissioners un
der thu Plant Diseases Act having
been notified, will send a colony of
lady bugs to thu spot toorudiuulo thu
Tiro Hawaiian Dana will glvu a
public concert nt Tliomus Square
this cvvnlitK "t 7ilQ o'clock, rcir
doling tlic following piogruniinoi
Miiiuli TaiinliiiiMi'r i .. Wtmiwr
ilrflllliild'Hiioc-itfljmiiiciil., , ftnilfii'y
'I'll"!! J.-Iu, lluwI-OVO UHlii). llaiMHMl
'l'liti liituinulluiiu Uonui'itlliiiiii
ho naUtiii--rii ii ,, hfrai
Wednesday, Oct. 22.
The House met nt 10 o'clock.
itr.ronTS op committees.
Repi Knhooknno presented the re
port of the education committee on
the petition of Kanilio for the resto
ration of land taken for school pur
poses in Kohala, rccom mending for
reasons iiven that tlio petition bo
laid on the table. Adopted.
Rep. Kabooknno presented the
report of tho judiciary committee on
the bill to make the Hawaiian ver
sion of tho laws the binding one
when there is an irreconcilable dif
ference between it and tho English
version. They recommend that tho
bill be laid on tho tabic.
Rep. Baker moved that the report
be laid on the tabic to bo consider
ed with the minority report.
Tho report was adopted.
Rep. Kahookano presented the
report of the select committee on
the petition of Kalaoia, for $100 for
carrying the mail from llonokohau
to Lahnina. They recommend for
reasons given that the petition be laid
on the table.
Rep. Lucas presented printed
bills from the printing committee.
ORDER OF THE DAY.
Consideration of the Appropria
tion run on imra reading.
Salary of the President of
Board of Health, reconsidered.
Rep. Brown moved 87000.
Rep. Hookano moved SGOO0.
Noble Pua thought SC000
floient. The House had nasseri
no measure to increase thu re
venue, while continually increas
ing the Appropriation Bill. He did
not know where tlio money was com
ing from. The present President
had not done the work that ho was
appointed to do. He had not dis
missed Kahalahili or Reynolds, or
reinstated Sister Rose Gertrude and
Dr. Lutz. Therefore the President
was not worthy of his hire. Look
ing at what he had done, he consid
ered the President not worth more
Noble J. M. Horner did not wish
to say anything against the official.
As the item had been opened he
moved it pass at $5000. He had
given the subject of Government of
ficial salaries a large amount of
study, and come to the conclusion
that in the interest of peace they
should be reduced, till the office
should seek the man and not tho
man the office. High Government
salaries were the curse of Honolulu.
The people were divided in the name
of polities, but the division was
really on account of the spoils.
Those having high salaries wanted
to hold on, while those who hadn't
the high salaries wanted them. In
what ought to be a lovely town bick
erings were pioduced by high sala
ries, and characters blackened in
and out of the press. If salaries
were reduced peace would reign in
this community. "What a pity that
such heavenly prospects should be
turned into a hell of contention by
high salaries! (Laughter.) Aye,
the condition of things makes even
Satan laugh. (Renewed laughter.)
The President once served without
pay. A previous Legislature pro
vided that a physician should be the
incumbent and be paid a salary.
Noble Widemann To make a
place for a henchman yes, for three
Noble Horner Never mind, I'm
Noble "Widemann I'm stating
Noble Horner The sow that was
washed has returned to her wallow
ing in the mire. Shall we return to
the extravagant expenditures of the
past. I move that the item pass at
85000, and feel a squirm of con
science in promising to vote for that
amount. The President of the
Board of Health has very little to do
and plenty of time to do it.
Noble Widemann did not believe
hardly a word uttered by the pre
vious speaker, but strange to say he
arrived at the same conclusion. He
would vote for 85000, as this man
was well settled and the question
was reconsidered to give him more.
There was a competent medical man
in the position, n hard-working phy
sician ho referred to Dr. Trous
seaubut that beautiful Reform ro
gimo wanted a placo for a hench
man and put a third-rate physician
in his placo at a high salary. He
was not aware of the terrible scram
bling for ollico in Honolulu.
Noblo Walbridgc You weren't
at that lunch at the Hotel yester
day. Noblo Cornwall I rise to a point
of order, and would like to know
what is before tho House. Is it
lunches at the Hotel or tho the revo
lution of 18ffTr (Laughter.)
Noble Widornniiii wanted to know
who had the floor. Tlio lion. Noblo
was spiteful because his bill was de
feated yesterday. (Luugliter.)
Miniutcr Drown said ho moved ro
cQlltifilurulioii so Unit a Hiimll amount
should be added to ropuy tho present
Inuiiinbiint f r tlio unimint drawn on
the nrovlnii bunlo of 67000 by his
prcduoibouri II" would inovo (hat
tho Hem pat- ni B((J.3(). At Ilia
wtmi. tliiin Ini did not tliluli Hint
P70UO witit too miioli for Urn ilutlu.
Willi lliu noniiol of mi iifiiillliiiu
uf 81100,1)1)0 mill iliu mv of nrmly
ii lliiiiumiil ti)ui4 din mint) mutt iiu
(ill) ,811 Ui Hip. lfoiniyily Hit
tylvliiM' of Uj luiiTlor m Vm
mm at ikuoMiili uuiurtuliifs
limy hi if Hr Im sauJd usi fav
UAULX BULLJUITJJN : ttUJSUJL,UL.U, H. i.,
another. Dr. Trousseau took tho
Presidency at tho speaker's personal
solicitation, but asked as a persohai
favor that ho should not be request
ed to servo beyond four months.
Noble J. M. Horner thought tho
Minister of the Interior had doubt
less performed the duties with satis
faction. It was a strnngo way of
balancing tho account between the
two Presidents for tho House to in
crease tho salary.
Passed nt SG191.20.
Salary of Superintendent of Wnter
Noble Macfarlnnc believed thai
tho salary should bo nut tin mmin tn
$6000. It would bo very hard to
replace tho present incumbent. Al
though he had consistently ndvo
cnted economy in expenditures, he
considered it would be false economy
to reduce this salary.
JNoblo Pua moved $1800.
Rep. Rosa Baid it must bo remem
bered this was the head of a bureau.
The town was constantly extending
and the work was therefore con
tinually increasing. The Superin
tendent was a very competent innn.
In addition to his duties as head of
this bureau, he served tho public
gratuitously ns Chief Engineer of
the Honolulu Fire Department.
Passed at $0000.
Likelike claims reported on by
select committee, recommending the
payment of 824,039.80.
Rep. Rosa moved the insertion of
an item, State funeral of H. R. H.
Likelike, etc., 824,039.80. He
thought it would have been better if
the Reform Government on coming
into power had paid these claims.
There was some carelessness in the
incurring of these debts. Tho two
Ministers having to do with the
matter were dead, the other two
having been absent from the city at
tho time. Coming into power" by
force of arms the Reform Govern
ment should have settled such mat
ters, but instead they would not have
anything to do with them. It had
come down to history that the Re
form Government was down on any
thing emanating from the Royal
Family. The speaker referred to
the decision of the Supreme Court,
when the King was sued through his
trustees for the debts. Thut deci
sion was technically risrht. nltlmntrli
the change of Government was so
swift that there was no time to have
the orders of His Majesty ratified.
He believed that the claimants had
equitable grounds. The previous
Legislature provided that some of
the items bo paid and others not,
although it was a principle of law
and equity that if one part of a con
tract was illegal the whole was ille
gal. Another thing was that those
recommended to be paid a certain
proportion were to give a receipt in
full, but J. T. Waterhouse was paid
without having given such a receipt.
He did not like to attribute wrong,
but this looked like paitisan par
tiality. Recess from 12:05 to 1 :30.
Y. M. C. A. RECEPTION.
The reception to Cnpt. Isaiah
Bray, General Secretary of the Oak
land Y. M. C. A., and his friends,
at the Y. M. C. A. hall last night,
was well attended. The platform
was decorated with palms and ferns.
Mr. T. Rain Walker, President,
made a happy opening speech.
The musical part of tho pro
gramme consisted of choruses fioni
the Kamehainchu Glee .Club, a
piano solo by Miss Carrie Castle,
and a sonjj by Miss Patch.
Mr. S. D. Fuller, General Secre
tary, gave a biief address of wel
come, to which Cupt. Bray respond
ed. Mr. Charles Campbell, a for
mer associate of Mr. Fuller in asso
ciation work in Saciatnenlo, said he
expected to find a missionary field
here subsisting on outside benevo
lence, instead of which ho found a
self-supporting Christian community
assisting fields abroad.
Refreshments and social conversa
tion closed the evening.
GOVERNMENT LAMf SALE.
Mr. J. A. Hassinger, Chief Clerk
of the Interior Department, held a
sale at auction of Government land
at noon to-day,
Tho leases of certain lands in
Kau, Hawaii, weio bought by W. G.
Irwin & Co., Ld., represented by
Mr. "W. M. Giffard for the upset
prices, viz. : Lease for 15 years of
the lands of Kawala, Aernaloo, Pou
pouwcla, Kanunmano, and Papai
koti, 2700 acres, 8G00 per annum.
Lease for 15 years of Hionau, 1332
acres, $150 per annum.
Hon. J. T. Baker bought the fee
simple of 208 acres of grazing land
atKamchameiki and Pulehuiki, Ku
la, Maui, for $2825. Hon. W. II.
Cornwcll and Mr. Monswar contest
ed tlio sale Inch by inch, or rather
50 by $50, with the successful bid
der, until his last ndvanco of 825
broke the camel's buck. The pur
chaser says tho laud will grow any
thing and is well watorcd,
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Band concert at Tliomas Square,
Services at St, Andrew's, Cathc
drill, nt 7)30,
Services nt Central Union Cluiroh,
t 7 1 ill),
Orthn r,od5 No, ), JC. of ,, at
MyUo hmlifoNo. 9( K. of l id
7 lilil. rmmmmm
Hawaiian Open House.
SATURDAY EYEMO, Oct. 20th.
By Special Bequest, the Members of tho
U. S. Fiagslilp Charleston
Minstrel and Variety Co.
WILL GIVE A
Grand Performance !
On Saturday Night, introducing
Minstrelsy, Yariety, Sketches,
Dancing & Singing,
For lnrtlMilnrn Hon PoHtern.
E3?Box Plan open on Friday morn
ing at 9 o'clock at tho olfico of Lewis
J. Luvoy. ooo 4t
' PflK ,YouuS Company having bought
s this well-known restaurant, is
prepared to keep a better table than
before. The best food in the maiket
will be served.
Boaidlng In private loom, per week
Single Meal 30 ct8
Boarding in public room, per week
Single ileal 25 ets
AT tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of the llonokaa Sugar Co.
held at Honolulu, Oct. 22. 180, the
following ofllccrs eie duly elected for
the eiibuiug year:
F. A. Schnefer President,
.1. Hotiig Vice-President,
J. Hoting Tieasurer,
H. Renjes Secretary,
M. Mclnerny Auditor.
Honolulu, Oct. 22, 1890. C90 3t
Tho bsred'tarv blood nolsnn of
ouiuiuiii uu.eiups in mo ueiicaio iissuts
of the brain, mental wc.knes.es and
infirmities, idiocy ami insanity. It en
hrges the planils of the tu out, impairs
tho sense of smell and tuslo. or breaks
into comurainij.ulce s on i ho neck. It
distroyo tho lungs." i r fills them with
tuberculous se ro ions It eats away
ihe coaling ot tha stomach, tnla'gcs
the liver. c!ol;s the kidneys, cro res
uuubuimumi jinn iniuicoa piles no
human agency can so sperdily, per
manently nnd economically clcansn tlie
blood if scrofulous pnUon, clear Ihe
complexion and skin, sculp and i lood,
as Keutct-'s jrup Ao. 2, the
great blood puriflir.
Renter's Healing Soap
TTpft it nlOTftvn if vnil Tfa tn n tni-
clear skin, a oft, s ipplo slciu. Gives
a natur.il tint, imp iris fr.shnc, re
moves blotches, picveuts eruptions.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
690 Distributing Agents. lm
Saturday. Oct. 25th.
Mr. W. S. MALTBY,
The Undisputed Champion Selontlflo &
Artistic Cyclist nf the Woild.
New features nnd tilcks In fancy ild
Ing will bo Introduced Unit luivo never
hofoio hpcu witnessed boro.
Effl" Tho Full Hand from tho U. 8.
Flagship Chin leston will bo In attend
ance. Excursion Train leavos Honolulu at
2;30 P, M.
Tlukou (oi'lhit run ml tup Including ml
iiiMdii to ihi'giHiiniUi
'- r,o okjn'I'H i
lertiMi ulll by ijuuijml (or nil
3STO. a. I
OCTOBER 22, iojiu.
These Filters arc easily cleansed,
and NEVKlt become OKACKED or
CRAZED by change of temperature of
The Filter Medium Is a NATURAL
STONE, mined from the earth. It Is
unlike any other stone.
It Does Not Absorb mid
Become Foul I
IMPURITIES never PENETRATE
it, but lie on the surfnci', aud luterually
the stone romalus as pine and white
after years ot use as when tukeu from
The Onto City Stone Filter is a per
fect success. It is the onlv real lllter I
have ever seen. I ould iiot be without
one for any consideiutinn. It converts
our Like water Into the best drinking
water in the world.
Hknuv M Lyman. M. D.,
CM West Adams St., Chicago.
CSr For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opposite Spreckels & Co.'s Bank,
c88 lm Fort street, IIouolulu.
tsr GIVEN OUT -a
Monday afternoon, October 20th, tho
following were drawn:
Cluh 1 Member No. 3.
Club 2 Member No. 19.
Club 8 Member No. 22.
Club 4 Member No. 52.
Cluu 5 Member No. G3.
(lb l. 6 ii Forniii!
Joru and sccine a placo In this
165- We guar.inteo thnt every mem
ber of our clubs will poiiiveiy get a
Solid 14 Kiir.it Gold W.ttcli with line
full Jeweled Wahh.mi Movement for
SI. OO Per Week.
I F. WictaaH, Waicl Club
J. A. LUOKETT.
O. R.& L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation!
leaving the Hondnlu Dejot t Ii45 P. M.
Trains will bo made up of Couches
and Canopy-top Cars all one price.
ra" Excursion Rates for these Trains
50 Cents to Pcar.1 Cily and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Pluntation and Re
turn. An opportunity for a delightful ride
andii bieath of pure nlr, for only two
cenU per uii'e. 605 lm
Messrs. Hollister & Co. lmvo just re
ceived a consignment of this
Ddiilil Natural Mineral
Ifiy For s do by the Case, Doneii or
Dot tin at tlio Htuiu of
HOLLISTER & CO.,
"37 FniUtrent, lw
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U.Y&4. I Laud kltni I In I'nlnlii
i Vnllny, I'lHiiiijnliig mi DIU.I of
w hill inn. iimiii in 1mi iiimI
Atta Ill'lllllUllltf In ill!' iwliiln uf
Mini. Iuii, ih i ummI A Iimui HMi' Ini
Khun (in u tii in ni kanuiiil jminiijlliiiii
nuMi'Migiii ii iimim iiu muu ii
W,l twlli, '("' ,? UWlW, IJWID
i.imiii.ipwwKiyinn i.ai ihK?j lJLlfl.
NOW IS THE TIME !
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. Tho additional foa
ture of Insurance gocB with every Bond.
The following arc a few of tho many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
FrP,7 BONDS. 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is cquitablo, its payments prompt and certain, and its
From the Neo York Hun, April 4th, 1890.)
Tlie Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Life .insur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Socioty of Now
York for the first quarter of tho present yenr is reported to exceed FrrTT
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of tioo hundred trillions of assur
anceor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
US-Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his ofllco.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Societv
o' tbe U. S. Jan-1-90
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
S. EHKIJCFI & CO..
" "!' tiniiwiwgWMTOgci.'.waMKKj?
Yon can find the
Ladies', Misses' &
Leading s IVIillinery : House
, Chas. J. Fishel. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
Ex "ADONIS" & "BLENGFELL"
Froi Ernie ul Late Arrivals froi lie UiiM Slates.
"Palm Trco" "-i
"Koyal Cluh" (
G. II. Mumm & Co.
HenneiiHy 3 Star
De Laage Fils 4 Star
Gonsalez & Co. 5 Crown
John ExBlmw Extra No. 1
Isluy Blend Scotch
Bourbon, 1881, in hulk
Canadian Bye, 1882, in bulk
LompV St. Louis
Fredericksburg Bun Joso
BASS'S ENGLISH ALE, GUINNESS'S DUBLIN STOUT,
EUROPEAN PORTS and SHERRIES,
Of Hunt Quality ;
Ojiliforiiiit Winew stiul lirniulioH,
Id (JiiBkii nnd Canoe, Klo., Klo., Klo., Ku-., Kin,
Thp Root" Tnnin i!l,Hr,",!,' ''JmuVm ffiSirSo'
t ih pioiiitiri
w, o, "iiM6ooir&"oo,
IWf 01'1'JUil UUK NI, e--" IWmTBlBIJJ0B).n,
& FORT STREETS.
Corner Hotel & Port rftri-i'tn.
Latest Styles of