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DALLX jaUJLL.lllTIJN : MUJNUJL.UL.U, tl. I., OCTOBER 23, itsyu.
THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Toko KIToct October Sill, 180O
a.m. r.M. r.M.
8:45 1:45 4:30f
0:49 2:49 5:35f
10:51 3:51 5:45f
11:55 4:55 G:50f
t Saturdays only.
Stmr 0 R Bishop from circuit of Oaliu
Stmr .1 A Cummins from Waimanalo
Stmr lwalanl for Lalialna and Ilnma
kua at 10 a m
VESSEiS LEAVINti TO-MORROW.
Stmr V G Hall for Hawaii and Maui at
10 n in
Stmr C R Bishop for Walanue, Walalua
aud Koolau at 9 a m
S S Australia, Houdlctte, for tan
GARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS
Blnir C R Bishop 200 bill's vice,
bags beans, 770 bags sugar, 29 bales
nay, 10a bags paddy, 87 turkeys, a
boxes bananas, 0 hides, 1 tin but
ter and 1 case oranges.
The steamer Claudlne is due early to
morrow morning from Hawaii and
Maul. She returns a day ahead of her
usual time to connect with the S
Australia, which sails for San Fran
cisco at noon.
The steamer Farallon sailed yester
day evening for San Francisco and San
Diego with 622S bags sugar, 20 barrels
molasses, 925 bunches bananas, l(i boxes
old type and 120 cases canned goods.
The schr Robt W Logan, Capt H F
Worth will sail for Rua, Jaluit, Kusaie
and Ponape, Wednesday, Oct 29.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A i, wiGi:, unfurnished,
room is for rent.
Mns. C. Afong
cottage for rent.
offers a dcbirable
The Myrtle Boat Club offer two
four-oared gigs for sale.
'J he steamer Australia will sail for
San Francitco at noon to-morrow.
A meeting of tho Honolulu Athle
tic Association is called for Thursday
evening, Nov. 5th, at tho Honolulu
The Popeekeo Sugar Co. will hold
its annual meeting on next Saturday
at 10 o'clock a. in., at the office of H.
Hackfeld & Co.
A tkamcak team became fiactious
on the Palania road last night, and
made a lively .racket for a while kick
ing the dashboard.
Dn. Tucker gives notice that dur
ing his temporary absence from the
kingdom lie will leave his patients
under the care of Dr. Day.
Captain J. N. Robertson brought
to this office this morning, a speci
men of lamb's wool, taken from one
of his recent importations from Aus
tralia. On Wednesday next, Oct. 29th, at
10 o'clock a.m., Mr. Jas. F. Morgan
will sell at public auction the entire
household furniture of Capt. Staples
at Dickson premibes, Berctania street.
The Pacific Sugar Mill lias elected
tho following officers for the ensuing
year: F. A. Schaefor, President; C.
,R. Bishop, Vice-President; J Hol
ing, Treasurer ; H. Renjes, Secretary ;
J. H. Paty, Auditor.
Mr. Sam. Mahoe has been awarded
tho contract for building a new school
house at Kauluwela in this district,
and for an addition to tho Waikiki
kui school house, for the sum of
$2083, the lowest bid.
"Lives of rich men all remind us
We can make our own sublime,"
And by liberal advertising
To the highest summit climb.
Don't forget it that the Bulletin is
the best advertising medium in tho
Kingdom by ncaily a thousand
The board of directors of the Pio
neer Building fc Loan Assciation have
decided to issuo the second series
stock, on the first Monday in Janu
ary, 1891. Subscription lists are now
open, and tlioso desiring stock
should make immediate application
Betwken 3 and 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon a ton-ton roller was mto
cuBBfully cast by tho Honolulu Iron
Works. This cast is the heaviest
ever made in this country. About
sixty porooiiB witnessed tho opera
tion, which wan very interuHting.
Another roller of tho mint) b'mu will
bu cast next week,
htoi', AnuiHii I'liitt, foiniiuly piiu
uipul of OiiIiii College, ntu fur utility
yimri Iroun Hiiiiurintuwlimt of tlm
Ditto Wluto Asylum for Douf MnttiHitt
(JoHuulm. Lately iiimImiIImi omnt
lion of Him "imU NyMmn" t Iiiih
liwm ruinovnl U !!" way for it
Uoiiiournlif) lmrtlfiuii iiIIIhiiikIi ihi
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Thursday, Oct. 23.
The House opened at 10 o'clock,
n quorum being present fifteen min
KCrOUTS OK COMMIT MIS.
Noble Mutter presented tho re
port of the commerce committee on
the bill granting a franchise to the
Hawaiinn Gas Company. They sco
no objection to the bill, as it does
not grant an exclusive franchise,
and with an amendment tliey recom
mend that tiic hilt pass.
Rep. Brown, introducer of the
hill, moved that the icport be adopt
ed. It only provided for permis
sion to the company to lay its pipes
in the streets.
Noble Widemann paitly sided
with the mover, but there was otic
condition in the bill open to discus
sion. That was that the company
shall repair the strecls they open.
Tho Tramways Company were to
keep the streets in repair, but they
did not do it. Lie moved the report
be laid on the table to be considered
with tho bill, so that the introducer
might add a section to cover this
Rep. Brown withdrew his motion
and tho report was tabled as moved.
Rep. Kanealu from the printing
committee reported bills printed.
Rep. Waipinlaui presented tho
report of the select committee on
the motion to insert in the Appro
priation Bill an item of 1158.73 to
repay the Inter-Island Steam Navi
gation Company for money advanced
to complete the wharf at Kuiltia.
Owing to a sand formation not taken
into account the apptoprialion of
last session, 8800, was far short of
the amount needed for the comple
tion of the wharf. W. E. Rowell,
late Superintendent of Public Works,
gave a receipt to the steamer com
pany, engaging to refund the money
in the next Appropriation Bill. The
committee recommend that the item
Noble Macfarlane did not sign
the report, as he was not quite satis
fied in his miiid that the transaction
was correct, that the principle in
volved was right. There were many
other estimates of this kind made by
the late Superintendent of Public
Works, which were short and led
the Government to get advances
without legal authority.
Noble Widemann had not under
stood the question when it was be
fore the House the other day. He
had believed that the company built
the wharf, but now he found it was
another work of Thurston the Great.
Just think of this great man, a Min
ister of the Crown, borrowing money
about the, streets, like- a common
beggar. There were sums of S130,
8173, even down to S4C, borrowed
by this gieat man. Then theie was
8196.05 five cents! He wished he
had made it five and a half. They
talked a great deal about Ministeiial
responsibiltj'. It was not worth live
cents, at least in Mr. Thurston's
Noble Rickard moved that the
report be adopted. It was very am
using to hear the lion. Noble when-
everThurston's name was mentioned.
Thurston served the purpose of the
scriptural scapegoat in this respect,
as, if the hon. Noble had not his
name to exercise himself over, some
of the members of the House would
get a terrible raking when the hon.
Noble was in the mood. The wharf
was for the benefit of the people of
Kailua. He believed that Mr.
Thurston was above anything dis
honest. Noble Widemann said since the
hon. member had made it a personal
matter he had a few words to say.
The wharf was for the benefit of the
people of Kailua. Our laws were
for the benefit of the whole country.
It was with breaking the laws that
he charged Mr. Thurston. That
man did more to destroy our insti
tutions than any other mortal man.
Gibson was not a patch on the little
finger nail to Thurston.
Rep. Paehaole moved that the re
port be laid on the table to be con
sidered with the Appropriation Bill.
He hoped that when the matter came
up again the hon. members from
Honolulu and flamakua would have
settled their differences.
Rep. Rickard withdrew his motion,
and that of Hep. Paehaole passed.
Rep. Bush moved the following
That whereas the present Ministry
has not satisfied this House that they
have any declared policy or platform
of nrincinles to present before this
House or before the country, and
whereas tho aotion of the Cabinet,
since they have been In olllee, has
been of a vacillating character
therefore bo it resolved that the
present Cabinet no longer retains
the contUleiiuo of this House.
Rep. Hush spoke ut length in de
volopiiient of tin ulcus in tho reso
lution. Tin' MiuMura were not
dealing openly wi'li the country lit
rogiiril to tlu Chinese qiii'sllon,
They Ituil fiiml im iwiit to Cliiitu, to
iiugotiiUu n trimly for lluwlliiK this
country with Ciiino, They wuru
holding Hi'iitut iioiiiiciU with mwm
on Whin of tlm Hoiihu on Hip tmiiiu
iilliMlnil. Tltu 1'iihllint Imd liuvur
liiiuluinil Hiiy iiuliuy, Tho Ai;io
nrlullun Hill vu iuii up u lv
iiillllninliyfuiii ilivlr u-iw. yia lliuy
mil uoiiu nulliluu Uj my wnl u
mm uf mmm iW , m
lions. It looked as if they wanted
to represent both tho Reform and
the National Ilcfortn parties.
They had appointed toolllcc persons
who had never been boforc the
country as proper candidates. Ho
would have been willing to endure
the shortcomings of this Ministry if
they had made any effort to satisfy
the desires of the people. A large
majority of the llawaiians were de
sirous of having a constitutional
convention, but this Ministry had
worked the measure under the" table.
It was impossible to deil with the
Chinese question without constitu
tional amendment. When the pro
posed labor contracts expired the
Chinamen would be free men, as
there was no slavery in this country.
He was speaking in the interests of
the country, when ho denounced the
inaction of the Ministers.
Noble Iliucl How do you know?
You have hardly ever been here.
Rep. Hush You could not have
been heic yourself when you say
that. It is only lately that' I have
been absent much, because 1 became
disgusted with the way tilings were
Rep. R. W. Wilcox supported the
resolution. They had waited
patiently for a policy from the pies
ent Ministry. No policy had been
presented and it was the weakest
Ministry the country ever had. He
had no more confidence in the Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs (Cummins)
as the leader of the Government, he
having worked for the constitutional
convention outside but opposed it
inside the House. He had been in
formed that some members of the
Cabinet promised if the late Minis
try wa3 voted out that they would if
appointed carry out the policy of
the National Reform Party. The
Minister of Foreign Affairs was un
derstood to have been in favor of
two native members being in the
Cabinet, but one of the represent
atives of the Powers went to the
Palace and threatened the King
The President ruled that the
action of any foreign representative
could not be mentioned unless the
member had positive knowledge.
Rep. Wilcox, continuing, said the
Cabinet had not put the opium
thieves out of the Custom House
and Station House.
Noble Phillips said that the hon.
member had not a particle of evi
dence that any official in cither
place was guilty of the things
charged, therefore he had no right
to make such utterances on the floor
of the House. '
Rep. Wilcox said he was respon
sible for whatever he said. He did
not know why the Ministry should
be so weak. It could not be on ac
count of want of ability. It must
be because they were a compromise
Ministry, placed in office to pacify
both parties. They did not have a
sense of honor. No Ministry in
Europe would remain in office under
their circumstances, hoping and
praying for the session to close. It
seemed they were just waiting for
full scope in carrying out a policy of
Rep. Nawahi was in favor of the
resolution, on account of things the
Ministry had done. The Cabinet
are supposed only to carry out the
orders of the people. I hey should
also be united, as disunion led to
the dismissal of the previous Cabi
net. The fault of the Cabinet ut-
that they were indolent, sitting in
their seats doing nothing. There
was no complaint ag.mist the late
Government on this buore, as they
worked hard enough but were quar
reling among themselves. He hail
waited in vain for some measure of
public benefit from this Ministry,
and had been giadually losing con
fidence in them till lie had none left.
They often left their chairs, leaving
the House to take care of itself.
Yesterday they deserted the House
when the Appropriation Bill was
under consideration. One day when
a steam line subsidy was up the
Minister of Finance said tlieie was
no money in the treasury, but a few
days later when another steam line
subsidy was before the House he
had plenty of money.
Minister Brown said the hon.
member was making a false state
ment and he knew it. He voted
against the other subsidy.
Rep. Nuwalii said the Minister
moved that the subsidy be 8500.
He could not appiove of such con
duct. Rep. Brown said he c'aimed the
floor, as the hon. member had spoken
Noble Widemann said this was a
peculiar situation. An lion, member
was speaking when another member
claimed the ilooi.
Noble von Tempsky It's u rulo
of the House.
Noble Widemann It's not a rulo
of the House, and I won't stand it.
Noble von Tempsky It 1b.
Noble Widoinami -I say it is not.
Yestetday when Noblo Homer was
speaking ho asked for moie time and
tho President granted it.
Tho PiesidciitHaid it was differ
ont when ti speaker nsltinl for more
time, hut the Inlen iiptlon of tho
lion, iiu.'inlHir from Honolulu was
(icuorillug to tlm rulo. Wiia lliu
House willing Hint the inniiiliur lor
Hlli) Itttvn un nNliiiim nl lluinV
Hup. IIiiiwii lijjiiniil mill tlm
llniikti Huiiui'iilly iitiiuiii'il,
liVimo fiinil 'i In I i!H.
SVIHTI THIS EKEMHOi
liauij Ummii ul WulLlL! Villi),
Mr. Frank L. lloogs, brother of
Mr. William Hoogs of Honolulu,
leaves by the Australia to-morrow.
Mr. Hoogs has signed contracts witli
the Honolulu Base Ball Association
for the use of the grounds and also
with the Honolulu League to furnish
two picked nines out of tho four
home clubs to play against the
Mr. Hoogs stales it is his inten
tion to briug down as strong a nine
as possible and that he will probably
send the names and standing of the
players chosen by the return of the
There will be a scries of seven
regular games played by the import
ed nine and it is not expected by
those wiio ore well posted that the
games will be at all one-sided. The
first game of the series will take
place on November 22d.
Mr. lloogs speaks in enthusiastic
terms of the hospitality extended
him by the Honolulu baseballists
and hope to be able to return bene
fits by giving the public licie the
best season of baseball the aid of
Coast recruits can supply. It is
suggested by a long-headed baso
ballist that Mr. Hoogs also biing an
umpire with him.
The Hawaiian .Band will give a
public concert at Walkiki Villa
this evening at 7:30 o'elock, ren
dering the following programme:
Ovciturc King's Lluutciiant Titl
Oavatlna The I'll ate uelllni
Reminiscences of Veidl Godfrey
That la Love. How Love Came. Banana
The Intel national Congress
Waltz 1001 Nights
Tim O. It. it L. Co. is making spe
cial arrangements for next Saturday's
excursion to Pearl City, and the
Multby bicycle entertainment at that
place. The tiain will leave Hono
lulu dcpobtit 2:li0 o'elock p. in., and
there will bo suflicient number of
cars to furnish seats lor all. At the
pavilion, Pearl City, the beating ac
commodations will be ample, and
Mr. Maltby will entertain the people
for half an hour or moro with elevei
feats and new tricks on the bicycle.
Fifty cents will buy a ticket for the
round trip and theie is every indica
tion of a successful exclusion and
afternoon's entertainment. c
ARGE Ally Room, im-
-j stabs, iintuniMu'd, lately
occupied by Unwind Hitch
cock Inquire ut Anderson & r.undy's
Dental Gnleo. Gill Iw
Building & Loan Association.
'piIK Hoard of Dhcctor of the Aso
1 ei.uiou hne decided to Kstio the
Second iSeries Stock, on ihc lirt Monday
in January, 1801. Siibseiiption Li-ls are
now open, and those dcirhiy; Stock
should tn.ike immediate application for
same, l.is-ts cau bu found with (J. R
Hoaulinau, at Custom House; A.
Richardson, at U. S Consulate, or with
TI1EO. V. LANDING,
001 lit fcn.ciet.uy.
CO itPOlt.Vl ION NOTICE.
T the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the l'acitio Sugar Mill
held at Honolulu this day, tho following
olllueis were duly elected for the ensu
F. A. Schaefor 1'iesldeut,
C. K. Uishop Vice-President.
.1. Ilotiug Treasurer,
II. Renjes Secretary,
J. II. Paty Auditor.
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1800. (i'.H at
(JOItPORATro N NOTICE.
T the annual meeting of the stock-
holduih of the Iloihikaa -Migir Co
held at Honolulu, Oct- -J2. IS'lO. the
following otlleoi.s weie duly elected for
the ensuing year:
F. A. Schaefor I'u-ddeiif
.1. Iloti g Vico-Pichi.lciil,
J. Holing TieasuuT,
II. Ren jet Sceieinry,
M. Mcliicruy Auditor.
Honolulu, Oct. '.'2, 180O. (100 :tt
' piIK Young Company having bought
' this well-known ri'iiMiiriuit. is
piepaied to keep a better table linn
before. Tlio bust food in the iiiiukct
will bo hciveil.
Unatding in prlvaln room, per week
, 8fi CO
Single M eal ;15 ets
Ihmidhig In pulille loom, per wetik
Slnglo Meal M ets
rj'HAT 'I'nii'l or IMionl of
I LiiihI sliiialeil In I'alulo
Vitlloy, coiitiiliitiig mi in n.1 of
liiil ami. iinni) or I mi unit
biiliiiiuhig In ilin HfUiUo of
t'lins. laillb. "' ' wiMi ' iw'iiu in h tin
ulvmi liir ii iiiiiii nf imiiiuil iiini'iitu
IIUmUmIuII, If lulliil I llli lllllll wut
Inj- it limn "I b'ii yi'iitt iiiulur mu
ID lliu lut' I'llllljt illH'ilb I'ur fuilhwi
BOATS FOR SALE
Two Pour Oared Glg
ty Apply at the
MYRTLE BOAT HOUSE.
Hawaiian Opera How.
8ATD1IDAY EVF.H1HG, Oct. 26111.
By Special Request, the Meinbeii of tho
U. S. Kiiig-ihip Charleston
liiitnl ail Tariily Co.'
-wii.1. oivi: a-
G-rand Performance !
On Satiuday Night, iiitunluelng
Minstrelsy, Variety, Sketches,
Dancing & Singing.
J'or I'ailioulurH Km J'iihUtm.
CJST Box l'lim open on Fililay morn
ing at ! o'clock at the olllee of Lewis
.1. Levov. !)) -U
Saturday, Oct. 25tli.
t'S Z.-t V1
0 'w -r.i-r:.isr -x
tor. W. S. 8V2ALTBY,
The Undisputed Champion Scientific &
Aitistie O.ieliit of the Woild.
Now features and tricks in fancy rid
ing will be introduced that have never
befoie been witnessed hcie.
B6T The Full Hand from the U. S.
Flagship Charleston will be in attend
ance. Excursion Train leaves Honolulu
2:30 P. M.
Tickets for the louud trip including
mission to the a tiiids:
eg" Seats will be provided for all.
This is your last chance!
The?e Fillers nre easily cleansed,
ami NKVKR liecomo CRAOKUD or
CRA.KI) by cliaiigu of tenipeiaiiirc of
The rillei .Metlluin is n NATURAL
. TON h, iiiinci) from the earth. Ills
unlike nuy other tolle.
It ihx'H Not Absorb and
JJccoitH! Foul I
IMPURITiKS noviir JMiNUTltATK
It, but llu on tho mi face, and Internally
till) etoim H'llllllllH lln pint) Ullll W'llitll
idler yimu of use, an when inkmi fioiu
Tlm Oiilii City SUuin Fllii't' U n pur.
fcnl miuiiuMi It U tliuoiil) ma I illutr I
IlllVd ever UU!, I HOIllll Mill III) tllllMHIl
imu fur uny umnliliTitiluit H uitivmu
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NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional foa
turo of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are a fow of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
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INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " ' " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitablo, its payments prompt and certain, and its
From the New York Sun, April Ath, 1890.)
Th ljiirifOMt. BuninuB8 Ever TraiiHiicttMl by n Ai AnHiir-
The new business of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of tho present year is reported to exceed Firrr
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of dr hundred millioiu f assur
unci' for the year, and is unprecedented in the annuls of life assurancn.
8Informatiou cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his office.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
of the U. S.
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
S. EHRI.ICII & CO..
(Junior HoiH A Kurt StrMtH.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Chiw. J Fishol
FOR SALE !
Ex "ADONIS" & "I3LENGFELL"
From Europe ui Lain Arrivals from me IIiiiM States.
G. II. Milium & Co.
Ilcnnctthy 3 Star "
Do Laai;e Kile 4 Star I
GoiiHule. A Co. 5 Crown
John Extihaw Extra No. I J
Inlay Blend Scotch
Bom boo, 1881, in bulk
Canadian Rye, 1882, in bulk
Lciiip'ti St. I.ouis
Fredoriokt-burg San Joiio
BASS'S ENGLISH ALE, GUINNESS'S DUBLIN STOUT,
EUROPEAN POUTS and SHERRIES,
Of Bout Quality;
OiMU'ornuib "WiiiH and IJJriMIiow.
Ill Oaxkii mill Uiihcn, Etc,, Klo,, Eto., Eo,, Hlc,
The Best" Tonic
lm UJ'I'IUII I1US m- ,M'lmam(W UUI'U TliWll'UXiiilil III.
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