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UAU..Y liULLWTINi UOMUIiUJjU, li. I., OCTOBER 27, WW.
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MONDAY, OCT. .'7, 18SKI.
OAUU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To TnU' lldi-et Oi'IhImt 'Hi. IN1IO.
A.M. A.M. ISM. P.M.
Lravo Honolulu.. Ii:l'i S : In 1 : IT. hUnf
Arrive llonoiilliill. 7:L'C !t: l!l -J:l!l r.::l.1t
Lcavu llonouhuli. 7:110 Hi:rl :t-r.1 r.:irf
Arrlvo Honolulu., s ::(." ll:.".,ri I :r.r r.-.ftdt
t Siilimltiys only.
Stnir l.lkelikc frmn Mnnl
Slmr Waialeale from Kit mil
Slmr Mnktilit fur Mnlnkai at "i p m
Stinr.liit .Mnkce for K:im:i at I p in
Si-lie Mill Valilm lor I'anullo
VF.5SE.S LEAVINl! TO-MORROW.
Stmr l.ikcllkc Cor Maul at 5 p in
jMnir Claiiillue fur Maui ami Hawaii at.
Stun- l.elma for Maknlau anil llnnnnui
al I p in
Stun- Mikalialn for Kiiuiii at " p m
CARGOES FRUhlTSLAND PORTS.
Waialeale -11! totw M:rap iron, :!l) bajjs
i'l t (IS jt con hides and 1 lmre.
l.lkelike III) Urn iron, !)! acUs pota-toe-i,
i:t(i Hiuulry package.-;.
KriiuHxnnal per stmr Waialeale, Oct
20 - linn II 1" H.ildwiii, Alexander. C
M 1'ooki', ICCuuaiil ami wife,. I Ouuiii
liaui. .rs Vilnaiio. V Ka.ic. W Wight.
K Smith. D r.ollork. Mr Howie anil 1!'.
Kiiiin Maul per stmr l.ikelike. Oct ''!
C It Makee, .-Jr.-, 11 U natley. MNs
Mti.v llailey, MU U.ie Me simile-.,
M in Warner, Mr anil Mr- Coleman, . I
A Univalves, I, . I Ii win, Chaile-s Kar
tell. Miami Mr- Illicit, II X l.atigl'ord
:iinl "! deck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN
II 11 M S Nymph,
II 11 M Acorn, l'ollard, from acruise
V S V S Charleston, Kear- ulmlral
itrowu. from :i uiul-f
U S S Iroquois troni Samoa
Japanese man-of-war Tstikuba - Kan
from India via Australia
Jlrig CiumicIii, A .raeobon, from Sun
15k ltirker. I.ightlmdy. from London
ltk 1 .sidy l.ampson, 'l." days from San
ilk C I) Itryant, .Itu-oh-cu, from San
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
I! M Flagship Warspite from Ilrltish
Brbk Gii van from Liverpool, sailed
July 10, due Nov l.VKO
Am hk FMwiuil May. D Mnlium-'. from
liostou, ailed Aug 5, due .inn 1-lfi,
Jlr l)k Charlotte. Bohndorf, from Liver
pool, sailed Sept '2, due .Ian 15-:il,
ltktne Mary Winkelman from San Fran
cisco due Out 31 -Nov a
Grbk Santiago from Xew York, sailed
Septal), due Feb 'JO-28
U S S Mohican, lrom Sydney via Samoa
Am bk llesper from .Newcastle, N S W
The steamer Mikaiiala was lowered
fioin the Marine Knilway this morning
:ind will sail on her usual route to-morrow
The II H M S Aeoru will probably sail
for England to-morrow afternoon.
The schooner Moi Wahitie was tow
ed out this morning by I he steamer
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Kokkion news on fourth page.
Tub Acorn is Hying the home
bound pennant, ami will probably,
leave purl for England via Gape
Horn lo-iuorrow afternoon.
Tim: annual meeting of the slock
lioldein of the l'aia I'laiilaliou will lie
held ut 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon
at the ollieoof (Justlo it Cooke.
Tiik nuntial ineeling of tho stock
holders of tho Haiku Sugar Co. will
he hold at the ollico of Castle it
Cooke, at 1 1 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing. ' Lot(j) Urassey is to nmrry again.
The homiyinoon is to bo spent on the
famous yacht Sunbeam, and Hono
lulu is to ho onu of the places of call.
The Sunbeam lias been here before.
Skvkkai. hundred people attended
the bicycle exhibition at IVnil Oily
last Saturday. Tho O. It. & L. Co.
had eveiything arianged in tho most
convenient inanuer for tho large
'number of pam-engers.
-Tin: Hawaiian Cameia
Xivo a grand lantern-suiii
of Hawaiian views at the Oiima
Mouse next ThuiMlay evening al H
o'clock. Tickets, ifl each, for sale
ut (lolilborg'H, llollisler's, Huiison
HmilhV, King Bios', antlhy inciuhorn
. , ,
At !l o'eloek yimlciduy iifUunoon u
I'u n wiih iliscovi'icd in the engine
mom of tho sleiiuicr John A. Cinu
niiiiH, Thnliliiu, wliicli ctnitt'il in u
ttilniMlll, With mull I'MillgllislllMl anil
the vui-M'l wim Hum iiiuipctl out hy
No, I Kugiii". Tlic origin of (lie Hid
TllllH. P. Illllll'till bliyh: (I)tlllll
I'YIU Mnl'ililcyiilliMHUlliiiil l'iii!iiln
of Hie Niioic i'iiii do nt)i fii'iini'iilly
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Monday, Oct. 27.
The Iloutc tuel at 10 o'clock,
I Itiii. .1. S. Walker, I'tesidetil,, in
tlie elmir. iMinittes were read by
Secretary Chas. Wilcox mid Inler
p ruler W. L. Wilcox.
Hll.1.9 UIX'OMK LAW.
ISIiiiistur Cuuiiniiis reported I hat
it had pleased His Majesty to slixu
the following UUtet
An Act to amend See. 2, Chap.
Hi, Laws ol 1888, lo limit the time
in which permits to Chinese lo re
turn lo the Kiumloiu may ho used.
An Act to aiuetiil Sec. Ill, Chap.
:;.), Lawsol 18SS, relating lo pounds,
c-ilrays, luanils, and inaiks.
At! Act to ainend the law last pre
An Act lo encourage steam com
munication between Tahiti and the
An Aul to amend Sec. Ml!.'!, Civil
Code, 'relating to wills.
An Act for the relief ol His
Majesty the King.
An Act to amend Sec. Ml, Civil
Code, in regard to corporaliouy.
An Act lo facilitate the collection
ol ileitis from Uovernmenl. benefi
Minister Hrown moved thai the
consideration of llio Appropriation
Hill be proceeded with till (lie same
lie liuibticd. lie said there was no
Appropriation Act in force now, anil
it was desirable that the expenses of
the Government should be paid
without interruption. There was
little or no contentious matter left
in tin: bill.
Rep. Hrown seconded the resolu
tion for the additional reason lliat it
would facilitate business. Once ap
propriations were passed they could
expedite the. order of the day, and
there would be a good prospect of
adjournment three, weeks hence.
liup. Nawalii objected. It was
reported that the Government would
rush adjournment when they got the
Appropriation Hill passed. There
were several very important matters
left, such us the Election Hill and
The resolution carried, 18 to 12.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox moved that
mum hers absent three days without
leave he considered no longer mem
bers ol the House.
Rep. Nawahi moved in amend
ment that such absentees he brought
by the Sergcant-at-Arms to the bar
ot the House to receive its judg
ment. Rep. Pachaole quoted the law to
show that a member could be ex
pelled tor absence. It was a pity
they had not tackled the question
earlier. The law was sulllcienl and
he moved the resolution be laid on
the table. Carried.
Rep. Lucas asked for more lime
for tlic committee on the Fire Mar
Rep. Nawalii was granted the
same favor for the coinmitteoon Dr.
Rep. Pachaole wanted to know
what the enrollment committee had
done with the bill to piovide for
Hawaiian translations of judicial
decisions being published.
The President said the chairman
was absent and he would call his at
tention to the mailer.
oi!ui:n ()! tiik hay.
Third reading of the Appropria
Aid to Kapiolani Park Associa
tion, on condition that S2.)00 he ex
pended in making a road round
Diamond Head, SU1,000.
Rep. Hrown moved the item pass.
IIu repeated the facts given on
second reading and by the select
Noble J. M. Horner moved that
the item he transfeired to Sec. II,
there lo lake its chances with other
Rep. Knudsen seconded the
amendment of the lion. Noble. He
was as much in favor of Kapiolani
Parkas his friend from Honolulu
(Rep. Hrown), but right was right.
This was the only item in the bill to
subsidize a private concern. There
were many items of greater import
ance in the third section, which were
moreover for the public good.
Rep. II. W. Wilcox thought the
lion, members were very much mis
taken when lliey regarded the Park
as a private institution. The whole
Honolulu public appreciated the
beauties of the Park. The lion,
member from Wainiea (Rep. Ktiud
sou) himself lived al the Park. If
this item was put in the third sec
tion and there was no money, all
the caretakers would be dismissed
and the young trees all die. lie
moved llio item pass at $10,000.
Rep. White supported tint main
motion, bill not because the trees
would die for want of water.
Rep. Pneliuolo thought this ano
ther appropriation lo make Kalaii
laiigli. TliUiluinhutl grown from
.10011 lo Its present large si.u, IIu
moved the ileiu puss at 88000, of
which 82000 hhoulil be lor the road,
Ncililn Mullur moved 87.MI0, or
SfillOO for tho puck and S'.'fiOO for
till) I'imd. Tliuru wtuo inore llilii)l
luiil ileum widen would no or um
ImnitlU of (In "Imlii Kingdom. Tim
(OllllllllUm HH'OIIIIIIIHIiIihI DllMIIDOIIIll
propofcml ni iik in tiunli lUh mmUi
iiiiiiiii lilriWi uDiiidiii'l iivliiiiiiti
hinlil giuiuiii. I'li'.t nil of uliliili
hnit) luurli Unit wuru mil InoV
item for the road. It wasn't a hum
bug of a road like that up Punch
bowl but was a road for use. It
should have been built ye.trs ago by
the road authorities. As lo thu As
sociation being a private concern, lie
had spent hundreds on the park,
while those two members had never
spent any bill had the beni'lil of his
Rep. lvnudsen said that was not
true. One of them had spent money
Noble Widemann Let that man
shut up; 1 have the tloor. lie is
Rep. Knudscn said that the lion.
Noble had said none ol litem spent
any money on the Park.
Noble Widetiiatiu said he had not.
The million for 810,000 was de
Rep. Pachaole doubling the count
moved Hint the ayes and noes be
Noble Wideinann raised the ques
tion of whether members owning
Park residences were interested
parties who should not vole.
The President ruled that the Park
was public properly.
Rep. Hrown was Vice-President,
ol the Paik Association, but his pro
perly was, out side the park and paid
for with his own money.
Noble Walbridge, as a resident of
Wailuku, regarded the park as pub
Noble .1. M. Horner agreed with
the views expressed, but wanted the
item changed In Sec. .'5.
Noble Macfarlane said there were
members tiuin the other islands who
professed economy but who were
not practising it. (Several members
called the speaker to order, but the
Chair allowed him lo proceed.) He
had assisted in bringing the item up
to what it stood at, but circum
stances had since changed and there
were reasons for closer economy now
than when the proposition for this
increase was made.
Rep. Nawahi again called the
speaker to order.
Noble Wideinann moved that Rep.
Nawahi be called to order.
Rep. Pachaole cited Rule 4!)
against the lion Noble's being al
lowed to proceed.
The President ruled that the lion,
member for Molokai was right. All
discussion at this stage was out of
Rep. Rickard, on 'a question of
privilege, spoke in support of the
Minister Peterson, on the roll call,
said he was in fuvor of economy,
but the public would get all this
The motion for 810,000 carried by
the following vote:
Ayes Ministers Cummins, Brown,
Spencer and Peterson ; Nobles Mc
Carthy, Phillips, Crabbe, Parker,
Raldwin, Coriiwell, Walbridge, von
Tempsky, and!. N. Wilcox; Reps.
Brown, Lucas, R. W. Wilcox, Rosa,
Baker, A. Homer, Rickard, IIoo
kano, Waipuilani, Apiki, and Cockctt.
Noes Nobles Wideinann, Ber
ger, Macfarlane, Midler, Pua, Kau
hane, J. M. Horner, Hind, Marsden,
W. V. Horner, and Anderson ; Reps.
Nawahi, Paehaole, White, Kanealii,
Knudscn and A. S. Wilcox 17.
Minister Spencer moved to insert,
Physicians and agents under Act to
Mitigate, etc., S3200. Carried.
Noble Walbridge moved to insert,
Band stand, Wailuku, 8700. Under
the adopted report of the military
committee the hand was to visit the
other islands. The Wailuku Sugar
Co. would give the land. It was a
simple matter and he made the mo
tion by request, having no personal
interest in it.
Noble Muller said the amount was
trilling, but there were 21 districts
in the kingdom, each of which might
want u band stand. The House
should not pass the item.
The motion was lout.
J. N. Kaiaikawaha, for loss on
Punchbowl road contract, 2f)10, as
recommended by committee.
Noble .1. M. Horner considered
the adoption of the recommendation
would be u dangerous precedent,
saying thai if the lowest bidder lost
on a contract the Legislature would
reimburse him. Hy rejecting the
item they would prevent persons in
competent to make estimates from
bidding on contracts.
Recess from 12 lo 1 :!)).
The Privy Council met at noon
to-day and commuted the Kcnlcmm
ot Lui, the South Sea Islander, who
mimlcrcd Chas. Ilirain, to imprisoiir
meul for life.
A BROKEN LEG.
A unlive lad, while ruliiie; on tho
.Metropolitan .Meat Co,' delivery
cart with tho ibivor yesterday, met
with a painful accident. I hoy weie
at Long ISrniicli, WaiUiki, when the
lioi'ni hctmiui' frightened unit bulled,
The hid was thrown fmiu the curt
mid had one of bis log broken, IIu
wax taken to (ho liieen's Hospital,
EVENTS THIS EVEHIHQ.
Lodge e h'ogrtiw, A, I'. t A.
.MM at 7 till).
llttriiiDii.y Loilgii I. O. O. I' ul
I'niroriii llmili, Iv't of
iiiuullnu,, KohIi!!'' ytiiil,
ul 7 ill),
ul Uiuuiii Mjuurit
A NEW PUZZLE.
l.ookM Mlulity I'.nM.v,
II nml Nee.
A new puzzle has been
Upon the inollVnsivo people
weary woild. It is an innocent look
ing Alftiir and an inexpensive one
wit luil, but more deadly than "pigs
in clover." This latest hrainincking
device consists simply of tluee col
umn of figure., ai ranged thus:
1 1 I
:t :t :i
ft -ft ft.
Now, the point is o add together
any six of the ahovo figures and
make the lolnl 21. Philadelphia
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at Kiiinia Square
this evening at 7:.'I0 o'clock, ren
dering the following programme:
Fantasia A veste Flilcll-t
Thai is Love. How Love Came
.Medley Helloes of the Xlght. . .Hiviere
Patrol' Mount (iuaid ICllenberg
-aU. - Golden Shower Walilteufel
March Vienna Seldld
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
A iieu'AIU) is ollercd for th
of a diamond scarf pin.
Mil. and Mrs. Geo. W.
publish a curd of thanks
friend in another column.
11. B. M.'s Warspile, the largest
war vessel in the Pacific, will prob.ib
lv touch al Honolulu earlvnext vear.
1)K. J. M. Whitney announces that
he will henceforth be assisled in his
dental office by Dr. A. K. Nichols, a
graduate of the St. Louis Dental
College, and lately of Pasadena, Cal
ifornia. 'Lives of rich men all lemiid u
We can make our own sublime,"
And by liberal advertising
To the highest summit climb.
Don't forget it that the Bhi.uitin is
the best advertising medium in the
Kingdom by neatly a thousand
The Herald's Washington special
says it is believed that the President
will call an" extra session early in
November. He will appoint Attorney-General
Miller to the Supieme
Bench, and make Solicitor-General
1 H U DDY ! A fresh lot at the Kill
i Cream Parlors.
Hawaiian Opera House.
On THURSDAY, October 30th.
A Lantern Slide Exhibition
Of Hawaiian Views !
-WILL UK U1VKX IIV TIIK-
HAWAIIAN CAMERA CLUB.
Tickets, : $1.00
On sale ut M. Goldberg's. llollMer &
Co.'s, Itcnsou, Smith ,t Co.'s, King
Itros', mid of members of the Club,
i DIAMOND Horseshoe Scarf Pin.
' between town and WaiklM.
Kinder will please leave at this olllcu;
suitable reward given. i!M :it
CARD of THANKS.
ami .Mis. Geo. W. Lincoln desire
to return their sincere thanks lo
their numerous ft lends for the many
favors rendered ihcm on the occasion
of the uniilvci'Miry of .Mr. Lincoln's fiillh
birthday on Satin day last. r.'.U It
.1. M. WI1ITXISY Is happy lo
announce lo tils natrons ami
friends In Honolulu ami elsewheic, that
henceforth Im will be assisted la his
dental looms by Dr A E NICHOLS, grad
uate of the St. I.iiuls Dental College,
nml for sevni id . vein's a successful prac
lliiuer hi PiiHiuleiiii, California Olllcu
houisas hfftiiti from Si. Ill a, m. to l;:t()
y.. tJiit im
BOATS FOR SALE
Two F ' Omcil dig
FIVE :- 60LD
C3V GIYF.X OPT -tea
Monday afternoon. October
following were drawn
Ci.tMi 1 Member No. :
Cl.UU 2 Member No. III.
Cum "..Member Xo. 'i'l.
Cl.liit I Member Xo. sa.
' Ci.fii Member Xo. C.:t.
Glili 1. 6-Nbi Foriniiis!
mid scenic a place in this
leff We guarantee that every mem
ber or our clubs will poillvelv get a
Solid 14 Karat Gold Watch with line
full Jeweled Walthani Movement for
$1.00 Per Week.
1 1 f iclif Waicli Club
These Kilters are easily cleansed,
and X1CVKK become CltACKKI) or
CRAZED by change of temperature of
The Flltei Medium ts a NATURAL
STOXK. mined from the earth. It is
unlike any other .-tone.
It Docs Not Absorb
Become Foul !
IMPURITIES never PEXETRATE
it, but lie on the surface, and internally
the stone remains as pure and white
after years of use as when taken from
The Gate City Stone Filter is a per
fect success, ft is the only real lllter I
have ever seen. I would iiot be without
one for any consideration. It converts
our lake water into the best drinking
water in the world.
IlKMCV M I.V.MAN. M. I).,
.":(:! West Adams St., Chicago.
OrJT For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opposite Spreekels & Co.'s Hank,
(188 Im Fort street, Honolulu.
O. R. & L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation!
Loavlog tlio Honolulu Depot at 1:45 F. M.
Trains will be made up of Couches
ami Canopy-lop Cars all one price.
C35' Kxciirsioii Kates for these Trains
50 Cents to Pearl City and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Re
turn. An opportunity for a delightful ride,
and a breath of pure air, for only two
cents per mile. ti05 Im
lay Our New Allotype lllusliiili'il
(J.itiilngiif sent fiee on application,
I IK HI'TiT.H h'l,
Nun I-'iiiiii'Ini'ii, i i dilirni nln
Honolulu Atlilctio taoolntloii,
I V IVIll(llllUll) Uiill All of lliw fun
i Miiuiimi, it
iMHtituH ut m siwnu
HAMMERSMITH & FIELD,
in tt II
hitUI III 1 1W MJIUUiy
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fen
ture of Insurance goes with every Hond.
The following arc 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 " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, Us payments prompt and certain, and iti
From the Keio York Sim, April 4th, 1890.)
Tho Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Iiil'o Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the llrst quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Kiktt
Million Doi.i.aus. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of cissur
ancej'or the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
lay-Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his oillce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
S. EHRL1CH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Leading s Millinery : House
Chas. J. Fiahel. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sta.
FOR SALE !
Ex "ADONIS" it "BLENOPELL"
From Europe ana Late Arrivals tow Milted States.
"Hoynl Club" ( rf-J
(J. 11. Mumm it Co.
J'oniHiory See 5-
Lo'uis Hoederer )
HomiCHBy .1 Star
Do Liiiigu File. -1 Star
(ionwiloz. it Co. .1 ClOWII
John Extdiaw Extra No. 1
Ifiluy JMonil Scotch
ISoiirhou, 1881, in hulk
Canadian ltyu, 1K82, in bulk
I'liliet Milwaukee )
l.tuup'ri St. Louix
KiiMlttriukhhiiii; San .Iomi )
MASS'S ENOMSII AIJC, (IIUNNESS'S DUm.LN STOUT,
EUROPEAN PORTS and SHERRIES,
Of llent (Jimlityj
OiiIiToi'iiiii' ViiiOM it ml JLSrumliON,
In (1iik.h mill I'umin, Hii-., Etc, Etc., Etc., Klc,
The "Best" Tonic
u; VUOQOli & 00,
& FOltT STREETS.
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