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DAIL BUJLLiJflTJJS : MUJSUL,UiiU, Jl. 1., OCTOBER 28, jlohu.
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TUESDAY, OCT. .'8, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Take KlTcet Ortobor 5. IHUO.
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LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tiik Acoin loft for England to-day.
and two heifers are ofleied
Tiik latest drawing
of watches is
f Saturdays only.
A.M. P.M. r.M.
8:1ft l:4fl 4:3()t
!l:4!) 2:19 G:35t
io:rl :j:M r.:trt
11:55 4i5fi 0:D0f
Stun- Llkellku lor Maui at fi p in
fttnir Cluudlnc for Maul and Hawaii at
2 : in
Stun- Leltua for llukalau and llouoiuu
at 4 p in
Stmr Mlkah.ila for Kiiuiu at B p m
Stinr Kaala for Kllauea and ilanalel at
4 p in
II li M .- Aeoin, l'ollaid. for England
Kor Maui and Hawaii, per stinr Clan
lluv,Oi!L28 For the volcano: A Llt
tlejolin, iMr rilcot, 0 A TiiiMiam, Miles
Zleglar For way ports: Judge S B
Dole, Ch:i Crelglitou, J S Smithies. P
II tlayhelden and wife, Dr Wlggln, Mis
E 1 Low, Mrs J U Kawaluul, 11 V
Keinpster, G O ICenitor, .1 W AtLins,
.1 G W'albel. wife and child, Mis Wal
lace and tnmllw Muurlce Greet', Mr Ir
lue, O B Mekenie, I D Spencer, Mtss
Giovei, Mi-w Maud Wight, MisMK
ICeohok.ilole, I1T Bioderlck, wife und
ehlhl, II F llebbaul and wife, TU Kor
sjth, 15 Chinese, :t others, and about
A man and liiH wife ate wanted foi
general work on Dr. TiousseauV
ostrieli faun at Kapiolani I'aik.
A .Ht'i.KNiiti) plan of Pcnil City,
made liv Mi. G. F. Alaidl. fills half
of Mr. Goldbergs Meiehant street
If yon want sonic lino tlioiough
bred brown leghorns inquire at the
osliieli hum or ring up Mutual Tele
phone No. 321).
Oi'KUA glasecR will aid the enjoy
ment of the lantern exhibition Thurs
day night, in bringing closer to the
vision the liner points of thepiotuies.
Mil. Jas. V Morgan will sell the
household furniture of dipt. Staples
to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock, at
the Dickson residence on Dei etaiiia
If you want ten younda of line
lipe table grapes for $1, ring up Hull
Telephone No. IU7. ThuhO are the
best and cheapest grapes in the
Tufsuay, Oct. 28.
met at 10 o'clock,
read twenty minutes
FOREIGN VESSELS IN
H B M S Nymph, Turner.
IT S F S Chili lustou, Kear-Vilmhal
Blown, fioui a cruise
USS Iroquois fiom Samoa
Japanese man-of-war 'IVuUulia - Kan
fiom India via Austialia
Bk Bh ker, Lightbody, f i om London
Bk C 1) Bryant, .laeobscn, from San
Bktne W II Dluiond, E P Drew, from
Mit. Justice Dole and members of
the bar left by llio Glaudine to-day
to attend the present teini of the
Circuit Court to be held at Wuimea,
Ykstkkday Mr. II. Mcintosh,
Supeiintendentof l'ublie Woiks, con
tinued the plans of eight new build
ings, Mimu of which have been up
Tin: Hawaiian Cameia Club aie
the happy possessors of a linger
ostiieh than any Dr. Trousseau has.
Be sure and seu him at the Opera
House. Thurfday evening.
FOREICH VESSELS EXPECTED.
II B M Flagship Warspite fiom British
Brhk Gil van from Liverpool, sailed
July 10, due Nov 15-30
Ambk EdwiudMuy. D Maliany, from
Boston, sailed Aug 5, due .inn 1-15,
Br bk Charlotte, Bohudorf, fiom Liver
pool, sailed Sept 2, due Jan 15-31,
Bktms Maiy Winkelmau from San Eran-
I'Jseo duo Oct 31 -Nov 5
.Or bk Santiago fiom New York, sailed
Sept 20, due Feb 20-28
USS Mohican, Horn Sydney via Samoa
Ain bk Hesperfiom Newcastle, N S W
Nor bk Vivax from New Yoik, sailed
Oct 15, due Mar 15-31, 1891
jS S Australia, lloudlette, from -an
Frauclseo, due Nov J4
S S Farallon, S Bonilleld. fiom San
Francisco and San Diego
S S Alameda from the Colonies, due
5 S Zealandia fronvti.in Francisco, due
The steamer Waialeale was moved to
tile llsh market wliaif toieeeiveiepah.
She wld lay up for two weeks.
UBMS Aeoin was moved from the
naval low early this morning to the I an
buoy. She sailed for England this afternoon.
Tin: hand conceit at Emma Square
yesteiday evening was hugely intend
ed, the surrounding sheets being
lined with carriages. The vocal in
terlude was itiii tiuularly enjoyed by
sti angers, as the boys were at their
best in voice. The band will play at
Queen Emma Hall this evening.
The schooner Itobt. W. Logan, H.
F. Wortliinaster, will sail for Ruk,
by Wiiy of Jaluit, Kusaie and Ponape,
on Thursday, the 30th inst., at 2 p.
in. Letters to the Gilbert Islands
will Ijo taken and left at Jaluit. A
brief service will lie held befoie sail
ing. Friends aio invited to be pre
Mil. Francis M. English, B. A., will
read a paper on Tennyson's "In
Memoriani" at the Y. M. C. A. hull, 8
o'clock tliis evening, to be followed
by a humorous sketch, entitled, "Mrs.
Sutherland Tomkins at Hbme." The
entertainment will be for" the benefit
of the Sailor's Home, nod I lie admis
sion is SO cents.
FROEWISS-CLARK In New York
City, Oct 8th,. at the residence of
tlio bride's father, Henry W. Claik,
by Ruv. R Cobdeu, IViyra Gaines
Claik to Matthew Froewiss, of As
toilii, Long Island.
THEY DANCE AT RAYMOND GROVE.
A select dancing party, gotten up
by several persons, was held at Ray
mond Grove last evening. Three
coaches containing about 120 per
sons left Honolulu depot at 7:80
o'clock and arrived at the grove half
an hour later. Dnneing to music
furnished by the Quintette Club,
was immediately begun and kept up
with zest until nearly midnight.
The pavilion was brilliantly illu
minated with numerous electric
lights. The moon was bright and
lho weather fair; altogether the
event was very enjoyable. Re
freshments prepared by the ladies
of the paity, weie indulged in dur
ing the evening. The danccia got
home shortly befoie one o'clock this
in Mm 'indication of T. May and
othein, trusses of the Anglican
Church in llawuli, n corpoiatlou,
against tho lit. Iluv. Alfted Willis,
UUItnp of Honolulu, heard on tho
20th lust, before .Iitdd, C. J., mid
JiisUcuh Mcl'ttlly mid olu, it deci
sion wan this day Mud In favor of
the petitioner!), Tho decision lech
ideally unnortH tlm light under tliu
ulinrlor of u third of tliu corporation
to runulro Hm i"ldum to null n
iiu'uHmk, li H lv MMtoMohwl
tlm mJliit for wliluh III" IIUIiop Iihh
(iqiiiuihIimI, imtnuiy, Una Him (mil"
tlonv of Hi" tnil it"l Ulr ,mJ'
.J; .1.....1 iu iiui leu u hi vii hoi y o
ifium ! , -v '"., .nr ...ii..,l ' it.,.
AiiHUi'iin ' " ','" ' '
)l It iHilltH Finir-i ii
Tin: lirst electricdynnmo ever used
liere for indubtiial purposes, is now
being placed in position at the Union
lion NVoiks, to furnish power foi the
pattern room. Tho dynamo is of
about the inn Bellow er mid, if iu
proves a success others will be intro
duced imo the foundry for the tians
Hlitfrton of power to difl'eront parts of
the immense building fiom the cent
nil machine, which furnishes lights,
etc. Mr. Loekwood lias the contract
for placing the pi esent dynamo.
A JFeW EXPERIMENT.
This evening the Union Iron
Works will take off a seiies of brass
casts aggregating some three tons
weight. In making these casts an
experiment will be tried by using
aluminium to see if the strength of the
material cast can be increased as in
the case where aluminium is used in
combination with iron, steel, and
other metal. If the expeiiment is
successful large amounts of alumi
nium will hereafter be used at the
foundry. The greatest drawback
thus far has been the high price of
the new metal, but this has now
been nearly obviated by a new
caustic-potash method of extraction.
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RESOLUTION OF CONDOLENCE.
Haw. ok Kf.ai.ia Lodge, )
No. S, K. ok I.,
Kkawa, Kauai, Oct. 18, 1890. )
Whereas ; God in his inscrutable
wisdom, has suddenly removed from
our midst the beloved wife of Uro.
Knight C. II. Willis of Metropolitan
Lodge, No. 21, San Erancisco, Cali
fornia. Resolved ;, That we as Pythian
Knights, in this sudden visitation,
recognizing the Hand of Him "Who
doeth all things well," and being re
minded of the uncertainty -of life,
should be clothed in all the panoply
of a Knight, and thus nffoid Knight
ly protection to thoso near and dear
to us, so that when the summons
come, we may lay down our armor
in the consciousness that our loved
ones are provided for.
Hcsolved; That we tpnder our
huuitfult sympatliies to tliu Brother
in his burinivemeiit, and although his
loss at llio prusi'iit may suoin Irru
parable, may ho remember there is
u llnul reunion wliuro "purling urn
llutfolvud i Tliut w iifiuiiul hill)
(0 tul(U US NOltll'U,
"Oil. llM'Mi l no ih'iiilh
Tim Mm ku dim n In ll iin miiiiu
Aiulhiluhl Inllumi'llUji'WH mlriowili
Iltikolvi'ili Tlmt IIhi' rimiilntiiiiiN
Hill) Ill'UtillVi BUiJil ) ' ""HI
IlKroKTS ok committi.es.
Rep. Hookano asked when Noble
Parker was going to bring in his
minoiity report on the Hawaii Rail
way Hill. He asked for three days
nearly tlnee weeks ago.
Noble Parker said lie understood
the Oatui Railway Company and tho
other paity were trying to make a
compromise. The Wilder Steam
ship Company held A franchise for
the railway, yet this bill proposed
an exclusive franchise for a new
company. On the whole he thought
it best to let the House vote on the
bill, and would therefoie decline to
bring in a minority report.
Noble von Tempsky presented a
report from the Molokai visiting
committee, signed by six members,
which he considered a majority, as
three members did not go to the
settlement and two members were
absent. They find plenty of water
to put more land under taro cultiva
tion, which would mateiially help to
reduce the cost of supporting the
settlement. They consider the pay
of f0 cents a day sulllcient for the
taro workers. Everything was sat
isfactory at the Damien Receiving
Hospital. They think the lepers
ahd their helpers woiking on the
toad should be paid 50 cents a day,
but as they agree to give one day a
week the committee cannot recom
mend payment for work heretofore
performed. They do not deem it
wise that personal effects be allow
ed to be removed from the Board of
Health premises in the same manner
as hides are exported. The Board
can better decide the request for
increased rations of beef and paiai,
while the committee cannot recom
mend an increase in rice and sugar.
They cannot recommend a money
allowance to children under four
teen years of age. They cannot
lind any just reason for the dismisal
of Mr. T. G. Evans. His services
give the utmost satisfaction to the
Board of Health. They found every
thing at the settlement in first-rate
working order. The question of the
removal of Mr. W. F. Jerome as as
sistant luna they think should be
left to the Superintendent to decide.
(Mr. Rice dissents from this,thinking
he ought to be removed if he keepBa
coffee shop.) A judge they believe
it would be advisable to have, but a
sheriff would be superflous. The
question of the removal of houses
from Kalawao to Kalaupapa should
be left to the Board of Health. They
think the present arrangements for
supplying the lepers with firewood
are very-fair and cannot suggest any
improvement. "That lepers who
have no relatives be returned to the
Kalilii Receiving Station, sothal-
they may receJ-eirrOpeTmcdical
care" thrcduiuiittee deem would
.baa-Very unwiestep and suggest that
it should not be allowed. "That
the wagon belonging to the Board of
Health should take the packuges of
the lepers free of charge" they
think a matter to be settled by the
Superintendent. "That thekokuas
to the lepers be permitted to leave
the settlement and return again
without anolviriK to the Board of
Health to renew their permits, only,
however, with the consent of the
Supeiintendent of the Board of
Health, for very necessary visits to
friends at home, on property matters
or on religious matters" tlte com
mittee think should not be granted.
The report concludes:
"Your committee also visited the
Pauahi Bishop Home, which is un
der the care of the Sisters of Mercy,
and found that the girls under their
charge were well looked after and
very comfoi table, their rooms pre
senting an appearance which did
credit to the girls as also to those
who had charge of them.
"We must.say that the whole ap
pearance of the settlement and the
lepers presented a very marked im
provement to what it did in former
were employed. Thoy recom
mend generally granting the requests
for more rations, saying a man get
ling the bony part had not enough
meat, and tho kokuas ale up a large
share of the paiai. Children should
be supplied with provisions and
clothes. They find the reasons for
the dismissal of Mr. Evans more
than those for his retention, and re
commend his dismissal, also that of
of Mr. Jeiomc. They advise strong
ly against devoting all the land at
Kalawao to taro cultivation, one
reason being that there is not enough
water. In conclusion the' arc gen
erally satisfied with the provisions
for the comfort of the lepers, and
advise all alllicted with the disease
that they would find it better to seek
the shelter of tlm settlement, than
to hide in misery amid the moun
tains and gulches. Signed by A. P.
Paehaole, II. W. Wilcox, D. W.
Pua, L. W. P. Kanealii.
Noble von Tempsky moved the
adoption of the majority report.
Hup. Paehaole wanted to know if
the House was willing to devote the
rest of the day to the discussion of
the reports. It was a very import
ant matter to which much time and
labor had been given. He moved
that the reports be printed and that
a day be set for their consideration.
Noble J. M. Horner moved that
the reports be referred to the Presi
dent of the Board of Health for the
information of that body. They did
not want to incur the useless expense
of printing them, with a loss of a
day added in mutual tecimination
and wandering over all the affairs of
Noble Widemann said the matter
was important because Rep. Paeha
ole was chairman of the committee
and wrote that report. Those mem
bers were making themselves a
special providence for looking after
the Board of Health. The minority
report in reality would" tend to incite
violence against the Superintendent,
because it suggested nothing else in
its comments on that official. That
report would have the effect of in
creasing whatever discontent existed
among the unfortunate people.
The Pi esident had hoped the mo
tions would be decided without de
bate. Ropv. Brown said there had always
been complaints from the sick people
on Molokai, and this was natural.
He did not believe in intcrtering
without the amplest reasons with the
Board of Health's administration of
the settlement, The best place for
those reports was on the table and
he made a motion accordingly.
Rep. Nawuui did not regard it
wise to lay the reports on the table
after all the trouble and expense
incurred. If disturbance arose at
the settlement on account of the
House refusing to order the dismis
sal of Superintendent Evans, the
members of this House would be
responsible for the consequences.
He moved the reports be laid on the
table- and made the order of the
day Friday. " v
The motion to refer-the reports to
the President of tlie'-Uoard of
Health carried. .
Noble Wideraan presented a reso
lution that a select committee of five
be appointed to inquire into the
practicability of introducing East
Indian labor into the Kingdom.
Noble Marsden moved the adop
tion of the resolution. Carried.
The President appointed the fol
lowing as the committee: Messrs.
Widemann, Marques, Walbridge,
Bush and Minister Spencer.
Noble Cornwell presented the fol
lowing: Resolved, that the Minister
of the Interior be authorized to pre
pare and place in the columns of the
Paradise of the Pacific an official
list of the Government officials in
the Kingdom and a list of Hawaiian
Consuls abroad, and paying there
for the sum of $100 monthly. Re
solved that the sum of $2400 be
placed in the Appropriation Bill to
cover the expense of said advertis
ing for two years.
Noble Widemann moved that the
Duke of Wailuku head the list of
Government officials. (Laughteraml
a motion for recess.)
Recess from 12 to 1 :30.
Hawaiian Opera House,
On THURSDAY, October 30th.
AT N I. M.
A Lantern Slide Exliitioii
Ol' Hawaiian Views 1
-will in: (uvf.n nv tiik-
HAWAIIAN CAMERA CLUB,
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Tickets, : $1.00
On oale at M. Goldberg's, UollUtcr &
Co.'s, Benson, Smith it Uo.'s. King
Bros', and of members of the Club.
FIVE : GOLD
tar givkn out tea
Monday alternoou, October 27th, the
following were drawn:
Club 1 Member No.
Cluii a Member No.
Cmjii .1 Member No.
Cluii 4 Member No.
Cluii 5 Member No.
CM 1. 6 if FOMil!
Join and secure a place in this
Ray- We guarantee that every mem
ber of our clubs will pooitivelv get a
Solid 14 Karat Gold Watch with line
full .feweled Waltliam Movement for
$1.00 Per Week.
H. F. WiclimaflWatGli Glnb.
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, nnd upon easy terms. The additional
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are 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 "
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PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, Us payments prompt and certain, and Its
From the Nexo York Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
The Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Life AHsnr-
The new business of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Furr
Million Dollaus. This is at the rate of two hundred mtlliotui of assur
anceor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
("Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWR1CHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. . Jan-1-9U
CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS.
Gate City Stone Filter.
1 1H ,
bargains ! Bargains !
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streetn.
These Filters are eTlfilly cleansed,
and NRVEU beeomo OKACKED or
OKAZED by change of temperature of
The Filter Medium is a NATURAL
.STONE, mined fiom the earth. It Is
unlike any other stone.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Sats,
IMPURITIES neer PENETRATE
it, but lie on the surface, anil internally
the stone remains as pure mid white
after years of use as when taken from
II I I W lik
years, and think that the present
management must be very satisfac
tory to the Government as well us to
the Hoard of Health.
"Your committee, who had been
accompanied by a number of the
medical profession, returned to Ho
nolulu on the evening of the 28th of
July, well satisfied with the result
of their visit."
Signed by C. J. McCarthy, E. C.
Mucfarlane, L. von Tempsky, .1.
Marsden, John Phillips, Win. II.
Itep. Paehaole complained of un
fair treatment on the part of the
members presenting the icpoit just
reud. lie hud prepared a report
and gavo It to them for upproval or
otherwise, and they hud prepared a
report of their own with contrary
Noble McCarthy explained tlmt
they dUngrnpd with tliu rpnnit aih
tnlttud In so nuiy mitiHilnr that
lliey deemed l udvitmho to Bibmt
u Hiipiuutu ittpori. liuulduH, thuy
found Hint thuy wuru tliu majority,
Hup, I'uuliuolu, after lining culled
to onlitr liy Nolilu Wlduiiiiuin for
iniitliiiiliig ii "ilgnmrolu" of coni'
pltilnl, ,irtHiiluil tliu minority ru
1'iirl. Tlu'v fuyor imylnii tint lino
Miili'h ii iMilliir u itny. Tliu liiiliinm
nt! ml III null, ill) (III) ruuilHHlliill
iiulliunl)' "I tliu MuloKnl Horn
UUiHiJi uml liny iui null iliili rum
lui lUWJHHlllJ UH't ')
H U DDY I A fresh lot at the Elite
lee (,'reimi rurlors. IKM at
The Gate City Stone Filter is a per
fect success. It is the only real filter I
have ever seen. I would not he without
one for any consideration. It converts
our lake water into the best drinking
water In the world.
IIknhv M. Lyman. M. D.,
r33 West Adams St., Chicago.
tt8f" For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
OppoBite Spreekels & Co.'s Hank,
088 lm Fort street, Honolulu.
t MARRIED Couple, the wife to do
' ' the eooking and housework tho
husband to attund to outside work,
horses, fowls, iiillkiiitr. Address ''Ha
waiian O-trieh Farm," Kapiolani Park;
Mutual Telephone ,H2i. (Jim tf
O. R. & L..CO.
To Ewa Plantation !
A DIAMOND Horseshoe Scarf I'lu,
between town and Wnlklkl.
Kinder will please lease at tins olllce;
suitable rewind ulwn. (i'.M Ut
HU..I. M. WlllTNBY U happy lo
U announce to bin putrmik and
fiomn In !liunuu niu uUuwhtue, Mint
lieurufuiih u will bu inmUted In his
duiitiil mom by Dr A C. NIUII0L8, imu.
time of lli rid l.ouU )mU) Uolhw,
mid for xii wind veiirn a Hiiiu'iniNfiii iirim
ilitiuT hi I'nxiiilmm, California oniee
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Living tbo HouUulu Defot it 45 P, M. .
TrubiH will ho uuulo up of Coiiehes
and Oiuiopy.top Cum all una pi Ice.
V-tl ExcuikIuii Ituten for these TiuIiih
50 Gents to Pearl City and Return.
75 Oenti to Ewa Plantation ant) fie.
An oppoiiimiiy lor u ih'llnliiful ihlu
mid it liri'itih of punt nil', for only iwh
eniiu pur milt'. Miftjrn
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