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WKDNKSDAY, OCT. "J, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
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t Natuidays only.
Stun .Ins Makee fioin Kapia
Simr IVIc fiom Wannea, Kauai
KtinrC Jt IlMiup fioin cheiiit of O.ihu
Stinr.l A Cummin- for Wahimnalo
VESSEiS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Kt In- Kolit Logan, apt Woith.for.Ia
lult, ltu-mlc, I'onape nuil Kuk nt a
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jus Mnkeo 75 lugs sugar.
FOREICN VESSELS IN
HUMS Xvinpli, Till hit,
U S K S Cliiulestou, Rein
Blown, fiom u ciulsc
US.S Iioipiols fiom Siiuiin
.la.iiic-c iuaii-oi-ir 'ISiikulij.
fioin tnilt.i iu Aiislinlia
Uk HiiUer. Lightbotly, fiom London
15k U 1 ltiyant, .lacobsen, from San
Bklne W 11 Dluioml, K V Dicw, fiom
FQREIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1$ M Flagship Wursplte fiom BiltlMi
Brbk Oil vim fiom Liveipool, sailed
July 10, due Nov lfi-ao
Am bk Kilwaid May D iMaliauy, fiom
Boston, sailed Aug 5, due lau 1-lft,
Br lik Charlotte, liohticloi f, fiom Liver
pool, sailed Sept 2, duo .Ian IB-ill,
BM11uM111yWi11kclmn.il from San Fian-
etseo due Oct ai -Nov B
fir bk Santiago from New Yoik, sailed
Sept '20, due Feb '20--28
USS Molilo.in, tioui Sdney via Samoa
Am bk lle-per fiom Newcistle, N S W
Xorbk Vivax fiom Now Yoik, willed
Oct 15, due Mm- 15-31, 1MI1
S S Australia, Houdlette, fioin 'an
Fianei-eo, duo Nov 14
a S F.u.illon, S llonllield. fiom San
Fianoiseo and San Diego
S S Alameda from tbe Colonies, due
S S Ze.ilaiulia from San Fi aneisco, due
For Maui per btmr Likelike, Oct 28
Hon 11 1 Baldwin, George Moore, fc T
Ahxander, i) otheis and about BO deck.
For Kauai per stmr Mikabala, Oct 28
J Dyer. A 11 Smith, It Catton, Mr
Beli ne, E Conaut, Mibs I.aisen, 2 Chi
uche and 45 deck,
The baikentlne W II Diniond lins thi
Isbed unloading lier cugo of geneial
ineieliandise. hhe will piobably Hail
for Sau Fiauclhuo the latter pat t of this
'Die schr R W Logan sailed this af
ternoon for Kuk by way of .laluit, Ku
saie ami i'ouape.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
How did you raise those feet? Go
to the Opera House 'lbursday night
and lind out.
Caiji"ohnia ostriches sell fr .$1000
apiece, lint the Camera. Club pro
poses to "give away" the largest bird
iu existence for $1, at the Opera
House to-morrow e eiiing.
The Stockholders of the Paia Plan
tation have elected tho following offi
cers far the ensuing year: H. P.
Baldwin, Presideht; W. O. Atwater,
Viee-Piebident; J. B. Atherton, Treas
uiy; T. W. Mohron, Secretary; W.
A. Bowe, Auditor.
Tax payers for tho District of
Xona, Oaliu, are oflicially notified
that tho taxes for tho current year
will be duo and payable at thu oflico
.of tho Tux Assebbor and Collector in
itlie ICapuaiwa Building on tho first
day of November noxt.
..MEhMtB. II. "W. Schmidt & Sons
offer for salo a largo asbortment of
Cliristinab goods including toys of
.all kinds, opeia glasses, all kinds of
py and iiiiignifying g!nueB, thermo
jiii'teiM, liiono vases, siatues, photo
iapH alhiiniH, and ladies' fancy
ioods of Jill deBoriptiouH.
Tub New York Nows Letter for
Septeiuher-Outober lias been rocciv
d, Tho HulectioiiH, iib iiHiial, uro
timely and the illustnilioiis aio all
good. Tho journal is n very luudublo
jiulilication, although tho fuot i ")t
upjiressud that u poiliou of it is i tin
iu (ho intorcHtH of Ihc New Yoik Jifu
IiiHiiranco Co,, of which Hum. 0. (),
Jttugor is Hut Honolulu Agiuit.
Till'. Union lion Vuikt On. aid
now fully pii'imioil in fuinUli imy
kluil of iniitiitioii imicliliu'iy tmil
nut nt iihhiii( IIIIIiik itml uiiilurlHk'
iiiK Hiinu n( Him laiKt'Hlcdiiliiinlsini'r
Itl ill III" lliiwniluii lulnntln. Tin
(sninimiiy iiiiiU" ii BHinliHy yl lllln
fliin iiiiit'liliiuiy in nil lulnnni'huN
iiini nit' .Iim wiiu mii'iiiufi" Hit' ivuiiii
1PI ttllUUliHIH'lll "", ,,1,i!11" '"'
yimiji'ii uf ijiuili'i" inn11 "' ,',,,
Quilii lujli Uigi'l'iiiy nun ill
' ' ! n.ofcunijummii
Wi.i)Ni:si)AY, Oet. 29.
Tlic llotiso met at 10 o'clock.
llcp. Nan alii tuatl n first liinc his
hill to piovidu for the boundaries of
the Hawaiian Islands, ulo. It pro
vides that all the territory, including
the bed of ocean, between lat. 17
und U0 ricgices N., and long. 153
and 180 V., shall constitute the
Hep. Hrowu moved it he refcrted
to thu committee on foreign iela
Noble W. Y. Horner moved a
resolution that the House shall re
duce every item in the second and
third sections of the Appropriation
Bill oue-thiid on third reading, ex
cept items that hae already become
law He said the estimates in the
first section were S', 780,200, hut
the House had appropriated $!!,
100,000, or taised the estimates
8100,000. The estimates in the
third suction were 1,511,000, and
the revenue was fc 100,00'! short.
The change in the American taiiff
threatened serious results to the
country, and another serious matter
staring them in the Loo was the
llcp. JRickard admitted the good
intention of thu mover, hut tegai li
ed the resolution as impiacticahlc.
There were some very necessary
items in the third section which could
not well he l educed, while theiu
were otheis for the reduction of
which he would hold up both hands.
He moved that the resolution he laid
on the table.
Noble .1. M. Horner was very sor
ry the lion, member from Ilamakua
could not answer the arguments in
suppoit of the resolution. They
might get moic money by reducing
the items. If they went on as they
had been doing, it would required
that they should borrow $2,.r)00,000.
This session they had to appropriate
100,000 to pay interest, and where
would they come to if they did not
stop? At that rate it would soon
take half the levenue to pay the
Rep. Paehaole said the idea might
be very good, but tbe House could
reach the same end, if so minded,
without adopting this resolution.
He moved the previous question.
Noble W. Y. Horner moved the
ayes and nous he called. Lost.
The lesolution was laid on the
OltUIUl OK THE DAY.
On motion of Noble Comwell, the
House proceeded to the order of the
The steamship subsidy item, Sec.
2 of the Appropriation Bill, and
ltep. Brown's amendment were
Noble Comwell moved that the
amendment bo indefinitely post
poned. ltep. R. V. Wilcox moved that
the amendment pass.
Rep. Paehaole opposed the amend
ment. The Tahiti line subsidy bill
had become law, and the amendment
would coullict with that law. It was
a parallel case with the Auditor
Geneial's salaiy, which they were
told tho other day could not he re
duced without amending the law.
Rep. Hookano was in favor of the
amendment, but feared the amount
would not he sutllcicut. He moved
to strike out the words, "according
to the tonnage," for if paid by that
the fund would be exhausted long
before the end oi the period ; also
he moved to amend the amount to
Rep. Nawahi was glad to see
members coming to the same mind
on lhe steamship question. The
amount in the bill was too small,
and he would move 882,000. He
related instauces of profit to people
here fiom bananas sent by the Sau
Diego line. His hobby was steam
ship lines, he having always voted
for them. He hoped members would
sink their prejudices and deal im
partially with all lines.
Noble Widemann's chief objection
to tbe San Diego line subsidy was
that the steamer would only carry
about ten bunches of Hilo bananas.
He had no prejudice against the pro
ject, but objected to subsidizing such
a washtub us had been put on tho
route. If the company had put on
a decent steamer he would have
voted for subsidy. The matter was
not brought before the House in any
such manner as would give them con
fidence iu thu enterprise. The House
had already disposed of the matter
twice, and now "Oh, consistency,
thou art a jowel!" the lion, mem
ber for the first district wanted by
this amondiucut to revet su what hud
been done, and let the Minister sit
there and pay the subsidies us he
pleased. He would prefer to wipe
thu subsidies out altogether than to
vote for thu uuioudmuut.
Nohlo J, JM. Homer hoped thu
previous question would not hu
moved till thu mutter wuu fully din
unsaid, lie was plufiHuil to wen llmt
all thu w)culuiB, with lliu uxceptloii
of (hu luteal, luul duuitHm tliu
mutter without piuMou. Hu wuu
sorry that t hu vmiurulilu Nuhlu from
li)!H)lll llllll tf)lllu (III lllli ttllllJlKil
in it imlou. liu tliuiiulil lliu lloinu
ihiiiIiI ln iililii in mm Una gN.IIOfl
Hiiiilii In I'linuijli In linlli nil ifiinui
lliu. II ui limit hiilm luul lilml In
llllllMI 1 ID until II ID I mi
iJlLH I) UUIUul lUUllnil 111 tlJUlllliAJ i)
mw urn. wujw uwywun: uijj
MJiim iwwm 'im mm
know that a subsidy wus not nsked
except on the understanding that a
better vessel would bo provided.
The subsidy bill rejected by the
House was for a steamer of not less
than 1500 tons burden. If they di
vided up this subsidy the Tahiti
line at S.'jOO a tiip wottid get along
vety well with tho 30,000 given by
the French Government, besides the
passenger and freight, trallic. They
had information that whatever
amount this Government gave the
San Diego line, the people of Sau
Diego would contribute an equal
auiouut. Then there was a pros
pect that the United States Congress
would pass the Subsidy Bill this
autumn, fiom which the line would
have $1000 a trip, making S2000 in
all, which with the trallic would give
the line a very good start. The
Santa Fe Railway Co. offered to ad
vertise the islands in their cars, a
thing in the line of what the House
had been aiming to accomplish.
The other conntiies were lich, this
was u small kingdom, and we can
not undertake to subsidize every
steamer that calls at our wharves.
But by the proposed division these
three lines would be fairly encour
aged. He had a series of knock
down arguments against the Oceanic
line getting anything beyond pay
for cairyiug mails, but he would not
pieent them because lie did not
wish to fight thu company's inter
ests That line by the tialllc and
subsidies fiom this country had
been set on its feet so that it could
run independently of us. The last
up steamer made 815,000 on the
tiip one way. Whatever this coun
try gave would only swell the com
pany's dividends. A thousand dol
lars a round trip would be ample as
payment for carrying the mails.
Rep. Brown had a little amend
ment to that of yesterday, to insert
the wouls, "with the concurrence
of the Cabinet," after "Minister of
Finance." The bill now before the
House to continue the subsidy to
the Oceanic line would only entitle
Xhe company to $1000 a month, as
there was only the steamer Austra
lia making a monthly round trip be
tween here and San Francisco. By
giving the same company 1000 a
loundlripon the Tahiti hue fiom
the time it started, it would receive
839,000 out of this item of S 18,000,
which was a liberal proportion. This
would leave an unexpended balance
of SUO0O, and by increasing the
item to 54,000 the SankDiego line
could have 815,000 for the period.
Recess from 12 to 1 :30.
About fifty persons assembled at
Mukiki recreation grounds yesterday
afternoon, while some twenty-two
players participated in football prac
tice. Among the players were
several stalwart men and a number
of plucky runners; but the
rules of the games not being
sulliciently understood the practice
became a complete jumble, with
oveiy man playing on his own hook.
The game was interesting to the
spectators, but the urgent necessity
for more instruction was evident.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7:30.
Services at Central Union Church,
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., at
The Daily Bulletin is by public
choice as well as by circulation tho
leading paper of the Kingdom.
On next Friday afternoon at. 3
o'clock Mr. Jaa. F. Morgan will sell
tho effects of the Honolulu Arion So
ciety, including 1 Chickering' piano,
1 clock, tables, chairs, pictures, etc.,
together with the temporary stage
now in the Arion Hall.
Among the oflioors of H. B. M. S
Ainphion which arrived to-day are
four who have visited Honolulu be
fore. Staff Surgeon Wm, E. Breton
is well-known hero, having married
Mitts Dudoit of Honolulu. Lieut
enants Geo. J. S. Warrender, Wm.
H. du C. Chads, and Kichard H.
Story are also well-known in Society
leu ( 'i earn l'arlois.
Honolulu, II. I., Oct. 28, 1800.
All persons having claims against tho
estate of Mollngtou Kendall, deceased,
and all pciKons indebted to the same
are hereby untitled to piescut their bills
and m uku payment within !I0 days, and
all persons having piopcrty aio also
notltled to report the same and leave It
at this Consulate.
II. W. SKVERANOK,
0UG lw U. S, Coiihiilatu-Geueial.
ELECTION of OFFIOKUS.
AT thu annual meeting of the Htnck
holdeiii of I lie 1'aln Plantation
held thin tiny, the following named
olllceirt wctii ulccleil to tuirvn for tin
II. I', lliildwlii.M.....M.l'H'ilciil,
W, O, Atwiiti'i',,iitiVlcn.,cilimt,
I, II Allicilon ... ,. TieiMiicr,
T. Wi lliiliioii.i.,M,..i..Ht'i!i'liij',
Wi A llowniiniMt ....... AinllUM'.
T, Wi IMMHONi
Muiiulllll), Oi'li yn. !!. liiilllH
iMtiuf wF Haul ruflii'nr ilitiiuja i
fatnTOttTm-t tin Yiiflr Wil
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t Honolulu, il L, ocT&totottfau, iouu .
n' iuiwm'wiii i.iiaW
Bron zo Viises, Stallion, 121
Pliotrt Albums, new styles;
Fine Fans of every desrilillon,
Ladles' Satchels, Bevel si Gaines,
Other Christmas Goods,
l'OK 8AI.E 11Y
FIVE MORE WATCHES
HT GIVKN OUT -a
October 27th. the
Oi.un 1 Member No. -17.
Ci.uii 2 Mumbi'i No. 41.
Cl.l)U3 Member No. II.
Oi.un I Member No. ill).
Oi.rn fi Member No. (K).
ti2r Remember we are giving you a
Solid 14 Karat Gold On so with line
full Jeweled Waltham Movement in
our clubs for
$1.00 Per Week.
Hawaiian Open House,
On THURSDAY, October 30th.
A.rr s l. ivr.
A Lantern Slide
Oi" Hawaiian Views !
-WILL 1IK QlVIiX 1IY TIIK-
HAWAIIAN CAMERA CLUB.
Tickets, : $1.00
On sale at M. Goldbeig's, Ilolllstor &
C'o.'s, Henson, Smith it Oo.'s, King
tiros', and of meiubeis of the Club.
A COW and 2 Heifers,
I and 2 yenrs old;
will be s-old singly or alto
gether. Apply to
Fort street, below School street.
BliOWN LEGHORNS I
BROWN Leghorn Cocke
thoroughbred. Address "Ha
waiian Ostrich Farm," ICa
plolaui Park; Mutual Telc
. MARRIED Couple, the wife to do
' ' tho cooking and housework tho
husband to attend to outside work,
Horses, fowls, mllkim:. Addiess "Ha
waiian Ostrich Farm," Kaplolaui PaiL;
Mutual Telephone S2.-. COB tf
J. N. 8. WILLIAMS,
It. MOKE, : :
Office & Works,
Hugur Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Engines,
Steam Boileis, Juice Tanks, Coolers, Molasses Tanks, Sugar Ours,
Cano Gars, Elovators, Conveyors, Furnace Fittings,
Wrought it Cast Iron Work for House Builders,
Water Wheels & Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches.
--V V.... S n WJW Kk H H A.
c rr m wjr. mr t?l . .
Mule .Kfil?M UHMMllmi nhmiIn ur llic
PEUON WATKR WHEEL i
tar bmU i uii kijuJi mI
or Han I'rnnclHCo,
(Proprietor of the Redfcrn House, Mar
ket Stieet, under Palace Hotel),
Intends to remain in Honolulu for the
next tluce or four months for the lienellt
of Ids health, during whkh time he has
concluded to open a
Lad? es' Tailoring & Dressmaking
to have their Fall and
lines made will do well to
call at once to sccuic their outers.
Riding Ilabltc Genuine Tailor-made
Costumes, Traveling Ulsteis, Jackets,
all thcLatest Designs lit
Promenade and Evening Costumes.
fW His uuiveisal reputation as a
Fitter and Dicssinakur is too well
known to need any furthei reeonimand
atlon. He will iruurantee neifeet aatls-
Cor. Fort & Hotel Ste.
(Over Temple of Fashion.)
These Filters arc easily cleansed,
and NKVKR become ORACKED or
CRAZED in change of temperaturo of
The Filter Medium is a NATURAL
STONE, mined fiom the earth. It is
unlike any other btone.
It Does Not Absorb
Become Foul I
IMPURITIES neer PENETRATE
It, but lie on the suifacc, and internally
the btone remains as pme and wlijte
after years of use as w hen taken fi um
The Gate Olty Stone Filter Is a per
fect success. It is thu only leal tiller I
have ever seen. I would not be without
one for any consideration.' It conveits
our lake water Into the best di inking
water In the world.
Heniiy M. Lyman. M. D.,
S33 West Adams St., Chicago.
BSy For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opposite Sprcckels & Oo 's Bank,
C88 lm Fort street, Honolulu.
Mtu'hiwi) &w i ivmmUU iiiJjMJiuiL
ron mi id
Gate City Stone Filter.
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NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Honda, and upon easy terms. Tho additional fca
turu of Insurance goes with every Bond.
Tho 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, its payments prompt and certain, and its
From the New York Sun, April ilh, 1890.)
The Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
Tho new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fifty
Million Doli.aks. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
"Information cheei fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-l-HO
CORNER HOTEL &
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streeta.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Leading : IVIillinery i House
Chas. J. Fishol. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
Ex "ADONIS" & "BLENGFELL"
From Europe nui Late Arrivals from tie United Stales.
"Palm Tree" ""i
"Koyal Club" (
G. II. Muintn it Co.
HenncBsy 3 Star
Do Laago Fils -l Star
Gonsaloi & Co. fi Crown
John Exshaw Extra No.
Islay Blend Scotch
Bourbon, 1881, in hulk
Canadian ltye, 1882, in hulk
1'abst Milwaukee )
Letup's St. LouiB
Frcderickulnirg Sau Joo )
BASS'S ENGLISH AIK, GUINNESS'S DUULIN STOUT,
EUROPEAN PORTS and SHERRIES,
Of Best Quality;
Oulii'o ! lit, WineN itntl UrniKliew,
iu UiihkH ami Oaun, Ktc, Kto,, Kla., Kin,, Kin,
The Best" Tonic
W, 0. PBAOOOIC & 0Q,
wr warn ma tm jtt-vmptr m timiuioniw in.
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CH A.TVK rAX3-'IVJE
' Otirt'H l)yniiiwu, Hiri'iiKlhiuu
lliu Hyutuiii, iijii)rtiH Huiltiil Kiv
fr'llfllBrili'iii, I'rifuli'Mlu ll).
i IiiK Mollicr.
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