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DALLX BUJLLiCTlD: HONOLULU, tl. lM OCTOBEE 31, ittihA
FRIDAY, OCT. 31, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Take i:iUrt Uutubri' i, IHH.
A.M. A.M. I'.M. I'.M.
Loavo Honolulu.. U:lfi 8 : in 1 M -I :'M)
Arrive Honouliull. 7:se !:!! 2:-llt fi:35t
Loavo llonouliull. 7:30 10:51 !l:51 5 :irt
Arrive Honolulu.. 8:;ir 11 nm 4 :rr. (l:G0t
t Saturdays only.
Stinr W U Hall from Maul mill Hawaii
Hehr Kii Mol front l'aaiulo
Sluir U K Bishop for Wnltimu, Walalua
anil Ixnolau at II a in
Schr Kobt Logan, jipt Woith. for .Ta-
lult, Ktisate, Ponape ami Kuk
Slnir IV I e for Kauai at 5 p m
Selir ICatililiM for Koolau
U.SS Iroquois for a ciiiImj
VESSEsS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Ilk Bilker, Llirhtlioily, for I'oit Town
Feiid CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
St'lir Kit Mol 1337 baijs sugar.
The steamer OK Bishop towed out
the hchnoucr Kaulitiia this morning.
The baik Birker, apt Li;:htbody, will
sail for Port Townsond to-nionow in
The baiki-nthicS G Wilder took In
Migur to-day from the schooner Ka Mol.
The bark O'D Bryant Is still awaiting
sugar at the Mail wliaif. She will pro
bably sail for San Francisco if sdie le
ceives sugar in time.
The schooner Kobeit W Logan, Cap
tain Worth, after having her depntiire
postponed si'Veral limes, sailed this
noon for Jaluit, Kusaic, l'ouapu and
The U S S Iioquois sailed out the
haibor this morning for gnu practice.
LOCAL & GENlRAL NEWS.
A nick cottage of bix rooms is to
Tin: Makalia and Ilaleuiano ran
ches ate olfoicd for bale.
A notice to puich.iseis of lots at
-Peuil City by the O. R. & 1,. Co. is
The Hawaiian Band will give a
concert at Thomas Square to-nionow
afternoon, at 4:30 o'clock.
Divine set vice will be held at St.
Andrew's Cathedral on All Saints'
Day (to-mouow) at 11 o'clock.
At liis salesroom to-morrow, Jas.
F. Moigan will sell 1)0 boxes of G-inch
twibt tobacco, slightly damaged.
Dr. Day has removed to his new
offices on Ileietania streot near Fort,
adjoining the Dickton premises.
Tun Couit and the jury of the
Robinson Will case viewed the pre-
miscs of the estate this afternoon.
Mns. J. F. Brown's song at the
Opeia Hotibo last night was nicely
rendered and greatly appreciated by
Mil. Jas. F. Morgan will sell to
moriow morning at 10 o'clock, one
24 horbe-power wind mill with geai
iug and fix tin cm complete.
The U. S. S. Iroquois left on a gun
practicu cruise thi morning to be
gone seveial days. Sho will call at
Lahaina, Maui, before her letiun.
Tun annual meeting of stockhold
ers of the Waikapu Sugar Co. will bo
held at the office of Wm. G. Iiwin &
Co. next Monday morning at U :U0
Tun six sailors of the liaik Bryant,
who refused duty on the 7th of this
piontli, 'and who have been in pri
son since that lime, agreed to leluru
jo work this morning, and signed
articles to thai eflect.
Tun Kohala Sugar Oo. havo olcclr
ud the following ofliccia for thu ensu
ing year: S. C, Allen, President;
Hon, J. M. Smith, Vice-President j
Hon. S. N. Castle, Treasurer; J. U.
Athorton, Secietary; C. M. Cooke,
On noxt Wednesday morning at 10
o'clock will bu sold at auction the
household furniture of Mrs. Dudoit,
at her Nuiuinu stiei't ri'Milcnco. For
thu laige variety and line quality of
the numerous articles to be sold re
fi'Muicc is miido to thu ml voi Using
column of Mr. .las. F. Morgan.
Mit. J. F. Brown was "club inter
piuli'r" ut thu Lantern Slide oxliibi
lion last night. Mr. Brown was both
witty ami pathetic, serious mid guy
by tiiriiH anil ut tiimm viciously hi
Inn!, wlion tilt vh'WH nirili'il no ev
pliiuiilion; as, for instance, when the
donkey imino foiward and unduly
l4'i'i( thu iiiiiliuiu'i) nvur Willi tho
iiHwiiiiieil wlmlniil nf it lugUlntnr,
'I'm: lliiwiiiiiiu llmilwiiiii On, urn
IIDIV 0llllillK up n In IK" l"il nf IM'W
HumiIh iiiiioili'il illiinlly (nun lliu
iil, thu iimiv "vmy iuwii nimvui"
iiv ulluiml h mill In Im n iliilny.
Ililuf niiiiiiiu lliu nllim Im iim tut iiniw
Uli 0 jlliu )'l iirkllilili ulliJmli'iii'l', )
IIDIV lul nl iniVllJIIII I'lllllU DII1J
I'llllUY, Oct. ,11.
'J'hn House opened at 10 o'clocL
uiu'okts or ooMMtrrui.s.
Nolilo Wideinsinn presented the
report of lliu select committee on
the hill relating to the streets occu
pied by thu street railway, recom
mending ili passage with curtain
amendments suljinitled. The hill as
amended wns read. It provides thai
any resident may notify thu innn
ager of the railway of any place
where the track is not kept Hush
with the street, ami if thu malinger
docs not. lcclify the fault in a fort
night he may ho found guilty of a
Rep. Paclinolo moved that the re
port be adopted. Carried, the hill
to bu read a third timu Tuesday.
Noble Mullor presented the re
port of the commerce committee on
the bill to promote and extend the
Ashing industry. They find that the
hill contemplates giing K. T.
Waikcr and others fishing rights on
Palmyra Island, but as thai island
is owned by private parties lliey
cannot see that thu rights can be
transferred. The bill also calls for
a subsidy, which the committee can
not recommend. They recommend
that the bill he laid on the table.
Noble Crahbe moved that thu re
port be accepted, and its subject
Rep. Waipuilani moved Hint the
repoit be laid on the table to be con.
sideied with the bill.
Rep. Paehaolc moved that the re
port bu adopted.
Rep. Waipuilani was always
ready to protest against one of his
own bills being indefinitely postpon
ed on introduction.
The report was adopted.
Rep. Paeliaole moved that the to
bacco bill and the bills relating to
Governors be made thu special order
Rep. Brown said the election and
labor bills were already a special or
ilcr, while thu constitutional bills
were of much more importance than
those mentioned in the resolution,
lie moved thai the resolution bu
laid on the table.
Rep. Paeliaole said the election
and the labor bills would come up
first as unfinished business auyway,
so that his resmitliou would not
delay the consideration of those bills.
Laid on the table.
01SDi:U OK THE DAY.
Third reading of the military bill.
Rep. Rickard moved to amend
the title to make it read, "An Act
to provide for a military force to be
designated as the King's Royal
Rep. Baker moved an amendment
to Sec. 2, so thai a military iiihtruc
tor should be appointed, instead of
captain and lieutenant, who should
make rules, etc.
Noble Widemann regarded the
amendment as for the benefit of
some one nun, ami moved it be laid
on the table.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox did not agree
with the lion. Noble. Thu rules of
the instructor would have to be ap
proved by the King before being put
The amendment was lost, and the
section and the bill passed.
Noble McCarthy moved reconsid
eration, as he thought the latest
vote was on a section. Carried.
The lion. Noble then moved an
amendment exempting, as well
as tlie police, any organization
now by law requiicd to huve a
license. Ilu quoted the law of 1881
for licensing secret organizations.
There are three of these in the King
dom of a semi-military character
that is, they carried no guns hut
wore swords, the Knights Templar
of the Masonic Order, the Uniform
Rank of the Knights of Phythias,
and the Encampment of thu Odd
Fellows. lie had legal advice that
these were not prohibited by the
bill, but it would do no harm to pass
Rep. Paehaolu moved the rejec
tion of the amendment. It was use
less, and the lion. Noble should bu
satisfied with le advice of legal
gentlemen of high standing. No
body would think of proceeding
against theso societies for wearing
Noble Widemann spoke against
the amendment. As the societies
stand now the bill would not apply
to thoin. If, however, any of them
undertook to become military com
panies they would make themselves
illegal. Ho did not sec why the
amendment should ho passed.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox moved tho in
definite postponement of the whole
Rep. Waipuilani could not under
stand tho conduct of thu lion, mum
her, who was the father or ut least
the grandfather nf thu bill. After
helping to amend It, thu lion, mem
ber tiled In throw the hill out, Sixty
members wore not too mmill u force,
The lion, uiumbur wanted to hill lliu
hill huumiuu Im could not gut tlmt
military liiHtmutnr In Id
1HI. Uuilillllll HpOliU ti) llU HUIHI)
uffuut iih thu pruvloiu api'iiknr.
Itcp, Nnwiilil rmiuiiriii thu linn,
iihiiiiIht fur lliu llfth ilUtiiul nu
iitiilnil In it iililhlUh iiiuiiiiur. If
lliey wimii'il In pii'vunl illbiinltT
lliw nunhl m Hit- Mil. Ilu inuv'
t:i!j,!,!l IP vim w iiiitli)ii Uuuluili
'Jm I4JI mm uUiiiiul iuUM
Bill, subdivision of Sec. 14 pend
ing. Passed to the end of Sec. 15.
Noble Widemann, on See. 10 be
ing read, explained that there was a
change from (he existing law, in the
clause, "Provided that no change
shall bo made as to the boundaries
of any precinct within sixty days of
The Section passed, also Sees. 17
.Rep. Nawahi considered Sec. 19
useless, as the Constitution provid
ed for the compensation of Repre
sentatives. He moved to stiike it
Rep. P&ehnolc said if it was struck
out the lion, member would have to
disgorge his mileage allowance.
The Constitution said the compen
sation . was to be provided by law,
and if this was struck out the lion,
member would get nothing.
The section passed, also following
sections to llio twenty-fourth.
Recess from 12 to l:t$0.
ur.Kotu: M'CUM.Y, .1.
Thuhsiiay, Oct. .10.
In re estate of J. N. Robinson of
Honolulu, Oahu, deceased. Peti
tion of the widow and L. A. Thurs
ton for probate of the will of de
ceased. Contestants appeal from
decision of July 2!), 18!)0, of Judd,
C. J., admitting will to probate.
Being heard. Proponent's evidence
L- A. Thurston and W. O Smith
for proponent; P. M. Hatch and A.
Rosa for contestants.
UKFOKC JUI)I, c. ,i.
In re estate of J. II. Lainaliolo of
Honolulu, Oahu, deceased, intest
ate. Petition of Samuel Lainaliolo
for letters of administration. Con
tinued until moved on.
W. C. Achi for petitioner.
Kanohola (k.) and Kuekaa (k.)
vs. Alee and John Doc (Ch.) Tro
ver: for conversion of crop of taro,
damages eighty dollars. Defend
ants' appeal from Police Court,
Honolulu. Continued until next
term day. Enoch Johnson for plain
tiffs; J. L. Kaulukou for defend
ants. COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT.
A grand complimentary concert
to the admiral, captains and officers
of the men-of-war in port, will be
given this (Friday) evening at 7:30
at the Hawaiian Hotel. Following
is the programme:
March Hawaii Nci Bcrger
Overtuie Italian in Mgwr.... Uosslnl
Chorus -Day of Judgment. . .Schneider
Grand National Fantasia Kappey
Mikioi. Pun o Unlit, llikl no me A'u.
Sel"etiou Lucrela Borgia... Doniclti
Walt. Dorothy Oilier
Medley Pleasant Memoiics Beyer
The .star Sp.midi-il Banner.
God Save the Qucun.
Ju auese Anthem.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
The Sergeut-at-Arms hunting for
a quorum brought in two ladies Hits
morning. Sam has a fetching way.
Rep. Nawahi has" discovered that
l'lalo" onhy means "southern" on a
map and in his mind. Under his
wrong reckoning Hie washtub line
will bring Zuni Indian relics from
The House struck a 810,000 item
out of the Appropriation Bill near
the end of the third reading. The
assembled wiseheads would not have
dared to iitdulgo in such reckless
retrenchment earlier in the game.
ALL SAINTS' DAY.
To-morrow, November 1st, is All
Saints' Day, a feast of obligation
celebrated in memory and honor of
all the Saints. The following ser
vices will be held at the Catholic
Low masbes at G and 7 a.m. High
Pontifical mas at 10 a.m., followed
Confirmation at 3 p.m. followed
by Holy Rosary and Benediction.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
Baud Concert at Hawaiian Hotel
Turner Club, 7:30.
Tin: auction sain of tho Honolulu
Arion ofieots was fairly attended this
afternoon. Mr. J. Duitiain bought
thu Oliickuring piano for $170. His
Ex. J. A, Cummins bought all Hie
chandeliers and about 20 cbaits; Mr.
(ioldhoig also bought furniliiio. The
pictures went next on thu list,
EXCFLLF.NT Mliicti Pies ficsh
every day at the Klltu leu ('team
Purloin. 0U7 at
MAKMI mid lluleiiiiiiio Uiuielii'K
lire offered fur mlo. For fmlhi r
pailliMiluiH apply lo
.1, Jl, HOLT, Hit..
im im l,(). Box ir:t,
IT, Hi f uMW.Air. 1i,m;iwi,, I
lllillilllllll. II. 1. 1 IM. V, IMM), J
All in'iiiiiiin ImUng I'liilnu uguliiM thu
ilili nf MnlliK"Hi liniiiliill, iliM'tmm'ili
iiini mi in imii
lliiliililml In I It it mi ii nt
inn lii'nli)' imilili'il in !"""Hi li"lr lillU
mill imilii' lumiii'iii wllliln Do iIiivh, iiml
nil .1.1111111. lltll'lllir lllllllltl 11' llfll nihil
IJll IH'lilll 111 V UK Illl)""iy !I(U III
lUllJW.llHiiUill lllll mill" Qllll Willi)
THE CAMERA EXHIBITION.
A, linncc Amllt'iirc nmt Fine VIpwh.
Tho Camera Club exhibition at
the Hawaiian Opera IIousu last night
was piobably one of the largest
gatherings uvcr assemble in that
building. Long before the hour for
opening, Hie doors wore besieged by
a throng of men, women and chil
dren anxious to be the first to cccure
seats. Over six hundred tickets
had been sold and there were con
consldcrably more than that number
of persons present.
Everybody was in a good humor
and even tltoso who wete obliged to
stand accepted the situation cheer
fully, wheru llio management wisely
refused to place chairs in tho aisles.
There seemed to bo but one justifi
able criticism on tho exhibition and
that was that it was too short. When
the lights were turned down, prepar
atory to illuminating the screen,
several little feminine exclamations
were heard, preceded by sundry
masculhne imitations of oscillatory
exercise ; but confidence was almost
immediately restored by "aloha" in
large brilliant letters been thrown
upon tho screen, which was certainly
a welcome- diversion to thu married
people, even though disappointing
to "love's young dream."
The Camera Club has gone to large
expense lately in adding to the Club
equipments and it is expected that
the liberal receipts of last night will
go far toward making this populai
institution a permanent amusement
in Honolulu. The instrument used
in projecting llio views last night
was a first class McAllister dissolv
ing Stcreopticon, which was import
ed from New Yoik at an expense of
several hundred dollars. The light
used was tho Oxy-hydrogen lime
light. If Hie photographic value of
Hie pictures projected was not al
ways what might be expected in
works of art, the fault lay in the
negatives ; but when it is considered
that the entire preparation and man
agement of the exhibition was per
formed by amateurs, it was certainly
a most creditable first-performance.
The following is a list of the ninety
odd views projected: Aloha. Woods
on the road to the volcano. The
Mikado Party at Waialae. A Ho
nolulu Celebrity. Fiom Kapiolani
Park. Ilanapepc Valley. Crossing
a mountain stream. Picnic at Ma
noa. Wailuu, Kauai. The Yacht
Helene at Pearl Harbor. View from
the Pali. Seeing the steamer off.
Falls at Kauae. Ililo Woods. Hon.
J. A. Cummins. Woods at liana.
Kapiolani Park. Bathing at Wai
kiki. The King Visitinc the U. S.
S. Charleston. The Boys on the
Fence. Camp in the Woods. Ila
wewe falls. Yachts Nyanza and
Casco. Interior of native hut. The
last of the Mohican. Lelcliakahaka
falls. Three little girls from school.
A stray cat. Several traits of chil
dren. Manowaiopuna, Kauai. Wai
lua falls. A picnic. Coasting
schooner outside Oahu. Princess
Kaiulani. A famous stock raiser.
Woods' on Oahu. Lawai, Kauai.
Nutiauu vailey. Freedom. Kaimi
loa leaving for Samoa. Cave at Iuo
Valley. Kapaa falls. Pali road,
Molokai. Native house, Maui. Wai
akea River, Ililo. A Hawaiian
Celebrity. Honolulu from King
street. The beach at Waikiki. Ki
pahulu, Maui. A big spider. The
Yacht Spray. Makiki falls. A
party of dogs. Mountain Woods
Honolulu. Night blooming cereus.
Depot Honolulu. Chasing cattle at
Mana. Honolulu from Punchbowl.
Summit of Punchbowl. A famous
yacht Captain. Lunch on board the
Helene. Hana harbor, Maui. A
deadlock. Wailua falls from be
low. A mutual friend. II. B. M.
S. Champion. Barrett's place at
Kealukekua. Lunalilo Home. Parly
at Waialue. Pilikia loa. An after
noon siesta. From Kalihi valley.
Nawiliwili Bay, Kauai. View from
Manoa Valley. Two Chinese ladies.
Falls at Nuuauu Valley. Two Gov
ernment olllcials. Three Hawaiian
'IMIE annual meeting of the stockhold
1 ers of the v aikapu Sugar C!o. will
tike place at the office of Win G. Irwin
fcCo., on MONDAY, November :iid, at
0:30 o'clock a. in.
W. M. OIFFAItl),
WOMAN to take care of children
l' and to do eliiiinhi'i u'diK-. Aimlv
at llui.i.iniN Oillcu.
BY a Sober, HoncM Poitiigmw Man,
just fiom California, ulieieliehiiK
lived foi in years, a situation to take
caio of horxuB, tows or gulden. Apply
at Ihis olllee. G!l7 lw
A MAHKIKI) Couple. I lie wife lo do
' lliu cooking and lioiinuunrk the
IiiihIiiiihI In attend lo nnixldu wink,
Iiomi'h, fowl, nillklnu'. Addii'M "Ha
waiian O iihli rutin," Kiiploliml Pink;
Mullitil Tnli'plmiiu lUiA. liiir. if
AT lliu adjoin iiml iiiniiiiil inmillng nf
llii' liiiliul'i riniMrC'n. held ill l n
nlllriMif CiKtlli'.'i Ciml,ii, ()ii, lliiih, ln
fiiliiHliigiilllr'ii unin iilnnltMl fur ihn
HIHIlllIK )IHII I
H. 1' illim I'limlilnnli
Hun. .1. M Mliillh. , Villi. 1'iiwlihnil.
Hull. h. h. (Jililfi ti'l'majUIBI'i
i iv diliuilijJit . i , . , 1. 1 . .Bi'miiliiiyi
Pi Si ltyJjl"J 1 1 liliYA1 $$"''
Opera Glasses, Sny Cflasses,
Bronzo Vases, S(nluos, Elc.
Plioto Allninii, now style;
Kim I'mi of every dc-ci tption,
Ladles' Satchels, Jleversl Gniucs
And Other Christmas Goods,
KOll SAI.B IIV
tar givkn ou'i1 -a
Monday alternoon, October 27th, the
following drew their watches:
Gmjii 1 Member No. 17.
Ol.un 2 Member No. 11.
Ci.un 3 Member No. II.
Cl.un -1 Member No. !W.
Cluii 5 Member No. CO.
ttS" Keiiicinber we arc glvhiK you a
Solid It Karat Gold Cne with tine
full Jeweled Waltham Jloveinent in
our clubs tor
$1.00 Per Week.
I F. WicliiaTffalcli CI.
J. A. LUOICE'IT,
TO THE LADIES !
Of Nun Franr'Hco,
(Proprietor of the Kedfern House, Mar
ket Street, under Palace Hotel),
Intends to remain in Honolulu for the
next three or four months for the bcnellt
of his health, during which time bo has
concluded to open a
Ladf es'Tailoring & Dressmaking
XST.VI J I., I H II MJEIST.
Ladles wishing to have their Fall and
Winter ('ostiiin.'H made will do well to
call at once to secure their orders.
Riding Habits, Genuine Tailor-made
Costumes, Traveling Ulsteis, Jackets,
all thel.atest Designs In
Promenade and Evening Co3tumes.
VfT His universal reputation as a
Fitter and Dressmaker is too well
known to need any further recommund
atiou. He will giiaiiuilee peifect satls
tion. Cor. Fort & Hotel Ste.
(Over Temple of Fashion.)
These Filters are easily cleansed,
and NKVKU becoino ORAOKKD or
OJtAZED by change of tcinpeiattiruuf
Thu Fillei Medium Is a NATURAL
STONK, mined from tho earth. It Is
unlike any other atone.
It Does Not AJiBorl) and
IWmmhiio Foul 1
IMPUIUTIKS never PKNKTRVI'K
it, hut Ilu on the kiii face, ami Internally
tint Blone leiuahiK as piim and while
after yeais of use as when lakeii fiom
the mine, .
Tim flute City Stnim Filler luiipcr
fi'i'l Hiiivi'M lilt) tho only leal lllii'r I
I m vii ever m'iiii, I would mil ha isllhniil
iiiik fiiriiuy riiiiHhliiriilhiii. II nmwiU
our lnl.c nuiur Inio thu liiot ill Inking
untiti' In lliu win Id.
lll.Nlll M I,V1IAN, M, I) ,
r:i:i Went Admin hi., l.'lilritgn,
bxir ror Huhi by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,,
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IWH llll I'tMlklli'nl, lluiiulnlil,
NOW IS THE TIME 1
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Arc now selling llieir Hondi, and upon easy terms. The additional feu
ture of Insurance goes witli every Uoml.
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 " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, Us payments prompt and certain, and its
(From the New York Sim, April 4th, 1890.)
Tho Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
Tho new business of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fikty
Million Dollaks. This is at the rate of two hundred millions ofassur-'
ancefor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
"Inforination cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his oillce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S. Jan-1-90
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