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DAlLy BULJUiflyjB ; JJUKUL.tTjLU, Ai. 1, NOVEMBER 1, iW.
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SATURDAY, NOV. 1, 1890.
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OAHU RAILWAY & LANDCO.'S
To Titlu' i:itci't Ortnlii'i'.tt.l, 1NU0.
A.M. A.M. lM. l'.M.
Loavo Honolulu.. (!:ir 8:15 1 :I5 4 ::0f
Arrive llonoullull. 7:'2C :4! i!:4!l BtJlfif
Loavo llonoullull. 7:U0 10:fll 0:51 " : lof
Arrivo Honolulu.. 8:115 11:55 4:55 O:G0f
t Satin days only.
Slim- MoUolil fiom Molokut
Stnir hvHlmil from llaui.ikita :iml Lahu-
Stmr ICiiulnfinm Kauai
SlmrKtlaiica lion fiom ITaumMia
Stinr .1 A UummliiH from Wiilmiinaln
Iiktuo Mmy Wliikoliiimi, N Mtoon, 22
day froinSiiu Kiaiiclero
Sehr nary E Foster for Kntml
- VESSELS LEAV NG MONDAY.
Ilk Bilker, Liujhthody, for Poit Town-
Stnir.T Cummins for Wahuaiialo at
11 :i m
Stntr Jus Makee for ICup.ia at -1 p in
tttuir Mokolll for Molokai nt 5 p in
Hktne S G Wilder, Giilllths, for San
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr V G Hull 278 bags awn, 35 bags
coffee, 23 liund cattle, 17 pkgb bides
and 134 smidiy p.ick.tes.
Stmr Uvalanl -17(15 bugs sng.ir mid 40
Stmr Mokolil lfilie.ul cattle, 110 sheep,
10 calves, 40 b.ig-i lnullons, and 12
Fiom Ilawii and Maui per stmr W G
Hall, Oct 31 Mix N C Haley, .lss
rimk, Mlsslliilunulo, A K Kidiitt, Miss
Kckiiiknabale, VS Sinilb. Mis Jmgcn
.en and child, Master Kal.duaa, .1 A
Johnson, R btuiiich, J F Howler.
Acbow, Mis Neal, Miss Stuiter, J R
Myers. W 11 Johnson afid 72 deck.
Fiom Ham.ikiia, per stmr Iwalani,
Nov 133 deck passengeis.
Fiom Molokai per stmr Mokolii. Nov
lMrs V Meyers, G M Roupo and 10
The depailurc o'f the baik Bilker was
postponed till Monday. She was moor
ed out at the Can buoy to-day
The buikcntine Alary Winkehiian,
Captain N Nison, artived to-day fiom
San Francisco with a full caigo of gen
eial meiclMudise valued at $32,770, In
cluding 85i bbls Hour, C5sks beans, 1077
ctls b'liley, 2029 sks bran, 58 ctls corn,
300 bbls lime, 3000 sks meal, (!25 sks
middlings, 297 ctls oit, 1C0 kegs pow
der, 9G.15S His rolled bailey, 100 sks
salt, 29,548 lbs sii-iar, 200M shingle,
2108 gals wine, 107 ctls w heat and 59
head live stock, also 100 lbs cement.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Ckickkt match next Wednesday.
The Typographical Union will hold
their monthly meeting thih evening
at Harmony Hall at 7 o'clock.
Tiik annual meeting of the Wai
kapu Sugar Co. will be held next
Monday nioiiiiiig, at the ollice of
Win. G. Irwin cfc Co., at 9:30 o'clock.
Tin: baikcntiiio S. G. Wilder, Giif
fith, master, will sail for San Fran
cisco next Monday, Nov. .'id. For
passage apply to Messis. F. A.
Selnicfer & Co.
' Evnuv member of "Uniform Rank"
is ordered by the Sir Knight Captain,
commanding, to appear at the Hull
of Mystic Lodgo No. 2, to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock.
A mketino of First Division of the
Liliuokaluni Educational Society will
lie held at Wa-liinglon Place on
Monday at 3 o'clock p.m. Alt nieni
Iwro ure expected to bo present.
Seuvices were held in St. An
drew's Cathedra! by the Second
Congregation, Rev. Alex. Mackin
tosh, pastor, this morning at 11
o'clock in commemoration of "All
The Honolulu Libiary Association
will hold their annual meeting this
ovening at 7 :30 o'clock at the Library,
for the purpose of electing trustecb
and oiliccrs for the ensuing year, us
well us for tlio transaction of other
Tin: Bui.i,i;tin is requested to stato
that II. B. M. S. Amphion will be
open to public inspection from 11 u.
m, Sunday until sunset; on Monday,
M, fiom 10 a. in. until sunset; on
Tuebday, 4th, fiom 1 p. in. until sun
fet; on Wednesday, 5th, from 10 a.
m, until Hiiiihct.
It is un noil need that the woll mid
popularly known "Honolulu Arion"
is to lie reorganized under tint old
iiamo. Some of the pioneers of the
institution have taken thu mutter in
hand and it has been imaiigod so
(hut u meeting for organization and
the election of oIUciuh will he held
UiIh evening lit Imlf.puHt seven
o'clock, at the White llout.e,nii Nun
Tin; Indies who Imvu piopuiti
iiillitlim fur Hie fnlr fin Urn KiiIIuik'
HoillH iim rijiie.leil In Hind Ilium in
tin ii.ii ly nti Tni'Hliiy iifiuiiiuun, (
iiiiMllili'i In Miri. Mm lhitii, IImih
luniii lii'i'l, mi Unit III" I'liiniiiiiinn
iJjU)' MlIWi limn Hi llMllh llll'lll. II
(Omilly iiiMil Hit' Miiuiuilltii) il
lujn if piuiwj mi uuyn uiir
II' llllJiP liiV IWJUMtlwJ, U
Saturday, Nov. 1.
The House began business at
OI1DKU OK Till: I)AV.
The House proucctled with the
second iciuling of tho Election Bill.
Sees. 41 and 42 passed.
Rep. lJaeliaole, on See. 43 being
read, said that Sees. 43 to 08 inclu
sive were the same as the old law,
anil he thought it a waste of time to
Noble Widcmann said there were
The section passed, also Sees. 4 1
Noble Widemann moved an am
end ini'iit to Sec. 47, "of candidates,"
as submitted by committee.
Noble RIarsden moved to make
the fee for a candidate for Noble
twenty-five dollars instead of llfty.
l(e understood it was made double
that of Representative candidates
last session for a joke. It was time
to undo that joke, :h the expense to
the Government was the same in
one ease us the other.
Rep. Kauhi moved the fee be
Rep. l'aehaole supported the last
amendment. Some of the Nobles
were elected for six, and others four
years, therefore it was only fair that
they should pay more than a Repre
sentative. Noble Marsden said the Noble
had to pay the expenses of attend
ing the Legislature all those years
without compensation, while the
Representative was paid an in
demnity of 8250 a session.
Rep. Rickard rather favored the
seventy-five dollar amendment, as it
was woilh the extra twenty-live
dollars to hac a front seat like the
lion. Noble fiom Ilj?Jiakua. (Laugh-
Noble Marsden would withdraw
his amendment, and make it one
bundled audljifty dollars. His ob
ject had not been to save planters
or other wealthy persons the money,
but to make it easier for natives and
poor men to run for Nobles. Noble
Cornwell and himself could afford
to pay a hundred and fifty dollars.
Rep. Kinidsen thought there was
no country in the world that made a
man pay to run an election. It was
a puise-pioud idea. He moved to
strike out the fees altogether.
Noble Widemann's amendment
carried, the others weieall rejected,
and the section passed as amended.
Sees. 48-7iO passed, also See. 51,
as amended by committee.
Sees. 53 and 54, "of opening and
closing the polls," passed.
Minister Peterson moved an
amendment to Sec. 55, "of ballots,"
providing for the party designation
of candidates on the. ballots. Car
ried, and the section passed as
Minister Peterson moved to add
to Sec. 5(5, "Specimen ballots shall
be of led or gieen paper." Carried,
and the section passed as amended.
Sees. 57-60 passed with amend
ments recommended by committee.
Sec. 01 (as amended by commit
tee) "For the puiposc of voting
the Chairman shall fold the ballot
twice, first across the middle so as
to form a rectangle, and again in the
same manner and in the same direc
tion, and in such manner as to con
ceal the contents thereof, and thus
folded shall hand it to the voter"
caused a desultory discussion.
Rep. Kauhi supported the amend
ment, requiring the Chairman to do
Noble Cornwell asked what if the
voter could not read or wiite.
Rep. Kauhi said that would be
the voter's lookout. (Laughter.)
Rep. Paehaole thought it would
not hurl to stiike the section out.
Rep. White held that the proposed
amendment would pi event voters
from identifying their ballots to
their employers by method of fold
ing. The section passed as above.
Sections weie passed with com
mittee's amendments til) the section
was reached which says, "Any voter
who declares to the Chun man of
Inspcclojfl that by blindness or other
physical disability ho is unable to
mark his ballot, shall upon lequest
receive the assistance of one of tiie
Inspectors of election in the mark
- Minister Peterson moved to insert
the words, "or illiteracy" after "dis
ability." Rep. Kauhi was strongly against
the amendment. It would open the
door to fiaud.
Rep. Hrown considered the nmeudr
incut necessary in order to comply
with the Constitution. He was sor
ry bo many illiterate people had tho
franchise, but it would he unconsti
tutional to make a law that would
prevent any of these people from
Noble Wideiimuu held that al
though tlin Constitution gave a man
the right to vole, it did not compel
another iimii to carry him to the
Minister Peterson regarded the
iniieiidiDuiit us necessary,
Nnlilit Aliiufiirlunu dlil not think
thorn (vnillil li nil ill" trouble unilul
puled In viillng, All III') nuiniii
noulil hi) nil out) Imllnl, with tliouu
til tmuli niriy i nulling rniiminullwly
ul nun mill, ii niijiminil in Mm
iiinuiiilninnl it lining vnlivnrivu n(
I lm ulijt'in ill Him hill,
Hun. lUuhiiiil uuiihji)ml tlio ill
iillMuj I il mm! limy ui'IDuUdijjiUJm
iiJilO tKIMliJM. UJMJi iiiJi)
out and the bill bo Indefinitely post
poned. (Ruled out of order, as the
question was only pending on a
The amendment was lost and the
Tho House adjourned at 12:05.
EVEHfs THIS EVENING.
Roman Catholio Cathedral, con
firmation, at 3.
Baseball at Makikl, at 3:30.
Rand concert at Thomas Square,
at 4 :30.
Meeting Typographical Union No.
30, at Harmony hall, at 7.
Honolulu Libiary Association,
The Hawaiian Banti will give a
public concert at Thomas Square
this afternoon at 4 :30 o'clock, ren
dering the following programme:
March -Crown Prince Krnl
Overture-Struggle for Koitune..Stippo
1 luiile Qlurniiienti Sauelll
iMedlcy Keeiie uover
Hal nil Morning IJeethoven
all. Hliie Lake Mllloeker
the catholic cathedral.
To-monow, November 2d, an Eng
lish sermon will be delivmed nt the
7 n. m. mass.
Next Monday, November 3d, will
bo "All Souls Day," a day of devo
tion, appointed by tho church forthe
living to offer piayer and suffrages
for the souls of the faithful departed.
Low masses for tho dead at 0 anil
7 a. in. High pontifical mass at I)
Twenty-secoild Sunday after Ti in
ity. Cathedral services:
Holy Communion G:30 a. in.
Litany, 9:30 a. in.
Morning prayer and sermon, 10
Hawaiian Evensong and Sermon,
3:30 p. m.
Evening prayer and Sermon, C
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral on Sunday, November 2d, will
boas follows: 11:15 a. m., Holy
Communion, with sermon. The
musical service will be Tours in F
Miioughout. Hymns 427, 314. 7:30
p. m., evening prayer, with sermon.
Magnificat and NuncDimittis.Ehdon
in U; Anthem, "Let every soul be
subject," by Stabler. Hymns 43G,
27. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor.
All are invited to these services.
The belief is general on the con
tinent that nothing short of war will
again place Bulgaria in Russia's
hands. The recent elections devel
It is said that J. M. Longyear, of
Marquette, Mich., made his millions
by studying ecology until he could
trace an iron vein by the dip and
strike equal to the best miner.
Cranlciry picking has become so
much an established industry among
the Cape Cod children that it is pro
posed to arrange the school terms so
that there will be no session during
the cranberry season.
Every window in Mrs. George W.
Child's Long Branch cottage is said
to be filled with a bright scarlet boxs
thickly planted with palms ferns,
hanging vines and flowering plants.
The contrast of the scarlet and green
is most striking and very beautiful.-
The few Digger Indians of Cali
fornia who are left are becoming
quite civilized and well-to-do llnan
dally. They own ranches, with
horses, cattle, wagons, machinery,
carriages, etc., and many of them
work for the white farmers during
the harvest time, doing good work
in this line.
An official stenographer of the
German Imperial Parliament who
has calculated the rapidity of speech
of several celebrated German states
men, credits Count Herbert Bis
marck with 144 words a minute;
Rickett with 153 ; Singer, the social
ists, 121; Bamberger, 129; and
Tho postal savings banks in Jap
an, which for several years received
but 'little attention from the people,
have become a gieat success. They
weie established in 1875, but at the
cud of the year had only 815,320
on deposit. In 1882, however, it
amounted to 81,058,000. and in 1889
EXCELLENT Mlneo Pics fiesh
every day at the Elite lee (Jreain
Purlois. 01)7 lit
EVEKY member of tlio abovo is
hi'ieby ordeied to appear at the
Hall of Mystic Lodge No. "A on SUN
DAY, at 10 o'clock A. m. No iiMlfnrm,
o. j. McCarthy,
Sir Knight Captain Commanding.
'IMIK annual meeting of the stoekhnlil
1 eiMf I lie vvaikupii Sugar Co. will
take place at thu ollice of Win (J. livvlu
iV C mi MONDAY, November ttul. at
DiilO o'clock a, m.
WW '-'t Heeinliiiy,
IJ, H, Cun!.aii:(Ji;ni;iiai.,
llimnlnln, II. I.,Oi:i,J8, isno,
All puinm having elulin iikiIiiI Urn
iitliiln nf Wiillhglini Kniiilull, ilrrrii.nl,
mill nil nuiKiiim Inilnnli'il in lln- hiiiiu
inn lii'iehv mil I hti In iniinnl I lie r h U
nun iinj .o in)) iiii'iii ullli hi il) iIidh, mill
nil I m iiiiii liimnw itiiinmlv urn n lm
T. . . il " r . "-- 11 i'-ik'ii .- ':
iiwu imj in id iiuj i wji imp mm iiuu it
m in j muwujj i
For San Francisco,
Tho Fnv'orlto Fast Sallhur Barkontlho
"S. C. WILDER'
Will sail for the above poit
On MONDAY, Nov. 3rd,
C3?" For passage apply to
F. A. SCHAEFER & Co.,
Purchasers of Lots at Pearl City will
Ploaso Take Noilco,
THE Oolin Railway & Lnnd Co. h nve
made arrangements to deliver
lumber and all kinds of Building inii.te
llal at tho Peail Oily Stutioii at the
regular Honolulu pi lees.
Those desiring to build at IVarl City
upon liiiul sold by tlio Company please
call at the Company's ollice for further
. F. DILLINGHAM.
General Manager O. It. & L. Co.
A WOMAN to take care of children
lltld to do uu.unlinrivnrk. Atmli'
at HUM.KTIN Ollice.
B a Sober, Honest Portuguese Man,
just from California, wheie he has
lived for IB jears, a situation to take
caie of hotses, tows or gulden. Annlv
at thli ollice. 097 lw
MAKKIED Couple, the wife to do
tile ermklfur Mtirl llmiam,..,!. ft...
husband to attend to outside work,
noises, iowi8, miikim;. Addiess 'Ha
waiian O-tiieli Faun," Kaploliinl Park;
Mutual Telephone 32."i.
4 NICE Cottage with six
rV rooms and bath. An-
ply at "No
18U Niiimnti Ave
LARGE Airy Room, up
stairs, unfurnished, lately
oecunied liv Howard IlirHi.
eoek Inquire at Anderson & f.undy's
Dental Ollice. 091 lw
and Lot on
Rlrptf. ji f(u'
I J Beietania
llonrH Ulml till. .rmnitr
For paiticulurs Inqiihe within.
AVERY Convenient and
rioatr'ililn Otitmr.. rim
'2Bacl nisheil or iinfiiniUlinil nom
ine old imseu Hi gioiiuu at Makikl Ap
ply at GUMOK'S AGENCY,
070 tf 38 Merchant sheet.
ASITITE of Three Nicely
Furnished Rooms, two
bedrooms iinil tinrlnr nn
Punchbowl street near Palace Walk;
siiiuiuic mr two single gentlemen.
CG4 tf H. F. HEBBARD.
STORES TO LET.
'"pWO Stoics on King street
recently occupied by
ins. linsrncn. tn lot nr
reasonable rental. Premises liave been
uucu. Apiny io
C72 lm Interior Olliec.
r Cottage with pantile.-.,
rietnelieri fnnlv-lifinei. nml aii--
vants rooms, large stable, etc., oiiNuu
anu Avemie, near School stieet. Lai go
vaid with fruit treehiind choice (lowers.
Rent rcusoiiable. Apply to
089 tf Mits. U. AFONQ.
COW and 2 Heifers,
1 and 2 venrs nlil-
will bo sold singly or alto
gethur. Apply to
Fort street, below School stiect.
BKOWN LEGHORNS !
BROWN Leghorn Cocke
rels for sa.e. Kiiaranteed
thniotighbred. Address "Ha
waiian OBtrleh Farm," Ka
piolunl Park) Mutual Tole-
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT t0 annipil meeting of the stock
holder of to pala Plantation
held tiy day, tie following iniined
ollleern weie elected to seivo for Hie
II. P. Baldwin ...Pieslileut,
W, O. AtWHler......VIee-Piesldeiit,
.1. B Athertoii ..TreaHiuer,
T. W. Unburn., Secietiry,
W, A Boweu Aiulitor,
'ii u' itititimv
. , ... ..W....W.,,
Honolulu, Oct, '.'8, 1890,
ATllie iiiIJoiiiiiihI mniinil inmiihignf
Hut Hiilml.i Migiir (in, held nt v n
nllli'iinf Ciulln A Ciiiiku, l)u, Willi, Uiu
rnllnvliigiiniii VH'lu itniiiu fur ill"
ri, (. .lllmi.. ...!. mi tl'ienliliinl,
1lmi.il. M HnillliiMVkiiPiiu)i)i'iii,
MiiJliW.N. IVlIn iM.TiiiiijUluri
i AiJiw inn . m . t . . , . .flipH'jji) i
lltl'OlIKO Vsisos, St 11 tu OB, El.
Plioln Albums, new styles;
Flue; Fans of every descilptlou.
Ladles' Satchels, Reveial Games,
And Other Christmas Goods,
KOK SAI.K IIY
tar given out -a
Slniulny afternoon, October 27th, the
following drew their watches:
Cluii 1 Member No. 17.
Cldii 2 Member No. 1 1.
Cluii 3 Member No. -II.
Cluii 4 Member No. 33.
Cluii 0 Member No. 00.
tQT Remember wo arc giving you a
Solid 14 Karat Gold Oii'-o with line
full Jeweled Waltliain Movement In
our clubs for
$1.00 Per Week.
11. F. Wlcl
or Han FrnnplHco,
(Proprietor of the Reilfern House, Mar
ket Street, under Palace Hotel),
Intends to remain in Honolulu for the
next three or four months for the benellt
of his health, dm big which time hu has
concluded to open a
l ItST-CL, A.8H
Ladies' Tailoring & Dressmaking
Ladies wishing to have their Fall and
Winter Costuini s made will do well to
call at once to secure their oiders.
Riding Habits, Genulno Tailor-made
Costumes, Traveling Ulsteis, Jackets,
all theLiitest Designs hi
Promonade and Evening Costumes.
RT" His universal reputation as a
Fitter ami Diessmaker is too well
known to need any fin thcr reeonimand
ation. He will guarantee perfect satis
tlou. Cor. Fort & Hotel Ste.
(Over Temple of Fashion.)
These Filters are easily cleansed,
and NEVKR become CRACKED or
CRAZED by change of teinperatuie of
The Flltei Medium is a NATURAL
HTONK, mined from the earth. It Is
unlike any other stone.
It Doom Not Almorb uml
Become Foul I
IMPURITIUS neer PENFTRATE
It, hnj lie on t tt hid face, and Internally
the Htonn remains ax puiu mid white
after yeiiihiif use as when taken fiom
The Gate City Sloim Filler Is a per
feelsueeehs It Is the only nml lllter I
have ever heeu, I would not he without
nun for any rninddeiailou. It ennveilH
our hike wninr Into Ihn bn.t ill Inking
water III Ihn world.
i:niu M I.UUN. M. I) ,
AIM Weill AiIiiiim HI.. Clllriign.
Biir- Fur Hide hy
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,,
Oiiinllii Hiui'iieU A I'o.'m llmilt.
lm I'nil IH'mI, llimuliiln,
I I 4M ItiWumJ lu hit UVi) UTM) on
Gate City Stone Filter.
NOW IS rlE TIME I
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Arc now selling their Honda, and upon easy terms. The additional fe'a
lure of Insurance goes with every Hond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
,ER.T BONDS. 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " ii Vi
eTdOMENTSEE 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 Ath, 1890.)
Tho Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
The now business of the Equitable Life Assuranec Soeiety of New
York for tho first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiktt
Million Dollaks. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
anceor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
-Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his ollice.
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
New Goods ! New Goods !
" PENNSYLVANIA" NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS,
HAVILAND CHINA, SILVER PLATEDWARE,
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS. Also,
WM. -. JPIJSOI-JLETSJ
Famous Grand Active & Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
Gnsumiiig One-third Less Fuel, either wood or coal, than
any other Stove in existance.
No Brick Work About It !
Whose Baking Qualities are Unsurpassed
IViang-ulav Oi-ates !
COT FOR SALE BY THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckcln; Bank, Honolulu, H. I.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
R. MORE, : :
Engineers & Iron Founders,
0ffice"& Works, : Esplanade, Honolulu.
SiiRiir MaehiiKsry, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Engines,
Steam Boilem, Juice Tanks, Cooler Moluenes Tnnks, Sugar Cam.
Cane Curs, Elovatorn, OonveyoiH, Furnace FiliingH,
Wrought it Cast Iron Work for Hohmi Builders,
Water Wheels & Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc., Etc, Etc.
Diffusion Machinery in all its Brandies.
is.fvvvT a m. ia
Tir JP ! T i Tfi XMb.
vw" uutMTf M4r "r
V 11 1 ill II II III I 111 V
Mule .liii'HlN Ihiuulliiii InIhmiIn I mc Hid
BiLI ON WATER WHKKL, i
Just a Clean Cut Stove I
Ul' U1WW UMi! IW!