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THURSDAY, NOV. (!, 1890.
(Ml) RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tulie litlcot irctotiui- UA, IHOO.
A.M. A.M. l'.M. l'.M.
Leave Honolulu.. 0:15 :-!5 1 r-in 4::Ut
Arrtvo Honoullull. 7:21' :4i 2 :41 fl:36t
Loavo Honoullull. 7:30 10:51 3:51 S:4of
Arrivo Honolulm. fl:3o 11:55 4:'r5 t):G0t
t Saturdays only.
! L'-i,.-. : :
Ktinr Ilnwail for llanuikun nuil Hllo nt
10 u in
II li M S Amphlon, 12 U Hiillon, for
VESSE S LEAVINi: TO-MORROW.
Atmr (.Multiline for Mnul anil Hawaii
1! p in
Stmr U It Bishop for Waitmae, Waialua
and Kooluu at 9 a in
For. I.aliaitm and IJmunkuii, per stun
lwalnnl, Xovfl L'aul Neumann, W II
Klckartl, Frank Brown, .1 A IMas, 1?
ChliiPBu nud 20 duck.
U S S IroquoN will probably mill
Siiinoa on Saturday, November, 8tli
HUMS Amplilon nulled tins noon
for Hongkong, and from there will pro
ceed to .Wediterraiienn .sea Station.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Don't forget the Fair tifiiigthl
The etiUKe is a good and woithy one.
won by the AmphionB.
plifonu, 114.; Honolulu,
H. B. M. S. Amphion sailed to-day
fur Hongkong, and will go from that
place to Jin; Mediterranean Ntivtion,
Mh. Joseph H.
Kuwolo hub been
Public for the
Fourth Judicial Circuit of
The Y. M. C. A. boys will hold
their monthly meeting, at the Y. M.
C. A. parloru, to-morrow afternoon at
Saturday will be a lively day.
There wjll be cricket, baseball, foot
ball and a bicycle exhibition, weather
A meeting of the Honolulu Athle
tic Association will be held to-morrow
evening, at the. Rifle's Armory,
The Hawaiian Camera Club havu
determined to give ajantem slide ex
hibition next jmmth for the benefit
of the Sailors' Home.
Handicraft for October n 'out.
As usual it is blight, witty and
noway, a credit to the Kamchamclia
School and to its editors.
Mit. John Richardson has boon ap
pointed an agent to take aclcnowl
edgements to labor contract for the
District of Wailuku, Maui.
. Jv communication by the Bishop of
Honolulu, of which mention has
been twice made, has been tempora
rily withdrawn from publication.
The Temple of Fashion has just
received a large lot of new goods by
the W. B. Godfrey which will bo
open for inspection in a few days.
Look out for the advertisement!
On the 30th ult., at Kohala, Ha
waii, Mr. T. R. Mossmun and Mies
Rebecca Mellish were united in mar
riage by Rev. J. M. Silver, pastor of
St. Augustine's church of that place.
The Friend for November has
been published. The leading article
is upon "Parental Work in Hawaii."
'I he Friend kIiowh much improve
ment in religious tone and matter
this mouth over sovural recent issura.
A fii'AimiNO match took place at
the Ooinmuicial Saloon, cornur' of
fmiaiiu Viiid' Ho'ielania ntreot, last
night between a local celebrity and
a game boxer from ono'-of the war
bhipa in port. Some really good
Bparring was done in the presence of
a largo and appreciative audience,
M.R, George Lucas, Jr., and Miss
Abbie Banister wt'ic united in mar
riage lust 'light at tie residence of
Mr. Win. Auld at J'ulania. The mni
rfuge coiemony wao performed by the
Bishop of Oliiii. Dining the even
ing.a line hum was si'ivcd. Tin Bul
letin wishes the happy couple ninny
years ol procpmily.
,'Thu Buli.lutin linn more than
ilo'iiblOfcthd circulation of any Eiijj
lial'i dully newspaper printed In Ha
waii; the Bulletin preas room I
ppeii to liiHpvi'tion i-vorv iivi'iilng,
(tjrliiK ttiu printing nuil ilUtriliulioii
of tlie edition, where the public) or
fnUirurttod. mlverttsur oiiii verify Hip
fnotH (or llieiHsulvoii. The Jr..
f,TiN' iliilly Hiilhnrl)iim H in
niilrf'H ft-l n'iii"H f nmliiK mr
for tliii uillilnn, uiul uyuiy wwy u
mmt nut In hum ,lhla miliwllwre!,
MiiHIpl)' M iiiiliuti liy VI klumu iiimI
HiiMPtiiilt will In i In1 miiijliiir of Hiu
IIiiMiIvmn'm ilmly ulr.'illiiiioii. Will
Hi III" HUM fim wni'li new Juiiiini
ML fi ItUlHii UUI tt I MW. HUUIUI . Ul I
'l'lIllltSIIAT, Nov. (5.
The House had a rjitonim at 10:15
hki'Okts or committees.
Noble Mullur presented the report
of the select committee on the duties
of the Fire Marshal, submitting two
bills whose passage they recommend
ed. He moved the bills be referred
to the printing committee. Carried.
Noble Wldenmnn presented the
majority report of the select com
mittee on the bill relating to the
streets occupied by the Tramways
Co., submitting certain amendments.
The minority would bring in a report
on the substitute bill intioduced yes
terday, but that was not an amend
ment to this bill and the House
could deal with it as seemed proper.
Rep. Paehaole moved that the re
port be laid ou the table to await the
Noble Wliluinann objected to this
treatment of the report. This bill
was necessary. The other was not
connected with it and might or might
not he passed,
Rep. l'achnule's molion cariied.
UKDt'.n ok the day.
Noble Cornwell moved that the
tobacco bill be taken up before the
Rep. Piiohnolu said the President
could decide; both matteis were on
the order list.
Rep. Hookuno believed the more
important matter should take prece
dence. Noble Widenmnn considered that
constitutional t amendment bore uo
comparison in point of importance
with the bill to give the lion. Noble
a franchise to grow and manufaetuie
tobacco, to give him lapd and God
Noble Cornwell said he asked that
the bill be taken up because he wish
ed, to get leave of absence to go to
The motion carried.
The bill was considered with
favorable leport.of select committee.
Noble Widenmnn moved that the
hill be indefinitely postponed.
Noble Cornwell moved the bill
pass. Although the franchise con
tained his 'name, it was for the bene
fit of the public. No exclusive
franchise was asked, as the lion.
Noble had worked for in the electric
iight bill yesterday.
Noble Widemanu called the
speaker to order for using his name.
He was aa ready to move indefinite
postponement of the electric light
bill as of this bill.
A member You didn't do it.
Noble Cornwell would refrain from
voting, but asked that the ayes and
noes be called.
Noble Bluller could uot see the
justice of exempting the corporators
from taxation when small farmers
had to pay taxes.
Noble Cornwell thought that when
the company paid the Government a
dollar an acre for land that had only
brought ten cents an acre it was en
titled to some consideration.
Rep. Paehaole supported the bill
as encouraging a new industry. He
liked the till because the applicant
came right out with his own name,
and unlike other members did not
put other names in the charter foi
themselves and then work forit. Ho
moved the previous question.
Noble Wideinann desired to speak,
but was ruled out till the pievious
questions was put.
The motion cariied and the ayes
and noes were called on on the mo
tion to indefinitely postpone the bill,
which was lost on the following
Ayes Nobles Widenmnn, Berger,
Muller, McCarthy 4.
Noes Ministers Cummins, Brown,
Spencer and Peterson ; Nobles Mac
farlane, Pua, Phillips, Crabbe, J.
M. Horner, Hind, Pinker, Alarsden,
Baldwin, W. Y. Homer, Wal
bridge, Anderson, G. N. Wilcox and
Kanoa; Reps. Cumminus, Lucas,
Nawahi, Maker, A. Homer, Kahoo
kano, Waipuilaiii, Apiki, Paehaole,
White, Ivaneahi, Col'kelt, Ilulslead,
lCnudaen, Rice and Vilu'.i. Hi).
Rep. Bush declined to vote be
cause he was against tobacco. Noble
ICauhane a-ked to be excused for
the uume reason. Reps. Brown, R.
W. Wilcox, nud Kauhi votsd "doubt
ful" and stuck to it hen recalled.
The bill passed, to be read a third
Consideration of Constitutional
Amendments with lepoit of' select
Sec. I nf the committee' hill lo
amend Article 4K of the Constitu
tion, no us lo make it read us fol
lows, was reud :
Article 48. Kvery bill which
shall have pasbi-d the Legislature,
shall, before it become luw, be pre
sented to the King. If he upprovu
he uhiill Hlgu it an 1 1 it cli.il I tin; re by
become u luw, hut, If not, he shall
return il, with his objections, to tint
Legislature, which shall enter (he
objection ut huge on their Journal
und proeueil to recniiNlilcr it. If
after siii'h reuoiniliriilliiii it hIiuII
he approved by u iwiMlilnlx vili' of
nil tin I'leetlvu iiiumln'm of Urn
,egiiiuie, It nIhiII In nuiii'iii'il lo
tliu U'Iiik for IimIiiii'i hut If xiH'li
liinliiit Mmll mjiiiu Iiu iiimmI.Miiiii
It nIihII Immune n luw. In nil vnuli
i'uo Hiu ynli oliull liu iMiiriiiilivil
hy yum uiul iiuy. mill llu iiminuHJl
III' llllllllll 11) 1 IP
uliluli w III lui'unly liii
iu jm)iwwKiw ill
ID IIITWIIIJ Villi
) isMj ijfli b imnm), u)' Uw
nil mm iii law iaumJjf w-
cepted) after it shall have been pre
sented to him, the same shall bo n
law in like manner as if he had
signed It, unless the Legislature by
their adjournment provent its return,
in which case It shall not be a law."
Minister Brown moved' that the
amendment pass. Carried.
The committee's amendment to
Article TiG was read as follows:
"Artlclo f6. A Noble shall bo a
male subject of the Kingdom, who
shall have attained the age of twenty-five
years and resided in the
Kingdom three years, and shall be
the owner of taxable property in
this Kingdom of the value of three
thousand dollars over and above all
encumbrances, or in receipt of an
income of not less than six hundred
dollars per annum."
Rep. Paehaole said, the only
change made was the insertion of
the word "male," so that none but
a male subject of the kingdom could
be a candidate for Noble. He mov
ed il pass.
Noble Macfarune objected to tho
manner in which the bill was pre
sented. It seemed to be all mixed
Reb. Brown said this was the re
port of the committee.
Noble Widemanu moved that the
bill be punted. Noble Baldwin
said that the amendments in the re
port were exactly the same as in the
bill, and by looking at the report
members could find every amend
ment. There was nothing more iu
the bill than nppcarcd in the report.
Noble Macfarlane objected to the
manner in which the amendments
were confused in the printed report,
and he did not propose to have
these amendments rushed through
without protesting. He understood
that the Article providing for the
qualification of voters for Nobles
was rushed through while ho was
looking for it, and he was opposed
to certain provisions of that amend
ment. Minister Brown said that Article
had not been reached yet. The hill
was very plain, If the lion. Noble
could not read English he was not
fit to be a Noble.
Noble Macfarlane claimed he was
as fll to occupy his seat as the gen
tleman sitting in the treasury chair.
Noble Widenmnn called the Min
ister to order. Such a remark should
not come from that quarter. If he
(the speakor) were to use such lan
guage, he could be hauled over the
coals for it. He thought His Excel
lency owed an apology to the Homo.
Noble Macfarlane, continuing,
said if the Minister of Finance was
satisfied with the spectacle he had
umdo on the floor of the House, ho
had nothing more to say on that
score. As the thing was before the
House, however, he maintained it
Noble Cornwell said that if the
lion. Noble would go through the
printed report he would find every
thing. Noble .1. M. Horner found no
trouble in finding tho place of each
Noble Widenmnn said they were
now on Sec. 2 of the bill. Would
the lion. Noble show him Sec. 2 in
that report. He moved the section
be indefinitely postponed.
Rep. Nawahi said the section pro
posed an amendment to Article 50
of the Constitution, the intent being
to prevent women from being elect
ed to the House of Nobles. If a
woman set up now in some districts,
she would be elected probably, but
the country was scarcely ready for
Rep. Kanealii objected to the sec
tion because it did denote the coun
try whose Constitution they were
The section passed.
The committee's proposed amend
ments to Article 59 were read.' They
consist of substituting the word
"subject" for "resident" in the
first paragraph so that it shall read:
"Every male subject of the Ha
waiian Islands, of Hawaiian, Am
erican or European birth or descent,
who shall have attained the age of
twenty years, and shall have paid
his tuxes, and shall have caused his
name to be entered ou the list of
voters for Nobles for his District.
i hall be an elector of Nobles, and
shall be entitled to vote at any elec
tion of Nobles, provided:"
And also thai the chaise number
ed second of said Article All shall lr
amended lo read as follows:
"Second That he shall own and
be possessed in hin own right of tax
able property in this country of the
value of pot less than one thousand
dollars over and above all incum
brances or shall have actually re
ceived an income of not less lhan
six hundred dollars during the year
nexl pructidiiig the registration for
each general I'lectlon,'
Noble ,Ma'fnrliinp said il seemed
this amendment was retracing the
steps taken on the franchise. It
sought to remove the franchise
granted by the New Constitution in
foreigners who cuiiie up to the pro
perty (pmldlcutiun und tookthnoath
to support the Constitution This
would disfranchise u large number
of miH'hunlcs uiul I'nitiiuiiiws ho
might not whh lo Mirri'inlor alle
glmmi in I heir own cniintiv. mi1! lit
wnnhl Win in liuvt Hiuntt nxplmiiitlon
nf Hie miiuntlniiiiit from member" of
tln eniiiinlllen, imrllciilnrly lliri
IihIdiiuJiiu in Hit' Itufnrin I'miy
llwp HiiMi Hiihl HiN wni it iniiller
no wliluli Hiu nlinilujiie liml hmlfi'il
wlili ii JenhniK tiyu, All Hnil llm
iin!iiMT liml in ilo fur miHlllli'iillnii
liiluWn'HWifhvH li) liiimjiiii' Mini'
nil wl, yvliluli ijiily mij tlvw
lIullKlf U.UMlJ. HI UlflMll)
tlott, .to substitute "six" hundred
dollars with "three" hundred dol
lars. Many worthy and Industrious
natives were debarred from voting
b' the present franchise.
Noble Baldwin said several intel
ligent Hawaiiuus wcro on tho com
mittee, who agreed that the change
In tho property qualification was
sufllcient without touching that of
income, llawatians had a grievance
which he admitted in high property
ed that it was reasonable to require
that the voter should be a subject.
Both these amendments should be
considered together, when it would
be scon that they shut off a largo
number of voters against whom the
llawatians objected. Taking both
charges together tho proposed am
endment of the Article should allay
tho feeling of Hawaiians. There
should be some distinction between
voters for Nobles and for Represen
tatives, but the amotulmcnt of Rep.
Bush would in some districts have
the effect, practically, of putting all
the voters on the same level. In
such a case they might as well make
the House ull Representatives.
Recess from 12 to 1 :30.
Positively the Last
Saturday, Nov. 8th.
The bicyclist Mr. Mai thy enlivened
the people of Wailuku by a perfor
mance last Saturday iu the skating
rink. A largo audience applauded
the excellent skill, with which he
rides his steel horse. Last night he
gave an exhibition at Puia and had
a vcrj' good house.
The burglar scare from Honolulu
has reached Wailuku. A couple of
weeks ago the Wailuku market
premises were entered and the safe
cleaned out. About $800 iu coin
was taken besides a number of very
valuable papera, the properly of
Mr. Goodness. Attempts have been
made to break into other residences
but without success. Of course the
police is asleep, although suspicion
points strongly in a certain direc
tion. In case of a Chinamau hav
ing opium in possession we always
find the police on the alert, but they
do not feel themselves called upon
to protect the taxpayers' property.
Of course in the opium case the
police gets a share of the fine and of
the opium, while there is nothing
in catching a burglar. A splendid
The 16th. of November will be
celebrated on tho loth by several in
teresting horse races at Kahului.
Honolulu sports had better come
up and give the Maui boys the re
vanche for last meeting.
We regret to learn that Mr. Philip
Moudt, for a number of years pay
master of the Hawaiian Commercial
and Sugar Co., at Spreckelsville,
has resigned his position. Mr.
Moudt will he greatly missed by his
many friends ou this Island aud'also
by the workingmen on Spreckels
ville, for whom he always was ready
with advise and assistance We
hope that when Mr. Moudt departs
from the country at the end of this
month, he will carry with him many
pleasant reminiscences from the
yeai'3 he has spent on Maui, and we
wish him success wherever lie goes.
Mnui, Nov. 4th.
The British ship Gretna, just ar
rived at San Francisco from Lon-
The Undisputed Champion Scientific &
Artistic Cvcllst of tho World.
Hails for California on the Alameda
Nov. IB, 1S90, so that this will positively
be bio lat appearance before the Hono
New featnreH and tricks in fancy rid
ing will be introduced Including Im
personations of Oscar Wilde.
Excursion Train loavos Honolulu at
2:30 P. M.
Ticket for the round trip Including ad
mission to the grounds:
NOW IS THE TIME
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
terms. Tho additional (uu ,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy
ture or 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 " " "
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 Sun, April 4M, 1890.)
Thu LtirgoHt Bii.siiio.sH Ever Triuisatitod by a Life AMmir-
The new busiuess of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of tho present year is reported to exceod Fifit
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of a3sttr
ancefor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
JQyinforumtion cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his office.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
IkST Remember that this Is positively
the iHst performance! 700 tit
Gate City Stone Filter.
New Goods ! New Goods !
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Famous Grand Active & Golden Anvil
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OF A. L.1 4 HIiCKM,
These Filters me easily cleansed,
aud NEVER become CRATKED or
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The Kiltei .Medium is a NATURAL
STONE, mined from the earth. It is
unlike any other stone.
IMPURITIES never PENETRATE
It, but lie on the surface, and Internally
the atone remains as pure and white
London, after a voyage of 26,07C ' after years of use as when taken from
miles, rounded the Horn in a fear
ful icestorm. High cross-seas kept
the ship under water many hours.
Gretna was freighted with 13,752
casks of cement.
Honolulu Athletic Association.
THE meeting of the Honolulu Athle
tic Association is postponed till
FRIDAY, Nov. 7th, on account of the
Sailors' Home fair to be held at the
Aimory on the fifth.
13. J. MCCARTHY,
C91 2v Secictary.
The Gate City Stone Filter is a por
ted success. It is the only real filter I
have ever seen. I would not be without
one for nny consideration. It converts
our lake water Into the best drinking
water In the world.
Henuv M Lyman. M. D ,
M:i West Adams St., Chicago.
Sag" For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opposite Spreekels & Co. 'ft Bank,
(188 lin Fort street, Honolulu.
m If yon want "THE TOWER YOU SO MOT HAVE TO OXJMB AMD
THE WIND-MILL THAT RUNg WHEN ALL OTHERS STAND STDLL
THE EVER LASTINa STEEL AERMOTOR give aa a call or drop a
postal card and wo will send' copiously Illustrated printed matter saowlna;
every phase of wind-mill work and eonatmotlon. Including tho geared
outfit on barn, wbiob doe the work of four horses for the prloe of one.
Forlrrlftion, 8 Compared with 19.
'X:" - ....""s ' M 'Jam
The 8-f t. Aennotor jou sent me lut jeu bu Bin
ood tttuf notion anil hu done more tuin iou clumi
It would da Itttxcbedso-lQ. Ilttpumptolttudcjm
tell rou it lurpriMd ererr one to ko to iuU s rod ruu
so Urge pump Tilth o loan ft stroke (8-ln, ). and do
It so eur. Beitnl gentlemen from Stockton came to
look t mr mill. Theruadseen one there pumping
from a tub and llier did not think It was itrunjr
enough to pump from s deep well, but when thai
aaw mine In a COtc. well the? wcro conrlnced ot IU
power ana very much pleated with It. My Aennotor
would supply 1,000 head ot eatUe with water, but I
do not use it (or atock, but for Intuition. One day I
noticed a 13-tt. wheel, 4 Inch (troke, ataud
Ingitllltor 3 houra when my B-tt. wheel wfthB-lo,
lift pump, 8 Inch atroke, was pumplnu nicely.
a Greater than 14.
ThdB-ft Aennotor li taking water out of s 116-tt
well, ualna Mn- cylinder and UV In. Pipe. It works
liken charm. TholfL Aermotors are taking water,
oueiruul SiUhiLino oiuer.nuu iiwii.v4iuu wki
oneiy t will run in a ngni oreeie ana pum
CoiiHumliitf One-third Less Fuel, either wood or coul, tlum
any other Stove in existance.
g0 No Brick Work About It I g& Just a Clean Out Stove I
Who&e Baking Qualities are Unsurpassed
rJCVin,igriil,i Grates !
g&r KOK SALE BY THE ;
Hawaiian Hardware Co..
Fort atreet, oppo, Spreckela' Bank, Honolulu, H. I.
UNION IRON WORKS CO.,
J. N. K. WILLIAMS,
U. MOHE, : :
Engineers & Iron Founders,
Office & Works,
LA-N UJ'WCT IJit ICItM
ice tanks, (J olcih, ,lolaM4Ui Iiiiikh, .Snar t;:iiH;ii.
when a 14-rL
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staudsldle. A. C.MAS
Tower and IU Aennotor Willi an ordinary Windmill
ami iou will nnrt that II presents but a llibe of the wind
surface to the grasp of the sumiiUiat the other does.
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XVhvrl, It has cold rolled total
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Bam Work, Same 'Wells, 8 Equals IB.
lam entirely satisfied wHu theS-lt. Aennotor, ss
It tadoln the aune work tue lift. Isdulugand
both with same advantages and same depth of wells.
OKWNTA, Cat., Nor. 6, lua. U. 11. llAMalONli,
I nuein water for about 100 head of cauls with my
tVf I. whoel. II runs lighter lhan any lull! 1 ever saw,
Sucjur Mui'liinniy, Irrigating Mncliineiy, Htcain Kngincs,
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