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DAHiJI BULL.lfiTl'.N : tiUJHtl,U.LU, M. I., NOVlEMBEH 8 ibuu.
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SATURDAY, NOV. 8, 1890,
0 &HUMILWAY ALAND C0,7S
To Take KlTeet.OFtobtr Mil. 1HOO.
A.M. l'.M. l'.M.
8)45 l-:45 4:30f
sis-iu 2MU r::ir.t
10:51 it!51 5:451
11:55 4:55 0:5bt
Stmr I A CuihmhiH from Waiinanalo
Stmr Ltliua from Illlo and llaumkua
UerSSAuilgo.TA Union, from Hong
kong en route to,.Sutti Cm., Mex
Htmr Walnlonle for nnnmino at 8 a m
Uk (J D Hiyiiut, .lauobscn, for San
U S'H Iroquois for Samoa
VESSEIS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Htmr .1 Cummins for Waluiaiialo at.
11 a m
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr .1 A Cummins 1200 bags sugar.
T PAS8ENGERS. i r
For San Francisco,, pur bk O D ISryatn,
Nov 8 V W Howe and 3 stuc-rage.
rhe tug Kleu 'was lowered rrom the
Marluo Hallway to-day ami the Hchr
Kulumnnu was hauled up- for eleanlng.
HI.IMH Tsuknba took In coal the
last two days from the schooner Kiuili
iua. "' ,
LOCAL & GENtRAL NEWS.
Go to Pearl City and see the cyclist
nines this afternoon.
FinsT-OLAas dress makers are want
ed,' See advertisement. -
Kkuui.ar sarvice at,Central Union
.Church to-morrow -morning' nt 11
There will be" a union service at
Kawaiahao Church to-morrow at half
past seven o'clock.
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' There will be a praise service at
the Y. M. C..A. Hull to-morrow even
ing at half past six o'clock.
1M.- ' --',. '
1 !' Football at Makiki this afternoon
nt 1 o'clock. The Charleston and
Hawaiian hands will be in attend
ance. The Bulletin hns more than
double the bona fide circulation, of
any-English daily newspaper printed
in tlie.Huwaiian Islands.
Within the next few weeks new
departments and attractions will be
added to . the Bulletin which will
largely increase both its popularity
and its circulation.
The employees of the Honolulu
Iron Works have accepted the chal
lenge of the employees of the Union
Iron Works to play a game of base
ball on Saturday, November 15th, in
honor 'of His Majesty's birthday.
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Mr. H. F. Wichman has taken .out
a copyright on a design for a spoon
to be, manufactured from Hawaiian
coins. The new spoon will be an
original and handsome article, and
just the thing for Christmas presents.
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An adjourned annual meeting of
the .Hawaiian ltifle Association, will
be held at the Hawaiian Hotel this
evening at half-past seven o'clock.
As the election of officers and other
important business will come before
the meeting, every member is re
quested to attend.
"Since the new Central Market on
Nuuanu street, next to Love's
" Bakery, lias opened, it lias distanced
'all competitors in the superior quality
of the fresn and prepared meats and
sausages. The now firm are daily
adding to their facilities and hence
to tho variety and quantity of their
stock. Messrs. Westbrook and Tay
lor guarantee good weight and make
it, a point to deliver all meats before
breakfast time. For new delicacies',
etc., etc., see advertisement,- wliich
will appear in Bulletin next Mon
day. ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Twenty-third Sunday after Trin
ity. Cathedral services:
Holy Communion (Hawaiiun) at
ft :M) a. in.
Litany, J:.'I0 a. in.
--" Morning prayer anil sonnoii, 10
.; Hawaiian Kvensong ami Sermon,
a-.uo p, id,
KvonliiK prayer mid Sermon, (i
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL,
Tliu HurvlMJ of the Riii'oiiil Con
riKtUoii of HI, Amlruw'H C-'wIiPiliiil
on Ktiiifjuy, Nnvt'inlier lull, w lm
u liillmvsi 1 1 1 1 A u, id , iiioiiilmr
nrnViTi wild MTinnii, 'IV Dmim itml
'I. .1.11.. I.. H'.ui.j ll. If
If IIUIIHII'I I lull" III
iidUi mill ti,M hiilllviiii, hyimiM Villi,
HO 7 1
n. lib i I'vi'iiH'iiiKi wiin
Ailllmiiii "Tliu mm nIiuII
.-I ll ll'iiailuiiril. Iii'iiiiim
HII'I ll uuni'iiiin . luniiiu
liiv. hm. 6lwill)liiJii
Hri bii'luiil in Uuwb w'
Saturday, Nov. 8.
House had :i quorum at
REPORTS ok committees.
Noble Maufailane presented tho
report of the select committee on
the lease of harbor property to the
Uahu Railway autl Laud Company.
On the strength of expert testimony
they .condemn the granting of the
lease by the late Government. The
surrender of revenue-producing pro
perty and the damage to the harbor
from the improvements of the com
pany are cited, and the committee
have come to the conclusion of the
great importance of Immediately
stopping all infllllngs by the O. R.
& h. Co. on the leased premises and
of the necessity of the Minister of
Interior immediately proceeding to
the cancellation of the lease for the
following specific reasons among
1. Under no consideration should
the Government give up the rights
and privileges in, or the immediate
control over, any' part or portion of
the deep, water front in ihe harbor,
and yield gratuitously large reve
nues to bo derived by the, Govern
ment therefrom. ',
2. The jaw under which tliu lease
was made, does not contemplate tlie
relinquishment of valuable terminal
franchises of Government property to
railways, which will not only cutoff
fuluro revenues but embarrass our
absolute necessities in harbor im
provements. 3. The obstructions wliich will
necessarily lie built, up in the harbor
under the terms of' thia lease, must
be avoided in the public interest.
4. The lease will cause heavy ex
penditure in the Customs depart
ment and will render more dilltcult
and much more expensive the con
trol of, and means to prevent smug
gling, as the testimony taken clearly
and amply shows.
5. The (lease will practically pre
vent the construction of Government
wharves on the west side of Hono
lulu Harbor, wliich is the only avail
able and convenient place for such
C. The rent provided for in the
lease is entirely inadequate.
Your Committee, therefore, beg
to recommend to this, Legislature
that the Cabinet be directed to take
steps to cancel the lease on the best
possible terms and conditions, which
can now be made in the interest of
this Government, by immediately
giving notice as by the terms of
said lease provided.
In conclusion your committee
wish to again state that the above
report is based entirely upon com
petent and reliable expert evidence
given by disinterested parties, well
known in the community ; and that
our conclusions,' have only, been
reached after very careful consider
ation of all the facts in the case
made by all the members of your
H. A. AVlDEMANN,
E. C. Mackaklane,
H. V. Baldwin,
Rep. Brown said no' doubt the
conclusions of the committee were
correct, but the Government was in
an unfortunate position. The Ap-
propriation Bill having become law
the Cabinet has no money to pay for
Noble "Widemanh said they could
pass a new Appropiiation Bill
double the other one.
Rep. Brown, continuing, said the
Bishop. Estate had a Royal Patent
on the property and in fact the whole
Noble Widemann held that they
could make a new Appropriation
Bill. This matter had nothing to
do with the Bishop Estate, whose
claim had been asleep certainly for
over twenty years. The claim at all
events only covered a small portion
of the harbor. Mr. Bhhop hud
never see fit to make a claim, and
what he did not see lit in, claim was
not worth anything.
Noble Muller said the committee
did not go into the legal phase of
the question, as the House had re
fused to pay for legal advice to
them, and they did not care to con
sult tho Attorney-General because
he might have to take the matter up
later. The lease said "hat piece of
land covered by water," and he did
not think any part of the hurbor
could be called laud any more than
the Molokai channel.
Noble Ilaldwiu thought there
would be no trouble, as tin- company
was willing to give up the properly.
Noble WiiliMiiunii held that the
MiiiUler of the Iuteiior had power,
without a law being enacted, to
terminate the lease,
Noble Mucfailune thoiiuht Hint
whatever method wad to he adopled,
the House should take steps to have
tho required notice given, lie dil
not tlinl( It was necessary to take
i'Xlritine iiimiNiirus, although lie he
lluvml lilt) company hud Inrfellcil tn
lease, lieuuumt tliu Iciibu iviiiilreil a
monthly wluteinent of luiiiovi"
Nnlilu I'IiIIIIii iiiiilurtdnnil llml
onu of I tin uliliil uriiilinla ill "Oiii
pluliil win lliu iIhiiiuku iIdiim In til"
Iimlinr, ilH'rufuri' wwilwl l Immv
Iiihv iliiw wiih lo Hi) ri'ini'illDil Iiy Him
Oinwiiinujii Milium ,,'"i' Hip im
limit. U'liiilit llui I liivni iiiniilil iliia
iri.lJ I ll uuhi IIJI- iiniriiiinriit.il-
jui.tuit jttljArf r .. .
m mmm. w. wtu m
iwmwii im ma urn pt
away the only site for a wharf on
the west side of the harbor.
Noble J. M. Horner said thoy had
here nn Important report and the
whole matter had belter be turned
over lo the Cabinet.
The report was adopted.
Noble Phillips presented a resolu
tion that tho claim of Skinner & Co.
on account, of Portuguese immi
grants by the Thomtts Bell be taken
from the table and givpn to a .select
Rep. Brown did not believe in
turning the Legislature Into a court
of taw. The firm had not exhausted
Its legal recourse.
Minister Peterson said several
matters hnd been considered by Ihe
House, which hod not exhausted the
remedies of tho courts. A commit
tco shpuld be able to deal with the
case in question as well as a jury.
The' resolution passed, and the
President referred the claim to
Messrs. Phillips, Hind, Hookano, G.
N. Wilcox and McCarthy.
Noble J. M. Horner presented a
resolution, that it is hereby declar
ed that when the item for carrying
freight, mail, etc., from Hawaii to
California (Lalo), 015,000, was
passed by the House It was under
stood, both by those who voted for
and those who voted against tho
item, that such item applied and
was intended to apply to San Diego
in Southern California and not to
any portion of Lower California or
any place in the Rcpublio of Mex
ico. He moved that the resolution
do pass, also moved the previous
i Noble Macfarlano thought, that, in
all decency, when Hie lion. Noblo
tried to spring a question like this
on the House, he should not add to
his offense an attempt to shut off
Noblo Marsden held that the pre
vious question was out of order, as
a member could not make two mo
tions at once.
Noble Macfarlane said that was all
right; he just wanted to character
ize the conduct of the lion. Noble.
L An agent of that company had been
lobbying there the last three clays.
Noble Phillips That's so.
The President ruled that a mem
ber could move the previous ques
tion with a resolution, but the House
did not need to pass it.
Rep. Lucas objected to railroad
ing a thing through in the way at
tempted. The previous question lost.
Rep. Lucas moved that the reso
lution be indefinitely postponed.
The Union Iron Works of Hono
lulu signed a contract to-day, to
make a complete. diffusion plant for
theEwa Plantation Company. Ev
erything will be made at the works,
and the price is S203.000. This is
probably the largest contract ever
made for mechanical work in the
. H -
men, women and children
wanted to buv the Excellent
Mince A'les, ureain uakes and dozens
of other Fancy Pastries made fresh
to-day at the Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
In Pints & Quarts;
JR, MINES W M NTE,
l"ort fc Uhurry,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
FOR SALE BY-
H. W. SCII3IIDT & SONS.
Certificate, of Registration of
Dei-autaient'ok the Int won. )
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islauds. f
NOW all men bf these presents
that In accordance with ihu nro-
vlhions of rtectiou 2, Chapter 3, of the
Sessions Laws of 1HU8, ll. F. WICI1
M.N h;is llk-d In lie olllco of the Min
ister of the Interior an application for
a CVrtitlcato of Copyright ior a model
and design Intended to be a work of the
Hue Arts and consisting of the sliapiug
of a Hawaiian Colo into the bowl of a
spoon and aitachlnga handle theieto so
that the Coin so shaped in combination
with the handle ho attached can be usitd
as a spoon, which Mild application is
accompanied by the oath of the said
applicant that lie Is the Original and
tlrst Author of said Model and Design.
NnJV, therefore, tills terllflcato Is to
grant unto the said II F. Wluhinau, his
heirs or assigns for the term ol twenty
years from from thn 5tli day of Novem
ber. 18!H), the exclusive right to print,
puhlUli, use and vend Hut -aid .Model
and Design throughout ihe, Hawaiian
In witness whereof I have caused
this i mtlllcate to lm lsxiied at
Honolulu, this 5th diiv ot Xo
fsioAi, veinbur, A, 1), IH'.IU, and I he
,Seu of the Department of ihu
Interior to he heieto ullUed,
C.N. -PEN Kit,
Minister of tho Interim'.
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lullll'lll'll ('Oilli'lllllIKH Itllll Bi'l
vtun' roiiiiis, Iiiiki .tiililc iMi'., mi Nnii'
mm Avi'iini', ui'iir Hi'luml Mifii. I,iiiu
vin il with dull irm'nitiMli'liiih'i'iliiwiu'N,
lli'in lumoiiiiiiin, a in)! v in
inn H Miih r. ,roN(l,
IIHHIl'M III llll llln'MI' lllllllilll lilt
'ililiiiillliii', uliji Iiii'mIIi'i'I
iimii! tins, mn llnuni liuiui't
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my uwr ujjjiUiaiiJJJjjuiiisu w umi
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LECTURE OB ' MOZART,
By P. M. English, B. A., (Oxon),
At Y. M. O. A. Hall,
TuHlny, Wov. 11,
Illustrated by Selections from the Com
poser's Works, by Home, Talent.
" Our Ascot Party,"
By Mr. F. M. English.
t& Admission, 50 cents. 701 at
Fort Street House,
14. l.'ort troet.
Is the family hotel of Honolulu. All
the comforts of home.
Booms with or without Board.
Board, per week, according to rooms
910 to 813
Transient, per day 82. 00
Single Meals v .CO Cents
Ilooma LarRp. Light nnrt Airy. Hot
nnrt Cold II nth it.
II. II. IlKUHY,
704 Vin Proprietor.
Hotel HI., t Honolulu
.1. H. FISHElt, Prop.
Board ami Lodging, per week, (ac
cording to location of rooms,,.
810 00 to 912 00
Transient, per day 2 00
Table Board, per week 7 00
Single Meals 50
Rir Visitors will (hid this one of the
most comfortable and convenient houses
jn the city, the rooms being largo, light
and airy. Hot and cold water baths.
3T GIVEN OUT
Monday alternoon, November 3rd, the
following .drew their watches :
- Cluh 1 -Member No. 50.
Cluu 2 Membtir No. 22.
Cluu 8 Member No. 18.
Club 4 Member No. 00.
Cmn 5 Member No. 4-1.
Ha?" Remember we
Solid 14 Karat Gold
are giving you a
usse Willi line
full Jeweled Walthain
our clubs (or
$1.00 Per Week.
H. F. WifWatcli CI.
All orders for cartage promptly attended
to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
Office: Next door
to .las. F.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual 19-aTELEPH0NEStar Bell 414
POSTAL Saving Bank Passbook No.
1729, Finder will please roturu
the same to General Post Ollloc ; pay
ment having been stopped. 702 3t
eo If you want "THE TOWER YOU DO WOT HAVE TO CLIMB AND
THE WDfMIIEL THAT RUNS WHEN ALL OTHERS STAND STILL
THE EVER LASTING STEEL AERMOTOR -giv a oall or drop a
postal card and tre xrfU Mad ooplously illustrated printed matter ahowtuK
every phase of wind-mill work and construction, inolodlae the geared
ontiit on barn,, wkioh does tho work el four horses for the prloe of one
As an AoU'Wlnd Catcher, compare this TllUn
Tower and 1U Aermotor with an ordinary Windmill
and rou will and that It presenu but a tluw ot the wind
surface to tho iratp of tho storm that the other doe.
AsraufKteel. The AKRHOTOKUa
'heel. It has cold rulled fiteef fulls
lluuils, Hteel Arms and s HalUable
b. Kim the Dolls us cold Dressed and
la ......k.AM . ..II. Ua m u.1.. ..... .. a a
w PW.wr ijuaiiif. n. w. nmuw. ww um d-,..
Aermotor, suaraiiieeins w ua inumwiwa
Aermotor. suarmUwiug to do inure work Utan an
t,woo&suluiel uiads,and the N II. pumping and
iiirii Asrmoiors guarauteeliuj Uiuw to tta mors
fcurk lhau anr it-tl. wuudnu liael tuads, Isavlng tus
niivrliUMP la u luilvft. aiul h&t ktiu Iikil.kri4.laii
iU IUS4. f W'II.P1..H .IW.I Pri .-,N U
urcbawr to V ludK. aud lists kVM liadorraslou
kftH'iL1 " m mm tWW
buusn lltss and ilouUst lbs lit ol f M Um
, The AKnMOTon Co,,
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE OQVf
hii I fiiwi'i, uinu H i m ! I'll' miL. 11'iwJubJ. Ui b
Positively the Last
Bicycle Bntertainment !
Saturday, Nov. 8th.
The Undisputed Champion Scientific &
Artistic Cvellst of the World.
Sails for California on the Alameda
Nov. 15, 1800, so that this will positively
be his last appearance before the Hono
lulu public. '
New features and tricks In fancy rid
ing will bu Introduced Including Im
personations of Oscar Wlldo.
Excursion Train leavos Honolulu at
2:30 P. M.
Tickets for the round trip including ad
mission to the grnuuds:
tr Remember that this Is 'positively
the last performance! 700 lit
These Filters are easily cleansed,
aud NEVER become OKACKED or
GRAZED by change of temperature of
The Filter Medium Is a NATURAL
STONE, mined from the earth. It is
unlike any other stone.
It Does Not Absorb
Become Foul I
IMPURITIES never PENETRATE
It, but lie oil the surface, and internally
the stone remains as pure and white
after years of uso as when taken from
The Gate City Stone Filter jls a per
fect success. It Is the only real filter I
have ever seen. T would not be without
one for any consideration. It converts
our lake water into the best drinking
water in the world.
Henky M. Lyman. M. 1).,
633 West Adams St., Chicago.
For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opposite Sprcckels & Co.'s Bank,
C88 lm Fort street, Honolulu.
For Irrigation, 8 Compared with 18.
Tb &f t. Aermotor jou sent ms tut jer au ;
sood uUslK&oa and Lu dona more Ihxn rou eli
ibmnuauu a ftuacneu o-w. ujfc juajponanaCAn
UU rou it tarprUed ererj one to im eo un&U s rod run
oUmspuinpwlUiiolonssUroke(8-ln,), and do
Itueasj. Bereral sentlemen trom Stockton came to
lookatmrmllL They bad aeen one tbora DiimDlni:
from tub and tner did not think it u strong
enouchto pump from a deep well, but when thet
aawmlnelnaatt well tne were conrlneed ot Its
ESJJ nd 1!w?S.uJn Pj"eO wltn It. Mr Aermotor
wouldiUBply Xooo bead oj catUe with water, but I
do not ou It for tock, but for IrrleaUon. One dar 1
?oUPS?.?1IH. " ' wheel, 4-Inch stroke, ttaud
n suit for S boura when mj 8-fU wheel with Mn.
Uft pump, 8-Inch stroke, was pumplnir olcelr.
S Greater than 14.
TheHft Aermotor Is taklnp water out ot a lltt-ft
well, using B-ln-ciUnder and Hr In. pipe. It works
like a charm. The U-f L Aermotors are taklnitwater,
one from a 210-ft the other from a lie-tt-veU and work
oneir I win run in a iisni ureete ana pump water
studi Idle, A.
. U, JUAIHi
Same TVork, Satpp Wells, B ICqusis in.
lamentlnlr satisfied with the 8- ft. Aermotor,
both with same advantages aud same depth of wells.
OmONTA, Cal., Nov, o, IHU, U. IL UAMMONa
I pomp water for about ino head ot cattle with mr
B-ft. wheel. It runs lighter than anr mill I ersr saw,
rsfulates well and gltcs no isrk to the pump.
Thigh, Cal,, reh, It, W) S. U, UTTLK,
Less Wind, More Water,
WIIW lbs Armotor
the Aermotor lints ll aUolutnlr polsrslng vt
op. lliUMWUIiimirh Isss wlm) than Uill.
rfUlin' makes, an4 lisuos will wuup th
II tHUUU ihuft
- - I ' '
Nupie lliiiiisHiiiKUrileR. .
Uf AsrutUor iuuiiIIm vsur lor the Imum and
u4o, iirMuaiUail illl, ruiii SiUerfiT lffll
NOW IS THE TIME !
Society of the
Are now selling .their Bonds, and upon
mru oi insurance goes with every JUonu.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by
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 equitablo, its payments prompt and certain, and its
From the iVew York Sun, April ith, 1890.)
The Lurgost Business Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
The now business of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society of Now
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fifty
Million Dollaus. This is at the. rate of two hundred millions oftmur
ancefor the pear nnd is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance..
-Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write io or call
upon the undersignod at his office.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
Genural Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
E G A 3NT Sc mJK W
NO. 77 FORT STREET.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN EXTRA NEW STOOK OF
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hals, Caps, Trunks, &c.
ALSO, A FINE LINE OF
Exercising ShirtS & Tl.htS, i" Black and Fast. Colors."
g&F" Members of the Athletie .
thoy liuve but a few on hand.
" Dlnsssud HI'K," INom.
"Jt;.'?. j i
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
' Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER -HOSEi
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBIN0, TIE; COPPER- AND
"93 Sheet Iroii Work.
New Goods !
" PENNSYLVANIA" & NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS,
1IAV1LANI) CHINA, SILVER PI.ATEDWARE.
VJWt. -. Fl!JCBJEHS-
FimiouB (iniml Active & Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
015' ALIi WIS51i,
tiny ollior iSIivo in oxlHlaiwo,
gJT Nn Hiii'k Wink AImhiI ll lT Ju-I u fhun Out Hlnvn I
Whoio Bi.kingQuulJtlo8ro Unsurpassed
rJsVhsnu'iilir Mi'fiMlN )
tr I'll II HA lil. II V Till.
The additional fea
Club dosiiitiK suitH should call early, as
At T liisif? Hlreet,
New Goods !
l IH'l, clllltT UMHl UMtO!ll,(lU