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THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1892.
Stinr O R Bishop from Walanao and
Stun Jus Makcc from Karaa
Haw baik Foohmr -Sucy, Mnhauy, for
Am 4-instd schr Carrier Dove, Braudt,
lor Port Townsend
Stmr Pete for Makawoll at 12 noon
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Htnir Jus Makee 2500 bags supar, 105
bags lieu and H5 pl.gs smithies.
From Kap-ia, per stmr Jas Makcc,
June I) Wm liable, St King, I Ohina
lnuu and C deck.
Thd bark Albert lias received au over
hauling on the Marine Railway, conse
quently rattling passages will bo expect
ed of her
'.Two rooms arc to lot at No. 4, Qar
O. J. McCauthy has lots on Lilihu
t street for uale. 3-tf
Ater bhaving use Uucuinber Skin
'Ionic. Bem-on, Smith it Co., Agents.
SuNnoRJ relieved at once by Cu
..cumbor Tunic. Boiimm, Smith & Co.,
.A gouts. 1-tf
The Brunswick billiaid parlors arc
(.the niobt elegant pleasuie resort in
.Honolulu. . G-tf
Desiiiahle residences arc to lot, a
t cottage on Emma street and one on
"Wheuh shall I t.eo you this even
ting?" "Oh, same old place, the
;Brunswick." . (i-tf
'Tifu leading grocery firms announce
jtlint they, wiircloso thu'ir stores ut 10
' Several lots Of ropo will bo sold by
order of the underwriters by Jas. F.
Morgan at 12 noon to-morrow.
Demciouk coiiee and chocolate will
be nerved oveiy morning o.nly at the
Palace Jce Cieam Parlors, Ludwigsen,
& Oion, Hotel street. 1-tf
Any person legally interested in the
estate of Thomas Thomas, a Hawai
ian seaman who died in New York,
can obtain information from the For
An administrator's sale of valuable
-leal estate on the west aide of Km ma
street, to bo conducted by Jus. F. Mor
gan on June 18tli, is particularized in
.an advcrtibcment to-day.
Dressmaking, Cutting and Fitting
.done ut -ladies' houses. Perfect tit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Boro-
tania street, or Mutual telephone G9G,
.beforo 8 a. m. or 5:30 p, m. 8-3m
H. Hackfeld & Co. issue a new
timo table to-day, of the Bteamers of
the Pacific Mail and Occidental & Or
iental lines, calling here on tho way
between California and tho Orient.
Miss Maky Ly us, lately book-keoper
with Egan & Gunn, is prepared to do
stenographing aitd type-writing at
imoderatc rates. Graduate of Hcald's
jBusiness College, San Francisco.
Ollice with O. J. McCai thy, 35 Mer
chant street. 2-1 m
KAWAIAHAQ SEMINARY CONCERT.
The following interesting program
will bo presented by tho Kawaiahao
Seminary this oveniug at tho Kawai
ahao Church. A fee -of twenty-flvo
cents will be charged for admission :
Festival March ..Moyer
Royal Hawaiian Band,
Two Part Chorus A Welcome
Biblu liccilation 21th Psalm
Piano Duet Victoria Nocturne.
, Brinloy Richards
Lujy Leleo and Lucy Aukai.
Composition How to Make
Fan Drill Primary Department
-Chorus Pauahi a ka Lani
Her Majesty Liliuokalani
Can Biids Talk?, Primary Department
Composition Alexander the
Great , . . . .Louiso Kahili
Trio Protect Us Through tho
Composition Houso Keeping, ,
, Lydia Makaimoku
Tiauo Duet Boveil tlu Lion, . . .
Margaret Powers and Louino Alapai,
JJeeitation Tho Wind and tho
Moon...,,,.. Georgo McDonald
Cantata Secondary Department
Louisa P. Hopkins,
Chorus Song of tho Hop Pickers
' Momory abstracts.'
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
E. HaUT has been appointed clerk
lo tho Bond Board vice Henry V. Poor,
The Catholic- Benevolent Society
will moot at tho Convent, 3 o'clock
The Kaiulani boat club will moot
this evening at Honuakahii for the
election of odicors.
The decision in tho ticason cases
by Judge Dole will bo rondered to
morrow at 10 o'clock.
A bki.kct Bocial dance will bo givon
by MibH N. von Geriuhlon, at the Arion
Hull, next Wednesday evening, J.uno
The monthly meeting of tho Board
of Representatives of tho Honolulu
Fire Department will take placo this
Any one having clean rags fit for
bandages for the lepers on Molokai
will have the thanks of tho Board of
Health by leaving somo at itB office
The Healani boat club will convono
in the hall of Engine Co. No. 1 at
7 :30 o'clock this evening. Tho elec
tion of u captain will be considered.
The native pmtois in town at the
annual coulereucc of the Hawaiian
Evangelical Association, attended tho
noonday session of the Salvation At my
A rosTEit advertising the departure
of the steamer KiUuca for ililo, Ulu
palakua, Kalopolepo and other portH
on June 10, 1801, appears on tho
bulletin board of the W. 8. S. Co.
Nos. 1 and 2, Papers of tlie Hawai
ian Historical Society, have been re
ceived in pamphlet form. They are
tho papers read respectively by Prof.
Alexander and Mr. J. S. Emerson.
AnouT three hundred tons of Hint
stone were discharged from tho Brit
ish ship Benmore to-day. Tho stone
will bo stored near the market build
ing, for future uso on tho Government
Two rosy-looking apples have been
placed on exhibition in a window of
tho Hawaiian News Co. They were
grown at Lunulilo Home, and if they
taste as well aa they look they must
Mn. F. J. Testa, sergeant-at-arms,
has temporarily assumed the duties of
interpreter to the Legislature during
the absence of Mr. W. L. Wilcox. Mr.
J. Prendergast acts as sergeant-at-arms
for the lime being.
Mn. C. J. Lyons, chief of tho meteo
rological sorvicc, has identified tho
comet lately scon hero as that discov
ered by Dr. Swift in March. Ho
thinks it is now fading away in a.
northerly direction. It is south of
The trial of the eight Chinese and
two natives who wore arrested yester
day for playing cho fa has been set
for Monday next, and the bail fixed at
$500. Somo of tho Chinese have
secured bonds, while tho natives are
measuring Police Station cells.
A petition is in circulation praying
the Legislature to mako no reduction
in tho duty on rice. Mr. A. M.
Hewett becured over 60 signatures
of business men to tho petition this
forenoon. There is one copy lying at
the Hawaiian News Co.'s store for
t-ignature, and 40 copies arc in circu
lation. The annual exam 'nation of the stu
dents of the North Pacific Missionary
Institute will take placo to-morrow
morning in the recitation hall of tho
Institute, from 9 to J2 o'clock. All
interested are invited to attend, and
will notice tho change of place from
Kawaiahao Church to 5G Punchbowl
Thirty St. Louis Collego boys will
take their first communion at 7
o'clock mass to-morrow morning in the
Koman Catholic Cathedral. All the
parents are requested to attend tho
ceremony. At 3 p. m. tho impressive
ceremony of renovation ot tho bap
tismal vow by tho boyas will take
place, when parents are again, desired
to afford their presence.
There waB a rough and tumble
tight on tho city front yesterday in
which tho following persons took ac
tivo part: F, Freitas, J. Lus, J. Arego
and Ohas. Cross. A charge of affray
was proven against them in tho Polico
Court this morning and each had to
pony up $5. Being dock laborers they
deeply regrot tho affair, as tho line
amounts to two days' hard earnings.
The cups and other prizes for the
Hawaiian Jockey Club's meeting on
tho llth mako an imposing exhibition
in tho Pacific Hardware Co.'s storo
window. A bicycle race is something
now on "Derby Day," and tho gold
and silver medals therefor aro worthy
of tho occasion. They have been
rnado by Wennor it Co. and are
beautiful objeclB. Tho gold one is
coinshup'Hl, the silver one in shield
form, and both depend from a clasp.
Such handbomo trophies will incite
desperate exertions to win by tho
A diver from tho Marino Railway
has recovored two iron bars belong
ing to the W. H. Dimond off the
Oceanic dock, One is a Norman
bolt used in connection with the wind
lass, which waa got close to the piles
of tho wharf. The other is a com
mon crowbar, picked up 50 feet
away opposite There waa a piece
of cloth around the Norman bolt,
which is believed to be the weapon
with which the Chinaman waa mur
dered, whose body was discovered
in tho water the morning of
April 17. Detective Locklmrt wrote
to the Marshal after arresting Jlliuois
Wise, the colored cook of the W. II.
Dimond, in San Francisco, telling
him about a bar of iron which a sailor
said waa thrown overboard by Wise
at tho spot mentioned,
THE BULLETIN' Is tho Icadlug
dally paper of the Kingdom, 60
couts per mouth.
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Thursday, June 9.
MurnliiK HChhIoii. ,
House convened at 10 o'clock.
Minutes of previous meeting weie
read and approved.
The following petition wns present
By Rep. Kaunnmano, from the dta
tricl of Honolulu containing 29 sig
natures that the sum of S8000 bo
appropriated for tho opening of a
road from School street (Waikalia
lulu Bridge) mauka to Kuakiul street
(near Chief Justice Judd's residence.)
Referred to Public Lauds.
Noble Williams, from Piinting
Committee, reported as printed and
readv for distribution Bills Nos. 15
to 20 inclusive.
Noble Berger offered a resolution
that tho Finance Committees be
authorized to pay all certified and
audited bills for the translating,
proof-reading and printing of Depart
mental reports. Afler brief argu
ments against by Rep. ABhford and
Kamauoha, and in favor by Rep.
Smith and Noble Macfarlauc, the
resolution was adopted.
Under suspension of the rules,
Noble Thurston presented from Fred.
W. Turrill, a petition showing' that
ho was instrumental in the making
of scizuicsof opium which had been
turned over to the Government and
that he had not received his share of
reward from said seizures. Referred
to the Opium Committee.
Rep. White read for the first time
a bill to amend Section 388 of the
Civil Code relating to fisheries.
Rep. losepa offered a resolution
that the sum of $800 be appropriated
for the purpose of erecting a court
house and lockup at Ilonouolu, Maui.
The introducer moved that the reso
lution be laid on the table to be con
sidered with the Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Smith amended to refer to
Committee on Public Lands.
Quite a lengthy discussion was in
dulged in. Rep. Smith, Noble Thurs
ton, Noble Baldwin in favor of amend
ment to refer. Reps. Nawahi, Kapa
hu and White sustaining motion to
lay on tabjo. The previous question
was moved before the debate ended
and the motion to refer to the com
mittee was carried.
Rep. Kausauoba pffered a resolu
tion that $5 bo appropriated for pay
ment to one Joseph Kaau of North
Kohala, Hawaii, for double taxes
paid. Referred o Fjnancp Commit
tee. Rep. Whtp pffere a resolution
that $1,500 je apprqprjafed. for a
road from Lahaina to Iiaiiaau, Maui.
Ho m'oyed that the resolution bo re
ferred to a Select Committee. After
some debate the motion was passed
and the President named Rep. Wai
puilaui, Nobles Anderson, Hind and
Kauhi and Rep. A. S. Wilcox as such
Noble Marsdcn gave notice of bill
to license the sale of beer and light
wines in districts outside of Honolu
lu. Noble J. M. Horner gave notice of
a bill to provide by taxation a fund
for the maintenance of the fire de
partments of the Kingdom.
Noble Horner read for tho first
time a bill entitled the Hawaiian
Bank Act, intended to change and
rc-orgauize the Hawaiian Postal Sav
Minister Spencer presented the
following answers to Rep. Kamauoha
in re the dredger, as follows:
1st. There has been a contract
made by the Government with re
sponsible parties, viz.: the Risdon
Iron Works of San Francisco, they
being the lowest bidder, for dredging
the Honolulu harbor bar. They to.
use the hydraulic dredger lately
2nd. There has not been any
money paid as yet for the work done
by the dredger on the Honolulu har
3rd. The Government proposes to
finally purchase the dredger, provided
that it shall be shown by the con
tractor lo be able to perform the work
for which it was designed.
The contract calls for the sum of
$05,000, payments to be made as the
work of construction progresxed.
Twenty-five per cent of the amount
withheld until contractor shall have
demonstrated tho ability of the
dredge to comply with the terms of
contract. Contractor to operate the
dredge not less than 30 days as a test
of its perfect working before accept
ance of the plaut by the Govern
ment. Bond for $25,000 given Gov
ernment for faithful performance of
contract for dredge. On this con
tract, payments to the amount of
$48,750 have been made.
The contract for dredging the bar
is a separate contract, dependent
upon the successful working of the
The contractor is to dredgo the
bar to the full depth of 80 feet,
within G months for tho sum of
$49,000, and for the faithful perform
ance of this work, and the care and
safe return of the dredger, the con
tractor is under bonds iu the sum of
Rep. Kamauoha offered a resolu
tion that $1000 be appropriated for
tho purpose of assisting the "Girls
School at North Kohala, Hawaii."
Referred to Committee on Educa
tion, Rep. Kapahu read for first time a
bill to issue a Royal Patent for cer
tain laud at Waimea, Hawaii.
Minister L'aiker read answers to
questions propounded by Rep. Ka
nealii, relative to the monthly sala
a riesfpaid the bandmaster and in em.
bers of the band, and showed that
the bandmaster got $800 per mouth,
,,vi. toySttxr .' -!lh Vi&
tho first tmythctil being niado NoV
30, 1890. There are also one baud
man at SG5, threes at $55 (each), two
at $50, four at $15, two at $12.50,
eight at $10, eleven at $35 and thrco
at $30, a total of 81090 per month.
Minister Parker also presented an
swers lo questions by the 9.11110 mo tu
ber and relative to tho monthly sala
ries ot officers and men of the
Queen's Guard, to tho effect thai
there n. is one captain al $150, one
first lieutenant, at $100, one second
lieutenant at $90. There were two
sergeants at $30 each, four sergeants
at S20 each, one acting scrg-ant nt
$17, four corporals at $17 and one
acting corporal at $15. The pay of
privates ranged from $15 lo $12 50
per month.. There was a total of 72
men enlisted and the total monthly
disbursement was SIGG7.50.
Noble Neumann read for tho first
time a bill to amend Section 1037
Civil Code relating lo limitations of
Rep. Waipullanl read for the first
time a bill to levy duty on live hogs
imported from foreign countries.
Noble PUn gave notice of a bill to
amend the law relating lo fishing
with giant powder. Also of a bill lo
create permanent settlement of $400
per antiuui tn one Kala Knulua.
Rep. Aki read for the first time a
bill to repeal Chapter 57 of the Civil
Code relating to the "Act lo Miti
gate." Rep White read for the first time
a bill to license the gambling games
known as "cho fa" and "paka pio."
At 1 1 :45 Noble Mursden moved
the order of the day and the second
reading of bill No. 14, To Establish
a Bureau of Agriculture and For
estry, was taken from the table.
Pending discussion on reference of
the bill the House at 12;03 look re
cess until T:30.
Mr. J. P. Blaize, an extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that stale during a
recent blizzard, says the Saturday
lleview. Mr. Blaizo had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was. so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour after his return he
waa threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaize
sent to the nearest diug store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which he had often
heard, and took a number of largo
doses. Ho1 says the effect was won
derful and that in a short lime he
was brpathjng quite easjly. lie kept
on taking the medicine nnd the next
day was able lo come to Des Moines.
Mr. Blaize regards his cure as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent hollies for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
$; Co., Agents.
KOOMS TO L.ET.
FRONT Room and a.
Middle Room, at No.
4 Garden Lane." 44'J lw
rpwO Nicely Furnished
X Ilooms centrally located.
Enquire Bulletin Ollice.
A MAN who uudeistauds farming
and tn king care of stock; must be
sober and thoroughly posted in Ids work
and have good references; none hut a
competent iiuiii need apply. Address
"P. O. Box L,' Honolulu. 442 lm
WE tho undersigned beg to inform
our friends that we will cloe
tit 10 o'clock on SATURDAY, June
H. MAY & CO.,
H. E. MoINTYKE A BRO.,
HENRY DAVIS &. CO.,
LEWIS & CO.,
COTTAGE or. Emma street, lately oc
cupied by Mr. .McCarthy. Keiil.$30
per mouth auiT water rate.
COTTAGE on King street, Kowulo,
lately occupied by Mr. Claience
Crabbe. Rent $20 per month and
water rate. 443 lm
The Chinese Library & Read
ing Room Association
ASSISTEIl JJV THE
HAWAIIAN CAMERA CLUB
WILL OIVE A -
LANTERN SLIDE EXHIBITION
On Thursday Evening, June Dili.
Doors open G:30Ya 9Commencing 7:30
Admission 50o.; Children 25o.
tr Tickets for sale at Benson. Smith
& Co s and llolllster & Co.'s Di ugntoi es.
FOR SALE I
A SPRINGFIELD ao-Llght Gas Ma
chine in complete woi king order
and guaranteed. Will be sold upon
fti vol able terms to the pincliaser. Also
u few llaudsomu Fixtures. Apply to
3P0 U Ring street;
M. 1 "
I5x ' Iloninoie."
Thu Pacific IIarmvaiir Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Wine, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Set", Toilet Sets, Cup3 and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc , etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, ns also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbollnetim Avenaiius by thu bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
When in need of SOAP
that you will be better
suited every way by go
ing to a storo that keeps
assortment of the article re-
bclievc it may in
you to know that'
store is that place,
week wo cull your
to a new soap in this mar-
As the iimnnfiictuiurs have not
in business for centuries they
are willing to
their pioduelHjricck&j for less mo
ney tun 11 0111 aJgfflgsSr e r imui-cs
and you 10 - " cuive tho
J.ts. S, Kiik it Co. ate M riving lo
make an. good au iiilicleus the oilier
Mi.ip makers and ".Wv.s, 1 their
Shan don Bell.- JV&IifiilCM, nupis
equal to the best, y'rl"'
Thcsu cuts do "1?r""' nut re
present tho size of the cukes, but thu
difieionco is in tho pi ice.
The storo that .-ulK the
soap. You 1110 a judge of
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Port St TClnu: Mreots.
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu
from S. P. for S. F.
Juno 12 Junel!)
Aug 9 Aug 1(5
Sept 0. Sept i:i
Oct! Oct 11
Nov 1 Nov 8
Arrive from San Sail for San Fran-
Monowai Juno 30 Alameda
Alameda July 28 Mariposa
Mariposa Aug 25 Monowai
Monowai Sept 22 Alameda
Alameda Oct 20 Mariposa
Mariposa Nov 17 Monowai
STEAM CAM FACTOR!
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook &
71 Hotel St.
G J.'WALlEfi, - - Manager.
Wholesale & Eotall Butchers
The Best Lunoh in Town,
Toa and Coffee at HI Hours
Tho Finest Brands of
Alwuyn 011 Iluncl.
II. d. NOlTK. Proprietor.
TheS.S. ,k PALM AS"
Of the above Line will he due at
And will have Immediate dispatch for
Jfflr For Fielght or Passage apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & COy
441 17t t , , AgeuU..,
1 - .ir.at iEBLifc -Uf- a. i,4- SZBU
t jAmrtmmmm yiwnw'wrgw gg".'"-.
best soda will sell thu must fniin-M'ruTH 1
mi) go. s
Gimps. jbhSL Tomer,
EXPERIENCE !o A
had practical experience. From tho
day we published the first testimonial the sale of the plow wns as asjurcd
as its success. We have thcin iu ue everywhere and the demand for
what the pcoplo believe to be the pur excellence of breaking plows is
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprockets' Bank, Honolulu.
r a iori
A LAKGK INVOICE OP THESE
JUST RECEIVED BY
HOLLISTER & CO.. DRUGGISTS.
! Kort Street. : :
104 Fort bireet, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TRIMMINGS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON
Special Reduction in School Hats
BQy.FOR I WEEK ONLY -
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
CONS1ITUTING THE 'TIONEEIl" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 1859 BY 0. E, WILLIAMS KOK CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Cabinet Muling, liliolstering tl LFuderiakirw
Business iu Honolulu aro still extant, ami the business, Its originator and
pie-ieut propilelor here to stay. Having purchased thu entire Interest of
the late firm of H. II. Williams A Co,, comprising thu largest stock of
Ever in Honolulu; principally selected by II, II. Williams duiiui' his Into thrco
months' visit to thu Coast, 1 now offer tlii stock and future additions for
CASH al prices much less than heretofore ehurged.
JHrTlio utideiiilgiuMl iu rofctuuliijj u s old placo and business would icsppcu
fully tender his grateful thanks for t .0 liberal patiouugo ot old friends of thj,
and neighboring island, nnd hopo to un tit 11 coutliiiiiinca of their favors while
soliciting a Eharo from now friends; anil again offeis his services lu
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Mjtting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men !
VST PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -l
TEMPLE OE FASHION
Corner ITorl .to
r REDUCTION I -
WE WILL SELL MONDAY, JUNE 6TH,
Ladles' Muslin Combination CheniUes
with Laces. $3 0 for $2 85
Ladles' .Miibllu ('(imbhmlloii Chemises
with Embrol lory, $1 SO for $1 00
LiiiUe,' Muslin C'heuiUee, 75c. for GOc.
GOOD TEAOHER !
When peoplu get hold of a now
idea, be it ever so good, it is uphill
work to convince the people of its
mciits. In the beginning it wns
dillleull for us lo make the poapie
believe by our advertisements that
W!isn,oj(l thing, they wnnled the
assurance of some person who had
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ISoiiolnlu. II. I.
LATEST STYLES IN
NEW RIBBONS !
& Undertaking Goods
OT IlKDUCTIOX I
J,:u11m' Muslin .Skirts with Luces, $3 60
for $2 B0
Ladles' Muslin Skirts with Embroidery,
$2 SO for M 75
Lib st tstylit Mlk'aud Sateen. Blouses
EIIRL1CII & CO., ,
& (Corner Fort & Ilolcritrcots.'r
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