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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1892.
Stinr Junius Makec from Kapaa.
Stmr Kawailaui from Koolau.
Stmr Polo for Makaweli, Kauai.
Stmr Kauikeaoull for l'uua.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
.Austro-lliingarian, Corvette Fasana,
Nemliug, for Yokohama.
Stun-Kilauca Hon furKahuhii and Ha-
Stmr James Jlakec for Kapaa, at 4 p in.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr James Makce 2000 bags sugar and
For Maui andPaauhau,.pcrbtmrClau
dine, June 21 Or II Liidlaw and wife.
E Faxon Bishop, A Buford, J Ilaole, S
Kotli, A T UkiiiMm and others.
For Kauai per stmr Mikahala, line 21
Miss Li.zio Aukal, Judge S B Dole, T
K Walker. W E Row ell, a MoBrvdu, Mr
and Mrs 'I'ellis and child, Miss McGrew,
.1 Iv Fai ley, It Catton, M Nemo and a
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Sau Fiaiiclsco. .Kear-Adniital
Blown, fiom San Diego
Aus warship Fasana fiom San Francisco
Am 5-m schr Louis, Hatch, from New
castle. N S W
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cisco Am sh Pactolus, Beadle, from New castle,
Am bkt W H Dlmond, Nelson, fiom San
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, f 1 6m San Fran
cisco Am bktnc Planter, Dow. from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloba, Johnson, from San
Br ship Beumore, Jenkins, fiom Liver
Ec bk Ophlr, Brnguiere, fiomXcwcastlu,
Brit likSiiniiitia from Newcastle. X S W
But bk Veiitas fiom Newcastle. N S W
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
11 I M S Hiei, Mori, from Japan
S S Gaelic, I'earne, tiom San Fianclseo,
GcrbkJC Ptluger, from Bremen, July
Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, Juno
Haw ship Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug 10
Am bk Matgaietfrom Newcastle, NSW
Bk (Jieta from Newcastle, N'S W
The baik Ophlr will piobably finish
discharging her coal to-morrow.
The baik S O Allen Is at the Allen
wharf, awaiting a beith to discharge her
HTlicbrig W G li win commenced dis
charging her cargo this morning at the
The baik Veritas docked at the foot of
Fort stieet to-day to discharge her coal.
'J ho baik Albert, Winding, master,
will leave for San Kranclhco either Fil
day evening or Saturday morning.
PURVIS At Lihue, Kauai, on Sunday
the 1'Jtli June, 1HU2, to the wife of
It. XV. Theo. Purvis, u son.
Samuel Taiwater of Ray county,
aged ninety years, is paid a pension
of 8200 a year by the Stale of Mis
souri for wounds icceived in the Mor
mon War. The pension was granted
by a special Act of the Legislature
Catherine Weed Hurnos, a grand
daughter of Thurlow Weed, has gone
to Europe as a ileleguto to the lntl'r
imtional Convention of Amateur Pho
tographers. While abroad she ex
pects to take more limn two tliouuaiid
phologiaphs in Great liritiun and
Miss lietsoy Trumbull, who died,
recently, at the Almshouse in Skow
liegan, Maine, at the ago of ninety
two, was supported by the town from
the day of her birth to tho day of her
death. She was of feeble intellect,
and unable to take care of hooolt,
Niiiety-lwo )cnrs ou a poor funu is
the longest tune on record.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Associate Justicu 8. B. Dolo was a
passbnger by tho Mikuliala yesterday
Tub Aiistro-llunguriiui corvette will
leave lo-inoriow nt 2:30 o'clock for
A PIUVATK liula (lanco party M Pa
laina was unjoyoil by a parly of visit
ors last night.
It is expected that tho U. S.
S. Hostnn will bo liero to relieve tho
San Francisco before July 'lth.
Jab. F. Mokoan will hold u nalo of
horses at the rear of J. I. Dowsett'n
oillco, QiU'on street, at 12 noon on
Sat in day.
Mn. T. 1$ Walker left on the steam
er Pelo to-day for Makuwcli, Kauai.
.Mr. Walker is to Miperintond soino
inuson work on tho plantation.
Tub articles to bo sold on Friday,
at Messrs. II. Hackfeld & Co.'s con
signment sale, comprise groceries,
liquors, crockery, etc. All must bo
Tub result of tho Republican con
vention at Minneapolis will bo brought
by tho barkontine S. G. Wilder which
vessel is supposed to have left on Juno
11th for Honolulu.
Two alleged lurccuists have been
arrested and await trial in tho Police
Station. Kalnpia is charged with the
larceny of u keg of poi valued at $2
from a Chinaman, and Keapukaua
with the theft of two bags of pulu
valued at $1 M).
A UATTAMpM of bluejackets and
marines were landed to-day from tho
U. S. F. S. San Francisco for drill.
They were divided in companies and
marched in dillcront directions to tho
Recreation Grounds, performing mili
tary maneuvers on tho way.
The graduating class of Onhu Col
lego will receive their diplomas in
Central Union Church to-morrow eve
ning. The following is the class of
M)2 : Mary Charlotte Alexander, Will
iam Warren Chamberlain, Samuel
Edward Damon, Charles Knight
Hydo, Albert Francis J'udd, Jr.,"Jiinieu
.Nahinu Kaoaokalani Kcola, Ernest
Evarts Lyman, Julia Perry, John
Wm. Norton secured judgment for
$225 in an assumpsit suit against tho
Fashion Stables yesterday in the
Police Court. The suit was for the
price of a sorrel horse which Norton
stated he had sold to Mr. J. J. Sulli
van, manager uf the aforesaid stables.
Mr. Sullivan disclaimed over having
been a parly to tho transaction. The
horse died shortly after tho sale claim
ed by Norton. Mr. Sullivan noted un
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale. 3-tf
L. Ani.Eit has two new cottages to
let on Punchbowl street.
Kewakd for return of a bay saddle
horse to the Empire iaoflcred.
Iosia Kahalualani is empowered to
grant marriage licenses in Waiauae.
Aktki: hhaving use Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents
Sunmmn lelieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith fc Co.,
The Brunswick billiard parlors are
the most elegant pleasure icsort in
"Wheue shall I bee you this even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, the
The executive committee on tho
lth of July celebration will meet at
tho Hotel tp-inonow evening.
Daniel Logan will act for Norman
Logan in business matters during the
hitter's absence fiom the Kingdom.
The list of Deputy Assessors and
CoUeetois iipprou-d by the Ministir
of Finance appeals in the oflicial
Fiiiewood will bo auctioned by L.
J. Levey at noon to-morrow, delivered
free within limits spocihed in advui
tibcmeul. Delicious coflee and chocolate will
bo served every morning early at the
Pahico Ico Cream Parlors, Ludwigson,
& Cron, Hotel street. 1-tf
A OKNTI.EMAN living at Arlington
Hotel wishes to purchase a horse,
harness and top vehicle in good con
dition, from ono who will sell very
The annual notice to corporations
by tho Minister of tho Interior, to
make return of their ulTairs for the
year ending July 1st, is published by
authority in this issue.
DuEsBMAKiNCi, Cutting and Fitting
done ut ladies' hoiibos. Perfect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, T.i Bere
tania btreet, or Mutual telephone 09(5,
befoic 8 a. nt. or C:.10 p. in. 8-3m
Miss Mahy Lym:, lately book-keeper
with Egan it Gunii, is prupaud to do
stenographing and type-writing at
moderate rates. Graduato of lleald's
Business College, San Francisco,
Oillco with C. J. McCaithy, 85 Mer
chant street. 2-1 in
THE PACING RECORD.
In reply to a correspondent a fen
days ago we gave the fastest pacing
record as follows:
"Johnston paced one mile against
time, at Chicago, III,, Oct. 3, 1881,
A reader has given the following
faster record, from the Clipper An
nual: "Weslinount, with running mate,
Chicago, July 10, 1881. 2 M."
In a Handbook of Information
fiom which the lIui.i.iniN quoted
Johnson's record WcHtuioiiut's time
on the (lute above given was 2:7.
One of the authorities muni have a
Weusksiiay, Juno 22, 1892.
Bin ml ni; Nrnnlon.
Assembly convened at 10. Prayer
by Chaplain, Reading of minutes
by Secretary and by the Interpreter.
Appiovcd as read.
Rep. Ilipikanc presented n petition
from llnalo that the sum of S200 ho
appropriated for a mail carrier for
that district. To Finance Commit
tee. Nohlo Williaing, from the Piloting
Committee, reported Bills G3 and 01
Rep. Iosepa asked for further time
in which to present reports from two
committees, of which he was chair
man, ou bills, (1) relating to tailor
shops; (2) an "Act to amend and
consolidate the election laws of the
Rep. Kapahu read for flrst time
hills, (1) to regulate water rights at
Waiolunu, Kau ; (2) to create an ad
ditional term of the Third Judicial
Rep Kanealii gave notice of a bill
relating to Governors.
Minister Whiting asked for further
time to answer questions propounded
by Rep. Ashfoid.
Noble J. M. Horner, from the
Ways am! Means Committee, read
the following reports:
They recommend that the salary
of the Chief Clerk of the Foreign
Oillco be put at 85000 instead of
80000 as in the Bill, and that the
item of "Salary of Clerks, &GG00"
read S5100. In items of the Finance
Department the committee recom
mend the following changes:
Salary of Clerk, $3000 instead of
Salary Tax Assessor, Oahu, 85000
instead of SG000.
Salary Tax Assessor, Hawaii, 85000
instead of 8C000.
Salary Tax Assessor, Maui, $1000
instead of 85500.
Salary Tax Assessor, Kauai, 8-1000
instead of 81800.
Incitientals, 83000 instead of
Dog tags, SG00 instead of 81000.
Subsidy Oahu R. R., 81600 instead
Expenses Lantana Committee, 8200
be stricken out.
Report received and laid on the
table for consideration with the Ap
Rep. Edmonds offered a resolution
that the Minister of the Interior in
form the Assembly why the water
pipe had not been laid at Wailuku,
Rep. Edmonds gave notice of a
bill to amend Sec. 517, Civil Code,
relating to the sale of spirituous li
quors Kep. Kamauoha gave notice of a
bill to amend the law relating to tru
ants. Also to abolish permanent
Rep. Akma read for the Grst time
a bill to amend Sec. 8, Chap. 8, Ses
sion Laws of 1888, relating to the in
ternal police. Also offered a resolu
tion that 83,000 be appropriated for
assistance to the Kauai Industrial
school. To Education Committee.
Rep. Waipuilani read for the first
lime a bill to amend Articles 65 and
76 of the Constitution.
Rep. Kamauoha gave notice of
bills (1) to abolish the olliee of
President of Board of Health, (2)
relating to the Homestead Act.
"Unfinished Business" being
reached the point of discussion, dur
ing which the Assembly had adjourn
ed the previous afternoon and
relative to u motion that the answers
of the Attorney General to questions
of Rep Wtiipuluni herefeired to the
Printinu Committee and to the Com
mittee on Ways and Means, was re
sumed and the motion adopted.
Consideiation of the Appropriation
Bill in Committee of the Whole: Kep.
Smith in the chair.
Items in the Department of For
eigu Affairs were brought up for
comment and consideration.
Salary of Minister, 89,000.
Noble Marsden was in favor of an
increase in this instance; he did not
consider the men ihere but the sur
roundings and dignity of tlm posi
tion. Noble Thurston was in f&vnr of
the increase, it was a well-known fact
that no lawyer of standing in t lie
country would care to take tho olliee
of Attorney-General at 81500 per
year without seriously sacrificing his
Minister Parker stated that I lie
Queen was to give a state breakfast
and his presence was required. He
could not be there and here too. He
hoped the Assembly would excuse
his presence, and would postpone
discussion on the item.
Noble Neumann moved that the
Minister he excused and he knew
that the members hoped that
"Good digestion wait on appetite,
"And health on both."
Kep. Ashford waB opposed to the
increase ; during splenetic remarks in
which he impinged upon the personal
ity of the Cabinet, he was called to
Noble Marsden, who considered
the language used by the member us
Noble Neumann suggested that the
language used bo taken down, The
Assembly was not 'hero to listen to
the indulgence in blackguardism.
Kep. Ashford (nonchalantly) I
useil the language, Mr. Chairman,
for the purpose of having it taken
Kep, Smith (chairman) said thai
it was not proper to discuss the per
sonality of the Ministers further Ihuu
their olllciul acts.
Rep. Ai)foulsnid that ho had no
periomil grievance against the Minis
ter, only an official grievance, and
that wus growing larger each suc
ceeding day. He proposed to dis
cuss the Minister and the whole
Cabinet on not only their olllcial acts
but also their olllcial capacity. He
had given his opinion of the Attorney-General
and the same remarks
would apply to the Minister of the
Interior, and with equal tiuih. So
olall.v the Minister was all right hut
oMlui.illy he was as the ancients would
say n. g, (laiightci). Regarding the
Minister of Finance he had the most
cordial sentiments. lie, h jwevcr,
could not forget that bill of the Min
ister's which proposed to obtain a
revenue by taxing playing cards ton
cents per pack. lie considered that
was a mountain laboring to bring
foith a mouse.
Minister Widemann (sarcastically)
Thank you! much obliged, Mr.
Ashford 1 you are a quiet, peaceful
gentleman, and an ornament to this
Rep. Ashford (continuing) He
could not forget the birth of that un
lucky mouse. He judged that there
was a great load lifted fiom the
minds of the anxious midwife and
the sweating wet nurse, and it must
be a matter of congratulation that
the mother was safely delivered.
Noble Maisden (interrupting)
could not see the connection between
this story and the item of salary un
Rep. Ashford (sharply) Mr.
Chairman, I believe I have the tloor
and 1 do not wish to be interrupted.
1 ain not furnishing brains for the
member from Ilamakua. I am sup
plying the joke that is cuough for
him to know if lie has not the brains
to understand the application. Re
lative to the Ministers what I have
said is only a small part of what may
be said of their olllcial incapacity.
Ho was in favor of the item at 88000
and if the gods who looked out for
the dispensation of olllcial favors
would be so benign as to supply good
men he would then be in favor of an
Rep. Kamauoha had not intended
to say anything, but the remarks of
the previous speaker seemed to be
based on personal feeling, a feeling
which was not cherished, nor were
the hints understood by the Hawaiian
members. The pi evious speaker had
hinted at incompetency in the Attorney-General
and Minister of the In
terior. If anything was known why
not make proper specific charges and
have them piuveil? The Hawaiian
members were not in accord with tin
hints thrown out. He would favor
the item us in the Bill.
Noble Baldwin did not eoi hitler
that it was proper, in the matter
ot salaries, to legislate loi the per
son who held the otllce, hut ratliei
for the olliee itself. It was treadirg
on dangerous ground when the judg
ment was allowed to be affected by
the personality of the incumheiil.
He was not in favor of reduction in
important ollices. When tho ship is
in danger that is the time that the
most skilful captain is needed. At
a small salary it is dilllcult to get
good men in important ollices.
Rep. Kiiunamano, Noljle Marsden
and Rep. White spoke on the ques
tion. The question ou the S 10,000 mo
tion was put and lost and the item
was passed as in the Hill.
At 12 :02 recess was had until 1 :30
p. m., items in the Appropriation
Bill still being under consideiation.
THE CURRENT PARADISE.
The l'arudibc of, the Pacific issued
for tho just out-gone steamer has one
strong card Sir Edwin Arnold's ac
count of his lucent visit to Ilouo ulu,
from the Loudon Telegraph, of which
the dUt ugulshed gentleman is edi
tor. It is indited in Sir Edwin's feli
citous style and in its kindly at d
cultivated tone is in striking con
trust to the effusions of the vag
abond scribblers from 'Frisco, who
affect to think the right thing is
to abuse the simplest and kindliest
hospitality in the world. Thcaitiele
is embellished with the Paradise's
portraits of lions. Sam. Puiker and
W. G Irwin, who entertained the il
lustrious author while heie. There
is a portrait of Hon. J. S. Walker,
President of the Legislature, on the
first page. 1 he selections in this
number are entertaining and, us to
Hawaii, valuably instructive. Editor
Godfrey gives the Examiner man hot
shot for his bad-mannered requital of
the most friendly attentions accepted
by him in the islands.
HIS FIRST RIDE.
A Jap named Ogata was arrested
yesterday on King street for furious
and hccdlcsf driving. Ogata hud
just knocked down a Chinaman and
was tiolting as coolly as could be,
when Olllcer Kckoua collared him.
Ogata stated that it was the first time
he had ever ridden a horsr, and to
gain courage he had partaken of
tome "sake." In the Police Court
this morning lie pleaded guilty and
was sentenced to pay a line of 85
and 81 cosls, The Chinaman he
knocked down was not badly hurt or
the lad from the Land of the Kisiug
Sun would have had to pay dearly for
his first ride.
The Planters' Monthly for June
contains Kev. V. U. Oleson's esbay,
"Cane Planting by the Leasehold
System," read before thu Social
Science Association and Hist pub
lished in the Bim.ixiin. Mi. Wm.
Kinney coutribules an uiticle m the
experiment he U conducting ut llo
iioinu in co-operative plai'";.g. It
looks as If lie was going to make a
success of it, ulth Japanese com
panies at that. Artlclu on sugar
iimiiufiiDture, the inarkiits, ramie,
etc., make up thu lu.t of thu Juno
HOT WATER BARS. Yois Can Telephone For One!
THE elliency of hot water in intlam
matory coiulitiout I'nu haidly ho"
overrated. To a limited extent its
value -has long been known. Our
grandniolhers nindo use of woolen
cloth dipped in hot water as it sub
MittiU'foi hot-walor hags. At present
the wortli of this lemedy in almost all
forms of, pain is generally lccognized
by the medical piofess'on.
Hot cloths, however, uic not con
venient of application; uio apt to wet
thu olothe-, and they soon cool' und
leqtihe lepcAtotl dipping. The rubber
bag is in evury rnsp-el superior. Once
biouglil Io tlm proper leinpornliire,
the heat is long retained; it is neat,
and easy of application.
Wo have them in sizes of 1, 2, 3
and 1 quails.
Eveiy household should hmc one
at least ready for an emergency.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Coi-uop l"oi't Ss Itlnic wtveotx.
V(l)X(i, Co in ill anil it.
Is due at tills port ou June 10th ami will
leave for the above poits on or
SATURDAY, JUNE 2.1th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Bgy For Freight or Pnage, having
superior Cabin and Steeiage acconuno
dittious, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
123 lm Agents.
DON'T FAIL TO HEAR
Wiiaid I'dUon's Latest
Talk ng Machine
Tin1 mlmliutioii anil won Icr -o' the T't'i
ceiitiii-. will bo on cxliilii'inn mi June
lSlh, lion'i 11 a. M o il l m , at
For a slioit time only, with a Sew ,ml
l hok'U i-ieliutiiiii of ltivonls I, the iniisi
4r.O lw c.mtokcku:.
horPortland, 0., & Victoria, B.C.
S." PALM AS"
above Line will hu due
.J UJS KJ i."i li,
And will have immediate ilKpateh for
S&f For Fi eight or Pas-age apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES A CO ,
411 17t Agent.
.MLKTIXn of the i:veiiilive Coin
inlltee will lie liclil at Hi" Hawaiian
Hotel otiTHCUSDAY HVIJNMNG.Jiine
2S, I8U2, at 8 oMork
.1 A CILMAX,
4.VJ lit M-iicliilV.
M'LCIAL MKi n.NLi.
TllK Stoi'khoWcir. of Wiiilu-o
1 rompanv will plea-ii take
that a Special M"etlng of btoekbolileis
will Do Held at 1J. Uiewci X (Jo 's olliee.
Qui'cii stieet. ou TflUKSOAY, .lime
2:lul next, at 'J o'clock a m.
.1. O. (JAKTKU,
llSlw Secietary Walheo Sugar Co.
Is h"ieby el veil that I will
be lesnouslble for auv hills
contracted for Ihe Steamer "Akamai"
without my written order.
JOHN F. HOWLER,
Owner Steamer "Akamai."
Honolulu, June 10, lhtlJ.
ASPR1NQFIKLD :I0-Light Gas Ma
chine In complete woiklug onler
and guaranteed. Will be sold upon
favoiable terms In the jiiuehnser. Also
a few Handsome Pixtuurr. Apply to
Il'JO tf King street.
JIAX who understands fanning
and taking caie of stock; must he
sober and thoioughlj posted hi hi" work
anil have good icfcrciires; none hut a
competent limn need apply. Adiliess
"P. O. Itox L," Honolulu. 112 lm
LOGAN will act for mo
power of alUiinoy ihuinir
my absence Iioiu the Kingdom.
Honolulu, June 2U, IV.).!. IW :li
ST It y ED oir STOL.ISN
ROM Empire ha
V loon, Hay Saddle
Horse, lmcer: with
saddle and bridle,
Hiauded on ni-i'k.
Fliuler please leturn to Kinpiro Saloon
and iceuivo lewaid. -IM t
'PWO New Cotliige to let
1. ou Punchbowl Mrix-I,
Kl Nll)Ulll kllVUt,
I M ?w
For Yoooania& HoitEKOH.
Tilt' Al Stcninntilp
pulation and nn ornament lo the
kitchen. It washes and dries more crockery, glasswaic and knives aud
folks in five minutes than your cook could attend to in an hour. They are
in use in Honolulu and are giving satisfaction. Our supply is limited.
53s JiUY A'OW 231-
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bunk, llnnnUilu.
STL?. JACJXS, IVIO.
BREWERS OF F5IME
Pure Malt and Highest Grade Bops !
Ofty No Corn or Corn preparations used in place of M dt, as is done
by other Eastern Breweries, in order to cheapen the cost of their Beer,
and lo compete with our wond-renowned a 1 jumI) famed article.
ra$y ill i fel fi ( W fel II n Wk
BKSIMBBr'r'5?! lir -Tf WrylpTrfli
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: G kettles every 21 hours, C.000 Barrels, r 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of ALvrnniAL: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,C00,OOO
bushels per year. Hops: 7,000 lbs. per day 2,2f)O,O00 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Vrenarit ions are used in the manufacture
of the Anheusku-Busch Bkek. It is, therefore', the highest priced, but the
nost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shipping Capacity : 100,000,000 Rottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The Anheuser-Busch Co. have carried olf the highest honors aud tho
highest class gold medals wherever they have competed. At all of the
International Exhibitions, throughout tho world, their Beer excollcd all
This Company have prepared a special brand of their highest grade
Beer, for the Hawaiian Islands, known as "81'KCIAL HltEW," with
a handsome label and in white bottles, which with their beat " EXPORT
AN1IEUSEK" in 'dark bottles, heretoloru uiporled, we will now
supply to the trade in quantities to suit.
(i. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Aji'us for ill-' Iimvaiiiiu Ih1iiikI.
ist- . mMkMisatm
104 Fort btreci, Honolulu.
WE HANK THE VEKY
NEW TRIMMINGS I
Special Reduction in School Hats
mt FOR I WEEK ONLY wa
CHILDRENS SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
is drawn from tho
DISH WASHING MACHINES I
Which we received on the "Dl
mond." This machine is c3nstructod with
:t view to culling down the sales of
Uig crockery dealers and keep sets
of dishes intact. It is easy of mani
BEER EXCLUSIVELY !
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