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FRIDAY. JUNE 21, 1892.
.1 line 24
ritnir V G Hull for Maul and Hawaii at,
10 a in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Ytimashiro Main, Brown, for Yoko
hama and Hongkong
Am lik Albert, Winding, for San Fran-
Br ship Bemnore,. Jenkins forSau Fran
For Maul and Hawaii por steamer W
G Hall, .lime 21 For Volcano: Mr and
Mrs Seymour Cunningham, Mr. WeM.
Mi.-s Le'ekle. Mis Maudi!, Miss Mnddock.
Way i oils; RlUs M Lenter.W G 1'atten,
1) W llauiiiia, C3 Irwin, Jibs '.ockelt,
and 40 decl..
'Ilic bark Albi rt, Winding ninfter. will
leave to-inorrow for ban Kraneboo with
ii full load of sugar The hip Ileumoie
is likely to leave aKo, not with a full
The steamer' Waiaieale will b'sive on
Monday fur f.alniiiia, Kiikuilnele ami
other pints on thellamakua cou.t.
The schooner Aloha having finished
illschaigiug has been moved out in the
.stream to await sugar.
The M'honners Woha nnd Alice Cooke,
the barkcntiiics W 11 Dimond and Plan
ter and 1 he barks Ceylon and S C Allen
are awaiting a cargo of sugar.
PEARL HARBOR OPERA.
In these times when carkins care
sits astride our backs and drives
spurs lowel deep into our flanks,
anything that offers a diversion from
.daily loutine of work should be
hailed with delight. I have some
times thought lhat the importation
oi that famous Hiiti.-h institution, a
l'unch ami Judy show, might drive
dull care away for a tune and leave
us the heller for a good, hearly
Jaujrh. Just now, however, we haw
a diversion that will answer for the
time being, one that makes those of
us whose lesidence here dates hack
into the sixties smile in spile of oui
cnies. 1 need not say that I allude
to the eoi respondents who are airing
their opinion on the much abused
Pearl Harbor question. How char
acteristic of the writers. The pity
is, however, that any question
should be handicapped by such
champions, neither of whom will
carr' any weight of conviction to
either Hawaiian or foreign horn citi
zens who know them well,
I low pathetic the sight of repre
sentatives of Brother Jonathan and
sturdy John Hull locked in the same
yoke, so exceedingly well matched
in every way, trying to wrest from
Hawaii itb vineyard, I have said
that the correspondence is character
istic of the writers. The wonder re
mains, however, that the later writer
did not close his letter by offering
hitely acquired lota on the Peninsula
for sale cheap for United States gold
The Pacific IIauicwakk Co., Ld.,
have just received from Kngland an
invoice of the well-known Doultou
Ware, comprising Hruukfust ami Din
ner SuU, Toilet Huts, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, us jilso
of Lubricating Oils.
I'tuboliiieum Avcuniiiis by the bar
h rcl, cuso or smaller quantity.
Tliu hc.l spring medicine 18 u dose
or two of St. ratrlck'h HIU. Thoy
not only phy ic hut clcuuc the whole
bysU'iii timl' purify lb" blood. I'or
siilc by Dciisun, Smith &. Co,, Agents.
LOCAL AND CENERAL NEWS.
Tin: owuors of tlio yacht Helene
are thinking of putting on u ton of
Tun Auatro-llungarian Fusnnti flew
ker lumioward bound pennant yester-
day as the departed for Yokohiiina.
The ongagcniont of Miss Wing, of
the tuculty of Oaiiu College, to Mr.
It. N. Castle, editor of tko Advertiser,
lms beon announced,
J. 1 Moiioan will hold a sale of
twenty head of mares nnd colts in the
rear of lion. J. I. Dowsett's ollico on
Queen stieet to-morrow ul noon.
The boat crown of tho U. S. K. S.
San Francisco can bu seen daily prac
ticing in the harbor. Most of the
races will be to and around the can
buoy oil' the Marine Hallway.
Anotiikk Jap took his first horse
back ride yeHtenlay with tho remit
that the aninml bulled with him and
he was arrested on a charge of furious
and heedless driving. This morning
he forfeitrd bail of $25.
Jolkinue Freitas and Julede Freitas
were ai rested yesterday on a charge
of intending to commit an offense on
Mrs. I), M Crowley. The complain
ant and defendants are resident on
the slopes of Punchbowl, where the
trouble is supposed tohiivooriginatod.
Trial will be on June 2!lth.
The new Japanese man-of-war II-sukushiiiin-kan
has arrived at Hong
kong. She was built in Franco early
last year, and, after several disasters,
had to be laid up in Colombo pending
tho arrival of several important pieces
of machinery from Franco. In Singa
pore the crew got into serious trouble,
and finally the vessel nearly missed
Hongkong altogether, making tho
China coast some distance noithcast
An uncouth looking Chinaman
named Ah Sing was tried in the Police
Court this morning on a charge of
vagrancy within thrpc months past.
This Chinaman was arrested recently
for burglary but the charge was nolle
pros'd. Ah Sing pleaded guilty to
being a vagrant, preferring free feed
at tho Government's expotifeo to liber
ty these hard times, and was given
three mouths at hard labor in O.ihu
Prison. Sing smilingly accepted his
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Lililui
street for sale. 3-tf
Japanese pug dogs are for salu by
W. S. Luce.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of II., will
meet this evening.
A. B. Naone has preinif.es to rent
or lease on Emma street.
Aftkk shaving use Cucumber Skin
'ionic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
SiiNiiuitN leliuved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Beiifon, Smith & Co.,
F. A. RfiUAKi'Eit oilers the cottage
and prcmihcg, No. -13 Emma streei,
The Brun-wiek billiaid pallors arc
the most elegant pleasure resort in
"Wiikue shall I see you this even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, the
A new tip sent brake and a family
carriage will be bold at Morguu'b horso
sale to-morrow noon
A list of places where 4th of July
biih&criptions can be made is adver
tised by the committee.
C. II. Dickey has been commission
ed as tax aesessor and collector for
the second taxation division; thai is,
Delicious coiicc and choculalo will
lie fi-ivciI every morning early at the
I'ahu'i! Ic c (..'ii'iim Pailola, LuthvigKcn,
.v, Cum, 1 1 old kIicci. l-i f
DitEHMiAKiMi, Cutting and Filling
dune ul ladies' hou.scs. Peifcet iit
guiiianticd, MISS WOLF. 73 Bcie
tauiu stieet, or Mutual telephone (J'JU,
before 8 a. m. or 5:30 p. in. 8-3m
Miss Maky Lyle, lately book-keeper
with Egan & Gunu, is prepared to do
stenographing and type-writing at
moderate rates. Graduate of lleald's
Business College, San Francisco.
Ollicc with C. J. McCarthy, 35 Mer
chant street. 2-lm
WHAT THEY SAY.
That Rep. Bush did not look very
happy after losing his resolution to
abolish the item for state entertain
ments. That his face was in strange con
trast to his whiskers through which
the wind was playfully whistling.
That James G. Blaine, the man
from Maine, will get the nomination
at the Republican Convention per
haps. That the S. S. China bua gone on
to San Francisco.
'That a well-known editor is going
to take Wing without skipping out,
TLat some members of the Pearl
Harbor Boom League tire too froth.
That John Thomas Waterhouse
has tangible ground (bought for hard
coin) for believing that Mr. Ilartwcll
is sincere as well as bcrious.
That the Legislature will lorget to
provide for an exhibit at the World's
That the Republican nomination
for President will be known in Hono
lulu before Monday morning.
A traveling man who chanced to
bo in tho store of K. V. Wood, at
McKccs Jtocku, Pa,, says while he
was wailing to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain itiilin and
suid ; "Muiuuia wants another bot
tle of that medicine : she says it it
i tho butt medicine for rheumutibiii she
j ever iifaud," 50 cent bottles fur bttlu
by all dealers. Ilcusou, .Smith it Co.,
TWEN rY-THIRD DAY.
Fiuiiay, June 24, 1892.
The Assembly convened at ten
o'clock. Usual routine business
transacted, after which, the following
petitions were presented and referred i
By liep. Kapahu, from residents of
Honolulu, that SGOOO be appropriated
for improving roads in Hint district,
To Public Lands Committee.
By Rep. White, from voters of
Waialua ami Koolauloa, that their
representative (Wilcox) be restored
to his seat. To Judiciary Commit
tee. By Rep. Kauealii, from residents
of Honolulu, containing l'J signa
tures, that a license be granted to one
Yung Kum Pung to practice medi
ciner To Sanitary Committee.
Rep. Nawahi presented the follbw
i"t5 O) frora tnc residents of Hilo,
that all sea fisheries be made free.
To Committee on Public Lands ; (2)
that the law relating to the segrega
lion of lepers be repealed ; (a) that
the law relating to Homesteads be
amended. Both tabled for consider
ation with bills on the subject. (4)
From Peter Lee that the Government
puichase a road built by him at Pu
naluu. To a special committee.
By Rep. Kamauoha, from one J.
Samoa, that 81000 be appropriated
for him on account of false arrest and
imprisonment for ten hours for al
leged treason. To Judiciary Com
mittee. Noble Williams presented a peti
tion sigued by 52 aiechanics, the gist
of which was that the petitioners
were of "the opinion that by far the
greater proportion of the manufac
tured articles now imported could be
made in this country as well, or in
some cases even belter than abroad,
although we candidly admit not so
cheaply j but we hold that it is
good policy for the Government to
pay more for the manufactured arti
cles required by the various depart
ments, provided lhat the money is
spent in the country, thus increasing
the manufacturing capacity of our
inaustriul establishments, the number
of mechanics in the country aud the
taxable value of property. Your
petitioners therefore pray your hon
orable body that suitable action be
taken to restrain as far as possible
the importation by the Hawaiian
Government of such goods and ai ti
des as can advantageously be manti
factured in this country." 1 he pe
tition was laid on the table for
consideration with a bill on the sub
ject. Bv Noble Thurston, from J. F.
Colburn that the sum of $121. 3S be
paid for bill due b'y the previous
Road Board. To Finance Commit
tee. By Rep. Bipikane, from ceitain
police that tho sum of 82-1 1.50 he
p'uid them for deductions in their
pay. Also from 2G Hawaiiaus thai
the sum of 5,000 be appropriated to
pay them for secret service duties.
Both were referred to the Committee
By Rep. Waipuilani from Kona,
containing 40 signatures, and op
posed to the cession of any portion
of Pearl Harbor in exchange for any
treaty; (2) that the Importation of
foreign laborers be stopped ; (8)
that the law relating to tax-assessors
in chief be repealed. To Committee
on Miscellaneous Petitions.
By Rep. Ashford that the sum of
5 be p-iid to Manuel Vierrn for
twice paid taxes. To Finance Com
mittee. Noble Williams reported Bill No.
Noble Neumann fioin the Judici
ary Committee reported on the fol
(1) On Bill 41, relating to Jus
tices of the Supreme Court, the
Committee say that the bill is not in
form and recommend that the hill be
tabled until considered with the re
port on the Judicial Commission Act.
Report adopted. (2) On Bill No.
35, relating to the carrying of lights
on vehicles, and recommended the
passage of the bill with the following
amendment, namely, that the words
"which shall be driven" be inserted
after the word "purpose" in line 2
of Section 1 of said bill. Tabled fur
consideration with said bill. (.1)
On resolution relating to the power
of the Attorney-General to abandon
the prosecution against R. W. Wil
cox and others, the Committee Hud
that tho Attorney-General is plainly
authorized by law to decline to pre
sent an indictment against any per
son committed for trial at any time
before such trial. Tho Committee
deems lhat the explanation made by
tho Attorney-General disposes of any
statementof promises made. Adopted.
(4) On items of salaries of the Short
hand Reporter and Interpreter the
committee recommend the passage of
the item of the former as In the bill
and they will introduce a bill delln
ing his duties. They recommend
that the other item he made to lead
"Salary of Hawaiian Interpreter and
Translator SbUUU." un petition Jo.
73, that "the Government he contin
ued under its present form," they
recommend said petition be laid on
the table. Adopted. (5) On Bill
No. 52, providing for liens in favor
of persons who pasture, feed or shel
lor auiinulB, there wasn majority uml
minority report presented. The for
mor favored Hie passage of the Hill
anil was signed by four members,
Rep. Ashford us the minority opposed
passage on the ground thut Hie bene
' flclarics of the bill oull obtain llu-
tine advantage over other creditors of
uininin vi mil ill ttw iviui ""w
tabled with hill for consideration as
tqit'oltti order of the day for Tuunduy
The Minister of the Inleiior re
plied to a question of iJep. loepa to
the effect Hint the wharf nt Uninnn,
liana, Maui, was on Hie private lands
of the Reciprocity Sugar Co.
Noble J. M. Horner lead for the
first time a bill entitled "The Hawai
ian Bank Act."
Minister Whiting gave notice of
bills, (1) relating to the preparation
of jury lists nnd the drawing of jur
ors; (2) regtilhting the manner in
which peremptory challenges shall be
exercised ; (3) to tax the losing par
ties in civil cases for fees paid to
Noble Macfarlane uive notice of ti
bill to amend Chap. 35, Laws of 188G,
relating to the currency of the King
Noble Marsden offered a resolution
grunting the Ways and Means Com
mittee permission to notice bills after
the expiration of the time limit adop
ted by Ihc House. Adopted.
Rep. Smith gave notice of a bill to
limit the number of licenses for the
sale of spirituous liquors and to reg
ulate the issuance of the same.
Noble Williams gave notice of a
bill to define the duties of the Minis
ters and other executive ollleors of
the Government in the purchase of
Rep. White read for the first time
a bill to regulate Hie practice of den
tistry. Minister Parker presented an an
swer to the question relative to the
oath of allegiance having been taken
by his chief clerk, and to the effect
that denization papers hearing date
of March 2, 1891, and citizenship
papers dated March 2G, 181)1, were
in the possession of his clerk.
Rep. Kamauoha read for the first
time a bill to create the Hawaiian
Board of Health. Also, a question
to the Minister of Interior relative to
the disposition of funds appropriated
for opening a road from Smith street
to Vineyard street.
Rep. Kanealii offered a resolution
lhat a select committee of 13 be ap
pointed to visit the Leper Settlement
and that the President of the Board
of Health be authorized to supply a
vessel for their conveyance thither.
Qn motion of Rep. Smith the mo
tion was amended to read the "mem
bers of the Sanitary Committee and
8 members of the Assembly to be
appointed "by the Chuir," and passed.
Rep. Kauuamano read for the first
time a bill authorizing the Minister
of Interior to issue licenses for the
sale of opium. Also notices of (1) a
"Stamp Act," (2) that .suitable
buildings be erected for the sale of
taro and manufacture of poi, (3) a
location in the market tor the display
and sale of vegetables, liuit, live
Noble Cornwcll gave notice of bill
to allow free access of freight and
passengers to wharves wheie 'the
owners now charge lolls.
Rep. Waipuilani offered n resolu
tion lhal the lolloping moneys be
appropriated: (1) $5000 lurSt. Louis
College, (2) S1000 for Kawaiaha .
Seminary, (3) $1000 for Makawao
Seminaiy, ( 1) $100 for Mr. Davis'
Boarding School, (5) $(100 for a
wharf at Nuponpoo, Hawaii. Tabled
for consideration with the Appropri
At 12 o'clock recess was had till
1 :30 p. in.
'piIO.SIC wishing to muVciIIii- f
i celebration of the cniniiiir F
will Ibid ,Siil)i'iiitli)n Lists ai th
Hnlnon, Newman & Co ,
llidlMer & Co..
Benson, Smith .t Co.,
Hawaiian llaidwaro o.
4.MSt For ihe lilt of.)
Japanese Pug Dogs
I'O't SA IjIS !
toT" Apply at once to
r. iw W. S. LUCE.
A SO Ii Kit, Industrious Man to drive
milk wagon. Wages $"0 and
found. Apply to J. GKACK,
ins -Jt Honolulu Dairy.
3 1 E KTI NG JST OT1 CJS.
HAWAIIAN Council No. (i8'J, Ame
ilcan I.clou of Honor, meets
THIS KVEXIXd, at 7:!10 o'clock, at
Harmony Hall, King street.
JOS. M. OAT,
I.r5 It Secretary.
FOlt UK NT
Mm. a. rf,lIK Cottage aud Premises
tfwMm 1 Xo. -Irt Kiiuna street,
SHhI opposite the resident o of Mr.
James Campbell, belonging to the Ks
tatu of I has Long, deceased. Apply to
158 lui F. A.SUHAKKKK.
FOR UKNT or LKASK
V'h.n, I I"' I lUWIMJU III! I.HMIUl
SftiTftrS 1 street lately oceunled by
ffis&SsS A. 11 Naone, a New and
l)0!-!rabl llou.-e containing Ivllclieu,
Halluooni, etc., etc. AUo, Uuthou.-o
on the piumlhCh, will bo rented or
lea-ed PumiOdkIoii given Ut of duly.
Apply on the piciulscs,
thfi liu A. II. NAO.VK.
HMVO New Cottage. "to let
1 on Punchbowl Mrcd.
13 Nuililllll htlltut,
'1 IMIIIIK I'limigh to iiiiiKu WlOOconU
1 of Fliowimd or t Ii.iiimiiiI m r,o
cunt, ii iMud. Apply ul
KAIU Kl' HANOI1,
HOT WATER BABS.
THE eillency of hot water in iiiihun
nialory conditions can hardly bo
overrated. To a limited extent its
value has long linen known. Our
gruudmoihcrs made u.-c of woolou
cloths dipped in hot water us a sub
stitute foi hol-wn lur hags. At picseul
tin- win tli of this remedy in nlmostnll
forms of pain is generally recognized
by the medical prou'ss'ou.
Hot cloths, however, are lint con
venient of application; are apt towel
tho clothi1-', and they soon cool and
requite repeated dipping. Tho rubber
bag is in every respect superior, Oneo
bioiight to the proper temperature,
the lieat is long retained ; it is neat,
and easy of application.
We have them in sizes of 1, 2, 3
and 4 quoits.
Every hnu-eliciM should have one
at least ready for uu emergency.
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO..
Coi'iii'i' l'1oi'l : Ivlntc streets.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Auction Saleof Horses
On SATURDAY, .June 2"th.
At the stables at the iciir of the ollico of
J. I. Dowsett, Queen street, I will
sell at I ttbllc Auction about
20 lid of Marcs k Colts
Some broken to paddle and har
l PAIR OF. GRAY PONIES,
Hioken to harness.
I New Tip "bat Brake, l Family Car
rugfl. J AS. F. MORGAN,
4fi3 at Auctioneer.
AUCTION dALE OF
VALUABLR HEAL KSTATR i
I will veil.it Puhlie Vnciioual in S,m-
On iHiNUAY .itinj 2?th,
AT l :!, 1K!li .'l.'.
line koi. i uwiNts
VALUABLE REAL BaTATfi,
Situated at Nlupaipil. II. iiol-ilu, at idi
ot lolaul College.
i cm cr ?: I 'V
Containing '-'7-100 Ai'ie. Then I- i
l)wi lling I1oiim on the pieiui-e.
2 TA.RO PATCHED
Near above Lot containing ls-100
TKK'Sf. ! Vll.
Sat" Deed at piucli.i-er-.' eii-ii1-c
Koi- lurtliur pailicui.ii-. apply to
,)AS. F. IVIOKiJAN,
Ii"i2 5t Auctioneer.
H. F. WICdM&fc
K .-1 1 1 1 1 1 r a hcniillfiil line of
In the ploieed work now so popu
lar aud at prices which you will
EX O K EDI N G 1 . Y LO W
For Such High Grade Goods.
H. F. WICHMAN
o xrxx rv a -x rsT xo.
For Portland, 0., & Victoria, B. G.
TheS. S. "PALM AS"
Of the above Line will be due at
.1 UXS "O MS.TJl li.
Ami will have iuinicdlato dUpatch for
t&f" Fur Fi eight or Paw-ago apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES &. CO.,
Ill 17t Agent...
A.SI'HI.MJlTKI.l) :i0-l.lght Has Ma
chine in coiiipluie woiklug order
and giiiirantccd. Will be wild upon
fuvorablo teinir io tlio pin ch.miir. vim
a few llaiidsoinu rutuioe. Apply to
;t!)u If King Mml.
DAMKI. I.OliAN will ml for mo
ninjer Hiuur u( iiitniiie duiTng
. my aiiei i't! Iiuiil iu iiiiihi.
I ' NOltM.N I.OUAN.
' Huuoiulu, June ii, lW. I!J Jt
: You Can Telephone For One !
i 'fir Cut ' 3 ? i ri
S ; viitvaWia i
U JJ "KX. 1 Jh
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n( in ;,m in
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pulation nnd uu orimmcht to the
kitchen. It washes and dries more crockery, glassware anil knives and
folks in live miliums than your cook could attend to In nn hour. They arc
in use in Honolulu aud are giving satisfaction. Our supply is limited.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreekels' Han':, llniinlulu.
SrX I.OUI, ?X1.
BREWERS OF FSWE
Pure Malt and Highest Grads Hops!!
f.tay No Corn or Corn prepurati nb u 1 m pi uv of M dt, as is ilouo
by otner Eastern P.rewenes, in order to heupeti the c -t of their lieer,
and compete 1 1 1 1 our woiid-reu hmu-cI a 1 i i-'i fined ntn-le.
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: 0 kettles every 2-1 hours, G,0U0 Uarrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Mathriai.: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,COO,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,iOO lbs. per clay 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn PrenayiMoiiH are used in the manufacture
of the Anheushr-IJusui Bki:r. It is, therefore, the highest priced, but the
nost whnlesomo and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shipping Capacity : 100,000,000 Bottles and .'.,000,000 Kegs.
Tlio Anheuser-Bitsi It Co. have carried off the highest honors aud the
highest class gold medals wherever they havo competed. At all of the
International Exhibitions, throughout the world, their lieer excelled ull
This Company have prepared u special brand of their highest grade
IJecr, lor the Hawaiian Islands, known us " til'ElOJALi 1JUI3W," with
a handsome label and in white bottles, which with their best " EX.FOUT
ANI1I2USEU" in dark bottles, heretoforo inported, wo will now
supply to the trade in quantities to suit.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
lirij ,;;i'(iH ! lb' il:nt:iliiui Iliiudi. if
104 Fort &treu, Honolulu.
WK UAVK TIIK VKUV LATKiP sl'VI.K IN
Hats, Bonnets & Toques !
NEW TRIMMINGS ! NEW RIBBONS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS !
Special Reduction in School Hats1
w FOR I WEEK ONLY -km
CHlLDRtNS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
Our attention i" drann from tho
llondry llreaker to the
DISH WASHING MACHINES !
Which wo recoived on the 'Di
rnond." Thti machine is constructed with
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