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MONDAY, JUNK 27, 1892.
Stiur Cliimlliio from Mam
Stmr Mlkalmla from Kauai
HUMS Cliiimptoti, from Esquimau
Stmr O It Hlshop for Waliiuac, Walaltia
ami Kalmkii at 12 m
Stmr Withtlualu for Kahiiliil and ports
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Stmr .fas Makec for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVIHl! TO-MORROW.
Am bk Albert, Winding, for San Fran
cisco Stmr Klnaii, for Maul ami Hawaii, at 'J
Stmr .Mikahaln for Kii nt
Stmr C'hiutlhic for Maul
Sehr Ka Mol for Kohala anil L'aauilo, at
2 )) m
Sobr Ktilaitiauu for Ilaunpcpc, at 2 p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND FORTS.
StinrClantlinc M59 bags sugar, lilt bags
potatoes, 82 corn, -10 bend cattle, 10!)
bags taro, 105 pkgs smuliles
Stmr .i ikiiliala 1807 bags sugar, 10 bags
peanuts, 223 bags lice mid 11 green
From Hawaii anil Maui, per stmr
Oliuulino, June 20 R F Hiekerton, E
F Bishop, Mrs .Rowland and 2 ohil
dien, '1 E Evans, J W Jones, E B.idcr,
1' S Taylor, J no Richardson, O 1$ Mae
Kenzio, V Baldwin, J V Colville, A
Rosa, Dr Muriinzu, Rev J M Kealolia,
Geo Ivaluua, S Alum, Miss Kcluia Ki
waha, Miss lluihui Akcni, Maria Kaa
and DO deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahula,
June 2G Mrs G II Bishop and child.
.Justice S B Dole, Tit Walker, Robt
Catton, A Lindsay, W Richardson, K
1'odeyn, M Tueh, F lteidell, J Rail
way, A M Sproull.Mrs M Kuwclo and
child, d Chinese and od deck.
The baik Ophir lias finished discharg
ing coal and is taking in ballast.
The baik Albi'rt will leave to-morrow
with a full load of sugar.
At Iwilci, Honolulu, June 21, to the wife
of L'cnj.imin reugaliuan, a daugh
ter. ADVERTISING NOTES.
C. J. McCarthy lias lots on Lilihn
street foi cah'. 3-tf
Aktuk shaving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
StiNisiiKN relieved ut once by Cu
cumbci Clonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Tub Brtuibwick billiaul pailois tire
the most elegant pleusuie resort in
"WllKiiK shall 1 i-cc you this even
ing'" "Oh, same old place, (he
Mil. TaDA.MICIH 'lAKKOHI llllS hcun
n)ipointed iliiwiiiiau Vice-Coiit-ul ut
Yokohama .md Tokio, Japan.
L. J. Li:vky will holi' u sale of
hiinkiupt goodb in various lines nt 1U
o'clock WednuHdny nt his salesroom.
Dm.ioiotiK codec and clioeolate will
be solved every morning early at the
Palace lea Cream I'urlois, Ludwigscn,
& Cron, Hotel sticel. 1-tf
AMl'i.K I rain facilities, with lots of
entertainment I hi own in, are offered
for the Fourth of July by the Ouhu
Tin: 2-story wooden building lately
duinagcd by lire, at Beretttnia and
Alukea sticcls, will he sold at unction
Wednesday noon by Jits. F. Morgan.
J. Ai.khki) Maroon, udmiuistrutor
of the estate of C. Alee, will sell office
furnishings of u high class til the
ollico of Chilian &Co ,Thurstlay noxt
1)ui;ssmakino, Cutting anil Fitting
doni) at lttilich' houses, Perfect lit
guttranteed. MISS WOLF, 711 Boie
taniit street, or Mutual telephone ('.)(!,
befuio 8 a. m. oi fi :!!0 p. in. U-lim
Miss iMAitv Lym:, lately book-keeper
with Egnn it Uiiun, is pie)areil to do
stenographing anil type-writing ut
moderate rates. Graduate of llcnld's
Business College, Kan Fiaucicco.
Ollico with (J. J. McCuitliy, .'jr. Mur
.chiiut stieot. 2-lin
Tlio Uoyul Hawaiian Military Htiwl
timler the leadeisliip of 1'iofessor II.
Uerger will ive u concert this evening
ut ICiniim Squuie, nt 7 ;.'il) o'clock.
Tliu lollowing is thu progiiiin:
Mui'ih Dallioiihlu Cnok
Ovi'itmu-iJalif of llagdiitl.'..lluieldleii
Aiidiinte Surpihe yiniiliony . . . Hit vdn
SttlfClltlll JtOrO of C'Ubtlilli llalfu
".Mlklul." "l'liu niiulii." "JHUI No
Mtijluy ICulioit of tint Night. ...Illvloru
Uhjuulo Duut I'.luit .Miiiiii liwl . ..Kllug
WiiH iHieti Ins .Strung
Maieh-.'i'it-iii.i,iihuiJiii'dti.uy , . . Aituu
Mondat, June 27, 1802.
Assptnhly convened nt 10 o'clock.
President Walker in the ehttir. Min
nies of previous meeting were rend
by Clerk McCarthy and Interpreter
Wilcox ami approved ns read.
Ki'p. A. S. Wileox presented the
lulkming petitions: (I) that free im
portation of rice from Japan and
China he prohibited. Tabled for
future consideration. (2) Thm. Ku
lalau be retained as a residence for
lepers. To Sanitary Committee.
(!1) That the law providing tax-assesbors-in-ehief
be repealed. To
Judiciary Committee, (d) That the
laws appointing Governors and re
storing former powers and duties be
re-enacted. To Judiciary Commit
tee. (5) That a sehoolhouso be
erected at Kalae, Kauai. To Com
mittee on Education. (G) That the
law relating to vaccination bo re
pealed. To Sanitary Committee.
At this point, 10:22 o'clock, the
Chief Justice appeared and Hon.
Robert W. Wilcox came to the Presi
dent's table and was sworn in as the
accredited Representative from Wai
alua and Koolauloa, Ouhu, the mem
bers all standing.
Rep. Kitmauoha gave notice of a
bill to amend Articles o'J, Gl and G2
of the Constitution.
Rep. White gave notice of a bill to
authorize the Queen to call a Consti
Rep. Knnealii read for the first
time bills (1) to amend Sees. 11 to
1G inclusive, Chap. 8G, Laws of
1890, referring to Representatives;
(2) to establish a college in the Ha
Rep. Akina gave notice of bills
(1) to allow thu distillation of spi
rituous liquors by plantations; (2)
to effect the licensing of barber
Rep. Aki gave notice of a bill to
amend Sec. 12, Chap. 13, Laws of
1SS2, relating to internal tuxes, and
especially intended to apply to the
taxing ot two-wheeled vehicles.
Rep. Kaunatnauo, under suspen
sion of the rules, read for the first
time, without previous notice, a bill
to amend Sec. 2, Chap. 7 of the
Penal Code, relative to murder.
Noble Marsdcn g.tve notice of a
bill to encourage Hie preservation of
Noble J. M. Horner, from the
Ways and Means Committee, report
ed having examined the Postal Bu
reau and making the following recom
mendations: The only reduction in
these Departments that your commit
tee can recommend is in the salaries
of Hie two clerks who are paid 8200
and 8175 respectively a reduction of
S25 per month from each of their
salaries would allow of a Japanese
clcik to be engaged without adding
to present expenses. A Japanese
clerk is much needed at the Post Of
lice to distribute the Japanese letters.
Your committee thereforo recommend
that "Salary of Clerks" pass at
833,120 instead of S3G.O0O as in the
bill. The committee further recom
mend that the salary of the Postmaster-General
pasB at$G,000 instead of
7,000; also, that "Postal Money
Order reserve, $5,000" be stricken
out. The committee are of the opin
ion that the Postal Bureau is well and
economically administered and shows
a considerable revenue over expen
ses. They do not feel justilied in
recommending any further reduction
in the expenses of this Buieau- in
fact the post-masters and mail-carriers
aie now under instead of over
paid. They call the attention of the
MiuisUr of tiie Interior to needed
Report was received and tabled for
consideration with the Appropriation
From the same committee Noble
Homer also read a report to the ef
fect that they had visited the Bureau
of Customs and advised by way of
retrenchment the following reduc
tions, viz. :
Salary Collector-General to 8G.000
Salary Deputy Collector-General
to 85,000 from 8G,000.
Salary Harbor Master to 85,000
Salary Storekeeper to Sd,000 from
Sulary 1st Statistical Clerk to 83,
000 from 83,000.
Salary 2d Statistical Clerk to 82,
dOO from 83,000.
Salard 3d Statistical Clerk to 82,
dOO from 83,000.
Salary 4th Statistical Clerk to be
Reductions were also recommended
in nearly all thu other items in sal
aries in the Bureau and the following
items to be struck out, . e. : Salaries
of Collectors at Kawuihue, Lahaina,
Koloa and Kealakeakua.
Report was tabled for considera
tion with the Appropriation Bill.
Rep. White gave notice of a bill
to encourage the manufacture of
jams, jellies and fruit syrups.
JJoble Thurston gave notice of
bills, (1) to di-fluc the disposition of
the Ciowu Lands and the income
therefrom; (2) to encourage th
cultivation of coffee; (3) to regu
late thu construction of sidewalks.
Cleik McCitrthy read answers from
the Minister ot the Interior to ques
tions relative to (he construction of
the sea-wall at Waikiki, and to the
effect that: "One of the wooden
bridges was framed by the Superin
tendent of Public Works mid erected
by the Road Supervisor; the other,
a culvert, was eonsl meted hy the
Komi Supervisor, There was no
coiiliaut (or mat ui lid. Cement was
not contracted for, hut pumliusitd In
lots from time to lime as required,
The ren?nn wn becaui) It wn9 con
sidered that it could be bought from
lime to time at lower rates in the
open market. 1101 barrels were
used in all, nf which G91 cost $4.26
each and 437 cost 84 each."
The Cleik also read a communica
tion from the secretary of the Inter
Island Steamship Company, in which
the company placed the steamer Wol
aleale at the disposal of the Sanitary
Committee and special committee ap
pointed to visit the Leper Settle
ment; leaving port hete on July 2
ami returning again July d.
On motion of Rep. Smith the com
munication was accepted and the
Cleik otdered to return a proper re
ply, conveying ilic tlnnks of the
Assembly and saying that the mutter
would receive further attention.
At 10:50, on motion, the Assem
bly resolved into Committee of the
Whole, Rep. Smith in the chair, and
proceeded to consider items in the
Minister Parker moved that a new
item be inserted in the Department
of Foreign Affairs, to wit, "Ex
penses of Hawaiian Exhibit at Chi
cago Fair, ." Carried, and
item was then referred to the con
sideration of the Committee on For
eign Relations. .
Two deferred items "Envoy at
Washington 812,000," mid "Clerical
aid and expenses of Legation 82000,"
attracted the attention of the Com
mittee. Minister Parker was desirous of
having the item discussed but
thought it might best be considered
by a committee. He did not think
tho salary was any too large, but it
was best for the House to know the
incumbent was the right man in the
Noble Walker did not think that
the personality of the incumbent
should be discussed. It waj neces
sary to have a representative at
Washington. Ho would move that
the item pass as presented.
Noble Thurston approved of the
sentiments of the previous speaker.
It was very necessary to have a rep
resentative at Washington now. In
easier times in the past it may not
have made so much difference, but
now we needed some ono to push our
interests. We were now in the dol
drums of political life and needed
assistance. Favored the item as
Minister Widemunn read from the
report of the Minister of Foreign Af
fairs to show the protest entered by
the late Hon. H. A. P. Carter against
the action of the United States,
which was like the speech of the
lamb to the lion, the little to the
gr at, yet it was very necessary and
did do some little good. America
was our nearest and dearest neighbor
and we should cultivate the friend
liest of relations and retain our rep
resentative at headquarters.
The Chair asked what would be
the effect if we were to withdraw our
representative Iroin Washington?
Noble Marsden (horrified) War!
Mr. Chairman, war! and, just think
of it, war in our present condition !
Look at the state of our army I We
must pass this appropriation, Mr.
Minister Widemann said the mem
bers seemed to be most desirous to
discuss the personality of the pres
ent incumbent. If he was not satis
factory he would have to quit and
make room for some one else. But
that was not now the question.
Rep. Kamauoha said that when the
item was presented the other day
there was no information obtainable,
and the item was deferred. Now,
although no further information had
been presented the same members
were desirous of passiug the item.
He had read in the newspapers that
our envoy at Washington was work
ing m favor of annexation. If that
was so then there was trouble ahead.
We learn that if he is, the Ministry
have no knowledge of it, and he,
Mr. J. Molt nuiith, seems to be
working on his own hook. No one
could tell how long the present Cabi
net would stay in, and if our repre
sentative abroad was injuring us lie
should not be allowed to stay. Moved
reference to the Ways and Means
Rep. White said that a great many
people were taking interest in this
question, and information had been
obtained that the representative is
woiking against the interests of every
Hawaiian in the Kingdom. A new
Cabinet in favor of annexation may
bo formed and they will find u sir ng
support for their annexation schemes
in tho man at Washington. He be
lieved in referring tho Item to a com
mittee. Let them investigate and
report. Walls have cars and it h td
been reported that lately several
Cabinets have been formed, in which
Hawaiians were entirely ignored.
Hoped thu foreigners would not pre
cipitate a vote on this question.
Minister Parker stated that he was
hi favor of reference to the Ways
and Means Committee.
Noble Thurston was opposed to
reference, he thought the idea ridi
culous. Minister Widemann stated that
Minister J. Molt Smith had been u
i friend of his for thirty-four or thirty-
live years, lie considered tue minis
ter ton prudent u man to make thu
statements mentioned in thu inter
views. If he did make any such ut
terances as those ascribed he had
done so absolutely without the know
ledge of the Cabinet, they knew
nothing about it. He (the .Minister
abroad) was not Justilied in so doing,
and if one-half of what is credited
to him was said then he was nut the
limn to hold the position.
Noble Maufarlauu considered the
discussion wui useless. How did the
Cabinet know that the ropieseutativu
hail not miidu the statements referred
Minister Parker uuiil that hu had ob
tained dippings of thu alleged Inter
views mid hud furwurdud tliuiu to
Dr. Snillli nnd w'otiul 'p'olwbly ri f
ceive answer hy Iho next mail.
Further discussion was Indulged
In until tho" noon hour win naehed
and teeess was'hnd until 1:80, p.m.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
TiiGbund will play ut Emma Square
II. B. M. S. UHAMl'io.v is with us
Hon. R. W. Wileox was sworn in as
member of the Legislative Assembly
Diamond IIua'd, 3 p. in. Weather
hazy, wiutl litHii east; 11. B. M. S
Champion nir port.
A Yottxn native girl was severely
reprimanded in the I'lilieu Court this
nnmiing for ili-uhedii-uei to patents.
Two Japanese muidcicrs arrived on
the Claiiiline from Maui yesteidny.
They will bo hanged on September
David Richard was arrested yester
day for the larceny of a wnleli valued
at .1510. Richard will bo tried on Wed
nesday. Tiik yachts have all come oil' the
Murine Railway. The Scotch yacht
took a spin in the harbor on Saturday
Til krk were twelve cases of dm nken
ncsa settled in the Police Court this
morning. The catches weie all made
on Sutuiday night.
.1. P. Mokoan will hold a sale of the
household furniture of J. Ouderkirk
ut tho residence (Charles Lucas's on
Scliool street) to-morrow at 10 o'clock.
A chance to secure household goods,
The Royal Band will play at Kanie
liamcha Schools from 2 to 4 p. in. to
morrow, and tho public is invited to
attend and hear the music. Closing
exercises, for which invitations have
been issued, will lake place in the ev
ening. Pkesidknt Harrison has been re
nominated by the Republicans. The
Democratic convention in Chicago is
ut sixes and sevens, with but a slim
chance for Cleveland. This news is
forwarded from .Maui by our corre
spondent. The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Auents.
YANKEE DOODLE !
4th of July, 1892.
Grand Excursion tS Picnic
- TO -
J-The Royal Hawaiian String Bunil
and Native Singer?, under the person il
direction of Prof. Ucrger, will bo In at
tendance to furnish music for Danc
ing, etc., during the day.
TRAIN'S LK WE HONOLULU at 7-:l(i.
o, to, ii, 12, i, a. :i, -i anil -l:S0
RETURNING LEAVE REMONI)
OKOVB at !). 10, 11, 12, 1, , 11, 4, 5
anil (! o'clock.
Popular Rat's of Faru:
Jipan.sj Wrost iny! Foot Racing!
Horsu Racing! Tug-of-War!
And Othur ports!
TRAINS LEAVK HONOLULU at 7:."0,
'J, 2 and 4 :30 o'clock.
RETURNING LBWK KWA MILL at
8:40, 10:38, :i::i8 and r,:Vi o'clock.
Popular Rates of Fare:
FOlt RENT or 1jBA.SE
jwi.i rPHK I'remUes on Kinnia
-JijiW ' street lately occupied by
4li8&& A. 11 Nttoue, a New and
Desirable Houe containing Kitchen,
Iiatliioom, etc , etc Also, Outhousee
on Ihu pi unities, will bo rented or
leased Po?u.ilm given 1st of July.
Apply on the piemlses.
455 I in A. II. NAONK.
.L I ii. oiuiuu uiiu x luiuinvn
e a ml' .......... t i t....
j- ii. to x.iiiiiiu sirt'ui,
oppnnlto the residence of Mr.
.laini's Campbell, biiloulug to tho Es
tate of (Jlnis. hong, deceased. Apply lo
I5S1UI F. A. f' HAEFKR.
TO 1AJ '
HOUSE below the I'rl-
A sou, contain 5 Kooms,
Diulngiooiii, Pantry, Kitchen
Rent $15 per mouth Apply
L. P. FERNANDEZ.
At II F. Wlehnmu'h.
TO Lid I
rpWO Now Collage lo let
1. on I'liiit'hliowl stiect.
111 Niiiutuii si t lit.
.s-, j i'f jit. (J
riuliiio Ki'iinioH Hindis to j sdiowliitf n lino lino ol' Hitin
o it I or Iron i IntoHt hIjIoh of I Hot) untl othor st.vlo 1'nrlor
niotiliiiiiKH. HoiiiivRllon of I HiihoIm, Wall Mraokols nnd
old lt,nroH a Hiiti)iiilty at Window CoroicoH at. n'UnH
lUiig UroH,, llotol Hlruul. ' tmwt tho tlnios.
T1112 efUfncy of hot water in inflam
matory conditions cm hardly he
overrated. To n limited extent its
value has long benn known. Our
grniidinoihers mndn tue of uoolun
el.jths dippul in hot water us n sub
stitute for hui-Wiitur bugs, At present
tin- worth of tliis remedy in utmost nil
formv uf pidn is generally ieeiigiii2-d
by i he ni'Mleul pmfusg'ntt.
Hot cloth-, however, nto not con
venient if appMlMtlnlli it ro il pi tnWi-l
Iho clot lie, md i liny sunn uoul and
lequiiv repeated dipping. Thu riiblur
bag is in every reap -et mipuri'ir. Ow.j
btoiigbt to Hie pnifier tiMiipuraune,
tho heal is long r. lamed ; it is neat,
and irty of sppln nlioii.
We li.iu I hem in sizes of 1, 2, 3
and -1 ipiai t8.
Evi-iy lioiiMhild should Iiiimi one
at least ready for an einergency.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner h'ort V IvIiilc "trM!tn.
ATrip lo tana Loa
Great Grater of Mokuaweoweo.
Special arrangements have been
made by the Volcano House Company
for tending a party to the top of Ma
THE PARTY WILL LEAVE HO
NOLULU ON THE STMR. HALL
ON JULY lfi nnd return on the
steamer Kiuiiii arriving in Honolulu,
THE PRICE FOR A ROUND
TRIP TICKET, including steamei
fare, animals, guides, blankets, foods
anil all expenses will be 100,
which includes all of the regular ex
penses of a trip to the Volcano. The
trip includes a three days' stay at the
Volcano House after the return from
SJST" rickets run he obtained fp-ni
thu Intei-NIauil Sti'.un Navigation
Co., and full inforiiiaiiiiii will In sup
plied by said Cniiip.iii. . E C M c
k.iii.a.vi:,Tiimmiioi.iii 1,. A. Turns ion,
Secielary ol the Volcano Ouiuau
At plication- fur ticket slmii'd b
made immediately an titu intuitu! wi 1
KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE.
Honolulu, June 21, 181)2.
Is showing a beautiful line of
In the pieiced woik now n popu
lar ami at pi hi:.-, wliit-li jolt will
tie G ods
H. F. WICH1
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
i . On and after May 1st,
&&&. Ifi'J-'. the New and De
STlunrnfrn. slritlilii Modern ltesiilence
&-o the tiuiler.it;iied, on
'l'hiiotou Avenue, containing Lai go Par
lor. Dining Room, Conservatory, Two
Hedrooius, Ore-slug Room with Station
ary Withstand ami Cellar Waidrobe,
lliitlirooni with Patent CloMit and Hot
and Cold Water attachment, Pantries,
China Clo-ct and Kitchen with New
Range, Hot Water Holler and all attach
Largo and convenient Stable on thu
piciuihcs containing two large box-stalls,
carriage, luirne.-s and feed rooms and
UlouuiU liOOx-200, hcailtlflill) laid out
and teiruce(l. The view is ttimui iiu.-oil
i hi Honolulu.
For further particulars eco
W. U. ASULKV,
UHO-tf O. It. & L. Co.'s Depot.
CJ 1 -rix rv H -X1N JL-0
tor Portland, 0., & Victoria B. C.
The 8. S. 'TALMAS
Of the above l.lue will bo duo at
Ami will have Immediate dUpatch fur
iciy For Ficlght or l'asage apply to
THEO. H. OAVIES & CO,,
411 171 Agents.
MuHHTK. IVIIIf Hl'OH. JlI'll
prta"! fi 9
HAWAIIAN J1ARDW A RE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprockets' IJaiiK, Honolulu.
0 II &, ft i m u A 4 d U ii 1 1 1 u if
BREWERS OF FSNE
Pure Malt and Highest Grade Hops 1
B(Bf" No Corn or Com pr"parations u e I in plan- of Milt, as is done
by oilier Eastern Breweries, in order ti i lieapen the e .si of their Ik-er,
and lo compete with our wurul-ri'iiowiii ii a I ju-.ih famed article.
With the Completion of the Wew Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity : G kettles every 2-1 hours, G.O00 Harrcls, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Mathuiai.: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,500 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Prcp-ari lions are used in the manufacture
of the Anheuskk-Busch Rker. It is, therefore, the highest priced, but the
most wholesome and really the least expensive, for its superior quality.
Annual. Shipping Capacity: 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
. ty ' i mi-
Tho Anlieusor-Bti'-ch Co. have carried off the highest honors and the
highest class gold medals wherever they have competed. At all of the
International Exhibitions, throughout the world, their Ueer excelled all
This Company have prepared a special brand of their highest grade
Beer, for the Hawaiian Islands, known as "Ml'KOl ALi IJItl'JW," with
a handsome label and in white bottles, which with their best ' LJXLMHT
ANIIEU.SER" in dark bottles, heretofore inported, wo will now
supply to the trade in tpianlilies to suit.
(i. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
I . I . I ll.l. I.MM
04 Fort arrest, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TRIMMINGS I
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