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FRIDAY, JULY 1, lSOi!.
Royal Hawaiian Bandsmen on
Thoy All Refuse to Play Because
a Some are Discharged by Dooree
of the Legislature.
The members of the Koynl Hawai
ian Bawl, one ami all, went on a
strike this morning, to the utter eon
I sternation of Prof. II. Merger. The
Legislature the other day passed a
resolution deciding to dismiss teu
members, of the baud for economy's
sne. The boys when acquainted of
the, fact held a consultation with the
suit of deciding that if the men
were dismissed the whole crowd
would leave. The boys were true to
their resolution, hence the absence
of the band from the dcpaiturc of
the S. S. Monowai this afternoon. A
meeting with the Minister of Finance
was held at 2 :.'!0 o'clock this after
noon. HEAVY TELEGRAPHING.
The Western Union telegraph of
fice in San Francisco had eight cir
cuits open to Chicago during the
Democratic convention. All being
multiplex except one these circuits
made an equivalent of 17 single
wires, four of which were direct to
the convention hall. From S a. 'in.
of June 22 to 3 a. m. of
June 23, the number of words of
press matter furnished to San Fran
cisco was 127,000, besides 7000
words of convention bulletins for
public display. The time occupied
by the bulletins in reaching San
Francisco from the convention hall
was from half a minute to two min
utes, and the announcement of Cleve
land's nomination was displayed on
the Chronicle bulletin board tiitcen
seconds after it took place in Chi
cago. Great precautions were taken
to keep the lines in working order.
In addition to the regular line re
pairers extra linemen were employed
and stationed a few miles apart clear
across the continent.
A HARD CUSTOMER.
A native prisoner named Paunahe
as brought from Kona on the ste iin
er "V. G. Hall this morning. Pan
nahe has been convicted on fuin
charges, two for stealing cattle, one
r.deserting contract service, and coin
mining adultery. He is a hard cus
tomer and will take lodgings with
Captain Tripp in Oahu Jail for the
next three years, breaking stones on
the road for exercise.
C. J. IW Cakthy h.i6 lots on Lilibn
street foi -tile. 3-tf
Aktkk Miaving iifco Cucumber Skin
' Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agontb.
I hi Niiutx relieved at once by Cu
cumber '1 onie. Benson, Smith it Co.,
The BruiibWiek billiaid parlors are
the inot elegant pleasure resort in
"Whbiik fehall 1 bee you this even
ing?" ' Oh, Mime old place, the
J A. K. Weill's furniture will bo sold
at auction by James F. Morgan on
'i liurMlny of next week.
Ai.nmiT Loomakh asks any creditors
ho may have to bend itemized bills to
his addicts given and thoy will be
jiu id in full.
Tims oflicial program of tho celebra
tion of (ho 110th anniversary of the
Indcpcndrrncu .of tho United States
appears in this ismie.
IJbi.il iouh ooii'eo and chocolate will
. . served every morning early at tho
i.ieo lee Cream Parlors, Ludwigbon,
l rn, Hotel street. 1-tf
sek the gViwing Jth of July au
cincnt Jf the I. X. L, in this
lluitfiH the place to equip
ves with fiieworks.
V kih asks that all bills duo
bo jiR-ueiited l(of(iiu July 10 for
uient, and icquircs all owing him
ake payment before that date.
itUhbji.vKiNO, Cutting and Fitting
' at Imlicb' houses. Perfect lit
untced. MISS WOLF, 73 Bere
a htieul, or Mutual telephone 000,
'( 8 a. in. or 5:30 p. m. 8-3m
S8 vLyi.ii, lately book-keeper
Jigan & Ounn, is .-"enured t" Uc
graphing and typo-writing at
rate rales. Graduate of Jleald's
H'bb C'JIege, y .n Fianuit-co.
wnli CJ. AHcaithy, 35 .Mer
uit ret. 2-lni
raveling man who chanced to
tho store f E. V. Wood, at
i'S KoSlcs, Pa., says while liu
ailing- see Mr. Wood, a I. tile
mo in with an empty bottle a-
C hatubcrlain's Pain Balm and
"Mamma wants anothei but-
that medicine; she says it ie
I medicine for rheumatism she
ed." 50 cent botiles for ulo
Jcalr- Ue'usoii, Smith &Co.,
FituiAY, July 1,18(12.
ZlIllI'lltllST H MMHIII.
Assembly convened at 10 o'clock.
MiiitiU's were read by Ihu Clerk and
Iiiti'tpreter. Minulejiiipprqved ns
The follnwitm petitions were pre
scuteil and n-feircd t
Minister Widemnnn presented a
petition from J. II. Paly for the ic
turii ot tuiuc-paiil luxe.
Ite). K iinauoha, from residents of
Kakauko, that water pipes be extend
ed in that district. To Committee
on Public Lands.
My Rep. Kauealii, from a resident
of the district of Kan, Hawaii, that
S 100 be paid him for alleged land
By Rep. losepa, "1J that the sub
sidy now paid to the steamer Mokolii
be discontinued because she carries
lepers; 2J that the sending of lepers
to Kalawao be discontinued. To the
By liep. Kamauoha, from rea
douts of Kakaako, that an electric
light be established in that district.
To Committee on Public Lands.
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee mported Mills 80, 81, 74
and 79, and the answer of the At
torueytieiu'ral to questions pro
pound d li. Rep. Waipuilani, rela
tive to the police, as printed.
Rip. Kiipanu, from the Committee
on tin- Peter Lee road, read a mino
rity report on the subject recommend
ing Hie payment of S3000. Signed
by Ri ps. Kapahu and Kamauoha.
"Noble Young presented a majority
report on the same subject to the
eil'ect that they recommended the
purchase of the'road at SG000 under
certain conditions. Report was
signed by Minister Spencer, Nobles
Anderson and Young.
Un motion both reports were laid
on the table for consideration with
the Appropriation Bill.
At 10:35 the order of the day was
moved and being carried the Asseui
bh resolved into Committee of the
Whole, for consideration of items in
the Appropriation Bill, Rep. Kauna
mano in the chair.
Post Olllce Bureau, continued.
The first item, "Salary clerks,
S3G.000," was presented.
Noble Marsden moved that the
item read 33,120.
Rep. Waipuilani considered that
the placing of the amount in a lump
sum gave opportunity for unjust dis
crimination on the part of the head
of the bureau.
Rep. Smith did not understand
how the Assembly could discrimi
nate in the matter, as they could not
judge of the capabilities or work of
the different clerks.
Noble Macfarlane believed that the
di-cri-tion of dispensation should be
in Hie hands of the Postmaster-Gen-eial.
Nnlile 15 ddwin favored the amount
being p.i-b- d in a lump sum.
Rep. BiimIi said that it had been
-t licit lliat the employees had a
cKitici to complain if they were not
treatid liyht in the matter of sala
ncs. lie would say that there was
un I ear of that, for the very reason
tliat one tune some did complain, but
lour of them were discharged by Mr.
Wundenberg. It was a want of
principle which allowed the head of
a bureau to dispense the salaries at
his own sweet will.
Rep. losepa considered that it was
a mistake to vote the salaries in a
lump sum. The Assembly was like
the parents ot a family, they should
do the carving and apportion the
Rep. Smith asked the Ministry if
it. was their opinion that the sura
should be voted as a whole or in sep
arate sums. lie would ask the rea
son for the presentation in a lump
Minister Wideraann said that it was
an ancient custom with no special
ica-on lor it. As far as the Minis
try weie concerned they were not
commuted to the item in an' way.
Niiblu Baldwin considered that it
might be well to name the salaries of
Un. chief clerks in the different de
partments of the Bureau and pre
sented a memoranda allotting salar
ies as follows: for the Secretary,
1,200 for the period; Sunt. Postal
Savings Bank, 83,000; Supt. Money
Order Department, 83,000; the rest
of the amount for salaries to be pass
ed in a lump sum.
At this hour, 12 o'clock, Noble
Pua moved recess until 1 :30 and the
EARTHQUAKE IN KAU.
The steamer W. G. Hall brings the
news of a severe shock of earthquake
having been felt at Piiiialiiu on Sat
urday last, happily with no serious
damage. The shake was felt plainly
by everyone. For several days pre
vious slight shocks were felt at Pa
hala. The spook scare still prevails
and the more superstitious people of
the district are of the opinion that
Madame Pcle has commenced opera
REPUKT OF R. M. S. S. MONOWAI.
Honolulu, July 1, 1892. Arrived
at 0:15 a. m. Union S. S. Co.'s R.
M. S. S. "Monowai," 3500 tons. M.
j Carey commander. Cleared the Gold
en Gate at 3 p. rn., Juno 21, mid had
' line weather throughout with moderate
' N. K. trades, and took pilot aboard
1 off Honolulu as above, Sailed for
the Colonies at 2 p, in. to-day.
i i i m mi
The lic-4 spring medicine is a dose
it iwii t.f St. Patrick's Pills. They
imt only physio but cleanse the whole
i sybtciu and purify the blood. For
I Bale by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents,
.1 1 T(J -at4 - 180 a
illy 4, 1892.
5 16th ANNIVERSARY
Independence of the United
States of America!
Literary Exercises at Mnsic Hall
AT 10:15 A. M.
HON. J. B. ATHERTON, . . .President ot the Day
ADDRESSES 11 Y
It. II. HOES, Chaplain U. S. N and
His Exor.Li.KscY JOHN L.STEVENS.
W. K. VAN REYPEN, Reader of the
Declaration of Independence. Rkv.
E. G. BECKW1TH, Chaplain.
By tho Band of the U. S. Flag Ship
San Francisco, Carlo Conlrado,
Quartette and Chorus under the di
rection of A. E. NICHOLS.
Programme of Literary Exer
cises at Music Hall,
10:15 a. m.:
Overture Pique Dame. .. .". . . .Suppe
Band of the U. S. Flagehip San Fran
cisco. Invocation Rev. E. G. Beckwith
National Song.. Star Spangled Banner
Instrumental and Solo by Lieut. L.
M. Garrett, and Chorus in which
the audience are requested to
Reading of the Declaration of Inde
pendence By W. K. Van Reypen, Medical In
spector, U. S. N.
Song Columbia the Gem of the
Mrs. It. D. Walbridgo and Chorus.
Addresses By R.R. Hoes, Chaplain U.
S. N., and His Excellency John
Duet For Flute & Clarionctte
Band of the San Francisco.
Closing with America; the audience
are requested to join in singing.
General Programme !
JULY 4. 1892.
At Music Hall 10:10 a. m.
A Salute will bo fned by the U. S.
Flagship San Francisco and the Shore
Battery at 12 m.
Commencing at 1 i. m. by the crew
of the U. S. Flagship San Francisco:
by the Blue Jackets.
Whale Boat Race,
by the Firemen and Blue Jackets.
All Comers' Race,
Under tho Auspicesof the Hawaiian
Rowing & Yachting Association com
mencing at 10 :30 a. n. Prize Donated
Hawaiian Challenge Cup Pennant
Between nines of the Crescents and
Hawaiis at Makiki-Bascbiill Grounds.
Winners' Prize, $25 00. Admission to
at the U. S. Legation by His Excel
lency John L. Stevens from 3 to
f:30 p. M. Closing with a
Hawaiian Hotel, July i
8:30 P. M.
M. M. Scott, II. W. Sovoranco, A.
E. Nichols, W. II. Ilooga, F. B. Mc
Stocker, J. A. Oilman, Chas. Wilder,
R. D. Walbridge, J. W. Winter, R.
J. Greene, R. W. Anderson, O. II,
Eldridge, G. II. Paris, W. F. Allen, J.
W. Pratt, K. F. Bishop, W. P. Boyd,
G. W. Smith, G. P. Andrews, F. S.
Dodge, G. K. Wildor.
Literary Prof. M. M. Scott, H,
W. Severance, A. E. Nichols.
Ball J. A. Oilman, W. P. Boyd,
G. K. Wilder, J. Wr Pratt, O. T. Wil
der. Finance W. F. Allen. Geo. H.
Paris, R. J. Greene, F. B. McStocker,
O. T. Wilder.
Si'ortb and Yachting R. W.
Anderbon, It. D, Walbridge, J. A. Oil
July 4, .1892,
GoamenclDg at 10:30 a. m. Sharp.
Open to all Yachts over 5 tons and
not exceeding 10 tons in measure
ment, provided, however, that this
limitation shall not apply to Yachts
which were in Hawaiian' waters and
that entered for the race July 4,
The Hawaiian Challenge Gup
and Pennant for 1892,
Donated by the Hawaiian Rowino
& Yachting Association in 1889, to
be sailed for annually and condition
ally under its auspices.
Won Julv -1, 1889, by Yacht
Won July 1, 1890, by Yacht
Won July -1, 1891, by Yacht
Yachts will assemble off the Pacific
Mail Dock at 10 A. m. A prepara
tory gun will be fired on the Judge's
boat at 10:15 a. m. The starting
gun will be fired at 10:30 a. ji.
IST" Courso to be sailed and
printed- rules can be had by the
sailing masters of each Yacht on
application to the Secretary. Lists
of entries will be open at the olllce
of the Secretary on Fort street until
2 i m., SATURDAY, July 2d.
C. B. WILSON,
J. M. DOWSETT,
C. P. IAUKEA,
W. M. GIFFARD,
H. F. WIGHMAN
Is showing a beautiful linu of
In the pierced work now so popu
lar auil at prices which you will
For Such High Grade Goods,
rpilOSE wishing to subscribe for the
X celebration of the coming Fourth
will thai Subscription Lists at the fol
Ilobron, Newman & Co,,
Ilolllster & Co..
Benson, Smith it Co.,
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
I5.'i St For the 1th of July.
Japanese Pug Dogs
t)3t Apply at oiioo to
W. S. LUCE.
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER H & BUILDER.
Jobbing proinptl attended to.
84 Dcrotanla St. "<Sf Ddl Tele. 280.
NOTICE Is heieby given that tho
undersigned will not be responsi
ble for any debts liieuiivil without his
A. II. NAONE.
Honolulu, June 25, 18')2. -100 2w
TIMBER enough to make 6000 cords
of Khewood or Charcoal at 50
cents a cord. Apply at
13 If Hawaii.
Wlion you wane a Portrait
Enlarged call on King BroH.,
gut their nrico lint ami nee
samples. They can't bo boat.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO.
ItlOHAItU A. MlCIJKIlY.
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LI ARS.1
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
tST For full particulars apply to
M. Ji-s. jor-B-
Aucton S-lcs by bwis J. Levey.
LAN DLOfflVS SALE !
Notice Is h-ri'liy eivin that In nrennl
anec with the law in such catus inmlis
and p'-oviiled. I will eausc to be sold the
following articles of llonng Chung Tong,
taken by me In distraining; for rent, to
1 Clock, 1 Medicine Cutter, 1 Bamboo
Lounge, 1 Step Ladder, 1 Folding Table,
2 Square Tables. 2 Chairs, 2 tools, 1
Lamp anil a quantity ot Medicines nnd
SSaY" Said sale will take place at the
Auction Salesrooms of I.kvvis .1. Li:vi:y,
Auctioneer, corner of Kort anil Oimnn
stioi'ts,onFRIAY,Jul5irth,atl0A m. I
-ir.s lot NG GOON.
A Trij to Mam Loa
Great Crater of Mokuaweoweo.
Special arrangements have been
made by the Volcano House Company
for sending u party to the lop of Ma
li ua Loa.
THE PARTY WILL LEAVE HO
NOLULU ON THE STMR. HALL
ON JULY If) and return on the
steamer Kinau arriving in Honolulu,
THE PRICE FOR A ROUND
TRIP TICKET, including steamer
faro, animals, guides, blankets, foods
and all expenses will be 100,
which includes all of the regular ex
penses of atrip to tho Volcano. Tho
trip includes a three days' stay at the
Volcano House after the return from
gijSfTickotp can be obtained from
tho Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co., and full information will be op
plied by said Company, E. C. Mac
rAUi,ANK,Treasurer,orlT. A. Thukton,
Secretary of the Volcano Company.
Applications for tickets bliould bo
made immediately as the number will
KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE.
Honolulu, Juno 21, 1892.
Yolcano House Rale
Special Rates For Families and
The Volcano House rates from and
after this date will be:
Round Trip, up and return by
biune route, 7 days $.10
Up by way of Kau, return by
way of Hilo, 11 days $70
Up bv way of Hilo, return by
way Kau, 11 days $80
Board and Lodging at Volcano
lloiiro, $1 per day.
To Holders qf Round Tiip Tiekeln
staying over, and any one Maying
over live days, $11 a day for all execs?
over live days.
To families or parties of four and
upwards, holding tickets and Maying
over, or staying after live day., $2.50
Chihhon under live, with parents,
Children between live and ten, half
KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE CO.
Juno 21, 1802.
1.1(1 1.1120 -it
iKno. a TTOUSE within 15 11111111103'
jftKh??Tjg LJL walk from Pot Olllce,
Iffi-fiAi? containing Dlningroom, Par
lor, :i Largo Sized Bedrooms, Kitchen,
Pantry. liiithroom, etc., etc. Address,
with full particulars. "P. O. Box 87."
-Mj&jl A NICE Cottage on llore
?Svs8 xX tiuilii stieet near Plltol
!i2i&3& street, coutaluiug I'aiior, Two
Bedrooms, Bathroom, Dining-room,
Pantry and Kitchen; Servant's Room,
Carriage limine, Stable, etc. Tramears
pass every 20 minutes. Apply olllce of
this paper. -158 tf
FOlt KENT or LEASE
rT"M!E Premises on Kiniiia
jl. nueui uueij uyuiipieu uy
A. B- Naone, a New and
leased. Possession given in of Jul
Apply on the preinibcs.
45.") Ha A. B. NAONE.
The best thing to Head to
your frieiiriH abroad is King
Bros.' Illustrated Souvenir
ol' Hawaii, -which is gotten
up tor the nurnoHo and la
not an advertisement.
Issues Every Desirable Form
HAVE OPENED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahunmnu Street, Ground Floor, with a
La Assortment of New Goads u "Benon"
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF -
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedge-wood & Other Fine Ware.
New Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Ete., Etc., Etc., Etc.
KSPRIOES 1.."EJJlTJO"BO -Sgffl
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
'V IX JK!
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old EsTAiti.isur.n
ICS GlBSlS & RoWOBtOB,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantation Tools, Implemunis & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Yacunm Oil Co.'s Lubricatiag Oils!
Always the same; mucin by a special
process and always reliable.
Carbolincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HAKDWAEE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Block, Fort & Mcrehaut streets.
I :S3hPL V
gmr?& cv vri a ,owk'eP
A LAUGE UNVOICE OF THESE
JUST RECEIVED BY
HOlLiSTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
10!) Kort N(rit. : : . : : : Honolnlii. II. I.
mmammiaMj.)-m , t .n u ra hhb wu
b e- a &2
104 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Gimraiitotid to bo Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Mis&es & Children.
aarTlio Adeline Black SloolciiitfiJ aro flio Best Made -KB
TO 1, 1ST
jmfk TYJVAI' I'KKMISES, 31
ttPoiSsa J Beretunl:i Mreut, opno-
KiVtHIm situ Foit-btieet Cliureli. All-
ply to It. I, MLLIK,
862 tl At Theo. II. Davlos & Co.
OF NEW YQML
of Policy I
General Ajzcnl for the Hawaiian Inlands.
ft ni ' s C w
1 .j, cpVO Nicely Kuriilslied
.'WfS 1 Booms centrally located,
feSiai Eiuiiilro Bui.i.ktin Olllce,
t 303 tf
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