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SATURDAY, .JULY 2, 1802.
0 8 S Gnolle. Pearnc, R tlnys, 18 hours
from San Francisco
Ger bk .1 U I'll tiger, from firemen
Sunr Valutaiialo, from Molokai titul
Slmr Clnudluc from Main
Stmr Mikidula from Kauai
Stmr MoKolll f rum Molukal itml Maui
Suhr Llliolllio from Knunl
Selir Mlllo Morris from Konlau
O S - Gaelic, l'enrue. for Yokohama anil
Hongkong at u p m
Am bk Mary S Ainus, Knowlos,for Ham
burg, via Lysan Hand
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stuir Ulnmllne for Kahulul. at 0 p m
VESbFLS LEAVING TUESDAY.
Stmr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at
10 a m
Stuir U It lllshop for Wntiumc, Wulalua
and Ivalmku at !) a in
Stmr Mokolii for Molokal, Lanai and
Maul, at u p in
Stmr Kilauea llou for ttukaiau and Oo-
Stmr ( lauiliue for Maul, at fi p in
Mini- Mlkahala for Ka al, .1 p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mokolii -fil bbls molasses, 0 1 bides.
K,o sheep, 10 calves, 110 pkgs sun
dries Stmr i laudlne VI bogs, 80 pkgs sun
dries Stmr JMknliiilii 700 bags sugar, 1170 bags
riee, SO grcon tildes
From Molokai and Maui, per stmr
Jlokolil, July 2 .1 Maefarlane and 1-1
Prom Maui, per stmr Cla inline, Ju
ly 2 Luikii Under, G Ilaminer, V
McOubbin and wife and 21 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikabala,
July 2 J A Hoogs, Miss Pape, Miss
M Green, J Hughes, Mr Vorstmaii,
Mrs A Dieier, 3 children and servant,
Dr Winter, AHss Gould, Mis Carter,
MisH S Gaiter, Kwong Lung and boy,
ml 22 deck.
Prom San Francisco, per O S R
Gaelic, July 2 Captain J C WatMin,
John Garlic and 4 Chinese steerage.
The S S Pabnas from llongkoug and
Yokobaina, is now due.
The American bark Topgallant, 122fi
tons, has been cliarteied to load coal at
Departure Hay for ibis poit.
The Mary Wiukelmati loads redwood
lumber at Eureka, Lai, for Sydney, New
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDltAL.
The services of the cathedral con
gregation, Third Sunday after Trii -itv,
will lie as follows: Holy Com
munion G :30 a. in. ; morning prayer,
11 a. in. ; Hawaiian evensong 3 :30 p.
in.; evensong and sermon 7:30 p.
in. All are invited.
The services of the Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow will be as follows: 9:45
a. in., Holy Communion with sermon ;
hymns 322 and 317; Kyrie by Men
delssohn in G ; Sanetus by Bridge
water in A; G:30 p. in., evensong
with sermon; anthem, "Give peace
in our time, O Lord," by Colcott;
hymns 228 and 22. Rev. Alexander
Mackintosh, pastor. All aie cordi
CENTUAI. UNION C1IUUCH.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
in. Subject of morning discourse
l3' the pastor, "Shall we legalize the
sources of tlie vices?" In the even
ing there will be a temperance ser
vice conducted by the Temperance
Committee of the Y'. M. C. A., with
several brief addresses. All are in
vited. CATHOLIC UATHEDKAI..
High Mass, 10 a. in. ; Rosary anil
catechism, 2 p. in. ; Sermon followed
.by the Benediction of the Holy Sac
rament, -1 :30 p. in.
Kvangelislie services will he con
ducted by the Y. M. C. A. in Belliel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
y. m. c. A. ham..
Evangelistic services in the Y. M.
C, A. hall, 0:30 to 7: 15 p. in.
The total number of deaths reported
lor tlie month of June, lb'J, was 4i,
distributed as follows:
Under 1 year.... 12
From 1 to a U
From fi to 10,... 0
From 10 to :0... 4
From 20 to ;(... 7
Fiom :50 to 10.... 0
Fiom -10 to 00.... Ii
From fit) to 00. .
Fiom (iO to 70..
Malts S5 Females, 20
lliiwailans 28 I Great llrltain.
Chinese S A mm leans ,
Poitttgtlcse 3 Other ualiniib...
Jaanco 3 J
cause or DEATH.
Disease of Heart
Dleuiibu of Liver
Itliciiuiatiaiu. .. ,
COMI'AltATlVi; MONTHLY MOUTAMTV,
Juno l-it-,8 11 June 1S1I1 70
June IKS'.) 'M June 1SU2 15
June 181)0 (!)
Annual death rale per 1000 per
mouth 2!1. 1"
All other nationalities 10.26
, ' O. II. Revnoi.hs,
Acnl Uoaid of Health.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Light mIhr at llamuku i.
Poi.otics in Kngluiiil is gutting red
hot. Tuk Bm.i.inis will not bo isMted on
Thk Garlic brought four Chinese
passengers for this port.
The Tramways Go. will run quarter
hourly cars on the Fourth.
Diamond IIkad, 3 p. in. Weatber
hazy; wind, high nortb-eaal.
Tin: K. S. Gaelic will sail (or Japan
and China at 0 this evening.
Thk Y. M. 0. Ulub meet to-morrow
utternoon at 1 o'clock at the club
11. M. Stanley was hooted down in
his first attempt at a stump Bpeeeh in
Don't foi get the ample train facilv
lies for getting tlie roan nuruor
breezes on the Fourth.
1'i.an tlie holiday by the oflicial
program and outside attractions ad
vertised in tlie Uum.ktin.
The Gaelic will take from this port
07 Obinameii, 4 women and 1 inluiit,
and 7 Japanese for the Orient.
Hawaiian Lodge of Free MaRons
will boltl a meeting for Important bus
iness at It o'clock Monday morning.
Uoth of to-morrow's diets of wor
ship at Central Union Church will be
devoted to the cause of temperance.
Oattain Wutfcon ai rived this morn
ing by tlie S. S. Gaelic, to take com
mand of the U. S. S. San Francisco.
The six Chinese who tried to outer
San Fiancisco from hence by the So
noma are being sent back on the
Chauncey M. Dcpew will not take
the Secretaryship of State. He pre
fers his seventeen "sarlainties" to one
The sailing of the cruiser Uoston
from San Francisco for Honolulu was
delayed, at latest accounts, for a fort
night fiom last Saturday.
The Scotch yacht brought here by
the ship Uenmore has been entered
for the regatta as "Uonnio Dundee,"
so that in inn be her name.
The steamer Waialeulo will leave at
7 o'clock this evening with the Saui
tary and Special Committees for the
Leper Settlement on Molokai.
A I'oktion of the Koyal Hawaiian
Uand will go to Maui with the steam
er Claudine's excursion, to play at the
4lh of July races at Kahului.
Key. Thomas T. Griffiths, chaplain
of H. U. M. S. Champion, will preach
at the 0 :30 o'clock service in St. An
drew's Catbedtal to-morrow evening.
The tug Eleu lias been placed, by
permission of the Minister of Interior,
at the disposal of the Regatta Com
mittee for the yacht racu, and will be
used as the judges' boat.
Hawaii is among the countries
named in a icsolution passed by the
United States Senate, authorizing the
President to request their governments
to send official delegates to the Pan
American Medical Congress to be
held in Washington in September,
The Rockland, Mass., Independent
of June 10 has the following item:
Mr. Henry Marchant, of the Hawaii
an Islands, who has been getting his
education in Uoston for tlie past few
years, was a guest of the Uriggses
last Sunday. He expects to return
to the Hands in another year.
Col. G. V. Mackaklane informs
the Advertiser reporter that the deci
sion against Waikapu Plantation Co.
was only to the extent of requiring it
to proceed by equity instead of jury
trial. The item in this paper yester
day was telephoned in the last mo
ment before going to press, when
there was no time to gain any parti
cular. The following gentlemen have been
appointed to act as judges in tlie
yacht race on the fourth of July:
Capt. Fuller, Capt. King, Capt. Grif
iilh. Capt. Fuller will act as starter,
and, in conjunction with the Hon. C.
U. Wilson, will also act as timekeeper.
Captains King.and Griffith will be on
the judges' boat and follow the yachts
over the course.
At its last meeting the Scottish
Thistle Club.piade special recognition
on the minutes of Miss Louise F.
Dale's beautiful rendering of "Annie
Laurie" at the Kauai Industrial
School benefit concert in Kawaialiao
Church. The singer's mastery of
the Scotch accent and dialect, besides
her delightful vocalization, was espe
The Yacht Regatta Conunitteo
will not issue any invitations to the
judges' boat to view tlie regatta, but
an admittance fee of $1.50 will be
idiarged to each person wishing to
board the judges' boat, and follow the
course of the yachts during the r;ice,
the number being limited to about
30. The committee do not guarantee
to furnish refreshments.
TiiKlurk Mary S. Ames sailed about
2 o'clock io-day for Lysan Island.
Captain Fieeth took 23 Japanese and
a steam launch to load the vessel at
tlie island, it is expected that if the
weather is favorable she will be load
ed in about two months, when the
schooner Mary Foster will he dis
patched from heie to bring hack those
who are not to remain at the island,
NOTICE TO MARINERS,
Captain I). Robiiison, of the burki
entitle Skagit, from Knhuliii, Maui,
reports to the llydrographiu Office
at San Francisco, that on June 12th,
in latitude 30 IS N., longitude 137
.15 W., he passod a wrock bottom up,
probably of 400 tons, quite Hat,
bilge copper all gone along the keel ;
had evidently been in the water for
a long lime. There was no wreckage
attached, and no sign of name on the
Satl'hday, July 2,
Assembly convened at 10 o'clock.
Minutes were read and approved.
The following petitions were pre
sented and referred :
By Noble Pun from Hanalei, that
the duty on rice be retained. Tabled
for future consideration.
Uy Rep. Xahinu from Molokai
that S2000 be appropriated for a
landing and S3, 000 for a well at Mo
lokai. To Committee on Public
Lands. Also from employees of
electric light works that their wages
be not reduced. To Committee on
Ways and Means.
Noble Baldwin from Finance Com
mittee presented a report on a peti
tion from J. Ilaalou, a mail-carrier
on Oaliu, praying that the sum of
8204 be paid him for services ren
dered and to the effect that this was
the tenth Legislature that the peti
tion was presented to for considera
tion, and it had always been rejected,
and the committee cannot obtain any
evidence that it should be paid,
therefore they cannot recommend
that the prayer of petitioner be
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee reported Bill No. 87
Rep. Smith announced that the
Visiting Committee to the Leper Set
tlement would leave for there at 7
o'clock this evening.
Noble W. Y. Homer read for tlie
first time a bill to impose a specific
duly on rice in certain cases.
Rep. Kanealii offered a resolution
that the sum of 83000 be appropriat
ed for the purchase of tjie right of
the Wilder Steamship Company in
the Kahului wharf.
. Rep. losepa presented the follow
ing questions to the Attorney-General
: 1 Have deputy sheriffs the
right to appear as attorneys in civil
cases? 2 Are they acting under
your instructions, if they do sor
Rep. Aki read for the first time a
bill to repeal tlie law relating to the
carrying of passengers and freights,
and the letting to hire of carriages,
wagons, carts, drays and other vehi
cles in the district of Honolulu.
Rep. Smith complained that one of
the papers supplied to members of
the House was always in a mutilated
condition on Saturdays. He strongly
objected to the practice.
Minister Parker said that some of
the members were looking at him in
a peculiar manner as though he was
the guilty party (laughter aud re
marks about "a guilty conscience").
In a convincing and most bland man
ner he denied tlie impeachment.
Noble Cornwell was aiso anxious
to clear himself before being charged.
He wished to be as it were, like
Caiser's wife, above suspicion even.
Rep. Smith said that tlie matter
lay between the President of the As
sembly and the Minister of Foreign
Noble Neumann considered that
the proper course would be to pass a
vote of censure on both the officers
Rep. Kaunainano offered a resolu
tion that the Advertiser reporter and
the Advertiser newspaper be expelled
from the Assembly on account of an
item rellcctiiig upon himself aud
published in the "House Notes."
The introducer spoke at length on
the subject and showed that the
special cause of complaint was his
being made secondary to a wooden
idol as a Chairman of Committee of
Rep. Smith said that he did not
consider the member should take
umbrage at the statement. He heard
Rep. Kanealii mentioned yesterday
in tlie House as a fog born.
Rep. Kaunainano said that he
could not read the item in English
but he had been told about it. He
felt aggrieved. He did not wish the
reporter imprisoned ; he only desired
to have him expelled.
Rep. Wilcox stated that ho had
looked over the paper and noticed
that the objectionable matter was not
in the regqlar report but in another
portion. He thought that if the re
pot ter was reproved it would be suf
ficient. Rep. Waipuilani said that the re
porter should be made to apologize.
Noble Horner had noticed deroga
tory remarks about him in the same
paper. He did not feel that he was
knocked, out, but it lowered the
writer in his estimation.
Noble Thurston said this was a
good opportunity to exposo a griev
ances. He had one against tlie Bul
letin. He thought that the griev
ance of Rep. Kaunainano, Noble
Horner aud his own should be re
ferred to a committee for investiga
tion to ascertain their extent.
Noble Cornwell said he also had a
grievance. The paper had this morn
ing, in its editorial, insinuated that
every Hawaiian member could be
bribed with a dinner. He had more
admiration for certain Hawaiians in
the House than he had for the paper
in questiqti or its editor.
Noble Marsdcn desired to say that
he had a grievance.
Noble Neumann objected to the
introduction of any more grievances,
Noble Marsdcn But tllia is a
great grievance and 1 must relieve
myself of the burden. That sume
paper had remarked upon his striped
clothes the other- day, and said that
Solomon had not been arrayed like
him. He wished to have his griev
ance referred to a committee.
Luughter.J His clothes were get
ting washed now aud he intended to
soon wear them again in defiance of
all editors and reporters. ("Laugh-ter.J
Noble Npiiiimuiii before nlttHHK
to intrude hi tittle speech would Ilko
to know if any other member had a
grievance, lion'l know whether the
member reads tlie Advertiser or not,
hut the manner in which it had writ
ten him the speakeij up during the
list campaign had essentially helped
him to victory, f Laughter. Tho
paper and ho worn loo great friends
laughter J to nllow him to vote for
this resolution. Kveu Hie other day
when he was a little under tlie weather
and was taking a needed ret the
paper had remarked that he was
qualifying himself for Attorney
Rep. White bad also a grievance
against both reporters, and he quoted
Irom the paper uiulir discussion re
marks about him
Rep. Kanealii was very indignant
and favored imprisonment for the re
poiter. Rep. losepa said that it was better
not to notice the matter. The pre
vious day during tlie confusion he
had heard Rep. Kanealii shout out to
the introducer of this resolution,
when in the chair, "Come down out
of there, you are not lit to sit then'."
That gentleman now was very indig
nant over this sin ill matter.
Rep. Smith offered tlie following
amendment, "That the repoiler of
the P. C. Advertiser be requested to
publish a suitable explanation or
apofogy to the Representative for
Hamakua for his apparently con
temptuous statement in the P. C. A.
Noble Young favored tlie amend
ment. He had been mentioned but
sheltered himself with a quotation
from Shakespeare, "He who lakes
offence at a loot makes himself the
greater fool." lie knew the contri
butor of the doggerel quoted ; it was
not written by the repoiler.
Noble Thurston spoke strongly in
favor of leaving tlie matter alone,
and in support of tlie liberty of the
press. He believed that it was in
the interest of the public to give re
porters the utmost freedom.
Noble Maefarlane did not agree
with the previous speaker, lie was
not in favor of letting the newspa
per off so easy ; favored the amend
ment of Noble Smith. He moved
tlie previous question.
On motion the resolution offered
by Rep. Smith was adopted.
The Assembly at 12:20 adjourned
until 10 a. m. Tuesday.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Baud
under the leadership of Professor 11.
Berger will give a concert this after
noon atFjininaSquaic,at4 :30 o'clock.
The following is the program :
March Detllir Lchnhanlt
Ovei Hire Hungarian Hela
Polka Cavalieis Falubach
Selection Italian Melodies. .Uempeolti
Walt Spanish students. . . . Waldteufel
Medley Yankee Tickle Beyer
Ilx " II ' ii in ii re."
The Pacific IIahdwaue Co., Ld.,
have just received from Kngland an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineuin Avenaiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
THK ellieacy of hot water in inilam
matory conditioiiH can baldly be
ovenated. To a limited extent its
value hiis long been known. Our
giaudmotherii made ni-o of woolen
elothh dipped in hot water as a sub
tjlilutefor hot-water bagn. At prcont
the worth of ibis remedy in almost all
foil)) of pain ib generally iccognizcd
by the medical ii ofchs'oi) .
Hot cloths, however, aie not con
venient of application; are apt towel
the clothes, and they kouu cool and
require, repeated dipping. Tho rubber
bag is in every respect superior. Once
bioughl to Ihu proper temperature,
the heat is long intained; it is neat,
and easy of application,
Wo have them in hucs of 1, 2, !i
aud -1 quarts,
Kvery household should lmo one
ul least ready for an emergency.
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
i,uu.tain j n. i
Coi'iiur fori fc Klntr c-twoln.
i IIOl'SK below tlie Pii-
.' V Min, contains 5 Konms,
Dinhigriiniu, Pantry, Kitchen
Kent Sl.'i per month, Apply
L. P. FKUNANUIM,
At U F. Wlchuiau's.
ALL peinous Invlug claims against
me will please finl In their lilllb
befoioJuly lOlii for payment. All no
counts duo me must be paid liefoie that
date, ah 1 Intend leaving the Kingdom.
A. K. WFIU.
Ilonolu'u, July I, lb'jy. 101 Iw
Piuturu Frames imitlt) to
orilor from laitost hIj'Ioh of
moulding. Itonovutioii of
old picluroH a Hpee.ialty at
King liroH., llotol Htreot.
4th JULY !
'V ! I B
Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
Fire Balloons !
Decorating Flags !
Toy Pistols !
Etc., Etc., Etc.
WILL BE OPEN
.r u i A7 -a, 1802.
TILL 10 O'CLOCK P, M,
H. W. LKDHUKK,
110 17l-2,'i '21 Proprietor.
THE LUM TDM PROPER !
Time make" ninny ehangos
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckeln' HauK, ILmuliilu.
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
WE HAVE rill-: VKKY
NEW TRIMMINGS I NEW RIBBONS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS 1
Special Reduction in School Hats
say FOR I WEEK ONLY -
CHiLDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CT3.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner l'orf So Hotel 1 i-'-ti-
We Will Sell THISWEEKat Reduced Prices
WHI1E DRESS GOODS, CORSETS, KID GLOVES,
RIBBONS, FANS, ETC., ETC,
2E2 PJOJNKJ H A T W ! -gS
Shoes & Boy's Clothing Etc., Etc.
S. EIIULJCJI & CO.,
Corner Foit it Hotel streets,.
4S1 tjL fe a
At Greatly ISuluccd Price,..
Cb-ii lie Poilicrcb ut $15 a Pair. Mack Headed Cape,, for Lariief, .fij Itedtieed
from .'TIS and .f20.
GENTS' WHITE SBIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A new line of Cballicw at -10c. pi r y.itd. 12-incb All Wool Ores!,
Goods, in Plain, Striped and Checl.ed, reduced frmii
$1 tu (it)e. pi r vnld, at
0. F. EIILEiiS & CO.'S, 89 FORT ST.
n Dres'-iiial.lni,' under tlie management of MLSS CLAKK. iqi
YANKEE DOODLE I
4th of My, 1892,
Grand Excimii fi Picnic
- t - i
toy Tlie Itoyal Hawaiian String I'.uud
and Native Mnner. under llm penoiu d
dlieetiini of I'luf. Heifer, will be in at
tendance to fuinixli in il)(- for Dale-.
Inj,', etc., during tlie day.
TRAINS LUAVH IIONOIA'Ll' at 7 Me.
Si, in, 11, P.', 1, .'. :, I ami l:;in
HinVKN'IN'U LKAVK ItlCMOXI) I
tJHOVKat 0, 10. II. TJ, 1, 2, a, I, 5 !
and (i o'clock.
Popular Rates of Fnro:
xcursiou to Ewa Plantation
Japani'so Wrestling I Fool Hacmijl
Horse Itacing! Tug-obWarl
And Olhor Sports!
'MAIN'S LI! VK IIONOLI'LI' at 7 :.io,
t), - and I :;lt) o'clock.
itrrmtNiN'o i.kwk kwa mill at
d.lu, lo:JS,.i:as ami S:-J o'clu k.
Popular RntoB of Faro:
7OC--110DI THIP 75c
awl . it's jilmut lime some
uimngus should be mtule in
your dinner sut. Tim now
duaigns in lTAVlUAftD
vhieh wu show is Lho best
change you van mnlce.
New Goods ex "W. G.
Irwin'' now on exhibition and
for -.ale. Prices much lower
LATKSP STYLUS IN
& Toques !
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
AUC1I0N SALE OF
Household Furniture !
On THURSDAY, .July 7th,
AT IO O'CLOCK ... Jl
At tlie Itesldeiiee of MIL A. K. WKIK,
No. -.' Kukiil niieet. 1 will bell at
Public Auction the
B. W. PLUSH PARLOR SET,
Wicker Hoekers, CuriaiiiN A. Poles,
Ituvelleil Plate lila-i Mirror,
New I'bamlclk-i',, Picture,
Oak Center Table,
4 Ash Marble-top Bedroom Sets,
.MaitriiK-e, .Moxpiito Nei,
t 'enter .V Sofa ltu',
It. W. UxtuuIon Table A: C'balrs,
Cioekeiy ,V UI.i.-sUulc,
I riAVILAN!) DINNER SET,
IS. V. sideboard, lied l.ouui!?,
Hanging Lump, Stove & l'tensll,
I New Tip Seat Brake,
,JAS. F. MO KG AN,
till It Auctioned.
uv 17 OH u term of years, tins
;TrM I Piop'-ity beloiif;lii(; to
W,iz5a& ibu KMato of Cliaa Lou, de-icai-cd,
rltiiated In Maima Valley ami
fur the pant ! .xe.iis bavins been occu
pied by A. A. Monluiio Tbero are two
piece,.; tlie III bt ctuiil.tiukr of a Lar;a
Pa Iduck on Hie WalMki Mile of tlie
upper Manoa loud and Mdt.ible foriow
wi almuiit anjlblni;, lint tueond on tbu
lli hide u lie upper Mauoa lOiiil, bi
inji a Large Padiloek ullalile 'r pa
tiuiiKK, lo'i ilier wild all lint ..aildlnj;
ilieieiiii. l'ueiuu jrlvtu at oueti. tor
UMillcuUr. miiiiIi lu
Ui J. V. Count UN.