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SATURDAY, JULY 10, 181)2.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Snn FiaiicUoo, Hear-Admiral
Brown, f i oin San Diego
Am bktne L'hinier, Dow. fi om San Fran -eiseo
Am schr Aloha, Johnson, from Sau
Am schr Alice Cooke, l'enliullow, from
Dan bk J G Lot., Nelon, from Hon
duras FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Iliel, Jlori, fioni Japan
USS Boston, from Sau Francisco, July
Am bktne Wrestler, liergmaii, from Syd
ney Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, Juno
Haw ship Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug 15
Nor sh Morning Light, Johausen, fiom
Newcastle, N S W
Am bk Maigaiet from Newcastle, NSW
Bk Greta fiom Newcastle, NSW
Stmr Waiinaualo, from Molokal and
Stmr Kiuati from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Mokolii from Molokai and Maui
Stmr .las Makee from ICauai
Schr Kulamauu from Kohala
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Schr Llliu for the South Seas
Stmr Jas Makee for Kauai
Stmr Mokolii for Molokal
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kiniiii 25S1 bags sugar, 324 rases
pineapples. 1 cauoe, 1G1 pkgs hides,
211 bales wool, 195 bags potatoes. 150
sheep, 2: pig, 3 mules, G horses, GO
bgs corn, 240 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Mokolii lii head cattle, 10 calves.
174 bags paddy, 21 bills hides ami 4
bbls coi ued beef.
StinrJas Makee 2004 bags sugar, 4!)1
bags seed cane, 100 bags rice and 1
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr Kl
iiau, July 15 dipt Chas Nelson, Tom
May ai.d wife, Miss Von Holt. W II
llaird, II Earlseliffe, John Waterhousc,
W 11 Ulce, Jr, U Jaeger, W Ihown, Jas
II Judd, Father Leonor and servant, A
Kliiinanii, W I) Schmidt, W V Goodale.
Miss Winter, Kev O 1' timereou, F Arin
strong, Bio Ignaelo, Uro Chnrles, I)
Anderson, A Anderson. J Anderson, G I
McCaity, S Taylor, wife and 2 childien,
MrsT llolllnger and 3 children, Mrs W
Edmonds ami child, A (Jockburn, W D
Alexander, Z l'aaklkl, Koki, J Maguhe,
Mrc Kaiiinau and child, C f Wight, Mrs
J 11 McKciilo and child, T H Mosuau.
Mrs II W Mist, O L Wight. Hon It D
Walbrldge and wife, L Von Tempfkv,
Mrs 11 G 'Headway, A D Baldwin, E it
llondry, 11 A Heen, wife and 3 childien,
and SO deck
From Molokal per stmr Mokolii, July
10 J F Brown, Mis Morse and 10 deck.
From Kauai per stmr Jas Makee, July
10 MishN Hundley, hliss Lindsay, (5
K Fahclilld, John Blown, wife ami
cjiild and 13 deck.
The schooner Alice Cooke is lying at
the accustomed dock, the foot of Fort
ThustcauuT Anstialia will take up foi
the Coast a light consignment of sugar
this trip. Shu will leave on Wednesday.
The Danish balk J S Lot will bo
moved out into the sticaiu next week to
avt'ilt a chaiter.
Ttlps to poits on ilnniakiia and Kauai
wjll l)u divided between the steamers Jus
Makeu and Pule.
The Aiueilcau bark Matilda which ar
rived yesterday, has not commenced
discharging yet, hut probably will on
Tlio baikuiitlnoS N CasUo has been
docked at the old Custom Iluiiso whaif,
wjii'io she commenced dUchaiglug her
deck load ths morning.
'1 ho steamers Kinau and Clatidlnu of
Wildcr'K S S llpu and Mikaltalti of the
ISN Co'sllno will leave on their iu
spectlve routes on Tuesday.
Work op the cabin of the schooner 14
llii not being lluished and ariangeuients
for ballast not being complete, her sail
ing has been postponed until Monday.
A CAMPAIGN SONG.
One of tlio Democratic campaign
Four yean- moio of Gruvor.
In wo go,
Out tlmy go,
Thuu we'll bo in clover.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Six more bills have been signed by
The bund will play at Emma
Square llils afternoon.
Diamond Hi:ai), 12 in. Weather
hazy, wind high northeast.
A fUNf! of prisoners is at work on
tlio Waialao load leading to Koko
Tun Y. M. O. Club will nieot to
morrow at one o'clock at tlio club
Enoine Co. No. 1 was "tight in it
with both feet" in getting to thu Cue
A CAUD of thanks fiom tlio family
of the lato Alexander J. Oaitwriglil
Foukion jurors will be required on
Monday morning at 9 :!!0 o'clock in
the Supremo Court.
Tin: ICamelianieha and Hawaii ball
teams cross bats this afternoon. This
is tlio last game of the lCiimebamelias.
The schooner Liliu will leave on
Monday for tlio South Seas and wil
take letters and parcels for Micro
nesia. An Lin, n Chinaman, was convicted
in the Police Court this morning of
violating can nice legulations and
lined $ I.
Captain Ch.is. Nehon, owner of the
Danish haik J. U Lot., atiived in
town from Hawaii to-day by the
Jas. F. Morgan will bold an un
deiwritoi's &ulo of general merchan
dise at the stoic of 11. llackfold & Co.,
on Mondav at 10 o'clock.
Executions and suizuies are of al
most daily occuiience now. A Chi
nese storekeeper's goods and chattels
were bcized this morning and stored
in the Police Station.
A slioiit mishap was caused to the
engine of Mechanic Engino Co. this
morning by its collision with the
stone sidewalk at Tiegloan's corner
while on its way to the liio.
Mil. W.O. Alw.iter has icsigned hi
position in the ollice of the Honolulu
Iron Woiks and will shortly leave the
Kingdom to go into business on his
own account in San Fiancisco.
Miss Calhoun, repiescnting the
San Joso Mercury, called at the Bulle
tin ollice to-day. She arrived by the
Australia and will go to the Volcano
by the Ivinau on Tuesday. Miss Cal
houn is delighted with the tiopical
beauties of Honolulu.
Mil. V. PoiiTEit Boyd, of the United
Slates consular service, is to be con
gratulated on bis ptomolion to the
position of Vice and Deputy Consul
General at Honolulu. In the short
time since Mr. Boyd has en ered the
Consulate, he has made many friends
by his courtesy and sunny disposi-"
A ctiitious incident happened to
Mr. L. G. Young, superintendent of
the dredge, to-day. Ho was coining
ashore at noon in a boat and when
near the Marine Railway a pigeon
alighted on his shoulder. Mr. Young
walked around town for about two
hours with the pigeon in that position.
A harbinger of good luck to the happy
GEOitai: Augustus Sala, the famous
journalist who visited Honolulu eight
years ago, was lately mobbed with his
wife in Loudon and roughly handled.
Ho had been attacking the Domestic
Servants' Unio'n iu his paper, and his
curiosity led him to take Mrs. Sala to
i-eo a meeting of the Union in Hyde
Paik, when he was recognized and set
upon by the ciuwd. Mr. Sala lost his
hat and hii wife's clothing was badly
POOR YEATES IS DEAD.
In yesterda3''s issue an account
was given of the barbarous treat
ment given to F. W. Yeates formerly
of Honolulu by the captain of a
steamer sailing out of New York.
Mr. Uruce Caitwiight has given us
the New York World of June 27,
which contains an account of the
man's death. lie was not allowed to
die, however, without further brutal
treatment. Early in the next morn
ing after being taken to Rich's hotel
from the dock, where lie had been
dumped off the tteamer and where
he remained - from 0 in the morning
until (5 in the afternoon, Yeates was
found to be dying. Tlio hotel clerk
insisted on the removal of Yeates to
the city hospital, and while being
conveyed there iu an ambulance he
died. Dr. J. I), McGill gave it us
his opinion that if Yeates had been
allowed to remain on the steamer he
would have lived to die at home, as
he had earnestly desired.
J. I' Morgan held some important
land sales at noon to ttny. Sales
under foreclosure of mortgages took
place (list. Rice laud at Koolaii
poko, some thirty-one acres, was sold
for 81000 ; property on Punchbowl
street now occupied by W. S. Luce,
SI 1)00; land on Merchant street ait
joining Lewers & CooUo's lumber
yard. 81700. Amount of Bales,
11)00. Two other sales, one of laud
at Wuinliole, Konlnu, and house ami
lot at Niupaipui, were sold for 8110
and 8700 respectively. 1'roperly on
Miller street was withdrawn owing to
theiu being no bidders.
A native woman afficted with can
cer in the breast was taken to Molo
kai two weeks ago for treatment hy
a kuhuua. The efforts of tlio kahuna
proved fruitless anil the woman died
at Halawa on Thursday night. The
deceased woman is a relative of A,
V. l'aehaolo, ex'-uiemburof the Legis
lature, Molokai would appear to
have its share of heathen impostors.
It is not long since the Luuui horror
was perpetrated, which was enough
to have sickened all sensible natives
I ol the murderous superstition.
KtuiiAY, July 15, 18'J'J.
Afternoon Hrnnln .
The Committee re-eonvened at
1 :10 o'clock.
The following items of salary were
considered and passed as follows:
Deputy Sheriff, South Kona,
Deputy Sheriff, Kan, 82010.
Deputy Sheriff, Puna, S'JCO.
Noble Marsden moved that the
rest of the item of Pay of Police for
Hawaii pass at 830,000.
A discussion followed which cov
ered the pay of not only Police on
Hawaii, but more paitieularly O.iliu,
and with special reference to Hono
lulu. There was an evident desire
to nvoid coming to vote on the sub
ject, and at 4: 12 the Committee rose
aud the work accomplished was re
ported back to the House ami ap
proved. Under suspension of the rules No
ble Neumann read for the first time
a bill to amend the law telative to
the retailing of sprituous liquors.
At 4:15 the Assembly adjourned.
Satuuiut, July 1G. 1802.
The Assembly convened at 10
o'clock. Prayer and reading of min
utes. Minutes approved.
The following petitions were pre
sented and referred :
By Rep. Kaiuauoha that an Eng
lish school be established at Kapu
kea, Kohala. To Committee on
By Rep. Iosepa, from liana, that
ecilain stuns be appropriated forcer
tain desiied improvements in the dis
trict. To Public Lauds.
By Rep. S. K. Pua, that the Pre
sident of the Board of Health be re
moved. To Sanitary Committee.
Miuister Spencer reported the fol
lowing bills as having been signed,
viz. : Bill No. 52, giving liens to
persons who pasture, feed or shelter
anininls. Bill No. 30, to regulate
the use of explosive substances.
Bill No. 35, to compel the drivers of
vehicles to carry lights during the
hours of darkness. Bill No. 88, re
lating to the preparation of jury lists
and drawing of jurors. Bill No. 3,
to authorize the coinage of certain
The Miuister of the Interior pre
sented, in answer to questions pro
pounded by Rep. Asliford in re nat
uralization of Chinese, a list showing
that 1C Chinese had been naturalized
since June 27th.
At 10:27 the "order of the day"
was moved and the following bills
weic read a second time and referred :
Bill 75, relating to Governors, to a
select committee of lions. Peterson,
Cornwell, Young, Kaiuauoha and
Bill 7G, relating to the distilling
of spirituous liquors; to a special
committee consisting of lions. White,
Kamauoha, Baldwin, Neumann, Corn
well and J. M. Horner.
Bill 77, to authorize the practice
of medicine by native Ilawaiiaus.
To Sanitary Committee.
Bill 78, the Hawaiian Banking
Act. To special committee consist
ing of lions. J. M. Horner, Cornwell,
Njiwalii, II. W. Wilcox, Smith, Neu
mann, li'na, Young, Widemann.
Bill 71) relating to the practice of
dentistry. To Sanitary Committee.
Bill 80 relating to the Hawaiian
Boat d of Health; to Sanitary Com
mittee. Bill 81, relative to the sale of
opium. To Opium Committee.
Bill 82, to prohibit persons under
twenty years of age from walking on
the streets after 7 p. in. To Educa
tion Committee. (Laughter.)
Bill 89, relating to tlio King's
Royal Guard. To Military Commit
tee. Bill 90, to provide a permanent
settlement for the widow of Kaulua.
To Committee on Permanent Settle
ments. Bill 92, to encourage the cultiva
tion of coffee and uiuiie. To Com
mittee on Commerce.
Bill 98, to permit the importation
of rice free of duty in certain cases.
To Hice Committee,
Bill 99, in regard to collisions at
seu. To Committee pn Commerce.
Bill 100, to require drivers of
trauicars to bo examined and li
censed. To Judiciary Committee.
Bill 101, relating to houses where
turo is cooked from which poi is
made. To Sanitary Committee.
Bill 102, to prohibit women from
riding in carriages or walking on the
stieets between the hours of sunset
aud sunrise unless accompanied by
her husband or father. Referred
amid much laughter, and against the
effoits of Noble Cornwell, to the
At 11 :55 on motion the Assembly
AN INCIPIENT BLAZE.
An atirm was rung this morning
at 8 o'clock for a lire at the foot of
Nutianii street, causing no little ex
citement and a crowd of people to
liuiry thither. The lire engines were
quickly on the spot, but their
servieos were not needed, us tlio tiro
was easily extinguished. It was in a
narrow passage between L. Adler's
sho store and a store kept by a Japa
nese. The origin of the lire is a
mystery, as the blaze was some dis
tance from the ground. A little girl
belonging to the Japanese ran out
and told Mr. Adlcr of the lire, and
that gentleman with the assistance of
others quenched the Uumu.
ST. ANDltKW's CATHEOIIAL.
The services of the cathedral con
gregation, Fifth Sunday after Trin
ity, will be as follows: Holy Com
munion G:30 a. m, ; morning prayer,
11 a. in.; Hawaiian evensong 3:30 p.
m.; evensong and sermon 7:30 p.
m. All arc invited.
The services of the Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedra!
to-morrow will be aa follows: 9:45
a. m., Morning Prayer with sermon;
hymns 255 and 23G; To Dcum,
Tours in F, anthem "Hear me when
1 call," hy King Hall. 6:30 p. in.,
evensong witli sermon ; hymns 370,
250, aud 231. Rev. Alexander Mack
intosh, pastor. All ate cordially
CENTltAL UNION CHUUCH.
Services of worship on Sunday as
follows- At 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Preaching b' the pastor. Subject of
evening discourse, "The economic
aspect of the question of legalizing
the vices." All are invited.
High Mass, 10 a. in. ; Rosary and
catechism, 2 p. m. ; Sermon followed
by the Benediction of the Holy Sac
rament, 4:30 p. in.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST.
Seventh Day Adventists will have
Bible meetings every Sunday even
ing, at the cornel of Punchbowl and
Evangelistic services will be con
ducted by the Y. M. C. A. iu Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
Evangelistic services in the Y. M.
C. A. hall, 0:30 to 7: 15 p. in.
Oscar Schussler was caught last
Wednesday breaking open a case of
Chinese liquor and taking out a bot
tle of sainshu. The case had just
been landed from the British S. S.
1'almas and Schussler was employed
as a dock laborer iu discharging the
steamer. Customs ofllccr Charles
Clark found the bottle in Scliussler's
pocket. He was arrested since then
aud was tried iu the Police Court
this morning. Schussler denied the
accusation and stated some natives
broke the case, got full on the liquor
aud left a bottle on thewharf. This of
course was believed not, and Schus
sler wa3 found guilty of larceny in
the 4th degree and sentenced to im
prisonment at hard labor for thirty
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
under the leadership of Piofessor II.
Berger will give a concert this after
noon at Emma Square, at 4 :30
o'clock. The following is the pro
Overture Titus Mozart
Fautasla Toreador aud Andalousc.
Finale Lohengrin Wagner
Medley Musical Delusions.. .Schremer
G.tvotte The Valley Bells Saektn-
Patrol -The Chinese Dttiia
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Lilihn
street for sale. 3-tf
An Kit shaving use Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
StJNiiuiiN lelievcd at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Betihon, Smith it Co.,
The Biunswick billiaid patlors aie
the most elegant pleasure icnoit in
"Wheue shall I seo you this even
ing?" "Oil, same old place, the
Bmiiswiek." - Gtf
TliK annual meeting of the corpor
ation of W. G. Irwin it Co., Limited,
will take plaeo on Monday, July 25.
Ladies' shampooing aud hair dress
ing done at their houses by Miss
Wolf, 73 Beielania flreet, Mutual
Telephone 090 8-3m
Dkljciouk ciiiieu and chocolate will
bo M'rved eveiy morning oaily at thu
Palace leu Cieain Pailois, Ludwigsou,
it Cioii, Hotel hi reel. 1-tf
Hustace t Co. will soil Alguruba
Firewood at $11 u cord cash deliveietl
free between the following limits:
Punchbowl, School and Lilihn streets.
J. F. MoitUAN Ins some valuable
real eslaln to tell at auction next
Tuesday, 'lhoie are four pieeos at
Waikiki aud one piece on Miller
Tub Minister of Foreign Attain, an
nounces thu ollicial recognition of
Mr. W. Porter Boyd as Victi and
Deputy Coiihiil General of the United
States of America at Honolulu,
Dit. LcLknnan has iciuoved to
Alakea btreet, opposite thu V.M, C,
A. hall, premises lately occupied by
Doctor Lutz, Ollie.o hours, 9 to 12,
2 to 4 and evenings (i to 7, Sundavs:
10 to 1. Bell Telephone, 197, Mutual,
OAKD of THANKS.
THE members of the family of Hid
late Alexander J. C.irtwright, de
sire to convey their deep gratitude
ft .(I warm heartfelt thanks to thu kind
It lends who caiuu to them in their
Mirrow a ml who contributed so many
beautiful llornl tokens of sympathy
and regtud to his memory. 473 3t
rpilE Annual Meeting of the Stnck-
1. holders of Win. G. Irwin it (Jo.,
(L'd). Will take placu at its ollice ou
MONDAY, July 25th, at 10 o'clock a. m.
W. M. G1KFAR1),
Secretary W. G. I. & Co., (L'd).
Mr. J. P. Blnizo, an extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly csenped oim of lite severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that stale during a
recent blizzard, says the Saturday
Jtvvicw. Mr. Blaizc had occasion lo
drive seveial miles dining the -storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour alter his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Maize
tent to the nearest ding store and
gui a Wiiile of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which he had nlteii
It siid, and tiiuk a number of huge
doM'N. lie say-' the effect was won
ihrliil and that iu a short time he
Ma bieatliiug quite easily. He kept
oh taking the medicine and the next
day wa? able to enine to Des Moines.
Mr. Blaize legards his cine as simply
wonderful. Kitty cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agent r.
They BiWy Like It !
li- -. . 4
IF NOT; WHY NOT ?
Prepared daily from Fresh Fruit, il
cannot be otherwho than wholesome,
rctrcshing and delicious.
Our leading ilavore are Pineapple,
Orange, Strawberry and Grape Juice.
We have all the others hut our
specialties are tho-e named. Ice
Cieain Soda has also proved voiy
As we manufacture our own Soda
Water fiom Pure Bieaibonate Soda,
we claim it i better than that made
with marble dust Those who have
tried it, concur with our statements.
Having perfected the lee Box we
are enabled to pioduce colder boda
All ll.ivors with Ieo Cream, 10.-;
Vichy Water,5c;S.uieihriinnun Water
and llu'nyadi Water.
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO..
Cornel' l-'ni'l Ar ICintr 1 ri-olH.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
"V LXJ -A.B 1 IU
REAL ESTATE !
On TUESDAY, July 19th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen stieet, I will
sell at Public Auction, the follow
ing Valuable Propel lies:
i-4 Pieces of Land at Waikiki
Comprising 4 Pieces as followM
Apulia 1 122 B(. rods.
" '2 12 so,, rods.
" l! !7l S(. rods.
" 7 4 4(!T100 acres.
All at present rented at 8100 per annum.
Leases expires July 1, 1901.
2-1 Piece of Land on Miller St.
At rear of the late residence of Dr. Hro
dle. There aie Two SubMiiulial Cot
tages and Four other Buildings on the
Lot, bringing hi a rental of $:!0 per
fiQr Deeds at piu chasers' expeiiie.
For fill I liar particulars, apply to
JAH. P. MOKGAN,
I7:i at Auctioneer.
DiriiM Engine & Boiler !
loT IX GOOD'OltDEK IBl
WOOD & COAL.
White & Black Sand
Which wo will sell at the veiy lowest
maiket rates foi cash.
Bell Tclo. 414. -"ejuojor Mutual Tele. 10.
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER ffi & BUILDER.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
84 Bcrolania St. Xdtlbr Boll Tclo. 280,
i jWrBSei 'F
CAUGHT OUT !
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreokels' Buik, 1 1 -i 1 il . i
BY THE SHEET, DOZEN OR REAM AT
SCS- BOTTOM PRBOSS ! -St
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
lOt) ort NtrtMt.
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY LATEST STYLES IN
Hats9 Bonnets & Toques !
NEW TRIMMINGS I NEW RIBBONS 1
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS I
Special Reduction in School Hats
ssr FOR I WEEK ONLY -
CK1LDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
Quantities to Suit!
FOR SALE HY
H. HA0KFELD & CO.
C. L. BEITO,
Cornet of .Smith and King Streets,
Keeps a Complete Line of
And Bcceives New Consignments bv
Every Steamer. Alo
Fresh Waialua and Kona Butter
At 40 Cents a Pound,
1ILVVE I' our Finn Hesldenio Sites,
situated ou i likol street, for sale.
Thu Lots have a fi outage of HI feel ou
l'hkol street and me -'00 feet deep, are
nti.iilv l.ilil mil In fruit n till (.htiili. iri't'i
and are all covered with grass; watei
1U1II 111! lllltlllUlllll. 1 IIU blllUUIUIl IU (
there Lots and the limited number make
it noccasiiry that iiitendiut; niiielnero
should maku eaily application to thu
uiidei signed, fiom whom all particulars
can bo had. .IAS. F. MOKUAN,
Picture Frames iniulu to
order from latest Htylen i
mouldings, iiciiovutiou of
old pioturoH a HjMuuiilty at
I King BroH.f llotol utruot.
We have a UAT TRAP, tnado in
Franco, that beats anything of the
kind you ever saw.
seven at a time, if yon have that
many about your premises.
We et a trap at night and catch
three or four rats at a pop. If your
chickens are annoyed by Gophers or
Mongoose set one of these traps and
you'll raise more chickens.
HAVING RECEIVED A KUESH
SUPPLY OF THE CELE
BRATED .'. IL. J.
WE ARE AGAIN ABLE
TO SUPPLY THIS
Honolulu. II. 1.
Heg to announce the at rival of the
" J.G. PFLUGER"
II!) Days fiom Hi emeu, with a Full
Oils & Paints,
Bugs & Bagging,
Cement & Fire Clay,
JTAXESOK" 1 892 I
MEMBERS of Iho dillcront Com
panics, ol. inning exemption
fiom personal tu.et, must appear
peisoually be fort the Assessor and
report their uieiubeisliip, othonvieo
no exemption will be allowed.
tJF Secretaries who have not
handed in their lists of membership
to the Seciutary of thu Department
mud do so immediately,
10y UV Secretary ll.'V, D,