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FUIDAY, JULY 22, 1892.
Stmr Waialeale fiom llnmukiui
.Slinr I'ele fioni Waime.i and Makuwell
Stmr W G Hall from Maui and Hawaii
Schr Ka Moi fiom l'.iauilo
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S San Fianciseo, Ilciir-iidinti.il
Blown, fiom S.m Dlcsio
Am bktne IMautcr, Uow, fiom San Fran
cisco Am sehr Aloho, Johnson, fiom San
Am pehr Alieo Cciokc, Peiilmllow, fiom
Dan bk J G Lot, Nelon, from Hon
Uui.ib FOREIUN VESSELS EXPEGTED.
II I iM S lliel, Moii, fibin.Tapan
USti Boston, fiom ban Francisco, July
Am bktne Wiestler, Beiman, from Sj d-
Gerbk .1 C Glade, fiom Liveipool, .Tune
Haw ship Helen Blew or, from Glasgow,
duo Aug lfi
Am bk Mm gtu et fiom Xow castle, NSW
lik Uieta fiom Newc.istlc, X S W
The Gciiuan ship ,J G Plluger, Irivlng
liuishcd iiulo.iUIng eomineiieod taking in
stone ballast at tlio 1' AL S b wh.uf to
day. Tho steamer Pole an hod to-day fiom
Kuuul with sugar which she traiisfonod
to tho baikontlne Planter, lying In the
The Gei man bail; Paul Isenbeig lln
isbed diseliailng hi'i eaigo this moiii
ing, and was moved out into the stieam
this afiei noon.
Wninnae Company vs. Oka Kiyo
shiro, appeal of defendant, was call
ed at term before Judge Dole yester
day afternoon. On motion of Mr.
IJosa for plaintiff, tho appeal was
dismissed for non-appearance of de
fendant. a uAui:ioori:i cask.
Tho exciting times of Barefooted
Bill aic recalled by a case of damages
on trial to-day. Thomas Chaplin, a
British subject, is suing Marshal C.
B. Wilson and Deputy Maishal J.
A. Mehrten for 3000 damages for
false imprisonment. Chaplin was
going about, while the "Barefooted
Bill" jobberies were all Hie talk, in
a rather seedy condition and in his
bare feet. He was arrested Septem
ber '1, 1801, and kept in a cell until
the Dtli of that mouth. His bill of
complaint avers Hint ho "suffered
greatly while in said prison from
physical discomfort, loss of sleep
during tho poper hours for sleep,
the ravages of mosquitoes, violent
disturbance from drunken and noisy
inmates of Baul piison, as well as
from great mental distress and anxiety
consequent upon his sudden and un
warranted arrest and his unex
plained and prolonged detention in
said prison." C. W. Ashford for
plaintiff ; Peterson and Neumann for
defendants. Major J. II. Wodcliouae,
Biitish Commissioner, is in attend
ance on the trial. The plaintiff ia
well dressed and shod, looking noth
ing like a vagrant.
Judge Bickerton has ordered let
ters testamentary "Aith the will at
tached to issue to Jonathan Shaw of
Honolulu and Archibald L. Taylor
of San Francisco, executors of the
will of the late J. K. Bidv.ell. L. A.
Thurston for the executois.
Tempoi ary letters of administra
tion lmvu been orderud by Chief
Justice Judd to issue to Bruce Cart
wright, until the will of the late A.
J. Curlvt right is admitted to piohate,
C. Brown lor petitioner.
The Chief Justice litis approved
the accounts and ordered the dis
charge of K. l'odeyn, assignee of
Imoto, a bankrupt.
Fur BiouldiiiKH, FramcH,
PastolH, ArtolyncH, Plioto
gruvurcH, EiuhinH and
tmirylliing in Ihn line of
pictures, go to King Bros.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamo.vd lliun, 3 p. m. Weather
cloudy, wind light not thcust.
TUB bund will givo n enncurt nt
Queen Emma hull 1I1N evening.
An editorial on the death of Wil
holm Gmlc at the Queen's Hospital
i. part of a luigo amount of deferred
Two sales of stiip of Government
land at Puna and Komi, Hawaii, will
tuko place to tnnriow at noon, at the
front entrance of Alnnlani liaie.
Tin: Ruu.r.Tiv's topoit of St Loui-
Coltogo'tj closing exhibition id de
fen id, owing to the illne-M of u eouv
poMior making (ho ollieu bliort
liauded. Tub conceit by the rit. Loui Col
lege baud yenlerday in the giounds
was laigelv atlondud and fully apple
eialed. Tlio singing dining the .liter
mission win ipplauded.
J. F. Muiioan will tell a det,iiable
piece ot laud at Paluiuii, adjoining the
Dwiglit residence, ut noon to morrow
at his salesroom. There is a nicely
built cottage on tho premises
The Camera Olub's exhibit inn nt
the Opera lloin-e to-moiiow evening
will bo woith going to boo. The box
plan opened at the olllee of L. J
Levey this moruiue;. Priees aic
lower than usual for the Opera
Naaikono alius Aiouo, arrested for
playing oho fu two weeks ago, was
tried in the Police Gout I thicinoin
ing. The judgment was sm tended
so that another cliargo of assault on
police ollicer Louis Touissant could
bo heurd against tho same defendant
and tin co others.
C. J. McCahciiy has lots on Lilihu
street foi s-ale. ' 3-tf
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of II., will
meet this evening.
Ai'iun t-li.ivmg use Giicumbor Skin
'louic. Bent-oil, Smith Ac Co., Agouti
Intant foods form tho important
theme of llobron, Newman & Co. to
day. A sale of boihi'b and a buggy will
be held at noon Monday by Jus. F.
SiiNiiuitN iclioved at oneo by Cu
cumber Tonic. BoiiMin, Smith & Co.,
J A. F. Morgan will hold an under
wiitei'u sale of soap, cement, etc., at
10 o'clock Monday.
E. L. iMahsiiali. ofleis a rew.ud of
!!10 for a nuking filly, which he has
leason to believe was stolon.
A special meeting of the Board of
Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital is
called for 10 o'clock Monday, Aug. 22.
Lauii.s' .shampooing and hairdiess
ing done at their houses by Mis-s
Wolf, 73 lieretauia stieet, Mutual
Telephone G9G. 8-3m
Di.i.icious coiieo and chocolate will
be t-eivod cveiy muining e.nly at the
Palace Ice Cieam I'ailoia, Ludwigson,
&. Cion. Hotel Fttoet. 1-tf
l)u. McLennan has removed to
Alakea tttioet, opposite tho Y. M. C.
A. hall, premise lately occupied by
Doctor Liu.. Ollico liouis, it to 12,
2 to i and evemngn (i to 7. Sundays:
10 to 1. Bell Telephone, 197, Mutual,
Miss Maiiy Lyi.e, lately book-keeper
with Egan it Gunn, is . 'epared t" tu
stenograpliing and type-writing at
niodoiato latcs. Graduate of Heald's
Buhiness College, San Fiancit-co.
OUieowitbC. J. McCaithy, 35 Mer
chant sticet. 2-lm
SMALLPOX ON THE HALL.
The steamer W. G. Hall from
windward ports arrived this after
noon about 2 :30 o'clock, flying a
white Hag at her foremast, and an
chored off the reef. Pilot Loren.en
went out in a whalebout to ascertain
the cause and returned at 3 o'clock.
He stated that one of the fit emeu on
the steamer had smallpox, which had
broken out on the way down. There
are no passengers on board. Dr. G.
Trousseau had not been found at 3
o'clock, to go out and examine the
BRITISH CLUB HO MORE.
At a meeting of Hie stockholders
of the British Club last night, it was
decided to change tho name to
Pacific Club. His Excellency A. S.
Cleghorn, President of the Club,
was in tho chair. A strong light was
made against the change by members
of tho original British Club, that is,
bcfoie it absorbed the other national
clubs. It was no use. The time
honored name went by the board,
MO shaies voting for the change ami
F.x II on hi o re.1'
The Pacific Hauhwaue Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doultou
Wtue, 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.
Carboliueuui Aveuaiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity,
The best spring medicine is u dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only pliysiu but cleanse the whole
system and piuify tho blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Fuiday, July 22, 1892.
JIoi ultlir Hi'hhIimi.
Tho Assembly convened at 10
o'clock. Piayir by the Chapliin.
Minutes of the pievious meeting,
wore read and nppioved.
Noble Williams fiom the Pi luting
Couiiniltee reported Bill 115 printed
and the same was disliibulcd.
Hep. Kauealii from the Committee
on Miscellaneous Petitions reported
on various petitions and recommend
ed as follows :
Piesented by Hep. Waipuilani:
(1) That Pearl'llarbor be not ceded.
To table. () That contract luborers
be not imprisoned. Table for bill.
(.')) To abolish olllee of tax assessor.
Table for bill.
Presented by Rep. Katinainano:
(1) That Ilaumkuii lie divided into 2
districts. Tabled for bill. (2) To
establish an Hawaiian Board of
Health. Tabled for bill. (3) That
the Government ascertain its rights
in tho Ahupuaa of Kenoma. To
Committee ou Public Lands. (4)
That Hawniians be allowed home
steads on Ci own Lands. To Com
missioneis of Crown Lands. (5)
That Hawaiians be allowed to distil
spirituous liquors. Tabled for bill.
(G) That new treaties be entered
into. Indefinitely postponed. (7)
Ihat a National Bank ho established.
Referred to Special Committee. (8)
That importation of laboicrs be not
resliicted. Tabled. That positious
as school teachers be given to native
Hawaiians. Tallied. (9) That tho
Hawaiian be tiie ollicial language.
By Rep. Kapahu: (1) Relating
to ciicuit court at Kau. Tabled.
(2) That the Government appoint 3
assistant physicians for the district
of Kau. To Board of Health, (3)
That native Hawaiians be allowed to
practice medicine. Tabled. (1)
That the district of Kau be divided
into 2 judicial disliicts and that 2
deputy sheiiffs be appointed there
By Rep Koahou : ( 1) That 810,
000 he paid the Ononiea Sugar Co.
for wharf. To Public Lands. (2)
That salaries of Government em
ployees bo taxed. Indefinitely post
poned. (3) That the Government
pension old employees. Tabled for
bill. (I) That Dr. Williams' bill
for medical attendance be paid.
By Rep. Iosepn : (1) To con
struct a lauding at Nuu, Kaupo,
Maui. To Public Lands. (2) That
2 police magistrates be created for
the disliict of Kaupo. To Special
Committee on Police. (3) That a
deputy sheriff be appointed for Kipa
hulu. To Committee on Police. (4)
That a bounty be paid to parents of
five or more ehildien. Indefinitely
postponed. (5) That no tenitory
be ceded or that any poition of Ha
waii be annexed. To table. (G)
That a new Constitution be framed.
Tabled for bill.
By Rep. Robert Wilcox: (1)
That a treaty to extend commercial
relations be entered into. Tabled.
(2) That a National Bank be estab
lished. Consider with bill.
Noble J. M. Horner presented
from the Ways and Means Commit
tee, a report on appiopriations for
the Bui etuis of Public Woiks and
Water Work's as follows :
Salary Superintendent of "Water
Woiks and Cleik of Market, SG000.
Salaiy of Assistants, 8G000.
Running expenses of Water Woiks,
Repairs of Reservoiis, $G000.
Geneiul Repairs of Water Works,
Laupahochoo Water Works, 850
Koloa Water Works, $200.
Die Committee say further that
"tho tiuount saved to the Govern
ment by the combining of the Public
Woiks Bureau with Water Works as
above set forth will be $17,030."
Signed by all members of the com
mittee. Tabled for consideiation
witli tho Appropriation Bill.
Under suspension of the rules
Rep. Smith repotted on bill 101, re
lative to the establishment of houses
for the making of poi, and to tiie
effect that the same be tabled. Re
Clerk McCarthy read answer of
the President of the Board of Health
to the icsolulion requiring a state
ment of the moneys paid out by the
Boaid. The reply consists entirely
of a tabulated statement of salaries
paid to the different Government
physicians, and also account of other
expenditures made by the Board.
On motion the answer was ordered
to be printed.
At 10 ;.r7 the Assembly resolved
into Committee of tho Whole, Rep.
Bush in the chair, and proceeded
with the consideration of items in the
The first item considered was a
new item, "tho
Salary of two
Rep. Bipikaue moved that the
item bo sliuck out. Captains of po
lice could easily do the duties.
Noble J. M. Horner did not con
sider it wise economy to cripple the
Police Department by striking out
too many uleiks. To strike out this
item would impair the cllciency of
Rop. R, W. Wilcox desired some
iufoimalioiKolative to the duties of
the clerks. He wished to question
the Attorney-General and desired
The Chair instructed tho Sergeant-at-Aims
to go after the Attorney-
General nnd bring him before the
Noble Thurston said that he did
not think the Chairman ot the Com
mittee of the Whole had that right.
He believed tlmt power only vested
in the President.
Hep. K- W. Wilcox moved that
tho Committee rise, as they could
not proceed without the pieseneo of '
Minister Paiker announced Hi
pthc resignation of Altoinov-Goncrnl
Whiting hud been teudeied to him.
me v aoinet mm not acted ou it as
yet, and it had not been accepted
audio tiaiiiwiu moved tlmt Ufe
items relating to pay of police of tin
diflei cut islands be re relerred to a
special committee consisting of the
members of the Ways and Means
Committee and four native Hawaiian
Rep. White favored postponing
further consideration of the bill until
the Cabinet was filled by the ap
pointment and presence of an Attor-ney-Goncial.
Pending action the Committee
rose at 12:02 for recess until 1:30.
Mr. J. P. Blnize, an extensive real
estate dealer in Dcs Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that slate during a
recent blizzard, says the Saturday
Review. Mr. Blai.e had occasion to
diive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get wann, and in
side of an hour after his return lie
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaizc
sent to the nearest drug store and
got a bottle of Chauibei Iain's Cough
Remedy, of which he hud often
heard, and took a number of huge
doses. He says the effect was won
derful and that in a short lime ho
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able to come to Des Moines.
Mr. Blaizc regauls his cure as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
SI OO KEVVAltD.
J1 A A L WARD will be paid for
tTplUU information that will lead
to the conviction of tho person or per
sons who set tho to my stables.
Honolulu. July 21, 1892. 477 :lt
NEW Home of Five Rooms
ou Magazine street, with
Bathroom, Patent V. 0 , etc
ominauds one of the lhicst Wcws In
Honolulu. Apply to
477 tf .1. M. VIVAS.
1 CARRIAGE Iloihc,
1 1 Phaeton, 1 Rai
ness, complete and in
good orde.. Iuiiuire
WM. O. ATWATER.
PROP. DlLmill G. JABG-BB'8
I herewith appoint Mn. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for the sale of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the 19th of September, '90.
A FULL ASSORTlflEnTjUST ARRIYED.
Is showing a beautiful line of
In the pierced work now so popu
lar ami at pi lues which you will
For Such High Grade Goods,
BL'hhi-h. King IJroH. tire
Hliowing a line line ol' Bam
boo and other stylo Parlor
EniselH, Wall KruuketH and
Window Cornices nt pricea
to meet the times.
OUR STOCK OF
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V ZaAv v., .8'
J&m- i fiSfgsr
A -K. '' XSJK
fOfii.-. - ftKSIKtvv
ALL OF WHICH ARE FRESH.
EVERY PACKAGE GUA
Corner Kort ; Ilnir '"IiwIm.
List of Firms Agreeing to Set
tle Accounts Monthly.
WE the undesigned
Dealers of llonoli
Mei chants and
lulu with a view
to itop iih much n font-able tho prac
tice of mulcting Quarterly Accounts,
will from and after Julv 3lst, 18SI2,
furnii-h our accounts fur aninunU due
to lis for goods, s-old direct to con
biimeis, every mouth, and mouth by
month, and will eonsidei all payments
for goods thus told dining the month
following that on which tho lulo of
such goods hat- been made :
TIIEO. H. DAVIESit CO.
II. 1IACKKEL1) & CO.
E. O. HALL & SON, L'i.(
W. W. Hall.
M. S. GRINBAUM ifc CO., L'i
C. Bolto, V-l
CASTLE .t COOKE.
LEWIS it CO
CIIAS J. FISHEL.
H.MAY it CO.,
Per S. S.
HENRY DAVIS it CO.
1IOBRON, NEWMAN it CO.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.
MRS. THOS. LACK.
11. W. SCHMIDT fe SONS.,
F M. N.
LUDWIGSEN & CRON.
II. E. MuIN'TYEE it BRO.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO , L'n.
M. PHILLIPS it CO.
L. J. LEVEY.
M. W. McCIIESNEY it SONS.
K. OGURA it Co.
C. E. WILLIAMS.
II. S. TREGLOAN it SON.
II. F. WIOHMANN.
WENNER it CO,
J. J. WILLIAMS.
W. E. FOSTER,
Per T. E. Wall.
HOLLISTER it CO.
BENSON, KM1 I'll it CO.
.1. HOPPit Oti.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
G J, Waller, Manager.
FRED. PHI LP.
Per D. B. Smith.
HART .fc CO.
.i. w. Mcdonald.
J. A GONSALVES.
CLUB STABLES CO.,
J. S MARTIN.
J. E. GOMES.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
G. A. Dillingham, Mauagei.
DAILY BULLETIN PUB. CO., L'n.,
D. Logan, Manager,
PEOPLE'S ICE CO.,
Per J. II. L.
S. W. LEDERER.
J. EMM ELU I'll it CO.
JOHN F. COLBURN it CO.
II Y MAN BROS.,
Per Goo, Knob,
J AS. NOTT, J n.
E. HOFFSOGLAEGER A CO.
WING WO TAl CO.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.,
T. J, King, Manager.
THOS. G, THRUM.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
J. II, Sopui, Mauagei,
UNION FEED CO.,
F. W. Miicfarlano, Manager.
WOULD YOU DO IT !
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
BY TIIE SHEET, DOZEN OR REAM AT
KSs BOTTOM PRICES ! -S
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
KM) M.rt Street.
104 Fort btreec, Honolulu.
Choice Millinery !
WE HAVE TIIE VERY
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS 1
Special Redaction in School Hats
aer FOR I WEEK ONLY -i
CHilDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 GTS.
rjMVO Nicely FiunMieil
iwt 1 RooiiHcenti ally located.
2i;5; Kii(iiiie Ilui.i.Kiih OriU'o.
4i"4 ft. XnOHLY FurnWicd Cottage
'siSa 1 at Makiki ii'-.u Iteieta-
B5S&'? nla i-licct ear
" .. i. lU
Apply lliU olllc
lUtJIli l r-tlCCl, 01)1)0-
slte Foit-hticct Chinch. A)-
R. I. LI I J. IK,
At Then II. Davie .V Co.
;. A TCK Cott-igc on Heic
ffTW, XV. Inula ttieet near IMH.nl
3rwU btieet, coiitiiiiilug I'ailiii, Two
licdiooins, Dathiooin, Iliulug-Hioin,
Pantry and Kitchen; M'rvaut'n Ruoin,
Collage Home, Slahle, etc. Tiauicain
paMovoiy L'O inliuites. Apply ollleo of
thii impel. I.'iS If
FOR RENT or LE VSE
rpiIE Premises ou Emilia
I htreet lately oceiipled li
A 11 Vtmtii. ti Vitii' mill
I li.ti-ilkli, llrt, ill in, nt, ill. 1 mr Klfi.limi
Itathiooui, etc , etc. AIm, Oiitliou.-ca
on the picml-es, will ho touted or
leased. Pohsesiinn given let of July.
Apply on the pionKc-,.
45,1 1 in A. It. NAONK.
FOR SAMS I
1IIAVE lour I'luo Reeldouio bites,
situated on 1 Hkol xtioot, for sale.
'The Lots have a lioutngo of til feet ou
Phkul street and mo i00 feet deep, aie
nicely 1 ild out In fiuit ami shade ticca
and aie all eoveied with gi.urf; watei
laid ou thiuughoiil. 'Tho situation of
these Lots and tho limited number make
it neci-ssiuy that hiiciuliug puieh.isuis
should make e.uly aiipllcutloii to the
undersigned, fiom whom all parllculais
cm ho had. J.IS. F. MORGAN.
Picture Frames ntadolo
order from latest styles it
mouldings. Kenovution ol
old pictures a specialty at
1 King Bros., Hotel street.
If to keep tip with the fatliion you
were acked to ting a tong,
Would you do it Yes?
So Would 1.
If upon Miino current topics you wero
ns-ki'd to come out iroug,
Would you do it Y'?
So would I
Some think nil public muftom nr a
horrid box, but I
Like "in to have npi.iious Ihcy are
ie- ly to tit nil by.
Nnw f I'Vi-r for iur Queen ami Qoun-
t- you iwri 'ikcd to die
Wunl I 'U do it Yes?
So w iit-1 I.
ft m We lnoiil snillO people
liuiii fl intiK llnwuliVpiirfO,
Some Legislative blundeiora want
.ending bid. to mirc.
Would von send ilium Yes?
So w mid 1.
I lu plows which tu.'ii our "oil up
nhoulil bo light ami strong and
It I .ml the " 1 1 r.xiiitY Bki:.vki:u's"
worth more than any two,
Would you think so Yes?
So would I.
HAVING RECEIVED A FRESH
SUPPLY OF TIIE CELE
BRATED N. IP- A..
WE ARE AGAIN ABLE
TO SUPPLY THIS
Honolulu ?. I.
LATEST SI' LES IN
& Toques !
NEW RIBBONS 1
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
Is open now and offeis an un
e.vcelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
Wo make a bpecialty of
Stamping Patterns and are now
ready to take orders in that line.
A brand now stock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fringes, Draperies and other
artlstio goods are offered to tho
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
KorC Htrool ,
C. L. BRIT0,
Corner of Smith and King Streets,
Ke-op a Complete Lino of
J And Receives New Consigninents by
, Every Stunner. Also
1 Fresh Waialua and Kona Butter
At 40 Cents a Pound.
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER ft & BUILDER.
Jobbing piumptly attended to.
84 Bcrctanla St <&r Bell Tele. 280.