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SATURDAY, JULY 30, 189:2
bktne Wrestler, Bergman, from Syd
ney Stmr Kllauea Hon from Molokai and
Stmr Kaala from Kauai
YESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Jas Makee for Ilamakua
Stmr Kilauea Hon for Molokai at 5 t m
From Kapaa, per stinr James Makee,
July 29 Mrs S N Hundley, Mrs Mc
Donald, Miss Lewis, Mrs Moeller and
daughter, V Oswald Midler, WAEas
sic, and 11 on deck
FOREIGN VESSELS IN
S S San Francisco, Hear
Brown, from San Dieo
111) il S Champion, Kookc, Johnston
Am bktne Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Johnson, from Sail
Am bkt S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Am bk Matilda, Swenson, from San
Am su Topgallant. Reynolds, from De
Am sh Morning Light, Johansen, fiom
Dan bk J J Lotz, Nelon, from Hon
duras Ger bk Iscnberg, Knise, from San Fran
cisco FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II I M S Ihci, Mori, from Japan
U S S Boston, from San Francisco, July
S S Australia, Hoiidlette, from San Fran
cisco, August 10
Ger bk .1 C Glade, from Liverpool, .Tune
Haw bliip Helen Biewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug 15
Am bk Margaret from Newcastle, NSW
Bk Uicta from Newcastle, N S W
The steamer Kilauea Hon returned
from licr lirst tiip to Molokai this morn
ing. The Hawaiian ship Helen Brewer, Is
about due from Glasgow, being 11" days
The steamer James Makee will leave
on Monday for liamakun in place of the
Waialealc laid up.
The Hawaiian bark It P Rlthet from
Caidlff for Honolulu was spoken in lati
tude -1 1 deg 30 S, longitude 02 deg 30 W
on May 12th.
The American barkentine Wrestler ar
rived this morning tiom Newcastle, N ri
W, via Sydney, coal laden, and Is docked
at the P M S S wharf.
The Swedish bark Nanna which put
into this port on her way fiom New
castle, NS V, to Juneau, Alaska, has
arrived at her destination
Tho Dunisli bark J J Lot, lifter under
going a general overhauling on tho
Murine Railway, has come down and
was succeeded by the James Makee this
SMITH In Honolulu, July tilth, to the
wife of Thomas Smith, a son.
The Royal llawaiiun Military
Band will give a concert this after
noon at Emma Squaro, commencing
at 4:30 o'clock. The following is
tho program :
March Dofilir Cook
Overture Bandit Tiioks Huppo
Selection Luoia Donizetti
Fantasia A wakening of tlio Lion
Waltz Tho Syrens Waldteufol
Polka A Good Kiss Cooto
OLD RAGS WANTED.
Clean white rags suitable for
bandages are wanted for use at (lie
Bishop Home and the Boys' Home,
Leper Settlement, Molokai. Ring up
281 Mutual telephone and they will
lie sent for, or leave the same at the
ofllce of the Board of Health or at J.
T, Wulerliouso's, Queen street.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 p.m. Weather
clear, wind fresh northeast.
The baud will give its regular after
noon concert nt Emma. Squaio to
day. Tun opera, in Hawaiian this even
ing is for the benefit of Ktuvaiahao
Tiik Honolulu and Hnwaiis will
cross bats on the diamond this after
noon, A good game is expected.
Tin: yacht race to Hanauina which
was to have takon place on Monday
lias been postponed to the Olh inst.
Tiik largo mercantile houses will
observe Restoration day (Monday) by
giving their employees a half holiday.
Col. S. Norris has been awarded
$1300 damages in his suit against
Emily do Horblny by a foreign jury.
Tub first opera ever given in the
Hawaiian language is something that
no lover of music should miss. Opera
House this evening.
Poi.tcr. Justice William Foster is
confined to his homo with indisposi
tion, consequently there was no ses
sion of the Police Court to-day.
ToMOitnow, July Hist, is Rostora.
tion Day. Tho day will be observed
the following day, however, and all
Government oilices will be closed.
Mas. J. Ailau left on the steamer
Kimui yesterday afternoon for Hilo
on her regular annual jaunt in search
of Hawaiian curious and handiwork.
Billy Emi:uson the minstrel and
his friends were entertained by Hon.
J. A. Cummins at his residence at
1'awaa. Mr. Emerson is still the
same old "stick."
Pitor. F. A. Hosmer and wife, with
others of the faculty, and students,
of Oahu College are expected to re
turn from Hawaii on the next trip of
the steamer Kinau.
Captain Paul has had another
barkentine built for the Hawaiian
trade. She will be called the Hilo,
and will bo commanded by Capt. Le
Ballistcr, formerly of the Kosario.
Don't forget the opera "Cmsaders"
by the Ahahui Mele Noo.ui Hawaii,
at the Opera Houfo this evening. A
lull rehearsal was had last evening,
when everything went off satisfac
torily, bo a good entertainment may
Tiik tailors and murines of 11. B
M. S. Champion will attend the !):-l.r
o'clock service at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, Sunday morning. Special music
will be tendered by tho choir. The
day will be the twelfth anniversary of
Mr. Wrny Taylor as organist in St.
Vihginia de Medoiros, the little
Portuguese boy who was run over by
a tramcar on Nuuanu street near tho
Empiie Saloon on Januaiy 23d,
through his guardian, Agoitiuho de
Medeiios, has brought suit for $5000
against the Hawaiian Tramways Co.
(Ltd.). The suit is being heard in tho
Supreme Court by a foieign jury this
The Paramatta Kiver Steam Co.
of Sydney, have announced their in
tention to give $1250 prize money for
a professional sculling handicap to bo
rowed on tho Paramatta river in
September. This prize will be in
creased by donations. The crack
scullers Stansbury, Sullivan, Kemp,
McLean, Neiluon, together with tho
best scullers from tho adjoining colo
nies, have signified their intentions of
competing for the pri.c.
H'n, Barniield's pictuie of Esqui
mau h.ubor with fine British warships
at anchor, is now on view in tho Paci
fic Hardware Company's window.
Mr. Barnlield made his original
sketch while theio two years ago. II.
B. M. S. Wnrspito bhows her huge
proportions in comparison with some
of the smaller bhips, among which is
II. B. M. S. Champion. The pictuie
is in oil, admirably executed, and is
well woith attention, erpooially of
those fnntil'ar with tho scene. Mr.
Barnlield is to be congratulated on
giving us another valuable work from
C. J. McCauthy
street for sale.
Akthu shaving use Cueuinbor Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents,
Suniiukn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co.,
The ofliooisof the Pioneer Build
iug it Loan Association appear in to
Ii, S, Gjerdrum, the n mini fur of tho
Waimanalo plantation, gives a tres
pass notice olbcwhcro.
A balk of tho lease of tho Govern
ment land Wuimauouka, Ewa, is an
nounced officially to take place on
Lauiks' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their houses by Mish
Wolf, 73 Beietania street, .Mutual
Telephone 00(3. 8-3m
Delicious uoilee and chocolate will
bo served every inmning eaily at tho
Palace Ice Cicam I'ailois, Liulwigson,
& Cion, Hotel street. 1-tf
Du, MuLknnan has lemoved to
Alakeiv stieet, opposite the Y, M. O.
A. hall, premises lately occupied by
Doctor Lutz. Ollico hours, 0 to 12,
2 to -1 and evenings 0 to 7. Sundays!
10 to 1. Bell Telephone, 107, Mutual,
Miss Mauy Lyli:, lately book-koopoi
with Egaii it Giinn, is ."op.iiod l lu
htouogiaphing and type-writing at
moderate i.itts. Graduate of lle.ild's
Business College, San Fiaueiseo.
Ollico Willi C. J. McCaithy, 3!) Mi-r-chant
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. l'atiick's Pills. They
not only physio but cleanse the whole
favstein and purify the blood. For
sale liy Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
HUH A I
Saiuuoav, July 30, 1892.
Assembly was called to order for
prayer nt 10 o'clock, President
Walker in the chair. At 10:10 the
minutes of the pievious day's meet
ing were read and were approved.
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee reported as pi inled Bills
Nos. 140 to 110 inclusive.
Noble J. M. Horner from a special
committee having consideration of
Bill 78, relative to the Hawaiian
Banking Act, reported that they did
not offer any amendment nor com
ment on the passage or indelinito
postponement ol the said Bill. The
committee consider that tha Bill was
of such importance that they recom
mend that the Assembly consider it
in the Committee of the Whole. On
motion the report was tabled for
consideration with tlio Bill on Aug
ust 9 th.
Noble Williams from a minority
committee appointed to examine into
the workings of the dredger reported
A minority of your committee ap
pointed to examine into and report
upon the dredging plant now at
work upon the Bar at the entrance
to the harbor deem it necessary, con
sidering the Bill that conies up for
its third reading this day, to present
a preliminary statement in the ab
sence of the chairman of your com
mittee, and have the honor to report
We visited the dredger yesterday
afternoon and found it woiking
smoothly ; the Superintendent, Mr.
L. C. Young, showed us over the
vessel and it was very apparent that
good and satisfactory work was be
ing carried on. c also had certain
soundings taken at a few points in
the track of the dredger, and we
(hid that about one-half of the chan
nel has been dredged to a depth
varying from 30 to 32 feet at mean
tide. We also visited the sand
dump on thoKakaako flats ami found
that a quantity of sand from the Bar
estimated at from 20,000 to 22,000
cubic yards has alieady been de
posited inside the retaining walls and
the dredges was now delivering sand
on this place at the rate of about 900
cubic yards per 24 hours.
We have also carefully consider
ed the contract documents respecting
the matter and find therein no cause
for complaint against the executive
of this Government, everything ap-
paicntly being in order.
We find that the monccs expended
by the Government in the two con
tracts for dredging plant and cutting
the channel thiough the bar arc as
On account of the dredger plant:
Amount of contract, SG5,000.
Amount paid on contract as per
contract 75 percent of total price,
Balance due contractors when
dredge is accepted and turned over
as per contract 25 percent, 810,250.
On account of dredging the chan
nel: Amount of contract, 19,000.
June 30, paid on account as per
contract per month of June work
done on bar, S3500.
Balance due as the work progres
Contract stipulates that "pay
ments arc to be made monthly on the
first of each mouth in the propoition
that the said woik bears to the entire
Respecting the manner in which
the contract for the dredging plant
has been carried out by the contrac
tors as to capacity of machine and
time of delivery, we reserve our
jiidgmcjit until an inspection by the
full committee shall have taken place.
J. N. S. Williams, temporary chair
man, AY. C. Wilder. Repoit accept
ed. Rep. Nawnlii offered a resolution
to the effect that Government em
ployees holding moie than one posi
tion and for which the combined
salaries are over S2000 per annum be
compelled to relinquish some of the
On motion tho resolution was re
ferred to a special committee con
sisting of Reps. Ivamauoliu, Nawnlii,
Smith, A. Horner and Noble Mucfar
luue. Rep. White read for the first tiiuw
a bill authorizing the Minister of
Finance to establish bonded ware
houses. Noble W. Y. Homer read for the
first time bills (1), restricting Chi
nese immigration. (2) Requiring
persons engaged in trading or me
chanical occupations to be licensed.
Rep. Kaluua offered a resolution
that 81000 be appiopriated for the
improvement of roads leading to
homesteads ul Kuln, Maui. Referred
to Committee on Public Lauds.
On motion of Rep. Smith the vole
approving the report of the Com
mittee of the Whole on items in the
Appropriation Bill was re-considered
and Rep. Smith then moved that tlio
item relative to pay of Secretary of
the Bouid of Immigration be re-referred
to the Committee of the
Whole. With this amendment the
report of tho Committee was again,
on motion, adopted.
The Special Order of the Day took
precedence of Hie Unfinished Busi
ness and I Sill 155, to appropriate
820,000 for tlio furthering of the
dredging of Honolulu harbor, was
read a third time and with the icport
thereon was passed.
Bill No. 33a, relating to duties,
came up under unfinished business
and. with hut little argument inter-
veiling, action was taken on the sev
eral items as follows:
Clothing, ready Inade and wearing
apparel of every description, made
up in whole or in part, ten percent.
Clothing, manufactured in and im
ported from China, ready made and
wearing apparel of every description,
made up in whole or in part, twenty
five percent. Chinese provisions and
general merchandise, twenty-five
percent. All three items wore re
referrcd to the Committee on Ways
Cairiages of all descriptions,
twenty-live pet cent.
Hals and caps, not otherwise pro
vided for, ten percent.
Linens and nil manufactures of
which llax, grasselotli or a similar
material shall form the principal part,
Fans of all kinds, twenty-live per
cent. Edgings, artificial flowers and
fancy feathers, twenty-live percent.
Embroideries of nil kinds, twenty
Crockery and glassware of every
description, ten percent.
The following passed:
Drugs and medicines, patent and
other, ten percent.
Furniture of all kinds, if uphol
stered or carved, manufactured in
whole or in part, ten percent.
Millinery goods, beads, bonnets,
buttons, corsets, collars, sleeves and
cuffs, ten percent.
G loves and nulls not otherwise
provided for, twenty-live peicent.
Gimps for clothing, ton percent.
Hoopskiits, ten percent.
Hooks and eyes, ten percent.
Insertions, laces and lace goods of
all descriptions, twenty-live percent.
Ribbons not otherwise provided
for, ten percent.
Silver plate, plated ware or gilt
ware, twenty-live peicent.
Britannia ware and fancy uiPtal
ware, twenty-live peicent.
Matches of all kinds, ten percent.
Cigarettes and all descriptions of
paper cigars, tvonty,-five percent.
Jewelry and all descriptions of
metal, glass or stone beads, twenty
Paintings, pictures, engravings,
statuary, twenty-fhe percent.
On bronzes, ornamental work of
metal, stone, marble, plaster of
Paris or alabaster and all imitations
thereof, ten percent.
Perfumery, other than that which
lays a spirits duly, powders, hair,
toolh, nail and other toilet brushes,
Soaps, ten per cent.
Pipes (smoking), pipe stems,
bowls and fixtures and cigar holders,
twenty-five per cent.
Candies, twenty-five per cent.
Candles, ten per cent.
Toys, ten per cent.
Fire arms, twenty-live per cent.
Ammunition and powder, not oth
erwise piovided for, twenty-live" per
Blasting powder, ten per cent.
Firewoiks and lire-crackers, twenty-live
Watches and clocks in whole or in
part, ten per cent.
Playing cards, ten per cent.
At 12 further consideration w:i3
deferred. The Minister of the In
terrior announced that it had pleased
Her Majesty to sign Bill No. 155 ap
propriating 820,000 for the continua
tion of tlio work of dredging Hono
lulu Harbor bar.
At 12 :02 the Assembly adjourned.
ST. Ah'DUUW's CATlli:i)UAI..
The services of the cathedral con
irreiralion, Seventh Sunday after Trin
ity, will be as-follows: Holy Com
munion G:.'10 a. in. ; morning prayer,
11 a. in. ; Hawaiian evensong 'Ai'AQ p.
in.; evensong and sermon 7:150 p.
m. All are invited.
The services of tho Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow will be as follows: 9:-15
a. in., Morning l'rayer with sermon;
"Te Deum," Dudley Buck, in B
minor; "Jubilate," Dudley Buck, in
A major ; hymns 370 and 118 ; anthem,
"Let every soul be subject to the
higher powers,', .by Stainer. 0:130
p. m. evtiibong'witli sermon; an
them, "Lord of all power and might,"
by Mason; hymns 171 and 19. The
Rev. John Usborne will olllciate at
the services in the absence of the
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh. All are cor
dially invited to these services.
Ainmi'.ss ox CHINA.
At. Kiiuinakapili Church, H inula'
morning, at the 1 1 o'clock service,
Mr. Goo Kim will deliver an address
on his recent visit to China.
High Mass, 10 a. in. ; Rosary and
catechism, 2 p. in. ; Sermon followed
by the Benediction of the Holy Sac
rament, 4 :!I0 p. m.
m:vi:ntii day adviin'I'ist.
Seventh Day Adventists will have
Bible meetings every Sunday even
ing, at tho cornel of Punchbowl and
Evangelistic services will be con
ducted by tho Y. M. C, A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:1)0
CI.XlItAI. ixion cucitcu.
Services of worship on Sunday as
follows: At 1 1 a. in. and 7:110 p. ill.
Preaching by the pastor.
y. m. o. A. IIAI.I..
Evangelistic services in tho Y. M.
C. A. hall, 0 :U0 to 7: 15 p. im
ALL piTnous aio hereby foiblddeu to
llli, sJinot, dilve call i) or Inures or
otherwi-u tiesp:is on any of the 1 ro
pcriy of the Waluiunalo Plantation with
out special pel inlvJou of the . Manager.
Any peiBon found trcspiibfelug as nbovo
will be piosecnteil accoidiiig to law.
K. H. GJEKimiLM,
.Manager Wahmimdn Pl.uilatlnu.
Honolulu, July 'JO, 18U2. Ib5 1H
n W ii i hr
OUR STOCK OF
Infant Foods !
ALL OF WHICH ARK FRESH.
EVERY PACKAGE GUA
IPopnIjxi Prices !
HQBR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Cni'iii'i' l-'orl At Rlnu NtruclH,
SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 30.
Benefit of Kawaiahao Church
Under the Patronage of Her Majesty
The AiiAiioi Mki.i: Hawaii Noi:u
will give Niels Gade's Beautiful Can
tata, in tluee pail-, entitled,
ti" The Cantata will be given in Ha
waiian, under the management of Mrs.
llaalelea, with appiopiiate Tableaux,
Costuming, etc. Solos by the Well
Miss F. J. Nolto,
Mrs. Lcihuiu Keohokdlole,
Mr. Robl. S. Kapu?,
A-iistcd by an IClllcient Clinius and Or
cliestia tufder the direction of Prof. II.
Hergur, with the help of D. 1C. Naouc
and D. L. Naone.
C2f Lilnettos for the occasion will lie
for .-ale at the Opera lloiibc.
Filces of Admission: Sl.uO,
".le and JiUe.
l- Iiox Ollico
July 211th, at 1 i'.
Lewis .1. Levey.
at the olllce of
H. F. WICflMAN
Is chewing a beautiful line of
In the pleiced work now so popu
lar mid at pi lees which you will
Kiyh Grade Goods,
H. F. WICHMAN
UAH Eiii k Bailiff !
Sdr IN GOOD ORDKlt -H
CARPENTER & BUILDER.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
t!4 llcretania St.
Bell Tele, 280.
j..V. jWfrM, w
WOULD YOU DO IT !
If to keep up with the fashion you
were asked to sing a song,
Would you do it Yes?
So Would 1.
If upon some currml topics you wero
asked to come out strong,
Would you do it Yes?
So would I.
Siime think nil public mallei t are it
hotrid bote, but I
Like men to have opinions llicy are
leady hi stand by.
Now if ever for yotu Queen and Conn-
tiy you were nskid to (lb
Would you do it YesV
Su would I.
It's lime wo stopped some people
f 1 1 mi llt'iciug llawiiiiV puise,
Sdiiio Legislative liluudi ii-is want
sending luck to muse.
Would you send lliem YcV
So would 1.
The plows which turn our sod up
should bo light and strong and
If I said tho "Henduy Bi:i:akkh'h"
wot th more than any two,
Would you think so Yes?
So would I.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
Children's Hats - - - Infants' Bonnets.
The Largest Assortment Can be Found at
. s. wicaii:
104 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
CHILDREN'S LACE HATS-
CHILDREN'S SILK MULL HATS
CHILDREN'S SILK HATS.
CHILDREN'S MUSLIN HATS.
CHILDREN'S STRAW & LEGHORN HATS-
INFANTS' LACE BONNETS.
INFANTS' CHIFFON BONNETS.
INFANTS' MUSLIN BONNETS-
INFANTS' SILK BONNETS.
Sun Bonnets in White, Cream, Light Blue and Pink.
WE CAN G1VK YOU A PROPER FIT IN ANY STYLE OF
HOLLlSTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
Ii S'ort Ktroot.
WANT 12 1
ATIOX by a J.ipane.so Girl, obe-
faithful and willimr to do
anything. Plea-e addicts "1C. I.," this
olllce. 4SI lit
DY a Yoium Man
is book-keeper for
Xj plantation or store. City lefer-
Fit, III,, 1.1, J
, Uity left
toouis centrally located.
1,2 Enquire 1!i;i.i.i:tin Olllce.
NIOKLY Furnished Cottage
at MnMki near ileieta-
DUVAL PKKMISKS, 1
HereUiiid stieet, onuo-
slle Foit-btieel Chinch. An
At Then. 11. Davie Co.
TO LET "
' KM' House of Five Rooms
L l on MiiKaiuu etieet, with
Itatluooiii, Patent W. ()., eto
one of tho llnt'st views in
J. M. VIVAS.
FOlt KENT or LEASE
'piIK I'iciiiIpcs on Kiuma
i. bticel lately occupied by
A. H, Naouc, a New and
Desirable Hoiisu containing Kitchen,
llatluoom, etc , etc. Alo, Outhouses
on the premises, will be tented or
leased. Pon-eson given 1st of July.
Apply on the piouiiscs.
IM lin A. . NAONK.
NOTICE lo DhltTOKS.
rpilF uudoihignod heieby given notice
L that hhu Is the sole owner of the
juwehy InisliH'ft heietoforo conducted
fur her on Foil tlicct, Honolulu, by
Joseph Hub.nJi. That bhe lots deter
mined to elos) out Mild business mid to
call In all outstanding au'ouuls, wheie
loi e all pin ties owing accounts for goods
purchufecd or wink iluue at hei Moie aio
heichy untitled tu make prompt payment
of the Kline to C V, Aehfoid, at his
ollleu on Moichmil t-ticct. Mr. Ash
ford's receipts will be good acquittance
for all such accounts.
MRS. H. 1IATC11KLOR.
Honolulu, July 1 1, lb'J.2. 171 2v
or SPMMS DESIRED!
Honolulu. If. I.
aunouuee the anlval
Gei man Bark
11!) Days from Bremen, with
Oils & Paints,
Bags & Bagging,
Cement & Fire Clay,
VOll SALE l
1I1AVK 1 our Klim Residence Sites,
t-lttuitcd on t likol street, for sale.
The Lots have a (luntuuo of 01 feet on
Phkoi street and tiro '.'00 feet deep, me
nicely laid out in fruit mid shade trees
and mo all coveiod with grass; water
laid on throughout. The situation of
llit'i-u Lots and the limited number make
it necessary that intending puichaseia
should make early application to tlio
undo lgucd, from whom nil partlcnlms
can be had. JAS. K. MORGAN,