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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
T.HUKSDAY, AUG. -1, 1892.
TllUIHIIAY. Allg. I.
Dark Kooringti from Newcastle, X. S. W.
Stmr Hawaii from Hawaii
Tiumishay, Aug. I.
Stmr James Mnkcu for Hnmttkua
Sehr Huleakala for Molokai
Vessels Leaving To-morrow
Stmr W G Hall for Maui and llawaii.at 10
The bark Margaret ih discharging coal at
the 1 Jl. S. S. wliarf.
Tlie hark Jlatilda was luiulud on tlm
Marino Hallway for slight repairs to her
The steamer AV. G. Hall will leave for
windward ports to-morrow morning at 10
Tho hark Kooringu. coal laden, arrived
from Newcastle, N. b. , this morning,
and anchored in tho stream.
At last the whereabouts of the notorious
Ku Hae Hawaii lias been ascertained. Slie
is engaged between Maui and Hawaii car
rying, not dope, but poi.
WHITNEY - llhAXCHAltl) - At ltohc
hoine, Honolulu, Augusts, lb!)2, by the
Kev. It. It. Hoes, Chaplain of the U.
S. R S. San Francisco, Fred Whitney
to Marion Adelaide lJIanchard, both of
Meteorological Summary, July 1892.
Weather service station at l'unahou.
Average temperature, 77.0. F. Xorinal, 77. 1.
Kxtrome range of temperature, 03 to 87.
Mean daily range, 10.1.
Average minimum, 7.1.0, average maxi
Average height ofbarometer, 30.00; normal,
Daily average range of barometer, 0.53.
Extreme range, 29.00 lowest, to 30.22
highest, how pressure periods, 4th,
10th and 30th. Higli barometer poriods,
1st, 7th and Kith.
Lowest temperature on the 25th, and high
est mean temperature on the 2Stli and
Average relative humidity, 00,2, normal,
70. Absolute humidity, (1.8 grains to
Hie cubic foot.
Haiufail, 1.02 inches, normal, 2.22.
Cloudinebs, 12 percent, normal 41.
Wind average, Ueaufort scale, 1.0.
Wind direction, X. to E. including E. .10
days. h. to S. including S., 0 days. S.
to W. including W., 0 days. AV" to X.
including X., 1 day. ltegular trade
wind days 20. Normal number of
trade-wind days for July, 20.
llnlri record days, 2(1.
Periods of weather disturbance, lot, 1.1th
The month has been characterised by fre
quent light showers, and plenty of
trade wind. From (I to 10 inches of
rain in Upper Xuuanu, Hilo, and in
the Kona rain belt. No rains of any
amount reported from Maui.
C. J, Lyoks,
In charge of Weather Service.
Public Moonlight Concert.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. II. liorgor, loador, will
givo n uoncort this ovoning at Makeo
Inland, eoinnioneing at 7:30 o'clock,
Following is tho program:
March Dal houttio Crook
Overture llerlin l.lfo . . (Ymradl
Fantasia On the Millstreani . Eilenberg
Selection Pirates of Penzance. Sullivan
Three Native Songs,
Medley Yankee Tickle
Waltz Over the Waves
Quadrille Madame Angot,
Galop Princess Itoval
To-morrow's Auction Sale.
A splendid lino of dry goods, silks,
etc., will bo sold at Morgan's auction
room at 10 o'clock to-morrow. The
Japanoso silk handkerchiefs, shawls,
tidies and dross silks aro all of tho
finost, and rarely o Herod for sale at
auction. Tho India linons, Bishop's
lawn, cropo cloth, Burmah muslins,
and fancy dross goods aro in ondlosi
quality and pattorns. A largo lino of
Calcutta and Madras curtains will
also bo sold. Soats reserved for tho
The. bent thing to xend to your friends
ubrond in Kiny Jlros, "UUmtmted Sou
iruir of Hawaii," ivliich hyotlvn up for
the purpose, and is not un advertisement.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho hotels nro well patronized.
Good-byo, Clinnipion. Como again.
Mr. Wntcrliouso's big hotol is still
Diamond Head, 3 p.m. Wenlhor
clear, wind fresh east.
A lively time is expected at tho
Hell Tower this evening.
Tho yacht, raco on Saturday will
start, about 5) o'clock in the morning.
An excursion party will go to Ho
mond Grovo by special train at 7
o'clock to-morrow ovoning.
Tho Pacific Wheelmen's races will
take placo on tho 27th instead of tho
17th of this month, on King street.
Prince Cupid Kalanianaolo will
leave to-morrow on the steamer W.
G. Hall for a month's vacation at
Kailua, Kona, Hawaii.
Mr. Fred Whitney was married
yesterday ovoning by Chaplain U. II.
Hoes, of tho U. S. F- S. San Fran
cisco, to Mrs. M. A. 131anchard.
Tho Board of Representatives of
tho Honolulu Firo Department will
hold their regular monthly meeting
at tho Bell Tower this evening.
Tho band will give a concert at
Makeo Island, Kapiolani Park, this
evening. Tho uoncort at Thomas
Square yesterday ovoning was very
A number of people will leave to
morrow afternoon overland for the
Ilannuma fishing ground, to meet
tho yachtsmen when thoj- go out. in
Hon. R. G. Dibbs, premier of Now
South Wales, will bo a through pas
senger on tho steamer Mariposa duo
on tho 2Cth inst. from San Francisco
on routo home.
Tho Police Court session will open
to-morrow at 5) o'clock, half an hour
earlier than usual. Deputy Polico
Justice W. L. Wilcox will preside for
an hour daily until Judgo Foster is
able to attend.
Tho coroner's inquest on tho death
of John Silvoira, the Portuguese
who was buried alive yesterday, has
been postponed until 1:30 p.m. to
morrow, owing to a member of the
jury being compelled to go out of
Thoro wore six oho fa banks in full
blast to-day, a now one with a capi
tal of ?3000 being opened by the
Chinese clerk of a prominent barris
ter. This lator bank is in tho Tong
King Soeioty building on Borotania
street below Kaumakapili Church.
Tho Hawaiian Nast-has got in his
work again, representing Hawaii
with a broken string just snapped
from Johnston Island, and on tho
loft, still on tho string, Ocean Isl
and. Tt is on exhibition in tho Ha
waiian News Co.'s window with
"What aShamo" under it.
Engine Co. No. 2 has a photograph
of tho lloral device, tho finest of all
by common consent, laid on the
gravo of the lato member of tho
company and ox-Chief of tho De
partment, A. J. Cartwright. It bore
tho honored gentleman's initials and
tho namo and number of the com
pany. Ono of a crowd of juvenile ball
players was arrested this morning
on Alapai streot. Tho boys had
made tho street a baseball ground
for some timo past, but tho lynx
eyed peeler failed to collar more
than ono of tho youngsters. Tho
juvenile ball season on Alapai street
is now over for a timo.
Tuesday afternoon at f o'clock
tho piston on tho right hand engino
of tho Marino Railway broko and
the piston bent. The mechanism
was put in tho hands of tho Hono
lulu Iron Works, who wont right to
work at, it and had repairs complet
ed at 11:30 last night. Tho bark
Matilda was hauled on tho ways this
morning at 7 o'clock.
A couple of bluojackots from 11.
M. S. Champion on horseback creat
ed no little amusement on Fort
streot this morning. Thoy wero
dialling each other as to their io
spective abilities of riding Hawaiian
bronchos. Finally one put up his
horse at tho Pantheon Stables, when
tho other remarked, "He can't ride
a contract 'oss any 'ow.
A Case for Charity.
John Silvoira, the Port uguo.se who
was buried alivo yesterday, leaves his
widow and two little girls destitute,
Thoy live on King street, two doors
beyond South streot, and when boon
yesterday ovoning presented a pitia
ble appearance, weeping over their
lost bread provider, A fow friends
had sent eatables and a couple of
caudles, the latter being stuck in
bottles. It was a wretched enough
homo without tho death of its sus
tainor. Silvoira was buried to-day,
tho widow, family and a fow frionds
attending. Truly this is a case for
Deputy Marshal Meluton pro.son
ed the widow ye.sleiday afternoon
TiiunsuAY, Aug. , 1802.
Assembly convened at H). Prayer
by Chaplain. Minutes of previous
meeting were read and approved.
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee, reported Bills ir2-3-l
Minister Sponeor reported that
Her Majesty signed Hills (1) (i, rela
tive to a revenue tax on playing
cards, (2) Ifi, relating to fisheries, and
(3) 10, relating to a police justice for
tho district of West Kau, Hawaii.
Minister Widemann read for the
first time a bill to amend Chapter 0,
Laws of 1800, relative to tho Cur
rency (and applying to issuance of
$10 notes), and, under suspension of
tho rules, read tho bill a second timo.
On motion tho Bill was ordered to
engrossment and for third reading
on Saturday next.
Tho Minister of Interior presented
answers, read by Clerk McCarthy,
relative to questions propounded by
Rep. S. K. Ptia, and to tho effect that
(1) There is no limit fixed to tho
number of offices which can be held
by any ono employee of tho Hawaii
an Government other than that as to
salary. (2) Salary paid to R. W.
Moyer as Postmaster, the Minister
offered a communication from Post-mastor-Gonoral
Hill to the effect
that Mr. Meyer received but $25 per
month from tho Bureau. (3) As
Agent of tho Board of Education tho
salary paid was stated by Hon. W.
James Smith, the Secretary of the
Board, to bo $7 per annum and fur
nishes bond of $1,500 as School
Agont of Molokai. (-1) As to Mr.
Meyer's salary as Agent of the Board
of Health and tho other questions in
that regard, the Minister -submitted
a letter from tho President of the
Board of Health to tho effect that
Mr. Meyer's salary was $2,000 per
3'oar. Thoro is but one Superinten
dent at tho Leper Settlement, and
that is Wm. H. Toll. Other answers
wore also submitted to the other
Rep. R. W. Wilcox read for tho
first time a Bill to amend Article -11
of tho Constitution.
Rep. Pua questioned tho Minister
of Finance to tho effect , (1) How much
money has been deposited in tho
Postal Savings Bank since April 1st
this year and how much money has
been withdrawn or notice of with
drawals givou during same period?
(2) What wore tho deposits and with
drawal of money during tho corres
ponding period last year? (3) How
much money is duo to tho Savings
Bank now? (1) Is there money
enough to pay all demands? (5) If
not, how is it proposed to meet tho
demands of depositors?
Rep. Waipuilani questioned the
Board of Education through tho
Minister of Finance, asking if tho
Board intended to keep in position
school-teachers who had been con
victed of a misdoiiionor or whoso
character had been impugned.
Tho same member questioned the
Minister of tho Interior relative to
whether or no there had been any
money received or collected for tho
carting of rubbish in the city of Ho
nolulu or for tho use of the excava
tor. At 10:10, on motion of Rep. R. W.
Wilcox, tho Order of tho Day was
brought, on, and Bill lot) relative to
"An Act to provide for the appoint
ment of acting polico justices in
case of tho illness or temporary ab
sence or disqualification of polico
justices and to amend Section 1)15 of
tho Civil Code as amended by Chap
tor XX11. of the Laws of 187-1, and
Chapter XIII. of the Laws of 1S00,"
camo up on third reading and passed.
Bill 28, "to amend and consolidate
tho laws relating to tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank," came up on
second reading and, on motion, was
considered Section by Section,
Sections 1 to 15, inclusive, wero
passed with but little debate. In
Section Hi, the provision that tho
Auditor-General inspect the books
and verify tho cash caused some
argumout on account of a Bill being
before the Assembly to abolish tho
Pending action on Section Hi, tho
Assembly at 12:02 took recess until
1:30 p. m.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
G-. J. Waller,
For MouUliiiijs, Frames, l'astrls, Arto
types, I'hotoijmvnees, Ftvhinijs, and
everything in the line of I'ietures, go to
King ilros., Hotel street.
Engino Co. No. 1 held its regular
monthly mooting yesterday evening.
In tho absence of tho foreman and
assistant foreman, George Barker,
captain of tho hose, presided. Noth
ing llut routine business was trans
acted. Engine Co. No. 2, W. II. C. Greig,
foreman, presiding, had the fair at
tendance of 10 members at its
monthly meeting yesteiday evening.
Three new members were elected.
A discussion took place m the con
dition of the engine, that was in
jured going to a recent fne. Kvory
thing has been repaired except the
wheels, one of which being dished
cannot bo depended on Tor safety.
The Chief Engineer, J. Asch, had
promised to send for a new pair of
wheels as soon as practicable. In
tho meantime tho company will have
tho lire extinguisher to operate until
further notice. Perhaps the injured
wheels may bo strengthened tempo
rarily, however, as a fne may occur
any day so large as to require all the
steamers of the department.
Hook it Ladder Co. had a respect
able muster of 23 members. G. K.
Norton, foreman, piosidod in his
usual cheery manner. Gustavo M.
Rose, secretary, repoited that all the
delinquents given more time at the
previous meeting, except one who
promised to square up this week,
had cleared thomsohes on the book.
Three new members wero elected,
including Hon. J. Koahou, Repre
sentative for one of theIIilo. There
aro two members of tho Legislature
(S. K. Pua and Koahou) and one
prince (Kawananakoa) on the com
pany's roll. The foreman reminded
members that the next meeting
would bo hold, out of the ordinary
course, on September 10, that being
the 35th anniversary of the com
pany's organization. The officer
will solicit funds for a celebration
of tho event. After adjourning the
company had a sociable time, in
which lager on ice iit-urod. Tho
ollicers and several members of No.
2 came over from their meeting to
accept the hospitality of the Hooks.
m m m
A Visit to tho Dredge.
By invitation of Hon. L. A. Thorn
ton, chairman of the special com
mittee on tho dredge matteis, a large
number of the members of Legisla
ture including all the ollicers of the
Assembly and the egislative re
porters of the Ad-ertiser and (he
Buli.utin, paid a visit yesterday after
noon to the huge machine stationed
at the entrance to tho harbor and
which is now engaged in tho good
work of removing the obstructions
at the ontrance to the harbor. The
party wero carried thither in the tug
Eleu, Capt. Rice, leaving Browor's
wharf at 1:30. After inspecting and
viewing tho working of the dredge,
explained by Mr. Dyer of the Hisdon
Iron Works, and Mr. Young, the fore
man of tho dredge, quite a number
paid a visit to tho dumping grounds
and viewed the colossal mas of sand
already deposited within an enclosed
area of about twenty-five acres.
After remaining on the and for a
while tho parly returned to the city
by means of tho Customs steam
launch in charge of Deputy Collec
tor Board man and Port Surveyor
Crabbe. The unanimous expression
of opinion was that the work was
being very satisfactorily performed,
tangible results in incieased depth
at tlie bar from 20 feet to 32 feet
being presented and al-o the founda
tion for an increased acicugo along
the water front.
Beware of Imitations !
I CAUTION the Public HL'iiinst the oU'er
1. lot's of "Normal Sanlliiry .liicgcr
Unilerwenr" mlvertli-cil by uiiscniulou
hoiu-cs lo mislead the 'uihllc. The
GcDflioc Normal Sanitary
l& Cmiiiot be
only at my More
nir hilled there, bill
For the Hawaiian Islands of Dr. uied. O.
Jaeger's Similar) Underwear.
E. J. MOKG-AN.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
84 Deibtauia St.
Bell Tele. 280
OUR STOCK OF
AM. OK WHICH AUH ri!i:sn. kvkiiy
At Popular Prices !
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COIiNKll KOKT AND KINO ST HE UTS.
HUI MELE HAWAII NOEAU
Will Repeat the Opera of
Kor the hcueliit of that church,
Saturday Evening, August Gtli,
AT S O'CLOCK.
Tickets will be found at
1IOUJSTI5H & CO.,
HAWAIIAN' NEWS CO.,
IIOISKO.V, N'KWMAV .t CO.,
HUTU ICIC CIMOAI l'AHLOKS.
Adults 50c. Children 25c.
THE I'NDKISSKiNHI) WIM.
Wi Kona Butler !
AT FORTY CENTS PER POUND!
I'rom dale and until fuilhcr notice.
Henry Davis & Co.
Ailf-llst :i, JM1. 183-hv
Hartford Firo Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Firo Ins. Co.,
& "-i5s2! ' feiafBS? s II'?
1FMT FOODS M
Aen"- Si 17 fl"J9 , i-trcet, with ll.ithroom, pat
ASSOIB, e1ldW,U--'. . , ,. . . Commands
Thames and Morsoy Marino Ins. Co.,
Now York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0, BERGER,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
I'iiture Fi antes made In ortli r from
Lutikl Stalls of MoutdiiuiK. ileiiiit'ti-
;..., ..r m.l ;,.-.., , ; h'i,,
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llros., Hotel street,
Do We Catch
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Spreckols' Bank.
CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER FIT
In -A-ny Style of
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - HoxioItjlI-u., EL I.
Tlie Largest Assortment
CAN J IK KOUXI) AT
104 Port Stx-e3t, Horiolvilu..
ciiii.DiMiN's ivAci: hats,
OIIII.DKKN'S .Mill. I. MATS,
OlIlUMtKN'S SII.IC HATS,
OniUHinN'S .MUSI.IN HATS,
oiiii(i)hi:n's stiiaw ha'ts,
ciiii,i)i:i:n".s 1,1:0 iioun hats.
INFANTS' i.aci: HONN'I"T,
INFANTS' CIMrTON ltONXKTS,
INFANTS' MUSI, IN I'ONNKTS,
INTANTS' Sll,K I50NNKTS.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE, CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
To Lot or Leaso,
oiiiikc al .miimki,
near licrctania street car.
Kent M. Aiiplvthisontce.
rpwo IIOO.M cottaoi:
.1. on I'hiiina Square.
O. ISov Z.
trally located. Inquire at
1!i!.i,i;tin Ollice. Itfi-tf
At Then. II. ilavics.V Co.
HOl'.-K OF FIVi:
ioiiis, on .MiiL-H.inc
1 oneof the llnenl views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tI) .1. M. VIVAS.
xici; coTTA'ii: ox
lleietauia street, near
1'ill'oi street, containing
far or. iiciliooms, nalli-
rooiu, Dliiiiigroom, Pantry and Kitchen,
t-erva ill's room. Carriage II iiuse, Stable. eln.
Traiuc.irs pais every yi minutes. Appl) at
ollice of this pajM'i. l.rMf
HOUSE TO LET.
rpiIAT II AN DSOMK
1 new residence on King
ulreet now occupied by the
iiudersiiiued. cither furn
ished or unfurnished; contains double par
iocs, iiiiuug room,
sowum moiu; tlrst-c
three bedrooms and
ass kitchen and jmii-
in; hot mid cold water"
11 v. wardrobes built il
throughout, simiouary withstands and
ary wiiflistands and
deuce : stables and car-
1 .vei) modern convenience; stables and car-
l'ossesion given iiiiiuediateh ,
JOHX l HOWLlHt,
Hcretaniu street, op- Srkrik
posite Fort stieel cluucli. , , , kCfS.
Aindyto It. I. I.II.I.IK. lii4ai5S
Your Eye ?
If your lamp shade lias
grown old and baggy at tho
lenoes we offer as a substi
tute a Genuine
Handpainted Japanese Silk Sliade
Ili'Uiitifnlly Decorated Paper
Shades at less than half the
i2r:' rhe supply is limited ;
come early and avoid the rush.
A MISFIT ?
9 HOltSF. l'OWlHt Ul'IMIiHT llAXTKIt
' Fneiiie and lloiler, in good working
order. 1'or particulars or tenon niiiil v to tlm
111)1,1. WIN OFF1C1-:.
rpVO VICKY DKSI It A HI. K AX1) l'l.EAS
1 autly Located lluihliiif; hots, located
on KI111111' iiml I'ensacola .streets, this city,
arc ollered for sale on advantageous terms.
For particulars inouire of
tTU-L'tt' Mi Merchant Mreet.
rpo CI.O.iK THK IIUSINKSS OK THE
1 late linn of H. H. WILLIAMS Co.
011 account of the departure of ineinlwrs of
said Firm, all remaining outstanding Ac
counts Due that Finn have been placed
with Mr, A. S. Hartwell for Immediate
Collection. II. 11. WILLIAMS .v. CO.
.lulv In INU. Hv .1. II. Wood.
SUUAH COMPANY will nleic-o tukit
I notice that the Annual .Meeting of the
Company will lie bold at thu omen of l
ltrewer ,v Co.,("uccn street, on Wednesday,
August 10th, nt 111 o'clock a. M.
Secretary H. S. Co.
Honolulu, July , HU. IM-1U
A SI'KCIAL Mr.r.TIXOOFTllIUIOAUD
1 of Trif-teos of the Queen's Hospital
will Is) held nt the room of the Chamber of
Commerce, on Momhi), August ii, IMt.', nt
lllo'eliH'k v. M., for the purpose of consid
ering proim-cd Amendments to lt-l.:iw.
Per Order. F. A. SCHAllFHi:.
Honolulu, July ii, lMr.'. 4"-in
LOST, STRAYED, OR STOLEN.
7MU1.M Tin: i'iti:.Misi:s of tiii:
; 1 unilersigned, 1'aitoa road, three weeks
i ago, it Hay Filly, ll hands high, feet and
inane mid tail black; will nil grow black.
Ten Dollars (-!()) Itcward will he paid for
the return of tlm Filly.
I l A ncii til
July ', IbU."