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VOL. IV. NO. 480.
Honolulu, ir. l, Friday, august r, 1802.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
rniNTr.D and runusiiEii
KXUKl'T SUNDAY IIY TUP.
Dally Bulletin Publishing Co., L'd.,
AT TUT. OFFICE,
Morcliant St., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
8UHS0UIPTIOX Six Dot.i.vns a Ye mi.
Delivered In Honolulu at Fifty Oknth a
Month, In uilvuncc.
Tho WKF.KLY 1UTLLKTIN Is Issued
every Tuesday, at Form DoM.Alts A Ymn
to Domestic, and Fivr. Doi.i.aiis to Foreign
UnoKANi) Jon Puintino Dono in Supcr'or
Address letters for tho paper " Kditor
1Ium.i-.tin." and business letters " Manager
llullctln Publishing Company." Using a
jjersonal address may cause delay in atten
tion. Doth Telephones 23l.
DANIEL LOOAN, Editor and Manager
J. AIiPRED MAGOON.
Attoiini'y-at-Iiavv and Niitauy Puiii.ic.
42 Merohant Street, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
Illll'OnTI'KS and Di:.vt.r.iw IN I.UMIir.Il AND
AI.I. KINDS OK llllll.lUNU MaTIUUAIJ.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
WILDER & CO.
DliAl.KR-S IN LUMIlKIt, PAINTS, OlI.S, XAII.S,
Salt, and ISuimunci Matkhiaus
ok i:vi:hy kind.
Corner Kort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
iMI'OltrERS AND CoMMIhSION MeIICIIAnHi.
Fori Street, Honolulu.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Uksi.uw. Commission" Aii:nts.
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
G. W. MACFABLANE & CO.
Impokti'ih and Commission Merchants.
Queen Street, Honolulu.
JOHN T. WATERHOTJSE.
Impoutku AND Di:mcii IN Or.Nr.KAI.
Queen Street, Honolulu.
GONSALVES & CO.
ruoi,i:sAi.n GltOt'KllS and Wini: Miikciiantk
Deaver Ulock, Honolulu.
JNO. S. SMITHIES.
Auctionkku AND (iKNKIIM. IMINIS Auiint.
Mahukona, Kohala, Hawaii.
WENNER & CO.
MANUKAt'TUniNU AND I.MrOUTINII Ji:ivct.i:iM.
!).' Fort Street, Honolulu.
MANiiFAcruniNn Jkwei.f.ii and Watcii-
Kukul Jowelry a Hiioeialty. Paiticulur
iittuution paid to all kinds of repairs.
King Street, Honolulu,
ATLAS ASSURANCE CO.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
AtiKNTii koii thi: Hawaiian Isinds.
HONOIiULU IRON WORKS.
Stkam Knoinks, Suoaii Mii.ijs, lion.nts,
Coolkks. Ikon, IIhahs, and Li:ad
Machinery of Kvory Descriiitlon Made to
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
lllaoksniithiiig. Job Work c.cculfil at
KXUKI.I.EKT ACCOMMOIHTION KOII 1'aTIKNTS.
King Street, Honolulu.
Dr. A. R. Rowat, V. S.
7:30 to 10 a. M.j 12:30 to'.' p.m.; 1:30 tod p.m.
DullfXJ. TKLKPHONKH Mutual IK1.
li)J tf P. O. Uox a-M,
O. B. RIPLEY.
Complete plans and upecillcatious for
uvery ilescription of building. Contracts
drawn and careful superintomluni'o of con
struction given when required. Call and
oxamiuo plans. New designs. Modern
buildings. Ollice, Itoom 6, Spreckolh' Itlock.
Mutual Tel. TO.
E. J. MORGAN.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
84 Berotaula St.
Bell Tele. 200
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco :
The now and flno At Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo due nt Honolulu from Sydney and Auck
land on or about
And will leave for tho above pott with
Malls Mini Pass-engersonorabout thatdate.
For Sydney and Auckland :
The new and line Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu, from San Francisco,
on or about
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Pasengois for tho above ports.
The undersigned are now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
ttSf For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of tho above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
ports on or about the following dates:
Oceanic Aug. 23, 1892
China Oct. 3, 1892
Oceanic Nov. 1,1892
China Doc. 12, 1892
Oceanic Jan. 11, 1893
China Fob. 20, 1893
Gaelic April 11, 1893
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to tho above poit on
nr about tho following dates:
Round Trip Tickets
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350.
gXT For Freight iiml J'asnge apply to
H. HAGKFELD & CO.,
as- tf Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
Aug. 9 Aug. 1G
Sept. 6 Sept. 13
Oct. 4 Oct. 11
Nov. 1 Nov. 8
From San Francisco
MONOWAI, Sept. 2.1
ALAMKDA, Oct. 'Jl
Fiom Sydney for
MONOWAI, Aug. ir
MONOWAI, Nov. 17
CHAS. T. GULICK.
Notary Public for the Island of Oahu,
Agent to tako Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant Marriage Lkejises, Hono
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands of Pitt .v.
Scott's Freight and Parcel Kxpress,
Agent for tho llurllugtou Home.
HF.AI, KSTATK IIIIOKKK
A.Nii (IKNKUAL AOMNT.
llr.i.1. 18- TKl.KI'HONU -MiniiAi. i:i')
P. O, Uox 1 15
!1S Merchant Ht. - - Honolulu, H. I.
Island Shells and Curios 1
WHOLF.SALF. AND HKTAIL.CHKAP
for Cash, at 101 Fort street, between
Killers' Dry Hoods Storo and Piauk (icrtz's
Shoo store. 353tf T, TANNATT.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
Will lwivo Honolulu at 'J r. m., touching nt
Laliaiua, Maalaea Bay, and Makena
the same day;
Mahukona, Kawalliac, and Laupalioelioe
the following day, arriving at
Fit I DAY August II)
Returning leaves Hilo, touching at I.au
pahoehoe same day; Kawalliac a. m.; Ma
hukona 10a. m.; Makena Ir. M.; Maalaea
Hay (I p. m.; I.nhaiua S i m. the following
day; ariiving at Honolulu (! a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
AltltlVlCS AT HONOLULU:
ttf" No Freight will be received after
11! noon on day ofsailing.
Will leave Honolulu evciy Tuesday at
f p. M., touching at
Kaliulul, Huelo, Hana, Hamoa, aud Klpaliulu,
:m .A. XT i ,
And Paauliau, Hawaii.
Returning will arrive at Honolulu every
fg No Freight will be received , after
1 P. M. on day of sailing.
Consignees must be at the landings to
leceive their Freight, as we will not hold
ourselves responsible after such Freight
has been landed.
While tho Company will use duo dili
gence in handling Live Stock, wo decline
to assume any responsibility in ease of the
loss of same.
Tho Company will not be responsible for
Money or Jewelry unless placed in the care
Y. C. WILDKIl, President.
S. li. KOSi:, Secretary.
CAPT. .1. A. KINO, Port Supt.
The iindorsigncd having boon appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
koii tiik ci:i.i:im'ii:D
FUOM THK WOltlvS OF
Burham, "Williams &, Co.,
Am now prepared to give Estimates and
receive union for these F.iiginos,
of any sue aud style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AltK NOW MANUFACTUKINO A
STYLK OF I.OCOMOTIVK
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have rcccntlv been
received at tho.-o Islands, and wo will have
plcasiiiu in furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
The Siiieriority of theso Locomotives
over all other makes Is known not only
here but is acknowledged throughout tlio
WM. G. IRVIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Steam Candy Factory
Pastry Cook, and Baker.
Mfusni, Jumj JiroH.arc xhowiuy a fine
line of ltiimlmu anil other xtylo Parlor
HwseU, Wall HruckftH, ami Window
Cornices), at Prices to meet tho times,
Hotel Hrw( Phone
St. mI Tr7 Ml '
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
O IT Hit FOl! HALF.
Lime : ana.: Cement,
PAUAFFINK PAINT CO.'S
Compounds and Roofing,
Felt Ste'aiu Pipe Covering,
Wool Dust, Bono Meal, Fish Guano.
ALSO IUJCIC iV. OULANDT'S
High Grado Chemical Cane Manure
OrELSS Seeds :
Cocksfoot, Rye Grass, and Clovers.
FA 1 KUAN K. CANNINO CO.'S
in 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Life, Fire, and Marine
A (j outs for
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
Elna Fire Insurance Co.,
Union Insurance Co,,
OF SAN FKANOISCO, CAL,
O. L. BK.ITO,
Corner of Smith & King Streets, Honolulu,
Ki:i:i'r a cn.MPLr.Ti: lini: of'
New Consignments by Every Steamer.
Fresh Waialua and Koua Bnttor
At 40 cts. a Pound.
rpt) CLOSD THK HllhlSKhS OF TJIU
1 late tiriu of II. 11. WILLIAMS A- CO.
on account of the jlcpaiture of member uf
Miiil Firm, all remaining outstanding Ac
counts Duo that Firm have been placid
with Mr. A. S. Haitwell for Immediate
Collection. 11. 11. WILLIAMS .V CO.
July in, lMr. lly .1. Jl. Wood.
rorMoulilimjn, Frume, Pastels, Arto
types, Photogravures, litehimjs, and
ererythinn tr the tine of J'letiires, yo to
Kimj Jiros., Iltl street.
Tiioiisdav, Aug. i, 1SU2.
Tho Assembly reconvened from
recess at 1:10 o'clock, and discussion
of Section 1(5, of the Postal Savings
Bank Hill, was continued.
Hop. Katnauoha favored tho mo
tion to strike out that portion of the
hcetion which referred to tho examin
ation of tho honks and verification of
tho cash by tho Auditor-General.
Noble Macfarlano said that the
duties of tho Auditor-General should
lie placed in one act and then that
ollicer would know what ho was ex
pected to do. As related to this Bill
tho Auditor-General had no knowl
edge of tho requirements placed
therein and had therefore never per
formed the duties mentioned. Ho
favored that the clause mentioned
lie struck out.
On vote tho clause was struck out.
Section 17 had been reported on
by tho Comtnitteo as follows: "The
present law allows tho issuance of
live percent bonds in amounts not
le.ss than .?r00 to depositors who
have had deposits in tho bank for
six months. Tho amendment pro
poses to increase tho maximum inter
est, in tho discretion of tho Minister
of Finance, to six percent and to re
duce tho amount which may bo is
sued to.?200. Tho Commit teo recom
mend that tho amendments bo made,
and thai a further amendment be
made reducing the length of time
from six to three months during
which deposits must have boon in
tho bank prior to bonds becoming
The section passed as lccomnieud
ed I)- tho Committee.
Sections 18, 15), 20 and 21 were
passed without comment.
Section 22 wtis criticized by Noble
J. if. Horner on account of tho
looseness contained therein with re
gard to the power given to sell with
out stint the bonds propo.sod to bo
issued under the provisions of the
section. There being no set prices
a largo amount of tho hniidi could
easily bo saerilied at a low rate when
sold riidit out; he advocated that
borrowing on tho bonds would bo
preferable, for after the time of
stringency had passed all that would
bo required would be to pay the
amount obtained and the Govern
ment could legain its bonds, while
with open .sale it could be easily seen
that tho Government would not
only havo to pa' the interest but
also tho full face value.
Minister YVidoinann hoped that
tho honorable Noblo would never
assist in putting such men in Cabi
net positions as would prove dis
honest enough to do that which had
been implied in his remarks and
that was to make a sale of tho pro
posed bonds at a fraudulently low
rate. Laws could not keep a thief
from stealing audit was to bo pre
sumed that ollicors of Her Majesty's
Cabinet wore abovo such imputa
tion. Noblo Horner responded b' say
ing that it was advisable to formu
late the host course of procedure,
and ho considered that tho safest
way was tho best. It was not neces
sary for a man to bo dishonest to
sell the bonds at a ridiculously low
figure, an error of judgment might
ho committed ns was instanced by
the issuance or .U) notes tlio oilier
Noble Macfarlano thought that
the objections mentioned icached
further back than Section 22, ho
Uh'ii rofonod to the substance mat
ter of Section 21 ami h.VuNio would
move the reconsideration at the pro
Section 22 was passed and a motion
to iccousider the vote on Section 21
wilt made, but withdrawn.
Minister Wideinann ollered ma
terial for a now section to bo called
Section 22a, aud providing for the
issuance of bonds by the Postmaster
to cover drafts on Postal Savings
Hank deposits, to ho deposited with
the Minister of Finance, and nego
tiable at (') percent.
After somo argument the pioposcd
new Section 22a was rofonod to the
Section 2:1 passed; Section 21
struck out; Sections 25 and 2(5, pio
viously 2t and 27, wore passed.
Minister Widomauu ollered a new
section, to he numbered Section 27,
and providing for the issuance of
short time exchequer notes to cover
funds borrowed, and at a rate of (as
ho rend) 8 percent interest.
Objection being made to the man
ner of introduction of the now sec
lion, il not having been reported
back by the Finance Committee, dis
cussion ensued upon the rate of in
Noblo Maefarlnne, while favoring
the general proposition of issuing
short term exchequer bills to meet
tho possible emergency occasioned
by the Postal Savings I3ank, strenu
ously opposed fixing (ho rate of in
terest at 8 percent. He denied that
tho Finance Committee had agreed
with tho Minister of Finance that
tho rate should bo fixed at 8 percent
that was tho rock upon which he
had split in his talk with tho' Minis
ter. Tho speaker thought it un
necessary to increase tho Govern
ment rale of interest by &$i percent
over tho present rate on thebomK
It is more than likely that these pro
posed short term bonds will readily
1)0 taken up at (5 percent, where the
long term bonds (twenty years), as is
now well known cannot ho disposed
of at present, for tho reason that in
vestors do not care just now to lock
up their money for that time. The
speaker also contended that the in
creased rate of interest would tend
to depreciate Government bonds.
Ho favored a reference of t Ids sec
tion to the Pittance Committee, that
tho members might get all the in
foimation possible on the subject
before disposing of such an impor
Hop. Bush objected to 8 percent
as the rate of inlcrcit. Ho thought
thai plenty of investors would be
found at (5 percent. Ho know that
thoio was one friend of tho Govern
ment in the House, Noblo Dreier,
who had considerable 11101103, and he
would undoubtedly be willing to
take up these notes at 0 percent.
Noblo Baldwin considered that il
would be eminently proper for the
Assembly to obtain all tho informa
tion possible before taking final ac
tion on the subject before the House.
He favored loferonco to the com
mitteo so (hat the views of the best
financiors in the country could be
Minister I'aiker was satisfied that
11101103' could bo obtained on these
notes for less than 8 percent, but
tho mention of that rate was in
tended to express ''at not more than
8 percent." Ho thought it would be
only a waste of lime to refer the
section oll'eied or the other sections
which tho Minister of Finance had
prepared, to either a special commit
tee or the Committee on Finance.
Noblo lua was in favor of lefer
enco to the Finance Committee
with instructions not only to inquire
of tho banks, but also of private in
dividuals who have 11101103' t !"
the rate of interest and amount that
could be taken up. Ho had heard
that theio is a certain party who is
willing to loan $10,000 at fi or (i per
cent for the construction of the now
Noblo Thurston stated that ho
favored the short term notes, but
there had been no agreement iclntivo
to the rate of interest, 8 percent was
out of the question and only gave
another instance of tho peculiar
financiering qualifications of the
Minister of Finance, Ho referred
to tho pioviously good rates at which
bonds had sold aud instanced the
figures of later day sales.
-Minister I'arkor refuted the impu
tation that tho present condition of
financial distress was due to tho
Cabinet. He placed the cause for
the effect to the ci edit of thoMcKin
Minister Widoniuuu had a word
to s!iy, relative to the special refer
ence of Noblo Thurston to tho Cabi
net, He would say that when tho
former Minister (Damon) was in
power, times wore very dilferent,
very dill'oioiil indeed. Then he had
bought certain sugar stock at S.'tfiO
per shaie, which he believed he
could not now got .'?.r() per share for.
The idea wa-i preposteiotis that the
Ministers had depreciated planta
tion slock in that maimer.
On motion the proposed new sec
tion which the Minister had prepar
ed was referred to the Committee
On motion of Noblo Macfarlano
tho vote on section (i was rocon
sidered, aud the section, being again
brought up, he ninondod by the ad
dition of words which prevented
minors of tender years from drawing
money from the l'o-.tal Savings
Hank without tho countersigning of
their patents or guardians.
Nobles Peterson, Baldwin aud
Fun favored the amendment aud
Hops. Navvahi aud Kamauoha wore
opposed. The amendment, however,
on motion, passed, aud the section
was then again passed.
Tho President said that nothing
more could be done with tho hill un
til the report of tho Financo Com
mittee was received on sections re
ferred. Tho bill was tabled to await
Notices of committee meetings
were given as follows: Oceanic Sub
sidy, Temperance, Finance and Com
merce. The Assembly at 3:33 adjourned.
Circus Tickets for tho Crowd.
When tho circus was hero last
week, says the St. Louis Globe
Democrat, and tho House found it
self without a quorum, George D.
Wise, of Virginia, told a good cloak
room stor3. Mr. Wise in his youth
was a page in tho United States
Senate. Senator Gorman was a page
at the same time, and two other
smart boys who were pages in that
poriod were afterward elected to
Congress. But Mr. Wise's stor- did
not relate to his experience as a Sen
ato page. It was founded on fact.
Tho scone was Hanover Court
House, in Mr. Wise's district, and
the time was the last campaign. Mr.
Wise and one of the Democratic
nominees for elector-at-largo were
announced to speak "on the issues of
the day" at Hanover.
''When wo got to town," said Mr.
Wise, "wo discovered that a circus
had spread its canvas for that ver3'
afternoon. Tho crowd was large,
but I had 1113' doubts as to how tho
speochmaking would go in opposi
tion to tho circus. Tho meeting was
set for one o'clock in tho afternoon,
and 1 knew that tho circus people
would begin to do business at about
the same time. There didn't seem
to be anything to do but to go
ahead with our appointment. Wo
had the meeting called to order, aud
1 told the elector that courtesy de
manded that he, being a candidate
on tho State ticket, should make tho
first speech. Ho was inclined to
waive that and have 1110 begin, but I
insisted. 1 know that tho circus
eri-sis was coming, and I preferred
to have him face it. So tho elector
was introduced and started ofL All
was ominously quiet around tho cir
cus tent. The crowd gathered to
hear the speaking, and tho elector
began to warm up to tho occasion.
He had spoken perhaps fifteen min
utes when suddenly tho hand struck
up, tho ticket seller took his place
and tho canvas door was throwu
open. The crowd turned as one man
aud started for tho show. In two
minutes there wasn't anybodv' around
the platform, and I was the only
person besides the elector upon tho
platform. Tho elector stopped aud
looked at 1110, 'It's no use talking
against circus,' said 1, and we got
down and followed tho crowd, which
was gathering around tho ticket
seller. 1 brought out some 11101103
from liichmoud to extend hospitali
ties to 1113' hearers when I finished
the speech 1 expected to make. 1
hunted up 0110 of 1113' best friends in
the crowd, and handing him 11101103'
"Here, 3'ou buy tickets to the cir
cus with this and give thoni to tho
right persons with niycoinpliinonts."
"Tho next minute 1113 friend was
shouting at the top of his voice:
'Ladies and gentlemen, tho Hon.
George D. Wise has authorized 1110
to see that every 0110 of you has a
ticket to tho show, with his compli
ments.' "With that tlio crowd shoutod aud
crowded up. 1 saw 1113' 11101103 go
into the hands of tho ticket seller,
and 1 saw the crowd pass into tho
circus at 1113' expense. Of course
there was no stopping after that. It
took tho last quarter out of my
pocket before the job was finished,
and there I stood with my crowd in
side aud 1 alone on the outside. Tho
circus manager came over to me and
with a grin complimented mo on my
electioneering tactics. He wanted to
know if I wasn't going to see tho
show, and 1 told him tho condition
of my pockets. 'Pass right in, Mr.
Wise,' he said, aud in I went.
"When the returns caino from
llauover Court House after the elec
tion 1 found 1 had swept tho pre
A traveling man who chanced to
bo in the storo of E. V. Wood, at
Me Keen Hocks, Pa., says while ho
was waiting to seo Mr. Wood a little
girl came in with an empty bottle
labeled Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
and said, "Mamma wants another
bottle of that medicine; she says it
is the best medicine for rheumatism
sho ever used." Fifty cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
rplli: WlXKbYlllU.Iil'liK-iM COI.
.L limns of Intonating Ueudlntf.M.attcr.
Islands, $ l; mailed to furcigu'cpimtri6l''o,