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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, AUG. 5, 1892.
TiiiiitsnvY, Aug. 1.
Sttnr J A Cuiiuiiini from Kuolnu
I'm day, Ami;. 5.
Stinr O 11 llisliop from Wniannc and Moku-
Stinr Kanla from Kauni
Fihdw, Auk. '
Stmr W O Hall for Maui anil Hawaii at 10
Schr Mille Morris for Koolau
Schr Sarah A Eliza for Koolau
"Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bktno S X Castle, Hubbard, for San
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Sttnr Hawaii 1300 bags sugar and 100 hides.
oliur u ii iiisnop ui3 nags sugar, zj uuis
hide, 3'K! bags rice, 10 bags rice bran,
11)00 bags paddy and sundry articles.
Fi'om Australia, per bk Kooringa,
Aug 4. Mis T Young and niece.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W
G Hall, Aug 5 For Volcano: F B
Sohwabaeh, wife and servant. Waj
ports: Mrs T C Wills and 2 children,
O L Brito, J P Lino and 3 children,
Miss Bruns, Miss Gortz, Miss Moi
uecko, Prince Cupid Kalaniauaole,
Miss Carrie Snow, Miss Beckwith,
Rev Fathers Sylvester and Colestine,
Master Marques (2), W B Hardy and
wife, Apo and wife, Mrs Kamaiopili,
Miss B Smithies, J Kokaula, wife
and child, Mrs J Maguiro and child,
Miss Julia Hunt, Miss Suuter and
The steamer C. It. llisliop arrived this
morning fiom the other side of the island,
with besides a cargo, six deck passengers.
Tho four-masted schooner Aloha which
has been lying in the stream for four weeks
or more has received her Hist instalment
of sugar from the steamer J. A. Cummins.
Accident to a Native Sovonty Years
A native about sovonty years of
ago was run ovor yesterday aftor
noon about 4:30 o'clock by a car
riage, in which woro four bluojackots
from tho U. S. Flagship San Fran
cisco. Tho old man was tottoring
down Maunakoa, below King stroot,
when tho tars camo along. They
sang out to tho pld follow, but ho
did not tako heed and was knocked
down, without sustaining serious
injury. Tho occupants of tho car
riage woro taken to tho Police Sta
tion, -whoro after investigation it was
found out that Undo Sam's men
woro not to blame, and that tho old
man was deaf. When asked by Cap
tain Kamana whoro ho lived ho said
somewhere near tho lnsano Asylum.
Tho jolly tars, who woro celebrating
boforo thoir departure, got up a sub
scription of $2 and presented it to
tho old man. Ho was taken homo
by Captain Kamana.
Public Moonlight Concert.
Tho Itoyal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, will
give a concert this evening at Thomas
Square, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is tho program:
Duet II Trovatoro
Hooheiio. liui. Aianl.
o kit 1'alai,
Medley UniiX'ror'H Itovluw.
(lavotte Ithinu Sounds,
Fantasia Mount (iuard
Old Rags Wanted.
Cloanwliito rags, suitable for band
ages, fire wanted for uso at t ho Bishop
llomu and tho Boys' Homo, Leper
Settlement, Molokai. IJing up 281
Mutual tolophono, and thoywill bo
wmt for; or loavo tho saino at tho
olliou of tho Board of Health, or at
J, T, Watorhouso's, Queen stroot.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Iloail, 8 p.m. Weather,
hasty; wind, light oast.
A special train will leave the O. 1J.
Sc L. Co.'a depot this evening for
Mr. P. B. Sohwabaeh, wife and
servant wore passengers by (ho
steamer W. G. Hall for tho Volcano
Georgo L, Hitman and William
Charlock have a now duct which
they sing beautifully. It is a laugh
H. B. M. S. Champion blow faro
well blasts from her syren boforo
gallantly steaming out of port yea
A roport of tho Daughters of
Iiebekah's entertainment at tho resi
dence of Mrs. Lack, on Emma street,
has been deferred,
Tho sale of dross goods and fancy
material at tho auction room of J. P.
Morgan to-day was well attended by
tho ladies, and tho prices realized
Tho U. S. Flagship San Francisco
had a boat drill in tho harbor this
morning which was witnessed by a
largo crowd of people. The differ
ent maneuvers wore interesting.
Four Chinese Ah Sam, Ah Look,
Ah Fook and Fo Chong wero ar
rostod yostorday for indulging in tho
cho fa craze. This morning thoir
trial was fixed for tho 10th inst.
"Ta-ra-ra-boom-do-ay," with vari
ations on tho banjo, is something
novel. Prof. U. J. Ordway has it at
his fingers' ends, and played it at
noon to-day to tho edification of a
A machine for grinding barley has
been put up within tho last threo
weeks at tho Union Feed Co.'s store.
It commenced operations yostorday
and has boon working satisfactorily
Tho tramcars to and from tho
band concert at Makeo Island yes
terday evening wore crowded to
thoir utmost. Tho band will con
tinue to delight tho public at
Thomas Square this evening.
There will bo no baseball gamo to
morrow, as tho opposing teams, Ho
nolulu and Hawaii, have decided not
to play tho postponed game. Tho
attendance last Saturday may have
had something to do with it.
On account of tho illness of two
of tho members of tho Hui Melo Ha
waii Noeau, tho second presentation
of tho cantata, "Tho Crusaders,"
which was to have taken place to
morrow evening at tho Kawaiahao
Church, has been postponed until
Saturday, August 13th.
Ah Choy, a celestial, was tried in
tho Police Court this morning before
Deputy Police Justice W. L. Wilcox
on a charge of unlawfully appro
priating ,?3 worth of luscious fruit,
tho property of J. Emmoluth. Mr.
Emmeluth and a Japanese gave
criminating ovidonco which cooked
Choy's "hash" and ho was sentenced
to threo months' iniprisonmont at
hard labor and pay costs of Court.
BUGGY VS. SAFETY.
A Young Society Lady Thrown from
A collision happened yostorday
evening about 9:30 o'clock on King
stroot botweon a safety ridden by a
young lady and a buggy in which
woro seated a lad' and gontlomau.
Tho collision might have proved
serious to tho young lady on the
safotj'. Tho buggy was driving in
from Waikiki, and two ladios and
two gontlomen on safeties woro go
ing tho opposite way. Tho gontlo
mau in tho buggy was driving with
ono hand when, near Alapai stroot,
it wont crash into tho safety, throw
ing tho young lady to tho ground.
Tho driver jumped out of tho buggy
to soo if any damage vas done, but
his assistance was not needed, as tho
othor two gallants assured him that
no injury was sustained. When
asked if sho was hurt tho young
lady assured all that sho was not,
"But, oli," sho said, "won't mamma
bo vexed." No blamo is attached to
tho parties in tho buggy. Be care
ful, girls, when you go out on those
nasty two-wheeled things, always
keep in tho middle of tho road!
Tho Race to Hnnauma.
All arrangements havo been made
for tho raoo to Hanauina botweon
tho four yachts to-morrow, starting
at 5) o'clock. Tho failuroof tho wind,
however, during tho last two or
threo days makes it probable that
tho race will bo necessarily post
poned. Tho committee having mat
tors in charge havo requested us to
say that if there is a good breozo to
morrow morning the race will oomo
oil" and nil portions who woro expect
ing to go on the yachts are requested
to bo on hand at Brewer's wharf fit
8:30 o'clock sharp. If there is not
good wind tho race will bo pot
poned until further notico.
Mechanics' Homo, F9tiud 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 2oc. and JiOo. a night j $1
and $1.25 a week.
FmnAY, Aug. f, 18i)2.
Assembly convened at 10:0."), Pray
er by tho Chaplain. Minutes of tho
previous meeting woio lead and ap
proved. Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee reported Bill 117 printed.
Minister Spencer reported that
tho Queen had signed tho Bill (15'.))
relative to providing for deputy po
Noble Cornwoll from tho Military
Committee presented tho following
roport on Bill 89, relative to tho
King's IJoyal Guard, viz.:
Your Military Committee having
considered Bill 89 respect fully sub
mit that tho amendment proposed
to reduce the standing army of tho
kingdom to a number not less than
sixteen nor more than twenty-four.
Tho committee consider that if there
is any good" reason existing for a
royal guard at all thoro can bo no
reason for reducing it as proposed.
Tho amendment to section 8 pro
poses to prohibit tho drilling, arm
ing and equipping of tho polico which
your committeo consider to bo a
very unique and original proposition
to saj tho least, tho fato recom
mended bj tho committeo which is
that Bill 89 bo laid on tho table.
Signed by all tho members of tho
Itoport was tabled for considera
tion when tho introducer was pre
sent. Noblo J. M. Hornor from tho
Select Committeo on Ways and
Moans presented tho following ro
port: "Your Committee on Ways find
Means having visited tho Electric
Light Station and after a careful
investigation as to tho amount re
quired to carry on tho present sj's
totn of electric lighting for tho com
ing period beg to report as follows:
"Your Committee does not doom
it advisablo to extend at present tho
system which with some necessary
repairs wo find in a very efficient
state and recommend that tho
amount of ,?27,310 bo placed in tho
impropriation Bill. Wo fuither add
herewith an itemized statement
showing how tho abovo amount is to
bo expended and recommend that
tho same bo adopted.
"Your Committeo further find
that tho actual running expenses to
carry on tho present S3stem amount
to about 20,500 for tho biennial
period which less tho amount of
about 9000 revenue derived from
incandescent lights makes tho actual
expense of lighting the city of Hono
lulu with saj' 100 tire lights about
Sll,500 or 55750 per annum."
Noblo Baldwin, from the Finance
Committeo, reported on a petition
that $100 bo appropriated for a mail
carrier from Kipahulu to liana, to
tho effect that they recommended
that tho Minister of Finance draw
tho attention of tho Postmaster
Gouornl to tho petition. Report
Your special committeo appointed
to examine into tho dredging plant
and tho work now being done on tho
bar at tho entrance to Honolulu har
bor, roport: Your committeo cor
roborate the statements contained in
a preliminary roport presented a few
days ago y a minority o! tho com
mittee on tho work being accom
plished in deepening tho entrance to
tho harbor, and congratulate tho
Government upon tho good and
offectual work being done and upon
tho prospect of a completion of this
important undertaking tit an early
date. Tho committee has examined
tho contract for tho dredger, which
has been carefully drawn, and tho
dredging machine itsolf while at
work, and find that :
First Tlio dredging machine was
not delivered as per stipulation on
tho 18th day of November, 1891, but
as no harm or loss has ensued t here
from to the Government, tho com
mittee recommend that any for
feiture or penalty that may bo duo
from the contractors on this account
ho not claimed
Second -- Your committee find
that, lesjH'ctiug the rotary excavator
supplied lis' tho contractors and
guaranteed to do its work without
recoiving injury from tho motion of
tho hull of tho diedger duo to wave
fiction, the contract is vague, In
smooth water tho rotary excavator
does good and efficient work, and it
would appear that in water moder
ately rough it will still continuo to
work; hut in tho swell on tho bar
duo to feouthorly winds tho said ex
cavator is utterly usolos for tho pur
pose intended and its uso has been
abandoned, and in its place an open
ended suction pipe which simply
hangs in tho water, attached at its
upper end to tho pumping apparatus
on board tho dredger, litis been sub
stituted. This arrangement works
It is tho opinion of tho committee
that tho rotary excavator will bo re-
quired in cleaning out the haibor
and removing sand banks, tho soft
material immediately underlying tho
stratum of coral and other compact
ed material, not rock; the committee
recommend that before the final pay
ment for tho dredging plant is made
tho cohtractors should he required
to mako a test of the capacity of the
rotary excavator to remove hard clay
or similar matoiial and to satisfy the
Government that ti0,(MX1 cubic yards
per month of soft mud can be ex
cavated and transferied to a point of
discharge as required by tho con
tract. Thiul Respecting the copper
sheathing on tlio hull of the dredger
and tho pontoons canying the pipe
line, your Committee find that tho
contractors agreed to ptoporly and
economically sheath and protect
such portion of tho said. hull and
pontoons as tho Government might
After tho accident which put the
dredger on the reef some tiino ago,
it was found, after putting the
dredger on the Marino Hallway that
galvanic action set up of tho copper
sheathing being in contact with
some of tho iron work in salt water
had started a destructive action and
corrosion on tho said iron work; this,
however, has been effectually reino
died and tho hull of tho dredger is
as far as can bo ascertained perfectly
sound and in good condition.
It gives your Committeo sincere
pleasure to certify to tho general
good quality of tho workmanship in
tho hull and machinery of tho dredg
ing plant and your Committeo re
commend that should tho contrac
tors require a reasonable extension
of time to complete tho dredging of
tho channel through the bar, it
should bo granted to them consider
ing tho exceedingly adverse weather
and circumstances under which the
work was commenced. All of which
is respectfully submitted.
J. King has lost a Gordon set-
A new cottage tit Sin rent is avail
able. C. J. McC'aithy
street for sale.
has lots on Liliha
A correction has been made in
John Nott's card.
"Tho Crusaders" is postponed till
Sal unlay, the lilth inst.
The Bureau of Information will
hold a meeting at '5 o'clock Monday.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Ponson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
The Superintendent of tho "Water
Works has a revised irrigation notico
out relative to tho drouth.
L. .1. Levey will hold a stile of
store lixtuies, furniture and general
merchandise, at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
M. A. Rego, as administrator and
business successor of F. A. lego, of
Koloa, deceased, has notices in this
The Pacific Hardware Co. has
new illustrated card in this issue.
Thoir picture framing branch is still
to tho front.
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done tit thoir houses by Miss
Wolf, 7!5 Beret finia street. Mutual
11. W. Schmidt offers a reward for
the detection of tho thief who stole
two palms from his mountain resi
dence on Sunday.
Tho Minister of Finance gives
notice that the recent issue of $10
certificates will bo ledeemed tit
either of tho two banks.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
kea street, opposite the Y. M.C. A,
hall, premixes lately occupied by Dr,
Lutz. Ollice hours, 9 to VI, 2 to 1,
and ovoningftli to 7 ; Sundays 10 to I,
Bell tolophono l'J7 ; Mutual 1582.
Tho Groat Suit.
Unirou Bi'u.ctin: -
My nttontion has boon called to an
editorial statement in your issue of
evening before last wherein you
mention tho acioayeof the Waikfipu
Commons laud as 12(H) to 15(H) acres.
This was piobably a misprint or you
have boon incorrectly informed by
someone in .stating hundreds insteads
of thousands of nctos. Tho actual
acreage of thu land is homethiii','
over I2,(XKI acies, including cane,
sand hills find pasture laud. About
fiOOO acres of the cane land has been
cultivated by Mr. .Sprockols' com
pany, and only between 100 and '200
acres by the Waikapu Co. I ask
that you mako this slutomunt, aslho
publication of your article is apt to
be misleading, and calculated to
cause ft cfio which is still ponding in
Court to bo prejudged, 1 will only
add that the f000 aero.s cultivated
by the Hawaiian Coinmoiciiil Co,
produced appii.iiuatoly S2,220,fKX)
worth of sugar.
(1. W. AlAlTAIcr.A.NI'.
Honolulu, Aug. 5, ISDli,
'pin: iiulli:iTnii5 thi; luapinu
1. Dally Caper of lliu Ivliib'.loiu, Kifly
cents pur month.
OUR STOCK OF
am. ok wiiioii aim: kki:sh. i:m:hy
At Popular Prices !
Hotoon, Newman & Go.
roKxnn koist axd kino stiu.i:ts.
Beware of Imitations!
1 PACTION thu Public ipiiu-t tin- ollir
iiiK f "Niinn.il Sanitary .liu-gor
UmliM weal" iidvi'rti'.oil liy un-i'nijiuloiis
lioucH to niHuiil tlio public. '! lie
Genuine Normal Saoikw
fSf Cannot In-
OlllV lit HIV htlPM'.
iiiii-1iiimmI I here, but
tlio Hawaiian Hnml of Dr. iirnl. O.
.Iiii'gur's ftanitaiy Uiuk'rwtMr.
To Lot or Lonso.
X Cottage at Mnkilci,
ni'iir lleietaniii ctrect car.
Hunt $10. Aimly this ullicu.
Hi 1-1 f
JMVO ItOOM COTTAOK
J. on Cumin Siunri;.
HJ-w '. (). l!o-Z.
rpVO NICC.I.Y KUU
1 1 1 1 1 1 ' t Koom. ('en-
tnill y Ich'iiIlmI
DUVAL l'ltl'.MISl'.S, III
l'eruttuila xtrcul, oii
iiosito Koit Htiui'l church,
Apply to It. I. LI I, LUC,
.l-'-tf At'ihco. II.
DavioH V Co.
COTTAGES TO LET.
located, con- AiC'YSljS
tainiliK two bedroom-, par- JatiiJ'fiu
lor. u uiim-rooin, b.itli and "tiiU.iii
pautn. licnt f 15. Luiniiic at tint oilli-c.
KV IIOUSI' UK .'I VIC
rooms, on Miiu.uiiic
Mroet, nltli liatlirooin, pat
ent . C. etc. CoiiiiiiiiuiIk
unoof the lines! vicnsiu Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) .1. M. VIVAS. .
NICi: COTTAtii: ON 1 ,,,-., v
J Jlcn taiiia uliect, near Sr't-'i.'
I'iikoi men, containing gg i?-mt
Cailor, 'i Uodrooiuh, Until- 1QQ&
rcHini, Diiiingiooui, I'antry and Kitchen,
Survant'f room, I'm riiigu Hciumi, Stable, etc
Tiiiinc.irn p.is iivciy .1) minutes, Apjii.i at
ollicu ot this paper. lds-tf
HOUSE TO LET.
rpil AT II ANDSOMi:
JL new icideiiceon King
street now occupied by the
linden-limed, either furn
ished or unfurnished; conUiius double par
lor.--, uiiiing room, inico iiciiroiiuiH unii
Mitt dig loom; llit-i:luss kitchen mid pan- !
try, wardiobes built In; hot and cold water .
tliioughout, stationary wiinlistaiidH and !
lively nioderiu unvenienco; slablesand car
ilagt Iioiim'. ru"i,.Hiout.'hui immediately,
las-tf JOHN K. IIOWLUK.
I'ii lure Frumi't mmlr lu 01 tier from
Latest HUjUk uf Mtntltiiil. Jlenorn
lion of Old l'ii litre-n ti xjieciulty ut Kiny
Jirot),, Hotel street.
Do We Catch
VA &-. ft ) ,""
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroot, Honolulu, : i : : Oppo. Sprockels' Bank.
Are Your Glasses
IE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER
Ixi Jkjcry Style of
Vm ill q on on f
JLiJll UMIOQCD U
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
Fort Street, - - - Hortoliol-u., IS.. I.
Children's Hats -
104 Port Street, Hoi-tolulvi.
('im.Dur.x's 1-aci; hats,
oiiii,I)i:i:n',s mui.i. hats,
oliiumm'n's sii-ic hats,
ohii,i)i:i:n's .muslin hats,
OHII.imi'N'S STUAW HATS,
CHIUMtl'N'S I.K'SIIOKX HATS.
1XKANTS' LACK COXXl'TS,
IXKAXTh' C1IIKKON IIONXCTS,
INKAN'IV MUSLIN UONNCTS,
INCANTS' SILK HONNl'.TS.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE, CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
HUI MELE HAWAII NOEAU
Will Repeat the Opera of
For thu hciicfilt of that chilli Ii,
Saturday Evening, August 13th,
AT S O'CLOCK.
Tickets will be found at
lU'I.USTKK A. CO.,
HAWAIIAN NUN'S (JO.,
IIOllltON, NI'WMAN .V CO.,
KIJTR ICK C'ltKAM l'AIU.OIt.S. .
Adults 50c. Children 25c.
Tin; CNni:ithi(iXi;i) will
ISI'iy. Koiia lliilk!
FOR OASH -a
AT FORTY CENTS PER POUND!
From dan ami until furtlu-r notli'1
' Henry Davis & Co.
I Auuubt 3, 1WU, lSS-lw
Your Eye ?
If your lamp shade lias
rovn old and baggy at the
knees we offer
tute a Genuine
as a suh.sli-
Handpainted Japanese Silk Shade
Beautifully Decorated Paper
Shades at less than half the
SKSt- The supply is limited ;
come early and avoid the rush.
A MISFIT ?
KOI' SI) AT
FINE CANDIES !
HART Sc CO..
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Wish to inform tho Public of Hono
lulu and all residents of tin) other
Islands that they havo secured tlio
Mirviccs of Mr. Charles Ludwigseii,
an expert Candy Maker of long ex
perience, mid who is puitieiilarly
familiar with the tastes of all lover.s
Having recently made great hit
provt'inentsiiud added new machin
ery toonrmtunslvo Candy Caetory,
we are now belter iiblts than ever
before to Mipply the public with
High (irade Confections of Unsiir-p.i-i-ed
('mility and Strictly I'uro
and WlioUwmic Material, Our
motto will always bo
"MIT now I'MKVr, in mow IIOIIIl"
can we make the Oandic.
Yours, anxious to plcme.
HAItT A CO.
Cl.iri. llhCllKIM l'MIIOIK
IMl I'vmiv KuruitY.
For Sale !
FOR SALE CHEAP
At the Waialiio liaiich.
tf Apply to
P. R. ISENBERG,
l-ltt At 11, HucUel.l .V Co.V,
LOST, STIIAYED, OU STOLEN,
i?ito.M thi: i'ki:.misi;s of thi:
I1 undersigned, 1'aito.i road, tliwo eekn
ago, a Hay Filly, IIU IniiitU high, feet and
inane nun inn iiiiick: win nil grow iiiai'R.
Ten Hollars (fill) Ituward wllllio paid for
the return uf the l'illv.
"U. h, MAllBlI.Vl-l,.
July 22, ISO.'. 47tWY