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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, AUG. 13, 1892.
S.VTUHDAY, Aug. 13.
Am liktne W H Diinond, Nilson, 1!1; days
from San Francisco
Stmr Kiluuca Hon from Molokai
Stmr J A Cummins from Koohui
Satuhday, Aug. 13.
Haw bk I.eahi, Nelson, for Paget Sound
Vesasls Loaving Monday.
Stmr ICilauea Hon for Molokai
Stmr J A Cummin for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr V G Hall 153!) bags sugar, L9 lings
co lieu, 'oo bags awn, IS) head eattle, '1
horses, 8 hides, 100 pkgs sundries, 19
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr V O
Hall, Aug 12-Fromtho Volcano: 11 EMeln
tvro, G Wolde, I'rof I) Campbell, Mr Maul:.
Wavports: Hon W H Cornwall, Hon.! Kn
uhano, Hon W Y Horner, K W FnlIer,.W
K Wall, .1 C W Meyers, H V Feck and
wife, Miss Noedham, Mrs T ,T Hayselden,
Sirs Dickenson, C L Brito, I) F "Simeoo,
W L Decota and wife, Mrs J Morse, Miss
Shaw, Miss 1'ankauln, Mrs L Aea, Miss
Alice Melieula, Clias Kniaiki and bli deck.
From San Francisco per barkentine V
H Diinond, Aug 13 Dr Delameter and
wife, Frank H Hounds, P F de la Vergne,
H Kellncr and wife, Miss Kellner, H C
Vida, F C Mcfluire, Charles H Ehrhorn.
Vessels in Port.
French Warship Dubourdieu, Pnrrayon,
USFS San Francisco, Admiral Urown,
from San Diego.
Am schr Aloha, Johnson, from Sun Fran
cisco. Am sh Topgallant, Jackson, from Depar
Am bk Forest Queen, Djerborg, f 10111 San
Am bkt Wrestler, llergman, from New
castle, N S W.
Ger bk P Isenberg, Krii'-c, from San Fran
cisco. Nor sh Morning Light, Johanson, from
Nowcastle, N S w.
Ilk Margaret, Peterson, from Newcastle
llr bk Kooringa, Young, from Newcastle.
Tho tug Klcu supplied tho dredgo with
Thu Hawaiian bark I.eahi sailed this
aftornoon for Hoynl Itoads in ballast.
The American barkuntine Wrestler was
hauled on tho Marine Itailway al noon to
Tho American ship Topgallant will leave
ror Koyni Jtoaus, jj. u., on vteunesiiay
ue.xt in ballast.
Tho schooner Moiwahino owing to tho
calm was towed into port this morning by
thu tug Kleu.
Tho Imrkcntine W H Diinond, Captain
Nilson, arrived this morning from San
Francisco after a good passage of V&y. days.
Slio bad n cargo of goneral merchandise.
ATHEHTON In this city, Aug. 0, 181U, to
the wifo of C. 11. Athcrton, a daughter.
Fruit for Europe,
Now York, July 27. Tho steam
ship Majestic of tho White Star lino
took out to-day 00 tons of California
fruit for tho English market. This
is tho first largo consignment of
California fresh fruit that has over
beon sent to England and much in
terest is felt regarding tho success
of the oxporimont. E. P. Hutchin
son, president of tho California Fruit
Transportation Company, was a
passongor on tho Majestic. Ho goes
over to soo in what condition tho
fruit arrives on tho other side. Tho
fruit is storod aniidship and a cur
rent of cold air is constantly passing
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. II, Borgor, leader, will
give a concert this afternoon at
Enunn Square commencing at -1:30
o'clock, following is tho program:
Overture- Maritaim . Wallace
Guvotto Pizzicato Watson
Waltz-Tim Viennese Uzlliulkn
Fantasia Tho International t'ougress.
Saxophon Solo Queen l.illuokulaiil
l'olku Twenty Years l.iboinlo
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Engino Co. No.
1 'ill havo a drill
Tho band will play as usual at
Einina Square this afternoon.
Ono of tho runners in a oho fa
bank, n Chinaman, was nrrosted 30s
Dr. Delainotor and wife wore pas
sengers by tho Diinond this morn
ing from San Francisco.
Don't forget tho "Crusadors" at
Kawaiahao Church this evening.
Tickets of admission, fifty conls.
The yachts loft this afternoon for
the llannuina fishing grounds, pleas
ure bent, intending to return to
morrow. Governor Cleghorn received a lato
cablegram 1)3' tho steamer announc
ing that tho Princess of Hawaii was
in good health.
Tho regular quarterly meeting of
the Union Feed Co., L'd., will bo
hold at tho ollieo on Mouda' morn
ing at 11 o'clock.
Tho sale of jowolry 1)3' L. .T. Lovoy
at. tho storo of J. Hubash this after
noon was well attended and tho
prices realized wore good.
Honr3' C. Vida returned by tho
barkontino V. II. Diinond to-day
after several months' absouco at the
Coast. Honr3' thinks there is no
plaeo like homo.
A chunk of Departure Bay coal
weighing about two hundred and
lift 3' pounds was taken up from the
ba3' this morning by a native diver.
Tho lump is worth .?2.50.
Lewis M. Johnson, tho photo
grapher, was fined $25 in tho Police
Court this morning on a charge of
common nuisance in having inde
cent pictures in possession.
A suspicious-looking character has
boon seen prowling round private
promises near the baseball grounds
for sovoral nights. Ho is dressed
like a Chinaman but is suspected of
Tho statement in 3-estorda3-'s paper
that the French llagship Dubour
dieu was going to enter tho harbor
this morning proved to bo prema
ture. It is not known as 3'et when
tho ship will cross tho bar if at all.
Tho Honolulu Hog Shop was
opened this morning at tiio corner
of King and Maunakea streets by E.
Lazarus, an industrious joung Ha
waiian. Mr. Lazarus should receive
oncouragoment in tho wny of pat
ronage, as ho is a steady j'oung lad.
Tho British bark Kooringa now in
port from Nowcastlo, N. S. W., is on
a second visit. Sho was hero fifteen
or twenty years ago, when sho col
lided with tho steamer Colima in
tho harbor. Tho bark's bowsprit
was snapped. Her name has boon
Tho following is from the San
Francisco Morning Call of Jul' 21):
Fanning Island will bo 0110 of tho
stations for tho proposed cable be
tween Now Zealand and Honolulu
to bo laid by Great Britain, and tho
United States Government has also
beon negotiating for it as a station
for thoir cable. Theso facts tend to
make tho property very valuable.
Mr. Pat. Hughes, engineer of No.
1 Engino Co., has designed a com
bined hydrant koy and double span
ner, which will come vory handy to
tho firomen. Ho has made an elegant
job of 0110 of tho devices at the
Pacific Iron Works, and it will bo
exhibited at tho noxt meeting of tho
Firo Department. With this koy
and spanner in ono solid piece do
lays in turning on wator at fires
will bo provonted.
Tho newspaper Gonovois publishes
a statement inado by a friend of
Bismarck's, whoso iinmo is not re
vealed. Tho friend says ho entered
Bismarck's study on the day of the
rupture between the Prince and
Emperor. Bismarck, trembling with
agitation, was walking tho room
muttering imprecations. Bismarck
suddonly exclaimed: '"The Emporor
has kicked mo out without consider
ation; mo, the greatest servant of
his grandfather and father." When
ho becamo calm Bismarck explained
tho Emperor had announced his in
tention to attend a fete given by Dr.
Windthorst, tho Contrist leader.
Bismarck begged the Emperor not
to go, saying his prcsonco would bo
regarded as condemnatory to the
attitude of tho Chancellor in the
oyes of tho Centrists, his bitter
enemies, whilo it would cause great
satisfaction to tho enemies of tho
Emperor and bo an ovort repudia
tion of tho Chancellor. Tho Em
peror answered brusquely and dis
dainfully, and stamping his foot:
"Are you going to dictate my very
bill of faro?" ho asked.
Bismarck replied, "Then 1 must
"I accept your resignation," said
tho Emperor, "You may retire.
Send mo your resignation in writ-
rpiIE HUU,ETJ,'"lS THE LEADING
X Daily Paper of tho Kingdom. Fifty
cents pur month.
Saturday, Aug. i, 18!)2.
Prayer 13' Chaplain nt 10. Alin
utes read at 10:12 and approved as
Minister Spencer reported tho fol
lowing bills as having met the ap
proval and obtained the signature
of the Queen, viz.:
Mill 100, relating to the currency
(510 note). Bill Ma, relating ti
duties. Hill 120, relating: to the time
oT commencing personal actions.
Hill 87, to amend tho law relating to
tho crime of murder. Dill 111, pro
viding for tho carrying of lights by
bicycles and other similar vehicles.
Noble Neumann from (ho Labor
and Judiciary Committee presented
a report on Bill 07, relating to the
registration oT male residents and to
the effect, that although tho measure
will cause a slight inconvenience to
(ho citizons, but in view of tho direct
benefits and advantage which tho
county will gain by enacting this
law tho Commit tee does not, hesi
tate to recommend the bill for pass
age. Signed ly Nobles Neumann,
Droior, Peterson, Marsdeu, .1. M.
Horner, Kauoa and Reps. Smith,
White and Kaunamatio. Rep. Bush
appends an objection based on his
idea that "tho prospects for having
means to pa3 oxtra expenses make
it inopportune to cany tho bill
through." Tabled for consideration
Noble Williams from tho Printing
Committee reported Bills 1(50 to l(5fi,
inclusive, as printed.
Rop. Akina, under suspension of
tho rules, read for tho first tinjo a
bill relative to the setting aside of
Kalalau, Hanalei, Kauai, for use as a
leper sett lenient to be supported
without Government aid.
At 10:30 the Asscmhb took up
unfinished business bringing forward
for consideration other sections 111
Bill lb") relating to internal taxes,
tho following being tho subject of
each and tho action taken thereon:
Section 20. Relating to compen
sation of Assessors to bo fixed by
Legislature. Deputy to receive per
centage of taxes collected by him
not to exceed f percent. Passed.
Section 21. Assessors shall keep
offices whoro directed by Minister of
Section 22. Assessors with Minis
tor of Finance as chairman, shall
constituto a Board of Equalization
and shall meet in Honolulu between
April 1st and tho last of Juno, in
each year, and formulate rules.
Section 23. Minister of tho In
terior to furnish at tho end of each
quarter, to Assessors, an .abstract of
conveyances and real estate entered
(luring tno quarter; to cause maps
to bo prepared, and also furnish cer
tified copies of corporation exhibits
each 3Tcar. Passed.
Section 21. Tho successor of an
Assessor is ondowed with tho same
powers and duties as his predeces
Section 25. Executors and admin
istrators of a deceased Assessor shall
deliver books, papers, etc, in re tax
matters to tho Minister of Finance.
Section 2(5. Cash value of pro
perty, real or personal, or of interest
therein shall be determined by what
it might bring at sale by public
auction. "Provided always that when
any real estato or house- is leased or
rented the .sum of eight years rental
shall bo tho assessment value." Tho
section was amended by the addi
tion of "unless such valuation shall
bo manifestly unfair or unjust."
Section 27. Relating to tho man
ner of making personal assessments.
Section 28. The definition of the
meaning of the word "Company"
when used in the Bill. Passed,
Section 2i). Returns of corpora
tions to bo made by the president,
treasurer, secretary or manager. If
a co-partnership then by a member
Section 30. Property of a com
pany shall bo assessed to tho com
pany not to individual stockholders.
Section 31, Mortgagor of any
properly liablo to taxation only on
the difference between the whole
value of tho property mortgaged
and tho amount of tho money owing
on the property. Passed,
Section 32. Every acent shall
make roturns of properly in his
charge and shall be taxed as if pro
perty wore his own. Said assess
ments shall bo separate from his
own assessment. Passed.
Section 33, Agent liablo to all
tho penalties for neglect or default.
Authorized to recover from princi
pal for all payments made on such
Section 31. Duty of Assessors to
gather and tabulate all information
necessary or proper for the ascer
taining of values in thoir different
Section 85. Duty of Asesors or
Deputies to give public notico dur
ing tho month of July of each year.
At 11:55 on motion the rules were
suspended, and Bill No. 173, relat
ing to an additional appropriation
of $10,000 for Legislative expenses
was read and passed.
A motion to adjourn was made
Consideration of sections in the
bill was again taken up.
Section 3(5. Minister oT Finance
to furnish Assessors all necessary
books, blank receipts and dog lags.
A motion to adjourn w.n again
made and lost.
Under suspension or I he rules a
communication from the Minister of
Foreign Affairs in answer to ques
tions of Hep. Robert W. Wilcox and
relative t'6 supposed negotiations for
the ceding of certain Hawaiian terri
tory. All the answers were in the
negative, tho final one being the
most extended, and saying that "(ho
Hawaiian Government has never
suggested a transfer of any portion
of Pearl Harbor or any portion of
the Hawaiian dominions to any for
eign power and consequently there
is no correspondence to bo fur
nished." Another motion was now made to
adjourn, and at 12:05 (ho Assembly
dissolved, until Monday morning.
LIKE RIVERS OF FIRE.
Etna's Orators Pour Forth Lava
Tho Villagers Warned to Escape.
Rome, JUI3 31. A number of tele
grams have been received here toll
ing of tho renewal of tho eruption
from Mount Etna. The news is or
the most alarming character, and
needs further corroboration, hardly
as it comes through an official
Five craters are in a state of act-
ivi(3, threatening the villages and
habitations on tho volcano's slope
with destruction. Each ono is
throwing out a continuous stream of
lava several yards deep and very
wide, which, seen from below, pre
sent the appearance of rivers of fire.
These newly opened craters are
Loud explosions occur continually,
and at intervals Catania and other
towns near b' are severel' shaken.
The sky above the mountain slopes
is obscured by clouds of dust. The
poor people of the neighborhood,
who had begun to return to their
old homes, havo again been put to
llight, and many havo been injured.
In spite of many obstacles in its
path the principal river is slowb'
making its way down the mountain
slope. Alarmed at its progress tho
authorities have despatched men to
impress upon tho inhabitants tho
wisdom of making (heir escape from
tho approaching Hood. To s(;i' its
progress is buyoud the power 'of
There is, however, no fear that
any such catastrophe as that which
overwhelmed ITerculaneuni and Pom
peii will befall any of the hnmloi.s
which cluster around the mountain's
base, for Ktna is a lava-dicharging
volcano, and not one thai, as a rule,
vomits forth stonesand ashes, which,
mixed with a simultaneous eruption
of steam, buried the fated cities
The rivers of lava, though death
to the land over which they crawl,
are not agents of swift destruction.
The eiuption has now lasted twenty
two days incessantly. For a few days
(ho output of lava decreased, but
the ciaters never ceased their deadly
work entirely. Scientific men who
havo been watching Etna say (here
are no signs of permanent abate
ment. The authorities of all Italian cities
will bo asked by (ho Government to
collect money for the benefit of (he
sufferers from this unprecedented
0. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
The Toinploof Fashion announces
some lines of new goods jus( re
ceived. Sunburn relieved at once 13' Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith A: Co.,
Four important questions put in
a catching way are asked by (he Ha
waiian Hardware Company.
Ladies' shampooing and hair (boss
ing done tit their houses by .Miss
Wolf, 7J5 Boretania street. Mutual
Mechanics' Home, fit) and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by .day, week or
inonlh 2.r)c. and f0c. a night j SI
I and ? l.liii a week.
Dr. McLennan has lemoved to Ala
, kea street, opposite tho Y. M. C, A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollieo hours,'.) to 2,2 to I,
and evenings (J to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll tolophono li)7 j Mutual 082.
ll'icii you mint tt Portrait Hnhirfird
cull on Kiny llrox,, yet their J'fke LUt,
uml C(i Sample, Tluyjim't 6j bit!
OUR STOCK OF
CON'S I SI'S OF-
ALL OF WHICH AltE FKESH. EVE15Y
At Popular Prices !
Hobron, Newman & Co.
C'OKNKK POUT AND RING ST15EETS.
BY virtue of a Will of Execution
issued out of tlio Police Court, on
the 1511) day of Julj, A. 1). 1S!)2,
against Sun Hing, defendant, in favor
of 1' l'cck, plaint ill, for Hie sum of
$12-1.01 I have levied upon mid .shall
expose for sale at the Police Station,
in the Distiict of Honolulu, Island of
Oaliii, at 12 o'clock of TUESDAY,
the Kitli day of August, A. I) IS!)2,
to the liighusl. bidder, nil the right,
title and interest of the said Sun
llinj:, defendant, iii and to the follow
ing pjojicrty, unless said judgment,
illicit hi, cost and my expenses he pie
List of properly for sale:
2 Show Cases with Contents,
2 Empty Demijohns,
Lot of Charcoal,
Lot of Dry Goods, Ciocciics, Tin
Gl.ss and Crockery Wares,
1 Glass Globe, (Jl gold IWi).
(Signed) C. 15. WILSON,
Honolulu, .Inly 18, 181)2.
liir; :it-:so -k
"Will ltUSINESS 01
Itego of Ivoloii, Kauai, will bo carried
on as beretofoio by bh son, M. A. Itego, in
his own name. M. A. ItlCGO.
Kolon, Kauai, Aug. 1,1b!)-'. ls.!J-."t
rOTI(!E IS HEltEUY GIVEN' THAT
I the undersigned, Ghoek Lock, has
tiansfcrred Ids shaie in the business of
Hop Hong Co., tailors, No. Ill Nituauu
street, to ( . Willi Sin, and that the under
signed has 110 further responsibility for or
on account of the said linn.
Honolulu, Aug. K, IN).. Illl-lw
rpHlvUNDEItSIGNED, HAVING llEI-lN
J. duly unpointed Administrator of the
Eatalo of F. A. lioeo of Koloa.Kauai.de-
ceascd, hereby notilles all persons indebted
to the said Estate that they must make
immediate payment to him; and all jior
soiih claiming against the said F. A. Itego,
deceased, must piesent their claims to him
at Koloa, Kauai, within sUy days or they
will be forever burred.
M. A. ItEGO,
Koloa, Kauai, Aug. 1, IN)-'. Isll-M
rpJIH UNDEItHlGNED, ASSIGNEE OF
1. the Estate of Dr. liicbard Oliver,
llaukrilpt. of Honolulu, Oahu, hereby
liotitu-M tlio eiedltors of said llaukrupt,
that ho has niilnultted his accounts as such
Assignee and tiled the same befoie Hon.
S, II. Dole, Associate Justice of tho Sup
remo Couil, at his Chambers, to whom ho
will at 10 o'clock a. m. onTIUIIISDAY,
the 1Mb of Auimst, lh'JJ. iiimlv for a set
tlement of said account, for a discharge
from all liability as such Assignee, and for
an order to make a lluiil dividend ; and that
any jHirsou may then mid there appear and
contest the same.
(HAS. T. (IHI.ICK.
Assignee Estate of Dr, It, Oliver.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, liii- liKJ-71
Lost, Strayed or Stolon.
hiand and verv fat,
stands about I Hi bauds
IiIl'Ii. the liroiierlv of
Mr. F. W. .Mucfar ane. 4 ?
The animal has been missing ten days. A
suitable leward will bo given on icturulng
same to tho I'liion Feed Co., (Jiu-eii street.
Small lllack mid Tun
Toy Toirier Dog, with o iier's
iiiiiiiu on collar. A icuum
u ill be paid for bin icliirn to
E. W. HULDSWOltTH.
At Tbeo. 11, Davieu A' Uo.'n ollieo.
Honolulu, AUK- 1U 1W-. lui-tf
W I L L Y O U
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Spreckols' Bank.
WE CM GIVE YOU A PROPER FIT
In Azry Style of
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - KConoliol-u., H. I.
Children's Mais -
Tli Largest Assortment
CAN HE FOUND AT
104 Fort Str-eet, Honolulu,
OHILDIiEN'S LACK HATH,
OHILDItEN'S .MULL HATS,
(JJIILDIiUN'S SILK HATS,
OHILDUr.N'S MUSLIN HATS,
CHILDREN'S STKAW HATS,
OHILDItEN'S LEGHOI1N HATS.
INFANTS LACE HONNETS,
INFANTS' CHIFFON IiUNNETS,
IN' PANTS' MUSLIN ItONNETS,
INFANTS' SILK 110N.VETS.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE, CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
HUI MELE HAWAII NOEAU
Will Repeat the Opera of
For the benelllt of that church,
Saturday Evening, August I3tli,
4 rn 11 fi Ann
Tickets will be found at
lIAYVAirAX NHWH CO.,
MOHltOX, XKWMAN it CO.,
KUl'VK U)K CltKA'U I'AltLOUS.
Adults 50c. Children 25c.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A TT1IEANNUALMKKTING OFT1IE
7V Stockholders of tho lloiioiiiu Sugar
Company hold this day, tho following
Unicorn were elected for tho ciii-uing jcat:
1'roMclciit . . Tom May,
Treasurer . .Geo. 11. Itobertson.
Secretary. .. A. 0. Lovekiu,
Auditor . . F. Wundonbcig,
A. 0. I.OV EK l.V,
Sccietarv Hoiiomu Sugar Co,
Honolulu, Aug. ill, lsjij. ItM-liu
Mvimri, A'ii Jlros.urt' thmviiiji uiiw
line of ilamboo anil other uttle I'arlor
i'lisc', Will Uracketf, and Window
Cornier, t J'rhrs la mtet the timet,
. ' s. - tflSt
keep n horse? If po yon want a Dandy
ltrusli, mill you want 0110 Mrong enough to
lnt something that will not go to piece
In a week. England Is famous for good
bruMiei and good mutton. The brushes
tto offer you this week ore from England.
Wc Imvo no mutton.
contemplating any change In tho arrange
ment of your drawing room, your boudoir
er your klirliou? Wo can nsMsl yon to n
coiislilerahle cxlont lit the selection olyoiir
Lamps, Stovo.i, Fixtures and Crockery.
lake five minutes of your time and exa
mine some of the goods wo offer you will
you compare our prices with thoe charged
by oilier dealers? It will bonelUyoii; so
It will U. Wo make dNcoiint for wh too.
forgotten about thoso Metal Handled Shoo
Dnubors and HrtHhes that you called for
n few weeks ago. Wo merely remind you
that wo have them now. They are good.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
l oh Tin: aiiovi; roar on
Wednesday, August 17th,
The undersigned are now prepared to
issue Through Tickets from this city to alt
points in the United States.
For further particulars regarding Freight
or 1'iiKsugo apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
llt'I-fit General Agents.
Per S. S. Australia.
I At the Beaver Saloon,
H, J. Nolto, Proprietor.
For MoiildinijH, Frame, l'asteh, A rto
type, 1'hotoiirnvuren, Jilehinyt, und
everything in the line of Pictures, yo tn
Kiny llros., Hotel street.
M 3i( W