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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY. AUG. 18, 1892.
TlHIIfUUY, Aug. IS.
Sehr Mille Morris from Kooliui
Sloop Kiiinlnni from I'nulou
TlIUT.MlAY, Aug. 18.
American ihip Topgallant, Jacks-on, for
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Kimiti for Jlaui nnil Hawaii at 12 p m
Am liktnc Wiotlor, ISergman, for Eureka,
For 1'ort Towiend, per hip Topgallant,
Aug 18 H V Chamhoilain.
Tlio steamor Kinau will leave to-movrow
afteinoon on her regular route.
The hark JIargaret will linhli dNclmrg
ing her coal in a lew days.
The Norwegian bark Horning Light will
leave in ballast on Saturdav for Koval
Tho steam scow was engaged to-day in
conveying fresh water to the French ilag
The behooner Aloha is expected to leave
for San Francii-co on Monday, should the
necessary ballast in the shape of sugar bu
The American ship Topgallant did not
sail yesterday, but left this afternoon at
Ui.'iO o'clock "lor l'oit Town&end with 1100
tons of ballast.
The American barkentine "Wrestler,
which bas undergone a general cleaning on
the Marino Railway, cleared at tho Custom
House to-day for I'.urcka, Oil., witli 53 tons
Foreign vessels, when about to leave, rc
eeivo'a lull supply of fresh water in their
tanks. Dan undertakes this task at one
half cent a gallon. This does not seem
much, hut when the revenue to the Gov
ernment goes as high as -islO, the amount of
water consumed by each vessel can be
A company of Hawaiians, under tho firm
name of (J. Apo it Co., have been doing a
rushing business for the past few months
in supplying foreign vessels with stono
ballast at if I a ton. The majority of ves
sels requiring not loss than SOU tons, tho
company has been booming. There is one
serious drawback. Kvery pay-day there is
always a number of creditors who swallow
up nearly all what's coming to them. J.
" . Alapai is manager.
K1BMNG In this city, August 1(1, 1&02, of
heart disease, Henry Fisher ICibling,
aged 10 years, a native of Xew London,
Conn. Now London papers please
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. Ashford defended tlio shin
plastors bill this afternoon.
Judge Dolo to-day on hearing or
dered t ho discharge of Dr. Richard
Oliver from bankruptcy.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather
clear; wind, fresh east. Schooner
Millo Morris off tho heads.
Mrs. A. Scott Brown is booked to
leave for tho Colonies on tho Mari
posa duo Friday wook from San
Invitations for tlio state ball to
morrow evening in honor of tho
French Admiral and his oilicors
woro distributed to-day.
Judge Bickorton yesterday order
ed tho final account of Godfrey
Brown, executor and trustee of tho
ostato of tho lato Georgo F. Holmes,
m m am
Booked to Leave.
Tlio following names already ap
poar on tho register of poisons to
leavo on tho S. S. Monowai duo this
day week from tlio Colonies on routo
to San Francisco:
Itovund Mrs .1 Usborno and '-' clilldien,
1) 11 Campbell, flco A Hendricks and wife,
Miss A 11 Kurr, Mrs Wiuth, 8 J! Hogart,
V M Cntliii. Mrs H K Silvester, T Itiinald
sou and wife, the Misses Itouaidsou, V
and J itouaidsou,
Mrr. Jini Jlroti.ure- shoivinu ujine
Hue of Jiitmbou and oilier zlyle J'arlor
J'Utufh, Wull Jlmclets, and Window
(fOrnices, at Pchen (o meet the time.
LOCAL1 AND GENERAL NEW.
Tlio Steon conibitintion tit tho
Opera IIouso this evening.
Tho Pacific Wheelmen's raeo will
lake place n week from Saturday on
A linekman whoso stand is on Mer
chant street "busted" n Chinese oho
fa bank yesterday.
Four Chinoso woro discharged this
morning for eho fa playing on ac
count of non-sutlleiont ovidonco.
l Tlio gross receipts of tho second
presentation of the "Crusaders" on
Saturday night last was SUtt.fiO.
Tlio trial of Moi Kee, captured
tho other day by Eagle-eyed W
Sheldon, has been sot four days
Tho regular monthly business
meeting of tho Y. M. 0. A. will bo
held this evening at 7:!0 o'clock at
Henry F. Hebbatd, ox-Road Super
visor, loft for San Francisco on tho
Australia yesterday for a change of
scene and climate.
There will bo a meeting of tho
Rico Committee in tho Legislative
hall at 7:10 o'clock this evening, to
which tho public is invited.
Boat races will bo among the
ovents in celebration of tho Queen's
birthday on September 2d. A grand
luau will bo given by Her Majesty
on tho Falaco grounds.
J. II. Wilson, James VVhito, Olaf
Sorenson and Wm. Savidge, Hono
lulu lads, left on tho Australia yes
terday to pursue their studies at tho
Leland Stanford University.
In correcting proof yesterdaj' tho
dual letters in Prof. Wood's and
Miss Wing's names woro transposed,
in an item announcing their arrival
from their trip to tho Volcano.
Threo cantoniers were engaged
yesterdaj' in patching up the hole
whoro Mr. Dillingham met with an
accidont on Tuesday evening and by
tho afternoon tho work was done.
A moving house has been blocking
tho Waikiki road, narrow onough as
it is, for two days. Tho owner should
apply a goad of some kind to tho
contractor, or somebody will bo try
ing a goad on him.
A baseball game took place yester
day afternoon at the baseball ground
between a nine from tho U. S. Flag
ship and tho "How do you like it?"
nine, xno game resulted in a vic
tory for the latter. Score 9 to 7.
A j'oung man named Georgo Rose
has been arrested for tho theft of
$210, tho property of Wr. Woolhelm,
bettor known as Billy tho clippor, a
horso fancier, on August 9, between
tho hours of (5:'!0 and 8:10 in tho
ovoning. Rose was suspected of tho
theft oiUy tho other ,day. Ho will
bo tried to-morrow morning.
A treasury note was advertised in
tho Bulletin yostoiday, and before
tho issue was fully published word
was received that tho note was
found. It was a 20 note and was
found by two prisonors, a Chinese
and a Japanese, while working on
Berotania street. They gave it to
Mr. Tripp, a prison luna, and Capt.
A. N. Tripp, jailor, loft it at tho of
iico this morning.
Wm. Cogswell tho artist, as pre
viously mentioned, brought a suit in
the Police Court on Monday after
noon against Dr. Lundy for tho re
covery of $J5, part of the prico for a
sot of lower tooth which was unsatis
factory to him. Dr. Lundy brought
a counter suit for $Jf, the balance
owing on tho sot. Judge Hopkins
reserved his decision. Yesterday ho
gavo judgment in favor of the de
fendants in both cases.
A parcel of natives at Punaluu,
on tho other side of this island, have
been personating policemen and de
tectives, la this rolo they entered
houses and a largo Chinese store,
ransacking tho places from top to
bottom. Four of them have been
arrested and will bo tried by the
District Justice to-morrow. Mr.
Chas. Creighton, Deputy. Attornoy-
Goneral, and Mr. J. A. Magoon, loft
for tho place this aftorn'oon.
Throe natives, two men and a
woman, woro yesterday sentenced to
imprisonment at hard labor one
man two mouths and tho others ono
month each for stealing $1 worth
of taro, claimed by Ah Keau, at
Kunawai on a recont Sunday morn
ing, Tho convicted claimed that
tho taro came from a small taro
patch of their own, but their ovi
donco was not credited, so to jail
they will go unless their appeal is
Dr. Geo. Trousseau gavo a delight
ful dinner to tho Admiral and oili
cors of tho French llagship Dubour
diou at his residence, Punchbowl
street, yesterday evening. During
tho dinner tho Quintot Club sang
somo selections in Hawaiian. After
tho dinner the party passed the
ovoning in sociable music and con
versation. Besides the guests there
were present, Mons. Vizzavona, Act
ing French Commissioner, Souhor
A. do Souzii Cauavarro, Portuguese
Commissioner, and Dr. and Mrs,
Thursday, Aug. 18, 1892.
Prayer at 10. Assembly convened
at 10:15, and the minutes were road
and, as has been tho custom, ap
proved without comment.
Minister Spencer reported that
tho Queen had signed Bill 7.', pro
viding for a further sum of 10,000
for Legislative expenses.
Noble Baldwin from the Finance
Committee reported on Bill 28, to
amend and consolidate the laws re
lating to the Hawaiian Postal Sav
Rep. Koahou prosontod-a minority
report from tho special committee
to whom the consideration of Bills
HO and 11-i had been referred and re
commending mat tlio mils pass.
Tabled for consideration with tho
majority roport.on same bills.
Noble J. M. Horner from tho Com
mittee of Ways and Moans reported
on an item of the Appropriation Bill
in ro "Custom House Boat, 2,000,"
and stated that tho Committee had
examined said boat, rode in it, ob
served how it was manned and work
ed, and hereby recommend that tho
item pass at 1,200 instead of 2,000
as in the Appropriation Bill. Tabled
for Appropriation Bill.
By tho same member, from the
same Commit tee, a report was re
turned on "Expenses of Election,
20,000," and to tho olleel that they
find that out of tho sum asked for
(20,000), 9,(517 is required to liqui
date tho debt incurred for the last
election; your committee therefore
leconnnend tho item "expenses" be
made to read as follows: "Expenses
of Election, 10,000," and a now
item bo inserted, viz., "Unpaid Bills
of last Election, 9,(il7." Tabled for
Rep. Smith from the special com
mittee appointed to investigate
Queen's Hospital matters, and act
ing for the chairman of the said com
mittee, presented a report as follow.-.:
"Tlio Select Committee appointed
to examine into the Queen's Hospi
tal and its management, respectfully
"That they met tho Trustees of
the Hospital at a meeting specially
called for the purpose, and also
visited tho Hospital in company with
members of the Executive Commit
tee of tlio Board of Trustees; and
also have mado inquiries of persons
interested in the Hospital.
"Tho Queen's Hospital is a corpor
ation controlled by a Board of
twenty Trustees, ten of whom aro
appointed by the Government and
ten by tho Life Members of tho cor
poration. An Executive Committee
of five members chosen from among
tho Trustees havo tho immediate
supervision of the business affairs of
tho institution; and a Visiting Com
miteo of threo members, appointed
quarterly, visit tho Hospital fre
quently to inspect, and inform them
selves upon all matters relating to
tho wolfaro of tho patients and
workings of tho institution.
"A Chief and Assistant Surgeon
aro employed who make regular
daily visits, and attend at all other
(imos when required.
A Purveyor resides upon tho pro
mises, who attends to tho purchas
ing ol necessary supplies, and to
such other duties as tiro usually per
formed by such an olllcor.
"Bosides these there are two train
ed nurses and assistants to cam for
tho sick, and tho necessary servants.
"Tho equipments and appoint
ments of the house aro in tho main
"Tho institution is ono of great
value and importance not only to
tho city of Honolulu but to the
whole islands, And so far as' your
Commit too woro able to investigate
little was found to criticise, save
that with reference to tho medical
department it was learned that dis
satisfaction exists in regard to tho
"That another appointment is
about to bo made would appear
from tho fact that your Committee
woro informed by tho Trustees that
tho doctor tendered his resignation
to tho Board some mouths since,
and it was accepted, and ho has only
continued to fill tho position pend
ing the making of now by-laws or
regulations relating to tho medical
department. And your Committee
woro informed that tho necessary
action is about to bo taken,
"In view of this fact wo recom
mend that item in tho Appropria
tion Bill of 20,(XX) for aid to the
Queen's Hospital bo granted."
Tabled for consideration with tho
Noblo Williams asked for and re
ceived permission. to havo the report
of tho special committee on Water
Under the suspension of tlio rules
Hop. Nawahi presented a petition
that ono John More bo retained as
au overseer on tho Volcano road.
Referred to tho Minister of Interior.
At 10:17 on motion of Rep. R. W.
Wilcox the Order of the Day was
brought up, and Bill No. 78, tho Ha
waiian Banking Act, came up for
Clerk McCarthy read tho report
of tho special committee on tho bill,
the gist of which w.h that they re
commended that tho provisions of
the bill 1)0 considered in Committee
of the Whole.
Noblo Corn well moved that the
bill bo considered section by section.
Rep. Nawahi moved that the re
port of tho committee be adopted.
He characterized it as a most brilli
ant report, shining all over with the
light of genius and diplomacy, and
there was nothing contained therein
which could ofTond friend or foe of
the bill. (Laughter.)
Rep. Ashford said that the report
of the committee' was not worthy of
so serious a subject; ho was a mem
ber of tho committee: lie had de
clined to sign the report, lie had
not attended any meetings of tho
committee. Ho moved that the re
port bo re-referred to the commit
Noblo J. M. Horner lelated his
dilliculty in getting the members of
the Committee together and his own
course with regaid to attempting to
fully and freely preent tho merits
of liis Bill. The member from t he
third ward (Ashford) had never at
tended any of the meetings.
Rep. Ashford (sol to voce) Never
heard of anj.
Noblo Neumann That does not
prevent the member from the third
ward from scolding! (Laughter.)
Rep. Smith hoped that I ho report
and Bill would not bo ro-referred.
Thought it best to attempt to meet
the issue squarely in tho face. The
Committee had shirked their work.
RUMPUS IN THE HOUSE.
W. Wilcox as Chairman of Com
mittee Gots into Breakers.
A scone of a kind quite common
in larger countries, but happily rare
in liUlo Hawaii, happened in the
Legislature this forenoon. For a
while tho assembled wisdom per
formed the proicrhinl "bear garden
The House was in Committee of
the Whole for consideration of Hor
ner's Hank Bill, I'opies.'iitutiv" 1 -berl
W. Wilcox biing in tho chair.
Noble L. A. Thurston was speaking
on the bill when ho was interrupted
by Representative Kamauoha, who
said tho speaker had exceeded the
half hour allotted to speeches. Mr.
Thurston remonstrated strongly
against the interruption, but with
out effect on the interrupter.
Mr. Thurston ignoring Mr. Ka
mauoha proceeded with his speech,
when he was again called to order
by the same member, who appealed
to the chairman. The chairman
overruled tho point of order and al
lowed Mr. Thurston to go on.
Mr. Kamauoha shortly interrupted
tho speaker again, when Mr. Thurs
ton retorted, "1 will not bo inter
rupted by Mr. Kamauoha or any
other snide politician." Represen
tative W. White then backed up Mr.
Kamauoha, and Mr. Thurston ap
pealed to the chair.
Chairman Wilcox ordered Mr.
White to sit down, which he refused
"Billy While, Billy White, you
shut up!" roared tho chairman.
Mr. White refused to sit down or
shut up, and the chairman ordered
the sergeanl-at-arniH to put tho
member in his seat.
Most of tho native members at
this sprang to their feet, and many
shouted their defiance of tlio chair
man and tho siirgeaut-at-arms.
Noblo Marsden moved that the
committee rise. 'No, no!" exclaimed
Tho confusion was becoming
rapidly worse confounded, when
President Walker Mopped up on the
dais and, grasping the gavel, rapped
the Committee out and the House
Mr. Marsden then moved a recess,
which carried and tho members
peaceably dispersed for the noon
This afternoon tho House resumed
Committee of the Whole,and a vole
was taken which sustained tho action
of Mr. Wilcox in the forenoon.
Hostess I have got such a cold
to-day I feel quite stupid. Prize
idiot (calling) I've got, a bad cold,
too, but I don't feel particularly
stupid. Hoite.is -Ah, I see, you're
not quite yourself. London I'ancli.
Her Mother- Genevieve, didn't
Mr. Tompkins kiss you la.-l night in
Genevieve (sadly) No, mamma,
but 1 gavo him eory opportunity to,
A'eM' York Itertdd.
A Russian physician now asserts
that tho pain of neuralgia, if super
ficial, can be relieved at once by
throwing a beam of light from a
bright atc-light upon tho affected
.Not leh than HO percent of the
people in Alaska aro alllicted with
chronic diseases. Two-thirds of the
children born do not live, or rather
do not outlive their parents,
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.J
Hawaiian Lodge, F. A A. M., will
meet for work in the second degree
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their houses by Miss
Wolf, 7.'" Beret ania street. Mutual
Mechanics' Home, ii!) and til Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 2io. and r0e. a night; 1
and 1.25 a week.
A special meeting of stockholders
in the Waihoo Sugar Company is
called for C. Brewer & Co.'s ollleo
on Friday, 2(ith inst., at 2 p. m.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala-
koa street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, premises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollleo hours, '.) to 12, 2 to 1,
and evenings 15 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 197 ; Mutual (582.
A Stereopticon Exhibition will bo
given under the auspices of the
Scottish Thistle Club, assisted by
tho Hon. J. Marsden and Mr. .1.
Light foot, in tho club hall, Mer
chant street, on Saturday evening,
at 7:.i0. Admission Tree. All mem
bers and friends cordially invited to
Mr. Landor's Recommendation.
Mr. J. A. Lander, a prominent
citizen of Clarksburg, Mo., and
widely known in that State, says of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrluca Remedy: "I have seen its
good results and can recommend
it." For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Cjw., Agents.
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In n week. Kiiglniul is famous for good
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wo oiler you this week are from England.
We have no mutton.
contemplating any cbniige in the arrange
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forgotten about those Metal Handled Shoe
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