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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, AUG. 22, 1892.
SUNHAY, Allg. 21.
Btnir Olaiidinc from Maui
Stmr Mikahaln from ICauui
Moniivy, Aug. 22.
Am liktuo Amollii, Word, for Mahukonn
Nor lik Morning l.iuht, .Tohaii'-cn, for
Uoval Heads, 110
Am scliv Alolm, Johnson, for Son Fran
cisco. Bliur Kunla for Waianao and Waialua at
10 a m
Stmr Kiluiu'.i Hon for Mololcai
Slmr Polo for Mnkaweli
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Slmr James Makco for Htinalei and Ilana-
maulii at ( p m
Stmr O 11 Ilishop for Kaliuku, Waianae
Stmr Claudine for Maui
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Claudino 1 155 hags sugar. 2!) head
cattle, 1 hort-u, U0 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Mikahala ;1S7S bags sugar, U7 bags
rice, -12 bundles hides, 1 horse, (id pkgs
Mrs (J Crozier, and 02 dec
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Aug 2L
A Sinclair, Master H Kluegel, S Macau
lay, Frank Poor, I)r H Cnmjibell, Mrs Heid
and cliild, O Ulackstadt and wife, Mrs C V
Spitz and child, Miss Esther Kiiaua, Mrs B
Oray ahd son, Miss Maria JIakanani, C
Apoi, Ah See, Awana, All Kong, Kwong
I.ung, Ah Kua, and (Ei deck.
Vessels in Port.
French 'ar.ship Duboiirdicu, Admiral
Parrayon, from Tahiti.
USFS ban Francisco, Admiral llrown,
from San Diego.
Am bk Albert, Winding, fnmi San Fran
Am bk Forest Queen, Dyreborg, from San
likt V H Dinioud, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco. Oer bk V Isenberg, Kruse, from San Fran
cisco. Ilk Margaret, Peterson, from Newcastle.
J5r bk Kooriiigu, Young, from Newcastle.
Foreign Vessels Expoctod.
USS lioston, fiom San Francisco, duo.
II 1 M S Him, Mori, from Japan.
It M S -Mariposa, Hayward, fiom San Fran
cisco, Aug. 2d.
It M S Monowai, Corey, from the Colonics,
Br S S Oceanic, from San Prancisoo, Aug.
Am bk Ceylon, from San Francisco, Aug.
Ger bk J C Qlado, from Liverpool, Aug.
Haw bk Helen Ilrowor, fiom Ohfgow,
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Am schr Mary Dodgo, from Kureka, Sept. 3.
Am soli Olendalu, irom Kureka, Aug. 1(1.
Jlr bk it V Itithet, from Cardiil', Sept. 1.
Ilk Greta, from Newcastle, N S V.
Ger bk H Hackfcld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
Tho steamers Claudinu and Hawaii aro
coaling this afternoon.
Tho Norwegian bark Morning Light left
this afternoon for Jioyul Itoads, 11. (.'., in
The American lmrkeiitiiio Amelia, I). II.
Ward, niastor, left tills morning for Malm
konn, tliero to load with sugar for San
Tho American schooner Aloha is ex
pected to leave this afternoon for San
Francisco with a cargo of sugar. The
Aloha has been hero nearly two mouths
Tho Iloyal Hawaiian Military
Baud, Prof. II. Borgor, leader, will
give a concert this ovoning at
Emma Square commencing at 7:!50
o'clock. Following is tho program:
March The Dudes Wogner
Overture Soiuiromidii , JtossinI
Cornet Polka The 1'alueu llugler. .
Selection Foust Gounod
Hone Ao Nel, W'ai Mnpuna.
A hea Oo,
Medley Musical J)eluslons
Fantasia Forgo in the l''orest
Waltz Over tliu Waves . .
. . .ItD'-as
Picture. Frumra made to order from
Latent Styles of Mouldinu. liemmt'
lion of Old J'ielures i xjevidty ot Kiny
(iron,, Hotel street.
From Maui, nor stmr Claiidinn, Aug 21
H P Baldwin, ii J) Walbridge, C J-) CiVvillu,
W 0 Smith, Mrs W 1) Von Seggern, Mrs
Von Seggern. Father Hermann, Mrs H K
Aki. S All Ml. J W Kallia. Mrs V C Kim-.
LOOAIj AND GENERAL NEWS.
Band al Emma Square (his oven
'? Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Wont her
clear; wind, light oast.
The S. S. Oceanic, is expected to
arrive from the Coast to-morrow.
There arc four Chinese and three
natives under arrest for vagrancy.
Trof. 13orger is requested to coin
pose a "oho fa" selection. Why not?
Tho Steons Combination will give
an entire chango of program to
night.. Tho Wigwam Tailors were sold by
J. F. Morgan to-day to Mr. J. F.
Uowlor for 800.
A party of natives had a gala time
on Saturday on King street. Six fat
pigs wore killed.
Tho steamer Mikahala will leave
for Kauai on Wednesday at f o'clock,
instead of Tuosdaj'.
Tho concert at Thomas Square on
Saturday was an agreeable innova
tion to tho dwellers on tho plains.
Tho Fuuloa Sheep Station, former
ly tho property of F. Spencer, was
sold by .1. F. Morgan to-day to
Bishop & Co., for .?1(!,IKK).
Tho accounts of J. O. Carter and
C. L. Carter, executors of tho estate
of tho lato II. A. V. Carter, were ex
amined and allowed by Judge Bick
Prof. J. W. Yarndley was a passen
ger by the bark Northern Light this
afternoon for Victoria, 13. C, on a
visit to his sister. Mr. Yarndley said
ho would return.
Saturday night a buggy contain
ing a man and a woman capsized
turning tho corner of King and Fort
streets. Tho woman alighted on her
feet like a cat and sped away from
tho placo liko a door.
A black laco scarf and a black
satin fan, with white silk handker
chief and dance card attached, woro
left at the Palace by somo ball
guests. They can have them ly
calling at tho Chamberlain's olllce.
Hainanioto was adjudged a bank
rupt by Judge Bickerton to-day, on
tho petition of L. 13. Kerr, who testi
fied tho defendant owed him $77!).
74. W. A. Whiting appeared for
petitioner, no appearance of or for
O'llalloran and Tom Beck woro
arrested on Saturday night for inter
fering with police ollicers while thoy
woro bringing an inebriate to tho
Station. This morning thoy woro
lined $2 eacli and costs. Thej' claim
ed that thejr intorfcronco was owing
to tho rough handling of tho man.
A baseball game was played on
Saturday at Makiki by tho Iwilei
nino -and tho San Francisco's ball
team. After a hotly contested battle
with tho willow and ball tho game
ended in favor of tho Iwilois, score
1-1 to 13. Try again 'Friscos, and
show them "how they'd liko it." vice
Ah Hoy, tho Chinaman arrested
on Thursdaj' for. stealing five chickens
valued at Si"), pleaded guilty this
morning and was sentenced to six
months' imprisonment at hard labor.
Tho fowls woro identified on Friday
by Kamai, resident at Kamoiliili.
Ah Hoy is a member of tho Kuni
Moi Keo, tho Chinaman arrested
by speciiil W. Sheldon tho other day,
was tried in tho Polico Court this
morning. Aftor hearing the evidence
of Messrs. Sheldon, J. Maguiro and
Hon. ,T. E. Bush, chairman of tho
opium committee, Moi Keo pleaded
guilty to having thirty-six tins of
opium in his possession and was
A needle was extracted from Mrs.
I. Sherwood's side last night aftor it
had boon thoro cloven months. The
needle ontoied Mrs. Sherwood's side
while sho was romping in Kau in
September of last year, and would
pain her now and then. Last night
tho pain was so great that it com
pelled an investigation. Tho needle
was plainly scon and was cut out by
Mr. Shorwood with a razor.
"Children's night" at tho Opera
TIouso this ovoning, Don't forgot
to bring tho little ones.
Postinaster-Ooneral W. Hill oilers
$r(),000 of Hawaiian Govorninoni
coupon bonds in $1,000 denomina
tion for sale.
D. Kahanu will give it reward of
$10 for tho return of a silver watch
and gold chain taken from his vest
J. F. Morgan will sell tho furni
ture and fixtures of tho Oceanic Club
on Hotel street on Thursday, unless
previously disposed of,
Saved a Woman's Life.
Mr. J. 13. Thorougligood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says;
"Two teaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhum Rem
edy saved the life of Mrs. Jauo
Thomas, of this placo." Ho also
states that several other very bad
cases of bowel complaint thoro have
boon cured by this remedy. For
sale b' all dealers. Benson,' Smith
Monday, Aug. 22, 1802.
Assembly convened at 10 o'clock.
Minutes of previous meeting woro
read and, as usual, approved.
Rep. Kauuamano presented peti
tions from residents of Maui and
Hawaii thai tho duty on rico be re
pealed. To Rico Committee
Rep. Kaniauoha present ed peti
tions from residents of Honolulu
and elsewhere that the duty on rico
bo not repealed. To Rico Committee.
Noble Cornwell, from a select com
mittee, to whom was given the con
sideration of Section 10, of Bill 115,
relative to tho running at largo of
dogs without collar and tag, reported
that tho section had boon amended
and they pre.-ent it in amended form
and recommend the passage. Report
tabled for bill.
Noble Marsden moved thai bill
No. 28 relating to the Postal Savings
Bank be taken up and leferred to
the Committee on Engrossment.
Carried and bill ordered to third
reading for Saturday next.
Noble Thurston moved thai Bill
No. 08, to provide for and authorize
tho laising of a revenue by taxation
for tho support oT tho several liro
departments of the Kingdom, bo
considered under tho head of un
finished business. Carried.
Noblo Thurston said that tho
statement had been made by Noblo
Horner that it was wrong to credit
to Honolulu tho amount received as
receipts from (ho water service, it
was thought that credit ought to
bo given to tho plant and other dis
tricts were out il led to their share of
tho credit. lie referred to page 103
of Minister of Interior's JJeport to
show that tho returns received from
Honolulu had alone more than paid
fortius plant. He considered that
the general public was benefited by
the Fire Department of Honolulu.
The idea of the outer districts re
quiring to be treated the same as
Honolulu in everything was as ridi
culous as for different poitions of
the human body to expect liko
treatment.- Tho hands might cry
out for the hair oil which belonged
to tho head, or tho feet weep for tho
gloves which belonged to the hands.
If the idea was carried out which
was advanced by tho member from
Hawaii the appropriations would
have to bo increased in number, Ha
waii would 1)0 compelled to pay for
its own roads, Maui for its wharves
and landings, Kauai for its landings
and buoys, and Honolulu for its own
particular wharves and other im
provements, but which were of gen
eral public benefit. Ho was opposed
to tho bill as proposed for tho rea
son that ho believed that tho propo
sition was decidedly wrong and
nothing had yol been produced to
causo him to change his opinion.
Noblo Baldwin agreed with Noble
Thurston to tho ell'ect that tho
figures produced by the Finance
Committee woro correct. Ho him
self could hardly bo charged with
having any interest in tho matter;
as regarded Honolulu ho had no in
terest in Honolulu beyond the
clothes ho stood in. Ho had obtain
ed the figures presented from tho
Assessor-in-Chiof. He indicated the
Supremo Court, Police Court, Water
Works and other branches as useful
to I he whole public, and then men
tioned others which might be re
garded as of benefit to Honolulu,
continuing ho showed that Honolulu
paid more in proportion in taxes,
and was in reality entitled to more
than sho received.
Noblo Homer slated that. ho had
been considering tho matter care
fully but had not received the state
ment of fads which could chango
his mind as yet. Tliero was a prin
ciple contained in tho bill besides
tho more dollars.
Rej). Smith fa voted the ro-rofor-onoo
of tho bill to a coininitteo.
On motion tho bill was tabled and
tho action brought forth from Noblo
Marsden tho remark (hat "the bird
of freedom weeps, for justice is
Al II. on motion tho Assembly ro
solvcd into Committee of tho
Whole, Rep. Wilcox in the chair,
and proceeded with the considera
tion of Tho Hawaiian Banking Act.
Tho chair stated that thoro woro
two motions placed before the Com
mittee on Saturday, viz.: 1, that tho
bill bo indefinitely postponed; 2,
(hat tho bill bo' considered seel ion
Rep. Smith moved that I ho Com
mit tee riso and recommend that (he
bill bo laid on tho table, tho con-
tonts of tho bill had been most (hor-
oughly ventilated and it would ho of
no benefit to take further iimo in
Noblo iUaofailano asked Hop.
Smith if it was tho intention of tho
mover to throw aside his original
motion of iudoliuito postponement.
Hop. Smith said that this motion
was made as being loss harsh and as
a compromise measure.
Noblo Macfarlano said that the
moasuro was most unsound, but why
compromise if iinound? Why not de
feat' at onco by indefinite postpone
ment. Rep. Nawahi considered that the
Noblo had unadulterated cheek to
get up and move indefinite postpone
ment. Ho would say (hat tho Ha
waiian!) wanted a full and free dis
cussion of the bill and section by
section. Thoy had taken no advan
tage when oppoi) unity had offered
ahd members that were opposed to
the bill had absented themselves.
lie would say that tho opposition
had evinced unfair tactics, liven
the newspaper reporters seemed to
be joined against the bill, as both of
the papers present the same opposi
tion. At this hour, on motion, at 12:10
tho Coininitteo rose for recess until
STEALING DANOEIt LANTERNS.
Kaukali Arrosted. for the Theft of
For some time past danger lan
terns plnc.cd on Hie streets, where !
repairing is being done by the Road
Hoard, have mysteriously disappear
ed during the night. On Saturday
night three lanterns were placed m
Queen street and uexi morning two
were found smashed. The beacon
light on the corner of Beretauia and
Keeaunioku streets was also found
missing. ThU morning word was
received at the Polico Station that
the thief could he found at Kamo
iliili. Accordingly Polico Captain
William Larson and a native officer
went out on arbruke to tho placo and
arrested a young fellow named Kau
kali with tho lantern in his posses
sion. Tho lauleiu bore, the Govern
ment mark. Kaukali was recognized
as a bad character, and is well known
at the Polico Station. Thoro is a
gang of .young hoodlums who aro
"doing"' tho town, and four of them,
including Kaukali, aro measuring a
Polico Station cell. As will bo re
membered, an accident happened on
Tuesday night to a gentleman driv
ing on King street owing to (he ab
sence of a lantern stolen by some
one. An example should be made
of these young men.
Among the articles found on Kau
kali was a silver witch and brass
chain, stolen propoily also.
Funeral of liiss Brown.
Sunday afternoon tho funeral of
tho lato Mis.s llattie Napaae Blown
took placo from St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, Mrs. King, her sister, having
arrived that morning from Maui.
Tho remains, enclosed in a handsome
coilin tho lid of which was covered,
with tho inoft beautiful iloral tri
butes, arrived at tho cathedral door
at 2 o'clock, where they wore mot by
tho Rev. John Usborne, who con
ducted the service. The coilin was
placed in tho chancel surrounded by
many Iloral dovices, the pall-bearorn
standing on either side. After tho
psalm had been said, the choir sang
very beautifully (ho hymn, "When
our heads aro bowed with woe," Mr.
Wray Taylor playing at the organ.
Mr. Usborne then read tho lesson,
aftor which, standing at the head of
the coilin, ho delivered a very touch
ing address which moved luo.-d of
tho largo congregation present to
tears. The hymn, "So soon passoth
it away and wo aio gone," was sung,
after which the lid of tho coilin was
partly removed for relatives to take
a parting look at the features of one
they had learned to love in life.
The remains were interred in the
King si root cemetery alongnide
those of tho dead girl's mother. Tho
pall-bearers were Mosis. Geo. E.
Smilhicn, J. O. Carter, Jr., G. C.
Potter, S. Louisson, C. S. Hall, J.
Humburg, E. Wodehouse and W.
A- pleasant lime was had by the
Scottish Thistle" Club audits friends
Saturday evening. Tho club room
was comfortably filled. Rev. T. L,
O illicit or Maui and several old Ho
nolulu Scots with their wives were
present. Mr. W, Hill, tho "lone
honorary member," presided with
tact, and in tho cour-o of the ((veil
ing addressed the gathering on the
aims and equipments of the organi
zation. A long ariety of views from
all over tho world was shown with a
magic lantern by Messrs, Light foot
and Oar vie, Cake and lemonade
woro servetl at intermission. Violin
music by tho liadie brothers and ti
Scotch "sang" or two added agree
ably to the evening' enjoyment.
Map of Honolulu.
Mr. C. V. 13. Dove has had his now
map of Honolulu, which was pro
pared for Hustod's Directory, litho
graphed in San FraneiHco, and ho
has conies for sale, It lahes in Ka-
j niehamoha School, Niiiianucomotorv,
K,)piolaui Park and tho harbor. The
Rinw8 added to tin. town nlol in the
pat few years aro included for tho
limt time in a map of Honolulu.
This map is 3IJ by 17 inches inside
(ho hoi dor. II tills a need long fol(,
and deserves a largo sale.
rpHK WiniKLYilULLKTIN-US COL
X. utiuirt uf Inlcrcstiin;. Uejullng Matter,
Islands, H; mailed to foreign cuntritsg, $5,
Pacific Hardware Co.
White. Mountain Ice Cream Freez
ers. From one quart to 12 quarts.
The larger siz.es with lly wheel.
All attempts to supcreodi' this
pattern have failed.
Call and get a Whitman Talent
Riding lilt, nielcol platcuh
Pacii'ic ll.uitnv.uti: Co., Ld.
OUR STOOK ( ")F
ai.i.oi- which aim: i-im-:sh. kyhijy
At Popular Prices !
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COISN'UU l'OKT AND KING STKKKTS.
QTOCKIIOI.DKIS.S l.V TIIK WAIUKi:
Vj Sugar Company uill pK-ie-c take no
tiie that u (special Meeting of the Com
pany will bo held al the olllce of C. ilrcwcr
it Company, on l'IMDAY, the Jiith init.,
at 'J o'clock' p. m.
.1. O. CAKTKl:,
Secretary Waihee Suj;ar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. IS,"l'L'. ,"(K)-lw
HKltK WILL UK A MKLTIXd OK
the Stockholder-, of the Kohala Suisir
Co. at the olllce of Cattle A. Cooke, on
MONDAY, the .".nil in.st., at !1 o'clock v. m.
.1. 11. ATIILHTON,
hpiccial Mi;i:riN(i oi- thi:
Stockholder. of the llonoinii Suuai
i ompauy win lie noni on tj.ruiiu.i,
Seplumb'er .id, al 1(1 o'clock . M., at the
olllcu of C. liieuer .t Co., (I.M).
A. C. LOYKKIN,
Secretary Iloiiomii Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. Is, Is!).'. .'.Ol-Uw
To Lot or IiOCibu.
rpvo niohly iau:- i ,, --.
re "'. '""'J ,llo!,"" ,,'"; JSvi'.feteifcl
trally located. Inquire al $3 1 1 tauSu
Cottage at Makiki,
near llcrotania Ktreet car,
limit .f 10. AimlvtliN olllce.
DUYAL PUKMISIOS, 111
Ituri'luiilii hticct, oi-
Kort Hticct chuiT
It. 1. I.I LI, IK
At Theo. II, Daviun A- Co.
COTTAGES TO LET.
MMVO N'LW ('l)TTAUKS
1 feudally located, eon-
taiuliiL' two bedroom, nar
lor, diliiug-rooiu, li.ilh and
pantry, licin ?i.,
Uiniuiru at thin olllce.
Ajnwnoiirti; of kivh
1 roouiH, on Magazine
xticet. with llathiooin, pat
ent W. O.. etc. Comnmiiilx
IK'1: " L-
oneof tltu Illicit vlewnin Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VrVAH.
N'ICi: CII'ITACK ON
1 Jlerelauiii xtrfut, mmr
I'iikol Ntrcct, containing
Parlor, 'J llciliooin-.. Hath-
room, Dinlugi'ooiii, I'autry ami Kilclien,
Servant's room, Carriage lloin-c.Stnblc.etc.
Tuiiiicm pais every a) nihiiitc, Ap)ily at
ollleo of this paper. I n-lf
I YOU NO MAN l)i:sillKS A POS1
J tlon a Coachman In a private
fundi V. Addict "K," llii olllce.
'heii yon irinil u Portrait Unturned
call on Kiny llrox,, yet their Price List,
and see fiumpkn. They can't be beutl
&i I i JiiitOa
ifcxj i rZJ"072- '
f"Tl T TT ' , I
iioknowlcdod-superior of all cooking' ranges is the Fisoiiru.
Il lii'iils up quicker and with less fuel than any other stove
on (he market. Low prices.
-1 A. "W j&s- 1 1 .A. 1ST
monstrosities aro as diHieult to Mud as the man who says the
Stkki. Ai:i:motok is not the most perfect wind motor ever
manufactured. Thoy are superior to all others, just the
same as our
is pronounced by everyone lo ho just a little better qualil
limn you can find in any olher establishment. The reasons
are obvious we take nothing but the best. Goods liko
people aro known by the
they keep. Our Goods aro all of the best we never make
the mistake of sandwiching the cheap Avith the good, be
cause ours aro all good.
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER FIT
In. J.iCL-y Style of
Eye Glasses or Spectacles
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 ITo-rt Street,
liildreii's Mats -
Tlie Largest Assortment
can in: i'orn at
104 inoi't Street, KCon.olT.xHx.
ClIlbDUHN'tf LACK HATS,
UIIILDUKN'S .MULL HATS,
OHILDUKK'S SILK HATH,
OIULDIIIIN'S MUSLIN HATS,
UHILDUK.VS STlfAW HATS, .
1NP.VNW LACK IK.NKOTH. CHiLimKN'S LKOHO.lN HATS.
INcNTr' CIIIKKON UuNN'WS,
INFANTS' MUSLIN lloNNKTS,
I.N'KAXTb' SILK ItON.NinV.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE,
For Ba-x-k. " A.ll3rt"
A VltKSH lNVOICK OK
Hay, Grain, Feed
For Sale Cheap In Quantities to Suit.
- ALhO -
F I R E W O 0 1)
AT U l'KU COUP I)KLlVlvlti:i).
JOHN P. COLBURN & CO.,
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
A MISFIT ?
- KCoiaolvilia, 3HE. I.
CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
OKKICII I'OU BALK-
Best Refined Alcohol !
For .Mechanical & Medical Purposes.
Iii 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
- T TIIK 1UTE or
&1.TS Per Q-a-llon.
I'JiJ INCLUDIXUCON'TAlNKlt. liu
The bcit thing to send to your friends
abroad in lini tiros. "Illustrated Soti-
I venir of Hawaii," whioh isyotkn up for
Ii(ij)iirj)pii0,ii(J t nut ujtuJierliitemcat,