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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, AUG. 2.'i, 1S92.
JYE .A. IR, I USTE NEWS.
Tuesday, Aug. 23.
S S Oceanic, W JI Smith, 0 days, 1(1 hours,
21 mill Ironi Sim Kninelsoo"
Stiiir W G Hall from llinynii and JIaiti
Tulsiiw, A up 2.1.
O it O S S Oi'cntiii', Smith, for Yokoliiuna
Slmr James Muki-o for llanalui and Hnnn-
inaulit at 1 p m
Slmr O It Uidiop fur Kaliuku, Waianao
SI nir I'laudine for Maui
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am hktno W H Diinoml,
KrnnriM-o at 12 in
Stinr Mikahala for Kauai
XoNon, for San
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr W G Hull IC'.'O lings sugar, 2S hag
collet', 10 hags awn, 20 liuad cattle, 1
liort-u, 1 canoe, 75 jikgs sundries.
From Sun KrunciM'O, per S H Oceana:,
Aug 'Si Mrs 1 Gedge and Mrs John Good.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr AV G
Hall, Aug 23 from thu Volcano: )r G
Hendrieks and wife, Thos KonaliKon and
wife, Miss A Konaluson, Miss M Honald
hon, Masters James anil William Honald
Min, WM Catling, SB Uognit, JINs A 1!
Knrr. From way ports: K K Robins, T
l.ee, J I) Paris, Miss Julia Hunt, JKKo
kaula, S JI Kanaknnui, Mrs Hraek, Miss
Dassy Heeosta, M lioss and wife. Mrs Ke
alohanui. Miss Kllen White, John White,
Mrs W Wuir, K G Snow and (il deck.
Vessels in Port.
Fronuh Warshin Duhonrdieu, Admiral
Parrayon, from Tahiti.
USPS San Francisco, Admiral Urowu,
from San Diego.
Am lk Albert, Winding, from San Kran-
Am hk Forest Queen,
Dyreborg, fiom San
IJkt W 11 Hiniond, NuNon, from San Kraif-
Ger bk 1 Isenherg, Kruse, from San Krnii-
31k Margaret, Petersen, from Newcastle,
llr bk Koorluga, Young, from Newcastle.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
USS Boston, from San Francisco, due.
II 1 M S Hici, Mori, fiom Japan.
It M S Mariposa, Hayward, from San Fran
cisco, Aug. 2(1.
It M S Monowai, Carey, from the Colonies,
Am bk Coylon, from San Francisco, Aug.
Ger bk" J C Glade, from Liverpool, Aug.
Haw bk Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Am schr Mary Dodge, f lom Kureka, Sept, 3.
Am sell Gleudalo, from Eureka, Aug. 111.
Br bk It 1' Ititbet, from Card!!', Sept. 1.
Bk Greta, from Newcastle. N S W.
Ger bk H Huckfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
The- steamer Mikahala will leave to-morrow
evening for Kauai.
Chinese were taken to and front the
Oceanic to-day in schooners; none could
be induced to take a boat.
han niNcisco Nori:s,
July 21-l.at 20 N, Ion 2!) W. bark Martha
Davis, from Boston for Honolulu,
Departures Aug 1(1. Brlgantino W G
Irwin, for Honolulu; Aug II, hnik Ceylon,
Port Gamble, Arrived Aug II, Britlsli
bark Veritas, from Honolulu via I'ort
Captain Henry Johnson, master of the
schooner Sailor Boy, died at sea on July
Ith. Deceased, who was well known in
San Francisco, was a native of Sweden.
The barkentine S O Wilder, Captain Grif
lltliH, sailed at dawn Aug 15 for Honolulu,
She tool; a non-union ciew, the men being
put on board in the stream. A non-union
crew is an Innovation for the Wilder, for
all tlirotigb tbo past labor troubles the ves
sel has carried union men.
The brig John 1) Spicckels, Captain
Christiansen, arrived Aug 15 fiom Kahului
altera quick passage of fifteen days, and
the schooner John CI North, Captain Ip-en,
in rived from Malitlkouit. Both vessels
brought full cargoes of sugar. This about
Mulshes up the season's sugar stocks on
these two Islands,
A. Crawford, a well-known ship chand
ler, largely interested In the South Sea Isl
and trade, died at his residence in San
Francisco, Aug 13. He was a native of
Ireland and came to this State in 1852,
after having been several years in a Boston
sail loft, sailmaking being the trade to
which ho was apprenticed. Ho accumu
lated a fortune there, largely through his
ventures iu the South Seas, llu was sUtv
threo years of ago ut the time of his death,
KING In Kan Fraucibco, August 15th,
Mogerett Ann, beloved wife of Itiehard
and mother of T. J. and W. C. King of
Honolulu, mid Mrs. W. B. Stephenson
of Sun Francisco, native of bt. John,
New Brunswick, ueU 71 yeuru.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Chiof Jufelico Jutltl will return to
(own on tho .'list hist.
A now daily llawaiinn papor will
ho started in a fow days.
Tho S. S. Monowai will ho along
from tho Colonics to-morrow ovun
ig. Tho U. S. S. Boston sailed from
Monterey for Honolulu on the llth
Hor Majesty tho Queen and parly
loft for Manana by railway this
A dozen missionaries for Corea,
Siam and Japan aro on board the S.
Tho barkentine W. II. Dimond will
sail for San Francisco to-morrow at
The German bark II." Hackfold
sailed from Liverpool on August '1th
Friday, September 2, being Her
Majesty's birthday, is proclaimed as
a public holiday.
Mrs. John Good tho milliner re
turned by the S. S. Oceanic this
morning from tho Coast.
Messrs. Thomas .1. and W. C. King
have received news of the death of
their mother til San Francisco.
J. F. Morgan will sell tho furni
ture of Mrs. .Carney, Beret ania
street, to-morrow at 10 o'clock.
Diamond Head, II p. m. Weather
clear; wind, light northeast. Steam
er W. G. Hall coming in the passage.
Lieut-Commander Walton Good
win. U. S. N., is a through passenger
for Yokohama on the S. S. Oceanic.
Three of Mr. J. T. Waterliouso's
cottages at the L'euiusula, L'earl
City, are completed, and two others
aro Hearing completion.
Tho S. S. Oceanic took from this
port 13S Japanese 1 00 males, 29
women and 1$ children and about
200 Chinese to-day for Yokohama
Eleven tourists returned from tho
Volcano by tho steamer W. G. Hall
this afternoon. They aro all booked
to leave by tho Mariposa for their
L. J. Lovoy will sell at noon to
morrow old wooden buildings ad
joining tho UuLT.r.Tix ollice and one
building on Queen street, to bo re
moved 1)3 September 1st.
Tho British ship Bonmoro loft
San Francisco on August 7th for
Queoiibtown, Ireland. Captain .Ion-
kins had so far recovered as to bo
ablo to go out in command of hor.
Tho British warship Warspito
while steaming at tho rate of four
teen knots lately ran into a sunken
rock in Discovery pass, Esquimaiilt,
the existence of which was not known
Sir Georgo Dibbs, premier of Now
South Wales, who is returning home
by tho steamer Mariposa duo hero
Friday, is accompanied by Lord
Villiors, son of tho Earl of Jersey,
Governor of New South Wales.
Ah Hung was lined $15 in the
Police Court this morning for slap
ping Albert Nawahi, son of Hon.
Jos. Nawahi, on Saturday last. Tho
Chinaman denied touching the boy
and thus influenced tho heavy line.
A Japanese tried to perform tho
"skip out" act this afternoon, but
was detected just in time by a fellow
countryman to whom ho owed some
money. Finding there was no es
capo and a liability of missing tho
steam launch ho "ponied" up.
Tho Elolo ollice, King street, nar
rowly escaped going up in smoko
this morning. Ono of the hands had
no doubt thrown a stump or a match
out of tho window in tho rear with
out noticing where it fell. Master
Lyons accidentally saw the blaze
and sang out to tho others, who ex
Some kind of insect blight is in
festing trees all over town. Oppo
site tho Bui.Lin'ix oflico on Merchant
street tho foliago is so full of it that
myriads of tho insects aro iloatod
through our composing room win
dows on the bioo.o, They are so
annoying to tho compositors some
times that tho windows have to be
', Kalauki and three others wore
trietl in tho 1'olico Court this morn
ing for assault on All Sin, a China
man, at i'alolo, on tho night of
August J. After the hearing of evi
dence tho men wore discharged,
Judge Hopkins holding that the as
sault was perfectly rigid as being
done iu self-dofoiiho. All Sin claim
ed ho was shot. Ho has been in tho
Hospital two weeks and is still weak.
Tho Steen-Smitlis gave a final per
formance at tho Opera House yes
terday evening to a fair house. Mr.
and Mrs. St eon wont through tho
different tests to tho evident satis
faction and amusement of all pres
ent. It was "children's night" and
(hoy wore tickled. Oscar Smith tho
vontriloquist and his family causod
the little ones to almost split thoir
hides with laughter, The combina
tion intends making a tour of tho
ST3V 12NT Y-SECON D DA Y.
Tuesday, Aug. ISld, IS92.
Assembly convened at 10 o'clock.
Frayer by Chaplain. Minutes read
by Clerk and Interpreter and, as
usual, approved as read.
Noble Marsden presented a report
from the Special Committee to
whom was referred a petition of one
F. Turrill, praying for remuneration
for his share in -KM) half lb. tins
opium known as the F. T. opium,
and to the effect that on or about
April 2d, 1N)(), IW) chests invoiced as
tea arrived by the Oceanic and
marked with the initials of tho l'yrt
Surveyor, F. T. Mr. Good opened
the eases and found containers one
of which ho caused to bo opened; it
contained opium. It is indisputa
ble that Air. Good made use of un
warrantable ostentation, his course
was hlainahlo in the highest degree
and ono calculated to defeat I ho
ends of justice, namely, the appre
hension and conviction of the owner.
A standing order or many years that
no cases bo opened (ill the same was
permitted was good. i It is
evident to your Committee that
something was radically wrens' iu
tho manner of making .seizures dur
ing Mr. Tun-ill's incumbency. Under
date of April 2d, the following entry
occurs iu the journal of I'ort Sur
veyor: "Found in mark F. T. J10
boxes of tea, i20 tins of opium, till
boxes sent to tho Custom House.
Opened by Collector-General, no
one else present. Port Survoj'or not
notified that tho cases wore to bo
opened." Mr. Turrill stated ho
wrote tho ontiy on Apiil 2nd, but
when it was pointedly put to him
that ho must have known or had
previous knowledge of the number
of tins in tho consignment, as tho
cases were not opened till four or
five days after that date in order to
have been able to write "r20" tins,
Mr. Turrill was very much astonish
ed and very much confused at the
question, and later he admitted that
ho had written tho final entry pome
days later. Your committee are un
able to solve tho manner in which
Mr. Turrill arrived at tho magic ex
actness of r20 half-pound, tins unless
no nan previous Knowledge oi Hie
contents, or was gifted with tho
power of seeing through layers of
tea and ascertaining tho exact con
tents. Ho must indeed bo a gifted
porson: the alchemist of ancient
times would palo before him: the
prodigies in figures would relin
quish their claim of superiority to
him, and Bishop, tho mind reader,
if alive, would bo his most humble
scholar. One gifted as ho could,
with such powers, tiansmiito, trans
late and transmogrify tho opium
stored at tho Station House and at
tho Custom House into other sub
stances, which were afterwards
found and with like facilities, might
ho not have transposed also? On
May 20, 1890, the Buu.ctin published
a report relativo to tho opium stolon
from tho Custom House, and valued
at from 12,000 to 815,000. The
committee recommend that tho
prayer bo refused.
On motion the report was ordered
to lie translated and printed.
Noble Cornwell, from a select
committee, reported favorably on
tho insertion of an item in tho Ap
propriation Bill for tho purpo.se of
bringing water from ji certain spring
to certain lands in Kula, Maui, pro
vided that tho Minister of the In
terior deemed it expedient, lioport
President Walker announced tho
following as tho Committee on the
Hawaiian Banking Act, viz.: Minis
ter Parker, Nobles J, M, Homer,
Peterson, Williams, Kauhane, Jfops.
A. S. Wilcox, losepa, Kauhi and
Hop. Kapahu ollered a resolution
that $2,100 bo appropriated for tho
purposo of subsidising an intor-i.shiud
steamor to touch at Mahukoua on
its way to and from Kona and Kau.
Hoferrcdtoa select committee con
sisting of Heps. Kapahu, Wilder, Ed
monds, and Nobles Ena and lloa
pili. Under suspension of tho rules Hep,
Kaniauoha presented and read for
the first time, without piovious no
tice, a bill to appropriate ,?20,(KX3 to
I my for certain road work iu tho dis
trict of Honolulu. Head a second
time and referred, without printing,
to a select committee consisting of
Hop. Kamauoha, Nobles Neumann
and Thurston, Hop. Aid and Minis
Hop, Akiua road for tho lirnt time
a bill to permit certain people alllic
ted with leprosy to reside at Kala
At 10:1)0 on motion the Order of
tho Day came aud
bills wore road and acted on;
Third reading Bill 100, relating to
the publication of legal advertise
Third reading Bill 1!J0, amondmoiit
to lioad Board Act. Passed.
Thiul reading of Bill 125, author
izing tho Minister of Interior to con
vey certain lands to the Sailor's
Homo Society of Honolulu. Passed.
Second reading Bill St), relative to
tho Queen's Guard. On motion the
report of tho majority of the Mili
tary Committee was adopted and
tho bill tallied.
Second reading of Bill 1JW, relat
ing to tho division of Honolulu into
fi taxation districts. Hepoit of Judi
ciary Committee was read and adopt
ed, thus tabling the bill.
Bill !12a, relating to the prohibi
tion of dealers in general merchan
dise from selling salt salmon, ttepori
of Judiciary Commit tee leconiinend
ing that the bill be tabled was
Bills fi(5 aud 111, relative to the
abolition of tho offices of Tax Assessor-!
n-Chief. Majority and minor
ity teports wore read.
Hep. Robert W. Wilcox favored
tho majority report which recom
mended the bill being laid on the
table, lie said (hat the present
Governors iu ollice were incapable of
performing the duties of assessors, i
Tho Qiieou does nol seoin to possess
the faculty of appointing capable
ollicial.s. The work was now done well
enough and he believed in its being
Rep. Koaliou favored (he adop
tion of the minority report.
Ponding action (he Asi'-nibly at
12 look room3, but before leaving,
tho President slated that business
of importance would come up be
fore the Assembly after re-convening
and hoped to see all the mem
bers present. Recess was had until
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
stieet for sale.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cunibor Tonic. Benson, Smith S: Co.,
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their houses by Miss
Wolf, 7:5 Beretania street. Mutual
Mechanics' Home, 50 and (51 Hotel
street. Lodging 'by day, week or
month 2."o. and 50c. a night; SI
and 1.2.") a week.
Dr. McLennan has lemoved to Ala
kea street, opposite the Y. M. 0. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollice hours,0 (o 12, 2 'to !,
and evenings (I to V : Sundays 10 to l.
Bell telephone 197 ; Mutual 082.
O. & O. S. S. Oceanic.
The Occidental and Oriental S. S.
Oceanic, "W. M. Smith, commander,
arrived to-day from San Francisco
at 0:27 a. in,, making tho passage in
0 days, 10 hours and 21 minutes, and
reports as follows: Left San Fran
cisco on August lOth at 1:2.") p. m.
Had moderate N. W. winds the first
two days; latter part of passage
light N. E. winds aud fine weal hen.
Tho Oceanic will leave at I this
afternoon for Yokohama and Hong
kong. Mr. Lander's ltecommoiidatiou.
Mr. J. A. Lander, a prominent
citizen of Clarksburg, Mo., and
widely known iu that Stale, says of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrho'a Hemedy: "I have seen its
good results and can recommend
it." For silo by all dealers. Beirson,
Smith Co., Agents.
How does ho fool ? He feels
blue, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed-in-the-wool,
eternal blue, and he
makes everybody feel thesa'ne way
August Flowor tho Remedy.
blow does ho fool? He feels a
headache, generally dull and con
stsiiit, but sometimes excruciating
August Flowor the Remedy.
How does ho fool? lie feels a
violent hiccoughing or jumping of I
the stomach after a meal, raising I
bitter-tasting matter or what lie has I
eaten or drunk August Flower
How does ho fool ? lie feels '
the gradual decay of vital power;!
he feels miserable, melancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death and
peace August Flowor tho Rom
How does ho foel? He feels so
full after eating a meal that be can
hardly walk August Flowor tho
G. G. OKI-EN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
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tliu PrtuiilM'ti Nn. II- Kurt divot, UiiImi
oll'i-ml fur i!io-al. I-'urtlier i.trtu'iilurt
uii upiilii-.itUm lo
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O lIOItSKl'UWUI! Ul'ltKllIT HANTHIt
L Knijiiiu unil IIoHst, in b'"'"1 VrUiiij!
onlur. 1 or iiarllrulari or turinHaiiiy to tltw
,y ' ' HULLIiTl.N OKI'MOI-;,
Pacific Hardware Co.
While Mountain Ice Cream Freez
ers. From one quart to 12 quarts.
Tho larger sizes with Ily wheel.
All ai tempts to supersede this
pattern have failed.
Call and get a Whitman Patent
Riding Bit, nickel plated.
T'veirii IT.uimVAiu: Co., I.d.
OUR STOCK OF
- -CONSISTS OL'---
Alii. ok wnirii ai:k kishhi. i:vi:i:y
I'AcivAiii: (it 'AitAN n;i;i.
At Popular Prices !
Hobron, Newman & Go.
COIiN'Ki: KUltT AND KINO STUKUTS.
3?y Jus. F. Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, Aug. 24th,
AT Id O'CLOCK A. M
At the Uesiiu.ni'eof M !!S. CAUNl'.Y, I!mo-
tiiuiii Mront (Hlrnm Hon-i1), I will
sell at I'uhlir Aiii'tion
The Household Furniture
Vera lulu ('hairs Iirui' Center lint;,
Jlurlilctop (VutiT Tallin, Whatnot,
1 Handsome B. W. Bedroom Set,
Hair Miittriis(.., MicmiiiIIo Nets,
SilinUi Hi'ilsti'iuN, llciol; Cai-i',
Betl Lounge, 1 Music Box,
11. W. Intension DlnliiB Table,
Meat Snfu. I.awn Mower,
"New Model" Stove,
(iiiiilcn Tools, lliw, ICtc, I'.tc.
AUCTION" SALE Oh1
Furniture & Fixtures!
On THURSDAY, Aug. 25th,
AT Id O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the PruiuiM's, HotH stiwi (iiir.tair.-o,
"l'l'j'" ' ''""l1,'-1'"1,' h;!'""n- '
will M.lhu 1'ui.Hr Amnion
Tlie Furniture & rixtures of the Oceanic Club
T.opo fWninc Rr PnlfiR
W W. . ., - .. f,
Ilrns.'-cls ('urputs it Hug's
Uirgu Crnliji Hug's
pmo oak sideboard,
Cane Krat Chair-,, HiuikIii)! Iiiiijii,
Oil Paintings, Gromos,
Jli-iNtrini, Miiltrii-u!s btfilr Carpet,
1 Oak Refrigerator,
i:t- Ktu., Lit-., Kti
f.Sp- I'.mlo-i ni-hlng to piuvlmi' llie
aliow a a uliulr will I'oiiiuiiiiiU-ati-with
Mesars. Kinij llrux.nte uliuiviuij it jinn
, ''"' " ""''' "' oihft Ujk I'arlar
- l-Utxdn, H'11f HnwUtU, iintl Window
I ,, . . . . , ,, ..
('ormcf, Prwet to meet the. Unm,
acknowledged superior of all cooking ranges is thoFrsciircu.
It heats up quicker and with less fuel than any other stove
on the market. Low prices.
Ei J. "W .A. 1 1 J. 1ST
monstrosities tire as dillieult to lintl as the man who says the
Stukl Akkmotoh is not the most perfect wind motor ever
manufactured. They are superior to all others, just the
same as our
pa: -A- ir, id "W" -A- :r, ei
is pronounced ly every one to he. just a little hetter quality
than you can find in any other establishment. The reasons
are obvious we take 3iothin' but the best. CJoods like
people are known by the
O ls. IF3
Our (Joods are till of the best we never make
of sandwiching the cheap with the rood, be
eaiiM.' ours tire till i-ood
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER FIT
In. A.:ny Style of
Eye Glasses of Sp
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street,
Children's HatsInfants' Bonnets
Tlie Largest Assortment
CAN HH KOl'NI) XV
104 Fort Stvaot, HConolvilvi,
OlIILDItKN'B LAUi: HATS,
OHILDUK.N'K MULL HAT.S,
(UIILDUnX'S KILK HATH,
Oil I LUKE'S MUSLIN HAT.S,
OHILDUKN'S STItAW HATS,
INKANTH' LAO.-: I.OXNK.'S, "'"'B '" "
UNl.Vl'S' OIIII'I-'ON U0N.NKTS,
INTANTri' MUSLIN JIO.WVHTH,
IN1WNT.S' SILK IIO.NNKTS.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE,
Poi- 23n.i'K "Albert1
A ritKh.ll INVulC'i: OK
Hay, Grain, Feed
For Sale Cheap in Quantities to Suit.
AT iu I'lill COHU l)K.LIVi:i!i:i).
JOHN P. COLBTJRN & CO.,
(Jlll'Mll && isw
J. N IT
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
A MISFIT ?
- HConoLilTJi, HL I.
CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
OKKK.U KOU BALK.
Best Refined Alcohol I
For Mechanical & Moillcal Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
AT THK IUTK OV -
j B1.7rS Per C3-a.lloxi
! lihj INOLUDING CONTA1NKH. flin
! The '"' ii.' lo m'ud lo your friends
aliroud in Kiiiji llritf. " Ihutrated Sail'
i vrnirof llnmiii," whielt is ijatten up for
"' l"lr'l ' ' "S' l iJrrf lHlt