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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, AUG. 2.1, 1892.
Tiiitjuiiw, Aug. 25.
It JI S Motion ni, Carey, from the Colonics
TiiuinuvY, Aug. 25.
Stnir Hawaii for Knliului and Olowalu
Solir Kauikenouli for Koluila
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr W i Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 1U
Vessels in Port.
USFS San Fruneisi o, Admiral Jlrown,
from San Diego.
Am lik Albeit, Winding, from fean I'r.tn-
Am bk 1'oicst Queen, Dyteborg, fioni San
Ger bk P Isenberg, Kiu.se, from San l'ran-
Ilk Margaret, I'etciscn, fiom Newcastle.
Dr bk Kooriugn, Young, from Newcastle.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
JI T JI S Hiei, Mori, iioin Japan.
R M S Mariposa, Haj inid, fiom San Vian-
eisco. Aug. 211.
Am bk Ceylon, from San Francisco, Aug.
Ger bk J C Glade, from I.ivei pool, Aug.
Haw bk Helen llrewer, from Glasgow,
MiH bkt Morning Star, from Jlieionesia,
Am sehr Mary Dodge, from llurcka, Sopt. .'!.
Am soli Glendale, trom IJuieka, Aug. l(i.
JJr bk 11 1 Uitbet, from Catdill, Sept. 1.
Ilk Greta, from Newcastle, N S V.
Ger bk 11 Haekfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
The U S cruiser lioston is being lep.iintud
and otbeiwiie being cleaned.
The bark Margaret will leave for the
Sound on Saturday in ballast.
The U S cruiser San Francisco will re
ceive 55 tons of coal before leaving.
Tlio bark Albert is moored near the old
Custom House wbaif waiting for sugar.
Tho steamer W G Hall will leave for
windward ports to-uionow morning ut 10
The I'ortuguoso sloop S Pedro is doing n
profitable business trailing between Wuiu
nmi and the city.
JIKIEHICK-LKWIS-In Honolulu, August
21, by lies'. TIkh. I,. Gulick, Mr.
Clinrles F. Hcrriek to Misu Alice G.
Low la, both of Honolulu.
Bureau of Information.
Tho diieclors of tlio Hawaiian
Bureau of Information met this
afternoon at l:!i0 o'clock in tho office
of Hon. L. A. Thurston. There woio
present: Hon. W. Or. Irwin, Presi
dent; Hon. Jno. Ena, Vico-Bresi-dont;
Hon. L. A. Thurston, Secre
tary; Mr. H. von Holt, Trcasuior;
Mr. C. L. Carter, Auditor; Dr.
Trousseau and Mr. S. B. Rose, I31ec
It was decided to offer for sale
2000 shares of stock at $10 per share,
payable in monthly instalments of
f0 cents each or fi poicont. If the
Board disposes of all of the stock,
tho monthly jncomo at tho disposal
of tho organization will amount to
Mr. B. Ellsworth Caiey briefly
stated a plan for tho disposal of tlio
stock to the citizens of Honolulu
and tho outlying islands, and upon
motion was employed to represent
tho Board in tho matter of solicit
ing subscriptions of stock.
It is proposed to circulate descrip
tive matter throughout the United
States, and to wcino tho publication
of suitable articles in leading publi
cations; to hoik! an agent to tho
Colonies for tho purpose of inducing
porsons visiting the Chicago Fair to
stop over for a period in those isl
ands; to establish a branch bureau
in San Frauciaco for the purpose of
placing tho attractions of this coun
try before T2astern visitors, and, gen
erally, to advertise Hawaii n& tho
"Baradiso pf the Pacific." It was
stated that if the tourist tiavel hero
"could bo inci cased four or five fold,
a great impetus would bo given to
illl branches of business.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 8 p. in, Wonlher
cloudy, wind light northeast.
Tito Board of floalth had but
littlo business at this week's session.
The U. S. cruiser Boston carries
two bigger guns than the flagship
Three native deserters of contract
sorvico of the I. I. S. N. Co. decided
to return this morning to work.
The band will give a concert at
the Hotel this evening for the bene
fit of the Monowai's passengers.
Prof. Max. Loheido will give
lessons in club swinging, wrestling
and other athletic exercises at the
Tom Hollingor has lost his black
mare, that figured in n race two years
ago. She died the other day after
Thoio will bo a meeting of the
American Belief Fund at the room
of the Chamber of Commerce at 1 1
U. S. Consul-Genet al H. W. Sever
ance visited the U. S. cruior Boston
to-day. Ho was saluted on leaving.
Prof. M. M. Scott accompanied !Mr.
A Chinaman was arrested yester
day on a chargo of common nuisance
in obstructing the public highway.
This morning ho was discharged
The Board of Education lately
made many changes in the locations
and positions of teachers, and is now
awaiting i optics as to acceptance or
The now system of loadniaking at
tho corner of Fort and King streets
docs not scorn to have been a suc
cess. Tho patchwork did not nack
so well as expected.
Ltuii Geo, tlio Chinese peddler,
who identified the Chinaman found
murdered in tho bay on Apiil 19. as
his cousin, has applied for possession
of the body to give it decent burial.
Sydney Broad, lately Hawaiian
Consul at Falmouth, England, has
had contorted on him by Her Majes
ty tho decoration of Knight Com
panion of the Royal Older of the
Crown of Hawaii.
Their Excellencies Samuel Parker,
Minister of Foieign Affairs, and II.
A. 'Widoniann, Minister of Finance,
and Colonels Jno. Richaidson and
W. II. Conns ell of Ilor Majesty's
staff, paid an official visit to tho U.
S. cruiser Boston this morning, re
ceiving the usual salute on leaving.
In connection with two arrests at
Los Angeles for passing Confederate
bills, a dospatch says, "Such hills
have been in general citculation for
several weoks and many business
men have been bitten." As a news
item in tho Bulletin a few day ago
showed, this bogus paper has crop
ped up in Honolulu.
About 11 o'clock yesterday morn
ing a Chinaman made an assault on
a native woman near tho O. U. A: L.
Co.'.s wharf. Tho damo picked up
stonos and pelted tho Mongolian so
that ho was glad to get away from
her. Plucky woman, as there was
auothor Chinaman near, who, how
ever, did not make an attempt at in
Broke Its Log.
An accident which resulted in tho
killing of ti valuable hor.se happened
at 10:510 o'clock this morning. A
hotso driven in a hack belonging to
tho Hawaiian Hotel Stables was
going around Hotel and Uichaids
streets when one of the horse's hind
legs got over tho crossbar, causing
tho animal to fall. Tho fall broke
its leg. Dr.W. T. Monsanat, Gov
ernment votoiinary surgeon, was of
tho opinion that the animal would
not survive and ended its agony by
Mr. Justice Bickort on held Inter
mediary Couit to-day.
C. T. Gulick, trustee, vs, Wahapuu
ot al. Assumpsit. Defendants' ap
peal from Waianae District Court.
Magoon for plaintiff; no appearance
of or for defendants. AppejJ dis
missed. Napoha vs. Keka. Assumpsit. De
fondant's appeal from Honolulu
Police Court. Nawaakoa for plain
tiff; Abhfotd for defendant. Judg
ment for plaintiff. His Honor, in
rendering judgment, said it must
have been evident to all who heard
tho evidence that somebody was
lying. Both sides could not be tell
ing (ho truth, Ho did not like tlio
way the defendant testified, as ho
showed he had been coached. A
judge must, in such a case, bo gov
erned to some extent by the im
pressions made on his mind. It ap
peared to him as if plaintiff had
made out a case that defendant had
failed to disprove.
Antono Pedro vs. 0. P. Knnnkanui.
Assumpsit. Plaintiff's appeal from
Fwa District Couit. Kami for plain
tiff; Kahookauo for defendant. Case
is remanded back to the District
Court on account of improper ruling
at the original hearing there,
Wednesday, Aug. 21.
Assembly ie-conened from lecefs
al 1 :M) o'clock.
Minister Widoniann, under suspen
sion of the rules, lend for tho first
time a bill pioviding for tho con
tinuation of the payment of salaries
until the passage of the Appropria
tion Bill. Read a second time and
loforred to tlio Commit lee on Fin
ance. Noble Marsden tead for the first
time a bill to exempt certain forest
lands from taxation. Head a second
time and loferied to Commit too on
Rep. Robett 'Wilcox olfeted a ieso
lution that tho Cabinet obtain Jrom
the Board of Genealogy a repot t
showing tho woik done by tho said
Board, and a record of all the gene
alogies collected, and that a com
mittee of five bo appointed to ex
amine the saidwoik and report to
the Legislature of 1891. Adopted.
Bill 79 was taken from the table
and referred to the Finance Com
mittee. Tho special Older of the Day,
Bill 177, to further secure depositors
in the Postal Savings Rank, was
taken up for consideration. Tho
bill piovidos for the issue of Tieas
1113 notes, payable in not less than
thieo months nor mote than eighteen
months, and bearing no more than 0
percent interest; such notes to bo
issued only for the purpose oT secur
ing funds to meet withdrawals. The
bill was considered section by sec
tion. With but little debate and after a
few amendments tho bill -a as passed
to engrossment and to third leading
No other business was ready, so at
15:20 tho Assembly adjourned.
TurusDAY, Aug. 2."i.
The Asembly convened at 10
o'clock. Purser by Chaplain and
minutes of tho previous meeting
wero read and, as usual, approved.
Tho President announced tho com
mittee nil tlio Genealogy report, as
follows: Rep. R. W. Wilcox, Rep.
Kauhi, Noblo Hoapili, Rep. Kuuna-'
maiio, Minister Parker.
Minister Spencer lepoitud that
Her Majesty had signed the folloss--ing
I, to create Hana, Maui, and Wai
mea and Mnkaweli, Kauai, ports of
entry; 2, to authorize tho Minister of
Intetior to convoy certain land to
tho Sailors' Homo Society of Hono
lulu; :$, to iuuicnso the duty on
eofloo; 1, lolatiug to the publication
of legal fids-ortisoinonts; ., to bettor
define tlio right to bail; (i, to amend
the Road Board Act.
Noble Neumann, fiom the Judi
ciary Committee, presented a lepori
on Bill 170, relating to the leorgau
iziitiou of the Judiciary, lecomineud
ing tho bill for passage svith a sub
stitute for the part lelatiug to the
clerk's depaitmeut. The committee
will offer another enabling section.
The committee acknosvledgo assis
tance from members of the bar in
cou.sideiing the incnsiiic.
Hep. White, one ol the committee,
agrees with but one exception whore
in the term of court at Lahainn is to
be abolished. Roport tabled for bill.
Noble J. M. Horner from the Wajs
and .Means Committee icported on a
resolution relative to the inserting
of 12,000 in the Appropiiation Bill
for tho purpose of defraying tho ex
penses of Princes Kniulani in a tour
thiough Furope and other countries,
and to the effecL that, liosvoser much
tlioy may desito to grant the nppio
prinlion asked for, the financial
situation of tho Government is such
that they cannot reccoiniiiend the
adoption of tho resolution, but to
commend that it be tabled. Tabled
to assail a niinoiily leport.
Rep. Kamauoha fiom a select
committee, to whom had been refer
red a icsolulion relative to subsidis
ing one of the Iiitur-Islaud .steamers
to call at Mahiikoua, repotted that
they learn thai tho steamship com
panies svere already making anango
uient.s for that end and the commit
tee tlieiefore lecoiumond (lie bill bo
tabled. Roport adopted.
On mot ion (ho Order of (ho Day
came up, bringing forsvaid for con
sideration Bill 170, to lo-organizo the
Judiciary Department. Tho bill ss'as
ordered to bo considoied .'section by
Section 1. Piovidos for a depait
nionl of Ihe Government out it led
the Judiciary, to be presided over by
tho Chief Justice. Reports to bo
made to Legiblaturo at each bo.snion.
Section 2, Said depaidnont to be
iii(lependon( of both thu executive
anil legislatiso, hovoioign not to
Suction !), No Judge of the Su
premo or any Circuit Court or any
magistrate shall exorcise tho profes
sion or employment of counsel or
attorney at law or bo engaged in (ho
practice of lasv. Passed.
Section J. All questions of lass
shall be decided by tho couit and in
sliuctions to bo binding on jury
Section f, Common lasv of Eng
land is declared tho common lasv of
(ho Hawaiian Islands. Passed.
Section (i. Several courts of ret
on! shall have posser to decide for
themselves the coiislitittionalitj and
binding effect of any lasv, etc. Su
premo Couit have posser to annul
laws eonbaiy to Constitution or op
posed to the laws of nations. Passed.
Section 7. Several courts in their
decisions to have due regaul for
vested lights, Passed.
Section 8. District Magistrates (o
be appointed for each district. They
must lie proficient in the Hawaiian
language, Must reside in district.
Ponding action on the section the
Assembly, at 12:05, took lecess until
Mr. Charles F. Horrick, clerk to
tlio Buicati of Public Wotks, and
Miss Alice G. Lewis were married at
the residence of Rev. Dr. Becksvith
yesterday evening. Res-. Thos. L.
Gulick was this officiating clergy
man. Tho cetcinony was private.
A reception ss-as hold, beginning al
eight o'clock, at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Rodanet, Punchbowl
slreet. The couple stood beneath a
mariiago bell mainly composed of
tuberoes to receive the congratula
tions of their friends. Mr. Chatles
Crane was best man, and Miss Katie
McLain biidesniaid. It ss-as a good
looking young ssedded couple in
whoso faces supienie happiness en
hanced the ehaims of the bride's
comely features and the manly hand
someness of the giooin.
At 9:110 tho party ntiinbeiing (50 or
70 sat down at tsso tables on which
sas spread an elaborate and entic
ing wedding supper. Mr. Walter
Hill, an old fiiendof the groom's
family, pioposcd in happy (onus
health and happiness to the youth
ful pair. .Mis. J. YV. Pratt, who as
sisted the Ito'-t and hostess in dis
pensing the hospitalities of (ho
house, supers isod the feast ssilh
ability and giacofulnoss. "Jr. and
Mis. YV. E. Heriick, patents of the
giooin, and Mrs. Husband, sister gf
the bride, also did a huge shate in
(ho cntoitainincut, helping to mako
all feel at home. The biido is a
sister of (he hostess, Mis. Rodanet.
After supper, befoio and dining
svhich tho Hawaiian Quintet Club
played and sang its uuo music, tho
reception loom ss-as cleaicd for danc
ing. Old and 5'oung folks sied svith
each other in doing justice to the
svedding with Hying feet and esei'
(hing ssenl merry fill after mid
night. It was a delightfully infor
'Charlie," svho svillboieineinboicd
in former years as tho polite "Cen
tral" of (ho Boll telephone ollice. is
to bo congratulated on sviiiiiing a
prettj" initio and on the pleasant
sendoff his and her friends have
given thorn on (hoir stalling in mar
ried life. They recoiscd many beauti
ful and useful wedding pic-onts,
svhich sveie shosvn to the guests. A
huge pictuie of Romeo and Juliet
ss-as gison by the groom's old chums
in tho telephone ollice.
All elderly native, an adhoioiit to
(ho Mormon faith, made an unsuc
cessful attempt to conseit everal of
hi.s countrymen on the city fiont
this morning. The Mormon held
his listeners in rapt attention for
quite asvhilo, reciting Scripture and
explaining hosv it ss-as that (lie .Mor
mon religion ss-as (he only due reli
gion. It ssas really ss-onderful hosv
( he old geu( Ionian ss ould quote Scrip
tuiooir the tool. If i) fell into an argil'
mont, however, svith one of hit Ho
teliers svilh regaid (o the liiithday
of Our I, oid, the" old gentleman
holding thai accoiding to his icli
gion the Lord svas horn in Septem
ber. (Jluihl's hiithplnco ho main
tained svas in (he I'nited Stales anil
there being hiiosv in December ss ould
upset the pio.sout Uhrihlinas keep
The tsvo hula gills svho figured in
the Police Com I on Monday morn
ing will heme ineir (iiiieiences tills
evening. ICver Mine the trial Ivalua
the defendant has nn'lita(ed insenge
againsl .Jennie and this moiling she
will get il or o1m fresh cause for
lovonge. Theie ssill bo no lefeice,
but thoie svill be seconds, and only
a foss on each .side ss'ill be allowed
at the ring hide, Tho police need
not accept this nolico unions (hoy
"Uiiuk of Iluwaii."
Theie is homo feais that Jlorner'h
"nii-itlal" Hnnkiiis! Hill svill pass (he
Legislature. To piovont (his, all
. b10uld get a Hill from (he Hawaiian
vmvH Company, study it, and shosv
,,,. ifw li,, n I.- itriints In all -oii meet.
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iJUJ JIULLKTIN b
X Dally J'umr of tin Kingdom
euiun pur uioiitii
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs,
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mi. .1. I,. Gooiltnan, of Atnator, (Ml.,
sas: "I Iias-o bad ioc.UmI opportuults
of observing ami testing the telicslni; anil
liciiliiiKiuality of Vits Oil. when applied
to painful, "ore mid inllameil part, al-o In
lame joints, sprains and bruises. am
eontldent that to the extent its safe, aetive
and powerful healing merits aie tried, it
s III be considered the indispensable faniils
t6F- Tor the asking suit svlll re- -imJii
lf0 Testimonial Letter, l'ead one and do
onr own thinking.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
coiiM'.i: tout and king stim:i:i's.
TO THE LADIES
And those Disappointed in Business
and O titer AftYurs !
7 0V WOULD 1)0 Wr.LLTOCOWSI'LT
Msiism P.. SH.I-N for advice at hei
lesidcneu "Haalele.i Lawn," ISielmids
street. Hours: in . i. to 1 i m., and
from ! : m. till 5 i m. ."iiiii-lt
Tin: ri)i:it.siG.vr,i uivr.s notii i:
)f the Lauds, Halekoit ami Kahiaimhi, in
the District of Koolauiioko, Islatul of
O.ilut, anil ans pui-on
on the right ss'ill be pioi-ecute.l.
S0i.-U SV. LAN'Z
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A T Till! ADJOlTISNim ANNUAL
XV. Meeting of the Stockholders of the
Waioliimi Agiicultiiul ,S Gi.iing Co. held
this d.l), the follow ing Ollleeis werecUcled
for the ensuing sear:
I'icsideiit .. Hon. S'. fi. Irwin,
Vice-I'tesiilent. .Mr. .1. JI. JIons.ui.it,
.V " .
.Hon. C. 1'. laukea,
ii :: i io::
W. G. Iiwiu, .1. JI. Motismr.it, O,
.1. Kaiihaue, .1. I). IMii
C. I'. IAUKUA,
Keretiirs W. A. .V, G. Co.
Honolulu, Aug. i, lh'i.'. fiOi-lm
rpilK ASSOCIATION KNOWN ARTHK
1 "American Kellef I'liiid," which. diir-
iiians sens put, has given aid and
to. i lame nuiiibei of sick anil indi
gent eitii us of tho Untied States, is need
ing reorganization and funds Its late
I'tcsident, Alex. .1. (iirtwnght, ssas the
principal ailiiiiuistialor of its Hinds, and
ssith the uiiilcijsigucil the only remaining
ollleer. The (alls fur help in these dajs,
from those unable (o piovidc for thein
selves, aie man.s , constant and pressing,
and the means 'for giving relkf aio iti'ide
ipiate, and unless tbe aroadd(d to libe
rally will soon be exliaiislid. The Life
Jluiiilx'is and Animal Jlembeis of thu
"Anuricau i'.elief Pund," and all other
Americans who aio willing to become mem
bers in oider to piovide for thu leliefof
such of their fellow-countrymen as are or
may be in distress and entitled to aid from
till fund, arc icipicstcd to meet at the
loom of the Chamber of Commerce, on
SATUUDAV, the 27th lust., at 11 o'clock
. m. The inemhniship of this Association
should not hc'coulliicd to Honolulu, or the
1 island of Oahii, us Iheialln for lulief are
not icstrlctiid to this island,
CIIAS. It. ItlSHOl'.
Honolulu, Aug. L'J, IsUJ. Wnv.'t
oTocunoi.niiitri in Tin; WAiiinr.
O Kitgai Company will please take no
tice that a Special .Meeting of the Com
pany will be held at the ollice of C. lliewer
iS. Coiuiiau.s, on FltlDAY, the L'llth hist.,
at '' o'clock 1-. m.
.1. 0. CAUTIIU,
becretarv Wiillieo Sugar Co,
Houohilu, Aug. 18, IWIJ. ouo-lw
bl'KCIAh JIlIKTINfl Oh Till:
hlocliholders of the Jlouoinu Stiuar
Company will be held on tsATl'HDA V,
S'eplembLr 'M, at lo o'clock s. m., at the
olllie of C. ltruwet ,S Co., (I.'d).
Sti n tars Houoinu Sugar Co
Honolulu, Aug. Is, ls!IJ. WJl--'w
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
Ktna Firo Insurance Co,,
Union Insurance Co,,
UK tjAN KUAN01SUQ, OAJ
acknowledged superior of all cooking' ranges is the Fischku.
It, heals up quicker and with less fuel than any other stove,
on the market. Low prices.
-A- "w -A-1 1 .a. sr
monstrosities are as diflicult to liud as the man who says the
Stkij. Ai:i:motor is not the most perfect wind motor ever
manufactured. They .'ire superior to all others, just the
same as our
P3I jPtL. R, ID "W .A. IR, IE
is pronounced by every one to be just a little better quality
than you can find in any other establishment. The reasons
are obvious we take nothing' but the best. CJoods like
people are known by the
c o 3vc :f j. nsr r
they keep. Our (Joods are all of Ihe best we never make
the mistake of .sandwiching" the cheap with the good, be
cause ours a ill all iood.
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER FIT
Ixx JLJOsy 3tyle of
HOLLISTER& CO, DRUG&ISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - Hoiaol-ulia, EC. I.
w s. mjSLU
104 Ifoi't 3ti3Qt, KCoiaolu.l.x.
ClIlLDUI'.N'h LACK JI VTh,
CIIII.DIIKN'H JITLL HATS,
CHII.DItr.N'.s bll.K HATb,
CIIILDItKN'S .MUSLIN HATb,
CHII.DKKN'H bTUAW HATH,
CHILDUKN'.S I.KOHOUN HATS
INPANTS" LA0I) ItOXNUl'S,
IN'TAN'Th' CHIKroN llONN'r.i'S,
INKANTh' JUTbl.lN JIONXKT.S,
INTANTS' SILK JlONNin'S.
SDN BONNETS IN WHITE, CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
Per Baric " JVltoox-t1
A ruubii invoici; w
Hay, Grain, Feed
For Sale Cbcap in Quantities to Suit.
at $:i imiii conn i)KLivi:ui:i),
JOHN F, COLBURN & CO.,
40J Quvon Street, fixv
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
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H. Hackfeld & Co.
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Best Refined Alcohol !
For Mocliaulcal & Medical Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
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