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TBE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, AUG. 2G, 1892.
VllIllAY, Aug. U(i.
It M 8 Mariposa, Hnywtird, from San Fran
cisco Am bk Coylon, Cnlliuun, 15 days from San
Stmr Kaula from Waianao and Waiulua
Schr Moiwnliinc from Koholalele
FmiUY, Aug. 'JO.
RMS Mariposa, Hayward, for tho Colo-
-nics at 5 p m
Stmr V (I Hull for Maui and Hawaii at 10
' Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
USPS San Francisco, Admiral Drown,
for San Francisco
Am bk Forest Queen, Dyrcborg, for San
Ain bk Margarot, 1'eter.sen, for Port Town
From the Colonies, per S S Monowai,
Aug 121 Dr I W Qunst and son, Mr A Dur
ninnn, Sirs K Foreman, and 2 iu 2d class,
also 151 for San Franeiseo.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W Q
Hull, Aug 'Mi W H Uaitle and wife, Jlas.
ter Alfred Castle, Mrs Dickenson, Mrs
Hiiyscldon, A McDndc, .1 MeWade, Miss
M Dougherty, F Turner, .1 K Kekaula, K F.
1'obins, MrsDolles and child, J 1) Paris,
A O Lovekln and SO deck.
For San Francisco, per 11 M S S Mono
wai, Aug L'5 I) II Campbell, 0 A Hen
dricks and wife, Mrs A D Karr, S II Itogart,
V M Catlin, T lttmuld-oii and wife, Misses
Itonaldson (2), JIuster.s Itonaldson (2), S K
Damon, T A Mack. W H Miller, Profes-or
Alexander, W S Hinton, and !) steerage.
From San FraneNco, jier S S Mariposa,
Aug 20 For Honolulu: Mrs Annie Drad
ley, Mrs F It Day, .1 S Emerson, A W
Kcech, P Ixiwis, ltev A ilackintosh and
wife, Alex St M Mackintosh, Kneas It
Mackintosh, Mrs 10 J Martin, Miss Martin,
S Patcanof, Chas ltosbach, W 11 Zeltner
and wife, Geo I.ycurgus and -1 steerage.
For Auckland: (I A D Dudge and :s steer
age. For Sydney: Miss Grace Hardess,
Dr K Casperson, ltev Francis V. Clark and
wife, Muster Eugene Clark, Sydnev Cle
inentson and wife, Sir Matthew Davis, Sir
Georgo It Dibbs and secretary, Geo T
Gaden, Jr, Y A ITuriier, W A Hutchin-on,
iinucn, .ir, v a iiurier, v a iiutciun-on,
Capt M A Ipsen, Hon Win Kiipus U S
Consul, Master Kaims, Mrs Thos C Smith,
Hans Lingneso, wm Lucy, W G O Meant,
J A Hoberts. M Itoscnllcld. Kuuene Sch
molle, Hon Geo Simmiu and wife, Dr It 11
Smith, N Trolloiio, wife and child, Lord
Villiers, Mrs J .1 Wallace. Ma-ter Wallace
and 22 steerage. On at Honolulu: Arthur
Scott Browne and Fred Drooks. For Apia.
J Wightnian. To ioin at Apia: Captain
Leigh, A D C to Lord Jersey, Countess
Jersey and linitd, Lilly Margaret Villiers.
Vessels in Port.
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cisco. Ger bk 1 Isonborg, Krur-o, from San Fran
cisco. Dr bk Kooringa, Young, from Newcastle.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
I S Hioi. Mori, from Jiiiiuu.
Ger bk J (J Gludo. from Liverpool, Aug.
Haw .lik Helen Drawer, from Glasgow
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Am schr Mary Dodge, from Kureka, Sept. 3.
Am sch niendiile, from lCureka, Aug. II).
Dr bk It 1' ltlthut, from Cardill', Sept. 1.
Dk Greta, from Newcastle, N S V.
Ger bk 11 Hiickfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
The Btoaiuor Kinau will bo due to-morrow
from Maui and Hawaii,
Forest Queen and Margaret will leave
for San Francisco and Port Townsend res
pectively to-morrow, tho former with a
cargo ofHiigar, the latter in ballast.
The schooner Anna arrived at San Fran
cisco on August 17th, 15 davs from ICuhu
lul with 1501 bags sugar, Slio will return
to Kahulul with passengers and merchan
dise. Tho American bark Covlon, Culhoun,
master, arrived this ufterupon from San
Francisco in a good passage of nearly fif
teen days. She brings a cargo of general
On July 27th the vessels laid up at Hull,
Kngland, consisted of .111 steamers of 12,001
tons, and four sailing vessels of 3072 tons,
a total of -10 vessels of -15,73:1 tons. Tho
avorugo net tonuago of the lald-up steam
ers was 1108 tons. At tho sumo time there
woro luid up on tho Tyno 105 vessels of
100,000 tons. lix,
Tho first Ironclad battle ship ever built
in Turkey has lust been completed ut Con
stantinople. She is tho Humidiveli, and
she was launched in IBs), hut her construc
tion has occupied 20 years in all, Kvory
thlng In her, down to her compasses, is of
'lurklsh production, tho guns only ex
cepted. Shu is a bark-rigged central-battery
ship, carrying ton lt.5 in, and two 0.5
in. gnus. Ex.
Tho largest boat ever built on or for
fresh water will soon he under construc
tion ut West Day City, Mich. Thocontract
for it was clo-.ed u low days ago. It will
be 300 feet keel and 15 feet wide. Hor ex
treme length will bo nearly 100 feot, unit
Bho will carry on 10 feot of water not loss
than 1500 tons dead weight, This is said
to ho much uioiuthau tho a vitiligo cargo
of bult-water steamers, and for tho same
draught Is without precedent. When pro
jected improvements in canals aro com
pleted sho will curry over i000 tons. She
will ltttvu a speed of 13 miles an hour, and
Will be ready for service next spring, lit,
LOOAIi AND OENEItAL NEWS.
Warm wonthor still continues.
W. Ti. Cnslio'aiitTwrfoToft by llio
stumner W. G. llnll this morning.
1'olico Justice William Foster is
still confined to his house with ill
ness. The hand played at the Hawaiian
Hotel Inst night for the benefit of
Diamond Head, !$ p. in. Weather
eloudj, wind light east. Hark Cey
lon oft" tho head.
A deserter at contract service was
ordered to return by l'olice .lust ice
Hopkins this morning.
1. G. Cowcs, formerly steward on
the Australia, is now the popular
steward of tho Mariposa.
Sidney Clement son, a wealthy
wool-buyer of UosUm, and wife are
through passengers on tho Mariposa.
Among tho freight of tho S. S.
Monowai yesterday wore specimens
of Samoan handiwork and Australian
It is reported that the price of
opium has gone down, owing to tho
fact that tho citj is overflowed with
Sir Matthow Davis, lalo speaker
of the Legislature of Victoria, Aus
tralia, is returning homo by tho
Several oho fa banks havo boon
ro-oponod within tho past fow days.
Thoy closo now and thou to give
each other a chance.
Sir Georgo R. Dibbs and tho other
distinguished visitors on the Mari
posa took in tho sights in and about
town in a, four-in-hand.
The Pacific Wheelmen's races will
take placo to-morrow afternoon on
King street at 2 o'clock, and will
consist of half-mile and ono-milo
A mail will bo taken for San
Francisco by tho flagship San Fran
cisco, through tho courtesy of Ad
miral Brown, and it will closo at tho
Post Office at one o'clock. '
Hon. J. B. Athorton has received
word from Uov. B. Fay Mills tho
evangelist that ho has too many
othor engagements to bo able to
come to Honolulu at present.
A number of tho through passen
gers by tho mail steamers paid visits
to tho Bulletin ollieo yosterdaj- and
to-day. They were warm in their
praises of tho new building and tho
neat and nowsy appearance of tho
Tho Denver, Colorado, Daily News
of August 8th has a picture of Sir
Knight Henry IT. Williams, "the
only representative from Sandwich
Islands" to tho twenty-fifth conclave
of tho Grand Encampment hold in
Tho trial of Kiniakua, for assault
with a deadly weapon on a woman
named Lukia in tho vicinity of tho
barracks tho othor day, has been
postponed until noxt Tuesday. Tho
victim is still confined to tho Queen's
Mr. Thomas C. Smith, tho gonial
and obliging purser of tho S. S.
.u.mposa, nas nio inaiiKs oi i no
Bullutin for news favors. Mr.
Smith is accompanied ly his wife,
who goes on a visit to friends at
Sir Georgo 11. Dibbs, Prime Minis
tor of New South Wales, and secre
tary aro returning homo on tho
Mariposa. Premier Dibbs was
knighted by Queen Victoria during
his visit to England and received
with great honors.
Tho prizes to bo competed for at
Pearl City on September 2d, aro on
exhibition in a window of tho Pacific
Hardware Co.'s store. Thoy com
prise silver cups for six-oared and
four-oared boat and yacht races,
Thoy aro beautiful premiums.
Tho S. F. WooWy-Commercial
News of August 121 h says: Sixty
three bales of sugar bags, each con
taining HOO pieces, valued at SlOi),
ox-British ship Falls of Clyde, from
Calcutta, were shipped to Honolulu
yesterday on the bark Coylon.
Bov. II. II, Gowon, formerly of tho
Anglican clergy here, has published
a book iu England entitled, "The
Paradise of tho Pacific," It is in
structive in its matter and in some
places is decidedly humorous. Mr.
Gowon snj-s tho mosquito is tho only
cannibal in tho Hawaiian Islands.
The book may bo ordered through
Mr. W. F, Reynolds, Golden Rule
Tho benefit that will bo given
.Monday evening at tho Opera House
to Mrs. Martha E. Steon, tho world
famous mind reader, should bo
largely attended, as she suioly de
serves it. The program on the occa
sion is very select and will lie the
event of tho season. Now features
will bo introduced, Oscar Smith
will lio at his best and Prof, Charles
N. Steon will introduce new feats in
magic, It is hoped the house will
bo crowded. Seats aro now for sale
at Levey's. The Billutin can safely
say that it is tho best entertainment
that has over visited Honolulu.
IF I COULD
SGVENTY-FtFTl I DAY.
FiiiiiAY, Aug. 2('ith.
Assembly convened at 10. Minutes
of previous meeting were read and
Noble G. N. Wilcox from the Com
mittee on Education presented a
report on Bill 1 18 to regulate and
establish a high school for tho pur
pose of teaching and educating Ha
waiian youths in certain high
branches of education. The com
mit tee recommend a' liberal appro
priation to keep up the eflieionoy of
(he common schools, but do not
think the present state of-the Treas
ury would warrant them in recom
mending tho bill to pass, they there
fore recommend that the bill be
tabled. Report adopted.
From tho sanio commit leo a leport
wtis presented on petitions and reso
lutions asking for appropriations for
school houses in various districts
and to the effect that they recom
mend a liberal appropriation be
made for new school houses and that
the petitions, etc., bo referred to the
Board of Education. Hoport adopt
ed. Noble Mur.-den from (ho commit
tee on Temperance reported on a
petition praying that licenses for the
sale of spirituous liquor; bo granted
in all districts, and say that as there
ire bills having like proposition they
rjcommendthe petition to bo tabled.
On another pot it ion praying that
licenses for the salo of wines be
issued at 3100 each and spirit licenses
bo reduced to S2."0, they leconunend
the same be laid on the fable. Re
port tabled for bills.
From the same committee, the
same member reported on a resolu
tion asking the House to request the
Marshal through the Attorney-General
to publicly pour out 20 gallons
okolehao now at tho Station House.
The committee say that thoy aro of
opinion that this should be done and
recommend that tho House refer tho
resolution to the Attorney-General.
After considerable debate it was
ordered that the okolehao be turned
over to tho chairman (Minister
Parker) of (he Hawaiian exhibit at
tho Columbian exhibition.
Rep. Wilder from tho Commit tee
on Commerce reported on a bill and
petition referred (o them. The peti
tion is nigneil by a largo number of
mechanics of Honolulu, that action
bo taken respecting manufactured
articles' required for tho uso of tho
Hawaiian Government, so that a
greater proportion of said articles
may in the future bo manufactured
and supplied by homo industry. Tho
introducer of the bill proposed to
enact a statute whereby all ollicors
of tho Government are authorized to
accept of manufacturers for the
supply of manufactured articles
under certain conditions, tho main
point being that a piofcction of 15
percent to home producers is to be
granted. Tho committee while not
entirely agreeing with the piinciplo
of protection hereby foreshadowed
consider that tho argument of poll-
Honors is strongly in favor of tho
proposed action and thoy therefore
recommend that the bill pass. Re
port tabled for bill.
From (he same committee a report
was returned on Bill Ml to permit
tho killing of the inynah bird, Tho
committee favored (he bill being
passed. On motion tho report was
adopted, bill passed to engrossment
and for third reading on Saturday,
On Bill '.), referring to collisions
at sea, the same member reported
from the same commit tee recom
mending that tho bill bo referred to
tho Judiciary Committee, Adopted.
At 11 on motion of Noble Neu
mann the Unfinished Business was
taken up, bringing forward for con
sideration, Section 110, Bill 170, to re
organize tho Judiciary Department,
Noble Kauhane, Vice-President, iu
Section 110. Relating to (he estab
lishment of Circuit Courts in each
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Judicial Circuit. Also indicating tho J, Mis a gramCgood medU
number of Judges to each Circuit cine." For sale by all doalors. Ben
Court, Passed, I son, Smith & Co., Agents.
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JUST GET YOU OVER, I'D
Section 11. Relating (o time and
placo of holding of terms of the
respective Circuit Courts. Amend
ments were made to the section so
as to provide for term sittings at
Lahainn as well as Wailuku, and at
Honokaa as well as at Hilo.
Recess was had at 12 o'clock until
1 :!U) p. m.
Brilliant Event on Bonrd'tho Unitod
States Flagship San Francisco.
From S till !) o'clock last night
people were flocking on board tho
United States flagship .San Fran
cisco, being convoyed from shore ex
peditiously in the steam launches of
that ship and tho V. S. S. Boston.
The invited company included tho
diplomatic and consular corps, Min
isters Parker and Widomann, Prince
Kalanianaolo, Major J. W. Robert
son, H. M.'s Chamberlain, Captain
Wiltso and ollicors of tho Boston,
many members of the Privy Council
and tho Legislature, and a largo re
presentation of tho elite in general.
Admiral Brown, Captain "Watson
and officers of the San Francisco
gave the function as a farewell re
ception to their friends. Tho gal
lant ship was beautifully decorated.
Flowers studded tho Hags of all na
tions which draped the interior of
the bulwarks. There woro flowers at
every commanding point. Tho Ad
miral and ollicors loft nothing un
done that could evince a heart' wel
come to all their guests. Admiral
Brown in spite of his crutches was
moio ubiquitous than tho proverbial
newspaper reporter. He seemed to
Iw everywhere at once, so active was
he in going about to see that nobody
should fall into a listless mood. The
Admiral introduced Captain Willso
to a great many of the guests, who
were delightedly impressed with the
portly and genial presence of the
newly arrived commander.
Dancing began early and was con
tinued with spirit, excepting tho
usual furlough for refreshments, till
t lie midnight hour. There was tho
usual abundance and excellence of
viands, to engage the woll-appetitod
company's relishing attention. As
the time camo to go ashore Admiral
Brown had to hold a regular White
House reception, as the guests came
forward to shako hands with hiin
and bid him goodby, with cordial
wishes for his safo and pleasant re
turn to tho shores of his own country.
THROUGH MAIL STEAMERS.
Tho S. S. Mariposa Has Delightful
Trips Up and Down.
Arrived at 3:iM) p. m. Aug, 25,
Union Co.'s R. M. S. S. .Monowai,
!if)(X) tons, M. Carey, Commander,
from Sydney for San Francisco.
Left Sydney on tho 8th inst.aud had
head gales to Auckland, which port.
was reached on l.'lth at 5 a. in. Sailed
again same day at Jt p. m. and had
fine weather to Apia, where tho pilot
came aboard on 17th at 8 p. in. Left
Apia at midnight and experienced
strong head winds and sea to arrival
Tho It. M. S. Mariposa, Captain
Hayward. arrived at (5 o'clock this
morning and reports having loft the
wharf at San V rancisco on August
! 19th at 2:15 p. m. Purser Smith
states that both on (ho up and down
trips of tho Mariposa unusually good
weather prevailed and concerts and
deck games woro indulged in by all.
"Sho came along on an oven keel,
and you wouldn't know that you
were at sea," said (ho gonial purser.
Experienced light N. 13. winds tho
entire passage down. -The Mariposa
will resume her voyage to tho Colo
nies at 5 o'clock this evening.
Take Good Caro of tho Children.
If you have ohildion you will bo
interested in the experience of Air.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vermillion Co.,
111. Ho says; "Two years ago two
of my family, a young man and a
girl, had very severe and dangerous
attacks of bloody flux, . Tho doctor
here was unable, after a week's time,
to chock or relieve either case, 1
l threw tho doctor overboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrluea Remedy. Im
provement was seen very soon and
mv children arose in a fow (lavs
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
The S. S. Monowai took a mail for
San Francisco consisting of 21)1'.)
letters and 701 papers.
Tho Metropolitan Meat Company
received a shipment of New Zealand
mutton on ice by tho S. S. Monowai
A. W. Keech, superintendent en
gineer of tho Infer-lsland Steam
Navigation Co., was a passenger by
the Mariposa to-dny.
There will be a meeting of mem
bers of the American Uolief Fund
to-morrow morning at (he Chamber
of Commerce room at 11 o'clock.
Tho U. S. flagship San Francisco
will leave port to-morrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock for Mare Island Navy
Yard to receive a general cleaning.
A man who gets mad at what news
papers say about him, should return
thanks three times daily for what wo
know about him, but don't tell.
jjev. Alex. .Mackintosh and two
sons arrived home by tho Mariposa
this morning. The reverend gentle
man had a glorious time during his
Hon. William Kaptis is a through
passenger on tho .Mariposa. Ho is
on his way to assume tho position
of United States Consul at Sydney.
Mr. Kaptis was the late collector at
tho port of Sitka, Alaska.
Lord Villiers, eldest son and
heir of the Earl of .Jersey, Governor
of New South Wales, is a' temporary
visitor, lining a through passenger
on the Mariposa. Lord Villiers will
will bo met at Apia by his mother,
(ho Countess of Jersey, his sister,
Lady Margarot Villiers, and Captain
Leigh, A. D. C. to Lord Jersey. Lord
Villiers was the center of attraction
Mr. Lander's Rocommondation.
Mr. .1. A. Lauder, a prominent
citizen of Clarksburg, Mo., and
widely known in that State, says of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrluea Uoinedy: "1 havo scon its
good results and can recommend
it." For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith it Co., Agents.
"Bank of Hawaii."
There is some fears that Horner's
"suicidal" Banking Bill will pass tho
Legislature. To prevent this, all
should get a Bill from the Hawaiian
News Company, study it, and show
up its weak points to all you meet.
J. PANACEA FOR
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs,
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. .1. I.. Ooiiiliniin, of Anmtor, Cal,,
siy.i; "I J in vo liml r.c:iU'l opportunity
if olj-crviiiK nii'l te.-tliiK the rclluvlliK "ii'l
lit'ji 1 1 iik (tin 1 1 1 v of VilA Oil. wlii'ii applied
lo painful, mini mid inlliiiiicd purtx, uNo in
luimi joint, sprains mid Iii-iiIm-h. I nm
I'onllilviit Unit in tlin extent ItN biifn, iielivn
mid powerful Iii'iiIIiik merits nretried.lt
will lie cniixidered the inilhpt'nsulile family
r- Tor tlie in-king ymi will rceeiveju
l.'iO Testimonial Letter, lEead one mid do
your own thinking.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
OOUKtilt TOUT AND KING 8TKHUT8,
acknowledged superior of all cooking ranges is theFisciircn.
It heals up quicker mid with less fuel than any other stove
on the market. Low prices.
monstrosities arc as ditlicult to find as the man who says the
Stic hi, Aku.motou is not the most perfect wind motor ever
manufactured. They arc superior to all others, just the
same as our
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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. (Joods like
people sire known by the
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the' keep. Our (Joods are all of the best we never make
the mistake of sandwiching the cheap with the good, be
cause ours are all jrood.
We take pleasure in informing the Smokhks of the
Kingdom, that we have
A LOT OF TriW
Choicest Havana Segars !
KVKK 11HOUOHT TO TIMS MAK1CKT. ALSO,
STRAITON & STORM SE&ARS !
ATD THE POPULAK
Crop Cream Ola.37- IPipxas
AT WHOI.KSAI.i: AND IIKTA1I, 15Y
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, EC. I.
s , Automatic
Children's Hats -
Tli Largest Assortment
PAN MO l'Ol'XI) AT
104 Fort Street, HCoxaolvilvi.
I'lllI.DIIKN'H LACK HATS, .
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' INFANTS' (JHIKKON IIONNKTS, -
INFANTS' MUSLIN IIONNKTS,
INFANTS' SILK IIONNKTS.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE,
Px Baric "Albert11
A FUKS1I INVO10K OF
Hay, Grain, Feed
For Sale Cheap In Quantities lo Suit.
AT J I'KIt COIU) DKI.lVKltKU.
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.,
4!W (luwsn Struct, s
Ice Cream Freezers !
& Barrel Churns.
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CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
H. Hackfelfl & Co.
OI'FKIt FOK 8AI.K
i Best Refined Alcohol I
For Mechanical & Modlcsl Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
- AT TUB 11 HB OF
SILT'S Per Gallon.
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Tin' licit tliini lo .cf o ynur frlrmla
idirotid it A7ii' Unit, "llluntriilcd Sum
irnirolfawaii," which ittijotlcn tijior
i'jiiirjiose,uiul ifiiof uituid'eritometit.