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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KHOM AND AFTER l'EllllUARY 1. 1802.
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Sumlityi o.ccpted. t Saturdays only,
s Saturdnjs excepted.
THE -DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, AUG. 30, 1802.
Tur-uiAY, Aug. ;0.
Ilurk forest Queen for San FntncNco
Stmr Kinau for Mnui iitul Hawaii at 2 p m
rJtnir Mikahahi for Kauai, ntii p in
Bttnr 01auUiHi for Maul at 5 p in
Stinr l'clo for Makawell
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Schr T.ihollho for Lyiin lslnnd
For San Kraneiseq, per lk Finest Queen,
AuglJO-H W lVti-r, Win .1 Doddiidge,
TauiuTaand K Kaimiki.
For Maui and llnunli, per ilmr Kinau,
Aug HO For the Vok'imo: Jliw .1 M .lones,
Jlr llurman, Mr and Mrs 1, Hurlhuit, Mr
and Mrs W IL Zultncr. For way ports:
Mrs liycroft and child, C Y Alonn, C Dni
Slut;, ltcv O 1 Kinurson, .1 Honson, W H
Itiekard, 11 J. Holstein and wife, M (' ltoss
and wife, 10 1' Low, Masters tlcorgo anil
John Hiehardson, E Wilco., Itev S Kaili,
Mrs Kuvun and 2 eliildren, Aliss 12 l.yinan
and W) deck.
Tho harkentino S. (1. Wilder is discharg
ing ut the O. S. iS. I'o.'.s doek.
The Htuiimcr Mokolii will resume her
weekly trips to Molokai and Laimi next
The .steamer Chiudino takes this after
noon sections of a monster smokestack for
ripreekclsville l'lantation, Alaui.
Tho steamer l'ele leaves this afternoon
with 8U tous co.il and 40 tons hriek for Ma
kaweli, 85 tons eoal for Waimea, and 40
tons coal for Kukulia, polls on Kauai.
Tlic hark Forest Queen, Dyiuhoig master,
Milled to-day withacargo valued at 'firf.Olv!.
5"), and consisting of the following: 1015
bags sugar and 100 hags beans shipped by
T. II. D.ivies Aj Co.; :i-0 hags sugar, F. A.
Bchaefcr A; Co. ; l,0u hags sugar, Castle it
Cooke; 107 lugs sugar, C. ISiewer A. Co.
Root Beer on draught at Ben.son,
Smith & Co.'.s.
(J. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for halo.
L. H. Deo calls for all accounts
against tho Ciitorion Saloon.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Uonson, Smith & Cor, Ayonts.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
An exchange is wanted to be made
of a gold watch for a horse, brake
Extra largo size bath towols at
25 cts., during the clearance salo at
Tho annual mooting of tho Cham
ber of Commerco will bo held at 2
Embroidery edgings, 3 inches
wide, 10 yards for .$1, during tho
clearance salo at Sachs' stoio.
Ladies' white embroidery dress -15
inches doop for .?3.7f),a dress, during
tho clearance salo at Sachs' storo.
John H. Paly, Secrotar' of tho
Oahu Cemetery Association, calls a
meeting for Thursday at 11 o'clock.
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at their house, by Miss
Wolf, 73 Borotania street. Mutual
Mechanics' Home, fi.land (51 Hotol
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. aiid f0e. a night; 31
and $1.25 a week.
Dr. McLennan has lomoved to Ala
koa streot, opposito tho Y. M, C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollico hours, 1) to 12, 2 to i,
and ovonings 0 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 1)7 ; Mutual 082.
Deserved His Punishment Whether
Ho Intended Harm or Not.
Kiniakua, tho young follow who
shot at Luukia on tho afternoon of
August l'.Hh, in a house adjoining
tho barracks, was sontoncod "tli tho
Police Court this morning to six
months' imprisonment tit hard labor.
Luukia tho victim, her father and
brother stated that tho assault was
unintentional and that defendant
was an upright young lad. Tho girl
had just returned and was dialling
with tho dofondant, who is an unclo
of hors. Presently Kiniakua put tho
riflo to his shoulder and said play
fully, "Look out, I'm going to
shoot!" Ho put his finger on what
ho thought was tho liar outside tho
trigger, but instead, as he found out,
it was on tho trigger. After tho
shot ho asked if bho was hit but
sho gavo no answer. Dr. Wood de
posed to having examined tho wound
and was of opinion that it was not
serious, but thoro was a possibility
of its affecting tho uso of the arm in
a measure. Tho ball had passed
through tho muscles of tho neck,
cutting somo of tho Ubsuos. i
LOOAIj and general news.
Dininond Ilond, 3 p. in. Weathur
clour, wind frosh northeast.
Concort by tho Uoj'nl Hawaiian
hand at Thomas Squaro this .veil
ing. Cliiof Jnstico Judd lias rolurnod
from his vacation on tho othor sido
of tho island.
Tho scats for tho now Central
Union Church arrived by tho bark
entino S. G. Wilder.
1. F. Morgan will soil tho outfit of
tho Pacific Cablo Co. at his sales
room to-morrow at noon.
L. J. Lovoy will hold an assignee's
sale of dross goods, etc., at his salos
looin to-morrow at .0 o'clock.
Tho mail by tho bark Forest
Queen to-day for San Francisco con
sisted of twenty letters and live
A meeting of St. Andrew's Church
Association will bo hold at tho Ca
thedral schoolroom at 7:30 p. in.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Zeltuor wore
passengers to-day by the steamer
Kinau for the Volcano. Mr. and
Mrs. Zeltner arrived by tho Mari
posa. The election of a Noblo for the
unexpired term of six yeais, to Jill
the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion of Hon. Paul Neumann, will bo
hold on Wednesday, September 28.
.T. F. Morgan will soil tho elegant
household furnituro at the residence
of Captain Fuller, Kukui street to
morrow at 10 o'clock. Among tho
articles to bo sold is a lino cottage
Four Chinoso wore, sentenced to
six months' penal .servitude this
morning for being vagrants. Their
sentence was more merited from the
fact that thoy were common nui
sances. Tho Sons of St. Georgo publish
tho list of prizes to bo given at their
Heinond Grovo picnic on tho Queen's
birthday. Thoy aro rich ones and
will make tho young ones all want
to entor and inn for all thoy aie
A youth named Harry Plat ts fell
off a wagon yesterday aftornoon and
was picked up by a gentleman and
taken to'his home. Since the acci
dent tho young fellow has been act
ing qticorl), and it is thought the
fall has affected his reason.
Officers of the Olowalu Company
for tho ensuing year aro as follows:
W. G. Irwin, President ; F. W. Mac
farlano, Vice-President; W. M. Gif
fard, Treasurer; C. 13os.se, Secretary
and Auditor; W. G. Irwin, F. W.
Macfarlano and Aug. llanneborg,
WANT OF CONFIDENCE.
Motion Made this Aftornoon by Rep.
W. C. Wilder and Now Under
Hon. W. C. Wilder, Representative
for tho First District, moved the fol
lowing resolution in tho Legislature
this aftornoon, debate on which at
onco ensued and is in progiess as
this papor goes to press:
" Whereas, Tho Cabinet has shown
a lack of ability to copo with tho
present and piospectivo financial
status of tho country, and of execu
tive ability to carry out tho laws for
tho development and advancement
of the country; and
" Whereas, Their courso has shown
a lack of sonso or responsibility for
the courso of legislation, and an
absence of that leadership which is
befitting and duo from tho Cabinet,
and an absence of a policy of any
kind, and in placo thereof thoy have
followed a weak, shifting and vacil
lating courso derogatorj' to tho dig
nity of tho ollico and injurious to
the public interest; and
"Whereat, Tho administration of
tho Police Department of tho King
dom under tho present Cabinet
caused public scandal;
' "Xor, therefore, tie it rexolretl, That
the House hoioby expresses its want
of confidence in the present Cabi
net." Public Concort.
Tho Ilo.vnl Hawaiian
Baud, Prof. H. Borgor, leader.
give a conceit this ovonintr at
Thomas Squaio commencing at 7:30
o'clock, Following id tho program:
Marcli Ktiaight Forward. .Faust
Overtiuo Htiugglo for Fortune. Suppe
Finale (liiirameiito Vufbl
Helection12riiaili , .Yeidi
Ho I.cl no J.illu, Moaukt. I .a 1'nlo nut
Selection Norma llolliui
1'olka Mm velous Tower , Falubaeli
(lalop-VIvat . moll'
WalU Toreador . . . Itelle
Quito a Chtingo.
Sluinpor Did you go clear up to
tho top of tho peak?
Jiinpson Yes, indeed.
Sluinpor And did things really
boom changed in tho rarefied air?
ilinipsou Well, I should iomaik.
A In') bill I started with outiioly dis
appeaiod boforu I Jiad buou thorn 10
Tt'usiiAV, Aug. 30, 1802.
Assembly coin eued at 10 o'clock.
President Walker in the chair.
Prayer by Chaplain Waiatnau. Min
utes of previous meeting wore read
by Clerk McCat thy and Intorpioter
Wilcox and, as usual, approved.
The Piosidont delegated l?ep.
Wnipuilani to (he Judiciary and No
blo Peterson to the Education com
mittee in placo of Noble Neumann
Hup. Wnipuilani from a speejal
commit! co to whom was reforred
claims of ceilain roads in the Kona
district, Hawaii, leported that the
claims aro valid and recommend pay
ment out of such funds as may bo
in tho hands of the Kond Board of
the district. Report adopted.
At 10:30 on motion unfinished
business was hi ought up and the
consideration of section of the Bill
(17(i) to ro-organio the Judiciary
wtis I akon up.
Sections 50 to 07 inclusive and re
lating to Clerks oT the Judiciary Do
part incut, were passed over on ac
count of tho absence of Minister
Section (18, "Appeals shall bo id
lowed fiom all decisions of District
Magistrates in all matters, whether
civil or criminal, to the Circuit Court
of the same circuit," and specifying
how such appeals shall bo taken, the
bonds necessary, etc. Passed.
Section 09. Appeals to bo allowed
from deciees and judgments of Cir
cuit Judges in Chambers to the Su
premo Court, and specifying manner
of making such appeal. Passed.
Section 70. Power of Supreme
Court in case of appeal to it from
decisions of Ciicuit Courts. Passed.
Section 72. Exceptions. When
ever airy question of law shall arise
in any trial or other proceeding be
fore a circuit couit, the presiding
judge 111:13' reserve tho same for the
consideration of the Supienio Com I,
and in such case shall leport the
cause or so much theicof as nun- be
necesiii-3' to a full undertandipg of
tho questions to the Supreme Court.
Section 73. A 113' question may bo
reserved in like manner upon the
motion of either paily on account of
any opinion, direction, instruction,
ruling or oiiler of tho judge in 11113
matter of law. Pas?cd.
Section 71. A113' paity nury allege
exceptions to ,'1113- such opinion,
direction and instinct ion, and if
found conformable to truth shall be
allowed and signed 113- the judge.
But if the judge shall refuse to al
low and sign such except ions the
truth of allegations iii.tv bo estab
lished before tho Supremo Court and-)
tho exceptions allowed 1)3' it. Passed.
Section 75. Upon allowance of
exceptions and the deposit of 25 or
a bond by the party excepting tho
questions arising shall bo considered
1)3' the Supienio Couit. Passed.
Section 70. Power of Supremo
Couit if exceptions aie frivolous.
Section 77. When, oxcoptious-aio
allowed tho judgment 111:13- ')0 vacat
ed 13' tho Supremo Court without
.1113' writ of error. Passed.
Section 78. No trial by jury shall
bo prevented or delayed by tho al
leging, filing or allowance of such
Section 70. Uelating to tho Ina-
bilil3' of cases accoiding to tho pro
visions of this Act. Passed.
nocuonwi. i.oiating to repeal ol
laws inconsistent with this Hill.
Section 81. Wolating to tin hold
ing of commissions under lho Act.
Action was deferred for tho present.
Sections 57 to 01 inclusive, lolat
ing to tho clerks of the .Indicia'
Dopaitnient and their duties, woio
after some amendments p'assed.
An interiuption now occuned by
Hep. White obtaining the lloor and
moving that tho rules bo suspended
and ho bo permitted to read by title
the bill introduced by him yestor-
da3'. ..lotion carried anil tho mem
ber then road the bill 1)3' title, viz.:
An Act granting a franchise to estab
lish and maintain a lottery. The
special provisions of the bill ate as
1, Exclusive franchise is granted
to D. If. Cross, of Chicago, Illinois,
and W. B. Davenporl, of St. Louii-',
Missouri, and John Phillips, J. J.
Williams and Dr. Gilbert Foolo of
Honolulu, to establish a lottoi', sell
lottery, policy and combination
tickets for the term of twonty-fno
2, Majority of grantees to bo
domiciled in Honolulu; drawings to
take placo in Honolulu,
3, To pay for finnuhiM) S."00,(XX)
each year in quarleily instalments
at tho end of each quarter, after (ho
1, Purposes for which to bo used,
.Minister of Inleiiorto beaut hoi ized
to pay thuamo while iccoived, viz.:
, Ocean cablo between tho port
of Honolulu and a poit on tho Noith
miuincau couiiuoni goiiiiuuiiug wiiii
nny Amoiicau telegraph system,
$100,000 per annum.
b. Subsidy for construction of a
railroad around tho island of Oahu,
&f0,000 por annum.
c. Subsidy railroad thiough Hilo
and Hamakua, Hawaii, $50,000 per
(. Improving Honolulu harbor,
$50,000 per annum.
r. l?oads, bridges, landings and
wharves in the Hawaiian Kingdom,
$175,000 per milium.
. Encouragement of industries in
the kingdom, $50,000.
,. Encouragement of tourist tra
vel and immigration, $25,000.
h. If IJooiprooi tieat3- with the
United Slates abrogated then sub
divisions 1 and to bo applied to
'. If not applicable as itemized
then to bo made so 113- order of
Section 5. Grantees to be exempt
ed from all taxes and license fees on
such franchise except $500,000 pay
ment. Section 0. Minister authorized to
grant a charter of incoiporntion on
f. Capital stock, $5,000,1,00, fiftA.
thousand shaies, one bundled dol
liirs each, may bo incioased to $10,
0()0,(K)0. Subdivisions b c it e f ij h iclato to
usual description of corporation.
. Two commissioners to bo ap
pointed 13' the Queen who shall hold
ollico duiing pleasure of Queen and
Cabinet, tho3 to piesido at all draw
ings of lottery. Salary to be $0000
j. Drawings public and free;
twelve or inoio por year. Subdivi
sions k I and m refer to corporation
Section 7. Penalty for selling
other lotteiy tickets, not more than
$5000 nor less than $500.
Section 8. Grantees of franchise
enabled to dispose of proportj' 13
lottery. Section '.). Bight of uninterrupted
use of Hawaiian mails guaranteed.
Section 10. Act to take effect on
Bop. S- K. Pua presented a reso
lution denouncing the Marshal and
asking for his removal. Made the
ordei of business after completion
of items in the Judiciary Bill.
Minister Spencer leported tho fol
lowing Bills as ha ing been signed
In- Her Majestj', viz: 1, To provide
for pa3'inent of salaiics to Sept. 30th;
2, To further secuio depositors in
tln Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank.
At 12:10 Assembly took recess.
An entertainment of a ory inter
est ing nature was given in the Opera
House last ooning,. a benefit to
vMadam Steon being the order of the
day. Owing to the unpleasant
weather and other attractions in
town, but a poor audience assembled.
Those who woio present, however,
agreed that tho 011(01 taiiiinont was a
most enjoyable 0110. Professor and
Madam Steon thorough' mystified
the audience, and Oscar Smith con
tributed to tho fun of the evening
13' his voi'3' comical vontiiloquinl
J New Hunting
Ca-o (Sold Wateli for
a jIoisu, 1!
Aid. ACCOUNTS AOAlNbT TIM! Cltl
tenou Saloon must hu presented at
Honolulu, Aug. ISO, lb:).'.
I wii.i. i'ay so di.hts no u in: itr.s-
Ji pon-ihle for any goods purehaced in
my iiiiimi linlesri Htuih dehta or goods aie
authorized liy mo in writing.
J. IJ. HAUKIBOX.
Honolulu, Aug. 'J!), IK!).'. MMi
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A T TIIK Al).IOl'ltNi:i) ANNUAIi
XX- -Mi el
tinu' of the t-tnekholilers of tlie
Olowalu Company held Aug. J, IKW, at
the olliee of W. (I. Irwin - Co., (1,'d), the
following OIlleurH were re-elected to terve
during the eiiMilug year:
XV. CI. Irwin 1'resldont,
K. XV. Maefailaiiu . . Vice-1'iciddent,
W. M. (llllant . . Treasiuer,
C. llosse . , . . i A
iio.miu or iiiiir.i'To:!:
W. (i. Ii win, I'. W. Macfarlaiie and
ftln-lw hicretary jini torn.
lli:i.i. Tm lilt. -Htp-.Mi ri'i.Ti:i. bt.
&- Hi.iinr.M y. lli.i.i Thi ,'iii.). -tl
rUIAULUb I.l'ONAJII) IIIXIS TO IN
J (111 in his fiieuds and the jiuhlie that
he line opened the ( arriage Stand, coiner
of Niiuauu and King Kt nuts, to he called the
"I. X. Ii. CARRIAGE COMPANY,"
wlimu Special Mates will ho inadu foi Tou
ri.st and l'iciiie I'liitlen to all plnces of in
leiest ; uImi Can fill Driver iiiovided for La
dies calling or whopping. '1 l.u undersigned
holies hy r-1 1 ii-t attention to business to
gain custom and favor hy all.
ry Carriage turn Mud at all hours, du,
or night, nlwi llaggage Kvpiess.
Mensr.i. h'iwj llran.are thowiny uflne
line of llumboo anil other style Parlor
Kauch, Wall Jtravkrts, and Window
ilCornJceu, ut Prices to nm( the lima.
Pacific Hardwaro Co.
White Mountain Tee Cream Freez
ers. From one quart to 12 quarts.
The linger sizes with lly wheel.
All attempts to supeiodo this
pattern have failed.
Call and get a Whitman Patent
Hiding Hit, nickel plated.
P.vcino Hakdwaiii: Co., Ld.
Pielure )rame vtmle to ordrr fiom
Latent Style of Moulilhiiit, I! nova
tion of Old Picture a xpecialtji at King
llroa., Hole! street.
-A. FA.STCEA. FOR
tame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs,
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. .1. I., (.otxliiinn, of Ainator, Oil.,
says: "1 Imvo liail ri'c!ituil opportunity
of uliscrviii)' mill testing the relieving anil
liealinn quality of V111 On, when applied
to painful, sore and inllained parts, also in
lame joints, sjnains and liruNes. I am
eonlident that to the extent its safe, aetive
.11111 pouoiiiu iieanng merits aro trieiit
will he considered the indispensahle family
TP" I'or the asking ou will reeeive'a
I.JO Testimonial l.ettei. 'lie.id one and do
your own thinking.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COKNKR 1'OIIT .VXD KIN(i hTI'KKTS.
Retiring from Business
ouu i.xTim: stuck.
Must be Sold by January 1, 1893.
We will Commenee Helling Out
Next Saturday, Sept. 3, 1892,
And will eontiiiue until the Whole
Stoek is disponed of.
STORE TO LET! FIXTURES FOR SALE!
OKCA.E3. J. PISHBLi,
Ihe Leading .MUlineiy Houm- eor.
ami Hotel stuets.
To .Lot or Leaue.
rpWO NICKI.Y FUlt
JL nislied ltooius, cen
trally located. Inquire at
iiiu.i.k'MN onicc. ira-tf
Cottage at Makilii,
near Jkietaula sheet ear.
Apply this olliee.
DUVAI, IMtl'MIKI'S, III
IJeietaniu street, op
posite Koit Mieul church.
Aiiplv to it. L 1,1 1.1.1 V..
.is-'-tf At Then. II. IJavics .t Co.
COTTAGES TO LET.
MVO COTTAOKS TO
I ,n I -one on .Meicliaut
titreet and one on Kort
xtrett next to f-ehool Iioiiki.
Apiily to W. Mi CANDLICbh.
jkxv iioi'si: ok rivi:
Xi rooms, on .Magazine
htreet, with llathrooin, lat
ent W, O., etc. Commands
one of t
e finest views in Honolulu. Apph
(177-tfl .1. .M
HOUSE TO LET.
Hr. coji.Moniors -'-
Slorv Dwelling on
I'liuehliowl hticel, hetween
lleietau In and Kim;, occu
pied hv the undersigned to wlioiuapplj
for particular. W. b. I.Ut'l!.
An in: cottaoi: on
lleretanla street, near
1'iiicoi street, containing
I'arlor, L' lieilroonm, llath
rooin. Dinliiuroom. 1'aulrv
Servant's rooiil.Cairiaeu HoUMi.Stahle.ete,
TiaincaiH paH eveo -0 iniliutes, Apjilj at
olliee of thin paper. l.iS-tf
I ."Hilt Till: ItKTUUN OK ANAMllKll
Ciiiiuette lloldiil. lost on the Waikll;!
in. i.l itn mil llni Pirl.' iit Tiink.ilii- liikit
tl. tWIltll'l l' (
.i. w. Miiiiiiti:.
mi riKWtlttx Inst.
ONE SMALL JMH'K
sl.lii I'ony hraiiil
ed"i:t" mi niniiiidleg.
owner can have wiiuu
on iiayiug upeui.
yon possess a personal acquaintance with 30111 own
individuality you will deal where vou int. tho ncnt-
est value for the least money.
J Ij1 you want the latest IhingK in J lard ware go to the
JL JL house where snap, ginger and push ooxes out of
every pore in the skin of the salesman just like the water
oozes out of that lot of Garden I lose you bought o? those
U will last,
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Strool, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Spreckcls' Bank.
iw. si. j c aa ?"
104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
To Commence Monday, August 29, 1892,
Two "Weeks Only !
THE ENTIRE STOCK WILL BE OFFERED AT A
All Goods will be Marked in Plain Figures and
Sold or Cash. Only
Bona-fide Sale ! olr Positive Bargains !
THE REDUCTION WE GUARANTEE FOR
TWO WEEKS ONLY
The Popular Millinery House.
E X1 T IR. A-
AW take pleasure in informing the Smokicks of the
Kingdom, Unit we have
A LOT OF TIIK
Choicest Havana Segars !
BVEK HUOUOUT TO THIS JIAHKI5T. ALSO,
STRAITON & STORM SEGARS !
ANM) Till. POPULAR
Crop Cream Olay Pipes
AT WIIOI.r.bALi; AND ItKT.ML 11Y
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
Per Bark "Alloort"
A Kill's H lNVOICi: OK
Hay, Grain, Feed
- AND -
For Salo Cheap in Quantities to Suit.
AT til I'KIt COltl) DELIVERED.
JOHN F. CQLBURN & CO.,
try tho "Gomi Skal
H. Hackield & Go.
OKKKU KOK sai.i:
Best Refined Alcohol!
For Mechanical & Medical Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
at Tin: imi: -
Sl.T'B Per Gallon
HO INOLUDlNOCONTAlNEIt. Im
The best thinij to send to your friends
abroad is Kimj llro. " lllwlmted .S'o
veuirpfllntiuti," ivliieh imjatUm up for
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