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LOCAL AND GENERAL news.
Pull inpon to-morrow niglil.
Knwninlmo Sonrinarj opunori this
Tlio band will play at Emma
Squaro this evening.
Diamond Head, H p. in. MVntlior
clear, wind light east.
Only four oases of drunkenness
appeared on the Police Court reeord
Tlio Woman's Hoard of Missions
will moot to-morrow afternoon at
Central Union Church at 2:30 o'clock.
?ov. and Airs. J. Usborno will
leave for San Francisco on tho S. S.
China duo hero on Friday from
Yokohama and Japan.
A fire was discovered in tho viei
nitj' of the Chinese Y. M. C. A. yes
terday, and was quickly put out be
fore it gained any headway.
"Tn-ra-ra-boom-do-ay in the back
yard" was enacted with a vengeance
at Kakaako by a parly of Hawaiian
female high-kiekors on Friday even
ing. Tho niillinory establishment of
Mr. and Mrs. Good on Fort street
has been closed for tho past few
days. The causo is a dispute as to
Full moon on Sept. fl'.u, nt loll. SGui. ii.m.
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
Petition to tho Quoon to havo Mar
shal Wilson Retained -Manly
Words from tho Friond.
MONDAY, SEPT. 5, 1892.
Sunday, Sept. 1.
"Stmr Glaadiuo from Mnui and Hawaii
Still r Jlikalmlu from Kauai
Monday, Sept. 5.
Sloop Kainlani from l'uuloa
Monday, Sept. 5.
Stinr .Tames Jlakeo for Iliiunlei and Hana-
niaiilii at 1 p m
Stinr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr M'aimaiialo for Molokai and Maui
Stmr Mokolii fo'r Molokai at 5 p in
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Knala for Waianac and AVaialua at
10 a m
Stmr C It Uiidiop for I.ahaina and Hama-
l;na, at 10 a m
Stmr Mlkahala for Kauai, at 5 p m
Stmr Claudinu for Maui at 5 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Mikalinla 3111 lines sucar, 372 ba
hides and !K) pkgs sundries.
cs sucar. Ai'2 haua
nee, '22 uniis pin. l.rl baiis bones. 11 bills
15:2 nkes sundries and '2
. From Maui, per stmr Cliiudino, Sept. li
OI. Wight, L Hornt'r, Miss Annie Rec,
Mis Wone Leung and 4 children, Miss
Kinney, Miss Moore, Miss Qrecn, Miss
Snow, H 'A Austin and wife, Miss Aleming,
Miss L Nickeli-on, S F Oliillingwortli, Chas
Cliilliugworth, Fred Aloxander, Geo Cum
mings, K l'ilii, Mr Croukor, Miss Apolo,
Eiiinin Akana, Mrs Widdclicld. Misses
Widdelicld, S Widdciicld, Miss A Widde
tield, Miss Lowruv, W Ileckloy, Miss Kditli
Mist, Mrs J W knlua, Jos Kauinnkaole,
J Hakuolo, Masters Giles, llros liertram,
Philip, Thomas, Anthony, Kdward and
Joseph; G Goodness, Miss Ai, Mrs Napo
leon, Manuel Tilton, Goo Tang, Y Alan,
Edwin Wilcox and 02 deck.
From Kauai per stmr Mikahaln, Sept 4
MrsSW Wilcox, Miss Ktta Wilcox, Miss
Wilcox, It Ij Wilcox. Sirs F W Macfarlane
and son, W II Itiec, Jr, Charles Hice, I'aul
da La Verne, Leialoha Hart, Miss A Wide
maun, J Slierman, W Illaisdell, Miss Sor
enson, O H Carter, Jas Clark, l)r Lvons, J
lladway, V ltiedell, K Scliiitt, W turner,
Geo Kwnrt. H Walker, Miss A Uoinke,
Misses Kcalohn, Miss 1 Charman, 1 Ka
' lauloa, A Anderson and i sons, Miss Hoke
Anaku and l!7 dock.
Vessels in Port.
U S Cruiser llostoji, Wiltse, from Santa
Am bk Albert, Winding, from Ban Fran
cisco. Gor bk 1 Ibonborg, KnibO, from San Fran
cisco. Br bk Kooringa, Young, from Newcastle.
Am bk Coylon from San Francisco
Am bktno S G Wilder from San Francisco
Foreign Vessels Expected.
3 S Australia, Houdletto, from San Fran
cisco, Sept. 7.
'H IMS Hioi, Mori, from Japan.
Ger lik J C Glado, fiom Liverpool, Ang.
Haw bk Helen llrewer, from Glasgow,
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Microncsin,
Am schr Mary Dodge, from Kureka, Sept. 3.
Am sell Glcndale, from Lureka, Aug. 10.
llr bk II 1' Jtlthut, from Cnrdlll1, Sept. 1.
Ilk Greta, from Newcastle, N fj W.
Per bk 11 Hiiekfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
The U. S. cruiser Boston took in several
bundled tons of coal to-day.
The steamer Hawaii will leave for ports
on. Maul and Hawaii on Thursday,
Tho sloop Kainlani uiailo it quick run
from l'uuloa this afternoon with a cargo of
300 bags of rice.
Wildcr's 8. S. Claudlno arrived Sunday
at 3 a. in. from Maui and Hawaii with pas
sengers, mails, etc. Itoports fresh trade
winds and heavy N. K. swell on windward
coast. On Thursday and Friday about one
inch of rain fell on Hamnkua, Hawaii.
Everybody talks lottery and new Cabinet.
Mombers of tho Housohold G uards
and tho boat bo3s aro having little
periodic sideshows. Sat urdaj" nights
thoj- assomblo on King street near
tho merry-go-round and havo knock
outs. A man named William Young
husband insulted a native woman on
Nuuanu street on Saturd.-y. In tho
Polico Court this morning, Young
husband paid tho penalty of his rash
action in a fine of $15.
Tho Friond for Soptembor' is well
filled with mattor of interest to its
clientele, together with editorial
discussions, marked with the usual
ability, of matters of gonoral interest
from that periodical's standpoint.
Tho Anglican Church Chronicle
seoms brighter than over this mouth,
as if sharing in tho recuperation of
its editor's late visit to tho Coast.
Rev. A. Mackintosh begins an edi
torial account of tlio visit in question.
Nearly a hundred ladies met at
2:45 o'clock this afternoon in tho Y.
M. C. A. hall for tho purpose of still
further airing tho evils of the lottery
bill. Tho mooting was opened by
Mrs. J. M. Whitney, announcing the
hymn, "Onward Christian soldiers."
Thomas Williams sailed the Her
mit, winner of tho third class yacht
race at Pearl Harbor, and not Frank
Johnson as reported. Mr. Williams
claims tho race could only havo been
won by good sailing, as tlio Sinnotto
has bottor sailing qualities than tho
Monday, Sept. 5, 1892.
The Assembly convened for prayer
at 10 o'clock, President Walker in tho
chair. Tho minutes of the previous
meeting woro read and, as usual, ap
proved, Kep. Smith said that tho Assem
bly would havo been waiting a week
to-movrow without a Cabinet, and it
would seem as though it was time
that one appeared. Ho would, how
ever, move that the Assembly ad
journ. Hop. Nawahi favored adjournment
subject to tlio call of tho Chair. It
might bo a hardship on the oilicors
of the House who would not, of
course, obtain any pay for the days
passed over, but ho thought it host
to await definite information.
.Hop. Ashford was opposed to ad
journment. Nothing could lio pro
duced in argument that would prove
that tho business of tlio House could
not bo transacted without tho pres
ence of a Cabinet. Thoy aro asked
to wait, wait! But for how long?
God knows that tho Assembly havo
been waiting for tho last thrco
mouths to transact business with a
Cabinet, but it was a failure. What
guarantee was there that there
would bo a Cabinet presented to
morrow or tho day after or a weok
from now? 11 is reported and ho
did not doubt tho truth of it that
candidates woro falling over one an
othor. The advisers of Her Majesty
hi this delay woro likely to bring
discredit on themselves and ignom
iny on tho House; thoy seemed to
bo disposed to continue this delay
as long as tho House would submit.
He trusted the Houso would vote
down the motion to adjourn.
Tho President at 10:08 put tho
motion and tho IIouso adjourned.
A man living on King street not
far from Alapai street has boon mak
ing Komo howl for some lime past.
His noiso is a nuisanco, his language
disgracoful, and, if ho is not sup
pressed by tho authorities soon, tlio
neighbors threaten to take his case
into thoir own hands.
Tho Australian Star of July 2.1
has a letter from Mr. St. John, a
tourist for Chicago, which describes
in eulogistic language the beauty of
Honolulu. It says nothing heard in
tho Colonies can approach tho Uoyal
Hawaiian Band. The letter is very
enthusiastic ovor tho Nuuanu valley
Tho Band will play to-morrow
evening at Makeo Island, Kapiolani
Park. Thoro havo been complaints
about lack of seating accommoda
tions at tho island. This will be
remedied when the Legislature
grants enough money to enable tlio
Park Commissioners to provide tho
Supremo Court Items.
Judge Bickorton on Saturday con
tinued the land sales of the Court's
commissioner, Henry Smith, by
James F. Morgan, auctioneer, in tho
case of Kukulo and others vs. Alex.
George and others. A. Hosa for
plaintiffs; S. Iv. Kane for defend
ants. Mrs. A. A. llnalelua was appointed
trusteo of tho estate of J. H. Coney
by Judge Bickorton on Saturday. A.
Rosa for petitioner.
Judge Dole on Saturday ordered,
iu tho case of H. F. Poor, that the
question raised in defendant's mo
tion to quash tho indictment bo re
served for the full Court on Monday.
Accordingly the question was argued
and submitted this morning before
tho full bench. Neumann, Creigh
lon and Hatch for tho prosecution;
A. S. Hartwell for defendant.
Chief Justice Judd, after the rising
of tho full bench, opened Court as a
committing magistrate for the hear
ing of a charge of assault with a
deadly weapon preferred against
Win. H. King, the policeman who
shot George Kapoau Kopoikai, a
leper who was resisting arrest. The
Cltief Justice hears the case on ac
count of tho complainant's being
a brother of Circuit Justice Kopoi
kai of Maui. J. L. Kaulukou is con
ducting the prosecution, and A. P.
Peterson defending the accused ofli
cor. Hearing was resumed this
aftornoon and defendant was discharged.
This morning, by appointment
made on Saturday, lion. 13. K. Lili
kalani and Capt. Robert W. Parker
woro received by the Queen at lolani
Palace, to present a petition from
tho entire polico force, nsking Her
Majesty to retain the present Mar
shal in ollice, notwithstanding any
change in the administration. Tho
petitioners gave as their reasons the
etlicient work accomplished by Mar
shal Wilson and tho thorough con
fidence they hud in him as head of
Her Majesty replied in native to
tho following olTeet:
"Gentlemen of the Committee of
tho Police Force of Honolulu:
"I havo carefully read tho petition
of tho entire police force praying
the retention of lion. C. 13. Wilson
as Marshal of the Kingdom, and
have also noted your reasons for
such retention. In looking over his
olllcial conduct as Marshal during
tho few months past I am of opinion
ho has performed his duty well, iu
quelling disturbance:) without tho
spilling of blood, and 1 am also
satisfied of his fidelity to tho Ha
waiian throne and the nation.
Therefore you may report to tho
polico force my intention to retain
Hon. Charles B. Wilson as Marshal
of the Kingdom as prayed for."
Tho petition was got up by tho
regular patrol polico, of their own
volition and without consulting any
of the clerical stair, the dorks being
tho last ones asked to sign. Marshal
Wilson knew nothing of tho move
ment until tho petition was ready
In connection with tho foregoing
tho following from an article in Tho
Friond on the "Romoval oT tho
Cabinet" is in point. After mention
ing the current feeling against tho
Marshal, tho brunt of which tho re
tiring Miuistry bore in tho Legisla
ture, The Friond says:
"it scorns only fair to him the
Marshal to say that much of tho
animosity against him felt by certain
parties is duo to his activity in ar
resting suspects at tho tiino of the
late commitments for treason. Tho
appointment of a now Attorney-General
believed to favor Marshal Wil
son, was tho immediate inciting
causo of tho overthrow of tho Min
istry so suddenly, as it secured tho
support of tho Liberals or Wilcox
faction to that measure."
Is It n KomotlyP
In some persons' views the one
remedy for depression is the expen
diture of public money. Is this a
real remedy? Is it a permanent
remedy? It must be remembered
that many of these works will in
volve additional taxation. Others
will be more or loss unpioductivo
for a time, and will bo a drain upon
tho revenue. Put it how we will,
the distress is only relieved by taxa
tion. In a country like this with its
resources only half developed, the
great source of employment ought
to he in private enterprise. Labor
ought to be employed in creating
wealth, and not iu creating the
necessity for freh taxation. The
true secret for curing the present
depression is to be found in making
industry pay; that is, in making the
investment of capital and labor pro
fitable. Private industry, after all,
furnishes tlio basis on which Govern
ment taxation rests. To go perpetu
ally to Government, and ask for
more and more expenditure to pro
vide employment for labor, and then
provide tho money by taxation, is
rather to diminish than increase the
fund out of which taxation comes.
A prosperous people can yield a
revenue. An impoverished people
cannot. Men who want employment
want it on certain terms acceptable
to themselves, but in times of de
pression it is not possible to give
those terms with a resulting prolil,
and tho want of employment is
aggravated by the fact that the labor
does not like to come down to the
market price. 13veryono can see
that this disinclination increases the
L desire to look to the Government as
an employer; but the use of this
remedy, though it may be a tempor
ary palliation, is no permanent cuie
for the disease. lirehiimje.
U3 If you don't know Hie value of rubber hose get a
IIosk Hhijl and see how much longer it will live.
JJtig55' " Hope deferred nialceth the heart sick," and un
less you have credit it has a bad effect on the stomach.
"We offer a discount for cash.
UtSr When poverty is abolished some one will have to
set up an Asylum for Homeless Oog.s. Our stock of Coi.
i.aus and Chain's for the pets is unlimited.
Us, There's no mending' a broken record.' Jt'slilce
the clothes you've outgrown good only for smaller men.
Our record for good values prompt delivery has not been
Sosr Considering how awfully good the times of our
grandfathers were in Honolulu, it's a pity some of the
growlers were not young enough to enjoy them. Our prices
eon form with the times cheaper than ever.
"True character seldom appears on the surface."
The slatternly hole in the heel of one's stocking is usually
covered by well-polished leather. The character of our 2sri:
Ci.otiiks WitiN't.F.ns, however, slicks out all over.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, " : : : : Oppo. Spreckels' Bank.
Pacific Hardware Co.
A pound notico appears to-day.
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
White Mountain Ice Cream Freez
ers. From one quart to VI quarts.
Tho larger sizes with fly wheel."
All attempts to supersede this
pattern have failed.
Call and get a Whitman I'atont
Hiding Bit, nickel plated.
J'aciiic H.uiuwAm: Co., Ld.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Church Parado Prayor-Books.
A lady of lino artistic taste has
lloval Hawaiian Militan
Band, Prof. 11. Borgor, loader, will
givo a concert this ovoning at
Emma Squaro commencing at 7:!50
o'clock. Following is tho program:
Mutvh Vienna. . . Bchrummcl
Overture Light Cuvnlry Siumo
limit IITrovuturo .verm
Beleiitloii Muritana Wullucu
Tlmt'H what the wild waves are saying,
Olil What a illllurciu'e in the uiorniiiK.
My Mary Oremi (by rc'ijuuHt).
Kantasla Itecolleutloiw of tlio War .lleyur
Mi'illoy fluriiinii MuniIium .Si'ldcnglans!
WnlU On the lti'iiiitiful ltlue Danube.
Onion-Hit and Miss . llerroo
' Hawaii 1'onoi.
THK WKKKLY HUJjLKTIN-28 COL
X minis of Intonating Heading Matter.
Islands, $4; mailed to foreign countries, 5.
Kuknhiko, tho nativo sailor report
ed in Saturday's Bulletin .as having
boon arrested for tho larceny of a
pair of shoos and $10, tho property
of Kaai, was sontonced this morning
by Polico Justico Hopkins to six
months' imprisonment at hard labor.
Kukahiko woro tho shoes in tho
courtroom and claimed thoy were
given him by Ivaai.
A few months ago numerous as
sault and battery cases, supposed to
bo duo to highbinders, woro report
ed iu Chinatown. Pale Cheo and
Chow Yeo woro two of tho notorious
worthies who ligurod iu tho Police
Court at tho time in several cases.
Chow Yeo has had Pak Cheo arrested
for assault and battery, and it looks
as if tho highbinders' era has again
como round. Tho caso will coino up"
on tho 11th inst.
Tho lottery scheme was condemn
ed by resolution at a largo meeting
in tho Y. M. C. A. hall Sunday after
noon, speeches woro matio ny lion,
J. B. Athorton, President JTosmor of
Oaliu College, Uovs. S. 12. Bishop
and W.B. Oleson, lions. W. O. Smith,
II. P. Baldwin and L. A. Thurston,
Prof. A. B. Lyons, ilosrs. F. .1. Low
roy, W. W. Hall and N. F. Burgess.
Mrs. J.M. Whitney stated that 2000
pamphlets iu Hawaiian about tho
lottery would bo ready for distri
bution uoxt morning,
discovered that tit church parado
hor prayor-book, by its incongruous
color, entirely ruined tlio oll'ecl of a
carefully conceived costume. It
struck a discord in an otherwise per
fectly harmonious dress. This has
been remedied by having a cover to
hor prayor-book which shall bo per
fectly in accord with the leading
tone of hor garments. The prayor
book cover will houcefoith receive
as attentive consideration as tho
bonnet, tlio gloves and the sunshade,
and no jarring note of color will bo
introduced by means of a volume
bound in blue velvet or iu scarlet
morocco. If this ruin ho applied to
everyday garments and to any vol
ume that a lady may feel Inclined to
read, the business iu fancy book
covers cannot fail to be extensive.
For it is easy enough to iinagino
that tho most artistic arrangement
of color may be at once ruined by its
wearer happening to take iu hand
homo garishly bedizened novel of today.-
The two .lapauoho named Otsuka
and Masudn, who were sontonced to
bo hung on Monday next for tho
killing of Yninamoto Yozoo at Olo
walu, in tho island of Maui, and who
weio convicted by a jury at tho lnt
iluiio term of tho Circuit Court of
said island, have both boon granted
a respite, and tho execution has been
postponed until tho second Monday
of next month.
An English cook desires situation
on a plantation.
Men's Crepo shirts for SI during
tho clearance salo at Sachs' store.
Tho Pioneer Building it Loan As
sociation will meet this ovoning.
After shaving uso Ciicumbor Skin
Tonic. Ilonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Men's gauze undershirts 5 for ?1
during the clearance salo at Sachs'
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith it Co.,
The Standard white shirts, lauu
dried, for $1 during the clearance
salo at Sachs' store.
Tho quarterly nieiSling of tho
board of trustees of tho Queen's
Hospital will bo held on Wednes
day. J. F. Mo'rgan will auction tlio
household oifouts at the re.iidonce of
Mrs. Pedlar, Fort street, on Friday,
at 10 o'clock.
Saved a Woman's Ijifo.
Mr. J. E. Thoroughgood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says:
"Two teaspoonfuls of Cliambei Iain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrha-a Iiom
cdy saved tho life of Mrs. .lano
Thoma), of this place." He also
states that several other very bad
cases of bowel complaint there havo
been cured by this remedy. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
104 Port Struset, Xoiiolu.lu.
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 f 02? Casli Only
Bona-fide Sale ! -o Positive Bargains !
Old Rags Wanted.
Clean white rags, suit able for baud
ages, aro wanted for use nt the Bishop
Homo and tho Boys' Home, Leper
Settlement, Molokai. Ring up 281
Mutual telephone, and they will be
sent for; or leave the same at the
ollico of tho Board of Health, or at
J. T. Waterhouso's, Queen street.
THE REDUCTION WE GUARANTEE FOR
TWO WEEKS 'ONLY
The Popular Millinery House.
.Mechanics' Home, 5!) and (51 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, weok or
month '25c. and fiOe. a night; $
ami .?l.'25 a weok.
.1. F. Morgan will sell tho houso
hold furniture or ,1. Dyor, on Nuu
anu street to-morrow at 10 o'clock.
An excellent opportunity to secure
Dr. McLennan has removed toAla
kea street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lilt.. Ollico hours,'.) to 12,2 to 1,
and evenings (i to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone lit? ; Mutual 082.
Tho Tramways Company intond
introducing a through service, every
20 minutes, between Nuuanu Valley
and Punnhou, by way of Queen, Fort
and Borotania streets. Tho tiino
table for Borotania street will not bo
changed. The now tiino schedule
for Nuuanu street is advertised in
another column. Tho now arrange
monts aro to take eil'ect on and after
Monday, Sept. 12th.
Mr. Lander's Recommendation.
Mr. J. A. Lander, a prominent
citizen of Clarksburg, Mo., and
widely known in that State, says of
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrluen Remedy: lIJ havo seen its
good results and can recommend
it." For salo by all dealers. Bonson,
Smith k Co., Agents.
.A. POSTA-CEA. FOE,
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs.
A Remedy Endorsed by tue Medical Profession
Mr. J. Ij. OochIiiiuii, "( Adulter, Oil.,
wiys: "1 Imve luul ropc'iilt-il oiinrtituit)
if jilivnrvlnir tl ml tl'MlllL' the rillluvilll! Illld
IwmiIIih' miiiiliv nf Vita Un. when iiiinllcil
to inlnfiil, sure mid iiilhimcil pnrK iiImi In
luiiie Joints, Hiriiiti ami linilc. 1 tun
coiitldi'iit that tu the eMent it Mifo, netlve
luul powerful licsiliiig merlin are tried, It
will be coiifeiilercd the imlisi'iiisablo fiunil
JP For die UfklliH .Mm will reeeivcju
lijU'luBtlmimlul Letter. Head one iiml do
your own tlilnkiiiK.
Hobron, Newman & Co,
I'OltSHIt IMltT AND KINO hTUKKTK.
Beef : Extracts
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
gjT GOOD FOR TUB SICK OR TIMS WELL &9
"We cairy in stock the following Well-known Brands:
Liebig's Extract of Meat,
Armour's Extract of Beef,
Parke Davis & Co.'s Beef Jelly,
Wyeth & Bros' Beef Juice,
Valentine's Meat Juice,
Johnston's Fluid Beef,
Mosquera Beei Meal,
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - KCoxiol-ulxi, EC. I.
Fur Mouldinii, Frames, 1'itxtvlx, A rtu
tyi'tH, l'lto(oyruvurfSi Ftchimjn, and
eirrythiiKj in the line of I'ieturctt, jo to
Kiwj Ham,, llokl trqtx
Por Bo-rlc "Lllaort"
A VnV.HU INVUH'K OK ;
Hay, Grain, Feed
For Salo Cheap In Quantities to Suit.
AT !i 11.11 t'Oltl) m-jljlVIjUKl.
JOHN F, COL.BURN & CO.,
liyj (lueeji tjtrU'sU 1'
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Ul'TKU r'Olt BALK
Best Refined Alcohol!
Tor Mechanical & Medical Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
at Tin: iuti: or
$1.75 Per O-alloia
liiij IMM.riUNlU'ONTAINKK. llm
The bent thiny tu Minf to your friend
abroad i k'iny ltru. "Jtlnltuttd .Voi(-
wniroflhtimiif" whieh imjotttn up for