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. THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1802.
TlWIfliAY, Sept. (i.
Stmr Polo fiom Mitkuwult
TllKSIlAY, Sept. (!.
Stmr W fl Hull for Maul and Hawaii at 10
Btmr Kaaln for Waianue and Waialua at
10 a m
Stmr O Jl IJisliop for l.aliaina and Hama-
kua, at 10 a in
Stmr Mikaliala for Kauai, nl ti t m
Btmr C'liiudino for Jlaui at h p in
For Maui and Hawaii ncr stmr AV Q Hall
Suptd Chief Juitico A I'' .ludd and wife,
lilon. Dr Xiehols, Mrs IJretville
and 2 children, .1 Tavlor, .1 X Kapahu,
Mrs M V Seott, Miss Nyllie 'inner. Miss
1' Harrison, Mrs )ieken-on, Miss I, l'ilipo,
Mrs iiurrlson, fl W (' Jones, S K. Knc;
.1 Kaiihaiu', W (.' Aehi, H S Townsend, K
Okkots, .T Kaeleniakule, T Silver and 60
Vossels in Port.
U S C'mi-er Iloston, Wilte, from Santa
Am lik Albeit, Winding, from San Fran-
(ler bk 1' Ispiiburg, Kru-e, from San Kran-
lir bk Kooringu, Young, from Newcastle.
Am blc Coylon from San Kiniieiseo
Am bktno S (1 Wilder fiom San Francisco
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S Australia, Houdlctto, from San Fran
cisco, Sept. 7.
il 1 M S llici, Mori, from Japan.
Oler bk .1 V (ilaile, from Liverpool, Aug.
Haw bk Helen Urewer, from Glasgow,
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Am schr Mary Dodge, from Kureka, Sept.:!.
Am sell Glendalc, from Kureka, Aug. 10.
lir bk il 1' Hitbot, from Curd ill', Sept. 1.
ilk (ireta, from Newcastle, N S W.
tier bk H Hiiekfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
The steamer Kiiiau will be duo from
Maui ami Hawaii to-moriow morning.
The barkuntinu S. CI. Wilder has been
moved out in the stream to await sugar.
The brig W. (1. Irwin is on the Marine
Railway receiving a general overhauling.
The sailing of the steamer W. G. Hall
for windward ports was delayed until 11
o'clock this morning.
The S. S. l'ele was mistaken for the S. S.
Australia this morning, both telephones
reporting the latter twenty miles oil'.
There must be sonic resemblance some
where, but where except perhaps in the
Niuoke, it can't be said.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mnkeo island to-night.
This- is Firo Dopndmunl mooting
S. S. Australia to-morrow morning
nt .):30 o'clock.
Only livo lottery luttors to-day,
with ii sixth in typo laid over.
Air. Oyslor will urrivu nl tho Uo.'i
vor to-morrow by I ho S. S. Australia.
St. Louis Collogu will ru-open for
its noxt school tonn on Monday next.
No iiassongovs for tho Volcano
wont by tho W. G. Hall this nioin-
Diamond Head, ',) n.in. Woalhor
clear, wind fresh northeast. Steam
er Polo oir port .
Tho Hand will give a moonlight
concert nt Makeo Island, Kapiolani
Park, this evening.
II. S. Townsond returned to Lahn
ina after a short visit by the steamer
W. G. Hall this morning.
lesidents of Kapalama complain
that tho bono mill out there makes
thorn sick with its fearful stench.
Two prisoners, a native and a
Japanese, were returned to Kona,
Hawaii, on tho steamer G. Hall
A party of ladies and gentlemen
wont, out in a wagonette to Waikiki
last night to onjoy tho bright moon
light and otherwise have a good
time. One of tho boys had a buglo
which ho tooled for all ho was worth.
Charles Leonard, who advertises a
carriago stand in this paper, does
not wish to bo confounded with a
person of tho same surname, who
skipped out a while ago after doing
tho town to some extent.
Chief Justico Judd loft on the
stoamor V. G. Hall this morning to
hold Circuit Court nt Waiohinu,
Hawaii. Mr. Chas. Croighton, Dop
uty Attomoy-Gouoral, went along to
prosecute criminal cases. Thero arc
only six of such ensos, f-o that tho
tonn is expected to bo short.
Alfred Ryan was arrested j'esler-daj-
for protracted drunkenness at
tho instigation of his wife, who
stated that ho had taken the chil
dren's clothes time and again to sell
in order to got money to buy drink.
This morning Ryan was given three
months on tho reof ly Polico .rust ice
Capt. E. Hopkins loft for Maui by
tho W. G. Hall, in charge of a Jap
anese prisoner named' Imada who is
solf-accused of the murder of a
fellow-countryman, for which two
other Japanese aro now awaiting ex
ecution in Oahu Jail. The prisoner
is hold for another crime also. Ho
is to bo given every opportunity for
proving on tho ground that he is
tho murderer instead of tho ones
waiting to bo hanged.
Meteorological Summary, Aug. 1892.
wi:A'iiii:itHi:iivi('i: station at i-unajiou.
Average temperature. 77.S !'. Normal, 77.8
Kxtrome range of temperature, (ij to Ml-.
Mean daily range, 11.5.
Average minimum, 711.0, average maxi
Average height of barometer, :!0.05; normal,
Daily avcrago range of barometer, 0.IHI3
Kxtreme range, L1UI7 lowest, to 110.14
highest. Low pressure period, 20th,
High barometer around the 1st and
Low temperature 10th and 2lth, and high
est mean temperature on the 8tb.
Average relative humidity, (17.1, normal,
(i!. Absolute humidity, 7.0 graliu to
the cubic foot,
ltuliifall, 2.22 Inches, normal, 2.10.
('lottdiiicsii, .12 percent, normal Its.
Wind average, iteaufort scale, it. I.
Wind direction, N. lo K. including K, 28
days. I., to S. including H., I! days. S.
to'w. including , 0 days. '. to N.
including N., 0 day. lingular trade
wind days 2,S. Normal number of
trade-wind days for August, 20.
Rain record days, ll.
Periods of weather distuibanco, Utli and
The weather has been tlio usual August
weather, with moderate trades and fre
quent slight showers but no heavy rains.
Meteors, which were so marked a feature
of August, 1M1I, have not been noticed this
The temperature at tho Volcano House
for July was, for ll a.m., .ri!l; noon, 71.5; l!
p. m., 01,7, witli a proluiblu mean of U'l for
the twenty-four hours, the elevation being
CI. J. Lyons,
ii charge of Weather Service.
A HOH.SE THIEF.
Captured at Kakaako After a Pro
As will bo remembered t ho Bulle
tin reported last week that Mr. E. L.
Marshall found a bay lilly which
had been missing for nearly two
mouths and for which ho had adver
tised. Mr. Marshall had a warrant
issued for tho arrest of ono sus
pected of the theft of tho horse, a
man named Thomas Spencer. Tho
polico scoured tho country but Spen
cer could not bo found. Word was
received tho other day, however,
that Spencer was at AVaialua, and
had stolen another horso and disap
peared. It was thought that he had
loft on a steamer for tho other isl
ands. But like a bad penny he again
turned up. Information was re
ceived at tho Polico Station yeatcr-
day that Thomas Spencer was seen
near the seawall in tho vicinity of
tho pumping ground, and Police
Ollicors Louis Touissant and A.
McGurn wore sent after him, and
sure enough there was Spencer. He
was brought to the Station, where
ho was charged with tho larceny of
a horso valued nt .??(), tho properly
of E. L. Marshall. An ollicor is ex
pected from Waialua lo cause the
arre.st of Spencer for the I heft of a
horse at that place.
A Brown Cabinet.
Colonel William 1 Humphreys,
who for Iwonty-iivo yearn was a resi
dent of San Francisco, but who has
lived in Pelaliima for tho past live
years, lately visited San Francisco.
Ho was present at. tho charge of
Balaklava in tho Crimean War, and
is now a staunch American citizen.
Godfrov Brown, Minister of For
Frank Brown, Minister of Finance
Malcolm Brown, Minister of In
Cocil Brown, Attorney-General,
A Smith Cabinot.
D. B. Smith, Foreign.
Parson Smith, Interior.
W. O. Smith, Attorney-General,
McLnin Black-Smith, Finance.
Tho judges have decided "no race"
in tho lirst -class yacht event on the
Old Rags Wantod.
Clean white rags, suitable for band
ages, are wanted for use at the IJisliop
Home and the Hoys' Home, Leper
Setthiinent, Molokai. Ring up 2H1
Mutual telephone, and they will bo
sent for; or leave I ho same at the
olllco of tho Hoard of Health, or at
J. T, Watorhouso's, Queen btreot.
Tuusiiay, Sept. 1, 18!2.
Tho Assembly convened at 10
o'clock for prayer. Minutes of the
previous meeting were read and ap
proved. Noble Thurston asked tho Presi
dent if there was any communica
tion yet received from Her Mnjosly.
President Walker said that none
had boon received.
Noble Thurston said that he con
sidered that ample time had been
given Her Majesty fo formulate a
Cabinet and ho would therefore move
the House proceed to consider tho
business on tho table and such new
business as may come before thorn.
Ho did not consider that thero was
any good reason existing which
would warrant longer waiting.
Noble Mai'Tai'lano was not in favor
of tho suggestion to proceed with
tho business of I ho House. A com
mittee appointed by a caucus of
members had waited upon Her
Majesty only this morning to sug
gest a Cabinot for Her approval.
This was an act in which it was en
deavored to have Her Majesty estab
lish a precedent. It required serious
consideration on tho part of Her
Majesty and ho considered that it
would be disrespectful, to say tho
least, and he was opposed to any
Rop. R. W. Wilcox was in favor of
tho motion made by Noble Thurston
that tho business of the House bo
proceeded with. The House has
given ample timo lo Her Majesty to
appoint a Cabinet. Sho has not
called upon any of tho leaders of
tho House for assistance, on the con
trary, advice has boon sought from
those outside. Tho Queen did not
seem willing to follow the example
sot her by crowned heads abroad in
Europe and therefore ho thought
that il would bo unnecessary to wait
longer for tho appearance of a Cabi
net. Noble Corn well supported tho idea
advanced by Noble Macfarlane. The
committee appointed by tho caucus
of thirty-one (which caucus had been
held last night) had only called on
Her Majesty this morning. A call
was made to make Her Majesty es
tablish a precedent and ho therefore
considered that some time should be
allowed for consideration.
Noble Thurston saiil that some of
the members, from their remarks,
seemed to imply that he had intend
ed to show disrespect to Her Majesty
or assumption of a tone of dis
courtesy in the matter. Ho would
say that there was no law or oven
custom which would prevent tho
House going on with tho business if
so desired, it made no difference
whether there was a Cabinet pre
sent or not. Tho situation had never
before occurred because, previously,
on tho dismissal of one Cabinet, an
other was ready. The four Ministers
were now in ollico just, as much as
before, they wore now in their vari
ous ollices performing the duties
thereof. It would not bo disrespect
ful to Her Majesty if we went on
with tho business of tho House.
Some of I ho member.-, consider that
tho caucus was that of tho Reform
pari j' solely, but ho would say that
such was not tho case it was a cau
cus of those who wished to see a
principle enforced and consisted of
members drawn from all three
parties and who wore now joined in
one party simply to carry out a principle.
Rep. Nnwnhi said that it looked as
if some of the members desired lo
sot sail on tho ship and leave the
ollicern behind. They seemed lo
wish to go along without a captain
or pilot. Tin sending of a com
mittee to ller .Majesty was not the
act of tlio Assembly, but of a caucus.
'Die Queen was entitled to moreiimo
for consideration, and members
should not endeavor to force action
by blull" or bounce. The Sovereign
being a woman was entitled to more
consideration than if of the sterner
Rep. Ashford said that tho argu
ment was not only a petty one but a
potti-coal contention and was a dis
graceful one also. There was no
reason lo wail longer; he, ou behalf
of himself and his constituents and
escent while tho ship drifted further.
Somo sharp remarks wore directed
b' tho speaker against tho action of
Noble Cornwell on account of en
deavor to re-establish Minister Par
ker in ollice.
Rep. Smith suggested that un
necessary and exasperating personal
remarks were not in good taste at
Rop. Ashford said (hat he was only
making a legitimate contention that
tho action was despicable by whom
ever committed, even if committed
by tho Noble from Maui. He con
sidered the House had been monkey
ed with long enough and advised
that they stop acting monkey any
Rep. Smith said that it was the
duly of members to lay aside all per
sonal feelings in the discussion of
the matter and be patient. There
wore limes in men's lives when the
most pushing had to wait patiently;
it was trying, very trying, but ho was
willing to wait a longer time.
Noble Thurston (questioning)
How long do you propo-e lo wait?
Ron. Smith cousideied that il
would bo better to wait longer, they
would gain more by moderation
than by hasty action. It may be
annoying and if it was not for the
peculiar circumstances existing he
would favor going on to-day. As
has boon stated a majority of the
House in caucus have only jusl for
warded a communication to Her
Majesty. Tho condition of public
affairs at present counselled pru
dence, patience and wisdom. He
believed that the strength of the
House would be shown by tho
patience displayed. Ho was willing
jol)le Tluirnlon. llow long, a
Rop. Smith said that ho could not
say how long. It depended upon
tho turn affairs might take. The
interests of tin country were more
important to him than his own per
Rep. Waipuilani mentioned that
it had been said that tho old Min
isters might present themselves that
they were still in ollice but he would
say that those were the Ministers
The Firo Police will mcel
Root Beer on draught at ' Benson,
Smith .t Co.'s.
(3. ,1. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
si reel for sale.
The artesian well at Waikiki will
bo turned on for a few days.
Men's Crepe shirts for SI during
the clearance sale at Sachs' store.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Heuson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Men's gauze undershirts o for SI
during the clearance sale at Sachs'
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith A: Co.,
The Standard white shirts, lauu
dried, for .?1 dining the clearance
sale at Sachs' store.
Mechanics' Home, iV.l and (il Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 2i)o. and Mlc. a night; SI
and SI. 2.") a week.
The stockholdeis of I he Hawaiian
Sugar Co. will meet ou Tuesday
next at the ollice of G. W. Macfar
lane it Co., at !l o'clock.
J. C. White. Superintendent of
Water Works, has a notice to holders
of water privileges to-day with re
gard to the hours of irrigation.
The members of St. Andrew's
Chinch Association will hold a spe
cial meeting on -Monday livening to
consider the condemnation of the
A series of incidents in Hawaiian
history, adapted for tho stage by D.
M. Crowley, will be produced by na
tive llawaiiaus in Fucl'isli at the
Opera House ou Saturday evening,
October IfUh. The program appears
in to-day's issue.
Dr. McLennan has leinoved lo Ala
kca street, opposite the V. M. C. A.
hall, premises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollice hours,'.) to 12,2 to 1,
and evenings (5 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Bell telephone 1.)7 ; Mutual 082.
The Tramways Company intend
in! ruiliii'iii!' :i llimutrli service, everv
....... . 0 -- - 7 -- --,.
S3?2 If you don't know Hit' vahto of rubber hose gtt a
IIosi". Kkki, and sec how much longer it will live.
" Hope deferred makelb the heart sick," and tin
ui ve credit it has a bad of feel on the stomach.
a discount for cah.
less von 1
S3?1 AVI leu poverty is abolished, some one will have to
.set up an Asylum for Homeless Dogs. Our stock of Col
lars and Chain's for Hie pets is unlimited.
S3? " There's no mending' a broken record.'' It's like
the clothes you've outgrown good only for smaller men.
Our record for good values prompt delivery has not been
UnSr Considerintr how awfully yood the times of our
'at hers were in Honolulu, it's a pity some of the
growlers were not young enough to enjoy them. Our price?
conform willrthe times cheaper than ever.
" True character seldom appears on the surface."
Tho slatternly hole in the heel of one's stocking is usually
covered by well-nohshed leather.
Cloth ks Win no Kits, 1
The character of our Xi:w
However, sticks out all over.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Opno. Sprcckels' Bank.
which tho House had said that they i 20 minutes, between Nuuanu Valley
had no confidence in. How could
thoy advise Her Majesty, advise the
House or answer questions? Another
thing, without a Ministry present to
answer questions how could tho
House proceed with its business?
Ho believed in waiting patiently.
Noble Baldwin would vote against
the motion to proceed with tho busi
ness of tho Houso. lie had intend
ed to bring in an amendment but
that was not now necessary. If no
Cabinet was announced in a day or
two ho would favor going on. Ho
considered that somo of tho mem
bers were inconsistent in their re
nin rks with regard to tho delay. He
know thai those very individuals
would have boon very sorry if a
Cabinet had been appointed before
tho caucus resolution had been pre
sented to Her Majesty. It seemed
right and proper thoat Her Majesty
should have time to consider the
nop. isiisii favored a longer wait
especially as the caucus committee
had only waited ou Hor Majesty
Noble Cornwell rose to a question
of privilege and explained his action
in regard to circulating tho pet it ion
for the retention of Minister Parker
in the Cabinet, also that he had the
signatures of 25 members, who had
voluntarily signed to hold Parker
Hop. While said that t he longer t he
controversy was kept up the nearer
they were to gol ting in hot water.
He favored a longer wait. Nearly
all the members had their little
hatchet to sharpen mid each one
wished a Minister in that would a--sisl
in turning tho grind-tone.
(Laughter.) It was well known that
three day.-' grace was generally given
on a payable note but these attor
neys in (ho Houso seemed lo have
forgotten that rule and thoy do not
want to give any grace on this cau
cus note. (Laughter.)
At I0:ij." on motion tho House adjourned.
and Piinahou, by way of Queen, Fori
and Heretania sheets. The time
table for Heretania street will not bo
changed. The new time schedule
for Nuuanu street i- aihertised in
another column. The now arrange
ments are to take oll'cct on and after
Monday, Sept. 121 h.
Paciilc Hm-dwuro Co.
White Mountain Ice Cream Fieoz
ers. From one quart lo 12 quails.
The larger sizes with lly wheel.
All attempts to supersede'
pattern have failed.
Call and get a Whitman Patent
Hiding Hit, nickel plated.
P.u'inc IIaiidwaki: Co., Ld.
104 Fort Street, HCoiiolvilu..
To Commence Monday, August 29, 1892,
Tllli ENTIRE STOCK WILL HF OFFFUFD AT A
:1-:gkeat sacrifice . -
All G-oods will be Marksd in Plain Figures and
Sold ox Ostslx Only
Bonarfide Sale! ''ot Positive Bargains !
THF INDUCTION WF CUAHANTBK FOR
TWO WEEKS ONLY
The Popular Millinery House.
-T:V5-:s: "' .
Voto of Thanks.
ll.M.i, or Pacjh'io ItniiKKAit Lonui: No.
1, 1. O. O. F.,
Honolulu, Aug. 12, 18112.
EniTon Hullwin :
Dear Sir: On behalf of ltohoknh
the constituents of all other mem- Di'tfrco Lodge Mi. l, f. u. u. i-., i
bors, protested agninst tho delay, ho ', have been instructed to conununi-
cousidercil it was an insult to tho
.a. F.A.:isr.A.aE.A. FOR
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs, .
A Remedy Eudorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. .1. I,, (iooiliiiuii, f Ainiitiir, ('ill.,
mivm I nave nail ii-peuwu iiipjioriiiiiii.v
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
g?" t'.OOD FOR T1IF SICK OR THF WFLL j&3
Wi cany in stock the following Well-known Ursinds:
Liebig's Exiract of Meat,
Armour's Extract oi Beef,
Parke Davis & Co.'s Beef Jelly,
Wyeth & Bros' Beef Juice,
Valentine's Meat Juice,
Johnston's Fluid Beef,
Mospera Beef Meal,
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
House. Ho considered thai it was
beneath the dignity of the Assembly
to longer brook delay, and thoy
should stop playing puppets to the
strings pulled in the Palace. ICven
if there was no Constitutional pro
vision lo appoint immediately
there was none lo cause an ad
journment for" ono hour or ono
minute, Tho figure oT a ship at
sea was not a happy one, for suii-
.id. (ii von :i vnle in I liiiiilis. tiro
111 iii 1.1 I ul'uli-tirviliu iiml H-lliiK t lit' iffWuiK ainl
posed, seconded, and duly passed nl .;,,,;,'', mt. (lf vm on. ul.eu lurpik-.l
last regular meeting, under seal of l painful, prt ami Iniliiim-il mriH, nlm In
fl I.. I. .!.. .i.nilnu ttti.l lt,,lli.l I Mill
lllllll' IIPIIII-.. h,,.,i ...... .....
i-inillili'iit that to flic utont its wife, nciiyi
mill iiiiwi'ilul lirulinn morn
uill im i'iitiumi nit' nmiij
For BclvR "Vllaert" .
X I'llKSlI IXVUMT. i)V
H. Hackfeld & Co.
(in'i.ii l-oit k.vi.i:
the Lodge for your kind report and
kind comment on the proceedings of
the evening, which please accept.
Seal of Lodge Fmily Pli:mi:ii,
isf I'm- tin1 "lliii; V'u will I'Oi'fivcJa
UlTcHllmoiiiiil 1.1'ttor. Ili-iul one anil lo
SSIiHay, Grain, Feed : Best Refined Alcohol!
Miur own tliinUiiK-
Mr. Iiandor's Hocommondntion.
Mr. .1. A. Lander, a prominent
Hobron, Newman & Co.
po.-.o the ollicors had deserted the citizen of Clarksburg,, Mo., and cohku l-'oitT ASH KIN'o hTHKIIT.s.
vessel as thee Ministers had, is tho widely known in Hint State, says o ,., j
iv to sit on their haunches and , '"''-; 'm mtft -, hivl ,ee, H.rJIW.. ,. W-..lrlo.
let t he ship drift to sea or t he devil? , ' K ' 1. .." o mn,.l '"' : "
.i i mi I-.. f I R .. ,; ii ii .I....I ii...... t'lwnillinifi tit the lute 0! J'lvturt'A (0 10
,u nn minimi n mil mm m i im kiiid hi it " imr kmiii nv mi uuiiimni iMjimwu . . - . t,.... .. . - . v
state, ho did not propose to sit qui-' Smith ii Co., Agents
Kin j licua,, llokl ntrft.t
For Sale Cheap In Quantities to Suit.
at f run luiin i)i:i.ivi:ui;i,
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.,
. UU. , W&vpk,
-. -j L . . v ' j za. . ... , F 'x .a
For Mochnnlcal & Medical Purposos.
Iu 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
AT tiik kti: or
Sl.T'B Per G-alloia
l!ii INC'l-l'MMl CONTAIN!:!:. (Im
Thr lutl thiny Iu tend tn toiirWeinf
(diroud h h'imj llnut, " llhuttuted Sou
IVHirvflliwuii," whifh hyuilleu up or
L'ifi I'urHogf, imjj j ujit on mitriwiimiil.
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