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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
-WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, 1892.
AViminimiiay, Sept. 11.
Stmr .Tames Mnkec from Kauai
Btmr l'elo from Mnkawuli
Stmr .1 A Cummins from Koolati
Wi:iin'i:siiay, Sept. II.
S Australia, Houdlutto, for San Fran
cisco, at noon
Vessels Loaving To-morrow.
llrit bark Kooriuga, Young, for Port An-
Am nark Coylon, Calhoun, for San Fran-
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr l'ele 170 bags sugar.
For Maui, per stmr Clauiline, Sopt 13
Mrs II D AValbridgo, Major Seward, Jlrs G
Miles, Miss Morris, J Falkncr, J J Hair,
Mr Larnuch, H 8 Craiu, YV II ltiekard,
Miss Parke, O II Eldridge.
For Kimnlppcr stmr Mikahala, Sept 13
Mrs Brash and sister, F P Hastings and
wife, C 11 Oleson and wife, T Naka, Miss
Nickelsen, V 11 Morton, Mrs S IJertcl
niniin, Mrs S W Wfleox.
For San Francisco, per Australia, Sept
14 Mon-.T Desfontaines, Right Kuv Bishop
Gnlstan, Itev Father Yalcntino, Mrs J Mc
Karnes, K D Preston, Mr and Mrs Kenton,
Mrs Pedler and 3 children, Senhor Cana
varro, Harry llaldwin, P S do la Ycrgito,
Mrs E C Wooloy, Atthur Mackintosh, Lee
Tauhman and wife, Masters HandOTauh
man, Miss Pedler, Mrs J Meek, Mrs John
Dyer and child, K M Marshall, P Peck,
Mrs and Miss Martin, Mrs T It Lucas and
child, Mrs Ernst Schwabach, Mrs H E Sil
vester, Mrs C Wurth, Geo Lycurgus, Mrs
Schlessinger, child and maid, Miss 13
Oormcll, Miss K Cornwoll.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S Alameda, Morse, from tho Colonics,
due Sept 22.
S S Monowai, Carey, from San Francisco,
duo Sept 23.
H I M B Hioi, Mori, fium Japan.
Gor bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, Aug.
Haw bk Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Am schr Mary Dodge, from Eureka, Sopt. 3.
Am sch Glenilale, from Eureka, Aug. 10.
Brbk It P llithot, from Cardill-, Sept. 1.
Bk Greta, from Newcastle, N 8 W.
Ger bk II Hackfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
Tho British bark Kooriuga, L. Young
master, cleared to-day at the Custom
Houso for Port Angelos, in ballast.
Tho American bark Coylon, Calhoun
master, will leave to-morrow with a cargo
of sugar and rico valued at $32,533.12; 013
bags sugar shipped by F. A. Schaofer it
Co., 819s do., by C. Brewer A Co., 850 do.,
bv Castle it Cooke; and 500 bags rico, by
The S. S. Australia curried tho following
exports to-day, not including sundry other
articles: 1071 bags sugar, W G Irwin it Co;
132,1 bags rice, Ilynian Bros; 2274 do, Sing
Chong Co; 202 lulls green hides, 5 bdls
goatskins, FF Porter; 14 bxs pineapples,
Cliarles Wilcox; 053 bnchs bananas,
h J Levey; 48 bnchs do. Charles Gowlor;
038 do. Clias T Gulick: 170 do. J Lycurgus;
325 do. JBbaw; 701 do. G Lycurgus; 107
do. Ling Sing; 1300 do. Campbell, Jlursball
it Co. Domestiu value, J I5,'205.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. E. Hutchison is recognized ns
acting Consul-General for Portugal
during tho tompornry absonco of
Senhor A. do Souza Cannvarro,
At an animated discussion at
Queen Emma hall yesterday evening
among native members of tho insti
tution, it was decided that "tho lot
tery would bobonoficial to this coun
try." Tho piece of land, 28-100 aero, on
Nmiunu street, botwoon tho second
bridgo and Judd streot, was sold at
Aliiolnni Halo by auction to-day, tho
successful bidder being Mr, S. O.
Allen for $525, which is $25 above
tho. upset price.
A hnckmnn named Joo Cross, as
roportod a few days ago, was arrested
for assault with a glass on John
IJndin in tho Criterion Saloon, and
his trial postponed until his victim
was able to appear, This morning
ho was nrraignod and pleaded being
under tho iuilueuco of liquor at the
time the assault was made, and that
ho was not responsible for tho deed.
Ho was given thrco months on tho
roof at hard labor. A charge of car
rying n deadly weapon against tho
saino person was nol. pros'd.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
This has boon ono of tho wnrinosl
days tliis Sanson.
Tho shoo storo of P. Gortz on
Fort stroot has boon closotl.
Tho S. S. Australia to-day carried
ono hundred pnssongors for tho
Tho shipinont of bananas by tho
S. S. Australia lo-day consisted of
Editor Huntsman of tho Liberal
took a seat in tho press gallery of
tho Houso this morning.
Master Arthur Mackintosh took
passago by tho S. S. Australia to-day
to rosutno his studios on tho Coast.
Diamond Head, JJ p. m. Weather
clear; wind, light northeast; steam
ers Polo and J. A. Cummins off port.
Tho S. S. Australia took a mail
for San Francisco to-day which con
sisted of 5,119 letters and 2,089
Everybody is saying that this
newspaper talk botwoon tho Iloalaui
and Myrtlo boat clubs is all foolish
ness. Give us a raco.
Tho mombors of tho Oahu Conio
tory Association will moot to-morrow
morning, at 10:30 o'clock, at the
Chambor of Commerce.
Tho debate on want of confidonco
is going on this afternoon. Crowds
of spectators, including a number of
Indies, aro in attendance.
Mechanic Engine Co.'s hoso cart
collided with a hack driven by
Manuol on Borotania streot this
morning. No sorious damage.
Mrs. Unst Schwabach, wife of Mr.
Schwabach, tho tourist, loft on tho
Australia. Mr. Schwabach intends
staying hero to soo tho ond of tho
Jatnos McGuiro trial.
Kiki, a young native, was con
victod of vagrancy in tho Police
Court this morning and sentenced
to six months' imprisonment at hard
Inbor. Kiki noted nu appeal in por
son. Eov. Father Gulstan, Bishop of
Panopolis oloct, and Father Valen
tino wore passongors bj' tho Austra
lia to-day for San Francisco, intend
ing to come back on tho return
About noon yesterday a native
and a Chinese employee of tho billi
ard saloon near Fort and Hotel
streets got into an altercation which
resulted in the Chinaman boinpr
struck over tho head with a c'uo, cut
ting a gash.
Mons. Julos Desfontaines tho ex
plorer returns to San Francisco on
the S. S. Australia to-day. Ho in
formed tho Bulletin before depar
ture that ho had .abandoned his
journey to Japan in favor of a grand
scheme in connection with tho
There aro sovoral chickens at the
Police Station waiting, under police
surveillance, for identification by
some mourning owner. Tho fowls
wore found in tho possession of a
Chinaman, near Smith's bridgo, who
is supposed to have como townwaid
from tho direction of Palamu.
Tho S. S. Australia moved away
from tho wharf short Iv aftor noon
to-day. When clear the tug took
her in tow and slowed her round,
there being a southerly broozo blow
ing. Tho band was in attendance
and plarod tho steamer off. Tho
passenger list was not n largo ono.
Mr. Larry Deo, before tho auction
hour, had bought Mr. L. O. Abies,
his partner's, interest in tho Criterion
Saloon for SG000. Therefore, Mr. F.
Wundonborg, as commissioner of tho
Court, found his function gone. Tho
Court has ordered a distribution bo
twoon tho partners, nftor payment of
oxponsos sin'co September 5, of funds
in hand amounting to $2750.
Complaints have been received
from Jiromon who stato that it is no
easy matter to find water hydrants
on Borotania and King streets, they
being covered with earth. Another
thing they saj', is that there aro no
plugs to indicato a hydrant. Tho
Chiof Engineer of tho department
should attend to this, as it might bo
tho cause of loss to property.
Major J. II. Wodohouso, British
Minister Resident and wife, Mihs
Wodohouso, Hon. J. W. Robertson,
Hon. J, F. Colburn, Mr. H. W. Sever
ance) (U. S. Consul-Goneral), Jlov. S.
E. Bishop, Mrs. Noonan of Ohio,
Liout. Draypor of U.S.S. Boston, Mrs.
It. D. Walbridge, Miss Parke, Miss
Carter, Mrs. J. F, Brown wore inte
rested spectators in tho Legislature
Thoro was a fistic sot-to at Kalia
yostordoy ovoning between 5 and (i
o'clock, botwoon tho champions of
Kalia and Knkaako. Tho fight was
for blood and was witnessed by only
a few friends of tho aspirants to
championship. Tho fight lasted
over half an hour and resulted in n
victory for Hnkumaino, the Kaka
ako bully. Tho Kalia champion, al
though tho stronger of tho two, was
windod and badly punished about
tho faco by tho othor. Tho gauntlet
wus flung by tho defeated man.
WniKJiaiuY, Sept. M, 1892.
Tho Assombly convened at 10
o'clock for prayer by tho Chaplain.
Minutes of the previous meeting
wore road and approved.
Hop. Kapahu desired to prosont a
Itop. Ashford objected, ho staling
that according to tho rules petitions
were not in order.
President Walker desired Itop.
Ashford to read tho rules again.
Itop. Ashford considered that tho
President was treating him with
discourtesy; ho urged that petitions
could only bo considered on tho
first do j' of each week.
Itop. Kapahu moved that tho rules
bo suspended to allow him to pre
sent a petition.
Itop. Ashford amended to permit
only tho introduction of resolutions.
Aftor somo further discussion
Minister Neumann nmouded, that
tho rules bo suspended to allow tho
presentation of petitions bj' Itop.
Kapahu and no ono else. Itop.
Ashford accepted and on motion tho
rules wore suspended.
Itop. Kapahu presonted a petition
from tho district of Kau that tho
Houso reject tho lottery bill. Also
that 5000 bo appropriated, for a
landing at Ilouoipo,. Hawaii. To
Committee on Public Lands.
Itop. Smith rose and aftor somo
fow preliminary remarks, relative to
debate being carried on in a manner
which would bo devoid of personal
feeling, offered tho following resolu
tion: "Whereas, The principle for which
tho majorit3r of tho Legislature is
now contending is tho right of tho
people through tho majorit3of their
elected representatives to control
tho policy of tho Government, and
for that purpose to control tho per
sonnel of tho Cabinet, and obtain a
Cabinet representing and having tho
confidence of tho majority; and
"Whereas, The prosont Cabinet
has been constructed in disregard
of such principle and does not re
present nor possess tho confidence
of the mombors of tho Legislature;
"Now; therefore, bo it resolved,
That tho Legislature hereby express
its want of confidonco in tho present
Eop. Smith in support of tho reso
lution said that tho essential princi
ple of constitutional govornmont
was that tho majority of tho people
should govorn. In this country Hor
Majesty governs, not rules, and he
hoped in tho debate nothing un
kindly would bo said about tho Sov
ereign in connection with tho ap
pointment of tho Cabinet. Sho was
not responsible. Two weeks ago an
overwhelming majority of tho mom
bors had voted out a Cabinot. A
now Cabinot had boon formed and
in being shaped tho wishes of that
great majority had boon entirely
disregarded, this was ono reason why
tho resolution was presented. Tho
wishes of only a small number of
that majority which had voted tho
Cabinot out had been regardod; tho
desire of tho greater number of that
majority had boon disregarded. It
had been said that wo did not know
what wo wanted; ho would sa3', as
tho representative of a party in tho
House, that thoy did know what
thoy wanted and thoy do not want
disorder. A groat deal had been
said about tho conduct of tho Police
Department and tho actions of tho
Marshal, but those questions sink
into utter insignificance in regard to
tho importance of tho question
which is to bo met lo-day. There is
a sonliniont in this community that
thoro is a combination back of tho
Marshal. Gharires have been brought
against the party who oppose the
Ministry that they desire to forward
schoinos of annexation and viows of
a similar nature. Wo have had tho
statements made which show that
thoro are strong combinations to bo
opposed; wo hear of opium rings,
oho fa rings and pakapio rings, and
now wo are presented with a gigan
tic loltory business. Whothor will
ing or unwilling, tho Marshal is
moroly a tool and tho combinations
exist back of him, Ho would not
say that the mombors of tho
present Cabinet aro to bo blam
ed in this connection as yot.
In seeking for an argument that
would best sorvo thoir purpose tho
old bugbear "annexation" is again
brought up. Tho principle for which
wo are now contending, viz., honest
government and proper administra
tion is not now, it is not a creation
of 1887 nor of any Into time. It has
boon the oll'ort always to have an
honest, and representative govorn
mont and wo are booking to mnintaiu
that principle now. Tho troubles
which this country has had with re
gard to its independence have never
boon had with tho United States,
Wo hoar of Spanish, British and
German annexation in tho Pacific,
but thoro has boon no such charge
mado against tho United States.
Ho was surprised that thoro wore so
man- pooplo in tho community that
wore so gulliblo on this nnnoxation
question. It had also boon said that
thoro was a dosiro amongst tho parly
to ongago in a scramble for office,
that thoro was a willingness to ship
wreck anything to got in. Ho would
say that that statement conies from
thoso who enlertnin that sentiment
themselves. Ho hoped I hat discus
sion would bo carried on in a man
ner that would avoid an personal
feeling and that no oxnsporating re
marks would bo mado.
President Walker noticing that no
othor speaker took tho floor asked if
tho Houso was read' for the ques
tion being put.
Itop. Kamnuoha considered that
tho priciplo embodied in tho resolu
tion was a now ono. Tho Houso had
been waiting patiently for tho ap
pointment of a Cabinot and now
whon ono is appointed and business
should bo gone on with this resolu
tion of want of confidonco is intro
duced. This looked as though it
was an attempt to coerco Her Maj
esty. If carried out it would bo
both a bad and dangerous principle.
Formerly tho member from Maui
(Thurston) and the member from
tho Third District (Ashford) had
boon in tho Cabinot together. Thoy
fell out and thoir language and
bearing to ono another was then very
bitter. Now thoy seem at peaco again
because both of them are looking
for Cabinot positions. Ho considered
that tho resolution was premature.
Tho Cabinet hero now havo ns 3'ot
done nothing to bo discharged or
havo a resolution of want of confi
donco brought in. Tho Atlornoj'
Gonoral, tho Minister of Finance,
Minister of Intel ior and Minister of
Foreign Affairs are all well known
gent lemon of ability and capable of
conducting tho affairs of thoir of
fices. Ho considered that tho Queen
had shown excellent judgment in
tho aipointmonls made and oppor
tunity should bo given tho Ministers
to do sutnothing. Tho public inter
ests demand that business of this
House should go on. Agree that
tho Marshal is bad, his administra
tion is rotten. Wo do not havo to
bring that in in this question. Tho
law allows tho Attornoy-Gouoral to
remove tho Marshal. Ho felt con
strained to move that tho resolution
introduced bo indefinitely postponed.
Hop. Kauhi considered that tho
resolution as introduced was intend
ed to trifle with matters. Tho
scramble for Cabinet positions was
much liko a lot of cats lighting over
a dead niotiso. The trouble was
mainly on account of tho Constitu
tion that should bo changed. Thoro
is no misconduct charged against
tho Cabinot. Tho resolution seems
to show only a difforonco of opinion
and so whenever a difference of
opinion existed botwoon any member
of tho Houso and a momber of tho
Cabinot it would bo only necessary
for tho mombor to introduce a reso
lution of this kind and endeavor to
throw tho Cabinot out. This
Cabinot has not 3'ot had oppor
tunity to prosont a polic3. It
looked very much as though tho
resolution was tho result of inalico, as
though pooplo who had hoped to got
into tho Cabinot wore disappointed
on account of being loft out. If this
attempt becamo a fact then a pre
cedent would bo established which
would bo dangerous. The native
mombors themselves could lake a
hand in presenting resolutions of
want of confidonco and tho business
of this country would bo obstructed.
Tho English custom of appointing
Cabinets was in accord with an un
writton law, while horo the manner
of appointment was plainly stated
in the Constitution. As far as ho
could .soo tho present Cabinot were
composed of good men. Ho thought
thnt tho resolution was somewhat
proiriaturo. Tho Cabinet havo not
yot had an opportunity to explain
thoir policy. Ho thoiurht that tho
mombor from Lihuo was vor3' much
liko Judas in that ho was trying to
betray friends who now filled Cabinot
positions. Ho was opposed to tho
Itop. Kaituamano hoped that tho
matter should bo considered care
fully; ho was in favor of giving thoin
an opportunity to declare a polic3'.
At ll:!i2 Itop. Bush moved a recess
until 1:30 p. in. Carried,
Hint tho worlrt-ronowned Jonnio Loo
will nrrivu by tho Alainoda with hor
eoinploto coinimny on or about tho
21nt iiibt., and will fjivo ono ropro
bontatioa at tho Opora Hotibo in hor
irront charactor ".loo" in tho piny
"Hlonk Houso" on tho ovoning of hor
arrival. Tho box plan for nworvod
scats only will opon at Mr. Lovoy's
ollieo on Saturday, 17th, at '.) o'clock
a. ill. TickotH will bo fanned, if sulli
ciont Boats aro rcsorvod, iininodiatoly
on arrival of S, S. Alainoda.
Mr, Lander's Kocomraondation.
Mr. J. A, Landor, a proininont
oitizon of ClarkHburfj, Mo., and
widoly known in that Stato, says of
Chaniborlain's Colic, Cholora and
Diarrhea Honiodv; "I havo soon its
good results and cau rucoininoud
it." For salo by all doalora. Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agonta.
.a. :p.A.:NA.a:E.A. for
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs.
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. J. L. Goodman, of Amalor, Cab,
says: "I have bad repeated opportunity
of observing and testing the relieving anil
healing quality of Vit Oh, when applied
to painful, sore and inlliimod patts, alo in
lame joints, sprains and bruise. I am
confident that to tb!Hetent its safe, aetive
and powerful healing merits arc tried, it
will be considered the indispensable family
W For tin asking tm will receive!:!
150 Testimonial Letter. 1'ead on" and do
your own thinking.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COUNT.lt FOUT AN'l) KING ST KIWI'S.
Armory Building, - BerctanlaSt.
IDsiy & Evening.
Ladies' & Gents' Bicycles For Hire
ItY Till: DAY OK IIOUK.
Public Skating: Monday mill ,S.itunl.iy
evenings, fiom 7:.'i0 to 10. Friday evening
for Ladies and thoir K-cuits only." Ilicjcle
Ix-ssons: Tue-dav, Weducdavand Thurs
day. Bicycle Repairing Solicited.
rpili: ANNUAL MLKTIXG OF THK
X Stockholders of the .Mutual Telephone
Co. will be held on 'L'I)Nr.SI)AY, .Sept.
JStll, at 1UO CIOCK A
m., tit tno Company's
o. o. itr.itnnit,
A MINTING OF Till'. MKMllKKh OF
tho Oahu I'umutciv Association is
called forTilUKSDAY NT.XT, Sept. Iflth,
at llt:.'!0 o'clock a. m., at the Chamber of
Commerce, for the election of olllears and
KUeh other husincx.s n may be called foith
by the proposed reorganisation of the cor
poration. All owners of lots in the (Vme
terv of an area of 100 simiu feel are en
litfed by the terms of the charter to a vote
at all meetings of the Association. A full
attendance is desired.
Per order. JOHN II. l'ATY,
To Lot or Loiibo.
ACOTTAG K CONT A I N
ing I Parlor, II ll.-il-ruoniH,
and Itathroom. corner Vlne-
varu nml Miiianu ntreets, Applv to
6A-lw J. II. llKUNS.
rpWO NICKLY FUK
JL nlslied Koomih, cen
DUVAL I'HHMIBIW, ;ti
llerctanla htrcet, op
posite Fort Htrcet church.
Atn.lv to It. 1. LILLIK.
iis'-'-t f A t Then. 1 1 . Davies A. Co
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpWO COTTAUKH TO
X I.ut ono on Murulnuit
ptici't (mil ono on Tort
htriift noxt tu school lioiipu.
Aiiiily to W. ML-OANDI.Kbb.
. HOUSE TO LET.
ANKW AND VKUV
to let on Ktnnii Htioet, nil
Iniiirovonu'ittrt. Tor nartl-
fiilarii iiimly to N. K. HACiitj.
nllt-lw 101 Fort etiect,
-VJ i:VJIOUBK OK kivi:
X rouniH, on .Miigiuliin
Htruet. with Itiithroom, i:it-i-nt
. 0.. L'tr. Ooininuiiils
ono of tho Uncut view sin Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M, VIVAS.
riMili IIOUHU I.ATIII.V
X uccniiluil liy 11. K.
Uolibiiril on I'niirlibuul
xtrciit. with l.uruo Yuril.
(looil Ktuhles, utc. I'nr fuithur pnriii'iiliirH
imply to Dll.JNO. H. MillltnW,
filtMw Hotel Htrcet.
NICK COri'AdK ON
llurutiliiin Htrcut. nrur
l'likol utrout, uiiitiilnlliK
l'arlor, i Ili'ilrooms, llatli-
room, UUiliiKrooni, lantry
Hvrvuiit'n room, Carriage 1 Ioiimj, Htalile. uto,
Truiin-arn imm ovyry aj miuutus. Apply tit
olllcu of this paper. IW-tt
Bicycle Rid hi Sclioo
days are past
obtaining water avo suggest a
IIosk mounted on
a Keel as a
Scar5 Depression in mercantile circles has prompted
seller to come in closer touch with buyer by reducing prices.
IT a reduction is an inducement we're ready to be touched.
Sk3?' AVe offer you by way of relief from the annoy
ance of '"short water" tho everlasting Sti:ui. A krmotou.
For your Kanehe, Plantation or Private Residence it has no
equal ; being noiseless it will in
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Fort Stroot, Honolulu,
Beef : Extracts
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
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We carry 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 Beef Meal,
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, -
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening
New Goods !
fffiT Just Received per
l'ai'tliM leaving tho UIiiihIh ami wishing
to ilinposo ol tluilr
Can havo thoir value iiiiiiicdiatnly without
trouhlo tinil o.poiiM) of roinovnl liv upplv
Lewis J. Levey,
I 'hi tire Frame nuuh Io order from
Uitert Style of Mouhlhujn, Re nova
linn of Old Picture tjwoiuUy ut Kimj
11(03,, Hotel afreet,
but tho Legislature is still
yourself with the means for
length or two of Gold Skal
medium for distributing it.
interfere with your
Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
- - Honolialia, EC. I.
a Large Stock of
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New Goods !
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
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In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
AT THK IUTE or
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