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OAliU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FUOM AND AKTKn KEllKUAllY 1.1802.
I'caki. City Local.
liV. Honolulu 5:20
An. l'KAitt. City 5:588
I.v. I'kaklOity (1:00
An. Honolulu 0:10
Sundays oxcoplcd. t Saturdays only.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
11Y c. J. LYONS.
Last Quarter of tliu Moon on tho 13tli nt2li.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1892.
Thursday, Sept. 15.
Brit, bark Kooringn, Young, for I'ort An-
Am oarlc' Ceylon, Calhoun, for San Fran
Stiur James' Makee for Kauai
VossoIb Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr W G Hall for Maul and Hawaii at 10
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Per James Makco 1145 bags sugar.
From Kapaa, per stmr James Makco,
Sept 110 II Makeo, J Lucas, and 11 on
Vessels in Port.
U S Cruiser Boston, Wiltse, from Santa
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cisco. Ger bk P Isenberg, Krusc, from San Fran
cisco. Br bk Kooringa, Young, from Newcastle.
Am bk Ceylon from San Francisco
Am bktne S G Wilder from San Francisco
Bktne Tropic Bird from Tahiti
BrigAV G Irwin, MeOulloeh, from San
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Alameda. Morse, from the Colonies,
duo Sept 22.
S B Monowai, Carey, from San Francisco,
due Sept 23.
H 1 M S Hiei, Mori, from Japan.
Ger bk J C Glado, from Liverpool, Aug.
Haw bk Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Am solir Mary Dodge, from Eureka, Sept. 3.
Am sch Qlcndalc, from Eureka, Aug. 10.
Br bk U P Itithot, from Carditr, Sept. 1.
Bk Greta, from Newcastle, N S W.
Ger bk H Hackfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
Tho Britisli bark Kooringa sailed
afternoon for Port Angelos in ballast.
Tho steamer W. G. Hall will leave to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock for windward
The steamer James Makco left again this
afternoon for Kapaa and adjoining ports on
The bark Ceylon loft Brewer's wharf at
11:25 o'clock this morning for the Golden
Gato with a cargo of sugar and rice.
Armory Building, - Beretanla St.
Bicycle Riding School.
Day cSc Evening.
Ladies' & Gents' Bicycles For Hire
BY THE DAY Oil HOUlt.
Public Skating: Monday and Saturday
ovonings, from 7:150 to 10. Friday evening
for Ladies and their Escorts only, Bioyulu
Lessons: Tuesday, Wednesday uud Thurs
day. Bioyole Repairing Solicited.
Election of Officers.
ELECTION OF OFFIOEBS.
AT THE ADJOUUNKD ANNUAL
Meeting of the Stockholders of the
AVaiohinu Agricultual fc Gracing Co. held
tills day, the following Oil leers wero elected
for the ensuing year:
Prosidont Hon. W. G. Irwin,
Vice-President, .Mr. J. M. Mousarrat,
& V.. . .Hon. 0. P. Iaukea,
Auditor Hon. V. M. GlH'ard.
W. G. Irwin, J, M. Mousarrat, 0. P.
Iaukea, J. Kauhane, J. 1). Paris.
0. P. IAUKEA,
, , Sooretary W. A. & G. Co,
Honolulu, Aug. 21, lb'Ji. oOO-lni
rpiIE CITY SHOKINO SHOP HAS HE
X opened and is prepared to do llrst
rlass work as formerly.
A. It. BOWAT,
j, v. aiuiJONAi.il, .ii imager.
Honolulu, Sept. 7, 1H02.
& tg! S p C b " S
lew w rli
s E?ib i r,B 1 w ?.
, a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m.
Moil. 12 9 20 8 60 1 10, 8 35 S 40 0 (1 10 nil
Tups. 13 10 35 10 HO 2 0 0 0 5 40 0 5 1187
Woil. 14 11 Ojll 20 3 0 0 30 5 47 0 4
Thurs. 15 0 15 .... 4 50 7 50 5 47 0 3' 0 SI
Kll. 10 1 30 10 5 35 8 30 5 47 0 2, 1 64
Hat. 17 2 6 2 0 7 5 8 45 6 48 0 12 63
Sun. 18 2 30 2 25 8 10 8 50 6 48 0 0 3 45
LOOAli AND GENEBAL NEWS.
Tho droclgo will conclutlo work on
tho bar this wook.
Diamond Head, 3 p.m.
cloar, wind northeast.
Tho woman's gallery in tho Legis
lative Hall this morning was crowded.
Tho Scottish Thistlo Club will
have a dancing social this evening.
James W. McGuiro for larceny has
bcon again remanded until to-morrow.
A Japanoso was arrested this
morning for running a storo without
A now shoo found on King street
last night can bo had bj' tho loser at
Captain Willso, of tho U. S. cruiser
Boston, visited the Legislature this
Tho scenery to bo used in D. M.
Crowloy's opora will bo removed to
tho Opora House on Saturday.
Tho back chain of tho marino rail
way gave way yostordaj, causing a
day's delay in launching a vossel.
Tho electric search light of tho U.
S. S. Boston scared "ton years'
growth" out of a gontloman tho
It was an off-day with G ovarii
niont officials to-day. Nearly all
had businoss in tho vicinity of tho
To-morrow, Septombor lGth, ac
cording to tho Advertiser's calendar,
is a holiday. A numbor of people
would like to know what holiday it is.
In an item yesterday it was stated
that a nativo struck a Chinaman ovor
tho head with a cue. It was a whito
kanaka, and not a native who did
Oscar Schussler was sontonced to
pay a fine of $15 in tho Polico Court
this morning for assault and battery
on Henry Ludloff on Saturday night
in Kawaiahao lane.
Tho fish pond at Liliha and King
streets is being pumped dry by
Chinese. They have been engaged
throe days at tho job, and tho pond
doesn't seem any lower.
A battalion of bluojackots and
marines wore landed from tho U. S.
cruiser Boston this morning for drill
on tho plains Fair grounds, as ono
of the officors calls it.
A Chinaman named Ah IIo has
been arrested for tho theft of tho
chickens reported yesterdaj- as in
the Police Station jrard. His trial
will take place when tho birds havo
It seemed that there wero a hired
fow back of tho members' seats and
in tho lobby yesterday craning to
cheer Messrs. Wilcox, Thurston,
Ashford & Co. erery time they stood
up to speak. It was a dismal get-up,
however, as some of tho insiders re
tired to the hall, whore they stamp
ed and choered at nothing liko a lot
of overgrown gawks.
J. H. Bruns has a cottage to lot.
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith .& Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco !) Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
An Inspectors of Election notice
for tho Fourth District appears else
where Tho mortgagee's sale of tho Ka
makaia property is postponed until
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, wook or
month 25e. and 50o. a night; $1
and $1.25 a wook.
Dr. McLennan has romoved to Ala
koa street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises latoly occupied by Dr.
Lutz. OJlico hours, 9 to 12, 2 to -1,
and ovonings 6 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll tolophono 197 ; Mutual 082,
OAHTJ CEMETERY ASSOCIATION.
Election of Trustees A Goodly Cash
Tho Oahu Comotory Association
hold a meotiug at 10 o'clock this
morning in tho Chambor of Com
merce, at which thirteen membors
woro present and seventeen repre
sented by proxy.
Tho oloetion of trustees resulted
in tho choice of Jas, I. Dowsott and
A. S. Clughorii. first class term. 1
John II. Paty and J. T, Wator
houso, second class torm, 2 years;
M. P. Robinson, Bruco Cartwright
and Chas. L. Carter, third class, 8
A committee comprising the
Board of Trustees with David Day
ton was empowered to prepare a hot
of by laws to be submitted to a
called meotiug of tho monibors of
tho association for approval.
Tho roport of tho Secretary taken
from tho treasurer's accounts, show
ing a cash balanco of $1910.89, was
adopted. Mooting adjourned.
J. II. Paty, Secretary.
(Continued from 2d Page.)
ledge of it. Ho bulioved that it was a
ruse of tho opposition to inlluonco
votes mjninst the Cabinet, by obtain
ing nn adjournment.
Further arguments wero indulged
in, tho opposition roproson ed by
Heps. Wilcox, Bush, dmilh and
others insinuating that the Cabinet
wcro responsible for tho absence of
Minister Neumann said that it was
damnable in its nature and manner of
conduct to have Ibis unjust aspersion
cast upon tho Cabinet. It was u low,
contemptible trick, beneath the digni
ty of gentlemen, but in lino with tho
work of political tricksters. Ho
would suy that any statement made
bunging the Cabinet in connecting
knowledge with Noble Kiuioti'e, nb
ueuce was nn infamous Ho. Nothing
but lies ami Blunders emanates now
from tho opposition.
Noble Baldwin accepted tho state
ment of the Cabinet that they know
nothing of tho matter.
Minister Parker also miiil that the
Cabinet bad no knowledge of Mr.
Kanoa's whereabouts; ho did not
euro if tboy did adjourn; the Minis
ters did not wMi to bold their seats
by any trickery.
Hop. Whito was in favor of adjourn
ment until the vacant seats were
At 10:55 tho motion to ndjeurn to
KhliO was changed to 10 a. in. on tho
morrow and earned.
Thursday, Sopt. 15, 1892.
Assembly convonod at 10 o'clock
and prayer was delivered by tho
Chaplain. Minutes of tho preceding
day wero road and approved.
Rop. Ashford rose to a question of
privilege and stated in substanco
that ho had beon approached by tho
Marshal while standing at tho Ha
waiian News Co.'s window and
throats wero made of person violence
to him by tho Marshal. Ho detailed
a conversation said to havo taken
place and suggested that tho House
tako cognizance of tho matter.
Rop. Waipuilani favored an in
vestigation of tho matter. Suggest
ed that Rop. Ashford bring in a
Rop. Ashford said that ho had
brought tho matter to tho notice of
tho House. Ho did not consider it
incumbent on him to bring in a reso
lution. If tho House did not want
to tako action thoy could lot it go
lot it go.
Rop. Thurston considered that tho
statement made affected tho dignity
of tho whole House. Hoped that
all would voto for tho resolution
which ho would now present and
Whereas, Charges havo beon mado
that tho Marshal of tho Kingdom
has made an attempt to assault and
intimidato a member of this Houso
contrary to tho provisions of tho
Resolved, That tho Judiciary Com
mitteo are hereby instructed to in
vestigate such chargo and roport to
this Houso what tho facts aro and
what action if any is proper to bo
taken concerning such matter.
Rep. Robert W. Wilcox moved tho
resolution bo adopted.
Rop. Bush also favored tho pas
sago of tho resolution. This was
only a sequel to what was dono last
night in tho attempt to smuggle
away a member. This morning this
is a throat to thrash another because
too bold in speech. There wero
members in tho House who wero
crawlers and creopors, ho favored
fair piny and freo speech.
Rep. Kaunaniano thought thoy
woro drifting to sea. Thought it
would bo bettor to lot tho Marshal
and Rop. Ashford sottlo thoir own
difficulties; thoy had happened out
side of the House; if Rop. Ashford
thrashed tho Marshal ho would re
joice; if tho Marshal got tho best of
him ho would bo glad, (Laughter.)
Rep. Nawahi supported the reso
lution; tho matter should bo investi
gated; he doubted tho availability
of tho Judiciary Committeo as a
tribunal; it might bo biased.
Noblo Thurston considered that
tho charges should bo investigated.
Ho did not beliovo that all that was
charged against tho Marshal could
After further argument the reso
lution was referred to boloct com
mittee by a voto of 28 to 22.
Noblo Thurston then presented
tho following resolution:
Whereas, Charges havo been made
that ono of tho membors of this
House was on tho night of tho 11th
iiist. called out of tho House, taken
to and letaiued at the Palace during
tlio pondonoy of a voto of want of
confidoneo in tho Ministry in order
to prevent such meiuborfioni voting
upon such resolution,
Resolved, That tho Judiciary Com
mittee aro lioroby directed to investi
gate such charge and roport to tho
lloufeo what action, if any, is appro
priate in tho promises in dofoiiBO of
the rights of tho Houso.
Noblo Baldwin moved that Rop.
Nawahi bo made tho fifth mombor
of tho Judiciary Committeo in plnco
of Rop. Ashford. That would then
give four monibors of tho committeo
who might bo supposed to bo in
clined towards tho Marshal. Rela
tivo to tho resolution ho considered
that no fair-minded man could avoid
voting in favor. Tho resolution
shows that tho rights of tho mem
bers of tho Legislature have bcon in
fringed upon. It is hocossarj' to
havo an investigation. Monibors of
tho House will stultify themselves
Considerable dobato ensued and
finally an ayo and nay voto was
taken resulting in tho resolution bo
ing adopted by a voto of 21 to 22.
At 11:55 a motion to adjourn was
mado, but an attempt to put it asido
and forco tho voto on tho resolution
of want of confidence was under
taken. Tho motion finally prevailed and
at 12:02 tho Assombiy took recess
until 1:30 p. m.
A writer in tho London Spectator
draws attention to what ho considers
to bo ono of tho most striking fea
tures in tho litoraturo and oratory
of the day, namely, the decline and
decay of rhetoric, or to speak moro
accurately, of what usually passes
for rhotoric. IIo happened to tako
up Dr. Croly's Salathiol, a novel
published half a century ago, which
attained a considerable reputation,
and to his surpriso found that in
stead of tho delight with which ho
had read it in his young days, ho
found it absolutely unreadable by
reason of tho florid rhetorical tone,
or, as wo should now call it, tho
"fine" writing that pervades tho
whole story. Tho author is always
on stilts, and never condosconds to
plain, unadorned narrative. His
high-flown language, not for an in
stant rolioved bj' tho homely or the
colloquial, becomes terribly weari
some, and at length quite intolera
ble, to tho modern reader. There is
no doubt that a great change has
como over tho public taste since tho
days when books liko Salathiol woro
thought very fine, and tho chaugo
has, to a certain extent, oven affected
unfavorably tho reputation of such
writers as Gibbon and Maeaulaj-,
whoso good tasto in great measure
kept in chock thoir tendency to
florid rhetoric. It must not, how-
over, bo supposed that tho chaugo
moans a dislike to well-written proso,
to tho proper selection of words and
tho artful construction of sentences.
It is simply a part of tho general
objection to what is insincere and
untruthful, which is one of tho best
characteristics of our time, and is
shown equally in tho dislike to
"rant" on the si ago and to "tall
talk" in a public speaker. Fifty
or sixty years ago it was tho
fashion to publish what woro called
"elegant extracts," being specimens
of fine writing from well-known
authors, and of pulpit, political, and
judicial "oloquonce." Burko was in
groat demand with tho compilers of
these books; and a favorite extract
was the famous passago relating to
Mario Antoinotto, which was con
sidered tho ideal of fine proso. A
similar collection published in theso
days would present an instructive
contrast to tho old ones. Tho host
writers now aim at placing thoir
facts and arguments in the clearest
possible light, so that they may
speak for themselves, all redundant
words being carefully eschewed. It
is not strictly correct to say that this
shows a decay of rhotoric. Rhetoric,
or tho artof convincing tho reader
or hearer, is as much cultivated as
ovor. What has decayed is a parti
cular st3'lo that formerly usurped to
itself tho title of rhetoric or elo
quonco, and that consisted chiefly in
tho uso of swelling words and
phrases and tho piling on of opithots.
This is ;iov almost abandoned to
Irish orators and those wonderful
people in America who can lash
themselves and apparently their
audionces into a whito heat of en
thusiasm on tho -1th of July. Mel
rplIK HUI.IiUTIN 18 TIIK I, HADING
X Dally I'upor of the Kingdom. Kifty
centH per month.
4th District of Honolulu, 1st and 2d
7OU TIIK IHIM'OBB OK COKltlltT
1 ing tho Klecloral Holls or Voting
l.itrttt of said District by ndding new mime:
thereto or striking oil the imiiieH of mieh
voters ns luivo died, removed or otherwise
become disqualified, the luspcctorri of tmid
I'rcclncts Khali hold ineetingH from 7:80
r. m, on the following duyn;
TUKHDAY, Kept. SO, IN).', at tho Hell
Tower, Union street;
THUltSUAV, Kept. L"-, 18UJ, at Ihigiuu
House China Co. No. fi;
MONDAY, Bopt. '.1!, lbirJ, at the Hell
Tower, Union street:
WKDNKSDAY, Bept. 'At, lb!., at Ihigine
House China Co. No. 5.
Adjourned meetings may lie held if
deemed necessary by the Inspectors.
1'cr order of the Inspectors.
TM1U ANNUAL MEKTIXO OP THK
X. Stockholders of the Mutual Telephone
Co. will be held on WKDNKSDAY, Hept.
asth.at 10 o'clock a.m., lit the Comptuiy'H
Huiluing. 0. 0. 1IUKQKH,
A. FA.3STA.CEA. FOR.
Lanie Joints and
Cold on the Lungs,
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
1,. Goodman, of Amutor, C:i1.,
lave mm repealed opportunity
i! anil tiwtini! the relievimranil
healing quality of Vit On, when applied
to painful, sore and iullamed part, also in
lame joint", ipmini and bruNc. I am
confident that to the extent IN safe, active
and powerful healing merit are tried, it
will be considered tho indispensable family
5- Kor tho nskldg
150 Testimonial Letter,
your own thinking.
will receive! i
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COltN'EIt KOltT AND KING STKEKTS.
Royal Hawaiian Opera Hoose
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Series of Interesting Incidents in
Hawaiian History I
DiunmtWcrt anil adapted for the stage !v
I). M. fuimi.rr, to be presented in Knglish
by a company of Native llawaiiaii-s
On SATURDAY EVENING, October 16th,
Will be nioduced a Melo-rtrama in
Two Acts, entitled:
"The Wooing of Kaala!"
. . . The Compieior
. t .'. Tho Seer
. Chief uf Koluila
Kr .A Chiei of l.anni
.. . A Priest
jv. . . Father of Kaala
.... A Chief of Oahu
The 1'Iowor oT hanai
Friend of Kaala
.Daughter of Kalama
...Queen of Kamehameha
Soldiers, Kahili Boarers, Attendants, Etc.
Scone: Lanal and Oahu; Period 179S.
A Musical Interlude by the Company.
"A Nhjht at the Great Volcano of Kilauea ! "
Showing 15 Views of Kaith's lufeino.
To conclude with a Di.imatic Oratorio in
One Act, entitled:
"Kapiolani Defying tlio Goddess Pele ! "
Characters by the Company.
A set of Realistic Scenery hat been
specially designed and painted by 1'ieor.
lturriiKi'iiT for these repiesentations.
Usual Prices oi Admission.
gtf Ilox Plan will lie open at I.uvey'N
on Monday, Oct. luth, at ! o'clock . t.
Tho undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands
ton tiii: ckm'.iiiivtkii
i'uom Tin: woincs ok
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Aie now prepared to give estimates and
receive Urders for these Kngliies,
of any sie and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AUK NOW MANUKAOTUKINfl A
HTYI-K OK J.OCIOMOTJVi:
Adapted -for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been
received at theso Islands, and wo will have
pleasure in furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
Tin- Superiority of theso Locomotives
over all other makes Is known not only
hero hut is acknowledged throughout tho
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
days are past
obtaining water wo suggest a
Ilosu mounted on a Keel as a
Depression in nioivuntilo 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 touchetl.
SkS? Wo offer you by way of relief from the annoy
ance of "short, water" the everlasting Sticks Aku.motok.
For your llanehe, Plantation or Private Pesidence il has no
equal ; being noiseless it will in no way interfere with your
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. Liebig's Extract of Meat,
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Parke Davis & Co.'s Beef Jelly,
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Mosquera Beef Meal,
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New Goods !
LATEST NOVELTIES !
ItST" Just Received per
l'nrties leaving the Islands and wishing
to tusposu oi ineir
Can have their valuo immediately without
trouble and ejfpenso of removal by apply
Lewis J. Levey,
Picture Frames vuufo to order from
atet Htytes of Mouldings, llenovn
lion of Old Pictures a upeeuilty ut King
Bros.. Hotel street.
but tho Legislature is still
yourself with the means for
length or two of Gou) Skal
medium for distributing it.
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a Large Stock of
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abroad is King Bros, "Illustrated Sou- $,
venir of Hawaii," which is gotten Up for
the purpose, and it not an aj&vertitertent,