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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
tfllOM AND AVTKU FEllltUAUY 1.1802.
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An. HoKotiMUMi T'.'ZO !)sfi7 2:57
Lv. Honoumum, 7:30 10:13 3:1.1
Ait.lluNoMn.ti, 8::i5 V.m 4:55
1'kaiii. City Local.
All. l'KUll. Otxv . .'.
IiV. l'i:iiii City
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
S Saturdays excepted.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
iiy c. J. LYONS.
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DAY. iBflf.PI S
n.m.,p.m. ,11.111. 11.111.
Moil. . 12 1 20 8 fill 1 in, 3 M B -10 0 0 10 fil
Tucs. Ill 10 Xi 10 :i0 2 0 (I 0 5'4(l' (1 (i 11 57
Weil. 11 11 U 11 20. 3 0 0 30 B -17i 0 4. ....
Tlmrs. IS 0 IB ....1 I BO 7 SO B 47 0 3 0 SI
Fll. 16 1 30, 1 0 5 3.1 8 30 fi 47 II 2, 1 SI
Hit. 17 2 S 2 0)7 It B U S 48,(1 1 2 B3
Sun. 18 2 30 2 2J, 8 10. 8 50 5 48 0 0 3 45
Ijist Quarter of the -Moon on tho l.1Ui t 2li.
THE DAILY BDLLBTlf.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 1G, 1892.
Friday, Sept. 1(1.
Am'bktiio Discovery, McNeill, 14 days
from San Francisco
Btmr J A Cummins from Koolnu
Schr Millo Morris from Koolnu
Fieiiuy, Sopt. 1(1.
Stmr "W G Hnll for Maui anil Hnwnii nt 10
Vessels Leaving: To-morrow.
Stinr l'olo for Wnimcn anil Mnknweli nt
For Man! anil Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, Sept 10 For the Volcano: .1 S Low
roy, Mrs and Miss Center. Wny ports:
Miss Alieona, Miss l'naknuln, AF'.fucld, ir,
15 D Baldwin, M F.eknrdt, J Clark, K B
Friel, 11 Uallontino, C F Peterson, It
Stoockle, Miss l'ettie, Miss A "Willis, Miss
II Willis, Miss Elena, the Misses Testa,
Miss M -Holster, J O Carter, jr, 2 Chinese
and (X) deck.
Vessels in Port.
U S Cruiser Boston, Wiltse, from Santa
Am bk Albert, Winding, from Sun Fran
cisco. Gor bk V Isenberg, Kruso, from San Fran
cisco. Am bktno S G Wilder from Snn Francisco
Kktne Tropic Bird fiom Tahiti
Brig W U Irwin, Mct'iilloch, from San
Foreign Vessels Expected.
SS Alameda, Morse, from tho Colonies,
duo Sopt 22.
S S Monowai, Carey, from San Francico,
duo Sept 23.
H I M S Hiei, Mori, from Japan.
Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, Aug.
Haw bk Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Am schr Mary Dodge, from Kureka, Sopt. 3.
Am hch Glcndale, from Kureka, Aug. 10.
Br bk It 1 Itithot, from Cardill', Sept. 1.
Bk Greta, from lewcnstlc, X S W.
Ger bk H Hackfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
Tho steamer Kinau will bo due to-mor-row
Tho foremast of tho barkentine Tropic
Bird has been taken out altogether.
There is only 0110 vessel on tho Wnikiki
sido of tho Fort street wharf, and that the
steamer ICilauea Hon, laid up.
Tho steamer Pelo will leave to-morrow at
noon for Walnien and Mukaweli with n
largo cargo of coal, bricks and lumber.
Tlio barkentines Discovery, Planter and
S. N. Castle wero expected to leave San
Francisco on September 2nd, for this port,
and aro consequently 14 days out to-day.
Tho drum corps of tho U. S. cruiser Bos
ton had practice on the Quarantine Station
landing this forenoon. The ollicers of tho
warship must havo had good reasons for
sending the poor drummers over on the
A Paralyzed Portuguese Nearly
Browned in a Swamp.
A middle-aged Portuguese man
almost mot his fate, whether suicidal
or othorwiso, yostorday morning in
a swamp in tho rear of Hustaco &
Co.'s stables, South street. Tho man
who was somewhat paralyzed had
boon in tho habit of absenting him
solf for hours at a timo from homo.
Sovoral days ago aftor a prolonged
search ho was found by his young
son on tho slopes of Punchbowl, in
tho act of taking out a knife with
which to slit his throat. On seeing
his son ho was taken aback and gave
up .tho knife to tho boy, who ran
homo with it.
Yostorday morning ho was missed
from homo for a eonsidorablo while
and a search was instituted without
iinding tho missing man. About
11:30 o'clock a nntivo hackman liv
ing in tho roar of Captain S. Now
loiu's rosidonco saw a man strug
gling in the swamp in Mr, Lishman's
paddock and ran down to investi
gate. "When ho wont noar ho found
it was a Portuguoso man in danger
of drowning. Ho had sunk down
and tho wator was up to his nock.
Tho'hackman with tho nssistanco of
others succeeded in pulling tho man
out. His friends soon hoard of his
discovery and had him carried to his
homo, junction of Alapai and King
streets. Domestic infelicity is said
to bo tho matter with this Portuguoso,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Jnnios "W. McGuiro hns ngaln boon
romnmlod by consent until to-morrow.
A party of young musicians sere
naded members of the Cabinet last
Tho Sons of St. George- intend
giving another picnic at I'oinoiid
Grovo in tho near future
J. F. Morgan will hold n mortga
gee's salo of real estato at his sales
room nt noon to-morrow.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. "Weather
hazy, wind light west; steamer J. A.
Cummins oil" Diamond Head.
J. S. Lowroy, Mrs. and Miss Cen
ter were passengers by tho AV. G.
Hall this morning for tho Volcano.
Mr. Stoecklo and his phonograph
loft on tho steamer W. G. Hall this
morning to make a tour of Kona
and Kau, Hawaii.
It is rumored on tho st roots that
Mr. T. M. Starkoy will bo a candi
date for Noble at tho coming elec
tion to bo hold on tho 1th of Octo
ber. Tho milkmen must have been out
with tho boys last night, as somo of
them did not appear with tho soul
rofroshiug liquid until a late hour
A Chinaman named Ku Ping
pleaded guilty to having opium un
lawfully in possession in tho Police
Court this morning and was sen
tenced to pay a fino of SG0.
Work on tho chimney of tho Maka
woli plantation, Kauai, is progress
ing favorably. About forty foot in
height has boon attained. Mr. T. B.
Walker is superintending tho mason
Tho gavel made of twenty-four
different Mexican woods, lately pre
sented to Geo. W. DoLong Post of
this city, has been placed on exhibi
tion in tho Pacific Hardware Co.'s
Missos Adeline and Beatrico
nieces of tho Eov. Bishop
left on tho steamer W. G.
Hall this morning to
as teachers in tho South Kona Semi
It will bo ladies and escorts' night
for skating at tho cycling school,
Berotania streot Armory, this even
ing. Music will bo in attendance.
Don't fail to go and enjoy a spin
around tho hall.
This is Hon. W. White's composi
tion: Sam. Parker, parks in tho near
future; Cha?. Gulick, unanimous
(native translation Kuliko); E. Mac
farlane, far land (heaven); P. Neu
mann, a now start.
Judge Bickorton is resting at Dr.
McWayno's retreat at Waikane, on
tho othor sido of tho island, for re
cuporation from sovoro indisposition.
A message this morning has tho
good news that ho is improving.
Tho baseball game which was to
havo been played to-morrow after
noon between tho How Do You Like
It nine and tho Volunteer No. 1 team
has been postxoncd, until October
1st, on account of tho illnoss of T.
Pryee, catcher of tho former team.
Tho Aloha bath-house, below tho
Marino Railway, has added several
improvements for bathing facilities.
A platform with spring hoard, tra
peze and rings has boon erected,
and everything tending to an enjoy
able dip in tho brine has .been dono.
Nothing liko it those warm days.
Tho S. F. Chroniclo of August 2.)
contains tho following: Tho barken
tine Plantor, Captain Dow, arrived
yostorday from Honolulu aftor a
passago of 25 days with five cabin
and sixteen Japanese passengers.
Tho Planter brought up from tho
islands eight cases of lava specimons,
which will bo .forwarded to tho
A torchlight procession in honor
of tho retention of tho Cabinet took
place yesterday evening, headed by
tho Royal Hawaiian band. Tho pro
cession, which numbered five hun
dred portions, followed by tho in
evitable urchins, inarched to tho
Hawaiian Hotel, whoro speeches
woro made by lions. A. P. Peterson,
Paul Neumann, G. P. Kamauoha
and Win. "White, and Thos. R, Lucas,
Hon. A. Rosa interpreting their re
marks. Aftor tho speech-making
tho processionists returned to tho
Bell Tower, where refreshments
Saved a Woman's Lite.
Mr. J. E. Thoroughgood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says:
"Two (oaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrho-a Rem
edy saved the life of Mrs. Juno
Thomas, of this place." He also
states that sovoral othor very bad
cases of bowol complaint there havo
been cured by this romedy. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
7V! bent thing to send to your friends
abroad in Kimj tiros. "Illustrated How
venir of Hawaii," which h gotten up for
thepurjiosc, and is not an advertisement,
riMlH Vl-3KKI.YJl7in.l,i:TlN-:a COL.
-L tiuius of Interesting Beading Matter.
Islands, $1; mailed to foreign countries,.
Friday, Sept. 10, 1802.
Assembly convened at 10 for pray
er. Tho minutes of previous meet
ing woro read and approved.
President Walker rose to a ques
tion of privilege and said that his
ruling had been commented on by a
paper as a weak one. Granted; but
it tho othor way, would it have boon
a strong one? Ho had had the mat
ter under consideration for some
time, and had legal advice that 25
was tho necessary numbor. Noblo
Thurston had also referred to that
number once or twice in his remarks
on tho question. Ho had since look
ed up authorities and could not
reach a decision therein. Ho did
not wish any office and had no inter
est in tho vote. Ho had ruled im
partially and had given tho defen
dants tho benefit of tho dqubt.
Noblo Baldwin, under susponsion
of the rules, presented tho following
Whereas, there was introduced
into tho Hawaiian Legislature on tho
lltn nay ot boptombor instant, a
resolution expressing a want of con
fidence in tho Cabinet, and
Whereas, A vote was taken upon
said resolution on tho lBth day of
said month, when, upon a call of the
aj-es and noes of the elective mem
bers of said Legislature, there voted
for said resolution 2-1 of said mem
bers, and thoro voted against it 21
of said members, and
Whereas, At tho timo of tho voting
upon said resolution, there woro in
esse but -115 members of said Legis
lature who had boon elected by tho
people, and othor than said mombers
of tho Cabinet, and
Whoreas, Tho President of tho
Legislature, upon said vote, declared
and ruled that said resolution had
failed to pass, for tho reason that tho
same had not received tho votes of a
majority of all tho elective members
of said Legislature, as provided by
Articlo -11 of tho Constitution, and
Whereas, Said ruling has been
protested and appealed against, and
tho interests of the count rj- demand
an authoritative decision as to its
correctness, or incorrectness, now,
therefore, be it
Resolved, That this Legislature
does hereby respectfully request their
Honors, tho Justices of tho Supremo
Court, to givo their opinions upon
tho following questions:
"Tho Hawaiian Legislature, being
composed of J8 elected members
and four membors of the Cabi
net, and two of tho 48 elective
membors provided for by tho
Constitution having resigned thoir
seals being now vacant, no per
sons having been elected to fill such
vacancies, or either of them how
many of tho JG elective membors of
tho Legislature aro required to vote
for a resolution of want of confidence
in. tho Cabinet, before tho same can
lio legally declared carried, or pass
ed, in accordance with tho terms of
Articlo 11 of tho Constitution?"
"A resolution expressing a want of
conlidenco in tho Cabinet lnTving re
ceived 21 votes for its passage, out of
a. total of (! elective members in
esse of said Legislature, did said
resolution fail of passage, or was it
carried, within tho tonus of Article
11 or tho Constitution?"
Resolved, That a copy of this
resolution, attested by tho President
and Clerk of this House, bo at once
forwarded to their Honors, tho said
Noblo Baldwin in support of tho
measure said that ho brought tho re
solution in without any biasor feeling
against tho Cabinet. Thoro are
thoso amongst tho opposition who
favor appeal to tho House.
Noblo Williams favored tho reso
lution in tho interests of pence and
harmony. If debate continued,
wrangling would bo again indulged
in which would bring up bad feeling
and occasion the recurrence of tho
disgraceful scene witnessed in tho
Noblo Neumann said that it was
very desirable that tho matter should
bo brought to the Supremo Court;
ho approved of that but not in tho
manner submitted. Tho House
should first act on tho appeal from
the ruling of the President, and
then tho matter might bo very pro
perly referred to the Supreme Court,
but not boforo. Ho did not pur
poso, nor was it right, to support a
resolution that purports to present
that an appeal is taken when none
has boon. Why this dodging? Thoro
is dishonesty in tho measure, not in
tended for peace or harmony.
Noblo Thurston favored the reso
lution as did also Rops. Smith and
Ashford. Rops. Nawahi and Bipi
.Minister Macfarlauo quoted as
follows from tho BuLumx, "Wo
havo advanced so far that now in
stead of a Cabinet trembling boforo
tho king, wo havo ono which is over
his head, whoso advice ho is bound
to lake, and which can bo only put
out of office by volo of 25 of tho
elected membors of tho House."
This being an extract from Noblo
Thurston's speech of a previous day
ho asked how could that member
now consistently 8.13' that 21 were
enough to carry that vote?
Noblo Thurston explained thai he
had not looked into tho nintter then
but had since studied it.
Noblo Baldwin was also of opinion
previously thnt 25 was tho number
required but had since thought different.
Minister Parker agreed with
resolution and moved the
question but withdrew it.
Noblo Thurston desired to reach
a vole on tho matter.
Rep. White asked in tho interests
of fair play that an adjournment bo
had. Thoro woro four members of tho
party absent somo through illness.
After Rop. While had held tho lloor
for somo timo and threatened to
hold it longer the Opposition gavo
way and allowed tho recess to bo
taken, tho Assembly rising at 12:55
to ro-convono at 2 p. 111.
The Assembly convened again at
2 o'clock and argument was had on
tho passago of tho resolution. Tho
previous question was moved and
carried, but Rep. Nawahi got the
iloor and notwithstanding tho of
foits of the President to bring him
to order ho persisted in speaking.
Tho President lindly quoted tho
rules to tho member and slated that
if ho continued unruly ho would
order tho Sorgeant-at-Arms to re
Rop. Nawahi became somewhat
excited and considered that ho "and
Hilo of which ho was a representa
tive was being insulted," ho hoped
for assistance to repel any assault of
tho Sergoant-at-Aiins. (Sensation
Tho member was quieted, how
over, and vote was had on tho reso
lution, which was passed, and tho
House adjourned at 2:10 o'clock
until Monday morning.
Something Now in Ranges.
Tho PAOinu Hardware Co., (L'd.),
havo just received an invoice of tho
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges
which aro superior to anything of
(ho kind yet invented. They havo
lioeii adopted by tho United States
Navy and aro in uso on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
other new vessels. Also on several
of tho new vessels lately built for
tho hade between San Francisco
and this port.
An examination o Mioiso Ranges
will at onco show their ninny advan
tages over all competitors.
Take Good Cave of tho Childron.
If you havo childron you will be
interested in tho oxporionco of Mr.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vermillion Co.,
111. Ho savs: "Two vears niro two
of my family, a young man and a
girl, had very, sovoro and dangerous
attacks of bloody Mux. Tho doctor
hero was unable, aftor a week's time,
to check or relieve either case. 1
throw tho doctor overboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhrea Romedy. Im
provement was seen very soon and
1113 childron arose in a fow Hays
from what I feared would bo their
deathbed. It is a grand, good medi
cine." For salo 1)3' all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., Agents.
POKTUOUKSK COOK. MIDDLM
Aged Mini, wishes a nitiiation as
(joimI refuronces elvon. Apply nt
9 IIOHSn I'OWKU Ul'ltldHT HAXTKIl
ii Kngino and Holler, In good working
ordor. lor particulars or terms applv to the
To Lot or Lonso.
"pVO NIUKLY I-HIIt-.L
nished Itooms, cen
trally located. Inquire nt
l!ui.i,KTiN Olllee. UVi-tf
DUVAL I'KKMIBIJS, 31
Itcrctnnla street, op
l'lCKMIttHH. 31 (ah
tnnia Htreet, op- (fS-ftjC
t street ehiirclt. Ji-iKtf
it. i. lillik. aBMs&
AtTheo. II. Davics .t Co.
NKW liOUSi: OK KIVK
rooms, on Magazine
.street, with llnthroom, pat
ent v. 0,, etc. CoiuiiiaudH
one of the llnest vIowh In Honolulu. Apply
M77f I l VIVlV
... i"i-"i " - i i 'i
lug 1 1'arlor, 3 lied-
rooms, Kitchen, rantry
mid ltathrooiu. corner Vine
yard nnd Nuuniiu ticets. A
riMIK IIOUSK LATKLY i wv, -J.
occupied by 11. V. grkl
ilebliard on I'ouchhoul gHiilTPi
htreet. with Luruo Yard. lidJlJjk
(looil Stables, etc. For further parliculaix
upply to DH. J NO. 8. MiOIlKW,
filtUlw Hotel street.
" TO LET,"
NICK COTTAOi: ON
Ilerctaula street, near
l'iikoi street, containing
1'arior. i iictiroouiH. iiaiu-
room, Dliilugiooiu, l'uutry and Kilelien,
Survuut'H room, Carriage llouso, Stable, etc.
Tramcura pass overy 1.1) minute. Apply ut
olllee of this paper.
us paper. too-ii
.A. FOST-A-OEA. FOR
Lame Joints and
Gold on tlie Lungs.
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. J. L. Goodman, nf Amator, Cal.,
snys: "I have had repented opportunity
nf observing and testing the relieving and
licnllng quality oT Vit On. when applied
to painful, 'ore and intlnnicd parts, 11K0 in
lnmc joints, sprains mid bruNes. I am
fonlldcnt that to the extent its -nfe, active
nnd powerful healing merits are tricd.it
will be considered tho indispensable family
0" Fur the nking
j oil will receiveja
Head uii-i and do
your own thinking.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COUN'1-Ul KOIIT AND KINO STI'.HKTS.
Royal llawiiiiaii Opera House
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Series of Interesting Incidents in
Dramatized and adapted for the stage by
1). M. I'iioui.cv, to be presented in Kngiili
by a company of Native Hawniians
On SATURDAY EVENING, October 15th,
Will be produced a Mclo-draina in
Two Acts, entitled:
"The "Wooing of Kaala!"
lveeauninku . .
Million.. . .
Chief of Kohnln
.A Chief of Lanai
.. . A Triest
Kather of Kuala
A Chief of Oahu
The l'luwci-of rarrlol.
. . Iter Motlioi
. . . . A Child
Friend of Kaala
.Daughter of Kahuna
Queen of Knmehamebn
Soldiers, Kahili Bearers, Attendants, Etc.
Scono: Lanai and Oahu; Period 1795.
A Musical Interlude by the Company.
' ' A Night at the Great Volcauo oi Kilauea 1 "
Showing Ifi ViowHof U-irth's Inferno.
To conclude with n Dramatic Oratorio in
One Art, entitled:
"Kaplolanl Defying the Goddess Pole ! "
Characters by the Company.
19 A M-t of Itcnlistie Scenery has been
specially designed and painted by 1'itoi'.
ICi'iTin:i'ii r for these lepiesontntions.
Usual Prices of Admission.
0 l!o I'lmi will be open at Lovoy'n
on Monday, Oct. 10th, nt II o'clock a. m.
Tho undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
run Tin: ci:i.i:iikti:ii
l'KOM Till' WOIIICS OF
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Aru now prepared to glvo Kstlinates and
receive Orders for these l'ngines,
of any hIo ami style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AKi: NOW M'ANIH-'AOTUUINU A
STYLK OF LOCOMUTIVK
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recuntlv been
received nt then) Islands, nnd w will have
plcnsiiiti In furnishing plaututloii agents
and inunagers with particulars of sniue,
The Superiority of tliebo Locomotives
over all other makes is known not only
hero but U acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
Dog days nvc past
obtaining water we. suggest a
Host: mounted on a "Reel as a
SZS58 Depression in mercantile circles has prompted
seller (o come in closer touch with buyer by reducing prices.
If a reduction is an inducement we're ready to be touched.
fJog "We offer you by way of relief from the annoy
ance of "short water" the everlasting Stkkl A kiimotok.
For your Eanehe, Plantation or Private Residence it has no
equal; being noiseless it will in no way interfere with your
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu,
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
SJB- GOOD FOB THE SICK OR THE WELL gCS
We carry in stock the following Well-known tfrands :
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, - - - Hr.on.oru.lvi, HC.
JSL S. SACH
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening
Mew Goods !
LATEST NOVELTIES !
J!"- Just Received per
l'aities leaving tho Islands nnd
to dispose of their
Can have their value iuuuetllately without
tumble nud expense of removal lv apply
Lewis J". Levey,
Picture Frames made to order from
Latest Styles of Mouldings, llenara
lion of Old Pictures a speciajty at King
liros, Hotel street,
but tlio Legislature is still
yourself with the means for
gth or two of Gold Skal,
medium for distributing it.
Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
a Large Stock of
S. S. " Australia." W&
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
Election of Otlicors.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
tint: of tho Stockholders of the
Wnlohlnii Agriciiltual A: (irazingCo. held
this day, the following Ollicers were elected
for tho ensuing ycur;
l'rotidoiit .. Hon. W. (i, Irwin,
Vice-l'reslilcnt. ..Mr. J. M, .Monsarrtit,
.t V. ..lion. 0. 1'. Iaukea,
Auditor Hon. W. M. Cliilard.
W. (1. Irwin. J. M. Monsarrat, 0. 1.
luiikea, J. Knuhiiiie, J. 1). 1 aris.
C. 1. 1AUKKA,
Secretary W. A. ,V. 0. Co.
Honolulu, Aug, 'Jt, mu. poo-im
llVi'iM you want a Portrait Enlarged
call on King Urns,, get their Price IJst,
and sed Samples. Thay ijj' bo beat
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