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Mondat, Soyt. 19, 1892.
Tho Assembly ro-convouotl at 1:15
mid consideration of Section 81 ot
tho bill to ro-organizo tho Judiciary
Dopartmout was continued. Tho
A now section numbored 82 rela
tive to the drawing of jurors in Cir
cuit Courts was prosonted by Minis
ter Noumauu and passed.
The bill was passed in its entirety
to engrossment and for third reading
Bill 1(59, rolating to Foreign Fiio
Insurance Companies, was read a
second time, section by section, and
passed to engrossment. Ordered
to third reading on Tuesday week.
Kop. Smith under suspension of
tho rules presented in printed form
a bill tho production of tho Labor
and Judiciary Committees numbered
1B7a, and rolating to Chinese Immi
gration. Bill 151a, to dotormine tho status
of tho landings of tho Kingdom and
tho rights of tho public therein, was
road a second time, passed to en
grossment and ordered for third
reading on Tuesday week.
Bill 167 rolating to pilots and
pilotage at tho port of Honolulu was
read a second tiino and, after a
change in tho votbiago of one of
the sections, was passed to engross
ment and to third reading on Tues
Bop. Kamauoha moved that tho
House adjourn, for two weeks.
Noble Thurston desired to know
if tho request emanated from the
Minister Neumann said that as far
as he knew tho Cabinet had no hand
in tho request. Ho did not wish for
any such lengthy adjournment.
Noble Baldwin considered that a
motion of tho kind should have
come from tho Ministry but thoy say
that they havo nothing to do with
it. He considered that it would bo
better to settle down to business
now than waste further time. Ho
considered it funny that a member
should bring in a motion of tho kind
especially when tho Ministers say
they don't want it.
Noble J. M. Horner considered
that if any adjournment was had
then two weeks would bo tho proper
. length. As tho Cabinet did not
seem inclined to favor tho measure
it might be bettor to go right along
with the work. Tho "Waj-s and
Means Committee of which ho was a
member had been working right
along, nono of them had absented
themselves from committee meet
ings or tho work of tho House, so if
an adjournment was had ho would
like it long enough to allow him to
Rep. Kamauoha said that the mo
tion was made by him on his own
account and without consultation
with any of the Ministry.
Noble Thurston amended tho mo
tion by one simply to adjourn.
The amendment was put and car
ried and at 11:29 tho Assembly ad
journed. Rep. Smith gave notice of Rico
Reply to " J. B.
" J. B.," who seems to bo tho clown
of tho anti-lottery correspondents,
says ho declines to look on tho lot
tery Bchomo as "high tragedy." This
is rather soveio on his literary
frionds who, judging from thoir let
ters, view tho proposal from a very
tragic standpoint indeed. Ho also
insists that tho lottery people aro
just a little poorer than the provor
bial church mice. This statement is
peculiarly felicitous when it is re
membered that his coadjutors have
presented such a poworful array of
figures to prove tho enormous
wealth of tho corporation and thoir
consequent fears of bribory, otc.
And now "J. B.," with a fovv strokes
of his mighty pen, demolishes the
entiro mathematical structural It
is really too bad I
"J. B.," who shows an astonishing
acquaintance with tho colloquialisms
of gambling hells, speaks disparag
ingly of "washerwoman's financier
ing." If ho is tho "J. B.," author of
tho pretty little versos paraphrasod
from "Mother Goose Melodies" that
havo appeared so often in tho local
press lately, the contomptuious allu
sion will bo understood when it is
known that tho young man owns
considerable sugar stock and need
not therefore descend to tho vulgar,
though necessary, economies of tho
If ho is tho "J. B." who is tho sus
pected writer, ho is a j-oung man
whom I onco advised to employ a
Portuguese woman as laundress in
stead of a Chinaman, stating at the
timo that I found tho aggregate cost
of my family washing to bo loss
owing to tho care tho woman took
of tho clothes, no speaks of my
"breathless anxiety to bo noticed."
As he modest young gentleman
published three art iclos on tho day
ho mado tho statement, one in tho
Advortisor and two in tho Bulletin,
the attempted sarcasm loses some
thing of force. I called on ono
"J. B." yesterday and asked if ho
was tho author of cortain letters
over that signatuio, but he refused
to eithor aflirm or deny his responsi
bility for any statement bearing
those initials. Thero aro sovoral
residents of Honolulu whoso initials
aro "J. B." and if tho writing indivi
dual is too eowaidly to make known
his identity ho is beneath tho con
tempt oven of Ralph Twinkii.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1892.
From Hon. A. Hornor.
In an editorial in last evening's
Bulletin commenting upon tho ac
tions of various members of tho
House and particularly myself, your
comments seem discreditable to
both you and mysolf. 1 must admit
I was annoyed by what I considered
a partisan action in tho President,
by declaring tho House adjourned
without calling for tho negative
vote, leaving his seat and coining
down among tho members. I hardly
know what I did say, thero being so
much noise, confusion, and oxcito
niont. Sullico it to say, tho Presi
dent was convinced ho had not pro
poily adjourned, returned to his
seat, rapped tho House to order and,
after a littlo discussion, adjourned
it. After doing so ho came to mo
and said: "Young man, you said I
was no gentleman. I want 3011 to
take it back." I immediately made
the necessary retraction and apology.
Now I made no throats, used no cuss
words, and as tho Presidont 011I3' de
manded a retraction of tho words
above quoted, I boliovo thoy woro
tho most disgraceful spoken by mo,
and immediately apologized for.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1992.
New Naval Orders.
Tho following naval orders woro
issued at Washington on Sept. 1st:
Lieutenant J. P. Mosor has been
detached from tho San Francisco
and ordered to ordnanco duty at tho
navy-j'ard at Washington, D. C.
Lieutenant George M. Stonoy has
been detached from the Charleston
and ordered to duty at tho navy
yard at Maro Island. Lieutenant V.
S. Nelson has been detached from
the Thetis and ordered to tho
Charleston. Ensign G. H. Burrago
has been detached from tho San
Francisco and granted a three
months' leave. Ensign A. H. Scales
has been detached from tho York
town and granted a three months'
leave. Ensign II. K. Beuham has
been detached from tho San Fran
cisco and ordered to tho Baltimore.
Chaplain A. L. Eoyco has boon de
tached from tho Charleston and
granted a two months' leave.
Something New in Ranges.
Tho Pacu-io Hardware Co., (L'd.),
ha o just rocoived an invoice of tho
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges
which aro superior to anything of
tho kind yet invonted. Thoy havo
been adopted by tho United Statos
Na'3r and aro in use on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
other now vessels. Also on several
of tho now vossols lately built for
tho trado botwoon San Francibco
and this port.
An examination of those Ranges
will at onco show thoir many advan
tages over all competitors.
following plan found in an
oxchango for making money is an
improvement on Hornor's bill and
tho lottery both:
I'll toll you a plun for gaining wealth,
Hotter than banking, trudo, or leases;
Tako a bank-note, and fold it up,
And then you'll Ami your money In
creases. This wonderful plan withoutdangeror loss,
Keeps tho eash in hand, wliero nothing
can trouble it;
And every tinio you fold it across,
It'H plain, as tho light of day, that you
Take Good Care of the Children.
If you havo ehildrou you will bo
interested in tho oxporionco of Mr.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vormillion Co.,
111. Ho says; "Two yoars ago two
of my family, a young man and a
girl, liad vory severe and dangorous
attacks of bloody ilux. Tho doctor
horo was unable, aftor a week's timo,
to chock or relievo oithor oaso. I
throw tho doctor overboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Im
provement was soon vory soon and
my childron aroso in a fow days
from what I foarod would bo thoir
deathbed. It is a grand, good medi
cine" For sale by all dealers. Bon
son, Smith & Co., Agents,
Old Rags Wantod.
Clean white rags, suitable for band
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Homo and tho Boys' Homo, Lopor
Settlement, Molokai. Ring up 281
Mutual tolephono, and thoy will bo
sent for; or leave the samo at tho
ollico of tho Board of Health, or at
J. T. Watorhouso's, Queen stroot.
Messrs, King Bros, are showing a fine
line of Bamboo and other style Parlor
Easels, Wall 'Brackets, and Window
Cornices, at Prices to meet the times,
Itoynl Hawaiian Opera Hoiisb
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY I
Sorios of Interesting Incidents in
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Drnmnthcd mid ndnptod for tlio stngo bv
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On SATURDAY EVENING, October 16th,
Will bo produced a Melo-drntmi lii
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Opunul . .
Chief of Kobnln
A Chief of Luiml
. . Fntbor ofKnidu
. A Foreigner
A Chief ofOiilut
Tho Flower of Liinui
Friend of Knaln
.Daughter of Knluiim
Queen of Kiuiicbnmelm
Soldiers, Kahllt Boarors, Attendants, Etc.
Sceno: Lanal and Oaliu; Poriod 1795.
A Musical Interlude by tho Company.
"A Night at tho Great Volcano of Kilancal"
Show lug 15 Views ot Ksirth's Inferno.
Toeoueludo with ii Dinumtie Oratoiio in
One Att, entitled:
" Kaplolani Defying the Goddess Pelo I "
Characters by tho Oompanj.
CSF- A sot of Uoalistlo Seencrv has been
siwially (lusi(iicil and painted by 1'hok.
llurriibciiT for tbeso representations.
Usual Prices of Admission.
BXF Box l'lan ill bo open at Levey's
on Mondnv, Oct, 10th, at !) o'clock a. m.
The undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
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ARE NOW MANUFACTURING A
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and managers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of tho.so Locomotives
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Cigarette Co., Honolulu.
No, ISO Port st., : : opp. Club Stables.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
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Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Farina Bouquet, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
' Oatmeal Soap, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
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VIEW, LANDSCAPE & PORTRAIT VIEWS
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Hawaiian Stylo Hiding Hulaliula
Dancers Coeqanut Grovoh Palm
and Date Groves Street Views
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