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KltOM 'AND AFTER FEHRUARY 1, 1802.
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!HE M1LY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1892.
Wkmseshay, Sept. 21.
Stmr O It Bishop for Lahaina atul Hainn
kua, at 10 a m
Vessels Loavinu To-morrow.
Cler bk 1 Iietiberg, Knibo,
for Ban Frnn-
For Maui, per,stmr Cliunllnc, Sept 20
jvMra.Sylva.Jilra'Kaai, O AV Gray, Titos
"Murray, JittlRO JiH B Kaleo and wife, Jlrs
I HKolomoku ana.others.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala. Sept 20
Mrs V W Meier, S W Wileox, A M Sproull,
A Mahrt, Mr Ktd.l, D MuMiilan, ilrs E I)
Tetinoy,- Mm D Noonan, Mrs I.auinan,
Miss Bartells,-Mibbes Puiki (2), Mrs Me
Lain, MiHS'Pnseilla, M Cliariiianand about
The steamer V. Q. Hall will be due from
windward ports on Friday afternoon.
Tho operation of puttiiiK in a now fore
mast in the barkentine Tropioltiid was
concluded to-day. The work has only oc
cupied a few days. With the oxeoptiott of
tho foretopgallant tho mast is entirely
l'ODKYN. In Honolulu, September 20,
1892, Mrs. 1'odeyn, wife of K. l'odeyn,
a native of Germany.
t& Funeral tlds (Wednesday) after
noon, at 4 o'clock, fiom tho family resi
dence. STEWARD In this citv, on September
21st, at 12:15 a. m., Jfary, daughter of
'James and Mary Steward, of Kahiilun,
Koolaupoko, aged 11 years, .'5 months
and 8 days.
Hoot Beer on draught at Benson,
.Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for salo.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Castlo & Cooko want a book-keeper
.for a plantation, to apply by lettor
Sunburn rolioved.atr onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Tho election proclamation appears
' tordayvitlchangesjin some of tho
An inspector's notico for thofIljst
, district, 1st precinct, will bo found
, in this paper. , ( r j
John H. Thompson has boon ap
. pointed a notary public for tho First
Judicial Circuit. "
An interesting lecturo on tho lot
tery and fuol questions appears to
day from Hustaco & Co.
.An admission foe of 25 ccjnt.s, with
' '10 '''cents moro for skates, is to bo
charged skating nights at tho cycling
Mechanics' Hoino.'si) and 61 Hotel
street. Lodging by-day, wook or
month 25o. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a wook, e ,
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sume giving instruction in private
I or, in classos, Frgnchj Spanish and
Latin. Rosidenco, Alakoa stroot,
near iho Y. M. O. A.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
koa street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A,
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
LutZjOlIico hours, 9 to 12,2 to -1,
anuovenlugs 6 to 7 j Sundays 10 to 1.
1 Boll telephone 197 ; Mutual C82.
m m mi
" ' Saved a Woman's Iiite.
Mr. J, E. Thoroughgood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says:
"Two toaspoonfuls of Chamborlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy saved tho life of Mrs. Juno
Thomas, of this place." Ho also
states that several other very bad
cases of bowel complaint there havo
boon cured by this remedy. For
salo by all doalors. Bonsou, Smith
5 Co7 Agents.
1O0AL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A loUor from Marshal Wilson hns
boon rccoivod too Into for this issue.
J. P. Morgan will hold a salo of
dry goods and grocorios at his sales
room at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Mr. T. M. Starkoy has decided not
to run for Noble much to the regret
of his friends and constituents.
W. II. Stone has announced him
self as oandidato for Noble for the
unoxpired torm of E. O. Mncfarlauu.
It. B. Scott and Rodk Hoss, two of
tho Makawoli strikers, loft for San
Francisco on tho brigantino W. G.
Tho inspectors of tho fifth dis
trict, second precinct, will meet this
evening at tho Hoforniator' School
from 5 to 8 o'clock.
Tho U. S. cruisor Boston's nion
woro landed this morning for a drill
on tho plains. Thoy woro headed by
a drum and fifo corps.
A fino opportunity to got ladies,
gout's and children's shoes and gai
ters will bo offered at Morgan's auc
tion at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Tho Hawaiian debating club will
moot on Tuesday evening in Quoon
Emma hall for tho purpo&o of dis
cussion "Hornor's banking bill."
Tho highbinders' caso occupiod
tho whole of this morning's session
in tho Polico Court, concluding
shortly boforo noon in tho discharge
of the defendants.
Chief Justico Judd to-day dis
charged from bankruptcy C. W.
Spitz, formerly a goneral merchant
at Nawiliwili, Kauai. A. Rosa was
attornoy for petitioner.
A fine chance to obtain a seaside
residence at Waikiki will bo offored
at Morgan's salo on "Saturday. In
tending purchasers can inspect tho
property on application to tho auc
tioneer. The domoutod Chinaman, men
tioned as carrying a bannor with a
strango device on Saturdaj', was
going round town to-day, with a
placard tied to his muskot, emblaz
oned, "Voto for Watorhouse."
Tito Misses Parker yostcrda' even
ing entertained Miss Mott Smith, on
tho evo of doparturo for the Coast,
at a dancing party in tho Hotel Park
Annex, Waikiki. About 150 young
society poople woro present and a
pleasant ovont was realized.
At a joint mooting of a majority
of tho nominating committees of the
Hui Knlainiua, Mechanics' Union,
Liberal party and Sons of Hawaii,
held last night, Messrs. C. B. Mailo
and Chas. L. Hopkins woro nomi
nated for tho vacant Noblo seats in
A decision was rendered by Judge
W. Foster in tho Polico Court this
afternoon in the caso of James W.
McGuiro, charged with the larcoiry
of silk underclothing, otc, tho pro
perty of Count Sch,vabach, in favor
of tho defendant, who was accord
Tho Honolulu Diocesan Magazino,
organ of tho Anglican Bishop, is outr
for tho current quarter. It contains
much homilotie niattor, a good bud
got of diocesan news, and a con
sensus of opinion on lottorios. Tho
last-mentioned should bo read by all
who wish to form correct viows of
tho lottery scheme.
Mr. Chas. Lucas lately imported
several partridges from China and
turned them loose at his country
homestead at Niu, Koko Head. Ho
missed them a few days ago and on
making a search found them in the
possession of natives living in tho
vicinity. Tliov had cut tho birds'
wings and woro glorying in tho pos
session of tho strango fowls. Sir.
Lucas claimed tho partridges, which
tho natives roluctantly gavo up.
Alice It. Ayors lias filed a suit for
$5000 damages, Jor hearing at tho
October term of tho Supreme Court,
against W. Mahuka for breach of
promiso of marriage. Ilor complaint
alleges that Mahuka in Juno, 1890,
promised to ninrry her within two
years, and slio has always been
ready and willing. Mahuka is owner
of certain valuablo property on Mer
chant street. It is not often that
Hawaiian girls take law for tho satis
faction of wounded affections.
A lady who is intimately connected
with tho Quoon Emma Hall mission
called at this oflico to-day, and said
tho natives who lately ended a do
bato at the hall with a decision in
favor of tho lottery woro not a re
sponsible body, but a young dobot ing
club assombled for amusement. It
is learned otherwise that tho W. C.
T. U., at a mooting yesterday, de
cided to rofuso the use of the hall
to tho debating club in question un
less it notified tho Union in advanco
of the subject to bo discussed.
Mr. Lander'a Recommendation.
Mr. J. A. Lauder, a prominent
citizen of Clarksburg, Mo., and
widely known in Uiat'Stato, says of
Chamborlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhusa Remedy: ,(I havo seen its
good results and can recominond
it," For salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
WiiuNKsiuY, Sept. 21st.
Tho Assombty convened at 10
o'clock for prayor. Minutes of tho
previous mooting were road and ap
proved. Petitions woro then pre
sented and referred, as follows:
By Uop. Kanoalii, from residents
of Makawao, Maui, that tho Lottery
Bill bo not passed. Tabled for bill.
By Noblo Baldwin, a number of
petitions containing a multitudo of
names and against tho passage of
tho Lottery Bill.
By Noblo Marsden, two potitions
from tho women of Honolulu pray
ing that the Lottery Bill bo not
By Noblo Hind, two more poti
tions of like nature against tho Lot
By Uop. Iosopa and Ttep. Akina,
liko potitions of a like nature.
All of tho above potitions woro
tabled for consideration with the
Bop. Baldwin, from a special com-
mittco in re an appropriation for
Maalnoa wharf, reported that thoy
found that tho wharf is in a very bad
condition. Tho estimate in tho In
terior Department for repairing tho
wliarf is about $1,G00, and tho Com
mit too recommend that that amount
bo placed in tho Appropriation Bill.
Noblo Neumann road for tho fiist
tiino a bill to authorizo railroad cor
porations to mortgage tnoir pro
perty and franchise to secure their
bonds. Iload a second time bjT title
and referred to a select committee.
Eop. Kanoalii gavo notice that tho
committee having charge of tho con
sideration of the resolution relative
to tho Marshal and Rop. Ashford
would moot to-morrow afternoon.
Prosidont Walker announced tho
following as tho committee on tho
lately introduced railroad bill, viz.:
Minister Neumann, Noblo Thurston,
and Rops. Smith, Wilder and Kauhi.
On motion tho bill to amend Arti-
clo G5 of tho Constitution relating to
tho pay of Representatives was taken
from tho tablo and made tho order
of tho day for next Wednesday.
On motion tho Houso took up tho
consideration of tho Appropriation
Bill and deferred items in Section 1
Tho first item was that of "Ha
waiian Exhibit at the Columbian
Minister Macfarlauo said t hat un
der tho prosout financial condition
of tho country it would not bo ex
pedient to pass tho amount asked
for, viz., $10,000. Tho position of
the Government to-day in .the mat
ter of finances would not warrant
such expenditure. Another thing
ovhich ho would bring to thoir notice
was that tho timo had now gono so
far bj that" no satisfactory exhibition
could bo made. Ho was informed
that it was the feeling now that no
exhibition should bo made and ho
would therefore suggest that tho
itoin bo deferred indefinitely.
Noblo Marsdon said that it would
bo impossible for tho Government
to got tho money to use for this
item. It was too late to make a
satisfactory exhibition. Ho moved
that tho item bo struck out.
Noblo Thurston said that this or
spmo similar winding up of tho Chi
cago fia-jco had been foreshadowed
for some timo. It was a disgracoful
ending, Gentlemen had been ap
pointed as honorary coininissioueis,
representatives had boon sont to
Chicago to request spaco for Hawaii
and then the Government had sat
on its haunches and waited without
attempting anything to accomplish
tho ond sought. This was charac
teristic of tho way things aro done
in Hawaii. Tho timo has gono by
to make a creditable exhibition.
His connection with the scheme
had brought him nothing but
loss of both time and money.
Ho would suggest, however, that tho
Band might bo sont and it would
not cost tho country ono dollar and
that would in itsolf bo a very good
advertisement for tho country, A
close estimate of tho cost of sonding
tho Baud and bringing it back would
not exceed $8000. Tho exhibitions
given by tho Band would piobably
bring in that much. It was neces
sary, however, to havo a guarauteo
fund. Tho Band would forego its
vacation this year and noxt ami tho
public would thus lose nothing of
its sorvico. It was a hobby of his to
have the Baud at tho Exposition, as
ho believed that it would bo of bone
fit by attracting attention to this
Minister Neumann said that if
there was loom ho would liko t,o got
on and ride with Noblo Thurston,
on that particular hobby-horse.
Hop, ICamauolia, Noblo Marsdon,
Rops, Nnwahi and Iosopa favored
tho idea of loprosontation by tho
Rop. White was glad to soo tho
hcalo.s fulling oH tho oyos of tho
moinbors who boforo had boon bliiul
otl during tho dihoussion of tho nay
of tho Band boj-s. When he was
trying to show tho utility of tho
Band at a previous timo they woro
so deaf that thoy could not hoar the
gospol truth ho was at that time
tolling them. Probably thoy had
no oar for the music of his voice.
Send tho Band to Chicago and wo
will havo tho world at our foot.
(Laughtor.) Ho thought it would
well advertise tho country. Prof.
Borgor, who was a capable composer,
would arrango a composition on tho
Lottery Bill; it would bo played in
all tho principal cilios and to thou
sands who would visit tho fair.
(Laughtor.) Ho favored lotting tho
Baud go to advertise tho country
and also to show tho progress of
Hawaii in having a lottery. (Laugh
tor.) Noblo Thurston offered the follow
ing substitute item, "Expense of
sending tho Band to Chicago and
providing litoraturo for distribution
at tho World's Columbian Exhibi
tion, $12,000, and it is hereby pro
vided that all moneys received
abroad by tho Band may bo used for
its oxponsos instead of boing paid
into tho Treasury as a realization."
Tho next items brought up, Salary
of Auditor-General, $10,000, and
Salary Deputy Auditor-Gonoral, in
eluding sorvicos during last torm,
$5,000, woro not acted on, boing
again deferred until tho bill relative
to tho Auditor-Gonoral was pre
sented. Tho following itoms of pay of Tax
Assossors woro passed as horo print
ed, boing a reduction in every caso
from tho original figures:
Salary Tax Assessor, Oahu, $5,000.
Salary Tax Assessor, Hawaii,
Salar' Tax Assessor, Maui, $-1,600.
Salary Tax Assessor, Kauai, $1,000,
At 12 recess was had until 1:30
A Chinoso Stepfather Tries to Claim
A Chinaman gesticulating wildly
frantically drew a largo crowd
in tho vicinity of King street, abovo
South street, in a Chinese store yes
terday afternoon. An elderly Chi
neso woman was endeavoring to
pacify tho excited man, but to no
avail. Piosontly another young Chi
nese woman came out and tho ex
cited argument between tho two was
increased until quite a crowd of
curious people had assembled to
find out tho ins and outs of tho dis
turbance On investigation it was
elucidated that some timo ago a
Chinaman died leaving a wife and a
daughter eleven years of ago. The
woman could not support tho young
girl and sho was finally adopted by
a Mrs. Lo Sam Sing, a partner in
tho store at Alapai and King streets.
A fow weeks ago tho woman mar
ried a second husband, and it was
ho who was endeavoring to reclaim
tho girl from her fostor parents.
This thoy would not accede to,
hence tho trouble. The stepfather
was finally with no little troublo
forced to leave, vowing to secure
tho return of tho girl or take ven
geance. Booty-full Days.
UEMCATiai TO J, 11.
Oh, the beautiful days passed away!
Oh the glorious period of old I
When tho Y, M. C. A. held autocrat sway
And sinners were out in tlio cold.
When hypocrites yielded up thanks
For privileges claimed as a right,
And fanatical cranks were ruling the ranks,
And gobbling every olllco in sight.
When the "goodies" were earnest in scinch
Of failings in general mankind,
And members of church were ne'er in the
But corralled everything they could litul,
While thoy preached the sweet gospel of
And their mu1h on conversion were bent,
Their gospel kept pace, in a most worldly
In converting every visible contl
How feebly cold language portrays
Their exquisite gooduoss and worth ;
With Sunday for praise and the, other six
Devoted to acquiring the earth I
Thoy wanted hut little below,
But thoy'wanted that awfully bad,
Just a trille, you know, n monopoly show
To have everything to bo had.
Oh fair were tho lives of the just
Inspired by n piety deep,
Yet 1 fear 'that their lust for places of trust
Was something to make tngels weep!
Not more could u Lottery seio
Or rule with n moro despot hand
Than these sleek 1'harlsees, who, o'en on
Woro peering around for more hind!
l'LANTATION UOOKKKKI'Klt IS
wanted. Apply, by lettor only, to
y, liv iciim ujiiv, i
M1K UNJIKHBMNKI) OIYKB NOTIOK
that he will not bo responsible lor
any debts couti acted by tho City Khoelng
Hhop without his written order.
1 A 1 lll'A'l v u
Jlonolulu, Bcpt.'Jl, !!.',
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THE AQUATIC CHAMPIONSHIP.
Tho Myrtlos Accopt the Olmllogo of
the Hoalanis for a Kaco at Tearl
Tho Hoalani Boat Club issued tho
following challenge yesleidny to tho
Myrtle Boat Club:
Hosou'tu, Sept. 20, IP01.
Ali:x. Lvi.i:, Captain Myrtle Boat
.S'f'r; Vo hereby challenge tho
Myrtle Boat Club to row a six-oared
sliding seat boat race for the Cham
pionship and a cup valued at $50;
tho race to bo rowed on tho Ponrl
Harbor course on Saturday after
noon, October 8, 1802, at i p m.
W. II. C.Gncia,
Captain Alex. Lylo of the Myrtles
accepted the challenge to-day and
deposited $50 with tho Daily Bulle
tin at 11 :1K) a. in. as a guarauteo of
good faith. Ho also left the follow
ing copy of the acceptance:
Honolulu, Sept. 21, 1802.
Mn. W. II. 0. Gnnio, Capt. Hoalani
Sir: Wo hereby accopt your chal
lenge of tho 20th inst. and agreo to
tho conditions therein stated. Tho
$50 to bo deposited this day boforo 3
o'clock p. in. at tho Daily Bulletin
Very respect fully,
Capt. Myrtle Boat Club.
Tho Myrtle club is handicapped
inasmuch as Arthur Brown, ono of
the senior crow, is abont on Molo
kai. Tho Hoalani crow is out prac
Capt. Groig of tho Hoalani Club
this afternoon depojitod tho .$50 for
his side at this oilice.
.A. FnST-OEA. FOR
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs.
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. J. I.. Goodman, of Aimtlor, Cal.,
says: "I havo had lopeated oppoitunity
of'ob-erving and testing the relieving and
healing tpiality of Vtr On, when applied
to painful, sore and inllaiiicd parts, nKo in
lame joints, sprains anil bruises. I am
confident that to the extent its safe, active,
and powerful healing merits arc tried.it
win dc considered tnu iimtspeiisaoio lamiiy
Sf Kor tho asking you w ill receivoja
150 Testimonial Letter. licad oil's and do
your own thinking.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COHXICIl l-'OUT AXI) ICINti BT ltniSTS.
" Another Compromise by the
Lottery ! "
Ul'OKOL'HSUOUKSriON TJIU LOT
tnry people having dropped the po
licy'rlauio have met our further views and
ha'vo decjided to oiler Ifirijood, instead of
Coin as prizus, and upon inquiring around
and getting prices quoted by several dealers
thoy settled on two as. the o;dy yies whose,
rates' were hitlliclcntlv chcan"for husluoss.
calling upon tho one of thosa uhofO prices
were quoted lowest, they had about M?n-,
eluded arrangements when they discovered
that his wood was worthless as It was
worin-eiiten and had dry-rot, so dropping
their negotiation they called 'it pen the
other, HUSTAUi: .v. (,'U., and after apolo
gising for not coming theie llrst, they in
spected their Wood mid found it in llrt
ulass condition -Mmiid and good and
moro than doubly worth tho dlU'croneo
asked; without further argument they
closed the bargain and thus the objection
to tho Lottery is now removed and every
one will bo supplied with Bound Firewood
Itf slijcnt for Tielitt will be mltfrtltcil
IIki.i, 111. - TKLIOl'HO.NKB - Mutual l'l.
$ MS l'er Cord
Jl'AHl l'er Cord
111,00 l'er Cord
I Koot Lengths
, . Sawed
Buwcd and (Split
If 18.00 l'er Cord
llfi.K) l'er Cord
117.00 Per Coid
. ,1 Koot lengths
Sawed and Split
gW Dellvoicd to any p.irt of Honolulu
IIUSTACE & CO.
N. II. We guarantee our Wood to be
hound and free fiom woiius. olB-lm
OWIN'd to the limited lloor spaco at tho
Armory during Hkatlug Nights
Mondays, Kildiiys mid Saturdays tho
management luivu decided to uhurgu an
admittance feu to tho building of 'JA vents;
Skates 10 cents uxtru. oij-lw
KS5 Our stock commends itself to people with refined
tastes, being1 selected with u view to pleasing n class of
buyers who recoirnise cood values.
inSr "Annual Clearance Sales,?' "Marked Down
Sales' and "Bargain Days" are omitted from o'ur list of
catch-penny thoughts. Every day is a bargain day with us,
and a display of good articles the only bait wo get for the
j3 Tbe supply of I Tosh Rki:i.s was exhausted a
week after- we mentioned them to you ; another lot will
arrive in three weeks.
orders for Reels and failed to
fact and ask their indulgence until tho goods arrive.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu,
Beef : Extracts
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
&T GOOD FOR THE SICK OR THE WELL jkf.
"Ve cany in stock the following' Well-knowif' "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, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening a Large Stock of
New Goods !
LATEST NOVELTIES !
H"" Just Received per
4. AM V W UIMV4W
l'arties leaving the Islands and wishing
to dispone of their
Can have their value immediately without
troublo and uxpeiiMj of removal bv apply
Liewis J. Levey,
I'icture i'Viitiicii vkhIh lo order from
fMtenl Styles of Mouldings, Jlenova
lion of Old Pictures ii gptciully at King
JSros., Ilolel street ,
of our customers who left
Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
-Ol.O JuLb ?
S. S. " Australia." "a
New Goods I
- - AND
kft f.rftam Frp.AZP.ru I
A V VA WWM t,WWM I
& Barrel Churns.
Election of Ofllcors.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till: ADJOUHXKI) ANNUAL,
Meeting o( tho Stockholders of tho
' Wulohinu Agrleultual V- (Inulng Co. held
j this day, tho following OlUeers were elected
for the ensuing year;
President ,. lion. W. 0. Irwin,
Vice-President. .Mr, J. M. Moiibarrat,
Secret ury I
& . .lion. O. I. tnukea,
Auditor ... . Hon. W, M.qitturd.
W. a. Irwin. J. M. Monsurrat. 0. 1
laut.ea, J. lvuuhauu, J, 1), Paris.
0, P. IAUKKA,
Secretary A. .V. O. Co.
Honolulu. Aug. Jl, lbtU. MXS-lni
IIVicii you want a Portrait Knlaryed
call on Kiny Bros,, gtt Iheir 1'rice Lint,
und see Samples. They can't he bealt
3h iMMi&Mki-Bf fc&' t-