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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1892.
Tiiursiiay, Sept. 29.
Stinr Hawaii from Maui anil Haiuakua
Utmr James Makce from Kauai
TiiuitsiUY, Sept. 29.
U 8 S Uoston, Wiltsc, for a cruiso
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stinr Kinnti for Maui and Hawaii at 2
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stinr .Tamos Makce
100 bags rico and 7
Vessels in Port.
Am lik Albert, 'Winding, from San Fran
cisco. Am bktne S N Castle, L II Hubbard, from
Am bktnol'lanter, -How, from San Kran
4-masted sobr Robt Lewcrs, Goodman, from
Tho steamer Kinau will leave to-morrow
on her regular route.
Just prior to the doparture of tho U. 8.
8. Boston a shark erossedher bow.
Tho sloop San Pedro left this morning
for Waianuu with a load of provisions.
Tho steamer Hawaii arrived this morn
ing and reports dry weather tit Haiuakua,
greatly ailecting tfio sugar crop. At Ho
nokaa tho drought had caused a loss of two
tons to tho aero in the sugar crop.
Tho Ways and Moans Committee
worked hard for many weeks lopping
oir somo ways of expenditures and
doing away entirely with others in
order to savo tho country's money
and then resigned in favor of the
Cabinet. For which thoy received
tho thanks of tho Legislature. It
now appoars as if this saving was
effected to enable Mr. Marsdon, one
of its prominent members, to got
tho sum of $T00 to start a carrier
pigeon sorvico. Tho country can't
afford necessary and 'accustomed
services performed, wo aro told, and
yot an entirely now ono can got
inonoy voted to support it. Like
other small-minded people our
legislators aro somotimos penny-wise
and pound-foolish. Spectator.
To sottlo a question, please answor
Can a voter for Noble Avho has
registered, say in tho 3d district, and
then changed his residonco to tho
1st district, vote in tho 3d district?
Sept. 28, 1892.
Ho can vote whore ho is register
ed, if othonviso qualified. En.
Tho following program will bo
prosented this ovoning iu tho St.
Androw's Suuday schoolroom, com
mencing at 7:30 o'clock. After tho
program refreshments will bo sorvod.
Thorn is no c.harun for admission.
1. Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano.. Miss
McUruw, Miss Molllo Atkinson, and
2. Song,.,. .. Mrs. V. W. Glado
3. Recitation . .Mr. G, H. I.uco
4. Song , .Mr. T.May
6, Ave Maria for Violin, Piano and Organ
. Miss McGrew, Miss Molliu Atkln
bon, and Wray Taylor.
Among tho incidents of childhood
that stand out in bold relief, as our
memory reverts to tho days when wo
woro young, none aro more promi
nont than sovoro sickness. ' Tho
j'oung mother vividly remembers
that it was Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy cured her of croup, and in
turn admiuistors it to her own olf
sprlng and always with tho best re
suits. For sale by all dealers, Bon
son, Smith & Co,, Agents for the
. Hnwailau Islamta
For Mouldings, frames, Pastels, Arto
types, Photogravures, Meltings, and
everything in the line of Pictures, go to
King Bros,, Hotel street.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hoad, 8 p. m. Woathor
clear, wind light oast.
Tho Houso adjourned at
o'clock this aftornoon until
Wednesday at 10 o'clock.
Tho alleged fraudulent deed case
was argued and submitted boforo
Chiof Justico Judd to-day.
Tho S. S. China will bo duo from
San Francisco on Monday and tho
S. S. Australia on Wednesday.
A mass mcotin
Mu or tho National
will bo hold at tho
Quoon stroot Armory this evening
Anothor chicken thief has been
arrested, a Chinaman named Awa.
Ho will bo tried in tho Polico Court
Messrs. C. 13. Mailo and Chas. L.
Hopkins aro publicly announced as
tho candidates of tho National Ro
form, Liboral and Sons of Hawaii
David Crowninborg, who was lately
injured by tho falling of a stono on
his hoad, and whoso lifo was des
paired of, has so far improved as to
bo able to bo out.
A granito curb with rounded cor
ner is boinc put down alonir tho
Borotania and Richards streets linos
of tho now Contral Union Church
Tho band will givo its second con
cert at Thomas Square this ovoniug.
Last night's concert was enjoyed by
a multitude gathered from all direc
tions. Thoro was a largo social part at
Dr. McGrow's country rosidonco,
Aiea, last night. A special train
brought, tho guests homo at mid
night. In spite of hard times tho paint
brush is busy to-day ronovatiug sev
eral faded fronts ou Fort stroot. Let
tho town bo buried "dacontly" if it
is to go undor!
Thoro will be a political mass
meeting this ovoning at tho Old
Armory on Quoon stroot somo in
teresting spooches aro promised, go
and hoar tho fun.
Almost daily uptown, tho follow
ing is hoard: "Bot you a hat tho
Healanis winl" And in most casos
tho challongo is accopted. If tho
speculation Koops up till tho day of
tho race, hoadwoar will bo scarce
A largo numbor of Chinese havo
taken out return permits, intending
to leave for tho Oriont on tho China.
Up till 2 o'clock this afternoon 70
return permits had boon issued. A
total of 101 applications is oxpectod.
Mons. Musin tho violinist wishes
to givo a concort horo on tho arrival
of tho Mariposa from tho Colonies.
Should tho timo and circumstances
bo favorable, Mr. Lovoy
on to mako tho
Tho frames of two largo two-story
"buildings are erected on tho Catho
lic Mission grounds. Thoy roplaco
several dilapidated old cottages and
will bo a groat improvement to ap
pearances. Lucas Bros, of tho Ho
nolulu Planing Mills havo tho con
tract. The party to havo been given by
Captain Wiltse and officers of tho
U. S. S.. Boston, on board to-morrow
ovoning, has been postponed until
further notico on account of tho
departure of tho Bhip in search of
tho missing boat of tho ship Win. A.
John Hapa, of revolutionary fame,
on by enjoyed ono day of being a luna
to tako up estrays. His license was
caucollod tho day after his appoint
ment. Hapa is tho man who feigned
death near the Kamohamoha statuo
iu tho Wilcox insurrection.
Thus far tho survoys havo revealed
two hummocks sounding 29 feet in
tho dredged harbor entrance. Ono
of them is so close to tho bordor as
to bo virtually out of tho channel.
Tho other was at first supposed to
bo rock, but an examination has
proved it to bo packed sand.
Tho U. S. Cruisor Boston weighed
anchor at 3:25 o'clock this aftornoon
for a cruiso around Hawaii in search
of tho missing boat from tho ship
wrecked Win. A. Campbell. Lieut o
nant Moore had an interview with
tho captains of tho island stifiunors
previous to loaving. Tho Boston
will bo absont four or five days.
Since tho destruction of a portion
of tho Government wash house, sev
eral Chinamen havo constructed
wash houses jn town. Ono has boon
built at tho junction of Alapai and
King stroots, and tho odor arising
from stagnant wator is awful. Tho
attention of tho Health authorities
is directed to this nuisanco. What
makes it worse is tho fact that a poi
factor' adjoins tho placo.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borger, loader, will
give a concort this ovoning at
Thomas Square, commencing at 7:30
o'clock. Following is tho program:
Overture ltomilda and Constauze,
. ,, . Moyorbuer
Cuvatlna ilellmirlo , t, , . Donizetti
March Count Moltkn ... . Preusse
Selection Daughter of the ltfglmont' ,
Poli Piimelmua. Like no a Like.
Main i ko Ao.
Fantasia Tho Rivals ... .
Waltz Vienna Blood. . .
Fantasia Thu Blacksmith .
Schottischo Dancing on tho Pier.
Heard on tho Car,
Ovorhoard In the Valley Htreot ear
Representative Citizen "Well, 1
hear that at last the "13oton" is
Gilded Society Youth;' She can't
go. Thoy have issued invitations
for a dance to-morrow night!"
ONE HUNDREDTH DAY.
Thursday, Sept. 29, 1892.
Tho Asombly convened for prayor
at 10 o'clock. At 10:18 a quorum
boing present, the minutes of tho
previous mooting woro read and ap
proved. JNoblo Williams, irom tno I'nnting
Committee, reported that tho report
of tho Sanitary Commit too on reso
lutions and petitions rolnting to the
medical treatment of lopors, was
printed and ready for distribution.
Rep. Wiltlor, from tho Committee
on Commerce, reported on Bill 92,
relating to tho exemption from taxes
of all coffee trcos; ramie plants and
all coffee and ramie produced in this
country, as also all mills, machinery,
appliances, tools and buildings used
in tho care, cultivation and prepara
tion of tho same for the term of ton
years. Tho committee say:
"We believe that with an abund
ance of moderately cheap labor thoro
is a great future for tho coffee and
ramie industries in this country, and
as no groat amount of capital (com
paratively speaking) is required to
enable parties to embark upon tho
ontorpnso of either or both of tho
industries in a moderate way? your
committee consider that it is wis
dom and true economy for tho Gov
ernment to oncourago and poster in
ovory possible way all industries
likely to come within tho grasp of
native Hawaiians and others of
limited means who como horo to
make this country ,tholr homo. Wo
therefore confirm our former report
and heartily rocommond tho passago
of tho bill.
'Tho resolution introduced by
Rop. O. W. Ashford, requiring jour
committee to enquire and report
whethor and to what oxtont Govern
ment aid may bo necessary or desir
able in order to assist in bringing to
a prompt and successful issue tho
oxporimout of decorticating or other
wise manufacturing or preparing for
tho market tho fibre of tho ramie
plant has had duo consideration,
and from enquiry wo find:
"J? irst That tho process ol decor
tication of tho fibre of tho ramie
plant, has passed its experimental
stage in other countries, and that
what is now sought by partios horo
desiring to engage in tho manufac
ture or preparation of tho fibre for
tho market is a subsidy of say $3!00
$1000, to purchase tho appliances
with which to mako a start in tho
"Second Wo find that at the pre
sent time tho Govornmont is not in
a position financially to grant subsi
dies or givo encouragement to those
industries. Hence, whilo your com
mittee would under more propitious
circumstances favor an apiropria
tion for tho specific purpose express
ed in tho resolution, wo cannot now
recommend furthor aid bT the Gov
ernment than that provided for in
tho bill. "Wo therefore recommend
that tno resolution bo laid on tho
Noblo Pua offered a resolution
that lopors at tho Receiving Station
at Kalihi bo permitted to remain
thoro until after inspection and
treatment bj specialists to arrive
from abroad. Referred to tho Sani
Rop. Ivamauoha, undor suspension
of tho rules, presented a report of
tho Special Committee having un
dor consideration tho grants to pri
vate schools, aid to scholarships,
building and lopairsof schoolhouses,
reporting iu favor of scholarships,
SC000, Professor of Chemistry, Oaliu
College, 32000, and $10,000 for build
ing and repairs of schoolhouses.
The Committee rocommond that
two now items bo .inserted in tho
Bill, viz.: 1, Schoolhauso and teach
er's house at Hanamaulu, Kauai,
$1500; 2, Sclioolhoiifco and teacher's
houso at Ilonomu (near the homo
steads), 1200. Report recoivod and
tabled for consideration with tho
At lU:i)l), the Urdor ol tho Day
was moved and carried.
Rep. Kaniauoha moved that tho
rules bo susponded to allow con
sideration of Bill 191, relating to
Road Boards. Lost.
The Clerk staled that tho 3d read
ing of the Judiciary Bill was tho
Rop. Smith moved that the read
ing bo doforred.
Noble Thurston suggested that an
index bo inado to the contonts of
On motion tho Bill was doforred
and an indox ordered to bo added in
tho engrossed copy.
Bill 112, defining highways and
defining and establishing certain
rights and duties iu connection there
with, came up ou second reading,
and on motion was road section by
Section 1, citation of Act. Passed.
Section 2, definition of public
Section 8, dedication of highways
by private persons. Passed.
Section 1, dedication on abandon
Section fj, ownership of public
highways in tho Govornmont.
This section caused considerable
argument and was finally ou motion
referred to a solect committee con
sisting of Rop. Smith, Nobles Thurs
ton, Peterson, J. M. Homer and Rop.
At 12:02 recess was had until 1:30
Something" New in Ranges.
Tho Pacific Hahowaiii: Co., (L'd.),
havo just received an invoice of tho
M. it D. WitouoiiT Stkel Ranohs
which are superior to anything of
the kind yet invented. Thoy havo
been adopted by tho United States
Navy ami aro in tibo on tho Charles
ton, Sau Francisco and Boston and
othor now vessels. Also on several
of tho now veabols lately built for
the trade between Sau Francisco
and this port.
An examination of these liaugos
will at once show thoir many advan
tages oyer all competitors,
Nowa From Hawaii.
The steamer Hawaii arrived from
Hamakua, Hawaii, this morning.
Sho left Kawaihao yesterday morn
ing and nothing had been soon of
tho missing boat of tho Amorican
ship Win, A. Campboll on any part
of tno island, tolophono messages bo
ing received to that effect. Tho
causo of tho outbreak of scurvy
among tho mate's crow was the un
natural means thoy took to allay
thirst whon tho wator gave out, until
four days boforo thoy woro nicked
up, when their stomachs revolted at
A laughable incident after tho
mon had fully revived is related by
Purser Sims of tho steamer Hawaii.
Sims stated that tho first question
male Sullivan and two othors asked
him was,'"Who won tho fight!" Tho
threo mon Sullivan, Johnson and
Mills 'had boon discussing tho mer
its of Corbolt and Sullivan tho ma
jor part of tho twonty-fivo days -thoy
woro afloat, whilo the others woro
lying in tho boat, and that probably
kept thoir spirits up, Shortly after
parting with tho captain's boat, the
mato put additional canvas on his
boat and loft tho othor behind.
The mato was of the opinion that
tho captain's crow had been picked
up. ai it was in the track of four
Tho Decision Endorsed.
A privato lot tor from Hamakua to
a gentleman in Honolulu refers to
tho opinion of tho Supremo Court
on tho Cabinet question as follows:
"It would have surprised mo if the
Court had docidod othonviso than it
did. I also think tho opposition is
wrong in its contention that the
Quoon must appoint tho loadors of
tho opposition. Sho appoints whom
sho pleases, and the Legislature
should respect her appointment un
til tho Cabinet show by their actions
or conduct that thoy aro not tho
men to bo there; then tho majority
should romovo them. The election
will decide- what tho majority of
Oahu thinks on this point, butI
havo boon told by sovoral Britishers
that tho Quoon should havo tho
right to dissolve tho Legislature to
conform with tho British custom."
A Gorman girl is wanted.
Root Beor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
C. B. Wilson warns trespassers
away from certain lands.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith iSs Co.,
Hawaiian Fans and Curios in
groat varioty at the "Elite Ice Cream
luna to tali
up estrays has
Ka Made has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Tho inspectors of tho fifth dis
trict, first precinct, givo a cautionary
notice to voters.
If you want any Fine Cakes and
Pastries the best placo in town is tho
"Elito Ico Cream Parlors."
Mechanics' Homo, F9 and 01 Hotel
stroot. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; SI
and $1.25 a week.
I'roi. i'. L.omuaru, A. is., will re
sume giving instruction in private
or iu classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Rosidonco, Alaken street,
near tho Y. M. C. A.
Dr. McLennan lias removed to Ala
ken streotj opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises latoty occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollico hours, 9 to 12, 2 to -1,
and ovonings G to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Bell tolophono 197 ; Mutual IW2.
A striking advertisement of the
Templo of Fashion announces a
closing out sale to tho last article of
the entire stock of that famous
establishment. On tho first day of
tho sale ovory tenth buyer will re
ceive thoir money back. Bargains
are sure to everyone, and gifts of till
thoy buy to ovory tenth buyer.
of u llaby,
G1KL TO TAKI-J OAUK
k. n. hi:ndky'S.
Comer Kinau it l'ensacola streets.
NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN.
HAVING 0I1TAINK1) ALL THK
shooting rights over thu lands known
as Kalia, Kukuluacoaml Kakaukoin Hono
lulu, all persons are limeby notllleil that
any person found shooting on tho above
mentioned lauds without permission from
the undersigned will ho prosecuted accord
ing to-law. Ton (fit)) dollars reward will
bo paid to any person giving information
leading to the detection of person violat
ing tho above notice.
Klj-lw 0. U. yiLSON.
NOTICE TO VOTERS,
5 th District
ALLVOTKltS WILL UK UKQUIUKI)
to present their Tax Receipts or Kx
emiitlon Paper (by Law) to vote on Klec
tion day. M. it. COLHUHN,
Honolulu; Sept. a), b'Ji. KJS-lt
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea anci Coffee
at all nouns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
.a. F.A.isr.A.aE.A. f-o:r.
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs.
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. ,T. I,. Goodman, of Ainntnr, Cal.,
says: "I havo had repeated opportunitv
of observing and testing the relic1iig anil
healing quality of Vit On. when applied
to painful, sore and inllanicd parts, nlo in
lame joint', sprains and hruio-. I am
eonlldent that to the extent its safe, active
and powerful healing merits arc tried, it
Will bo considered tho indlspcnnble familv
tV For the asking you will reei'ivoja
150 Testimonial Letter. Bead on and do
your own thinking.
Hobron, Newman & -Co.
COHXKll KOHT AND KINO STliniVTS.
C. B. MAILE
Candidate for Noble.
NOMINATKD BY TDK
National Reform, Liberal & Sons of Hawaii
Kor the Island of Oahu, Unexpired Six
Year Term made vacant by tho r-
slgnationof His H.clli'ney
Candidate for Noble.
NOMINATKD ItY TUT.
National Reform. Liberal & Sons of Hawaii
Kor the Island of Oahu, Unexpired Four
Year Term, inado vacant by the le
sigimtionof His Kxeellimoy
n. (!. Muefurlann.
UodoIiiIu Fire l).'niliiiiiiil
M13MHKUB OK Till: Ji:i'AKT.MKNT
entitled to vote for Nobles at the
Special Klection to bo held on October Ith
noxt, aro requested to call at thu Tax Col
lector's OIlU'ii, In Kapuaiwa ISuildlng, noxt
toAliiolani llalu, and ask for exemption
curtilleates. Such ecrtincates to bo pro
duced on election day before tho lnspctors
to avoid trouble.
Ki'WIt Secretary 11. K. 1).
CHAS. T. GTJLICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oahu.
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant
Marriage Licences, liono-
Agent for thu Hawaiian Islands of Pitt it
Scott's Krelght and Parcel Kxpruss.
Agent for the llttrlingtou Itouto.
UKAL LSTATK. IlItOKKIt
a.nii (1KNKKAL AOKNT.
TKLKPHONK MurtiAi. 1J
P.O. llox 115-
33 Merchant lit.
Honolulu, 11. 1,
DR. J. WERNER GUNST
From Molbourno, Australia,
Oan bo consulted at thu Hawaiian Hotel
from 1) to l'J a. h. and from -J to. ft i i.
L. KONG FEE,
Kurt street, next to Club Stables,
0W Uitelv Outter and Manager of Ooo
Klin it (!o. Guarantees (iood Kit and Rea
sonable Prices, Patronage solicited.
rpHK ANNUAL MKKTINO OK THK
X Stockholders of tho Koliala Sugar Co,
will bo held at tho ollico of Castlo A:
Cooke, ou THUKSDAY, Oct. 1!0, lb'.U, at
10 o'clock A. M,
J, It. ATHKKTON,
&3lr Agatio Wahk Unit
These nightly rains aro helping matters consider
reservoirs have filled un a bit and you can ret a
often if you arc lucky.
lawn, but not without a
jJCSr3 Pogickt CuTiiKitv the handsomest you ever
saw Blades of the Purest Steel and Handles of Pearl es
pecially selected for this trade. -No every day affairs ; every
one of them good enough to loan your most particular
Cheap enough to give
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu,
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
&T GOOD FOR THE SICK OR THE WELL jgCt
"Ve carry in stock the following "Well-known Brands :
Liebiy'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.
N: S. SACHS
104 Fort St., Honolulu;
Is Now Opening
New Goods !
LATEST NOVELTIES !
X5 Just Roceived per
ISTe-w GrOOoLs ! USTe-w Goods !
PONOKK DHAPKltlKB-POHTlKUKS-PlNKAl'PLK T1KSUK-SATTKKNS
WJUTK DUKBB HOODS IN (UIKOKS AND M'KIPKB.
JAPANKSK COKDKD CUKPK.
Ladies', Childrens' and Infants' Wear
IN OHK.VT VAIHKTY AT LOW PltlOKS.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Battling Suits in. Cotton and Wool
KOK LADIKB, (IKN TB, AND CHILDltKN.
O.H.I. .AJSro SEE OXJK. USTETVSr GOODS,
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
The best thing to send to your friends
abroad is King Jlros, "Illustrated Sou
veniroj Hawaii," which is gotten up for
the purpose, and is not un advertisement.
won't blister is one of our
it is to have a Saucepan with
Likewise, you may irrigate
ITosrc. You know where to
to that sonic friend.
Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
a Large Stock of
w Goods !
S. S. " Australia.'""a
Ice Cream Freezers !
& Barrel Churns.
Picture Frames made to ortler from
iMtest Styles of Mouldings, Vfrriorn
tion of Old 1'ic.tures a specialty at King
Bros,, Hotel street,