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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, OCT. 17, 1892.
Susiiay, Oct. 1(1.
Stmr Clauillno fiom Mnnl nnd Hawaii
Stmr Mikaliala from Knuni
Moniivy, Oct. 17.
Bchr Liholiho, Berry, 15 days frem Lysan
Mondvy, Oct. 17.
Stmr James Makec for Kauai
Btnir Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Stmr Waiinanalo for Molokai and Maui
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bktno S N Castle, L H Hubbard, for
Stmr Kaala for Waianae and Mokulola at
Stmr O It Bishop for Lalmina, Kukuihaolo
and Hamakua, at 10 a m
Stmr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Claudino for Maui and Hawaii at 5
Stmr Mikaliala for Kauai, at 5 p m
Bchr Ka Moi for Koholalulc at -1 p m
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Claudine 2142 bags sugar, 75 bags
taro, 00 bags corn, 30 liags potatoes, 104
Stmr Mikaliala 3078 bags Migar, 44 bags
rice, 22 buj3 peanuts, 0 bills hides, 00
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Clau
dine. Oct lO-A Moore and wife, Jas It
Ronton and son, James Watt, A Ij Water
house, B, D Walbridge, Mrs Jennio Miles,
P 8 Taylor, J Campbell, Lau Chong, Mrs
W S Maulo, W H Bailey, W McGowan, Q
I' Wilder, and 41 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala, Oct 10
Hon G N Wilcox. A M Sproull, Dr R"V
Anderson, T B Walker, J Dixon, Thos
Lillic, Mrs K D Tenney, Mrs Noonan, Kev
O P Emerson, A Schleiger, Ah Mu, and 73
Vessels in Port.
USB Alliance, Rich, from San Francisco
4-masted sehr Kobt Lew ors, Goodman, from
Am bktno Discovery, MuKeil, from San
Am bktno S N Castle, I. H Hubbard, from
Gor bk J C Glade, from Liverpool
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Haw bit Helen Brower, from Glasgow,
Am sehr Mary Dodge, from Eureka, Oct. 0.
Am sch Gleudale, from Kureka, Out. 0.
Br bk It P Rithot, from Cardiir, Oct. 1.
Bk Greta, from Newcastle, N B W.
Gor bk H Hackfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
The barkentlno S. N. Castle ill leave
to-morrow for the Coast with a full load of
Tho barkentlno Discovery received sugar
from tho steamer Mikaliala to-day, and
later docked ar the Fort street wharf.
Tho schooner Robert Lowers came oil"
the Marino Railway to-day and docked at
tho Fort streetVlmrf, to receive stone bal
last. Her next port of destination will be
the Sound. Captain Goodman gave to-day
his Ideas on thecllcctofa gale on a fore-and-aft
bchooner and a full-rigged ship,
reforring to the wrecked Campbell.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Burger, loador, will
give a concort tliis ovoning at
Emma Square, commencing at 7:30
o'olook. Following is tho program:
TAUT t. .
Mnroh Princess Kaiulani fiercer
Overturo Tailored! . . Rossini
Finale Bollsario . Donizetti
ReiuinisconceH of Verdi , Godfrey
Hono Ae Nei. Wai Mapuna. Ahea Oo.
Medley Musical Delusions Schrelncr
Gavotte Soft Glances Nevaux
Waltz Thou and Thou . Strauss
Quadrille Tho Cricket. Audran
Something Now in Ranges.
Tho Paoifio Habdwabe Co., (L'd.),
have just roceived an invoice of tho
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges
which aro superior to anything of
tho kind yet invented. They have
been adopted by the United States
Navy and aro in use on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
other now vossols. Also on sovoral
of tho new vossols lately built for
tho trado between San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of those Ranges
will at onco show their many advan
tages over all competitors.
LOOAli AND QENEKAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m.
cloudy, wind light oast.
Thoro was only ono easo of drunk
enness in tho Tolieo Court this
Prof. Borgor's musicians will give
tho "Princess Kniulnni" march at
this evening's band concert.
Socuro seats for tho Musin con
cert at onco. Tho Mariposa will bo
duo "Wednesday aftornoon.
Tho sloainor Claudino brought the
first sugar this season from tho l'a
auhau plantation yesterday.
A nino from tho Boston defeat od
a nino from tho Alliance at baseball
on tho old grounds Saturday.
Principal Ilosmor and the board
ing students of Oahu Collego visited
tho Bishop Museum Saturday after
noon. Tho How Do You Like It bnso
ball toam had no reason to like it
Saturday. Katnohanioha defeated
it by 13 to 2.
A native named J. Nuhi has been
arrested ou a charge of embezzle
ment of $1.25, tho property of V. J.
Fagoroo3, on Oct. 11.
Tho Y. M. C. ATKoviow for tho
eurront quartor is largely occupied
with the charter, constitution, lists
of oflicors, etc., of tho Association.
Her Majesty tho Queen gave a
luau at hor Palama rcsidonco on
Saturday aftornoon in honor of tho
17th anniversary of tho birth of
Governor and Mrs. "W. H. Rico, of
Kauai, and Mrs. Morrison ascended
tho top of tho Makawoli smokestack
on Thursday last. Tho stack, which
is tho largost on the islands, is 153
foot above tho foundation.
Talk about town has had it that
members of tho Legislature will con
spiro to defer prorogation till next
yoar, and then vote- an itom big
enough to tako tho Legislature in a
body on a visit to tho World's Fairl
Wm. Crowes made Merchant street,
near tho Hawaiian News Co.'s store,
resound with vilo epithets. Ho was
under tho influence of liquor. Do
puty Marshal Mohrton took him by
tho arm and landed him in tho
Messrs. John Kidwoll, J. Einiiiu
luth and H. J. Gallaghor have or
ganized a fruit company with a capi
tal of $10,000. Tho company has
leased 100 acres near Ewa, for a
plantation of pinoapplo and other
fruits. Success to it.
Mr. James Cowan, manager of Ka
huku plantation, Oahu, lias been
brought to town owing to a stroko
of paralysis which atrccts his left
sido, limbs and speech. Mr. Cowan
is conscious. At noon to-day his
condition was unchanged. Ho is at
tho Queen's Hospital.
Attending on tho dobato on want
of confidence in tho Legislature this
aftornoon woro noticed Chiof Jus
tice Judd, Judge Dole, Major "Wode
house, British Minister Resident,
Captain Wiltso and several oilicois
of tho U. S.'S. Boston, Hon. J. B.
Atlierton, Hon. J. W. Robertson, H.
M.'s Chamberlain, Mrs. A. P. Peter
son, Dr. and Mrs. Liudloj.
Tho schooner Liholiho, Berry mas
ter, arrived off port last night and
camo in this morning, 15 days from
Lysan Island. Tho Liholiho ex
perienced light winds and fine
weather throughout. Tho round
trip occupied 32 days. Sho brought
a steam launch belonging to tho
island to have its boiler repaired.
Everybody was in good health when
sho loft. Tho Liholiho brought
about 100 tons of guano to tho
Pacific Phosphate & Fertilizer Co.,
H. Hackfold & Co., agents. Tho
schooner is discharging at tho O. S.
S. dock. Tho schoonor will leave
again for tho island tho first of
A Bishop at Court.
An interesting function took plneo
at Iolani Palace this morning. Tho
Bishop of Panopolis, recently con
secrated in San Francisco as Vicar
Apostolic of tho Hawaiian Islands,
was presented to Hor Majesty by
Mous. Vizzavonn, acting Commis
sioner for tho Ropublic of Fiance.
Thoir Excellencies E. C. Macfarlano,
Samuel Parker. O. T, Gulick and
Paul Neumann, Ministers of tho
Crown, and Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief
Justico, woro in attendance, togethor
with ladies. Tho Household Guards
with tho Royal Hawaiian Band woro
drawn up on tho front drivoway as a
guard of honor. His lordship tho
Bishop was attended by all his olorgj.
Tho Bishop was convoyed to and
from tho Palnco in tho royal carriago,
Mons. Vizzavona and Father Leonor
riding with him. Tho band played
tho French national anthem as tho
Iiuaus on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brown gave a
luau at thoir country rosidonco, Wai
pio, yostorday. It was attouded by
fifty or more guests, including many
members of tho Legislature. Tho
event was in honor of tho birthday
of a momber of tho family. A froo
car for tho guests was furnishod by
tho Oahu Railway & Land Company.
Ono of tho toasts proposed was tho
health of Mr. B. F. Dillingham,
president of that company, and it
was responded to by Mr. W. G. Ash
ley, superintendent of tho railway.
Hon. and Mrs. Abraham O, For
naudoz gave a luau at thoir rosi
donco, Kalihi, in honor of tho birth
day of tho Hoir Apparent. It was
largely attended and tho festivities
lasted till near 10 o'clock at night.
Persons troubled with chronic
diarrhoea should try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhu'a Ro
mody. Many cases have been cured
by it aftor all olso had failed and
skilled physicians woro powerless.
For sale by all dealers. Bonson,
Smith & Co,, Agents for tho Hawai
Monday, Oct. 17, 181)2.
Tho Assembly convened at 10
o'clock for prayer, after which tho
minutes of previous meeting wore
road and approved.
Rep. AVaipuilani moved tho follow
ing le.solution of
WANT OF CONFIDENCE.
Whereas, Tho present Cabinot has
not announced or given any intima
tion or evidence of any financial
policy which will extricate tho coun
try from its present dangerous finan
cial situation; and,
Whereas, It is essential to tho
commercial progress of tho country
that more favorable treaty relations
with tho United States bo obtained
whereby our products can obtain a
free market in that country; and,
Whereat, The piopont Cabinet has
shown no disposition to favor any
such policy, and tho present head of
tno (Jalnuot has dismayed conspicu
ous hostility toward the representa
tive of that country in this kingdom,
and the goneral tone of tho adminis
tration has been and is one of oppo
sition and hostility to tho United
States of America, and American in
terests, theieby rendering it impro
bable that any changes in our treaty
relations favorable to Hawaii can bo
negotiated by this Cabinot, and,
Whereas, The Cabinot has given
no evidence of any intention to at
tempt to ruined existing scandals
in tho Police Department, and have
otherwise failed to evince any ability
to successfully guide tho nation
through tho difficulties and dangers
Therefore he it J'esolved, That tho
Legislature hereby expresses its want
of confidence in tno present Cabinot.
Rep. Waipuilani, in moving tho
lesolution, offered his reasons for
tho action, lie had voted against
tho former resolution, becauso tho
Cabinot was new and ought to have
an opportunity to show what it
could do. Tho Cabinet had now
been in otlico several weeks, but as
yot it had presented no policy. The
House was tired of waiting. Ono of
tho gieatest desires of tho Legisla
ture and country was to procure
closer relations with tho United
States. Tho head of the Cabinet
had placed himself in antagonism to
tho representative of the United
States. Tho Bu'.lktin had published
direct attacks on tho American Min-
ister, and, although it was gonorally
Dolioed that tho Ui'llhtin was con
trolled by tho Cabinet, tho Ministers
had done nothing to .stop tho Bul
letin in that course How could
wo hope for improved relations with
tho United States if such an irritating
policy was persisted in? Last of all
and maybe not tho least reason for tho
introduction of this resolution is tho
lack of action by the Cabinot rela
tive to matters connected with tho
scandals connected with tho Police
Department. Committee reports
have been presented but no action
taken. Tho xVttornoj'-Goneral moans
bi his late motion to either insult
this committees which have spent
time and had tumble in investigat
ing tho matters, or tho other intou
tioninay bo that by reference to a
special committee tho matter would
not bo reported on until the end of
tho session and thus stavo off inves
tigation. Tho complaint relative
to tho groat army of clerks which
woro employed at tho Police Station
has been passed by unnoticed. Tho
gambling games of olio fa and paka
pio can bo seen ovon now in opera
tion in Mauuakea street and with
polico mingling with tho players.
Tho scandals connected with tho
seizure and salo of opium aro well
known. Tho At tornoy-Gonoral could
clean out tho Department and reno
vate it. Those woro some of tho
member's reasons for presenting tho
Rep. Kapahu moved that the reso
lution bo tabled and mado tho spe
cial order of tho day for noxt Thurs
day. His leason was becauso ho did
not believe that tho members woro
prepared to discuss tho matter now.
It was 011I3' iu accord with simple
justness and fairness that this mo
tion should pass. Tho adoption of
a resolution of this kind was no
Rep. Kaulii moved that tho reso
lution bo discussed lo-day. Con
tinuing ho said that this is tho sec
ond resolution of this kind brought
in; tho Cabinet should havo boon
prepared, as tho air has boon full of
rumors for tho past two weeks.
Rep. Kapahu questioned tho mem
ber as to whether tho subjoct mat
tor of tho resolution was the same as
that which had boon previously pro-
Rop. Knuhi said thoro was a groat
similarity; tho resolutions woro of
tho same family, and tho'burdon of
thoir songs was tho samo, viz.: thai
tho House had no confidonco in tho
Cabinot. Tho last resolution was
carried by a vote of 21 to 21, but a
point of law saved the Cabinot thoir
Rop. Nawahi said that it mado lit
llo difference to him whon tho reso
lution was discussed. Tho House,
however, would sit in tho mannor of
a judgo, tho Cabinet woro tho do
fondants; if they desired moro time
it was only propor that time should
bo givon. The last resolution was
introduced and discussed immedi
ately, although then tho Attornoy
Gouoral was only in position twonty
sovon hours. Ho favored considera
tion of resolution on noxt Thursday,
Rop. Kainauoha favored postpone
ment until noxt Thursday. Ho was
disappointed in tho Cabinet. Thoy
soomed yet without a policy and
thoy woro nearly a month in office.
The scandals in connection with tho
Polico Dopartinont woro woll known
to tho members of tho Cabinot boforo
thoy took thoir seats. It was woll
known that tho desire of tho Repre
sentatives as expressed through com
mitteo reports was that that Do
partinont bo cleansed. Tho Minis
ter of Finance was previously a
member of the Finance Committeo
and had assisted in tho preparation
of a roport rotlocting strongly on tho
conduct of affairs in tho Polico De
partment. Why does the Minister
not join handB with tho Attorney
General and compol action on tho
charges presented in that roportt
Anot nor thing which has shaken my
confidonco in tho Cabinet, and espe
cially in tho Attoruoy-Gouoral, is
thd introduction of tho Registration
Bill which is most obnoxious to
nntivo Hawaiians. Another reason
for lack of confidonco in tho At-tornoy-Gonoral
was tho introduction
by him of another obnoxious bill,
viz., that relative to validating mort
gages of property by tho Oahu
Railway Company. It is also neces
sary to enter into moro favorable
treaty rolations with the United
States, but tho prosont Cabinet has
not mado any effort to effect such.
Tho country 111 its present situation
cannot afford to evince a hostile
spirit to tho United States. Wo
should show tho United States that
wo aio not hostilo in any way. The
Cabinot, instead of endeavoring to
show signs of an policy, aro only
procrastinating. Ihoy havo not
shown any sign of introducing or
nroparing a financial polity of any
Rop. Kanoalii said that ho airreod
with tho first and last propositions
in the resolution; but that relating
to tho relation existing between tho
Minister of Finance and tho Ameri
can Minister should bo struck out."
lie considered that thoro was
enough in tho first two clauses of
tho resolution to oust tho Cabinot.
Ho favored consideration of the re
solution to-day. Tho House seemed
to waut tho llosh of tho Cabinot,
thou another could bo appointed
and also killed; and thoy could go
on from day to day appointing and
discharging for a yoar to come.
Noble Hoapili paused for a reply
from tho Cabinot relative to whether
any time was desired by them to
answer tho resolution.
Minister Neumann said that it had
been stated that the Cabinet woro
awaro of the introduction of this
resolution. That was not true. Ho
had no knowledge of it; ho, however,
had hoped that it would conio some
time. There wore certain matters
stated in this last resolution which
reflected upon the nioinbors of tho
Cabinet in thoir different personali
ties, and for himself, if given tho
opportunity, ho would answer in un
mistakable language. If tho House
felt disposed to wait until to-morrow
ho would bo gratified, but ho
did not wisli any delay on his per
sonal account becauso ho would bo
pleased to resign now or bo removed
now, it made no material difference
with him. Ho would like whon tho
propor time caino to answer tho
member from Kohala (Kainauoha)
and show where certain mistakes
planted in" that brain found vent
through tho tongue. Ho proposed
to stand by tho Registration and
Oahu Railway Co. bills, oven if that
declaration causo his removal. Nono
woro so blind as those who would
not see, nor nono so deaf as those
who would n.ot hear. As he had
said boforo if U10 House folt dispos
ed to grant until to-morrow for llio
consideration -of tho resolution ho
would bo grateful, if not ho would
bo satisfied to havo tho business go
Noble Hoapili supported tho reso
lution moro particularly on tho last
proposition whoro the Cabinot is
censured for lack of action relative
to tho Polico Department. Ho then
related tho incidents of a disturb
ance at a luau soino few Sundays ago
and tho lack of polico assistance.
Tho Marshal was responsible and if
tho Attornoy-Gonoral could not re
movo him then ho had bottor stop
down and out. Havo hoard it said
that tho desire had been to evict
this Cabinot in favor of anothor
moro favorablo to annexation. If
ho believed that was tho case then
ho would bo willing to havo this
Cabinot rotainod with all tho scand
als attached. Ho represented people
of Hawaii and his instructions woro
to oppose all efforts of annexation,
and ho would now say, as an Hawai
ian, and representing Hawaiians that
ho was opposed to any efforts in that
lino. Ho was willing that cortain
stops toward closer treaty relations
should bo taken, but no annexation,
Rop. R. W. Wilcox favored tho
discussion of tho resolution at once.
Tho Attornoy-Gonoral, it was woll
unown, could ioionti inmsoll at a
moment's notice. Nothing had been
dono with relation to tho reports
mado of tho bad condition of things
in tho Polico Dopartinont.
Minister Nouniann How does tho
monibor know that nothing has boon
dono? Ho would concede that ho
had not consulted tho monibor in
tho matter, but would ask who sup
plied him with tins ialso informa
tion. Rop. R. W. Wilcox desired to
know if it was not truo that tho
committeo reports had not boon
Minister Neumann said that he
had examined tho reports and had
made out a report himself thereon
which ho dosirod referred to a spoeial
committee. Ho had dosirod tho
House to tako action becauso certain
recommendations had been made
which woro moro thoir province to
act on than his.
Rop. R. W. Wilcox moved tho
adoption of tho resolution.
Rop. Nawahi supported tho motion
to striko out all that portion rolativo
to the rolations whiuli may oxist bo-
tweon the Minister 01 a uianco and
tho American Minister. Tho Ameri
can roprosontativo had his recourse if
ho deemed himself libeled in anyway
aud ho should tako it not by mixing
himself up in this resolution. Ho,
at 12, moved rocoss until 1:30 p. m.
Among tho incidoiits of childhood
that stand out in bold relief, as our
inoinory rovorts to tho dayn whon wo
woro young, nono aro moro promi
nent than sovoro BioluiosB. Tho
young mothor vividly romombors
that it was Ohninborlain'fl Cough
lloniody cured hor of croup, and in
turn adminibtors it to hor own off
spring aud always with tho boat re
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