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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, NOV. 22, 1892.
Monday, Nov. i!l.
Sloop Kalulnnl from Pearl Harbor
Tumii.w, Nov. 22.
Am 1)k Porost Queen, Dvrcborg, for Han
Btmr CliiiHlIno for Mnul nnd llnwnil ntfi
Btmr Klnnit for Mnul nnd llnwnil nt 2 p in
Btmr Miknhnln for Knuni, nt B p m
Stmr Wniiunnnlo for Moloknl nnd Mnul
Bclir Heein for Wninnno
Vossola Leaving To-rnorrow.
Stmr llnwnil for Lnhnlnn nnd llnmnkun
Stmr Polo for Kolon nt 10 n m
For Mnul, nor stmr Clnudlnc, Nov 22
Mrs Thos Cnnipboll, Mr Hnckfeld, 11 S
For Mnul r.nd Hawaii, per stmr KInnu,
Xov22 Por Volcano: Mrs II F Wiehiuan,
Miss Dnllnm, Jno W Berry. For wnv
ports: Miss 0 SchlnROtcr, Miss I. Siegfried,
Win lliclinnl. (i BtocoK e. siisa Hnis ncor.
.i it oerrao, hco Jinrris, unns weiglit, M
- rt I. . . .. ... ... S.1- '
H W Scbmldt, O 13 Hrynnt, Mr Kay, Mr
Hrynnt, MrMcngcrsun, Mrs Yeo Ohoiig nnd
child, A Ztmmorinnn nnd wife, Mrs J It
wiisoh, v Jiornor.
Tho stenmer Hawaii will leave for ports
on Maui nnd Hawaii to-morrow.
The steamer' l'elo will leave to-morrow
for Kauai with ISO tons of coal and several
thousand feet of lumber.
The brigantine W. G. Irwin which sailed
yesterday carried the following shipments:
Sing (Jhong it Co., 130 bags rice; M Phillips
A Co., -U0 bags rice: Hyman Dros., 11)27
bugs rico; M. B. Uriubaum & Co., 2500 bags
rico; W. G. Irwin it Co., Ki'Jt bags rice.
Domestic value, $23,214.
. The steamer Iwalatil ran stern aground
fl" tho bar on Sunday morning when
Jjllw) coming in, through her hugging
J.1?, "1 too close. She stayed thero over
null an i,our wlon )ler cargo was shifted
and she gi,t o)r, xho Iwalani came into
port and wl,s otlml to b(J lCakinR. She was
.Hauled on t.-,0 lMarine Jtailway yesterday
for inspection), whon itwas folJ that she
ii in uecii umiij Mra.wt nenr tll0 rudder,
1 " , , .scraped near the rudd
at wrKSrepairiiiK the damage.
. ?,otBS?r.0" draught at Benson,
Smith & Coy,
r . a.
,?f aV'iiiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Ellt3 Ice Cream Parlors."
A.ffr HlmviiKi" nsn nimninlim Klrin
jtmc. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotol. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Tolophono 682.
For island views and artistic photos
go to the Aloha Gallery, Sevorin &
Bolster, Fort streot. Amateur work
For Thanksgiving Day order your
mince pies from tho ''Elito Ice Cream
Parlors." A No. 1 "quality guaran
teed. Bo sure and send your order
Fourteen .Days or Less.
Tho law says tho candidate's nomi
nation paper must bo deposited with
the Minister of tho Intonor "not less
than 14 days before the day of elec
tion." Tho election begins on tho
29th at 8 a.m. Mr, Hocking's nomi
nation papor was deposited at 3:40
p.m. on tho 15th day of November,
lfiUi 8:40 p.m.
Kith 3:40 p.m.
17th 3:40 p.m.
18th 3:40 p.m.
l'Jth 3:10 p.m.
20th 3:40 p.m.
21st 8:40 p.m.
22ud 3:10 p.m.
23rd 3:40 p.m.
24th 3:10 p.m.-
25th 3:40 p.m.
2lith 3:40 p.m.
271 h 3:10 p.m.
28th 3:40 p.m.
2'.)th 8 a.m.
Is that "not loss" than 14 days bo
foro t ho day of election? X.
Following is tho order of service
at St. Andrew's Cathedral Thursday
next, Thanksgiving Day, at 10 a. in.:
Festival responses Tallis
Vonito and Glorias Chipp in E
To Deiun in B Minor. .Dudloy Buck
Jubilate Deo in F Wray Taylor
Anthem "Yo Shall Dwell in tho
Hymn "Come Yo Thankful
Sermon Rev. Alex. Mackintosh
Hymn '-Wo Plough the Field
Organ Postludo-Harvost Thanks
giving March Calkin
At Central Union Church.
Tho following is tho program for
tho Thanksgiving Day service at 11
n. in. in Central Union Church;
"l.ojoico iu tho Lord" Tours
Duet "Though Your Sins bo as
Miss Halstead and Mr. Itoudsky.
Solo "The Hearer of Prayor"...Dana
Response "Holy, Holy, Holy".
Address Rev. Dr. Beck with
Mr. W. JL Terry, who has been in
the drug business at Elkton, Ky., for
tho past twelvo years, says: "Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy gives bettor
sausiuouon man any omor cougn
medicine 1 havo over sold," There
is good reason for this. No other
will cure a cold so quickly; no othor
is so certain a preventive and cure
for croup; no other affords so much
roliof in cases of whooping cough,
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawaii
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Pnill Tsnlilmrf lms sninn r.ii fn(.
! gobblers for snlo.
A Japanese forfeited $ti for drunk
enness in the Polico Court this
t Tho Hnnn nnd Kipnhulii plnutn
tlons wore expected to start in grind
Football meeting at the Y. M. C.
a. at v:;hji. m. au uuoresieu are
asked to bo present.
Tho local photos mounted on
holiday cards, sold by tho Golden
Rule Bazaar, aro very catchy.
A -man named Robt. Kapu has
been arrested for interfering with a
policeman in tho courso of his duty.
The Waikiki Poultry Yard has
young turkeys and sucking pigs for
Thanksgiving and Christinas. See
It is intended to havo the corner
stone of tho now Masonic Temple
laid on Decombor 27th, St. John's
Mrs. H. F. Wichinau, Miss Dal
lam and Jno. W. Berry loft on the
Kinau this afternoon for tho Vol
cano. M. S.' Lovj' opened a fancy dry
goods store yesterday in tho Mc
jnoriiy building. The display is
Thoro will bo a game of baseball
on the 28th hist, between the Ka-
mohamoha and tho How Do You
Like It nines.
P. O'Sullivan ran against a troo at
Roinond Grovo on Saturday night,
barking his proboscis and ot herwiso
damaging his facial structure.
Ahytmo looking for live stock can
securo sumo at tho auction sale by J .
F. Morgan at J. I. Dowsett's stable,
Queen streot, on Saturday at noon.
Tho name of Henry Watorhouso
is posted up all over Kauai as a
candidate for Noble to fill the
vacancy made by Hon. G. N. Wilcox.
J. jj. Morgan will holil an assig
nee's salo of a lino stock of general
merchandise at his salesroom at 10
o'clock to-morrow bjT order of L. B.
J. F. Morgan will sell real estate
belonging to tho late James Harris
at his salesroom at noon to-morrow.
Tho property is specilied in another
Under a law of this session D. S.
Kahookano has beon appointed act
ing Police Justice for North Kohala.
Tho old law did not recognize an
Owing to tho critical condition of
Prof. G. L. Babcock, living in the
vicinity, the concert at Emma
Squaro was stopped shortly after
8:30 o'clock last night.
Tho Elolo plant, sold under fore
closure of mortgage by Jas. F. Mor
gan to-daj', was bought in by C. T.
Gulick, trustee, for $475 a figure
far below its actual value.
Tho two inon reported yesterday
as arrested for stealing Government
lanterns wore released. Tho globe
could not bo identified, as a lantern
was found at Kakaako without a
stamp which fittod the globo.
F; Horn, of the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Bakery, will
have mince, cranberry and apple
pies specially made for Thanksgiv
ing Day. Tho quality of the articles
coming from that establishment is
Ah Jim, Chinese, was arrested bo-
iwoen l aim z o ciocK tins morning
suspected of chickon stealing. As
the case could not bo proved, a
charge of vagrancy was substituted,
and .Mm was found guilty and sen
tenced to 90 days' imprisonment at
.hard labor. Jim was arrested a
week ago, and later released.
There was a smallpox scare on
board tho steamer Mariposa a few
days out from Honolulu. Tho ship's
doctor unguardedly lot out an opin
ion that a caso of illness on board
was one of that loathsome disease.
Almost a panic was produced, al
though, in tho caso of many, quaran
tine at Honolulu was a greater terror
than the immediate risk of catchin
smallpox. Furthor watchin
avo tho doctor
son to change
Tho Holomua has had some rather
sharp and amusing frivolities on
events and happenings during tho
past week, mingled with more, or
loss serious reflections and obsorva
t ions, tinged with cleverly expressed
political animus on tho political
situation. Various peoplo havo had
tho credit of the authorship as
signed to them, but whoever the
real writer is ho must be very well
informed on tho political situation
and the little moves ami tricks which
but for him would never have seen
tho light of day. Thoso who desire
such information should read his
otFusions ovon if his pen is occasion
ally dipped iu gall.
For some tinio past fowls havo
been found missing from the hen
coops of residents of Palaina. Last
Thursday A. Fernandez missed
twenty chickens and search as ho
might none of them could bo found.
Early this morning Mrs, Fernandez,
his mother, came down town intend
ing to go to the market. On Mauua
kea streot she saw a fowl whose
color and appearance seemed familiar
to her, She asked tho Chinaman to
let her inspect it. As soon as the
Chinaman took it out of the basket
she identified and claimed it. When
asked whore ho got it the Chinaman
said that he bought it from a native.
The Chinaman, whoso name is Chan
Chong, was arrested for tho theft of
tlio lowl, valued at i, unong had
often came to Mrs. Fernandez and
asked her whether she wanted to
sell him chickens. Whon asked how
sho know that the fowl was hor pro
perty she replied that she ought to
know, because she raised it when it
Tuesday. Nov. 22, 1892.
Assembly convened at 10 o'clock
for prayer by tho Chaplain.
The minutes of tho provious meet
ing wore read by the Clerk and by
tho Interpreter and wore ordered
approved as read.
The Minister of Interior present
ed a petition from the Chairman of
Inspectors of Election of tho First
Precinct of tho Eighth District
(Ewa, Oahu) for reimbursement of
expenses incurred in dofonco of cer
tain acts and of which they had
been acquitted by the Supremo
Court. Referred to Committee on
Tho Minister also introduced a
resolution that tho Commit too on
Finance of tho House visit tho oillco
of the Board of Health and destroy
tho vouchors for rations at tho Leper
Settlement and those of tho store at
Kalawao and relating to the past
biennial period. Carried.
Tho Order of tho Day being moved
tho Unfinished Business, considera
tion of the proposed Amendment to
Article 83 of tho Constitution, came
up. On motion consideration was
deferred until 1 1 o'clock.
Bill 191, relating to treason, tho
special ordor of tho day, was also de
ferred until a futuro time.
Bill 127, to amend Chapter VII or
the Session Laws of 1887 relating to
Public Health, came up on second
reading. The bill proposed to make
tho Minister of Interior ex ojlicio
President of the Board of Health.
Aftor a short discussion a motion to
indefinitely postpone was put and
lost, and one to ro-rofor tho bill to a
special committee carried.
Bill 191, to amond an act relating
to Road Boards and Road Super
visors, was read a third time and
Bill (5a, to authorize the sale of
light wines and beer, came up on
Discussion was continued on the
general subject of tho bill, Rep.
Ashford claiming that its passage
would bo a stop in aid of temper
ance by reducing tho illicit salo of
vilo compounds which were now
given out all over tho islands. Ho
also favored tho freo and general
establishment of dispensaries of
light wines and beers, claiming that,
to curtail the limit thereof as re
garded location would bo only an
aid and assistance to gin and whisky
Noble Young was pronounced in
his objection to tho passage of tho
proposed bill. Ho pictured tho
misery already resulting from the
freedom givon in permitting Hawai
ians to indulge in liquors. Ho
moved tho indefinite postponement
of tho bill.
Rep. Smith was in accord with tho
sentiments of Noble Young; ho also
favored tho indefinite postponement
of tho bill.
Ponding action the Assembly at
11:55 took recess until 1:30.
Proclamation Issued by the Presi
dent of tho Unitod States.
President Harrison has issued tho
Customary Thanksgiving proclama
tion, which occurs on Thursday,
November 21th, and is as follows:
Tho gifts of God to our peoplo
during tho past year have been so
abundant and so special that the
spirit of devout thanksgiving awaits
not a call but only the appointment
of a day when it may havo common
expression. Ho has stayed pestilence
at our doors. Ho has given us more
love for free civil institutions, in tho
creation of which his directing pro
vidence is so conspicuous. Ho has
awakened deeper reverence for tho
law. He has widened out philan
thropy ly ;i call to succor (listless in
other lands. IJo lias blessed our
schools and is bringing forward a
patriot ic and G od-feariug generat ion
toexecufnhis great and benevolent
designs for our country. He has
given us a great iucreaso in material
wealth and a wido diffusion of con
toiitmeut and comfort in tho homes
of our people, and he has given his
grace to tho sorrowing.
Now, therefore, 1, Benjamin Har
rison, President of the United States,
do call upon all our people to ob
serve, as we have been wont, Thurs
day, tho 21th day of this month of
November, as a (fay of thanksgiving
to God for his mercies and of sup
plication for his continued care and
The Banco Session.
Since last report tho following
hearings havo come up in tho Su
premo Court in banco:
il. J. Silva and others vs. Anton
lloinen. Trover. Hatch and Ma-
goon for plaiutiir-appellant; Ashford
for defendant. Argued and sub
mitted. In re Joseph Htibash, alleged
bankrupt, Appeal from J3ickerton,
I., iu Chambers. Carter for peti
tioners, appellant; Ashford for res
pondent. Motion of Ashford to
strike from tho calendar. Argued
Iu the matter of the petition of
tho Wailuku Sugar Co. for a writ of
prohibition against Clans Spreckels
and others. Smith and Thurston &
Froar for petitioners; Hatch for res
pondent; Ashford for kuleana hold
ers. The last mentioned caso has given
rise to the following; In tho matter
of tho petition of Claus Spreckels
for a writ of prohibition against W.
H. Halstead and tho Wailuku Suvar
Co. Same counsel for the respective
Both these cases were in argument
when tho Court took recess at noon
to-day. Tlio second one arises from
tho appointment pro tern of W. H.
Halstead instead of S. 13. Kaiuo, on
account of tho hitler's interest, on
thu Commission of Private Ways and
Water Rights. Thu petition of de
fendant is against recognition of Mr.
Halstead as a legal Commissioner.
THE PRESENT ISSUE.
Mrs. Iioavitt't) Viowo on Jight Bovor
ngos and Woman's nights in the
Mrs. Mary Clement Leavitt, the
temperance lecturer, delivered . a
lecture at tho Y. M. C, A. hall last
evening. There was a large attend
ance although thoro wore seats for a
few more. Seated on the platform
besides Mrs. Leavitt were Mrs. ,1. il,
Whitney, President of the V. C T.
U., and Dr. C. M. Hyde. The lecturer
spoke for nearly an hour and a half,
dwelling on the Wino and Beer Hill
in tho Legislature, saying that it
would bo the worst thing this coun-
Ltry over had, should the bill pass.
bho appealed to legislators, if any
wero present, giving incidents illus
trative of her remarks. Thelecluio
was interesting throughout. With
regard to woman having a say in tho
granting of licenses for these wino
and beer houses, she said that slio
certainly had a right, and a forcible
one too, and she was very much dis
gusted with tho honorable Noble
who said in tho House that woman
did not havo a right.
If tho bill passed light beverages
would not only be on tap, but dis
tilled liquors also. She gave an in
stance of a light beer saloon, whore
a certain tap was turned for tho
beer nnd another for whisky in the
same barrel. Beer bloated peoplo
and inado them fat, but it is not
healthy fat. She applied this re
mark to Germans, who were groat
boor-drinkers. In closing her lec
turo she advised all interested in tho
welfare of Hawaii to preserve the
autonomy of tho Kingdom, and
spurn annexation, as it would kill
Dr. Hyde wished tho audience to
thank tho lecturer and asked those
who favored tho bill to say
ana tnoso who uicuit to say "no
solitary man responded "aye."
For Nearly 30 Years' Well-known
imiln fnr ThiinfcMt.iviiifr
Strictly l'ure and Highly Flavorech
ICE CREAMS & SHERBETS,
Pure and Wholesome Family & Milk Bread
l- HOKN'S CKI.KliHATKI)
Frchh from the ovens every morning at 10
o'clock except Sundays at
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and
Kort and .s'liuanu street.
fpwo xichia' vun-
X iiishcl Hooms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
UVAI, IMU..MJHKS. lil
Iteiotaniu street, op
posite I'ort .street church.
Apply to IS. 1. I.II.I.IK,
At Thco. II. Davies iV Co.
1.W HOUS1. OK I'lVK
rooms, on Magazine
street, with liathroom, pat
ent v. (1.. etc. Commands
one of tho llnest views in Honolulu.
to (177-tf) j. si. vi v;
Oil A KKW SIONTHS
a l.artre Unfurnished
uoom or Detached Out
building, .suitable for a
painting room. Address
(V77-1W 1. O, ltox Ml.
A NICK C0TTA0K OX
Ileretunlii idreet, near
l'iikol Htreet, I'lmtiilning
Parlor, 2 HedrooniH. Ilulh-
room, Dlnlnurooin. Pantrv and Kitchen
Servants room, Carriugo House, Stable, etc.
Trumi'iiiH nans every 2U minutes. Apply at
oillco of this paper. -I.H-tf
FOR SALE or LEASE
.led by Mr.' 10. Hulir, will
bo for sialo or lear-o alien-
conable price or rental, Tho (iroiindi) con
tain a variety of Pruit and Ornamental
Trees. The Commodious Dwelling Is well
itirnishcd with modern improvements and
conveniences. Uoomy Hani and a 2-ltoom
Cottage for servants. Por fnithcr particu
lars, apply to JOHN PNA,
Oillco Inter-lslaml Steam Navigation
For Yokohama !
Tho Nippon Yusou Kalslia's Steamship
" Yamashiro Maru"
Will leave this port for Yokohama direct
on or about
IW Por particulars regarding Preight
and Passage, apply to
W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
lt& i ii, 'T'YtffL
J.F. ALLEN &C0J
Hobron, Newman & Co.
C0ItXl.ll l-'OltT AM) KIXO STHKUTR.
Monday, Nov. 21st
M. S. LEVY'S
Dry & Fancy Goods
-E T 5 EF
Camarinos' Kalihi Ranch
Turkeys, Geese, Heavy Roosters
Now being PI'OZKX will be ready for
delivery before or on the morning
of Thank(;iving Day.
Dressed All Ready for the Oven!
S HI'l-l'l.M. MM. 01
Smyrna Figs, Raisins, Dates,
Nuts of all kinds, Etc., Etc.,
the Holiday nnd Postivu KeuMin.
l'liio-. to i-uit the time.
California Fruit Market.
ST- Mutual Tel. ;!7d. ."7!t-lm
W. H. CORNWALL.
POIt TUP, ISLANDS OP
MAUI, MOLOKAI AND
lliil.1. 411 -TKI.PPHONKS Mi'Tiw. HI
$ 0.7.'i Pert ord ... I Pool Lengths
$i;UKJ Per Cord I Poot Lengths
OTJ ".AV ".A..
iflu.OO Pur Cord I Poot Lengths.
ttf- Dullveied to any part of Honolulu
HUSTACE & CO.
np No. HI on
SltMf BEAVER SALOON,
The Best Luncli iu Town.
Tea. and Coffee
AT A 1.1. HODltS.
TUB FINEST JJHAND.S OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HASH.
H. J. 3ST03LiTE3, Prop.
Thanksgiving and Xmas !
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
KOI. T1IK PAST SIX MONTHS IS
Elegeiirt Condition for tlie TslToI !
We lo not oiler Skeleton tird for ntc nt $l..r0 n piece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
-Dressed a.iicl Iced If Desired
AXl) )i:i,IVI.Iti:f) T1IK SIOltXINfl OP DAY KOU USK
, It-l.lve Weight of Uircls var.xinn from 12 to 20 lb. -H
Prices to S-u.it E-veryloocl-y !
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Ojlicr of J). IF. liurnhtim, Chief nf Cowtruelhn, World'
Columbian Ex position, 1 l-i-1 The llankery, Chicago,
May 9, 1892.
M. A. SEED DRY PLATE CO.,
St. Louis, Vo.
1A lait ortier for Plates 'arrived very promptly. Please accept
thanks for being so proit.
T with to state, that I urn using your Plates exclusively for all
work done on these yroundi for the ojjieiut record of construction.
Of course comment by me as to the yood nualities of the Seed
Plate are entirely unnecessary. i
C. 1). A nxoi.n,
The Seed Plates
par .a:r,:e for sale oisnirsr by
109 Fort Street,
- jr.- 3i
104 Fort Street, KCoiaol-ulu..
I J Live you seen the jYcw llowitn
J lave iou seen
the A'iijht downs
Have ion seen the
.Vie Art Silks
Have you seen the Mousquetuirc
I'aie at Sachs' Storet
Have you sei n
the New Silk
win know that the Latest Novelties and Most Stylish
is lie found at Sachs' Start t
11 Y LAST 8Ti.AMI.lt A PCLL LISP OP
.A.S FOliLiCWS :
lllatsk Caihmere 12-ineh wide, fiO cents per
va nl nnd upwards.
Illack India Lawn, lilack Prench Lawn.
Illack Salteen in Plain and Pignred,
Itlack Calico in Plain and Poured.
F. EHLERS &
Dressmaking under the mnmiKBiiicnt of Miss K
The Only Men-Dyspeptic Hot Cakes!
-.jrTWrTmw1ff RlS.Rrl -rv&.y 4T-
Hot Cakes Made from this wJi-,,iftsA,;!Vs
MITCHELL & PETERSON, San Francisco Agents.
A XKW PI ItKT-CLABS VAM I I.Y HATH.
r Iiik Ituwirt has been opened at Wnl
klkl under the abov-j name by Mas, 12. U.
HottK, for the comfort and convenience of
thu-e wishing to enjoy a sea bath. It U
situated a little beyond the Villa. Tram
cars pass the K"1"'
X. II.- Special arrangements have been
made for Family Picnic, and P.voning
ItathiiiK Purties. MH-tf
Subscribe for the
Daily Ilulletin, 60
I cents per month.
EIor.oltj.lTji, HC. I.
Sashes at X. S. Sachs' Storet
that are selling for $1.K) at .Saclis'l
for Drapes and Fancy Work at
Ihiitrcs.teti Kid (Ho vex for $1.60
Slrijicd and I'olku Dot Cliuillcs
I lilack, Cotton, Silk and Kid Cloves in all
lllaek .Stockings for Ladies and Children.
Illack Sill; Warn Ilcnriettf Cloths,
P.tc, Ltc, Ptc, Ktc.
are Delicious and Easily Digested.
HUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which we will sell at tho Very lowest
at tho Very
Bell 414 TELEPHONE Mutual 414
1'IKUltl. JOXP.S, Hi. XUUAXU
enue, would be ulad of a limited
of orders for l'ainthn; in.QH or
Vutor.color; on Silk, Satin, Oauviu, etc.
S?3 A -.fcJI