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FROM AND AFTKU OCT01IUK 1. 1S02.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1892.
Wbuniwiiay. Nov. 23.
Btnir J A Cummins from Koolnn
TllUUSllAY, Nov. 21.
Am sehr Gov
times, Davis, for l'ort
Am bk Martha Davis
Soule, for Philippine
Stmr James Makcc for "Waiaiwo,
Kahuku and Punaluu at 12 m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Mis yacht Hiram Bingham
the South Sens
The stenmor "V. G. Hnll will bo duo to
morrow afternoon from windward ports.
The steamer James Mukce left nt noon
to-day for ports on this island for sugar.
The Missionary yacht Hiram Ilingham
will leavo for the South Seas eithcr.to-nior-row
or dny nfter.
The sailing of the schooner Gov. Ames
in bnllnst for Port Townsend wus delayed
by the prevailing southerly winds.
WHITK In Honolulu, Nov. 24, to the
wife of 0. M. White, n daughter.
QUAY AtKwa Plantation, Nov. 21, lS'.U,
Mrs. Geo. Gray,
A Sailor Arrested With a Italic of
the Spanish War.
Roinhardt Biuhmn, a sailor on Iho
Gorman bark .1. G. Glado was anost
t'd last, night for carrying a concoal
od weapon nuar Uio city front. Tho
revolver is an old-fasltionud Iwolvo
chambor. Uisham was discharged
this morning, as it was proved that
the thing was not loaded and ho had
no intention of using it. He gave
tho following story of how he
eamo by it. Tho revolver was
given to his father by a comrade
in the Spanish war, after it uncl
ouded, and on his death it was given
to his mother as a momonto of the
wars. Tho mot her kept it for years,
and prior to tho bark Glado's loav-
nig Liverpool Bishani asked her to
lot him tako it to Honolulu to soil it.
Tho mother was nothing loath, but
on tho contrary was glad to got rid
of tho dangerous firearm. Bishain
was bringing it ashoro to soil last
night whou ho was "nabbed." Ho
has givou up tho revolver and it will
holu a place in tho Station as one of
tho ancjont curios in firearms, this
uot being tho only ono.
Thanksgiving Day Concert.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Baud, Prof. H. Borgor, leader, will
give a concert this evening at tho
Hawaiian Hotel beginning at 7:80
o'clock. Following is tho program:
Choral-Old Hundredth, . .Ifatih
Overturo America Clauss
Cornet Duet Lover's Farewell (now)
Grand Fantasia Populur Airs (now)
Llpollpo. Mulunnl. Muhiua Malaiiiulania,
Solo sung by J)uniel'Moe.
Medley llccolleetious .. .lloyer
Fantasia On the Millstream. Kilunburg
Waltz Vienna Stories . .Strauss
Medley North nnd South .Tobani
TnE Bkst Plasteii. Dainpon a
piece of ilannol with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and bind it on over tho
Boat of pain. It is bettor than any
piaster. Whoa tho lungs aro sore
Biioh an application on tho chest
and another on tho back, botwoon
tho ahouldor blades, will often pre
vent pnoumonia. Thoro is nothing
so good for a lamo back or a pain in
tho side. A sore t hroat can noarly
always bo cured in ono night by ap
plying a flannel bandage dampened
with Pain Balm. 50 cent bottles for
sale by all doalorH, Bonson, Smith
& Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
60 cents a month,
IiOOATj AND GENERAL
Some of tho schools were given a
holiday to-day, others woro not.
Thoro was no session of tho Legis
lature to-day. It wil convene to
Both banks closed oarly to-day, as
also did tho Government building.
Tho grocors closed at 10 a.m.
Mrs. Georgo Gray, whoso husband
will bo roinotnbored as a former Cus
tom Houso otlioial, died this morn-
A now candy store will bo opened
by A. L. Cron in a portion of hm lato
storo on Hotel street, on Saturday
A mooting of patriotic Hawaiians
will tako placo on Monday next,
Independence Day, at Kawaiahao
Tho fuuoral of tho lato Mrs. G.
Gray will tako placo this aftoruoon
at 1:80 o'clock from St. Andrew's
Prof. Uorgor has arranged an at
tractive program for tho Thanks
giving concert at the Hawaiian Ho
tel this evening.
Our fifth article on tho Appro
priation Bill dealing with tho At-tornoy-Gonoral's
Miss Etta A. Burgess, contralto,
and Mr. Sheldon Painter, baritone,
will sing at tho Kaumakapili concert
Monday evening next.
A man named Brown was arrested
yost onlay for harboring a deserter
from ono of tho war vessels in port.
This morning ho was discharged as
no case could bo niado out against
Tickots for tho concert at Kau
makapili Church next Monday aro
now on sale at T. G. Thrum's book
store, Fort street. Tho admission
will bo twonty-fivo conts. A fine
program is being arranged.
Tho caso of chickon-stealing pre
ferred by Mrs. Fornandoz against a
Chinaman was nol. pros'd this morn
ing. Tho Chinaman arrested owns
a duck and chicken ranch near "Wai
kahalulu bridgo, and sells chickens
and ducks killed and cleaned for
lift 3 cents.
Farewell to tho old church on
Fort street will bo taken by Central
union unurcli in a special sorvico
next Sunday evening. It is expected
that tho now church at Borotania
and Richards streets will bo dedi
cated to public worship on tho fol
Another Chinaman was sentenced
to six months' imprisonment at hard
labor this morning in tho Police
Court for vagrancy. Tho Chinaman
denied that ho was a vagrant and
said that ho was a partner in a fruit
storo on Maunakea street. When his
alleged partner was called, ho stated
that ho know nothing of tho man.
D. M. Crowley's second historical
play entitled ''Oceanica" was suc
cessfully rehearsed last evening.
Sailors from tho U. S. S. Boston will
assist in tho rolo-of Captain Cook's
tars. Some of tho sconery is finished
and Messrs. Wcstly and Johnson aro
at work on a scene, showing part of
tho Resolution and tho huts and
mountains on land. Tho cast will
bo present od in a few days.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Lililia
stieet for sale.
Root Beor on
Smith Aj Co.'s.
draught at Bonson,
Hawaiian lAins and Curios at "Tho
Elite Ice Cream Parlors."
Afti'r shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. l5ciiM)!i, Smith Aj Co., Agents.
Sunburn luliovcd at once by Cu
cumbnr Tonic. Benson, Smith As Co.,
Ka Maile has removed to 10.', Fort
.sheet, tho storo foriuoily occupied
by Fiank Gertz.
Dr. MoLonnan, 181 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 082.
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Seveiiu A;
Bolster, Fort street. Amateur work
Mechanics' Homo, fi'J and (51 Hotel
stroot. Lodging by day, wcok or
month 25c. and fiUo. a night j $1
and $1.2."5 a week.
For Thanksgiving Day order vour
mince pies from tho ''Elite Ice Cream
Parlors." A No, I qualitj' guaran
teed. Be sure and send j'ottr order
For tho Season.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co, aro dis
playing Dinner, Breakfast, Chamber
and Tea Sots in Doulton Ware and
Copulaudj oxamphfe suitable for
presents in Haviland, Copoland,
Royal Worcester, Royal Devon nnd
Bisque; Bisque Figaros; Rochester
Lamps; a few Fancy Clocks, and
many other articles.
Huighiua Buckets, nlain and naint-
od,. in nests, livory housekeeper
should have a supply of those.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests of
tho most improved patterns.
Pictures and Picture Frames.
Picture Framing in all its branches
A visit to tho art rooms is invited.
Thoro was quite a motoorio shower
last ovening, Between eight and
ton o'clock "shooting stars" aver
aged about ono por lniuuto. the
greater part moving south, radiating
from a point somewhat north of tho
Tho modern man acknowledges
This paradox so grim.
When ho eun't 'raise the wind" It la
An awful hlow to him. Huston CUmcr,
Wednesday, Nov. 28, 1802.
Tho Assembly was called to order
at 1 :80 sharp, the following members
answered to tho roll call, used for
tho first time, in accord with tho
resolution passed at tho morning
Present Minister Jones; Nobles
Walker, Hopkins, Pun, Williams,
Maile, Knuhano, J. M. Horner, Hoa
pili, Marsdon, Young, Baldwin, W.
Y. Homer, Walbridgo. Anderson
and Droior; Reps. Bipikano, Ash
ford, Aki, S. K. Pun, Kauhi, R. W.
Wilcox, A. Horner. Kauuamano, Ka
innuoha, Waipuilani, Kapahu, Na
liinu, White, Kanealii, Edmonds,
Kalua, Iosopa, Akinn and Smith.
Absent. Ministers Wilcox, Robin
son and Brown; Nobles Bergor, Enn,
Peterson, Cummins, Hind, Thurston
nnd Kanoa; Reps. WHdor, Bush,
Koahou and A. S. Wilcox. 11.
Noblo Baldwin moved that tho
further consideration of tho pro
posed now Article be deferred until
next Saturday. Carried.
Tho Appropriation Bill cauio up
for consideration on tho second
reading and Sections 1 and 2 and tho
enacting clause wore passed.
Under suspension of tho rules tho
Appropriation Bill was brought up
on third reading and tho itoms woro
ordered considered seriatim.
Her Majesty's Privy Purse, ?30,000.
Tho Minister of Finance present
ed a double item to cover tho amount.
Ono third of the period had passed,
some of tho money had been drawn,
ho ofibred and recommended tho
passago of two separated items.
Rop. Ashford said that tho theor'
presented by tho Minister of Finance
was wrong i. o. that all overdrafts
should bo allowed without recogni
tion of tho deductions proposed by
tho Legislature. Tho proposition of
tho Minister would cause tho raising
of salaries 8.'H percent. Those who
had drawn at tho old rate should
have to disgorge. Touching upon
mo Dins passed to onaolo the pay
ment of salaries until Nov. 80th, ho
said that ho had had tho opinion of
ono of tho judges that tho Legisla
ture could only rightfully pass ono
Appropriation Bill and no more.
(Cries of "rot, rot"). Continuing ho
said that it might bo rot, but tho
opinion was not his, if it was rot it
would not bo 'tho first sample of
rot from that source. (Laughter and
Tho Minister of Financo said that
monoy had boon appropriated to
cover salaries on tho old basis up to
Nov. 80th. Ho had figured tho pro
bablo expenditures under Section 1
and thoy footed up .?2,70(vlf0.10 the
estimated revenues excluding anj
revenue from an opium license,
should ono bo passed, amounted to
Rop. Ashford was opposed to tho
method of tho Minialor interpreting
the law. Tho salaries should bo
paid in accord with tho appropria
tions made, and not ono portion paid
atone rate and another portion at
another rate. Officials who had
ovordrawn should refund.
Rop. Smith agreed with the Min
ister of Finance. The only way was
to separate tho amounts as had been
proposed. Tho salaries up to Nov
ember had been ordoiod paid at the
old rates. A new schedule could be
niado to run from December 1st.
Noble Baldwin favored the pro
portion made ly tin iUmirlor. Ho
did not think that it would be right
to ask the return of money, nor did
he think it could bo acooinpliihod.
If salaiies were lowered the class of
ollicials would not bo (ho samo.
Noblo Marsdon considered thai
all of tho ollicials now employed
would bo well pleased to slay (A en
at i educed salaries. It was' right
and proper to pay living salaiies hut I
unless thoro woro further reductions I
in salaries tho expenditures would '
not bo anywhere near within the
Noblo J. M. llornor referred to
tho salary of His lato Majesty and
then said that t he count ry had come
to (ho aid of His Majesty whoa ho
was in trouble and had given him
financial assistance. Now tho coun
try was in trouble and ho considered
that tho Queen might bo satisfied
with tho income from tho Crown
Lands, which amounted to 8121,000
for tho period, and not require any
Noblo Baldwin said that ho had
understood that her Majesty was
willing that her salary should bo re
duced. Ho would ask for informa
tion on that point.
Tho Minister of Finance rotated
that tho Cabinet had mentioned the
matter of retrenchment to her Maj-
0SI3'. mio had, alter obtaining a
copy of tho Appropriation Bill, re
turned it with some reductions, but
thoro was no change in tho Civil
After some further discussion (he
Minister of Finance moved that tho
item road as follows: Her Majesty's
Privy Purse, March 81 to November
80, 181)1, $18,882; December 1, 1891,
to .March 81, 18S12, 20,000, a total of
Tho ayes and nays being called
tho result showed tho item passed
13' a vote of 85 to 8, as follows:
Ayes Ministors Wilcox, Robinson,
Jones and Brown; Nobles Borgor,
Enn, Hopkins, Pua, Cummins, Wil
liams, Maile, Kaiihaue, Hoapili,
oung, iJnldwia, Walbridgo, Andor
boii, Droior; Hops. Wilder, iiipiliii'i
Aki, Pun, ICmihi, R. W. Wilcox, Kn
iiiiniunm), Kninaiiohii, Waipuilani,
Kunnliu, Nuliiiui, Whito, Knnonlii,
Knltina, Io.supa, Akiua, Smitli ,'15.
Noos - Noblos .1. M. Hornor, Hind,
Alarhdou, W. V. Hornor; Hops. A&h
ford, UiihIi, A. Uornur, Edmonds 8.
Absont Noblos J'olornon, Thurs
ton, Kanoa; Hops. Koahou, A, S.
llor Jtoyal Hiyhnosa Princoss Ka
iulani, Hoir Apparent, 18000,
Tho Minister of Finance proposed
on account of a portion being
drawn to have it divided thus:
To November 80, 1802, $8833,28; lo
March 31, 18!M, $l(5(iu."2: total &000.
Rep. Ashford prowled against
tho proposed reduction lor tlie latter
portion of tho poiiod which would
4)0 at tho rate of S7(XK). What was
justico to tho Queen was justice to
tho Princess as well as to everyone
else along the lino who got salaries.
Ho moved thai tho amount total bo
made .?10,(XK). Ho proposed (o givo
tho Ministers a doso of (heir own
medicine. Ho also advocated Iho
change of tho word "Apparent" to
Noblo Marsdon favored tho
amount presented by tho Ministers.
llii was going to slick to economy
right through tho bill. If tho Min
isters niado an effort to teduco sala
ries ho would assist them; if to raise
then lie would fight them.
Rop- -K- W. Wilcox moved that the
amount lie $12,000 to include travel
ing expenses. Tho Queen, who was
born nnd obtained her education in
Hawaii, had been blamed for ruling
according to Hawaiian precedent.
It had boon claimed thai she should
appoint Cabinets according to Eng
lish precedent. Now tho Princoss
was abroad and opportunity should
bo given to have her journoy
through different countries and be
come acquainted with tho precedents
in vogue. It would bo well to have
her well-grounded in English prece
dents for Cabinet-making so that no
fault could bo found with hor when
slio assumed that prerogative.
Rop. Kanealii favored $8000. Tra
veling abroad and learning English,
French, Spanish or Gorman amount
ed to nothing. When alio returned
sho would have to tako tho oath of
ollico in Hawaiian. Kalakaua lnni;
self had said after all his travels that
"Hawaii was tho best."
On motion tho a3-es and nays wore
taken on tho item at S12,000; lost by
a vote of 25 to tho 15, as follows:
Ayes Nobles D. W. Pua, Cum
mins, Mailo, Rops. Bipikano, Ash
ford, Aki, S. K. Pua, R. W. Wilcox,
A. Hornor, Waipuilani, Kapahu.
wane, jcimoiuis, iosopa, AKina in.
Noes Ministers Wilcox, Robin
son, Jonesj and Brown, Noblos Bor
gor, Hopkins, Kauhane, J. M. Horn
or, Hind, Hoapili, Marsdon, Young,
W. Y. Hornor, Walbridgo, Ander
son, Droior, Rops. Wilder, Kauhi,
Bush, Kauuamano, Kamaaolia, Na
hiaa, Kanealii, Kaluun, Smith 25.
Absent, Nobles Ena, Peterson,
Williams, Baldwin, Thurston, Ka
noa, Reps. Koahou, A. S. Wilcox.
Tho item passed, as proposed b'
Jrep. Ashford, at $10,000.
Just before adjournment tho Pres
ident appointed as a Temperance
Commission to report to tho Legis
lature of 18'Jl, in accord with Noblo
Thurston's previously presented
resolution, tho following: Noblo
Marsdon, Rop. Bush, Noblo Ena,
Rop. Smith and the Attornoy-Gon-oral.
At 1:01, on motion, tho Assembly
adjourned until Friday morning at
oni c AnrMTo
I NEW YORK.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COUN'KK KOUT AM) KINO BTlttitiTS.
TWO NIOKIA' Kllit-
X ni.shcd KooiiiH, ecu
I in mini ut
DUVAL PUKMIHKS, 111
llurctiiulii Btrcut, un
lmsilo Foit Ktri'ot church.
Ainilyto It. I. LILLIK
Duvies it Co.
NKW HOUBi: OK KIVK
rooms, on Mii(?iuliio
street, with Iliithroom, pat
ent W. 0.. lite. CoiiiiiiauilH
uiiuof tliullni'st view h 111 Honolulu. Ajiiily
tO UYl-U) J. M. V1VAB,
17OK A KKW MONTHS
1. 11 Largo Unfiiriilxheil
Itoom or )etaeheil Ont
hulUliiiK, Miltuhlu lor a
ltui ut iiiK roiun. Allures
1 It. IIAKN'KIKLI),
fi77-lw I'. O. llox Ml.
ANIOi: COTTAlii: ON
lleretania btrett, near
l'llkol Htreet, eoiitiiining
I'm lor. ' lledrooius. Jllllll-
rooin, Dininnrooin, 1'antry mill Kitchen,
Kervant'a room, (Jarrlau'e llonso, Htahlo.ete.
TramcaiH pans every i iiilnntes.
olllee of this paper.
1'OR SALE or LEASE
rremUes lately occu- Stfivi
pled by Mr. n. niuir, win
hit rnr'siile or leahoatie.l-
honahlo lirlco or rental, Thu (Iroiuulit con
tain u variety of Knilt and OriiameiiUil
Trees. Tho Commodioiis DwellliiK is well
furnished with modem Improvements and
convenlcncex. Uoomy Kuril ami u 2-ltoom
CottaKU for seivants. 1'or fitrthcr partleu
lurs, iipiily to JOHNhNA,
Oiling Intur-lslund Steam huvijatlon
4 ysv "
1 yVl -
Kor Xi-irly !W YoirV Well-lmown
11.... UM ..1 1. 11.
ni.i U fir T'luiil.
.Str.elh I'uiu mt 1 iliuhK
l' lit voted.
Pure and Wholesome Family & Milk Bread
K. HOUX'S OI'.LHllUATr.I)
Kresh from tho ovens every morning ut 10
o'clock except Sundays at
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and
Hotel hetweun Kort and Xilitanu street".
l're-ents its Annual Array of
And gives no evidence of diminished sup
lily on account of the cry of dull times,
hut meets the changed condition of things
hy 11 reduction of prices in ninny lines
through 11 saving of American duties on
mo'st European Goods that every well
regulated family niu-t have. A visit to
T. G. Thrum's Store
IO Fort Street,
Suggested to n little visitor the thought
that "Santa Clans was going to live here,"
thus recogni.ing the fact as well as name.
Hollers n variety for selection that must
he seen to he he appreciated.
The selection of lSOO!vS-delaod en
route will ho here hy return "Australia,"
nut urn line 01
Booklets & Xmas Cards
Not an old one of last year's stock
in the lot; with
-:-Calendars for 1893-:-
Arc Attractive, hoth for price and design.
EJS All oidcrs carefully attended to.
Moaday, Nov. 21st
M. S. LEVY'S
Dry & Fancy Goods
Big Cornfed, Farmraised Turkeys
For Christmas !
cwr- kou ham: at Tin:
Klalilii Poi Factory,
W. I.. Wll.COX.
PAUL r SEN BERG
IIAH KOMi: -
Nice Fat Gobblers
For Sale I
W. II. STONE,
1 0. Jlox 17,
will lsii' uiil
HOLLISTER & CO.,
IO Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Thanksgiving and Xmas !
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
KOK TUP. PAST SIX MONTHS IK
Ellegeint Oondition for tlie Ta,Tol !
We do not oiler Skeleton llirds for -nlo at $l.f0 a piece, hut
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed. a.nci Iceci If Desired
AKI) nnUVBItKI) THK MOUK1KO OF DAY I-'Oll USK
TfQS- hive Weight of llirds
IPrices to Sxiit E-veryToocl-y !
FOR SALE BY
HENRY DAAIS & CO.
104 Fort Stroot, Honolulu.
I ffui'r .' xt'i'H III AVic Jtoiimu
lltiri' i'ni '' Hi? i'ittit Ci'oirni
'. Unv ijnu xeni tlir AVir Art Silhi
ihv intt .wii thr .)oivi)t(f(tV'
I'n it ul .ViiWi' .(
Ihiri ijim mm th; AVie .S';7.
Do iinu know lliul the Latent A'orWfv.i mid MoU tilyl nit lloodx can
nlwiiy In-found at SuuIik' Storrt
ItY LAST HT1:AM1:U A Kl'M. uki: OK
BLACK C3-OOIDS I
A.S FOLLiO'WS :
lllack t'liHlimere I'J-lnuh Nviile, M cents per I lllack, Cotton, Silk and KM 01ove In all
viii'd anil upwnnlH. I idzc.s.
ltlack India I.awn. lllack Kiench Uiwn. lllack Stockingx for Ladies anil Children,
lllack Satteen in Vlain and loured. lllack Silk Warn llenriette Cloths,
lllack Calico in Plain and Kigiired.
B. F. EHLERS &
Dressmaking under tho iniinae,emcnt of Miss K. C'l.AUK.
The Only Non-Dyspeptic Hot Cakes
SBIfe Rising L
Hot Cakes Made from this wJ!.Ili,!J:A1i!i'N
MITCHELL & PETERSON", San Francisco Agents.
ANKWKIItBT-CI.AfsB FAMILY 1IATH
tnu HcMirt lius heeu opened at Wui
klki under the ahovi naiuohy Miis K. 0.
ItowK, for the comfort and convenient of
thoisu wlnhlii); to enjoy a m'ii hath. It is
sitmited a little lieyoud the Villa, Tram
cars pass thu H"'u
K. It. Hpecial arr.ni(;emeuts have heen
made for Family l'lenlcs and Kvuuliii;
llntliliiK Parties. HiUt
Subscribe for the Daily Hulhtin, 50
cenh per month,
varying from VI to 'JO lhs.
Sn.ilirx tit Ar. S. Suclix' ijlorr f '
I'm! urr irllim jur ,fl.UU ut bachx
fur Unijyn mid h'aiiry Work ntk
!,'uttrisril Kid Uhvm for 1.00 i
Striped mid J'liliu Jkd Clmitli's ni
I i.u-., i.u:., i.ic, I'.ic.
CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
are Delicious and Easily Digested. J?TJ,I!Y
HUSTACE & CO.,
- DKALKKS IN -
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will sell at tho Very Uiwt'st
Bell 4U TELEPHONE Mutual 414
Mltfj. 1'IKKlti: joni:s, 1IU NUUANU
Avenue, would hu L-luil of u limited
milliter of orders for I'liliithiK in Oil or
-Wuter-colors; on HUk, Katlu, Cuiivau. etc,
PUIt ill. ' ' - "
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