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X" THE DAILY BELETlI
SATURDAY, DEO. .3, 1892.
Satuiiday, Deo. 3.
Stmr Mokolii from Molokal
Stmr Wiiimaualn from Maui and Molokai
Stmr. Tamos Makee from Kuimi
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Vossels Leaving Monday.
Stmr Kaala for Waianao, Wnlulun, Moku-
lciu, Kiihuku and l'unaluu.
Stmr l'olo for Makaweli
Stmr Jas Makeo for Knpaa and Hunalei
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
James Makee 3023 bags paddy, 51 bdls
green Miles iinil-11 pkgs sundries,
walani 10S7 bags paddy.
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Fiom Kauai per stnir Iwalani, Dec 3
Kwong Lung, Sir Catton and J deck.
Tliu steamer l'ele will leavo for Maka
weli on Monday afternoon at '2 o'elock.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. P. Glade paid a visit to
the German bark J. C. Glade this morning.
The hiii was E&Uy decorated in conse
quence. The steamers Iwalani and James Mnkco
rnved last inula and tins morning rospec.
tivelv fiom pur
ivelv fiom purts on Kauai. Tho former
will leave on Tuesday and the lattor on
Monday for Kauai again.
Ilor Majesty tho Queen ontortain
etl at breakfast at tho Palaco this
His Excolloncy A. S. CJoghorn,
Mr. Thoo. II. Davics,
Honorable Frank S. Pratt, Ilor
Majesty's Consul-Geiioral for tho
Pacific Coast, and Mrs. Pratt,
Hon. and Mrs. William Gr. Irwin,
Hon. and Mrs. W. P. Allen,
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. R. Walkor,
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Swanzy,
Mrs. Chas. B. Wilson,
M.'ijor tho Hon. Jas. W. Robort
A special program of selections
was played by the Royal Hawaiian
Tho broakfast was givon as a faro
well ono to Mr. Davios, Mr. and
Mrs. Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin,
who aro leaving by tho Australia on
is always an accoptablo present for
Christmas. Tho Pacific Hardware
Company have just oponod a lino of
pictures comprising monochromes,
artotypos, photogravures, Randall's
and G norm's, photographs, panels,
cabinet frames, niodallious on glass,
pastols, stool engravings, etc. Thoir
lines of Mouldings comprise the
latest pattorns, aim pieturo framing
is made a specialty.
An assortment of Cornice Poles,
Brackets and Trimming, alwa3's on
A number of pictures woro sold
tho day thoy woro opened, and tho
continued demand is reducing tho
Tho French Government havo re
ceived despatches from Colonel
Dodds, tho ofiicor in charge of tho
expedition, giving particulars of the
fighting wnicli lias taken placo bo
tweou tho Fronch troops and tho
Colonol Dodds' forces aro armed
with tho Lebol riile, and ho roports
that tho weapon is torribly ollbotivo,
Aftor a fow rounds tho Dalioinoynns
woro reduced to n "human hash,"
tlio ollect being similar to what
might have beon oxpoctod if explo
sive bullets had boon used. Tho
natives sought sholtor behind trees,
but that did not shield them from
tho effects of tho bullots. Aftor
engagements tho doad bodies of tho
natives woro collected, and burned
on a pyre,
Later despatches announce tho
total defeat of tho Dalioinoynns is
six or sovon successive pitched bat
tles, the capture of the capital aud
the (light oftlio King Bohnu.iu, an
inhuman monster, though supposed
to bo civilized by being educated in
Daily Jittllttin, 60 cents a month,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
There will bo a concort at Emma
Square this afternoon.
Practico football gamo this after
noon at Makilti among the town
Thoro will bo a ono-niilo skating
rat'o at the rink to-night, starting at
Tuesday, J. P. Morgan will soil
Mr. N. W. Brundago's fumituro, ote.,
at his residence.
Two white mon forfoilod $f oncli
in tho Polico Court this morning
A sale of buildings and lease on
Borotauia streot to Gnu Chong and
Cliong Tack is advertised.
Mr. W. II. Cornwall lins boon re
turned on Maui as Noblo for Hint
islnnd by an overwhelming mnjority.
Tlio Bostoninn Minstrols will givo
a Minstrel sliow a week from to
night, a good program is announced.
Owing to a breakdown in tho
electric motor yesterday afternoon,
tho Bullktin had to bo printed in
anothor oflico, involving a dolay of
several hours in most of tho dolivory.
Tho Hawaiian Historical Sociotj
will hold their mooting next Mon
day evening at Queen Emma Hall,
and not at tho Y. M. C. A. Mr.
Thoo. H. Davios will address tho
Tho Sunday School children will
moot in tho old Fort Streot Church
to-morrow morning for tho last
time, after which thoy will attend
tho dedication sorvicos in tho now
Liout. D. A. Hookauo of tho polico
force was dismissed tho other day,
but, owing to tho osleom in wliioli
ho was hold by other polico oflicors,
lie has beon givon anothor position
on tho force.
Handicraft for November is out.
It reports a Legislature, with Nobles
and Representatives for tho wholo
kingdom, organized at Kaniehainehn
School. Its "Workshop Whispers"
aro vory clover, and its editorial notes
Tho Aloha Gallorv has presented
tho Bulletin with a photograph of a
pot dog on a wicker tablo holding a
copy of tho Bulletin undor its paw.
So clear is tho picture that tho print
can bo road in places on tho papor.
Mr. John Nott's stovo is prominent.
Tho highest tidos of Docombor
will bo oarly in tho morning of to
morrow and Monday. Thoy may
not rise higher, howovor, than those
of tho month previous, as thoro has
boon a rapid diminution of tho mean
soa-lovol iii tho intorval, although
tho rango from high to low tide will
bo greater than over.
Mr. Ho Foir, editor of tho Hawaii
an Chinese News, has issued a calen
dar for 1893. It is lithographed in
red and green, tho work tlono in
California. Thursday, Pobruary 16,
will bo the first day of tho Chinoso
now year, although one not under
standing Chineso roquires an intor
protor to gathor this fact from tho
Kalakahunn, roportod in yostor
day's issue as pleading guilty to hav
ing committed tho robberies at Ka
lihi latol', was sentenced by Polico
Justice Foster this morning. For
tho first ofFonso of stealing a Jap's
trunk ho got sixtoon months at hard
labor, ?L fino and $1 costs. For
stealing chickons bolonging to tho
Kaniehainoha School ho got eight
months and $1 fine.
C. J. McCartlry lias lots on Liliha
streot for sale.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Elito Ico Cream Parlors."
Minco Pies can bo had at the
Palaco Ico Cream Parlors.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco
ll & Co.,
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Tolophono G82.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotel
streot. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Winter & Winter, Dentists. Oilico,
33 Beret a nia street.
Gold fillings .3.(X)
Silver fillings 1.00
Tooth extracted 50
Eastorn Prices. Mutual Tolo
m ' -'
Bweopiug Majority for tho Pooplo's
Hon. W. II. Cormvell has beon re
turned to fill his former sent ns
Noblo, by n majority of 72 over his
opponent, Mr. A. Hocking. Tho
lattor was ahead in only three of the
eleven precincts. Tho following aro
Coh.nu i:i.i.. Hocici.nu.
Kahului 57 H
N. Wailiiku 18 1(1
S. Wniluku . .11 3
Makawao . , lit 18
Hiimakimpoko , Hi 15
Hiiuuaula .... 10 'i
l.aliaina ..II 7
Houokoluiu,. (I 5
Liumi ... (1 0
Molokai 8 (1
lliina . . (I :i'J
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. II. Borger, loader, will
givo a public concort this afternoon
at Eininn Square, beginning nt -1:30
o'clock. Following is tho program:
Oveituru JA'stival . Hach
rolkn-I'outing Face . I'aitbt
Cavatlna The Martyra . I'ucclnl
Selection lUilitario DonUetti
Fantasia-l).iui'u on the Green .Kilimborg
(lnloi Flott KtraiiHs
Satuiiday, Dec. 3, 1892.
Tho roll was called at 9 o'clock
after prayor by tho Chaplain. At
9:lfi the minutos of tho previous
mooting woro read and approved,
Noblo Kauhnno from tho Com
mittoo on Education reported on a
polilion from liana, Maui, praying
for tho removal of n school loachor
(tho principal) in that district, and
also on a petition from Kilauon,
Kauai, that principal Mullor and n
lady teacher thoro bo also removed
for various causes. Tho committee
recommended reference of tho peti
tions to tho Board of Education.
Rop. Smith spoko strongly against
tho priucipal of tho Kilauon school
on account of his habits of indul
gence in liquor. Ho regarded
tho frequent exhibition in an intoxi
cated condition by tho said princi
pal as a standing monaco to tho
morals of tho children under his
supervision and tuition.
Noble J. M. Horner thought that
tho question was of vast importance.
Wo havo soon toachors who chewed
tobacco to excess, and wliilo thoy
woro teaching tho young ideas how
to chow thoy woro loading Hawaiian
girls around as thoir mistresses.
What is to bo thought of that? That
was tho roason why ho had intro
duced a resolution oarly in tho ses
sion that literature showing tho
evils of indulgence in tobacco and
liquor should bo distributed in the
schools and tho principles taught.
The Houso cannot consistently ap
point themselves a board of examin
ation; if it could, things would bo
difforont. Ho moved that tho report
and amondmout bo adopted. Car
ried. Tho Minister of Intorior, in an
swer to questions of Noblo Pun, said
that no permanent appointment
has boon niado in place of Win. II.
Toll; 2, Mr. Ambroso Hutchinson, a
lormor superintendent, is now acting
Tho Ministor gavo notico that lie
would introduce, at an early date,
an Act to givo relief to tho Hono
lulu Library aud Reading Room As
sociation. Rop. Waipuilani moved that tho
answors rolntive to tho Superintend
ent of tho Leper Settlement bo re
ferred to tho Sanitary Committee.
On tho Order of tho Day being
moved, Bill 189, to validate mort
gages and other convoj-aucos of its
franchises bj' tho Oahu Railway &
Land Co. horotoforo made, and to
confer tho futuro right to so mort
gage and convoy its franchises, came
up on third reading.
Rep. Waipuilani favorod tho pass
ago of tho bill, and spoko at some
longth in that vein. If tho proposed
railroad was carried around the isl
and of Oahu it would bo of groat
bonofit to tho poor people; it would
givo opportunity for tho outside
dairies to got thoir milk into Hono
lulu and thus obviate tho necessity
of local milkmen using tho water tap
so much. Ho also indicated tho
benohts to tho banana trade, etc.
Rop. Kamauoha moved to strike
out a clauso in Section 3, viz.: "and
tho Hawaiian Govornmont shall not
question or rosist tho validity of any
mortgago or other conveyances of
tho franchises of said company oither
norotoioro mauo or which shall hero
aftor bo niado for any of tho pur
Rop. Smith considered that tho
construction of tho road around tho
island would bo a public blessing.
Ho favored tho bill.
Noblo Young favorod tho bill.
Noblo Hind was not in favor of
tho bill on aceouut of tho largo
amount of subsidy to bo paid for
oach mile laid. Ho considered that
a good public road would bo cheaper
Tho Ministor of Finance said that
ho was glad to say that ho was olT
tho glass egg which ho was on with
Noblo Hind yesterday.
Noblo Thurston Bravo I (Laugh
ter.) Tho Ministor (continuing) said
that ho thought that the moasuro
would provido corn for a fat brood
of chicks. Ho saw a letter from
Gon, Willoy which said that tho only
thing necessary to make a start in
this now ontorpriso was tho passage
of this bill. There is this advantage
that a largo amount of tho money
now in those bonds will bo givon up
and invosted in other Hawaiian se
curities. Tho extension of tho rail
road would greatly assist small
planters. Parties at Seattle had told
him that thoy could, from that
point, handle 20,000 bunches of ban
anas per wook if thoy could bo sup
plied. Ho knew of a tract of laud
in lvaneoiie auoui buu acres in ex
tent that would be put in bananas if
this ontorpriso of tho railroad was
put through. Ho favored tho bill.
Noblo Thurston said that thoro
was anothor point and that was that
the company intended to lloat tho
bonds at par at 5 porcont and only
charge 1J porcont commission. IIo
considered that tho point of being
ablo to introduce money into Hawaii
at ft porcont marked a milestone in
Hawaiian history. If this should
succeed tho naino of Mr, Dillingham
should go down to posterity ns ono
highly honored. IIo had succeeded
in accomplishing with only a little
ouo-horso railroad at his bank that
which tho ablest financiers of Ha
waii had failed in accomplishing, If
Mr. Dillingham could got money
for 5 porcont, thoro was no roason
why tho Government should not ob
tain money at a less rato. Ho con
gratulated tho Ministor of Finance
in having got oH of his glass egg,
Rep. Ashford favored tho bill aud
lie hoped it would pass,
Rop. Waipuilani moved tho ayes
on nays on the motion to pass. Car
ried. Tho vote showed that tho JO mem
bers present all voted in favor of (ho
bill, Noble Hind alone, at first, indi
cating opposition, lie, however,
changed his Vote, the net being
greeted by honrty applause
Ayes--Ministers G. N. Wilcox,
Robinson, Jonos; Nobles Barger,
Enn, Hopkins, D. W. Pun, Cummins,
Williams, Mailo, Kauhnno, J. M.
Horner, Iliiul, Hoapili, Marsdon,
Young, Baldwin, W Y Horner,
Anderson, Thurston, Kauoa; Heps.
Wilder, Bipikano, Ashford, Aid, S.
K. Pun, Knulii, K. W. Vilco, A.
Hornor, Kaunamano, Waipuilani,
Knpaliu. Nahinu, White, Knnealii,
Edmonds, Knluna, Iosopn, Akinn,
Absent Ministor Brown; Nobles
Peterson, Dreior; Reps. Bush, Koa
Rep. Smith moved Hint the item
of the Salary of Second Deputy
Clerk of tho Supremo Court passed
yesterday bo reconsidered.
Noble Marsdon, from a select com
mittee on Bill 195. relative to vacci
nation, roportod that tho committee
doomed vaccination vory necessary,
but disapproved of arm to arm vac
cination and recommended that it
bo prohibited by law. Thoy also ro
coininond thnt only bovine virus be
used. The committee present n now
section covering those points and
recommend that tho bill pass ns
presented a bill
of t ho rules) to
and shooting on
Thiid reading of Bill 108, relative
to giving tho Bonid of Representa
tives of the Fire Department moro
control over the funds of tho De
partment. On motion tho bill passed.
Second reading of Bill 202; an Act
to regulate the carrying of mails be
tween Hawaii and Amoricnj nnd the
payment of steamship subsidies.
Rep. Ashford moved the bill bo
considered section by section.
Noble Baldwin moved that the bill
bo indefinitely postponed.
Rop. Ashford said that ho hoped
tho bill would pass because it would
boa saving to the country. The
lino was now being paid several
times as much by us ns by the United
States. Those who would vote in
favor of tho postponement of tho
bill wore in favor of extravagance
and monopoh. Thoro woro no rea
sons existing for being generous with
tho Conipmry. Ho could not see
that tho country was getting any
thing in return for tho largo subsidy
.Noble Baldwin considered that tho
bill should lie indefinitely postponed.
Tho Company was now and had boon
giving good service. Tho lino was
was of great benefit to tho country.
It might bo a little strain to pay tho
money at tho present time uuder ex
isting depression in business, but
tho members must romombor that
tho business of tho lino was also far
less both in Australia aud here, j-ot
tho company had kept up tho same
first class service. Tho Oceanic
Steamship Co.'s steamers woro well
known for tho excellent tnblo thoy
set nnd tho competent attendance
IIo hoped tho bill would bo post
poned. After some further argument the
motion to indefinitely postpono the
bill was put and carried, on an ayo
and nay vote of 21 to 11, and a
motion to reconsider was lost.
Rop. Smith, from tho Judiciary
Committee, presented n report on
items in tho Judiciary Department
as follows, "Exponsos Supremo and
Circuit Courts, $25,000." Tho com
mittee recommend that tho item bo
so inserted in tho Appropriation Bill.
Report rocoived and tabled for con
sideration with tho bill.
At 12:10 the Assembly adjourned.
Mr. J. P. Blaizo, an extensive real
estate dealer in Dos Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in tho
northern part of that state during a
recent bhzznrd, says tho Saturday
Jlrvii'W. Mr. Blaizo had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
aud was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get wnrni, and in
side of an hour after his return ho
was threatened with a severe case oT
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Baize
sent to the nearest drug store and got
a bottle of Chamborlaiu's Cough Re
medy, of which lie had often heard,
and took a number of Inrge doses.
lTo says the ollVct was wonderful and
in a short time ho was breathing
quito easily. Ho kept on taking tho
medicine and the next day was ablo
to come to Des Moines. 5lr. Blaizo
regards his euro as simply wonderful.
For sale ly all dealers. Benson,
Smith ifc Co., Agents for tho Hawai
Anarchist Mouuier writes that he
caused tho dynamite explosion in tho
restaurant of Very in the Rdo Ma
genta, Paris. Another explosion of
dynainilo took placo Nov. 8, directed
against tho polico commissary who
Socialists riots havo occurred
at to rent a KuriiUlicil
lldiiiii. niiiuka of the Kuulu
Hoiipu or east of l'unuli
Imwl stiect. Atlilreici "II.
1'ANO AIJA'S W1NO
Cliong Ikik sold all his Interest In
buildings and lca.se on lleretanla
street from KahaloKai etnl, to tliu under
higned. Bald -Wing ('hong will pay all His
outstanding debts in regard to said pro
iiurtv. tliupulu to take elleet fiom Decern
ber lib!).' (iAN CHONd,
Honolulu, Dee. :t, lb!).'. 5'X)-1
MUSIC FOR ggggft DANCING,
"Maile Quintet Club"
Will furnish Music at moderate
Daucluo, Picnics, Imaus, Etc., Etc.
im U-.ivo nulers with Chas. Crane at
the (Vntial Olllio of thu Hawaiian Hell
Telephone Co. (iM)-l
rplIE WEKKI.Y HlM.MCTlN-lSn COI--J
uinusof Interesting Heading .Mailer.
Islands,!; mailed to foreign countries,,
ma i rrCljuT
ForThroat and Lungs
" I have been ill for
Homorrhago "about five years,
"have had the best
Flifo Years, "medical advice,
"and I took the first
"dose In some doubt. This result
"cdiu a few hours easy sleep. There
"was no further hemorrhage till next
"day, wheu I had n slight attack
"which stopped almost immediate
"ly. By the third day all trace of
" blood had disappeared and I had
"recovered much strength. The
"fourth day I sat up in bed and ate
" my dinner, the first solid food for
"two months. Since that time I
"have gradually gotten better and
" am now able to move about the
"house. My death was daily ex
"pected and my recovery has been
"a great surprise to my friends and
"the doctor. There can be no doubt
"about the effect of German Syrup,
"as I had an attack just previous to
"its use. The only relief was after
"the first dose." J.R. Louquuuad,
Adelaide, Australia. a
HOW OLD ARE YOU?
Givo tho number of the month in which
you were horn.
Multiply by 50.
Multiply by 10U.
AiW numli':r of day of the month on
which you were born.
In the result the llrst
tho tecond two
lieiires will be tin1 month-
the ai;u the third two the day of the
If you will calculate your age by the
above formula and enclose the result to
u, we will furnish you with an illustia
tion, not by l)'ore but by the KQUIT
Alll.n 1,1KB ASSU11ANCH SOCIKTY of
the United States, showing tho advantages
of their Kree Tontine Policies and llonds,
baed on the actual results or Policies
which have matured this year.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGQT,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
Imputable Life Assurance Society of the
K. S. Moouk, Supt. W. II. T.vvi.011, 1'res.
Risdon Iron Works,
San Francisco, - - Cal.
Improved Sugar Machioer
HOILfeliS & ENGINES.
For Irrigating and Water Works purposes,
of any capacity.
Wrought Iron & Steel Water Plpo & Flumlng
MATJ11JSOS I.OL'IC-.IOINT 1'U'K,
UELNE SAFETY BOILER,
Kte., Ktc, Etc., I'.le.
For further particulars aud cata
Hisclon Iron Works,
San Francisco, California.
Ui:i.i. Ill TKMM'HONKS Mutiui. Ill
At McKinley Prices!
Departure Bay Coal
12 .A. TOJST!
fW Delivered to anv part of Honolulu
HUSTACE & CO.
up Xci. 1(1 on
Tito Nippon Yuson Kalsha's Steamship
" Yamashiro Maru"
Will leave this port for Yokohama direct
On TUESDAY, Dec. 6th,
AT 'J O'CLOCK I'. M. SHAItl'.
and 1'ansago, apply to
W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
laialae Ranch & Dairy
FOR S-AXjE !
DE1.IVI3HKD TWICE A DAY.
l Heady to book regular oustouieru.
(A WAIKIK1 HOAD. I'AltTfiOF KIN
.r gle llaruiws. Mimer will be mill
iiiwardi'd. by reluming to IhU olllcu,
What about 20 yards of Calico for 1? Suo LEVT.
What about 1J yards of Whilo Cotton for 1V Sen
What about Toy.s? Suo 113 VY.
What about JLosiory for Liul'ius ami GliiUVrcli? Sou
Who givus full valuer1 LEVY. '
Who would bo pleased to sou youV LliVVY,
Who soils for Cash? LEVY.
Who is Ibo man for hard times, unywa'? LEVY.
75 Fort Street,
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
KOIt THE J'AST blX MONTHS IN
ElegEirrt Ooridrtion for tlie Talole !
We do no oiler Skeleton llirds for sale at 1 SO a piece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed a.nci loeel If Desired
AND DELIVERED THE MOllXINCi OF DAY FOII USE
V& hive Weight of llirds varying from Y2 to 2o lbs. -ai
IPrioes to Sij.it EeryToody !
FOR SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
1 O Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
N. S. SACHS',
104 Fort Street, Hoxiolvilvi.
Have you een the New ltomtui
Have you seen the Xi'ilit Uawnx
Have you wen, the New Art Silhn
Saehs' Store f
Have you seen the Monxrjuetaire
I'air at Sauhs' Store 1
Have you seen the New Silk
Da you know that the hitest Novelties and Most Stjilisli Ootids i-uu
Itlwais be found at Saehs' Store
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
1IY LAST HTEAMEH A KILL LINE OF
BLAOZ GOODS I
.A.S FOLiLO'WS :
Ulack Cashmere l.'-lneli wide, f0 ucnts per j Jllack, Cotton, Bilk and KM Olnvosiuall
yard and upwards. I sizes,
lllaek India Lawn, lllael; French Uwi, Hhicl; Stockings for I.-ulUw and Children.
Illaek Satteen in I'hiiu and Figured, lllaek Bilk Waip Heiiriutlo Cloths,
lllaek Calico in l'luln and Figuicd. Etc., Kte., Eto., Eto.
B. F. EHLERS &
I IW Drossiuakiui; under the iuauagomc.nl of Mlb K. OLA UK, -W
Sashru at iV, S. Sachs' Store i
that arr selling Jor tfJAK at Savlix'l
for Drapes and h'aney Work at
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Striped aud 1'olka Dot Vhatlles at
CO.'S, 99 Fort St.