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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, DEC. 9, 1892.
VninvY, Dee. 0.
Slmr Polo from Mnknwull
Km hay, Dec. 1).
Stmr W G Hnll for Mnul nml Hawaii nt 10
Stmr Wninlcnlu for Lnlmina nml Hnmnlaia
Kor Mnul and llnwnil. mr itmr AV
Hall. Deo I) For the Volcano: Mrs Doim
lin, II Whitney, ,T Lucas, Yuen Chong,
Mrs Costa, Mrs Marques nml on, Sirs
Hromgcn, (Ef Japs and 10 deck.
The stenmer Kitiau will lo duo from
Mnul nud llnwnil to-morrow morning.
Tlio steamer 1'elc arrived about 11 o'clock
this morning from Makawell, having dis
charged her enrgo of Japanese Immigrants
and lumber in short onler. She will lay
up for a few days to receive an overhauling.
Tho poundtnastor has a
Hawaiian Council, A. I.
incut this ovoning.
of II., will
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
elear; wind light north.
Norwegian condensed milk is sold
by H. W. Schmidt & Sons.
The charge of deserting tiro prison
gang against J. Bolabola has boon
A pound has been established at
Kalanpapa, Molokai, and Mr. Aarona
appointod as pound master.
Chas. T. Gulick has boon appoint
ed Commissioner of Patent vice
Jonathan Anstin, docoased.
A. MeBrydo has been returned as
Noblo for Kauai vice G. N. Wilcox,
created Minister of the Interior.
Mr. Charlior and Mrs. Douglas
woro passongors by tho steamer W.
G. Hall for tho Volcano this morning-
H. W. Schmidt & Sons are hold
ing a closing out salo of Christmas
goods, of which thoy have a splendid
A nativo boy was arrested to-day
for tho thoft of 1.50 bolonging to a
Chinoso storekeeper on Maunakoa
J. F. Morgan will sell tho Fort
street Church building and furni
ture at his salesroom at noon to
morrow. Mrs. Costa, who with her husband
is charged with tlio murder at Kau
lately, has been liberated on bail,
and loft, on tho W. G. Hall this
morning for hor homo.
Hon. J. N. S. Williams will loavo
for tho Coast on tho S. S. Alameda,
on his way -to Glasgow, Scotland,
whore a lucrative position awaits
Tho last of the Japanese immi
grants woro shipped by the stoamers
W. G. Hall and Waialealo this morn
ing for tho Hutchinson Sugar Plan
tation, 49 males and 11 females;
Pacific Sugar Mill, 53 males, 11 fo-
Justices Bickorton and Dolo gave
a hearing in banco this morning to
some phaso of tho celebrated Kolii
ahouui will case, which involves tho
possession of largo blocks of Hono
lulu and huge sections of tho island
Thcyninstrol show of tho Boston
ians promises to bo most enjoyable.
Professor Borgor and assistants will
contribute tho accompanimonts, and
Prof. U. J. Ordway a banjo solo.
Tlio dresses are now, chaste and
novel. A photo of tho minstrel cir
cle is on view in tho windows of tho
Thojfollowing names aro booked
at tho oillco of W. G. Irwin & Co.
to loavo by tho S. S. Alameda duo
noxt Wednesday for San Francisco:
Col. Z. S. Spalding, Mr. and Mrs.
Sawyer, Jno. Dyer, H. H. Garstin
and brido, W. E. Simpson, A. Haas,
W. Maltby and J. N. S. Williams.
J. W. Luning has secured judg
ment in a civil suit for the recovery
of it number of shirts from A. L.
Johnson, shirt maker, in tho Police
Court. Mr. Luning took thorn to
Mr. Johnson to bo enlarged, and the
latter refused to dolivor them unless
tho pay was forthcoming. Johnson
has also to pay 3.30 costs. Ho noted
Mr. W. M. GhTard has'soiit by tho
tioamor W. G. Hall f8 trees, shrubs
auul plants for tlio Volcano House
gt'ounds. They aro mostly from tlio
lot brought lioro by Mr. GilFard
from tho Golden Gate Park, San
Francisco, thoso being selected
which belong to high altitudes. It
is to bo hoped thoy may llourish, so
as to roliovo tho bloak aspect of tho
A Chinaman named You Poon
made a charge at tho Police Station
yesterday morning that Kaluawaa
and six Cinnamon had assaulted him
nt Mnnoa. Tlio allegod assailants
were arrested and tho case was heard
in tho Police Court this morning.
Tho troublo occurred ovor the boun
dary of certain land. Poon, who
looked after land bulnniriuir to .1. A.
Magoon, claimd othat his assailants
had trespassed and cut down certain
treos. Defendants claimed that thoy
were cutting down troos on land
owned by Mrs. Nakuina. Poon
snatched tho knife from two of tho
dofondants when he claims thoy
turned on him nud pasted him
in tho oyo regardless of his cry,
"Nay. nay, Paulino!" Poon claimed
t lint the claret was started from his
noe through tho unexpected as
sault. Judgo Foster rosorvecl his
decision until to-morrow. J. A. Ma
goon for plaintiff; C. "V. Ashford for
Friday, Dec. 9, 1892.
Tho Assombly convened for pray
er at 9 o'clock. Tlio call of tlio
members showed a quorum present
and business was immediately gone
on with. Heading of minutes of pre
vious meeting. Approved.
Noblo Young oliered a petition
from Mr. W. B. Simpson, manager,
to provide assistance to tho Ptiget
Sound and Hawaiian Trallie Co., a
subsidy of .?."00 for each monthly
round trip between Honolulu and
Pugot Sound, and to extend to its
steamers tho right to enjoy tlio sub
sidy already appropriated for each
trip on which a stop is made at Hilo
for two years from February 1st,
1893, payments to bo made after
each six months of satisfactory ser
vice for twelve months and there
after monthly, and tho Company to
carry Hawaiian mails without fur
ther charge Referred to tho Com
mittee on Commerce.
Iho Attomey-Gonoral presented
for tho first limo two bills: 1, To
provide for tho bringing of suits
against tho Hawaiian Government; 2,
To amend Section 8 of tho bill to
reorganize tho Judiciary.
On motion tho vote roforring Bill
113, to provide for a loan to build a
railway at Hamakua, Hawaii, to a
committee, was reconsidered and
then tho bill was mado the Order of
tho Day for noxt Tuesday. N
Noblo Young, from a select com
mittee, presented a report on a bill
(200) to authorize tho Hawaiian
Government to contract for tho con
struction of Inter-island sub-inariuo
electric telegraph cables.
The Order of tho Day being now
moved consideration of items m tho
Appropriation Bill came up. Tho
reconsidered item, Salary of 'Suporin
dont of Water Works, came up.
Noblo Marsdon moved that tho
itom pass at 5333.
Bop. White moved that tho item
pass at SG000.
Bop. Smith stated that ho did not
boliovo that thoro was any consis
tency in keeping tho salary up to
that of the Superintendent of Pub
Noblo Williams spoke strongly in
favor of tho itom passing at $6000.
Ho indicated the necessity of having
a careful and very intelligent man
in the position.
Tho itom passed at 5333.
Tho Prosidont announced tho fol
lowing as tho committee on tho
inter-island olectric telegraph cable,
viz.: Nobles Young, Cornwoll, Mars
den, tho Minister of Finance and
Tho reconsidered itom of Salary
of Superintendent of Public Works
was brought up.
Noblo Williams considered that
thoro should bo some thought given
to tho reduction of labors in tho of
fice of tho Superintendent of Public
Works, tho work thoro was now
lightor and less in volume than for
years past. Besides, tho travelling
expenses of tho oiheer woro always
paid out of tho incidentals. Ho
favored tho item passing at $5333.
On motion tho ayos and nays woro
called on the itom of tho salary at
tho sum of .?G33i, which passed, 25
to 15, as follows:
Ayes Ministers G. N. Wilcox,
Robinson, Jones, Brown; Nobles
Borgor, Ena, Cummins, J. M. Hor-
sopa, Altina, bmith, Wilcox 25.
Nays Nobles Hopkins, D. P. Pua,
Peterson, Williams, Maile, Hind,
Hoapili, Cornwoll; Bops. Bipikane,
Aki, S. K. Pua, Kamauoha, Nahinii,
Whito, Edmonds 15.
Absont Nobles Baldwin, Thurs
ton; Bops. B. W. Wilcox, Bush, Ko
ahou, Kaunaniano, Kapahu.
Under suspension of the rulos
Noblo "Williams from tlio Printing
Committeo reported Bills 218 and
215 ready for distribution.
Consideration of items in tho Ap
propriation Bill woro continued, and
tho following woro passed:
A doforred item of interest, on
account of purchase of Burglar
rrooi vault jor tlio Treasury,
amounting to $215.01, was insorted
on motion of Noblo Cornwoll.
Bopairs to Kohala Jail and keep
er's house and fence round Court
House at N. Kohala, $1200. Passed.
LANDINGS AND 1IUOYS.
Hawaii, SI 000.
Debt to March ill, 18.)2, $3.
Wharf at Koauhou, North Kona,
Landing at Hoopuloa, $500.
Landing at Hookonn, Kona, Ha
Lauding at Kula, Puna, $1000.
Wharf at Honoipu, $100.
Landing at Najoopoo, $500.
Mooring Honoipu Harbor, $500.
Wharf at Maalaoa, $1(100.
Landings and Buoys, Kauai, $1500.
Breakwater Waimea Kivor, Kauai,
Bopairs and Bunning Expenses
Debt duo March HI, 1802, $05.
Bopairs and Running Expenses
Steam Tug, $21,200.
Stoma Tug, Debt of last Period
not paid, $2,171.17.
Dredging Bar, Honolulu Harbor,
(To Section 2).
Tlio following 23 items, amounting
to $72,000, for regrading and ponua
iu;ut improvements of roads m the
several districts, were transferred to
hoads and iiitiuai:s.
North Hilo, $5000.
North Kohala, $.'1000.
Purchase of Peter Loo's road to
Volcano in Kau, to bu paid under
nor, Alarsdon, Young, V. Y. Hornor,
Walbridgo, Andorson, Kanoa, Droior;
Bops. "Wilder, Jvauhi, A. Hornor,
Waipuilani, Kanealii, Kaluna, lo-
condition named in report of major
ity of committee of Legislature of
Completion Tantalus Road, $1500.
Ewa and Waianao, $2000.
Salary Road Supervisor, $1800.
Noblo J. M. Hornor could not
understand why tlio Road Supervisor
could not bo paid out of tho Road
Board money instead of having an
Tho Attorney-General said that
tho Road Supervisor in Honolulu
was the only one in the coun
try now; all the others having
supervision of road work woro
chairmen of boards. Tho oppor
tunity offered for him to say in
this connection that if Honolulu
had had tho same supervisor ton
years ago there would have boon lots
of money saved to the country that
nas ueon wasted. Tlio present Hoail
Supervisor is a man that knows his
business, and ho (the speaker)
thought that ho was tho only one
who had hold tho position for tlio
last ton years that did. Ho favored
Noblo Young said that if thoro
was anything tliaHIonolulu was to
bo congratulated on it was tho ex
penditures made and tho work dono
on tho roads of tho oily. It was too
lato to change tho order of things
now. Ho did not know tho Road
Supervisor personally, but ho be
lieved 99 out of every 100 pooplo in
town agreed that tho country was
well served. Ho considered that
thoro had been talk enough and so
moved tho previous question. Car
ried, and also tho itom as above
Rep. Robort W. Wilcox moved to
insert a now itom "Salary Assistant
Road Supervisor, $3000." On tho
suggestion of the Aitoriioj'-Gonoral
ho withdrew his motion.
For ropair and caro of existing
roads in tho following districts:
North Hilo, $1000.
Rop. A. Hornor moved that the
itom pass at $1500.
Rep. Kaunaniano moved that the
items under this head bo transferred
to Section 2.
Noblo Marsdon agreed with him.
Ho could not see any difference bo
twoon "construction and improve
ment" and "ropair and caro of
roads." Ho favored transferring
tho items to Soction 2.
ThiTinotion to transfer the items
to Section 2 was put and lost.
The motion of Rep. Hornor to
pass the North Hilo item at $1500,
On motion of tho Attornoy-Gon-eral
tho Assembly at 12 o'clock took
cess until 1:30 p. m.
Seo tho now Floral Sot sat Benson,
Smith & Co.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Boot Beor on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Perfumes in great variety at Ben
son, Smith & Co.
Minco Pies can bo had
Palaco Ico Cream Parlors.
Now ideas in Perfumes for holiday
presents at Benson, Smith & Co.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith ii Co.,
Dr. McLennan, l.'U Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone (582.
Lobkuchon and Sehaumconfeot
gorado wio in Doutschland boi Hart
te Co., Elito lee Cream Parlors.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Pictures! Pictures! Pictures! Don't
forgot to include a picture with your
Christmas presents and that King
Bros, have a lino lino of now subjects
of all sorts with prices to suit tho
Winter & Winter, Dentists. Oflice,
3!J Beretauia street.
Gold fillings $3.00
Silver fillings 1.00
Teeth extracted 50
Eastern Prices. Mutual Tele
Bicyclo Exhibition To-morrow.
Everybody who saw Maltby the
wonderful Maltbv two 3-oars ago,
wonders to this day how tho O. H.
& L. Co. can furnish such splendid
entertainments at such a very low
Everybody wants to see him again.
Ho is worth going to see a half a
dozen times, and the manngoinoiitof
tho O. H, & L. Co. are going to give
everybody a chance to see him again,
aim at tlio same lime have n line ex
cursion for very little money. Seats
will bo provided for all, and Maltby
will give ono of hjs matchless enter
tainments with a number of now
tricks on the ordinary as well as on
tho safety bicyclo. What he can't
do on tlioin is not worth writing
about. Jtuiuoinbor that the train
loaves at 2:30 o'clock, and tho faro is
onlj- 50 cents.
" Coino Around This Evening."
Levy says ho cannot sell $50,000
worth of goods daily without keep
ing his store open evenings; so until
after the holidays ho will attend to
tho wants of his numerous custom
ers every evening, and ho extends a
general invitation to drop in and seo
him soli goods.
Wo have just opened a lino of tho
latest publications in Etchings,
Artotypes, Pastels and othor sheet
pictures. Kino Hkos.
L. Adlor has a cottage to lot on
AT REMOND GROVE.
Saturday, Dec. 10, 1892
MR. W.S. MALTBY
The Undisputed Champion Scicntllle
and Artistic Cyclist of tho World.
Now FKATUItES and THICKS In Fnncv
Hiding on tho Ordinary and Safety Bicy
cles that have never before been witnessed
Tho Full Hawaiian Band will bo in
Excursion Train Leaves Honolulu 2:30 P.M.
m TICKETS for the Hound Trip In
cluding admission to tho Pavilion
BO - OE33STTS - BO
Closing- Out Sale
- OF -
...M. .... ..ill.n..l t 1 !
juii.-., iuigs, iviuuins, oaiuiium,
Purses, Vases, Statues,
Drome Ware, Mocca Cup,
Opera and Spy Glasses, (warranted tirst
Minors, Frames, Ilrlickets,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
Fans, (extra fine);
Carpets and Hugs, (all sizes);
Etc., fete., Etc.
?lt.. TIM .11 r. . . . '
Each Piece marked with CASH
Pit I UE
DISCOUNT on Larger Cash Pur-
EVERYBODY invited to an In-
A RARE OPPORTUNITY.
An Al Collection of .Mechanic's Tools, tho
Property of tho late HENRY W.
as follows :
1 TurniiiL' IJithe, completo; with Tools
Suitablo for Lock or Gunsmith.
1 Complete Set of Wood Carver'.s Tools..
Chest of Carpenter's Tools, comprising
some Kino Planes and Haws, Drawing
Hoards and Trestles for same.
t Hart Patent Duplex Dio Stock, sie AA.
1 "Wiley and Russell Lightning Dio Stock,
3-IiJto 'J-X2. '
Callipers, Drills, Levels and numerous
other useful Tools.
The ahove i!ipiiHiimil Artlfl.w nn.
ho seen at the shop of Mr. K. Wilhelm,
ttf Kor further particulars enquire of
, , . m; mcijjkuny,
Administrator Kstato of H. V. .Mcintosh.
"ST. OLAr IIKANl)'
Superior to Any Other !
This .Milk is prepared in Norway from
tlio I'uro Unckii el Milk of Norwegian
Cowh, fed on mountain grass. Thero is
nothing added uxeept tlm Klne.st Hilgnr,
and nothing taken away from it hut witter,
u iiiennoru possesses ail tliu original
portiesand nromn peculiar to Norwegian
For Bale In Quantitlos to Suit by
IT. W. SOIIMJDT&SONS.
LOST, STKAYED. OB STOLEN.
IT ROM MY PRKMIBIW,
L Niiiiaim Avenue, a Vulii
hlo Young Gordon Butter
Dog. A Hiiitahlo reward will
J. S. WALKIIR.
LOST OB STBAYED.
I. early Wednesday
morning, a Hrowu Mare.
...... ...I. I. rt l.f.i.l fw.- .1.1.1
whito star on forehead, z JsS-i- -
branded "It. L." under inane. A suitable
roward will do pain lor us return m
OVtf MRB. WJIIT1M1.
XX. he puld for a Horsu
ht rayed from Its stable
Tiiesduv evenim;. Thu
ir.irun id .liirlr (ilnr ullli .r-
a defect ill thu left eye and tomu skin dis
easo about thu head. A reward for its re
turn will 1 10 paid at 131 Port, nliovu Hotel
The Daily Bulletin is delivered by
carrier for 60 cent yer vwnth,
The Event of the Season !
"WHAT IS TUB EVENT ? WHY THE LATE 1MPOKTATIOX OF
WHICH AHMVED ON THE "AUKTHALIA," AND XOW ON EXHIBITION AT
3ST. SL SACHS??
ISI'&'w I UNTo
For Motnl, l'lush and Colluloid, Toilet and Manicure
For Funcj Silk, llituilpaiulcd, Jeweled and Embroidered Chair Drupes
For Pure Linen, Ten, Tray, Tublo and Sideboard Covers and Uopo Floss
For Novelties in Hundp.-dntcd Funs and Handkerchief Sachets
For Fine Leather Hand Higs, Card Ca6es and n World's Fair Puree
For Ladies' Fine Parasols and Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's Cashmere and Silk Coals, Silk Hats, Silk and Mudliu Bonnets
For U ml rested Mouequetniro Kid Gloves, tan shades; reduced to $1.00
For Gent's Silk Neglige Shirts, Windsor Scaifs and Silk Pajamas
For Ladies' Cliifi'un Scarfs and Chiffon Handkerchiefs in delicate bhades
Tinmense Variety at Exceptionally Low Prices.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' & Children's Dainty Colored Border Handkerchiefs at 00c, 75c,
$1.00, 1.25 and 1.50 per dozen.
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(Best value ever oil'ercd) at 20c., 25c. and !!5c. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn "Work and
Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
gfif Ladies would do well
I,. J. I.i:vi'.v,
D. M. Cbowi.ky,
On Saturday, Dec. 101,
Minstrel & Variety Entertainment
wii-i. ii n oives uy Tin:
(Kroin tho U. S. S. Huston.)
Overture Royal Hawaiian Hand
M1NSTRKL OIRCI.K OK 15.
Four Knd Men Messrs. Hurry, Scahrooke,
Harry and S perry.
New Oo3turmes I
New Songs I
KTvv Jokes I
KIN W.i: TO FIRST I'.MIT
"Fun in a Pullman Car."
lly thu Company.
Musioal Sketoii "la this 17" lly Hales
Herrv and Lyons.
Horizontal Har Vork A, I' Senst
Olown .... . A. H. Conquest
(lermau Character .Song .1). Met'aiin
Prof. U.J. Ordway
American Sand Jig
Hroad Sword Kenolng.
" Love in a
.('. .1. Herry
.Kenst and Noreott
Tosser, u household guardninan .1). Harry
Pitcher, a policeman A. K. Moore
Walker Chalks, a milkman C. .1. Herry
Penelope (Ireen, a -ervant A. H. ConcueHt
Mrs. Htruckoil, lady of tliuhou-e ,V. Unily
"Tine Clown's Revenge11
Messrs. Boiistiind Carlcton.
"The Busted Che Fa Bank"
A Laughable bketch, illustrating the
workinir of tlio institution. Written by
one who "was there." Characters by the
Company. Thu whole to conclude with the
"CAROLINA CAKE WALK J V
Overture at 7: 10. To conclude at IOiISO.
PricoB as Usual, 50c, 75c. and SI.
gW Hox Plan open nt Levey's where
Tieketscaiiheliad for all partsof thu house,
DlJRINd THU TEMPORARY AH
tencu of our Mr. Win. (I. Irwin from
thu Kingdom, Mr. Ii. I. Spalding will net
for our Jiaiik under power of attorney.
CLAUB BPRKCKKI.B ,t CO.
Honolulu, Deo. II, lWU. 5tl.t-lw
MMIK UNDRRBKINKI) HAVINd
JL bought out the interest of Mow Sing,
who aro about to leave for China, in thu
New Model Restaurant, will not hu res-
lonsihlu for any debts contracted by the
ski: SI NO CO.
Honolulu, Dee. 7, 18UJ.
r 111 UN WKN
his interest in
buildings and lease on Heretania
street from Kahalekal et al, to the under
signed, Said Wing Cluing will pay all hit
outstanding debts in regard to said pro
perty, the miIu to take ullect from Decern
bur 7, Ib'J-'. (IAN CHONO,
Honolulu, Dec. 3, lb'JJ.
Bostoman Minstrels !
- vel I Xneixrpensrv-e I
to inspect our Slock before making their
If you want a
Sliawl or a
If you want a Sjool
Thread or a Bolt of Silk;
If you want baryuins in Lu
dicx' White Goods;
want a Doll for the.
If you want a J'oranol or an
If you want Value for Your
Money, do you know what to dot
5 0-u.r Stools of
Kodaks I Christmas
- IB NUT Cjl lTR P,XIIAl'STi:D -
Prioes from $7,00 to $75.00,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
IO Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
RY last sti:ami:r a itli. link ok
black: g-oods i
Hlack Cashmere l.'-inch wide, 50 cents per
yard and upwards,
lllack India Lawn, Hlack French Uiwn.
Hlack Batteeu In Plain and Figured.
Hlack Calico in Plain and Figured.
B. F. EHLERS
IW DrvUiaKIuu, under thu
t& CALL AT SACHS.
gjST CALL AT SACHS'.
tfBT CALL AT SACHS'.
&T CALL AT SACHS'.
tJT CALL AT SACHS'.
tjr CALL AT SACHS'.
C0T CALL AT'SACHS.
0T CALL AT SAC in.
SJtT CALL AT SACHS'.
UF CALL AT SACHS'.
Hlack, Cotton, bilk and Kid Gloves in all
Hlack Stockings for Ladles and Children.
Hlack Bilk Warp llvnricttn Cloths,
Lie, F.tc, Ktc, Ktu.
& CO.'S, 99 Fort. St.
uiuua.gciiioiit of Miss K. CLARK. -Jfc