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Corner oi Fort and
t I3tg lo Notify the
Must be Closed Out
rS Iy Stock consists of
PRICES arc the LOWEST.
Scfir5 To .Buy Useful I 'resents at Closing- out l'rices
is an Occurrence which Seldom Occurs.
iSSr I have
can't help but
S5 Call Soon in Order to
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY.
Velocipedes, best make, for Boys from 3 to
PACIFIC MlMilE CO, Ltd
Cummins' Block, Port Street.
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
THEO. H. DA
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumanu St., Ground Floor,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS !
SPECIAL DISPLAY OK
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
3Srew Rugs and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Iyoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
Genoml .Public (lint,
USEFUL TOYS and my
many Coaxcrs in the TOY LINE that
prove irresistible to you.
Get the Best Bargains:
Temple of Fasliioii.
VIES & CO.
Mo.vn.w, Doc. 12, 1.SSI2.
Assembly I'fiiiu' to order for
:i( !) oVlol;. Koll fall and
ruiidiiigof minutes of iHovions inoit
litir. .Minutes nvprovt'd.
The following petition were pre
sented and referred:
ly Noble Peterson, from It. von
Weil hern praying tliat tlie Mini of
S7(KK) damapw he awaided liini for
losses sustained by liitn aeeording to
a staletnent of fuels subjoined, Hie
facts presented tend to show that
the petitioner was promised a posi
tion as instructor to a proposed
Koyal (.5 Hard oT about T(X) men, by
tin' late King ICalaUaua. not receiv
ing which and tor . . her causes he
claims the said damages, Referred
to the Military Committee.
By voblo Peterson, from Messrs.
Maefarhuio A: Co.. praying for the
sum of "11.7f for luiuors furnished
the Samoan Legation in 1SS0, To
By tlTo same member, from the
Hawaiian Hotel Co. (I'd), praying
for $127.110 for gasoline supplied to
Hawaiian Jlolel on nights when the
electric light was not lighting. To
Also by the same member, from
members of the .Board of Inspectors
of the 1st precinct, 8th district of
Oahu, that t ho sum of $lJi be al
lowed them for expenses. To Com
mittee on Finance.
Noble Young, from residents of
Hilo, Hawaii, praying (1) that the
Kiro Department of that place be
established on a legal basis; (2) that
the sum of $1(XX) bo appropriated
for1 lire plugs for Hilo; (IS) that an
engine and spare hose bo forwarded
to that place: (t) that an appropri
ation be inserted for the economical
maintenance of a lire company at
that place. To Public Lands Com
mittee. 13y Noble Cornwoll, that an appro
priation bo made for a road in Kula,
Maui. On motion the petition was
referred to the following select com
mittee: Nobles Cornwoll, "Williams,
.Hops. Wilder, Kanoalii and Ed
monds. Hop. Wilder, under suspension of
tho rules, presented a report from
tho Commit too on Commerce in re
tho petition of the Pugot Sound and
Hawaiian Trallic Co. The committee
recommend tho insertion in the Ap
propriation TJill of an item, "Sub
sidy to tho Pugot Sound and Ha
waiian Trallic Co., SoOO for each
monthly round trip between Paget
Sound ports and Honolulu from
February I, LSSW, to .March .'11, IS!) I,
$7000, on conditions that tho service
shall bo performed by a lirsl-class
steamer of not less than 1200 gross
tons; that said Company shall carry
tho Hawaiian mails free; that no
part of said subsidy shall bo duo or
paid until six months of such month
ly service shall have been performed,
and no further payment until tho
twelfth ha-, been made and there
after monthly." Signed by all of (he
committee. Heport tabled for con
sideration with the Appropriation
Noble Williams, from the Print
ing Committee, reported Bill 117
(amended sections) printed.
Hop. Kamauoha read for tho first
and second times a bill to regulate
tho appointment of teachers to the
primary schools of tho kingdom. To
Committee on Education.
'Hop. Kapahu questioned tho Min
ister of tho Interior relative to land
leased by tho Government to tho
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., and tho
removal of timber from the said
Hep. wninuilani gave notice of in
tention to introduce an act permit
ting practitioners in tho police
courts to practise before tho circuit
The Order of the Da3- was now, at
0:17, moved and tho Appropriation
Bill came up for consideration.
The -Minister of Fiuanco moved
now items in the Bureau of Customs,
viz.: (1) Balance duo Guards to
November .'50, 1S02, $'.)()(); passed.
(2) Bureau of Survey, balance duo to
assistants to November '0th, $2010;
Hep. Kaunamano moved a now
item, Telephone from Kailua to Ka
waihao, Hawaii, $2000, provided resi
dents expend a like amount. Passed.
Noble Hopkins moved that the
sum of $.'),,)(').ri be inserted in the bill
to cover expenses of collecting his
torical matter appertaining to Ha
waii. Hep. White favored tho motion
and spoke strongly in favor of it.
Hep. l'ua also spoke in favor.
Hop. Smith moved that tho item
pass id $2o(K).
Hep. Kanoalii was glad that the
petitions connected with this pro
posed item had been read. It show
ed that Mr. Hoes was attempting to
get in in disguise. Ho was not in favor
of it. He moved that the item be
struck out but amended by moving
the iudeliuite postponement.
On motion of Noble Cornwoll the
ayes and nays were taken on the
motion to indefinitely postpone
showing the result to bo 'MS against
the motion to C in favor, Minister
Brown, Nobles Williams, Walbridge
and Thurston, and Hops. Ashford,
Koahou and Nahinu being absent.
On motion the item at $f!!)r was
lost and that at $2500 passed.
Under suspension of tho rules Hep.
White presented a petition from
Mechanic Engine Co. 2, praying that
tho sum of $1000 be appropriated for
a hose cart for that company.
Hop. White now moved the inser
tion of the item in the Appropria
tion Bill and succeeded in gaining
his point by a close vole of IS to 17,
after two counts.
Hop. White moved that the item
of Expenses of Legislature bo con
sidered and that the sum of $(S000 bo
added thereto for tho purpose of
enabling members to draw the in
creased salary under the lately pass
ed constitutional amendment.
Hut little argument was had, a
voto being very quickly reached and
showing 21 in favor to 'J against.
Hep. Smith doubted the vote, ho
would protest against any such ac
tion as was intended, especially for
the reasons that he considered it
illegal, unconstitutional, a shame
ami a disgrace to pass this amount
for the purpose intended, lie claim
ed that the Representatives had no
right to vote on the matter, as it
was something by which they wore
personally benefited, in fact, put
ting money in their pockets. He
thought that it was wrong to vote
money in this wav.
After somo lengthy argument No
ble Peterson moved that the item be
vefoned to tho .ludiciary Committee.
t'nder suspension of the rules
Hep. Kamauoha pre-ented a minor
ity report on Bill W.", providing for
Hie calling of a Constitutional Con
vention. The minority say that it
will cost about $ir,(KK) to carry out
the provisions of the bill, but believe
that it will bo in accord with the
wishes of the general public. He
port received and ordered for con
sideration on Thursday next.
Noble Cornwoll, from a special
committee, under suspension of the
rules, presented a leport on a peti
tion asking for .$(500 for repairs to a
road at kula, Maui. The commit
tee favor the item. Heport tabled
for consideration with tho Appropri
At 12, on motion, recess was had
until 1:'5() p. in.
The Assembly re-convened from
recess at 1:30 o'clock and continued
with the consideration of items in
the Appropriation Bill, the follow
ing being passed:
Bent Custom llouso Lot,Kahuiui,
Kent Post Ollice, Hilo, $1200.
Aid to Encourage the transmis
sion of Messages and Intelligence
between the Islands of the Kingdom
b-Means of Homing Pigeons, SiSOO.
Judgment favor J. Kahawai,
Judgments expected, $1(500.
Deputy Attorney-General services
last period, $'51 75.
"Ho pairs Hoads Kula, Maui, $(500.
On motion the item in io subsidy
for Hie Puget Sound and Hawaiian
Trallic Co. came up for considera
tion. Tho report of tho Committee
on Commerce was read.
Noble Horner moved that the sum
of $1-1,000 be inserted instead of
$7000 wit ha proviso that tho vessel
touch at Hilo on arrival and depart
ure, lie thought tho line would be
a great advautago to the islands.
Hep. Kanoalii did not believe in
this proposed one-sided service. He
desired thai the steamer touch at
Hop. Smith would bo agreed to
pay that subsidy if it could be
afforded, but to do so now would be,
simply biting oil" more than wo could
chew, in this matter the country
was well protected by tho committee
proviso, there was no grab game.
This opening up of various steamer
lines would developo the country.
Hop. Wildor said that tho whole
matter had been exhaustively talked
over iu committee. By development
the Puget Sound market would bo
found larger than the San Francisco
market, fie objected to any riders
being placed on tho report; plain
sailing was tho best waj- to accom
plish tho object intended. The trip
to touch at Hilo on route was sutli
cienl. Hop. losopa would voto in favor if
the steamer would stop at Lahaiua,
Nohlo Horner said that t hero being
no Representative from Hilo present
and ho was a Noblo for tho whole
island of Hawaii then ho would urge
that tho steamers call at Hilo going
and coming, and would favor tho
sum of $2."0 additional each trip.
Rep. Kamauoha favored tho
amount but desired that tho steamers
call in at Mahukona, Hawaii.
On motion of Hep. Wilder all the
motions to call at various ports out
side of Hilo and Honolulu woro
tabled and the report of tho com
mittee favoring tho sum of $7i)00
was approved and inserted in tho
Palace Furniture, $10,000. Passed
Hoi). Pua olleied a resolution "Aid
to production of marketable ramie,
After some debate the resolution,
on motion, was indefinitely post
Noblo Pua offered a resolution for
fencing cemetery at Puoa, Kapalama,
A report on a petition from ono J.
Eli of Molokai claiming $1000 dam
ages was read, and on motion the
sum t of $200 .with riders attached
was inserted in the bill.
On motion of tho Altornoy-Gon-eral
the Clerk was ordered to insert
the now items in tho 1st Section and
the section was then passed subject
At -I o'clock on motion tho Assem
When on a visit to Iowa, Mr. K.
Dolton, of Luray, Jiiihsull County,
Kaunas, callod at tho laboratory of
Chaiiilmrlain k, Co., Dos Moines, to
hhow tlit'iu his six year old boy,
whoso lifo had boon saved by Cham
borlain'h Cough Homedy, it having
cured him of a very sovoru altaek of
croup. -Mr. Dnlton is certain that it
saved his boy's lifo and is enthus
iastic in his praiso of tho Jtoniody.
For sale by all dealers. fJonson,
Smith it Co., Agents for tho Hawai
Wo have just opened a lino of tho
latest publications in Etchings,
Artolypes, .Pastels and other sheet
pii'tnros. Ki.su Buos.
ON LON OI! SHOUT
I en mi a Cottage with
Miiliiblo ground. TerniK
must bo low. Addi-ues
"Itont," Hiii.i.i:tin Ollli-o.
A I IBS HITSTAl'U WILL HOLD HKH
111 Annual Kale of Fanev Articles on
Wl-'DNF.SDAY, THUHSDAV and Fltl
DA V, December 11th, 15th and Kith, from
0:'i0 a. i. to 6 i'. m.. at thu htoro formorlv
occupied by lCgan t tluiin on King btreet,
Hawaiian Man CUj
Saturday, Dec. 10, 1802.
The Christmas Menu contest closes on
the lCth in st.
Thr dinner is lo be Jor five people and
not to eost more than $10.
The Menus will be judged entirely on
their merits and without regard lo the
persons submitting them.
$10 (joes to the amateur and $5 to the
professional furuishina the best Menus.
On the 21st i)i.i . the Menus will be
published in the liulletin and the best
o them in' be appropriately illustrated,
the above we
come the Bulletin
to contribute to the contest.
Understand that the entire fam
ily, though there may be only
one paper sent to the house, is
entitled to compete. The more
Menus submitted the more in
teresting will be the publica
tion. Names of persons sub
mitting the Menus will not be
published if they request us
at low prices
last week was
brisk, but we in
have some excellent ones letf
that go to you at the same re
duced price until they are sold.
It is an opportunity you may
not have again. If you need
light grasp it.
This year our stock of Cut
Glass is composed of small
pieces which come within the
reach of the thinnest purse.
Last season j when coin was
ful we had lar
ger and more
in the smaller
for one or two flowers; Olive
Dishes, Sauce Platters and
Water Pitchers so delicately
cut and shaped as to attract
the attention of people who
enjoy a meal more when the
Viands are placed in appro
priate settings. Cut glass is
like gold, age does not detract
irom its ap
p e a r a n c e .
ing odd pieces
of cut glass is
as much a fad of the
as gathering pieces of old lace.
But it's less expensive. The
prices marked on our assort
ment are surprisingly low
while the pieces are as beauti
ful as any we have ever had
There is nothing more appro
priate for Christmas.
The lamp business is still
booming- and the indications
point toa long
of it. There's
wet when it comes
to lamps. Two or three new
designs, have some very fetch
ing points about them. One
with a black frame work around
a brass fount is the handsomest
we have among the inexpensive
hangers. While it is strong
and everlasting the absence of
anything too massive or bung
ling adds to its superiority
over the others.
run on parlor
but we were
well prepared or be
for it. We still have some
very choice, ones, marvels of
cheapness. Our stock was con
sidered perfect last year but
the lamp workers have been
improving and a recent visit to
the factories in the East enabled
us to get hold of some that
lainy discount anytning we
out of sip-lit.
One of them made of brass and
inlaid with genuine Mexican
Onyx will win any one's admir
ation. Hawaiian Hardware Co., LM
Oppo. Spreckels' Hlock, .
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrlvo Honolulu Lcavo Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
Pee. 23 ' Jim. I
.Tun. J.'i Kelt. 1
Feb. !M Mnr. 1
Mnr. 2-J Mnr. !2l)
Apr. 10 Apr. 2(1
From San Franelseo From Sydney for
for Sydney. Snn Franelseo.
Arriie Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
MONOWAI, Dec. 10
ALAMKDA, .Tnn. Ill
MARIPOSA, Feb. 10
MOXOW'Al, Mnr. 10
ALAMKDA, Dec. lfi
MARIPOSA, Jim 12
MONOWAI, Feb. 11
ALAMKDA, Mnr. 1)
MARIPOSA, April (I
MAHIl'OSA, May IS MONOWAI, Mny -1
Monday, Nov. 21st
51. S. LEVY'S
Dry & Fancy Goods
11. S. Moom:, Supt. W. H. Taylor, 1'res.
Bisk Iron forks,
San Francisco, - - Cal.
Improved Sup1 Machine
BOILERS & ENGINES.
For Irrigating and Water Works purposes
of any cupneity.
Wrought Iron & Steel Water Pipe & Fluming
MATHKSON LOCK-JOINT 1'IPE,
HEINE SAFETY BOILER,
Htc, Etc, Etc., Etc.
BP" For further particulnrs nnd cata
I-liscioxi Iron Works, I
San Frnncihco, California.
HOW OLD ARE YOU?
Give the number of tho month in which
you were born.
Multiply by M.
Multiply by 1(K).
Add number of day of the month on
which you were born.
In tho result the first two left-hand
figures will bo the month thu second two
the ago tho third two thu day of the
If you will calculate your age by tho
above formula and enclose tho lesnlt to
us, wo will furnish you with an illustra
tion, not bv Doro', but by the EQUIT
ABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY of
the United States, showing tho advantages
of their Free Tontino Policies and Uonds,
based on tho actual results of Policies
which have matured this year.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGBT,
General Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
Equitable Lifo Assurance Society of tho
"ST. OLAF 11UAND"
Superior to Any Other !
This Milk is prepared in Norway from
tho I'nro Unskimmed Milk of Norwegian
Cows, fed on mountain grass. There is
nothing added uxcopt tho Finest Sugar,
and nothing taken away from it but water,
It therefore possesi-os all tho original pro
perties and aroma peculiar to Norwegian
For Salo In Quantities to Suit by
II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
FIRST-CLASS FAMILY 11ATH1NG
Resort at Wnikiki. Trnincars nass
the gntu. Special arrangements can bo
made for Family Picnics and Evenini:
Itathing Parties. 588-tf
T AWN MOWERS
X-i dav. week or
TO LET 1IY THE
Cleaniim and Sharnoiilnir done: Dm
Pieces furnished when required. Machines
railed for and returned. Also, Repairing
Garden Hoso in fact, can do anything
necessnry around tho houso or stable.
Ring up Mutual Telephone 1G2.
6Sl.tr N. F. HURGESS.
Subscribe Jor the Daily liulletin,
cents per month.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
W. C. Wii.iikr, Pros. S. H. Hose, Bee.
Oai-t. J. A. Kino, Port Supt.
Will lenvo Honolulu at 2 p. m., touching at
Lnlinlnn, Mnnlncn lJnv mid Mnkenn tho
sninodnyj Mnhukonn, Knwnlliau nnd Lmi
imhochou tho followlni: dny, arriving nt
llllo nt tnldtilulit.
Tncsdny Dec. in
Frldnv Deo. 23
Tuesday Jan. a
Friday Jan. II!
Tuesday Jan. 21
Friday Feb. 3
Tuciliiy Feb. 14
Fridny Feb. 24
Tuesdny Mar. 7
Fridny Mnr. 17
Returning leaves llllo, touching at Lnu
iinlioelioo snnio dny; Knwnilinu a. m. J Ma
liukona 10 a. m.j Makcnn 4 r. m.; Manlneu
Hay Ui'. m.; Lnlinlnn 8 v. m. tho following
day; arriving nt Honolulu (I a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
AltlUVKS AT HONOLULU:
Wednesday Dee. 21
Saturday Due. .11
Wednesday Jan. n
Saturday Jan. 21
Wednesday Fob. 1
Snturdny Fob. 11
Wednesday Fob. 22
Saturday Mar. -I
Wednesday Mnr. 15
Saturday Mnr. 25
Xo Frciclit will bo received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
YSill leave Honolulu every Tuesdav nt 5
m., touching at Knhulul, Huelo. Hiuui,
Hniiioa niul Kipabulu.
Heturnlng will arrive nt Honolulu every
No Freight will
bo received nfter
4 p. m. on day of sailing.
uonsicnees must no at tno landings
receive their Freight, ns wo will not liolil
ourselves responsible nfter such Freight
has been limited.
While tho Company will uso duo dili
gence in handling Live Stock, wo decline
to assume any responsibility incase of the
loss of tamo.
Tho Company will not be responsible for
Money or Jewelry unless plnced in the care
IM. G. IRWIN & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
AI.EX. CROSS & SONS'
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures.
Wo arc also prepnred to take orders for
Messrs. N. Olilandt 8s do.' a
Insuring prompt delivery.
tW This is a superior Paint Oil, con
suming less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
givinir u lasting uruuaucy io colors.
Used with driers It gives n splendid
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef
J'AIUFFINK TAINT CO.'fl
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboes' Diamond, Enamel & Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Win. G. Irwin, - President and Manager
Chilis Sprockets, - - - - Vice-President
W. M. Oltl'ard, - Secretary and Treasurer
Thco. 0. Porter ------ Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
A. CHOICE LOT OF
Singing Canary Birds !
Just Received ox R. S,
- FOR SALE CHEAP BY
LEWIS J. LEVEY.
Big Cornfed, Farmraised Turkeys
ITor Christmas !
FOR SALE AT THE
KaJilni Poi Factory:,
GSlMiu AV. L. WILCOX,
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