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PIIOM AND AFTEU OCTOBER 1. 1892.
A.M. r.M. P.M.
Leavo Honolulu.. .0:16
Arrlvo Honolulu.. 8:35
PKAMi OlTY LOCAL.
Lcavo Honolulu 5:108 ....
Arrlvo Pearl City., 5:488 ....
Lcavo Pearl Olty..:55
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays oxcoptod. t Saturdays only.
8 Saturdays oxccptcd.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, DEO. 14, 1892.
-Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Stmr Jamos Mnkce from Kauai
Stmr Kllimea Hou from Molokai
- ' Wednesday, Deo. 14.
Am bktno Amelia, Ward, for Port Blakely
Vossola Leaving To-morrow.
8tmr Pelo for Makawcll
For Maul, per stmr Olaudinc, Deo 13
Mrs It D Walbridge, O Forstor, Miss lton
wick, Miss Ida Plemmor, Mrs Shraeder, G
Eyaml, Mrs H Q Trcadway and 2 children,
Hon W H Cornwoll.
For Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, Dec 13
S T Alexander, Hon H P Baldwin, H W
Schmidt, Henry and Willio Schmidt, O
Borlowltz, Mrs Kruso, Mr Takamaia. J do
Graves. Mr Hook, H Catton, Ako, Ah Liu,
Ah Chin, Chin Fan, Hon Paul P Konoa.
Vessels in Fort.
UBS Boston, AViltso, from Hilo
Gor bk J C Glade, from Liverpool
Am 4-masted schr Aloha, Dabel, from San
Bktno S G Wilder, Griffiths, from San
Bk Coylon, Calhoun, from San Francisco
Haw Bk Manna Ala, Smith, from New
castle, N B W
Am bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am bktne Irmgard, Schmidt, from
Am schr Transit, Jorgensen, from San
ensue, n d w, one iec ai
l'nincisco, uuo uec u
Br bk Bylgic from-Hongkong, due Deo 5
Uer bark H Hackfeld Jrom Liverpool,
' Shipping Notes.
The bark Albert is still lying at Brewer's
. The steamer W. G. Hall will bo duo from
windward ports on Friday afternoon.
The barkentlne S. G. Wilder is now lying
at the new Fort street wharf, awaiting
The schooner Liholiho is being over
hauled. She looks pretty rusty after her
trip to Lysan Island.
The steamer Pele -will .leavo to-morrow
for Kauai to bring tho cargo jof sugar left
by tho MikahalOfjon. Account of tho rough
The sloop San Pedro running between
here and Waianae is doing good business.
Its owners" charge McKinley prices for
freight to and from Waianao, consequently
get nearly all the rotail business. Tho
sloop has experienced some very rougli
BROWN NOT SATISFIED.
He Brings Another Suit Against O.
Mr. O. A. Brown was dismissed a
few weeks ago by the Mac'farlano
Ministry from serving as Tax Asses
sor on account of ;neddling in poli
tics. This afternoon Mr. Brown swore
out a writ of mandamus command
ing Mr. O. N.i Spencer to show cause
why ho should not bo iutordioted
- from performing the duties of Tax
Assessor and Collector for Oahu.
Tho papers have been served, re
turnable on tho 16th inst. Tho in
junction will be heard in tho Su
, is always an accoptablo present for
Christinas. Tho Pacific Hardware
Company have just oponod a lino of
pictures comprising monochromes,
artotypos, photogravures, Randall's
and Guorin's, photographs, panels,
cabinet frames, medallions on glass,
Jiastols, stool engravings, etc. Thoir
inos of Mouldings comprise tho
latest pattornsl and picture framing
is niado a specialty.
An assortment of Cornico Polos,
Brackets and Trimming, always on
A number of pictures wore sold
tho day thoy wore oponod, and tho
continued demand is reducing the
Whon on a visit to Iowa, Mr. K.
Dolton, of Luray, Russell County,
Kansas, called at tho laboratory of
Chamborlaiu & Co., Dos Moines, to
sTiow thom his six year old boy,
whose lifo had boon saved by Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy, it having
cured him of a very sovoro attack of
..croup. Mr. Daltott is certain that it
saved his boy's, lifo and is enthus
iastic in his praiso of tho Romody.
For salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agonts for the Hawai
A friend is an earthly minister of
A friend is like ivy tho greater
tho ruin tho closer he clings,
A friend is ono who to himsolf is
true, and therefore must bo so to
A friend is ono who, gaining the'
top of tho ladder; won't forget you
if you remain at tho bottom,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tbo Hawaiian bark Maiina Ala is
offered for froight or chartor.
The S. S. Alameda from tho Colo
nics maybo signaled any hour.
Elegant goods for tho holidays' are
advertised by B. P. Ehlors & Co.
A. Hocking has boon appointed a
mombor ol tho Eoad Board of Maka
wao. O. Alapa has boon appointed to
fill a vacancy on tho Road Board of
Paul Neumann and J. W. Jones
loft on tho Kinau yesterday after
noon for Lahaina.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Weather,
clear; wind frosh southeast; Kilauoa
Hou 15 milos oast.
Tho stoam rollor is at work on tho
King street road near tho tramway
terminus at Falama.
Ka Loo has boon termed tho "Re
cord Buster." since it irivos news two
wooks at tho othor end.
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s
monu contest will oloso on Priday
noxt. Only two days to sond in your
Tho Honolulu Dairy have put in a
Croamory will deliver fresh croam
morning or afternoon to suit cus
tomers. Homor's Banking Bill will como
up for discussion in tho Assembly
to-morrow morning, before Commit
too of tho Whole.
A 'number of weddings will tako
place before tho New Year. It soems
tho young folks want to start marri
ed lifo on tho first of tho year.
"Vistas of Hawaii," tho prettiest
Christmas present of the season, is
sold for $1 by tho Pacific Hardwaro
Co., and photogravures of tho scones
Tho afterglow yostorday evening
was admired by all who looked out.
Tho bright red glow was a long timo
fading away boforo tho advancing
Tho Holomua navs a hicrh tribute
to tho foreman of Engino Co. No. 2,
Carl Widomanu, whom it hqpos to
soo around again ablo to row and
A special mooting of tho Chamber
of Commerce will be held at thoir
room to-morrow morning at 10:30
o'clock. Every member is earnestly
requested to bo present.
J. Kaweolaui pleaded guilty to
playing cho fa ;gfn tho Police
Court this morning and was fined
$100. When tho poor man hoard the
sentence Ins lip dropped.
Nine tourists left on the steamer
Kinau yesterday for tho Volcano.
Those who returned on the last trip
report the pit in an active state and
a beautiful sight to behold.
L. J. Levey will hold his annual
clearance auction sale by order of T.
H. Davios & Co. at his salesroom at
10 o'clock to-morrow. A beautiful
assortment of, goods will be offered.
Mr. Bruco Cartwright becomes a
member of tho consular corps, his
commission as Consul for tho Re
public of Peru being officially recog
nized by the Minister of Foreign Af
The Japanese defendant in the
kidnappinp case in the Police Court
yesterday was discharged this morn
ing oyduuge jl' osier, wno neiu mat
thoTovidonco did not warrant com
mittal. Tho steamer Mikahala was unable
to connect with Hanamaulu, Kauai,
on her last trip, and consequently
another steamer will have to bo des
patched to bring tho cargo. It was
owing to tho rough weather.
Tho articles to be sold at J. P.
Morgan's first Christmas sale to
morrow evening wore placed on ex
hibition to-day. Tho collection of
goods comprises a fine lot of arti
cles suitable for holiday presents.
Thoy will be on view all to-morrow.
In a window of tho storo of King
Bros, is a square casement covered
with butterflies of all colors and de
scriptions. The display is an artistic
one and embodies the indefatigable
energy of some collector. Butter
flies with wings much resembling
peacocus' are on exhibition.
A Chinaman was arrested between
10 and 11 o'clock on Saturday night
at Kikihalo, A South Sea Islander
was going home, when tho odor of
opium was wafted to his uostrils.
He pooped through a stable door
and saw a Chinaman enjoying a puff
at tho noxious drug. A policeman
caino along and thoy outorod tho
placo and arrested John. This
morning ho was found guilty of
smoking insoo in tho Polico Court
and sentenced to pay a fine of $50.
Hearing Boforo Judge Bickorton
Oaso Under Consideration.
Joseph B. Cook, tho defaulting
Polico Cdurt clerk of San Francisco,
was brought up boforo Judgo Bicker
toil in the Supromo Court to-day,
Argumont was had as to whether
ombozzlomont was in the crimos of
tho oxtraditiou treaty. Cook is
ohargod with defaulting in tho sum
of $875, funds belonging to tho State
of California. Marshal C, B. Wilson
and otltora wore placed on tho wit
ness stand. Counsel denied that his
(defendant's) name is Cook, but J.
C. Watson, tho name undor which
ho camo horo on tho Castlo. He ad
mitted, howovor, to tho Marshal that
his name is Cook. Dooumonts mado
in tho Suporior Court at San Fran
cisco woro offered by tho Attornoy
Gonoral as ovidonco and objectod to
by O. W Ashforu. Judgo Bickorton
took tho matter under consideration.
Attornoy-Gonoral Brown stated to
the Court that Cook would bo nllow
od his liberty and not placed in cus
tody. A cordial invitation is oxtonded to
all to call and inspect our Christmas
stock comprising art and fanoy
goods of all sorts. Storo open Satur
Wednesday, Doc. 14, 1892.
Assembly convened at 9
for pravor. after which tho
roll was called and thon tho minutes
of tho provious mooting woro' road
and, as usual, approved.
Noblo Williams, from tho Printing
Committoo, roportod Bill 221, to
amend Section 8 of tho Act to re
organize the Judioiary, as printed
and roadyfor distribution.
Tho Minister of Finauco gavo
notico of intention to introduce- a
bill relating to tho protection of
funds of depositors in tho Postal
Savings Bank. Later on road by
Tho Attornoy-Gonoral gavo notico
of a bill relating to proceedings in
bankruptcy. Later on road by title.
Rop. Whito, undor suspension of
tho rulos, gavo notice and had road
for tho first and second times a bill
to admit railroad material froo of
duty. Referred to Committoo on
On motion Bill 210, relating to tho
salary of tho Auditor-General, and
Bill 127, relating to tho ro-arrango-mont
of the Board of Health and
touching on tho salary of tho Presi
dent of tho Board, woro taken up
for consideration, as thoy had to bo
disposed of to allow consideration
of tho salaries of tho two offices in
dicated. Bill 210 camo up first, on second
Rop. Smith favored roferenco to
the Judiciary Committeo. Ho did
not approvo of tho Legislature hav
ing the disposition of tho salary of
tho Auditor-General in tho manner
proposed; it should bo a fixed
amount. Ho favored reforenco to
tho committeo or pise indefinite
Tho Minister of Finance said that
ho agreed with Rop. Smith. Tho
reason the Cabinet had introduced
tho bill was because there was a de
sire on thoir part to have tho House
give an expression of opinion. Ho
and his colloaguos favored a salary
for the Auditor tho same as that of
a Cabinet Minister. Thoy appreci
ated and recognized tho valuo of the
office. Tho Cabinet would support
roferenco to tho Judiciary Com
mittee. Rep. Robert W. Wilcox did not
favor roferenco. That "was only a
pretext for a longor delay in the
finishing up of tho legislative busi
noss. The sosion would not end un
til tho middle of February if this
sort of action was to prevail. As ho
was now situatod,: the Auditor-General
was above everybody. The
Legislature can rogulato tho pay of
tho Queon, tho Cabinet, and other
officers, but cannot touch tho pay of
this officer. Tho Auditor was the
boss of the Cabinet., Although the
Auditor was not the Popo of Romo
some people regarded him as infalli
ble. He had, himself, a poor opinion
of tho office and would abolish it if
Rep. Smith offered an amendment
to tho Audit Bill that "the salary
shall not be less than .a Cabinet
Rep. Bipikane favored the passage
of tho bill as presented without the
Rep. Iosopa considered that the
amendment was only whipping' the
devil around tho stump. Tho Cabi
net woro tho busy bees that wrestled
around from flower to flower and de
posited their store of honey in tho
Treasury vaults. Tho Auditor-General
was a drono in the hive who
lived luxuriously off the store pro
vided by others.
Rep. Kauhano considered that the
office was an important ono. Ho ap
proved of tho law us it was now but;
would support tho amendment that
tho salary bo appropriated by tho
Legislature, but an amount not loss
than that of a Cabinet Minister.
Rop. Kanoalii moved tho previous
question, which being carried tho
ayes and noes wore called on tho
amendment proposed by Rop. Smith
and supported by tho Cabinet, re
sulting in its dofoat by a vote of 22
to 19 as follows:
Ayos Ministers Wilcox. Robin
son, Jones and Brown; Nobles Bor
gor, Ena, Cummins, Williams, Kau
hane, Hind, Young, Walbridgo, An
derson aud Droior; Reps. Wilder,
Edmonds, Akiuu, Smith and A. S.
Noes Nobles Hopkins, Pua,
Peterson, Mailo, J. M. Homer, Hoa-
Sili, Marsdon, W. Y. Homer; Reps,
ipikano, Pua, Kauhi, R. W.Wilcox,
A. Hornor, Kauuamano, Kamauoha,
Wnipuilani, Kapahu, Nahinu, Whito,
Kanoalii, Kaluna and Iosopa 22.
Aosoni jnouios .uaiuwin, corn
woll and Thurston; Rops. Ashford,
Aid, liusn and Koaliou.
On motion tho bill was ordorod to
engrossment and for third reading
Bill 127, above referred to, was
taken up, and on motion of Rop.
Smith action was deferred until tho
Sanitary Committoo mado a report
on a petition which thoy woro now
Noblo Potoreon moved that tho
rules bo suspended and tho consider
ation of tho Appropriation Bill bo
deferred, aud that the bills on tho
Order of tho Day bo taken up for
Bill 75, to rogulato tho practico of
dontistry, camo up on third reading
and, after a short argumont, was
passed. Tho voto thoreon was, on
motion of Rop. Whito, attomptod to
bo roconsidorod but failed.
Bill 206, to consolidato and amend
tho law relating to tho vending of
goods, wares and morchandiso in tho
kingdom, camo up on third reading,
Tho bill was regarded as a good
measure, and passed without any
Bill 183, to exempt certain forest
lands from taxation, came up on
third reading oud.passed.
Bill 216, relating to reduction of
duty on bioyolos f rom 20 to 10 per
Bill 14, to ostablish a Bureau of
Agriculture and Forestry, camo up
on second reading in connection
with a report from tho Publio Lands
Committoo. Tho committoo recom
mend tho bill pass.
On motion tho bill was ordorod
considered section by section.
Soction 1. Providing for tho cre
ation of the Bureau and its objects.
Soction 2. Tho Bureau, how form
ed, otc. Passed.
Soction 8. Rolativo to tho timo of
mootings and tho promulgation of
rulos, otc. Passed.
Soction 4. Bureau, on recommen
dation, may remunerate any land
owner who may undortako any ox-
porimonini cultivation iur uiu puu
lie bonofit. Passod. ,
Soction 5. Upon recommendation
of tho Bureau tho Minister may offer
Soction 6. Minister of Inlorior
may authorizo tho holding of fairs
and givo prizes. Passed.'
Soction 7. Minister shall havo
power to sot aside or obtain lands
for oxporimontal stations. Passod.
Soction 8. Duties of tho Commis
sioner of the Bureau. Passod.
Soction 9. Commissioner to make
out yearly report of detailed work
Soction 10. Monoj's to bo xindor
control of Ministor for oxponditure.
Receipts to bo turned into treasury.
Soctions 10, 11 and 12, relating to
laws now in oxistonco which snail
become part of tho duties of tho
Bureau; repealing of laws in conflict
and Act to become law on approval,
Tho title was passed, bill in its en
tirety ordorod to engrossment and
for third reading on Tuesday noxt.
At 11:58, on motion, recess was
had until 1:80 p.m.
H. I. J. M. S. KONGO;
To Arrive From Vancouver in About
The Japanese warship Kongo sail
ed Novombor 29th from Vancouver,
B. C, for Honolulu, via San Fran
cisco, and will bo due horo in about
ton days. Tho Kongo, it will bo re
membered, was hero some years ago
in company with tho Hiyoi, a sistor
ship, then on an extended cruiso
among tho Pacific Islands. In 1890
tho Kongo and tho Hiyei wore chosen
to return a number of tho crow of
tho Turkish warship Ertogrul, which
foundered off tho coast of Japan, to
The Kongo is a composite built
vossol of 2250 tons and was built in
England. She is classed as a 13-knot
vossol. Her dimensions are: Length',
231 feet; beam, 41 feot; mean draft.
17 feet 5 inchos. Her engines are of
the compound surfaco condensing
type of 2270 indicated horse-power.
Her armament consists of .three 6-in.
breech-loading Krupp guns on each
sido, two 6.8 in. Krupp guns on tho
bows, four Nordonfoldt four-barroll-
ed and two three-barrelled guns, also
four Krupp 3-in field guns. She
carried an electric search" light and
sir German fish torpedoes, a spar
torpedo launch, hand charges, and a
The Oruol Guard.
Daniel Poopahu, tho guard arrest
ed yesterday for assaulting a Chinese
patient named Inpopo at tho Insane
Asylum on Monday, was tried in the
Polico Court this morning. A follow
guard testified that ho saw Poopahu
striko tho patient in the face whilo
the latter was strapped to a chair,
making his nose blood. Poopahu
stated in defense that the patient
throw up the medicine and kicked
him, knocking him to the ground.
Judgo Foster gavo him ten days, on
tho roof at hard labor, to bo guarded
himself, instead of being a guard.
For a soro throat there is nothing
better than a flannel bandage damp
ened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
It will nearly always effect a cure in
one night'B time. This remedy is
also a favorite for rhoumatism and
has curod many vory severe cases.
50 cent bottles for salo by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for the
Hawaiian Islands. .
ON LONG Oil SHOUT
leuso a Cottage with
suitable grounds. Terms
must bo low. Address
"Itont," Bulletin Oillce.
O NEW COTTAGES ON
Zt l'unclibowl street. Cot-1
tage contains Parlor. 2 Bed-j
rooms; dlnlncroom, kitchen.'
pantry, and bathrooms. Kent $15.
'lairoof L. ADLEU,
C95-2w 13 Nuuanu Street.
DUKING THE TEMPORARY AB
senco of our Mr. "VVm. G. Irwin from
the Kingdom, Mr. E. I. Spalding will uct
for our Bank under powor of attorney.
GLAUS SPUECKELS & CO.
Honolulu, Deo. 0, 18!tt. BttMw
MISB HUSTA0E WILL HOLD HEH
Annual Salo of Fancy Articles on
WEDNESDAY, THUHSDAY and FBI
DAY, December Uth, IStli and 10th, from
0:30 a. M. to 5 r. u.. at tho storo formerly
occupied by Egan & (Hum on King street.
Vistas of Hawaii,
The Paradise Of The Pacific
As Dainty a
EXQUISITELY ILLUBTKATKD WITH MIOTOOBAVUllES
The Prettiest OhrlBtmas Present or trie Season.
gW l'KIOK 1.00i PHOTOGItAVUBEB 76o. -tt
All receipts are devoted by the KUanea Volcano House Company and the Oahu
Hallway Company, the publishers, to advertising tho Islands, and to tho advantage
of the wholo country.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
The Event of the Season I
WHAT IS THE EVENT V WHY THE LATE IMPORTATION OF
WHICH ARRIVED ON THE "AURTRALIA," AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
ISTew I "N"o
For Metal, Plush and Celluloid, Toilet and Manicure
For Fancy Silk, Humlptiintcd, Jeweled and Embroidered Olmir Drapes
For Pure Linen, Tea, Trny, Table and Sideboard Covers nnd Ropo Floss
Fur Novelties in Haudp.aintcd Fans and Handkorcltiof Sachots
For Fine Leather Hand B4gs, Card Cases and a World's Fair Purse
For Ladies' Fine Parasols and Gont's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's Cushmore nnd Silk Coats, Silk Hats, Silk and Muslin Bonnots
For Undressed Mmuquetuiro Kid .Gloves, tan shades; reduced to $1.00
For Gont's Silk Ncgligo Shirts, Windsor Scarfs and, Silk Pajamas
For Ladies' Chiffon Scurfs nnd Chiffon Handkerchiefs in delicate shades
Immense Variety at Exceptionally Low Prices.
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(Best value cvor offered) at 20c, 25c. and 35c. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn "Work and
Elegant Real Lace; Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
gjSP Ladies would do well to7 inspect our Stock beforo making their selections elsewhere. JgCM
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Third Sale of the Series!
Our First Evening Sale
TAKES PLACE ON
3Deo. 1 Btli,
A.T 7" O'CrXjOOEC,
When will bo sold a splendid lino of FINE
GOODS; comprising in part
BLACK AND COLOUEI)
Merinos & Cashmeres,
Woolen & Cotton Dress Goods,
Full Line of White Dress' Goods,
Dross Flannels, Linen Dress Goods,, ,
Victoria & Bishop's Lawns, , : . )
Nun's Veiling, Muslins,
Plain, Colored & Figured
SATINS &' SILKS,
Silk Plush it Velvets
Linen & Cotton Lawns,
A Large Line of
Children's Dresses. Hosiery,
White & Fanoy Skirts, '
And a complete assortment of
Fanoy Tablo Cloths,
Linen Towels & Napkins,
LINEN & COTTON SHEETING,
A Largo Assortment of
above comnrixes an Eleuant
Lino of Now Goods, and will be bold re-
Goods at a
op port in
gW Goods on view
lltli, at 1 o'clock i'. m.
Souvenir as Ever Saw Light
- v - eI I Ineixiperasre i
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Dainty Colored (Border Handkerchiefs at G0c, 75c, v
$1.00, 1.25 and,$1.50 per dozen.
IB. JF1. iEIHIILiIEIIRS Sc GO.
Attractions in Elegant
Japanese Silk and Crepes, at very loiu prices.
& Glove and Haiidkcrchicf Boxes, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
Work Boxes, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all sold regardless of cost.
S3P Ladies' and Misses' Tailor-made Jackets, from $3 up.
IK5" Beaded Silk, Black Gipcs, at your ottm 2rice.
fSIFFans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in great variety. ,
tSf" Dressmaking Under the Uanagomont oi MISS K. CLARE. S3 .
If you want a Shawl or a
' it If yon
Thread or a
want a Spool
Boll of Silk;
If yon want, bargains in La
dies' JWnic Goods; ; . r
want a Doll for the.
If yon want a Parasol or ail
If yon want Value for Your
Money,mkdo you know what to 'dot
Oixr Stoolc of"
Kodaks I Christmas
IS NOT QUITE EXHAUSTED
IFrioes from &T.OO to $76,00.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
108 iFort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
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Goods for the Holidays!
This Evening !.
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