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THE DAM BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, DEO. 15, 1892.
Wr.11sr.suAY, Doc. 11.
StmrWninlmilo fiom Lahaina and Hama
kua TimnsiuY, Dec. 15.
It M S S Alameda, Moi-to; from the Colo-
Stmr Kilauea Hou from Moloknl
Thuiwday, Dee. 15.
K JI S S Alameda. Morso, for San Fran
cisco Stmr Jamos Malcee from Kauai
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr .lames 3tal;eo 1171 bags sugar, 20
bags rieo and 17 pl;gs sundries.
Stmr Waialeale 131:2 bags sugar, 110 Mils
molass-es and 27 plcgs sundries.
From Hamakna and Lahaina, per stmr
Waialeale, Dec 1 1 Mr Otto, Kwnld Kloi
man, Miss Mollio Hush, and 12 others.
From the Colonic, per S S Alameda,
Dec 15 Mr Ducioy, W Deret, Miss A Fos
ter, It 11 Foster,- Mrs Oxley, and 10 cabin
and 15 steerage iiasengers in transit.
The no.vt steamer for the Coast will be
tho Kio dc Janeiro on or about Friday,
Dec. 30. J
Tho steamer James Malice's sugar from
Kapaa has been transferred to tho barkeu
tine S. G. Wilder.
Tlicbarkentino Amelia will not leave for
tho Sound in ballast. She has been moved
out in the stieam.
The Hawaiian steel bark II. 1'. ltithct
will be launched from tho Marino iiaihvay
early to-morrow morning.
The steamer Pole will not leave until
Monday next. In the meantime she is
undergoing a general overhauling.
The steamer Waialeale had her jibboom
, carried away in the Hawaii channel on
Friday night owing to rough weather. One
of the boat steerera was hurt at Hamakua,
also n'shirjjs boat smashed.
The lolloping vessels have either sailed
or are projected departures from Newcastle,
N. S. W., for this port coal-laden: Amoti
on n schooners Hilo and W. F. Witzoman,
bark Lady Lamjson,and barkentincs Mary
Winkelman and John Smith,
DWIGHT In Honolulu, December 15th,
to tho wifo of Chas. 1!. Dwight, a
- See tho now Floral Sots at Benson,
Smith & Co.
C. J. McCarthy lias lots on Liliha
street for salo.
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s,
Perfumes in groat variety at Ben
son, Smith & Co.
Now ideas in Perfumes forholidav
prosonts at Benson, Smith & Co.
Aftor shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith te Co.,
Tho Honolulu Dairy have put in a
Creamery will deliver fresh cream
morning or aftornoon to suit cus
tomers. Mechanics' Homo, 59 and Gl Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
King Bros, have soino very protty
Christmas cards mounted with Ha
waiian ferns. Sond one by the Ala
meda mail on tho 15th.
Winlor & Winter, Donlbts. Ollico,
33 Borotania street.
Gold fillings ,$3.00
Silver fillings 1.00
Toot h extracted 50
Eastern Prices. Mutual Tolo
Whilo Within Fifty Yards of His
A native named Kamokona, em
ployed as a butchor, under tho in
fluence of liquor and within fifty
yards of his homo at Makiki, was
thrown from his horso at 11:15
o'clock 3'estorday morning and sori
ously injured. In falling ho struck
on his head, receiving a bad cut.
Thou tho horso kicked him on tho
forehead while ho was lying insonsi
blo'on tho ground. Kamokona lay
unconscious for somo time, when ho
was picked up and carried homo.
Ho i remained unconscious until lato
in the aftornoon, when ho recovered
spmowhat, His condition is con
sidered critical, as medical attend
ance was not promptly-called. There
is a deep cut on tho top of his head
and a jagged gash across his fore
head. Tho accident Occurred near
Wo have just opened a lino of the
latest publications in Etchings,
Artotypos, Pastels and othorsheot
pictures, Kino Bros.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A letter awnits "13. T." nl this of
fice. Evening sale by J. P. Morgan to
night. "Whorq did you p. ay goods wore .at
hard pan prices? For answer see ad
vertisement. Tho S. S. Alameda will resume her
voyage to San Francisco at t o'clock
Tho Honolulu Carriago Co. adver
tiso their hack and tolophono num
bers, linn to midnight. .
Purser J. B. Sutton has tho thanks
of the UUM.ETIN for nows favors and
a full report of tho passage.
Jiis. F. Morgan will hold a sale of
toys, dolls and fancy goods Satur
day uvoning. All to bo sold.
The Hawaiian Hardwaro Co.'s
nionu contest will closo at this ollico
at '1 o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
Tho Legislature adjourned fori ho
day at 12 o'clock, whilo a motion to
table Horner's Bank Bill was ponding-
Tho bolf-registoring thonnomoter
at Ainahau, Gov. Cloghorn's Waikiki
residence, marked fib' decrees last
There will bo a masquoiado boat
raco to-morrow evening at 5:15
o'clock between two junior crows
from tho Myrtle- Boat (Jlub.
Mrs. J. B. Sutton, wifo of tho pur
sor of tho S. S. Alameda, will return
on that steamer to San Francisco
aftor a brief stay in Honolulu.
Maltby, tho great wheelman, will
bo at tho Armory Saturday after
noon and evening, .'1 and 8 o'clock.
Don't miss seeing him ono timo any
way. Dan Creedon, ono of tho best
middle-weight boxers of Australia,
and Tom Traeoy, a light-weight, are
through passengers on tho S. S.
A. W. Van Valkonburg has boon
awarded judgmont pro forma for
,?300 damages against tho AV. S. S.
Co. Appeal noted. This is anothor
Kahului firo caso.
Mr. "V. H. Bonson, tho piano tuner,
is moving tho organ from tho old
Central Union Church to tho Chi
noso Church on Fort street, that
body having purchased it.
Mrs. Taylor, a passenger who was
in very dolicato health on going on
board tho Alameda at San Francisco,
died and was buried at sea October
25 in lat. 10 1' N., long. 1(51 11' W.
Mombors of Central Union Church
Sunday school children will hold
their first social in tho now
church this evening. The breaking
of money jugs will bo a feature of
A late San Francisco papor sa3's
that tho caso of Illinois Wise, tho
seaman on tho barkentino W. H.
Dimond, indicted for murdor, has
boon transferred from tho District
to tho Circuit Court."
Don't forgot J. F. Morgan's first
ovoning auction salo at his salesroom
to-night. Tho goods have been on
exhibition tho past two days and
comprise an elegant collection of
Tho U. S- S. Boston had practice
yesterday with its quick-firing rillo
on a target pitched on tho roof. Tho
manipulator had it trained iust risrht
and tho sound of tho bullots hitting
could bo easily hoard at tho landing.
Tho many frionds in Honolulu of
Miss Paulino Jorau will bo glad to
learn that she is mooting with great
success in London as a loading mem
ber of tho Carl Rosa Opera Com
pairy. A London paper says her
voice is a mozzo soprano of splendid
qualitj'. Miss Paulino has not given
up tho violin,
J. W. KAIiUA DEAD.
Unexpected End of a Famous Public
Tho steamer Waialeale brings
nows of the death at Wailuku of
John W. Kalua. Ho had been ill of
foVor for a month, and was getting
bettor when a rolapso ended fatuity
Mr. Kalua was born on tho island
of Molokai and was educated at La
hainaluna Seminary. Ho studied
medicine a whilo with tho lato Dr.
Judd, but later took up law in the
ollico of the doctor's son, tho prosont
Chief Justice, and began practice in
1870. Mr. Kalua was ono of tho
ablest nativo lawyers over at tho Ha
waiian bar. ITo was lately tho attor
ney of tho Hawaiian Commercial
and Sugar Co. at Wailuku.
Tho lato Mr. Kalua was pro-eminent
as a politician, boing of a high
ly omiguioucu sunup among nis 101-low-couutrymon
in public life. A
mombor of tho Legislatures of 1882,
1881, 188(5 and 1800, ho was as a rule
tho support or of measures of liberty
and progress. As a campaign and a
parliamentary snoakor ho was un
surpassed for eloquence and sub
stanco by any of his raco. Mr, Ka
lua stood almost alono among loacU
ing nativo politicians in tho percep
tion of and protesting against tho
dangors of Asiatic ascondaney in this
In private life ho was exceedingly
sunny, cordial and gontleiuanly of
manner. His hospitality was remark
able. On any occasion that drew
people from outside into Wailuku,
his abundant table was full of guests
mado to fool at homo. At election
times it was common to see candi
dates of opposite parties fraterniz
ing across his hospitable board. Mr.
Kalua was a member of Kaahuinanu
Church, active in Sunday school and
Y. M. C. A. as well as church affairs.
A visit to tho United States in 1877
broadened tho scopo of his mental
vision and made his influence more
powerful and useful, Mr. Kalua was
probably about 15 to 50 years of age,
and looked good for many more yeais
of activity, His boreavod widow
and daughter, whom ho loaves, to
gether with a brother, will havo
Thursday, Dec. 15, 1892.
Tho Assembly convoned at 9 a. in.,
prayer by tho Hon. J. M. losopa, act
ing as Chaplain. Roll call and read
ing of minutes of previous meet ing
Rop. Whito offered a resolution
that tho Assembly adjourn at 12
o'clock in honor of the memory of J.
W. Kalua, Esq., a lato mombor of tho
A lottor was read from tho Hono
lulu Chamber of Commerce, pre
senting tho following resolution to
tho favorable notice of tho Assem
"Resolved, that in tho opinion of
this Chamber the passage of such an
Act is most undesirable for tho in
terests of commerce and tho public
credit. l,Og(lJ l . 15. ATHEIITOX,
Secretary Honolulu Chamber of
Rop. R. W. Wilcox said that ho
was sorry that tho resolution and
letter had boon presented. It look
ed as if tho Chamber of Cominorco
considered that wo do not know how
to transact our business and wanted
to give us advice.
Several voices It looks very much
liko that way.
Rop. Wilcox (continuing), said
that if it was not for hurting tho
feelings of tho gontlomon composing
tho body ho would move tho in
definite postponement of the resolu
tion. Rop. Kaniauoha moved, and it was
carried, that tho resolution bo ro
coived and considered with tho bill.
At 9.28 tho Assembly resolved into
Committee of tho Whole for tho
consideration of Horner's Banking
Bill, Rep. Waipuilani in tho chair.
Tho Attornoy-Gonoral moved that
tho committeo rise and recommend
that tho Assembly adopt tho major
ity report of tho committee on tho
bill (i. o., to table.)
Noblo J. M. Horner moved tho
bill bo considered section by section.
Tho roport mentioned, by tho Attornoy-Gonoral,
was written by in
telligent niou whom ho much respect
ed, but ho bogged to dilfer from
them. Ho presumed that ho was
schooled in tho same system of cur
rency as many of thoso gontlomon;
but ho had now arrived at tho ago of
three scoro and ton, and past, and
had seen many ups and downs, occa
sioned by a.falso financial system. Ho
at ono timo litorallj' been knocked
down by ono of thoso systems oven
as Paul was, on his way to Damascus,
but, when ho roso up, tho scales had
fallen from his oyes. Ho had pro
mised himself a good many years
ago that ho would give thoso false
systems a dig under tho fifth rib on
every opportunity. Ho defied auv
argument to show that this bill will
not euro airy money panics in any
country that adopts this bill. Why?
Becauso this bill contains tho seeds
of business life-blood. To satisfy
tho prejudices tho original bill has
been amended so as to limit tho
issue. Tho Ministers will toll you
that tho Govornmont is in a financial
2ilikia; by this bill thoy can got
500,000 and tho peoplo can borrow
$500,000 more. Now, that wo aro in
trouble, is a trood timo to trv this bo-
causo ail that tho Govornmont issuos
of this money thoy will take good
security. Ho rolated tho incident of
a railroad smashup, and aftor the
wreck had boon cleared thoro was
doubt about tho trial of a certain
onward movement tho engineer and
superintendent disputed, tho passen
gers all waiting until at last tho
superintendent said, "Oh holll try it,
try it!" and try it thoy did and the
train rolled over tho obstructions
and wont on its way. This is a caso
in point, hero is a measuro offered
that should bo tried. Almost tho
whole world is now affected with the
sickness of financial depression and
thoso Islands aro troubled that way
too, Ho favored going over tho bill
section by section. It has had three
days' discussion now, in a general
way, but ho considered tho timo
could not bo bettor spent if thoy
discussed it for a day or two moro
even if tho bill was finally rejected.
Tho discussion would school thorn
in ono of tho great questions of tho
Noble Williams supported tho mo
tion that the roport of the majority
of the committeo bo adopted. To
consider pection by section was to
admit that tho principle of tho bill
was correct; ho did not so admit. Ho
had ovory confidence in tho rectitude
and integrity of tho introducer, but
ho believed that tho gontloman was
mistaken, Tho speaker desired to
relate an instance of lato occurrences
to show tho liability of the iutro
ducor to bo mislakon.
Noble J. M, Horner I wish tho
bill to stand on its merits, not on
Noble Williams said that it was
proposed by this bill to rectify tho
mum) uiiaucim sybioms oi tno world
and especially those of the "United
States. Ho desired to know the
wrong existing in tho financial sys
tem of tho U. S with its treasury
loaded with millions of gold, or in
that of Franco which, aftor tho torri
blo ordeal of tho Franco-Prussian
war, produced and paid out billions
of francs. Ho did not consider that
tho gontloman could prove that this
bill would prevent nionoy panics.
Noblo J, M. Horner considered
that it would do so if tho trial was
given. It would notinjuro tho Gov
ernment. Noblo Williams said that tho prin
ciple was wrong; a govornmont
stamp did not mako paper of any
inoro real value; a promissory noto
was of little valuo'if it could not bo
cashed. Tho valuo of tho paper
money depends upon tho credit of
thoso who issue it; tho Bank of
England and the National Banks of
tho U. S. had credit. Wo had no
credit at prosont, when it was down,
would commit folly to oven try tho
scheme presented. From the timo
that cauny Scotty (Johu Law) wont
to Franco and ciuched that Govern
ment, papor money has been tried
and only in tho United Stalos has it
proved a success, because thoro it is
backed up with immense credit.
Again tho argument is offered by tho
introducer to try it for 18 months,
or so it cannot do tho Government
At this point, 10:10 o'clock, tho
Sergeant at Arms notifiod tho Com
mitteo that thoro was a communica
tion from Hor Majesty.
President Walker ascended tho
dais and called tho Assembly to their
foot, whereupon Major the Hon. J.
W. Roborlson, 11. M.'s Chamberlain,
entered in uniform and presented
sealed documents to the President.
Tho Chamborlain retired; tho Presi
dent rolurned tho gavol to Chair
man of tho Committeo, Waipuilani,
and tho business under considera
tion was continued.
Noblo Williams continued his re
marks in re tho Banking Bill and to
tho offect that tho injury would bo
to thoso who labored for tho money,
winch had no valuo.
On motion tho Committee, at this
point, roso and the Assombly ro
coived tho message from Hor Maj
esty, tho same being road by tho
Clerk as follows:
To tho Honorable John S. Walker,
President of tho Legislative As
sembly of tho Kingdom:
Sir: I return herewith to tho
Legislative Assombly of tho King
dom, without 1113' assont and appro
val, as required by Article 18 of tho
Constitution, requisite to mako tho
same a law of tho Kingdom, tho
Bill number 175, being "An Act to
regulate tho hours of labor of cer
tain Govornmont employees."
My objections to tho Act in quos
lion aro as follows:
1st It is my belief tho Bill is too
general in its tonus and will bo in
operative from that cause.
2d That it will seriously intorforo
with and cripple tho working of tho
sovoral Executive Departments of
My Government by reason of its bo
ing so general.
3d That My Ministers should bo
and aro the proper administrators
and directors of tho working, and
tho only ones to mako rules and
regulations nocossary to tho proper
carrying on of tho business affairs
and details of tho Executivo
Branches of tho Govornmont.
lth That tho provision in regard
to tho salaries of Govornmont em
ployees does not and cannot apply
to all omployoos, especially a portion
of the Judiciary,
Lastly I deem it to bo an intor
foronco upon tho part of the Legis
lative Body of tho Kingdom with
tho Executivo Branch thereof, and
as such in conflict with and con
trary to tho provisions of tho Con
stitution. Done at our Palace of Iolani in
Honolulu, this 15th day of Decem
ber, 1892. Signed,
For a soro throat thoro is nothing
hotter than a flannel bandago damp
ened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
It will nearly always effect a cure in
ono night's time. This remedy is
also a favorite for rheumatism and
has cured many very sovoro cases.
50 cent bottles for.salo by all dealers.
Bonson, Smith & Co., Agonts for tho
A cordial invitation is extended to
all to call and inspect our Christmas
stock comprising art and fancy
goods of all sorts. Store open Satur
day evenings. Kixo Bros.
WANTED LOCAL AND DUAMATIC
Talent for Comedy Company now
forming, reply in strict confidence. Ad
dress "Manager," Bulletin Ofllce.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
On Saturday Evening, Dec.17
-A.T rr o'oijOok,
I will sell at Public Auction a lot of
Holiday Goods !
Toys ! Toys !
lliBllurgainal All to bo Hold I
Vistas of Hawaii,
The Paradise Of The Pacific
nSTFEKOSrO Pg5E-a WOiRX-iID
As Dainty a Souvenir as Ever Saw Light
EXgiISlTl:i.V II.M'STJtAlKII WITH l'HOTOOIHVUHKS
TliO Frottiest Christmas Present of the Season.
IW l'HIOB $1.00; PHOTOC1KAVUKKS 7Go. -W
All roeoijits aro devoted by the Kilauea Volcano Houso Company anil tho Oahu
Hallway Comimny, the publishers, to advertising tho Islands, ami to the advantage
of the whole country.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
The Event of the Season !
WHAT 18 TUB EVENT V WHY THE LATE IMPORTATION OF
WHICH ARRIVED ON
1 04 Fort
3NTe"w-1 3NTo"vel I Inexpensive I
For Jlctul, Plush and Celluloid, Toilet and Manicure
For Fancy Silk, llandpiiinlcd, Jeweled and Embroidered Clmir Drapes
For Pure Linen, Tea, Tray, Tnhlo and Sidehoard Covers and Kopo Floss
For Novelties in Hnndpaiutcd Fans and Handkerchief S.ichcls
For Fine Leather Hand B igs, C.vrd Cabos and 11 World's Fair Purse
For Ladies' Fine Parasols and Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's Caslnneie and Silk Coats, Silk Hats, Silk and Muslin Bonnets
For Undressed Mou-quetairc Kid Gloves, tun shades; reduced to $1.00
For Gent's Silk Neglige Shirts, AVindsor Scaifs and Silk P.ijanuis
For Ladies' Chiffon Scarfs and Chillon Handkerchiefs in dolio.ito shades
Immense Variety at Exceptionally Low Prices.
Ladies' & Children's
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(Best value ever od'cicd) at 20c, 2fe. and Uflc. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn Work and
Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
Ladies would do woll
Third Sale of the Series
Our First Evening Sale
TAKKS PLACn OX
Deo. 1 Stla,
.. - -.A.T V O'CLOCK,
When will bo f-old a .splendid lino of FIXE
OOODS, comprising in part
1H.ACK AND COl.OIUH)
Merinos & Cashmeres,
Woolen it Cotton )rca Goods,
Full Line of White Dress Goods,
Dross Flannels, I.inen Dress Goods,
Victoria &, llislinii'b Lawns,
Nun's Veiling, Jluslins,
Pongee, Plain, Colored & Figured
SATINS & SILKS,
Silk Plush .t Velvets.
I.inen it totton Lawns,
A Largo Line of
Children's Dresses, Hosiery,
White & Fancy Shirts,
And a complete assortment of
Kancv Tabic Cloths,
Linen Towels A: Napl.ins,
LIXK.V .t COTTOX SllKKTIXfl,
A Largo Assortment of
9" The above coniprlfctis an Klegant
Line of Xew Goods, and will bo hold re
gardless of cost; this gives an unusual
opportunity to obtain Kino Goods at a
t9 Goods on view
11th, at 1 o'clock r. i.
F. Morgan. f)i "fl T Tr ""B DT11 I "WB a
c j uaii amm mis k yening i
THE "AURTRALIA," AND NOW
A LAHGE ASSORTMENT OF
Dainty Colored Border "Handkerchief's at (50c., 75c.
1.00, L25 and 1.50 per dozen.
to inspect our Stock before making their
If yon want it
Shawl or a
If you want a Spool
Thread or a Boll of Sill:;
If you want bargains in La
die' White Goods;
If, you want a Doll' for tho
If you want a Parasol or an
If you want Value for Your
Money, do you know what to ilof
0-u.r Stock of
HOLLISTER & CO.,
lO Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
83 FORT STRHHT,
Attractions in Elegant Goods ior the Holidays!
Japanese Sill: and Crepes, at ven low prices.
23 Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
Work Boxes, Dolls, Etc., Ktc., all sold regardless of cost.
U3?3 Ladies and Misses' Tailor-made .Jackets, from $ti up.
$& Beaded Silk, Black Capes, at your own price,
2 Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in great variety,
C5T Dressmaking Under the Management oi MISS K, CLARK, Jl
ON EXHIBITION AT
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gjr CALL AT SACHS'.
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selections elbcwhore. jgC
e7.oo -to $75.00,