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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
IMIOM AN I) Al'TKll OCTOllKU 1, 1802.
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LOCAL AND GENEBAL NEWS.
II. E. Mclnlyro & Bra. hnvo cdcon
nuts from Snmon for sale.
Thoy say that livoly times
Liuijiiiiuu in mu jjcyisiauiro.
Toys nnd dolls will bo given nway
to purchasers at Sachs' to-morrow.
M. Monish forfeited .?( in tho
Police Court this morning for drunk
oniioss. Tlio barkenlino S. G. Wilder will
sail for San Francisco on Monday or
Mi S. Levy is going to givo away
an embroidered dress and a beauti
ful doll on Now Year's ove.
Fjihuy, "Dec. 1G, 1892.
V. Morgan's ovening sale
Avill bo sold dress goods,
children s dresses, rugs, etc.
' Sundays excepted. 1 Saturdays only.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TWDAY, DEC. 10, 1892.
Fmnw, Dec. II).
H 1! M S Daphne, .1 McArthur, 15 days
from San Francisco
Slnir V O Hall from Muni nml Hnwail
Stmr C 11 llishop from Kuliuku
For San Kruiici-co,
mcilii, Deo 15 D Soleanlo,
J) lfaiz, wile nml clulil,
U JI S S Ala-
Win Henrv. V
M Santos. A Haas,
W IS ttiiupsnn, Airs Utto Kwaia Jviumun,
ilr.s W H l'nlten, .1 Bawyor and wife, II H
Garstin and wife, Mrs .1 11 Sutton, .lames
Campbell, and 05 jiaengers in transit.
Vessels in Port.
U S S Boston, YViltM-, from Hilo
Qer bk .1 C Glade, fioiu Liverpool
Am 1-mastod ohr Aloha, Dauel, from San
IJktno S G Wildor, Giilliths, from San
J!k Ccvlon, Calhoun, from San IVnncNco
Haw l!k llauna Ala, Smith, from New
castle, N S W
Am liktnu S X Castle, Hubbard, from S.m
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am bktne Irmganl, Schmidt, from New
castle, . S V, duo Dee 31
Am s-ohr Trans-it, Jorgcnsun, from San
Francisco, duo Dee U
Br blc llyluic from Hongkong, due Deo 5
Ger balk 11 Hsiekfeld fioin Liveipool, due
The steamer W. G. Hall arrived late this
afternoon fiom windwatd ports.
Tlio bark .1. 1'. ltithet was launched this
morning fiom tho Marine Railway.
The S. S. Jlonowai will bo due tn-nionow
from San Fianeisoo en loute to the Colo
nies. The S. S. Alameda can ied away the fol
lowing freight yvstuidny: .1 Kidwell, lfcO
b.s pineapples; F V I'orter, 021 green
hides; Ingoing, 100 behs bananas; G W
Andrews, 512 bolis bananas, J de Silva, 219
behs bananas; .1 Shaw, 111 belts bananas;
L J Levey, 121 behs bananas; C T Guliek,
175 behs "bananas; Campbell, Marshall &
Co, 1000 behs bananas; V G Irwin it Co,
701 bags sugar. Domestic value, ifsllO.
EARLY MORNING FIRE.
Two thoroughbred St. Bernard
pups wont through on tho S. S. Ala
meda yesterday for tho States.
Dr. Mnedonnld? dentist, has open
ed an oilico at his residence, corner
of Lunalilo and Hackfold streets.
A lady who got on tho car at
Lovoy's corner last night lost a black
glove. Will tho finder send it to
Tho Golden Rule Bazaar keeps
open ovoitings for holiday business,
anil tho proprietor to-day announces
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Wcalhor
blear, wind light northeast; steamer
W. G. Hall, 25 miles oil"; steamer C.
K. Bishop off port.
Rons. J.nTsT Wiiliains" and E. K.
Hind, members of tho Legislature,
did not leave by tho S. S. Alameda,
but will remain over until a future
A somi-annual mooting of tho
Trustees of tho Quoon's Hospital
will bo hold at tho Chamber of Com
merce room at 10:30 o'clock to-mor
Tho II. R. A.'s rillo rango at Ku
kuluaeo will bo opon for practice to
morrow from 1 to 5 p. m. It is
reached from South street near tho
old kerosene warehouse.
Tho Government schools closo to
day for a two weeks' vacation, tho
Punahou Schools for threo weeks.
Tho St. Louis College will closo on
Wednesday next for the holidays.
Two Chinese, Young Wai and
Young Hoy, wore committed in tho
Police Court this morning on a
charge of gross cheat in obtaining
$S0 from a fellow-countryman under
Under tho now law, whereby pilots
will bo paid by salary instead of fees,
tho following aro gazotled as tho
pilots for tho port of Honolulu: P.
1 Shoperd, A. Mclntyro and J. C.
Loronzon, all ro-appomted.
Tho Concordia Catholic Band
have elected the following officers
for tho ensuing year: M. G. Silva,
President; J. T. Eigaredo, Vico-
Prcsiduut; .J. Y. Fernandez, Treas
urer; M. J. Cabral, Secretary.
Tho S. S. Alameda loft yesterday
afternoon about -1:80 o'clock for San
Francisco. Tho band was in attend
ance to phvy her oil". Captain Morso
was in his glory when he "squared
oil'" at tho fair ones from tho poop
deck. It wouldn't do for tho gonial
skippor to bo on tho dock after that.
Ho would have boon smothered in
tho first round.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Narrow Escape of the Lono Occu
pant of tlio Burned House.
Tho Boll Tower raug out an alarm
of firo about 3:150 o'clock this morn
ing. Tho blazo was in a houso on
tho upper end of Punchbowl street
above it. Boyd's residence, and a few
houses from tho bridge When tho
engines arrived tho framework all
ablazo was what greeted them, and
it was soon put out. A littlo cot
tage was scorched, but otherwise not
Tho solo occupant of tho house,
Antouo Fernandez, in tho employ of
H. Congdon & Co., has given tho
following particulars of tho affair:
Fernandez wont homo from work
and put everything in tho house in
shape, and about 8 o'clock went out
to visit Mr. Dyor, a friond. Ho re
turned at 10:30 o'clock and sat ou
tho voranda a fow minutes. Fooling
tired ho hry on tho bed reading a
papor. Finally ho foil asleep with
tho lamp still burning, and at 3
o'clock this morning ho was awak
ened by a stifling odor. Ho jumped
out of tho bed and found tho room
full of smoke. Groping his way ho
found tho door, opened it and es
caped into tho fresh air, which somo
what rovived him. Ho could not
sco any blazo, and roturning ondoa
vorcd to got some of tho things out
of tho house. Ho seized two chairs
and throw them out, but tho vol
umes of smoke being too strong ho
wont around to tho window. Two
trunks wore thrown out, when ho
rotrcated and outside tho window
foil unconscious. A Portuguese
neighbor having hoard his cries
camo to tho rescue and pulled him
away from the flames which hud
now broken out through tho roof.
Fernandez positively sttited that ho
saw no flames, but only sinoko. Tho
house is a total loss.
Tho house was insured with tho
Lion Firo Insurance Co. for .$1000,
and tho furniture with the Orient
Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn.,
for $700. A. Jaeger is tho agent of
both companies. Tho property is
owned by M. G, Santa Anna. It
was formerly owned by Mr, 11.
Ifonjos, who sold it to Mr. Manuol
A subscriber would
anyone can toll why
liko to ask if
thoro was no
light whore Victoria street was all
dug up last night. It is not believ
ed to bo a caso of stolon lights this
time, as tho omission was discovered
to a rider's imminent peril early in
tho evening. Someone was thrown
over a horse's head and had a narrow
oscapo from being killed probably
would have been at least seriously
hurt if tho horso, that foil over tho
dug up material, had not lain per
fectly still long enough for tho ridor
to got clear.
Horner's Panacea for the Country's
Ills Rudely Rejected.
Just as tho Bulletin pages aro bo
ing closed for this issue, the news is
telephoned by our legislative re
porter, that Horner's Banking Bill
is killed, bv a vote of 31 to 11.
Tho bilf was laid on tho table by
tho following vote:
Ayes Ministers G. N. Wilcox,
Robinson, Jones, Brown; Nobles
Borgor, Ena, Hopkins, Pua, Peter
son, Williams, Kauhano, Hind, Hoa
pili, Marsdon, Young, Walbridgo,
Anderson, Droior; liops. Wildor,
Kauhi. Koahou, Kamauoha, AVaipui
lani, Kapahu, Nubian, Kauoalii,
Kaluna, losopa, Akiua, Smith, A. S.
Noos Nobles Cummins, Mailo,
J. M. Horner, W. Y. Homer; Hops.
Bijiikano, Ashford, Aid, Pua, II. V.
Wilcox, Bush, A. Homor, Kauna
niano, White, Edmonds 11,
Absent Nobles Baldwin, Coru
woll, Thurston, Kanoa.
Tho Assembly camo to order at 0
o'clock for prayer. Roll call and
reading of minutes of previous moot
ing. A slight change was mado in
tho minutes, as read, and thon ap
proved. Noble Williams from tho Printing
Committee, reported certain bills
Noble lloapili, from a special com
mittee having tho consideration of a
bill to provido for tho appointment
of school teachers, for primary
schools, presented a minority report
anil an amended bill which thoy
recommend pass. Tabled to await
At 9:23, on motion, tho Unfinished
Business camo up, bringing Horner's
Banking Bill again before tho Houso
for consideration. Tho Assembly re
solved into Committee of tho Whole,
lto,). iV lipuilani in tho chair. On
motion tlio majority and minority
roptuio wore road. Tho majority
faoi indefinite postponement, tho
ini"o-ilr that tho bill pass.
Nob!" J. M. Homer said that too
much stress should not bo placed on
tho majority ropoit; it camo from a
biased committee appointed by tho
President. When tlio Temperance
Committee was formed no strong
advocates wore allowed to sorvo
thereon. But on tho Bank Bill tho
President put on six known oppon
ents of tho bill, and thoy aro tho
ones who signed tho majority re
port. Again tho report touched up
on Bill 78 and not on the Bill, 123,
now before tho Assembly.
Minister Brown said that tho
President had acted fairly, as ho
thought, and surely only within his
rights. Ho believed that tho bill
is unconstitutional, and drew his
statements from Article 11 of tho
Bop. Smith bolioved enough had
boon said on tho matter and would
therefore lesunio his motion that
tho Committee rise and recommend
tho Houso to accept tho report of
tho majority of tho committee.
Bop. Ashford hoped that tho bill
would bo considered section by sec
tion. Tho bill had certain merits
which should bo discussed at length.
Many of tho objectionable features
of Bill 78 had boon eliminated in tho
now hill. Tho member spoke at
considerable length on tho probable
benofits which would bo conferred
ou tho public by tho establishment
of this bank. The bill, oven if pass
ed, could not well go into operation
before April uoxt; that would leavo
only 13 months boforo another Legis
lature would convono, which could
stop any mischief which might bo
likely to result from this experiment.
Minister P. C. Jones showed
up many of tho fallacies in tho pro
posed measure Tho very notice of
tho introduction of tho bill had
caused tho withdrawal of $150,000
in gold from tho Postal Savings
Bank and had thus crippled tlio
Government. Ho did not considor
that it was necessary to discuss tho
question at groat length, but ho
would draw a counlor illustration to
tlio incident quoted bj' Noble Hor
ner wherein he (yesterday) had
spoken of tho energy of a railroad
superintendent in overcoming cer
tain obstacles, by ordering his en
gineer to "try it, pull ahead." In
that caso tho altoinpt was to cot out
of tho difficulty, in this tho advice is
given by those in favor of this bill,
to got in one
Noblo J. M. Horner spoke at
considerable length in favor of
his nioasiiio and slated that, while
ho was opposed to the bank
as proposed by Mr. Sprockols, it
it was because it was a corpora
tion nioasuro and tho benefits would
accrue to tho banker. In this tho
benefits would accruo to tho Govern
ment. In answer to a question of
Rep. Smith ho said that thoro was
no promise to rodeoni those notes
in gold because that promise to pay
in gold was tho seed of death which
had entered into tlio notes mado by
other banks. His idea was to secure
tho notes by gold values and to ro
deoni by gold values. This proposed
bank would onablo tho poor man to
borrow money tit tho same rate as
tho richest because tho rates wore
fixed by law.
Noblo Marsdon says this principle
of a cheap money had nearly always
failed disastrously. Thoro was a
cheap money experiment in Rhode
Island at tho closo of tho Revolu
tionary war. Thoy issued paper
money oacuoii wiin laim, wio iegis
AST rr O'CLOCK,
At Morgan's Salesroom
-NEW LOT OK-
SII.K .t WOOL SHAWLS,
KINK TAULK COVEKS,
Umbrellas & Parasols,
SILKS & SATINS,
The Event of the Season !
WHAT IS THE EYEXTV WHY THE LATE IMPOItTATrOXOF
WHICH ARRIVED ON TUB "AURTRAL1A," AND NOW OX EXHIBITION AT
104 Fort St.,
AUCTION KK It.
Te-w I ETo-vel I Ixiescxexisi-ve I
Golden Rule Bazaar
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
VST CALL AT SACHS'.
TCALL AT SACHS'.
&0T CALL AT SACHS'.
SJST CALL AT SACHS'.
gjfiT CALL AT SACHS'.
i0T CALL AT SACHS.
gjB CALL AT SACHS'.
&t&- CALL AT SAC Hi'.
0T CALL AT SACHS.
gjaF" CALL AT SACHS.
Neatest & Prettiest Display
For Metal, l'lush and Celluloid, Toilot and Municuro
Kor Funcj Silk, Unndpiiinlcd, Jeweled nml Euibroidorcd Glmir Drapes
For Pure Linen, Tea, Tray, Tabic and Sideboard Covers and Itopo Floss
For Novelties in Handpaintcd Funs nnd Handkerchief S.ichcts
For Fine Leather Hand 1J igs, Card Cases and a World's Fair Purse
For Ladies' Fine P.iratols and Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's Ciishinoicnnd Silk Coats, Silk Huts, Silk and Muslin Bonnets
For Undrcsbcd Mouquclaire Kid Gloves, tan shades; reduced to $1.00
For Gent's Silk Kcgligo Shirts, Windsor Scarfs and Silk Pajamas
For Ladies' Chiflbu Scarfs and Chiffon Handkerchiefs in delicate shades
Immense Variety at Exceptionally Low Prices.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' fc Children's Dainty Colored Border Handkerchiefs atGOc, 7oc,
1.00, .25 and 1.50 per dozen.
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered Wliite Handkerchiefs
(Host value ever ollcicd) at 20c, 2.r)c. and 35c. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn "Work and
Elegant Heal Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
Ladies would do well to inspect our Stock before making their selections elsewhere, jgfj
By Jas. F. Morgan.
IV GIU5AT VAK1KTY.
t3F - special importation of
direct from tho factory
DIARIES for 1893
RTAlways Remember Cash Talks.t
On Saturday Evening, Diic. 17
A.T 7 O'CLOCK,
I will sell at Public Auction u lot of
oltday Goods !
Choice Selected Seed Cocoanuts
Just Itceoivoil from Samoa. A
Small Lot of the
Niu Lea or Dwarf Cocoanut
And n quantity of
Qsleoted Seed Cocoanuts
H. E. McINTYKE & BRO.
Toys ! Toys !
On New Year's Eve
aiciseiie enoroicterect mem
If you would
Druss, buy a
amount of Five
out nil about it.
Goods for CASH to
Dollars, and you will
-A- BestxxtifijLl Doll
Ilig llart'ainsl All to he sold!
Mr. .). O. Boswoll, one of tlio best
known nnd most respected citizens
of'Browmvood, Toxhs, sullered with
diarrhu'ii for a long time and tried
many dilleront remedies without
bandit, until Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and l)inrrhia Jomody was
used; that relieved him tit once. For
sale by all dealers. iJonhon, Smith it
Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Isl
ands, Wo liavo just opened a lino of tho
latoht publications in Etchings,
Artotypos, Pastels and other shoot
pictures. Kma Bnos.
Little girl to boy who had picked
up a couplo of Jlowors: "Don t pick
up those llowors! Somo dead por.son
may have dropped them."
oung man, on being asked when
h'o would get married: "I'll live and
dio a bachelor, until I'm thirty."
Boy going to school on Kinau
street this morning: "Oh, I'm going
to got a nice horso it's going to bo
For a soro throat thoro is nothing
bettor than a llauuol bandage damp
ened with Chamberlain's J'nin Balm.
It will nearly always ollect a euro in
ono night's tiino. " This roiuedy is
also a favorite for rheumatism and
has cured many very hovoro casos.
&0 cent bottles for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith it Co., Agonts for tho
laturo passed forcing acts, but no
ono wotdd take tho money. And
that would bo tho ofl'ect with this
monoy, if wo should pass this bill,
tho neonlo will not take it. No
papor monoy over issued was of any
account unless redeemable in coin,
either silver or gold. Noblo Hornor
had said that this bank had thosoeds
of a lifo-blood within it, and that
tho American banks had tlio seed of
death as shown by thoir failures,
but, ho (tho sneaker) would say that
ovory ono of tho notes of those banks
word redeemed, llo instanced tno
depreciation in valuo that would
follow and tho high prices which
would bo charged for articles of food
and wear if this nioasuro passed. Ho
desired to present tho expression of
views of ono who had studied tho
matter thoroughly, and road n papor,
which Avill appear to-morrow if not
too Into lor its purpono.
Hop. Whito favored tho bill being
considered section l3- section. It
was but common justice to Noblo
Hornor who had spent years in col
lecting tho points presented in tho
At 12, on motion, tho Assembly
took recess uutil 1:!J() p, in,
SKMI-AXXUALMKKTlXa OPTIIK '
Hoard of Trustees of the (Jiieen'H
Hospital will he held at the Hoom of the
Ohamher of Commerce, TO-MOHKOW,
(Saturday), tho 17th instant, at 10:.'J0 i
o'eloek A. M.
P. A. BOHAKKKK, I
Honolulu, Dec. It), 18!C. (KJl-lt ,
HAWAIIAN RIFLE ASSOCIATION.
rplir. NKW ltAKGK AT KUKUMJAK0
X will he open for Practice, Deo. 17th,
from 1 to 0 o'eloek v. !., and on succeed
ing Saturdays Kntrauee from South
street near old Kerosene Wnruliuiixu.
KltANK S. 1)01)0 K,
OOl-H Pot Ilango Committee.
STAMP COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
Freight or Charter
"Will also be given away at the same time;
buy Goods to the amount of Three Dollars,
and you will have the chance to get these
0-u.r Stock of
Ilutuil under special survey at Wit
ollered for Freight or ('Hurler.
Apply to the Captain, or to
.1. B. WAl.KKIt.
Al.KX. .1. CAHTW1UOHT HAS
nlaeed his collection of Poreiirn I
Stamps with tho undersigned for disposal, .
Those desiring to select from tho ahovo
colleution can ohtuln sheets on approvul
by implying to . i
' GEO. AV. mJHClKSB.
Cm Terms: Net Cash. M)S-lw
Dr. McLennan, 181 Fort street, j
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone (S82. i
Honolulu Carriage Co.
- noTH Ti:i No. :t:ir. -
Stand: Cornor Fort & Morcliaut Sts.
Hacks can ho had at any hour of tho day
up to 12 o'clock at night, on terms
to suit the times,
Hacks Nos, 33, 45, G2, G3, G7, 70, 73, 97, 19G
Kodaks 1 Christmas
IS NOT (Jl'iTK KXHACSTM)
Prices from S7.00
Vistas of Hawaii
The paradise Of The pacific
HOLLISTER & CO.,
IO Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
A cordial invitation ih extended to ,
all to call and inspect our Christmas '
Htook comprising art and fancy
goods of all sorts. Store upon Satur
day ovoniiigs. Kino Bnos.
AXI) (IKNTLUMKN WITH
and Piamatio Ability, wanted
to loin a company now forming, reply in
strict conlldenco, "ilunuger," JIulwstin
AND T1IK - -
a Souvenir as Ever Saw Light
" KMiUlrilTKLY II.1.UH1IAli:il WITH I'II(IT)(IK VUHI.H
Fretttest, Ohrlstm'aa Present ol
1'ltIOK $1.00; lUIOTOnilAVUKKS 75u
All receipts aro devoted by tho Kilanea Volcano Houso Company and the Oalm
Itailway Company, tho publishers, to advertising the Islands, and to the advwiitagti
of tho whole country,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
3B FORT STRBE1T.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
B3T Japanese Sill: nml Crepes, al very low prices,
S3?" Glove and Jfunilkcrchicf ioxcn, Toilet and Municuro SeU,
Work Duxes, Dolls, Etc., Ktc., all sold reijardless of cost,
S5" Ladies' and .fisses' Tailor-made 'Jackets, from jW up,
W Headed Silk, lilaek Capes, at your oien price.
Fans, Jfosicry and JIandkorehiefs in great variety.
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