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Leave Honolulu. .11:10
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Ono moro clinnco to sco Mnltby.
Siunro this ovoning.
J. M. Mousarrnt lias a liouso lo
lot on Makiki stroot.
THE DAILY BOLLE'l'l.
MONDAY, DEC. 11), 1892.
Satukhw, Deo. 17.
fjtmr.Iwnlniii from Kntuil
Sukiivy, Dee. 18.
Stmr Miknlmln from ltniint
Stmr Claudine from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Kuala from Waia'iine and Wnialua
Monday, Dee. 1!).
llrlllik ltylejc from Hongkong
Mosiivy, Dee. If).
Stmr .Ins Makeo for Kapaa ami Haniilci
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Stmr Waimanalo for Molokai anil Maul
Stmr 0 11 Bishop for Kalmlcu and 1'imii-
Stmr .1 A Oummlni for Koolau
Stmr I'olu for llamakua
Stmr Kilauea lion for l'aaulian, Kukainu
Stmr lwalani for Kauai
Vos3ols Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Hawaii for Luliaiun mid llamakua
Jlktno S (1 Wilder, Clrillltlis, for San
Stmr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii nl 10
Stmr Claudine for Maui and Hawaii at 5
Stmr Mikaliala for Kauai, at 5 p in
Cargoes from Island Port3.
Stmr Mikalmlii 53(11 lingi Mignr, 170 bags
rieo, '21 hags peanuts, 8 mils hides, 1
bull and bU pkgs sundries.
Stmr Claudine 10,:lS2 bags sugar, 75 bags
I taro. K) bags potatoes, lit lndes, -IS bead
" cattle, ;i() hogs and 101 pkgs sundries.
Sachs' store will bo opon to-iiiglit
and ovory niglit this week.
Alnltby tho cyclist will exhibit,
this evening at tho Arinorj'.
J. A. MeCaiulleps olTors a reward
for tho recovery of a lost opon lotlor.
Tho Christmas vacation of lolani
College will commence on Friday
Col. W. V. Allen will havo charge
of tho laying of tho corner stono of
tho now Masonic tomplo.
Lewis. J. Levey will hold a Christ
mas sale to-morrow evening, ot toys,
dolls, jewelry, China ware, etc.
Queen's Hospital Trustees will
hold their adjourned semi-annual
mooting at 10:150 Wednesday.
Letters marked for the S. G. Wil
der will be forwarded, tho mail
closing al 11 a. m. to-morrow.
A plan for tho disposition of tho
pews in Central Union Church is
published in tins issue by request.
Diamond Head, J5 p. m. Weather,
clearj wind light southwest; bark
Bylgio in tow of tug Elen off port.
Lodge lo Progtes, F. & A. 5L, will
hold a special meeting this evening,
when a full attendance is requested.
Chief Justice 1udd and family re
turned by tho steamer Claudine yes
terday from holding circuit term at
Mrs. Mary Clomont Leavitt will
address the monthly meeting of the
W. C. T. U. in Central Union Church
parlor at 2:30 to-morrow.
Don't forget to go around and see
some of those lino Christmas cakes
and candies at F. Horn's factory.
TI103' aro dolieious articles.
Tho Scottish Thistle Club will
nominate its officers this evening,
afterward holding a smoking concert
to which friends aro invited.
The Planters' Monthly forDescem
bor is filled with reports read at tho
annual meeting of the Planters'
Labor and Supply Company.
Go and seo Maltby to-night as
Mophistopholos, the (lemon cyclist.
Ho also repeats his funny act, tho
Dudo's first attempts, by request.
An auction sale of unclaimed mer
chandise from tho Custom liouso
will bo held by L. J. Lovoy at his
salesrooms on Jan. 3 at 10 o'clock.
Monday, Dec. Ill, 1802.
From Maui, per stmr Claudine, Dee IS
on A F .lurid, uifennd child. Miss Bald
win, J V .lones, A Hoa, CCreighton, Paul
Neumann, (1 K Wilder, K Okkots, Mrs M
.1 liamos nail eliilil, A MoKibbin, 1'eter
Noah and wife, W Barclay, W 15 Keanu
lllll 31 ill-UK.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala, Dee IS
Hon H V Baldwin, Hon A McBryrie, S T
Alexander, Miss A MoBryde, (' D I'ringle,
11 W Schmidt, Henry .Schmidt, O W Spitz,
Willie Schmidt, Dr H I Uncus and wife.
Miss K Mahlnm, C L Brito, Sing Loy and
Vessels in Port.
IT S S Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
1111 M S Daphne, .1 McArthur, fioni San
Am bktne Amelia, Ward, from I'ort Town-
Am -1-iuitil schr Transit, .lorgensen, from
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Gor bk .1 C Olaile, from Liverpool
Am 1-masteri schr Aloha, Dabel, from San'
Haw Bk Mmum Ala, Smith, from New
castle, N S W
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Br bk Bylgio from Hongkong
Tho German bark .1. C. Glade received
Tho schooner Transit arrived fioni San
Francisco on Saturilay afternoon with a
cargo of gunenil merchandise.
Owing to an abundance of sugar at Ha
namaufu. Kauai, awaiting shipment, the
i'elo was despatched to-day to liring it up.
ThobarkentineS. G. Wilder will leave
to-morrow for San Francisco with u full
load of sugar. She is lying at the O. S. S.
Tho hill near tho Kamohamoha
School on tho Palama road is boing
cut away and tho lower part filled.
This will greatly improve the facility
of traffic at that point.
''I wish you would pay a little at
tention to what 1 am saj'ing, sir,"
roared an irate lawyer to an exasper
ating witness. "Well, 1 am paying
as little as 1 can," was tho calm ro-l'b'-
Tho following names havo been
handed in as candidates for Circuit
Judges: A. Kosa, S. K. Kane, J. M.
Poepoo, J. Mahiai and W. L. IIolo
kahiki. Several other names aro on
TARO AND BANANAS.
Man Seo3 a Spirit and a
to Make Fiftv Cents.
irrested yestorday on
Mrs. Mary Clement Leavitt will
address tho W. C. T. U. to-morrow
(Tuesday) afternoon at 2:30 p. m. in
tho parlor of tho Central Union
Church. All ladies aro cordially in
vited to bo present.
Although thoro were los than 20
saloon passengers on board the Ala
meda when Chief Officer Dowdell
had his legs broken, a subscription
for tho 'injured man was immediately
taken up amounting to $300.
Tho steamer W. G. Hall on Friday
brought thousands of oranges lo
different por&ons. They commenced
to sell at 2 and SI. 50 a hundred,
while formorlj' they could bo had fit
SI. Tho approaching holidays had
something, if not all to do with tho
S. Macauloy, tho vetoran piano
tuner and organ repairer, can bo
found at his residence on Alakoa
street, or by message at C. E. Wil
liams' store. Nothing Mr. Macauloy
does has to bo done over again, and,
boin" a musician as well as a me
chanic, ho can give thorough satisfaction.
Tho members present at 0 o'clock
came to order for prayer by Chap
lain Waiainau. The roll call, after
wards, elicited only a dozen re
sponses. The minutes wore read at
I): It) o'clock and wore duly approved.
Hep. Waipuilani, under suspension
of tho rules, read for tho first time a
bill to provide a Fire Department
Hep. Smith said that ho wished to
call attention to the too frequent
absence of tho Sergoanl-at-Arins.
lie did not doubt that ho was per
forming valuable services but moro
for himself than the House. (The
Sergeanl-at-Arms appears); Ah, ho is
Here nowl And Hep. binith subsided.
Nobble W. Y. Horner presented
questions to the Minister of Interior
relative to tho Cabinet as follows:
1, Did tho Cabinet advise Her Maj
es'y in veto Bill 175, relating to tho
"hum -of labor of certain Govern
ment employees." 2, Docs tho Cabi
net, uncut! to carry out tho wishes of
the ni"jority of tho House as ox
pi""?od in tile vole on tho said Bill
The Order of the Day being
moved at 0:28, tho unfinished busi
ness, viz., consideration of Section 3
oT Bill 21!), relating to tho furnishing
of electricity in Honolulu, came up
Noble Mar.sdon desired to havo
oiner bins on the subject taken up.
Hop. Smith (interrupting), drew
tho attention of the President to
tho presence in the Houso of tho
newly elected member from Kauai,
Hon. Alex. MoBryde.
President Walker welcomed tho
now member and ordered him to
transmit his credentials to tho Judi
ciary Commit lee.
Noble Marsdcu (continuing),
moved that tho section under con
sideration and tho bill bo indefinitely
Bop. Smith (interrupting), inform
ed the President that the credentials
of Noble elect, xlo. MoBryde, from
tho Island of Kauai, to fill tho un
expired term of lion. G. N. Wilcox,
(appointed Minister of tho Interior)
consisting of tho balance of this and
tho coming term of 1S91, woro in
proper form and correct.
President Walker instructed Noble
J. A. Cummins and Hop. Kamauoha
to wait on ono of tho Justices of tho
Supremo Court and desire his pre
sence hither to swear in tlio now
Bop. Bobert Wilcox favored strik
ing out tho percentage clause en
tirely. Minister Brown considered that
2 percent was onough.
Bop. Smith favored tho 5 percent
idea, but would favor tho company's
being exempted from such payment
for the first two years. Ho offered
an amendment to that olfoct.
Tho Chief Justice now appeared,
appropriate honors woro rendered,
Noblo MeBrydo was sworn in. Tho
CliioT Justice retired and tho mem
bers returned their attention to the
consideration of the electric light
matters boforo them.
Minister Jones proposed as an
amendment that tho payment of tho
upset price of live percent of tho
gross receipts bo changed to read,
lor tho nrst two years tree, the sue
Salary Auditor-General, S'JCOO.
Salary President Board of Health,
Pay of Clorks. Post Office, S1200.
An item, aid "Inspectors Election
Ewa, $80," was presented and al
though Noblo Baldwin favored tho
item, yet Attornoj'-Gonoral Brown
objected to it as boing a bad prece
dent. On motion tho report of tho
Finance Committeo recommending
the itom was tabled.
Tho itom, S1000 for Hose Cart for
Engino Co. No. 1, was amended to
include a horse and harness.
Bop. Kamauoha moved tho inser
tion ot "Aid to teachers St. Anno
School. Kohala, Hawaii, $1000." It
was a day school, independent, and
did good work.
Objection was made on account
of the school being a day and not a
boarding school and the item was
Hop. Albert Horner moved the
insertion of an item, "Bridge al Po
hakupuka.N. Kohala, Hawaii, $1500."
Bop. Kanoalii moved the re-transfer
of an itom relative to roads from
Section 2 to Section 1. Lost.
Bop. White moved that tho sum
of $1800 bo inserted to supply food
for tho Queen's Guard. (Laughtor).
Considerable merriment was
caused by the proposition and on
vote the fooling was increased by the
voto indicating only 3 in favor to 28
against, tho item being regarded as
already provided for.
Tho Altornoy-Gonoral now moved
thai Section 1 of tho Appropriation
Bill now pass.
Noblo Marsdon moved tho previous
Tho Section was therefore passed
aim a motion 10 roeonsiuor iaiieu.
At 11:51 tho Assembly, on motion,
look recoss until 1:30 p. m.
The Event of the Season !
WHAT IS THIS EVENT? WHY THE LATE IMPORTATION OF
WHICH ABHIVED ON THE "AUHTHAL1A." AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
1 0-4 Fort St.,
ISTe-VsT I ISTo-vel I Xne:x:;pe:n.srve I
Mr. J. P. Blaizo, an extensive real
estate dealer in Dos Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped ono of tho severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that stato during a
recent blizzard, says tho Saturilay
Review. Mr. Blaizo had occasion to
drive several miles during tho storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to got warm, and in
side of an hour after his return ho
was threatened with a sovoro case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Baize
sent to the nearest drug store and got
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Bo
medy, of which ho had often heard,
and took a number of largo dosos.
Ho says tho ofieot was wonderful and
in a short timo ho was breathing
quite easily. Ho kept on taking tho
medicine and the next day was able
to come to Dos Moines. Mr. Blaizo
regards his euro as simply wonderful.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for the Hawai
S .VOl IS'.
&8T CALL AT SACHS'.
g&- CALL AT SAC Hi'.
" CALL AT SAC If S';
CALL AT SACHS'.
For Metal, Plush anil Celluloid, Toilet and Muniouio
For Funcj Silk, lluuilpainled, Jeweled and Kmliroidorcd Chair Drapes
For Pure Linen, Tea, Tiny, Table ami Sideboard Coveis and Hope Floss
For Novelties in Hnndpaintcd Fans and Handkerchiuf Sachots
For Fine Leather Hand Htgs, Card Cases and a Woild's Fair I'urtc
For Ladies' Kinc I'urasols and Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's. Ciihliineie and Silk Coals, Silk Hats, Silk and Muslin Bimnels
For Undress-ed Muu-qiictiiirc Kid Gloves, tan shades; reduced to $1.00
For Gent's Silk Neglige Shirts, Windsor Scarfs and Silk Pajamas
For Ladies' Chiffon Scarfn and Chiffon Handkerchiefs in delicate shades
IinniLMi.su Variety at .Exojptionully Low Prices.
A LAUGH ASSORTMENT OF
Ladius' & Chiklron's Dainty Colored Border LLindkerclnefs at (30c, 7fu.,
$1.00, .'n.Uf) and $LoO per dozen. w
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(llcst value ever oll'eied) at 20c, 25c. and 3fe. each,
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn Work and
Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
gj. Ladies would do well to inspect our Slock before making llieir selections elsewh-rc.
cceding three years 2A percent, and
a uhaViffl of-.yiolutu.V-r Chan. H."i,
!J, Laws of 1887, viz., practtii'iug k
hunai'sm. Ho was tried in tho Polii
Court this morning.
KetMiihana (w.), test iiied defendant
had cuiuo to their houso at Moiliili
and nykod for Hanakala, her daugh
, tor, saying lie had seen her spirit,
Sho onino and was told that she
would bo in trouble, whereupon tho
girl g"ot excited and scared. Tho
two talked together, then finally
Pohano asked tho mother lo go and
got mt'dicino, viz., taro and banana,
and mix it herself. Mix tho taro on
the east side of tho houso nnd tho
banana on tho west. Defendant in
the meantime wns praying all tho
timo. Ho then asked for fifty cents,
saying ho had taken groat trouble in
tho matter, and if they woro not
careful somtbody would lose his life.
Tho medicine was to bo left at the
doors' whore it was mixed bo keep oil'
tho spirits from tho girl,
Kanakala. tho daughter, corro
borated this evidence, adding that
tho man said ho had never seen her
boforo, only in spirit, and ho was
sure sho was tho person. As the
spirit had disappeared it was a sure
sign of a groat calamity. Tho wo
man statetl she never saw tho man
Pohano was found guilty and
sentenced to iinprisouinont at hard
labor thirty days and pay .$!! costs.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all to call and inspect our Christmas
stock comprising art anil lauev
Ladies and jientlomen wishing to
contribute to the annual subscrip
tion list for a Christinas box to
Clias. Peterson, lookout man at Dia
mond Head, may leave their names
with J. Mort Oat at the Hawaiian
News Co.'s store or A. M. Howelt at
Hustaco k Co.'m, Queen street, until
1 p. in. of December 21.
In tho Hawaiian News Co.'s win
dow is a picture of a double ondor
saddle-tanlc locomotive, to wlucli
the local nnine "Jlanapepo" is given.
It is a splendid looking machine and
was built for the Hawaiian Sugar
Co. (Makawoli plantation, Kauai) by
tho Baldwin Locomotive Works,
Philadelphia, of which W. G. Irwin
As Co., Ld., are tho solo agents.
Tho S. S. Mouowai ran aground
near the lighthouse on Saturday
afternoon when sho was going out.
Tho engines woro not stopped, how
ever, and a fow minutes after sho
was seen to careen to one side and
move slowly oil'. Had it beeiPlow
tide she would have had to stay
there an indefinite length of time.
The steamer was steered too close
inshore, hence tho mishap.
,'oods of all fcortst Store opon Satur-
Three cases of drunkenness added
to tho funds this morning.
Tho cycle exhibition by W. S.
Maltby at the Armory on Saturday
evening was witnessed by a largo
crowd of people, During tho after
noon he gave a matinee performance
for tho little ones, His feats woro
much admired and applauded. The
management was perfect and the
entertainment satisfactory to all.
After the exhibition people could bo
heard everywhere lauding tho young
cyclist and praising his wonderful
for tho last five years 5 porccnt. Ho
would oppose exelusivo franchise,
but if competition was allowed our
streets would bo tilled with posts
and made dangerous with wires.
Bop. Iosopa favored delay in ac
tion on the bill until tho report of
tho committee was presented in Ha
waiian. Noblo Williams gave an explana
tion of tho estimated cost, espouse
and income of an electric light plant
which would suit this city. Ho esti
mated that the maximum number of
lights would bo about 0000: this
would require an engine of about
(500-horso power. Ho considered
that the olant in its eutiretv would
cost about S200,0(X). Whon the wholo
area was wired and in working order
.and business going on it might bo
judged that the yearly income would
bo about .Sl,(XX. Tho expenses
could bo about $7-1,000, thus leaving
10,000 to divide amongst stockhold
ers and also to pay tho (jovorninont
5 percent. This would leave a bal
ance of only $1200 and was so small
that it was very doubtful if investors
could bo got who woro willing to
risk thoir cash. Ho favored defer
ring consideration until tho Hawaii
an versions of tho report and bill
wore presented, and so moved.
.Motion was put and carried.
Bill 227, a substitute for Bill 127,
relating to the ro-arrangement of the
composition of the Board of Health,
wherein it is proposed to increase
the Botird from live to seven mem
bers, and that two of tho said mem
bers bo physicians.
Hop. ltobort W. Wilcox was not in
favor of the Bill presented.
Bop. Pim was very strongly op
posed to physicians boing placed on
Bop. Kamauoha favored leaving
the Hoard of Health as now con
stituted, .and moved tho indefinite
postponement of tho Bill,
Hie Altornoy-Lionoral was also
opposed to physicians boing on the
Board. One of them might bo an
allopath and tho other an home
opath, and thou there would boa
nice state of things.
Some little further expression of
opinion was given when, on the mo
tion poing put, tho bill was iniloh
uitely postponed and reconsidera
tion was lost.
Bill 210, tho Audit Act amend
ment, was read for a third time.
Hop. Smith moved an amendment
that the Auditor-Uoneral shall bo
paid the same annual salary as that
of a Cabinet Minister. Lost.
Bill was then acted on and passed
On motion tho Appropriation Bill
came up and deferred items woro
passed as follows:
Mrs. Sarah M. Black of Seneca,
Mo., during the past two years has
been affected with .Neuralgia of the
Head, Stomach and Womb, and
writes: "My food did not seem to
strengthen me at all and iny appe
tite was very variable. My face
was yellow, my head dull, and I had
such pains in my left side. In the
morning when I got up I would
have a flow of mucus in the mouth,
and a bad, bitter taste. Sometimes
my breath became short, and I had
such queer, tumbling, palpitating
sensations around the heart. I ached
all day under the shoulder blades,
in the left side, and down the back
of my limbs. It seemed to be worse
in the wet, cold weather of Winter
and Spring; and whenever the spells
came on, my feet and hands would
turn cold, and I could get no sleep
at all. I tried everywhere, and got
no relief before using August Flower
Then the change came. It has done
me a wonderful deal of good during
the time I have taken it and is work
ing a complete cure."
G. G. GREEN, Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.N.J.
ii 'lO'Twr o
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2 !' WILL
O I v-r tiik i! r-s g-ive
I ! ! ! O . AWAY
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W Salnnni 2 A Hand
Oj - GO
Choice Selected Seed Cocoanuts
On New Year's Eve
If you would like an opportunity to get this
Dress, buy a Bill of Goods for CASH to the
amount of Five Dollars, and you will find
out all about it.
.A. BeaAxtifu-l IDoll
lust Ucecivfil from Siiiimki.
Small Lot of thn
Niu Lea or Dwarf Cocoanut
Anil iiuuittty of
Selected Seed Coooanut3
ONE MORE CHANCE
December 11), lb'.U.
In liia flreiit Act
Mephistopheles,the Demon Cyclist
"DUDE'S FIRST ATTEMPT"
Ity riMjitcdt. Daring tliu liitcriiiisHlinis
Exhibitions of Fancy Skating
ttf Comfortnlilo Itocerveil Chairs can
he secureil at Holllster's for B0 Cents,
General .A-clinisslori, a So.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
Pianofi Musical Library
f I'AIU.OK OHAND IMANO IX I'lltHT
L t'liiih onlor mill the Complete Musical
Library of tho Into I'rof. (leo. I;. Ituhcoek.
A rare chance not often olVercil to the
musical community of Honolulu. Can he
!eeii on, anil after .MONDAY, December
l'Jth, at t) o'clock a. M., at the late rei
denco, No. 13 Kiiiina xtieet.
gjlf The above will bo oll'ercil at a bar
gain in lots to suit purchasers. Do not
miss the chance. MU-'Jt
Honolulu Carriage Co.
- IIOTII TBI. No. XV,. -
Stand: Coruor Fort & Merchant Sts.
Hacks can bo hail at any hour of the day
up to VI o'clock at night, on terms
to suit the times.
Hacks Nos. 33, 45. 62. 63, 67. 70, 73, 97, 196
A V ill also bo given away at the same time ;
buy (loods to the amount of Three Dollars,
and you will have the chance to
B2T 0-u.r StocxkL of
Subscribe for the
cent per month.
Daily liulUtin, fiO
Kodaks I Christmas
IS NOT (U 111: KXII.U'STKI)
from $7,00 to $75.00.
Vistas of Hawaii,
The Paradise Of The Pacific
HOLLISTER & CO.,
lO Fort, Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Dainty a Souvenir
Ever Saw Light
KMIIIIHITKLY II.I.UH1IIATKII WITH fllOTOIIII WI'HIM
FrettieBt Ohristmaa Preaent of tlae Season,
tm- ritioK i.oo; iiioTOiiitAVinti:s vm. -w
All receipts are ilevoteil by the Kihiuea Volcano House Company anil tho Oaliil
Jtiiilway Company, tliu publishers, to advertising the Islands, ami to the lulvantago
of the wholo country.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
IB. IF- EULIEJIS &c CO.
SS FOBT STREET,
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
jIS" Japanese Sill: and Crepes, al very low prices.
SJ3?" Glove and Jlumlkcrchicf lloxes, Toilel and Manicure Sets,
Work Motes, Dolls, Hlc,, Iftc., all sold regardless of east.
"W Ladies' and Misses' Tailor-made Jackets, from j?tf up.
33 Headed Silk, JHack Capes, at your oion priva '
S3" vans, Hosiery and 1 1 and kerchiefs in yrcal variety.
IS" Dressmaking Uuder the Management ot MISS K. CLARK, 'JE