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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, DEO. 21, 1802.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Poler Noah lias boon appointed mi
agont to grant marriage licenses for
A loud explosion was heard in tho
vicinity of Kalia about dusk yester
Geo. 0. Poller lias been appointed
nn agent to grant marriage liconsos
Owners of horses or oilier stock
should consult the card of Dr. Mon
A gem of literature and advico
worth jewels are contained in a card
of B. & A. J. Carlwrighl.
Hon. Paul Neumann will deliver
the oration at the laying of tho cor
ner stone ot tlio jMnsonic Temple.
Z. P. Kaloktiokamailo has boon ap
pointed a notary public for tho Third
Judicial Circuit of tho Kingdom.
A complimentary concert to olli
cors of II. B. M. S. Daphno will bo
given at tho Hawaiian Hotel this
Win. II. Lowoll mid Awa havoboon
appointed commissioners of fences
for tho district of Koolaupoko, Isl
and of Oahu.
AVr.ii.i:iHAV, Dee. 21.
llktno DUeovcry, McN'oil, from San Krnn-
Stinr lvluau fiom Maul and Hawaii
Stmr .1 A Cummins from Koolau
Stiiir.lnincs Mnkco from lCaiml
Stmr C 11 HHiop ftom Knlmku
Wednesday, Dec, 21, 1892.
GIFTS FOR LEPERS.
Help to Mnko Thoir Holidays Morry.
Any Toys, Dolls, Pictures, Books,
Clothing, Candies, and othor Gifts
will bo thankfully received for thorn
at J. T. Wntorhouso's Queen street
Store, or at the oflico of tho Board
Wi:ini:siiy, Deo. !!1.
Stmr O U llisliop for Kaliuku and l'uiin-
Stmr Hawaii for I.alialna nnd Hamakua
Vossols Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr J A Cmiuuliix for Koolau
Stmr. las Mukce for Kiiihiu at 1 p m
Oarpfoos from Island Ports.
Stmr O II Bishop 2175 hags yugnr.
Stmr Jus Mnkce '2(LV2 haul sugar, 50 bags
rieo and !) pkgf sundries.
Stmr Kinau 151 sheep, V2 hales
Julia Iiidcx, 20 pigs, 11 bxs pigs, 21
fowl", ete, :7 hags eom, 2.5 hags:
225 pkgs sundries.
plantatiou, .Hawaii, committed
do the othor day by cutting his
Ho died a few hours aftor-
From Kapaa, per stmr .las Makee, Deo
21 W UcrlowiU, A Haas and II deck.
From San Franuiseo at Hilo, per hark
Harvestor, Dee 17 Mrs K Seott, Mr Dillon,
Mr Cloodalo and one other.
From Hilo for San KrancUeo, per brig
I.urllno, Dee. 10 Mrs Kenway, Mrs M M
Vilson and AINs flrace I'orter.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Dee 21 From Voleano: .1 N Whito, D N
White, MWs White, DrS 1. l.ee, Dr O F
I.eo and John Wood. For wuv ports: 1
Peek, W 1) Schmidt, wife anil child, W A
Hay, O A Chapin, H 1' Low, II 11 Kenton,
.1 Maguire, W S May, Dr J M Whitnev, .1 S
Imieison, .1 .1 Garden, II Sehroeder, W
Abbey, Miss M Powell, W H ltlcknrd, .lr,
Hon J Richardson, Chang See, II A Heen,
F W Dcekloy, C Buchanan and 72 deck.
The holiday sale by L. J. Levey
yestordajr ovoning was well attended
and tho regulation two-bit starters
Inquiries have been made around
town to-day as to whether Ka Leo
will bo issued on tho morrow, since
tho sub-editor is in the cooler.
Hon. Jos. Nawahi, representative
elect from Hilo, will probably arrive
this evening on a whaloboat from
Hilo, Hawaii. There are six in tho
A Japanese laborer on the
Mrs. Marion Luning has secured
first prize in tho Hawaiian Hard
ware Co.'s monu contest. Somo of
tho menus submitted appear in an
L. J. Lovoy will hold another
Christmas auction at his salesroom
to-morrow ovoning. Lovoy promises
tho largest assortment oi holiday
goods this season.
.Tas. P. Morgan announces tho
"wind up" to his Christinas sales,
for to-morrow evening at 7 o'clock.
Presentation articles to suit every
body are listed for this sale.
Thoro will bo a Christmas praiso
service at Kauinakapili Church noxt
Sunday evening, commencing at 7:15
o clocK. special music will bo pro
vided and all seals will bo freo.
Tho steamer Waimanalo was hauled on
tho Marino liailway this morning.
Tho schooner I.iholiho will leave again
for Lysan Island about the end of this
The bark .1. Q. Glade will leave for San
Francisco cither to-morrow or noxt day.
She received sugar from the steamer .1. A.
Sailed, Dee. 1(1, brig I.urllno, Capt. Chas.
Matson, for San Francisco, in ballast.
Arrived, Dec. 17, bark Harvester, Capt.
Johnson, from San Francisco, cargo, merchandise.
Ono of Johnny Bush's Editors Chal
lenges a Brother of tho Quill.
A warrant was issued yesterday for
the arrest of Francis G. Harden for
violation of Chap. 8, Sou. 2, of the
Penal Codo in issuing a challenge to
John G. M. Sheldon, editor of the
Holomua, to light a duel. Ollicor A.
McGurn, armed with tho legal docu
ment, wont to tho ollico of Hon. J.
E. Bush in tho afternoon, and asked
that gontloman if F. G. Harden was
thoro. Mr. Bush answered in tho
ailirmative. It seems, however, that
Harden was listonini' in tho noxt
room, and as soon as ho heard his
name ho jumped out of tho window,
leaving his hat. Ho turned to Mc
Gurn, put his fingers, to his nose and
ran through a lano out on King
street, leaving tho ollicor nowhere.
Another ollicor saw Harden run
ning and, thinking ho was a thief,
gave chaso. ' Harden led by several
yards till near thooldkoroseno ware
house, whore thoro was a wide ditch,
over which ho couldn't leap. Ho
turnod like a rat at bay anil matlo
sovoral passes at tho policeman,
when tho cop shot out a riidilhandor
from tho shoulder, landing on Hard
on's oyo, where it raised a dark doeor
ation. Ho wasn't satisfied, but went
for tho ollicor again, ami had it not
been for the arrival of McGurn and
others the battle might have- waged
for some time longer, The desporale
Balmncodist was nabbed and taken
to tho Station where his bail was
fixed at S10W,
This morning ho asked for paper
and pencil and wroto ono note to the
Marshal and another to Mrs. J, E.
Bush. Tho latter missive, it is said,
contained such abusive language that
it was not forwarded, but handed to
tho Station Clerk Hardy. Harden
will bo tried in tho Police Court to
Commander Geo. McArthur and
oilicors of H. B. M. S. Daphne wore
presented to the Queen to-day by
His Excellency Major James Hay
'YVodohouso, British Minister Besi
dout. Mr. and Mrs. Pi. L. Lambert ar
rived from Chile on a visit by tho
steamer Monowai from San Fran
cisco. Mrs. Lambert is a daughter
of His Excellency tho British Minis
ter Besident, Major J. II. Wodo
houso. Tho furniture and effects of tho
late II. W. Mcintosh will bo sold by
Jas. F. Morgan, 10 o'clock Tuesday
at tho residence in Robollo lano, Pa
lama. Manj' valuablo articlos are
in tho list, and thoro is a gontlo sad
Thirty witnesses arrived by tho
steamer Kinau this morning to ap
pear in a Kohala water caso in tho
Supremo Court. Thoy were trans
ferred direct to tho Government
huildiii", whore at tho oneiiinir of
Elected by a
court thoy were placed on tho stand
ono altor tho othor.
Tho bark roportod in tho Bi'lixtin
yesterday as twenty miles oil at '.I p.
in., was reported this afternoon
again as cruising off and on, and
still twenty miles oil'. Sho will no
doubt lurnish an interesting report
of deop sea fishing, as a couplo of
vessels have been hovering about
the same twonty-milos spot a few
days ago. .
Hon. August Droior of Kauai was
presented with a hoavily-oliaed
crooked-handled gojd cano by his
wife, on his birthday, tho other day.
It boro his monogram, "A. G.," and
was othorwi.so suitably inscribed.
Tho cane was made by Woniier &
Co. and is of pretty design and
mako, a fair evidence of what kind
of work is turned out by that Jinn.
Tho Jiaynl Hawaiian Band will
give a complimentary concert this
ovoning at tho Hotel commencing at
7:J1() o'clock, in honor of tho oilicors
ot II. B. M. S. Daphno. In addition
to tho regular program tho band
boys will sing throe choruses which
wore sung at Kawaiahao Church on
last Sunday evening on the occasion
of tho church jubilee, Tho follow
ing is the program:
Medley Musical rietures., . .
Selection II Trovntoru . .. .
Three (Jhoru-cs Iohova Mail
I ka Muuim. Iurimalomii
Medley Popular Melodies
Waltz Danube Waves
flavotto Seeiet I.ovo
Lancers Poomalkaluni .
God Save the Queen.
Jos. Nawahi, who resigned his boat
as Representative for North Hilo to
enter the Cabinet and ran again on
that particular Cabinet's defeat, has
been elected again. Kolurns from
tho 1st preoinet are not in, but its
00 votos cannot change tho result
and will probably go largely for the
top man. Tho other precincts voted
2d nrooiuel 7 2.'l
1 "" .., 22(1 1811
' 2W 212
, . Conrad I
I.oa. i: l'ii
For a sore throat thoro is nothing
hotter than a Ilauuel bandage damp
ened with Chamborlain's Pain Balm.
It will nearly always effect a euro in
one night's time. This remedy is
also a favorite for rheumatism and
hag cured many very severe cases.
CO cent bottles for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith it Co,, Agents for the
Pictures! Pictures! Pictures! Don't
forgot to include a picture with your
Christinas presents and that King
Bros, have a lino lino of now subjects
of all sorts with piices to suit tho
Tho Assembly convened for yrayor
at !) o'clock, after which the minutes
of tho previous meeting wore read
President Walker displayed a
highly artistically engrossed docu
ment and which ho stated had been
placed on his desk yesterday. Tho
purport ot the document was to ex
tend an invitation to the officers and
members of the Assembly to bo pro
sent at tho Jubilee services at Ka
waiahao Church on Nov. 28, 181)3,
nnd was signed by Messrs. E. K.
Lilikalani and D. Nnono, as a com
niilteo of invitation. Tho document
wns dated Nov. 21lh and had lakon
until Dec. 20th to reach its destination.
In consonance with the rules, Bill
175, tho vetoed bill, relating to tho
regulating tho hours ot labor of cer
tain Government employees, was on
motion laid upon tho table.
Tho Order of t ho Day being moved
and unfinished business coming up,
consideration of Section (.) of tho
Bill to regulate tho importation and
sale of opium was resumed.
Section !). Opium imported to
be placed in bond. Passed.
Section 10. Collector-General and
several Collectors at their respective
ports to place stamps on half lb.
(5 taol) boxes SI. 50, and on more
than "'Z 11). and not more than 1 lb.
&), each additional" 2 lb. an addi
tional stamp of S1.50. Passed.
Section 11. Any Customs officer
or person entrusted with tho dutj' of
allixing stamps to boxes who fails
to do so to bo punished. Passed.
Section 12. Counterfeiting
stamps to bo punished. Passed.
Section 1!3. Forgery of naino
any ollicor of the Government
stamps, to bo punished. Passed.
Section 11. Any duplicate uso ot
stamps or containers to bo punished.
beet ion lf. Hegarding licenses.
Provides for '.) licenses on tho Island
of Oahu, at a gross price of ,?25,r00;
Kauai, li licenses, .S7i)0(); Maui, Molo
kai and Lanai, G licenses, 1(,000;
Hawaii, (i licenses, .?1S,000 a gross
total of ?(i7,(XK).
Bop. Ashford said (hat the idea of
sovoral licenses had been very care
fully considered. He did not think
that ono liconso issued in Honolulu
would supply the demand for all tho
islands. Wherever opium is sold
under this law it must bo in a regu
larly licensed place. It makes no
difference where tho opium enters so
long as it passes through tho Cus
tom House. Ho did not boliovo that
it was right to liconso a crime to ob
tain a revenue out of it, but as tho
voico of tho majority was that some
thing might bo accomplished toward
curbing this vice by licensing and
incidentally getting a rovonuo there
from, ho believed it .sound to try tho
experiment. As far as ono liconso
was concerned ho did not favor that
proposition; ho believed that a bol
ter result would bo obtained by
dividing tho licenses up as proposed
in tho amended section. It was im
possible to regulato tho trallic out
sido of Honolulu.
Noble Peterson said that in all
probabilit3' not one-half of tho
liconsos proposed would bo taken
up. Ho instanced "Waianao, nnd that
liconso at 81000 would not bo bought.
All exporionco lias shown, besides,
that all of tho best licensos, tho
plums, would bo bought up hy one
ring. Ho considored that tho object
sought could bo bettor accomplished
if licenses wore issued for oach
island and not sub-divided into districts.
Bop. Kaunamano favored tho offer
ing of licenses in each district. If
thoro was only a central liconso,
then thoro would bo a lot of vondors
of tho drug all over the islands who
would claim that thoy woro agents
of tho chief licensee. Ho related an
instance of tho kind that happened
in his district (Hamakua) under tho
old license, where a man protondod
lie wns an agent, but on inquiry it
was found that ho was not and had
oyor 100 Unstamped tins of opium in
his possession. Tho opium was
seized by tho deputy shoriff thoro
and ho sold it and pocketed tho
money. Ono liconso would simpby
fill the countrj' with tramp vondors
of opium just liko tho gipsy peddlers
ol jowolry at present.
Bop. K."W. Wilcox favored tho
aniondinont as prosontod in the bill.
The advocacy of ono license, simply,
is ouiy iiiioiiiiQii to Donoiii ono set.
If there is but ono liconso in Hono
lulu then tho Cnbinot might bo
bribed, lie did not bay the present
Cabinet but nobody could toll how
long this Cabinet would stay in. It
was well known that oven now there
was every oll'ort boiiiL' niado to
undormiiio this Cabinet, Those who
aro at all posted know that the
opium ring desire much to have ono
of their number in tho Cabinet.
During the last two days ho had
lieou shown lists or slates of now
Cabinets, and on each of those was
tho nanie of a man who is engaged
in opium smuggling and who is
known to bo the friend of opium
smugglers. The question before us
is to have ono liconso or several; he
hoped that tho question would bo
settled quickly, as he desired to havo
tho work ended by Now Year's. That
could bo accomplished, ho thought,
woro it not for tho action of those
whoso interests aro with the opium
rings and aro endeavoring to obtain
a Cabinet in their interests. Ho
considered that everyone had made
up their mind how to vote on this
question and action should Do im
mediate, if it was intended to frit-
A cordial invitation is extended to
all to call and inspect our Christmas
stock comprising art and fancy
goods ot all sorts. Store open Satur
day evenings. Kino Bnos.
The Event of the Season !
WHAT IS THIS EVENT? WHY THE LATE IMPORTATION OF
By Jus. E. Morgan.
Here's the Wind Up
On Thursday Evening, Dec, 22d,
.A.T V O'CbOOK,
1 will soil nn Assortment ot Holiday
3 Large Oil Paintings,
Toys, Children's Books,
Diwuic Wnro, Fiinov Vilest,
ShnwN, Alliums, Hosiery,
PARASOLS & IT.M1JHKM.AS,
WHICH AHIJIYED ON THE "AUHTBALIA,"' AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
jETAa ? &- m&m 2
104 Fort St.
TTe-w-1 2To-vel I Inexpensive !
&0T CALL AT
08T CALL AT
U"C7VLL AT SACHS'
CALL AT SACHS'
IDB No Limits I
All to bo Soldi Tho
AUCTION" SALE OF
Household -: Furniture
For Mctnl, l'lusli unil Celluloid, Toilot and Munienro
Kor Fancy Silk, Hitnilpuinteil, .lowaloil unci Embroidered Chair Drapes
For l'nro Linen, Tea, Tray, Table nnd Sideboard Covers suit! Uopc Floss
For Novelties in Handnaintod Fans and Handkerchief Sachets
For Fine Leather Hand 15 igs, Curd Cases and a World's Fair Purse
For Ladies' Fine l'arasols and Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's Cuslnnoronnd Silk Coats, Silk Hats, Silk and Muslin Uonuets
For Undressed Moiuqiielniro Kid Gloves, tan shades; reduced to $1.00
For Gent's Silk Neglige Shirts, Windsor Scarfs and Silk Pajamas
For Ladies' Oliifi'on Scarfs and Chiffon Handkerchiefs in delicate shades
Iinmenso Variety at Excjptionally Low Prices.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' & Children's Dainty Colored Border Handkerchiefs at GOe., 75c., .
1.00, 1.25 and $1.50 per dozen.
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(Hc-t value ever ofleicd) at 20c, 25c. and HBc. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn "Work and
Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
Hj3 Liulies would do well to inspect our Stock before making their selections elsewhere. J
On TUESDAY, Dec,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .M.,
At tho l'roiniM;;, Hohcllo Lano, I will sell nt
l'ublic Auction, the I'nrnituro nnd Kf-
feets of thu Into 11. V. Me-INTOSH,
coiiinrisint; in l'urt:
Fancy Tallies, Bed Lounge,
11. V. nnd Onk Hookers,
I'lifj-t, ' nrtnins and I'olos,
Onu Fine Piano Lump,
Oak Bedroom Set!
Sprint; nnl Hair Mnttreics,
Wnrdiobe, I!. W. Bookcase.
1 Oak Bookcase & Secretary
LOT OK BOOKS,
ONE HOUSEHOLD SEWING
Extension Dining Table,
One Haviland Dinner Set
Crockery nnd Glassware,
Meat Safes, Dressers,
fnn be found, usual, at bis residence,
AInkea street, noxt to British Club, or by
inci-sugo at C. K. Williams' stole, Fort
gM AH work Kiiaranleed and visited a
com! time. l'romiit attention to all
Tuned the 1'inno for i-oncoit oi
75 MclNBRNY BLOCK-75
O NKW COTTAQKS ON
ii Punchbowl street. Cot
tage contains Parlor, '2 Bed
rooms, diniimroom. kitchen.
nantrv. and bathrooms. Heut Jl.l. in
quire of L. ADLKH,
13 Xuiiium Street.
TTOUSK OX 51AKIKI
JLJL street containing Par-
lor, Dining-room, It Bed
rooms. Kitchen, etc. C'nr-
1 1WUTI A mriM omnTTP Jt niriCMOlT.a rinwi I louse. Stable and other Outhouses
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One Gentle Saddle Horse
SADDLK AND HHIDLK.
on tlie liremises. ineso
those occupied by Mr. Creighlon.
On New Year's Eve
A Handsome Embroidered Dress
If you would liko an opportunity to
Dress, buy a Bill of Goods for OASLI to
amount of Five Dollars, and you will
out all about it.
J. M. MONSAUILVT
-A. IBestULtifu-l Doll
AN OPKN LETTKH ADDHLSSKl) TO
the undersigned. The Under will be
suitably rewarded on leaving it at this
otllce. .1. A. -MiCAXDLKSS.
H P B
Attractive and Service
able Presents for Gentlemen
should remember that
lias a Complete Line of Tasty and
&tr .Suitable for Holiday (Uln !
LEATHER GOODS, CIOAR & CARD CASES,
Traveling Bags, Umbrellas, Canes, Etc, Etc.
"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
S3F 0-u.r Stock of
' " 'lb.litiw II I JlW' M-"
US Kodaks g Christmas
lor away tiino, howoror, in tho liopo
of putting tliis Cnhinul out, thon tho
proi'iastinators would loso (liuir
labors for tho roason that, this Cabi
not will not go out until thu mombor
from AVainlun ay m. (Applauso
Noblo .Warfedon boliuved in tho is
Kiianuo of liconsos. ifo favored tho
designating of oauh jilaeo in oaoh
district, so that tho police can con
trol tho sale,
0 T2ii E&) fcQ.
4) J && &?
Vistas of Hawaii
The Paradise Of The Pacific
IS NOT (JIMTK KXIIAVSTLI)
Prices from S'T'.OO to &T&.CDO.
HOLLISTEE, .& CO.,
109 Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
As Dainty a Souvenir as Ever Saw Light
HXlllIISITKI.Y IM.IIHTKATIill WITH I'lllirOllll WI'HIW
Frettiest OUristitts Present of tlio Season,
l'KIOK $1.00; l'HOTOOHAVUHKS tte.
IB- IF1. iEIHILIEIRS &c CO.
S9 FORT STREHST.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays 1
All receipts uru durotud liy tlio Kllauim Volcano JIousu Cmiiany nnd llio Oahu
JlallwoyCoHiiiiiiiy, tliujiubllBliorH, to mlVortlMiiB tlio Inlands, and to tlm ailvantiiKU
of thu whole country.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
3 Japanese tiilk and Crepes, at eery low priceji
fiSF Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Toilpt
Work Boxes, Dolls, tile., Ktc, all aold regardless of cost,
3P Ladies' and Misses' Tailor-made Jackets, from $H up.
&3F Headed Silk, Jilaek Capes, at iour own price.
J3' Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in great variety.
1ST DrossnuklUQ Under the MauaQeuient oi HISS K. CLAIUL JLJ
Ji-iS&Wk f ' tiLs".