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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FllOM AND AFTER OCTOHKU 1, 1892.
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1'kahi. City Local.
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Suniluys excepted. t Snlurduys only.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, DEO. 23, 1892.
VlitliAY, Dec. 23.
Btiur Knnlft from Wnlannc and Wninlua
Friday, Dec. 23.
Btmr Kinnu for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Sehr Liholiho, Berry, for Laysan Island
Vessola Leaving To-morrow.
Bark Ooloma for Hongkong
Cargoos from Island Forts.
Stiur Wnialcale 3137 bags sugar, 100 bbls
molasses, and 10 pkgs sundries.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinnu,
Dec23-For Volcano: Miss E Tidd, C II
Iticlianlson. Way ports: V Noall, wife
and child, M Kelliui, Hon "W Y Horner, A
"NV Cockett, Mons Vizzavona, C A Chopin,
J Maguirc, H H Kenton, Louis Homer, H
Barclay, Bros Alfred, George, Louis, W A
Kay, Judge Austin and Mrs Austin, Mrs K
H Austin, A Horner and wife, W S Malt
by. S T Alexander. II P Baldwin, Miss H
Wilder, Miss Lita Wilder.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S Australia, Houdlotto, from San Fran
cisco, duo Dec. 28
S S Alameda, Morse, from San Francisco,
duo Jan 13
8 S Mariposa, Hayward, from the Colonies,
due San. 12
Am bktno Irmgard, Schmidt, from New
castle, N S V, due Deo 31
Ger bark H Hnckfcld from Liverpool, duo
Vessels in Port.
USS Boston, Wiltsc, from Hilo
HB MS Daphne, J McArthur, from San
Am bktno Amelia, Ward, from Port Town
send Am t-mstil muIit Tiansit, Jorgcnsen, from
Am bktno S X Castle, Hubbard, from Sun
Haw Bk Manna Ala, Smith, from New
castle, X 8 W
Am bktno S N Castlo, Hubbard, from San
The bark Bylgia Las not commenced dis
The shooncr Transit will finish discharg
ing at Brewer's wharf.
Tho bark Albert has been moved down to
Wilder's wharf to await sugar.
Tho steamer Cluudino will be due to
morrow morning, a day ahead of her regu
The schooner Liholiho in command of
Captain Berry left to-day for Lysan and
Lisiansky Islands with lumber and other
material. A coincidence in her departure
is her leaving on hor two provious trips on
A MINISTER'S A MINISTER
Till He Isn't a Minister, and So Say
All of TJs.
Tho Supreme Court in banco has
rendered a unanimous decision, pro
pared by Chief Justice Judd, on tho
demurrer raised by C. W. Ashford
to tho indictmont of tho Costa cou
ple for murder. Tho ground of de
murrer was that Chas. Croighton, as
Attorno3F-Gonoral in a Cabinet in
which tho Legislature voted want
of coufidouco, could not, on tho day
tho Legislature withdrew its con
fidence from such Cabinet, appoint
a deputy to conduct tho Crown
business in tho Third Circuit Court.
This demurrer tho Court over-rules,
tho following being tho syllabus of
A vote of want of confidence in
tho Cabinot was passed by tho Legis
lature on tho 1st November, 1892.
Tho Cabinet tendered thoir resigna
tions to tho Queen on tho same day,
but continued to attond to tho
duties of thoir ollicos until tho 8th
Novombor, when thoir successors
woro appointed. On tho said 1st of
Novombor tho Attornoy-Gonoral,
ono of said Cabinot, before tho pas
sago of tho said vote of want of con
fidence, commissioned a deputy for
tho Circuit Court of the Third Judi
cial Circuit, who presented to said
Court on tho 7th Novombor an in
dictment against the defendants.
On a motion to quash
Held, Tho Attornoy-Gonoral was
not removed or his resignation made
comploto by acceptance until his
successor was appointed on tho 8th
Novembor. Therefore, tho acts of
his doputy on the 7th woro valid.
Motion to quash over-ruled.
"When on a visit to Iowa, Mr. K.
Dolton, of Luray, Russell County,
Kansas, called at tho laboratory of
Chamberlain & Co., Dos Moines, to
show thorn his six. year old boy,
whoso life had boon saved by Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy, it having
cured him of a very sovoro attack of
croup. Mr. Dalton is cortaiu that it
saved his boy's lifo and is outhus
iastio in his praise of tho Romody.
For salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agonts for tho Hawai
Sub8oribe for the Daily Bulletin, 60
tents per month.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Houso cleaning is in ordor.
Look out for to-morrow's Bulletin.
Tho steamer Kinnu will h.ivo n
squnlly timo to-night.
Hawaiian Council, A. L, of II.,
will meot this ovouing.
Iolani Collogo broko up for its
Christmas vaction to-tlnj'.
lions. W. Y. Hornnr and A. Horn
or loft to-day for Lahaiun.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Woathor
rainy; wind light southeast.
Miss E. Tidtfrmd G.1l, Richard
son loft to-day on tho Kinnu for tho
Ono case of drunken noss consti
tuted this morning's session of tho
Tho U. S. oruisor Boston's moii
woro landed this morning for drill
on tho Plains.
W. S. Maltby tho cyclist was book
ed to leave on tho Kinau this after
noon for Hilo.
The steamer Claudino will arrive
to-morrow morning, a day ahead of
hor schedule time.
All tho evidence has boon heard in
tho Kohala wator case and argument
will bo had next Wednesday.
Christmas presents to tho lopors
can bo loft at J . T. Watorhouso's store,
Quoon stroot. Toj-s will bo accept
able. Tho two auction rooms wero
crowded last ovouing with people
eager to socuro suitable holiday pre
sents. A Chinaman was lauded from tho
bark Bylgia this morning in a dying
condition and taken to tho Queen's
In sending your xisual Christmas
cheor do not forgot Charlio Peter
son, tho faithful, vigilant lookout at
A number of school children loft
on tho Kinau this afternoon to
spend their vacation with parents
J. F. Morgan will hold n continu
ation sale at his salosroom this even
ing, when everything will bo sold
regardless of cost.
There will bo a Christmas carol
service in St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow evening, Christinas IjVO,
commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
L. J. Levey will hold tho last holi
day sale of tho season to-morrow
ovouing, when a choice lot of new
goods will bo sold positively with
Francis G. L. Harden, uudor sus
pension of sentence for violation of
tho law against duelling, is still in
custody and will probably stay there
until ho is ready to ship for foreign
Men from H. B. M. S. Daphno oc
cupied tho Recreation Grounds at
Ma lulu yesterday altomoon, practis
ing football and cricket. On tho
way home they played punting tho
Tho Art Gem Calendar distribut
ed by Thoo. H. Davies & Co. is tho
prettiest thing eut in that lino. At
tho foot of a scroll containing each
month's days is a selection from one
of the standard poots.
Hor Majesty and suite will attond
tho 9:30 o'clock service of tho second,
congregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, Sunday morning. Fifty sailors
and marines from H. B. M. S.
Daphno will also bo present at tho
There will bo no jury torm tho
coming January. The next jury
torm will bo that of tho Circuit
Court under tho now law, and will
bo hold in February. Hereafter tho
Supremo Court will bo a strictly ap
A native named Ikaika, slightly
under tho weather, had his thumb
run over and chopped off bj' a tram
car on Queen street this morning.
Ho got on ono sido of tho tram and
fell out tho other. Ho has boon
arrested for drunkenness.
A fine dwelling is offered for ront
by Mr. E. R. Hendry, of tho Hawai
ian Hardware Co. Tho house, is con
veniently and pleasantly located at
Kinau and Ponsacoln streets and has
ample grounds well supplied with
fruit and shade troos. Tho house is
in porfoct repair and convenient to
On Christmas Day a spocial car
will loavo Panoa at a quarter after
five o'clock in tho morning for St.
Andrew's Cathedral, tho return car
leaving tho Cathedral at half-past
six. For tho half-past nine sorvico
tho spocial car will loavo Pauoa at
a quarter past nino o'clook. Other
cars as usual on Sunday,
Tho many poonlo who havo boon
uisapponueu in not having their
orders for Haviland China filled by
tho Hawaiian Hardwaro Co. will rest
easy now that tho contents of a
dozon casks of this waro havo boon
placed on tho shelves of tho com
pany's store room. In thoir column
advertisement thoy call nttontion to
thoir fino display of articles suitable
for Christinas gifts.
is always an acceptable present for
Christmas. Tho Pacific Hardware
Company havo just opened a lino of
pictures comprising monochromes,
artotypos, photogravures, Randall's
and Guerin's, photographs, panels,
cabinot frames, medallions on glass,
pastels, hteol engravings, etc. Thoir
linos of Mouldings comprise tho
latost patterns, nna picturo framing
is made a specialty,
An assortment of Comico Poles,
Brackoto and Trimming, always on
A number of pictures woro sold
tho day t hor woro opened, and tho
continued demand is reducing tho
Friday, Dec. 23, 1892.
Tho Assembly conroned at 9 for
prayer, aftor which tho roll was call
ed and some few minutes lator tho
minutes of the prorious meeting
woro road and approved.
Rep. Smith, from tho Judicinrj
Committee, presented a report on
Bill 232, to repeal Section 2 of Chap
ter (52 of tho laws of 1888, which
dobars tho salo, couvoynnco or trans
fer in any manner of any franchise
granted under the said Act. Tho
commit too recommend tho passage
of tho bill. The introducer moved
that tho report bo adopted. Roport
tabled for consideration with tho
Noblo "Williams, from tho com
fnitteo on Bill 95, relating to tho
eonvoning of delegates to frame a
Constitution for tho Hawaiian King
dom, returned a majority roport.
The committeo object to tho pro
posed Convention on tho grounds of
a possibility of unsettling values!
objection b' tho Groat Powers: ex
pense, tho sum of $21,600 being esti
mated as necessary. The committeo
rocommond that tho bill lie tabled.
Rep. White moved that tho reports
and bill bo mado tho Ordor of tho
Day for next Tuesday.
Noblo Young moved that tho ro
port of tho committee bo adopted.
Rep. White considered that the
motion was a very foolish one. This
Constitutional convention was just
what tho Hawaiians desired, as
ovincod by tho numerous petitions
presented in favor of it. Ho thought
tho motion should bo withdrawn
and tho matter bo loft for considera
tion by members in Committee of
Noble Young said that his reason
for making tho motion was to save
timo. Thoy had beon in session now
over eight months and as ho was op
posed to tho bill and would voto
against it ho desired to havo tho
Rep. Waimiilani said that tho bill
had beon ordered to bo considered
as the spocial Order of tho Da for
to-morrow, thoroforo it was not pro
por to movo on tho presentation of
this minority report that it bo
On motion tho roport was ordered
for consideration with tho bill on
Rep. Waipuilani introduced a mo
tion that tho Minister of tho Interior
bo instructed to cause tho publica
tion of tho laws passed at this ses
sion in papers other than those now
publishing them, viz., tho Bulletin
and Holomua. Tho member stated
that Ka Leo, Gazette and Kuokoa
should also enjoy tho publication of
said laws, as thoy had an oxtonsivo
Tho member mado a rambling
speech in regard to his resolution,
which, finally, was returned to its
Rep. Kapahu offered a resolution
that whoroa? it had beon tho custom
of sovoral moinbers of tho Houso to
make and throw various papor-balls;
Resolved, that the President of -the
Assembly take notice of tho samo
and reprimand tho members offend
On motion of Rep. Wilder the
resolution was referred to tho Mili
tary Committee. (Laughter.)
Noblo Marsdon from a spocial
committeo having consideration of
Bill 212, relative to tho sale of
niothylated spirits roportod thoro
on. Roport tabled for consideration
Noblo W. Y. Horner asked for and
obtained loavo of absence for a few
Tho Ordor of tho Day being
moved, tho following bills came up
on third reading:
Bill 229, to amend tho law relating
to tho reorganisation of tho Judi
rBdl 219, relative to tho electric
li'ht frauohiso,camoup on consider
ation under tho head of Unfinished
Business, Sootion 1(5 (and lost) being
tho object of attention.
Noblo Ena desired to withdraw
tho amendment presented by him at
tho last discussion, and instead
moved that the soction bo referred
to a select committoo.
Rop. Ashford said that ho had no
personal intorost in tho matter, but
would say that there woro parties
now legally established in tho busi
ness in this city and ho boliovod in
all fairness it was proper to make
some proviso for tho purchase of
their plant. Ho had no opposition
to tho soction boing roforred to a
committee, but if a roport was re
turned without such proviso ho
would opposo it.
Noblo Baldwin said that ho had at
first favored the soction being struck
out; ho did not know why it should
have beon presented. Now. how-
ovor, ho boliovod it was only just and
inir io proriuo ior ino protection
of tho company now in business.
Minister Jones considered that it
was only right to pass tho .section as
in tho bill. Tho bill was tho pro
duct of a special committeo and if it
was again roforred ho boliovod it
should bo sent to tho Judiciary Com
mittoo, thoro being certain, to his
mind, legal points in which tho Gov
ernment was interested.
On motion tho section was ro
rcforred to tho Judiciary Commit loo.
On motion of Rop. Ashford Sec
lion 11 was also ro-roforred to tho
The consideration of tho Appro
priation Bill, Suction 2, now came up.
Tho Miuistor of Financo stated
that ho had moved tho re-consideration
of tho voto striking out tho
item, Tantalus Road, $1500. by re
quest. Ho had seen it stated in the
morning newspaper that the direc
tion was a good ono in which to
spond money. That statement had
mado him stronger in his opinion of
not recommending it. Tho ouostion
was now open for tho consideration
of tho members, but ho did not care
to recommend tho passage of tho
Rop. Ashford said ho would sup
port tho item of $1500. $17,000 had
already boon expended, and as this
was for repair, oto., it was advisable
Thoro is something in tho surround
ings of Tantalus that northern visi
tors do not seo in thoir own coun
tries, and there may bo seen a tro
pical forest without going to Hilo.
Moved Completion and Maintenance
of Tantalus Road, $1500.
Rop. Wilder said that ho also dif
fered from the Minister of Financo.
$17,000 had beon spoilt. Ho was in
favor of this for the same reason
that ho favored tho Punchbowl road.
That was an idea that Hon. II. A.
Wiuomann stronirlv opposed, but
whoovor has been on that placo HHo
ly will agroo that it is a monument
to tho energy and push of Hon. L.
On motion tho item was lost.
Tho following woro passed as hero
ItOADS AND nniDOES, OAHU.
By Noblo Potorson: Repairing and
widening tho road from Waikiki to
Kalia bridge, $750. Passed.
By Rop. Ashford: To purchase
right of way for and completion of
tho Ocoan Beach Road from Kaka
ako to Waikiki, $7500. Passed.
By Rop. Aid: To open road from
Smith's bridge to Lihha street, $5000.
Minister Jones made an attempt
to stop this influx of new items by
saying that thoro woro only sixteen
months of the poriod loft, and that
there was now over $210;000 appro
priated for roads and bridges. Tho
roads would bo built if thoy could
bo, and tho present Ministry, if thoy
remained in, would endeavor to have
desired work accomplished. Ho had
doubts, however, of boing ablo to ac
complish much if amounts woro to
bo piled up as of lato.
By Noble Pua: Opening road from
King stroot along tho west sido of
tho Queen's Palama rosidonce, $5000.
Tie voto and President Walker,
smilingly, cast his voto against tho
ItOADS AND nniDOES, KAUAI.
Haualoi, $2000. Passed;
By Rop. A. S. Wilcox: Road from
Haona to Hanakapiai, $500. Passed.
Road from Hanakapiai to Kalalau,
Waimoa, $2000. Passed.
By Rop. Akina: Grading road at
Hanapopo, Wannoa, Kauai, $2000.
Koloa, $2000. Passed.
CONSTRUCTION AND 1MPHOVEMENT ItOADS
Kohala to Waimea, $2000.
Hiloa to Pahala, $3000.
Lahaiua to Maalaoa, $'5000. In
creased on motion of Rop. White to
$5000 and passed.
A motion to tako recess was made
but withhold to allow Minister Wil
cox to report that tho Queon had
signed Bill 229, to amend tho Judi
ciary Act, and Bill 210, rolativo to
the Audit Act.
Tho President read an invitation
to tho members from Mr. John Ka
uui, on behalf of tho Hui Kalaiaina
to a foast at tho restaurant on tho
Waikiki j corner of Merchant and
Nuuanu streets on Dec. 26th.
At 12:03 tho Assembly tool: recess
until 1:30 p. m.
GIFTS lOR. LEPERS.
Help to Make Thoir Holidays Merry.
Any Toys, Dolls, Pictures, Books,
Clothing, Candies, and other Gifts
will bo thankfully received for thorn
at J. T. Watorhouso's Quoon street
Store, or at tho oflico of tho Board
HAWAIIAN COUNOI I. NO. GSf), AMnit
ican Legion of Honor, meets THIS
EVENING at 7:30 o'clock, at
Hall, King Htrect.
JUH. -M. UAT,
HOUSE ON KINAU,
near Pcnsaeola street.
K. 11. IIENDUY,
U)7-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co.'sstoro.
O Q !L D
Looking- for Attractive and Service
able Presents for Gentlemen
should remember that
lias a Complete Line of Tasty and
gjr Suitable for Holiday Giftn I
LEATHER GOODS, CIOAR & CARD CASES,
Traveling Bags, Umbrellas, Canes, Etc., Etc.
1 jjooKing ior -ti-iu'iicuvu unu service-
& O L D
Vistas of Hawaii,
The Paradise Of The pacific
As Dainty a Souvenir as Ever Saw Light
KXqUIHITKI.Y U.IUhTIIATni Uiril riKITOOIIAMIIItH t
Tin Frettlest Ohriatmae Preaent of the Season,
fJtr- ''KICK $1.00; l'HOTOOHAVUKKS 75o. V
All reeoiriN uro devoted by the Kiluueii Voleano House Company and tho Oahll
Ituilway Company, tho publlshem, to advertleiiib' the Inlaads, mid to tho udvuiitUKu
of the whole country.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
The Event of the Season !
WHAT JS THE EVENT V WHY THE LATE IMPORTATION OF
WHICH ARRIVED. ON THE "AURTRAL1A," AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
1ST. S. SACHS',
IDTe-w I ISTo
For Metal, Plush and Celluloid, Toilet nnd Manicure
For Fane Silk, Hnndpainlcd, Jeweled and Embroidered Ohuir Drapes
For Pure Linen, Tea, Tray, Table and Sideboard Covors and Rope Floss
For Novelties in Hnndpainlcd Fans and Handkerchief Sachots
For'Fino Leather Hand 1J igs, C.ird Cases, and a World's Fair Purbo
For Ladies' Fine Parasols and Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's Cashmere and Silk Co.ilB.Silk Hats, Silk and Muslin Bonnets
For Undressed Moutquctairo Kid Gloves, tan shades; reduced to $1.00
For Gent's Silk Neglige Shirts, Windsor Scarfs and Silk Pajamas
For Ladies' Ohiflbn Scarfs and Chiffon Handkerchiefs in delicate shades
Immense Variety sit Exceptionally Low Prices.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' & Children's Dainty Colored Border Handkerchiefs at (J0c, 75c,
1.00, 1.25 and 1.50 per dozen.
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(Bet.t value over oil'ereil) at 20c, 2.rc. and 3fie. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn "Work and
Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
SW Ladies would do well to inspect our Stock before making their selections olhcwhure. &8
Can be found, as usual, nt his icddcneo,
Alakcn street, next to llritKh Club, or by
messngo nt O. K. Williams' store, Fort
All work Kiiarantucil and visited n
time. Prompt attention to all
Tuned tho l'iano (or concert of
the celebrated violinist. 003-'2w
9 XKW COTTAQKS ON
& Funuhbowl street. Cot
tage contain. Parlor, 2 Ucd
rooms. diuincroom. kitchen.
pantry, and bathrooms. Rent $15. En
quire of ,. ADLEK,
6!-2w 13 Nuuanu Street.
street containini; Par
lor, Dining-room, 3 Bed
rooms. Kitchen, etc. Car
riage House, Stable and other Outhouses
on the premises. Those premises adjoin
those occupied by Jlr.Crcigiiton. Apply to
STAMP COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
collection of Foreign
Stamns with the uudorsii'iied for disposal
Those desiring to select fro'm tho abovo
collection can obtain sheets on approval
by applying to
GEO. W. UUKGESS.
Terms: Net Cash. R)8-2w
B E R a
B E E G
- vel I Inexpensive I
A Handsome Embroidered Dress
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 ZBesLxxtifu.! Doll
"Will also be given away at the same time
buy Goods to the
and you will have
B3r 0-u.r Stock, of
Kodaks I Christmas
is not cum: kxhauhtki)
Prices from S7.QO to $75.QO.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
108 Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
IB. IF. EHLERS Sc CDO-'
SS FORT STREET,
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
33?" Japanese Silk and Crepes, at very low prices.
z2F Glove and Handkerchief Hoxcs, Tolel and Manicure Sets,
Work Hoxcs, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all sold regardless of cost,
23?" Ladies' and Misses' Tailor-made Jackets, from $3 up.
ESP" Headed Silk, ttluek Capes, al your own price.
33?" Fans, irosicry and J fund kerchiefs in yrcal variety.
1ST Dressmaking Uudor the Management of HISS K. CLARK. .
gjST CALL AT SACHS.
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amount of Three
the chance to