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OAHD-RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PHOM AND AFTER OCTOUEU 1. 1802.
A.M. A.M. P.M. r.M.
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Sundays cxcontcd. t Snlurdiiys only.
1 S Saturdays excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, DEC. 27, 1892.
Sunday, Dec. l!3.
Stmr Mikoliiila from Knnni
Monday, Dec. 20.
Hr bk Velocity, Martin, 72 ilays from
Bohr Jlillo Morris from Koolnu
Tuesday, Dec. 27.
Am bkfV II Dlmaiul from San Francisco
Stmr W G Hull from Muui mul Hawaii
Stmr Kthuien Hoa from Hawaii
Tuesday, Dec. 27.
Stmr Clnndino for Maui and Hawaii at 5
Stmr Kaala for Waianac, Waialna, Mokn-
loia, Kaliuku and Punaluu.
Stmr Mikabala for Kauai, at 5 p m
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p in
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Jai Makeo for Kapaa at 4 p m
Stmr Iwnlani for Kauai
Stmr O It Jlisliop for Kaliuku at 9 a m
Stmr AVaimanalo for Molokai and Maui
Schr Ivawailani for Koolau
Schr Sarah & Kliza for Koolau
VesselB Leaving To-morrow.
Am bk Cclonn, N'oyos, for Hongkong
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A pound notico appears lo-drty,
Wo Koo Co. has bought out tho
Chun Loy Koo bakory,
Four cho fa fionds nro awaiting
trial in tho Police Court.
Tho S. S. Australia ought to bo
along about !) o'cloolc to-morrow
Frosh oystors will bo roeoivotl at
tho Boavor Saloon by tho Australia
Stivontcon cases on dilToront
charges woro nol. pros'd in tho Po
lico Court this morning.
Jack Makuo has boon arrostod for
intorforing with a police ollicor in
tho discharge of his duty.
Attention is directed to an address
in this issue, to English speaking
residents not identified with any
.Tho Christmas concert at Thomas
Square yostordaj afternoon was
largely attended. Everybody was
in holiday attiro.
Lowis J. Lovoy will soil a very
dosirablo soasido rosidonco at noon
Wednesday of noxt weok. Seo des
Bruce Cartwright, A. J. Cart
wright and Hugh Gunn wont shoot
ing Ewa way yostorday and bagged
15 or 18 fat pheasants.
Jas. F. Morgan will sell tho ontiro
household furniture at tho rosidonco
of Mrs. G. L. Babcock, 13 Emma
street, at 10 o'clock Thursday.
Tho Sons of St. Goorgo held their
regular meeting yostoruay ovoning.
After routine business a social time
was had, and tho ovoning passed off
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Mikabala 5571 bags sugar, 270 bags
rice, 00 bags pin, 12 bndls hides, 1
bor.-e, 75 pkgs sundries.
From Kauai per stmr Mikabala, Dec 25
J I.vcett, Mrs J Lycatt and child, II A
Mylire, .1 Kilinger, Chun Sing and 57 deck.
The bark Albeit received sugar from the
steamers Mikabala and i'elc tins morning.
The steamer 1'clo loft this afternoon for
Hanamaulu, Kauai, for another load of
Tbu barkentinc AV. II. Dimond, Captain
Nelson, arrived this morning from San
Francisco with a cargo of general merchandise.
Tuesday, Dec. 27, 1892.
Tho Assembly convened for prayer
at 9 o'clock, lloll call and (calling
of minutes of previous meeting.
Tho following petitions woro pre
sented: By Hop. Nawahi, from S. lliln,
praying that a now Constitution be
Secretary McCarthy read tho fol
lowing document from Mr. M. Rose:
Hon. J. S. Walker, President of tho
Sir: Your potitionor represents
to tho Honorable Legislative Assem
bly that certain matters connected
with leases of certain Crown Lands
in Kaneoho, Oahu, woro placed in
the hands of Hon. J. E. Bush and a
committee for investigation and re
port. Your petitioner further re
presents that tho Hon. J. 12. Bush
has refused to your petitioner to
tako any action in tho matter, and
in accord with his statement lias
placed in my possession the docu
ments belonging to tho Legislative
Assembly relating thereto.
Your potitionor theroforo respect
fully prays, that investigation bo
luatlo of this mattor and that he bo
instructed to whom to deliver tho
said documents, as they concern a
matter of public intorost.
On motion of Attorney-General
Brown, tho potition was referred to
Noble Williams, from tho Printing
Committeo, reported several bills
Atll:fiB the Committee rot ro
porled rri.im.s, lid ;i.kod leave to
sit nyain. 1
Bop. Smith, from the Judiciary
Committeo, reported on a bill relat
ing to tho Wailuku Water Worki.
and tlioy present an amended bill
which they recommend to pass. He
Minister Jones, under suspension
of tho rule's, gave not ice of a bill to
provide a further sum for tho ex
pense of (lie Legislature of 1S1I2.
Minister Wilcox staled that Hill
11, relating to a bureau of agricul
ture and forestry, aud'Hill 21 1, relat
ing to hunting and shooting over
private grounds, had boon signed by
At 12:01 tho Assembly adjourned.
Wanted Moro Taxes Out of a Fellow-countryman.
Loo t'u, alias Loo Pun, was tried
in tho Police Court this morning on
a charge of attempting to extort
Sl.M.) from a fellow-countryman on
Saturday afternoon for taws. De
fendant admitted that lie was a tax
ollicor and special policeman on tho
date alleged, but pleaded not guilty.
Complainant testified that Loo Pon
came to his house on Saturday and
asked him to give him SLoO taxes on
his house. Taves having been paid
already complainant objected. A
receipt was asked for. but defendant
refused to give one. T. A. Lloyd,
deputy tax assessor, staled that de
fendant was in his employ, lie had
no authority to collect property tax.
All ho had to do was to arrest on
warrant for personal taxes. Mr.
Lloyd had leceived complaint before
about defendant and had arranged
lo catch him in this case.
Loo Pon was committed for trial
to tho Supreme Court. Bail was fix
ed at S2.10. C. W. Asliford for prosecution.
The Event of the Season !
WHAT IS TITE EVENT V WHY THE LATE IMPORTATION OF
WHICH AHH1VED ON THE "AUHTBALIA," AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
1 04 Fort St.,
CASTLE-WING In this citv, December
25. 18U2. bv tho Kov. Dr. E. G. Beck-
with, Henry X. Castle and Miss Mabel
SPKOUIjL On December 21th, to the
wife of A. M. Sproull, a son.
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tJT CALL AT SACHS'.
SJST CAUL AT SACHS'.
SW CALL AT SACHS'.
SJT CALL AT SACHS'.
SJT CALL AT SACHS'.
&F CALL AT SACHS'.
gjT CALL AT SACHS'.
VST CALL AT SACfH'.
gjT CALL AT SACHS'.
For Mctul, Plush anil Celluloid, Toilot and Manicure
For Fancy Silk, HiuidpiuiHcd, Jeweled and Embroidered Chair Drapes
For Pure Linen, Tea, Tray, Tublo and Sideboard Covers and Itopo Ploss
Per Novelties in Hiuidpninted Fuus and Handkerchief Sachets
For Fine Leather Hand B igs, Card Cases and a World's Fair Purso
For Ladies' Fine Parasols and Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's C.ishniere and Silk Coats, Silk Hats, Silk and Muslin Bonnets
For Undressed Mousipieluire Kid Gloves, tan similes; reduced to $1.00
For Gent's Silk Neglige Shirts, Windsor Scarfs and Silk Pajamas
For Ladies' Chiffon Scarfs and Chiffon Handkerchiefs in delicate shades fJB CALL AT SACHS'.
Immense Variety at Exceptionally Low Prices.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF V
Ladies' & Children's Dainty Colored Border Handkerchiefs at (50c, 75c,
1.00, 1.25 and 1.50 per dozen. " u '
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs '
(Host value ever oIlY'ied) at 20o., 25o. an I lific. each.
Beautiful Embroidered. Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn Work and
Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
jS? L.idies would do well to inspect our Stock before making their bolections elsewhere. .JBtJI
Masonic Temple, Cornor
Captain Christian Sustains a Broken
Captain Christian, first mate on
tho steamer Polo, was seriously in
jured this morning. Tho Polo was
moved alongsido tho bark Albert to
day, for tho purpose of finishing
discharging hor sugar into the bark.
Captain Christian was standing by
tho side of tho main hatch when a
sling of sugar bags was being taken
out of tho hold. The sling failed to
reach the bark ami swung back,
striking Christian on tho hip and
knocked him into tho hold. His
right -wrist was broken, besides othor
brujsos. Tho unfortunato man was
. taken to tho Queen's Hospital, where
his wrist was sot by Dr. 0. B. Wood.
Ho is resting easy this afternoon, al
though hi great pain. Tho steamer
sailed this afternoon for nanamaulu.
Captain Makaila and Sergeant
Dick Kokona captured threo desert
ers from tho U. S. cruiser Boston
yostorday morning in tho Royal Sa
loon. A reward of $10 was securod
by tho two oflicors. Tho bluejackets
woro returned to tho ship this morn
ing. Sorgoant Kokona wont on
board tho Boston lo rocoivo tho To
ward, and saw tho mon in tho hold
in irons. Ono of them, Louis Mover,
a quartermaster, on seeing him
made an attempt to break his hand
cuffs aud got at tho oflicor, but thoy
weren't mado to break so easily.
Moyor then called out to tho othor
mon to assault tho ollicor, but thoy
had moro sonso, Tho sorgoant camo
off tho vossol without injury, and is
very thankful to tho ollicors who
A masquorado ball was given at
tho rosidonco of Mr. Potnreon at Pa
lama yesterday ovoning. Thoro
wero fifteon couples on tho iloor
drossod in ludicrous costumes, caus
ing laughter among thoso who
weren't in it. Danciiu: commenced
' about 8 o'clock, to music by tho
Quintet Club, Jr., and was kept up
with a zest until aftor midnight.
When tho costumes woro discarded
tho merriment which ensued was
immense. Imagino a woman drossod
in a Mongolian's suit of pajamas.
Light refreshments wero served in
tho courso of tho ovoning. It was
a pleasant Christinas festival.
Tho Honolulu Dairy havo put in a
Creamery will dolivor fresh cream
morning or aftortioon to suit customers.
An old kamaaina seeing tho num
ber of people on Fort street on
Saturday night said that ho never
believed thoro woro so many peoplo
in this country.
Two Chinamen, Sun Fat and Ah
John, woro arrested about two weolcs
ago for running a distillor' at Ka
lihi. This morning Ah John' plead
ed not guilty and he was discharged.
Fat pleaded guiltj' and will bo sen
Ah Kau, Chinoso hack-driver, was
arrostod last night for furious and
heedless driving. Ho knocked a na
tive down at King and Nuuauu
streets. Ho was sontonced to pay a
fine of $25 by Judgo Foster this
morning for tho performance.
Thoro was a largo concourse pros
ont at tho laying of tho corner stone
of tho Masonic Tomplo of Hawaiian
Lodgo this afternoon. The coromo
nios lasted an hour and ton minutes.
Hon. Paul Neumann's oration was a
masterly effort. A picture of tho
tomplo from tho plans appoars in
Granville Humphrey Cliaso died
at tho Queon's Hospital on Christ
mas Evo of cancer in tho mouth.
Ho was 68 years of ago and a nativo
of Maine. Tho lato Mr. Cliaso used
to bo employed by Lovo's Bakory.
Ho was romarkaljo as a collector of
odd scraps from newspapers, of
which ho gave inairy to local press
mon to reprint. Mr. Chaso was
pleasant and quiot in his ways.
Mr. John A. Hassingor wont to
Poarl City Peninsula on Saturday
ovoning, and was discovered by tho
Punahou picknickors in his cottage
thoro, yesterday, prostrated with in
flammatory rheumatism. It is learn
ed today with regrot that ho is no
bottor. Mr. Hassingor will bo miss
od from tho Masonic ceremony this
afternoon, moro especially as ho is
ono of thoso who participated in tho
laying of the cornor stone of tho old
nan or Hawaiian .Lodgo fourtuou
Oahu College Alumni hold their
annual picnic at tho marine retroat
of Dr. J. M. Whitnoy, Pearl City
Poninsula, yostorday. Mrs. B. F,
Dillingham had a spocial first-class
car attached to tho train for tho
party. Prof. Ilosmor and othor
mombors of tho faculty, and Hon.
W. D, Aloxandor, representing an
old-timo faculty, woro present, also
Hov. Dr. Hyde and many ladios and
gentlemen besides, together with a
sprinkling of presont students aud
cniluron. Tlio air was
and a happy day was spout.
When on a visit to Iowa, Mr. K.
Dolton, of Luray, Russell County,
Kansas, called at the 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 severe attack of
croup. Mr. Dalton is certain that it
saved his boy's life aud is enthus
iastic in his praiso of tho Remedy.
For salo by all doalors, Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
Rep. Edmonds offered a resolution
that tho Judiciary Committee bo
instructed to return Bill ill, relating
to Wailuku WatorWorks, and that
it bo mado tho Ordor of tho Day for
Rep. Smith stated that he, as
chairman of tho Judiciary Commit
tee, had not seen tho Bill but tho
Committoe intended to present a
roport in a fow days.
Rep. Edmonds withdrew J.ho reso
lution. On motion at 0:27 o'clock, tho
House proceeded with the consider
ation of Unfinished Business and
Section -1 of Bill l.'JO, relating to tho
amending of tho Election Law, was
Tho various sections of tho bill
woro passed with somo amendments
and tho ontiro bill was then passed
to engrossment and for third read
ing on Thursday next.
The regular ordor of tho day was
tho consideration of Bill 05, relative
to a Constitutional Convention, and
the House, at 10:25, resolved into
Committee of tho Whole, Hop. Ka
uhi in tho chair, and proceeded witli
consideration of tho sections of said
Reports of tho minority (in favor)
and majority (against) of tho com
mittee wero road.
Rep. Kainauoha favored tho mi
nority report and moved that the
bill bo considered section by section.
Noble Kauhauo was opposed to
action at tho presont time on ac
count of tho lack of money necessary
to cover tho expenses of tlio Conven
tion. Ho favored postponing action
Rep. Nawahi favored tho adoption
of tlio minority roport. Tho manner
in which it was proposed to form
tho now Constitution was most peace
ful iu character and could not in
any way; unsettle values, as tho ma
jority insinuate in their report,
Tlio presont Constitution had boon
forced on tho peoplo, but tho now
ono was intonded to bo by the peo
ple's representatives for the people,
Rop, Bipikauo said that this bill is
the moasure that ho has boon wait
ing for; of all tho mistressos that ho
had this is tho ono that lie loved
tho host. Ho was one of tho fow
Hawaiiaus who had got a gun from
Hall's on tho 80th of Juno, 1887. Ho
had then thought ho was doing
right, boeauso ho believed that then
ho and others woro going to make
war upon tho King and get their'
rights back. Instead of getting their 1
rights thoy woro still further cur
tailed by tho promulgation of tlio
Constitution now extant, Ho was
misled by a man (Kinney) now
doomed to wander abroad aud who
will havo to leavo his bones iu some
othor part of tho world besides the
nlaco of his birth. Mr. Waterjiouse
had boon very onorgotio in getting
help for tho Constitution now exist
ing, ovon going so far as to kill a pig
for a feast and that 011 Sunday.
Ron. Pita said that the principal
objection to tho existing Constitu
tion was tho property qualification,
and ho hoped that every member
would assist in getting a now Constitution,
is always an acceptable present for
Christinas. Tho Pacific Hardware
Company have just opened a lino of
pictures comprising monochromes,
allotypes, photogravures, Randall's
and G norm's, photographs, panels,
cabinet frames, mcdalliuiis on glass,
astols, steel eugraviugs, ote. Their
nes of Mouldings compri.so tho
latest patterns, and picture framing
is made a specialty.
An assortment of Cornice Poles,
Brackets and Trimming, always on
tho day thoy
i. Condensed Milk
"ST. OI.AK III! AND"
Superior to Any Other !
This Milk is prepared In Norway from
the l'ure Un-kiinincil Milk of Norwegian
I'ows, fed on mountain grnis. There is
nothini.' added except tlio Finest Sugar,
and nothing taken away from itbut water,
it therefore poees all tho original pro
perties and aroma peculiar to Norwegian
For Salo in Quantities to Suit by
W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
of picluies wore sold
wero opened, and tho
Veterinary -:- Infirmary,
Kxeellent Accommodations for Patients.
No Ui-k in Throwing Horse.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table.
On New Year's Eve
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Presents for Gentlemen
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 B3otxtifu.l XDoll
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
O-mr Stools of
should remember that
Complete Line of Tasty and
7" Suitable fur Jlolidity Gift !
LEATHER GOODS, CIGAR & CARD CASES
Traveling Bags, Umbrellas
, Canes, Etc, Etc. 1, Fk
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Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
:2' Japanese Silk and Crepes, at very low prices.
33? Glove and JFandkerchicf Jioren, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
Work Jtores, Dolls, lite,, Etc., all sold retjardlcss of cost.
BSE Ladies' and 4fisscH' Tailor-made Jackets, from $3 up,
'$&' Headed Silk, Much Capes, at your own price.
&3T Funs, Jfosiery and Hand kerchiefs in great variety.
t2T Dressmaking Under tlio Management of MIBS K, CLAM. JEl .
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