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FItOM AND AFT10H OCTOBER 1, 1892.
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THE' DAILY BDLLHTIN!
FRIDAY, DEO. SO, 1892.
Friday, Dec. 30.
Stmr l'clo from Hanamaulu
Friday, Dec. 30.
H 11 M S Dnphno, J McArthur, for Fiji
Am bk (Joloimi, Noyon, for Hongkong
Btinr Hawaii for Lrtupahoehoo, Honohina,
Stmr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Pele U925 bags sugar.
For Maui and Hawallper stmr W Q Hall,
Dec 30 For Volcano: HHaag, Mrs Carter,
E Oillcer, Way ports: Mrs Monsarrat and
child, E H Ualloy, Mrs H Z Austin, Mr
Mills and wife, Sir Loebenstcin, lit llov
Disliop Willis and 30 deck.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Soo tho now Floral Sots at Bonson,
Smith & Co.
Tho band will play at Thomas
Square this ovoning.
It rai nod cats mid dogs at Hana
maulu, Kauai, all day Tuesday.
Hollistor St Co. advorliso tho limo
honorod remedies of Dr. Holloway.
H. B. M. S. Daplmo woighod an
chor this aftornoon for tho South
Diamond Hoad, 3 p. m. Woathor,
thick and rainy; wind, light south
west. Rov. Bishop Willis loft by tho
8loamor "W. G. Hall this morning for
Mrs. H. Z. Austin of Kauai was a
passougor by tho stoamor W. G. Hall
to-day for Maui.
Moonlight excursions aro now in
order by tho vapor launch, "Nollio."
W. J. Yatos has boon appointed
an agont to tako acknowledgments
to labor contracts for Kau.
Dr. McLonnan, 131 Fort stroot,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Tolophono G82.
Tho postponed meeting of tho
Scottish Thistle Club will take place
this ovoning. Election of officers.
H. Haag, Mrs. Carter and E. Offi
cer wore passongors by the stoamor
W. G. Hall to-day for tho Volcano.
Tho S. S. Rio do Janeiro, expected
to-day from China, has not been
signaled as tho Bulletin goes to
Tho annual mooting of tho Sailor's
Homo Socioty will bo hold at 10
o'clock to-morrow at tho Chamber
Tho barkentine Amelia will receive tho
3925 bags o sugar which came by tho
steamer Pele this morning.
Tho stoamer Hawaii left to-day for Ha
waii with several hundred bags of fertil
izers. The whaleboat in which Hon. Jos.
Nawahi spont two nights at sea was re
turned on board the steamer.
SCOTT-MITOHELT, In Honolulu, Dee.
29, by Kev. E. G. Ueckwitli, D. I)., Mr.
J. F. Scott of Waianao and Miss Nina
Mitchell of Hollistcr, California. No
Thursday, Dec. 29, 1892.
Tho Assoinbly reconvened at 1:35
o'clock, but no business was tran
sacted until 1:50 p.m., a quorum not
being obtainablo until that hour.
Consideration of Bill 122, provid
ing for tho appointment of toachors
of primarj schools from Hawaiians
or thoso who woro born horo and
obtained thoir education abroad.
After a long and tedious discus
sion tho bill was passod to engross
ment aud'for third reading on batur-
230, to consolidate and amond
of Mr. Pratt (if any), to so rocoivo
recognition from tho Amorican Gov
ernment! If ho ploaso state in what
respect and to what extent Her
Majesty's said Minister is in fault.
On motion recess was now (11:55)
had Until 1:30 o'clock.
tho Homestead Law, was road a
second timo; passod to engrossment,
and for third reading on Tuesday
At -1:20 tho Assombly adjourned.
Tho Hawaiian Annual for 1893
Hawaii's year of Jubilee tho best
yet issued, is announced by Thos. G.
Tho band will not play at Emma
Square to-morrow aftornoon, but
will givo a concert at the Hawaiian
Hotel in the evening.
J. F. Morgan will sell tho house
hold furniture of Chaplain R. R.
Hoes, at tho residence, Kinau street,
at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Tho Chicago Herald of Doc. 11
says: Miss Mary JA. ivrout, prosi-
Press league, will leave
for the Sandwich fel-
Intormodiary Court Calendar Slowly
D. M. Crowley appeared before
Justice Bickerton yesterday to ans
wer to the assumpsit suit of Rup
precht, on appeal from tho Police
Court. The plaintiff not boing-
reaay? tne case went over to this
morning, when it was heard Und
judgment given for tho defendant,
Crowley. It was suggested by tho
Court that there should be an ac
counting between the parties as
partners. Huntsman appeared for
Elaintiff, whilo Crowley conducted
is own case.
'Mary Keaomakani vs. Annio Roist.
Replevin. Defendant's appeal from
Police Court. Kane for plaintiff; Ma
goon for defendant. Now on. This
is tho raffle case previously roportod
from the lower court.
J. W. Lmiing vs. A. L. Johnson.
Replevin. Defendant's appeal from
Police Court. Peterson for plain
tiff; Ashford for defendant. Sub
mitted on the record. This is tho
celebrated shirt case.
Boforo Chief Justice Judd this
forenoon was the case of J. Tinker
vs. A. Rosa, executor. Assumpsit.
Defendant's appeal from Police
Court. Carter for plaintiff; Ash
ford and Croighton for defendant.
Chief Justice Judd has ordered
that lottors of guardianship of Jas.
H.ffossnian issue to tho mother of
tho minor, Mrs. Sarah Mossmau,
clout oi the
A centrally located residence on
iiiinma stroot, near Jioretama, is
advertised for sale at auction by
Jas. F. Morgan on Saturday of next
week at noon.
The Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, will
givo a public concert this ovoning
at Thomas Square, beginning at
7:30 o'clock. Following is tho pro
gram: TAUT I.
Ovorture King's Lieutenant Titl
Finale Lucia do Lummermoor...Uonizottl
Saxophone Solo Auld Lang Syne
Selection Faust Gounod
Lipolipo, Malanul. Mahina Muiamalamu.
ltuminisconces of Weber Godfrey
Fautasia Cocoanut Dance Herman
Waltz-After the Ball Gillot
Tho Salvation Army Patrol . . . .Orth
Somi-Annual Riilo Shoot.
Tho Hawaiian Riflo Association
will have thoir fourteenth semi-annual
competition on Monday, Jan.
2, 1893, at thoir new range, Entrauco
to range is on South stroot, near old
kerosone warehouse, As usual, tho
merchants have donated somo valua
ble prizes for tho Citizens' Match.
Shooting will commence at 8 a. in.,
and entries in this match may bo
made any time during tho day.
When on a visit to Iowa, Mr, K.
Dolton, of Luray, Russell County,
Kansas, called at tho laboratory of
Chamberlain & Co., Dos Moinos, to
show thorn his six year old boy,
whoso life had boon saved by Cham
berlain's Cough Roinody, it having
cured him of a very severe attack of
croup, Mr. Dalton is certain that it
waved his boy's lifo and is enthus
iastic in his praise of tho Remedy.
For sale by all doalorH. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Ilawai
Francis G. L. Harden was a pas
senger by H. B. M. S. Daphne to
day. Ho did. not wear a Jack's uni
form, but sported a white suit with
straw hat and peacock lei.
Tho regular mooting of tho Ha
waiian Mission Children Socioty will
be held at tho residence of Mr. J. B.
Athorton, to-morrow evening, Satur
day, Dec. 31st, at 7:30 o'clock.
A Chinaman named Ah Lum
pleaded guilty in tho Police Court
this morning to a chargo of manag
ing and conducting a cho fa game
and was sentenced to pay a fine of
Tho S. S. Rio do Janeiro sailed
from-Hongkong Dec. 10, for .San
Francisco via Yokohama and Hono
lulu. She is barely duo to-day.
There aro said to bo 300 Chinese on
tho Rio for this port.
Counsel for defendant has had an
extension of time for answering the
writ of injunction applied for by C.
A. Brown against C. N. Sponcer, to
compel tho latter to relinquish the
offico of Tax Assessor and Collector.
Miss Holona Platz, niece of Miss
Wolf, received tho sad news of tho
death of her father in Germany, at
the early ago of 38 years. Iu con
soquouco of those tidings Miss Platz
will have to return homo imme
diately. Tho Now York Recorder trots ono
or two columns out of tho Sail Fran
cisco Examiner's "Hawaiian Annexa
tion" issue, giving pictures of tho
Kamohamoha statue, tho Govern
ment building, and the Legislature
Kaumakapili Church Sunday
school will have a Christmas festival
this ovoning. Ono of tho features
will bo tho exhibition of a light
house, with an appropriate song by
tho children. Mr. Wray Taylor will
play selections at intervals on tho
A now game called tho Russian
War has boon going tho rounds
among Chinese and natives, more
particularly in Chinatown, lately.
Two woro apprehended by tho
police, a native named Kalolo on
Christmas Day, and a Chinaman
namod Sun Chong yesterday. This
morning both pleaded guilty in tho
Police Court and woro sentenced to
pay a fine of $25 each.
An effort will bo mado to got ono
of tho now warships tondored for
bujlt by tho Union Iron Works, not
withstanding that tho Cramps of
Philadelphia have underbid thoin.
It will bo urged on tho Secretary of
tho Navy that ono of tho vessels was
intended by Congress for tho Pacific
Coast, and tho differenco in prico is
less than tho cost of sending tho
ship round Capo Horn. Another
argumoiit is that tho Cramps cannot
deliver both vessels within tho con
Tho regular monthly social and
dance was given on board tho U. S.
cruiser Boston yostordaj' evouing.
Previous to tho dance a number of
Honolulu's fair onos and ofllcors
from tho cruiser wont out in a steam
launch to tho Spar buov. accom-
I paniod by tho Quintet Club. After
I roturning to the JJoston dancing was
indulged iu till about 11:30 o'clock.
Commander McArthur and officers
j of II. B, M. S. Duphno wore invited
guests, AH went away voting tho
I utfair a grand success.
Friday, Dec. 30, 1892.
Tho Assoinbly convened at 9 for
prayer. Roll call and roading of
minutes of previous meeting. "
Minister Jones road for tho first
time a bill to provido for further
oxponsos of the Legislature of 1892.
llop. Nawahi questioned tho Cabi
net olativo to Bill 157a, to rostriet
Ch'inoso immigration which was re
turned yostorday to tho House and
became law without Her Majesty's
signaturo) and to tho offoot: 1. Did
tho Queen state any reason to tho
Cabinet for sending tho bill back
unsigned? 2. On what day did tho
Queen return tho bill? 3. What ad
vice did tho Cabinet givo Her
Majesty in tho matter?
Roo. Smith did not considor tho
questions proper. If the bill had
boon votoou then tho Quoon should
have given reasons, but as it was it
was not necessary or requisite.
Miuistor Brown said that Hor Ma
jesty had sent a communication to
Minister Wilcox, tho hoad of tho
Cabinet, in regard to tho matter. It
was not addressed to tho House but
to Minister Wilcox. Tho Ministry
had advised Hor Majesty to sign tho
bill but she had not seen lit to do
Rep. Nawahi made a long har
anguo, although called out of order
several . times, relative to what ho
considered the duty of tho Cabiuot.
Tho President said that tho ques
tions propounded woro out of ordor.
Article -18 explained everything.
Minister Brown said that tho
Cabinet did not intend to bo in
structed in their duties bj' the mem
ber from Hilo.
Noble Cornwoll, under suspension
of the rules, gave notice of intention
to present a bill to provide for tho
compensation of Representatives to
the Legislative Assembly.
At 9:47 the Ordor of tho Day be
ing moved Bill 67, tho Registration
Act, came up for consideration. Tho
bill was road through by tho Clerk
and Interpreter in its entirety.
Discussion ensued on tho bill.
Noble Thurston deemed it right
and proper to object to certain re
marks made by Rep. Nawahi against
tho name of ox-Hon. W. A. Kmnoy.
Ho said that he had not expected to
speak on tho bill, having a severe
cold, but ho could not pass over
tho statement mado that Mr. Kin
ney had sold himself out for Chi
nese gold and loft tho country. If
there was any man in tho country
who was pure in politics it was tho
same W. A. Kinney. Ho had acted
in good faith and in tho interests of
Hawaiians. Mr. Kinney had taken a
stand, whether discreetly or not, and
had defied tho whole of tho planters,
in an attempt to prevent a further
influx of Chinese into tho country.
This Mr. Kinnoy had done in the in
terest solely of Hawaiians and now
to have an Hawaiian got up and at
tempt to throw dirt upon this friend
to the race, was to his (tho speaker's)
llllllll CIUUJIUUUUIO, iinu 11 110 UNil-
wahi) had any shaino in him ho
should slink out of the House aftor
this act of spuoring out his filth up
on a well known friend to Hawaii
and Hawaiian interests.
Rep. Smith said that it had boon
stated that tho Chinese woro oppos
ed to this bill, and if it passed they
would write to China and prevent
others from coining. This bill was
intondod to act in an equable man
ner and was not intondod for class
legislation. Tho Chinese, if they
should consider for a moment, would
find that it was for thoir interest to
havo restrictions placed about immi
gration. Noblo J. M. Horner was somewhat
surprised at tho disposition shown
by many of tho native mombors to
play tho "baby act." Ho would
draw attention to tho many physical
exhibitions given which showed tho
natives woro equal to tho whites
physically, and thoir eloquence, as
displayed in tho House, gave proof
of thoir equality in that lino. Now,
being equal in physical and mental
qualities it was not right for natives
to ask exclusion from tho provisions
of a bill which should include all.
Rep. Bipikano refuted tho chargo
that tho Hawaiians had played or
desired to play, tho baby act. What
ever support had been given tho bill
was from tho native mombors.
Rop. White said that, tho difficulty
was, that in trying to roach tho
Chinese and Japanese tho provisions
of tho bill included everyone. Ho
was opposed to tho passage of tho
At this point, by permission of tho
IIouso, Rop. Ashford questioned tho
Minister of Foroigu Affairs as fol
lows; 1. Has Mr. F.S.Pratt received
his oxoquator as Her Hnwaiin Majes
ty's Oonsnl-Gonoral for tho Pacific
Coast! 2. If Mr. Pratt has not re
ceived official recognition by tho
Slate Department, piwiso state tho
reason why ho has not received itl
3. Is tho action or non-action of Hor
n tho failure
Notico to tho Public. t
The Honest People of Honolulu:
Tho Shirt Question is still iu the
minds of tho public and I wish to
mako a standing statcmont in regard
to tho Luning-Johnsou matter. On
or about tho 2d day of Docombor a
lot of old shirts was loft iu my offico
with instructions to repair them by
ono signed Liming. 1 did repair
tho shirts, and a fow days lator this
man Liming, accompanied by his
wifo, called and brought another
shirt to bo repaired, and also asking
to seo tho first lot of shirts. I show
ed thorn and U103 woro both well
pleased and said tho job was well
douo, aud told mo that tho China
man would call on Monday and tako
them to bo ro-lauudriod. This was
on Saturday previous to Monday
mentioned, and whon I finished tho
last shirt I brought the bill to
Liming at his office. Ho got excited
but I did not scare, and I simply
told him I would like to collect
money for my work. Ho used somo
vory hot words and said I had a
chook to ask for my monoy thon,
aud ho said ho would ruin mo, but
still I did not scarp. I told Liming
in presonco of a witness that ho was
welcome to call at my place of busi
ness, whoro I havo a room enclosed,
and ho could tr' on tho shirts there,
but ho would not do it. No doubt
Mr. Luning thought ho had dead
easy game, but ho was liko tho man
that foil out of tho balloon ho was
simply not iu it. I will say this,
that in any case I mako now shirts
and if they do not givo entire satis
faction I will alter them, mako now
shirts, or refund the monoy. Can
anj' porson do more? I will also
keep in repair all shirts made by 1110
for two.yoars freo of chargo, for I
am as qmut as a lamb.
A. L. Johnson,
Tho Shirt Makor,
Gorad Wio in Doutchland.
The Event of the Season !
WHAT IS THE BVET V WHY THE LATE IMPORTATION" OF
WHICH ARRIVED ON THE "AURTRALIA," AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
104 Fort St.
USTe-w-1 USTo-vel I Inexpensive I
A Murderer Sentenced.
Illinois Wise, tho colored cook of
tho barkontino W. H. Diamond,
pleaded guilty in San Francisco to a
chargo of manslaughter. Wise was
indicted for tho murder of a China
man, whoso identity as Ah Tai was
roportod by tho Bulletin, in tho
harbor in April last. Tho Govern
ment accepted tho plea and sen
tenced Wise to 10 years' imprisou
mont at hard labor and pay $1000
lino. Attorney Lindsoy represented
tho Hawaiian Government.
rpHE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
JL Honolulu Sailor's Home Society will
bu held TO-MOItltOW, Saturday, tho .'Ust
instant, at IU a.m., at the ltoom of the
Chamber of Commerce.
F. A. SUHAEKEIt, See'y.
Honolulu, Dee. 30, 1892. 612-lt
SCOTTISH THISTLE C1.TJB.
rpHE POSTPONED MEETING a
JL of tho Sottish Thistlo Club "fflLtd
for tho Annual Election of Oilico
Hearers will bo held on FRIDAY E
ING, tho 30th inst., at 7:30 o'clock,
STltAYED FItOM THE
residenco of tho under-
licned a Lame IJlack Gcr
man-bred Dog: white marks
on forehead, foi
forefeet and tin of tail, height
Information. Ieariinc to re
covery, left at this olllco or at tho oluce of
Messrs. F. A. Sehaefer & Co., will ob
tain above reward.
(Jl3-3t AUG. DKEIEIl.
Tho World Do Move."
HAVING SECURED THE NEW VA
por Launch "Nellie" I am prepared
Passengers to all parts of tho
Superior Accommodation, Quick
Ttme and at no Increase in Fare. Can be
found at tho Government Boat Landing
when not engaged.
Ol'.'-lm L. M. JOHNSON.
Majesty's Miuistor at
in any rospoot involved
to be the
Price 75 Cents.
l'ov Metal, Plush iiuil Celluloid, Toilet and Manicure
For Fancy Silk, llttmlpiiintcd, Jeweled and Embroidered Chuir Drapes
For l'uro Linen, Tea, Tray, Table and Sitlcbonrd Covers untl Hope Floss
For Novelties in lliuidp&intcd Fans and Handkerchief Sachets
For Fine Leather Hand B igs, Card Cases and a World's Fair Purse
For Ladies' Fine Parasols and Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's Cushmurc and Silk Coats, Silk Hats, Silk and Muslin Bonnets
For Undressed Moiti-ipietairc Kid Gloves, tan shades; reduced lo $1.00
For Gent's Silk Neglige Shirts, Windsor Scarfs and Silk Pajamas
For Ladies' OhilTbn Scurfs and Chiffon Handkerchiefs iu delicate shades
Immense "Variety at Exceptionally Low Prices.
Br CALL AT SACHS'.
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gjTGMA AT SACHS".
gjT GMAj AT SACHS".
gjF CALL AT SAC Hi'.
SJtr CALL AT SACHS".
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A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
at (50c, 75c,
t t n " t i t-v y 1 -l t- 1 tt 11 1 n
jjauies' as umiurcn s uainty uoioreu isomer lianuicerciiieis
1.00, 1.25 and 1.00 per dozen.
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(Rest value ever offered) at 20c, 25c. and Hfic. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn "Work and
Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
$JF Ladies would do well lo inspect our Stock before making their selections elsewhere.
rpKNDKKS WANTED 11Y SATURDAY,
JL 31tt inst., for tho Minplv and dullvury
at the liishop Museum in lots as shall be
ordered within tho next three months:
150 Barrels Host Quality Lime.
250 Uarrols liest Quality Cement (White's
Full Weight preferred.) "
Terms Cash. Tho lowest or any tender
aceentcd. Tenders to ho
S. SI. DAMON.
Oahu Railway & Land Co.
-UIEllB WILL RE A SPECIAL MKET-
iiiK of tho .Stockholders of tho Oahu
llailwnv t Land Comimnv hold at tho
Chamber of Commorce, iu Honolulu,
AT 11 O'CLOCK
WONDER OF MODERN TIMESI
PILLS & OINTMENT.
purify the Blood, correct all Disorders of the
Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, and liowcls. They
invigorate and restore to health Debilitated
Constitutions, and arc invaluable in all Com
plaints incidental to Females of all ager.
is an infallible remedy for Bad Legs, Bad
Bieasts, Old Wounds, Sores and Ulcers. For
Sore Throats, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds,
Gout, Rheumatism, Glandular Swellings, and
all Skin Diseases it has no equal.
.Manufactured only at I'rofessor IIoLLOWAY's
78, NEW o-ro".'l STREET, LONDON,
L'UJ jjj. OXK hll STREbT,
FOR SALE B"5T
109 Fort Street,
EConoliil-u., EL I.
To consider the question of increasing tho
issue oi M'v noiKis. nmnorizcu
Honolulu, Deo. S), 1M)J.
held on Nov. 6,
On New Year's Eve
Per S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THK Al HTUAMSHIl
A TTjr-pT. A T .T A "
WILL LKAVK HONOLULU
HHI rilK A1IOVK I'OIIT O.N
Wednesday, January 4th,
Tho uiidersltMiod are now proiuiroil to
ihniiu Through Th'koU from tills ulty to u II
points in tho Unihid KtatoM.
For further particular regarding Frolglit
or I'aksagu apply to
Win. G, Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
01 Mil Umutrul Aint.
A Handsome Embroidered Dress
If you would like an opportunity to got this
Dross, buy a Bill of Goods for CASH to tho
amount of Five Dollars, and you will find
out all about it.
-A- BestxxtiifuLl Doll
Will also bo given away at the same time ;
buy Goods to the amount of Three Dollars,
and you will have the chance to got these
IB. IE lEIHniilElIRS & CO.
88 FORT STRE1HJT,
Attractions in Elegant Goods tor the.HiMays!
33?" Japanese Silk ami Cvcpca, at very low prices,
JT3P Glove and Handkerchief lioxca, Toilet and Manicure
Work JIoxcs, Dolls, lite, lite,, all sold rajardlcss of cost,
E3" Ladies' and Misses' TnUormadc Jackets, from -pi up.
KW Beaded Silk, lilack Capes, at your own price,
&&" Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in yreat variety,
t3T Dressmaking Uudor tho Mauageuieut oi MISS K. GLARE. JA