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SUPPLEMENT TO TilE DAILY BULLETIN, TIIUB&DAY, JANUARY 5, 1893.
WOfiDEtl'OF MODERN TIME8I
PILLS & OINTMENT.
Eurify tlie Blood, correct all Disorders of the
ivcr, Stomach, Kidneys, and Howcls. They
invigorate and restore to health Debilitated
Constitutions, and arc invaluable in all Com
plaints incidental to Females of all ages.
is an infallible remedy for Bad Legs, Bad
Breasts, Old Wounds Sores nnd Ulcers. For
Sere Throats, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds,
Gout, Rheumatism, Glandular Swellings, and
all Skin Diseases it has no equal.
Manufactured only at Professor lloi.LOWAY's
78, NEW OXFORD STREET, LONDON,
La'e,533. OxiRD Street,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
1Q9 Fort Street, - - - IBZoaol-ul-u., 1:1.
. IF. EHLBRS &c GO.
Attractions iu Elegant
Japanese Sill: and Crepes, al ray loir prices.
Glove and Handkerchief Boxen, Tuilel and Manicure,
Work Boxes, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all
Ladies' and Jfisscs' Tailor
Beaded Silk, Black Capes,
33? Fans, irosicry and Handkerchiefs in yreai variety.
C3F" Dressmaking Under the Management ot MISS K. GLAUS. JL'l
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER,
General Ag ent for Hawaiian Islands.
"ST. OLA1-' JtHANJ)"
Superior to Any Other !
This Milk is prupaied In Norway fiom
the Pure Uuskiiuined Milk of Norwegian
C'owm, fed on mountain gnih'.. There i
uotliing added oxeupt thu Klne-t Sugar,
and nothing taken away fiimi it hut water,
It thorofore pos-e-us all the origiiml pro
nortiesand aroma peeuiiar lo Norwegian
For Sale in Quantities to Stilt by
TJ. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
AFinST-Ch.YSS FAMILY BATHIMJ
Jtcsort at Waiklki, Traineam pass
the gate. Special arrangements can bu
made for Family Picnic and Kvening
Jlathing Partier. Wi-if
Goods for the Holiday;.
sold rcyardlcss of cost.
- made Jackets, from ;.
al your own price.
Thu following uhuKv bit of word painting
I oeeurs in Hawthorne's Marble Faun:
" Women bo tliry nf what caitnly rank
I they may, however gifted with intuikvt or
' genius, or endowed with awful be: .nv, luivu
nlwa-i-ome little handiwork reat.y to lill
the tiny gap uf every vacant moment. A
needle K familiar toihellngei-. el .bum all.
Aiuiueu, 110 doubi, plies it on orc.sion ; tho
woman poet can use it as adroitly a her
lon; the woman's in o, that lias uisrovcred
a new Mar, trim-, from its glory to send tho
polished little I11M1 anient gleaming along
ihe hem of her kerehief, or todaina ea-unl
lray in birdres-.. And they haw greatly
the advantage uf u.-. in this respiet. The
.'.lender thread of silk or eutlon keeps them
united with the small, familiar, j-.'Mitlu in
terests of life, the eoutimially opt laiing in
fluences of which do o inueli fort lie lienlth
of the ehaiaeler, ami carry olf what would
otherwise he a dangerous neeiinmiation of
timrbiil -eii-Ibilit. A vast deal of human
sympathy run- along the- eleetiiu line,
stivlehing iioni thu throne to the wicker
chair ot the liiimhk-i .'eaniMru--, and
keejiing high and low in a -peeie. of eom
munion with tbeir kimlud huing ."
Jluu-cwivi, while you ply ti.r' iieeillci,
have yon ever reilceteil on Hie vi U-Itmk".
of life? r-eo lo il that your liu-1 i.uk pio
vide toi thu future weltare of the i famine
bv at once applying for a I'olie,1 in thu
KQrrtAHi.lv jVii-'k assika..Vi-: m.
CIKTY of tho United rotate-. No more
Miitahle gift euuld be oll'ered to y vi,
BRUCE & A. J. CAHTVRJCHT,
fjencral Agents for tho Hawaiian Island-,
'.iiiltahhi Life As-tiraneu t-oL':i ty of the
A 8IU1.MKNT OK
- FOP, SALIC 1JY -
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
1:1 i-t f
HUSTAOE & CO.,
DKAU'.UH IN -
WOOD and COAL.
Wkite and Black Sand
Which wo will sell at thu Very Lowest
Bell 414 - TELEPHONE - Mutual 414
Honolulu Carriage Co.
-P.OTIl Tl'.L, ..o. Uti". -
Staud: Uornor Fort & Merchant Sis.
Iliiokfr can bo hud al any hour of thu day
up to i o'clock at night, on terms
to mill tho times.
Hacks Nos. 33, 45, G2, 63, 87, 70, 73, 97, 196
l!i i) DAY.
THUIil-IUY, lilll. fi, 11)2.
Tho Assembly convened f,r praer
al tho usual Lour. Itoll call showed
but 8 members present, unci il was
9:27 before the minutes of the pre
vious mooting wore toad ami ap
proved. Iii'l. Waipnilani from tho Printing
Committee Hjported Bill 2!il, t elat
ing to the licensing of carriage.-) at
Wailukit and Hilo. printed.
Ron. Xawahi questioned as to
whether any information had l)i"n
loft by Nob'le Williams (who U-ft by
tho stoamor Australia for Eii'rlnnd)
in ruga rd to tho date of his proba
President Walker stated that ho
had received a communication from
iNomo Williams to tne eiieel tnat tie
x 1 1 firm iii .
would not return this Session. '
Minister Wilcox reported Bill li, j
to establish a Bureau of Agriculture i
and Forestry, as having been signed
by the Queen.
"The Minister also replied that tho '
Government had interest in the
fislu'rii'.s at Kcalii. roaualuti. Oaliti
On motion tiu Elect rio Liyltt liill i
) was made tln ordor for Hit itftur-
At (.1:10 tho Ordor of Urn Day ho- ,
in moved, Bill 2:5, relating to the
Postal Saving.'' Bank, came tip on
third reading and, after hem;; slight
ly amended, passed.
Dntinished bu.sinows. Considera
tion of il '2:l. to authorize a Na
The hili, with some slight amend
ments, was jias'-ed to engrossment
and ordered lor third readinu' Satnr
dav. Bill 212 (Fiihstitnte 2:!:5). to pro-
I vide for the importation and sale of
i methylic alcohol came tip on second
, reading ami passed.
, Bill 21S, to prevent tlu formation
( of trusts, war. read a second time,
passed to engrossment aiul for third
reading on Saturday.
Bill 2.'U. to prevent the Jat ding of
stowaways and refugees from justice,
came up on second reading.
The Attorney-General said that it
had been (he practice of late for
steamers Iroin the Colonies, lo bring
up stowaways ami dump tliem in
Honolulu. Hero they become a
charge upon the community anil
will not work. As a consequence
the benevolent societies have to as
sist them, a vv have no workhouse.
Ho moved the bill be considered
section by .section. Carried.
The Jhil was passed to engross
ment and for third reading on
Satin day ne.vt.
Hep. Smith under suspension of1
the rules presented a report from
tho Sauilarv Committee relative to
the manufacture of salt at Kakanko.
The committee "ay thai the cause!
for complaint is not made by work
ing of the salt pans hut by imper-
feel drainage. The committee re
commend that, tho matter be refer
ied to the Cabinet for investigation ,
and action. Report adopted.
Under suspension of the rules the
Minister of Foreign Allah's gave no
tice of a hill, adding a new section
to the bill restricting Chinese inuni- '
gration. Head a first and second ,
time, passed to engrossment and for
third reading on .Saturday.
Hep. Smith offered a ' resolution
that a commit toe he appointed to
wait upon Her Majesty and inform
her that thu House would bo ready ,
to bo prorogued on TuoMiay next.
fending action thereon the House
at 12 took recess until 1:.'3() p. m.
Arrest of Another Prowler.
For somu days past oHit'crrs lutvo
boon taken oft' patrol nnd put on
Hjtticial duty. Tlio caiihc of this is
tlio numerous recent burglaries
which have been reported lately.
When tho burglary at the saloon, re
ported latoly by this paper, took
place, two suspicious characters were
n iticod iu the vicinity of n saloon.
Ollicor ilohn K. Baker, on special
duty, followed up a man much re
sembling one of them, and last
night, at 7 icluek, arrested George
Kyan hi thu vicinity of the Cosmo
politan Saloon. Whon searched a
new sis-clinmborod pistol was found,
and he was placed under arrest
charged witli having a deadly wea
pon unlawfully in possession. Thoro
nro sjveral others which nro believed
to bu in the same gang uudor surveillance.
Disclaimer of Bribery.
Talis, IXv. lit. -Tho !eho pub
HsIiim an iutetview with Cornelius
Hv., who is v barged with being
deeply itnplieal. d in the J'anama
Canal' scandal. Her. doclnuM he
had nothing to do with the affairs of
J ho Panama Company. At tho time
il was charged wholesalo bribery
was going on. in 1883, he was living
at Frankfurt, Germany. Ho thou
received two checks for l,OO0,O0(f
each from JJaron do Hoiuaeh, but
these cheeks were given in .settle
tueiit of a private debt, Her, says
ho instructed the Rothschilds of
Frankfort to pi new the amounts of
these cheeks to his credit with tho
Rothschilds of Paris, and afterward
iiM-d the total sum called for by
thc-'-o checks, iu his private affairs.
The Echo adds that in 188!) Her,
applied to the United Statu Lega
tion for a passpoit. Tho papers
were irregular, and AlcLano. then
the American Minister, hesitated to
issue a passport to him. When he
found there was some question about
the legation's right to issue a pass
port, Hera made lavish donations to
American charities in
Paris, in the
meantime urging that a passport bo
issued. He succeeded, finally, in
obtaining the desired document,
which was issued to him by tho
authorities at Washington, to whom
the case had been leferred by the
legation. Since that tune llerz has
not visited tho legation, and has not
boon seen in American soviet v.
Pugot Sound Dry Dock.
AVashiugton, Dec. 17. -Secretary
of the Treasury Ko.it er will submit
to Congress a letter of Commodore
Fari'tihar, indorsed by "Secretary
Tracy, transmitting an estimate fo"r
completing tho dry dock at Puget
Sound in the sum of SKKMKJO, in addi
tion to the .?20l),()(K) provided by tho
Act of March 2. mil, and the initial
installment of .SJ!)l,h55, which the
contract with Byron Barlow & Co.
calls for. The funds asked iu addi
tion will be required for tho erection
of an oliice building, closets and
sheds, approaches to the dry docks
rout of quarters for Civil Engineer
and Inspector Kay. of superintend
ents, inspectors and draughtsmen
necessary lor the dredging, oloanmir
and clearing of tho statii
dental expenses. Sucre
ion and iiici-
ponses. Socrelar' lracv
says tho early completion of tho
work is of groat, importance, and
hopes that tho additional appropri
ation may bo made during tho pre
sent session of Congress.
How tlio Uast-Abulo Slatosmmi Feals. '
According to tho Paris Matin '
Prince Bismarck is reported to have
"1 have said farewell definitely to
the government of men. If 1 "had
not boon dismissed I would doubt- -le.ss
still bo in power, had J still
enough strength to continue with
out interruption the duties con
fided to mo. Xow J have no in
terest in politics. I have paid my
debt to my country, and 1 wish to
dio in peace."
There is a touch of pathos in those
words, and at the same time they
emphasize the thought of a poet of
three centuries ago:
The glories of nut blood and Mate
Are shadow-., not substantial things.
Electric T-iight and Gas.
Tin erection of numerous largo
central electric lighting stations iu
Ureal Britain and on the Continent
of Europe led the London Engineer
ing to examine into the question of
the effect which the increased adop
tion of electricity has had upon tho
consumption of gas. h a rule it
was found that thu consumption of
gas U steadily increasing, notwith
standing the more general adoption
or electric light.
"In buying a cough medicine for
children, sa3's H. A: Walkor, a pro
minent druggist of Ogdeu, Utah,
"never be afraid lo buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. There is no
danger from it and relief is always
sure to follow. 1 particularly re
commend Chamberlain's because 1
have found it to bo safe and reliable.
It is intended especially for colds,
croup and whooping cough." HO
cent bottles for sale by all dealers.
Henson, .Smith & Co., Agents for the
Captain Ifobert A. Annett, an Am
erican master mariner, now in Liver
pool, hits been shipwrecked eight
times in ten years. Ho lived liko
Kobinson Crusoe on Morant Caos,
an inland iu uiid-oceuu, Ipr several
SO cents a muitth,
WM. 6. IRWIN & CO.
OFFKU FOR HAL
,v.K.. cuoyx ,v uonm1
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures.
Wo arc also prepared to take unions for
Messrs. isT. OlalEwaclt &Oo.'s
Insuring prompt delivery.
53?-This is a superior Paint Oil, con
suming less pigment than Mnsood Oil, and
giving a lasting b.-illianev to, colors.
Used with drier it gives a splendid floor
Fairbank Canning Co.'a Corned Buef
piuakksm: i-unt co.'m
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboes' Diamond, Enamel & Ever
ICspeoiall.v designed for Vacuum Pans.
Win. G. Irwin & Co.
Win. G. Irwin. - President and Manager
("laus Sprockets, - . . . Vice-President
V. M. bill'ard, - Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. 0. Porter ------ Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAX KHANOISOO, OAL.
J. 0. Carter President and Manager
li. K. Itoheitson Treasurer
K. V. Hishop Secretary
Hon. 0. It. liishop
IS. O. Allen Uireetom
H. Watcrliniise... )
XT FR. I OUT
BiixtfT Eiifflic, & Boiler !
IX HOOJ) WOK KING OUDKIi.
SXf Fur partieiilars or tenim apply to
CHAS. T. G-TJLICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oahu.
Agent to tako AekiiowledgeinentH to La
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses, Hono
lulu, Oahu. ,
Agent for tho Hawaiian IvIaudH of Pitt A
Heott's Freight and Parcel ICxpre&rf.
Agent for the Ituillngtou Itontu.
ItKAL KSTATK KHOKIOlt
and (UCNKUAL AOKNT.
ltiai,:ilK- TELKPHONK Muiwi.130
P.O. Box J 15
3S Merchant st.
Honoluln. II. I.
ALL PKJIHOXSHAVINU At'COUNTH
against the LegiHlativu Aumbly are
leiiK-ated to ijri!Mnt the i-aiuo to the u'uder
aiguud on or before JANUAHY h. 18!.
0. .1. McOAItTIIY.
Legislative Hall, Dw ill, UOi'. lUU.fjt