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FROM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1. 180:?.1
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, APEIL 14, 1893.
Priuvy, April 14.
4-niasted schr Puritan, Peterson, 59
111 1-lllU3Li;U rlll LULllUU, A I
"dnvs from Newcastle, N 8 W
Btmr Kiluuea Hou from Hawaii
Stmr J A Ouminlns from ICoolaa
Friday, April 11.
Stmr V a Hull for'Muui and Hawaii ut 10
Vessels in Port.
II 1! M S Hyacintlic from Esquiii
II J. J Al B JNaniwu, Togo, from .lupun
USPS Mohican from Ban FruneiMio
U S S Roston, AViltso, from Hilo
Am 4-inastcd bchr ltobert Lowers, Good
man, from San Francisco
Am bk Sonoma, Anderson, from Sun Fran
cisco Am bktno Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco Haw bk Mauna Ala, Smitli, from San
Am sehr Olga, Ipsen, from Ncivcnsdio
Am Alice Cooko from Xowraitlu, N 8 AV
Mia bkt Morning Star from Micronesia
Tlio Govorninonl schools
opon on Monday.
Joo Santos hns n fjootl honiustcnil
lot at Iwiloi for sale.
Tlio immigrants by tlio China will
bo roloasod to-morrow.
Tho stoatnor" Kinau will ImllTuT
from Maui and Hawaii to-morrow
It 18 rotiurtou that Mr. J as. 15.
Cnstlo will bo tho now Collect or
Gonoral. Horr Pastor Ibonborg will conduct
divino service nt Y. M. O. A. hall 1 1
a. in. Sunday.
Tho sitting of tho Chinoso jury on
tho fish-poisoning caso has boon
postponed until Monday.
E. S. Dunlin wants a roliablo man
to tako oaro of horsos and mako
himsolf generally useful.
Tho Japanese libol caso was ro
tnnnded in tho District Court this
morning until Tuesday next.
Diamond Iload, 3 p. 111. Woathor,
hazy; wind, fresh northeast; stoam
or Ivilauea Hou 15 miles oast.
J. Alfred Mngoon has a notieo
olsowhoro pertaining to his guard
ianship of Eebeeoa PaneoHumoku.
Prof. A. B. Lyons is oxpoeted to
submit his report in ro tho alleged
poisoning of tho National Guards
Owing to a typographical error
tho passage of II. M. S. Hyacinth
was made to read 22i days, whereas
it should have boon 121 days.
H. M. S. Hyacinth is not a salut
ing vessel, only having eight guns.
She is smaller thau tho Garnet,
which was hero about a month ago.
Another .Tapaneso desortor of plan
tation contract sorvieo was arrested
this morning. Seven other deserters
from thu Inter-Island Steam Navi
gation Co.'s service wero reported.
A short special meeting for chil
dren and young people will (D. V.)
bo hold on Sunday, April 10, at :i:3l)
p. m., by Mr. It. Dallondor, Ti. A., in
the Y. M. C. A. All aro invited.
Hymn books provided.
Tho trial of T. P. Maehado,
charged with tho larceny of .58-10,
tho proporty of Schwauck" tlio boatman,-is
being heard in tho District
Court this aftoruoon. C. Croighton,
A. Rosa and A. G. Corroa for do
Sundry Reports and Bills Con
" ' sidered, .
Ylce-Presldcnt Damon Protests Against
A special mooting of tho Execu
tive and Advisory Councils, Provi
sional Government, was hold-this
afternoon. Present: Ministers Dolo
(President), King, Portor and Smith;
Advisory Councillors Damon, Em-
moluth, Allen, Wntorhouso, Brown,
MeChesuoy, Tonuoy, Young, Suhr,
Not I, Morgan and McCandloss.
President Dolodpenod proceedings
with the prayer for that purposo
provided. Secretary J. B. Castlo
read tho minutes of last meeting.
C. Brown for tho Judiciary Com
mittee reported in favor of tlio pas
sago of tho Act amending tho Postal
Savings Bank law, with an amend
ment in effect that tho Postmaster
General or other ofiieor of tho P. S.
B. may, in criminal proceedings or
proceedings in law or equity disclose
tho accounts of depositors as tho
court shall direct. Eopott accopted
aud bill ordered type-written.
Tho same committee reported up
a bill relating to tho jurisdiction of
District Magistrates. It provides that
a District Magistrate on any island
shall have jurisdiction for hearings
for commit mouls for trial through
out such island. Report received
and bill ordered typo-writ ton.
Tho samo committeo reported up
a bill to amend Sec. 78, Chap. 61,
Law of 1892, relating to Internal
Taxes; also a bill to ro-onact a law
relating to public instruction. Tho
lattor is a law repealed accidentally
through a clorical error in tho tax
law of 1892.
Attorney-General Smith intro
duced a bill to rectify a similar blun
der made by an ongrossing clerk,
which repealed a law relating to
steamers carrying lopors.
All these bills took the usual
mid their aim should bo to lot other
things dosirnblo in themselves wait
for thnt uons.uimnnlion. It should
bo known to tho United State's that
tho Provisional Govorninonl did not
enro to maintain Itself for any olhor
purposo than tho securing of annex
ation. With reports of Chinoso
leaguing with royalists current, thoy
should do all thoy could to hasten
action by tho United States.
Mr. Em moluth had an instance to
rolato in support of tho position as
sumed by Mr. Damon. Ho was talk
ing to a citizen about introducing a
constitution for tho regulation of
Honolulu's affairs by themselves,
when ho was picked up with tho ex
clamation! "What in holl do wo
want of a constitution? Wo aro after
Mr. Watorhouso inovod that the
Councils go into oxocutivo session to
consider tho political situation,
which was Bocontlod nnd carried.
Rtr. XI. II. Churchill
Sit. Vernon, 'Wash.
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort Street, Honolulu..
Corsets of Every Description
For Ladies, Misses & Children I
The Well-known P. D. Corsets ba.u.
sFihVme C. P. and R. & 6. Corsets
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H Ji M S Hoyal Arthur from England
ii Jl M B Temerairo from England
B S Mariposa, Hnyward, from San Fran
cisco, duo May 4.
: S S Monowai, Carey, from lUo Colonics,
duo May 4.
S S Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
cisco, due April 19.
Am bktno S G Wilder, flrifllths, from San
Francisc, due April '11.
Am sclir Aloha, Dabcl, from San Francisco,
due April 30.
Am bl: Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco, ilue April 27.
Am bktno V H Diniond, Nilson, from San
Francisco, due April '13.
Am 4-niastcd sciir Lyman I) Foster, Dryer,
from Ncwcastlo, X S W
Am 4-m King Cvrus, from Newcastle, N S
W, April 5-fO
Am 4-m bktno XV II Hume, from Now-
" castle, N S V, April 25-ISO
Br bk Gainsborough, from Newcastle, N S
"W, April 'J5-30
Bk Lumorna, from Newcastle, N B W,
Bk Amy Tumor, from Boston, due May
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S V
Gor bkt Amelia from Port Townsond
MAN LOST OVERBOABD.
Fatality on Passage of the Schooner
Puritan from Newcastle.
Tho American -1-mastod schooner
Puritan, Captain M. Peterson, ar
rived to-day, 59 days from Newcas
tle, N. S. W., with 1053 tons Wall
send coal consigned to tho Oceanic
S. S. Co. Tho Puritan loft on Fob.
14, and had strong breezes part of
tho passage, several sails being torn
away. Crossed tho equator on April
5th. From thonce made an excep
tionally good run.
Captain Peterson makes tho fol
lowing report of a fatal accidont
which happened on March 7 at 4 p.
m. in Lat. 85 30' S., Lon. 1G1 -10' W.
Whilo tho vessel was ruuniug by a
strong westerly wiud aud a largo
southwest swell tho second mate,
Augustus F. Wokstrom, a native of
Sweden, aged 38 yoars, a citizen of
tho United States, fell overboard
from tho vessel's deckload. Tho acci
dont was witnessed by Frauk Svou-
son, who was working together with
Sovoral pieces of wood and also a
white painted stop was thrown close
by him, and tho vessel was brought
around to tho wind as quickly as
possible. Wont about aud passed
tho wood aud stop several times but
no sign was soon of tho mate. After
consultation with tho crow it was
concluded that tlio man was drown
ed aud the voyage was continued.
Tho inato did not know how to
swim, nnd at tho time of tho acci
dont tho schooner was going at a
My wife was confined to hor bod
for over two months with n very so
voro attaok of rlioumatism. Wo
could got nothing that would afford
hor any relief, and as a last lohort
gave Chamberlain's Pain Balm a
trial. To our groat Hurprico she be
gan to improve after the limt appli
cation, and by using it regularly she
was soon able to got up and attend
to hoiiho work, E. 11. .IoIiuhoii, of
C. J, Kuutsoii ic Co., Kuiibington,
Minn, HOcuiit bottles for sale by
nil dealers. Uonsoii, Smith & Co',,
Agents for thu Hawaiiun IbIuihIh,
A 113 porson desiring a safe and
profitable investment at a small an
nual cost is invited to examine the
now and novel forms of life insur
ance offered by Bruce aud A. J.
Cartwright, managers for tho Ha
waiian Islands of tlio Euuitablo Life
Assuranco Society of tho United j
Mr. T. Nathaniol has secured a
series of photographs of distin
guished persons. Ono is of tlio
Queen takon on Washington Place
grounds. Another is of Commis
s.ionor Blount (besides tho one pre
viously mentioned), with his wife
and secretary (Mr. Mills). Soverin
ic Bolster aro tho artists.
As reported previously Mr. Jacinto
Viorra was sentenced to ono month's
imprisonment at hard labor for de
serting his wife. Ho noted an ap
peal aim bail was lixeu at oiUt'. Plus
morning tho couple appeared and
stated that they had mended mat
ters, and that the truaut husband
had decided to return. The sent
ence was consequently remitted.
This morning tho application pre
viously reported of J. A. Magoou to
bo appointed guardian of Rebecca
Pa nee Huinoku was heard by Judgo
Whiting. Sho consenting the Court
granted tho application. Her dissi
pated and improvident habits wero
tho cause for putting tho woman
Judge Cooper this morning began
a hearing of Kaleialii vs. M. S. Griu
baum & Co., a bill in equit3' to es
tablish a trust croatod by parol. A
summary of tho case was published
a few days ago exclusively in tho
Bulletin. Plaintiff's suit is in bo
half of her children by John Mc
Keague, formerly her husband. A.
S. Ilartwoll for tho defendants de
murred to tho bill, whereupon tho
Court ruled that tho bill could bo
amended in a few minor points,
when the demurrer would bo over
ruled. Mr. Hart well noted an ap
peal against this ruling to tho Su
premo Court. Tho hearing on the
merits cannot bo had until a deci
sion is given on tho appeal. Antono
Rosa is counsel for plaintiff.
The remainder of Court roport is
The captains of tho different base
ball tenuis iu tho Leaguo mot at
noon to-day nnd decided to open
tho season on Saturday, April 29.
The Crescents aud ilawaiis will
play tho first game. Owing tosome
misunderstanding at tho leaguo
meeting, consideration of tho sche
dule was deferred. The captains of
the different teams aio as follows:
Crescents, V, Wilder; Ilawaiis, .1.
Thompson; Kamehaiuehas, S, Ma
huka. Eighteen games will be
Captain Day. C. 15., commaiidint
l.S, ilynoiutho, had an inter
view lasting nearly iwu nours witn
President Dolo tins morning. The
President afterwaid hiiuiinoiied Col.
Super, commanding I lie forces, Capt.
Ziegler and Councillor McCanillois
to tho Foreign Oillco. After half an
hour the party crossed to the Pa
lace. Captain Day in the meantime
lint I returned to his ship.
Suliiwrilw for (hi: Daily Hit(l,'lia, 60
oenlt ttr month,
Tho Attorney-General also, on bo
half of the Minister of Finance, in
troduced a bill to repeal Chap. 19,
Laws of 1892, to impose au internal
levonuo tax on playing cards. Ho
spoke of tho ridicule tho law in
question had attracted, and it was
believed tho tax was in contravention
of tho reciprocity treaty with tho
Mr. Damon thought thoro was an
understanding some time ago that
thoro was to bo as little general
legislation as possible. It seoined to
him there was no end of theso little
The Attorney-General explained
that some of theso bills wore to cor
rect obvious errors of legislation. In
tho caso of tho playing cards tax,
ono house in town was selling pou
oils with a pack of cards given away.
Mr. Damon thought thoy should
draw a lino that day. Thoy should
show themselves strong enough to
stick strictly to their provisional
business, which was simply to pre
serve ordor and administer such
laws as thoy found on tho statutes.
Mr. Hrown coincided thoroughly
with the views of Mr. Damon, but
with tho reservation that, whoro
mistakes in legislation obstructed
administration or caused complica
tions with a foreign powor, such
mistakes should bo rectified.
Mr. Damon returned to the sub
ject, saying thoy should wait for tho
demands of public opinion for now
legislation. Thoro was a public
opinion hero, aud ho came to tho
Council only as a representative of
tho public. Nothing was more eager
ly looked for by him than tho ex
pressions of public opinion, which
was very much alivo in Honolulu.
Tho bills wore reforrou to tho
Mr. Brown, from tho samo com
mitteo, reported ho had oxamined
tho charter of t ho Holomua Publish
ing Co., and found in it nothing to
require that the inline of an editor
or publisher should bo printed in
The Attorney-General stated that
tho company had been incorporated
under tho old law, which did not
contain such a requirement.
Mr. Emineluth moved thnt the
matter bo referred to tho Attorno3'
Gonoral, with instructions to com
pel the company to ro-incorporato
under tho now law.
Tho Attorney-General "To tako
such action as may be found practi
cable. You cannot compel a com
pany to ro-ineorporato,"
Referred to Attorney-General.
Mr. Morgan presented a roport
from the committee on miscel
laneous subjectson tho petition of
Dunbar it Co. for permission to
number tlio houses aud place signs
on the street corners. Thoy recom
mended tho petition be grauted
with the amendment that tho
charges shall not exceed .$1 for busi
iii'm places aud 50 cents for nrivato
hoiiM'S, and that tlio street signs bo
In answer to a question Mr. Mor
gan said they had no bill prepared,
Mr. Brown -''Lot tho linn find
their own bill."
Mr. Watorhouso objected to tho
proposed franchise. They wore not
there to impose taxes on the people,
Ho felt like .Mr. Damon on thu func
tions of the Council.
.Mr. Damon said the present mat
ter was just in point with his plu
vious leiutirks. There was no doubt
that the Provisional Govuruiuont
was ablo to conduct affairs satisfac
torily for a long time, but that was
not what was wanted, Tho main oh
Prompt Rosponso of Forces -Only a
Gun that Wouldn't Shoot.
Botweon ! and 5 o'clock yesterday
afternoon unusual oxeitomont was
noticed among tho National Guards
stationod at tho Government build
ing, and presently DopuljvMnrshal
Marlin, Captain Schlommor and tvvo
polico ollicors wore soon driving
frantically in that direction. On en
quiry it was learned that a telephone
messago had been received at tho
Station that a gang of Hawaiian
sharpshooters wore congregating in
tho Opera House. Wlion tho polico
arrived at tho Government building
tho guards wore found all armod
and ready for an attack. Tho gat
ling gun was run out in front of tho
building. Deputy-Marshal Marlin
entered tho Opora House and found
tho Hawaii Ponoi Dramatic Com
pany making preparations for tho
evening entertainment. An old rico
bird gun without barrel or trigger
was found among thoir proportios.
Tho gun was to bo used by tho ma
rine parading tho deck in tho second
scene of Captain Cook.
Thus tho matter was explained.
The guard on patrol at tho Govern
ment building had seen tho native
taking tho gun into tho Opera
Houso and, suspecting a counter
revolution, had raised an alarm aud
tho guards under Captain Zieglor
wore called out. It was somo time
beforo matters quioted down, and
tho guards realized thoro was no
foar of any troublo from tho natives.
Tho gun was borrowed from Mr.
Mullor, gunsmith, yesterday. In tho
fornior presentation of Captain Cook
no gun was used.
Tho more Chamborlain's Cough
Remedy is used tho bettor it is liked.
Wo know of uo other remedy that
always gives saiisiaciiou. u is goou
when you first catch cold. It is
good when your cough is seated and
your lungs aro soro. It is good in
any kind of a cough. Wo have sold
twoiity-fivo dozen of it and ovory
bottlo has givon satisfaction. Sted
mau & Friedman, druggists, Minne
sota Lake, Minn. 50 cent bottles
for sale by all dealors. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho Hawai
An Honest Medicine
Rhoumatlsm Curod Health Built Up.
Mr. Cliurchtlt, formerly of Churchill & Tnylor,
mrvejors nml civil cnginecn, 11 U Vernon,
wiiv tnv ltmiii. fur tn.in
here Iuecan to bo ntUloted all over with
was my home for many oars. v lion I came
And also pains hi my back and a general feeling
ol being used up. My business takes mo out In
Uio clomonti all (lie lime, ami 1 foiuiil my
self unfit for work. lteailliiR an aiUertlse
ment of Hood's Bnrsnparllla, mid learning
also that the medicine vt us compounded in
my own State of MaswchusotK I eoneluilod
tills may be an boueut nirilltlur. 1 took
it and am so much Improved that I am out
Hood's he Cures
In all weathers and travel nil day with no
fatlpio aud tired fcelltip-. To any ono that
feels bad all out I s.iy take Hood's fiarsapa-
rina. liiiascurqumo." it. ii.tiiuitciiiLL.
Hood's Pills cure Liver Ills, Jaundice,
Biliousness, Sick Headache aud Constipation.
80 HTM 1
The R. & G, Nursing Corsets, The R. & G. Summer Corsets.
These aro Extra Ixjng Valst and Well Fitting.
Madm. Strong's Common Sense Corset Waists
Are Comfortable and Very Liht in Weight.
THE P. N. SHORT, RIDING- CORSET
The Ferris Good Common Sense Waists
For Children, Best for Health, Comfort nnd Wear.
Children's Corded "Waists for 40 cts.
COME AND SEE OUH
Beat's All Corset which we are Selling at 50 Gents
A FINE ASSOHTMENT OK
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles!
FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT
New-York Life Insurance Co.
JOHN A. McCALL, President.
STJ-MJ&JL&rZ- OF REPORT:
BUSINESS OF 185)2.
Hit 1'ASTOH IBENItEHU Willi)
urn SOXNTAG, den HI April, Vor-
uur, in dor . ai. u. A. linll
HAWAIIAN COUNCIL NO.IM), AMEH
iean Legion of Honor, meets THIS
(Friday) EVBN'INU nt 7::su o'clock, at
Harmouv Hull, King street.
JUS. M. OAT,
Premium Income. . .
Interest, Rents," etc.
Endowments and Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurances,
rpHE UNDEHSIGNED HAVING HEEN
X this day appointed Guardian of Mrs.
Hehccca Pnnoo Humeku, formerly Hebecca
Paneo I'uuUu, all purHona aro hereby noti
fied not to give her credit, :w the under
xigncd will not pay any bills contracted
J. ALFHED MAGOON,
Guardian Hebecca Paneo Humeku.
Dated Honolulu, April II, 18'Jli.
rpm: TWO PIECES OF
JL Property with thu
liuildings thereon, situated
on KiiiK Htreot, nnd at nre-
seni occupieu oy aiows. o. aowiuinann
J. Downey, both being opposite the resi
dence of J. 11. Athertou; cucli of these pre
mixCH are bringing in an annual rental of
$:Hifl, and a line opportunity is hereby
oll'ercil anyone who is dc-irons of owning
it nice comfortable home in a good loca
lity within a few minutes' walk of our
town. For terms apply to
tiiw-tf JOHN F. COLUUHN.
The undersigned aro prepared to give in
tending Tourists tho advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago & Return
IN CONNECTION WITH THE STEAM
ERS OF THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Or San Franoiaao
Total to Policy-holders
Aro you looking for a Safe
and Profitable Investment at a
Small Annual Cost?
Thon examine tho Now and
Novel Forms of Life Insurance
now offered by
BRUCE & A, J, CARTWRIGHT
Managers for Hawaiian Islands
Number of New Policies issued 00,259
Amount of Now Insurance Written $173,005,070.00.
CONDITION JAN. 1, 1893.
Assets, .... $137,499,198.99
Liabilities, 4 Percent Standard $120,094,230.89
Number of Policies in Force 224,008
Amount of Insurance in Force -fOS9,24S,029.00
PROGRESS IN 181)2.
Increase in Benefits to Policy-holders $ 1,323,521.45
Increase in Assets 11,551,908.18
Increase in Surplus 1,003,924.79
Increase in Insurance Written. 2l),940,0S8.00
Increase in Insurance in Force 00,105,451.00
CjJ . G . -E3 jEG Jrt Gr -tii JLtC ,
General Atjent for the Hawaiian Islands.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
HAVE JUST OPENED OUT A CHOICE DISPLAY OF
, . Dooantora
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of JMew Zealand,
Further particulars may he had
Wm. G. IRWIN A CO.
LARGE ASSOHTMENT OF
Etc. Etc. Etc. '
All Aboard for the Luau and Fair
General Crockery and Glassware
French. Oexiter I5.ags,
Frenoli Sofa. Rugs,
French. Door IRugs,
French Stair Carpets in Latest Designs, French Iron Beds, Double and Single; Baby Cots
Sets of Telescopic Card and Fancy Tea Tables !
Basket Trunks, Bteamer Trunks, Woodon Trunks.
TO CLEAR OUT CONSIGNMENT
American & English Bicycles
. REDUCED VfuURES.
OF THE UNITED STATUS.
FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HATIUNG
Resort ut WitlKIKI. Traincam paua
tlio kiiIu, Special arriuiKOinuutH can bo
iiiadu for Family Plnilca tiuil hvnuliiH
diitliinu I'urllin. WH-tf
jout bofoio t,lio m wild uiiuoxution,
60 cents a month,
rpiIK MANAGEMENT OFTHEOAHU
X Riiilwa.N hits arrniiuud fur tin) accoiu.
nioiliitlon of thu Pillule attnndlliK tho
Luau and Fair at Kulilil-kal on
SATURDAY, 'April 15th,
to liuvo TruiiiH run EVERY HALF HOUR
lietwcen tlm hour uMI o'ulorl; a, m, and 7
o'clock I'. i., Train leiivlni; tlm Honolulu
depot FIVE MINUTES AFTER THE
HOUR AND HALF HOUR to allow or
IWuuKorx nmlilni; connection with tho
Traiucur from Town nnd I'ulauiii.
Regular Passenger Trains will not stop al
the Fair Grouudsl
gW Piiitoiicorn liuiNt lio careful to tako
tliu ripcutul T
ruimliiK to thu Luuu uud
IB. IF1. ;e:e3::l:e:r,s &c go.
88 FORT STK.BIEIT.
AFTER TAKING 8TOCJK ALL KINDS OF t
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored I
At half tho former cost,
Velvet & Smyrna. Rugs
In all ulrcs greatly reduced,
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
In fuel wu oiler Iiumuiixo Hiir'uln In all Department,
tW DranwRHnq Under UttiKfcnigittQat oi HISS K. 0LABJL j