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Leave Pcorl Oity..,. .9:30 2:30
Arrive Ewa Mill 0:57 2:57
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THE DAILY BULLETIN,
THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1893.
TmmsmY, July 27.
Stmr Wainianalo for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Mikahala for Maui and Hawaii at 10
a m .
Vessels in Port.
U S S Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
TJ 8 S Boston, Day, from a cruise
Am 4-mast schr W H Talbot, Blulim, from
Am ichr Transit, Jorgensen, from San
Am bktne Irmgard, Schmidt, from San
Br schr Norma, Macquarric, from Yoko
hama Ger bk O W Wilcox, Walters, from Liver
pool Br bk Ladstock, Williams, from Liverpool
The steamer Mikahala will leavo on the
W. G. Hall's route for windward "ports at
10 o'clock to-morrow morning.
The steamer W. Q. Hall has been moved
to the Fishmarket wharf to have her now
boiler, built by the Honolulu Iron Works,
put in. Her smoke stack lias been taken
HE BEAT TWO DRTJMS.
That P. G. Drummer Who Didn't Go
Away When He Ought.
The kettle-drummer of the P. G.
iand did not depart on the S. S.
Australia as previously reported,
having changed his mind at tho last
moment. He has since boon playing
with tho band, and yesterday even
ing was tapping tho drum at Slakee
Island, where a concert wa3 given.
It appears, however, that the drum
mer had been "smelling the corks,"
and Prof. Berger noticed that ho
acted queerly. As the concert pro
ceeded Mr. Drummer wanted to play
both drums at ono time, and tho
professor got so angry that after the
concert he gave him tho "g. b." It
will be remembered that one of tho
P. G. papors was quite funny be
cause this drummer didn't leave the
country when ho intended to havo
After the band concert at Sans
oouci on xuosuay nigut tno drum
mer and some other members of tho
P. G. band, whilo coming into town,
saw a half-tipsy Portuguese on a
wagon. They dumped tho man on
tho side of tho road and rode into
town on the wagon, and used tho
vehicle till 2 o'clock Wednesday
Tho advertising of Hood's Sarsa
parilla appeals to tho sober, common
souse of thinking people, because it
is true; uud it is always fully sub
stantiated by ondorsoinonts which in
tho financial world would bo ac
cepted without a moment's hesita
tion. Thoy toll tho story Hood's
Death of President Carnot.
Slons. Vizzavona, French Com
missioner, had only news of the ill
ness of President Carnot by tho Chi
neso mail steamer. Tho first ho
know of tho President's death was
through tho Bulletin. Slons. Vi.za -
vona will of course take no official
action until he receives more dofiu-
ito news by tho San Francisco mail
LaBt fall I was taken with a kind
of summer complaint, accompanied
with a wonderful diarrhoua. Soon
niter my wiles sisler, wno lives with
us, was taken in tho snmo way. Wo
used almost everything without
bonofit. Then J said, Tot us try
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Dinrrlitun Roiiicdy, which we (lid,
and that cured uh right away. 1
think much of it, aH it did for mu
what it was recommended to do,
John Hort.ler, Bethel, llorliH Co.,
Pa. 25 mid 50 cout bottles for sale
by all dealers. Uoimon, Smith &
Co., agonU for tho Hawaiian Ielaudii.
LOCAL AND GENERAL MEWS.
Dr. S. Asano's numbor on tho
Mutual telephone is 211.
Exclusive designs in souvonir
spoons for salo nt T. Lindsay's, Fort
Jamos A. Thompson, clork of tho
District Court, is ngaiu able to per
form his duties.
On account of intended departure,
a barber's business is for salo. See
The P. G. band will givo a con
cert at tho Hotel commencing at
7:30 o'clock this ovoning.
Tho town boys had a good lively
practico nt football on tho Leaguo
ground yesterday afternoon.
Tho Hoalaui Boat Club will take
a spin in tho bay this afternoon for
practice for tho coming raco.
Tho Post office despatched on tho
b. b. Uity of Wio do Janeiro yester
day 1762 lottors and 907 papers.
Tho police will have a battalion
drill with rifles at 5 o'clock on Sat
urday morning on Palaco Square
Tho Atnatour Baseball League
mooting will bo hold at tho Y. SI. C.
A. hall at 7:30 o'clock this ovoning.
Counsel in tho Star libel case filed
stipulations yesterday for the case
to go over until Fridaj morning in
tho District Court.
Sir. T. F. Lansing has boon ap
pointed to tho vacancy in the Board
of Health caused by tho resignation
of Sir. J. O. Carter.
Kawelo, tho lad who stole two
watermelons yesterday aftornoon,
was reprimanded and discharged by
Judge Foster this morning.
Tho Chinaman who was captured
yosterday morning with lichee opium
nuts in his possession, was fined $75
in tho District Court this morning.
Sir. G. W. Smith has made his re
port of the Irish potato beer sub
mitted to him for analysis. Ho
found that it contained 8J porcout
Purser White will go on tho
steamer Mikahala to-morrow morn
ing, while Captaiu Simerson will re
main ashore to superintend the
overhauling of tho stoamer W. G.
Tho Firo Board will meet this
evening to consider tho resignation
of (JJnof iiiUgineor Hustace. It is
more than likoly that souior fore
man J. H. Hunt will bo appointed
to tho vacancy.
By order of Sir. T. E. Walker, H.
B. SI.'s Consul, L. J. Lovoy will soil
tho household furniture of Sir. and
Sirs. S. Slacauloj', at tho residonco,
Alakea street, adjoining" tho British
club, at 10 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing. Georgo Ryan, who was committed
to tho Circuit Court for tho larceny
of tho Crown jewels, escaped from
Oahu Prison nt 3:15 o'clock this
aftornoon. Tho police have been
notified and are on tho lookout for
Sir. C. H. White, principal of tho
Kauluwola School, has been trans
ferred to tho principalship of the
Houokaa, Hawaii, school, in placo of
Sir. Armstrong Smith, who takes
Sir. White's placo in tho Kauluwola
Esther P. Rosowarno has applied
for probato of the last will of her
late husband, Thomas Rosowarno.
The properly is real estate on Boro
tania street valued at 82500, and
personality of S5500. Tho widow is
named as devisee, legatee and execu
trix in tho will, three children being
A runaway occurred from Palama
this morning. It was a horso and
wagon belonging to a Chinaman.
Tho outfit was caught by an officer
and taken to tho Polico Station,
whore it was found by the ownor at
noon. All that remained of tho
wagon was tho two front wheels.
Tho horso and harness were intact.
SOLDIER'S BIB BROKEN.
RcbuU of Discipline as Administered
in tho P. G. Army.
It was exclusively reported in the
Bulletin on Tuesday that whilo a
tipsy soldier was resisting arrest on
tho Executive building grounds, ho
was struck by First Lieutenant
Coy no with a rifle, whilo a revolver
was presented at his head by Cap
tain Good. It hassinco been learned
that tho soldier had a rib broken by
Lieutenant Coyne's blow. Ho is in
tho barracks hospital now under tho
care of Dr. C. T. Rodgors, surgoou
of tho guards.
Wishart, who had figured promi
nently in a brawl in tho Pantheon
Saloon, when a polico officer was
i shot, had soiuu diileronco with Liou-
touaut Coyne previously, and had
! gone into tho hitter's quartois and
I challongod him to light. On Tuos-
day morning he walked into tho
Uovorumuiit building, uiiuor tho in
fluence of liquor, and made home
nasty remarks to tho lieutenant and
called him names. Coyne got so
angry that ho throw all military dis
cipline to tho winds and jabbed
Wishart in tho side with tho butt
end of a rifle, injuring him as men
tioned, it is uiulut'.itood that Lieu
tenant Coyno will be court-martialed.
The P. a. band
lie concert at the
will give a pub
thiH evening at 7:130
, following piogiam will bo tendered:
Overture Pout and lVaunt
Kliiulti liulUiiriii.. . .
. . . . Verdi
I I'MIl II.
Iteiiiliilni'tini'CN nf all Nations
March Tint Volunteers. . ,
' Wulu - Morning l'.iptiri
Muieli Ju)i'u' Post (hv rttiiicit)
1 Ihnuill i'uiiiii.
Subscribe for ih
wild ptr iitnufft.
Daily Hullrtin, M)
Regular General Sosslon of tho Exe
cutive and Advisory Oouucils.
.At 1:37 o'clock this aftornoon tho
weekly session of tho Executivo'nnd
Advisory Councils was callod to or
dor by President Dolo, with whom
woroprosont Ministers King, Damon
and Smith; Councillors W. O. Wilder
(Vico-Presidont), W. F. Allon, Honry
Wntorhouso, E. D. Tonnoy, Alox.
Young, John Nott, J. Emuioluth, C.
Bolte, John Ena and J. P. Slen
donca. Slinistor Damon road tho wookly
financial statomont, as follows:
Financial Statement fob tue Week
Ending July 20, 1893.
Current account balance July
19, 1693 $ 72,700 01
Ro venue stamps
Salo of Govomment Bonds
Postal Savings Bank
$ 105.181 73
Department Foreign Affairs .
Board of Health
Bureau of Survey
ment Gonl. Expenses Prov. Govt. .
itoml taxes to special deuosit..
School taxes " "
Expenses placing loan '93 .. .
$ 14,935 59
. 90,240 14
Current account balance
$ 105,181 73
Outstanding Bonds $ 2,519,800 00
Treasury and P. G. notes 230,000 00
Duo P. 8. Bank 501,912 40
This amount of $150,301.01 was
paid from general revenues
m tho treasury to carry on
Snblic improvements un
er Sec. 2 to date and all
receipts from salo of bonds
under loan of 1893 pass into
general cash as offsets until
this debt is cancelled $
Less bonds, Act of 1893, sold
? 90,301 01
Amount due from P. S. B. for
advances from general rev
enue to cover excess of
withdrawals over receipts.
Amount duo general Treasury
this date from Loan Act
I 8. HANK MEMO.
Due depositors $ 510,551 00
Notices of withdrawals matur
ing Juno. July, August and
September 32,002 00
Cash on hand 19,394 07
PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT MEMO.
Expenses Provisional Govern
ment 10 u ate 5 oy,oui uo
This amount covers all exponsos includ
ing military and others not appropriated
by the last Legislature.
MEMO CASH IN TREA6URY.
Outstanding certificates $ 263,000 00
Certificates withdrawn from
circulation and deposited
for safe keeping 49,000 00
Cash on hand to redeem certi
ficates $ 203,000 00
Itoad Board fund in Treasury. 23,051 33
School Hoard fund in Treasury 4,395 15
Available cash as above 90,240 14
Total cash in Treasury....? 381,292 02
Slinister Damon also presented
the following statement of Hawai
ian Postal Savings Bank, July 1st
to July 27th, 1893:
July 1 Arit. due depositors as
per daily report June 30 .$ 499,012 83
210 depositors have deposited
on pass book accounts 15,913 52
10 depositors have deposited,
taking term certificates . 21,281 38
Total deppsits $ 530,837 73
100 depositors have withdrawn
on pass uook account VJ,oa) jo
Leaving to credit to depositors.! j14,218 57
Tho Postal Savings Bank has a
balance on hand, to meet
daily calls, of $ 19,391 97
There will be duo on notices of
July $ 5,91100
August 14,887 00
September 7,072 00
October 3,835 00
Tho Slinistor gave, as leading rea
sons for tho amount of withdrawals,
tho loss of employment by deposi
tors, who therefore required tho
money to live on, and tho depart
ure of depositors from tho country.
A third natural reason would bo
waut of confidence in tho Govern
ment, and if such was shown the
matter would become ono of con
cern. Ho had received tho returns
of tho Custom House for the past
six months. Thoy showed exports
materially in excess of those of tho
first six mouths of 1802. In sugar
tho increase in quantity was 2G,000,
000 pouuds and hi valuo .?l,5!J7,21(i.
Rico bhowed a falling off of 1,000,
000 pounds valued at $73,000. Hides
nau lailou on by MHXJ. iiananas
showed an increase of 14,000 in
value. Wool had docreasod. Thoio
wore increases in molassos, coffee,
awa, pineapples, small fruits, bones,
horns, etc., tho aggregato of in
creases being vast.
Of the .S07,U2 of outstanding bills
on Juno 30, thero had boon paid, or
tho money for payment was ready,
.?27,303.!)0. This loft to be provided
for between now and tho end of tho
quarter bills amounting to SiO.OOO.
I He had been struck with the threat
- 1 number of bills: thero were 1010 dis-
i tinct bills from Puua to Niiliau. it
heeuied to him that, as in families.
tliero might be a great leak in small
expenditures. The Attoriioy-Gou-eral,
however, thought Hmall bills
showed a disposition to economy, in
requiring a vouchor lor the smallest
uxpeiidiluru, Sir. Damon thought,
however, that some of tho expendi
tures migjit have been left out,
Tho Minister of Finance, continu
ing, remarked on the high cost of
public priming, amounting to $.'(),
000 or SU),(XK), and the disparity of
charges. He thought there Hhould
be uowu agreement between clerks
of tho diiTeront departments on a
Bchodulo of rotes for printing. In
tho Finaneo Department tho ralo
had been established that tho books
should be posted every day, instead
of daily journalizing with monthly
postiug as tho custom Jind'Ueon? Ho
had notified tho Collector of Cus
toms, that all receipts of tho
bureau must bo paid into tho
treasury, instead of fees collpc.ted
by guards from vessels being ro-"
taiued at tho Custom House and
guards paid out of them. This
had boon a practico from timo im
memorial, but ho had concluded it
was not a propor ono. Hereafter
tho Collcctor-Gonornl must rocoipt
for all fees and sign vouchors for
guards' pay. ' A similar rulo had
boon proscribed for tho Post Office.
Tho Oollector-Gonoral had notified
him that tho appropriation for Cus
tom House boat was exhausted, and
ho would thoroforo introduce a bill
for an appropriation.
Sir. Watorhouso, in moving tho
acceptance oi iuo " mi'ini, ,
asked if tho outstanding bills men-
tlOUOU wore not oiu legm-ios.
Minister Damon jn-o. remaps
$2000 are old bills.
Tho renort was accepted.
Sir. Wilder presented a report of
committee on tho military bill. Thoy
wero of opinion that tno National
Guard of Hawaii should bo com
posed wholly of volunteers. Thoro
foro they submitted an amended
billj from which all reforonco to a
militia is omitted. Adopted, and
bill mado ordor of day for next
Sir. Watorhouso wanted to know
how it was school boys of 17 had to
pay taxes. It was hard on Kamo
uamoha and other scholars.
Slinistor Smith answered it was
tho law for 20 years to tax all males
botweon 16 and (50.
Sir. Wilder asked if it was under
any now law that tourists should
havo to pay taxes before getting
passports to leave the country.
Slinister Smith answered that tho
passport law was ver- old, and, to a
further query, that thero was noth
ing in the tax law confining taxa
tion to permanent residents.
Slinister Damon, after further dis
cussion, said that being in his De
partment he would look into tho
Secretary Rodgors, by direction of
tho President, road tho Executive's
bill to vest the ownership and con
trol of tho Crown Lands in the Pro
visional Government, under and by
authority of tho Proclamation of
January 17. Tho bill took its course.
Slinister Smith introduced a bill
to confer on tho Advisory Council
power and functions similar to thoso
of tho Privy Council of State under
Referred to Judiciary Committee.
Slinistor Smith introduced a bill
to make a further appropriation for,
"Incidentals, criminal and civil ex
penses." Slinister Damon introduced a bill
to appropriate 630 for a Custom
Tho bill relating to poddling of
foreign goods was reforred to tho
Judiciary Committee, Slinistor Da
mon remarking that he would like
to see tho whole poddling business
Slinister Smith reported tho con
tract for printing laws had been
given to tho Gazette Publishing Co.
at $1.09 a page. This class of print
ing had formerly cost $3 a page. It
had been reduced by competition
last year to S1.50.
President Dolo solicited advico for
tho Executive as to proclaiming
July 31 a public holiday. It was tho
anniversary of tho restoration of tho
Hawaiian flag by Admiral Thomas.
Ho thought tho celebration of the
day fell into disuse, but had been
revived tho past two or three years.
Slinister Smith moved, socondod
by Slinistor Damon, that the day bo
proclaimed a public holiday.
Sir. Hatch was opposed. Hawaii
nau as good a snare ol holidays as
any country almost. Thero wore
tho old Hawaiian holidays, and in
addition tho holidaj's of various na
tions. To legalize a holiday was to
enforce a suspension of business and
might be a hardship.
Sir. Allen thought it was too lato
to proclaim tho holiday for tho
Sir. Young also opposed tho holi
day, his views coinciding with thoso
of Sir. Hatch.
Tno motion was withdrawn and
thero will bo no legal holiday on
At 2:15 the Councils, on motion of
Sir. Tonnoy, went into executive
CHARGED WITH ROBBEBY.
A Japanese Makes an Untimely Visit
to a Follow Countryman.
A tnlophono niossngo was rocoivod
at tlio I'olicti Station about lOo'ulouk
last niglit to tlio ofleot that a rob
bory had been couunittod in tho
lioiiso of a .Tapanuso near tho cornor
of Nuuanu and Judd stroots. Cap
tain Kloiunio promptly responded
and found a number of Japanese, in
tlio Movants' quart ura of Mr. W. U,
Smith, in an excited frame of mind.
Ah far as could be made out of thorn
by tho olliuer the cause of their os
citoiiiont was as follows: When tlio
Japs returned from a visit thoy saw
another Jap in the room. Tho Jap
was surprised but nevertheless mado
an attempt lo got away. Mr. Smith'H
Jap picked up a bottle of huiico and
struck the visitor on tho back of tho
neck, smashing tlio bottle, the con
tents of which i.'iu all over him.
Tlio Jap then got away. Tho owner
of tlio room on investigation found
$10,40 missing from a purse which
he kept in a trunk.
Klomino, in company with the
Jap who had been lobbed, went to
a gambling Iioii-o on Mauuakea
htrcet, uhero (he .lap who had en
tered tlio premises was found. Ho
wore the same ciepe bhirt, which
was saturated with sauce. The Jap
was identified as a servant of Mr. U.
J3. lioardimin. No money was found
on the man,
The Jap's SIM bail was forfeited
in the District Cout this morning
but later remitted and his trial set
Fin Job IinUnn ut il liullfiin 0j)U),
Jamca llebcr Dorman
of Shy Beaver, Pa.
Cured of Scrofula
Tho Peoplo will havo Hood's i
Mr. Vorman'a Expcrtcnco
.,My bo nuw n .. .,, ,.ad 8crofu,a ln
ono cyo from the limulio was a luhy; dlscharg-
I1K nil tho time. Of 1-ito wo luo been idln
lilm Hood's !-' ranaillln, and It has dono all
Unit medicine can do. Tlio Scrofula lias disap
peared, ana Ills cyo Is healed up and well. I
fully believe Hood's Sarsnparllla Is tlio best
medicine In tlio market. I keep a general storo,
anil It Is not a trick lo sell Hood's BArjaparllta
for the peoplo will have It. I sell moro of
Hood's Uarsnp.irllla than all other medicines
together and tho storo would not bo complete
Hood's ; : Cures
without It My wlfo hai also been entirely
cured of Rciofulaby Unod's Sarsaparllla, and I
am heartily thankful for what It has dono (or
us." John Doit man, Shv l!caer, l'a.
HOOD'S PlLl-8 aro tlio licstnttcr-dlnnerPllli,
auUtdlgostlun. euro liaaduche. Try a box. Uo.
HOBRON, NKWMAN .t CO.,
Agents for llawniiau Inlands.
-AN ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE 1
V will toll out my
Harbur Shoo Includ-
ing 1'urniturc and
Fixtures at a very low
No. 107 King street.
A MEETING OF TUE STOCKHOLD
ers of the Vaiase Comi-any will be
held at the Ollico of tho Secretary on
WEDNESDAY, the 2d day of August,
18'J3, at 10 o'clock v. m. Special RusIucsm.
C. O. BERGER,
Honolulu, July 2r, U?DJ. 7b7-(!t
T A MEETING OF THE DIRECTORS
of the Hawaiian SroMt Co. held
23th. a dividend of '24 Percent was
declared on the Capital Stock of tho Com
pany, payauio at tne oince ot the Agents
Win. U. Irwin it t;o., iIjUi, on and a
July 28, lb'JJ. WM. U. IRWIN,
7$G-lw Treasurer H. S. Co,
SEALED TENDERS MARKED, "TEN
dor for Moving PresV will he received
nt the lliiu.r.TiN ollice until 12 o'clock noon
of SATURDAY. July 2J. for taking down
a power Press in the old ollicu in Queen
street and placing it on shipboard in Hono
lulu harbor, the delicate parts to bo pro
perly boxed. Not binding our-elves to nc
cept the Inn est or any bid.
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., L'D.
Jeweler and Watchmaker.
Mclnerny Block, - - Fort Street,
t HoiifcC and Lot on Llliha street.
2 Lot on Kuakini Htrcet, hetneen Nuuanu
nvenuo and Lilihu street.
3 Hoiibc and Lot on the Palama road.
1 House and Lot on Emma Htreet.
I -Huusu and Lot on Llliha street.
Wfc- For further particulars, apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cnrtwrluht'b Mock, Merchant street.
1 Family Carriage Horse, gtit
1 Phaeton in Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow.
I luvii'H A; Co.'h.
Now European I
100 Elegantly Furnished Rooms
ONLY I WO lll.OI KH IIIOM
Main Entrance to tlie Fair!
8IIS-3IH (llth Tfrrai', ('IiIwiko.
Rates: $1 per Day & Upward, hi Class Cafe.
.1. V. COIIMAN.
-L MToim Rftiirlcr. tlllittUli
Unity built of Oak and Cedars .
Cimi.cr ninl I'nm.cir J'llHtelluil.
For prioi and particular!, upply
73tltt THI'.O. II. DAV1KB A CO.
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
Bao lort Street, Honolulu,
PRICES CUT WAY DOWN.
BLMigui Silkalinu Drapory,
tints, 6 3rard8 for
Fine, Fancy Colored Madras, reduced to 30 cents per
Unbleached Drawn Curtain Scrim, 9 yards for $1.
Polka Dot Scrims, assorted colors, 0 yards for $1.
&- These Prices are Positively
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholster j I Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
.? i i5SK?2s35fciAT,.a
. rtlV.l.ff V..M in .1 ! .1 I . I
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
Robinson Block, Hotel
BELL TELEPHONE 525.
TSL. S- LIE V2
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OK-
IB. IE EHILBIS Sc CO.
BOS ii 511 JEHOK.T STR-BJEJT.
Canton Wash. FaTorios !
A IiiiikUuiiiu Cotton Fabric: New (Styles this hcasonj the ellVctn are fuc-bimllea of Chinr
bilks; to ceo ilium means to appreciate thorn.
Bilk llnlsli jiiHt out, real French designs are the finest and the cnuf of the season.
Cashmere Sublimes SO Cents "STard !
Onu of the handbuuiuMl Wush Materials this scatoii entirely new and
for the price luib no eijual.
"White Lawris and Dimity !
In l'lulu, btnpcd mid ( hecked In great vuricn.
C9T Dressmaking Uiylor tlio Management of MRS. RENNER. JE3
Royal Insurance Company
" The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
I'lrc rlnkti on ull kinds ol liitnirmicc Properly taken at Current RUk by
J. 3. WALKER,
Autlutf Agwit for Uiu UuwHuu ItUuiU,
for THIS WEEK ONLY -j
Etc., Etc, Etc.
Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE (J15.
in the World."
: : 842,432,174.00