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VOL. VII. NO. 1058.
HONOLULU, H. 1., THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1894.
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Halted It)' the Dally Bulletin Publishing
Company, Limited, at Ita ollleo. Mer- '
chant street, Honolulu. Hawaiian Isl-
amis. Daniel togan, editor, resides on ,
Alakea street, Honolulu, aforesaid. i
Address letters for the par "Kdltor
IULI.KTIN, ' and hiiaineas letter " .Manager
Dally Uultetln Publishing Company." '
using a personal address may rause dela
lllin.KrKIUI AND DEALER IN I.UMMES NII
ll. KINU Or lllLDIN(l MaTERIAM. '
Fort Htreet, Honolulu.
U. BAOKFELD 00.,
llENEStl. MMIIIIP Ahikm,
'tinier Kort and Q,uemi Streets, Hunuliilii.
NO. S. SMITHIES,
ll'l'TlflNEEN NItlENEEtk lllINt. A.4ENT.
Mahukoua, Kohala, Hawaii.
ATMHNir-w-I.AW (, NotAMr I'naLii".
No. 13 Kaahumanu St., Houoliilu.
Jewelrv a snwlnltv.
attuntloii ld to all kinds of repairs
.Muhieruy lllock, FortStreeL
J J. WILLIAMS.
Tbi Only Callscilon of Island Vim. ,
HONOLULU IBON WORKS, I
1TEAM KnuINES, Bt'OAH MlLLM, liOILEKH,
CooLEKit. Ikon, IIeakh, ami Lead I
Maeliluery ol Every Description Made to i
Order. Particular atlmitlon paid toBblpV I
Biauksuiithiiig. Job Work meouted at
Bhort Not Ira.
E. A. JACOHSON,
Watuiimakkh an'i .Jkwki.ku
MB Fort Street.
, O. iloic 287.
Honolulu, II. I.
Mutual Tele. -KM.
DR. C. W. MOOUIS.
HU) Van Ntca Ave., 8. F Cal.
Elegant Apartments for Patients.
ELECTBICITV IN NERVOUS niNEASKh.
Dr. Moore oilers InvallilH nil ili
oouiforta of home, with constant and care
ful treatment. Kefers to 11. H. Macfarlane.
- UIBSOT IMfORTER Or -
KNIJL1SH AND UONTINKNTAI.
v, is Kinnmnn street.
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Kstimates given on all kinds of
BI'ONK.i.'ONCItKTKA PI.AHTKII WtlllK
t. 'OMHKTC HI'KC IAI.1Y SA
JOHN F. BOWLER
C. B. BIPLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
OrncEi New Safe Dewislt lluildiug,
Fort street, Honolulu, II. I
Plans, Specifications and Huperititeuil
uce given fur Kvery Description of llulld
lug. Did Ilulldlllgs suoiusstully Itemod
riled and Knlargcd. Designs for llilnrloi
Decorations. Main or MechanlcM IHua
liir, Tracing and llluu Printing. Draw lug.
for Hook or Newspaper lllustratlou
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
- OKhKKKOK8AI.lt -
lix. oEoia a soss
Celebraled High Grade Cane Manures.
We ere alto prepared to take enters for
Maaai-a, N. Ohlandt Oo.'a
Insuring prompt delivery
tW'lh la a silerlor Paint Oil. con-
liming leaa pigment than Linseed Olf, and
giving a lasting brilliancy to colora.
Used with drier It gives a splendid tloor
Fairbank Canning Co.'b Corned Boef
rmrriNi rAlNT ee.'s
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Seed's Piteoi Steam Pipe Courlog.
Jarboes' Diamond, Enamel A Ever-
K:ially dclgtird lor Vn.Mluin I'nti
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London k Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Tliamos and Mersoy Marino Ins. Co.,
. . ,. .
N.w tor. .
G. 0. BERGER
Qeneral Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Win. (I. Irwin.
Theo. C. Porter
President and .Manager
Secretary and Treasurer
AlltNT! OK THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF BAN FUANOIBCO. OAL.
r inniiTTit .
U. BKKWKK j
P. I' Jones
(i. II. Robertson
K. F. lilshop.
W. F. Allen
0. M. Cooke
' L. I'arter
Secretary ft Tieusurer
" " I
ALOHA BATH HOUSE j
. NKAHK-JT TO I'OWN . .
Good Accommodation for Bathers
Mutual Toloptumi) 085
MR8. J. H. REIST,
Atlas Assurance Go.
II. W SCHMIDT A: SONS,
AKi'lili for llartai.uii lilslid'
" DAI NIPPON " i
M aia V Al
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Jnst Hecelvcd another Invoice of
Japanese Fancy Goods
Plain and Figured 811k and Crape.
MORNING GOWNS "ttr1
Plain 811k and embroidered.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
8ilk Kana, Cushions,
Kmhroldcred HMk Tea Cosies
Tablo ('overs. Hod Covers,
811k Sashes, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Salad Howls. Hon-boii Dishes,
Plates, Ktc.. Ktc, Ktc.
Bilk and Cotton Pulamas.
Kug, Klegaht Lamp Shades,
llamboo fanes, l.unch llaskcts,
lllllllllOO Vallair. Jittmni.hM Tpmi
Ktc. Ktc, ktc.. Km.
Mrs.-J. P, P. Collaco, Proprietress.
The Tngown Coul Mine ib
located in Fitkuoku Ken in
the Island of Kinshui, Jnpan,
und wub discovered about
iweuiy yenrs ngo. it w.ih ,
owned by the government:
und mined simnlv for the '
Great improvementH, how-.
ever, were made nince it was '
sold to a corporation about '
six years ago, by importing
mining machinery from Eu
rope and America.
Tagawa Coal is used more
, than all other Japanese coals
in the following countries:
ipiiimi r,..,;i.i n...i c....:-in
-.. .int., i'.ltlllltl IIIIU .JllillL O
SettlomentH. It Ilih found
itH Wl' evun to lJ'l'iy-
Two cargoes have been
,,,,., it t,. .j.,,,
ifilandH recently, and it linn
no Hiiperior iu this market au
rttove or steam coal.
Ci. . BOARDMAN,
Sole Agent for K. Ogura &
Corner Nuuinu & Hotel Streets.
Silk Dress Goods,
- ALL COLOHb-
.IAPAaNKSE SILK CltAI'K,
Plain and llrocadvd,
JAPANF.8K COTTON OltAPK.
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Bilk llloiises. bilk Nuckties,
j Gold and Silver Scarf PiDS,
Bliuwls, Sashes. '
Hoilttry and ('liemise. i
' Japanese Trays, llamboo Hureeim,
I Tea Sets, Flower Puts, Ktc, Ktc
PRICES REASON ABLE.
California Fruit Market,
I'orner King .t Alakea Bts
It) Kvery nieauiur from hun Fran
Prosh Fruit, Oysters,
Kit Ktc Lie Ktc.
m S .a. . jv
Do not forget thu tluiu to ring up
152-Mutual Tolophone -152.
N. V . BURQQSS
l sti I prepared to repair (larduu Hose.
sprinklers, NVutur Taps. Filing Saws ami
fhariHiiiliiB all kinds hm.N, IiicRhIIiik Carv-
iiir Knives uml Nelsson. Uiwn Mowers a
sivi'iaiii. Also Mitliug Hints, In fuel all
kinds of Jobbing Woik called for ami re
PaciflC Mail S.S. GO.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Go.
For YOKOHAMA aid BONQIONQ.
8teamers of the above Companies will
citu at nonuiuiu on meir way lo me above
porta on or about the following dates:
Btmr "CHINA" .
8tmr "CHINA". ..
8tmr "CHINA" ..
8tmr "CHINA" .
. .July 5, lxoi
Beptemltcr 3, IBM
..October 2, 18!l
November 12, 1891
,. December 11, is;n
. .January 21, 18!)5
February 19, lKtt
.. April 2. IHO
For 8AN FRANCI8C0.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong.
viik aim luKuuniim m iub aooveporton
or aliotit the following dates! I
July 10, ltc
Stmr"IIKI.OIC" . ...August 21 ISIM
8tmr "CITY OK PKK1NU'?.. ...
October , 18ii
Simr "OCKANIC" November II) lil
htmr "CHINA" December 31 1MI
Btmr "OAKLIC" February 10, ls!0
Btmr "PKKU" .... March a 1MO
Htmr"(IAKL10"... .April 2S18U5
! BATES OF PASSAOE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
HAMA. I1MJ J
KONU. $176 00
Cabin, round trip 4
Cabin, round trip 12
f.... .i.. f..ii . iii '
aliow-ed 10 ,r.,t oir'r tn,;,' Ure" if rlurr.. J
lug within twelve months. I
For Freiglit and Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD k CO..
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Australian Ma'i Service.
For 8an Francisco:
The New and Fine At Btoel Bleainlii.
,l MONOWAI "
Of the Oceanic Bteamshlp tympany will !
. "um.i (luuuiuiu irum nyuney ami aiic
laud on or about
June 28th. ;
mBA ""! i.MW ,or lhe tbon "Mjrt wllh
Malls and Passeugera on or about that dale.
For Sydney and Auckland:
rhe New and Fine Al Bteel bteauislilp
" MARIPOSA "
Of the Oceanic Bteauislilp Company n
be due at Honolulu, from Ban Fraiwlsco.
on or anoui
A.mA '". .uaTe Prompt ileiU'h with
Malls and Passengers for llie above porta.
The undersigned are now prepared to Issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN TUE UNITED STATES.
ttT" For further particulars regarding
relght or Passage apply to
WM. 0. IRWIN A CO., Ltd.,
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
(rum B. F
for B. F.
From ban Franclsr,,
MAKIP08A, Jul) '
MONOWAI. AnJ. '
From Sydney for
.MONOWAI. June 2t
AI.AMKDA, July .11
ALAMEDA, Auk. 30
MAKlP08A.Sepl.27 , MONOWAI. Sept. 20
MONOWAI Oct. 2ft 1 AI.AMKDA
Public, Collector and Oeneral
l Biili-iigcul for Severiil of the Ht-I FlltK
Patentee ul Loss's Chemical Compound tor
Clarifying Cane Juice.
Mutual TulephonuM. P. O. Iloi XU,
Merchant Street, lloiiolulu.
Ring Up Both Telephones 122
T3q tycra D'O
lei-ii utr.'fl near I ort.
' 'ws U
Steamers of the almve Lino, running In connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
lietween Vancouver, II
. and Sydney,
On or about the dates
From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouver, B. 0.:
ThrouQh Tickets toned Iron Honolnln
rilKIUIIT .1l PsxK.'0KR lllKltf
?:,?il(:2 ',!. Montreal, Canada.
ft0"11! Winnipeg, Catlada
M. M. BTKKN Ban FrancPsco, Cal.
OMcl. HKOVVN. Vancouver. 11. 0.
Wilder's Steamship Go.
w. t:. ilium, Pre.. 8. 11. Kose. ore.
j Cam. J. A. Kinu, Port Bupl.
:r. :::... ; ".".."". n.iM
rahJeh' the" fo Hwl,," arrWSi
llllo at midnight. arriving at
. Dec. 7
Friday . . .
Returning leaves llllo, uiuclilng at l.au
, liahoehoe same day, Kawalhae a. m.; Ma
. hukoiia 10 a. M.; Makeua U.S.; Maulaea
, Hay li r. u.i Uhalua f. m. the following
. day; arriving at Honolulu tl a. m. Wednes
days and Baturdava.
AKKIVKB AT HONOLULU.
J li no 20
J line 30
. Oct. J
i Baturdav ..
Katurdav . .
, ." No Freight will I rwelvwl
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at a
r. m touching at Kahuhii, lluelo. lUim.
Hamoa and Kipahulu.
Iletumlng will arrive at Honolulu every
Sunday morning. '
No Frelirht will
lie re.wivnl slier
u. on tiy of sailing.
Consignees must be at the landings lo
receive their Frelirht, as we will uoUiold
ourselves resiKJiislhle after such Freight
has been lauded.
While the Company will use due dill-
Sence in handling Live Stock, we decline
j assume any responsibility In uax o( the
loss of same.
The Company will not be resiuunlble (or
Money or Jewelry miles- placed in the care
W. W. AHANA,
323 ITuuculM Otxavt.
EDgllstl, SCOtCu and AmerlMD Goods.
I Mle and Fit liimriiuli'i-d
('leaning tv. Kojistiriii
Hutuil Tele. 668. P. 0. Box 144.
IK) YEN KEE & CK).,
l Niiuiiuii HtriTi,
... . .
if inSniit-S. Plumbing. EtC.
,,u" J" any Hirl ol landing In llio
i !( KLIIY ami lll.ANI-W AUK
N. S. W.. and calling at Victoria. It. , I
Mow stated, via : !
From Victoria and Vancouver, B 0
for Suva and Sydney:
Stmr "Alt A WA"
to Canada, Onltad Statu d Europe
., , , . . , .'
uJZWl"l:Zr '"", "' I
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.,
AgenUor the UaurnUnn litntult
eightb annual meeting
Maui Racing Association
July 4, 1894.
Bices to Commence it to i. m. Sharp.
1st IIm'u "SI'KtZOKKLSVII.l.ti"
I'll USE, $?r..
Killiniiig Knee. ) Mile Daili.
for all II
iauaiiaii llred Horses.
M Knee -"WAIKAIT" ITHSK.
Yt Mll Hh.Ii. Fr,n
:id Km-e - VA I H KK " I'l' USI-
rrottiug and piiclug ti.. I Mil,.
Ileal-, lmi a In ft All hor-. lili n
record of 2t2ft or in-tler to go ?iTfTr..,.,.r
Ilh Itaco -"FvUL.V'I'L'HSK.IfiU.
Kunning Kace. S Mile Dash, for
Pouli". II hands or under in furry
ftl h Uaotr- -" W A I l.f K L " I'U ItSK.
Uuuuiug Itiicc. , .Mile and Iteprat.
Free forull lluwatmu II red llcin.o.
lUli Kmii UQUKKX MIslUOKA
LA XI" CVV. I'L'KSK,
I', Mil- )-li. Free
7th Itaco -"COU1XTHIAN" UAl'K.
un vim) rim -r
S1L hit CUI', r.
itiiiinlug Itace. I Mile Duh. Free for
alt Hawaiian llntl Horses, to be ridden
by Members of the Association.
8th Haeo-"THOTTIN'G and PAC -
I Mile Ueats best 2 iu 3 lo liiirnr.
Free lo all homes not having a re.
cord of 2:411 or better.
liilliuilig Itace. I Mile Hush. Fni
(or all HaMaliau llred Hcir-ci,
All Kntrlc to clo on TlltMtS.
DAY. June 21st. at 12 o'clock noon, iit tin,
otllcu of the Hawaiian Coiuimtrciul and
Sugar Co. Slure. Kahuliii. Kutry Fti lo
Im IUMjrcent of the Purse, unlci- oilier-
All Ituccs to
lie run or trotliil
the M i I IIai in..
under tin Ituli- ot
A"u i tins.
All lloroc not wilhdrjiwu b
Tueidii), July .id, at i. u'liock iiimii. ar'ti
hxkm'im1 tu start.
CA- All lloixc uri vH'fim to ap-i-nr
on the Track at the tajiof tin- Iwll
irom Hit- Jmlge'o Stand uilii-ruic th
will lie lined.
Iraud Staii'l litAlra,
(jiinrler Mretch lladge.
'sm eui ami l
M. T. LYONS,
ei,riitary Maui Itaciiig Axociiitlun
FOR SALE CHEAP
i Second-hand Family Carriage !
IU u if J. . IKIWHKTT.
I I.I. PAitl'lhS DKSIItlNU lot, ii III
J Wuiakfiikiia Falls iu .Milium Vallet
lire hereby rciiesleil to oblaln a ivriul
sioii from the undersigned, otherwise they
will be prosecuted for trespass It found on
the premises without such permission,
JAB. II. 110 YD,
at the Mud Olllce, Supreme Court lluild
iug. lloiiolulu. June 17 IHUl TAVll
CAPTAIN WILLIAM IIAVIKH. FOIt
V ' ! iw-lv era In ifimmainl of
"." " "'" " " "' riii." n
II.IAtl'lllll lalumla. lli-.l ol rxfrrpiicia.
Impilre at nllicc ol J S, Walker, over
ripreokels' lUuk, Fort street tli7-lf
Wednesday, June 18.
Committee of the Whole resumed
A motion to substitute "Council of
Stale" for "Advisory Council," wher
ever it appears, earned.
n0l, Lvman moved ati amendment
t(J mBkH-lhe fivo lnombe appointed
by the President include the Minis-
Coun. Watorhouso thought it was
time to call a halt. It was supposed
mat tuo bxecutive had carefully
considered this draft, and he did not
like to sua so many amendments
from motubors of the Executive. He
was opposed to having the Ministers
vote in the Council, nud moved the
soctioii pass as in the draft.
Del. Carter was opposed to (riving
the Ministers and one other ap
i pointeo of tho President one-fifth of
the power in the Council. The Coun-
oil was intended to be a chock on
the hxccutive. Ho thought ho:
ouulit no saw
undue jealousy of nower on the uart
of members. They should count a
great deal on a health j public
Del. Baldwin was opposed to mak
ing the President's appointees in
clusive of the Ministers.
Min. Smith offered a substitute
Del. Lyman's aiiiendiuout was lost.
Dol. Itnbortsou moved to add,
"Tho President shall Im ox-olllcio
President nf the Council." As it
stood the President had no standing
in tho Council. He has the power
of voto and should submit tho busi
ness ollorcd by the Hzectttive. It
would not look well to see Ministers
arguing on opposite sides iu the
Coun. AHimi opposod the latest
amendment. He took it for granted
the President would be the presiding
ollicer of the Council. It would give
the Ministers too much power to
give them a vote. Tho Council was
inlonded to be n help to the Cabinet.
Several members were on their
feet at once, Del. Cnrtor wanting to
get in a substitute amendment, and
others raising points of order.
Chairman Drown ruled out furthor
amendments until those in hand
were disposed of.
Coun. Emmeltitli said this whole
proposition Cries Oh, como ofllj
illustrated the trend of affairs.
Thero was the Minister of Finance,
a man of rtouxonahly radical 'ten
dencies, coming in to scoop the
whole business for the Executive.
Ho (laughing) did not like to see
men booting themselves into power.
Del. Tetiney's amendment to Miu.
Damon's amendment carried.
Del. Carter o lie rod an amendment
to tho amendment just carried.
Tho chairman ruled the motion
out of order.
Pres. Dole said the only course re
maining was to put tho chairman's
ruling to the house. This was done
and the chair was not sustained.
Del. Carter then moved a substi
tute to the scctiuu as amended.
i " tun
lhe chair ruled the motiou out of
ion lie v moved the sectmu
be referred to the Committee on
SrxTioN 2. The Council of State
1 ?'li ." Mifi auu appoiuloU Uur-
.... ... ...
ing the first session of the legisla
ture; and at each regular session
Teiim or Oitile.
Section- 'A. The term of office of
tho members thereof shall expire at
the end of each regular session of
tho Legislature held after their
V.U.tMI&S. How Filleii.
hi'tTio.s 4. acaucieH among the
elective members of the Council oc
curring betweou sessions of the
Legislature may tie filled by tho
Vacancies among tho appointed
members of the Council occurring
at any time, may be tilled by the
President with the approval of the
tJiAi.nn Aiioss or Mkmiieks.
Section fj. Persons who are eligi
ble to become elective members of
the Legislature, ami no other, shall
be eligible to lie elected by the
Legislature as member of thu
Del. Itobertsou asked if it should
not say which branch of the Legis
lature. Coun. Teniiey asked if the ap
I poiulive members were to lie subject
to the same rule of eligibility.
Pres. Dole moved to strike out
"by the Legislature," and insert "or
Mm, Dnmou thought the limita
tion inexpedient. The President
might desire the advice of men not
eligible for the Legislature.
Pres. Dole's niiieiidmi'iit carried.
Coiiii Kiiiiiieluih moved to substi
lute "Senate" for "Legislature." If
I hey were going to construct such
nu exulted itntiev to the Republic,
men tue great unwashed should txi
kept out entirely. (Laughter.)
The section passed as amended.
Poheii.s or the Cot'.vcit, or State
Section II. The Counoil of State
may, upon the request of the Execu
tive Council, appropriate publio
moneys, when, during the time in
tervening between the scssious of
Ihw Legislature, the emergencies of
' n-ar. Itivnm Inn. rnlut tin n, ihuu
(t'liuliiinrif on ilh ltit,)