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MVMNINO HUIjIjUTIN, AUGUBT 10, 1805,
SI; Euet?lr?$ Bulletin,
Willi ulilrh I Itiriirimrnlril tlm
DANIEL LOQAN, Editor.
SATUHDAY, - AUO, 10, 181)5.
Oivu HoproHontntivo Itoborlson
& mark of merit for blocking tho
Tailroiuliug of leRialntion.
Says an oxclmnyo: Jnpun ling
taken Fortnosn, England hits taken
Brnziliau Trinidad, Hawaii bits
taken Fronou Frigato Shoals, and
so tho island powers of tlio world
go on grabbing islands as if it
veto au insular mania,
On tho whole, Minister Damon
fairly justified tho purchase of
tho Bishop promisoa for high
school purposes. Thoro is roally
neod for a public high school, and
rho property in available on ex
tremely favorable torms.
Ono of several citizens who huvo
congratulated the Bulletin on the
stand it has takon on tho Spalding
cable scheme said this morning:
"Tho cable scheme is not a busi
ness proposition, and I think there
ib something serious behind it."
An illustrated descriptivo arti
olo on tho recent improvements
inaugurated by the Young Mod's
Christian Association, from the
pen of Gcorgo ManBon of the
Bulletin's staff, appears on tho
first page. This will be followod
by fsimilur articles by tho same
writer on public and private in
stitutions, businoss firms and en
terprises, and notos of travel
throughout the islands.
To adopt the suggestion of Son
ator McCandless by occupying
the only public recreation ground
in Honolulu with n school would
bo a grave mistako as well as a
broach of faith with thoyoung men
of tho town. The Makiki reserva
tion is tho only public playground
in Honolulu,and it is highly appre
ciated, not only by local devotees
of fiold sportB, but by both Am
erican and British naval mon for
bjsabnll and criokot.
H. H. Allon is posing on tho
Coast as still a dotective for tho
Hawaiian Government. Seven days
before tho mail closod ho wob "on
to" six gatling guns on tho wuy
to Pugot Sound for shipment to
the royalists of Hawaii. Is tho
Govemmont paying MoEvoy and
Allen to work up scares to order
for justifying its extravagant mi
Aooording to the Call, the Pa
cific Oablo Company of San Fran
cisco are much ploased at tho no
tion of the Hawaiian Government.
They think it nill have the oflbot
of hastening Congress to grant a
franchise to a United States cor
poration, and also orovido a sub
sidy for the cable. In tho liBt of
mttmlwrs of the company tho
name of Z. S. Spalding does not
appear. Tho Government might
destroy the good offoot of its
aolion alroady takon by commit
ting itsolf to Col. Spalding's
It is reported that tho House
will defeat the High Sohool bill
because of an idea tluit nativo
ohildren are to be oxcludod from
tho institution. This idoa has
never been officially broached
and, if it is correct, tho bill ought
to bo killed. If tho late
Mrs. Bishop had entertainod a
iiroinonlllnti wlitlo ulivo tlint li
ulioitld over ho proponed lo dovoto
tills pioooof liir properly lo noliool
purpOKOA, with children of hor
own blood (U'hnrrod from tho priv
ileges, she would dotibllesa have
osloppod Hitch n proposition by
tho en mo will under which havo
been founded the noble prlvato
nohools for llawniians which
crown tho slto of tho capital.
Ilccord r the l'orl)--nliitli Day' Pro
Tho Ronato ciinio to ordor nt
the usual hour.
Senator Brown offered a resolu
tion allowing tho clerk 3fi days In
which to write up tho minutes of
tho session or havo them type
Tho Attorney-General offered a
substitute for tho Joint Annex
ation resolution. It expresses tho
same sontf monts in moro ologant
and fastidious phraseology.
Tho bills appropriating 32,600
for tho purohaso of tho Bishop
premises passed tho third read
ing, Senators Brown, McCandless
and Wright voting no.
A communication was recoivod
from tho President containing the
nppointmont of Messrs. FT J.
Lbwroy, L. C. Abies and H. M.
Von Holt as membora of tho com
mission to invostigato tho liquor
Senator Lyman roportod that
tho Library Exemption Act, tho
bill appropriating $3000 for legis
lative expenses and the inilitury
bill bad boen presented to tho
President for his signaturo on
Minister Hatch roported that
tho cablo contract had not yjt
beon signed, a littlo matter of do
tail which would bo fixed up dur
ing the day having intervonod.
Tho Senate then adjourned.
After half an hour's waiting
tho few members of tho Houso of
Representatives who wero prosont
at tho opening hour sucooeded in
gotting onougli members together
to form a quorum, tho object
being to pass the threo bills in
troduced by the Government, re
pealing tho former legislation on
tho cablo mattor. This wnB dono
in short ordor aftor the quorum
was secured, and tho Houso thon
adjourned to Monday.
Another Ijcllaiil Dnuce.
Tho Loilaiii Boat Club evident
ly intends to bo on hand at tho
regatta next month. Tho Club
had a meeting last night and in
ordor to provido for training ox
penses it deoidod to givo a dance
next Wednesday evening at In
depondonco Park. A oomraittoo
of D. Kawnnanakoa, Gcorgo
Smithies and Ed Stiles will con
duct tho affair.
Tho Club's last dance was such
a thorough Buooess that folks may
look forward with pleasure to this
one. Several prominont society
ladies have already signified thoir
intention of assisting tho boys.
Tho program will be made as in
teresting ns possible and the
merry round of dunces will bo
interspersed with a pleasant variety
of instrumental and vocal selec
tions, which will give a rest oc
casionally betweon dances.
Now Chinese Theater.
Fong Wong Mau & Co. havo
leased tho projootod Chinese
theater, for which a building por
mit was issued aB stated to the
Uoueo of Boprosontutivos by tho
Ministor of tho Interior. Tho
building will bo on the cornor of
King and Kamakela Btroots, op
posite to the othor Chinoso
theater. It will bo opened by
the lessees on November 14. Ab
they havo to pay a license foe
of $5.00 for ovory porformanco,
and there aro often two perform
ances a day, the Governmont will
derivo u rovonuo bsidos faxeB
from tho thoater of $175 to $250 a
month. Tho neighbors will derivo
"musio" from it.
Customs officer Charley Thura
ton wears a feather in his hat to.
day. Ho cupturod a Chinoso in
tho not of loaving tho Bolgio with
six tins of contraband opium.
Unlit? Hiti)Nii ArrrklMl,
It, Dniloy, well klKHUI ill
Honolulu iih n Ihimlrloil tnunnKor,
plncod tho Durrani horror nn I'm
boards of the Alcnr.ar thoalor,
Han Francisco, undor tho title,
"Tho Orimo of tho Conlnry."
In tho midst of n performance
hlmsolf and his playots were
nnostod for contempt of court.
Thu heavy villain had just snokou
his Much, "lloro coino do cops,"
when iiiHtoiid nf utiijin policoinen,
whoso cuo tho words noro, n
posse of Chief Crowloy'a blue
coatod geutry appeared on tho
ncono and porformed thoir duty
in presouoo of tho audlonco. Tlio
women inoludlng tho dunsouso
Josio GuBsman had to go us woll
as tho men. They woro roleased
on $2000 bonds in open court.
I'or the Orient.
Tho following are booked to
loavo for tho Orient on tho City
of Poking: A P Happor, Mr and
Mrs G P Wildor, Siegfried Mar
cuso, Mrs W H Clark, Miss L-iy-ton,
Mrs Myers, Mrs M A Fiold,
Mrs McCully Higgius and Miss
Tho Woodward trial is still on.
Don't mies Tho Timo to-day.
It's a dandy.
The Poking will likoly remain
horo four or five days.
Captain Thompson of tho Un
knowns says ho has a sure thing
on today's game.
Sam. Dowsett got oil' a good
pun last night, whon he said,
"That is tho 'littlo magnet' lift
ing tho 'railroad mngnato," re
ferring to tho hoist Miss Abbott
guvo Mr. Dillingham.
Miss Annio May Abbott will
repeat bor performance again
tonight. In order that everyone
may have a ohanco to attend, tho
admission fee bus been -roduced
to fifty conts, with no extra ohurgo
for reserved seats.
Justico Frear with strong por
suusion consented to stand on
Miss Abbott whon she was laid on
two chair backs in an alleged
cataloptio state. It was remarked
that tho judgo had often sat upon
cases, but this was tho first time
ho ever stood upon ono.
Tho Bov. Arohibald MoLein.
Sooretary of thetForeign Christian
Missionary Sooioty of tho United
Btatos, who is making u tour if
tho world, will preach in Harmo
ny Hall tomorrow, Aug. 11th. at
11 n. m. and 7:30 p. m. All who
desire the wolfuro of Zion should
Jas. -F. Morgan.
On Monday, August 12, 1895,
At 10 o'clock A. M.,
nt the etoro ot O. E. WILLIAMS & SON,
on King atroet, I will tll to tho highest
bidder without reserve the following t.rtl
I Steinway Grand Piano,
I Fine Fisher Upright Piano,
And Yis.no Stoola.
1 UPRIGHT SHOW CASE
Elegant Koa Book Case.
1 Fine Sideboard Refrig
erator, Bedroom Sots, Varlor Sets,
Wicker Choirs, Tables, llair
Mattreisos, etc., Mirrors, Oil
Pointings, Water Colors, Up
riOTURE AND CORN CE MOULDING,
RDGS, MATTING, Ere, Etc., Lto.
4 H.P. Horizontal Engine,
ONE HORSE DART.
All to be Mold. No Ketone.
James P. Morgan,
Most people make (heir wills
before they die, unci some of
them arc great curiosities in
their way. Among the many
curious lcg&?ies made lately is
that of a Christiana man who
directs that his whole fortune
shall be expended in bicycles.
A Norwegian newspaper which
does not give itself up to the
comic element relates that a
Dutch lawyer, named Nikolson,
bequeathed the whole of his
property to trustees, to be em
ployed m the purchase of bicy
cles for the use of children at
tending school, while part of
the money is to go towards
paying the teacher to train the
boys in bicycle riding.
The validity of the will has
been disputed by the sons of
the testator, who refuse to ac
knowledge it, so that it is still a
question of doubt whether the
children will reap the benefit
of the strange bequest. That
the testator was sincere enough,
and that he recognized in the
wheel untold blessings which
might have escaped the ob
servation of minds of less
acumen, the concluding portion
of the will should go to prove.
It says :-
1 have always found a bi
cycle capital protection against
the importunity of those
people who persist in stopping
you in your walk to spin a long
yarn in the hot sun or in the
biting east wind. My machine,
unlike a horse, nevershied once;
and in my drives I have had no
need to intrust life and limb
to the tender mercies of a
Now that lawyer had good
hard, solid sense and plenty of
it, in fact, a good deal more of
it than most lawyers are credit
ed with, and yet not more than
many boys and girls in Hono
lulu have, for are there not
many of the latter who are
spending their whole fortunes
in purchasing a bicycle and they
are wise in spending their
money on something that will
give them their money's worth
The bicycle of the Khedive
of Egypt is a gorgeous ma
chine, almost entirely covered
with silver plating but if anyone
wants a duplicate of it we can
furnish it, or if something
"English you know" is wanted
we can supply similiar ma
chines to those used by the
Prince of Wales' boys and girls,
all of whom are expert riders.
But for common every day
people like those who reside in
Paradise, we mean the Hawaii
an Paradise, the Monarch is
the machine to buy. It gives
you better value for the money
than any other make, and we
can furnish it in any style and
price. We have received by
the Australia the largest con
signment of wheels ever brought
I to the islands, and also a
complete line of extra fittings.
If any portion of a Monarch
wheel gets broken or out of
order we can replace it at a
moment's notice at factory
Mr. T. V. King, who arrived
by the same steamer, will have
charge of the mechanical depart
ment of our bicycle business.
Hislarge experience in that line
enables us to guarantee satisfac
tion in all work entrusted to
Tiie Hawaiiu Hardrcn C. Ltd.
. . . . SUNDAYS.
Trains Mill lent u Honolulu nt H.lfin.m , nml
1:1.') ji.ni. Ituliirnliiif willnrrlvu In Honolulu
at !I:I1 p.m. unci 5:.Yi p.m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class .$1 75
2nd Class, 1 25
F. C. Smith,
Oon'l Pans, anil Tiokot Agent.
E. B. THOMAS,
CONTUAOTOR AND BUILDER
SFEfltiinttto8 givon on nil
kiwis of Stoi.0, Urick nud Wood
work. King street. 47-tf
$5.00 Per. Week.
THREE Olt FOUR PEOPLE CAN BE
accommodated with excellent board In a
prlvato family; apply nt 84 ilcrcUnla street.
ON THE NIGHT OF AUOU8T 7t,
between tlio residence of Paul Ncumnnn
on King street and J.I. DohscII's, Palama, a
lady a broad gold hair comb. Leave at this
olllco and prt reward. 73-lw
DUUING MY AU3ENCE ON KAUAI
during the next two month all orders
lor ml.k or wood from Walanau Itanch will
bavu tiie careful attention of Mr. Schlolesor
who will beat the ranch olllco to receive
telephone messages from G.IW to 8 i m. All
orders for cither milk or wood will be
D. P. R. ISENBERG.
WHEN you place a morlgogo on your
koinestoad you want to see somo way of
pitying otf that mortgage and clearing your
property. Monthly paymouta in the 1. B.
& L. Absu. not only pay your interest but
also pay ofT your mortgnge.
Office Hours: J 8:30 to 0.30 a. m.
j 4 to 5 r. m.
Chamber of Commerce Itooms,
A. V. GEAR,
EbTABLISHED IN 1858.
BISHOP & COMPANY,
-: KANKKIts, :
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands:
Transact a goneral Banking and Ex
chauco Business. Loans matlo on approved
security. Bilis discounted, Commercial
credits granted. Deposits received on cur
ront account subject to cheok.
J.ottors of crodit ibsued on tho principal
cltios of tho world.
Agonts of Tho Liverpool, London and
Ghbu Insurance Company.
11 thoso who huvo tho privilege of a
lot ill the R . rnttinli. ..-i,,,.,.,,,.,! ..
kilHtlv invited to lm nmunl of on!. I
cravoyard noxt Tuesday, Aug . 13th, at
10 o'clock a. m ,
67-lw F. VALENTIN.
ON ACCOUNT OF DEPARTOItE, N B
Sachs requests all outstanding accounts
duo to bo pnid before August 15th. All ac
counts duo and not paid before that time
will handed for collection.
N. 8. SAOHS.
68-lw August 6, 1895.
I nm now prepared to Move FazuitttTO
in bolter shapo than any other e' en-,
conoora iu tho city, as I Uoto a WAr Jl'
largo enough to movo a whole hoasoinU
of Furnituro ut one load.
I havo tho latest PIANO MOVING
APPARATUS and guarantee to movo
Piuuos without scratohing, to any part ot
the uity for $2.80. I am a rustler and
dou't caro who knows it; am always to
bo found at my Stand,
Cor. Nuuanu & King Streets,
fJTKrl move my Furniture SO FAST
that it makes my competitors SWEAT
to even look at mo.
Yours for Business only,