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EVENING BULLETIN, MAEOH 5, 1890.
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THE OCEAN WAVE
V. S. S. HENNINCJTON UKl'AIITS l'OK
S.A. Alameda frm the ColonlesC D.
Bryant lor'the Count I'nnmcwi
Alone the Dock.
A quiet day In "the harbor.
The Martha Davis Is at the Hallroad wliarf
taking In sugar.
Tho Japanese fltoamcr will ro to I'uclfic
Mail wharf to discharge, after tlic Klo ilo Jan
To-morrow, Friday IIIrIi tide larpe,
I0..7J p m; high tide email, H:bl a ra; low tide
large, I!:!! J pm, lowtlde tmall, 5:'i!i,
Tlio ahlp Iroquois has hauled ahead, nlnng
fide the 8 X Castle, until after tho di-jinrturc
of the Alnmcdn. Tho Ahum-da Is taking in a
quantity of sugir and hamitins.
The bark (' 1) UrjRiif. which MlNI'nrSan
KrancUci) today, takes a caricn of 'JI,4'J.I bag
sugar, valued at f 1I0,'JG0'JI, and weighing
S,fUti,UT.'i lb or 1,484 0-b0 tons. She also
takes one passenger.
The U S S Bennington steamed out of the
harbor about 10:i0 this morning, bound for
San KranrUrci. There was much handker
chief va lug 'jv ladles ou the wli u ro. U lille
rteamlng out, she evcluinged signals with tlio
.damt, and blew her slun. Shu made a fine
appearance, and looked like a yacht.
The S S Alameda, Captain van Otereudorp,
sailed from Swlnuy Ktb 17, at !I:3(I p m; ar
rled nt Auekliintl on the 'JIM, at 3 p in; sail
cd from Auikland on the iftid, at H:5u u m;
arrived at Apia the yotli, at 11a mj sailed from
Apia on the -'01 li. at 4 p m; arrived at Hono
lulu, March 5, at 6 a m. lime of voj age! IT
days, 12 hrs, !10 m. Had Hue weather from
In Jauuary Scotch shipbuilders launched 1.1
vciisels, of li.t'i.T tons, as compared with II
Ycstcl, of iil.'.KH tons In January, Ib'Jo, and
lit em'K of IS.tl'J'.i tons In tho corresponding
mouth of IMH. Klcten, representing 15,111.1
tons, were Ucutuers, one, of 1100 tons, was a
sailing wssel, and one.of l'.'SO tons, n dredger.
To the total tho C'hilo contributed eight
steamers, of l!l,iy:j tons, and nno sailing ves
sel of 1100 tons; the Dee a steamer of HUO tons;
tho Tiiv n steamer ot 'M) tons, and tho l'ortll
two etiMiiicrs sf 1700 tons.
TnuKSlUT, March 5.
0 a 3 Alameda, Vou
Oterniierp, from the
Stmr Kaaln, Thompson, from Oahu ports.
Wedneaiiw, March 4.
Schr Ilcrtlo Minor, for San Kranelsco.
Stmr Walalealc, Gregory, for Kauai.
Tiiumiur, March 5.
If S S llcnnlngton, riginan, for Sail Frau-
Stmr I.ehua. e, for Honohlua, 1'ohaku
manu, Honouui mid Ilxkalau.
It M S S Alameda, Vau Otereudorp, for
S 8 ltln de Janeiro for Yokohama and
Hongkong at 5 p m.
Am bk C 1) Bryant, Jacobscn, for San
Tnt;nSDAT, March 5.
From tho Colonies, per stmr Alameda IteT
Father (ialllgnn, Mr Fletcher, Sir Ilrlttnn.Mr
S 11 Hooper, Mr W P Whitley and a stecrjge.
Tvr;nty-slx In transit.
Wednesday. March 4.
For Knpai, p 8,," JnniM Makce Mrs S
ForKaunl. j.r (tmr Raual-Mtrssrs Kcy
S1!: and Justus.
TtiuustiAY, Marin 5.
Tor bark C D llryant W E I'ettlngcr.
Ex S 3 Alameda Caruo ot general mer
c'nndlso consigned to W (1 Irwin it Co. J T
Watcrhousc, Lewis & Co, M W McChcsney &
Sons, II .Mitj A: Co, 1' O Camurluos, J tf Alur
gan, and E U lull Si Son. ,
Per bark C D llryant 24423 bags sugar,
value $110,200. 'Jl. Shipped as follows: It
Hackfcld A; Co, SS.OJS bags. T II Davits k
Co, 800 bau's.
Vi;aaKi,i in mier.
U S 8 Adams, Watson, San Francisco.
(Coas;ers not Inuluded In thb list.)
Her brk P.iut Isenbcrt,Wuhrmann,I.herpooI
Am ethr Alolw. U-tbel, S F.
Am M: Murtlm Dmh, SF.
Am schooner Carrier D.ive. llrant,NVtt castle. ,
Am Blir Alleo Cooke, Pcnh.dlow, Nuw(.a"etlo
Am slip Iroquois, Taylor, S F.
Schr Win Uden, 1'jeiein, N'einstle.
Am bkln Archer. Calhoun, 81'
llktn 8 N Calle, Hubbaid, 8 F
Am hk lloll'mvoml, Kulgbi. New Voik
Am whp.T II Urown, Magulre, Ntwcastlo
Am l)k Mohleiiu. yanndeis, 8 V '
h'lobk lluniliiletr. ltlee, Nuwcastlo
Xor bk Marg-irethe, rt'aulur, Nuwejatlo
HkAhlen ttwo, Potter, 8 F
Jap S b L'hloiU Mnru.Tlthlgawa, Yokohama
Where trom Due ,
Am bk Edward Muv....Hostou Due
vAWhinO 1'rt.irtfvuj.... Nee.ifllo.... Duo
VAm.bkdonoma (.Nejieattlo.... I)uo
, Ursf.ipKUell NtutAlstlo;... uo
'Grbk .Foxglove yt8tnl6y........T)no
Ambktn.lM(irimtli..IWSouna. .Feb 10
Am fehlp Hoauoke N 1,, Men 1
Am ship llonrj Viiard..N V Meh l
Aniship OccWeJltift.V ,v ',,.. . . Mch I
tier bk 11 lUekfjld 81' Mar 1
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A. V. G-EAR.
i,r.isii.iTuni: .in si:ssio.v.
Continued from 1st Page,
ttroly ho would
the military on
hrcvo nothing to
"minister Damon oiflogised Min
ister Coopor'a efforts in tho causo
of .economy, and told how ho had
bean hampored by influences
brought to boar on him which wero
beyond liis control. The Btato
mont of Senator McCandloss that
tho government reliod on tho
military was wrong, It roliod on
tho Bupport of tho people obtain
ed through administering n bettor
system of government in all of tho
departments. It was that which
insured tlio permanency of tho
government and not tho military.
Sonnlor McCandloss said thoro
would liavo to bo a reduction in
tho present forco to keep it with
in tho limits of tho S13G,000 rec
ommended. Ho claimed tho ex
penditure was necessary, saying;
"As long ns wo have tho army wo
linvo o uso for . it. but without
it we might as well shut up shop."
Tho Senator then proceeded to
explain the report of tlio commit
tco and was about to read some
data concerning tho salaries now
being paid to the military when
Minister Coopor interfered with
tho Htatomont that tho figures bo
longed to tho Foreign Oflico and
wore merely given to tho commit
too out of courtesy and not for
Senator AVatorhouso maintain
ed that any figures or data which
una coino into tlio nanus ot a
committeo belonged to tho Senate
Ilo protested against the secrecy
sought to bo maintained. This
was a public mattor, tlio public
hud a right to know what salaries
wero being paid nnu how its
money was being spent.
Senator McCandiess suggested
his favorite hobby again an exe
cutive session but tho Senate
wanted tho linures read and
Minister Coopor withdrew his
objection. Tlioyworo as follows:
Colonel S 250
Lii'ittonant Colonel fiO
Acting Quarter Master. . 100
Commissary Sergeant. . . 75
Ordnanco Sorgennt 70
Drum Major 30
Ouo Japanese 15
Total for lieadtjuartors. $ 750
Two 1st Lieutenants ....
Two 1st Sergeants
Eight Duty Sergeants.. .
Forty-four Privates at S30
Thirty-one " at $35
Clothing Allowance. . . .
Cooks, Waiters, Ac ,
Total 2 ito"uiar 6
Tim recommendation of tho
committee was iinully adopted by
a voto of 5 to -I.
Tho items for the Bureau of
Public Instruction, togothor With
tho roport of tho Committeo on
Education thereon, wero then tak
Minister Damon 'explained for
Senator Wright tho. 'duties oxpect
ed of tho deputy" Inspector nnd
school agont nt Honolulu.
Tho items of S3G00 for Haltiry of
deputy-inspector and school agont;
clerk and secretary S3G0O; mes
senger and book clork 1200 wore
Over tho item of $38-1,000 for
the support of English, Hawaiian
and Common schools pay roll, a
Minister Damon did. not yield
to anyone in his desiro to spo tho
Board of Education have nil tho
funds thoy required to run the
schools. The great fault with tlio
school sjMotn, however, in his
oTnmion was tho absenco of n nro-
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"? njmu guiim wuuiii 01
snhnn toiinlinrn. 'I'luir. tlinrn
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WHS IIHiro 01' I0SH lllVOril-
ism shown ill fixing tllO
I C,lnriLis Jfo tlinui'lit tlin nnm--
' HinriLH. 110 llioigllt UIO OllOl-
' moils pay roll of tho 1-1GG people
jn tho 0lnj,0y 0f t10 1Jon).a o
r, , . ' i, , . . ,
Education could bo vory material
Jy reduced by a proper system of
grnding. Until that was done the
i ofi-lyway to do was to allow tho
j Board u "certain fixed sum and
forco them to keep within its
limits. Ho was opposed to giving
tno Moan! ot Juitu-atiou ouo sinine
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Steomere ot tho abovo Lino runniug in cwanootlon with tho
OAKADIA3ST PAOI1TIC RAILAT
Botwon Yanoouvec, B.iO., nnd Sydney, N. S. W., nnd cnlling nt Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (l'iji),
-AJRB DUE .A.T EC03STOXjTTIJ,b:
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney stnil Suth, for Victoria nnd
VnnoouTor. II. O.I
Stmr "WARMMOO" March 14
Btmr "MIOWEKA" April 15
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United States and Europe.
toeioiit and rAsqcNonit aoents:
D. MoNiooltj, jMontrcnl, Onnndn.
llonEUT Kehm, "WinntpOR, Onnndn.
M. M. Steks, Snn FrnuciBCo, Onl.
G. MoL. 13nowN, Vnncouver, B. O.
Sonalor Brown protested against
tho whole syoloin ol lavontism
carried on bv tho Board of Edu
cation. It wns well known that
tho undeserving teachers got big
ger salaries than tho deserving
and hardworking ones. Under
tho monarchy tho Board of Edu
cation had boon a kingdom within
n kingdom. Under tlio Republic
it was a smnllor ono within tho
larger. Ho was almost in favor
of inserting a rider on tho school
appropriation requiring n proper
system of grading tho salaries of
school teachers at once, or else of
placing tlio school dopartment
under tho direct control of ono of
Tho motion to nllow tho sum of
838-l,000 as asked for by tho com
mitteo was lost, and tho itom pass
ed as in tho bill at SSGO.OOO. m
Other items passed as in tho
bill: Additional support of Eng-
Hsu, Hawaiian nnu common
Schools for tho year 1897 $12000,
salaries of school agonts $1500.
Under tho head of Forests and
Nurseries tho itom of $1800 for
tho pay of commissioner provoked
somo discussion, it being an in
crease of $1200 ovor tho last ap
propriation, but it passed by a
voto of G to 3. Tho itom of $5000
for Professor Koobolo's salary
was passed; also pay of gardener
$20-10; pay of forcstor, Mnkiki,
This ended tho items of tho
main appropriation bill and on
motion of Senator Brown it was
referred to tho Committeo qn En
rollment and Revision.
Senator Brown moved that tho
appropriation bill from current
receipts bo placed on tho order of
tho day for tomorrow.
At 11:-15 tho Sonato adjourned.
HOUSE OF ltKritEbENTATIVES.
Eop. Bond, aflor routine busi
ness this morning, presented a
resolution to tho effect that, tho
Advisory Council having abolish
ed tho uso of tho titlo "Ilonor
ablo" in addressing the Ministers
nnd oven tho President, members
of this IIouso should' bo addressed
by no other titlo than "Represent
ative." Rep. Winston thought tho titles
proper, thoro was nothing legal in
Rop. Richards moved to post
pono tlio resolution. '
Rep. Ilanuna hod bocomo so
accustomed to using tho titles
that if tho resolution passed, ho
would bo found continually trans
gressing. Finally a law would
havo to bo passed imposing a fino
for uttering tlio word "honorable."
Tho resolution droppet for want
of a seconder '
Chief Justico Judd by loiter
presented printed copies of tho
.Judiciary Department. Adjourned
Tho Very Kinost
Blr1aBi"ated .-. Hetrtg
C01110 and boo our
From Victoria ami Vancouver II. V., to
Suva nnd Sydnevl
Stmr "MIOWEPA" March 0
Stmr ' WAltltlMOO" April 7
C2P T"or FrclRht nnd Pnssngo nnd nil
Gcncrnl Information, npply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
ARents for tho Ilnwniinn Islands.
i Mail h
OcGiflental & Orieutal Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG
Stenmore of the nlxrvo Companies will
call nt Honolulu on their wny to the
nbovo ports on or about tho following
Stmr Uclfiic March 28, 1890.
For SAN FRANCISCO:
Stenrncrs of tho nbovo Companies -will
cnll nt llonolnlu on their wny from
Hongkong mid Yokohnmn to tho nbove
port ou or about tho following dntcs:
SlmrGnelic April '0,1890,
Rates of Passage are as follows:
IUMA. Cnbin S1G0.00
Cabin, round trip, d
Cnbin, round trip, 12
European Steerage.... 85.00
ESTPnisenpcrB paying full fnro will bo
nllowed 10 percent off return fnro it ro
turning within twelve months.
C2T"For Freight nnd Pnssngo npply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Illlen Steamship Go's
0 . L . WIGHT, Prcs . 8. 1). HOSE, See .
Cnpt. J. A. KING, PortSupt.
Will leave llonolnlu nt 10 a. m., touching at
Lnhnina, Manlaen Bay and M kena tho
sauio day; Mnbukonn, Kuwnilmo nnd Lnu
pnhoohoo tho following day, arriving at
Ililo tho same evening.
LEAVI8 IIONOIUr.U. AIIHIYE8 HONOLULU.
Friday, liar 111
Tuesday,.... Mar 21
I'riilay Apiil .T
Tuesday, . . ..April 14
Tuesday Mnr 10
Friday, Mar 20
Tuesday Mar .11
Friday, April 10
Iteturning, will leavo Ililo at 1 o'clock
l'. M., touching nt Laupahoehoo, Miihu
koua and Kuuaihna sauio day; Mukeua,
Mialnen Hay and Lahnina tho following
day; nvriviug at Honolulu tho afternoons
of 1 uodday and Fridays.
EjoyKo Freight will be received after
12 noon ou day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday nt 6i M.,
touching nt Knhului, 1 1mm, Hamoa nud
Klpalnilu, Maui. Jlcttuuiug arrives at
Ilonaluln Hnndny mornings.
Will call at Nun, Knupo, on second trip
of enoh mouth.
fifflf No I''roiR!it will bn received nfler
l". m, ou day of builing.
Tliis Company will rcsorves the right to
make ohuucit iu tlio time of dcpartuio nnd
arrival of its btcamois withont notice and
it will not bo responsible) for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
CouMguies must be at the Landings to
rcceivo their Freight; tliiH Company will
not hold ithclf icbpousiblo for freight niter
it has heen landed.
Live Stool; only nt owner's risk.
This Company will not bo icspousiblo
(or Money or Valuables of passougers
unless placed in tlio care of Pursers.
Fa-congers 1110 requested to purchase
tickets bvfiuo embarking. TliOhQ fulling to
do so will bo subject to an additional
chnrgo of twenty-live por cent.
CousoMaM Soia Water Co., L'i
Corner Allen & Fort Sis., Honolulu.
ED. A. "WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Fdrniture Warerooms-
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Rent' "'
Undertaker and Embalmer,
Tombstones and iiNJContimeiits.
Ilcsldcnco nnd Night ToI.r8lfl.
Wk'hk What Wk Adveutisi: -and
Just as Repkkskntkd.
Wo arc Pacemakers on
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nud Fino Al Stool Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of the Ocennio Stenmship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Aucldand on or about
April 2, 1896.
And will leavo for tho nbovo port with
Mails and Pnneengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceouio StcnmBjiip Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or nbout
March 12, 1896,
And will hnvo prompt despatoh with
Mails and Pwstiengors for tho above, ports.
Tho uudoraigued nro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
iu tho United States.
"For further particulars regnrdinR
Froight or PuBsaKO npply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
General A cents.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Mnr. 1(1, 1800..
Apiil 13, 1890.
for S. P.
..Mnr. 21, 1800
..April 15, 1800
From Snn Francisco From Sydnoy for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Oceanic SteamshiD Co.
Monowai, Mnr. 12, '00 Maripoin,Apr.2,'90
wTo! T. D. LUNCH ROOM
For LadlcH unci Gentlemen,
At 111 KhiR street.
37I.UNCit vkom 11:30 a.m to 1:30 v. m
Our attrnctloiia are liomc-mnile food, a
cool neat room and atUfucory attendance,
Table-a la carle.
ZING STEEET, Tel. 179.
yo make a Specialty of Shoes. - -'"-,'
It's our business. ' ' v
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Wo propose to give more .' j
Value, Stylo and Comfort " '
Than anybody else can or will.
Mclncrny's Shoe e,
405 Fort Street, f'
Fifteou years' oxporiouco and all
NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
W. B. RILEY.
Leavo orders at Sanders' Ex-
ress oflico, King Street, Jiear
Tort. Tolophono 8G.
H. J. NOLTFi, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Goffee
at ali, nouns.
TnE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My S10.00 Until Tubi, lined with boat
quality, No. 10 zinc, 0 in. Pipo, (Jlutin nnd
l'luj,', with wood lim nil complete. Other
dculurs mo dumfouniled, ami resort to all
uutmicr of Tricks and Kxctibcs.
Po not deceiveil, thewo Hath Tubij hrvo
been Hold for 514 until I rodnred tho prion,
I nm prepurod to do all work in my lino
uud gunrnutto satisfjetiou'. I'.Btimutcti fur
If you want a Rood Job cheap for Cash,
ring tip Telephone 841, nud I urn your
JAS. NOTT Jr,
TiiiBiuitli .V: ri(imher
A. S. Humphreys.
ATTOENEY AT EAW.-
Office i Knnhuninnu street.
Miss D. Lamb.
LAWYERS' CLERK AND.-f .
NOTARY PUBLIC. . ;1 ,
cont ovor tho
amount asked for in
,0, Telephone 250,
No. 009, Klug St.
Oflloos With J. A. Morooii.