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8 S ASI.OUX 1HO.TI rOHTI.AND AH
RIVF.U THIS fllOBNING.
Tenet (.raving Today Paiiengers
for Hiuinl,ITInil, nnd Hawaii
Other Marine Item.
The Morning Star Is unloading licr stone
ballast at Soreiivon'a xxlmrf.
On account of neccMary repairs to tlio
machinery, tlio Kuena did not (all jtslcr
day. Tlio steamer Knuat discharged part ol her
cargo Into thu schooner Win Uoxxdcn this
Tho C UFiink, which sailed for Kahtilul
today, will load sugar nt that port for Si.li
The 8 S Aslouti, Cipt Murray, arrlcd this
morning, nlmut In duvs from I'ortlitid. Sho
reports fair xt wilder during tlio ttlp
Tho (li rman hark Orient hat cleared for
"Hongkong th a caign of old Junk, etc.
She also tukc V Chilieu paiwetigers.
ToMoimow, Wednesdaj High tide large,
1:00 inn; high tide small, I.JA pm.lou tide
large, 7.05 pin; low tide small, 7.47 am.
An F.nglish sea captain named Jackson Is
trying to ralxe funds for an txploiatlon of
the tiuitl nt pasngi to China and Amerka,
to see w liPthcr It can he made prnetltahlo fur
iiiurclmnt u--ii? If ihi iim foriifhlp
cannot he ohtalntd tic will start out next
summer In his J? foot sailing boat, the
bailors on (Jcrmon vessils ohsi rvo more
holldnje than thuc (tying the llrllish Hag.
Ilcsldcs tho Smidins, sajs Captain Kebelje,
of the Arthur rilger, lhcyhao one holiday
at Chrl'tmae and one the day following; one
at New Years, uue on the Wedmsda before
Ka'lcr l)nx, one on (lood Frldavaud on lint
Ja Known as tmcii lliuitdu); the day before
it, one on Fa tti 1)j ami the dux loltoultig,
ono on the Alnml-i alter the sixth Sunday
after Fatter nnd one on the list Wednesday
in Noxcmbrr xildui Is called Muss and lieth
tugor Ihauksglvlng I)ij all oxer the (!er
Tuesday, March !!1.
S 3 Aslaim, Mnrraj, fioni I'oriland.
TunsnAY, March 24.
l'k Or'nt, Christiansen, for Hongkong.
UKtn U C Funk, Challrstou, for Kahultil.
Stmr Klnnu, Clarke, lor Maul and Hawaii.
..Hkt'n Archer, Culhouu, hirtuu Frau.'lsco.
Stnir Ctaudlnc, Cameron, for Muni, at
Stmr W'alalcale, Gregory, for Eleelc and
Stmr Kuuul, Hruhn, for Makaxvi.ll, Wal
men and Ixi kalm.
Per ' .iii.i .t ,-t Mm Kxa Klllot,
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahula, Mar 2fl
Mhsd'tihdell, B Strchzaud xxllc. Mis Uheln,
J Ktnelrn. Miss M Haualkl, W 11 like, Jr.,
and 14 deck.
For Maul and II an nil, per stmr Klnnu, Mat1
24 Volcano: O A liters, (1 ( Beers, Mrs E
W Pratt, MrsW I) CornWi, Mlm Cornish,
Mrs Kiltmim, Miet F Ilronu, MIss.M ilroun,
Joseph K Brow n, O U Spalding, DVWaldron,
CO iliuiit. WColi, l)r J li liuurest, ON'
lialclxx in and xxllu. Mr J 1) Coins. W'a.x
ports: 11 Foeke, J Wise, Mrs foussalnt, tl
J-jman. P Peck, It It Hind mid wife, M
McCaun.'W Horner, C (taker, Kev Woo Yen
Sow and Cliaui Kim.
Kx S S Asloun Caigo ucncral inerclian-dl.-tc,
to xarloun ciiuslgutcs.
Per hk Orient Cnriro of gercral mdc, old
Iron, shipped bj Wing Wo Chan, Kworig
Hip Lung. Ylck blng, lung Mow, bIhk Lnxv,
anil Lcong Ylck Value foreign produce
b4.V, domestic 5
Per hktn Aicher 1,144 hagssugnr. Value,
?'J4,HS0.'J? fclilmnct us follows: M4S bags.
F A Pilincfer & C; Stmt bats, T 'I Daxlcs A
Co; 10,111(1 bags, C Brewer rt: Co; lSbObngs,
Cistle ix: Uooku.
in ii 1 1: i m.jri: cotutr.
A I'milliliiillii liliitu In I.llix o Ilio
In tho District Court this morn
ing bpforo Jwlgo do la Vorgno,
tho case of .Too Dins, nrrested for
fast nnd furious driving, wis con
tinued until March 2Gln.
Loong Ghing Koo, who was
convicted somo timo ngo on tho
charge of footbinding nnd whoso
sontonco was suspended, wns
brought beforo tho Court nnd
given to undcrHlnnd that sentence
would bo pronounced on him ono
week front Mmch 2dth providing
ho did not leave the country iu
Three out of nine Chincso
gamblers pleaded guilty and were
lined 10 each and costs. Tho
others woro discharged.
Knmokn and Kamali pleaded
guilty of assisting to maintain
nnd f conduct a chofa game and
had 'their 6ontonccs fiusponded to
boo How much money tlinir friouds
will raise towards pnying thoir
JCnno nnd Mnkukn plondcd
guilty of soiling liquor without a
liceiipo during ono week last past
nnd particularly on March that,
nnd at the request of tlio prosecu
tion their HnntoncoH woro also buh
ponded till moved on.
S, J), JWnIiiolo, who is up for tho
hiiiiki (ill'oiiKo but out on boiuls,
will havo bin trial on tho 27tli.
m Mil ii --
Htlll H$m nn, (liutmiiilli) fiUtW'
HJIIU jUQltiMl Ht Vnll, KinliolH
i,r.r.isiiATuni: i si:ssiox.
Coit?it(f(l from 1st J'age.
has boon made, nocd not bo dwelt
In connection with this subjoct,
your committeo would drnw at
tention to tho fnct that tho prac
tice of nidiug private schools with
funds from tho public treasury
has recontly boon by law discon
tinued, anu tho nmount thus sav
ed, amounting to tho sum of about
$18,000 annually, may justly bo
considered ns legitimately availa
ble for tho purposo of extending
tho public schools nnd increasing
As will bo soon from tho roport
of tho Board, many of tho presont
school houses nro over-crowded
and tho nuinbor of children with
in school ago Btill unprovided for,
is oslimaled to bo upward of 800.
As rolnthiR to tho now
itom of SI1G00 for Doputy
Inspector and School Agont, by
roforenco to tho report of tho
13oard it will appear that tho in
crease in tho nunibor of schools
and the number of pupils attend
ing them, has boon so groat of
lato years na to placo it boyond
tho capacity of a singlo inspector
to give them proper, attention.
Tho petition from Kauai for an
inspector for thitt island nlono
may bo takon as ovidoncn of tho
public opinion on this point.
Conclusion: Your committeo
appreciafo tho necessity of guard
ing in every direction against an
extravagant or wasteful expenditure-
of tho public funds, but thoy
do not believe that tho brunt of
tho burden of economizing should
bo thrown upon the Educational
Dopartmont, nor that its oflicors
should bo hampored in thoir en
deavors to carry out tho provisions
of tho law. Expansion and ex
tension should bo tho rulo in this
direction rather than contraction.
Tho members of tho Board of
Education devote a largo amount
of timo to thu dischargo of tho
public duties impobcd upon them,
and servo vvithfmt compensation.
We ipcnmmcud that tho items
pass as follows:
Salary of Inspector
General S 0,500
b alary of Deputy In
spector Gonoral... . 3,600
Salary of Clerk and
Salary of Mossonger
nnd Book Clerk.... 1,800
Support of English
nnd Hawaiian and
pay roll 395,d00
Salaries School Agents 4,500
(Signed by Hops. Bond, "Win
ston and Pali.)
Tho committee, having beeu in
structed by tho House to prepare
a substiluto section requiring
ovory male person over 15 yoars
coming into tho country to re
gister immediately on landing,
submitted tho following:
"Section 2. It shull bo the du
ty of every poison liable to regis
tration under this Act to register
in accordance with its terms on or
beforo tho first day of August A.
D. 1890, and ovory male person
ovor tho ago of fifteen years there
after coming into the Republic
shall register immediately upon
landing. Each such person Bhall
undor oath or affirmation givo to
tho respective legistrars boforo
whom ho may register all infor
mation necessary to complete tho
record herein provided for."
Bop Ixichards presented tho ro
poi t of tho select committeo on
the Insane Asylum itoras, recom
mending that they pass as in tho
Hop. llichards presented tho re
port of tho Finance committeo on
police itoms, recommending that
tlio followinu tmgs as in tho bill:
Pay of police, Hawaii, $10,500;
Maui, $31,000; Onhu $1-10,000.
.ueguruing ttio last ono tno com
mitteo say: "It has been repre
sented to tho committeo by tho
Attomoy General that this item
should remain in oidor to guaran
tee tho safety of tho community,
and it is upon tliis representation
that tho committee recommend
tho itom pass as in tho bill."
Bop. Winston prosonted a ro
port from tho special committeo
on tho item. "Pay of Votoriniiry
Surgeon, $1200," recommonding
ltop. Kamaiiolm presented a
polition from residents of Kau
asking for a roud from Piiniiluu
to tliq lioniOMtiiiidti in that dix
trlnt. Tim litttfirilnUinu hill wine up
for Ihiitl mailing, with llio roport
EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 24, 189G.
Btoamors ot tho nbovo Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vnncouvcr, B. 0., unit Sydney, N. 8. VL nnd calling nt Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
, .A-IRE 3DTJE .A-T HOnSTOXjTTIj'Cr
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney nnd Buth, for Victoria and
Vancouver. II. C.l
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Mny 1G
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Ciuiitda,
United States and Europe.
rnEianT and rAssnNQEit aoejjts:
D. MoNicoll, Montreal, Cnnndn.
ltoiiBRT Kekh, Winnipeg, Cnnndn.
M. M. Steiin, San Francisco, Onl.
G. MoL. Biioxvn, Vancouver, B. O.
of committeo on Section 2. After
a long discussion as to tho nroba
bio effects of requiring tourists to
register on arrival, for which tho
Attornoy-Gonural contended, tho
roport of the committee wns
adopted. Tho bill as amended
then passed third reading on tho
Ayes Richards, Rycroft, Ka
mauoha, Pali, Hanuna, Naono,
Clunoy, Davis, Halualani 9. 1
Noes Bond, Robortson, Win
ston, Kaoo, McBrydo 5.
Recess from 12 to 1:30.
A Naturally Boiled
Water, pronounced by
people who know, to be
the best on tho market.
This water received tho .
very highest award at
tho . .
As a Tablo Beverage
is a Favorite nnd easily
leads all other Mineral
Waters. . . .
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Wholesale nnd Retail Agents for
tho Hawaiian Islands.
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons -:-
-:- Cane Fertilizer
to order for 1890.
ALL GOODS SOLD .TO A GUARANTEED
rOHMULA OK ANALYSIS.
Soluble and Ax nllalilo I'liospliorlc Acid,
Sulphate of Auimonln,
BulpUutu of l'olusli,
Coral Llmo Btunu,
I'liotplmto and Fish Guano,
In Quantities to Suit.
f.W OriUirn Hjllcltud for n future ilu.
A. P, OOQK15,
Friini Victoria nnd VnncoUYOr, II. V., to
Huxn mid Sjdnoy:
Stmr'-WAllMMOO" April 7
Stmr "MIOWEKA" May 8
E37" For Freight nnd l'mwrngo nnd nil
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tbollnxxniinn Islands.
iic Mail Sbmsl k
Occiaental & Oriental SteamsWp Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG
Steamers of tlio nboo Companies will
coll nt Honolulu on their wny to tho
nbovo ports on or about tho following
Stmr Uelt-io Mnrch 23, 1890.
For SAN FItANClSCO:
Blcnmers of tho nbovo Componit's will
cnll nt liouolulu on their xvuy from
lloaRlt'ouK nnd Yoltohnma to tbo nbovc
port ou or nboufc tbo folloxvinp dates:
April 10, 1890
Hates of Passage are as follows:
TO YOKO- TO nONO-
Onbin S1D0.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, d
months 225.00 2C2.50
Cubin, round trip, 12
months 202.50 810.25
European Stcorago.... 85.00 100.00
tSyPassouKorfl payinR full faro will bo !
nlloweu 10 percent oil return rnro li ro
turuiiiK xvithiu txx-elvo months.
I2TFor Freight nnd rassngo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
0. L. WIGIIT. Pre. 8. B. ROSE, Bo.
Cnpt. J. A. KEQ. 1'ortSniU.
Will leax-o Honolulu at 10a. m., touohing nt
Liiliumii, Manlauu Buy ami Mxkcun tlm
sumo day; llabukona, Kawulhao nnd Lau'
mhoolioo tho folloxving day, arrixing at
llilo the tamo oxoulng.
l'rldny April 3
Tuesday,... .April 14
Friday April 21
Tuesday, Muy 5
Tuesday,.... Mnr .11
Friday, Apnl 10
Tuesday,... April 21
Tndny May 1
Iloturniug, will leavo Hilo at 1 o'clock
r. M., touching at Laupnhneboo, Mnliu
kona aud Kaxvuihua sumo day; Makenn,
Maaluca liny and Lahaiua tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of 'Jucsduy and Fridays.
jfiPNo Treight will bo received after
12 noon ou day of Bulling.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuosdny at 5 r. m ,
touching at Kuhului, Ilium, Hamoaaml
Kipahulu, Maui, lleturuiug arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nun, Kaupo, on second trip
of oaoh month.
XSNo Fi eight xxillbo rtceivod after
r. M. on day of bailing.
This Company will K-bCives tho light to
make chuugcrt iu thu timo of departure and
arrival of its HtenineiB without noticij and
it xx ill not be responsible for any consc
qucuces arising thoicfroiu.
CuusignoeH must bo at the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Coinp.my will
not hold itself rpspousiblo for freight after
it has beeu landed.
Iiivu Stock only at owner's risk.
This Compuuy will not bo rosponsiblo
for Monoy or Valuablts of pasbougers
uuless plucud iu tho caio of 1'ursura.
l'ashungors nro icqucuted to jiurchano
tiokets Ixjforo embarking. Thoso fulliug to
do ho will bo Hub joe t to nu additional
chargu of twenty-live pur cent.
CmisoMatC'l Sola Water Co., LI
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu,
HOLLI8TER & CO.,
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams &.Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,;.
PJunos for Sale, Hiro and Moved. Chairs for Kent.
Undertaker and Embalmer,
Tombstones and jSIonnmenty.
Wi:'k What We Advertise
and Just as Repkesented.
Wo arc Pncemakors on
OceaniG SteamsliiD Co.
Australian Mail Service.
Far San Francisco:
The Neu and Fine Al Stool Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tlio Oceanio Steamship Company will
be duo nt Honolulu from Sydnoy nnd
Auckland on or nlxrnt
April 2, 189G.
And xvill leavo for tho nbovo port with
Mailt. and rnsseugers on or nbout thnt
Fci ryacey aw! ucklard:
Tho Noxv nud Fino Al Steol Stenmsliip
Of tho Ocenuio Stenniship Company xvill
bo duo nt Honolulu from Snu Francisco
on or about
April 9, 1896.
And xvill havo prompt deBpntoh with j
Mails nud 1'assoiigerB for tlio nbovo ports.
Tho undersigned nro noxv propnred
Throiifrh Tickets to All I'ointa
iu tho L'nltod States.
tSFor further pnrtionlnra rcgnrding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G.IRWIN &C0., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Lenvo Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
April 13, 1890 April lfi, 18110
Slay 1, 181)0 Mny 0, 1800
From 8an Francisco From Syduoy for
for Sydney. Snu Fraucisco.
Arrhe Honolulu. Leme Honolulu.
Alameda, Apr. 0, '00 Mariposa, Apr.2,'00
AV. H. WJNCHESTER,
HAltNESS MAKEll AND BADDLKK.
Soils Hawaiian trees and ro-covors
Our Motto U i,
"Tab PAlno and Koop Ouotomorn,"
llnimiiolHt,. iIwii King, ami Koltil,
Oceanic steanp Co.
KING" STKEET, Tel. 179.' ' J&
Wo make a Specialty '(if Shoes..
It's our business.
Wo propose to give more
Value, Style and Comfort
Than anybody else can r will.-
Mclwny's ?lioe lui'c,
405 Fort Street..
AND iDfOOHATING (
Fifteon years' oxporionco aud nil
NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
, W. R. RILEY.
Leavo orders at Sandors' Ex
press oflico, King Street, near
Fort. Tolophono 86.
H. J. NOLTE, Propriotor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea aaid Coffee
AT Alili nODRS.
THE FINEST BrkANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco (
ALWAYS ON IIAND.
Scottish Union and Na
tional Insurance Co.
THE UNDKKSIGNi:D HAS ItrCElVED
the nppointuioiit of Agent for the Ua
xvaiiau Ibluuils of tho ahovo Company,
which U one of tho strongest financially in
the world, ai.d in piepurcil to lahu tibks at
tho regular rates.
Capital - $30,000,000.
Total ASSetS, $4 1,372. 606.
JOHN S. WALKER.
0. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED,
Qiu-en street, Honolulu, H.I.
Hawaiian Agricultural Comp.in), Oiiomca SuRar
Companx, llnnomii SiiRnr Conipan), Wnlliiku
SuRar Compnny, Wnlluc htigar Diniiianv, Makie
buKarCoiniiaiiy, llaltakala Uf ,cli Cuiuiiauy, Ku.
papain Kaiicli.- I'lattlcm' Uie Sin WaiicUco
lackttii, Ulan. Ilrcwtr (t Co.' I.lni- ()f llosmii
lAacl"."i;.',!f,!,'i "".I"'" J'"?!'.1 .nf lTi"rxvrium.
Aiicati riillailelpliin llotiil of Undcrxvrllri.
HHT Of limi'riMi ;
V 0 JoiuiH, lWilentt (lnio II Ilolwrisoii. '
liingqr K J' HUhop, 'I'mmiiinr iinil gen.
eitWyiOoli W l'AI an, AHillloriOMCf)ol,
li WiiWrlmuM, A W Ciutw, illinium,