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3 of the
3 HAWAIIAN BILL
i Was Given
Vol. V. No. 1101.
' We have them, the "Australia" having
i) -added greatly to our assortment.
HERE'S THE LIST :
Rosy Cheeked Apples,
Cape Cod Cranberries',
Fancy Raisins (new crop),
Nuts of All Kinds,
Sweet Apple Cider, In barrels,
Fancy Cauliflower, -Fancy
Froen Oysters, and
' L .TURKEYS and
PURE CREAM CANDIES IN END
LESS VARIETY; 'lownsend's Glace
Fruits In fancy cartons; "Snapper" Bon
, Bons with valuable prizes for the children;
and colored Xmas Candles, with holders.
We arc making the finest store display
ever seen In Honolulu, and propose to make
our WINDOW DISPLAY THE TALK
OF THE TOWN. DON'T MISS IT.
OPEN THIS, AND EVERY
EVENING UNTIL AFTER
CHRISTMAS : : : : :
a LIVE FEATURE
LOST IN THE SHUFFLE
Paul R. Isenborg, a member of
th lost Houso of RoprosontativoB.
naked a Bulletin roporter to in
quiroa into tho matter of a now
building for tho InBano Asylum.
Tbo institution was deplorably
ovororowded whioh was a shame
to tho country. An itom was in
Bortod in tho Appropriation bill
for a now building, but Mr. Ison
borg hnd Ion informed that tho
itom had boon unaccountably
"lost" after its paesago. Ho, to
together with all hutnnno peoplo,
would liko to know if tho Govern
ment could not romedy tho situa
tion in Borao manner.
According to this request and
Btatomont, tho reporter sawAttor
noy Genoral W. 0. Smith ot tho
first onnortnnitv. TTr ranliml tn
questioning substantially as fol
lows: " It IB fin nnfnrtnnnln man at.
milar to that of thn nnnrnnrlnUnn
for a boys' industrial school.
- 'An itom for a new main con
tral building for the Asylum was
inserted in tho Appropriation bill.
I think it wns fnr S'.'fi nnn
Eassed tho joint cotnmitteoof both
OU808, thou in somo way beoamo
lost in tho final roviaion of tho
bill, i'robably it was ovorlooked
in tho great ruah at tho end of tho
"Tho matter is a very unfor
tunate OnO. Thorn in n nmrvAnA
condition at tho Asylum, and tho
yiujjuBeu now uuuuing is vory
"I do not know what tho Gov-
Ommont can An. nrnnnlSnn
squeezo tho ordinary appropria-
linn fef mnlin. I la
wu 1Ui uinniux luwpornry auora-
atlOnB and ruhll'tinnn n Mm nlrl
the niiTTEitPiiV dancu.
X Charming ISvcnlnir U Aiiurotl at tliu
This oveninc tho pbodIo of Now
Honolulu will havo an opportun
ity of seeing portrayed by means
of moving and intensely dramatic
pictures stirring scone in tho
Spanish-American war, ono of
which is the haulinc down of tho
Spanish flag at Manila and tho
raising of Old Glory.
Thoro aro pictures of mon-of-war,tho
Sisters of Morcy attonding
to tho wounded after tho oarnaga
of battlo, thomarching of troops
and tho loading of transports and
battleships; life-like pictures.
There aro many other pictures
bosidos thoso dwelling on blatant
alarms of wr. Tho buttorfly
dance, depicting tho poetry of mo
tion, cannot holp but plemo, in
stuict and delight those who bo
liove in rhythmic movement and
tho quiutoRsonco of boJily grnco
Thpre aro pictures to please tho
childron too. Tho battlw of pil-
ows is a marvelous creation, du-
ptoting juveni' fun and 'ho dis
tribution of a Hltnwor of ' .thnrs.
Mr. Wuavi-i 'h tmbaj mid Mr.
Prpstnn tin tenor, Biug the latest
Hnd most popular songs, the songs
being illu'trnt dby picturoswhioh
mako a pleading foaturo.
Tickets on salo at Wall, Nichols
Tho last rohoarsal of tho Ha
waiian Choral Oltib beforo tho
concert, will bo hold in tbo opora
house, Monday ovoning, Decem
Kojral mke the food pure,
wbolciomo and dellclMi.
navAi sikimo nnm eo Nfwram.
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of LIVE NEWS
Features of LIVE NEWS Can
HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21,
ANGRY WAVES ON ISLAND OF MAUI
Sea Washing Over Kahului Wharf,
and New Wharf at Honolua .
Maui is today visited by a tidal wave or kai hoee. The sea is
washing quite over the Kahului wharf, while the brig Consuelo and a
Acuuiicuieunmngtne tury ot the elements, and apparently free
The new wharf at Honolua, completed only a few months ago, was
washed away this morning, and Mr. Rowell is over there now. Several
tons of freight in the warehouse were washed away.
The sea has reached the house of a native named J. K. Kapaku
at Honokohau, the home being about 500 yards away' from the beach.
,..v..i; lu uk uiu uaiiiiiiiiiias,
reached that far. Maalaea bay is
gone over there to load, and will leave
DECISION THE NEXT THING
Argumont in tho Chineso
baboBB corpus caso was conclud
ed yestordny afternoon. Tho
noxt thing will bo tho decision of
tho Supromo Court.
Tho Supremo Court is hoaring
tho Hohron (livnrpn nnnnnla
Judge Stanloy is sitting with
unior. uustico J una and Justice
Judgo Perry is hoaring argu
mont on plaintiff's bill of oxcop
tions to his decision in P. P. Por
ter vs. Hawaiian Pork nnd T'nnk.
V. u. Itowland was cited to
anrtnny In IllV .nr onntftinnf of
court 111 ni'gloctiug to pay alimony
under decreo of divorco since
Aurust 5. 1808. Un to noon
thoro was no opportunity of call
ing the enso.
John P. Jncobson. RubboI Colo-
orovo and AV. J. Smith bv their
Httorney8, W. S. Edings, aro mov
ing for tho roloaso of ono piano
nud two chronometers from tho
attachment against the S. S. City
Union Wilder bv hor attornov.
A. L. C. Atkinson, has mudo ans
wer to tho complaint of Olaaf
Tollofaon, denying each and ovcry
allegation and demanding judg
ment and hor taxablo costs.
Marcarot N. Cowoa has aualified
aB osccntrix of tho oatatoof Robort
N. Cowes in a bond for S500 with
J. M. Dowsett as surety.
JuJdq Stanlov has annointod
J. P. Colburn as trustoo of tho
deed of trust from Lauika Mahu-
ka to A. Rosa, tho original trustee
being dead. P. M. Hatch for
Margaret V. Cartor has appeal
ed from tho judgment of District
Magistrate Win. K. Rathburn of
Koolauloa, in favor of soveral
Chineso dofondnuts to hor suit of
LAWYER DAYIS IMPRISONED
Just beforo noon Judgo Perry
sentonced Georgo A. Davis, tho
attornoy, to pay a fine of fifty dol
lars, niul bo imprisoned six days
for contompt of court. Mr. Davis
was arguing his bill of exceptions
to Judgo Perry's decision iu tho
pork butchering case, aud his
trouble camo in two instalment:).
Pirst ho was fined for contemptu
ous language and tliou, lor re
marks mado on this action of tho
court, committed to jail for tho
A Notable Clft.
A prominont attorney of tho
city with offices near tbo post
oilice, rocoived as a Christmas gift
this forenoon, a duck from somo
of tho pine troes of California.
When tho box in which it was
contained, was oponcd, tho feath
ers wore found to bo radiating
from tho body Jiko'tho rays of tho
sun. Although a little tough tho
Inwyor will probably not feel like,
disregarding tho invitation "Eat
mo for OhristraaB" written on a
card in tho duck's mouth.
the LIVE Bulletin
Always Be Found in the
Wailuku, Dec. 23, 180S.
uus is tne nrst time.the sea has
very smooth. Thepaudlne has
Lahaina for Honoluld tonight.
A Merry, Merry Christmas !
IWrldtn (or Tne Duilltiv
Aeriln dear Santa Claus conies on,
3aklng young and old rejoice ;
gartli resounds with Christmas song,
Radiant face and gladsome voice.
Round the hearth, at early dawn,
YcnR-ind old give Christmas greeting:
ftlVrrlly they join In song,
Bach oner's heart with pleasure beating.
Refulgent, here, the sun Is shining,
Reef-bound shores and seas along ;
Y"Jer, list I sweet birds are singing,
CThrlstnm carols, clear and strong.
Hawaii's Land, so blest by Nature,
Round whose Isles mid-ocean rolls,
s the land, tant frosty weather,
ganta Claus' love ever holds.
I'hls land boasts hearts warm and loving,
flen, maids, matrons, good and true,
nd who hope, on Christinas morning,
Snty " cheers all "Boys In Blue."
Honolulu, December n, 1898.
lSntertrliilnir Fnr All.
Many peoplo inclined to pres
ent making aro porploxed, iu tho
wealth of bowildoriuc articles
offered for sale, what to purohaso
to mako joyous their friends at
this glad sooBon. Tho Bulletin's
Man About Town knows of noth
ing that will afford to all more
ontortaiumont aud iiiBttuction than
a graphophono. Thoy will last a
lifo timo, and should anything
got out of ordor, which is improb
able, thoy can bo easily and cheap
ly repaired. Tho Ocoanio Gas
and Electric Company, 112 Port
street, has an immonso variety of
grnphophouoa and hundreds of
records comprising band and or
chestra selections, piccolo, zither,
cornot, clarinet solos, vocal nnd
instrumental duets, and vocal
hoIus including nil tho nowest nnd
up to-dato selections. Peoplo who
dosiro to mako useful nnd enter
taining preBonts should inspect
More Au.trnlla Opium,
Palknor, a quartermaster on tho
O. S. 8. Australia, was fined 1200
and costs m the Polico Court this
morning on tho chargo of unlaw
ful possession of opium.
Palknor attempted to got out
of tho Ocoanio wharf gato nt about
9 o'clock last night. Guard Knu
nnhi. tho man snnknn of in vrmtnr.
day's Bulletin, was at tho gato
and grabbed ialknor. Tho quar
terraaslor turnod nnd Btruok tho
guard in tho stomach. This
angored Kaunahi who got a tight
hold on Palknor aud rushed liim
into tho ofljco on tho wharf, whoro
Port Survoyor Stratomoyor nnd
Inspector 8hort woro soatod. The
quartorraaster saw tho gamo was
up and I marcbod to tho polico
station without giving any furthor
troublo. When aearohod, four
tins of opium wero found on his
Presented Yesterday U.
LIVE Bulletin I!!
WHARF EXTENSION SCHEME
A called moetinc of tho Hono
lulu Chambor of Commorco was
held yoeterday nftoruoon to re
coivo tho report of tho special
committoo on tho matter of iu
creasing shipping facilities. There
were preseut: J B Athorton,
president; J Gordon Spencer,
secretary; P A Sohaefer, W W
Hall, P M Swauzy, P J Lowroy,
W B Godfroy, H Focke, Frnnk
WntorhouBO, O M Cooke, J L Mo
Loau, WM Giffard.JP Hnok
feld, B P Dillingham and O L
Beforo a quorum had arrived,
Captain Godfrey gave a talk to
tho earlior comors, which explains
part ot tho proceedings in oppn
meeting. Ho comnlaincd of thn
exceesivo work put upon Hnrbor
Maetor Fuller in moving vessols,
ami suggosiou mat eome of his
work ought to dovolvo upon the
pilots. If tho prosent system
wero continued, tho harbor mas
ter should havo two or throe' as-
sistanta. In tho whalinc iloet
times thoro woro two or three
men employ oil in r)lacinr vessels.
although it would tako about ten
of tho old whalers to mako ono of
many snips now frequenting the
harbor. Captain Godfrey, speak
lng on behalf of tlm Tuf.r luln.wl
Steam Navigation Company, in-
uiniueu mat inoy might bo roady
to make an oxchanno of thoir
presout wharf accommodation, at
tho foot of Port etroet. for exoln.
sjvo wharfago at or near tho Old
Mr. Haokfold. aftoi thn rnmlinrr
of minutes of the two previous
onllod meetings, read the report of
the special committeo on wlinrvos
and shipping facilities. With the
roDprt h(j..jhnitU(L. diprwu"
ommoudod. Members clustered
at tho tablo to inspect tho scheme.
Mr. Sohaefer urced that tho
various wharf extensions should
be begun at onco.
Mr. Cooko moved, it was sec
onded and carried, that tho report
no accepted as tho rocommonda
tions of tho Chamber of Com
morco nnd spread on tho minutes.
Mr. Schaefor raovod, it was sec
onded and carried, that n copy of
tho repoit bo forwarded to tho
Govoruraeut at onco, nnd beforo
giving it to tho press.
Mr. Swanzy moved that a com
mitteo of five mombors bo appoint
ed for tho pnrposo of inquiring
into tho duties of the harbor
mastor and pilots, and of making
recommendations resnectinc nnv
othor matters concerning shipping
in hub uaroor wnicn may soem
proper to them.
I'rositlont Athorton appointed
Mossrs. Godfroy. Wicht. Hack-
feld, Swanzy and Schaefor as tho
ItlU'OllT Or COMMITTEE.
To tho President and Mnmhnrn
of tho Chamber of Commorco.
Gontlemnn Yoiircnmmiltun nn.
pointed to intorviow tho mombr
of tbo Executivo Council in regard
to tho nooeasity or providing fur
ther wharfnpo nccommnilntinn in
our harbor begs to report as fol
Wo mot tho Exeoulivn Cnnnnil
by appointmont on Friday tho
Kith inst. nnd woro civon overv
opportunity to oxpross our viows
iu rumuon 10 mo present condi
tion ot atiairs ou tho waterfront;
wo urgod tho Government vory
fitronulv. to tako nnmn irnmnrlintn
stepB to roliovo tho situation, and
iuuuu uitui ijuiiu willing 10 carry
out any harbor improvements,
which could bo recoramondod as
feasible, nlthourrh tliov nlnimnil
that the dolay oxporionopil by tho
uovornment in Having tho contro
versy with tho Oabu Railroad and
Land Co. brought to a final sottlo
mout had humporod thorn greatly
in carrying out thoir plans. Tho
mombcrs of tho Executivo Council
furthor stated, that tho now slip
near the Pacific Mail wharf had
bcon causing a great deal
more work than anticipated, and
if tho work ou this slip nnd tho
npcosBary regular dredging in tho
harbor was to bo continued, tho
Make up the
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Pitioia 5 Obnts.
REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS
ClRIST.-Servlces in Mllllani Mall, rear
of Opera House, next Sunday as follows:
io a. m. Sunday School: preaching In Ha
waiian at 1 1 a. in. and.o:3o p. m. Preach
ing In English at 7:30 p. m., Christmas
sermon, by Elder U. W. Greene; -subject,
"What Win You Do With Jesus?" Sat
urday evening at 6:30, Christmas Concert
by the Sunday School. All are cordially
Invited to attend.
sleam dredgor would not bo avail
able for any other work.
Wo now bog to pioposo, that
this Chamber recommend to tho
Govornmont to carry out with all
possiblo diHpatch iho following
harbor improvements, viz:
1. Tho Nuunnu stroot whnrf to
bo extended 200 feot, giving this
whnrf a total length of 100 feet.
Tho Sorousou whnrf to bo ex
tended for such lniif.il. nnt ,..n.-
than 200 ffet as not to iuterfero
with tho access to tho now largo
slip, intendod to bo built into tho
ioumnus property, Iatoly acquir
ed by tho Government.
J. Work ou a Blip into tho
lnumntin urnnnrd. ,!.... r
stroot. ns marknd witli m,i i;nM
on tho Government hluo map, to
bo commenced ns Boon as pogsiblo;
if tho Government dredger is not
available, tho work of removing
tho mud from this now slip might
bo let undor contract to privnto
4. Tho Kiuau wharf to bo ex
tended .'10 feet.
5:, "Work on now slip at Pacific
-...u..,. wii urn,
sido as far as foRsiblo without in-
lonering with other harbor im
provements above recommended.
0. Any material ou hand in
tended for now wharves nt now
Pacific Mail slip should first bo
used for extension nf Xinmnn a.i
7. A now sleam drodgor to bo
acquired by tho Government, if
needed to mako tho necessary
harbor improvements without too
much loan of time.
And that this Chamber ox-
IirpNflpn iln nninlnn Mint llm T1...
1---- "- ,... ..u, vu.... ,..u "If
wniinn flnvprmnnnf ulinnl.l nnn.
trol, acquiro or own all wharves
iwui wits wnoio waiorironi ot tho
lllirlinr nf Trminllllll nrnnntl..
such parts, which aro or may be
Bet aRldo fnr tlin nun nf Mm Cinv.
ornmout of tho Uuited Slates, and,
lurther, that the controversy now
nondiiiL' between tint Gnvnrnmnnl:
nnd privato partios or corpora-
f limn 111 ATnftitBm X ..l.f ??
jiuud hi icuiiiuii iu wuari privi
leges in the harbor should bo
brought to a conclusion ns speedi
ly IIH pUSHllMU.
Respectfully submitted. (Sinn
ed) J P Hnckfeld, P A Sohaefer,
F M Swauzy, P J Lowroy, W M
Gift-aril, O L Wight, Chas M
Cooke, V B Godfroy.
Onllclnni HUH llrfuto T Work.
Dr. O. A. Peterson, Inspector of
Immigrants, roturned from Maui
iu tho Einau this morning. Iu
an intorviow regarding the recent
troublo among tho Galieiin labor
ers of tfio Pionpor Mill, Dr. Poter
son snid: "Tho seven Galicians
who refused to work aro still 1n
jail at Lahaina and, up to tho
timo I left for Honolulu, nlmti.
untely refuaed to return to work.
Thoir complaint is tho samo.
inoy wish to Do paid at tho end ot
tho month for tho wholo month's
work instead of nllowinc a few
day's pay to go over ou tho next
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pare drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEABS TPH STANDARD
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