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Slu gaily gnUftin
THURSDAY, NOV. 24. 1887.
Gemiim bm k AmriiBt llm'clmnl till days
from Newi-axilo, X S W.
British burk Wniidoilnjr Minstrel. ( apt
Frederick Duubui' Walker. "I day
from Hongkong on a shark tithing
15k Column from 1'ortlnnd, eii roula for
Schr M i lie JIoitIh from Kooluii
Stun- Jus Mukce Iruiu Kupmi
Bk Mui jraivt Heald for Portland. Or
lik ist'lue M tv tor i'ori Tiwmi-tid
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW
Bk Colomn for Hongkong
htnir Jan Mukeo lor ILinumuiihi, Kl-
lauen and llauulcl at 5 p in
Mmr Waliimimlo for Walunne and
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A ntmiikii of llifi lending wlioloale
liotist'H c1im!iI at noon tn-diiy.
Kino Bros, are opening ni. tUguiit
uwKortnifiit of holiday goods. .
Two boy are wanted at tho Uul
I.ktin oflicc to deliver jueri.
Noi.TK had a magniticrnt collec
tion and divpluy of Kiuokiug puttitH.
Mil. unJ Mm. Dillingham are ex
pected home by tho 8. a. JCealundiu.
Tub Milliliter of , Interior invite
tenders for the cotiHtructum of a
diieian's rettidence at tho Insane
Asylum. ." .. .
Mil. J. J. Williams' photographed
the interior of Lewi fe C'o.'a store
Col. Sum. Norris mays that theno
IhIiiikIh are floating towards the
Tub iiiqucHt on the late Captain
Wood has been iontponed until next
Tim S. 8. Zealandia will be due
here to-morrow, from San Francisco,
en route for tho Colonies.
Co. B. Honolulu Rifleg will have a
special drill at 7 :'M o'clock sharp at
Thk Hawaiian Band played at Ka
kaako Branch Hospital, during the
luau there this afternoon.
Wukn a "Wandering Minstrel"
was reported oft' port this morning,
some of the boys said it "was Arm
Merchant street, from tho Wuikiki
side of Fort street, was closed to-day,
while a gang of nieu were macadam
izing it. . '. .
The Minister of Interior invites
tenders for publishing in newspaper
tho Session Laws of 1887, and also
for printing in book form.
Phof. II. Berger says that the Ha
waiian Band gerenanaded Mr. .1. D.
Spreckels, at the Hawaiian Hotel,
early the other morning. '
The steamer W. G. Hall will ar
rive here to-morrow; the Likelike,
Lehua and Kilauea Hou Saturday,
the Kinau and Mikahala Sunday.
The thermometer at the Casino
this morning was below 60 degrees.
The grass which was .thickly covered
with dew, looked like a sheet of frost.
Henry Hart says that his baker
made 300 mince pies, and that every
one has been sold and that now tho
people threaten to run off with the
baker, because he has no more pieg.
The gqods just received by Messrs.
Hackfeld & Co., from Europe by the
Vikar, and now offered for sale, in
clude almost everything needed by a
sugar plantation or a country store.
The private residences and places
of business of Chinese residents were
illuminated with Chinese lanterns,
last night, in 6ommemoration of the
birthday of the Emperor of China's
Mr. C. Hustace, grocer, King
street, has recently added to his
stock a variety of first-class articles
for tho sustenance of life. A splen
did Indepenrlence Day or Christmas
dinner may be made from his list. .
There was an exciting raoe in the
harbor this morning -between two
four-oared boats one from the Van
dalia and the other from the Mohi
can. The, contest was keen and
close. The Vandalia's boat beat by
about three-Fourths of her length. ',
The Waihee Sugar Company have
elected their officers for the ensuing
year, as follows: Z. S. Spalding,
President; F. P. Hastings, Vice
President; J. O. Carter, Secretary;
W. G. Irwin, Treasurer ; J. I. Dow
sett, Auditor. .. .: - . .
Our friend Col. M. Thompson has
just shown us a splendid white silk
handkerchief in which is interwoven
a beautiful representation of the At
lanta (Ga.), . exposition in which it
was made. It was sent him as a
souvenir by- his nephew, Andy P.
Thompson, who resides there, and
stood by and saw it made.
The Marshal was busy until 1J :3Q
o'clock last night taking down the
testimony of thrae Chinamen in ' the
murder case. The Marshal now has'
the depositions of four Chinamen and
is nearly prepared to have the case
brought up. The prisoner was not
arraigned before the Court to-day,
and no time has yet been set for the
opening of the case.
Tub lark Coiotna, Capt, Koyoa, 22
days from Portland, Or., is anchored
oil' port. She has a tourist party
composed of Mrs. oodwortli, Mrs.
Ai iiistrong mid child, and Mis Ap
pkgiitc of Portland. Or., who will
make the round trip to Hongkong
and back to Portland on the Coloma.
There are al. 21)0 Chinese sleerajj-i-passengers
on the vessel for Hong
kong. The Coloma will proceed on
her voyage to-morrow.
TO-DAY'S LEGISLATURE. -
The principal business of this
morning's session was the answers
ninde by the Minister of Finance to
questions asked hi in- by several
members, regarding the disposal of
certain amounts represented in the
intermediary report. Minister Green
went into a lengthy explanation of
the expenditures us reported by him,
discussing llieni item by item. The
answers) were .received and submit
ted to the special committee on'
Several other minor matters were
brought up, when the House ad
journed until 10 a. m. Friday. .'
THANKSCIVINC SERVICES.' '
The thanksgiving service at th
Central I'nion Church this: morning
was largely attended. Among those
present were His Excellency
V. Merrill, the U. S. Minister Resi
dent, und ollicers of the American
men-of-war in port. The Itcv. C.
M. Hyde offered prayer and. Hev.
S. K. liishop read a portion of scrip
ture. The pastor of the church,
Key. E. (J. Ileckwith, delivered the
sermon, which was appropriate for
the occasion. "'..
The services at St. Andrew'
Cathedral werenlso largely attend
ed. Tbe llev. A. Mackintosh read
the service and the Bishop of Hono
lulu preached a very impressive ser
mon. - -
THANXSCIVINQ MOONLIGHT CON
CERT. Following is the programme to be
given by the Royal Hawaiian Band
at Emma Square this evening com
mencing at 7:30 o'clock i
Overture America Clauss
March Pizarro, (new) . .. Arbuekle
Waltz Laura M illoekir
Keininlreeiices of all Nations. .Godfrey
PA KT 11.
Variations on a German Song, (new)
Quadrille American Melodies. .Berger
Medley Ye Olden Times.... Beyer
Star Spangled Banner, .. Hawaii Ponol.
A WANDERING MINSTREL.
The British hark Wandering Min
strel, Captain Frederick Dunbar
Walker, left Hongkong 71 days ago
for a shark fishing cruise and an
chored off the port of Honolulu last
evening. The Wandering Minstrel
is the property of a .newly formed
fchark Fishing Company of Hong
kong. When 300 miles to the west
ward of Formosa, on the way to
French Frigate Shoals, tbe vessel
encountered a typhoon. Nothing
of serious moment occurred except
the breaking of parts of the patent
steering gear and damaging a quan
tity of provisions.
The bark has a crew of 37 men.
She is fitted out with boats and
other necessaries, for shark fishing.
The vessel Twill not cone ioto the
harbor. The captain desires to get
away to-morrow evening, but does
not think he can. Wandering Min
strel seems to be an appropriate
name for the vessel, for -the captain
in presenting au invitation to a
Bulletin reporter to visit the ship,
said he (the reporter) would hear
some fine minstrel music and sing
ing. Captain Walker is accompa
nied by his wife and three sons.
Four officer's of the bark, it is" re
ported, will be discharged here, be
cause of having tried to run the
ship. Captain Frederick Dunbar
Walker was at one time connected
with the press, or as he puts it, is
an old newspaper man.
TO PROVIDE FOR THE ORGANIZATION
' AND MAINTENANCE OP THE
MILITARY FORCES OF
Be it Enacted by the King and the
Legixlature of the llawaiiati
Sec 1. There shall be a military
establishment in this Kingdom, to
consist of Regulars and Volunteers,
and to be known as the Hawaiian
National Guard. This force shall
be immediately commanded (sub
ject to the superior command of. the
King) by an officer with the rank of
Sec. 2. The Regulars shall con-:
sist of one unattached company of
Infantry, which shall also be drilled
and . exercised as Artillery, and
which shall be known as the ''King's
Guard." They shall be under regu
lar and permanent service and pay
at miitary head-quarters in Hono
lulu, except; when temporarily or
dered therefrom," for sufllcicnt mili
tary reasons, by the proper military
. Sec. 3. The volunteer force shall
consist of not njpre than twelve coin
panics, of which there ' shall be not
nipre than eight at military head
quarters, vUm One of Cavalry or
Artillery and seven of Infantry.1
Any other companies formed shall
be infantry. Their location shall be
decided by a majority of the Cabi
net, upon the recommendation of the
Military Board hereinafter provided,
but there shall in no case be more
than two companies on the Island of
Hawaii, ona on Maul, and one on
Sec. 4. A Battalion, or Bat
talions, may be formed from unat
tached companies nt any time ac
cording to the discretion of the
Military Board, on approval of the
General commanding. This Board,
with like approval, shall have con
trol o.f all matters relating to organ
ization, location, equipment, trans
fer of coips or company head
quarters, disbandment and fimilar
matters, and their decision, or a de
cision of a majority thereof, when
so approved by the General com
inaudini; shall be carried into effect,
hless opposed by a written request
of a majority of the Cabinet.
Sec. 5. The Volunteer shall be
equipped, subject to recommenda
tion of the said Board, approved by the
General cominanding,ntnd the con
sent of a majority of the Cabinet, at
the expense of the Government, but
shall serve without pay, except
when lawfully called out for active
service, when such compensation
shall bo allowed, together with free
rations, us' the said Board shall fix,
subject to like conditions as men
tioned in the last foregoing section.
Sec. !. In case of tumult, riot,
violent resistance of legal process or
other breach of the peace which the
civil authority on the spot is not
sulllcient to prevent or overcome,
it shall be' lawful (if on the Island
of Oahil) for the Marshal, with the
concurrence of the Attorney-General,
or (if on any other Inland) for
the Sheriff, there having jurisdic
tion, to call to his aid any sulllcient
portion or detachment of the Na
tional Guard within their several
jurisdictions; and it shall be the
duty of any commanding olllcer so
receiving such request, in writing,
for aid, to call out the force under
his command, or a suflieient portion
thereof, in aid of the civil authori
Sec. '7. The Brigadier General
shall be appointed and commission
ed in manner as. follows : A meet
ing of all the field, staff and line
ollicers of the various corps exist
ing under the provisions of this Act
(but no officer of the general staff)
shall be held, on the notification of
the senior olllcer thereof within
thirty days from the passage of this
Act, at which meeting a majority of
the whole shall be a quorum. If a
quorum be not present, the meeting
shall be adjourned one week, when
any niimbor (less than a majority)
present a half-hour after the time
named in the notice shall be consi
dered a quorum. The senior olllcer
present shall preside. The vote
shall be viva voce on call of the rbll
of the Secretary, beginning with
the junior olllcer present and pro
ceeding in succession to the senior.
Each such officer shall, name his
choice for Brigadier General, and it
shall require a majority of the votes
cast to elect. Should the vole re
sult in a tie, other votes shall be
taken until some candidate shall
obtain a majority.
The candidate who shall receive a
majority of such votc3 shall be at
once reported to the Minister of tbe
Interior, who shall forthwith re
port the same to the Cabinet and
also to the King, and the King
shall thereupon commission the per
son so chosen and reported as Brig
adier General, unless a majoiily of
the .Cabinet shall endorse upon the
paper conveying the notification of
such choice to the Minister of the
Interior, their disapproval of such
person being' so commissioned.
Should a majority of the Cabinet so
disapprove, the Minister of the In
terior shall so notify the aforesaid
chairman,, who , shall call another
meeting of . the ollicers aforesaid
within thirty days, when the same
rules shall beobservefor a new choice
which however, may result in the
same selection. If disapproval by
the Cabinet of a candidate previous
ly reported to and disapproved by
them should' occur a second time,
the Cabinet shall then vote for a
Brigadier General. A plurality vote
of the members of the Cabinet shall
then be conclusive ; and in case of
a tie, lots shall be cast for the two
names standmg' equal, and the re
sult shall be decisive. ,
Sec. 8,,.-All subsequent, elections
shall be ' similarly held on the last
Monday in January of each alter
nate year, beginning with January,
1890, after the holding of elections
for officers in the Volunteers as
hereinafter provided ; and at such
elections all. ollicers of any Volun
teer companies on any of the Isl
ands other than Oahu may either
be present at the meeting and vote,
or send their several votes by letter
addressed to the senior field ofllcer
of the National Guard a); Military
head-quarters, who, to render the
same valid must receive it nor later
than the Saturday preceding the
Monday of election.
Sec. 9. The Brigadier-General
so elected and commissioned shall in
the first instance assume oflicc on
being so commissioned with rank
from date of the passage of this
Act. His successors' commissions
shall date from the first day of
February, 1890, and each succeed
ing second year thereafter, and each
retiring Commanding-General shall
turn over the military command anil
al matters and thing3 therewith
connected or thereto appertaining
to his successor on that day or as'
soon thereafter as such successor
shall be commissioned.
Sec. 10. The Brigadier-General
shall, subject to the superior com
mand of the King, have full mili
tary control of the Forces of the
Kingdom, together with all military
arms, accoutrements and supplies.
?T shall ho renponilbln fif th drill,
disciplino and elllcicucy of the entire
force, and the safety of the military
arms and stores ; shall hold the force
at all times subservient to the civil
laws, and obey all proper calls for
the aid and execution thereof ; and
shall have the power to establish
and proscribe such rules and regu
lations for Courts Martial and other
purposes, hikI such forms and pre
cedents consistent with the laws of
tho Kingdom and subject to the
approval of a majority of the Cabi
net, as he may deem proper for the
use, discipline and instruction of
the National Guard.
Sec, 11. The staff of the Brigadier-General
shall consist of an Ad
jutant of the Forces who shall ex
officio be also Inspector of Ordnance
w ith the rank of Major. He shall
perform the necessary duties of the
Quartermaster's department. This
position shall be filled from the olli
cers or men of the Force. He shall
be nominated by the Commanding
General and receive his commission
from the King. Neither the Com
manding General nor the Adjutant
of the Forces shall hold any other
contemporaneous military appoint
ment. Sec. 12. Kvery member joining
the National Gtiard. and every ofllcer
on assuming the duties of his posi
tion shall take and subscribe an oath
to support the Constitution and Laws
of the Hawaiian Kingdom, and to
obey nil regulorly promulgated 1
orders from his superior ollicers in
aid and defence of the laws and of
their proper executing during his
term of service in the Forces, which
oath certified by the Commander or
Adjutant of the company or corps
of such person, shall be returned to
the Adjutant of the Forces, to be
preserved with the rolls of tho corps.
Sec. 13. The Military Board shall
consist of the. Brigadier General,
the Adjutant of tho Forces, and the
commanders of all corps or unat
tached companies for the time being
at military head-quarters.
Sec 14. The commanding Gen
eral may, at any time, for good and
sulllcient cause, and with the consent
of a majority of the Cabinet, dis
band any portion of the National
Guard, provided, however, that the
King's Guard, and at least tour
companies of Volunteers shall re
main at military head-quarters, un
less disbanded by act of the Legis
lature. Sec. 15. The Field-odlccr of a
Battalion of two companies shall be
a Major; if the Battalion have more
than two companies, there shall be
a Lieutenant Colonel and a Major.
The staff ollicers shall consist of one
Adjutant, one Quarter-master, one
Ordnance ofllcer and one Surgeon.
The Staff, ollicers shall rank as Fiist
Lieutenants, except in battalions
composed of more than two com
panies, when they shall rank as
Sec. 16. The Battalion non-commissioned
staff shall consist of one
Sergeant-Major, one Quartermaster
Sergeant, one Ordnance Sergeant,
one Hospital Sergeant, one Color
Sergeant, one Drum-Major, and one
Sec. 17. Each company of the
National Guard shall consist of not
less than 33, nor more than CG officers
and men, including one Captain, one
First aud one Second Lieutenants,
one First Sergeant, one Quartermaster-Sergeant,
four Duty Ser
geants, eight Corporals, four Musi
cians (drummer, and trumpeters),
and the remainder privates.
Sec. 18. Tlie field officers of a
Battalion shall be elected by the line
ollicers thereof during the second
week of the mouth of January in
each alternate year, beginning with
tlie year 1888. . Each commanding
oUicer shall appoint his own staff
officers, company oflicers shall be
elected by their own companies
whether attached or unattached
(except in case of the King's
Guard) during the first week
of January of each year. All vacan
cies occurring between the above
dates shall be filled in like manner,
after at least one week'snotice duly
posted at Company or Corps head
quarters by order of the Brigadier
General. . All oflicers elect shall re-.
quire to receive the approval of
their respective corps commanders
(if. attached), - and also of the
Brigadier General before being com
missioned. Sec. 19. Ollicers of the King's
Guard shall be commissioned on
recommendation of the Brigadier
General, subject to approval by the
Sec. 20. Each corps or company
may make such by-laws for their in
ternal government not inconsistent
with the laws of this Kingdom, and
particularly the laws relating to tlie
armed-forces thereof, as the majority
shall decide, which by-laws shall be
subject to approval by the corps or
company commander, and ratifica
tion by the Brigadier General.
Sec. 21. The uniform of the
various corps shall be adopted by
themselves, subject to approval by
the Military Board, the Brigadier
General and "-a majority of t,he.
Sec. 22. Whoever- shall use or
wear, except on public parade or
drill or by special permission of his
corps or company commander, any
article of uniform or other article of
military property belonging to the
GoverniHnti ma.V le tr'el' hJ Court
Martial and livM any sum not more
than 825, which imv be collected by
the corps or companyM-ommander in
any Police or District (Jbutf ot tn.e
Kingdom and applid to t.he g'Sn?.rl
fund of such, cxrps or company,
dec,'25, All public property la
fiTtr ifi-ftir ii mirill f awn Wr Winiii'iii i'I '' ii'ilTTWiiTtrirTi
the hands of Volunteers ilmll ba
vested in their respective corps or
company commanders, who shall be
responsible for the same. Tiny tliall
have power to sue out in any Court
of competent jurisdiction, in their
own name, any legal process iu
respect of any such property detain
ed or carried off against military
rules and regulations on like terms
and conditions as if the saino be
longed to them as private indivi
duals. Any fines inflicted by a Court
Martial up to the sum of $50 may
be collected by the corps 6r company
commander in his ow n name in any
Court of conpetcut jurisdiction, and
applied to the general . fund of the
corps or company.
Sec. 24. The' King's Guard shall
be regularly .enlisted lor not less
than one jior more than three years,
and shall be paid as follows, namely:
Captain-, if per month.
First Lieutenant, 8 per month.
Second Lieutenant, S per month.
First Sergeant, Duty Sergeants
(each), I per mouth.
Corporals (each) S per month.
Drummers, Trumpeters and Pri
vates (each), 8 --per month.
They shall be allowed free rations
such as the Military Board may
from time to time prescribe by ap
proval of the commanding General.
The King's Guard shall be housed
at the Barracks.
' Skc. 25. For the purposes of
primary organization under this Act
the existing force is declared to be:
Firnt. The King's Guard, con
sisting of one company.
Second. The Honolulu Rifles,
consisting at present of four com
panies. Third. .The King's Own, con
sisting of one company.
Fourth. The Queen's Own, con
sisting of one company.
Fifth. The Leleiolioku Guards,
consisting of one company.
Sec. 2f. The General command
ing shall receive a salary of not less
than one hundred nor more than two
hundred dollars per month, as a
majority of tbe Cabinet shall pro
vide. He may be suspended from
command by a unanimous resolution
of the Cabinet for insubordination
or other conduct tending to impair
the efliciency of the military forces.
Before such suspension he shall be
furnished with a copy of the charges
upon which such suspension is sought,
and shall be fully heard by wit
nesses, counsel, or in person in his
Sec. 27. The Adjutant of the
Forces in his capacity as Inspector1
of Ordnance shall be responsible to
the commanding .General for the
condition of the arms, munitions
and accoutrements of the forces, and
may be by such General removed
for inefficiency or other good cause.
He shall receive a salary of not less
than seventy-five, nor more than one
hundred and twenty-five dollars per
month, as a majority of the Cabinet
Skc. 28. All moneys chargeable
against the military seivice shall be
drawn from the fund in the Treas
ury, appropriated for such purpose,
on the countersigned order of the
Minister of the Interior, first re
commended by tho Brigadier Gen
eral. Sec. 29. Chapter XXII, of the
Session Laws of 188! being an Act
entitled "An Act to organize the
Military Forces of the Kingdom,"
and all other laws and parts of laws
in conllict with any of the provisions
of this Act are hereby repealed.
Sec. 30. This Act shall take
effect and be a Law from and after
the date ef its approval.
I70R A HANDSOME BONNET
mid Uai the right pluee to go U to
pacbs' Store, 104 Fori 81. S3
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
eiotliini will be gratefully receiv
ed for the iise of (lie inmates of 1 tie
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kukaako,
or at the Leper Settlement on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Waierliousc, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. - tfcf tf
TF YOU WANT" A SERVANT,
JL advertise in the Daily Bulletin,
SOMETHING NEW I Ecru Bro.
eii'led Silk I'oiiBee, new and ttylish,
ut Sachs' Stoic, 101 Fort Street. 93
TOB PRINTING of all kinds exe
I anted at the Daily Bulletin Office
of Jul Triii:niing, Jet Dres Sets,
Jet Drei-s Panels; anil Jet and Silk l'us.
sameniries to ba found at Saclio' tt re,
104 Fort Sircet. . 3
I7INEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL forum Port, Madeira and Malaga
for sale iu Kegs and ca--s by
UUiNSAL,V Ji. iIIU.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
Imve jul received ex Australia
anotln-r lot. of 'I at. " PHILADELPHIA.
LAGER 1iEtK " in kegs wukh Uiey
are offering to their customers. , 67
IF YOU FINDANYTHING,
JL advertise it iu the Daily Hullbtin
O NICE LARGE FURNISHED
rooms, No. 4 Ohiicu Lane, U'C
second door from Union street. Apply
on the premises. IGif
THE ADVERTISER ISOPEV FOR
nn engagement as Hock keeper.
Cashier, und Correspondent Tcstimo.
nials as to abilby of tlie hlfilicst class.
Apply to P. O. Box 4:6. 90 lin
With irofid Bath acenmmodations.
From eS.OO to 2.50 per week.
CENTRAL HOUSE, Alakea St.
mil IF FASIUOO !
63 & 65 Fort Street.
Just Opened Out! the Latest Novelties
in Dress Goods!
Imported Direct from Europe. Prices very low.
SPECIAL BARGAINS !
Ladies' 8-Button Undressed Kid Gloves in all new sluwles
Bent Quality : : : : at a pair, worth i?2. 50
Silk GIOVCS and MittS, just received from Europe.. Price
100 Pieces Nun's Veiling, Latest Shades
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Boys' and Children's
Clothing, Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoes.
fS. 13 11 I
GREAT CLEARANCE ' SALE !
BELOW COST ! BELOW COST !
On account of Il.Ii2II VV.VI-1 to our Magnificent
Xew Store in the McINERXY liLOCK,
We offer tlie
Greatest Bargains Ever; Offered in Town!
and will sell until our removal ACTUALLY BELOW
COST our entire Stock of
Gent's, Ms anil Boy's Rue Custom Alade Clothing,
White and.;Cclored Linen Shirts,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, ,
Also , nr SiWifl ass't if Firiislin Goods
EGAN & CO.
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Honolulu, II. I.
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HOLIDAY TRADE! HOLIDAY TRADE! .
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A Fine Line of Holiday Goods
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COLGATE & CO., L'UNDBORGS,
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