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HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 21, 1801.
Uu'.IHU'lll1! IG J., r f-Nis pep vCNri" Vol- 11 No. aoo. 7; s IE "DAM BilLLli'l'lS" 18 PUBMSIIKU Every Afternoon Except Sundays At the OlUee, Queen street, Honolulu, a. 1. DANIEL LOGAN Editor & Manager KOK THE Daily Bulletin Publishing Company, (Limited ) MLMMCKIPTIO&M! Daily Bulletin, 1 year 80 00 ii " (i mouths 3 00 per mouth (de livered) fi WV.KKl.Y BUM.KTIN SUMMAItY, 1 year 00 foreign 6 00 Both IVlf phones o. SSO. Ijr Address all business communica tions "Manauku Daily Bullktin." tSfAili'.rcss all matter for publica tion "Korrou Daily Bullktin." !. O. OX Hit. IIOUOIUIU. II. I. I M. MON8ARRAT. Att.wiK.v r l.nw and Notarv J'ulillii. Merchant street, Honolulu. l-'Jl I ALFRED MAOOON. O , Attorney at Law and Notary Public, lulu. No. 12 Merchant street, Hono- l-yi UW. SCHMIDT & SONS, Importers & Commission Mer chants. Kort street, Honolulu. 1-91 HHACKFELD & CO , Uoneral Commission Agents. Corner Fort and Queen streets, Hono lulu, 11. 1. G W MACFARLANE & Co., T Importers and Coniinission Merchants. Queen street, Honolulu, II. 1. 1 ONSALVES & CO., Jl Wholesale Grocers and Wine Merchants. Beaver Block, Honolulu, ILL 11 JOHN T. WATERHOUSE, Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise. Queen street, Honolulu, H. I. 191 WILDER & CO., Dealers in Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nails, Halt and Building Materials of every kind. Corner Fort and Queen streets, Honolulu. 1-91 L EWERS fe COOKE, Importers and Dealers in Lum ber and all kinds of Building Materials. Fort street, Honolulu. 1-91 HONOLULU IRON WORKS, Honolulu, I I H. I. Bteani Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers, Coolers; Iron, Brass and Lead Castings; Machinery of every description made to order. 1'artieular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmithing. Job Work ex ecuted at short notice. 1-91 Atlas Assurance Crow UF li.lON. H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS, Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1-91 Dr. EMEKSON, NO. 135 i-Oltr HT11KKT. liell Telcplioue 91. HOURS: 8 :30 to 10 ::!0 a. m."8W m 2 to 3 P. m. Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m. Residence, School st. Bell Tel. 149. 111-tf. LOUIS ANDRADE & CO., Contractors for Brick & Stone Build ings of All Kinds. Good references and all work guaranteed OT Olllce at L. Audrade's store, Ki uau street. 3m C. B. RIPLEY, AIIC1I ITKCT. Okkice: Koom 5. Sprockets' Block. Mutual Telephone 208. New Designs ! Modorn Buildings I Complete plans and specifications for every description of building. Contracts drawn and careful superintendence of consliueliou given when required. Call and examine plans. upr 2!) ly rso'rioi;:! 'IMIK patrons of the Oceanlr S. S. Co. X Hie lieiioy UollUcil that llcicaltei no round trip or excursion ilckuls will on issued r any of lint through iiml' ali'UiuoiH, Tlie.e ticket will, however, lie issued an customary for I lie local leiuei "Australia" and Zealaiidla.'' 'iiM'nrrs wlui hold round trip tickets and Wlxli to take the through mail li'UlinT will be charged uu t-klu fwu of I'ur order ' tin1 Oceania h. 8. Co, WM. U.I It WIN A CO., M If iteiiioul Atrioilii Scotch Splint Coal ! 'I 'UK iiii.lei.ilin J (!.- for ml.- Mm lulu, nl lnl Mt-oli li flillnl I o.il, jmi I tOIIWil pi I . 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 - ' llolll til.l. (I'lU, fill. I li.ll l Iigtlill III III -I U I I ll I n,il, uinl r- iil.ili .mini ul .nil, linil-i liuld tiinl pliuuliii, tlipliii! iimi, VUU t. W. I Aitl.ANt A t IA m Mifflin Go.'s LOCAL LINK. Arrive Honolulu from IS. F. Leave Honolulu for S. F. S. S.AUSTRALIA. Dec 29 Jan 5 Jan 26 Feb 2 Feb 23 March 1 March 22 March 29 April 19 April 20 May 17 May 24 June 14 June 21 July 12 July 19 Aug 9 Aug 16 Sept 6. Sept 13 Oct 4 Oct 11 Nov 1 Nov 8 THROUGH LINK. Arrive from San Francisco. Sail for San Fran cisco. Monnwai Jan 14 .Alameda Alameda Feb 11 .Mariposa Mariposa Mar 10 Mouowai Monowai. . . .April 7 Alameda Alameda .May 5 Mariposa Mariposa June 2 Monowai Monowai June 30 Alameda Alameda July 28 Mariposa Mariposa Aug 25 Monowai Monowai Sept 22 Alameda Alameda Oct 20 Mariposa Mariposa Nov 17 Monowai Australian Mi Service! MK MAN IKASCIW'O. The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship "ALAMEDA," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auckland on or about Jan. 14, 1891, And will leave for the above port with mails aim passengers ou or about that date. fcajf For freight or passage, having si perior accommodations, apply to We G. IRWIN & CO.. I'd, Agents. For Sydney and Auckland ! The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship "MONOWAI," Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu from ban Francisco on or about Jan. 14, 1891, And will have prompt dispatch with mails and passengers for the above ports. t2T For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to Wm. G. IS WIN & CO.. I'd, 1-91 Agents. Wilfler's Stwi Co.'s TIME TAItLK: ST MR. 'K1NAU,' CLARKE, Commaiuljr, Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p. M., touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Bay and Makcna the same day ; Mahu kona, Kawaihae and Luupahochon the following day, arriving at Hilo at midnight. LEAVES HONOLULU. Tuesdny Dec 22 Friday Jan 1 Tuesday Jan 12 Friday Jan 22 Returning leaves Hilo touching at Latipahoetioe same day ; Kawaihae, A. m. ; Mahnkona, 12 noon ; Makena, 6 p. m. ; Maalaea Bay, 8 P. M. ; Laha ina, 10 p. M. the following day; arriv ing at Honolulu 6 A. M. Wednesdays and Saturdays. AKUIVK8 AT HONOLULU. Wednesday Dec 30 Saturday Jan 9 Wednesday Jan 20 Saturday . . , y , Jan 30 gjBT No Freight will be received after 12 noon of day of sailing. STMR. 'CLAUDINE.' DAVIES, Commander, Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at h o'clock p. M., touching at Kului lui, lluelii, Maim, Hamuli and Kipa liulil, He turning will arrive at Hono lulu every Sunday umriiiiig. IW Sn Freight will lm rew iveil after 4 p, m, on day uf sailing, ('niisigiii'i's niuxt Le at tln liindijiK In reel ive Hieir fri iglit, as we will mil In Id norm vr ri'Hiuiil'li' iifli r i it 1 1 fn iglil lui I.i i'ii liiiiili d. VS'liile the f'ollipuiiy Will tliiii il.Hi illlieliru ill liuliillliig live oliii k, wu decline to riiliie any ri rpoiMllulily in u of the n of caiiu , aiol w ill nu he i punilie fur iiioiu y or ji wi liy unlix pl..ril in I ku run of I'iiim in. VV. C. S ll hr lf, I'l.kid.m, H. It lit (:, l i ii t.iiy, Al l , J. A. kIN'i, l ull ul t, BY AUTHORITY Proposed Amendment to the Constitution, AN ACT To Amend Articles 48, 56, 59, 62 and 63 op the Constitution and to Add a New Article to the Constitution to bk Called Article 83. Be it enacted by the King and the Legislature of the Hawaiian Kingdom : Section 1. Article 48 of the Con stitution is hereby amended so that said Article shall read as follows: "Article 48. Every Bill which shall have passed the Legislature shall, before it becomes law, be pre senled to the King. If he approve he shall sign it and it shall thereby become a law, but, if not, he shall return it, with his objections, to the Legislature, which shall enter the objections at large on their Journal and proceed to reconsider it. If after such reconsideration it shall be approved by a two-thirds vote of all the elective members of the Legisla ture, it shall be returned to the King for signature, but if such signature shall again be refused, then it shall become a law. In all such cases the votes shall be determined by yeas and nays, and the names of the per sons voting for and against the Bill shall be entered on the Journal of the Legislature. If any Bill shall not be returned by the King within ten days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have been presented to him, the same shall be a law in like man ner as if he had signed it, unless the Legislature by their adjournment prevent its return,' in which case it shall not be a law." Section 2. Article 56 of the Con stitution is hereby amended so that said Article shall read as follows : "Article 56. A Noble shall be a male subject of the Kingdom, who shall have attained the age of twenty five years and resided in the King dom three years, and shall be the owner of taxable property in this Kingdom of the value of three thou sand dollars over and above all en cumbrances, or in receipt of an in come of not less than six hundred dollars per annum." Section 3. Article 59 of the Con stitution is hereby amended so that said Article shall read as follows : "Article 59. Every male subject of the Hawaiian Islands, of Hawai ian, Ameiican, or European birth or descent, who shall have attained the age of twenty years, and shall have paid his taxes, and shall have caused his name to be entered on the list of voters for Nobles for his District, shall be an elector for Nobles, and shall be entitled to vote at any elec tion of Nobles, provided:" And also that the clause numbered second of said Article 59 shall be amended to read as follows: "Second. That he shall own and be possessed in his own right of tax able property in this country of the value of not less than one thousand dollars oyer and above all encum brances or shall have actually re ceived an income of not less than six hundred dollars during the year next preceding the registration for each general election." Section 4. Article 63 of the Con stitution is hereby amended so that said Article shall read at follows: "Article 63. No person shall sit as a Noble or Representative in the Legislature unless elected under, and in conformity with, the provi sions of this Constitution." Section 5. Article 62 of the Con btitulion is hereby amended so that said Article uliall read at follows: "Article 62. Every tiialu subject of the Kingdom, of Hawaiian, Ameri can, or European birtli or descent, who uliall have luken an oath to nop pott lliu (,'uiinliUiiion ami law in the in a u 1 1 ii provided for elector of No lileii who almll have paid tils luxes, who lill Imvu attained llie agu of iMcniy jinii, uii'l uliiill Imve been domiciled in the Klud uu foi one ) i ur iimiiii ihiiti I) pri tuling the 1 1. I mil me I Intll kimw Imw to 1 1 iid Mini Willi.' Hilar lm IliittiilluU, linluli, or some European language, (if born since the year 1840,) and shall have caused his name to be entered on the list of voters of his District as may be provided by law, shall be entitled to one vote for the Repre sentative or Representatives of that District, provided, however, that the requirements of being domiciled in the Kingdom for one year imme diately preceding the election, and of knowing how to read and write, either the Hawaiian, English, or some European language, shall not apply to persons residing in this Kingdom at the time of the promul gation of this Constitution, if they shall register and vote at the first election which shall be held under this Constitution." Section 6. A new article in addi tion to, and in amendment of the Constitution, to be called Article 83, is hereby added to said Constitution to read as follows: "Article 83. The Legislature may from time to time enact such laws as it may deem proper for the super vision and control and identification of all persons or any one class or na tionality who may be introduced into the Kingdom for the purpose of per forming agricultural labor, and may also, by law, restrict and limit the term of residence in the Kingdom of such agricultural laborers and the business or employment in which they may engage." I hereby certify that the foregoing Bill passed its Third Reading in the Legislature of the Hawaiian King dom on the 10th day of November, A. D. 1890. CHARLES WILCOX, Secretary. PROPOSED AMENDMENT To Article 55 of the Constitution ok 1M87. as Provided for by Article 82 of the Said Con stitution. Be it enacted by the King and the Legislature of the Hawaiian Kingdom : ' Section 1. That Article 55 of the Constitution of 1887, be and the same is hereby amended by striking out the words "two hundred and fifty" in the seventh line, and insert ing in place thereof the words "five hundred," so that the Article shall read as follows : "Article 55. Tlie Representatives shall receive for their services a com pensation to be determined by law, and paid out of the Public Treasury but no increase of compensation shall take effect during the biennial term in which it shall have been made ; and no law shall be passed increasing the compensation of Representatives beyond the sum of five hundred do! lars each for each biennial term." I hereby certify that the foregoing Bill passed its Third Reading in the Legislature of the Hawaiian King dom on the 10th of November, A. D, 1890. CHARLES WILCOX, 287 tf Secretary. SEALED TENDEKS Will be received at the Interior Of fice until January 14, 1892, at 12 o'clock noon for Dredging the Bar at the entrance to Honolulu Harbor, to a uniform depth of not less than tlr.rty feet, length, say Eleven Hun dred feet ; width at bottom not less that Two Hundred feet. The material excavated therefrom to be deposited in a place prepared for the same on the Kakaako Flats The Government will furnish for this work a Hydraulic Dredger free of charge, with the understanding that the Contractor slmll be respon sible for any and all damages to the hull, machine!)', pipes, etc., and that he shall return the same to the Gov ernment when the work is completed in as good order as when received, reasonable wear and tear excepted. That said Plant shall be insured against total loss in favor of the Ha waiian Government and the cost of insurance borne by the Contractor while in his charge. The Contractor luill furnish to the Government, ImiiiU in the Pciiul Sum of oixty-llvc tliouiaud dollars (i'i,i,(Mi(i) in perform the woik in accordance ilh I'"' conditioim named III Hie contract und uNo a ugaiiml ilutiMgc lo or oof Dredger. I'I.iik and pi i dii iittoii cull be ki'i u and ull rnpiin d lliloiuiulion oil tamed, upon uppln .iii.ni to Ha ili o llie Siijn linti lidi nl of Public U oiU The Minister of the Interior docs not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. C. N. SPENCKK, Minister of the Interior. Interior Olllce, Nov. 25, 1891. 278 8t ,, T I I Ifl REASON WHY The New Drug Store is being so well patronized, is very easy to understand. It is well known that drugs and medicines do not improve with age, especially in this climate. Hence, everyone who stops to think a moment on the subject concludes immediately that, if it is necessary to take medicine, it is an important point to be sure and get the FRESi i est medicines that can be obtained. For instance, if there is an infant in the family and it is desirable to feed it on Mellin's Food or llidge's Food, why not get the freshest in the market? Scott's Emulsion is far more palatable when fresh, and if you are taking it for general debility, or any other trouble, you will find it better to get it as fresh as possible. Then again, Pills, Cough Medicine, Liniment or any one of the many Patent Medi cines, if they are fresh, you can expect to get beneficial effects. The entire stock at the New Drug Store can be re lied upon, for everything is new and of the best quality. Moreover IIobhox, New man fc Co. guarantee that their Goods are just as they represent them. As you pass their way drop in and look at those Tooth Brushes which they claim to be the best in Honolulu. Corner fort & King Streets. T ll K - BURLifJG T Formerly the Grand Hotel. Corner Second Jb Market Street, San Francisco. MRS. BURLING, Proprietress. This Fine Hotel, centrally located for business purposes, having been thor oughly renovated and newly furnished throughout, offers special conveniences to intending visitors from the Hawaiian Islands. iyA complete system of electric bells. Direct communication with Hoffman Cafe. Rooms Irom $1 per Day Upwards. 287 am GEORGE LUCAS, Contractor & Bui Builder. Honolulu Steam PI uiing Mil).,, Espla nade, Honolulu. Manufactures ail kinds of Mouldings, Brackets, Window Frames, I limls, Sashes, Doors, and all kinds of wnod work linisli. Turning, Scroll and Band Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Planing, Morticing und Tcnantim;. Jf" Orders promptly nuclide .1 to and work guaranteed. Orders from the other Islands tiolicltcd. i-'.l W. T. MONSARRAT, YHt'i'inary Sui'jrt'oii, MT- Olllre at Hotel Stub , lintel In el. I.olh Teli phone S'i. Iti-i-Mence : Mutual 'lei. lilli. lire lu-'.ll iln Dillon llii' ILiiImt IS lm iloillU bllsillc-' nil III- OUII HI' rotiiil at "7 King Iih, uliin lie will be pleasid lo -iie ail lo- old ll icliil iiliil as Ui'OiV iev oim u- nuV tall. ilc lo.'H ' SU iSCKIbL b I'"' !"' Bui.' tin. .,o trlil. pi t u til. BaMwiii Lee ; was The undersigned having been tippointcn sole agents for tlia Hawaiian Islands For the Celebrated i mm 'I It From the works of Borbdra, Parry, UMIliins & Co., riilliidt lMu. I'-nn., Are now prepared to give estimates and receive order for these engines, of size and style. The Baldwin Locomotive Wouks are now manufacturing a style of Loco motive particularly adapted For Plantation Purposes, A number of which have recently been received at these Islands, and we will have pleasure in furnishing plantation agents and managers with particulars of same. The superiority of these Locomotives over all other makes is not only known here but is acknowledged throughout the United States. Win. G. Ill WIN & Co., L'd, Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands !-!)! Ml CANDY FACTOR! F. iiOK.V, Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook & linker. 71 Hotel St. -0tt)air Telephone 74. l -01 Ttic ut Lur ch in lown. Tea and GofFco at 111 Hours The Finest Brands of ittiriiys on lluiitt. 81. J!. SOII Proprietor. 1-91 C. BREWER & CO.. (L11IITKI), General Mercantile AND Commission Agents LIST OK OHl'ICKKS: J. O. Carter President A Manager O. II. Robertson Treasurer K. F. Bisho Secretary W. F. Alleu Auditoi diuegtous: Hon. C. R. Bishop, S. C. Allen, H. Waterhouse. 1-91 CASTLE & COOKE i'hi'i;kn, Hardware, Skipping AND Commission M or chants. DEALKKS IN General Merchandise 1 Plantation Agents, Life, Fire & Marine Insurance Agents. II HONOLULU, H. I. ,91 J King Hlreel. Ilunoliilo. Excellent accommodation for patients. 1)11. A. K. IK) WAT, V. S. OIHce Hours 7:S0 to 10 a.m.; 12:30 to 2 p. in.; 4:3U toll p. in. Tklki'iionks: Bellini. Mutual is;!. P. O. Box 32ti. lX'tf rou iii: nt j . TIIK Very Desirable Resi- I I deuce located on Kiuau j fa.iA.ii street near the coiner of I'en- saeola slieet. presently occupied by P. ! I. August Khlers. House contains par- lots, uiiiing-rooni, kitchen, three ehalil i hers, liaihiooiii. pantry, veranda rooms ' and ample i lu-et space. Possession given ! December 1-t. Impure at I HAWAII X llARDWAl.T, CO.. ; 2l."ll( loll tl( i t. opp. .pleckels. DWliNS.MA klNa J MRS. DYKIi liiiu ju-t returned from Sali I laiicl-co til inking all the :ilrt .1 Ir- mil ili-ifll-, HiMlllbe glad I all In i p.iion ilr-iioi(. i if haunt; niitlliiii 'I 'ur in liei line (or the llolla . IioihI III atet ti aoliab.c price-, 1'iiik liboHl and Iv ii oi -lui I-. J-l lm AND H.VJvi:itV. ClPR, J Titai ). A. STEVEN, Esials k IfflFMCB Agent. Corner Fort it Merchant SN, Mutual Tel. 419. Bell Tel. 274. P.O. Box 40. FOK KENT. Desirable Family Residence on Bere tauia street, large hit, well laid out in fruit trees and tlowers, a lovely home. Will let on a term to a suitable tenant at a low rental; every ciiuvciiicme in the house. Ti n-rooined House o j Here taliia St., large and airy, pleasantly situated, good view, large lot . Rent i.i'i. House of Grooms on Beretania St., stabling, outhouses, etc. Rent fcl.'i. Two Stores on King street. House of (i rooms on Kawaiahao lane, within 10 ininules of Post Olliee. Kent i. Furnished Small Cottage on Fortst. Rent 9 10. House on lieretiiuia st. Rent 8-". t IMPORTANT SALE ! OX account of Captain Monsieau's departure by the next outgoing steamer, and to close partnership ac counts Dr. Trousseau offers for sale llie Hawaiian Ostrich & Egg Farm, Ivuplolunl 1'urlc, Comprising the Freehold of the Pro perty, Furniture, Agricultural Imple ments, Windmills, Pumps, Steam Fn- gine, etc., etc. 2 Pair of Breeding Ostriches, 35 more or less Young Ostriches. From a dav to 8 months old; 1 Horse and Brake, 1 Express Wagon, 1 Cart, a large number of purebred Urowu Leghorn Fowls and others. taf" The Property will be sold as a whole, or everything separately to suit pnrchaseis. '1 here are ou the Farm over 2uu Navel Orange, Adriatic Fig, and Olive Trees, and over lOUO Imported Pineapple PlanW of the best, sorts. The whole of the land is laid out for complete irrigation, tht water being sup plied from an inexhaustible surface well of very sweet water. Dr. Trousseau assumes all liabilities of the Ostrich Farm and would like all accounts, if any, to be sent to him by October 31st. Inspection invited. Captain Moris scan will give every possible informa tion. IqST For juice and other particulars, apply to 254 tf DR. TROUSSEAU. Sucking; Pigs! For the Christmas Holidays. GHoicb k umi Piss On hand and for sale from now till New Years. toy Orders will be received now in advance for delivery when wanted. KAPAHULU l-ARM. tST Mutual Tel. 852. 278 33t jfif .; FOR SALE! 1HAVK Four Fine Residence Sites, situated on Piikoi street, for sale. The Lots have a frontage of i)4 feet on Piikoi street and are 2ou feet deep, are nicely laid out, in f i uit and shade trees and are all covered with grass; water laid on throughout. The situation of these Lots and the limited number make it necessary that intending purchasers should imike early application to the undersigned, from whom all particulars can be had. .IAS. F. MORGAN'. 203 tf E. B. THOMAS, C0NTBACT0S and BUILDER. Kstiinates given ou all kinds of Brick, iron, Stone and Wooden Buildings. All kinds of Jobbing in the Building Trade attended to Keeps for sale Brick, Lime, Cement, Iron Slone Pipe and Fittings, Old and New Corrugated Iron, Minion Tiles, (Quarry Tiles, assorted sixes and colors; Calimrnia and Monterey Sand, O i anile Curbing and Blocks, Etc. Sq Olllce and Yard: Cor. King ami Smith streets. Ollice Hours: 8 to 12 A. M., and 1 to 4 r. M. lor Telephones: Hell. 3"I; Mutual, 417. Residence: Mutual, 410. 1'. O. Box. 117. 12! ly l'UlU.IU NOTICE. RNOW all ineu by this notice that, from and attei this dale, have tins day discharged Mr. II. C. L'lukoii hum acliug as an agent tor me in any sense ulrilcM i, in the charge ami ad uiiiiistiaiioii ol all my property, and in the collci lion o hi) tines and rcuis upon liny and all my estate in ilu kingdom. Any one hIio lioiil- oi is in hicsoii ol any properly or who has any liiiucs or payinculs to make, u ill u au.acl lliu same u uh me pel oii iii at my pl.uc at 1 1 oil II ik.ill l, III lloliolnl'l. 1 1 ill 11. h U lol.AM. Iii ,U NaM.ihi. Honolulu, Xut. 3, 1V.M. iJ'J Jul Den Kesidejice Sites