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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FHIDAY, AUG. 19, 1892.
Fin day, Auk. 10.
Stmr Kiiulii from Wiiianae and Wuialua
Stmr .1 A Cummins from Koolntt
I'lllDAY, Aug. 10.
Am bktne Wrestler, IScrguiaii, for Eureka,
Stmr Kinait for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p 111
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Nor lk Northern Light, Johsmscn, for
Huynl lloads, 11 0
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Aug 1!) For Volcano: Lee Taubman.
W'uv ports: Itev llishon and Mrs Willis, K
1) flaldwin, Hons K 1) Walbridge, H 1'
llaldwin and W O Smith, Mrs Kyniior.sley,
11 Mist, Mr Kapaliu and wife, MissSchoch,
W Beilowitz, Luther Severance and others.
The steamer Kinau left this afternoon.
The Norwegian hark Northern Light will
leave to-moriow for Koyul Itoads, 11. 0., in
A diver was engaged to-day in odjusting
and re-coppering the pile at the end of the
Chiudiiic wharf. It had been nulled up
two or three feet recently.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Lililia
street for sale.
Monthly meeting of Mechanics'
Benefit Union this ovoning.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn rolioved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Sinit h & Co.,
Lewis J. Lovoy will soil dry goods,
furniture, etc., at auction to-morrow
at 10 o'clock.
The Stoon-Smith entertainers will
give a second exhibition of mystery
and magic Saturday evening.
A special mooting of tlio Honomu
Sugar Co. will bo hold at C. Browor
& Co.'s ollico, Saturday, Sept. 3d, at
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing dono at thoir houses by Miss
Wolf, 73 Boretania street. Mutual
Mechanics' Homo, f9 and (51 Hotel
street. Lodging 1)3' day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
A parcol of land at Waimea, Kau
ai, will bo sold at auction under fore
closure of mortgage, by L. J. Lovoy
on Wednesday next at 12 o'clock
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
ken street, opposito tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Oflico hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 1,
and evenings (5 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll tolophono 197 ; Mutual (582.
A Steroopticon Exhibition will bo
given under tho auspices of tho
Scottish Thistle Club, assisted by
tho Hon. J. Morsdon and Mr. J.
Lightfoot, in tho club hall, Mer
chant street, on Saturday evening,
at 7:30. Admission free. All mem
bers and friends cordially invited to
Take Good Oaro of the Children.
If you have children you will bo
interested in tho experience of Mr.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vermillion Co.,
111. Ho says: "Two years ago two
of my family, a young man and a
girl, had very severe and dangerous
at tacks of bloody flux. Tho doctor
hero was unablo, after n week's time,
to chock or relieve either caso. I
throw tho doctor overboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhuia Uoinedy. Im
provement was seen very soon and
J113' children arose in a few days
from what I feared would bo their
deathbed. It is a grand, good medi
cine," For sale by all dealers. Bon
Bon, Smith & Co., Agents.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
No sign of tho Gaelic yot.
Tho tnlk of tlio town Horner's
Mcclmnics' .Benefit Union this
Matters aro dull in SupromoCouit.
Tlio Bank bill is gutting nioro
vontilation this afternoon.
Tho S.S. Oceanic will bo duo no.t
Tuesday from San Francisco.
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Weather
clear; wind, fresh northeast.
Uov. and Airs. Bishop Willis loft
for Hawaii on tho Kinau to-day.
There will bo no matineo to-morrow
afternoon by tho Steon combina
tion. Tho Aloha Gallery is turning out,
some excellent portrait and land
Leo Taubman was a solitary pas
songor by tho Kinau for the Volcano
l'uuheana and a Chinaman were
subjects of arrest for cho fa yester
day. Tho native is out on bonds.
Tho trial of Georgo JJoso for lar
ceny of $10 occupied tlio whole of
this morning's session in tho l'olico
A petition filed by T. Chindock'
Chinese, to put E. OnWai.& Co.
into bankruptcy, has been discon
tinued. Judge Bickerlon to-day ordered
letters of administration to issue to
Mrs. Win. Gude on the estato of her
Honorables W. O. Smith, R. D.
Walbridge and II. P. Baldwin wore
passongors on tho Kinau this after
noon for Maui.
Manoa is becoming quito a stamp
ing ground for agriculture, tho whole
valley being covered with banana
and pinoapple trees.
Chief Justice Judd will hold the
postponed term of the Third Judi
cial Circuit at Waiohinu, Hawaii,
opening September 8.
A native named Kalulu, a generally
known bad character, was arrested
this morning for being a vagrant,
and lodged in a Station cell.
Thoro will bo a state ball at tho
Palaco this evening, in honor of
Admiral Parrayon of tho French
flagship Dubourdieu and his ollicers.
A small Portuguese boy was caught
stealing wood .last night and was
taken to tho Police Station. Ho was
reprimanded and released on his
promise not to do it again.
A lady on tho wharf put her fin
gers in nor ears while tho itinaus
whistle was blowing this afternoon
in order to hear her companion
hotter. Did you over hear the liko?
A man named Kaluawai was ar
rested yesterday on complaint 03
his wifo of ill-treatment. This morn
ing she repented of her action and
t ho man was released, as the' domes
tic difficulty had been adjusted.
Col. J. II. Boyd, clerk of tho Land
Ollico, Interior Department, sold at
auction the leaso of tho Pacific Mail
warehouse on tho Esplanade, Messrs.
H. Hackfold & Co. buying it at tho
upset price of 500 a year.
Tho wifo of Manuel Rapos at
Pauoa gave birth to a child last
night, which had only one leg. It
lived a epiartor of an hour. Thoro
was no doctor in attendance. Tho
sox of tho child could not bo deter
mined. At 3:30 o'clock this afternoon tlio
Legislature was arguing on a motion
mado by Hon. J. Nawahi to consider
Horner's banking bill section by sec
tion. Hon. P. Neumann strongly
opposed tho motion. There is a
Miss Mary Allan West, an instruc
tor in uiothodH of work of I ho W. O.
T. U., is on tho Coast on hor way to
Japan. Sho will return by way of
tho Hawaiian Islands. Miss West is
president of tho Illinois Press Asso
ciation, being editor of tho Union
Signal, and first vice-president of
tho Women's Press Commission of
tho World's Fair.
A Chinaman was arrested yester
day morning for having live chickens,
for whoso ownership ho could not
account, in his possession, Tho
Chinaman and fowls wore taken to
tho Police Station, tho latter to
await identification by tho owner.
This morning a native named Kamni,
living at Kainoiliili, called at tho
Police Station and reported that ho
missed live chickens two roosters
and three hens. On being asked to
describe tho fowls, hu did so to tho
entire satisfaction of all. Ho was
then allowed to seo the chickens.
Mr. Kamni stated that ho had pur
chased tlio fowls from another native
named J. Kua, residing at tho same
place. There was another arrest
yesterday for tho same offense.
Chicken stealing is becoming fre
quent, although it is not near
Chiueso Now Year's,
FrtiDAY, Aug. 19, 1892.
Tho Assembly convened at 10, and
the minutes wore read and approved.
Noble Neumann, from (he Judi
ciary Committee, reported on Bill
137, to provide for a police justice
for tho Island of iMolokai, to the ef
fect that they deem tho proposition
unnecessary and recommend that
tho Bill bo tabled. Report adopted.
From tho same Committee by the
same member a report was presented
011 tho resolution that candidature
fees deposited by Messrs. Apiki and
Kapaliu bo returned to them, (o the
effect that an item bo inserted in the
Appropriation Bill to cover the
amount. Tabled for Appropriation
From tho same Connnilleo a re
port on Bill 152, relating to tlio is
suing of executions and proceed
ings thereupon. Report was tabled
for consideration with the Bill.
From tho same Committee a re
port on a resolution relative to tho
payment of 0110 Kanoha for services
in connection with tho Kohala
Wider Works, recommending that
tho resolution be tabled. Report
From tho sanio committee on tho
bill to prohibit tho sale of salt
salmon, thoy report that tho provi
sions of the bill aro both unjust and
impolitic, and recommend that (ho
bill bo tabled. Report tabled for
consideration with the bill.
Under suspension of the rules No
ble Thurston presented a petition
from tax-payers of Honolulu pray
ing that tho tax 011 playing cards be
removed. To Finance Committee.
Noble Williams from tho Printing
Committee reported Ihat the report
of the Finance Committee and Bill
No. (58 wore printed.
At 10:30 on motion tho Order of
tho Day was brought up and tho
unfinished business was for tho time
deferred,considerat ion being given to
tho following bills on second read
ing. BilllGl. To amend Article -11 of
the Constitution. To Judiciary
Bill 1(52. To punish tho use -of
vulgar or obt-ceno language. To
Bill 1(53. Relating to coroners. To
Bill 161. Order of challenging
jurors in criminal cases.
Bill 105. Relating to a Royal
Patent for land in Kau. Judiciary.
Bill 109. Relating to foreign lire
insurance companies. Special Order
of tho Day for next Thursday.
Bill 171. Relating to sugar plant
ers holding ollico under tho Govern
ment. To Military.
Bill 172. To provide for the vot
ing of seamen engaged in the inter
island trade. To Judiciary.
Bill 151a. To def ermine (ho status
of tho landings of the Kingdom and
the rights of tho public therein.
Bill 1(5(5. Relating to Chiueso im
migration. To Labor.
Bill 1(57. Relating to pilots and
pilotage at the port of Honolulu.
Consideration on Thursday next.
Bill 1(58. Relating to Chinese im
migration. To Labor.
Bill 174, an Act to defiuo tho
duties of the judicial stenographer
in certain cases. To Select Com
mittee. At 10:17 tho House resolved into
Committee of tho Whole, Rep.
Robert W. Wilcox in tho chair and
proceeded with tlio further con
sideration of Bill 78, tho Hawaiian
Noble Macfarlano made a very
strong speech against (ho Bill, say
ing that he was opposed to it fir.-t,
last and all tho time. Ho considered
that it was fraught with danger to
tlio country, ilo was opposed to the
Bill because it proposed lo Hood the
country with an unlimited issue of
paper money. Paper money brought
tlio Argentine Republic to grief and
Brazil was now in tho last throes of
financial ruin from the same cause.
Ho advised tho Hawaiian members
that no more cunningly devised
scheme could have been invented to
steal thoir country away from them,
If il was desired to proorvo the
independence and political auto
nomy of Hawaii then wo must steer
clear of just such schemes :s this.
He commented satirically upon the
provisions of several sections of the
Hill and ended with tho hope that
tho Bill would be indefinitely post
Hep. Smith considered that further
discussion 01 1 ue inn was not neces
sary as the worthless and oven dan
gerous character of tho bill was very
apparent. Ho would move that the
committee recommend tlio indefinite
Noblo Horner desired to say but a
few words in answer to objections
presented. It was surprising what
Slights of fancy men's imaginations
would carry them to. (Laughter).
Tho honorable member commented
at some length on tho criticisms
mado and showed that lie had en
deavored to present au unobjection
Rep. -Nawahi desired to have the
matter fully discussed. The know
ledge of tho foreign members would
bo of use lo the Hawaiian and would
aid thein in determining t he merits oT
tho bill. He desiied to speak at
some length on the subject himself
but would now move that tho com
mittee take recess until 1:30.
Motion carried and committee tit
1 1 :58 rose for recess.
Mr. Mills in Oakland.
In Oakland yesterday it looked
very much as if the days of the week
had been shullled up and Sunday
had come out in t lit middle. A
stranger would have thought it was
tho slowest business town on record,
and might have wondered whether
it was customary in the city across
the bay to clo'-e tho stores whenever
a circus came to town. Tlio good
people of Oakland, however, knew
what a very different sort of attrac
tion had called them away from their
daily avocations, and thoy aro some
what proud of the fact that so many
of tho business houses responded lo
tho appeal mado to them to close
their doors on the day appointed, so
that their employees might have a
chance to attend the rovival services
in tho great tabernacle. B. Fay Mills
has been a rovivalist for seven years.
His first great success was at Cin
cinnati, where not only the majoritj'
of tho stores were closed, but where
tho wheels of great factories stopped
turning and their employees inarch
ed in a body to tho meeting place,
in Portland, Sacramoulo, and Los
Angeles tho plan was heartily carried
out, and yestei day's experience in
Oakland litis almost nerved the ro
vivalist' to make a similar proposit ion
when ho comes to the rescue of San
Francisco. Oakland's 'stores were
not all closed, but those that remain
ed open wore greatly in the minority.
Broadway and Washington streets
must have surprised any chance
drummer who had expected to take
orders on those thoroughfares yes
terday. Three out of every four
stores had their shades down and a
card in the window announcing the
participation of employers and clerks
in the mid-week Sabbath movement.
Even tho banks kept nothing but a
note clerk on duty, and at least two
saloons ostentatiously shut up shop.
Hun Frcmeixra Chronicle, July 21,
m m m
Old Rngs Wanted.
Clean white rags, suitable for band
ages, aro wanted for use at the Bishop
Homo ami tho Boys' Home, Leper
Settlement, Molokai. Ring up 281
Mutual telephone, and thoy will bo
sent for; or leave the sanio at the
ollico of tho Board of Health, or at
J. T. Waterhouso's, Queen street.
Mr. Lander's Recommendation.
Mr. .T. A. Lauder, a prominent
citizen of Clarksburg, Mo., and
widely known in that Stale, says of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Dinrrhum Ueniedy: "1 have seen its
good results and can recommend
it." For salo by all dealers. I'enson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
Watch cr3-slals aro made by blow
ing a sphere of glass about one yard
in diameter, after which the discs
aro cut from it by means of a pair of
compasses having a diamond at tho
extremity of one leg.
Sir Henry Bessemer suggests the
sulint Ktit ion of aluminium tokens
for bank notes of small denomina
tions. Ho says that with tho recent
progress in tho science of metallurgy
these tokens could bo made in a
fashion' that would sot all the arts
of forgers at defiance.
Dyinond has recently succeeded in
extracting from lettuce an alkaloid
which closely resembles belladonna
in appearance, taste and smell, but
which, in a dose of live grains, is
without injurious olfects. The alka
loid corresponds in formula olo.-oly
Ilnj'alllawaiiiiii Opera (louse
I.I.W1H J. I.I.WI.Y, - MUAIil.lt.
Saturday & Monday Evenings,
AUUrbT MlU A &!d.
Grand Second Performance
OF THK MAltVr.l.OUH
MAIITIIA I). hTUKN,
The Only (liiniline Mind Header and Sec
ond Sight in the World; nn-ci-tcd
PKOF. CHAIILLS N. KTT.LN,
Tho World'nOrealcM Luxcr of Splritim
Usui who hut llalllcd the Most
The Itccognized Premier ycntrilo'iiilHt and
lliimoilst of the orld in his L11-
tertainment "M -tie "ices"
lT Tieketa on Mil. m louis J. Levny't.
The ilox Plan in now "I'on. -I!l7-1
rpHK WKKKLY lll'l LLTIN-US (01
.L mum) of lnteieslim; Heading Mailer.
luhuulMI; mailed to loici6ti countries, $0.
OUR STOCK OI
- -CONSISTS OK - -
Al.l. OK WHICH AltK FKKS11. KVKUY
At Popular Prices !
Hobron, Newman & Co.
t'OUNKll FOItT AND KINO STltKKTS.
MECHANICS' BENEFIT UNION.
rplIK Ui:nUI.AK-MONTHLY MF.KT
X ing of Mechanics' Itenetlt Union will
be held at the hall of Kngine Co. No. 2,
THIS (Friday) DVKNING, at 7:110 o'clock.
THOS. It. LUCAS,
A .SI'HCIAL MKKTINIi OF T1IK
j Stockholders of the Honomu Sugar
Comjitmy will be held on SATFISDAY,
September :d, at 10 o'clock . ji., at the
olllcc of C. Itrewer A- Co., (L'd).
A. C. LOVKKIN,
Secretary Ilonoimt Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. lb, IS!).'. .K)l-2v
QTOCKIIOLDI'.ISS in Tin: waihki:
O Sugar CuulKiiiy will nlea-e take no
tice that a Siiccial" Meeting of the Coin
jinny will be held at the olllcc of C, llri-wer
.V. L'omimiiy, on KIMDAY, the zmli hist.,
nt - o'clock r. st.
.1. O. CAUT1HS,
Secretary Waihee Sugar Co.
Honolttluf Aug. IS, IMU .-.OO-Iw
rplILItr, WILL III: A M KIVCI (f OI"
J. the Stockholder ol the Kohala Sugar
Co. at the ollice id Castlo iV. Cooke, on
MONDAY, the iTJtli itist., at !) o'clock . t.
J. If. ATHI'.ltTON,
mihim: will i;i: a .mf.ktino of
the Stockholders of the Haiku Sugar
Co. at the ollice of Castle .V Cooke, on
MONDAY, the l.'.!d int., at II o'clock . m.
.1. 11. ATHLISTON,
rplIKlli: WILL Hi: A MKLTINt. OF
J tho slockholilerr. of I'aia Plantation
at the ollice of Castle A Couke 011 MON
DAY, Aug. UV, ls'.U, lit 0 o'clock . M.
THOS. W. ilOllUON,
of Trustees of the (Jiiceu'H Hospital
will bo held at the room of the Chamber of
Commerce, on Monday, August , lwu, at
10 o'clock . si., for the purpose of consld
eiing propO'cd Aiiieiidment.s to llv-Lawx.
Per Order. V. A. SCH A HFKll,
Honolulu, July , 1ML I7.vm
To Lot or Lease.
rnwo nici:ly KUIt-
1. nifhed ltooms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
i)in.ixTi.N oiilce. :ra-tf
cottage at iMiiKlkl,
near lleretaiilii street ear.
Ileal 10. Apply this ollice.
DUVAL PUICMISKS, ill
llcrctaiiia utreet, oi
noslto Kort street church.
Apply to It. 1. LILLIi:, K
iis-'-tf AtTheo. II. l)i
iivlcn i: Co.
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpWO NKW COTTAOKS 4sj - ,
L centrally located, con- mfTi?iii
tidnlng two bedrooms, par- 6gii'il'Ki2l,
lor, dinliig-rooin, b.ith and 3iiHiSS:
lleut fla. r.uqiiire at mis ollice.
-VTKW llOUSi; OK KIVK
L rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent . (!.. etc. Commands
one of the lined yiews in Honolulu
to (I7-If) .1. M. VI
A NICK COTTAOi: ON 4 ysy -.
I V Horelauiii etreet, near flKlj5,ta
Pilkoi hlieel, containing gWiilKiuii
Parlor, '1 Itedrooms, lliith- Li22.
room, Diningrooni, Panlr and Kilchen,
Servant's room, Carriage J lousu, Stable, etc.
Traiiicars pass every -'(i minutes. Apply at
ollico of this paper. I.Vs-tf
ll'Aeii yon mint Portrait Jhil'tnjed
cull on Khuj Jtron., yet their Prkr JJtt,
awl tee Sumplrt. TUtj c uji't bo liutt
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Spreckols' Bank.
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER FIT
Ixx Any Style of
Eye Glasses or Spectacles
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
lOS Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, EL I.
Children's Hats -
IOI Fort Street, Honolulu,
(JHILDHKN'S LAUi: HATS,
OHILDIIKN'S .MULL HATS,
OlIILDItKN'.S SILK. HATS,
OHILDIIKN'S MUSLIN HATS,
OHILDIIKN'S HTUAW HATS,
. OHILDIIKN'S LI".5H0UN HATS.
INKANTS' LAQK H0NNKTS,
WANTS' OIIIKKOK HONNKTri,
INKANTS' MUSLIN HONNKTS,
INFANTS' SI L1C HONNKTS.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE, GJREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
Per Bai'lt " .A-ltoort'
a Kur.su invoici: ok
Hay, Grain, Feed
For Sale Cheap In Quantities to Suit.
AT f!) PKU COUD DK.LIVKUKD.
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.,
m ljuwn Btretjt, . w
keep n linnc? If so you want a Dandy
Brush, and you want one trong enough to
last s'Oinethliig that will not go to pieces
in a week. England Is fanioiej for good
brushes mid good mutton. The bnnhei
VooII'ot you this week arc from England.
Wo lmve 110 mutton.
fOllloiillilntlng iiny change In the arrange
lntililof yduf drawing room, your boudoir
Of your kltcliotif Wo rati assist you to 11
COIlsUlorittik' cxlonl In tho Hdortlon of our
TiJliniw, Stovoi, Fixtures and Crocker.
hike Ave minutes of your tlmo and exa
iniiin somo of tlio goods wo oiler you- will
you eniiiptlro our prices with thojo charged
liy oilier dealers? It will benellt you ; mi
It will us. Wt niiiko discount for cash too.
forgotten about tlioso Metal Handled Shoe
Daubers find Ilnedics that you called for
it few weeks ago. We merely remind you
that we have thein now. They are good.
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
H. Hackfeitl & Co.
OKKKU KOU WALK
Best Refined Alcohol !
I For Mechanical & Modlcal Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
r tiik it vi 1: or
' r-'$X,ys Per Oa-llori
KM lNOLUDINUCONTAINKU. Im
The bent thiiijj to aenit to your friend
abroad U A'uii Ifr0tt?,f.( Illustrated Soti
i'oti ir of I la wait, ' ' wh U'h it ijottm vp for
Jim nttrjiose, and U Mi atlvtrtiwntul ,