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T" jsb m -w 3- r & gnilM 8 tUtftitt, THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 1854 MARINE NEW8 PRO TEMPORE LEGISLATURE. Arrivals. Tiicmdat, Anp. 8tmr 1'clo from Mnknweli 23. Dop4Miro TimnsiiAv, Aug. 23. Am bk Amy Turner, Wtillntul, for Hongkong VeMels Laaving To-morrow. Bttnr Klnatt from llnnnll mitl Maul PAMKUgbt. nPATimn. From Illto for Pnn F'nnrlwa, nrr fcark Annie Joiiin, Aug IS-lttvn'itl Mm Kl Baker ami servant, Mr A 11 Lootrnstln aml2cliiMri-ii, KA William, HO Jim klu and U II l.n iirr Weokly Meeting of the Executive and Advisory Councils. a groat boon to a largo number of VDIOIABT JOTTINOB mon who wore out of work. Mr. Damon said thore was n pro position that tho Government guar antee) interest on tho company's bonds. In that cao these Councils should not touch tho matter. It was Procoedings at Circuit Torm ters at Chambers. Mut- Catherino ttatoholor b.v her attor nnv. W. A. Kinney, has filed a dis continuance of her assumpsit suit am nst Phil. Braun, in which the W. C. Wilder, Presidout of tho i"!niiiwt1a. mtnm.ft I III nff firnnmi'a rrn...titif miili Mm iitunl tirmnr will, ' one for runropniitAt ivos comins di- Mm lufn ni-ucnttf. iliidnrl Unlol. rpnllv frotll the DeOtllo of all tllO King, Damon anil Smith; Council-, islands to considor, and not tho few latter had appoaled from jiiilginutit lorn ISrown. linn, wnturlionae, Allen, memoors oi iupso councils uruuKui. , in mo wisinci iuuru McCatidlpss, D. B. Smith, Bolte, i together here, with private interests Maria Joso Hobertes has given a Muudonca and Nott. of their own bearing on tho ques-1 deposition in support of hor petition A.lluif Wililnr irm ninininlml . lion. i ffir lpAVrt to inOrtlMCO TOal estate in secretary pro tern, in place of Dr. Aftor further inform.il talk tho Honolulu, for the benefit of heraoU Wiitlirxr. nlmnnt. 'I' hit ri.ndinir or council.", ni ;iu, auiourueu uu mis anil minor cnuuroo. ouo una thir- Shipping Nolo. The foiiNiuaslPil olimiiier Itoliert tewers arrived In lllo S.ittmUy. the llih In't , 17 days (rum 1'ort Uainlili, with lumber con rlgnd to I lie Omnncit Kugnr Co., llllo, Mid lowers A Cooke, Honolulu. Tbo hark Annie Joliuon mlled for Pan Frauclico front Hlio Haiunlay, the lltli Inst., with K.'flo b.igi ii f ulnar from the Wnlik.a AHII Co ; :tto3 las from tho ltakalau Hiigflrf.'o.t 15,3S li.ngi from the llllo Stiisnr lo., aggregating In weight about OIO tuns minutes was disneusod with. Minister Damon presented tho weekly financial statement. Tho receipts wero S20 723.78. of which Customs yielded S9D33 and Taxes i Sifi.i8i.71. Tho expenditures worn r'J803G, tho chief item boing SilOti road tax to special deposit. There is $087,1)01.13 duo on account of Postal Savings Bank deposits and Postmaster-General's notes, and the net indebtedness is $!).G07,01B 20. The rash on hand in the P. S. B. is t70.8HM0. Tno loan appropriation bill was day week. teen children, of whom sevon two , sons and five daughters aro of age. I ml f 4 !.. -!!:.!. I..f There is proportr in California loft ly her lato husband, wnicn is worm FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS. $20,000 and mortgaged for S12T.O0, Kahai Loaves a Fortune to Miss Tho property in Honolulu is bring Eliza Baker. iug in nearly $1300 rent, aud puti- to mortgago it tor Mrs . i. .. t . ... ii.. i ua. aiiornev Mr. Allen .polio about . bad roads & Ighl, he at Uaualei, and wanted to ltuow it i Henry Smith this morning open ed tho will of the latn Mrs. Maria Kahai. which had been left in his custody. It was doun in tho pres ence of: S. M. Damon, executor natnd in tho will. J. It. Mersborg, ' half-brother oiuecedont; J. K. liau i lis. attorney for I holier wants J'.KXKJ to help pav tbo California mortgages. Mr. Hatch took Mrs. Itobortes' deposition. A jury was drawn before Judge Whiting this morning to try H. Wilgeroth vs. Kwa Plantation Co., damage. C. W. Ashford for plain tiff; V. K. Castle for defendant. Continued till to morrow. P. H. Redward vs. Mrs. B. Frie- Adeline Black Stockings ! Now Shipment Just to Eland AT 1ST. S. 8AOH8' LOUAL AVI) OKrtKHAL MKWS A partner is wanted in a coffee plantation. A cold wavo parsed over tho city this m-ruing. Miss Dayton will tnko n limited number of pupils on tho piauo. President Dole and parly will re turn from Molokai on Sunday next. Why was tho soap case trial liko JobT Because It was full of "boils." A Japanese laborer at Hilo cut himself open aud then hanged him olf. J. P. Morgan holds a cash salo of dry goods tu-uiorrow morning at 10 o'clock. Stamp coll-elors look out! Mor gan soils surcharged stamps to-mor row at uoou. Tho French tourists will ap poarin the District Court to-morrow morning. It is Butui-ofilcially announced that tho election will bu held Mon day, October 2.. 11. B. M. S. Champion returned to port this afternoon. She anchored outsldo for target practice. Williams puts portraits on watch dials with tho camera, and is pre pared to make lantern slides. Hemomber that Mrs. Thirds' next lecture will be to-morrow evening, on "Thoosopby aud Evolution " Tho wifo of Kuoeh Johnson, a well-known Hawaiian lawyer, is ro ported to bo dyiug this afternoon. Ex-Captain Laugley is hum ovor men working on tho Allen & Itobiu sou's now three-story brick building. Marshal Hitchcock will leavo by the steamer Kinau to-morrow for Hawaii, returning by the same boat. Captain L. II. Hubbard, of tho barkenttuo S. N. Castle, is confined to his berth with a slight indisposi tion. Tho Government band will give a concert at tho Hawaiian Hotol this evening providiug tho Mariposa is in port. Tho Honolulu Amatour Athletic Club will meet at tho Y. M. O. A. ball downstairs, at 7:30 o'clock this evening. The bouse of all houses is tho only Honolulu Soap House, Bethol street, where you cau buy seventeen (17) bars for Sl.SKi. The Youug Hawaiian Institute will meet in the Y. M. C. A. hall at 7:30 o'clock this evening. A full at tendance Is requested. Several intending participants in the Schuetzeu's masquerade ball re quest tho Bulletin to ask whether any prizes will bu given. Manuel Smniz, a Portuguese boy, wasdrowued in the breakers at Ho nolii, Hawaii, In trying to ave him namaua, a native lauorer, nearly lost his own life. McBrayer Whiskey clear, spark ling aud smooth na bilk. The very host vintage of this popular brand is lo be found at ''The Empire," cor nor Hotel aud Nuuauu btreuts. O. It. Harrison, practical piano and organ maker and tuner, can fur uish best factory references. Orders left at Hawaiian News Co. will re ceive prompt attention. All work guaranteed to lu lnMnit- a ilout in factory The Board of Health mot yester day in weekly session and heard the reportu of the committee on quaran tine aud contagious diseases. Presi dent W. (). Smith reported that all the Government physicians had takeu the oath with the exception of Dr. McKihbin They were re appointed. Applications for the positiou of Superintendent of tho Insane Asylum wero also read. The applicants are K.N. Iioqiiti, C. Klein mo aud James Berry. they would bo repaired out of this money. Mr. Damon answered that loan funds would bo used only for now work. Itcpairs would come from current account. Mr. D. B. Smith, on tho item of $25,000 for tho now market, asked if Ibis was to dig canals to tho dry land market. Mr. W. O. Smith did not know It was absolutely necessary to have tho market close to the water. Ho hopod tho item would pass, whether tho market was left on the present situ or not. It was a largo building and a good one so far as it was com pleted. Mr. Brown considered tho market was lu tho wrong place Mr. Emmeluth could not vote for tho item. The new market was a great mistake from the first. Mr. Ena thought the market should bo moved to the sito of tho present fishmarket. Mr. Watorhouso agreed with tho previous speaker, aud would ndd "Queen street" to tho item. After further desultory dlflcusslnn tho amendment passed and the Item carried as amended. Mr. Waterhotiso wanted to know if $112,000 was enough for extension of waterworks in Honolulu. Mr. Damon considered it a littlo in excess of what was required. The item psed. Mr. Emmelulli wanted to know what tho $15,000 for Walluku water works meant. Mr. King said it was in the old appropriation bill. Mr. Damon said the pipes were on the ground and. if water rights could bo secured and tho money available, the work would bo com pleted. The item passed. Mr. Brown moved $.10,000 for tho Pali road. While other district wero getting special roads, the Ho nolulu district should not be neg lected. People on the other side of the inland should have facilities for getting thoir produce to market. Mr. W. O. Smith said the amount already down that authorized in the loan act. tho proposed expenditure was made, i her, and Bruco financial agent. The estato comes up to the snug valuation of lifty thousand dollars, , lnau !.,.,.. g being heard, jury being waived. It is an appeal from James llebr.r Dorman of Shy Uciver, l'a. Cured of Scrofula The Paoplo will havo Hood's Jfr. 7)ormrtii's Vxpcrtenc - My toy, now o years otil, had Scrofula ta ne eje from the tlmo he rraj a babyi dUcharg Inc all the time. Of late we lmo hern Rltlni I him lloocl'j 8.irap.irlin. nn I It lia done all that medic Im ran uo. Tlie HTofula lia. ilKap. pearcil, and tils eye U li-alfd up and "ell. I -ajwo roit C3trnt, Honolulu The being composed of money, securi ties, otuor personalty, and real e-tate. Tho wholo estate, practi cally, is left to Eliza Baker, a niece of the testator. Thero is an annuity of .Sot), and a number of legacies of $20 each to brothers and other rola-' lives. Householders on Asylum lane, Pa lama, will havo water in a few days from tho artesian well lately sunk at tho asylum. A windmill supplied i counsel engaged to attend on tho by Mr. Emmoluth will pump tho , jay8 8et by the Court. . water. --- tho District Court 1V defeudaut. Magoon for plaintiff; Neumann for defendant. Mr. Magoon this afternoon asked to havo a certain caso hoard in vaca tion. Judge Whiting was not suro tho Court would assent to this. Thero wore 2(1 cacs not on tho calendar agreed to bo hoard in vaca tion. Uo should only consent to tho hoariug of cases in vacation, if Footlights Our company pro-1 duced your play last night. ' Scribbler (In ecstacy) Did tho audience call for tho author! ' Footlights Yes. They know wo were not to blamo. i'ticl'. Miniature Art. At Williams' Studio aro to bo seen Portraits on Watch Dials, which ho is making a specialty of. Lantern Slides for lecture by tho hot or dozon. LADES Ai Mil I Fill OUbU m I' J. J. EC AIT 614 Port Street Adeline Black Stockings Are certainly THE IIKST They r- very Km-tlc, Past Mark anil - absolutely Hlliifp-s. We have them fur LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN fn all Sizes end Q'inlltles, In rinln CnUon, In l.lsie Thread, in 0cn Work ami Drop 8tlt'1i K?iK2!" Call for Adeline Black Stockings ! fully miHUrlnf. In th mirUrL t Uomi ii rrnerAl ttnrft. ani It Is not n trick to veil Hood's NUMip.-irllla I fur fh tiAnt.U ttrlll hnva If t anil tnnMl Af I UooT Sar.iirllli Hun all other medicine I have It I tell moro of Hun all utltr meillclnei together and the itora would net be complete Hood's s Cures without It Mr wife hat lo been entirety enrei! of Hcrntiilsby llooJ' Sarsirntllla. and I am ucrtlty thankful fur what It lmi done (r us." Jons inmxAN, hhy neuter, ra. WK ALSO HAVE THK HKRMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS Warranted Fast Black, for I.ndle. In all Sites which we are aetlinn 12 On a Ilown Pair. Hood'o Pills ' tn fi-Minnf rut. t4t(aitd.Mtlea.tur kotdich. Try a baa. 1Mb HOnilON, NKWMAN A CO.. Agent for Hawaiian IMatiiU. Whwi tho truth) finds time ! Augutt V., JS94. to doubt our aHui'tioiiH about i t ... ., , siiiYh uud prices, but one con-, M- Clearance bale whh u elusion can be formed, and ' 'ChH. It did jiiHt what I that is that we are settint- the i tenled, vi.. : eh ared my ...w... .;....u ..u .ii nc..i5.,. shelves and iravo mo room to iiiit u tin iini.i:nun iiliii nn uuiiiu t K .. . rPKnH.to .... ,vl,l a. 1 iv. 1 m 10 tin wiw "what is one is )our gain u, aud ours 1 sinews, I loss." are ironiif on "Wllllt 'n " y ":. tiadinir with display my Now Goods. Tliey are all open aud ready for in spection. I shall only men tion a few leaders to-day and I want to head the lift with the business. proverb that man's loss is anothvr man's trim. " Vil ltlft frftltirr JkM til iiWIllii ' .. cord aud chanrc it to by by increased bu is the other man's .So flown wo tjo fiom flay to day in prices theie is not u dull counter in our store. Wo have gotten out' large assortment of ot the old rut tlie days oi Every GLOVES Wo have all tho ntaudiird brands and in the latest shadi h. We also cccivcd a largo prolits are ov r for ronds exceeded flay it Will he something HOW i11 'and tempting in styles and ' . - 1 would Imvo to : prices. wo ciun meuiion but a tew articles in this col umn, but wish to imnrcss vou ! iintif lit lir... ' . . Mr. Drown, im beiiiir shown Hint tlMlt ll Oil want anything III t,, - niM. SlflOO was already in the bill for the I uW line VOU call L't t it at rock ' '."" '""'"" " J'""" the current revenue be drawn upon. Mr. Damon gnvo details ot road expoudltiires. Silk Gloves and Mitts, Now Laces, New Gimps, Fane; Braids, WANTED A l'AUTXl.lt IN COI'KCK I'LANTa- XV IT1111 J-lmill npltiil lti'iiilrt'i--Ki!H). (liil Invent 1111 lit Kiiijiilru III. 1.1.1 Jill I w UN Ollllll. MISS DAYTON Will tnko 11 liliillol IKlinhur of I'uiilli for tin MHlili'ieiti l.llilm Hrctt. Mutual TolopUoi 1117-w lea Pull road, withdrew his motion ' until third reading. (Thuehief items in tho bill wero Kiven in tho IJulletin'.s report of last week's tueetiii,'.) The bill passed as a whole. A bill to license foreign vessels to trade between the Hawaiian Islands and Lysau, Llsianidty, French Fri Kate Shoals, aud other islands to the northwest, was rend a second time aud passed. Mr. Watorhouso found fault with tho bill because it did not include Necker Islaud. Mr. Hatch understood that tho matter of franchises to electric aud steam railways was a special order ot the day. Mr. W. O. Smith stated that Prcsidout Dole had sngi;ested that the Councils should take the matter into consideration, but tho President was absent to-day. Tho Executive had 110 report to make on the mat ter. It was a qiiontioii whether the Councils should not leave tho mat ter to au elected Legislature. Mr. Hatch said tho propositions to be considered were as follows: A company to be known as the Hono lulu Kluotriu Jtnilway Company; tho company to build anil cipiip an elee trio railway, to cost about half a million dollars; tho railway to pass through the Nuuauu l'ali, and bj 15 inilttH iu length; a majority of the directors to lw resident iu thoo isl ands; the Government to have power to insist ou an ellicieut ser vice. Mr. Damon objected to these Councils going ou with legislation that was not emergent. Their ex isteuce as au ordinary legislative body teally expired on July 4. The sonuer the' got into working only with the people the belter. Mr. W O. Smith stated that the quosliou of submission to the Couu- I oils was Hlill unsettled by the Kxecu tive. Mr. Waterlioiiiio u,t ih much de- sirous of having electric and steam , railways ns anybody, but he agreed ! with the Miiiihtor of Kitiauce that it ' was time lo call a halt ou passing new laws, ' Mr. Drown would only take the matter under consideration if sub stantial assurances wore given that the work would be begun forthwith. Mr. Hatch understood that such assurances could be given. Mr. Hun agreed with the views of the Minister of Finance. Mr. W. t). Smith thought tha matter worthy of consideration. Theio were capitalists ready with money mid appliances to build the electric railway. That would moan the expenditure of $ir0,()(M right away iu Honolulu, which would bu goodtt are as rep re- bottom prices, and a guaran tee the suited. If you buy those Turkish Towels of ours you will surely pray lor rain They are so flifleient from the cheapthings offered as Turkish Towels. Cash bought these, so that wc can sell tlicm at just ax low a figure as tho cheap goods aro . offered. ! A handsome PURSE is a i verv decontivo thinir. It al most alwavs creates the im pression there is money in it, J and so there is if you save on j the purchase price by buying of us. We struck a snap iu our purchase of purses, and will give you the benefit of it. They run from Siou. to perfect beauties iu .Real Alligator aud Russian Seal with sterling sil- above goods at prices. of tho reasonable Riding Corsets . I Now we havo mentioned something that catches your eye; these (Jorsrt are tho latest thing out easy, com fortable, perfect fit. prettily finished, and what more necu l say. New Silks, New Lawns, New Ginghams. These goods aro the that ever graced my their emial cannot 3 ? 1 1? 3 B I c t-w - 2- i If - s Ml i i ii ilm I fl ' I II x. 3; M c- I I 9 1 f I 3 1 Oi ,vZ ' t o I P o f r s a. ' P3 Arrived per "Australia." French and Scotch Oinghams (new).. ,10o., 20c. and 25c. Victoria Lawns (new), 10 yds for 7fe. White Dress Goods (new). .10., lou.. 20c., 2fic, !)!., 35c. White and Colored Dimities (new) 20c. and 25o. Flannelletts, all colors, (new) 10 yds for $1.00 o -- The old maxim "There is nothing new under the sun" knocked out. Call and be convinced. M. S. LJWY, Who is now settled in Benson, Smith & Co. 'a Old Stand, Fort street. Kwong Sing Loyf SING LOY, iut (lac St.. "Tborou Block.' gDlOa) Tfils m 51-03 (tin, Si., atv liiuiitm Si P. 0. Boi 207. $ BQtHdl Tdlfi. M P. 0. Bai till. -o be finest store, found iu Honolulu. Theosopical Lectare ! IUG STOKES CitincNu, Jup.nitjst1 and liidi.ui (.. i! liiiliaii Silkrt, Laces aud Linens, .lapitncse Crapes, Chinese Matting, Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls ami Si-arts, Grass Cloth, Rattan Chuirs, Etc., Ku.. rA Comolete TAILORING KSTABLISHMKNT with Competent Cutters and u complete lim of Khl;Hmii mid American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed. OAttHMKKKH, I.INKN8. LAWNH, MUKI.l.th Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Haw ! SOMETHING NKW JUST OUT Truukw, Valises, Willow Ware, Tuble Cloths, Oil Cloth, Kr. Ku. I.fclute nlll Mm M. .M. lift ulvnu 'mums l.y I'l.MN AND DOTTKlt ver mountinjrs. n t n j PAKASOLS interest you. OW &D UIO UUUU& Heen looking all over town for just what you wanted. Rt itnrrl'in trnii lfitu1 nvnrir tilnntk ' but here. If you had you would have neen Ladies' Small Carriage, WJIITK AND 001.OKKI) Dimities, Storm Serges A word all the above Black SateeuH, Ulnck Gloria, Silk jroofls are absolutely new, llIK 0..-....0 v ...... iji.. u:n, ,ui. ii....,.!.... CT ., i . . . ...i .tllLI'n, illt.J 4JIIIU .31114 IVIbll 44I'DV4I j (real) China handle.', Ulack Silk with ' natural stick haudlen, etc., also a ' full line of Men'a 28-iuch Umbrella. vo fmcv prices on thea goodn. H. F. EHLICRS tt CO. as the real estate man said, "If you want to get in on tho ground lloor, now is your chance. For hiihiiies only, .1. .1. KG AN. On I-'ItlDAV EVENING, Aiik.Uii, At ill-1 Tlinoviiihlnil Hull, corner of Nminmi ii'iil MiiiIiih hlifitiB, tii tim 'j-o-n-rliluuk." I)oor will npi'ii nt 7 nVni'lc. I-oluri in c(iiiuiifi',e irnniitiy at Hu'clm'k. Fubjcot uf tlin Lecture w II le ' Thoosophy and Evolution " n mat JOHN T. BROWN, Duslrr in lluwullun iiml Kori-lt-n TimlnKC Hlaiiipa. I. O. Ho 111, llinuiliilii. Hlf-1'est rlwii ffivHii fur IImiiumI iiml Pn-il lluvsailiiii himiii" In ix(liiiRfl for ntliir countrliH from tlrht-vlaM approval ulitfth Hlieet (nrnanlfil to nny pari of tliu Ulumlr on uiinllmtluii with Iokii n-feri'lK'n. J T. II In epvii lo nii'ct uny nillci'tors hy , apiHiMiliiicm. ur.'-iiii I Purtnor Wrtutwd in Oil VonoorinR. 51-53 King Street & 407 King Street. Temple of Fashion NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE! A.M VOUK (HtOCKK KK I AM lHKl'AKI.l)TOIHlII.VKRKI,. Work lo ontir. Woiilil liku lo uet a i rurturr in hip iiukiiihsh, iu uirmvii urn clilnuiy ami, If tlt'nlritlilii, Irani tho biul ncsH. U'tf ,Kt!r ixinTi Hmi'p'us ff thr work t'li'i In Man t tliu IIii.i.i'iin Ollivf. Iir.il im WJL'liL1 MANhN. NOT10H I7IU)M AND AKTKIt THIS 1. AioilMK liitH noi'iiii'iirlli'li RED LABEL SUGAR CORN! DAY, I. mill! Iiiii imt'iiii'iiri "li wiiiiii vit with tliu liiiniiietii or otlivrwix of iIihIIiiii of Wliit Woi'lftn A fn. All pi'r-.oM" urn raullunoil ni;iiliM pilnif miy inoti' y luor ol Iht iIu IriiliMli'tllur IiiihImi-h wllli ilii' mill 1'. Ayoimu on our l liulf WISH Wll I'llA.N A I'D. Honolulu, Am; 17. IMI ll:t'll FOU SAf.K r This Brand will always b (ound Kelinbie 4nd Good vrnnn. vi t;u, . A II A I.I' JKIShUY t'OW, l'Z n it Yi'ry iiiii i. Him pmiii', x' '' I ML. ....!.. ll.i.ir.u 'JTHI ' ... iii.t. ..I'I'iJ OIlllV. II J J lli in tin ..-fnt Jj-: "oj 1A 51 JETort Street Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing, Urge Auortmeat ol Udle' and Children'! Shoe. Large Line of Summer Goods I LarRM liue of Wocilnini at 2Tkj. FlanuolHttes, It) yardi for 11.110. Urowu anil White CJiittotiR, from 8 to 'M yanls. fl.U0 pur niecu. AmoHkHni; (iinRhiiiiiH, 12 yanlH for $1.00. Ointn' ami Lailitw' Hatliiiiu .hiiiu hilkH, Sntiiin, .Stirgna, Lkwiim ami Drnaa Gntiilit of vnry ili-ncriptinn 341. O. 8ILVA, Proprietor. G-OO KIM. 411 VrjUANU STUKrfi'l. Dry, Fancy and White Dress Goods! Grass Cluth, Pajamas, Etc, Eto. o h i n iri'STin Q J Jj T Q oNoag MERCHANT TAILORING. ttf HI) lo nml Kit Oiiuriintri-il. I'rlcen .Mihli-rntM. -mi w 3Eu.tu.a.l Telephone 543 " "TfWSW" Duily Bulletin 50 Conts por Month.