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Kcp. Kaiilukou said his motion
mcnnt that what the member for
Molokai had snkl be not received but
Tlio President said that would not
be a proper motion. If ho put it
that the houso cannot receive what
had been said by tha lion, member
for Molokni, it would bo in order.
Kcp. Dole said the motion not to
receive was not an amendment, but
simply the negative of the motion.
Nop. Kntilukau said Ills was nn in
Kcp. Dole said, if so it was out of
order and the only motion before
the house was to accept the apology.
The President ruled that there
was only one motion, as above
Minister Neumann moved to
amend tho motion, that "the state
ment of the lion, member for Molo
kai Is an apology which tho houso
accepts." IIo would vote- against
it, as he did not want the statement
recognized as nn apology.
. Rep. Dole said it seemed rather
late, after they had been all day
discussing a question, to have an
amendment. The Attorney-General
appeared to be adopting tho tactics
of yesterday. It lookod ridiculous.
That statement contained the ap
ology required to the house, and to
Ministers which was not required,
and a great deal of explanation.
They had been talking about that
matter all day, and whether that
statement contained an apology or
not. He did not think lie remem
bered a session when the house so
easily stultified itsplf as this one.
To say that statement contained ex
traneous matter would bo all right,
but to say that it did not contain an
apology was ridiculous. He did not
say that if he were called on to
apologize he should use tho same
words as the member for Molokai.
Ho had used decided words and it
was for tho house to say whether it
should tako any notice of them. All
that talk to-day looked as if the
house wanted tho member to do
something that they dnrcd not nsk
hira to do. It the statement was
improper let tho Attorney-General
be man enough to say so, but do not
let him say that there .had been no
apology. If anyone thero thought
the hon. member for Molokai should
apologize to the Minister of Finance,
let them say so show their colors.
But do not let the house get like the
ostrich that hides its head in the
sand when pursued. Let them not
say one thing and do another. He
did not intend to say anything on
that motion. The motion to accept
the apology was a regular motion,
and tho house had a right to vote it
down, but to say the statement was
not an apology was 'something that
he did not think the house would
Minister Neumann apologized to
the house for taking up more time,
but the remarks of the hon. member
for Llhuo culled for it. Let him say
first that he did not consider himself
insulted by the member for Molokai
at all; He considered that the lloor
of that house was not the place
whero any member had tho right to
indulge in gross personalities, and
if such a thing as trying to avoid
more of it was stultifying he had no
more to' say. Tho gist of the thing
was that the member for Molokai's
amendment was grossly insulting
to the house. Ho simply mentions
now that he did not mean three of
the Ministers, and that if the coat
fitted any others he was very sorry.
Thero was a family who invited onco
a stranger to dine witli them, and
the stranger was distinguished by a
tremendous nose. The mother told
her little boy, "When Mr. Smith
comes to dinner, do not say anything
nbouthis nose." So when he came
the Utile boy wanted to bo polite,
and said, "why, Mr. Smith, you
liaven't got any nose at all." Now,
that was the apology of tho hon.
member for Molokai. Tho reason
he wished to amend the motion of
the hon. member for Honolulu was
that tho houso seemed to think that
was an apology, while ho considered
it was not. Ho freely conceded tho
right of tho hon. member to attack
him or the Minister of Finance, but
. on the floor of the house he had no
right to do so. The question was
not whether the Minister of Finance
was intoxicated or not. The ques
tion was whether the member had a
right to use such language as'hc did.
Tho question before the house was
whether the member luul apologized
to the house properly, or hail in
dulged in such side remarks as he
Rap. Aholo did not think the hon.
member had apologized. Ho made
a great many remarks explanatory
of his action, and must have snld
something sharp, for' Ministers wero
on the point of jumpins up. There
fore ho did not think what the mem
ber said was in compliance witli tho
resolution. lie had no personal
feeling against the member for Mo
lokai. If the langungo had been
used against him lie would not have
taken any notico of it. Ho had
. noticed that when tho hon. member
.was making his motion ho wns
laughing, and concluded that ho
was just getting off a littlo bit of
fun. Some time afterwards one of
the members introduced tho resolu
tion. Probably the remarks of the
lion, member hint him. Tho day
the resolution camo in tho hon.
member did not have anything to
say on his own behalf, and that was
one reason, why the speaker advo
cated giving him time, IIo was
given ono day moro than ho had
suggested, and so to-day he cer
tainly expected that the lion, mem
ber would come jn and make apo
logy ; not that ho should have got
down on his knees, hut should have
expressed regret that ho had used
tho language, and he would hare
been one of the first to accept it.
Tho member had said, ulf I have
done wrong," etc. From that it
seemed he did not think he had done
anything for which he Bhould apolo
gize. If tho lion, member had said,
"I feel that tho language I used was
improper," I should have been will
ing to have let the matter drop
thero and accept that. Therefore
he thought thafthis, not a very im
portant matter originally, had now
assumed some importance. If the
words had been addressed to him
they would have been settled before
now. lie moved tho previous ques
tion, which carried.
The amendment of Minister Neu
mann was lost on a show of bauds.
Tho motion to ncccpt the apology
was then lost on the following divi
sion: Ayes Reps. Brown, Wight, Kau
hane, Castle, Dickey, Pachaolc and
Noes Mins. Gibson, Gulick, Ka
pena and Neumann ; Nobles Knllio
lain and Parker; Reps. Hayscldcn,
Keau, Lilikalani, llakcr, Kauhi,
Ainarn, Kaulia, Kaulukou, Pallia,
Kaunamano, Nahiuu, Kckoa, Aholo,
Kaukau, Kauai and Paiohau 22.
Rep. Dole, ut 3.30, moved tho
houso adjourn till 10 o'clock to
morrow, which carried.
It gjuljj giUUtin,
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 188G.
Bktne Eureka from Sail Francisco
Stinr Dowsett from Pala
Schr Waloll from Pula
Schr Eliukul from Walalua
Schr lleela from Wnlalua
Stmr Mokolllfor Molokai
Schr I.ealil for Koliola
Schr Mnua for Ilonomu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr C II Bishop for llarnakua at 12
Schr Waloll for Kauai
Schr Ehukal for Wahilua
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Star of Devon, Mnckcts
lltUnc Morning Star, Turner
Bktne Geo 0 Perkins, Ackerman
Ship Kute Davenport, liowlaud
Ship Kichard 111
CARCOls FROMIsLANd" PORTS.
Stmr Mokolll 100 sugar, 10 hdls mol-
atscs ami 10 cattle.
Stmr O K Bishop 3,803 bags sugar.
Schr Mauu 1,200 bags sugar.
The bark Calbailen sailed yesterday
afternoon for Sau Francisco with 11,
141 bags of sugar valued at 900,251.05.
The iwalani Is due to-morrow from
The S S Australia took for San Fran
cisco yesterday afternoon 22,003 bags
sugar, 1,810 bags rice, 1,218 goat and
sheepskins, and 1,811 buuchhs of ba
nanas. Value, 9148,707.81.
Tho bktno Eiueksi, Cnpt Lee, arrived
yesterday afternoon, 17 days from Sau
Francisco. She Is expected to sail again
for San Francisco about Sunday next
with a full load of sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL
Mn. G. O. Berecr lias
to supply everybody.
Tin: regular monthly meeting of
tho Honolulu IUIles will be held this
Tun pipe thief of tho Heaver Saloon
got away on the steamer yestordny
Lyons holds his regular
at 10 o'clock to-morrow
Tin: steamer Bishop on hor last
trip to Hnmakua had fair weather
and littlo rain.
The regular meeting of Engine Co.
No. 1 will bo held this evening, at tho
usual time and place
If. R. II. Fhinci:ss Liliuokalani
holds her usual monthly reception
to-morrow afternoon, from 3 to 5, at
Tm:nn will bo a regular meeting of
tho Trustees of tho Honolulu Read
ing Room nnd Library Association, at
the Library Hall, to-morrow evening,
at 7 :30 o'clock.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Kakaako Branch Hospital
this afternoon, and r.l H. R. II.
Princess Liliuokulani's lecoption,
Falania, to-morrow afternoon.
Tin: new merry-go-round, orgo-up-around,
is now in working order and
awaits patrons. It is a wheel-liko
inachino with C cars, and when a
man pumps at a crank tho w"hccl
revolves with tho passongers.
At tho meeting of Engino Co. No.
1 last evening tho following ticket
wns nominated for tho election of
engineers noxt Monday ovening : O.
B. Wilton, Chief, J. Asch, 1st Assis
tant, and F. Hustace, 2nd Assistant.
Last night a native boy living at
tho residence of Hon. Geo. Richard
son, Bcretftiiia stieet, was aroused
from his sleep by somo noiso in tho
house. IIo got up and lit a match
just in time to see a man crawl out
of tho window and disappear.
A NATivn'ninn namod Paulouukeo
employed on Mr. llalstead's Planta
tion, Waiulua, Oaliu, was driving a
mule cart yestcidty, when ho fell off
and tho cart passed over him, Ho
was picked up unconscious, and died
this morning from the injuries re
ceived. Mess its. Ilnrry Hyng and D. W.
I'rnlt open a flnt class restaurant to
morrow morning on Fort street,
opposite Dndd's. An introductory
spread of ice cream and cakes will bo
given to tho public this evening. As
the establishment is to be conducted
so ns to ploiiKO the people, a fair
sharo of publfo patronage is expected.
Tun schooner Mary Dohm was
sighted by the captain of tho schooner
Emma on .Sunday last, in mid
channel, heading for Kauai. When
the master of the Dohm saw the
Emma ho put about and followed her.
The next morning the Dohm wns
astern appearing liko a speck on the
horizon. She has no keel and can
not beat to windward.
Of late somebody has been stealing
baseball bats, masks, and gloves from
tho store room at Makiki baseball
grounds. Yesterday when tho ball
players wont out to practise thoy
found tho lock of tho store house
door broken, and only 4 bats left out
of about GO. Some of tho bats wero
branded, or otherwise marked, and
woo bo to the fellow caught with any
The steamer Q. 11. Bishop, which
arrived yesterday from llarnakua,
brought news of u fearful death. Two
women, one Hawaiian anil the other
.a South Sea Islander, while fishiug
witli a net at Tamilian, Hawaii, last
Sunday, dove together to make somo
changes in the position of the net
under water. In a short time the
South Sea Islander rose to the sur
face, bleeding profusely in many
places, but the Hawaiian woman was
seen no more. The South Sea Islander
says thoy wero attacked by sharks
while under water, and she believes
her friend has perished.
THE BREACH HEALED.
This forenoon tho Hon. L. A.
Thurston apologized to tho Hodsc
for tho words complained of by re
solution, and on motion of the Attorney-General
the apology was cor
WELL DONE THURSTON.
Editok Bulletin: It seems to
me that every man should put him
self on record at tho present time ns
to his opinion of Hon. L. A. Thurs
ton and his "apology" before the
Legislature. I want to have recorded
the fact that I am entirely With Mr.
Thurston. I believe he had a right
to rebuke a Crown Minister for ap
pearing before the house in an in
toxicated state, and that tho Minister
should bo made to apologize rather
than Mr. Thurston. I have read
-what Mr. Thurston said and, I en
dorso every word of it.
P. C. Jones.
Honolulu, June 2, 188G.
- BUSINESS ITEMS.
Ficture Frames fe Cornices mado
to order, old Frames repaired, regild-
ed, etc. King Bros.' Art store.
Yum I Yum 1 The Choicest Cream
and Fancy Candies just opened at
the Ehto Ico Cream Parlors I Try
somo I 39
Just received per Australia a new
shipment of the celebrated Boca
draught beer, for salo at the Com
mercial, 12 cents per glass. 42 3t.
TWO.FUKNIHHED ROOMS. Apply
m JO. to V.. inRTTF.U.
In 25-1 b. Kits,
Just rtcclvcd by Cidbarlen, and for
CASTLE. & COOKE.
Regular Gash Sale
THURSDAY, June 3rd,
At 10 a.m., at my Salesrooms, I will sell
at public auction, a full line of
Dry Goods, Clothing
Glassware, CrocKTy, and Groceries,
Bags No. I anil 2 Sugar,
Fine Table Peaches and Pears,
HI no Mottled Roup, Dried Peaches,
Dried Fish, Colls of Rope, etc.
Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads,
Bureaus, Pictures, Mattresses,
Curtains, etc. Also, a small
Lot of Tinware.
J. LYONS, Auct'r.
By order of Mr. M.Loulsson, Assignee
of tliu Bankrupt Estate of QuongYucn
York Kee, I will sell at public auction,
at my Salesrooms,
On SATURDAY, Juno 5tli,
at 10 a.m., tho whole, of the
Sto ck of Mer ch andise
contesting of Clothing, Shirts, Denims,
Boots and Suocb, a large assortment of
Hosiery, UnileiblilrtB, Brown and White
Cottons, Tobacco and Cigars, Cutlery,
Pipes, Jewelry, Bedspreads, Mosquito
Netting, Silk Handkerchiefs, Cuss!,
meres, Show Gfscs, etc. Also,
5 Sewing Machines
On WEDNESDAY, Juno 1),
at 10 o'clock, a.m., at tho residence
of T. II. DhvIcp, Eq, Nuunnii
Valley, on nccountof dennr
tine, wo will hell at pub
Plate QUta Pier Mirrors.
BW Parlor Set, in Si
French Mnrblo Clock,
French Walnut GhcfTonior,
French Walnut Tables,
Velvet Plush Tables.
Uevolvlng Book Hack,
1 Upright Grand Piano,
Cornices and Curtains,
Oak Extension Dining Table,
Oak Dining Chairs,
China Dessert Service
Decorated Dinner Service,
An assortment of Qlnsnwaro,
Iron ami Urns Bedsteads,
Oak Dressing Case,
Mirror Fro, nt;
An iissortincrft of Table Linen,
1 TVag-oxiette, .
I Phaeton, Aintrnlinn Saddles, Sets of
Harness, Lawn Mower, Garden
X3T The premises will bo open for In.
epectinn on TUESDAY, Juno 8th, from
10 o'clock a m. to 3 o'clock l'.M.
E. P. ADAMS
MacNeale & Urban
A Fina Assortment Arrlvod,
A DIVIDEND nf -$G0 a Bfinro Is pay.
able ut tho ofllce of Messrs. 11.
Utickfeld & Co. to tho Shareholders of
the Kolou Sugar Co.
J. F. HAOKFELD, Treasurer.
Honolulu, June 1, 1880.
BY a GENTLEMAN, a homo In a
privato family. References given.
Address J. F. N., P. O. Box 309. 148 Ut
A DIVIDEND of Three Dollars per
Slinro Is due and payablo to the
Stockholders of the Walluku Sugar Co.,
011 TUESDAY, Juno 1, 18d0, attUoolllce
of O. Brewer & Co.
P. O. JONES, Treasurer.
Honolulu, May ill, I860 42 at
II. A. CO. DIVIDEND.
A DIVIDEND of Three Dollars por
Bliaie will bo paid to the Stock
holders of the Hawaiian Agricultural
Co. on 'ITJESDAY.Junel, 18S,uttho
office of C. Brewer & Co.
P. C. JONES, Treasurer.
Honolulu, May 31, 1885. 43 3t
A DIVIDEND of Five Dollars per
Share will be due ami payablo to
the Stockholders of the Gtove Ranch
Plantation on June 1st, at the oQlco of
the Agents, C'nstlo fc Cooke.
J. B. ATHEKTON, Treasurer.
Honolulu, May HI, 1880. 42 lw
PIGS FOR SALE.
A FEW CHOICE email
PIGS, fit for roasting.
Alto, a few choice Duroc
Figs, for breeding pur
poses. Apply at
401m LUNALILO HOME.
All Special Orders
Ilk, Bitter or Cream
left at DAVIS & WII.DER'S (Tele,
phone 180) any moining
be tilled with reasonable
promptness by the
Woodlawn Dairy & Stock Comp'y,
41 A. L. SMITH, Beo'y. lm
TO tho Creditors Of tho Bankrupt Es
tato of L. A. ANDHEWS, take
notice: Tlint the undersigned, assignee
of tho Estate of L. A. Andrews, a
bankrupt, bus, preparatory to his final
uccount and dividend, submitted his
accounts as such nsslgneo and tiled the
same before Hon. L. McGully. Justlco
of the Supremo Court, at his chambers,
to whom lie will apply at 10 o'clock
on WEDNESDAY, tlio Oth day nf June,
1880, for a settlement of said accounts
and for n discharge from all liability as
such asslguco, and for an order to mako a
tlnal dhhU'iid, and that any person in
terested may then and there appear and
contest the samo. W. O. PAHICE,
Honolulu, May 29, 1880. 41 4t
ALL persons aro hereby warned not
to glvo credit to anybody what,
ever In my namo without my written
permission. JOHN 0. 1UOE.
Honolulu, Juno 1, 1880. 43 4t
Honolulu Fire Department
Annual Election of Engineers
3TOR 1 880-7.
THE Elcctloh of Engineers will tako
place at the ENGINE BOOM of
Mechanic Engine Company No. 2,
On Monday Evening, Juno 7, 1880.
Polls open at 7 o'clock and close at
tW The several Company Secretaries
are hereby requested to hand In their
llsth of members in good standing be
fore 12 o'clock noon of wild day. Per
order, HENHY SMITH,
Chairman of Election.
Jam 1:9 F. Moiioan, J.pnM r, n.
Lauchoxo, rcJjicr''- C43 0t
A DIVIDEND of Twenty Dollars per
Share will be due and payable to
tho Stockholders of the Haiku Sugar
Company at the olllco of the Agents,
Castle & Cooke, June 1st. Par value of
shares, 5U0 each.
J. B. ATHEUTON, 8cc'y.
Honolulu, May 31, 1880. 4'2 lw
ex brig Consuelo.
20 Tons Bran
BW Bedroom Sets, Marble top,
6 Piano box Bugglos, Full Loathcrjopt,
5 Piano box Sldo bar, LoatherTop, Quaker
2 Leatlicv-tof Busies,
8 Phae'ois, Leathcr.top, Quaker City.
To bo sold immediately after arrival
Auctioneer nnd Com. Merchant.
Begs to Inform the Public In general
that he has received an
of Ladles', Gents' and Children's
Boots, Shoes &
The White House,
No. lT8 Nun nun street,
Nicely Farninlicd Kooinn,
with or without board.
MRS. JOS. VIEBBA.
Base Ball Books, &c,
Rase Ball Guides for 1880,
Playing Kulch of the National League,
Art of Rutting and Base Running, '
Art of Pitching and Fielding,
BATS AND BALLS,
For sal e at T. G . TH RUM'S.
Just received per recent arrivals, an ex
cellent assortment of lint Letter, Cap,
Demy, Medium and Folio papers for
blank forms, or blank book work. Alio,
Perfection Linen and Marcus Ward's
plate finish folio. Also,
Japanese Vegetable Parchment,
supeilor to iniimul parchment for pen
work or printing, nnd tough a leather.
Bo? Stationery and Bindery orders
faithfully attended to nt
T. . Til HUM'S.
100 Fort street.
C. K. MILLER,
Qcneral Butlnets & Purchasing Ao"d
My most faithful attention will be
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
In Honolulu for tiie residents of the
80 1 -several Islands of this group, fly
Practical Confectioner, Fancy Pastry Cook and Ornamontor.
RESPECTFULLY inform the Public of Honolulu noil the Islands generally
that he Intends to furnish, a soon us the needed appliance? arrive, all tho
Different Creams, Fruit and Water Ices
practically known to him. Having made a contract with the Woodlawn Dairy for
n const'iut supply of their celebrated Cre.im, will supply hit customers with moro
than fifty dlfleiciit kinds Fancy Creams, Tootle Fruity, Sonlllcs and many moro
too numerous to mention here, all of which he has had practical experience with
at the Imperial Courts of Vicnnn and tho ltnyal Confectionery of Bavaria. All
stcam.powcr-made articles In this line are far superior to any hand.mndc.
Proprietor Pioneer Steam Cindy Factory and Orniimenlnl Confectioner.
FACTOHY AND bTOKE No. 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu S
Both Telephones, No. 74.
P. S. Special arrangements made regarding Prices for Urge oiders, which Id
will be impossible for any mic elto lo compete with.
The Public will
F. Horn's Steam-Made Creams,
Fruit, Claret, Madeira, Melon, Mllle Fruit,
Champagne, Maracblno, Nuova and any other Water lues desired.
Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and Practical
Confectioner. i 2w
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
Kins Street, between Fort ami Alakea Streets,
HA8 BECEIVED, PEU AUSTHALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Hams, Btenn, Block CodlUh, Kits and tins Sal.
raon Bellies, kega Butter, Cala Cheese, keg Pickloi, toiis Pii: Pork, Table Hni.
sins, Figs, Almouds, WalnuU, Spiced Beef, Boned Chicken, Lunch Tow-iies, Chip
ped decreases Oysters, Sardine-", Sen Foam Craiiker-s Flour, limn, Wheat, OiUi,
White Castile Boap, Granulated Sugar, Cube Suar, Pondered Sugar, Gcrmea,
Breakfast Germ, Choice Teas, French Peas, etc. Alan,
"Good Night" and Palace Brands Kerosono Oil.
All at Lowest market rates and Satisfaction Guaranteed. tSf !' O. Box $72;
IM2 Telephone llll.
Are now prepared to furnish in quantities to suit purchase ,
Taio Flour, in bags of 5 lbs.- each,
Packed in sultablo containers for transhipment butweun the islands uud for
foreign shipment. Special orders will be received and packed In nny style re
quired. Tho Agents have constantly on hand a STOCK of this CELEBRATED ARTI.
CLE, and will be pleased to furnish consumers with pamphlets containing direc
tions for use.
Orders can bo sent to
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.,
Agents for'thc Hawaiian I-liuids.
New Goods, Just Received !
Shelf Hardware, Locks, Knobs, Padlock.s,
A full line of Agate Ware, House Furnlshine; Goods, Eddys & Jewell's Hefrigcrs.
tors, Water Filters nnd Coolers, Ico Chests, White Mountuln Ico Cream Freezers,
new pattern, Easy Lawn Mowers, Door Mats, Garden nnd Canal Barrows, Axe,
Hoe, Pick and Fork Handles,
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut-down Muskets, Powder, Shot and Caps,
Fence Wire nnd Staples, Manila nnd Slanl Hope,
The latest novelties In Lamp goods, the very Best and tecond guide Kerosene Oils,
Berry Bros. Furniture Varnish. For sale at lowisl market rates by
The Pad Hardware Comp'y, Limitefl,
79 ni Kiii tot,.
JEntrnucow l'rom JfClnR nnd Morcliuut Hm.
Every description of work in tho above lines performed In a flrht-class manner.
lAlso, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
HT Bell Telephone, 107. -t (327
P.O. BOX 316.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
Real Estato Agont,
Wllaer's Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington Railroad Agent
AT a special meeting ot tho Hawaiian
Carriage Manufacturing Co. held
this day, E. O. SCHUMAN was eleotcd
Secretary and Treasurer In place of
Thos. S. Douglas resigned.
E. O. SCHUMAN,
Sccr'y Qr.ir,n Currlago Slaaf'g Co.
Honolulu, May 3rd, 18S6. 818
Find it to Their
& TARO CO.
Old Mi Premises
ly) t3T Hell Telephone, 1G7.
Honolulu, II. J.
Custom Houso Brokor,
Manager Hawaiian Opom House,
Flro and Life Insurance- Agent.
IN cnuseipicuco of having been burned
outl heir to notify mr ft tends ami
a uia i uci; iu ninny my u
the public lu general, that I
moved to lOfl Nuuanu street, m
Conme-c'nl Hotel. Coffee an
uexl to tho
at nil hoars, as berore.
32J luv THOMAS MULDOON.
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