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79 & 81 King Street
JEutrunccs irom TCiiijgr nncl jIcrclinnt Sts.
Every description of work in tho above lines performed in ft first-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
B3T Bell Telephone, 107. "tea (U27
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER
King Street, between Fort and Alakca Streets,
HAS RECEIVED PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut, Hnms, Bacon, Block Codfish, Klls and tins Bnl.
mon Bellies, kegs Butter, Cain Cheese, kegR Pickles, kegs Pig Pork, Table Hal.
ains, Figs, Almonds, Walnut, Spiced Beef, Boned Chicken, Lunch Tongues, Chip.
ped Beof, cases Oysters, Sardines, Sea Foam Crackers, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Oats,
white Castile Soap, Granulated Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Germeu,
Breakfast Germ, Choice Teas, French Peas, etc. Also,
"Good Night " and Falaco Brands Eeroseno Oil.
All at Lowest market rates anil Satisfaction Guaranteed. JST" P. O. Box 873;
Practical Confectioner, Fancy Pastry Cook and Ornamentor,
RESPECTFULLY informs the Public of Honolulu and the Islands generally
that he intends to furnish, as soon as the needed appliances arrive, all the
Different Creams, Fruit and Water Ices
practically known to him. Iloving mode a contract with' the Woodlawn Dairy for
a constant supply of their celebrated Cream, 'will supply his customers with more
than fifty different kinds Fancy Creams, Toolic Fruity, Souffles and many more
too numerous to mention here, all of which he has had practical experience with
at the Imperial Courts of Viemnvand the Boynl Confectionery of Bavaria. All
steam.power-made articles inthis line are far superior to any hand-made.
Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy Factor- and Ornamental Confectioner.
FACTORY AND STORE No. 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu Sts.
Both Telephones, No. 74.
P. S. Special arrangements made regarding Prices for large orders, which it
will be impossible for any ne else to compete with.
FOR SALE BY
J. T. f AT
No. lO Store,
A Varied Ass'm't of Kid Gloves
Wash Doc Jersey Gloves,
Sash and other Ribbons
318 latest styles.
EIRE, FIRE !
HAVING been obliged (on short
notice by the above element) to
move to somu other quarters, wo would
therefore notify our patrons, and all
those that wish us well, that we are now
67 and 69 Hotel Street,
where we shall uc prepared to fill all
-Groceries & Provisions,
also, in the Feed line, as
Hay and Grain.
Orders solicited, prompt attention and
lair prices guaranteed.
I- BellTclcphono 340, Mutual Tele,
"WOiLilT'JE Ac CO.
The White House,
TVo. X18 Nuuanu (Street,
HONOLULU, : : H.I.
Private Family Hotel,
Terms Reasonable. FirstClass
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
C. K. MILLER
General Business & Purchasing A0cn
Mcbant St., IhoIii.
My most fuithful attention will be
given for tlio
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tlio residents of the
DO several Islands of thin group, fly
Old Rose Premises,
EST Bell Tcleplione, 107. "a
Wine and Spirit
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
Sole Importers of
S. Lachman & Co.'s California Wines,
, John Ezchaw's No. 1 Brandy,
J. Pellison's 7 and 10.year.old Brandy,
J. J. Melchcr's "Elephant" Gin,
II. W. SMITH CO.'S
"TMstle Dew" Wttey,
Coates & Co.'s 'Plymouth" Gin, etc.
A FULL LINK OP THE
Most Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, Wines,
BPIIUTS, MQUKU11S, KTC,
constantly on hand and for sale at Ihe
Orders filled promptly and all Goods
P. 0. Box 362. Both Tel., No.' 46.
npiIE undersigned, having this day
JL leased to GEORGE OAVANAGH,
of Honolulu, the Honolulu Steam Laun
dry, notice is heroby given thnt thn said
George Cavanagh alone is responsible
for all debts contracted by the said'
George Cavanagh for the said Laundry
from and after this date.
W. C. PARKE.
Assignee of J. F. McLaughlin.
Honolulu, June 17, 1880. CG
Uu gniiji 4Wti.
TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1880.
FIFTT-NINTH DAY CONT1KUED.
Monday, July 12th.
Rep. Knulukou thought the idea
of the resolution was very good, as
showing the interest of the mover in
the welfare of the people. At the
same time it involved outsiders
coming into this house to dictate
legislation. The members elected
by tlio several constituencies were
competent to pass upon nil matters
affecting the prosperity and health
of the people. Unless tho peoplo
of the other islands were consulted,
the committee could only report the
opinions of Honolulu, nnd there was
no provision for the expense of ex
tending the enquiry to the other
After remarks by Reps. Lilika
lani and Kaunamano in Hawaiian,
vithout interpretation, the question
was. put, resulting in the resolution
. Rep. Aholo presented a resolution
for an appropriation of $2,500 for
improving roads in Lahaina, and
moved its reference to select com
mittee on road items. Carried.
Minister Gibson presented the
house, on behalf of the printing
committee, with copies of the mili
tary bill and a bill relating to labor
Rep. Thurston gave notice of the
following question to the Minister of
"Whereas the Minister of the
Interior is now advertising for sale
the. lease for 20 years of the lands
of Opea, Peleau I and 2 nnd Awa
pulii, situate about two miles north
.of Hakalau Plantation, district of
Hilo, Hawaii, containing about 1050
acres, of which at least 150 acres is
good cane land; therefore please
state why this land is to be disposed
of -: and why it is not reserved for
settlement under the homestead
Minister Gibson said the transac
tion belonged to his predecessor,
and he would make enquiry and
present his reply in writing.
On motion of Rep. Kaulukou, at
noon, the house took recess till
1:30 p. m.
The house resumed at 1 :45.
Rep. Kaunamano announced a
meeting of the select committee on
tho item of $35,000 for Hilo roads,
to be held at 9 o'clock on Tuesday
morning, and moved that all the
resolutions, etc., relating to roads
and bridges be taken from the table
and referred to said committee.
Rep. Aholo gave notice of a bill
to amend the Auditor-General's act j
also, a bill to provide a permanent
settlement for Daniel Nnpela.
Rep. Kaunamano read a first time
anjact to amend several sections of
an act to repeal chapter 10, Civil
Code, relating to the Bureau of
Public Instruction, also to repeal
and amend other acts on tho same
subject. Ordered to be printed.
OHDEU OF TIIE DAT.
On motion of Rep. Kaai, the
house proceeded to the order of the
day, resolving into committee of the
whole on the Appropriation Bill,
Noble Cleghorn, in the chair.
Bridge and Grading ruuekbowl
Minister Gibson, in reply to Rep.
Brown, said this was for work partly
Noble Walker, in reply to the
same member, said the Chinese labor
on the work was engaged through a
The item passed.
Bridge and Grading Kinau street $5,000
Rep. Thurston thought this was
very high, and said the road was
being built through an old material
dump, a costly work without much
necessity. He presumed the bulk
of the expenditure was on the bridge
at the corner of Punchbowl street.
There were nowtwo good approaches
to the place this street was intended
to open up. With a limited fund
for streets, ( it would be better to
stop spending money there and have
the extension of Kukui street, which
was very necessary, carried out.
Rep. Kckoa had been to see the
place and could see no need for the
expenditure, therefore moved tho
item be struck out.
Minister Gibson, in reply to Rep.
Keau, said sonic money was due for
work done,adding that he had ordered
tho work stopped, because the labor
was costing too much. The house
ought to pass this amount.
Rep. Keau had observed a very
strange policy adopted on the roads.
Expense was incurred where it was
not needed, and roads needing re
pairs were neglected. There was
no appropriation for Punchbowl or
Kinau streets last session, but there
were amounts voted for the exten
sion of Queen street nnd the open
ing of tho Knmehaincha road, which
should have been expended but were
not. The extension of Maunakca
street to meet Kukui street was
really necessary. Thorefore, ho
hoped that in future the Minister
would spend money whore it was
appropriated for, and not waste it
on unauthorized and unnecessary
Minister Gibson replied that this
amount was in the statement of in
debtedness of the Interior now
being printed. Ho agreed with all
that tho lion, member had said with
respect to carrying, out the will and
purpose of this Assembly In tho
mntter of appropriations. It was
not improper for hini to plead entire
ignorance of the authorization of
this work. Ministers could not look
minutely into the transactions of
each other's departments. For him
self, he was not going to expend
money on ronds and bridges that are
not ordered to bo mado by the Leg
islature. Of course there was a
margin for general improvements in
the contingent Item, within which
tlio Minister could exerciso discre
tion. Rep. Knulukou said Mr. Paty had
advanced money on this work and
should bo repaid The hbn. mem
ber for Molokal said he ought to lose
the money, but that was a narrow
minded opinion. He did not ap
prove of the Minister spending
money without authority, but good
faith should be kept with a public
Tho item passed.
Bridge Watlua, Kauai Bal
ance dueEstnU of Jas. G.
Hayselden on contract.... 84,054.78
Brldirc Waimca. Kauai Bab
ldgc walinca, Kauai J
nncc due Estate of das. G.
. Hayselden on contract ... 12,123.11
Rep. Keau moved the committee
recommend that these items be re
ferred to a select committee.
Rep. Thurston seconded the mo
tion, and it carried.
Sundry Rcnta 87,000.08
Janitor Alilolaui Hale and Kapua
Iwa, to reside on the premises
nnd be always within call, at
8100 per month $2,400
Minister Gibson said there was
not, the same necessity for this officer
now as when the item was inserted,
as there was a regular guard to the
Rep. Keau moved to strike the
Pay of Six Messengers at $10
each per week 30.240
Minister .Gibson moved to strike
out, in accordance with revised esti
mates. In answer to Rep Kaulu
kou, he added that' lie overlooked
tho fact the original item left his
department, without a messenger,
and moved to insert
Messenger Interior Department. .1,200
Rep. Brown moved to amend to
$1,000, the same as last' period,
which Rep. Dickey supported and
Minister Gibson accepted, and was
Incidentals Interior Olllce. . . . . .$5,000
Rep. Brown moved 3,000, which
Incidentals Governor's Olllces... .$1,000
Rep. Brown moved 500, which
Government Printing 810,000
Rep. Thurston moved $5,000,
same as last period.
Rep. Hayselden moved $8,000.
Rep. Richardson wanted to know
what was actually required.
Minister Gibson replied that there
was about $1,000 indebtedness for
printing, and $500 for compilation
of laws. Perhaps if the item was
placed at $6,000 it would meet all
Passed at $6,000.
Books nnd Stationery for Regis
trar of Conveyances f 300
Noble Bishop moved to insert
Aid to Queen's Hospital $12,000
Atj the proper place he would move
to insert the hospital tax, with
which this item would be sufficient.
Rep. Keau moved $10,000.
Noble- Bishop said if the hon.
member would show him that $10,
000 would be sufficient it would be
Rep. Richardson asked if some
thing was not likely to be paid oyer
to the hospital, within the next two
years, from the estate of Queen
Noble Bishop That is altogether
Rep. Kaulukou thought before
money was voted the hospital, the
Assembly should have an account of
the expenditure of the last grant.
Noble Bishop said the Queen's
Hospital was not a Government in
stitution, although largely aided by
the Legislature. The accounts were
published, according to the charter,
every six months. That had been
done every six months since it was
established .25 years ago. Some
times there was a small balance ;
and there bad been slight deficien
cies, when money had to be bor
rowed. He thought $12,000 would
be barely sufficient this period.
Pnssed at $12,000.
Expense riling Certificates of .
Expeuses of Election of Repre
Rep. Kekoa nioyed to add, "in
cluding $10 to Ilalawn, Clerk of
Election in Puna."
Rep. Brown said this man was
given an appropriation of $5 last
session, and it was getting chronic.
According to the way that Puna
election was carried, ho did not de
serve a cent. Let them pass the
item as in the bill, and if this man
had a claim let him take it to the
Rep. Kckoa said $5 of the $10
was for last period, which ho had
not received. According to the
Xinanco Report tho money was paid,
but tlio man never received it.
Rep. Brown said if he didn't col
lect it that was his own fault.
Rep. Dole said the man might bo
entitled to this money, but UiIb was
not the way for a man to recover a
claim for services to tho Goverri-
ment. It was all right for them to
rectify mistakes,. such as taxes paid
twico, but for services rendered
tho person claiming his pay should
look to the Government.
Rep. Aholo found In tho report of
the Minister of Interior that the $5
was still unpaid. lie moved to in
sert u separate item.
Minister Dare thought that was
entirely unnecessary, as this was a
Rep. Kaunamano spoKe nt length
on the difficulties of small public
creditors getting their litllo bills
paid. Tills man had exhausted nil
his remedies except, perhaps, suing
the Government for $10 through the
courts. Therefore) an item should
bo inserted to pny him, and not let
a dirty spook be left on the reputa
tion of tho Government.
Minister Gibson said they were
spending a good deal of time, but
tlio matter was important as re
garded the principle. On a question
of right and wrong,, $5 was as im
portant as $5,000. He did not think
a properly certified account had been
in or it should have been paid.
Rep. Kaulukou doubted this, as
he has presented n duly certified ac
count for a coroner's inquest, which
had never been paid.
The item pnssed with the amend
ment. Rep. Thurston proposed an item :
Encouragement of Ramie Cul
He spoke of the encouragement
offered by tho last Legislature, and
what had been done by private en
terprise., A machine for preparing
the fibre nojl been advanced toward
perfection.' The company had spent
$12,000, and had started a ramie
plantation on the road from Keau
hou to the Volcano. He moved the
item bo referred to n select com
Expenses of Mausoleums $300
Rep. Brown moved to refer to the
select committee on mausoleums.
Minister Gibson could not say
whether this 'was for work done or
prospective caretaking or repairs,
and thought it had better be refer
red. Noble Bishop said if it w;as for
repairs to be done it was not suffi
cient, as the roof was leaking and
other parts required mending.
Minister Gibson, referring to the
report, said it seenied ttie item was.
for expenses already incurred at the
Nuuanu and the Lunalilo mauso
leums. 'The motion to refer carried.
Rep. Dole moved to insert
The money was appropriated last
session, and a resolution of this
session, as yet unanswered, asked
why the land was not purchased.
Rep. Richardson thought the ex
penditure had better be provided
for in the loan act. There was not,
likely to be money, for the purpose
this period any more than the last.
Minister Gibson supported the
motion, giving particulars of some
action the Government had taken,
through Mr. Meyers, the Superin
tendent of the Leper Settlement.
The item passed.
Rep. Paehaole moved to insert
Sinking Artesian Wells on Molo
A great many native Hawaiians
wereengaged in sugar-planting on
that Island, and to provide them
with water would be a great advan
tage, in which the Government
would share from the enhancement
in value of taxable property.
Minister Gibson called attention
to the .fact that $5,000 was appro
priated for sinking artesian wells on
Molokai and $6 was expended. An
effort was made by private prospec
tors for water, who incurred an ex
penditure of $3,000. The site for
experiment was selected by old resi
dents of the- island, but the water
obtained was brackish and unfit for
use. An appeal was made to him
by some of the losers, who were his
neighbors, for the Government,! to
give them some relief. If the As
sembly voted this item, he as Min
ister would make a binding contract,
so that if water was obtained the
.money would be paid, and if not
none would be paid.
Rep. Castle related what he had
seen of tho operations to obtain
water on Molokai. Judging by what
some of the natives and one of the
well-borers said, ho thought there
was more difficulty in getting water
than on tiie island of Oahu. He
believed the reason the contract
was abandoned was because it was
such expensive work, and the borers
would not go on unless paid for the
work done. If he had valuable
land on Molokai and had money, ho
would go there himself and sink a
well. There was valuable land on
Molokai which was in need of water.
If a contract was made it would
have to bo on so much a foot, and
not on a condition of no water no
Minister Gibson could not oppose
tho proposed endeavor or the item,
but it was proper to say thnt tho ex
periment would not bo an expensive
one. A demijohn of tho water
hitherto obtained was -brought to
'town, nnd it was lit for neither
household purposes nor irrigation.
He had declined to entertain the
request for relief from those who
had undertaken the experiment, and
the Government would not make an
(Continued on page 2.)
AFinST.OLASS ASSIB'PANT MILL.
INEU at the
.POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,
67 tf N, S. Sachs, Proprietor,
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNElt FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from the Kastcrn States 'and fEurope
Fresh California Produce by cvory Steamer. All 'tier-faithfully attended to.
and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of chatce. Inland orders FolU,.
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Ofllco Box 145. Tolephono No. 03. 108 ly
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P. O. Box 207. Telephone 240.
LEWIS & CO, GROCERS,
X 11 ITort fcStr-oct,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now Goods continually on tho way.
Dually on tho way. Just received Kegs Saucr Kraut, kci3 Hol
;s, kegs Tiipc, kegs Gcrmnn Pickles, Ucgs Mly! "iklgj. kits
Ics. kits M acker ul, kega Family Pork, kegs Co" X Beef. For
land Herrings, kegs Tiipc, kegs Gcrmnn Pickles, kegs MiSl '''ikls.?, kits
Salmon Bellies, kits M acker ul, kega Family Pork, kegs Co" 1 Beef. For
Breakfast- While Oals, Gcrmcn; Breakfast Gi'in and Sbrcdcd M:izo. Also, a
nno 101 oi iNow oeunmu nnn ironianu rcacnujow i-oinioes always on nana.
Tho very best-of ISLAND BU1TEH, plenty for everybody.
1'rlccH loiv ami JSutini'nctloii dinni'mitced.
(Formerly with Samuel Notl).
InXrtox- juttl Dealer in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OHOOKERY, GLASSWAItE, HOUSE FURNISHING. HARDWARE,
AGATE IKON AND TINWAKE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
tS Store formerly occupied by S. NOTT, cpfositc Sprockets & Co.'s Bank.
A Large and Elegant Stock of Misses,
sizes. Also, a
Gents' and Boys'
V i HfiltliSlllSW m 13 Forfc Bteceeti J nil f
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets?
Has just opened out a large and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-Made Clothing, and Hats and Caps
In all tie Latest Styles aid Pattens.-
' '" .
. fc5f" Particular attention is called to amclegant' lino of Gent's Neckweir. '
JOHN NOTT, 1 8
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER I0SE,'
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
SHEET IRON" WORK
TO BUTCHERS, GBAZIERb
Si T. W. BAM'MNS,
Tho highest Cash value, for any nuan.
tlty of Tallow.
If ouolulu oap Workw, Icleo
Bell Telephone 29. P. O, Box 4.
HTqi I quj1 M
and Children's Spring Heel Shoes of all
Splendid Stock of
Boots and Shoes.
TIIE undorslgned hereby gives nollco 'o
thnt huhaa purchased from Mr.
W. W. Wright all of tho said W. W,. ,,
Wright's iniereet in the Arm of Wblt. r ,
man & Wright, and no receipts or obli. ' '
gallons on behalf of the said firm will, :x
from this date, be valid except slguea-v '
by . Ji. wmrjuAH,
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