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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 18, 1880.
TOO MUCH LIBERTY.
The robbery yesterday afternoon
of Mr. Logan's liouso, adjoining tho
Reformatory School fence, is of such
a nature ns to afford suspicion that
the perpetrator or perpetrators of
the act came unci went through the
Reformatory School grounds. To
be Bure, it does not necessarily
follow that the robbery was com
mitted by inmates of that institu
tion ; because the enclosure can be
entered from several different quar
ters and the grounds traversed, by
people from the outside, unobserved
at thij school premises. So that the
fact of the thief or thieves having
carried off their plunder through the
school grounds is no proof that the
school boys are the guilty parties.
But the fact that these boys, tome
of whom were originally committed
to the care of the institution because
of their stealing propensities, have
more liberty than those familiar
with their character consider them
entitled to, naturally points public
suspicion in that direction. Many
complaints have reached this ollicc
of late of mischief committed by
Reformatory School bo3rs at liberty,
which feelings of delicacy have pre
vented our publishing. Wc fully
realize the diflioulties of the Super
intendent's position, and know that
with all the care and attention lie
can possiuly bestow, irregularities
are liable to occur occasionally.
Rut cannot think that he is doing
his duty in giving the boys oppor
tunities of committing mischief, by
letting them wander around at plea
sure without a responsible attendant.
As a matter of fact, Reformatory
School boys can be seen around the
btreets of Honolulu almost any night
of the week, mixing with other boys,
and listening to foul language at
street corners. This liberty may be
intended as a reforming agency, but
the effect is certainly anything be
Continued from puye -1.
"Wednesday, Aug. 18th.
The Assembly was opened with
prayer by Rev. J. Waiamau at 10
a. m., a quorum being present ten
minutes later, as follows: Ministers
Gibson Creighton and Dare ; Nobles
"Walker (President), Clegliorn, Ka
pena and Martin ; Reps, llayselden,
Keau, Lilikalani, Baker, Amttra,
Brown, Kauli?., Pallia, Kaunamano,
Nulialc, Kekoa, Aholo, Kaulcau,
Castle, Dickey, Kaai, Thurston,
Paehaoie, Dole, Kauai and Palohau.
The minutes of last meeting were
read and confirmed.
Minister Gibson, from the Print
ing Committee, presented the house
with printed copies of sundry bills
Minister Gibson, in reply to the
(mention of the lion, member for
Makawao as to why the pre
sent Minister of the Interior re
tained the services of the Super
intendent of Water Works, said
in the first place, although not
presented as a reason, that, hiiice lie
had taken charge of that Depart
ment, ho had not had an oppor
tunity of looking into thu working
of the different ofllces and bureaus.
He then referred to the account of
the investigation into tho "Water
"Works by his predecessor, contained
in the general report of the Depait
meut, in which the Auditor-General
expresses the opinion that ho was
clearly of opinion that there had been
no intention on the part of the Super
intendent or his clerk to oinbozzlo
funds. But there was admitted
carelessness and mismanagement,
the Superintendent, although ho
might be a good mechanic, was not
a bookkeeper. A special receiver
had been placsd in charge and mado
permanent, 6inco which thero had
been more careful management of
tho olllce, resulting in an increase of
receipts j not on account of money
not being directly lost, but because
tho flnauccs were better looked after
and the receipts promptly paid into
Treasury. The Superintendent now
Jiad nothing to do with the receipts,
and, from his observation, lie was
satisfied that tho olllccr was n very
cfllcient man for his present duties,
lie had, however, been closely en
gaged in legislative woik, and it was
possiblo that on further opportunity
lie might havo icaon to change his
.views with regard to the Supcrinten.
dent. Rep. Kaunamano presented a re
port from the select committee on
roads and bridges, to which wns re
ferred a petition from llilo, with SO
signatures, praying for appropria
tions to build bridges over the
the streams at Maulua, Ninolc, Mo
analoa, Pahalc, and Awali. They
recommend that tho petition be laid
on the table. Adopted.
The same committee reported on
certain items for roads and bridges ;
also, on a petition from llilo that
water pipes bo laid to Latipahoehoo ;
also on a petition from Kau that
water pipes be laid to Waiohinu and
SoOO be appropriated therefor ; also,
on a petition and resolution for
water pipes from Nuuanu street to
and along Liliha street, Honolulu.
They rccomm.nd that the papers he
laid on the table tor consideration
with the Appropriation Bill.
Adopted. The reports were signed
by Messrs. Kaunamano, Castle and
Noble Macfarlane presented the
following report from the commit
tee: Hon. .1. S. "Walkeu, President of
Legislative Assembly. Sm : Your
committee on commerce to whom
was referred the bill entitled, "An
Act to Promote Mail Communica
tion between the Hawaiian Islands
ami the United States of America,"
introduced by Hon. J. M. Kapcua,
have had said bill under considera
tion, and beg leave to report, that
the mail service, and steam com
munication, in furtherance of which
the proposed subsidy is to be al
lowed have become an actual neces
sity to the commerce, and other
beneficial interests of the islands.
The geographical situation of the
Hawaiian Islands requires the build
ing up, fostering and maintaining of
first-class steam communication with
the United States and other coun
tries. The steamship lines by
which such communication is main
tained are to us what railroads are
to other countries.
To abandon the advantage's so
far gained, by the establishment of
a direct steamship line between Ho
nolulu and San Francisco would bo
a serious mistake in the opinion of
your committee. Such a course
would remove the Kingdom from the
world's higlnva3's of commerce and
travel, and retard the prospeiity of
the nation inilol'mirely.
With this in view, your committee
respectfully submit to the Legisla
tive Assembly, u substitute embody
ing specifically the condition under
which the subsidy should be granted
for the bill originally introduced, and
recommend the passage of said sub
G. W." MACrAKLASE,
S. G. Wii.Cr.u,
E. lv. Lilikalani,
J. T. Bakeii.
Rep. Kaunamano moved the le-
port be laid on the table.
Rep. Kaiilukou moved its adop
tion. Rep. Brown seconded the motion
for laying on the table, because
there was a petition of banana
growers which should be considered
with the bill.
Rep. Kaiilukou was speaking of
the petition in question as having
been presented at the instigation of
Mr. Frank Brown, when
Rep. Brown interrupted him,
denying that Mr. Frank Brown was
interested in banana growing.
Rep. Kaiilukou then withdrew his
Rep. Thurston took exception to
the eflbit of the lion, member for
llilo to have the bill passed without
any discussion. Hcwasiu favor of
paying a subsidy, but the residents
of Ewa petitioning had rights to be
The bill was laid on the table and,
on motion of Rep. Castle, ordered to
Noble Bishop presented the fol
lowing repoit: Hon. J. S. Walker,
President Legislature Assembly:
Sir, the committee on Education
to whom was referred "an act to
amend chapter 35 of the Penal Code
i elating to the Lords day commonly
called Sunday" having taken said
act into consideration, and being
satisfied that it would not accuie
that rest and quiet which is desirable
and for the good of the community
beg to present herewith a draft of
an act entitled, "an act to regulate
thu observance of Sunday," as a
substitute for the act referred to
them, and to recommend its passage.
Chas. R. Bishop,
L. A. TnuusTON,
S. W. Kaai,
The report was laid on tho table,
and the bill ordered to bo printed,
Rep. Dole moved that tho bill to
license breweries be taken from the
table and referred to tho select com
mittee on liquor bills, Cariicd.
Rep. Thurston submitted the fol
lowing question to the Minister of
Please stato the amounts paid and
date of payment, between December
1, 1885, and March 31, 188G, on
account of tho appropriation for a
subsidy to tho Oceanic Steamship
Company. Also tho name and
tonnage of each vessel on account
of whom such payments have been
Rep. llayseldrn moved that the
bill to amend sec. C2, Civil Codo,
relating to licenses, bo taken from
t'jo tablo and referred to a select
OHDF.lt OF 7HK DAT.
On motion of Rep. Thurston tho
liouso proceeded to the order of the
day, rcsolvhig into committee of tho
whole for the consideration of the
AppiopriatlonRlll, Noble Clegliorn
in the chair.
Rep. llayselden moved 825,000
for the general expenses of the
Board of Health, as recommended
by the select committee on items in
that bureau. Carried.
Building and Maintenance of
Rep. Dole sold that S40,000 was
appropriated and expended last
period, and would like to know
where the hospitals were.
Rep. llayselden said there was no
additional hospital built, but new
buildings were added to the branch
hospital at Kakaako and an addition
was made to the Malumanani
hospital at Wailuku.
Rep. Dole thought the building
and the maintenance of hospitals
should be kept separate. lie moved
that $5,000 be inserted for build
ing a hospital at Lihuc, Kauai.
Rep. Thurston remarked on the
good done by the hospital at Wai
luku, and said natives had no fear
of going there now. There ought
to be one hospital at least on each
of the islands, where patients could
be taken care of without the long sea
voyage to Honolulu.
Rep. Brown opposed the motion,
because, if they put in an item for
Kauai, they would have to put two
in for Hawaii, one for Molokai and
one for Lanai. They had a hospital
on Maui which was well conducted
and doing a good deal of good, but
let them not appropriate any more
money for building hospitals, be
cause they might thus treble or
quadruple the expense of building
and maintenance of hospitals. He
moved SI 5.000 for building and re
pairs of hospitals, and 825,000 for
Rep. Thurston said if they were
not going to build hospitals there
was no need of an appropriation,
and if they voted 11101103' blindly the
Government would go on and build
them wherever it pleased. It was
only those who could not afford to
to pay who went to the hospitals,
lie should like to know lrom the
President of tiie Board what was
the expense of maintaiicc.
Minister Gibson was in favor of
the motion of the lion, member for
Lihuc. He would say that this item
of building and maintenance was
probably a wrong statement of the
requirements. It should have been
simply repairs and maintenance, lie
thought the cost had been 18 cents
a day per capita. Perhaps there
had been an increase on account of
the methods of the Japanese doctor,
also of an increased supply of milk,
which might make it nearer 20 cents.
It was 825,000 for actual food.
There had been considerable ex
pense for repairs, moving buildings,
whitewashing, etc. most of the ex
pense had been in the line of re
pairs. The hospital at Wailuku was
paying its own expenses to a great
extent by its pay patients, so that
the two hospitals with repairs would
require all the sum which had been
submitted to the Assembly. With
regard to hospitals in other districts,
the. Assembly had heard the testi
mony of the resident member, as to
the excellent results from the hos
pital at Wailuku. He thought they
ought to have hospitals at two other
points, on the islands of Hawaii and
Kauai. It would be very desirable
that they could have the same class
of attendants as in the hospital at
Wailuku. Whilst it would be very
desirable to place hospitals at other
points, a sum should be voted for
that one, with an additional sum for
maintenance. It was difllcult for
the Board to know beforehand what
would be required for each purpose,
so that it would be undesirable to
divide repairs and maintenance.
Noble Bishop considered 810,000
necessary for repairs and mainte
nance. Ho did not know how the
Board kept its accounts, but thought
the leport to the Legislature ought
to show how much was spent for
each hospital. No one could tell
how much was spent at Kakaako or
Wailuku; it was all mixed up.
(Rep. llayselden here gave figures
from the report). Without that ex
planation, the speaker said, nobody
could understand it.
Rup. llayselden moved $10,000
for repairs and maintenance.
Rep. Brown withdrew his motion.
Rep. Paehaoie moved 830,000.
Rep. Dole withdrew his motion
till the pending item was disposed
The item passed at 40,000, and
then Hep, Dole renewed his motion
of 85,000 for Liliue.
Noble Wilder said if this item
passed it would bo perfectly just to
pass items for a hospital each at
Ivan, llilo, Honokaa and Kolmla,
The hospital at llilo would bo no
use to a resident of Kau, Tho hos
pital at Liliue would he no more use
to a resident of Ilanalci than the
hospital iii Honolulu, He could
couiu to Honolulu at less expense.
Thu speaker referred to the vory
high expenso of the Board of Health,
which was increasing every year,
until now it made a very largo sum
and it grew every session. If they
were able to build hospitals all over
it was all right lint they were not
able. If they were going to econo
mize they had to commence at some
point. For that reason he should
bnve to vote against this motion.
. LITTLE CERTRUDE.
WlllTTKK von MY Emend Mns.
In a wild Northwest forest my llttlo one
Far removed from nil skilled human
And the restless I'aclflo now rolls Its
Between 1110 and where Gertrude was
Those mothers alone who have borno
my sad load,
Can feel ns I felt on Hint morn,
When the Dread Reaper came to our
lonely abode .
And left me so dazed and forlorn.
That death hovered near us I scarce had
Till he tore my life's treasure away;
And I wandered for days mid the tall
My reason nigh losing its sway.
Long weeks I fancied my girlie had
And the lost one 1 sought everywhere ;
But all I could And of the Idol 1 craved
Was this curl of her golden brown
He in whose keeping I placed my young
Had carelessly valued Its worth,
Yet I smilingly strove to endure tho
Till my darllug girl faded from earth.
I had drained miseries cup of Its bitter
And misfortune I long had dulled;
The blacker clouds lowered, the louder
Till my little one sickened and died.
No loving kin near me, no child to
My -wearied heart ready ti -Ink
Far aw ay from my uoubc, in a cold
What wonder my braiu neared the
The fond mother thinks her own lovely
Words cannot, my pet's face recall;
How oft when I sal o'er my sorrows to
Her dear voice would banish them all.
Kindly friends vied to give comfort and
Hut mortals can ne'er restore breath;
The Master had spoken, lie weighed not
When Gertrude was summoned bv
Rough-handed work men, with giicf be
And sympathy's words on each
Sofilv whispered "your Gorty K safe in
With Christ, who ou earth blessed the
Though unused to tears these kind sons
Came and wept o'er their tiny pet's
Their sadness for her was to me balm
For it told me that good hearts were
Their honest expressions of sorrowing
For the playmate their strong arms
Soothed pangs that were racking my
And I ceased for a moment to mourn.
God guard them, and free them from
troubles or need,
And srlve them His blessings instead
' May they prosper wherever their for
tunes may lead,
I ak hi the name of my dead.
Gone is sweet Gertrude, my solace and
To whom I could turn when In pain
Her smile coaxing sayings an: hushed
at my side,
On earth we shall ne'er meet again.
So pretty, so good, so full of pure love,
So unelflsb a'ld prone to be ldud
Bright as a dew crystal, fresh from
Her years far outstripped by hermind.
Her Innocent prattle oft won me from
ill her I could smile awav grief;
Her presence brought gladness and hope
to tuc room,
And for mental ills gave 111c relief.
So life-like and smiling she lay in her
I fancied at times she was sleeping;
But when my eyes turned to the mourn
ful heads bowed,
i knew she had passed from my keep
lug. Four years only four it seems but a
Was iny darling permitted to stay;
The light of my life lost its warm sunny
When Gerty was placed la ihe clay.
I know she has goue with the angels to
And that joy is eternal up there;
Yet deep sobs of anguish I cannot re
pel, As I gu.e ou this wee lock of hair.
Perhaps I am hellish but alas she wub
The core of my love in her lay;
Her bright face made sunshine through
dark clouds appear,
And gladdened each hour of my day
Lord of the Universe Father of All
I tiy to bow humbly to Thee,
And hear the great sorrow that foil like
When my darling was taken from me.
Grant me, I pray Thee, Thou Ruler on
Tho patience to live through my woo;
Bid Gertrude's blight spirit keep watch
iroiii ine suy,
Till It please Thee that I too nitty go,
Kankohh, Aug. Hi, 18811.
This absolutely pure
Cider in manufactured in
the orchard one yestr be
fore placing it on tho mar
ket, and generates its own
gas by natural fermenta
tion. A small invoice just re
etived and for sale by
Macfarlane & Co.
Attention ! Honolulu Rifles.
Akmoky Honolulu Rtri-r.s,
Honolulu, Aug. 18, ItidO. J
Company Older No. in
jvvcrv iiicmuur 01 mis vuui
matitl Is lie cliy ordered to np.
near nt tho Old Armory THIS
WFDNESDAY EVENING, at
7:?0 r.M. slinrp, In FATIGUE
UNIFORM, for tho purpose of
marching lo and taking posses.
'Ion of Iho Now Armory on
Beiolnnla stiect, thero to bo
nrrtnnlfil to Clint. V. V. Allfnill.
Per order, II. F. IIEU11ARD,
It First I.leulenaut Commanding.
THE regular Quarterly Sleeting of
tho Shareholders of the UM'N
FEED CO., Limited, will be held nt tho
olllce of G. WVMncfurluno fc Co. on
THURSDAY, Aug. 10, at 12 o'clock
noon. WALTERS. HANKS,
It Secrctury U F. Co., L'd
AI'OR'ITGUESE MARRIED MAN,
wishes n situation as Gardener, or
will do any kind of work. Wlfo will
Wash, Iron mid sv, and daughter ol 14
will asslbt, or mind children. Apply
this olllce. 403 tw;
Mortgagee's Notice of Inten
tion to Foreclose and
XN nccoi dance with a power of sale
contained in a certain mortgnge
nuiile by Jonalhnn Kupau of Kooliitilu.i,
Orthu, 10 W. A. Kinney, Trustee, dated
.lunei.', 18s5, recorded in thu Huwaiian
RogUiry of Conveyances in Book 9t, on
pngi'S 201 and 211.. Notice is hereby
given that said morlgageu intends to
tmcelos-o salil mnilt'iigc, for condition
hr len, mill uposihl fnivoiosuie will
tell, at public auction, at the Siloonom
uf H. 1'. Adams it Co., in Honolulu,
Ouliu, on SATURDAY, the 21st day ot
Augii-t, l.kS0, nt 12 o'clock noon, tho
pieiubes :i dc-ioiibed in said mortgage
and more partlculaily set foilh below.
For tin lliur particulars apply to Kin.
nev it Peterson, AlturncvF-nt-I.iiw.
W A. KINNEY. 'Incite, Mortgagee.
Honolulu, July HI, It-SO.
Premises to lie wild tire: First, all Unit
l.uid sitn'ili' tit IC11111 111 iti'ii, Wiiinhin,
Ouliu, (V oiiliiil in R-i.inl J'.itctil 3 1 mil
No. K.Yi to Pi ma, col Ijihiiitr 1 75100
iiciis Second, nil llio-o puroi.ls of l.intl
situate tit ICnwniloA, in Mild Wiiinluii,
dc'eril'cd in Rnjnl Patent MHO, Kiilo
ana !)07 to KetiXvo, containing It 4.10
aciiH 4 OS at
In conformity w-ilh n resolution of
Die Sliaioholdcr'.-i of the Waime.i Sugar
Mill Company, adopted at a meeting
held on August 1", 1J-8G, nuthoiizing the
President and HeciO'tiry of said Corpo'
alioji ,0 li-I"sc of its pioperty, etc., the
pioperly of tho said
Wiiica Sugar Mill Co,
AT WAIMEA, KAUAI,
will be soil lo the highest bidder, at
Public Auction, tit the ri;ile-i 00m of E.
P. Adams & Co., on
Monday, 6th day of Septem-
her, A.D. 1886,
at the hour of 12 o'clock m , lo wit : the
Entbe fcUGAB WOltKS, known as the
Waimea Sugar Mill,
Erected on fee simple land at Waimea,
Kauai, with all its contents and machin
ery and 1110 Jm 11 improvement!', manu.
Inclined by tho Honolulu lion Works
Company in 18t-l.
Leases of lands adjoining the mill site.
Houses for niannger, sugar boiler, en
gineer and laboiers.
lilncksniith and carpenter shop.
220 working Oxen, more or less.
!J() ox-carts, yokes nnd chains.
Brake, harnesses, windmill, black
smith and carpenter tools, including 1
huge Putnam Lathe, complete, nnd
nenily now implements.
Olllce and household furniture.
Railroad truck, etc., etc,
1 second-hand Eiijjine, 1024, in "rdcr,
made by the Honolulu lion Works
Also, all coal, lumber and sugar bags
whatever on hand on day of sale.
CST" For Information as to terms of
Bale and other particulars as to
Existing Planting Contractu,
Well boring and oilier minor contracts
iidvniilngcoiis to the Mill, persons desir
ing to Ik como purchasers may apply to
Pll. OI'FKRGELT, President.
ED. IKU'TSOHLAEGER As Co., Ag'ts,
E. p. ADAMS & CO.,
407 til Auctioneers.
Will bo open every alternouii and even,
ing ns follows:
Monday, Tuemlny, IWiIncHduy anil
To tho public in general.
For bullet; nod gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen nnd children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
Wll.l IAM WALL, Manager.
KOOMS TO LET,
AT 68 King Street, upstairs, 3 rooms,
at $14 per month. 400 lw
G3 & G5 Fort Street, opposite Spreckels' Bank.
SPECIAL NOTICE. Our bnmciif 0 Slo k, juft received by last steamer, Includes
nil the latest styles nnd nuwest novelties In
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
Ladles', Misses' and Clilldrcn'fl Undorwcnr, which wp oiler nt Ihe lowest prices.
Great Bargains in nil kinds of EMBROIDERIES, the lnigcsl nnd best
selected Su ek in that line
WE CLAIM that we carry tho lamest Slock In STAPLE D HA GOOPS such as
Calico, Lawns, Bleached and Unbleached Coltons of the best Uriinds.Shceiing
in all m tilths, Tablo Linen Niipkinshud ninny more indoles too nunn rou to
mention. All tho above aiticlcs will ho Fold ntBEDKOOIv, and special low
prices will bo mad- on all Goods sold by thu piece. -
fiOH Pieces of .Mosquito Netting, bet quality, nt 11 Reduced Price.
100 Pieces Victoria Lawn, a good qualiiy, $1 f.O ench piece. ,,,,.,
GREAT BARGAINS A large Hue ot Linen, Honeycomb nnd Turkhh Towels
will be sold very low.
Now Within Your Reach.
Wo arc selling our entlro Stock of Dress Goods, Lawns, fnmbrlcs nt Cost Price.
All these Goods must bo sold to make room for new importation?.
You'll Never Get a Better Chance
to Buy Ladies', Misses', Children's and Infants' Uuderwenr.
Ribbons, Ribbons, lllbbons, at ueuuecu rrices (j
Just received, a large lino of Ladies', GentB', MiBses' and
Jg$ Wo arc now ready to receive, pleaso and sntUfy critical nnd close buyers,
who know a good thing when they sec It.
S. COHN & CO.,
402 G3 and G5 Fort Street.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE
HATS, CAPS, ETC, ETC.
Latest Styles and Jfovelties in N"cclrware.
by repeated nnd special request," a small imoicc of tho finest hand-made,
Obtainable in the
A Large and Elegant Stock of Jlisscs and Children's Spring Heel Shoes of all
sizes. Also, a Splendid Mock of
Cents' and Boys'
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS Itf
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STRUETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from Iho Eastern Slates nnd. Europo
Fresh California Tioduceby every Steamer. All orders faithlully intended 10.
and Goods delivered to any part ot the city free of charge. Inland oiders roll,
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Ollicc 15ox 145. Telephone No. 0i. 1C8 ly
P. O. Box 207.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
1X1 ITorfc Htreet,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now Goods continually on tho way. Just received Kee 8 Sane.- Kraut; kegs Hol
land Herrings, kegs Tiipc, kegs Gerninn Pickles, kegs jMIv.ed l'lr.klcd, kits
Snlnion Bellies, kits Mackerel, kegs Fnuillv Fork, kegs Co'nnd Beef. For
Bieaklnst- Wliilo Oals, Germen; Brenkliibl Gi m and Slin ded M-izc. Also, a
lino lot of New Zealand nnd Portland Penchblow Patulous ulwuys on hand.
Tho very best of ISLAND BUTTER, plenty lor cveiybody.
1'i'ittcH 1cm' niitl SntiHf action Cuurniitcctl.
(Formeily with Samuel Nott).
Impoi-ioi nnd JDealei- in
STOVES, CHANDEUERS, AMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
tT Store formerly occupied by S, NGTT1, opposite Sprcckels S. Co.'s Bank, -t
FINEST LIKES OF
Boots and Shoes.