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SATURDAY. AUGUST 21, 18S(i.
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The Advertiser editorial comments
on the debate of yesterday forenoon,
misrepresent the expression of Jlr.
Dole on the appropriation for the
military. The honorable member
did not say that the men being off
duly occasionally and some of them
falling into the hands of the police
was an evidence of loose discipline
or lack of courage. What Mr. Dole
did say was that there was a lack of
organization in the inilitaiy depart
ment. This by no means charges
the men with co'vaidioe, but it sug
gests that there is room for improve
ment in the management.
lit cry possible effort was made by
the Government and its servants in
the house to fasten the stigma of
disloyalty upon those members who
took a common sense view of the
military faices of the countiy. No
one of the honorable members op
posed to the enormous appropriations
for war-paint and feathers objected
to a reasonable expendituie of
money for the suppoit of such
armed foiccs as might be necessary
to maintain the King's dignity and
to support the Government in en
forcing tho laws, in cases of emer
gency. It was held by all the repre
sentatives who could affoid to take
an independent view of the situation
that the purposes of military organ
ization such as the Kingdom requiies
or is ever likely to requiic, could be
met by an expendituie of half the
amount asked for. And the intelli
gent taxpayers of the Kingdom are
a unit in suppott of the opinions ex
pressed by the members referred to.
As to the hired scivants of Ihe Gov
ernment, posing as i epvesentatives
of the people, their opinions aie of
little weight, as no one knows
whether these opinions aie their own
or those of their masters.
' THE BAHAMA BUSINESS.
The Advertiser has apparently
misunderstood our article referring
to the banana trade. We have not
argued " that because rapid trans
portation by steamship has stimu
lated production to an undue extent,
therefore steamer freights should be
reduced to ensure a pinlit to the
shipper." Wo admit that this line
of argument is absuid, but deny
that we have committed the absur
dity. The object of our ai licit was
to show that the banana business is
not entirely dependent on steam
communication with the Coast
that, as a matter of fact, a profit
able trade in that commodity had
been carried on with San Francisco
through sailing vessels, and that
sailing vessels would do the work
again if the steamers ceased run
ning. Our co'ntempoiary had asked
what would become of the banana
business if the steamers were w ith
drawn, and wo replied that it would
be maintained by sailing vessels.
Our leference to present rates of
freight and pi ices of fruit was
merely incidental. The conclusion
that without an ineieusc of prices or
a diminution of freights planters
would cease to produce, atfoids no
just ground for the inference that
we held ' freights should be re
duced to ensure a pi oil t to the
shipper." Seventy-live cents does
seem a high liguie for transput ling
n bunch of bananas, which can bo
purchased here for twenty-five cents,
from Honolulu to San I'lancisco;
but whether it is higher than allows
a reasonable compensation to the
carrier wo are unable to say. Of
course, the steamers cannot bo ex
pected to carry onigo at a loss, nor
at a rate that merely ensiucs against
loss. They are entitled lo n reason
able piofit, and no icasonable man
expects them to do business on any
other terms. Nor can it be ex
pected that banana growers should
continue to raise bananas at a loss,
which they havo been doing for
borne time past, with tho hopo of
better times coming. JIopo having
boon deferred lina grown sick, and
cultivators nro not only now ceasing
to plant, but in many instances are
destroying their bnnana Holds to try
something else. Wiihin one year
tho yield has reduced about one
third and as long as cultivation
continues unprofitable the yield will
keep on 1 educing.
Continual from paie I.
The item of -$180,000, interest on
national debt, passed.
Rep. Thurston moved to insert an
item of 8175,000, for payment of
debt due to Mr. Sprockets, and
lotcrittoa committee to ascertain
the exact amount.
Minister Gibson referred the lion,
member to tho Interior report for
the exact amount.
Rep. Thurston amended hi- mo
tion to Sl.'13,000. to be refened to
committee. He wanted the debt to
be paid ptoperty, and not out of
appropriations for oilier objects.
Noble Cleghorn was in favor of
referring the item to a committee.
The house had made a mistake in
asking for tho Government''! indebt
edness till June :50th. when it
should only have been till the .list
of Mai eh." The whole thing was in
a muddle. For debts incurred
since March Illst the house had
been making appropriation.
Rep. Thurston could notsoo thatthe
house had done wiong in asking for
the indebteness till the latest possi
Rep. Castle consideied that where
no specific appiopiiutioiis were
asked for past indebtedness, the
moncv could not be vo.ed in this
Noble Cleghorn moved the item
be deferred till next Monday, and
the Minister of Finance then icpoit
upon the item.
Rep. Dickey moved to iiiseit
S28,0!2 for the Japanese fund.
Minister Gibson icferred the lion.
member to the Postal avings Bank
Act, which gave authority for the
custody of this and other deposits.
This had been transferred from the
private savings bank to the Postal
Rep. Dickey asked how they
could transfer the money from the
Finance Department without author
ity of law .
Minister Gibson said theio was an
understanding with the house on
the matter. - - '
Rep. Thurston said he could
answer the question of the bon.
member for Makawao. All the
Government had to do was to send
a eleik down to the bank and cany
the cash awn'.
Minister 'Creighton said tho
amount due on June liOth was $41.
415. The item was accordingly amend
ed and refened to tho same select
committee as tho previous one.
Rep. Biown moved the committee
Use, which carried, and the icpoit
of committee- was adopted by the
Rep. Hayselden, from the select
committee of one, repoitcd back tho
tax .bill as rcvied, and moved it
pass to engiossinent and be lead a
third time on Tuesday.
Rep. Aholo moved the report of
the committee be iceeived and laid
upon the table. Cairied.
Noble Macfarlane, from the Com
mittee on Commeiee, presented a
repot t on an act to provide for the
measurement of vessels upon registry
at the Custom House. The com
mittee, after careful consideration,
recommend its passage. The repoit
was signed by G. W. Macfarlane,
S. B. Dole, K. K. Lilikalani, J. T.
Baker, S. G. Wilder.
On motion of Minister Cieigbton,
the report of the committee was
adopted and the bill passed to en
grossment, and appointed to be read
a thud tune on ihursiury.
At 4:30 the house adjourned till
10 o'clock to-morrow.
SATIIItnAY, Aug. 21st.
Tho Assembly opened at 10 a. m.,
with prayer by Rev. J. Waiaman.
Present before reading of minutes:
Ministers Gibson, Cielghton and
Dare; Nobles Walker (Fiesidont),
Dowsett, Magfarlane, Kane, Kapena
and S. Parker; Reps. Hayselden,
Keau, Bnkcr, Kauhi, Amara, Brown,
Kaunamano, Nalmle, Aholo, Kau
kau, Richaidhon, Castle, Kaai,
Thurston, 'Paehaole, Kauai and Pa
lohau. "The minutes of yestei day's
sitting were read and conlhmed.
Noble Mncfarlnno piesented the
following icport from the Commit
tee on Commeiee:
Hon. J. S, Waj.kkh, Piesident
Legislative Assembly. Silt : Your
committee on commeiee and agricul
ture, to whom was refened a. iinti.
lion from certain persons engaged
respectively n the growing and ship-
mem; ,oi utmujias, praying Hint a
raie oi ireimit lor tueir
commodity, at fifty cents per bunch,
Do miuio a condition for the grant
ing of a subsidy to tho Oceanic
(Steamship Company, respectfully
icpoit that t J j 03' have had said peti
tion under consideration, and recom
mend that the same be indefinitely
postponed, for the reason, that your
committee does not deem it the
province of tho Legislature to com
pel said steamship company, in their
freight rates, to discriminate in
favor of any individual shippers of
merchandise, or the collective ship
ping of any single commodity.
That the subsidy bill so called
has altcady provided that tho rates
exoctod by the Oceanic Steamship
Company, for fares and freights,
shall not be levied over the amount
hitherto chaiged, and that the ques
tion Involved in said petition should
be left to the amicable settlement of
the pailles inteiesled.
Geo. W. Maokaulanu,
li. K. Lll.lKAI.AXI,
.1. T. Bakuu,
S. G. AVn.nr.ii.
Rep. Brown moved that the re
poit be laid on the table, to bo con
sidered with the bill for granting of
a subsidy to the Oceanic Steamship
Company and the lepott thereon by
the same committee. Carried.
Minister Gibson presented the
house with the icport of tho Bureau
of Immigration, prepared by his
piedeeessor, Mr. Guliek, a very
valuable and caicfully prepared re
port. It contained a complete
history from the first shipment by
the "Thetis." .lanuaiy. 18.V2, to the
present time. The Government
would send many copies abroad to
its representatives in foreign coun
tries. This woik had been delayed,
paltry on account of the press of
work in tiie printing olllccs, and the
Hawaiian version being behindhand.
Kcp. Tliuiston moved the report
he accepted, and the Minister
thanked for submitting it before the
cloe of the session.
Minister Gibson observed that it
was hardly woith while to make ic
lleetions. A stated, the delay was
Rop. Kaulukou introduced an act
to encouiage the manufacture and
export of taro Hour. It piovides
for a subsidy of 820 a ton lo the
Alden Fruit and Taro Company, for
all the taro manufactured and e
poited. On suspension of the rules,
it was lead a second time by title
and icfeired to the Committee on
Connneice and Agiieultuie.
Rep. Brown piesentetl the follow
ing question : 1 hereby request that
His Excellency the Minister of the
Interior infonn this house, if the
Japanese occupying the store on
Fort street, opposite the ofliee of
AV. G. Iiwin (V. Co., have a license
for carrying on the business engaged
in. If so, in whose name : and also,
whether or not the goods in said
store have paid duties as prescribed
oitoim or T11K DAT.
Second reading of an act to pie
vent the wanton destruction of game.
Reported up fiom select committee
Minister Dare, on suspension of
the rules, piesented a petition in
favor of the bill, signed by about
Rep. Hayselden moved the amend
ments recommended by the com
mittee be adopted.
Rep. Thurston was in favor of
the bill, but feaied portions of it
conllieted with the celebrated "tur
key" law of last session, which
made wild turkeys private property
where found on pnvate estates.
Minister Gibson said thete was
one point that should be considered
in connection with this bill. There
should be some legislation for the
protection of the fish of the sea as
well as the fowls of the air. The
piescrvation of fish was made a mat
ter of much importance in other
countries, for one thing the size of
net meshes being regulated by law.
lie was aware that Chinese fisher
men here used nets with such close
meshes as to skim the wateis of
their smallest spawn. If it was not
feasible to have the preservation of
fish included in this bill, he should
feel it to be his duty to bring for
ward a separate measure with that
Rep. Dole believed that a law for
the protection of fish was desirable,
but doubted if there was time at
this session, without information he-
foie the house, lo perfect such a
measure. At any rate it should not
he mixed up with this bill. He did
not think the bill conflicted with the
law of 1884, which simply gave the
ownership of cei tain wild fowl to a
propei ty-owner while the game was
on his estate. He moved the adop
tion of the icpoit of the committee.
Minister Daie took the same view
of the i elation of the bill to tho ex
isting law. He referred to the game
laws of other countries to show the
necessity of thin bill passing, and
coincided with the opinion that, if
tho fisheries woie being depleted by
the use of nets of too fine a mesh, a
law to pi event that evil should be
The report was adopted and the
bill ordered to engiossinent, to bo
lead a thiid time on Tuesday next.
.Second reading ot an ' act to
amend sec. 1, laws of 1870, i elating
to the licensing of carrying fowling
pieces and other Ihcainis. Repoitcd
up from sumo select committee as
previous one, as a substitute to the
' Rep. Hayselden moved the
pott of committee he adopted.
.Minister Uie did not like to havo
a new bill, Mibstituted for the print
ed one in the IliiiiIh of members,
adopted without the house knowing
what was in it.
Hep. Thurston moved the bill be
lead by sections.
The motion to adopt was put and
Kcp. Aholo said that the motion
to adopt tho report having been nega
tived, the bill was thrown out.
The point having been sustained,
Rep. Brown moved a rcconsidcra
t'on of tho vote, which carried.
Rep, Hayselden renewed his
motion lo adopt tho report.
Rep. Thurston said that was a
queer situation, if they must either
swallow a bill whole without dis
cussion, or throw it out.
Rep. Castle (amid a somewhat
confused discussion of the situation)
informed the house that tho report,
of the committee was adopted at its
presentation in June. The lecords
bore out this point, and the bill was
then taken up section by section.
Willi a good deal of discussion of
the terminology of the Hawaiian
version, and the adoption of various
amendments, including the striking
out of "hard labor" from the pen
ality, the bill passed to engiossinent
and was ordered to be read a third
time on Tuesday.
Rep. Dole rose to a question of
privilege. He quoted a leference in
the Advertinvr to his speech on the
militaiy appiopriation, and denied
that he had attributed a lack of
courage to the Hawaiian soldiery, as
leprcsented in that paper's edi
torial, lie concluded with a tribute
to the valor of the ancient and
model n Hawaiian warrior.
At noon, on motion til' Rep. H:vy
Bcldcn, the house adjoin nod till 10
o'clock on Monday morning.
THE PAHAlA SCHOOL
Eduuk 1U'i.u:iin: In leply to
Mr. G. Glendon's letter in your
paper of the 11th inst., with legard
to the examination at the Paliala
English School, lreiterate all that is
said in my letter, published in the
Buixktin of July 80lh, and also
offer a few further lcmaiks.
The public examination was held
on tho 14th of July and Mr. G.
Kimokco attended to examine the
children at the request of the school
agent, Mr. O. V. C. Jones, ni the
same way that he attended at the
examinations of the other schools in
the district, and Mr. Glendon knows
perfectly well that he was there by
authority, having been -o informed
by the school agent. And as to hi-
capability of examining the elu't
dren, he is far more c.ip.ible of that
than Mr. G. is of to.iohiiii: them.
Mr. Kimokco was at the school for
about two hours, so that there could
not have been any but the prelimi
nary exercises accoiuing to Air.
Glendon's account, as the children
left immediately after Mr. Kimo
keo. I certainly have not visited the
school, but my personal observation
bears out the report made upon it
by the examining ofllcer. Mr. Glen
don ha9 had charge of the school
going on three years, yet there is
not a child that has attended there
(I am speaking of Portuguese and
natives, who form nearly the whole
school) who can speak English or who
has moie than the slightest under
standing of the simplest words, and
their knowledge of other subjects is
on apar with this.
It is possible there w as a private
and secret examination on July lfiih,
but if so no one but the principal was
aware of it until it appealed in your
paper and the Gazette. In the latter
paper he speaks of the room being
crowded with the parents of the
childien. 1 much doubt whether
there was even any children. There
certainly was not any parents. A
too vivid imagination dictated this,
at least it is charity to think so.
I shall not answer any fuither
letter on this subject, but in conclu
sion I would advise Mr. Glendon to
give up school teaching and go west,
1 mean go back to his trade. His
know ledge ot the classics is too pro
found to eer enable him to make a
successful teacher in a country
-eliool, and he is wasting his time in
T. O. AVills.
Rahala, Kau, Hawaii, Aug. 17,
A MEETING of the Meinbein.f the
SA "LOUs' HOME SOCIK'IY wi 1
beheld lor the tiansauioii of busine.s
of importance on WEDNESDAY next,
the Sftili inst., at flitfu a.m , at iln Home.
A full iittuciiaiit.u is uqutstMl. IVr
oidei, I A. SCIIAEKElt. Scc'y.
Hoii(ilulii,n.ugubt SI, lofcO. 11 iit
rpilK C'o.pariiierlii-i hiiherto fjclHlnj,'
1 J'tiwcen L. .1 AW tt ami Charity
.Moheiio in the K.vt'lOi.ANl HA'lll
UOUcE i this rjfiy iIUmiIvlU bvthcie.
lireintiii of J. .1. A leu
CI! VUI1 MOLTIV-O.
Honolulu, AllgllM 1U( iHio.
liuferriiig to the 11b e, the under.
bl'litll will paj lilIN duo b die Ku 10
lanl ISath Hoiit), unit in counts due the
11 ium' am piivablu lo him
II ill CHAHLEiMOLTENO.
uuB'Btiw&i: t'itmt'r of ti,,. u.
O v (limit IbIiiii . . ,1 l,i 1, u ie- of
lliu Jtiiukinpicy ol .1 U, CiASi Alt II
foro Mr. JiiMico I'reiion,
J. P. Oiihjinr, doing lumliiiit'i in 111b,
Island or Hawaii, hiving this di y
Ijeiu aiijiidleitfd haul.ript o, thu
petition of him u f, it is ordered
that iiH'jrtdiio'i- of Mini huiknipt coma
in mid ptoM their claims befmu me, at
my Climnbci, in Honolulu,
On Monday, August 30, 1886,
111 10 O'clock A 31,
It Is further ordered that, upon
bald day, thn creditors do ui oared to
hold the ELECTION of an ussigneo or
assignees of Bald bankrupt estate, and
that notice hcieof bo published in tbo
O Luso Jawaiiano twice, and in tho
Daily Bulletin twice, August 21 und
28, 1880, previous to said day.
Dated Honolulu, August 17, 18R0.
Associate Justice Supreme Court.
Attests J. II.IIkut,
2nd Deputy Clerk. 11 2t
EY a young man, n German, employ,
meat at any kind of work. Inquire
11 tit Siiloivs Homo
A SITUATION with 1 1 .iw.le family,
1 n m in who uinteiMiiiiilH care of
horses. A eiiteful diivei. Can milk
cows If leipiiiod Apph ai
410 Tills OFFICE.
Storo for limit, unci Fix
tures) Air Stilo.
rpilAT ikslnilt'f Ht-tc now occupied
JL by 'ho hADIEs- BAZAAR, Mi Fort
street, mid all tile !'Mu.ie, Olts" t'a-es,
iSo., lor mit. lur lurilier put Menhirs.
enquire oil the Picinb
BY n yiHtiij: mull, ii iilmiiloii in a pri
vate family us Ctsii'litniui ami A'ard
Man. For Intoiiimtli'tt, npnlv i
410 lw Cot. Foil and King Street.
Miss Iterr.v'f School
H.l. le.opeti on MONDAY, Sep
tembci litli. f 409 J!w
In confnrmllv with a resolut oa of
tun Sliatclu'lii r nt ihe Wnhneii Nilgai
Mill Company, ndnpttd nt a lin-eMue:
held on Augu'.i in, i&aU, uuihorlrhigthe
l'K'sidcni iV.d Sctie i of sattl C'oipo
tuion to dispose of its- propei ty, etc., tho
propel ty ot the mid ,
Waimca Slip Mill Co,
AT AVA1MEA, KAUAI,
will lo hi to Hie liiuhest hhliler, nt
Pu lil ie A I" ii at lliuraltHrooai t,r E.
P. Allans & IV on
Mondrty, 6tli day of Septem
ber, A.D. 188G,
at fie liour of 12 o't 'o i m., n wit- t e
Eat'rpbUGAll "AOUK-, known ii tin
Ereetcd on fee simple land nt AVaimca,
K'lu.ii, with all iti mucins and luacliin.
ery and modern iiiiplovcmeut0, manii.
f.u'liued In tbo Honolulu lion AVoiks
Company in 1Sc-i.
Leased of luads idjoinin;the mill site.
11 Mists, lur nun,, -ei, sujai 1 oih i, en
gineer anil lalionjisl
EhickMiiitli and earpentei shop.
220 working Oxen, morc'oi le.
SO ox cuts, yok"s and ill tins.
Hi nke, harnesses wjudmill, black,
smith and carpenter tools, including t
largp I'utnnui Lai he, complete nnd
Olliee ami household furniture.
U lihoid trick, etc'., ote.
1 u'rond.ij.i id Engine, lO-'-M, In order,
made by ihe Iknoiulu lion AS'orks
AKo, all co.il, lumber and sugar bags
wh never on hand on day of ale.
13?" For information as to teimsof
b'lle and oilier particulars as lo
Kxisstissf: IMimitjji"; ContrnctN,
Well boring 'nd nilur, minor contiacts
advantageous ilie Mill, persons desir.
ing to bf mi, pun a -ers may api ly to
I'H.OPKERi KuT, I3reid.iit
ED. UOJ'FSf'iiLAEOEK .V, Co., Ag'ts,
Ii. P.ADA 3S
407 td " '
A PORTUGUESE MARRIED MAN,
wishes a eituution as Gardener, or
will do any kind of work. AVlfo will
wash, iionand sow, ond daughter of U
will assist, or mind children. Apply
jf .r - - - - - f -.- .. t -W 1 -.JM
WnfcJC .A t,.,, a ., , ,.' r-W.,.,,, ,r'V ..., '.rfK;SJ.&.,t3,4i..a,,T&M'Js,r"JSB
03 & G5 Fort Street, opposite Sprcckels' littnlc.
SPECIAL NOTICE Our Ininicnoo Stork, jiiPt received by last steamer, Includes
all tbo latest styles and newest novcllhs in
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
Lndtcs', Misses' nnd Children's Underwear, whloh wo oiler lit the lowct prlcet.
Great Bargains In all kinds of KMBltOIDEHIlSS, the LugCst and best
selected Strck In that line.
WE CLAIM that woeimy the laige-t Stock In HTAl'bE 1 HY OOOl S, such ne
C.iliuo, Lawns, Bleached and Unbleached Cottons of ihe 1 ist HhiiuK Sheeting
hi all widths Table Linen. Nnpkini and mimy more inticlea too mnrieious to
mention. All tho above articles will be Fold at BEDROCK, and speeinl low
prices will be made on all Goods sold by the piece.
Mlf) Pieces of Mosquito Netting, bet quality, t a Kedured Price.
100 Pieces Vic orhi Lawn, a good quality, $1 fiO each piece.
GUEAT BAHGAIN3 A largo line of Lluen, Honeycomb and 'Pinkish Towels
will bo told very low.
Now Within Your Reach.
AVe me polling our entire Stock of Dress Goods, Lawns Cambrics nt Cost Price.
All these Goods must bo sold lo make loom for new Importation0.
to Bu Ladles', Misses', Children's and Infants' Underwear.
Riblions ltibbons, Ribbons, at Reduced Pi ices.
Just received, a largo line of Ladies', Gents', Misces' and
EST AVo are now- leady to receive, please and satisfy critical and close buyeis,
who know a good thing when they see it.
S. COHN & CO..
Corner of Fort &
JUST RECEIVED, THE
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in NeckTvare.
Also, by repeated and special request, a small invoice of the finest hand. made,
Obtainable in the
A Large and Elegant Stock of Misses and Children's Spiing Heel Shoes of all
sizes. Also, a Splendid Stock of
Gents' and Boys' Boots and Shoes.
7' jr-ajnb: G-jJErrz.
H. E. iVTclNTYRE
IMPORTERS AKD DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
'New Goods received by every Packet from tho Earitern States and Europe
fcicsli California Produce by e ery Steamer. All ordern faithfully atlended'to.
and Goods delivered to any pari of the city free of charge. Island oidoru soli
cited. Satisfaction EuarunUed. Tout Offlce Box 145. Toiophono No. Oi. 108 ly
LEWIS & CO.,
111 It'ort Hli-eel,
Importers & Dealers in Stapled Fanny CGGeries
Now- Goods continually on thu way. Just received KuyH Oiuier Kraut, kors Hol-
i, ,f! ' ,fe8 . ,J ,' Kegs "Minim I'lukles, J.egs M'.x-d J'iol-h;.., kit
jii Bell c&, kits Muckcrel, kegs Family Ptuk, Icuf-a Co i"( 'ieef. Eo
1.. ..,.r . ... .'. . ,. ' .:0
The very best of ISLAND BUTTER,
nio.iKiiisir.-vyjiiio uais, uermciii JSreakfusl Gem and Sim did MSij-o. Also, t
unit Wt r.F Vfln T..ilI,wl 1.. .1 Urt 1-...1 it i ii i . '.
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STOVES, CHhUDEUERS, UMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSAYAHE, HOUSE FURNISHING 11ARDAVARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINAVARE.
Agent HalPs Safe and Lock Company,
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
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03 and G5 Fort Street.
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