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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchango on the
Banlc oi Calil'ornln, S. IT.
And Uiclr njionts In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mcsrs. N. M. Ilollischllrt & Hon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Coromoicial Bank Co., or Sydney,
Tho Bonk of Now Zealand : Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, nnd Wellington,
The Bank of British Colunihln, Vic
torla, B, C, nnd Portlnnd, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
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Fledged to neither Rot nor Potty .
Bat established for the benefit of Alt.
TUESDAY. AUGUST 21, 1880.
The opium traffic is pretty gener
ally considered to lie one of the most
infamous in the commercial v oriel.
No doubt many who arc engaged in
it would concede this much, but tho
greed of gain is a fatal bar to their
acting up to their convictions. The
opium license bill before the Legis
lative Assembly contemplates one
of three object", (1) to stimu
late the consumption of the drug,
(2) to prevent it, or (tl) to realize
revenue from it. If the Ilrt, the
bill is like the trallic, infamous; if
the second, it is idiotic, and if tho
third, it is both.
A legislature is supposed to have
some regard for the welfnic of the
people. And when a member of
that body seriously pioposes to
tnrow down one or uio Dai tiers erec
ted by honorable men in the
past between the people and ruin,
he betraj-s the trust of his constitu
ents. "Self-preservation is the first
law of nature," and it was in recog
nition of this maxim that the prohi
bition of opium became a law
of this Kingdom. Mr. Katinamano
now comes forward as the leader of
a crusade against prohibition which
has proven to be a very salutary
incisure. Persons who have re
Bided in the country for many years,
and who have observed the respec
tive effects of license and prohibi
tion, are unanimous in the opinion
that a return to the license system
will be an unmixed national
The main argument on vt liich the
supporters of license rely is the pro
fit license would turn in to the Gov
ernment. Tltcc people destroy
their argument by proving too much.
They are prepared to adopt this
Bcaudalous measure which will rob
thousands of the people of their
strength, their brains and their
money, in consideration of the Gov
ernment securing a share of the
"swag" in advance. If they had
exercised the same shrewdness, a
few years earlier, they might lra.e
provided in a similar manner for the
deficits in the water wotks depart
ment and the robbery of the Post
Office. Licenses to steal from both
those ofllces might have been granted
for a consideration. All that the
Government had to do to save itself
in both cases, v.as to put the licenses
high enough. This is precisely the
theory on which opium for revenue
purposes is attempted to be sus
tained. Not only is it proposed to license
the trafllc, but the licenses are to be
granted in such a way as to ensure
the worht possible reaiilts from the
repeal of the prohibitory statute. It
is intended to give two licenses.
This will provide for competition in
the business, and doubtless have the
effect of bringing the price of the
drug within the reach of persons
who at present cannot afford to in
dulge. The debauchery of tho
' population will thus be made universal.
NOTES AND QUERIES.
A contemporary intimates that
the trip round this island is becom
ing popular. If tho roads wero put
in tho state that they might be by
tho oxpondituro of some of tho
monoy now wasted iu fuss, feathers,
and fctichibiu the tour of Onhu
would become a joy to our own
peoplo and tho delight of strangers
within tho cornl gates
An exchange says: "Swearing
is wholly unknown in Japan. The
worst woid n Japanese ever applies
to a man whom he dislikes is
'beast.' " This is not likely to bo
true very long after foiiio of tho
Japanese laborcts in Hawaii lcttun
home. Tho Japanese nie swift
learners and ns susceptible, thoie
foto, to vulgar and vicious inlluences
as any tace cqunlli smart. There
is probably as much coarse swearing
to the square inch in Honolulu n
anvwheie in the wot Id.
The house did waste a day yester
day. This prodigality of time was.
however, due to the Government at
tempting to force an act ot self
stultification upon the Legislature.
Even admitting that the Lanai com
plaint was not a matter within the
province of the Legislnthe Assem
bly, yet once that body resolved
upon investigation by a committee,
it is an indignity to the honorable
members who obeyed the order of
the house, by bunging in evidence
and their finding thereupon, to at
tempt to throw all their wotk over
born d without examination.
Steamship Company, pioposcd that
the subsidy be fixed at ono thou
sand dollars for a round trip In
stead of fifteen hundred, ns tho bill
provides, which sum of ono thou
sand dollars for each round trip, wo
consider to be fully as largo as this
country is justified in giving for a
bi-monthly service, and to be n
sulllcicnt amount in the way of as
sistance, from the standpoint of tho
said companv judcinu from tho
above proposition of Mr. Spteckcls.
The minoiity of the committee
therefore recommend that the said
bill be so amended ns to subsidize a
service between Honolulu and San
Francisco once every four weeks
with the sailing days fixed half-way
between the sailing days of the
through line: or else that the sub
sidy be fixed at one thousand dol
lars a round ttip for a bi-monthly
line. S. 1$. D01.1:.
Legislative Assembly, August 21,
Hep. Iveau moved the report be
laid on the table, with that of the
majority and the bill. Cairied.
Rep." leielrnrelson, from the Kn
giowng Committee, returned two
bills engrossed which were set for
third reading to-day.
Continued from puge 4.
Tlt.sday, Aug. 24th.
The Assembly was opened with
prayer by Kev. J. YVaiamau, a
quorum being pres'ent, as follows,
at 10:lo: Ministers Gibson, Creigh
ton and Date; Nobles Walker (Pre
sident), Kuihelani and Kaae; Heps.
Kcau, Baker, Kauhi, Aniara, Brown,
Ivaulia, Pallia, Kaunauiano, AVight,
Nnhalc, Kauhane, Kalua, Aholo,
Kauk.iu, Kichatdson, Castle, Dic
key, Kaai, Thurston, Pachaolc,
Kauai and Palohau. Minutes of
3,estet day's session were read and
Hep. Liliknlaui presented a leport
from the Committee on Comnietce
(which lie said was one of the haid
est woiked committees in the house),
on a petition from South Kona,
praying for encouragement to the
manufacture of taro Hour. They
recommend that it be laid on the
tabic or consideration with a bill
introduced bj lie). Kaulukou. Laid
on the tattle.
Hep. Kaunamano presented a re
port of the Sanitary Committee, on
a petition ftom Makawao, praying
for a law authoi izmg lepers to be
taken care of at their Ironies. They
arc of opinion that to grant the
prayer of the petition would be an
exti finely unwise course, tlrat would
be liable to occasion a spread of the
disease, and they therefore recom
mend that the further consideration
of the petition be indefinitely post
Hep. Dole presented a minority
report of the Committee of Com
merce on the bill to promote steam
communication between the Ha
waiian Islands and the United States
of America, as follows:
R. S. SMITH'S PAPER.
AVo have received fiom Mr. Ralph
Sidney Smith, formerly editor of the
Honolulu Saturday J'rcss a copy of
the San Mateo County Times and
Oazctte, of which ho is editor. The
paper is printed in Redwood city,
and is a well got up sheet. The
number before us Is that of August
7th, and contains an elaborate and
able write-up of the ret-ouices and
institutions of the county. It is a
special issue intended to present tire
attractions of San Mateo county be
fore the visitors fiom all parts of tho
States to tho G. A. It. encampment
in San Francisco. Mr, Editor Smith
has certainly succeeded In booming
his county iu excellent style.
Emperor Francis Joseph warmly
welcomed Emperor AVilliam on his
arrival nt Gaatcin, twice embracing
the German Emperor. Theinonarchs
pre to have a conference.
To Tin: Hon. John S. AVauu:u.
President of the Legislative Assem
bly. Sin : The Committee on Com
merce, Agriculture and Manufac
tures, offer the following minority
report upon the bill introduced by
the lion. Noble J. M. Kapena, for
granting a subsidy to the Oceanic
The bill calls for a bi-monthly
seivice between Honolulu and San
Francisco and provides n subsidy of
one thousand five hundred dollars
for each round trip. If tire service
is performed as contemplated the
charge on the treasury will amount
to S7i,000 for the
Tire minority of your committee
have not been able to recommend
this expenditure for tho following
First. Tho present financial sta
tus of the Government docs not jus
tify the nppiopriation.
Second Because with tho arrival
from and depaiture for San Fran
cisco, of tho through steamers once
iu each four weeks, there is no ne
cessity for a bi-monthly lino in addi
tion thereto. A steamer making a
i omul trip every four weeks between
Honolulu and San Francisco with
its sailing days fixed half-way be
tween tlio sailing days of the
through lino, would give us afoit
nightly service ncaily as advan
tageous as that of the proposed ser
vice and which would satisfacto
rily supply tho demands of our
Thud. Because, even if we de
sire tho bi-monthly line between
Honolulu and San Francisco, tho
proposed amount of subsidy is un
necessarily large, for as we are in
formed Mr. Spreckels a few weeks
ago, representing the Oceanic
Rep. Dole read a first time an act
to amend sec. 4, chap. 4o, laws of
1S8I, to facilitate the acquiring and
settlement of homesteads.
Rep. Kaulukou presented a reso
lution for an appropriation of
SI 2.'f8.G9, for the payment of certain
bills rendered by 11. 11. Maey for
work done on bridsies, etc.
Rep. Brown moved the resolution
be referred to the Committee on
Public Lands and Internal Improve
ments, for examination of the bills
Rep. Thurston moved that it be
refencd to tire Minister of the In
terior, as' were certain other road
and luidge claims.
Rep. Kaulukou said those cases
wcie not similar, as in this case the
claimant was in town pressing his
Minister Gibou read a letter from
Mr. Macy, stating the position of
the claim. He assured the house
that he had not neglected the ac
count, although it was a long-standing
one, and seconded the amend
ment, promising the intioduccr of
the resolution every information in
Rep. Kaunamano was in favor of
referring the matter to committee
and not to the Minister, because
there was a dispute between the
claimant and the Department.
Rep. Castle thought the proper
course was to refei the resoltttion to
committee. They were getting into
a loose way of doing business, re
feriing matters in dispute to Minis
ters probably because the latter
had seats in tho house. The com
mittee could investigate tire matter
thoroughly, and if the claim was
found iust a special appropriation
should be made.
Referred to committee.
Rep. Kaunamano moved that all
other petitioirs or resolutions, respec
ting load and bridge claims, be
taken from the table and referred
to the same committee. Carried.
Rep. Dickey moved a suspension
of the i tiles, to take from the table,
lead a second time by title, and
refer to a committee, tire bill chang
ing the place of holding court in
Makawao District. The motion car
ried and the bill was referred to the
Rep. Kalua moved a suspension
of the rules, to permit the Public
Lands Committee to report on a bill
i elating to sti ect railways. Carried.
The report recommends the passage
of the bill with amendment of one
Minister Date moved to lay the
report on the table for consideration
with the bill.
Rep. Kaulukou said the bill had
stood a long time, arrd' moved the
report be adopted.
Reps. Castle and Thurston favored
laying on the table, which on being
put was carried.
Rep. Aholo moved to take the bill
amending sees. 58 nnd 59, chap. 13,
laws of 1882, relating to the collec
tion of taxes, introduced by Rep.
Dole, and make it tire special order
of the day for Thursday next.
cacy of the election of n party can
didate, if conducted within the law,
is not n. crime.
Fourth. If the lnw has boon vio
lated the statutes provide tho pen
alty, and it is the province of the
courts nnd not the Legislature, to
administer the laws.
Now, thercfoic, believing that
the Legislature has no jurisdiction
in the premise, we recommend that
the further consideration of the sub
ject mutter embraced in the resolu
tion, of the Hon. L. A. Thurston be
indefinitely postponed, and the com
1'itKD. II. llAYsr.utr.x.
Rep. Castle moved that the re
ports be made the special order of
the day for Saturday. Lost.
Rep. Kaulukou moved that the
minority report be adopted.
Rep." Dickey believed in giving
even nnd enemy justice. He did
not think that 'the evidence upon
which tho committee based their 10
port fully bore them out in their de
cision that the charges were proven
against Mr. Gibson. Tire evidence
showed without doubt that Mr.
Gibson's agents on Lanai weie
guilty of bribery arrd intimidation,
but it failed to show that Mr. Gib
son was personally cognizant of it.
He (Mr. G.) might be greatly at
fault in selecting such asrents, and
if he retained them in olllco alter
their acts had been proven, he might
render himself liable for any future
similar acts of theirs, lie could not
help believing tlrat when the resolu
tion was introduced, His Excellency
was entirely ignorant of the acts
charged, and while the speaker
could see plainly that his agents had
made themselves liable to a crimi
nal prosecution, he did not see how
their act being cii'iunal could im
plicate the Minister.
Rep. Kaulukou admired the lion,
member for Molokai for having kept
his word with his constituent on
Lanai. in pressing this ru-c; and
also admired the lion, member for
Lahaina for his industry iir the com
mittee. The leport of the majoiity
showed a desire at the outset to in
jure the Minister. Tire words, "and
unlit the said Minister to hold his
high olllco," proved the animus. He
contended that the lion, member for
Molokai had gone the wrong way to
effect his object. If the Minister
was guilty of great wrong-doing,
article 59 of the Constitution pro
vided the remedy. Impeachment
would have been the proper course,
but the lion, member knew that the
Legislature would not hear of 'im
peachment in this case. He went
on at length to recount cases of un
due influence on tire pait of the Op
position. Rep. Paehaole laised a point of
order. The campaign history of the
lion, member for Ililo might be very
interesting, but it had no connection
with the matter before the house.
Rep. Kaulukou said he had
noticed all through the session tlrat,
whenever the lion. Noble Bishop
was mentioned, the lion, member for
Molokai (Paehaole) got out his um
brella to shelter him. At tire con
clusion of his remaiks he moved for
a recess till 1 :!10, which carried,
the hour of noon having arrived.
Fall Term Opens Soptcmbor 13, 1886.
The Faculty of the pnM yeir will he
lncrcised by the ndtlitlou of Mr. C. AV.
Sovcicnuc, A. B., who come to us fiom
the Manchester Si html, Miinclics-ter, Vt.
Mr ScV'-rcnee hns made a neclul study
of the Vrcneh l.nnenniio in Kinope. nnd
will t'ike tint brunch In the College
work toccihcr with Monition nnd kind,
red subjects The lltmtdliii Department
will lie under th nunc mniinucmrni ns
Innjrai, and oilers a pleasant school
home to nil who may iloho to live at
Those planning to join tho Milinol for
the coining ye.irnie requested to com
miuiiciitu at nn enlvdnte wllh the Pies
dent, 1H!V."V. C. MKU1UTT.
Must be So
Within the Next 30
Ladies Bazar, 88 Fort Street
Having determined to give up nnMnrs, I havo concluded to sell off niv
STOCK OF GOODS ntj.i GHErtT SAOIUITUE. Kow Is your olii
IU bULIIIU .DIUgUlU
Punahou Preparatory School,
7J Heictaniii Mreel, Honolulu, II. I.,
MISS E. V. HALL, Principal.
The TnitPi" h uu ndtle.il a e.ir to the
fninier eoni-e, imiKlii il In enncpond
with the best (huuinmr t-olieol cour o
of Hie i ilies In thu Unif-d Si.ilc They
nro happy to announce llmt they linv
seemed a" corps l cNpeiienced Instnic.
tii to assist the I'lincli al,i nnsUtlug of
the follow in-; l.idiea:
Miss Aunee Moo.u of Oakhind, C.ll.,
tnke the I'lfth and Sixth (.ridca
Miss K l.i 11. Snow nf Ware, Mass.,
takes the Tlilnl nnil Kouiili Giniles.
M1f8 .Mary Stunrt of Onkhuid, Crl ,
tnKes the I'linmiy Grade.
Toe i-elmol opens nt II o clock MON
DAY, September PI, If-SO.
IS" Fur nildilini nl iiifortnnlion nth
elrus(l3U)ltEV W. O MKltlUTT.
Election ol Officers.
,l T the uiiiiu.il mi-ciiiii of the Ualnwn
irV. sugar CVmp-inv, held August SH,
lS-Ml, the fidlnubiu ollleei.s weie'eketcd
tin thu enuing jeu :
John tl. Puiy President
I'etcr Junes Treasurer
.loi'ph O. C.iilei Stcieinry
Gumui-.!. Itn Auditor
1)1 i pints Thos. It. Fo-te'i nnd .las A
Hopper. J. O. CAK'IEK,
S-cie'niy II ilnw.i S'ler.ir Co.
Honolulu, Ami. 2-1, It-S.i. 12 lin
Trimmed and TJntrimmed Hats and BonnoLo, Feathers,
Plumes, Flowors, Velvets, Ilibbons, Plush, Ornaments
and other Millinery Goods,
Also, choice selection of Corsets, Lndics', Misses' nnd Children' Hosiery, Under,
wear of all kinds, anil many other goods too inuneious to nnine."
I un what I say, come and See fir Yoralre !
ICST Mild. B. T. SK1DMOHE, Mnnngcr of the Mllllncre Department, v ill ho
leaving for Sim Frnnchco in a short lime, therefore ladies wishing her to do any
millinery work, would do well to cnll early.
adlUnt Uj&lBrb I
Ex Australia, at
Nollc's Ifeaver Saloon.
rpiin: Co i,iitiieishio liiihc-ito cxislini:
I huween J...I Avl'ttnnd Ch irle
Molteno in the KAPloLAXI HATH
IIOU-i; is this ,i,y ,lUsnle'il liy thu re
liremcnt oi L .1 Alclt
OH VKIES MOLTENO.
Honolulu, At g'isi i!), lSjii.
TtVleirinir to tl.e ubnve, the nndci
-Igmtl will piy I ills due h the Kn 'io
In ui liitli Hoir-e1, nnd necuiints due the
Ilmi-e aiu pnvil li' lo him
II 11 CHAJtLE-s MOLTENO.
I)Y ii young mini, a sin ntion in a pri
J vale family its Co icltmnn nnd aid
Mini. For infoiimilion, ni,ilv to
110 tw Cm. Fori nnd King Stie-ets.
Hep. Castle moved that the further
consideration of thcLanai investi
gation committee's majority report
lie deferred till the nrinoiily report
is presented, and that tho minority
be requested to report by Saturday
Hep. Aholo moved a suspension
of the rules, which carried, to allow
him to read the report of the mino
iity, as follows:
Honolulu, Aug. 23, 188C.
Hon. J. S. Walki:k, President
Legislative Assembly. Mn. Piji.si
iikst :--Vo the undersigned members
of your select committee on Lanai
election, having had the subject
matter referred to said committee
under consideration, beg leave to
submit tho lollowing conclusions
First. That there is no evidence
whatever t support tho charge that
the lion. Walter M. Gibson, iu any
maimer interfered with tho right of
1 franchise of any of the electors on
the Island of Lniini.
Second. Thnt tho disngi cements
arising between landloid and tenant
on the Island of Lanai cannot be
adjudicated by uny action of a Leg
islative committee. '
Third. That the zealous advo-
Uy order of Me.-srs. Wing Wo Chan &
Co., we will sell nt Public
Wetailay, Aopst 25ti,
At 111 o'clock a.m., nt our Snlcsioom,
Queen street, n Inrgu m-Hiitmini of
(iooils just received ex lain nirivnls
from China, consisting of
Cusch Nut Oil,
China ami Japan Tenw,
llolls White and Colored
CaseH of Fresh Manila
A large and varied n-sorlmcnt of
Chinese Provisions & Liquors,
Ac. Ternn nt Snle.
3Jiss Berry's School
WILL reopen on MONDAY, Sep
tum be i nth. -,09 2w
ADAMS & Co.
rpo prevent 1 ui thet eiioncoiis H"orts
JL I hog to filatn I am in no way con.
Macfarlane & Go.
of litis City, or nny of the
W. S. LUCE,
Winn nnd Sibil Merclunil, Honolulu,
Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Bos
Line oi' Packets.
Shippers will plen-e tnko no
ticu llmt a llrl.clnss ves.el
will liu In thu lierlli loading
for this pott in Noveniher, to
xni) December Int. Oldens should lcino
here by steamer of October 1-t to hno
Another III st-cluBH vessel will (.nil for
this port on or ahont thu Itt day of
March. 1887, of which fuitlur milieu
will bo given.
For particulars, apply to
0. MtEWEK & CO., Agents.
Honolulu, Aug. 21, 1880. 13
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
Pacific Hardware Co., I'd,
Novel tiers in. Lamp Ooocis,
A new Invoice of Litntert s. Keioscne ( il of rhe very
Uest Qutilitv, Stoves, Rnru" nnd Tinwniu.
FIRE-PROOF SUING L.I3 PAI1SX,
Recommended by Fnc Uiubrwilieis of Snn Prnncitco,
etc, elc. An nclii.il Protection ncninst tire.
Harden Hand Grenades,
A Smnll Lot, to Close Consignment
Full lines of Hniilwitre, Agricultural Implements, etc.
GoodH toy Every Sienmei. 07
Jost received, ex Lapwing, a largo consignment of
Prcpnred by Johann Maria Farina,
ilepiiiir ilem Jullclis-Platz Golope
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
P.O. BOX 315.
General Business Agent.
Honolulu, II. I.
Rcnl Estate Aacut, CuMom Uoue Binkcr,
Employment Agent, Money Brnkei,
Wildei's Slenniship Agent, Manager Hawaiian Opein House,
Oieat Burlington Itailrond Agent Kire and Life Insurant e Agent,
in Amerien. (1t? Ivl
79 & 81 Kii Street
Old lose Premises.
Entrances lvom Kiiif- nnd jVIci-clisuit Sn.
Every dcsctlption of work in the nhoe lines pcrfoimed in a flrM.r-hiFS manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
jgf- Bell Telephone, 1C7. -Sb (3i7 ly) gtr Poll Telephone, 1G7 -
JOSH ITT, 1. 8 KaaliiMii Street.
Ka nl!i! ifHl
Granite, lion and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON Na OKK.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
AI'OHTUaUlE MAIlllIKO MAN,
withes a t-itnalion ns Uardcner, nr
will do any kind of work. Wife will
wash, iron and mw, nnd diii!ght?r of H
will nsslbt, or mind children. Apply
this onicc. 408 Iw
Will ho open every after notni and even,
inej as follows:
Slonetny, TucHtlnj', lVe'iliH-Helny and
To Iho pnhllo in general.
For Indies nnd gentlemen.
For lndiep, gentlemen nnd children.
Lvbsoiib in Fancy Skating.
Friday und Biitnrday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
Stock of Goods
ltccciwd ex Zenhindin,
70J Quern & F"rl Street Blorcs. tf
WILDEK'S H. H. CO.,
IeaveH Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching nt Lahaina, Mbiu
laea Bay, Mnkenii, Mahuknna, Kit
wnlliao, Iiturpalrouhoe and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all th
atove portB, arriving at Houolulu
each BaturUav uftcrnoon,
& . "in&kj &. - -r - ....'I'm c4t ,&&iL liad. -'i' iMidtli 5ji