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IVcw fe:oie ! Wov Goods !
THE MECHANICS' BAZAAR,
Corner Fort and Merchant. Streets.
EOAN & CO. tnkc plc-tsuro in announcing thnt they havo opened the above Stoic.
anil would bo pleased to 1i ive you cnll mid examine tho tnot complclo lino of
New Gooila over opened in Honolulu, and nt notoniMiliiclv lownilcoto
suit tlio times, comprising acoinplolo.ficlcct nnd most fa4iionablollno or
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats &
Cnps, Boot nml Shoos, Trunks, Valines, etc., etc.
Boys' and Children's Clothing a Specialty.
B3T Through fnir nnd honest dealings wo bono to receive tiBhaioof public
patronage. GIVE US A CALL. 411 Jy
Wine and Spirit
Campbell Block, Merchant Street,
Keep? the finest
Best Brands of Ales, Wines, Spirits, sic,
in the City, and oilers tame for sale nt lowest figinc-
"Delmonico" Champagne, "Cochet Blanc" Champagne,
Veuve " Cliquot" do., " Ch. Farro" do., and other good brands,
" Century " Whiskey by the gallon or doen ,
Celery, Beef and linn; Pacific Cougicss Water; Napa Soda;
Apolliunris Wntcr; Clysmic; llelfast Ginger Ale; Cider;
Scotch, Irish and Kentucky Whiskies; Biaudlesof all grades;
Ales, Beers and Stout, assorted Brands,
CALIFORNIA WINES, 20 DIFFERENT KINDS.
B All goods delivered promptly to any patt of the City. Great care taken
in packing and shipping to other Islands.
Bell Telephone, -115;
Mutual Telephone, 418;
P. O. I3o, 870.
30 33.A.YS !
Ninth. Great Inventory Sale at the Leading Millinery
House of Chas. J. Fish el.
Items of special interest to Buyeis of Seasonable
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
Boots aiicl Slioew, IlnlH suiil Cops. cie.
We have just leccived CO days later than
contract cnlN for, a largo- invoice of
the very best make of Ladies' Fiench
Kid Shoes. My reason of ihcli Ifte
arrival we have notified the manufac
turer tliat c shall sell them on his
account at just ONE-HALF of the in
This Sale will continue until the entire
Stock has been disposed of.
Our .7 Slioew will be sold for only
Durintr. tlic next 30 days we will sell out
$7 50 Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jersey for .only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
50c. on the SI.
Our entire line of all wool Diess Gocds
in plaids, stripes the newest patterns
will be sold nt 50c on the $1.
A specinl fealuic in our Dh3 Goods
Department Ibis week will be the
40 Pieces of Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
(ormcr price, $1.
This is the greatest bargain presented
by us this season in coloicd J)re3s
r.0c on the $1.
Emlji-oitlei-ieH tiutl JLuock,
Over 200 new patterns have been add.
cd to our all-ready immense stock.
Pine Straws, Flowers,
AND A FULL I.IKE OF
TIUMMED AND UNTKIMMED
Our $8 Parasols for $4 Ifi.
Our 0 Parasols for tf i ill.
Our $5 Parafols for 2 83.
Our $a Parasols for $2.
We have a few Children's Parasols
Which we will oiler for CO cents each.
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early and Secure your JJargaJn.s.
The Leading Millinery
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
HAS RECEIVED, J'EH AUSTRALIA,
mon Bellies kegs Ui.ttcr, Cab, Cheese, kegs Pickles, kegs Pig Pork Table R
Bins igs, Almonds Walnuts Bpiccd Eeef, Boned Chicken, Lunch Tongues, Chin.
l.,Uer(' cfcsB'6,cj:f. Sardines, Kea Foam OjuoLcn, Flour, Bran, Wheat Oats,
White Castile Soap , Giannlmcd Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sucnr Germea
Brenkfnst Germ, Choice Teas, Ft each Pens, etc. Also) g ' utnncn'
"Good Night" and Palace Brands Kerosene Oil.
AH n Lowest aituket intc-s nnd Satisfaction Guanuitetd, tsr P. O, Box 872:
042J Telephone 110. '
30 JXA.YS !
CARTWRIGHT & WAREN'S
foi Ladies, Gents and Children at
50c on the .1.
Our 03c Bnllnigan Vest is extra good
No such opportunity to purchase thoe
wnild.ienowncd goods at half pticc
fan possibly occur again this tea on.
168 Beits' m Ms.
Coat, Vest and Pants for only $6 90.
The Greatest Bargain ever ofl'eicd in
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
FORMER PRICE, $7 CO.
These are nil tiinimed nicely and well
10 ynids of Choice Pi hits for $1.
10 yaids of U wide Cotton for $1,
14 j suds of Unbleached Cotton for 1,
Uii dn of Gents' fine Nccl;weui, nt oOc
118 doz of Gents' Suiunicr Undershirts
nt 5c eacli, worth COc.
Cent's White Shirts
Wo claim to have the laieest and
moit complete Stock in this eity, tbo
very best make and the ery lowest
Evciy Shirt wairantcd LINEN
BOSOM, LINEN CUFFS and GOOD
Our 2 CO Shirt wc will sell for SO
dnjB only nt $1 45 each, whenever
bought by single ono or 10 dozen at the
JiOOdbzof Mncklunw lints at DOc each,
Oui S2 f.0 Hats we will tell nt $1 05,
C37 Come and look at tiiccc Hats and
you cannot lcsisl from buying.
Our entire lino of Hosieiy will be told
nt COc on the $1.
Infants' Short Dresfc, Cnmbric-Nnn-
fook mlishly made and tiimmed
fiom COc u j).
The ladies will Appreciate the fol
Arasene, at !fic a do, former price, f!0c.
Chenille, at 25o a do, former price, COc.
OurSr, 81 and 3 Pompoms will be
sold during the next !i0 days forfll CO
pei dt en.
House, corner Fort nud Hotel strcces.
1 5i3i Urih,
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2d, 18SG.
1.101U U. H-TIIIItn DAY. CONTIKU.D.
IWouuy, Aug. 2.'iid.
AI i ..UKOO.i &..feS10N.
The liouso resumed at 1 :-if.
Tlic motion to suspend the ru1c,
for dispensing with the reading of
the Knglish version, can led.
IJop. Brown moved to lay the re
poit on the lablo, w'neli ernied.
JMinibtcr Date mocd that the
fiifllioi' lonsidcrntion of the lcpoit
be iiuli'iinliuly postponed.
Tup. Blown inibud the point of
otdor Hint the lopoit of the majority
could not be dealt with until the
minority repovl wi's iceeived.
jWinistcr Dsu'c Laid any paper be
foic this hoi"-e wns in the posses
sion of th's ltoi"-o, and could be
adopted, defened or indelmilcly
Kej). Tlnusiou was not smptised
at this 1'elion, nor would lie be -n r
piNed al any eetion on Ibis mntter
by tbo JMinisteiinl side of the houce.
The coinmilleu had gone liyhl to tlie
bottom of the c 'e, tal;itig"vilnesses
here rnd exeniining them exhaus
tively. ITow l wt'S proposed to
tlirow all Hie woik of the eonunittco
aside, a . i 1 1 1 o ti t, loolcing at tlie evi
dence they piocuii'd v. ilh so much
labor. It s simply another at
tempt to whitewash a Minister.
The l'icsidcnl licie ruled, at (be
rcrjuc-l of 1'ep. KauLikou, on the
point of older. The boi"-e having
refused to lay the lcpoit on the
lab'o, it wrs now bcfoic the house
for any action it might -ee lit.
Hep. Thurston pioceeded, .saying
this matter at Mr-1 took tlie Minister
by Mtrprie, and lie ji'tnped to his
feet and vehemently -econded the
motion for a select committee of in
vettigalion. A lew d.ys later the
Minister tried to erawlisli out of the
affair and oppoccd tlie propoeal to
send tlie committee to Lnnai. The
committee had been obstructed in
its work by licp. Ilayselden persis
tently absenting hinr-rlf from tlic
meetings. When lie did come that
member lefused to have anything to
do with the imesligaliou if he
(Thurston) was to bepiesent. At
length the committee li; d completed
its work in a thorough manner, and
now,' without a woid of explanation,
with not tlie slightest reason ad
duced, it was pioposcd that tlie
repoit be thrown out without look
ing at it. Was tltrt fair? Was it
decent? Some of them were elected
to aiippoit the Governme it. He was
elected to oppose it. But they were
never sent there to whitewash a
Minister. If they indefinitely post
poned this leport without discus
sion, tlicy wouid be branded, worse
thru they ever weic befoic, as the
slaves ol that man out tlieic (Gib
ton.),Thcy weie 'o regaided all
out the country now, and it had be
come their notoiioes icprorcli that
this was Gibson's Legislatme; tliat
nothing could be done here except
what he sanctioned; that the Ha
waiian members weie led about
with wires in their noses. Were the
nntive meinbeis to decide that
their countrymen who complained
of tlie oppression of a Minister were
to be spurned fiomthis Assembly
without an opportunity of being
hen til? The objection raked by the
Atlorney-General was woitliy of
that side of the house, lie had
asked what light Hie committee had
to have this icpoit printed. What
l 'ght, he asked in return, had the
Ministers for bunging in their re
poils in a piinled foun? What right
h-.tl the Minister of Finance to pre
sent his leport piintcd? Whit right
had the Ministry to have reports of
0() pages, which might have cov
eied all the ground in .j0 pages?
Tlieiewrs the report of the Board
of Immigration biought down on
Saturday, the Hawaiian version
alone costing 8 1,200. lie did not
know that it was any tu-e of his talk
ing. If the mcmbeis weie decided
to whitewash tlio Minister tlioy
would do so in spito of all the facts.
Everything charged ngtiinst the
Minister in the resolution was true.
Those people on Lanai had been
deprived of wood, water and llsh for
declining to vote for tlie Govern
ment candidate. They had been
piomisod a continuance of their
foimer privileges, in those respects,
t they voted for My. Gibson's can
didate. That was the most unblush
ing biibcry. It was proved that
actions wero eonuniUed by the Gov
ernment agents on Lanai, which
were punishable by imprisonment
under tlie laws. Tlio speaker briclly
i eviow'Gtl some of tlio evidenco, and
concluded by remarks on a question
of privilege. In the evidence of
one of tlio witnesses, a reference
was made to himself, as having
lived unlawfully with a woman in
Walliiku. He declared tlio state
ment to' bo false, and charged Mr.
Fred. II. Hayseldon, the member
for Honolulu, with having instigated
Minibtor Gibson asked tlio Presi
dent to call the spoakrr to order, for
unparliamentary conduct in naming
members. Tbo lion, member was
never referred to in that way by
speakers on the Government bldo.
Hep. Thurston said ho would give
them nil their titles. They wore
honorable ex oflicio if not any other
way. This slander on him showed
the depth of infamy to which the
Minister nnd his ngents had des
cended. Hep. IJiclnrdson thought the
piopcr courso was to lay this icport
on tlio Lble. It bad always been
the cub un to l..y repoits on the
table wbc.i on'y a port'on of u com- .
miltcc leported. Vi hen a majority
lejoilctl and an aticaipt was mad I
to iiu1crnilely postpone the report,
it looked PS if the, c was some tiulii !
in tlio oliaigco. He ns elected,
not to op 5oso tlta MinMcis, b t was
there to uo l's du y. It appeared
to him, fro.a the cffoits made to
indefinitely postpone this repoit,
that the majority m the liouso
wanted to shun the truth, nnd did
not want to face it. lie wanted to
satisfy himself if there was any
answer to thoc charges; if there
was any evideecc on the side of the
ncet'scd, he wanted to hear it. If
the horse inclelin'tely postponed
this repoit, he would have to make
up his mind on the matter before
him. As he said bcfoic, he was not
elected to oppose the Government,
but if tho Ministers insisted on post
poning UiN, they would compel
many meinbeis to vole against them.
Rep. Pnlohau was not in faor of
tUcicpoit of the committee. The
committee said tlic chaigcs against
tlic Minister were brought heme to
him. JS'ow, under what law weie
they to punish the Minister? If any
member of the Asscirbly was guilty
of disordeily conduct, they had a
l'ght to suspend him. Tlie Min
ister was here in Honolulu. Those
things weic dene r.way over on La
nai. How could it be "-aid that the
Minister was guilty? The Civil
Code piovided 1l?at those people he
allowed to get wood, water and fisii
off the land. If they had been de
prived of those privileges, the law
gave them a lenicdy.
Minister Drrc sr.id tlic member
for Molokai seemed to have his
branding- iron out to-day. Mature
Fiived the hou. member from the
necessity of being biandad. His
vindictiveness, bis nnnow-minded-ness,
and his vinegary visr.ge his
whole personal appeaiancc stamped
his character. It any reason were
lacking for I113 motion to indefinitely
postpone this report, they weie fur
nished in the vindictiveness, Hie
abusive language and the s-our
visage of the lion, member. He had
died upon the native membeis to
save themselves from slavery, and
then tried to euslave the members
himself. If they were to be slaves,
who sbop'd their mactci be? "Was it
tlie gray-haired paaiaich at the head
of this Government, oi Hie vindic
tive, Eot't'-visagecl member for Molo
kri? The speaker pioceeded, de
nouncing t'ie member foi Molokai
for having obaigod a member of the
house with perjery m order to gain
a poi.it against polilicr.l opponents.
His regret was that the laws pre
vented their kicking the committee
out of the house as well as their ic
pojl. Rep. Thurston Try it on as soon
as ou are ready.
Minister Dare I would not ask
any help when I was ready. Pro
ceeding be lefeired to the report as
the woik of the lion, member for
Molokri, winch Rep. Tlnustoii con
tradicted, and Rep. Hayseldon said
lie was informed by the Interpieter
that the repoit was in Rep. Tl tins
ton's haiidwiiling. Tlie Interpreter,
appealed to, said a poition t.f the
last sheet was in the lion, member's
handwriting. Tlic speaker asked if,
as tlie lion, member spiel, the Minis
ter's agents on Lanai hacl committed
acts Hint made them liable to the
penitentiary, why did not the lion,
member put them there, instead of
coming down here and trj'ing to
damn an ii responsible man? If
there were abuses against the privi
leges of electors on Lanai; if a Ha
waiian citteen lost a single right ; let
the member for Molokai bring tlio
matter into court. Concluding, lie
appealed to the Hawaiian members
not to make themselves slaves at the
bidding of a vindictive pailisan.
Rep. Haynelden reletting to tlie
charge of obstruction of the commit
tee, said Rep. Thurston himself
asked for postponement at different
times to allow him to attend Sr
prenie Couit, and sometimes to go
to baseball matches. He domed
that ho bad prompted n witness in
the personal reference to Rep.
Thurston, That icfeiencc came
from the witness freely on cros
examination. Rep. Thurston hrd
asked to have that reference stricken
out of tlic report, and the speaker
assented on condition (hat the
personal reference to Henry Gibson
was also struck out. The laLor
was brought) jn fm' tv dirty purpose
and it had its dirty reward.
Rep. Brown argued that to in
definitely postpone the repoit of a
regularly nppoiuted committee, with
out giving members an opportunity
of reading it, was treating tlio mem
bers of tbis housn with (liBcourtosy.
IIu was doubtful at first if tlie mut
ter wits ono within the Jurisdiction
of the house, but the liougu having
solemnly appointed a committee of
investigation, the findings of that
committee should have full consider
ation. He should like to have a re
poit from tho minority, as lie might,
after hearing their 'reasoning, de
cide thnt the charges wero not well
founded. If the house dismissed
tho subject now without investiga
tion, he believed tho views of tlio
member for Wailuku (Richardson)
would be thoso of the people of tho
Minister Gibson considered a few
remarks from himself, although ho
was particularly interested, would
bo proper. He recalled tho fact that
when the charges wero made he had
promptly akcd for an investigation
Tho miinner in which the investiga
tion had been conducted, however,
by tiic lion, member for Molokai,
who ac:d r-o ; losccufng n'-iormy,
made it appeiu' to him ns 'f Inc
whole birjltici was manngct, for po
ll ic ' pil( qa9 ,vd with tiie soleob
?c u' iutlici'ug a dnmrging blow
up, u WnreK. Ho had been a resi
dent, oi this conn! y fn about a
qiiAilcr of n eci.iniy, but bail not
vLitcd tho islr Ml of Lr.nai since
187!). Foi- Vur c live years he had
not even Itau birnie- cotnuiunica
lions with Lanai.
been sent to and
wool secured and
His sheep had
from, there, his
sent forward to
maiket without any intervention on
his pait. .Surrounded by water and
rcqi'b'ng no fences, b's lanch there
cou'd be managed, ho nvght say, by
a rathe.' inactive soit of a person.
He had never had any trouble with
natives on Lanai, had neve'1 had oc
casion to bring suit against any of
them. As to politics, the constitu
ency of Molokai and Lnnni had for
a long lime been on the opposite
side from him. Forscveial sessions
McsVs. Kupihna and Nakatrka were
the sitiing members. One of the
chief complainants, Lapaki, was rc
fencd to in tlic house as a very
poor man, but he went to Wailuku
the oilier day with fifteen horses to
sell, and he was continually going
back and forward all tlie time on
the schooner Mi'lc Morris, with bis
hor&es and tin Leys got without au
thority in which he was trading.
This matter he believed to have
been brought up, not to satisfy any
demand of right or justice, but be
cause it was deemed that llieie was
an opportunity to caike a blow. He
now asked leave to letiro from the
house, as hu bad' pressing duties to
attend to some supplies to be sent
to the leper settlement and he
doubted if lie should pailicipate in
any action the house might take in
Rep. Kani wns not in favor of in
definite postponement. Whatever
miijlit be said of the icport, it
evidently represented a large
amount of faithful woik on the part
of the commitccc, nnd lie desited an
oppoilunily of carefully considering
all Hie evidence. As to the point
raised by tbc Attorney-General,
that the remedy for the alleged
abfses was iti the court, this house
had appouted a committee of en
quiry and that comin'tice, after a
great deal of woik. had pre
sented a report. Still, they
were not bound to accept the con
clusion of tlie committee, and it
would be establishing a dangerous
precedent to llnow rut the icport of
a committee without consideration.
Minister Dare asked what the
house would do if it adopted the
conclusion of Hie committee.
Uep. Kan! said the house ceitrinly
had the light to censure the Minis
ter if he wits found guilty of the
-Rep. Abolo srid be was in favor
of Hie moiiou of his colleague on the
minority of the committee, made in
the foiciioou, to lay the report on
the table, but, beiig absent at the
vote, lcainecl Ill's afte'tiocn that the
moon was defeated, which left him
no course but to olc for indefinite
postponement. He was not of opinion
Hint the house (otijd take cognizance
of the matte is chaiged, a3 the laws
provided led'css in tbo couits for
any such abuses. By dubig so the
house would assume the functions
of the judiciaiy. Thetc was no
evidence iu the icport of any con
nection of Mr. Gibson with the
alleged offen-es. He had told the
chairman that he had intended to
bring in a minority leoit, but his
remarks just now might be taken as
the gist of what his lepoit would
have been, rnd he would s.iport the
motion to ini!e'.ini'clj postpone tlio
Rep. Wight did not propose to go
into the merits cr dements of the
icport, as in lenlity lie knew very
little of what was in it, but he con
side cd the iudecilc postponement
cf ', lie i epnrt would be a gross in
dignity i j this Legiblatu'e. His
views on tbo matter wete almost
exactly t.inso of Hie members for
Wai'uku and lit . At first he did
not believe fucio was any giotind
for the charges, but when tho Min
ibier got up a few days later, indig
nantly ck iming that 1 10 Lcglsliume
had nothing to do with the mailer,
bo begun to think tbeic was ecme
tbiiig in it. When the committee
did their best to collect information,
to intiC'jiiitely postpouo their icport
would be a gioss result to the com
mittee, the house and its presiding
ofllcer. If bo was Minister of the
Intetior, he would beg of tho house
not to indefinitely postpone the re
port. When tho Atlo'iicy-General
had resided as long in the islands as
tho speaker, ho would, know that
tenants could bo oppre-setl in num
borleE3 ways by landlords, and the
courts were too expensive for them
to find redress there.
Noblo Llegborn had not read the
report and knew nothing of what
was in it. Members must be tired
of tho discussion, and could liaye an
opportunity of leading the repoit
to-morrow, Therefore ho moved
tbo house adjourn till 10 o'clock
to-morrow, which carried, tho liouso
rising at 4 o'clock.
(Vontinvcd on jtate 2).
DERIRINO to dono out our Ship
Cbandloiy and Coinmifslon Bust,
iicss, we shall sell nt REDUCED
PRICES and will clos'o out our cntlro
Stock, good-will and lease of prcraii-cs,
at it fair valuation, to a rc-ponsible
party. A. W. PEIROE & CO.
" TEMPLE OF FA
Tlie Ureal Far of
FIRST OF SEPTEMBER.
S. COHN & CO.,
63 and 65 Fort Street.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE FINEST LINES OF
Custoffl-uiade Clothing, Gents' FiiFiiisliing Goods,
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repented and special request, a Email invoico of tho finest hand-made,
IVIost Durable Gents' Shoes
Obtainable in tbo
Elegant Stock of Misses and Children's Spring Heel
sizes. Also, a Splendid Stock of
A Large nnd Elegant Stock of Misses
sizes. Also, a
Cents' and Boys'
7J FIEAJXiK: GERTZ.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Onnrln mrnfvnrl w ntrnr Pnl'nt fvnm 4lt TiWfmn Cintn .i -e..
JMCsli Gnliioinid Pioduco by ovciy Slcamci. All ciders fnitMully aiiendcdio.
Htlfl t4nnMB llnll vm ml Inunvnirl ... 41... tt... f-na nf tl.n.. Trl.....l ... .1 i.
aiul Goods dclivcied to any part ot tbo
cited. Sntiblvcdon guait
P. O, Box 207.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 JPox't Htx-eot,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now- Goods continually on tho way. Just rccclvcd-Kcgs Bauer Kraut, kegs Hoi
land Herrings, kegs Tripe, kegs German Pickle, kegs Mixed Plnklw, kits
Salmon Bellies .kits Mackerel, kegs Family Pink, kegs Co-ned Beef. For
Breakfast- -White Oats, Gcrniea; Breakfast Gem and Shreded M:izo. Also, n
lino lot of Now Zealand and Portland Penehblow Potatoes always on band.
Tho very best of ISLAND BUTTER, plenty for everybody.
280 l'i lcc low tuid Satisfaction Gumiuitccil.
(Formorly with Samuel Nott).
Importer and Dealer in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
3T Store formerly occupied by B. NOTT, opposito Spreckcls & Co.'a Bank. -.
Open on the
and Children's Spring Heel Shoes of all
Splendid Stock of
Boots and Shoes.
city free of chame. Island ciders toll.
Ofllco Box 145. Telephone No. l)J. 108 ly