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Plodged to neither Sect nor Part;.
Bat established for tho benefit of nil.
SATURDAY. AUGUST 28. 188G.
NOTICE SHOULD BE GIVEN.
Tho temporary stopping of peo
ple's water supply without previous
notice is u censurable practice, mill
one that our water department is
apparently given to. Complaints of
this nature frequently reach us from
different suburban localities. A
telephonic despatch from Leleo this
forenoon conveyed the information
that the people of that neighborhood
were without water, and as they had
not been previously notified, they
were seriously inconvenienced by the
stoppage of supplies. An hour or
two's warning would have enabled
them to have provided against the
drought. We can understand that
an occasional turning off of -water
is necessary, in order to effect ic
pairs, etc. But it is an easy, and
not a costly, matter to give people
notice before-hand. There may be
occasional uigent emergencies when
notification is not practicable. Jn
such cases the department is not
culpable. As a rule, there is nothing
but thoughtlessness or disinclination
to prevent the desired notice.
Posters stuck up in the locality
affected is probably the most effec
tual method. Uxpense can be
lessened by Inning sheets printed in
quantity, with blanks to fill in when
needed. Anyhow, it is the duty of
the water department to give proper
notice to those concerned before
stopping supplies, whatever method
may he deemed best.
A complaint lias also been prefer
red by people residing on upper
Punchbowl street, above Emma
street, that they can get no water at
all during the daytime. Quite a
population has recently sprung up
in this locality, and its need of water,
is no less than that of longer settled
parts. Being at a high elevation,
there is probably not pressure enough
in the main pipes to force tho water
so far up, while the entire city be
lov i& drawing it off. But if the
Government is unable at present to
furnish these people with a full
supply, day as well as night, they
(these people) should not be re
quired to pay full rates. It is un
just to exact payment without any
A raft, said to be the biggest
launch from land to water, ever
seen, was to start from Cumberland
Co., N. S., on the north shore of the
Bay of Fundy, the .'J 1st of July, for
New York. The raft is -120 feet
long, 50 feet wide, (15 feet deep,
contains about 2,000,000 superficial
feet of timber," and weighs about
Continued from paye !.
country, would cost this Government
8200,000 if they took it. There was
no country in thu world that had
such an elltcient steamship service
for so small a cost.
Hep. Dole was a member of the"
committee, but could not recom
mend the paj incut of this subsidy,
because Mr. Sprockets offered to
accept less. The hon. member for
Ililo said Mr. Spreckels had chang
ed his mind, but what had the house
to do with that. Were they to watch
31 r. Spreckels' mind as they would
wqtch a barometer? If they paid ji
thousand .dollars a round trip they
would never lose tho oervice. The
freight paid so well that 11 r. Spiff Ic
els was able to subsidize the other
company not to take any freight
Hep, Kcnii was jn favor of 1 ,500,
on the condition that the freight on
bananas be reduced from 7." to 50
cents per hunch, as prayed for in a
, Hep. Ivauuamano said he had a
good deal to say on tho matter, but
as it was getting late he moved tl;e
house adjourn to 10 o'clock Friday
The motion carried and tho house
ndjounied at 5 o'clock.-
FniUAY, August 27th.
The house met at 10 a. m. Prayer
Willl lillUm IB I
y tiio Chaplain. Tho fillowlms
n.cm'f'n answered to the roll cull:
"Uitn ten Gi'ccn, Cieighton and
Drue ; XoUcs. iltlcr, Walker, Mnv
tin, ,S. i'mkoi, Mnefailmie; IJepic-
pontati-.ej Lilikalaui, Baker. Kaulii,
4m-iia. Brown, Ivuulm, Kaitlukou,
Pallia, Knuuammio, Wight. Naliale, '
Nnhinii, Knul.ntio, Kiilu.i, Aholn,
Kr.nknti. llu-hnnl on. Castle, Dickey,
Kaai, Tli.irMon. 1'nohnole, Kauai
Atid'l'nliilinu. 'Jim minutes were
uad in lltn.ailuu and Lnglish, and
Rep. Brown, from the Judiciary
Committee, presented the following
Ilox. J. S. Wai.kv.u, President
Legislative Assembly. Snt : The
Judiciary Committee, to whom was
referred the "Act to provide for
liens of mechanics and material
men," introduced by Hon. W. It.
Castle, respectfully beg leave to re
port that they have had the same
Act under consideration and re
commend that the same pass, as
at present we have no law of
this nature in force in this king
dom, aim laws similar to tlic one
now reported up on are in force in
most,. if not in all the States of the
American Union, and it is also a
protection due to the mechanic or
material man, who has furnished his
time, labor and materials in the
work in which he may be engaged.
J. L. Kaulukou,
J. K. Kaunamano,
Cecil. Bitowx, "
G. B. Pai.oiiau,
J. II. S. Mautin.
Pep. Itichardson moved the re
port be adopted. Carried.
Rep. Brown moved the bill pass
to engrossment and be read :i third
time on Thursday. Carried.
Noble Maefarlane presented the
following report from the committee
on commerce :-
Hon. J. S. Wai.kv.u, l'icidcnt
Legislative Assembly. Sin: Your
Committee on Commerce and Agii
cullure, to whom was refeiied a bill
entitled "An Act to encourage the
manufacture and exportation ol taro
Hour," have had said b"l under con
sideration, and beg leave to repoit
as follows: Your committee recom
mend that tho Legislature appio
piiate $2,500 as a sole and final
gratuity to the company in .-aid bill
mentioned, provided the said com
pany shall have created a market
in foreign lands for the products
knoivn :w taro flour, and shall have
effected bona lide sale of at least
one hundred tons of said product in
said foreign markets, and your com
mittee recommend that the said bill
pass, with the amendments as above
G. W. M CKAiti..xi:.
S. G. Wn.mm,
S. B. Dom:,
E. K. Lll.HA1.ANI,
J. T. Baki;k.
Pop. Brown moved the report be
accepted and laid upon the table to
be taken up with the bill.
The motion prevailed.
Rep. Kaulukou presented a report
from the Judiciary Committee, on
an act to fix the holding of terms of
Couit in the district of Makawao,
and an act to regulate the care and
custody of prisoners and those sen
tenced to be imprisoned. The com
mittee, after careful consideration,
and for various reasons, recommend
that both bills be indefinitely post
poned. Noble Cleghorn moved the report
of the committee be adopted.
ltcp. Castle bpoke in favor of hav
ing the seat of court moved to Paia,
as being more in the line of trade
and travel. He moved the report
be laid on the table and considered
with the bill.
Itep. Dickey seconded the motion,
Itep. Kauiiamano read a report of
the minority of the Judiciary Com
mittee on the inter-island steamer
subsidy. It states that the steamer
Mokolii, of the Wilder Steamship
Co., made 83 round trips, which at
the rate of $50 a trip would be
$4,150, and that the steamer Jas. I.
Dowsett made 30 round trips, which
at the same rate would bo $1,800,
both together making 85,950. This
was more than was contemplated at
the outset to bo expended upon the
service. Still the minority finds
that the service as done by both
steamers was u great convenience to
the people of Molokai, Lanai and
Maui ; therefore recommends that
the amount of $5,950 be appro
priated for the purposes named.
Signed by J. K. Kauiiamano.
Pep, Kalua moved tho report bo
ladion tho table, for consideration
with tho majority repoit and the
item in the bill, Carried.
Rep. Kaulukou read a first time
no act to amend section (i, chapter
II, laws of 1881, relating to the
Postal Savings Bank.
(Jn motion of Rep. Hayselden the
bill was read a second time by title,
and, on that of Rep. Castle, referred
to the Finance Committee.
Rep. Hayselden gave notice of an
act to amend section !9, Civil Code,
relating to auctioneers.
Pop. Kauiiamano presented a
resolution for the appropriation of
$500, to pay Thos. P. Spencer for
.services in translating and publish
ing the stones of tho Duke of Wel
lington, Napoleon, the Interpreta
tion of Dreams, etc.
Rep. Castle expressed his gratifi
cation at knowing that Ilawaiians
were going to havo more standard
literaturo in their own language.
The lack of it was one of the most
serious drawbacks to Hawaiian
youths. It would only bo a waste
of time and material to translate
silly woi Its of fh lion or mimic in Hn-
wniian. These works were, however,
mostly published llrsl in the native.
puner. If the tir.nslator worked
for money he was probably paid nl
iciidy. Ho moved to lofi-rtho reso
lution to tlic Kdueation Committee.
Ucp. Kalua favored the granting
of ciiciHiraucmuut to this man. The
01ks he Uanslatod were histoiiesof
men who actually livid, which was
more ilesiraiile liteiature, to lie
placed iiilu thu hands of )Oitug 11a
wniians, than the silly and super
stitious legends they were accus
Noble Cleghorn argued that if
literature was lo he subsidized, the
objects should be Hawaiian litera
ture such as Judge Pomander pro
duced. Itep. Dole favored having the
resolution referred, but was against
voting anything. If this was grant
ed, they would have Ilawaiians
coming in this session and succeed
ing sessions, asking for encourage
ment for every conceivable sort of
merit horse-training, billiard play
ing, etc. But it subsidies were to
be granted for literary excellence,
there was the work Mr. Clarke was
doing in collecting Hawaiian ferns,
and there were the expensive al
manacs issued by different publish
ing houses in Honolulu, which were
really deserving objects of en
couragement. ltcp. Kauiiamano had thought the
lion, member for Liliuu was going to
support the resolution, but soon
found he was lighting it as hard as
he could. IIe pioceeded with a
humorous description of the literary
works in question, in the course of
which he said that his reading of
the Duke of Wellington's career
gave him great encouragement for
the army and navy bill.
Pep. Aholo favored the object, but
would recommend $250 as sulllcient.
He did not fear that the bad results
anticipated by the lion, member for
Liliue will inevitably follow. The
same argument had been used in
former sessions against encourage
ment to specilic objects, but had
been dNpioved by events. This was
not the 1'rt.t time, either, that this
Legislature gave asisstanee to
literature. A subsidy had been
voted the author of the words of the
Minister Dare was surprised, as
well its the lion, member for Ila
makua, at the opposition of tho lion,
member for Lihue. He agreed with
that gentleman, in his .sentiment of
the other day, that be would be
glad to see an entire Hawaiian
Cabinet, and this was the
iirt step in that direction. Ila
waiians should be given facilities of
reading works on political economy,
the science of government, etc., so
that they should bo educated to the
full capacity for .self-government.
The amendment of $250 carried,
and the resolution as amended.
Pep. Kalua presented a resolution
to appropriate $3,000 for the pur
pose of assisting Hon. A. Poman
der in his work on the Hawaiian
Rep. Brown moved in amendment
to add the condition that he translate
it into Hawaiian, so as to give the
Ilawaiians a chance.
Rep. Kaulukou considered $3,000
would not be sulllcient inducement
for translating, printing and binding
Rep. Dole said the work was a
philosophical one, impossible of
translation into Hawaiian, and if
translated not a dozen Ilawaiians
would read it. The work was well
woi thy of encouragement as a scien
tific work apart from the question
of its value to native Ilawaiians.
Rep. Kalua intimated that Judge
Pomander had told him he did not
feel equal to the task of translating
the work. The third volume was
now out, and the work had made
this kingdom known all over the
world. Ho had seen a favorable
notice of it in a London paper. Tho
amount named would be inadequate
as a recompense for the laborious
and costly work. He thought the
resolution should be referred to tho
Itep. Hayselden was in favor of
Toting some encouragement, the
question with him being how much.
It was a work that from its learned
nature would have but a limited
circulation. He moved to lefcr to
a select committee.
Itep. Brown withdrew' his amend-
nieut, and the
At noon the
1 :30 o'clock.
motion to refer cur-
house adjourned till
The house icsumcd at 1 :15, and,
on motion of Itep. Richardson, took
up unfinished business.
Consideration of an Act to con
tinue the subsidy heretofore granted
for mail communication between the
Hawaiian Islands and the United
Rep. Kaulukou thought there
had boon plenty of discussion on
tho matter and hoped tho house
would now come to a vote. With
1 regard to the froight on bananas, he
l thought they hud better leave it
Noblo Cleghorn was prepared to
l support $1,500, provided bananas
were not charged more than 50
cents a bunch. It was useless to
talk of pineapples, oranges, etc,,
because only small quantities of
I them were forwarded, but bananas
wore a very impoitant commodity,
and if this condition was not insert
ed, ho should vote against the sub
sidy. Itep. Keau agreed with the pre-
vioih speaker, as bannnna were
giown mostly by pour piople lie
moved the previous question, which
The amendment for $1,000 was
Rep. Thuiston moved to insoit
the words "bi-monthly" tis in hist
peiiod's bill. If these words weie
not in, a steamer might be des
patched on the first and another the
next day of the month, and the sub
sidy l)t! collected.
Minister Glb-on suggested the
term, "semi-monthly," as bi
monthly meant once in two months.
Rep. Thurston said he took the
term from the old lnw.
Minister Gibson said it was a mis
take, then. According to that, there
should bo no complaint about the
service that lind been given.
Rep. Thurston asked, in reply,
why the subsidy was paid for two
tiips a month when only one trip in
two months was requiicd by the act.
He accepted the amendment, which
Rep. Keau moved an amendment
to the second section, that not more
than fifty cents a bunch be charged
for carrying bananas.
Itep. Hayselden was opposed to
the amendment. Sixty thousand
bunches had been exported last year,
of which probably 50,000 were car
ried by theso steamers. This amend
ment would reduce the subsidy really
to less than 1,000 around trip, as
the difference amounted to $12,500
a year. J lie steamers tiitl not pay
anyway, and for the
moiitliH would have
scarcely any freight.
Rep. Thurston contended that
bananas were carried on parts of the
vessel that could not be profitably
utilized for other freight. Again,
tlic Pacific Mail boats carried ba
nanas for fifty coats a bunch.
The banana business had grown to
become the third product on our
list of exports, following only sugar
and rice. It was the same experi
ence that the California fruit-giowers
had with freight charges on the
overland railroads. The fruit-growers
found their business unprofitable
and many were going out ot it, till
last year an arrangement had been
made, as the result of agitation,
whereby rates on fruits were loweied
and immense quantities bad been
forwarded to the Past at a profit,
lie thought that the Oceanic Steam
ship Company would make more
money at 50 cents than at 75 cents,
and the 25 cents would make all the
difference between profit and loss.
Noble Cleghorn could not under
stand the opposition to a reduction
in the freight on bananas. It seemed
to him that they were legislating al
together with reference to the rich,
and paying no attention to the In
teiests of the small farmer orpio
ducer. Pifty cents a bunch was
equal to about $15 a ton, while
sugar was carried for $5 a ton.
Bananas were carried on the upper
deck where nothing else, particu
larly other perishable goods, could
be carried. Persons in the business
had told him that they got very
small returns from their fruit. The
business was one peculiarly in the
hands of poor people, mostly native
Ilawaiians. Apples were carried
from New York to Liverpool for 40
cents a barrel.
Itep. Hayselden objected to the
amendment, not because he was
against the proposition itself, but
he did not want to sec the service
discontinued. The inter-island
freight on wool was proportionately
higher, as lie knew of it being
charged as high as $40 a ton from
here to Lahaina.
Itep. Thurston told of one shipper
of bananas who only cleared $1.50
on a hundred bunches, and of another
who was out $5.85 on a similar ship
ment. M mister Urcighton sum it was a
very unwise policy for the house to
attempt to regulate freight charges
by transportation companies by law.
If the freight were fixed by law for
bananas, it should also be fixed on
sugar and all other articles of ex
port. If that were done, the result
would bo to drive the steamship lines
off the trade. He did not know
whether 50 cents per bunch was
enough, but in his judgment com
petition alone would regulate such
charges. It had been stated that
when there was competition between
steamship lines from this port to the
Coast the freight was 50 cents per
bunch ; when competition ceased,
the natural result followed, that
freight was advanced to a paying
rate. But the figure did not affect the
principle, which held good whether
tho amount was 50 cents or 75 cents.
Ho did not think there was any need
in referring this question to a com
mittee. It hud been adversely re
ported upon by the Committee on
Commerce, and if it were rofoned
back they would return the same re
poit, lie did not attach much
weight to tho remarks of the Hon.
Noblo Cleghorn with regard to tho
freight ou apples between Now York
and Liverpool. Pour or Jive years
ago so great was the steamship com
petition that a bonus was actually
paid for wheat cargoes across tho
Atlantic. The result was that a
great many shipping firms failed,
and a large number of stcuiiiors
were laid off. This led to an ad
Yanco in freights, of which those
who survived thu crisis reaped the
advantage. Something had been
said about the fruit shipments from
California. Ho was aware that an
active agitation in favor of tho regu
lation of railroad freights had been
carried on for several years in Cali-
(Continucd on page 3).
DUI5ING my nli-i-wf fmm the Khur
1.0m Alii C. IKSI'AUK hold-, my
.nvcr of iiiiiiriiv id mil Tor m , anil
Mil. W. II. I UDDYI-mUlinrbeiMiiic
echo liniiiexs unit sign nul l for mi'.
S n,i Wnrlif, I.eluo, lloiiuliiiii, Aiijj.
J I I hi'. ' 1) II
Monday, Sept. 13, 1886
WA1I CIlUiNU Iiiik mirclias-d the
business of the linn of Snug In
Tal Company, Tluunlllis, Slaiuiiikcn
Sheet, dom 'Wink Wn. Arnoiuits due
by nml owlii'r in the linn will lie Tilled
by YA1I CHUNG.
Honolulu, Angus! S8, lHfcd. 1? 2w
Norton Assurance Co,
Accumulated Funds 3,000,000 Ster
ling. nHE Agent of tliU Company in lliinii
J lulu lias rtc.i'ivod liMniellons lo
rulnrc tin; i ales of I.IKE INSURANCE
in iliis country lo n minimum rale,
willmiil any i'.lra picinliuii for rest
denci! in the Hawaiian Island!:.
Anion; die principal iidvaiiiimcs at.
tiumlng to a Lite l'olicy in the " Nrrlli
crn," intention is especially drawn to
Surrender values of liipcd policies
aie hil'l lit tlie disposition of the as.
suied for siji jriiis.
Immediate payment ol claims without
deduction of discount.
Abolition of restrictions on foreign
travel and residence.
17 HI THEO. II. DAVIES, Agent.
The Monarch of Scientific Skating,
will e1iililt nl tin- "Yoiimile Itink
on the lollowing evenings:
IST Doors open at 7:30 5iH
for tin- benelli of Ladies and Childien.
Admission, ... 50c
Children under 12 years, - 25c
W. A. WALL, Manager.
Clias. Brewer & Co.'s Bos
lihie of Packets.
jtjipL Shippers will pleave lake no
.Qm-CjX line that a llrht.cln-s vessel
3Wi55r will bo in Uiu berth loading
j"Si- '" tor this poit in NoveniDer, to
Miil December Hi. Ciders should leave
heio by steamer of October 1st to have
Another liist-cliiss vessel will sail for
this port on or about the Ut day of
March. 1SS7, of which anther notice
will bo given.
For particulars, apply to
C. HKEWEU & CO., Agents.
Honolulu, Aug 21. 188B. 111
-i "ACM K" UIOYULE in perfect order.
Apply in (14 lw) J. L. MeLEAN.
HONOLULU, II. I.,
Fall Term Opens September 13, 1886.
The FiiRiilty of ihe piol year will be
increased b.v the addition ol Mr. C. W.
Sovcrenee, A. II., who cmne to us from
ihe Manchester SUmol, Manchester, Vt.
Mr. Severence has made a .special study
of the French Language in Kiiiopc, and
will take lhat biaueh in thu College
woik together with Elocution and'ldnd.
led subjects Thu lloaidiug Depiulment
will bo under thu nunc management its
last year, and oilers a pleaMini fclmol
home tiS nil who may debe to live al
Those planning lo join Ihct-ehonl for
the coming yeararo leipieMeil lo eiiin.
muuleatu at an eaily date with ibo I'les
denl, KKV. W. O. MKIUUTT.
Punahou Weparatory School,
7.1 IlcrelnniaMrcct, Honolulu, II. I.,
MISS E. V. HALL, Principal.
The Tiusiiii's Imvu adikda jear to tho
foimer eouiM', making it to eoi respond
uiili thu beet (Irummai- fchool oour-ei
of the ellies in thu Unif.il Slates. Tlmy
are happy to anno. inc.) that I bey have
seemed n corps of experienced instruc.
tors to iiKeist the I'liiieipai-oiisisllng of
the follow ill',' hidli-h:
Mits Afiiici .Moiuir of Oakland, Ciil ,
take) the fifth mid Sixth Grades.
3liss Ellu 1J. Snow of Ware, Mass.,
takes the Thiid mid Fouilli Guides.
ailfs Alniy Sliiait of Oakland, Cal ,
tnlvcs tliu l'liiiinrj Oimlu'i.
The School opens at II o dork MON
DAY, September lit, 16-80.
1ST For mlilitional information ad.
ilHSiS0HJw) UEV. W. C .MEUUITT.
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& Punchbowl Stieet Hrldgc.
IIousu contains fi rooniF, Bathroom,
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lug of- Stable, Carriage House niul liar.
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H. E. MclRITYRE
IMPORTERS AND DEALEHS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
u. wVi?oml8 r1c,col,vc1 y evci-y rckct from tho Eastern Stales ami Europo
ieshtallornia Produce by every Steamer. All ordorB faithfully intended lo.
and Goods delivered to any part ol tho city free of charge. Islanil orders poll,
oiled. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Oilleu Box 14C. Telophono No. Ji. 108 ly
(Formeily -with Samuel Nott).
Importer- uimI Dculor in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OHOOKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNI8111NO HARDWARE,
AOATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent HalFs Bafe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
tW Store formerly occupied by B. NOTT, opposite SpreckeU & Co.'a Rank. -
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Open on the
G3 and 65 Fort Street.
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