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LEWIS & GO., GROCERS,
111 ForL Struct,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Just to hnntl, per steamer Auitinlin Kogs llollhnil llcriings, kegs Family Cornell
Beef, kegs Family Corned Pork, Kegs Famllv hnnikiaut, keg Mixed' Pickles
ki'g Crystnl l)rip, kits Etra Choice Salmon Bellies kits 3trn Choice
Mackerel, fresh Smoked Halibut, fresh Smoked Salmon, fresh Smoked Sau
sage, fresh Smoked Beef, WliHtnkcr Sliur flams Urn Dttpcu limns, Jacob
Dold's Buffalo Hams, Ortla Dried Figs, black and white; Gala Cheese, Oregon
Cream Cheese, Swiss Cheese, San Sago Cheese, Pino Apple Cheese and Edam
Cheese, 21b blocks; Snow Whito Codllsh, Clclly Lemons fiesh Pears, lied
Cnbbage.0. JSST I'nrtlculitr attention Is called to u niro assortment of the fain,
ous Holmes iV Coutl's Biscuits, Orabam Wafer-, Oaken Flukes Sea Fo.im
Wafers, Midgets, Ginger Wafois and Water, Thesis biscuits, and a full line
of Canned Goods and Grain, alio ftesh Apples in boxes, in quantities to suit,
at lowest market price. Mew Cnln Potatoes and Onions In flno condition. 17
Tie Great far of
FIRST OF SEPTEMBER.
S. COHN & CO.,
Corner of Eort &
JUST RECEIVED, THE
HATS, CAPS, ETC , ETC.
Latest Styles and Novelties in Kecltwarc.
Also, liy repeated and special request, a small ioicc of the finest liand-madc,
Obtainable in the
A Large and Elegant Stock of Misses
sizes. Also, a
Cents' and Boys'
IMI'OUTEHS AND DEALEKB IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST COKNJCK FOKT AND KING STItEETS.
Nuw Goods received by ovcry Packet iiomlhu Eastern States and Europe
FreshGa Iforniu Produce by uery Steamer. All oiders faithfully attended lo.
and Goods delivered to any part oi the city free of charge. Island orders toll,
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Font OlUeo Box 145. Telephone No. 03. 108 ly
(Formoily with Samuel Nott).
Importer mid Dealer in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURBISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent HalPs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
ar Store formerly occupied by S. NOTT, opposite Sprcekels S. Co.'a JJnuk. -a
P. 0. Box 297.
Open on the
G3 unci 05 Fort Street.
FINEST LINES OF
and Cliihh en's Spring Heel Shoes of all
Splendid Stock of
Boots and Shoes,
E & BRO
lu gflUjO riMivi
MONDAY, AUGUST .10, 188(5
l.HUITV-Sr.Vr.NTII DAY. COST1NU1U).
Kuiday, August 27th.
On suspension of the rules the
bill was read n second time by title.
Rep. Itauliikoti moveil the bill
pass lo engrossment.
Noble Clegliorii gave ii history of
the bill in the hoti.se and before the
committee, and, proceeding, said
the statement of the Minister that
they did not need a loan very much
surprised him. lie was not op
posed to a loan, because he thought
a loan judiciously made and applied
would be benclleial to the country.
The Minister of the Interior had
foreshadowed in the early part of
thc.scssion that he was in favor of a
loan, but later he announced that ho
changed his mind. It was a mis
taken statement the Minister made,
that they would do without a loan.
An old saying was that a wise man
changed his mind, but a fool never.
He thought that bonds not less than
8")00 was a mistake. There ought
to be bonds starting at S.")0 and run
ning up to S 1,000." In Australia,
France, and nearly all other coun
tries, loans were taken up by their
own people in small sums. A great
many people could ' save money
and take up a 830 bond, who
could never save SoOO. The
strength of a country was in having
money boi rowed from its own peo
ple and not from outsiders, and
from many of its own people rather
than a few large capitalists. It was
better that the Government should
owe a thousand people at home than
a hundred abroad. Section D of
this bill ordered a commission of 5
percent to bo paid to any person
negotiating the loan. This looked
like a "nigger in the fence." That
would be a large commission on a
small transaction, and in this trans
action of two millions would amount
to 8100,000, or a twentieth ot the
whole. One percent, or 820,000,
would be a very liberal allowance.
A man offering a very large bonus
in a business matter made a person
suspicious. They were paying a
liberal rate of interest, six percent
free of all taxes. He believed that
a loan was absolutely necessary, but
he thought the Cabinet should intro
duce, through the Finance Minister,
a bill stating precisely what they
wanted. Such a thing as a loan
bill being introduced in Great
Britain by anybody but the Chan
cellor of the Exchequer would not
be thought of. A loan was now
necessary for wharves, waterworks,
immigration, and oilier urgent
works of improvement. Japanese and
Portuguese immigration was very
important, having proved a great
benefit to the country. To stop
Japanese immigiation at this stage
would'bc disastrous. It would cause
the Japanese Government .to feel
that it was being trilled with, es
pecially after the visit of His Ma
jesty to Hint country and the send
ing of an envoy thei e. He thought
the Japanese immigration must be
admitted to have been a success,
for which the Government deserved
more credit than anything else. He
should like to see the Japancso com
ing here in their own vessels and to
see a lino of steamers between this
country and Japan. The Japanese
in Ilamakua wanted t,o bring their
wives out, which would be diillcull
if immigration! was stopped. Ho
was therefore in favor ot a reason
able measure and ho hoped that,
instead of going into consideration
of this bill, the Government would
bring in a now and more reasonable
one. The speaker relerred approv
ingly to Ihc work the Minister of
the Interior was doing, in laying the
water pipes that had been lying idle
so manj' years, whereby he under
stood that the water supply of Hono
lulu would be greatly increased at
an expense of not more than 820,
000. He thought it would not be
wise to spend a large sum on water
works. They hntl spent enough on
engineers fioni abroad to lay those
pipes. Theio were able men born
heie, as competent as those im
ported for such purposes. There
should be a 'special item for deep
ening tho entrance to Honolulu har
bor, which had always been a pet
schemo of his. If full particulars
were advertised, he believed people
in London or elsewhere would come
and do it for a reasonable sum, say
8100,000. He believed in the Gov
ernment subsidising one laihvay,
and only one, mill that frpin Wni
pio to Hilo. Plans and details had
been prepared by an lion. Noble
(Wilder) at great personal expense.
Rut lie was opposed to the Govern
ment going into that job itself.
Rep. Kaultikou moved tho house
consider the bill section by bcction.
Tho first section was read, author
izing the Minister of Finance, with
the approval of tho King in Cabinet
Council, to issuo coupon bonds of
the uovcrnincnt of a denomination
not less than 8500 and in. the aggre
gate not exceeding two millions of
Rep. Thurston was opposod to
taking action on a loan bill till tho
Government produced somo policy
on tho matter, different from tho
shifting, shiftless course that hud
been pursued on this question. Ho
gave a history of the question from the
first of the session, when tho air was
full of "loan ;" mentioning next the
announcement of tho first Minister
that a loan was not necessary, and,
lastly, the revival of Hie loan bill.
Ho had heard from not one, but
many people, an explanation of this
very changeful policy. It was that
Mr. Sprcekels had declared that a
loan was unnecessary, 'but now tho
hands of the Ministry were forced
from another quaiter: hence the
sudden change of tunc.
Minister Gibson said the lion,
member for Molokal had once made
a calculation that their time cost
over 880 an hour, and ho was just
wondering how much the lion, mem
ber had cost during the last ninety
days. Tho lion, member often spoke
about innuendo and statements not
based on fact. What business, then,
had ho to bring- in here street talk.
He ranted and raved on matters
about which he had no information.
In reply to Noble Cleghorn, he said
he had not changed his mind on this
subject. If he had done so he
should have moved the withdrawal
of the bill. But the bill had been
allowed to come up in its regular
order. Early in the session the
Ministry were very earnest in con
sideiing certain local improvements.
Then a period of reflection came, a
cry of retrenchment arose, not alone
among the Ministers but also other
people. The country was repiesented
to be staggering under a load of
debt. That was tho description of
their condition, notwithstanding that
one item of their assets the water
works would biiug in the maiket
sufficient to pay off all the debt.
There was a message from the King
lecommending ictrenchment, and
for a timo the Assembly was in a
very economical mood. Under the
influence of this prevailing mood he
had written to their agent in Japan,
telling him that the Legisla
ture seemed to be opposed to
bringing in more immigiauts, and
advising him to .wait awhile until
the mind of the Assembly was mote
definitely expressed. The speaker
believed that the Assembly would
be disposed to vote more for immi
gration now than they were then, or
even six weeks ago; that, instead of
the small appropriation lor bringing
in one shipload, they might, on
third reading, be disposed to pro
vide for throe or four shiploads.
The course of the Government was
not due to tho dictation of tho
gentleman tho good fiiend of this
country who had been leferred to.
Mr. Sprcekels had told him, about
the time he introduced this bill, that
lie thought it was advisable for the
Government to borrow money, and
he believed that tho whole amount
could be obtained in San Francisco.
The Government was now ready to
proceed with the consideration of
this, their own, bill, than which no
othor loan bill had been introduced.
He moved to amend the first section
by making the denomination of
bonds $100 instead of $500.
Rep. Thurston, in reply to the
Minister of Interior's reference to
his waste of time, said lie would be
willing to put the amount lost by
the waste of time by the Minister on
top of what was lost 13' himself, and
the Minister could take a pick and
shovel and would not get at the
speaker's pile it he dug for a week.
Rep. Dole asked the Minister if
lie favored this loan bill now.
Minister Gibson said he did, with
amendments that he desired more
amendments probably than he would
have allowed two months ago.
Rep. Dole considered the ques
tion to have been a fair one, as lie
distinctly understood the Minister
to bay a few days ago that the Gov
ernment considered a loan unneces
sary, looking to other sources for
the means of public improvements.
There was no matter in which it was
more Important fpr the Government
to have a policy than thnt of bor
rowing. Rep. Thurston thought this was
the proper time for the Assembly lo
discuss whether it was desirable to
ffeet a loan or not. Until this
moment thoy were not aware whether
the Government was in favor ot a
loan or not. He was opposed to
borrowing money, except for the
purpose of paying off the debt, on
part of which nine percent was
charged. Proceeding to discuss
the prosent debt nnd interest, he
was interrupted by Minister Gibson,
who said that the loan was to pay
off tho debt, also that the Govern
ment might not want to borrow more
than three-quarters of a million. In
reply to this, ho said they could
depend on it that this Government
would borrow every dollar it could
get anybody to lend It. Ho be
lieved the statement of tho Minister
tho other day was true, ( that thoy
did not need a loan. For tho past
few years tho revenuo was linger
than ever before, and the Gov
eminent had been borrowing bun
dled of thousands of dollars, yet
the country was never in suoh
a bad financial condition ns at Mho
present time. The newspaper in
spired fiom tho Government sido, in
its "campaign tiuths" he was
going to say "lies" but wouldn't
boasted that the debt of this king
dom was only 818 per head. This,
however, was not $111 for every
voter, but for every babo that had
breathed an hour and every grand
dame throughout the islands. If
this proposed loan was effected tho
debt per capita would be S!)!J per
head. Where was tho money to
come from to pay 8240,000 interest
to bo paid. at the end of tho next
period V They might lay a nooso on
tho ground and place corn in the
midst of it, and si chicken might
step into thowiarc without seeing it,
until tho noose tightened about its
neck. So their people might sco
immigrants slopping on tho wharf,
and everything lovely, but the noose
would bo felt by-nnd-by.
Rep. Dole, at ! siiOJ moved the
housu adjoin n till 10 o'clock to-morrow,
Mrs. Maty Colby of Vienna, Mc.,
although 78 years old, has just per
sonally woiked out her road tax of
Lucrctia Molt recognized her hus
band as the treasury of the family
firm, but she did not hesitate to
diaw "orders." Miss Anthony tells
how Lucrctia once said to her:
"Sister, 1 am going to give thee
$50 to carry on the work." Then
tinning to James Molt, she said:
"Out of that corner of thy pocket
book where thee put my pay for
keeping thy house, mending thy
clothes, etc., please hand Susan the
money." James was toojust a man
to withhold his hand.
no's Snll'criiiss and
A. Voice 1'roiiL AAistrln.
Near the village ot Zillingdorf, in
Lower Austria, lles Maria Huns, an in.
telltgent and industrious woman, hoo
story ot physical t-ullcring and final ro
lief, as related by heiself, is of intorct
to English women. "I was employed,"
she suj, "in.the work of a huge lurm
houtu. Ovi'i.woik brought on sick
headache, followed by a deathly faint
ing ami Mckneas ot tho stoniacli, until I
wa unable to retain cither food or
drink. I was c miielled lo take to my
bed for several wicks. Getting a little
bittei from rest and quiet, I sought i
do tonic work, bui wus soon taken with
a pain in my side, which in a little
while seemed to spread over my whole
body, and tluobbed in my every limb.
This was followed by n cough and
shortness of bientli. until llnally I could
not bew, mid I took to my bed for the
second, and, as 1 thought, for the last
time My ft lends told e that my time
had i early conic, and that I could not
live longer than when the trees put on
their green ncc more. Then 1 happen
ed to get one of tho Scigel pamphlets.
I lead it, and my dear mother bought
me a bottle of bcigel's Syrup, which I
took exactly accoiding to dllcctions,
and I had mil taken the whole of It be
foie I telt u gieat change for the belter.
My last illness began June , 188i, aud
continued to Aunust !)th, when 1 began
to take the Syrup. Very soon 1 could
do a little 1 glit work. The couch left
me, and I was no more troubled in
b cnthiug. Now I am peifectly cuied.
Ai.d oh, how happy I am ! I cannot ex.
picss gi.ititudu enough for Seigel's
Sjiup. Now 1 must tell you that the
doctoib in oui dMiict distributed band
bills cautioning people against the
midicmc, telling Hum it would do them
no good, nutl many were thereby influ
enecd to destroy the Scigel pamphlets;
but now, whui ever one is to be iound, it
is kept like a relic. The low preserved
arc bonowed to lend, and have lent
nihil loi si. miles mound our distiict.
People h.ie come eighteen mills lo get
me to buy the medicine for them, know,
ing that it curtd me, and to bo sure to
get the light kind. I know a woman
who was looking like death, aud who
told them there was no help for her,
that she bad consulted several doctors,
bui none could help her. I told her of
Seigel's Syiup, and wrote the name
down for her thai she might make no
mistake. She took my advice and tlio
Syrup, nnd now she is in peitect health,
and the people around us arc amazed.
The medicine has made such process
in our neigbboihood that people say
they don't want tho doctor any more,
but they take the Syrup. SufiVrers from
gout who were eontinid to their bed mid
could hardly move a linger, have been
cmed by it. Theio is a girl in our dis
tiict who caught a cold by going
through tome witter, nnd was in bed live
years with costiveness nnd rheumatic
pains, and had to lmve'an attendant to
watch by her. There was not a doctor
in the surioundiug distilcts to whom
bei mother had not applied to relieve
her child, but every one ciossed them,
selves and said they could not help her.
Whenever the littlo bell rang which is
inng in bur place when somebody is
dead, wo thought hiiiely it unsior her,
but Seigel's Syiup and Pills saved her
life, and now she is us healthy us any.
body, goes to chinch, mid cim work
even in the llelds. Even body was as.
touisbcil when llioy saw her out, know
ing how many years she had been in
bed. To day the mills hoi gratitude lo
mine for God's mercies and Seigel's
Syrup. Mauia Haas."
The people of England .peak contlrm.
big the above.
A.i"ter ainny Worn.
"Whittlc-le-Wooda, neai Chorley,
" Decuuher 20. J88:t,
"Dear Sir, .Mother Seigel' medicine
sells exceeding well with us, all thai try
it speak highly in its favor. Wo had a
case of a young lady thai hnd been trou.
bled many years Willi pains after eating.
Sho tells us that the pains were entirely
taken away ufter a few doses iff your
medichir. Yours truly, E, Pjski.."
A.t'Lox Hovoral Years.
"Stoke Ferry, January 0th. 1881.
"Gentlemen, I have used Slegel's
Syrup foi sevoial years, and have found
it a most ellieaeious nmedy for Liver
complaints and geneiul debility, and J
always keep some by me, and cannot
fcpeak too highly in lis praise I re
main, jpurb iiuly, Iliiniett King."
A.Vttav Hl2tisi3ii Yciu'h.
"1)5, Ncvgato Slieet, Woiksop, Nottp,
"Gentlemen, It is with tho gieotoBt
of pleasure 1 accord my testimony as to
the ollleacy of Mother Seigel's byrup.
My wife, who has bull'ered f loin acute
Dyspepsia for over eiMucn.yi nitt, is now
perfectly belter thiough the sole blip
of your Syrup, 1 lmo sent pounds in
medicines fiom doctois u fact, I be.
gnu to think" thu wan Incurable, until
your marvellous nieilloiiiu urn lilid.
I lemalu, yoins, thankfully,
XMio JUH'ooIh linvo lxioii
"jllford Houil Dlbpcirsaiy, Dukinflold,
May U, 1B81.
" Dear Sir. I am happy to inform
'ou that tho salo of ymirbyrun and Pills
increases here continually, Soveral of
my customciB speak of having derived
mnru benefit from tho use of these than
fiom any other medicine. In some In.
stances tho cilccts have been wonderful.
Yours very respectfully,
it wly l'no. dwjn Eastwood, J.?."
ISTe-vr feStove ! IVov Oootls !
THE MECHANICS' BAZAAR,
Corner Fort and Merchant, Streets.
LOAN & CO. tnko pleasure in announcing Hint they have opeiud tho nbovo Store,
and would bo pleased to have you call nnd examine the most oomph lo lino of
Now Goods ever opened in Honolulu, and at astonishingly low prices to
suit the tlmes.conipilsingacoiuplotc, select nud most fashionable lino of
Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hets &
Cnptt, Uoots nml Shoe, Trnnks, VnliHCN, etc., etc.
Boys' and Children's Clothing a Specialty.
EST Through fair and honest dealings wo hope to receive a shine of nubile
pnlronuge. GIVE US A OALL. 411 ly
W. S. LUGE,
Wine and Spirit IWerchknt,
Campbell Block, Merchant Street,
Keeps th of finest
Best Brands of Ales, Wines, Spirits, etc,
in the City, and oflcrs-same for sale at lowest flguics:
"Dolmonico" Champagne, "Cochet Blanc" Champagne,
Vouve " Cliquot" do.; " Ch. Farre" do., and other good brands,
" Century " Whiskey by the gallon or dozen;
Celery, IJecf nnd Imnj Pacific Congress Water; Nnpa Soda;
Apollinarla Water; Clysmic; Belfast Ginger Alo; Cider;
Scotch, Irish and Kentucky Whiskies; Brandies of all grades;
Ales, Beers and Stout, assorted Brands,
CALIFORNIA WINES, 20 DIFFERENT KINDS.
8 All goods delivered promptly to any part of tho City. Great care taken
In packing and shipping to otber Islands.
Bell Telephone, 445;
Mutual Telephone, 418;
P. O. Box, 870.
C. J. F.
Ninth Great Inventory Salo at tho Leading Millinery
House of Chas. J. Fishel.
Items of special interest to Buyers of Seasonable
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
Boots and Slioes, Hats and Caps, etc.
We have just received 30 days later than
contract calls for, a largo invoice of
the very best make of Ladies' Fiench
Kid Slioes. By reason ot their late
arrival we have notified the manufac
turer that we sbnll sell them on bis
act ount ai just ONE-UALP of tho In.
Thin Sale will continue until tho entire
Stock has been disposed of.
Our 87 Shoes will bo sold for only
Durine tho next 30 days we will sell our
$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 Dress Goods
in plaids, stripes the newest patterns
will bo sold at 50c on the $1.
A npeclal feature in our Dresa Goods
Department this week will be the
40 Pieces of Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
formor price, $1.
This is the greatest bargain presented
by us this season In colored Dress
50c on the $1.
Eml)i-oitlci'ieH and Laces,
Over 200 new patterns have been add
ed to our all-ready Immense stock.
Fine Straws, Flowers,
AND A FUI.I. LINE OF
T1IIMMKD AND UNTKIMMED
Our $8 Parasols for fri 15.
Our (1 PftrnRoln fnr AX :K
Our 5 Parafols for $2 85,
Our $!i Parasols for $2.
Wo have a few Children's Parasols
which wo will offer for 50 cents each..
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early amt Secure your Bargains.
Tho Leading Millinery
CHAS. HUSTACE. GROCER,
King- Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
ped licuf, cases
Salmon, Smoked nullbut, Hams, Bacon, Block Codfish, KltB and tins Sal.
Hies, kegs Butter, Gala Cheese, kegs Pickles, kegs Pig Pork, Table Hal.
uui!, iiuiuuid, ojiiulu .ueci, Xioncil ujiiCKeu, j.uiicii jujikui:?, ump.
i Oysters, Sardines, Sea Foam Crackers, Flour, Bran, "Wheat, Oate,
Bonn, Granulated Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Qermeu,
ii, Choice Teas, French Peas, etc. AIfo,
"Good Night" and Palace BrandB Kerosene Oil,
A11 J?t,Lowcst wnrket rates and Satisfaction Guaranteed. EST. O, Jiox 872;
842 Telephone 110.
30 IXA.YS !
CARTWRIGHT & "WAREN'S
for Ladies, Gents and Children at
60c on the 1.
Our C5c Balbrigan Vcbt is extra good
No such opportunity to purchase these
world-renowned goods at half price
can possibly occur again this season.
168 Gents' $l2Siiits.
Coat, Vest and Pants for only $6 90.
Tho Greatest Bargain ever offered in
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
FORMER PRICE, 87 60.
These are all trimmed nicely and well
10 yards of Choice Pi hits for $1.
10 yards of wide Cotton for $1,
14 yards of Unbleached Cotton for $1,
412 doz of Gents' fine Neckwear, at 50c
on the $1,
118 doz of Gents' Summer Undershirts
at 25c each, woith 50c.
Gent's White Shirts
"We claim to have tho largest and
most complete Stock in this city, the
very best make and tho very lowest
Every Shirt warranted LINEN
BOSOM, LINEN CUFFS and GOOD
Our $2 60 Shirt we will sell for 80
days onjy at &1 45 eaoh, whonever
bought by Blnglo one or 10 dozen at tho
800 doz of Mackinaw Hnts at DOc each,
Our 2 60 Hats we will sell at 81 05,
EST" Como and look at these Hats and
you cannot resist from buying.
Our entire lino of Hosiery will bo sold1
at 00c on the $1.
Infants' Short Dresses, Cambric-Nan-
rcook stylishly made and trimmed
foin 60c up.
The Ladies will Appreciate the fol
Araseno, at 25o a do, former price, 50c.
Chenille, at 25c a doz, former prlco, C0c
Our 85. 91 and 83 Pompoms will bo
sold during tho next 30 days for 81 60
per deen. .
House, corner Foit and Hotel strcees.
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