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LEWIS & 00., G
111 Fort Htveot,
Importers & Deafiers in
to hand, per steamer Australla-Kcga
Yrl.1 V r 7 ' "V .1, , vmiiuu rlllllllil JICIIII9, Kits 1A 111 UllOiec
Mackerel, fresh Smoked Hi ml, fresh Smoked Salmon, Irish Hmnkecl 8nu.
nSk it,1! i.S"i?1"!d neif'nh,ilt,?.ker .S,mr.r lln,ns- Hm ""I"-'1 Hams. Jacob
Dold's liaalo Hums, 0H Dried Kips, black aud while, Cih. t'hoe.e. Oieqon
.r,nn?iC m.Ti' bvis?vF,(,t'fc?,v!?" 8 l'hwe. I'lno Apple CIigko nnd Edam
Cheese, Slblilooki; Snow White Oodilf.li, Clolly Lemon.., fresh Peats, Bel
Cnbbnge. ES? Particular attention Is railed to 11 nini nssoitinenl of tho fnm.
ous Holmes k Ooiilt'3 Biscuits, Giahain WnferF, Oaken Klnke. Sea Foam
Wnfers, MlilgcK (linger Wnfets 1111.I W-iter. Theo bhciiltt, nnd a full line
of Canned Goods nnd i.rnui, also rirsh Applet In boxes, 111 quantities to suit.
at lowest market price. New Cain Potatoes nnd Onions In line condition. 17
Bo Ureal far
S. COHN & CO.,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST RECEIVED, THE PINEST LINKS OF
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by icpe.itul and special lequest, a t-nmll invoice of the llnefl hand-made,
Most DyrabSe Gents5 Shoes
Obtainablo in the
A Large and Elegant block of pii-eps
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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
(Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAbT CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
T?..hp!ii?00diB r"vlVyovery Packet fiom the Pattern Statu and Europe
ElS 8nB "V",1,1'1 il,0,l,IL0ljy MciySaamor. All oiilom fiiithlully nt endedVo
and Goods dum un .1 to uny pan or tho city free of UmnKO. Isl , orders kiI'
cited, bfttisfaetion jjimrani.'td. I'oM OflltoHoxMB. Tolonhonc , No. 0J 108 ly
OnOOKEHY, OLABbWAHE, HOUSE FUBNI811IXG HAUDWAJtE,
Agent HalFs Safe
Beaver Block, -
ST Store formerly occupied by S. NCiTT,
r, 0. Box 207.
Staple & Fanoy Qrocoi'ies,
Holland TUrrli.es kegs rrnnlly Cornel
OS ami 05 Fort Street.
ETC , ETC.
tind Chi Idi en's Sprin
Shoes of all
S.ilendid .stork of
ofets and Shoes,
- P - TrT - i
clftSTYRE & BRO.,
and Lock Company,
- - Fort Street.
oj)osito Bprcckels t Co.'aBank
SJi-c gniia lUtin.
THURSDAY, HElr. 2, 188G.
NISKH'KIllST DAY. CONTINUED.
Vehxj.9Dat, .Suptcinlier 1st.
The houso lc-nsscmblcd at 1:A0.
Noble Dominis reported nn nut to
nuthoiio 11 national lonn ns np
provcil nnd signed by His Mivjesti'
Rep. Kauhikott, from the Judi
ciary Committee, piesentcd n icport
on three petitions from Kahuinu,
ICmnoi nnd Kannnn, pniying tlmt
they be pnid certain sums for serv
ing warrants on delinquent tax
payers. The epmiiiittce recommend
thu petitions be indefinitely post
poned. The icport was signed by
J. li. Kaulukou, .1. K. Kaunamano,
Cecil Urown, O. 15. I'nlohaii, and
.1. 11. S. Martin.
The report of the committee wns
OltDKlt OF Till: I)A.
Consideration of the Appropria
tion Bill in Committee of the Whole,
Noble Wilder in the chair.
Eep. Kalua moved the committee
take up the consideration of the
Molok.ai bteamer subsidy. Agieedto.
The majorit' and minority leports
of the committee on the matter were
Hep. liichardbon moved that the
unjoiity lepoit be accepted.
Ucp. ICaiinamano moved that the
minority repoit piesentcd by him
sell be adopted. This is an instance
wheie "the laborer was woithy of
his liiio." The two steamers had
peifmmed the service nnd should be
Rep. Aholo moved that the Wilder
Steamship Company be paid $1,000
and F. Wundenberg 81,200. That
would be in propoition to the work
Rep. Urown said the majority of
the committee gave the matter very
Rep. Keau said that neither of
the steamers had earned tho sub
sidy. The committee had not looked
into the matter sufficiently, and lie
wasinfaor of the items been re
ferred to a committee.
Rep. Urown said the committee
ioiind that during the last biennial
peiiod the Mokolii made S3 trips
and the Dow sett 3u
Rep. Keau said that urcording to
the Hawaiian computation the Moko
lii onlv made 62 tiins.
Noble Wilder said that the Moko
lii not onby made 8.'1 trips, but could
have made moie.
The amendment offered by Rep.
Aholo was carried.
Minister Gibson moved the follow
ing item be inserted:
.T.ipaneic Jminigiatiou fund.. J45,'J.)2.15
This was the exact amount trans
fer! ed to the Postal Savings Bank.
Rep. Dickey moved that the
amount be fixed at 820,000, but the
motion was not seconded.
The item passed.
Rep. Dole moved to insert
Bepahs to AVIuif, Nawlllulli,
Minister Gibson moved to insert
Aid to the Royal Hawaiian Agil-
eiiltui.il Society 51,000
He said there had been an item in
sorted during several sessions for
this woithy institution. The Minis
ter then lead a statement regaiding
the society and its work.
The item passed.
Rep. Kaulukou moved to insert,
Knplolani Park As.solI.u1oi 5,000
Rep. Dole moved as an amend
ment that the item be granted on
the condition that the unsightly
boaid fence around the track be
removed. They come hero and ask
for an appropriation, and then do
not let the people see the races with
Rep. Brown said that tho Park
Association and the Jockey Club
w ere entirely separate. The Asso
ciation looks after the tiees and
roads, and every cent appropriated
had been spent in that direction,
and not on the track. The Jockey
Club had made the improvements on
the track and had not used one cnt
of the Association's money,
Rep. Riohardson was in favor of
the appropriation. It had always
been spent in beautifying tho Park
All the wickedness incidental to
racing and betting was shut out by
this board fence.
Noble Cleghorn said that if there
was 110 Pai k, there would have to
bo a road, Tho roads out there are
in good condition, and in a few
yeaistlie Park will be 0110 of the
handsomest places on tho island.
Tho Paik and track are separate.
Rep. Dole said it was an imposi
tion on a poor man to put up that
board fence, and prevent him from
seeing a horbo race. All the great
racecourses in Kngland are opon to
the public. Sometimes 100,000
peoplo w itness the Derby race. If
11 fenco wcio put up 'round that
com so, why thoso 100,000 people
would tear it down line make it
into kindling wood. "Tho Park As
sociation had no right to lease the
course to the Jockey Club,
Tho amendment was carried.
Rep. Brown moved tho item bo
Noblo Cloghoiu moved it pass.
Tho association could decllno to
draw tho jaoney,
Ron. Ilavscldcn thouchl sonic nr
rangement could bo i..ado whereby
tho fenco would bo removed. The
Park is looked upon as public. The
fence ought to bo taken down.
Hundreds of peoplo would like to
go out nnd sco the races, but could
not afford tho pi ice of admission.
Rep. Brown said the Park wns not
public piopcrty; it belonged to a
corporation. The expenses attached
to horseracing fall on a few gentle
men. Noble Cleghorn moved as nn
amendment that the fence be taken
down with the exception of an
eighth of n mile on cither side of
the judges stand. That would ghc
tho general public a chance to see
l?cp. Castle said it was in the
province of the house to make con
ditions when granting an appro
priation. After further discussion, the item
passed at 85,000 on the condition
that the fence ba taken down with
the exception of an eighth of si mile
on either side of the judges' stand.
Rep. Kauhanc moved to insert
8fi00 for extending water supply,
Rep. Dole moved to inseit 82,000
for extending wharf, Waimea, Kami,
and 82,000 for lepairing and extend
ing wharf, Waianae, Oahit. Both
Noble Clcghoin moved to insert
8C,000 for extension of Queen street.
He said that no better inipiovcment
could be made than this. It would
incicasc the value "of piopcrty in
that vicinity tlnee bundled per cent.
Noble Bishop said this matter had
been talked about for many ycais.
He did not believe in it." Tlieie
would be a starting point, but he
did not know 11113' place where they
would come out.
Rep. Castle spoke in favor of the
The item passed.
On motion of Mr. Richardson, the
On the house resuming, the Chair
man reported progress.
The report of the committee was
Rep. Richardson presented the
following resolution :
Whereas, The Seejetary of this
Assembly, Mr. K. A. Pieice, refused
to give the honorable member from
Wailuku, Geo. K. Ricliaidson, a
draft for 8G1, balance due him for
pay and mileage us aRcpiescntative
of the district of Wailuku to the
Legislative Assembly of 188G ; there
fore, be it
Resolved, That the Committee on
Accounts make a repoit in three
days from date how the appropria
tion for the expenses of this Assem
bly have been spent.
The resolution was adopted.
Rep. Ilayselden offeied the fol
Resolved, That the several com
mittees to whom have been referred
various items in the Appropriation
Bill do report to this Assembly on
said items before 12 o'clock noon on
Friday next, the 3rd instant.
At 4:30 the house adjourned to
10 o'clock Fiiday morning.
NOVELTIES IN POSTAGE STAMPS.
Among the issues of postage
stamps by foreign countries there is
none moie curious within recent
years than the new issue of Mada
gascar 8 J- inches long by 2-j- in
ches wide and none that will be
moie eageily sought by collectors.
There are eight in all,' ranging in
value from Id to 2s. They are
issued in England, for letters mailed
at uie rsnusu consulate 111 Antana
narivo, and gummed only in the
corner. The letters aie sent to
Mauritius, wheie the Malagassy
stamp is removed and kept for a
voucher and the Mauritius stamp
substituted. The Peruvian Govern
ment announces its intention to le
deem all outstanding surcharged
stamps and use only the new issue
(1 purple, 2 green, 50 rem. 1 sol
br.), to which a 20 blue is to bo
added. Paraguay is having a 1
green and 2 vcrmillion, similar to
1884, printed jn Buepos Ayres.
The United States of Colombin have
issued a hideous 10 yellow, with the
head of President Nunez. A com
plete new issue is announced. An
toquia has issued a new set 1
green, 2J bjue on yellow and blue
similar to last year's. Shanghai
lejoices in a new issue, 40, 80 and
100 cash. The first reached this
country last week. Tobago has
surcharged (is 2d blue with Ud in
black, and St. Kitts the Od green
with 4d black.
ALMAYS STRANGERS IN PARIS.
I asked an American lady who
had lived long in Paris what her ex
perience had been, and she answered
that she liked Paiis, but she
did not know whether sho liked
tho French or not. "I think that
Paris," she went on, is the only city
in Europe that an American can
llvo in for years without getting to
like the peoplo. You cannot live
ten years in Florence without liking
tho Italians, or ton years in Dresden
or Munich without liking the
Germans. But you can live in Paris
nearly all your lifo without liking
tho French indeed without knowing
them any better than you did w hen
you first camp," In this last clause
Hos tho secret of this opinion, I
think. Long as tho American may
remain in Paris he remains a
stranger; except in very rare in
stance ho does not penetrate into
French family lifo : like tho farmer
in Leech's sketch ho "gets no for
rarder." Tho Parisian does not
take the American or any other
stranger into his own homo al
though he tries very hard and as
best ho knows how to make tho
Amciican feci at home in the cafes
and loslauiants and hotels of Paris.
And in this, at least, the Parisian is
not altogether unsuccessful. Tni'is
"It is not vviong to kill a dude,"
obscived a State-sticet niiin last
night. "Why not?" asked his audi
tor. "Because 'All's well that ends
swell, you know."
Thoy wero sailing in the little
bout together and she said: "Are
you limning before the wind now,
George?" "No, my darling," said
hu, "our boat is hugging the shore."
"Ah!" sho exclaimed, "what n
beautiful example you havo here."
of tho United States is tho Hist com
pany with which to Assure.
I. Beoauso of its Safety.
Its MirnlllS li lnljrnr Minn flint, nf nnv
other assurance company.
II. Beoause of its Promptness.
Of 1,()4J death claims paid In 1SS5,
nc.uiy one-half wciu paid the veiyttay
prools wcio leeched; while of the le
inalnder, the nubility vvu.-o paid within
thu following tlueu days. No othui
company can Miovv such a lccoid.
111. Bocauso of its Liberality and
All policies aie incontksi Adlu after
tluce je.us. All incontestable policies
aro pijablo Immediately upon lecclpt
of pi oofs of death. Tho Society's
policy eontiaet Is clear and simple, and
Jlbe1.1l In lis conditions. lis Non-foi-feitlUL'
Tontine (orbeini-Toiuinu) jiollcy
nffoidsall the ultimate benellts of the
full Tontine, and has dining its earlier
ycais the surrender value and other
luateilal advantages of oidhmry life
Xo other company is pajliig ou its
policies, ah l.ugu piollts as aiu shown
under the Equitable', maimed Tontine
policies with Uftecii-i ear peiiods. Poi
sons dobing assiuiince may obtain
estimates of tho piobuble lcsults of
similar policies, and of policies with
twenty-jear terms, which aie expected
to show even huger p'otlts.
V. Prospective Advantages.
Tho unexampled piogiess of the
Equitable in thu past is the best gum n
tee of the iiicicasing lutuic value of
assui.uice with the Equitable.
A"e!?-; " 00,553,387.60
Surplus on tho New Yoik
bUiid.il d, $17,495,320 40
Aow Assiuancu in 8S3,...9G,01, 378.00
a larger business than that of any othor
Outstanding 1 ...
Assai .ineS, 337)3J8,24CX0
Total l'aiu Policy- )
holdeisin 18b5...... J ,138,C8!).05
Paid Policy holduis . n , nn
since Organisation,.... 5 8!i-Jl, 175.03
Income in 1&85, 10,590,003.13
Ineieasc in Premium In-
, -,0e) 1,430,349.00
Incieaselu Siiiulus 3,378,022.03
liicieasoin Assets, 8,331,401.90
For full pai tlcuhus apply to
ALEX. J. OAltTWKlGHX,
Xo. 3. Kaahuuiauu fat.,
Guueial Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire &. Marine Insur'co Agents.
AUl MS FOll
The Sew Juiicluud
IV1UTUAL LIFE IMS. COKP'Y,
Ol lit. MUD.
Tho iEtna Tire Insurance Co.
ot Hattfoid, Conn.
I'lio Union l'-li-e and
of Bau FianUbiu, Cain.
Capital 9,000,000 Reiehsmarks,
''pilE UflderBigued, having been up
X pointed agent ol the ubovo Company
foi tho Havvuuun Inlands, ispiepared to
accept links, ugujnijt Kire, on Buildings,
Furnituie, Merchandise, Produce, Bugar
Mills' i:te., on iho most Favorable Tenns
Lottos Promptly Adjusted and PayabU In
070 1) nt Wilder & Co'g.
The. iOquitnblo ILife Aunurnuci
Society ol the United
KHTAttJTjINUUU IN 183t.
ISSUES Policies on the moi approved
l'avnientb, Endowments; Tontine
Saving Fund, Toullin's, Seiiii.Tontiuesj
A. B. C, Touiiiiu:i; Lite tn.d hint Ivor
ship Animiileh; Chtldren'u Endowments,
Joint Life Hisks, Partnership Iiiburancu,
etc., etc., ttc.
Policies both Incontestable and Non
Before insuring elsewhere, call and
get on estimate.
It is calculated that every reasonablo
wish of the insured is embodied in one
or more of the plans.
For full particulars and paniphloLs,
AXISX. J. CAIITW1UGHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
..Vs,.' ..-lii'h. M&Sak jA 'jtw.
INTew teg tore I ISTo-w Goods !
THE MECHANICS' BAZAAR,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
EUAN & CO. tnko pleasure in annoiincinii that thev hnvi. nm.rw.ri n,n i...
Clothing, Gems' Furnishing Goods, Hais &
Caps, Hoot anil Shoes, Trunks, VnliOM, etc., etc.
Boys' and Children's Clothing a Specialty.
Sr',mEUsrOArT(:8t(1(:allng'VO lloPotorcccho "Share of public
Wine and Spirit
PnmHl.nll nlHHl. I t m .
uaiiiiiuun uiuun, murunani oirooi.
Keeps the finest
Best Brands of Ales, Wines, Spirits,, etc.,
In the City, nnd oilers same for snle at lowest flguies:
"Delmonico" Champagne, "Cochet Blanc" Champagne,
.Veuvo " Cliquot" do., " Ch. Farre " do., and other good brands,
" Oenturj " Whiskey by the gnllon or dozen;
Oi'lciy, cef and Iron; Pacific Congi ess Water; KnpnSoda;
Apollinarls Water; Clysmio; Belfast Ginger Ale; Cider- .
beolcli, Irli.h and Kentucky Whiskies; Biandlcs of all grades;
Ales, Beers and Stout, assorted Brands,
t. . "rPr A11 s? . 1 d?llvcrcd Promptly to
in packing and shipping to other Islands.
Bell Telephone, 445;
Mutual Telephone, 418;
P. O. Box, 370.
Ninth Great Inventory Sale at the Leading Millinery
House of Olms. J. Fishel.
Items of special interest to Buyers of Scasonnblo
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
JT3oo1b and Shoes, I-Tnts and Caps, etc.
We have just received 80 days later than
continct call for, a large invoice of
the very best make of Ladies' French
Kid Slices. By reason of their late
arrival we have notified the manufac
turer that we shall sell them on his
ac ount at just OKE.UALP of the In.
Thi- Sale will continue until tho entire
Slock has becu disposed of.
Our $7 Shoes will be sold for only
During tile next 30 dajs we will sell our
$7 SO Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jersey for only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
50c. on the $1.
Our entire lino of nil wool Diess Goods.
in plaids, stripes tho newest patterns
v ill bo sold at 50c on tho $1.
A special ftatuie in our Dresj Goods
Department this week will be the
40iPieccs of Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
This is tho greatest bargain presented
by us this season in rnlnri'il IVrnaa
COc on the $1.
EiilJi-oileries aiid JLiaces,
Over S00 new patterns hnvo been add
ed to om all-ready immense stock.
Fine Straws, Flowers,
AND A FTJMi LINK OF
TJtIMMKD AND UNTUIMMED
Our $8 Parasols fbr f 4 10.
Our $0 Parasols for $ 3.1.
Our $5 Pariifols for $2 85. '
Our $3 Parasols for f 2.
Wo hnvo a few Children's Parasols
which wo will offer for 60 cents each.
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early and Secure your Bargains.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
804 lmJ The Leading Millinery House, corner Port and Hotel stieeea.
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
HAS RECEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
mWlS!mkSm bSm ?!!h ni """"i' 'Block Codflrii, Kits nnd tins Sal.
i iwt ' V, KeS "Utter, Cnla Olieeso, keca Pickles, kecs Pic- Pork Tallin Unt
sins Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Bplctd Bwf.Vned CWtken! Lunch Tone uw 0 hfi
?Vhltoe0ASlH0)iyB,eS B'lrm J50" Foam Crackers, Flour? Bran, Wh"a Oafi
.. . ( .vuwl 4 CUO(
"Good Night" and Palace
All at Lowest
market rates nd Satisfaction Guaranteed.
zu DIFFERENT KINDS.
any pirt of tho City
Great care taken"
30 XXA.YS !
CARTWRIGIIT & WAREN'S
for Ladies, Gents nnd Children at
COc ou the $1.
Our 05c Balbrigan Vest is extra uood
No such opportunity to purchnso these
world-ienowned goods at half prico
ran possibly oicur again thin season.
168 Gents' $12 soils.
Coat, Vest and Pants for only $6 90.
The Greatest Bargain ever offered in
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,-
FOEMER PRICE, $7 CO.
These arc all tiimmcd nicely and well
10 yards of Choice Prints for $t.
10 yards of if wide Cotton for?l,
14 ards of Unbleached Cotton for 81,
412doz of Gents' fine Neckwear, atCOe-
on the $1,
118 doz of Gents' Summer Undershirts
at 25c each, worth COc.
Gent's White Shirts
We claim to have the lareest and
most complelo Stock in this city, the
very best make and tho very lowest
Eveiy Shirt wnirnnted LINEN
BOSOM, LINEN OUFES and GOOD
Pur ?3 GO Shirt we will sell for 30
days only nt $1 45 enrh, whenever
bought by single one or 10 dozen at tho
800 doz of Mackinaw Ilats nt 00c each.
Our 82 CO Hats we will sell nt 81 05,
W Come and look at theto Hats and!
you cannot resist fiora buying.
Our entire lino of Hosiery will be sofo!
at COc on tho $1.
Infants' Short Dresses, Onmbric-Nan-
foolc stylishly mado" and liimraed
from 50c up.
The Ladles will Appreciate the fol
Arascnc, at 25c a do, former price, COc.
Chenille. ntSCc a doz, foimer price. COc.
Our 85, 81 nnd 83 Pompoms will be
sold during tho next todays for 81 60
BrandB Kerosene Oil.
C2T P. O. Box 172;
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