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New Store ! New Goods !
THE MECHANICS' BAZAAR,
Corner Fori ami Merchant. Streets.
EGAN A CO. take pleasure In announcing Hint tin y linvo opened tlio aliovo Stoic,
anil would lio pleased to have you call and examine tlio mot complete line of
Now Goods over oponrtl hi Honolulu, and at astonishingly low prices to
sullthetlmcs,compilslng a comp1ole, select ami moat fnshionnblolinoor
Clothing, Gems' Furnishing Goods, Hats &
Caps, Hoots ami Shoes, Trunks. Vn I , etc.. He.
Boys' and Children's Clothing a Specialty.
EST Through fair ami honest dealings v,o hope to icceivc ashnieof public
patronage. GIVE US A CAM.. 411 ly
Wine and Spirit SVierchan
Campbell Block, Merchant Street, ...... Honolulu.
Campbell Block, Merchant Street,
Ki'cpi the flnesl asfoitmcnt and
Best Brands of Ales, Wines, Spirits, etc.,
in the City, and oilers Mime for sale Ml lowest figtues:
" Dolmonico " Champagne, " Cochot Blanc " Champagne,
Veuvo " Cliquot" do., " Ch. Fnrro" do., and other good brands,
" Century " Whiskey by the gallon or dozen;
Celery, Beef and Iron; Pacific Congress Water; Napa b'o.ln;
Apollinarls Water; Clysmic; Iielfa.st Ginger Ale; Cider;
Scotch, Irish nnd Kentucky Whiskies; Brandies of nil grades;
Ales, Beers and Stout, assorted Brands,
CALIFORNIA WINES, 20 DIFFERENT KINDS.
fiST All goods delivered promptly to any part of the Citv- Gicat care taken
In packing and shipping to other Islands.
Bell Telephone, 448;
Mutual Telephone, 418:
P. O. Box, 87(1.
30 DAYS !
Ninth Great Inventory Sale at the Leading' Millinery
House of Clias. J. Fishel.
Items of special interest to Buyers of Seasonable
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
XSoolN.mnl Slioew, .lT;i sxnd Csvpw, etc.
We have just received 80 days later thau
contract call foi, a large invoice of
the very best make of Ladies' French
Kid Shoes. By rcaon ot their late
arrival we have uotifled the manufac
turer that we shall sell them on his
account nt just OME-ll ALF of the In.
voice Pi ices.
This Sale will continue until tho entire
Stock has been disponed of.
Our $7 Shoes will be old for only
During the 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 be sold nt 50c on the $1.
A special feature in our Dress Goods
Department this week will be tho
40 Pieces ol Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
former price, SI.
This is the greatest bargain presented
by us this season in colored Dress
COc on thc$t.
3SiiibioitIciicN mid .LneeN,
Over 200 new pattern have been add
ed to our all-ready immense stock.
Fine Straws, Flowers,
AND A FULL LINE OK
TltlMMED AND UNTJUMMKI)
Our $8 Parasols for 91 115.
Our $0 Parasols for ijs in.
Our $5 Parasols for $2 80.
Our $11 Parasols for 2.
Wo have a few Children's Parasols
which we will oiler for HO cents each.
Remember, this Sals is only for 30 days !
Call Early and Secure your Bargains.
King Street, between
iked Salmon. Rmnltcd TrnlDmt llmnc
,, ,,7 Y ',, " ",V A "'"i ""-""l "i"w -nnirii, lllia mill WHS Dai.
Bollies. kegs-Bu tor, Gala Oheeso, kegs PJokJos, kegs Pig Pork, Tablo Hal-
"fe.Ue( C'Jfes Oysters, Sardines, Sea Foam Crackers, Flour, Bran, tVheat Oats,
4i2ltn .riifltlln Roim. CriitmlnKi.l n.,n. n..i. t- t i. i l.: y-. '
breakfast Germ, Choice Teas, French Peas, etc. AUo!
gl "Good Night" and Palaco Brands Kerosene Oil.
All nt Lowest market inles undJSntisfnctiou Guaranteed. J3fl O, 31
Si': in I
30 DAYS !
OARTWR1GIIT & WAREN'S
Summer Undei wear
for Ladies, Gents and Children at
COc on the 1.
Our tioc Balbiigan Vest is extra good
No such opportunity to purchase these
world-ienowned goods nt half price
ti.ni pocibly occur again this season
168 Gils' $12 Sis.
Coat, Vest and Pants for only $6 90.
The Git atest Bargain ever offered in
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
FORMER rillCE, 7 CO.
These are all trimmed nicely and well
10 yards of Choice Prints for 1.
10 yards of wide Cotton for $1,
14 yaids of Unbleached Cotton for $1,
412 doz of Gents' fine Neckwear, at fiOc
118 do, of Gents' Bummer Undershirts
nt SHc each, woilli Cue.
Gent's White Shirts
Wo claim to have the lamest and
moat complete Stock in this city, the
very best make and tho veiy lowest
Evciy Phiit warranted LINEN
BOSOM, LINEN CUFFS nnd GOOD
Our S?p CO Shirt wo will sell for 20
days only nt sjl 45 each, whenever
bought uy single one or 10 dozen at the
H00 doz of Mackinaw Hats at POc each,
Our 82 CO Hats we will toll at 81 05,
CST Come and look at tllei-c lints and
you cannot resist from buying.
Our entire lino of Hosiery will be sold
nt COc 'on the $1.
Infants' I Short Dresses, Oambric-Nnu-
look ftylishly made and' trimmed
from COc up.
The Ladles will Appreciate the fol-
j lowing Bargains;
Ariisenc M 2Cc a doz, former price, COc.
Ohcnilltt, nt 25o a doz, former price. f.Oo.
OtirSfi, 1 and 3 Pompoms will be
sold during tho next CO days for$l CO
Hous-o, corner Fort and Hotel srrces.
Fort and Alalcca Streets,
k,i tiii, r.ini. tru i ., r..
iuhucicu ugnr, ueimea,
$Jue gJttiUi) tlljolin,
SATITKOAY. HHPT.ll. 1880.
NINUTY-r.mitTlt DAY. COXTINUU1).
FisiDAY, .September lOtlt.
Kcp. Ilnysehlcn agreed witli the
recommendation of the committee
that the bill of the honorable mem
ber for South Kona be indefinitely
postponed ; but he could not concur
in the other recomemndations of tho
committee. Moved the report bo
laid on the table to await the mino
i?ep. Thurston moved tho substi
tute bill be riven to tho Printing
Committee, lloth motions carried.
l?cp. Ilnyselden read the mino
rity report of tho same committee.
Hon. J. S. Wai.kkk, President
Legislative Assembly. Sin: The
undersigned members of jour com
mittee to whom was referred sundry
election bills beg leave to report
that they have hud under considera
tion an not introduced by lion. J. L.
Kaulukon entitled nn act to amend
section f, of chapter 80, of the Cri
minal Code, at the request of the
honorable introducer of the bill.
Your committee added to it a por
tion of tho section proposed to be
amended as it had in the hurry of
copying been inadvertently left out
of the bill. Your committee found
that the only change contemplated
by this act is to leave out the words,
"during their absence,' in the Eng
lish version. It was found that the
Hawaiian version did not contain
the words, "during their absence,"
and it is the opinion of your com
mittee that these words should be
left out of the English version of
the law as it at present stands and
they therefore recommend that this
Fni:i. II. IIayskmjun,
John T. Daui:,
J. L. Kaulukou.
Hep. Castle also read the final
report of the Election Committee,
setting forth that the whole law
ought to bo reconstructed, but that
a measure for that purpose cannot
be considered the present session ;
and recommending the passing of
amendments doing away with the
tax receipt system, and to define
clearly the law regarding residence.
The committee submit two bills to
provide for these points, and recom
mend that a committee of three be
appointed to consider a new election
law, and report to the Legislature of
1888. The report is signed by AW
R. Castie, S. IJ. Dole, and J.
Wight. Another report was ap
pended, concurring with other re
commendations, but not in iavor of
doing away with the tax receipt
system, signed by F. II. Hayselden,
J. L. Kaulukou, and J. T. Dare.
Rep. Kcatt moved the report be
received and laid on the table. Car
ried. Rep. Dickey moved the two bills
be referred to the Printing Commit
Rep. Kaulukou moved the min
ority report be adopted.
The reports were laid on the
table to be considered with the bills.
Rep. Thurston read the report of
the committee on Ramie cultivation.
Hon. J. S. "WAi.Kr.it, President
Legislative Assembly Sm : Your
select committee to whom was re
ferred an item from the Appropria
tion Bill, viz. : To the Hawaiian
Ramie Co. for the encouragement of
Ramie Culture, $10,000, report that
they have carefully considered each
item, and find tho situation to bo ati
The ramie fibre is one of the most
valuable known, It grows luxuri
antly in such localities on the
islands as are suitable for its cul
ture, notably in Kona, Puna and
The preparing of the fibre for use
involves two distinct processes ; 1st,
Separating the woody material from
the fibre. 2nd, A chemical and
bleaching process for the purpose of
removing the gummy substance ad
hering to the raw fibre and reducing
it to a condition propor for weaving,
The raw fibre, separated from tho
woody material is worth 5c. a pound,
or 8100 a ton and upwards. After
being chemically treated it is worth
from 8200 to gaoo a ton.
The mechanical treatment of the
raw lire can bo effected by the
machines invented and. patented by
tho Hawaiian Ramie Company, at a
cost of each machino from 8000 to
81,000. The chemical process in
volves an expensive plant. Tho
manufacturers have moreover each
their own processes and methods of
treatment and prefer to refine the
The tict of 1884, chapter 48, pro
vides, that whoever shall produco
and patent .in this country any
machino that will clean ramie fibre
"cheaply, thoroughly and suitable
for the markets of the world, shall
bo entitled to a bonus pf 810,000,
The Hawaiian Ramie Company,
upon tlio strongth of this induce
ment, commenced a scrios of ex
periments and trials with tho Cole
man Machino as a basis. This was
finally abandoned, and a machine
materially different from that was
produced nnd patented.
This machine turns out a fibre for
which tho company havo been offered
ft penta a pound for all that they can
produco for a term of five years,
The market for tho fibre is practi
After natcntlncr thn mnnldnn tlm
company applied to the Minister of
Interior for the $10,000 bonus under
the law of 1881. The Minister np
pointed Mr. Jim. Austin, who has a
special and intimate knowledge of
Ramie machines, as tlio special
agent of the government, to ex
amine the machino, see it lestjed in
actual use, and report whether it
complied with tho provision of tho
statue. Mr. Austin reported that
the machine did comply with the re
quirements of the law, and that in
his opinion the company was en
titled to the bonus of $10,000. He
further slates that this machine is
the most simple in construction and
docs bolter work in turning out raw
fibre than any other machines which
he has ever seen.
Upon receipt of Mr. Austin's re
port, the Minister of the Interior
promised tho Ramie Company that
the 810,000 should be paid to them
as soon as it was available in the
treasury. On tlicfaith of this pro
mise, the Hawaiian Ramie Company
proceeded to make and is now making-extensive
improvements for the
purpose of thoroughly demonstrating
on a commercial scale the feasibility
of ramie culture and manufacture in
They have spent about $1 1,000 in
perfecting their machine and initiat
ing the culture of the ramie plant.
A plantation of 500 acres has been
started in Kcaau, Puna, f0 acres of
which is now planted or in process
of planting. The land has not here
tofore been utilized for any purpose,
being what has heretofore been
known as the ti swamp, on tho road
to the volcano.
Your committee arc of tho opinion
that tlio government should do
everything in its power to foster and
promote new industries, and that it
is a wise policy to encourage enter
prise in this direction by giving pe
cuniary assistance to those who un
dertake the risks of initiating any
new industry which will increase the
production of the country, and
which has a reasonable prospect of
The Hawaiian Ramie Company
has fulfiled these conditions, and is,
as the pioneer of what bids fair to
become an important industry of the
Kingdom, entitled, in tho opinion of
your committee, to assistance.
Irrespective of any claim which
thoy may have under the law of
1881, or by reason of their owning
an improved Ramie machine, they
should be assisted, for the following
reasons: 1st, It is of great import
ance that this industry be tested
thoroughly, as a successful result
will open a field of labor for the
small cultivator, will bring into cul
tivation a vast area of land unsuit
able for the cultivation of cane, and
will greatly increase the wealth of
the country. 2d, The men who arc
now in charge of the Ramie Com
pan'ys business have had several
years practice and experience
with the subject, and are better
fitted to carry on the test than any
othor persons available for the pur
pose ; 3rl, With "the exception of the
Ramie Company, there is no person
or company in the country doing
anything to test the subject, and if
the Ramie Company should aban
don its enterprise the probabilities
are that it would bo the last that
would be heard of the ramie busi
ness in these islands for many years
Therefore in consideration of theso
facts, and of tho further fact that
the Ramie Company has already
gone to heavy expense, and will
have to incur a further large outlay
of money before there can be any
possible return, your committee re
commend that the following items be
inserted in the Appropriation Bill ;
1 Hawaiian Ramie Co., in aid ot
ramie cultivation and manu
2 Hawaiian Ramie Co., in aid of
ramie cultivation and manu
facture, to be paid to such
company upon the exporta
tion of teu or more tons of
ramje fibre, to be sold ut not
lcs Jhnn 8100 a ton 7,500
, 'J Sitch sums to be in lieu of the
$10,000 mentioned in the law of
1884. L. A. TiiuitsTON,
C. R. Bisiioi,
Waltkii M. Giuson,
A. S. Clkgiiokn,
J, L Kaulukou,
The same member also read a
statement of the Minister of the
Interior, relativo to tho promise re
ferred to -in thcreport. Also read
a statement of the company's pres
ent condition and operations,
Rop. 'Nahlni'i moved the roport of
the committee be adopted. Carried.
Rep. Thurston moved a suspen
sion of the rules to take tho bill in
troduced by Minister Gibson relativo
to admission of certain goods from
tlio South Sea Islands, free of duty,
from tho table. Carried.
Rep. Richardson reported back
certain bills engrossed.
Rop. Brown moved a suspension
of the rules to take from tho tablo
the bill introduced by Mr. Dole to
nmend articles 05 and 08 of tho con
stitution, havo it read by title and
referred to the committee in charge
of the Judges bill. Carried.
Minister Gibson stated in answer
to the enquiry of tho honorable
mombcr for Koolauloa yesterday,
about tho Japanese store, that thu
store lu question is without a license,
but that tliis is a matter properly
under tho jurisdiction of tlio Police
Department. The Interior Depart
ment is ready to grant licenses, but
is not supposed to keep a detective
force to seo that storekeepers aro
provided with licences. This bloro
originated ns ft supply depot at tlio
lime of tho commencement of tho
Japanese immigration, for tlio pur
poso of distributing rice nnd other
articles on the plantations, but he
did not know of a general business
being carried on with (ho public;
and, in answer to a remark of the
honorable member for Koolauloa,
milled that if the said store was
being conducted as a general store,
it was in contravention of law, but
that his attention had never been
called to the alleged irregularity.
Minister Kanoa read the follo'whig
Hon. J. S. AValkku, President of
the legislative Assembly Sin: In
reply to the question of tho Hon. S.
B. Dole, the member for Lihite and
Koloa, requesting mo to state the
quantity of spirituous liquors that
have been removed from bond
during the last biennial period and
the names of the parties to -whom
such liquors were delivered or on
whose account they were withdrawn,
by each individual respectively.
I would beg to say that no wines
or spirits have been withdrawn from
bond or imported except for the
use of Their Majesties the King and
Queen and for foreign diplomatic
reprcsentalivesas authorized by sec
tion 517, part C, Compiled Laws,
and 11 duo respect for tho high
standing of those entitled to tins
privilege impose upon mo tho pro
priety of withholding details as to
P. P. Kanoa.
Minister of Finance.
Laid on the table.
The house took recess to 1 :30
Conthiued on page 2.
That very desirable Residence
ol Mr. S. J. Levey, on the
PlniiiQ .. l..f t.. :-..
lonini in main building, with suitable
out buildings; incidence is complete
with nil modem improvement; Stable
nnd Oarrinee House, elegant gaiden,
etc. For luriher paitieulnr-. npplv to
J. E. WISEMAN,
24 tw Real Estate Agent.
DUltING my ntisence fiom tlio King,
dom MU C. HUSTAOE holds my
power of nlinrney to act for me, and
MU. W. H. ItUDOY is authorized to re.
ceiytj moneys and sign receipt! for me.
S'-ap Works, Leleo, Honolulu, Aug
2d. lasc. 1711
MBr-IsM S. I. Co.,
r3?lie Best S5.onte
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kiiaiiea
'1 hi! new and staunch
Steamer W. G. E-3a!l
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
TUESDAY, September 14th.
The ste uner passes along the cnliio
coast of the leeward sldo of Hawaii, nf.
fording tourists 11 panpramu of clitiini.
ing scenery, and will stop at Kenlake.
kirn Bay, where sullleieiit lime is allow,
ed to visit ibe Monument of Captain
Tourists by Ibis loute icacli Piinaluu
at 5 o'clock on tho day after leaiing
Honolulu, being only one night on tho
ves-el, making the entire passage in
smooth water, At Punaluu theie Is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom there tourists will be conveyed
by liillroiul to Pallida, thence by stage
coach to Half. way Uous-e, where hoises
and unities will be in attendance to con
vey them to the Voleimo.
Totiribts will have two nights nnd one
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets for tho round trip, $50, which
includes all expenses.
Apply to HAURY AltMITAGE,
Agent, at Williams' Plioiogiapli Gallery,
Fort sin el, or ai the oillue ol llo 1. 1 S.
N. Co., Esplanade. ;t7U 0m
t -" 't .-hkc "ii. y
Crystal Soda forts
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Hodn, Lemonade, Harfaparilln,
Fruit Pynips nnd Kfsenec and
mado finni the puio Apple, all of which
wo guarantee to be the beSt.
xfiy We also invito parties intending
Marling Holes for the mo of ictil
ililnks and wishing fountain supplies
to call on us beloie going elsewbeie.
Tie Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Iiox fi97, Honolulu.
New Photograph Iiooins.
OVER Niehol's More, Fort street,
next tho Shooting Gnlleiy, Pie.
lures, Portraits and views. Fiist-class
work. Satisfaction guaranteed
.1. A GONSALVE8.
Will open 011 MONDAY next. 20 ly
NOTICE is hereby given that Mr.
JAR FOO SIN having sold out all
his interest in the Kong Wo & Co. Car.
pouter Shop, Nuuauu Street, to Mr. Ho
Su Kce, is no longer lespousible for tho
Company debts. 18 2w
ust be Sold below Cost
Within the Next SO Days!
Ladies' Bazar, U Fort Street
to secure Uargnln-i In
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets,- Foatkors!
Plumes, Flowers, Velvets, .Ribbons, Plush, Ornaments
and other Millinory Goods,
I mean wliat I say, come aiifl Sec for Yourselves !
E3TM1J.S. E. T.SKlDMOIlE.Mnnagcrot the Millinerv Dcnnrtmnit um i,
MRS. J. LYONS, Proprietor.
l'Ull lines of
IVoav GoodN by
Just icceived, ex Lapwing,
Prepared by .Tohann Maria Fari
tailnr ion Jnlicls-Plalz
Hollister & Co.,
P.O. COX 315.
General Business Agent.
Real Estate Agent,
Wildei'd Steamship Agent,
lent liurhngton Railroad Agent
jsiiicicsmiui woric ; ,.
Painting and r
vfl & 81 in Street,
.Entrances Xx-om Ifingy n.urt Merchant Sts.
Every description of work in the above lines performed in a flrst-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
EST Bell Telephone, 107. -5a (327 ly) qr Hell Telephone, 107. -a
JflHI ITT, i. 8 KaalMiii Street.
53 KWS, -
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WIIER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
j House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
SHEET IRON" WORK.
G. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing A0cnt-
42 Merchaiit St., Honplnlii.
My most fnlthlui attention will bo
given for tlm
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tlio residents of the
7 I wive.ial Islands of Hi! groii". fly
The White House,
No. 3.18 Nuunmi Sti-eof,
Honolulu, II. I,
Trlvnte Fninlly Hotel j Term? Rcnson.
able; First-class Accommodations.
MRS. J. YIERRA, Proprietress.
Pacific Hardware Co., I'd.
HONOLULU, U. I.
TVoveltiesr in Lamp Goods,
A new Invoice of Lanterns, Kerosene OH of the very
Dest Quality, Biovo, linages and Tinware.
ITIltEWPIlOOir SHly3-L.12 paint,
Recommended by Pne Underwriters or San Francisco,
etc, etc.- An actual Protection against Fire.
Harden Hand Grenades,
""lu "l lo UI0S uonBigmnent.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, etc.
a large consignment of
109 Fort Street. -
Honolulu, 1-1. T.
Custom House Broker,
Fire and Life Insurance Agenu
fH2 ly) -
-otsj,; Oarriutro Biiilflinnv
A tABGE 4 ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zcnlandia,
70 1 Queen & Fort Street Stores. tf
WIXjDJSIX'S H. S. CO.,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lnlmlim, Maul?
laea Bay, Makona, Muuiikona, Kit"
walhuo, Liuipulioehoo anil Hllo.
Returning, will touoh at all the.
alove porta, arriving at Honolulu)
ottoh Saturday afternoon.
Ht'7'tJ, . V.-, .,
I" ' ., 4.. ,.
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