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Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
IlillK Jlllll CVVJJN.
Wo have Just leecived 80 days later than
rontmcl cull for, a huge invoice of
the very best innko of Ladies' French
Kid Shoes, lty reason ol their late
arrival we have notified the ninnuf ic
tnrcr tlmt we shall toll them ou hU
account at just ONE-HAM'' of the In
This Sale will continue until the eulitc
Stock has been disponed of.
Our 7 Shoes will be sold for only
Dnrlui; the nel,:to dnjs we will sell pur
$7 50 Favorite Jersey for only
Our &5 Jersev for only $3.
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
50c. on the SI.
Our entire line ol all wool l)i-,bs (lords
In plmiU, fell ii' the newest pultuns
will be i-old at !0c on the $1.
A special feature hi our Dies Goods
Dcpaitmcnt tlil- week will lie the
40 Piocesjof Silk Brocades at GOc. a Yard,
former price, $1.
Thii is the grcate-! liitigam piccnlcd
by us this season in coloied I)re
50c on the $1.
Embroidcriow uutl Jiioch,
Over 200 new patterns! have been add
ed to our all-ieady immense block.
CAIiTWlUMlT A WAKBN'H
for Ladle-, Gents and Ohlldicn at
, COc on lliu i?l.
Our l!."ic Balbiigau Vest is extra good
value. ' -
No snob oppottunlty to purchase thee
voild.ienov.ned iroods at half price
e.an po-Mlily occur iipiiin this scui-tin.
168 tats' "$12 Suits.
Coat, Vest anil Pants for only $0 00.
The Gieatest Bargain eerollcicil in
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
' FORMKIl PB1CH, 7 .10.
The'se ine all tihnimil nieely and well
104tii oay. coxtixuku.
Pine Straws, Flowers,
AM) A KUI.I, LINK Ol'
nids of Oltoii'u 1'iints lor 81.
1 10 yaids of l wide Cotton foi !?1,
', 14 ,aids of Unbleached Cotton foi ?!:
41 ik 7 ot Uuits' line jueuw ear, ni nuc
on the $1,
118 do', ol Gink.' Summer Undeishiits
at Sine each, wotth 00c.
Gent's White Shirts
We I'laim to hae the lnitrest and
mot roinplck Snck in this elly, the
veiy best make and the very loweut
Eveiv Shirt warranted I.INF,N
BOSOM, LINEN CUFFS and GOOD
Our $2 00 Shirt we will sell for 80
days only at 1 45 each, Lencer
bought by single one or 10 dozen at the
THIMUI'.U AND DM'IUMMKO
Our $S Parasols for 4 1.1.
Our ijli Parasols, for .;'! 'lo.
Our .1 Parasols for 52 S5.
Our $tf Parasols tor .S2.
We have a few Children's Parasols
which wc will oiler for GO cent eaili.
i!00 dii of Mackinaw Hats at HOc each,
Our 2 SO lints- we will Fell at SI til,
Cg Conic and look at lhe-e Hats and
you cannot lc-ibt fiom buying.
Oui entire line of Hosier will bcsold
at f0c ou the 1.
Infants' Short Dieses, Cambric-Nan-
icok stylishly made and tiinnned
from GOo up.
The Ladies will Appreciate the iol-
Ara-jiiie, at 2.1c a do, found- pi ice, 10c.
Chenille, nt 25c a livy, foimcr juice, COc.
Ourbl, ftJ and i?3 Prnnpoins will he
sold dining the next 'M days for 1 CO
per df'.t n
Remember, this Sale is only for
Call Early and Secure your Uargaina.
CHAS. J. EJSHEL,
The Leading Millineiy House, corner Fort and Hotel sticees.
IMPORTERS AND WHALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAJsT CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New-Goods Received by'evcry Packet fioin the Fastem Suites and Kuiope
Fresh Calilomia Piodureby eery Steamer. All oideio faithfully attended to.
and GoodB dclivcud to any part ot thecjtv lite of chuige. Island oideis foli
cited. Sntlsfiiclinn goal mitt ul. Pcht Ofilce UnxiyV Telephone Ji'o. !)'.'. ICSly
Election ol OfHcer.s.
AT the annual meeting of the Unluwa
Sugiu Company, held August SB,
1880, the following odiceis ivi-io elected
for the cnsiiiny yeai :
John H. Paly Prei-iduit
Peter C. Jnnes Tiuisiirei
.loseph O. Cartel Sit-ic-lmy
George J. Ilo-s Auditor
Directors Thos. H. Foster and .las A.
Hopper. J. (). CARTER,
Secietni'y Halawu Sujiur Co.
Honolulu, Auk. 2.i, 1SHII. 1 11 lm ,
IIIKRKBY give notice that from
anil after tills date, 1 will not
be responsible lor any ileitis con
tracted without the written onler of
myself or wile.
Honolulu, .Sejit. 10, 188ii. 28 :!ui
ItOOMS TO JLET.
2 NICE ROOMS to let, Miitablc lor a
ladv or gentleman. Applv a No, -I
Guri cu Lane, " 21 tt
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel &. Alulu-ii .Street.
Open every Day and Evening.
The Library conslnta at the iic--eiit
thni) of oyer Five Thou?and Volume-,.
The Reading Room Is Mipplicd with
about ilfty of iliu leading noiM-paiii-it.
A l'.ulor Is ptovhleil for eoiivuirallun
Terms of nirnibeihlp, Ilfty eenu u
mouth, pajable (ji.aitcily in advauee,
No formality leijulred In joining e.seept
r-llllllg llic llll,
.Stninein fioin foieigu coujitiien and
vUitoi-nfi oui tin oilier isluiuls aiouel-t-omuto
the looumat all limes us quests,
TliU Ai-roelation having no regular
means of support except the iluen of
inembei, it is expected that ie,-i(lenl.s
of Honolulu who ilcshn to' avail them-i-elves.of
it privilege., and all who feel
an iuteu-st lit maintaining an iiihtilmlon
of thir, 1,1ml, will put down their names
aiul'bceoiuu legular eouliibutora,
"S. 11. DOLE, Pie-ddeut,
M. M. SCOTT, Ylee-Pie,Ident,
JL A. PARllELfiE, Seeictavv,
Chaiuuaii Hall and Lllnaiy Cominiitee,
'l . S S?
WENIER ..& CO.
NO. t -jr-Oirj' M'X'JtJiJJiSa'.
Constantly on hand a largo assortment
of every ilesci lpt ion of Jewelry, Watches,
Gold and Silver Plated Waic, vtc.
House resttincil at 1 :10.
Consideration of the Electric lights
Seel ion 1. The light is hereby
yrantetl for the term of ten years to
C. U. lletger, his associates and as
signs, to maintain electric works and
to light the City of Honolulu with
Uep. Dickey moved to amend by
insiu'ting the words "The Minister
of Interior is hereby authorized to
grant inilo any person, associations
of pers-ons, or corpoiationthe light"
before the words "to maintain,"
etc. lie approved of the lighting
of the principal cities by electric
lights, but did not like the Tdea of
spending 82,000 a year in Honolulu
at, the expense of all the tax payers
of the Kingdom. Public money
ought to be spent for thu benefit of
the whole people. It would be well
to try the lights first in Honolulu,
but lie did not wish to sec it, at the
cost proposed in this bill. He had
been informed tiy Mr. hmitu, mi
gentleman named in the other bill
on the table, that the patent for
which he was agent, the Thompson
and llcnston patent, can lie placed
at S2,o00. He had aKo been in
formed on "ood authority that the
Thompson and llcnston patent had
driven out this patent in the princi
pal cities of the United States. He
objected lo binding the Minister of .
Interior to give this franchise to any
paiticular agent. It looks as if this
bill was being pushed through in a
manner giving it the appearance of
Noble Ri&hop said it was not many
years since electricity was first used
tor the lighting of streets and
houses. It was believed that it
would take the place of gas. In
stead of gas being discarded, it had
come into more general use. Light
ing by electricity was stitl an ex
periment. New machines and new
discoveries were constantly being
made. Thcro was not at the present
time a single city of any size lighted
entiiely by electricity. It was true
it was being used more or less with
gas, but in large cities gas was still
used. There could be found here
and there some street, large building
or square lighted by electricity. His
feelings were that they had better
leave this matter to the richer cities.
When the best method was found
out, then would be time enough.
To show they were not behind the
times, a gentleman from Boston in
formed him the other day that the
streets in the suburbs of that city
were lighted just the same as in
Honolulu. They know what the
lisihtins of Honolulu coots and there
should be more lights. II they
adopt electricity they could not say
what the expense would be. 'Which
was the better system lie did pot
know. With electricity it would
give a moie beautiful light than they
had now. It was not so much the
brilliant light in one place and dark
ness in another they wanted as a
light spread over the city. The
wisest thing to do would be to wait
and incrcse the present number of
lights. The Government owned the
present lights. There was a con
tract, but whpther jt was binding or
not he did not know. He moved
the section and bill be laid upon the
Rep. Kalua said this act would
not prevent another company from
coming here, any time, with another
and a better system,
Hep. Hrown said he hoped this
bill would not pass. This franchise
might become a vested right. If
the hill must pass, the amendment
of the lion, member for Makawao
ought to be adopted. He moved
the words "'and to light the city of
Honolulu with electric lights" be
struck out. '
Hep. Katinainano said it was thp
nature of man to be striving after
something new and he approved of
Hep. Hich-irdson said lie wold
like to have the views of the Gov
eminent on this question. Ho
wished to have information from tho
Minister of Interior respecting tho
present contiaet lor lighting tho
streets, especially as to whether the
passage of this bill would interfere
with that contract.
Minister Gilison said lie was not
piepared at that moment to answer
the honorable member. A contract
had been entered into by his prede
cessor, Mr. Gulick, and he under
stood there weie certain conditions
that had not been complied with.
It would be better for the matter to
bo subinitted to the Attorney-Gen
eral. This contract had been en
tered into with thu Government, and
was a bona lido ono. Those worn
his views tit present. There might
something arise that would invalidate'
Hep, Richardson said reason
for asking the Minister tho question
was, that during the recent exhibi
tion of tho electric light at Palace
Square a person interested in the
present contract for lighting tho
streets said that if thu Government
passed this electric light bill, u bill
for damages would bo presented
against thorn. Ho (the speaker)
)vas in favor pf trying electricity
for lighting purposes, if tho expense
was reasonable. At tho same time,
he was afraid of this old contract.
They may have, lo pay twice this
company for the electric light, and
damages to the old contractors. Ho
thought the Government should
have prepared themselves in the
matter. The house ought to be
careful not to enact a law thai
would cause anyone to bring in a.
claim for damages. Electricity
would cost a largo sum of money.
If the Government had no views, it
would bo better to postpone the
consideration of the bill. He moved
the further consideration be post
poned until the Ministers arc pro
pared lo inform the houso of tho
status of thu present contract and
the possible effect of this bill with
relation to it.
Hep. Hakcr spoke, in Hawaiian in
favor of the bill, without inteipreta
Hep. Hrown moved the ayes and
noes be taken on his amendment.
Hep. Aholo moved the further
consideration be postponed until
Hep. Kalua said the Ministers
might give the required information
in two hours. If they weie allowed
their own time, they might want
until after the close of tho session.
Hep. Kichardson asked how much
time the Minister required.
Minister Gibson said it was true
the Government had entered into a
contract with certain persons to
light thu city. This engagement
was a bona lide one on both sides ;
but it is alleged there is an omission
as to leference to Privy, Council.
Whether the fault was with the
Government or the contractor te
nuiilis to be seen. Theie may be
ground for a decided grievance on
the pait of these people holding the'
contract. In view of the engage
ment the Government had not con
templated any other arrangement.
But here is a plan proposed by en
terprising men, and the Ministers
are alive to the fact. This matter
of electricity was only in its infancy,
yet it was wonderful to think of tho
effects it had produced. He had
seen the electric light in San Fian
cisco at the Palace Hotel, New York
and Boston, when in the States
several ypars ago. He hail con
versed with Mr. Edison and was de
lighted to hear him talk on electri
city. In conversation with gentle
men interested in these electric bills,
one question was whether the Gov
ernment should take the matter in
hand or leave it to other persons.
It was a matter for tho Assembly to
consider, and he was happy to see
the members alive to it. The Min
isters had not brought the matter
forward, but were listening and
seeking information. He was not
prepared to say whether the Gov
ernment would take up one or the
other of these enterprises. It would
be for the best welfare of the city to
light it up good and cheaply.
Hep. Castle said they might find
themselves involved in the double
expense of paying for electric lights
and for a law suit for damages by
the present contract. The members
of the house do not really know
what the bill contains. He moved
its further consideration be post
poned until Thursday next, and that
meanwhile the bill be printed.
Second reading of an act supple
mentary to chapter !)9 of the I'cnal
Code,, relating to gaming.
Hcj). Brown moved the bill be
read by title. Carried.
The same member moved it be
considered section by section.
T:l'e first j,'d, second sections
passed as in the bill,
Hep. Dickey moved to strike out
all that part of tho section which
gave permission to the Minister of
the Interior to grant licenses to per
sons who wished to dispose of paint
ings, diawings, etc., by rallle or
chance. He considered irainbling
in nil its forms to bo wrong and de
basing in its character. If it was
wrong for a Chinaman to gamble for
ten cents, or a person to play poker
for 1,000, it was just as wiong for
a church socicty.to have a lottery or
a grab bag. lie did not believe in
excepting apy privijegeil pernor) or
class of articles.
Continued on puye 2.
GEORGE LUCAS, aXjx
Honolulu Steam Pinning Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Rrackcts, Window Frames, IHlnds,
Sashes, Doors, and nil kinds of Wood
work Mulsh. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds ot Sawing and Plan
nig, Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly attuded to nlid work
guaranteed. Orders fi out tho other Is
Onice, comer Alakea and Queen streets,
mutuaIi ir.u-i'iio.NK, USB.
1114 P. (). Hox 117. Km
W. F. BURGESS,
84 King street, : : Honolulu.
Cni-penier mill ltutliler. IlanunKo anil
Draylng and steamer Freight cat eftilly
Carriage painting done by n llrst-elass
workman at 78 King sticet.
Jobbing in above lines attended to with
pinmptiH'is, and charges aecoiding to
the amount and quality ot woik.
Olllcc Telephone, 202. Residence, IBS.
Ala ken, m:u uccii St.
the l-lext SO Days
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f ii n p - he was afraid of this old contract. and Ilulldcr.-KeMSl
H 83 H 1 a & SATURDAY. SEPT. 18. 188G.
w&L iesss" lis tin U -$ r
We! Ninth Grout Inventory Sale "Tit the Leading Millinery -THl? L)!tISLAT UjlE.
iHrf . Houae oi' Obus. J. Fishol.
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rSBIt lleiutJ of special inteicst to lluyers of fciiT-ounble
Ladies Bazar, 88 Fort Street
Having determined to give up huihuB, I have concluded to sc.lt off mv ENTIRE
sTOCIC OF GOODS at a GREAT SACRIFICE. Now lh your clianc
to secure Bargains in
Trimmed and Untrimmcd HatB and Bonnets, jTeathers,
PlumcB, Flowers, Velvets, Eibbons, Plush, Ornaments
and other Millinery Goods,
Also, cholre selection of Corpct, Ladles', MIri,cs' and Children'- lIoieiv, Under,
wear of nil kinds, and many other goods too numerous to name."
I mi what I say, com anil See for Yourselves !
USET MRS. E. T. SK1DMORE, Manngcr of the Jlillineiv Department, will bo
leaving for San Finnclt-ro In n short time, therefore ladles wishing her lo do any
millinery work, would do well to call early.
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
-Contract): utid !JiiilS'i.
Soies and ofllec lilted up, Estimates
given on all kind-i of btick and wooden
building!), PlaiH and Spcellieations fur.
nlslied CS1 Olilce, 110- Ueictania St.;
Mutual Telephone, J.V.i- Postotlice Box,
1H0. 322 ly
Bhoads & Greene,
House Builders and Architects,
Plans Specifications and detailed Draw.
Ingi- furnished for all kinds or wood or
brick buildingt-, and Estimates given
for the same. All jobbing piomptTy at
tended to and charges moderate. Any
of the above work entrusted to our care,
will receive our personal attention.
Orders from the other islands solicited.
Office ana Shop, 88 Queen St.
Honolulu, Jlay 7, 18S0. 323 ly
O sx l i ii e t mi sx 1c e r
Pacific Hardware Co., I'd
HONOLULU, II. I.
TVoveltieS"! in Lamp Groocl!?,
Anew Invoice of Lanterns. Keiosene 'Ml of the very
Rest Quality, Stoves Kanires and Tinware.
FIRE-PRO OIT SIIXINGL13 PVTIVT,
Recommended by Fire Underwriters or San Fianciseo,
etc , etc. An actual Protection against Fire.
Harden E-iand Grenades,
A Small Lot, to Close Consignment.
& lull lines of Hnidwarc, Agricultural Implements, vtc.
New GoodM Vty Every tStciiiiici". 07
.Tust received, ex Lapwing, a largo consignment of
Prepared by Johann Maria Farina,
ured by Johann Maria :
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
P. 0. BOX 315.
General Business Agent.
Honolulu, II. I.
(i:i Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canesjmd "talking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
rackctb, Cornice-?, Curtain Poles, &c.'
made ot Ibe latest designs.
Contractor, Carpenter A. Jluildcr,
House's and Furnituic Repaired,
the Best of Workmanship.
JCiil"Hi !f?'ii -per Day.
WoikSbop, : : 76 Maunakea St.
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
Practical Plumbers, Ons Fitters
and Copper-smiths, No. 71 King stieet,
Honolulu. ES?" House and Ship Job
, Work promptly executed. IDS
and Gas Fitter.
All orders for House or bhip work
t Shop next to Post Cilice, Bethel
Street. P. O. Box ISO Bell Tele
phone 424. 154 ly
R. ftftORE & Co.,
Ship's Blacksmith & General Machinist.
Real Estate Agent, Custom House Biokcr,
Employment Agont, Money Broker,
AVildei's Steamship Agent, Manager HawaiianJOpoia Hoti'-e,
Great Burlington Hailroad Agent Fire and Life Insurance Agent,
in America (1H2 ly)
Blacksmith 'Work :
79- k 81 Kim Street
Old Eosg Premises.
JIlntraiiccN Ix-oni Kiiij; nnd Blereliant S1n.
Every description of work in tho above lines performed in a tirst-clnss manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
UST Bell Telephone, 107. -j-Ml
(EST Roll-Telephone, 107. -fl
JOHI ITT, 1. 8 KaaMmanu Street.
2T All work Promptly
ami neatly Per.
A QOOD Buddie Hoisc, also woikft lo
Harness, Apply to 42
and Lock Smith,
No. CONuuanu fctrcet.
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
lllllli Soap Manufacturer.
Tho highest Csli value for anv quan
tity of Tallow.
Honolulu Scni YVoi'liN, J-elc'o
Hrll Telephone 8. P f. Knx 4 '
At Reduced Prices.
Water White & Standard
,T. T. WATEKIIOUHE.
Rethcl St., next to Potl-Olllce.
Sowing Machines of all kinds repaired.
All kinds of Light Machinery repaired
on Short Notice.
N.1J Good Workmanship and Charges
Hlriclly Moderate. P.O. Hox I'M.
124 Hell Telephono 424. ly
A-rfX HONOLULU IRON "WORKS,
asiiijj&aSt1-'''!'' engines, sugar mills, boil,
era, coolers; lion, brows nnd lead cast
ings j machinery of every dc&crlption
made to order. Piulleular attention paid
to ship's black smithing. Job work exe
cuted at short notice. 1
STEAI CAM FACTORY
itOHN, Piaotienl Confectioner,
IMstiy CooH unit lsalcer.
71 Hotel St. imw Telephone 74
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
TIN, COPPER AND
A Mi nt rsons who want to
Jr!L cnto with the Portuguese, either
lor bubincss, or for piocnrlng workmen,
BcrvnulB or any other helps, will find It
tho niOftt lirolltablo way to adverllBo In
tho Lhso IJuwuiiaiio, tho new organ of
tho Portucuoso coloiry, which Is pub
libhed on Merchant street, Gazette Build,
in--, (Post.Olllce Letter Box E.), and
only charges reasonable rates for adver.
G. E. MILLER,
Gcnoral Business & Purchasing Agent.
42 Mercliaat St., Honolulu.
My most fnithtul atten'iou will be
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tne residents of the
70 1 wnveral TslandH of till group, fly
The White House,
No. US rs'iuimiu tttroot,
Honolulu, II. I.
Private Family Hotel? Terms licason
able; First-class Accommodations.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zcnlondln,
70 1 Qiiiu-tiKfc Foli Street Storci. ftt
AVILirI31t'S H. t. CO,
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Jjalialim, Jilaa
laea- Hay, Makena, Mahukona, Ku
walhae, Laupahoehoo anil HIlo.
Returning, will touch at all the
alovo ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Saturday aftcruoon,