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WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 181)0.
T , n ARRIVALS.
Stiur Klnau from Hawaii and Maul
c-tuir Kllmi'j.i Hull fi-um lluinukiu
St.nr Wulmanulo from vUdauU mid
Schr n.i.uoifioin Kauai
Schr Alni'v lroln Hunalol
fenr Luvliiln from Kuitut
flebr MoUitolu ft oni Ew.i
Stmr C It Hilltop from n circuit i Oahu
Stmr Knnlu f huh Kuiial
Stmr Hawaii for llnmnkua nt 5 p in
Schr Kaiilkcaouil for NVnluiua, iCauai
Sour llaluukalu for lluv.'iill
'Scllr Luku for Kuhatu
VESSELS I EAVIti J TOMORROW.
Stinr Pole for Lnlndiui and Kiikiilau fit
10 a in
Htmrlwalnul forLnhalun aud lluina-
kua nt 10 a in
Stmr Wniiiiaiiulu for Wuiulua and Wal-
anuo at 0 a nt
A in hi; James Cheston, Plumb, for
Poi t Townscnd
Schr Luvluiu for Kauai
From lliwntl and JUul, per steamer
Kiiiau, July 2 L'ajtt J O Loicuzeii and
'bilde, Miss X.iuey Daniels. V r Tliriun,
It ltyeroft, i lleileinmi, E I) IJaldwin,
A IIugjiii3, Woug lluw, A I.e Uaroii, A
Ij Tetsuiui, Mrs u Walker and 2 child
ren, Uoii J T aker, Ii llolllilay, Tarn
McGrcw, II rbcrtVlclicrnudwlte, Miis
Kcalo Iliunphruysi V ilooktmul, Ilev S
ICilll, Jtev J T Tobv, Miss II Sinitldes,
O L Wight, A M Spioull, W J Brodie,
Mis S A Tliurston, L U Lake, Akoui,
V Spencer, Mrs O 1J lCeiupstcr and
child, WW Biiiunur, W l I alilwin, U
W Dlekoy, Mts E U Dailies. Mra C
Kidder and 2 childien. and 71 deck.
i or Kauai, nur sunr Miknhul.i. July 1
PW Damon, J W Chanibeilnlu, Itev
A D Mssell, wife and 2 children, E
Winah, i bristi.ui Conr.idt, Masters Con
ladt (2), Willie Coinuull, Albeit aud
James ndd, .Miss Delelunan, Master.s
Puet (2), Itev J il Malioo, J W Hock.
Harry and Albeit Watei house, J Italic,
.Tr, thai and Arthur Wee. MUs JE U
Snow. Miss Castle, ltalph Wileos, and
For Maul, per stmr I.lkellko, July 1
F oyi-d Eaton, .A U ilder, D Center,
Pi auk Armstrong mi i !!j deck.
GAaaOES FROM ISiAliU PORTS.
Stmr Klnaii 0700 bags sugar, 300 bass
spuds, ;Jj bags curn, 80 bags pine
app, DO pigs, 0 hoitc and 1 colt,
OU bdls hides, -1 bdls ko.u eklus, 200
Schr ia Moi-2J10 bags paddy from
Schr Lnvlnia 1100 bagi sugar from1
Schr .Miiry 1100 bags sugar from Ila-
Stmr KiUuca Itou 3 00 bags sugar aud
SO head cattle from Ham iku i.
The schooners Mary and tCa Mfd will
le ivo on Hacuiduy fur lluu.ilel and I'uua
'llio buik James Cheton, Captain
riuuib, will leave lo-inonow moming
in ballast for Port Townscnd.
The brisiiut'ric Lur luc sailed from
llilo with u full cargo of sugar for Uau
The Biiilsli ship i on-owdalo will
leave on Saturday lor 'an Francisco.
The Norwegian bark Thor will leave
for Puget Sound early nrxc week.
The bark Ceylon look in sugar from
the steamer Kluau this morning.
SPEXCEIt AtPauoa, July 2, to the
wife of C. Spencer, a daughter
COMMENCEMENT WEEK AT ST.
Monday, July 7, 0 a. m., exami
nations. Tuesda', July 8, 3:30 a. in., ex
aminations. "Wednesday, July 9, 9 a. in., lan
guages, military drill, (one divi
sion); 2:30 p.m., concert by the
College Band on the premises.
All are cordially invited to assist
at these exercises.
Friday, July 11, 3 p. in., closing
exercises. Admission by ticket.
These will be given to the pupils for
Tho Hawaiian Band will give n
public concert at Emma Square
this evening .at 7:30 o'clock. The
following is the piograramc:
"Overture Light Cavalry Suppe
Cavatiua The Pirate Bellini
Finale Taiinhaiit-er Wagner
BeinlnlscoiiQci of Weber Godficy
One Two Three Four, Jubilee, Ohele.
Medley Amei lean Airs. .' Deycr
Wuliz The fvrcna Waldtv ufcl
Polka A Good Kiss Oooto
EVEiJTS THIS EVENING.
Barge race between crews of the
Charleston and the Acorn, at 0.
r Services at Central Union Church,
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7:30
C Honolulu Rifles,
Oahu Lodgo No. 1, K.of P., at
' Mystic Lodge No. 2, K.
Engino Co. No. 12, regular meet
ing, at 7:30. '
Monthly meeting of Engine Co.
No. 1, at 7-80,
Monthly meeting Hook & Ladder
Co., ut 7:30. - '
Band Concert at Thomas Square,"
Reform mass meeting at Honolulu
Rides Armory, at 7 :30.
THE vomM AN'SPAPER
X "Tho Paljy Bulletin." 00 ccuw
per mouth. ''
LOCAl & CEHRRAL. t,
Mn. L. J. LoVry will hold his tcgU'
lar cadi.mlo livmoiicw morning, at
nl curs on tlio dth of
will run bpcd
July. Set; d
Tun now Hoard of Health mot for
tlio first time Tuesday, and adjourn
ed till to-day.
Tun annual election of officers
will tiiku placo tit tlio meeting of
Engine Co. No. 1, thin evening.
Mr. W. O. Lackl.uid and Miss An
nie llalntcnd weio niairiud lust even
ing, by tlio ltev. Dr. liockwilh. Tlio
Wedding was lirivnte.
Tun invitation committee far the
4lh of July. ball request any pors-on
who has not received aniiviution
to send his or licr name to them.
Tun attention of yacht owners is
called to the fact that entries for the
yacht races to tako place on July
ltli, will close nt 0. a. in,, tn-monow,
July I', ut the ofIkc of llio Hawaiian
FnoM Tvohula it is reported that
Ames A. Culler has lusigned tho
lminugcnvnit of the Hawaiian Mer
cantile Co , and that Mr. A. Tibbs,
lato in tho employ of T. II. Duvics &
Co., takes tho vacant position.
Mits. W. O. Parke, Mbs J. C.
Turko and Mr. V. C. Parke leave by
the S. S. Australia, Snluid.iy. Mrs.
and Miss Put ke will continue on to
Europe, and Mr. Parke will letnrn
to Ida law practice on tho some
Tire jury empaneled to enquire
into the death of the native woman
Hookoni, at Diamond Head, last
.week, has found that douth lesulted
from injuriod indicted by her hus
band and auoter man named Kelii-
I'eau Admiral Geonre Biov.'n, U.
S. N., and Cajituiii Oi o. C. Itenney,
comtuanding U. S. P. B. Cliarh-ston,
in company with His Excellency
John L, Stevciifc, viniled the mem
bers of the Cabinet- in their offices
Ivy Lodge No. C K. of P., institut
ed about thieo werl'.s siucoin KohUlu,
is in vorking Older, and adding to its
uumbers of l-uc1i as with to be saved.
It readies the young man of that
district for his good, and the lodge
supplies a long-felt necessity.
Stcamer J. A. Cummins leaves to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock with a
p.trty of gcntUmen, who will spend
i ho dth of July nt Kuhtilui, and
tl.eio attend tho homo races. The
Mcumor .vill be back deio Saturday
morning. Cunt. Nielson eays that
ho has loom for ti l.w more pasi
engcrs. A macs meeting of tlio Reform
paity will be held in tho Berctuniiv
utieet Armory, ut 7:30 this evening,
I-for the puipoco of ratifying the no
mination of Mr. i oung for the vu
caut beat in tho Legislature. lie
sides tho nominee, Motors. T. C. Toi
ler, W. C. Wilder, Cecil Brown, Jus.
P. Morgan, J. L. Kaulukou and J.
Etniueluth aro expected to speak.
The Myrtle Boat Club bovs will
hold a reception at their boat house
on the morning of the 4th, betweeu
the hours of 8:30 and' 11 o'clock,
when they will be pleased to receive
their friends. The Quintette Club
has been engaged to furuibh minde,
and tho position being good for see
ing the races, a largo number of per
sons will most likely accept the invi
tation. . '
A collision uccuned on Foit street
this moi niug. Cur No. 13 came in
ollisiou with a biuke driven by Airs.
Long. The brako was going up tho
btreet near Mr. Williams' furnituro
sit(ro, when a car camo down at a
rapid pace. Mrs. Long made an at
tempt to get out of the way, but be
fore succeeding in doing so the car
sttuck the brake aud tin list it aside.
Eyo witnesbes assert that the blame
attaches to the car driver.
CHANGED (US MIND.
Editor Bulletin :
Having read II. C. Reed's letter
in last night's Bulletin-, and feeling
I may be one of the few mechanics
that he alludes to, I would like to
state that I believe all he says a3 -regards
the success of tho Honolulu
Iron York3 under Mr. Alexander
Young's management; anil if the
coming election was for a. manager
for thu Honolulu Iron Woiks, I
would give my vote for Mr. Young.
But as it is for a sis-year Noblo to
the Hawaiian Legislature that is
quito a different matter. I heard
Mr. Young tell a story onco about
the success he was at road building
in Scotland, when he was only 21
years of age. I was a good many
years in Scotland niter that road
must have been finiblu'd, but I never
heard ot it until I heard him tell
the story himself in Kaumulcupili
Chuich, about 2J- years ago. I
thought it was good, and that it
qualified tho man for a Noble, and
fo I voted for him. But I have
changed my mind since, which I
think every man has a peifcct right
to do, and I will not voto for him
again, as I would rather see '18
Chinamen in the Hawaiian Legisla
ture than one Scotchman like Mr.
A. Young. I would advise all me
chanic aud working men, Brother
Scotchmen in particular, to voto for
Mr. A't'xandor Young to stay at
'home and mind tho foundry, where
lie has proved such a bitccc3s ; and
I hope he will have twico as big a
pay roll in tlio year 1000 as lie has
in this yea: of our Lord 1890..
G. L. D.M.L,
-Honolulu, July 2.
M1LX AfflUJWWJN I JLIUJHULULU, IL
i ! i i i in ii j-ba iy-1-umafTWMWit fi j' iimitww - im . i i
f HE LMSLif IE,
TcesuAv, July 1.
Tho motion to lay the military
tionuuUtec's lepoit on the table car
Noblo J. M. llonor moved tho
'Wlnmas, Conililaiut is made
that our present laws enforce the
expendituro of largo sums of the
public revenues of the kingdom for
what appeals to be only for the im
provement and protection of private
property in Honolulu which tho pub
lic have no interest in ;
'Therefore resolved, That a
committee of five members of this
House be appointed one from
Kami, two iiom Oahu, ono from
Maui, fliul ono from Hawaii to
thoroughly examine the subject com
plained ot, and, if upon examination
they shall find tacts to justify, they
shall rcpoit to this House a bill
which in their judgment will lend to
cure tle defect.'"
Iirminpurt of his resolution ike
lion. Noble said that the protection
of Honolulu from tire, aud providing
lor lis sanitary welfare, justly ought
not to bo a burden on the country
taxpayers. No government in the
world takes the burden of a city's
streets and other conveniences on
tlio general revenue. Eveiy civil
ized city of his acquaintance bears
the expense ot keeping up its stieets,
its fire protection, and sanitary ser
Noble "Widemnnn said this was
no new subject, as twenty yea3 ngo
it was on the floor of tlTis House.
The mover had not taken fully into
cousideiation the difficulties that
would attend municipal government
in this city. The waterworks would
not pay a revenue of one percent to
the government. The biggest fraud
of all that the Government support
ed here Mas tho electric light.
Noble Homer said he Vins not
aiming at a municipal government,
but wanted a committee to examine
the whole subject. Peihaps that
committee could discover a feasible
system of municipal government.
Hep. Paehaole said the House
should not try to run the Govern
ment. Tho resolution carried and the
President appointed under it the fol
lowing committee: Nobles J. M.
Horner, Iscnberg, Baldwin aud
Wideinann, and Uep. Uarque3.
The President appointed Rep.
Lucas in place of Minister Gurainins
op the public lands committee. He
also appointed as the committee on
salaries of Supreme Couit deputy
clerks, auked by committee of the
whole, Rep. Kalua, Nobles McCar
thy nnd Marsdcn, Reps. Bush and
Rep. Nawahi moved a resolution
for the following nppiopriations for
llilo: Water pipes, CS30.000; Market
house, 85U0O ; Custom house 5000.
He 'said they had heard sonic grum
bling just now about the country
paying for Honolulu improvements.
Honolulu could now grumble about
Hilo's wanting appropriations for
The resolution was laid on the
table to be considered with the Ap
Noble J. 21. Horner moved the
"Whereas, Complaint is made
that prisoners nip maintained in
idleness that have been sentenced to
hard labor, thus escaping much of
their merited punishment and com
pelling the tuxpayers to maiutaiu
them in idleness, as well -as to lose
their labors upon the public works;
"Therefore reeolved, That His
Excellency tho Attorney-General
be hereby requested by this House
to get up a bill couched in plain
language, so that Cabinet Ministers,
Auditors-General, and other honest
men will not divide as to its mean
ing, to tho end that the prisoners
may be speedily put to work and
the people relieved from the burden
of maintaining them in idleness,
and avoid any misunderstanding in
the future as to the working or
maintaining of prisoners sentenced
to hard labor."
Noblo Widemann said he strongly
supported the resolution. If he was
Minister of Interior he would keffp
the prisoners at work on the roads,
no matter what decision tho Su
premo Court might give, nnd he
would submit his action to this
House for judgment.
Noble Horner moved 'the resolu
Minister Peterson seconded tho
Rep. Nawahi thought there was a
niirger in the fence, The lion. Noble
never said anything about idle pri
soners till the new Ministry took
olllce. He might littvc dinwn up
the bill himselt, as he had made u
pretty good job of lib) lailway bill.
He moved the resolution bo return
ed to the mover.'
Rep. Kalua spoke In a similar
strum. The Attorney-General was
not a very big man, nnd if work
wu3 piled on him he might be crush
ed. Jle moved tho resolution be
laid on the table. Carried.
Minister Brown read a first time
ono of his bills to amend the Sav
iugs Bank Act.
Rep. Marques read a first timo
his bill to regulate the interment of
the dead. The preamble alleges
neglect by the Hoard ot Health of
its functions in thu matter of burials,
Provision is tuadu to allow bodies to
Jttcp. Mnrqiies hleo gave notice of
ft bill to amend and iclso tLu Con
Noblo Phillips read a first lime by
tillo his bill to authorise and pro
mote the construction nt sleiim inil
ways on the' Wand of Hawaii. Re
ferred to boleet railway committee.
Noble Phillips, having voted wllli
the majority yesterday on the pass
age of the bill relating to mortgages,
now moved that the bill be recon
Rep. Brown moved, seconded by
Noblo Macfarlnne, that thu bill be
referred to n select committee.
Rep. Kalua moved, seconded by
Rep. White, it be referred to the
committee of the whole.
Noble Widemann believed the
committee of the whole would never
know the cause of misunderstand
ing on this bill.
Noble Moefurlanesaid there seem
ed to have boon a misunderstanding
about this bill, or it would never
(have passed. It was simply a meas
ure to lcgnlixo ttio uiipiofvssionnl
practice of Mr. Cu3tle. The bill
was unconstitutional in being retro
spective in its operation.
Nobis Baldwin bad introduced the
bill, but had no personal interest in
it. The hon. Noble lor Oahu was
too personal in ills leuinrks. He
had asked several persons about it
before introducing the bill and they
considered it a good bill. Theie
was a clause in the mortgage law
which was indefinite and hail been
construed differently by different
lawyers. He wa3 in favor of refer
ring it to a committee.
Noble Macfarlnne said tlinl, so
far as Noble Baldwin was concern
ed, that lion, member probably be
lieved it was a good bill,but his legal
friends should have told him il was
Rep. Lucas was in favor of this
bill going to a committee. As the
Advertiser said this morning, the
time, of the House was worth 100
an hour. He did not know whether
that came from W. R. Castle, or II. ,
but this House should not spend
time in passing laws for the poisonal
benelit of anybody. If W. It. Cas
tle had got his neck in a lope, it was
not the business of this House to
The motion carried, and the Pre
sident appointed, as the select com
mittee, Rep. Brown, Minister Peter
son, Nobles McCarthy aud Corn
well, and Rep. Cummings.
Rep. Kalua moved that, whereas
the owners of qertuin newspapers
have supplied conies thereof to the
Assembly, the Sergeant-at-Arms be
instiuctcd to ascertain llio number
of papers furnished from each, and
what papers the members of the
House dcbhc, and pay for such pa
pers at the rate of live cunts a copy.
Noble Widemann read an inquiry
to the Attorney-General, as to the
amounts paid by the Government to
outside attorneys for either civil or
criminal business during the past
Rep. Lucas read a first time his
bill to amend Sec. 102, Civil Code,
relating to the rates of fare to be
charged by boatmen in Honolulu
Rep. Waipuilnni gave notice of a
bill to divide Kona into five taxation
The same member read a resolu
tion appropriating $1-1,000, 810,000,
SS000, and $8000, respectively, for
.different roads in Kona. Laid on
the table to be considered with the
Rep. Kahookano moved a rosolut,
tion to appropriate So for taxes paid
twice by a person in Koliala, and on
his motion it was referred to the 11
Minister Brown rend his bill to
give greater security to depositors
in the Postal Savings Bank ; nho,
another bid in amendment of the
Postal Savings Bank Act.
Noble Pua read a resolution for
$848.25 to reimburse a rice com
pany for building a road at Palumu,
and moved it be laid on the table to
be considered with the Appropria
Rep. Rosa moved it be referred to
the judiciary committee to ascertain
if the claim is a just one. Carried.
At 3:52 the House adjourned.
"Wednesday, July 2.
House met at 10 o'clock.
Rep. Brown, front Alo, for$3292.t
85 for making a well til Luakaha.
Rep. Puehaole, from Paahao, to
allow his son to return home from
Mulokni. Sanitary Committee.
' Rep. Kainai, irom liana, to
abolish tlio Board ot Health. Sani
tary Committee. From same place,
to have the Palace wall rebuilt.
Laid on table. From same place,
to dismiss the Government physi
cian at liana. Sanitary Committee.
From same place, that the lepers bo
allowed to return to l-hcir homes.
Noble Pun, from Honolulu, to
prevent foieign doctors treating na
tive). Sanitary Committee. From
eame place, ( uames, to open a
road from Likellko btreet to Wilder
street, and for 810,000 for such
new street. Public lands-Committee.
Uep. Walpuilani, from Kona, for
81000 to repair the cotirthouso at
Kail u a, also for tho same amount to
repair the courthouse at Hnokcnn.
Laid on table to bu considered with
tho Appropriation Bil,
., J USA, 8,
Ron. 11. W. V'ileox rend it report
ci the committee on mUcelliincous
petitions, on n largo nuniher of pu
titions referred to il. Committee
recommended a disposition of Hhc
petitions to other committees, to
dcpnitmetils of the government, and
to tho table. Adopted.
Rep. Cuintnlngs icporkdfroin tho
public lauds committee, on the peti
tion for unter pipes at SenUcw, re
commending an appropriation of
$7000. Liid on table to bo con
bideicd with Hie Appropriation Bill.
The same committee recommend
ed the appropriation of $2000 for
repair of a certain road on Molokni.
Laid on tho table to bo considered
with the Appropriation Bill.
The same committee recommend
ed that SSOOO bo appropriated for
repairing the road from Waikaha
lulti bridge in Honolu'u. Laid on
the table to be considered with thu
The same committee iccommend
cd $0000 for the extension of Bere
tania street, and JoOOO for a new
road to the Asylum. Laid on the
tnblo to be considered with the Ap
Noble Macfarlnne presented a re
port ot me nuance committee on a
petition from Kona, that the salaries
of His Majesty and other olllcers bu
reduced, recommending it be laid on
the table to be considered with the
Appiopilntiou Kill. Adopted.
The same committee reported on a
petition to refund 81.70 taxes, recom
mending the itibcttion of an item in
the Appropriation Bill. Referred
to the Finance Minister.
Noble Widemann said he had re
ceived pamphlets from Mr. Dilling
ham giving information on the ques
tion of railways.
The President ordered the mes
senger to distribute the pamphlets.
Rep. White moved a resolution
for 83000 for a road from Luhainn
to Kawttiilu, and another for n road
on Launi. Laid on the table to be
considered with the Appropriation
Noble J. M'. Ilorncr gave notice
of a bill for teorgani-ing the Hawai
ian Postut Savings Bank.
Rep. Kalua moved a resolution
that the Cabinet be requested to
state their policy.
Minister Brown said: We arc
ready to answer now. Generally
the policy of a Ministry is foreshad
owed in the speech from the llironc,
but we have had no such opportu
nity. Our policy is to promote such
legislation as will be conducive to
the benefit of all classes. We shall
ask for liberal appropriations for in
ternal improvements, more especi
ally fir deepening the entrance to
Honolulu harbor, which in our opin
ion is a matter of great importance.
We shall endeavor to promote an
elllcient, at the same time nn econo
mical adufiuistratien of public af
fairs. And last but not least, we
are pledged to preserve the iudc
pendunce and autonomy of the king
dom. This is of course a very com
prehensive policy and we cannot do
it all ourselves, but if we have the
assistance of this House we shall be
able to carry it out.
Rep. Kauhi was very much pleas
ed with the policy of the Govern
ment. He moved it be reduced to
writing and signed by the Ministers
and published throughout the king
dom. If the memories of Ministcis
were as bad as his was, he was
afraid they would not remember
their policy unless it was written.
Noble J. M. Horner moved the
following: Inasmuch as the law of
the country demauds that the pris
oners bo kept at work, and inas
much as the Ministers say they can
not employ the prisoners because the
Auditor-General will not audit the
bills, icsolved that Hie Minister of
.the Iutoiior be authorized to employ
the prisoners on the roads, and this
House pledges itself to provide pay
ment of thu expenses, He said tho
Ministers could not stay in their
scats if the prisoners were kept lock
ed up in idleness.
Noblo Widemann asked tho Min
ister of tho Interior whether the
prisoners live on air or got their
Minister Spencer They are get
ting their regular supply of food.
Noble Widemann Who pays for
Minister Spencer The 'Govern
ment. Noble Widemann Hoes tho Auditor-General
sign tho drafts for
Minister Spencer I believe there
have been no drafts.
Noble Widemann said tho matter
before the Court had nothing to do
with making the prisouors work ao
cording to law.
Minister Spencer I bcllevo this
House is the highest tribunal in the
land, nnd if this House gives me or
dei s I have backbone to carry them
Minister Peterson said there was
some misapprehension in regard to
tlio matter. These prisoners wero
suppoited from tho appioprialion
for "support of prisoners." That
appropriation was not exhausted
ami it had nothing to do with whe
ther the prisoners were nt work or
not. Homo members seemed to
think that the Mluistry did not
want the prisoners to work. They
would have been glad to put them
to work the day they took olllce.
He admired the facility with which
soinu peoplo spoKo of over-ruling
opinions of the Supremo Court.
The opinions of the Supreme Court
were ns much bindlug on tho pre
sent Cabinet as on thu last one,
A:. Horner had snld that llio Mcis
tefj did. not wish to btvVc llielr bonds
untied, although not otic of them
voted against his resolution of yes
terday. Noble Homer Thevdid not 'oto
for it. ' "
Minister Peterson snld he would
voto for tins resolution, with nn
amendment striking out tho words
"which the law demands."
Noble Widemann mid the repoit
of the Minister of Finance mention
ed that the fund for "support of
prisoners" was exhausted. Thu
law says they shall woik on the
roads, and no Supreme Court could
wipe that out.
Noble Horner accepted the amend
ment, nnd the resolution as amend
ed was passed.
The President read an invitation
to Hi Legislature to attend the ball,
on the evening of July 4. lie also
appointed, as the select committee
on Alo's petition, Hep. Brown,
Nobles Isenberg and Pua, Rep.
Paehaole, and Minister Spencer.
Rep. Nawahi moved a resolution
that, whereas it is the universal
wish of the people to have a consti
tution giving equal rights to nil, tho
Ministers be requested to state if
they intend to bring forwnrd n new
constitution this session.
Minister Brown said if the hon.
member would give them :i moment,,
they could answer the question im
The President snid he should hnvo
stated at first that the resolution
was entirely out of order. The hon.
member might as well ask the Min
isters if they intended to hold a
Rep. Nawahi moved that the rules
of order be suspended to put his
resolution in order.
The President said the entire sub
ject was out of order.
Recess was taken from 12 to 1:30
Mr. J. M. Cutnaru, Jr.,
thorized collector for tho"
is the nu
Fnr.su Havana nnd Manila cigars
may bo had at C. J. McCarthy's,
Tun Kapu Brothers will despatch
nu excursion launch, from 'Aki'a
landing to and around Foul's island,
eveiy hour, beginning on tho arrival
of tho first train, on July dth.
- -- -.i ..I .
Mn. Jus. V. Morgan will sell at
auction to-morrow morning at 10
o'clock, at the Bay View Retort, near
the Oahu Railway Depot, all goods,
chuiites, and effects pertaining
' F yon want a lino cigars
to C. J.
Engine Co. No, 1, Attention.
THE annual meeting of this Com
pany will be held TUfS (Wednes
day) KVKSI.VG, at 7:30 o'clock P. M.
A hill attendance requested.
J. D. MCVEIGH,
595 It Seciotary.
A SPECIAL meeting of stockholders
of the Huwiiliuti Pacific Cable Co.
will bo livid on TliUKSDAY,July3,
1S!0, at ihe hour of 10 o'clock a. m., at
the olllce or J. A. Magoou, Attorney,
Honolulu, II. I., to vote upon n propo
sition to mortgage the property for con
struction expenses. This call U under
Article 7 of the Byo-luws. A full at
tendance is requested.
, J, b. BtimiOLOMEW,
591 td President ,t Treasurer.
Mooting of Stockholders.
NOTICE Is hereby given that a spe
cial mceiing of the stockholders
of the Oahu Hallway & Land Co. will
bo held nt the olllce of tho Company on
THURSDAY, July 17th, 1690, nt 3
o'clock i m., for tlio purpose of accept
ing the road from the contractor, and
amending the by-laws.
By order of the President.
W. O. ASHLEY,
590 td Seoiefciry.
Hawaiian Tramways Co.
4th. of July Arrange menta.
OTS this day tho U hourly cars will
run between Clilneso Theatre and
Walkiki comincuclngat ChlneseT'lieatrc
ntOMG AaM., thereafter ut 10 and 1G
minutes past each hou, tholaBtcnr will
leave for Wulklkl ut 5:10, for Ititlo
Wulklkl for town nt 9 and 32 minutes
past each hour coiumuuciu; nt 10:02
until 0:03 I'. M. 595 21
Tho Kapu Bros.' Steam
Launch will run every hour
from Aid's whuif In tho
Ewa Lagoon to and nrouiul Ford's
island, beginning with tho arrival of
thu flr.-t train from Honolulu on the
morning of 1'rlduy next, tho Pourih of
July, off -ring a rare opportunity for u
pleusant excursion on Pearl lUvor
ftjjrllefioshmeiits at holiday prices,
to ho lud oil tho Launch and at Ford's
Sposlil Holiday naiss ot Faro
K3T Tickets frvin Akl's hnif to, or
around KnrdM Island, aud return,
Twenty-lho Cents (J5u). M)5 'it
JFOH SALE OI1EA1
A COMPLETE outfit for making nnd
dispensing carbouutcd bevvrugta
all lu good Older. Addregs
631 3nj Wuluhluu, Hawaii,
Ooaaraclxg ut 10:30 A'. M. Bh&rp.
I YACHT RACE.
Open to nil Yachts over C tons nnd
not exceeding 10 tons In mensurtuient,
piovlded, however. Unit this limitation
i-hnll not apply to Yueht.o which were lu
Hawaiian waters nnd that entered for
tbeiaeoof July 4, 183'J.
The Hawaiian Challenge Gup &
Pennant for 1890,
Donated by tho Hawaiian Yacuxino
Association, to bo sailed for nuuuully
unit eondllioiuiliv under its auspices
Won July 4, 1890, by Yacht Ileal
2d Prlzo 350, donated by tko
July Celebration Committee
2 YACHT RACE.'
Open to all Yachts below 5 ton mea
surement. 1st Prize, 850; 2d Prize,
$30; 3d Prize. 820; 4th Prize, 10.
Donated by the 4lh July Celebration
Two or more boats must start to make
a raco; three bouts must start to claim u
2d prize; 5 boats must start to cltbn a
3d prlzennd seven boats must stnrt to
claim a -1th prize.
YachN In Race 1 will assemble off
the Pacific Mull dock nt 10 x. M. A
preparatory gun will be flicd on tho
Judges' Hoat at 10:15 a. m. The start
ing gun will be fired nt 10:30 a. m.
Notice to assemble tho Yacht In Rncu
12 will be given by die filing of u gnu
from the Judges' Boat, one-half hour
before the starting gnu.
No one w 111 be allowed on the Judzcs'
stand except by special pm mission of
Each Yiicht'initst bo provided with a
SstT Coiuso to be sailed, and printed
rule, cm be had by all Yacht owncis
on application to the Secretary.
List of entries will bo open nt
tho Btoro of the Hawaiian News Co., on
Merchant street, until 9 a. m. the 3rd
C. B. WILSON,
C. P lAUKtiA.
.1. M. DOWSETT,
W. M. GiFrAni),
Secretary. , COS td
FOR SAN FItANCISCQ,
The Al Steamship
Will have Honolulu for the abovo
Saturday, July 5ih,
AX O O'cloolci.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents,
eat Cattle S
On MONDAY, July 21st,
There will be sold nt Public Auction,
nt Knhikinul, Maul,
100 Heafl Cows & Calves,
MORE or LESU.
, C3ST A good opportunity to
A. G-V SILVA,
55 & 67 Hotel Street,
Fnrnitnre, Matting & Capet Laid
.-. , Corn loo Poles,
'FtnTUpliorslcrlug and Bedding a spo
clalty. juno 10-ti
Bnlo of Fancy Articles !
THERE will bo a salo of Fancy Artl
clcs, chlelly Hnwaliiui, at Queen
Emma Hull, on FIUDAY, July 11,
1800, for tho benefit -of that Institution.
Iti'freshmoiits will bo served. 634 til
NOTICE to HORSEMEN J
rr ho Celebrated Ruii-
niudoali" "will stand
thl-i Ecason at tho
terms 830. For luilher
apply at the Dairy.
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
ALL persons on tho Islands ot Oahu,
Molok.-n and Maul, having claims
against thu lluwullan Pacific Cublo Co.
ato icquested to' present tho samo for
adjustment to W. O. Smith, Attorney,
ou or before July 2. 1690..
j, a. Bartholomew,
SOllw President ATrcnaurer.
Dr. HENRI O. McGREW.
au absence oi four years Jn
has returned to Ids homo
on the Inlands, for tho purpose of re
taining llio practice of medicine. He
may bo found ut Ids old olllco ou Hotel
Btreet between Fort and Al ikea streets.
.Office boius ft oui 8 to 11 A. m., and 3 to
4 aud'C to 8 V, if, . 670 In
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