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JDA1LY ttULWfitnfc : HONOLULU, hi 1., JUL 8, iasb.
CORKER HOTEL & FOUT STREETS.
y LAST "MARIl'Os'A" I RECEIVKD A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry up Fancy Goods
Which rtro now opened out for inspection..
Choice Selection of French Sateenec I
Fast Colors, about ICO Pieces at 2f cents ft yard j
SCOTCH ZEPHYRS, tho Latest Novelties;
A New Line of TOYAL BATISTE ; ,
PERSIAN MULLS, in tlio Latost Deigns;
Xlnoii. Iiiavhh ! "Liiioii Lawiw !
wish to call the attention that I havo this senson importcil the Tincnt ami
Rest Selected Stock of
Of Rvurv Description. ISO pus to select fioni. I havo bought
1.500 Pita of Ertrol in Bond from tlic East
nVF.NT Y-FIFXI I DAY.
An liiinicmo Assoiluicul.
adjos in waul of Embioideries can s.ivo
".() por cent on every
Corner Hotel & Fort Htrcota.
B. F. EHLEBS & CO,
lr.un iryr iiccsivru a vwiy i-umi; .vFfionTM-nsT or
Staple & Fancy
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
CSenfjs i-fiii'iiiwliing" GJood, $ce., Aso.,
All will be sold at Reasonable Piiecs.
B)SJ Oui DicMuaking Depaitmcnt under tho management of MISS
CLARK will be re-opened about May 12tn,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
ICltl Gloves from C to 80 Buttons,
Sutines, Scotch GiDgliams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Tmnks, Bags & Yalises,
& Commission Merchants
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AUENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', Bl.u'ksmitl.8', Machinists' A numbers' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Kitchen Utensils, Paints),' Oils, VtunislieB, Lamp Goods and
Bldke's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Japo & Sons Family Medicines.
CRYSTAL -:- SODA -:- WORKS
JOHN GRACE, : : Proprietor.
SOLE MANUFACTURERS of "THE GREAT 31L001)
SABSAPAEILLA and IEOH WATER,
Sarsaparilla, Lemon, Cream
AERATED WATERS GUARANTEED TURK &
G4 1Z1JSG SXItEIST Ct
Mutual Telephone 330 "a o - Boll Telephone 298
tnaland orders promptly attended to.
UNION FEED CO,
RED ROOK FRICES-
jJull forma Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Moal,
Barley, Rolled Barley,
Middling Ground Hurley,
Wlieat and Corn Flour.
FLO UK iQrAltn, Golden Gate & Sailnns'-ei FLOTJlt
Felophones, No. 175,
Cor. Edinburgh & Quoen Btfl.
Monday, July 7.
Tho House met nt 1 itlO and io
"Divert into committee of the whole,
Hop. Rice in the chair, for consider
ation of the Appropriation Bill.
Judiciaiy department, continued.
Deputy Cleik Supremo Court,
S1000; iinrt Deputy Clerk Supicnio
Anieiulert, by recommendation of
select committee, to So'lUO for 2nrt
DUtiiut Judge, Ilonuaula, S800.
District Judge, Makawao, 82400.
Rep. Ilnlstctri 9poku at length in
both languages, in support of bis
motion to incicao to $''000.
Noble l'ua opposed the increase.
It appealed the people there had
been very bad la-4 period, but they
might Imvo a icvlval of religion that
would deci ease the criminal btisi
lies1. Rep. White was ujrniiist inciease.
Tic hoped members would not help
each other in laisin;; appropii.ilions.
Rep. Waipnilani moved to de
crease to $2000, the same as Ilama
kua. Rep. Kalna moved the item pais
ai- in the bill. The incumbent is an
.Noble Baldwin agreed with the
previous speaker, and spoke of im
portance of the district. He would
support the proposed increase.
liep. Kauhi was not interpreted.
Kissed as in the bill.
District Judge, liana, $1800.
Rup. Khinni !aid people of liana
wanted two judicial districts, and
moved the item be postponed (ill lie
bring in a bill. After remarks by
Rep. Kalun he moved instead to in
seit Ivipabulu, Kihtkanui, and Kau
Noble Widemiinn had no objection
to divibion if there were rpasons,
but if jio increase was asked the item
should be passed pending the bill
Rep. Nawahi was in favor of in
bcrling items for two, which would
obviate the necessity of a bill.
Noble Pna, Rep. Nawahi, and
Minister Drown spoke in Ilawaiiau.
Noble "YYidcmaiin thought a law
would be necessary if two items
weie passed, unless an amendment
such as ho pioposed would ellcct the
object, vU., giving the Supreme
Court discietioii for dividing the
district aud the salary.
Rep. Brown did not think a new
law necessary, as the Civil Code
gave authority for appointing two
judges for each distiict.
Noble J. M. Homer wanted an
interpretation of speeches in general
and Minister Brown's in paiticular.
The Interpreter said the Minister
favored passing the item, as other
wise the salary might be orei looked
Noble Baldwin favored the gist of
Noble Wirtcmann's amendment. He
doubted if the Civil Code piovision
authorized the division of a district.
Rep. Kamai added to his amend
ment, 'District Judge liana and
Koolau, 1800. This canied separ
ately. District Judge Kipaliulu, Kilnka
nui, and Kaupo, SG00. Passed on
casting vote of chairman.
District Judge Lanui, S'iOO.
District Judge Molokai, SI 200.
District Judge Ewa, 800.
Rep. Kauhi considered this his
linn to occupy the House at length.
Ewa was gaining in population and
importance, and would soon have a
police court. He moved to amend
to S1200. Carried.
District Judge Waianae, SS00.
Rep. Kauhi said the House had
now begun on the right plan of pay
ing district judges proper salaries.
He moved to increase to SHOO. Lost,
and item passed as in the bill.
District Judge Waialua, 8800.
Rep. Kauhi moved SHGO, Lost,
and item passed as in bill.
District 'Judge Koolauloa, S800.
District Judge Koolaupoko, SI 000.
Rep. Kauhi moved 9G0, Passed
District Judge Hnnalei,
District Judge Kawaiahu,
District Judge Koloa,
Clerk Fourth Judicial
Expenses of Supreme Court, 812,
Expenses of Circuit Courts, $10,
Expenses of witnesses; ciimitial
cases, 5000. Passed.
Purchase pt law books, $2000.
Slationaiy and incidentals, $2000.
Pay of interpreters for all courts
not specially piovidcrt for, 82o00.
Pay of Cleik Honolulu Police
Rep. Brown moved 'f.'lOOO. There
was a great deal of work and a man
could hardly live in Honolulu on
8100 a month.
Noble J. M, Horner bairt this was
one item he was iu favor of increas
ing, Jf nil tho bills for increasing
tViiafTirurtrrOrjitA rowiHne vm
licensei passed, there wotlkt bo n
great increase in Police Court busi
ness. Passed at 8HO0O.
Chinese interpreter and translator,
Hep. Rickard moved $1000.
Noblo McCarthy said the item in
the bill was nn increase of SG00 for
thu biennial period, and tlnught
that was enough.
Passed as in the bill.
Portuguese interpreter and tian
inlor, 81800. Passed.
Messengers, $2-100. Passed.
Printing repoits (for utiiomits
owing), $1081. S."i. Passed.
Department of Foreign Affairs.
Salary of Minister, S10,000.
Rep. Marques moved to reduce to
Rep. It. W. Wilcox did not think
thorc was any economy in cutting
down the salaries of heads of de
partments. Ciown Ministers had
to drosi well and give entertain
ments. Plantation manageis get as
high as SS000 to $10,000 a year. lie
would be willing to increaso Minis
ters' salaries to -512,000 each lor the
pciiod. Even if his political ene
mies wero in the ollleos he would
not like to sec their salaries reduced.
Passed as in bill.
Salmvof Secretary, $0000. Pass
ed. Clerks, $3 100.
Rep. Nawahi moved item be ic
fet i ed to a select committee.
Minister Brown said it had always
been customary to lump pay of in
ferior cleik, as often in mailing
times it was necessary to hire extra
help. It was also desired now to
give a deserving and oxpeuenced
uletk a small raise.
Passed as in bill.
Messenger, SI 200. l"Wcrt.
Envoy at Washingtou, $12,000.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox moved to
amend lo, Envoy and Minister Ple
nipotentiary at Washington, lleilin,
Paris, and London, S12.000.
Passed as in bill.
Clerical aid and expenses legation,
Salaiy of Consul-Gcneral Ran
Francisco, $8000. Passed.
Clerical aid and expenses, San
Francisco, $."000. Passed.
Diplomatic and Consular Service,
Noble Baldwin asked why this
item had been reduced oiiO-hnlf
from last pciiod.
Minister Brown said only $2300
had been spent.
Passed as in bill.
Expenses of foreign agents, to
include expenses at Paris Exposi
tion, 1880, $7000.
Rep. Kalua moved to increase to
Minister Brown said it had been
the intention of the Cabinet to ask
for an increase. It might be desira
ble to send agents abroad in con
nection with tieaty matteis.
Noble Marsdcn, after healing the
Minister's statement, moved 820,
000. Passed at $17,000.
Rep. Brown moved to insert,
Stale entertainments, $10,000. Car
ried. Incidentals Foieign Onice.SMOO.
Education of Hawaiian youths
Rep. Pachaolo moved to recom
mend that this item be referred lo a
select committee. Carried.
Relief and letuin of indigent 11a-
Rep. Rosa said he had received
by last steamer letters fiom several
Ilawaiians at Salt Lake City, Utah,
expressing a strong desiie to return
home, but saying they were in indi
gent circumstances. lie moved to
increase the item to $3000.
Rep. Brown said lie bad been the
representative of tho disti let whence
many of these people had gone. He
bad advised thcni not to go, and hu
had introduced the bill Kivinc Ila
waiians the same right as others to
leave the country. Tho people had
been moved to a region of back
country from Salt Lake, and it
would cost more than $;i000 to bring
them homo. Ho moved that tho
item be referred to a select commit
tee, and thought a communication
should be sent to Washington, to
ask if these people were being kept
in Utah against their will.
Noblo Parker said lie was in Salt
Lake City last July, and offered the
Ilawaiians passage home, trusting
tho Government would refund the
expense to him. He also made ar
rangements for their transportation
from San Fraucisco on the Oceanic
steamers, and consulted with the
Ilawaiiau Consul on the matter. But
the people had moved back as
slated, and Mr. Thurston, to whom
he had reported their condition,
finding that tho people made no sign
of accepting offers of help fiom the
Government, let tho matter drop.
He would support reference to a
Noble Crnbbo related an inlcr
viow lie had with one of the Ilawai
ians iu Utah last year.
Rep. Kauhi said these people had
followed tho Latter Day Saints away
contrary to friendly warning, and
wero not like those who had gone
away to make n living on whale
ships. This being the caso they
should be allowed to stay away and
be buried in Utah. When would
these people learn anything? First,
they hud been taken over to Lnnai
and got nothing for it, then over to
Kooluti to work for those people, and
now they have been led away to
Utah, They hud plenty of oppor
tunity to worship God at home, iiut
thought they would bu nearer
heaven at Utah, So let them stick
iu Skull Vallov. If the country
laid $.1000 lo bring them lioinc,Uiey
should be put to woik on the roads
immediately on arrival.
Rep. Rosa withdroir his amend
ment, and the reference to commit
Minister Brown moved to refer
the following items to the military
committee! King's Guards, $35,
000; Hands, lings, and salutci,
i4fi,000; Aid to volunteer military
Rep. Rosa suppoitcd the motion
and it passed.
Old account A. W. Herring
uniforms $003.01, interest $141. 1G,
Rep. Brown moved to lofcr to
some committee as previous items.
The committee lose, reported its
proceedings, and asked leave to
sit again. Adopted.
The President read an invitnlion
lo members to attend closing exer
cises of St. Louis College at 0 p. in.
The President appointed the fol
lowing committee to visit Molokai:
Rep. Pachnolc, Nobles von Temps
key and Marsdcn, Reps. Nnvvolii,
Rice, and Kalua, Nobles Hurchardt,
Macfarlanc, Pua, Phillips, and Mc
Carthy, Reps. It. W. Wilcox and
White. The last named was at his
At 4 :10 the House adjourned.
Imperial Dhcct from Havana,
O. O. BERCEE3.
eat Cattle !
On MONDAY, July 81st,
Theic will be sold ot Public Auction,
at KuhiMiuil, Maul,
100 Him Cows & Calves,
Oceanic steansUp Coi'f,
From San Frnnoisoo.
Zralandia. . .
Alameda. . .
Mariposa. . . .
Zcalatulia. , .
Leave Due at
S. F. Honolulu
, . July 20 . . Aug 2
Aug 2I' . Aug 30
. Sept 20. '...Sept 27
...Oct 18 Oct 25
..Nov lfi Nov 22
.. Dec 111 Dee 20'
For San Francisoo.
Tunsmr, July 8.
The House opened al 10 o'clock.
There being no quorum present,
recess was taken till 1 p. in.
MOHI3 or I.1SSH.
C?T A good
nppoitmilty to procurrt
r;- i m
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
Accountants, Collectors, OominUsloa Afjonts and
Cufctoa Uoaeo Brokers.
feBfil. Mason, Artist,
Studio, No. 27 Alukoa Street.
Foi morly of Now Yoik, would infoi in
the public that she U prepaicd to nil
all oilier for Pastels, Oil, VV.itcr Colors
and India Iul: Pot trails.
3" Samples of woik can ho seen at
Studio and llninillnn Huue Parlors,
"VTOTICT: is hciuliy given Hint the film
IN ot ihe Hawaiian Hotel Stables Co.
has been lcuigunicd. George W. Mae
ftilmie, E. R. Miles, W. Aii3ltn "Whit
Uu;, tuistee and Tlios. S. Kay, have ie
tiled from said linn and all inteic-ts
am now vested In D. PuiilR. Iscnberg,
V. H. Cm n well and S. I. .Shaw, who
as co-partnera under said finn name
will cmy on the business of Hack,
Uonidiug and Licry Stables and Im
portcis and Dealer In Live Stock.
Cornvvell, resident of W.dluku, Maul.
Sh.iw (.1 lsenbeig, iuidcnis of Hono
lulu. tkvvaiian Hotel Stables Co.
D. PAUL K. TSr.NllERG,
S. I. SHAW.
Honolulu, .Itiui 9, IS'JO.
Are nt all tltuii propnicd lo tier
form nny tl(cilptt)ii of Clerical Woik,
such hs Auditing AieiVutiU, Posting up
TiadotHiiui'u Honkf, iMnUiuv Inventories
of "Stuck, hugr(sli)j Lcnl Documents,
Etc. Conipeieut a'.d Kellntile Prolghl
Cl'eiks for thu dellvury and tallying of
E-jy-OfllLe ul UUtUACK ii RoUEUTBOh'S,
Queen street Post Ollleu Bo 180, Mil
tnat Teh phone PI; H 11 Telephone 414
HAHERSITH k HELD.
Mariposa Nov 20
Zealandia Dec 24.
, Deo 13
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. V.
Friday.. July 18
Friday... Aug 15
Friday . . Sept 12
Fridny. ..Oct 10
Friday. . . Nov 7
Friday. . .Dec f
. Nov 21
& Hi lU C'--M SS
t IS9 -31
Australian Ball Senics.
FOlt SAN fr'SSANCJi-HX),
Tito now and flue Al steel steainelil
Of the Oceanic SlcainlilpC'iinpanv, will
be duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
July 26, 1890.
leave foi tho above port with
passengers on or about that
For frelRht or nassaeo. havinw-sir.
Q. IRWIN & CO.. Arrents.
J Our New Artotype Illustrated
Catalogue bent fiee on application.
118 HIITTKIl ST,
San l''mn-lKoo, : s California
rpim California Wine it Splilt llusl
JL nes heietofore canied on at No.
SS Foi t sti eel, under the linn name of
Hamilton Johnson is this day dissolved
by mutual (onseut.
HUNK YCOXO JON.
rpIlE above business will bo continued
JL at tliu present tnuil ly Henry
Congdon under the linn niunc ot Ileiny
Congdon it Co. All nndteis lelalb'K lo
the above buiucv will ho Fettled by
the undei signed.
HLNRy CONGDON & CO.
Honolulu, June ;I0, 1S!I. 5'.i" lw
' IVOTXCJIU !
'If 'f'S .
III foi 111 till'
bi'jts leave to in-
public that ho has es
tablished hero an Inipoi ling and Coni
mUsIou Business under thu linn name of
Tho complete story nf 8 Unit. y' recent tlirillinff
ailionturci and tlm i!ic!iura ot Us irup-iru'ia
(lUeoierlciwUl aiinonr (or tho llrt time in the
Mork rrltltn by liimwlf, oiitltUd "Iu I)rkaV
Afrlsi ' 1), not bo (Ucrivod hy ouy ot tho bo
called "fltanlej boo! ,- now j?aji otToredu "g&u
uino"and"auihc!itlo,'' To no cuo of tCcsc has
Stanley contnutitcu nllni.
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new and Bno Al steel steamship
Of thu Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Son
Francisco on or about
Aug. 2, 1890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and pussougera for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having SO
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
V WM. O. IRWIN & CO.. Ageuta
Gustav A. Schuman
No. 79 & Bl : ; King Street.
At W. Wright & Son's.
There I ana qui it u ulhmt th'a Rtatpraent being
" ::"--" -.. !" -- , . -r" ""-- -
will pIto p-ifticttiarj ou at plication
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
And that Mr. H. Lose
"iurn by nioeuintion.
Honolulu, July I, 18'.HI
has uullioill.r lo
'pO buy for cash a Small
JL House nml Lot, with a
good titlo and centrally
located, Call on Chas. ITainmer, eor
nor KhiK and Fort Ftieot, for further
hitOin:uioiL 508 111
lit cnUr not to 1j m'aled boo
ltal tbu boo Kara tLa tin.
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
And that the canvunlng iwrnt tanlerf a ccrtltiwito
of agency iron; ua
A. L BANCROFT &C0!
132 POST STREET,
General Agents for the Pacific Coast.
J. W. Chamberlin,
Sole Agent for Havvnlliui Kingdom.
" . .Til tf
FuruiHhOfl 'lfouse To JiOfc
Ai Wttikikl. a
I X nulldtng now
tho otllcti of the Ifawailan
Tramways Co., (L'd), on King street,
Hiiltuble either for an ollleo or btoie.
Apply at tho Hawaiian Commercial
Salesrooms. COS tf
Sale of Fancy Articles 1
THKRi: will bo a bale of Fancy AHI
cles, ehlelly Hawaiian, at Queen
Kmma Hall, on FRIDAY, July 11,
1800, for tho benefit of that luntltiitlou.
Reficsh meats will bo solved. fi81 td
NOTICE to HORSEMEN!
apply at thu Dairy,
rr be Cch'biatedRun-
naiuloaii" will Htiuid
tills season at the
For fm t her pnrtlculais
rmwiMm'TiiriiiMWnBMBHMiiiraMMHBwwwmiMnwnmwwiwranwwa rfifffrr'T i -..gaB. .
MRS. MONROE. Indies' uuko, k
removed to No. 8, Kukttl Urie.
rooras'-nlccly furnislitil, with
kitchen, lunulbutli and servant's rooms.
stable, do., tIct'fftr, a few ninulLs ai a
reasonable rfite. Or rooms will bo lot
ninety with g6od tablo hoard.
IIAWAUA" RUSINESS AGENCY.
Valuable Pro'porty For Sale
Nuiianu Avenue, a
newly furnisliod U-atorv
Houbo contaiuinc 8 rootnB.
kliclieu, bathroom, cloaete, rarrlago
bonne, stable, henery, etc. Urounds
contain 2 2-10 ticu'9, well laid out in
lawn"", Blmdo and fruit trees, llovvers,
etc. will he sold low, with or without
furniture, horscB, carriage?, llvo stock,
and all tho ofipoiulments needed iu a
tlrst.clnsa lesliioiicc, as thu owner In.
tends leaving tlitrfe-'Islunds.
HAWAIIAN DUHINESS AOKNOY.
Having recoivwl a full assortment of
Carriage Trimming Materials from tho
East, I am prepared to exeouto all orders
with neatness and despatch al yery rea
0. A. SCHUMAN.
Hawaiian Lime I
8n w:it nAUitr.i.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D,
51.1 Solo Agents. tf
A NATURAL Mineral Water. For
(ale only by
W. S. T.TTP-P.
Solo Agont & Importor for tho Ha
waiian Islands. 028
Corntr Kiag & Bethel GtreuU,
Has just Imported some new stylo
Manila & Havana Cigars,
Citftiretto & Choice Tobaoooa,
For sale. Also, Cold Drinks. 077 2w
'PHE beet lomcdy for
X wounds, ulcers,
gulls, proud llcsli and
soi es of every descrip
tion to iiereons Or ani
mals. Adopted by leading homo lall
load, I'lub and livery stables, etc., iu
tho United Sfates aud elsewheio. We
am piepaied to prove this stateiucut by
testimonials aud inferences to plauteis
and liverymen In this Klngduin.
HAWAIIAN "BUSINESS AGENCY.
A LARGE nssorlmeutof Photographs
and S(ercoscoplo Views of the
most attrautlvu Ecenory, buildings, etc ,
In these Islands, for sale at reasonable
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Corner Fort nnd Merchant streets.
Manufacturer of Ladioa'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SKIN S1IEOS MADE TO OMJEn.
IVticoU or Ho weil; uIho, MndiJIen.
88 Nuuanti St., : ; : P, O. Uox SOU.
COO KIEV8 & CO.,
No. CO Nuuaiiu St., Honolulu,
And dealers In all kinds of
CusNliuercH ami FuruUliluc ooitH.
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Good lit guaranteed. 0-17 Urn
CHANGE of .RESIDENCE,
Hub removed from Fort tlrecl to Uo-
bollo Lane, Paltaia.
Opkich Hocus i 0 a. u, to 12 u. ard
v. u. to 0 v. u.
Mutual G08-aTELEPII0NESt-eell 47G
I FIREWOOD for eale at Hawaiian
. Commcrolal Salenrooms, coiner of
Qiieon and Nuuami strectu. 406 1
3( sw 'Ai1 . -ir-
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