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WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 1800.
Tur.iUAY, July 8.
The House resumed at 1 : 10 p. m
ltep. It. W. Wilcox, from 5th
tllstiiet, Honolulu, that the present,
Constitution be abolished. Judi
Kep. Halstcad, Makawao, for an
amendment to the ostrny lnw. Tabled
for consideration with a promised
bill. That the law authorizing the
shooting of trespassing pigs be re
pealed. Tabled for consideration
with promised bill. That the law
authorizing arrest of suspected lepers
lie repealed, rallied for consider
ation with bill.
Rep. A. S. Wilcox, from llaualei,
tor S12,000 for repairing roads and
bridges iu that disttiet. l'ublic
Noble l'ua, from Honolulu, that
Dr. Lutz be appointed Provident of
the Board of Health, that he be
allowed to employ physicians from
Kurqpe, and that all the other
doctors employed by tho Hoard of
Health be dismissed. Sanitary
committee. That the law establish
ing a Hawaiian Hoard of Health be
re-enacted. Sanitary committee.
That native Ilawaiiuns be allowed to
practise medicine among people of
their own race, because foreign
doctors do not understand Hawaiian
diseases and hence cannot cure them.
Rep. Waipuilani, tliat hospitals
be established iu the several dis
tricts. Tabled lor consideration
Kep. "White, from Lahaina, that
appropriations be made for improving
roads in Lahaina district. Public
lands committee. From Hilo, for
81000 for an English school in
Puna. Education committee. From
Iliio, that the Government road
from Wailoa to Haena be kept open
and that S5000 be impropriated for
the purpose. Public lands commit
tee. Rep. Kahookano, from Kohala,
that certain Government lands be
told to petitioners. He moved it be
referred to the Minister of the In
Rep. Kamai, for Slo,000 for im
proving roads from IIuclo to Ilonua
ula. Public lands committee. For
S5000 for improving the lauding at
Kua. .Public lands committee.
Noble Widemann reported
Hawaii railroad bill printed
ready for distribution.
Noble J. M. Homer read a first
time his bill for the destruction of
confiscated liquors. In explanation
lie said it was no joke and told a
funny story about ".Mary and her
Rep. Rice gave notice of a bill to
amend chap. !, 1SS2, relating to
the sale of spirituous liquors.
Rep. Cuminings moved that S20,
000 be appropriated for improving
the road up Nuuauu Valley horn
opposite the residence of Hon. J. S.
Walker. Tabled for consideration
with the Appropriation Dill.
Rep. Waipuilani read a first time
his bill, increasing the duty on coffee
to six cents a pound.
Noble Widemann gave notice of a
bill to limit the liability of ship
owners for violation of the opium
and smuggling laws.
The President appointed, as the
committee crdcrod on item for edu
cation of Hawaiian youths: Reps.
Kalua and Knudsen, Nobles Isen
berg and Widemann, and Minister
OIUir.H OK THE DAY.
The House proceeded to order of
Second reading of a bill to amend
Sec. 893 Civil Code.
Minister Ilrown said the bill was
simply one to incrense the jurisdic
tion of district and poliue justices,
in assumpsit suits, from 8:200 to
S300. He would like to have the
reasons for tho proposed change
from tho introducer. The Cabinet
thought it a good bill, as it would
save expenses to litigants, also save
the time of the Supreme Couit.
Rep. Kahookano, tho introducer,
said the object of the bill was as the
Minister had stated. At present
creditors had to incur great expenses
in collecting comparatively small
debts through the Circuit Courts.
Noble Widemann paid tho present
amount of jurisdiction was above
what it had been formerly, and if it
was made feuuo it would be
. next to make it 8100, and so on.
Rep. Paehaolo said Sec. 8D3 wuh
a very long one, and moved the bill
be referred to the judiciary commit
Second reading cf a bill to amend
tho divorce law.
Rep. Drown moved the bill pass
to engrossment. A similar bill,
making desertion of one year in
stead of three yenrs, cause of
divorce, had passed at a former ses
sion but foiled to recelvo tho royal
-W ' V"t
Rep. ruclmold moved 10 Mtiko
out the provloion that the marriage
iniuht be dissolved for the cause that
one party had co'ilractcd Chinese
leprosy. Whenever a person was
taken to Molokai for leprosy now,
he or she never came back and was
the same as dead to his or her vela
lives. Kep. Kickard supported the bill.
Noble Knuhnne moved the bill be
indefinitely postponed. The reduc
tion of time of desertion as cause
from three years to one year would
encourage divorces. He knew many
instances in UN district wlieie mar
ried people for tilvial causes had
separated, but niter a few months
returned and lived together there
after in harmonv.
Noble Marsden seconded the mo
tion for indefinite postponement.
lep. "While moved to sti ike out
"one year" and insert "two years."
Rep. Kahookano said lie lind in
troduced the bill after due consider
ation. There was not much chance
of re-uniting couples after one or
both parties had contracted illicit
relations with others. The object
of the bill was to prevent tho inno
cent parly in any case being bound
to the guilty one for three years.
Rep. Kancalii was in favor of in
definitely postponing the bill. The
present law of divorce was very lib
eral, there being many causes of
divorce specified. To bring down
the time of desertion to onc.yenr
would be a disgrace to the House.
It would break up the relations of
many families. The lawyers might
reap" a rich harvest fiomthe change,
but that was no reason why it should
conic to pass.
Rep. Nawahi opposed the bill.
There had been no petitions receiv
ed osking for this law. Members of
former Assemblies brought in simi
lar bills for their own purposes. It
was a bill that would only affect one
white person to every twenty Ha-
wanans. Hie measure would woik
great injury to the native people.
Noble Widemann said if one year
was enough, why not one week?
And if one week, why not twenty
four hours V This law strikes direct'y
at the sanctity of the marriage lis,
and through that at public morality.
If this law passed it would be of
more evil consequence to the Hawai
ian than to any other race in this
country, because llawaiians marry
very young. For the sake of Ha
waiians he could wisli that it were
impossible to pass this law.
Rep. Waipuilani supported the
bill, and moved the ayes and noes be
called on indefinite postponement,
but fouud no seconder.
Kep. Paehaole thought that if his
amendment carried the bill would be
a good one.
Noblo von Tompsky moved tho
previous question. Carried.
Rep. Kicc moved to insert "ten
years" instead of "ane year."
The bill was indefinitely post
poned. Rep. R. "W. "Wilcox moved the
House adjourn till 10 o'clock Thurs
Carried, and at 3:32 the House
Editor "Bulletin :
In this morning's issue of the P.
C. A., said paper says that to name
Mr. Young as successor of the Hon.
J. A. Cummins tho Reform Paitj
owes it to the country and to its
(the Reform Party's) illustrious re
cord. Now, commence here, Mr.
P. C. A., and point out any single
thing that the Reform Party has
done to make it illustrious. If tho
laic disgraceful and disgusting crimi
nations made in the Legislative
Hall a few weeks ago aro a part of its
illustrious record, then J say that
the Reform Party can "take the
"So mixed it in a body baldly knows,
If lame is manufactured goods or
Surely the record Mr. Young
made in the Legislature is not illus
trious, and the P, C. A.'s puffs are
stale goods. Rajah.
July 8, 1890.
L. J. Luvuv, : : Lussm:.
Cl.Il'l' I'lllLLU'S, : JlAKAOUli.
IlAimv Unix, : Staoh Diuectou.
W. Dr.XTnit, : : Pitoi-EiiTiEb.
V.. L JIayuew, ; .Machinist.
Mi Gaiety Coi'y
Who were received Tuesday night by a
crowded liouso with a delighted and
8A unanimous vci diet n show of
real merit from beginning to end!
Thursday Evening, July 10th.
Will be pioduced with great splendour
and imigullltent sceulu effects,
TJiis JurlwHue Comedy
" Fun on the Bristol "
LatCBt 0jiratlc Qetns, Congi, D.mtej, Etc,
t?f" Plan for reserved scats for any
night of the bciibou can ho secured at
tho oftico of L, J, Levey, cor. Foitaud
Queen Sts, COO Ut
gaiyiiwr'rfiMi'wiLn i igAftftww
DAIXiT BULLETIN j ntt&OLtlLtj, H. IM
' Ilk . ..
The illicit tralllc in liquor on tlicio
islands hi not confined to Lahaina
where a correspondent lately rcfer
lcd to in your paper, but is also
very extensively eniried on on tho
opposite side of the island, particu
larly among tho Japanese tltere. An
obnoxious strong suit of liquor much
like "okolehao," but made of rice,
is freely sold and bought. This
kind of liquor is legally purchasa
ble nowhere in the kingdom. It is
no doubt distilled among the coun
trymen themselves. It is a groat
wonder that the nriests on this ac
count arc so few. K. A.
Auction Sales by James P. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On TMUHSDAY, July lOUi,
AT 10 O'Uf.OClt A M
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, 1
will sell nt l'uir.lc Auction, bv older of
llcv. W.C. M.'iiltt,
Household -:- Furniture
B, Y. Marbktop Bedroom Set,
Spilng A; llalr Jlaitrucscs,
Mack Walnut Olllee Table,
B. "W. Bookshelves"
Largo 15. Walnut Marblctnp Center
Table, L:ice Curtains and roles.
1 B'ack Walnut H'loboaid,
Etc.. Etc . Etc , Etc.
..IAS. F. JVIOKGAN,
.VJ0 2t Auctioneer.
OnTIIUUSDAY, July 10th,
AT IS O'CLOCK .'OUX,
At my Salesroom, Queen Sttcef. I
will sell at Public Auttiou, for account
of whom it may concern :
aiaik UK IV:
Xo. 73A 1 Hale 20 pes Twilled l'ack
ing 1000 yard.
No. 7-1A 1 Bale, yO pes D. W. Bg
inR 1000 yards.
Damaged uv galt Watf-r. ex Jbitish
shin "J5oi row dale" from Liverpool.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
5fl0 2t Auctioneer.
LARGE & IMPORTANT
1 am directed bv Mr.ssiiF. II. IIACK
FEI.D & Co. to soil at J'ublio Aucllon,
at their stoic. Queen street, oa a liberal
ci edit to the trade, on
Monday, Tuesday Wednesday
July II, 15oml 10, 1800,
0vmmen:lng at 10 O'clock A. M. Eacli Daj,
All yioir Imputation of Merchandise
of every description. The sale will
comprise specially selected goods of the
latest styles, too numerous to (.pecify.
Amou tho stock will be found full
Slajlii null Fancy Goods,
New .fc Fashionable Dry Goods,
Sydney & English Saddles,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
IS?-All Goods offered will bn posi
tively sold, and large invoices will bo
closed at any price on Hber.il terms.
TEIUIH nt HAW;.
JAS. F. AIOItOAX,
C00 Id Auctioneer.
NOTICE to 1IORSE3IENI
rpbo Celebrated Itun-
. nine; hi
inir Stallion "Sbe-
ninilouli" will stand
thU Reason nt: tln
3fe-- Woodlawu Dalrv:
terms 830, For further particulars
apply at tho Dairy. C35 llui
IJAUriES deshlii; Avocado Pcais In
. quantities of not less than CO will
C77 2w llllo, Hawaii.
Auction Sales by James F. Horgan.
Eorses k GaiTlaies
On THURSDAY, July 10,
AT II! O'CLOCK XOOX,
By oitlor of Rev. W. O.Mcnltt, In front
oi my Saleroom, Queen struct. I will
sell nt Pnblln Auction the following
Horses and Carriages:
1 Wi SADDLE HOUSE,
.1 IToisi's, In okcn to dilve double;
1 1-year Old Colt.
1 Phaeton, In gooil order;
2 Large Omnibiisses,
1 Side Saddle,
1 Mexican Saddle,
Sets Harness, Etc., Etc.
J AS. P. MORGAN,
503 3t Auctioneer.
Clearance Auction Sale
Anil Mcrchnnuisc !
Uy order of Mn. C. Al'ONG 1 will sell
at Public Auction nt hi? olllee,
On FRIDAY, July 11th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. ."!.,
Ebony Tables & Clmlis,
Champlior Wood Trunks,
2 Large Show Cases,
1 Handsome Koa Olllee Table,
Leather Covered Sofa & Chairs,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
CO.'i 7t Auctioneer.
Executor & Trustee's Sale cf
Leases, Catlle, Horses,
Zto., Eto , x:to.
By direction of CECIL BBOWX. Ex
ecutor i: Tuistec of the Last Will and
Testament of Philip Milton dceea'-ed,
1 am diiecttd to bell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT lo O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At the Farm House in Palolo Valley,
Honolulu. Ouhu, -all tho following
described Property, suitable
for lEaucb purpo-es:
l-i All that land containing an area
of JiiOJs acies and situate in Kipahulii
and VnijIae-ll;i, Di-trlctof JConu, Ouhu.
and being the same piemies conveyed
to the wild Philip Milton In- the 'Uni
ted of the J-Miito of W. C. Liuuilllo.
2nd All that land eontjinmg an area
of nine acres Bltuato In Palolo Vullcv,
and being the Miino promises conveyed
to tho paid Philip Milton bv Ur-dlda
Sherman. Thii propertv 'ha'x a large
reservoir upon it, which supplies ihi
lower lands with water for rice cultiva
tion, the lescrvolr is ISO fathom- -qu.iro
mid has a depth ot M feet, and cu-t lit
the nelghborliood of 10,000.
yrd All that laud containing no ure.i
of ltO acres and situato at Klpaliulti,
Oaliu. The two larger tracts iu Kipa
hulii and Wainlac-IM are fenced with
good stono walls mid wire fencing di
vides them from property now in pos
session of D. P. Ifenbcrg and used for
Alo at tho i-ainc time
:ud place the
Lease from Trustees or Bishop Estate
of Waahlla, 800 aeies, yearly icntiil
$i!00, lease cxphes August, 1600.
Lento from .S. Kawtii iihd Eekiuil of 2
plccc.1 of land In Wnininiiu and Kckio
2. acres, yearly rental $21, lease ex
plies iu August, 1800.
Tho lands of Waahlla -ISO acres are
now briiiging.ii rental under tin agree
ment with Portuguese of 8000 a enr.
There are about S acres of tiiro alimi'-t
ilpe which will bo sold with the laud
upon which it is growing
Tho income fioni Oranges, Limes,
Coffee, Etc , and Pasturage Ijiiye
amounted to about S100 a year.
Tho propci ty above set forth have a
lnbmer'H house, i-laughter house and
other outbuildings upon them, and 2
Also at tho sanio time aud place about
400 Head of Cattle,
CO Milch Cows, Seven Fair of Woikhig
Oxen, also 5 Horses, 0 Mares and -J
Colts, Ox Curt, Saddles and Bridle?,
Yokes, etc , etc.. and other utensils mid
propel ty U6ed upon a well appointed
tsr The Property can be Inspected at
any time. ForfiirthcrpaileiiUrnpply
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Or, to Cecii. BmiWK,
JSxeeutor & Ti U6tcc. GOG 1 in
jtilY 6, 105(1
IlICIItARn A. SIcOmtDY, President.
i5?" For full particulars apply to
ss. jb. :iRLOs:e:,
Dcc-24-8!) General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
BaW ?J ea P
1 J St ID.
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers, Etc., Etc.
ggT And will be DELIVERED FEEE of CHARGE to any purt of the city. jg$
IJIJL.L oi' FARE:
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate fc Milk,
Steaks, Chops, Kii.li, 11-am &. Egg?,
Oytter Stew?, Sonsccl Pig's Feet, Elc,
gtS1 Dinner from 11:30 a. m. to 1 p. n. 3552
; 5 3 a u u ta u
Solo Proprietors of
SiapF All, Hd) All, Grenailii, Barteriwlc, Sarsajarl, Iieral
tsr AH communications ami orders should bo addressed to
A T a meeting of Mmi ('holders of the
. Uawiiii-iu Pae'ilc Ctible Co. hold
on .Tunc-10, 18H0, at the oillce oi J. A
Mngoon, iittonii-v, Ilonolu u, II. 1 .1.
Slieriii.111 BiH-lhnlnincw was elected to
the ollicu of Trcasun'i-. to succeed lion
Fiank C. Dudley icsigni'd,
.1. SIIHRMAN IJ.VRTHOLOMEW.
5'JO He FriIdcnt v'l Ticaautcr.
NOT r fill
Vjlt. W. CLAl'l'Kit Inn; tr.'M'u inau-
1V1. iigontciit iif tliu NVoodliiM it Dairy
& Stock Co. Mr. .lohn Orace toigned.
Sfrn'Liry W !;. ,; S. Co.
Uiuioliilii. .Inly I, lS'.'O. Mi'j 8t
vruTUJK Is heieby glv.'ii that 1 Mill
1 ' imt pay delith i-ontractid hi my
nnnn- wiihdiit inv wiittcn order.
W. C. AC III.
' Honolulu, .Tilly 7, IMiO. 6'M lin
AXYOJCK having pilvaie pnpois o
the late .Julci Titveriiii'i- will ob
lige by Rending them to Jim. Jules
Tavernier, !I0." Powell stieet. San Fran
cisco. r.08 at
AN" Unfurnished 2 or 3
Uoonied Cottage cor
town. Apply at thta olllee.
WANTED at ONCE !
COTTAGE within two
or three blocks from
tliu corner of Fort and Hotel
KtrectH, suitable for three gentlemen for
liotiSfKcpping. Address -'P. O. Uox
IIOUSK with 7 100ms
and bath, ou the cor
ner of Ueretanla and Pensa-
cola streets. Cam pass tho door. Ap
ply at this ofllco. 531 tf
TO LET or LEASE
rpilli Itealdcnco of Mrs. A.
JL Long, in Pauoa Valley.
01 King St., over .r. Noll's stoic.
1 0 KENT or LEASE
THAT desirable Premises
011 Foit streut, iu tho
'Jfelnernv Mock." recentlv
occunled bv J. X. H. Williams, sultablo
for olllco or 6tore, For information
apply to olllee Union Iron Works, Es
pluuade, or to
65U lia .T. X. ti, WILLTAJJH.
ISSUED BY THE
reTJ'HJ xJV U feO? iaTEEr.I?.
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO OltDER
Pies, Buns, Rolls,
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Uaving ri'iiiriMul 0111 SODA WORKS to moro commodious qnarler? at
IVo. SO IOESX' STREET,
(Near the Custom House)
We uie now piepan-d to furnifh at Miort notice, and of prime quality, any
oJ (lie following High Class Aerated Ileveragcs:
Plain, Sweet, Lemon, Sti-awtey or Cream Soda,
EfU'Sfiparilln, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crnb
I fling OM-luoiwly ihi- HYATT PUItC WATER SYSTEM,
Without 11 Rival
Ouo-third tho Price of tho
A Saving of 33 Per Cent in Coat
Dr. A. B. GARTER
HAS removed his ofllco to No. 33
Ileietaula, between Fort and
Nuuauu streets Olllco hours : i) :30 to
11 A. M., and 2 to 4, and 7 to 8 v. 11.
Mutual Telephone No. 3i)2. 670 lin
0. J. McCarthy
Has just lccelvcd a fiesh lot of
ila & American
60S Give us a call. 2v
h. IRON WATER,
iu Price & Quality !
Housekeeper Should Vao It !
and Quality tho Very Best. jg&
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Dr. A. LUTZ
WILL have ofllco hours from 8 to n
a. m. and 4 to fi p. m., at No. 83
nerctaula, between Fort and Nuuauu
Btrcots. Mutual Telephone Nor. J02
"' '70- 670 lm
Ho. 30 Hanann St. V, 0. Bex 357.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had 10 years experience Jn
tno business, I am preparrd to manu
facture to order fashionable hai.c:
eewod Ladles' & Gentlemen's Boots &
Shoes. Also.French & American Boots
A5 fcihoos received by every steumer.
Prices rcn80Hftble, I solicit your nat