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SATUitDAV. JULY 12, lS'JO.
OAUU RAILWAY & LAND COKPAHTS
A. M. T. SI.
I.onve Honolulu :uu a:iio
Arrive Mutiuim I'JlS s:W
Lvuvo Munumi 11:00 4 :00
Arilvc Houoluhi 11 1 IS 4:13
A.M. r. M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu... i):30 ia:30 3:00
Ai live Mamma '...10: IS 1:18 8:43
Leave Maiumi.... 11:00 l:JU -1:05
Aiilvo Honolulu... 11:48 '-'I'.ll 4:53
Stinr okolll from Mo'okal
Hriiir James akeofiom luipaa
Knur Klimu fiom Maul unit iiuwall
Simr Hawaii from namukua
Stiur Widniaualo fiom Uuialua
riuiiub uugsuip Dnbourdlcu fiom China
Am miss packet Morning Stnr, O F
Gallaml, for Micionc.Ja at 2:LU p in
USS Iioquols, bishop, for S.iUiOU
Sehr Luka for lCohahi
VESSELS iCAVIIli TQ-EADRKQVJ.
Nor lik Thor, W E Stcineit, for Pi.got
VESSELS LEAV KG MONDAY.
Stun- .1 Cummins for Koolau at 9 a m
Sinn- vVuiiiiana o lor l uluiuiu uiul Wai
alua ut 9 a m
From wind wind porta per stinr Kinau
.luly 1- .MiriliOMswniuur and 2 chil
dren, W It Cuttiberc, K IS Richards, T
Upuuuci', .Miss Helen Sevei.iuco, Miss
Iiuitu Uoau, Mrs D MtUiciror. Mrs .)
Waid, Mtwsea Lily iiupul, A.leo Vet,
Alllllu Vt HhuIUI, AlltllU llUM?, Fl HULL'S
Weunoie, M L), 1) yo. L liiuwu, and
lMleu claik; U w Ur.aza, u 1- iluuti
iimu,"Xlrs u II LSitmu, JHO iv.r. i: G
Ilk. heook. U U Young, i : Y Aiun.i, UK
Aiuoid, It Ague, li biuitli. a C Ijow
Mttt, l L hold and wife, ltuv J Okaba,
Diotlui-Ignaclo, 15io Hush, M.tci 11
i ouu, ai iaj llatilo Brown and i.an
11. ill ljuld, !"n l.uuialiuihui, M:i-luis
P.ukur 3) and two aurvaucs, .Mi.sus
U Low, anil Faiiuio a sain, 11 L S-piuks,
MUiN J .Miiliitie, V Akul, A .1 ilut
i'U r and wife, . is O .ampbi; 1 aud
son, li L:.cy, Muster It II Ai.l.i:ion. .1
Nindtiii., V a i aidy, .Mr a Lyons, J
liuiu.i, . iss L Moor , Miss L othuon,
Jlrs r.ila ..ustlii, U D B.ildwin, .i A
Jlutnc, Mrs L t Xowton, Mis-s L P.ill,
J L Widrcws, u ss W M. i!aldiu, 1 b
Wiiolsey, Mi3 II Talc, Misa u Tliump
son ami 'i giil-,'0 F oinur and wile,
Miis A lionu-r, II Dicki-iison ami wilt,
Miss K l)lckuunn, Mis3 i lia'bc Tnylur.
t.co Knulii. apt L T.iylor, w.to aud
sou, and UT deoK.
Fr.nu .Molokiii pur slmr Mokol 1 Ju'y
12-Dr E Bhwiu, A J WlUou, audtl
From Kauai per stinr Jus Makec. July
12 .Mr and Mr King. Mr btuikcy, aud
CAKGOES FROM ISlAKD PORTS.
Kluau y920 b igs sng,.r, 4-iO bags pota
toes, 53 bogs. I'M hides, -MO pkgo
Euudi ics, and 1 horse.
i'ele Dti30 b.igs sugji- fiom I'amaku.i
Hawaii 675U b.igj i-ugar aud 70 head
cuitlu fiom uiiw.iii
Jas Mukeo-2t3i bags sugar fiom Ka
paa. Uol.o ii 127 bags sugir. 2 mnlcs, 17
calves, a cows, and 23 r-hcep.
Waimaiialo -100 watermelons.
Tlio Olga and W G Irwin arc talcing
in sugar. Tlioy will li-ave for Sau
Ir.tnci.sco early next week.
Tile U S Iroquois, Captiiu Joshua
Bishop, sailed at 0:30 o'clock this
iimming f..r sj.utioa.
'llic .Moiuiug Siai- sails this afternoon
for MiLTiiiiL'siu between the hourd of 3
and 4 o'clock.
The bail; Tlior will sail to-morrow for
Arrived July 1, tmr I cliua en route
for liiloj 4, ctmr lwaluul en lonte fur
Humakua; 7. Am schr v, iinwnn,
Blulun, 12 d ys fr. in San Fran.isco,
with ai-soited c.ngo to Union Mill i o,
K It Hind, C A CTiapIn, Jl It Fruibis, U
F Hart and S G Wilder & Co; 8, stinr
Kinaufioui i.onoiulu; 1 , stinr ivluau
anil d July 8, stmr Kinau for Illlo;
11, stmr Kinau tor. Honolulu.
CAT TON-In ironolulu. July 12, to the
wlfo of ltobt. Cat to u, a sou.
THE IIILO RECORD.
The Fourth of July was celebrated
at Ililu by u balule ut sunrise, liter
ary exercises at U :30, spurts and
races at (Jouiihousu yard and the
beach, and flrcupiks ut 7:3U in the
evenincc. Wr. Furncaux, con-tilar
agent of I lie United States, pi elided
nt the literary csercises, Mr. D. II.
Hitchcock delivered the oration, Mr.
Kratzer read the Declaiation of In
tlepenilouce, and Rev. li. V. Halter
led the devoliuiis. The Calliollu
Bchoul bund biinplicd mmsif. A lunch
wad tiiruibhed by the ladies, the
proceeds going to the to '.mi hull
The Record sayo travel is open on
the Volcano road to ilio old Halfway
IIouso, aud hopv'B that by tlio time
the ui'W appropriation is passed it
will have i cached Kunckoa, 13 mites
from the Volcano.
A large party will ascend Manna
Kca mxt week. Prof. Uiighain vill
pnotogiuph vIuwb on the summit for
his work on the lshnius.
A drunken native lode down a
child on the Fourth, lie was lined
Sol) in the Pulico Court. The child,
wits not hurt much, '
TI'O Police Court has been very
busy hearing opium, liquur, and
Two Jups were fined 810 and costs
euch for assaulting u plantation iuua
viib cuue bticki.
Fnin.w, July 11.
The Iloiuc opened nt 10 o'tlcck.
Rop. Ilalsteud, fiom Mahawac, ,'
lliat nil gates nil public roads bu re
uinvi'd. Public lands committee.
That the law oi doting bales uf pub
lic binds ut auction be repealed.
Laid on table to be consldircd with
promised bill. That the Board of
Health bo abolished. Sanitary Com
Rep. Rush, from liana, that tlio
land of Kahlkintti be not sold to
foreigners but only to Iluwaiinns.
Judieiaiy Committee From labor
ing men, that ull further iiiporlution
of labor, which will in any way in
terl'eic with their work, be prohibit
ed. Committee on commerce.
From Wnialua, that J 0,000 be ap
propriated for roads and biidgi3 In
that iliitrict. Tabled tor considera
tion witli Appiopriatlon Rill.
Noble I'ua, from Honolulu, that
native Hawaiians be allowed to
praetiso medicine among themselves
without restriction. Sanitary Com
Rop. Bush asked about the select
committee on opium frauds. He
was iuformed the tninuiity was
ready to report, but dt-f cried to the
majority. It was repotted about
town that members of tlie commit
tee hud been bubed not to repoit.
Rep. Roju, as chairman of that
committee, presumed he bad the
responsibility of answering the ven
omous remaiks of the lion, mem
ber. This was not the lime for se
lect committees, as the order uas
standing committees. The hon.
iin'inber hid stated in his paper
something like that the chairmun of
the committee had been bribed,
lie knew nothing about a majority
and a tninoiity repot t, and this was
only one of the kind ol rumors cir
culated about him by the bun. mem
h r ever since the general election,
l'he report was delayed beeau-e it
was haid to get tue members to
gether, and some of them wauUd to
gi't further evidence. He hoped to
have the committee take some action
Nuble Phillips presented a report
from the sanitary committee on the
bill to provide lor the commitment
of dipsomaniacs to the Iiisiuie Asy
lum, recommending cirtain changes
in the bill.
Rep. Brown moved that the re
port be considered writ the bill, and
that the bill be placed on the legit
lar ordei. Canied.
Reii. Lucas n ported Iho answer
of the Attorney-Gene-al on nutside
attorney fi-i' paid last period as
printed in English.
Noble Burehuidt gave notice of a
bill to provide waterworks for Not lb
The President appointed as the
committee on Supreme Court bill,
.Minister Peterson, Wopi. Busli and
WVipuiluni, and Nobles Ruidniti aud
He ulso read a communication
from Mrs. J. M. Whitney, Presi
dent of the W. C. T. U., asking that
tho Legislature give a hearing to
JIw. Bateham, of Ohio, U. S., lec
turer on the Sabbath question for
Rep. Rickard moved tho commu
nication be laid on the table
Rep. Kalua moved that the Secre
tary answer the communication,
saying that a time will be appointed
to hear the latly.
Both motions were lost.
Rep. Brown moved that the Sccre.
lary be iustiucled to notify the so
ciety that members of this House
have permission to bear the lady at
any lime appointed when the House
is not in session. He did not believe
in allowing a lady to address this
House on the Sabbath or any other
Rep. Bush supported tho motion,
as "Bro." Horner und himself could
enlighten the House all it required
on the Sabbath question.
Noblo Wideinuuu objected to the
House listening to a sermon on tem
perance from this lady. It was un
precedented here and ho thought in
any other Legislature.
Noble Baldwin was not in favor
ot having u lecture duiing n sesbion,
but the communication should bu
treated with courtef-y. lie moved
in amendment that u committee of
three be appointed to arrange for a
meeting, ut which members who
chose could heir the lady.
Noble J. M. llorucr seconded the
Noble McCarthy thought that Hie
lady might bo beard appiopriutcly
by " tho committee that would have
consideration of bis promised Sun
day bi 1.
Noblo Macfatlano had voted
against tabling the letter bt cause
the society uas siuceie and entitled
to courtesy, lie however, suppoit
ed the motion of Rep. Brown, us ho
considered It would bo highly irre
gular for the House to iccelve a
lecture from an outsider.
Noi.le Muller thought the wholo
mailer too absuid to waste time
over, mid moved ihe previous ques
tion which can led.
The motion curried.
Rep. IX. W. W Hi-os moved a re
Eoluiinu lo appioprialu $10,000 for
the pu) incut of u claim of C Iso de
bar Moituo, for services as Minister
to Washington and expenses under
"education of llunullati youths
Hop. Drown moved It bo refcrrot
to the eoiumttteo oh foreign rein-
Minis'er Brown moved It be re
ferred to tins flounce committee. It
wn'i a purely flnant.-i!il elulm, that
had both presented ngjlnst every
Government since 1880.
Noblo- Widemcnti supported the
au lendment, and Rep. Bush the mo
lion. Rep. R. W. Wi'cox did not caie
fo much about what committee it
went to, but if this House treated
the matter in lite way lhat Mr. Gib
son's Govcrmnuit had ivme, he
would not st-iy in the House
Noble Macfurlane said the finance
committee had as much as it could
do, and moved the icsolulion be re
ferred to a select committee.
Minister Brown withdrew his am
endment, and tho matter wa3 referr
ed to a select committee
Rep. Nawahi moved a resolution
for nn appropriation of 848,000 for
encouraging a steamship lino from
San Francisco to llilo via San Diego,
Cut. Rofcrred lo committee on
Rep. Richard moved an appropii
alion or 201)0 for repairs to Kawai
hae landinsi and wharf, and 2500
lor new jail and fence nt Honokaa.
Tabled for consideration with Ap
propriation Bill. The same mem
ber read a first time his bill mnking
the ngo ai which.ohildien must go
to school fiom six to thirteen yeais.
Rep. Kaliookano moved a series
of questions to the President of tho
Bouid of Education, for answer
within five dnys, as to tlio number
of tcaehen in tho kingdom, their
names and salaries, those brought
from abroad and reason for their
impoitalion, names of teachers fur
nished with dwellings und districts
where teachers' houses have been
Noble Iscnbcrg paid the informa
rien was given in the Board of Edu
Rep. Nawahi was speaking with
out interpretation when Noble Wi
demann raised the point of order
that the House should know what
was being said.
It was then interpreted that the
speaker found fault with the loose
ness of the Board of Education's
business. Foreign teachers were
allowed S'.'S for their passages to tho
teachers' convention, while native
teaches were allowed 84, as if lying
round the deck was good enough
Rep. R. W. Wilcox moved tlio pre
vious question, which wa3 lost.
Members called out 'doubtful,"
w hen the Prcident said there wu3
no doubt only 17 members had
voted for the motion. Other mem
bers snal they weic doubtful, when
the President put the motion again
und it i-atiied.
The Picsident said it required 32
votes to cany tlio previous ques
tion, and wlieu a less number voted
on it members only wasted time by
Minister Brown, on behalf of Min
ister Spencer, answered the ques
tions of Rep. Waipuiluni, saying 13
leperj were sent to Molokai last
Monday, by Mr. C. B. Reynolds,
executive officer of the Board of
Rep. P.iehaolo moved that chair
men of committees give notice of
House took recess from 1 to 1 :30
Rep. Cummings moved that the
Minister of Interior be requested to
instruct the electrician lo put nn
electric light between Wuikuhalulu
biidge and Lililm street. Tabled for
consideration with Appropriation
Bill. Ahjp, for 8500 improvements
and a fluiAe on Liliha street. Public
ORDEU OF THE DAY.
The House went into committee
of the whole, Rep. Kauhi iu the
chair, for consideration of the Ap
Minister Brown moved that the
report of the military committee bo
Rep. Rickard moved in amend
ment that tho report on military
items be deferred till the introduc
tion of the bill promised by Rep. R.
The motion carried and the re
port was read.
Rep. Kalua moved that the item,
"King's Guards," p.iss ut S02.000,
as lecommeuded by the committee.
Rep. Rickard moved it pass as in
Noble Wideraann asked for ex
planations from the committee
Noble McCarthy said tlio last
Legislature nppropiiatod 802,000.
The guards had been cut down by
tho lute Ministry from C5 lo 31,
and the Palace wall hud been taken
down. It would take twico as
many men to guard Ills Majesty's
privacy from intrusion with the
wall down. When the officers of
the Charleston had audience with
the King, they had tho t.pectaclc of
the baud being double the number
of the guards. The committee re
commended lhat the item pass ut
the sumc amount as for the past
Rip. Riikard did not consider the
object ot (he appropriation to bo the
guarding of tho King against any
evil dci-igus, for he did not believe
there was anything of tho kind con
templated. It was simply to main
lain the dignity of His Majesty, and
no mote bhoold bo appropriated than
was necessary for that object.
Noblo U-Udwim noticed that the
committee had recommended an
increase for these items from 893,
750 to 8114,215. This was not in
iiiua-Kiwi huolUlu, il l,
the lino of economy lo which bn'.b.
putties were pledzd. Tile cspcndl
turo for King's Guards during tho
past period had been only 035,000,
and lid amount was proposed in the
present bill. lie did not. object to
a ptoper nppiopiiiilion frr this pur
pose, but to 'ponding money on the
militniy for mere show. There was
not too much money nvnilablo lor
public improvements throughout the
Noblu Crabbc thought the House
had nothing to do with the late
Ministry. They wanted u proper
guard for llic King'd Palace, und he
did not think a lull company of GO
men wti9 too large They wauled
to bliow foreign representatives, that
they could afford a larger guard
than n baud of music.
Noble J. M. Horner, who second
ed the motion to pass the ilem ns in
the bill, said that so far us economy
was concerned he wa3 n National
R-former us well as a Reformer.
Ho had been such with legaid lo
military expenditures before either
of these parlies had existed, lie
understood that both parlies were
ptedgeil to lop off everything that
couluiurd neither profit nor pleas
ure, lie feared that both parties
were being corrupted, judging by
the unanimous report in favor of
this largo increase. The guard bad
been ample last year. It was not
the gtiaid but the community that
piolecled Ilis Majesty. Peace and
civilization would protect the King
and that yard out there
Noble McCarthy agreed with the
sentiments cf economy heard, but if
they were to have a guard they
should have a good one Sixty-live
men were only half the complement
of a full company, especially when
among the Hawaiian soldiers, as in
the police force, a large percentage
was constantly laid aside by sick
ness. Since the late Ministry cut
down the guard, some of the men
had to do double time
Minister Brown said that, as tiic
military committee had made u
unanimous repoit, tho Ministry wits
prepared lo support the adoption of
the committee's recommendations.
Regarding the remarks of Noble
Horner, it thould bu remembered
that n strong Reform House in 1888
passed 502,000 for the King's
Gu ai ds.
Noble Widcmann flatly contra
dicted the statement of Noble Hor
ner that the lato Government was a
Government of economy. That
Government asked for $30,000 to
build a road completely to lite Vol
cano. They placed in this bill an
item for 555,000 more for the same
road. 1 his was borrowed moncv
und would cost the country 84800
per annum in interest. Tliere'was
no necessity for that road, as there
was already a good road to thu Vol
cano from ihe other side The ap
propriation asked for a bridge on
the Wailua river was an absolute
waste So wns the Punchbowl Hill
road. It would be all light if we
bad plenty of monej for these im
provements let us have a road to
the top of Hulcakula, to the top ot
Mauna Loa, and to the top of every
high hill. But we arc a poor coun
try and cannot afford it.
Rep. Bush thought the amount
was not too large if we were going
to have any military at all. Ho
would vote to abolish the military
altogether if the principle of rigid
economy was to be absolutely ob
served. There were smaller coun
tries, however, with larger military
establishments, as, for instance, the
republic of Sail Morino in Europe.
He was not particulaily anxious to
support the present administration,
but agreed with thu views expressed
by the chancellor of the exchequer
on this question.
Rep. It. W. Wilcox supported the
commiitce'B report. He would have
recommended more himself. In hi3
visits to the Palace he had observed
lhat the soldiers' clothes wereneithcr
in good order nor clean. There
were companies of sharpshooters
forming Ihioughout the islands. He
had been told a minister of the gos
pel belonged to one at Makawao,but
could scarcely believe that n man
could go round wilh a Bible in one
'hand und a gun in the oilier. With
such things in view it seemed neces
sary to give the King a strong guard.
He had very little faith in these
assertions of peace, when tho very
men who say so are helping to sup
port bands of sharpshooters in their
districts, which can only bo for tho
purpose of tukirig control of the
country by force the first opportu
Noblo von Tempsky moved the
item pass at 815,000, which ought
to be biillicicnt, ns only 835,000 hud
been expended duiing the past
Rep. Nawahi, during tho many
sessions he hud been a member, was
always opposed to military expendi
tures, until the year 1887, when he
woke up to the necessity of having
a standing army. Pcihaps the large
impoilation of foreign teachers was
for the purposo of recruiting the
companies of sharpshooters for re
voliHlonary purposes, either Hint or
to have so many moie voters for Hie
elections. Periiaps, if the couutiy
wu3 so peaceful as s.uted, the lion.
Noblu tor Humiikuti would opposo
any giant for thu police of that DU
tiiet. Thu speaker was In favor of
suppoiting thu iccommeiidiitions of
Noble Kutihaiiodid not think there
wus any necessity for this country
having u standing army, or trying
to ape those countries that consider
ed they needed urmic3. I le was sorry
there was so much feeling shown in
I this discussion. Tho natives blould
Hon bo iod lo bcllovo thai tho ftr
cignera wanted to trample on them,
or the foreigners be given reason to
tliiiik that the natives lint bored
animosity toward llieui.
Hop. Kalua said milch hid been
said mi both sides Hint should have
been left unsaid. He blunild reply
to some thiuf.s, but that might leail
lo endless discussion. He thcrcfoic
moved the committee lWe, icport
piogrcs, and ask leave to sit again.
Rep. IV.ehacle opposed tho motion
to li-e He was in favor of passing
the item as recommended by the
committee They would have to do
so if theie was to be au increase of
the men. The talk about economy
seemed to conic up to suit the occa
siou with some members.
Rep. Baker suppoiled the com
mittee's report. A guard of 00
men would cost about the amount
Rep. Rickard moved tho ayes and
noes be called. Lost.
Item passed ut 802,000.
Bauds, Hugs, and sulutes, 050,000.
Noblo McCarthy explained the
recommended increase from 835,
000. There were six first-class
musicians who had bem many years
iu Hie band aud whoc salaries ought
to be increased. It was also pro
posed to have the band pay quarterly
visits to the other islands, as recom
mended by tho late Minister of
Ilem passed as recommended.
Aid lo volunteer military com
Noble Baldwin was in favor of
doing away with -subsidies to volun
teer military companies, but wanted
to know how ibis CU500 was going
to be spent.
Noble MeCartlry explained that it
was for expenses from the begin
ning or this period to the present
Passed as recommended.
Old account A. W. Herring uni
forms SG03.51, interest SM1.4G
Noblo Widemann wanted au ex
planation of the item.
Noblo McCarthy said it was for
uuifoims ordeied of Hoffnung &
Co., London, by autograph leltor of
His Majesty in 18S3.
Rep. Brown moved the committee
rise, report pi ogress, and ask leave
to sit again. Carried.
The report was adopted.
Notices of committee meetings
weie given by Rep. Brown, special
committee on mortgage bill ; by
Noble I-cnborg, education commit
tee, and Noble Muller, committee
At 3:35 the House adjourned.
TWKNIT-NIN HI DAY.
Saturday, July 12.
The House met nt 10 o'clock.
Rep. Ivamni, from Kipahulu, for
81 000 to bridge Alelc stream. Pub
lic lands committee From liana,
that people have access to Govern
ment lands for taking all kinds of
roots, for stupefying fish or for sale
Public lands committee
Rep. Nuwahi, from llilo, that the
Assembly encourage steamship lines
to foreign countries. Committee on
commerce For 85000 for St. Mary's
school, llilo. Education committee
Rep. Wuipuilani, from Konu, that
teachers in Hawaiian schools be paid
82 a day. Education committee.
Rep. Rickard, for 85000 for re
paiis to roads and bridges in Huma
kua. Tabled for consideration wilh
Rep. It. W. Wilcox, that II. G.
Crabbe was dismissed without cause
from the position of stotion keeper
in Honolulu, witli three months'
salary due and unpaid, and that
8300 bo appropriated to pay said
salary. He moved it be referred to
the finance committee
Rep. Kalua moved it be laid on
the table for consideration with the
Noblo Baldwin said this claim was
reported on adversely last session
aud ought now to go to some com
mittee Referred to financ committee.
Rep. Rosa, under suspension of
the rules, reported from thu revision
committee tlin bill transferring the
care and custody of prisoners from
the Department of the Attorney
General to that of the Minister of
Tlio third reading of the bill was
made the special order for this day.
Rep. It. W. Wilcox, that 810,000
be appropiiuted for the assistance of
St. Louis College, with tho provise
that thu following studies be pur
sued: Chemistry, descriptive and
analytical geometry, calculus, etc.
haid on the table
Noblo Puu, that a committee of
tlvo tie appointed to coiner, In con
junction with the Board of Health
physician at tho Kttlihi receiving
station, with lepers intended to be
scut to Molokai, iu order to ascer
tain the nature of their treatment at
Kalihi, and that if the committee
see fit they should instruct the Board
of Health not to send any more
lepers to Molokai without permis
sion of the said committee lie said
that people with very slight moiks
are sent to Molokai, while others
unmistakably matked with the dis
ease are detained. The Board had
disregarded a former lesolution of
thu House unci further uetiou was
Noblu Phillips said it was absurd
to scud the sanitary committee out
there to see who has or has not tho
disease Who were they that they
should vcuturo to glvo a decision on
ettoli a professional qc.tioii ? t As
clmirmali of the Sanitary committee
he could any that they had investi
gated the inoilo of examination of
suspects at Kalihi, and was able to
nsicrt that lliero was no chance ot
collusion among the examining doc
tors. There wore four of them,
they conducted their examinations
fieparately without exchanging a
word, and it required the decinion
of three of them to send u patient to
Molokai. The hon. Noble seemnd
to assume n kuowledgo of the dis
ease, but the speaker did not believe
he had ti particle of knowledge on
ihe subject. Tho way he Hung ie
solutions into this IIouso, one would
think that his countrymen were
badly treated. Thi3 he did not be
lieve was the case. Although there
had been no report from the sani
tary committee, they had not been
idlo but had looked into the receiv
Rep. ICulua moved to amend the
resolution so us to call for simply a
report from tho select committee us
to the management of the receiving
Noble Phillips objected emphati
cally lo a select committee It was
an insult to the sanitary committee
appointed by that Chair. He moved
the resolution be laid on the table
Rep. Kalua disclaimed any inten
tion of affront to the sanituiy com
mittee, which was not appointed for
the receiving station but for the
wholo kingdom. lie objected to
the resolution becauso it interfered
will) the law that gave the Board of
Health its authority. The speaker
was chairman of a select committee
of the Legislature of 1884, to inves
tigate complaints against the re
ceiving station then at Kakaako.
Rep. Rickard considered the
amendment of the hon. member for
Wailuku only added insult to injury.
They had a very capable sanitary
committee, that showed it wus look
ing after tho receiving station.
After the careful report of the
chairman, there was no necessity of
a select committee to investigate
further. Having the fullest sym
pathy with the sick people and their
fi muds, he yet believed that the
physicians were capable men and
would not without cause send any
body to Molokai.
Noblo Widemann said sentiment
would carry people away on this
subject. He hod been carried
away himself in reference to n case
in which ho had some interest, but
the result proved that he was wrong
then and the mover of the resolution
knew the case to which he referred.
Neither a committee nor a resolu
tion of this House can set aside the
laws of the land, and he would ask
the mover to withdraw his resolu
tion. Rep. Brown raised the point of
order, as several members rose to
speak, that a m.ition to lay on the
table was not debatable Sustained.
The resolution was laid on the
Noble Widemann.Jthat 825 be ap
propriated for return of taxes to J.
iesire to Call
For Lubricating tho Valves
y A. REGISTERED A "
VALVOLINE is nn earth oil specially prepared under the higbcr.l a leant
heat and from which all volatile and earthy mutter has been expelled by a.
process which leaves u puro and heavy oil, which prevents tho eating away
of bolts and keeps tho cylinder nnd piston packing perfectly clean. This
was the first Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and has been in con
stant use over eighteen veurs.
gWWo also manufacture Superior Maoliino nnd Spindlo Oils for all
classes of machinery.
Heoiiid. Sc 331 lis,
HONOLULU IRON -WORKS CO., Solo Agents. 601 3m
Owing to a Change in the Firm
A GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
' "Will Take Place at tlie
CORKER HOTEL & FOKT STREETS?.
Saturday, July the 1 2th.
Sweeping Reductions in Every Department
fc3 FOR HO DAYS ONLY a
V, tocntlODMb Ho moved thai a
special committee be appointed to
consider th'u rud oil similar resolu
tions. Minister Brown said nil previous
icsoliitions of tlio kind had been re
ferred lo the Minister cf Finauce
lie wr.3 roidy lo receive and inves
tigate this one also.
Noblo Widemann accepted tho
offer ns nn amendment, but said n
former Minister of Finance had lied
about the bush, mid prevented him
fiom getting luxes he paid twice
Referred lo Minister of Finance
Rep. Kamai read a first timo his
bill to provide, for the appointment
of two District Judges for liana, ,
and for the division of liana into
two Districts for that purpose
Rep. Kuina moved the House ad
journ. Rep. Kamui siid he had the floor,
having another bill to read. This
wus to amend the election law, and
when the reading Lad progressed a
quaitcr of nn hour
Rep. Kdua lose to a point of or
der. The bill was not prepared in
compliance- with Iho Constitution,
und it was a wasto of time to intllct
it on the House in its present shape
Noble Widemann again interrupt
ed the mover with u motion that ho
be excused from wading through all
that nduiirablo stuff, which he did
nut think a member of the House
Noblo Mursdcn agreed with the
hon. Noblo and moved the IIouso
The President There is no motion
before the House (After the nativo
version was read) : A motion to read
the English version by its title will
bo in order.
The bill was read by title in Eng
lish. Rep. Kalua objected to the bill
taking its usual course, as it would
be a waste of money to print it.
Minister Brown Tho only motion
in order will be cither to pass the
bill to its regular course or to re
Rep. Kamai asked leave to with
draw his bill. Granted.
The House adjourned at 11:50
till 10 o'clock Monday morning.
EVENTS THIS EVEHIKC.
"Our Strategists" at the Hawai
ian Opera House, at 8.
Meeting Typographical Union No.
30, at Harmony ball, at 7.
Endowment Rank, K. of P., nt
Tun French steel cruiser Dubour
diou, 10 guns, Admiral Regnuult do
l'emestnl, arrived to-day from China.
S.ilutcs were exchanged with the Ha
waiian battery and tlio U. S. F. S.
THE drink of the tlme3 is Hart's
Delicious lee Cream Soda, cool,
lef resiling and Invigorating, only 15
cents a drink, served at the Elite Ice
Cream IMiiurs. 598 lw
LF vim want a Hue cigars
and Cylinders of Steam Engiaea.
Corner Hotel & Fort (Street's.