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DAILY BULLETIN: UOjNOJLULU, H. I., JULY 16, 18'JO.
FIGURED INDIA SILKS !
THE LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOOIC OK
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS !
gj8 No. 2 Patterns alike. Fashionable l)ii'bsmnl.inj upst-iir ?
F. BHLERS & CO.
II.VVK .II'ST MCCKIVlUl A VKRY l.vmiK AS80HVMHNT OF
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
CBftufs Iurxiie-'hiii; Ei!ooS.s Ace, .&.,
All will he sold nt Reasonable Pi ices.
gjB Our Dressmaking Department under Hie management of MISS
CLARK! will ho re-opened nbout May 12th.
W&AM & iin
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Lino of Dry & Eancy Goods,
lUil GlovoHjiom O to SO JLSittoilfl,
Hobiery, yaliiies, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, TrnnksBags & Valises,
" Dlmoud HlocU." Noh. OC5 fir T liinyr tt et.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware 1
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPEB AHB
903 Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKET
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Ciupontojn', DliiekBiriitlip', iMucliitiisIa' A I'litmborrt' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensil, Points, Oils, YaniiidioH, Lamp Goodi mid
Blake's Steam Pumps, Yieston's Contrlfugals,
Wilcox & GIbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr, Jayne & Sons Family Medicines,
-OFFER AT BED
California Hay, OatB, Bran,
Oil Calce Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Rolled Barley,
Middling Ground Rurluy,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
JFIiOUJt WAlta, Golden Gato & SttlinnH-M FLOUR
Telephones, No. 176.
House, Cornui Fort & Hotel sis.
Cor. Edinburgh & duo en Ste,
Tui-spai, July 1").
The ITousu tusitmcd at 1;!$0 ami
continued with tlio
oiiiiiu; or tiii: day.
An Aot to ropoal Sous. 10!) to 1 17,
inclusive, Civil Code, relating to the
vaccination of children.
Jlup. Kaliooknno said -he inlro
duced the hill ut the reiiiust of sumo
of his eniistltueiitn. lie moved it he
refeired lo the sanilaiy cutmniltoo.
An Act to amend tku Act of 18.")!),
providing aid for the. establishment,
of hospitals for the benefit of sick
and disabled Hawaiian seamen.
Minister llroun said the bill wa
introduced by the lale Minister of
Finance. Its object was to reduce
tho tax on passengers enteiing the
kingdom, imposed for the benefit of
the tjueen's Hospital, fiom $2 a
head to 1, aud make the ship re
sponsible for it. Tlie bill also ex
tended the meaning of "Hawaiian
seamen" to all seamen employed on
vcsbcls of Hawaiian registry. Ho
moved the bill pass to engrossment.
Kep. Kalua thought the tax would
be taken fiom the passengers any
way. It would bo belter to repent
the law altogether, but for the pro
sent he only moved it lie refeaed to
the finance committee,
Ucp. Richard considered the bill
a good one, and supported lire mo
tion to pass it.
- Ucp. It. Wilcox knew fiom hU
own experience, the last time he
came from San Francisco, that the
lax was obnoxious to passengers.
This bill was very plain as it stood,
and he thought it should pass.
The bill passed, to be read a third
time on Fiiday.
An Act to amend nee. 22, ihap.
H'i, laws of 1S70, relating to stamp
duties, as amended by sec. 1, chap.
20, laws of I88ti.
Minister Brown explained that
the object pt the bill was to enable
residents of the country districts lo
obtain the adhesive stamps lcquiied
for nllking lo documents. The
Fostmastci-Gencral was to be charg
ed with Ihe distribution of these
stamps Ihioiigh the country post
nllices. He thought the bill should
be passed without hesitation.
Xoble McCarthy thought the bill
should ko to a committee. The
finance committee had found 22,000
and odd impression stamps in the
Custom House above what the books
called for. The blanks were distri
buted to merchants without account
of the number, on the theory that
the stamps were nol negotiable till
they passod over the counter. He
thought the impression slamps
should be abolished and adli"sive
stamps substituted. The bill slroiild
go lo the committee on eommetcc.
Rep. Kalua plowed it be leferred
lo the linance committee. Canied.
An Act to amend chap. .'11, laws
of 1382, to admit fertilizers inlo the
kingdom free of duty.
Rep. Kalua moved the bill pass to
be engrossed. It was intended to as
sist in developing our signcultuiai
Rep. Kaliookano moved the bill
be referred to a committee. It was
as important bill aad n committee
should ascertain whether it was for
tho benefit of the whole country or
only of a few people.
Rep. Rickard thought theio would
have been no discussion after the
remarks of the honorable member
far Wailuku (Kalua). The honor--able
member for Kohala might ah
well have asked whether the feilil
izcrs, if placed at the root of a live,
would benefit the whole tree or only
a few blanches. It theio weie a
variety of manufactures in the
country, the case might be different,
liven the bat burs and the dentists
here owed their living lo the agri
cultural interests of the country.
Rep. White moved the bill be re
ferred to the sanitary committee, as
it was possible that bad-smelling
feitilizers caused much disease in
Rep. Lucas did not sco what the
sanitary committee had to do w ith
il. It was not pioooscd to keen
fertilizers out, duty or no duty. The
present duty was a nominal one. Ho
supported the motion to pass the
Rep. Rickard explained that he
was not speaking for his personal
interest, as they used no feitiliern
at Ilonokau. (Smiles.)
Noble Muller saw no reason for
refening tho bill to a committee.
Fertilizers should be admitted fice,
also material for making fertilizers
Noblo Buichardt agreed witli the
previous speaker. 'Agents came
down hero representing that certain
fertilizers were wuitable for all kinds
of soils. Planters should bo enabled
to import matciials chraply, so that
they could compound ilium hero to
unit different soils.
The bill passed to cngiosemotit lo
be read a third lime Friday.
An Act to provide additional fa
cilities in nequliing homesteads.
Rep. Drown moved the bill bo re
ferred to the committee on public
lands and Internal improvements.
An Act to establish branch hos
pitals on (he different islands.
Noble Maisdeii, saying tho bill
involved important changes iij tho
Juws relating to (lie public health,
moved it bo referred to the sanitary
Rep. Itiekard, Introducer of tho
bill, accepted the motion, and the
bill went to the anllaiy committee.
An Act lo provide for a Police
Justice for tho District of Makawno,
Island of Maui.
Hop. Rickard moved ifbc referred
to the judiciary committee.
Rep. 11 row n" moved it pass to'cn
grossmont. No point or law was
involved. Tho bill simply raised
ihc District Justice to be a Polico
Justice the same as that of Wailuku
and other Districts. It was due lo
the increased impoitancoof the Dis
trict that the change should be
Rep. I'aehaolo did not see tho ne
cessity of a Police Justice in Maka
wao, ' there being one at Wailuku
close at hand.
Rep. Ilalstcad spoke as the intro
ducer of the bill, saying the reason
for the change was that thcie was a
large mixed population in tho Dis
tiict, and it was necessary to in
ciease the jurisdiction of the magis
tiate. Tt would be cry inconve
nient for residents to have to go to
Wailuku whenever they wauled a
Rep. Paehaolu did not. see that
sulllcicnt cause had been, shown for
giving Iho niagistrale of Makawao
criminal jurisdiction over tho whole
Island, liana and other districts
would be wanting police justices,
and then magistrates in these places
would have lo get higher salaiics.
Rep. Kalua agreed witli previous
speaker. Makawao was so near
Wailuku that there was no neces
sity for the change. He had never
heard of any ditllculty from the pic
senl position of the magistrate.
Rep. Rickard supported the bill
on the giound that changed condi
tions made the measure desirable.
He intended to ask the House to
pass a similar bill for his own dis
Uict. Noble Baldwin thought the time
had come 'when Makawao should
have a Police Cotut. In 18SU-7 the
fines collected in Makawao amount
ed lo 83,C13 and those in Wailuku to
S 1.29C, while in 1888-SO the amount
for Makawao Mas S.j,-180 and lor
Wailuku 1,372. Their i dative po
sitions of importance, as shown by
amounts of lines, had become ie
vctsed. The House had already
passed a salary to a Police Justice
Rep. Paehaolc was called to order
by Noble von Tcmpsky, for having
spoken three, times. The speaker
smiled ami held on the tenor of his
way. As to the sai.iry being al
icady passed, he said items were
often increased on the third reading.
hat he meant was that the time
would come when increased salaries
would be asked. Tbeiefoie he mov
ed the bill be indellnilely postponed.
The bill passed, lo be read a third
An Act to amend an Act entitled
"An Act to consolidate and amend
the law relating to the garnishee
process lo facilitate the collection of
debts,' approved the lUlhdayof
Seplcmbei, A. I)., 187UV The bill
piovides for extending the garnishee
process to the collection of debts
from persons employed by the Gov
ernment. Rep. Rickard moved the bill bo
refened to the judiciary committee,
because it imposed onerous duties
on the superiors of Government em
ployees, as well as hardships on tho
employees. These might have wives
and young children and it would be
veiy haul to garnishee half their
salaries fiom mouth to month, espe
cially when their financial ttoubles
were caused by sickness in their fa
milies. Rep. Lucas could not see why
this bill should not be engiossed.
Persons not in Government positions
often had sickness in their families,
and had as much right to be free
from liability for their debts as oll
cials. It was a bill to compel public
servants to be honest, and it ought
to pass to be read a third time to
morrow. Noble McCarthy, who introduced
the bill, did not think it was so
harsh a measure as had been repre
sented. It was only to prevent of
ficials from being above tho law, as
some of Ihem snapped then lingers
at their creditors. If the bill was
passed it would probably not need
to be used, as, if heads of Govern
ment ofllces wero dragged into Court
to answer for the debts of suboidl
nales, they would soon fire those
suboi dilutes out. It was not those
on small sahuieswho were most re
miss in paying bills, but those on
the larger sulatles.
Rep. Brown sympathized with the
object ol the bill, but said it was
not in condition to hold water. It
ought therefore to go to tho Judi
Rep. R. W. Wilcox believed the
object was good, but tho bill should
go to a committee.
The motion lo refer the bill lo the
judiciary commiltco curried.
An Act to encourage a larger cir
culation of that ceiialn publication
called "The Paradise of the Paci
fic." It piovides 812,000 to aid in
the publication ami distribution of
the paper named.
Noblo McCarthy moved the bill
bo refened to the committee on com
merce, so that the publishers could
have an opportunity of conveying
information to tho House.
Rep. Nawahi moved tho hill bo
Rep. Hind seconded the amend
ment. Millions of copios of this
paper hud been dish United (o little
or no purpose, and it was lidlculous
to expend so much money in this
manner under tho pretext of en
couraging torn ist travel.
Noble Macfarlaue did not liko lo
see any bill indefinitely postponed.
The bill should go lo a committee
for tho purpose of gaining informa
tion. As to the means proposed,
tho same thing had been employed
with success in California. Tho en
couragement of tourist liavel to tho
islands should bo promoted in
eveiy possible way.
Key. Paehaolc supported the In
definite postponement. It was all
vety well for tho honorable Noblo to
say he did not like such treatment
ot bills, but the action of that gen
tleman and others on the fishery
bill yesteiday was not yet cold.
Noble Macfarlaue explained that
the (Ishety bill had been rejected
session after session.
Rep. Paehaolc look the honorable
Noble at his own woid. The bill to
encouruge the Paradise of the Paci
fic had been rejected last session
after along fight.
Noble Mac'arlano wanted to be
understood. The fishery bill was
not thrown nut till it had been lo a
committee, and nil he advocated
was that Ibis bill should be com
Rep. Paehaolc contended that the
Paiadlse of the Pacific, with ils
twenty-four issues in two years,
was less valuable than the regular
newspapers in advertising the
Noblo von Tcmpsky called the
speaker to order, as lie had spoken
Noble Kauhane was in favor of
the bill being refeired to a commit
tee. He thought it would liavc
been belter if last Legislatuie had
given assistance to this paper. Peo
ple abroad weie not too well inform
ed about this country. There had'
been an increase oi tourist travel
the past two years. He had seen
the last two steamers come in with a
great many strangeis, most ot
whom were tourists who would
spend a great deal of money in the
Rep. Nawahi was still in favor of
his motion. ' It was nol ceilain that
the increase in liavel was duo to
this paper. By and by the Bulletin
would claim to hac helped and ask
for a subsidy. Then Dan Lyons
would come along and ask for aid
lot his paper, and even Mr. Bush
himself might want a subsidy.
Noble McCaithy spoke of the
benefit of similar publications in
booming Southern California. The
publisheis refused offers of adver
tisements of patent medicines every
mail, because their object was whol
ly to adveitisc Hawaii. Although
he knew that three membeis of the
Committee on Commeico were hos
tile to the bill, he was willing that
it should go before them for inves
tigation. Rep. Kauhi said the bill provided
$300 a month out of the treasury to
these publishers, and wanted to
know if the treasury would get any
thing in return.
Noble McCarthy said not at pre
scut, but indirect benefits to the
country were expected which would
lepay the expenditure.
Rep. Kauhi consideied it a bad
bill, and it should be killed befoic
it did any harm. If parents saw a
centipede appioaching a child in a
cradle, they would not wait till it
got at the 'child and bit it. If the
honorable Noble wauled to know
what harm was in the bill, let him
come to his house and ho would
give him something lo listen to all
Rep. Lucas thought it would not
cost moie if the bill was refeired lo
a committee. Ho thought it was a
good bill and it would be time
enough to throw it out after a com
mittee reported on it. The com
mittee, if'tliey saw fit, could leduce
tho amount proposed. If tho paper
would help out l ho Punchbowl and
Volcano loads it would do good,
The ayes and noes were called on
the motion to indefinitely postpone
the bill, witli the following result:
Peterson ; Nobles Berger, Macfar
laue, Midler, McCaithy, Phillips,
Crabbe, Kauhane, J. M. Hmner,
Marsden, Baldwin, W. V. Horner,
Walbiidge, Andcrson,von Tcmpsky.
G. N. Wilcox, Kanoa, Isenbcrg;
Reps. Marques, Lucas, Baker, Rick
ard, Rice, A. S. Wilcox 2ti.
Ayes Nobles Pua, Hind, Bur
churdtj Reps. Brown, Bush, Kauhi,
Nawahi, A. Horner, Kaliookano,
Waipuilani, Apiki. Paehaolu. White,
Kanealii, Hulstead, Kama!, Knud
The bill was icfericd to the Com
mittee on Commerce.
President Walker appointed the
select opium committee as follows:
Reps. Brown, Bush, Baker, Noble
von Tcmpsky, Rep. White, Noble
Anderson, Rep. Rickard,
'1 he House adjourned at 1 :12.
"VTOTICB 1ft hPioby given thai tho ilrm
L of the Hawaiian Hotel Stables Co.
has been lemgiitiUcd. George V. Mnc
failane, E. It. Miles, W. Aiihiln Whit
ing, it nsteo and Thus. S. Kay, have io
Hied from said linn and all Interests
are now vested in D. Paul It. Iseiibeiir.
W. II. Cornwdl and 8. I. .Shaw, who
as co-paitneiB under mild llim name
will cuiy on iho business of Hack,
llonuilng and I.lveiy Stables and Jm
poiteiMaud Deltoid In Livestock.
Cornwell, resident of Wnllukii, Maul,
filmvv ii Ipcnhcig, leshlcnts of Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Hotel Stables Go.
D. PAUL It. TfVENllKRQ,
Wm.IL CORN WEI J.,,
Honolulu, Juno p, 1590. 08 2vv
Ex. Win. IT. nimonil,
OP IIIOH TKST.
LEWIS & CO.
Neat Cattle !
On MONDAY, July 21st,
There wilt be nol.l nt Public Amtlon,
at ICnhlMmil, Maul,
100 Heafl Govs & Calves,
MOHK or LKaa.
ter A goinl oppoi (unity to procure
line Mtock. 571) till
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
AccuuriUuU, Collectors, OouiuiUutau Agents and
Cuttoiu Kotko Uiukxra.
Aro at sill limust pinpart-il to per
form iniy ituwiptluu of ( leiical Woik,
null na Auditing Aiciiiints, Posting up
Tnuleaiiu'irs Hooks, Making Inventories
of Slock, Kngri.ioiug Lej;iil Ducuuiuiitu,
Kle. C'liiipt-unl am) Reliable Freight
Cluiks fin tin- ilclivoi) nuil tll)l ttlfr of
BJrOillri' ul Hiii.iaci; fc ltoitnumiN's,
Qin.cn Mrn.1 ljsi OMUv Ui IB!) Mil.
tiul Tulcpli.fiie 1": It'll Telephone 414
Powell's linggngtt Express.
J AS. l'OWKl.L, foiiiieily omploynil
nt Union Fund Co. "for hoverid
jeurs, bavhiir gone Into the baggage
expii'ss Imeiuu-is, solicits pntiomigc.
Stiuiil, corner of King and Hetllel
streets. Oidi-is.ean lie left at Young
Null's I'lgar iniiii. liagjng(i dellveii-u
with pioinptness ami care to nuv part
HS. MONUOK, ladies' nurso, lias
rrnviveil lo Hn. u, KIIRllI luue.
JbOlt SALE CHEAP
A COMPLETE oulUt for nuking and
dispensing caibounted beveiugts
all In aood ordei . Address
Ml :im Wnlolihui, Hawaii.
ON account of III beidth Dr. J. M.
Whitney has appointed l)i. E. L.
IIulchtuMHi to take chaigc of bin office
until his lutui n. 617 tf
NOTICE Isheioby given that I will
not p.ij; dolus eouiiacted in my
mime wlthoiiMiiv wiitlen order.
W. C. ACIII.
Honolulu, .TulyJlB'JO; Cii8 1in
I WILL not be icdponslble for any
bills ag.iinst die Steamer J,Aka'
mal" uulci-b bieinred hv my wiitlen
order. I!. i CASTLE.
Honolulu, Ji i no 7. lBOO. firfi tf
TnE Haw all in Hotel Stables give
notice to those owing them old
accounts, ihat it not settled bv August
1, 1800, they will lie put In the bauds
of a eollei'inr. (101 Id
NOTICE Is heieby given that I will
pay no bills contracted by Mrs.
Itebeecii Punee l'liuku without my
will leu oidor.
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
Honolulu. .Inly ll.lS'.iO. filial w
rnilE Hawaiian Consti notion Co. will
X not be responsible for any bills
conti acted In their name without a
wilttPii order signed either by D. P.
PeteiRon or J. M. Oat.
15. K. DILLINGHAM,
Manager Hawaiian Consti notion Co.
Honolulu, July 11, 1800. Oir.t lm
THE Undersigned have sold out the
dry goods hindiics heretofoio ear
lied on by them at No. 57 it fi'i Hotel
Htreet, to Mr. A. (1, Kllvu who will con
duct lliu busiuosR on his own account
fiom and utter this (Into.
M. A. GONSALVKS &).
Honolulu, May 21, 18110. r.mitf
ALL claims ugnliibt tho 'Honolulu
Duliy" lo Jiuii' 1, 1800, miiAl be
left at Ihe olllco of J. A. Magunu within
DO days f i oiii date. McbSis. Hew el t &
JucnbM-ti uie authoiicd to collect all
bills due Ihe Honolulu Daily" fiom
May 1,1 Wit).
J. I DOWSETT. .Tit.,
Honolulu. .Tune 14,1800. r.U) tf
HAVING In tight out Mr, IJ,
Pupil In the "Honolulu Carriage
Manufaou.ry," at 128 Fort street, I am
prepared to continue tho above business
under the old name of Honolulu Cur.
riuge Manufactory, and being an ofd
experienced carriage bulkier I nollelt
the patronago of my old frieuds arid the
public In general, uml with my thorough
knowledge of tho busluess and wih t:.
pcrienced workmen and using only the
host material I guarantee general tails,
faction. Please call and seo me before
(Blgnedh GIDKON WEST.
Honolulu, Oct. 80, 1886, n91 t
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W SAW VUANUISl'O,
Tho new und UneAl stool stramsl.1
Of the Oceanic Steamship Comp my, will
be due m Honolulu from .sdne
and Auckhtiitl on or about
July 26, 1890.
Ami will leave for the above port wltu
mails aud passengers on or about that
For fieight or passage, hnviuir SU.
PE.'MOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
VM. Q. I&WIN & CO., Acenta.
For Sydney and Auckland.
Tho new and lino Al steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Franciaco on or about
Aug. 2, I8S0.
And will have prompt dispatch with
Illalla UUd nahH.'ni'eru fni- l,. .,!...., ........
.,.?f,w. 8,u or l'sisaage. having BTJ
fBll! OK ACCOMMODATIONS, appl,
37 WM. Q. IKWIN & CO.. Ageam
Gustav A. Schumaii
No. 70 & 01 : . Kino Slroet.
At W. Wright & Son's.
Having leocivul a full assortment of
i arrlnito Trimming Materials from the
East, I am piopiuul to execute all ouleu
with neatness and despatch at very rca.
somible rut us.
Mrs. til. J. RAMOS
In PliotopajMc Gallery
At A, 1, 8m!th'fl( UptUtis,
Where the Beit, the Neatest aud the
Pliotoirrnpldo Pictures and Residence
Mews aii! token. Entire satisfaction
glveu, aud all oider.sprompily attended
. A !,0,lH'''tf,d Invitation is sentout
to tlie hullo to call und s-eo for them-mw"-
A NATURAL Mineral Water,
.sale onlv bv
, . W. S. LUOE,
Sole Agent & Inipoiter for tho Ha
waiian Isliunls. 623 tj
TAI WO CHAN,
Manufacturer of LriIum'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SKIN 8HKOS MADK 10 OJIDKII.
I'riCKt-d op How eil ; nluo, Hmldl.H.
aSNuuanu St., : : : P.O. Hex 201,
COO KSftft & CO.,
No. CO Nimonil St., Honolulu,
And donlcis in all kinds of
OuMKliut-reu mid FurnlHliluu Joo.!h.
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
uondb. Good III jrmviniitced. r.l7 3m
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort f.'ieet to Ho-
hello Lane, Pair jia.
Omc Houitsi i) A. u. to 12 u, . d
v. m. to 0 l'. 14.
Mutual 008itTELGPH0NE8jrEell 475
1 FIREWOOD for sale at Hawaiian
. Commcrolul Salesrooms, corner of
Queen and Niiimuu slreou. 4 fig if
'.- a. t i
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