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FIGURED INDIA SILK
THE LAHGtiST ami MOST
ST No. 2 Patterns alike. FariiionaWo DioJsninkinp; ptiiir jitCS
B. F. EILEES & CO.
HAvr. just nr.cr.iVKi) a vkky laugh Assoimtr.NT or
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
OeaitV; luriiijsliinj Goods, Arc., Aw..
All will lie Bold ill JiPnsonablo Trices.
gjST Our Diessniakinc; Department under the management ot JIISS
CLAKIC will bo re-opened about May 12th.
HAVE JUST KECKIVE1) Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Eancy Goods,
JCIU Gloves from f to SO XJ-uttoiiw,
Hosiery, Satincs, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Valises,
" OJmo.uI JJlocIr," Kos.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lanros and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
Howse Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPtfEE AND
993 Sheet Iron Work.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSUKAA'CE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements.
1U .A IS'JLW.r.KJ
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Kitchen Utensils-, I'ninlv, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Ooi.iIh und
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's CentrifnUals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne fi Sous Family Medicines,
-OFFEIt AT IJED
Jalil'oinla J lay, Oats, Urun,
Oil Ciilco Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Kolled Barley,
"Middling Ground ltarloy,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
FhOUll QTAlta, Golden Gate & Snlliiiungrt VLOVll
loloplionos, No. 175.
OOMPLBl'U STOCK OF
INDIA SILKS 1
J. FISHEL'S, .
House, Corner Foit to Hotel sic
OG ..: t7" Itinjr JSIim'W..
Machinists' to l'lumbera' Tools,
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts,
"iak?l4j.iC --jkiU .
bAlLX JSUL.WJ1TIN ; ILOJviOLLLU, H, Jt.j
! he mum.
Vr.iNT.siAY, July H.
Committee of tho wliolo resumed
at 1 :05.
Ilurcau oT Immigration Salary
of lii3cclor-Gcnut'al,S 1800. Passed.
lap.inusu Iitspeclot and luti pro
-Noblo Crabhc wanted lo know
wliy tho Japanese Inspector got
nioio than the Inspcelor-Uenoial.
Minister Hi own explained, ruder
n convention tlii3 Government en
gaged with that of Japan to employ
a certain munlier of those induct
ors and physicians. While ho was
Minister -of Fuieign Affairs this
ngreoiiie'iu was modilled so as lo to
qiurc only one man. .The present
incumbent, .Mr. Xacayama, was very
cllii'icnt, as hi colleajiie, llio fortn
or Inspector ticuor.il, could los.lify.
Hop. Kanoalii moved ? 1800.
l'asscd as in bill.
Incidentals, SIG00. l'asscd.
Mini&lur Sponcor'mnvod lo insert,
Maintenance of Now Ik'biides de
pot, SiiUOO. Carried.
Postal r.uieaii Salary of 1'ost-jnastor-Gcncral,
l!ep. Marqucs moved $('.000.
After tho salaiiea of Chief Cloik of
Supremo Court and Chief Clerk of
Interior Department had been re
duced to S0O0O, he saw no reason
why the salaiy of tho l'oslmabler
Gonoral should not bo l educed to
the same figure. There was only
considerable work m the olllec once
a month on the arrival of mails, the
I'oslmaslcr-Gcncral bcins able to
attend to matters outside the lost of
the time, as they had soon.
Hep. Blown moved it pass as in
the bill. A difference should be
made between the head of a bureau
and the chief clerk ot a depailmonl.
Ho did not know whelhrr tliohonur
able member had a li.inkciing alter
the ofiice. It was a mistake lo say
that Hare was nothing to do Qxccpt
once a month.
Kop. 1. W. Wilcox was in favor
of tho item as in the bill, until the
honorable member compared the
ollicc with that of the Suiveyor
Geucral. Then he became in favor
of reducing the salary. The Surveyor-General
lcquirod to be a man
of scientific attainments, and it
would be hard to get one to take
tho place of the present incumbent;
whereas the postal bureau could he
conducted by a man without any
Minister Hi own hoped the item
would pass as in the bill. The
Postmaster - General in the past
period had handled o or a million
dollars ot the people's money, and
the position was tlierofoio a voiy
important one. In most other coun
tries the Postmaster-General was a
member of the Cabinet.
Noble Baldwin said that preious
to the past pciiod the sahuies of
lieaiK of bin cans weie 8000. If
that were a pioper salary then, the
proposed item should be increased
rather than reduced, as the woik in
all these bureaus had greatly in
Noble Widcmann was opposed to
reduction. The Postmaster-General
had as much work a3 any ollicial.
Besides the 11101103' 01 l'lc savings
bank in Ills charge, a large amount
'passed tlnough his hands monthly
111 the 11101103' ordersyslcni. '
Passed as in the bill.
Pay of clerks, 33,000.
Noble Crabbc wanted details.
Minister Spencer gave the follow
ing list: Bookkeeper, SI.'jO a month ;
1st delivery clerk, SlflO 2d. deliv
ery clerk, S7f ; 1st registr3' and
parcels cleric, S12."i ; 2d ditto, 100 ;
lstsorting cleik.SlOO; 2d do..7.r);
3d ditto, 2f ; Postal Savings Bank,
1st clcilc, S'iOO; 2d ditto, 100;
Mono3' Order Branch, ihst clerk,
1sj0; 2d ditto, 875.
Bop. Pachaolc wanted to know if
the same number ot clerks wore to
bo employed 111 the curicnt as in
the past period.
Minister Spencer was unable to
answer that question offhandydl3'.
Noble Phillips asked why the iirst
clerk in the Savings Bauic branch
gets 200 a month, and the book
keeper and another (list cleik only
SloO each. The bonds of both
clerics are exactly the same.
Minister Spencer supposed llioy
wore paid according to their woik
Noble Widemann thought the
reason was that the bookkeeping
was divided between diJforent men
in the various branches.
Noble Phillips said everything
except the savings passed through
tho hands of the regular bookkeeper.
Bcp. Marques moved to refer tho
item to a select committee. He
wanted to know if cleika in all
branches were paid on a uniform
basis. He had heard of changes in
the ollicc, in which clciks wore paid
less than those preceding them, and
where a reduction was made, in 0110
case in order to permit of an In
crease in another.
Minister Spencer said nothing of
the kind had been douo since he be
Noble Mncfarlano did not believe
tho House or a committee should
meddlo with nriangoinonts of sala
ries by heads of bureaus. Such a
course would destioy discipline in
tho services. Still, as.the Minister
had not been long enough In olllce
to becomo fully acquainted with tio
details of bureaus, ho thought these
items might properly be referred to
n select committee,
-vii-'t-'H-ifrxJv' .-...Ji .-A.' ','
JJpp. i'fttltnolo was In favor of ro
fcrcncc While It would not bo
light to meddlo with the details of
management, n committee of the
House was entitled to make any in
quires about salaries or anything
Bcp. Bickard wag of tho same
mind as Bop. Brown in the forenoon,
about referring items In committees.
Heads of bureaus wcio responsible
to tho Minlstiy, and the Ministry to
the House. He was in favor of llio
item passing. ,
Hop. White favored rfJfciencc to
a committee. It was reported that
the Postmaster-General was 'i man
ofvaiiablo tempers, and tint ho
raised or lowered tho salaries of
cleiks just as lno temper dictated
from month to mouth. If such was
llio case, the cloilrs must have a
monkey and parrot time of it. The
clerks if capable should lecoive pay
at uniform rales.
Minister Brown said the last ap
propriation was 2G,000. The in
crease oT 7000 for tills period was
caused l3' two new clerks being re
quired for the postal savingn b.mk
work, on account of legislation pio
posed to bo passed this seision.
Willi logard to the temper ol the
head of tho bureau, if any cletk was
injured thercly, ho could piob
ably obtain redtcss ly appealing to
Bep. Hoa was not gencra'h' in
favor of referring such items lo a
committee, especially where tho re
quired information could lie gained
by questions to the Ministers. At
the same time he maintained that
tho House had a light to go into any
department of the Government to
investigate its affairs. His mind
had been impressed with the declar
ation of the lights of the Legisla
tuio, in the veto controversy m tho
session of 1888. The House had
llio right to retusc supplies to His
Majesty, but it might not always be
wise to oxerci-o that right. Instead
of lofoiring this item to a commit
tee, let llio Minister be given time
to produce the iiii'oiiiialiun. It ar
gued a lack of confidence in the
Ministry to bo referring these 'do
tails to committees lor investigation,
as it was the duty of a Minister lo
dismiss any head of a buicju who
conducted his ollicc impropoily.
Another objectionable feature of t lie
discussion of supplies was the vilill
oatioii of ollicials, which lo him was
a constant soutco ol aiinoj'ancc and
aiiiel3. Let tiic House deal with
the Ministers who represented every
biauch of the administration. The
House represented the people and
held lhc"Ministr3' to account, and
tht'3' should stamp down those im
pi opricties. ( Applause. )
Noble Widemann wanted to know
if the pievious speaker said thai
anything had been heard about re
fusing the King's salar3 at last ses
sion, lie was in tiic House and
necr hcaid such a thing mentioned.
Bep. Bosa explained Unit he had
simplj' spoken of the light of the
House by WM3' of illustration. As a
matter of fact, tho light to 1 of use
supplies to His Majesty was de
clared on tho lloor ol this House.
Noble Widemann, in the course
of fuilhcr rcmaiks on the question,
said it was the Minister's salaries
that should bo refused if t!-ie House
Bop. Brown advocated passage of
the item, holding that tiie ine'reasu
was slight compared with the addi
tional woik. If cleiks had just
grievances, lie was sure they could
obtain lcdrc&s from the Minister.
Bep. Paehaolo reminded the
House that the motion for lefcrcnco
included the following three items,
viz.: Pay ol postmasteis, 20,
000; pay of mail carriers, 25,000 ;
incidentals, 13,000. It was folly
ior members lo say that the Minis
ter could give them all the inform.i
tion wanted, as ho had 110L boon
long enough in olllce to become ac
quainted with the details of tho
different bin cans. He was sorry lo
see home of the nicinbois sot their
faces against investigation. A pro
posal lo appoint a select committee
on items had an clfcct on these
members like the shaking of a red
rag at .1
mad bull. It was no ovi-
want of confidence in the
Ministry to appoint a committee to
investigate a matter, and it had not
been so regarded 13' the lalo Attor-ncy-Gcncral
in the case of the opium
Bep. Bush favored reference lo a
select committee It hail not boon
satisfactorily explained to the House
how so much money was to bo ex
pended. Tho Minister had told
them ho was not prepared to give
full Information. They ought to
have tho icport of tho Finance com
mittee by this lime to enlighten
them on those items. Why should
salaries bo voted in lump sums, un
less 11101103' was wanted for dirty
secret service? Thcro was reason
for investigation if there was a eraiy
postmaster wiio raised a clerk's sal
ary one month and lowered it an
other. WI13' should thoio cleiks'
enlailcs be lumped when those of
the Supremo Coin t had been voted
separately, and that with all tho in
formation on tho subject that llio
House jcquired? It would bo a
disgrace to every member of this
House if it shirked investigation.
Bep. 11. W. Wilcox spoke at
length in favor of reference to a
committee What was wauled in
tho Post Olllce was a "new broom."
Thurston Mood by his friends and
dismissed obnoxious ollicials, but
this Ministry sat thcro and did no
thing but promise to act by and by.
The Ministers could not furnish the
information, therefore it should bo
left lo a select committee.
'M 'UvX, s&tfidM&ttouriiftiiJim titt
JULY .1?, I3u0
Nobis Phllllpa Inlet ruplcd tlid
honorable inombei' with .1 remark
that ho Could not sec why ' they
should listen to all that rigmarole.
Ho haled lo have lo listen to un
Noble Parker said all the members
weie not lawyers, and it was not
light for tho majority to attempt to
suppie3s nu attempt lo got infoi illa
tion. These Items should go lo a
committee for investigation.
Bcp. Ivalua advocated reference
of llio items. To lefuso a commit
tee of investigation, would establish
a wiong precedent.
Noble Baldwin favored lofoicnce
to a committee. Whjlo it might not
always bo wise to o.voicise their
lights, in this case the House ncoil
o"d Information. lie had presented
petitions lor increased pay of cer
taiiia!l carriers, but was not fully
informed on tho meiits of tho cases.
The pay of postmaster) was an
other matter that should be investi
gated. Ho was in favor of refor
ling llio-c items to a committee, Mint
not on account ol the first item.
Bop. Bush disclaimed, on behalf
of thoic who supported loferenco of
the items, any intention of going
into the department lo dictate ratc-3
A general discussion took place
on the question of whether one item
or the series was before the I louse
Tho Chairman ruled that the motion
included the U1100 items following
the one icad.
Tho motion lo refer the items to a
select committee carried.
The committee rose, reported pro
gress and asked leave to bit again,
and the report was adopted.
Noble Isonborg called a mooting
of tho Education committee imme
diate' after adjournment.
Noble McCarthy called the com
mittee on llio Bowler claims, at tho
Finance ollice after adjournment
Bop. B. W. Wilcox called the
committee on the Moreno claim,
Thursday moining at !) o'clock.
Noble Phillips called the Sanitary
committee, Thursday morning at 51
Noble Marsden wanted some of
the committees to change their
times. He belonged lo lliroc com
mittees but was only one man.
President Walker appointed, as
the committee on llio item in the
.'ui'voy olllce: Nobles Widemann
and liind, Bops. B. W. Wilcox, A.
Iloincr, and Kimai. Also, as the
committee on postal items: Bop.
Mniques, Noblo Paiker, Bops. A.
S. Wilcox and Nawahi, Noble Bald
win. Tho House adjourned at 1 o'clock.
OX account of ill health Dr. J. !.
Whitney has appointed I)r. B. L.
Hutchinson to take charge of 1 1 i oflko
until his retui 11. ' .".I" if
'JPIIB undersigned will not he i-espim-s.
slbln for iiny ilobis conducted In
his name without hN written older.
COoIlt Ilanalei, Iviual.
"VTOTICBlslii'ioliy given that I will
J.T not, pay debts contracted in my
name without, my wiitten order.
W. C. AOllI.
Honolulu. .Tuly 7, 1S0. ;,.)t, 1 111
rjpilK Hawaii in Hotel Stables give
.t uoliue lo lliii.p owing tliem old
accounts, that if not settled by Aiigu-.l
1. ibiio. they will bo put in the hauiK
of a collector.
fVrOTlt'i:ilieieliy g'ven that I will
.Li pay no bill-, loudai'leil by Mis
Kobecea I'.tuoo J'uuKu without my
.1. ALKBKf) MAGOONT.
Honolulu, .lulv II. 1M1KI. I'OJ 1 w
rnilH Hawaiian Contiuelion Co. will
JL not be lesnouxililu for any billa
cnnti acted in liicir name .without u
wiitten oitlpr Mncd either by I). P.
Putrrsou or .L M. Oar.
1$. l' DILLINGHAM.
Manager Hawaiian C'oni-tuiUlou Co.
llonuliilu, .Inly , 1S1I0. (i(U lm
'THIC iindorsigned havo hold out llio
R ilry gooils biif-luosH heietoforo car
ried on by ihom at No. 57 i5 f)!) Hotel
Mioet, to -Mr. A. O bilva who will con
duet tint business on his own account
fioni and after thisd'ito.
M. A. GONSA LYIiS & CO.
Honolulu, May m, 181)0. r.S.'itf
gainst tho "Honolulu
r. Hairy" to .luuo
1, 181)0, must ho
left at thoollleo of J. A. Majroon within
!!0 days from date MesMrf. Howell &
.laeob-en are aiillimieil to collect nil
billH duo tho ' Honolulu Dairy" lroin
May 1,1 bill).
J. l.DOW.SKTT, .lit.,
Hoilollllll.JllllDll.lKnO. TiM) It
aAVINO bought out Jlr. W. II.
i'ao in tho "Honolulu Curiajjo
Mnnn factory," at 128 Foil i.tieel, I uni
jirf.parcd to coiitinuu tho abovo biibine
iinilor tho old n-inic of Honolulu Car.
riiij;e Miinufucloiy, and being nit old
cxiei ienced currlugu builder I solicit
lliu lmtroniino of my old fi fends and tho
nubile in general, anil with my thorough
knowleih'u of tho business and with ex.
rieriunccii woruuicii nr.tl uelng only the
best material I guaraiilco general aatia
faction, licaro udl ami mo inu before
(Siuiiud): (BDEON WEST.
Honolulu, Oct. 2S, issil. um tf
rrHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
,. ., - roiumiiH, purely local niattei
Mailwl to fmclgu counlricH. 5 pur
wmfa ii'itu i: ,ttfei
Ebllili i I &
.j uwr KisojiivKo :
Ex. Win. II. Dhiiond,
OK HIGH TKS'IY
LEWIS & CO.
TVJO'l tor, h hereby given lint tho lb 111
L ot the Hawaiian llntul hlalile-Co.
has boon ronig.iuiiMl. George V. Mnc
fiiilan.', B. Jt. .Mile-. W. Austin Whit
ing, uutoo ami Tims. S. ICay, haw ro
tiiuil fioni t-.tlil lb 111 anil ail hito.i-cU
1110 now vo'tert lu ). Paul U. Isenbeig,
W. It. (Joinwell ami S. I. .Shaw, who
as eo-partiiPis under .said linn name
will e.nry 011 the. liiibine.os ot HaeK,
Coariliiig anil Lively Stables and I111-pmtcr-tuiul
Draleis in LUo Stock.
rornwHl. lesldent or W.illuku, Maul.
Shaw ,V Isuiilieig, lopi.lcnia of Hono
1). PAUL II. ISICNIJEKO,
u i L:r, ., '
, .lime !). IMK).
$RlU ?SIe.blB I
On P.IOXDAY, ..hily SIhI,
Tlicic will be snlil at Public Auction,
ai Kalilkbuii, M mi,
100 teti Cows h Cslra,
liORE or LEGS.
HEWSTT Si JACOBSE2T,
Accountants, Collectors, Ojramisatoa Accnts nail
Cm torn Houco brokers.
Arc at, aM lime-? prepared to jicr
form uiiy i!i"-pii;itinu of tioncal Woik
smell as tmlliin; At cnunls', Pnlmg up
Ti.Klesinen's Hooks .M i!:iiiK Invonloiiei
ol Stool,, l.ugioi-InK Lofral Documents,
Etc. CI. iiqu'.oii and KiH'iuIc Fruifilit
Clinks lor the ikinuiy and talking of
ESTOJHco at Hustacr & Itonr.UTSox'a,
Queen -.Iteel Post Olllce Uox 18'!. Alii
tinllck'pliunp I'.': il.ll Telephone 41!
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FOB BAJSO BY.
l.'o, 30 Kuuacn St, P. 0, Eox 2G7,
Boot and Shoe Store,
Having had 10 ycais experience in
tliobtiMup??, ,1 am prepared to 111:11111-
taeturo to older fashlouablu liatid
FOwed Lndh'a' A3 Goiitloinou's Ilooth ,t
Jiboi"'. AImi, Fieueh t5 Aniorican Hoots
to .Shoes locoivi'd by every Fleamer.
Prices ica'-ouablo. I solicit your pat
A. G-. SILVA,
OQ & 07 Hotel Etroct,
Furniture, Matting & Carpet Laid
" , C0111IOI10)CN,
Finn Upholstering and licddlug n ppo
clally. . , jiiui) KJ-tiin
MH8. MONHOE, ladles' nuro, lma
reinovod to No. a, Kiikul lane.
Oceanic Stsamsliip Cou'y.
From San Francisco.
, July 2(i.
Alameda Sept 20.... Sept 27
iuiinpoyn uci IS.....U0I lift
Zealand in Nov 15..,.. Nov 22
Aliuncdn Boo 111 Boo 0
For Sen Francisco.
8yd no v
Zealand ia July si, ,
Alameda Au'ir (i.,
f-Vpt :i....Sopt, 20
, .Nov 20...
Intermediate S. S.
, Nov 21
and lino At steel nmnislii
Of the UeeanicHluiii,.!,,o,imvinv, will
be duo hi Honolulu lrom bilno
and AiieMand on or about '
Ami will -leave lor lliu above port with
malls and passengers 011 or about that
For fioigjti or p.w4nire, liavinc: SU.
WM. G. I11WIK & CO.. AgeaU.
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new end lino Al steel Btcaru.ihip
Of the Oceanic Stcamsliip Company, will
ho due al Honolulu limn San
Francisco on or about
Aug., 2, SSSO.
And will tiavo ptompt dihpatch with
mails and passoiiftuis for thcabovopoits.
ior troight ur pasture, liavimr HU
PICK1 OB ACCf JMtlOUA'riONS; applj
57 T7H. G. nrWIH & CO.. Agents
uustav A. Schximan
No. 79 & 81
A 1 w.
: : King
Wright & Son's.
Having received a full assortment of
t'nrrianoTrimininj; Materials from tho
Bust, 1 .mi premredlo execute all oulcrn
with neatness and despatch at ycry rca.
G. A. S03UMAN.
H. J. RAMOS
New FMcinMc Gallery
At A, L, SnltU's, Upstairs,
Vhcro tho Be-.t, tho Neatest p.nd tho
Photographic rioluips and He!deiieo
Views aio taken. Entire Pali.sfaetinn
given, and all orders promptly attended
CtTA respectful invitation is sent out
to llio ladles to call and heu for thein
s,,',,:' C80 lm
A NATURAL -Mineral Water.
xa. talc only by
W. S. LUCE,
Solo Agent to Inipoiler for the Ha
waiian Ihlaiuls. 5L';i tf
Manufacturer of Lndics'
French Kid, Caif
SKIN 8lli:OS MAI1K TO OUDF.ll.
I'i'cui'il or HcwoU ; nlHo, NailOIcH.
3-J Nuiianu bt., : : : 1 O, Ilox 5!0 1.
goo ium & co.,
No, fit) Nuiiniiu St., Honolulu,
And dealers in all Kinds of
OasnluiercH anil ruriiihliluc tiiunn.
AIho, a full Block of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Good ill guaranteed. 5i7 ::iii
OJIANWE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort c'.reet to Ito.
hollo Lane, 1'iilr.na.
Okkick Houits: 0 a. m. lo 12 m. ard
l". m, to 9 1'. 11.
Mutual C0DinTELnPII0NEj:BS"Ecll 47C
TCUHHWOOI) for falo at Hawaiian
JL Couimoiclid BalcBrooms, corner of
Osteon and N.mnuu fitrcots. lift tf