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DAILY BULLETIN : HONOLULU, 11. I., JUtA 18, 1890
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Mgm l'elepnonee, .no. no, for. ainDurgn cc ituoon ota, (Mr. White)
Tliu House rc-nemblcd at 1 :!10.
Hup. Knhookauo rnosed that llie
Third Circuit bill bo luferriid to the
judiciary committee. Owing to
changed conditions of travel It was
easier for people to go to Kohaln
now than to Avaimea fouucrly.
Ke'p. Apilci aM in lavor of the
bill. The leusons urged applied to
the people of Kan as well us those
of other districts.
2oble Parker desired the bill (o
go to the judiciary committer , as he
wished to give his vie.ws to a com
mittee. .Noble Marsden withdiuw his mo
tion for a select committee, and
Hep. Hi own withdrew his motion for
Koble 1'tia was convinced by the
aiguments that the bill should pass,
and thought it as a Vi able of time
to commit it.
Hcferrcd to judiciary committee.
Minister lirown snid the next two
bills (poi license and divorce for
leprosy) were introduced by a mem
ber who was absent on leave (Hep.
Cummmgs), and ho moved they be
passed over and the nextjou the or
der taken up. Carried.
Second reading of an Act to
amend see. !i, chap .').", Session
Laws of 18S(i, relating to the cur
rency. The section as proposed to bo
amended reads as follows: "The
Minister of Finance bhall receive on
deposit Hawaiian silver coin to any
amount not less than twenty dollais,
and issue certificates of deposit
payable to bearer therefor of the
denominations of twenty, fifty, one
hundred, and live hundred dollars
respectively, setting apart as a spe
cial deposit the money so received,
as security for tlte redemption of
Minister Drown moved the bill
pass to engrossment. It was intend
ed to restore a law formerly in
force, but which was repealed on be
half of a firm that was going to stait
a bank. Oieat inconvenience and
loss occasioned throui the neces
sity of shipping of silver collected
in taxes.' Considerable loss in
weight was necessarily caused by
abrasion which the taxpayers woidd
ultimately have to pay. A business
man had to be accompanied to the
bank by a man with a wheelbarrow
to carry the silver, and a few days
later tbc coin would have to be
trucked from the bank.
The bill passed to be read a third
Second reading of an Act pre
scribing the seat of justice of the
Second Judicial Ciicuit of the King
dom. Hep. Brown moved the bill be re
ferred to the judiciary committee,
to which had just been referred the
bill relating to the Thud Circuit.
Rep. Waipuilani moved the bill
be indefinite' postponed, and asked
the honorable Xoble from Maui
(von Tempsky) to make a note of
the time. lie argued against de
priving Lahaina of one of the terms
of court. Lahaina was a historic
place, formerly the capital and toy
al scat. They were not there to
consult the convenience of members
of the bar, but the interests of the
people of Ihe country. Although
he had advocated the change pro
posed in the .Third Circuit, the
caBes were not parallel. Petitions
had been received from both sides
and tho House ought to be careful.
Noble AValbridgo was in favor of
referring this bill to a select com
mittee. Since 1887 there had been
180 cases in that Circuit, out of
which fifteen came from Molokai
and seven from Lahaina. He had
been at Lahaina once on jury duty,
when he received SO jury fees and
his expenses were 2G. He had re
ceived petitions fiom nearly -100 re
sidents asking for the change, and
moved that tho petitions on the sub
ject be referred to tho committee.
Noble Paikcr argued that this
bill should receive the same treat
ment as that for the other Circuit.
It should go to tho Judiciary com
mittee. He wanted a fair bhow for
everybody (applause). There wore
members of the House better posted
on ways of getting round on the
Island of Maui than ho was on ways
of getting round Hawaii, aiid ho
was pretty well posted.
Noblo Cornwell considered that
Noble Parker did not know what he
was talking about. (Laughter.)
IIo would second the motion for a
Hep. Kalua would not say any
thing for or against the bill Just
then, but when a bill had been re
ferred to the Judiciary committee,
it-was almost an insult to that com
tnitteo ' to refer this bill to a select
committee. Ho would be disposed
in such a caso to resign his place on
the Judiciary committee.
Noblo von Tempsky said that to
refer ibis bill to tho Judiciary com
mittee was like referring a case to a
jury that had expressed opinions.
Heps. Kalua and White of that com
tnitteo had both given their views
on tho bill, besides which thoo
were largo propeity owners in tho
district. He would support refer
ence to a select committee.
Minister Hrown thought a better
committee than tho Judiciary could
pot bo had to consider this bill,
The chairman (Mr. Kalua") was
from Wailuku, the next member
third (Mr. Ilalstcad) from Maka
wao, so that every side of tlte ques
tion would be ropicsentcd.
Hep. Kulua, in reply ,to Noblo
von Tempsky, said it wn3 true that,
on tho intioductiou of the bill, ho
had moved its rejection, but since
then many petitions had been ic
ceived which changed tho aspect of
the question. A reference of the
bill to a select committee would
compel him to resign from the
Judiciary committee, as ho would
toko it us a voto of want of confi
dence. Hep. R. V. Wilcox supported re
ference to the judiciary committee,
lie was born at Ilonouh and
brought up at Wailuku, and always
thought both tcims of Court should
be held at Lahaina. Wailuku was
only a plantation village. If it was
not for the hospitality of Mr. Kalua
members of the bar could not be
properly entertained at Wailuku.
When Lahaina got the roads it
ought to have, the place would
make pi ogress.
Hep. Kancalii was willing to ttust
the iudlciniy committee to give the
bill fair consideration.
Noble Walbridge withdrew his
motion for a select committee in fa
vor of the judiciary committee.
Hep. Nnwahi thought it would bo
a good idea if the Maui members
would give a tea paity, and talk
gossip like the ladies, for tho pur
poso of settling their differences.
Hep. While spoke in both lang
uages in favor of rejecting the bill.
There was no necessity for the
change. People could be accommo
dated well at Lahaina, and there
was no saloon at that place.
Hep. Marques was at a loss to
know how to vote. Tho House was
expected to act for the people, but
some pcoplo were in lavor of the
change and others were against it.
If it was referred to a committee
they would only get the different
opinions of members of the commit
tee. The only fair way of deciding
the qucstiou was to leave it to i voto
of the people of the four islands
composing the district, and if allow
able he would like to introduce a
resolution to that, effect under sus
pension of the rules.
Rep. White (being invcn the floor
again after several members had
called him to order) argued again
that Lahaina bhould retain its toim
of Court. If llie measure was wrong
it should be rejected at once.
Tliu motion to icfer to the judi
ciary committee carriod.
Second reading of an Act to abol
ish imprisonment for breach of labor
Hep. Hush (introducer of the bill)
moved to refer it to a select commit
tee. As it affected the planting in
dustry, ho asked that a fair sprink
ling of that industry be put in tho
committee. It was well known that
plantation lunas went to extremes
in regulating field laborers. Some
plantations were giving up the con
tract system,, and he thought the
country had arrived at n peiiod
when the legislation proposed would
Noblo Marsden seconded the mo
tion, and thought the committee
should consist of seven members, as
the bill related to a very important
Rep. Bush accepted the amend
ment. Hep. Rice moved the bill be re
ferred to the committee on agricul
ture and commerce, as it fell parti
cularly within that committee's pro
vince. Tho motion to refer to a select
committee of seven carried.
Second reading of an Act to de
fine tho duties to be performed by
those persons who have become the
"kokuas" of tho lepers.
Hep. Kama moved the bill be re
ferred to the sanitary committee,
not because he opposed the bill but
because it was imperfect. It pro
vided no penalty for kokuas who do
not perform their functions pro-
Noble Marsden was willing to havo
the bill go to the sanitary commit
tee, but not just yet. He moved it
be laid on the table until the leport
is received from the select commit
tee to visit Molokai.
Noblo Walbridge seconded the
Rep. Paehaole, who introduced
the bill, said he thought tho l emula
tions of the Board of Health would
be sudlcient to cuntrol the kokuas,
but if the House thought differently
lie was willing to have the bill go to
a committee for amendment.
The bill was referred to tho sani
Hep. Kalua gave notice that the
judiciary committee would meet
after adjournment to consider the
bill to change, tho seat of justice
from Waitnoa to North Kohala, and
that tho enine commiltco would
meet at !) o'clock Fi iday morning to
consider thu bill to change the scat
of justice from Lahaina to Wailuku.
and he invited all persons interested
in citho mutter to attend the icspcc
tive meetings and be heard.
The President directed tho Secre
tary to read replies received from
the President of the Board of Edu
cation, to two resolutions moved by
tn reply to the resolution .f the
15th inst., the President said "that
in tho matter of passages of school
teachers to the general convention
now being held in Honolulu, no dis
crimination against Hawaiians, as
alleged, has been authorized by tho
Board of Education. All teachers
will be treated alike, and wi) be
allowed tho same amount of passngo
And, in reply to llie resolution of
the ICth Inat., tho President en
closed "copy of the instructions to
the several school agents, that were
published nt the time in the ptlncl
pal newspapers of the city, and also
copy of a circular letter to tho
school agents throughout tho king
dom, calling for a detailed statement
of tho amount .allowed to each
school teacher on account of pass
age to the Honolulu convention,
which will be submitted to honor
able House as soon as possible."
On motion of Rep. Kalua, the re
plies were referred to tho select
committee on Noblo J. M. Horner's
resolution with respect to state
ments made by Rep. Nawahi.
The President appointed, as tho
committee on tho labor contract
bill, Heps. Bush, Brown, Nobles
Marsden, Baldwin, Hind, Reps.
Marques, nnd Kahookano.
Itep. Brown called tho sclent com
mittee on Ahlo's claim to meet after
Noblo Mullcr called llie commit
tee on commerce to meet alter ad
journment. Tho House adjourned at 3:45.
"Brewer Block,1' HnUl Bt. near Foit.
I bog to announcu to tho public that T
offer for sale
CARTS & BREAKS,
AT A DAItUAlN.
Also, a cmnplctn assortment of flrst
olnss stock of
Cart, Wapn & Cirrim
Selected prrnonnlly of tho best fai'toiiea
in tliu Eastern States. COfi lni
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Mariposa.. July 26.. .Aug 2
Zealandia. . .Aug 23 . . . Auj? 30
Alameda Sept 20 ...Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zealandia Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda , Dec 13 Dec 20
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Alameda Aug C.
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Powell's Baggage Express,
Xri' or AVitRon.
Fiirnlttiip movlmr. a speciality. Bag
gage delivered with promptness and
can! to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King and Bethel streets. Bell Tele
phone 179, Jltitu.il Telephone 57.
"X account of ill health Dr.
J Whitney lias appointed Dr.
Iltitcliitisun to take charge of hi-, office
until IUh irtiirii. 547 If
THH umloi signed will not be iepon
JL sible for any debts contracted in
his nanus without ids written oulor.
00.") :tt Ilaiulei, ICnuai,
-JVrOTICE is heicby
uiven that I will
nny debts conti acted In mv
name without my wiitfen order.
W. O. ACIII.
Honolulu. .Inly 7, 1800. r.98 lm
rpilK Hawaiian Hotel Stables give
i. notice to those owing them old
accounts, that If not settled bv August
1, 18i)0, they will ho put in tins bauds
of a collector. C01 td
NOTICE 1h Iiciebv given thai the fiim
of llie Hawaiian Hotel Stables Co.
lias been icoigauied. Georgu f. Mac-
farlane, E. K. Miles, W. Austin Whit
ing, trnsteu and Thos. R. Kay, have 10
tlied from said llnu and uil Interests
are now vested In D. Paul It. Isenberg,
W. II. Coinwell and S. 1. Shaw, who
as co-partners under said thin name
will curry on the. business of Hack,
Boardiug mid Livery Stables and Im
porters mid Denims in Llo Stock.
Cornwell, lefciduntof Wailuku, Maui.
Shaw & Isunbeig, lesldents of Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Hotel Stables Co.
D. PAUL R. ISENBEKG,
Wm. II. COKXWELL,
S. I. SIIAW.
Honolulu, June 0, 181)0. 503 2v
in Man s
F4JK SAK fc'ltA&'CISCO,
The now umt Que Al steel stearashl
Of tbu Oceanic Stcantblilp Company, will
be duu at Honolulu troni Sydney
uud Auckland on or almut
July 26, (890.
And will leave for tho above port with
malls and passcngcra-on or about that
.UiL01" PMsagCf having SU
PEHIOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WL Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland.
On MONDAY, July lst,
There .will bo sold at Public Auction,
at Ivahikiiiul, Maui,
100 Mi Cows k Urn,
MOKL! or mB3.
t2T" A good
opportunity to procure
Islicicby given thai I will
no bills contracted, by Mrs.
Rebecca Paneu I'liuku without my
.L ALFRED MAGOOK.
Honolulu. .Inly 11. IbDO. fr)2 1w
rruili Hawaiian Construction Co. wilt
JL not be lesponMbhi'ior any hlll3
contracted in tijeir iiauiii without a
wiltlen older 'Igued either by D. P.
Peterson or .1. M. O.it.
Manager Hawaiian Constiiictiun Co.
Honolulu, .Inly II, IMP. (103 lm
THE undersigned have sold out tho
dry goods business heretofore car
ried on by them at No. f7 .: Oil Hotel
street, to Mr. A. G, Sllva who will con
duct tho business on bis own account
'fi oni and after this date.
M. A. QONSALVER & CO,
Honolulu, May ill, IS90. i8fi tf
HEWETT & JACOBSENT,
Accountants, Collectors, Commission Agents anil
Cj'jtoin Hoaeo Brokers,
Are at nil tiiur-A prcp.urd to pur.
form any deseiipiiou of iurical Woik,
Mich as Auditing Accounts, Posting up
Tradesmen's iio'olcs, Making Inventories
of Stock, Engrossing Legal Documents,
Etc. Cnmputent and Iteli'ible Freight
Cluiks for the deli-. ery
ESfOllliu at UusrACCit Houhutson's,
Quiom Mieet, Post oiilro Ro 180. Mu
tual Telephone If; Hell TolephpnuHl
. f.til if
Al steel steiruflliin
Of tho Oeeanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
' Francisco on or about
Aug. 2, 1890.
Anil will havo piompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for tho above porta.
S'rc'8,lt '' passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, applv
37 WM. O. IEWIff & CO.. Agentb
Gustav A. Schuman
7 81 : : Kino Street.
At W. Wright & Son's.
Having received a full assortment of
Corri a t;e Trimming Matorlnls from thu
East, I am prupurcd to cxecuto all orders'
with neatness aud despatch at very rea
G. A. SOHUMAN.
. xpr 7.60-ly
Mrs. M. J. RAMOS
and tallying of
ALL claims against the "Honolulu
Dairy" to .nine 1, 1800, must bo
left nt the oilluo of J. A. Magoou within
0 days from diite. Mcshi-h. Howett &
.Incqbscn are authoiied to collect Jill
blllH due the Honolulu Dafry" from
May 1, 1B90.
Honolulu. Juno 11, 1890. 580 if
HAVING bought out Mr. W. H.
Page in tiie "Honolulu Carriuge
Manufactory," at 128 Fort street, I am
prepared to continue) the above UUslness
uuilor the old namo of Honolulu Car.
riage Manufactory, and being an old
experienced carriage builder I solicit
thu patronage of my old friends and tho
publio In general, and with my thorough
knowledge of the business and with ex.
perienced workmen and using only the
best materia) I guarauteo general satis,
faction. Please call and see me bcfoie
(Bigneo;: uiuisun WK8T,
Orr. Sfl, IRH0.
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J, T. WATERHOUSE.
No, 30 Kouanu Bt, I". 0, Box 207.
Boot and Shoe' Store.
At A. L. Smith's, Upstair,
Where the Beit, the NeateBt and the
Photographic Pictuies nnd Residence
views am taken. Entire satisfaction
given, and all orders promptly attended
ESTA icspcctful invitation Is sent out
to the ladies to call and see for thein
"uIvmt. 680 lm
NATURAL Mineral Water.
fciiie ouiv by
W. S. LUCE,
bole Agent & Inipoiter for tho Ha
waiian Islands. 523 tf
Having had 10 years experience In
thejjusiiicsa, I am piepiued to manu
facture to order faslilonablo Iiaud
sowed Ladles & Gentlemen's Roots &
Shoes. Alrio, Fiench & American Boots
tfc Shoes icceUed bv eveiy steamer.
Pi lees reasonable. I solicit your pat
ronage. 691 ilin
A. G-. SILVA,
66 & 67 Hotel Btroct,
Furniture, Matting & Carpet Laid
Pino Upholstering and Bedding a FJie
clalty. June lC-Gui
FOK SALE CHEAP
MRS. MONROE, ladles' nurse, line
removed to No. 8, Kukul lawc.
A COMPLETE outfit for making and
. dispensing carbonated beverages
all lit good order. Address
631 3in Walolilnn, Hawaii,
Manufacturer of Ludtes'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SKIN AITKOS MADE TO OBDEn.
I'r&ffi'tl or Ktnvcd: alno, HaitdlcH.
33 Nuitunu St., : : : P.O. Box 201.
COO KIM & CO.,
No. 69 Nuiianu St., Honolulu,
Aud dealers In all kinds of
CnnHlmcren and Vurulalilnir Goods.
Also, a full stoek of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Good tit guaranteed. G17 3iii
CHANGE of RESIDENCE..
Has removed from Fort clreet to Ro-
bello Lane, Palrma.
Ot'Kicu Houaa: 0 a. m. to J2 ir. ard
r. M. to Dr. m.
Mutual 608-aTELEPII0NE8jeEcll 476
IjlIREWOOD for salo at Hawaiian
. Commercial Salesrooms, corner of
Queen and Ninmiiii etrceta." 411$ t(
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