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FIGURED INDIA SILKS !
THE LARGEST iiml MUST COMPLETE STOCK OP
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS ! .
No. 2 Patterns alike. Fashionable Drcfaiiiu'kiug upstairs &JfS
B. I 1HLEBS & CO.
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1IAVK J VST KKCKIVEIl A VERY 1.AUU11 ASSOUTMI'Sr OK
Staple k Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES' , CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
Geuts 3Tiirxiili.iiig Goods, $cc, Sco.,
All will be sold at Reasonable 1'iices.
gj&" Our Dressmaking Department under the management ol MISS
CLARK will bo te-oponod about May 12th.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
IClrt Gloves rvoxa. to ( JLiuttong,
Hosiery, Satines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing. Trunks, Bags & Valises,
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSfc.
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIM, COPjeEB AND
993 Sheet Iron Work.
hipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE xVGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
I :C AN a'A-'X' J ON H UJPJ'Ial JilfcS.
Carpenterh', BlaekhinitliB', JlaehiniHtb' & Plumbera' TooIb,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen UtiiiiMle, Paints, OUh, VarniMirs, Lamp Goods untl
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Contilfugals,
Wilcox & Giblis, S IiemlDglon Seeing Machtnos,
Dr, Jayno & Sous Family Medicines.
-OFFER AT BED
Jnliforniu Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cako Moal, Linseed Moal,
lJaiioy, ltolled Barloy,
Middling Ground JJarloy,
Wlieat and Corn Flour.
ITLOUK x-Alta, Goldon Gate & Saliuwrta FLOUR
lolopliones, No. 175.
llouso, Ooruoi Fori it Hold sts.
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Cor. Edinburgh & Que on Sis.
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WitinjiiiiwiKiJii ffiifwrtwti twm,m
"Brewer Dlcclf," Hotel 6t. neat Pott,
1 beg to announce to
the public that t
CARTS & BREAKS,
AT A UAKCIAIN.
Also, a complete assortment of Uit-ela-s.
Cart, Wap & Garriap
Selected personally of the best fiieloiles
in llie Kn-tcin .Stale. 001! lm
Ex. Win. IT. DImonil,
OP HIGH TEST.
LEWIS & CO.
lieiebv given that tlie firm
of the Hawaiian Hotel Stables Co.
h is been reorganized. George W. Mae
failaue, K. R. Mile-, W. Austin Whit
ing, rmstee and 'lho. S. lCnv, h ie 10
tlieil fi oin stid Hi in and all inrcicsts
aio now vested in D. lAutlR. Isenbcrg,
W. 11. Coinwell and H. I. Sli.iw , w ho
rib io-).iitnei - imdci s.iid Him n.iine
will einy on the lmsines of Ilaek,
Homlliig and Lixeiy htubles and lin
poiteH and Dealoi, in Live StocU.
Corm ell. l evident of AV.illnkn, Maul.
Sluw vV. Jseiibeig. losidents of Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Hotel Stables Co.
T). I'AUL R. M:XltEHG.
W'm. H. C'OUXWELL,
S. I. hUAW.
Honolulu, .luno !), KVI0. r,!)8 2v
On MONDAY, July 21st,
Theie w III lie sold at Public Auction,
at K.iliikiuui. Maui,
100 Eaail Caws & Calves,
MORE or LESS.
oppoi tunlty to proeuie
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HEWETT & JACOBSEK",
Accooat.iats, Collectors, Commission Agents nnd
Custom House Brokers.
Are at all times prepired to per
form any ikjsciiptinn of ( lerieil Woik,
siurh as Audliing Accounts, rostiiiKiip
Tiailcamcn'ii Uooks, MaMnt; Inventories
of Stock, Kngrosbiiig Lepil Documents,
Eic. Competent and Kc liable Freight
Cleiks for thotlLllvcry and tulljing of
lOlllce at Hutaci: & Hoiikiubon's,
Quten street. Post Olllco Box 180, Mil.
tuiil Tulcphoiiu 1W; Hell Telephone 414.
No, OONnnannSt, P, 0,EoiZ67.
Boot and Shoe Store.
liming hud 10'ycam eieileneo in
the business, I am picpaied to inaiiu
facturu to order fashionable haud
Roed Ladies' & Gentlenieii's RootH &
Slioeri, Alio, Kiench & A met lean Roots
it Shoes received by eu'iy steamei.
Piicer loaxouablo. I solicit your pat
i oimo. r.M am
A. G-. SILVA,
05 & 07 Hotol Btreet,
Pine Upliolijteiiiif,' and JleddhiR a fcjie
oliilly, June 10-Oiu
FOJt SALE CHEAP
ACOMl'LETE outilt for mnkliiK and
(llDiieiioliiLr caibouated bevciai;es
all In good oiUcr.
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Satuisday, July 10.
llouso met at 10 a. in. Prayer
by the ehaplain. Minutes rcail and
lJep. Marques moved (tint the
Minister of Intel ior be authorized
to appoint a competent person, to bo
attached to the Survey Ucpaitmcnt,
but undcrtlie special direction of said
Minister, who shall deotn himself
exclusively to tlio stiuty and investi'
gatlon of any and arc souiccsof wa
ter supply not now utilized, whether
suifaee or underground streams,
spiings or other forms, with the
possibilities of controlling, storing,
and distributing the same, for ttie
purposes of general iirigation, or of
city, town, or illago supply, or of
any object of cncral utility through
out the islands; this work to con
form to the usual methods of the
Government survey, all notes and
records thereof to be (lied in the
Government Suivoy Olllce and a
full report on the same to be made
to the Minister for presentation to
the Legislature ; that the salary of
such poison, and the expenses con
nected with his woik, be at the dis
cretion of the Minister of Interior,
and that the sum of $0000 be ap
propiiatcd for the put pose.
lie niocd it be tefetied to a se
Hep. Rickaid, in suppoiting the
resolution, said there ucie many
sources of water supply that might
be bioughl into public use for the
benefit of the country as well as its
people by the employment of a com
petent engineer. That such person
should bo under the direction of the
Minister of the Interior ought to be
an assurance that no harm would
come from it. It would 'akc very
little money to produce a good re
turn to the eountiy. lie would
second the motion to icfer the reso
lution to a select committee.
Rep. Nawahi said they had plenty
of water in llilo no need of an en
gineer poking around tlieie after
water. All they wanted was pipe to
cairy it any w hoi o, even to the Isl
and of Maui. He doubted if an en
gincerwhoo experience was in otiici
counliics would be able to locate
water in this volcanic country. It
looked as if the teal object of thi3
resolution was the achautagc of
somebody's fiicnds. Tlieie was a
nigger in the fence. He moved to
lay the resolution on the table.
"Hep. li. W. Wilcox; favored the
resolution, urging that, a competent
man would be necessary. He ic
fencd to Mr. Schusslci's woik in
California, lie moved tiiat the rcso
lutijn be icfcncd to the committee
in chaigc ol the survey item's.
Rep. Paohaolc thought the object
was "good, but should be leached
through a lull.
Noble Maefarlane moed it be ic
fened to the public lands commit
tee. Xoblo "tt'idcmanu moved it go to
the judiciary committee.
Noble Baldwin suggested that re
ference to the suney committee
would meet the wishes of the mover
of the resolution.
Rep. Marques concurred, and the
resolution was referred to that select
Minister Brown presented a reply
to Noble Wrdcrnanrr's resolution
asking for a statement of claims
presented to the Government irr
answer to advertisement.
Rep. Kanealii moed that whereas
the committee on the opium scandal
had reported that they could not
designate the guilty persons ; there
fore resolved that tire report of said
committee be taken from the tabic
and referred to tire judiciary com
mittee, for further investigation of
Noble Mullcr moved the resolu
tion be adopted.
Noble Isenbcrg moved tire resolu
tion be laid on the table. The
House had done its pait in lire mat
ter, when it verified lire rumors tiiat
a great wrong had been done, and
now it was the dutj' of the Govern
ment to further investigate the mat
ter and if possible detect the olfen
ders. Rep. Marques would like to see
the judiciary committee try their
hand. The select committee per
haps would have succeeded had they
taken mote time, but the man' hours
occupied irr the investigation had
been stolen from their regular Legis
Rep. Kalua thought no committee
of the House had worked so hard as
this select committee, He never
realized it until he saw the mass of
testimony they had obtained.
Rep. Paehaole supported the
adoption of the resolution, but had
no reflections to make on the select
Noble Cornwoll understood that
the 6clcct committee hud reported
that if they had been given a little
more time they might hac ferreted
out the guilty persons. He was
therefore in favor of giving the
committee more time.
Mirrister Pctcrsorr said that, as
Attorney-General, ho would object
to touching the investigation wlrilo
it was in tiro hands of a committee
of tiro llouso. It would not only be
a discourtesy to the committee, but
would bo likely to bo abortive, as
such air inestigation by his depart
ment would Involve detective work.
Detective work must bo secret, no
body knowing what was going on;
w hile, witlr a committee of the Legis
lature at woik, everybody would bo
on his guard,
.lUfcX Si, 1800.
Noble J. m llornei' believed llio
Government could do better llinu
ntry committee, and ho ngrocd with
llio motion to lay llio resolution oil
Rep. Brown was In favor of refer
ence to the judiciary committee, be
cause some monikers seemed to think
the select committee had slighted
Rep. lliec rose to the point of
order that a motion to lay orr the.
table was not debatable.
Noble AVldemann said it was llmo
this bugbear was stopped this
shutting off discussion on a motion
to lay on the table. It was a bug
bear, it was a humbug.
The President ruled that discus
sion was in order on the main
motion to refer to the judiciary com
mittee. Rep. Brown said the committee
had worked till H o'clock nights,act
ed as detectives, and done all they
could to get at the truth. If the
members had bi ought in their indi
vidual suspicions as a decision, they
would not bo worthy of being called
Noble Isenbcrg said he had not
made his motion to table the reso
lution for the purpose of stilling dis
cussion, but because it was his firm
com iction that nothing more could be
gained by reference to a comittee.
Rep. Maiques gac an additional
reason for reference to the Judicial y
committee. Should thu Attorney
General fail after the best of work,
an impression might be left on the
minds of some native members that
the investigation had been slighted.
Therefore, ho would urge that these
members hae an opportunity of in
vestigating the matter themselves.
Noble Widemonu discussed the
evidence and said he thought it
would have been best if this matter
could have been' investigated by the
police from the first, but that would
have been impossible from lire num
ber of oflleers who were themselves
under suspicron. He would be glad
to see the judiciary committee take
hold of the case, if llicy thought
they could fiud out the guilty per
sons, but ire did not believe they
Rep. Nawahi hoped the Iloue
would refer the matter to the judi
cial 3 committee without amend
ments. Give them a chance and
don't ridicule them before they
Rep. White made a humotous
speech in Hawaiian, without intcr-
pretatron, but sandwiched with the
following expressions in English:
"Too many cooks spoil the broth."
"These are all honoiable men of the
House." "Do the best they can
to find this out." "Opium turned
into bricks ; that's a miracle, and
we ought to unravel it."
Rep. Rosa would be willing to
let the judiciary committe try it, if
only to satisfy the native rnembei s,al
though he did not believe in alwa3s
yielding to their peculiar rlleas. If
the judiciary committee could find
out the truth, they were better men
than the select committee. Thej
would succeed if they could get the
Chinamen to speak, as they knew
all about rt.
Noble Marsdcn had been in favor
of laving on the tabic, but seeing
the temper of the House he was will
ing to grve the judiciaiy committee
a chance. He moved the previous
The resolution was refer red to the
The President directed the Secre
tary to read a communication, which
proved to be air invitation from the
W. C. T. IJ. for members to hear
Mrs. Bateham this evening at the
Y. M. C. A. hall, irr the arguments
she laid before the United States
Senate on the Sabbath question.
Accepted and laid on the table.
Rep. Rickard read a first lime his
bill to amend the law relating to in
Noble J. M. Horner gave notice
of a bill to abolish See. 1 1 of the
Rep. Kalua called tire judiciary
committee -to consider tie opium
scandal at the Ariou Hall, 7:!30
o'clock, Monday evening.
Minister Spencer read a first time
by title a bill relating to lien" per
taing.to public highways; also a
bill defining highways and duties
The House adjourned at 1 1 :.r),ri to
Groceries, Crockery, Saddlery,
DAGS and DAGGING,
Dry H, Boots & Slioes,
LIQUORS, BEER aud WINES,
L'to., Ktc., Lie., Etc.
To arrive per bark "Adonis" fioni B10
men, per haik 'Isonbeig" fiom Livei
pool, per bark 'Faut.t" from Now York
ami other veshols, nro offered
roil saw: uy
NOTICE is hereby given that Mr. S.
Levy has been admitted as a
partner la tho firm of 8. L'hrllch & Co.
Tr S, EIIKLICH & CO.
Honolulu, July 13, 1600, 608 at
M'X'f ;P?iaJ' 'ViiViffOwVg ww58c SffffiMvvwgatfVyfrwtwfrMytto
A Cure for influenza i
IrvR. L0ZIE1VS HAWAIIAN CHEIWY C0R
JL7 DIAL, one of the best icmcdles
over prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest troublo, and a great relief to
u hooping- cough and throat affection.
Ask for Dr. Loner's Hawaiian Chorry Cor
dial sold at
llOLLISTKlt & CO'S.,
And 11KNSON, SMITH & CO'S.
'X'oHt tiuonlnlH t
1 Iiml jour "Cheiry Cordial" the bent
medicine we have ever iikciI for coughs,
colds and lung trouble. All of our Na
tives, Portuguese, Chinese and Japinco
will use no other. I use nothing else in
my o n family. Tours tr uly,
O. A. C1IAPIN,
Manager Koliaia Sugar (jo.
Wo have sold a largo quantity of your
"Chary Cordlnl" at our plantation
Ptoie, both at Kralla nnd Kapnu, and
can elicei fully reconmrand It for bron
Vei y icspcclfullv yours,
COI tf Tr eiiMircr Mnkco Sugar Co.
S1IJUMMK COURT OF TIIK
Hawaiian Island-. At Chnuihcm.
Cannon, llcfore Mr. Justice Dole.
Order orr petition of Bankrupt for
discharge from Ills debt.
Upon leading and tiling the petition
of Ucnry Cannon, of Honolulu, Oabu,
allcglug that more than six months
have ulapsed since ho was adjudicated
a Bankrupt and prajlng for discharge
f loin all his debts.
It U oidered that WBDNESDAT, the
OTth daj of July, A. 1). 181)0, at 10
A. M.,of that day at the Court Room in
Aillobinl Halo, Honolulu, be and Is
lieicby appointed tin tlnio ami place
for healing of said petition when and
where all cxulilois who haw proved
their claim1- nguhmt oiild'Bankriipt may
appear and bbow cause, if any they
have, why the prayer of -aid Bankrupt
snouia riot ne gi anted.
And it Is futtlier ordeird that notice
be given by advci rUeinent in thu Daily
Bui i.ktix published in said Honolulu,
for two weeks of the time and place of
such lic.ii log and that the Clcikof the
Siipirinc Couit mull notices of the time
and pi ice of said homing to all ci editors
of said Bankrupt who have pioved tbcli
debt-. By the Com t.
J. II. REIST,
Piled Honolulu. July 14, KS'10.
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TUB under signed will not be respon
sible for any dcbls contracted in
his name willioiit his written older.
605 'it Hnnalel, Kami!.
NO'IICnisheiPby given that I will
not pay deliU contracted in 013
rrame without inv wiitten older.
W. O. ACHI.
Honolulu. July 7, 1S0O. f.'.iH lm
rfVHD Hawaiian Hotel Stables give
JL notice to those owing them old
accounts, that If not settled by August
1, lb'.IO, thev will be puL in the bands
of a collector. i;oi td
ANYONE having claims acalnst the
late W. It. Seal will please send
them addiessed to Mrs. Seal, care of W.
Lisliinuii, at G. W. Maefarhino it Co.'n.
Honolulu, July 18, 1800. r,08 lw
TVTOTICi: is hereby Klven
that I will
J.1 pay no bills contracted by Mrs
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
Honolulu, July 11, l&sio. t.02 lw
LL elnlms attains! the
Dairy" to Juno
1. 181)0. must bo
left at the oillio of J. A. Mniroou within
ill) days ft out date. Messis. Hewett &
,laeoben are authoiled to collect all
bills due the Honolulu Dairy" from
Honolulu, Junn H, 18SHK fiSOjtf
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
I'll go in the "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory.1' at 128 Kort street, I inn
prepared to continue tho above business
tmiler tho old uiuno of Honolulu Cur.
rlnge Mauufacioiy, and bujtig au old
eipuripiiced eurrhigo builder I solicit
the patronage of my old friends and the
nubile in general, and with my thorough
knowledge of the bubluoas aud with on.
nurlcnrud workmen aud using only the
best material I guarantee general satis
faction. Ploase call ami file me before
(Bigued): OIDKON WEST.
Hnmiiiiln. Ont. W, 1KH0. Hill If
MRS.' MONRQK, ladies' nurse, has
removed to No. 8, IXukui lane.
Oceanic gtnsi Vi
From San Frnnoisoo,
Lenvo Due at
H. K Honolulu
Mariposa July 20.. .. Aug 2
Zealandia Aug 21). . . . Aug 3(1
Alameda Sept 20.. ..Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zcalandia Nov If) Nov 22
Alameda Deo 13 Dee 20
For San Francisoo.
0.. ..Aug 2J
1 Oct 18
29.... Nov If.
2(5.... Deo lit
24.... Jan 10
Intermediate S. S.Australia.
Friday . .
Friday . ,
, .Oct 10
. Deo fi
Friday... Aug 1
Friday... Aug 2!)
Friday . . Sept 2(5
Friday.. . Oct 24
Friday... Nov 21
Friday. ..Dee 18
FOK SAN fr'KAKUMCO.
The now and flue Al btetl sleiiiiahi
Of UieOecanrcSlcnnHilpL'oinpiiiiv, v i!!
be due at Honolulu fioni Sjdi.0
uud Auckland on or about
July 26, 1890.
leave for tho above port with
piihaungcrs on or about that
Fill flnltrltt nr .tnn.o.... l. - ....
PJMUOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IEWIN & CO.. Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland.
and One Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamsutp Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Aug. 2, 1890.
And will have prompt dif-palch with
mails and passengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having 8U
mUOll ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. O. IRWIN & CO.. Agentu
Gustav k. Schuman
No. 79 & 81 : : King Sheet.
At W. Wright & Son's.
Having received a full assoilment of
Carriage Triinnuiig Materials from tho
East, I am prepared to execute all orders .
with neatness and despatch at ycrv rca.
G. A. SOHUMAN.
Mrs. M. J. RAMOS
New PMootMc Gallery
At A, L, 'Bmlth'i!, Upstairs,
Where the Boat, the Neatest and tho
Photographic Pictures and Residence
Views aio taken. Entire satisfaction
given, and all orders promptly attended
SSyA respectful invitation is sent out
to the ladles to call and see for them-"''V'p-
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A NATURAL Mineral Water. Tor
sale only by
AW S. LUCE,
Sole Agent & Importer for tho Ha
waiian Islands. CL'S tf
TAI WO CHAN",
Manufacturer of. Ladies'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
mem siircos maim: 10 okdp.u.
1'-Bt;ed or Hewed; nlHo, MmtillcH.
33NuuanuSl., : : : I. O. Box HO 1.
No. CO Nimanrr St.,
Atrd dealers In all kinds of
CnHHlwnreN unit Fui-uIhIiIikt UooiIh.
Alo, n full stock of Dry and Fiuicv
Goods. GoodJll guaranteed. 5l7aiii
OITANOE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort rlreet to Ho.
hello Lane, i'lilr-jm.
OfncH Iloona: V a. , to 12 m. ai d
' r. m. to 0 i. u, "i
Mutual G0B-aTELEPII0NESQy-Eoll 47D
17HIIKWOOD for Bale at Hawaiian
Commercial Salesrooms, corner of
Queen and Nuimmi strceti. 40d if
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