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TIIK LANOr.ST and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS I
Chas. J. FISH EL'S,
Leading Millinery House, Comer Tort Hotel fits.
7" No. 2 V.UIetns alike rnt-liiminble l)n"-sniiil.ing iiptaiis C$
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
HAvn Jit-r nr.cr.ivr.D .v i:
IY I.AltOK AtbOKrMKNl OF
e & Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
Gciifn 2J,winiliiiigr Goods, &c, teo..
All mil be wild nt Reasonable Trices.
SS Our Dressmaking Department under llic management ol MISS
GLAltK will bo le-opencd uboul Mny 12lh.
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HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
MTia OlavoN rrom f to 20 Buttons,
Hosiery, Satines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags Mises,
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLIHIBIH0, TIM, C0?SR AND
993 Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE " & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implement!
Caipenttirn', RliickHinitlir', MatlnniBts' & Plumbers' TooIh,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen IHoiimIh, 1'mntH, OJIh, Vuruhdics, Lamp Goods and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayno St Sons Family Medicines.
as Em ff-c
-OFFICII AT BED ROCK I'llIOES-
California Uay, Outn, Bran,
' Oil Cake Heal, Lhisoort Most),
Barloy, Rolled Barley,
Middling Ground Hurley,
'''"''' Wheat and Corn Flour.
FLOUR uarAltu, Golden Gute& Sulluns-ss FLOUR
Tolophoneo, No, 175.
Cor. Edinburgh & Quoon 8tB.
Momu, duly 21.
llcp. ICnucnlii, from W.iiluku, that
a constitutional coniuntion bo called.
Judicial v comtnllleo.
Rep. llalstcad, for S20.000 to
complete tlio mountain iniul to Maa
laca. Tabled for considciation with
Noble l'na, from Mnwm, for
$1500 to ri-pnir rnmh in that soelion.
Public lands rommittoc.
Hep. ICauini, from Ilaua, that
aliens who huc taken Iho oath of
allegiance be allow ad to vote.
Ron. Nawnhi, from llilo, that
Chinese residents who have taken
the oath of allegiance be allowed to
Rep. Wnlpullnni moved, and it
eairicd. that these petitions be laid
on the tablo till an amendment -to
the Constitution is introduced.
Rep. Kahoolcano, fiom Mcekapu,
for $200 to piy for his medical
services Jive months at Molokai.
Sanitary committee. From a mnn
in Kohala, that :i piece of laud taken
fiom him by the Boaid of Educa
tion be teatored. Judieiniy com
mittee Rep. Waipmlani, fiom Kona, lliat
the road from lEookena be finished.
Public lands commiltce.
Rep. Pachaolc, from people living
on lands at Kauuukakai, that the
lands be sold to them. Public lands
committee. That an English school
be established at Waialua, Molokai.
Education committee. From a man
in Lahaina, for SoO for lepairing u
fence round tho public building
tiieie in 18S7. Select commiltce.
Rep. White, from Kaanapali, for
S 100 to build a bridge. Public
lands committee. From Lahaina,
that a girls' school be established
there, and an appropriation made
lor the purpose. Education com
miltce. Rep. Lucas, fiom "() lesidenls of
Honolulu, that the fire limits be re
duced, so that instead of 80 feet
from the Waikiki side of Alakea
street, they begin at the middle of
tb.it sticct'. lie icinarkod that there
wutc many residents on that street
who could not aflord to put up brick
building1!. Select committee. From
.John C. White, for?;S00 for drawing
plans, etc, for the Palace electric
light plant, and 100 for uoik on
the foundations of that plant. Select
committee on Bowlci claims.
Rep. Kalua, fiom a Chinaman, for
the return of 25 bail fouVittd.
Ki:r-oin or commit n i .
Noble Iscnberg presented the re
port ot the Education committee on
a number of mallei s. Committee
recommend that a petition for an
English school at liana and the re
vival of native schools be laid on
the tabic ; on a petition for an Eng
lish school at Noith Kohala, lecom
inend that the Board of Education
open a school llieie; on a petition
from Molokai, recommend that
teachers of the same guide lie paid
alike, and find the other pnucrs of
petition do not come under supervi
sion of this committee ; on a petition
fiom Wailnku, make the same re
commendation as in the pre; ions
case; on :i petition from Makapala,
for an English school, that it be re
turned, as a largo and good school
is in the vicinity ; on petition lor an
English school at Kalnupapa, Molo
kai, tnat it be granted ; on petition
lor a schoolhousc and an English
school at Isaalchu, Hawaii, that the
prayera be granted ; on petition that
a school constable be appointed for
Lahaina, that it be rcfeired to the
school agent theic; on petition for
an English school at Ilonuapo, Ha
waii, that it be laid on the table, as
committee had recommended that a
school be established at Xaaldiu ; on
petition presented by. Rep. Waipui
inni, that school teachers be paid Si
a day, recommend the mattei be left
to the judgment of the Boaid of
Education ; on petition fiom liana,
that native and foreign leathers bo
paid alike, recommend that tiic
Board of Education grant this in
all cases v hero teachers arc ot thu
same capacity to teachuof the same
intelligence and moral standing.
The committee consider the Report
of tho President of the Boaid of
Education a very favorable one as
to advancement of the schools. They
ugice willi tho lccommendaliou of
tho President that a Deputy Inspec
tor-General be appointed. The'
have found that the engagement ol
foreign school teachers could not be
avoided, as a sulllcicnt supply of
able teachers could not be found
heie. This mode of getting teachers
they regard as an cxpensivo one,and
are pleased to leain that a Noimal
School for prcpaiing tcachcts ha3
been established in Honolulu, The
committee are of opinion that the
Board of Education should do all in
its power to engago only such teach
ers as arc born hero and understand
both the Hawaiian and English lan
guages, us teachers who nro well
versed in both languages are better
fitted to tcacii the English languagu
to the children and aic sutely more
in sympathy with them. The gieat
change thut had taken plac?, in
transfoiming .most of the native
schools into English schools, was re
ferred to, and tho report concludes:
"Your committee doslies to statu
further that the thanks of the House
should bo expressed to the President
of tho Board of Education for tho
faithful and efficient services render
ed, (Signed) Paul Iscnberg, Win.
II. Rice, .1. K.
Parker, 0. It.
The report was adopted.
Noblo Mullcr presented tho report
of tho committee to investigate
alleged irrcgularitltis in couneotion
with Iho Hawaiian Vaeific Cnblu
Company, signed by nil tho oommit
teo, m'z., E. Mullcr, E. C. Muofar
lano, Jo3, Nawahi, A. S. Wilcox,
Cecil Brown. They And that cer
tain matctial for the Cable Co. ttas
admitted free of duty according to
law, tho ileiiM aggregating neatly
$21,000. The committee consider
it grossly inegulnr that nearly all of
the goods entered free of duty for
the Cable Co. have been otherwise
disposed ol by Messrs. E. 0. Hall
& Son, although to a company en
joying like privileges (the Mnui
Telephone Co.), but they cannot
sustain tho charge of fraud on the
lcvenues of this country, as both
companies nro entitled to import
their apparatus and oulllts fieo of
duty. Tho report concludes thus:
"The manner in which this business
has been conducted and the disposi
tion of the goods could, if the par
tics doing tile business wished, Imvu
been the mean of gross frauds on
the revenue, which shows thc4ncccs
sity of the sti iciest control on tho
part of the Government over the
disposition of all goods which are
to be admitted frco of duty to en
courage certain enterprises. In
course of out investigations other
transactions of Messrs. E. O. Hall
it Son in the entry and disposition
of telephone goods came lo our
knowledge, which we think are
similarly irregular, and we lecom
mend that immediate action be
taken by the Government to prevent
any fuitlier repetition."
Referred, on motion of Rep.
Bush, to the Attoincy-Gcncr.il.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox presented the
unanimous report of the committee
on the claim of Celso Ciesar Mo
reno for 812,000, for sci vices as
Minister to Washington, etc., te
commending that ?f)00 be appro
priated as due the claimant, condi
tional that he give a leceipt in full
for all claims against this Government.
Laid on the table, on motion of
Rep. Blown, to be considered with
the Appropriation Bill.
Noble McCarthy lepoited pro
gress from Hie commiltce ou the
Rep. Baker mocd that, whereas
great uneasiness existed throughout
the kingdom regarding anus and
accoutrements stored nt the Police
Station, the Minister of Foreign
Affaiis be ordeied to hac such
arms and accoutrements leturned
to the P.ilace and Bui rat ks.
Rep. Brown moved the resolution
be laid on the table. The House
should not inteifere with the Minis
ter of Foreign Alfaiis or any other
member of the Cabinet in his ollk-ial
functions. The Constitution de
clared that the Legislative and Exe
cutive branches of Govi'iniceut are
lo be kept, distinct.
Laid on the table.
Noble Buichardt lead a (list time
by title his bill lo establish and ex
tend the Kohala Waterworks.
The same member moved that the
cngiossing clerk of the House be
paid fiO cents a folio of 100 words.
Noble Crabbc read a llrst time by
title a bill lo 'amend the foieign
commercial traveller' law.
Noble Marsden gac notice of a
bill for the licensing of insurance
Minister Peterson moved that a
teitain recommendation in tho Attorney-General's
report be ref cried
to the select committee on a bill ic
lating lo the judiciary. Carried.
Noble Pita read a llrst time by
title his bill to re-osl.thlisli the Ha
waiian Board ot Health.
Rep. Brown moved that the Min
ister of Finance request the Collector-General
of Customs to make re
turn of all alcohol wilhdiawn from
Custom House for mechanical pur
poses. He had heard that alcohol
was withdrawn for mechanical pur
poses at u duty of one dollar a
gallon, and then' sold for other pur
poses. Rep. Nairobi moved, and it car
ried, that expenses incurred by the
judiciary committee in thu opium
inicstigation bo paid out of the ap
propriation for expenses of the
Rep. Lucas gave notice of a bill
to amend tho law of 1880 relating
to the erection and repairing ol
imililmgs in Honolulu.
Rep. Kama! presented a icsolu
tion tor 82300 for building a bildge
at Ilalchapa. Tabled for consider
ation with Appropriation Bill.
ORDEU OK TIIK I1AV.
Third reading of the bill relating
to tho passenger tax.
Rep. Rickord inovedthe bill pass
Minister Brown seconded the mo
tion. Rep. Pachaolc said the bill did
not say who paid the charges.
Minister Brown replied that tho
vessel pays the charges.
The bill passed.
Third reading of a bill to admit
fertilizers frco of duty.
Minister Spencer moved, hecond
ed by Rep. Kick-aid, that the bill
Third reading of u bill to provide
for a police justice for the District
of Mnkawao, Mnui.
Rep. Brown moved the bill pass.
Rep. Waipuilaul moved it bo in
Rep. Klckaid said the intention
was good but lie cJoubtod if the
wording was coirecl) ns It appointed
the present district jmtice a police
Justice instead of changing the office
Rep. Brown said the bill was all
light in the respect criticised.
Minister Pelcrson sustained the
correctness of the bill.
Rep. Kalua suppoitcd tho motion
for indcllnilo postponement.
Rep. Paehnolo asked tho intro
ducer a seiics of questions.
Rep. Halstead roplicd.
Noble von Tompsky corrected a
slatement by Hep. Kidua, by saying
that 40 homesteads hac been taken
up in Makawao.
Rep. Kalua replied that the home
steads hud all been taken up by old
residentn and not new settlers.
Rep. Lucas supported tho bill as
one that the people most affected
The bill passed on the following
Ayes-Ministers Cummins, Brown,
Spencer, and Peterson ; Nobles
McCnithy, Phillips, Crabbc, Kau
liano, Homer, Hind, Burehardt,
Parker, Marsden, Baldwin, W. Y.
Horner, Cornwell, Walbridge, An
derson, von 'IVmpsky, G. N. Wil
cox, and Iscnberg;' Reps. Brown,
Cummings, Lucas, Ros.i, Biker, A.
Horner, Rickard, Apiki, Halstead,
Rico, and A. S. Wilcox. 32.
Noes Nobles Bciger, Macfar
lane, Mullcr, Pua, and Knnoaj
Reps. R. W.Wilcox, Bush, Nawahi,
Waipuilani, Pachaolc, Kancalii, Ka
lua, Kam.ii, and Knudscn. 1 1.
Reps. Marques and Kahookano
Recess from 12 to 1 :30.
Continued on (he 3rrt Piiyt.")
A Cure for Influenza !
Dlt. tOZIEH'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COIL
DIAL, one ot tho best lcmcdlcs
ever prepared for coughs, nothtna. lung
and chest tioublc, Una a great relief to
m hooping cough and tin oat affection.
Ask for ur. Lozier' Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial cold at
And UKNSON, SMITH & CO'S.
Oceanic Stoaraip top'y.
Groceries, Crockery, Saddlery,
BAGS ar.d DAUGINP.
Dry fisijiis, Boots k Sit,
LIQUORS, BEER and WINES,
I lluil your "Cherry CordlaP' the best
medlclno we hao over used for coughs,
colds and luue trouble All ot our Na
tives, Portuguese, Chinese and Japanc9o
w 111 use uo other. I use nothing elao In
mv own family. Yours truly,
0. A. Cll AriN,
Manager Kohala Sugar Co.
' Wo have sold a huge quantity of your
'Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
store, both at Kcnlla and ICar-aa, and
can cheerfully recouimtind it for bron
Veiy lcspectfuUv yours,
C0r.lt Tieasurur Makce Sugar Go.
Sli'netiHU OIIlJT OF TIffM
Hawaiian Island. At Chnmbeis.
1 n tho inntter of the Uankruptcy of Henry
Caution. Before Mr. Justice 'Dole.
Older on pi tltlon of Bankrupt for
dhchnigo fiom his debu.
Upon reading ud tiling tho petition
of UcmyCnnnou, of Honolulu, Oabu,
alleging that more thau six mouths
have elapsed .lnc5 ho was adjudicated
a BanMupt and pinjiug for dtschaigo
from all his debts.
Jt Is oideicd that WEDNESDAY, tho
30th da) of .July, A. V. 18U0, at 10
A. m., nt that day at tho Court Boom In
Alilohinl Hale, Honolulu,, be and Is
hereby appointed the Hnio and place
forhcnltig of said petition when and
where nil ci editors who have proved
theh claims against nld Bankrupt may
appear and show cause, If any they
lime, why the ptnyer of s.dd Baukropt
Should not be gi anted.
And It Is fin I her ordeied that notlco
be given by aderilieiiieiit In the Daily
Buixktin published in said Honolulu,
for two weeks of the time and place of
such hearing and that the Cleik of the
Supieme Com t mull notices of tho tlmo
and place of said healing to all ciedltors
of said Bankrupt who have pioved their
debts. By the Com t.
9 J. H. REIST,
Dated Honolulu, July 14, 1V0
From San Francisco.
. ..Aug 23.
, ...Sept 20.
. . Aug 2
Alameda Deo 1.1,
For San Frarsoi6co.
Leavo Duo at
, ,. Sydney Honolulu
Zcnlandia July y. . . , July 20
Alameda Aug 0. . ..Aug 23
Mariposa Sept 3. . . .Sept 20
Zealondiu Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda . Oct2fl., . Nov 1G
Mariposa Nov 20 . . . Dec 13
Zealaiidin Dec 21. . .fau 10
Intormedialc S. S. Australia.
Loavc S. F
Friday . . July 18
. Sept 12
, . Nov 7
. Aug 1
. Aug 2l
. Oct 24
. Nov 21
To mrhe per bilk 'Adonl-.1' fiom Itie
men, per Imrk 'Isonbrrg" fiom Lhei
pool. per lt.uk "b'atisl" liom New York
iiul other eel. aic ofteied
ron saii uv
U. W, SCHMIDT k
"Bwwtr Block," K,to! Bt near Fort.
f beg to announce to 'the public, that I
otter for Halo
CARTS & BREAKS,
AT A BAHOA1K.
Al-o, a complete as-nitmenl ot Drst-cla-s
Carl,' Wapi & Carriaie
faploeli'd pcisonnlly of the bwi f.ietoiles
in thu r.tiHuii SUti's. fiOli tin
.IUS'JL' ItlCGISXVlSI) :
Ex. Win. II. Dlmond,
GASES SECURITY BRAND
OF 1 1 IGn TKbT.
LEWIS & CO.
f.i! i 111
"VTOTICB Is heieby gliun that tho llrm
L of the Hawaiian Hotel Sinnlcs Co,
lias been icoigunlzeil. GeoiL'o V. Mao
furlaue, B. It. Miles, W. Austin Whlt
lujr, trustee mid Thos. S. Kay, haio ro
uted from said thin aud nil luti-rcMs
tiro now vested In D. Paul It. lseuber;,
W. II. Cornwall and 8. I. Shaw, who
ns co-parmeis under said Htm uiimu
will emry on iho business of Hack,
Boarding and Llveiy Stables aud Im
poiteis mul Dealers lu I.ivo Stock.
rornwell, lesldcntof Watluku, Maul.
Shaw Isunbeitf, losldctiU of Hono
lulu. Hawaiian HotelStablos Co.
D. PAUL It. JSENBERQ,
8. I. SIIAW.
Honolulu, Jane 0, 180O, M8 2w
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iastraliaa iiu sidtiei.
FO SAN rfitAKG'lSCO.
now and line AI steel ficnntahl
Of tho Oaeanic Steamship C'ompinv, vill
be due i.i Honolulu from Sidney
and Auckland ou or nlxmi
July 26, (830.
And will leave for tho above port wlih
malls and passengera on or about that
For frelehl or lumenim. hr.wmr. Kit
PIMItnn Innnu.ri... A,.XW:, , " "Y
IEWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland.
Tho no anil fine AX situl atcaranhtp
Of the Oceanic Steamslup Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Fraucieco on or about
Aug:. 2, 1SSO.
And will have prompt dlpatch with
malls and passengers for tho a hove ports
For freight or passnge, havintr SU
PKIUOK ACCOMMODATIONS, 'applv
7 "WM. G. DlWiy & CO.. Agonta
Gustav A. Schumaii
7U & 8 : : King Street.
At W. Wright & Son's.
Having received a full assortment of
(.arriauo Trimming Materials from tho
East, I am prepared to executo all ordcra
wllh neatness and despatch at Yery retv.
G. A. BOHUMAN.
i'OJt SALE BY
J, T. WATERHOUS
NO riOD is heieby gUen that I will
uut pay debtB contracted in my
mi mo without my written order.
W. C ACHI.
Honolulu, July 7, 18W. Md lm
rjlIIK Hawallun Hotel Stables jjlve
X notice to those owing them old
accounts, that if not eettled by August
out in iuo nanus
Mrs. f.1. J. RAMOS
Iw PMognliic Gallery
At A, L. Smith's, Upstairs,
Where the Bost. the Neatest and tho
Ptiotocfraphlo Pictures and Reflidcnco
Views are taken. Entire satisfaction
given, aud all oiders promptly attended
flSTA respectful invitatlou is sent out
to the ladies to call and see for them-selvps-
I, 1800, they will be
of a collector.
ANYONE baling claims against tho
latoW.K. Seal will plpusopeud
them addressed to Mrs. Peol, cato of W.
I.lfihiaan, at O. W. Maefailnuo 6c Oo.'s.
Hoiiolulii, July 18, 1800. COS lw
ATOTIOE is herein-
Driven that I will
no lilllg contracted bv Mis.
Rebecca I'anoo Piiuku without my
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
Honolulu, July Jl, lbl0. C02 1w
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
I'nuo in tho "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory,' at 128 Fort stieet, I am
prepared to continue tho ahovo business
under Uio old mime of Honolulu Car.
rlnge Manufactory, and being an old
experienced nirriago builder I solicit
tho pfitronago of my old friends and the
public In gciierul.utul with my thorough
knowlcdco of lite business aud with ox.
peileoied workmen and using only the
best material I guarantee gtueral satis
faction. I'lease cal) and sttt ma before
(Bignoui: uiukun ivKaj'.
, Ont. W, IXHti,
MRS. aiONROE.'ladte' uurse. Im
removed to No. S, Kukui lauu
NATURAL Mineral Water.
saio only by
W. S. LUCE,
Sole Agent & Importer for tho Ha
waiian Islands. 02U tf
TAI WO OHAN,
Manufacturer, of Ladien'
aud Gentlemen's ,
French K(d, Calf 6 Kangaroo
BKIN SIIE08 MADK TO OIlUEIl.
IVicjred op Honed; nlBO, KnddieM.
89 Nuuanu Bt p. o. Box 20 1.
COO KIM & CO.,
No. 69 Nuuanu St., Honolulu,
And dealers In all kinds of
CUHHlmcres nud I-'arnlHliIu OoodH.
Also, a full stock of Dty and Taney
Qoodfc. Good lit Kimianteed. 047 8m
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has rcmovod from Fort rlreet to Ito-
bello Lane, Palria.
Okkick Hooiib: 0 a. m. to 12 m. ard
r, u. to 0 r, m.
Mutual eOB-eaTELEPIIONEStSS-Ecll 476
410 t f
FIRliWOOD for sajo at Hawoilon
Commercial fialeirooms, corner of
Queon anil Nuuauu streets. 483 tf