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FIGURED INDIA SILKS
TUB LA.EGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS 1
gJtF" No. 2 I'u t torn 4 ullLc Fashionable Dtet&niiil.in upslniit ti
EHLEES & CO.
01 f OJOfX" rXHtJE12'.r.
HA VIC JUST lflTKIVni) A VKIIY I.AIlOK ASKOHT.MKNT 01'
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
Oent's JF,lttllllilsg Goods, &:o., &:o.,
All will be sold ut Beaeonnblo Prices.
Our DreeRinnkins: Department
CLAKK will bo re-opened about May
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice. Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
1C1U. Olovos from 5 to au IJuttojiu,
Hosiery, Satlnes, Scotch GIngaams, latest patterns; Woolen D.ress Goods,
ALSO, A CnOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Valises.
" XHmouti JtJloolr," IVoh. OZ Si DY Kiu- StrooU
G-ranite, Iron and Tin Ware
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AM)
993 Sheet Iron Work.
Shipping k 0
PLANTATION & INSURANCE A ti IS NTS,
Builders' find General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS I
Kitchen Utt'iihilh, l'uints, Oila,
Blake's Stem Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Clbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayno & Sons Family Medicines.
-OFFER AT BED
nalii'ornla Hay, Oata, Bruit,
Oil Cake Meal, Linsood Aleul,
Barley, Rolled Barley,
Middling: Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn I'lour!
JFJLOUK Mr Al Uii Golden Gate & 8aliiift"&i FLOUR
Telephones, No. 175.
House, Cornur Vurt &. Hotel its.
management ot MISS
Cgggl'lELi 1 M'-LLL1 LI J ILL J
Machinists' & I'hunbeie' Tool?,
Vainishen, Lump Och.hU mid
Cor. Edinburgh & Guoon Sts.
DAriiY jiULhim . uoo,Labu, &. iM
Ti ! srAT, July 22.
The House ic-asT-mbled nt 1 :r,0.
The I'tosidcnl appointed, nt llio
committee on tlio pel bill, Nobles
Cornwell, Crabbe, Bops. CuniminRs,
onnr.it or Tin: vv.
Second rnndiiifjof n bill lo ptovide
fot llio (piieliiii; nf title, estates uucl
interests in leal piopurty.
Hcfoirod to judiciary counuilluc.
Second leading ol a bill to pro
vide for the oointnitinunt of ilipso
luniilaes to tliu Insane Asylum nt
Honolulu. The sanitary committee
suggested ainuiidnHiiits 1, to vest
the jurisdiction to commit dipsoma
niacs in Judges of the Supreme
Court nt Chambers, Judges of Cir
cuit Courts, and the Police Justice
of Honolulu; L to strike out the
HovNiou giving power lo the hos
pital physician to extend the period
of commitment without the approval
of the committing judge; and, i II,
to strike out the limitation of bene
fits to persons of otherwise good ic
putntiOn. On ' motion of Hop. Kalun, the
House went into committee of the
whole, to consider the bill section
by feeution. Hep. Uickard was call
ed lo the chair.
l'cp. Kalua moved, that as the
House had not the amended bill in
print, the committee rise and recom
mend that the bill be vefeired to the
Rep. Brown considered thai, there
was no necessity for having the bill
printed anew. When it was intro
duced some members regarded it
with suspicion, but it was a good
bill and one that would be neces
sary. There were some persona
who could not control their appe
tites for liquor, and these should bo
protected fiom total abandonment
to drunkenness. There was a case
where a man had been placed in the
Aylum under specific treatment,
with the result that to-day' he bad
an abhorrence of all kinds of liquor.
Ilep. Kalua withdrew his motion.
Hep. If. W. Wilcox moved that
the first .section be indefinitely post
poned. The House had no riybt to
legislate on personal habits. Next
thing it would be proposed to stipu
late how many drinks a man could
take a days The bill was introduc
ed for it purpose. It wa- not ex
pected that many foreigneis would
come uimur its provisions, hut the
introducer meant it for the restiaint
of native Hawaiian's.
Hep. Knudsen, speaking in both
languages, advocated the bill as a
good measure. Similar laws in
other countries had done much good
in saving men from intemperance.
Hep. Nawahi supported indefinite
postponement, lie might find on
election day that his runners were
all locked up as dipsomaniacs. No
bles and representatives ought to lie
careful that they were not digging
it hole into which they might tumble.
He noticed that some members at
evening parlies talked ptetty fast
after being there awhile.
Hep. Urown did not believe that
the evils apprehended would result
from the law. The process would
require lull proor oetoic the person
was committed, and lie had besides
the right of appeal.
Hep. "White spoke in behalf of re
jecting the bill. Thurston and his
Cabinet bad gone out of olllce, lyit
it seemed they had left a represen
tative in the person of the lion,
member for Honolulu (Hep. Brown).
They might as well commit victims
of the awa habit to the asylum.
People in the country were not
givcii the same liberty of intoxica
tion in public as were people in
Rep. Marques thought at first the
principle of the bill was good, and
was glad to see it referred to a com
mittee. On further perusal of the
bill ho found it indefinite in its
terms. It did not say how a person
was to prove himself not a subject
for commitment. Too much power
was given to the hospital physiuiiiu.
The bill should say that alter a cer
tain number of convictions for
drunkenness in the 1'olico Court, a
person might bo committed to the
hospital. He suppoited the motion
to have the first section indefinitely
Rep. Pnehaole was opposed to tho
bill when he first read the native
version, but, when ho had learned
the true Bignjficanco of the term
"dipsomaniao," ho came to the con
clusion that the bill was a good one.
The committee had struck out the
jurisdiction of district magistrates',
because tboy feared that abuses
might nrise from misconstruction of
the law by those magistrates. What
caused his refusal to sign tho report
was his fear that n busts might ariso
from the power of ' complaint given
to any person. There bhotild be a
bectiou providing for tliopuniflhniei t
of anyone making an unfounded
complaint. lie moved that the bill
bo referred to a select committee
Rep. Knnealii opposed the bill.
A man coming to Honolulu from one
of the other islands might be ar
rested. The bill was on a par with
the leprosy laws that caused a greet
deal of trouble among Unwaiimu.
Ucp. Nawahi moved the commit
tee ii6o, report progrcts, and ask
leave. to sit again.
Rep. Brown spoko ngalnst this
motion, ns tho committee could de
cide the wain question in live win-
uioi, namely, oSlltw kill Iho bill or
rofor it to n committee.
Hep. Lucas fiuorotl rising, ns
there was much cuminilU'u work lo
be ilonft, and this bill could bo con
sidi'icd another time,
Noble Walker said he was sur
prised tit the loiuluet of the oom
miiU'c. They were doing absolute
ly nothing, ji'ud this unnting to d
journ every lew minutca was b
Mini, If tho House was nut,(o be
kept in session tix or elbt ino.iiln,
It ought to begin lo do some bust
nos. Noble Phillips agreed with tho
lion. President of The Legi-liuurc.
lie did not know what gictil busi
ness the lion, member for't he fouilli
ward had on baud, but supposed
that it existed in his imagination.
A great deal had been snid by mem
bers cm lue back seals, but evident
ly it had not much meaning. Tho
speaker told a elory by Josh Bil
lings, applying it to 1 lies members
who had been speaking against Hie
bill. Ho defined "dipsomaniac" to
show Hint the fears of opponents of
the bill, regarding danger to per
sonal libcity, were groundless. A
man who was drunk from Saturday
night to Sunday night and went lo
his work Monthly morning was not
a dipsomaniac. It was one whose
appetite was so depraved Hint he
would grasp nt a bottle if it con
tained kerosene oil. Tho bill was
an exact copy of the Massachusetts
law, and the committee had added
additional guaids for Hie liberly of
the subject. Ho moved the commit
tee recommend the passage of the
first section as amended.
Rep. Nawahi again attacked the
bill. He said that although the
chairman of the sanitary committee
had a big head he might not have
Noble J. M. Horner thought
many of the objections to tho bill
were imaginary. "Jt was not intend
ed to restrain persons who were
able to take care of themselves even
if they were drinkers. He appealed
to the good feelings ot members in
behalf of the unfortunate persona
who had lost all control over them
selves through intemperance.
Rep. P.iehaole, after hearing tho
chairman of the sanitary committee
(Noble Phillips), was mote in
favor of vefereiice to a select com
mittee. They were told it was a
copy of the Massachusetts law,
which the hospital physician in Ins
leporfc b'lated was far from perfect.
Noblo Phillips asked the lion
member if he ever knew r, human
law that was peifeet. The boo.
member had in bis possession the
amended native version nearly two
weeks, and now asked for u select
committee without being able to
say tor what he wanted it.
The motion to indefinitely post
pone the first section was lot on the
casting vote of the chairman.
The motion -to refer to u select
The committee rose and reported
its recommendation lo have iliu hill
relenvd to a select committee.
At 't :-iG Hie House adjourned.
The national school bell rang at
the depot of the O. R &.. L. Co., at
ten o'clock Saturday morning and
thereupon came hurrying and scur
rying from all parlti of the city,
dominies and school maims galore,
to the trysting-p'lace. Five passen
ger conches with the baud cal in the
rear were pulled up alongside the
platform. At Mini p ten, llio Royal
Hawaiian band struck up a merry
air, the engine gave the usual
screech and the train moved oiit
leaving nothing but vain regiets for
all "passengers aboard who had
been left behind." A more highly
delighted crowd than filled the
coaches could hardly be imagined.
As the train went rolling through
the rice fields, the clatter of the
wheels, the easy rocking of the
coaches and the mountain breezes
playing through the open windows,
recalled to 11111113' piesent some
pleasing recollections of homo lands
beyond the sea. At Pearl City a
stop of twenty minutes g.ivo groups
of excursionists the oppoituuity of
strolling through Hie streets 'ami
avenues of the Ewa metropolis.
Whether any of them located comer
lots for thcmsoTvi'F deponent saitli
not. "All- aboard" was called
again, and the party was run
through to Honouliuli, whero track
laying has been carried forward to
within about a quarter of a mile of
the great artesian wells which have
already solved the "water problem"
of thu colonization fiyhemo. Four
wells havo been sunk and the filth
is in progress. Mo3t ol the excur
sion party having gathered iouiid,
the fourth well waa uncapped for
their ciitcitainmcnt. A volume of
water came rushing up through the
ten-inch pipe from a depth of -UK)
feet, with a force tlmt drovo tho
column about a foot above the
mouth of llio pipe. Hard by, the
brick layers aro at woik on the
foundation of a building in which
pumping machinery will be fixed
with a capacity of raising ,bix mil
lion gallons of water per day and
delivering it over the adjacent b!nff
lo irrigate Hie new plantation. Tho
water is clear as crystal and has a
barely perceptible brackibli taste.
On tho reuiiu tiip, a halt was called
at Mnnana for refreshments. A
splendid collation was provided in
tho grand pavilion, Mr. Johnson of
thu Hamilton House, caterer. n
quantity, quality and variety,, thu
bill of faro was first class, Mine
Host" ot the day, the Hon C, It.
Bishpp, personally euneiviwil tho
serving of tho largo company ami
seemed lo presorts tho fftculty of
being everywhere nt tho tame time
9efcing that no rueH'a tirouhlyj
fchoiud prevent Ins .wants ucing lolly
fiathfied, Aftrr lunch, the tcnirucrs
were grouped in the gnve and pho
tographed by Mr. J, A. Uoinalvea
find other opcratois.. The assem
bly next I'time to order with the
Inpector-fJoneriil standing Undpf n
big Irce tia chairman, when n reso
lution was vtad: "that the hum ty
thanks of all tho tcaclii'is present
arc hereby tendered the Hon. O. II.
Bishop, President of the Hoard of
JJdticntion, for this delightful excur
curslon and PuU'flaininonl." The
motion passed. with a strong unani
mous "aye," backed by tin ee cheers'
ami- n tiger. 'The Hon. President
responded in brief nnd cordial
teriua: "Ladies and gentlemen, if
you have enjoyed the day ns much
as f have, I am satisfied. " Then
followed a return to the pavilion
where the band struck up teipsi
cliorcan music, n largo number of
the guc3ts look the lloor and whirled
through I lie mazes of the dance un
til the toot of the locomotive nn
uouucccl that it was time to icturn
to town. The afternoon train from
Honolulu, just arrived, let down
one passenger and thereupon the
line physique of the Hon. Secretary
of the Board of Education was seen
moving towaid the pavilion. Tho
"late Mr. &mith" expressed himself
well pleased on heating about the
fun Hint ollice duties had prevented
bis sharing. At !:yO r. ji., the
train arrived back at the depot,
whence tho cxcuisionists dispersed,
all very grateful to the Honorable
President ol the Board fqr his kind
ness in providing them with such nn
exceedingly pleasant wind up of the
past year's work.
8 -f (2?
Groceries, Crockery, Saddlery,
DA03 anil B,GG!r.
flry Goods. Bouts & lees,
Lte,, JUc, Eh:.,
Tor.ilvnper burfc ,lAilorii-!,'boin Bre
men, pet burlv Hwnliorg1' from "-I.1 vet -puol,
iiuv bark""Fa;it' lrom ;,nw 1'ork
ami oilier vessels. :uo Offeutl
rOU bAl.K HY
fl. I . SCHBIBT & EONS.
"Ufiwvr Bloik," MM Bt. asar Toit,
Tbcg to announce to the public that I
offer for side
a1 jb Jrss rsfvi.
CARTS & BREAKS,
jT A UAUOA1W.
Alio, a complete iri tment ot flrst-elns-
Carl Wagon I Crap
Ft'leclril personalty of Hip best foetoiles
in Did KaMi-ru Male'. COti lm
Ex. Win. II. Dim.nnl, r
CASES SHCUBITY BRAND
OP HIGH TKST,
LEWIS & CO.
"VrpTIOE U heieln given Hint the firm
LH of thu Hawaiian Hotel '-lablu ( 0.
bap been reorganized. Giorge W. Mae
farlane, E. It. Miles, W. Austin Whit
ing, liiihtee and Thus. S. Kay, havo le-tln-d
fr'im Ktld Hull ami ll luteiots
am nmy e ted In D. l'ul B. Jteuberg,
W. 11. Corn well and S.,I. Minw, who
as eu-paitiiois imdpr aald thin nunu
will cirry on .the biirinct-n of I busk,
Bpartllug anil l.lvery Wlublos and Iiu-pt)iter-.
mill Denluis In I.ivo Stock.
Cornwidl, reslib nt of WulluLu, Maul,
Shav. & fsnubeig, losideuls of Hono
lulu, Hawaiian Hctol Stables Co.
D. p4Uf, K. TSEKBERG, '
Wjt. 11. CUU.NWBLL,
S. ). Mll.WV.
Honolulu, June y, isuO. C08 2w
W'3 tm ?r u
W IP 98 TV' i
tit fay ill ' I
A Cure for Influenza 1
Dn.'lOZIEIVS HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
riAL, one of thu bet remedies
t'VPr pu'parcMl for cough", ihm:i. lung
ntul eIiot Double, umt 11 great relief tn
v. hooping cough nutl throat affection.
Ask fur Ur. Lvz.bi's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial tuiHl at
HOTURTHP. & CO'S.,
And IlhXtON, SMITH & CO'S.
1 flii'l your "Cherry Cordial" tho best
nuiillubii' we linvu ever upciI for coughs,
colds and hni;; trouble. All of our Na
tives, Portuguese, Chinese rtnd Jiliuiies!
will uso 1111 other. 1 u&o nothing else In
my own family. Yours truly,
C. A. UIIAPIN,
Manager Kuhalit Sugar Co.
' U'o have sold n large quantity of your
'Cheiiy Conllal" at our plantation
stoie. both at ICealla and Kupaa, and
can cheei fully lecoiuiiiiind It forbiou
Very respretfnllv your?,
GO." tf Treasurer Mitkto SiiRiir Co.
O Hawaiian Islands. At Chambers.
1 11 thu mailer of the Bankruptcy of Henry
Cannon, before Mr. Justice Hole.
Older on p tit tou of bankrupt fur
tllcliaige from bis debt.
Upon leading and filing tha petition
of Ileuiy LM1111011, of Honolulu. Ouliu.
alleging tlmt more than six mouths
jiave ulajHi tl since ha vm adjudicated
a bnukiupt and piajbig for discharge
from all Ids debts.
It It ouleied that WCnESD.VY,tlio
IlOth da of July, A. D 18'JO, at 11)
A. M.. uf that day at the c'ouit Boom in
AlllOlaui Hale, Honolulu, be and is
hoieby appointed tins lime and place
forbearing ot paid petition when and
wheie all erodiior.s who have proved
their claim' tignlnst said Jjankiupt m.iy
appear and show caas-e, If any they
have, why thu prayer of said Buukrup'i
should not be gi anted.
And it Is timber oiden'd that notice
be given by advei iKeineut In the Daily
iil'i.l.r.TiN published In aid Honolulu,
for two weeks of the. time and place of
f-iieb healing and that the Cleikoftbe
Supreme Couit mail notices of the time
ami place of taid bearing to all 01 editors
of slid Hauk'tipt who have proved thuh
debts. Bv the Court.
J n. HEIST,
Dated Honolulu. July U, 1V.10
?.'"a' S 7,Z a
yr t r? - eft r.
a. i TZ
-VOXl 3AI,ri BY-
I T. WATERHOUSL
VrOTlOEU hereby given that I will
J i nut pay debts contracted lu my
name without mv wiitten order.
W. C. ACIII.
Honolulu. July 7, ISt'Q. 5'JS lm
fllE Hawaiian Hotel Stables give
b. notice lo those owing tbein oJ
accounts, that if not Fettled by August
1. 18U0. ilvy will bo put in the bunds
of 11 collector. 001 td
ANYONE having claims nsnlnst tho
lata V. J. Scat will plpate penil
them aildresFed to Mis. .-eal, euro of W.
l.bluiiiii, at (5. W. Miiofailuuo t t'o.'s.
Honolulu. July 13, 1E11Q, ' CQ3 1 w
N" OTfOE Is lioreby g'vgn that I will
pay no bills contiacted by Mrs
Bobpcc.t l'.tnuu Puuku without my
J. ALPRED MAGOON".
Jloimluhijjiuly II, lb'jo. coa lw
HAVING bought out Mr. W, II.
I'au'c in the ' Honolulu Carriage,
Sbuiufaa.iry,' nt 128 fort btrcet, I am
preiniml to ooDi iiuio the ahoyc busine-h
uiiJuriliti old uiniy of llomhihi Car.
luge MidiiifflrHiiy, and bislng an old
uxperiP1 ctd ruribtgu builder I solicit
Hit' rtriwo of my old filcnds anil 1I10
pubiio in genernl, and with my thorough
kiiiiwKmIl'O of the business and wlihtx
puiii'meil workmen and using only tins
l.st ni-jRriaM gunriiiiKe t?l'"erul piitls
faction. I'Iwipc cull inn! see inn before
(Slgnril)! GIDEON WEST.
F( inchilii. lr, '?!, ,.ii. vi f
BS. MONHOK. Indict' num.. I.r.
removed to No. 8, KuUul lane.
0 filyi y
0 WFi Q
Oceanic Stensnlp Goi'y.
From San Francisco.
Mariposa July 2G.
Xcaluiitliu Aug 2H.
. . Aug 2
. ..Sept 27
. Dec 13.
For San Francisco.
.Nov 20 .
. . Nov If.
. . Jan 10,
Zcalandia . ,
Mariposa. . .
Alameda. . .
Mariposa. . .
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leavo S. P.
Friday .July IS
Friday... Aug 15
Friday .. Sept 12
Friday. ..Oct 10
Friday. ..Nov 7
Friday. ..Deo C
Friday... Aug 1
Friday... Aug 20"
Friday.. Sept 26
Friday.. . Oct 2-t
Friday... Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 1U
Mom Mali Serrae.
Vait SAX FitAA'CTSCtt,
The now and floe Al steel Heamebl
Of the Oceanic Slcninhtp (,Vuip:mv, w m
bodiimit Honolulu from Svdney
buiI Auckland m n- about
July 26, I8S0.
And will luavc for tho above noitwith
mails and passengers on or ubout that
WK. Q. IRWIN & CO.. AfjeJit.
For Sydney and Auckland.
The nev and Hub Al steel ate&nwaip
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from San
Francikco oa or nbout
Aug:. 2, (8S0.
And will have prompt dbpatch wlih
V TO. G. IRWIN & C. Agonty.
Gnst?oV A. Schuman
No. 79 & 81 : : King Short.
At W. Wright & Son's.
tTavhig received a full assortment of
arrlngeTiinimhijr-Mateiluls from tho
Kiist, I sin pronari'il to execute all orders
wtili neatness and despatch at vary rea.
G. A. SOBUMAN.
Mrs. M: J. RAMOS
lw PIoIootMc Gallery
At.A. L. EailtU'e, Dpstal,
Whero tho Best, the MToatcst ruia tho
Pliotofi;rnphlc rictures nnti Residence
Views mo taken. Entire BtttMactlon
given, and all orders promptly attended
rS?A respectful Invitation Is sent out
to the ladles to call mid see for them
selves. 680 lm
A NATURAL Mineral Water. For
tain only by
W. 8. LUCE,
Solo Agent Importer for the Ha
waiian Islutidn, 623 tf
TAI WO OI-IAN,
Manufacturer of Lnilioa'
French Kid, Calf& Kangaroo
SKIN BHEOS IUDE TO OHDE11.
recced or Hewed; iiIhk, HmlUlcs.
03 Nuuanu St., ; ; : V, 0. hex 20 1.,
GOO KIM & CO.,
No. CO Nuuanu St., Honolulu,
And dealers In all kinds of
CuuRlmcrea mill Vuriilliluc GnotlH.
Also, a full fltock of Dry and Fancy
Good.. Good lit Riicrnntced. 017 3m
CIIxVNGE of JIESIDENOE.
Has removed from Tort r'.rcct to Re-
hello Lane, Piilr M.
Oki'jck Booitu! Oa. m, to 12 m. ard
1" M. to 0 l H,
Mutual 608-aTELEPIIONE8j56yEoll 475
FIRP.WOOD for tnlo at Hawaiian
Commercial Paloercomt, comer of
Qucon and Nuimnu Mrcois. 4C8 tf
F.?rJjuli?hi or p-tssago, lmvine SH
flilUUJl ACCOMMOlJATinv .,