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AVkbsksuat, July 2!1,
Tlic House rc-asscmblcd at 1 :!30.
ltep. llrown moved the item un
der consideration when committee
took recess ltoads and bridges,
Maui, 81900 pass, as these extra
appropriations could be inserted un
der See. 3.
Minister Drown said a portion of
tho Items asked for were already
provided for, besides which there
was an item of SUO,000 for roads
and bridges in general. The pre
sent Minister of tho Interior had
traveled around a great deal and
knew the wants of the country. The
speaker did not anticipate a great
drop in the revenue. There had
always been a great reduction in
values at return limes, followed by
a wonderful recovery afterward.
Noble Cornwell was quite willing
that these bridges be provided for
out of tho 500,000, if the Minister
guarantees them. The tratllc was
as heavy as anywhere and the works
Noble McCarthy thought the
members for Maui ought to bo well
satisfied with 10,000, as it was
four times as much as tliat island
got last period.
Rep. If. W. Wilcox thought the
bridges could be provided for in the
Noble Macfarlano corroborated
the reasons given by Noble Cornwell
from personal observation.
Rep. "White mentioned nine
bridges on Maui requiring rebuild
ing or repairing.
Noble J. M. Horner considered
the estimated appropriations in the
bill sufllcicnt. If these bridges
were needed let them be built, but
his impression was that none of
them should cost more than 1000.
lie supported tho original item.
Rep. Kancalii thought the Gov
ernment made a great mistake in
not appointing the lion. Noble from
Ilaniakua (Horner) Superintendent
of Public Works, when he knew
more about the bridges in Waikapu
than those living there. The lion.
Noble estimated that these bridges
would not cost more than S1000,
while the local road supervisor said
they would cost at least $2000. By-ami-by
the lion. Noble would be
asking 18,000 a milu for his rail
wa3' in Ilamakua, and would not
like if members would oppose that
Rep. Wilcox thought a good deal
of time was being wasted in talking
over this paltry sum of S5000 for
bridges that the Nobles and repre
sentatives from Maui said were ne
cessary. Maui was being badly
used. "What did members from Ha
waii and Oahu know about the needs
Rep. White moved the item pass
Rep. Kamai urged the necessity
of a certain bridjje in liana. Some
times the doctor was prevented from
Rep. Halstcad wanted $3000 for a
bridge in a Makawao gulch. He
supported the motion of the mem
ber for Lahaina to make the item
$30,000, on condition that this
bridge be built.
Noble Cornwell wanted to K.iy that
the lion, members from Lahaina
and Makawao seemed to think that,
because the necessity was shown for
bridges in Waikapu, they should get
bridges all over the island. He was
afraid this would be the case when
the door was opened, and now would
support the item as it was in the
Minister Brown did not blamo
members for wanting to get all they
could for their constituents, but if
all the amounts asked for were vot
ed it would swell the item to $39,
000, which the Government could
Passed as in the bill.
Roads and bridges, Molakai and
Rep. Pachaolc moved the item
read, roads ami bridges, Molokai,
$3000, leaving out the island of La
nai. Minister Spencer moved the item
bo $1500, including Lanai. Carried.
Roads and bridges, Oahu, outer
Rep. Brown moved the item bo
$9500, as he was going to move se
parate items for Manoa, etc.
Rep. Kaulii gave the lion, membor
for Honolulu credit for doing a very
smart thing, in trying to capture
$3500 from tho portion of the outer
districts for the Honolulu district.
Let the lion, member wait till the
Honolulu item comes up and then
niovo an insertion for tho Manoa
road. (In answer to tho speaker
Minister Spencer gave details, show
ing $3000 for his district of Ewa
and Waianae.) lie was salislied
with tho allotment and would sup
port the item as in tho bill.
Rep. Bush, (who surrendered the
chair to Noble McCarthy) said lie
was not anxious to increase the ap
propriation, but there was a petition
on the table to restore a bridge wash
ed away at Kaneohe. If the Minis
ter had an opportunity of visiting the
place he thought he would agrco that
$2500 ought to be appropriated for
that purpose. Ho would aak the as
sistance of tho'Housc in having the
item increased for this bridge.
Passed nt $15,500.
Roads and bridges, Honolulu,
Rep. Brown moved $19,000 so
that lie could ask for specific items
for Manoa, etc,
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Minister Sponccr explained that
tho Item covered tho whole Konu
Rep. Cuiiimings moved it pass an
in the bill.
Rep. Bush said if his feelings
governed his action in the House lie
would vote against the amendment,
as it was to Manoa that ho owed his
defeat at the general election. But
he preferred when struck to turn
the other check, and would support
a specific item for Manoa.
Noble Phillips did not see why
separate items should be voted.
This was for tho district of Kona
outside of Honolulu, and Manoa
would doubtless get its share.
Rep. Brown wanted a separate
item so as to be sure it would be
Passed as in the bill.
Roads and bridges, Kauai, $20,
000. Minister Spencer by request gave
Roads and bridges in general,
Pay of Road Supervisor, Hono
lulu, $1000. Passed.
Bureau of Honolulu Water Works.
Salary of Superintendent and Clerk
of Market, $0000.
Rep. Lucas moved $7000. The
incumbent would have charge of the
new market aim the electric light,
aud have the handling of a large
amount of money.
Noblo McCarthy said the item
was an increase of $1200 over last
appropriation, and thought a raise
of S50 a month was enough for any
Rep. R. W. Wilcox moved the
item be reduced to $5000, which be
ing $200 more than last period was
sulllcient. This was one of those
bureaus it was proposed to put un
der a civil engineer.
Rep. Pachaolc supported $5000.
Proposed expenses for water works
amounted to $-125,000.
Rep. Lucas was the more inclined
to support a good salary on account
of the proposed extension of the
water works. There was some feel
ing against the present incumbent,
who might perhaps be bounced to
morrow. He was not discussing
the man at all, but held that any
man fit for the position should be
paid $7000. If they could not raise!
it to that amount, then at least pass
it at $0000 as in the bill.
Rep. Kaulii thought some mem
bers inconsistent. Outside thc3'
complained about high salaries but
when they came in there they said,
"Oh, that man is not getting
enough." "Would the lion, member
from the fifth district have moved
to reduce to $5000 if he was the in
cumbent? He thought that was all
the hen. member would be worth if
he had the ofllce. Did be think he
was a good enough civil engineer to
manage the bureau? lie moved the
item pass at $5200 so that it would
come out even.
Passed as in the bill.
Rep. Kalua moved the committee
rise in order to give the committees
ot the House a chance to overtake
some of their work. Carried.
The report of the committee of
tho whole was adopted by the
Notices of various committee
meetings were given.
The House adjourned at 8:22
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
Accountants, Collectors, Commission Agents Bud
Onstom House Brokers.
Are at all times prepaied to per
form any description of Clerical Work,
such as Auditing Accounts, Posting tip
Tradesmen's Books, Making Inventories
of Stock, Engrossing Legal Documents,
Etc. Competent and Reliable Freight.
Cleiks for the delivery ami talljbig'ol
tSTOilicc at IIcsTACH& ItonmrrsoN's,
Queen street. Post Ollleo Iiox 1811. "Mil.
tuulTdcphonc It': Hell Telephone til
2 Largo Furnished Rooms,
centrally located. Ap
ply nt tills ollleo. fi05 lw
A SUITE of Three Nicely
Furnished Koonis. Au-
S ply at No. C5 Punchbowl
street, or to Ii. F. Hcbbnril. fiOl tf
A HOUSE Willi 7 rooms
and bath, on the cor
ner of lieretanla ami Pcnsa-
cola streets. Cars pass the door. Ap
ply at this office. 581 If
LAKGE Cottage on Llllba
street, C rooms, kitchen
and pantry. Convenient to
cars. Apply to
01 King st., over J. Noll's slorc.
FOR KEN T
LELKO Stables at present
occupied by Hawaiian
Transfer Co., ncrinlsslou
given August 1st. Apply to
Ii08 tf J. K. WALKEK.
WANTED lit OA'OE 1
COTTAGE within two
or three blocks from
tho corner of Korl and Hotel
streets, suitable for tbreo gentlemen for
housekeeping. Address '!. O. Kox
No, 21)7." ii)0 If
TO LET or LEASE
rplIK Kcsidenfo of Mrs. A.
JL Long, In Pinion Valley.
I Apply to
01 King St., ovor J. Nott's store.
1i;h sad, ta.
m. i4Wn. hi .1 nrw. . u ,,
Groceries, Crockery, Saddlery,
DAGS and BAGOINO,
Dry Qooas, Boots & Blioos,
LIQUORS, BEER and WINES,
To arrlvn per b.nrk "Adonis'' from Brn
mon, per burk "lMinlicrfj" from Liver
pool, per bark "Faust'' from New York
and oilier vessels, are offered
ron sAi.r. nv
"Erower Block," littel St. near Tctt.
I beg to announce
CARTS & BREAKS,
AT A BAitOAlN.
Also, a complete assortment of ilrst
elass stock ot
Car!, ffapi & Carriage
Selected personally of the best faetorles
in tin; Kiistcni State?. C0n I in
Ex. Vm. II. Dlniond,
O O A L O I L
OK HIGH TEST.
LEWIS & CO.
"VT OTICE is hereby given that the firm
LM of the Hawaiian Hotel SlaMes Co.
has been reorganized. George W. Mae-
inriaiie, Ji. Ji. Allies, w. Austin wait
ing, trustee and Tlios. S. Kay, have re
tired from said Hi in and all interests
are now vc-ted In D. Paul 11. Iseuberg,
W. H. Cornwell anil S. I. Shaw, who
as eo-partners under .said linn nanie.
will curry on the business of Hack,
Boarding mid Livery Stables and Im
porters and Dealers in Live Slock.
Cornwell. resident of Wailukii, Maui.
Shaw .t Iseuberg, residents of Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Hotel Stables Co.
D. PAUL It. ISENKEKG,
S. I. SHAW.
Honolulu, June II, Ih'.lO. B!)8 2w
MIERSITI k FIELD,
tarOnr New Artotypo Illustrated
Catalogue scut free on application.
1 18 HIJTTF.H HT ,
Nan I'lnnclKeo. : x Cullrornla.
No, 30 Nusanu Bt. P, 0, Box 207.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having liad 10 years experience in
the business, I am prepared to manu
facture to order fashionable band
sowed Ladles' & Gentlemen's Hoots &
Shoes. Also, Froneb & American Boots
& Shoes received by every steamer.
Prices reasonable. I solicit your pat
rouago. Ml :im
A. G-. SILVA,
05 U 67 Hotel Btroet,
Fine Upholstering ami Bedding a spe
cialty, June lfl.fltu
11, W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
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A Cure for Influenza I
Dll. LOZIEIt'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, ouo of the best remedies
ever prepared for coughs, nstlimn, lung
and cliest trouble, ami a great relief to
whooping cough and throat affection.
AhU for Or. Loner's Hawaiian Chorry Cor
dial sold at
And 11LNSON, SMITH & GO'S.
I find your "Cherry Cordial" the best
medicine we bnve ever used for coughs,
colds and lung trouble. All ot our Na
tives, Portuguese, Chinese and Japanese
will use an other. I use nothing cle In
my own family. Yours truly,
.Manager Kohnla Sugar Co.
' Wc have sold a large quantity of your
'Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
store, both at Kealla and Kapaii, and
ean cheerfully rccominand it for bron
Very respectfully yours,
Oi:o E. PAIKOHILD,
005 tf Trcauror .Makee Sugar Co.
SIIVKE41IH COUIIT r TIIK
Hawaiian Islands. At. Chambers.
In the matter of the Bankruptcy of Henry
Cannon, before Mr. Justice Dole.
Order mi petition of bankrupt for
discharge from his delN.
Upon reading mid tiling the petition
of Henry Caution, ot Honolulu, Oahu,
alleging that more 'than six months
have elapsed slnec he was adjudicated
a Bankrupt and praying for discharge
from nil Ids debts. ' '
It. Is ordered that WEIlNF.SDAY, the
:10th da of July, A. D. 18110, at 10
a. m., ol that day at the Court Room in
Alliolant Hale, Honolulu, bo mid Is
hereby appointed the time and place
for bearing of shld' petition when and
where all creditors who have proved
their claims against said bankrupt inny
appear and show cause, if any the3r
liavo, why the prayer of said Bankrupt
should not be granted.
And it is further ordered that notice
he given by advertisement in .the Daily
Hui.i.ktin published in said Honolulu,
for two weeks of the time and place of
Fitch bearing and that the Clerk of the
Supreme Court, mall notices of the time
and place of said hearing to all creditors
of said ISaukrupt who have proved their
debts. Uy the. Court.
. J. II. REIST,
Dated Honolulu. July 14, IS',10.
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' .5 c a ,a ,-:
FOR SxVLE CHEAP
A COMPLETE outfit for making and
xtl dispensing earuouatcu ueverages
all In good order,
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay debts contracted in my
name without my written order.
W. C. ACIH.
Honolulu, July 7, 1800. 0!8 lm
rpHE Hawaiian Hotel Stables give
X notice to thoso owing them old
accounts, Unit If not settled by August
1, 1B1I0, they will he put in the hands
of a collector. C01 td
ANYONE having claims against tho
late Y. It. Seal will please send
them addressed to Mrs. Seal, care of W.
Llslinmn, at O. W. Maofurhino & Co.'s.
liouoliilu, July 18, 1800. COS lw
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
Page in the "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," ot 128 Fort street, I am
prepared to coniinng the above business
uuifer the old mimo of Honolulu Car.
riago Manufactory, aud being an old
experienced carriage builder I solicit
tho pntronagu of my old friends and the
public in general, and with ray thorough
knowledge of the business and with ex.
perienced. workmen and using only the
nest material I guarantee general satis
faction. Please cull aud stu me before
(Signed): GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu. Ool. 9, IHS1). mil If
MH8. MONROE, ladies' nurse, lien
removed to No. 8, KuUul lane.
.uiM ii i Li in . m rmm ! n.mn IH.iii nnn
Oceanic Sinn (luiii y,
From San Francisco.
Leave Duo at
,r . . H Honolulu
Mariposa July 2(5. .. . Aug
Zealandiii Aug 2,'i. . . . Aug ,'JO
Alameda Sept 20.... Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zcalandiu Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Don HI Deo 20
Fop San Francisco.
Leave Due at
, ,. Sydney Honolulu
Zaalnndm July 5).... July 21!
Alameda Aug (. . ..Aug 2:1
MarliKwa Sept 3 .... Sept 20
0!lla,1 Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 2!), . . . Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 20 . . . .I)(.c R)
Zealiindiii Dee 21.... Jun 10
Inlermodiale S. S. Australia.
Leave S. P.
Friday... Aug 1
Friday... Aug 2!
Friday.. Sept 2l
Friday.. .Oct 21
Friday... Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 18
, Sept 12
FOIC 8AA VltAXCINCO,
The new aud tine Al steel sleanmhi
Of tlioOceanioSteamslilpCompajiv, will
be due at Honolulu from Sydtiov
and Auckland on or about "
July 26, 1890.
And will leave for tho above port with
malls and passengers on or about that
nP.wtCP'B'U or Psagc, having BU.
PEHIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WE Q. IKWIN & CO., Arronti.
For Sydney and Auckland.
Tho new and Duo Al steel stearcautp
Of the Oceauic Steamship Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or ubout
Aug. 2, J 890.
And will have prompt dispntch with
malls aud passengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, havintr BU
PEHIOH ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IEWIN & CO.. Agents
Gustav A. Sclmmaii
70 & 81 : : King Sheet.
At W. Wright & Son's.
Having received a full assortment of
(JarriairoTiimniing Materials from Hie
fcust, 1 urn prewired to execute all orders
with neatness and despatch at very rea.
G. A. BOHUMAN.
npr 7-00-3 y
Mrs. M. J. RAMOS
At A, Ii. Smith's, Upstairs,
Where tho Best, tho Neatest and tho
Photographic Pictures and Residence
Views are taken. Entire satisfaction
given, and all orders promptly attended
JG6S-A respectful Invitation is sent out
to the ladles to call and see.for them
selves. C80 lm
NATUHAL Mineral Water.
sale only by
W. S. LUCE,
Sole Agent So Importer for the Ha
waiian Islands. D23 tf
TAI WO CHAN,
Manufacturer of Ladies'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SKIN BHEOS MADK TO OIIDEII.
IVkkcU op Mewed ; also. MaddlrN.
88 Nuuauu St., : : : P.O.Box 201.
GOO KI&B &CO.,
No. CO Nutmnu St., Honolulu,
And dealers in oil lilnds of
CasHluiereM aud i'lirnlMhluc OooiIh.
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Good lit guaranteed. CI7.tm
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort f trcet to Ho.
, bollo Lane, Pttlfina.
Omcis Hotms; 0 a. m. to 12 u. ard
J', m. to 0 p. u.
Mutual 008-aTELEPII0NE84QSrBcll 475
ITWtEWOOD for salo at Hawaiian
? Commorolal Salesrooms, comer of
Queen und Nuuanu streets. 408 tf
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