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- 0AI1.Y .BULLilUTliM ; tlUfilUJblXLU, il. 1., JULY 2.0, l&XL.
FIGURED INDIA BILKS I
TUE LARCJEST ami MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS I
" No. i! Patterns alike, ruthinrialile Dimm .Ling ujistnira .(,3
B. P. SSLEE
Ot JT01a' S'J.-XtlfllS'X'.
HAVK JKST llKCRtVKU A VI'.KY I.AROR ASSOUT.MKNT OF
LADIES' &. CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
'iviiifc?l!L.ing- Goods, aSsrc, &:.,
All will ho Hold nt Reasonable Prices.
&" Our Dressmaking Depailmont uiidei
CLAillC will he re-opened nbout May 12th.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
iCUl Gloves from (o so 1111110110.
Hosiery, Salines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Valises,
Dlmoud Xlloclr," 2Nos. OC 5 O'T Klnff Street.
G-ranite, Iron and Tin Ware i
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIM, COPjeEE AND
nn.'J Sheet Iron Work.
lAi 1?0 1 (
Shipping & 0
l'LANTATIOK & CNSUllAXCJS AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Ciu-poutum', Blacksmiths', Machinists' & Plumbers' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitebon UiGUfcile, PninlH, OUb, Varnishes, Lamp Gooda and
Blab's. Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
Hu mi na
x'iilifomia Hay, Outs, Bran,
Oil Calco Meal, Linaeed Men,
Barley, Rolled Hurley,
Middling' Ground JSurley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
tfLOUR isrAIta, Gohlou Guto & SalinaH-xsa FLOUR
Telephones, Wo. 175.
Chas. J. FISHSSL'S,
Leading ll illiucry Uoum.', Corner Fort fc Hotel ts. ,
tho management of MISS
Cor, Edinburgh & Quoon Sts.
KM t t
I N V O I C
Groceries, Crockery, Saddlery,
DAGS and BAGGIN3,
Dry GoiidB, Boots & Sboia,
LIQUORS, BEER and WINES,
To airlve pcrbirk "Adonis"' from U10
men, per bark lsenberg" from Liver
pool, per baik "Faust" from New York
nnd other vcHefe. are offeied
kou s.vlk nv
H. ff. SCHMIDT & SOI.
''Brower Block," Motol St, nocr Fort
I beg to announce to
tlic public 1li.it I
CARTS & BREAKS,
AT A IIAHCIAIN.
Also, a complete niortincnt of thst
class stock of
Girt, Wapn k Cirriap
Selected poisoii:illy of the best factories
111 tbe Eastern Males. COli lm
tftyBli e i
cJ TJS X" RKCEIVEU
Ex. Wiu. If. Dlmmitl,
GASES SECURITY BBAMD
Or HIGH TEST.
LEWIS & CO.
NOTICE is liei ebv gi en 1i1.1t tbo linn
of the Hawaiian Hotel Stables Co.
Iras been icorgaiiized. George "W. Mat
inilanc, E. R. Mikv., W. Austin Wbit
inif, trustee and TI105. S. Kay, liavc rc
tlied fiom (-aid lit in and all interests
aie now vested in D. l'.uil R. Ieiibeig,
W. 11. Cot iw ell and 8. 1. Shaw, who
as co-partncis under said Hi in name
will ciiny on the business of Hack,
Hoarding and Lively Stables and Im
pel ters nnd Dealets iu Lie Stock.
Coriiwcll, 1 evident of Walluku, jraul.
Shaw'ifc lsenbeie;, icsidents of Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Hotel Stables Co.
1). PAUL It. ISENItEHG,
W.M. II. COUXWKLI,,
S. I. HIIAW.
Honolulu, Juiiu f), 1800. SOS 2v
82?-Our Kow Aitotypo Illustrated
Catalogue sent f ice on application.
11 SUTTEK NX..
Han I-'rauelHco, : i Cullfoi'iita.
No. 30 Nuuann St, F, 0. Bex 207.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having bad 10 yeais oxperlciico In
the bubiuera, I ntu piipanil to manu
facture to order lashlonablo hand
hewed Ladies' & Geutlemen'a Hoots &
'Sboes. Also, Ficnch it Aineiican liools
& Shoes received by eveiy ateainer.
Prices icasounbie. I solicit your pat
lonage. 004 Mm
A. G-. SILYA,
6Q & 57 Hotol Qtroct,
Furniture, Matting& Carpet Laid
Fine Upholstcilnjj and JJcddlng a spe
cialty. Juuo IG-tlm
iisa. k n S-r. ft h if
HAIIERSIITH k FIELD,
Fiiiday, July 25
The House rc-asscmblcil nt 1
NoDIo Vf. Y. Homer was grnutcd
leavu of abseneo for one wee'e.
Third rending of bill to amend
section 015 of the Civil Code ns
amended by chapter 24 session law
of 1874. The bill increase the
jurisdiction of the Disttiet Magis
trate to shits of $800 instead of
Minister Hi own moved the bill
Rep. Brown said a bill of tho
same character giving same juris
diction to tbe Police Justices was
rofrred to the judiciary committee,
which had made no report. These
bills ouht to bo passwl together,
both being good laws.
The bill passed.
The House went into committee
of the whole on tho Appropriation
Bill. Noble McCarthy in the cbnir.
balarv of Clerks of Department
of6 Water Works, $5-100.
Rep. Brown had heard that there
was to be still more woik during
the coming period, nnd there was
nlieady a great deal, and ho moved
an increase to &G000.
Rep. Waipuilani moved the item
pass as in the bill.
Passed as in the bill.
Running expenses, $13,500.
Minister Spencer gave the items
and moved addition of $800 to pay
for rent of land. This item was
probably overlooked by his prede
cessor. It is a piece of twenty-two
acre3, rent $400 yeaily. The Gov
ernment lias the refusal of it for
Hep. Rickaid favored passage ns
in the bill and authorizing the Gov
ernment to purchase tho land.
Rep. Kapaehaolo moved to amend
so as to read $12,000. He knew
that cheaper men could bo got, and
Rep. Waipuilntii What is the
name of the Inud?
Minister Spencer- It is adjacent
to the Electiic Light Station, and
there is a Government reservoir on
Rep. Brown was in favor of pas
sage as in the bill. More money
was needed owing to extension.
Minister Brown moved it pass at
$14,!5U0, and if the land was pur
chased, the extra $S00 would not be
spent. He would also state that
there weic three more retervoits
than in 188S.
Passed at $1-1,000.
Repairs, $100,000. Passed.
Boaid of Health. Salary of Pre
Minister Spencer moved $7000.
The incumbent is not only Presi
dent of the Boaid, but manager of
the Dispensary. No one man should
hold both oflices, and he considered
$7000 sufficient for the President.
Rep. Kalua would support the
amendment on condition that no
doctor hold the oflice. When n doc
tor is at the head, the Board is run
for the benefit of himself anrl the
circle of his friends. The special
line of a physician's education does
not fit him to bo an accountant.
There is a tail lo the Board but no
Rep. Riekard regarded the argu
ments of the lion, member for Wui
luku as very weale indeed. They
would be strong if taken exactly in
a contrary sense. It lcquircd a
doctor to understand the require
ments of the Board. Whether he
was a book-keeper or not, Dr. Kim
ball was n man of standing and in
tegiity. He would suppoit the mo
tion for $7000 provided that the
President continue in charge of the
Noble Walker did not agree with
cither of the lion, members. To get
a physician (it for the position, who
should not bo allowed private prac
tice, they must vote a good salary.
When the Board had a lay President
it was a very lame concern. If it
was not considered criminal in this
House to raise salaries, ho would
vote for making the salary $10,000.
If they could not secuie a good
medical man it would be a bad drop
for the Board, and hu moved the
item pass as iu the bill.
Noble von' Tetnpsky agreed with
the lion. Noblo and had much picas
ure in seconding his motion.
Minister Spencer, in answer to
Noblo Mar3den, said tho President
was filling tho position of Govern
ment physician for Honolulu, but
only drawing one salary. It was
his belief that one man cannot pro
perby fill tho two oflices.
Noble Marsden said that then ho
would support the Minister's mo
tion. Rep. White supported the item
and commended the administration
of the oillec by tho present incum
bent. Ilcp. Brown opposed at last bes
sion the having a medical man ns
President, but had changed his
mind on observation of results. He
supported the ministerial motion.
Noblo Muller begged to differ
from the lion, member for Ilamakua
in the opinion that everything was
satisfactory in Hie Board of Health,
Noble J, M. Horner considered
tho present President was 'lllltng
both olllees well, and it would be a
waste of monoy to provide for a sec
ond official. - .
Rep. It. W. Wilcox supported
the motion of the -Minister of tho
Interior. Many of the remarks
heard were far nstrny. The Minis
ter being at tho bead of tho Depart
ment know better than any of them
the requirements of this bureau.
Rep. Kaulii said that previous to
1887 tho President of the Board
had always been withont n salary.
He opposed the change at that ses
sion. After speaking about half an
hour, ho moved the item be $0000.
lie would be giad to (111 the place
himself nt $150 n month. The
President could not keep a man
alive when his time came lo die.
Noble Marsdon, on being inform
ed by Ministers Spencer nnd Peter
son that the President was under
stood to abandon private practice,
said lie should vote for S0OOO.
Noble Macfarlanc had conversa
tions with several members of tiie
Board nnd was satislled they were
opposed to consolidation of tho two
oillces. The Minister had undoubt
edly received tho same Information.
Passed at $7000.
Secretary, $1800. Passed.
General expenses, $18,000.
Minister Spencer, in answer to
Hep. Kalua, gave details, these be
ing cbully pay of agents. He mov
ed the item pass nt $17,CG4.
Passed as in the bill.
Noble Muller moved to reconsider
the salary of fcecretary, and make it
$-1000 as it was before.
Rep. Kauhi opposed the motion,
as, nccording to arguments heard,
his knowledge would decrease in
pioportion to his pay.
Rep. Pachaoic said this motion
was the result of undue haste on the
part of the chairman in putting mo
lions. Buildings, Repairs, and Mainten
ance of Hospitals, $16,000.
Noble Marsden insisted on the
motion to reconsider being put.
The Chair decided that the mo
tion was not in order in committee
of tbe whole.
Noblo Marsden appealed from
the decision of the Choir.
Rep. Brown held that the Rules
of the House not having been adopt
ed by the committee of the whole,
the committee was without rules
and could not reconsider u motion.
Noble Marsden withdrew his mo
tion and moved the committee tiso
and report progress. Carried.
The leport of committee was
Notices of meetings of commit
tees were given.
The President appointed, as com
mittee on the cable bill, Noble Pua,
Reps. Nawahi, Riekuid, Marques,
House adjourned at 3 :20.
A GOOD Cook for a much oa Hawaii.
Apply at this olllee. GUU tf
THREE Firat-fla'-s Hands for dress-
making. Apply at once at estab
THERE will be a meeting of persons
interested in the proposed Gun
Club, at the Hawaiian Hotel, on MON
DY EVENING, July 28th, nt 7:80
o'clock, for the puipose of oiganlza
tion. All inteiested are invited to at
tend. V. H. ALD1UOII,
013 4t Secietary pro. turn.
TIIE annual meeting of tho stock
holders of the Waioliinu Agricul
turiKv, Glazing Co will he helilat the
olllee of the Sreietnry, nt Honolulu, on
WEDNESDAY, Uio Mill Inst., at 10
o'clock a. M. C. P. 1ADKEA,
CIH 2vv Rpciotni) W. A. .v G. Co.
TOP Buggy. May
bo Feeu' at the
Club Stables. 013 St
, AtM. ,a, A SUITI. of Tlnoe Nicely
.te-j'iS xV Furnished RnnmD. Ap
RyjjjJftS ply at No. 55 Punchbowl
street, or to II. F. Hebbard. (Ml tf
UOUSF. with 7 rooms
nnd h.ith, on the cor
ner of Beietauia and Pensa-
eola streets. Cms pass the door. Ap
ply at this ofilee. C81 tf
T ELEO Stable at picsent
I'JU occupied by Hawaiian
Transfer Co., pvimUhlou
given August 1st.
WANTED nt ONCE !
or tin eo blocks from
Bt&SSffial the coiner of Fort and Hotel
streets, suitable for Jin eo gentlemen for
housekeeping. Addicts .P. O. Box
No. 297." 9Utf
TO LET or LEASE
f PIIE Reshloucu of Mrs. A.
I JL Long, In Pauoa Valley.
I Apply to
01 King St., oer J. Nott'h stoio.
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
Accountants, Colloctoit, OomniUtlva Agonta and
Custom Hooee Brokers.
Aro at all limes prepared to per.
form any deciipiion of ( lerical Woik,
such as Auditing Accnuuts, Footing up
TiHiiesinen'a Bool(8, .Malting Inventories
of Stock, Engrossing Lena) Documents,
Etc. Competent and Holiablo Freight
Clerks for the delivery ami tallying Of
CsrOAlce at IIiJ8TACi.&Boiii.nT80N8,
Queon street Post Offlco Box 18U, Mu
tualTelephone KM Bull Telephone 414.
A Cure for Influenza 1
DR. lOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CIIErtflY COR
DIAL, oncof tho best remedies
ever prepared for coughs, oMbmo. lung
nnd chest trouble, and a great relief to
whooping cough and throat affection.
Ask for Dr. Lozmr's HUwailan Chorry Cor
dial sold at
HOLLISTER & CO'S.,
And BENSON, SMITH & CO'S.
I find your "Cherry Cordial" the best
medicine we have ever used for coughs,
colds and lung trouble. All of our Na
tives, Portuguese, Chinese and Japaneso
will use no other. I uso uothing else in
my own family. Yours truly,
O. A. CIIAPIN,
Manager Kobala Sugar Co.
We have sold a large quoutlty of your
"Cherry Cordial" nt our plantation
stoic, both at Konlia and Kiipua, and
can cheerfully retoinmand It forbion
Very respectfully yours,
Or.o E. FA1KCI1ILD,
005 tt Treasurer Makie Sugar Oo.
SUPKH.tt. COUUT OF TUB
Hawaiian Inlands. At Chambers.
In tho matter of tho Bankruptcy of Henry
Cannon. Uefoie Mr. Justice Dole.
Order on petition of Bankrupt for
dlscbuigo from bis debt.
Upon reading and tiling the petition
of Uemy Cannon, of Honolulu, Oahu,
alleging that more than six mouths
have elapsed since he was adjudicated
a Bankrupt and piajiug for discharge
f 10111 all his debts.
It Is oidercd that WEDNESDAY, tho
noth da Of .luly, A. D 1600, at 10
A. m., of that day at tho Com t Room in
Alllol.ini Hale, Honolulu, be and Is
hcieby appointed the time nnd placo
for hearing of said petition when and
whero nil creditors who have proved
their claims agulnst said Bankrupt may
appear nnd Miow eauso, If any they
have, why the piayer of said Bankrupt
should not be giauled.
And it Is fuitlicr oidcied that notice
be given by advertisement lu the Daily
Bulletin published lu said Honolulu,
for two weeks of the time and placo of
fuch healing and that the Clerk of tbe
Supremo Court mail notices of the tinfe
and place of said hearing to all creditors
of said Bankiupt who have proved their
debts. JJv the Court.
J. H. EEIST,
Dated Honolulu, July 14, 1890.
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P W?,X -3 r-
. B'OU 8ALT1 BY
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
ALLIGATOK TEAKS 1
(8") DollarH' per hundred.
omcis aecompanieu wuti
A COMPLETE outfit- for making and
dUpensiugr carbonated bevei-agta
all in good older, Addicss
631 flm j-XWalohiuir, Hawaii.
that I will
pay uputa contracted in mv
name without iny written order.
W. C. ACIII.
Honolulu, July 7, 1800. C98 lm
rpilE Hawaiian Hotel Stables give
3. notice to those owing them old
accounts, that If not fettled by August
1, 1800, they will ho put In the hands
of a collector. C01 td
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
Pace iu the 'Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory,1 at 128 Port street, I am
prepared to continue the ahovo business
under the old name of Honolulu Car.
rlagc Mannfaotoiy, and being ua old
experienced carriage builder I Eollrit
the patronuRo of Iny old friends and tho
public in general, and with my thorough
knowledge of tho. lousiness and with ex
nerloiK-od workmen and using only tho
heist material I' guarantee general satis
faction. Pleaspxall and see me before
(tiigned): OJDKON WEST.
TTpn'ibiln. Opt. 9H. ihR'i, -mi if
MnB, MONROE, lodlos' nuri-t, haa
removed to No. 8, Kukui lane."
QcBimic Steamship Gogy.
From San Franoisoo.
Lenvo Duo nt
S. P. Honolulu
Mariposa July 20. . . . Aug 2
Zenlandiu Aug 23. . . . Aug 30
Alameda Sept 20.... Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zealaudia Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Dec 13 Dec 0
For San Francisco.
Zealaudia July 9k ,
Alameda Aug C,
Mariposa Sent 3. .
, ..Aug 23
.seaiandirt Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 20. . . . Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 26.... Deo 13
Zcniundm Dec 24.... Jan 10
Intermediate S. S. Ausiralia.
Leave S. F. Leave
Friday . . July 18 Friday..
Friday... Aug 5 Friday..
Friday . . Sept R Friday .
Friday. ..Oct 10 Friday.
Friday. . . Nov 7 Friday. .
Fiiday. ..Dec 5 Friday.
. Au 20
. Sept 2C
. Oct 24
. Nov 21
Aiirslisi flail Service.
5l -- .
FOK MAN FKAKClsro.
Dio now and flee Al steol etcamnhi
" Zealaudia, '
Of the Oceanic Hlcani-nlpCmnpmv, Ul
be due ut Hnnolulti from Sydney
and Aucklnnd ou or about
July 26, 1890.
And will leave for tho above port with
xraallK and paascngcrs on or about that
For freight or passage, having SL".
W1E. S. IRWIN & CO.. Astats.
For Sydney and Auckiano.
The nev and flno AZ steel ntcMEshtp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, -will
be due at Honolulu from San
Franoinco on or about
Aug. 2, I8S0.
And will have prompt difpatch with
malls and passengers for tho above ports.
For freight or passage, bavins- HU
37 WM. O. IRWIN & CO.. Agent
Gustav A. Ochuman
No, 79 & DI : Kln3 Street
At W. Wright & Sou's.
Having recelvtd a full assortment of
r.arriai-0 Trimming Mnleiluls from the
East, I am prorared to executo all orders
with neatnea-i nnd despatch at vory rea.
G. A. SCHUMAN.
Mrs. M. J. RAMOS
At A. L. Smith's, Upstalm,
Where tho Ba. tho Neatest and tho.
Photographic Pictures nnd Residence
Views arc taken. Entire satUfaetion
given, aud all orders promptly attended
CSTA respectful Invitation is sent out
to the ladles to call nnd see for thom-Belv,'F-
A NATURAL Mineral Water.
-tj. saie only iy
W. S. LUCE
Sole.Agent & Importor' for the f la
walian Islands. 023 tt
TAI WO CHAN"
Manufacturer of Ladles'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
BKIN BnEOS MADE TO OTtDEIl.
I-cuffed or Heiveil; olao, Hnitrtlcw.
8B Nuuanu .St., : : : P. O. Box 20X
GOO KIM & CO.,
No. CO Nuuanu St., Honolulu, .
And doalcrs in all kinds of
CauHluicreH nnd Furulhliluc dnodH.
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Good tit guaranteed. C17 3m
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort rireet to Bo.
hello Lane, Pair jia.
Officii Hounas 0 a. m. to 12 m. ard
p. u. to 0 1. M.
Mulusl 000-aTELEPH0NES-Eell 476
17IREW00D for solo at Hawaiian
. Commercial Baloarooms, corner of
Queeu and Nuuanu streets. 468 if