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FIGURED INDIA SILKS i
THE LARGEST and MOST COM I'1ETK STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS !
Chas. J. FISHSL'3,
Leading Millinery Ifouso, Corner Fori X Hotel ids.
" No. 2 Prttteiii" ulihf. Vu-biv miHt Dre?niu).iifc upsLoiu-1 jb
oriiLiEs & co.
Inert Fer Si !
T!io following Mnchliirrv tormina
port of ihu' Mm M.11 Plant will hu nId
at public miction nt 'ill oaily dale ttnle-s
dUpiwd nf pievlim-ly )y "iil:iU' sale.
Pintles desirous of puiclui'iigaiiy por
tion of tliN Miuhhiriy call gi-r. patti
cal'trs niul pilui"- from the 'tu-Wlt' nuU :
1 20148 Mill k Gearing
Spite Coal Wheel .V I'lliloli;
1 l.'silO Fiigiuc, tmio Ocur Wheel &,
MA VI. .U'fc'T ItmilVKU A i:uY LAGUK .XOIUWIK.N'T (IF
tapse & Fancy
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S
etitVj J6 tii'tiiwjiESii-
Ah will lr sold at Reasonable Piicee.
gjSST Our DtesMnaking Department under the management ot MISS
OLAiUv will ho r-op'nod about May 12tli.
G3oot5, &:., 5c?..
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods.
JtCltl Cllovcn from 5 to HO Atuttimp,
RoLiery, Salines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolon Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youllis' & Children's Clothing, Ms, Bags & Valises.
r. McOnie Chillier wiih ntting, -J
1 Juice Heater, II it. lotipr 12 In. tllu-
2 4 In. W. I. Cleaning Pau, Cxl2.2.7:
1 0x7 Double LffncE, complete with
Pump t Stiuio;
1 Gx20 flallowdy Millar, complete;
1 GslG Tubular Hollar, eonip'ele;
1 .Sugar Car U in. W 1., .KU.l.vU. ;
1 Sugar Cooler. 8xr.Gs20:
1 Sugar Cooler, fi 0c5 lixiO;
2 .Supar Cooler, Ino 0x20 ;
1 Tank ft In. V. I., 7.Cx20sl'J;
1 Steam Pump. 1 dUehuige;
t No, 5 BMKfi FEED PUMP,
2 Bhko rumps, !! ilt?chn?ge;
1 Lathe. 20 chuck 12 It. long, bed;
1 Heavy Vice.
1 F.dilmnki Platform SimIcj, 20x2S;
31111 Huildlmr, 10x1 00x21; ami Holler
Shed, all oo. with Coimgated Iron;
Fire Uriel:, also a Unjie ii'.soi tmniit of
2nd Hand Uoe!.-, Valves Piping,
For Star Mill Co.. Kohaht, Hawaii,
"Srewor Block," IUtel St. neai Tort.
I beg to announce to
of tor for
the public that I
rrr3i3iUJ3aU! aajRia,: ,?3A'ks,.s?' f wst '
vsaKnP!wassaiwiaii;iiHi'Sl-;Bi li'Kssf.ta'aft iJi. '
i, Iron am
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER H(
House Keeping Goods,
FLUMBIH0, Tin, OOPl'EE
S3 Sheet. Irnn
rj n ?" f O
AT A DAHOAJir.
Al.-o, a complete assortment of flrst
chisa nock of
Huir ITn-r.n P, P-ntininrrn
uaii, fiflii a uuiiiup
.Selected personally of thu beit faotoiles
in ihu r.aptern Mates. COi; I in
HAIIERfflTH k FIELD,
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tSyOnr Xow Allotype Illustrated
Catalogue fient free on application.
IIS SUTTER BT,
Ran i'rnnclMro, : x t'JilIloriiSn.
PLANTATION & INSUJtArUK AUJKJJTS,
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BoildBrs' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
" ' Cu-pcnlcw', BluckmnitliH', MacliIniBtfe' & Tlmnbere' Tods,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitciien Utenbilf, 1'ainth, Oilii, VHrijiBlies, Lamp (loud mid
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibus, k Remington Sewing Machines,
v Dr. Jajno & Sons Family Medicines.
P. 0. Ecx 2G7.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Ka, 30 Jluiianu Bt. P. 0. Ecx 2G7.
Having Jind 10 years experience In
the business, I am prepan d to inauu
fauturo to older tusliiounblu lmiu'
powed Ladies' & Gentlemen's Boots &
Shoes. Aleo, Fiencli to Auierican Hoots
& .ShocH received by eveiy steiuner.
Trices reasonable. I solicit your pat
tonaffl. C9t 3m
HBWETT & JAC0BSEN,
Accottutiuto, Colltctcre, Oumaitsica Agettta wd
Ocbtom HosiiO Er-jktrs.
Are at nil times prepnrcil tn per
form any description of ( lurienl WoiJc,
r.uch ns Anditing Areoiint", Postlnp up
Tradesmen's Hooks, MfthinK Inventories
of block, Kn;i088ing Le(ial Dociiineuip,
Etc, Compcient and Hellnblo Krciglit
Clerks for the dellveiy and tallying of
tarOfliCO at riDBTACK it HonF.llTWIK'e,
Queen street Posi Djllco !!ox 181) Mu.
tual Telephone 1: H-ll TelephoniHl-l
mmmsm 'i mimwiri ww
USiOH FEED CO.,
OFFER AT BED HOCK I'RIOES
thilil'ornia liny, Outs, liran,
Oil Cstko Meal, Linsocul Meal,
'' Barloy, Kolletl Bttrlcy,
ivridcllliif: Ground Jlnrloy,
Whoat and Corn in our.
IfJLOUlt 9SrAlto OolUun (luto & Sa)Jw'lis&i KLOVIl
7olephonoa, No, 175.
Cor, Edinburgh & Queen SIb,
Mrs. Bira M. Joimsoa, Artist,
Studio, No. 27 Alakea Street.
Formerly of Now York, would inform
tho pubilu thnt si to is prepared to 1111
nil oidcre for Pastels, Oil, Wntor Colors
and I n (J hi Ink Portraits,
C2ST Snmples of work can bo seen at
Studio and Hamilton Houso Parlors.
A. G-. SILVA,
5b it &7 Hotol Street,
IMI'OinXK OK .
Furniture, Matting & Carpet Laid
Fine UpUolaterluK nnd Uedtljnjr n epo
clalty. juuo J0-0m
Saii'iiray, July 20.
Tho T.pgislntivo Assembly wnj
colled to order nl 10 o'clock.
Hup, Kickaul presented n resolit
tititi that Ihu committee on ruloa pru
pal e from the IJules of tho House,
suoh rule3 as will be npplicablu lo
Ihe transaction oT business in com
mittee of the whole.
!oblo Miirstlcn moved liie reso
lution lie adopted.
Koble .Mullcr opposed the resolu
tion as unnecessary, nnd moved it
be laid on the table.
P.ep. Ulckard cited the dillleulty
of yesterdny about reconsideration
in support of ihe tcsolution.
Rep. Brown did not see any neces
sity for adopting special rules for
confmitluu of llie whole. There was
ample clinuco for reconsideration of
a matter passed in committee, when
the House dealt w.itb the repoit.
The object of the committee of the
whole was to give freedom of discus
sion. Rep. Pnebnole agreed-with the
hon. member from the lint district.
P.ep. Nawahi advised the with
drawal of tho resolution.
Noble Mnofurhini! hoped the hon.
member would withdraw his resolu
tion, for reason given by Rep.
Biown, that if the committee was to
have rules they might as well stay
out of committee.
Noble J. M. Horner had become
converted since yesterday, and now
thought the committee should not
bo restricted by rules.
Rep. Rickard said the reason why
be had introduced the resolution
was the general expression of mem
bers yesterday that something of the
kind was necessary to facilitate bu
siness, but as a majority this morn
ing seemed to regard the matter dif
ferently be begged lo withdraw the
Rep. Kalua gave notice of a bill
to repeal the law requiring milkmen
to take out licenses lor the sale of
The sumo member presented a
resolution to refund 85 tasesto Jose
dc Rego. Refcncd to iliuistor of
Rep. Apiki rend, a first time by
title his bill to pro.vide a police jus
tice for Kail, Hawaii.
Noble von Tempsky raised a ques
tion of privilege. The committee
to visit the leper settlement win au
thorized to negotiate with the Wil
der Steamship Co., for a steamer,
and had been very kindly treated
by that company in being tendered
a free steamer. The committee had
now arranged with the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co. for a steamer.
Was this right?
Rep. Kuliia held there was no'
necessity for the raising of this
question. The committee had been
authorized to get a steamer where
ver they could. He had objected
to paying the visit on Sunday and
to laking Monday from the House.
The committee considered it best to
go on a Friday evening, as the
House only sat two hours on Satur
The President held there was
nothing before the House. The com
mittee was to be governed by its
Rep. Waipuilani gave notice of
bills to amend tho homestead and
Rep. Kamai read a first time by
title his bill to provide a police jus
tice for liana.
Minister Spencer presented nn
sweis to Rep. White's questions :
1. Chinese and Japanese natural
ized since April 00, IS&O, 42. 2, .'S
and 4. They were nattualized. upon
receipt of applications in proper
form, in compliance with Sees. -PiS
and 429 Civil Code as amended in
1887. 5. Tho Minister does not
believe they have the right to vote,
according lo the Constitution. G.
The Japanese Government had not
asked this Government imperiously
that nil Japane-c in the kingdom be
allowed the franchise.
Rep. Kauhi gave notice of a bill
to raise the Disttict Court of Ewa
to a Police Court. He suid lie want
ed to bo in tho fashion.
Rep. Marques gave notice of a
bill lo amend the homestead law.
Tho same member presented a
resolution flint the Minister ol tho
Interior give instructions to tho
Postmaster General to make public
in every post ofTlce in thu kingdom
that tho legal rato for registerinc
letters is 10 cents, with the option
of taking a return icccipt for tin
additional ,ri cents. lie would not
say that the answer of llie Postmus-ter-General
on this subject to the
House was nn unqualified falsehood,
but it was certainly an uudignilied
quibbling. Ho described an inter
view with thoPostmnster-Generul in
which that oltlolal called him a
damned fool, and said ho didn't
care a damn for international law,
ho would run his olllce his own way.
Minister Spencer I most respect
fully request that the resolution be
referred to mq that 1 may investi
gate the matter.
OltDIIU OF THE DAY.
On motion of Noble Marsden, tho
House proceeded to the older of the
Second reading of bill to abolish
tho claims of konohikis, etc.
Rep. R. W. AVilcox moved it bo
deferred, as tho introducer (Rop,
llusli) was observing his Sabbath,
Second reading of bill lo nineud.
said thnt was
not in thu bill,
and from any
the law rchting to District Justices.
Referred, on motion of Minister
Brown, lo judiciary committee.
Second reading of bill to legulntc
the interment of the dead.
lfi'p. Kahookano thought no
doubt the intention of the bill was
guod, but it involved heavy ex
penses, lie moved It be referred
to tin; sanitary committee. Carried.
Second reading of bill to amend
srclion 102 Civil Code, ulnting lo
the rales of faro for boats In Hono
Rep. Lucas moved the bill pass
on its merits. There wag no need
for nny talk about it. The l.iw was
made when 12A cent pieces were In
circulation. The least the boys
should get was 2.1 cents going out
to a vessel in tho stream ami 25
very good but it was
It said .00 cents to
ship, but what if
Rep. Rickard supported the prin
cinlo of the bill, but as it needed
amendment be moved it
to the judiciary committee.
Rep. Lucas saw no necessity for
sending it to a committee ; the cor
rections could be made by the
Noble Widemann would help lo
puss the bill but not in the haste
desired by the introducer.
Referred to judiciary committee.
Second reading of bill relating to
the members of the Cabinet. The
bill enacts that "all executive acts
of the Cabinet shall be lawful when
ever a majority of the members of
the Cabinet perforin tiie same, and,,
in the performance of all their du
ties, the action and the advice of n
majority of the members of the
Cabinet shall prevail.-'
Noble Parker did not think the
bill required explanation, as its ob
ject was clear on the face of it. He
moved it pass to engrossment.
Rep. lirown pointed out that
some laws of last session required
unanimous consent of the Cabinet
for certain actions. Was it intended
lo do aviay with all those provisions?
There was no clause in this bill re
pealing laws in conflict therewith.
Noble Parker said all remem
bered the terrible ordcnl thiough
which the' passed lately, wheu one
member of the Cabinet blocked the
courso of government. His object
in introducing the measure was. to
prevent the rceutreneo ot any such
Noble Widemann, in reply to
Rep. Brown, said no law could be
repealed by implication.
Noble Burchardt. said there was a
great difference betrteen our Cabi
net with only four members and
that of England which contained
eighteen members. Here when the
Cabinet was three to one, it was
only a bare majority. This bill
left us just where we were, for when
the Cabinet id divided two to two
thete i9 nothing to be done except
to call the Legislature. It was de
siiable that one member should
have power to call the Legislature,
if he believed the country waa at
hid buck in opposing his colleagues.
He thought no Minister would ap
peal to the Legislature frivolously.
It micht be veiy desirable some
times that one man should have the
power to block the Government. He
thought the object of this bill was
to take the control of the Catiinet
away from the Legislature. While
ho would be nvurt,e to moving its
indefinite postponement, the least
he could do was lo move it lie re
ferred to the judiciary committee.
Minister Brown said the bill was
A Caro forMmmra 1
DR. lOZIGfl'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR.
DIAL, one ot the best remedies
over prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, .mid a great relief to
whooping cough and throat affection.
Ask for U. Uz.or'o HfiWilUii Cheiry Cor
dUI sold at
And BIJXftON, SMITH & LO'S.
I find your "Cherry Cordial" the best
medicine we hnvu ever used for coughs,
eoldi) and lung trouble All of our Na
tives, Portuguese,,! binesennd Japanese
will use no other Iuso nothing else In
my own family. Yours truly.
O. A. OllAPIN,
Manager Kohala Sugar Co.
Wu have sold a large quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
stoic both nt Kealla ntul Kupaii, and
can cheerfully lecojiinnuid It for bron
Very respectfully yours,
Oi:o E. FAMOUILI),
C05 tt Treasurer .Maki-o Sueur Co.
Ocoaiic stmsiip Geifr.
lll'filKHSM COUIIT itV TB1K
lliiu'Mikm NI11111K4. At riminli.Mv.
be referred In tho matter of tho Bankruptcy of Henry
uaiinuii. ueiore air jiiHtii-e uoie.
Order on pi tit Ion of Uaukiupt for
discharge from his debt.
Upon-leading and tiling thn petition
of Homy Cannon, of Honolulu, Otihu,
alleging that, moio thau siz mouths
have elapsi d olnce he was adjudicated
a Uaukiupt and praying for discharge
from all his debts.
It U oulered that WEDNESDAY, the
flPth duj of .luly, A. D 18i)0, at 10
A. M., of that day at the Com t Room in
Alllolaul Hale, Honolulu, bo and Is
licieby appointed thu time and place
(or hu':iriug of said petition when and
where all creditors who huvo proved
their ehiliiH aga!ut said Uaukiupt mny
appear and Miow oauo, If any they
tmve, why ihe prayer of said Bankrupt
should not be granted.
And it Is luither uidered that notice
be given by udveiiisement in the Daily
Bulletin published in suid Honolulu,
tor two weeks of the time and place ot
meh hearing and that the Cleikofthe
Supreme Couit mall notices of the tlmV
and place of said hearing to ull ci editors
of said Uaukiupt who have provt d their
debts. By Ihu Com t.
r" . Deputy Ocrk.
Dated Honolulu. July U, 1890. ,,
From San Francisco.
Leavo Duo at
S. F. Honolulu
Mariposa. ...... July 20. ... Aug 2
ZeuLmdiii Aug 23. . . , Aug SO
Alameda Sept 0. . . .Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zenlandia Nov 15 Nov 22
Akmcda Dec 13 Dec 20
For San Francisco.
Zealand in July '.),
, . .Sept
. ..Aug 23
, ..Sept 20
. . Oct 18
. . . Nov 1C
. .. Jan 10
IntermediaSe S. S. Australia.
Friday . .
Friday . .
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evidently for a special purpose, to
prevent what ho hoped would never
occur again. But it went too far in
prescribing majority rule of Minis
ters "in the pciforinanccs of all
their duties." Some duties, such
as signing licenses, were performed
lawfully I)' a single Minister.
Noblo Parker withdrew ins mo
tion, and the bill way referred to
the judiciary committee.
The House adjourned at
Mokday, July 23.
The House was opened at 10
o'clock with prayer by tho chap
lain. On motion of Noblo Crahbc, the
House adjourned for the day.
A GOOD Cook for a i aueh on Hawaii,
Apply at this olllce. COUtf
THREE First-chiM Homln fordrcBS
uitikiug. Apply at oneeatcetub
G05tf Mits. MELLI3.
HAWAIIAN and English Song Book,
arranged by Jack Ailau, of thu
Quintette Club. Copies Jor Fide, 23
cents each, nt tho Hawaiian NowsCo.'s,
T. G. Tlirum'B and J. J. William's.
111 H 3t
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho regular annual meeting of
tho P.icltlc llardwaro Co, (l.'d).
the following oUleers wero elected for
B. F. Dillingham President,
Jus. G. Spencer i &
F. L. Winter , Treasurer,
W.F. Allen Auditor,
Jas. L. Torbert Directors.
Jas, O. SPENCER,
Honolulu, July 21, 1890- 014 lv?
Australian anil Service.
fss sax fssax:sk:.
The now and fine At eleel steainslit
Of the Oceanic S'eaiti-JilpCuTnp.tnv. w III
be due at Honolulu frmn .-'vihi'ey
and Auckland on r bo it
Juiy 26, 1890.
And will leave for the above port with
mulls and passengers ou or about that
r.rTSwO;?' or PRsaB-. having LUJ.
rSIUOlt ACCUMAluDATlOKS, api.ly
WE G. nLWIN & CO., Agent.
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JZ i-t l C.2 C "4
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For Sydney and Auckland.
The ncv snd Quo At ateel Pter.njahtp
-FOR SALE BY-
Of the Oceanic 8team-iiip Company, will
be due ot Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Aug. 2, 1890.
And will have prompt dp patch wltb
malls and rseugers ft theuli.-ve port3-
For lrei;lH or parage, having SU
PBRiun ACCOMODATIONS, at,i,lj
n WIS. G. IR?IN & CO.. Aftents
No. 79 & 01 : : King Slreot.
At W. Wright & Son's.
Having rrrcivd a full assortment of
"arriaire Trimming Maluilihi from ihe
Cast, I inn pre r-ii toexi-emenll orders
wbli ni'Htnitsi and despatch at vcrv rea.
G. A. 8C3UMAN.
Mrs. M. J. RAMOS
J. I. WMERHOOSL
GO l 2w
ALLIGrATOIt PEAKS !
J7IVK (SfO Dollars
I Sond orders
FOIl SALE CHEAP
A COMPLETE oittjlt for making and
dispensing carbonated bevuiug-s
all In good order
NOTICE Is hereby given that I will
not pay debts contracted In my
name without jny wilttcn order.
W. O. ACM.
nouolulu, July 7, 1800. CUS'lin
TIIE Hawaiian Hotel Stahlea glvo
notlcu to those owing them old
accounts, that If not fettl.ed by August
1. 18110, tln-y will be put III
of u collector.
HAVING bought out Mi. W. II.
l'aiivln tho - Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory." at 128 Port street, 1 uui
prepared to couilnuo the above buHinutt.
under iho old nurse of Honolulu Car.
ri'ige Muniifact'oiy, and being an old
experienced carriage builder I folielt
tho pAtroungo of iny old friends and the
public in general, arjil with my thorough
knowledge of llie business and with ex.
pericix cd workmen and uning only the
best material I guarantee general sails,
faction. Please call and mi nw bofoie
(HlKued): GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu. fWl. Vi, la. fl ,
MR8. MONRO B. ladles' nurHi. has
' rumoved to No. 8, EuknJ lane.
At A, L. SmltVc, Upstair:,
Where tho Soil, ths Neatest and the
Photographic Pictures nnd Residence
Views uio taken. Entire satl-fnction
given, aud all orders promptly attended
JB6TA respectful invitation is sent out
to the ladles to call and see for theui
A NATURAL Mineral Water.
XX sale only by
W. S. LUCE,
Solo Agent fc Importer for thu Ha
waiian Islands. . OL'ii tf
Manufacturer of Lndie'
and Gentlemen s
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SKIN 811 EOS MDE TO OKDI'II.
recced or Hewed; bInu, KnililleM.
OS Nuuanu Si., .- : : p. O. Hi x aos.
coo Km & oo.,
No. 09 Nuuanu fit., Honolulu,
And dealers In all kinds of
CauHlmeri-H and t'liriiUlilns Unou.
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Goodb. Good tit guaranteed. Oirsm.
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
lias removed from Fort rlnct to Re.
lllo Lft'ie, Pair ,ia.
Ornci Ilouiis: 0 a m lo 12 m. ard
V M. tO 9 V M.
Muiual 608"aTELEPIIONESEayEell 476
IIREWOOD for tala nt JTawalian
? Commercial BaU trtom, corner of
Qunen and Nuuanu sircvtg, , 4(3 tf
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