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FIGURED INDIA SILKS
THE I,AlUii:sr nnd MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS I
y?T" Xo. 2 Pattern1' nliko. Fashionable Diessiiinking upsliiiis JJ&Z
B. T. EHL1ES & CO.
mast. JtST Kr.n:ivi:n a vkhy
'.... L K?,x.. F,
sneiufits s& raisuv wsv
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
All will bo bold at
lS Oin Dicssnmking Department under
CLARK will ho lo-opcnod about May Pith.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
1CN1 Iovo from O to o llullimM,
Hosiery, Salines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Yalises,
' Dlnximl lilo-lr," IfoN. OS Jta 97 2iug; Slt.i"-I.
Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPS and RUBBER HOSE,
House epsng: Goods,
993 Sheet Ivor)
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
JMjA.l'r.A.riOJV M1H.MM..I lot-,
OnriiPiileth', Bl.ickHiuitliu', M.U'liiiiiHtu & I'IiiiiiIjoih' TimiIk,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitclifiii Ulniiiilij, Puints, 011b, Vninishos, Lump fiood nml
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugal's,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayno S Sons Family Medicines.
mm 'yimt Km mJvimmyMiirrmi
-OFFEU AT BED
D ilU'oruia J lay, Outs, lSrun,
OH Culco Moal, IiJnsoetl Menl,
IJiuioy, liollcd Biuiey,
Bllddliiig: Ground Hmioy,
Wheat and Corn Flour?
IfLOUlt ttSf-AIla, (loldon Outo & Sulinitb-isa FLOUK
IclopuonoB, No. 175,
House, Cumer Foil & Hold it..
i.Aiini: assouimknt or
KtMbOtmble Pi ices.
the management nf MISS
Cor. Edinburgh & Quoon 81 a.
The following Machinery foimliu;
part of tho Star Mill Phnt will be sold
at public miction nt mi curly dnlo unless
llpned of jnovhiiMy by pilvnto side.
Parties iloslioiH of purchasing any por
tion of ihU Machinery can get 'put tl
eiilm's mill pi Ices fiotii tlu tnitlor-sljincil :
1 26x48 111 & Gear;
ill v, inmunnr
jam a aomiit"
Spine Gear Wheel &, l'iittou;
1 lo'M) Engine,
Sp.uo Gear Wheel &
fi JKOnlu Ol'iilllcH wlib Killings, !
t Juice llentor, 11 tt. long 12 in. dia
meter; 2 '. In. W. I. Cleaning Pans, 0x12x2.7;
I C.7 Double I'.ffcct, complete with
Pump & binge;
1 6x20 Galloway Bailor, complete;
1 nxlli Tubiibir Holler, complete;
I Sugar Car u in. V. I., -IMS. I. I ;
1 Sugar Cooler, 8m.(!x20;
1 Sugar Cooler, (! ti3 (ix'0;
2 Sugar Cotiler. I5 (20;
I Tank i In. W. 1..7.(is'20xl2;
1 Steam l'unip, I discharge;
t No, 0 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 RIAc Pump, 1)i dUelmige;
1 Lathe. 20 chuck 12 It. long, bed ;
1 Heavy Vice,
1 Kill banks Tint form Scales, 2CK2S;
Mill llullilliiu', -lOxinOMM ; mid Holler
Shed, nlleov. with Couugatcd Iron;
Fiio Hilek, nlo a lingo a"oitnient of
2nd Hiiiul Cocl., Valves, Piping.
For Star Mill Co.. Kobala, Hnw.iii.
"llrower Block," Iktel Bt near foil.
Hie public that 1
CARTS & BREAKS,
AT A UAUUA1N.
Also, a complete assortment of tlrst-
I'lllSS slock of
Carl, Wapi k Garriao
Selected pcrsonallv of the best factoiies
in the Kustcrii htiite. f.OG lin
SMITH & FIELD,
Sc?0iir Xew Aitotyjio Illustrated
U.iudogiic sent fiee on application.
J IS hlJTVKIt ST.,
Nun rinnciMco, : : Caliiornln.
Ko. 30 Unnanu Bt, P, 0. Ecx 2G7,
Boot and Shoe Store.
JI:iiiiX liad 10 yems expoiicucc in
tho bu-jhie", 1 am piepared to liiuiiu
facturo to older faslilonahlo liain'.
(ewed Ladies' iV; fJontlenieii's Boots it
Slioes. Al-o, Fieneh A Amciicaii Boots
Shoes icceived by evciy htcmiier.
1'iices lcaEonaide. l'. solicit your pnt-
minge. r!i lihii
Accnyutantu, Collectors, Ooiumksloii Agents anil
Custom Houte Urckas.
Arn at all limes prepaid! to per.
foim any description of Clerical Wmk,
sucli ns Auditing Accounts, I'oMlngnp
TradcHmcn's I'ooks, Miikint; Inventories
of Block, Engrossing Lognl Documents,
Etc. Competent mid liclinbla Freight
Clerks for tliedelivciy and tnlljing of
GJrOlllcc ut Hustach & Koiiuutson's,
Queen Etreet l'ost Ollloo lto 18'J, Alu.
tuiil Tolepliono Hi; Bell Telephono 414.
Mrs.BvaM. Jolmsou, Artist,
Studio, No, 27 Alnkoa Btroot.
Foimcrlyof Js'ow York, would infoim
the iiibllu that Bho is piopared to till
nil oiders for Pastels, Oil, Water Colors
and Jiulhi Ink Poi traits.
Sir Samples of woik can bo seen at
Studio and Hamilton I rniiao Pallor.
A. &. SILVA,
C6 & 67 Hotel Btroct,
Furniture, Mattings Carpet Laid
Tine Upholiteriiig und UcddliiR a epe
clallj. jnoo 10. Cm
eK ffft a fi 0 Bli'? S B
Tvi H ' n n M u ll N n& ri n
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HONOLULU, H, 1
The House rc-.isscmlilcd nt
Sci'cond reading of bill toincie.isu
the duty upon coifeo from foreign
countries imported into this king
dom. Kef erred to commciec committee.
Second lending of bill to provide
for the appointment of two dlsliiet
justices in the District of IIuiiii, Isl
and of Maui, and to further provide
Hint liana he divided and made two
separate judicial dlstticts.
Referred, on motion of Minister
Peterson, to tlio judiciary com
mittee. Second reading of bill to amend
Sec. L'O of nn Act entitled "An Act
to repeal Chap. 10 of the Civil Code
and to rojnilnte the Bureau of Pub
lic Jnsti notion," approved on the
lOlli day of January, A. D. 1805.
It reduces the compulsory school
age to If! years
Rep. Rickard explained Hint the
bill was devised chiefly for tho bene
fit of Portuguese, who had large
families and needed tho labor of
their older children. lie moved the
bill be referred to the committee
Minister Drown considered thnl
the bill vn9 so simple Hint its fnte
ought to be decided at once to save
time. In order to bring it lieforo
the House he moved it pass to en
grossment. Rep. Marques assented to the
good intention of the bill, but it in
volved injury ns well as good. It
might deprive youth of privileges of
education to which they were enti
tled. He would move to amend the
bill so as to decide the release of
the child from school at 13 only
after its passing an examination for
a certain standard.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox did not think
they were there to legislate for any
particular class. There was less
necassity for children working here
than in most other countries, lie
moved the bill be indefinitely post
poned. Noble Isenberg moved an amend
ment to make the limit 1 1 years.
Rep. Kahookauo thought the law
fixing the maximum age for compul
sory education at 15 years was well
enough and ought to be left alone.
If the bill passed natives might take
advantage of it, wilh the result that
children would grow up without ade
quate schooling. Some would pass
the age without being able to read
ar.d write, consequently would be
deprived of the privilege of voting,
and we would hate the evils of an
ignorant population. He supported
the rejection of the bill.
Rep. Rickard disclaimed any per
sonal interest in the bill. He hnd
observed personally the need for a
change. It was very hard for Por
tuguese with their large families of
eight or ten children to get along.
There was much woik in this coun
try which could be done well by
children. After hearing all that had
been said, he was yet in favor of tho
Noble J. M. Horner was in favor
of tho bill. An evil in this countiy
was that children were not brought
up to woik. The greatest man that
ever sat in the United fitates presi
dential chair, Abraham Lincoln, had
only had about six months' school
ing. Children in that country were
set to work at a very early age, and
six j'ears at school was a long pe
riod. Noble Cornwell would support the
motion of the lion. meiLber for the
fifth district. This bill might bo for
the benefit of Portuguese children,
but it would work great injury to
Hawaiian children. The result of
lowering the school age would be
that a great many Hawaiian children
would be running idle about the
Noble Pun did not agree witli the
last speaker and thought the bill
should be rcf cried to a committee.
Rep. Kauhi regarded tlte present
law, making children attend school
from six to fifteen, about as good as
it could bo made. If parents desir
ed to train their children to work,
there were seveial hours before and
after school when they could give
them something to do.
Rep. Marques said the discussion
only confirmed the opinion lie had
already expressed, and tho bill
should leavo tho age ns at present,
with the provision that children
could bo released at 10 if they pass
ed a satibfaetory examination. The
bill should bo referred to a commit
tee, and if it was not ho would vote
for indefinite postponement.
Noble Durchardt thought the bill
could bo made acceptable witli a
piovision that children should be
released from school at Hie ngc pro
posed if they passed au examina
tion, lie had seen children do very
good work at enno planting undeV
their fathers and also in coffee culti
vation. The bill could be so amend
ed as to make it a very workable
measure, and therefore ho would
support refeicnce to a committee.
Rep. Knudscn spoke from an ex
perience of 2d years in tho old times
as school inspector. Ho knew tho
school children in many districts
personally, and his observation led
hi in to believe that to keep children
nt school to tho ago of la, in this
country, was too much of a good
thing. Children wore marriageable
here at tho ago of 14, and it looked
etrango to compel them to attend
school after that ago. They had
greater advantage In this country
JULY 80, 181J0.
than in others of which he also hnd
knowledge, where a great many
youth could only attend school in
winter. He had found that Hawai
ian children were more forward in
knowledge, when they had oppor
tunities, than' thoso of other nation
alities. Ho loved children with all
his heart and did not think this bill
would do them harm.
Rep. Drown advocated the pass
age of the bill. As tho lion, mem
ber for Wnlmea (Ivntidscn) had re
mat ked, it looked funny to sec n
girl allowed to marry at 14, while
she would bo liable to arrest for
another year if she did not go to
school. This bill did not prevent
childicn over 1!! fioni going to
school, it left that entirely in tho
haiuU of the parents. He could not
sec any hardship in lowering the
ago of compulsory attendance.
Rep. Nawnhi opposed the bill.
Things arc different hcic from what
they aio in other countries. There
is not the saino necessity hero for
biinging children up to work as in
the country from which the lion,
member for llamakua (Rickard)
ennic, witli its long winters. No
petitions hud been received asking
for this change. Lincoln was study
ing while he was at woik, nndit
was nonsense to say that Hawaiian
children could do with two or three
years' schooling. The advocates of
the bill saw a lot of cheap labor in
boys, and if they got this law you
would soon see the plantations
operated by boj's.
Kep Paehaolc said this law sought
to bo amended had been woiking
well for twenty years and there was
no demand from the people for a
change. The bill should go to a
Rep. Kanealii opposed the bill.
The motion to indefinitely post
pone the bill earned 20 to 17.
President Walker appointed, as
the special committee on tho civil
service bill, Rep. Drown, Noble
Marsdcn, Kep. Wnipuilani, Minister
Spencer, Rep. Marques. He said
he had no other business on the
The House adjourned at 3:10.
A GOOD Cook for a lancb on Hawaii.
Apply nt this olllce. COD tf
ALLIGATOR PEARS !
17IVE ($:) Dollais per hundred.
JL Send nrderx necoinnanied with
FOlt SALE CHEAP
A COMPLETE outfit for making and
dispensing carbonated beveingis
all In good older
igrAA rVO buy a Piece of Laud,
rtlSffE wltu or wbbout huild
SslssSsB ings or bnpiovcments, from 1
to 5 acres la area, ithln a linlf, to mile
and n quarter off tho Pot Olllce. Ad-dic-s
"X Y Z," mi.i.ETJN Office.
HOUSE with 7 rooiiH
nnd bath, on tho cor
ner of Jleretauia and Pensa-
cola streets. Gars puss the door. Ap
ply at this ofllce. 581 tf
ELL'O Stables at pieeent
occupied by Hawaiian
Transfer Co., pel mission
gh'eii August 1st. Apply to
tlfiS tf J. h. WALKER.
WANTED nt ONCE !
.., iii. -i,i.
'A!fi& tlin fill nor nf Vnrt. ;mi1 ITntiO
stieeu, hiiltnhlc for three gentlemun for
housekeeping. Addioss -'P. O. iJox
No. 2i7." Kit) tf
TO LET or LEASE
, a ffHE Residence of Mrs. A.
m&w i- Long, In l'auoa Valley.
H&a Apply to
HI ICiiig St., ovcr.f. Nott's stoie.
beiehy given Ihat at a
of tho dlreotois of the
Honolulu Dairy Co., (L'd), held this
day, Mr. Martin Odea was duly elected
manager of said Company, and no bills
against the Company unless contracted
by him or on his wiittcn order will bo
paid. J. A. MAGOON,
Honolulu, July 18,1800. (117 '.It
rPHE undersigned, having resigned
.L the management of the Western
& Hawaiian Investment Co,, 'Limited,
011 account of 111 health, (he Directors
of tho Compnnv in Dundee havo ap
pointed Mr. W. W. Hall us Manager in
Honolulu, ns of Juno!)!), 1MH).
M. II. ATHEItTON.
Honolulu, July SO, lS'Jf), 015 lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho regular mimiitl meeting of
the Pacific Hmdwaio Co., (L'd),
the following ofllceis were elected for
I). F. Dillingham President,
i''. li. Winter .Treasurer,
W. F. Allen Auditor,
Sand Nott. ...,.,,,.,,, f ,,, .
Jns.L.Torheit. !....!. doctors.
Jab. G. SPENOER,
Honolulu, July 24, 18W. 014 lw
This ollko linvlng ndded a Inrge vni icty
of the latest styles of
Elegant Type I
To lis Job Printing Room
Is belter prepared limb ever to executo
all ordeis In that Hue, compiling:
Calling Cm d?,
Posters, Handbills, Dodgers
Programmes, Etc, Etc,
ALL AT LOW RATES.
A Cure for Influenza !
DR. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of the best remedies
ever prepared for coughs, asthma, Inug
nnd chest trouble, and a great relief to
whooping cough nnd throat affection.
Ask for Dr. Loziur's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at
IIOLLISTLR .t CO'S.,
And HKXaON, SMITH & CO'.S.
I find your "Cherry Cordlnl" the best
medicine we liao eer uted for coughs,
colds nnd lung trouble. All of our Na
tives, I'oitiiguese, Chinese and Japanese
will use 110 other. I use nothing else In
niv own family. Yours truly,
C. A. CHAPIN,
Manager Kohnla Sug-ir Co.
We have sold n largo qunntity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
store, both nt ICealia and Kapaa, and
can cheerfully recommaml It for bron
Very respectfully yours,
Geo El FAIKCIULn,
00,r tf Treasurer Makie Sugar Co.
-1 S S ftT
H T: rt
a -a C-2
c.1 ui co s 't;
FOR BALE BY-
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
DR. DAY'S ofllce will bo cbwed from
July 22ml to August -t, 1800.
ATOT1CE is hereby given
that I will
XI not pay debts contracted
name without my wiltteu order.
W. C. AOHL
Honolulu, July 7, 1S00. K)3 lin
THE Hawaiian Hotel Stables glvo
notice to thOHu owing them old
accounts, that If not eettled bv August
1, 18110, they will lie put in tho hands
of a collector. 001 td
HAVING bought out Mr. W. 11.
Ptil'o iu the "Honolulu Cnrringo
Manufactory," at 128 Foit Btrcet, 1 am
prepared to continue the above IiusIiicfs
under the old nuiao of Honolulu Car,
riage Munufactoiy, and being an old
experienced carriage builder I solicit
the palronago ot my old friends and the
nubile in general, and with my thorough
knowledge of tho business nnd with ex.
pericmed workmen and using only the
best material I guarantee general satis,
taction. Please call and bco me before
(Bigncu;: UWJKON witST.
Hot, BS. IHil'l,
MRB. MONROE, Indies' nurro, hue
removed to No. 8, Kukul lane.
Onlc steamslilD Cohip'y.
From San Francisco.
Leave Hue a(
. 8. l' Honolulu
Mnupos.i July 20. . . . Aug 2
Zealnndla Atig 23. . . . Aug 30
Alameda Sept 20. . . .Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zcnlandia Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Dec 13 Dec 20
For San Franoisoo.
Leave Duo al
Alameda Aug 0.. ..Aug 23
Mariposa Sept 3 .... Sept 20
Zealandia Oct 1 Out 18
Alameda.. . . Oct 20.. . Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 2(5 . . . Dec 13
Zcnlandia Dec 21 Inn 10
Intormcdiato S. S. Australia.
Friday . .
Friday . .
. Aug 1
. Sopl 20
. . Oct 2t
. Nov 21
FOIt SAN X-'KAXOiStHJ,
The new and fine Al steel cter.mBli'p
Of the Oceanic StcauT-hIpCi.mpH.nv, wl.'l
bo due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or ukoat
Aujr, 23, 1890.
And will leave for tho abovo port with
mnlls and passengers on or iitfout that
For freight or puesnec. lmvintr STI.
IRTTTN & CO.. Agents.
For Sydney and Auclclano.
and fine Al steel Btcftmahip
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Aug. 2, 1830.
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for the above ports
For freight or pass-age, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM, G. IRWUJ & CO.'. Agents
Gnstav A. Schuman
70 & 81 : : King Slroot.
At W. Wright & Son's.
Having received a full assortment of
rarrinije Trimming Materials from the
East, I am prepnrca to execute all ordora
with neatness and despatch nt very rcn.
G. A. SOHUMAN.
Mrs. M. J. RAMOS
At A. L, BmlUYs, Upstairs,
Where tho Best, the Neatest and the
Photographic Pictures and Residence
Views aie taken. Entire satisfaction
given, and all orders promptly attended
JSSyA respectful invitation is sontout
to tho ladies to call and see for them
selves, ego lm
A NATURAL Mineral Wntor.
XA. sale only by
AV. S. LUOE,
Solo Agent & Importer for the Ha
waiian Islniidtj. CSS ff
TAI WO OHAN,
Manufacturer of Ladies'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
BKIN BIIF.OS MAIJE TO OIlUEIt.
l'eunod or Wowed; also, Badrtleft.
39 Nuuanu St., : : ; P, O. Box 201.
GOO KIM & CO.,
No. CO Niiunnu St., Honolulu,
And dealers in all kinds of
C'nNNlmereM and fc'nrnUlilnir UopdH.
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fnney
Goods. Good tit guaranteed. 517 3m
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort rtrcet to Ho.
bello Lone, Palfjia.
Opkice Hotms; 0 a. 11. to 12 m. ard
r. 11. to 9 i, M.
Mutual 60B-3aTELEPHONESjt6yEoll 475
KUKBWOOn for enlo at Hnwailftn
J. Commeiolal Salesrooms, corner of
Queen nnd Nuuanu ilreetg. 468 tf
ibMfo '' ftsfee &usa- v JmuimJ!&&iJL. 'ik?&y&k.
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