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MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 1800.
OAHU RMLMM LANDM
'Jo Talio ftrt .luJy S!. I GOO.
Arrive llonoullull 10 :()."
LcAV? Ilonbulltili IOiUS
Arno Honolulu 11:G5
Stnif .ulkabnla from Kauai
Stmr Mokolll fioui Mulol.al
belir LlliullUu 11 om liailul
H a i laiiuine, V M Dodd, from Glns-
Am nli Aldeu Bpbc, Fills, from Sun
Stmr P. lo from HnuiaUim and Lnhulna
Simrl.uUu Horn Kiuitii
S S Aiaiiposa for the Colonies at 2 a in
Stuir Jas Malice for Ivupaa at 4 p m
Simr 'lokolll lor MoloUal ut ." p in
Stmr Likoilku for Maui nt 5 u in
.SiiiirJ A L'ummliia for bool u 0 am
Sclir Jlol Wiiulue for llamal'ua
.&. tiVtti. iij-rMHShuVL
Stmr Klmui for llllo nntl way ports at
Stun ailkahflla for Kauai at 5 p m
Mmr lkalialu 53."G b.igs stigar and
100 bugs i Ice.
Stmr i'elo 1382 lvig sugar.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PEfil.
H B M - Acorn, Pu laid, from a euilsu
UsPS liurles on, Hear-Admlral Geo
Ur- wn. fuiiii sun I'rauei-eo
U S bNipstc MeUtirley, horn llllo.
Am bk Ophir from Newcastle, N S W
Am -i-uistU sohr ltobui t hewers, D W 1
Peuh.i low, from .-un llnnciseo
Oer bt; Ai!iiili, o liiane, from Uietueti
m bktnu Inngaid, U Aiaiison, from
From Knual per stmr Mikahala. Aug
S3 u i Bishop, V A inirdy, Mast is
Watet house (), A Lindsay, alher
Liliuir, Mm Kauiiiiokulaiii and child. B
U Slaekvllle, A Eadlo, E O Wliif, W V
Lockwood, MifS l L, lC.iiieulil, Mi s ha
lakiml, Mrs liessol auu i children, W
i rom -an FrnncUco per Allien Besse,
Aug I K Audrow.s.'wifo and chiliiicn,
Ur i.criill .nil Mr liuxtou.
The 4-tnastcd scliiioner Itobeit Lew
cis will nail lor San naucisco uiihur
Tliui9aay or Hid.iy.
The .udeii besse. Captain Frils, ar
rived esiry today, 1 days irom san
Frauuisco. Shu uxpuritsiiuuil flnu wuatliur
all ihe way noivii. flm bit .ga ?lx pis
suugeri. aud also general ineruhaudise
consign.. d to Mcssrn lrvlii & . o
CANT-DUDOIT At St. Andrew's Ca
thedral, Uoiiidiiln, August Sd, by
the Rev. Alexander MacUIiitnsh,
lidwhi iluli . aut to Uik'liue
MAKEE AtKaiUbad, Gorman, inly
20ih, Parker Nii'tnn Makee, aed of
yea is, (i niunlhg, iC days.
nEl'OHE THE l'UI.L COURT.
Mondat, August 4.
E. Williams vs. Panllieon Stn-Tii-bnass
on the case. April
terra 18'JO. Jury waived. Defend
ant's exceptions to clei.i-.ion of
Biekerton, J., of July 2, 1800. Ar
gued aud Mibruitteil. A. P. Peter
hou for plaintiff ; F. M. Hatch for
The King vs. All Cliec alias Ah
Hang, violating Chap. 41, bee. 5,
Laws of 1880. Defendant's appeal
from a ruling of Mr. Justice Dole
at term, July 10, 1J-00, sustaining
motion of the prosecution for dis
missal of appeal from Polico Court,
for not being perfected in time.
Appeal overruled. Deputy Attorney-General
C. Cniglitou for prose
cution ; J. M. Davidhon for defend
ant. in eiUMunns um-uc judd, c. j.
Satohdat, Aug. 2.
The Kilatica buar Company vs.
Christian licitclmaun, motion of de
fendant to dissolve injunction issued
July 7, 1600. Argiiid and decision
ro erved. F. M.' Hatch for plain
tiffs; P. Neumann for defendant.
Buit is for specHlc performance.
BEFORE M'0"U.Y, J.
Saturday, Aug. 2.
Maria Gomes de Silva vs. Joa
quim Gomes do S.I"a, petition for
separation. Decision reversed July
1, 1800. Oral decision rendered
disiniising petition. Appeal noted.
A. Rosa for petitioner; W. A.
Whiting for respondent.
The Hawaiian Uann will give a
public concert at Emma Si)imio
this evening at 7:30 oVlock, icn
dering thu following piogiammo:
Ovcrluro Bt-rllu Life Conradl
Fm le Cat men lilzut
Gavotte The DiicIihsS Edson
lUmiiilscciicus of Dniilzi-tii....Godficy
PaUma, Pill Aoao, Mularaa,
Medley German Maichea
, , , , v. . . .Seldeuglanz
Patrol - Portuguese .Muyiellea
'Waltz Ju'd aut Faliibach
Polta Anugur Godtrey
A cottaoc is udvcrti.cd to let.
Mr MeOulluin, at ICapiolnni riirl',
ofiV r iilnnrobii beans for ualo at irl.i"
pur 100 lbs.
' i ! p !
Tiii:ii will be an iiiiuiiou balo of
muli'3 and horse, by Mr. Morgan to
morrow in lion. J. I. Dowcli yard.
A rui.i. iillondanco is dexircd at
tbo montlily nii'i'liiig of the Pioneer
Building and I.oau Association to
night. Hon. S. M. Damon holds power of
attorney fiom Mr. V. 1 Alien dur
ing i hu lalttr' absence from the
Thr Hawaiian Cariingo Mnnu
faotuiing Co. aio oCfuiing phaoton,
buxgii'?, olc.-at unusually low nicei.
Ku.ul the list.
Tun new dun Club will meet nt
tin1 Hawaiian llolel this evening al
7 :H0 o'clock. All interested aio in
vitul to attend.
His Majesty the King will give a
state dinner at lolani Palace to Uear
Admiial Brown on Wodni'-day evwi
ing at 7 o'clock.
A PAitCEL wan picked up on King
stieet near- Mrs. DominU', Satuiday
evening. The owner can learn of its
by applying at this
The Woman'. 11. .aid will hold a
memorial seiviouin lcmembraneo of
the lau Mrs. Damon, in Central
Union Chinch at 2:30 o'clock to
monow aft. moon.
The Marine Journal (Xew York)
of July 5 lias a tine pornail of John
D. Spreukols, head of ihu firm beir
ing liis name, aceoin pained by an ax
tended biographical sketch.
, .. .
Oxe of the patients in the Insane
Asylum is industiiuiisly putting in
hi." tune by copying the test of the
bible. Uis paper in carefully cut and
ruled and iho wilting in type form.
Ho claims that the book itself givia
thb necessaiy dirrctioiih for tho work.
Messus. W. G. Irwin fe Co. have
become an ineorpoiated company
under a chaiter accepttd from the
Hawaiian Government. 'J his has
been done for tho convenience of
their business. It does not involve
a. change in the ownership of original
members of the firm, but some of the
older employtes of the house tro
li.keu into the corporation.
THE S. S. GLAUDIHE..
The new Hawaiian steamer Clau
dim, Captain V. M. Dodd, arrived
this moruiii!, 04 days from Glasgow
via Cape Vcide, which latter port
she put into in oider to re
place the propeller, all the blades
being lost. Alter effecting repairs,
thu Lluudine resumed her voage
for Honolulu. On May '24lb the
supply of coal becoming greatly
diminished, owing to the unexpected
delay, she calkd in at Montevideo
on June 1 th aud after a slay of five
clajs, continued her voyage on 17lh
lor Honolulu, arriving here eaily
this morning. She also lost another
blade of her propeller when she was
oomim through the btrait of Magel
lan, and the i est of her voyage was
continued with three blades.
The dimensions of the Claudinc
are: Length, 184 feet; breadth,
")2 feet; depth, 17 lcrt; free hoard,
'A feel 8 inches. Tonnage 430 tons.
The engines are ot the triple expan
bion type. Diameter H. P. Cyl. 18
nches .03219 C. ; diameter I. P.
Cyl. 20 inches .1000; diameter L.
P. Cyl. 48 inches .2741. Stiokc
30. She has two' boilers of steel
single "ended" constructed to Ver
itas rules Mean diameter, 12 feet,
length, 10 feet 9 inches, 3 furnaces
She lias over a hundred elcctrio
lights by Paterson & Cooper 6f Lou
don, also an arc light to work caigo
with, showing a great illumination
all over the bhip, side lights
and mast head lights arc also
Iconic. -Her guaranteed speed is
13 knots an hour; average speed 200
knots a day on 00 revolutions per
minute and 7 tons of coal.
The Chief Engineer J. L. Duncan
and others give great praise to Copt.
W. M. Dodd lor the way in which
hu brought the ship out during the
Bevere weather they encountered.
The Cluudiuii bungs no caigo for
this port. She is consigned to
Messrs. Wilder & Co.
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.
Will you permit me through your
columns tn call attention to a ense
of cruelty which is enacted every
Sunday morning, and which the
Tramway authorities aro responsi
The 10:40 car from Pauoa Is al
ways crowded, standing loom both
Insido and out being invariably
taken up, and one mule is provided
to draw the same.
Them is no blame to he attached
to tho driver, who in order to obtain
an impetus of speed, and so prevent
the ear coming to a standstill before
reaching the summit of the hill at
Ueielania street, is compelled to
commence urging the animal on
passing the Lyceum.
One has only to travel on that
car, to feci disrespect for a com
pany who practises economy at tho
expense of 111 usago to a dumb
creature. The writer has complained
at the ofllcc of the company, but it
has been of no avail. It is to ho
hoped that thebe few lines, written
at tho buggestinn of some ladies,
will have some offect. X.
IQUAL & QENEHAL
A cottage Is wanted.
For Aa Ordo
l.roj)cr4y to lo Bolil itml
Cians Spreckols On Top.
Uoltt Ooiitrort roi'Cortlllcnto rViMoi .
San Francisco, July L'j.
You were advised by the Austra
lia's mail that J. E. Searles, jr., of
Hawaiian Sugar Commission fame,
and lalteily thu factotum and
mouthpiece of the Sugar Trust eqj
bplrators, had given out that the
Trust and thu New Yoik State Attorney-General
having kissed and
made friends, the Trust would in
corporate under the Statu laws and
do a legitimate business. Doubt
was thrown on tho truth of the ru
mor owing to Scaile'a well known
rcput'ition for sanctified lying. And
thu doubt has ban verified by subse
quent developments. The Sugar
Trust will not incorporate; it will
dissolve. The State having beaten
it at all points, llavcmoyirs, Senile
& Co. sec that the game is up and
intend to save themselves and let
the holders of Trust ceitificates
p cket their experience.
The confirmaiion by the Court of
Appeals of the injunction in the
Noith River Refinery suit, prevent
ing the Trust from removing an of
its property or as-ets out of the
juri-diclion of the Statu Courts, set
lb d the business. The Attorney
General had simply to begin a separ
ate suit against the otbei reu'neiics
controlled by the Trust to compass
the full scope of the original injunc
tion, which was limited in its appli
cation by the Court of Appeals to
the single refinery selected as a test
ease. When the Trust manipulators
realized the fact they abandoned the
idea of incorporating under their
Now Jersey or Connecticut charter,
the enactment of which was bought
and paid for out of Trust funds.
They would have had nothing to in
corporate, because they woul I have
been estopped from transferring
their property by the law officers of
the Commonwealths of iSew lorl:
and Massachusetts where their
wot king refineries are chiefly situ-
atd. Nothing therefore was left for
them to do but to concoct a plan by
which all tangible and realizable pro
perty might be captured by the con
spitators' leaving certificate-holders
"in the soup." The following ex
tract from a despatch lets the light
in upon the proposed method:
"New York, July 23. J. E.
Seai les, Jr., treasurer of the trust,
said a suit had been brought iu
Brooklyn to-day in the name of the
ti ustees, asking that they be author
ized to wind up the trust and dis
poso of the property in their hands
for the benefit Of tho certilicate
holders, who aro real owners of
" This action is taken by the trus
tees because it is the only thing that
they can no,' he said. "I hey do
nut propose in their official capacity
to accept any responsibility in tho
matter of re-organization. Thoy,
therefore, appointed a committee
with power to co-operate with the
other stockholders for the purpose
of havim: as promptly as possible a
new organization formed to protect
Singulaily enough the Associated
Press despatch deseiihed this suit
to dissolve the Trust and distribute
its assets as anattempt'Howards the
re-organization of the Sugar Trust
iu compliance witli the laws of tho
Slate (of New York), as laid down
by the Court of Appeals," and tho
San Francisco newspapers head the
item with display liucs to a similar
effect. The steps taken, however,
"are not towards the re-organization
of the Trust but to securo a decree
of dissolution. For all practical
purposes, therefore, the Sugar
Trust is as dead as Julius Ctcsar.
What shape it will lake after Its
resurrection it is not necessary to
discuss. It will not be a trust, how
ever, anil holders of Trust certifi
cates will have no part In the glories
of the first resurrection. Theso are
reserved for the elect the Searles,
and Havemeycrs, Oxenards, Elders,
Meyers, Shieiks, and their associ
ates forming the Trust ring.
What will the certificate holders
get, however? This is a pertinent
question and interests most of the
planters and planters' agents on the
island j. Mr. Searlc, jr., gives a
pointer. The Trustees ask, through
the intervention of Mr. Searles,
that they bo authorized to wind up
the Trust and dispose of the proper
ty iu their hands for the benefit of
tho certiQca',0 holders. Of what
does this pioperty consist, Tho
American Sugar Refinery, although
paid for by Sugar Trust certillcates,
is claimed to hu the private proper
ty of Havemeycrs and Elder aud
therefoie is not an asset of the
Trust. Throo if not four other re
Qncrios ot the Trust have been
similarly withdrawn, aud it is doubt
ful If three millions out of tho origi
nal lifteen million dollars, capita
lized at fifty millions, will bo avail
able for distribution. Anything
above that sum may bd regarded as
found money. Uenco outside hold
ers of Sugar Trust certificates will
not ho greatly onriohed by the
I Brooklyn order of distribution when
il Is made.
Tho further explanation of Mr.
Sc.irle, jr., Indicates thnt the in
bidcrs will take care of themselves.
The Trustees, in thoir olllcial capa
city, "do not propose to accept any
of the responsibility iu tho matter
of reorganization'." This is to be
left to a committee of stockholders,
appointed by tho Trustees, and it i3
safe (o wagor that the Tiuslccs
themselves, or their bniinc'.s asso
ciates, constitute said commilteo tho
names of which have not been given
out. Meantime a winding up order
and distribution of assets is to bo
secured by .seniles from the Brook
lyn Court, and thus remove all le
gal obstacles to the consummation
nt tho contemplated operation.
Past experience ot tho swindling
methods of the Sugar Trust loaves
little room for speculation as to
what that operation is likely to be.
Having pqueezed the speculating
public dry in Wall street, cinched
the American people iu thu price of
sugar, turned thousauds of men
with families into the streets to
starve dui ing an inclement winter,
paid themselves enormous salaries
for managing the business of closed
refineries, having also divided heavy
dividends on $85,000,000 fictitious
capital or "watered slock," and
transferred the best rcfiueries to in
dividual members of the Trust by a
hocus-pocus process of sale and de
livery, it is only rational to suppose
that, constituting the only possible
buyers, they should bo able to
"scoop in" the balance of the Trust
properly at nominal prices under
the order of forced sale which Mr.
J. E. Searle, jr , Treasurer of the
Trust, has applied for.
This i3 not pleasant, news to many
island peoplo doubtless, but they
must have been prepared for it for
some time past. And if they suffer
they have cut the rod for their own
backs. When the Sugar Ti list un
dertook to "down Spreekels" they
locked hands with the Trust in that
famous wrestling bout of brains,
skill and capital. But Spreekels
bus "downed tho Trust," aud the
Hawaiian planters are precisely
where they started minus the Cali
fornia Sugar Refinery, however, for
which they received the now prac
tically valueless fcugar Trust certi
ficates in paj'inent, aud which Have
meycrs and Elder have sworn be
longs to them and not to the Trust,
an allegation uuder oalh, by thu
way, which Judge Wallace would
not believe, but which will assured
ly prevent the California Refinery
being sold and distributed as part
of the Trust property.
And the outsiders have no remedy
or redress. The Suj-ar Trust was
not incorporated. It kept no re
cords or books, and therefore cau
uot bo compelled to disclose its
business. The end has come sooner
than was expected. But the disso
lution of the Sugar Trust was inevi
table from tho start of its fight to
ruin Clans Spreekels aud the moral
sense of the American peoplo. If
Hawaiian planters conlinuo to
swing by the tail of the Sugar Trust,
now that n chance of escape from
their unforlunato position is pre
sented by the legal steps taken to
wind up its business, they deserve
the worst, that can happen to them.
But the instinct of self-preservation
should cause them to break away
from ouch uncertain and unscrupu
San Francisco, July 26.
Tho following despatch has been
published to-day. It modifies to
some extent the foregoing comment,
that i3, the members of the self
constituted committee of the new
organization aro named, but the
scope of its operations aro not de
fined, and the circular must bo in
terpreted by Mr. Searlc's suit to
wind up the business of tho Trust
and distribute its property as ex
pliincd by himself. The object of
the committee ostensibly is to re
organize for the purpose of protect
ing tho property of the Trust which,
however, is first to be distributed.
To whom? If tho object of tho
manipulators of this deal is simply
to exchange Sugar Trust certificates
for stock in the new incorporation
share for bharc, the winding-up suit
was unnecessary, because the
Courts decided that the Trust itself
bad no legal standing, and the trus
tees in their defence pleaded that it
was not an incorporation, kept nei
iher hooks nor records, held no
meetings, and was governed by a
simple agreement among its mem
bers. That being tho caso, it docs
not need a decree of court to enable
the business to bo wound up, and If
the re-organization proceedings are
dictated by an honest intent all that
is necessary is to call In the Trust
certificates and issue corporation
stock instead. But it will be found,
when the operation has been com
pleted, that tho property will liavo
shrunk so considerably that tho
issue of corporate stock for certifi
cates will not bo any thing approach
ing an even exchange of shares.
Tho past management of the Sugar
Trust justifies this uillclsm. But
whatever may lie the outcomo tho
fact remains that the great Ameri
can Sugar Trust has been blotted
out. Tho despatch is as under:
New York, July 25. Tho trus
tees of the Sugar Trust this morn
ing made u public circular sent out
to certificate holders in connection
with the proposed re-organization of
the company. Thu ciicular states
that, inasmuch as the second deci
sion of tho Court of Appculs In tho
tho caso of tho people against tho
North Rivor Sugar Refining Com
i pany makes it neccBsary that tho
trubtccs terminate their trust, and
that tho binlue33 be re-organiztd in
nccot dance with the limits laid down
by the Court of Appeals, the Trust
proposes that Ihivcmoyer, F. O.
Malthiesen and Wicchcrs, J. H.
Thomas, John 12. Sparloop and J.
A. Stui sburg, together with such
bankois as they may .select, be ap
pointed a committee by tho certifi
cate holders, with full power to re
present tlium pending proceedings,
and to form a new organization for
tho purpose of protecting the pro
perty and ptoinoting tho interests of
the certificate holders.
The circular continues: 'All cer
tilicate holders who favor thu pro
position and desire to co-operate in
this plan of re-organization may
send their certificates, with a trans
fer, to tho Central Trust Company
of Now York, with a power of at
torney duly executed. The Central
Trust Company will issue, in lieu of
the certillcates of llio sugar refinery
company deposited, their certill
cates, which will bo negotiable with
Iho same facility as the present cer
tificates of sugar refinery companies.
It is desirable that action by certifi
cate holders shall bo taken as
promptly as possible.
The circular is signed by Theo
dore A. Havumeyer, Henry O.
Havenieycr, F. O. Malthiesen, John
11. Thomas, John 12. Searles, Jr.,
Julius A. Stursburg, John Jurgen
sen, John E. Parsons, William Dirk,
William T. Ilavomcyer and Charles
Monday, Aug. 4.
The House opened nt 10 o'clock,
Noble J. S. Walker, President in
the chair. Minutes were read by
Secretary Clia3. Wilcox and Inter
preter W. L. Wilcox.
Noble Vridemann presented u pe
tition from Hana, that Catholic
teachers be employed for Catholic
schools, and paid by the Govern
ment, such schools to be under
supervision of the Bishop. Educa
Rep. R. W. Wilcox presented a
petition lor an appropriation for the
Kalihi valley road. Public lands
Rep. Nawahi prcseutcd petitions
as follows : From Hilo that pay of
school teachers be increased. Edu
cation committee. That the olllce
ol Goveanor be restored. Laid on
table to be considered with bill.
rrom Puna, that the office of tax
assessor and collector be abolished.
Judiciary committee. From a boy
and a blind man, respectively, to
refund taxes. Minister of Finance.
From a persou claiming to have
earned a reward of 8150 for arrest
ing a criminal. Attorney-General.
For S2000 to rebuild a landing at
Kaunaloa. Public land3 committee.
Rep. Paehaole presented a peti
tion from people at Kaunakakai that
the Government sell them the lauds
they arc living on. Minister of the
Rep. Kanealii presented a peti
tion from Wailuku, that an English
school bo established at Waiehu.
Rep. Halstead presented a peti
tion from Makawao, forSSOOto build
a cookhouse and repair the court
house and jail. Laid on table to be
considered with Appropriation Bill.
Also, a petition for SC00 for open
ing an old road at Pulakcluhi. Pub
lic lands committee.
Rep. Cummings presented a peti
tion from an individual at Honolulu
claiming 8300 for attending certain
gales six years. Minister of In
terior. Noblo Pun, presented a petition
that tho President of the Board of
Health be removed because he re
fuses to give certificates of health
to scholars iitteiiding St. Louis Col
lege. Judiciary committee,
Rep. Kama! presented a petition
from ten men claiming SI each for
work on roads. Minister of Interior.
Rep. ICahookano presented a pe
tition for 83500 for a bridge iu Ko
hala. Laid on table to be consider
ed with Appropriation Bill. Also,
a petition with 120 signatures, that
the place of holding court be
changed from Waimeii to Kohala.
Laid on table to be considered witli
Noble Walbridge presented a pe
tition from Waihuo with 71 signa
tures that the couit term be changed
from Ltthalua to Wailuku. Laid on
table to he considered with the bill.
Rep. Rosa presented a petition
from Waialua for an appropriation
for a bridge over the Wniinca river.
Public lauds committee. Also, a
petition from Peter Leo, that the
Government purchase ' his road
from Pallida to the Volcano. Spe
Rep. A. Horner presented peti
tions from North Ililo. That tho
homestead law he amended. Laid
on table to bo considered with the
bill. That 8300 be appropriated
for the mail carriers botween Ilono-
kaa an.) Kukaiau. Special commit
tee on postal matters. That chil
dren of pour parents be allowed to
attend Kamchameha and other
bchools free of charge, and that
parents having more than four chil
dren bo exempt from ttixos. Judi
REPORTS OK COMJITTKES.
Rep. Lucas for the priutlng com
mittee reported our bills printed.
Rep. Cummlugs presented reports
of tho committee on public lands,
Special Cash. Sale !
ONE "CORONADO" LADY'S PHAETON-, leather trimmed,
with lamps $ 175 OO
ONE "CORONADO" BUGGY, full leather 125 00
ONE GENTLEMAN'S ROAD WAGON 125 OO
PARRY CARTS, (each) 25 OO
etc., on several petitions. Some of
those are for appropriations already
in the bill, or else under considera
tion by the Minister of Interior.
Laid on table. The committee re
commended that the bill amending
the homestead law be passed. Re
port received and bill to take Us
Rep. Paehaole presented the re
port of the special committee on a
resolution of Rep. Nawahi for tho
removal of Rcr. Rosa from the ju
diciary committee for the purposes
of its investigation of the opium
scandal. They find that ths charge
that Rep. Rosa had hindered the
committee is not sustained by the
evidence, but believing that the
judiciary committee Bhould not have
Rep. Rosa on it for the opium in
vestigation, because ho was on the
special committee that alread re
ported, they recommend that the
House consider this point in com
mittee of the whole.
Rep. Apiki moved the report be
Kep. urown considered the com
mittee had simply thrown its duty
back on the House.
Noble McCarthy defended the
report on the ground that the com
mittee did not want to take the res
ponsibility of recommending Rep.
Rosa's removal although they con
sidered that desirable to give the
committee a full chance.
Rep. Kalua moved tho report bo
accepted and laid on the tabic.
Rep. Rickard defended tho re
port as a member of the committee
Rep. Kahookano urged that the
committee having found the charges
against Rep. Rosa unfounded should
have recommended that the resolu
tion of Rep. Nawahi bo rejected.
Rep. Nawahi considered that the
committeo had shirked their duty
like the special opium committeo.
Their report should bo laid on the
tabic. lie thought that Rep. Rosa's
place should be filled during this
investigation with another member,
as ho had evidence ho did not wish
to present whilo Rep. Rosa was on
Rep. Pacliaolo defended the re
port as the best the committee
Rep. Brown contended that tho
grounds of the resolution having
been found baseless, tho committee
should havo recommended that it
he laid on the table. He moved
that the report bo laid on the tablo
and the committee discharged.
Noblo McCarthy reminded the
lion, member that one ground of
the resolution was that Rep. Rosa
should be removed because he had
taken part in the previous investi
gation. Tills reason was supported
by tho committee, but they could
not recommend the removal of Rep.
Rep. Bush considered that the
committee could have recommended
the substitution of another member
on the judiciary committee without
any reflection on Rep. Rosa.
Noblo Baldwin did not agree with
tho idea that a member ought not
to sit on two committees to consider
a single subject. To recognize
such a principle would be establish
ing a bad precedent, as sometimes
it might bo very dcsirablo to have
a member serve again in the samo
matter on a different committee.
Rep. White apoko in favor of re
moving Rep. Rosa from the judi
Rep, Rosa would not have spoken
if it were not that tho previous
speaker had said if ho was a gentle
man he would have resigned. In
reply ho would say that if tho dis
satisfied members, ot tho committee
wauled him to resign thej should
have asked him like gentlemen. He
would havo resigned if it were not
for tho charge of tho lion, member
for Hilo that he had blocked the
committee, Tho Houbo should stamp
on this bringing into tho Ilouso of
street rumors reflecting on lion,
gentlemen in tho Ilouso and respon
sible gentlemen outside. The re
!o. 70 Queen Street.
marks oh himself and the whole
special committee made in the
House were insulting. Did they
consider that the lion. Messrs. Bald
win, Midler, Brown, and Marques
were men to be influenced by briber?
Theso things were intetided for ttie
mob behind and not for the House.
Recess from 12 to 1 :30.
The Chess Tournament will open
on Thursday night with members of
Class A opposed as follows :
Goldenberg vs. Langc.
Ger vs. Eldrcdgc.
White vs. Alexander.
Wright vs. Walker.
On Friday evening Class B will
occupy the rooms:
Hubash vs. Giles.
Logan vs. Hutchinson.
Brash vs. Marsden.
Mahoney vs. Thrum.
Bcals vs. Sims.
Tho committee varies the schedule
as announced to allow 4 games pet
week for each player. This week
two games are scheduled. Of course
the schedule is not compulsory as to
tho number of games, as on appli
cation the committee will rc-schcdulc
games to please contestants. From
7 p. m. to 10 p. m. reserved for
Tournament games on Tourney
" ' .
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay debts contracted iu my
name without my written order.
W. C. ACHI.
Honolulu, July 7, 1800. G98 lm
Tn Hawaiian Hotel Stables give
notice to those owing them old
accounts, that it not Bottled by August
1, 181)0, they will be put In the bands
of a collector. eoi Id
THE Hawaiian Construction Co. -a 111
not be responsible for any bills
contracted In their name without a
wiltten order signed cither by D. P.
Peterson or J. M. Oat.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
Manager Hawaiian Construction Co.
Honolulu, July 11, 18il0. 003 lm
ALL bills outstanding over one vcar
and not paid by August lCtli,wlll
bo publicly advertised for sale.
Ciias. J. F1SHF.L,
The Leading Millinery House, corner
Fort & Hotel streets. 020 Iw
HAVING sold tho Steamer "Watma
nalo" I wish all bills against said
vessel, to ilato, to be presented to mo
for payment. All accounts against the
Schooners "Allka," "Hcela," "Rob
Roy" and Steamer "Viva," to date,
will please also bo presented for pay
ment. All claims hereafter on the latter
four vessels must bo aecomnaulud by my
written order or they will not bo paid.
J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, July 31, IS'.iQ. C10 3t
THIS is to certify that I have thin day
sold to N. F. Burgess, of Hono
lulu, all my right, tltlo and Interest In
tho New Hawaiian Directory for 18UC
01. Any communications to, or orders
for tho Directory will receive prompt
attention If addressed to O. W. llur
gcsH, at Benson, Smith & Co.
By order. J. O. LANE,
Editor Hawaiian Directory.
Honolulu, July 31, ISao. Q-jQ .it
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
Piil'u In the "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," at 128 Fort street, 1 am
prepared to continuu tho above business
under tho old name of Honolulu Car.
riugo Manufactory, and being an old
experienced carriage builder I solicit
tho patronage of my old friends and the
public ingcncral, and with my thorough
knowledge of tho business and with ex
nerlonccd workmen and using only the
bcBt material 1 guarantee general satli
factiou. Ploaso call and sco me before
(Blgncd): GIDEON WE8T,
Honolulu, Oct. 2fl, 1B89. 801 If