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OAlIiX JUULdjlfil'lN : HONOLULU, li. 1., AUGUST G, 13M.
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FIGURED INDIA SILKS
THE LARGKST untl MOST COMPLETE STOCK OK
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS I
gj& Xn. 2 I'nlltiiis abbe. Fnshionublo Dressmaking upstairs j&'S
B. I EHLEBS & CO.
HAVi: Jt'ST IllICKtVIU) A Vi:ilY 1.A1I0K APSOIITMKNT OK'
LADIES' &, CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
jj-n,s uriiliietjf (3ooJs, Sro., Arc.,
All will lo sold ill i:c-;iMiiiiilik I'nces.
gjSS Our Dressmaking Depiittnicnl under the management uf MISS
CLAKJC will bo re-opened about May 12tli.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
Kid CS lovrc Jrom 7 to WO Jfutloith,
Hosiery, Salines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OK
Boys', Youths' k Children's Clothing, Tranks, Bags & Yalises,
" Dlmmiil JJloeW," Nos S"5 .& itf ICIiijl; Wtroi-I.
- - - I " ' r aau TJK .'n JUrf "--- - - I
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPS and RUBBER HOSE,
(House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIM, OOPiES AND
993 Sheet, Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchant
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Biilders' and General Hardware,
3 'X, AMTAT I )
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Kitchen Utensils), Paints, O'iIh, VmniHliCH, Lump (lOmla ami
C cnoi'21 1 iYHlcroJiniiMliwo.
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines,
-OFFER AT BED
Diilifornki liny, Oats, Bran,
Oil Calco Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Hulled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat aud Corn Flour.
FLOUR MT-Altn. Golden
TolophonoB, No. 175,
House, Corner Port. & Hotel stc
r"rsr rUSA 1 .!...:-
MnchiniRlb' & lMumberH' TooIk,
Galo & Salinastei FLOUR
Cor. Edinburgh & Quoon Sto.
Trisn.vY, Aug. ij.
An UUNOOS SHSSUW.
The House icMiinod at 1 :!10.
Hop. Apild read a first time hi
bill to nuiPtiil subdivision 'J or Arti
cle 5'J of tho Const itut ion. II 10
tluoes the property qunlillcntion of
voter? for Nobles fiom SUOOO to
31500, ami the inconio qualilieution
lliorefor from S?GOO to $300.
Tlio Secretary read a communica
lion from the Hawaiian Gazette
Company complaining of breach of
contrai'l on thu pari of the printing
I'onimitteo with icganl lo the legis
Iti'p. Luca9 aid this was the first
time lie, as'cliairniuu of the punting
committee, hoard of a contrai'l with
the Gazette Co. There was an offer
received from that company offciiug
to print hills at Sl.S.'i a page, with
a "P. S." stating that if any other
olllee offered to do the work for less
they would do il for the same price
llo'had given the hills up to Is'o. 1 1
to the Gazette ofllce, and then that
olllco declined lo print tlio backing
on the bills for less than a page,
and the man in charge said, in pre
sence of two witnesses, that tluiy
did not care lo take bills as they
lost money on them. Then he gave
the Klele olllee a chance on its en
gaging lo do the work at $l.So a
page, with the endorsement thrown
Hep. Kalua moved the communi
cation he referred lo a special com
Hen. Urown moved it be laid on
the table. Theru were about CD
special committees out now. (Laugh
ter.) Laid on table.
Noble McCarthy gave notice of a
bill to repeal the passport law.
okih'.u or 1 111: DAY.
Third reading of the bill relating
to foreclosures of 11101 Igagcs. On
motion of Hep. lliown, the leport of
the special committee thereon was
taken from tiic table and read.
The bill passed as amended.
Second reading of bill lo change
the scat of Justice in the Third Ju
dicial Circuit, fiom 'Waimca to North
Kohala. The majority report of the
judiciary committee, againbt the
bill, and the minority report, re
commending its passage were read.
Noble .7. M. Horner moved the
majority report be adopted.
Hep. Kabookano moved and it
was ordered thai the petition in
favor of the change be taken up.
Noble J. M. Horner said the peo
ple of the Island of Hawaii were not
properly informed of this matter.
The petition was from a small sec
tion greatly interested in having the
bill pass, but nothing had been
heard from the rest of the people.
Court had been held at Wnimca a
great many years without harm be
ing done in consequence to anybody.
The Sheriff of Hawaii had rented a
large building at Waimea and sup
plied it with all necessaries for peo
ple attending Court.' Il was more
agreeable to the people of a large
region to put up with the accommo
dations at AVaimea than to travel
through the mud to and from Ko
hala. Thcic were weeks when a
steamer could not make a landing
on the Ilamakua coasl.
Rep. 'Waipuilani moved that the
lepoitof the minority be adopted.
Waimea war centrally situated when
you consider Kohala, Ilamakua, and
Kona alone, but it was not so when
you lake the whole island. Thai
"the Supreme Court had not asked
for the cbnngc should not influence
Hop. Rickard cndoised tlio re
marks of the lion. Noble from Ila
makua. Waimca was a place con
veniently reached from Kona, Ila
makua, South Kohala, and parts of
llilo. Suitors can be informed by
telephone when their eases are to
come up, and they ran attend and
get home again without loss of time.
lie would suppoil the motion to
adopt the majority repot t.
Noble IJurchardt agreed with No
ble Horner and Hep. Rickard that it
would bo very dilllcult to get to Ko
hala with the present steamer ser
vice, liul ho suppottcd this bill be
cause he thought everything should
bo done lo enhance tlio convenience
of people attending court as jurors
or otherwise. The steamer com
panies had agreed lo touch al Ila
makua when required for mail pur
poses, and ho believed they would
be equally accommodating with re
gard to tho court terms. A great
many people had walked to courl at
AVaimea, which was moro than
should be expected, lie would vote
for tlio bill relying on the Sheriff to
make arrangements for lite steamers
lo carry people going to and from
court al Kohala.
Rep. Rosa said they could not
suit everybody and every bill per
haps trampled on somebody's feet.
"Waimea was convenient to Ilama
kua, and the cases from Ilamakua
and Waimea outnumbered those
from other districts two-fold. Kona
cases were not triable al Waimca
but at Waiohinu. As lo accommo
dation, lie had often attended couit
at Waimea but found no trouble in
Minister rclerson speaking for
the members of the bar and tho
Court could say tltoy were all satis
fled to have tho Court whero it was.
It was not to tho point that Kohala
was convenient for llilo and Kona,
each of which had their own terms.
Waimea was tlio mo9t convenient of
tiny place that woul 1 accommodate
both Kohala and Ilamakua. Steam
er facilities might be arranged as
biiggesled by Noble IJurchardt, but
a man would take the saddlo every
timo if he could go and return
thereby the same day. It w.is not
in reason that Ilamakua would be
palWicd Willi going to Kohala, or
Kohala with going lo Ilamakua. He
would suppoit tile indefinite post
ponement of the bill.
l.op. Kaliookano aid ho had not
introduced the bill for the purpose
of gaining notoiicly, but because he
considered the lime had come for
making the change. The Com t mid
bar did not feel the necessity be
cause I hey had not experienced the
inconveniences thai happened tho
common people attending lei 111.
When ho was deputy sheriff in 1SSS
he had seen people detained at Wai
mea over night, men, women, and
children, huddled together in close
quatter3 without sulllcient space
for breathing. The witnesses fared
badly for food notwithstanding tlfo
efforts of theShciiff. Costs of court
weie doable what they wtic else
where owim? to high chaiges for
food and lodging. In reply to the
Attorney-General, he reminded the
House lint criminal cases were tried
at the lirt term after the committal,
no matter whero tho crime was com
mitted. Ho woulfl have no objec
tions to having tlio term held at Ila
makua, as that would be prefeiablc
to Waimca, only that at present
there is not accommodation for the
Court at Ilamakua.
The ayes and noes were taken on
the motion to indcfinitelv postpone
Aves Ministers Drown and
Peterson; Nobles Widcmann, .7. M.
Horner, Hind, llaldwin, W. Y.
ITorner, Walbridgc, Anderson, Yon
Tcmpsky, Wilcox, Kanoa and I sen
berg; Keps. Urown, Rosa, A. Horn
er, Rickard, Kalua, Halstead, Knud
scn, Rice, aud A. S. Wilcox. 22.
Noes Minister Cummins ; Nobles
Bcrger, Mullcr, I'ua, McCarthy,
Phillips, Crabbe, IJurchardt, and
Marsdcn; Reps. Cunimings, Mar
ques, Lucas, It. W, Wilcox, Kauhi,
Kaliookano, Waipuilani, Kanealii,
and Kamai. IS.
Reps. Uakcr, I'acliaole, and White
asked to be excused. Granted, on
motion of Rep. Urown.
The bill was dcclatcd indefinitely
Second reading of bill lo change
the seat of Justice in the Second
Judicial Circuit from Laliaina lo
Wailuku. Considered with the ma
jority and minoiity reports of the
judiciary committee, recommending
respective' the passage and the re
jection of the bill.
Noble Baldwin moved the bill
pass to engrossment. The Lahaina
term accommodated that distiicl
and the islands of Molokai and La
nai, but out of 189 cases in the past
period only 27 originated in those
places. There was only oue steamer
going in to Laliaina that would ac
commodate the liana people, where
as the people of Molokai and way
ports would be accommodated by
nearly ever steamer tor Wailuku.
All the steamers that go to wind
ward, landing al either of the two
bays, would suit people attending
court at Wailuku. It had been re
cognized for years that the term
should be changed, but it was pre
vented through the personal in
fluence of the late Mr. Aholo, who
represented Lahaina in the Legisla
ture so many years. Fornieily both
terms were held at Laliaina, but on
the departure of the whaling busi
ness one term was changed to Wai-
juku. iauatna nau become a 011c
liorse town, and this change should
have been made last session.
Rep. Pacliaolc expressed the fear
that Molokai would be left out in
the cold by the removal of the term
Rep, White briefly opposed the
The ayes and noes were taken on
the motion to indefinitely postponed
the bill, with the following result:
Ayes IJcrgcr, Mullcr, I'ua, Mc
Carthy, Crabbe, J. M. Horner, W.
Y. Horner, Kanoa, C. Urown, Mar
ques, Lucas, R. W. Wilcox, Baker,
A. Horner, Rickard, Kaliookano,
Waipuilani, Paehaolo, White, Ka
mai, Knudscn 21.
Noes Cummins, Brown, Peter
son, Widcmann, Phillips, Hind,
IJurchardt, Marsdcn, Baldwin, Wal
bridgo, Anderson, von Tcmpsky,
G. N. Wilcox, Isejiborg, Cunimings,
Rosa, Kauhi, Kanealii, Kalua, Hal
stead, Rice, A. S. Wilcox 22.
The President announced tho
vote, fiom the Secretary's tally
sheet, as 7!) to 21, but, as the
counts of members all over the
llouso wore 21 to 22, the vote was
taken again with the following re
Ayes Widcmann, Bcrger, Mid
ler, Pua, McCarthy, Crabbe, J. M.
Horner, W. Y. Ilorncr, Kanoa,
Cunimings, Marques, Lucas, It. W.
Wilcox, Kauhi, Uakcr, A. Ilorncr,
Rickard, Kaliookano, Waipuilani,
Pacliaolc, White, Kamai, Knudsen
Noes Cummins, G. Brown,
Spencer, Peterson, Phillips, Hind,
IJurchardt, Marsdcn, Baldwin, Wal
bridgc, Anderson, von Tcmpsky,
G. N. Wilcox, Isenberg, 0. Brown,
Rosa, Kanealii, Kalua, Halstead,
It ice, A. S. Wilcox 21. ,
Rep. Brown desired to change his
voto from no to aye, whereupon
the President auuounccd the vote
as 21 to 20.
Rep. 1'uchaolo moved tlio voto bo
Noblo Widcmann moved tho
House adjourn. Carried.
Tho llouso adjourned at -1 ;13.
iciiiiry For Sale!
The following Mnclilncry fnnnhia
pan of tho Mnr Mill Plant will bo mild
nt public miction 11 1 nn curly date unle.-s
illtposed of picvlously by private Nile.
Taitles desirous nf puichiislng any por
tion of tills Maehiueiy can gut parti
culars and prices from tlicunuerslgncil:
Sparc Clear Wheel & Pinion
1 lSxac TCnghie, fqiaro near Wheel it
BMeOnlu Olailllers wllh Fittings, -1
1 Juleo Mentor, II ft. long 72 hi. dia
meter; !.,' In. W. 7. Cleaning Tans, r.xl?.s2.7:
t f.." Double Hffect, complete wllh
Pump A Stage ;
I 6x20 Galloway Boiler, complete;
1 flxld Tubular Holler, complete;
1 Sugar Oar U In. YV. I.,-lx(i.l-:i.l;
1 Sugar Cooler, 8x0.(1x21);
1 Sugar Cooler, U (5 fix'JO;
2 .Sn-fiir Cooler. K." (!20;
1 Tank 1, hi. W. I.. 7.fi2Uxl2;
1 Steam Tump, I dUchaign;
1 No. 0 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 niiiUo Pump, 1 V, dUelituge;
1 Lathe. 20 rliiiek i ft. long, lid;
1 Heavy Vice,
1 I'Vhbanks Platform Se.ilcs, 202S;
Mill P.iillillinr, -tOxinox'-'l; and Itoilcr
fibed, allcnv. wilh Corrugated Iron;
Fire lJilfk, also a laigo as'-oitmunt of
2nd Hand Cod;",' Valves, Piping,
For Star Mill Co.. Kohala, Hawaii.
"Brewer Block," Hitel Bt. near Tort.
T beg to announce to
CAfsTS & BREAKS,
AT A BAHQAIW.
Also, a complete assortment of llrst
elas slock o
Curt, WiEoi k Ganip
Selected personally of the liest factories
in the Eastern State". GlJfi lm
No, 30 Human St, P. 0. Ecx 267.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had 10 years expeilence in
the bushier, I am prepared lo uiauu
factmc to older faohionahlc hand
sowed Ladies' & Gentlemen's Hoots &
Shoes. AKo, Fieuch & Ainciican Boots
& Shoes received by eveiy steamer.
Pi ices reasonable. 1 solicit your pat
HEWETT & JACOBSENT,
Accountants, Collectors, Commission Agents and
Custom Honr.o Brokers.
Are at all times prepared to per
form any description of Ulcucal Woik,
such as Auditing Accounts, Polling up
Tradesmen's Books, Making Inventories
of Stock, l.iigro5.iin; Lugnl Documents,
Etc. Competent und Keliuble Freight
Cleiks for tho deli vciy aud talking of
E2SrOWeo at nnsTAOis&Itoimni son's,
Queen stieet. Post Ollleu liox 18!), Jlu
tual Telcpliouo 19; Bell Tolunkuuc 414.
Mrs. EvaM. Jolmson, Artist,
filudlo, No. S7 Alnken Street.
Foimcrlyof New Yotk, -would inform
tlio public that she is prepared to till
all orders for Pastels, Oil, Water Colors
and India Ink P01 traits.
EST" Samples of work can bo scon nt
Studio and Hamilton House Pallors.
598 3 111
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay debts contracted In my
name without iny wilttcn order.
W. 0. AOIII.
Honolulu, July 7, 1800. ct)8 lm
rnillS Is to certify Unit I have this day
X sold to N. F. Buikoss, of Hono
lulu, all my right, title aud iiitciestiu
tlio New Hawaiian Directory for 18UC
01. Any communications to, orordeis
for tho Dhectoiy will recele prompt
attention If addressed to U. W. Bur
gess, at Benson, fjmltli & Co.
By older. J. C. LANK,
Editor Hawaii-Hi Dhectoiy.
Honolulu, July 31, 1600. Ii20 3t
HAVING bought out Sir. W. II.
Page in the "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," at 128 Koit street, lam
prepared to continue thu above bubincts
under tlio old name of Honolulu Car.
riago Manufactory, and being an old
experienced carriage builder I solicit
tlio patronngo of my old friends and the
public in general, rind with my thorough
knowledgo of tho business and with ox
perienced workmen and using only the
best material I guarantee general satis
faction. I'lcaso call und see mo before
(Signed): UIDEON WEST.
Honolulu, Oct. 28, 1880. 891 tf
This olllco having added a large variety
of the latest styles of
To Its Job Printing Room
Is better prepared than ever to execute
all orders in' that line, coinpilslng:
Banking I'm mi,
Posters, Handbills, Dodgers,
Programmer, Etc., Etc.,
- ALL AT LOW HATES.
"Daily Bulletin Offico,"
lliocompldootoryof Btanky'a recent llirllliui
rwtuitmci una tlm diiclos iro of )h Important
.llicuvt'r.c will nmicir f or Oin ilrst tiiim hi tlio
work written by Mm-olf, cntitleil "In IJuLcst
Afrka. 1) i not bo ilccctvral by nny iE tlio bo
cauca "Stnuley liooks" now iKlnBiillercd nt "pen.
Mini.' ttiid'-autlicnllc " To no 0110 of tlu.ro lias
&tau1oy contributed a line.
llurel a n o q Jot'on nbout Ih'i utatomcnt Im'ng
cnrroctimneiymHiculir Wopiarauteolt, ana
ill rIvp nf-tlouUra on ajiplicition
HAIITinM ln onltr not to lo misled, sco
ImUIIUW tbat tlio lioo'c burs Uio Ira.
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
.Ami that tlio cauvaadins ascnt carries a ccrtlncato
of agency from r.i.
A. L. BANCROFT & CO.
132 POST STREET,
General Agents for the Pacific Coast.
J. W. Chamberlin,
Solo Agent for Hawaiian Kingdom.
A Cure for Intaza !
DR. lOZlER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of the best remedies
ever prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
aud chest trouble, and a great lelief to
whooping cough and throat affection.
Abk for Ur. Lczier's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at
llOLLTSTEIl & CO'S.,
And BENSON, SMITH & CO'S.
Tcisl ImoiilnlB :
I find your "Cherry Cordial" the best
medicine we have eer used for coughs,
colds and lung trouble. All of our Na
tives, Portuguese, Chinese and Japanese
will use 110 other I use nothing else In
my own family. Youis truly,
0. A. CIIAPIN,
Manager Kohala Sugar Co.
We have sold a large quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
stoic, both at Kcalia and Kapaa, aud
can eliem-f ally lccominaud it for bron
Very respcetfullv yours,
Gr.o ur KAIltCIlILD,
C,0r tf Treasurer Makco Sugar Co.
"'.t-CSr-l far: o
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HAMMERSMITH & FIELD,
86?" Our Now Aitotypo Illustrated
Catalogue scut free ou application,
IIS HUTTKJt HT.,
Hnn Fraui'iHco, : 1 Culiruriila.
Uimc gtiutim Cnip'y,
From San Franoisoo.
Leave ' Duo nt
, ,. S. F. Honolulu
Zealnmlia Aug 1!3. . . . Aug 30
Alameda. Sept 20 Sept 127
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zenlandia Nov 15 Nov i2
Alameda Dec 13 Dec 20
Fop San Francisco.
..Deo 2-1. .
. . Sept 20
. . Jan 10
Alameda. . ,
Intermediate S. S. Auslrali
Leave S. P.
Kiiday ..Sept 12
Friday. ..Oct 10
Friday. . .Nov 7
Fiiday. ..Dec 5
Fiiday... Aug 2!)
Friday . . Sept 20
Friday.. . Ocl 21
Friday... Nov 21
Friday . ..Dec 18
tMMm Ian toil,-
van SAW FRAKOIWO,
Hie now and tine Al etoel Bteamsh'p
" Alameda, "
Of tlieOccanicSleamehlpCuinpniiy, ;i
be due at Honolulu fiom Byduov
and Auckland uu or about
Aug", 23, 1 830.
And will leavo for tho above port with
mails and passengers on or about that
tmwI?'?1 or I)assaRc, having SU
EKIOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apph
WM. G. ISWDT & CO.. Afjcnte.
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new and lino Al Eteel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Aug. 30, !890.
And will have prompt dispatch wllh
mails and pafsengms for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having SU
FEKIOIi ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. LWIN & CO.. Agents
Gustav &.. Schuman
No. 79 & 81 : : King Street.
At W. Wright & Son'a.
Having received a full assortment of
Carriage Trimming Materials from tho
East, I am prepared to execute all orders
with neatness and despatch at very rca
G. A. SOHUMAN.
Mrs. M. J. RAMOS
New PMootUc Gallery
At A, L, BmiuYs, Upstalre,
"Where tho Best, the Neatest and tho
Photographic Pictuies and Resilience
Views aio taken. Entire satisfaction
given, and all oidcrspiomptly attended
JGSyA respectful invitation is sent out
to the-ladies to call and see for theni
faelvcs. C80 Ira
A NATURAL Mineral Water. For
sale only by
Ar. S. I UCF
Solo Agent & Importer for the Ha
waiian Islands. 023 tf
TAI WO CHAW,
Manufacturer of Ladies'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
BKIN Bltr.OS HADE 10 OlIDRlt.
Prcccd or Sowed; nlso, HnilUlcN.
88 Nuuanu St., :::!', O. llox i!03.
COO KBEyi Sl CO.,
No. G9 Nuuanu St., Honolulu,
And dealers In all kinds of
CaMHlinei-CH and Viiriiloliluc ooiIh.
Also, a full stock of Dry aud Fancy
Goods. Good lit guaranteed. C17!ini
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort ttrcct to Ho.
hello Lane, Fulrina.
Oi'KiCK Hoims; 9 A. r. to 12 m. art!
p. M. to 0 v, M.
Wulual G0n-ftTELCPH0NESSrEcll 47D
I FIREWOOD for salo at Hawaiian
: Commercial Salearooma, corner of
Qucon and Nuuanu etrcelg. 4I8 tf
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