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B. P. EHLERS & CO.
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Dressed & Undressed Kid Gloves
CURTAINS I Uci SCm,' SaDBAS & ANTIQUE
In Great Vuiiety. New Goods in nil Departments.
gjg" Our Dressmaking Department under the management of MISS
CLAKK will be re-opened about, May 12lli.
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HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
li.ll GloVCBfrom IS to 2D 15HIIOI18,
Hosiery, Satlnes, Scotch Gingliams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Valises.
We Desire to Gall Your Mention To
to . SrJPHS&ba 6
For Lubricating the Valves and Cylinders of Steam Engines.
VALVOLINE is an earth oil specially piep.uod under the highest steam
heat and fiom which all volatile and earthy matter has boon impelled by n
procebH which leaves a pine and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing peifeetly clean. This
waB the first Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and has been in con
stant use over eighteen ycais.
gfiWe also manufacture Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
classeB of machinery.
Ieoonivrcl && Ellis,
HONOLULU IRON -WORKS CO., Sole Agents. ooi am
DlmoiKl Bloclr," Pfoe.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 Sheet Iron Work.
castle & cooke7 '
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
CarpenteiH1, Blacksmiths', Machinists' A numbers' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Ulenhils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
-OFFKB AT TIED IIOCK rillOKS-o
California Huy, Outs, Bran,
OH Calco Hoal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, llollcd Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
FLOUR -Alta, Golden Gate & Salinas- FLOUR
pp- TelephoneB, No. 175.
wir tiT 1-1 -iii wTM aatiatMttwoawfcMBitqBWK
95 & 07 Kinfir &trr1.
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts,
Win. G. Irwin. . I'lesldent & Manager
Ohms Npi eel.ols Vlcc-Pi (wldcnl
Walter M. Glffaid
Sum etaiy t TroMmcr
Then. (!. Pui ler .' Ainlltor
auknts or Tin:
Of Han Francisco, (,'nl.
jQrWin. O. Irwin i Co., (I.'d).havo
assumed tin1 si'.M'N and liabilities tif the
lute linn or Win. O. Irwhi A3.Cn , and
will combine the general birdue
fornieily can led on bv that house.
liore'iy given to an pprs-ms maim
a uieetlnjr ol me iiaieuoiuers n
Win. 0. Irwin A Co , (1d). held on
Hie :11st (lav of Jiilw 18110, It wasoteil
to mrcpl the dinner or Incorporallon
dul i-d July 21, 1S'0, nml giauted to
them and their associ itcsnwl ueee-.ois
Under lliiM'orpoialo inline and Mjleof
Win. G. Irwin & Co.. Limited.
And that the Corpoiation under said
l h liter was duly org.iui.fd, anil elected
the fol cm liu; named olliecis, i.:
Pi evident .fc Manas '
William G. Irwin,
Vice-President .. Clans Spiecki Is,
Seerctarv t Tieasuter
W. M (ilffanl,
Auditor T. I). Poller.
Notice is also given that, pursuant to
the term-, of said Chatter, no stock
holder Miall be individually linble for
the debts of the Coipnratlon, beyond
the aniounr which shall be due u on
the slnuo or shines ownel or held by
himself. W. M. GIlTARl).
Sceretaiy Win. G. Irwin & Co , L'd.
riioi'oiigii'cil -:- Hilling
Will stand for a -hoit time nt
Greenfield Stables, Kupiolanl Paik.
Duur. Sim:nckii is a d:uk biy, A years
old; stands lr. j hands hi;h; Kind and
r Ifl 32) I d It 13 13 :
By Duke of Norfolk,
1st dam Lou Silencer bv Norfolk
2nd dam l!alleilna...by imp Baliowiiio
3ld dam Ilcunie Karrow
by imp. Shamrock
lilt (lain hi. t iiy imp. uaisna7ar
fith dam Madam Bosley (Gamma's
Dam) by Mr Richard
fith dam Xaney Nlehol.. .liy imp. Eagle
7th dam Hut. BoMev
by Wilkes' Wonder
Sth dam by Chanticleer
'.Hit dam by hull. Sterling
10th dam by Glodiiis
11th dam by imp. Silveroyo
12th dam by imp. Jolly Koger
i:iih dam by imp. Paitner
1-ltb dam by imp. Monkey
15th dam imp. mare fiom the stud of
Hanison, of lirandoii
tST" P.cst of cam taken with animnls.
In cio of accident no lespmisiblliiy
will be assnnied.
HOX. S. M DAMOX will act for mo
under full power of attorney,
during my absence fiom the Kiiifidotit.
W. V. ALLK.Y.
Honolulu. .7 lily 31, 181)0. 111.'-' 1 m
"rVTOTIOE Is herebv
;lven that I will
Xi not 'pay debts contracted in
niiniu without my wiittcn order.
W. C. AG1II.
Iloiioliiln. July 7, 1800. 51)8 lm
THE Hawaiian Construction Co. will
not be lespotiblblo for any bills
contracted in their name without a
wiittcn older Higned either by I. P.
Peterson or J. M. Oat.
11. V. DILLINGHAM,
Manager Hawaiian Coiistinctlon Co,
Honolulu, July 11, 18!)(). CMlm
ALL persons aio foibidden to tres
pass or to allow cattle on the
Plantation and nice Mill of Kaalaea,
Koolau. All parties found on the lauds
after 8 o'clock nt night will bopioso
cuted to the full extent of the luw.
SING HOP WAI CO.
C25 2w" Per Lung Chung Wa.
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
Pago in the "Honolulu Carriage
Munu factory ," at 128 Foit Etreet, I am
prepared to continue the above business
under the old it it mo of Honolulu Car.
rlage Manufactoiy, nud being an old
experienced currluge builder I solicit
the patronage of my old friends and tlio
public in general, aud with my thorough
knowledge of the business and with ex.
pcricnccd workmen and using only the
best material I guarantee general satis
faction. Please call and see me before
(Signed) GIDEON EST.
Honolulu, Oct. 28, 1889. HOI tf
: HUNULUl-U, JU. 1., AUGUST 18, 1890.
Tunsiuv, Aug. 12.
The House resumed at 1 :)ii.
Second rotuHnjr of tliu (lipsomaniau
bill as amended by committed.
Noble I'hsi moved the hill bo in
Hep. Hicknrd moved Hint con
sideration be postponed till the in
troducer (Noble Phillip) was pre
sent. The Interpreter Noble Phillips
only presented the amended bill
from the sanitary committee.
The motion to indefinitely post
pone the bill carried.
Second reading of a bill to amend
Chap. 41, Laws of 1882, to regulate
the sale of spiiiluous liquors.
On motion of Hep. Uiee, read a
second time by title and referred to
the liquor bills committee.
ICep. Kaltui moved reconsideration
of the vote on the dipsonuinitu; bill.
Second reading of bill to nmend
the law of 1888, relating to the
segregation of leprosy, ll strikes
out "persons suspected of leprosy,"
removing the criminality of harbor
Noble Pita moved the hill pass.
Minister P.iown moved it be re
ferred to the sanitary committee.
Passed to ongiossinenl, to be tcad
a thud time Thurs.l'iy.
Second reading of lodging houses
Noble Crablic moved it be post
poned till Tuesday, as the intro
ducer, (Noble Phillips,) was absent.
Noble Muller did not believe in
postponing bills for this icason.
The least the introducer of a bill
could do was to be present when bis
bill was on the order of the day.
Second reading of a hill to trans
fer the Wand of Kahoolawo from
the District of Lahaina to that of
Uep. Kalua moved the bill pass.
Noble Widemann wanted to know
wiiat it meant.
Noble von Tempsky said half the
island now belonged to Jthaina and
half to Wailuku. Kahoolawc was
of no use to Lahaina, or Lahaina to
Kahoolawc. Jt was simply intended
to put the island all in one disliict.
He had introduced the bill at the
request of the lessee of the island.
Noble W. Y. Horner opposed the
bill. It was another attempt of La
haina's wealthy neighbor to rob that
disliict. The case was just the re
verse of that stated. It was harder
for the Kahoolawc people to get to
Wailuku than to get to Lahaina.
The wind blew the wrong way for
them to reach "Wailuku. He could
not understand what induced the
lion, member to intioduce the bill,
unless he had a visit of nightmare
the previous night. lie moved that
the bill bo indelinitcly postponed.
Uep. Kancalii considered the bill
a good one. The lessee lived at
Wailuku. All the people on busi
ness came to Wailuku. The Court
they attended was at Wailuku.
Kep. White opposed the bill.
Kup. 1. W. Wilcox said the island
was neater liana than Wailuku.
Second reading of a bill to amend
the internal taxes law. It provides
a tax of ") on every carriage horse,
the proceeds to be devoted to the
maintenance of roads in the dKtiiet
where collected ; also, provides that
tax appeals be tried betore Judges
of the Supreme Court.
Uep. Kalua moved the bill lie re
ferred to the finance committee. He
approved of the bill generally.
Hep. Rickard moved it be referred
to the judiciary committee.
Noble Widemann said both divi
sions of the bill related to the treas
ury, therefore the appropriate com
mittee would be the finance.
Referred to finance committee.
Second reading of a bill defining
highways and defining and estab
lishing certain rights and duties in
On motion of Minister Peterson,
read by title and referred to com
Second reading of a bill to estab
lish and regulate the Koliala water
works. On motion of Noble J. JM. Horner,
read by title.
Noble Burclmrdt moved the bill
pass to engrossment, lie described
the great dilllculty of those inhabi
tants who did not wotk on planta
tions in getting water. The object
of the bill was to enable the Govern
ment to secure ceitain water rights,
and collect fees for water privileges
from thoso served there!).
Rep. Rickard said the .intention
was very good but it would" not be
well to pass it at once. It involved
a largo appropriation, being for
establishing waterwoiks at Koliala,
but it required looking into. lie
moved it be referred to the commit
tee on public lands and internal im
provements. Noblo Widemann had no doubt
the object was good, but tliero were
things in the bill requiring careful
consideration. lie moved it be re
ferred to a special committee, with
the Introducer as chairman.-
Nablo llurchardtand Rep. Rickard
withdrew their motions, and the bill
was referred to a special committeo
Second reading of a bill supple
mentary to Chap. 55, Session Laws
of 1888, entitled "An Act to regu
late the sale of goods, wares, and
merchandise in this kingdom by
commercial traveling agents from
Referred, on motion of Noblo
Crnbbo, to commerce committee.
Second reading of a bill to change
the lire limits of Honolulu.
Rep. Kalua moved it bo refcrted
to the public lands committee. He
did this because the bill dictated to
n man the height of tho house he
should build. It was all right to
have a law compelling one to put up
fireproof buildings within certain
limits, but the law should not tell a
man how high he might build his
Rep. Lucas'said it might make no
difference how high tho houses were
built nt Wailuku on tho Island of
Maui, but it was important in the
city of Honolulu. Tliero was noth
ing new about that piovision, as It
was in the law passed in 188(5. This
bill had been prepared by a com
miltce after the leceipt of a petition
for the change. He moved the bill
Noble Widemann referred to a lot
he had just outside the area covered
by this bill. He did not want the
members to listen to what ho was
saying, hut, he would like the bill to
go to a committee so that his lot
might lmve the benefit of the
Rep. Bush considered the petition
on which the the bill was based a
reasonable one. It was lidiculous
to have thu fire limits eighty feet
beyond Alakea street, and it was
an injury to propcily owners.
Rep. Lucas referred to the recent
widening of Alakea street , which less
oned the lisk of fire.The pi operty own
ers there were not as a rule wealthy,
aud it was a hardship to require
them to put up brick buildings.
Thi'ie was a lot of old shanties
along the street, which the owners
could not afford to replace with bel
ter buildings, unless this bill pass
ed and allowed them to build of
Noble Crabbe was one of "the
heavy losers in the lire of 1880, and
all the fault he had with the fire
limits was that they did not include
the square bounded by King, Mnu
nakea, Smith and Hcretania streets,
in wliich case he would be better off
by SI 000 a year rent.
Noble Widemann had been fight
ing for years to secure proper lire
limits for Honolulu. Subsequent to
the great lire of 188G they managed
to get a law passed. It was unwise
to reduce those limits. IIu had
heard no sufficient argument for Hie
passage of this bill. The owner of
a lot within the limits approached
1 i i hi with a request to have a change
made, as he could not aiford to put
up a fireproof building. The speaker
felt that he had an equal right to
have his adjacent property included,
but had not the face to try for such
a thing. Peihaps he should have
got his friend fiom the fouith ward
to introduce and carry through a
bill for lii in.
Rep. Lucas That would lie all
The bill passed, to be read a third
Second reading of a bill to pro
vide for the licensing of agents soli
citing risks for life insurance.
Noble McCaitby moved it pass.
Noble Marsden, introducer of the
bill, spoke of the irresponsibility of
insurance drummers who travel
through the country. It had been
necessary in a previous session to
pass a law for the protection of mer
chants against traveling commercial
drummers. As the bill did not af
fect people living in tint country, he
supported the motion to pass it.
Noble Muller moved the bill be
indefinitely postponed. It was a
benefit to people living in Hie coun
try to have agents call on them for
risks. The bill was unconstitutional,
giving the Minister of Interior power
of refusing a license.
Noble McCarthy believed in the
bill. He related abuses that it was
intended to prevent. Agents came
here from abioad and induced peo'
pic to give up policies in rival com
panies on wliich more or less pre
miums had been paid.
Noble Marsden gave an instance
of a man in the country taken in by
the contract of one of tlico irresponsible""-
agents. The bill would
cause the general agents in Hono
lulu to appoint sub-agents in Hie
country, and then insurers would
have residents lo hold responsible.
Noble Widemann doubted if the
local ngents wanted protection.
Noble Marsden said they all ask
ed for it.
Noblo Widemann did not see the
necessity of ornamenting the sta
tute books with this bill. There
was enough of that kind of orna
Rep. Nawahi was aware that some
foreign agents had come here and
swindled foreign residents. Success
in the agent's business involved a
sweet tongue on his part and gulli
bility of the person canvassed, lie
cause some people were weak
enough to be fooled was no reason
why a law should be passed for the
protection of the gullible. One of
these agents came to him ten years
ago, and ho found the polic3' agreed
witli his promises. He had been
paying premiums for nine j-cars
and everything seemed satis
faclori'. If any had been swin
dled it must have been their own
fault. Ho supported indefinite post
ponement. Indefinitely postponed, 17 to 15.
Rep. Bush moved tho House ad
journ. The President appointed, as the
committeo on Koliala waterworks
bill, Burchardt, Kauhanc, Rickard,
Tho House adjourned at .'l:-li5.
Dr. Joseph Haas
Hog & Poultry Remedy!
The Only SclontiQc Swino Remedy.
It costs to feed Unas'. Remedy, as a
preventive and arrester of deseaso, from
50 cents to SI per hog during its life
time. CtaOf For side with Instructions for use
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
021 2w 52 Koi t .street.
"Brewer Block." Hotel St, neat Fort.
I beg to announce to the public that 1
oftor for stile
CARTS & BREAKS,
AT A liAltQAIW.
Also, a complete assortment of HrFt-
elass sliiek ol
Carl, Wapii & Canip
Selected personally of the best factories
in the Ivibteru States. C,m lm
A Cure for Influenza !
DR. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of the best remedies
ever prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, anil a great relief to
whooping cough aud tluoat affection.
Ask for Dr. Lozier's Hawaiian Cliorry Cor
dial hold at
And BKNaO.N, SMITH & CO'S.
Tet Iinoiilttlf-i :
I find your "Cherry Cordial" the best
medicine we luue ever used for coughs,
colds and lung trouble. All of our Na
tics, Voituguese, Chinese and .Tapaneso
will ue no other. I use nothing else In
my own family. Yours trulv,
Manager Koliala Sugar Uo.
Wo have sold a large quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
stoie, both at Kealia anil Kapaa, and
can t'hceifullv lecommand it for bron
Veiy lespeelfullv yours,
CO,") tf Tieasiiier Makee Sugar Co.
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
Accountants, Collectors, Commission Agents and
Custom House Brokers.
Are at nil times prepucd to pcr
foun any Uet-ciiption of t.lerical Woik,
such as AinlilitiLC Accounts, Postliig.tip
Trndesmeu's Hooks, MukiiiR Inventories
of Stock, Kngroaning Lepd Documents,
tc. Competent and Reliable Freight
Cleiks for the delivery and tallying of
BSyOulro al IlU&l'ACK&llOBKIlTBON'S,
Queen street l'osi Ollh e Hox 189, Mu-
tual Telephone 11': Hill Telephone 414.
Mrs. Eya 1. JgMsou, Artist,
Studio, No. 27 Alnkoa Btroot.
Formerly of Now York, would Inform
thu public that she is prepared to till
all orders for I'astels, Oil, Water Colors
and India Ink Portraits.
t?y Samples of work can bo seen at
Studio and Hamilton House Parlor..
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Old Capitol Buildings, Merchant St.
AGENTS for Pacific Coast Supply
Association, Alexander ifc Co. 'a
Itubber Stamps, Adjustable Mosquito
Screens, to lit any wludow; Pitt ite
Seott'H Parcels Express, Burlington
Itonte, acios.s Amciici aud to Azores;
Etc, Etc. 024 lw
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
Also, General Merchandise.
Ewa Plantation, : Honolulu, Ewa
Travelers by train or Government
mail can secure accommodations and
board. Charges liianoiiable. C02 lm
Rubber Stamp Agency !
OnDEnS for Hubber Stamps of every
desei iption taken. To be delivered
by return steamer from Sun Francisco,
Complete Illustrated catalogue at our
olllee. Prices reasonable.
j. e. nnowN & co
C2." lw Merchant slieet,
KEAWI Beans for cattle at 81.2.r(
100 pounds or 1 bag, i5 cents.
Also, Native Hay. Apply to McOiillinn
at Kupiolanl Park, at bonis of 12 noon
or 5 p. ii., or by Mutual Telephone No.
31. 022 int
Oceanic laii Ooi'y.
From San Franoisco.
Leavo Duo nt
S. P. Honolulu
Zealandia Aug 2.'(. . . . Aug 30
Alameda Hepl 20. . . .Sept 27
Mnripo?a Oct. 18 Oct 25
Zealandia Nov 15 Nov lit
Alameda Dec, III Dec 20
For San Frsnnisoo.
Leave Duo a I,
Alameda Aug (i. . ..Aug 2.'1
Mnriposn Kept l Kept 20
Zealandia Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 29 ... . Nov 15
Mariposa '. .Nov 20 Dec' 1H
Zealandia Deo 24 Jan 10
Inlormcdiaic S. S. Ausiralia.
Leave S. 1
Friday. ..Aug 15
Friday . . Hopt 12
Friday. ..Oct 10
Friday. . . Nov 7
Friday. ..Diia 5
Friday... Aug 29
Friday . . Kept 20
Fiiday.. . Oct 2T
Fridny. . . Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec, 18
Australian im Servico
vmt saw PKAwc-aMo,
Thu new mul H,. AT steel stuHntehlp
Of UicOce.tiiiisRientiis-UlpCoinp.iny, will
be duo hi Honolulu from Svih.ei
and Aue.kltiiiil ou or Ubo u
Aur, 23, 1890.
And will leave for the above port villi
mitila ami paesuugeis on or about ihui
For freight or jwibtaw', having SI j.
.ERIOll ACCOMMODATIONS, npply
Wtt G. IBW1N & CO.. Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new aud fmo Al steel Btcr.niBhtp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Hun
Francisco ou or about
Aug. 30, I 890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and paBseugors for the ubove ports.
For freight or passage, havinc BU
PEltlOn ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Agents
KSF Our New Artotype Illustrated
Catalogue sent free ou application.
118 SUTTKlt ST.,
San FranclMCO, : : California.
No. 3Q Nunann St. F. 0. Box 267,
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had 10 years experience in
the business, I am prepared lo manu
facture to order fashionable hand
sowed Ladles' fc Gentlemen's Boots &
Shoes. Also, French & American Boots
& Shoes received by every steamer.
Prices icasonable. I solicit your pat
rouage. S94 3m
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort rtreet to Ho.
belli) Lane, Pftlema.
Okkick Uouhs: 0 a. m. to 12 m. ard
v. ii. to 9 r. m.
Mutual C00-aTELEPH0NE8irEcll 476'
TAI WO CHAN,
Manufacturer of I.ndics'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SKIN BIIICOH MADF. TO OltDEII,
IVirccd or Mewed; oIho, HuuiIIoh.
88 NuuanH St., i : : P. O. Box MO-'t.
GOO BUM & CO.,
No. 00 Nuuaiiu St., Honolulu,
And dealers in all kinds of
CoMHluiereM nml I'uriilHliluc tioortH.
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Good lit guaranteed. 617 3m
A NATURAL Mlneiul Water.
lx. sale only by
W. S. LUOK,
Sole Agent & Importer for tho llu
walluu Islands. C23 tf
I7IRKW00D for sale at Hawaiian
? Commercial Salesrooms, corner of
Quoeu and Nuuuuu streets. '" 4G0 tf
HAIMISIITH k FIELD,
d3 nl J$!0$rm 5
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