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Wi.usi.snAY, Aug. 1".
The House icsumed at 1 :flO.
Noble Wiileniann, lesuming the
debate on reconsideration of Hie
vcst'ls' liability bill, said his objec
tion to the present law was that wc
put a piemitiin on smuggling anil
then punished the owners of vessels
for the offense. Ho would save thu
Minister of Finance from the dis
cretion mentioned. The Minister
had exercised the disci ct ion in
different instances but got no credit
Minister Brown would like to re
ply to some new arguments intro
duced that day. It had been stated
in public print that an opium ring
dominated the country nnd that the
Ministiy was implicated in it. Yet
notwithstanding a committee had
been searching for evidence since
the session opened nothing had been
discoveied. The lion. Noble had
said that the opium prohibition de
moralised the country. That was
true and this bill was the evidence
of how far the demoralization had
gone. No good leasons had been
given since ycstciday to change the
decision of the Houc and there was
little use in fuither discussion.
Rep. Kaulii moved the previous
(juestion, and Rep. White that the
n,os and noes be called on indefi
nite postponement, both motions
I'lienjcsand noes weie called
with the following result:
At OS-Ministers Cummins, Hi own,
and l'etoison ; Nobles l'na, .1. M.
and W. Y. Homer, Audeison, and
Von Tempsky ; Heps. Cummiiigs,
Kaulii, Nawahi, Baker, A. Ilomei,
Kahookano, Waipnilani, l'aehaole,
White, Knnealii, Kalua, llalstead,
Kainai, Ivntidscn, and Rice. 2!1.
Noes Nobles Widemaiin, Bei
ger, Muller, McCaithy, Phillips,
Hind, Rtireliardt, Cor'nwcll, Wal
bridge, G. N. Wilcox, and Iscubcrg ;
Heps. Rosa, Rickard, Apiki, and
A. S. Wilcow 15.
Noble Baldwin, on being called,
asked to be excused, as he believed
there was an injustice in the picsent
law, but he did not wUh to record
his vote in any way to assist the
introduction of opium in the land.
With sonic alterations he would vote
for this bill, but not in its present
Noble Marsden, on being called a
second time, asked to be excused
for the same reason as that given by
Rep. R. W. Wilcov also voted
doubtful on the second call.
All three were excused.
The foregoing ote was announced
and the bill dcclaied indelinitcly
Hep. R. W. dcox moved lecon
sideiation of the vote indefinitely
postponing the bill to transfer the
Island of Kalioolawe to the District
ot Wailuku. Cairied.
Rep. Kalua movvd the bill pass.
The public and piivate relations of
the island were closer to Wailuku
than to Lahaina.
Rep. Nawahi moved the bill be
indefinitely postponed. The island
now belongs to Lahaina and no
good lcason had been given for the
change. There had been no trials
arising on the island to be taken to
either Wailuku or Latiaina. They
ought not to make laws without any
reason being gi en. The people of
Kalioolawe had not asked for this
bill. Coming from Kalioolawe to
Wailuku was like going up hill,
while to Lahaina there was a leading
wind both ways.
Noble von Tempsky saw no rea
son for arguing over this paltry bill.
lie would not reply to Rep. Nawahi,
who knew nothing about the mat
ter. He moved the previous ques
tion which canied.
The bill passed to engrossment, to
be read a third time to-mono w.
OKDI'.K ok Tin: DAI.
The House went into committee
of the whole, Noble Maisden in the
chair, for consideration of thu Ap
Bureau of Education, continued.
Industrial and Refoimatoiy
School, SI 2,000.
Noble Crabbe moved it bo stricken
Rep. R. W. Wilcox said that for
a long time there had only been
four boys in the school. About
election time the number had been
brought up by a supremo effoit to
something nearer the complement.
It would be better for the Govern
ment to pay for the boys at the Ka
inehnincha School, where nt least
thoy would be taught to play ball
Noble Crabbe gave as the reason
for his motion that when connected
with the police foice some years ago
ho observed that a gtoat ninny rob
beries wore traced to this school.
Noble Iscnbeig moved the item
pass as in the bill. If the number
of boys were few it might be a mat
ter for congratulation. As to tlio
robberies referred to, perhaps they
were owing to the man then in charge.
It was not likely that boys liable to
commitment to this school would be
admitted to Kamehamehu School.
Theie would be more boys in tho
school if tho judges throughout tho
group would remember that theie
was such an institution.
Noble Widcmann said the school
was established twenty-five years,
but it had been largely a failure. It
was well conducted when Mr. Ilill,
owner of the Buj.urm, was in
s HOUiULU, H, 1 AUGU8T 1-1, 1890.
charge of it, but nfterwaid. it fell
Into disgrace. He did not think,
however, that it could be abolished
now, as there was no other piovision
lor boys committed by the courts.
Ho agreed with the lion. Noble fiom
Kauai that this class of boys could
not get into Knmchamoha fcchool.
Ho moved the item be referred to
tho committee on the public schools
The motion to lefer to committee
Stationoiy and incidentals, S12,
Expenses of normal instruction,
Hep. Kalua wanted iiifniiunlinu.
Minister Brown said the. object
was to train students of the htzhcr
grades for teachers. Sonic good
teachers havo thus been tinned out.
It was the intention now to muko a
selection of candidates to bo sent to
a normal school at San Jose, Cnl.
Rep. Kalua being satisfied with
tho explanation moved the item
Minister Brown mocd to incit
an item inodveitently left out Pro
fessor of chemistiy, O.ilm College,
S2400. Thispiofessor made analyses
in jiost inoi tern examinations, also ot
the water supply, for the Govern
ment without chatge.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox thought if
money as appropriated for IhN
purpose, It ought to bo for a school
attended by more Hawaiian boys.
If it was desiicd to establish a
school of chemistiy, why not lake
the Reforinaloiy School for tho pur
pose? He would oppose the item.
Rep. Nawahi was opposed to put
ting this item in here. This talk of
analyzing stomachs and water was
only to influence the House. Such
woik should be done by the Govern
Noble Iscnbeig considered the
item necossaiy. Every civilised
Go eminent bad to employ a chem
ist. For $1200 a year this Govern
ment could have the sci vices of a
competent chemist. Plantations on
Kauai wanting chemists could not
get one less than $3000 a year..
Government physicians and physi
cians in geneial were not chemists,
and lcbidents of Honolulu and the
Government weie to be congratulat
ed on haing a chemist on whom
they could call any day.
Rep. Wilcox suggested that the
lion. Noble wanted this chemist to
go over to Kauai and dolus woik.
Noble Isenberg No, no.
Rep. Nawahi said the item had
been passed session after session in
accoi dance with a law passed in
Noble Widemann would bo glad
to vote for striking out the item, but
here was a law providing for it. nnd
the incumbent had a claim at law
tor his salary. It the appropriation
was to bo stopped herealter, that
law would need to bo lopoalod.
The item passed.
Compiling, punting, nnd binding
School History of the Hawaiian Isl
ands, $2000. Passed.
Minister Brown moved to insert
an item for taking tho census of
1800, 12,000. This was laigei
than the expenditure of 1881, but
there was a gi eater proportion of
illiteiatc people now.
Sec. 2. The following sums am
ounting to S71,.'101.G5, are hereby
also appiopriated out of any moneys
in the Treasury, other than the
moneys which may be deiived from
the sources mentioned in Sec. ft of
this Act, for tho service of the bien
nial fiscal period commencing with
April 1, 18(J0, and ending with
March 31, A. D. 1S02.
.Minister Brown moved to stiike
out the amount, as ho intended mov
ing new items. Cairied.
Postal money order reserve, $7,
Purchase of road between Ililea
and Ilonuapo, S3."00.
Minister Spencer said this was a
necessary road, but it would cost,
S 12,000 to build the road, and he
moved the item pass. Canied.
Purchase and rent of Aliiolani
Minister Spencer said it would
cost 53000 and ho moved that am
Subsidy to ocean lines, & 18,000.
Noble Muller moved tho item be
rcfeired to the commerce committee.
Rep. .Kaltia moved in amendment,
a select" committee, lie referred
to the Ililo-San Diego project.
Rep. l'aehaole saw no necessity
for reference to a committee. There
was a law providing for this sub
sidy, subject to conditions of freight
charges and tonnage.
Noble .7. M. Horner said the com
mittee might get some information.
Ho understood the company did not
give the service requited by the law.
The United States was about giving
a subsidy to steameis under her
flag, and if this company shared in
that it might let this little country
Rep. Bush thought it would bo
hasty to pass this item without in
formation. There was a law but it
had not been observed. The Cham
ber of Commerco had been seeking
improved mail facilities. Tlftn the
San Diego lino just Btarted might bo
worthwhile encouraging. He was
in favor of reference to a committee.
Referied to select committee.
Rep. Kalua moved to insert, Sub
sidy to Stenm Lino, Honolulu to
Noble Phillips moved the item bo
deferred till after consideration of
bill on the subject.
Rep, Kalua moved it bo referred
to the same seloct committed, but
accepted an ntuondniont by Noble
Widemann for a separate committee,
Minister Brown said no company
being specified in tho main item, the
committee might recommend its,
subdivision. Ho was, moreover,
credibly informed that there was a
likelihood of a lino being started
next spring bctwecu Vancouver,
terminus' of the Canadian Pacific
Railway, and Queensland, touching
at Honolulu. While he had nothing
to say against the present lino, an
other line might result in an improv
Noble Widemann had heard of
this line for years. It was always
coming about six months hence.
Doubtless it would come in time,
but at piesent the House could take
no action on tho prospect. The
Mm Diego line and the Tahiti lino
ought to bo examined by a com
mittee. Noble Baldwin favored the Tahiti
lino but thought it should go to a
separate committee. Ho agreed
with the previous speaker that noth
ing should be done to cripple or
prejudice the excellent service now
given us to the Coast, and for which
the original item heie was doubtless
Noble Phillips uiged on the hou.
member for Wailuku to withdiaw
his motion for a committee until the
bill be introduced. The bill asked
for 30,000 instead of 21,000, and
would have to go to a committee
Rep. Kalua could not withdraw
Noble Phillips then moved to
anend the item to 830,000.
Referied to a select committee.
Rep. Nawahi moved to insert,
Steam line between Honolulu and
San Diego, calling at Hilo going and
leturuing, 18,000, and that the
item be rcfeired to a select committee.
Rep. Maiques moved it be lefer-.
reu io tne same select committee as
that to which the ocean lines item
was referied. The Spreckels con
tract ho understood expired to-day,
and some new arrangement might bo
Noble Baldwin wanted to know
what that San Diego line was, did it
exist in the imagination of the lion,
member from Ililo? San Diego was
a little town over there, with which
we had no business.
Rep. Nawahi informed the lion.
Noble that the pioneer steamer ar
rived a few days ago and now hay
could be bought cheaper at a stoic
on King street than before. San
Diego might be a little town but it
had a lailway now direct from the
East, and had the largest hotel in
the woikl. It was more preferred
for health by tourists than San
Francisco. Passengers thence could
come direct to Hilo to visit the Vol
cano, afterward coining to Hono
lulu. Smaller boats would be put
between the islands, to collect pro
duce at Kona and elsewhere. Pio
bably we should have more frequent
mails by the new line coming be
tween the tiips of the San Francisco
Referred to special committee.
Rep. Kahookano moved the com
mittee rise. Canied.
Noble Marsden leported progress
fiom the committee of the whole.
The House adjourned at 3:!o.
Win. G. Iiwln . Piushlont & Mnnnger
Olaus Siierkelri Vlee-Pi evident
Seei etnry & Treasurer
Thuo. O. Poi lor A mil tor
aoi:ms or tiik
4)1' Han KraiiclHi-o, Oil.
tQf-Wni. O. n win & Co., OVil),lmvo
iissuined the assets and liabilities of the
Into linn of Win. O. Irwin & Co., and
will eoutluiiu tho general business
fonneilv canted on by that house.
IS heieliy given to all peisons that at
a Hireling of the sliuioholilers of
Win. . Ii win ft Co, flilj, held on
IIir HlRt elny of July, 18510, It was voted
to accept the dinner of Incorporation
dated July 21, IS'io, mid gi anted to
them :mil their asuuicltitcHuudsiicf essoin
under the eorpuinlu n.inio nnd style of
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited.
And that tho Coiporation under said
Chatter was duly oiganl.ed, and elected
the follow Inn named olllueis, l:
1'iesldeiit & Malinger
William (J. Jnvln,
Vleo-PiPHbleiit,... Clans SpieckulH,
Keeiotuiy iVs Tiensiiior
W. JI Olff.uil,
Auditor 'p. O. Potior.
Notico Is also Kb en that, pursuant to
tho tuims of said Clinilm, no stock
holder shall be iiulhidimlly liiddo for
tho debts of tho Coipoiation, boyoud
the amount' which shall bo duo iiron
iluiBliaioni- rtiaies ownoj or hold by
himself, w. JI. GIFFARll,
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CARTS & BREAKS,
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AUn, a eninplele assoitmciit of 111 hi
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Selected pcisonnlly of the best factories
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Ask for Or. Lcziar's Hawaiian Cliorry Cor
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Wc hno sold a huge quantity of your
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HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
Accountants, Collectors, Oaumlasioii Agents and
Outtom Homo Brokers.
Are at nil limes pnrvircd to per.
form any tlcciiptimi of ( lenr.il Woik,
Mich as Atidiiiiit; Accounts, Posting.up
Tradesmen' Uoolts, Making Inventories
of Stock, fciigrnrtssiiif! Lujh Documents,
Kto. Cmnpuicnl iind Ituli ible Fieiglit
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Studio, No. 27 Alnken, Street.
rormerlyof New Yoik, wouldhifoi m
the public that sho is piepiued to till
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and India Ink Pom nits.
CBT" Hamples of woik can be seen at
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Old Capitol Buildings, Merchant St.
AOKNTS for P.ielllo Const Supply
Association, Alexander & Co.'h
Rubber Stamps, Adjustable Mosquito
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Home, nei oss Ameile.1 and to Aoies;
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Restaurant & Boarding House,
Alto, General Merchandise.
Rwn Plantation, : Honolulu, Rwa
Ti.iveli-18 by tinin or Government
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OH DIIHS for Rubber Stamps of oyei y
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Complete lllimtintud entalomio at otu
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nnd AiicMniul on or iib,-,u
Aujr, 23, I8SO,
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mntla unit passengers on or nbout dial
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The now anil tine Al steel BtcMuahin
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Francisco on or about
Aug. 30, I8S0.
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Boot and Shoe Store.
Having bid 10 yems c-perleneo In
tho business, I am prepared to manu
facture to oider Xnnhlonnblo hund
fcewed Ladles ,fc Gentlemen's JlootH &
Shoes. Also, Fiencb & American Boots
t SIiocr leeched by eveiy steameiC
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hello Lime, Prdnnn.
Okkicu Houna: u a. u. to 12 j,i. nrd
i. jr. to 0 1'. m.
Mutual GOO-XDaTELEPIIONESjiay-Boll 475
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Manufnoturcr of LnihnA'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
BKIN SIIKOI MAOK TO OHDEII.
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38 Nuuanu St., : t : P. O. Box iiltt.
npl 7.tj0 ly
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No. 6!) Ntiiianu St., Honolulu,
And denleis In all kinds of
!aHNlmeiH null I'iiiiiImIiIiil' Wood .
Also, a full stock of Div und rimey
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A NATURAL Mlneinl Water. For
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SoloAKeut & Impoiter for tlin'Iia
walliin IslnndH. M3 tf
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