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At rKIINOON SUBSIOX.
The House ic3iinicil at 1 x"i.
Thlid leading of hill to provide
for a Police Justice for the District
of Kna, Island of Oaliu.
Minister Drown wanted to Know
the reasons for the bill.
Rep. Kauhi thought it a late hour
for inquiry. The object of the bill
was appiovctl on second rending,
riiete wn ex'U'tly the s.aino inked
population in V.wa. now as was urged
in behalf of n Police .lustiee for J!n
Kan no. It might be urged that the
Honolulu Police Justice was accessi
ble by railway from Kwa, but the
satnething was tine tegarding Ma
kawao's relation to WailUKti. Theic
was no harm in this bill. The dnn
ircr to be avoided by the House was
that of increasing the Appiopriatinn
Hill beyond the trcasuiy means.
Ucp. Kalua stated that on the ju
diciarv committee's reiioit in favor
of the bill being presented there was
no objection. If thete was to
opposition it should liae come
before the expense of enguusin
bill was incurred.
Noble J. M. Horner thought that
if no extra cost was involved, all of
these bills might be passed without
waste of lime.
Minister Hiown eNplained that it
cost no more, only gae llio dibtiict
nuigistrate a little more imisdielion.
The people would not liao to come
Io Honolulu so often.
Noble .1. M. Horner By all
means then, give them the court
It will maUe the disliiet moie inde
pendent. HI bOl.r 110X8.
Hep. Kalua, on suspension of the
rules, presented the following ieso
lution: Whereas many things hac
been iepoited in reganl to the ea-ie
of lepeis at Kalilii Hospital, and
that they hac been improperly
ticatcd by the s-tiperintcndent at
that place Charles Kaliltiki and
it is important that the House
should hae full infoiination on the
matter; thercfoio resolved that a
select committee be appointed to
visit the Hospital, imestigato the
matters alleged, and repoit to this
The mover said he had been call
ed by telephone from Dr. Lulz last
night, and told that Sjsler Gertrude
desired to tell him cciiain things.
He learned that the Sister had com
plained to the ltoairi about matteis
at the Ilo3nital without retching
satisfaction, and she desiied an in
vestigation of the ease.
Kep. Lucas moved the resolution
be adopted, lie had noticed a local
item in the Advertiser this moi ning,
stating that unless certain improve
ments were made Sister CJeilrude
would have to retire. He did not
think the Sister came all the way
fiom England to bo ill-tieatcd by
the Doaul of Health.
Noble Ciabbe, on suspension of
the lilies, read a fust time by title
his bill relating to the importation
and quai amine ot live stock,
ounr.n or Tun day.
Third reading of bill to increase
the jmisdietion of police justices.
Consideration of majority and
minority reports of the committee
lelating to the market.
Uep. Maiqtics stated that the
committee found a different opinion
in each of the three buicuisof Pub
lic Works, Go eminent Survey, and
Market, relative to changes on the
water front, lhe final decision on
the question of harbor works would
decide the wisdom or otherwise of
the recommendations of both sides
of the committee. Theieforc, it
was little use considering the re
ports now, and he moved tliey be
laid on the table.
Minister Brown stippoited the
motion. The Minister of Interior
was unavoidably detained in attend
ing to the deportation of South Sea
Noble Widemann favoied the mo
tion, Maiitime facilities cannot be
extended on the west side, but must
be sought on the oast side, theie
forc it would be unwise to place any
publie works where they would in
terfere with such facilities.
The motion cairied.
Second reading of bill to proido
for a Police Justico for the Distiict
of Hamnkua, Island of Hawaii.
Kep. llickard moved it pass.
Carried, to bo read a third time
Second reading of bill to amend
Sec. 429 of the Civil Coe as amend
ed by Chap. 10 of the Session Laws
Minister lliown said that tho only
change from tho law of 1887 was in
taking away the mandatory piovi
slon, whereby the Minister of the
Intel ior was obliged to grant natur
alization to any alien. Since the
Supremo Couit had decided that
naturalized Chinese could go and
come without passports, the Minis
ter of Interior had been inundated
with applications from Chinese- for
naturalization. It was to pi event
the results from such a state of af
fairs that this bill was introduced.
Noble Widemann was not ordin
al ily in favor of granting much dis
ci etion to Ministers, but in tins
cuso he would move the bill pass to
Kep. Kalua thought the bill was
not strong enough. We might have
a Minister who believed in giving
Chinese tho franchise, and there
was nothing in the bill to pievent
big naturalizing them wholesale.
The bill was a great deal bettor
than the old law, buthuwouldinove
it be lefencd to the commerce com
mittee. He knew theic were forty
or fifty Chinese now wanting to bo
nnttiializod, and willing to pay
Minister Petcison said the only
lcasou against leferonec was that of
lite delay It would cause. I'here
was a large number of petitions
before the Minister which lie had no
power to refuse. It was impossible
to make the bill stronger under the
Constitution, and the only way the
matter could be handled was to give
the Minister discretion.
Ken. Kalua withdrew his motion
and pioposed an amendment, that
the Minister of the Interior, "with
the appioval of the Cabinet," might
cause the naturalization to be
Noble Wideru.inn consideicd that
on this question the bill should be
passed without delay. If a better
law could be devised to-morrow let
it be passed also, but let us hae
this one now. lie would suggest
that the amendment should lead,
"The Minister of the Inleiior, by
and with the consent of the Cnbinel,
may in their dis-ci etion," etc.
Hep. Kalua accepted the amend
ment. Kep. Lucas supported the bill,
saying it was based on one of tho
principles of the National Keform
Kep. Kahookano thought two
years residence too short, and asked
how long the lime was in the Tinted
Several members Five years.
Kep. Kahookano moved an amend
ment to (He years.
Noble Widemann had no pat lieu
lai objection to this amendment. It
was live yeais fotmlery.
Minister IVlerson thought this
law should not be blocked by amend
ments such as that of time That
question could bo dealt with later.
Kep. Lucas moved a eibal amend
ment. He thought theic was no
need of changing the time of resi
dence, as that could be done two
years hence if necessaiy.
Kep. Kalua lenewed his amend
ment in a diffeient form, which cai
ried. Kep. Kahookano's amendment
Kcps. Marques and Kickaid op
posed Kep. Lucas's amendment as
Noble Widemann suggested an
amendment to the amendment,
The bill as amended was passed
and oidcied to bo read a tliiid time
to-moirow. It reads as lollows;
Section J. Section ISO of the Civil
Code as amended by Ch.iptc-r N. of
tho Session Laws of 1887 is hereby
amended so thai the same shall read
as follows :
"Section 42!). The Minis! or of the
Inteiior, with the appioval of the
Cabinet, may, upon the application
of any alien foreigner who shall have
resided within the Kingdom two
years or more next preceding such
application, slating his intention to
become ti permanent resident of the
Kingdom, administer or cause to be
administered the oatli of allegiance
to such foreigner, and cause such
foreigner to subsciibe theieto, pio-
vided that such foreigner is not a
pauper nor a refugee from the
justice of some other connliy.
"If such applicant shall be lesi
dent of any island oilier than Oaliu,
he may, after the Cabinet shall Imo
appioved of his application, take
the oath of allegianco before any
Judge of a Court of Kccoid, which
Judges aie lieieby authoii.ed to nd-'
minister sucli oaths."
Section 2. This Act shall become
law from and after the dale of its
Second reading of bill to provide
a Police lustiee for the District of
Kau, Island of Hawaii.
'Kep. Kalua moved to htiiko out
"West" before Kau in the native
Passed, to be read a third time
Second reading of bill to provide
a Police Justice for the District of
liana, Island of Maui.
Passed, to be lead a third lime
Second leading ot mil to piouilo
n Police Justice for tho Di.Urict of
Molokai, Island of Molokm.
Noble Widemann said somehow
the District of Molokai sounded
strange to his ears. He would have
it simply Island of Molokai. Wasn't
that good enough!'
Kep. Paehaole said the law de
fining judicial dtstiicts called the
island a disliiet.
Passed, to be icad a third time
Second leading of bill to amend
tho Homestead Act.
Kep. Waipuilani moved it bo re
fenccl to a select committee, us theic
wcie several bills on tho sumo sub
Second leading of bill to prohibit
barbed wire fences.
Kep. Kahookano moved tho bill
be postponed owing to tho absence
of Kep. Nuwalii, the Introducer.
Second reading of bill to declaio
marriage between persons where
either party has contracted tho
disease known as Chinese leprosy
null und void and allowing either
party to marry again. Considered
with majority and minority lenoitu
of judiciary" committee,
Noble Walbridgc moved tho bill
be indefinitely postponed. The pro
vision to lot parliea marry again
would tend to the propagation of
Minister Petcison, in reply to a
question by Noble Widemann, said
that the civil results of the proposed
law would amount to those of the
li esent divoi cc law. That an agent
of the Hoard of Health should grant
divorces was wrong from the start.
Ky and by wo should have Polico
Jvsticcs deolniing divorces on the
complaint of one of the paitics. for
desertion. Let divorce bd left to
the Supiemo Com I. It was a moot
point whether leprosy was incurable,
as the bill assumed for a matter of
course. At Molokai a large number
lose to represent they did not have
the disease, while its marks weie
plain on them.
Noble McCarthy moved the pie
vious question which cm tied.
Kep. Cummings staled that he
had introduced the bill at tho re
quest of a largo number of his con
stituents. Many husbands had been
sent to Molokai, and their wives
wanted release fiom the contract.
The bill was indefinitely post
poned. v ADKH'llS'Mr.NT.
A motion to adjourn being made
notices ol committee meetings weie
The President appointed, as the
select committee on homestead bills,
Kalun, Paehaole, Ilalstead, Ciabbe,
Kep. Hickard was granted le.ne of
absence one week.
Kep. Paehaole asked what had be
come of the sanitary committee.
Noble Phillips said seveial at
tempts had been made to get the
sanitary committee together, but lhe
lion, member for Molokai failed to
put in an appcaiance except on one
occasion. Tlieieforu the rest of the
committee had decided not to
double tho hou. member ftiilhei
The House adjoin ned at '"12.
.B. DIM HO,
Wm. 0. It win. . l'lcMdfiit t Managni
Cl.ui- Spi eekold Vice-President
hicictaiv it Treiismer
TI100. 0. Poller Auditor
SUa A It FACTORS
AorNis or iiii
orMnn l'rnielHcn, C'al.
e2rWm. O. Iiwin & Co . (LM).lme
assumed the aets and lialiilitie- of the
late llrm of Win. U. hwin t Co , and
v III e.intiuiiu tho geneial l)uMne"?
foimeily cm lid 011 b- tint hoii-e.
icie'iy ghen to all pcrsnim that at
incclliis; of the sliauhoideis of
Wm, O. I w in A; Co, (td), held on
the .list day of , Inly. IHIHI, It wasoted
to accept the Charier of lueoipoiatioii
dated .fuly 21, 18'0, and gianted to
t'.iem and theli nsociatesaiid sueeessniH
iiulci the eoipoiaie name and style of
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.. Limited.
And that tho Coipoiation under said
( lintei was iliilyoigauiid.-inil elected
the following 11 tmeil ollleei-., i:
Pi evident S JlainiKcr
William (i. It win,
Vlcc-Piesident .. Clans Spieckvls,
Kecietaiy A, Ticasiiier
V. M Oiffud,
Auditor T. 0. Poitei.
Xotlee is alo Iven that. puisnaiiMo
tlm terms of jcild Uli.uler, 110 Ptock
hiililer Khali )m ludividiiallv liable for
tho debts of Hut Coipoiation, beyond
tho amount which .--hall liu due iir.on
Hie sluii! or .sliaies ownel or held bv
hiiiiM'If. XV. M.GlITAltl). '
.Seeiuttiiy Win. R. Irulu&Co , L'd.
TB heichy given to all peisons that nt
JL a meeting of tho Hlimcholdcis of
P.i iiihau Plantation Co,, (L'd), held on
tlm l?t day of August, 181)0. it wus voted
to accept tlm Cliaiter ol Iiicoipmat!(m
diilcd.luly 21, 18!)0, and gi anted to them
inn their ns'-oclnies mid Mieceoin
under lhe cniporatlnn nunc and Btj loot
Paauhau Plantation Go,, Limited.
And that tho Coipoiation under snil
Chin ter was dn'y oigunleil anil elected
tho following mimed ollli-eis, vl.:
1'icnldeiit Win. fJ. Iiwin,
Vice-Pi csldenl .... Clans Kpi eeki U,
Secret 11 y i'l'icisuiei'
W. M. Oiff.ud
Notice is alro given that, puiFiiant to
the temiH of Biild Cliaiti'i, no stock
holder 8lmll lie hidbldmilly liable for
the debts of -flie Coiiimailon, beyond
the amount which shiil lie duu upon tlm
Mime or bhtiies ow ned or held bv hhn
nelf. XV. Sf. OlFFAItD,
Keeietaiy Paaiihau Plantation Co.
Mrs. Eva IT. Jolmson, Artist,
HtuiHo, Wo. 27 Alakoa Btreot.
Formerly of New Yoik, would Inform
tho public that eho Is prepaieil to 1111
all 01 dors for Pastels. Oil, Water Colois
ami India Ink Portraits.
t3"f Samples of vvoik can bo scon at
Studio and Hamilton House Parlors.
3)r. Josenli IlaiiH'
Hog (S Poult
Tht Only SelcjIIBs SslGt Remedy.
It enMs to feed Hans' Remedy, as n
piecnllo and ai l ester of di'enc, flout
Ml cents to SI tier lutg dining Us life
time. Raye'iii sale with liistiucltoim for use
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
(!it5 2w r.'J Fort sheet.
"Broucr Block," IK tot fit. near Fort.
public Hint I
I0X IMIA 1MN
CARTS & BREAKS,
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Also, n complete ns-01 lini-nl
class iik k i,
.Selected poihoiuilly of tin'
111 the 1". islet 11 Mates.
lit 't f.icloiies
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Fbbgb Wire & Staples
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A Cure for InllucDza !
rt. loziEirs Hawaiian cherry cor-
DIAL, one ot tlm best lemcdlcs
cvci inepaicd for coughs, aslhma. lung
ami (lie-t tumble, and a great lelluf to
whooping cough and tluoat affection.
Ask foi Dr. I.czilt's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial Mild at
HOLLlSTEIt & CO'S.,
Ami UKNsUN, SMITH As LO'K.
I llnd your "Cheny Coidial" the beM
medicine ve liavo ever used for coughs,
colds and lung tiouhlc. All of our Na
tives, Poitiiguese, Chinese and Japanese
w ill use 110 oilier. I use nothing else in
my own family. Youis tiulv,
O. A. CIIAPIN,
"Manager Koliala Sag ir Co,
Wo liavo sold a laige quanlitv of our
"Clieuy C'oidlnl" at our piantiillon
stoic, both at Kc.dln and Kapau, and
can eheci fully lecoininand it forbion
Vciy lesiuetfully yours,
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CO.") If TieaMiier ,Makco Sugar Co,
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
Accountants, Collectors, chnimlealon Agouti nud
OiiEtoui Hours brokers.
Aro at all timed prepared to per.
fonn any dewiption of Clerii-ul Woilc,
such an Auditing Accounts, Pobtingiip
Trttdesmen's books, Making Inventories
of Stuck, Kngioasing Lepd Dnuutmnls,
Ktc. Compcient and Hcli'ihlc Freight
Clcika for ihu delivery mid liiHiing of
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Queen street. Post OJlito box 16!. A 11.
tual Tulcpbono 1: Hell Teh-phono 414.
lleaim for cuttle at 8I.25:
pounds or 1 bur. H't eeiim.
Also, Native liny. Apply to McUiilhun
at Kuplolaul Park, at hoiusof 12 unon
or fi v, M., or by Slutiml 'J'elephone No.
'.11. 023 liu
Oceanic stBuutbtp (lomp'y.
From San Francisco.
, , " 1'' Honolulu
Zenluiidm Aug 215 ... Aug IK)
Alameda Sept 20 ,opt 07
Maiiposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Xenlnnriu Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Deo lit Dec 20
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Alameda Oct 21) Nov
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Zealandiii l),.c 2-1... . Jan
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ifiidny.. Nov 21
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iliisiraliai Mail Servles
Vim HAS I'S-JARX'IWVO,
The new and line At Bleed Mciimrlilp
Of the Oceanic Hteani'hlp Jump my, will
be dueni Honolulu from Svihiev
ami Aucl.latiil mi or :il)(j,ii
Aup, 23, i 8S0.
And will Icnve for the above port v.frb
mnlla and pasengcis on 01 about tiiht
For freic'hl 01 piiflmac, Iihm-ii' tfJ.
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For Sydney and Auckland.
Hie lien- and line. Al steel stuMUslup
Of the Oceanic Steamship Comp-iny, will
lie due at Honolulu from Kau
Francisco on or about
Aug-. 30, 1890-
And -will have prompt dlnfttch wit'n
mails anil passeugerB for the above porta.
F01 truight or passugc, having 8U
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iaOnr Xew Allotype -lllustinted
Catalogue sent fico 011 application.
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San J'raiieiHro, : : Culiroi-iiln.
Ho. 30 Nu'uvm St. P. 0, Box 207.
HAMMERSMITH & HELD,
35 vvi cr -- A. ft ll n
Boot and Shoe Storo. S
Having had 10 yeais epcilencc in
tho business, am prcpaied to nianu
laclure to older faslilonalile hand
sewed Ladies' & Oentlemcn's Boots &
Shoes. AIm, FVeiich & Ameilean Boots
it .Slioes received liy evciy steamer.
Pilccs leasoiiablc. 1 solicit your pat
lonage. 5'Jt llm
lias removed from Fort rSrcct to
liollo Lune, Pule jia.
Okkick Houits: 9 a. m. to 12 m. ai d
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Mulual GOB-aTELEPHONESftS"noll 475
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French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SKIN SUJtOS MADK TO OIIDKli.
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33 Nutiunu Kt., ; : : p, o. Box 20X
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And dcalcisin all kinds of
CnHNluiercM nuil i'uinlHliIim ooil .
Aljo, a full stock of Dry aii(n',aiiey
Goods. Good lit guaranteed, rl7:iui
AN'ATl'KAL Mineial Water.
Mile only by
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Solo Agent & Impoiter for tho Jlu
vvullan IsliuidH. C2.t tf
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? Commercial Salesrooms, corner of
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