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SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1890.
OAUU RAILWAY HAND GO.'S
Tn Take Effort .JitlV so. iniio.
A. M. P. M.
Vonolulu ,.. S:lfi 1:15
llonouliiill 1U:0.-i :t:05
HotiDilllull 10:35 3:3B
Honolulu 11:" l:f5
Stiiir Mol.olti from Motnknl
,Stmr Walale.ilefioui Kauai
Am tent Miuy Putlge, .1 T ClaMon, 1!
tl'IVS fiom ItlUllllllltll
i tmr.l A ('uiiitnhw fioin Wniitiiiiialo
111, W 11 ilinlfiey bout 'nil ri.iiii'lu-o
fm I.sle anil ICoolau :il U
.Vein Lnvlnia for ICnloinnil Hsnsptpe.
" VESSELS lEAV.NC MONDAY.
.Stun- Mokolll foi Jlolnkai -it ,"i p in
tffln Moi W.ililnu foi IMaullo
ISktneSU Wilder, T 11 OiMltlis, for
t.tmr.1 A Cummin0 foi Walm.itialii
GARGOfsRGM ISLAND P0R1S.
Mmr Wninlenle 111 gieen ItiuVs and 1
lull sheep skins.
.Sum- Mokolll 118 Illinois mol.i'-cf,, H
head cattle, anil 32 nlif ep.
.Slim- .1 A Cummin' 101)0 I) igs sugar.
II II M Khs-h'p Wai-pllc fimii llilliKh
ltrship Jllengllelil sailed fiom l.ivor-
))oo) Apr l.s, dnu An 21
Ger hk r.utst, fiom Now Yoik i i Ili.i-
Am bk Albeit, Winding, fiom San
Fi.ini'ihco due Aug 4
llrbk llliker lioiu London, sailed Apr
15, due A up; 25
Ilr bk Gh iin fiom f.iveipool, pulled
.luly 10, duo Nov 1.V30
Fi tf F.u.illon from San Diego due Sep-
h S Zcnliiiuiii, fiom San Fi.mcUco due
S S Alauied.i fiom the Colonics en loute
to ban Fi.incUco due Aug 22
Am bU Maltha D.ivN, Wr A Peiiillcton.
fiom Uoston, sailed Apill 2.'i, due
Ocr lik Paul Iscnbeig, F .T Woltei,
fiom Liverpool, sillcb Match 8. due
Sehr Knalukai, Fieetli,froinLiysou Tl-
:uuls,duc Aug 20-31.
Fiom Kauai, lier stiiir Waialealo, Aug
1(5 K A Maullc, jr, Mis It A Maine anil
inuid, Mnstet Mailie (2), Miss Hcnus
and 7 deck.
Fiom Molokii, pei stmr Mokolll, Aug
IB Van Giesen, b K Kiipibea and it
Thobaikentinc S G Wilder, Captain
Til Giiillths, will sail for San Fran
cisco Monday, Aug 18, with full cat go
of sugar. J c took her only (i days dls
cliaigmg lier e.ugo of general mei
cli.mtlise and taking In 8Ug.u.
The American tern Maiy Dodge, Capt
.7 T Gallop, ntiivcd this nioining, ill
dajs fiom llmnboltlt. bbe has on lio.ud
29l),000 feet of lumber consigned to
Wessrs Lewci.s & Cooke.
MAGOON-In Honolulu, on Ibc
f Inst., to the wife of J. Alfied
gnoii, a son
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tin: Ilonoliilus niul Iluwaiis
at baseball this afternoon.
Tim Supremo Com th.is a nolieo
in otii I5y Autlioiity roliimn.
ri:ssns. ir. W. .Schmidt it Sons
oiler choice JUiino wines for sale.
Fiki: pics, cakes, pnstiies, candies
u mi ico cream at tlio Klito to-duy.
Tub Band will not piny at Emma
Sqnaro this nftcinoon, but nt the
b.ibebiill giound instead.
Don't fail to tiy homo of tlio otig
inal Molasses l'cp'peimint candies at
Lmlwigson & Cron'a this evening.
Plenums by Mr. D.llowniil Hitch
cock will bo on exhibition in the, tut
looms of tlio Pacific H.udwaio Co.
JInsBits. Egan & Gnnn will begin
their nnmml clearance f-alo on Mon
day, lhoy quoto some of their in
TimbaihentinoS. G. Wilder will
pail for San Francisco at noon Mon
thly. Mesbrs. F. A. Schtiefcr & Co.
ure agents for this lino clipper veshol.
Cr.NTiuij Union Chinch pulpit in
tho l'astor'a absonco on vacation will
to-monow nt 11 a, in. and 7:30 p. in.
lie supplied by Rev, S. K. Uishop.
Uvemng topic A good word for
A HTiu:i:r cai,alnal:e, and a China
man came into tin unpleasant con
junction near King street luidgo this
morning. Tho Chinaman's load of
baskets ami a kerosene oil tin woio
scattered on tho giound, and ho
hiniBolf was lmiibcd mid had his
Tim services of tho Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
monow will boas follows: (5;!J0 a, m.
Holy Communion; 11:15 n. m.,
morning prayer with bcrmon; an
them, "In Jewry is God Known;"
7:30p, m. evensong with sotmoii;
iinthem, "Cast thy Bunion," from
Mendelssohn's "Elijah." Rev. Alex.
1L'M Wll t4.1mm.V1 -4M.mwFm wrtnywiiwwn TMiacuwm a.iwiwtJiWfaiioiMMMnwwiff"iw.
FIFTY FIFTH DAY,
Tito conmiilteo of the wholn rc
iiiniLMl at 1 :o0.
Noble Witleninini t-xprostptl ic
giet that words of hit had given of
fense to tin lion. Noble from Kniial.
Tiioy bad been In the House to
gether for t liiily yeaisnd uianydif-ft-ipiiocslmd
arisen hetw cent hem, but
wltliout personal feuling. llodidnnl
think Ida lnnRunge wns iinpavllnnu'tit
:uy, but if any three members of
tlio House considered it so be would
cheerfully apologise to the lion. No
hit!. lU-garding the question heroic
the committee he would remind
lliotii of the large amount spent on
the Palace by mentis of It misters
ycats ago, and it was to pi event
such things that he had made his
Minister 1'rown cordially cndois
ed the bciitiinent of the lion. Noble,
but tli(iti!ihl the lime foi innkin;; his
motion would be when See. 0 was
leached. In the meantime let them
proceed with these items.
Noble Wideinnnn was glad Hint
the jUinistei hud come to stand will:
him on the question. He regauled
the question as of vital impoi lance.
Noble McCailhy said his roinarliB
this morning related mainly to Sec.
f, and he thought ihe committee
should go on with the items till Hint
Noble Isenberg moved as an am
endment to stiikf out the "amount,
Addition to Custom Ilotibo, $1000.
Addition lo Honolulu Post Olticti,
Noble Cinbbe moved to iuseit,
Custom House and Keiosene Oil
Storehouse, Hilo, S5000. He ex
plained, in answer to Noble Bald
win, that his son, the Collector at
Hilo, hud lold him when in town
lately, that a gi cat deal of oil was
stored around Hilo. and that it was a
source of danger, and ho asked him
lo move for an appiopiiation.
Rep. Knudscn asked the Ministry
for information as to the necessity
of the item.
Minihler lliown said that the du
ties collected in 1888 weie S1220,
increasing in 1881) to SI 700. The
dulins collected did not pay the Col
lector's salary, wliieli was S1800a
year. The amount asked was large
for a port yielding so little levcnue,
and he thought the item was unne
cessary. Rep. Nawahi asked if Hie Minis
try would adopt that rule in all eases.
Minister Uiown said rules were
not always applicable to isolated
Rep. Nawahi said if that was go
ing to be the ruleitwa3 a good one,
but many of tbedistiict justices col
lected less of lines and coats than
would pay their salaries.
A motion for the committee to
lise temporarily was carried.
A message from His Majesty the
King was announced, and the House
was called to its feet to receive it.
Major R. Hoapili Baker, of II.
M.'s Staff, in full uniform, entered
and advancing to the platform pre
sented to the President the message
The President directed Hie Secre
tary to read the message, which was
"Honolulu, Aug. 15th, 1S90. j
"To the HoNoitAitu; J. S. Wai.ki'.ii,
President of the Legislative
Assembly of the Kingdom.
"Sin, In view of the petition
submitted to me by the delegates
from the people of the several dis
tricts of the principal islands of the
kingdom on the 11th instant, in ic
spect of tho Constitution promulgat
ed by Mc on the 7th day of July,
A. I). 1887, setting foith certain
grievances in said petition for the
good of tho Commonwealth, and the
welfare of My People, and that tho
prayer of their petitions be laid bc-
foui and acted upon by Your Honor
able Body. Therefore,
"It is Our Royal Pleasuie, that
tlte Legislative Assembly of tho
Kingdom take such measures ns
would carry out the intention of the
People expressed in that Petition,
and piovide tho relief therein pray
ed as may seem proper to Our Le
gislature. (Sed.) "Kalakaua Rnx."
Rep. Bush moved that a commit
tee he appointed to respond to His
Majesty's .message. Carried
oilmen or Tim day.
Committee of tho whole resumed.
Tho item for Hilo Custom House
The Honolulu Post Ofllec item
GovernmeiitStorclioiise and Work
shop, Esplanade, S10.000. Passed.
New Maiket House, Honolulu,
Rep. Pachaolc said this wa3 dis
posed of ycsteiday.
Noble Widciniiim wanted informa
tion. Minister Spencer replied that last
Legislature appropriated 25,000,
of which ho thought 13,000 ImJ
Ccntial Station for Honolulu Firo
Department, including lot, 50,047,
Rep. Lucas moved "the item bo re
ferred to a committee, as there ap
peared to bo a misuiiderbtuudiiig
about it. Carried,
OAJLLY. HULUST1W ; UUJN Ul-UJL.U, U. 1.,
Rep. 11. W. Wilcox: moved to in
noil 5000 for an engine on the
plains, and to lefer it to tlio sanio
Fireproof vaults (lovcintuent
Minister .Spencer gave del nils,
and asked for CW additional for a
place of M'ciiio deposil for opium at
the Custom House. Cnriicd.
Now Court I louse nnd Jails, Ha
Noulu Buii'hardt asked if tho
item included leecivlng cells for
Minister Spencei said il did.
Rep. Halstpnd moved lo insert,
Rcpnlis to Com I house, M'ikawnp,
S500, and gave an explanation of its
Minister SpiMicer nsked if Hits
was in addition lo the filOO already
Rep. Halstead said if SilOO was
appropriated he would niako his
motion for 200.
Rep. Lucas moved lo insert 500 to
lisve the 1 lawaiian Coat-of-Ai ins put
on Hie Government Building in the
place lett for il under lliu clock
when the building was completed in
187II. It had been asked for scv
eial limes and he wanted it logo
through this trip. (In answer to
a question) It should be made of
stone, eoneiete, or marble, some
thing that would lact.
Noble J. M. Hornet thought all
necessary approptiations should be
Poi factoty, Honolulu, 12,001).
Rep. Waipuilnni moved it bo
stricken out, becausu by Ibc law of
18SS ceilain boundaries arc iked
inside of which poi could not be
made, and stands were to be let in
u (lovernment building for the pur
pose, which would involve incieased
cost of the necessary to the people.
Rep. Paehnolc said the law in
question was a sanitary measure, as
poi factories weie in a very un
wholesome condition. That law did
not prohibit the sale but only the
manufacture of poi within limits.
The measure, would opeiate similar
ly to that which put the laundries
out of town.
Minister Brown supported the
coi redness of tho lion, member's
cpIantation. lie did not think the
law would cieate a haidsln'p, as
there was no icstriclion on shops
for the sale of poi. Looking at it
from another point of view, it was
likely lo bo a profitable venture. The
wash houses now ieturncd 20 per
cent on the investment, and had
long ago lepaid their cost to the
Noble .7. M. Horner said this was
one of Hie malleus investigated by
a select committee on Honolulu city
services. As it was likely to be a
reproductive cnterpiiso he could
sec no objection to the appropria
tion. Rep. R. W. Wilcox thought the
item should bo struck out. If the
business was to bo icgulatcd lot it
ho by license. These factoiios
could be regulated for cleanliness
by tho Boaid of Health. If the
pnnciple was adopted there would
bo similar interfcience, pcihaps,
with bakeiics. He was afiaid thoic
was a "nigger in the fence."
Minister Brown said it was onlv
tho manufactine for sale that was
Rep. Knuhi thought Ihe item
should be passed. Theie was no
"nigger in the fence." By and by
the Government would have a man
sitting there doing nothing but to
collect, and collect, and collect. It
would be a profitable business for
The item passed.
Lighthouses, Makapuu, Oa.hu ;
and Kahnlui, Maui, 10,000.
Noble Baldwin moved the item be
divided, $8000 for pack place. Ho
did not want Kahnlui lo get all the
money any more than Makapuu.
After consultation with the Minister
he amended his motion to S7500 for
Noble Macfailane was in favor of
leaving tho item as in the bill.
Rep. Nawahi wanted to know if
any tiling would be saved by running
a cable to Makapuu lo light tho lan
tern with electricity.
Minister Brown said an engine of
sulllcicnt capacity to supply a cur
rent for that distance would cost
more than the lighthouse.
Rep. Nawahi thought a telephone
w'iio would be a sulllcicnt conductor.
Minister Brown said the thing was
impossible, no lighthouse in the
world was lighted by electi icily.
Tho light was loo uncertain for tho
Rep. Nawahi continued his scien
tific disquisition without interpreta
tion. Rep, Katihi followed with a humor
Noble Baldwin disclaimed any idea
of distrust regarding the Minister
in his motion.
Passed, Makapuu 8500, Kahnlui
Rep. Rice moved to inseit 1000
for liglithoiiHo at the enhance of
Nawiltwili Bay, Knuni.
Rep. Bush supported the motion.
Rep. Wnipuilatii moved lo iuseit
200 for a liglithouso nt a point in
Konn. Tlio 1. 1. S. N. Co. maintain
n light there now at their own ex
pense, which is a great public con
venience, a benefit to fishermen and
Noblo J. M. Horner said there
wcro lights nil along tho Hiiuinkua
Const, and he thought none of them
cost moio than 50 a year. Did
Noblo Marsdcn know anything" about
Noblo Mnrsdcn There nic no
lighthouses on Ihe lluinakun Const.
Noblo . I. M. Horner asked about
the lights ut Kawalhnc, Lnup.ihoe
Noblo Mnrsdcn Oh, those arc
maintained by tlio Government.
Noblo J. M. Horner said some
thing loquirod cxplaininir. when
S800D, and sfiOOO, and 20U0 were
asked for lighthouses hero and theie.
They ought to know what they were
gelling for the expi-nilituie.
Reps. Wuipiiilaui and Knuhi
fin titer discussed Hie question.
Rep. Kahonknno thought the item
should hu passed since that for Na
Minister Biown -ntil the items
under consideration wcro for the
constiuction of lighthouses. These
proposed were for running expenses,
for which an item had aheady been
Noble McCiulhy-S 12,000.
Noblo Mnrsden moved that, as
several committees weie lo meet,
nnd the committee to visit Kalihl
was lo start in n few niiiiules, the
committee rie and repoit progiess,
Noble Phillips piesputed the to
port of the eontniillee of ihe whole,
which vv..s adopted.
couiin ir.rs aitoixti.h.
Tho President appointed the fol
On reply to His Majesty's Mess
ago Bush, Widomann, 'Knudscn,
On Central I' ire Station Lucas,
Phillip-, A. S. Wilcox, A. Hornet,
House adjourned at .'5 :25.
FIFTY-SIX I'll DAY.
Tho House opened at
Rep. Kalua gave notice of a bill
to piovide for the continuance and
encouragement of mail facilities be
tween the Hawaiian Islands and
tho United Stales of Ainciica. Also,
of a bill to encourage Iho cultiva
tion of tobacco.
Noble Burchardt piesentcd ques
tions to the Attorney-Gonornl : 1,
At what points aie leeching colls
for leper suspects on tho islands of
Hawaii, Maui, and KatMi? 2, Ate
all of the above provided with airing
yards and scpaialc looms for male
and female suspects?
Rep. A. Horner read a first time
his bill to piovide a Police Justice
for North Ililo.
Noble Pun gave notice of a bill
to make the disliict justice of Ila
nalci, Kauai, a police justice.
Rep. nipuilant asked about the
answers to his questions regarding
the Board of Health.
Minister Spencer said the reply
was ready: 1, The lioaid of Henlth
have not decided as a rule to pay
the passages of Government physi
cians to tho country. 2, The pas
sages of Dr. Lutz and Dr. Thom
son were paid hy the Board. 3,
The Board sent for these doctors.
1, The fare of Dr. Lut. was $2000,
that of Dr. Thomson 100. Dr.
Lutz is no relation of any member
of the Boaul; Dr. Thomson is a
son-in-law of the Picsident of the.
Minister Blown, on behalf of the
Minister of the Interior who had
been called away on his olllce busi
ness, presented answers to various
matters referred to him.
1. On petition for 5000 for a
bridge at Hana, Maui, the Minister
bad ascertained it could bo built for
1150, and recommends that said
amount lie appropriated.
2. On petition for pay of Gcorgo
Kekua as a water luna, the privilege
is a piivntc one and theie is no law
aulhori.ing tho lnna's appointment
or pay by the Government.
3. On petition of Ilaoa for pay
for road work done in May, 1880,
there is no evidence of tho Indebted
ness, and the Minister recommends
the petition be referred back to the
hou. member for liana (ICamai), as
lie is tlio poison mentioned in peti
tion ns having employed tho man.
4. On petition presented by Rep.
Ilulslcad that gates on public roads
be lcmovcd, the Minister had scut
insti notions to the chali man of the
Makao road board to lemovc any
5. On petition piesentcd hy Rep.
Kahookano that certain Government
lands allotted to different persons in
1881 be confirmed to them, the Minis
ter finds that the survey of Iho land
into homesteads wns done by unau
thorized parties, and tho land is un
der lease to tho estate of James
Wood, expiring in 1898.
(!. On petition presented b' Rep.
Pachaolc, that tho Government sell
land nt Knuiinkakni to tho people, n
report of tho Surveyor-General is
submitted, showing Hint the land
belongs to unassigncd lands, has
never been in possession of the
Government, and is now hold by lio
estate of the late Mrs. Bishop. Tho
tiustces of that estate had offered
to tin n it over to tho Government,
to be used as a foundation for indus
Rep. Pachaolc stated that the
lease was a prlvnto one, and tho
land was not Crown laud. Would
tho lease hold'
Minister Brown said it would in law
hut not in equity.
Noblo Miillcr gave notice of a bill
to make all tho disttlct justices of
tho kingdom police justices,
oiiiir.n or Tim iav.
Second lending of bill amended
by commerce committee- to repeal
AUGUST 10. icwli.
(ho law relating to the shipping of
Passed, on motion of Rep. Lucas,
lo bo rend n third time Tuesday.
Second tending of bill to provide
for tlio destruction of seized liquors.
Considered with icpnrtof committee
on liquor bills lecommondiiig inde
finite postponement, as the Act it
amended was declared tiiiconslitu
lional by the Supreme Court.
Noble Marsdcn moved the report
lie adopted. Cart led.
Second lending of bill lo piovide
foi selling lelnil liquor licenses at
auction. Considered with report of
the select inminittee, advetse lo the
main provision but recommending
Ihe appointment of n boaid of con
trol on licenses.
Rep. Kalua moved the bill bo in
definitely postponed, ns the new bill
leqttiicd by the committee's report
had not been submitted.
Noblo Baldwin moved the bill nnd
report bo relet red to tho punting
The Ptesidont said there was
really no bill except the old one be
fore the House.
Rep. Kalua said Ihe result of the
bill would be monopolies in the
Noble Kan linnc was not in favor
of He; indefinite postponement of Hie
bill. Something ought to be done
lo icilrict the liquor tiatllc, and the
amendment proposed wns in that
direction. Only tho other day a
man of liluh connection was taken
fioin tho deck of a steamer to the
Police Station, and tho doctor said
his internal organs had been des
troyed by the bad ingredients, of the
liquor. That man's death was
caused by the drink lie bought.
Moio native llawaiians weie fined in
tho Police Conit for drunkenness
than any other nationality, and for
the sake of tho native people icsttie
tivo laws should be parsed on the
Rep. R. W. Wilcox agicetl with
tho sentiments of the hou. Noble,
but did not think this bill was in the
lino of restriction.
iNouio lJuiiiwin said tlio passage
of the bill was not thu question.
He thought some ot the ideas
of tho committee were good,
and it was only fair to them that
they should have an opportunity of
bringing in a bill.
Rep. Kauealii considered the bill
inconsistent with itself.
Rep. Nawahi favored indefinite
postponement. The original bill
would create abuses, but Hie amend
ment was worse. It would result in
a monopoly that would Hood the
country with gin and cheap alcohol.
Rep. Knuhi moved the previous
question, which cairicd.
Indefinite postponement canied,
and iccoiisidcration was moved and
Second reading of bill to amend
the taxation laws.
Read a second lime by title and
referred to the finance committee.
Second leading of bill to regulate
the drawing of talesmen in jury
Noble Miillcr moved the bill pass.
Carried, to bo read a third lime
Second reading of bill to amend
Se$ 1 of Chap. It of an Act en
titled "An Act to regulate the sale
of spirituous liquors," approved on
the 7th day of August, 1882.
Referred, on motion of Noblo W.
Y. Horner, to tho liquor bills com
mittee. The IIouso adjourned at 11:51
till 10 o'clock Monday.
Jcnnnc Hugo, n grandchild of
Victor Hugo, is betrothed lo Leon
Daudet, a son of Alphonsc Dnudet,
The treatment nt Kisscngen has
gicnlly benefited .Senator and Mrs.
.Stanford. The two arc nbout lo
start for Norway.
Tho Vienna Hoard of Health is
informed that cholera has icnppear
cd in thirty-one communities of
Valencia nnd Alicante.
Tho Newfoundland bait citiiser
Fiona fired on a Ficneh ve.33el
which was taking bait. No paiticu
laiB hnve been received.
T7INE Pies, Cakes and
JL runoy PnMi Ic ut thu
lets Cienin Piulor.
For San Francisco.
The Al Ilnrunnlluu
S. G. WELDER,"
Will sail foi San PianeKeo
On Monday, August J 8th,
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HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
tpjn. NprcckeJM' JJiuiU, : Fort (Street, Honolulu.
IMTOIiTERS anil DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Olassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain
Piano, Library it Stand Lamps, Chandeliers & Elcctoliers, ,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A compluto assortm't of Drills &. Files,
Tho "Qazollo" ..-wheeled Riding Plow .fc Equalizer,
Hliidhoaitl Rico l'low, Planters' Steel fc Goouencckcd Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, UNSEED,
1'aiuU, VitiniiiliCH & RriiHhes, Manila it Siunl Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hohc, Hose, JEEoHe,
RUIJIJER, WIRE-HOUND of suporior quality, & STEAM.
Again Iron Ware, Silvor Plated Waro, Tublo it Pockot Cutlery,
Powder, Shot &, Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machino-loaded Cartridges,
Unrt'H Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipo & Holt Threading,
liiirtmiui'M Steel Wire Fence ifc Sleol Wire Mats, .
Wm. G. FiBhcr's Wrought Steel Raiios,
data City Stone Filters,
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& I'OliT STREET8.
WEEK OWLY I
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John Ena, Vice-President
Ckuii. Dkowx, Auditor.
and decorated; and Wedgcwood
ProcosH" Twist Drills,
Ncttl'8 Carringo Pninls,