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NO. 77 FORT
First Annual Casli Clearance Sale I
Commencing Monday, Aug. 181h, for Two Weeks only.
Great Reduction in all Departments to makeroom for Goods to arrive
Calicos, 22 yards for $ I.
Gingham, 10 and 12 yard- fm $1
Sateens, 7 yards for $1.
Tabic IjIucii. Napkin, TowoN, Hluetinsn. E'.io., VAi.
Ladies' & Children's Hosiery Hand
kerchiefs. Embroideries Gloves, Mitt, Rib
itAVt: Ji-sr l
CURTAINS IN LiCR
In Great Yaiicty
B. E. EI
y u ocu
IN ALL LENGTHS.
gjSF" Our Dress-making Department undor ibe management of M li1?
CLARK will be re-opened about May 12ib.
We Desire fo Call
For Lubiicathijj the Valves
VALYOLINE ib an eaitli oil specially prepared under Hie higheM s-le.rui
heat and from which all volatile and cnithy matter liub been expelled by a
process which leaves a pine and heavy od, which pteents tho eating nn.ij
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and pi.-ton packing peifectly clean. This
was the fust Mineral Oil intioduced for steam cylinders and lias-been in con
htant use over eighteen years.
flPWe also manufacture Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
classes of machinery.
I-jeGiufca'd &z 3Elli.si,
HONOLULU IEOU WORKS CO., Sole Agents. col 3m
IXutoiul ISIoelr," 'on.
Br' ' ltiioiul Itloelr," 'h.
KM.-' lA-cr-rETTrir-T--. !iiru' sf-ST-rcTt-i
mm r assMBKae?P5e4iiHrasM''i!? M. - i
Kit?-. utu. t&WsU&ffiS&&li&, ",.viiP-v wj
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE.
House Keeping Coods,
' sa:$ Sheet Iron
H, B ; M
Shipping & Commission Merchant
H. nnAi.KnB in
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Hra ii.vN'iv'rj)N (?hjj iM-i lit,
IB5 ' Cnrpentcrh', Rlackhmit)ii', MncliinislK' & I'hunbcr.i' TooIh,
jHEp!'.'-'. KilPhon UlomilH, J'liiiitp, Oils, Vaniiulips, Lamp GooiIh and
III E3 cueviil BleTcliii.iitliw.
mm- Blake's Steam Pumps, Yeston's Centrifugal.s,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & RcniiDglon Sowing Macliinos,
jR- Dr. Jayno & Sods Family Medicines.
and Merinos, JOe
yunl mid upwards.
Colored Wind Dres"Gorak,10
in Black L.ico
vnuv i.akoi: aksohtmunt ok
in all Departments.
Your Attention To
and Cylinders of Stoum Engines.
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, SCRIM. MADRAS
&X REGISTERED y .,
Tlio House resumed nl 1 :!ir.
Third Tcmliim of hill to rej;11'!"!"
llie drawing ol talesmen in jury
The bill passed on motion of Min
ister Peterson and is us follow:
firetlon 1. Whenever a sufllcient
number ol jurors regularly sum
nionnl do not appear, or cannot bo
obtained, to form a jury in any
case, civil or criminal, the (Joint
may order the Marshal to summon
talesmen. Two talesmen may bo
summoned from among the bystand
ers if no objection is made by any
parly to the cause. If more than
two talesmen should be required, or
if objection lie made to summoning
any bystander, tho Cloik shall draw
such number of names u3 may he re
quired from a box containing all the
remaining names of tin fifty lail
teml-nnminlly elected us juroiH by
the CleiU in conceit with some
Judge as provided in Section 1 of
Chapter XVII., Laws of 1S70.
Whenever said lUt blinll be exhaust
ed before proceeding with the trial
of the cause befoie the Court, a new
list of fifty names shall be prepared
in thejinanner provided in Section 1
of Chapter XY1L, Laws of 1870.
and such taicsmen as may be re
quired shall lie diawn by the Clerk
from such lit. And new lists of
fifty names shall be piopared fiom
time to lime a1 may be requited.
The person-? wliosi names are 'n
drawn ha!l be forthwith summoned
to appear :w juiors in I lie cause on
Siction '2. All laws and parts of
laws iiicmiMstcut herewith aie Iieie
' fcieition !. This Act shall t-d;e
i-f feet from and after the date of its
i bird reading of bill to tepeal the
law lelating to the shipping of Ha
The bill passed. Jt docs away
with all the ic-trielions lieietofoie
existing against the shipping of Ha
waiian seamen on foreign vessels.
Third i eailiug of bill to prevent
the counterfeiting of foreign postage
l'assed, on motion of Rep
Thiid reading of bill to
the fire limits of Honolulu.,
Minister Peterson asked
was the bill that the committee
ported with their amendments.
Rep. Lucas said it was, and mov
ed the bill pass. Carried.
Second reading of bill to encour
aao, railways on the Island of Ha
waii. Minister Peterson moved the bill
be deterred till the O.ihu Railway
bill is under consideration. Car
ried. The bill relating to lodging
houses was deferred owing to tho
absence of the introducer, Noble
Second reading ol bill to prohibit
bat bed wite fences.
Minister l'c'.pr-nu moved the bill
le referred to the committee on
Noble Maisden moved it be in
Refeircd to committee.
Second reading ot bill to amend
Sec. I'm, Civil Code, a3 amended in
1882, lelating to auction licenses.
(Introduced by Minister Spencer.)
Rep. It. AV. Wilcox moved the
Minister Peterson was in favor of
the bill, but doubted if Urn provi
sion was not too sweeping, which
said "that no holder of a retail li
cense shall be entitled to a license
to sell at public auction." lie mov
ed, therefore, that the bill be re
ferred to the commerce committee.
Second reading ol bill to provide
for the quieting of titles, estates,
and interests in leal property. (In
troduced by Noble Cornweli.) Con
sideied with majoiity and minority
enorts of judiciary coininilUm, re
spectively, for and ngains-t its pass
age. "Noble Cornweli held Hint this bill
would be a very useful law. Similar
laws existed in almost every other
civilized country. He could say
that it had nothing to do with any
present interest of his own. Jt was
a haidslnp that the holder ot pro
perty should be impeded by claim
tints to tho title without any means
of biinging the matter to a judicial
lest. A claimant might wait to just
short of twenty years and then
bring a suit. Ho moved tho bill
pass, to lie read a third time Thurs
day. Rep. Nawalii repeated tho argu
ment of his minority report against
the bill. It would encourage per
sons without title to make vexatious
claims, nnd, if defeated in one divi
sion of the Court, lie might renew
his claim in probate.
Noblo Crabbo favored tho passago
of the bill. His tille'had been as
sailed in one caso and ho only won
aftor incurring costs of a thousand
dollars. He (lid not think the bill
would prejudice the interests of na
tives. Rep. Kalua supported the major
ity report of the committee signed
by him. The provisions of the
bill woio different from those
governing n cuit in ejectment.
It a man's estate was claimed by
another, under tho proposed law,
the first could compel the second to
come into court and prove his claim.
Tills nrnviaion would be for the
I benefit of everybody,
: HONOLULU, H. Li AUGUST 20, 18lJ0.
Rep. Rofa though, tho linn, mem
ber for Hilo was labnting under a
misapprehension of the object of
this bill. If a piobate court desig
nated the heir of a certain estate,
that did not. prevent another parly
bringing in a claim against the heir.
The ptocecdings would not hind
any person not served with a pio
ees. Minister Peterson favored the
passage of the bill.
The bill passed, and is as follows:
Section 1. Action may be brought
in tlieSupiemc Com tor in any tff
the Circuit Courts by any person
against another person, who claims
adversely to the plaintiff an estate
or interest in real property fot the
purpose of dctei mining such adverse
Section 2. Any person may lie
mado a defendant in such action
who has or claims an interest in the
property adverse to the plaintiff, or
who i3 a necessary party to a com
plete determination or settlement of
the question involved therein.
Section !. J fat the time of the
commencement of such action the
property in question is in the pos
session of n tenant, the landlord
may be joined as a party defendant.
Section -1. If in such action t he
defendant disclaim in his answers
any intetest or estate in the pro
perty or suffer judgment to be taken
against him without answer, the
plaintiff shall not recover costs.
Section .". This Act bliall lake,
effect fiom the date of its passage.
Second leading of bill relating to
licenses issued by the Intel ior De
partment. (Introduced by Minister
Minister lliown moed the bill
pass. It waa so plain as to lequire
L'ep. Nawalii objected that some
evil-disposed poison might tear down
the license when exposed n: required.
Rcp.ivauhi approved of the bill.
The hill passed, to be lead alliitd
time Thursday. It reads as fol
beclion 1. Kroni and after the
passage of this Act, all persons
holding license from the Interior
Department for any class or kind of
business shall keep said license ex
posed to view in some prominent
place, convenient for inspection, on
the piemises for which the samu is
granted. Any failure to comply
with the requirements of this Section
shall, upon complaint to the nearest
Police or District Justice, subject
the party or firm, under whoso name
the license is held, to a fine of not
less than $10, or moie than $50.
Section 2. If any person or per
sons holding a license from the In
terior Department shall close out,
transfer or assign the business for
which said license is held during the
term for which the same was issued
they shall within thirty d.i3's from
thedate of such closing out, trans
fer or assignment, notify the Min
ister of the Interior of such fact in
writing, and return said license to
the Intei ior Ollico for cancellation
under a penalty of $100 upon com
plaint to any Police or District Jus
tice. Section !. All licenses issued by
the Intciior Department shall bo
sitnicd bv the Minister of the Into-
lior or his Chief Cleik, and im
pressed with the seal of the Depart
ment. Section !. This Act shall become
a law on tne date ol its appiovai,
and all l.iws or p.irls of laws incon
sistent heiewith are hereby repealed.
Second reading of bill lelating to
The bill passed as follows, to be
read a third time Thursday:
Section 1. That Section 2 of an
Act entitled "An Actio piohibit the
peddling and hawking, for sale ot
cakes of every description in this
Kingdom without a license" approv
ed July l.'lth, A. D. 187-1, be and tho
same is hereby amended so as to
lead as follows:
"Stctiou 2. The Minister of the
Interior may issue a license to any
one applying in writing for the same
for the peddling and hawking of
cakes on any one of the Hawaiian
Islands for one year; provided that
the applicant hhall be a resident of
the Island for which he appjies to be
licensed and provided also that the
application sliall.be accompanied by
the written recommendation of the
Sheriff of the Island lor which the.
license is required. The fee for
each license shall be the sum of
p. or. "
Section 2. This Act thall become
a law on the date of its approval.
Second reading of bill to provide
for the more clllcicnt medical and
sanitary adminUlintlon of the, pub
lic institutions of the kingdom. (In
troduced by Minister Peterson.)
Road a second time by title and,
on motion of tho introducor,rofencl
to tho sanitaty committee.
Second rending of bill to enable
trials of cases to be proceeded with
in the Supreme Court in addition to
the trials regularly holden beforu
the Justico presiding at the term.
Rop. Kalua moved tho bill pass,
and, after remarking on its merits,
moved the previous question, which
The bill passed, to bo read a third
time Thuisdny, and is fully ex
plained by its title.
Second rending of bill granting a
francliibo to the Hawaiian Gas Co.
Dcfcncd on account of absence of
tho introducer, Rep. Drown.
Second reading of bill to en
courage the establishment of steam
communication between Tahiti and
the Hawaiian Islands,
Rend a second timo by litlo and
1 referred to select comnditeo on cor-
responding item in Appropriation
Second reading of bill relating to
marriage and divorce. (Introduced
by Rop. White")
Rend n second limo by title and
referred to tho judiciary committee.
Second reading of hill to rcgulato
the importation, sale, mid use of
opium and preparations thereof, in
tho islands of Hawaii, Maui, and
Oaliu of this kingdom. (Introduced
by Rep. Lucas.)
Read a second lime by title and
referred to the select committee on
Second reading of bill relating to
the sale of salmon. (Introduced
by Rep. Waipnilaui.)
Reail a second time by. title.
Rep. Kalua moved the bill bo laid
on the table. At present anyone
could sell nil the salmon lie pleased
on paying a license of $20.
Rep. AVaipuilani moved the bill
pass to engrossment.
Rep. Kalua changed ins motion to
one of indefinite postponement.
(Roth members speaking together
the president raps for order.)
Rep. Kalua said the bill came in
llrst and the petitions nfterwnid,
showing that the introducer had
written to his constituent1: to get
their backing for ids bill.
Rep. Waipnilaui interrupted the
statement with a denial.
Minister Brown said that after the
amount of money voted thus far lie
did not wish to see the taxes further
reduced. The .salmon licenses yield
ed $270 a year, and this bill pro
posed to i educe tho amount one
half. The $l!5o saved would not
amount to much for each seller of
salmon in the kingdom.
Rep. Nawalii thought if the peo
ple ot Kona were given much salt
salmon, with the scaicity of water
in thai region it would cause much
dhtress among the people. (Laugh
er.) Rep. Waipnilaui thought it hard
that n general dealer, who could sell
everything from a needle, to an
anchor, had only to pay $.")() for a
license, while the salmon dealer had
to pay $20 for soiling his single arti
cle. (More laughter, to which ;
Chinese auditor contributes an un
Noble W. Y. Horner criticized
the blurring and ridieulo to which
the lion, member had been subject
ed. The lion, member was doubt
less honest in Ins motive nnd the
speaker was quite aware that he was
pleading for some poor Ilnwaiians,
to whom $10 was quite a large sum.
lie seconded the motion to pass the
The ayes mid noes wore called on
the indefinite postponement of the
bill as follows:
Ayes Ministers Rrnwn, Peterson ;
Nobles AVidemann, Midler, McCar
thy, Kauhane, Hind, Rurcliardt, An
deison: Reps. Raker, Kanealii,
Noes Nobles Reiger, Pua, Crab
be, J. M. Horner, Marsdcn, W. Y.
Horner, Kanoa; Reps. Cummings,
Marques, Luca-, R. W. Wilcox, Rosa,
Rush, Kauhi, Nawalii, A. Horner,
Waipuilani, Apiki, White, Htdslead,
Kamai, Rice, A. S. Wilcox 20.
The bill passed, to be lead a
third time Thursday.
A motion to adjourn was post
poned to allow nonces of committee
meetings to be given. Tho Presi
dent called attention to the large
number of select committees out.
KKl'OHT Ol" SPECIAL COMMlTTim.
Noble Widcmann presented the
report of special committee on items
ol the Government Survey, recom
mending $5(1, 900 to be appropriated
as follows :
Suivey of Molok.u
Kxpenscs field woik
llmncptciid sui vcy . ...
Office cvpi'iirei-., iu.stiunicnts,
Committee make several recom
mendations in matters of detail.
Lniil on tal Ic tQ be considered
with the Appropriation Rill.
I ho llousu adjourned at -I
Mrs. EvaM. Joluison, Artist,
Studio, No. 27 Altikea Htroct.
Fornieilyof New York, would Inform
the public that she U prepared to fill
all oi dors for Pasted, Oil, Water Colois
nnd India Ink Portraits.
ts?" Samples of work can he f.een at
.Studio and Hamilton Houe Pallors.
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
At'CGUutauts, Collectors, OoiamUslon Agcutt mid
Oastoui Houi.8 IJrokorB.
Am at all times prepared to per.
fnun any ib)eriptluti of ( lerieul Woik,
such as Auditing Aecouui.s, Pobtiiiri)
'I'ladesiiii-ii's Hooka, Mukiiu; Inventories
of Block, Kngiolnt; Ia; Dncimrcnts,
Kto. Compcieui tied Iteliuble Freight
Clerks for the delivery and tnlhinj; of
C3f0fllce at UubTAOB & Robehtson's,
Queen ntreet Post (Hllui llox 18'J, Mil
tual Teleiihoiio 1H; Hell Teluplioiio 414.
Mutual Telephone Company,
AIjL subscribed" whoso rental aro
tluee mouths overdue and un
paid on .September 1st, will bo discon
tinued on tho switchboard of tho Com
pany. Per outer.
O. Q. BERGER,
030 td TrouBtuer,
Win. C. Irwin. . President it Manager
Glaus Sprcokeh Vlce-Proshlout
Secretin y & Treasurer
Then. 0. I'oi Icr Auditor
aoi:nis or am:
or Snii-I-'rnurlsrn, C'n.
H$f Wm. P.. Irwin Sc Co.. (L'd). have
nimicd tint :ia-t(ts unit liabilities uf the
Into flini of Win. O. Irwin A; Co.. nnd
will continue the general bushicm
fomieilv entiled mi bv Hint house.
i n -
TS hereby given to
all persons that at
JL a meetine: of the shareholders of
Win. G. Irwin & Co, fL'iD, held on
the 31st day of July, 18!0, it was voted
to accept the Charter of Incorporation
dated July 1M, 1SH0, and granted to
them and their associates and successors
under the eorpoiato mime and style of
Wm. G. Irwin &. Co., Limited.
And that the Coiporation under s;dd
Clmi lor was duly oigauizd, and elected
the follouinsr, named officers, vi.:
President & Manager
William O. Irwin,
Vieo-l'i-et-ldi'iit. . . Glaus Spreokids,
Secretary it Treasurer
W. M Giffard,
Auditor T. C. Porter.
Notice is ul.o given that, puisuaut to
tlio terms of said Charter, rro stock
holder shall be individually liahlo for
the debts of the Corporation, beyond
the amount which f-ball he due upon
the share or slmies owuel or held by
himself. YV. M. GIFFARD,
Pccietaiy Wm. O. Ii win & Co , L'd.
IS hereby given to all persons that at
a meeting of the shareholders of
lMniihnti Plantation Co., (L'd), held on
the 1st day ol August, 18'.i0. tt was voted
to accept the Charter of Incorporation
dated July 2J, 1SSI0, and jjianted to them
and their associates and successors
under the corporation ii.une nnd style of
Paauhau Plantation Co., Limited.
And that the Corporation under said
Charter was du'y organized and elected
the following nainciFofileers, viz.:
l'ic-ddmit Wnr. G. Irwin,
Yiee-I'i esidciit .... Clans Spreekels,
W. M. Glffaid
Notice Is also given that, pursuant to
the terms of suld Climtei, no stock
holder bhall be individually liable for
the debts of the Corporation, beyond
the amount which shall be due upon the
fchate or shares owned or held bv him
self. ' AV. M.GIFFAUD,
Secretary l'anuhiiu Plantation Co.
A Cure for Influenza !
DR. tOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of tint best remedies
ever prepared for; coughs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, and a great lellef to
whooping cough and tluoat affection.
Ask for Dr. Lozier's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at.
And HKNSON, SMITH .t CO'.S.
I find your "Cherry CoidI.il" tho best
medicine wo lime ever used for conghH,
colds and Jung tioublo. All of our Na
tives, Poriiigiume, Chinese and Japanese
will uso rro other. I use nothing else lit
my owrr family. Youis truly,
C. A. OIIAPIN,
Malinger KohaU Sugar Co,
Wo bnvo sold a large quantity of your
"Chi'iry Cordial" at our plantation
stoie, both nt Kcalhi and Knpair, and
can cheerfully rccommand it for hion
Very resjiectfrilly yours,
fiO.1 if Treasurer Maleo Siigur i;o.
KEAWI Iteaus for cattle at 61.25;
100 pounds or 1 lug. 23 cents.
Also, Native Hay. Apply to McOidlmn
at Kaplolanl Park. at. horns of 2 noon
orC y. M.. or by Slutunl Telephone No.
31, G-2 U
Oceanic Sieansi Count.
From San Francisco.
Lcavo Duo nt
S. P. Honolulu
KealandiA Aug 23. . . . Attg IU)
Alameda Kept 20. . . .Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Xonlandia... v. .. .Nov 15 Nov 22
Alamedn. . . .v. ... Dec. 13 Deo 20
For San Franoisoo.
Lcnve Due at
Alameda Aug 0.. ..Aug 23
Mariposa Sopt ,'. . . .Sept 20
Zealandia Oct 1 Ont 18
Alameda Oct 29. . . . Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 20 Deo 13
Zcalandia Deo 21..... Jan 10
Inlormcdiatc S. S. Australia.
Friday . .
. Deo 5
Friday. . . Auk 20
AiilNim Mill Service
Viill SAA' tftt'AIWJSL'O,
Tho new ami flue Al steel steamship
Of tlieOceamcStenutchli) Company, will
lie due at Honolulu fiom Sydney
ami Auckland on or about
A U 23. 890.
And will leave for tho above port with
mulls and pa2?engcrs ou or inout inut
. For fieltTht or tmasaire. Ikivihp KIT.
IBTVIK & CO.. Accnts.
new and flno Al steel Bteaujsum
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Aug. 30, I8S0.
And will lrnvc prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for tho above ports.
For freight or passage, liavihR SU
PER10R ACCOMMODATIONS, applj
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Aeents
tSy-Otir New Artotypo Illustrated
Catalogue sent free on application.
1 18 HUTTEK NT.,
San Fi-nneisco, : j Cnliromln.
No. 30 Huninu 8t. P. 0. Box 267.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had 10 years experience In
the bushiest, I am prepared to manu
facture to order fashionable hand
sowed Ladles' & Gentlemen's Boots &
Shoes. Also, French & American Boo(s
& Shoes received by every steamer.
Prices reaponable. I solicit your pat
ronage cut :lm
Hub removed fionr Fort rtreot to Ro-
hollo Lnne, Palsuia.
Office Ilouns: 0 a. m. to 12 m. ard
r. m. to 0 p. m.
Mutual OOBaTELnPHONE8j6yEoll 475
Manufacturer of Ladies'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SKIH 8IIB0S SUriF. TO OUDE1I.
I'ecced or Metvcit ; also. MaildleH.
88 Nuunnu St., : : : P. 0. I3ox 203.
COO KBM & CO.,
No. CO Nuuaiui St., Honolulu,
And dealers hi nil kinds of
CanHlmereti ami Varulshiue Uoodri.
Also, n full stock of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Good tit guaranteed. r!7 :im
A NATURAL Mineral Water. For
IV. sain only by
0 , . . . W. S. LUOK,
Solo Agont & Importer for the Hu
wnllarr Islnidt. mi t
1 FIREWOOD for sale at Hawaiian
Commercial BalosroomB, corner of
Queen and Nutinmi otreett. Qt) tf