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NO. 77 FOltT STREET.
First Annual Cash. Clearance Sale I
Commencing Monday, Aug. 18lh, for Two Weoks only.
Great Reduction in all Departments to make room for Goods to arrive
Calicos, 22 yank for $1.
Gingham, 10 uiid 12 yards for $1
Sateens, 7 yards for $1.
Tabic Linen, XnnltiiiH,
Black Cashmeres nnd Merinos, 40c
yard and upwards.
Coloi el Wool Press Goods, 10c yai d
Indies' & Ohildi en's Hosiery 1 rarrd
kerehiefs. Embroideries Glove?, Mitt, Uih-bons,
r.nvi'ln, Sheet irr. Ktc,
Sporinl bargains in Muck Lace
R F. EHLEES &
ut iravtrv saris icicx.
HAVR ."IflT HKOKlVKH A VKUY I.AKOK ASSOUTVIKNT Of
Dressed & Undressed Kid Gloves
IN ALL LENGTHS.
CURTAINS IN LACE, SGffl, IMS & ANTIQUE
In Qieai Variety. New Goods in all Departments.
gjtT Our Dressmaking Department under the management of MISS
CLAKK will be re-opened about May 12th.
We Desire to Call Your Attention To
For Lubricating the ValvcB and Cylinders of Stoara Engine.
VALVOLINE is an earth oil specially piepared under the highost steam
heat and from which all volatile and earthy matter hah been oxpolled by a
pioceaB which leaves a puro and heavy oil, which picenls the eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. This
was the first Mineral Oil" introduced for steam cylinders and has been in con
slant use over eighteen yeais.
S0F We also manufacture Superior Machine and Spindlo Oils for all
clashes of machinery.
.Leonard. Ac JEllis-,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. 001 3m
" Dlnionct KloeUV" Won. SC .& O-T ISiiifrT (-!-
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TEN, CGPJtEB AND
Sheet Iron Work.
f'ftW'JJT iLJggga.'JWI UM' UJ I'
CASTLE & COOKE,
IM PO ItariCKS.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements
Cupunlurn', Blacksmiths', Machinist' Jr Plumbers' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Kitrhnu Uloneilij, Palntc, Oiln, Varnishe, Lump GotuIm mid
Stake's Steam Pomps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, fl Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr, Jayno & Sons Family Medicines.
The House lesnmed at 1 :.i0.
' Thlul lending ot hill to extend
the time for completing the Intel
island cable. Considered iu con
nection with petition of creditors of
Hawaiian Pacific Cable Co., praying
for the passage of the bill.
Hep. Lucas moved the hill pass.
Rep. Drown asked if a now eon
tract had been made.
Minister Hi own nnsweiod there
had not, unless the old contract was
extended by the present bill.
Hep. Lucas held that the exten
sion of lime would extend every
thing. All was left to the approval
of Hie Minister of the Interior, and
ho would have to approve ot the
work before a dollar could bo paid.
He could sec no reason for obstruct
ing this bill. Some membeis of the
House were like the do in the
nunger, that would neither eat the
hay nor let anyone else cat it.
Noble llaldwin had never believ
ed much in this cntei prise as a pay
ing one, but if the company wanted
moic lime, after haviim; sunk a cer
tain amount of money, it would be
only just to giant it, especially as
no other company was likely to en
ter into competition. The law pre
vented any money being paid until
the work was done satisfactory. If
completed the cable would be a good
thing for the country.
Noble IJuichardt considered the
ditllculty was that another company
might vvant to take the wotk. If an
ocean cable was to be laid, the com
pany doing so would probably be
gl-ul to get the local liallic. Il
set mod to him that this company's
franchise would prevent an imei
national cable company from lining
cables betwien the islands. They
hud -rei what a cable Air. Haitholn
mew had attempted to lay, and he
should like to tic assuied that a. (Un
able cable would be laid before
granting the extension.
Hep. Lucas said theic was nothing
in the law to prevent an ocean cable
company lajing a cable. Theie was
nnthingso very much out of tho
way in the mishaps that arose out of
an ciror of judgment as to tho ma
terial previously employed. The
speaker gave instances of where a
cable would have pioved beneficial.
The bill passed.
Consideration of the Appropria
tion Bill in committee of the whole.
Rep. Bush was called to the chair.
Sec. 8. Roads and Bridges
Makawao, 10,000. Passed.
Rep. Kamai moved Sift, 000, as
there were petitions for bridges that
would nearly use up the item. Car
ried. Rep. IJ. W. Wilcox- moved to in
sert. Improving road from Makena
to Keonionio, $100. Carried.
Road from Lahaina to Maalaea,
Noble Cortiwell moved 825,000.
and argued that the item in the bill
would not complete the road.
Noble Baldwin would like to say,
for the benefit of those not acquaint
ed with the circumstances, that this
was one of tho most necessary roads
to be completed in the kingdom.
The. late Ministry deserved credit
for having expended 815,000 on
this road. Tho present goat path
connecting Lahaina with the other
side was expensive on account of
steep grades, while the new road
was on an easy grade and would he
less costly to maintain. He sup
ported the amendment.
Noble Isenbcrg could not see the
importance of this road. ITo had
ridden over to Wailuku very com
fortably on the present trail. There
was no land in sight which could be
converted into homesteads. People
attending court at Lahaina had a
delightful ride over tho present
i onto. He could not see whero the
country was to receive benefits from
the new road commensurate with
the proposed cxpcndituic.
Noble Baldwin was surprised at
the remarks of tho lion. Noble, who
must have gone over the road just
after tho supervisor had been over
it with a gang of men. The hon.
Noble would not find it so pleasant
if he traveled over that road at his
present weight now. There were
good roads on the hon. Noble's isl
and of Kauai, over which he could
ride comfortably iu his carriage.
Ccjlainly the Government would
notget immediate returns from tho
outlay, but the day had gone by In
this country when "the people wero
contented with goat paths. There
wero always people tiayeling over
the route.they wore to be met going
up or down the hill at all times.
Uep. WhlU moved $30,000, so as
to provide for a road from Kahaku
lon. Passed at $25,000.
Rep. Whito moved to Insert,
Road from Lahaina to Knluikulon,
Noble Baldwin said people had
written to him about this road, and
he hail intended to pioposo an item.
Tho Lahaina fund was spent at La
lmina, and this load needed to ho
Oalut Waimea Bridge, S'2000.
Minister Spoiled moved (HfiOO.
Careful estimates had been made
within tbo past week, showing that
it would cost the amount he moved.
It was a most nocessary work.
Rop. Paobaole moved to Inaert,
before Oahu items, Fall roUd at lva-
laa, Motokal, $0000. Carried.
Rep. Rosa moved an Increase for
Waimea bridge to 85000. Carried.
Kwti and Wnianac, 8G000. Pass
cd. Mneadanmingand paving Streets,
Honolulu, S75, 000.
Rep. Cu minings moved $100,000.
Noble Isenbcrg moved the item
be shuck out. They had already
appropriated 853,000 for Honolulu
atreets, nlso 80,000 for suppoit of
prisoners, which meant $40,000 of
work on the Btrcets. There was abo
an enormous road tax in this Dis
trict. Kauai always showed a sur
plus on account of prisoners, whllo
Oahu showed a deficiency. This
was because work on the roads by
prisoners hero was not credited.
Rep. Lucas supported the item,
referring to the impoilantnew road9
contemplated to Round Top, etc.
The piisoners of the other islands
were sent here, and Honolulu had
to suppoit them.
Rep. Brown favored the item but
thought the work would be done
moic economically by contract than
by the Government itself.
Rep. Rosa thought something
Hhouhl be done to get better pave
ments. He did not believe iu the
contract system. The contractor tor
the Punchbowl road bad lost money,
and that would likely be the case
with other contracts, while the roads
would bo no better.
Passed as in the bill.
Rep. Brown was after a little
money, and seeing the House iu a
libpral trami! of mind would move
to inseit, Roads in Manoa Valley,
$1000. The people there paid theli
due propoition of taxes, j'ct the
roads were in n disgraceful condi
Rep. U. W. Wilcox moved to in
sert, Road up Kalibi Vallov, on east
and west sides, $10,000.
Rep. CnmmingB moved the item
be divided equally between the two
Ben. Brown in ved to amend to
87000 for both.
Rep. Rosa said that an apptopiia
tion had been made last session, but
the Ciovernment instead of upending
it on the road intended had opened
a new road through the Kutnelia
melia School lands. The late Min
ister of Jntcrior thought that when
the specific appropriation was ex
hausted he could draw on the gen
eral fund for the specific purpose,
but the Supicmo Court had given a
decision thai this could not be done.
Kalihi raised more fruit than any
othei valley in tho kingdom, yet it
was the most uncomplaining of districts.
Passed at 810,000.
Road over Nuuanii Pali, 35,000.
Rep. Kalua moved $40,000.
Every session there was an appro
priation, and they ouuht to vote
enough at once to finish it.
Noble Isenbcrg would be ery
glad to support tho motion if $40,
000 would complete it, but be did
not think it would.
Noble Crabbo told of a man in
the reign of Kamehameha V. who
made an offer to make the road. He
thought 840,000 would be enough to
make a good carriage road.
Noble J. M. Horner said these
items weic put in after estimates
were made, and he objected to rais
ins items just because some, mem
bers "believed" it necessary.
Noble Crabbe said his lonson was
that a good road over the Pali would
induce people to make their homes
on the other side.
Rep. Nawalfr thought some mem
bers did not know what they wanted,
and moved to incrcaso items because
they "guessed" tho estimates weic
too low. Perhaps the Minister could
give them some light.
Minister Spencer belirvcd the
work could be dono for $35,000, but
would prefer it passed at 810,000,
because he would like to make sure
of completing the road.
Passed at 840,000. .
Hep. It. W. Wilcox moved to in
sert, Roads in Koolaupoko, $5000.
Road to open Government lands
back of Honolulu, 817,500.
Noble Crabbe asked for informa
tion. Minister Spencer said it was in
tended to start from Punchbowl and
go round by Round Top, opening
up considerable Government land
Rep. Rosa moved the item bo re
ferred to a select committee. There
wero many prominent residents will
ing to tako np land there for sum
Rep. Brown was opposed to the
item at first, but would now have it
referred to a committee. Ho had
been informed that Boveral residents
would bo glad to buy land there,
where the temperature was as agree
able as could be got on any of the
other islands. Tho Government
would probably got 8200 to 8350 an
acre, and the buyers would bo ob
liged to improYo tho land.
Noblo Baldwin had often wonder
ed tho people ot Honolulu did not
occupy and improve the high lauds
birrrounding tho town, It thoso
lauds were on the other islands they
would have been improved long ago,
IIo had a houso on tho slope of I(a
leakala, where blackberries and
raspberries grew like weeds, and
Honolulu peoplo often applied for
the use of the house for a few weeks
The motion carried.
Rep. It. W. Wilcox moved to in
sert, Road from Kapiolani Park
rouud. Diamond Head to Waialao,
Rep. Kalua suggested reference
to the select committee on aid to
MMjprafNyowawiw'i fmfi iii(BrgMywggJa"x!WMiMi'wiiiiiiwMay
. 4-1 05
Rep, Drown remarked on tho fit
ness of that committoo's dealing
with tho road.
Rep. Wilcox withdrew his motion.
Kauai Bi Inge Wailna llivor,
Rep. Knudscn had seen a great
deal of money voted for other
islands, and didn't want Kauai made
the stepchild. For that reason he
would move to Insert $5000 for re
opening the old load round Kauai.
AtKilanhann they would find tho
very finest view ou the islnnds.
Bep. A. S. Wilcox moved to In
sert, Road from Kalalau to Hacnn,
82000. It had been recommended
by committeo on o petition. Car
ried. Rep. Rice moved to insert, Roid
to Huleia, 8500. Carried.
Rep. A. S. Wilcox moed to in
sert, Roads In Ilanalei, $5000.
Rep. Brown reminded members of
tbu Supreme Court decision, to the
effect that whero there was a speci
fic appropriation the general fund
could not be touched for the muni!
The motion carried.
Rep.' White moved to insert, under
Mnttl, Road in ICaula Vallny, $5000.
Rep. Paehaolc moved to insert,
under Maui, Bridgo at Honoultwai,
Noble Baldwin moved referenco
to a special committee. Carried.
Addition to Honolulu Klectric
Light System, $44,200.
Noble Muller moved reference to
a special committee. Carried.
Encouragement of coffeo culture,
Rep. Knudscn wanted information
as to how the money was to tie
sppiit in one place or to coffee
groweis all over the inlands.
Minister Peterson said there were
several bills for the encouragement
of coffee, and he moved thin item
be referred to a special committee,
to which the bills might also be re
Inter-Island Cable, $25,000.
Minister Brown had a number of
items he wished inserted. TJrey re
presented payments made under this
head after the close of the past
biennial period. It was necessary
to appropriate tho amounts so ns to
have the tieasnry IiooIjb balanced.
Wbanes at Hookena and
Kcnuhou 24 87
Wlmives at Ktiunukakai,
Kunulu, and Pukoo . . . 12S0 58
Extension ind lupnir of
wb.uf at Niiwiliwili 458 25
Survevs for llamnUirn Wuler
Ditch , 1511 82
Surveys of streams in Koh.r-
hi mountains 1492 27
StOML'o Reservoir in Nuu
Road from L'lhaiua to
Rep.iiis to bridge at
wai, South Kohulu.
Punchbowl Hill Road
Biidgc at Waruku, Mouth
Kolmlii 8 00
Road Tax unexpended, Lu
nar 122 00
Sewerage of Honolulu, plans
and specifications 12CO 00
Passed item by item.
Noble Phillips said this was a
fitting place, after having voted the
cost of plans and specifications for
sewerage, to insert 8125,000 for
carrying them out. He spoko of the
necessity of sewerage to mako mo
dern cities sanitary, instancing the
devastation of Buenos Ayres by n
plague that visitor! it when it had no
bcwcrs. J he Government shoulrt
bring in a bill to provido for the
Minister Peterson agreed with the
sentiments of the hon. Noble. The
Government had not brought in a
bill bocauso they could, not see their
way clear to getting the money.
They had Intended to ask for 810,
000 to enable them to remove gar
bage, so that private householders
would bo relieved of the exponso.
Noble Phillips asked if rt was in
tended to provide a crematory for
Minister Potorson replied that it
was, but he would move to have it
inserted in the first section.
Noble Phillips accepted the Min
isterial statement arid withdrew his
Boord of Education New School
Ren. It. W. Wilcox moved to ra-
fer to select committee on school
Rep. Marques said they bad ,al
ready considered the matter, and
considered tho amount was required.
Minister Brown moved to insert,
Repairs and permanent improve
ments to boarding schools, 810,000.
This ended the bill, excepting
items in tho hands of committees,
and the committee rose.
Rep. Bush presented the repoit,
which was adopted.
Tho President appointed tho fol
lowing select committees:
On coffeo item Brown, Waipui-
lani, Kahookarto, Anderson, Knurl
ben. On electric light Muller, Bergor,
Phillips, Cornwall, Nawahl.
On $17,500 Item, Government
lands road Rosa, Brown, McCar
thy, R. W. Wilcox, dimming.
On Immigration Horn Baldwin,
J, M. Hornor, Isenborg, Maofar
lane, Spencer, ,
The House adjourned rtt 4:!0
Wm. G. Irwin. . President it Mnnngor
Clans Spreckels Vlco-Pr esldent
Secretary & Treasurer
Oceanic lisliip goip'f.
AUK.NTS OK TUB
or Hon KranclRco, Cu'.
IWin. O. Irwin & Co., (t.M),havo
assumed die Msets and liabilities of tho
Into Hi in of Wui. O. Irw hi to Co., and
will contbum tho general bUHlnoss
fottiU'ily cuiiletlnu by itiut house.
From San Francisco.
Lcavo Due at
S. V. Honolulu
Zealandift. . .. .. .Aug 23,. ..Aii( 30
Alameda Sept 20,...Snpt 27
Mariposa Oot 18 Oct 25
Zealandia Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Deo 13 Deo 20
For San Frnnoisoo.
Leavo Duo at
Alameda Aug C. ..Aug 23
Mariposa Sept 3. . . .Sept 20
Zealandia Oot 1 Oct 18
Alamoda Oct 2'J . . . . Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 20 Deo 13
Zealandia Doc 21.... Jan 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Lcavo S. P.
Friday. . .Aug 15
Friday . . Sept 12
Friday. ..Oot 10
Friday. ..Nov 7
Friday . . . l)oo 5
Leave Honolulu i
Friday... Aug 20
Friday . . Sept 2ft
Friday.. .Oct 24
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Friday. ..Deo 18
Mstralian Mall Service
FOU S.VN FKANCISCO,
The now and flnu At steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu from Syduoy
and Auckland on or about
Au?, 23, f 890.
And will lcavo for tlio abovr-
malls and passengero on or
For ficlgln or pneiuii'p, uimnir SU.
PEHIOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, api.ly
WE Q. IRWIN & CO., Agent.
IS hereby Riven to all persons that at
a lncetliiK of tho shareholders of
Wm. O. Irwin & Co , fL'd), held on
the 31st day of July, 181(0, It was voted
to accept rho Charter of Incorporation
dated July 24, 1890, and giauted to
them and their associates and successors
under the corporate name and style of
Wm. Q. Irwin &. Co., Limited.
And that tho Corporation under said
Charter was duly oiganlzed, and elected
the follow Inu named olllceis, viz:
President & Manager
William G. Irwin,
Vlee-l'ri'Rltlent. . . . Clans Spreckels,
Secretary A Treacurer
Auditor T. C. Porter.
For Sydney and Aucklana.
The new and firm Al steel slcMuabip
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Sou
Francisco on or about
Aug. 30, 1890.
And will have prompt dhpatch with
mails and passengers for tho abovo ports.
For freight or passage, havlnir SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. O. IRWIN & CO.. Agenta
Notice l- also gheo that, ptireuaut to
tha toiuiR of said Charter, no btoefc
h.rlder shall bo individually liable for
tiro debts of the Corporation, boyorul
tho amount which shall be due, upon
tbo share or sbiuos ownel or held by
himself. W.M. G1FKARI),
Secretary Wm. O. Irwin & Co., L'd.
IS hereby given to all persons that at
a meelruir. of tho bhaieholders of
Paaubau I'lanratlon Co., (IA1), held on
the 1st day of August, 1890. It was voted
to accept tho Charter of Incorporation,
dated July 24, lB'JO, and granted to them
and their associates and successors
under the corporation name and style of
Paauhau Plantation Co., Limited.
And that tho Corporation under snld
Charter was du'y organized and elected
tho lollowing'nameu ofllcen, viz. :
President Wm. G. Irwin,
Vice-President. . . . Clans Spreckels,
Seiuctiiiy fc Treasurer
HAIHRSITH & FIELD,
. . . :
Notice Is also alv
the terms of said Charter,
.! U - l.
nun uiui, jMiiMiuiii in
11 bo dire upon the
holder shall be
the debts of tbo Cor
the amount which Bhu
share or shares owned or held by blni
self. W. M. GIFFARD,
Secretary Paauhau Plantation Co.
A Care Jor Influenza ! -
Dlt. LOZIER'8 HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR.
DIAL, oue of tho best remedies
ever prepared for coughs, asthma, hmff
and chest trouble, and a, great; relief to
whooping cough and throat affection,
Ask for Dr. Lozier' Hawaiian Cherry Cor.
dial sold at
HOLLISTEIt & CO'S.,
And HKNtiON, SMITH & CO'S.
I llud your "Cherry Cordial1' the best'
mcdlclno we have ever used for coughs,
colds and luntr trouble. All of our Na
tives, Portuguesv, Chinese and Japanese
will use no other. I use nothing else In
my own family. Yours truly,
O. A. OliAPIN,
Manager Kobala Sugar Co.
Wo have sold a largo quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
store, both at Kealla and Kapaa, and
can cheerfully rccommand it forbiou
Very respectfully yotirs,
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COS tf Treasurer Makeu Suitor Co.
REAWI Deans for cattlo at 3 1 .S5 ;
100 pounds or 1 bag, 2.1 ctuitp.
Also, Native Hay, Apply to McCulIum
at Kaplol&ni Park, at hour of 12 uoou
oT B r, M., or bV Mutual Telephone jfg,
Ot. C22 I m
Having had 10 years experience In
the uusluesa, I am prepared to manu
facture to order fashionable hand
sowed Ladles' & Gentlemen's Boots &
Shoes. Also, French & American Boots
& Shoes received by every steamer.
Prices reasonable. I solicit your pat
ronage. 094 am
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort street to Ilo.
bello Lane, Pairma.
Opficu nouns: 0 a. m. to 18 u. ard
1. . to 0 p. u.
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resized or Hewed; also, Maildlea.
38 Nuuann St., : s : P. O. Box 203.
GOO KIM &, CO,,
No, co Nuuanu St., Honolulu
And dealers in all kinds of
CBBaluteres and Farnlsblna; tioodd.
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Ooodi.. Good lit guaranteed. 547 Urn
A NATURAL Mineral Water.
" sale only by
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