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NO. 77 FORT
First Annual Cash. Clearance Sale I
Commencing Monday, Aug. 18th, for Two Weeks only.
Great Reduction in all Departments to make room for Goods to arrive
Calicos, 22 yards for $1.
Gingham, 10 anil 12 ynuk foi 1
Sateens, 7 yards for $1.
Tabic Linen, Xnyliins, ToucIm, Sheeting, lite, Kic,
Ladies' AChildien's Hosieiy Hand
kerchiefs. Embroideries Gloves, Mitt, Rib
B. P. EHLERS & CO.
41 JTOXiTV MXJL-CICISX.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A VEKY LAKOK ASSORTMENT Of
Dressed & Undressed
IN ALL LENGTHS.
CURTAINS IN Lil
In Great Vaiicty. New Goods in all Dupai Intents.
g&T Our Dressmaking Dep.utnient under the management of MISS
CLARK will bo re-opened about May 12th.
We Desire to Call
For Lubricating the Valves and
VALVOLINE is an eai th oil bpecially pi opared under the highest &lonm
heat and from which all -volatile and earthy matter hab been expelled by a
process which leaves a pure and heavy oil, which provents the eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. This
was the fust Mineial Oil intioduced foi steam cvlimleis and has been in con
stant use over eighteen years.
gjSF" We also manufactuic Supeiior Machine and Spindle Oils foi all
rlabi-ert of machinery.
Leonard Ac UEIIbm,
HONOLULU IKON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. fli am
JOHN NOTT, ".
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping; Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 Sheet Iron. Work.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Ballders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', lllncksmillis', Machinists' & Plumbers' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lauip Gondii timl
Blake's Steam Pomps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr, Jayne & Sons Family Medicines,
and Merinos, 40c
yard una upwauis
Colored Wool Die-sOond", 1 Oi
Special bat gains
in Black Lace
Your Attention To
Cylinders of Steam Engines.
-U-U-U'-ILJ J 'lU'LU- - ' J-1
Fiuday, Aug. 22.
ut! itvoos sr.sstov.
The House to-assembled at 1 10.
oHoru or 'nil, uvv.
Conoitleratinn of (he two lailwav
Kep. Hrown moved that lite Oalnt
jailway bill as amended by commit
tee bo considered section by section.
Noble Hind moved it be indefln
Noble J. M. Horner moved it pass
Kep. Hrown said that if the bill
was indefinitely postponed it would
prevent the company doing any
thing. He knew that Noble Hind
only objected to any money being
paid to the enterpiise by the llov
oinment, and would ask the linn.
Noble if such was not the case.
Noble Hind answered that pin
moleis of the road had told him
they could not build the road with
out Government aid, and from that
he knew that it was no use to pas
Noble Widemann said the bill was
a matter of n-eal importance to the
country. He hoped the motions to
pass the bill in block and that to in
definitely postpone it would be with
drawn. The limine should consider
the bill and there being no objec
tion to the first bcclion it should
Noble J. M. Horuei wanted to
discuss the principle of both lailway
bills befoie considering this one
section by section, as if the House
was going to reject them it was no
use taking up time with details. He
moved that the bill and petitions be
rend and considered as a whole.
Tim President considered it would
be bettei to decide the pies1inn as
In 1 lit acceptance or li'jection o the
Hep. Kalua said the Hawaii taii
way was not bcfoie Hie House. He
was in favm of the indefinite post
ponement of the bill. The commit
tee had not done their woik thor
oughly. They had not told the
House what the Government had
done foi the company, giving it va
luable maritime piivileges on the
west side of the linibor. The bill
proposed to extend tho exclusive
franchise to the company for fifty
years, in addition to showering pri
vileges on it. 'lhe company had
done a great deal of damage to the
harbor by the way it built its wharf.
It would cost the country hundreds
of thousands of dollars to keep tho
i haibor clear of the silt caught by
the railway. The Government might
as well build the line and make it a
present to tho company. It was
going to issue a great amount of
bonds and the Government was atk
ed to back these bonds. Had not
the Government done enough for
this company already in giving it
propei ty and lemisbion of taxes,
without hacking its bonds and pay
ing it a subsidy on tho mileage?
The Hamakua railway was a differ
ent mattci, not aftected by the de
cision on Ibis bill. Nothing had
been done toi the Hamakua rail
way et, whet cms a meat deal
had been done ior the Oalin railway.
The great sugar industry was not
staited by the Government, but by
the brains and energy of its pio
neers. Where wab the money for
all the stock reported sold by tho
company, or was the stock given
away to favorites? Whv not apply
the proceeds, if they are so great,
to the extension of the railway?
Noble Widemann said that the re
mission of taxes was given by the
Legislature and the Government
had nothing to do with it. With
regard to the damage done to the har
bor he had spoken before and would
probably have more to say on it.
But that had nothing to do with this
bill, the work was there whether the
country had any lemedy or not.
This bill was for 'another matter al
together and he, as a rcpicsentative,
would say that the company should
have tho fianchise asked." It was
certain that if this road was built
nobody would want to build 'another
through the same country. Thero
was scarcely room for two lines,
much less woik for two. They had
nothing worth very much to give to
the company, and ho saw no i casnn
for refusing the small benefits re
quested. Noble Macfarlanc had not been in
favor of the original bill, was not in
favor of all that was in this bill, but
thought the question should bo fully
considered, and thought they should
go into committee of the whole.
Hep. Kiokard was in favor of inde
finite postponement. Ho was as
sure as that he stood there, that this
bill was imposing heavy obligations
on the Government that would have
to be met one day, and the country
could not nffoid to nssumo the bur
den. If he had live millions of
money wanting investment ho would
keep it in his pocket rather than in
vest it in this railway. Ho wanted
to know why this Government should
obligate itself to guarantee interest
on a railway to reach lands that wcro
now reached by vessels. It was not
like running a railway from Han
Fianclsco to the interior of the
United States, over seas of land,
which would open up millions of
acres of territory, this running of a
railway over a narrow strip of sand
to nowhere In particular. They
were asked to grant or guarantee
nine thousand dollars a mile, but lie
would Uavo no objection to Jt if bo
savjr any chance of the Government
: HOMUiiUliU, U. I., AJJGUST 23, 1SU0.
getting any return. With an appro
priation of four million dollars
already, where wcio they going to
get the money to pay the obligations
inum icd by this bill? Ho stood
there without fear or favor and op
posed the bill without nny disicspcct
to tho promoters of tho railway. If
the Hamakua railway bill contained
lhe same demands as this one, he
would oppose it with equal earnest
ness. The motion to consider the bill
section by suction in committee- of
the whole carried, and the House
went into committee under the chair
manship nf Noble McCarthy.
Hep. Kalua moved that the House
be recommended to indefinitely post
pone the first section and the whole
Hep. Hrown moved Hint the House
be recommended to pass the (list
section and the whole bill. He con
sidered that the exclusive franchise
amounted to nothing for the country
to give, but it would bo a great deal
to the company, if tlie company
could not obtain the money in these
islands, the exclusive fianchiic
would assure capitalists abroad that
no other compnny would be in the
way. Ho suppoitod this bill as
submitted by the committee. Men
tion had been made of the large
amounts called for by the bill. Not
one dollar was demanded excepting
the subsidy of live hundred dollais
a mile for live years. This was for
main track alone, nothing lor side
tiacks. And for the next fifteen or
twenty yeais the most that the Gov
ernment would have to pay, at the
woist, would be 100 a mile; while,
tor whatever tho Government might
have to pay as interest, it would
have a pietei red claim on the com
pany's propei ty, net only to tint
of the rioiidholdcrs whose money
built the toad. Hut he did not be
lieve the Government would ever
have any inteicst to pay, so 111 in way
his faith in the Oahu Hallway. it
would open up huge tiactsol fet tile
Noble Hind Why not build loads
Hep. Hiown lephed that it he had
as much money as tho lion. Noblo
he would. Theie was no harbor
where vessels had safe shelter on the
Koolau side except Punaluu. If
railway went round by the east side,
it would strike chain of sugar and
rice plantations all the way, inclu
sive, fiom Waimnnalo to Kahtiku.
He would not havesigned this report
if he had expected that the Govern
ment would have to pay the interest.
Itep. Hickaul expressed confidence
in the honest intentions of the com
mittee. The subsidy was for an
unlimited mileage. Theie were level
tracts wheie miles and miles could
lie laid down at less than $8000 a
mile. If the railway could not pay
its way and fell into the hands of
tho Government, what would it be
worth to the Government? The
Government would be saddled with
a large debt and a valueless railway.
He had no objection, however, to
the lii st section passing, but, to
save the time of the committee, he
would strongly support the indefi
nite postponement of the whole bill.
Noble J. M. Homer was sin prised
at the course taken by his lion, collea
gues from Hamakua., They objected
to the country incurring any ribk of
debt. Within the past twenty yeais
the taxable property of the country
had increased two hundred percent.
That was done by addiifg improve
ment to improvement, and planta
tion to plantation. If this process
was to btop now tho country would
have no more dollars fifty yeais
hence than it had to-day.
Noble Hind What about the
Noble Homer was not talking
about the Kohala railway, but about
the principle involved. They had
voted nearly 8400,000 for the educa
tion of the childieu of this country,
but what would be the uso of educat
ing them if there was to be no open
ing for them?
Hep. Ilicknrd expected valuable
results from tho education, but none
f loin such a railway as this.
Noble Horner wanted to know how
certain districts could be developed
Itep. Rickaul was replying, when
Noble Corn well lose to a point of
order, which was that the House,
had committed the bill for consider
ation by sections.
Noble Widemann raised the point
that if the lion. Nobles from Hama
kua were going to carry on a con
versation, they should go outsido
for the purpose. (Laughter.)
Noble Horner continued. This
measure promised to give a great
deal of employment to labor, as
well as open up inuoh country. The
bill of last session only passed by
one of a majority, and look at what
had been done under it. The rail
way had earned 85000 last month.
Noble Hind I should like to see
Noble Widemann, referring to a
remark of Kep. Hickard, that he
would not put $.r in tlie enterprise
without expecting $G back, said lie
would not complain if we got 4
back out of tho 5. He foresaw
great good to the country fiom tills
bill, and hoped that not only would
we get our $5 back, but 80 and
Noble" Baldwin favored proceed
ing with tho bill. lie did not np
provo of the policy of auarauteolng
interost on private investments, but
believed that tho company should
havo material assistance from the
Government. If the bill was lode
flnitoly postponed It would ttop the
extension of tlie railway wltogetyev,
Hep. Marques was strongly op
posed to indefinite postponement,
as he considered it a very good bill.
In the discussion the interests of
the workingmen had been over
looked. Smco the toad had been
begun $221,000 had been paid for
mechanics and laborers' wages.
This was for 17 miles of road, show
ing that about 81,000,000 would be
expended for labor to build the re
maining 7fi miles. Of tho labor
heretofore employed !1S percent was
native Hawaiian. Tho ties for the
road w ere chiefly of ohia wood from
the island of Hawaii, the supplying
of which represented a large indus
try in itself. Where had the money
from the bonds gone? Well, this
S221,00O was a good deal of it. The
speaker referred to the benefit to
native lands along the line, and to
the country from the founding of
Noble Ciabbe quoted statistics of
aid given to railways by the United
Hep. White spoke at length
against the bill, quoting the list of
bondholdeis, and using the fable of
the eameli'tting his nose into the
tent as a warning against its pas
The committee rose and reported
progicss, and the House adjoin ncd
Numerous Maps and Sketches,
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
02T :iw 41) Moii'lmnt nt , Honolulu.
I'lioroiiral -:- Hiimif
.taml foi a
slioil tliiu nt
Greeofleld Stables, Kaplolani Park.
Dukk Sw NCKit Is a dark bay, 4 vears
old; stands lrj hands hisfh; kind and
1 IS Y T C! K.K 12 :
By Duke of Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spoueoi bv Noifolk
2nd dam Hullcilni...liy Imp 1! iliownlc
.lid iliitil Hi mile Pauou
by Imp. Shnmiock
4th dam Ida lv bnn Ihilshuar
fith tlnin Madam Hosley (Gamma's
Dam) by Hi Richard
0th dam Nuiiev Nlehol.. .by imp. Ilnglc
7tli dam hVr. nosley
by Wilkes1 Wonder
fith dam bv Ohiuitlolerr
Oth dam bv imp. Sterling
lOth dam '....by Olodlus
II Hi dam by linp.SHvereyc
I'Jth dutii bv imp Jolly Roger
tilth dam "...by imp. 'Paitner
1 f tli ilatn by Imp. Monkey
lolli dam imp. mare froni the stud of
llaulhou, of llrainlou
US?-Rest of cine taken with animals.
In ciho of accident no le-ipon-MlHty
wljl be .T-sumed.
W. IF. RTCKARD,
J)r. Joseph Unas'
Hog & Poultry Remedy !
The Only Scientific Swine Remedy.
It costa to(feed Haas Remedy, as a
pieventlvo and arrester of descoge, from
no cent,s to iSl pur hog during its life
time. figyFor sale with Instructions for use
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
020 aw MFoitHtieet.
Mrs. EvaM. Johuson, Artist,
Studio, No. 27 AlnVoa Btroot.
Ponnerlyof New York, would Inform
tho public that hho Is prepaieil to till
till ordera for Pasted, Oil, Water Colore
and India Ink Portiults,
tSS" Samples of woik can be neon at
Studio mid Hamilton limine Purloin.
HEWETT Se JACOBSEMT,
Accountants, Oollootoni, Commission Agouti and
Oaetom Hoast Brokers.
Are at all times prepared to por
foim auy description of Clerical Work,
such as Auditing Accounts, Posting up
Tradesmen's Rooks, Slaking Inventories
of Stock, EugrosBlng Legal Documents,
Eto. Oompeteut unit Reliuhlo Freight
Oleiks for tho delivery and tallying of
tarOftlCC at llUBTACIt & ROBBHTSOH'fl,
Queen street. Poet Otllco Ros 18U, Mu
tual Tulonljoijo 10i Bell Telcphouo 4H.
Win. G. Irw in . . Pi cshlcnt fc Manager
Clans Spreckels Vice-President
Hccrctai y & Tret Mirer
Ttieo. (J. Poi lor Audltoi
acii:ms OK THI!
or Knn I'iuiicIsco, Cn'.
SgyWm. G. hwln & Co., (I.M). have
assumed the nsl anil liabllltti's of tho
latefliui ot Win. G. Itwhi A Co., unit
will continue the general busliie'8
foimeily oairletl on bv that house.
IS heiohy glum tt all persous that at
a meeting of the shareholders of
Wm. G. Iivvbi & Co, (Xi'd), held on
lite lst day of July, 181)0, It was voted
to accept tiie Charter of Incorporation
dated July '24, 1890, and gi anted to
them oud their associates and successors
under the corporate name and stj'lo of
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited.
Aud that lhe Corporation under said
diiuter was duly oigauicd, and elected
the follow iusr na'iueu olllecrs, vl:
President & Manager
William G. Irwin,
Vlee-Pi evident Clans Spreckels,
Seciohiiy it Tieasnrcr
VT. M GIffaid,
Auditor T. O. I'orter.
Notice iif also nheii that, pilisuiuit to
the terms of said Cbaitcr, no etoek
holtfei shall o Individually liable for
the debts of tho Coipoiatinu, beyond
the amount which Klmll bo due "upon
thoRhaieor shues owiip 1 or held bv
himself. W. M. OIFFARD, '
.Seeittary Win. G. Ii win A Co., L'd.
IS hereby iri en to all persons that at
a mictliur tif the stinieholdeis of
Paniihau Plantation Co., (L'd), held on
the lbt day of August, 1890. it was voted
to accept the Chattel ot lucoiporatiou
dated July 24, 181(0, and gi anted to thorn
and their associates and hiiece,ssorn
under the coipoiation name and style of
Paauhau Plantation Co., Limited.
And that the Corpoiatlon under said
Charier was du'y organ ii-chand elected
the following mimed oflleeis, l&. :
President... Win. G. Iiwln,
Yu e-Pi esldent .... Claus Spieckels,
W. M. GIffaid
Notice is :i1m given that, pursuant to
the terms of said Charter, no stock
holder t,hall be individually liable for
the debts of tho Corporation, beyond
the amount which shall be duo upon the
bhaie or 'shares owned or bold by him
self. W M. GIKFARD,
Secretin y Paauhau Plantation Co.
A Cure for Influenza f
DR. tOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of the best remedies
ever prepared for coughs, asthma,' limg
and chest trouble, and a grcutrollef to
whooping cough and throat affection.
Auk for Dr. Lozier's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at
And RENSON, SMITH & GO'S.
1 Hud your "Cherry Cordial" the best
medicine we have ever used for coughs,
cold a aud lung trouble. All of our Na
tives, Portuguese, CluucsoamlJapaneso
w ill use no other, I uso nothing else In
my own family. Yours, truly,
O. A. CIIAPIN,
Manager Kohala Sugar Co.
Wo have sold a large quantity of your
."Cherry Cordial," at our plantation
btore, both at Kealia and Kapau, and
can cheerfully i ecpinmaud It forbion
Voiy r6spectfully yours,
Gko. K. FAIROniLD,
00r tf Tieanurei jilukeo Sugai Co,
T EAWI Reifns. for cattle at il.2r.j
J.' 100 pounds' or 1 bag,' 5 ceutH,'
Also, Native Hay. Apply to JlcCnlhini '
at Kspiolanl Park, at hours of 12 noou
ore V, it.) of by jrntiinl Telephone No,
3L fl!!8 1m
Oceailc Ulcisliip Goi'y.
From San Francisco.
Leave Duo at
K. P. Honolulu
Zoalandia Aug 2.1. . . . Am; 30
Alameda Sept 20.... Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18. . . ...Oct 26
Zealandia Nov 10 Nov 22
Alameda Dee 13 Dee 20
For San Francisoo.
Leave Due at
Alameda Aug 0. . ..Aug 23
Mariposa Sept 3....Sopt 20
Zealandia Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 21) Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 20 Deo 13
Zealandia Doc 24.... Jan 10'
intormodiate S. S. Australia.
Friday... Aug 2i
Friday . . Sept 20
Friday.. .Oct 24
Friday... Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 18
Australian flail ServicB
FttU SAN FltAKUIHCO,
The new and flue Al steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steannhtii Conipnuy, w 111
uo due at Honolulu fiom Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Au;r, 23, I 890,
And will leHVc for tho above port with
mailB and pajEongers on or ubout thai
For freight or pannage, having fc.U
PS1IIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. O. IRWIN & CO., Affont.
For Sydney and
Tho new nnd nno Al steol stoMDship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Aug. 30, 1890.
And will have -prompt diupatoh with
mails and passengers for tho above ports
For freight or passage, having BTJ
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS. amlv
WM. G. IEW1N & CO.. Aeenti
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118 HUTTF.tt HT
Ban Francis, : t California.
No. 36 Nouiinu St, P. 0, Box 287.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had, 10 years expedience in
tho business, I am picpared to manu
facture to order fashionable hand
sowed Ladies' & Gentlomen's RooU &
Shoes. Also, French & American Boots
& Shoes received by every bteamer.
Prices reasonable. I solicit your pat-touuKf-
lroy or "Wanton.
Fiirnituro moving a speciality. Bag
gage delivered with promptness and
caro to any port of city. Stand, 'corner
of King and Bethol streets. Bell Tele,
phone 470, Mutual Tolephono CJ.
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort otreet to Ro-
bello Lane, Palexna.
Office Houns: 0 a. m. to 12 u. ard
r. u. to 0 p. ji.
Mutual G08-aTELEPII0NE8,JrBell 475
coo KBeyi &.CO.,
No. C9 Nhuonu St., Honolulu,
And dealers In all kinds of
CuMHlmercB and Varnishing Uootld,
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Qoodfe. Good lit guaranteed. CI7 8m
A NATURAL Mineral Water. For
sale only by ,
o , . i . r w' R' LU0E -Sole
Agent & Importer for thqjHu-
wailan Elands. - - 623 tf
I7URKWOOD for sale at Hawaiian
; Commercial Salesrooms, corner of
Queun and Nuuanii Urceli. 4ft9 tf
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