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NO. 77 POUT
First Annual Cash
Commencing Monday, Aug. 18th, for Two Weeks only.
Great Reduction in all Departments to makeroom for Goods to arrive
Calicos, 22 yards for $1.
Gingham, 10 and 12 .vault, foi fl
Sateens, 7 yards fot $1.
Table Linen, Xitpklns, Towel. Sheetings VAv., V.ic,
Ladies' ikChlhltcn's Hosiery Hand
kerchiefs. Etnbioidorics Gloves Milt, llib
B. F.-BHLBBS & CO.
no irorcr stckjeiqx.
HAVE JUST Kr.Cr.lVEl) A VKIIY I.AKGE ASSORTMENT OP
Dressed & Undressed Kid Gloves
IN ALL LENGTHS.
CURTAINS IN LACE, SCSI, MADRAS k ANTIQUE
In Great Vaiiuly.
gjST Our Dressmaking Department under
CLAKK will be re-opened about May 12lh.
We Desire to Gall
For Implicating tho Valves and
VALVOLINE is an earth oil specially prepared under the highest steam
heat and from which all volatile and earthy matter has been expelled by a
process which leaves a pure and heavy oil, which presents the eating away
of bolta and keeps the cylinder and piston packing peifectly clean. This
was the first Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylindeis and has been in con
stant use over eighteen yeais.
gpfTWe also manufacture Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
clasMJS of machinery.
Leonard &c jSllis,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
" Dimond Bloclt," Nos.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COFFEE AND
993 Sheet Iron Work.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', Blacksmiths', Machinists' &, Plumbera' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, Taints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
Blake's Steam ramps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayno S Sons Family Hedtclnes,
cfji'ujitiiiH''titBii.rc:iKiJii'aii!aaqi -i li
Black Cnshtneies anil Merinos,
y.ml and upwuuls.
Colored Wool Dtow Goud-", 10o yaid
Lace, Ladies' diemine, Shuts,
in lllark Lace
Goods in all Departments.
the management of MISS
Your Attention To
Cylinders of Steam Engines.
CO., Sole Agents. coi
O & tV King Street.
At Eemond Grove !
Oil SATURDAY, All. 3011.
TRAINS WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
ut 1:00, '.'too, 11:00, 7:CU antllitOO
o'clock i. M.
TRAINS WILL Ll'.AVE REMOND
GROVE at 1:10. fi:(Ui, 8.:0, 1'-:II0
anil 1 J : 1 o'clock i. w.
To commence after the aulv.il of tho
first tiaiii, consisting of ltaseb.ill, Sack
and Foot Races, Apples on theStilng.
anil other panics to amuse young and
old. Suitable picscnts will be awarded
to the successful competitors.
Dining tlic afternoon and evening hj
the Royal Hawaii in Hand.
DANCING AT 7 P. M.
KOI J SAN FIIANCIHCO,
'1 lie Al Stcnnsliip
Will liave Honolulu fot the above
Friday, Aug. 29th,
For Ficight or Passage, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., I'd,
038 lw Ascitic
Mrs. Eva M. JD&nsoB, Artist,
Studio, No. 27 Alokoa Street.
Formerly of New Yoik, would inform
the public that she is prepated to till
all ouleis for Pastels, Oil, Water C'olois
and luili.i Ink Pot traits.
tSF" .Samples of woil; pan be seen at
Studio and IlamiHou House Pailor.
TMIK next teitn
1st. New oiiijUs
should 'apply t once. For tin tlier pa: -licuhii's
AVsr. u. oleson,
figS 21 1 1'ihielpal.
A NICELY Fin nished
Ft out Room at No.
I Adams Lane.
A NEATLY Furnished
Ft out Room with board.
Fott st. oppo. Chinese Chinch.
COTTAGE on School street
near Nuuanu avenue,
containing 4 rooms and kit
chen, pat tlally furnished. Apply
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
TO rent or lease a Cottage
with about four rooms;
about 10 minutes' walk fiom
town; on King or Ilcretauia stieets, to
wards tho Plains piefcucd. Address
"L. & P.," this office. C22 tf
LELEO Stable? at present
occupied by Hawaiian
Tinnsfcr Co,, pm mission
given August 1st. Apply to .1 'w
ti09tf J. a. WALKER.
NOTICE to HORSEMEN!
npho Celebrated Run-
hi" Stallion "rfhe-
naudoah" will stand
this season at the
For fuithcr particulars
at the Daily
Mutual Telephone Company,
ALL sttbscribesr whoso rentals ate
tin eo months ovcidue and un
paid on September 1st, will bo discon
tinued on the Hwitchboaid of the Com
pany. Per order.
O. O. BEROER,
fi30 td Tieasiuor.
HON. S. 31, DAMON -will act for me
under full power of attorney,
during my ubscuco from the Klugdom.
iv. i', AivuniN.
Honolulu, July 31, 1890.
: HONUUJLU, H. 1 AUtiUtfT 2(5, 18U0.
Monday, Aug. 25.
The House resumed at 1 : 10.
Noble WUlcmnrm stated that lie
liatl listened with patience to the
ntgttmenls advanced, but was not
convinced. It was enough for the
Ministers to give the olfiecs. It
should be ours to fix the salaries.
It the arguments arc correct we had
belter pass our Appropriation Hill
as follows: lie it resolved that 1,
f00,000 bo approptiatcd for tho
uses of this Government to be dis
bursed as the Minister of Finance
Rep. Waipullani agreed with No
Noble Bnrclmrdt considered that
while the salaries in Honolulu might
be flKcd by statute, some latitude
should be given the Minister o" the
Hoard in dealing with the country
dislth'ts. lie had given reasons to
the committee for taising tho salary
of a physician in his district. There
ought to hp a fund from which the
Hoard could draw for cases of einei
genoy. Hep. Riclcard favored the increase
of the amount asked for in the bill.
A great deal had been said about
the kind of service given by physi
cians in districts throughout the
islands. It was impossible to ex
pect the services lequired for the
salaries lcconitnendcd. From S.r00
lo 800 a year was not enough for
anyone worthy the name of a physi
cian. A doctor who had a tange
of from five to fifty miles required to
keep four or five horses, and it
would take the whole salary in some
cases to feed the horses. He moved
to increase the item to S45,U00.
Noble McCai thy was afraid the
lion, member from llamakua was
tunning away with the idea that
these amounts were salaries the
same as those paid lo other CSovcrn
ment ollictals. These items were
rather in the nature of subsidies to
induce doctors to stay in those dis
tricts. (Noble Isenbcrg That's
right.) The speaker was in favor
of voting for an item to a doctor on
Molokai, but $3000 for the two
years was more than any doctor, ex
cept ono in Kona, was receiving.
He would move that $2-100 be added
for a doctor there, making ths en
tiro appropriation $42,400.
Rep. Rickard was aware of the
nature of the items. He did not
suppose a doctor could exist on $50
a mouth, but the subsidies in some
cases were too small for the services
required. Therefore he still ad
hered to his motion for an increase.
Noble Widemann said the hon.
member fiom Hainakua left entirely
out of the question the fact that
some of these positions were sought
for with gteat eagerness, and in
such cases it would be absurd to
raise the pay. Once he engaged a
doctor, who came here as physician
on a steamer, for his plantation,
giving him $000 and the Govern
ment $000 more. This doctor was
given a house and made comfort
able, but he left for a little move
pay to settle at Waiahm. A man
had been shot at Waialtta and there
was no doctor to look after him, and
it was argued that there should be
a doctor at Wainlua in case some
body else might be shot. Then he
hired another doctor, paying him as
much as the two salaries paid his
predecessor, but before long he
found that this doctor was also un
der the Board of Health. Some
thing ought to be done to prevent
the President of the Board hiilng
his son-in law and paying him what
ever he plcascdontofthepublictreas
ury. He would move that the recom
mendations of the committee be
adopted, with the additions moved
by Noble McCarthy and Hep. Rick
ard, or $14,400"altogether.
Minister Peterson claimed that the
emergency fund would not meet the
cases for which it was intended. No
matter how gi eat the extra service
performed, according to the deci
sion of tho Supreme Court no money
could be drawn out of that fund for
any district receiving a specific ap
propriation. And if the amount
voted to any district was not suffi
cient to induce a physician to settle
there, the Board would bo helpless
to fill a vacancy however important
it was for the district to have a
Noble "Widemann asked if the
same principle would govern all the
departments of government.
Minister Peterson replied that nil
might uot be so vital as this service.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox was in favor
of having the salaries voted separ
ately as proposed by Noble Wide
mann. lie did not know whether
these doctors did any good. The
death rate had increased with the
increase of doctors in the country,
just as lawsuits increased in a com
munity with the increase of lawyers.
In many cases disease was spread
by those doctors using impure vac
cine matter. Tho Attorney-General
had shamelessly sent policemen to
Molokai to fight the people instead
of going there to conciliate them.
Rep. Ivauhi spoke at length on the
inefllcacy of doctors.
Passed at $44,400, with commit
Rep. Kalua moved that the re
maining recommendations of the
committee bo recommended to the
House for adoption.
Noble J, M. Horner protested
against the proposal to put a laymau
at tho head of the Board of Health,
It would be ns wise lo put n layman
Into the Attorney-General's olltce.
Noble Widemann raised the point
of order that this question was not
before the committee of tho whole.
Hep. ICalua replied that the whole
report was laid on the table lo bo
considered with the Appropriation,
President Walker (from his No
ble's scat) considered the whole dis
cussion out of order. The matter
was one for discussion in the House,
as the committee of tho wholu was
only sitting on the Appropriation
Noble Mttller moved llic'commit
tee rise and report progress, saying
his intention was to move the next,
order of tho day, the railway bill.
Rep. Paehaole appealed to the
The Chair ruled the discussion out
The committee rose and Noble
Phillips presented the report, which
The House adjourned at 3
From Bremer Rathskeller,
From Aug. Reuter, Ruedeshelm,
From J. C. Glade, H. Lahnstcin.
For -ale at all pi ins by
Numerous Maps and Sketches,
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
020 3w 40 Merchant St., Honolulu.
riioiwliM -:- Hunning
Will stand for a shoit time it
Greenfield Stablos, Kapfolanl Park:
Duki: Si'hNCKit is a dink bay, -1 years
old ; stamls Ifijj lunula bigli;'kliul mid
P1SDTOK 10 M :
By Duke of Norfolk.
lt d.un Lou Spencer bv Not folk
2nd dam ltnllp)lim...by Imp ltnbowulc
:!id tluiii lleimie Funow
by imp. Shamrock
4th dam Ida by hup. Balsluuzar
."ith dam Mad'iin Bniloy (Gamma's
D.un) by hir Richard
Ctb dan) Nancy Nlchol.. .by imp. Eagle
7th d.un Itet. isosloy '.
by Wilkes' Wonder
8th dam by Chanticleer
'.Mb diiui bv imp. Sterling
11th (him by Imp. Silvereye
12th d.im by imp. Jolly Roucr
I'.lth d.un by imp. "Pnitner
14th dam by Imp. Monkey
loth dam imp. nriie fiom the stud of
ll.iuihon, of Uiamlon
83ST Rest of earn taken with animals.
In ease of accident no lesponslbllity
will bo assumed.
W. IT. RICKARD,
022 tf Honolulu, Hawaii.
Dr. Joseph Haas
Hog (I Poultry Remedy!
Tha Only Scientific Swine Remedy.
It costs to feed Haas' Remedy, as a
pioventlve and arrester of deseuse, from
CO cents to $1 per hog during Its life
time. gyFor sale with instructions for use
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
020 2w fig Fott street.
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
Accountants, Collectors, Commission AgonU and
Custom llonse Broken.
Are at all times prepared to per
form any description of Clerical Work,
such as Auditing Accounts, Poatfng-up
Tradesmen's Hooks, Making Inventories
of Stock, Engrossing Legal Documents,
Etc. Competent aud Reliable Freight
Clerks for the delivery and tallying of
BSrOfflce at Hustace & Robertson's,
Queen street. Post Ofllco Box 189, Mu.
tual Telephone 10; Bell Tolophono 414.
A GOOD Cook for u rauoh on Hawaii.
Apply t thio olllcu, 609 it
j ja jl
Ill Mil HO,
Win. G. Irwin. . Pi csldcnt fc Manager
Clans Sprcckels Vice-President
.Hccrelnry & TreaMti or
Thco. O. Poitcr Auditor
AUKNT3 OK THK
Of Mnu Kraiirlttrn, CaK
J-Wm. O. It win & Co.. (L'd). have
assumed the assets and liabilities of tho
late thin of Wm. O. It win & Co., and
will continue the general business
finnii'ily win led on bv that house,
IS heieby given to all persons that at
a meeting of the Bhaicholdcrs of
Wm. G. Irwin & Co , (L'd), held on
the 31st day of July, 1800, it was voted
to accept the Chaiter of Incoi poratlon
dated July 24, 1S!)0, and gi anted to
Uiem and their associates and successors
under the corpoi ate name and stjle of
Wm. G. Irwin &. Co.. Limited.
And that tho Coiporation under said
Charter was duly organized, and elected
the following named olllceis, vu:
Pi csldcnt & Manager
William G. Irwin,
Vice-President Clans Sprcckels,
Secretin v it Ti casui er
W. M Giflaid,
Auditor T. C. Porter.
Notice is also gUen th-it. pursuant to
the terms of said Chatter, no stock
holder Bliall be individually llablo for
tlte debts of the Coipoiatlon, beyond
the amount which shall bo due upon
the share or shares owun.l or held by
himself. W. M. GIFFARD,
Secretary Wm. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.
TS heieby given to all
poisons that at
JL a meeting of tho
Paauhaii Plantation Co., (L'd), hold on
the 1st day of August, 181)0. it was voted
to accept the immter ot incoi poratlon
dated July 24, 18110, and granted to them
and their associates and successors
under the coipoiatlon name and style of
Paauhau Plantation Co., Limited.
And that the Corporation under said
Charter was du'y oigauizcd and elected
the follow lug named olllceis, vl.. :
Prosideut Win. G. Irwin,
Vice-Pi esident . . . . Clans SprcckelP,
Secietiiiy it Tieasiuer
W. M. Giff.ird
Notico is also given that, pursuant to
the terms of said Charter, no stock
holder shall be Individually liable for
tho debts of tho Coipoiatlon, beyond
the amount which shall be due upon the
shaieor shaicsowued or held by him
self. W. M. GIFFARD,
Sccretaiy Paauhau Plantation Co.
A Care for Influenza !
DR. tOZIEfi'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of the bet remedies
ever prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, and n great relief to
whooping cough and tin oat affection.
Ask for Dr. Lozior't Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at
HOLLISTER & GO'S.,
And BENSON, SMITH & CO'S.
I find your "Cherry Cordial" the belt
medicine wo baio ever used for coughs,
colds and lung trouble. All of our Na
tives, Poitugueso, Chinese and Japanese
will use mo other. I use nothing elso in
my own family. Ydurs ti uly,
O. A. CIIAPIN,
Manager Kohahv Sugar Co,
Wo have sold a largo quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
store, both at Kcalia and Kirpaa, aud
can cheerfully recommaud It forbion
Very lespectfully yours,
Gi'.o. E. FA1RCI1ILD,
CO.'i tf Treasurer Makeo Sugar Co.
KEAWI Boans for cattlo at 81.23:
100 pounds or 1 bag, 25 conts.
Also, Native Hay. Apply to McCullum
at Kaplolanl Park, at hours of 12 noon
or 6 i M., or by Mutiiul Telephone No.
31. 022 lm
mmnmmmimnmimimmimW3mmwmilkwm ih n IimMJhfA
From San Francisco.
Leave Duo at
, S- P. Honolulu
Zenlandin Aug 2H. . . . Aug .'10
Alameda Sept 20. . . .Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zealandia Nov 1!i Nov 22
Alanioilii Doc 13 Deo 20
For Sun Franotsco.
Alameda Aug 15.,
Mariposa Sept l. ,
Zoalandia Oct 1..,
Alameda Oct 21).
Marinosa Nnv 9ft
. ..Aug 21!
. . . Nov lfi
Zealandia Deo 2-t Jan 10
Intormediato S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F.
Friday... Aug 2il
Fiidny ., Sept 2(i
Friday.. .Oct 24
Fiidny... Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 18
Friday... Aug 15
Ft id ay.
rmi SAJI VKAXU13UO,
The new and line Al etcul Btcamiibip
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
ho due at Honolulu from Sjdtiov
and Auckl'iml on or about
Au 23, J 890.
And will leave for the above port with
mails and pasbengers on or about that
For freight or pnsnage, having SIJ.
PEItlOH ACCOMMODATIONS, apt.ly
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Agenta.
For Sydney and Aucklanu.
The new and fine Al steol gto&mahip
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Aug:. 30, 1890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for the above porta.
For lrelght or paseago, having SU
PEUIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IBWIN & CO.. Arrents
BOur New Artotype Illustrated
Catalogue sent free on application.
J 18 SUTTER ST.,
Han Francisco, : s CaUrornln..
No. 30 Nuuanu St. P. 0. Box 207.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had 10 years experience fn
tho business, I am piepared to manu
facture to order fashionable hnnd
sewed Ladles' fc Gentlemen's Boota &
Shoes. Also, French & Ameilcan Boots
& Shoes leceived by eveiy steamer.
.Prices reasonable. I solicit your pat
ronage. 004 !lm
Powell's Baggage Express,
Hiay or "Wiiaoii.
Fuinltiuo moving a speciality. Bag
gago delivered with promptness nut!
cine to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King and Bethol streets. Bell Tele
phone 4TJ, Mutual Telepbono 57.
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort ctrcet to Rn.
hello Lane, Paleina.
Officb Hours: 0 a. m. to 12 m. ard
p. m. to 0 1. u.
Mutual G0aaTELEPIONE8jtyecll 475
410 tf .
coo Kim & co.,
No. CO Nuuanu St., Honolulu,
And dealers In all kinds of
CasHlmeroB ana JParalglilnc tiooito.
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Good lit gu.uanteed, 517 ilm
A NATURAL Mineral Water. For
sale only by
, . W. S. LUCE,
Solo Agent & Importer for tho Ha
wallan Islands. , 52a tf
FIREWOOD for salo at Hawaiian
Commercial Salesrooms, corner of
Quean and Nuuanu afreets. $ tf
uimiiii Mail Service
HAMIE1SITH & FED,
sfto 11 1
S ell Qwlli r-
5 N S
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