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m - " 1,0I!T HTKBKT- SIXTY FOrUTII VA
First Annual Cash Clearance Sale !
Commencing Monday, Aug. 10th, for Two Weeks only.
Great Reduction in all Departments to make room for Goods to arrive
Calicos, 22 yards for .fl.
Gingham, 10 ami 12 yard for .ft.
Sateens, 7 yards for $1.
T.ible Linen, XitpkiiiK, Towel. SluuMiiigs, VAc V.U:,
Ladies' & Children's Hosiery Hand
kerchiefs. Embroideries Gloves, Mitt, Ribbons,
B. I. EHLE
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HAVE JVST HKCEIYHD A VERY I.AHOE ASSOUT.MUNT or
Dressed & Undressed Ki
IN ALL LENGTHS.
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In Great Variety. New Goods in all Departments.
gZ0 Our Dressmaking Department under the management of MISS
CLAHK will be re-opened about May 12th.
We.Desire to Gall
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For Lulnicating tho Valves and
YALVOLINE is an earth oil specially prepared under tho highest steam
heat and from which all volatile and earthy matter has been expelled by a
proceed which leaves ti pure and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing peifectly clean. This
was the lirat Mineral Oil intioduced for steam cylinders and has been in con
stant use over eighteen year.
g&Ve also manufacture Supeiior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
clause of machinery.
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HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. coi 3m
" Dittiond Bloclf," Nos. OG &, 7" Kinff Slrooi.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lauras and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
FLUIOnre, TIM, CQPJfEB. AHB
993 Sheet Iron Work.
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Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
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Oarpenlors', Blacksmiths', MachiniU' A, Plumbers' Tools,
-HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS 1
Kitehon Uloneils, Paint, Oils, Varnishes, Lump (loodw and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, fi Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jape & Sons Family Medicines.
Block Cashmeres and Merinos, -10c
yard and upward.
Colotod Wool DrrsnGood. 10c yard
Lice", Ladies' Chemise, Skirts,
Special bargain's in Black Lace
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Your Mention To
Cylinders of Steam Engines.
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TlU'SDAY, Aug. 2(1.
Tho House resumed at 1 :!().
Itep. Knucalii read by title nn
Act t( license tin- nianiifactitic and
sain of opium.
The bill was lead a second lime
by title anil referred to the opium
Itep. linker gave notice of an Act
to amend i-eolion 1 chapter 21 Ses
sion Laws of 1871.
Noble Phillips load by title an
Act legulatitig the drawing and feci
Hep. Nawahi lead by titlo an Act
to encourage a steam line between
Uilo and San Diego. The bill was
read a second time by title and re
ferred. Ivop. Ivalua moved the report of
the committee on the Hoard of
Health matters he taken hom the
table and considered. lie was ep
posed to a medical man as Presi
dent of the Dmitri. l'lte litst ap
pointed was lite most unpopular
man in the whole Kingdom and tlte
present Incumbent was just the
Noble Wirieniann wished to cor
rect the lion, member. The first
medical President was a popular
physician who served without pay,
until they foieeri a cletkon him that
ho did not want and forced him to
Itep. Kalua recollected that Dr.
Trousseau riiri precede the gentle
man to whom ho refeircd. The ac
tion of the present President with
regard to his son-in-law was enough
to justify the, change proposed a
doctor who was run out of Kohala,
being taken back and treated with
more than reasonable favor.
Minister l'ctenon thought it
would be a great mistake to place a
layman in the presidency of the
Hoard. The incumbent, if he was
to travel round the country, would
have to he paid, anil in addition
there would have to be a paid medi
cal inspector. As to unpopularity,
if the President was an angel from
heaven witli wings he would, from
the carrying out of his duties, be
the most unpopular man in this
country. It was true that the Presi
dents of the Hoard ot Health ever
since 1887 had been unpopular, but
this was simply because they had
attempted to carry out the Segrega
tion Act. The President got a
great many kicks for things in
which lie was not responsible. He
could not remove a Government
physician or expend a dollar with
out the order of the Hoard in which
he had onty a casting vote. For
instance, in the case referred to, re
garriing the passage of Dr. Thomp
son here. That doctor is son-in-law
of the President. Ho was one of
Iur. Gibson's active political work
ers in Kohala, and one of the first
aet3 of the Jieform administration
was to ask for his resignation. When
he wrote to the President for a posi
tion, the President lepliod that he
had no opening for him, and it was
the proposition of the late Minister
of the Interior to send for Dr.
Thompson and pay his passage.
Ilis reinstatement was the act of
tho late Ministers of Interior and
Rep. Kalua asked if the Ministers
mentioned constituted a majority of
the Hoard at that time.
Minister Peterson replied that at
that time they did, whatever they
did the other members wore suro to
do every time. (Laughter.) The
President should be appointed 13'
the King by and with the advice of
the Ministry. It would be impossi
ble for n Minister to bo President,
as if lie did tho woik he could not
draw the salary, and ho could not
spare time from his other duties for
Xoblc J. M. Horner regretted
that principles could not be discuss
ed without personal character being
attacked. The proposition before
the House was to put a man in
charge of a service about which lie
knew nothing. He illustrated his
objection to the proposition by cit
ing cases from plantation and fact
Noble Midler rose to the point nl
order that the House was not dis
Noble Phillips Ah-h ! That's
drawing it too straight. Put him
Noble Horner, continuing, said
lie was only illustrating his argu
ments, They would not put a tailor
in charge of the foundry however
competent ho might be in Mr.
Itoth's shop. There was a lay
President of the Hoard of Health
before, and ho issued an elaborate
report about matters with which lie
could not have been personally con
versant. Itep. Kauhi agreed with a . great
deal that ho had heard, but with
much he did not agreo. When the
missionaries came here about 1820
they preached about n Deity that
nobody over saw, bill neveitheless
the people believed them. It might
be the sumo witli a lay President of
the Hoard of Health, although
iguoianl of mcdiciuti he might do
very acceptable woik.
Noble Haldwin, as one who sign
ed tho report, wished to niako some
remarks. He did not fully agree
with all its recommendations, al
though perhaps having failed to
make his idea clear at tho time. It
was not his idea to go further than
saying that it wan uot ueoeBsary to
havo a phyiiclan n President, He
believed Hint the first consideration
should bo executive, and business
ability. When certain things were
ordered it was hU duty to go round
and see that the orders were exe
cuted. It did not require profes
sional skill to fulfil this function,
lie did not question tho desirability
of having executive ability combined
willi piofesMunal knowledge, and
ho had been told that the piescnt
Piesidcnt was a man of good busi
ness capacity. This was well ; in
that case lie was just the man for
the place. What he objected to
was mailing the position one to be
reserved exclusively for a practi
tioner. Thcro had been nothiug
saved by having a professional man
at, the head, just as many physicians
having had to bo called in as before
to decide technical questions. As
a inle he made no personal allu
sions the services of a llrst-class
physician could not lie commanded
for the salary of S1000 a year, as a
physician witli a good practice in
Honolulu could command much
Noble Widemanr. was sony the
Attorney-General had riivulgeil the
secret of Dr. Thompson's importa
tion, as lie did not like to handle
dirty tliing9. If those two late
Ministers had appropriated public
money to pay thai doctor's passage
they had done something entirely
unjustifiable. He could not see,'
however, how the business could
have been done without the Presi
dent having been a consenting party.
His opinion was the same as that of
the lion. Noble from Maui about the
kind of physicians that would be
attracted by tho position, They had
Been a first-class doctor who was
filling the office without pay forced
out, and the position given to another
doctor solely as a reward for his
having carried a rifle.
Itep. Paohaolc moved the previous
question, which carried.
The report of the committee was
adopted, and a motion to reconsider
onnr.i! or tjiu ha v.
On motion of IJep. Kalua the
House proceeded to the order of the
The House wont into committee
of the whole, Rep. Kauhi in the
chair, for consideration of second
reading of the Oahu Railway bill.
Noble McCarthy was in favor of
the bill, because, on the platform on
which lie was elected, he was pledged
to support the extension of the rail
way round the island of Oahu.
Next, he was in favor of the bill be
cause he believed that the railway
would pay, that it would afford em
ployment to mechanics and laborers,
and that it would open up lands to
cultivation, which would add to the
taxable property of the country.
He did not believe that the Govern
ment would have to pay" the
guaranteed interest. Let those who
believed the contrary vote against
the bill. One of the objections
heard was that Dillingham and his
friends would make money. Well,
lie would any they would be darned
fools if they didn't. He was in favor
of having this railway built by home
capital, so that the' profits of the
enterprise would be retained in the
country. There was a class of
capital tied up here. He referred
to numerous trust funds, which
would be available for this cuter
prise if the Government guaranteed
the inteiest. It would be better for
the country to have capital unloosed
lor this improvement than to have
the Crown lands parcelled out in
homesteads. Some members who
objected to granting public money
for private enterprises smilingly ac
cepted their share of $001,800 ex
pended the past six years for the
encouragement of labor immigra
tion. They also for the past ten
years had received a subsidy of ?10
a ton for their sugar, from another
Government but yet through the in
terposition of this Government.
Resides this all their sugar machin
ery was admitted free of duly. If
that was not a subsidy lie would like
to know what was. They also argued
that the company should build the
railway with their own money. He
wondered if these gentlemen all be
gan sugar planting without owing a
dollar to anybody. All who were
elected on the National Reform plat
form, especially on the Island of
Oahu, were bound to vole tor this
Noble J. M. Horner read a. speech,
in which he sarcastically hit off the
methods of tho opposition to the
bill, and urged tho imporlanco of
the projected railway to tho develop
ment ot the country.
The President during tho reading
assumed the chair in order to call in
Noble Mnllor said the reading was
tiresome and moved the lion. Noble
should wait to have Ids speech trans
lated in pieces.
Noble Horner Please interpret
that so I can understand it.
Noble Midler repeated his motion,
and the interpreter was given an
Rep, Drown said the only matter
before the comiuittcu was the first
section, and there could uot bo any
objection to its passage. This sec
tion provided for an exclusive fran
chise for fifty years, only for the
Districts of YVaianao, Waialua, Koo
lauloa, and Koolaupoko. Let those
who preferred giving a subsidy
alone, instead of adding a guarantee
of interest, try to havo the hill
amended in that regard without
throwing it out altogether.
Rep. Nawahi said tho matter be
fore tho committee was the OjIiu
Railway bill. He had listened to
both slden but was unable even now
to make up his mind as to which
had the belter of the argument.
(The speaker asked a number of
questions, which were answered by
Rep. Drown.) He believed it would
be cheaper to grant tho terms of the
bill than to havo the company claim
the 2ii00 a mile granted by 'the old
law. Therefore, he would be in
favor of the bill.
Rep. Pachaolu considered that tho
lion, member from Uilo had spent a
gieat deal of time discussing a
point that was no point at all.
Rep. Lucas was surprised to hear
a member from Hawaii saying that
he had no interest in a railway on
Oahu. The railway would benefit
tho whole kingdom. Where the
present portion of the line is run
ning properly was taxable only at
S2;,000or SaO.000 two years ago,
whereas to-day there was property
of a taxable value of S2f0,00p. The
railway was bound to be a success.
He did not believe there ever was a
total failure of a railway. Railways
went into uninhabited deserts and
marie them inhabited and fruitful.
It was said that Dillingham & Co.
were to be marie rich. Let it be
so; while they were making two
dollars everyone else would he mak
ing a half dollar.
Rep. Rosa said ono of the strong
est planks in the National Reform
canvass was the encouragement of
railways. He believed this fran
chise, was asked for Mr. Dillingham,
who had successfully put in opera
lion .seventeen miles of the lino.
Property had advanced in value at
least throe times along that railway
since it was built. He knew of one
case where a native bought a piece
of land there for $2000 six years
ago, and since tho building of the
railway lie hud sold it tor 22,000,
and an adjoining piece of about the
same area had been sold for 823,
000, making 45,000 for some fifty
acres. Members of tho National
Reform party were pledged to sup
port measures for the extension of
railways, but some of them were
doing tho contrary.
Noble Kauhane thought that the
first section wa3 not objectionable,
but there were objections to the
A motion to rise at -1 :C5 was lost.
Rep. Kahookano spoke in Haw
aiian. Rep. Kalua moved the committee
rise and report progress and ask
leave to sit again.
Minister Drown moved an amend
ment that the committee rise and
recommend the further consideration
ot the bill in the House.
The amendment carried.
The committee rose and reported,
and the repot t was adopted.
The House adjourned at -1 :40.
W.M.l..LM .HEM . .1.-1 .. ,iUIM
Mutual Telephone Company.
A LL subseribesr whoso rentals are
XX throe months ovoiduu and un
paid on September 1st, will bo dljeon
tinucd on the switchboard of tho Com
pany. Per order.
fttO til Tri'o-nivr.
loroiiriibw d -:
Will stuiid for a s-liort time at
Greenflfld Stables, Kaplolani Park.
IIuuk SrnxoKit is a dark lw. 4 years
oliI;niaiul.s lDJij huud high; 'kind ami
1 ID 3 T G I 12 12 :
E Dulio tf llorfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer lv Noifoll;
2m dam JJallerina...liy imp ji.drownlu
iird dam llcunie Furrow
ly imp. .Sliimunck
tth dam Ida by imp. Halslntzzar
Glh (lain Madam ISoslcy (Gamma's
fith dam Nancy Xlehol.. .by imp. ICugle
7th tlam Uet. ilosloy f
by Wilkes' Wonder
8th dam by Chanticleer
9th dam by Imp. Sterling
10th dam. ., by Olodlus
Ilth dam bv Imp. Silverevo
12th dam by imp. Jolly Jtoer
13th dam by imp. "Partner
14th dam bv Imp. Uonkny
15tli dam imp. mare troni the stud of
' Harrison, of lirandon
138' Best of earn taken with animals.
In cipii of aeeidont no responsibility
will lm assumed.
W. n. ItlCKARD,
022 tf Ilonokna, Hawaii.
Dr. Joseph Unas'
I log (S Poultry Remedy!
The Only SclcntlQc Swine Remedy,
It costs to feed Haas' Remedy, as a
preventive and airesterot deseaso, from
60 cents to HI per hog dm lug its life
time. c&"For sale with instructions for uea
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
026 2w 2 Fort trit.
Win. O. Irwin. . President ,t Manager
Ohms tfprcekcls Vice-President
Walter M. Glffard
,, Secret ar.v & Ti cnsui or
'Iheo. O. Porter Auditor
SUCr A II FACTOKS
AUCXTS Of TIIC
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!!' Nut, Vrnndiipv, Cn.
&fZrWm. O. Irwin .t Co.. (LM).bavo
assumed ihn as-ets mid lhibilillri of the
liUif thin of Win. G. Irwin & Co., and
will coiitlnuo the general bieduess
fonneily carried on by lliat bouse.
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IS hereby given to all persons that at
a mooting of the shareholders of
Wm. O. Irwin & Co, '(L'd), held on
the Slst day of July. 1S!)0, it was voted
to accept ilio Charier of Incorporation
dated July 21, iSno, and granted to
them and their assoei ite3 and succeseoi s
under the corporate name and style of
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.. Limited.
And that the Corporation unih'r said
Charter was duly organized, and elected
the following named oflleers, viz:
PiC'Ident & Manager
William 0. Irwin,
Vice-President Clans Spreekels,
Secretary & Treasurer
W. M G'fxnrd,
Auditor T. C. Porter.
Xoiiee is also given that, pursuant to
tho terms of said Charter, no stock
holder shall be Individually lliible for
the debts of the Corporation, beyond
tho amount which shall be due ur.on
the fluire or shares owuol or held by
himself. W. M. GIFFARD,
ScerL-tary Wm. G. trwln & Co , L'd.
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B hereby gh en to all persons that at
a intpiiiii; of the .shareholders of
Paauhau Plantation Co.. (L'd), held on
the 1st day of ugilt, 18'JM. it was voted
to accept the Charter of Incorporation
dated .lu.y -21, IMJO.unri granted to them
and their assuchilcs and successors
under the coi portion name and style of
Pauuhau Plantation Co., Limited.
And that ihn Corporation under said
t'harti'r was du'j organized and elected
the following named oflleers, viz.:
President Wm. G. Irwin,
Vice-President.... Clans Spieckels,
Hoeni'i irv & Treasurer
W. M. Giffard
Xotieo is al?o given that, pursuant to
the terms of "said Charier, no stock
holder Mmll bo Individually liable for
tho debts of the Corporation, beyond
the amount which s-hall be due upon the
share or ihares owned or held by him
self. W. M. GIFFARD,
Secictary Paauhau Plantation Co.
A Cure for Influenza !
.n. ioziep.'s MAWAiiAfj cHEftnv con-
DIAL, one of Ihn liocf rnnuil,.c
ever prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
ipid chest trouble, mid a great relief to
whooping eough and throat affection.
Ask for Or. Lozicr's Hawaiian Churiy Cor
dial Fold at
HOLLISTKIl & CO'S.,
And BKXSON, SMITH & CO'S.
I find your "Cherry Cordial" the best
medlehio wo havo ever used for coughs,
colds and lung trouble, All of our Na
tives, Portuguese, Chinese ami Japancsio
will u-o ho other. I ubo nothing elso in
my own family. Yours truly,
O. A. C1IAP1X,
Manager Kohala Sugar Co.
Wo have sold a largo quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
stoio, both at Kealla and Ktipaa, ami
can cheerfully.recoiumand it for bron
Very respectfully yoiins,
Gi:o E. FAIRCniLD,
(10.) tf Treasurer .Makeo Siitrar Co.
KEAWI Beans for cattlo at 51.25:
100 pounds or 1 big, 25 cents,
Also, Natlvo Hay. Apply to McCulhini
nt JCaplolaui.Park, at hours of 12 noon
or r, M,, or by Mutual Telephone jf0,
31. CM lm
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Leave Duo at
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Zcalnniliii JJnv Ifi Nov 22
Alameda Dec 13 )eo 2r
For San Franoicoo.
Leave Duo at
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Alameda Aug (i. , ..Aug 2:i
Mariposa Kept ft . . . . Sept 20
ealandin Oct 1 Oct 18
A''oda Oct 2'J. . . . Nov 15
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Zealiindla Dec 24 .... Jan 30
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Of the Ooe.inn-Steam hljiCi.mpttny, will
he one in liniioluhi from Sydney
and Auckland on or uboiit
AUfr, S3, I8S0.
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mails and passengers on or atiout that
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to ' " '
WE. G. IKWIH & CO., AgcaJiv
For Sydney and Auckland'-
The new and flnc Al steel BtcMUfthip.
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Aug. 30, (890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and usF-engoia for the above porta
For freight, or passage, bavins BU
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No, 30 Huuauu St. P. 0. Box 207.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had 10 years experience in
the business, I am prepared to manu
facture to order fashionable lian'.
Bowed Ladies' & Gentlemen's Boots &
Shoes. Also, French & American Boots
& Shoes received by every steamer.
Prices reasonable. I solicit your pat
ronage. B91 !tm
Powell's Baggago Express,
Dray pi- Wagon.
Furniture moving a speciality; Bag
gage delivered with promptness ami
earn to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King and Bethel streets.' Bell 'role
phono -170, Mutual Telephone G7.
CHANGE of .RESIDENCE.
llus removed from Fort rtrcet to Ito-
bollo Lano, Palria.
Oitioe Houna: 0 a. m. to 13 m. ard
r. m. to 0 v. m.
Hutual G0B"aTELEPII0NESjSy-Eell 475
GOO KIM & CO.,
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And dealers in all kinds of
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ANATUKAL Mineral Water. For
ealo only by
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Solo Agent & Importer for the Il
wallan Islands. 6:','l tf
IIItKWOOD for sale at Hawaiian
. Commercial Baleuroom, comor of
Qiiocn find Niiuanu strettg. ' 403 tf
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