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DAILY BUL.LKT1W : uONOMJJLU, M. J., AUGUST 28, 18U0.
NO. 77 FOHT KTKKLT.
First Annual Cash Clearance Sale I
Commencing Monday, Aug. 13th, for Two VVocks only.
Great Reduction in all Departments to make room for Goods to arrive
T? TPflTOT AmlTDP
Calicos, 22 jnrds for $1.
Gingham, 10 and 12 ynuis foi $1
Sutecns, 7 yards for $1.
Black Cnshniores and Merinoc, 40c
yard and upwards.
Colored Wool Dress Uoods, 10c ynid
Table Linen, Xuplcinn, TohcIh, Klu'ctint;, Kit., KiV.,
Laces "Ladies' Chemise, PK
Ladies' & Children's Hosiery Hand
kerchiefs. Embroideries Gloves, Mitt, Gibbons,
in Ulaek Laco
B. F. EHLE
1ES & GO
flO JPOKTV S'IRfi2IS'X
havk Jt'sr nr.cEivim vr.itY l.uiar. arsoktmiint or
0 llnJnr! W r
IN ALL LENGTHS.
CURTAINS IN LAGB, SCRIM, I&DBA8 & MODI
In Great Variety. Now Goods m all Department.
00" Our Dressmaking Department under the management of M ISS
CLAKK will be re-openeil about May 12th.
We Desire to Gail Your
&X REGISTERED ' A
For Lubiicating the Valves and Cylinders of Steam Engines.
VALVOLINE is an earth oil specially picparcd under the highcbt steam
heat and from which all volatile and cat thy matter h.ib been expelled by a
process which leaves a pure and heavy oil, which pievents the eating away
of boltsand keeps the cylinder and piston packing peifeelly clean. This
was the first Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinder and lias- been in eon
atant use over eighteen years.
gpNTWe also manufactuic Superior Machine and Spindle Oils, for all
classes of machineiy.
Xjeoxttii'cl 4& JtQllis,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. goi am
Xlnioncl Xiloclc," TSom. OS &, O-r Kiufjr Sti-eei
Vr.i)Nr.sAY, Aug. 27.
The House resumed til 1 .!!.".
Noble Phillips, continuing, said
that when Uie immigrants arrived
the then Minister of the Interior ob
jected, hut afterwards waived the
objection, and Uio immlgiants were
accepted and sent to Uie plantations ;
a draft was drawn which was paid,
leaving n balance of about 810,000
due Skinner A. Co. This the I ale
Minister of the Interior refused to
Hep. llrown thought the best place
for that petition was where it was
on the table. If the eonti act lias
not been earned out and a Ministry
comes in with the idea of strictly
enforcing the contract, those who
have not fullliled their contract
ought not to come in here and peti
tion on a claim which nas nor. neeu
passed upun by any Court of law.
the suit, he h'eatd, had been with
drawn. He did no.t know why , per
haps because they were afiaid to
have the matter tested in n Court of
law. In the ease of the Bowler
claims, the claimant only came
theic after his claim had been
thrown out by a Court. That was
all right, but it was not right to
maku this a place to seek ledicss
unless the remedies of the Courts of
Law and Equity of this Kingdom
have been tried and have failed.
Noble "Widemann Courts arc
courts, and lawyers aie lawyers.
No one knew that better than the
last speaker. The case was there,
however. lie knew nothing of it,
but if it was anything like the case
of the bark Kalakaua, the sooner
they look it up the belter.
Hep. Hush agreed wilk Hep.
lhown that tlicy should not act as
judges. Theii business was to make
laws. The parties had the opportun
ity to nass on this claim, and bung
ing it theie was only to lengthen
their labors unnecessarily.
The previous question was moved
The motion lo take the petition
from the table was lost.
Iiep. Kalua gae notice of an Act
relating to the unassigned lands.
Noble M idler gave notice of a hill
to authorize the construction of rail
ways for agiieultural put poses over
lands of peibons not beneliled Iheie
Dunn: or 'nir nu.
Second leading of the Oahu Rail
itcp. Brown moved the picvious
question, which carried.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeps tig1 Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, CGPieEE
993 Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE,
IXX130 1 VJClVRi,
Shipping & Commission
PLANTATION & INSURANCE A AUNTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
IMJA.IV.r'jVX'JOJV tiWFTJliCl, ,'.
Carpontors', iMncknmHhn1, Marhinifltu' A Plumbem' TooJh,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Ulemnls, rainlH, OiU, VaniiHhes, Lnini GooiIk am
Blake's Steam Pomps, Weston's Contrifugals,
Wilcox Sl Glbbs, & Remington Sovlug Mdclilnes,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Kedicliios.
The ayes and noes were called on
the motion to indefinitely postpone
the first bcclion and the whole lull,
with the following result :
Ayes Nobles Muller, 1'ua, and
Hind; Heps. Kahookano, Waipui
lani, White, and Kalua. 7.
Noes Ministers Cummins, Brown
and Spencer; Nobles "Widemann,
Berger, Macfailane, McCarthy,
Phillips, Crabbe, Ktiuhane, J. M.
lloiner, Biirchardt.Marsdeii, Bald
win, Cornwell, Walbiidgo, Ander
son, von Tempsky, and Kanoa;
lieps. Biown, Cummings, Maiques,
Lucas, U. Vi. Wilcox, 'Hosa, Bush,
Kauhi, Nawahi, Baker, A. Horner,
j Richard. Apiki, Pachaole, Kauealii,
llalstead, Kamai, luiudsen, and A.
S. Wilcox. B.
Pep. Kalua moved that the first
Noble Macfarlane moved an
amendment to make the last sen
tence read: 'Tiovidcd that such
extension of exclusive franchise
shall apply onlv to such portions of
railroad as shall he directly and con
tinuously connected with Honolulu,
and that said company shall construct
and equip not less than ten miles of
main track of their projected rail
way each year."
2oblc Phillips considered that the
amendment was simply prohibitory
of the railway being constructed. It
'might be necessary for the company
to send to England for rails, and
there were other pFcliminniics that
would occupy the better part of the
Hup. Lucas did not like this kind
of amendment, as it was meant to
kill the bill, and he did not believe
that the J Tousc wanted to kill the
bill. It had been picparcd with
great care by a committee, and there
was no necessity for any such
lidcrs. If the amendment was to
require the building of ten miles
the second year it might be all
right, but, as in the case of the pait
already built, a great deal of time
and trouble might have to be ex
pended in securing right of way
alone. Ho was afraid that some
members were influenced by per
sonal feeling in this matter.
Noble Macfarlauo said that his
objection to the bill fiom the first
was the guarantee of interest. He
held that if this company weio to
be given the exclusive franchise,
they ought to give pome assmanee
that they would build the road. It
desired ho would accept an iiniend
nieut requiting ten miles tho second
year, or five miles or three miles
overyyenr. It was with no inten
tion of blocking the bill that he pro
posed tho amendment. Ho had
been accused of lobbying against
tho bill, whereas tho only lobbying
he had done- was against tho indefinite-postponement
of the- bill, Tho
law of 1880 granting S.'iOO a mile
was open to any company, while
that of 1888 and this bill confined
the franchise to 11. K Dillingham
and abboclatcs, thurelore it was the
more Incumbent on those granlees
that they should givo an earnest of
their good faith. It was (lie pro
moters of the bill that, had done ob
jcctionnhlc lobbying, attending
there day after day and following
members up even to their Homes,
due member had been promised
surveying on the lino if he support
ed the bill..
Noble Widemann said the bill
seemed to bo in a fair way for pass
age, and it behooved them, there
fore, to make it as good a bill as
possible. lie did not approve of
tho characterizing the amendment
as nn effort to kill the bill. Although
he did not agree with it in all points,
yet he regarded it as in the line of
salutary legislation. There were
places where it would bo almost im
possible to build llio stipulated
length proposed. He moved an
amendment to the amendment in
accordance with his lcinarks, as lie
had not the amendment at hand to
enable him to word it.
Hep. Brown moved that the sec
tion pass as in the bill. Tho fran
chise extended was that granted in
1888, and that required the building
of the line within live years. If this
road was to be built by this com
pany, it must bo done under the law
of 1888. Another piovision of that
law was that if the work passed into
the hands of a foreign company tho
franchise should be forfeited. That
was a .suflleient guard against specu
lating in the iriuchisc.
Noble Gornwoll moved another
amendment, which Noli'e Macfar
lane accepted, that the compaivy
build thiee miles n year.
Hep. Lucas moved an amendment
to the amendment, that no less than
thiee miles lie consli tided after the
Hep. Brown regarded these am
endments as altogether unnecessary,
in view of Hie law alicady in exist
ence. l!ep. I.ueas said his amendment
was only to satisfy certain members
who could not see the matter in the
Noble Macfailane still adhered to
tie principle ot his amendment, ac
cepting either the amendment ol
Noble Cornwell or Hep. Lucas.
Noble Widemann again suggested
his amendment. If the picrient
law required the building in five
years, there was no eartiih neul for
the proposed condition.
The 1'resideiil icqncsted that tho
amendments be put in writing.
Hep. Bush suppoited the section
as in the bill and moved the pre
vious question, which carried.
Noble Macfarlane read hU amend
ment as amended by Noble Wide
mann and Hep. Lucas, that of the
former restoring the following
words after "construct," viz., "in
the Districts of Waianae, Waialua,
Koolanloa, and Koolaupoko, or any
of said Districts."
The amendment was lost, 2( to
22, and the section passed.
Hep. Kalua moved that Sees. 2 to
0, inclusive, bo indefinitely post
poned, and moved 1 tic previous
question, which carried.
Hep. Blown laised the point of
order that under a motion of the
House the bill must be considered
section by section.
The l'lesident i tiled the point
Noble Mnrsden moved that the
second section (providing the
guarantee of interest) be indefinite
Hep. Kalua appealed from the
ruling of the chair.
Rep. Paehaolc spoke in support
of the niling.
Rep. Hickard argued that his re
solution tabled yesterday did away
with consideration section by section.
lne ruling or the chair was sus
tained. Noble ,7. M. Horner rose.
Hep. Kalua raised the point of
order that the motion for the pre
vious question applied lo the motion
to indefinitely postpone the second
Noble Horner spoke under hi-,
privilege as intioducer of the bill.
If this bill passed they would have
Hist the railway, next the advance
in the value of propeity along the
Hep. Kalua asked if the lion. No
ble was a member of the committee
that submitted the bill.
Hop. Brown, as a member of that
committee, explained that with all
the amendments it was still the bill
of the lion. Noble fromjlanmluia.
Noble Horner continued, saying
that besides the enhanced value of
pioperty they would have the circu
lation of tho 81,200,000 required to
build the road. This money would
go to building more railways per
haps, cultivating more land, and so
on. Other large amounts of hor
lowed money expended would rc
turn them nothing, but the results
fiom the outlay hero pioposcd
would bo miiHifold. They should
think oyer theso. points till to-morrow
moining, and to enable them to
do so he moved the House adjourn.
The motion was lost.
Noble Macfarlauo wanted to know
if there was to bo no discussion of
this section. If these were tho tac
tics of the promoters
Hop. Hosa It camo fiom your
Noble Macfarlane It did not.
Several members It was Kalua.
The ayes and noes wcro called on
the motion lo indefinitely postpone
the second section, with the follow
Ayes Cummins, Godfrey Brown,
Speucer, Berger, Macfarlane, Mid
ler, Pun, Hind, Burchardt, Mars
den, Baldwin, Cornwell, Walbudge,
Anderson, on Tempsky, G. N.
Wilcox, Kanoa, Iscnberg, Cum
mings. It. W. "Wilcox, Bush, Na
wahl, Baker, Hickard, Kahookano,
Waipuilani, Apiki, I'achnole, While,
Kauealii, Kalua, Halstcad, Knmal,
A. S. Wilcox U.
Noes Peterson, Widemann, Mc
Carthy, Phillips, Crabbe, Kauhanc,
,1. M. Horner, Cecil Brown, Mar
ques, Lucas, Hosa, Kauhi, A.
Horner, Knudsun, Hico 15.
Tho motion was declared canicih
Noble Muller moved the vote he
Rep. Kalua moved that the third
section (granting a subsidy of So00
a mile for five years) bo indefinitely
Hep. It. W. Wilcox (on the pre
vious question having been moved)
demanded the right, as a represent
ative of the people, of discussing
the section before the vote. Ho
moved that the section pass as in
the hill. By the building of rail
ways the value of proporty'was in
creased so that for whatever help
iho Government gave they would ho
reimbursed by largely increased re
venue from internal taxes. The
country would be surprised at the
large returns for the small outlay.
Hep. White referred to the pre
vious speaker s remarks as a thun
dei storm without rain. '1'hu lailway
company had gone down and bought
up all the land along the line, so
that the common people Would re
ceive no benefit from the railway.
They asked the House to subsidize
a railway through their own land.
The Central Pacific Railway's build
ing by Crocker, Stanford, and Hop
kins was tho biggest fraud ever put
Hep. Lucas The ten minutes'
time is up.
Noble Marsdcn He Iris spoked
Hep. It. W. Wilcox Mr. Presi
dent Hep. White said be was not ie
ferriim lo those members who weie
jumping up when he was speaking
of members being approached for
Noble Isenhefg approved of the
amendment of Rep. It. W. Wilcox,
but would move that the subsidy be
2000 a mile completed.
Hep. Blown preferred the section
as in the bill. Referring to the re
marks of the lion, member from La-
haina, he said that the company did
not own an acre of land on the Koo
laii side. He believed that a majo
rity of the House was in favor of
encouraging this lailway, and they
oucht lo do so, in order to ahe the
working men a chance. If the rail
way went on, the natives on the
Koolau side would get woikata
dollar a day in building it, and
cheap uaniagc of their bananas and
other pioducls to market alter it
was built. The great bugbear of
this bill had been the guarantee of
inteiest, and now that having been
stiuck out all should join in passing
the rest of the bill.
Noble Widemann could not agree
with the opinion just heard. The sec
ond section was the life-blood of the
bill, and that being out, the bill was
as dead as a door nail. The provis
ion for giving the promoters cheap
inteiest being eliminated they could
not go on with the work. It was
for that reason that be moved the
indefinite postponement of this sec
tion, as it was no use wasting any
more time over a dead bill. That
unless they were picparcd,
fid. Mil HO.,
Win. G. It win, . I'lculdent Ar Miiuagor
Ohms SnreekelH. Vkc-I'icsldunt
Tlieo.O. Poller Auditor
AC1UXTS Ol' THll
or Han I'rniivlnco, Oil.
mm mmm ml
E5TVVtii. G. Irwin & Co., (LM).have
assumed the assets and liabilities of the
late llrm of. Win. G. Irwlu & Co.. and
will continue tho general liuslucS
fonneilv carried on hv lint house.
W I ..
which he was not, to vole for S.'000
or 8S000 a mile.
Hep. Bush was in favor of lite
section as in the bill. Comparison
with the Kohalu railway was not fair
to the Oahu railway. That railway
did not lead to a nmikct, which this
one did. The projected line would
open up homesteads and incicase
the value of propeity tenfold. This
House had voted a subsidy of Jf2 1 ,
000 a year to steamships flying the
American flag, and what leliiin in
the shape of taxes did they get fiom
those steamships V It seemed to him
the House was always more ready
to vole money to the wealthy, than
for the benefit of our own poor peo
ple. Rep. Paeliaolo ended a speech
with a motion to adjourn, without
waiting for interpretation.
The House adjourned at l:2.".
M.DAMON will act forme
full newer ot iKtnlney,
dm lug my abpcnee fiom the Kingdom.
V. V. ALLKX.
Honolulu. July ill, )8i)0. ga lm
DURING my absence from Maul Mr.
D. L. Meyer w ill act lor me under
power of iilloiney,
A 7X just ehibns against J.
a . rcuitnror mo
Nifw Hawaiian 1)1-
leelory, should he Kent to the uuilcr-
sitriied foi BL'Uluinunt.
tliii lw N. P. MJRGIJSS,
2 h 4
From San Franoisco.
Lcavo Duo at
S. V. Honolulu
Zcalandia Aug 23. . . . Aug i!0
Alameda Scpl 20 Kept 27
Maiipon Oct 18..... Oct 25
ealamlia Nov 15 Nov 22
Alanicdii Dec 13 Dec 20
For San Franoisco.
Leave Due at
Alameda Aug 0. . ..Aug 23
Maripota epl it. ...Scpl 20
Zealandia Get L Gel IS
Alameda.. . .O'tl 20 Nov lfi
Muripnf-a Nov 20 . . . Dec 13
Zealandia ll.c 24,.... Jon 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia; -
Leave S. 1
Friday... Aug 10
Friday . . Kept 12
Friday. ..Oct 10
Friday. . .Nov 7
Friday. . .Dec o
. . Aug 20
. . Kepi 2(5
, . . Oct, 21
. . Nov 21
The iio;v ami
line At Btrcl 8lf.inu.liii
Of UioOcconioHKnin-hlprVjnipiny, will
be due ut Donululu from Sydney
and AiieManrt ou or abo it
Auir, 23, I8S0.
And will lenve toi tho above port with
mails and pus&eugisra ou or about thai
iorfrele'i' or naabape, lmvinc SIT.
lMJJUUJt AUUOililODATIONa, H
"vVM. Q. ISVIN & CO.
IS hcioby given to all iiurson- tint at
a meeting of the'Slmiuliolders of
Win. G. Irwfn ,t Co, fjd), held on
the Ulstday of July. ISU0, it Avas voted
lo neeupt the Oliartor of fiieoiporatlon
dated .Inly 21, JSHQ, and giauted to
tliem and their ussucl it es ami hicccssoir
under the corporate iiaiiie ami slyle of
Wra, G. Irvin & Co., Limited.
And that the Cornoiation under said
Charter was duly oignnicd, and elccfed
the following ua'iueil olllccio, i.:
Pieidenl A, Manager
" William G. Iiwlu,
Vlee-l'iesidoHt .. Clans Spreekels,
Seeielarv iV 'I'leasmer
. W. M Giifaul,
Auditor T. ( J'oi ter.
For Sydney and Auckland.-
Tho new and fine Al steel stc&innuip
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will'
bo duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
A tig-. 30, 1890.
And .will have prompt dispatch witb
mails and passengers for the above prt3.
For freight or passage, having 8U
TOUIOE ACCOMMODATIONS, applj
to vi j
37 WSI-. Q. iaWIJl & CO.. Agents
HAIlilTK k FIELD,
Notice is also given iluit. pursuant to
the teuns of siiiil Charier, no stock
holiici .shall be individually liable for
the debts of tho Corpoiatinii, beyond
the numim r which 'fc'iall be duo 'upon
the shine or th.ues nuncl or bold bv
himself. W. M. GIFFAltD, "
Sseeieliiry Win. ?.Ji win As Co , Id.
T.S hcieln given lo all
JL a meeting ol the
persons that at
P.iauhau Plant. ition Co.. (L'd), held ou
the 1st day of August, ISiiti. It was voted
to aeccpi Did Chaiicr ot Invoiporation
tinted July 21, lWIO.amlgi.uited to tbcin
and their asoelalcs and suceessois
under the eoipoi.illou niiiie and Mylu of
Panuhau Plantation Co,, Limited.
And that the Oojpoi alien under 8.iid
liartci was duly oig.uibud mid elected
the lnllowiiig iiaiued olllcers, vi.:
l'i evident AVm. G. Irw Iti,
Vn e-I'ie-ldent.... Chins Spieekels,
.Seen I u y A: Tieai-ui cr
Iffla -fll 2
Xotiee 1- ii1m given that, purifant to
the lei ins of Mild Chaitei, no stock
holder tdial) be iiiilividiiitlly liable for
Iho debts of the Cor)oia(ioii, beyond
the amoulit whieli i-lt:ill he. due upon the
-baie or shares owned or hub) bv hhn
fcelf, AV. M GIFFARD,
Seeielury l'aniiliiiu i'iaiitatloii Co.
BSrOur Xcw Aitotypo Illustrated
dialogue scut fiee on application.
118 HUTTJln ST.,
San i'liuiclNoo. : California.
Ho. 30 Nunanu St. P. 0. Box 207.
Boot and Shoe Store.
HON. OiuflsP. lauUea la aulhoilcd
until limber notice, to collect all
Ciown Land icutu, and to givo leeclpls
for tho .same.
(i. W. MACFARLANi:,
Ciown baud Agent.
Honolulu, Aug. in. 1MH). tctt tf
Mutual Telephone Company,
ALf gubterlbef-r whoso rentals aio
tliu'ft inoiillis oveiduo and un
paid on .September ji, will bn diseon
tbitied on ilmbwliehboaid of the Com
pany. Per oider.
O, O. URRGFIt,
CU0 td TreaSinur,
A 'Cure for Influenza I
R. tOZIEIt'5 HAWAIIAN CHERI1Y COR
DIAL, one of the bel lcmedieR
ever lircpaied for coughs, asthma, lung
and eliChL trouble, ami a gieai leliof lo
whooping cough and tin oat affection.
AnkforUr, Lozicr's Hawaiiai Clieny Cor
dial sold at
IIOM.IKTKK .V GO'S.,
And HKNsO.V, b.MlTJl ,t CO'ri.
r llud your "Chorry Cordial" tho best
medicine- we have ever used for coughx,
colds and lung tioublu. All of our Na
tieo, Portuguenu, Chinese and Japanese
w ill use no other. 1 use nothing else in
my own family. Yours truly,
O. A. OI1AIMN,
Manager Kohala Sugar Co.
"Wo hae sold a largo quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
stoic, both at Kealla ami Kaiiaa. and
can cheerfully iccommnud it forliiou
Very icbjieotfully yours,
Gio L FAIROIIILU,
H15 tf 'I'reaeurcr Makce .Sugar Co.
T7 IJAWf Ilenns for
JL J 00 pounds or
cnttlo at 81.2.1:
1 bag. L'5 cents.
Also, Native Hay, Apply In McCullum
at Kiiplolanl p.uk, at bonis of 12 noon
or n v, Jt., or ly iutual Telephone No.
Having had 10 years experience In
the business,, I am prepared to manu
facture to order fashionable hand
sowed Ladles' & Gentlemen's Boots &
Shoes." Also, French & American Boots
Ai Shoes lecelved by every steamer.
Prices icasonable. 1 solicit j-onr pat
io"iige. col 3m
Powell's Baggage Express,
lOrtvy fl' AVnnroii.
Furniture moving a speciality. Bag
gago deliveied wltlr promptness and
euro to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King and Bethel streets. Bell Tele
phono 470, Mutual Telephono 57.
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort street to Ro.
bollo Lane, Palpina.
OrFiCB Ilouns: 0 a. m. to 12 m. art!
r. m. to I) r. m.
Mutual GOC-xSaTELEPIIONESjoy-Ecll 475
GOO Km &, CO.,
No. fiO Niiuanu St., Ilonolulu,
Ami dealers in all hinds of
CiisHlmereH nml VuviilBliIug O'oottd
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Good lit guaranteed, nrzam
IIHEWOOD for ealo at Ifawaiinn
' Commoroial Balesrooms, corner of
Quoenvand Nunanu wtregta. ' 468 tf
ANATUltATi Mineral Water. For ",
ealo only by
Vi. S. LUCE,
Solo Agent & Impoiter for the Ha-
w nihil Island!). pt'3 tf