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WIJONKSPAY, SKIT. .'!, 18U0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAHD CO.'S
To Take r.ffert Attznt .'10, 1HH0.
a.m. a.ji. p.m. p.m.
Leave Honolulu H: 15 1 :!. 5:!i0
Arrive llonoulhili Si:-I'.l V:UMI:!UJ
Lcftva llonouliull. r,:io io:r,i :t -. r. l ....
Ari.ve Honolulu.. 0:tl llir.r, &;, ....
Sahudaj s rmrt Muml-iya only.
; Satin days only.
Ktnir Kiiimi finm Hawaii mill Maul
tftmr Pele finui Hsmialoia
MinrO K HMiop Iioiii eheiilt of UiiIiii
, 0EijAirt uiiih.
Stun- lwuila foi Xawil will, llnn:iiii.iiilii
at 5 ( in
VESSELS LEAVMfi Tli-M0F.F,0W.
Stun Iwalaui for l.nlialua anil ll.inin
Ku.i at 10 it in
CAUGOESFKCM ISLAND PORTS.
Ktmr Klnau (1178 bags sugar. 31 bales
wool, :.0 bags puoV, IT hogs. I
holies, 20 ci.ltos fowls'. '-00 pl.gs
FORCIUN VESSELS EXPCGTCD.
H 1. M Pkujshlp Waisplte fiom Ilillllh
Br ship ttlengllcld sailed fiom Lhei
pool Apr 18, due Aug 21
Am bk Albuit, Winding, fiom Sail
Fiiuicisio due Aug I
Hr bk Jllikor lroin London, sailed Apr
15, due Aug l'."i
Ilr bk Glrvau lioin Lherpnol, mailed
July 10, duo Nov 15-30
S i Filiation fiom San I.) lego due Sep
Ainl)kiMaitliaDai, XV A Pendleton,
uoui Jioston, sailed Apul L'.i, line
l!k L'ejlon, fiom
P.k Koiest (Jiicimi,
due Sept 10-1.1
Seln Olga, fiom
San l'lanciseo, due
fiom Srtn rrauuiico
San rinnciJeo, due
llilg WGInvIn, from
due Sept 10-1."
P.I: O D lSiyunr, from
due Sepi 12-17
Por Kauai, per Btnir Waialoale. Sopt
ii H A Jlacll, jr, wife ami M cbildicn,
and 15 deck.
Kor'Kauai, per stmr Jlikalmla, Sept
2 Misses Stetson, Kcuwill, il.uoon,
Xccdhain; WOSmltli, W Sultcneli, II
VV Mist, A Conca, Mis JMulidoii, (J L
Prlto, J Papazo, Mrs Kaea, M J I'erelt.i,
.1 B Alexander, J Malin and wife, Misb
I. Coinwell, V Koblei, T Johnson and
wife, Mi.s and M-, Madulios and :i.r
For Maul, per stmr Likclikc, Sept a
Mis J A Cunimiiis, Mis J W Kulua, J
Ouuningliani, V Iveatiiig, II V Bntlei,
J Coidcn, Mis Mclvenzle, Mis Kilter
and daughter, J U Nihit. wife and
child, 1) Center, Mis Tobeit, Miss K
Toibeit, Mialiwin, bon and daughter,
Geo ccluader, Mrs Ilowleaiidilaughter,
MUs Jiaidwin, Mrs 11 II HaWead. Mi?s
rieholon, Mis M-Uailey, Mis Bailey
and 2 children.
Fiom Hawaii and Maui, per stmr Ki
nau, Sept H Miss E W Nnwulii, Miss 15
Fanning, Mis G V Ilapai and 2 chil
dren, MUs IJrown, MUs White, llobt
Young, C Ti llichaulRon, Wm IJcin
haidt, Misses Itjeioft $), Master lly
cioft, Mrs W li Gieen, ji, Mrs J Light
foot and 2 children, 1aw On, wife and
child, Wm Jarictt, Master Paul Jarrctt,
Mis Pntnatii and Bcrvants, C Alice and 2
children, J Magulic, jr. Chang Chow,
M Keknewa, Win Campboll, A Kaua, P
1) Baldwin, Ilcv TL Gullck and wife,
Bios James, Miss M Pi Id, Master J
Frlil, Misses A Widdcileld, 1) Wldde-
lleld, K Coiuwoll, IC Villa, C Puller, M
Widefleld; Hon WY Horner, Mis Kin
Nahaolclua and 2 children, Master Fied
Many, Master Joy Many, and 112 deck.
The steamer Claudinc was lowcicd
from tho Maiino Kallway'this morning
and was moored in the naval row.
Thcbaik V JJ Godfiey, Cajitain It
Dabel, took j-csteiday 1(1,730 bagu sugar
for San Francisco, Bbipptd as follows:
Thoo H Davies it Co, 142'J bags sugar;
F A Schacfcr & Co, JG70 bags sugar ;
Castle & Cooke, 8310 bags sugar-; O
Brew er fc Co, 2J09 bags sugar. Ton
nage 1011 tons; tfoniubtSc value, $8S,
822.74. She also took for Messrs O
Biexyer & Co, 1137 diy hides, valued at
The' total number of deaths lcported
for tho mouth of Aug., 16U0, was 08,
dUtnbuted as follows:
Under 1 year.. . .1 1 Fiom 80 to 40. .
From 1 to 5 3 From 40 to 50. .
From 5 to 10. . . . 4 From 50 to 00. .
From 10 to 20. . , 1 From CO to 70. .
From 20 to 30. ..12 Over 70 ..
Mnlis, 40 Females, 28
Ilawaiianb 50 I Gicat Biltaln...
Chinese 7 Americans
Portuguese I j Other nations..
CAUSU Ol' IIKATII,
Asthma 3 D.eblllly 1
Alcoholism 2 Epilepsy 1
Blights Disease . l Fever.....' 7
Bronchitis 1 Fever Tvpliold.. 1
Blood Polsonlug 1 llomoiihage.... I
Berlbuil 1 limit DImmso... 2
Consumption.... 7 Inanition t
Convulsions.. .. 2 Old Agu 3
Constipation.... 1 Lock Jaw.... ... 1
Chililblith...., 1 Paralysis 1
Cancer 3 Pneumonia 1
Croup, , 1 Peons Abccs... 1
Dropsy 2 Tumor 1
Aug. 18Sfi 08 I Aug.
Aug. lt&7 3S Aug,
Aug, leK 4J
Annual death rate per 1000 per
All other nationalities 22.00
C, 11. Rr.TKor.ns,
Agent Board of Health,
A iiiiump, brake,
iiti- ollereu lur aii-.
Miss Berrj' school will lnjdn n
now lei in next Monday.
TVIn. A A. Monlnno linn lemniied
the jimiuii'iiifnt of Iviinlpu l)iili.
Tin: ninuial moetini; of the Atlou
Society will be held net I'HiIny
Auttsoxs in wnnl of fiitui.hnl
looms may find what they neVd liy
rending our mhcitUeinentH.
Tiik Mechanics' iv Worl.iiu,'incn'
Political Piotuelho Union will nirtM
in the Knights of Pythias Hull ncl
1 liilnv niyhl, nl 7 :'M o'clock.
MKSSna. II. Ilackfeld v I'o., agents
announce tho Mtillng of the btenm
nilip China I'lonl Honolulu In Kan
KrunrVn, on or nlinul .Sept. '2!id.
Tun ofllei'ia for (he coming join- of
the Olownln Co. nie: Win. G. Ii win,
President ', V. W. Macfarlane, Yieo-Picidi-nlj
V. M Giiraid, TreiiMiiei ;
O. lt(.!-,i!, r-'coiUaiy and Auditor.
llo.MB will bo ul Drcwci'H wluiif
tlii ooniug to coinoy giuU lo tliu
U. S S. Nuif, wlicic tlio fuicwell
icccplion given by the captain and
oHU'cia will coninu'iico ul 8 o'clock.
Tiir liaikcnlinc Piscociy, Cnpliiiu
McNeil, will sail foi l'ugcl Sound on
or about Saluid.iy. II. llackfcld .v
Co. arc tliu agonic, to whom applica
tion t-liotiltl be made fur ffiglil or
iNfoiiM tion lcg.ndini; Lewis A.
SykcH, Ldgai J. Day, and iMisi Anna
Uulileit is icqiieHted by tho U. S.
Consnlatc-Uencial. Should the jmi
ties lie on the islands they aic ic
iuested to call or communicate with
Alit. N. S. Sachs anuouiu'cs in this
issue his annual clc.uancc pale,
which will begin ncl Saturday and
cotitinuo foi two week only. Air.
Sachs has but ono clcaiancc sale a
year when the cnliio stock is reduc
ed, therefore ImigaiiiM may be looked
EYENTS THIS EVEfJIHC.
Services at Central Union Church,
Oaliu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., at
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, ut 7:.'(0.
'Reception on Nipsic, at .'!.
J. Caktwuioiit, E30., Gcneial
Agent for Hawaiian Islands
Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of the United States.
Dear Siv: In acknowledging tho
receipt of the Society's draft for
Five Thousand Dollars, in payment
of the death claim of my late hus
band, Harry W. Auld, I wish that
you would kindly convey to them
my sincere and heartfelt thanks for
their prompt payment.
J-IM.IAK II. Al'I.I).
DOINGS OH THE AUSTRALIA.
Tlio following got astray in trans
mission, which accounts for its ap
pearing rather out of season :
After a weary and monotonous
sail of five days, with nothing to re
lieve the tiresome journey, not even
a bird, or sail of any kind to be
seen on that dreary and very wrong
ly named Pacilic Ocean, having ex
perienced four days of very rough
weather, witli more than half the
passengers seasick, tlio monotony
is at last relieved, through the inde
fatigable exertions of our amiable
purser, Mr. Ed. Keil, who succeed
ed in getting up a conceit for two
very worthy charities, "Tho Sail
ors' Home," and for the benefit of a
poor family in the steeiage. The
sum of eighty dollars was raised.
The evening s entertainment
opened witli Mr. Ashdown in selec
tions on the piano, followed by Mrs.
Bowler in n beautiful Italian soug
which was exquisitely rendered.
Next came Miss Shaw in a delight
ful Scotch ball-id, in which her
sweet voice was heard to great ad
vantage. Miss Oracic Hopkins
(Little Lord Fattntlcroy) recited
tho poem "Tho Butterfly," with ex
quisite taste and marked cxpics
sion. Mr3. Irwin sang "Margue
rito," in a delightful manner. Miss
Winthrop ("Dearest") recited
"Aux ltalicns" with finished grace.
Mr. Pat Wallace dohghted tho au
dience with somo local verses, and
for an encore sang his latest effort,
"Tho moonlight night at Waikiki."
Tlio universal favorite, Mr.
Cowes, our steward, served ico
cream, after whicli Mr. Harry Gates
sang "Maid of Athens" in Ids own
finished stylo. The gem of Hie ove
nlug w&s the rendering of tho poem
"Tho old showman's story," by tlio
old California favorite, Mr. Harry
Edwards, and in response to n
hearty encore ho gave "Tho Coun
tersigns." Mis. Bowler again de
lighted her listeners. Mr. Wallace
by roquest sang "McGinty" and
"Now that's what I think, don't
you?" and the entertainment was
, brought to a close with Auld Lang
Syno, led by Mrs. Bowler and Miss
Shaw, the audicneo joining in the
As I writo it is Friday morning.
Wo are in sight of laud. Tho
weather is a littlo plcasantcr and
ovorybody feels happy onco again.
S.S. Australia, Aug. 8,"1890.
Wi:lNi:nv, Sept. !l.
The Ilouie iiipI nt 10 o'clock.
Ki'i'uin or rmtMmr.ri.
Hup. Lucas from tlio printing
committee repot ted bills printed.
Rep. Knlua presented a repot I
from the judiciaiy committee sign
ed by himself and A. ISosa, recom
mending the passage of Noble Par
kpr's bill pioviding lor majority
rule in the Cabinet. The other
incinbcis of committee ikclined to
concur. Laid on the table to be
con-itli'icd with bill.
.Minister Brown i cpoi led the fol
lowing billi signed by His Majesty:
An Act extending llic time for
completion of the Intcr-Tsiand tele
graph t ubii'i and
An Act providiiiEfnxpeci.il license
for lite sale of salmon.
Hep. Kosa presented tho report
of the select committee on tlio pio
posed road to the mountains back of
Honolulu. They had gone over tho
loulu and considered a petition from
intending buyers of prupctty in tlio
locality to be reached. Their opin
ion is that the item of SlO.fiOO ''
inseiled, not to bo expended, how
ever, till the Minister of Interior is
atislipl that lands can be sold to
the amount of the appropriation,
and providul that buyers of lots do
not deslioy tho forests, that they
keep I lie ground free of lantana,
etc. Laid on the table to be con
sideicd wtlli the Appiopiiution Bill,
.w'xwriis or MiNisrnus.
Minister Brown, on behalf of tlio
Minislei of Foreign Affairs, pre
sented His Excellency''? reply lo
questions propounded by Rep. Ka
lua, viz.. :
"Confidential conversations be
tween Kepicsenlalives ol Foreign
Power in amity with the Kingdom
cannot be divulged.
"J. A. Cmmixs,
"Minister of Foicign Affairs."
Minister Brown also presented the
answer of the Minister of Interior
to the same questions:
"I would say in reply that I have
had no ollicial convcisation or cor
respondence with tho diplomatic
representative of any foicign power
during tho past two months in rela
tion lo a constitutional coin cation,
and that private convcisations hon
oi able men do not publish. My
answer to the tiiird question is No!
"C. N. Splnouu,
"Minister of the Interior."
Rep. Kulua moved the answers be
laid on the tabic, and that repoiters
be allowed access to them. He de
nied having acted except on his own
responsibility, either in presenting
thcsequc3tions or in introducing the
bill for a constitutional convention,
and repudiated the accusations
heard that he was trying to make
trouble witli foreign lcprcsentativea.
The motion carried.
(The third question was: "Do
you propose or expect lo in any
manner mould or govern j'our offi
cial attitude toward, or your action
upon the said proposal to call such
convention, in accordance witli tho
wishes or representations of any for
eign Government or its leprcsciila
Minister Brown presented the fol
lowing: "In answer to tlio questions of
Rep. Marques relating to a recent
seizure of opium, I beg to state that
such a seizure was made, but that
the officer making it has not been
removed, and that tho matter is now
"tTinicl fr nf irinonr.n "
Minister Brown read the answer
from tho Minister of tho Inteiior to
the resolution introduced by Hon.
J. W. Kalua, enclosing the reply of
the Board of Health to tho- matler3
therein contained, as follows:
"Orricr, or the Board of IIiui.tii,
"Honolulu, Sept. 3rd, 1890.
"Ilia Excellency C. N. Spencer,
"Miuister of the Interior,
"Sir: By direction of tho Presi
dent of the Board of Health, I have
the honor to acknowledge the receipt
of your communication of yester
day, enclosing a resolution adopti d
by the Legislative Assembly and re
questing an immediate nnbwci
"i am to fitalo that the boatd of
examining physicians consisting of
Drs. Kimball, Trousseau, Rodgcrs,
and Henri McGrew, who visited tho
Kalilii Receiving Station on Sept.
1st, acted in accordance witli the
following resolutions of tho Board
of Health, viz. :
"Resolved, That the board of ex
amining physicians examine any and
all patients that have been under
Dr. Lutz's treatment for tlneo
months, their condition carefully
noted, and eveiy three months
thereafter they be re-examined and
tlio result reported to the Board of
"Resolved, That tho board of ex
amining physicians to examine and
report every three months on tho
patients at Kalilii under Dr. Lutz,
should consist of the following gen
tlemen: Dr. Kimball, Dr. Trous-
Bcau, Dr. Emerson (or Dr.
cib), and Dr. Henri McGrew.
"I am further to state that tho
board of examiners made no changes
whatever in the Btatus of any indi
vidual in tlio hospital and that no
changes were anticipated by tho
Board of Health, tho duties of tho
examining board being simply to
make a report of tho prescut c-ondi-
tlon of Dr. Lulr.'fl patlpitliai u bl
for it PompaniUvo examination lo
lake place every Hupp tnnnths here
after. This evnintnatloii was nrdei
ed by Hip Boaul of Health tint tlipy
might lip in possession ol Hie united
opinion of four dhintet cited and
linblinpd mcdiu.il gentlemen render
ed every thros montli9 m to what
progress llio cases under treatment
were making. Tliu following copy
of a letter to Dr. Lulz- explains it
ithclf: " 'Olllpo of Ihc Board of Health,
" 'Honolulu, Sept. 1, 18!)0.
" 'Dr. A. Lilts'., Government Spe
" 'Sir: By direction of tlio
Board of Health I have the honor to
inform you that at a meeting held
Augiiflt'yOlli, it was decided that all
patients that have been under your
treatment for throe months should
be examined by tlio board of exam
ining physicians, their condition
carefully noted, and that every
three months heieafter the, be. le
oxamined and the result reported to
tho Boaid or Health.
" 'Believing that you would ob
jocl, from natuial feelings of deli
cacy, to sitting in judgment on your
own patients at such examinations,
the Board of Health will excuse you
from that duty, and have appointed
Dr. IlenriG.McGicw in your stead.
' 'The first examination will take
place this afternoon at L' o'clock at
tho Kalilii Receiving Station.
" 'I have tho honor to bo, Sir,
" ' i our obedient sci vanl,
" 'Gr.o. C. PoTihir,
"15 1'. Lutz was invited to be pio-
pent at the examination but dccliii-
"1 have the honor lo be,
"Vom Excellency's most obedi
"Gi.o. C. PoTir.u,
Rep. Kalua moved that the an
swer be placed on tlio order of llic
day for consideration. Carried.
Rep. Kalua moved that the vote
to refer the Oahua Railway Bill to a
committee lie reconsidered. lie had
opposed tlio bill from the fust, but
the matter had been fully discussed
on second reading. It was his be
lief on further rellection that the
committee could not help them any,
as the only question in reality was
whether to gho the company $500
or $700 a mile, lie was in no way
interested, had not been "seen" by
Mr. Dillingham, had not even got a
free tide on the train, but lie could
see no uso in leaving the matter to a
Noble Macfaralnc said this was
only a repetition of the tactics pur
sued from the beginning by the
promoters of this railway. By somo
mysterious means tho lion, member
for Wuiluku, who was one of Hie
strongest opponents of the bill from
tho start, had been won over. It
was very Btrangc how the promoters
of the bill tried to prevent the
House from getting information of
the company's affairs. The lion,
mover for reconsideration was one
of tho hardest of all to influence
when he was trying to prevent the
indefinite postponement of the bill.
He was in favor of tho railway and
of a liberal subsidy, and considered
$2500 was a liberal Bubsicty. The
company should court tho investiga
tion sought, and tho Pacific Com
mercial Advertiser so fond of put
ting tilings "on record" should
put on record those who vote to sup
press the proposed investigation. He
called for the ayes and noes on the
Noblo Crabbc liked consistency
(laughter). lie had introduced a
resolution for a committee to inves
tigate the eastern routo or mo pro
posed railway, and Noble Macfar
lane opposed it while Noblo Hind
said it would take two years.
Noble Hind I did not.
Noblo Crabbc You did, I beg
Noblo Macfnrlano had no recol
lection of such u resolution ; in fact,
never paid much attention to any
thing from the hon. Noble.
Noblo Ciabbc Baid the lemaik of
the hou. Noble was in keeping with
tho very gentlemanly remarks ho
had made to him outside regarding
a certain committee's report.
Rep. Paehaolu favored reconsid
eration, holding that nothing was to
bo gained from a committee. He
moved tho previous question. Car
ried. Tho ayes and noes were called,
when there appeared:
Ayes Ministors Blown, Spencer,
and Peterson; Nobles McCarthy,
Phillips, Crabbo, Kotthane, J. M.
Horner, Baldwin, V. Y. Horner,
lirAlK-nInn A rlfi.nn tnn 'Pntnnalf ff
Kanoa; Rep. C. Blown, Cummings,
Murqucs, Lucas, R. W. Wilcox,
Rosa, Bush, Kauhi, A. Horner,
Waipullani, Apiki, Paehnolc, Kane
alii, Kalua, Kamai, Knudseu, Rice
Noes Nobles Bcrger, Macfar-
lano, Muller, Pua, Hind, Burchardt,
Cornwell, G. N. Wilcox; Rops.
Baker, Rickard,Kaliookano, While,
Hnlstead, and A. S. Wilcox. 11.
Rep. Brown moved tlio bill pas9.
Rep. Rickard moved that "seven
hundred" be. erased and "five hun
dred" Htibfltitutcd. Ho felt tho
eamo as Noblo Macfarlano on tho
subject, and was in favor of giving
tho company all tho subsidy tho
Government could afford.
Noblo Baldwin said tlicio had
been no bill before tho House which
had more attention than this one.
Members had probably all made up
tlioir minds as to action on It, Ho
had been conservative all through,
having opposed the Interest guaran-
lee. but he felt Hint 18500 n mil
wris tml loo tntuli. 'Phi optuton
had been conririnfd after pnlngf ovor
the line. Ilu would ink tlio hon
Noble Mnefiirlnno If, n a memheff '
or - firm having dcnllngi with Foi
ler '- Co., he did not know tint
S'JiOO a mile would nwuccly morel
than pay for the ialh. Thh icnmrk '
ho made in a spirit of fail lies and1
hnsod on his own purel.ttics nf in 1- I
Noblo Pua was in favor of Hip bill
but thought the S.'iOO asked by the
company was suflleicnt. lie coul.l
not understand why the hou. mem
ber from Molokal had moved for
8200 a mile more limn tltc company
Noble Coinwoil had favored the
bill going to a committee not for the
purpose of killing the bill or of re
ducing tho subsidy, .since the guar
antee had been sliuck out he
thought S700 a mile was not too
much and ho supported the bill a-j it
Rep. Brown said the rails would
cost S2700 a mile, and at the lowest
calculation it would co3t $8000 a
mile lo make tho road.
Rep. Rickard thought it iniittcied
not whether the road coat 8000 or
880,000 a mile, but the question
was what the Government could af
ford to give it. He was satisfied the
road would not pay its promoters,
but the Government could not af
ford more than S2.')00 a mile. Sub
sidizing private entei prises meant
that Hie Government would have lo
pictige us credit ior loans, which
would have lo be repaid by exac
tions from poor people getting tittle
benefit fiom such enterprises. He
was acting in tho matter witii the
same care as if it was his own money
that was being voted.
Rep. Pacliaolo spoke of tho rail
way ties on Hie Ewa branch being
of ohia wood fiom Hawaii, and
a large piopoition of the labor being
native Hawaiian, and said lie was
not ashamed of his amendment in
creasing the subsidy. Two planta
tions of an aggregate vidua of n mil
lion dollars had been started tluongh
Rep. White was in favor of tho
amendment, repeating his lcmaikb
of a former occasion about the lands
being bought up ahead by tlio pro
moters. Mr. Dillingham had em
ployed Chinese mainly on the road,
but began employing natiC3 in
order lo make influence for this bill.
When the bill passed he would ic
call his Chinese friends.
Time was called on the speaker.
Noble Macfarlano moved for re
cess, saying that if it did not carry
he wished to make somo remarks.
Rep. White began to speak but
was called to order. He claimed
the privilege of making his second
speech under tho rules, and Noblo
Macfarlane, who had been noticed
by tho Chair, resigned the floor lo
him. Tlie speaker went on to say
that the railway would bo for the
benefit of Mr. Castle, who was now
pulling wires in tlio lobby.
Noble Macfarlane would not keep
the House long. Recess might en
able the promoters to make another
raise, as they seemed to be getting
now supporters rapidly. The
speaker suggested something about
what might have been moved j-cs-terday.
Noble McCarthy It would have
been lost. Thero was a gicat mis
take about that vote.
President Walker There was not.
I counted llio votes carefully, fair
ly, and impaitially. I emphatical
ly deny that statement. I am in a
better position than any other mem
ber of tlic House to make a correct
Noble Macfarlano referred to the
discrepancies in the estimates of the
cost of the road by different mem
bcis. Ho did not know the price of
rails and was not a member of tho
firm of Geo. W. Macfarlano & Co.
The company's exhibit filed in the
Intoiior Olllce showed a shortage of
S3000, and its books should be ex
amined by a committee. Thero was
a mysterious change in tlio temper
of the House since yestorday, and
he said that members had been
brought under influences that were
not crcditablo to thorn.
Rep. Cummings moved tlio pre
vious question, which carried ; and
that the ayes and nucs be called,
The ayes and noes were called on
tho amendment to reduce the sub
sidy from $700 to 8500, when thore
Ayes NoblesBerger, Macfarlane,
Muller, Pua, Hind, Burchardt, G.
N.Wilcox; Reps. Nawahl, Baker,
Rickard, Hookano, While, Kanealii,
Kalua, Halstead, Kamai, A. S. Wil
cox and Waipnilani 18.
Noes Ministeis Brown, Spencer,
and Pcteison; NoIjIch McCaitbv,
Phillips, Crabbo, Kauhnnc, .1. M.
Horner, Baldwin, W. i. Homer,
Cornwell, Walbridgo, Anderson,
von Tcmp8ky, and Kanoa; Reps.
Brown, Cummings, Marques, Lucas,
Rosa, Bush, Kauhi, A. Horner,
Apiki, Pnchaolc, KnudHcn, Rico and
R. W. Wilcox 23.
Noblo McCarthy moved to rccon
bider Hie vote.
Tho bill passed third reading on
a 6liow of hands.
Noblo McCarthy moved to lccou
sider tho vote. Lost.
Recess from 12:35 to 2 o'clock.
T7 EAWI lJeans fur radio at
100 pounds or 1 buir. 25 otmu.
Also, Nutivo Hay. Apply to ileUullum
at Kanlolanl Park, at hours of Vi noon
or 6 v, M., or by Jlntual Tclcphono No.
I Ul. ' C22 Jm
The Equitable Life Ass
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. Tlic additional fea
ture of Irmmwioo goes with eveiy Bond.
Tlie following arc a few of tho many attractive forma offered by this
oilginaljurd progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE,
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " u
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
Tho Company is equitable, its piyments pioinpl and ceitain, and its
From the irc(o York inn, April -Uh, 18'JO.)
Tho Lurtfesli Bti3incns JEver Transacted by a Life Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of Now
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiftt
Miu.iok Dollars. This is at Hie rate of (wo hundred millions ofassur
ancoor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assuranco.
Sfiylnformalion chcei fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undei signed at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT, "
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kqnilabte Life Assuranco Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
& C Vet J pi a m 3 fT
COKNEIl HOTISL &
Having removed our S015A WORKS lo more commodious quarter? at
ro. SO IT-OJT STREET,
(Near the Custom House)
Wo are now prepared to furnish at bhoit notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages :
I UIIUUlJ uumuuj
SarBaparilln, Snrsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
lining exclusively tho HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
FORT STREET. : :
K. R. Unnnnr, President & Manager.
QouritKT Buovn, Secretary to Tioasuier.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. SprecIcelN' Jtimk, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Oen'l Hardware, Giassware, Crockery,
Genuino Haviland China, plain and decoratod; and Wedgowood
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chandeliers & Electoliors,
Lump Pixtures of all kinds, A comploto asaortm't of Drills Jc Piles,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES i EVERY DESCRIPTION '
The "Quzollo" 3-wheoled Biding Plow fc Equalizer,
Bluobeaid Itico Plow, Planter Stool & Goosoucekcd Hoes,
LABI), CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,- .'
Paints, VarnibliCH & Brushou, Manila & Sisal Rope,
HANDLES-OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, Jbitlotaie, QCoee,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, & STEAM,
Agato Iron Waro, Silver Plated Ware, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Powdor, Shot & Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machino-loaded Cartridges,
Hurt'a Patent "Duplex''" Dio Bt&oli tor Pipo & Bolt Threading,
Jliirtmuu's Steel AViro Pence it Steel Wire Hutu,
Wm. C. FHhur'a Wrought Steel Ranges,
Gato City Btono Filterd,
"Now Process" Twist Drill,
nov-20-89 Neal'i Carriage Tainta,
John P.na, Vice-President
Cnoir. BitowN, Auditor.