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THURSDAY, SEPT. !, 1800.
OABU RAILWAYS LAND CO
t Tnkc ttnvct Atucnot :to. man.
A.M. A.M. P.M.
Loavo llonoullull. .1: 10
Arr.vo Honolulu.. ti:ll
s-.i." i:ir. r::m;
si s-in 2s ii emit
10:51 I'.tol ....
11 :' t '' ....
Satnidaysuud Moudiy? only.
'IVru alien A, I. .1 Sehae, 13,'y days
Slim-ln-iil'int for Lahalim and Il.iina-
kna at 10 :i ii
Solir Kuulkc.ioiill for I Culm In
Hclir l.uUii tor Koltala
Stnir Klnaii for Maul and Hawaii at
1' p m
Wnir O K lli'liop for Walanac, Walalua
and Koolnii at 1) a m
UAHCUES FRGF.1 ISLAND PORTS.
ytnir IVlo li" 5 liafjs sugar. ".!) bsnrol
iuolaspM. and 211 umpir liniuN.
Ktini'UK Illshop 1120 lugi MiiBiir. 170
)J; iluc, 1!S cawjs giapus and 7
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Cliutdtne, W Jl Dodd, from Cllas-
111; Magnat, O Faut. from Now Casllo.
N a W
Itk llanctor, II 11 Lewi", from Dola-
Uk Ci.lumbla, W G Goodman, from l'ort
Ilk Matilda, Gail .1 Swcnson, from Do-
Bk I'aul Isoiib"t:rg, F .T AVoltcis. from
Bkliio S X Castlu, L 11 Hubbard, fiom
Bktno PlnntLM', 1? A Dow, from San
Bktnis W II Dimond, B 1' Dicw, fiom
Bktnc Diseoveiy, MuXcll, fiom San
Schr Ruby A Cousins, G C Cousins, from
Tern Allen A, I. J Soliage, from Eureka
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
.31 B SI Flagfhlp Warspltc fiom BiltiWh
.Br ship Bleuglleld palled fiom Elver
pool Apr IS, due. Aug 21
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San
Fiaucisco due Aug 1
iBrbk Bilker from London, sailed Apr
IS, due Aug 2."
IBr bk Girvan from Liveipool, sailed
.luly 10, due Nov 15-80
S S Farallon from San Diego due Sep
Am bk iM-arlha Davie, w a Pendleton,
from Bobton, sailed Apiil 25, dtiu
Bk Ceylon, from Kan riancNeo, due
Bk Forest Cuecn, from San Francisco
due Sept 10-15
Sebr Olga, liom San Francisco, duo
Brig VV G Irwin, from Sau Francisco,
due Sept 10-15
Bk (J D Bryant, from San Franeboo,
due Sept 12-17
From Koolnu, per stinr C B. Bishop,
SeptS Hon 11 A Widemann, flon Paul
Isenberg, Hon J Marden, JlisMiewaid,
Sllss Atklusou, and 27 deck.
The tern Allen A., Captain E J
Schagc, arrived this morning, 104 davs
from Etneka, with 383,000 feet luinb'or
consigned to Messrs Lewcrs &o Cooke.
Had line weather and light winds the
entire passage As neatly all the
wharves are engaged with ships, she has
to wait in the stieain till the schooner
Ituby A Cousins gets through discharg
ing tier cargo of lumber.
The barlf Magnjit has nearly finished
discharging caigo of coal at the U It &
li Company's wlurf. fahe will sail for
Port Discovery in ballast at the latter
part of next week.
THE Jlechank'R' & Worktngmcn's P.
P. Union will meet In thu IC. of P.
Hall, Fort sticet, at iho usual hour on
FJHDAY EVENING, the nth lnt.
IH8 3C PEIt ORDKIt.
ALL members of the Honolulu Ailon
areicqucstcd to attend the an
nual raeetlug at tho Hall, FRIDAY
EVENING, aept. 5th, at 7:30 o'clock.
Election of ollk'crs, etc.
A QUARTERLY meeting of tho
Board of Trustees of tho Queen's
Hospital will bo held at Iho Boom of
tho Chamber of Commerce, on SATUR
DAY NEXT, tho 0th inst.. at li'.tO
l'.M. Per older.
F. A. SC1IAEFEE.
Honolulu, Sept. !, 1SQ0. (U!) 2t
From Bremer Ralliskoller,
From Aug, Renter, Rucdcslieira,
From J, G. Glade, II. Lannstein.
For bide at all prices by
H. W. SCHMIDT k
IQOAI. & QfiH:
Till! rridtld lor Kcpteinbol Is Wli
. .. .. .
Rooms to lot 11u iniiiudV walk
from die 1'hI Oillccniundwtthrd.
A rM:K is wanted. 'Ilio-n in tfaitt.
of tlio pituation aro lo apply hi King
A Saving's Bitnk book Inn been
lost null a U'Wiiul is uU'en d for its
.Mr. L. J. Lnvcy will It. id Id ir-gu-lai
cash trnlu lo-inoi tow, ut 10 u. m,
Tins cvcnini: at 7:ii0 o'clock U t lit.
linn1 foi ilu' tnonilily meeting of Ihe
Honolulu Firo Depailineiit,
A (iPAUii'.iiLV meeting of tlio llu.ud
of Tiiiitcca of tlio (Jtiouu'i Hospital
is onllud for Sutuidiiy not, at 1:110
Tim Hawaiian Wins ('. lmvo an
ndvortiMiiiiunt in this i -1 f (. wltich
Mioulil ho load and catefully muu'in
liL'it'd ly its patioim.
Tup. ltuti' of a pioei- ul (iiimmii
iiiimiI land on tlio Eitplairnlu for 10
yoaM in aihorlncd 1" tal:c place dii
October 1-t, at thu onti.Hiuo to Alii
To-i.w is tlic nnnivoisaiy of Idr.
B. V. liillingliam's bitllidav, llic
Ki.inting of tin t). If. It. .v 1 1 Co.V
fnincbitfi', anil of the uinuing of thu
first. train on tin 0. 1!. 15. ,t'j.. Co.'s
Rnv. Eli.n Bond, of Cohala, has
received tlio ilogtco of 1). 1)., fiom
Ilowdiiii College. Tlii.-i niisi(iin.rv
father (of tlio Bowdoin cI.ish of '37)
has thus received a wcll-n.eiilcd dig
nity. The Fiiond
A KPCKfiio.v will ho held at the
Tndusliial Home for Hawaiian (litis,
at the old lliadlcy piomifos, Beie
lania stieet, Kiiday evening, at 7 ::!()
o'clock. All friends of Hawaiian
educalion ooulially invited to meet
the leauhci, nolo ihe needs of the
institution, and aid in the opening
of the Home.
EVENTS THIS EVEHINC.
XutiaiHi Chapter of Hose Croix
No. 1 A. and S. li., :it 7 ::.().
Meeting Hoard of iJepresenfatives
Honolulu Firo Department, at 7:110.
HOUSE ANU LOBBY.
Dr. LuIk visited the Legislature
Mr. Thurston, cx-Minislcr of the
Interior, listened to the debate on
his petition from behind the bar.
Mr. Canavari O.Portuguese Charge
tl'Affaires, occupied the spare chair
beside the Minister of Foreign Af
fairs this morning.
Hon. Paul Neumann and Mr.
Ilenrj' Wntcrhousc, relics of differ
ent former regimes, sat in the
strangers' row a short time to-day.
ncroni: ji ccu.v, .r.
Tiiunsuw, .Sept. -lth.
In re estate of Bcke Kama, of
Niupaipai, Honolulu, Oahu, de
ceased. Petition of Samuel Kama
lo bo appointed administrator.
Ordered that letters of Administra
tion be issued to petitioner under
5200 bond. W. L. Kaliolokahiki
for petitioner, petitioner and two
A FAREWELL PARTY.
Capt. McCtirley and ofllcors of
the U. S. S. Nipsic gave a farewell
partyon board last night. Invita
tions Jiad been numerously circulat
ed, to which there was a liberal res
ponse. Tho ship's boats were at
tho wharf to convey tho guests
aboard. The ship was specially and
prettily decorated for the occasion.
Among the guests were the Sover
eign of the nation, Cabinet Minis
ters, Legislators, and diplomatic
and consular representatives of for
eign countries. Dancing was on the
programme, for which the Hawaiian
baud furnished music. Refresh
ments of the best quality were dis
pensed in abundance. Enjoyment
abounded, the only reflection calcu
lated to produce a contrary feeling
beinglhe fact that the occasion was
one of "farewell" to the ship and
FAREWEU..TO COO KIM.
Last evening tho Chincso Chris
tians of Honolulu Itllcd the lower
rooms of the Chinese church which is
under the caro of Mr. Frank Da
mon. The members of the church
and Sabbath School camo together
to give li farewell, reception to Mr.
Goo Kim, who has been for a num
ber of years a deacon in the church.
Speeches wcio made by several of
tho Chinamen ; then tho pastor of
the church, Mr. Wong spoke of the
rewards that must como when after
the labor of the past such kind
words were now expressed by those
who had been associated with him.
As a reminder of these rewards u
beautiful silver cup was presented.
Tho pastor quoted somo lines from
one of the Chinese poems, in whloh
the joy of drinking tho cup of social
pleasure was described, and then
voiced the wish of his fiiends that
Mr, Goo Kim might by-and-by bo
permitted lo tlrlulc tho cup of tho
water of life.
Refreshments were served and a
very social hour passed by. The
Chinese school has already opened
with a largo number of scholars
both boys and girls. Some of tho
Chinese aro evidently showing great
loyalty to tho friends who for many
years have worked so earnestly in
their behalf, W.
TO iMfi1! imp??
SEVENTY- FIRST DAY.
Tiii'itsrtAY, Sept. 4.
The Home met at 10 o'clnrl:.
IJqi. I5i own, on Misp"u-oi'ii of (ho
rules, presented a petition Irotn L.
A. 'luiiriiluu, ex-iMiiiiter of Iho In
tcilot, complaining that certain
charges were made against himself
and the Snppi iittrmluat of Public
Works by the financo cotnnilUei,
without having given litem any op
poittinity of defense or explanation
icgardiii'g the niattcrt alleged, nnd
praying that an iinpailial committee
bo appointed to muliiiate the
charge in (poMiioii.
Noble Haldv.in moved that the
potllion bo laid on tho initio to be
fuusiiloii'd with the finance commit
Noble Muller moved that the pnti
lion be relcried b-tck to the intto
ducer. it wan a piece of itnpii
denco Two of the lato Minisleti
tneakod out of Honolulu whenever
they went out of ollice.
Jtep. linmn asked who had im
pudence, the intioducor or thu peti
tioner. Noble Muller said the petitioner.
Hep. Iliowu said that everybody
hail the tight of petition under the
mine vi uu'inann regained mo
petition as impudence in the highest,
degree. There was Iho "Thunder
er" this morning saying Iho finance
commit lei'N lepott contained nothing
thai eilher parly could consider, but
now Ihe late Minister finds some
thing in it against which he feels
bounds to defend himself. It wns
an insult to the House lo ask for a
committee to investigate tho report
of one of its standing committees.
What did the ex-Minister want of a
committee? It was lo hoodoo them
to explain his motives. The
House had nothing to do with his
motives but had to deal with his
actions, lie would move that tho
petition be laid on tho table.
Rep. KicKard, in suppoiling the
motion of Noble Baldwin, took ex
ception to the language used regard
ing Mr. Thurston, who did not de
Rep. Kalua supported Noble Bald
win's motion, saying that if the
finalicc committee had brought
chaiges against the petitioner with
out giving him a hearing, it was cer
tainly a matter to be investigated by
the ilouse. They should not have
it go abroad that one party in the
House tiicd to suppicss fair discus
sion. There was a general agree
ment lately between both parties lo
work together for the common bene
fit. Rep. R. "W. Wilcox interjected
that lie had not been a party to any
Rep. Kalua went on to argue that
it was wrong for members to gratify
spite against political opponents by
lef using to entertain the petition.
Members would complain if a court
of justice condemned a man unheard.
He had grown up with Mr. Thurston
but disagreed with his politics, and
ho did not appear on this occasion
as his personal defender. All he
wanted was to give the petitioner
lair play and to sustain the constitu
tional right of petition.
Rep. Pachaole claimed that tho
late Minister had a perfect light to
come in by petition and demand a
hearing in answer to the charges
Rep. R. W. Wilcox wa3 surprised
that the late Minister of the Interior
should have at last emerged from
his obscurity. If you saw a group
of men passing and sang out,
"There noes a bald man," the one
that would get mad and take off his
hat would bo the bald man. In
this case it was clear that Mr.
Thurston was the bald-headed man
of the late Ministry. That gentle
man did not givo Mr. Gibbon the
chance of a healing on tho UOth of
Rep. Kalua called the member lo
order as being away from the ques
tion, and both members were talking
at each other, when the President
rapped for order and called for in
terpretation. The President ruled the remaiks
out of order.
Rep. Hush questioned the ruling,
hold that tlio lion, member was only
instituting a proper comparison.
Rep. Wilcox, after a few words
more, said he favored considering
tho petition with the report.
Noblo 'Widemann had uoUso much
objection to the petition as to its
tenor. Tho petitioner asked for an
impaillal committee, but what ho
wanted was n partial ono a com
mittee on whom he could put his
own spectacles, whom ho could
make Jieliovo black was white. Ho
would, however, withdraw his mo
tion. Rep. Nawahi was in favor of en
tertaining the petition would like
to have tho Minister there even to
have him explain hla aulhniity for
borrowing money to build tho Vol
cano road. If ho could not show
his authority he should bu mado
liable for the amount himself.
Rep. Kahookano admitted tho
right of the ex-Minister to petition
the House, but ho went too far when
ho asked to have tho report of one
committee referred to another com
mittee. Thereforo ho moved 'the
petition bo icferred back to tho In
troducer, with leave to piesent an
other petition for something the
Houso could grant.
Noblo Muller regarded tho impu-
dwW ti HlG palUlgll lij IlK 111 HA frt
tjut'sl nr Hilbfltcl' t'OlDinlltt'P. niiil III
lit qualifying the onlnnilUre twnlcil
as "iinpailial," which wai an mi-CAlled-lor
rcllecLiou on the finance
ooinmiTloo and on the Presidunt who
appultited it. He bad no objection
lo thu Minlslir having a hearing.
Noblo McCarthy 'dated that the
finance committee staled nothing ic
uarding the Intciior Department
Unit was not taken from the book1?
of that Department. They found
the books so well kept and clear
that thoy did not need to make in
quiries excepting villi regard to tho
clrctiio light. Ho would bo very
otml to give the lain Minister of the
luteiior an oppoiluitily to defend
himself, as thero was nothing given
in the report which the committee
was not icatly to piove.
Noblo Macf.it lane sustained the
remaiks ol the pievious speaker.
They weie very uttul to Hud the
books of the interior Olllct: so well
kept, and only wished the books of
other dt'paitinents were in a similar
condition. Regarding Ihe motion
of Ihe member from Knhalu, that
the petition be leforred back to be
composed in a more gentlemanly
fashion, lie considered that would
be useless, as the petitioner could
not prepare a petition of a different
kind. The late .Minister thought the
soro spot on his head was a public
calamity, and his icqiiest for a com
mittcu wa3 insulting to Ihe Presi
dent, the finance committee, and
Rep. Brown admitted that such a
petition was unprecedented, but Iho
action of the House in making the
finance committee's repoit an order
of the day was" unusual. He. also
admitted that the wording of the
petition was too htrong. It was
written hastily that morning and if
lie had perused it ciitically he be
lieved he would have had it amend
ed before presentation. There was,
however, reason for the late Minis
ter's request. The committee had
given conclusions on points of law
in their report, and there should be
a hearing for the purpose of getting
other views on the points involved.
The speaker referred to other cir
cumstances of the case which he
considered put Mr. Thurston at an
Rep. Kniidscn said that if the
petition came from his own brother
lie would not receive it. The princi
ple of allowing one committee to in
vestigate the work of another one
should not be entertained. The pe
tition should bo laid on the table
and consideration of tho report be
postponed for a week.
Noble Burehatdt's objection to
the petition to the petition was its
gross injustice in accusing tiie com
mittee of partiality. The lato Min
ister went away soon after his resig
nation, nnd he did not sec him again
till a, few days ago. Then the
House should remember how lato
the report of the Minister of the In
terior was in presentation to the
House. The accusation of partiality
was unjust and the report should be
laid on the table.
Rep. Bush agreed with Rep.
Kuudfacn's idea ot postponing con
sideration of the report and allowing
the late Minister in the meantime to
present hi3 defense to the finance
committee. The implication of par
tiality on tho part of the finance
committee was an affront lo the
House, and the late Minister was
old enough to have known what lan
guage was proper in addressing the
Noble Baldwin said that the fi
nance coiftinittcc was entiiely com
posed of members who were oppos
ed to the late Ministry, and perhaps
particularly to the late Minister of
the Intciior. He thought too much
had been mado of the word "impar
tial," which he did not take as a
slur on tho finance committee, but
simply an intimation that a commit
tee representing both parties should
be appointed. If theic had been
even ono supporter of tho late Min
istry on the financo committee, ho
believed this discussion would not
have taken place to-day. Ho un
derstood thoic were explanations
that could have been given regard
ing certain transactions, and, with
out casting any reflections on tho
committee, he believed thoy would
stand better with the country if they
had given tho late Minister a hear
ing, and thoy should not object to
doing so on this occasion.
Noble Hurchardt, in reply to n
reference to himself by the previous
speaker, stated that he refused to
support a. motion for want of confi
dence in the lato Ministry, until
good cause could bo shown therofor.
It was known to many mombees that
the National Reform Party did not
count on him to suppoit such n mo
tion. Noblo Widemann proposed that
tho President leave tho chair, and
let tho lato Minister of tho Interior
lako his place and lay down the law
lo this House.
Rop. Kalun had the utmost confi
dence in thu finance committee, but
believed the lato Minister should
have a healing. Ho moved the pre
vious question, which carried.
Tho motion to lay on the table was
lost by the casting vote of the Pre
sident. A motion to adjourn was lost.
Rep. Kalua moved the petition bo
referred to the financo comniitteo,
with instructions to give tho lato
Minister of the Interior a hearing.
Rep. Bush raised the point of or
der that the previous question pre
cluded a new motion.
The motion to lay on tho table to
bo considered with the finance com
mittee'a report carried,
I'roslfleiil Walker, on a motion
fdi i pops;, replied to remarks of Nt
hie Baldwin, which, though nlcrly
made, implied that lie had been par
tial in appriiiting the finance com
mittee. It wax not easy lo appoint
tho eoinniillop'! m this -mall House,
llvu mi each conimltlcp. Ilowas
lequcited by many members to keep
them off committees so far as possi
ble. Hi' belonged to thu National
Reform Parly and considered lie had
a right to appoint a majority of that
patty on every committer. This
was nil he endeavored to do with the
finance committee. Ho was very
httlr acquainted with Several of tlio
country members, but ho appointed
Iwo of them who were claimed as
members of the Reform Parly. He
tool; the Advertiser's iew of their
politic and thought he had a fait
committee, and was ery sorry if
they had gone back on him. (Laugh
ter and applause.)
I.ueess from l'J:2." to 1 :.'10.
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DUCK Si Onr.AJU)TS
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
Beef, 1 and 2
. SALMON IN BARRELS.
sum 2!-!0-iy "
P. ANI B.
Paints & Cupids
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Solo Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
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smokestacks, and Iiuj been used for
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C2T Korcliculnrs or other informa
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To Patrons of the Kaaipu Dairy.
TUB iintlcrMgncd heieby respectfully
notifies tho publlo that ho hub ro
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teen mouths, dm Itur which It has been
manured by other parlies. Ho Is not,
and will not. bo icspoiiidhlofor any debts
contracted on account of said Dairy,
without tho written otdur of himself ot
itis wife. He lespeetfnlly solicits a eon
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now is rm rim i
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Having i amoved our SODA WOBKS to more commodious quarter. at
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(Near the CiMom House)
Wc are now picpared lo futnish at .short nolieo, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Clu Aerated Bovorages:
Plain, Sweet, Lemon, Strawberry or Cream Sola,
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Win. Q. FiHlior'd Wrought Steel Range,
Gato City fitono FilUTH,
& FOliT STKISUTH.
mi .j. i '.j.! u JUiLaj-i-miwg .
John Ena, VIce-Presldout
Okuii. Bitow.v, Auditor.
ntid decorated; and Wedijcwood
Process" Twist Drills,
Notil'a Carriago raintu.