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bAiin iJULLiciuw : LtdN rUu, a. l, September 4, ihjjo.
NO. 77 FORT KTRELT.
First Annual Gash. Clearance Sale I
Commencing Monday, Aug. 18th, for Two Weeks only.
Great Reduction in
lW- iiBjjinn . i nrf i ' i uiwwwmiii mi
mm m amjKmmmmm jwwnw
BfefifcafcKHw fft "a M i fw ii !! 'jiigiartirtew
Cilicos, 2'J jaids fot $1 l1'"' k Cnshtuorea nnd Merinos, 40c
' " , ,,, , . , vnr.1 and upward".
Clingbnm, 10 nnd 12 yard-. m 1 i,jUMi Wool Dicsm Omuls, 10c ynrd
Sateens, 7 ynnls for $1. uml upwind.
Table Linen, Napkin, Tinveln. Nlii'i(iiiKs !'.., !''..
Luce, Ladies Chemise, bkiiti",
Suociul bni trains in Black Lnco
Ladies' fe Children's Hosiery Hand
kerchiefs. Embroideries Gloves, Mitt, Rib
bons, ' , '
ID Nnuanu St,, Honolulu, H.I.
8olo Apcats in tlic Hawaiian Munih for
"Old Mannolia" ft "0. P. T."
nnp Bourbon WlittMos,
lacliman h lacolil'
Celolnalod California Wines.
Al', ittpiys la slock, ft rail Hie of tit do cc.t
Wo have for
B. P. EILE
Ul 1TOKT HXIAICKX.
HAVR .It'Rf KUCKIVKD A VKllY I.AUOK ASHOJITVEUT
Dressed & Undressed Kid Osoves
3N ALL LENGTHS.
CURTAINS IN LAGE, SCRIM, MADRAS k ANTIQUE
In Great Vuiiety. New Goods in till Department.
tW Our Dressmaking Department under the munngomont of MISS
CLARK will bo re-opened about May 12th.
Sarsaprilla k Iron Water,
Manufactured by Schmidt fc Co.,
.Stockton, Cala. It Is the most
wholesome mid delicious tonic and
bcvcinge of the ago.
"Otdeis from the utber Mauds
promptly attended to and goods cnie
fnllv packed foi shipment. WW ',1m
We Desire to CalbYour Mention To
XLV - DpniBTcnni jX
W vffi&xwatA $1
Will M.uirt for a short time at
Greenfield Stables, Kapiolani Park,
Dukk Spi:nckh is a dark bay, 4 yenis
old; stands 16';; hands high i Kind and
For Lubiicating the Valves and Cylinders of Steam Engines.
VALVOLINE is an earth oil specially picpared undei the highest utoam
heat and from which all volatile and earthy matter h.is been expellod by a
procesB which leaves a pure and heavy oil, which procnts tho eating uwny
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing peifeelly clean. Tliib
was the first Mineral Oil introduced for bte.nn cylindeis and has been in con
wtant ue over eighteen ye.us.
Btjd Vc alBO manufactiuc Supeiior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
claBMis of machinery. -
HjOoxuxvcI &c IElli,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Solo Agents. coi am
" Dtmond JBloclr," 3Vo. 95 & 97 ISIugr Biveot.
T 12 T T C5 It 10 1C t
By Uukfl of Norfolk.
1 bt dam Lou Spencer bv Norfolk
Hud dam Ballot lna... by Imp. Bnliowuie
3id dam llcnule Fairow
by Imp. Sbnmiock
4 tli dam Ida by Imp. Balshayzar
rth dam Madam Bosley (Gamma's
Dam) I by hlr Itichard
fith dam Nancy Xichul.. .by imp. Eagle
7tli dam Bet. Bolcv '.
by Wilkes' Wonder
8th dam by Chanticleer
Hth dam by Imp. Sterling
10th dam by Olodius
11th dam by Imp. Sllvercye
12th dam by imp. Jolly Koaer
18th dam by Imp. Paitner
1 -1 tli dam by imp. Monkey
IGtli dam imp. marc from the stud ot
Hanlson, of Brandon
EgP Best of core taken with animals.
In oasis of accident no i expansibility
will be assumed.
W. II. RICHARD,
022 tf Honoknn, Hawaii.
rpnr. next trim begins MONDAY,
X .September 1st. Nt w ptipiU
sbonld apply at once. Tor further par
ticulate apply to
Wr. n. OLESON,
028 21 1 rilnelp.il.
Granite, iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Coeds,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPiJEE, AND
093 Sheet Iron Work.
castle" & cookeT
KEAWI Beans for cattle at 1.2..;
100 pounds or 1 bag, 25 cents.
Al'o, Native Hay. Apply to McCtillum
at Kapiolanl Pnik. ar boms of 12 noon
or C i. u., or by Mutual Telephone "So.
OK 022 ltn
HOX. Curtis P. lauUea is authorised
until further notice, to collett all
Crown Land rents, and to give receipts
for the Mime.
Crown Land Agent.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, 1800. f.35 tf
I jftipoifc-riti u w.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
.Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpcntera', lllackHmiths', MnehiniHth' fe Plunibprfl' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen UtoiiAiln, J'aintH, O'iIh, VnrniBliCH, Lump OojmIm and
i Steam Pomps, Weston's Centrlfngals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
Walter M. Giftard will act for
me under liower of attorney dur
ing my absence fiom this Klncdom.
Wm. G. IHW1X.
Honolulu, Aug. 2D, 1890. HM 2v
DUJUXG thQ tenmoraty nbenro of
our Mr. W. (. Irwin from the
Kingdom Mi . E. I. Spalding w ill net for
him in all business nmtteis couteutcd
with our Kan);.
claus srnr.oKELS & co.
Honolulu, Aug. 2S1, 1890. 0 1 1 w
ALL persons are hereby warned
against Bhootlng or tiespasMng on
tho lamia owned by urn in ttie District
of Wnlplo and AVuikele, Ea, and on
tho land on Walkakuhiua, hold by mo
under lease. All poisons m Bhootlng
or trespassing will bo prosecuted to tho
full extent oi the law.
C. A. BROWN.
Honolulu, Aug. 0, 18V0. Cir. 2v
Numerous 'Maps and Sketches,
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
C29 flw 40 Merolinut t., Ilonolulu.
The Ilotiso resumed at 2 o'clock.
Minister Blown, for tlio Cabinet,
answered the questions of Rep.
Marques regarding certain project
ed removals from ofllce as follow s '.
In answer to the question pro
pounded by Hon. A. Marques on
tho 2d lust., I have to say that tho
Ministers nre unaware of the fact
stated by Rep. Mniqucs, "that the
Nutionni Reform Party have persist
ently demanded the" removal from
ofllce of a certain few Individuals
notorious for their incompetence or
their offensive and notivc partisan
ship in politics," and they cannot
ami do not believe that tho National
Reform Party or any political orga
nization has become so demoralized
over tho pursuit of oflloe as tho
statements of Rep. Maiqties would
lead them to infer. .
In reply to the question as lo
"want the Cabinet proposed lo do
in the matter, tire any changes to bo
made, and u ao, when.-" the reply
is that such changes as are found
lo be necessary or expedient will be
made with duo regard to tho clll
ciency of tho public service and at
bitch time as the Cabinet may doom
appropriate, The Cabinet further
de6rc to stale that they arc exceed
ingly surprised at the tancand.tcnor
of the questions asked and would
inform the honornblo gentleman that
tboy consider their "woul of honor"
to be above the inuendocs and situs
sought to bo cast upon il in the
fourth paiagraph of the questions,
and also to inform the honornblo
gentleman of a fact which he seems
to have overlooked that the Cabinet
when they took ofllce swore to faith
fully discharge and perform the du
ries peitaining to their several of
llccs, and they consider that they
would be violating their oaths in re
cognizing and carrying into effect
the spoils system.
Rep. Kniua moved theieplybc
accepted and laid on the table.
Rep. Marques seconded tho mo
tion. It was not his intention to
discuss it now. Tho matter could
be settled later.
The motion carried.
Rep. Knlua resolved that after
September 8th no more bills bo in
troduced, except such as have lieon
Noble Burchardt resolved that the
Committee on Accounts be author
ized to pay the bills of the Special
Committee to Investigate at the Ka
lihi Hospital. It appeared that the
charges for cab hire wore excessive.
Rep. Knudsen said the members
of the committee on accounts
thought the charges for hack biro
ejutravagaut, and it was proper
thcrefoie that the matter should
have been brought before the House.
Thirty-six dollais a day for car
riages was extravagant and should
not bo paid.
Noble Mullcr wauled mote infor
mation on the subject.
Rep. Paehaole said the committee
had made three trips out there, and
did not always go together. The
heaviness of the charge was due to
waiting time. Ojio afternoon the
carriages were engaged from half-
past one to six. Other members ot
tho House went out, but the drivers
charged the same for waiting in "the
case of one man as of, several. Com
mittee members ha'd to be driven
home, and one lived at the Junction
of Waikiki road, another up Liliha
Noble Kauhane thought a saving
could have been made by, hiring the
hacks by tho day.
Rep. Kalua luither explained tho
The resolution was adopted.
Rep. Bush read a first timo by
title his bill to amend Sec. 48, Chil
Code, relating to juries. Read a
second time by title and referred to
hdect committee on that subject.
Noble Crabbe submitted a resolu
tion, asking the Minister of the Inte
rior to furnish tho Ilbtisc with a
copy of the lease, by the lato Gov
ernment to the Oahu Railway &
Land Co., of the western pat t of the
Rep. ICnlua moved that all amenn
racntfl to the Constitution be taken
from the tablo and referred to the
select committee- on that subject.
Rep. Cummiugs road a flrnt lime
by title his bill to encourage the cul
tivation of coffee.
OIWF.U OK Till! DAY.
Second reading of the Hawaii
Noble Phillips, in view of the tem
per of the House in regard to the
Oahu Railway Bill, to which this bill
was similar In principle, asked leave
lo withdraw tho bill.
Rep. Kalua moved that tho bill be
mnde the order of tho day some day
next week. They should hold on to
the bill for fear it might not come
Rep, Brown supported tho request
of tho introducer for leave to with
draw the bill.
Noble Muller, to save the time of
tho House, moved the bill pass to
Tho motion for leave was canied.
Third reading of tho bill to create
cantouiers or permanent workcin on
tho public roads.
, Tho President Interrupted the in
terpreter's' reading by Baying it was
not necessary to read further, as n
section had boon left out of the bill
and It would have to be rcferrsd
back to the enrollment committee.
Third reading oi bill relating to
liens on public highways.
Minister Brown moved the bill
Consideration of the Appropria
tion Bill in committee of the whole.
Noblo 1'hllllps was called lo the
Support of English, Hawaiian,
and Common Schools, 8170,000; re
pot t of select committee rccom
mendinE S1UO,000, with 820,000 for
St. Louis College and ntlllinted
Rep. Brown moved to olriko out,
"Salary Deputy Inspector, $4500,"
as tho committee say il is included
in tho general appropriation. Car
ried. Rep. Brown moved that tho item
for support of schools pass at 8190,-
000 as recommended.
Noblo Baldwin asked for the rea
sons. Rep. Marques said the Board had
originally asked for 8180,000 and
the extra 810,000 was recommended
on account of the proposal to in
crease teachers' salancB.
Passed at $(190,000.
Rep. Brown moved that tho item
of 812,000 for thu Reformatory
Rep. R. W. "Wilcox moved il he
Rep. Brown understood that thcro
wore fourteen boys in tho school.
Thero was no other placo for boys
who got into mischief. It was an
institution such as every civilized
country possessed. Boys ought not
to be sent to prison to assooiale with
criminals. It would be a great mis
take to strike the item out.
Noble Crabbe said that on the
former consideration of theso items
ho moved that this one be struck
out. He would now move that the
item be reduced to 8GO00.
Noblo Baldwin had not been
tluough the institution, but in pass
ing it unci ucen struct: willi tue ap
pearance of the surroundings. There
was a necessity for an institution of
this kind, and he would not like to
see the appropriation diminished.
Perhaps the school had not been
kept up as it should, but let them
vote the 812,000 and probably some
thing would be done toward im
Noble Burchatdt supported the
passage of the item at the full
amount. There was no question as
to the necessity of such an institu
tion, not only for the class men
tioned but for boys whose parents
could not control them. He des
cribed a case in point coming under
his own observation.
Rep'. R. V. Wilcox would with
draw his motion if the Board would
give assurance of putting a live man
in charge. There were only four
boys in the school a shoit time ago,
and tho principal was getting $100
a'tnoutb, with an assistant at $70,
and another native assistant. The
speaker made reflections on the
character of the principal, and said
that if the Cabinet amounted to
anything it would turn the wholo
Board of Education out.
Noble Pua was in favor of tho
motion to strike the item out. The
report of the President of the Board
of Education gave no encouraging
report of tho school.
Minister Brown reminded mem
bers that the expenses of the school
since March 31 had to bo paid, so
that the item could not be entirely
struck out. Under a former man
agement the school was a terror to
tho neighborhood, from the depre
dations of its pupils. Ho hnd net
heard of anything of tho kind lately.
There are fourteen, boys now in tho
school. If only two or llnee boys
were saved irom the gutter by the
institution, it would be worth while
Rep. Nawabi moved the committee
Noblo Phillips presented the re
port, which was adopted.
Tho House adjourned nt4 o'clock.
IE OWN & CO.
Win. G. Irwin.
Theo. O. Porter
csldcnt & Manager
Oceanic utnilg Ooi'y.
AGENTS OP Tim
or Man FranclNCO, Cnl.
t-Wm. O. Irwin & Co., (L'd),have
assumed the assets and liabilities of tho
late firm of Wm. G. Irwin & Co., and
will continue tho general business
formeilv can led mi lv that house.
' 023 tf
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IS hereby given to nil persons that at
a meeting of tho shareholders of
Wm. G. Irwin As Co, (L'd), held on
the 81st day of July, 181)0, It was voted
to accept, tho Chatter of Incorporation
dated July 24, 1890, and gi'anted to
tliein and their associates and succesgniH
under the corporato naino and style of
Wm. G. Irwin &. Co.. Limited.
Ami thtit tho Corpoiation under said
Chin tcr was duly oiganlzed, and elected
the following named ofllccrs, viz:
Proldent & Manngcr
Vice-President. . . .Clans Spreckels,
Seeictary & Treasurer
W. M Glffard,
Auditor T. O. Porter.
Australian' Mail Service
FOU SAX FEtAKCIfeCO,
The new and fine Al Ktetl Btcarneliip
Of thcOccutiicSiiuuislilpOimiitny, t
uuiiuuui rinrininiu irom isviliio',
Notice Is nUo given that, pursuant to.
tno terms oi satu unarier, no smjck
holder shall bu individually liable for
thedebtfi of tho Corpoiation, beyond
tho amount which shall be due.uron
tho share or shares ownoJ or hold by
himself. W M. GIFFABD.
Secretary Win. G. Irwin fc Co , L'd.
anil Auckland on nr about
Aur, 23, 1890.
leave for tho above port witb
passengers on or about that
For freight or p.issage, having SU
PKBIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, appl
WM. G 1RWIM & CO., Agento.
IS hereby given to all persons that at
a niietlng of the sliaieholdeis of
Paauhau Plantation Co., (L'd), held on
tho 1st day of August, 189D. It was voted
to accept tho Chatter of Incoi partition
dated July 24, 18SI0. and granted to them
and their associates and successois
under the corpoiation name and style of
Paauhau Plantation Co., Limited.
And that the Corporation uudor said
barter was duly oig.inlzcd and elected
the following named officers, viz.:
President Wm. G. Iiwin,
Vicc-Picsident.... Clans Spieckels,
Sccretaiy & Tie.ismer
W. M. Glffard
For Sydney and Aucklano.
The nev and One Al steel sto&mahip
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be (juo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Aug. 30, 1890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having SU
PEIHOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apph
IEWIH & CO.. Agont
Notice is also gi en that, pursunntto
the terms of 8iid Charter, no stock
holder shall be Individually liable for
the debts of the Corporation, beyond
the amount which shall be duo upon tho
fcluiro or ihaies owned or held bv him
self. W. M. GIFFABD,
Sccretaiy Panuhnu Plantation Co.
E. B. THOMAS,
KXni'S FOU SALE
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Marble Dust, Wlro Lath,
California North Beach & Santa Cmz
Quarry Tiles OxG red, white and blue;
Minton, Plastic and Bncaustlo Tiles in
vniious patterns, all kinds of Drainage
jQjr Okkiok Southoast corner Ala
kcu and Queen streets.
Mutual naTELEPH0NESayBfllI 351
The undersigned having been appointed
sole agents for the Utiwaiiun
For the Ceiobrated
From the works of
Barnliam, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Aro now prepared to give estimates nnd
receive orrleia for thc-o engines, of any
size and style.
37 WM. G.
HAMMERSMITH & EH
Tho Baldwin Locomotive Wohks aro
now manufacturing a stylo of Locomo
tive particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
CHEW Motley's & Co.'s Ivanhoo
Naturul Leaf Tobacco, positively
tho finest chew lug tobacco raude. For
salo by HOLLIbTKlt As CO.
A. M. HE WET r,
Accountant!, Collector!, Oommhalon Agtati and
Ouctoq Home Brokcm.
Aro at all times prepared to per.
form any description of Clerical Work,
such as Auditing Accounts, Posting up
Tradesmen's Books, Making Inventories
of Stock, KngroBsipg Lepal Documents,
Eta. Competent and Reliable Freight
Clerks for tho delivery und tallying of
C2T Ofllco at No. 16 Kaahumnnu
street. Post Ofllco Bos No. 189, Mu.
tual Telephone No. 681. 6BI tf
A number of which have recently been
received at these Islands, nnd wo will
kavo pleuro iu furnishing plantation
agents and munugeri willi particulars
Tho superiority of theso Locomotives
over all of her makes is not only known
hero but is acknowledged throughout
the Unittd States.
Wm. G. IllWItf & Co.,
Bole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
4(12 d.184 w.ly
A Cure for Influenza !
Our ?TfiW Artafrnn Tlliiefrofml
Catalogue sent free'on application.
118 SUTTEtt ST.,
San Francisco. : . i California.
. may 3-00-ly
No. 38 Nnuanu Bt.- P, 0, Box 267.
Boot and Shoe Store,
DR. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CIIERR.Y COR
DIAL, one of tho best icincdlcs
ever prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, and a great, relief to
whooping cough nnd tluont affection.
Ask for Ur. Lozier's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold nt
HOLLISTER fc GO'S.,
And DENSON, SMITH & CO'S.
I find your "Cherry Cordial" tho best
-midlo.uu wo bao ever used for coughs,
ooliiB and lung troublo. All ot our Na
tives, Poitugueso, Chinese and Japancso
will use no other. I use nothing elso in
my own family. Yours truly,
O. A. OIIAPIN,
Manager Kohnla Sugar Co.
Wo have sold a large quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at onr plantation
store, both at Kealla and Kapaa, and
can, choerf ully recommaud It for bron
Veiy respectfully yours,
, K0' E: PAIROniLD,
COS tf Trewrer Mokeo Sugar Co,
Ilavlnir had 10 vears oinprlnnnn in
thob'iisjuess, I nm prepared -to nianu-
mh.-i.uii3 iu uruer, lapniQuanje uonu
sewed Ladles' & Gentlemen's Bpots &
Shoes. Also, French & American Boots
& ShflRfl rnonlvnrl Vkir avaot. ...!.
Prices reasonable. I solicit your pat
ronage 604 3m
Powoll'a Baggage Express,
Xtvay or "Wnuron.
Furniture moving a speciality. Bng
gago delivered with' promptness and
caro to any port- of city. Stand, corner
of King find Bethel streets. Boll Tele
phono 473j Mutual. Telephone 67.
i - June 7-00
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
' Or. O&lVEIt
Has removed from Fori, otrcet to Ho.
hollo Lano, Palcma.
Office Honns: 0 a. m. to 18 ii. ni d
r. u. to 9 1'. m.
Mutual 60a-!5alTELEPH0NEBi-Eell 475
' ' ' " i i i . f.
GOO KIM &.,CO,,
No. 69 Nnuanu St., Ilonolulu,
And dealers In all kinds of
Cnuslmerca anil Varnishing Uooda
AlsoJ a full stock of Dry and Fnncy
Goods. Good lit guaranteed. 5-17 flni
A NATURAL Minoral Water.
ajl bale ouiy by
Sole Agent & Importer for tho Ha
watlan Islands. OMtf
ITUREWOOD for solo at Hawaiian
; Commercial Salesroom!, corner of
Queen and Nuuanu etreeti. 6S tf
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