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FRIIiAY, SEPT. A, 18!)0.
oliu rmlwTy uli go;s
To Tak HnVrt AtimtHt (.
A M. A.M. l'.M. l'.M.
Arrive Honouliull. ....
Leave Honouliull. 5:10
Anlvc Honolulu.. G:14
8:ir i:ir. r.::w;
!):-IO 2:10 C:8i:
10:51 8i51 ....
11:55 4 -EG ....
Satuidnvs nud Mondays only,
Stmr I A Cummin fiom Wnlniaunlo
Slinr rnuulloii, S Boninllchl. 12 day
fiom San Diego lu 111 o
for Manl mill H.iwaU at
2 p in
Stinr O K Hihop for Wniiinnc
and Koolnu at 0 it in
GAnCOES FROM ISLAND POUTS.
Stinr .1 A Cummins 100 lna paiklj'.TOt)
Imps fiijf.ir, 15 lj!irq llco tunl "JOlil.gs
TKiin Sim DU'jjo, per Htmr rarallon.
Sept 51) .1 Ocudbody, J S ICeoujih, .1
jlnMn,er. Mr.) Thompson and who.
I'or .Maul and Hawaii, pel tnirlvl
iuu, 'Supm For tliu VoKmiio: U A S
Ileitis, Miss II K ililcr, Mi Ullin, Mi
Slngleliuit, Ueo Vendt, Willie Wilder.
V E Klcliol. t or 1iy !" : Mist blia ,
MUs Wileox. r. K KluliaitUoii, Mi l.oc
laiul, Jlls S llheliii, MNs Hattle Uoan,
Miss Clark, Mis lllnd, Dr Andeison. &
P Bishop. MKs Kinlt Wind, Air Home,
PSWoolsuv, D L IltiutPinau, Geo B
Jtichortluou, Hon It U Walbildge, A T
Atkinson, Hon It P Baldwin, D D Bald--win'
Mis Kitiliawailli, MKs K Tlionili-
son and.'l fliildien, X V. Malcolm and
Wife, Mi a llttn.il. MKs A
Tee!, Mls Biow u, Mis K K Wilder,
W II Coinuell, Hon J V Kaluti and r.O
The haiUentinc S X Castle has llnMi
ed discuaiK'iug lier eara;o of guuui.il
nicichniidisc. .Slio is taking in sugar at
the 1 1 S X company's wliaif.
The steamer raiiillon aimed to-day.
12 days from San Piei;o iueludlug the
two days she stopped at Hiln. She
made the passage liotn Hilo to this port
in 18J hoiiis. bin) biought a full eaigo
of general meichandisc consigned to
Moists Livingstone, Clink & Co.
NICHOLS NOTT At tlie lcslilenec of
thelnldo's parents, Mr and Mis
JohuXott, Sept. 3, by Rev. II. H.
PaiUer, Mr. D. Nieholb and Miss
IIUTC1I1NSON AFONG-In Hono
lulu, Sept, ith, by the Rev. Alex
ander Maeklutosh, Dr. UiUonLewIs
Hutchinson to Mifes Alice Lillian
Pi MJ il
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Don't forgot the Arion picnic to
morrow. Tiirc steward of tlio Parrallon has
our thanks for San Diego papers.
Mn. A. M. Hfiwett is no longer in
the employ of the Honolulu Dairy
Ma. A. N. Tripp has been appoint
ed Port Surveyor in place of Mr. P.
Mn. Jas. P. Moigan adeiti.es a
sale of ienl vsUto and cattle on Mon
LsroRMAtiON is wanted as to the
whereabouts of W. Bormann and
Ernst Wilier at the Gciman Consul
ate. Class B will play in the Steinitz
Chess Club tourney this evening.
Matches will bo ananged at the
Some useful articles of fumituie
arc ollei cd for sale. Application to
this ollico will diccoer its where
abouts. The counter in the office of H. V.
Schmidt & Son's is made of a valua
ble jriece of knuila wood, bordeied
"Wilder's Steamship Co. give
warning that they will not be respon
sible for freight by their steamers
Next Sunday, Sept. 7th, an Eng
lish sermon will be delivered at tlio
Catholic Cathedral of Honolulu at
the 7 a. m. mass.
Tin: annual mooting of tho Hilo
. Sugar Co, (Ld.) is Announced for
Monday next, at tho ofllco of Wm.
(J. Irwin & Co. (Ld.).
Photookai'HH ol eolebrated pic
tures will bo shown at tho legulur
monthly meeting of tho Camera Club
, this evening at eight.
Mu. J. Steiner furnUhed and p uper
vised tho elegant suppor of the
JIutchinson-Afong wedding last
night, which reflected lustre on tho
Elite Ice Cream Parlors. Mr. P.
Horn, tho veteran pastry baker and
decorator, supplied tho wedding and
bride's cakes, which fully sustained
tho peoilesB loputation of the Pioneer
Tun events this evening aro un
usually numerous. Among them aie ;
Meeting of tho Mechanics' and Work
ing Men's Union, in tho Knights of
PylliiiiB Hall, Fort street; Band con
ceit at tho Hawaiian Hotel; a social
gathering at tho Industrial School
for Qirls, Bradley premises, Boretania
street; and tho Arion annual meot
jng for tho election of oflkois.
FmtuY, Sept. o.
Tlio Hotipe opened nt 10 o'clock.
Hl.t'OIirS OF COMMIT! l nt.
Hep. JMaiqucs piusanlctl Hie rti
poit of llio suIulI toiiiniittcc on pos
tal matters, upon petition forahcmi
vtoukly nmil butwucn Liliaiim mid
Ktuuuipitli, petion for 8800 to dofrny
cost of mail enrriage between llono
Una and Kukaiuti, mid on petition
to inciense pny of tunll canlur ntul
postniastet nt North IIllo, rccoui
iiHMiding that the petitions be re
fen i'tl to Hie l'ottrunstoi-Geiieinl.
Noble BurchartU presented tliu
report of the seleut committee on
the bill to provide for the Koliala
Water Woilts, recoinincnding its
passage. Laid on the tabic to bo
considered with the bill
Minister Riown gave notice of a
bill to transfer the postal bureau lo
the linauce depmtuient.
Nol le McCarthy gave notice of a
bill to authorize the Minister of Fi
nance to remit duties ou ueitaiu
Noble Phillips gave notice of a
bill to provide for Ihc erection of
plant for generating tlcctiicily for
Rep. Waipuilani gtnc notice of a
bill to piovidufor the transfer of the
care ot Honolulu from the police to
the military depnitmcnt ; alo, of a
bill to allow all coasting vessels car
rying ninils to get fice water; also,
of a bill to amend the street rail
way law ; also, of a bill to amend
Sec. 527, Civil Code.
Noble AVidemanu read a fit at
time and second time by title his
bill to amend the law relating to
coiporatinnt, and moved it be re
fened to the special committee of
which Rep. Brown is chaiinian and
Reps. Kalua and llookano are
Noble Muller read a first time by
title his bill to piovide for the con
st! uction of agricultural railways
over the lands of peis-ona not bene
Minister Spencer presented a re
ply to tlio resolution of Rep.
Kalua, submitting a letter fiom
the Secretary of the Board of
Health, which states that the re
signation of Dr. Lutz has been re
ceived and will be laid before the
Board at its regular meeting next
Weduesday. The President i9 un
able to state who will be selected to
take the place of Dr. Lutz, but as
sures His Excellency that the un
fortunates at Kalilu will be well
Minister Spencer moved that the
repby be laid on the table until after
the meeting of the Board.
Noble Witlemonn asked if it was
courteous on the part of the Board
to send a reply signed by the Secre-
tarj' to a resolution of this House.
Minister Spencer said he had not
been in offlee long enough to know
what was proper in the case. Per-
sonally, he aildiessed the Picsidcut
and not his clerk.
Rep. Kalua moved that the reply
be accepted, to be considered with
the reply to a former lesolmion.
Rep. Kalua presented a resolu
tion that the Minister of thelnterior
bo requested to ask the Piesident
of the Board of Health to resign his
oltlce immediately. He charged the
Piesident with ignoring tho orders
of the House, the highest authority
in the land. It was time something
was done to stop this arrogant treat
ment of the Assembly. The speaker
repeated his sentiments of a previ
ous occasion, as to tho impoitancc
of lelaining the services of Dr.
Lutz, and said that it was probable
Sister Rose Gertrude would also re
sign her position.
Noble J. M. Horner agreed with
the previous speaker so far as end
ing this trouble was concerned. This
persecution should be stopped. It
arose from the complaint of a subor
dinate at the hospital, a member of
the House was emplo)'ed as a tool,
and the time of the assembly was
wasted-day after day in tho petty
persecution of the President of the
Boaid of Health. Where would
this end? After thoy were through
with the President of tho Board of
Health, they would likely begin
dictating to tho Ministry regarding
the incumbents of eveij-other office,
one after the other.
Rep, Btown refeired to tho reso
lution already adofited by the House,
in favor of having a lay Presidonl
of the Board of Health. It was clear
at tho President and Dr. Lutz
could not agree. The wishes of the
Hawaiians should bo consulted in
this matter, ho didn't care what the
foreigners thought, and he would
suppuit the resolution.
Rep. Rosa moved, and it cauied,
that tho ayes and noes be called.
Noble Kauhano asked to bo ex
cused from voting, as lie did not
understand the question,
Noble Baldwin, ou being called,
explained bis voto against the icso
lution. lie thought the motion of
the Minister of Inlciior was reason
able, and he did not know of any
charges against the President that
had been established.
Rep. Richard asked lo he excus
ed ; he failed to know a auUlclent
leason for voting for the resolution.
Rep. Rico asked to be excused,
having signed tho committee repoit
in favor of a lay President.
The resolution was adopted ou tho
Ayes Miuisten Cummins, God
frey Brown and Spencer ; Nobles
Widcmnnn, Beiger, Pun, McCarthy,
Phillips, Crabbe, Hind, Burchardt,
Cornwell, G. N. Wilt ox. henberg;
Reps, Brown. Cuuunlngs, Marques,
Lucas R W. Wilcox, Roa, Bush,
Kaiihi, Niiwnhi, Baker, Kahookano,
Waipuilani, Aplkl, Paehaole, K.iiie
alii, Kalua, H'dsliad, Kauni, Kntid
sen, A. S. Wilcox - '31.
Noes Nobles Macfarlnnc, Mid
ler, .1 M. Iloinor, Mutsdun, Bald
win, W. Y. Hoi nor, Walbildco, An
derson, von Tempsky; Rep. A.
Rep. Riekard gave notice of a bill
lo amend tho election law.
Rep. Marques presented tho fol
lowing questions to the Minister of
"Whereas our Convention with
Japan, under which laborers aie now
brought to this country, expires by
limitation on the 28lh day of Janu
ary next, 1891, or after six months'
notice given for its ubioiation;
"Whereas it is believed by
thoughtful citizens that the propor
tion of Japanese labmcrs now here
is sulllcieutly Imge, and that further
immigration fiom that source would
allow them to predominate danger
ously in this countt ;
"WbeiouM this danger is all the
greater, on account ot the extreme
sensitiveness of the Japanese Liov
ernment, and of the probability of
their shortly leoowing the efforts
ni'fdc by them in the yeais 18S7-8
and '89, to induce this Government
to grant to the mast of the igno
innt Japanese laborers now living
on theso Inlands, voting fi unclose
and election rights absolutely cqinl
to those of the native Hawaiians,
"Wheieas it is absolutely neces
sary that the planters should bo in
foimed in due time of the intention
of this Government, so as to be able
to make proper preparations for le
cruitiug their laborers;
"Theiefore I would respectfully
ask His Excellency the Minister of
Foreign Affairs, what is to be the
future policy of the Hawaiian Gov
ernment regarding oui relations witli
"1st. Are tho Cabinet in favor of
abiog.iting or of renewing the con
ventions of January, 18SC, will)
"2d. Are they in favor of discon
tinuing or otherwise the Japanese
Inunigiation of laborers?
"3rd. In case the Jupauese Im
migration be prudently stopped,
from what source do they piopose
toieciuitthe necessaiy laborers?"
Rep. Kalua presented a resolution
lo request the Minister of the Inte
rior to expend, out of a surplus of
road money dnu Wailuku District,
amounting to 812,000, the nmout of
SoOOO on the following works: bridge
at Paukuhala, bieakwaterand bridge
at Wailuku, and road up Iao Valley.
Miuister Biown said that the
inom3- belonged to the local load
authorities, and they could diaw on
it any time tliej' liked. The treas
ury only acted as banker in the
Noble Marsden moved to recon
sider the vote ot j'esterday on the
petition of L. A. Thuiston.
Rep. Rosa supported the motion
in view of the resolution of Rep.
Brown passed after that vote.
Noble Macfailane reminded mem
bers that it was distinctly promised
by members of the finance commit
tee, in the debate on the petition,
that full opportunity would bu
affoidcd Mr. Thurston for a hearing
by that committee. It was there
foie not left a question as to giving
tho late Minister a hearing, but some
members did not seem to realize that
they were voting a censure on the
House. He was therefore glad to
support the motion.
Rep. liusli spoke to the same
effect as the preceding speaker.
Noblo McCaithy wished to place
on record his reason for voting yes
terday to lay on tho table. He did
so in accordance with the suggestion
made by another member of the
committee (Rep. Knudscn) that the
report be deferred so as to give Mr.
Thurston ample opportunity of
presenting a defense. It was with
no intention of shutting off the late
Minister that he voted for tabling
his petition. He would vote for re
ceiving his defense in writing and
having it printed to lay alongside
the finance committee's report.
Noble Widcmann said the leraarks
of the member from Waialua (Rep.
Rosa) opened a wide question. Did
he mean to say that the committee
should have run after everyone
criticised in the repoit and ask him
for explanations? Mr. Thurston
had been leader of the Legislature
two years, and knew that his peti
tion was an insult to the Houso,
The picvious question stopped
further discussion and the motion
Rep. Biown moved for leave to
withdraw the petition.
Noble Macfarlano moved it be
laid on the table. Carried.
Recess from ll:.ri0 to 1:30.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Services at St. Andicw's Cathe
Polynesian Kneampment No. 1, I.
O. O. 1, at 7:80.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II. at 7:30.
Hawaiian Camera Club, 8.
Turner Club, 7:80.
Band concert Hawaiian Hotel, ut
Meeting Mechanics and AVoi king
men's P. P. Union, at Knights of
Pythias hall, at 7:30.
Meeting of Anon, at 7:30,
Reception at Industrial Homo, at
Meeting Chess Club, 7:30.
THEY ARE AWAKE.
The following item is from tho
"Tho resldoncc of Dr. McWayno
was broken into on Tuesday night
by n thief and money and a watch
eariicd off. The police ought to
wake up and tiy and catch some of
The police have caught tho thief
in the foregoing case. On search
ing his house they found articles
that had been stolon when tho house
of Dr. McWayne's brother at Bun
ion was broken into some months
September 6, '90.
Trains leave at 1:45
turn leaving Poarl Ci
4:15 PTT Canopy
Top Cars-:t5 Cents
CcO'" Coaches 50 Cents round tilp.
Turn Vorein Honolulu
YJMLL hold their
y inaetiec at the
Aimory, at 7:
HO o'clock, THIS (1'ild.iy)
SCHOOL, OPENING I
l 1S9 BERRY'S SCHOOL, No. 115,
ItI Eiiiiiih Miect.will open for a uow
term on MO DAY, opt. 8th. 018 lt
BISHOP & Co.'S Saving Bank
Book. The finder will nlcase
return to McLean B103., Nutinnu street,
and leeelve levvnid. C49 tf
1 SINGLE B. W. Bedstead, 2 Bui caus,
1 1 Toilet Table, 1 Lonncc. 1 Ward
robe, 1 Maible-top B. V
Ptsiiiu, I hiiuuiv bt.iutl
Applv at this
THE tegular monthly meeting of tho
Hawaiian Camcia t lub will bu
held nt the rooms THIS (Friday)
EVENING at eight o'clock. Photo
giaphs of celebrated pictures will be
exhibited. A. fill attendance of meui
beis l requested.
J. A. GILMAN,
NOTICE is hereby civen that A. M.
Hewett Is no longer employed by
the Honolulu Dairy Co., and Is not au
thorized to collect or receipt for any
monies due the Company.
HONOLULU DAIRY CO.,
OdO lw By J. A. Magoon, Secretary.
OAnU College & Pnuiihou Prepara
tory School will open MOND Y,
September 8th. Tuition: 81 per week.
Boird for girls, looms furnished, 85
per week; for boys, rooms unfurnished,
8LS0. Thu new Piesident P J. Uos
mer, and Prof. .L Q. Wood are expected
by the Australia ht pteinbcr 19th
Tnos. L. GULICIC.
050 lw Piesident pio turn.
Prom and after this date we
will not be lespousible for any
f i eight after same has been
lauded. Battles lo whom
fj eight is consigned must be at
tho lauding to leeelve their
WILDER'S S. S. CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 5, 1800. C50 tf
To Patrons of the Kaaipu Dairy.
THE undersigned hereby respectfully
notifies the public that ho has lo
siimed tho tlliect utnmiguiiH'iit of the
Kiulpii Dairy, after an niteiviil of llf
teen months, during which It lias been'
managed by other pai ties. He is not,
and will not be luspouslble for any debts
contracted on account of wild Dairy,
without the wiltten oidor of himself or
his wife. He lespcelfully solicits a con
tinuance of the ciibtom of his former
nations. A. A. MONTANO.
E. B. THOMAS,
Estimates Given on Drick, Iron, Stone. &
Wooden Buildings. Jobbing
ICF.r.PS I'Ott HAI.IS
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Marble Dust, Wire Lath,
California North Bach & Santa Crnz
Quarry Tiles 0.C red, white ami blue;
Mlnton, Plastic and Knonustlo Tiles In
various patterns, all kinds of Draiungo
t Oi'fioe Southeast cornor Aln
kca and Queen streets.
Mutual -tBaTELEPHONESt-Brll 351
flJOl'TEMBETi fi. low.
.Silt W. ,L W. IUvnes, BirtMl'halimun,
(Dhector of Loudon Joint stock
C. A. PnuscoiT, Esq., De". Chairman,
tof Mesan Picscott, Cuve, Buxton,
Lode & Co.)
HhllBEKT BlSOOKS, Eq.
(Director of the Bank nt Knglatiil).
.LP. Crnnii;, K-q.
(.Director of the Bank of England).
W.C. um is. Ii.
(Dhector of the London it Iliiuscatle
11. 11 UlUF.NE, lq.
(Dhector of the Bank of England).
(of Messis. Blvth, Oieene, .lourdaln
tc Co ;
.!. O. Han-son, q.
(Dhector of the National Piovluelal
Bank of England).
R II. Waiu. lisq.
(Mliietnrof tho National Piovluelal
Hunk of Borland),
O. C.Maomac. E-q
K. P. Noel. Eq.
P. A. V Ai.Kl.lt, Lsq.
Svvi. .1. Piimcin', SeeiHaiy of Hie Coin-
p inynnd .Manager of the I be Dep.ut-
tfirnuviug been appointed Agents
of the above Couipiiiy, we me now
leatly to effect Iutiiaiieesal lnwetrates
H, W, SCHMIDT & SONS.
Honolulu, Aug. 1, 1S00.
Wm. G. Irwin ifi Company,
Ol'FEU FOR SALE
liraie fe Ocmcut,
PAHAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
BUCK & OHLANDT 8
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beof, 1 and 2,1b. tins.
SALMON IN' BARRELS.
P. ANl. B.
Paints & Colpitis
PATENT IDEAL ROOFING,
Ami SHEATHING PAPERS.
PAHAFFINE PAINT CO.,
Wm. 6. IRWIN & COMPANY,
Sole Agcuts for tho Hawaiian Islands.
No 2 P. & B. Paint Is especially adapt
ed for bridge work (wood or lion) and
smokestacks, nud lias been used for
these put lOFos at Patuilniu for the past
four yeais, giving great satlsf action.
No. 3 P. & B. Paint for fence posts or
for any vvood or timber used under
ground or submerged, being a protec
tion against all iniulnu punishes or
water, aUo for foundation tlnihcis,
Ideal Rool Paint. Colow: Red, Binwn
nud Black Is the b?ht In lliemuiket
for iron, tin or shingle roofs.
P. & B. Electrical Compound. This ar
ticle for affording, potfeet iiiMilutlon Is
without nn equal and linn obtained re
cognition by tlin Inrgest electilo light
coinnnnles und matiufiictuter of iiisu
Ideal Rootling & Siding. Colors; Biown
or Black. Adapted for steep or Hat
roofs. Can be laid by niiyouo without
All the'abovo nrtloles aro abso
lutely tasteless and odeiless and con
tain no coal tnr.
1&f- For circulars or other Informa
tion apply to the Agents. 6U tf
r - T gjfmmnmm uwiiiMtii ',g"L??i Tf.
NOW IS THE TIME !
- - -0-
Are uow selling tbclr Bonds, mid upon
Tops fpi 15 S P f?k
'uro of Insurance goes with every tiontl.
The following arc a few of the many attractive foinis offered by this
original and progressive Company :
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTION9,
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, in payment ptoinpt mid certain, and it
From the New York Sun, April Uh, 1890.)
Tho Largest! BiiHlimss Ever Transaetetl by a Lite Assur
The new busiiicsu of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiktv
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and Is unpiecedentod In tho annals of life assurauoe.
J6)Informatlon cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upou the undersigned at his ollico.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGKT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands, Equitable Life Asmrance Societv
of' the U. S. Jan-1-90
m-rr m-itmm wmwxwr'ww
Having removed our SODA WORKS lo moro commodious quartern at
(Near the Custom House)
We tire now prepared to furnish at sburt notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages:
, Sweat. Liim, mxm or Cream Soda.
Sarsaparilla, SarBaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively tho HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
E. R. IlEKiiny, President & Managei.
Goufiiky BuowN, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppn. Hiirt'ck'lH ISank, : Fort Strict, Honolulu.
. IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Cen'l Hardware, Oiassware, Crockery,
Qonuino Haviland China, plain
Pinno, Library A Stand Lumps, Chandeliers & Electoliuw,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A cnmploto nshorim't of Drills & Filtw,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION
The "Gazelle" 3-w heeled Hiding 1'1'iw & Equalizer,
Bluebeard Biro Plow, Plutilorb' Steel & GooHonooked Hoos,
LARD, OYLLIPER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varniabes A Brushes, Manila A. Sisal Rope, ,
HANDLES OK ALL KINDS,
O.ONO, liONC, IlOMC,
RUBBER, WIUE-BOUND of superior quality, A STEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table A Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot A Caps, Tim Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartritlgeti,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipo A Bolt Threading,
Hartman's Steel Wire Fence A Steel Wire Mat,
Wm, G. FiHhor'd Wimight Sb'td Hange,
Gate City Stouo Film,
"Now Procures" Twist Drills,
niiv-2!l-89 Noal'i. Oarrlugu Paints.
l'li additional -fea-
& FOKT STREETS.
John Ena, yice-Presldont
ChCII. BuowN, Autlltot.
and decorated; and Wedgowood