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NO. 77 FORT STUDET.
First Annual Cash Clearance Sale !
Commoncing Monday, Aug. 18th, for Two Weeks only.
Great Reduction in all Departments to make room for Goods to arrive
Calicos, 22 yards for $1.
Gingham, 10 and 12 yards tor $1
Sateens, 7 yards for $1.
Tabic liiaeu. Napkins, Towels. ttliielit!i;N,
Ladies' & Children's Hosiery Hand
kerchiefs. Embroideries Gloves, Mitt, lt'tb-bons,
B. P. MLM
OO FOBT t&KRJLGISrr.
HAVK JUST KKOKIVRU A VKHY l.UKiK AfWOKTMENT. OF
Dressed & Undressed
IN ALL LENGTHS.
CURTAINS I LACE, SGffl, MADRAS & ABTI01
In Great Variety. New Goods in all Pepnitnients.
g0 Our Dressmaking Department under the management of MIHS
CLARK will bo re-opened about May 12th.
We Desire to Call
Tor Lubricating the Valves and
VALVOLINE is an eaith oil specially picpaud nmlri the highest steam
heat and from which all volatile and eailhy niattei has been oxpulled by a
piocess which leaves a pure and heavy od, wiiirh pi events the eating aw'uj
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston parking peifeelly clean. This
was the first Mineral Oil introduced for slenin r lindriri and bus been in con
stant use over eighteen yeai s.
flJlWWc also mamifactiiic I Superior Murhiiie and Spindle Oiks fur .ill
clashes of maehineiy.
I-iOESIM'I Ac .Id jltl ..
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.. Sola Agents. goi am
" JDlmonU ttloclr," 2Von.
uotrrviJ9-iT3-;5"si.ny1j i.n ii---L--Tj;M ti t
Granite, Iron and Tin
Ohandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HC
House Keeping Good
PLUMBING, TEST, COPrEl
993 Sheet Iron Work.
Shipping & Commission Merchants.
'PXiANTATJON & INSURANCE AGENTH,
Bnildei's' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
CnrpentorH, lJlitoltHinitliH', MiitliiiiiHt A J'lumht ih' 'IV.Ih,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Kitchen UtciiHilB, TaintH, Oilh, VuihImIich, Lamji Gih.iIm ami
Blake's Steam Pomps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
f f -t,
Dr. Jayne & Sons family Medicines.
Black Caslnneios nud Meiinos, -10c
yard ami upwards.
Coloied Wool Dress Goods, 10c yard
Special bargains in Black Laou
Cylinders of Steam Engines.
D& &z 1W K!gr Wf
vrsvf "y (rT" -
JDAlLX AirLLUmXH t
! 'I i.i.fcll ! .. !MM
i Ci JJ f
15 Huiianu St., Honolulu, II. 1.
Solo Agonts In tho Hawfilhn Is1ii1h fir
"OIS Magnolia" & "0. P. T."
Fine Bourbon Whiskies,
Lachman & Jacobi's
Celebrated Calllotnln Wines.
Also, alvJiiyt In stoik, full lino of tie dm'tut
We llllC fill
Sapsagarllla & Iron Water,
.Manufactured by Puhmidl Co ,
.Stockton, O.da. It Is ilii most
whole-Jouie and delirious tonic and
beverage of the age.
KSf"' Oideis from the other Mauds
pi oniptly attended to and Roods e iiju
ully packed foi sldpiiiPiit. 03U "im
Will stand for a shoil time
Greenfield Stables, Kapioldtii Park.
Di'Kt: Si'UNCnn Is a dm I; li'iy, I venr
old; siniulp lfi! haiulo high : "kind and
I1 Si) It T Ci li M W :
By Bako of Noifolk.
lt dain Lou Spenerr In Xoifolk
2nd dam It.ilict lna...liy Imp liiilrowuio
3nl dam Jlennle F.uiow
hy imp Shnnunck
Ith dam Idii liy" Imp IJalslmzzar
Cth dun Madam Ilbslev Gamma's
Dam) ."by Mr Kick ud
Oth dam Nancy 2Clcliol.. .by nui. Eagle
7rh djni ltut. uo?loy '.
i.ln 'Wilkes'' Wonder
Slh dam '... by Clinntleleer
Otli dam hv imp. Ktei ling
10th dam ". . . . by Clodius
nth dam by imp. "Silveieyc
12th dam by imp. Jolly Hosier
lSih dam ".by Imp. "raitiier
llth ilam by Imp. MouUcy
l.'tli dam imp. niaie fioiri the stud of
Ilanlson, of llranilon
t5T llest of care taken with animals.
In eie of accident no responsibility
will be assumed.
02 tf lTonokiia, Hawaii.
rpilK mxt teim
begins MONI) VY,
isi. New iiimllH
Hhoidd apply at once. For im tber par
lienlius applv to
Wm. J5. OLKSON.
lloaiH for eattl.' at !?.ar:
pounds or 1 b i-r, 'S cents.
tVlso, Native llav. Atudv to .McOulluui
ac KHpioliiiil I'.uk, at houiR of It! noon
or B i. M.,orb Mutual 'l'elephone No.
'M. ' ii'J2 1 in
HON. Cm lis P. Iankea Is authorized
until further notice, to collect all
Crown Land lents, and to give lecelpts
for tlif same.
G. W. MACrAItLANK,
Ciown Land Agent.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, 18S10. i,'jr tf
"TIT It. Wall
ItJL me urn
lor iU. (ilffanl will art for
uuler nower of attornev dur
ing my ab-unco from this Khntilom.
Wit. G. UtWIN.
Honolulu, Aug. 2J, lSitO. (ill aw
DUJtLNG the temporary absence of
our Air. W. G. Irwin fiom tho
Kingdom .Mr. C. I. Spalding will act for
hlin In nil huliies niatters couteclrd
with our Hani;.
OLA US HIMWOKKLH .V CO.
Honolulu, Aug. at, 1SU0. lit I lv
ALL perhons aie hereby warned
ngaiiisl Hhooiiugortiesiia'slng on
the land owned by me In the District
of Walpio and Watkele, Lwa. and on
the land on WalUakalaua, held by mo
under leaPi). All persons ho Bhootlng
or tieppasslng will bo prosecuted to the
full extent of the law.
f. A. 11KOWN.
Honolulu, Aug. !), lMIO, (110 2w
Nuraorous Maps and Sketches.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
tiSB 3vv -18 Morrbaut st Honolulu,
tiOWJULlJL,U, H. lM &BBTBNIHRK f, 1S1J0.
fcili.tl -. II
SKVKNTV KinST DAY.
TmmstiAY, Sept. 4.
Tlio House resumed at 1 .10.
HIIPOHTS OF COMJI1ITKUS.
Noblo McCartliy explained wlii
Ito had (ltetilbuloii n cortnin pamph
let , cut itlcd, "Third Warning Voice,''
which was that it was addressed to
Idtu ns chairman of the military
Minister Peterson presented tho
report of a select committee on cct
tain bills relating to the judiciary.
The bill to repeal Chap. 00, Laws of
1888, they recommend to be mile
llnitoly postponed, because the first
section enacts u law already in ex
istence, and the second section pro
vides for the rcpcnling of a law not
necessary to be repealed. "Your
committee have also had under con
sideration the Report of the Judi
ciary Lotumission appointed, unuer
the authorization of the Legislature
of 1887, to revise the laws relating
to the Judiciary and tin jurisdiction
of the different courts of the king
dom. The commission appointed re
poited a bill to the Legislature of
1888, which owing to pressure of
wotk was referred to this House for
consideration. Your committee
while acknowledging the fact that
the present system of the Judiciary
is imperfect and many changes might
be made with great advantage, think
that a task of such magnitude could
not be ifntlertakcn advantageously
nt the piesent session of the Legis
lature", and therefore recommend
that the Kepoit of said Judiciary
Commission be referred to the Legis
lative Session of 1892 for consider
ation. "Your committee are of the opin
ion that until a careful consideiation
of such revised system can be had,
one feature of the present syntom
might properly be acted upon at this
session, and that is with reference
to a Justice who has once passed
upon a case reviewing the same case
upon appeal, and to remedy which
your committee nave prepaiect a bill
which they herewith present nnd re
commend the passage thereof."
Signed by A. l Jfeterson, Jno. E.
Bush, P.uil Isenberg, H. P. Baldwin,
J. II. Wuipuilani.
His Excellenc read the bill n first
Minister Spencer presented the
lease of the late Government of har
bor properly to the Oahu Railway
& Land Co. accompanied with a
Noble Muller moved the lease be
referred to a select committee. Car
Rep. Brown submitted the follow
ing. Resolved, That the consideration
of the Report of t he Committee of
Finance be postponed for ten days
from this date, and that in the
meantime L. A. Thurston, late Min
ister of the Intci ior, be allowed to
make an answer in willing to the
charges made in such report, and
that, he be allowed access to the In
terior Department for the purpose
of examining the books and vouchers
of saul department in relation to
Rep. Bush was pleased that this
step had been taken. It conlirnicd
the view of the petition ho had ex
pressed in the morning.
Noble Muller moved thai Hip reso
lution be adopted.
Rep. Brown asked leave to with
diaw the petition he had introduced.
Rep. Paehaole objected to with
drawal. IIo moved that the part of
the resolution giving Mr. Thurston
access to the Interior department be
Rep. Ilookuno moved 'that the
resolution bo indefinitely postponed.
Rep. Nawnhi opposed the resolu
tion. It would have been all right
if the petition bad been withdrawn
befoie the lcsohition was introduced.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox was against
the passage of tho resolution, which
lie believed was introduced, like tho
petition, for the purpose of blocking
the consideration of the finance com
mittee's report by the House. The
late Minister liad been in town two
or three weeks, therefore had ample
time in which to reply to the
Rep. Kiuiealii was not in favor of
the resolution. If the House was
not careful it would disgrace itsell.
.Mr. Thurston might even convince
I lie committee itself that it was
wrong. Then the Minister of Inte
rior would have to get out and Mi.
Thurston be put in his place.
Minister Brown did not like nil of
the resolution. There need ho no
fear that the committee- would eb
struot tho late Milliliter in getting
Rep. Brown accepted the amend
ment nt the lion, member from
Molokai. He would like to ge', tlio
petition out of the House, but the
House would hot let him.
Noble Muller withdrew his motion
to adopt (lie resolution, as he did
not wish to have consideration of
the roport postponed.
Rep. Kalna moved thai the reso
lution lie laid on tlio table. Mr,
Thurston had been granted all the
privilege he could ask for this morn
ing. Noblo Maofarlano considered tho
action of the House this morning
was outrageous, a censure on the
llnance committee and tlio Presi
dent. Unless that vote wa9 recon
aidorod he should vote ior tho reso
lution, as the committee had no de
sire to Bhlik a heariDg of Mr.
Thurston. Ho did not propose to
quietly submit to having the com
mittco arraigned before the Into
Minister, There was no reason why
the comtniltco, when they discover
ed irregularities and quoted dates
and vouchers, should have gono to
Mr. Thurston and the Superintend
ent of Public Works and asked llmm
what were their motives. The Into
Minister could come before tho com
mit lee nnd make any statement he
pleased, besides which lie had ac
cess to the public press. (Ap
plause.) Noblo Horner held that the main
thing sought was justice. There
wore two sides to everything even
to a round ball, that had an inside
and an outside. The rcsuhition only
did justice to Mr. Thurston.
The resolution as amended was"
Rep. Knlua moved that leave bo
granted the lion, member for tho
first district to withdraw tlic peti
tion. Noble Widcmnnn objected. He
wanted the action of the House on
that petition to go on rrooid, so that
people all over the country could
sec of what stulf the House was
Noble Macfailane (while Noble
Widemann had the floor) asked why
the lion, member hud not withdrawn
the petition when he had asked him.
ltep. JJrown replied that it wiih
because he could not.
Noble Macfarlane You could,
and it would have been the decent,
Rep. Knlua said his motion for
leave was out of order, as he did
not have the floor.
The matter dropped.
Rep. Kalua gave notice of bills
relating to alluvial rights, relating
to a railway on Hawaii, to relieve
His Majesty from certain embarrass
ments, lie. also moved a resolution:
Rt solved, That, tho Minister of
the Interior lie requested to inquire
of the President of the Board of
Health what aie the reasons why
Dr. Lnlz has lesigned, and whom
do the Board of Health piopose to
put in his place.
The mover said that Dr. Lutz had
informed him an hour or two
ago that he had resigned his posi
tion at Kalihi Receiving Hospital,
on account of the treatment be had
received from the Board of Health
within the past few days. The se
lect committee had made certain
recommendations on tho difficulty
at the hospital, which were referred
to the Boaid of Health, probably
only to be pigeon-holed. Dr. Lutz
had been brought to this country at
great expense to treat the lepers,
and he wanted to know whether the
House consented to the Board's con
duct in forcing linn to resign.
Rep. Bush was glad in one house
that Dr. Lutz was compelled to re
sign, because it brought' prominently
to view the treatment thai had been
accorded to native Hawaiians the
past ten or fifteen years. It was
nothing but professional jealousy on
the part of the other doctors which
had brought about this state of af
fairs. Dr. Lutz was the first phy
sician who could show improvement
in his patients on account of his
treatment, tor what was supposed to
be lupropy but u matter of doubt
even among medical men. Because
his ti cat in en I had been so success
ful he was an eyesore to tho other
physicians. Whom did Dr. Kiln
hall ever cure or help to cure of this
disease? The speaker would scarcely
be sorry if Sister Rose Gertrude was
alo compelled to resign, as it would
bring the conduct of these people to
the notice of the civilized woild.
Tbey had assailed the character of
this lady who had come all the way
from England tffnurse the sick peo
ple. The patients were crying their
eyes out at the prospect of losing Sis
ter Rose and Dr. Lutz. Missionary
children were tho worst in this re
spect, nnd tlio Board of Health
should be changed.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox said that no
man of honor would remain in the
service of the Board of Health after
treatment such as Dr. Lutz had re
ceived. The Ministers sat in their
places da3 after day doing nothing,
when they could "have prevented
this trouble by removing obnoxious
members of the Board of Health.
Rep. Paehaole spoke of the im
portance of the matter. Tho late
Government informed tho Legisla
ture of 1888 that Dr. Uuiia, a cele
brated specialist, had recommended
Dr. Lutz, who was a pupil pf his.
Tliis doctor had come here and be
gun a course of treatment, but he
fore his experiments had reached a
decisive stage this trouble had caus
ed his resignation. He hoped the
resolution would pass and that Dr.
Lutz would bo Induced lo withdraw
Tho resolution wns adopted,
Rep. While gave notice of a bill
to prevent the mutilation of coin,
ouuF.it or thi: day.
Consideration of the Minister of
Interior's answer to resolution in re
gard to Kalihi Hospital matter,
Rep. Brown moved that tho mat
ter bo deferred for consideration
with the answer anticipated to the
resolution passed to-day.
Aftor discussion hy Reps. Kalua,
Nnwahi, and Hooknno, tho motion
Tlio President appointed, as tho
committee on the Oahu Railway
harbor lea9c, Messrs Muller, Mao
fnrlane, Widemann, Baldwin, and
The IIouso adjourned at 3:50,
MB.WllW.M.IWWMUHfaftJJIiiM if My. , .., . - V.l -
fin d Mil k G
Win. Q. Irwin. . Piosldent & Manager
Ohms Spi eckols Vlce-Piebldeut
Walter M. G Iff aid
Stcictnrv t Treasurer
Thro. O. Poiter Auditor
HUG A It FACTO IiS
AOUNTS OP mi:
Ocsaiis Bteamsliln Csiant,
Of Mnu I'inii(Ntii. Oil.
JtorWm. G. trwtu & Co . (LM). have
assumed the assets mid liabilities of tho
late firm of Win. G. Irwin Co , and
will continue tho gencial business
formeily can led on bv tint honae.
IS hi'ieby given to all persona that nt
a Hireling of the sh'irrholilers of
Win. G. Irwin A Co, (L'd), held on
tho aist dav of.Iuly, I8I1O, It was voted
to accept tho Clmtirr of Incorporation
dated July at, ISiiO, and ginuteil to
them and their nssoelilcs and successors
under the corporate naine and style of
VVtn. G. Irwin & Co., Limited.
And that the Corporation under said
Clnn ter'w us duly organized, anil elected
the following na'meiT ollleers, vl.:
Preldent & Mnuagcr
William G. Irwin,
Vice-President. . . Clans Spieckt-ln,
Seeietarv it Ti cannier
: W. M Olffaul,
Auditor T. C. Porter.
Notlra is id-o given that, pumiant to
the. terms of said Chaitcr, no stock
holder shall be Individually liable for
the debts of the Coiporallon, beyond
the amount which shall-be due upon
the share or pbaies owned or held by
himself. W. M. GIFFAK1),
beerutary Win. G. Irwin it Co , LM.
B"S lieieby given to all persons that at
L a niretlni; of the shaielioldcrs of
Paauliau Plantation To., (LM), held on
the 1st day of wigust, 18'J!. it was voted
to accept the Charter ol Incoiporatiou
dated J my 21, lfc'JO, and grained to them
and their associates and successors
under the coipor.ition name and style of
Paauliau Plantation Co., Limited.
And that the Coiporation under said
barter was duly oig.inized and elected
the follow lug mimed ofllreis, viz. :
Piesideut Win. G. Irwiu,
Vice-1'ivsident Clans Spieckels,
Sen et.iry & Ti c.isurcr
W. M. G iff aril
Notice is also given that, pursuant to
tho tonus of said barter, no stock
holder shall be individually liable for
the debts of the L'oiporation, beyond
the amount which shall be due upon the
share or shares ow m d or held by him
self. W. M. GIFFAKD,
Seci clary raauhau Plantation Co.
The undrisigiji'd having been appointed
sole agents im On Hawuiinu
For tho Celebrated
Fiom the works of
Barnham, Parry, Williams & Co.,
iMiiiuaoi Kiiiu, Ponn..
Aio now prcpnieJ to give p-itmnu-s nnd
receive oatuis for tlie-o ecjrmrs, or any
size and stjlc.
The Bai.uwin LocomOtivk Woiiks arc
now lunimmcturins a style of Locomo
tive particularly .iduptcd
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently been
received at these IhIiuhIs, and wo will
have pluiurc in furnishing plantation
aKetit3 aud mating' it! wiili particulars
Thcsupeiionty of these Locomotives
over all of her makes is not only known
here but U ncknowledged throughout
the United Stales.
Win. G. IK WIN & Co.,
Solo Airents for Hawaiian Islands.
4M d 134 w.ly
A Cure for Influenza !
DR. lOZIEh'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, ono of tlio best remedies
ever piepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, mid a great irlicf to
whooping cough and throat affection.
Ask for ur Lozior's Hawaiian Chorry Cor
dial sold at
HOLLISTEU & CO'S.,
And UUNaON, SMITH it CO'S.
I llu 1 your "Chorry Cordial" tlio boat
im dloiuo we have ever used for coughs,
colas and lung trouble. All of our Na
tives, Portuguese, Chinese andJiipaneso
will use no other. I uso nothing else In
my own family. Yours truly,
O. A. CILFIN,
Manager Kohala Sugar Co,
Wo have sold a largo quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
stoic, both nt Kcalla and Kapaa, aud
can cheerfully lecomniund it for bron
Very respectfully yours,
. Gi:o E. FAUJOnil.l),
00,) tf Ti eiisiirer Makyo .Sugar Co,
FIREWOOD for sale at Hawaiian
Commercial Salesrooms, corner of
Queim and Niiunnu ?t routs, 409 tf
10l.3l - l
Oceanic fSHiasssiiip Cotfy.
From San Francisco,
Alameda Sept 20.
Miiripona Oct 18.
Zenlandia Nov 15.,
Alameda Dec 13.
For San Franoisoo.
. . Sept 20
M.u ipo.vn .
. . Dec 21 ... . Jnn 10
Intermedi.itt S S. Ausiralia.
Kridiiy . .
Fi iday . .
Fiiday.. Sopt 20
Friday.. .Oct 2-1
Friday... Nov 21
Friday. . ;Deo 18
ft'.' I PL
si ft I' 31
I'lm new fuil
flii' -SI ; tl Mu:i5iu.liip
Of Urn Oceanic Muftmlilp!'.mp-i!.ty, m!i
he due a HdihiIiiIu tn.ui Sj'bo
am) AucUnnd m .: iLo.-t
Sept. 20t 1 890.
leave foi ihr ahuvu poit wi;i.
pacKeugcrs on or abont thai
For height oi p i-t-ae, ljavm-r fij
WM. G. 1XLWIK & CO., Agants.'
For Sydnoy arid Auckland,
The oev aad nun A! '.trfl mmUi.
Of the Oceanic St'-araMim Company, v. ill
ho duo :ii Honolulu from Sr.u
Fianeisco on oi ftiout
Sept. 27, JSSO.
And will hiw prompt dbp.Ueh uiii
mails and pu'-sou'-rrs for theal-jve j'oiti.
For ln-i-jlit or pus-bage, bavin;- S'J
I'EKI Oil ACC )UM O OPTIONS, u.mu
to '' '
17 WK. G. IK.Y7ZE &
iRSMlTH k FIELD
K- Our New Allotype Illustrated
Catalogue sent fiee on application.
11H Hl'TTEli ST.,
Bun tfrn-ioiHeo, : : Cnliroruln.
No. 30 Nbiuiiu St. P, 0, Box 307,
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had 10 years experience In
the business, I nm prepared to manu
facture to order fashionable hand
sewed Ladies' & Gentlemen's Boots &
Shoes. Also, Fiench it American Boots
& Shoos received by e.veiy steamer.
Prices reasonable. 1 solicit your pat--0'inge-
A. M. HE WET T,
Accountants, Colleotors, Comml-slon Agentj and
Custom1 Hocej Brokerc.
Are at all times prepared to per.
form any dcciiption of Clerical Wo:k,
such as Auditing Accounts, Posting up
Tiiidesinen's Hooks, .Mnkin-r In ventolin
of Stock, Euj-rossing Lvyui Documents,
Ltc. Competent and Hulhible Freight
Clciks for thu delivery aud talhiiiK of
EST Office at No. tf, ICaahumanu
street Post Ofllco ilox No. 189 Mil
tnal Telephone No. 131. fi5i tf
CO'O KIM & CO.,
. No. CO Nimanu St., Honolulu,
B1EJR CHANT TAILORS,
And drillers In ail kinds of
CasBlmrreH ami KunilslihiK (Joodd
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Good lit guaranteed. r47 Sm
Has removed from Fort rircet to Jlo-
hello Lane, Pulp na.
Ovvwe Houns: 0 a. m. to 12 u. aid
v. u. to 0 v. M,
Mutual COfl5a;TELEPIONESj-Eell 475
Powell's Buggago Expross,
Uray or Watton,
Furniture moving a speciality. IW
gugo delivered with promptnoss and
euro to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King and Bethol streets. Boll Tole
pliouo -179, Mutual Telephone G7.
w If9 J 1U ..-'"i-j-'"Si i-"
tJ (Pa "'h'u "
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