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SATURDAY, SK1M,G, 18'JO.
Olau RflIwYY & LAND GoTs
Tj V.Uc KIT.'Of Allium UO. !!!.
i : in r.snnt
Snliitdiiysntid Mondays only.
t Pntnrda.NH only.
si t ti
Stmr Walalealc fioin ICaii d
Stint .Ins Milken from Kiinil
Ntnir Li-hiii fiiiin lillo :ind llaiiiakua
Stun K'inlii finni Kauai
Stiiif Mokolli ft oin Moloktl
Hrfllllp Jtlclfglh'Ul fioin Llveipiml
VESSELS LE.'VV.NQ MONDAY.
Httnt .1 ( tumulus foi Wttlmaiialn at
U n iti"
Stun .Mokolilfor Molokal atfipiu
Helir Kiilamauii foi rnnii
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Snnr W.ilaltMlij rt:M birs -rniv and
12C..S hairs it.ulily.
Slim Mokoih- 2." calves, mi, Mieen,
hor-uM and o'J bali"s of wool.
1'ioin Kauai, per clinr Waialcalo,
Kept (i Mis H Clow Dialling. Ml3 A
OiONMilnliiii", Al Siiuioii and wife, and
Kiou IC.ni.il. pcr tinr .Ta- Maker.
Sept (i MriO Itci iliii:iiiri,Mr Faiii'liild,
Miss Kaiuliild and I otliLi-;.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Olandlne, W M Dodil, fioin Qlns-
Ilk Aiimnit, O Faint, fioin Xew C.ntle,
X n W
Ilk Iliuxiwtut, II II Lewis, fi mil Dula-
w a li
Bk ( olinnbiii, W G Goodman, fioin 1'oit
Ilk Matilda, Call J Sweinon, fioin l)o
" p.utliro Jlav
Ilk I'anl Iscnb.-ig. V ,1 WolKi-. fioin
BktlleS Castle, L II llnbuatd, fioin
Ilktnu l'lantcr, F A Dow, fioin enn
Itktnc W II Dlmoi.d, "E P Diew, fioin
llktnc Dheoxeij, jreXell, fioin San
Seln ItiiliyAComins 0 C Cousins, fiom
Teui Allen A, L .1 Sdiago, from Tin oka
FOREICN VESSELS EXPECTLD.
HUM FlagPhlp War.-plte from Ililtiih
BrMiip lllenglleld Milled fiom Lher-
pool Apr IS, due Aiijj L'l
Am bk Albert, Winding, fiom San
Finnulsu) due Aug
Br bk Uli Ker tiom London sailed Apr
1.5, due Aug .5
Br bk Giivan fiom Liveipool, Miiled
July 10, due Nov lfi-.K)
S S Fui allon fiom San iJiego due Sep
Anibk MaitliaDaU, V A Pendleton,
fiom IlotOli, sailed Apiil L'j, iluu
Blc Ceylon, fioin San Fiaueieo, due
Ilk Forest Cueen, fiom San Francisco
due Sent 10-15
Pehr Olgn, from San Fnuichco, due
BiIgWGIiwin, fiom Sun Fianelsco,
duo Sept, 10-15
T$kC D Itiyant, from San FiancUuo,
due Sept 12-17
The Biill-ih ship Blengfleld auived
to-day fiom Llveipool.
The barkentinc W II Dimond, dipt
11 P Dtew, lias tlnlslied unloading her
e.ugoof geneial meiehandise, and was
taking In Migar to-day at the O S S
' SUBURBAN FIRE.
The house nt Kalihi, owned and
occupied by Mr. James Sutherland,
engineer of the steamer Likel.kc,
wns burned at midnight last niht.
Mrs. 'Sutherland and child, who
we're alone at homo, had 'a narrow
isscape, as s,he was wakened by the
heat and noiBo of the llamos. Veiy
little was saved and, the house hav
ing been a good one, the loss is es
timated at between S.OOOO and SliOOO,
against which there is no in
surance. Owing to the distance
from town the flic dcpaitmoi.t
could afford no pi cventivc aid, but
several Hrctncn readied the spot in
time to save a few atticles of furni
ture. The fire is attiibuted to the
carelessness of the Chinese setvant
in diylng clothes. Mrs. Sutherland
found her bedroom lamp burning
when she awoke, and its light was
helpful to her in escaping. Mr. and
Mrs. Sutherland will hnve gcnorul
sympathy in the destruction of their
-i SIXOLDB. W. Bedstead, 2 Bureaus,
4. 1 Toilet Tablo, 1 Lounge. 1 H'anl-
lobe, 1 Mnrblo-tnp II. W.
jilnud, 1 Kbony bland,
Apply ut this
AT n biugaln, a Horse, Top Biake,
Harness, coiuploiu and in good
older, i Hli two nigs, whl)) and lniupA.
The lloiso will dii'o in single ordoublu
harness mid Is also biokeii to saddle.
Apply at this ofllee. 018 tf
KKAWI Beans for cattle at 8 1.25 ;
100 pound or 1 bag, 25 cents.
Also, Native Hay. Apply to McCullum,
at Kaplohud Pailc, at hours of Pi noon
or 5 r. M., or by Mutual Telephouo No,
3,, C23 1m
& GENERAL HEWS.
schools will re-
open Monday. I
The Typogiaphtcnl Union will
A cnrrsB tinp change f owner
ship is rttlvoitieiL 1
M. Goi.unnnu will lu.hl a special
rivIo of bIhiw li Ui f"r two wet Ut.
l.vMhS F. Morgan will hold tin auc
tion sale of California pioduce Mnu
TlU'ltiG will b" tfi ices at Central
Union Chinch nuniiiiiKiiul evening
Tun Supuiiiti'iukMil of Calm Rail
way iiio" an bnpottant miike in
iclaliou to fieight.
St. Lons Collepo will ic-open
Monday nxt, wlioti all pnpiN pluittlil
be in llieir placi's.
Jilt. David Dayton liaa Iippii ap
)ointod PiVfcidtMit of tin1 Hoard of
llciillli in plaui of Dr. J. II. ICimball
Mii'i) lliuli Fan nine's kinduiKiir
ton -cliotil u-opi'ii'' in tiiu Pminlion
I'rrpu.itoiy luiilding M unlay at 0
As Ihip:lijli sermon will hit lrhvpr
ed ill tli" 7 o'eloelc inns" lo-nionow
moinlnjr, in tlie Koin in (.'alliolie Ca
tliedml. Kiiki.icii & Co. liuvc tuldod con
6idei.ible to their stork by lull hi
riiilt. P.n lienlai.s will nppcnr in
theii advuitiseinent in next i-ne.
Tub Indiiitiial Homo for Hawaiian
Gills was opened auspiciously 1 it
illicit, the liouw-wainiing bciiii; at
tended by about a bundled and tifly
The Mo.iniii laneh on Molokai, in
cliiduiK cuttle and lioit.es, will be of
feiod for fcixlo by Mi Jas F. Morgan
on Monday ne.t( at 12 o'cluok noon,
at his palesrooni.
IjVEUY pio-pcct is fail foi the
Aiinn excursion niid picnic nt Ray
mond Groo this afternoon. Trains
out at 1, 2, fi, 7, and '.hHO o'clock,
letuinitig at J : LO, 5, 8 ::)(, li. and
12 :lo o'clock-.
IJiio. Mackintosh is to bo congia-
ttllatul on anotliei intf K'-ting lunu
la r of the Anglican Cluircb Cbioni
cle. It advocates, the repeal of the
patspoit law, foi wbicbNobleMcC.il
Ihy has a bill pending,
At the annual meeting of the Aiion
last night the following ofliccis wcio
ductal for the ent-uing yinr Presi
dent, Mam ice Goldbeig (re-electtd);
Yice-Prebident, J. B.irtrnm ; Secre
t.uy, J. Iluinbcrg; Tieasurer, Win.
Tiic sen ices of the Second Con
gicgationlof St. Andrew's Catbodr.il
to-nioiiciw will be as follows: 11:13
n. in., Holy Communion, with ser
mon; 7:30 p. m., evensong, with ser
mon. Special miifdc by the choir at
both services. Tin- Sunday School
will resume! its serious nt 10 n. m.
Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, pastor.
Opals and diamonds! We don't
refer to the cicws of II. B. M.'s war
ships bearing those names, but to the
magnificent bracelets and other arti
cles of jeweliy ornamented with thoe
gems, now on view in 'Wen tier &
Co.'s e&tablihhmcni. on Foil street.
As for watches and chains, society
insignia, etc., one feels tempted to
buy the lot, the aitiblic designs being
to attractive, had bo only means
enough, in order to ni.iko a present
of it to his best girl, or his nearest
THE MECHANICS' USION.
Want of Conflilcncu in the Cabinet
K. of P. hall on Fort street was
Oiled to oveiflowing last night, in
answer to the call for a meeting of
the Mechanics' Union. Mr. Quinn
occupied the greater pait of the
session in a speech against the Min
istry, finding fault chiefly with the
Minister of Finance for his answer
to Hon. A. Marques icspecting dis
missals from ollice. He also charged
that the Attorney-General had been
one of the guard at the Station du.;
ing the bogus scare got up by sup
potters of thb lute Ministry. At the
conclusion of his speech Mr. Quinn
moved a resolution that a committee
be appointed to call a mass meeting
for Monday evening, for the pur
pose of passing resolutions in favor
of a constitutional convention and
of the oven brow of the Cabinet.
When the President (Uon. J.
Phillips) put the question, a new
motion wasinteijcuted, affirming the
principles of the proposed mass
meeting resolutions, and it passed
without a dissenting voice. The
resolution was simllaily passed with
out either qMbcussion or dibsent. Mr.
D. M. Crowley, who refused to bo
put down by oonio cliimoroiiR per
sona, protested against dealing with
such inipoi taut matters In so sum
mary a fuBhtnn as had been dis
played. A committee of live was
appointed in accordance with the
resolution and the meeting then
ST. ANDREWS CATHEDRAL.
Fourteenth Sunday after Tiinity.
Holy Communion 0:30 a. in,
Litany at 0:30 a. m.
Morning prayer and sctinon at 10
Hawaiian Evensong and Sermon,
3:00 p. in.
Evening prayer and Sermon, (i p.
Thu House tesitmcd at 1 :I0.
uiinr.it or mi: mv.
Third leading of the Caiitoniers
Noble . I. M. Iloutor moved (ho
bill be iiidellnitely postponed. A
sensible, practical law already ex
istcd. I'lidiT thU law the Minister
appointed the road boauls and (lis
missed thein if they did. not do their
duty. The bill icquiied the con
stant emplo3'tnciU of enntoniers nil
the time, w net her theie is any money
in the li.uiils of thu toad board.-).
He saw Uiree cautoniera that morn
ing on the road. He know them by
their tool mid dm wotk they were
doing though tlmy didn't wear any
yellow nig. The bill was an impos
sibility. The cautonicr couldn't do
any of these things which are pre
scribed in the country. Our present
law id plain and easily understood.
They had about sixty miles of road
in iltimnktiti and only $1200 road
money. Then all thee petty regu
lations, that he shall, when he cuts
his dinner, keep in ight of his road.
Noble Widemann thought the bill
plain enough and a sound and good
thing foi this country. Ilamakua
could piy twenty caiitoniers (one
for every three miles) to keep the
roads in order. The bill may not
be perfect, or suitable fort lie coun
try districts at present, but it will
lie a very good tiling for Honolulu,
IIilo and W'uilul.u.
Noble Horner agteed that a mad
when good should be kept good, and
the llamaknii Road Hoard adopted
that principle ns soon ns they were
Nobles Marsden ami Horner en
teied into a discussion of the history
of a certain mud hole in the Ilama
kua road (the House calling ques
tion). Hep. Biovvn moved the bill pass
its third reading.
The bill passed.
Third leading of a bill relating to
the sale of goods by commercial
The bill passed.
Consideration of the Appropria
tion Bill in Commit' ec of the Whole.
Noble Marsdeu in the chair.
For the Ilefoim School, 612,000.
Rep. Biovvn said it was wiong to
attempt to stiike this item out. It
was short sighted, and might come
back on the heads of its authors. It
was better that the boys should cost
1000 apiece than that they should
be put into prison with common
Rep. Rickard was lately opposed
to this item, but, after hearing the
aigumenls in behalf of maintaining
the institution, ho was now of a
different opinion. If the school
was not efllcient that was an easy
matter to remedy.
Noble Widemann did not believo
in supporting an iuelllcient school,
but, as there was a law requiring
the maintenance of such an institu
tion, he would vote for the item.
Rep. R. W. Wileox moved to
amend the item to SG000. There
was good reason why putty larcenies
vvvre not so frequently charged to
the school now, which was that
there were not enough boys in it to
Rep. Nawabi was in favor of the
amendment. The school was cost
ing too much. It cost 81000 for
cacli boy, and bad boys at that.
Pupils of o'her schools only cost
$30 a head.
Noble Knuhauc held that it was
unfair to compare this with a com
mon school, whose pupils lived at
home with their parents. If there
were only a few bnj's in it now,
that was a matter of gratification.
Perhaps many more boys wouki be
sent there, in which case the amount
asked would bo needed. The
school had done a great deal of
good, it had turned out many boys
who became useful citizens, lie
knew one estimable minister of the
gospel who had been in the insti
tution. Noble Wideuiann said this was
not a .school in the ordinary sense.
It vvas a pluce where bad boys woro
separated from good ones, to bo
taught good morals as well as book
learning. Police and district jus
tices had power to send boys to tho
institution, nnd possibly thirty or
forty might bo added within tho
peiiod. Thcrefoie ho hoped his
f.iend, tho lion, member for tho
fifth district, would withdraw his
Rep. R. W. Wilcox withdrew his
Noble T9enbprg concurred in the
vicw3 of Nob'c Widemann.
Rep. Wnipuiluni icnewed the
amendment withdrawn by Rep.
Rep. vVhitc did not know what
came of thu boys' woik. Formerly
they ruised their own poi. Now
they played baseball. Six thou
sand dollars was enough for such
The item passed at 812,000, by a
vote of 22 to 19.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox moved to in
sert, "Aid to St. Louis College and
its branches, 20,000." It was no
more thon right that tho Govern
ment should aissist this school. Ho
did not mako his motion on account
of tho religious denomination to
which tho school belonged. Tho
Government should assist worthy
Noble Hind was opposed, to this
Item', This was tho beginning of &
work to destroy tho schools of this
kingdom, He did not believe in
priestcraft of any kind in connec
tion with the schooN.
Noble Widemann Except on one
Noblo Hind did not care to what
church tlie priests belonged. The
chlldi en should bn sived from the
priests nnd taught such demonstra
ble lads as that two and two mnke
four. Secular schools only should
be supported by the Governmenl.
lie should vote against tliii motion
for the sake of the children. It
would bo preferable to see tho Isl
ands go back to the condition in
which the flist missionaries found
them, than that the children should
bo brought up in dogmas that they
did not understand.
Rep. Nawahi disagreed with the
previous speaker. Many parents
paid their school tax but sent their
ehiidten to the independent schools.
It wns nothing but light, therefore,
that theso schools should receive a
share of the school funds. He
moved that the item be 830,000.
Noblo Widemann said a subsidy
was asked for certain Catholic
schools, not for the priest9. These
subsisted on miserable food, and
received a cassock and a pair of
shoes, perhaps, once a yenr. That
was their portion. How tlie hon.
Noble made out that aid to Catholic
schools was going to destroy the
Government schools lie could not
make out. So far as tho theory of
Government schools was concerned,
ho believed in supporting them.
But this was only a theory with
tliose people. They gave aid to re
ligious schcols ns they pleased, but
it wus all on one side. They only
complained when it wus proposed to
help the other side. Quee it would
not hnye been safe for him to speak
so plainly, he would haye lieen
hooted out. These institutions
weio weak then, but now they were
too strong to be suppressed. Be
ware, he would say to them, lest
you be dealt with as you have dealt
Noblo Hind nuked what the
speaker meant by retaliation.
Noble Widemann said if the lion.
Noble did not understand his mean
inn, he Ha3 welcome to his want of
understanding. The Catholic schools
lopresonted a majority of the people
and were entitled to this $20,000.
Rep. Wuipuiiani asked how it
was ihatNoble Hind voted the other
day for certain independent boaid
Noble Hind said if he bud done
so it was bccaus6 he was not aware
of the denominational diameter of
the schools, and was sorry if he had
supported any such.
Noble Kauhane said it vvas a mis
take to suppose that this grant would
result in cheapening board and tui
tion at tlie college. Tlie reason for
the high average quoted against the
other independent schools in com
parion with St. Louis was that
those schools wore longer in exist
ence and therefore the aid icceived
by them looked so much larger.
Rep. Paehaole said that the con
ductors of the school had signilled
their willingness to have il inspected
by the Board.
Noble Homer pointed out that the
rate calculated ns due this college
was on tho basis of the six hundred
scholars there from the beginning of
the institution, whereas ho was in
formed that more than one hundred
and fifty could not be counted in at
tendance any one day.
Rep. Knudscn was as much op
posed to priest rule as anybody, but
he would vote for this $20,000.
There were a great many ignorant
Catholic children in the kingdom,
and it was well that these had the
opportunity of education in such a
school as St. Louis. To educate
them was the best "way to deliver
them from control of tho priosts,
and to relieve their minds from the
idea that the priest was a little god.
Noblo Hind Send them to tho
Rep. Knudsen (striking the table)
said he had the floor. Public or
private, he didu't care, if they got
Rep. Rickard would vote against
the item. It would open a door
that would never be closed In this
country. He would movo in amend
ment that the item read, "Support
of established boarding schools,
Rep. Nawahi witluhew his. amend
ment. The original motion carried.
The committee roso, Noble Mars
den reported its progress, and the
lepoit was adopted.
The President appointed, a tlie
committee on the corporations bill,
Messrs. C. Brown, Hooknno, Ivalua,
iiiemaiin, and Peterson.
The Hoimo adjourned nt '1:13 till
10 o'clock Monday morning.
CHARLOTTE Rnsso Cream Cakes,
the llnost pastiy; made fresh tM.s
morning ut the Elite Ice, (Jie.iiu Pallets.
rpilE regular monthly meeting of tho
JL Honolulu Typographical Union,
No. 37, will he held at lluiiuouv Hall,
King street, THIS (Satunlaj) liVEN
1NU, September c moo, at 7 o'eloek.
J. J. GREENE,
C51 It Secietmy.
THE aaiiual meeting of tho Htoek
holdem of tbu ililii Sugar Co. will
lio bold at thu ollice of Win. O II win V
Co., (LM), on MONDAY, 8opt. 8th, ut
10 o'clock A. M.
W. M. GIFFARD,
Honolulu, Pept. 1, 1890, MO 2t
September 6, '90.
Trains, leave at 1:45 P. M. Re
lurn leaving Posrl City at 4:15
Top Cais J:, Cents
J Coichis -,'jO ('cms round trip
TIM Annual Picnic
01VEN Irt Tilt-
At Remond Grove !
01 SATDBDAUijL 611
TRAINS WILL LEAVE
at 1:00, 2:00, 0:00,
7 :00 and Si :S0
u ciock v. M.
TRAIN'S WILL LEAVE REMOND
GROVE at 1:10. fi:0Q, 8 30 12:00
and 12.15 o'clock v. ji.
To commence after tho anlval of the
lbsttiain, consisting of lias. hull, Sack
and Foot Races, Apples on tlioStilng.
and other game to uimiso young ami
old. Miitable piesonts will lie aw aided
to the successful eoiapetitois.
Dmlng tbu uftiiniGon and evening by
the Rdjul llawalhn Band.
DANCING AT 7 P. M.
Ex "Adonis" & "Isoahorg"
Cases Palm Tiet'ulh
fairs White bottle Key Gin,
Cs. Finelrish & Scotch VIiiskey,
Cases Etin Fine Sheiiy,
Cases Diy & Sweet Champagne,
Cs. Italian Vermouth,
Cuiaeoa, AbHlnhe"j''Ete., Y.U
Tannhaeuser Beer !
Prize Medal Paris Exposition.
tST The Best Beer hi the market
beats hi. Louis and Milwaukee all to
BUFFALO BEER !
JUS?" Brewed and Bottled lit Sacra
mento, tlner and cheaper than FipiIiIiiI:
bmg and Wieland California ficcr.
Hilt SALE HY
Hawaiian Wine Co.,
014 Fiiaxk IbtowN, Manager, lm
From Bremer Rathskeller,
From Aug. Renter, .Ruedeshelm,
From J. G, Glade, H. Ldhnstcln.
Foi sale at all prices hy
H. tf . SCHMIDT & SOUS.
...- . .. .M..M...., .
A. ttoi i ey -at- Y- n- w
Honolulu, IL I.
Oniec over Bishop's Bank. (HO It
Engle ITouso, Nuiiami Avenue,
.we-7v " t
flRRAN flnrt S NrTlNr, w,n- u r"i0r'B wroMgin Hteel iCungM, m
NOW IS THE TIME I
ociety of the
Arc now selling their Uonds, and upon oa lot uih. The additional feu
tnro of Insuranco goes with eveiy Bond.
The following arc a few of the many attractive minis offered by lids
original and progressive Coutpnnj :
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIKE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " ' "
IMPROVED FREh TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company Is pqnitnble, Its payments piotupt and certalu, mid Ita
From ihf -Vetr VurJt: Sun, April -Wi, IK'JO.)
Tho Largo! IIUKiui'MS Ever Tninsnotoil hy u Lift Ahhiii--
The new bimiuess of the Equitable Life Assuianeo Society of New
York for the tlrst quarter of the present yoar is reported to exceed Funr
Million Dollars. This is at the rutc of tico hundred milionj ofassnr
anceoi the year, and is unpieccdented in the annals of life assurance.
JtSylnformalion ehcei fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the umlei signed at bis ofllco.
ALEX. J. GARTWRfiGHT,
General Aient for tho Hawaiian Islnnds, Equitable Life Aswurnnce Society
of tho U. S. ' .Ian-1-90
Having icinovod our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarter? ftt
iVo. SO Eoi:.fA", STR.EET,
(Near the Custom House)
Wo aie now piepaied to furnish at shut notico, and of prime qtmlity, any
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages-
niniii (lurnnt Tninnn 0
nam, owuoi, Liiiuuu,
. Applo Cider.
Using exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
nt'!!1 ".gttw.m b-k
K. R. Hnsnitv, Pieshlont & Manager.
Uodi'iiev HitoviN, Sccrutary tt TicuHiirnr.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppii. Miii-eckcl' Stank, : Fort Htrcct, Honolulu.
IMFORTEUS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havlhtud China, plain nnd docoratod; and Wedgowood
I'iano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chandeliers A Eleetoliorn,
Lamp Fixture of nil kinds, A complete asKirtin't of Drills A, File,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION
The "Unzolln" 3-whock'd Killing Plow &. Equallzor,
niiiehenid kiee Flow, Plantera' Hteol fc Oooneiimtked llooa,
LARD, CYLINDER, ICEROSENE, LINHEED,
FiiiulH, VnrniidioH it BruuliCH, Manila A SShuI Bopo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Howe, JIoho, I-IoHe,
ItUBUER, WIUE-DOUND of auporior quality, A STEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silvor Plated Waro, Table & Pocket Cutlery,
l'ow dei, Hbot AOupH, Tim Oclebriited"01ub"Miiohiiii-loa(liulOartridKHii,
Hiufu Patent "Duplex" Die Slock for Pipo Jt Bolt ThreudiiiK,
llartinan'H Stcol Wiro Fence fc Hteel Wire Matti,
Wm. 0. Fisher's Wrought Steel Range,
Onto Olty Htonn FUlom,
"New Ppicom" TwlBt Drills,
nov-29-89 NnaVs GarrUgti Patntn.
GRAY. AGENTS iron fj'tM
ii tfOKT STREETS.
Wator, and Crab
Joiin Ena, Vice-President
Ceo 1 1. Ititoiv.N, Auditor.