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1')AILV tJUlil.lB'LUN: UONUJ-iUJjIJ, fci. I., SJiir'.l'EMBJMR 0, ItiuO.
NO. 77 FORT
First Annual Cash Clearance Sale I
Commencing Monday, Aug. 18th, for Two Weeks only.
Great Reduction in all Departments to mnkeroom for Goods to arrive.
Calicos, 22 yards for $1.
Gingham, 10 and 12 ynids fur $1
Sateens, 7 yards for .$ 1.
Tabic Linen, XupkhiH, Towel, Sheetings, VAv
L-.idicsfeGhildion's Hosiery Hand
kerchiefs. Eiubioidcrics, Gloves, Mitt, Ribbons,
B. T. EHLEBS & CO.
JIAVK JUST UKCKIVKI) A VERY '.AltOU AbSOUT-MCNT OF
Dressed & Undressed Kid Cloves
IN ALL LENGTHS.
CURTAINS IN LUCE, SCI!, MADRAS & ANTIQUE
In Great Variety. New
t0 Onr Dressmaking Department under
CLARK will be te-opened about May 12th.
We Desire to Gall
Tor Lubricating the Valves and
AL. prnidTcnrn S
VALVOLINE is an earth oil specially prepared under the highest steam
beat and from which all volatile and eailby lnntlcr has been expelled by a
piocCbM which leaves a pure and heavy oil, which pievcnts the eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing peifcetly clean. This
was the tirbt Mineral Oil intioduced for t en ut cylinders and has been in con
jrlant use over eighteen ycais.
gjfT'Wi' also mniinfactnie Snpeiior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
classes of machineiy.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. ooi 3m
IMmourl motile," rsTOK.
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TINT, COPIES. AND
w:t Sheet. Iron Work.
OASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
PLANTATION HIU'I'JJ Vlt",
KiUilirn Utensils, Paints, Oilb, ViiinishcB, Lump Goods and
Blaku's Steam -Pumps, Woston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, Si Remington Sewing Machines,
' Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines,
Black Cashmeres and Merinos, -10c.
yard nnd upwards.
Colored Wool Pi os Good.", 10c yni d
Special bin git ins
in llluel; l.ueo
Goods in all Departments.
the managcpient of MISS
Your Attention To
Cylinders of Steam Engines.
OS &: OT Kiiifr W a
and Tin Ware
Machinists' fe I'lumbcre' Tools,
15 Uuuanu St., Honolulu, H.I.
Solo Agjnts In tlio HunMlau Island for
"OM Magnolia" & "0. P. T."
Fine Bourbon WlilsVlcs,
lachman fc Jacobl's
Celebrated Catilornia Wines.
Also, always lu stock, r fall line of the dolco'.t
We have for
superior at tide
Sarsaparilla & Iron Water,
Manufnetuii'd ly Schmidt it Co.,
Stockton, (Jala. It is the most
wholesome and delicious tonic ami ,
beverage f tbo age.
QT-Oulers from tbc oilier Hands
promptly attended to ami goods eaie
fully packed for shipment. liS'J Ilni
ughbred -:- Kiinning
itaiid for a Mini t lium
GrecuQeld Stables, Ksplolanl Park.
Dour. SI'i:nci:u N a dark bay. -I years
old; stand IfiJt hands hlijb; kind and
By Duko of Norfolk.
ll dam I.nn Spencer by Norfolk
2nd dam Ilalleilna...by Imp jialrawuiu
:!rd dam Ilennle Farrow
' by Imp. Shamiock
Hh Jam Ida by Imp. Lialsha..ar
fith dam Madam Ro-lcy (Gamnia's
Dam) by .Mr Kielini d
Otli dam Nancy Xiehol.. .by imp. Eagle
"tli dam Hut. Ilo-lcy
..by Wilkes Wonder
by imp. Sterling
...,,,..,.. by Oloiliim
. . . . by bun. Silvcrcye
.by imp. .folly Hoper
by imp. 'Partner
by imp. Monkey
lfith dam Imp. mare from the Pttitl of
llaiiison, of liiandoii
US'" l?cst of care taken with animals.
In cjso of accident no lespon'ibllity
will be assumed.
W. II. KICKAKD,
AT a bargain, a Horse, Top Ibake,
Harness, comphru and in good
order, with Imo rugs, whip and lamps
The Horse will drie in single ordoiibc
harness and is aKo hiokcn to saddle.
Apply at thi'-ollkc. II IS If
EAWI Ilcaiis for cattle at 1.25;
100 pounds or 1 hnjr, 25 cents.
Also, Native Hay. Apply to McCulluiu,
at Knpinhmi Park, at hours of 12 noon
or C r. m., or bv Mutual Telephone No.
:tl. (i22 1m
NOTICKisheieby given that A. M.
Hi'welt is no lunger employed by
the Honolulu Dairy Co., and is not au
thorized to collect or receipt for any
monies due the Company.
HONOLULU DAIRY CO.,
(!T)0 Iw By J. A. Mngooii. Secretary.
O All U College & Ptinalioii 1'iepara
tory School will open MONDAY,
.September Sih. Tuition: SI per week.
Boaid for glils, rooms furnished, $5
per week; for bovs, rooms iinfuiiiUlit'il,
H.fiO. The new President F. J. Hos
mer, ami Pi of. .L Q. Wood are expected
by the Australia September Will
Tnos. L. aiJLICIC,
ii0 Iw Pieshlcnt pro tern.
To Patrons of the Kaaipu Dairy.
rpiir, undersigned hereby ic-pcctfully
JL uotlllun the public that he husie
suiiied the direct iiiniiiigcinent of the
Kii'iipu Dairy, after an interval of lif
lecu months, dining which lr has been
managed by other pintles. He U not,
and will not be responsible for any debts
contracted on account of said Dairy,
without the written order of himself or
his wife. He lespeetfuHy solicits a eon.
liiiuiiuce of the custom of his former
patrons. A. A. MONTANO.
Numerous Maps and Sketches.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
1129 aw 'JO Merchant st., Honolulu,
The House resumed at 2 o'clock.
Hep. lvalua requestetl that his
place on various committees ho
tilled by soinu one else, as liu had
already sent his resignation to the
Minister of tlio Interior, with the
request Mint it be laid before the
House. The lion, member then said
good by, and left the House.
Nobie Widcinann I moved to
adjourn in order to prevent the lion,
lentlcinan from saying what, lie has.
Ho was red hot, and in that condi
tion could not judge as to what lie
was saying. Ho was so excited
that he did not take the way open
to every member for redress, lie
accused the House. Now, Mr.
President, I am not against him. I
am not sure 1 have the precise
merits of the case. He brought a
resolution, and the President ruled
it out of order. If ho thought that
decision wrong, ho should lmvc ap
pealed. If the House had sustained
the decision, he might have hud
something against the House. I am
sorry this has happened, and that
these words have passed. I now
move the House do adjourn, and I
hope his friends who are on bettor
terms with him than I am, will en
deavor to persuade hiin to change his
mind. Motion was lost.
15ep. Hosa gave notice of an Act
to regulate faros on tramways at
certain hours at night. 2. To enable
the tramways company to make cer
tain connections, a. To admit rail
road material frep of duty. ! To
make certain provisions regarding
the arrest of debtors.
T?cp. Waipuihtni gave notice of an
Act to authorize and encourage
remain indusliinl schools.
Uep. Nawahi ltesolved, that the
Secretary of the Assembly be in
structed to give the requisite no
ticos for filling the vacant sept from
The President There is no vacant
Rep. Nawahi said be thought that
Kep. lvalua had intimated very un
mistakably that lie had resigned.
His resignation was in the hands of
the Minister of the Interior.
Rep. Brown moved that the reso
lution belaid on the-tabic until
such time as the resignation may be
presented to the House. Carried.
Noble McCarthy gave notice of
an Act to license photographers.
Rep. Paehaole gave notice ol an
Act providing how English school
teachers shall be paid, and an act to
require persons lending money on
n.ortgage to take out a license.
Rep. Nawahi gave notice of an
Act to le-eslahlisli the ollice of gov
ernor. Rep. Rosa reported for the print
ing committee certain bills printed,
oudi:k or Tin: day.
The House went into committee
of the whole, Noble Mar.sdcn in the
chair, for consideration of the Ap
Postal items, considered with re
port of select committee.
Minister Brown moved that S3.",-
000 for pay of clerks pass as ic
connnonded by committee, Ow
Minister Brown akcd for an ex
planation of the raise in the item
Rep. Marques explained that it
was found by the, committee that
some of the salaries were low in
comparison with the wealth of the
country and the responsibilities of
Minister Spencer moved that the
item pass at, S.'JO.OOO.
Noble Baldwin gave fuilhcr ex
planations. The pay of some post
masters was ridiculously low. They
were forced in some cases to hold
the ofllccs or else let their localities
be without postolllccs.
Passed as recommended.
Pay of mail carriers, 528,001).
Incidentals, 81.1,000. Passed.
Rep. Kunealii moved to insert
S2000 for a bridge at Wailuku.
Minister Brown considered the
lion, member out of order, as there
had already Ijcen a liberal appro
priation for roads and bridges on
Maui. It would be in order on the
Tho motion was withdrawn.
Central lire station, Honolulu,
Sfi0,(!l7, recommended by select
Rep, Biown moved it pass. Car
ried. I'ire engine for Kulaokaliua plains,
SS000, recommended by committee.
Addition to Honolulu Water
Works, $270,000 recommended by
committee, in place of S:") 1,000 i'u
Noble Baldwin asked where a cer
tain Hume was to be placed.
Minister Spencer explained.
Rep. lit own moved 82!l(i,0'lO,
amount recommended less cost of
liltcr plant. Carried.
Rep. Brown moved to insert, Kil
ter plant, $39,800. .
Noble Widemiinn would bo glad
to sec a liltcr, but there were two
water systems. Would both sides
of the town have filters? Ho did
not care much whether they got a
liltcr or not, but wanted to know
where tho monc' was coming from
for all these things. They were
piling up an Appropriation Bill bo
that tho top could not be reached
with a flfteen-fool pole.
Rep, Paehaolo moved to strike
out tho Item as not absolutely neccs
snry. The oilier towns were getting
water works and would want to havu
Rep. Brown held thai fur the
capital city with thousands of n
population filtration of water was
necessary for the public health.
The item carried.
Hep. Paehaole .moved that the
item be postponed until further in
formation is gained on the debt of
Rep. Brown believed sonic dispo
sition should be made of the item
then. lie was not sure that lie.
would vote for Ihe itcm,-till ho heard
the views of some other members.
Noble Widemaun considered the
road a luxury in which they could
not indulge. It would cost $0000 a
year for interest. He was informed
that the completed part of the road
was all cut up by ox and mule carls
hauling firewood. The finance com
mittee's report quoted an agreement
made between the late Minister of
the Interior and several linn's, on
the strength of which the Minister
spent 13,000 more than was appro
priated. That was an illegal trans
action, and to appropriate that
amount would bo adangeious prece
dent. He would beg every member
to think of what he was doing before
he voted for the payment of this
Noble J. M. Horner, as a mem
ber of the committee, could say that
they regarded this as one of the
most important roads in the king
dom. Two hundred acres of coffee
had been scl out on account of the
road. As to tho 1.1,000 they be
lieved that as honest woik was done
for it as for any portion of the ap
propriation. He moved tho item
pass as roeoinniended by the com
mittee. Noble Coruwell was in favor of
the item. It would enhance travel
ing. Roads were among the best
means of developing the country.
That money was spent on the road
and lie should suppcit its repay
ment. Noblo Baldwin did not like the
look of tlio transaction any mote
than the lion. Noble from Honolulu.
Those linns had an interest in the
road and volunteeicd their assist
ance, counting on this Legislature
refunding the amount on account of
the road's importance. This item
should be voted as for something to
be done, and the question should
turn on whether it was advisable to
complete the road. He was on the
committee last session and did not
think it was contemplated thai the
road could lie completed for the ap
propriation of &3(),000. There had
been some talk of a bid having been
made to build the whole road lor
that amount, bill he did nol think
that if made the offer was genuine.
He believed in the importance of
finishing the uoik and therefore
should vole for the item as recom
mended. Noble Widcinann said there might
be honest difference of opinion as to
the importance of the road, but he
look the stand that the debt was a
pait of incn-tircs to destroy the in
stitutions of the country. That was
tho stand that he would live and die
holding. The proper recourse for
the late Minister was to biing in an
indemnity bill for the amount, but
had anyone heard of an indemnity
bill? ile wished it to go on record
that he was opposed to this item as
an illegitimate piece of business,
and if it was passed lie should feel
like following tlio example of the
lion, member from Wailuku in re
signing. Uep. Paehaole argued in favor
of his motion to postpone the item
till after consideration of the finance
committee's report. .
The motion to postpone carried.
The coinmitti-e lose, Noble Mar
den reported its proceeding-, and
the report was adopted.
Notices of various committee
meetings were given.
Tlio President appointed, ns the
committee on Hep. Kaluu's resolu
tion regarding damages to the
Queen's property, Messrs. Kalua,
Brown, Coruwell, A. Horner, ami
Rep. Paehaole asked the Cabinet
if Hep. Kalua had resigned his seat.
Uep. R. W. Wilcox moved that the
Ministers have till to-morrow morn
ing to answer.
-The House adjourned at .1:'lo.
From Bremer Rathskeller,
From Aug. Reuter, Riicdeslieim,
From J. C. Glado, N. khnsteln.
For sale at all pi loos by
H. W. SCHMIDT k SONS.
LORRIN A. THURSTON,
IIO.NOM'U', II. I.
Olllce over I'.bhopV ll.ink.
MRS. ERNESTINE GRAY
PIANO, ORGAN and SINGING.
Kagle IIouso, Niiuanii Avenue.
Win. O. Irwin. .
osldont V Manager
Theo. O. Poller.
AOI'.MS OP Till".
Of Wan IYiiik'In.'o,
JttrWin. O. Irwin & Co., (LM).luive
aumeil the ncts ami liabilities of tbo
late linn of Win. 0. Irwin A: Co , ami
will continue the gciicinl IiikIiu'
formoily canted on bv thut house.
XS heioby glvi'ii to all pertnns that al
it inccliug- of the sharchiihleis of
Wm. O. Inbi it Co, (LM). hold on
Ihealst day of .Inly, IMiu, It was voted
to accept the Charter of Incorporation
datoil .Inly 21, IS'.iO, and gianted to
them anil their asoi'l itos anil Mieeosois
under the corporate name ami flyle of
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.. Limited.
Ami that the Coipin-atimf imiler said
Charter was duly uiaul.cd, anil elected
the follow hit' mimed otllcers, vl.:
Pi osldont & Maunder
William (). Irwin,
Vice-Pi osldont... Clans .SprcckcN,
Soerolai v iV. Ti earner
W. M (illfaid,
Auditor T. C. Poller.
Noilee I abo given that, pursuant lo
tho. tonus (if sniil Charier, no stock
holder shall bo individually llnblc for
the debts of the Corporation, beyond
the amount which shall be due 'upon
thu.-hniuor .-haies ownol or hold bv
biniselr. W. M. GTPI-WUI),
Secretary Win. G. liwin & Co , L'd.
iS heieby given in all persons that al
a nicctim; of the bnichohlci- of
i'aauhaii Plantation Co., (L'd), held on
the 1st day of Augut, 18!0. It was voted
to accept the dialler of Incorporation
dated .Inly 21, 1S!0, and granted to theni
and their associates and successors
under the crii-por.itiou name and .stylo of
Paauhau Plantation Co., Limited.
And that the Corporation under said
' barter wa- duly organized and elected
the following niimedolllcor-, vl. :
Pi-o-ldenl .'..Wm. G. Irwin,
Vieo-Pio-ldont Chios Sjueokels,
Secretary A. Troa-uior
Notion is al-o given that, pursuant to
the tenn- of said Chariot, no stock
holder shall be individually liable for
the debts of the Corporation, beyond
the amount which shall be due upon the
share or sinircs ow nud or hold by him
self. W. M. GIFFA1ID.
Secretary Paniilmu Plantation Co.
Tho undeiyigiiid having Iiloii iippointe.il
sole agents for the Hawaiian
For tho Celebrated
Baldwin -:- Locomotives "
From the. works of
Burnbam, Parry, Williams & Co.,
IMllhxli-1 Ollltl. IN'iin,,
An; now prepared to give cUiinuteR and
receive onlnis for tlui-e undines, ot any
.size and stjlc.
The Hai.ijwin I.oco.MoriVK Woitits are
now umiiuliic.iuriiiic a mylu of boconio.
live pat tioulitrly adapted
For Plantation Purposes, "
A number ol which have recently been
icoeivcil at those Island, and we will
lmvc pli.-ii.iiic in furnishing plantation
a(;unt3 nnd munagcw with particulars
of saniu. '
Tho.auporior ly of these. Locomotives
over all ot her makes U not only known
hei-H but is acknowledged Ihroiifilioiit
the Unlit tl .Stftlcii.
Win. G. IltWIN&Co.,
Sole Agcnis for Hawaiian Islands.
4 (Will 2 1 w.ly
A Cure for Influenza !
Bit. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHEltfiY COR
DIAL, one of the bout remedies
ever pmpaiod for coughs, asthma, luug
and chest trouble, and a great relief to
whooping cough ami throat affection.
Ask for Dr. Lozioi's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at
IIOLLISTF.R As GO'S.,
And HUNbON, SMITH & CD'S.
I liul your Cherry Cordial" the best
medicine wo have ever used for coughs,
colds ami lung trouble. All of our Na
livos, Poitiigueso, Chinese and Japanese
will use an other. I use nothing elsu lu
my own family. Yours truly.
Manager Kohala Sugar Co.
Wo have sold a largo quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our planlatlon
stoio, bold at Keaila and Knptia, and
can ohuei fully recoiniiiaud it forlnnn
Very respectfully yours,
Ur.o K. FAIKUIMU),
t!0,"i tf Tieaeiircr Mnkee Sugar Co,
IJiIUBWOOD for fido at Hawaiian
: Coinmeruiid BiiksiooniB, corner of
-Queen unci Nuimuu atrceta. 4U8 If
Oceanic steamship Coiij'r.
From San Franoisco.
Li'iivo Duo al
. I'. Honolulu
Alameda. Sept, 5!0. . , .Hnpt 27
Maiipo-n Oct 18 Oct 2ft
Zenlaiidia Nov lfl Nov 22
Aliiiiiodn Dec 13 Den 20
For Sun Fraticisoo.
Leavo Duo at
Kept 3.... Sept 20
Oct I Oct 18
..Oct 211.... Nov Jfi
.Nov 20.... Dee lit
hoc 21 Ian 10
Miuiposn . .
Mariposa . . .
Piiday . .
. . Sept 20
. . . Oot 21
. . Nov 21
iulriliii isii ?ii
Mil MAX PltAM'lMM.
The new and lino Al Aire) aiouiiipl.'p
Of tliuOcCiinicfcstoaiinhlpCninp.iiiy, ui!i
. lie duo in Honolulu In. in i-.(lii.,
mul Auckland mi ahii it
Sept. 20, 1090.
leave for thu above pm i win
piwcngera on or nboul' thai.
For fiolglu or pibs.tuo, Imviiii; ijU
lUiiUUK AUCU1UAIODATIONK, appK
WE Q. IIIWIS &. U0.. Agent..
Sydney and Ancklantu
n nv and tine AS ttcel su-nipi'tin
ft i . i. o
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, ill
be duo at Honolulu ironi Sim
Francisco on or about
Sept. 27, I8S0.
And will have prompt ili'pitclt will,
mails and passengcis for ihout ovc poitj
For iroighl or passage, havin-r SU
PKKIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, t,,pl,
37 WM. Q. IKWIW & CO.. Agents
HAHEuSITH & FIELD
JgfOiu- New Artotypo Illustrated
Catalogue sent free on application.
118 H1ITTKK ST.,
JSun Kiaiiriftro. : : California.
Ho, 30 Kuuann 8t, P, 0. Eos 207.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had 10 year.- experience in
tlio business, anf prepared to manu
facture to order fashionable linnd
sewed Ladles & Gentlemen's JSoora &
Shoes. Also, French & American Hoots
Ac Shoes lecelvoit by every steamer.
Prices reasonable. I solicit your pat
A. M. HE WET T,
Acfonntauls, Collcctou, Oommlnslou AifouU auj
Outtom llonso Ilroliera.
Are at all times prepared to per.
form any description of Clerical Woik,
such as Auditing Accounts, Postinirun
Timleamen's Hooks, Making Iuveuloi It's
of Stock, Knerooslng Logul Documents,
Lie. Competent and Uolinble Prelum
Clerks foi the delivery anil tallyirii; of
1ST Olllce ul No. ir Kiiiihiiiimnii
atrctt. Post ODIeo Un. No. 189 Mil.
tual Telephone. No. Sl m If
COO K.IM & CO.,
No. r.9 Niiuanii St., Honolulu,
And dealers in all kinds of
CaMHlinereH mill Ji'uriilHlilntf (Jomia
Also, a full stock of Dry mid Fnucy
Goods, Good lit guaranteed. 5l7iliii
(3lIANG E of liES r DENOlI.
Has roinoved from Fort rtrcet to Itc
hello Lane Pair Aa.
Oi'kick Houns; 1) a. ji. to 12 m. aid
1. it. to !) i. m.
Mutual 608"aTELEPH0NESSrEcll 47D
Powell's Bnggugtj Express,
Omy oi "Wjikoh.
Furnlturo moving a spoolality, JJng
gage dollveied with piomptiicss and
care to any part of city. Slum), corner
of King am) liothel streets. Hell Telephone-ITU,
Mutual Telephone 57.
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