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JDAlli JtlULLiUJTlKi UUNUIiULU, li. U., SOTESMiBER 11,, O&HCL
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JMA1V ft OTIS
vn 77 pour sriu.rr.
First Annual Gasli Clearance Sale I
Commencing Monday, Aug. J Bin, for Two Wcohs only.
Great Reduction in all Departments to niakerooin tor Goofatoarrive
O.ilitiiu, -- jiirdj- fm $1
Clingluun. 10 iiml 12 ynrd lm $1
HnlcWK, 7 ynids for 1.
Table liincu, Xnpkhi't, 'S'mvels,
Bluek Catilimoieij und Metinis, 40c
yard and unwinds.
Colored Wool Dross Good, 10c yard
l.adiesfc Children's llowiery Hand
Kinbmiiloiipri (!luiv. Mitt, llili-hone,
tfhueiiti;;, Mf'. Kiv.,
in Black Luco
in ii ci
a , El , fr .
$711 T J
HAVi: ,1I' r ItKLf.lVKD A YKHV LAllflU A330HT.MKST OF
Dressed & UndrBssBd lid Gloves
CURTAINS III LiirSI'liBltilS & AHT100B
In G u'h 1 Viint'tv.
Jt:y Om Drc-uiiuiking- Department under
Cl.AUK will be io-opemd about May 12th.
Goods in all Departments
the tn.innguiiiunl of MI.SM
e Desire lo Gail Your Mention To
AiiX PEC STEREO 5. -
W lH H w ILW i. m P f I lr
For Lulnicrtting the Valves and Cylindora of Stoam Engines.
VALVOLINL" is .in c.irth oil sppeially prepaied under llio highost steam
beat und from which all volatile and earthy matter has been expelled by a
process which loaves .i pure and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. Thib
was thu first Mincial Oil introduced for steam cylinders and has boon in con
stant ufo over eighteen yours.
?"Ve also nuinutnetnre Superior .Machine find Spindle Oils for all
elfiM-es of machinery.
JLjeoasrii'cl &c 3Elli,
HONOLULU IKON "gyOBHS CO., Sole Agents. 601 3m
' Diiuoii.l Rloolr," JNort. r &. 07 lOnjr Street.
KKVKNTY -FIFTH DAY.
Wkushsuav, Sept. in.
Comuiittuc of the wholo icsiimed
nt 1 :40.
Noble Mncfnrlnne supported the
recomincndntlon of the committee.
It was in the line of public improve
ment, nnd would yield profit, to the
Government In taxes.
The item (817,500 to build
road to Innds bnck of Hono
lulu) pnspd and the report
was referred to the Minister of the
Police of Hawaii, $70,000, as re
commended by committee.
Noble Mtusdcn moved the item
Rep. Brown called attention to
the increase from 82 10,000 to $208,-
000 in the pay of police, and an in
crease of $8000 in incidentals. He
asked the Attorney-General tor ex
planations. .Minister l'elcrsou said the item
for Hawaii was a reduction from the
estimates furnished by the Sheriff.
That was a hard island to police and
a great many crimes had lately hap
pened there! On Oaliu an increase
in the number of police was neces
sary. With the details required for
seizures in bankruptcy, watching
vessels, etc., sometimes Honolulu
was left with only eleven and four
teen men for patrol duty. Then
their pay was so small that it was a
subject of unfavorable comment all
over the kingdom. An increase of
?5 a month to each man signified a
large aggregate. There was not so
much increase as was apparent in
incidentals, the difference from the
former appropriation being caused
by the transfer of certain accounts
to this as the more appropriate one.
Noble Burcbardt asked what was
meant by assistance to the Sheriff
of Hawaii in the estimates.
Minister Peterson replied 175 a
month for the Deputy Sheriff of
Rep. Heohano asked how the in
creases in officers' pay would be put
Minister Peterson said he would
issue instructions to the Sheriffs.
Rep. Hookauo was afraid that Hie
Sheriffs might not carry out the or
ders after the Legislature was pro
rogued. Minister Peterson I can assure
the hon. member that if I am Attor-ncy-Goncial
the instructions will be
Rep. Hookano was in favor of the
old system, as followed in 1884 or
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RITBBER HOSE,
House Sleeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPJfc-EB AND
Slieot Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Snipping & Qommission Merchants
PLANTATION & TNSUJIANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and Genera! Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
I I i A iV'i'A 'J' I ON H IJ l J J-. J JM tf .
Ortrvmilfu', HUokiinitliit'i MuoliIuiHtB A Plumber' Tcwil,
XiOUSE. BURNISHING GOODS !
iCiichoii Ujyiujilh, Puiutu, Oilu, Vrtruidhee, Lump G'cmhIh und
. ' ,,v , MW,i W S MPfiton Sewing Uaclilues,
Or. Joyne Sods Tamlly Modlolnes,
188G, of insertins the pay as, "Dc
puty Sheriff, so much ; so many of
ficers, so much."
Rep. Brown said that if the num
ber of officers was inserted, any dis
trict wanting more officers could not
get them. It was better to pass the
items as recommended, und if any
Deputy Sheriffs did not carry out
instructions they would get their
walking tickets. The pay would
have tc bo apportioned with discre
tion. Police in Honolulu, for in
stance, should have more pay than
police iu the outer districts. The
Attorney-General was the head of
the police, and the House had con
fidence in him.
, Minister Peterson, while conced
ing good motives to the mover, said
that if the change would interfere
with the object desired it would bo
an injury. That plan was adopted
by Mr. Gibson's Government in
1881, but it proved a failure and
they were glad to abandon it in
1886. He was positive that a three
months' trial of it now would result
in a failure. It would certainly de
tract fiom the efficiency of the ser
vice, and lie hoped the House would
not adopt it.
Iep. Nawahi was not in favor of
having the items passed iu a lump
sum. Ueputy Sheriffs discriminat
ed against native policemen, and
these should be protected by tho
law. It was all very well for the Attorney-General
to promise what he
would do, but from rumors thicken
ins the air it was possible that some
body else would be in the Attorney
General's seat next week.
Noble Horner said it seemed to
hiin they ought to stick to their bu
siness as law-makers. If they made
sufllcient provision for the police on
Hawaii, the rest should be left to
tho proper officials. If the Minis
ters would not carry out the law sa
tisfactorily, there were means of
replacing them with other men.
They could not foresee what contin
gencies or emergencies might arise
in the next two years requiring
changes in tho force. It hud been
found in business that it was not
well lo stipulate too many details
where the work was to bo done by
subordinates. He gave an illustra
tion from tho early Jiistory of sugar
planting in these islands.
Rep. Walpuilan! was in favor of
passing the items in detail. If tho
proposition before the committco
was correct, why was It not applied
to tho pay of District and Police
Justices? Under the block sum
method Deputy Sheriffs cxciched
favoritism and discriminated against
tho red-skinned policemen. "Why
shouldn't a native olllcor of equal
capacity bo paid tho namo ana white
Rep, Nnwnlil turned Noblo Horn,
ci's MliiilrutlQii round to suit ilio
opposite argument, "Wo tlio legls.
latora firo tlio manngor acquainted
with tlio conditions and needs of
tlio district, What doo tho Attoc
ntytGonorol down Iu Honolulu know
pf tlm polli'p reqiilmuPNtfl on lis.
wait!" Thty had seen the mult
of the present system in Honolulu,
whero while policemen got 800 a
month and natives 83f. It was
proper to have thu pay apportioned
in the bill, oven to the dividing of a
Noble Kuuhaiio was personally ac
(mainled with tho officers in his dis
trict, but he did not know anything
about their duties. He might pick
out a man as one whose pay should
be raised, only to find on inquiry
that he was the worst man of the
lot. It was bettor to leave the pay
ing of the police to the officials
w hose special duty was to look after
them, lie had no recollection of
the police having petitioned the
llouse to allot their pay. If the
proper ulllcinis do not divute me
money properly, they could lie
brought to account for it next ses
sion. Rut if the details were pre
set ibed lo these officials, and the
method resulted in producing in
edlciency, the Attorney-General
would be in a position to say that
he wa3 not to blnmc, as the House
had taken the details out of his
hands. The experiment was tried
in 18G4 and resulted in failure, and
now it was proposed to resurrect
the corpse and infuse life into it.
Noble Widomann referred lo a
remark of the hon. member for
Kona, that blood was thicker than
water. The hon. member's blood
was thicker than water, and if he
was Deputy Sheriff ho would put
only his friends on the force. If
the House appropriated the pay of
individual police, the officers would
still grumble. They could not legis
late away human nature. He had
often spoken against appropriating
larsc amounts in a way that would
enab'le Ministers to make ducks and
drakes of the revenue. But this
was a matter in which a large amount
of disci etion must be given the
head of the department. He did
not vote for alloting the pay of each
soldier in passing the approptiation
for the lung's Guards. When the
school items were voted there was
not one member to suggest that the
pay of each teacher should be ap
portioned. A police force could
not be hired at random off the
streets, but good judgment must be
used in picking out the men. The
Attorney-General should be left to
build up the police force in the best
way he could, and if he did not do
it well he could be dealt with two
Rep. White considered the lesser
evil in question was that of dividing
up the pay individually. Old po
lice who were dissatisfied with their
pay had given notice to persons
against whom papers had been is
sued, out of resentment for the
treatment accorded them by their
superiors. Perhaps, if the Attorney-General
was going to issue in
structions, they had better give him
The item passed
Pay of police, Mau;, $50,000.
Pay of police, Oaliu, 8125,000.
Pay of police, Kauai, 823,500.
Noblo Muller agreed with the hon.
Noble from Harankua in descrying a
nigger in the f enno, and said ho had
been there for a long time.
Noble Iscnberg understood that
tho available water power was only
sufficient for street lighting, and tho
house lighting should be left lo
Noblo Widcmann said that all tho
money you could shake n stick at
would not enable the Government to
light both the streets and the houses
with electricity from the water
power. He had told the House tho
same thing two years ago, but some
people were wiser than he was.
Thoy might get power by construct
ing great reservoirs in the moun
tains, but one day a hole would ap
pear and spread till tho town would
be swept away. They were asked
to spend $14,000 and God knew
how much more to do what was Im
practicable. Noble Phillips said the appropria
tion of 814,200 was asked to put a
plant in the lighting station which
could not be used for the next two
or three years. Ho was more con
vinced than ever that he was right
in his pre-election speech, when he
characterized the electric light sys
tem as a gigantic fraud. It was a
pet scheme of the late Minister of
the Interior and he very much dis
liked to say anything about a person
outside of the House. The late
Minister was 30 eager to carry out
his private house lighting scheme
that he was rushing in the lights as
if the world was on fire. The result
was that one after another of the
street lights beyond Thomas Square
was dropped out, so that the Minis
ter could show the Legislature that
the two systems could be run to
gether. Why should the Govern
ment descend to the position of a
shop-keeper? England took over
the telegraphs some year9 ago, not
as a source of rovenue but for the
benefit of the people, nnd there had
been a deficit instead of a profit
from the experiment. When gov
ernment undertook services for the
public benefit it was not profit that
was sought, but enough to afford
the service at the least expense to
the people and provide a sinking
fund to meet the first cost.
Noble Horner, referring to a re
mark of the previous speaker, said
the House had been passing pet
schemes of the late Ministry all
through the bill.
Noble Phillips, amidst loud calls
of "ninau" and "quostion," further
expressed his views on the original
The item passed at 810,000.
Tho committee rose, Rep. Rick
ard reported, and the report was
The House ndjournod at 4 o'clock.
P. d b.
Paints k Colpitis
resident M Mnnngor
Wm. G.Irwin. .
waiter ai. uiirnui
Secretary & Treasurer
TUuo. O. Porter Auditor
agents or Tin:
Of Sou J'rniiolhon. Cnl.
iSTWin. Q. h vim & Co., (.L'd). have
assumed the assets and liabilities of the
latatlrin of Win, G. Itivlu fcCo . and
will continue the general business
fortneily canledon by that house.
iJceiiiiii. Stueuistiip Gomp'y.
IS hereby ccn to all persons that at
a meeting of the shareholders of
Vm. G. Irwin & Co , CL'd), held on
the 31st day of July, 18!)0, It was voted
to accept Uie Charter of Incorporation
dated July 24, 18M0, and gi anted to
them and tlielrussochtesuuil succosgni b
under the corporate iiaino and Btyle of
Wm. G. Irvin & Co.. Limited.
And that thn Corporation under said
Ch irter was duly oiganlzcd, and elected
the fol owinif immcil otlieurn, viz:
President t Maunder
William G. Irwin,
Vice-President .. Olaus Spreckcls,
Secretary & Treasurer
W. M G'ffurd,
Auditor T. C. Poiter.
Notice Is al-o given that, pursuant to
the terms of paid Charter, no stock
holder nhall be individually liable for
the debts of the Corporation, beyond
the amount which shall be due upon
the share or shines owned or held bv
himself. W. M. GIFFAHD, '
Soeii'tarv Wm. 4. Irwin fc Co , I,'d.
From San Francisco.
Leiivo Duo at
. . , S- ' Honolulu
Alninodii Sept SO.... Kept 27
Mariposa Oct IK Oct 25
Zualandia Nov 16 Nov 22
Alain ndn Dec 13 Dec 20
For San Franoisoo.
Leave Due nt.
Mariposa Sept 8. . . .Sept 20
Zcalandiu Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 29. . . . Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 20 . . . .Dec 13
Zcalandia Dec 21 Jan 10
Intormodtato S. S. Australia.
Friday . . Sept 20
Friday.. .Oct 21
Friday.. . Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 18
Lcnvo S. F.
Friday . . Sept 12
Friday. ..Oct 10
Friday. . .Nov 7
Friday. . .Deo 5
Auniin Ml Service
IS hereby given to all persons that at
a meeting of the shareholders of
Paauhau Plantation o., tL'd), held on
the 1st day of ngust, 139 i. it was voted
to accept the Charter ol Incorporation
dated Ju y 24, 18S0, und granted to them
and their associates und successor
under the coiporatlou name uud style ol
Paauhau Plantation Co., Limited.
And that the Coiporation under said
barter was duly organized und tlectt d
the following named officers", viz.:
President Win. G. Irwin,
Vice-President.... Claus Spreckels,
Secretary & Tieasurer
W. M. Giffard
FOK SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho now and flno Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Btcamshlp Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Sept. 20. 1890.
And will leave for tho above port witb
malls and passengers on or about thai
For froieht or niHKain-. hnvmtr kit.
n..nn - "" JL " ' T O w
WM. Q. IEWIN & CO
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new and flno Al steel atennmhip
Notice is also given that, pursuant to
the tenns of said Charter, no stock
holder shall be individually liable for
the debts of the Coiporation, beyond
the amount which shall be due upon the
share or shares owned or held by kiin
eelf. W. M. GIFFAKD,
Secretary l'anuhau Plantation Co.
Of the Oceanic 8teamship Company, will
bo due at Honolulu from San
FranciBco on or about
Sept. 27, 1 890.
And will have prompt dispatch wltli
lailc mil pn.-seiijjuiu Inr inninuve porta
.-in rLigtii or passage, having BU
KH K .VCO MMOUATION8, apph
? WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Agent
aAIMEIISITH & FIELD
Incidentals, and civil and criminal
expenses, 820,000. Passed.
Encouragement of coffco culture,
to be expended by the Minister of
the Interior among homesteaders
and kulcana holders who shall have
under coffee cultivation not less than
five acres, 810,000, as recommended
Rep. Paehaole moved that tho
item be deferred till the House has
noted, on the several bills upon the
Rep. Brown said the idea of the
committee was to encourage the
small holders. The money would
nearly all bo distributed in the dis
trict of Kona. He moved that tho
Rep. R. W. Wilcox spoke in favor
Passed as recommended.
Additions to Honolulu Electric
Light system, 810,000 recommend
ed by select committee instead of
844,200 as in the bill.
Minister Brown moved the item
pass as recommended. As po the
o tlier recommendations of tlio com
mittee, there was a bill before tho
House authorizing the Minister, of
tho luterior to dispose of the house
lighting plant to a private corpora
tion. Nbblo Mnrsden moved that the
item bo deferred till tho bill iu
question has been disposed of. If
the bill failed to pass the Minister
would have tho plant on his hands.
Noble Widomann did not think
much of tho hon. Noble's motion.
Tho question was whether they
.should go on spending uncounted
thousands 'on tho private lighting
system or stop it thcro. If they
could not sell the plant, then givo it
away or smash it to pieces.
Noble J. M. Horner was not
usually quick at seeing a nigger in
tho fence, but ho was afraid there
was one there. Tho house lighting
system was designed to return a re
venuo to tho Government, whereas
tho sticct lighting was all expense.
Now it was proposed to hand over
tlio revcuue'produdug branch to a
private company, It would look
better to roverso the proposition,
letting tho Government keep tho
houso system, and giving tho privato
company thu unprolllublo street,
lighting Boryico, Thcro was a6tako
Not beyond which tlio houso system
promised to yield it profit, and it
would not bo advlsobjo to throw It
away after so much had boon ex
pended on It, Ho would profur to
morp tlmt tint iiom pnBH ni 811,200
h In (lm b,
PATENT IDEAL ROOFING,
Ana SHEATHING PAPERS.
PAltAFFINE PAINT CO.,
Wm. 6. IRWIN & COMPANY,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
No. 2 P. & B. Paint Is especially adapt
ed forbildge work (wood or hon) and
smokestacks, and has been used for
thcBe purposes at Paauhau for the past
four years, giving great satisfaction.
No. 3 P. & B. Paint, for fence posts or
for any wood or tlmbpr uBed under
ground or submerged, being a protec
tion against all murine puiasltea or
water, also for foundation timbers.
Ideal Roof Paint. Colors: Red. Crown
aud Black Is the b"Bt in the market
for iron, tin or shingle roofs.
P. & B. Flnclrical Compound. This ar
ticle for affording perfect insulation is
without an equal and liar, obtained re
cognition by thn largest olectilc light
companies and manufacturer of Insu
Ideal Rootling & Siding. Colore : Brown
or Black. Adapte.il for steep or lint
roofs. Can bo laid by anyouo without
The undersigned having been appointed
sole agents for thu Hawaiian
For the Celebrated
From the works of
Bnriiliam, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give estimates and
receive ordeis for these engines, of any
size and style.
The Balowin Locomotive Woiiks nre
now manufacturing a style of Locomo
tive particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
'tfiy All the ahovo articles are abso
lutely tnstolens ami odurluss and con
tain no coal tar.
( For circulars or other informa
tion apply to tho Ageuts. 1114 tf
E. B. THOMAS,
A number of which, have recently been
received at these Islands, and we will
have pleimire u furnishing plantation
agents and managers with particulars
' rPI... i.nnn.ln.lln nf H.nn.. T mm .-. I ..
over all of her mnkos la not only known
hero but ia acknowledged throughout
tlio United States.
Estimates Given on Brick, Iron, Stone &
Wooden Buildings. Jobbing
Ki:r.ffl l'OU balk
Brick, Limo, Cemont, Plaster of Paris,
Marblo Dust, Wire Lath,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
Quarry Tllea 0x0 red, white and hluoj
Mluton, Plastic and Kucanstlo Tiles In
vhiIuub pat (eriifl, nil kinds of Diulnugo
1ST Oitiok Southeast corner Ala
ken ntul Queen mieeta,
Mutual- naTELEPM0NE8stSr0elt 301
. inh Wio-iv
Wm. O. IK WIN & Co.,
Bole Agents for Hawaiian Islnnds.
402 d.124 w.ly
A Cure for Influenza 1
DR. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL one of tho boat remedies
ever prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, nnd n great relief to
whooping cough nnd throat affection.
Ask for Or Lozmr's Hawaliui Cherry Cor
dial sold at
IIOLLISTER & CO'S.,
And BENoON, BMITII & CO'S.
IS?" Our New Artotype Illustrated
Catalogue sent free on'appllcBtiou.
118 8UTTEH ST.,
Han 1'ranclsco. : California.
No. 30 Nnu.iau Bt. P. 0. Box 207.
Boot and Shoe Store.
ITnving had 10 years experience in
the business, I am prepan d to manu
facture to order fashionable hand
sewed Ladles' & Gentlemen's .Boota &
Shoes. Also, French & American Boots
& Shoes received by eveiy steamer.
Prices reasonable. I solicit your' pat
ronage. 094. Urn
A NATURAL Mineral Water.
xx sale only by
Solo Agent & Importer for tho Ila
ivallan Islands. 623 tf
CIIEW Mntley'n & Co.'s Ivanhoo
Natural Leaf Tobacco, positively
tho finest chewing tobacco made, For
sale by IIOLLISTER & CO.
I Ibid your "Cherry Cordlnl" tho best
medicine wo havo ever used for coughs,
colds und lung troublo All of our Na
tives, Portuguese, Chinese and JnpuneMi
will use ho other I use nothing else In
my own family. Yours truly,
' O. A. CIIAPIN,
Manager Kolmla Sugar Co.
We hayo sold a largo quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our plnutittlon
stoic, both at Kcidla aud Kainia, ami
cuu cheerfully i ecouiuuiiid It forbion
Very lamcclfully ynitrs,
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1105 tf Trcn.iiri'r 'nV"i 8n",i",o
Oil ... ,!.....
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' toeui man ui-
to foroiKii oounulea, tt pur
IJUIUnVOOI) for tiilo at JJawailm.
; Commercial rkdtifraonii. cornur of
(Jneon tuid Ninmiui flticom, 4(18 1(
No. 60 Nutianu 8t
Aud dealers in all kinds of
CnaslmereH mid JfurnlHlilnn UoodH
Also, a full stook of Dry and Fnuey
Goods. Qoiul lit guaranteed. 017 3m
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Han removed from Fort '.reot lo fto
hello Lane, Pair na.
Okkiou IIouiisi 0 a. m, to 19 m, aid
I', u. to 0 i M.
Mutual C0B-jTELCPHQNE8l-Eell 476
Powejlty Iiuggugo ExproHH,
3i'y or "Wnupii.
Furniture, tnoylpir a Jiigclnllty, Hug.
gnje tlellvcicd with iiromntnosB and
enru to npy part of city. 'Htaud. corner
of Klnir anil llethul Adopts, Boll Teh),
phono -17U, Mutual Tolepliono S7,
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