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DAILY jtJUJLLilflTlH i HONOLULU; 1J, 1., SEPTEMBER 36, 1800.
A KtftimiliM .
NO. 77 FOKT STRKKT
First Annual Gash Clearance Sale I
Commencing Monday, Aug. 18th, for Two Weeks only.
Great Reduction in all Departments to make room for Goods to arrive
Black Cashmeres and Merinos,
yatd and upwind.
Colored. Wool Dicss Goods 10i' ymtl
Calicos, 22 yards for .f-1.
(liiighniu, 10 anil 12 ynids fin !
Sateens, 7 yards for $1.
Table Linen, XapkiiiH, TowcIh, KIieetiiiKs, Ktc, K-.,
Ladies' A Children's Hosiery Hand
Embroideries Gloves", Mitt, Kib
Special bargains in lilnck Lace
B. F. EHLERS &
JMfc FORT $3X112121?.
HAVE .HIST KKCKtVKl) A VBKY l.AUOK ASBOKTMKNT OK
Dressed & Undressed Kid Gloves
IN ALL LENGTHS.
CURTAINS IN 1KB. SGffll, IABRAS &
In Great Variety. New Goods in
Our Dressmaking Department under
OLA KK will be re-opened about May 12th.
the management of MISS
We Desire to Gall Your Mention To
For Lubi icating the Valves and Cylinders of Steam Engines.
VALVOLINE ia an earth oil specially prepared under the highest steam
heat and from which all volatile and earthy matter has been expelled by a
process which leaves a pine and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. This
wat) the first Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and liab been in con
stant use over eighteen years.
gjBTWu also mauufactuic Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
classes of machinciv.
Leonard &c Ellis,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. goi 3m
DlnioiKl Bloclr," Nos. S Sz, &V HinR Street-
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, OOPrEB AND
993 Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE, '.
Shipping & Commission Merchants
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' aud General Hardware, Agricultural Implements
Carpenters', Blacksmiths', MaohiniBtu' & Plumbers' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils, VamiHlies, Lamp Goods and
s Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Eemiogton Sowing Mines,
Dr, Jtiyne & Sons Family Medicines,
The House resumed at 1 :!l."i.
The l'les'ulonl announued the
question to he on the motion to
adopt the Finance Committee's Ko
port, and Hie tuneiulnie.nt to lay it
on the table.
Noble Hnldw in believed Unit the
matter should not hao eouie up till
lo-niorrnw. However, lie had a few
words to say. The committee ought
to have examined the hooks of the
Superintendent of Public Works.
With letraul to the pipe ennlrnet,
the committee -mould have got the
Noble Mullur snid he had the ex
planation in his hand.
Noble Maefarlane said N'oble
Muller would speak on the pipe con
tract, and Noble McCarthy on the
Noble lSnldwin was willing to hear
all that was to be said, but he
noticed a disposition to move the
Noble Maefarlane said that on
their part they would do all they
could against any such action, lie
was in iavor of going into commit
tee of the whole so as to have lull
Noble Baldwin icsigned the lhor
in favor of the promised statements.
Noble Muller leferrcd to the rea
son given for accepting other than
the lowest tender foe water pipe,
saying that it was false and applied
equally against the pipes procured.
Noble llurchai dt w as not sin prised
at the strong language used by the
committee. The Superintendent of
Public Works complained that the
committee d.d not examine his
books: those books ditleiod from
the accounts in the Interior Depart
ment, which agreed with the vouch
ers, and if the Superintendent's books
were right, the Interior books and
the vouchers must be wrong. If the
Superintendent of Public Works
came forward and said his vouchers
were wrong, he was welcome to that
explanation. The appropriation for
building the Koliala court-house was
exceeded by paying for internal fit
tings out of the appropriation for
fin niturc, although they had made
up their appropriation bill in a way
that showed such a method was not
intended. He would be glad to
have the road boards continued, but
thought it would be a very ditlicult
thing to do, in face of the way in
which the accounts were kept.
Noble McCarthy, as a member of
the committee, wanted to see the re
Itcp. Nawahi raised the point or
order that the members of commit
tee were rehashing what was in their
Noble McCarthy, proceeding, re
ferred to the waste of money on the
electric light water wheel, which
was caused by the bureau of public
works having failed to lay a founda
tion for the Leffel wheel adequate to
the strain. The matter of removing
the hospital buildings, where the
Government rejected a bid of 3900
from the Entei prise Mill, and did
the work itself at a cost of $8000,
was next treated. The speaker then
instanced the case of a firm being
allowed to raise its contract price,
after its tender was accented, be
cause it had overlooked one of the
specifications. This he characterized
as wrong unless new tenders were
Noble Haldwin had not had time
to fully consider the report. From
his experience with piping on plant
ations, he could testify to tue greater
value of steel over iron pipes. It
was so much superior as to be pro
fitable at the higher price. The ex
planation he had heard about the
purchase of a fire lot was that part
of the expenditure belonged to a
previous period. There was only
S2000 spent according to the report
of the Minister of Finance.
Noble Macfailanc denied the cor
rectness of the explanation. Mr.
S. C. Allen gave the lot on Bercta-
n'mstrcet.valucd at $15300, and $3000
in cash to the Government for the
Pierce lot on Queen street. What
the committee claimed was thai the
Government should have turned in
$(!300 as "Government realiza
tions." Noble IJaldwin wan not authorized
to present any explanation or de
fense, but it was only fair that cur
rent explanations should be present
ed. The Superintendent of Public
Works might have erred in judgment
in removing the hospital buildings,
but it was said that while the tenders
were asked for nine buildings the
Government removed more than
twice the number of buildings. Mr.
Thurston was not allowed access to
the books but he understood that he
(Mr. T.) was preparing an answer.
If the committee was consistent
thoy would not refuse to vote for the
matter being deferred till next Mon
day. Titers were majority and
minority reports on tlio question of
road boards, and of itself this was
too important to bo hastily des
patched. Nobjc Macfurlane was replying to
Hep. Drown called him to order.
IIo had spoken twice.
Noble Maofarlano said ho would
speak on a qucstiou of privilege,
Ilcp. Drown again called lilin to
order. There was nothing personal
to be settled tinder privilege.
Hep. Paohaolo objected to tlio
time consumed by members of tlio
committee. Other members of the
House had some rights, lie moved
the House go into committee of thu
whole on the subject.
coMMirTin; ok tiii: wihu.i:.
The 1 louse icsolvcd itself into
committee of the whole, Noble
Mnr'den in the chair, for consideia
tion of the Report ol tins Committee
Noble Maefarlane iiiised a ques
tion of privilege, to leply to Noble
llaldwin's statement that Mr. Thurs
ton had been refused access to the
books. The finance committee
agiecd witli the Minister of the In
terior that Mr. Thurston should have
access to the books, only asking
that :i member of the finance com
mittee should accompany him in his
researches. Mr. Thuislon had two
days in which to prosecute his in
vestigations, but instead of doing o
he went yachting.
The sections of the report on the
Judiciary Department, the lluroati
of Public Instruction, and the For
eign Ollice were, on motion in each
Wep. llrown, on the section re
garding the Interior Department,
gave his reasons lor having said
that the report was largely the opin
ions ol members of the committee.
He thought the committee had mis
understood the lire lot transaction.
The Minister had explained it in his
report. In the matter of court
houses he considered that the Gov
ernment acted within the law. lie
had been instrumental in getting the
appropriation for the Ivoolauloa
court- house, and knew that there
was enough over the contract price
to nav lor the furnishings. With
regard to Kohala and other places,
he believed that members moving
for the items did so without having
procured estimates, so that the am
ounts were only sulllcient to pay for
the buildings without the lurniturc.
The committee seemed to show spite
agaiiibt the lute Miinslerof the Inte
rior, by the smallncss of many of
the matters brought against him.
Respecting the $13,000 borrowed
for the Volcano road, he considcied
that the Minister did wrong, as the
transaction was in the nature of a
pledging of the country's credit
without authority of law. lie had
opposed the road board bill last ses
sion, believing it would be a failure,
but if all the boards did as well as
some on Uahu the system would
have proved far otherwise. The
committee were too severe ou the
Postmaster -General for selling
stamps. The stamps were useless,
out of date, stuck together, and,
niembcred that these laborers: had
to be housed and fed.
Noble Widemanu denounced the
mismanagement connected with the
tenders for the maiket. What could
they think of a Minister who adver
tised for gray lints, and, when the
bids were all in, to accept the ten
der of Messrs. Davies & Co. for a
The committee rose, Noble Mars
den presented its report, which was
accepted, and the lloue adjourned
at 3:1 o.
Ill Mil HO.
Wm. G. Irwin. . President As Manager
Clans SpreoU'ls Vice-President
"Walter M.G if find
Secretary A- Ti enui or
Thee O. I'm ler Auditor
P. AN" I.
Pills I Compounds
PATENT IDEAL ROOMS,
And SHEATHING PAPERS.
Ocoiic Siiiiistii! nomp'y.
From San Franoisoo.
Aiiv.Nis or tiii:
Italic olMiiisliiii Coip'y,
l Kim Ki'UIK'Ihi'ii. 1'h
SyWni. G. Irwin & Co.. (Id).hiive
as-mined the ii-wcls and liabilities of the
lute tli-in of Win. G. Irwin it Co., and
will continue the geiiuial business
fiirnieilv eairletlon by that hoii-se.
PAKAKFINJi! IYIT CO.,
Will. G. IRW1H & COMPANY,
Ajients for the Hawaiian Is-lamK
moreover, were cancelled before scl-
No 2 P. & G. Paint is especially adapt
ed for bridge wink (woiul or boil) mill
smokestacks mid has boon used for
thee purposes at Puauliau for llie pa.t
four ) cars, giving gioat satisfaction.
No. 3 P. & B. Paint for fence posts or
for any wood or timber used nailer
mound" or -Mitjinergeil, being a protec
tion against all iniu-inu parasites or
water, also for Inundation tliubeis.
Idcnl Roof Paint. Colors: Iteil, Brown
ami Black Is the bust in the uiaiKut
for hon, tin or shingle roofs.
P. & B. Floctrical Compound. This ar
ticle for afforillnir perfect insulation is
without an equal and has obtained re
cognition by llie lmgest electric light
companies ami iiiaiiufaetiuur of Insu
lated v. ire.
Ideal Roofiing & Sidinij. Colors: lb own
or ltlaek. Adapted for sleep or Hat
roofs. Can tie laid by anyone without
I S here'
L a mi
'bv L'tvcn to all nersons that at
uieellnjr of the shareholders of
Win. 11. Irnln As Co. fl.d), held on
the :'.lsl day of .Inly, 18!)0, tt was voted
to accept tile ('liartcr of lueoipoi-atioii
dated .Inly SI, IS'.H), and gi anted to
them mid their a-"-oci-itos and snecesois
under the corpoi ale name and stylo of
Wm. G. Irvin & Co., Limited.
And' that the Corporation under said
Ch.uter was dul, oigiinized.and elected
the follow bit; mimed ollleers, vi.:
Piesident & Manager
William G. Irwin,
Vice-President .. Clans Spieokels,
Secictarv A, Tieasutei-
W. M Gilfiud,
Auditor T. C. Poller.
EST" All the. above articles
lately tasteless and oderk's
tain "no coal tar.
VST For circulars or other
tion apply to the Agents.
Notice is alo given llint. pursuant to
the, terms of said Charter, no stock
holder shall he individually liable for
the debts of the Coiporation, beyond
the amount which hall be due upon
the share or sliaies owncl or held bv
himself. W. 51. G1FFARI),
Seeretarv Wm. G. Irwin A; Co , I.'d.
Leave Duo at
S. F. Honolulu
Ahimcdti Sept 20 Sept 27
Mariposa Oct IK Oct 25
Zealandia Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Dee 13 Deo 20
For S:in rranoisoo.
Leave Duo at
jMnriposa Sept 3 S0pt 20
Zealniidia Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 2i Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 2(i Dec 13
Zcalandia Dec 21.... Jan It)
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F. Leave Honolulu.
Friday . . Sept 12 Friday . . Sept 2(!
Fiidny. ..Oct 10 Friday.. .Oct 21
Friday. . .Nov 7 Friday.. . Nov 21
Friday. ..Deo 5 Friday. . .Dec. IS
Australia!! Mi Wi
VttZi, AK FSCAKt'J .
The uew and Hue Al steel slunm-tup
Of this UeeHninHienmsiilp Company, v.-ill
he duo at Honolulu from tilim
and Auckland on or about
Sept. 20, I 8S0.
leave lor tlio above port with
passengers on or about tlmi
He could vote for the adop
of the finding about the Vol-
cano toad, but not fcr the rest of
the report on the Interior Depart
ment. Noble Widemann said the Minis
ter was granted $2000 to buy thu
fire lot, and he paid $2G47 for it.
Did he pledge tlio Government cre
dit for that $0-17? If so, he came
under the censure of Judge Dole's
decision on the Bowler claim. And
if lie exchanged a piece of public,
propei ty for another lot, turning
$3000 into the treasury as "realiza
tion," without authority of law, it
was a shady transaction.
Noble McCarthy replied to Hie
charge of spilcfuluess. As to the
postage stamps, the 200.000 ordered
iroin the American Bank Note Co.,
to be sold for $2000. were not old or
moth-eaten. They only went into
the Post Olllcc to count the cash,
but on counting that of the savings
bank they were suddenly stopped
with a "Hold on!" and SGOfj in
gold was added. Nobody said where
it came from, but afterward the
Postmaster-General took them up
stairs and gave an explanation.
Everything that had been statod
by the committee could have
been tested before this time by any
member of the House who doubted
Nop. Nawahi wanted the discus
sion and decisions to proceed sub
ject by subject. The first to be set
tled should be the fire lot.
Noble J. M. Horner would leave
the law point alone, and take up the
business phase of the land-building
on the market site. The appropri
ation for dredging the harbor was
all exhausted, but material had to
be got for filling up the market site.
The Minister found that it would bo
as cheap to dig the material out of
the harbor, thus killing two birds
with one stone. The Auditor-General,
however, would not audit the
bill, because the Minister should
have dug rock out of the base of
Punchbowl, instead of the cheaper
plan adopted of improving the li ar
bor while getting material for the
other wotk ! Noble Maefarlane show
ed he was not a practical road
builder by his remark about $(!00 or
S700 spent on the Punchbowl road
just after the contractor had turned
it over, From the speaker's own
experience on the road board he
showed how it wus impossible to
render vouchors in strict fashion.
The system, he was glad to know,
had been improved.
Noble Muller said that the abuses
of author- in connection with the
road boards deseribetl in the report
were not tho only instances, If they
bad utilized all such coming before
them the sizo of the report would
havu been greatly increased, Thero
was the charging of 1 a, duy for
Chinese labor fiom the plantations,
Noble Homer explained that 81
was tho regular day's pay of natives
on his plantation.
Nobjo Muller said there was $90
for 00 dayn' woik of Japuneso from
Noble Horner said it must bo re
HENRY M. STANLEY
IN DARKEST AFRICA
Tlio complete Rtory of Stanley's recent thrilling
a(Uenturt'ij fun I tho d!BClo-(ire of Ma Important
aiscotfrie willum!'1 ir for tho flit tliuo in the
wo'k written by himself, oitltlul "In l.irlest
Africa " 3)i nut ho tUcviwi by imy nf tho bo
cihi l Stanley baoKt." n w bun,; otturcil aa "'"-ulnu"n-ritl
"mihuiUc ' To no one of thmj xs
Stanley con ti United a line.
Th?rel u no qupUion about thfa statement being
correct hi iwiy inrUaiUr WuRiuranttQ It, and
v ill frWoiiavticulamon apiilicitiun.
OASITifiM In u.tUr not to be msUnl. nee
UnUllUH that the hoo't bcum the hn.
V hit of
CHARLES SCRIBNEFTS SONS
And th.it the canawlnj iut nt mrrifA u eertllimtu
of Jt.ncj li"") "d
L L BANCROFT I CO.
132 POST STREET,
Ci-ncral Agents for tha Pacific Coast.
TS heieby giM'ii to all pin sous thai t
JL a meeting of tho Miai ('holders of
Piiauhuii I'laiilatiuu Co., (1d), held on
the 1st day of Augul, la:l). It win voted
to accept the Chaitei- ot Incorporation
dated July M, 1MH1, and granted to them
and their associates and suecesrs
under the corporation name and style of
Paauhau Plantation Co., Limited.
And that the Corporation under said
Charter was duly organized and elected
the follow ing named ollieers, vi.. :
Pi evident "Win. (5. Irwin,
Viee-l'i esldent. . . . Clans Sprcckula,
Secretary & Ti easurer
" W. M.Gifl'ard
For freight or niwuKi-, having HU.
PEHIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, applr
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Afcnt.
For Sydney and Aucklano.
llie tii-v ami fine Al steel jMe&iPHtnn
Of the Oceanic Btcnnulnp Company, wt LI
lie due at Honolulu from Sim
Francisco on or about
Sept. 27, 1830.
Anil will have piompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for the above ports.
For treight or passage, having SU
PERI OR ACCOMMODATIONS, applj
Xotiee is aln given that, pursuant to
the, terms of said Chartet, no stock
holder "ball be individually liable for
the debts of the Corporation, beyond
the amount which shall bo due upon tho
s-liarc or Miaics owned or held bv him
Milf. W. M.GIITAKD,
Secretary Tamilian I'laiilatiuu Co.
unt lor Hawaiian Kingdom.
E. B. THOMAS,
Contractor &$$$& & Builder.
Estimates Given on Brick, Iron. Stone U
Wooden Buildings. Jobbing
KKIU'S FOH SAI.t:
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Marble Dust, AVheLalh,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
Quarry Tiles OxG red, white ami blno;
Minton, Plastic and Kueauhlio Tiles In
various patterns, all kinds of Dialnago
jQr Opfick Southeast comer Ala
kea and Queen streets.
Mutual -taTELEPHONESe6y-Boll 351
The umteisigni.il having been appointed
aole ag'ontH for the IJawaii.ui
For the Celebrated
From the woika of
Burnliam, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Ale now prepared to give estimates find
iccoive orders for thcho cnv'lues.Vif ftiiy
si?o anil style.
37 VM. G
HAIMEBBIITH & FIELD
2 fvk 'a
" 63 - si
I mo m
Numerous Maps aud Sketches.
The Baldwin I.ocomotivk Wohkh are
now munulactuiirig u style of Locnmn.
live paiticularly udnpteil
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which huvo recently been
received at tlieto Islund.i, and we will
have p!eauio in furnishing phiutiUion
agents and managers with particulars
The superiority of these Locomotives
over all of her makes is not only known
here but is acknowledged throughout
the United Status.
Wm. a. JKWIiY & Co.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
A Cure for Influenza !
J Our New Artofype Illustrated
Catalogue sent fieo on application.
UK SIITTr.lt HT
Sun l'ranclHco, : s CalU'm-nim
No. 36 Nnuanu St. P. 0. Box 207,
Boot and Shoe Store.
Ifavint; had 10 yeaiR expeiicnco in
the business, I am prepared to manu
facture to Older fasldonublu haim
sewed Ladies' & Gentlemen's Boots As
Shoes. Also, Fiench it American Hoots
& Shoes recehed by every stonmer.
I'llces reasonable. I solicit your pal
i onage. r.01 :im
NATURAI, Mineral Water. Foi
bale only by
W. S. LUCK,
Solo Agent & Importer for tho Ha
waiian Islands. fiL'.'t ti
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
(120 llw -III Meivhunt sl Uunoliilii,
NOTION or insnrovATi.
rnJIKSan FiancUco Kuili Dcpul hub
X u'limvi'd fiom -nrt. Htreot In Js'o.
B7 Klnif ktu'ut iii-iir Fnii.
m i in i'ciiithii(ir,
DR. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of thu best remedies
over prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
uml chest trouble, and a great lellef to
whooping cough mid tin oat affection.
Ask for Dr. Lozior's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at
HOLLISTER & GO'S.,
And IIKNSON, SMITH A; GO'S.
I ibid your "Cherry Cordial" tho best
iniidlelnu wo have ever used for coughs,
colds and lung trouble. All of one Na
llcs, Portuguese, Chinese iiiiiMiipauia
will iwe no other. I use nothing olsu in
my own family. Yours truly.
Manager Kohala Sugar Co,
Wo have M!d a lurgo ijiianlllv of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
stole, both at Konlla and Kainin, and
I'liuehi'ttrfiilly lecoiiiimuid it fui-binu
m If Tii'iibiuui' MiiMmi Hugnr Co,
CIIKW Motley's & Co.'s lvanhoo
Natural Leaf Tobacco, positively
the finest chewing tobacco mndo. For
Mile by JIOLLISTKH & CO.
COO KW Sl CO.,
No. fin Nnuanu St., Honolulu,
And dealers In all kinds or
CaHHlnitti-CH and Fui-uIhUIhc ijuoiIh
Also, a full stock of Dry uud Fancy
Ooodb. jniood lltgiiiiiantecd. fi7:iiu
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort r.trect to Jo
Lollo Lane, Pnltjin,
OKl'ICK UOUJIB! 0 A. M, t(l la M. ttl'll
l, M, tO 0 1, U,
Mutual G08-tTElEPl0NES6rEelt 475
1owo1I'h 1Jii??ub: ExprnHH,
Iray or "NVjiixoii.
Funiitiirn innvlng a dpuolullly, Ihig
g.ign dull vci imI with piomptucHd and
ciiiii to any putt of city, Htiuid, conier
of King uml Jtethul MivcU, Hell 'Vlc
phono I7H, .Mutuiil Tulcplinim (,J,
j hup 7-t'O
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