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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 1800.
0A.HU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tntiu Effect Aucnst SO, ISilO.
.M. A.M. I'.M. I'.M.
Lcavo Honolulu 8:45 1 :I5 0:3()J
Arrive Honouliuli llilli 2:l!i (l:.1i;
l.navo Honouliuli. .1:-0 lu.M :(:r.l ....
Arrive Honolulu.. (1:1 1 ll!i"i 4 :T." ....
Saturdays ami Mondays only.
t Satin days only.
Sclir Lavlnin fiom ICuuai
Stuir O K Hishop fiom oiicult of Oalm
Stuir Luhuu fiom Hilo and llamnkua
.Stmt- Mikahtila for ICiuiiil at . p in
Sclir Luka for Kolmla
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sehr Lavlnin 1000 bags paddy.
For Maul pur stmr Llkellkc, Sept 10
W P A lltewer, J Cushlugluini, Miss
J Seholtz, Mrs .1 Morse, Mis Rev Bing
liain, Mis M Long, MrsPMRooney
and a childieu, Mrs G Turner, Mrs F
Turuer ami a childien, Mrs J T Aluli,
child and servant, A Mucking, Thus
Notr, J F Noble uiul wife.
For Kauai per minr Waialoale, Sept
10-K Cation, M Jtuvclla, A F Hopke
The -1-mastcd sehoouer Olga finished
unloading her cargo of general mei
chandise; she commenced to take iu
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
airsnc Lodge No. 2, K. of P., will
hold a meeting this evening.
There was one arrest to-day, the
charge being malieions mischief.
A desika.iii.vj house on Young
street, with .table accommodation, is
A ruRSE containing two keys has
been found and awaits an owner at
Messrs. Schaefer fc
the importation of
beers and liquors.
Mil. Jas. F. Morgan will sell valu
able stocks and bonds at auction on
next Monday, at 12 o'clock.
There will be a meeting of the AV.
C. T. U. held at Y. M. C. A. Hall, at
2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
Tun Fire Police will hold a special
meeting this evening at 7 :30 o'clock
at the hall of Engine Co. No. 2.
Mu. C. Afong and family have re
turned from their seaside residence
tit Waikiki, to their Nuuiinu street
Mr. Lam Kau will open a new
restaurant on Hotel street, opposite
Horn's Bakery, on Saturday the 20th
Keports going round about a man
arrested with a Chinese suit under
European garments on investigation
rcbolcved into moonshine.
Nuiikmiaii was sentenced to HO
lays hard labor and to pay costs, in
the Police Court this morning, for
stealing live razors worth $1 apieco
from a Chinaman, ire pleaded drunk
enness in extenuation.
The Honolulu Diocesan Magnzino
for December has been received. It
is the organ of the Bishop of Hono
lulu. This number contains, besides
much church news and admonition,
some spicy articles on local matters
of ecclebiahtical dispute.
IIkp. Lucas was unintentionally
misieported in regaid to tho Town
send payment yesterday. Instead of
concurring in tho committee's criti
cism, he from personal knowledgo of
the factB dissented therefrom. Ho
said that tho extra pay to Townsend
wan just, being for night work.
A pistol shot was heard near Ka
waiahao yesterday evening, bringing
special police to tho spot. The shoot
er was a Portuguese and his excuso for
the shot was that ho had beon a man
go up to Mr. Castle's door. There is
a good deal of talk about tho reckless
use of firearms by Poitugiie.so deni
zens. EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, nt 7:30.
Services at Central Union Church,
Oahu Lodgo No, 1, K. of P., nt
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., :d
It is said, tlmt It is about tiuio thut
tlio adjectlve-grlnder on tho morn
ing piipor tried his hnml fit Hawing
wood or otliur olllco chorus for liv
ing, Ills ultciiiptat wit this morn
ing provcB tlmt his cnitiultiui la soft
ening from u plethora of effort, 1
suggest tlmt tho olllco iioinpn wuil
hi head In mi orguu pipo with u
smtill illotloimrVi "l tuku turns
diuly (or n few wiiel; tit tho GrunU,
A (tor this hn might try IiIh limul nt
pool ry , J nil
Wldnesoay, Sept. 17.
The House met nl 10 o'clock.
Noble Burclmidt moved Hint the
further sittu of SoOOO is hi?rtl.y ap
propriated out of any moneys iu tlie
Treasury for the purpose ot defray
ing the espenses of the Legislature
of 1890. Carried.
Minister Brown moved, surces
sively, that thn resolution bf ifiul a
second limn, that it he engnwod,
and tlmt it lie read a thud time to
morrow. All carried.
Hep. W'aipuilani read a tiral Mini!
his hill to amend tho election law.
Under suspension of the rules, it
was rend a second time by title
and, on motion of Hep. llooknno,
n-forred to a select coniuiittci1 on
elrctioii law bilW.
Rep. Riekard announced I lint he
joined with t lie uiajoiitj of the com
mittee on opium bills in their report
made in his absence.
f?ep. White announced his inten
tion to present a minority report.
Hop. Nuwahi moved to reconsider
the vote passing tho resolution for
SiiOOO for legislative expense1!. It
was not in order, as it should he a
joint resolution and have an enact
Icp. Brown thought it should
have been a bill. Since the two
Houses began sitting in one body,
there was no such thing as n joint
Eep. Kanealii gave his opinion
that it should have been a bill.
The motion carried.
I?ep. Paehnole moved that the
resolution bo referred to :i select
Noble Marsdeu moved that il be
referred to the committee on ac
Rep. AYhito read a liist time his
bill for licensing the sale of light
wines and malt liquors for the Isl
ands of Hawaii and Maui. Read a
second time by title and referred to
select committee on liquor bills.
Rep. Baker read a first time by
title his bill to grant the possession
and leasehold to II. M. Queen Ka
piolani of certain lands. Read a
second time by title and referred to
the public lands committee.
OKDER Or THE DAY.
The House resolved itself into
committee of the whole, Rep. Pae-
haole in tho chair, for consideration
of the Appropriation Bill.
Volcano road, 855,000 ; Road from
Kukulii through Puna, $30,000.
Considered with report of select
committee, recommending S70,39C
77 for the Volcano road, and 85000
for the survey of the Puna road.
Noble J. M. Homer moved that
the item pass as recommended.
Rep. Wilcox said the amount re
commended included the 813,000
illegally borrowed by the late Min
ister of the Interior. The House
yesterday censured that transaction,
and to vote for refunding the money
to-day would be going back on the
record. The road was only for the
convenience of tourists and visitors,
and the question should be whether
the indirect returns from it would
cover interest on the money, lie
moved that the items for work done
and for work estimated be consider
Rep. Eickard had not been much
in favor of starting the road. He
could not say that the road had cost
more than it should. Since so much
money had been expended, it was
for the interest of the country that
the road be completed. The lands
through which it runs were valueless
before the road opened them, and
much more was to be expected from
the increase in the value of the lands
than from the returns of tourist
travel. On going over the road in
May last he found that one of tho
landholders had cut down some of
the best shade trees along the road
side. This should not bo allowed.
Considerine: the large expenditure
on this road, a certain space should
be reserved on either side for the
public benefit. The ride from Hilo
to the Volcano should be made as
pleasant as possible, but the land
holders were rapidly destroying tho
beautiful forcBts. If this process
was to go on, the ride would bo as
disagreeable as that along the beach
from Kawaihae. He would favor
voting 855,000 as in the bill, inclu
sive of tho 813,000 indebtedness,
but moved that the item be referred
to a select committee, with instruc
tions to recommend measures for
preventing the destruction of tho
natural beauties bordering the road.
Rep. Kanealii wanted to linvo the
component items considered separ
ately. While the late Government
did wrong in borrowing Mils money
without authority, the linns lending
It had acted in good faith and
should be paid. Ho was in favor of
appropriating tho 812,000, loft after
deducting tho borrowed 813,000
from the original item of $55,000,
for extending tho road. There
would only bo eighteen months to
provide for, after tho Appropriation
Hill hocaiuo law.
Noblu Maofnrlmio, us a mmnnor
of tho Iluanoo cominlttoo, thoughtho
should say n fuw words, llo thought
tho calculations of tho select commit
too woro soinowhnt out, Tho road so
far had liuon eoiiatrtiotiul In u mo-it
DYlniviigtiiit iimiinur, I'otor i.oo told
tho lliiuiiuo oommlttoo that, wlimi ho
nfforml to build llin road lor $H0
000, ho did not oontompltttu doing t
on Mio cosily swiln followed by tho
Onvonimunt, Tlio upwikcir Mil mil
TTHsrnr t mrm
H . ; AT K
n'giee with Rep. Kanealii that the
wnrlt need not be completed within
the pciiod. As uncompleted it
would not serve the purpose.) for
which it was designed, ho thought
that the Work should be pushed to
uoiopliitinn ns nipidly as possible.
The present Minister of the Intciior
did not purpose continuing the work
on the costly lines, put sued by his
predecessor, and therefore he was
willing to vote for the fiG,781.C8
estimated to complete the road.
With regard to the motion of the
lion, member from HamaSuia, there
was no question that the pictures
quoness of the route was one of its
chief advantages. Hy nil means let
the item go lo a select committee if
that was the best way to arrive at
measure1! tor preventing the destruc
tion of forests along tho route. The
speaker refened to the $1",000 debt
and the prison labor, and aid that
the road could not have been so
magnificently built, as was claimed
in defense of the gieat expenditure,
when persons ere in danger ot los
ing their lives on it by drowning.
The man lately reported to have met
with a iniiadvcnture there had vol
unteered tho statement to him that
he was plunged into water fourteen
Rep. Hrown explained the terms
of the appropriation of 1888. There
was no use in referring the items to
another committee. If he owned
propeity along tlie toad they could
not stop him cutting down the for
est, as there was no forestry law in
this kingdom. After leaving the
present end of the road, anyway,
there was no forest until you got
within a fow miles of the Volcano.
Those who advanced the $13,000
were not entitled to interest, accord
ing to the agreement. That tran
saction had been condemned and
tlie late Ministry censured for
it, which should be. enough, and
these people ought to be paid. He
moved the item pass at 855,000 as
in the bill, which he believed was
enough to finish the road.
Noble Bnrchardt thought some
thing could bo done to prevent the
destruction of the forests. If the
landowner was destroying tlie trees
along the road, it was against the
sentiment of the people of Hilo.
Minister Spencer supported tlie
item as in the bill, but would move
that the Minister of the Interior be
instructed to take steps to prevent
the destruction of trees along the
route. This he believed could be
effected, as the land was Crown
Noble Baldwin discussed the
different estimates ot the cost
of completing the road. As to
the floods reported, it must be re
membered that the season had been
extraordinary. Floods were report
ed all over the country, and it was
not surprising that they should have
seriously effected a new road. He
would not have borrowed that money
when the appropriation became ex
hausted, but the committee used
language too strong when they call
ed it a pledging of the country's
credit. Tlie speaker offered an ex
planation of tlie expensiveness of
the road in the difficulties encoun
tered in the matter of crushing the
Btonc. He would lie glad if it could
be completed more economically,
although he did not know whether
that was to bo done by making a
poorer class of road or by the con
Noble Midler said a great deal of
money had been spent on this road,
of which the only benefit so far was
to open uplands of Mr. Thurston's
brother-in-law, Mr. Shipman, and a
tract of Crown land.
A three-cornered conversation as
to tlie ownership of tho land was in
terrupted by a motion for recess.
Recess from 12 to 1 :30.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
The following note was passed to
the reporter from an hon. Noble,
after the vote on the Asylum name :
"There is not a great many in this
House (ourselves excepted) but
what would be considered at times
fit subjects for any institution out
side of a House for law-making."
Mr. F. II. Hayselden, an active
and able member of j'ore, was in
tlie visitors' row a little while yes
terday afternoon, listening to tho
biennial breeze on the konohiki
Noble Widcmann (to Interpre
ter) "Luther, I want you to give
attention to this." Interpreter
"I'm all ears." Reporter makes
note "I thought you were chiefly
Another liquor bill this morning!
For goodness sake, give tlio dry
goods trade an inning.
No resolution of wnnt of confi
dence was presented this morning,
contrary to u positive assertion in
the P. C. A., mid enemies of the
Government doubtless think another
flagstone has gono into tho road
leading to 1'ele's basement.
THE VERY LATEST !
WE wlh to call tho attention of
houiickeupeiH to a sinull lnolcti
of Figured Chinese Malting, jitnt ie
eelved vhi Hun Francisco, of the very
choicest quality uiul of the most tiute
bil and unique doaigus hi colors, This
Is tho very Iiiicm In this llnu and the
illut of the Mini hut brought to lloiin
lulu Wo icpeeUully M; Hie attention
of Italic to iliW I.Ucm novelty,
lifts-jw TiiiirNiox i;'i:i:i co.
J Natural Leaf
Inlmniu miidn. For
Kin iiniM I'liewln
lOI.UrtTUH X CO.
HUJJIULULU, H. A., 8:TBMBEK 1
"-afitjii irrn iaao,t,wa"yTn''irBf ? wim iv?''jiiwwnir,w
An article abounding iu a species
of hone levity, coarse vulgarity and
llngiant indecency graced the col
umns of Monday's Advertiser. The
leporter is tame and wearisome
i nougli (heaven knows) when he at
tempts only ii "plain and unvar
nished tale" but when hecssnys the
role of wit and satirist we'll his
ebullitions are fit. for the Advertiser.
Any criticism of a paper which tol
era'les and publishes such hogwash
would be as much wasted as advice
bPtowed upon the wretched author
of it. But il was thought the short,
lmrp and decisive lesson adminis
tered by Mr. Stone day before yes
terday would have a salutary and
quieting effect. It was generally sup
posed that the obliquity and insen
sibility of the journal to prevailing
public contempt would be aroused by
the shock of this physical appeal.
Well, the reporter told his little
story in his little inimitable style, he
belittled the personal courage of
Mr. Stone and cxplnined "how it
should be done." Later in the dav
"it was done" on a system differing
somewhat lrom the sane tactics out
lined by the newspaper man but in
a manner affording satisfaction lo
all persons opposed to offensive per
sonal journalism. That the sound
chastisement administered to Mr.
Taylor should cause a rankling in
his breast proportionate to the phy
sical indignity was but to be ev
pected. But even if the "victim of
the lash" was indisposed to let "con
cealment like a centipede feed on
the damask of his chops," it was
thought the columns of the Adver
tiser would bo denied as an outlet
of his impotent wrath.
Vain hope! The reporter struts
into print again in a column suppos
ed to bo reserved for news. About
tho only news is contained in the
assertion, "Ho got left" he refer
ring to Mr. Stone but as Mr.
Stone's manifesto conveys the same
information, in fact that he was left
with great rapidity, the reporter's
news is rather stale. The anon
tnous flank movements on Mr. Stone
are such a part of the general re
portorial strategy as to almost fix
the authorship. They are feeble
little efforts and if they do Mr.
Taylor any good, let them stand.
But neither these nor Mr. Ta'
lor's childish yelp affect the general
question of obnoxious personal jour
nalism. The liberty of the press
should be exercised with great judg
ment and personal attacks can only
be justified on grounds of public
good and necessity.
Honolulu Fire Police, Attention.
THERE will he a special meeting of
this cnmpanv held at the hall of
Engine "o. No. 2, ou WEDNESDAY
EVENING, at 7:150 o'clock. Business
of importance; distribution of budges,
Initiation fee, etc. Every member is
requested to lie present.
0.r.8 'it Sceietary.
Attention, Knights !
MYSTIC Lodge No.
work the Amnlif
2, K. of P.. will
Amplified Third Rank
TO-NIGHT. A full attendance U de
sired. Per order of tlie C. O.
OCOlt IC.otR. AS.
Front Room, In a pri
vate family. Apply Mrs.
Stevenson, 182 Fort stieet, above Kukul
street. Cfi9 tf
A HOUSE on Young street
near Thomas Square,
with live rooms and bath:
also stable accommodations for live
horses. Apply at
A LARGE Ill.'iek New
foundland Dug. The
owner can have same by
culling at Iioynl Saloon
and paying for this adver
AT n bargain, a Horse, Top Urnke,
Harness, complete and In good
order, with two rugs, whip and lamps.
The Horse will dilve in single ordoublo
harness and Is also broken to saddle,
Apply nt this office. JI8 if
Per "Paul Iscnhorg."
SPARKLING RHINE WINE,
Of the celcbiatcd brand 'Mntliuuus
Of Martini A. Rossi Golden Medul.
Saint Raphael Wine,
A supoilor tonle.
Qonulne Pllsen lluhemliiii Door,
Gvnulno Uaravlan Beer Bpatuu Hiow ,
Mho, tlio hc.it liiuntlii of
Brail & Irish & Scold
- roil sui: at - -
Per Si'lin-uiei "Olgrt
- - ron sai.i: iiy
J. F. COLBURN & GO.
Win. G. hi & Cupiiiiy,
OII'El! I 01! SAI.I
l-amo- Ac C Jji f,
PAHAFIINE I'AINT UO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
MHED'S WEN I
Felt Steam Pipe Covorin, all sizes.
OUOK it OIir.AWDT'.S
Grade Cl'eiulcal Cane Mauure.
Beef, 1 and 2
SALMON' IN BARRELS.
Cut Iu Htoe l.engthH.
I'Oll SALE CIIKAI' 1JV
059 lw Cor. Fort A; Queen sts.
Pacific Mail Steamship Comp'y.
For San Francisco.
The Fine New S. S.
AVlll call at this port enroute from China
and Japnu, and will sail for the
above porta on or about
3rFir f i eight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & Co.,
01S (itwis Agents
Numerous Maps and Sketches,
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
C20 :iw -tli Meiehiiut nl.. Honolulu.
PASTURE for HOUSES.
Till; undersigned Is prepared to take
heroes on pasturo ut Falolo.
At h'ahakollaui, Walklki, or Washing
ion IMaee, Herctaniii St. CfiS lm
NOTICE of JtEMOVAL.
aHE San Fruimlsen Fruit Depot has
. removed from Fort street to No.
87 Kill" stieet near Tort.
(l.r.(l lut I'topiletor.
MR. Kce Nun will act for our C'oiii
. pauy under full power of attor
ney diiriug our patner Ng Ong absence
from the kingdom.
KWONG LEE YUEN CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 16U0. UWi lw
HAVE bought out the Interest of
Leon'' Cool; in the lb in of Look l'luz
& Co,, hitherto currying on a tailoring
business ai Nos. lt'5 & 7 Niiuiiiiu
street. All debts owing the late linn
must be paid to me, it nil nil debts owing
by the hue llnu will be paid by hid.
Honolulu, Suit,ia, IBM. ti6uw'
EL13UTION' of OIWIGEIIS.
AT the anmml meeting (if tliexmcl.
. holder of the IliluMik' irUo, held
ulllmollleu of Win. (I, Irwin A Cu,,
. I.'il), September ri, bS'JO, the follms hifc
orer weiu duly elected n wiu tlur
lug tlin diiijiiliigyoui-t
Win. O, Irwin- I'lnsliieni,
W. M.Wffmd ,
NOW IS THE TIME 1
quitable Life Assurance
B BIO hi
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terras. The Additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are a few of the many attiactive forma offered by this
original and progressive Company :
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certalu, and itB
From the Are,o W ,Vn, April -Uh, 1890.)
Tim l.itrg'Ht Business Ever Tnuiaacled by a Tdte Assur
Tho new business of the Equitable Life Assuiaiicu Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fifty
Million Dollaks. This is at the rate of two hundred millioris of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
6ylnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his office.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S. Jan-1-90
corasER hoxjsii &
We bei; to inform (lie public
sale at Reduced Prices.
DRY f FANCY GOODS
Embroidery and Swiss Skirt Lengths will be sold at very low rates
to make room for new stocks now on
the way from Europe.
CHEMISES, SKIRTS, NIGHTGOWNS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
Giulianis 10 Yards lor $1 in Latest Patterns !
Jnst received latest patterns in Scrim, Madras, Lace Curtains ' "
Ladies' & Children's Hosiery. Our great specialty "BLACK DIAMOND
DYE," guaranteed fast colors.
DRESSED KID GLOVES. Also, just received latest staples in Tidies and
Bureau Scarfs, Table Covers, Etc. Alwavs on band a largo stock of Ladies',
Gent's and Children's Shoes.
A full line of Dress, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, latest styles in Neckwear,
large variety of Boy's and Children's Suits.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
Having removed our SODA "WORKS to more commodious quarter!
1ST. 29 JFOJEtT STiRjEJETT,
(Near tho Custom House)
Wo are now prepaied lo furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any -of
the fallowing High Class Aeiated Beverages;
Plain, Sweet, Lemon,
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT TURK WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO
FOHT STItKET, :
Pi. R. Hknihiv, President & Manager.
GoiiKiiEV JJitowN, Secretary it Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Siircck'Irt ltmik, : Fort Htrcct, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS anil DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Hnvilanil China, plain and decorated; and "Wedgcwood
I'iiiun, Library fc Stand LiuupH, Chandeliers A Eleololittra,
Lump Fixturert of all kinds, A complete assortiu't of Drills &. Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION
Tlie "Gazellft" 3-wheeled Hiding Plow A. Equalizer,
Hliiebe.ird Hire l'low, Plantum' Steel ,fc GooHiiueeked Hook,
I'iuiiIm, ViirniMhen V HruHhen,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
llONft, llOHO, HOHC,
ItUlilltilt, WlltlMJOUNl) of uuporlor quality, A BTKAM,
Aguto Iron Wuro, Sllvur Plated Ware, Tahlo A Pookot Cutlery,
Powder, Shot .V Oiip, The Oiilebrated'TJIiib" Miiuhiutidoadi'dUiirtrIdneii,
"nii!h" Die Htoek for Pipe A Unit Threading,
lliilliuun'ii Bliml Viu Funen A Htoel Wlro MuU.
Wuil a, Kikhur'tf Wiought Hum
(Into QUy Hlnim I'lllm,
place our entire stock for
Strawberry or Cream Sola,,
John Ena, Viee-Presldeut
Ci:ou. Uuown, Auditor.
Manila it Sisal Hope,
WiOllght Hlenl lUutst,
VrmuiM" TwM Drill,
NmVm (JurrlnKti lftiii,