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IMJbY HULUflTJKs .WX.HSULU.L.U, U. I., SBPMMBiUK 3-7, Lm
First Annual Cash Clearance Sale I
Commencing Monday, Aug. 18th, for Two WccKs only.
Great Reduction in all Departments to make room for Goods to arrive
Calicos 22 yaids for -tl
Gingham, 10 and 12 yaids foi
Sateens, 7 yards for .tl.
Table liiiicn, XuiiliiiiM, T.mvoIh, Sheeting. Kt, Kir.,
Ladies' A; Children' llosieiy Hand
keichiefs. Embroideries Glows, Milt, Ribbons,
B. P. EHLEKS &
st jpohtm: SXXSJG21SX.
HAW. JI'Ki' HKCKIVKI) A VKIIY I.AHOK AS30UTMKNT 01'
Dressed & Undressed Kid
IN ALL LENGTHS.
CURTAINS IN LACE. SCSI. Ml
In Croat Variety. New
&F Our Dressmaking Department under
OLAHK -will be rc-opuned about May 12th.
We Desire to Gall
. yfeiv BECISJERED Jjj .
For Lubiicatiug the Valves and Cylinders of Steam Engines.
VALVOLINK is an ciulh oil specially prepaid! undoi the highest Moain
heal and from which all volatile smd eaithy matter lias been expelled by a
prooesa which leaes a pure and heavy oil, which pievents the eating uwav
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing peifeetly clean. This
was the first Mineral Oil introduced tor steam oyliiidcis and has been in con
stant use over eighteen years.
tF"Vi also nianufactuic Supeiior Machine and Spindle Oils for .ill
lanies of maehineiy.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole AgentB. 601 3m
" Xlinond Bloclf," Nos. OS &; 97 King; Street,
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBIMG, TIN, COPIES. AND
993 Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchant
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
OnrpeiiKtit,', Hliiokmiiiths', .MaohiniHtH' v, Plumbcm Tools,
HOUSE FUllNiSHING GOODS !
Kilohen Uluiiln, J'aints, Oiln, ViuiiiidifB, Lump CIimkIx and
BlakiHleAijpupipi, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox fi Olbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Or, Jayne fl Sons Family uerilcines,
mack (jUhliliU'U'8 nml .Mcnuos,
yard and upwauls.
Colored Wool Dies. Good-, 10c yunl
Laces, Ladies' riioini'-f, Skills,
balsams in Hhiel; l.nco
the management of MISS
Your Attention To
and Tin Ware
SKVKNT NINTH DAY
Tl i.sii v , Sept
House resumed nt 1 :.ii.
Dltnr.K OK THE DAI.
Second reading of bill relating
Read by title and, on motion of
Noble Muller, referred to the com
mittee on eoinuieice.
Second reading of bill relating to
the alo of liquors
Wead by title.
Noble McCarthy niowd it be te
ferred to the liimnr eotnmittee.
Noble .Muller mined it be hidel'in
itely postponed, as a siinilsir bill had
been passed on.
Kep. llonkaiin thought, it should
;o to committee, even if it was lln
Noble Muller wilhdiew his motion
and the bill was lefened to com
mittee. Second reading of lull providing
for the census.
Head by title and, on motion of
Hep. AVaipuilani, lelerreil to educa
Second reading of bill relating to
the sale of liquois. Considered with
repoit of select committee, recom
mending the bill to the favorable
eonsideiation of the House. Jt
elianges the bonis of letail selling
from . a. in. till 1 1 ::() p. in., to
(! :!Ml a. m. till 10 p. in., and for
preventing the sale on holidays and
Rep. Blown moved the bill be in
definitely postponed. The present
law allowed the Marshal to close
saloons on election days, and this is
always done. A man going home (rom
lodge or an evening visit ought not
to be prevented from getting a glass
of beer. The amendment in the
second beetion was rather longh.
Under it it he gave a drink to a man
in his house, who afterwaid got
"Idling diunk" elsewhere, he would
be liable for "all the damages sus
tained and for exemplary damages."
Hep. Hookano moved the bill be
consideied section b' section.
Hep. Hice, the introducer, held
that it would be only courtesy to
consider the bill section by section.
The bill was indefinitely postpon
ed, and a motion for reconsideialion
Second reading of bill to amend
the law relating to auction licenses.
Considered with favorable leport of
commerce committee on all except
the clause that "holders of licenses
tor districts other than Honolulu
shall not be required to give bonds,
make quarterly returns, or pay a
Hep. Brown moved that the clause
ieported against be struck out. The
committee had not deemed it advis
able to recommend the change pro
posed. Noble Widemnim seconded the
motion, and moved to insert, after,
"and for all other districts the price
ol the license shall be twenty-Jive
dollars," the woids, "and pay one
half of one per cent on each sale."
Hep. Hookano thought $2.' too
high tor a country license. Til some
of the districts the auctioneers would
not make so much in the year on all
their sales. Ho moved to substi
tute "fifteen" for "twenty-live."
iNoble Widcinann was inclined to
think the lion, member was right,
with regard to many ol the districts,
although in some districts this was
n nionc3'-inaking business. Jt was
for them to btrikc the happy me
dium, and he would be willing to
make it 10, but the auctioneer
should pay the percentage, which
would equalise matters, lie took
out the first license for the blessed
island of Kauai forty years ago, and
lie made money at the business.
The amendments passed and the
bill passed as amended, to be read a
third tune Thursday.
Second reading of bill to change
the name of the Insane Asylum to
Hep. White moved the bill be in
definitely postponed. Its consider
ation was a waste of time. He could
see no difference between "Insane
Asylum" and "Hospital for the ln
Biinp." Hep. Brown said the proposed
change was suggested by the med
ical superintendent in his report to
the Minister of the Interior, and he
had intioduced the bill by request.
Some of the insane had a horror of
the name, as their friends liUewibe
Noble .7. M. Horner thought it
was a very proper thing to do.
tiood spirits acted liku medicine
and if a change of name would pu(.
(he inmates in belter spiiits it should
iNoble Widcinann considered it a
landfill idea. The greatebt horror
of the unfortunates was to bo con
lined, and if they wcro to bo pleased
tho best way wns to let them go. Ho
had no great objection to the naiiiu
proposed, but, if they weio going to
nrnamoiit the statute books with
such a measure, it would bo a rea
sonable conclusion that thoywmo
all (It candidates for the institution,
Hep, Nnwnlij moved the piovious
question, which (mi jied.
The bill wiife Indefinitely post
poued. .Second romllng of 1)111 to piovhlo
n bureau of police nml to regulate
(hi) police of tlio kingdom,
Head by tit to and, on motion of
Minister I'dtorsoji, iofumd lo select,
committee on notice.
Hccoml rending of ioiiutlutonnl
Deferred, on motion of Noble
MnisdiMi, till the select, committee
Second reading of bill to abolish
the claims of konohikis lo the con
trol of sea llsh or fisheries, and to
autlioiizo the Uo eminent to deter
mine upon the compensation to lie
made in uch eases. Considered
with majority committee repoit
,'igainst, and minority report lor the
Hep. Hickard said that to acumi
plish the intentions of the bill would
requite a great deal ot money.
Theiefore he moved that the ungu
ilty repoit be adopted.
Noble Widcmann nked the j til l o
ducer (Hep. Hush) if the clause,
"but this does not include waters
the property by purchase or inheri
tance of any piivate peison," meant
that the main part of the section le
ferred to Crown lands.
Hep. Bush replied in the atlli illa
tive. Noble Widemann said thai fishing
rights in connection with Crown
lands weie now free, ami hence
theie was no need of this section.
Hep. Brown said that the motion
lo adopt the majority report
was out of older. He moved that
the section be indefinitely post
poned, lie quoted the law in which
there weie conditions that he did
not beliee weie complied with by
any Konolnki on the Sandwich Isl
ands. Therefore, to all intents and
purposes, the fisheries were free, so
there was no necessity for borrow
ing money to pay for fisheries. It
was true that the konohikis leased
their fisheries to others, but if the
konohiki or the lessee did not com
ply with the strict rcquiienienls of
the law, they could not prevent any
adjacent kiileana holder trout taking
whatever lisli wa3 lawful to be taken
by the konohiki himself. To pur
chase these rights would lequire two
million dollais, and where was the
Government to gel it? If the Ha
waiian was granted full freedom of
the fisheries the same would have to
be granted subjects of friendly
powers having tieaties with this
kingdom, llawaiians, if they only
knew the rights UiC3r had undci the
existing laws, would find they could
get all the fish they wanted.
Noble Widcmann thought that
nine-tenths of what the lion, mem
ber had said was perfectly correct.
This bill was not an unfair one, but
quite the contrary, in its proposal to
give conipansation to the konohiki9.
It would require, however, ten times
the value of the fisheries to the peo
ple to buy these rights. His planta
tion at Waianae carried lishery rights
and, as they were not in the fishing
business, they did not care wli.it
they got for fishing privileges. They
hail let the natives pay whatever
they pleased, and sometimes received
two hundred dollars tor a single
haul. The natives did not avail
themselves greatly of the easy
terms, but when their friends went
down from Honolulu, they all went
into the water together. He had no
desire to sell out those rights, but,
if required to state their value, he
should say that a fair valuation of
them would be .")0,000.
Hep. Bush did not agiee with the
two previous speakers. Under the
actual rights of the lion. Noble his
fishery 1 ights at Waianae would not
be worth more than a thousand
dollars, and it. was only usurped
rights that were of a value of SoO,
000 or even .100,000. Under the
old feudel system from which these
rights were derived, the konohiki
was only entitled to the fish that he
took for his own personal use. He
had no right to sell either the rights
or the fish to others. It was a usur
pation of rights which enabled Chi
nese living in Honolulu to go over
to Koolau and lake llsh that right
fully belonged to the native kulcana
holders. The provision in the bill
for licenses to fishermen was direct
ed against the Chinese, against whom
a law could not be enacted directly
because it would be class legisla
tion. He had brought in the bill at
the instance of his native constitu
ents, who were nol acquainted with
the rights that they possessed, as
against tho konohikis who usurped
rights that did not belong to them.
It was intended to abolish a feudal
system that was new inoperative.
He moved that the ilrst section pass
with an addition that he read, al
though he had small hopes that the
bill would pass, in viow ot the
stupendous amounts stated to bo re
quired in making it effectiyo.
Noble Widcmann claimed that the
common people had a perfect right
lo sell their fish, and that the kono
hiki had the right to .sell or eat the
fish as ho chose. He did believe
that in the ancient time the chiefs
sold their fish just as the konohikis
dul to-day. f tliey wero not to be
sold, wliut was to be (lope vll!
Hep. Bush If you sell your
riglils, you cannot llsh any moro
Nolile Wideinanii would hayc no
objection to the bill If he could be
lieve it was practicable.
Hop. Bush said the bill provived
foi what was to be done with the
cp. Nawnhi moved tlial the bill
lie lolnrrcd to tho Judiciary commit
tee. It was a ynxed question hero
as with larger uatloiib, Kngliind
mid the rnltcd States were prcpnr.
Ing for war 011 tho question of lls.
Hep, Jvnnlil wimloO Jusl two mill'
utuH, (u hiih tired oul listening lo
ull the talk, The bill was imwo
tlealilu, no use Bonding H to unntlier
commillu-e. Tim lmi tjmo tn brrah
Hie Irro win. when II ivhb 11 Ivijg, He
took just as much interest in tho
dear people as the lion, member foi
Koolaupoko. His constituents asked
him to introduce a bill to lay a pipe
from tho pond near tlieSalt Luke lo
a pond down on the beach, but he
didn't promise them to do anything
ot so iinpiacticable a natuic. They
weie only wasting their time in con
sidering "this bill. It was long ago
"ettled by the Supreme Couit that,
with the exception of one kind of
fish lescrved to tho konohiki, the
fisheries were free to the people.
The ayes and noes were called on
the motion to indefinitely postpone
the first section, when there ap
peared Ayes Ministers Cummins, Brown
and Peterson ; Nobles Widemann,
Bergcr, Macfarlane, McCarthy,
Phillips, Crabbe, Kauhane, Hind,
Bnrchaidt, Baldwin, W. Y. Horner,
Cornwcll, Anderson, Von Tempsky,
G. N. AVilcox, Kanoa and Iscnberg;
Heps. Brown, Hosa, ICauhi, A.
Homer, Hickaid, Kuhookano, Wai
puilaui, Apiki, Kancalii, llalstead,
Knudsen, Hice, and A. S. Wilcox
Noes Nobles Muller and Fun;
Heps. H. W. Wilcov.Bush, Nawahi,
Baker and White 7.
Noble .1. M. Hornet asked to bo
excused, for want of knowledge of
Noble Marsdcn asked to be ex
cused on the same giound.
Noble Widemann, on being called
a second time, said he would have
voted to refer to a committee, but
as thai was no use he would vote
The first section was declared in
The House adjourned at 1 : 10.
P. An P,.
Paints I Capias
PATENT IDEAL ROOFING,
And SHEATHING PAPERS.
PABAFPIKE PAINT CO.,
Wm. 6. IRWIN & COMPANY,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islnuds.
No. 2 F. & B. Paint is especially adapt
ed foi bridge work (wood or iron) and
smokestacks, and 1ms been used for
these pmposrs at Pnnuhau for the past
four yeais, giving gieat satisfaction.
No. 3 P. & B. Paint for fence posts or
for any wood or timber ued uuder
giound (H'liiimieiged, being a piotec
tion against all murine p.uasltes or
water, nIo for foundation timbers.
Ideal Root Paint. Colors: Bed. Brown
and Black. Is tin best in theniaiket
for iron, tin or shingle roofs.
P. & B. Electrical Compound. This ai
ticle foraffoiding perfect iimilalion is
without an equal and has obtained re
cognition by the lnigest electric light
companies and mauufaetuier of Insu
Ideal Hooding & Siding. Colois: Brown
or Black. Adapted for steep or flat
roofs. Can be laid by anyone without
EST" All the above articles are abso
lutely tnstelesd and odeiless and con
tain no coal tar.
C2? Porch cnlaiN or other Informa
tion apply to the Agents. tiU tf
IN DARKEST AFRICA
Tho coinplcto ntory uf Stan!c)'nrcomt t'irllllni:
ultGutiirij ami tho dlN-liMuro ol lib Important
ilUcovcriejwIlliiimMr fnr tlio llrat Umii in tho
""ft written by himself, entltkil "In Darkest
. . . o . ""' 1)0 'Iwlvwl hy unj ,.f tint so
i jJleil HUulO) Ijoi 1 1; a" mw IhJiik t)( nil 114 "it'll
uliio owl authentic." Tu 1111 0110 dCUiuhiLm
htunley cuntrlbutetl ullno,
Therol n no Uetln?i nlout thte Htiitwiwmt Iwluc
corrtctlnivery particular Wobuumutoolt, ami
will flviHianUilluri on application
OAIITIOM In "ukr '"' l' Lo rnlilnl, see
ImUIIUW that tho tool lot. tlio lm.
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S 'SONS
Anl that tho tuuvjwliu iwut currUt i, Mrtlllcato
f aiiiny (run. uxf
A. L BANCROFT & CO.
132 POST STREET,
General Auerita for the Pacific Coast.
J. W. Chamberlin,
Solo Agent for Hawaiian Kingdom.
E. B. THOMAS,
Estimates (llvon on thick, Iron, Clone fc
Woodon Buildings. Jobbing
KKKl'8 l'OII Hii.i; -.
Brink, Llino, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
.Miiibh) Oust, Who Utii,
California North Deacb & Santa Cruz
H.V tf 1 ,
(Jimny TIIm fixn -red, while ami hluoi
Mlutnii, I'luailn mid Ciiixnieile 'JIwj in
yiillnuBniilteuia.ftllHInili. nf )ii)iUKU
inrnafSoiiilicnpi onrwir m
1'i'n idmI (hudii htn:itu,
Mutual - "toTtPPIIOHPlllsll m
Win. 0. h win . I'leMclent A: Manager
Olnus Hpreckeltt Vii o-'rcldetit
Seeietnn ,t Treasurer
Then. 0. Pinter Auditor
AlllMS Ol THIS
(W Mtui tYnnrNi'u. 'al.
toT Win. G. Irwin A; Co.. (L'd), have
assumed the assets and liabilities of the
late thin of Win. (!. Irwin A. Co., and
will continue tho geneial business
foimeiH cm iled 011 In that house.
IS heieby slven to all pei sons that at
a uieetlnj!; of the shareholders of
Win. (3. Irwin & Co., Oi'd), hold on
the 31st day of July, 18U0, it wasotcd
to accept the Charter of Iiieoipoiatlou
dated July 21, 1S!I0, and granted to
tlicni and their asfcooiutes and sneeessois
under the cm potato name and style of
Win. G. Irwin &. Co., Limited.
And that the Corporation under said
Cluuler was duly orgaui.ed. and elected
the follow hie; na'moil ollleeis, l:
President & Mamijer
William G. Irwlu,
Vlco-Piosldeiit. .. Clans Spreekils,
Seeictiuv ifc Tie.wuier
' M Oiffaul,
Auditor T. C. Poller.
Notice i also "iven that, pursuant to
the terms of said Chiuter, 110 stock
holder shall be individually liable for
the debts of the Coiporation, beyond
the amount which 9hall be due upon
the shaie or nh.ues owne 1 or held by
himself. W. M. Q1FPABD,
Secretary Win. Q. Trwln A. Co , L'd.
IS hereby given lo all persons that at
a meeting of the shuiehuldeis of
l'aaiihaii Plantation Co.. (L'd), held on
the 1st day ol August, IBtK). It was voted
to accept the Chatter ot Ineoipoiation
dated July 21, 18!)0, and gi anted to them
and their associates and successors
under the coiporation name and style of
Paauhau Plantation Co., Limited.
And tbat the Coiporation under said
' barter was dn.y organized and elected
the following named officers, viz.:
President Wm. G. Irwin,
Vtee-Pt esident. . . . Claus Spreckels,
Secielni v tc Treasiu or
Notice is also given that, pursuant to
the terms of snid fhniler, no stock
holder shall be individually liable for
tho debts of the C01 poration, beyond
the amount which shah bu due upon the
share or shares owned or held by him
self. AW M.G1FPAHD,
Secietary Paauhau Plantation Co.
The undersigned having been appointed
sole agents for the Hawaiian
For the Colobratcd
Baldwin -:- Locomotives
Fiom the works of
Bnrnliam, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Arc now prepared to give estimates and
icceivo oniers for thebo engines, of any
size and style.
The Bm.dwik LocoMOTtvis Wouks are
now mniiuluciurinj; a stylo of Locomo
tive particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently been
received at these Ibluuds, and we will
have pleasure in furnishing plantation
agents aud mamigera with particulars
The superiority of these Locomotives
over all ot her makes is not only known
hero but is acknowledged throughout
Hie United States.
Wm. G. IKWIN & Co.,
Sole AgentB for Hawaiian Islands.
403 d-134 w.ly
A Cure for Influenza 1
Dll. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR.
DIAL, one of the beM lomedles
out prepaid! for coughs, asthma, huig
and die,! tioublo, ami a great icllef lo
whooping cough and lluoat affection,
Ask for Or. Lozior's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at
And HKNhON, SMITH X VO'fl,
I nml your "Chuiry Coidlai" iho hct
medlelim wo hino i'ur iiped lorciiiighs,
colds and luiiK iroiiblt). All of out tin
lh ') Portuguese, ( 'liiiii'sn mid Jnpaueiie
w III ne no other I mm iinthliig uUn In
no own family, Vour uiiiv,
.MnilflKOr Koluilii Hiiijiir Ui).
Wo lmo fili ft liirgo iiiiniillly nf ynui
"(Jliciry Onulial' ui nnr jilimiiitluii
iJUmi.lioUi in Kwilln nml Hiiium, nml
I'u i PWHSriulb' uwiuiiiuiul li lm nun.
Vnri iwtiiPwifiilly 'oin,
ua If icatijii'i JjyW Siugai i,
he siniiilB fJomp'y.
From San fianoirco.
Lene Duo at
W. P. Honolulu
Aliuiiudu . . .Sept 20.... Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 26
Xealnndia .. ..Nov IS Nov 2U
Aluineda Dec 13 Dec '20
For San Francisco.
. . Sept 20
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Zealand in,., .
Alameda. . ,
Mariposa. . .
.Nov 20 .
.Dec 24.... Jan 10
Intormcdiato S. S. Australia.
Leave S. P.
Friday . . Sept 12
Friday. ..Oet 10
Friday. . .Nov 7
Friday. . .Deo fi
Friday . . Sept 20
Friday. . . Oct 24
Friday... Nov 21
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Australia! Mail Service
FOK SAN l',JANJ!S4;0,
The now and flue Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney
aud Auckland on or about
Sept. 20, 1890.
And will lcavo for the abovo port with
mails and passengers on or about that
,J?& frelKlt ot passage, having SU.
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IEWIN & CO., Aeents.
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new and flue Al steel Rtc&mnhtn
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Sept. 27, 1 890.
And will have prompt diepatch witli
nails and passengers for the above ports.
For fi eight or passage, having SU
'E1UOR ACCOMMODATIONS, jinplv
17 WM. G. IRWm & CO.. Auents
EST Our New Artorypo Tllustrated
Catalogue sent fieb on application.
118 SlJTTElt T.,
San FrauclMco, : : Caliroinln.
No. 30 Nuuanu St. V. 0, Box 267.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had 10 yeais experience In
the business, I am prepared to manu
facture to order fashionable hand
sewed Ladies' & Gentlemen's Boots A
Shoes. Also, Ficnch & American Boots
& Shoes reeelvod by eveiy steamer
Pi ices leasonable. 1 solicit your pat
nmage Mi :iuv
A NATURAL Mineral Water. Foi
sale only by
Sole Agent & Importer for Iho Ha
wallim IslaudH. fii.'!! tf
CHEW Motley's Co.'s Ivanhoc
Natmal Leaf Tobacco, posltlvelv
the llnest chewing tobacco mado. For
salu by HOLLISTKH it CO.
GOO KIM Sl CO.y
No. r'J Nuuanu St., Honolulu,
And dealers in all kinds of
(lUWNllUfl'PH mill I'llllllHlllutf tiOdll
Also, n full Mock of Dry and Fancy
Ooods. ()ood Jit giiainuleed. ft7 am
OHANOK ol' UJSSIDISNOli.
Has removed from Fort wroct to Iln.
hollo Llino , J'ldh.iu.
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l'i M, tO I) I', H,
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