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THURSDAY, SKPT. 18, IH90.
OARU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
Ti Take UllVet AnUMf UO, 100.
A.M. A.M. t'.ll. P.M.
Leavo Honolulu 8:15 1 :I5 Ci'.UlJ
Arrive Honouliuli !:4l) 2: Hi 11:84 J
LoavoHo' uliult. St in 10:51 tfs.M ....
Arrive Honolulu.. 0:14 1 1 :".' 4 :5."i ....
" Saturdays ami Monday only.
Sept IS -Stiurlwalanl
from Hauialtua and Lalm
Ina VESbtiS LLAAINi! 1U-M0RROW.
.Stinr C H Bishop for Wiiliume, Walalua
and Knolau at 9 a in
rCARC0ES FHOM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr 0 It Binhop 803 bags paddy, COO
bags sugar and '203 bags rice.
Stinr iwalaul '-'553 bags sugar and IS
For Kauai per stinr Mikuhala, Sept 17
Mrs W U Wee, K &tiechy.MrslJcrtel
nninii, Mrs ltabu, J MLevhinoand wllu,
It Fountain, U '1'rusk, wife and 2 chil
dren, and u Chinese.
From llamakua per stinr Iwalanl,
Sept 18 G W l'aty and wife, .1 U Dyer
and wife, K ftl Overeud, II Jt Maefar
lane, 0 II Kldrldge, and A Gartcnberg.
FOREIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II B M Flagship Warspltc from Ilrltii.sli
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San
Francisco due Aug 4
Brbklthkcr irom London, sailed Apr
15, due Aug 'Jo
Br bk Gh van fioin Liverpool, sailed
July 10, due Nov 15-30
Bk Forest Queen, fioui ban Francisco
due Sept 10-15
Brig W G Irwin, from San Francisco,
due Sept 10-15
Bk C! D Bryant, from San Francisco,
due Sept 12-17
S S Australia, fiom San Francisco, due
.S S Mariposa, from the Colonic?, due
The steamships Australia and Alameda
are due to-morrow, the former from the
ban Francisco, and the latter from the
Colonies en route to the coast.
The steamer V G Hall Is due to
morrow from Hawaii and Maul.
The bark Ceylon is through unload
ing her cargo of general merchandise.
She will probably sail for Sun Francisco
eaily uext week with sugar
The 4-mstd schooner Olga was haul
ed up on the Murine Kailway yesterday
ufte.noon for cleaning.
SMITFI In Honolulu, September 17th,
to the wife of Thomas Smith, a
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
Noble Sam Parker appeared in
the House to-day for the first time
after his recent serious illness. He
looked somewhat reduced and car
ried one arm in a sling, but other
wise bore the same cheerful demean
or as of yore. Jrlis presence was of
course a matter of general gratifica
tion. Rep. Nawahi, when he struck the
Volcano road trail, gave the appear
ance of trying to cam the whole ex
tra appropriation of SoOOO for legis
lative expenses, by paying the
weight of it in words. As he strew
ed some new points on the discus
sion, however, his colleagues were
endued with grace sufficient to bear
the stress of verbiage.
Rep. Baker is an ornament to the
chair. John would have called the
"press gallery" to order for talking
above a whisper, but his good na
ture had the bettor of the dignity of
the Chair, and he only smiled the
reproving stmlo of a father to a
Dutch uncle, as he said with his
eyes, "Fear not, Daniel, he will not
In the case of Rep. Kaulii on his
feet, it is hard to say whether or not
"actions speak louder than words."
When lua visage creams and inantleB
like a standing pond in a gale, and
his arms work like the semaphores
of Dillingham's railroad, the thun
der of his tones, even when modu
lated to the similitude of a kona
blowing where it listeth through the
tides of Ewa, knocks spots out of
the whole acrobatic forco of his
Shakespearian adaptation of the ac
tion to the jawful ebullitions of his
EVENING AUCTION SALE.
Mr. L. J. Leyey gives notlco that
he will hold an evening auction sale
on Saturday evening, Sept. 20th, at
his Bales rooms, The goods to he
offered comprised the choicest soleu
tions of the latest English and Con
tinental novelties, anil being the first
nalu of tho season, will undoubtedly
attract a largo audience. Amongst
aomo of the goods to lie sold uro oil
paintings ml engravings, KnglMi
and lloheiniaii ghiuswuru, plated
wri hroil.GS, statuary, plaques,
etu,,tto, All will husold without
j'UHurVU, lltl tlm KOOtU Will 1)0 on oxt
lilhition to inoifow ml HiUurilwy.
4u((m mttimlllig till wl will ho
mjHOiniHOlllUiMl Willi Hnwpj.
Monthly wilHH V. M. ('. A.. i
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LOCAL &QENRAL HEWS.
Fur.8li froion ostors at Nolle' to
Tin: litigant! no W. G. Irwin is out
10 days fiom .San Francisco.
Ti'C Monthly meeting of the A'.
M. 0. A. will lie hold this i-vcning.
A cafadM". woman is v.-anUd to
take ehntje of u restaurant dining
mom. AUP.ESrs thus fur to-day have been
one for malicious mischief and ono
Iloi.i.isn-K S. Co. have "Unity'
Trieopheious" for sale. If your want
a beautiful head of hair, try it.
Da.niki, Davis was lined .10 with
?:! costs by Police Justice Foster tills
morning, for malicious mischief done
to tho property of a Chinaman.
Sealkd tenders aio at-ked by the
Board of Health for drugs and medi
cal supplies for all Government Dis
trict physicians, hospitals and dis
pensaries. "Mhshis. H. Haekfold A Co. will
despatch the l'lantor to sJun Fran
cisco on or about the 2i!d instant.
Buporinr cabin accommodations will
be supplied upon application.
Micssns. Theo. II. Davics &. Co.
liavo a new advertisement, in another
column which will bo found to nlVor
supplies, comprising almost every
kind of merchandise required
throughout tlio Kingdom.
To-MOitiiow morning at 10 o'clock
Mr. Jus. F. Morgan will hold a largo
underwriter's sale at his commodious
rooms on Queon slieet. There will
be offered Jor sale consignments of
hats, bags, saddles and dress goods.
Mr. II. J. Nolle has placed on ex
hibition, in the Hawaiian News Co.'s
storo, several apples blown oft" the
tree at his residence, "The Casino,"
Kapiolani Talk. They are of the
wax variety and appear to be as solid
and healthy an apple as could be de
sired. Hon. C. JR. Bishop has sonorously
ofTeied to pay the expenses of Mr. D.
II. Hitchcock, jr , in prosecuting art
studies under European masters.
The young artist, of whose woik
everybody in the country is proud,
will probably leave for Europe, under
this handsome pationuge, in a few
Mn: A. M. Hewitt, special, and a
paity of regular police spent last
night searching for a supposed den
of robbers in Manoa. They had some
rcmaikable adveutuies and were not
altogether unsuccessful, having found
a camp containing pots and blankets
on the top of tlio mountain. They
brought these equipments us trophies
to police headquarters thin forenoon.
The robbers will have cold comfort to
night. A policeman arrived by the steamer
Iwalani at noon, with a Japanese
named Ukichi in his custody. The
prisoner was committed by Police
Justice Edwin Thomas, for sentence
at the November term of Circuit
Court at Waimea, lie having pleaded
guilty to a charge of arson. The crime
was committed in setting fire to tlio
Pacific Sugar Mill Co.'s trash house,
Kukuihacle, which was recentlv re
ported to have been burned.
Mit, II. N. Castle, editor of the
Advertiser, was taken from the prebs
table in the House this morning,
under a warrant charging him with
criminal libel, in a statement pub
lished by him yesterday to the effect
that Col. Macfarlane, II. M.'s Cham
berlain, had demanded $900.00 from
tho Minister of Foreign Affairs, to
pay for the state dinner to Admiral
Brown, U. S. N., at the Palace, On
returning from the Station he said
lie had a free ride down but had to
walk up. He gave $500 bail. The
preliminary examination will be held
at the Police Court to-morrow morn
ing. Mr. C. L. Carter and Hon. Paul
Neumann will appear for tho prose
cution. At a special meeting of tho newly
formed Fire Police Company lust
night badges and ropes for use in
case of fire were distributed to the
members present. It was decided to
havo additional ropes placed at cer
tain central places in the town. It
was also agreed upon that all tlio
officers of the Honolulu Firo Depart
ment, and of each and every com
pany of the department should bo
invited to attend the next regular
meeting of tho Fire Police. Any
member who was not present last
night may obtain his badge by call
ing on the Secretary, Mr. Hurry
Armitage, at Mr. Morgan's auction
room, signing tho Constitution, and
paying his entrance fee.
FnoM persons having direct know
ledgoa Bui.lktin reporter has gleaned
the following facts relating to tho
case af K. B. Thomas vs. Geo. Nor
ton, biought into public notice lately
through Legislative discussion, viz. .
Last December thero was an election
of Chief and Second Assistant En
gineers of tho Honolulu Firo Depart
ment. The incumbents at that time
woio 0. 11. Wilson, Chief j J. AnuIi,
First Assistant; und Geo, Norton,
Second Apsistant. Thero were two
tickets put into tho field at tho ehc
tlon, the first containing the names
of 0. H, Wilson, O, Norton mid J, H,
lloydjttm (second, the imiiieu of J,
AhuIi, K, 1), TlioiuiiH and 11, Kuiu,
Thu ulcotloii was very ulntu and,
owing to cm lulu itlluKuil liiounliiiltluw
In Din uiibtliiK of balloU, Mr I- !
Tlioimm lumilit milt nalibd hW
iipoiioiili Mr. (loo, Norton. Thin
jiiit WiitHlcuit In favor Nihiuii,
who ia ii mi thu ilvl;ut will) C.
Viluu. In it immllul 0.1 HI UlWIM Imtl
IlllDII H Jlllur tllllltllU hulUiiDI) 0, II,
Wlhuu mill Mi. Munwirui, oaiiul;
tltilui loj; riwHwii, In whin!) uuvlt ul
1 1 id IujiiIm bail liiw!) iwiiliwj lu nay
1)1 Own 0!umtf ,
i X. mm itrifcyn-i
THCIfDAr, Sept.. IS.
Thu House met at 10 o'clock.
Rp. liiowu, Ik'Tuio tho leading
of the luiuui", moved thai, tlm re
port of tho ciiidiuUu.'c of the whole
yehtenlnv, rccniiiiiiendiiig the ap
propriation of 855, 0U0 for the Vol
cano road, be adopted. Carried,
and ordered to be entered on yes
terday's minutes, the House having
had lio quorum on adjournment,
nr.i'OiiTs oi' ronti'iTi:r.s.
Noble Muller presented the unani
mous report of the eomnioreo coin
mitiee on the bill to create addi
tional ports ol entry at Kcalakekua,
recommending that the hill be in
definitely postponed, as there was
no necessity to justify the expense.
Laid on the lablo, on motion of
Rep. Waipuilani, to be considered
with the bill.
Noble liurehardl presented the
unanimous report oT the select com
mittee on the military bill, submit
ting an amended bill which they re
commend do past.
Laid on the table to be
cd with tho bill.
Noble Iiiirchnrdt read a
a bill to provide 5000 for
expenses of the Legislature.
On suspension of the iuIc, pass
ed to engrossment, to be read a
third time to-morrow.
Minister Peterson read a first time
his bill to declare certain lands to
be Crown lands and part nf the
Nuble Macfarlane moved a reso
lution that a select committee of five
be appointed to devise such meas
ures as may he practicable to pre
vent the cutting of trees along the
Volcano road. Adopted.
Rep. Waipuilani read a first and
second time by title bis bill to di
vide Honolulu into two taxation dis
tricts. He moved it be referred to
the finance committee.
Noble lJua moved it be indefinite
ly postponed. The introducer had
a good deal of cheek to come down
from Kona and attempt to cut Ho
nolulu district in two. If he wanted
to divide up Kona the case would
Rep. Waipuilani contended he had
a ughl to introduce any bill ne
deemed for the public benefit.
The bill was indefinitely postpon
ed, 18 to 12, and a motion to recon
ORDER OK THE DAY.
Second reading of a bill to open
roadi over the lands of those not
benefited thereby. Considered sec
tion by section.
The first section passed.
Minister Peterson, on the second
section being read, moved that the
bill be referred to the commerce
committee, as that committee had
several bills on this subject, with
some of which he thought this bill
conflicted. This was reported by
the judiciary committee as a substi
tute for the original, and it should
go to the commerce committee to be
considered with the kindred bills.
Rep. Brown did not think this bill
conflicted with the others, one of
which had been already passed.
Rep. Paehaole regarded the bill
as hard to understand the way it
was drawn. He feared it would
make great hardships among small
landholders, about Honolulu especi
ally. A person might claim a
twenty-four-foot road through an
other's house lot. He thought he
can point out where the bill eman
ated from. It was in the interest of
carters who wanted wide roads for
the entry of their carts. I'oor peo
ple could not defend themselves
against the expensive lawsuits that
would be engendered. Ho there
fore moved tho bill be indefinitely
Rep. Cummings supported refer
ence to the commerce committee.
Noble Widemann asked the ob
jecting member what was to be done
in the case of a kuleana across the
mouth of a valley, stopping access
to all the lots beyond?
Referred to commerce committee.
Second reading of bill to authorize
licenses for the retail of wines,
beers, and ales of low alcoholic
strength. Submitted as a substi
tute bill by the majority of the select
committee on liquor bills. Con
sidered with majority and minority
Noble J. M. Horner moved that
the minority report, recommending
Indefinite postponement, he adopted.
Rep. Richard moved that the bill
bo considered section by section.
Rep. Kanealii said that the bill
provided for the ruination of the
people, the absorption of their earn
ings, and an increase of perhaps a
hundred policemen on each island.
He could understand now why there
was such a general disposition to
muko all the district magistrates po
lice justices, They could see the
head of the animal now, hut would
sen more of him later, It provided
fur the bulo of mult liquor not
above lft pur cent alcolioliotmcngtli,
hut mice givd tlio muii u license mid
lie would mil ili'lnl; us Uong n it
Hon. Tlilri lull would Imucii iliu
fvteriulimiloii oi (lie liuvitUlim rtiuu.
Tliuru wit? no (IHlluiiliy now about
yttiiiuK nuy Mm) or liquor, lie nw
llU'liUUUri un HVuiy UQUJUMU VOINUli
ooiilniTiliiy llqiiuri fur nil purUuf
Iliu lilllUllQIII, Tl)l bill wud tilt)
iuuiihit imiUiitr of tho guiiiky lull
liiii UiUi uuuld mub Mpfluy Uj
UIUV UJUWlUjji Hf
until' ykaim iu un
Mm P Urn
IJUWU.UJLU, U. i
rw jJtmi1 w vww t t2,
jrould prevent demoralization of
their lebor, to vote down this bill.
Nohio Alnredun admired mot of
all In the hon. member fiom Wni
luku his itnng'ualion. The speaker
had twenty years' experience in the
otilcr districts. F.vcry vccl, as
had been said, catiiul liquor to the
other islands, and Portuguese and
Japanese had followed the Chinese
into the illicit Hade. There were
members in the House who could
bear him out in saiug that drunk
enness had decieascd in districts
when licensed saloons were opened.
This was because when there were
no licensed places, unlicensed deal
era sold rooster brandy and uioly
gi ub gin that killed. This bill was
drawn by pronounced prohibition
ists in Honolulu, who held that it
was a decided step towards temper
ance. In thu south of France where
wine-drinking prevailed there was
no drunkenness, while in the north
where brandy was made the evil
was common. Seventy-five thou
sand gallons of spirits wero taken
out of the Custom House last year,
most of which went to the other isl
ands. The speaker quoted prices
of brandy from 83 to St a dozen
and a brand of gin SI a dozen. Ho
displayed a bottle of brandy, saying
physicians told him half a bottle of
it on an empty stomach would he
liable to kill a man.
Noble ,1. M. Horner gave his Ten
uous for moving the indefinite post
ponient. lie opposed tho bill on
physical, moral, and financial
giounds. The quintessence of the
bill was ia the first two sectious,
which provided for the distribution
of wines and beers all over tho isl
ands. The rest was merely details.
There would be fifty of these places
for distributing this drink.
Noble Marsden Who told
there would be fifty?
Noble Horner You sit down.
When the saloon licenses were is
sued first there were only to be
three or four, but the number ran
up to about fifty. It was said that
this was a temperance measure. He
would believe this when convinced
that evil was good, that darkness
was light, and vice was righteous
ness. The hi&tory of saloons show
ed that their nature was onh; evil,
and the leopard cannot change his
spots, nor the Ethiopian his skin,
l'hese baloous put down the word
would be distributing points of
distress and poverty to the people.
They were not to supersede but to
supplement the saloons alreadj- in
existence. The increase in the con
sumption of wines and beets, and
decrease in that of stronger drinks,
had been accompanied by an in
crease in drunHctiness and crime.
Statistics in the report of the Chief
Justice showed that drunkenness
had increased, but these only referr
ed to evils that came before the
courts. There was a great deal
more damage done that never came
into the courts. The speaker cited
the cases of n drunken woman who
fell from her horse and lay sprawl
ing on the ground exposed to the
vulgar gaze, of another woman who
fell from a veranda in Honolulu and
broke her neck.
Noble Marsden Was it beer she
Noble Horner For anything the
hon. Noble knows, it was only soda
and sarsaparilla. If soda and sar-
saparilla had such effects, what
might not be expected from beer 15
percent alcoholic strength. Another
woman was pounded to death at
Diamond Head by drunken men.
The speaker mentioned a case at
Noble Marsden Is there a saloon
Noble Horner You just hold on
till I'm through, then you can
speak. Hundreds of Ilawaiiaus had
been sent to drunkard's graves by
the liquor business. There are four
strong men in Oaliu Jail for killing
one poor little Japanese. The way
in which justice had been vindica
ted in that case was an honor to the
country. If the life of this Japanese
was worth twenty thousand dollars,
what value should be set on the
hundreds of Hawaiians killed in
these licensed slaughter houses.
The King and themselves had the
power to stop the destruction, and
were responsible to the higher pow
ers. It was for the weak and the
innocent that he asked protection.
Rep. Rlckard called attention to
thu rulo limiting speakers to ten
minutes, saying the hon. Noble had
spoken fully half an hour.
JNoblu Marsden would voto for
giving him all the time he wanted.
Noblo Horner Thank you; I'll
give you tho same.
Noble Muller suggested recess.
Noble Horner, alter further re
marks, concluded by asking tho
House, earnestly and with energy,
to indefinitely postpone thu bill.
Recess from 1 1 ifiS to 1 :S0.
Applications for foreign mnnoy
ordent will be received ut tho Post
Oillco till 1 o'clock to-monow altor
B. Auitiulla will he duo
Frani'iu'o, and tlio 9, B,
from tlio Culonltm, to-
A. IA' tn laKn cliiugo nf niklniinuit
lluliitf I'uiinii iniiii bii iijkk ut
iuhMdu uliiiugi'. Aililrw 0. M "
(lik uflltw. fJUl
wmvn or inwiovAii,
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lufall'b'o for rcutu g, ItirlgnraMiK; J
lieauiif) itwj tl i..'t, tf lovlnj' n-url, dunJtulf,
mid nil filtiwlau nf tlu k. ilp, nr.it curlpi? i-rui.
tlora of U.fl eh'.n dir vm of Oi" jintnl", iiiUKle
sml Intenitrc-.M, ! ii rrtinlnir fluff. cnt,
liml'M, rj.M'ri'. cic. Tlio adl ."y ! I ween the
i,mmnbniE-ff wl. rH ernM!Hi' tlio Un and tho
k Imlr ?McU ilrev6 il GUi'-canco from tli! trlplo
eavf)ore l v? ry cloio. AlldittAMSof the nalr
ordinate la U,oM;!n of thehMid. If Iheporti
of the tcalp ire clawed, or If the blooil unci other
tlluldtdonntclrculate freely throned lh imall
vn'.12 vhlfli ium the rooli with moisture and
liuput lire to the Cli., the uult Ia Kmt,
iVitiJri it, 'l.rrlilmRof ;'j lm!r, !;ii.)m'- rti.tutss
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York for the Urst quarter of tho present year is reported to exceed Finr
Milmox Dou.ai:s. This is at the rate of tico hundred millions of assur
ana for the year, and ii unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
UsIn formation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his ofllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRiGHT,
Gtiiiflrnl Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assnranco Society
of tho U. S. Jan-1-90
1 Ka B id 3 Ea u
COR1SEK HOTKL &
lSf Ve beg to inform the public
sale at Reduced Prices.
BUY FANCY GOODS
Embroidery and Swiss Skirt Lengths will be sold at very low rate3
to make room for new stocks now on
the way from Europe.
CHEMISES, SKIRTd, NIGHTGOWNS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
GiDE&ams 10 Yarfls for $1 in Latest Patterns !
Just received latest patterns in Scrim, Madras, Lace Curtains
HOSIERY -:- HOSIERY
Ladies' & Children's Hosiery. Our groat specialty "BLACK DIAMOND
DYE," guaranteed fast colors.
DRESSED KID GLOVES. Also, just, received latest staples in Tidies and
Bureau Scarfs, Tublo Covers, Etc. Always on hand a largo stock of Ladies',
Ueui's and (Jhiluren's oboes.
Gent's lttrnislxing1 G-ood,
A full line of Dress, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, latest styles in Neckwear. A
largo variety of Boy's and Children's Suits.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Htreeta.
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarters at
No. SO FORT TrEEl?,
(Near the Castom House)
Wo aie now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any"V,,
of the following High Class Aerated Bevorages :
, SwHt, Lemon, Strawfierry or Ci Softa,
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron "Water, and Crab
Using exclusively tho HYATT VURE WATER SYSTEM.
OLLISTER & CO.,
FOUT STUKET. : :
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E. R. IlKNnp.y, President & Manager.
Goufkky BuowN, Secretary tfeTienhurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. SprecIu'.lM Itnnlt, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERB IN
Gsn'i Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havlluud China, plain and decorated; nud Wedgcwowl
I'iano, Library A Stand Lamja, Chandeliers & Eloclolieru,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete xiuortm'l oi Drills it Files,
The "Uttxollu" 3-wheeled RidliiK
llluebuard Uli-o Plow, I'lantors' Steel it Uoonoueoked Hoaa,
LAUD, OVLIKDKU, KKU09ENE, LlNriKKO, v ')
I'aluie, Vaiulklion A llruslion, MiiuIIa V BUal 1oto,
H.VNDLKti 01' ALL KINDS,
.UCoNOt IS.oho, l'Xuyo,
KUUIlltK, W1HK-UOUNJ) o mipeilur stirtllty, A HTKAM,
AkU Irui) Wnio, Silvor I'lulutl Wain, Table A Pookul OiiHary,
twili!r fbnt A (hi, Tim 0ulubr4iml"0iil" MaoliliiO'londitf Millhl&ti
uuirt" m muv ur l'lnti you M m,
mum' iw p ' A wA $i
UM8 iWC Vmmm utAii
FOltT STREETS .
we place our entire Btocl: for
: : :
John Ena, Vice-PresldentJ
Cecil Buoto, Auditor.
Of EM DESCRIPTION
Plow fc Equalizer,
i,mUIiu n,it Drill-
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