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OAlliX tfinJLdSTLTV t HOHOIiOLO, J. '!., SEPTEMBER 36, 1890.
NO. 77 F011T
First Annual Cash Clearance Sale I
Commencing Monday, Aug. 18th, for Two Weeks only.
Great Reduction in all Departments to make room for Goods to arrive
Calico, 2- yards tor if 1
Gingham, 10 and VI yards tin M
Sateens, 7 yauls for $1,
Tabic Linen, Napkins, 'I'oweU. Slu'ithM. Kt, V.U,
Ladle' A Childien's Hosiery Hand
Kmbinideries GImm-n, Mitt, Uib
B. F. EHLEES &
JS FOKT SM'A-tXOlirj'.
it ivi: itii i:itfhivi:i a r.uv IiAkok AKso)iTMr..vr or
Dressed & Undressed Kid Gloves
CMS IN UCUClE 'IMS & ANTIQUE
In Great Variety. New (loods in all Depaitinenl-.
08" Our Dressmaking Department under the management of MISS
CLARK will bo re-opened about May lath.
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We Desire to Call Your Attention To
Tor Lubiicating tho Valves and Cylinders of Steam Engines.
VALYOLINK is an earth oil specially prepared under tho highest steam
heat and from which all volatile and earthy matter has been expelled by a
process which leaves a pure and heavy oil, which prevents tho eating awaj
of bolt and keeps the cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. Thit
was the iirst Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and has been in con
btant use over eighteen years.
WWe also manufacture Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
elafles of machiuniy.
Xjeonnx'cl $c DSllis,
HONOLULU IRON WORES CO., Sole Agents. coi 3m
Dimonrt Bloclr," Nos.
ri P9KSttBtffjtimB flH&ft-?F' JE'Jtfl&if feiw irt iili r4 HiV
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TBI, "COPPER AMD
a Sheet Iron Work.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
Builders' aud General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
I'l.A tVPA'riOr MlH'I'hJ JOf,
(jHriu'iitcrh', nincVhiiilths', rkfiiishUilHtn .v. Plumbem' Tuii1,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Ivitolicn UnniiHi(, J'nlntH, Oik YHiiiMirn, ,uny Ooods ami
VHES! J Dili i IlUaLon mu Mm
Muck (.laehmere and M erine., -10c
yard and upwatds.
Colored Wool Dres Good". 1 0c yard
Luces, Luil if:
S &, O Kiner Street.
and Tin Ware
IViii G. Irwin "ft Company,
oi itn rou saw:
X-iiwio Ar, 0 iiAOs.it.
PARAfflNF PA1MI GUYS
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covflrloft, all sizes.
UU01C & OUrjAWDTH
High Grade Ckmicul Giae Manna
And CLOY FKS.
Fail bunk OHiiniiiji Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN liAKRKLS.
iS It uSfflilMS
PATENT IDEAL SOOFIM,
Aud SHEATHING PAPERS.
PAK-AFFlNE PAINT CO.,
Win. G, IRWIN k COMPANY,
Sole Agent-!, for the Hawaiian Island".
No. Z P. & B. Paint is especially adapt
ed for bridge work (wood or iron; and
smokestacks, and has been used for
these purposes at Panutmu for the past
four years, giving great satisfaction.
No. 3 P. & B. Paint for fence posts or
for any wood or timber used under
ground' or submerged, being a protec
tion against all marine parasites or
water, also for foundation timbers.
Idcd Root Paint. Colors: Bed, Brown
and Black Is Hit best in the market
for Iron, tin or ?hingle ronf'i.
P. h B. rieclricsl ConiDPiuid. This ar
ticle for affording peifeef. Insulation h
without an e(iial and ban obtained re
cognition by the l.trgest electric light
companies and maniitacturer ot insu
Ideal Roofiinrj Si Sidiny. Colors : IJrown
or lilaek. Adapted lor steep or flat
roofs. Can be laid by anyone without
t)SS' All the above
lately tasteless and
tain no coal tar.
articles are abso
oderleis aud eon-
I" For circulars or other
Hon apply to the Agents.
Just Received !
K. "AdunW .v "Isenbei-";'
Cs. hidiiijbv Brandy,
Cs. Fine Irish &ScotcliWliiskey
Cudn Kxlra Khie Sheiry,
Ouit'i Dry .: Sweet Clariiipagiio,
Os. Italian Vermouth,
Cuiaeoa, AIhIiuIiu, Lie., Kle,
Prize Medal Paris Cxpositiou.
5y- The Itesl
bears .St. I.ouli
Deer In I lie uiiukct
and .Mllwaulcee all
BUFFALO BEER !
t&" Ilrewi'd and notilml lu Hunra
iiuuito, ilni'r uml I'lii'iiiii'r limn Fiedilel,
Imigiiud Wlnlaiid Culifoiiilii Ileuri
i on ill iiv
Hawaiian Wine Go
till FiKWi. lliunvh, Mmuiut'i-
f 1 LEGISLATURE.
Committee of the whole resumed
at 1 :4U, Rep. linker taking tho
Kep. Nawalii was in favor in pass
ing the item, but the amount bor
rowed wusV 18,000 instead of $,
000, the latter having been spent
before the invcUirjation ot the com
mittee. That item should therefore
pa.s at S 1.1,000. If the Ciovotntnont.
would take over l'oter Lee's road on
the oilier sidp, one could drive in a
carriage from llilo to YVuiohinu.
Tlii9 would be a groat public benn
lit. lie believed in puiliing the
road to cotnpletion.
Rep. Lucas was not in favor of
voting a five-cent piece for finishing
the road from llilo to the Volcauo.
But he did believe in appropria
ting sulllcicnt to repay those linns
who lind advanced money to the
lute Minister, the big-headed man,
to extend the work. He would vote
the money to these Ministers to re
pay that, loan, because there won no
moic "1 am" willt the present .Min
istry, bill it was now, "Wis are."
Therefore he proposed to stand by
these Ministers. (Applause.) The
Volcano road was of no earthly good
to anybody but the relations of the
ex-Minister with the big head. The
road was not any more needed than
a road from heaven to well, he.
was going to say something bad, but
He wouldn't. Jt has cost over StO,
000 so- far, and $55,000 more was
wanted to complete it, for which he
did not believe it, could be done, lie
would not vote one dollar not one
bean for finishing the road. Tina
Appropriation Hill was not got up
by the present Ministry. They took
it, not because they like it, but be
cause it was hand)'. (Laughter.)
Every now and then the Minister of
Finance, or the Minister of the In
terior would get up and say some
thing should be changed. We are
on top now, we weren't then.
(Laughter.) Some of the members
did not like to hear these things, but
they were facts all the same.
There's Noble Cornwall going out
with his hands down. lie doesn't
like it, because, I suppose, he is
another of Mr. Thurston's pets.
He would move that 813,000 be ap
propriated for paying those gentle
men the money advanced.
Rep. Waipuilani moved that the
item pass at 55,000, to be divided
as follows: Completion of Volcano
road, S3G,500; Wilder Steamship
Co., 7500; W. G. Irwin & Co.,
7500; Castle & Cooke, l'500;
Robinson & Dillingham, $1000.
Rep. Rickard did not favor voting
any more than the amount in the
bill. Tho road need not be so wide
the rest of the way as the part al
ready built. It was not a great pub
lic necessity, like a road to connect
Kohala and Ilavnakua.
Rep. Paehaolo said no one would
deny that the road would be a great
public benefit, increasing the value
of taxable property. lie doubted
if the amount proposed would be
enough, and 55,000 should be
voted for the road exclusive ol tho
Noble Midler said the money
would have to come out of the
Postat Savings Bank. The $18,000
should not be inserted in this sec
tion, as there was to be no return
expected from it. This Volcano
road could not be considered a re
productive work like ihe proposed
water-works in different places, and
its cost should therefore not come
out of loan funds.
Noble J. M. Horner said this
Legislature certainly should not be
classed as old fogy. It has shown
itself to be in favor of developing
the country. He had rejoiced when
he saw the countenance of the House
change with regard to the railway
bill. They could incur this respon
sibility and talcn the risk of being
able to repay the loan some day.
There were the finest coffee lauds he
had ever seen along the line of this
road, and in his mind's eye he al
ready saw the most beautiful colfeo
thriving on each side. Lots of
excellent land existed on every side
of the Volcano, which the road would
open up. Let them keep on devel
oping the country. Vote this 05,
000 to the Government, as ihey said
they could do the work cheaper than
their predecessors. They ought to
do so, as they had Peter Lee at
their back, who had been ready to
build tho wholo road for 30,000.
Rep, White did not bellevo in
voting an excessivo appropriation.
The first part of the road wns of
course the most expensive, and tho
rest would not cost so much in pro
portion to length. If thoy voted
jnoro than was needed, it would re
sult tho same as when pigs were
given too uiijdh feed they wasted
the fiiirplus, However largo a sum
thoy voted, tliey might depend on
It that (lie Ministry would upend the
whole amount, Tho monoy advanc
ed by those Ilium should not bo an.
proprlutml, us tho House should
mark Its disapproval of the Illegal
IniiisiKilloii, II this money wiit iu
paid, then Die Uliellku funeral is
ulimilil ln pulil, If till money was
mlviiiiuiid In goml fiilili, so wurn
tlio gouiU mjIiI for Unit fiiiiPinl. Mo
lliogrili(J,UUU would iHiwiillldii'iil,
Dill) IJIDVWI it till IMIIQiml by il)
MtirltuJ, hut hullilim to innay tlin
kua redlctilcd what h seomed to
think was the myth of Peter Lee.
Noblo Horner denied having
spoken In that way. Ho had simply
suggested that tho Government
should engage the services of Peter
Noblo Macfarlane was prepared
to show that the road could at least
have been built more economically
titan it was.
Noble Horner said he wanted to
have the voad completed, without
digging into the past.
Noble Maufarlane Well, 1 pro
pose to dn some digging.
Noble Homer Dig away.
Noblo Macfarlano said fheru were
undoubtedly fiauds in road returns,
aud he believed that the grossest
frauds were perpetrated on the Vol
cano road. He displayed the pay
rolls of the road, showing that thoy
were not certified in the manner pro
scribed by law. Noble Horner or
anybody else might scout the idea
of Peter Lee being able to build the
road for less than it had cost, but lie
was satisfied that the work had been
conducted extravagantly, atid large
amounts of money wasted under
cover of fraudulent returns. A
Superintendent of Public Works who
would accept vouchers that would
not pass in a business house wat not
fit for his position.
Rep. Nawalii had no doubt there
had been grave irregularities, but
did not believe in continually harp
ing on tho-jo things. What was
wanted was to have the road com
pleted. Noble Baldwin, in denying that he
had uttered sentiments attributed to
him by Rep. White, re-stated his
position. He had said that the ex
Minister did not do right in getting
the advance, but that the question
now should not bo considered as to
whether or not the money was ad
vanced in good faith. To do so
would at once get them into hot
water. They should rather treat
this advanced as a new appropria
tion, nobody doubting that the
money had been expended on the
road. He looked on it pretty much
in the same light as Peter Lee's
road, which was built without
authority of law, but which the
Ministry was considering the advis
ability of taking over as a public
Rep. Hookano thought the House
was very economical when it came
to voting money for necessary roads
in Kohala and Hamakua, but was
suddenly struck with liberality when
any new and fanciful scheme was
presented. This road would only
benefit the owners of the Volcano
House, the owners of horses and
carriages to hire, and a few tourists.
The part of the road next the Vol
cano would not cost so much as the
select committee estimated, and he
therefore supported the motion to
pass the item at 55,000, including
the amount borrowed.
About a dozen motions were stated
by the Chair, and several of them
The item of $55,000 for complet
ing the road passed by 31 to 9.
Rep. Nawahi, on the loan item
being put, raised the point of order
that the $55,000 was all that could
be voted. Those firms had advanced
the money with their eyes open and
should take the consequences. He
did not believe the House should
Rep. R. W. Wilcox spoke without
Rep. Paehaolo said tiie finance
committee did not say Hie money
should not be repaid.
Rep. Kancalii spoke.
Rep. Brown submitted the point
that an indemnity bill was only em
ployed after a Ministry had expend
ed money, whereas in "this case the
vote was to authorize the Ministry
to expend money.
Rep. Hookano made further re
marks. Rep. Nawahi held that the diffi
culty was whether the item was to
be inserted in the third section now,
or among the fixed expenditures
elsewhere on third reading.
Rep. White was speaking, when
the committee found itself without
a quorum, many of the members
haviug withdrawn to the lobbies.
President Walker advanced to
the chair, and taking the gavel in
hand said, "The committee will rise
with tho privilege of sitting again."
The House adjourned at 4 :25.
Per Schooner "Olga."
KOit sau; hy
J. F, COLBURN & GO.
Straw Hat Sale
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f 1. G Ml & CO,
in. G. Irwin. . President .V. Malinger
Olum y pi ecki1 Vice-President
Walter M. Olffaril
.Si cretarv & Treasurer
Then. 0. Porter Auditor
SUG All FACTORS
Am. NTs or Ttm
Oceanic 8Miip Const,
or Sun frYanrtrtfu. C'nl.
lS5s-Win. G. Irwin & Co.. (L'd). have
assumed the assets and liabilities of Ihe
late linn of Win. G. Irwin A; Co., aud
will continue the general business
foriueily eairletlon by that house.
IS hereby given, to all persons that at
a meeting of tho shareholders of
Win. G. Irwin & Co.. (Id). held on
tho 31st day of July, 18!)0, It was voted
to accept the Charter of Incorporation
dated .July 21. 1S0, and granted to
tliem aud ilielraboeiatesanG suecessois
under Ihe corporate name and style of
VVm. G. Irwin &. Co.. Limited.
And that the Corporation under said
Charter was duly organized, and elected
tho following mimed olileers, viz:
Piesldout it Manager
William G. Irwin,
Vice-President. . . . Claus SpreekeU,
Secretary & Trpasiuer
". W. M. Glffard,
Auditor T. C. Porter.
Notice Is alo given that, pursuant, to
the tcnni of said Charter, no stock
holder shall bo Individually liable for
the debts of the Corporation, beyond
the amount which shall be due upon
the share or shares owned or held by
himself. W. M. GII'TAKD,
Secretary Win. G. Irwin it Co., L'd.
The unduMgnul having been appointed
sole agents for tin; Hawaiian
Per the Celebrated
From the works of
Biirnham, Parry, Williams Sl Co.,
Are now prepared to give estimates and
receive orders for tliee engines, of any
size ami stvle.
The Hai.uwijj Locomotivj: Woiikb are
now inanuluctiiring a style of Locomo
tive particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been
received at these Islands, and we will
have plcamrc in furnishing plantation
agents and managers with particulars
The superiority of these Locomotives
over all ol her makes is not only known
hore but is acknowledged throughout
the United States.
Win. G. IRWIN & Co.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
4fi3 (1.124 w.ly
A Cure for Influenza I
DR. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of the best remedies
ever prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, and a great relief to
whooping cough aud throat affection.
Ask for Dr. Lozior' Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial fold at
HOLLISTER & CO'S.,
And BKXejON, SMITH & CO'S.
1'ont 1 monlals i
I liud your "Cherry Cordial" the best
medicine we have ever used for coughs,
colds and lung trouble. All of our Na
tives, Portuguese, Chinese andJapaneso
will use no other. I use nothing else in
my own family. Yours truly,
O. A. CHAPIN,
-Manager Kohala Sugar Co.
Wo have sold a largo quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
Btore, both at Kealla and Kapaa, aud
can cheerfully ruconimaud It forbiou
Very respectfully yours,
Oko K. FAinOIIILD,
00,1 tf Treasurer Makeo Sugar Co.
E. B. THOMAS,
Contractor ,ggg2 & Builder.
Estimate Cllvon on Brick, Iron. Stone &
Wocdon Building, Jobbing
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Muiblo 1)111, Wire T.ulli,
California Worth Ueacli & Santa Cm
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Vuui!liinili tt)ll'IUil Of UialuilrtO
OcsffiiG fiteaistiiii Comfy.
From Spm Frtincisoo.
Leave Duo M.
S. V. Honolulu
Aliiiiuflii Sept. ii(), . . .Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zealsuiiliii Nov J.r Nov i!2
Alameda Dec 13 Deo 20
For San Fninoisoo.
Leave Duo at
Mariposa Sept .'( Sept '2D
Zcaian'diu Oct. 1 Oe., IS
Alameda Oel 211 Nov 15
MaripoHi Xov 20 . . . l)w 13
Zealandia Dm: 21 Inn 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F,
Friday . . Sept 12
Fiiday. ..Oct 10
Friday. . Nov 7
Friday. . . Dec .'
Friday . . Sept 20
Fridnv. . . Oct 21
Friday... Xov 21
I'Yidiiy ..Deo 13
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Of UiuURcamei-tenm tilpCninpauv, ih
he due at Honolulu from 8ydne.
mid Auckland (in ot hIioi'u ' '
Sept. 0, J8S0.,
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mails and passengers on or ir'mtit Mint"'
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war. g. jhwxS ft co akis.
For -Sydney anil Aticfciant.,'
rite new and flno Al steel steMcnhin
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Franciseo on or about
Sept. 27, ( 8S0.
Ind will have prompt dii-patch with
uails and pbsengeis for theubove ports.
For freight or passage, having SU
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Graduate MeGill College, Mont
Residence: Hotel street, opposite
Ofllee: At the Hawaiian Hotel Sta
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N. B. First-clas acommodatloiis for
patients at the Hawaiian Hotel Stablet.
No. 39 Nuusno St. P, 0. Box 267.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had 10 years experience In
tho buslucs3, I am prepared to manu
factuio to order fashlonablo liiiud
Bcwed Ladles' fie Gentlemen's Hoots &
Shoes. Also, French & American BpotB
& Shoes received by every steamer.
PrlceB reasonable. 1 solicit your pat
ronage B9 jm
A NATURAL Mineral Water. Foi
sale only by
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bole Agout & Importer for the Jln
wallan Islands, 023 tf
CHEW Motley'H & Co.'h Ivnnhou
Natural Leaf Tobacco, positively
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