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NO. 77 FORT
First Annual Cash Clearance Sale I
Commencing Monday, Aug. 18th, for Two Weeks only.
Great Kednction in all Departments to make room for Goods to arrive
Calicos, 'J'J yards for .f I. Blnck Cashmere atui Meriting, '10c
Gingham, 10 and 12 y,ud ., .. oTte.o 10c- yard
Sateens, 7 yards for $1. aud npwatds.
Table Linen, Xiitkklim, TowcIh, NIuhmIiium, Ktv. Kf.,
Ladies' A Ohildien's Hosiery Hand
Embroideries Glove.", Mitt. 1Mb
OO FOBT SXltJElSOC.
11AVK JUST HECKIVKD A VERY I.AHOK ASSORTMENT OF
Dressed & Undressed Kid Gloves
IN ALL LENGTHS.
GOBTAIHS IN LACE, SCSI, MADRAS k ANTIQUE
In Great Variety. Now Goods in all Department.
tJ& Our Dressmaking Department under tbe management of MISS
(ILAKlv will I in re-opened about May 12th.
We Desire to Gall
for Lubi lotting the Valves and
i&V RcniRTFapn .
VALVOMNE is an earth oil specially prepared under the hiyhent strain
2ieat.aud from which all volatile and earthy matter has been expelled by a
process which leaves a pure and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and pisfoa packing perfectly clean. This
was the first-Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and has been in con
stant use over eighteen years.
45"We slso manufiin.ttire Sujierior Machine and Spindle Oils for nil
classes of- nlnriiinery.
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M AN UFAOTUKEHS.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. COi fJm
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Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPS and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
Sheet, Iron Work.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AU1SN.T&,
MM iiiul General Hardware, Agricultural. Implements
411.0 USE FURNISHING GOODS!
Klicliuii Uluiixilri, l'iMll( Oll, VhliiUht, Uuip OoihIm ami
iMfi litiii ?mh Wislou's ceiilrltjijalt,
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Luces, Ladies' Ohcmiho, Skills,
in Black l.nee
Your Attention To
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Tlie House resumed at 1:40.
Noble Walbridge stated that the
committee had made every effort to
obtain information on the subject of
thin bill, and had Invited everyone
interested to be present. Tbe com
mittee believed the bill to be a step
in the direction of temperance. The
isue of these licenses would tend to
prevent the excessive use of spirits.
The committee bad had analyses
made, which were wrong for some
inexplicable reanon. The beer aver
aged only about, 4- per cent alco
holic strength instead of 3 or 9,
Bass' Ale only 8 or 9, instead of 19
per cent as reported.
Rep. Knudsen knew very well
that uo one there would want any
thing to harm the country. Noble
Marsden wanted the jjood of the
country as much as he did but no
more. The only difference was that
the lion. Noble" looked to whiskey
glasses, and ho to water glasses.
The first bill provided for 10 saloons
iu Honolulu and three for each judi
cial district. That was about a hun
dred. Noble Marsden's bill pro
vided for making the number un
limited. They had a license in his
district of Waiinca (Kauai) and
every Saturday night it was howling
and people were lying drunk on the
roadside. A petition wa3 sent to
the Minister of the Interior, in ac
cordance with which he took away
the license. Since then there was
no more howling, nobody lying dead
drunk on tbe road. Under this bill
there would be ten saloons in Wal
mea, for it was rich and had five
plantations. They did not want,
any. A gentlemon went up there
from Honolulu with a petition to re
new the saloon license, but he could
not get signatures to it. Perhaps
the people of Honolulu wanted sa
loons but he doubted it. If they
took the vote of all the people, and
allowed the women to vote, he did
not think Honolulu would have any
saloons. There was nothing good
to be seen in saloon you would
see some tipsy, some half tipsy,
some excited. You put down your
Kalakaun dollar and got fire water
in return. Beer 'was not good; get
English beer right from home, and
it was ndt good, it was mixed with
stuff to tickle your throat. He did
noti believe in offering cheap licenses
to sell beer and wine. -That was not
the way to make people temperate.
Ton don't stop stealing by stealing,
or any other crime by commission.
The bill should he indefinitely post
poned. Noble Marsden fully agreed with
all that the hou. members had said
about the evils of intemperance. He
considered that Noble Horner made
a powerful argument in behalf of
this bill. Neither of the gentlemen
opposing it hnd said anything about
the illicit traffic going on under
their noses. Rep. ICnudsen did not
see them, but his men got drunk all
Rep. I'aehaohi moved, and it was
carried, that the bill be considered
section by section.
Noble Walbridge. on the first sec
tion being read, moved to amend it
by inserting "9" instead of "15"
as the alcoholic strength of beers
and ales. The committee had made
a mistake in the analyses submitted
to them, but, on very good author
ity, he was informed that;ari Ameri
can beer was on the market of 4 J
per cent, and English Bass's ale of
8 to 8 per cent.
Noble Muller moved that tbe test
be the same as in the original bill, C
per cent in Honolulu, and 3 per cent
in the outer districts.
Noble Baldwin moved, that the
section be ""indefinitely; postponed.
He believed that 'if it could be
strictly- carried, out it would carry
much of the benefits claimed by its
advocates". But he did not believe
it could be enforced strictly. Under
tbe present law., with saloon licenses
at $1000, tbe saloons in the country
districts ignored the legal condi
tions. That was considered as good
a license law when it was framed as
any that could be made and yet it
was not enforced. There was illicit
selling, going on. now. Men were
seen entering Chinese coffee nbops
and coming out drunk, yet it was
seldom there was a conviction.
Hotr would it be, then, when men
went into these beer saloons und got
drunk on "rooster" brandy, such aH
that Noble Marsden showed tbe
House? They could claim they were
made drunk on wine and beer, and,
there being no anti-screen law, no
thing could be proved to the con
trary. This bill by Its cheap license
fee of 82f0 would enable saloons to
be opened in places that could not
afford them under a thousand-dollar
license. Ho wiib opposed to beer
iiml wine saloons anyway. Thoy
were a school for children to acquire
a tuiite for harder drinks. The hou.
Nnhle (Mursden) or any other mem
ber, ho was Hiiro, would not wont to
neo their children going Into unph
places. All who hud tin tilolin or
the native Hawaiian should vote
ujrninut tlito MIL
Noble Munition linld tliut llio
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amendment to eiclude Honolulu,
Wailuku, Kohalu and ililo, from
the provisions of the bill. Those
places have saloons paying 81000
license, and it would, not be fair to
allow wine and beer shops, at n
license fee of $260, to compete with
them. Some member might he
disposed to move an amendment to
this, exempting Honolulu for a cer
tain radius from the city propir, but
he did not care to do so.
Noble Kauhatie had promised his
constituents he would oppose any
bill of this kind. There seemed to
be a disposition to pass sileli n bill,
but a license should not bo granted
in a district against tlie'vribhca of
the people. He would therefore
move an amendment that no license
be granted except on the petition of
one thousand residents. The plan
ters in Kau had taken the matter in
their owu hands. When anybody
sent to Honolulu for beer he had to
notify the storekeeper at the land
ing, and when the package arrived
it was opened and if found to con
tain spirits had to be reshipped to
Honolulu. Certainly nououy in
Kau would ask for a license, but
some outsider might and therefore
be asked that the license should
only be granted on the petition of a
large number of people.
Rep. White asked if Noble Isen
berg could inform the House wheth
er H. Hackfcld & Co. did not bavc
15,000 cases of "Monogram" gin in
the Custom House.
The President ruled that he had
no right to ask an' such question.
Rep. White had, listened with a
great deal of pleasure to the speseh
of the lion. Noble from Hamakua.
It was the best effort he had ever
heard in that line, putting Mr. Hel
enback in the shade. The hqn No
ble ought to give up uugar cane
planting and go temperance lectur
ing. He had given, up drinking five
years ago, put if they were going to
nave good, healthy beer he might
begin again. Beer seemed to agree
with Noble Marsden and with Ser-geaut-at-arms
Nowlein. Noble Bald
win should not drink if he did hot
like, but he ought to allow his
neighbor to do as he'pleased. He
was in favor ,of the first seetl6n as
amended by Rep. Brown. i
Noble Isenberg protested against
the speaker's use of the name of H.
Ilackfeld & Co.
Noble Burchavdt moved an amend
ment that.no license be granted for
any shop within two miles of any
saloon now licepsed.
Noble Isenberg'said that the use
of all kinds of .strohgilrink through
out! the Islands was ' working tlie
ruination of the Hawaiian race. Cal
ifornia wines caused jUBt as much
drunkenness as gin.
Noble Marsden I say not.
Noble Isenberg I say they do.
If you can make a law that .will
stop the sale of drink altogether I
will vote for it, but that would be
impossible. There is a law to keep
opium out, but it still comes in.
Whether there is license or not
liquor will be sold. The Portuguese
oh the plantations are getting it and
they are selling. A policb officer
told me that the starting of a saloon
at Wailuku did not stop unlawful
selling, and one of thesaloonkoepero
there told me the same, thing. . I
would vote for this bill if I thought
it would lessen the drinking of
strong liquors, but as I do not think
so I will vote against it.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox cautioned the
House against rashness in consider
ing such a measure.
Rep. Nawahi moved an amend
ment providing that not more than
two licenses shall be granted outside
oi uistnuiN w nc re wuoiesuie ana re
tall licenses are granted
Noble J. M. Horner thought they
should not open any more gates but
shut some that are now open. All.
agreed tuat urunuenness was an
evil., A petition (had oeen received
from four or five hundred natj'ves,
asking that no, more licenses, being
granted. This was greatly .to the
credit of the natives, as he did not
think any similar petition: had, come
from white men. One petition came
from Hamakua signed;by a, hundred,
persons, againBt more licenses be
granted, so that the Noble' 'fromi'
Hamakua who Was asking ,for more
licenses was not acting according to'
the wishes of the people' of his dis
trict. The natives Jiad beeri told
that, if they voted for Horner he
would stop all thejr beer .arid gin.
They replied that they liked rum
but it was not good for them, and
they voted for him. The drink pro
vided for in this bill was drunk
drink. Whatever the percentage of
alcohol it was poison. Tho .natives
would drink enough of it to make
them drunk, as thoy were not satis
fled with a drink like a white man
they had to fill up with a drink.
Minister Brown had as great a
horror of drunkenues. as anybody.
A liftbitual drunkard was better out
of tho world than in it. The object
of this bill was to promote the con
sumption of beer and wine In place
of tho stronger liquors, This lie
thought would ho the effect of the
hill, Opponents of tho removal of
the restrictions on the nolo of liquor
to llmvniliuis said that it would
natiHu tui cuommiiR Inoreftw of
tlriinkoiiucNH, Tills had not linen
the round, 'flipi for few diy
lhuru went (ufuugsim, hut ho did not
think thorn wo no innuli drunken
nolo lo-duy iih t hun. it wim wn
known tint I'MMi'tui did not uo into
Nlo9ii, mill If thoy Old lh lfeopnr
wn not iiolfiff Id fli llio lieuyy
iinilt fur the ikf) of Hllntf w
tipiiU' worth of Honor, Tli niiivlr
mm.oi m WIIimimwI will sifaiiifiil
Rep, Knudsen did not belltvo a
district should have a license ogalnst
the wishevof its people. He moved
nn amendment providing that no
license shall be granted except on
petition of more than one-half tho
residents of the districts.
Rep. Brown accepted the amend
mnnt of Noble Burchnrdt.
Rep. Hooknno favored the amend
ment of Noble Burchnrdt. He alio
moved to strike out "discretion" of
the Minister of Interior in granting
Noble von Tempsky moved the
previous question, which carried.
The motion to indefinitely post
pone the section was lost
Noble Marsden accepted Rep.
Knudsen's amendment requiring: a
petition of a majority of residents,
but stated it as "two-thirds of tho
voters." Being corrected he said he
meant a majority.
Noble Baldwin would move the
amendment Just suggested by Noble
Marsden, that no license be issued
unless requested by two-thirds of
Noble Walbridge's amendment
making thealcoholic strength of beer
nine percent passed.
Noble Burchardt's amendment,
the two-mile limit, passed.
Rep. Knudsen's majority amend
Rep. llopkano's amendment strik
ing put "discretion" passed.
The section passed as amended.
The House adjourned at 3:55
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