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JJA1LJ J31TLLJ5T1.N ;. JbtUWULULU, M. I., SEPTKMBEB 30 iw.
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SATURDAY, SEPT. 20, 18U0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tnlio Effort Aimunt R04 ItMIO.
A.M. I-.M. 1M.
1 : tfi 5
2 M'J 0
LOCAL aCEHtRAL HEWS.
Mn. Slillman, who nrriveil by tlto
Australia, Is n retired Cuban plmilt-i.
! THE LEfilSLATIE.
II aiit t Co. announce now imd
choice lot of sweety und table ltix
urien. Mn. N. S. Sachs is ofl'eiioK icin
nants of goods in vnrit-in depart
ments at half pi ice.
Mh. W. S. Maliby, the cyclist, will
give an exhibition of his skill ill the
Opcia House Tuesday evening.
A FEori.n'fi excursion train loaves
for the Evvn plantation nt 1:15. Thn
enterprise U at woik pumping fioin
Saturdays and Mondays only.
X Satin days only.
Stmr Mokolll fioni MoloL-al
Htiiu Iwahuil for Kau. at 8:!!0 u in
Bktuo Amelia, W Newhall, for Xaiia-
S S Miulposa, llayw.ud, for Sau Fiau-
elsco at 12 in
Tun Auckland Herald report- the
arrival of the U. 8, S. Mohican at
that port from Sydney. She is com
ing to Honolulu via Snmo.i.
Dr.. Trousseau has a timely none-
eKewhere suggesting the ooutse to
boj pursued by those visiting hiH Os
trich farm at Ivapiolani Park
VESSELS LEAVlNC MONDAY.
Stmr I.cbua for Nun and Iliikalau at 4
Stmr Waiulcule for Lalmlna and Hama-
kim at 10 a m
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at C p m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W O Hall 25 head cattle. 37 bags
coffee, 30 hag's aw a, 48 green hides,
5J b.igs hides, 4 horses, 110 pkgs
Stmr Mokolll 79 bag sugar, 1C head
cattle, 0 enh e-, 1 10 cheep, 1 horse
and 1 mule.
F0REIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II B M Flagship Wurspitc fiotn Biltilsh
JVm bk Albert, Winding, from San
Ftutieisco due Aug 4
Br bk Bilker Horn Loudon, sailed Apr
11, due Aug 25
Br bk Ghvan from Liverpool, sailed
A l.i ladicH, who aie interested in
the fair for the new Sailors' Hotm-,
will please meet at the . M. O. A.
hall, on Tuesday net, nt 10-30
Tun San FianeNen Call of Sept.
12th, contains, an aiticle on "Biainy
Women of the Time"," by Ruth
Wind, who is nt prcont visiting
Tun band concert at the Hotel
last night was largely attended. For
eign visitois expressed gicat admir
ation of the music both instrumental
Thib evening at 7 o'clock Mr.
Lewis J. Levey will sell fine oil paint
ings, statuary, choice glassware,
plated ware and a largo assortment
of fancy goodH. All goods on exhi
bition this afternoon.
For Kauai per stmr Kaala, Sep 19
Jlous W 11 Rice, l'.iul lseubeig, G X
Wilcox anil A S lleox.
Fiom Molokui per stmr Mokolll, Sept
20-i-MrsD MeCoiriston, Misses liettlm
anil 1 Ian n uh Meyer, and 25 deck.
For the Voleaur per stmr Iwalanl,
Sept 20 Capt Houdlctte, Mr Overcnd,
W Bubcock and son, Sidney Clement
son and wife, J V. Pond, U B Scaly, O &
Stilhnun, Thus W Sloeum, und another.
For ban Franebco per S S Mailposa,
Sept 20 Hon S M Damon, W D h. Gib
son, Cant Matson, Mrs McGuIre and
son, Miss L Grace, J I Dowsett, jr, C
Klbllng, wife und child, Dr J H Kim
ball, Wm Walteis. E U Waterhouse, II
Gunn, Mis F W Mc hesnev, A F
Hopke, F Tumi, K Davis, F llfcks and
wifi , Mr Clayton Glynn, A Bums, L
MeBrayne, E Wilght and wife, G C
Keuiick, Jas Robertson, F Panlvr, Jus
Kuupp, Richuid Knupp, & Decker and 7
The American bktue Amelia, Captain
"W Newhall, (jailed to-day for Nanuimo
The stmr Kaala sailed for Nawiliwlll
last evening with four cabin passengeis.
Stie w ill leiurn with thcin on Monday
The stmr Iwalanl sailed this morning
tor Kau, taking 11 cabin passengeis for
the Volcano. The steamer Waialeale
will take her route next Monday morning.
DESHA AtXapoopoo, Hawaii, Mary
Kaukopuu, aged 2C years, w lie of
Itev. Stephen L. Desha, and daugh
ter of Mr. S. Kekumano.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
The venerable form of Mr. Kui
helani, an old-time legislator and
"life" Noble before the revolution,
lias frequently appeared in the visi
tors' row the past few days. He
looks very frail and his hair and
beanl are while as snow.
The Tax Assessor for the Distiict
of Kona, Oahu, gives notice of the
opening of the tax books of the dis
trict for the inspection of all persons
liable to tuxation from September
20th to October 1, 1890.
Hons. P. Iscnborg, G. N. Wilcox
and A. S. Wilcox chartered the
steamer Kaala, after the Houso ad
journed yesterday afternoon, to take
them home to the "garden isle," re
turning Monday morning.
A despatch to the New Zealand
Herald says that Sister Hose Gertrude
has petitioned the Pope asking him
to prevent missionaries fiom hinder
ing her in her work. The despatch
calls the Sister the Supeiioresbof the
Mns. Ellis, who died on the Aus
tralia, was wife of a pattern-maker in
the Union Iron Works. Her body
was brought to port and buried yes
terday afternoon. She died of con
sumption. A family of several young
children is left motherless by her
Coffee men have been viewing the
laud, and should they get Buited
considerable expansion of tho cofl'ec
industry will take place very soon.
Dr. Lindley has located as District
Government physiciun, at Mr. A.
ToddV, house, South Kona.
Work has commenced again on
the new load between Holuulou. and
The coflco harvest, what there is
of it, is on, but it is very light; and
business connected with the market
ing"bf the crop will be dull as com
pared with last year.
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, Sunday, will be as follows :
11 :15 a. m., morning prayer with ser
mon, "To Deum," Dykes in F, "Jubi
late," Taylor in F ; 7 ::i0 p. m., even
song with sermon, Anthem, "O Tasto
and See," A. S. Sullium. Rev. Alex.
. ... .- -.a ii
Mr. N. S. Sachs, since his house
was entered a week ago, has had his
premises watched. About 1 :30 this
morning the neighborhood was star
tled by a couple of pistol shots and
the screech of u policeman's whistle.
To those who hurried out of bed to
the spot the watchman said a man
had got over the fence, but speedily
made his escape the sumo way when
ho found he was discovered.
The steamer Iwalani was charted
by n party of foreign visitors for $750,
and left for the Volcano via Punaluu
this morning to return Tue.iday
morning. The party consists of
Wm. Babcock, of the firm of Parrot
& Co., Sun Francisco, and son, Sid
noy Clenientson and wife, Carl S.
Stillman, C. B. Sealy, J. 0. Pond, T.
W. Sloeum, Capt. Houdlette of tho
S. S. Australia, and Mr. Overcnd.
CHINESE IN THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
In the twenty-three years since
the Chinese commenced to gain a
foothold in Hawaii, says the Tucoum
Ledger, they have advanced so ra
pldly that thoy now hold 21 per cent
of the butcher licenses. 24 per cent
of the wholesale merchandise
llceneeo, 2'J per cent of the hack
lii'MiseB, 29 per cent of tho hoi bo
hiring licenses, 57 per cent of tho
wlioluflule spirit licenses, 02 por rent
of tho retail inurcliundlso llccnscH,
J2 per cent of tho pork biitolutr
llcunacs and 100 por emit of tho oulto
peddling lleensott, This oxpi-ilenco
would lie repeated in the United
Ktutea If unrestricted immigration
wutnillmu'd Hie G'lilniwt,
URRBH iMhiy ('linr.
J1 mo IIHMU flll'MIH
iM'i'R, Oiruin i'liffn.
Of iiiiui l'li)i Mlin'u I'M,
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at Thomas Square
this afternoon at 5 o'clock, ren
dering the following programme:
March King Kaliiltaim Snuvlet
Oveiture Italian in Alglcr Bossini
Galop Stieet Cais Amdt
Selection Anna Helena (new)
Waltz Dorothy Celller
Selection Faust Up to Date (new)...
(hart CO J
A Chinaman named Asiu was as
sailed by a native at tho corner of
Nuuanu and Wyllle atreets early
yesterday evening. There was a
struggle from which the Cninaman
tried to escape into a store, hut a
native woman slammed the door in
his fauo. The Chinaman informed
tho police that his assailant had
snatched a package from him, whloh
contained 820 in gold and $ao,25 in
silver. The woman In the ntoro
knew tho natlvo man asllatipu, und,
at 1 ;25 o'clock this morning lie whs
ui rusted nt his lionsu In Wilder
street, by Copt, Kiitimuu ami olllucrs
Jvaapa mid J, Kttnlmne. In tho
l'nlk-u Court tliU morning lliiupu
wus remanded III) Tuimluy, hull
liulfiir llxml nt 6M)(), Mr, ,', Iv.
Kntiilu itpiHuirml for lilin-
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The House u-bumed at 2:05.
Rep. lluhteud said some niombeia
were led away by the wioug impres
aiou that the judiciary committee
tried to scieen the Custom Hou3e
and lay all the blame on the Station.
Nothing, how cer, could bo more
severe than the t ensure passed on
the Custom House in the report.
Capt. Hopkins, one of the Marshal'
subordinates, nworo that none but
the Marshal held the key of the
opium loom, and if this was true
the late Marshal deserved the censme
passed, as he was responsible to the
Government for the opium. Ther
felt justified from the evidence in
concluding that bricks instead of
opium went down to the Custom
House from the fetation. The com
mittee could not see Mr. Soper be
cause he had t;one to San Francisco.
Hopkins miibt have been a trust
worthy man or he could not hold his
Noble Haldwin, a- a member of
the previous committee, would like
to say a fi-w words. Rep. Kanealii
said the fotinei committee suppress
ed evidence. Whether lie meant
the suppression of facts obtained or
the neglect to proem e evidence that
was available, the speaker would
positively deny tho charge. lie
would submit to the consideration
of the House both the select com
mittee's report and the testimony on
which it was based. That committee
was composed of National Rcfoim
members and others who might have
been expected to look on matters in
a different light, and he had hardly
expected that they could leach a
unanimous report. Yet the com
mittee had presented a unanimous
icport, the only dissenting view
being of an immaterial nature. The
names of witnesses examined by
both committees were nearly identi
cal, but some of the evidence given
by individuals seems to have been
differently coloied to the judiciary
committee. The select committee
were satisfied that Mr. Turrill was
wrong in saying that the Kahului
opium was still on Maui in October.
There was too much uncertainty
about the truth of part of the evi
dence to make it the basis of the
judiciary committee's conclusions.
It would be unjust to censure any
man on such equivocal testimony.
Ren. Kanealii thought there was
a misunderstanding. All that the
committee claimed was tlint, for the
honor of the Hawaiian Government,
somebody should be found guilty,
and therefore the late Murt-hul, hav
ing been responsible for tho opium,
shouid be censured.
Rep. White thought tho report
should be adopted, as all the evi
dence, including that of the late
Marshal, showed that Mr. Soper
was the responsible man.
Noble Walbiidge called the hon.
member to order, us he has spoken
more than ten minutes.
Rep. White said this was hi3
The President said he could not
make a second speech till some
other member bad spoken.
Rep. White claimed ten minutes
exclusive of interpretation.
The President ruled that at the
end of ten minutes another member
could claim the iloor.
Noble Wulbridge moved the pre
vious question. Lost.
Rep. Brown, a9 one of the select
committee, desired to say a few
words. The most extraordinary
thing about the judiciary comoiit
tee's report was that it showed that
not one witness was examined by
them regarding the lime that the
opium was taken from the Station to
me uusiom nouse. xnc select
committee had taken the testimony
of three or four witnesses who swore
positively to the transfer. Two
native boys who assisted in handling
the boxes testified that they canied
redwood boxes into the Custom
House. It was also sworn that there
was no opium ou the floor of tho
opium room when the boxes were
set down, and when lifted again
there were stains of opium on the
floor, although on opening the boxes
it was found that, while tins inside
were leaking, none of the substance
could get through the wooden boxes.
This report should bo laid on the
table till the committee submit a
report on tho "F.T." opium, for
the boxes containing both lots were
stuffed with the very same kind of
straw, earth, and rubbish.
Rep. Pachaole moved the previous
question, which carried.
The motion to lay on the table
carried, 21 to 15.
Rep. Binwn from tho printing
committee reported the report of
select committee ou education items
Noble Midler moved icconsldor
atlon of the vote passing the II rat
section of the winu and beer hill,
On this being carried, ho moved to
Btrlko out the clium providing that
an application for liuunsn ho accom
pauied by the petition of u umjoiliy
Hep, Hindi moved tlto dcoiIdii bo
Nohlii Mukden piopose-l mi
MiifinlmDiil providing ilmi no llcentu
ho lulled tYimru u nmjmliy of rul
dwiU imllllon huIiiki ll,
Mi. I'nuliuolu moved Hid further
IToble Macfnrlcno presented s
resolution providing fox tho restora
tion of Piorrn L-imlHo His Majesty,
as 60 per cent of his indobtc"dness
had been paid by the Ti uslees, and
for the appropriation of S7G,1G1.11
to pa' the lemnlnliift indebledupss
of His Mnjrity. He moved it bo
referred to n soled committee of
Minister Brown supported the
motion on condition that the Attorney-General,
no one of the Crown
Commissioners, and himself, as re
presenting tho Treasury, be on the
committee. For some time past the
Cabinet had under consideration a
scheme for relieving His Majesty ot
ids bindens, without any immediate
draft on the Treasury. Ho detailed
tin scheme, the chief pait of which
was the issue of bonds. In tho
course of about five and a half years
the debt would be cleared off.
Noble Cornwell had no objection
to the Attorney-General being on
the committee, but lie did not see
what the ollicers of the Government
hnd to do with the piivtite aiTuirs of
His Majesty. The resolution did
not ask for any bonds, but that this
House should give the King S7C,4 10.
ltep. Brown -mid it was a matter
of common rumor that the King
owed S30.000 or 10,000 outside ot
this S7G.000 and odd.'
Noble Cornwell He is able to
pay all that himself.
Rep. Brown, continuing, held that
the mattet should go to :i commit
tee. Noble Widcmann considered it an
unpleasant subject, and he had
hoped there would be onlv
cussion. He moved the
question, which carried.
The amendment carried.
Tho President appointed, as the
committee on prevention of destruc
tion of forests along the Volcano
road, Messrs. Macfarlane, Morsdcn,
Nnwnhi, Knudscn, and von Temp
sky. Also, as the committee on His
Mijesty's indebtedness, Messrs.
Cornwell, Baldwin. Brown (Minister
of Finance), Halstead, and Peterson
Or.DF.n OF THE DAV.
Thiul reading of bill to provide
S5000 additional for tho cxpenc! of
the Legislature. ,,
Rep. Kanealii moved to amend to
The bill passed.
The President announced tho next
order as consideration of the Appro
Rep. Brown moved that the House
Rep. Bush moved to adjourn till
Noble Macfarlane did not see how
the session was to have an early
close if the House was to adjourn
over days with such facility.
Noble Baldwin objected to lo9ing
ThePiesident had hoped to see
the session close next month, but if
it continued its erratic course the
session would see the end of the
Both motions were lost.
The House went into committee
of the whole, Noble Marsden in the
chair, for consideration of the Ap
Noble von Tempsky moved, sec
onded by Noble Walbririge, that the
committee rise. Carried.
Noble Marsden presented the re
pot t of the committee of the whole,
which wa3 adopted.
Rep. Ctimmings moved the Hou3e
Noble "Wideinann moved the
House adjourn till Monday morning.
Adjourned at 3:35 till 10 o'clock
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NOW IS THE TIME !
luif able Life Assurance
I'n t4 u-ii iliu
Ai The Beaver Saloon
II. .. HHHTHS. I'
rOJ SAN FKANC'IfcOO,
The A I St.iinislil
Wl'l lr-r Honolulu for the above
Friday, Sept. 26th,
For Freight or Passage, applt hi
Win O. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
0C2 I Agent".
Straw Hat Sale
FOE, 2 WEEKS !
Look in Fort Street Window
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon caav term-! The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following arc a few of the many attractive forms olfeied by thU
original and progressive Company :
ENDOVMENT BONDS, 0 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " ' " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIKE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS- ENDOWMENTS, ETC, . .
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt hint certulu, and Iti
(.Prowl the JYew 'ori Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
Tlui Litryost; IhiHinosH Ever Transacted hy a Lli'tv Assur
Tlie new business uf the Equitable Life Assuiance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollaiis. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
tSrinfnrmotion cheerfully furuiMicil to any who will write to or call
upon tho undersigned at his office.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
Rene.ml Agent or the Hawaiian iRlnnds, Equitable Life Afauranoe Society
of tho U. S. , Jan-1-90
CORNISH HOTEL tt FOKT STREETS.
sale at Reduced Prices.
we plure our entile itock for
Will stand for a short time nt
Greeiiubld Stables, Eaplolanl Park,
Duke Spencer Is a dark hay, 4 veara
old; siands lfi baud Uljh; 'kluil uud
DRY FANCY GOODS
Ihnbroidery and Swibs Skirt Lengths will be sold at very low rotes
to make room for new stocks now on
the wuv from Europe.
CHEMISES, SKIRTS, NIGHTGOWNS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
fiillmiis 10 Yarfls for $1 in Latest Pattens !
Just received latest patterns in Scrim, Madras, Laco Curtains
HOSIERY -:- HOSIERY
Ladles' A, Children's Hosiery. Our great specialty "BLACK DIAMOND
DYE," guaranteed fast colors.
DRESSED KID GLOVES. Also, pist received latest Btaplos in Tidies and
Bureau beurfs, Table Covers, Etc. Always on hand a large stock of Ladiet',
Gent's and Children's Shoes.
GrentV U'u.i'nisiliing: O-ootlrt,
A full line of Dress, Shirts, Collar?, Cuffs, latest st3'les in Neckwear. A
large variety of Boy's and Children's Suitfl.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity.
Feast of St. Matthew the Apostle.
Holy Communion (Hawaiian) C :30
Litany at 9:30 a. ni.
Morning prayer and sermon at 10
Hawaiian Evensong and Sermon,
8:30 p. m.
Evening prayer and Sermon, C p.
Ostrich Notice !
i m x i o ii io in :
By Duke 0f Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer by Norfolk
2uil dam Ballerina. ..by Imp. Balrowule
3rd duui Hennle Farrow
by Imp. Shamrock
-Itli dam Ida by Imp. Balsbazzar
&th dam Madam Boslcy (Gamma's
Dam) by Mr Kicbnrd
0th dam Naucy Nlehol. . .by imp. Eagle
Tthdain Bet. liosley '.
'. . by Wilkes' Wonder
8th dam by Chanticleer
9th dam bv imp. Sterling
10th dam "....by Dlodlus
Uth dam by Imp. SUvereye
12th dam by Imp. Jolly Roger
13th dam by Imp. I'artnor
Uth dam by imp. MonLuy
Kith dam Imp. mare from the stud of
Harrison, of Btandon
Gjy Best of care taken with animals.
In eno of accident no lespouHlblllty
will ho aRMiinetl,
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarters at
(Near tho Custom House)
We are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Clasi Aerated Beverages:
W. IT. KICKARD,
YISITORS arc entreated not to enter
the paddocks where the birds uio
kept, not to teabo the birds, not to pull
their feathers, t-omo birds are Bitting,
the others an ived on the 19th Instant,
requhu lest ami should uotbcdlbtuibed.
They can all be seen from the entrance
whero visitors will alwajs be welcomed.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 18'.t0. UM lni
A HOUSE on Young street
nciir Thomas square,
with live rooms and bath:
also stable accommodations lor live
Strawberry or Cream Sofia,
u mn inunfil nmnn UHmTTTimnriTT ni
110111, OWUIIl, U01I1U11, DUUWUUlj Ul
Sareaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron "Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO
MKT STKEKT, :
E. It. Henijiiv, President & Manager,
aouniitv Biiown, Secretary & Treasurer.
John Ena, Yice-PresidcntJ
Ckoil Buown, Auditor.
nnVO Unfurnished Rooms
JL with bathroom, ou Kin
at this oulcu.
rrom ami after thU date we
will not be icHponitlblo for any
height after name has been
lauded. Parties' to whom
Ii eight is consigned must he at
the lauding to receive their
WILDUU'S S. 8. CO.
JJ lujolnhi. .Septan, J81H). JIM
l?HOJl iiml a fl'' i llil dntii wu will not
hiiiiiu li'li huiui ileihvwl in imy itttoii.
IMltlc in wluiiii (ri'lKlil U iidimIkuI
UllUl w MHliP imiluii in lucuhp limn
Fiout Room, in a pri
vate family. Apply Mrs.
bhoeiibun, 1S2 Fort utieet, above Kukul
A COTTAGE aud I'remlu-s
in Minimi, coaitdiilim
VA uctes with 200 ban mm
tices ami other fruit trees. Applv to
At ICalmkollanl. Walklkl.or Waoliliig
toii Place, lluiutuiila nt. C5 1m
i, j p ""XlhijLJ triT
'Mir. Furnlliiiki ol a the
I room ooiiiiko complvin,
for huokeiiiilin( uutniue
ri'iiiiiilly lueuti'iJ and to lm t n luniinc
ulilii rmilid, liiipilie i ililn nnlui).
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Sireck'lH? llault, : Fort Ktroct, Huuoluluu
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Ben'! Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Oenuluo Havllond China, plain aud docorntod; and Wodgcwood
Piano, Library &, Stand Lamps, Chandeliers A Eleatoliorri,
Lamp Futures of all kinds, A complete ussornu't, ot uruia ,k t lies,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION '
Tbe "Uuiollo" 3-whooled Riding Plow &. Equallier,
Bluebeard Rice Plow, Planters' Steel ik Goosoneoked Horn,
LABI), CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Taints, Varnishes A Brushes, Manila A. HIhaI Ropo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Howe, Jtlowe, JtioMe,
llUHUUn, WlIllMI01I.NI of Hiiporior quality, X HTUAM.
Atfiito Iron Warn, Hllver Tinted Wmu.Tablo A- I'ookot Cullurv,
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