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VALVOL1N1. is tin e.rlh oil npruiiiUy piepared under the highest fleam
coat mill from which till voltililo iiiul phi thy mntlcr lns been expelled by a
ihocc&i which leaves ti pine ami heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and ptaton packing peifeetly clean. Thit.
was the U rat Mineral Oil intioduecd for sletun clindei. and ha been in con
stunt use over eighteen years.
gfTWo also nianufactuic Superior Machine mul Spindle Oils for all
classes of machinery.
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Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, .Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBIFG, TIH, COPi'EB AND
Sheet Iron Work.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
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Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', Blacksmiths', Machinista' & Plumbers' Tools,
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Kitchen Utensils, Taints, Oils, Varnishes, Lump GoodB and
Blake's Steam Pomps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jape & Sons Family Medicines.
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OODKHEY BnowN, Secretary & Treasurer. Ckoij, liuowtf, Auditor.
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FniDAY, Sept. 20.
Tim House resumed nt 1 :4.i.
unt)En 01' THK DAT.
Minister Ilrown moved the order
of the dny. Carried.
Second' reading of bill relating to
the members of the Cabinet. Con
sidered with favorable report of the
Noble i'arker -moved the bill pass.
Nnblo Aluller moved It be indefin
itely postponed. The Cabinet should
The amendment was lost.
Minister Peterson moved to strike
out, the words, "and in the perform
auee of all their duties the action
and the advice of a majority of the
members of the Cabinet shall pre
vail." According to the bill, if the
Attorney-General wished to buy live
cents' worth of postage stamps he
would havo to get tho advice of a
majority of the Cabinet.
Hep. Wilcox moved that the bill
be laid on the table. It was intend
ed for the late Cabinet. The Con
stitution ought to be enough to gov
ern the Ministers.
Noble Widcmann looked on the
matter with different eyes from that
of both extremes. This did not deal
with postage stamps. .Something of
the kind was needed. It was to
prevent one man superseding or ob
structing the whole Cabinet.
Minister Peterson held that it did
cover even so small a matter ns buy
ing postage stamps, in the words,
"nil their duties."
Noble Horner, although he would
generally look to tho Attorney-General
for legal advice, yet he thought
that gentleman had strained the
point. This did not cover the buy
ing of stamps by a Minister, any
more than it did his going out to the
back house. (Laughter.) They
had seen one man blocking the busi
ness of the country under the late
Rep. Rosa moved to Insert the
words, "in Cabinet council," after
tho word "duties." The House had
witnessed the misfortunes arising
from the state of things this bill
was intended to obviate.
Minister Peterson accepted this
instead of his own amendment.
Rep. Pachaole thought the title
was wrong, and asked if there was
a majority report this was only a
minority report. He moved it bo
postponed to await the majority re
pot t. "
Rep. Rosa said the late chairman
of the judiciary committee followed
bis usual custom of presenting a re
port without consulting all the com
mittee. He saw no use in delaying
consideration of the bill. A great
deal of time had been lost by refer
ring bills to committees. The House
could amend defects now. One
amendment was already suggested
by the remarks of the Atiorney
General. He doubted if any other
members of the judiciary committee
could enlighten them on any mys
tery in this bill.
Rep. Rush said the bill embodied
an idea that might be very useful,
but it required to go to a committee.
It said "executive acts," but three
members might agree to call any
thing they pleased an executive act.
It had beon said that one man block
ed the country, but he considered
that the Minister in question saved
Noble Isenberg Aole I
Rep. Bush said-that was a differ
ence of opinion. "Our uncle" from
Germany knew that his Emperor
wpuld never consent to troops being"
landed in his country to preserve its
tndepenuence. I lie speaker once
left the late Mr. Gibson's Cabinet,
although it was not generally known,
because the Premier came into his
department and interfered with the
details. Three members of the late
Ministry tried to force a treaty on
the country which the aboriginal in
habitants did not want. Although
so much was said at the time about
blocking the interests of the coun
try, here was the session drawing to
a clode and not a word had been
heard about the proposed treaty.
That waDiic'causfi tho late Ministry
knew it was not right to give away
what they had no right to give
away for a mere paltry commercial
advantage. There would likely bo
dissension in this Cabinet within a
week, there was dissension now, ho
could see it in the way they looked.
Noblo Isenberg said that in any
other civilized country when n Min
ister disagreed with the rest of tlm
Ministry he resigned. With regard
to that troaty ho never saw a troops
clause In it. He didn't believe
in a troops clause, yet he did
not .know what tho country would
have come to, in 1871, if it had not
been for the landing of foreign troops.
Tlicro wub no neccssslty for tho Min
istry resigning in enso of disagree
ment, Ho hiul often disagreed with
people and yet got along well with
thoiii, With the amendment of
Ron, Holm hu was In favor of tlm
bill, When l'rlueo UlHiiiiw.'k loft
tlm Gornmii Cabinet lately, tliu Min
uter of the Interior unil other Mlu
Inter Ptaycil In, Mini miro In to-iluy,
Noblo llrtlibvli rpjli1m It hh un
fair for Jl0b )I"hIi I" brlnij'iip tlm
troop I'limno, d liml wmiii tlm
(hull of Iho I wily wllli Hint ) iwiiii
ulitJUti itorutt'lif'il mid mul It win In
Unit condition ulieii hIiqiwi In Mlu
Mo my, Tlilt lull tviiM not lii)i'iii.
ww hm mimll iWttvmnm of
flilnli)ii, Inn In ((ihtii Hip PnWiirl
In important matters whereon His
Majesty should bo advised. When
n Minister was opposed to tho maj
ority of the Cabinet, if he was a
uimi ho would resign.
Rep. Pubh ngrecd with tho hon.
Nobles that there should be a meas
ure of the kind, but he objected to
this bill us being too simple. The
majority might choose to call any
transaction in a single Department,
such as the appointment of an olllcinl
and executive net and force the
Minister to carry out their orders.
The treaty was one that he doubled
if tho King could legally sign.
Where it stipulated that this coun
try could not make a treaty with
another country of its own volition,
it ceded away the independence of
the country and it was very ill-advised
for the three Ministers to urge
it. for His Majesty's signature. This
bill should go to a committee that
would doctor it up so that it would
be acceptable to the judgment of
Rep. Ilookano thought tho title
did not agree with the bill. If the
rest of the judiciary committee did
not intend to present a report the
House should go on with the bill.
Rep. Ivanenlii said if the bill had
been indefinitely postponed they
would not be discussing it now.
When there was irreconcilable dis
sension in the Cabinet tliov would
have to wait for a session of the
Rep. White was not in favor of
the bill. The chairman of committee
asked him to sign tho icport with
out having had a meeting. They
now saw three to one in the Cab
inet's voting in the House. If the
bill passed Mr. Spencer would have
to go out, and then Mr. Brown and
Mr. Peterson would get their heads
together and put Mr. Cummins out.
Tup newspapers had been (hiding
fault with the Ministry first Mr.
Peterson was the bad egg, then it
was Mr. Brown, and finally Mr.
CummiiiH. It was hard to say now
what Mr. was sound. By and by
there would bo a difference when
the Ministers would stand two to
two. Then there would be a dead
lock, with the very result that this
bill was intended to avoid, but this
bill would not met such a case.
Rej). Waipuilani favored referring
tho bill to a committee.
Rep. Nawahi, as a member of the
judiciary committee, did not agree
with tho report, and thought a coun
ter report would be ready not later
Noble Macfarlane thought it
would not be right to decide on the
biil without hearing from the rest of
the committee. There was too much
of this kind of committee work
one member preparing a report and
handing it round for signature. He
did not enre to rake up the treaty
fiasco, but,- since the matter hud
been introduced, he wished to ask
Nobles Baldwin and Isenberg, if
there was no intention of a protecto
rate, wiry was that clause shown to
the King as an alternative clause?
Rep. Rickard thought that sub
ject was not before the House.
Noble Macfarlane said the matter
had been brought before the House,
and he proposed to say what he had
to say on it.
Noble Baldwin said that he had
not said all he could on the subject,
having only referred to one point.
But if the hon. Noble wished to dis
cuss the matter further he was will
ing to follow. t
Noble Isenberg said he never saw
any protectorate clause.
Noble Macfarlane said that if the
provision giving the United States
supervision over the treaties of this
country witu otner countries was
not ceding the independence, of the
kingdom he did not understand the
language. However, if the House
did not wish that subject discussed
now he would drop it.
Noble Widcmnnn said that such
a matter as that of the treaty might
not occur again in a hundred years.
It would be very hard to make the
bill suit every case that might arise,
The bill would be useful in prevent
ing one Minister from standing out
against three. If they stood a tie
they would" Biruplj' have to drop the
matter in dispute altogether.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox was saying
that tile-Ministers had no sense ot
honor, they only wanted to fill their
pockets. On being called to order
he explained that he did not refer
to the present Ministers.
Rep. Halstead, ns a member of
the judiciary committee, thought
the rest of them were slighted, but
believed that some bill of the kind
Rep. Rosa proposed nn amend
ment to the title, with which he
thought the bill should pass. He
did not think that the majority of the
judiciary committee could remove
the defects of tho bill.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox Bo quiet.
Jfcp. Rosa Titanic you ; I saved
your life, In other countries haying
similar institutions a member dis
agreeing with bin colleagues would
have to resign. It was necessary to
liavo sninn fliioli provision in our
written law. With regard to tho
trcuty his party stood on tho right
Hide, but yet ha boliovod n mujoilty
of tho Ministry liml tho right to
wirry their point, They could not
have given away tlm imleponiluiiuo
of tho country anyway without tlm
convent of the l.ujjMuturn.
Itop, Piiulmolu would Imvu coil
Hlllll!l It mi liuiiilt, If liu iwohiii (hu
jmlluliiry ooiiunlttuu, to Im imutmil
over liy ilin I'liulniiiin,
mh Mom pirov!i of Urn nli)
W lynoi!)i by hj nroyJQUi
H'Ulll'l', hill mill llri.l tin flail nf
li' Uitki' illil nul unniy, 11 only qiiii
member of the committee said he
hod not beon shown the report.
Rep. Nawahi concluded a speech
bj' moving the previous question,
The motion to lay on tho table
Motions to adjourn till Monday
morning and to adjourn were lost.
Second reading of bill to estab
lish and reguhilc the Noith Kohaln
Water Works. Considered with
favorable repot t of select commit
tee. Read by title.
Noble Marsdcn moved it pass to
engrossment. It infringed on no
rights, the work was left to the dis
cretion of the Minister of the In
terior, nnd an appropriation had been
made for carrying the works into
The bill passed, to be rend a third
Second reading of bill to regulate
the Importation ol live stock for
sile into this kingdom, and to pro
vide for the thorough inspection and
quarantine of all such live stock so
Read by title and, on motion of
Noble Crabbe, referred to a select
Second reading of bill to extend
the duties of the commissioners of
Head by title and referred to
Second reading of bill to provide
for the appointment of toad supervisors-!
Read by title and referred to
select committee on road board bill.
Second reading of bill to prohibit
the keeping and breeding of rabbits
in the Hawaiian Islands.
Read by title.
Rep. Hookano moved it bo re
ferred to the commerce committee.
Rep. Waipuilani moved it be re
ferred to the sanitary committee.
Noble Widemann moved the bill
pass to engrossment. It was a sim
ple bill and nobody who was not
ignorant of what a pest this nniinal
was would vote against it. They
were paying a bounty for killing
them in Australia.
Noble Parker moved the bill be
indefinitely postponed. There had
been rabbits in the country for
twenty or thirty years and they had
not done any harm.
Noble Isenberg considered it
would be only courtesy to the intro
ducer (Noble Cornwcll) to suspend
action on the bill till he was in the
House, or at the least refer it to a
committee. They should hear the
hon. Noble's reasons for the bill. It
would be hard to f 01 bid a person
living in town from keeping a few
rabbits for his children, but of course
he should not let them run loose.
Noble Parker had it on good
authority that Noble Cornwell left
the House to get away from this
bill. Members having important
measures pending should be there
to look after them.
Rep. Nawahi said rabbits had
been introduced at Ililo many years
ago but they disappeared. Some
thing in the climate seemed to be
against them. The committee should
insert a clause to prohibit mongoose.
Noble Crabbe said that many
years ago two pairs of rabbits were
let loose on Meek's ranch on this
island, which bred for a while but
shortly they all disappeared.
Referred to select committee.
The President, on a motion to ad
journ, thanked the house for its at
tention to business the past half
hour. He also appointed the follow
On live stock bill Messrs. Mars
den, Kiiuhi, Crabbe, ,). M. Horner,
On rabbits bill Messrs. Ilookano,
Parker, Lucas, Crabbe, and Na
wahi. Motion to adjourn till Monday
House adjourned at 1 o'clock.
Sliir Mill Co.'s Property !
On TUESDAY, Sept. 30th,
AT lit O'CLOCK. NOON.
At the Mill cite. I will sell at Public Auc
tion the following: Comprising:
2 House Lots, ill Site,
And other Property previously adver
tlo by Jno. Jlhid, iMiiuager.
Thos. II. WRIGHT,
COG bt Auctioneer.
JRODWQ1JK.S of Kuan, Maul, lmv-
lug iiimle an aibhrmiiout of Ids
nioperty to the undersigned for the
benefit of his rreditors, noileo is liiTuby
Klvmi Unit all claims iignliifct him must
be piesi'iitcil to the uiiilernlgnud within
tlm-u mouth from date, am) all peisous
Indebted to Fiild J, Jtoilt hjiius 1110 ie
nuoHtcil to 11111I.U IiiiiiihIIiiIi) payment to
the iiudcrhlgiied 111 lilu ollliv In Hono
Honolulu, Kept. 21, 1800. ii(i7 tf
NOTIOi:ihi'iiiby given Hint Hithn,
of IwiIiiiIii, having imiiln mi nn
khtmni'iilln MHm TIIiIh. nf Kiilmln,
nil I'liihnv nuuhiki Hid uhl rkilm nnml hu
unit in lliu mild A. Tililm, after hulng
1 hily ntvoiii in. wlihliMlx iiiniitliH f 1 Mii
1 11 u or iniiy will no iiimvurimirMii, A)
iiihliil nf lliiinli H.1I111 him leiiimilm
0 inn ot iiniii'i llulii iiauiiitnl of l linlr
UJIUi iiriii nil! miiuii oi T. Id UU
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SChAJT m OTOnNT
NO. 77 FORT
First Annual Cash Clearance Sale !
Commencing ivionday. Aug. 18lh, for Two Weeks only.
Great Reduction in all Departments to mskeroom for Goods to arrive
Calicos, 22. vmda for.fl.
Gingham, 10 and 12 yaida fur sfl.
Snteont", 7 yuids for $t.
Table Liucu, Napkin, ToitcIh. NlteutingH, 54tc, Kir.,
Ladies' it Children's Hosiery Hand
kerchiefs. Knibinidnrios Oloves, Mitt, Ribbons,
b. Ohlers & co;
S! ITOXtX .STKJQiaM
It.WB JUST ItKCntVKl) A VB11Y I.AUOK AKSOIiTMKNT 0
CURTAINS IN LAGBL SCRIM, MADRAS & ANTIQUE
In Great Vuiicly. Now Goods in all Depuilincnix.
ftSF" Our iJicstmiakiiig Department under tho iiinniigeiiieut of MISS
CLARK will bo re-opened about May 12th.
P. AS" B.
aiiis & Cupids
PATENT IDEAL ROOFING,
And SHEATHING PAPERS.
PAltAFFINE PAINT CO.,
Win, G. IRWIN & COMPANY,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
No 2 P. & B. Paint Is especially adapt
ed for biitlgc work (wood or iron) and
smokestiii'ks, and has been U'-ecl for
these purposes at Paauhau for the past
four yeuis, giving gicat satisfaction.
No. 3 P. & B. Paint for fence posts or
for any wood or timber used uuder
ground or submerged, being a protec
tion against all marine parasites or
water, also for foundation timbers.
Idoal Roof Paint. Colors: Keel. Brown
and Blade Is the bi-st In the market
for iron, tin or shingle roofs.
P. & B. Electrical Compound. This ar
ticle for affording poifect insulation is
without an equal and hns obtained re
cognition by the largest electric light
companies and manufacturer of Insu
Ideal Roofiing & Siding. Colors : Brown
or Black. Adapted for steep or lint
roofs. Can be laid by anyone without
86ST All the above articles arc abso
lutely tasteless and odorless and eon
tain no coal tar.
tar For circulars or other Informa
tion apply to the Agents. CI 1 tf
f 10. G. Irwin S Coopy,
oitkr ron sai.i:
Lime &c Cement,
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
BUCK & OHLAWDT'H
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
1?YE (Jit ASS
Falrbank Conning Co.'b Corned
Beof, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN HAKItKLB,
A NATUKAli Mineral Wider, Km
hiu only by
W. B, TtlJOISt
Btiln Agent it llilimilur fill' Dm (III.
mijlnii hlmiilN, jm it
liluek Gutditiiurrij mid Merinos, 40a
yard and upwards.
Colored Wool l)i esa Goods, 10c yard
Lncoo, Ladies' Chemise, Skirts,
Special bargniiiH in Black I.nco
Undressed ' Kid Oiov.es
From San Francisco.
Leave Due nt
S. P. Honolulu
Alameda Sept 20 Sept 27
Mariposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zealandia Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Dec 13 Dec 20
For San Franoisoo.
Leave Due at
Zealandia Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 29 Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 2G Dec 13
Zealandia Dec 24 Jau 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F.
Friday . . Sept 12
Friday. ..Oct 10
Friday. . .Nov 7
Friday. . Dec 5
Friday . . Sept 20
Friday.. .Oct 24
Friday... Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 18
Aixtralio lail Servics
FOR SAAT EWAXCISCO,
The now and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Sept. 20. 1 890.
And -will leave for tho above port with
malls and passengers on or about that
For freight or passage, having SU.
EKIOB ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WE G. IRWIN & CO., Aeenta.
For Sydney and Aucklano.
The new and fine Al steel steMnuhtp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo due at Honolulu from Snn
Francibco onr about
Sept. 27, 1 890.
And will havo prompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for thoabove ports.
For freight or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, applj
to t ri j
37 WE G. IRWIlf & CO.. Agent
HAHERSITH k HID
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