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TIUJHSDAY, UCT. 2, 18!)0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tiiu i:ir.Tt AiitfiiKt no, iuo.
A.M. I'.M. I'.M.
Leave Honolulu 8: 15 1 :lfi r.sltflj
Arrive Honouliull !H4!i it: 111 OilUJ
Luavo llonoullull. 5:4(1 10:51 :i:51 ....
Arrlvo Honolulu.. i!:44 11:56 4:55 ....
Sntiiiiliiyo and Mondays only.
J Satin dajn only.
It llMiop fi-iin eh cull of O.ihu
Stun las .Mal.ee nun Imiii.U
HkMailha Davis I mile on, for l"li11-
HiIkW U Irwin, MeCnlloeh, for San
Ki-aiu-Uen at 1 p in
VESSEiS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Hlinr ( 11 Ih-diop for Waiamie, Walalua
anil Knnliui al !) a in
Stiffr W'G Hall for Hawaii anil Maui at
10 a in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ili-dlOp !i"H bllg-l Sllglir, 11N Icijrs Into,
:iii bags lift' anil 20 lug- pailily.
ForSan Fianclseo, per batno V G
liwin, Oct 2 Mis tay Taylor, Goo K
.-ilcvens, ami N Ulln.
For I.ahalna anil Hainal.ua per Mmr
Iwalanl, Oct 1 Airs Iliiekwood, G 11
Twecdle anil 8 deck.
For Kauai pur stmr Mlkaliala, Oct 1
Mi MolU-yde, Jt W T Funis, J T Hol
lo way, Mis S W Wilcox, V n Willis
ami wife, Mis .1 It Hatiaike, Akana ami
wife. 2 (Jliliu'se anil :10 deck.
The engines of the stmr Claiidlne were
tricil this morning. hhe will makuatiial
trip on Snliuday aftei noon, ami Thus.
day, next week." will take ttie Klnau's
unite, while the hutui-will lay up forie
puirlng. The brlgaiitinc CoiiMielo lia finished
uidoiuling her caigo of general iner
elinndhe. bh K waiting for sugar,
"and will piobably sail for ban Fr.iu--isco
the latter p.ut of next week.
The brigantine W G Irwin, Capl Mc
culloch, silled to-day for San Fiau
cisco with the following cargo: 1452
bags liee, 247 bags biigur, 53 bairels
molasses, 130 ban els whiskey, 700 cases
Chinese llipiids, 600 empty beer kegs
aud-lcmpiv luiiels. Domestic value,
GEDGE In Honolulu, Sept. :t0, to the
wife ot X. 15. Gedge, a daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tiik Legislaluie adjourned at noon
to-day to meet again to-moiruw.
Tin: Athletic Association will meet
this evening for the election of oill
eeia. Tun electric lamps above Judd
street, Nuuanu Valley, aro again
A' cottaok of seven rooms on King
,li3t, with artesian water, stable,
etc., is to let.
Lr.wifl J. Levey will hold his reg
ular cash snle at 10 o'clock a.m. to
morrow, at liis salesroom.
The desirable and artistic property
on Punchbowl stieet, known as the
J'Itiemenschneider residence," is for
Mk. Henry W. Mcintosh has been
.appointed Superintendent of Public
Works, vice Williqm E. Uowell, re
signed. . .. .
A luau will bo given at JCameha
meha School, at 12 noon Saturday,
in honor of the baseball champions
Tiik new Hawaiian Directory is
ready for delivery to subscribers, by
Mr. N. . Burgess, at the store of
Uenson, Smith & Co.
T 1 "
' Owino to a break in the pipes
aibovo the electric light station, there
will bo no light from tho system to
night till repairs aro effected.
Mkskks. S. Khrlich & Co. of the
Tumplo of Fashion announce- bar
gains in thoir lino at a great reduc
tion Halo beginning next Saturday.
Kasakaokai ivas lined $4 in tho
Police Court this morning for throw
ing a greon banana and cutting a
tihild'fl lip with it. Sentence was
HUHpendcd ono day in an opium case,
and ono lino for ilrunkunncfcH was
Hannah, a well-known Hawaiian
-ity missionary, died the other day
of consumption. Hlio was roiiuuk
jililo for Iter roligiotiH activity in tho
J'rotestaut native ohuuli,iuiil for tint
poll In duforinu'o shu Hhowcd to all
who loeoguiod lior,
Mit, Jaw, I', Morgan will pull iv lino
lot of imlnliiiKK liy llui tulontml Jlii
wiiliiiii urllHt, Mr, D, Uowunl lllluli
t'in'1;, lo'inorrmv moroiiiKi t J'
mVo-;. Tin wilo will ho Imiil at lint
Ail Itnoiiimif lliu J'tiiilllii IIuhUviuo
Cm., mil Hiiwiiliuil IIiimHvihh l'o. im
tv,i HiiUhKiifiiiiy oinii'M )'pimmim'
TmitisDAY, Ot-I. 2. '
The House met at 10 o'clock.
Hop. llookano, on suspension of
I lit' rules, presented a petition from
tho Hawaiian Tramways Company,
by its attorney, 1'a'ul Neumann,
praying for enniisioii to use elec
tric motive power on its lines.
Noble Miusilen moved it be re
fen eil to a select committee. Car
Noble Widetnann, on suspension
of the rules, read a first and second
time by title a bill to amend :uui
consolidate the election laws of the
kingdom. He moved it lie referred
to a select committee, of seven. Car-rieil.
Hep. Marques moved a resolution
to appoint a committee of live, to
report to the Legislature of 18!)2 on
the question of municipal govern
ment tor Honolulu, lie moved it
be referred to the select committee
that had under consideration the
public works of Honolulu. Carried.
Kep. Pachnole moved tlint the
committee on police justice bills be
ordered to report to-morrow.
Minister Peterson said the com
mittee did not have all t lie bills till
within a lew days. The report was
ready to be drawn up, but he did
not know if there was time to write
it before to-morrow. The member
for Molokai was not always so
The resolution was adopted.
Kep. llookano moved that the re
port of the sanitary committee on
the claim of Meekapu for medical
services be presented on or before
Noble von Tempsky asked what
had become of the report of the Mo
lokai committee. They had a mc'el
ing a month ago, when Kep. Paelia
ole promised to write a report for
them to sign.
Kep. Paehaole said the report was
nearly ready. The hon. Noble
seemed to think it as easy a matter
to write a report as to take a
linger of poi out of a calabash. He
would excuse the lion. Noble on ac
count of his youth.
Kep. Lucas read a first and sec
ond time by title his bill to provide
for the inspection of steam boilers.
Referred, on Ins motion, to a select
oitnr.K ok Tin: day.
Kep. Brown moved that the re
ports on the Kawlins claim be de
ferred one week. The House should
forward the large number of bills
on the order. Carried.
Third reading of bill to prevent
the abuse of patronage by commis
sioners of crown lands.
Rep. Bush moved an amendment
to require that the lands be sold by
the auctioneer "at his usual place of
business in Honolulu."
Rep. Paehaole moved the bill be
indefinitely postponed. It would
establish a dangerous precedent.
There weie advocates of cutting up
crown lands for homesteads. They
should be preserved for the benefit
of the reigningsovereign.
Rep. Knudsen wished, if the mo
tion to indefinitely postpone the bill
was lost, to have the bill referred, to
a committee for amendment, 'so that
the rights of people living on the
crown lands should be protected.
He had a lease for thirty years of
land on which twenty native fami
lies lived, and if the lease was sold
the buyer might oppress these na
tives to drive them off.
Noble Widemann did not see how
this bill would affect those people.
Rep. Rickard opposed the bill on
second reading, but to-day he could
see no objection to it. The objec
tion of Kep. Knudsen was pvercomo
in the bill.
Minister Brown supported tho
motion for indefinite postponement,
but would not repeat the arguments
he made the other day. He would
point out how the bill might cause a
reduction in the revenue of the
lands. There were lessees ready to
cancel leases and give doublo or
treble the rental now paid. Under
this bill the leases could not be put
up at auction until just before their
expiring. In one instanco that he
knew there would have been a loss
of 842,500 to the crown land rev
enue if this bill had been law.
Kep. Bush said tho merits of the
bill were fairly discussed on second
reading, when the bill received tho
support of tho House by a good ma
jority. If the property mentioned
had been put up at auction, instead
of $4000 it would have brought
815,000 a year.
Minister Brown It could not have
been sold at auction.
Hep. Bush If It could not bo
Bold, It would bo worth whilo to
wait fifteen years for tho oiihunccd
value then to bo attained, A pleco
of Govcnitneiil land that had bueu
Icasod for $480 was sold at auction
the other day for 811)00, Tho pub
lio hud n right to competition In thu
tin I u of pnbllo property of nil kind,
(top, Pauliuole held that thu iiigu
liiunts nf thu prmnnlnr of tho bill
worn uo'xl In thunry lut would not
hold wtill In iinwUi'i', , ,
Hop, Wltliu tmlil tho my to llml
QUI IHJlU KIlIK WHIltMll till lw
in mm ll. i mm poi hhi dim pm
M ll 1 III' .-.-.. .1 II... l.w.
Spencer, Peterson, Nobles Macfur
Iniic, Crnbbe, Kauhane, Parker,
Baldwin, Cornwrll, Wnlbridgo, An
derson, on Tempsky, Isenbeig,
Representatives Drown, Kaulii, Wai
puilaui, Aplki, Paehaole, Kanealit,
Knudsen, Rice, A. S. WMIcok till.
Noes Nobles Wiileniann, Merger,
M tiller, Pu;i, .McCarthy, Phillips, J.
Al. Hoini-r, Html, .Mnrhden, W. Y.
Horner, (.!. N. Wilcox, Katioa, Re
presentatives Maiqiies, Lucas, R.
W. WHoov, Rush, Ntiwahi, linker,
A. Horner, Riekaid, While, Ilnl
The bill was indefinitely postponed
and a motion to reconsider the vote
The Piesident, on a motion for
recess, appointed the following com
mittees: On tramways petition Messrs.
Aluisden, llookano, l'cmcr, Hind,
On election law Alessis. Wide
mann, Midler, C. Biown, llookano,
On boiler inspection bill Alessrs.
Lucas, Marques, Baldwin, Hind,
Rep. Navvahi moved the House
adjourn for the day. The committee
on the ease of Dr. Lilt, desired to
hold u meeting.
Rep. Brown moved for recess till
Nohlo'Cornweli called the consti
tutional committee to meet al the
Hotel at 8 o'clock this evening.
The motion to adjourn was lost by
the President's casting vote.
Noble Widemann resigned from
the Dr. Lutz. committee because t lie
House would not grant it time. The
committee bad made arrangements
to meet at 2 o clock.
Rep. Nawahi also resigned from
Noble Baldwin thought, the com
mittee should have given good rea
sons. Why could not Uiev sit in
Noble J. Al. Horner considered
too much allowance had been given
committees, which was a cause of
the length of the session.
Noble 'Widemann said they could
not meet at night. They had to go
to the Kalilii Hospital. The House
acted like children, voting on the
whim of the moment.
Rep. Bush spol.c in behalf of
granting the desire of the commit
tee. Rep. Paehaole referred to the im
portance of the matter before the
committee, and said the House often
wasted hours on a miserable, insigni
The motion to adjourn was recon
sidered and carried.
House adjourned at 12 o'clock.
Tlit- total number of deaths n polled
for the iiinnlli of Sept., IMI0. was 5:1.
ilbtnhuRil ns follow:
Under I vi-ur... K! Fioiii ".0 to -111. . .
Fumi 1 lo f " Fioiii -10 infill... 7
Fioiii .- tit 10.... 1 1'imii f0 lot.O... f.
Fumi io to yo... 'j Fioiii (so to ;o... :i
FinmVOIn HO... !l Ovt-i 70 :l
Mali '.S Female'- -J'.
Iliiwailims Ls I (iu-.il Itiltalu ... 1
Cliim-c. ........ :i Aineileaiis I
I'niiiijruesi' 12 J Ulhui nations... -J
.l:ii:uific :i i
Number umtlleiuled I
A-i lima 2
Hem t DUeii-e . .
liijmy lo leg...
M-pt. 18S8 ....
Annual death late pur 1000 per
All other mitiuualltle
C. B. RuvNoi.ns,
ucnt Boaid of Health.
NOW IS THE TIME !
O. R.& L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation !
St A I
jt Jr4 "ft 1 r
I.oavlcg tlin llml(ilii DeroUt lilO F M,
Trains will be made up orCou-lies
and Canopy-top Chi all one pi lee.
tSTHscui-lon Hates for the-e Tiahii
50 Cents (o Pearl Cily and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Return.
An oppoitunliy for
and u bieath of pmo
cents per mile.
a delightful i hie
air, for onlv two
SAILORS' HOME FAIR,
On Thursday, November Oth, a
fair will 1 e held in the Armory on
Bretania street, tho proceeds to be,
applied to fitting up the new Sailors'
Home. AVc feel quite sure that ttie
whole community is interested in
this work, and we trust that every
one of our generous ladies will re
gard this-as apersonal appeal to hel
lo do what slie can to help. All
contributions should be sent in as
early as possible, that the committee
may be able to mark and classify
articles. The following committee
of ladies will always be ready to re
Airs. Alhi-y McKibbin Dowsctt,
Airs. .1. II. Wodchousc, Airs. A. dc
Sou.a Canavarro, Airs. C. Al. Hyde,
Airs. J. II. Sopor, Airs. II. V.
Schmidt, Airs. S. C. Allen, Airs. .J.
S. AlcGrew, Airs. W. W. Hall.
rpo take care of tluee young rliildicn.
X Apply by letter with l cfcu'nco-. to
"X Y Z," Ju-lm:i in Olllue. 071! ::t
Will stand for a hoit time at
Greenfield Stables, Kaplolani 'Park.
Puki: Sim:noi:k is a dmk bay, 4 yeais
old; siunds Ifi'i bauds hlsdi;" kind and
liable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
oiiginal and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " . "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and Its
(From the Kexo York Sun, April Alh, 1890.)
Tho Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiktv
Million Dollaks. This is at the rate of two hundred millions ofussur
mice for the ycttr, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
JSylnformation ohect fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE
Honolulu, Sept. ISO, 1S90.
His K.xcklle.vcv C. N. St.nci:i
Alinister of Interior,
Sir: I herewith present my
port of the Insane Asylum for
quarter ending to-day:
The whole number of patients
nn the Asylum leglster, at the
beriniiiiig of the pi-ctent quar
ter Number of new anivals during
Number dlt-charged dining pies
cut quarter 1
Number of deaths dm hit; pieent
A MEETING of the Athletic Ao
rV elation w ill be held at Mclneiny
Hull, TUUltSOAY EVENING, Octo
ber 2, 18'J0, to reecho the repoit of the
committee on by-laws, -and for the elec
tion of olllter.-, .1. II. I-TSI1EK,
I'm 1 ;'t Chilli man pio tern.
COllNEIC HOTEL & FOltT STREETS
History of the Jewelry Trade!
Just think of it! Two full clubs or
ganized in less than tlnee days, and the
thiid club neatly completed.
Monday, September 2')th. the
following inenibeis diew waiclie:
Whole number lcmaiuhig Sept.
:l, 161)0 '. 07
Nationality of patients admitted this
MALi:s PLMALI'.-s TOTAL.
Hawaiiaus 2 :t 5
Poitugiiese 1 l
West Indian 1
Canadian 1 1
Fhilnnder 1 I
S. S. Islander 1
Nationality of patients dlscbaiged
MALi:S I'UMALKS lOI'AL.
Hawaiian 0 f n
S. fi. Islander 1 1
.bipanese 1 1
Philander 1 1
I'oitugiicie 1 1
Nntlonality of deceased patient:
Hawaiian (male) 1
Nationality of patients luiuuluiiig
Sept. :I0, 1WI0:
MAI.r.S I'lIMALLS 'IOTAI..
-Alembcr No. fi, Henry Ivahi.
-Jleinber Xo. '.!2,T. II.Gold-,-
P9'" This is the easiest way to gel a
good Gold Watch with a tine Wultliiini
movement on payments of
SI. OO Per Week.
FST Itcmember we save you at least
10 on each watch J on buy in our clubs.
Ladies' Watches on the Same Plan.
8ffl- If you want n 5100, $150 or 8200
Watch, you eiin buy it in thu club-,.
Join now and sac money.
I? 12 JD X O JR. K 1C z
By Dnke of Norfolk.
1st dam T.ou Spencer by Noifolk
2nd dam Balloiina...by Imp. llabowule
tlrd dam llcmiic Eauow
by Imp. Shauuock
4th dam Ida by imp. Balsh:i7zar
Clh dam Madam Itosley (Gamma's
Dam) by .'jlr Richard
Oth dam Naney Xichol...by imp. Eaglu
Vi li dam J!et. Uoilcy
by Wilkes' AVouder
Sth dam by Chanticleer
tith dam by hup. Steillng
10th dam by Cloditw
I lib dam by imp. Silvei oyo
12th dam by imp. Jolly Roger
llllli dam by imp. Paituer
Htli dam by imp. Monkey
lotli dam imp. man; fiom the stud of
Ilaiiison, of Brandon
OF" Rest of ear taken with animals.
In ease of accident no lespom-ibllity
will be assumed.
argasns ! Bargains !
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
W. H. RICKARD,
SATURDAY, Oct. 4th.
A. R. Rowaff Veterinary Surgeon,
Graduate McOill College, Mont
Residence: Hotel sheet, opposite
Olllce: At the Hawaiian Hotel Sta
ble,. HOT Telephone IVo. I3S2 -a
N. B. Fiist-class acommodations for
patients at the Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
MILCH COWS !
mm THIS EVEHIHO,
hllli lli'lil!!f. Ml'll(7ll)' hull i
MIIUIIII I'lMllill'l' Uf Ullfi VUlb
H. S. bilander C
Km welan 2
East Indian 1
Central Aiuurh-an. 1
Webt Indian 1
, A. LUCK ETl',
STORES TO JLET.
TWO Stoics on KhiKStioet
recently occupied by
Mr. Cha.s. Hustacc, to let at
lea-ontible icntal. riemlRcs have been
thoroughly ienoaled. lo!lc)10ll at
once. Apply to
072 liu . liiteiliirOlllee.
JUST leceived from San
FraneUco -l very line
M ileh Cows, two of which
have iiibt calved: will give
fiom in to 20 quints of milk dully. Ap
ly to THE UNION KEEl'i CO.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streoter.
Yon can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
for baKKafie wa
ijoii, Ifiluuil .stock pie-
"- fcneil, (1515 2w
TWO UnfiinilRhed Rooms
with bathroom, on Kintr
; street. Apply at tills olllce.
Leading : HViillanery : House
Chas. J. FiBhel. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sta..
FOR SALE !
Ex "ADONIS" it "BLENGFELL"
From Giiraiii) nuil Late Arrivals from lie Ouileil States.
WANTKO for a few
months a Eiiinllii-d
IInue In town or f-ubuibn,
not less tliun eif?ht looms. Apply at
oiaeat IhlK olllce. HSU 2w
lbll Of lliu
Mill) IIQUK Jji (!llllli-
'..,,..,,.,1 ll... 1,1,,.
I HUM I'll ll I'M"
linn linn mi) nyiw
w$m ihjiJ iuiw ttum willwj iiji
JiJJlU PlUIUliilJlMlil W IP
Uji mi h
AH ntiticnls provlotiBly fiii-loulicil
uro now dlHclmrgcd, o that tlie
above total represents all the pa
tients now In chaxyo of tho Asylum,
Thu allele cuso of death (lining tills
itmrtcr was of u blliul Hawaiian,
who Imtl liuun nn liiumto of the A,v
linn for ynvci aly uiiiri, u dluil of
lioiy, pnilxilily (!Oiisuiiioi)t iipmi
liciiU illstiuHu, Tim liiiiiututt nt. pro
cut inn in nvcullniit IidiiHIi jilihi'
ullyi with Dm uvfiot!ini of nun (
iiiiiImi wIiii U miffnrtiKi frimi mivin
llb'l!llili()lli. Nlm uiiu llllh'i uil l
I nuvu luu ijouur Lu w,
a Man, who unilei-htaiidg English
raidener, Htiibleuiiiii, driveroiianythbii'
else. Apply to
MANUEL da SILVA,
lii!7JUoaw No. 0 Klnaiihlieet.
jftfsSSS L at Walklki; hniMicaih
(i. II, Mum in & (Jo,
O JELAJS Cl?k.O-IVtEQ
ASIIITK of Three Nicely
1'llllllblll'll JtOOIIIh, Iwo
huihooiui mid pailor, on
I'linehhowl hticct near Pu luce Walk:
biiltitbli) for two rlnjjlo KiiiUleiiiun,
lit) I If
tliiiiicroiiF, Maps anil Sketches,
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Canadian Kyo, 1882, in bulk
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