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Lcnvu Honoulitll. fin 10:51 :JiM ....
Arrive lloiicliilti.. (1:11 11:05 ItBf, ....
Snttndajp and Mondays only,
halm dais only.
SUnr I (,iiiiiiii1ii fumi VmIiiiiihii1i
Stnir C lMh-hop foi Walnnae, V:i!,iln:i
ami Ivool.iu til !i .1 in
Sunt- W (5 Hull for ll:iiiii unit M.ml :il
10 :i in
VESSbS LEAVING 70-MORHOW.
III. Finest Queen. II NeNou. fur I'm!
Tor Mmtl and Hawaii per
stun- w 0
thill, Oct '.I V II Johnson,
O . steien,
Jin W II Hlee.'S
Lik.ilo. .Mr Aknin,
Knliiii I'nnl ml. Mh MeCmiii. T Lee and
wile Ml- l'dipo, Hon W Y Homer, It
K:il inipini. .I,ii'oli-on ami . I duck.
FUfttlUtl VLi.StLS EXfECTtD.
II li M I'liui'li p Win -ii lo fiotn UiIlhMi
Am hk Allien, Winding, fiom S.m
Fr.inelseo dim Am? I
Ur lik l.hker tiom London, sailed Apr
Hi, line A ii; 'Si
llr lik (iiii.in fiom Lheipnol, -ailed
.lut.i 10, doc Nov lo-:i()
lik (.! li Jliy.ml, from Sin Fiand-co.
dno Sep'l 12-17
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PDRT.
II 15 M S Aeom, I'oll.uil. fiom a riuKo
U ts ,S Huile-lon fiom Seattle
U S S lioiiioi- fiom b.unua
h S UluiiUtnu, W JL Dodd, fiom Glas
gow Itk I'.inl IuiilH-ig, F J Woltei-.finm
Jlr ship Blciigfell, K lining, fioniLUor
pool Am bk Mailha Daii, W A Pendleton,
1-iuasu-d Sehr Oljra, Itodln. from San
P.k Kamfioul, Andetson, from Xeweas-
tle, X S W
liiig Uonsiieln, A .liicoh-nii, fiom San
lik Velocity, Mnrlhi, fiom Hongkong
The xtviuiUM Kinau 1-) due lo-nioiiow
inoi nini; fiom Hawaii and Maui.
'I ho luik FoicstQiiPen, Capl II Nel
son, will i-ail lo-moiiow lor l'ort
Townseiul in lu'l.iM.
XOltTOX- KOMOIff AKHlTJir At
Knwalalmo Clitneli, Honolnhi, Ort.
2il, hyilicJlev.lt. II. 1'aiker, Mr.
fieo K.Xoilon to Ml-. i:ii..ihelh
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Hawaii Notes on the fourth page.
A satchel containing ix gold watch
and chain is. lost.
Tin: King's Itelief Bill passed
lloiibo thih afternoon.
Monthly niectiog of the Camera
Cluh at its rooms at 8 p. in., this eve
ning. Tun legul.ir monthly meeting of
the Honolulu Aiion takes pl.ieo at
7 :S0 o'clock this evening.
A haihkd map of the east end of
O.ihu, the work of a pupil of Mr. A.
Jlutohhifon, is on iewat King Buw.f
Mr. Allied C. Silva nniiouiipes
I'lsewhoro that ho has entered into
InisinosB lelations with JI. G. Silva,
diicces-hor to M. Uonsalves it Co., Ho
Jn the Mortuary leport published
vesleiday an oiror oceuned in the
Uiblo of'caut-o or death." )t!iiths
from fover should have been 10 and
fiom exhaustion 1.
Tin: announcement is made in our
By Aulhoiily column of the appoint
ment of Dr. Itichard Oliver, to hiic
ceed J)r. S. G. Tucker, an Medical
Siipoiinteodent of the Insane Asy
luni. Tun Fiiend htates (lint tho "Hono
lulu rainfall from July 1, 1881), to
Juno IJOth, 1890, uveiaged II) inclies
in tho city, and leached 1!J5 inclieo
in u)iier Nuniinu Valley. Hiloicaeh
i'd lll.'l inclies. Tho last half your
was an unusually wet bonbon."
Miih. Taylor, wife of Mr. Winy
Taylor of tho Adverser, left yestei
day on Hie W, (1. Irwin foi Bun
Kinneii-co, wheie blio will upend u
ley,' mouths visiting her hiotlier and
ilhUr. Mis, Tii) loi has been wiiU'ci
nig fiom I'lliiiatio depici-blon lately
niul lupeulH to be gicatly liciielltteil
iiy tlin iiivigoiiithig ait of the Noi'.li,
EVENTS THIS EVENING,
llmiil I'Oiii'iut, Hotel, ut, 7i!IO.
l'olj'limllui l'Jiieiiniliii)ll Nn. 1 1 I.
I), li, r ut 7 inn,
(Jwmiili' ('iiijiiuII Ho, 777 A,
J, vl 7iH.
TujuiirWubtTiJIu. , , flil
Kiudai, Oct. !!.
The House met at 10 o'clock.
ltiM'tiitu or commit 'rr.i s.
Noble Mullcr presented report.
of the commerce committee on the
bill to compel (loveinmein ollkiah
to piocure mereliaiidise tuul manu
iiicturos for public me within this
King'dom, and to prohibit the impor
tation of (he same, with cettain ex
ceptions. They approve of the gen
eral idea of tlie bill but consider it
loo sweeping in its provisions.
They believe that (he end would be
gain'id by the House instructing
the Government to give the ptefer
ence always to local merchants and
manufacturers in procuring sup
plies. They therefore recommend
that the bill be indefinitely post
poned. Hep. 'Waipiiilani moved that the
report be adopted.
Kep. I'achaole moved that it he
laid on the table to he considered
with tho hill.
liep. I'rowii said the committee
were afraid (hat the bill if it passed
might icstilt in combinations among
merchants and manufacturers. The
Government should not be prevent
ed from buying a piece of machin
ery abroad when it could be got
Noble McCarthy, as introducer of
the bill, was salisiied with thcieport
of the committee. He had brought
forward the bill in the interest of
mechanics. Some bureaus of the
Government got their stationery
printed at tho Coast, and, when
they nin short of a certain form,
would go to a local pi inting ofilce
to have .'iUO copies printed. On
being told the price thev would say
they could get it done cheaper in
California. "How 1110113 tl J'ou
oider to get it at that price?" "A
hundred thousand." That was
wheic the diffeience was. The
local printers could do the work as
well and as cheapl- if they got the
same large orders. The committee
had convinced him, however, that
the bill was too sweeping, as it
might compel the Government, to
buy, say, water pipes here where
they were not made when they could
be got cheaper abroad.
The repoit was adopted.
Noble Macfarlane presented the
report of the Finance committee on
the petition of Jvwong b at for the
leturn of &2." bail forfeited in the
Police Court. Thev find that the
forfeitute was remitted by the judge,
and recommend that an item be in
serted in the Appropriation Bill for
the payment of the amount.
Noble Widemann presented the
majority repoit of the select coni
on the bill to prohibit the manufac
ture of liquor. They recommend
its passage with amendments.
Laid on the table to be consider
ed with the bill.
Minister Peterson piescnted the
majority report of the select com
mittee on police justices bills. They
arc of opinion that only such dis
tricts as show by the business trans
acted that the3' require a police
court hhould have their district just
ices entrusted with tjie jurisdiction
of police justices. They believe
that the District of llamakua has
reached the requisite standard, and
recommend that the bill providing a
police justice for that district should
piss. They recommend that tho
live bills 1 elating to other districts
be indefinitely postponed. As an
instance of the harm that might be
done b3' making those bills law, the
committee say that if the District
Justice of Molokai had Police Court
jurisdiction lie could issue a war
rant for the arrest of a man living
on any part of Maui, and compel
him to appear with his witnesses be
fore him (the magistrate; on the
Island of Molokai. Signed by A.
P. Peterson, J. M. Homer, W. H.
llalstead, and C. 0. Bergcr.
Laid on the table to be considered
with the bills.
Minister Peterson, on suspension
of the rules, read a first and second
time by title his bill to amend the
law relative to the storage of kero
sene oil and other explosives. Re
ferred to the commerce committee.
Hep. Bush called attention to the
large number of bills in the hands
of committees. It would be unfair
to members to have their bills
slaughtered at the end of the ses
sion on account of the neglect of
Hep. Lucas claimed that there
was no neglect of despatch of busi
ness oh the pail of the printing
oiiur.it ok Tin: day.
Consideration of bill for the relief
of His Majesty. (Substituted by
select committee- on resolution to
nppropi into $70, 101.11 for tho pay
ment of the King's debts.)
Noblo Cornwell moved that tho
first bootimi puss, and, in reply to
Hop, Hi own, aidd it wits proponed
hv tho coiniiiilteo to piovldo u hum
of 81 10,(10(1 to cover everything,
Nohlu Wliluniiuiii htild tliu lion,
niuiiiliitr for Hid Unit ilbtrli'i riMvim
fur lirnml mnl Hid linn, immilmr
ti (Mil Mull! Iiml given I1I111 11 Moun,
Nohlil ('nillocll wtllil llllll HllIU)
I Iiu wjiiiinltluu ropoi led Im iiihIih
UMl UilU lliu ITll.lUlU liUli flijd w
tuiuJ liiiiiiul, Till muiiilim lliut
lnlui'Ml nin nut wmli iIujJi
THwiiJU' IJJIUU'JJMJJU U'tU liiJJ
DALLY ULJL.iTIN; UUJNi U.U1.U, II.
King from crown lands wero plnced
in the hands of trustees for the
liquidation of Ilis Mnjcsty's obliga
tions. They had carried out their
it list so well as to reduce tho debt
to .??(!, Ifjl. 11. 'I he principal credit
ors of the King hud assured the
(lOiemment Hint they would release
His Majesty fiom the intciest if the
principal was paid now. Apart
from the secured debt a lloating
debt of S!K),ii(i2 had accrued since
the appointment ot the trust, which
with the other sum made $100,000,
and this bill provided for a loan not
to exceed 110,000. The trustees
had cash On hand to pay another
dividend of Hvo percent, ruder
llio bill the Government would not
advance one cent, but lend its guai
autee that the interest would be
paid. The tiustccs would give
the security of a deposit of S'JOiOOO
a year from the revenue of the
Hep. White moved the indefinite
postponement of the first section.
The House yesterday rejected a bill
that would have increased the re
venue from the ciown lauds so hat
it would have paid all His Majesty's
debts. Members held ciown land
leases themselves, and were afraid
that the bill would bear haul on
themselves, so ihey defeated it. It
would not lie right to hypothecate
$20,000 a year of the crown land
revenue to pay tlie piesent King's
debts, as his successor might come
on the scene before they were all
paid. Suppose the King died and
Billy White was his successor, where
would Billy White he? This bill
was like a centipede it had a sling.
The introducer told them that the
amount did not cover interest. He
was surprised to see such a bill come
fiom the IJeform side of tlie House.
There was something suspicious
Hep. R. W. Wilcox was in favor
of the fitst, second, and fourth sec
tions ot H16 bill. He was glad to
see the bil coming from the
side of the House it did. It showed
some gratitude of those who bene
fited chiefly from the rceiprocit'
treaty negotiated by His Majesty.
Hep. Kanealii was not in favor of
tlie hill. It was evidently designed
by those who were to benefit chiefly
by it. The creditors of the King
wanted their 11101103' secured to them
in this waj-. He did not believe in
tying up the ciown land revenue
for this puiposo. The bill was a
disgrace to tho House and to the
people who biought it there. He
did not know whether the Ministers
had been consulted or not. The
Ministers might have conferred with
His Majesty's trustees and made
some arrangement, whereby a por
tion of tlie Ciown land revenue and a
portion of the King's allowance from
tlie treasury should be used. The
question was when this would come
to an end. Would the passage of
this bill slop the King's propensities
for running into debt? It was a
shame to have tlie King's affairs
paraded within the veiy sight of tlie
graves of his ancestors who fought
and bled for the countrj.
Hep. Bush held that the bill con
flicted with the established law, that
secured to the reigning sovereign
the revenue of the crown lands.
This bill would deprive Ilis Majes
ty's successor, in case of a change
before the debt was paid, of his
rightful income from the crown
Nobles Widemann and Cornwell
It cannot be done. It is impossi
ble. Hep. Bush maintained that if his
bill had passed there would lie no
need of this one. If crown land
leases were put up at auction there
would be a surplus ample to pay all
the King's debts. Why not leave
the matter with the trustees? They
had paid some 8200.000 and brought
the debt down to $70,000, and
should be left to do the rest. Mr.
Cartwright and Mr. Damon were two
of the most trusty men in the King
dom, and the business might safely
be left in their hands. How could
it be told, however, that if this re
lief was granted the King would
stop running into debt? A similar
bill was passed once before, but it
was only a blind, and this might be
the same thing. Ho often thought
the the King deserved a big present
for his services to the county, and
if he was rich enough he would give
him a large sugar estate.
Kep. Pachaole supported the bill.
There seemed to be a misapprehen
sion about it. The Government was
not going to give any money but a
guarantee. Some members' heads
were still sore about the dofeat of
that other bill j'esterday, therefore
they wanted to reject this bill. That
was no way to do the business of
Recess from 12 to 1 :!I0.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at the Hawaiian Hotel
tills evening tit 7:110 o'clock, Hin
dering tho following progruiuiiie;
Miueli Huiupur Fidell,,.. Sim11
(heilum Mom, Noon and Night....
f.M.ftirt.ttf.f. ,. .ti, .hlljlpO
Hi'iiiliilM'tmriiD of Miiyi'ilimii'i. flmlfiuy
riuiliiaiiirolUniig of lluly (new) ,
III noil lMllllllllllllllly
I'iiIiiiiiii. I'll) Aiun, MuhiiiM.
bnhuilloii-rmigl up tn lliiln
1111 1 . . . im 11 11 mi 1 , , , , Ml'i"! IdJl
Wiii iiuilih uiim,, IIiuhiTumI
I'lllml J) ill Mill, 1 mi iMli'uitvli
, TjJii uvimw m umtt mu
iluiilibj Ihii aimmuuh m Mill ulUU'
SAILORS' HOME FA1B.
On Thursday, November Olh, a
fair will 1 e held in the Armory on
Brelaiiia street, the proceeds to be
applied to fitting up the new Sailors'
Homo. We feel quite sure that Hie
whole (.ommutiily is iuteiested in
this woik, and we trust that oeiy
one of our gcueiotis ladies will re
gal d this as a personal appeal to her
to do what she can to help. All
contributions should he sent in as
cm ly ns possible, that (ho committee
may be able to maik and classify
articles. The following committee
of ladies will always be ready to re
Mrs. Mary McKibbin Dowsetl,
Mis. J. II. Wodehoitse, .Mrs. A. do
Soii7a Carnival tn, Mrs. C. M. Itydo,
Mrs. .1. II. Super, Mrs. II. W.
Schmidt, Mis. S. C. Allen, Mrs. .1.
S. McGrcw, Mr3. W. W. 11 till.
New Hawaiian Directory
KO tC lKDO-DL
rjMIIJ aboii! Dhcctoiy 1 now lo he
JL obtained at the stoic of Mc-sr.
llen'.iin. Smith A- Co.
117.1 1! N. I Bl'HGKSS.
O. R. & L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation!
Leaving tlie Honolulu Dofotat 1:45 P. M,
Ti.iini will he made up ofCoiches
and Cinopy-top Cais all one pi lee.
C3"KciuMon Hates foi tliec Ti.diis
50 Cents lo Pearl City and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Re
turn. An oppoi tutiity for
and a bieath of pine
cents per mile.
a delightful tide
nil, foi only two
take caie of thiee
ie young rliildicu.
Willi leferenccs to
kpply by lettei
'X Y Z," Bm.i t.tin Olllee.
a Man, who understands English
and J'oi tuirucsc, a situation ns
gaidener, Mnhlciuan, driieron anything
eKe. Apply to
MANUEL da SILVA,
C,v,7 iltoaw Xo. BH Kinau sti eet.
ihgw rpiIE Dwelling ami IJeanti
fiPXTA JL ful Grounds belonging
JPSEUBS to II. Kicinenscliuelderr 011
Piuiehbowl sticet. Inquiie of
7.J2v W. O. .SMITH.
TO I;ET or LEASE
COTTAGE on King
street, with 7 rooms.
luehidlnr; kitchen, etc.; 111 (c-
.sian well water; stable and outhouses.
C7!5 tf At E. O. Hall & tion's.
STOItES TO LET.
TWOStoieson King sheet
recently oeeupicd by
Mr. Clins. Hustaee, to let at
iea-ou,ihlo lental. I'lcuiNes hac been
thoiuughly leiioiatcd. Possession at
ouee. Apply to
Intel lor Olllee.
TWO Unfurnished Booms
with bathroom. 011 King
stieet. Apply at this olllee.
for a few
JlDiise in town or Mibuibs,
not !es than eight -looms. Apply at
oneo .it this olllee. ilBd 2w
NICELY Fin nMied KooniR
at WnlUM; hoieeearri
uveiy half hour. Apply at
A SUITE of Tlneo Nleely
I'm mUIiim! Hooiiik. two
!2&Ksi hedi ooiiih and nailer, on
Punchbowl sheet near I'nhee Walk;
millalilo for two Miiglo gentlemen,
niiltf II. F. IIKUIIAJM).
AlIOUlsK on Young Hlieoi
near Tlioinux Minimi,
with lb" Mjnnw mid huili:
flsi iliiblu lU'Kuiilllluiliilloiib foi Ihit
lliiuii. AlM'b' id
ulUlf I'oil lifut.
'PIII5 I'MIWIUIV UJ 1) UlU
. W. &
OCTOUIiK 3 iou
KMliViWIIIllllMWtWlil IHIMWIT lOMW
1 UiIPP A Pfl
74 King SI.
rmJ King st.
1 input lei1
Pianos and Furniture
Sloiid Willi Care.
Malting and Carpels Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
For Port Townsend.
Mil rani Saltlnc llni-L
' Forest Queen"
Will leave for .dune port on or about
Snturttny, Ocl. 4 th.
tSrCioni! piiftsiMiRi'r aeenmuioilatioii.
H. DAVIE5 4 Co..
Numerous Maps and Sketches,
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
02!) .lw AK Mciehant St., Honolulu.
STEAM GAUDY FACTORY
F. H0EN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
71 Hotel St. -EC" Telephone 74.
SiaSr APPLY TO
188 tf i Merchant St., Honolulu.
TAI WO CHAN,
Mauiifnctui er of Ladies' aiidOcntlemeu's
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
sKIN SIIOKh -MADK TO OltDUIl.
I'ececil or Mewed. AIho, Nailillef
38 Nmiiuiu St., : : : P. O. Box 20.t.
WENNER & CO.
Constantly on hand a largo assortment
of eiety description of Jewelry. Watches
Gold and Sllier Plated Ware, iVc.
,7volov & Wiitehnalf!i'
KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY.
Kiii Streel, Honolulu, II. I.
kiudH of lep.dis.
puhl to nil
Will pinclleii In Ihe lower Cnurtu of the
Kliigilnui nit atioriiuy, ntlnnd lo eolleel
iug In all lis hiiuiflien, Mtiitlngof hoiiiiiia
anil any other liiilii(ioenliiied lohlin,
Olllint li) Kiugxtreeli iiiliili,
J Vli .'i.bU
Alliiini') ill Law V Nuliuy 1'iihlln
117 Mnii'liiilllHlliinl, lluiiullllll. I(
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ITU JJ ilKlt'Uul l( llwudujij. ly
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NOW IS THE TIME !
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon casj' terms. The additional fen
lure of Insurance goes with even Bond.
Tlie following are a few of the man' attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Compaq :
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED f-QH LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
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PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company Is cquittble, its payments prompt and certain, and Its
(Z'Vomi the Arcio J'ort Sun, April Ath, 1890.)
Tho .Largest; Business Ever Transuded by a Life Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present 3'ear is reported to exceed Fiktt
Million Dollaks. This is at tlie rate of two hundred millions ofasxttr
mice for the year, and is unprecedented in the aunals of life assurance.
Iciylnformation cheerfully furniiihcd to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllee.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
CORNER HOTEIj &
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
SATURDAY, Oct. 4th.
S. EHELICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Chas. J. Tishel. Cor.
FOR SALE !
Ex "ADONIS" & "BLEXGFELL"
From liiiroiiB aid Late Arrivals rrom tbe United States.
ti. II. Mumm it Co. 1
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lfennessy II Str.i
l)c Lango Fils -1 Slai
Gonsale fc Co. .r Ciown
John Exsluiw Extia Xo.
Isloy IJlend Scotch
liourbon, 1881, in hulk
Cuiiudiau Itye, 18812, in bulk
l'abst Milwaukee f
Letup's fit, Louis
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table Life Assurance
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Fort & Hotel Sts.
I Cnri'H DiiKpiiimiu, HlriMlutlieiii.
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