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LALIil liULLJilTlN: 1JUJN M .U 1,1 1, II. t., OCTOJjbJK 4, iou.
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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
'I'd 'L'uki- I'.iutI ausum .'io. is;m.
l.M. A.M. I'.M. I'.M.
Leave Kor olulu.
8 1 in i:i."i :.::)
'i M'.i 2: in (l-:tif
10:51 :s 51 ....
11 .-' I n.'i ....
Saturdn.v and Mmul.iv
t Satin (lus only.
Oi I ) -Japanese
lii.in-of-w.il Tsukulii - Kan
fioin lmlli l.i .uisti.dln
Stun- Kinaii finm M mil and Hawaii
Mini Muknlli fioin Molukul
bihr Kniiikcuittll fioin Koh.il.i
VfcSSdS UAVIHJ 10-M0RR0W.
Ilk Koiet (jtu eti. II XeNon, foi Toil
VESSELS LEAV Ml MONDAY.
Sinn .1 Cummins ri Wnininiinln a
!) a in
Stiiir .Muknlli fin Muliikai at 5 p m
Stmr.la Al.iken foi Ksip.t.t at -1 p in
Hclir Ktilain.iim loi Uiln
Pi oih Hawaii anilMaiii ptr -tuir Ki
iuii. Oil lDi E U ltinul anil son. A T
Kiaii'i, U 0 Kennedy, J (Jnetcu. U Y
Ainu.i.J i) Mm I'm, .Mi-s M Kioui.ik.ini,
Akon.i. M Kelilna and -nil. .) X fc v 11
liains, P .1 da Ko-.i, M K ICcohok.ilole,
and (IS du'k
CAKGUES FROM ISLAND PUR1S.
Slinr Kin in K)(i vhi'cp, 5 lioi-i'
Ij jjt- pot.iliie-. IV kilcs wool, 50 bill-,
mm-. .:n . no tnn non, no
Stun Moknliil( lattle, 10 calves, and
hi In- Kauike mull 'JITJ bigs Mig.u.
'I he h nk Foie-t Queen. C.ipt II Xel
Min, will sail to-iuoiiow morning iu--tciitl
The 4-in.i-lL'il M'lu Olfra w ill sail either
Monday or Tuesday of next week with
full caigo of sueur for S in Fi.moi-ui.
The stmi Kiuau will lay up next
w cek for cleaning. The steainei Cl.iud
inc ill lake Iiim louto next Titu'ilay
A tiaiulug Japanese man-of-war ar
iiveil in poit this noon.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The 'rypogiapliieal Tnion
iiieei this ccning.
Uuka'i iciluution --alu at the Teni
lle of FuMiion coimnenecs today.
Tim:i:i: was a hiilh at the Matei
nity Home on Wednesday, Oct, 1ft.
Tin: Kapiolani Maternity Homo
has a notice, aniioimeing aecomiiH)
d.ilions, in another column.
A iir.smMJi.K cottage, fin uitlieil or
unfurnished, located neiu thu old
hasohall ground, Makiki, ib tolut.
J1i:sshh. John V. Culbuin it Co.
have lirowood, rliarcoal, lime, and a
fresh lot of li.iy, gmin ami feed for
Au. claims against D. Howard
Hitchcock must bo pichcntud to J.
J. Williams for payment heloio Oct.
Am. claims against tlio ship lllong
fell must bo presented to Tlico. H.
O.ivies .t Co., on oi before noon of
To-sionitov, October fith, an ICn
glish sermon will bo delivuied at the
Catholic Cathedral of Honolulu, nt
thu 7 a. m. mass.
Tun Japanese tiaining ship Tmii-l;uba-Kan
arrived in nort about noon
to day and was saluted by the war
.shijib in the luubor.
Tin: constitutional amendment
com mitt co was in session oer an
hour at the Hotel last night, and it
is understood the main points of
amendment weio pielty well dismissed.
Mkshjib. Hollislei it (Jo. h.uo been
awarded tho contract for supplying
dings to tho Hoard of Health nl
JKiOUO.HO. Tho tender of Messis.
ilenson, Smith & Co. was for .MOill.l.'l,
or !f8i.8:t liighcr tlian tho successful
bid. This shows pietly close liguiing
in view of tho fact that tlieie nio
hiuuliedh of items,
Tin: soi vices of the .Second Con
giegiitiou of HI. Andrew's Catbedial
on Kunday will lie as follows: llilfi
a. in., Holy Uomiiiiiuiou, with soi
iiion. Haft's sonieo in 1) will bo
Ming. Hymns !I22 and !li:i; 7:110 j.
m., ICveiisoiig with sprmon. Aiitlioin,
"Tho sun shall bo no initio," by
Wood waul. Hymns 222 ami 12,
A i ahiiiiinahi.i: tlirong on lln mh
iiudiiH and a host of ueonln on llm
gioumls of tlio Hiwiiiiun Hotel
gullinml to tlio biiuil coiH'erl last
uiglit, l.niituriiH on tlio linibliiig anil
eleiillin IIIiIh in tlio truuH inudii u
liiilliiinl illuiiiiiiutioii. Hli( Imuil
buys pluyi'd mid sung Willi spiilt,
WHIHi lf ill" lloit nileuliuiii. being
Tin: M'iiiil nf Hi" I'ldimu t'uiii'
HllUlU" lltHiilll'll b)' till' dl'iiKljlllJIO
Ibbis, in muiitini' lulu Hit' nliji'id
Ho I'l'imii nun ii utiii in uii' itPHw
III it' iJ I WD, hu Um'ii luiuli'il ujiil
mm llu' lit'UM', ii nil miMi
HUIUM b'V "' "wtw'W
nmt w "iMiiuiMn mm'
mm iw I'm m
Sxitntnvr, Del. I.
The ItoiHe met at 10 o'clock,
ui.i'oins (II COMMIl IMS.
Nohlu (Joinwcll pieseuted tlie ie
port of thu select comniitlue on the
bill Io pioMMit tlie keeplnj: ot rnh
hits. They recommend iU passage
with Hie aiiienilment proposed by
Noble Ciahlic, excepting from the
ptovisioiH of the act the keeping of
pet rabbits eonlliied.
Laid on the tattle lo be consider
ed with the hill.
Hop. Ilookano piescnled the ic
poit of the judieiary committee on
the petition of Chinese meieliauts,
praying that all restrictive laws and
oppressive leyuhitions regarding
their nationality be abiogaled. They
hulnm' thai the removal of restiio
tions on Chinese immigration would
be unwise, but submit a bill to am
end the law of 1888. Tlio bill ex
tends the time in which return per
mits may be used, fioin one year lo
twoye.us. It is also recommended
by tiie committee that Chinese mer
chants ami Chinese who have taken
the oath of allegiance should he ex
empted trotn the locpurement of de
positing a photograph and other dis
agreeable provisions of the law.
Suned by .Jos. Nawalii and Y. II.
Hep. Hrown, int inducer of the pe
tition, moved that the renoit be
Hup. While moved that it be laid
on thu table lo be considered with
the minoi ity repoi t.
Hep. Hiown did not know there
was to be a nnnoiity luporl. He
withdrew his motion, and Hep.
Noble Jlaufai lane presesenled the
ipport of the finance: committee on
petition for S.jOOO to open a road
fioin Iwilei to Putihale, Island of
O.iliu. They lecoinmend that the
piayer be not granted, as the roan
would cost moie than tho amount
asked, and there is already a good
load to l'uuliale.
Hep. Lucas icpoited from the
printing conimitte the "Heport of
Committee on Census of 1888, on
Hill relating to the Subject." punt
ed m pamphlet form.
onui.u or TIIK UVY.
Further consideration of the Civil
Hep. Brown was opposed to the
indelinite postponement, of the bill.
It was needed to give steadiness to
the public service, freeing oilicials
from the vicissitudes of political
change. In Great Hritain members
of the civil seiviec were never dis
till bod in their positions on a change
of Government. This svstem en
sured experienced incumbents in all
subordinate positions, and oflicials
who bad no dread of political
changes would give belter service
than those under a different service.
Civil service reform had been a great
improvement so far as it bad been
cariied out in the United States.
Noble AVidemann said the' had
been living in blissful ignorance of
the strife in tlio outside world.
When Mr. Gibson's Government re
moved Col. Allen from the Custom
House, and Mr. l'arke from the
Marshal's oflicc, thcic was a great
howl. These were about the only
instances of objectionable removals
until the Heform Government intro
duced a whole system of spoils. It
was nothing but spoils with that
Government, spoils everywhere,
spoils in the elections. This bill
was intended to do away with the
spoils system. He hoped the sec
tion under consideration would pass.
Hep. Haehaole, for the sake of
argument, supposed that a change
of Government should take place
after the passage of this bill. The
new Government might then ap
point a partisan Civil Service Com
mission, who would have the power
of perpetuating the very evils said
to have existed under tho present
system. However, it might do no
harm to try the bill for two years
and then if it was a failure it could
be repealed. He withdrew his mo
tion to indefinitely postpone tho bill.
Hep. Ilookano icnewed the mo
tion to indefinitely postpone the bill.
The system was too elaborate for
this little country. It was neces
sary in the United States, because
important oflicials had to be sta
tioned thousands of miles from the
seat of Government. There was no
thing wrong but the contrary in the
changes of oilicials made after the
election. Under tho proposed law
an unpopular ollluc-holder could not
be removed. When a new Presi
dent look olllco in the United States
theiewasa general change of oili
cials. lie could seo no objection to
tlio saino thing taking plnco hero.
It appeared to him that tlio bill was
designed for u favored few and a
pellicular color of oHlec-holders,
Hep. Wiilpiiilnui had signed tlio
icport recoiniiiiiiidlng the passage of
tlio bill and not without having rcu-
sons, Fonnuily H was only iiicmU
cif thu King ami tlm loyal family
could get ollleu in thU country, U
whs iliu mini tliul Imkml tlio big
guul pig who got tlio olllou, Thin
mmlliiiiml (III hk7 ami tlimi tlm )(
furiii Oovuiiimi'iit would only np
mini int'ii In nlllun wlm liml liulpi'il
Iil thu itituluiiiiii, Thu hill wu
joml In iiujulilim iixmuiiiuilwiiu fui
WlliMI uijli illililul juuimi, u
mmwiil. II lliu lluttiuiuh K uiJiivlh'ul
AwMUliuj) pjijlilk llji a luttii
MUjUllfl) t4Ji uJMJw Uv uupw
lo be appointed as thf local mogis
tr.Ui There weie numbors of
natives having knowledge of law
but who were passed over in these
appointments. Tlieie was one police
magistrate i Komi who could not
spell the Chief Justice's mime, or
write or speak Kngllsh.
Minister llrowu siid one thing
was veiy app.ueiil. tins bill would
lelieve any Cabinet from consider
able pressure, .it might in that
manner be also a iclief to the public
seivice. limI seiviec leform was
advocated in the t'nltcd Slates by
the leaders of both parties. There,
wheie the spoils of olllee weie very
extensive, a civil seivice measuio
was much needed. Only a mint of
the indomitable eout.ige of Hi evi
dent Cleveland would have attempt
ed to enforce the law, and this lie
believed was one of the chief causes
of Ids defeat. It might be well to
give the proposed system a tii'd in
this eountn. He would favor, how
ever, striking teachers and police
ollleers out of the bill. It was
doubtful if the Commission would
bo competent to decide on tbeipiali
lieatious of leaehirs. In the case
of itolice otlleeis the placing of a
separate authority over them might
detract fiom necessary discipline.
A policeman was like a soldier, un
der a superior olliuer at all times.
Hep. Nawahi doubted if a Com
mission could be obtained qualified
lo till the bill. It would be hard lo
get five men who could pass on the
qualifications of all the oilicials in
cluded. There would be danger ot
getting commissioners who did not
know as much as the candidates.
Suppose an olliuer or one of the
commissioner committed an offence
just after the Legislature prorogued,
how was the case to be settled? Thu
Legislature was the only tribunal
for conducting an impeachment, and
it would perhaps have a great ileal
of it under this law. It was all veiy
well for the lion member for Kona
to say that the bill was good in
giving preference lo native Ilawai-
lans. tint at present tne iiovcrn
ment was on!' appointing foreigners
to oflicc, and it looked as if this bill
was intended to confirm foreigners
in positions. The bill was too cum
bersome for this little country. Ha
waii was like a little sailboat, where
every halliard and sheet was within
reach of the man at the helm. There
were too many laws already. It
would be good service if they wooded
out a gieat many now on the statute
Hep. Kauhi did notsee w by this and
other bills were inttoduced, unless
it was to show the constituents of
the introducers that their members
were trying to do somcthingo Per
haps in 181)2 thcic would be a bill
to exterminate centipedes, vvhich
might lie a good thing, because these
creatines were worse than rabbits.
He had been waiting in vain to hear
the grandfather of tuts bill get up
and defend it. Five doilais a Hay
to be paid the commissioners for
the time they worked, and he saw
further down that five thousand dol
lars was to be appiopriated for their
expenses. This was the old stoiy
of the camel getting his nose into
Noble Marsdcn asked the speaker
if he would give him the floor for a
moment, as he wished to call his at
tention to an important fact. The
bill was a long one and it being now
12 o'clock, he moved "the House do
Hep. Kauhi said he would make
the motion himself.
The House adjourned at 12 o'clock.
SAILORS HOME FAIR.
On Thuisday. November (ith, a
fair will le held in the Armoiy on
Hrclania street, the proceeds to be
applied to filling up the ituw Sailors'
Uome. We feel qutle sure Unit the
whole community is iiiluip-ted in
this work, anil we trust that eveiy
one of our guneious ladies will re
gard this as a personal appeal to her
lo do what she can lo help. All
(onltihulions should be sent in as
cail as possible, tint tlio committee
may be able to maik and classify
articles. The following committee
of Indies will always be ready to re
Mis. Maiy MuKibbin Dowsett,
Mrs. .1. 11. Wodehouse, Mrs. A. do
Sou.a Carnival ro, Mrs. C. M. Hyde,
Mis. .1. II. Soper, Mrs. II.' W.
Schmidt, Mis. S. C. Allen, Mrs. .1.
S. McGiew, Mis. W. W. Hall.
kw Hawaiian Directory
NOW IS THE TIME
71 King St
74 King H. JM,
Rattan and Rued Furniture.
: The Equit
able Life Assurance
Pianos and Furniture
Malting and Carpets Laid,
Upholstering & Bedding
obtained at the Mine
Itenson, tainllh ,V Co.
1.7.1 aw N. P. MTIGKSS.
now to be
People's Excursions !
R. & L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation!
For Port Townsend.
The riiMl SnlltiiL
Loiving tlio Honolulu Dofot at 1 '15 P. M.
Tiiiins will he made up of Coaches
and Canopy-top Uai-j all one pi lee.
t2FKeuision JJ.ites foi the-c Ti .litis
50 Cents to Pearl Cily and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Return.
sggk Forest Queen"
ggzggp NELSON, Master.
Will leave for above poll on oi about
Sulurtlaiy, Out. Kli.
faYM'hiiiil psi'-M.'ii'.r.i'i .iccommoil.iiliiu.
Theo. H. DAVIES & Co.,
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Honds, and upon easy torun. The additional fun
lure of Insurance goes with every Hond.
The following are a few of the many attractive foi ms offered by this
oilgiual 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 p-iyments pionipt and lertnin, mid itn
From the AVio York Sim, April -Wi, 18'JO.)
Tho litirg:osl. KuHiiH'BH Ever TnuiHUcletl by si Life AHHiir-
The new business of the Kquitablc Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Firrir
Mu.uos Doixaus. This is at the rate of ico hundred millions ofassnr
miceor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
iSylnforination cheei fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllee.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-iib
An opportunity for
and a breath of pine
cents per mile.
,i delightful tide
ah, fm oulv two
-Tiiitoimiot r run-
ll.I.USTKAri I) Willi
Numerous Maps and Sketches,
COKXEK HOTEL & FOKT STREETS.
npO take cine of tluee young
J. Apply iy lettei
with lofeiences to
Z," Ist'i.i.i.iiN Olllee. (171! :it
BY a Mail, who understands English
mill T'ortiH'iinsi'. :i sitiintlnn ns
g.u doner, .stableman, driv ei on anj thing
eise. Apply io
" MAXUEL DA SIT.VA,
fill" Ittoaw Xo. fi:! Kin.iu street.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
liJii Sw 41! Meielmiit St., Honolulu.
Wi 1090. Uila
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
SATURDAY, Oct. --4th,
rpiIE Dwelling and Ile.inti-
r.ii a ,..tiitit 1,1,1.,,.!,,
,nc vin -"- .... v.. ,,i,iiv.- tt .villi. (i:
BSuiaJsiaa i i. itlemensclineiucr, on
Piuiclibnwl sheet. Iiupiiioof
liwavv w.o. smith.
TO LET or LEASE
I WONDER WHY 'TIS SO !
O, man of the world, your love's hut a
A ple.i for pas-inn, a eovei for shame;
A ti. iniled liiuk on a loeky -hoie;
A biokeu shell that lings no moie,
I wonder why 'tl so.
Love comes or goes w ith a woman high,
And all too iiickl. the dieain goes by;
Ami cie you'ie awaie you stand knee
deep, hi your bright (beam's ashes then ino.iii
And wonder why 'tis po.
Although some woman tiled and true.
Points out her soul hi Iter line for j on,
You heed her not, hut pass hei by.
You hear not the iuo.ni, or llm .stilling
I wonder why 'tis mi.
You feck new plcasmes and dieain new
And foigot her pain in the changing
Yoiuctiiiii at last to Hud hei line
1'or nothing could change her love for
1 wonder why 'tis so,
Constantly Is a wnman'x piiile,
bhe moans when a widow, shu
w hen a bride.
And shu loves you, yes, as the angels do,
Although you are falt-e, iiiiklml, undue,
I wonder why 'tis o.
Tin: 1 1 ilo Record "of Sept. :i() has
thu following item: An accident to
Mr. Ohailes Lehman of Ilakalaii
caused him the lux of pail of tho
Unguis on the right hand, Ho was
working on the crane down in the
Unkaliiu gulch, wluui bin llngern be
camo ('aught in the pinion wheels
and weio (umshed, two of them in
tlm n'coml -(joint, Amputation win
neci'Himry niul Hi, YYIIIIiiuix Miueofh
fully pel formed tlm iipejatinn. Thi
IKMMIIIIil 1)11 TiIUhIuV lllrt Wl'uk.
COTTAQB on King
street, with 7 looms.
Including kitchen, etc.; aite-
sian well water; stable and outhoues.
r.7.: tf AtT2. O. HullAshoii's.
STOKES TO LET.
TWO Stoics on King sheet
lecently occupied by
Air. Chan. Htistacc, to let at
lenonahle lenlal. i'lcintses have liccu
thoionghly reiiQvated, Possession at
once. Applv to
072 1 in Intel lor Olllee.
STEAI Gill rlCTOHY
F. HOEN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry CooL and Baker.
71 llotul St. "lOSr Telephone 71.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Forfc Street.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
TVO Unfurnished Rooms
with biithioom, on King
stieef. Apply at this olllee.
(. H tl
WANTED for a few
months a Fiunblioil
House lu town or miIiuiIh,
not less than eight looms. Apply at
once at Hits olllee, t;5tl L'vv
IOELY rurnlBhed Rooiiir
at WalMMs hoisoeaih
half hour. Apply at
liti I tf
A .SUITE of Tin Nicely
Fiiinlslied Jtooms, two
hulioouis niul pallor, mi
I'unehbowl stiiMil near I'alueo Walk;
fiiiltahh' fm two Bliight gentlemen,
i.iii it ii. r. iir.niiAitn.
tOT Al'I'l.Y TO
168 tf ii Mci chant si., Honolulu.
TAI WO CHAN,
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
SKIN SII01 MAOU'IO oiumi:.
l'cceed or Mewed. AImii. HuiIiIIph.
:t8 Nuiiaiiii St., : : : P. O. llnv 20.1.
up 7 SiO-ly
WEMER & GO.
Muuurai'turliii! Je wellei m
J0. OJi KOHT WX'KJJJ3,X.
(?ouetuntly on hand a laie assoi tment
of evei y dcM'i ijtllon of .lewelry.Watehes
(iolil ami Silver Plated Waie, Ac.
.I-woli' & AVncjliiimIti
KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY.
Khig-Slreol, Honolulu, IT. J.
Leading s IVIillifliery : House
Chas. J. Fishel. Cor. Fort & Hotel StB.
K "ADONIS" A "BLENOFELL"
l;ruin Burose aid Lale Arrivals from lie United Slates.
"Palm Tree" )
"Royal Club" I tfT2 TV
"Elephant" ( WAil
(!. II. juumm A Co. )
Louis Koedcrer )
O JEt AJ rjEJk.O-TVflE .
lronnessy II Stai
Ho La.ige Fils 4 Hlai
(iousale. & Co, ." Ciown
.lohn Exshaw Extra No. 1
rpillv Knpluliiiil MiiihimH) .llnniit li'i
I inn hmiiiu hi ni'tmiiiiiiimiili) pit) lug
piithMilk. Iiiiilh' ul iiimlniiilii nii'iiii
w ho uldi liiMiuiiiii a huiiin mi ii'ii'Hi
nblii iijiiiii, Imliiii' uuij iluilim die linn
iiiuii I ii'Minm n'liiniH,
lUll IIIOIIU llllll blllllt
id mi klitbln iii'iomiiiMiliitliiiik fm live
hiiKen. Ad) ul
IHiOlf I'llll klll'Dl)
lull wiiil ni'inniii, uhmv
Mlli I'uinliuii' ul
rnrnjr putu mm tn
,lll IWHIMI. limMIM
kludrt of lepalis.
piild to nil
Will pmlitlee In ihelunin t'muUof the
Kingdom a uitmiie), iitteinl to riilleei
lug in nil Its lint in lieu, xuiiliigof Iioiim-h
niul any other bii.lno. will u!i'il In hhii.
Ollleni III KliiL' ticili iip.lall-.
I I'll ft.stt
l Aiiiiiiittyiii lJn iv .SuUiiy I'liUlln
HI MdH'IiiiiiI bliwl, IJunuliilli, If
HUKtf UiUli llhlli). Ill
m ujju imffijj" i
IJW XT.IJJ' Ml WI '.' . . .
iiirn ui )M hmn puwi
Wijwiwui im llmMik U
Isley Itlend Scotch
liourbon, 1881, in bulk
(anadiiin Rye, I88'J, in bulk
Pnbst Milwaukee i
I.eiup'h Kt. Louit .
FreilerickHbuig .Sail .Iom i
HASH'S ENGIdSII ALU. (IIMNNESS'S DUHLIN STOUT.
EUROPEAN PORTS and SHERRIES,
Of llft (junlliyi
CJiiliCoi'iiiit VViiieK luicl X$riniIiJN,
in Oiinki. nnd ciikit Kii., i;ti',, Ktu,, i:ie., nil.
The " Best
('urn ih'MMipin, btitii
IPIH. h M1IIK UJII
llm mtli'iil, nUM. BflUUt UiP
'Ull H.I.H IIV
W, Q, MMiOOK & 00,
mm MX mi c!--jrir liuj'ii tjjwuijmiw in