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MONDAY, OCT. 0, 18!)0.
0AHU RAILWAY & LAND GO.'S
T.. Tuhc r.irvct AiiuiiHt ao. ikoo.
A.M. A.M. I'.M. I'.M.
Leave Honu ulu .H:ir. 1 :l.r CiliOJ
Arrlvo Honoullull !i;4t 2 Mil ttt.ll
Loawo llonouhull. ft: 10 10 :"l :!:.ril ....
Arrive Honolulu.. i t-l ! lliiifi 4 ififi ....
Satmdnys iiml Mondnys only.
t yatimliiyfc only.
Stmr Ukelilm from Miuil
Stinr Mlkiilinlii from Kiuint
Stinr Wnlulciile from Knuitl
Itk U H Bryant, 17 '$ days from San
Stjnr Hawaii from llimmkim
Hi' lik Hlrl.fr. l'.'.'i days from London
111; l.mly l.:impnn, IT. da. fioui San
Ilk Koict Queen. II Neloii, for Port
Stmr J Ciimiulns for VVnlmannlo uL
!) u m
Stmr Mokolii for Molnkiil at 5 in
Stmr .Ins Makee for Kapaa at 4 p in
Sehr Kiihiiiiiuin for llllo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
fttnir Cliiuilinc for Muni and Hawaii at
J p in
St m i- Likcltkc for Maul at " p in
Stmr Mikahula for Kmiai at 5 p in
Stmr Wahilcahi for Xawiltwlli. Haun-
iiiunln, Ilnnalci mill Ivilauca at f
Slmr .la. Makee for Kapaa at A p m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr l.lkcllko 70 sks hides. 27 lullcs.
1 horse and lUUpkgs miikIIcs.
Stmr Hawaii 55.10 bags sugar.
Stmr Mlkaliala 11)7 bags sugar, 10 bass
aire, 20 bags pia, and 12 liides.
Htmr Walaleale :ii) bdls green bides.
FOREIUH VESSELS "EXPECTED."-
II It M Flagship Warspite from Hrltlsh
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San
Franeico due Aug 4
Ilr bk Oil van from Liverpool, sailed
July 10, tint- Nov 15-!!0
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
ill IJ if 8 Acorn, Pollard, from a crule
iU N S Charleston from Seattle
U S S Iroquois from Samoa
;S S Claudine, W M DudU, from Glas
gow itk I'aul isenberg. V J Wolters, from
itr fmlp Blengfell, It Irwing, from Liver
pool Am bk Martha I)avi, W A Pendleton,
4-manied Sclir Olga, Itodin. from San
Bk Kamfiord, Anderson, from Newcas
Hrig Conuelo. A Jacobson, from San
Uk Velocity, Martin, from Hongkong
From Maul per stmr Likelike, Oct 5
Mis Mary Uieen, Miss Beekwlth,Mr.s
W II Bifie, Paul Isenberg, Hugh Mor
rison, Mr and Mrs Hardy, Mrs U Swift,
.Mr Sloeum, J Campbell, J Cushlngham
jind sou, J Brewer. Father Silvester, ilr
and MrsL Armstrong, Miss Kalua, O E
Arnold, Mrs Doyle, ltev J K loscpa, Mr
JCcuko and 45 deck.
From Hamakua per stmr Hawaii, Oct
5 J Kenton, wife and children (2), Mj
Button and 1 deck. '
From Kauai per stmr AVnialealc, Oct
5 G E Fairehild and 4 deck. '
From San Francisco, 'per bkC D Bry
adt, Oct 5 Gen J Seaboyd, Capt C A
Morgan, Wm Church, Mrs Farnswortli
From Kauai per stmr Mlkahnla, Oct
MlMMary von Holt, F Hanidon. N
Day, D Johnstone, .1 Bacon, Miss Bar
rels, J Itahe, J II Kalmlanl, O X Dove,
y curium, O Gravelll, D W Koach.Miss
KahilJnaand 50 deck.
Tlw bark Lady Lampson, Captain F
O Sodergren, arrived early this morn
ing, 15 days from San Francisco. Had
Jlno weather the entire passage. She
brought a full cargo of general mer
chandise consigned to Messrs C Brewer
The bark Blrker, CaptLightbody, ar
rived yesterday afternoon, after a pass
.ugo ot 125 days from London, with a
full cargo of general merchandise, con
signed to Messrs G W Macfarlaue & Co.
The bark O D Bryant, Capt Jaeobsen,
arrived yesterday, 17 days from San
Francisco with 1800 tons general mer
cliuuili.se consigned to Mesar HjucLfcld
& Co. She also brought 14 hoica ami
MILLEU-AtKealla, Knuai, Septem
ber 27th, to the wife of C. K. Miller,
The Hawaiian Ranu will give a
ipu'blic concert at Emma Square
.this uvening at 7:30 o'clock, ren
dering the following programme:
lOvcrlmc MiiruiiK'Ho Auber
hirlmit Solo Louisa Miller. ..Itergsoii
( Virnct Solo Flint Love Nemiiiin
Selection 1 1 Trovatoro Verill
(Jui', 'J'wo, Tliicc, Four. .Maul Girl.
Seloellon Itiiliiin Meljillos.Kiiiimiv.ottl
.Maivh Tlio 1 linli'it Wagner
'Wullz-T-Diulily....... ....... Biu'iiIoskI
-Miilley llhick Itilgiulo Ilcwi'
"TlUNM HlJWAIIHKIl," it roiiiiiimil
4itlnii, tUII Jio (iiiiiuI on IIik foiiiih
I m no.
'I'iij; Oulolii-r thrill of lliti Hiipiniiiti
LYiljit Willi In lliiiiur.Jiw UjiM Jim.
Mi, luiiiJi u mm urn. mmm
Jil !iMillilll!iy UUW MWUMi
Monday, Oct. G.
The House mot nt IU o'clock, but
a quorum for business was not oh
luiiiuit till 10 :'-'().
Hop. Itii'kanl, under suspension
of the rules, moved a resolution that
the House adjourn till Tutirsdny
morning nt 10 o'clock, in order to
allow members belonging to the
Planters' Labor and Supply Com
pany to attend t lie annual session of
Noble Haldwiu moved an amend
ment to adjourn till Wednesday,
which he thought would give ample
time for the company's business.
An additional reason for adjourn
ment was Unit the Supreme Court
term began this morning, and he
noticed that the lawyers were absent
from the House.
Itep. Wnipuilani moved that the
resolution be laid, on the table. The
mover of the resolution had always
been Haying that he nud the other
planters were there to do the bus
liieHs of the House. l!y and by
some member might move an ad
journment on account of a meeting
of the Evangelical Association in
which some of the native members
took a deep interest.
Hep. Rick a id said he was not
moving an adjournment for the sake
of going on a pleasure trip. Ho
was opposed to adjournment for
trivial causes. The Planters' Com
pany, however, represented the in
dustry that gave life to the countty.
It was for the judgment of the House
to decide whether they should ad
journ or not. There were members
of both the House and the company
from parts of the group, who would
like to attend this annual meeting.
He accepted the amendment of the
lion. Noble from Maui.
Kep. Kanealii was in favor or the
amendment. Who knew that those
wealthy planters would not agree to
pa' the King's debt? There were
about ten planters in the House, and
ho thought it a reasonable retptcsl
that they should have an opportuni
ty of attending their meeting.
There were several questions re
garding labor before the Legisla
ture, and the planters might give
valuable suggestions thereon. He
noticed that the lawyers did not have
the courtsey even to ask leave of
absence, but stayed away of their
own will to attend Court.
Noble Isenberg seconded the mo
tion to lay the resolution on the
table. The business of this House
was of much more importance than
that of the Planters' Company. The
planters' organization could do
nothing if the House did not provide
measures for supplying labor. He
would move that members of the
Planters' Labor and Supply Com
pany have leave of absence till
Noble Baldwin said the lion. No
ble's remark was the very reason
why the House should adjourn.
There were half-a-dozen bills before
the House regarding the labor ques
tion, on which there was a difference
of opinion among plnnters. If they
discussed the matter at their session
they might come to an agreement.
Noble Isenberg thought the com
pany might hold evening sessions,
and moved the previous question.
The resolution was laid on the
Itep. Rice presented a petition
from various schools of this city,
with 500 signatures, praying for a
law to prohibit the sale of tobacco
to children under sixteen years of
age. Education committee.
Noble Pua presented a petition
from 450 lepers on Molokai , pray
ing that Superintendent Evans and
his assistant be removed. He moved
it be referred to a select committee.
Kep. Waipuiiani moved it be re
ferred to the Molokai committee of
Noble Fua said that committee
had finished all their work and were
about to submit their report.
Rep. Hookano favored reference
to the old committee, as a contrary
petition had gone to tliem.
Noble Widemann considered it a
mistake to suppose that the House
had to act on every petition pre
sented to it. This was executive
buuiness. Suppose the committee
recommended the removal of these
odlcinls, and the House adopted the
report, and the President of the
Board of Health said he did not
know them, how would they look?
Then if the Minister of Interior re
fused to remove the superintendent,
all the House could do was to pass
a yotc of want of confidence to re
move the Minister. The committee
of thirteen was unwieldy. Would
they go up to Molokai again? The
plainest and simplest way was to re
fer tho petition to the Minister of
Interior, and lie so moved.
Itep. Puehaolc claimed that the
House could tako action and com
pel tho removal of the superintend
ent. Noblo Wldomnnn thought the
lion, member Hhotild have got ut the
bottom of tlio enso, It would have
wived his (Noblo W.'a) tlmo to ro.
fuU) him, IJo itul not Hiiid that the
lloiuo hfil DO right to nut. Tho eon
Htlliitlonul rlBlit of iiutltloii t-Jtml by
llio linn, moiiiliuf lie knmv lutfriru tli't
yowilf iiiuii (Hup. I'uuimoiP) wim
mill, i mi niu wwwr ni'iti wn
ilmt (Im Jimiit) Hiinuld not wiiMm
w ovr I'vury pinion, n up
jiif iljp tou Ukmn at llii? UuimJ
LA1J, UlILLHiTIN: IJU.NI.M.U l,U II. I
of Health vn removed by a lesnln
tion of the House, and he nteil for
It, but the House lnul the tight to re
move no ollhcr except the Ministers.
He had called the attention of the
House to the question of whether It
was worth while turning out the
Ministry for tho sake of lenioving a
petty olllcer on Molokai. If these
four Miuisleis weie turned out it
was very questionable if their hiic
eossors, hud they any backbone,
would submit to the dictation of any
committee in a matter where a Min
ister coilld (In justice. Reference of
the petition to the. Minister was the
best disposition of ii to make in his
judgment. He did not think it was
well or wise for this House to as.
sume the functions of the Govern
ment. If they could do thnt, they
might as well establish themselves
as the Supreme Coint of the coun
try. Then they would have every
thing in their own hands the Leg
islative, the Executive, and the Ju
dicial. There would then be foity
eight Ministers inste.nl of four, and
they would have a jolly time.
Rep. Nawahi was in favor of re
ferring the matter to either ihe com
mitteeorto the Minister, and if lo
the Miniter action should be taken
Rep. Paehaolt' was. sbrry that No
ble Widemann had gone' out, mid
spoke at length.
Noble Miiisdeu moved the previ
ous question. Carried.
Rep. While appealed on the mound
that he had the lloor when the pievi
ous question was moved. Pcihaps
the Noble from Hamakua was so
much bigger than he that the Presi
dent could not see him. lie would
suggest that the President wear his
President Walker said he recog
nized Noble Marsden first, but per
haps "Rep. White was up first. If he
had made a mistake it was not in
tentional. The Chair was sustained.
The petition was referred to Ihe
Minister of the Interior.
r.iu'oiiTS of coMMirrr.us.
Minister Cummins reported that
it had pleased His Majesty to sign
the following bills:
An Act to amend Sec. 1, Chap. .1,
Laws of 1870, relating to gaming.
An Act to amend Sec. 3, Chap, lo,
Laws of 1881, forbidding the im
pounding of animals for trespassing
on lands that are not fenced.
An Act to amend Sec. 0.1, Civil
Code, as amended in 1882, relating
to auction licenses.
An Act to provide for the enforce
ment of certain liens pertaining to
An Act to establish and regulate
the Kohala Water Works.
Noble Marsden presented the re
port of the select committee on the
petition of the Hawaiian Tramways
Co., asking permission lo use elec
tric motive power. They submit a
bill granting the desired permission.
Laid on the table with the bill, which
was read a first time.
Noble Walbridge presented the re
port of select committee on the Wui
Itiku Water Works bill, recommend
ing its passage. Laid on the table
to be considered with the bill.
Noble Midler presented the report
of the commerce committee on the
ocean cable bill, recommending its
passage with certain amendments.
Laid on the table to be considered
with the bill.
Rep. White presented a minority
report of committee on opium bills,
To the Hon. J. S. Walkeii, Pres
ident of the Legislature.
Sir, The undersigned respectful
ly report upon the bills Nos. !)I5, !)8,
130, andjllT, referring to licensing
the sale o'f opium :
That bill 130 should be indefinite
ly postponed, and that bills 93 and
M7 may not be commendable for
being too complicated. Bill 08 may,
however, be amended by inserting a
section in the same to read as fol
"The licensee under this Act and
every other person shall not sell,
give, or in anywise furnish any
opium to any native Hawaiian; and
any person except a duly licensed
physician or a druggist upon the
prescription of a duly licensed phy
sician who shall sell, give or fur
nish to any native Hawaiian any
opium or any preparation of opium
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and
upon conviction thereof, shall bo
punished by a line not ex
ceeding five hundred dollars or by
imprisonment at hard labor not ex
ceeding two years or by both such
fine nud imprisonment. All police
and district justices shall have juris
diction in such cases."
And wit sqch section added to
the bill wv recommend the ruiic for
passage. The question of revenue
alone, though of impoitance, is the
Inst which wo have considered, but
the effect of Issuing a license and
preventing tho thefts and corruption
of olllcials, aside from the preven
tion of smuggling nud its attendant
corruption, uio in our opinion hiiIII
cient reasons to recommend the pas
sago of tho bill,
Jt 1b notorious that enonnoim am
ounts of opium are brought into Ihe
Kingdom by smugglers nud in many
cases by connivance with CihIohih
olllcials; tho Uaulng of u license
will do away with that and subject
tho tnilllo to proper regulation by
thu uiiiliorUlttH, Tliu LegMiitiiie
whotiM give thlu fpitmiloi) morn wu
ijoif lioiiklilnriiWoii Hum iuroiii' opin
ion hm Ihh'h ilono by tho mujoniy
of tliU niiiinilUifu, Wm, Win n,
AJUuIhiiI IJumsd, JliJJJfilUlUi HuIm
OFFER FOR SALE
The Cargo of the British Bark " Birker,"
Jitfet Received in 125 Days from London.
Galvanized Corrugated Iron,
In 0, 7, 8 & 9 Feet Lengths;
HARRKLS REST ENGLISH PORTLAND CEMKNT,
CALVANI.ICD ItUCKETS & THUS, all sizes;
CASKS SAFETY MATCH US,
Itos Bin Mottled Soap, siiuwm Pipss,
ASSORTMENT OK BOATING HATS,
11ALKS OE STRIPED L1NKX RICK RAGS,
KAlirlllJNWARH & GLASSWARE,
SpiHiial Konulii'ul Assortment ol
AXMIM3TEE and PERSIAN BUGS !
Magnificent Assortment of
SATIN WALNUT BKDUOOM SUITES,
ASH & WALNUT RilDROOM SUITES,
OLIVK & GOLD SILK BROCATKLLE PARLOR SKTS,
OLD GOLD PLUSH SETS,
Inlaid wswM Satin Chain, Inlaid Tables,
ROSEWOOD CARD TABLES,
UPHOLSTERED FOLDING CHAIRS,
OAK DINING ROOM SUITES, Upholstered in Leather;
Handsome Assortment of
MIRRORS ! "' "r'nt.Sr.ilriv,!;:!!::.1'1''"1' i MIRRORS
WALL BRACKETS, In Variety;
BLACK & (HOLD GYPSY, OCCASIONAL a CORNER TABLES,
-... Ijarge Assortment of
WINES, BEERS & LIQUORS
3Uo., TEtc, IStso.
Laid on the table to be considered
with the bills.
Rep. Nawahi presented a resolu
tion that the Attorney-General be
requested to present all the evidence
he has regarding opium at the Cus
tom House and Station.
Rep. Brown moved it be laid on
the table till the Attorney-General
be present. Carried.
Recess from 11 :;".) to 1:30.
Mr. Walter Hill gave n banquet to
bis lato employees in the Bum.ktin
establishment, at his rcbiilencc, Le
leo, Saturday evening, in view of bis
transfer of the biibiness tJ a charter
ed company. There was a full at
tendance and Mr. G. Carson Kenyon,
a former editor of the paper, Mr.
Wray Taylor, for years a reporter
therefor, and Mr. .7. E. Brown were
among the guests. An elegant feast
was spread of which full appreciation
was proved. Tho caterer had pro
vided a handsome cake for the host,
int-cribed, "Aloha, Waller Ilili," and
another in the shape of an open
book, hearing the inscription, "The
Daily Bulletin Pledged to neither
sect nor party, but established for
the benefit of all." The assistant
editor, 1). Logan, distributed this
cake to the company with a word
deemed suitable to each one. He
then pmposcd the health of tlio host,
saying they all liked biin and would
be called on in turn to speak for
themselves. Mr. Hill responded
feelingly, expressing for them all a
friendship that he wished to be
mutually continuous. Speeches weie
bad afterward from Mr. Taylor, Mr.
.loliu Crowell, foreman of tho com
posing mom ami editor of "Auction
sales to-morrow," Mr. O, K. Sponcer,
foreman of the job department, Mr.
Mcheul.i, Mr. Kekuiuauo, "Minister
of Mailne," Air. .las. II. Bolster, and
Mr. .Ioh. Rosa. All of "the boys"
spoke with evident sincerity of their
deep esteem for Mr. Hill as. their em
ployer and friend. Mush: and gen
eral hooiality closed tho happy enter
tniuuicut. 1 JJ. & L. A.
npiIK regular monthly meeting of the
X Pioneer building ,t Loan Asso
ciation will be held THIS (.Mnmhiv)
"tiJil o'coek, (u .Me-
STORKS TO JvET.
.iula rpwOHtuioiinii Klngnlieot
Mmm I recently ori'iipled by
HW .Mr. CIiiih, llunimii. to lot in
iiminiiuhlii imihil, I'lumUiw liuvii liimn
llininiiglily ii'iimiilnl. I'ouiimIoii til
oiieii, Appli to
OfTOBIliK fi nv.iu.
ASATC11KL containing ;. Gold
Watch and Chain, also oiuu mou
evnnd ley. A reward will he paid for
delivery of same at thi olllee (171 tf
ALL parties having accounts with 1).
How aid Hitchcock will please
m".cutthilri'luiiiis hefoie October Ifiih.
at ihe olllee of .1. .1. Williams. f(i7f. :tt
'TOURING niv temporary absence
XJ from the Kingdom Clias. T. Wil
der will act in all business matters of
the tlrni of Wilder & Co.
W. C. W1LDKU.
Honolulu. Sept. 2fi, ISflO. litis 2w
ALL shooting of game on the lands of
Knlmiiikl. Moanahia, Ilnlawa, Aiea
and Kalauao. District of Komi, Oaliu, Is
strictly forbidden. Anyone found tres
passing on the above hinds will be
prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
HARRY M. WHITNEY,
V. I. SPALDING,
A. .LCARTWIUGHT, .Hi..
Lessees of Shooting Pight-i.
NOTIPK Is hereby given thai that
pieee of property on King .stiei't,
opposite the junction of King si reel and
tlie Prison road, belonging to the eslale
of D. Mnmikii, and at picicnt occuili'il
hyM. de Quadro.s, bus been Imimlit
from the administrator of ald estate,
bytliesaldiM.de Quadros, who now
holds full right and possession of said
M. in! QUADRO.S.
Honolulu. Sept. L'!i, WM,
rpilK Knploliml Maternity Home has
X. two rooms to aceoiuuiodate paying
patients. Ladies of moderate means
who wish to secure a home on reason
able terms, before and dm lug the lime
of their contlneinent, where the best of
food, nltondiini'c, nursing ami medical
skill will bo provided, will please npplv
at the Hume to Mrs. Miller, the iimtiou,
who will attend to admittance, give
terms or oilier Information reindict).
Honolulu, Oct. I, 1MM, 1)70 Mm
FROM and after this date we will not
be responsible for any fi eight idler
same has been dellveied at any sinllon.
I'uillus in whom fieight U i'ounIu'iumI
must be al the station in receive ihcti
No freight will he leeched fur chip
miuil between Urn hour of bum and u
o'clock n. m , ami luttwmnt iiiu ami J
o'nlon!. u in,
Tiuliw iv III mil Uoiloiiiliieil foi' hli
hiuitl nl Muhl vtlllimil tm'elulniriiiijpi'
Hitt'i fiululil will Li. ini'iiUiiil ntliir
ijh uuu iniJu 'liliwi
.. f. '."" lY0"'."" ' u"'ii"i,i"i
IMH JUIIA VA-Yi
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Eooif able
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
litre of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The foltowing are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original 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 tho ATew York Sun, April Ath, 1890.)
The liiirRent Business Ever Trunsiicted 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 Kiktv
Million Dollars. This is ut the rale of ttoo hundred millions of assur
anceor the ;eir, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
SstirMuformaliou cheerfully furnished lo any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllee.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agenl for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the II. S. Jan-1-91)
CORNEU HOTEL &
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
SATURDAY, Oct. 4th.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Leading i EVIilliner : House
. Chaa. J. Fishel. Cor. Fort & Hotel StB.
' "FOR SALE!
Ex "ADONIS" A "1JLENGFELL"
from Europe annate Arrivals from lie Diei Slates.
"Royal Club" t
(!. II. Minimi A Co.
Ponimery See 5-
Louiti Iiocdcrcr )
lfennessy !1 Star
He Lunge Fils ! Star
WontmlCK & (Jo. i Crown (
John Exhhnw Extra No. 1 J
iHloy lllenil Scotch
llourbon, 1881, in bulk
Canadian llyo, 188'J, in bulk J
P.ibst Milwaukee )
Lemp'H St. i.o.i IMAGER HBIUl'a.'R
r'ledcrickbburg San Jote )
II ASS'S KNULISH ALE, (il'INNESS'S DI'lILIN STOUT,
EUROPEAN PORTS and SHERRIES,
Of Kent (Juulily;
OnUfoniiat "WineM anul JBriiiulioH,
In Oiifkt. ami l'iutH. Ktc, Kle., Etc, Etc., Etc.
q,, (( n ., , , f Cnriw Dimpephiu. Sliongthdii
Tho Moot ' Tnnin JllfHynImn, HiwlorcH Suuild IU
I C Duol lUIIIU VioHhlng Sleep. Pi Men? (o, Nijin.
W, Oi M3A000K & 00.
vim mwm m& m, jv-w$w mm 'mmiwm hj.
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