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pioc.CHS which leave a pure and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of holts and keeps tin cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. This
was the drat .Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and hits been in con
slant nsc over eighteen years.
gJ0: also manufacture Superior .Machine imil Spindle Oils for all
classes of machinery.
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Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
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DAILY HVJM..KTIN: HONOLULU, H. J., OCTOBER 7, 181)0.
Monday, Oct. 0.
The House resumed at 1 :!10
Further consideration of the Civil
I!ep. Marques had introduced the
lull for the good of the country. As
he never would ho n civil service of
llccr, the hill had no personal inter
est to him. It was drafted from the
English and American civil service
laws. Even ltussia and China had
civil service systems. The dilllculty
of getting such a law into working
in the Lulled States was due to the
hold the spoils system had on that
country. It was a shamo to see all
the postmasters iu thai country
turned out on a change of President.
The public were the sufferers from
such a system. Formerly in this
country, as Rep. Waipinlani had
said, it was those who supplied the
largest number of pigs who got the
ofllces. At the revolution of 1887
everybody who handled a rille waut
od ail olllce and he got it. The ob
ject of this hill was to prevent pub
lic servants being kicked out, just
because the color of their hair or the
cut of their coat did not suit the
politieal managers. Another objec
tion to the present system was that
civil servants were dragged into po
litics, under penally of losing their
places if they refused the orders of
the bosses. Under the proposed
law the bitterness of election con
tests would be greatly modified, as
the olllcials could not be frightened
into taking a hand in party warfare.
The Hawaiian members knew that
he was one of the most sincere
friends of their people, and lie want
ed to tell them that this bill would
protect the rights of the llawaiians
in olllce. It would save thein iu
case another administration arose
which would say that llawaiians were
not lit to hold ofllce. If the native
members refused to support the bill,
if they wanted to cut their own
throats, he should not light against
that. With regard to Rep. Kauhi's
objection that this was the camel's
nose of increased expense of gov
ernment, he would say that the main
part of the work would be in estab
lishing the system. Afterward the
labors of the Commission would be
light, requiring not more than a
monthly session. He thought the
exclusion of teachers from the pro
visions of the bill would be a mis
take, and he asked the Minister of
Finance to withdraw his amendment
in that regard.
Noble Marsden asked if the in
clusion of teachers, taken in connec
tion with the requirement of three
years' residence, might not se
riously embarrass the Hoard of Edu
cation. Rep. Marques said it would not.
Prof. Scott had asked that teachers
be included, and lie was sorry he
had not the resolution on the sub
ject passed by the Teacher's Con
vention. Noble "Widemann said the spoils
system was never known here till it
was introduced by the Reform
Party. Members of that party were
in favor of this bill,, because they
would bo its chief beneficiaries. lie
moved the previous question, which
The motion to indefinitely post
pone the sixth section and the whole
bill carried, and a motion to recon
sider the vote was lost.
Second reading of bill to provide
that any person 18 years" of age can
dispose of his or her property by
Rep. Brown moved that the bill
pass. Carried, the bill to be read a
third time Thursday.
Second reading of bill to encour
age the establishment of steam com
munication, between Tahiti and the
Hawaiian. Islands,, Considered with
favorable report of select committee.
Noble Pua moved that the report
of the committee bo adopted.
Rep., Brown moved that the report
be laid on the table and the bill be
indefinitely postponed. Ho had
voted against the 1 1 ilo and San
Diego line, which would .be of more
benefit to this country than the Ta
hiti line. The country could not
afford to pay this new steamship
Nolile Phillips gave reasons for
believing. thai the Taliili jnu would
be of more value to the pountry
than the llilo and San Diego line.
The subsidy for the hitter would
have gone out of tlie country. In
the case of the Tahiti line it was in
tended to charter one of the Wilder
steamers, and her cxpoiraos here
would not he less than $8000 a
mouth. ' In asking for this subsidy
they did not nsk fpr any special pri
vileges, such as exemption from
luxes, free wharfage and water, etc.
All they asked for was $1000 it
month Hiibsidy. In regard to the
trade lo be developed with Ta
llin, the importH of that coun
try for 188!) wore S7o0,000, most
of which enmo from tho L'nllcd
Slates, Willi tlm quicker cnilHMiHll'
fmtlou between Tahiti and America
iy nip iv))eii iiih'i ii w nmKiin
ulilu to Kiiiiimnn ii toii)ii or t iii
I win would en m ii lliN way, Tl
liiinniliillriiiH of (uitlln Into T
winn iirolmhly urraii'r Hint! IIionii of
uiiy oiiiir coiiiiuy lUTuniuiu w vm
Tim I'midi (jiivuniiiit'iit nloiio loo
finiii rJlhbUlPilfi illll.ilDH worth of
ottll i uiwe I'vt'fv .vimr. wo
liul lii Mril) wliih w tills ua
"T"r '?. I " ait ill.
,'iirv vim i'i W(i
our hills and being shot lor their
hides? Should they not try to en
courage cattle breeding on these
islands? The exports of Tahiti
amounted to $025,000 and consisted
of cotton, cotton scc, mother of
pearl, copra, etc. They would
probably be very much increased if
steam communication was establish
ed to these islands, as the schooners
now running to the States wcro not
adequate to such a trade. He would
therefore move that the bill pass lo
Noble tl. M. Homer was ready to
vote for any scheme of public 'im
provement if convinced thai it was
improvement. The House had re
jected the llilo and San Diego pro
ject, although the management of
tho banta 1 system of railways
promised that, if the scheme was en
couraged, they would advertise the
islands in ever car of theirs on the
American continent. What would
the advertising done by the Para
dise of the Pacific, a very excellent,
medium although it was, anion nt to
alongside of thai'
Noble Phillips Why didn't yon
tell us that before?
Noble Horner Because you would
not give us a chance. We were go
ing to move an amendment, hut
were not allowed the opportunity.
What good would this trade with
Tahiti do us? A few Portuguese
would get pay for handling- the
copra on the wharf. Why should
they subsidize this trade of the
United Stales and Tahiti, after re
fusing to subsidize trade between
ourselves and the United States? If
the San Diego line had been encour
aged the people on Hawaii would
plant bananas, and there was no
telling to what the trade would
grow in two years. We do not want
Tahiti bananas we can grow them
ourselves; nor Tahiti cocoanuts
they are growing all round us.
Noble Widemann was clad to see
the enterprise of the lion. Noble
from Hawaii when the San Diego
scheme was up, and sorry to sec his
enterprise had dried up befoie the
Tahiti scheme was reached. The
speaker's enterprise was not up to
all the provisions of this hill, but he
did not want, to sec it indefinitely
postponed. When the French Gov
ernment offered only $i)000 a month
to this line for carrying the mail, he
thought $1000 a month from this
country was entirely disproportion
ate. Suppose the company spent
0000 a month here
Noble Phillips said it would cost
$7000 for the charter, exclusive of
food and running expenses.
Noble Widemann said the Ameri
can trade that would come this way
was a closed book as yet. Regard
ing the cattle trade, he understood
that in Papeete, tho principal town,
the consumption was only three head
a week, which, if doubled by this
line, would give us a demand of six
head a week. This, at tho prevail
ing rates here, would amount to $72
a week we were to get from this pro
ject. Noble Cornwell said it might be
thought inconsistent in him to sup
port this bill after having voted
against " the San Diego bill. The
Tahiti line he believed would be a
good thing for this country. He
moved that the bill be considered
section by section.
Noble Macfarlane commented on
the statement of Noble Homer re
garding the Santa Fe management,
saying it was strange that this was
never mentioned during the discus
sion of the San Diego scheme. An
agent of that measure had been here
for months without saying a word
about the Santa Fe's backing. He
was aware that reported statements
of J. D. Spreckels & Bros, regard
ing that scheme were never uttered.
The speaker was commenting on the
hopelessness of the San Diego line
being a success, when he was called
to order for-being off the subject.
He said he was only allowing that
opposition to this bill did not neces
sarily follow opposition to the other.
The French Government offered
$3500 a month to the Tahiti line,
lie believed that after a year's trial
of this route the French Govern
ment would support the line without
any other assistance.
Noble Isenberg said the advocates
of, this bill reminded him of people
in Germany who believed in main
taining three hundred thousand sol
diers because it made business. He
did not think that this country had
tojo many cattlo for herself. As
enough had been said about the bill,
he would move the previous ques
The ayes and IIQRS were (wiled on
the motion to indefinitely postpone
the bill which was lost on Ihe foN
Ayes Nobles Bergcr, McCarthy,
Walbridge, Anderson, Kanoa, Isen
berg, Reps. Brown, Jvauhi, linker,
Horner, Rico, A. S. Wilcox 12.
Noes Ministers CiuiiinliiR, ft,
Brown, Nobles Widonmun, Mncfnr
lane, Midler, Pun, Phillips, ,7. M.
Hornor, 1 'alitor, Marsdon, Cornwell,
Von Tuiiipsky, Rops. Lucas, H. W.
Wilcox, Nnwjihl, Kaliookano, Will
piilltmi, Aplki, Paolmolc, Kauoulll,
llnlHteiul, ICuucUen 22,
Noble Horner explained Ills vote
by saying that lie Iiml only uiimvuroil
lite argumout of tho introducer, but
iyiis irllllim o imvo tliii li (tonqlilur
ml section liy aindlon,
Sec, I iiml 'J imml, Tliv
iiiilliorl(itlioMiiiUtitri)r H"' lntti
lor tn i;nlnr Inln n fontniul for Urn
if)'i Jili Im'Iwi'hii Hmiuliilii iiml
Tnlilll. oml urauu iliu uuaijHiiliir fur
term of contract iu Sec. 3 from five
to three, years.
Noble Marsden moved two years.
Noble Cornwell moved to amend
tho subsidy by inserting $1000 in
stead of $1500 for each round trip
to bo made once a month.
Rep. Btown moved $500.
Noblo Isenberg moved $250.
Passed at $1000.
Amendments lo Sec. -1 were voted
down, and it' passed as in the bill,
requiring steamers of not less than
750 tons register, and a speed of not
less limn ten knots an hour.
Sec. 5, requiring tho carringe of
Hawaiian mails without any charge
beyond the subsidy, passed, and the
bill passed as amended, to be read
a third time Thursday.
Second reading of bill to amend
Chap. 32, Civil Code, iu regard to
corporations. Considered with
favorable report of commerce coin
Noble Widemann explained thu
bill. Up till twelve or lll'tecn years
ago there were no corporations ex
cept those of churches in the coun
try. They had since increased
rapidly. Thc,re was nothing iu the
law to prevent fraud when once the
Government had granted the charter.
He gave as a case in point the Aldcn
Fruit and Taro Company, which was
chartered by the Privy ' Council on
the represcntalionthatilhad $15,000
paid up capital. He had been at
the company's headquarters and was
sure it had never put more than
$5000 into the enterprise. This bill
provided a penalty for fraud.
Sees. 1, 2, and 3 passed.
Noble Widemann moved an
amendment to Sec. -I, which carried.
It was lo prevent putting in old
buckets, wheelbarrows, and all sorts
of truck into the schedule of a cor
Noble Marsden moved the House
adjourn. The bill was long and
there were very few members pres
Adjourned at 4 o'clock.
'Numerous Maps and Sketches,
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
C2a sw -10 Merchant st., Honolulu.
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the paddocks wherethc birds are
kept, not to tease the birds, not to pull
their feathers. Some birds ure sitting,
the others arrived on the 19th instant,
require rest and should notbe disturbed.
They can all be seun from the entrance
where visitors will always be welcomed.
Honolulu, ftcpt. 20. 18!)0. (!C lm
ALL parties having accounts with D.
Howard Hitchcock will please
prcseni their claims befoie October Ifitli.
at iho olllce of .1. .1. Williams. fliTf. ;U
DUIiINO my temporary absence
from the Kingdom Chas. T. Wil
der will act iu all business mutters of
the linn of Wilder & Co.
W. C. WILDER.
Honolulu, Sept. 2C, 1800. liliS '2w
NOTICK Is hereby given that that
piece of property on King street,
opposite lite junction of King street and
the Prison road, belonging to the ctate
of h. Mannkii. and at present occupied
by M. de Quadros, has been bought
from the administrator of said estate,
by the .said M. de Qnsulros, who now
holds'fiill right and possession of said
M. i)K QUADROS.
Honolulu, Sept. 2!l, H'M.
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rpiIK Knplolani Maternity Home has
JL two rooms to accommodate paying
patients. Ladles of moderate means
who wislt to secure a home on reason
able terms, before anil during the time
of their conllocmcnt, where the beat of
food, attendance, nursing and medical
skill will hu provided, will phmo apply
at Ihe Home to Airs. Miller, the matron,
who wlI attend lo admittance, give
terms or other information required,
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IjMIOM and afler this date we will not
. be rcspunsihln for any freight nfler
same has been delivered at any station.
Parties lb whom freight Is consigned
must he at the station lo receive their
.No frolglit will be received for ship
ment between the hnurs'of 8:li() mid l)
o'clock a. in,, and. between !::)( mid -'
o'clock p hi,
Trains will not bo detained for ship
ment of freight without special iiiriuigc
incut. W'.Vii freight will ho received idler
Ihln ilnlo unless charges mo prepaid,
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White Dress Goods, in striped, at
10 cents yard.
Victoria Lawn, lOy piece, for 75
All colors Moirce Silk, $1.25 and
$1.50, formerly $i..r0yiud.
All wool l'laids, reduced for 50 and
75 cents yard,
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Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from Byduey
and Auckland on or aliom
Oct. 18, 1890.
And will leave for the above port with
malls and. passengers on ior about that
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malls and passengers for the abovo-'porU,
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