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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8, 1R0.
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Satin days and Monday only.
Ktuir Lebim ft'iuu Nun mul Hal.nlaii
Simr l'ele 1 roDi Wtiimca. K.'tiuil
Sehr K:i Alul from lliimakmi
' Oct 8
Slnir Hawaii for Haiinikiiu anil Ullo :il
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Schr it ry K l-Vter for Knu.ii
VESSi. S LEAVIHiS TU-MOMtOW.
l Slmr l.ehim rnr Mm miiiI llnknlnii ;il I
'y V CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
IP Stnir Pole 10 luis rice.
For M:iul per l.lkcllku, Oct 7 linn U
1) Wnlhildgv. lluh .MdiiImiu anil :l
I'nr Kiiiiiii per stint- Mlkalmla. Oct 7
Jtuvl) I IhiierMin, .Ml-s II lilcnml).
Mis Xiiwnhi, Aliss Alii-ong, .1 Dyer,.Ml"s
Kumilicll, A Flnhr, . llajnes, Mis Ai
liiu. .1 Kuhe and son. m l-'ieilenboig,
(J K Kail child, Win K:is-lc, Meo Fong,
Kc.tloha ami 'J5 deck.
TliKstoiiiii'-lup Far.illon Is ilue Fild.iy
fimu San Diego via llilo.
The U S S Uh-itlcstou will return to
poir. to morrow from her cruise.
Tho steamers Mkellku unci Mikaliula
were detained overall hour l.is.t evening
after their iMial time of aill nj taking
iit'nvy machinery on bo.inl.
IIOOOS Honolulu, Oct. 7, 1 81)0, to the
wifis of Win. II. Hongs, a ison.
YOUNG At Queen' Hospital, of In
tlammation ot tlu' bladder, Oct. 7th,
.John L Young, the well known
-.iddler, in his sixtieth year, leaing
a wifi: and !) childicu to mourn his
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Fuhnsiikd rooms, single or in
mulcts mc ! be had lt No. 27 Alakea
x tree I.
Two rooms in a cottage on Emma
all eel, furnished or unfurnished, aie
Mk. L. J. Lovey has just received
from London a line lot of Anuheilicrg
pianos which he will sell cheaper
Allan the cheapest.
Mb. L. J. Levey, auctioneer, will
sell a large lot cf sugar bags, is bales
of blue stripe, at his salesroom at 10
o'clock next Friday morning.
If you have not joined a watch
lub yot, now is the time to avail
yourself of the opportunity of get
ting a gold watch. Club o is now
An entrance fee of fifty cents will
he charged at the Gleaner's lawn
party to bo given next Saturday, in
order to increase the fundi of the so
ciety. Refreshments will be berved
by the members.
Theke will bo a meeting of tho
Steinitz Chess Club at its rooms, to
morrow evening at 7:!M) o'clock.
.Matters of importance will be dis
missed and a full attendance of mem
bers is requested. The treasurer's
icport will bo presented and aclod
.. i in
Mn. John L. Young, an American
of long residence in the Islands,
died at Queen's Hospital yesterday,
.aged sixty years. Ho leaves a widow
iind a young family of uino children,
who will probably need substantial
sympathy from tho community. Tho
lato Mr. Young for some years indus
triously wrought at saddle-making
on tho corner of King street and
Robcllo luno, Palama.
A Halo Las been made by Uol. G.
V, JUacfarlanc of one of Lib 'Inter
national property" lots, facing Nuii
aiiu street. The size of tho lot is
twenty-seven by forty-II vefect.
Meatus. K. II. Thomas, tho con
liactor, anil Wong Kwai are tho
purchasers or the sum of 8fi,00().
Thu iiuw owners ato now building a
lino block of lire-proof stores on the
There, are eleven more lots, of
Himlliu' size, on this property, ex
tending to Hotel utiil Hethol streets
upon which, It Is understood, Col.
.Mnufiirlnun and others will shortly
erect btnsiiiir mul retail stores, ufUir
ilio fitylo of llin lliiillugton Arumlu
Mr, ilns, Old iimi nolil yoidmdiiy
In MiisHrx, Wiihk KwhI mul Tlioiim
ii lilncU n( IiIn luuil on Nuiiiiini
Mi ml, llilrly-tliroit ly foily-llvw
iTt, rm' $7iiHHii mi wliluli tliriHi inoin
Jlit'iiionf Mori's will In) Imill imtiii
im with Hiohi lining Imllt mi Ha
.llanmlpi ui)!DJi)' piljulnliiH' Tlil
iluiilj will iiiiI bill v w olio of lint
:ii .nrjilfttl liu ujii'
III Uil (illikl
Wi:hsi:siiav. Oct. .
The IIouic met. at, 10 o'clock, a
rptorum being piesent twcnt, mill
HKPoiiTs or committi:c.s.
llcp. Liican for the printing com
inittee reported a hill printed.
Hep. llookano presented the re
port of the judiciary committee on
the hill to divile Liana into two dis
tricts with two niagistiatcs, recom
mending that thu bill pass to en
grossment. Itep. Kiuicalii moved that the ie
poi t he adopted.
Minister lb own moved thai it. be
laid on the table lo he considered
with the hill.
l'ep. llmkatm wanted the bill ;ii
grossed and considered on its thiul
Hep. P.iclinolo thought there was
no need for deferring consideration.
as the lull was plain and no new in
Laid on the table as moved.
Hep. Waipuilani presented the
majority report of the select com
mittee on the Governor hills, signed
by J. II. Waipuilani, V. 11. Ilal
slead, Y. II. Uickard, and II. A.
Widemann. They leeoinmend the
indcliiiilo. postponement of the hill
to repeal the Act of I HNS, anil the
passage of the bill to establish Gov
ernors with certain amendments.
Laid on the table, for consideration
with the bills, the amended bill lo
Noble. Mncfarlane presented Ihc
report of the .select committee on
the chum of II. G. C rah he for three
months' salary as station house
keeper. They Iind that Mr. Crahhu
was treated shabbily by the late
Government, but, as there was no
appropriation lo pay the claim, they
recommend the matter on its merits
to the consideration of the. House.
Laid on the table to he considered
with the Appropriation Dill.
Noble rhillips presented the re
port of the sanitary committee on
the petition of inmates of Ihc Kalilii
Hospital, for the retention of Sister
Rose Gertrude as nur.se in the insti
tution, as follows:
Hon. J. S. Walkuu, President Le
Sir. Your Sanitary Committee to
whom was referred petitions Nos.
301 and 392 relating to the reten
tion os Sister Rose Gertrude at the
Kalilii Rcceivimr Station, hes leave
to report that they have given the
matter careful consideration and
they would respectfully represent
they consider that to take any ac
tion in the matter to accomplish the
desired end would be subversive of
the dignity of the House and would
be besides an unwarrantable inter
ference in the business of the Board
of Health, a separate bureau and
one which cannot be justly interfer
ed with in matters of this nature,
viz. : the employment, retention or
discharge of persons connected di
rectly with that bureau as em
ployees. Your committee would state fur
ther, that they find the lady men
tioned resigned from the position
occupied by her or tier own
free will and accord and no presen
tation has been made to your com
mittee to show that Sister Gertrude
has any desite to be retained or re-
Your committee would therefore
respectfully recommend that the
petitions Nos. 391 and 392 be re
ferred to the Minister of Interior
for presentation to the Board of
A. V. Paehaoi.i:,
Rep. Nawahi said that if it was
subversive of the dignity of
tho House to interfere in the
case of Sister Rose, it would he
equally so to interfere in the case of
Dr. Lutz.- Now, the select commit
tee on tho latter case had obtained
from Dr. Lutz the conditions on
which he would remain, one of which
was the retention of Sister Rose as
nurse. Hu moved that the report
be laid on the table lo await the
report of tho other committee. Car
ried. Noble Macfarlane presented the
report of the linance committee on
the claim of the Board of Genealogy,
as follows :
Honolulu, Oct. 8, 1890.
Ilosf. J. Walki:ii, President of the
Sir. The finance committee to
whom was referred petition No. 229,
asking tho sum of S1,2GG.GU be paid
to the olllccrs of tho ISoard of Gene
alogy for salaries due and unpaid,
beg to report as follows: That they
find that there Is Justly due to these
parties thu following stims : To the
President Poomalkulanl, salary for
August, heptembor, October and 21
days in November, at tho rate of
811)11, $111-1,20; to Joseph Liwiii,
secretary, salary for suinc tluio ut
$70, 82iV); to Mmiu Kuliiumulole,
salary for sumo lime l 570, Sfi'J,
aggregating In nil the hiiiii of 81,
Tim oljlco of thu Hoard nf (iunn.
uloffv wm nlmlUliitd. on Ilio y JhV iluy
nf NovciiiIilt, It"?, mul ut Unit
Hint) Ilium wii mi iiiiiiHmiiilml Iml'
mien illumining lo iliiiciinllt of IliU
iiiiro) iHlluii nl fU'1iV.lil mul
I Iip miliirhiK of liU'eii nlllunr worn
nui nulil ufivnluu'iilkiiyuuruoui'
IUJUJ 11 lllll'r','i)l)J'llll'llijlllllM
.i!iujiiluiluji Mill im lln jiiuunl
lAII-i mil.MuTIN: HUNui.Ui.ll, II. I.,
of lliese claims up In Ihc time of
the abolishment of the Hoard of
K. ('. Maciauhni:,
0. .1. McCaiitiiy,
K. Mm, u:ii,
Hep. Waipuilani moved the re
port be lull! on th" table lo be con
sidered willi I he Appropriation Dill.
Itep. Kane.ilii said this Hoard was
a thing of the past, for which money
was appropriated, but which accom
plished nothing. In the name of the
people he protested aeaitist pay
ing this claim. He moved that the
report be indefinitely postponed.
Noble McCarthy fully agreed with
n good many of the remaiks of the
lion, member for Walluku. But
they found Hint the Boaid existed
under a law until that law was re
pealed on Nov. 21, 1887. They also
found a letter press copy of a letter
fiom the late Minister of Iuleiior,
saying that there was no money in
the tieasury to pay on account of the
Board's nppropiialious. The claim
ants were paid their salaries up to
.1 til V 3lt.
Hep. II. W. Wilcox thought the
House should relieve the committee,
as they had done their duty. lie
was opposed trf paying the money
Where were the records of this
Board? What, genealogical inform
ation had it compiled for the $30,
000 or 810,000 expended?
Minister Brown said there were
no i ecords in the archives of the
Hep. P.ichaole said I he indefinite
postponement of the report would
be an insult lo the committee, which
was part of this House. It should
be tabled for coinideraliou. The
Board was n foolish institution, hut
it had a legal standing.
Minister Broun said that when
the Ministry of 1KS7 took olllce,
they decided lo dismiss the olllccrs
of the Hoard. They paid their sala
ries for the current month of July,
but no longer. What the Minister
of Interior said about no funds prob
ably referred to the state of the
treasury, not to the appropriation,
as that was not exhausted. Ihc
Ministers did without their salaries
for a time, so that there would be
money for necessary expenditures.
After July 31 these olllccrs made no
claim, and apparently considered
that they were dismissed.
Noble Macfarlane said the com
mittee were of the same opinion as
the members who had just spoken,
but they found that the Board exist
ed under a law of the land.
Noble Widemann Did they do
any work except try to draw their
salaries after Julv 31 ?
Noble Macfarlane could not speak
as to that. It was immaterial to the
committee wnat action tue iiouse
might take. He would say that in
the lengthy petition of the Board,
they stated that they offered their
records to the Government, which
declined to receive them.
Noble Isenberg considered that
they should be paid up till the time
they were notified of their dismissal.
Noble McCarthy read two letters
written by the late Minister of In
terior to the Board, the first notify
ing them that there was no money
in the treasury lo pay the bills.
The second was in reply to a com
munication from the Board, saying
its work would he continued, and
the Minister replied that he had no
objection so long as the Board did
so at their own charges.
Noble Isenberg said they should
be paid up to the date of the first
Minister Brown said that was
Noble Widemann did not know
what all the members thought of the
matter, but as for him he would not
vote for paying this claim.
The report was laid on the table
for consideration witji the Appro
Rep. Nawahi presented a re
solution that an item of $21,
000 be inserted in the Appro
priation Bill for a subsidy to a
steam line to San Diego, and that
said Hue be paid 81Q00 a round trip
in accordance with a cnutract to be
made with the Minister of the In
terior. Noble Midler moved the resolu
tion be laid on tho table. The mat
ter had been already disposed of by
the indehnitc postponement of a Dill
on the subject.
Rep. Hookano moved the resolu
tion lie laid on the table for con
sideration with the Appropriation
Minister Brown thought the ques
tion could be settled on a point of
order. The principle of tho rejected
bill was the same as the resolution,
only that the amount of the subsidy
Rep. Pachaolo was in favor of
laying the resolution on tho table as
moved. The lion. Noble might just
as well nay that because ho had
breakfast yesterday he needed none
Noble Wldeiimnii said the lion,
member for Molokal was very learn
ed In the lilies, hut when a ruin did
not milt lilui ho could not find t,
Hut tlioru Is n rule Hint ulicn n nmW
tur liaii huon ludiilliiiU'ly postponed
It cannot liu iciiowtul tialn In thu
Hiiinu busblon, Thai was a miliuhly
mul IIiIr is u vulisfily, mill liu fullml
lo von Iww Ii coiihl Im iitiiuil upon,
NnhJo.l. M. llornnrlllllliulll llll'ld
iiiilllit Id ho oiiiiiu wity nf ooiiiing ut
ii iroM)llion iiunlii If tliiiu U iintv
liylil mi Hit mi ijwjl, In ilin ill..
I'ukkluii uii Un I 'ililll Hun ilio ulliur
iluy. flniJi mini iiuiIIiiii iMirnn oui In-
which made some members
their action on lite matter.
Uep. Paehaole regarded
Wideinnnn wrong as usual
tcmpliim lo nut him straight.
There was ii case under .Mr. Gibson's
government in whleh u mailer wns
decided but renewed in a ditfcicnl
form. Another case occurred this
session when Rep. Rickard, after
having a bill on school ngu rejected,
whipped tt round the stump and
brought in a new bill on the same
Noble McCarty did not see thai
the resolution was bailed by the
rule, and cited a case from 18SS,
when a subsidy to the paper Para
dise of the Pacific was refused and
afterward granted. lie considered
it was parliamentary to receive the
Noble Widemann did not recollect
the Paradise incident as iclated, but
was aware that the lice postage to
foreign countries grained that paper,
the same session, could not be car
ried out'becaiise it violated postal
treaties. He contended that the
resolution and the lejected bill were
absolutely the same matter and
therefoie came under the rule.
Recess, on motion of Uep. 1!. W.
Wilcox, ft om 12 to 1:30.
2 on calendar. King vs. Kimo
"i, luni vs. Palau. On trial.
Justice Bickerlnn presiding in
place of Judd, C. J.
King vs. Piipiilani ; lined $100
King vs. Manuela, Pilipi and Ila
ualc; on trial.
K. Talbolt, a passenger from Ta
hiti on the Tropic Hird, icports hav
ing met Robert Louis Stevenson, the
well-known author, a few months
ago at Humphrey's island, 70 de
grees south of the equator. Hum
phrey's island is a circular coral
reef covered with cocoanut trees.
There is a population there of 800
natives and half a dozen whites.
Stevenson was making arrangements
to leave for his old home in Scotland.
He had abandoned his yacht in
which lie sailed from San Francisco,
owing lo the expense, and was mak
ing the tour of the islands in a small
trading steamer. He was making
collections and purchases of mats,
tools and implements on each of the
islands he visited, and took a large
number of photographic views. At
Humphrey's island, he engaged a
number of native women to perforin
the hoola-hoola dance, and made
numerous piiotograplis or the per
I tnrmnnen. rtnvnnsrm nvnrnssnil
tiimself as charmed with life in the
THE regular monthly meeting of the
Myrtle Boat Club will' be held
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, at 7 :30
o'clock sharp, at the Club linii-e. All
members are leqiiestod to be piesent a
business of importance will come before
MEETING of tl o Athletic Asso
ciation will be held at Meluerny
Hall, THURSDAY EVENING, Octo
ber 9, 18D0, to receive the report of the
committee on bv-Uws, and for the elec
tion of ofllceis. .1. H. FISHER,
(!77 ot Chairman pro tem.
FURNISHED Rooms, sin
gle or in sillies; also
stable-room. Apply '!N-
Alukca street. C7S lw
A TWO Roomed Cottage,
furnlMieii or unfur
nished, on Kiuma street.
"UlARCOAL and Salt
J Mil. CHAS
At the King's Stables.
"URINO my temporary
JLS from the Kingdom Chits,'
der will act In all business, matters of
the firm of Wilder & Co.
. W. O. WILDER.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 181)0. 008 aw
Just received ex bark "llirket"
F1YE OF THE ABOVE PIANOS
Theso Instruments have been acknow
ledged ,y nil thu lending musicians of
the iluy lo he the very cmiiw ami epi
tome of all that is
SOUND, GOOD & TRUE,
I ii the pi oiluct hum of the most i enowned
muU'i'n In the world,
Iluy" lepimleilly Ill-nil iiM'd by the leiul
Iiilt pliuiM nf Hit' iluv l nil Hie lln
clpul cum ml In l.mnlnn "ml Ihc con
llumil nl Kiiiopii
Htf Kvno iimtiiiiiiiiiit U u.iijiuiihii
in III1 HI liu im'i mmi'ii'ii' iMiq i mi
Uliiu iiiliiiiimliiii'llni il)'li'llli
I'DI Mil o
nCTOT.KK N I'fiu
wni.fc. ..iifi wnio! i
Hin I'ti I..1II mif .
lias i-iiiiii-i1 l-i Hie I'lii'-pniiif i
ll.'.l II. .11. 1!.... i
in lei milium:;.
i c wood.
s. :x. I-., i.
And a fiesh lot of
HAY, GRAIN ill FEED,
John F. Colburn & Co.
DRAYM EN .
All older fori-art.-ifiepioinptl attended
lo. Patticular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest pi ices.
IQT Oiriur.: Next ilnor to .las. F.
Morgan's auction loom.
oeti) Mutual Telephone No. 1 9. 1S00
$2f REWARD I
SATCHEL containing r. Gold
A ateh and Chain, alo some mon
ey and Kev. A rewind of S'J.'i will bo
paid for dellverv of same at tin- olllce.
a Well-educated German Girl a
situation as housekeeper or nurs
ery-governess. Address "A. P.." at
this olllce. (177 Jt
CAPTAIN II. LiRhtbody, of the bark
"IJhki-r," will not be responsible
for any debts contracted by
Vtltliout Ills wiitteu outer.
who ato indebted to
of Clias. Hiram, are
leqiicstcd to make immediate settle
ment to Mrs. Clias. Hiram, or to
077 lw DAVID DAYTON.
rpiIE Dwelling and Ileauti
JL fill Grounds' belonging
to II. Rleiueuseliiieider, on
riiueniiovM sn-eei. impure oi
liW'Jw W. O. SMITH.
AVBRY Convenient anil
Desirable Collate fur
nished or unfurnished, near
I li(! old h.iscbul! ground at MnMM Ap
ply at Gl'LIl'K'SAGEXOY,
i;7.i If as Merchant sim-t.
A SUITE of Three Nicely
Furnished Rouius, two
hrdrooins and parlor, on
Punchbowl street near Paluee Walk;
sultablu for two Muglu gentlemen.
tiO I tf II. F. HElUtARI).
A HOUSE on Young street
near Thomas Sipiaic,
with the looms ami bath;
also stable accommodations for thu
horses. Apply at
COO tf Foil Hi eel.
HIIK Fundi in c of a live
L loom collage complete,
for hoiisekeeiihii'. Collage.
centrally located nod In let at a leiisou
uble iciiial, liuiulre ut this olllce,
TO LET or LISAS 13
Mfe& A cottage " KIK
Mwmm J licet, with 7 imuu,
iMEWI Including Mtfhmi, etc,; mli'
Man well Mittci'i Miilile mul uiiiIiiiiimiii,
" Aim. PCIINANIli:..
D7il if A i i;. O. Hull A mm'.
HTOUICN TO hK'V,
10 11)1 til
jranm i wW)
mmmm ml vim.. jimwwi
tiHmjuiu ifiiiui. rMMNi m urn
jpSMib iiiwrnaw. Pwuittwi it
ftrimiiii mi'MWM i
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of the II. S.
COItNEIt HOTEL &
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
SATURDAY, Oct. 4th.
S. EHKLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Leading : Millinery : House
Chas. J. Fisliel, Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
From Enroue and Lain Arrivals from tie UniM Stales.
G. II. Munini v Co. ')
Louis Roedeier )l
HennesBy 3 Star
Do Laage Fils 4 Star
Gonsalox it Co. fi Crown
John Exshaw Extra No, 1
Isley Ulend Seotch
Hourbou, 1881, in bulk
Canadian Rye, 1B2, in bulk
I'nbst Milwaukee j
Letup's St. Louis
Fredeiiekhlnug Han Jose )
IIASS'K KNGLLSH ALK, (U'lNNKKS'S DPIILIN STOUT, .
EUROPEAN PORTS and SHERRIES,
Of licet (llllll ,
In (huU and
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WillOM IlIKl JQl'IMIIiiH,
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Piircn l)opnni,, yimngjIjAii"
till) tfl'Mnill. Ilivslnifl! Huuilil Hi
fii'lifiib'Sli'iip. l'ili'ihN(rj Sw
nilull) mi I Up buij IJU'UU UP i