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DAILY 1HJMJDTIN: HONOLULU, U. I., OCT0M2.ll J, lam).
We Desire to GalliYour Attention To
2s. REGISTERED i
For Lubricating tho Valves nnd
VALVOLIXK is nu I'tiilli oil -pcei ill pupated undei tin1 highcal aleum
neat and fioin which all oliitilo anil e.uthj mattei 1ms licon i-Yiullctl by n
lnoeoK which leaves .i puio ami heavy ml, winch jnooiits tho eating uwiij
of holti and keeps the cylindei and piMmi pucKing pcifeolh (.lean. TluV
wun thi' tlia-t Mini'i.il Oil introduied Ini steam cjbndeiw and hut hum in con
il.utt u over 1'iglitouii j wiii.
SJWW'c uKo niaiiuliicluic Sitpeiiot Machine and SpititUc Oils for .ill
i'1.ivm" of niaehineiy.
IjCon:ird Ac .Ellin.
HONOLULTT IRON WORKS CO.. Sole Agents. fiQl 3m
" Dimoiiil mocK." (),. ir, Jto iT JKintr Hi i I.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIE', COPIER AND
ww Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE,
IflUL0 li'V ICKH,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INStritANCH AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Cirpeniern', lllaeksniitliK', Miii'hiniHtB' A I'lumbero' Took,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Kilclu'ii Uti'tiHile, I'.iinlti, Ode, Varnishes, Lamp Good and
s Steam Pumps, Weston's Contrtfogals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jape' & Sons Family Medicines.
14. It. Hkndhy, President A Manager.
QoiiFUKV Uuown, Secretaiy itTic.isurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. SprccliolM' Jliuik, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS JN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havilantl China, plain aud decorated; and Wodgowood
Piano, Lilu.iry it .Stand L.unpj, GhniidclicrH it ElectolierH,
Lamp FixUiich of all kimlH, A complete .iBdortiu't of Drilln A. Filed,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of E7ERY DESCRIPTION '
'i'hr "(Studio" .'l-whecled Ruling How A. Papuliei,
llliitihc.ud Rico Plow, Plunteih' i Steel it Gooi-unecU'd llneti,
LAUD, CYLINDER, KKItOhKNi:, LJ.NHIWI),
f'int, V.tinirtlttiH X UiuhIiuh, .Manila A. tflmil ltiiiit,
jiandlkh of am icindk,
JIohc JJoho, Homo,
UUHlUIHi WIIIIMKHJNJ) of
iiln lion W'iiiu. HI vol I'IiiUmI
tfilui', Nihil A (Jiijw, Tin Uuulnuui "Ulilli MmilujitHujiiliti
" '..:.' '::;.
mi' ltma umw u.wt
Cylinders of Steam EngincB.
John Ena, Vice-President
ChCii, iiitowN, Auditor.
mipuilm piuMy, tV
U'.irn . Tiililn A Hn'l
V.iru,"iililiiV ,u',,iil Uulltii
74 King St.JB J
74 King St.
Rattan and Reed Furniture.
Pianos and Furniture
Muuil Wlih Taw.
Malting and Caipels Laid.
II A 1 1S TO ICICIS'T.
Infallible for renewing, Invigorating ana
baiittfyliij;Uiehalr, removing ecurf, dnntlrull,
ami all affections of the scalp, and curing erup
tions of the akin, dlaeancs of tho pjamh), mufcleo
and Integuments, and relieving etlngs, cuts,
brutcca, apralns, etc. Tho affinity between tbc
membranes which conttitute the akin and tbc
halrwhlch draws Its nuitcnance from this triple
cmelonc la ery cIoho. All dlecnfcs of the hair
orlRlnatc In tho eUn of the held If the pores
of the acalp arc clogged, or if the blood and other
fluids do not circulate freely through tho small
vctecls which feed the roots with moisture and
Impart life to the fibris, the result Is scurf,
dandruff.ahiddlnsof the hair, grayness, dryness
and harshness of the ligaments, and entire bald'
ueei, as the case may be. Stimulate tho skin to
healthful action Yfth Hurry' Trlcoiiher
oils, and the torpid vipsels, recovering their
activity, will annihilate the disease. In all
HflectlonB of the skin nnd of the substrata of
muscles and integuments the process and tbc
effect are the same. It Is upon the skin, the
muscular fibre, and the glands that Barrjr'a
TrlvoulicroUH has Its specific action, and
In all affections and Injuries of these organs It
Is a sovereign remedy.
Beware of Counterfeit
JFrom the Greatest Living Prima Donna,
Madame Adclum l'attl J.icolml,
Montevideo. Jul auth. 1888
Hum TUnrt.Ai &(' .New York
Dear Mis: I ibkc piuueuru in announcing 10
ou that Bakut's FLoriDA Wati Rinoneofthi.
ftv articles alajs to bo found on m dressing
case, in iiiy cnnctjuion n is our ui uie uesi oi
toilet waters, and for the bntli It Is not only de
llcious, bnt refreshing and Invigorating. J
recoinuicuu a yiaou, rcscrt e.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
001 3 Dibtiiutiting Agents. lin
O. R.& L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation !
j ' 'J.7 , WTrU
Leaving the Honolulu Depot at 1.4D P. M,
Trains will be made up of Coiehcs
and Canopy-top Cai- all one piiee.
BTEMMiiiion llafflSi foi tliee Trains
50 Cents to Pearl City and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Re
turn. An oppoitnnity foi
and a hruatii of pine
cents pi'i mile.
a delightful lido
ail, for onl v two
New Mian Dircctovy
FOB J 800.) 1 ,
rpHK aboM- Diieetory is
X. obt.iincil at the stoie
now to lie
Ilenson, blllllb A Co.
X. J UlTROESS.
Muiiiifm'tiuri of l.ttdlcs' it icntloii)oii,h
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
-MS MlOr.- MAIIh 10 OltPKII.
t'ezxrif ui'Mewfd. AImo, Muililli'M
JIS Nuii.iiiii St., : : : P.O. Iio -JIU.
HI) 7 S'O-I)
jvo, pti i'Uivr MTitjuirr.
ii itHMpliwilntloii of ,w uliy. Wuti )i
Uiild mill Mln-r lMnii.il Win i,i.
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IJJiJ U UiW
MNKTY SIXTH DAY.
Tursuw, Oct. 7
'I'lic House rcsiiinud at 1 :-lli.
Second reading of bill ilellninu;
highways and ileflning nntl cstahlisli
iiiH curtain lights nnd (lutios in con
nection therewith. (Introduced by
the Minister of Interior and amend
ed Ity Coiinnittcu on Coinnii'icc.)
.Seo. 1 passed.
l!cp. llrown, in moving the pass
ago of Sec. IJ, said Unit outMile of
Honolulu the Government did not
have titles to t lie roatl.
Noble Baldwin diew attention to
a giainuialical enoi, which was
tlicieupou cot reeled.
Noble . I. M. Iloiner said lie would
strongly object to the Government
having power, by ils title to any
mad, lo sell thu land occupied by
the road in case of the abandonment
of the 10. id. Tlieie weie numbers of
loads on the islands the claiming of
which by the Government would
produce any amount of lawsuits.
Hep. Ilrown said the Government
would not claim any load that had
notalicad.v been suiiendeied with
Noble Homer was stiii of the lie
lief that when the Government
abandoned a toad the. land should
revert lo the oi urinal owner win I her
tie was paid foi it, or not.
Noble Wideiuann thought I lie ob
jection thut trouble would suise wu
fanciful, and the opinion thai the
laud should teveit lo the original
owner, even if he was paid foi it at
first, was inoru fanciful still. The
roads now used by the public be
longed to the Government just as
niiicli as if lliib bill was law, but if
the light was made clearer by the
hill it should pass without any moie
Rep. Brown quoted Sees. IDS to
188 of the Civil Code, in answer to
the objection of Noble Homer,
those sections providing for the
opening of new roads, with a provi
sion that the Minister of lulerioi
may give other land in return foi
that taken for roads.
Noble Homer had never lieaul of
roads beitur taken by the Govern
ment of any countrj in the uiannci
provided in this section.
Noble Widcuiann said that the
Minister could not open a new road
or close an established road without
following the course laid down in
the laws. The established roads,
that is, those on which public labor
lias been done, are now the property
of the Government, and lie did not
think that this bill was really neces
sary. licp. Paehaole agreed cntiiely
w itli the lion. Noble from Hamakua.
When they came to "places" and
"tiails" in the section, they were
lost. The Island of Lanai was cov
ered with trails, and these were to
be public highways. If this bill
passed it would be au immense hard
ship on small landholders, lie saw
no necessity for the hill, and moved
that tiie words after "roads," viz.,
"alleys, streets, ways, lanes, court9,
places, trails," be stiuck out.
Noble Muller thought that if the
lion, member for Molokai had read
the section to the end lie would not
have made his objection. The sec
tion leferred to roads, etc., "dedi
cated or abandoned to the public as
Noble AVidcmann wanted to say
sometinng more to tnc lion, mem
ber for Molokai, but as lie had
spoken scvctal times lie would move
that the House go into committee
on tio hjll.
The motion was lost.
Noble Widemann moved that the
bill be indefinitely postponed.
The bill was indefinitely postpon
ed on a rising vote, and a motion to
reconsider was lost.'
Second reading of bill relating to
the preparation of jury lists and the
drawing of juiics and the fees of
jurors on the Island of Oahu. Read
a second time by title, on motion of
Rep. Brown, and referred' to select
committee on another juiy bill.
Second reading ot bill lo amend
Chap. 27, Laws of 188G, to reiiuve
certain articles of import fiom cus
toms duties. Read a second time
Rep. Kntidsen, on a dismission as
to what committee the bill should
go, said ho thought the exemption
of cocoanut products, etc, from
duties was against our own people.
He would prefer to see a high duty
put on such articles.
Retencd lo finance committee.
Second leading of bill to amend
thu internal taxation Inns (intro
duced by Rep. Rickard). Read a
second time by title and rcfcircd to
Second reading of bill relating to
tho compulsory school age of chil
llicu. Rend n second time by title
ami ref cried to tho committee on
Second i eudlng of bill to settle
llio ttu In (jurluiu iimiwiinled lauds,
uild to authorize u coinproiiilHe with
the tnibtetiH iiihIoj thu will of thu
lute llenileu I'uimlil Bishop, llimil
(I M'rnml ilino by tltltt mill, no inn
f inn Mf MIiiIhut I'uWiriioii, inmimi
in ii buli'i'l I'nniiiilttmi In lie culled
"llio iiniib.lgiiiiil luinla uniiiijillliin,"
Si'i'iiml inmlln of lilll to iimi'inl
Hiu low mliiiliijj lo iidiiihW iumI
i'.ini. i iiiilliorUu tiin Iiiiiuuinl'
lny u( iinliiiiiU iruiiiitoluH tin jiuMiu
,'iiillioiily for impounding animals
trespassing on thu public rind, lie
moved that I lie bill p-iss.
Rep. Waipuilani moved Unit the
bill be indefinitely postponed. In
t lie countiy the roads often ran
through pasture lands, and a person
who got appointed as a lima would
make a good thing by impounding
nnhuils caught on the roadi. It
was very well in theory lo piu
venf animals from licspassing on the
roads, but the bill would woik haid
ship in piaclice.
Rep. Brown said Mint the bill
ought not to lie indefinitely post
poned. It was absolutely necessary
to have ti law on the subject. Ho
nolulu was the only place where
animals could he kept off Govern
ment hind, and that only in an area
devoted lo the water works. Horses
and cattle were tinned out on the
roads at night, and accidents weie
fiequent from horses stumbling and
carriages being upset over llie ani
mals lying in thuioad. By a judi
cial decision two weeks ago it was
shown that tlieie was no way of
pievenling tile evil. Without :i law
such as that proposed the I'oilu
guese would lie turning out their
cattle and hoises to giae on the
highways over night.
Hep. Kauhi saitl if the Invv was
confined to Honolulu it might lie all
right, but it would be a haidship to
tilt counliy people. The case re
let red to arose in his distiict of
Hwa, which was a gia.iug country.
Tlieie eallle weie to lie seen on the
highways every night, with bulU
digging up the Kiadway. II Hie hill
passed tlieie was no feai that Mi.
Dow sett's cattle would be distui lied,
because he woultl piobabiy belong lo
the cioud that would put the law in
force. Anybody having a diilicully
with the road biuid would be sure
to have bis cattle impounded the
Rep. l'.ichanle gave his version of
the ease lately decided, and said the
repicscntnthe of the fiisl distiict
was one of the counsel, which per
haps accounted for ids opinion.
Rep. Biovvn said the decision
simply showed that the law was de
fective, and he wanted to have it
Ret). I'achaole continued his ic-
m,iiks, holding that the proposed
law would be a hardship to the
Rep. Blown, to set the minds of
his niral ftiends at test, moved an
amendment confining the pi o visions
of the bill to "any city or village of
Noble Wideiuann told of a man,
not a poor man, but a man away up
in thu social stale, who turned his
horses out on the streets. The
speaker tried to keep the load near
his picmiscs clean, but tiiosu horses
were sure to get on the grass, and,
if the gate was left open a moment,
they would be inside his cnclosuie.
It cost two dollars to get a horse to
the pound in Honolulu, and property
owneis ought to have some piotec
tion. He knew that the hill would
cause an outcry from the countiy
members, and thought it would be a
siu and a shame to impound animals
btraying on the road where tlieie
were no fences. Therefore the
amendment should be passed.
Minister Peterson was sui prised
at the biee.e this little bill excited.
It was nothiug new but only con
firmed a right the Government be
lieved it possessed fiom away back.
Had eilhei the member for Molokui
or the member for Ewa ever heard
of any hardship arising from the
exercise of this supposed right r"
Noble Cornwell could see that the
bill would work well for Honolulu,
hut it would put the country people
at the mercy of the chairmen of
road boards. One hundred nnd fifty
cattle walked a quarter of a mile on
the Waikapu road every day for
water. But if the bill was to lie
confined to Honolulu lie was satis
fied. Rep. Knudscn thought that "pri
vate street or road" was superflu
ous, as private owners had the right
lo impound trespassing animals.
Ie moved an amendment uccord-
Noble Cornwell moved an amend
ment limiting the provisions to "any
of the loads in and around the city
Rep. R. W. Wilcox moved tho
ptuvious question, which carried.
The President called for tho am
endments in w tiling.
Noble von Tempsky passed up an
amendment, hut, as it was not mov
ed before the provious question, it
was tilled out of order.
Noble Cornwell's amendment,
which was found to cover that of
Rep. Knudscn, passed, and tin; hill
passed as amended, lo bo read a
thi id time Monday.
Tho House adjourned at 3 :V&.
Ostrich Notice !
VISITORS inn culii'iilcil nut locntei
tint puildoi'U wheio ihu Inula me
Kept, not tqlcasu tu IiIiiIh, nut to null
tlieir feathprH, Nimu hhtls wo Hilling,
tho otluuri nulled nu lint Hub liisinni,
ii'ijiihu lent anil should mil Imdlhtiiilit i,
'limy can all bo hsui fiom thunuiiiiiii'ii
wht'ie vhllnii will nlwayulm welcomed,
Honolulu, hupl, !.'i,lr'ii v'lil tut
fpill. Iiiiiluliiiil Mnleiiilly lluiiiohin
I. IWo llllllilii liiiiiiiiiiiii))i(
pulli'iii., I.mllio or iiiuilitiiilu uiitiiih
whu mMi Hi miiiiii a iiiiiin mi iiuiiiin-
ttlih; lin uii hufiiii' uinl iliiilimlliullnui
in iiu'ii Mtjiiiitwumiii, uiwu) an
iiWflUM'. prulim lit
Special Bargains In All Bepartmont at
B. F. EHLEKS & CO.'S.
While Dress Ootids, in utiiped, ut
10 cents ,v aid.
Vietoini Lawn, 1(),V piece, for 7fi
All coloiH Moiiee &ilk, $1.2!, ami
fliO, formeiiy 2.r.O yaitl.
All wool J'laitN, letlueed for fiOand
75 cents yaid.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE !
gjgf Dressmaking undoi tho management of Misr CLARK.
NO. 77 I-'OltT
The "Bail" Bulletin
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1)2 Columns of lntri uisUim Nw.
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Wm. (i, Irwin 16 Company,.
OH Kit 1 OH SAl.K
1-iiino Ar Oomont,
PAHAITINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
M BA L,
BUOK & OULANBT'S
High Grade Clieraical Cane Manure.
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS,
15 Nuuanu St., Honolulu, H. I.
Bole Ageuts lu tie Hawaiian Islands for
"Old Magnolia" & "0. P. T."
Fine Bourbon Whiskies,
tachman & lacobi's
Celebrated California Wines.
Also, always in ctock, n fall line of the choicest
We have foi
Sarsaiarillu & Iron Water,
Manufactured by Schmidt & Co.,
Stockton, Culu. It Is the must
wholisnnie and delicious tonic ami
beverage of the age.
5Qf Orders from the other Islands
promptly attended to and goods ciuo
iully packed for shipment. (i.l 2 3m
F, HORN, Pwtlcal ConlepHoiier,
Puitry Cool, mul Hulter,
II llulnlHl. "a)r" Vli'jiim 71.
T M. WOWRAimAV
fl i dllnilli') III liw i Vidno 1'ilhlln
IT tlMtUI Mill i'li llmiullllll. I
dies'. ItuiglliH, (inly
$d and -t7 piece.
IJlack Lutes A Moiincingx, at yolii
All styles of Cm
iliiins it Dinpeiy,
dents' Undeiweai, Whilo Shiils,
Sock, Etc., Etc.
Tho Best Paper In Send Abioad.
From San Franciooo.
iMuripasa Oct 18.,
Zenlandia Nov IS. .
Alameda Dee LI..
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For Sun Francisco.
Leave Due at
Zenlandiii (let 1 Out 18
Alameda Oct 20 . . . Nov Ifi
Mariposa Nov 21! Dec in
Zealandia Dec 2-1 Jan 1().
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Fiiday.. .Oct 21
Friday... Nov 21
Fiiday. ..Dec 18-
Aiistralm lail Servica
FOB 8AN PKANCIBUW,
lie new and flue Al steel stemimlilp
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
lie due at Honolulu from Sydney
aud Auckland ou or nbout
leave for thu abova nnrt with
malls aud passengers ou or about that
For freight or passage, havinc SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IEWIW & CO.. Agent.
For Sydney and Aucklano.
The nev and fine Al steel steaimiliip
Of the Oceanic 8teainsiiip Company, wi II
bo due at Honolulu from San
Franciceo ou or about
Oct. 25, 1 890.
And will have prompt dispatch wltb
mails and passengers for tho above ports
For Irelght or passage, having SU
PEUIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, applj
37 WM. 0. IRWIN & CO.. Arrant
&-Our Nuvv AilotyjK Illnslr.ifeif
Oalidoiiu scut fieu ou tippllealloii.
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Man riiinelHi'o, i i Ciillioi nliu
No, 30 Nuumiu 8, , 0. llo WI,
Boot and Shoo Btoro.
lit jt'ui" I lit w j' la
Oceaoic uieaisniii Comii'y .
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