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TIU'IWIMY, OCT. 0, 18!)0.
(ItmrO K llMiop from chciilt if UiiIhi
Sclir ICu Mo! fidin lluiimkim
tUnirKtlmieii II mi from lliiiiiiil.ini
iitiiirlttuliinl hum lluiniikim anil l.uliu-
Sluil .1 A i.'iiniuilu from V:itin:tiiulo
V S (Mintli'-tmi fiom Lnhulna
Tern Vet:i, A I'lldhcr;;. -' dn.J hoin
I'll! I 'llMM.'lll
Kluir l.chim for r mi .nut lliil.iihiu :it 4
CAflCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stun-U It HMiop 707 tmsjs puhly mitt
JOO hum-lies h:iiiuiiw.
.Slmr Iwiilmil -H7!t liii .u;iir nml l"i
Slinr Ml liic.i lion -AM) Ij.ij- su.ir.
l-'ioin 1 1 :i makii.i . pur Mini- Iwiilnni,
Oelll ,M (Ken-nil. Antliew Mntite.
li I'' Kuutuii. A M Hpioull, mill ',', '. (led.
SKtPI'lNi. i.i.l -.
The sic-iiner W (J Hall i iIiiimo
iiiiinow lrom Hawaii siml Alaiii.
The tern Vcttii. (.'nptahi A l-'riilbeij;.
iniiieil iIih mui-utiu:, -'" ili.-flom I'.irl
'I'onmimmiiI with :t.s..oui feci' lumber for
.Mi'i Alien A ltiililiiiin. liiiil m'i.v
cilui wcathc-i the llr-t leu ilnys until the
lutlimlo of Mm ri-.uicWcu ttn's icnclii'il,
then hail ll;lit winds ihe ict of the
The Minr K.umilon h'ls icccived tluce
now mnytM, ami will be littcil up like
ttio slrnr l-Vli1.
The I1 S 8 ChnrlL'-lon ictinneil to pint
this morning fiom her shoit eritKu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TiiKiiiali-ily (hihtoius Iteport i
crowded (nil until lu-mniinw.
Tut: Hiiwaiinn B.iml play.-, al the
In-writ1 Asylum this afternoon
A oi:xti,i:ma.s wislus comfortable
KioniH, with a private family, with or
Jah. V. Mnigau will hold his reu
l.ir :is1j Mile to-inot row at 1U a, in.,
jtt his Balorooni.
Tub enfie of tho King vs. jMunucla,
I'ilipi and llimalc, for rohliory, cun
tinufts on trial to-day.
Tiik DAtr.Y liuhuniN ib by jmlilie
choice iih well as liy ciiculiition tho
li'iuling paper of tho Kingdom.
John W. Kulua has been appoint
ed Agent to take Acknowledgements
lo labor contracts foi Wailuku, Maui.
A 'special meeting of the Hono
lulu Arion will be held at the Arion
Hall to-mm row evening at 7 o'clock.
Tiikuk will he ii hop given by the
Honolulu Aiion at their Hull, Satur
day night. All niemheit? aie cordially
AIu. Jas Gay has been appointed
Chairman for the .Road Board ol the
district of Waialun, Oalin, vice II.
Dit. A. B. Carter otters for tale one
top buggy, one buekboard, one f-et
hingle harne."i, one driving mare and
one tuuldle mure.
!)n. A. A. fiane has lesigned the
position of Diistrict 1'hysieiun for
.Makawao, Maui, intending to letiie
.laiuiary .'ilbt next.
llu. E. Kahulanni has been ap
pointed round Master for Kaihia,
IComi, Hawaii, in pliu-e of '. N. Si
Mn. G. P. Kanmuoha of North Ko
hala and Z. Lukinu of Hannlei have
been appointed Agents to grant mur-
iage licenses in their respective dis
tiiets. The Athletic Association will hold
:a meeting at Mclnerny's Hall this
.eveuing to receive the report of com
mittee on by-laws and for the elec
tion of ollicers.
The stockholders of the Waimea
Sugar Mill Co. will hold a meeting
next Monday morning at 10 o'clock,
at the oftice of Messis. Schmidt &
.Sons, Fort street.
At 10 a. in. to-morrow, , Lowis J.
I.ovoy will hold an underwriter's sale
at his salesrooms, Queen street, of
which full particulars areupecilled in
RurKUKXCi: toour By Authority col
umn will disclose tho fact thatwenty
five new lots on tho South slope of
Punchbowl Hill are ofTered for sale
by order of tho Minister of Inleiior.
Mil. A. J. Schroiber has opened a
new jewelry establishment on Hotel
utreot, under tho Arlington. Mr.
Fchreiber announces ho will niako u
iccialty of repairing fino watches,
clocks, jowolry, etc., and guarantees
lirst-clabB work at moderato pi ices.
A i.i. Ihoso thinking of furnishing
or le-furnishing thoir lioubes should
ial;o advantage of the lino lot of
elegant Knglith fiuiiituio anil luxu
lions PeiBian nigs, imiiorteil by tliu
Imrk Uirker, boforo puichasing ulso
whero. These goods, with many
jillier vniieties, will bu on oxhihitim)
lit the iiiiutaiiH saU'HrnoniH of Mchkih,
(J, W. Maufarluiio tt L'n, in uliout one
- - - i i in.
Atu'.niion nmy ho ngalii cuIIimI to
(lift hii'yuln piiifoiniuiini of Mr. )V. H,
,Miil(h' nt lliiviiiDiiiKlrovn next Hill
ijliluy. Tim llnor nr lliu ililllliili5
)HVlliol lIlPIP Will kIvii lllll illl'
ur iiiuii twM limn tiny iirciin In
Willi))) liu llu yut iiiiii!iiuil in ih
iuiunlry, Nnl mil)' hum wlm Ihiwi
niftW AP MU twiw UlJiJ will lii' Bi1)
WplUWfifll)iJ liw wwnwib
m mm iw mumwm ctoii uiii
Tlll'KSDAY, Ut'l. !.
The House met at 10 o'clock.
4 in.rnins op coxntiTii.r.s.
Noble. I. ,M. Ilornut prcm-iiled tln
report of the select cinniiiillee on
the evpijiulitiucM for the lionellt of
llonoludi, upon the lire ilepaitment,
for which 61)1,11? in appiupMateil
for the current netiod. 'L'lie.y yiib
mil a bill piovulini; for the upio!t
by local luxation of bevcral lire de
parliiieuls of the kii.ji'lom.
The bill being rend a llrst and
second time by tile, was ouleied to
bu refenetl to a selccl coniuiittee.
Noble Horner pieseuled the io
port of the same committee on the
resolution of Hep. Mm qui"), for the
appointment of a commission of live
nieinbeis, to report to the Lug
slatuie of IS!)2, upon the pies
tion of a separate iiiuuicipul govern
ment for Honolulu. They recom
mend that the resolution be adopted.
Noble .Muller uiuier.slood that the
coininiltee was lo report on the reso
lution Inn yeais hence.. lie moved
that the tcport be laid on the table.
The President had the same under
stamliiiff of the imilter. '1 he com
mittee was not disehiiiyed, however,
but would icporl to the Legisl.it me
'I lie inoi ion passed. .
Noble Homer later asked if the
resolution was adopted on Us intio
dnction. If not, how could the
committee act upon it?
On discussion it was discovered
that the resolution was simply te
ferred to tins committee.
Minister Itrown moved a recon
sideration of the vote, which car
ried. Noble Marsdcn moved the adop
tion of the report, which carried,
and the President appointed the
Mime committee lo leport to the
Legislature of 1802.
Noble Cornwall presented the re
port of the select committee on the
bill to encourage the cultivation of
coll'ee. They tind that the bill would
benefit the people, that it would give
them a new industry, without put
ting them to the risk of spending
their own money. They therefore
recommend the passage of the bill.
Laid on the table for considera
tion with the bill.
Noble Macfarlane presented the
report ol the linance committee on
the bill to prevent the mutilation of
coin. They submit a new bill and
recommend its passage.
Bill placed on the order.
The President appointed, as se
lect committee on lire departments
bill, Messrs. J. M. Horner, Peter
sen, (J. Brown, Isenberg, and Bush.
OltUKIl OK TJIi: DAY.
Consideration of the majority and
minority reports on the claim of T.
W. Bawl ins.
Bep. Lucas moved that the major
ity report be adopted. The, minor
ity report stated that the grade was
never applied for. In those days
not much attention was paid to
grades, but it was the fact that Mr.
Bawlins' buildings were erected on
a grade furnished by Julius Smith,
a former Superintendent of Public
Works. The property was seriously
damaged, the house being put in
the air, seven feet above the gutter.
Minister Brown said it was evi
dent from the two reports that Mr.
Itawlins had no legal redress. The
Government had never touched his
property at all. No doubt it was a
hard case, but, as the minority
stated, property owners often suf
fered from the changing of grades
of streets. There is property on
Queen street, where, by the raising
of the grade, the owner has lost a
great some of money. It would be
impossible to carry out the recom
mendation of the majority, that the
Government put the property in tho
same condition as it was before the
Rep. Waipuilani, as one of the
minority, said that Mr. Rawlins
wanted the 5000 and odd to pay
the expense of cutting down his
ground to suit the giado. The
claimant also said he had lost noth
ing in his business owing to the
Rep. Lucas said that was because
he had the property leased.
Rep. Waipuilani continuing said
that tho grade of the street was only
lowered two feet. It was the opin
ion of the minority that if this claim
was allowed, there would be similar
claims from ail over tho kingdom.
They had found that none of claim
ant's land was taken away, the
foundations of his buildings were
not disturbed, and his business was
not injured. If ho had any case ho
should have taken it before the
Court. Mr. Widcmann hod a simi
lar caso, only it was for lilling up
the land, and he took It tn tho
Courts, whore it was decided lie had
Hop. H, W, Wilcox was in favor
or the majority report. Tliu nutting
was done for tlio sake of the street
earn. Mr. Clrlhblu, engineer of the
street railway, wauled to liuvo tho
guide raised below that point, ns ho
said tho oiiltlng would endanger tliu
foiimliitloiiH of Air. IIuwIIii'h build
ing, hut tliu late KilH)ilntumluut of
Piihllo World win too hIiiIiIhuii Id
tlllfU tlU Ullvlt'U, blHIIIIItll us If
Ilia work wiu iloiii) hi'D-jiim lliu limn
clili'lly injured IihIohhuiI in tliu i
l'init)l)u inn y,
Nulilu Mint eijiiiiuiuiil tliu uiujtj
illy iDjiuii, Tli' uJoJmiWl liuil im
ill fiuul up lu ib mi wily, TIji
irwwuuiwj JM nil wj gjMlwJ
him a leduellnii ol taxes on account
of the damage.
Noble Widemaun hold that tho
loads belonged to the public, and
when a piivale owner was tnjuied In
making roads it was for the benefit of
the public; llii'iefore, if tliu piivatt
owner was not. paid the damages he
wis Kiinply lined for the benefit of the
public. This was nWllior right nor
lustiec. Ill spoke leellnj;ly on this
matter, bcc.nw the late 'Govern- '
inent built a duck pond on his piop- ,
erty. They saw him improving the i
building but never said a wont till
the work was luihrd These things '
were the result or baling lo'nls or !
knaves in the Government. The i
road-nt;il.inu had been in (tlie hands
of fools the past two years. In
olden times Fort .street was the fa
vorite thoioughfare for walking, but
look al it now it is a mud puddle.
The late Government wanted to
make a sliaight grade un that street.
People were put to inconvenience
and expense in adapting their build
ings to new grades, and in a few
yesiia probably ihe whole thing
would be changed again. It was
hard that the public should have to
pay for having fools in the public
service, but the claimant certainly
hud a grievance requiring redress.
Rep. Kaneatii was of opinon there
was no claim, as no laud had been
taken. The house was put in a
sciiplural situation "a city that is
set on a hill cannot he liid." It
was strange that the majority, com
posed of Honolulu people, should
constitute the majority of the com
mitte, while the disinterested ineiii
ber from outside found that there
was no cause to pay damages. He
moved that the minority report be
Noble Pun interrupted the pre
vious speaker with a declaration
that he had no relations with Mr.
Noble ,1. M. Horner thought it
would be unsafe to open the door
to such claims. He told of a case
in the early days of San Francisco,
whore the buyer of an ugly sand hill
made a fortune out of it. ' The ele
vation of Mr. Rawlins' property
would show people where they could
get soap. (Laughter,) Perhaps by
next session they would hear that,
the claimant had made thousands of
dollars by selling his ground lo fill
Noble Isenberg asked if the prop
erty owners on Beretania street had
asked the Government to pay for
the alterations they had to make on
account of street improvement.
Minister Spencer said no.
Noble Isenberg considered this
claimant hail no bettor ground for
damages than those otners. He
moved the previous question. Car
ried. Rep. Lucas said the propel ty
owners on Beretania street were
paid damages by the late Minister
of Inteiior. lie went on to refute
the idea that Mr. Rawlins' property
had not been seriously damaged.
The minority report was adopted,
2.J to 8.
Bccess from 12 to 1 :J).
FROM THE DEPTHS.
The Editor of The Friend has a
friend. She claims to be a man and
respectable and writes, 1 and many
other good people are ; our lives have
never presented a Haw, he! he! ha!
ha! Haw! Haw! There is another
one, Miss 'P. Ruth, out in the P. C.
A. this morning. Ruth is stran
ger n liction . A triend in need,
etc. We thump a size with you,
Mr. Editor.in yourgreatgal lamity.
To quote from the editorial columns
of that mild, charitable and Chris
tian paper, "The Friend," you will
publish the beastly yelps of your
correspondent ; hbw nicely the coat
fits you in publishing Kamaaina's
letter! How came ou to do it and
give yourself such a black eye?
What, Sir, have you done with that
scurvy pen? Go to, and put it in
that political "sink hole" of corrup
tion. What heavenly politics! What
beautiful language ! Wiat a meek
spirit! Now, you wicked Editor,
you let this disinterested, editorial
patriot alone in his dotage, or, by
the gods, you'll tumble down where
I live in the Lowek Strata.
A GOOSE QUACKS.
What better argument could be
brought forward for a Constitutional
Convention than the letter read be
fore tho Planters' Labor and Supply
Company by their Bccrctnry last
Whilo admitting that they want
Asiatics and lots of them, while any
steps they might tako in the way of
restriction would beiinconHlitutional,
yet they will not trust tho people lo
hold a Constitutional Convention
and scttlo this vexed question to
tho Planters' advantage, but must
run round Robin Hood's barn by
purposing to leavo to a syndicate of
Chlnoso merchants to import and
export their countryniuii at will. In
that easo, Mr. Planter, you In turn
will ho iiBkltig the pcoplo to do hoiiiu
tall trusting; perhaps they will
wnlt nnd sco, or wait for your labor.
HOUSE AND L0DUY,
Noble .Inn ; Homer
Klooil in a ixiimir,
Mi' Willileil iiijiji,
lit) pill ill n mil,
, llul lliii IIuumiiuIiI. "Nnniiiitii"
AliiNili'l. HlUlQull Willi UftJBll.
Nulili' ilp hi, Iflipr'a kiuuwIj wig-
a, uu uwuiIlDiif nyw ijuu &Jj',
liw-Uii) ' ' ffuy I ji tiojjji vrui W
A MECHANIC'S OPINION.
Kiuioit lJii.i i.i in:
There are all sorts of rumors
round with regard to our getting
more Chinese labor. We woikini;
incn hear that Castle & Co. aie at
tempting to work up a syndicate
scheme to Hood the country with
such che'ip labor, oiircurM' pn.l ami
The cry "the eotiutiy is ruined"
for wnnt of cheap Inboi, (of course
Asiatic) now shouted out in the
planlei's interest, is, partly a poli
tical more on the party chess
boaid to throw discredit on the
During the late administration the
cx-MinUter of the Interior was
allowed by law to bring in l'JOO
Chinese a year; he did not do so,
and hence" the present shortage.
Tliu reason Mr. Thurston did not
comply with the law was because he
had a political sword to giiud with
mechanics and workingmen at that
We do not now piopoe to stand
sttll and allow either planters, capi
talists, or politicians to boss us in
immigration mutters and shove the
blame upon our (the mechanic's)
The mechanic and laborer have got
the present political sleight of hand
trick of the wirepullers down fine,
and are dctei mined In u man to foil
them in their attempts to woik upon
any slim weak-backed leaders in our
own parly, at all costs and all
harzards. In any event we do not
at present intend to disclose all we
know regarding the proposition to
Hood the country witli "Cheap
John" labor in the interests of the
planters only, at the expense of the
THE PLANTERS IN COUNCIL.
The Planters' Labor & Supply
Co. continued their meeting this
morning. Vice-president Atlicrtou
called the meeting to order and Se
cretaiy Smith Toad report of pre
The Secretary reported having
forwarded written statement to Mr.
Marques in re contioversy about
I'ortuguesu immigrants. He also
reported having forwarded to Paul
Neumann, Em., a copy of the reso
lution of thanks tendered by the
Company tothat gentleman for valu
able aid and services given in con
nection with Japanese immigration.
A letter from Mr. Neumann was
read acknowledging receipt of the
Mr. W. R. Castle presented the
draft of a bill in re the proposed
methods for controlling Chinese im
migration and the same was fully
discussed, inducing the offeiing of
several amendments to the oiiginal
After the discussion of the report
had been ended it was decided that
further consideration would be given
the subject at the next meeting and
on motion the meeting at 1 1 :.'I0 ad
journed until 0 ;U0 a. m. to-monoiv'
FINE SUGAR CANE.
Mr. S. N. Castle left at this office
a stick of sugar cane from the Ewa
plantation, winch shows the remark
able richness of the soil in that
locality and its adaptability to the
production of sugar. The stick
measures ten fest" in length with
joints, averaging six inches, and
about three inches in circumference.
It is seven months old and will com
pare favorably with cane of that age
produced in any portion of the
world. This plantation is irrigated
by artesian water, and there are
several llowing wells on the place.
Steinitz Chess Club, 7:!10.
Honolulu Commandery No. 1 K.
T., at 7:30.
Athletic meeting, Mclncrny hall,
GOOD Pastille for llorsos at Koolau.
Apply to Mrs. Chas. Hlruiu, at
the King's Stables, or to
077 1m; DAVID DAYTON.
DURING my temporary absence
from the Kingdom Chus. T. Wil
der will oct In all business mutter;, of
the thin of Wilder & Co.
AV. O. W1LDKB.
Honolulu, Sept. '20, 181)0. liiis iiw
MMH,j A ROUSE on Young sheet
EESpA -- near 'J'liimias Nipiare,
BUBiil with Ihe looms and bath;
also stable accommodations for the
horses. Apply at
f-GO tf KortHtiect.
TO LET or LEASE
.MA A fOTTAfJK on King
A?mk JV aiieet, with 7 rooms,
hHH including kitchen, etc.; ai to
hi, in well water; Stable, mid ouilioiises.
UTiltf At E. O. Hull , Son's.
lin M'liiHH'ii in iiin riin.piiHif
fell Jifc'hju' HM'oui,,
J Auciloii Sales by James V. Morgin.
I Regular Cash Sale !
TO-MO?UUV. OH. mm.
IT 10 1M I.OI'li A. II..
Al niv Sal mill. Qii''cu slice). 1 will
"ell al I'lilille Aiieiinii.
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Also, I c.nl'.s (5 old WntHt.
Ami to clo-e foulgiiiiiflit
to Cases Primrose Dew Tia anil 2D times
JAM. F. MORGAN,
"fl It Auctioneer.
On SATURDAY, OH. 1 I,
AT ia O'CLOCK XOOX.
In fiunt of in. Salesroom, Queen tieet,
I will -,11 al t'ulille Auction.
ItioKcn o -addle ami harness:
5 Horses, broken to saddle;
.-. Top KiiKptc-,
1 Open IJu;j.
1 BRAKE, 2 ROAD CARTS,
.IAS. V. MORGAN,
'"" t Auctioneer.
.lu-t reeehed e bark "Bilker"
FIVE OF THE ABOVE PIANOS
Thee histiumcnts have been acknow
ledged by all the leading musicians of
the day to he the er. ei e and epi
tome of all that is
SOUND, GOOD & TRUE,
In the piodiietloiis of the most renowned
makers In the world.
The Asclrtn Pianos !
Have lepeatedly been used bv the lead
ing pianists of tho day at ail the prin
cipal conceits in London and the con
tinent of Europe.
1 Every iusti anient is guaranteed
to ho of the hcM inateiials and is lln
Isheil in the mo-t superior stvle in ecrv
tW I'or sale by
(".S lw Cor. Foil & Qnoeti stuH'ts.
GAPTAIX H. Lijditbodv, of the hark
"JJlrker," will not be lesponsihle
for any debts contracted bv his crew
without his written older. " C.77 tf
ALL persons, who are indebted to
the estate of Ohas. Hiram, are
rerpie.-ted to maku Immediate .settle
ment to Mrs. Chan. Hiram, or to
77 1 w DAVID DAYTON.
rpiIE Dwelling and Beanti
JL fill Kroiuiils belonging
to II. Kieineiisclini'ldiT mi
i uiiriiuuu'i sueei. impute. 01
"7.1 2w W.O. SMITH.
r. . . : ' "
jma BURNISHED Jtooins, sin
yjjESpg X glu or in unites; alst
ffrWdll Mahlo-iooin. Apply "No
27," AhlKea htreet.
A TWO Koomed Cottage,
fiirnij-licd or uufiii-nl-lieil,
on Emma street.
VKKY Convenient and
Dcnlrahlu Cottauo fui-
ulsheil or unfurnished, near
the old hahclmll gioiuid at Mitklkl Ap
ply at Ul'LIOK'S AflEN'OY,
'"fi tf :IS .Merchant Bti eel.
A SUITE of Thien Nicely
l''uniihlieil Jtoniii-, two
bedi minis ami uarlor. on
Punchbowl .street near Paliicn Walk;
Hiilliihlii for two Inglo geiitlcmen.
'ii! U- H. F. HEIUIAUD.
Hnill! Kiiiulluin of a live
L i onni eottiiui) coiiiii eie.
mdKtmm for liounekeeplng, Ooilnue
I'l'iilinlly lociileil mill to let ill a iimkiiii
iible imiiiil, liiiiulriiHl thUiiitlce.
HTOHI5H TO LKT,
I luKiijiily ui'Uljlilkl lu'
immmW ""'' l'iWih wiiiniMi
iltiiiiiijHFi' utuMiuiwji PouiiiUau it)
Ul)i , ViJ' ) b'
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional feu
tore of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following 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 " " ' V.
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company Is equitable, its payments piotnpt and certain, and Its
From the iVcjc Vori Sun, April ti, 18t)0.)
Tli Lurtfost, IStiHiiHMs Ever Ti'im.stictoil liy a LHV AHiir-
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fifty
Million Doluks. This is at the rale of two hundred millions of assur
anceor tie ieir, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
ftST-Information checi fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his otllee.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Aucnt for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life" Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-5)0
CORNER HOTEL &
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
SATURDAY, Oct. 4th.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
. Corner Hotel & Fort Streta.
""""- rri "iiij.imiwhiiiiiiii minimi i iiiiinniiiin mm ,
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Leading : (VliHinery : House
. Cha3, J- Kaliel. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
FOR SALE !
Ex "ADONIS" A "BLENGFELL"
From Europe ana Late Arrivals from tin UuHed Stales.
"Royal Club" I
G. II. Munini it Co. )
I'omniery Sec I
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