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UAUjY tUHJrfKTJH : UOHUMJbU, JJ, A., OCTOBER 9, 1890.
We Desire lo Call
For Lubiicnting the Valves and
w fHs! &
VALVOLINH is mi earth oil specially propaicd tindci the highest steam
mal ami fioni which all volatile uml earthy mutter ha been expelled by a
jiiniTSH which leaves a pine anil heavy oil, vviin'h pievents the eating nwttj
if holla and keeps the cyliudei and piston packing peifeetly clean. This
wan the liibt .Mineral Oil intioduccd for steam cylindcis ami has been in eon
slant iimj over eighteen yeais.
flFVu also mannfaeturc Supoiior Machine anil Spindle ()il for all
cla-i-e.- of machinery.
lcoitsivdL Ac JfcQlliH,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. 001 3m
' IHotoiiit Itlo.'U." rvoi. Sr .S; J7' Ivintr Hlvoel.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIM, COPPER AND
WW Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & IN'StKANCE AdHNTH,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
l I -A IV' PATIO IV HUl'I'JLIIif,
(,'arpontern', Bl.inkHnilhs', MiichiniHtti' & Plumbcri)' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Uloiihils, Paiute, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
Blah's Sleitin Pumps, Weston's Ccntrlfngals,
Wilcox & GIbbs, & HemiDgtOD Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
K. It. HKNiHtr, President & Manager.
CiODKUKY JJkown, Secretary A, Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppii. Mimi'cIu'In' Hunk, : Furl Ntrei't. Honolulu.
IMPORTERS mid DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain aud decorated; aud Wedgwood
1'iiino, Library A Stand Lamps, ChandolierH & Elcctoliers,
Lamp Futuies id all kinds, A complete iihmmIiii'L of DtiUs A Filet,
PLANTATION SDPPLIES If EOT DESCRIPTION '
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Your Attention To
Cylinders of Steam Engines.
John Ena, Vice-President)
CiX'ii. liuowN, Auditor.
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fur I'liw UmII
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74 King SI.
Rattan and Reeri Furniture.
Pianos and Furniture
Moved With Cine.
Matting and Caipcts Laid,
Upholstering & Bedding
InfMllbto for renewing, InvlKOratln;; and
bcHUtlfylnzthehnlr, removing ecurr, donJiult,
mill nil affections of the sculp, ami curing erup
tions of tliqsUn, dlwatcfl of the glands, muscles
and Intejjuincnts, ami relicUnfr slings, cuts,
brulf c, sprains, etc. The nfllnlty between the
membranes wh'ih constitute the skin and the
hair which drawn it sustenance from this triple
encloic Is very cloie. All illsc.ifes of the hair
originate in the eUn of the head. If the pores
of the aoalp are closed, or if the blood and other
fluids do not circulate freely through the small
vessels which feed the roots with moisture and
impart life to the flbrts, the rc.-ult is scurf,
diuldtufl, slicddlus of the hair, groyncse, dryness
and harshness of the lieamcnts, and entire bald
ness, as the case may be. Stimulate the skin to
healthful action with Barry's Tricopher
ous, aud the torpid vessel?, recovering their
acthlty, will annihilate the disease. In all
infectious of the ekln and of the Kiitatrata of
muscles aud integuments the process and the
eflect arc the same. It Is upon the skin, the
muscular fibre, and the glands that Barry'
Trlcophoroun has Its specMc action, and
in all affections and Injuries of these organs It
Is a sovereign remedy.
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I'roin the Oreatest Living Prima norma,
lladamo Adelilia Puttl-Nlcollnl,
MuNTJiviiiEO, July Stttli, 16S3.
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you that Uahrt's Floiiiua Wateii Ik one of I he
few articles always to be found on my drcsulug
case. In my conception it oni- or the best or
toilet waters, and for the bith it Is not only de
licious, but refreshing and invigorating. J
recomineuu v. wiuiuuu incri e,
L&4to JaU .
Distributing Agents. lm
To Ewa Plantation !
Leaving the Honolulu Defot at 1:45 P. Id,
Trnins will bo made tip of Co'ichcs
anil Cunopy-top Oars all one pi Ice.
iifpion Kate.i for thc.e Trains
50 Cents to Pearl City and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Re
turn. An oppnitunlry for
and a. breath of pine
cents per mile.
a delightful ride
air, for onlv two
New Hawaiian Directory
rpilK abovn Directory is now to bo
JL oliuiilicd al the nloiu of 31v,sr.
Ki'iisdii, rjmltli iY Co.
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French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
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NMNKTY -SEVENTH DAY,
Wi:nNi:st).vv, Oct. S,
The House resinned at. 1 : 1'J.
Hep. Knncnlli was in fuvor of hav
ing the San Diego resolution con
.odorod with the Appropriation Uill.
After having passed the Tahiti line
subsidy, it would not look well to
refuse this one. However, tins was
not the tltne to discuss the merits of
Hep. U. W. Wilcox was in favor
of laying the resolution on Hie table
for consideration with the Appropri
ation Hill. He hoped those who
were trying to defeat it on a point of
order would withdraw their objec
tions. Hep. Riokard considered that, the
matter bellied with the subsidy bill
was the amount of $48,000 propos
ed. As no amendments lo the
amount were offered for the reduc
tion of Ihe subsidy, the rule did not
apply against the resolution for a
smaller amount. Ho voted againl
the hill on account of the amount,
and he was not alone in doing so.
He would have voted for the bill
with a reasonable subsidy. The
amount in the resolution might be
reduced. If it was only S-'OO or
8 .'$00 a trip, the subsidy might re
sult in securing a steamer, which
would bo of ureat benelil to the
small landholders of Hawaii.
Noble Parker thought it was un
necessary to go into argument, lie
would move that the President rule
on the point of Older.
Noblts lialdwin took the Hoop.
I'i evident Walker said tlieie was
no need of further discussion. The
rental ks of the lion, members fin
Hilo aud Hainakiia were very in
genious. He could excuse the linu.
member for Hamakua, as he was not
an old legislator. But the lion,
member for Hilo knew the rule pcr
fsctly well, which made this resolu
tion out of order. The bill
proposed a subsidy to the
San Diego line, and the resolu
tion was similar in this respect. It
mattered not that the amount of
.subsidy was different, the bill and
the resolution were identical in mat
ter. The only way this resolution
could be made in order was by re
pealing Rule 57. This would be a
very bad precedent and unparlia
mentary. The resolution was en
tirely out of order.
Rep. Jsawahi appealed from the
decision of the chair. The other
day the House did an illegal act in
voting 813,000 to certain persons
for advances on the Volcano road.
They thought nothing of condoning
a violation of law in that case, but
in this comparatively unimportant
matter a rule of the House was al
lowed to block useful legislation. A
subsidy of 18,000, as in the bill,
and one of 21,000, as in the reso
lution, were distinct questions, and
he thought the ruling of the Chair
Rep. Kauhi thought the ruling of
the President was correct. The bill
and the resolution were exactly the
same in object. A steamer subsidy
should bo by bill, otherwise what
authority would the Minister have
for making a contract. It was dif
ferent from aid granted to a coun
try road, in which the case the Min
ister had charge of the matter al
ready. Rep. Paehaolc felt inclined lo sup
port the appeal. The appropriation
asked in the bill and that in the
resolution were entirely different.
Noble Homer contended that if it
was only the amount that was ob
jectionable in the bill, there was
ample opportunity for members to
move amendments in that respect.
It was the same matter in botli
cases. He moved the previous ques
Rep. Nawahi closed the debate.
The House could make rules for its
guidance, but those rules must not
conflict with the Constitution. Arti
cle 1!$ provided that laws must not
be made for the benefit of a class.
These subsidy questions were being
decided by the House in a way to
benefit a class, namely, the people
of Honolulu, Hilo had just as much
right to steam line subsidies as Ho
Noble Widemann called attention
lo certain words in Hawaiian used
by the lion, member for Hilo, which
he considered were out of place.
The Interpreter oxplainod to the
House that the lion, member for
Hilo had characterized the action of
members opposing the San Diego
subsidy as unfair and under-handed.
The ayes and noes were called on
the ruling of the Chair, when the
Chair was sustained on the following
Ayes Ministers Cummins and
Drown ; Nobles Widemann, Derger,
Macfuriane, Muller, Hind, Maraden,
lialdwin, Cornwall, Anderson, von
Tciiipsky, Wilcox and Jseiiberg;
Hops, Lucas, Kauhi and Rico. 17.
Noes Noblo Pinker j RupH, R,
W, Wiliiox, Nawahi, Dakur, A,
Horner, Itlulctml, Kiihonkniio, Wui
piillanl, Aplld, l'auliuolc, Kiinculii,
Minlbtcr I'ctcruon, oil bulng call,
ml, wulil hit hull mi limiVHt doubt on
I lm ruling, bill lm diil lint wish to
nut up lih cginliiliv nxiriiiiiiuu
uiOiliihl Unit of tlin holdout, Tlinni'
fiifu lm wUliml In bn ihuiimmI.
Nolilub I'uib Mi:( imliy, I'I)IIII)h,
Hmilimii'. J. M. Ili)imr, noil Kluiqu
rn'iii oMJimnl uii Hut (puni) of
IX .AT K
entirely from that of tlin subsidy,
ufuler thu title ho was convinced
that the matter could not be revived
Ih tho shape of a resolution.
Noble Cornvvcll was in favor of
tho resolution before recess, but now
concurred in Ihe remarks of Noble
Noble von Tcinpsky was in favor
of the subsidy, but'tlui President
knew more than he of legislative
Rep. Rice would like, very much
to M'o a subsidy, but believed in
this matter the President was right ;
therefore lie voted aye.
The President declared the Chair
sustained and the ic-ohiliou not he
lore tho House.
Second reading of bill to amend
the act to mitigate, etc. Read by
title and referred to Ihe sanitary
Second reading of bill to facili
tate ihe collection of debts from
Noble McCarthy moved that tho
first section pass. Carried.
Rep. R. V. Wilcox moved that
the second section pass. Carried.
Sees. II and ! passed.
Noble .1. M. Homer, on Sec. o
being reatl, said he thought the hill
was very cumbersome lo elfect so
simple an object.
Noble McCarthy said Unit on May
'20 he introduced :i bill that simply
amended the garnishee law of 17(J.
Lawyers in the House and outside
lolil him his bill would not work,
and it was referred to the judiciary
committee. lie Had eiigagetl an
able lawyer to diavv up thit bill.
Noble Horner thought the bill
wai designed for the double purpose
ol persecuting olllcials and making
wmk for lawyers.
Noble Widemann ititisiiiiictl his
colleague liom I louobilu was per
fectly correct in his explanation.
Perhaps the bill was prepared by a
Philadelphia lawyer. The original
introducer had spent much labor in
getting up the bill, and the object
was a desirable one. He would
move that the section pass.
The section passed with a slight
amendment by the Attorney-General.
Minister Peterson moved an
amendment to Sec. ii, which carried
and the section passed as amended.
He moved a corresponding amend
ment to Sec. 7, which earned and
the section passed as amended.
Rep. Rickard, on Sec. 8, moved
lo alter t lie percentage payable lo
an ollicial under garnishee from
fifty lo seventy-five percent.
Minister Peterson moved an
amendment to correspond vvitu a
motion lie intended to make to strike
out Sec. 17. The section in ques
tion would make the superior ollicer
of cverj' employee subject to the
beck and call of every complaining
dealer down town, to prove that he
and the subordinate were not in
Rep. Paehaolc thought the provi
sions in question wonltl make great
trouble and confusion. A garnishee
might be served and then the com
plainant neglect to push his case,
when the garnishee would continue
lo hold the subordinate's salary.
Noble Widemann moved that the
section pass with the amendments
proposed by the Attorney-General
and tho lion, member for Hamakua.
Minister Peterson explained the
provisions further for the. benefit of
the lion, member for Molokai.
Noble Widcmann's motion carried.
Sec. !) passetl.
Minister Peterson moved amend
ments to Sec. 10, with which the
Sees. 11 and 12 passed.
Rep. Hookano moved an amend
ment to Sec. 13, vvilh which the
Sec. 14 passed, as didSec. 15 with a
verbal amendment moved by Rep.
Rickard, also Sec. 10 as in the bill.
Minister Peterson moved to sttike
out Sees. 17 and 18. Carried.
Sees. Ill and 20 were amended to
correspond with previous amend
ments and passed.
The enacting clause and the title
passed, and the bill passed to en
grossment, to be read a third tunc
The President appointed, as a
select committee on unassigned land
bill, Messrs. Peterson, Muller, Ra
ima, uornwcll, anil Hind.
The House adjourned at 1 :0.'i.
All onloM forciirtaguproinpllyalleiiileil
to, l'aitlcuhir attention
paid to thu
Storing & Shipping
Of good III liiiindt to thu oilier InhtmU,
Also, Black & Whito Sana
lu ijiiiuiIHIm to full ni nwet price,
lay OlTH'I'.i Ni'M ilour In ,ln, ',
MiHK'HiV mii'llmi lunill,
""' "J M"Ulplionp I,?, II, m
Special Bargains m All Department at
B. F. EHLEBS & CO.'S.
While Drees (loudx,
10 cents yaid.
in btiipcd, at
Victoria Lawn, 10y
piece, for 75
All colors Moiiee Silk,
."rl.fiO, foimerly $2.1)0 yard.
All wool Plaids, teduceil for fiOUnd
75 cents yard.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE I
SJST DiesMiiaking tinder the management of Miss CLARK.
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NO. 77 KORT
The "Dai!-f Bulletin
ImniiciI IOviy TiieNrinv.
ii'i Columns of hileremlni; Now.
Win. G. Irwin & Company,
npri.it IOU HALK
J.ji)kio Ac Cmmii',
PAKAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering,, all sizes.
BUCK & OHLAWDT'B
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN" BARRELS,
PASTURE for HOUSES.
TJIK undersigned is prepared to take
horses on pasture at Palolo.
AtKahakollanl, Walklki, or Washing
ton Place, Beretaaia at. C58 1m
NOTICE of KEMOVAIi.
THE San Francisco Fruit Depot has
removed from Fort street to No.
87 King street near Fori.
CiiO lm Proprietor.
Ostrich Notice I
YISITORS are entreated not to enter
the paddocks where the birds me
kept, not to tease the birds, not to r
their feittherH. Some birds are fiittl
the otheis arrived on tho 19th instant,
require rest and should not ua disturbed.
They can all be seen from tho entrance
vt here visitors will always be welconflM.
Honolulu, Sept. lit). 1BWI. nairn
FROM and after this date wo will not.
be responsible for auy freight after
same has been delivered at apy station.
Parties to whom fi eight Is consigned
must ho at the .station to receive their
No freight will be received for ship
ment lmlw ecu tho hnm of K;.10 and ii
o'clouk a. in , and between 1 :.1U and L'
o'clock i in.
Trains will not bo detained for ship
ment of freight whlioiii i.pecial arrange
ment. iHfrW'o freight will be received after
iIiIn dale uidcns charges are prepaid.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO..
W. G. Afhlev, Superintendent.
Honolulu, Pel, it, ikilO. liT-1 If
rnm: Kaplolanl Maternity Home h.iH
X two rooms to accommodate paying
patients. Ladies of moderalo means
who vvIhIi to secure u home on leason
uhhi terms, before and liming thu time
of ihi'lrconlliieiiiuiit, where the bust of
food, iitlumlaui'u, miming and laudlcul
wklll will bo provided, will phmu apply
at Ilia lloiuu to Mm, Miller, the inuiroii,
who will nliund o mlinliunnii lvo
tiirinv or other liifninmtlnii required,
Honolulu, Onl, I, lhlio, H7ft ilin
dress lengths, only
lllaek Laces A
Flouncings, al your
All styles of Cm tains
dents' Undervveni, White Shirts,'
Sock, Etc., Ele.
The Dest. Pnimr to Send Abroad.
From San Francisco.
. . Dee 13..
For San Francisco.
Leave Due at.
Zeulandia Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 2!) Nov lf
Mariposa Nov 20 Dec 13.
Zealandia Dee 24 Jan 1U
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Friday.. .Oct 24
Fridav. . . Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 18
Australian Ml Survlca.
FOK WAN VKAJNdlSVO,
The new and flue Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, wilt
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
leave for tho above wort -wttii
mails and passengers on or about that
For freight or passago, having SU-
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ajrent.
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new and flue Al steel. steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Oct. 25, 1890.
And will have prompt dispatch wftfc
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Aeent
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