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We Desire to Gall
For Lubiicating the Valves and
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VA LY0L1XE is an earth oil specially jroiai t-il under llio hi;tii!.tt steam
neat and from which all volatile and earthy innllor has been expelled hy a
process which leaves a pure and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of holts and keeps the cylinder anil piston packing perfectly clean. ThiV
was the first Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and has been in con
stant, use over eighteen years.
gjTW'u also manufacture Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
classes of machinery.
J.eoii!i.rl Sc XDIIih.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. 0l 3m
" Dlmoiiil Hloclf," Nos. OC5 &, SV King- Strnnu
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
Mouse Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
003 Sheet Iron Work. '
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
I'fjANTATfON & INSUHANtiH AOENT8,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils,
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jape & Sons Family Medicines.
K. It. IlKNimr, President fc Manager.
Godkkkv ICicown, Secretary it Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
Oppo. NpreckclM' Jttmk, : Fort Street. Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and HEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havilaud China, plain and decorated; and Wedgownod
Piano, Library fc Stand Lamps, Oliaiidcliurs it Elentoliors,
Lamp Futures of all kiiulo, A coiiiplclo assorliu't of Drills A Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION '
Thfi "Gazelle" it-wheeled Riding Plow it EijiiuHznr,
Itluoheard Rico Plow, Planters' Steel it Uoosuncekcd IIooh,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
PtiililH, ViiiniHliim it Brushes, Manila it Sisal Itopo,
HANDLES .OF ALL KINDS,
IrloNC, JrJoNO, XIoh,
UIIIIIIKII. WIHIMiOIINI) of tttipurtur iiullty, ,t HTKAMi
AlSil liuii Wuiu, Hllvnr
I'lavtlur, hiMd .Minim,
Mm "Uuiilois" Ulu MUwU
fllllll fillV blllllll IflllillH,
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Your Attention To
Cylinders of Stcnm Engines.
Machinists' it Plumbers' Tunis,
Varnishes, Lump Goods and.
John Ena, Vice-President
Oiccn, liuowN, Autlitor,
Vm. liililt A PiMiliii
fur I'ipu A Hull TljintulliiB,
iiAiiiX HUJil.telA: tiO.Woi.ULU, H. I., OOTOIJBH 10, land.
74 King St..
74 King St.
Rattan and Reed Furniture.
Pianos and Furniture
Moved Willi Chit.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering Bedding
A Specialty. ESH33
Infallible for renewing, Invigorating and
beautifying the hair, removing tcurf, dandruff,
and all affections of the wulp, and curing erup
tions of the skin, dlseatea of the glands, muscles
and Integuments, and relieving etlngs, cuts,
bruises, siiraltis, etc. The affinity between the
membranes which constitute the akin and the
hair which draws llfl sustenance from this triple
envelope Is very close. All diseases of the hair
originate In the skin of the head. If the pores
of the scalp aro clogged, or if the blood and other
fluids do not circulate freely through the small
vessels which feed the roots with, moisture and
Impait life to the fibres, the result la scurf,
dandruff, (bidding of the hair, grayness, dryncSB
and harehucss of the Ugamcnta, and entire bald
iK'Bs, as the case may be. Stimulate the skin to
healthful action with Barry? TrlconUer
oil, and the torpid ,vceels,i recovering their
activity, will annihilate the" disease. In all
affection of tho skin and of the substrata of
muscles and integuments the process aud the
effect are the same. It is upon the skin, .the
muscular fibre, and the glands that Ilnrry'n
Trlcoulieroua has lis spcclllc action, and
in all affections and injuries of these organs it
is a sovereign remedy.
Beware of Counterfeit.
from the Greatest Living Prima Donna,
Montevideo.. Julv.lDih. 1B88.
Messiu. TUnci.AY Co., Nuw York.
Dear Sin: -I take pleasure in announcing to
von that Uannr'a Florida Watkk i one of the
few articles always to be found on my dressing
rae. Jn my conception it in one or the best of
toilet waters, and for the hath II Is not only o.
licioiiH, but refreshing ami Invigorating, J
recoil! uieuu u yviujoui iuii-ivc.
HOLLISTER & CO.
People's Excursions !
O. R. & L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation!
Leaving the Honolulu Derot at 1:40 F, M,
Trains will be made up of Coaches
aud Canopy-top Uar. all one price.
R9"Ext,ui'inn Rates for the.ic Trains
50 Cents to Pearl City and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Re
turn. An opportunity for
anil a breath of pure
cents per mile.
a delightful ride,
air, for only two
New Hawaiian Directory
rpilK above. Phcelory Is
JL obtahied a I the store
now to be
Hmisoii, .Smllli Co.
r,7a''w .v n. r. niTROEss.
TAI WO CHAN,
Maiiiifuelnrer of l.tulies' 4V (.(Millemou's
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
KIN Ml()i: MA III'. TO Olilll'll.
IVcicfil oi'Minvt'il. AImo. Kuilill.'M.
US NiuiMiiti St., : : : P.O. Hon -20:1.
,ap 7 IKI-Iy
WENNER & CO.
NO. Wi l-'Olt'l' H'XMtKIU'r.
CoiiBtuilllynti liandn largo niirlintiiil
(iold mill , "Silver I'luted Ware, ii,
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The House rosmned at 1 :.'Wi.
Third reading of bill to provide
Hint persons eighteen years ,of age
may dispose of their estates hy will.
Rep. Drown moved it pass. Car
ried. Third reading of hill to establish
steam eointnnnleation between Ho
nolulu and Tahiti.
Rep. Lneas moved it pass.
Noble Isenherir moved the hill be
indefinitely postponed. He saw no
reason for this country paying S"2,
000 a year to establish this line.
Noble .1. At. Horner supported the
amendment. The more appropriate
title of the hill would be, "An Act
to encourage steam communication
between Tahiti and the United
States." The tiado'between Tahiti
and the United States had no more
to do with this country that had that
between Cuba and the United Slates.
lk'eatisc other nations had large
trades between each other was no
reason why this country should sub
sidize them. lit; failed to see any
nil vantage, cither immediately or
remotely, in trade between Tahiti
and the Hawaiian Islands. We con
sume nothing that, Tahiti produces,
and have no manufactures that
Tahiti wants. The main function
this line would have regarding these
islands would be in drawing the sub
sidy. Its cargoes would not reach
our merchants, but simply be loaded
on another steamer.
Rep. Lucas was greatly surprised
to hear the lion. Noble from Hawaii
oppose this bill. It would establish
a new foreign trading ground for
these islands. San Diego was differ
ent, as it was close tnhan v rancisco,
and we had communication there
already. Our merchants get Hour
free of duty from the United Stales,
which with this new line they could
ship to Tahiti. The copra coming
from Tahiti would furnish return
cargoes for vessels from Europe and
lUiget Sound. There would bo a
revenue to the Government from the
storage charged on the products
. Rep. IJ. W. Wilcox was in favor
ofthe bill. He was sorry to seethe
hon. Noble from Haraakua back
sliding, as he had always been in
favor of encouraging cablds, and
steamers, and railways. Probably
the hon. Noble was sore over the
killing of the San Diego line bill,
but he need not despair, as there
still was a chance for that subsidy.
An item could be inserted in the
Appropriation BUI. After this hint
he hoped the hon. Noble would vote
for the bill. The money sr.ent in
transhipping cargoes would go "Into
the pockets of our own people von
the wharves. Noble Pita had pre
sented a petition that natives work
ing; on the wharves bo paid 88 a day.
This of course could not be enter
tained, but b' inducing steamers to
come here these laborers would have
all the work they wanted at good
wages. The hon. Noble had said
the other day that the San Diego
line was backed by the Santa Fe
railway, and would introduce us to
untold millions of people. Well, in
a few years there would be a canal
across Central America, when there
would be direct steamers between
France and Tahiti. These would
put us in direct communication witli
millions of Frenchmen, who would
send us cargoes of silk and of
wines twenty or thirty j'cars old.
lie hoped to hear the honi Noble
say before the vote that he had
changed his mind.
Noble Widemann had already
spoken hts mind freely on this bill.
He might move an amendment to
reduce the subsidy, but at this stage
he would support whatever was in
the bill. In reference to Noble
Homer's remark that the chief
business of tho company would be
to draw the subsidy he believed
that the subsidy would be all
spent here, aud more to boot.
Stilt, it would not kill the country
if the House decided to reject the
Minister Riown said that when
the bill was on second reading he
voted against the' indefinite post
ponement of the bill, because he
believed that the line might have
some encouragement from this coun
try. Ho agreed witji Noble Wide
mann that the subsidy was higher
than the country could afford. It
was understood that the Oceanic
Steamship Co. had made a contract
with tho Kronen Government to
establish this line for n subsidy of
180,000 francs a year or from 2000
to &1000 a. month, and llio steamer
to bo employed was the Kiimu flying
the Hawaiian ling. The principal
markets for Tahiti's copra were
Kiiropc and Valparaiso, ami it would
never pay In iranship the article
hero, lie ojieo spent six months in
Tahiti and could Inform the mom
bets I hut tho chief town of Papeete
was not more than half tho sl.o of
llllo. The speaker described tlia
nature of tho trade of Tahiti, He
regarded llio proposed subsidy ns
tun high, thinking this country was
giving considerable nncoiinigtniuiiil
In llio wny of uxoinjitlnii from port
Noble Coinwiill favored llm bill,
mi.vliiU' no tnliiMJIy wniihl lm pu.yiililu
llll llm line wits MhtitlillHliml, ho Hud
lliurn wimlil lm only hhvi'IHhihi
inuiitli out till tljif m Uwm
lUff tt'OUltl tisvi) til) QjtylflrUlUU)' ui
llSjb HEO Mjiiumu) tUi 1411,
The lino to Sab Diego would hare
opened up u market for our produce,
whereas Tahiti offered us no such
advantage. He might be convinced
that a smaller amount would be
proper to graitt, but as the bill stood
he could not support it. As he
would not go to the extreme of the
opponents of the San Diego lino, ho
would move that the subsidy be live
hundred dollars a trip.
Noble Isenbcrgsaid the line would
come whether we subsidized it or
Noble Comwell begged the hon.
Noble's pardon. The line would not
come for SfiOO a month.
Noble Isenberg said then if no
thing less than S1000 would do.it
should get nothing. He was on the
committee that recommended SIS,
000 to the Oceanic Steamship Co.,
ami he voted cheerfully for it. That
was all tho subsidy we should pay.
Why should this House vote U)(')0
a month lo a rich steamship com
pany to start a line that we did not
need? If the line came the laborers
would get. its work whether a sub
sidy was granted or not. They had
plenty work now. There were not
enough laborers in the country now
for the 7'iiiplnynient offering, lie
had voted ayrainst the Sun Diejjo
line, because he did not believe in
subsidizing steamers before there
was anything for them to carry.
There had been a line of fast
schooners between San Krancisco
and Tahiti lor years, and if the
trade was so prolitable why were
these steamers not started from San
Noble Parker wished to correct, a
statement he had heard I'rom differ
ent speakers, about three head of
eat! le being wanted a week at Ta
hiti. He was in a position lo know
thai. 1(10 head a year were required
there, as that was the number he
had been asked to contract for. The
proposed line would be for the
benelit of the country. Members
were not usually against measures
for helping the sugar industry, be
cause they recognized that it was
for the benefit of the country. The
company were to pay $7000 a month
for the steamer, and if Hawaii added
SI 000 to the French subsidy it
would only be 1000 a month. If
this line went through it would at
tract many passengers this way
from San Francisco. Many of the
members of this House would be
glad to take a trip lo Tahiti (pro
vided they got a free passage).
Rep. Nawuhi was in favor of any
thing that would develop the coun
try, so he supported this bill. He
wanted the line to San Diego start
ed, because with competition a poor
man would be able to take a trip.
The hon. Noble from Kauai had
capital invested in Germany, laying
golden eggs for him, and whenever
he wanted to go abroad could step
aboard the Oceanic steamer. It had
been said the San Diego steamer
had nothing to cany, whereas there
was cargo awaiting her now on the
wharves. Members seemed to be
guided by personal interests in deal
ing with steamer subsidies. If the
amount in the bill was amended he
did not. want to go below !)!lf).
Rep. Paehaole argued in behalf
of giving an availing subsidy if any
Rep. Raker said that tho House
was not acting fairly. On the 2filh
of last month it had a prisoner be
fore it, who was executed without
giving him a chance lo say his last
prayers. now tiiey Had another
prisoner and members were pleading
not lo hang him. On the former
occasion the man over there in
charge of the spring (the Minister
of Finance) said he could not give
the prisoner a drink, as the fountain
had run dry. Now the same otllcial
was willing to give the, present cap
tive a small drink. Two wayfarers
were passing a pool one wet day
and agreed that it would he a line
place for a bath on a hot day. They
came on such a day but the pool
was dry, and jumping over tho bank
the travelers were killed one after
the other. When the first of the
two worthies in question came
before the House, there was
no water in tho pool and he was
killed. Now the second was here
and should meet with the same
fate as his predecessor. (Laughter.)
In accordance with a note handed to
him he moved the previous question.
The ayes and noes were calle'd on
the motion to indefinitely postpone
the bill, when it was lost on the fol
Ayes Nobles McCarthy, J. M.
Horner, Hind, Anderson, Von
Tempsky, and Isenberg; Reps. Ka
uhi, linker, A. Horner, and Rice.
Noes Ministers Ciiinmiim and
Drown; Nobles Widemann, Derger,
Macfarluue, Midler, l'ua, Phillips,
Crabhe, Kauhune, Parker, Munition,
Baldwin, Comwell, G. N, Wilcox,
and Kuiion; Reps. Cumiliings, Mur
iptcs, Lucas, R, W. Wilcox, Rush,
Nawahl, Kifkard, Wnipiillnnl, Apiki,
Paehuole, Kaueulii, and llnlstcad,
The iiiiiDiidiiiiml for f nllll Instead
of $1000 u iiiinilh subsidy was upon
ii show uf hands ili'nlniTil ciirrlnilt
but upon it null for it Mumllug ynlii
It wiis found Una llm uiiiDinliiieiil
was rojeuted In fuvor of llm Siomi u
iiiomh tJiilndily. hyn vote of 17 ii
ti, (hiiihwI by Noble (Jruliliu Imvllig
iilimipl liU volt).
'I'liu lilll liuwwl. wliun NijIiId Mini.
iirluuu uui.vw) u lUHuuhbwtilfii) a!
UlLi ilillJ ttliluU wnjloi.
Special Bargains m
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S.
White Dress Moods,
10 cents yard.
Victoria Luwn, lOy
in striped, at
piece, for 75
All colors Moiree Silk, $1.25 and
.$1.50, fnrmcily $2.50 yard.
All wool l'lnids, 1 educed for 50 and
75 eenls yard.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE I
gjgr Dressmaking under the nmnngenient, of Miss CLARK.
e g-a rc &l
NO. 77 KORT
The "Bail" Bulletin
32 Columns nt Interestintr Nowf.
Win. (1 Irwin tl Company,
onitu ion sai.i:
ljimo Ar. OoMioiil'.,
PAHAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, ail sizes.
310CK &. OniiANDTS
llili Grade Ckeiuical Cane Manure.
Refined Sugars, '
Fairbank Canning x Co.'s Cornod
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS,
PASTURE lor HOUSES.
THE undersigned Is prepared to .take
horses on pasture at Palolo.
At Kahaknllanl, Walklkl, or Washing
ton Place, Reretanla st. (158 lm
NOTICE oi" REMOVAL.
npiIE San Francisco Fruit. Depot has
JL removed from Fori street to N
87 King otrect near Fort.
est! lm Proprietor.
Ostrich Notice !
YISITORS are entreated not to enter
the paddocks whero tho birds are
kept, not to tease the birds, not to, pull
their feathers. Some birds nre'sittlne;,
tho others arrived on tho Tilth instant;
reijtilre rest mid should not be disturbed.
They, can all bo seen from the entrance
where visitors will always be welcomed.
Honolulu, Sept. 20. 18i)(l. (iiiil lm
FROM and after this date we will not
be responsible for any freight after
same lin been delivered at any Ration.
Parties to whom freight is, consumed
must ho nt the slat ion 10 receive their
No freight will bo received for phlp-
neiweeu tue Hours 01 :;;u nun 11
o'clock a, in
, and between 1 :.") mid
o'clock p in.
Trains will not be detained for ship
ment of freight wltliniu'speclttl nrrniige
Incut. wjr.No freight will bo received afler
this date unless ehnrges arc prepaid.
OAIIP RAILWAYS LAND CO..
VV, (!. Ashlev, Superintendent.
Honolulu, OH.il, ISliO. ii"l If
rpiIE Kaplolnnl Mnternlly Uonm hns
X two rooms to uccoiniuodnte paying
patients, Ladles or modmatu menus
who wlbh lo securo a homo on reuMm
nhlo lormx, before aud during the time
of their eoiillnmimnl, where the best of
food, tilteniliiiice. miming and ini'illciil
xklll will he provided, will ph'iue apply
ill Die II011111 lo Mrs, Miller, Hie million,
Who will iilieud Hi iidliilltuiice, glvu
lei iim or nllltT liifoiiinilloii rcipilit'il,
Honolulu, OH, I, IMiu, 117011111
Ainu mi)' ill IfiiwA Niilnry I'lihlli'
Mmt'liillll Hlli'i'li lliilliiliilu.
v , l'dWWniWsVuiarNMblIi
119 i HiUiOuLUi iUiutlj JUuuOiiJiJt I)'
Embroideries, diess lengths, only
$5 and $7 piece.
Rlaek Laces it l'Touneiugs, at, your
All styles of Curtains A Dtnpery,
(cuts' Underwent, While Shirts,
Sock, Etc., Ele.
The Best, Paper to Send Abroad.
Oceanic iSimimsliip Conn';.
From San Francisco.
Leave Duo at.
S. K. Honolulu
. Oe.t 18 Oct 25
.Nov 15 Nov 22
. Dec III Dee. 20
For San Francisco.
Leave Due at"
Zenlandia Oe.t 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 2!) Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 20 Dec V.i
Zeulimdia Dec 21 Ian 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Friday.. . Oct 21
Friday... Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec IS
FOK SAN FRANCISCO,
The new and lino At steel stouinanfp
Of the Oceantc Steamship Company, wild a
lie due at Honolulu front Sydney "
and Auckland ou or ulioul
Oct. 18, 1890.
And will leave for the above port with
malls aud passengers on or aliout thai
For freight or passage, having BU.
WE G. IRWIN & CO.. AgenU.
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
he due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Oct. 25, 1890.
And will have prompt difpoicb wfffc
mails and passengers for the uduvc purls.
For freight or passaire. liavinir. Hli
i 1 B- n 1 iit ri aiiitAriim nT 11 - 1
37 Wtt 0. IRWIN & CO.
lOr-Our New Allotype Illustrated
Cnlalogue sent free ou application.
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Nnu KrniielHio. : Cnllromln.
No, 3V Nuuauu Ut, )'. 0, Urn 2U7,
tfoot and Shoe Store,
III )' I'll in eypi'tlniii'ii In
Hill I'll' in til .III I!IJJIJI1'
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