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.UAU.Y UUliLBlM"N: .HONOLULU LI. I., OCTOBER 11, 1890.
Mfttft lTWIiilMMIiaiJIl lw
We Desire to Call
fir ' j
For Lubricating the Valves and
VALVOLINE is mi e.nth oil specially piep.ucd uudoi the highest steam
neat mid from which nil vol.itilu and e.ulhy mutter hut. been expelled by
piocoss which leaves u puie nntl heavy oil, which picvonls the eating away
of holts and keeps Hit' cyliudci ami piston pat king peifeetl.v clean. Tin's
wan the hist Mineial Oil iniinduicd fin steam c-yliudtis anil h.ishccn in eon
slant um over eighteen ycuis.
gJtTW'u also maiiufnctuic Sttpcuoi .Machine am! Spindle Oils foi all
cI.ism's of lnachinoiy.
I-jCOH1 Ac iClliw,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.. SoleAgonts. CQl 3m
" IXmoaitl ltlx'ls,"' I'o-s. JK" S: iT Kiitr Hi-mi.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIM, COPIER AND
Sheot Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INNUItANCK AOKNTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Oai pouters', Blacksmiths',
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oiln,
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayna & Sons Family Medicines.
15. It. IIi:niuv, Piesidoiit it Manager. John Ena, Vice-President'
UonruKV Huown, Sccictaiy .t Tie.otuer. Ci.uu. Uhown, Audiuir.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
0tMi. Npi-cckclM' Jtuiik, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and docoratod; and Wedgwood
Piano, Library it Stand Limps, Chaudulierfl it Elcctoliers,
Lamp Fixttiiea of all kinds, A complete ussortm'l of Drills & Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EM DESCRIPTION
Tim "Oudlli." '.l-wheeled KidiiiK Plow it Equalizer,
Rluebciinl Rice Vhiw, 1'l.iuloia hit id it ClooHiucuUi-d Hoch,
LARD, CYLINDER, KBUOHBNK, UNSEED,
1'aiuln, VanilidiDH A JIiiihIiuh, Manila iV KImiI Hope,
HANDLES OF AM, KINDS,
,1-lONO, JrlOHO, J'Ioho,
uuunifii, wiuB-noiJNu r huiiuuui iiuaiiiy, ,t htijam,
Auulitjiiiu Warn, Bllviir I'liiUnl Winn, Titltlu A PnnVm uiitlury,
I'tfMli'ii MJml iV On 1 1, Tin- (!iiidiiiili'i"()liili" Miii'liiiiudiniihil DailiiilntiH,
liiUt'l! J'UUiUi "Mm" mtowU IM I'ljlB A jjull'I'lllttUjlDK,
ililiu 0U)' jUMUi lUiiinii
Your Attention To
Cylinders of Stoam Entities.
Machinists' fe numbers' Tools,
Varnishes, Lamp Gondii mid
N1X15TV NINTH I)A.
Fuin.u, Oct. III.
'l'lio IlmibP irsuntcd at 1 :."il).
Hep. llnokatm ipokp of Hip pin
pnxptl aincntliiK-nt Ui t'trntl tliu
it'rni of lt'turn passports fiom one to
two glials, lie luvnictl tln-A anil
otlit'i provisions of the bill, anil ail
voialod its passage.
The report was adopted, the bill
to be ie:ul a tliiitl time TueMlay.
Noble Daldwiu roe to a question
of privilege. 'I here bail bien laid
on the table printed reporls of the
eotniuiltce on postal matters. Al
though the House had only ordered
the majority anil minoilty reports
printed, the chairman of the com
mittee (Hep. Marques) had also had
punted such pot lions of the evidence
as suited his own purpose. They
hail on consultation agreed to have
all the evidence printed, but the
chairman had, without putting it in
the hands of Ihe punting committee,
caused a partial icpoit of the evi
dence to be printed. Somebody had
addetl comments of his own to some
of the allidavits. lie would bac
Mippoitcd a motion to print all the
evidence. This pamphlet contained
matter that the House had neer
authorized to be printed. He would
like to know il this pamphlet was to
be considered as coming gratis to
the members, or was the Hnn-u to
nav for woik that it nevei author
The President stated that the mat
ter had been mentioned to him, and
in answer to his inquiry Hep. Mar
ques said that he was not having
anything printed except what was
Hep. Paehaolc moved that the
question of privilege be made the
older of the day lo-niorrow. Gai
Noble Coinwell presented a reso
lution that the bill to dcclaie ceitain
lauds to be crown lands be lefeued
to the committee on unassigned
onomi or iiik dai.
Consideration of the Appropria
tion Bill on third reading. Con
sidered item by item.
Civil List. His Majesty's Privy
II. It. II. the Heir Piesumptive,
Rep. R. "W. Wilcox moved to in
seit, "Her Majesty the Queen, $10,
000." The Queen had always had
an allowance till 1887, when the
Legislature for some reason not
satisfactorily explained diopped it.
Her Majesty surely should have
something as well as the Heir Ap
parent, being a peg higher. Somo
might say the Queen was rich. Her
Majesty was very public-spirited.
She was paying all the expenses of
the young Princes now being edu
cated in England. It was as appro
priate to give Her Majesty an al
lowance as to grant one to His Ma
jesty or the Heir Apparent.
The President, on Hep. Paehaolc
rising to speak, said he hoped mem
bers would make few speeches and
short ones on the third reading of
the Appropriation Bill. They were
going over the same ground as on
the second reading, and if every
thing was to be debated at length
thoy would be there a long time.
Itep. Paehaole supported the mo
tion, referring to the Queen's out
lay for entertainments.
Noble Crabbe said it was out of
no disrespect to Jler Majesty that
lie opposed tjie motion, former
queens bad not got a cent untii
Queen Ivalama was granted S2000 a
Rep. Ilookano would not be in
favor of the item if the King was
getting 8(50,000 as formerly. But
as the allowance of His Majesty was
(Ult down he would support the mo
tion. Kep. Kauhi advocated granting
Hep. Rosa considered that this
matter .should have come from the
Cabinet. It was the silence or in
action of the Cabinet before the rev
olution, upon matters such as this,
which had produced fatal results,
especially to the Hawaiian people.
The Repi escntatlves represented the
people, the Nobles represented tc
wealthy class, and the Cabinet re
presented the (Government. Tills
was in accordance with the Consti
tution. Would It be riglit for them,
especially members of the National
Hoform Party, to come in and say
they represented the Hoyal Family V
There was ptobahly not a member
in the House who did not regret the
causes given for the revolution,
namely, that the Board of Genealo
gy and measures for the benefit of
the Hoyal Family were Introduced
by meiiibors of the House, while the
(Juhlnet appeared to know nothing
about them, mid that llicse tilings
gave rlHti lo charges of coIIukioii be
Iwiain iiieuiberH and purtiniH in high
lilmjo), I'nUm they wnro to drift
(nick lo lli ulutii of n f I'uln prior lo
llui nivoliitlon, llin HrellHi nieinliitrrt
of (lie IJoiiho hlioiild not iwmiiiiu Hid
flllHUlUIIU Of till) I'lXfUlltlVii,
lli'i. I'udIiwiIii whs hiirprlM'd Unit
tlili motion ulioiilil Iiiivh i'humiiI uu
uijUiiiral of null. I'i Uu1 Iti'HM'diirw
tmr)' uiijlr liml u mph ilultl hi
ttiiy b iulHf lo ujuhti it inutlQii mi!
Jflulttw fJiutfij Mill Uuu ul mam
mm uuiiuiuij 1Mb np lo mm
any legitimate ujotion. But, as re
garded the remaiks of the lion,
member for Waialua, Hie Ministers
were not going to make themselves
lesponsiblo for any item that a
member might move to ineit. No
request had been made to the Minis
tiy for an appropriation. If there
had it would have leccived due con
Hep. Hosa admitted Hint a mem
ber had the right, but the question
was what was pinpor.
The motion was lost.
II. II. II. Princess Kaiulani, $1,
SOU. Hep. 11. Wilcox moved lo
strike out the item, if searcli weie
made tor loyal blood, ot licit might
1)2 found uioi o entitled to an allow
ance. Aftet the way the House bail
dealt with the Queen, to be consist
ent it should reject llii item
The item passed.
His Majesty's Chan. bei lain, S(l,-
000; His Majesty's Household I0
penses, $12,000. Passed.
Permanent Settlements. His Ex
cellency .1. O. Dominis, $il)l;
Hon. "II. Kiiihelani, Sl'.'OO; lis.
Emma Barnard, SHOO. Passed.
Hep. Paehaole moved to insert,
"Mrs. Simeona, 8100," as agreed
by the House to-day. Carried.
Legislature and Privy Council.
Expenses of the Legislatuie, S2.",
000. Minister Brown moved $110,000,
as that amount had already been ap
propriated. Noble McCarthy said theie was
only $1."00 left of the special appio
prialion, and it cost $1 100 a week
to run the House.
Minister mown amenoeti to &..!,
000, which carried.
Secietary of Privy Council, Sl'00;
Incidentals Pi ivy Council, $100.
Judiciary Depailtnent. Salaiy of
Chief Justice ami Chancellor, 81'J,
000; Fiist Associate Justice, $10,
000; Second Associate Justice.
$10,000; Third Associate Justice,
Minister Peterson moved lo in
seit, "Fourth Associate Justice,
$10,000." There was a bill before
the House to make the number of
judges five as before.
Rep. Rosa thought some members
would like to understand more of
this proposal. At present there was
an even number of judges, thnt
might result in a tie. It was desir
able to have an odd number, but the
fourth judge could not be dismissed,
as tlie ofllce was a life tenuie.
Rep. Paehaole said the lion, mem
ber could not have heard the re
maiks made a few minutes ago
about the causes that led to the
revolution. One of the causes was
the unnecessary increase in the
Rep. Hosa leplicd that he had on
the previous occasion spoken of the
principle underlying the pre-revolu-lion
Rep. Waipuilani aigued that the
fifth judge was unnecessary.
Minister Peterson said it was in
the Constitution that no decision of
the Supreme Court was binding un
less rendered by a majority of the
judges. A majority of the present
Court was three to one He did not
desire to increase the appropria
tions, hut this was the proper time
for his motion, if the House did
not choose to pass the ilem, the
judiciary bill would have to be inde
finitely postponed. It was not alto
gether correct to say that the Court
had got along ell enough with four
judges. They had occasionally
divide'd even, mixing things con
siderably. Rep. Paehaolc was arguing on the
supposition that the judiciaty bill
was indefinitely postponed, but he
Noble Widcmann said this was an
appropriation for a specific person.
Jf that person was not in existence
the money cott'd not be expended.
The item miht be passed now and
they would see about the fifth judge
The item passed, 20 to 12.
Clerk Supieme Court, 80000.
Rep. Baker moved S7000. Like
the head clerks of other depart
ments, this official handled a good
deal of money. He was capable,
attentive, sober was not found out
at Waikiki nights drinking soda
Rep. Marques supported the
The amendment carried.
Deputy Clerk Supreme Coin I,
Noble Crabbe moved $5000.
Nohlu Wllenianii hail opposed the
other jnci case on principle, the in
cumbent being his friend, bill, as
thq head clerk had reociveil a mine,
the deputy should have a propor
Passed an in the bill.
Second Deputy Cleik Supreme
Court, S3C00. Passed.
Shorthand Reporter who shall
furnish to Attojey-General, on re
quest, transcripts of proceedings in
down and Government cases free
of charge 80000.
Rep. linker Bpoke of the saving
of time from having n bIioiIIiuwI re
poller, who took down tiverythlng
Hidd, lib quickly iih It was spoken, In
oliuraetiiis like cliluken liuokH, Slum
hu hud hctui employed wIIiicsmihIiihI
no lime to nimort litis biitneen
qllDNtlllllK, I III IIIOVIJll to iiinmiil tliu
IIDin lo 7000.
Hup. Kuiimilll inoviul WM, nliiyli
WltH I'llOHJlll U)T ill! ollluliil ulio WJOll
111 (llllbllUII tl'IKllii.
lluiii 1'iiuliiiulii iiiovut) Ui miuiui
Ik' ttflrilb hu us ia urovitlJ' lk
QUW HUUJliW'! WJIUJ
ui, w. lmM
j ujw am w
cany he would vote for the reduc
tion! Minister Peterson said the amend
ment meant that the reporter would
have to pay $10,000 a year for as
Hep. Nawahi said the reporter had
time for extra work, thcrefoie he
supported the item as in the bill.
Passed as in the bill.
Interpreter Supreme anil Polire
Hep. Paehaole moved $7000, as
the interpreter would, under the bill
of this session, have to tianslale the
decisions of the Supreme Couit.
Hep. Hosa asked to have It made
$7200, so as to be a lound $1100 a
month. The bill leferred lo would
woik agieal benefit to the Hawaiian
people. Native lawyers were under
undue disabilities now in not having
the judicial repoits in theii own
mot her tongue.
Noble Witleniaun thought it would
be belter to spend $7000 tor teach
ing Ihe young Hawaiian lawyeis to
Passed at $7200.
The House adjourned at :5:.r0.
Brnr.Ar ok Ci stoms, )
Honolulu, II. I., Oct. 7, 1890. j
Ills Excellency Gomui:r Bitowx,
Minister of Finance.
Sir: 1 have the honor to submit
to Your Excellency the table ol the
principal domestic exports of the
Hawaiian Islands, for the quart ei
ending September 110, 1800.
Also, a comparative table of ex
poils for the nine months, 1830,
cmupaied with eoirespondingperiod,
1SSSI. 1 have the honor to be, Sii,
Yum most obedient Servant,
A, S. Ci Kiiioux,
Quantities and Values of the Princi
pal Domestic Exports, Hawaiian Isl
ands, for the Quarter ending Sopt
30, 1890, by Customs Districts.
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Special Bargains iii All DepartMl at
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S.
White Dress UooiIk, in stiipetl, at
10 rents yard.
Victoria Lawn, Illy piece, for 7i
All coitus Moi tee Silk, .$1.25 and
.fl M), fonueily $2.ri0 yiutl.
All wool 1'laids, ledueeil fni "i0 uml
7fi eonts yard.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE!
fij9 DtessmaMng under the nianngenient ot Mtss f'LAHK.
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on i it i on sM.r
limo Ac Ccmcnl.
PAUAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Fell Sleam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
BUCK & OniiANDT 8
High Grade Chemical Cano Manure.
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS,
PASTURE for HORSES.
TUB iiihIoi signed is proaictl to take
Iioisi-, on pasture at Palolo.
At Kaliakoilani, Waikiki, or Washing
Inn Place, Rcielanla st. G58 lm
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
THE San Francisco Fi nit Depot has
leuiovcd fioin Fort street to No.
87 King stieut near Foit.
'iSO I in Proprietor.
Ostrich Notice !
VISITORS aie entreated not to enter
the paddocks where the buds me
kept, not io, tense the birds, not to pull
tlielr featbers. Pome birds aid sitting,
the otheis an 1 veil on the 19th instant,
icipihc rest and should untbedisturbed.
They can 11 be seen fiom the cutianee
vvhuic vibiloin will always be weleoined.
Honolulu, Sept, '20', IWiO. f.il't Jin
FR()M and after this dale we will not
be ipn8lhlc foraiiyfniig)it aflei
Mime has been (It'll vei ed at nay station.
Pin tips to whom Height Is consigned
must be at this station lo rucelvu their
No fielgbt will lie lecolvi'il for shli-
iiieut betwt thi'liouisof 8:!!ll :1ml i)
o'clock a. m , ami between 1::10 anil -'
o'clock p m.
'I'liiliw will not be detained for ship
mom of fi eight without fcpfclnlmi.ingc
liieiit. mtrXo fielghl will bo iceelveil afler
Ihlh dale iuili'n eluugen alii putpaid.
OAUU RAILWAY t LAND CO..
W. fl, Akhli'v, Superintendent.
Honolulu, Uei.il, h!0. i;7l if
fpiir, Kaploliiul Malerulty Home has
L two looms lo m ('oiiiniiHliiiujia.v jug
lialituits. I.iulk'n of iioituate nieiuis
who wJs.li loM'vuie n home mi ieaoii
itliluieiiiii, hefoie aiil during the lime
of lliclr confinement, whme llui bimi of
food, iilteiiihiiiee, niiiHbig mid mmlleiil
kl.lll will be piovhlcil, will pleiiee npply
nt llui IIimiiii lo Mix. Mllhii, Hie iimiiuii,
who will itlleinl to mliiillliuii'ii, glMi
luiinv or other Infoiiniilloii leuulieil,
lliHiiiliilii, OeM, W1), Il7fiillil
T M, MONAnRV'f,
if Aibuiiiyiit hm Knluiy I'nlilln
JIT Mojiiluuil HlU'Dli liuimliilij, if
Embroideriex, tliess lenglliH, only
!i5 aud $7 piece.
Black Luces i Plounc ing, at your,
own prices. ' p
All stylos of Ouilains ,v Diapeiy,
Gents Unilei weai, While HIiiiIh,
Hook, Eli' , Eio.
Oceanic Sinsli Cliffy,
From San Frunoisco.
Leave Due at
S. F. Honolulu
-Oct 18 Oct 2f
. Nov 15 Nov 22
. Dec LI Dee 20
For San Francisco.
Leave Due at
ealandia Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oct 2!) .. Nov lfi.
Mariposa Nov 20 Dec 111
Zealandia Dec 24 Jau 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F. Leave Honolulu.
Friday. ..Oct 10 Friday.. .Oct 24
Friday. ..Nov 7 Friday.. . Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 5 Friday. . .Dec IS
FK SASf FRANVlSWiv
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, wili
be due at Honolulu trom Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Oct. 18, 1890.
And will leave for the above port wit
mails and pasbengers on or about that
?r frcight or passage, havint? SU-
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WE G. IEWIN & CO., Agente.
For Sydney and Aucklana.
Tho new and fine Al steel BteMwftip,
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, wlW
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Oct. 25, 1 89X.
And will have prompt dispatch wiU
mails and passengers fa? the above porta.
For freight oi passage, havinn fit)
PKRIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, appj
37 WM. G. IHWIN & CO.. Agent
WBr Our New Arloljpe llluslialedi
Catalogue pent fieo on appllenilon.
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Ud, 'Ju Nmuiiuu lit, I', 0, lies 207,
Boot and Shoo Store,
llavlmr hinl III vim i iikiioi iioimi in
iimmmiiiii'Mi i inn iimiumi loiiyuii
in until til
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