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TUESDAY, OCT. M, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COS
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Kulilnl:ix . tul .Monday only.
X Satin thy v diilv
Setir l.lliollho f i (mi Kauul
t'ciii ,k: fnitii Kntiu anil Wnkfiiu
Oct 1 t
Stun Alokolil lot Molnl.ul tit " p m
Stun- l.lkcliko for Maul nt 5 p in
Stinr V O Hull fin Hawaii mill Maui :il
to :i in
Stiiir Iwaluni fin- l.tilrilnu mill llaina-
Kll:i sit III :i in
Slmr Wniatc.ilo tor Kilauea mill llana-
Icl ul ." p in
Klip; Couwucln, A .lacnbson. fur Sun
Stun' K:i:il:i for Kil.ilica mill H.inuloi at
I p in
Tor Maul ami Hawaii, per stun- W G
Hall, Oct II Mi. Ml S Almlin, Mls
S.nali .Mill tin. MNs. 7. Itogeis, lion .J
ImiuIiiiiic. Kohl U'alilciilc ami wife,
MK-t Knpalui, 'I' 15 Lyons ' .Morgan,
Master .lolnc-on, .liillmi Mou:iuat, M
llnweis, .1 Kaliiiiilcllo, .1 ISiimI, Ak'iiui,
I. II bane..! .1 Wil lams. leatichelle,
anil about (!. deck.
I'or I.aliaiiia anil llamuktia. per ltnr
twaliuil, Ocl Uli M Kenton. Sr. It M
Kviilon. ,lr, Mr Jlooic. O M Oxcicud,
Mr IIT Klckmd.Mis. R li Kiekaid anil
about 15 deck.
Tlio tcauier Cl.iiidine is due to-morrow
mot nl mi; flout Hawaii and Maui.
The steamship Australi.i is dne on
Ki.id.iy. Oct IV, fioin San Ki .incised anil
life Xeal India from the Colonics en
ionic to Sun Kr.inci-eo.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Local correspondence on the Chi
nese question and other mattei.s
ciowded out until to-morrow.
Mit. J. A. Gonsalvcs is going to
liana to-day for two weeks, to take
wews of scenciy in that locality.
Till: Kite Police will hold n special
meeting to-nioirow alTiIiO p. in., at
which business of inipoitunce will-he
Km: gold watches wcic diawn
yesteiday by live nienibeis of the
live Watch Clubs. The sixth dub is
now being formed.
Tin: Athletic Association will hold
a meeting at Mclnerny Hull this
evening ut 7 :IiO o'clock, for the ptn
po.se of electing olliccis.
Mh. .Tns. l' Morgan will sell on
next Thursday at 10 o'clock n. in., a
lot of tailor's goods composing dia
gonal, serges, llanncls, doeskins, etc.
Tnr.nn will be a special meeting of
the G. A. K. Post this evening in its
hull, King stieet, nt half-past seven
o'clock. A full attendance is le
A special meeting of the Hono
lulu Aiion will be held to-morrow
evening at the Anon Hull. Business
of importance will be brought before
(he meeting and a full attendance is
At 12 o'clock noon to-monow, at
the fi out entrance of Aliioluui Ifule
will be sold at public auction the
lease of 1128 acies of grazing land at
Alakiloa, Hawaii. Lease for the tei in
of Jfj years.
A riNi: lot of horses and colls,
broken to saddle and harness, will be
old at auction next Satuiduy noon
at J. I. Dowsett's stables on Queen
xlieet. Mr. Jas. F. Aloigan will do
the metaphorical "knocking down."
Tun "Arlington" is one of the
most fashionable hotels in Honolulu,
iiB well as one of the most reasonable
in its charges. Visitors will find it
one of tho most comfortablu and
convenient houses in tho city, being
centrally located and tho looms all
large, light and airy."
Hv order of tho Minister of Interior
tlieio will bo sold on Thursday, Nov.
lllth, an additional twenty-livo build
ing lots on the South slope of Punch
bowl Hill. These lots are situated
along Alnpai street above Kinau
street and are of various sizes. The
upset piico of the lots will range
ft out $li)0 to if 500 accouliug to si.e
Hi'.i'our. juni), o, .i.
TiiiispAY, Oct. II.
King vh, Kolii. Defendant with
drawn pica of not guilty und plcaiU
King vh, Kulnilii, Iltiniiiili mid
Iv'iiiui, IJtinimh mill Kunu nolle pro
bi'iiuliul, Kalinin ihiiivIiiIimIi
(Iiiii vh. Jim lliowiu nolln pro.
IVllIK VH, Jollll Kiilwim. Hun-
luiiuuil ! V wm uinl $liiim..
iMMlmiiliiiiiluyiif id A. Iuwit.
Ikuliruil' iiirilluii In hi) hJIuwiuI
Wim Hiliww tfiulPH! MWW W
m w kittiuui fima ji)Wi
jwptwi ImuEjijjii Uj luumui
t nrnr.rjT i mnnn
Tlic Uiinsp met, at ID o'clock
Ul't'lllils dp CdMMIl I U.S.
Noble iMilllcr picspuipd Hie
oiilv rcpoil of I lie coniiiieice
mitlee on the peliliou 1o remit the
line levied on tin1 bark U. I). Hrunl.
lor smuggled opium. They Hud
that neither the owners nor the olll
cers of the vessel weie cognizant of
the smuggled at tide being conceal
ed on boiii d. In view of this llml
ing and of the harshness of the law,
lliey recommend that half of Hie line
be leuiltled. Signed l K. Muller.
lie did tot know wlieiher or not the
majority would picsent u icpoil,
anil moved that the minority lepnrt
be laid oirilu tabic to lie consider
ed with the Appropriation Hill.
Noble .Muufarlauc promised the
majority repoit to-morrow.
Laid on the (.able to await the
Hep. Cuiiunings presented the re
port of the public lauds committee
on ilii petition for a bill to provide
lor the extermination of the lanlaua
weed. They have no means of
knowing the acreage infested by the
weed, bul know that it would cost a
huge amount to put any such mea
sure into effect, Iheiefore lecoin
nuiid that a comuiis-ion of two
members from each island be ap
pointed, to report to next Legisla
ture on the subject. Adopted.
l?ep. Cuinmings presented the re
port of tiic same committee on a bill
i elating to a lease ol Government
lauds in Kula, Maui, to Her Majesty
Queen Kapiolani. They llnd, on
Hie advice of the Atlorney-tieneial
and other lawyers, th-it the lease is
illegal, and recommend that, to save
a suit against the Government by
Her Majesty, the bill be passed,
which requires a new lease to he
executed to the Queen by the Min
ister of the Interior, at double the
rental or S200 a year, Iler Majesty
to relinquish all claims on portions
of the land previously leased to
lep. I'aehaolc moved that the re
poit be adopted.
Hep. Hrown moved it bo laid on
the table to he considered with the
bill, lie disagreed with some of the
legal opinions cited, where it was
held that the Go eminent was liable
Hep. Paehaolc suggested that
there might not be an oppoitunity
for considering this bill alter the
passage of the Appropriation Bill.
Hep. Brown was entitled to his legal
opinion. The speaker as a lawyer
would piefer to see the matter going
over, as it would make work for the
lawyers. However, he only looked
at the public interests.
Noble Baldwin, as living in that
neighborhood, knew something of
the matter. There was liable to be
injustice done to persons to whom
the Queen sublet lands, unless the
affair was legalized, as it was recom
mended that the rental to Her Maj
esty be doubled in the new lease.
The report was adopted, the bill
to be read a third time Friday.
Noble Macfaihuie presented the
majority report of the iinanee
committee on the bill to
exempt certain articles from
Customs duties. They find that
musical instruments for schools are
already free, and that it is not ad
visable to abolish the other duties
mentioned ; therefore recommend
that the bill be indefinitely postpon
ed. Signed by E. C. Macfarlane,
C. J. McCarthy and A. Horner.
Laid on the table to be translated
and considered with the bill.
Noble Marsden presented the re
port of the sanitary committee on the
petition of S. K. Meekapu for $250
for medical services to lepers. They
find that petitioner was allowed to
treat certain lepers, but was to do it
at his own expense. They recom
mend that the petition be laid on the )
table. Signed by J. Phillips, J.
Marsden, and VT. Y. Horner.
Rep. Ilookano, as introducer ot
the petition, moved that the report
be laid on the table to await the
minorit' report. Carried.
Rep. Rosa presented the report of
the judiciary committee on the
claims of merchants and others for
goods furnished and services ren
dered for the state funeral of Iler
late Royal Highness Princess Like
like. They recite the manner in
which the claims originated, also the
proceedings of the Legislature of
1888 theiton, together with a deci
sion of the lute Judge Preston, and
recommend that, as the credits were
given in good faith, the claims be
paid in full, amounting to 821,
0U1I.08, tho question of interest to
be left with the Legislature. One
or two claims with exceptional feut
nrcs are also left to the judgment of
the House. Signed by Yv". White, Jos.
Nawahl, A. Hosii, and J. K. Hoo-
hunt). A dissenting report Is ap
pended by W. II. Halstead.
Noble Baldwin miked if the total
wan outside, of what tho Government
Hep. Hosh siild that only ono of
the pitilluh Imd lukcii (he part of Iiih
olaini (ill'nrcd, tlmt win J, T, Wider
limiMt, Tim nilium prcfuricil not to
prejudice, lliuir chdum to Mm full
lltiu, Hi own iiiovpiI tlmlllm n
port Iji) iiiimIm Hi'hil order of tlm
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bill which they recommend be print
ed and take its usual course.
Noble Mat -den presented the re
port of the select uouiiiilltee on live
stock hills. They find that the law
of 1881 piovides tlllclenily for the
qiiatatiliiiing of live slock, theie
fine ic commend Ihat the bill on thai
subject be icjecled. They tire of
opinion thai Hie piovisiou for Im
posing a license fee of 'S:).fil) a year
on dealers in impoileil live stuck'
would be wise piolcction to reg
ular dealers. Therelnre they submit
an amended bill containing 'this pro
vision. Laid 'on the table to be con
sidered Willi Hie bill.
Hep. A. S. Wilcov presented his
minority repot t of the select com
mittee on the bill- for ic-cstablisli-ing
the olllce of Governor and pio
viduig for their duties. ' As a mem
ber of the Legislature of 1887 lie
was doubtful of the wisdom of the
bill lo abolish Hie olllceof Governor,
believing that under the system
then existing the change was unde
sirable. "Bul the bill was passed,
and other oliiees were established,
and for three ycais the public affairs
of the several islands have been
conducted under the new system.
The new airangenient has become
so firmly established anil has worked
so well that il does not appear to be
fir the public iiiteieststhat. tcvhangc
should be made at. Ibis time. The
duties forineily pet formed by
the Governors, and those sought
to be established by Hie
bills now under consideration,
have been divided and assigned to
other ollices, and in some respects
the public service Los been bene
fited. The. assessment and collec
tion of taxes have been performed
with belter icsults, and the public
roads and highways have been bet
ter cared for. The Sheriffs, who are
i ('sponsible for the police of scveial
islands, now have more complete
control of the officers and Hie service
lias been benefited. Futlhermore,
to make the change now proposed
will involve a considerable expense,
which seems unjustifiable at present.
Frequent changes in the system of
public administration arc undesira
ble, and as there appears no suffi
cient cause for re-establishing the
olllce of Governor at this time, I
recommend that both of the bills re
ferred to us be laid on the table."
Laid on the table to be considered
with the bill.
Rep. Marques moved for permis
sion to print the extracts from letters
of postmasters, without the alll'da
vits of clerks, with the report of the
inajotityof the select committee on
Rep. R. W. Wilcox said that all
the items referred to the committee
had been passed. What was the
use of having all that matter printed
now? lie moved that the committee
on accounts be instiuctcd to pay for
what had been presented to the
House and no mote be printed.
Rep. Brown seconded the motion.
Let the mailer drop.
Rep. Paehaolc did not think the
motion was in order.
Rep. Lucas considered it a proper
amendment to Rep. Marques' mo
tion. Rep. Kauhi supported the objec
Noble Horner suppoited the
amendment as being in order.
Noble Midler thought the ques
tion had been fully explained and
moved the previous question, which
A motion to call the ayes and noes
was lost, and, after Reps. Paehaole
and Kauhi bad made further objec
tions, the amendment canied.
Recess from 12 to 1 :30.
a rare musical Treat.
The R. M. S. Zealandia is due on
Saturday from the Colonies. One
of her through passengers will be
Mr. V. T. Best, the eminent Eng
lish organist, who is returning from
Sydney after opening the largest or
gan in the world, in the Centennial
Hall in that city. During the stay
of the Zealandia it is proposed to
have Mr. Best give a recital on the
large organ in Kaumakapili Church.
Full particulars will be given imme
diately after the arrival of the
steamer. All those who desire to
enjoy a musical treat of the highest
outer should be in readiness to hear
EVENTS THIS EVEHIHG.
Excelsior Lodge, I. O. O. F., al
Court Lunalilo, No. 0000 A. O.
Geo. W. De Long
G. A. It., at7:.')0.
Post No. 4.r
7:1 110. .
TIIK UK will bu a meeting nf the
Athletic Association at Melumny
Hull THIS (Tiu-dtiy) KVKN'INQ, at
7 iilU o'clock, for the purpone of uleeliug
nlllcui-4, ,1.11. FISHIMt,
liHil II Pienldeiit put lent.
ASPKOIAL ineuilmr of the Hono
lulu Allon will he hnlilTO-MOIN
HOW (WViliiiwhiy) KVKNINO.m TillO
o'clock at tlitt hull, Af lillKluesii nf III)
poiliiiii'ii will he linmulil liufiiio Ilin
Uii'i'llilK. It full lilltiinhlliciinf III" liiein
hiT U ili'flinl, Unit '.M
I'lltli POUCH I
'iij.Mii r now1
UN I Nil. nj TllD ljiiluiiL, liu.Jii!.
ul tomtom liuM,xnll
Solitary Convict for Tina
son nf July 30. 1RB9,
Albert Lnoiueiis submitted l the
limit pail nf his totuiiiuted death
scnlcnee for tieason to-day. This
lorennou he was taken from Oaliu
Pi Non to the Police Station, and
thence on boaid the Oceanic Com
pany's brigantine Consuelo. The
vessel sailed between 12 and 1
o'clock with Loomensasa passenger
for San Francisco.
LoomeiiH was convicted of treason
at the Supreme Court term, before
Chief Justice Jutld, October 11,
LSK'.I, for his connection with the
upiising of duly ISOth previous. He
was sentenced by Hie Chief Justice
on the 2jth nf October, to be hang
ed on the first Monday in Decem
ber. The Privy Council afterward
commuted the death penally to im
prisonment at hard labor oneypar.wilh
the condition Ihut at the expiration
of that term he be banished fiom the
kingdom. In accordance with this
decree he was deported to-day as
The prisoner was greatly affected
when the time came for putting his
banishment into ell'ect. When the
olllccrs were taking him from his
confinement he wept bitterly. Hon.
It. W. Wilcox was at the vessel to
bid Loomens good-bye, together
with a few other friends of the exile.
The event also attracted a few curi
ous spectators, who became cogniz
ant of il by seeing Loomens diiven
to the water front.
G. A. R, Notice.
IIP.AIIQI'AUTi:itS, GK.O. W. Di:I.(NH"l
Post. No. in, Dr.i-r. op (.'ai.i
rottMA. (J. A. It.
Honolulu, Oct. Ill, 1S!)0.
rpiIEUE will be
L inci'tiiii: of
n li-t null. Knur slice).
at 7::m o'clock. A full at.
tend nice is requested.
Ilot-l Srit.. : Honolulu.
J. II. FISIIKIt, Pi op.
Board and Lodging
coi ding to local
per week, (ac-
aliou of looms,..
$10 00 to 912 on
Transient, per day 'J 00
Table Uoaul, per week 7 00
Single Meals 50
IfiyVisltors will find this one of the
most comfortable und convenient houses
in the city, the looms being huge, light
mill ahy. Hot and cold water baths.
CAPTAIN II. IJightbodv, of the bark
"Uiikt-r," will not be lesponsible
for any debts contracted
without bis written oider
with a fuiuilv, wilh or with
out board. Letters to T. K. It.."
Messrs. Theo. II. Duvles & Co. (17!) lit
rnilE Dwelling and Beauti
JL ful Grounds belonging
to II. Itlemeusclinclder. on
'unclibowi sticel. Iniiuhe of
07:1 aw W. O. .SMITH.
JURNISIIEI) ItooniR, sin
gle or In suites; also
stable-mom. Apply "No.
27," Alakca sheet. 078 Iw
ulshcd or unfurnished, near
the old baseball ground at Mukiki Ap-
GU LICK'S AGENCY,
ilS Merchant stieet.
A SUITE of
bedrooms and nailer, on
Punchbowl stieet near Pnl-icu Walk;
suitable for two single gentlemen.
r.til tf II. P. IIEBBAKD.
HOUSE on Young street
near Thomas Sutiaio,
with live rooms and bath:
also stable accommodations for live
hoi ses. Apply at
IlllUtf Koit stieet.
HUE riiiiilluio of a live
loom cottage complete,
for hoiixckci'iihnr. Commit
ccuinilly located und lo Id at it icsisun
alile ictital, IihiiiIiii at this olllce,
HTOIIHB TO LIST.
'IMVO summon KlngNtiei'l
I riH'i'iiily oi'i'iipli'il by
Mr. (IIiiim. llntliirii, in lei in
iniiiiimhh lenliil. I'ihiiiImu Iiiimi heen
IIioiuiimIiIv li'liutulml. I'dnomImii ul
nine. Appl) In
iiU I HI
Aunlimi Hills: hy JamefiF. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On Till K.SIJA V, W'I.
AT III " MM'IL A
At HIV HilcMimm, Queen sheet, I
ell til Tub le AiM'llnti, a line
1 a i lors' Goods,
Diagonals, : Serges,
IClc., Kte., Kte , Etc.
Also, a line lot of
Single Suit & Pants Patterns,
.IAS. V. MO KG AN,
On SATURDAY, Ool. 18l.li,
AT l'i O'CLOCK IIO,
At the 'tables at rear of the olllce of
.1. I. Dowscit, Queen street, I will
sell al Public Auction
ABOUT 13 HEAD OF
r IE HORSES & COLTS,
Broken to Saddle A: Harness.
E -:- 69L
EST GIVEN OUT -"a
Monday alteinoon, October Kith, the
following weie drawn:
Ci.rn 1 Member No. 2."i.
Ci.mi 2 Member No. IIS.
Ul.Ult 3 Member No. 111.
Ci.un A Member No. IK).
Ct.uii fi .Member No. LS.
mid secure a place in this
IS?" We guarantee tint every mem
ber of our clubs will positively get a
Solid t-t Karat Gold Watch with line
full Jeweled Walthum Movement for
$1.00 Per Week.
H. F. WlGhHU. WtfBn Glnfe
Assijjiioe's Notice to Cre
ditors. THE undersigned,
runtry of the
assignee in bank
estate of Richard
Cayford of Honolulu, Oahu, hereby
give notice to all tho eieditois who have
proved their claims against the said
bankrupt Estate, that hu has submitted
to Mr. Justice Biekcrton his llnal ac
count with said estate, and has tiled the
said account in the olllce of the Clerk of
the Supreme Court, pei paratory to the,
payment to credltois of u llrst and llunl
And that on WEDNESDAY, October
in. 18'JO, at 10 o'clock a. m., he will
apply to said Justice for a settlement of
his account us such assignee, and for a
dischuige fi oia all liability.
Assignee of the Bankrupt Estate of
Honolulu, Sept. IIP, 181)0. (172 3t
TltODIUQUES of Kuan, Maui, hav-
Ing made an assignment of his
litoperiy to tho iindeisigned for the
heuellt of Ids ci editors, notice Is hereby
glveu that all claims against him must
lie picxcnteil to the undersigned within
tluee mouths from date, and all peisons
indebted to said J. Kodihiucs aiu re
quested lo make Immediate payment to
the iiiiilcrMgued at his olllce in Hono
lulu. M. A. GOXSALVES,
Honolulu, Sept. '21, 1800. iiii7 tf
13K0PESS0HSAUVI.ET having coii
. eluded tlm Important musical woik
on which he has been engaged Is iiuw
pieptiieil to iccclwi pupils as bcfoie,
rpilAT Tnicl nr I Mi ml of
1 l.miil sliiiiiit'd In I'uliilo
Valley, I'uniiiliiliig iiiiiiiim of
ILK iiciro liioio or hu und
hi'luiiHlnir in llin ediiie of
Chun l.otiKi ilueii.nl A Icumi linn be
ulv I'll ur it im in ul )iiiiiii!ji liiiiiii'iflme
iiiinumIiiIIi ir ih'olii'd. 'I III lilllil nu
Im u lei m of i"ii icau uiulw h
iiilliwluli J'hillli UUhui. iW'IWIliwi
NOW IS THE TIME !
TSie Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Ate now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fen
lure of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following arc a few of the many attractive forms offered by Hub
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " '
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
(7Vot the xVcw York Hun, April 4th, 1890.)
The Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Lite Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Firry
Million Dollaks. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
Itlnfonnulion cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the iiuder.slgued at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
CORNER HOTEL &
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
SATURDAY, Oct. 4th.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
. You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Leading s Millinery s House
Chas. J. Fishel, Cor. Fort & Hotel Sta.
Ex "ADONIS" A "BLENGFELL"
From Borim aM Late Arrivals from t&G Unitea Status.
"Jtoyal Club" I
G. II. Mumm & Co.
lleiineHsy 3 Star
Do Laago Fils -1 Slar
Gonsale. & Co. ! Ciowu
John Exshaw Extra No.
Islay Ulenil Scotch
Doiirbon, 1881, in bulk
Canadian Itye, 1882, in bull:
I'abst Milwaukee )
Letup's St. Louis
Ereilericksburg San Jose )
UASS'S ENGLISH ALE, GUINNESS'S DUIJLIN STOUT,
EUROPEAN PORTS and SHERRIES,
Of llcst Quality;
On-lil'oriiiiL WiiiGH Jiml JLSs'umtioN.
In OasUs mill CnheH, Kin., Etc,, Etc, Elc, l',
The Best" Tonic
W, 0, JMU0O0K & 00,
iw iwn mm uj.
Corner Ilotel & Fort; Streets.
J-iGJEl 13 13 13 K.
' f'uri'H Dyhpopfiiu, Hliini(;ljiiiii
Hie Sysliun. lliwtlincH rJiillijil lli
fn'ililiih'riiiiii, i liiiieis luiSm?1
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