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WEDNESDAY, OCT. lf, 18110.
OAHl) RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
Ti T(,kc lidM I AuL'lint 0, 11111,
A.M. A.M. P.M. I'.M,
Icavo Honolulu Hs-lfi 1 :I5 fiiilllt
Arrive llonouliiili !: Ill : 111 li::tl
Luavo llonouliuli. r.MU 10 :M :l:.M ....
Arrive Honolulu.. 11:14 1 1 :r..i 4 :".." ....
Siituidays anil Mondays only.
Hk All ml:i. Aiidt'i nt, 121! day fiom
Sinn claudim- fiom llaxxail and Mnnl
UlnirO It Hi-hup limn ciicuil of O.ilin
Schr Ivaiililua fot' Kli-ele unil Wiiimca
CAKCUbS FI1UM ISlAHU PORTS.
Slmr (Mainline L'.i hafj-. iig.u. 12 hales
wool, i; hides, I'.l hop;-', I liiiie, 1:11)
Kinin llaxxail. unil Maul per stmr
Claudine. Oil liiKioin Volcano: ,xn-
riug;, M i MacUniiH'll, iMNs Slone
Mfci, A O Slum -.ifer, .Miss King, S Peck,
Or llnli'liin ami wife. Mm lluichhi-
ou, Air K.inu. l-'ioiii wav polls:
Com. I A King, l II lltii'lii'Oi'K, jr, K C
Saddler. V Hoi-axcII, II (' AiMiu. Win
Weight. Mi- Llllliana, Akuiia. .Mrs (i
Hall anil I chililicn. Won-;- Kxxai, A
Tililti. ( liwiue, MisO A ( haiin, Ml
K I) Lake, .Miss llmmil. Miss Mai v fill,
P 1'ccK, P W a P.icxxor, K XV A liiexxcr,
K W Hitchcock, .1 Dilliio. 11 A .1 Jtiidei
igues and Mi deck.
Kor Maul, iK'r Mini- T.ikelike, Out H
Mis Ncal, U otheis and about Till deck.
Kor Kauai, per .lmr Waialcale, Oct
it Dr.J ri McGiew, Miss Mclliew, E
Knpkc, anil :!." deck.
Koi San Ki.incl-co, per bgluc Con
sueln. Oct 14 V ItMiup and A l.oo
iiirn. SHlfflKU MUTES.
The steamer Kaiallon aiiived al Ililo
about noon last Salunlay, Oct 11. .She
will piobably auixeil litis poll next
The bin I; Atlanta, Captain Audeinu,
brought for tills poii yesieiday, ii5n,()(io
leut lumber fiom Poit Toxviisewl, con
signed to Lcxxeis iV Cooke.
The biigantine Lonsuelo took for San
FiaucNco yusterday llfiO b.ijjs lice. 701)
lugs Munir and llTl emptv beer kegs.
Domestic vahui $i:U!!.uO.
Arrived Oct 7, eln- ICa Jin! fiom
JPaauiln, 48 days from Honolulu, having
been engaged cruising.
Octe, stmr Claudine from Honolulu.
Oct?), stun- Hiiwail from Kaliool.twe
with cattle, etc.
Out 111. sehr Cntarliui, t days from
Honolulu, in (listics, sills and pumps
demoralised nud loaded with coal and
Out 14, stmr Claudine from Hilo and
Sailed Oct 7, sehr Ka Moi, CaptSam,
foi Honolulu. Memorandum: This sehr
is on her way back to Honolulu, having
been 48 days out, disehaiged machinery
at this poit and laid in a stock of cabin
Oct 8, stmr Claudine for Hilo and way
Oct 10, stmr Hawaii for Hamakua.
Oct 14, stmr Claudine for Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tub Supremo Court will sit in
banco on Monday the 20th mutant.
FtitE Police will hold a special
meeting this evening nt 7 :30 o'clock.
Tumir.iis for new school houses are
asked for by the Boaid of Education.
Tun Farallon's cargo lo the islands
this trip is twice at large us on her
foi liter trip.
A hit.oiai. meeting of the Hono
lulu Aiion will be held to-night at
7 ::! o'clock in Arion Hall.
J as. F. Morgan will sell at public
auction, at 10 o'clock a. in. to-nioi-iow,
a line assortment of tailors'
goods, at his salesioom, Queen street.
Amono a list of oveidue vcsscIh at
Sun Kjancisco, published Sojit. iiOlh,
is tlie Gcrniuu bark Adonis, :i(i days
out fiom Honolulu.
Tin: Cliaileston and Hawaiian
bands will give a combined concert,
at the Hawaiian Hotel, Fiiday uvon
ing, when Miss Kuth Wind's new
song, "How Lovo Cimio" will ho
Mr. L. II. Wiihrman, steward of
Iliu steamer Farallon, has our cordial
tlianks for Jlles of Ban Francisco and
San Diego papeis to tlio 1st inst.,
and for hia tlioughtf illness in sending
lliem from Hilo by tlui steamer Clun-
Tin: regular rocuplion of tin Ad
miral, captain and olliccrp of tliu
Oliatlfslon, will bo hold on boaid tliu
Jlaghliip to-moiiow (Thuibday) after
noun, (mm 2:110 to ftiltO, Iioals will
be at Hie lauding fiom t2:!!0 until
-I p. in.
At 10 o'clock u, III. tiMiwuow
l.owiH .1, l,nvy will hell at ptilillo
uiiiitlon lllll Ulltilll lllltlMlllOllI ftlllli'
liliu of l)r, Oailur, nt his iiihIiIhiich,
K'ing wlii'nl, iimxI lo Kiiwiiiiilmii
(IIiiiiiiIi, AIm, a lot n iiiuiIhhihiuii
Till'. I'lilU'il Hlnli'H MmiiniM- NIphIi
Mlilwul nl Hun I''iiiiii'Iiiii Hniil, III)
IluJII lluiliillllll. Tim Mlili luM ii
ulu Huiiitiiiiliiii ll, unil iinlu'ihviili
Illl lu.H.I ll'l.ll III! lllll IWll II
Vl u iui ipiv nuu i. n
Vi:i)Nr.siAY, Oct. lfi.
lloiist' nicl nt 10 o'cluck.
Itcp. l'aeliaolc, iiinler snpi:nsii)ii
I he lilies, read a pel it ion fmin
S. L. lvalaola, lor Sl'OD for soviet-
as mail c iriieiaiii) seliool polici'inau.
Hcfi'iied, on iiiMiimi of Hi'p. Hun
kuun, In si'li'i'l, coiinuillee ol lliici1.
iti I'outs or niMMiniti s.
N'olili' Miiller jnesenii'il the rcpuil
of the cuiniuerci' cointuillce on bill
relating lo the testing ami sloragi
of keroseuc oil, siiliiiiitlin ameiiil
liiunts with which il is leconiineiHl
cd the hill pass.
Laid on the table lo be consider
cil with the hill.
Hep. Lucas from the printing
coininitlee roporled seven bills
The President appninleil (he fol
On lantana, lo rcpoil lo n'xl Le
gislature Messrs. I'achanlc, liirk
unl, Waipnilnni, t.'ornwell, von
'renipsky, Ivnudscii, U. N. "Vitcov,
Manpies, and 0. Brown.
On petition ol' Kalaula Messrs.
llookano, l'aehaole, and Spencer.
Rep. Itmwu presenteil I he majo
tity rciioit ol the selecl couiinitlec
on the petition of Hi.) owneis of the
bark C. I). Hryanl. Taking into
consideiation thai the value of the
vessel was appiaiscd in Ihe neigh
borhood of $!'., 000, and the Minis
ter nt Finance compromised as by
law authorized lo do, for the mud
of J..100I), Ihe majority think thai
owners of the vessel should not com
plain, the (.iovcimncnt. having thus
waived a sum in the neighborhood
of fr-20,000. Anotfier matter is that
one-half of Ihe money has abeady
been paid out. While admitting
that other sums of money have been
paid back' under authorization of
the Legislature, the majority do not
think that such action is politic, as
it might lead owners to be careless
in Ihe inspection of their vessels, as
to secret or other places wheru
opium could be stoied. They there
fore iccomincnd that the petition be
laid on the table. Signed by Cecil
Brown, K. C. Maefa-lane, A. S.
Noble Midler moved the report be
laid on the table to be considered
witli the minority repoit.
Minister Hrowu moved the majo
rity report he adopted. Carried.
Rpp. Blown presented the report
of the select coininitlee on Ihe bill
lo repeal the Hoad Board Act, and
the bill for the appointment of road
supervisors. Thev recommend tlitit
both bills be indefinitely post
poned. They are of opinion
that if the road boards were elected
by the people al each biennial elec
tion, complaints that roads were onl1
kept in repair near sugar plantations
would be remedied. With that ob
ject in view the committee have pre
pared amendments lo the law, one
of which will place the roads and
streets of the District of Kona,
Island of Oahu, in the hands of
road hoards, the same as in the
othertaxation districts of the islands.
As the proposed amendments will
not become operative until after the
election of 181)2, the present law
will remain in force until such time.
They submit a bill containing the
proposed amendments. Signed by
Cecil Brown, W. II. IJickard, John
Rep. Brown moved that the report
be received and the new bill trans
lated and printed. Carried.
Noble 1'ua presented a resolution
that the Minister of Interior be
authorized to open Kekauhlce sticet
from King street to Berelania street,
lie moved it he referred to the Min
ister. Laid on the table.
ltep. Hookano moved that Rule
57 be suspended, which provides
that a matter once disposed of can
not be renewed during the session,
so that he could introduce a resolu
tion. Heing requested by the Chair
to state the nature of the resolution,
the mover said it was to provide for
an appropriation for a subsidy to the
Hilo-San Diego steamship line.
The President suggested that tlio
matter of suspending that rule was
ho important that the ayes and noes
should be called, and it was so
Noble Homer spoke in favor of
the motion. lie had heard many
regrets for the previous action of
the House on the subject.
Noble Baldwin was opposed to
establishing such a precedent as was
involved in the suspension of this
Rep. Paehaole supported the mo
Noble Muefuilune, on the calling
of tliu roll, Haiti if there was any
thing important coming before the
House lie was willing to votu aye for
Noble Wldeuitiuii, in Hiving his
voto, said, "I'm not bought,"
Noble McCmtliy mini, "I'm not
bought; I will voto aye."
Hup, llrown Hiiltl if tlio mutter
camu up, hkuIii lio would vole for
dm Hiilislily. Iml ho diil not IihIIhvu
In iiH!iilni till ilnor, In nmklnn HiIh
Ilt'll. IIOMI (Pilfl'l) III Illl UM'llrtl'll,
m, liimwj ni'im wmhii.iii' oui ihh
H'l HIM IHH llt'l'll nusuillliir ".. .....
fully (!iiiiiiitliimili!iti inmiu ol Dm
!!i!ii ILUiliajU m Uidmip nw
win IwmymsiMh IJjuu.uI
ltep. Kaithi uni against opening
Hie doni, but, as his vole would
make no dilfetouco, lie asked to be
The motion was lost on the fol
lowing vole, theie not bring the ro- '
(pilsiti' two-thirds of the House in
lax or of it:
Ayes Ministers Spencer, l'eler- .
son ; Nohlvs .Macfarlane, l'ua, Mo- I
Catlhy. Ci'iihbc, .1. M. Horner, 1'ar- j
Isi-r, V. Y. I lot hit, Kanoa, Heps. I
CuiiHiilngs, Maiipies. Lucax, IL W. I
Wili-ns, llos.-i. Bush. Nawahi, B:ikcr.
A lliiriiei', Kahiiiikauii, Waipuihuii,
I'afhaolc, White. Kaiu-alil,(;iu-ketl,
Kaui.ii, Uli-i1, -".
Noes-Ministers Cummins, f!.
Brown: Nobles WuU'iiiaiin, Berger,
Mullet, Ilinil, Marsdeii, Baldw-iu,
Walbridge, Anderson, Vim Temp
sky, (J. N. Wili-os, lsenberg; Reps.
Brown, Rickard, Apiki, llulslead,
Knudsen, A. S. Wilcox 1.
oiiiir.it or riir. hay.
Consideration of the Appiopria
liou Bill on third reading.
Hep. Waipuihuii said that, when
the. I louse left Hit' consideration of
the bill last time, a motion xvas
pending lo insert an item of SlliVH.
7 lo ii-pay tin1 Inler Island Steam
Navigation Company its espendilure
on the wharf al ICailua, Hawaii. He
now moved that Iheileni be referred
to a select committee.
Noble .1. M. limner asked if pro
vision for this payment xxas not in
eluded in the geiieial appropriation.
Minister Spencer said no, but he
was in favor nt the item. Knilu.i
was one of the most important
places in Kona. It was held sacred
by the Hawaiiaus. There the tabu
was broken. There idolatoiy xvas
ab-indoned. There the llrst mis
siouaiies lauded. Theie the ideas
weie given to Hawaiiaus xUiich I hey
had made good use of. lie spoke
as a Hawaiian when he said, "ko
kakou uapo kuia" (This is our
wharf.) This might lie only senti
ment, hut sentiment was the fire of
life and sometimes served a good
Noble Widemann (who stood up
intently listening dining the Minis
ter's remarks) said he wmited to
know xvhether it was the Minister's
speech that they were going to pay
for, or the lnter-lslaud Steamship
Company's wharf. His Excellency
xvas in favor of this item, lie did
not know what he was not in favor
of; he xvas for everything. "Ko
kakou uapo keia!" What reason
xvas there in that for paying this
money V This sort of tiling came
doxvn from the late Ministry. Theie
xvcre books more of such proposi
tions, authorizing money to be paid
if til ere xvas any left. He fax'oied
reference lo a committee.
Rep. Paehaole was pleased with
the sentiments of Hie Minister, but
thought the item should be referred
to a committee.
Rep. Nawahi spoke of the respect
due to gray-haired members, hut
thought they should he consistent,
lie referred to a x-ote given by the
lion. Noble from Honolulu the other
day, and said that Minister Spen
cer, although married to a foreigner,
had shown himself more favorable
to Hawaiian interests titan the lion.
Noble xvho xvas married to a Ila-xx-aiian.
Noble lsenberg said the company
had finished the xvharf after the ap
propriation of S800 xvas exhausted.
The Legislature should pay the
money. He moved an amendment
to make the item 8980, just half
what the xvharf cost. (Minister
Spencer They to surrender all
rights.) Of course they xvould sur
render all rights. It xvas Govern
Noble Widemann did not care
what the member for Hilo (Rep.
Nawahi) thought of him, but he
should stick to something near the
truth. He had no recollection of
the vote of the other day. The lion,
member should slick to the truth
and not squirt mud, lest people turn
and squirt mud at him. He (Noble
W.) did not care to lioomalimali the
natives or anybody else.
Minister Spencer. Neither does
the Minister of the Interior.
Noble Widemann I trust the
member for Ililo will leave my wife
out of the question. If he does
Rep. Nawahi interrupted without
Noble Widemann I wish him not
to mention my xvifc again, because
she is not a person to have dirt
throxvn at her by a man like him.
Rep. Naxvahi wanted to know why
lie could not mention that the lion.
Noble xvas tnanied to a Hnxvalian.
Noble Widemann Let him not
do it again! As to the matter in
hand ho would like ask xvhether the
Inter-island Co. had not paid some
thing to the xvharf at Waimea.
(Noble lsenberg said it had.) The
speaker xvould then recall xvhat he
said the othor day. The Inter-Island
xvere very liberal, contributing
lo every wharf they used, but they
were more interested in that xxhiiif
than anybody else. They would bo
willing to pay llielr sharu and tliut
was why he was in favor of u com
mittee. Noble Baldwin inferred to the ap
propriation of last Hushion, iitnl re
imirxeii on tliu iiliHiuiuu or any peti
tion friim lint company. 'HiU If
piumuil hliould m treuti'il M no li
llruly nuY uppropiiiitloiii "ml llm
iut"dlnii hliould lin ii lo ttliulluo' It
mm (iilriililn lo inulm Ilin t'kii'iiili
liiipou Unit hIiiiIh
Tliu mullou. for it uiinniiitt ur
.ii in Ilium inn iiiiivm. JMuui.
tyjiUU, Aliilul, NU1W, M
- irwMw-k . - . ..-rn w. -r"-
! will mm iiiUau. f lfi.
Noble Morsiltn avkeil if Ibis in
eluded buoys," etc. , in IVail llarhoi,
and if il xxiis siillicieiil.
Minister Spencer unsxvered in Ihe
The itum passed.
Hep. Paehaole compLiincil of the
ha-te with which items weie declared
passed, and moved to iiuiko the
Alolokai Item !o00, as money xxas
wauled foi I'likix) especially.
.Minister Spencer said llial would
be provided lor oul of the geneial
I'ep. Paehaole nci-epled ihe pro
mise. I.iimlinirsand buoys, Kauai, $1000.
Landings ami buoys; general,
Noble McCailhy moved lo inscit
the words, "not lii be used for any
of the above places until their speci
fic appropiiations arc exhausted."
The object of the amendment xvas
lo keep the Minister sttaiglil.
Rep. Hookano was about to pro
pose an amendment, but a motion
tor recess having been made was
Recess finui 12 lo 1 :.'10.
The latest quotations are Cuba
Ceiiliifugals, basis '.)(! test, at (i.
Beets have declined 4.U1 cwt.
Ceitilieates are lluctuating with
the lul est quotation atS7(i.."0.
CRUISER SAN FRANCISCO.
The new I'liileil States cruiser
San Francisco, which made a record
of 1.1:71.1 knots on her ollicial tiip
in Santa Bat barn channel a shoil
time ago, xxas formally turned over
to tin (ioveriiiiient, on the '27lh inst.
The eiuNer has been thoroughly
cleaned and painted since her trial
run, and it is uiideiHtood thai the
xxoik of placing her armament
aboard, and otherwise fitting her for
sea. xvill be commenced at once.
Her first tiip xvill probably be lo
THE SA.1 DIECO LINE.
Mr. Clark, of the linn of Living
ston & Clark, is authority for the
following statement made lo the S.
F. Chronicle: We recently bought
in New York, in conjunction xvith
the others interested in the line, a
steamer of 2000 tons. She is noxv
on her xvay out here (San Diego)
and will make regular runs to Ililo
and Honolulu. In the course of
time xve xvill add other steamers as
fast as the tarlllc increases. The
large sugar expoitations have not
yet commenced in the islands, but
xvlieu they do xve xvill get a large
share of them. You can say thai
we are perfectly satisfied xvith our
venture, and propose to elaborate on
it. We shall content ourselves for
the present xvith catering to the
freight business. We have noxv
under discussion the advisability of
adding a passenger seiviee, but xve
not fully decided upon the
LATEST FROM THE VOLCANO.
The volcano party which left by
the steamer Claudine last xveek, re
turned to Honolulu this morning.
The party consisted of nine persons,
among whom were Mr. and Miss
Stonesifer, Mrs. Flagg, Miss Mae
Connxvell, and Miss King of Califor
nia. They arrived at Hilo at about
11:80 o'clock Thursday morning
and in the midst of a drizzling rain
stalled for the volcano. Il rained
all the xvay up ; rained at the volca
no; rained during the ride back and
rained at Hilo as usual. In spite of
their dampened spirits the party
speak xvith unbounded piaise of the
trip and of the magnificent sight
they had at the volcano.
Dana Lake xvas tin iously grand,
spouting to tlio height of fifty feet.
Nexv lakes had formed to the left
and nearer the Volcano House. On
the right of Dana Lake and about
half a mile axvay, the molten lava
hud burst out fiom behind a new
cone and xxas (lowing almost lo the
lake. The scene xxas alarmingly
magnificent, the crater being much
more active, the guide said, than he
had seen it in four years.
The Planters Labor and Supply
Co. xvas holding their great annual
meeting last xveek from Monday till
Friday. They held daily conference,
and xve are all axvuro they are bring
ing all the poxver possible to bear on
each ineiuhor of the Legislation to
accomplish their solu and selfish
purpote the importation of Chinese
cheap labor. Wo know, too, that
this power is great; that tho wealth
represented in Unit council amounts
to many millions, "thoxvealtliof the
countiy," "tho life of the country,"
as they proudly htylo Ihemtiolvcs. It
is haul to have to admit, that such
"mean Inihinei-H" is the life of any
country. They can't oven ufi'ord lo
hund lo the Blateu lo get uiggciri,
Well may xve ask for xvhat puijioso
is all this display of energy? 1m it lo
fnixvind the cultivation ol ramie or
eoil'iie, or any piodiict, which they
systematically mention once in a
while ul llmir moutiiigH and then
diopr Have Ihcy nvi'i Inmenlly liiul
to advance any of lliene iiiiurprier
Was H homo IiiiiiiivoIiiiiI, uiiMillbh
H'Iiuiiiii llml I'MMinlit Ilium toKutliui',
wliltili limy iiii ulmiil lo (million Iliu
aiKllllllll" In liii'i'lllplillV YVn
lilllikY nllllt II VX.IW Ill'flilK Illl')' IDUCIII-
hkl. Wi l.lHivv lliilr HH'iit vv 1 1 1
mill lliul il twll ni'W'i' lti wljfllwl mi-
IJlJi lllsti Aiwnly Itttluuiwliiiliitidi'
iliu luinllilluu ilivni, Tliulr uludu
WlWpl ' 'u 1' l4NUJl w
itpp'-id Ii- thriii finui nil ail", (li'te
j. aiding lh'' win iini',s nud lc-ums of
I I In- p.il nud picM'tit; dNicgatiliiig
the examples of eveiy i-ivilied iui
I tion. Now ufiei impin ling icu of
I thousands wf Aiialie- among n, and
' being unable to keep them nl xvmk
in iclicvo the coitnliy of them, and
I 1,'llMXX'lui: Hull Ihe (iiivelllilli'lll cull-
not liml m iii nl lin-iii, oxen once ii
xcai, In in then Ihm-s, yet ibex de
I bin iali-l j ii i .sc in confcii'tii'i' to
petiliou inir li-e,islalitlc to impoit an
tmliiiiilnl niiiiibet lb-it will iml onl
! sWiinip eveiy ciiien, who i not a
e ipilnliKl, but swamp cxeiy eixilicd
I iii-liliilinii in lb iimiy. And
iin-sciait i-i.iuiix win he n I'liini-se
Colons in lai-i, idtliniigli oiii tl.it it -i
is may be .ibl to keep up the decep
tion lo Ihi- eoutiary a fcxv yea is nunc.
Without icganl topuiix foi p.uty
nevei imide u bad uiiiu good or xice
xcicii let us consider xvhat mateuul
xve have in the Huiim to pievenl any
such gieat evil befalling the country.
For Ibis bill xvhen ptcscnled xvill be
uueoiisiitutional and cannot bu hon
est, bee.ui-e it does not coxei an hon
est Mibji-el. With a few excep
tions the menibeis of the House
n io composed of plantcr.s and
natives. Many of the native
iiiembeis fiom the country (lis
tiii'ts ale mil only indebted lolhc
pl.utlcis foi the xotc that pill them
in theii seats, but, pei hap, also for
the suits of clothes on their backs.
All Ihe native menibeis, without iu
speel to paily, fuxor Ihe Chiuapmn
and his inteiest. Many of these na
tive inemhei.s aie ioor men, and live
mouths' expense in the capital on
f-JfiO may have ledueed them to the
choice of slai ving, stealing, or accept
ing a hi ihe. This being Ihe case, xve
cannot expect lo defeat this bill,
when bniitght into the House. Like
the bill to mitigate, we may baxe lo
at pt il as a necess.ny evil. Il will
foiee Ibat tenor lo exeiy eixdied
eoiintix , "class Legislating" upon us.
This will c.iiry the tyinnny of plant
ation life thioiigh every bi.inch of
indusiiy in Hie country.
The only hope left is that our lib
eral and far-sighted planteis in the
House xvill, xvith the help of inde
pendent members, bo patriotic
enough to fiaiuo a hill, that xvill con
trol at least one half of the xxages of
the coming hordes and this xvill an
chor r.idily s Ilea until he is icady to
letuin lo the land of bis biitti. Let
lis haxe the bill passed and forxvaid
it to Congiess; it will help Jim
Blaine and tliu Ameiiean people lo
leconcile themselves lo the 1 educ
tion of so many millions of dollais of
their leveuuu for the sake of keeping
this business out of their countiy.
Cn ini:si: DitAooox.
jcmiu; to that
t bemiu; to that despicable cast
known as taxpayeis. Theiefore, l
xvish to groxvl a gioxvl, oxen though
it brings no rodies. to my griexance,
or pei haps, to fall into Ihe usual int.
I should say public giivanee.
I am a xvorkinginan, but as then
is no hat in in being a "sinexv" of the
country, i binui not insist upon
growling fiom this standpoint, al
though it is in fashion. I shall gioxvl
this tunc as a simple taxpayei it is
nunc lo tho point.
1 haxe been in the habit for yearj,
of taking my children, I have tlnee,
and my xvife on Satuiday afternoons
to hear the Haxvaiian Band, our hand
the taxpayer's band play in the
public MiuiucH but xvith many ollioi
taxpayers and touiists, I have sullei
ed lepcuied disappointments for
boveial months past. We have all
been disappointed for the last three
Why? Because the Koyal Ha
xvaiian Band, xvhieh the taxpayeis
Biippoit, has been gadding mound
the island, at somebody's order, to
dance, or rather play attendance on
one-horse shoxvs gotten up by pica
yune railroads for their oxvn inteiests,
and to increase the subsidy and re
ceipts ulic.uiy sxvelled by whom? By
the taxpayers, xvho are alxvays called
upon biennially to pad out the earn
ings of prix-ate enterprises, under the
plea of developing our inteiests.
"Our" in this case does not mean
tho taxpayer's interests, xvho support
all the baud's expenses and part of
Noxv, Mr. Editor, I knoxv the plea
xvill be raised' "that the railroad pays
tho band hoys;" but the taxpayeis
pay all the band's expenses and,
therefore, ought to haxe a fair pro--porlion
of its services. The way the
Haxvaiian Baud has been ordered out
of toxvn upon public concert days
lately proves the Ollicial in chaige,
whoever he is, xvould make a good
"shoxv manager" but he doesn't pay
the band. Nobody objects to occa
sional departures from public conceit
days, but xvhen the rulu becomes do
pamines, tliu ta.vpayeis have the light
lo kick, as they pay for it.
FIRE POLICE !
A SPECIAL meeting
will bn held
EVENING, at 7 ::;l o'clock, ihihlnchs
of Initio! lance. I'eroiiler.
(18.-I :t Hei'ieiary.
IjMtOM and after this date vo xxlll not
1? bn ii-piiullili' for any f i eight idler
wiine him been dullvuiril at any Malhrn.
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NOW IS THE LIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional tea
lure of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The folloxving are a fexv of Ihe many attractive forms offered by this
oiiginal and progressive Company:
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INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
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PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and curtain, and its
From (he New York Sun, April Mh, 1890.)
Thi Iiiirrsl. BiisiniiHS Ever Transact ttl by a lAWi Asfmr-
The new business of the Kquitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exeeed Fikty
Million Doi.laus. This is at the rale of two hnmlrtd millions of'asstir
(ina'J'or the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
Hay-Information cheerfully furnished to any who xvill xvritc to or rail
upon the undersigned at his olllcc.
ALEX. J. CARTWR1GHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Societv
of the U. S. ' Jan-1-90
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