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We Desire lo Gall
For Imbricating the Valves find
VALVOLINF, is an oiutli oil specially piepared undei the highest strain
neat and from which all volatile ami enilhy mutter lint, been uxpi'llt'tl by a
ptocess which leaves u pine and heavy nil, which pieveuls (ho eating away
ol holts and keeps (lie cylinder anil piston packing peifeclly clean. Thi.s
wus the lii.it Mineiul Oil introdiiecd for steam eylnideis and has hcen in con
stant me over eighteen yea is.
gj0' iU niantifaetiire Superior Machine anil .Spindle Oils for all
el.isk.ei itf machineiy.
loonxl Ac Ellin.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Solo Agents. 001 3m
" Olnioiitl llloclr,'' ISfow. . At or Iiur Wn-fi.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBIHG, TIN, COPJfEK, AMD
flfl Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE,"
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', Rlacksmithf', Machinists' &. rinmlipra' Tools,
MOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Kitchen Uicnsils, Faints, Oils,
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrlfogals,
YIlcox & Gltibs, &. Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
B. It. IlKNimr, President A Manager. John Ena, Vice-President
Gowrky JtltOWN, Seeretaiy & Treasurer. CKOir. Rkown, Amlitor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWA1E CO.,
Oppo. .SprcclielM' Itiiiik, : Fort Street, Ilonoln In.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Gonulue Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedfjowood
Piano, Library A Stand Lamps, Chandeliers A Electoliers,
L.imp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete nssortin't of Drills A Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EM DESCRIPTION '
The "aazolle" 3-whcoIcd Riding Plow A Equalizer,
liluebiuid Itieti Plow, IMantuis' Ktunl A Uoononeitked Hoen,
lAlt), OVLlNDEIt, KPJIOBKNIi, MNKKKD.
IJiUlitH, VrtrnUliiw A IIiiihIicm, Manila A Hituil Ropo,
HANI)1KH OF thh KINDS,
I'lOHCJ, iiOHft, Ji.OWO,
aUUIMJII, WJIUMNWNI) of niiigrlr (imlliy, A HTUAMi
Auljt f Kin Wmtt, Hllvur IMiiIihI V.iro,Tlil' UwM (liilltiry,
VaMMi li"i V Utti 'Hit' ni'lt'liiitU'il"(Jiili,,j,il..(m,,(f1(,)t)H
wmlim '.n'.uuM'WMUum'V.T' .,.
Your Attention To
Cylinders of Steam Engiues.
Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
tar (UVkn oit -man
Monthly nltornnoii, Octnlier tilth, the
' following weie drawn:
(Yen 1 -Member No. W.
I'l.m 2 Member No. '.IS.
Cl.t'ii 3 MimiiImt No. 115.
Oi.rn I Member No. ::n.
Ci.i is " Memlier No. 2S.
Club No. 6 Now ForniiE!
.loin nml secure i place hi this
t&f We guarantee that every mem
ber of oiir clubs will positively geta
Millil 1-1 Kaiat Cold Watch wltti Hue
full .Icwelcd-Wallhuni Movement fur
$1.00 Per Week.
.T. A.I.I 'OK HIT.
O. R. & L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation !
Leaving the Hondulu Derot at 1:45 F. M,
Trains will be made up of Co'iebc;
and Canopy-top Cars all one price.
WF"EciirMon Rates for thee Trains
50 Cents to Pearl City and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Re
turn. An opportunity tor a delightful ride
and a breath of pine air, for only two
cents per mile. 005 lm
Infalltblp for renewing, invigorating and
beautify Ing (he hair, removing scurf , dandruff,
anil all affection! of the scalp, and curing erup
tions of the Blcln, diseases of the glands, muscles
and Integuments, and relieving stings, cuts,
bruises, sprains, etc. The afllnlty between the
membranes which constitute the akin and the
hair which draws its suttcnanco from this triple
envelope Is very close. All diseases of the hair
originate la the skla of the head. If the pores
of the scalp arc clogged, or If the blood and other
Quids do not circulate freely through the small
t ejects which feed the roots with moisture and
Impart life to the fibres, the result Is scurf,
dandruff, shtdding of the hair, grayness, dryness'
and harshness of the ligaments, and entire bald'
neei, as the case may be. Stimulate the skin to
healthful action with Barry's Trlconher-
otia, and the torpid vessels, recovering their
activity, will annihilate the disease. In
affections of the skin and of the substrata
muscles and integuments the process and tlje
effect are the same. It Is upon the skin, tlje
muscular fibre, and the glands that Barry
Tilrnnhsraus has its sneclflc action, and
in all aftcctlpnB and injuries of these organs it
rrir-rmr - -. . ,-
is a sovereign remedy, '
Beware of Counterfeits,
Trom the Greatest Living Prima Donna, 1
HaJame Adclina I'attl-Kicoliui, I
i MONTEVIDEO, duly sotli, J6S3.
Messrs. Baiiclat & Co,, Hew, York. I
J)earSlri:l take pleasure in announcing to
vou that Uinm'fl FloIiida WATEiilsoneof the
few articles always to bo found on my dressing
ate. In my conception it is one of the best of
toilet waters, and for the bath ft Is not only de
licious, but refreshing and invigorating, J
rucoaiujcuu u wiuiuui ratnu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
CCl Dibtrlbutlng Agents.
New Hawaiian Directory
riHK above Dliretoiy Is now to be
X obtained at the Minus ot -Messih.
ReiiROii, Snillli A Co.
ii7:l aw N. P. UURQESS,
T ROPRFQUEd of ICuau, Muni, hav
(J lug made an alignment of bis
piopcrty to tlm umleilgiiL'd for the
hcuullt of IiIh cietlltoiri, uoilee Ik liureby
given that all claims aguliiat libii must
lm presented to the iinderidgiiod wllliln
linen ninmliH from date., and all piiiMin
liiilebleil to iild J, RodrlipicH are iu
iiuexlfil In tiiakii iiiiiiLmuIii payment to
the. niiiieridgiied at liU olllcu hi iloiin
lulii, M.A, (iONMALVKH,
lfi'JO, 11(17 tf
riMUT Tmi't or I'iiici'I nf
I. I.iiiuI kliiiiiii'il In I'alulii
Vnlli'i'i t'iiiiiiiliiln it it hum nf
Mill )M'it' iiimiii nr li'i nml
Iii'luimlliK I" Hi!' ,lillu nf
UlV I'll ill
,111111. llDI'lUIU'll. A lUlfll niuv III
linn fin it li'iiu nl iimiiiiimI Tiniiii'i lain
iuwi'wliiiii il JMliiuJf 'Ililii.luiiihiUi
ui' II ltl jll . 01 , JMI1. ,iBl UJiUUI lUjJkll
nihil hilii IMillln illllllll, Pui'lllllliul
ertr ia i
tiUumuOuii iwm ll'l'ftM ,...
MUJuiULu, tt. iM QCTOBBli 15, JfcttiO.
rnriTrtT i rnrmn
Toeshay, Oct. 2.
Tlu' lloitso rosuined at 1 :I0.
Thinl reading of hill In amend
the law relating lo pounds nnd es
tiays. Rep. llookano moved to st riln
out. the w oids, "or upon any (Inv
eiiniK'nt, laud In this kinudoin."
Rep. Hrown opposed the tunend
luent, contending that the provision
would be no hardship. The Govern
ment's domain should be protected.
The amendment was lost and the
Third reading of bill to amend the
law relating to pounds and eslrays.
(Rep. llalylead'n hill amended by
committee, leaving only the provi
sion for reducing Ihe pound fee
from SI to lit) cents :i head.)
Rep. llookano moved the lull
Third reading of hill to amend the
law i elating to corporations.
Minister Hrown moved the bill
Third reading of bill relating lo
the collection of debts from Govern
Noble McCarthy moved thai the
bill pass. Carried.
Third reading of bill to amend the
law of 1888 relating lo the limitation
of time of Chinese return permits.
It extends the time from one year
lo two years.
Rep. llookano moved that, the bill
Noble Maefarlanc moved a recon
sideration of the vote.
Rep. Paehaole objected that the
lion. Noble had not voted with the
Noble Maefarlane would like to
know where he had voted. lie did
not know anything about il till il
Noble Midler, having voted with
the majority, moved that the vote
Minister Peterson moved that the
ayes and noes bo called on the mo
tion to reconsider. Carried.
Noble Marsdcn said some mem
bers did not understand the bill,
and asked that it be read again.
Interpreter Wilcox stated that the
bill simply extended the time for
which permits are granted to Chi
nese merchants to return lo the
kingdom from one year to two
Noble Marsdcn asked if it did not
abolish the requirement for deposit
ing a photograph.
Interpreter No ; that was in the
report of the committee.
The ayes and noes being called,
the motion to reconsider the bill was
lost on the following vote:
Ayes Ministers Brown and Peter
son ; Nobles Rerger, Maefarlane,
Mullcr, McCarthy, Phillips, Crabbe,
J. M. Horner, Marsden, W. Y.
Horner, Anderson, von Tenipsky,
and G. N. Wilcox; Reps. Lucas,
and A. S. Wilcox 10.
Noes Nobles Pua, Hind, Parker,
Raid win, Corn well, Wal bridge, Ka
noa; Reps. Brown, Cumiuings, R.
W. Wilcox, Rosa, Kaulii, Nawalii,
Baker, Rickard? llookano, Waipui
lani, Apiki, Paehaole, White, Kane.
alii, Cockett, llalstead and Kuud
Noble Maefarlane, on being call
ed, desired lo state his reason for
moving reconsideration. It was be
cause the bill extended the time lor
return permits to two years. And
just at that time, when they were
asked to provide more Chinese labor
ers for the planters, lie did not think
it appropriate to relax any rcstiic
tions on Chinese immigration. It
would be a fatal mistake when the
mechanic element looked to the
House for protection for them lo pass
such a measure. It would not help
to settle this vexed question, One
year wa3 bad enough, but two years
Noble Baldwin, on being called,
saul that, as one member had made
an explanation he wished to do like
wise. He did not see what this bill
had to do with the labor question.
The petitioners for this relief were
merchants who thought it a hardship
that they could not stay away more
than a year.
Second reading of bill to regulate
the military forces of the kingdom.
(Substituted by select committee for
the original bill introduced by Rep.
It. W. Wilcox.)
Sec. 1 passed, as follows: "The
military forces of the kingdom shall
consist exclusively of the King's
Sec, 3 was rend,
Rep. Rickanl moved that tins bill
lm printed before proceeding Au
thor. Noble J. M, Horner moved Hint
the section nnd tho whole bill ho in
dullnite.ly postponed. They had
early In the session agreed to the
diHbiiiidiueiit of thu volunteer com
puiiloa, TIiIh wiibii peaceful country.
It Imil not the reubous of ICuro)euii
countries or uruilui. There was
koiiui ciuiHi) for Koldlurd In America,
Tim plmiKurs lliiH'o IkiiI to encounter
wild iiiiIiiiiiIh mill mini, Kvmi
t 111 IuOIiin lliuro could ha It bull's
MX .AT Hi
yo. (l.utiu;liWr.) Wind cmilil Vfii)
iiiiiix iId tiny wity y 'I'liyy wiiiihl only
lie it illinium III thu siiftily of lliu
cniiiilry, niirmi limn it mv tiointllHi'
llmiiil iMinvt'iilliiii. (liiniBlil)ir.)
Tin' llfiiiw liyil ulwJ fur many ul
iiu llilijutf HjI gii!Juiii lur lil"li
luml mlwuiv uuuli uul In1 jilVDiji
jiui (ijjiuj uf l mi ui, . uu
ml vyjl m uuUum mmi mud
mm If m nmmi' mm B'
ww p Hfr.1 nmtn&mtv
him good l'eutoii fur lliis bill ho.
would vote for it.
Rep. Ijucii'i said members weie,
liable lo be deceived by having the
old bill printed before them. The
bill before Iho House was the one
proposed by the committee. It was
an innocent measure, with no men
ace about il. Only '" met! men
weie provided for iu the bill, and it
would be dilllcull lo tell the army
from Ihe baud.
Noblu Horner said lie was discus
sing the printed bill.
Rep. ' Rosa contended that Ibis
being a man aichieal country, the
soveieign should be provided'witli a
military guaid. Kvery sovereign
from the Kaniehauiehas had been
accoided Ibis honor. The military
never was a menace in this count rv
till after the revolution of 1887,
when volunteers were, allowed logo
about town with guns at 111, 11, ami
12 o'clock at night. Natives would
never be allowed to carry arms in
that way without an alarm beii.g
laised, although there never was
any fear of the natives till the event
of 'July ."(), 188!i, that very unfor
tunate event lor the native Ilawai
ians. Rep. Lucas moved, as an amend
ment, to the motion to print the bill,
the addition that it be consideied
again next Tuesday. Cairied.
Second reading of bill to create
an additional port of entry in the
collection district of Kealukckua.
Considered with adverse report of
Minister Brown moved that the
report be adopted. He was very
sorry for the linn, member, knowing
he would like to make the nourish
ing town of ICailua a second Hono
lulu, but he feared it could not be
done by this hill. The collector ol
that disliict wrote apologetic letters
to the Department for having so
little business to report in return for
his salary of S2." a month.
Rep. Waipuilani said he had in
troduced the bill in accordance with
petitions from his constituents. The
committee gave as a reason against
the bill, that there was a port of
entry at Kawaihac, ." miles from
Kaawaloa. But the Government
established a port of entry at Mahu
kona, only nine miles from Kawai
hae. Kaawaloa was once the chief
port in Kcalakekua Bay, now its
chief importance lay in its being the
site of the monument to Captain
Cook, where visitors were shown the
rocks on which the children ate
Capt. Ccok's heart. (Laughter.)
The acreage of coffee cultivation
was largely increasing at Katlua, and
it was also going to be noted for the
production of tobacco. He moved
that the report be laid on the table
and that the bill pass.
The, report was adopted.
.Noble von I empsky moved ad
journment, which carried.
The House adjourned at .1:fi."i.
.lust received ex lurk "Milker"
FIVE OF THE ABOVE PIANOS
These lulriinients have been ael.uow
lcdueil hy all the leading musicians of
the ilny to li" the Ver essence and epi
tome of all thai Is
SOUND, GOOD & TRUE,
lu the pioihiclioiiof Ihe moM leimwiied
inal.ci- in flic woild.
Have lepealeilly been lined by the lead
ing pianists of' the day at all the piln
clji.il conceits iu London and the con
tinent of Kliliipe.
ir2rKveiy iustiiiiiicul is guaranteed
to lie of the ben uiuli'i tills and ix lln
Kheil iu the mnt -iqh-ilur slvlein eei y
C3T Kor wile by
L. J. LEVEY,
(ITS Iw Our. Foit A Queen simvK
All oidcrs forcartage promptly attended
(o. funicular attention
paid to the
Storing- & Shipping
Of gooil hi traiixlt to the olher Inland.
Also, Black & White Sand
Iu qimnlllles to t-uit ul lowest pilces.
Irly- OrTMT.: Nnl dimr lu .las, K,
Ming.iii's iiueiloii ioiiiii,
Mutual 1 0 M&iuTELEPIIQNF.Biwr Ooll 4 1 4
NOT I (J H.
riArW,.N Uif!"""!'. f II"1 Imik
V "IHil-wV ttllViiui lm liKiiuiiiililn
I ui miy itiliu niiiliui'liMl liy liUymv
ttHlliiiil i liUvulili'iiuiijci. i)T7lf
i wm u i i MiMTrfri.'nfrft ymwnmm m MWufcw .
Special Bargains i All Department at
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S.
While Press Ootids, in striped, at
10 cents yanl.
Victoiia I.awn, 10y piece, for 75
All colors Moiiee Silk, 1.25 and
.fl.t'iO, founerly $2..ril) ynid.
All wool Plaids, iiduced forfiOand
7fi cents ytiul.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE I
gST Diosinaking under the management, of Mtss CLARK.
imm a cHranr
NO. 77 FORT
The "Oail" Bulletin
InmihmI ICvoj'.v Tiu'Hdnv.
32 Columns nf Interesting News.
Win (J. Irwin d Hoinpiiiiy,
OITK1I KOK SA1.R
limo Ac Coment,
PARAFFINE PAINT. CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covcriog, all sizes.
UUOK St OHX,ANDT'M
'High Grade Chemical Cane Mauuro.
RYE OR ASS
Fuirbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Osti'Ich Notice I
VISITORS aie entreated not to enter
the paddocks where the birds aie
Kept, not lo tease the birds, not to pull
their feathers, tfome blnls are sitting,
tlieotheisariived on the ltith liistnnt.
icijuiieiesi and should not he disturbed.
They can all he seen from the entrance
w licit- vlsitois will always be welcomed.
G. TROUSSEAU. .
Honolulu, Sept. 20. 1S0O. ilfi'.l lm
IjMlOM and after this date we will not
? be responsible for any fi eight after
Mimf litis been dcllveied at any station.
J 'allies to whom freight Is consigned
must be at the -station to receive ihelr
f i eight.
io fi eight will be received for ship
ment between tile, hours of 8 :,;',() and il
o'clock a. m , and between 1 :S0 and 2
o'clock p in.
Trains will not be detained for ship
ment of freight without specUil arrange
ment. tqjsrXo freight will be received after
this (Into niileseliiirges aie prepaid.
OAUU RAILWAY iV LANU CO..
W. 0. Ashley. .Siijierlntendent.
Honolulu, Oct. II. I bill). (17-1 if
MTM1E Kaplolanl Maternlly Homo has
i two rooms to accommodate paying
patients. Ladles of moderate means
who wish lo secure a home on reason
able tin ins, hefoie and during the time
of their eonllneiuunt, wlieio the best of
food, attendance, nursing and medlcid
skill will bo provided, will please apply
nt tho Home to Airs. Miller, the matron,
who will attend to admittance, give
lei ins or other Inhumation required,
Honolulu, Oct. -, lblio. ti7ri ,1m
T Iv A I ULA having Hindi) an assign
t incut lo Hie undersigned for ihe
Imiielll of Ids creditors, ti 11 iiuikoiih Iiiiv
lug claims iigitlimt salil tl, Knliihi me
li'iili.lni to pii'Hint iheiii wllliln tun
liliuillu tit he nllhiu of llyiiiiiu IIioiIicm,
nml nil who Hin Indebted o ,1, (uiiln
liiliid ninl.ii liniiii'illutn piiyini'iil In hc
iim wv I. lUMIINHTKIN'.
fl r AUHIM')' ill m A Ntilmy 'nhli
HT MtiijiijmiiHIit'iil. Duiiiiliiln,
m 11 Mw4w turn, UmMii, I)
mpm m i i) nil rtrtwli w
Enibioidcrics, drees lengths, only
$5 and $7 piece.
Black Laces ,fe I'Mtnineings, al your
All styles of Cuilains A Diapeiy,
greatly i educed.
dents' Wntlerweai, While Shiits,
Hock, Kle., Klc.
The Best Paper to Send Abroad.
Oceanic Stemiisliip Coi'y.
Front San Francisco.
Leave line nt
,, . S. V. Honolulu
Mai iposa Oct 18 Oct 25
Zealandia Nov 35 Nov 12
Alameda Dec. 13 Dec 20
For San Francisco.
Leave Due at
, ' Sydney Honolulu
ealandia Oct 1 Oct 18
Alameda Oet 2!) Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 2(5 Dec 13
Zealandia Dec 24 Jan 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. E.
Friday. ..Oct 10
Friday. . . Nov 7
Friday. ..Dec 5
Friday.. .Oct 2-li
Friday... Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 18;
Australian Mall sirrin.
FOlt SAW FKAlrdlMIW,
The new and tine Al steel steamship
Of the OceauicBteaniHhlp Company, wlU
be due at Honolulu from 8vdue
and Auckland ou or about
Oct. 18, 1890.
And will leave for the above port with
walls and passengers on or uLoiu thai
.?!; ?,Sb'or.. Passage, Uaviuc SU-
rciuun AUUUJUMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IHWIN & CO., Agent..
For Sydney and Auckland.
Tho new ami fine Al steel steMus.lnp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
he due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Oct. 25. 1890.
And will have prompt disputed wilb,
mails ami passengers for thenbovtfporta-
1'or freight or pasaugu, haviun 8tt
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, appl
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Aeento
-0ur New Artotypn llluslrafed
Catalogue sent ft co on appllnillon.
tlM NIITl'KIt NT.,
Mum I'rniiclMio, t i .uliri nl.
, Si Numiia HI, )', 0, Jloi SUV,
Boot and Shoo Store,
Ityvliff liml III yi'ui uiiiqh'iiit liv
MI1KSM & FED
p Es " f"$zrjrS r"T"
MC. ii. ivlyrflMuDusllj11bjiiiU
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