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PAlLY JlUJLUCT-IN : HONOLULU, Ll. I., OCTOBER 17, ltffm.
We Desire to Gall
For Lubiicating tho Vnlvos and
YALVOLIN'ti is an earth oil Hpeeially prepared under (ho highem Meant
neat uml from which nil volatile and earthy matter lists been expelled ly a
nacvM which leaves a pure ami heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolts ami keypn the cylinder uml pinion packing peifcetly clean, This
wuh the. lirst Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and lias been in con
stant, use over eighteen years.
gJfW'o also nia.iiiifiict.ure Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for nil
elates of machinery.
JLeoiiivrd. Sc JESUIh,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Solo Agents. coiihn
Dlnunid ltloclc," Now. OS .Ss OT liintr MM
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, Til, COPPER AND
!a Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AtlKNTH,
Bonders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', IHaekHiuilliH', Mac.hiniHtn' A. I'lumbera' TooIh,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
K. It. IlKNiiUY, President & Manager.
(JoDKitur JIitowN, Seeretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
pin. MfircckclH' Itiiuk, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMJ'OUTKKS and DEALERS IN
Gen'i Hardware, Glass ware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgowood
I'iano, Library A Stand Lainpn, Chandoliors A. EleotoliorH,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A compluUi asHortiu't of Drills fr. Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of EVERY DESCRIPTION '
Thfi "(liuulln" ll-wheoled Killing How A H. utilizer,
lllueheaid ICicn I'low, Haulers' Steel A Goosunecked
' LAUD, GYLINDKU, KKKOHICNH, LINSJWD,
I'ainla, VurninliDH A ((rushes, .Miuiilii A. HIhiiI Hope,
HANDLES OK ALL RINDS,
I'lowti, XJoho, XXomc,
JUJIilU-JU, WIKIMIOUNI) of hiiporior (imlty, A H'IM,
AualiJ lJUll W.iro, Hllvor I'luted Wary, Tiihlu .V. I'uuVot Unljiiry,
Ffftfilur, filiol A mu, 'J'Iih Uuiirnll "fJInlM Miuhlm..hmilml (JmLriilKWi
jltattn' Miiw) Wjju I Mm& fluid tt n m, , ,
tfjJh 0 YMm iy,Wljjlli Biiuwl UilUHIVi
Clam illly Minim Unriti
onT i'w ' Mfe f i ....
Your Attention To
Gyliudcvs of Steam Engince.
.Toim Ena, Vice-President
CKCir, Uhown, Auditor.
.u-1 uuxoon sr.ssios.
The I Ionic resumed at
Noble Midler moved that See. -'
ol the wholesale business hill, as
amended by the commerce commit
Kep. White moved thai the sec
tion atrd the whole bill bo indefinite
ly postponed. This was only a
measure on behalf of Honolulu deal
ers to keep up prices. Two or
three prices were charged for fur
niture. People saved money by
buying through traveling agents.
What was the license these mer
chants had to pay, anyway? It was
only $oL'. If it was proposed to in
crease their license to S'ioO you
would see them swarming into the
lobby, to beg air. White not to vote
for "the bill, and even to buy up
those reporters, in order to get long
articles in the newspapers. They
were told that the reciprocity treaty
would reduce prices, but on the con
trary goods were dearer than ever.
Noble IMaofarlane said that the
bill was not introduced in the inter
est of any class but for the benefit
ot the public. It was approved on
submission to a committee of the
Clianihir of Commerce. The bill
was to prevent commercial travelers,
who paid no taxes nor contributed
anything to the treasury beyond a
paltry license fee, from coining here
ami "competing against our. mer
chants who paid high rents and
taxes. If thc-e drummers were to
lie allowed a continuation of such
privileges, the merchants might as
well close their stores and have all
their business done through foreign
agencies. The talk against the bill
was specious but contained no ar
gument. He referred to the state
ment of the member for Ililo (Na-
wahi) that lie had been deceived by
the rest of the commerce committee.
Hep. Nawahi denied that he had
made such a statement.
Noble Muller described the pro
ceedings of the committee, to show
that everything was open.
The Interpreter stated that a liter
al interpretation of the lion, mem
bers remark in the morning was that
a wiong had been done to him by
Noble IMacfarlaae had held a
higher opinion of the foresight of
the of the lion.' member than that he
should have signed a report before
lie understood it. Resuming his argu
ment lie asked if they were prepared
to see the wholesale business houses
shut up for thesakc of a few com
Noble J. M. Horner was afraid
this bill was one of those where
there was a nigger in the fence.
Noble Crablie said there was no
such thing. There was no nigger
Noble Horner resumed. The bill
was a restriction on liberty. What
the people of the country wanted
was cheap goods. This was a time
when the people must look after the
cents as well as the dollars. Some
of his friends in California made
fortunes from very small amounts.
Let everybody have a chance to
climb. His principal objection to
the bill wa9 as to the amount rcquir-v
ed from the commercial travelers in
order to have liberty to do business.
Noble, Crabbe had introduced the
bill ami could assure the lion. Noble
that there was no nigger in it. It
was to prevent the wholesale busi
ness from being 9watnped by drum
mers. Under present conditions
Tom, Dick, and the Devil could
open out samples in a room, and,
without contributing to the general
prosperity of the community, run
opposition to the merchants who had
to pay heavily for all their privileges
Noble Mullcr corrected misap
prehensions of opponents of the bill
as to its origin and objects.
Noble Isenberg- could not agree
with the hon. Noble from Hawaii.
Besides paying taxes the wholesale
merchants had to maintain expen
sive business establishments.
Noble Horner would be satisfied
with the bill if convinced that it was
only, directed against drummers.
He had been annoyed at the visits
of whiskey drummers to his neigh
borhood. Kep. Drown explained that tho
bill had no reference to the drum
mers of local wholesale houses.
Noble Homer thought when the
bill appeared this morning that as it
was ti merchants' bill lie would leave
it alone. Hut on looking at it a little
closer he began to think it was of a
piece with the opposition to the San
Diego steamship bill, having the ob
ject of preventing people Irom get
ting their supplies cheaper,
Noble Mncfatlaiic knew that tho
hon. Noblu felt sore over thu San
Diego mutter. Thu hill would not
prevent competition in the wholesale
business, Anybody complying with
the same conditions iu tlioKu in bus
Inuuu could Blurt u wholesale ntnro,
Tlii'kd iliiimiiinrH for wholesale
warehouse ttbrnml did not sell good
any clieupnr lliun tliu house niulii.
Itilnlng wiirolinnws In iliU t'onnlry.
Tllfl ny( mill linn wnn imlM on
llio motion lo lnili!!nluly h).)him
Din bill, wliluli wii lod on llin fid
Aviih Nolilus I'lllli .
W. V. llnriiiir.tiiHlAjii:
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(Jjauil 1 U
ll. w. m
torn i liiiM. ,A m
Noes- Ministers Cummins, Ilrown
anil I'olerson; Nobles Widemann,
Maefarlane, Midler, Crabbe, Hind,
Marsden. Cornwell, von Tompsky,
(L N. Wilcox, Kunoa and Isenberg;
Rep, llrown, Uiekaid, Cockett,
HnKlead and Knudsen 111.
The section passed, also the re
mainder ot the bill, to be rend a
third time Tuesday.
Second reading of bill to provide
for taking the Census of 1.800.
Minister Hrown thought it was
not possible to make preparations
for taking tho census on the 1st. of
December this year. lie moved that
the time be placed one year later.
Kep. Marques considered it would
be unfortunate to break the record
by having the census in IS'.M. Other
countries took their censuses this
year, and odd countries would inter
fere with comparative statistics.
Hep. Hrown lelt the force of the
hon. member's argument, but it
might be impossible to lake the
census this year.
The amendment carried.
Ucp. Marques, on other amend
ments being proposed, moved that
the second section and tho whole bill
be indefinitely postponed.
Rep. It. W. Wilcox seconded the
The bill was indefinitely postponed
and a motion to reconsider the vole
Second reading of bill to provide
and to regulate the sending of Ha
waiian youths abroad lo be edu
cated. Neble l'ua moved that See. I
Minister P.rown said the only ob
jection that, occurred to him against
the bill was the provision that the
youths must be selected from certain
islands, which seemed to be opposed
to judicious selection.
Kep. Hookano said that this ob
jection was removed by a provision
in another section.
The section passed.
Noble von Tcmpsky moved that
Sec. 2 and the whole bill be inde
finitely postponed. He saw no use
in it. We had the lvamchameha
School and other institutions lor
Rep. Hookano did not know why
the bill should be rejected when the
House had appropriated 10,000 for
the education ot Hawaiian youths
abroad. Perhaps the hon. Noblu
from Kula (laughter) meant to stop
sending youths abroad.
Noble von Tcmpsky That's just
Rep. Hookano mentioned an old
tradition that 'the people of Kula
were so stupid that they would at
tempt to lake the scales off a squid
(laughter) but he was hardly pre
pared for such a stupid motion as
that of the hon. Noble. He would
advise him to withdraw it.
Noble .7. M. Horner saw a great
injustice to Hawaiian youths in this
bill. The money to be expended on
these seven youths would educate
scores of youths at home. Was it
any benefit to the many ordinary
boys left at home for one smart boy
to be sent abroad.' Rook-keeping
was one of the branches the3' were,
to learn abroad. If there was no
body in the kingdom who could
teach book-keeping, then import a
teacher who could do so. It would
be cheaper than sending boys abroad.
Then there was the profession of
leaching. Why not put the 10,000
to the aid of the normal school about
starting at home? Then there was
carpentry. Had we no good me
chanics in the country. His obser
vation was that youths educated
abroad would not look at a mallet or
a chisel when they came home, but
wanted to slay round to make a
living by their brains when they
hadn't any brains. (Laughter.) It
was because lie was lor and not
against the Hawaiians that he favor
ed the indelinited postponement of
Noble Cornwell was in favor of
the bill from the beginning. He did
not agree with the lion. Noble who
had just spoken. How far would
$10,000 go in endowing a school
where the youths could be instruct
ed in special branches ' It would
only bo a llca-1itc. There were
clever youths finishing their courses
at Lahainaluna and oilier .schools,
who had not the means of going
abroad for further advancement. It
would be a very good thing to en
able these to go abroad, under the
conditions provided in the bill, and
he for one would support the bill.
Itep. Nawahi was in favor of the
bill. Wo have not got the schools
referred to by the hon. Noble from
Hawaii. A youth from one of the
schools such as we have would be
obliged to go abroad if he wanted to
cntor a learned profession. How
could a young man become a doctor
or a lawyer in any of the domestic
schools? The foreign residents sent
their children abroad for higher edu
cation, and this bill was intended to
do thu same for children of Hawai
ians. Kep. Lucus supported thu bill.
It would he impossible for youth to
acquire certain brunches of educa
tion at home, There was not a for
eign family in (he kingdom nhlu In
afford tho expense which did not
xund Us children iihrnuil for cilueiu
linn, He imdurslonil llioru win. u
yDini,' Hawaiian tluctor ready lo
liiiiKirnlily urmlimtc In London.
Tlmn wiu unotliur youiiK lliiwiillnn
liuirnlnii uiiKruvIng In tin1 Slum,
mIiii Injil iuwIvihI it illii)iii for "v
I'l'lluwm, A lliMViilljiii In) In llil
cuuniiy udijIiI kimruuly oviiunt U)
' for u iiujtlJi)!) ulwvfi u
lUIJlh KUll III) UjMiMi
u uimieir fm
iiliUlIi n'ili tVllBi'i)
U'ttJUM Id bfiPii fimi.
Noble Wideninnn said the money
was appropriated, and they were
now making rules for its expendi
ture. Let that be done without, any
Noble Isenberg was glad that the
country was sowell off in clmols,
and it was the graduates of these
schools that this hill proposed to
help, lie would ho glad to see Ha
waiian youths become physicians in
foreign colleges, ns they would prob
ably be more successful among their
own people than any other doctors.
He very gladly supported the bill.
The motion to indefinitely post
pone the bill was lost, and Sec. 2
and the remainder of the bill passed
in order, and third reading was tix
ed for Tuesday.
The House adjourned at JJtf.O.
FlwE -:" SULO
RT (ilVKX OUT -villi
Monday allernrmii, Oelolier tlllh.' the
' following weie dvnwn :
Ol.ru 1 -Member Xn. i!."!.
Oi.ru 2-.Mi'inl)cr No. lis.
!l.tm :i--.Member No. III.
(h.i'ft I .Member No. :'.(.
Oi.cn ".-.Member No. as.
.loin ami secure n nlnee in (his
jqV- Wo gnuriinlee ilia) every mem
ber of our I'lub-i will pnxltlveir get a
Solid 11 Karat Oolil U'ateh with tine
full Jeweled Wultlmm Movement for
$1.00 Per Week.
H. I Wicliim, Watch emu
l!7S 1 1 11
o. r. & L,
To Ewa Plantation !
Leaving tlio Honolulu De ot at lilOV. M.
Trains will be made up of Coaches
and Canopy-top Cars all one price.
Ion Rates for thusc Trains
50 Cenls lo Pearl City and Return.
75 Cenls to Ewa Plantation and Re
An opportunity for
a delightful ride
and a breath ol pure
cenls per mile.
air, for only two
All orders for cartage promptly attended
lo. I'arllcnlnr attention
paid lo the
Storing & Shipping
Of good In transit to the other Islauds.
Also, Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
SOT Oitiok: Next door to .las. P.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual t9"aTELEPIIONESo" Boll 414
Ostrich Notice !
VISITORS are enireated not to enter
the pniblocl;-) where (he buds are
Kept, not to tease tho birds, not in null
their feathers. Hoimi birds nro silting,
the others arrived on Hie 1 til Ii Instant,
I cipdro rcM mid should not be ilistlllbeil.
Tliey can all be seen from the oiilrauco
where visitor will always ho welcomed.
Honolulu, Sept, s.'(i, lh'.io, jstci im
I IIODIIigriWnf Kuiiu, MiiiiI, liuv
t) lug Hindu an a-lL'iiiiiniit of his
niripcily In the iinilei'-igiii'd for llio
iH'iicill nf hi ci'itilllni'x, limine l liuieby
ulvini lliiil nil eliillii' iijinliiM him nuhl
ho pio.einm n llio niiilur.lL'iH'd nllliln
ilirco momlm fiuiu dull1, it nil nil iei'.on
linlnlili'il In iuhl il. jlnijiiit me ie
mutlftl in niuko liuiiiodluiti puyuiciil In
llio iiinulxiiml ni hi. i1lee h, n.
Illlu. i. A lillVH.U.VKH,
HuunluiMiiMjii. 4i, w, M'lliJr'u
MlMfl WtlllKLY nilLLIlTIN-
' -1 . ii i mi i i i i i .
Special Bargains in
13. F. EHLERS & CO.'S.
White Dress (hinds, in striped, at
10 cents yaid.
Victoria Lawn, lOy piece, for 7o
All colors Mnirco Silk, $1.25 and
$1.00, formerly ..flO yard.
All wool Plaids, reduced for fit) and
7o cenls yaid.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE I
gj0 Dressmaking under the management of Miss CLARK,
NO. 77 KOltT
The "Daii" Bulletin
sgjjt a croirar
I.nsiumI IiJviv 'I'ncNiliiy,
!12 Columns of Interesting News.
i 11111111 wim iitMiimnni-
Infalllblo for roucwlng, InvlgnratlnR anj
bcauUfylug the hair, removing ncutf, daudmll,
anil all affections of the scalp, anil curing ciup.
tlons ot the skin, diseases of the glumlx, mii'nca
and Integiinicutj, and rcllevlnj; stings, cntd,!
bruises, Hpratira, etc. The affinity bi:twecu tin.'
memtirancB which constitute the ektu and tho
hair Vfhlch draws Its xustcnancc from tills triple
enveloix! is very close. All diseases of the hair
originate In the skin of the head. If the poics
of the scalp arc clogged, or if the blood and ot her
llulds do not circulate freely through the small B
vessels which feed the roots with moisture audi
Impart life to the flbrca, the tcsult is scurf,
dandruff, shedding of thu hair, grayucss, dry lies
and harshness of the ligaments, and entire bald
ness, as the cnto may bu. St imulute the akin to
healthful ncllou with Harry's Vrlcoiilicr-
oua, and tho torpid vessels, reeoverln' their
activity, will annihilate the disease. In ull
ntToclions of the skin mid of thu substrata ol
muscles and integuments the process and the
effect arc the same. It Is upon the Kkin, the
muscular fibre, and the glands that Iturry'H
TrlconlioroiiH has its Hpectllc action, Riid
In all affections and Injuries of these urgiius it
is a sovereign remedy.
I'rom the Greatest Living Prima Donna,
Madame Adcliua Piutl-Nicuhni,
UO.NTKVIDKO. JlllV aillll. 1KSH.
MKSns. BAnCLAY JS Co., New York.
J)mrdUv:l iiine)iejiKure iiuiimoiinciiu; to
you that Baivry's Fixiuida WATr.nixoiieorthcl
few articles always to bu found on my ilressliiKj
e.iee. Jn my eoneentloii it is one of tho best ofl
toilet waters, and for tho bath It Is not only de
licious, but refreshing and Invigorating, il
recoiaiacuu ll wlUiout reserve.
Distributing Agents. lin
Win. G. Irwin it Company,
orrmt foh sai.k
JLiimo tc Cement,
PAftAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
13UOK & OIlIiANDT'S
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
U Y K
Fuirbunk Cuniiiiit Co.'s Corned
Beer, I ami 2 lh, Dim.
SALMON IN IIAIIItKLK,
IM'TAIN ll, ,IIiIImiiIj', nf Hie limit
V "illil.t'1'i" will mil lie i-iwiiinnhln
for iiuy ilnliis eimlrni'li'd
milium bu wrliii'ii iirib'r.
Aiiiiiiiiiy ul Uu A Nuluiy I'nhlli'
M wauiid'jijD'i'jj UmiiiiIuIu . il
$fi and $7 piece.
drees lengths, only
Hlaek Laces it- KhuinoiuKS, at your
own prices. '
All styles of Curtains ,v Drapery,
Cents' Underwent, White Khiitu,
Sock, Ktc., Etc.
The Rest Paper to Send Abroad.
Oceanic Slnsli Coimi'y.
From San Frnncisco.
Leave Due at
S. P. Honolulu
Mariposa (),.( 18 Oct i!5
Zcalundia Nov lfi Nov 2l!
Alameda Dot! I'.t Dee 20
For San Francisco.
Leave Due a I.
Oct 1 Oct IU
..Get 211.... Nov lfi
Nov IMS Dee. L'l
..Dec 21 Ian 70
Alameda. . .
Mariposa. . . .
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave- S. V.
. . Deo
. Oct 2-1
' Wt SAN fr'ItANCHNIUO,
The new and line Al steel Bteanmhip
Of the Oceanic HteanisIiIpCompauy, will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
ami Auckland ou or about
Oct. 18. 1890.
And will leave for tho above port with
mails and passengers on or about that
For frolcht or nassanc having KIT.
.1. JU.kl.Jl IV
-tti- 1 rt... '.-"" -D w-
IRWIN & CO., Agent.
For Sydney and Auckland.
new and fine Al
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at nonolulu from' San
Francisco on or about
Oct. 25, I 890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having BU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, applj
37 WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Aeents
HAMMERSMITH & FED
ffi()iir New Arlolypo llhistratoil
Uatitliif;iii)KMit. ftco on appllt'iiilim,
UM Hll'ri'l'.lt MT.,
Hun FiaiiclM.Mi, j :nliiiun,
Ho, Ull Nuumiu Ot, . 0, lo( yov,
Boot and Shoo Storo,
Australian laii Serricc
(1 IIUVllJK liml 111 ju tJSjwhjnjtii 111
Qiu mmm, I urn ij(j(iniflJffiPj
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