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UJLIUX UULOJliTli ? HOJNOJLiUIjU, H. 1., OCTOBER
ifat1t fYi H 1 1TiKttMt 1 ifcrtrfTiMHwi w n ii
We Desire to Call
For Lubiiofttiug the Valves aud
i BrniQTtrernrw y
VALVOLINK is an cailli oil vprouit) prop.ucd itmlot the hrghcril steam
m ut unit fiom which all volatile ami eutthy mutter lias been expelled Jiy a
jiRici'fiM which Mini's ,i pure ami heav.v ml, wlm h pievents the eating nvvti)
of bulls and keeps tho cylinder ami piston packing perfect!) clean. This
was tho liiM Miium.i1 Oil uitiodiiccd loi -learn ijhndet- ami lunbecn in cuu
"taut UPe over eighteen )e.ua.
Ve aUo niutmf.iuliiK Supuiiii Machine ami Spindle Oils fin dl
elai-MH of machine))
Loonnrd Sc llliH.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Solo Agents.
" Dli .1 ttlnl," No,
(kanite, Iron and Tin Ware
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIF, COFFEE AND
9iw Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants;
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AOKNTS,
Builders' aud General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
I'l .ANTATION MUIM'IjI IU".
Oiiipeiilers', ItlitekHiintlis', Mm liinitilk' A I'luiiihcjn' Tools,
BOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
KlUilit-ii IlUuihilti, Taints, Oils, Vnrnitdioti, Lump MiVuIh And
-jtiioh,I IVIoi-trt ntliMe-
Blukd's Steam Pumps, Westou's Ceutrlfugals,
Wilcox & Ollibs, Sl iieminglou Sewlug Uacbines,
Dr. Jape & Sods Family Medicines.
K. K. ilKNiiitr, President A; Manager.
fJoiii kkv ItitowN, Secretary t Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
Opim. NiuocUoIm' Iliuilt, : Fort Street. Honolulu.
TAIl'OUTKHS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; aud Wedg&woad
I'lumi, Library A Kl.ind Lamps, ('liaudidiers A. Klcctpliiirn,
L.iuip FixturtM of .ill kinds, A complulu assoitin'l of Diills.V
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION
Thr "OirtW :i wheeled Killing I'Uvf A EiiualUoi,
llliielie.tid Ituo I'liiw, I'l.mlers' SLiel A Ooomoiici kid llmm,
LAUD, UVLINDKU, ICKUOSKNK, LINHIWD,
' Mill, VitiiiUlnm it llnihlifis, Manila A Simd Uopo,
JIANDLKH OK AM, KINDH,
JOHC, JIB OHO, J J OHO,
iiillllllH, Wlltl'MIDlND of riiipoilor iulily. A HTIWM.
Akjlbj UoH V.lM, Milvfi Willed Wiiin.'I'itlili'tV I'liekni Ujijlitiy,
FlDliHIiid A l)iim,Tiii lMHidliil"(lliili",Mmdiiiii-imiiti(litii
ILtLil Jlliy MiiUill lliiiU
Your Attention To
Cylinders of Steam Engines.
un Si. 1T Iilnr rnn-f.M.
John Hna, Vk'p-J'resJdent'
Ckuii. Huovv.v, Auditor.
1'iMinr, Del. 17.
The House icnuuod at I :t".
llep. ilookaoo moved to lmeit an i
Item o( 8100 for S. 11. Mtekiipu, rt i
iccomtncnrlcil In ti unnorlly ot ilie i
Noble riilllip-) said thu snnil.iry
eoinuiUtee had iiiNcstiauted the mut
ter. Meekuptt u ns allotted to Heat
eeitnin fepera at his oui expense,
lie was paid 8!)0 for medicines and
made another elaiin for the Hanio
thing. Afterward he was sent away
liotii the settlement on account of
having made himself objectionable
to the Sisters In charge.
Hep. l'aeliaole said the llo.ird of
Health did not deny that the man
did certain services uuder Its sanc
tion, and it was not fair to iefue
him even the 100 recommended by
Noble J. M. Homer said no hu
man power eei eiadicated leprosy
from a man, but he believed there
was no disease that did not have its
remedy in some herb or substance.
.Moekapu thought ho had theiemedy
and -.pent his time in trying to prove
in etlicacy. Tlu were spending a
large amount to enable Lb. Luiz to
tr hN skill for the cure ol the dis
ease. On these considerations he
was willing to Mite a little lor this
experiment. .some ol our most
valuable diNCoveiies hnveeome lrnm
The item p'lssed.
I'oiests, paiks. nuiseiies. .Main
leiiameuf iiuimtips, 10,1)00. l'nss-
Noble ilullei nioed 8000. L u
der our' present circumstances we
could aitord to dispense with aoine
ot the luxury of parks.
Minister .Spencer by request gave
the component items Thomas
Square S'J&OO, Aliiolani ground 81,-
200, Palace ground SI000, Emma
Square $800, Mausoleum ground
S600, Makiki ground $1000, Punch
bnwl park $2."00.
Hep. Wilcox moved it pass as in
the bill. Carried.
Minister Spencer moved to insert
$2000 for expenses under the Plant
Diseases Act. Carried.
Miscellaneous. Honolulu Kirc
Noble Marsden moved to stiike
the item out. There was a bill be
fore the House to make Honolulu
pay for its own Kiie Department.
Isolde Widemann asked what
about the Ilamakiui Kiie Depajt
Noble Marsden said Hamakuadid
not want anything, would iu fact
take nothing if offered.
' Kep, Brown regarded this .as an
other qt those incoinpieheusible. mo-tions-from
the Hamakua members.
The bill in question would not take
effect before June of noxt year.
What was going to become of the
city till then? Theic would be a
liability of a conflagration like that
of 1880 or worse, which might bank
rupt the whole kingdom. If the
Fire Department was to be aban
doned property owners could not
get one cent of insurance. Hono
lulu was the only city of the king
dom containing its concentrated
wealth. It had the. only harbor and
wharves where vessels could lie in
safety, and it was absurd for the
country members to oppose an item
for the protection of the capital city.
Noble J. M. Horner was aware
that the bill refened to would not
hare effect before .June, therefore
could not go as far as Noble Mars
den. Had they chosen to force the
matter they could have picssed the
question to an earlier issue.
Noble Maisden withdrew his mo
lion. Rep. Rickard would renew the
motion. There was no reason why
the countiy people should pay
for the protection of Honolulu
property, l'hey had no hotels, no
Noble Widemann No volcano
Uep. Rickard proceeded, amidst
cries of "Sit down," "Ninati,"
"Hear, hear," saying the couutry
people were the busy bees, that
bore tho burden and heat of the
day, gathering honey for the Hono
Noble Widemann said if the coun
try people were bees, the lion, mem
ber that just sat down was certainly
a bumble bee or else a hornet.
(Laughter.) Honolulu paid its dol
lar and the country its twiMity-IHu
cents, and tho country talked as if
it paid twenty-live thousand dollars.
Let them go on their own hook we
can do without them. After lui titer
remarks iu tho same vein the
speaker concluded by suying the
question was too riduailoiiH for con
sideration. Noble Mullor moved the picvlniis
question, which cunieil.
The ilciu passed,
Hllo I'iru Diipuiliiiuiit, fc.'iOOO,
Noble ltorm oil mov ed lo h riko the
Ilciu out, as ha would aUo ninvc to
tdrlko out Hie Item lot Walluku,
Nolilo Mnrditii Mii(irleiJ tlm
motion, Hllo hud no niu of u lliu
depitriiH'iili w Minim of iHiii-r
iiiii putt cn'iylHi'b' ilmir.
Ili'li, N'ttriiihl lliniilil llii' Nulile
fMilii lliiiiiukiiii Mulml III.imi I'hllil In
iimuili!i I'll ilmn biii'ihiy miiiii
lK,l' tollii r-
SiiDJfl fliUfliJuy utuiJiJwJ lu wu
Tho lion, member wns more like a
child, objecting to everything that
did not suit him.
Rep. Nawalii was much disap
pointed in the lion. Noble, as he had
cnlei tained the idea tint his intel
lect was iu propoition to his phy
sical bulk. (Laughter.) The Noble
from Maui (Cornwall) was another
man of suuill calibre. As to Ililo's
streams being enough protection,
there was a lire tlioie lately that de
stroyed $50,000 worth. Chicago
was" in a lainy icgion and had a
hike iu ftont, but look at the great
lire that swept over I hat city. They
did need a department in Hllo,
they only wanted ."i000, they would
got an old engine such as Honolulu
wouldn't use, and the people would
turn out to work the machine.
Noble. I. M. Horner favoied the
item, but did not think Wailuku
had the same need as Hilo.
The Item passed.
Wailuku Fire Department, $5000.
Noble Cornwell moved the item
bo struck out. He had caused its
itiscition and had a right to move
for its striking out. Carried.
Rep. Lucas moved to insert S"000
for an electric lire ahum system for
Honolulu, lie knew Noble Hom
er's bill would pass, and this system
would be theie, and the city would
have to buy it back. It would be a
great public benellt. Lost.
Repansand running expenses In
sane Asylum, 10,000.
Rep. Kanoalii moved !50,000.
Most of the buildings had been le-
newed and the expense last peiiod
had only come to ;27,000.
Noble Marsden was inclined to
favor the motion, and asked the
Ministei of Interior if any new
building was necessary.
Minister Spencer said buildings
were not included in this item. He
decidedly ooiisidcied a new build
ing necessaiy. It w.is reqiiued to
segregate a section. These items
were necessaiy and it was no place
to cut down.
Noble Macfarlano interjected the
remark that there would be less
need of a new building if Hamakua
was going to secede. ( Laughter. )
The item passed.
Noble von Tempsky moved iccoii
sideration of the Hilo Fne Depart
ment item. Lost.
Repairs and running expenses,
Honolulu Klecliic Light, $'27,600.
Rep. Kanealii moved 20,000.
Passed as in the lull.
Repairs and running expenses of
Rep. Kanealii moved to strike it
Passed as in bill.
Minister Peterson moved to iiibcrt,
'Support of Prisoners, 23,2 1C."
The main item was tiansfeired to
the Attorney-Geneal's Department,
but this was for expenditure up to
(lie transfer's taking effect. Carried.
He also moved to insert. "Jailor
of Cdiii Prison, 900." on the same
Noble McCarthy moved that the
repoit of the committee on Rowler
claims be taken from the table and
considered. Canied, and the report
Noble McCarthy 'moved Ut the
report be adopted and an item of
83-1,8:59.81 be insetted to pay the
claims. When arranging for elec
tric light for a Rifles' ball he was
informed by the then Minister of
Foreign Affairs that the Palace
electric light plant had been paid
for by the Government. Contrary
to what the late Minister of Interior
claimed, the committee had ascer
tained tliat there was an appropria
tion to pay the bill, that for lighting
Honolulu streets, and tho cement
for tlic work and the shed to cover
the cement were paid for out of that
appropriation. As to the Palace
wall item Mr. Bowler got the job
from the Government after putting
in the lowest tender, not according
to the tender but by the lineal foot
as aftcrwaid arranged. At the last
Legislature Mr. Rowler asked tho
Minister of tiio Interior to insert an
item for the work, but the Minister
refused on the ground that tho woik
was illegal. Doubtless it. was illegal
but no master mechanic or merchant
is supposed to judge the legality of
any order received from a Minister.
There weic numbers of illegal items
from the late Government in the
present Appropriation Rill. The
speaker reviewed the origin ot the
claim on account of the bark lvala
kaua as investigated by the com
mittee. A charter party had been
signed by the Picsidnntof the Uoard
of Immigration, Mr. Rowler, and
the Captain of tho Kalakaua, for
thu leturn ot the South Sea laboi
ers, which the new Government on
taking olllce repudiated. Jt had
been said that the airnngements in
question wore made in the closing
days of the Gibson Government.
The committee had ascertained,
however, that the Inspcetor-Geiieial
of Immigrants, the present Minister
ot the Interior, had under insti ac
tions collected M0 of those labor
ers, lo which ho addeil 80 fiom
Kauai, aud I lino were moio still
coming from other islands, although
tho late Minister of tho Jiilcnor In n
loccnt littler to tho Advertiser state I
that thoio vhiki only SO or fio South
Sim islanders on liuiul for iniiirn,
Tim spmikur road llio iiiuinnriuidiiiii
of iigrcuniuiit liuhmui thu lloitiil of
llllllllgllttloil, bnri'iui of thin (iov
urnimuit, mnl Mr. Ilowlur, for tho
roiiirn of lliobii Inlioiniti mnl lliu n
I'lllllllltl Of OtlHUb, l uu I'OllllHIll'
iil lliurn nu iidhi)oiiIiiiiii lu ptiy
tut iliu ii'ivluij, hoi Iju fuijui Id ijd
Aiiuuiinuliuji ) ut tliut miUu) mi
lu-ui u) kwm foi' h iUuxuiiMi)'
and the Into Mr. Wilder learned that
there was an inland in the South
containing -100 people, who were
anxious to get off as the island had
been swept by a hurricane. Thore
was on file in tho Interior Ollloc n
memoiandum belweui II. llaekfcld
& Co and tho Pocillc Navigation
Co., under which the latter was to
receive $105 a head for biinging up
laborers. The committee madothis
a cilterion whereby to judge of Mr.
Bowler's claim, but left out the
question of damages altogether.
Having stated as clearly as possible
tho ground of those claims, he
trusted the House would look at the
matter in a just light and appro
priate this money.
Noble Phillips did not know if it
was necessary for hint to say much
after the full statement of the chair
man of the committee. It was n
facl that the late Government paid
for material used in the work for
which it refused to pay Mr. Bowler.
The late Minister ot Interior was an
honest soi I of liian but he prevari
cated sometimes and did with re
gaid to this matter. lie could go
out and in an hour find half a dozen
contracts made by tho late Govern
ment in anticipation of this Legisla
tuie pioviding the nnnev. Thoio
was uo doubt that there wcie be
tween 400 and ,100 ouih Sea lsl
andeis to be returned. The plain
fact was that before these transac
tions Mr Rowler had $30,000 or
$10,000, and after them he was left
in a state ol iitual poverty, having
to live by his daily labor, lie be
lieved that if this was Ins own case
he would now be .i III subject for the
his'ine Asylum. In view of his
knowledge- ol the facts lie would
move that an item of S 19,2 18. -1 1 be
inserted in the bill tot the payment
in full ot Mr. Bowler's claim.
Noble W idem tun held that al
tliouirh nt fust the elcetiic light
plant belonged to His Majesty, it
was einriloycU to light the Palace
aud the Palace was a public build
ing. Would the late Ministei of the
Inteiior ha-ve permuted Mr. Rowler
to remove lun woik, for which lie
i of used him payment, from the Pal
ace giounds? He hud heard of a
Philadelphia lawyer iu this House,
but the resistance ot the late Min
ister to this just claim was that of a
shyster lawyer. There was an ille
gal contract made by the late Minis
ter before this House--the contract
made with AV. G. Irwin iv. Co., Cas
tle & Cooke, Wilder Steamship Co.,
etc. And this illegal contiact was
made after the election, when Mr.
Thurston knew that he could not
hold his own with the Legislature.
Noble Macfatlane wished to say a
few words on the grounds upon
which the late Minister ol the Inte
rior refused to pay Mr. Bowler's
claims for woik on the Palace prop
erty. There was w ork done on the new
Custom House in which the same
thing appeared as Air. Thurston
condemned in the late Minister
Aliolo. F. Harrison tendeicd for
certain work, amounting in ail to
six or seven pieces of work, and
those tenders weic accepted on pre
cisely tiio same conditions as Mr.
Rowler agreed to with the late Mr.
Aholo. He read a memorandum of
the contract prices for the Custom
Houseworks: April 2 I, 1800, $185:
May 1C, 125; May 22, 5253; June
0, S175; June 12, 335; total,
SI 973. In each acceptance it ap
appeara that the proposition is ac
cepted on the express understand
ing that no money is to be paid
"until tho Legislature shall make an
appropriation for the purpose. The
Minister of the Interior will recom
mend the passage of such an appro
priation, but does not iu any way
guarantee payment in case no appro
piiation is made." Fiom the Inte
rior Depailniciilit appealed that the
appropiiation for tho new Custom
House had been exhausted at the
time of these contracts, and there
was no appropriation to wairant
their being made. The actions of
Minister Thiitstou wore directly con
traiy to what he claimed as a piin
ciple. Rep. White contended that as Hie
House had voted for other imau
tliori7ed expenditures, on tho ground
that the work had been for the bene
llt of the Government, it ought to
be consistuil and vole for these
claims, founded as they were un
doubtedly on sei vices rendered the
Government in good faith.
Rep. Rickard believed that the
petitionei had an equitable claim,
but then was not timo tiiis after
noon for the full discussion demand
ed by tho impoitancQ ot the subject.
He therefoic moved tho House ad
The House adjourned at 1 o'clock.
rpiIAT Tract oi Paicoi of
1 Laud situated hi J'nlolo
Valley, coataliilng an area of
U) iteiis moio oi luss and
helouulm; to ihu etaio of
Clias. Long, h teaned. A leiui) nuiy bo
given for ii lenii of eaisanil lininvulntii
jiOktOSinlrm, if dualual. This limil vva
lor a tin in of ton yciii iniilm louse
to thu lain Philip Mllion. l'oi fiuthei
liifiu million plon.D apply to
fiiiiildliui IMiiloUliiu. Long, ilcc'il.
Ohlriuli Nnlltio I
XlsriUliliuiwuuiiiulwl uul IokiiIi'I
i llni njuJilwV hnip. ilm kmh ii.i'
til UUM lllf U1MI, UU1 Ul ItUH
pr. pumju mm
OilillUWJ Oil hj
ilWiiyiniP U UiImTi
Spcinl Bargains in All DeparM at 11
B. V. EULEIIS & CO.'S.
Willi R-nsK (looil
10 cents yiiid.
Victoiia Law n, lOv
All ooloii" Moiree Silk, !jI t!fi and
lt.f.0, formeily !l2.r.Ovittd.
All wool I'lnids, i educed foi 50 and
75 cent vaid.
lf, Hi timpili l bnininnlonotf, dres UmiIIim, only ;
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE I
&XST Ibessmaking under the. iiianngcmont of Miss CLARK.
NO. ff7 FORT
The "Dai! Bulletin
32 Columns if Interesting News.
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bpimtlfyingtueualr, removing ecurt, dauilruiT,
ami all alUcllouB of lliu fcc-alp, anil curing oiup-
tlona of tiio nkln.illM'ascs of the glamH niUPcK B
anil Intci'iimcnt, ami relieving stings, cut,
brulFC, (inralnn, etc. Tlie affinity In t neon the
membranes which constitute tho akin anil the
hair which ilraua Ha tuibtcuauic from this triple
envelope Is very close. All diseases of the hair
originate In the sun of the bead. If thepnres
of the scalp arc closed, orlflhehlootlandothir
fluids do not circulate freely through the small
vcbboIb which feed the rooU with moisturo and
Impart life to (he fibres, the result Is fienrf,
dandruff, ehadillngof the hair, gray ness, dryness
aud harshness of the ligaments, aud entire bald'
nest, aB the cane may be. Stimulate tho skin to
healthful action with Ifarrv'nTrlcon!ior
otii, nml tho torpid vessels, recovering their
activity, will annihilate the disease. In all
nrucctlona of tho stln and of the mibstr.nta of!
muscles aud lutegumcnui the proceed and the
effect arc the same. It la upon the el.ln, the
muscular fibre, and tho ghnda that Harry's
TrlcoiilieroiM linn its spcclllc action, and
in all affections and injuries of these organs it
is a eo crclgn remedy.
Beware of Counterfeit,.
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lltlouH. but refreshing and Invigorating. If
n coiuuiuiu It Wluiout rcscrv c.
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LiMie &z Cement,
PAHAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
, RONE MEAL,
nUOK & OniiAND,I"8
High- Grado Cl'cmical Cane Manure.
Kuiibunk Cuiiiiinn Co.'b Corned
Bool, 1 ami 2 lb. tinn.
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CUI'TAIN II. Llk'htlmi,iil lliclmil,
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Kinbioideries, dres lenotlis, only
$5 and 7 piece.
Black Laces A Flouncing, at your
own in ices.
All styles of Citilum A Drapeiy,
Gouts' Unilei weui. White Shirts,
Sock, Etc., Etc
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Tlie now and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Oct. 18, 1890.
And will leave for tho above port with
mails and passengers on or about that
For freight or pissaKe, having BU.
PERIOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
to ' 1J '
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For Sydney and Aucklana.
Tho nov and fine Al stool steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
ho due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Oct. 25, 1 890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, havinjr 8U
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
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