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DAJJ..Y HUJJ-MlTJWi UUJHUL.UJ.U, . I., OCTOBER SM, luyi.
ri' II 03
I'M DAY, OCT. .'!, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
'I'o Tnlic I'.AVcl Oi'liilicr '. IMtM.
A.M. A.M. l'.M. V.M.
Leave Honolulu.. 11 : 1 5 8 : Id 1 : in I sllOf
Arrive llonoullull. 7 :-'() .:4ti 2:l r.:rt
Luave Honoullnli. 7:110 10:51 :t :."! r.iir.t
Arrive Honolulu.. 8::n 11 -fir. t :if. liuVit
Snt in ditys only,
St tnr Cl.iiiillne from Hawaii :mil Maul
Sttnr .Inn Miiki-o fiimi ICupnii
Sliii-Mil;olii fiolii Mdloknl
At Mahuknna. Oclohor Hitli. -.x. Kar
iilliiu. Honlllehl. (nun Man l)lc( via
s.in riunviM'ii nuti liiii), cinixtii, i's "i.
II. I)avh" ,V in. ami Hawaiian Mer
Oei. 18. .Sell Mnl Wnhliic ft inn Ha
makun. Oft. 18. Sltur Olatiilim (nun Hiino
Inlii anil w :iv poll.
Oct. al. hlnir l.eliiui fioin Hauukiu.
Oct. 2.1. Stnu- Cluuilllio (kiiii lllloatid
.S S Australia, Houdlcttc, for Pan
St in r lualani for Lahaliia ami llamakiia
at in a in
B.irk htuly Lampoon. V O SndeiKiuu,
tor San Kranei-co
llaik Atlanta, A Andci'-ou, for Port
Stnir V 0 Hall for Hawaii and Maui at
10 a m
Hltiir O II lttsliop for Waiattae, Waialua
ami Kool:ui at ! a m
Sailed from oVnlmkon.i, Oct. 17, .. (.
Katallou, ltniiilU'ld, fin Honolulu Willi
iiignr for San Kr.uu'i-co hipped liv T.
li. i).ivlpA.Co.t;,aa.siiii;s; r7.i,(j(i.i lbs.
Oot. 18. Slmr Olauiline for llilo and
Oot. 21. Selir Moi Waliinc foi Hono
lulu. Oot. U.t: Stnir Lolma for Honolulu.
Oct. at. Stnir Ulaiuliiie for Honolulu.
For ITaui'ikiui, pot Stnir Iwalaui. Oot.
21. Mr. Tiok1o.ui. Hi Winter, Air and
.Mis Aoliuokuml in (look.
For Muni ami Hawaii, per Stnir W G
Hall,0(t al. S K.uion. Clias Lewis.
Mr Fuller, J W ICuaiuiokii, Akana, Mis
l'liiig, A lioiba and wife, Mr and Mi
Ahiu, Mis Aana, Mis Aiioua and tin
For Pan Fr.inoioo, per s r. Austtalla,
Oot. 2-1. A Sloneslfer and daughter,
.Miss MeCounoll, Mis K O Flags, HA
Jones, wife, child and nurse. Miss Hor
ner, Geo Gay, wife and sou, Dr. Tucker,
O J Lane, 11 A Paimelee, Jos lit ewer,
T W bloouiu, S Peek, Paul Hamill. Miss
1' William, E Kopkeaud wife, Mislvhk
land, Geo K Howe, F L. Hoogs, .J H
Jtuddoek, Oapt liray, A Alexander, A
Breed. C M Campbell and 20 In the
Ft out Maul and Hawaii per steamed
Olaudiue, Oct 21 M Homer, B W
Jtoaeh, 0 Furneaux, J Cramer, 11 S
Agee, J Ilening, W Howe, Mrs fll
Potty, Mrs Kanlu Waipa, J S Snihhlc-,
O A Ohapin, Mis .1 Kenton, iMis H
Hind, JUss Emily Beers, .1 do Mello, L
II Hole, P Mul.ciumn, W Goodale, Miss
ilattie 111 own, C Ji Mackonie. T O For
syth, and 80 deck.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stnu CUiitdine 10 bales wool, 12!) has5
potato, (iO bags coin, 14 crate tui
koys, :S5 hogs, 01 hides, 1 .'." pkgs
The s. s. Maiiposn is due to-nionow
fiom San Francisco en loittu to the Col
onies. The bark Atlanta, Capt. A. AndotFon,
sailed for Port Tow nsend to-day, inh.il
lust. The bark Lady Lainpson, Capt. F. O.
Soderjiieii, hailed this afternoon forS.iu
Fiauclb('o,with the. follow ing shipments:
F. A. Sehacfer & Co , l(i"2 hags sugar;
U. lii ew er - Co., 22 JO bass sugar ; Tlieo.
II. Davie? A: Co.. 12.V2 bags sugar; Cas
tle tfc Cooke, 10lil bags sugar; bttudrles,
1 box calabashes, etc.; 1 nag Kotia cof
fee; 2bt)ls glassware and 37 packages of
household cflects. .Domestic value, $!!),
712.10. Tlie steamship Australia took for San
Kianelsuo to. day a full outgo of domes
lie produce, shipped as follows: Hymau
Jlros, 7.'IC hags rice; Sing Chong ii; Co,
7tin bags t lee; Wing On Wo it Co. 300
bat's lice; Yuen Lin & Co, 170 hairs
lice; M Phillips & Co, 200 bass lice;
M S Grinbauin & Co, M20 bugs lice;
Geo LycmgoH, 2-10 btiohs bananas; N F
Uurges, .tun bnchs bananas; C T Gu
llck, 113 bnchs bau.ums; Campbell,
Muiihall it Co. r?,47 bnchs bananas; L
li Kerr, !II7 bales wool; W G Itwlit it
Co, -IH00 b.ig sugar. Sundries: III
vmpty battels, 100 bills sugar cane, 0
boxes hotel leaves, 2 boxes indso, a bxs
plants, CI'J bills si ecu hides, !) hills
sheep skins, -1 hills goat skins ami !l
v.tses telephone limit iiiiicuts. Doino-itlo
;AUDi:Xi:n. lit Honolulu, October
2.t, 1WII, to the wlfu of Putcy (iat
ilenei, a (laughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: AtiMiuliii citiricd away a mini
nf III 17 letters ami 2)H) p.tpoirf,
(li:o, Iani'I.ii iiii'inhur of Hawaii
I'lnginu Oo.t wns liinleil tliistdlei'
noon uith llioiiii'ii's Iioiiois.
Tin; Hawaiian .Minimi Oliildion'K
Huiiiitiy wlllinci'l tii'iiioiinw nlnlil id
lliu iiit'iii'u of Alt. V, A. Ilinwii.
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Fuiday, Del. '21
The House nicl. at 10 o'clock
had a quorum '20 minutes later.
iturouTs or commiti r.r.s.
Hep. Ctimmings presented the re
port of the public lamls eotnntitlei'
on the petition of ,1. N. Kaliiikn
walm, for 2.) 12 lost by him on the
contract, for building the Punchbowl
toad. They had interviewed the
late Mitiislur of the IiiUm lot and Sup
erintendent of Public Woiks, who
leptesentetl that the. loss was due to
the contractor's own fault. They
had gone over the road, and the
petitioner informed them that the
loss waa largely due to the Minis
ter's dictation, as well us to faulty
tirades given. They i ('present that
petitioner is entitled to considera
tion as being a native Hawaiian,
who was not competent to make close
estimates, and in view of all the
facts, ami believing that Hie claims
paid tlio road could still lie cheap to
the Ciovcininent, they locommond
that an item bo insetted for Hie full
Laid on the tabic, on motion of
minister JVteison, to hi considered
with thc-Appropriatioti Hill,
ottitui: or tut'. a.
Third reading of the Appropria
tion Hill, the l.ikelikc claims pend
ing. Minister Hi own thought, the matter
had been fully discussed, and the
House might as well conic to a vote
Hep. Kahookano was only a short
time on the judiciary committee,
having been appointed in place of
Mr. Kalua. It was new to him that
part of the claims were for articles
not mourning goods, and if this was
It uc the claims ought to be reduced.
It would not be fair to throw out the
whole claims on that ground.
would propose that one third of M.
Phillips iV C'o.'s claims be thrown
off, on account of baby clothes,
white shirts, etc. He would also
reduce the claims of C. J. Fishcl,
M. Mclncrny, llyman Uros., Goo
Kim, and Griubaum iV. Co., in the
same propoition. They should also
consider whether the Klele Publish
ing Co. had not charged too high for
printing. The Pacific Hardware
Co. having supplied no clothing pro
bably put in a correct bill. A. M.
Mellis' bill should be reduced one
third. Tint of the Hotel Stables
was ptobably fair. He would move
that the item be Sl"),7d3.25, and it
would only be necessary to add a
little over S 1000 to the appropria
tion of last session. In any case he
did not think the claimants should
be paid any interest.
Rep. Hrovn had spoken against
paying any of these claims. This
morning he felt like what the natives
call "liololua." He would move
that 812,019.90 be appropriated, or
one-half of what the committee re
commended. This was something
he did not like to do, but it would
wipe the whole thing out so far as
the Government was concerned.
Noble Mullor did not agree with
motion. It scented to him that if
they paid one-half they would be
acknowledging the whole debt. Was
the Government to go into bank
ruptcy and compound with its credi
tors? Noble "Widemann said that, when
the JNoblc irom Ivoltala asked htm a
question the other day, he did not
recollect that the Princess died at
her home at Waikiki. but her body
was shortly after removed to the
Palace, after which Mr. Cleghorn
did not have one wotd to ny about
the arrangements. The report of
the committee of last session, rend
by him after speaking the other day,
was a surprise to him in its showing
of goods improperly furnished. Jf
those dealers had done such they
should be punished. lie did not
regard the claims as legal, but was
glad to see the linn, member from
Honolulu coming neater to him,
being willing to pay part of the
claims this morning. He road a
letter by the late Minister of the
Interior, refusing to pay claims of
M. Phillips & Co., C. J. Fishcl and
Goo Kim unless the)' gave a tcceipt
in full. lie could not understand
now J. 1. Waterhouse could have
signed a receipt in full and then
have his claim appear again this
Rep. Brown explained that Water
house was paid according to the or
der of the last session, as would be
seen in the committee's report.
Rep. Kanealii favored the adop
tion of the minority report. They
were making a bad precedent in re
opening questions settled by pre
vious Legislatures. If last Legisla
ture had appropriated $') for Bow
ler, he would not have voted one
cent for him this session.
Rep. R, V, Wilcox supported tho
mitjoiity icpoit. It would gUuthu
Government a hud nainu abroad to
refuge payment of thuso debts, Thu
sugar planters, who iiitido fortunes
fiom the King's uxurtloiiH In getting
thu ruclpi unity trouty, would not
loot; well objecting to pay tint (uiiii
i al uxpi'iisutj of a iHuiiilior nf (lui
ll)i Wlillu mhh In fnvnr of lli
iniijnilty mpoil. If lliu I'lulni wnii
mil pulil till b nni)ii Winy "Wild ho
liiiiiiljliV In lliu mM, mill If nut pulil
lliuii ilii'y uiiiilil uuiuu Imuli I In fol'
ImUim uitttluiii unil IiiIdiuiI uuulil
III! UUUWl. lit' lllll lip) 1111111(1)1 bill)
lliu uWUluJi ul lliu IvWil. UiniuiuH
urn mil' u ip Wiiliui. Ilui if ibi;
wmm mm ua m Yumuu iual
were brought into Court they would
likewise be lltiown out. The House
surely would not impute fraud to
the house of Phillips & Co., one of
the firms on whose behalf they pass
ed the commercial traelqr'i bill.
They would not call C. .1. Fishcl a
thief although he was a .low, and M.
Moincrny's being an Irishman did
not make him dishonest.
Noble von Teinpsky called time on
Rep. White noticed that members
bucking against the claims could
take -15 minutes, but when a mem
ber on the other side t cached the
limit time was called. He introduced
the rest of the claimants by nanie to
the saute effect as those previously
Noble J. M. Horner seconded
Rep. P.towii's motion. Differently
from his usual custom he said noth
ing the other day, although he knew
it. was another taid on the treasury.
He saw that the same inembets weie
supporting these as supported the
Bowler claims, and knew that
those who could swallow that
ship whole, with all lite spars,
sails, mid rigging, could eas
ily get away with all the white
shirts, pants, and chemises in these
claims. (Laughter.) lie could swal
low those stones over there, but
when it came to that, rotten hulk Ka
lakatta his stomach turned. To the
honor of Noble M'lcfatlnuc he gagged
at the ship, voting against it although
lie signed the tcport.
Noble McCatthy said Noble Mac
farlane was nut on that commiltce
Noble Homer was glad In hear it,
as it was all the mote honor to his
young friend. It should not have
been hard to distinguish between
legitimate mourning goods and those
that were not. He would wipe out
the contention and restore peace to
the community, by paying one-half
of the claims. To do so he would
even be willing to subscribe liberally
himself to the liquidation of the
claims on that basis.
Kep. t'aeiiaoie spoke for some
time on the contents of the report
and moved for recess.
Recess fiom 12 to 1:30.
Engine Co, No. 1, Attention !
TUT KM BERS of Engine Co. Xo. 1 aie
1VJL letptested to attend (hill THIS
(Thursday) EVKN1XG, at V ::10 o'clock,
l'er older of the Foicinan.
J. A. SPEAR,
f.91 It Secretary.
TTAWAirAN Council Xo. (189,
XJL ueau Legion ot Honor,
TIMS (Ftitlay) KVKN'ING, at 7::si
o'clock, at llaimony Hall, King street.
1.92 ll hectetarv.
THE annual niei'tiug of the stock
holders of the l'er.cckeo Sugar Uo.
will be held on SATUKDAY, the '25th
of October, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the
otllce of II. HiieUehl & Co.
tiOl 21 Secretary.
Honolulu Athletic Association.
IX conformity with Art. C, of the Con
stitution, a mceiing of the above
Association will he held at the artnorv
of the Honolulu Wiles on TIIUKbDAY
EVENING, November 5th.
c. J. McCarthy,
CM 2v Secretary.
Building & Loan Association.
THE Board of Directors of the Asso
ciation have decided to issue the
Second Series Stock, on the that Mouday
in. January, 181)1. Sitbseilptiou Lists ate
now open, and those (Icsitlng Stock
bhoitld make immediate application for
same. Lists can be found wltliG. E.
Kourdmaii, at Custom House; A. W.
lticliardpou, ar II. S. Consulate, or ullli
TIIKO. F. LANSING,
CM :ll SictcLity.
AT the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Pacific Sugar TMill
held at Honolulu this day. the following
officers were duly elected for the ensu
F. A. Schaefer Picsidcnt,
C. It. Bishop Vice-I'iesideitt.
.1. Noting Ticasiirer.
11, Konjcs Scctctiiry,
,F. II. l'aty Auditor.
Honolulu, Oet.2.J, 18'JO OiU 3t
AT the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the lloiiokau Sugar Co.
hold at Honolulu, Oct. 22. 181)0. the
following olllci'is went duly elected for
the ensuing year:
F. A. Schaefer President,
il. Holing Vice-President,
J. Holing Tn'iibiuer,
II. Keujes Sectetary,
M, Mcliiciiiy Auditor.
Honolulu, Oct. 2J, IbliO. tiltO ill
ELECTION oi' OFFICERS.
ATthoiUiiiiiitliiiei'tliig of tlmiitock
holdmHiif lliu Wnliiiiiie Co held
tictnlicr itiiii, the following gciiili'iiieii
wi-iii duly cIucIimI to 'm'Vi n iillli'mn fur
I ho cioiilng yitiir, vlt
II. A VIiIciiihiiii1,,,,,(.i1'ii'Mi'iiI,
(. N. WIim,,,,MVIi'i"rii'lili-iil,
Ai ilui'Uiti'i , 1 1 , , i i iTiimniii ur,
OiOi lllilgi'l' ,,lltllni' A biiiii'litlj.
o a. lil.jlfir.il.
ll'K, lll)BbawJl lliii I'uiiiiiiNliiiii
HlWllllllUlll. )i!l bll IliDl, lU I Jtl
il ll I. Iliiliillllln' All lillu nuliifr liv
lllll HUH Ik
iii'i ui id1' m
in Li'iwui m
Two Four O.ueil Gigs
CBT Apply at the
MYRTLE BOAT HOUSE,
Hawaiian Opera House,
SATURDAY EVENING, Oct. 251.
Hy Special Ilequesr, the Members of the
U. S. Flagship Charleston
Minstrel nil Variety Co.
-wtt.t. him: a-
Grand Performance !
On Satunliy Xlght, iiitiodiielug
Minstrelsy, Variety, Sketches,
Dancing & Singing,
For Pui I leu turn Nee I'oNltTH.
CgrBo I'l.ui open on Friday morn
ing at ! o'clock tit the ollloe of Lewis
.1. Lovov. C!KHt
Saturday, Oct. 25th.
Mr. W. S. MALTBY,
The Undisputed Champion Scientific &
Attistic Cyclist of the Wotld.
New fcatiues and tticks in fancy tid
ing will be introduced that have ucvir
before been witnessed hen.
t& The Full Hand from tho U. S.
Flagship Cliatlcstoii will he in attend
ance. Excursion Train leaves Honolulu at
2:30 P. M.
Tickets for the round tup including ad
mission to the gi omuls:
WSTSeats will be pro tiled for all
This is your last
Tliese Flltcis ato easily cleansed,
and NKVKK become CitACKKI) or
CUA.ED by cliangi' of tcinpciatureof
Tho Flltet Medium Is a XATI'RAL
HTONK, mined from the caith. ll 1
unlike any other stone.
It. Doom Not Absorb ami
Itucomu Foul !
IMWJWTIKS nevur I'KNKTHATK
It, hill llu on thu hiii face, mnl inlcniully
the htoni rriiiiiluii il" piiiu and white
lifter youth of usn as when taken fi inn
1 1" i
chance! Don t fail
Rate City Stone Filter.
Tim fliilii CJIty hlium rilli-r Uttm
It'iU KM-rum, U l lilt) inil) i ciil llliur
Intvn mm M'dii. I wimlil ttoi hn wllhoiu
nun lui' uiiy niiilih'iiiilmi. l i'miiwiix
tun IiiM' vwttn lillu lliu lnl iIiIiiMhk
WHU'rlMlUi'ttiiililj , ti ,
IIi.mii M. I.UUh.i , i,
M I'uj' twin h)
HAWAIIAN IIADDWARg DDu
FIVE :- GOLD
ur nivr.x oi'T -a
MniiiltiV alteiuooii, Octohei IMIIh. the
following were drawn-
Cm it 1 Member So. :.
Ci.ijii a Member No. in.
Ci.hi 3 Member No. sa.
Ci.uti I Member No. W.
Ct.i'it (".Member No. n.l.
CI No. 6 Haw Forming!
.lout and "-ecine a plaoe In this
WSf We guarantee tint over) mem
ber of our oltibs will pusltlveiv get a
Solid U Km tit (.old Watch w'ith line
full .toweled Waltliam Movement tor
$1.00 Per Week.
O. R.&L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation !
Leavlsgthe Honolulu Depot at 1:40 P. M,
Trains will be made up of Conches
and Canopy-top Cits all one pi ice.
CSrEeinion Hates for these Trains
50 Cents to Pearl Cily and Return.
75 Cenls to Ewa Plantation and Re
turn. An opportunity for
and a breath of pun
cents per utile.
a delightful rule
air, for only two
Tho hereditary blood poison of
scrofula devcloos in tho delicate tissues
tot tnc Drain, mental wcaeuessea anu
i infirmities, idlocvand insanity. Iteu-
Blargcs the glands of the thioat, impairs
the sense of smell and tasto, or breaks
into consuming ulccison tho neck. It
destroys the lungs, or fills them with
tuberculous secretions. It eats away
tho coating of the stomach, enlarges
the liver, clous tho kidneys, creates
constipation and induces piles. No
human acencv can so speedily, per
manently and cconomicajly cleanse the
Dioou oi scroiutous poion, clear iuc
complexion and skin, scalp and blood,
as ltcutcr'H Syrup So. !i, tho
great blood purifier.
Renter's Healing Soap
Use it always if you wish for a fair,
clear skin, a soft, supple skin. Gives
a natural tint, imparts freshness, re
moves blotches, mevunls eruptions.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
fiaO Distributing Agents. ltn
DRAYM EN .
All oiden. forcattagepioinptlyatteiuled
to. Pat ticular attention
paid to the
Storing" & Shipping
Of good lit transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black & White Sand
In (iitatttltles to suit at lowest pi Ices.
t8f Ofkick: Xe.t door to .las. F.
Motgan's auction loom.
Mutual 19 -XBaTELEPHONESear- Bell 414
lriiiir Nim Annul llluiimuid
WQlK"' "i" i""1 u" U)iU mUmii,
NOW IS TIJLE TIME
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Arc now selling their Hoiute, and upon easy terms. The additional
titre of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by
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, Us payments prompt and cot tain, and its
From the New York Sxin, April -Uht 18'JO.)
Tim Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Iillc 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 Kiktv
Million Doi.laus. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the teur, and is unprecedented in the annals of life asmiranue.
Itay-Iuforinalimi chcci fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his oillce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICMT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
CORN Kit IIOTISTj
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Coi'nor Hotel & Fort Straots.
Yon can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Chas. J. Fishel,
Ex "ADONIS" A "BI.ENGFKLl."
From Europe mill Late Arrivals from lliii United Slates.
G. H. Munun it Co.
HoniicBsy 3 Star
I)e Lango Fils -1 Stnr
(ioiiH.ilc. &. Co. 5 Crown
John Kxrihaw Extra No.
Inlay Blend Scotch
Bdttrhou, 1881, in hulk
Canadian Hyo, 1882, in hulk
I.ciup'K St. Louiri
KicdcrickHliitig Han .loso
HASH'S i:.N'(U.IKM AI.E, (il'INNESR'H Dl'Dl.lN STOUT,
EUROPEAN PORTS and SHERRIES,
Of llnht Quality;
Onlll'oi'iiiiv WincjH snul J3iiiiiiicN,
In Cubkh ami Ciihi'i-, lilt'., V.W Klo,, Eli',, Die,
m n . n
W, 0, IMSAOOOIt & 00,
ww muui'i wik i t0tt' w Tu immw&ujji
& FORT STKEETH.
illinery : House
Cor. Fort & Hotel Sta.
('inn Dyuiuiii, SiittUijUaHJI
llio Hyuittin, luluiii hmM m
(iixliiiw Hli!iii. J'rlwiluiiiUi hmv
HAMt II V