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DATI.Y BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., OCTOBER 25, 1890.
We Desire to Call
jCV RcmnTrocn A
W A0cUtilJ18gjA -gj
For Lubiicatiug the Valves nnd
VALVOLIN1C is an ciuth ml specially piep.ued nndei tin hthcM Mcittu
neat smil ft um which nil olulile ami cnilhy mallei ha been t vju-IU'iI by n
moi'i'r.s which leaesa pure and heavy ml, w liicti picvenls the cntine; ,iwn
of bolth and keeps the cylinder and pislnii pai-Uiny pcifeclH clean. This
was tlic lii.it Mincial Oil intioduccd fr Aii-aiiTi clindcis ami li.ii been in cmi-
Mt.lllt USC OVL'I ciejltel'll yi'llis.
H0 Wo also iii.iuui'ai tin f Supeiioi Mnrltini' and Spindle Oils fur all
cl.ixsen of luachiiiciy.
LHimi(l Sc DCllif,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. 601 3m
" Otmoiiil itlo'lc," (N.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBIHG, TIN, COFFEE AND
im Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE ACJENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oilf,
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
E. It. HlCNimr, President & Manager.
liOUKUKV Huown, Secreuuy AjTrcirurcr.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opiu. SpriM!ltclM' Itiinli. : Fort NtreH. Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; anil' Wed jjc wood
Piano, Library it Stand Lamps, CliamkTm Si. ICleetolierH,
J.imp Ki.itincs of all kindf., A rumpled) iihnor'.ni'l of Drills.!' Filiw,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVER! DESCRIPTION '
Tim 'lUuelle" Il-wlieeled Riding Plow A ICtjuiili.ei,
JIllliihcaKl Uimi Plow, PlanteiB' Steel V CioiMni'iikil ILick,
JARI), CVLINDK.R, KI-JHOSUiNK, LINSKKD,
IVmlii, Vnniinhert A UriinhcN, .M anil. it Sinai Hope,
HANDLES OK , Mi KINDS,
IJONO, IfOHf-S WOH,
- KUIIiiKKi WIKIMIOUNI) nf mipen.ir imlilj', A tn.M,
iiMli Iiun W.irHi Hllvur 1'liiHnl Wuni.Tiililu A I'unkni OijUujy,
PiWili'l'i HIltH Uilju, Tli IJi'luliiuliil-ninl." .M.'liiiiiMiJliuJiJujllilKMi
li4Ui' I'lUi'Jll "Duiilvi" Ulu Mlwk fur J'ijm A IUM 'J IiuhmJIuk,
Your Attention To
Cylinders of Steam EngincB.
r, m o Uintr !Sim4ii.
Machinists' fc Plumbers' Toi.ls,
VttnrinluB, Lump (lood and
.Ioiin Kna, Viee-PriMldontJ
CKOir. Ituow.v, Auditor.
wjilii Uuv) Um$,
1 1 1 lit DAY,
House lesnined nt 1 :li!.
l'ucliiiiile continued liN
lien. laclisnle continued tin re
maiks on the Likeliko claim's. Rc
feiiiniltd Nnhli' lldi tier's rruiarU",
lit' said lie noticed tlnit the lion. Nil
tiU could swallow I In1 San Diego
stcattu r. Tlu-lion. Noble was also
icadylo sywdlim the Chinaman, lint
other members could not met liini
past the tail. (Laimlilcr.) Thus
their tuples diflVrnMl. No icaxon
had been jiiveii loi iviiij; the chiun
aiils only llfty pei cent.
lxu). Xawnhi thoiijjht enough had
lieen ai(l on the subject, and moved
the previous nucMimi. Caniod.
Nnlilu Viiiiil:itil moved that the
ayes uiul noes he failed on the adop
tion ol the iiminril.v repoit.
Kep. UroMi that they he called
on the adoption of the iimjoiilv im
The majniity report as rejected
on the lollowimr vole:
Ayes Nohles Herder, l'ua, and
I'nrkcr; Weps. C'limmiiigs, K. V.
Wilco, X.iahi, Haker, Kahoo
kauo, l'aehaole, White, Coekett.
IN'oes Mini-lets Drown, Spencer,
and 1'eter-on; Nnlile Macfarlaiie,
MeCuithy, l'hilliiis, Ciahlie, lvau
hatie, .1. AI. llmiu'r, Hind, JNIarsden,
V. V. Ilm-ner, W.illiiiilm1, Andui
soiir von 'IVinpsky, (J. X. Vilco ;
Reps. Itiuwn, Lucas, Ivaiihi, A.
Iloui'M', lSickaul, Waipiiilam, Apiki,
Kanealn, Ilalstead, K'nml-i'ii, liicc
and A. S. Wilcox .
Nohlc Conncll was excused as an
interested party, lieinj; a uienihcr
of the Hotel Stables Co.
Kep. Drown's motion to pass the
item at M2,()1!I.1)U carried.
liKi-oins or commii n.i.s.
Uep. Xawahi, on suspension of
the tides, picbenied the lepoit of
the select committee to investigate
an offensive letter in the Htu.r.ns
of the loth inst. Tliey find that
Ailliur Johnstone admitted he was
editor ot the tinner, and said that
the v. titer of the letter was W. II.
Stone ; thai the olfensive words wore
mailvcd out of the proof, but Unit
the corrected proof bheet was not
returned to the printei ; that the
wiilcr of the letter wi'iil he did not
mean to cast reproach on the House.
They recommend that the editor
and the correspondent be impiisnn
ed for two hours each. Signed by
.Jos. Xawahi, A. 1. l'aehaole, Cecil
Itrowu, A. 1'. Peterson, T. HI Lin as.
Kep. Waipuilani moved that the
report be adopted. Carried.
Hep. Xawahi moved that the Ser-geant-at-Arins
be instructed to carry
out the ordei of the House.
The President said the order
would be carried out. The Appro
priation Bill was licfoie the House.
oi:i)i:i: 01 inr. n.u.
The House resumed the third
reading of the Appioptiation Bill.
Lighting streets of towns other
than Honolulu, 81100.
Printing, to done in the kingdom,
(juauls, Aliiolani Hale and Ka
puaiwa Buildings, 1200.
Hep. I'ucuaole moved to insert
S210 lor balance of salary due James
Auld, one of the guaids. lie was
paid S10 short a month of the salary
appropriated last session. A Minis
ter had no authoiity to reduce a
salary below the amount oted by
Hep. Brown did not see how they
could vote this sum. In all prob
ability the guai d had agreed to
work for the amount paid him.
Minister Biown drew attention to
the fact that the Minister of the In
terior had icpoited on this claim by
order of the Iloiise. The leport was
accordingly read, showing that
lr r..iil ulmuiiifT llinl I wn
., ....... .;..,..... iiiui i,.,w
men in succession yre employed,
being paid S 10 a month, and that
there was a balance of S:.M0 to the
The motion was lost.
Noble l'ua moved In insert S!!00
for the guard at the Royal Mauso
leum, M.'ienme, as recommended by
a select committee.
Minister Hrown, as :i nipinber of
the committee, uaid that, in con
sideration of the keeper's waiving
claims for past sen ices, they would
recommend the appioprialion of
!J00 to pay for her lui titer services.
The motion carried.
Rep. While moved to insert,
Balance, due lloaid of Ui:ncalog ,
nlinistei Hi own repented his ex
planation made the other day as lo
the action of thu Ministry of 17
in dismissing the lioauf from the
public service. The claim was for
the amount unexpended of the ap
propriation lor the whole period.
The Doajd had, howevei, accepted
TTIflTfIT 1 mtTTlTl
IX .AT i
1JJ. LIUUJtl 1 UllJJ
the inljiiiujiun fioin the (iovcniiueiil
that Ihey plight carry on the work
fit llteir own expense.
Noble Mnjler iiskcd if lie vin(
In Ciibiliet C'oiiinll, i!m nppuiule(
Urn Doiuil, hiul ilisclmrgt'il ihoiii. II
not, tliey were itiilitlcil in llidi miIii
lim till llio law wati iiipualed. Tim
.MlilUtur ol Hie IntPilnr was nut
iiilllioi'linl by Unit law in illMlmiiii'
Ihu ollluui nl tlic Unnnl,
tMJIllkhil' lliunn Mild thai whs
a (ii)lluii ol Ih. In iin-wei in it
ijiiMsHau Uy llui. I'uhIiiiuIp, lie mid
I III! I nlu'llllm! AJlliUll)' louli ullluu
Hid in'uturv uu nUiiui Mii.iii).
JU'iJ. Vmm UiMfJiiHi Uiu IIuhhI
m mm p mm m ml m
mp mjjwm i km
if (he Board were, asked to return
then bonks, or tlie genealogical tree
UipV ti'ieii to plant. (Ldtighfer.)
iMinister Blown misweied that
1 1 icy olleied a inainiscript icpoit lo
be pi inled, but the Cabinet, did not
((insider it of siilllcienl value loi
Hep. Xawahi moved the pi e ions
The motion was lost.
Noble Cmiiwell Thcie's .mother
legitimate claim lost.
Noble Midler moved that the peti
tion or K. Moie i. Co., for SRW.OU.
loi woik on the P.ilacc wall, he con
sideied. Kep. Drown said this was another
item ft iui the old regime. They
had voted to pay olf the Likelike
claims, and now let, them vote this
out of the way. He moved the item
Rep. Drown moved to insert,
Fred Harrison, for icpairs, olllce
fixtures, building and additions to
new Custom House building, S'J,
IKll..'i. It was not legal (reads
the agieeinent). It would not be
winteil if the whole appropriation
of last session had been cvpended,
but S 1000 or S-'iOOO had gone buck
into the treasury.
Noble Maefailanc said this was a
legacy from the Thurston adminis
tration. Like a gieat many other
estimates of the late Minister of the
Interior those for the Custom House
weie too low. Whether it was fioin
the incapacity of the Superintendent
of Public Works, or from the design
to make a showing of economy in
the Appioprialion Bill, the cost ot
public works was frequently undi"'
ehtimated. The details of this item
were all for amounts less than -."i00,
as the law allowed no contracts over
that amount lo be gi en without pub
lic competition. It wastliesame class
of item as the Kailua wharf "and
Volcano toad. The late Minister
had presented his report to the Leg
islatuie and submitted his estimates
in the Appropriation Bill, without
saving a wind about these additions
to the Custom House contract. This
was because lie wauled to deceive
the Leuislature and cover up the
illegal ttansaclion. They had just
tin own out an item of balance due
the Boaid of Genealogy, a rotten
concern that he would not stand up
to defend, but o far as legality was
concerned that claim stood on as
good a basis as this Custom House
job. The contractor was a hench
man of Lorrin the First, and this
work was given to him in pieces
coming under S500 each in order to
evade the law.
Noble McCarthy explained his
knowledge of the transaction. By
the lire in Seattle the price of brick
went up, and Harrison lost S3 a
hundred on the brick for the Cus
tom House. It was generally con
ceded that the contractor for a main
building was entitled to the extras.
In this case Harrison figured on the
extras without knowing that any
body else was figuring, but Peter
High ligured on the woik and Har
rison beat him b SHOO. If High's
bid had been lower Harrison would
not have got the woik. It was not
fair treatment of Hauison to keep
fi om him the knowledge that others
were ligucing against him. The late
Superintendent ot Public Works
committed a serious error in asking
for separate bids under SfiOO, but
that was his business and not the
contractor's, who should not sillier
for another's fault.
Rep. l'aehaole called tins another
pill to swallow, and as it was a white
man's he supposed it would go down.
But as it was a large amount he
, moved it be referred to aselect com
mittee. Kep. Kahooknno favored a select
committee ot three, otic ot whom
should lie the Minister of the In
terior. Noble Maefarlano would suppoil
reference to a select committee, be
cause thcie were other items of pre
cisely similar cbaraclcr thai should
Kep. Lucas could not see ari3' ne
cessity of a committee. They all
knew the work had been done, and
he believed some of the money paid.
Deferred to committee consisting
of Hep. Kahooknno, Noble Will
bridge, and Minister Spencer.
Rep. Lucas moved and it canied
that the repoit on claim of J. C.
White be considered,
Noble McCarthy, on the report
being teail, explained the nature of
the two claims, one of which for
SHOO the committee recommended be
paid, while the othijr being for woik
done at a time when Hie petitioner
was on n salary as Survey Engineer
of the Fiie Department they icpoit
Kep. Willie moved the item ol
:i()0 be inseiled. Canied.
Expenses of election and compil
ing lcgister, 1 1,000. Passed.
Aid lo queen's Hospital, S'-'O.OOO.
Hep. Pacluittle moved Sl.l.OOU
Minister Diown moved it pass ns
in the bill, as thu hospital tax on
passengers was reduced one-hull
by bill this session.
Passed as In thu bill,
Kiipiolaiii Maternity Home, SUiOO,
Rep. Lucus thought It might us
well bu niiulo 52000,
Nolilo Miigfarlitim stated Unit whip
Hawaiian ladles conueaU'il with the
liitillulloi) liml told lilm Una S'-'JUU
would bo necessary, lluinnvuil lo
ln-.ni l llml iiuiomil.
Nobly Mullur will llm I Jiiui'ii (tiivu
Urn liullilliiy (run of mill llm Urol
uui, noil ilii'vWIiininili.ytluiuiiiiiivo
lili urviu; fiuw Uiu llii pur. Ilu
uiiujuu! Uu wuiliiii lur fviuu. in
ladies promoting it being Mrs. J. I.
Dowsctt nnd Mrs. II. R. Macfarlaiir.
Rep. Katieidli wondered at Noble
Maefarlano, the apostle of economy,
being led away by the wliispeis of
women lo move incieases in this
Noble .Midler said tin re had been
no whispering in his case, but ho
had got his information in answer to
Noble Hind reminded the House
that Honolulu had a innnopoly of
these institutions, while the country
paid its full propoition nf the taxes.
The country people would get no
benefit from this Home, therefore he
should vote for the smaller amount.
Noble Macfa thine said tlic lion.
Noble was mistaken, as the Home
was iidvcitised in the native papers.
If the item passed as he moved, he
pledged lilinsell to make a corres
ponding i eduction on sonic other
The President, on calls of "ninaii"
said n gi eat deal could be said mi
this subject, and the House should
take all (lie time it wanted. (Laugh
ter.) Rep. X.iwnhi favored the inciease,
holding thai the 'object, was mm t;
important than digging out the har
bor. Passed at ?LM00.
Expenses I'ding ceitilieales of
Hep. l'aehaole moved Sl'iO, as
only a small portion of last period's
item was spent.
Hep. Kanealii moved id strike the
Passed as in tlic bill.
Incidental expenses under Home
stead Act, SI000.
Quarantine diseased animals, $1,
000. Government pounds. SlODO -All
Diamond Head signal station,
Hep. Lucas moved S-'OOO. The
man deseived it.
Passed as in the bill.
Subsidy lo steamer between Ho
nolulu, Mulokai, Lahaiua, and La
Hep. Kanealii moved to strike 1 lie
item out. It the boat nude the cir
cuit of Maui it would lie nil right.
She carried sheep and did not ac
commodate I ho pul lie.
Hep. White moved the item pass.
Hep. P.ieliaole lose.
The Piesidcnt wished losay again
Unit, the House was pursuing an un
usual course, in discussing items
over again on lliiid reading. Items
were olten to he inserted, but if all
the items were 'To be discussed over
again tlieie would be no end lo it.
Hep. l'aehaole was in favor of
leaving the item as it was in the
bill. A great many lives were lost
in the boat navigation superseded
by the steamer.
Kep. Kanealii spoke' again.
The item passed.
Kent of Custom House lot, Kahu
lui, and Post Oflice, Ililo, $1800.
Purchase of Koliala Courthouse
lot, SI 02.97. Passed.
Aid to Kapiolani Park Association,
provided 2.")00 bo expended in mak
ing a road round Diamond Head,
$13,000, as recommended by the
Hep. Kanealii moved 5,(5000.
Kep. Biown said the matter was
fully discussed on the committee's
report, and he moved the item pass
Noble J. M. Horner said this was
a case for reduction, being a Iuxuiy
rather than a necessity. Hard times
might be coming.
Noble Maefarlano was originally
in favor ol tlio larger amount, as he
would like to see the park improved.
With the large increase in appropri
ations staring them in the face, how
ever, he would vole for the original
item of gllOOO.
Hep. Lucas Miid a good many
members seemed to have an econom
ical streak this evening, and lie
thought this item should stand over,
llieiefore niocd lo adjourn.
The House adjourned at ! :0."i.
tar oivKx opt '"fca
,iy afternoon, October I'Oih.-lliii
following weie drawn :
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Oi.rn '.' Memliei No. I'.i.
Ci.nt :i Mciulier No, Ti.
Ci.ru I .Member No. Wi.
Ol I'll n .Mi'iuber No. lit.
Cliti No. 6 iw Fonii!
.loin and i-ceilie n plnce ill thi
Xwy- We giinrauice llnl del) uieni
bernl our chilis will po-blu'iy Kd a
Solid H burnt Cold Watch with linn
full .leweled Wallh.iin Mnu'incut lin
$1.00 Per Week.
H. P, WicliiuaiiTwalcii cum
-LA, LI ('KKTTi
1 va 1 1 uk link Mill uiu (ii,iiiuii)iii in
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FIVE -:- eOLD
Special Bargains in All DeprlM.at
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White Dress tlu'iVls, in sliiped, ai
10 cents ymil. k
Vietoiin Lawn, lOy piece, for 75
All colors Moiree Silk, $1.25 and
SH fiO, fm mm ly :J2.5l)yaid.
All wool I'laids, ledueed fm 50 and
75 cents raid.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE I
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Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
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Aud will leave fm the a hove port with
malls and passengers on or about that
For freight or passage, havinc SU.
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For Sydney and Auckland.
and fine, Al steel Bte.aiDohtri
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For freight or passage, having SU
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