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THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
ToTnki- i:m--t Orioiii'i- an, iwiu,
11 ifir. 4:u."i (!:50t
11 II M S Aiiiphliin. K O llullnii, Hlilivs
Mcln Kmilihu fioui Kiiual
VESSEIS leaving To-Monnow.
Sinn O It Hishop for Waianac, Wuliihiu
anil Knolaii .it !) a in
SHir Itolit l.owui. apt Wuilh, fnr.la-
lnli, Kiwnle, I'onupe and link
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
C It lliohnp !()) bijrs pddy, inO lns
lici', H.l!) I) irs tMiuar, id haj; pca
imls. 2U turkujo. L' li i; t:u ii, and 2
Fiom Waialu i and Walan u poi stinr
J It Mlshop, Oct L') -.) 1' Kain.i, Mr
Fields, and S ileuk.
Tin otpimcr W O 11.01 i- ilup to-morrow
iifici noon f i oni Hawaii and Mnui.
Tin-luiketithieS G Wilder will pio
li.Oilv If ic for S-in Kiuueiseo the e.ulv
piiiiof nut week wiih a full cm go of
HUMS Ampliinn is nnelinicil bc
twi'un the USh h )iiols and lliu II I J
M STsukulu Shi' is takiiifj in i-o.il
fioni thi'M'liooncM Maiy K Foster and
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
No arrests wore made by (lie police
up tn 2 o'clock this afternoon.
JJjJA avomm is wanted to take rare
cbildien and do chuniberwnrk.
A DESiitAiH.n bouse and lot situated
on Ueietama street is offered foi bale.
A sober Portuguese wants ii situa
tion to take eaie of a liorbe, cows or
Ah tbeiel When you go to the
Opera House to-night, don't foiget
join opt-iti glass.
A concert will be gien by the
Hawaiian Band, at the Hawaiian
Hotel, to-inoirow evening.
Tun Buij.uiin is letiuestid to state
that no tickets foi the L.intein Slide
Exhibition will be sold at the door,
'Mi-jit for the gallfly, until eight
Four Chinamen were trietl in the
Police Coin t this morning, for the
unlawful possession of opium. They
were found nut guilty and wen- tlis
cbaiged. The employees of the Union Iron
Woiks have challenged the t-niploj-t'cs
of the Honolulu Iron Woiks to a
ganio of baseball to be played on the
Tun diiectorbof the Brewer estate
have under consideiation the advisa
bility of electing a two-story brick
liouso on the gioiintlB now occupied
by Williams' photographic gallery.
There will be a meeting of the
ladies interested in the fair for the
Kailoi's Home to-morrow morning,
at JO :30 o'clock, in the Y. M. C. A.
hall. A full attendance is desired.
The bark Birker will sail for Port
land, Oregon, on Satuulay, she has
delivered her cargo in perfect ordei,
somo immense pieces of machinery
destined for the new Kauai Sugar
Co., wore landed without an accident
of any kind.
Attention is called to the adver
tisement of sale at auction to-inonow
at L. J. Lovey'o salesroom, at noon,
of barrels of White's J'oitland Ce
ment, cat then ware pipe, galwmihcd
buckets, safety matches, and mottled
soap, to closo .ship Birkor'a account.
Ah the Kith of Noembei falls upon
Sunday this year, it is oliicially au
noiinted that the celebration of His
Maje sty's biithday will tako place
upon Satuulay, November lfith, and
all Go eminent olllces thioiighoiit
the Kingdom will bu closed on that
Fiujiay, Novemliei 28th, being the
iinniwiiNiiy of the iccogniiion of
tbti Hawaiian Independence by the
(iuuiiiimoiitH of Un-at Britain anil
Fiuni'i', will be nhhoi wilasa national
holiday, and nil Gowunnuiiit OUlces
thinughoiil the K'ingtloiii will, there
(din, bu closed,
Mijhhiih, King IIioh, have IHhxl up
Hll nit loom in Hid lunik pail of
Muiiii, i mi wiuih oi mo loont ait)
(toinplnlly t'ONcicil wiih olitliliigH iiml
ullici tl lit wink by uliiwi) ailihlH, Tlin
illiiltilid of lliu apiMlint'iil irtiiilihllr,
hii.I pluiity of linltl being iiMiilnlilo
lliu iiiiiiiiiiiii Minwn to Hid Inml
Mil. 'Iliitf, .1. KIiik, nnmnui'1 nf Dm
(Ijjlimiiiln hnnl in nut. Kin sluiiiii
ulu iii'i'iiliui Hililwiy Hit) ullii'i nlujii,
jli Ikl wuj uliUkui u ijuuifllly
HJ HiallMji). Hi juh uiimm umiUij
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TiioiwJaA-, Oct. no.
The House met nt 10 o'clock, hav
ing n (Uoiiiiii ten iniiniles later.
Noble Maefiirlaiiu, on the ininiitei
beiiir read, said Lliu motion by Hep.
Nawnlii was for a subsidy' to a
steamer to Lower Califoin'ia, and
the minutes say to Southern Cali
fornia. Tlc minutes were corrected
this morning to lead Soulliein Cali
fornia, ami he moved thai the min
utes he (-directed in accordance with
the motion passed.
Hep. Paehaole said that the
changing of lliu minutes, to make
them different fioin the actual pro
ceedings, should not be allowed.
Noble Coinwcll stated that the
minutes said a subsidy to n steamer,
while the motion was for encouiage
inent to carrying Hawaiian pioduce.
Seeretaiy Wileov, in answer to a
question from Lliu President, statetl
llial the mover had taken away his
wiillen motion and sent up another
Nolile Wiileniann wanted to know
what this transaction meant.
Noble J. M. Homer icniarked
that it had been s-ud, "Woe unto
him who makes trouble about a
woid." -There was nothing surer
than that thu motion passed by the
House meant the San Diego line.
Noble Wiileniann said the ban
Di(go subsidy was buried three
limes, yesterday deeper than ever.
He wanted to know if the House was
to waste any more timu on that San
Thu President said no. that mat
ter could not tome up again.
Noble J. M. Horner explained the
diffuience between Southern and
Lower California. After the Mexi
can treaty a line was (haw n across
the territoiy, dividing it into South
ern and Lower California.
Noble ftluller raised the point of
order as to whether the San Diego
subsidy could be again discussed.
The President said it was not the
subsidy but the minutes that were
Noble J. M. Horner moved that
Noble Mutler have ten minutes
more to explain himself.
Noble Widdemann would move
that Noble Horner have twenty-five
minutes to defend the fiaud at
tempted on the House.
The Piesidunt, on the Interpreter
stating that "Lalo" (which appear
ed in the oi iginal motion in paren
theses) meant "Lower," directed
the minutes to be corrected aecord-
HEI'dUTs OI' COMMI1TEKS.
Noble M.irsden called attention to
a promise by the judiciary commit
tee of a repoit on the "F. T."
opium. The session was drawing to
a close and it was important that
the matter be claiiiied. Jiep. R. W.
Wilcox had said that the Custom
House was full of opium thieves and
that he was responsible for his state
ments. The committee should
theiefore bu able to get impoitant
information fiom that lion, member.
If they had nothing fuitlier to re
port, the matter should be given to
another committee or to the Govern
ment. ltep. Nawahi said the hon. Noble
was good in meddling with other
committees, and would do better by
attending to his own committees.
Rep. Hookano said the committee
were still working, and hoped to
satisfy the lion. Noble.
Noble Marsden intimated he
would move to adjourn over Satur
day, so as to give the committee a
full day for woik.
Rep. Hookano presented the re
port of the select committee on I'.
Harrison's claim for work, etc., on
the Custom House, recommending
that 81731. 1.ri bu appiopriatud to
pay them, in addition to the S1000
in the bill for completing the Cus
Rep. Brown moved the leport be
Rep. Paehaole, that it bo tabled
for consideration with the ' bill.
Noble Widumann said that in the
bill for extending the street railway
franchise passed last session, it was
piovidcd that the company should
keep their lails flush with the streets,
but there was no penalty provided
for violation of this provision.
Eveiy member knew how well or
otherwise thu provision had been
observed by the company. While
it was presumable that thu Attorney
General could bring biiit for thu for
feituru of thu charter in case of vio
lation of provisions, yet nobody
wanted anything but that thu com
pany should continue to operato
their i nil way ami ilo so In t-oiifoiui-ity
with the law. He thoruforu uhU
ed special pei mission to introduce a
hill on thu subject,
After discussion thu rules wuru
suspended mid the hill lead a lint
mid second lime by title, vi.., "An
Act ruliiliiil! to the inuliiUiiiiiiicit anil
repaiiH of btimns, lomls and liiidgiit,
oi!uii)Ii!i by thu iniukH of the Hticct
riHhiiy of IIiiihiIiiIii," uml pifiiniitl
til !! hUlt (llllHllllltilil,
NiiMuCitililii! iiiovml ii ruMiliitiou
10 IllliltU (illVUIIUIIMIlt i!lll!W!Hii
IHHHJlHllI III lilUtlnu; liittuilt ill 0 h,
lib mill I t. hi. 1'ituli iluy, lull II m
Wltti! out of urilui m liilDifuflnij
iHlil I'MU'iillV!' Illinium.
DAlUSf BUiajIDTJJN'i MUJPUJLjUJLU. U, lM
Rep. l'aelmole moved Lliu item be
sti tick out.
Noble Cornwcll said the item had
been lccommcnded by a select com
mittee and he moved it pass with a
provfso that the expenditure be at
thtf discretion of the Minister of the
Noble Marsden moed it pass
with a proviso that the money be
paid If a clear title can be had to
Rep. Paulnolc interrupted Rep.
Nawahi with the reni.uk that the
hon. member was not required to
make puns on thu name of the lion,
member for Kan.
Rop. Nawahi was interpreted as
saying that Rep. Apiki had signed
the committee's icport and now
trumped up a story to defeat the
appropriation. Such conduct was
called "apiki" in Hawaiian, and the
hon. member was "Apiki" b' name
and "apiki" by nature.
Rep. Waipuilani had always been
opposed to this item. Peter Lee
had ttied to deceive the House. The
committee found out that he was
paid monthly wages for his work,
and finding himself headed off he
went to the Inter-Island Steam Na
vigation Co. and got them to trans
fer the ownership of the load to
him. The road only cost S1000 and
the land was only held on a lease
hold tenure for fifteen years. It
could not be bought because it was
Crown land. A prominent icsident
of Jvau had written to him that the
road had deteiioiatcd, and would
cost a large amount to put in repair.
Noble ICauhane said that the road
passed thiough paddocks, and Lee
was icquired to keep gates. It was
a good load, but, if the Government
bought it, they would either have
to Keep men to watch the gates or
fence the road. With these things
satisfactorily ananged he would ad
vise the purchase of the load even
Noble Hind was opposed to buy
ing any roads. If private parties
built roads on their own lesponsi
bility let them do so. They had ap
piopriatud more, anyway, that the
country's income. There were places
on Hawaii without any roads, and
all the Minister wanted was money
to build the needed roads. It was
better for Peter Lee or w uoever own
ed the road to keep it.
Noble Widemann said there were
two obstacles to passing the item.
The first was the Alteon years' ten
ure, the second the necessity of
gates or fences. The item should
be rejected. On the question being
stated, he moved, as an amendment
to the amendment, that the item be
inserted for a road between Punaluu
and the Volcano.
Rep. Nawahi moved that the ayes
and noes be called on the motion to
strike the item out. Carried.
The motion was carried on the
Ayes Ministers Cummins and
Brown; Nobles Widemann, Pua,
Crabbe, J. M. Homer, Hind, Mars
den, Walbridge, Anderson, von
Tempsky and Ivanoa ; Reps. Brown,
Bush, Kauhi, A. Horner, Rickard,
Hookano, Waipuilani, Paehaole,
White, Kanealii, Knudsen.Rice and
A. S. Wilcox 2j.
Noes Minister Spencer; Nobles
Bergcr, Macfailane, Muller, Mc
Carthy, Kauhane and Cornwcll;
Reps. Cummings, It. W. Wilcox,
Nawahi, Baker, Apiki, Cockctt and
A motion to reconsider the vote
Addition to Custom House, 84000.
Minister Brown moved to amend
to S5731.1j, in accordance with re
icporl of select committee. Carried.
Roads Wailuku, $10,000.
Rep. Kanealii moved for 82000
for a bridge at Paukakala. If the
money could not be got no harm
would be done. This section was
like a bladder anyway. Lost.
Maui. Wailuku, fo,000.
Road from Makena to Kamaole,
Road fiom Makena to Iveonioio,
Road from Lahaina to Maalaca,
Road from Lahaina to Ivapakuloa,
Noble von Tempsky moved for
82000 for loads to ceitain homo
Molokai. Pali road along beach
Wailau, Pelekunu and Ivalae, 83000.
Oahu. Waimu.1 Bridge, 5000.
En u and Waiainie, 0000.
Macadaiui.ing and Paving Streets,
Road over Nuiuinu Pali, 40,000.
Roads in Manoa Valley, 3000.
Jvalilu Valley, east and wust side.
Rep. Kanealii moved to striku it
Roads, Koolaupoko, 5000.
Road to open (Juvernineiit Lands
back of Honolulu, 17,500,
Nolilo,Juii moved for 7000 to ex
tend School st i cut from Lillha street
lo a ioiiit lieyoml thu lusuiin Anv
1 ii hi . Lost,
KiiiiuI, HrlilKu Wiilliui Hlvwr,
I ,'t, Dill),
llriilgi' fliinulni Hivnr, 500(1,
Komi Iioiii Wiilmliu to Ivlluliimu,
Cull loud, Kitlnlim in K'ui'iM),
h'hiuiu rout), AUUi
IJiijiaM luiuh turn 'M Uj hV
Miscellaneous. Encouragement of
Minister Peterson moved to amend
hy inserting a provision for payment
of claim of Skinner &. Co. on ac
count of immigiants by the ship
Thomas Hell. In answer to a ques
tion he said he did not know the
amount it was anywhere fiom 83000
Noble Maefarlano stated that the
item was referred to a special com
mittee, which found that it included
$30,000 and odd epended in the
last puiiod on Japanese immigra
tion. As this immigration was not
for repopulation it was understood
that the planters should bear the
expense themselves. He wished it
to bo understood in oting this item
that none of it was to be' paid to the
Noble Widemann referred to the
number of illegal expenditures of
the late Government that this House
had coveied by appropriations. Now
when money had been advanced by
the planters for a more legitimate
public purpose than any of those
mentioned, the House was asked to
tell tticm lo pay the money out of
their own pockets. He did not ad
vise the coolness with which the hon.
Noble made such a graceless propo
sition. Noble Alacfarlano explained that
the money was expended for the
planters' own purposes, and it was
by the planters own consent that
the committee made he rccom
mendation Recess from 12:05 to 1:30.
AFTER you h.ue feasted your 'eyes
at the Lantern Slide feast your
Inner man at the eoy Kllte lee Cie.un
Hawaiian Opera House.
On THURSDAY, October 30tb.
Jrr s i. t.
A Lantern Slide Exhibition
Oi" Hawaiian Views !
-WII.I. 111 OlVEN 11V tiii:-
HAWAIIAN CAMERA CLUB.
Tickets. : $1.00
On sale at M. Qoldbeig's. Ilolllstor
Co.'s, Benson, Smith A; Co.'s, King
Bros', and of membcis of the Club.
m GIVEN OUT "a
Monday afternoon, October 27th, the
following drew tlit-h watches:
Cluis 1 Member No. -17.
Ci.uu 2 Member No. 41.
Cluii 3 Member No. II.
Cluii 4 Member No. 33.
Clum C Member No. 00.
Jffif Remember we
aro giving you
aonu 14 Karat Gold Case with line
11111 Jeweled Waltliam Movement in
our clubs for
$1.00 Per Week.
J. A. LUCKETT,
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
R. MORE, -. :
Engineers & Iron Founders,
Office & Works, : Esplanade, Honolulu.
.Sugar MachiiKiry, Irrigating Machinury, Steam Engines,
Klt-aiu Iloiluni, Juieo Tanks,, Coolers, "Molasst-H Tanks, Sugar Cars,
Cane Cars, Kluvatorw, ConvcyorH, Fprnaco Fillings,
Wtouglit &. OsiHt lion Work for House HuildcrH,
Walur Wheels & Gearing, Bar Iron, JHc, Etc., Etc.
Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches.
;&0SEHWB jOTKl AAf
oar i"sm I JT k,
HMlM .UKIIM IHIMHM fxlHIMlN (Ml' I III'
PKLTON WATKR WHEKU
OCTOBER 00 iwub.
Or Hau KrnnrlHrn,
(Propilctor of the Reilfcrn lTouc, Mar
ket Street, under Palace Hotel),
Intends to remain In Honolulu for the
next tin fo or four months for thu bi-nt'llt
of his health, during width time bu has
concluded to open a
Ladles wishing to have their Fall and
Whiter Costumes marie will do well to
call at oncu lo secure their outers.
Riding Habits, Genuine Tailor-made
Costumes, Tiavellng Ulsters, .Jackets,
all ttieLatcst Designs in
Promenade and Evening Costumes.
W Ills univcis.il reputation as a
Fitter ami Diessmakcr Is too well
known to need any further recoinmund
atlon. He will guarantee pel feet sitls
tiou. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
(Over Temple of Fashion.)
Gate City Stone Filter.
These Filters arc easily cleansed,
-muI NKVEK become CRACKED or
CKAZKI) bj change of temperature of
The Filter Medium Is a NATURAL
KTONK, nil ueri finin the earth. It Is
unlike any other stone.
IMriJItlTIES nexur PENETRATE
it, but lie 011 the suifaee. anil internally
the r.touc remains as pine and white
after years ot use as when taken fiom
The Gate City Stone Filter isapei
feet success. It is the only leal llltei I
hae ever seen. I would not bu without
one for any consideration. It conerls
our lake water into the best drinking
water hi the world.
JIhNitv M. Lyman. M. I).,
ollj West Adams St., Chicago.
BQy- For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opposite Spreckcls & Co.'s Rank,
088 1 111 Fort street, Honolulu.
NOW IS THE TIME !
Society of the United States,
Arc now selling their Honds, and upon easy terms. The additional
turc of Insurance goes with every UoniU
The following arc a few of the many attractive Jorins offered by this
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, its payments prompt and eerlain, and Its
From the New York Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
The Largest Business Ever Transacted by a lAlh Assur
The new business of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiktt
Million Dollaks. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and i3 unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
JSrlnformalion cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his otllcc.
ALEX. J. CARTWRECHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the D. S. Jan-1-90
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
S. EHRLICII & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Leading s Millinery : House
Chas. J. Fishol. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
Ex "ADONIS" & "BLENGFELL"
From Ernie mil Late Arrivals froi the limliiil states.
"Palm Tree" "
"Royal Club" (
G. II. Munini & Co.
Hennessy 3 Star "
Du Luugu Fils -1 Star I
Gonzalez A Co. f Crown j
John Exshaw Extra No. 1 J
Isluy Ulend Scotch
liourboii, 1881, in bulk
Canadian Rye, 1882, in bulk
Lump's St. Louis
I'Vcilurioksburi; Hun Jose
,pwu.h .mil uru ,;
RASH'S ENGLISH ALH, GUINNEHK'H DUI1LIN STOUT,
EUROPEAN PORTS and SHERRIES,
Of Hunt Qtmllty;
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In UiiMkrt inn) Ciimis, Kin,, Kin,, Km,, Kin,, j;in,
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