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For Lubiicating the Valves and
VALVOLINE is 1111 ctvrth oil specially prepared unilor the highest steum
neat ami from which nil volatile and earthy mutter has been expelled by a
procebs which leaves a pure and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolts and keeps the cyliuder and piston packing perfectly clean. Thib
was the first Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and has been in con
stant use over eighteen years.
Ve also manufacture Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for nil
classes of machinery.
Leonard Ac JEllits.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Solo Agents. G01 3m
Dlmonil Itloolt." JNo.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIE, COPl'ER AMD
93 Sheet. Iron Work
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants
I'liANTATIOJV & INSURANCE AOKNTH,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements
CarpenterB', Blacksmiths', MnchiniHta' & Plnmborn' Toole,
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Kitchen Utensils, PaintB, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
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s Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewingjacblnes,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines,
E. R. Hkniiky, President & Malinger.
GouKitKr Uhown, Secretary & Treasurer.
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DAILY BLLLLIflTIN : HONOLULU, H. l. OCTOBER 80, 1890
MIMM Ml ll IMi III I MUIW A MUM MHl n M'Jii I III
Tlio House resumed at 1 :!().
Noble Widemann urged that the
House hart hurled the San Diego
line as deep as it could, ami he did
not see how it could he revived.
Another of those nice little papers
hart been laid before tlieni, but it
was an innocent sort of thing. He
knew something about the Santa Fe
Railway, but all this paper said was
that the Santa Fe Railway Co. would
advertise the islands in their cars.
There was no statement that the
would back this line. Enough com
petition existed between railways to
ensure travelers from the islands of
everything for their comfort. It
was four months since the Farallon
first arrived, and why had not abet
ter steamer been put in her place?
A hundred thousand consumers for
bananas a luxury that only a few
would buy meant nothing. If the
San Diego community took a thou
sand bunches a year it would be as
much as ever. There was nothing
in the paper to prove that the San
Dieuo people took the slightest in
terest in the mutter, nothing lint the
bare statement that they would dup
licate the assistance from this Gov
ernment. Noble Muller was opposed to the
amendment. He moved that the
item read, Subsidy to Oceanic line
to San Francisco, $-18,000, and sub
sidy to Oceanic line to Tahiti, $1."),
000. The San Francisco steamers
were a necessity. The lion. Noble
fiotn Hamakua hart said that the
Oceanic steamer on last up trip
made 815,000. Was that net or
tiross receipts? He doubted if the
lion. Noble knew which. Having
been in the steamship business him
self ten years he could say that it
cost such a steamer as the Australia
$800 r 1000 a day for expenses.
Regarding the assertion that the
Santa Fe Railway was backing the
San Diego line lie said it was not
true. Only lately a note of Living
stone, Ulark & Co. drawn by Living
stone, Clark & Co. had been pro
tested. President Walker This is a per
sonal matter and" not in older here.
Noble Muller I wanted to show
that the line has no backing by that
Railway Company and that protest
ed note is my argument.
President Walker It is not in
Noble Muller Then I will say the
assertion made of the backing is not
Rep. Rickard wanted to discuss
the feasibility of cutting down the
item. He fully realized the benefits
derived by the country from the
Oceanic steamers, in our condition
of being separated many thousands
of miles from the rest of the civil
ized world. He should favor letting
this item stand as it was for the bene
fit of the Oceanic Co., and making
a separate item for the benefit of
any other steamship oompany by
way of paying for carrying mails.
Noblp Cornwcll failed to sec any
thing in the aiguments produced for
reducing the amount of subsidy to
the Oceanic line, or having the sub
sidy divided between different lines
at the discretion of the Ministry.
Besides giving us communication
with the United States, this com
pany gave us direct communication
wjtj Australia, New Zealand and
Samoa. He was as sure as that he
stood on the floor that if this subsidy
was reduced that communication
would be withdrawn, because thp
steamers lost from a day to a day
and a half calling here, which meant
a good dea( in dollars and cents if
that time was gained in reaching
Noble J. M. Horner wished to any
a few words more, if the President
would kindly excuse Noble Muller.
Noble Muller Thank you. I
would aBk to be excused, as I can't
stand more. (Retires amid laughter.)
Noble Homer, continuing, held
that the matter of the Sun Diego
line couici ue renewed as well us
that of the Paradise of the Pacific
yesterday. The public hod for
years been paying S75 for passage
by the Oceanic steamers, and would
continue to pay it unless opposition
was encouraged. Tlio lion, member
for Ililo had told them that the
freight on bananas had already been
reduced, and if the passage was also
brought down it would be a big item
for the public. Who said there was
any value in thoso papers? They
were not compelled to pay any mon
ey till the services were rendered.
Let them do good to tlio people of
tlio jslnnda and adopt that amend
ment. Noble Mucfarjape said on the first
two occasions that thin mutter hnd
come up lie gave what he consider
ed good business reasonu for oppos
ing the subsidy. On the third oo
ciihion he voted to revivu tlio dUcus
hIoii beouuno ho was given to under
stand that information was forth
coming to the effect that I ho pio.
nropoHoil Hun hurt good Imokiug,
Hud ho beun blinwn Unit tlio AtuliWrin,
ToH!lu mill Simla K Hull way mi
limililng tlio i'oniiiH)y liu vliouhl hiivo
votoil for It, tit Im would (linn ho
ii&miwl Unit ilmm would liu u U'uin
iimlti iiumpiillilmi mill inii(o Im
liitliiuml, uliioli Im IIidiiuJiI nuiii
nu liluli. Until limy tunl iiin
UIHu iliui llu wjimiiillllui) uu nib
lUiiiWul, U uuulil m hiiiJ iwjIIv) u
Its Australian subsidy ntirt It would
take very Utile to make its through
stenmoro leave Honolulu out. He
rtld not jce the advantage to tlio
country in subsidizing stioli a gi ape
vine line as this one, running to
llilo, and Mnhukona, and Honolulu.
There was very little prospect of
the United Slates tonnage bill be
coming law at the short session of
Congress in December. If this
company had the Atchison line be
lli ml It, something more was requir
ed to prove it than the statement in
the circular. That the railway
company would advertise the isl
ands was nothing more than any
other company would do if furnish
ed witli the material. 1 he Oceanic
company was doing it all the time.
The Oceanic line was i tinning to the
Colonics in the face of the with
drawal of siippoit by the New South
Wales Government, and the through
steamers were probably running at
a loss, so that it would require all
the profit on the intermediate steam
er to make up the shortage on the
others. Therefore he would con
sider it very injudicious to withdraw
any of our support from the Oceanic
Co, at this juncture.
Rep. White saw nothing but gas
in the nrgucincnts against the
amendment, while substantial rea
sons had been given tor its passage.
What would be saved on sugar
freights would be a large item. lie
had a piece of land on Maui that
would produce -100 bunches of ba
nanas, but there was nothing in
growing them after sending them to
Honolulu and paying 75 cents
freight to San Francisco. With the
new line there would be profit for
himself and other small landholders
in bananas, as they could ship them
to San Francisco at fifty cents a
bunch. The new line had already
reduced the pi ice of hay and feed.
He could not understand the oppo
sition of Honolulu inembcis, and it
might be necessary for the country
members to bring Ihctn to their
senses as they had done the other
day, when the city members tried to
cut down appropriations for roads
and bridges in the country. The
now line would be the means of
bringing in more labor. He moved
the previous question. Carried.
Rep. Hrown moedtliat the ayes
and noes be called, which was done
on the motion to indefinitely post
pone tuc amendment, and the mo
tion was carried on the following
Ayes-Ministers Cummins, Brown,
Spencer and Peterson ; Nobles
Widemann, Berger, Macfarlano,
Muller, Pua Phillips, Kauhanc,
Parker,- Marsden, Cornwcll, Wal
bridgc, Andersok and Kanoa ; Reps.
Lucas, Rosa, Kauhi, Rickard, Wai
puilani, Apiki, Pachaole, Kancalii,
Cockett and A. S. Wilcox 27.
Noes Nobles McCarthy, Crabbe,
J. M. Horner, W. Y. Homer and
von Tempsky ; Reps. 'Brown, Mar
ques, Bush, Nawahi, Baker, A.
Horner, Kahookano, White, Hal
stead, Knudsen and Rice. 1G.
Minister Peterson, on being call
ed, said lie had bucu in favor of a
subsidy from the first, but could
not favor voting a lump sum to all
Noble Walbridge gave a similar
roason for his voto. Ho would have
voted lor a subsidy to the San Diego
line if it had come up properly.
Noble J. M. Horner You have
never voted for it yet.
Rep. Waipuilani favored a sub
sidy to the San Diego line, but did
not want to put the matter in the
hands of the Ministers.
Noble Crabbe, on being called a
second time, said his vote would
then make no difference, so he would
yote no. (Qh)
Rep. R. W. Wjlcox op h,o.lng caj
ed a second thnp asked to be ex
cused. Noble Widemann, on the vote be
ing announced, moved it be recon
Rep. Rickanfs amendment car?
Noble Phillips moved to Insert,
Subsidy to Tahiti line, 15,000.
Rep, Rickard was speaking, when
The President slated that argu
ment was out of plaoc, as the motion
was only to fill a blank in the bill,
The Tahiti subsidy bill giving S 1000
a month had become luw.
The motion cariied,
Rep. Nawahi moved to insert,
Encouragement of carrying Hawai
ian produce to Lower Calilornin,
815,000. Curt ii'il, and a motion for
reconsideration was lost. (Applause
and several moments of contusion.)
Commissions of Tax Assessor for
Wniiuku in 1888, due to Bishop &
Co., 81,085.01). Passed.
Discount on huine due W. L.
Green, 8151,05. Passed.
Rep. Waipuilani moved to inseit
81 158.7U lo refit ml the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co. for advances
on tlio Kuilua wharf. Curried,
Commissions of Tax Assessor for
Wailiilcu in 1888, due to Hishop &
Discount on same due W. L.
Sulurlost for lust potion not jmlil,
Circuit Judge, Muni, 8 1 118.
ClroiiUJuilgu, Ivolmlu, $150,
UlbtrloUiiilgo, North Kouit, 81110,
DhdrluiJiiiluti, fiiiuili Komi, 8 100,
DUlilot ,linio, llumuldiu, g'.'fill,
DMilol .Illicit, llnituiiiilii, !):),
DUliliitJiiilgi', IIiiiiiiIiiIi 9 ISA.
DUliiut ilmluu, Kinwtlluw, 8"J,
Dltlilul Juiluii. fuluiii (Hfiu1'
liiilrliU Jtjilgu, Wtilmtw. Iip
Minister Brown snlrt tlloro
additional claims voted bv the
House, making 805.50 which he
moved be added. Carried.
Rep. Paehaolo moved to .insert
850 for claim of Kamau for painting
on Lahaina courthouse. Carried.
Rep. Brown moved to insert 8 hlOO
for translating, printing and binding
digest of Supreme Court decisions.
Minister Brown moved to insert
SM,000 for subsidy under the Oahu
Railway Act, in case it might be
earned before the close of the period.
Rep. Paehaolo moved to insert
8200 for expenses of Lantnna Com
The section passed as amended,
and a motion to reconsider wns lost.
Noble M tiller informed the House
that tlio aggregate of Sec. I was
S:i,108,t34.02, thatof Sec. 2. 8121,
723.58, making a total of 83,229,
85s. 20, against estimated current
receipts of 82.802,505.00, which left
a deficit of 8302.353. 1G.
Section 3. The following sums
nmounting to are here
by appropriated out of any moneys
in the Treasury, for the service of
the biennial fiscal period commenc
ing with April 1, 1890, and ending
with March 31, A. D. 1892.
Interior Department. Addition
to Custom House, S4000.
Rep. Hooknno moved to add
81731.15 for claim of F. Harrison,
and after discussion the item was e
ferred pending the report of com
mittee. Addition to Honolulu Post Office,
Government Storehouse and Work
shop, Esplanade, $10,000.
New Market House, Honolulu,
Hilo Custom House and Ware
Central fetation for Honolulu Fire
Depailmcnt, including Lnl, 850,-G-17.
Fire engine on Plains, 85000.
Fire-proof Vaults Government
New Court House and Jails. Ha
Repairs, Courthouse, Makawao,
Poi factory, Honolulu, 812,000.
Noble Crabbe moved the item be
struck out. Carried.
Light Houses, Makapuu, Oahu,
8500; Kahului, Maui, 87500; Na
wiliwili, Kauai, 8 1000.
Noble Cornwcll moved to insert
S1000 for lighthouse at Maalaea,
Addition to Insane Asylum, 815,
000. Noble Marsden moved 85000,
which lie regarded sufficient for im
Minister Spencer moved 88500.
Harbors. New Wharf, Hilo, 820,
New Wharves and Sea Wall,
Ainahou, Honolulu, 803,000.
Noble Muller moved to strike out
"Ainahou. " Carried.
Rep. Hookano moved to make it
Passed as in the bill.
Wharf at Lahaina, 83.0QQ; Deep
ening harbor at Laupalioehoo, 81000.
Rep. aipuilani moved to insert,
New wharf at Maalaea, S2000.
Amended to 8250 and passed.
Rep. Rickard moved to insert,
"Wharf at Kawailtae, 8250."
Minister Brown said an item of
83200 had already passed for build
ings on Hawaii.
The President said this motion
was the result of a bad little prece
dent just made.
Noble Cornwcll moved the recon
sjrtcralion of tl0 j.um for Maalaea,
and, 0) th(s passing moved it be
struck out. Carried.
Rep. Rickard dropped his motion.
Deepening liar, including Hono
lulu harbor, 8200,000.
Rep. Kuneulii moved to strike It
Paksed ns In bill.
Breakwater, harbor of Waialua,
Breakwater, harbor of Waimea,
Breakwater, harbor of Waikane,
Waiahole and Kaulaea, 82300.
Water Works. Addition to Ho
nolulu Water Works, 8291,000.
Filter plant Honolulu Water
Rep. Hookano moved strike it
Noble Marsden, that it pass as in
the lull. If there was anything a
city wanted it was pure water.
Passed a in the bill.
Pin chase of Laud of Hauuiaku
mulumu, Nuiiauu Valley, 88000.
K'oloa, Kauai, Water Works, 82,
500. Wuiluku and Kahului Water
Ltitipuhoohoo Wator Works,? 1000.
Hilo Water Works, 813,000.
Kohaht Water Works, 87000,
Ktmds iinrt Hiidgou. Unurt Ditin.
Ilinvull, Nuw rourta In Kan
South Koim, 9!l7,n)0,
Nnrlli Komi, 815,000,
North Koliulii, ? lii.OOO
Now nunl lioiw-'on js'inili
Hnuili Koliulii. HO.OIH),
Nil! Hi llllu. tll),(lUU,
ii)ii A ilurimr ujuviul
wcrcMlirirtcc. Umatima, 81500; brlrtiro.
walknmnulu, S180U, unrricd.
Volcano Bond, 855,000.
Paying amounts -expended by the
lato Min la tor of interior, L. A.
Thurston, above former appropria
tion for Volcano road, 813, 039. 3G.
Road through Puna, 85000. Both
Purchase of Peter Lee's carriage
Rep. Apiki moved the item pass at
8500. He had lately found out that
the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Co. paid Peter Lee for his work on
Noble Macfarlano wanted to know
why the lion, member had not told
that lo the committee, and if the
road (lid not belong to Peter Lee to
whom did it belong.
The House adjourned at 4
The licrcditnrv blood noison of
scrofula develops in tlio dcllciito tissues
of the bruin, mental weaknesses and
mtlrmltics. Uliocv nml insnnitv. It en
larges the plan i Is of the th out, impairs
tho senso of smell and tasto, or breaks
into consuming ulce s on tho neck. It
destroys the lungs, or tills ftiein with
tuberculous secret ions. It eats awav
tho coating of tho stomach, enlarges
tho liver, clotrs tho kldnevs. crentcs
constipation and induces piles. No
human accwv enn so snepdilv. nor-
Imancntly and cconomicnlty cleanso the
blood of scrofulous pnion, clear tho
complexion anil skin, scalp and Mood,
las Stculcr'.s svrun No. 2. tho
great uioou punutT.
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Vea it always if you wish for a fair,
clear skin, a wjft, snpplo skin. Gives
a natural tint, linpirts freshness, re
moves blotches, preveuts eruptions.
HOLLISTER & CO .
Ii!l0 Distiibutlng Agents. Im
15 Nuuanii St., Honolulu, H. I.
Solo Agents in the Hawaiian Islands for
'Old Magnolia" & "0. P. T."
Fine Bourbon Whiskies,
Lachman & Jacobi's
Celebrated Calitornia Wines.
AIbo, always in stock, a fall line of the choiu.Lt
We have for
Sinwfllli k Iron Water,
Manufactured by Schmidt & Co.,
Stockton, Cttla. J,t is tho most
wholesome iuid delicious tonic aud
bevorage Qf the age.
' K3P Orders from the other Islands
promptly attended to and goods care
fully packed for .shipment. 032 Urn
I make a specialty of lepairing flno
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,
And KunrnntM' llrst-ehiss work at
Hotel St., under the "Arlington."
v TV OTIC B.
Kinm and after this date wo
will not he responsible for any
freight after miiiiu has been
landed. I'm ties to whom
freight is consigned must bu at
the lauding- to rveolvo their
WlLDKlt'S S. S. Co.
Honolulu, Sept. C, lH'JO, CM tf
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NATURAL Mineral Water
wile only by
W. S. LUCK,
Solo Agent & Importer for the Ha
waiian Islands. r,'.M tl
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l'2 Mi'ivhiuit Ht Honolulu,
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Oceanic Steamship Coiap'?.
From San Franoisco.
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Zenlandia Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Doc 13 Dec 20
For San Francisco.
Leave Due at
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Mariposa Nov 20 ... . l)Vc 13
Zealandiii Deo 24;. .. Jan 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
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Friday. ..Dec 18
Australian leu Service
FOIt .N,N FICAMINO,
The new and tine Al -teel Ktimmelitp
Ot thcOccnuicttlcnmihlpl.'oiiipHiiy, a ill
lie din-hi Honolulu troin riydnm
tin-' Auckland on " about
Nov. 15. 1890.
leave lor tho uhovu poit will,
iiiMsengers on or about ihit
-'111 01 Oussai'e. Imviiu' Kit.
1'KKtOII ACCOMMODATIONS, api.lt
WW Q. IRWIN & CO., AueutB.
For Sydney and Auckland.
Tlio ni-v ami tine AJ stefil stt-MUxhrp.
Of the Oc.ciuiic Steamship ComNiuy, will,
be due at Honolulu from Sati
Francisco on or about
IMov. 22, 1890.
And will h.ive piompt ili-pateh wftfii
iiiallH tinil pii.;sengers lor tho above poita.
For freight or passage, having StI
1'EUIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, app
17 WM. a. IRWIN & CO.. Airent.
fc G. kin iS Company,,
Oi'l'EK FOK SAI.K
1-iiiMte Ac Oemet,
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes..
BUCK & OHIiANDT'S
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
And CLOVER Sw
Fairbank Canning Co.'a Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Steal Job Printing;
Tills olllco liavlug added a large viuli'ty
of the latest styles of
Elegant Type !
To Its Job Printing Room
In boiler prepared than over to execute
all orders In that Hue, eompildng:
Posters, Handbills, Dodgers,
IVofjrijmiiitts, KpI( Kin,,
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