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MONDAY, NOV. 3, 181)0.
QAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tnho V.ttevt OpIwIht K. INU.
1 :45 A :0t
f Saturdays olily.
Stuir Llkellke (rotn Muni
Httnr Mikuhala from Knunl
(i 'S Iroquois fmni u ti ulio
11 S S Mohleaii from Samoa
Uk ItlrKer, I.lglitlmdy, for Pent Town
send .Htnir.l A OiiininliiR, for Walniaimlo at
1 1 u in
Ktinr.liis Maker for K-ipaa at 4 i in
(Sinn- Mokolll tor Molokai at ft id
HMne S O Wilder, Giliilths, for San
VESSE1S LEAVINU TO-MORROW.
tUmr W G Hull for Hawaii mid Maui at
10 si in
Hlnir Ltkellku for Maul at ft p in
Stmr Mikuhala for Kanal at 5 p in .
llktneW II Ulmond. E L Drew, for
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
.Stmr Llkelike-uhoises, 4ft0 sks spuds
and corn, :ifi green hlde and 7oU
Stmr Mikuhala 230 baps I Ire, 02 gicrn
hides, aud 1 horse.
From Slant, prr stmr Llkellke, Nov 2
Hon M 1' Ualdwin, K 1)' Baldwin, A
T Atkinson, Mr and Mrs T (' Porter, G
Deacon, J Ward, ICeo A N Fisher, Mrs
lingliain, Mrs L ICapu, G A Moore. G
K Wilder, Mr and Mrs II F Hebliard,
4 Chinese and 45 dock.
From Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, Nov
2-llou G N Wilcox, F W Glade and
wife, Mrs W Meier, Miss McGrew, Mrs
D McGregor, Juuius Kaae and wife, A
Grandbeig, E E Connnt, W Abbey, Mr
l'hilipott, 2 Chinese and ft" deck.
U S S Mohican arrives this morning
US S Iroquois returned in harbor
early yestei day morning from a cruise.
The bark Bilker postponed lier hour
of departure owing to prevailing south
erly winds. She will probably get away
sometime this afternoon, if the wind
The formidable lions, Ainphiou and
JJymphc. the ever soaiiug eagles,
Charleston and Mohican, the floating
nrseiia) of the Rising SunTsukuba, and
the shore battery, respectively gave a
salute of 21 guns this noon, in honor of
the anniversary of the Enipeior of
LOCAL & CEHrRAL NEWS.
A Twq-nooMEi) collage, is.to let.
Monn Chinese arrests for gambling
have been made.
An unknown steamer, westward
bound, passed this port last Sunday
The U. S. S. Iroquois returned
from a gun practice cruise yesterday
Mutual TelejMiono Station A has
with II. B. ,M. S.
Thk surf was running high atVai
kiki' this" riiortiing on account of the
Thk last bicycle
excursion at l'earl
place next Saturday.
City will tako
Thk mail for San Francisco by the
barkentiiio V. H. Diniond, to-morrow,
will close at 11 o'clock.
Joseph A-. Akina has been appoint
ed notary public for the Fourth Judi
cial Circuit of the Kirigdom.
Tjh? JL S. S. Mohican arrived in
port from Ruinoa tii morning and
ttylibreel near Browcr's wharf.
' A'flHOOTiNU party of nine persons
got a handsome bag of ducks ami
plover at Koolau on Saturday last. t
Kkv. Mr. Fisher will conduct the
chess in Bible- study in the Y. M. C.
A. parlors this evening at 7 o'clock.
! Young wen cordially invited.
Thk Pioneer Loan and Building
Association. wil Jiohl its" regular
m'oiitlily meeting UiIb evening at
,,7 ;!I0 o'clock, at Mclnerny Hull.
A OAl.K was born on Ihu passage of
,tlic Murv'AViiikeliiian from San Fran
cisco. Blifkins sityH if it does not be
come veal it will probably bo a sea
A RUNAWAY hill HI). Ililcllt'll to Ull
express wagon, was ciiukIiI on Hotel
' sheet thin morning by a young man
iuiiuiny upon ipS' whkhh Im'h h"
Til littler); (if (lie Hiiiiciiiii Com I Is
' having' fuiiietit umiIIhuIIoiik fnun
llin Mlhliiia mid I'oliro ooiiiIh for
Itlniil. Kainiwlitin HliiilliiniisiMiil pin
ct'i'Mi'W; nwlun In lliu nnHiiKi) of llm
liov ulimvliiK (luvi'iiiiiiuiil nlllrliO In
iril hvn wri'l( hum in I lio
in Minimum Annui'iu'
iltlliifl ii!iiruii"H Pi"'
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Monday, ?Jov. 3.
The House was opened at 10
o'clock President J. S. Walker in
llii' cluiir with prayer by Kcv. J.
Waiauiau, chaplain. Minutes were
read by Secretary Clias. Wilcox and
Interpreter W. L. Wilcox.
Rep. Nawuhl picsenteil the report'
of the select committee on matters
connected with the resignation of
Dr. Lutz ps house physician to the
Kalihi Branch Hospital. Dr. LuU
had written to the committee, sub
mitting conditions on which he would
withdraw his resignation. These
were that Charles Kahalehili be im
mediately dismissed from the posi
tion of overseer, that Sister Bose
Gertrude be requested to resume
her duties as dispenser at the hospi
tal, that, the Agent of the Board of
Health be forbidden to have any
communication with the patients
without the Doctor's consent, that
the agent keep the list of suspects
strictly private, that the Doctor be
allowed a vacation, and that he have
permission to retire whenever he
thinks necessary. At the desire of
the Board of Health, Dr. Lutz with
drew the last condition. The Board
later decided that a he letter of con
ditions being one to the committee
could not be acted on by the Board.
Dr. LulZjOn Sept., 30 discontinued
visiting the hospital. The commit
tee recommend that the House take
such action in the whole matter as
it may deem wise. Signed by Jos.
Nawahi, II. A. Wideinann, John E.
Bush. A minority report by Cecil
Brown does not agree that the
House should take executive action
in the matter of the resignations of
Dr. Lutz and Sister Rose Gertrude,
but saw no objection to the Board
of Health trying to make such ar
rangements with Dr. Lutz as would
ensure the retention. of his services
for a stated time.
Ren. Riekard moved that the re
port be received and referred to the
Board of Health.
Minister Peterson understood that
the Minister of the Interior intend
ed to bring in a report on , his own
behalf, and moved that tiie report
be laid on the table to await the
Rep. Riekard withdrew his mo
tion. Rep. Nawahi said the Minister of
the Interior did not intend to bring
in a report on the same matter, but
oner recommending that another spe
cialist be brought from Germany
and- another from Japan.
Noble Wideinann believed that
the Minister of the Interior was will
ing to sign the majority report, and
if it was referred to the speaker he
would see the Minister.
Referred to Noble Widemann.
Noble Widemann presented the
report ot the select committee on
the resolution that the Board of Im
migration should investigate the
feasibility of procuring East Indian
laboi immigration. The committee
recommend the adoption of the reso-
Rep. Riekard moved the adoption
of the report. Carried.
Noble Cornwell moved that the
bill for the encouragement of to
bacco cultivation and manufacture
be made the order of the ' day for
Rep. Paehaole moved that, the
constitutional amendment bills be
made the order of the day next to
the labor bijls.
Rep. Hookano move'd in amend
ine:nt'that the Hawaii Railway bill
be included in the resolution.
Rep. White moved in further
amendment that the bill' to prevent
mutilation of coin be included.
Noble Marsden moved, after Rep.
White's amendment had carried,
that another bill be included.
Noble Widemann moved that all
bills on the list be included.
Rep. Bush raised the point of or
der that no new amendment could
be moved after the Chair had begun
to put the question. ' l' '
1 The President ruled the point
Rep. IlooUano's amendment car
ried and the resolution as amended
oimnit ok Tin: pay.
The House proceeded witli the
third readine of the Election Bill.
Sections 72 to 100 (old numbers)
passed witli submitted amendments
and no discussion excopt in the fol
lowing case. v
N)hl6 Muller moved his amend
ment previously submitted, to 6iih
division 12 of the section defining
corrupt practices, which read in the
bill as follows;
"Every person who induces or pro
cures any person to withdraw from
being a candidate at an election in
consideration of any payment or
gift, or pioniiBO of any puymunt or
gilt, and every person who wl
ilrivs in pii'rHuniiliti of hiicIi induce
llliiut or prouuroiuciil."
Tim niiit'iidmeut moved ly Noho
Muller wim as follows s
"Every pni-Non who Inilumm or
. N.Ai K.
piomiri'H or iritm io iiiiiiiue or pin.
ciiru uiiy pnroon to withdraw from
lining a emmllilido id mi I'luutioii or
to imiiwu his rotdHiiiiliuii from tlm
Hoiihii of Noliluu or li'nwiitnllvi"4
i)fiir IiuyKiu Ih'i'ii imi'I'Iim), in roii
iirniiilsi' of miy iiiyimnl nr Hl'li'""
111 Uiyill'llliBllllVj'l),IMilWMI Iim
Uu3Jm ii)' nwiiJi linwiwjiiiiiu'iif
WiWJ JUiUJ.WlilliJUl T5J" llJUlOJiiJUUJiii wT
lie moved this amendment be
cause he considered a person offer
iiig a bribe just as guilty whether he
happens to strike an honest man
who refuses to take it or a dishonest
niibi who takes It ; nor is a person
using threat less guilty, because 'he
happens to threaten a strong-minded
man who i ef uses 10 yield to his
Noble Cornwell moved that the
section pass as in the bill, if the
amendment passed It would make it
criminal for him to try to induce his
own son to withdraw from candidacy.
Rep. Biown moved in amendment
to the amendment that the words
"or of any threat,", be Inserted
after the word "gift" in the original
Noble Midler said he had good
reasons for offering the amendment
and he hoped that the House would
profit by his personal experience.
Noble Widemann said that an
offer of a biibe was as bad as brib
ery itself. In the case of the lion.
Noble from Honolulu he had been
threatened before the election to
either withdraw from the ticket or
be forced out of the firm ; and after
election he was again offered bribes.
Rep. Brown's aniendinrnt. carried.
The bill was passed, to take effect
Jan. 1, 1891.
Noble Widemann moved that it
be referred to Rep.' Paehaole and
himself to see that the versions cor
responded and the sections were
properly numbered. Carried.
THE I.AUOlt 1IIIX3.
The House went into committee
of the whole on the labor bills, Rep.
Paehaolo in the chair. I lie two
bills reported by the commerce com
mittee were taken as the .basis of
consideration, and that of the maj
ority of the committee was ordered
read by sections.,
Rep. Bush, on the first section
being read, moved that the commit
tee of the whole recommend that the
question of the constitutionality of
the bill be referred to the Supreme
Court for an opinion. He hud al
ways held that the proposal to de
port .Chinese after expiration of their
contracts was contrary to the Con
Rep. lirown seconded the motion.
Noble J. M. Horner thought that
all doubt of the constitutionality
could be obviated by striking out
all reference to Chinese, as it was
labor they were after without regard
Iiep. Brown said that it was al
ready settled that any country had
the right to decide what foreign na
tionality should be allowed residence
within its bounds. The question in
volved in the bill was a diu"erent
one, pertaining to restrictions on the
liberty of persons after admission to
Noble Macfurlane was in favor of
getting the opinion of the Supreme
Court. What he wanted to ask the
Attorney-General, who he noticed
was absent, was whether if this
House got an ex parte opinion from
the Supreme Court it would be bind
ing. In the case of Ge Ige and Tur
rill in the late election the Judges
gave an ex parte opinion and then
when the case came before them as
an actuality they went right back on
their opinion. Their excuse was
that thcy could not decide on any
case without having all the facts be
fore them. He would like to ask
the opinion of Rep. Brown as a law
yer on this point.
Rep. Brown supposed that if the
Judges found the law was wrong,
they would take their ex parte opin
Noble Macfarlane would like to
know, if this restriction was put in
compelling the deportation of Chi
nese on the expiring of contracts
and a habeas corpus was sued out,
would the Court release the subject.
For his part he would propose to
put in the restrictions whether the
Court sustained the law or not.
Noble Widemann considered the
case of Gedge and Turrill was xiti
(jencrit, ft was an exceptional, case.
The Judges would tell them that the
opinion now proposed to be'asked
was ex purle, but still he should
like to have that opinion.
Noble J. M. Horner said that a
laborer contracting with him under
this bill would be under his control
until he put'hiin on board the ship.
Hep. Bush said the point was
whether ii was constitutional for the
employer to do that, or for the ship
to hold the man while still under
Noble Baldwin thought" it would
be lis well to refer the matter to the
Supreme Court. Jt was not an In
definite thing, but this bill which
which was to be referred. The
matter particularly in question was
not that which tliey nil' recognized
la be unconstitutional, namely, the
interfering with the liberty of per
sons already in the country, as to
their engaging in trades or business;
hut it was whether or not laborers
could be deported from the. ciuulry
after their cpidrntiU'liml'uxpiretr.
Hep. Nawuhl thought tho House
should exhmiHt Its own losourcm
before uolluitlug tlm opinion of the
Supreme Court. Ho moved that lliu
hill liti ruforrt-'d to tho Attorney
(iniierul for hlu opinion,
Noble Mui'liirlumi, liulng inform
ml Hint tlm motion iiniiuimiidfi
rofurrhiK llm Mil tullu ("mii'l luuim
ilhUoly ufiiir rUIHK 'l,b inniiiliifi
mW Im wiptln favor of Hud ioiiiii,
ii it wiiiimi no mnitif li imvn inn
opinion lipfnh' HimnilliiU two or
lliiW llii)' III iINiiHiiu II in lillk
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i mil iiiiuiiiii
uowojulu, i. i., November a, imu
the lawyers In the kingdom would
not he binding on the Court. He
was in favor of referring the matter
to the Court hut not in the form of
the bill. It should be presented to
the Supreme Court in the shape of
suppositious questions and he made
a motion accordingly.
Noble Widemann moved in am
endment Hint the Attorney-General
and the lion, member for Koolau
poko be n committee to draft the
questions for submission. Carried.
Noble Marsden moved that tho
committee rise and report progress.
The report of the committee of
the whole was ndoplcd, and the
House look recess from 12 to 1 :30.
A NEW ORGANIST.
A rare musical treat was expe
rienced on Sunday morning and
evening by the worshippers attend
ing the St. Andrew's Cathedral ser
vices. Mrs. Qray, who, with her hus
band, lately arrived from San Fran
cisco, presided at the organ and ren
dered some very excellent music;
proving that shu is an artiste- of high
abilities. To the lady's llnu musical
rendering was added the enthusiasm
displayed in the singing of the choir
boys and men.
The Cathedral congregation has
been without an organist since the
resignation of the last incumbent,
and the church oUicials bopo to be
able to perfect an arrangement by
which the now organist may bo in
duced to accept an appointment.
THE MANDAMUS OBEYED.
The Rt. Rcy- Bishop Willis has,
by order of the Supreme Court of
the Hawaiian Kiugdom, given in a
decision issued Oct. 28, 1890, called
a meeting of the trustees of the
Anglican Church in Hawaii, to be
presided over by the Bishop of
Honolulu. The meeting is to be
held in the cathedral schoolroom at
half-past eight o'clock on Wednrs
day morning, November 12, 1890.
This is the earliest day on which it
ia possible for the members of the
board to be assembled for the pur
poses set forth in the late decision
of the Court.
MOVING A BIG BOILER.
A Honokna correspondent writs:
Considerable excitement has been
caused here the last two days through
the removal of a large boiler, the
property of Pacific Sugar Co., which
was landed at Honokaa on this trip
of the Iwalani.
Tho task was undertaken by Mr.
R. T. llickard, and at writing, the
boiler is about midway between the
two plantations with every appear
ance of reaching its destination in
safety. We will give further particu
lars in a day or two.
Prof. W. T. Brigham will give'an
address to the young men of Hono
lulu on "Physical Culture," in the
Y. M. C. A. hall to-morrow evening
at half-past seven o'clock. Mr.
Brigham's well known ability to
speak on this subject, and the re
vival of interest in athletic sports
among the young men of the city
should combine to give the professor
u large hearing. Admission free.
before m'cully, j.
Monday, Nov. 3.
In re guardianship of Frederick
Kirchoff , a minor. Petition of guard
ian, W. C. Parke, to sell Govern
ment bond. Ordered that he be
authorized to sell, etc., etc W. C.
Parke for self.
P. B. & L. A.
rpilE regular monthly meeting of the
I Pioneer Building & Loan Asso
ciation will be held THIS (Monday)
EVENING, at 7:U0 o'clock, in Mc
T. F. LANSING,
m a A T.WQ-ROOMErOottn
AA x. furbished or tiufurnl,
UHM ed, centrally located. Si
ablei for one or two gentlemen. Apply
lit the HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
Honolulu Athletic Association,
THE meeting of the Honolulu Atulp?
tic Association is postponed till
FRIDAY, Nov. 7tl, ou ucoount of the
Sa(lors' 'Home fair to be held at the
Aimory on tho fifth.
C. J. MCCARTHY,
091 2w Secretary.
Purchasers of Lots at Pearl City will
Please Take Notice.
rpill Oahu Railway & Lund Co. have1
1 iii.ide tirruiigrinoiilM to deliver
lumber unci ull Muds of Uulldlng nmtc
rtid 'at tint Pearl Cty Station ut the
rugiilar Honolulu pi Ices.
TIiomi desiring to liulld ul Pearl City
upon land sold by the Company please
rail at lliu Couipuny'H olllre for fnrther
It F. DILLINGHAM.
General Miuiugcr 0. It. & L..Co,
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A ihmmiim Imvliig ululiim again! Ill"
n'luln nf Wnlliigluii (i'inii!l, ih'itiiiM'i,
innl ull uiiin lunnih'ti in dim nunc
HIM In'H.'li)' linllllml Hi !liMiil Illi'lr lilll
mill iiiiiI( iii)iin'iil nlllihi i') ilui iiinl
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-'-- ri ,ii uullhli I Mill.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
The House has disposed of ex
actly one hundred bills, passing 51
three readings and rejecting '10.
The Appropriation Bill as it pass
ed third reading ntrd up the fol
lowing totals, Sec. I being contin
gent on certain regular appropria
tions being exhausted before the end
of the period :
Sec. 1 $3,127,588.12
Sec. 2 121,723.58
See. 3 1.524.859..M
Sec. -1 DC.OOOOO
Grand total .$1,870,171.11
AN EMPEROR'S BIRTHDAY.
The Emperor of Japan being thirty
eight years of age to-day, his birth
day has been appropriately celebrated
by tho Japanese residents of Hawaii.
This morning at nine o'clock the
Royal Hawaiian Band serenaded Mr.
Tuizo Musaki, Japanese Consul, at
his Nmianti street residence. The
men-of-war in the harbor arc all gaily
decorated with bunting and at noon
the usual national salutes weic tired
from lliu shore battery and the war
ships, and this afternoon a largely
attended reception is being held on
board II. I.J. M. S. Tsukuba.
Positively lie Last
Saturday, Nov. 8th.
The Undisputed Champion Scientific &
Artistic Cvclist of the World.
Sails for California on the Alameda
Nov. 15, "1830, so that this will positively
bo his last appearance before the Hono
New features and tiirks in fancy rid
ing will be iutiodiired including im
porsonatinus of Oscar Wilde.
Excursion Train leaves Honolulu at
2:30 P. M.
Tickets for the round trip including ad
mission to the grounds:
Itcnicmher that this is positively
the lust performance! 700 Ct
WOMAN to take care of children
and to do chninbei work. Apply
at Bulletin Olllee. 0!I7 lw
NICE Cottage with six
rooms and bath. Ap
ply at "No. 189 Nimauii Ave-
LARGE Airy Room, up
stairs, uuf urnished, lately
occupied by Howard Hitch
cock Inquire at Anderson .t f.umly's
Dental Oillce. tifll lw
DES1R BLE Five-Koom
Cottnire witli pantile.
detached cook-hoilc. and ser
vants' rooniR, large stable, etc., on Nim
auu Avenue, near School street. Large
yaril wftu'frull trees and choice llowers.
Rent reasonable. Apply to
089 tf Mits. C. AFONG.
A COW and 2 Heifers,
1 and 2 years old;
will ho sold singly or alto
gether. Apply to
Titos, uuitifti i.r-,i.
Fort street, below School street.
BKOWN LEGHORNS I
ROWX Leghorn Cocke
rels fnrsu.c. iniurutiteed
thoroughbred. Address "Ha
waiian Ostrich Farm," Ka
plohinl Park-, Mutual Tle
ELECTION, of OFFICERS.
A T ilio uiiiiiuil inoi'tlnir of thestork-
f ho'deis of the Pali Plantation
held this day. the following
iiMi'im-i. were rlccled to serve
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Whose Baking Qualitiesare Unsurpassed
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Water Wheels & Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc., Etc., Etc,
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