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DAILY BUIjUHSTIN s HONOLULU, H. L,4 NOVEMBER 4, 1890.
CORNER HOTEL &
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
S. EHELXCI1 & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Htrwuta.
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarter? ut
Wo. 29 F,OJRrJ? STFJR.ESEiT,
(Near the Custom House)
We are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages :
Lemon, StMtay or
Plain; Sweet. Lemon. Strawberry or Cream
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.
" Dlmonil BlocW No.
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE;
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
H93 Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
.Builders-, aod General- Hardware, AgricnlturaU Implements,
SfflmE FURNISHING G()JDS !
Kitdlion Uldiinilw, I'ttiulH, OIIh,
done rii J JVflorolut.iMliHe.
m I'uuips, whom wiiir
WJjeoi I OHiiiS, j
OS &. &T King- Wlvoet.
and Tin Ware
Machinists' & Plumbora' Tools,-
VurnlHlicB, ,itni (Jc'mmIh ami
llfilgiu liwlg Mttctilm,
fkitli I Sil M mm
The House resumed at 1 :15.
Second reading of bill relating to
the Cabinet. Considered with re
ports of judiciary committee there
on the majority recommending in
definite postponement, the minority
recommending its passage, and Kcp.
Halstead sttbmmitting a new bill.
Kep. Brown moved that he
amended bill pass.
Rep. 11. W. Wilcox moved it be
Rep. Brown thought the bill
should pass. They had in the early
part of the session witnessed an
exhibition of the evil that this bill
was intended to prevent. If one
member of the Cabinet could hold
ills colleagues at bay and all four
refuse to resign, the result was lia
ble to be a chaotic condition serious
to the country.
Rep. Nawahi was opposed to the
bill, as it provided no icmcdy for a
tie in the Cabinet two to two.
Noble Marsdcn supported the mo
lion to indefinitely postpone the bill,
because it would not do any good.
It did not compel the dissenting
member to resign, or the King to re
ject his advice.
Rep. Paehaole instanced the ob
jection often heard to the House
interfering with the Board of Health,
and thought this bill going further
in interference with the Executive
was worse. He moved the previous
question, which carried.
The bill was indefinitely postpon
ed. 17 to l.'i.
Second reading of bill to extend
the duties of the Commissioners on
Agriculture (introduced by Noble
Burchardt). Considered with unani
mous report of commerce committee,
recommending indefinite postpone
ment. The bill made it the duty of the
Commissioneis to seek to prevent
the introduction into this kingdom
of any noxious plants and all plants
which will be injurious 1o the agri
cultural and grazing interests of the
country, and to seek to exterminate
any sucu noxious ami injurious
plants now existing in or hereafter
introduced into the country.
Minister Brown moved that the
report be adopted. Carried, and a
motion to reconsider lost.
Second reading of bill to re-enact
the law providing for a Hawaiian
(native) Board of Health.
Rep. Biown moved the bill be
lead by title, and, that being; car
ried, that it be referred to the sani
tary committee. Lost.
Noble Crabbe moved the bill be
indefinitely postponed. Carried,
and a motion to reconsider lost.
Second reading of bill to provide
forthe keeping of all Government ac
counts in both English and Hawai
ian. Rep. R. W. Wilcox moved it be
referred to the military committee.
Noble Marsdcn moved it be in
definitely postponed. The Appro
priation Bill was paused, and there
would be no money to pay the
double force of clerks required 1)3'
Rep. Paehaole moved the bill
The motion to indefinitely post
pone carried, aiu a motion to re
consider was lost.
Second reading of bill to continue
the subsidy heretofore granted for
mail communication between the
Hawaiian Islands and the United
States of America.
Section 1. A subsidy of Fifteen
Hundred Dollars for each round
trip shall be paid to the Oceanic
Steamship Company for carrying
the inails betwpen the ports of Hono
lulu, in the Hawaiian Islands, and
San Francisco, in the United States
of America, respectively : said sub
sidy to commence from the JJlst of
March, A. D, 1890.
Rep. Brown moved to substitute
"fifteen hundred dollars" witi "onp
thousand dollars." Also, to add
the words, "and expire on the 31st
of March, A. D. 1892." The lattor
amendment was to prevent giving a
vested right to the company to draw
the subsidy longer than the next
Legislature might decide.
Noble Muller moved to amend
Sec. 2 to the effect that the subsidy
paid shall not exceed two thousand '
dollars a month.
Noble Cornwell could not see why
the amount in the bill should he re
duced when the House had appio
printed enough to pay at that rate.
Rep, Nawahi said that notwith
standing the reduction in the exist
ing law, the company was charging
all the way to 75 cents a bunch on
bananas; therefore he moved the
bill be indefinitely postponed.
Nojric Cornwell said that if the
bill passed the company could not
charge more than ) cunts.
Noble Baldwin moved thp amount
hihs h In the bill, with nn amend
ment that no more bo paid than tho
U'gUlutnru amiropi latos.
ffohlu j, M, Horner "Hkod liow
Urn jMH.DOO appropriated was going
to coiruupnnd will) tliu amount In Urn
MlnlNlur Hrmvn BtutmJ Hint iu
niinimiiy Intel liunii ilnwlnu MOOD a
IHOIilli, iilllwuujli liuijinv!i!uli!in,
NqIiIii Miillur wnt nmm to Ilia
iiiiiciiiliiiwit HinllliiK iliu tlniti to
Tiit' pill m ImlBlluUnJy iipsliiou
ph juuTij wim lo immmt m
Second rending of bill to encour
age the cultivation of coffee. Head
by title, on motion of Rep. Brown,
and referred J.6 the commerce com
mittee. Second reading of bill relating to
the Justices of the Supreme Court..
Minister Peterson moved an am
endment making the number of As
sociate Justices four instead of
tlnce as in the bill.
Rep. Brown moved that the bill
he 'indefinitely postponed.
The hill was indefinitely postpon
ed, and a motion for reconsideration
Second reading of bill to author
ize the constructruction of railways
for agricultural purposes over the
lands of those not benefited thereby.
Considered section by aectiom
Noble Muller moved that Sec. 1
Rep. Paehaole moved that tho
section and the whole bill bo inde
Noble Muller did not think the
House should' indefinitely postptnu
every bill. This was a very neces
Rep. Brown supported the bill, as
did Nobles Widcmann and Bald-
Rep. Paehaole withdrew his mo
tion and the section passed.
Sec. 2 passed ; also Sees. 3 and 4
with amendments moved by Rep.
Brown. Sec. 5 passed, and Sec. fi
was added, providing that the Act
siliall take effect from and after the
date of its approval. The bill pass
ed to be read a third time Friday.
Second reading of bill to amend
Section 280 of the Civil Code. It
provides for the appointment by the
Board of Health of three agents in
each Judicial District of the King
dom, and such other suitable agents
in such localities as the Board may
deem necessary to carry into effect
all regulations for the public health.
Ren. Brown moved the bill pass.
It was nedessary to have such agents
in the districts, where the new law
relating to lodging houses would re
quire some work.
Minister Brown said agents under
the law referred to had already been
appointed all over the kingdom.
Rep. Rickard, introducer of the
bill, spoke in its behalf.
Rep. Paehaole moved the bill be
indefinitely postponed. Carried,
and a motion to reconsider lost.
Second reading of bill to transfer
the Post Olllce from the Department
of Interior to the Department of
Rep. Cuminings moved that the
bill be indefinitely postponed.
Minister Brown inoyed to jnsert a
new section (5), providing that ap
propriations under the Interior De
partment for the Postal Bureau be
drawn by the Minister of Finance.
It was not necessary to discuss the'
bill, its object being simply to re-i
dtice the work of the Interior De
partment. Noble Wulemann supported the
amendment and moved to number
the following section as C. Carried.
Rep. Brown moved to fill the blank
in the bill, so as to make it Come
into effect Jan. I, 1891.
Second readiug of bill to amend
the liquor law Of 1882. As amend
ed bv the liquor committee the bill
provides: "Who ever shall manu
facture any intoxicating drink or
substance of over four peicent of
alcoholic strength in this Kingdom
without license shall be liable to a
fine not exceeding two hundred and
fifty dollars, and, in default of pay
ment of such fine, shall be imprison
ed at hard labor for a term not ex
ceeding one yaar."
Noble Muller moved that the bill
be indefinitely postponed. The ex
isting law prohibited the inapufac
ture of liquor for sale, and he did
not think any person should be for
bidden from making liquor for his
Rep. Paehaole wanted to know if
the 'bill included sour potato and
awa. ir so, the Hawaiian members
should he prepared to give an ac
count of their action to their consti
tuents. Noble J. M. lforppr considered
the bill had been sullfcicntly discus
sed on its introduction, when some
stuff from Lahaina was exhibited
which analyzed seyen percept qf
alcohol. The House woud do gQoi)
by passing the bill, as it was intend?
ed to pave life. They iiad'becn told
of vigorous young men sent to theii
graves, who would be alive and well
but for such stuff.
Rep. White moved to make the
limit seven percent, and moved that
the ayes and noqs be called on his
The bill was indefinitely postponed
and a motion to reconsider lost.
Third reading of bill to provide
for a Police Justice for tho District
of llanialaia, Island of Hawaii.
Considered with favorable report of
select committco on this bill, and
rocommonding tho rejection of other
Police Justico bills.
Noble Muller moved that the re
port ho adopted,
Rep. Paehaole moved that the re
port he considered with the bills in
The report was adopted.
Hop. Hiukurd moved that the bill
Iop, I'uiiliiiolu moved Unit It bu
Tim hill piibbud, ' (lllllb lo up.
point 'oil I'd Juutlctm for Kim, Idum,
hlolfildll, Npilh lllh, mill for "all
DUtilutb uf Dm lliiwiillmi Kingdom"
hid HMli'l lllimy puumimiw i
NULUJIIl) l!lUI( b. Ifl
lin hvimlnii mill IhuuiIIiik n( ndililu
11 lUV m.tfttiinii Is mills, uuiuiijur
iiuuiu imiuii ur mwi mm
wwmmMuy m mmM
ment exempting pet rabbits in cap
tivity. Noble Muller moved that the bill
be indefinitely postponed. The next
thing would bo a bill to prevent the
keeping of elephants.
Rep. Brown moved the bill pass.
It was a wise precaution against
Hiieli a pest as Australia wns suffer
ing from, where thousands of pounds
were expended annually in the at
tempt to exterminate these animals.
Noble Cornwell had introduced
the bill on the Information that
a person on Hawaii was breeding
rabbits for sale. If the Noble who
previously moved indefinite postpone
ment with such a display of wit
should have his fine domain on Ha
waii overrun with these animals, ho
might have yet to drive a hack in
stead of being a great cattle king.
Noble Widemann was not afraid
that the hon. introducer of the bill
would ever be reduced to hack
driving from the operations of rab
bits. He related instances of where
the animals had been introduced on
the group years ago, but in all of
which they failed t6 Ihrive. The
bill he considered was superlluous.
Noble J. M. Horner thought that
if the hon. Noble had been a prac
tical man he would never have in
troduced the bill.
Noble Cornwell (warmly) I in
troduced that bill on the recom
mendation of one of the constitu
ents of the hon. Noble from Ila
tnakua. Noble Homer, continuing, said
there was another little animal in
the country that would do the work
intended by this bill.
Noble Marsdcn The mongoose.
They'll get away with them.
Noble Horner said yes, the mon
goose would clear them out.
Noble Muller withdrew his mo
tion, which was at once renewed by
The bill passed, to be read a third
The House adjourned at A
TO THE LADIES !
Or Hun FrnnclMPO,
(Pioprletor of the Tteilfern House, Mar
ket Street, under Palace Hotel),
Intends to remain in Honolulu for the
next three or four months for the beiiptlt
of his health, dining which time he bus
concluded lo open a
Ladi es' Tailoring & Dressmakingi
bailies wishing to have their Fall anil
Winter ('oitiiini-s iniule will do wt'll hi
call at once to seeuie their nitlers,
Kidiiifi Habits, Qenniun Tailor-made
Uotume.s, Tiavi'llng Ulsteib, .Jackets,
all thcT.ihcst Designs in
Promenndo and Evening Costumes.
tS'Ilis universal reputation as a
Fitter and Dressmaker is too well
known to need any further recoimn nid
ation. He will guarantee peifect satls
tipn. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
(Over Temple of Fashion.)
AT the adjourned annual meeting of
the Koliala Sugar Oo. held at t'u
olllce of Castle & Cooke, Oet, :I0I1i, tliu
following olllceis weie elected for ihu
S. O. Allen President,
Hon. J. M Smith. ..Vice-President,
Hon. S. N. Caslle Ticnsmer,
J. 11. Athuiton Secictiuv,
0. M. Cooke Auditor.
J. B. ATHEHTOX,
Hecietiuy K. S. Co.
Hpnoluhi, Oct. 31st, 1800. CDS lw
From p)d after ths date we
will nut ho responsible for any
freight after same has been
lauded. Pintles to whom
freight is consigned must bo tit
the landing to receive their
WILDEK'S S. S. Co.
Honolulu, Sept. 5, 18'JO. C50 tf
FHOM and after this date we will not
bo responslbhi for any freight idler
same has beon dollvcied at any station.
Parties to whom freight Is coimlfmt'd
imiRt bo at tho station to leceivu their
Nil f i eight will bo received for ship
ment between tliu hours of 8 :IS0 and t)
o'clock a. in , and between 1 ;30 and 'J
o'clook p in. ,
TrnliiH will not bo detained for hIiIji
inuut of fmlglit without epeelul iiiiiuign-
r No freight will ho luetilved after
HiIh iliiln iiiiIi'hh uhurgiiK inn piepuld.
OAIIU HAHVAV A IANI ')
w , 0, Ashley, Hinmrintuiiiliiiii,
Honolulu, Oct, i, jfiiK), ' 7 (
fpiJI'J niiiliirMKlh'il Inivn IliU ihiy
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pum"" vi nymm in ii)',
ii)!ir llimimilii iif .III" Qui
Of), 'I'm' 111
in n in iiiii
u i 'i in i.
Tlio )mct tnrv Worn! nolson of
set nf ula iIpm io' fn ilw delicate tUsut s
or tiic ur.iln. muttol wo ktiosci liud
tiiiiniiit'c,, ImcKV i.ii I inanity. Itrn
higes the plan. 6 t the th o.it, Impairs
tho MMisfl of ruHl .mil t'Lsie or hunks
Into coiiMhulu ' nice sou- tin m rlc It
jjdvstriiys tliu lui (. r (ills Ultra with
tiiuu'cuinua 3rcuoiii it, eats away
iho ooatliiff ol Uip stnmnrh, tillages
tlie liver, i Ios tho klibievs. cro tm
constipation mm Iwh'rcs pHw No
huninn nircin-y rr.n po ppe-tlily. per
manently and ff oiinmicnlly cWnso tl u
blood nf sciof"li)iis in.rm, t'lear ihu
complexion and fh in, tedp nul i lnod,
tia BtcutcrV jnij So. 2, the
great blood puritkr.
Reuter's Healing Soap,
Upo it always if von wish for a fair.
clear skin, aVoft, s tiijilo nUiu. QlviH
a nuturtt tint, Impuis fr slmesJ, ro
inovt! blotohiM, puctiU tirupliuus.
HOLLISTER & CO.
Disti Uniting Agents.
16 Uummi St., Honolulu, 11, 1.
Soto Agents lu the lldwallau Islamla for
"Old Magnolia" & "0. P. T."
Fine Bourbon Whiskies,
Lachman & Jacubi's
Celebrated California Wines
AKo, always In stock, a full Use or tbe choicest
We have for
Sarsaparilla k Iron Water,!
Manufactured by Schmidt Cfc Co.,
Stockton, Calu. It is the most
wholesome ami delicious tonic and
beverage of the age.
868 Orders fiom the other Islands
promptly attended to and goods care
fully packed for shipment. 032 3ta
IN DARKEST AFRICA i
The completo gtory of Stauley" recent thrilllns
adventures ami the dlsclosiirei t( hb Importaut
aiaooYerles will aiinear for tho first tlrao la the
work written, liy himself, ontltltd "lu Darkest
Africa. " Dj not ho il. colvcil hy any of tho o
called 'Stanley boo ks" uow bcinir offered as "gen
uli)eMand"atithtulic." To no one of these has
siamey comriDuieii aline.
i nercl no queauon niwut this Btatcmcut belnv
correctin every particular. Wo guarautoe It, and
There I a do ciueatton ivluut this statement being
will el ve mnicuLira on arnllcation.
la onier not to be iniBlcd, seo
that tho book bears tho Ira.
l: Int of
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
And that tho canvassing asent cnrrlca a certificate
oi Htfency irom ua.
A. L BANCROFT & CO.
132 POST STREET,
General Agents for the Pacific Coast.
J. W. Chamb'erlin,
Sole Agent tor Hawaiian Kingdom.
I make a specialty of repairing lino
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,
And i;iarauteo first-phis jyprk af
Hotel St., under tho 'Arlington."
A NATURAL Mineral Water. For
sale only by
W. S. LUOB,
Solo Agent & Importer for the Ha
waiian Islands, 523 tf
California Lands I
r API'LY TO
A, ilIOHOI I
188 tf 1J Merchant st., Honolulu,
(Minn (ivt ))iy' IUii. fljijr
will iimvinw li
lllit limw' 'n)ii l if (Jim
'J iLfM tim
Oceilc Steams! Coinp'y,
From San Franoiseo.
Lenvo Due at
S. P. Honolulu
Zcalaudia Nov 16 Nov 22
Alameda Dec 13 Dec 20
For San' Franoiseo.
Leave Due at
Alameda Oct 2!. . . . Nov 16
Mariposa Nov 20.... Deo 13
Zealandia Dec 24.... Jan 10
Intormodialo S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F.
Friday. . .NoV 7
Friday. . .Dec 6
Friday. . . Nov 21
Friday ..Dec 18
iiiisimliM Mmi Umu
lie new und line Al fcteel Htcntnaliiu,
Of UiuOcramcHtnuiiKliliiC'uiiipaiiy, wltl
lie due ut Honolulu from Hyilnw
ami Aiicklantl ou or aliitut '
Nov. 15. 1890.
Anil will leave foi the above poii will
niullo ami passengers on or about, tlmt
,.?Rr. frh'M oi passa.ne, h-iving SIJ.
I'KKIOK AOCOMMODAT10NU, aptdy
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., AgenU,
For Sydney and Auoklano.
Tho uow anil One Al steel Bifninlitr v
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco nn or aliout
IMov. 22, 1 890.
And will have prompt dispatch -witb
malls and passengers for the above porta
For freight or passage, having HU
PERIOR AU00MA1ODATION8, 'appH
to Vl T
7 WM, G. IRWIK & CO.. Agent,
Win.- G. Irwin S Company,
S-iime &c CUenaeiit,
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.,
BUCK & OHLANDT'S
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lh. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
. DAILY BULLET
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To Its Job Printing Room
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