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DAILY BULLETIN s HONOLULU, H. X.,1 NOVEMBER n't 1890.
CORNEH HOTEL &
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
S. EHR1JCH & CO.,
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more commodious qunrtMP t
IVo. 29 FOBT STBEET,
(Near the Custom House)
We are now piepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Clabs Aerated Beverages :
Flail, Sweet, Lemon, Merry or Greet Sole.
Saroaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
UBing exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Dlmoud Blools," Not).
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPfER AND
Sheet Iron Work.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
JJLANTATJON & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Bonders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', BlaokHmltliB', MaohinlBta' L Plumlrn' Tools,
4M.M UiK K Kl K,N S
5fflt"4V "- r -
Kittilwii UUuikIIm, I'rtintM, OHh, VnnilBlii'11, l,uui) fJooilw mill
Hlll'l Mw 'mW WHton's Centrifugals,
Corner Hotel & Fort StrtwtH.
s : HONOJMJMI.
OS &. O1?" Kiufr fc1rt.
and Tin Ware
N(-) 11 If jI.IiIS I
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Tuksdat, Nov. 4.
The House resumed nt 1 :-10.
Minister Peterson resumed the
discussion of the cable bill. He
thought the report should be adopt
ed, passing the bill. It called for
no expenditure of money this pe
riod. No money could be expended,
as the Appropriation Bill was com
pleted. The bill simply placed it
in the power of the Cabinet to con
tract with a company for laying a
cable. This object was one that all
should labor for, as it wns what was
needed to place the Kingdom In the
position nature designed it to hold.
(In answer to Noble J. M. Homer.)
The S2.r,000 ho thought would be a
substantial inducement. It was
what was asked by tlio company
named in last sessions legislation.
That was not a sorub company, con
stituted as it was by such men as
James Campbell, C. 11. Rishop, and
Noble Widcmanu said he hoped
the Cabinet would use its discretion
to save itself from being caught
with chaff. This was not his bill
but he supported it. He understood
that the Navy and State Depart
ments of the United States Govern
ment were anxious to have a cable
laid from San Francisco to Hono
lulu. He did not think the project
would fall into any but decent
hands, not those of shyster lawyers.
Noble Muller, as a member of the
commerce committee, explained the
proposed amendments. They had
made the bill plainer. They had
altered the subsidy from $50,000- to
25,000. They had placed the term
of the franchise at fifteen years, so
that it would be worth while for a
company to come here. They had
made it open to the Cabinet to con
tract for a cable from another coun
try than the United States, which
they considered a wise precaution in
case of such another project pre
senting itself. The subsidy he
thought would not impoverish the
Noble J. M. Horner moved the
adoption of the report with the sub
sidy struck out.
Kep. Rickard moved to strike out
the "sole and exclusive right."
Noble J, M. Horner said they had
been misled. He had been told
that there was no exclusive fran
chise. There might be a company
wanting to lay a cable from British
Rep. Brown said the exclusive
franchise was in the second section.
Noble Widemann was reminded
by the objection of the old country
remark on "fighting about the Em
peror's beer when they had a single
hair in it." L here were not many
companies wanting to give us a ca
ble, aud unless this privilego was
given he thought none would give
Rep, Rickard argued in favor of
his amendment, which was to pre
vent a company holding the fran
chise and doing nothing, keeping
out a company that might be pre
pared for business.
Both amendments were lost and
the report was adopted, the bill to
be read a third time Tuesday.
Second reading of bill to amend
Sees. 1 and 3, Chap. 70, Laws of
1888, to restrict the importation and
sale of opium or preparation thereof.
Considered with favorable report of
select committee. The bill allows
the Court in its disci etion to punish
breaches of the law by fine without
The report was adopted, the bill
to be read a third time Tuesday.
Second reading of bill to regulate
the importation, sale and use of
opium and preparations thereof, in
the Islands of Hawaii, Maui, and
Oahu of this kingdom. Considered
with select committee majority re
port against, and minority report in
favor of, the bill.
Minister Brown moved the adop
tion of the report of the majority.
Rep. J?aehoole moved 'the adop
tion of the minority report.
The rnajority report was adopted,
carryipg the rejection of this bill
and two others with a similar object,
viz., licensing the manufacture and
sale of opium. A motion to recon
sider the vote was lost.
Second reading of bill to provide
for the appointment of two district
justices in the Djstfjot of liana, Isl
and of Maul, and. to fuither provide
that Iluna be divided and made two
separate judiciary districts. Con
sidered with favorable report of ju
Rep. Whito moved that the report
be adopted. Carried, thu hill lo be
read a third time Tuesday.
Second muling of bill relating to
tljo school age of children. Consid
ered with adverse, report of educa
tion committee, which repoiled that
n bill with practically tlie sumo ob
ject hud been indefinitely postponed,
Noble Ciubbu moved thai tlio re
port lie luloplort,
Hup, Itlclum) moved that llio bill
Tlio report was adopted,
SpcoihI romllng of bill to provlilo
ri'tfiiliillons for woiiiuii piOHtltntuu,
Hop. Wttlpiillunl inovtMl Unit It hi)
ruforrml to the mmllury omniniuun,
Nobln Murtilmi niovml Unit tlio
1)111 lit) ImUilliiltvly ii)fit)oiui, Tim
minimi wiv mi i nun uirniiHii, not
nif lit for rtiuiinitf in mi iiniiap
u iiulluij ulnliiiyil iije iuu-
i on. Nolilii wiu mil of
much engrossed In sugar planting
that he was not posted on the su.b
Ject. If the bill went to committee
he would bo prepared to show that
it was necessary. - r
Noble Marsden withdrew his nno
tion, which was renewed by Minis
ter Brown, and carried.
Second reading of bill to amond
Sees. 2, 3, 4, C, 8, 9,o, repeal Sec.
12 of the Act entitled An Act to
amend the Law concerning Road Su
pervisors and the disposition of the
road tax, audio establish local Road
Boards, and to define their duties,"
approved November 25th, 1887.
Considered with report of select
committee thai submitted it. and
that recommended the Indefinite
postponement of a bill "to provide
for Urn-appointment of Road Super-vlsnrs-b.i-Chicf
for the Island of Ha
waii, to Include also the Islauds of
Molokai and Lanni ; for the Island
of Oahu and the Island of Kauai :
and to provide for the disposition of
the road tax."
Rep. Brown explained tho hill,
which he drafted for the committee,
and moved that the bill be consider
ed section by section.
Noble Muller moved an amend
ment providing that the ballots be
on yellow paper. Carried, and the
section passed as amended, as fol
lows: Sec. 1. Section 2 of said Act is
hereby amended so that the same
shall read as follows :
"Sec. 2. There shall be elected
by tluj qualified voters of each tax
ationJ)istriet at the next general
election of Representatives and No
bles lo be held in the year 1802, and
at every general election theicafter,
three competent residents of each
taxation (?) district of the Kingdom
who shall act as and be the Road
Board of the District for which they
arc olected. Such persons shall be
elected and hold olllce for the term
of two years flora the day of elec
tion. The ballots for such election
shall be the same as is designated by
law for the election of Representa
tives but shall be printed on yellow
paper, and the election shall in all
respects be carried on and proclama
tions made as is now or may here
after be provided for by the general
election laws of the Kingdom. There
shall be a separate ballot box to re
ceive the ballot cast for the members
Of the Road Boards.
In the event of the death or re
signation of any member of a Road
Board, such vacancy shaft be filled
by the Minister of the Interjpr. The
appointment to such vacancy shall
be for the unexpired term of oflice
of the person so dying or resigning.
The members of suuli Road Boards
shall elect one of their number to
be chairman of said Board. The
members of such Road Boards shall
serve without pay.
Sec. 2 passed, as follows:
Sec. 2. Section 3 of said Act is
hereby amended so that it shall read
as follows :
'Sec. 3. The Road Boards shall
have tho entire charge apd control
of the public labor on all roads,
bridges and public highways, within
their respective districts and shall
have the supervision and control, of
the expenditure of all road taxes
and all monies appiopiiated by the
Legislature and used in making and
repairing the same, and in such
amounts as the respective Boards or
a majority of the members thereof
may decide. The Minister of the
Interior shall upon the nomination
of the respnetive Road Boards or a
majority of each of such Road
Boards appoint a competent person
in each taxation District of the
Kingdom to be Road Supervisor for
such taxation district. Suid Road
Supervisor may be removed at any
time by the Minister of the Interior
upon the written request of the
Road Board or a majority of the
members of such Road Board.
Nothing herein contained shall be
construed so as to prevent one per
son fiom holding the position of
Road Supervisor for more than the
one taxation District for which he
was originally or first appointed."
Rep. Brown desired the House lo
consider the next section, which
.stipulated that the bond of the
Road Supervisor shall not exceed
the csli mated amount of the road
tax of ,thc District. ' '
There would be a large amount of
taxes in some districts, as, fpr in
Noble J. M. Horner thought the
bill was going back to the old cou
tralizing system. The Minister of
the Interior had the appointment of
the Road Supervisor.
Several members Not at all.
Noble Horner went on to criticize
the bill, It should bp avowed to
rest two years. The ot)er day a
boiler was drawn a distance of ten
miles over tho road in Ilamakua,
which could never have been done
before, nnd that road was due to the
woik of tho Road Board.
Noblo Mursdcn Oh, yes ; it could
huvo been douo before
No I ilo Cornwall said if tlio Minis
ter wasn't to appoint the road super
vIhqis, Jiu conk) pot understand
Noblo I'arkor called tlio lion, No
blo to ordur, uu lio didn't I; now wlmt
lio wi tulltlng about,
Hop, Jtr(wii Wull, If you riJoot
IIiIm hill, wo will Iiiivu to ilo uwiiy
nltli mud bom il.
Nolilo Miirioo (looking toward
lib lliimuliim oi)liiii(jiiii mid npuuli.
Inn In winiiliiu; lniii)t)Tlmt,i Jul
II. Tint hill hiiii'I ilo uny Iuu in.
Tin muiloii mm, ii illd iuu
lUlwIlM IDUlloili WIlJlUUl lllsWllilUJl,
m 0 mm j u am m 11
hereby amended so that it shall read
"Sec. -1. Tho Road Supervisor
shall, before entering upon the duties
of his oflice, file In the Interior
Office a bond with sulllcicnt sureties
to the Minister of the Interior in a
penal sum not to exceed tho esti
mated amount of the Road Tax of
the District. Said bond shall bo
conditioned for a faithful disposition
of, and accounting for, the road
moneys which may be paid to him
or his order or expended by him in
tho road work of tho District.
Sec. 4. Section C of said Act is
hereby amended so that the same
shall read as follows:
uSec. 0. A full tccord shall be
kept by the Road Supervisor of all
business transacted at any meeting
of the Road Board and of tho work
done in the District. Full account
shall also be kept by him of nil
moneys received, showing the source
from when derived and of all moneys
paid out, showing also tho locality
in which expended, whether for labor
or material, and tho persons lo whom
paid. Such records and accounts
shall be open to the inspection of
any tax-payer residont in the district,
at any of the meetings of the
Sec. 5. Section 8 of said Act is
hereby amended so that the same
shall read as follows:
"Sec. 8. All Road Taxes shall
be paid into tlc Public Treasury
and the amount so paid in from each
district shall be a special deposit in
the Treasury to the credit of such
district to be paid out only upon the
Road Supervisors which order shall
also be con met signed by the chair
man of the Road Boards. The Min
ister of Finance shall under no cir
cumstances, allow such special depo
sits, or any part thereof, lo be used
for any other purpose than to pay
the drafts which may be drawn by
the Road Supervisor and counter
signed by the chairman of the Road
Board as hereinbefore provided.
Sec. G. Section 9 of said Act is
hereby amended so that Hie same
shall read as follows:
"Sec. 9. The Road Supervisor
shall, at the end of each quarter,
send to the Minister of the Interior
a detailed statement of the work
done in his district during the
quarter, and also a detailed financial
statement, setting forth all receipts
and expenditures, accompanied by
vouchers for all expenditures.
Sec. 7. Section 12 of the said
Act shall be and the same is hereby
Rep. Brown explained that the
latter section abolished the olllce of
Road Supervisor for Honolulu after
the Act came into effect. He moved
thut a new section be inserted, to be
called Section 8, as follows:
"Sec. 14. Any new roads the
construction of which shall have
been provided for by the Legislature
ouside of tho road taxes, may be
constructed by the Minister of the
Interior without reference to the
District load Boards."
Sec. 8 was changed to Sec 9, and
the date, " day of February,
1891, to "the first day of January,
1892, and passed as follows:
Sec. 9. This Act shall lake effect
and become a law from and after the
dale of its approval, provided how
ever that every act, matter and
thing, requisite, required, or neces
sary to be done for the carrying out
of the provisions of the act entitled
"An Act to amend the law concern
ing Road Supervisors and the dispo
sition of the road tax, mid to estab
lish local Road Boards, and to define
their duties," approved November
25th, 1887, between the day of the
dale of the approval of this act and
the 1st, day of January, 1892, shall
be done and pei formed the same as
if the said act had not been altered
The title was amended to corres
pond with amendments in the bill,
and the bill passed, to be read a
third time Tuesday.
Two other bills on road matters
were indefinitely postponed.
Noble Crabbe moved a reconsider
ation of the vote on the bill relating
to the school ago of children. Car
ried, and the bill passed, to bo read
a third time Tuesday.
Second reading of bill adding lo
the list of articles of import free
from customs duties. Considered
with recommendation of the finance
comnijttee that it be indefinitely
Minister Brown thought it inad
visable, after passing the Appropria
lion Bill, to pass a measure i educing
the revenue. He moved the adop
tion of tho committee's report. Car
ried. Second reading of bill lo regulate
tho impoilaliou of live slock, and to
prpyjde for the thorough inspection
and quarantine of all such live stock
so imported. (Si)bstitiited )y sooct
committee for bill introduced by
Rep. Hrown moved the passiigo
of tho bill. It would not interfere
with plantation owners or olhors Im
porting catilo for thoir own uho, but
placed a Mcciibo fee of 8250 on
dealers Importing cuttle,
Tho bill passed, to bo road a
third tlmi) 'j'uosduy,
Second ruadliiK of 1) lq Ungulate
nnd J'rovidu for thu j'n4ii!utlon,
Touting,' Ktorugo mid Ko of Jfufft.
uonu Oil, innl id Hupunl id) l'u)i9 of
tin A't iippioyudon !liu T'lilrttit'idli
Duy of May, A-1). IWiH, iiroylilliiu
"i'or ilm l'lotiiutioii of lfp mill
1'iopurly iipliint KkiiIokIvp Hu)
Minima niiio)' limn liiiiiiiimiiiir."
IJiliiijim tit ('liuplm iii of f hi
I'jwiu Ojjili'i jJijdIijiw) Dj Ijii Jliu hi w
hmot urn, In aWIS am I
tor 22 of the Laws of 1878 and
Chapter 24 of the Laws of 1880, in
consistent with the provisions of
this Act. Considered with report of
commerce committee, recommend
ing passage with amendments sub
mitted. The bill passed on motion of Rep.
Kanealll, .to be road a third time
Second reading of bill to repeal
Chap. 32, Laws of 1887, and to re
enact various laws defining tho
duties of Governors.
Rep. Brown moved the bill be
laid on the table to be considered
with other bills on the subject. It
could not become law if passed now,
a decision of the Supremo Court
being to the effect that repented
laws cannot be rc-cnactcd by title.
Second reading of bill to provide
for checking and controlling tho
spread of lantaua and other noxious
Rop. Brown moved it be referred
to the Commission already appoint
ed on tho subject, to report at next
Second reading of bill to cioate,
maintain and operate machinery for
generating, distributing and supply
electric light and power.
Rep. Brown moved it be made
the order or the day to-morrow, as
it was likely to produce a debate.
Second reading of bill to prohibit
the sale of tobacco to children under
fifteen years of age. Considered
with repoit of education committee,
recommendiue its passage. The
bill provides a penalty of a fine not
exceeding one hundred dollars, and,
if the offense is committed by a
licensed dealer, he shall forfeit his
license after the second offense.
Rep. Hookano and Nobles W. Y.
Horner and Marsden (at once) mov
ed the adoption of the committee's
Noble Muller moved the indefinite
postponement of the bill. It would
require that youthful young men
should carry birth certificates in
their pockets to enable them to buy
a cigar. A man could not send his
son to buy tobacco for him.
Noble Marsden considered it ne
cessary to stop the sale of tobacco
to young children. I did not use
tobacco until I was twenty-five, and
look at me now. (Displays his huge
proportions amidst general laugh
ter.) The bill passed, to be read a third
The House adjourned at 3 :50.
TO THE LADIES !
Or Han FrnnrlHco,
(1'ioprlclor of thu Reilfern House, Mar
ket Street, under Palace Hotel),
Intends to remain in Honolulu for the
next three or four months for the beueUt
of his health, during which time ho has
concluded to open a
Ladies'Tailoring & Dressmaking
Ladies wishing to have their Fall and
Whiter Costumes made will do woll to
call at once to secure their orders. '
Riding Habits, Genuine Tailor-made
Costumes, Traveling Ulsters, Jackets,
all theLatest Designs In
Promenade and Evening Costumes.
EJf His universal reputatlou as a
Flter and DieRsmaker Is too well
known to need any further recommaud
atlnn. He will guarantee peifect satls
tiun. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
(Over Temple of Fashion.)
J make a specialty of repairing line
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,
And Kuarauteo llrst-ohiBs work at
model ate pi lues.
Hotel t., under tho "Arlington."
AT the ailjoiirned animal nieotliH,-nf
Ihp ivnluda Sngar On, linli) a) tint
ofllni of distlii & (Vmki. i t. Mil, Mm
following oi'ui8 wciu clouted for tho '
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Hon, 8. N, UhhOu ,, ....Tii'iimuer,
J, II. A'tliortoii Kuoiotiiry,
U. M. Cooko Auditor,
J. II, ATUKHTON,
fporutury K, H, Co.
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Hjc jiUltllUjf li) ki:'I! ijjujj-
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From San Franoisoo.
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Zealandia Nov 15.... Nov 22
Alameda Doc 13 Bee 20
For Son Franoisoo.
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vtnt has FiiAiV4:iic,
Tin) new and fine Al Hteel stimmahlp
Of tUeOcpunioBtemnslilpCiiniimny, will
bo due at Honolulu fnn rtjdinn
ami Auckland u ir alioiu
Nov. 15, 1890.
And will leave fui the above jxnl will,
umih ainl purtseugeiB un or niioul tli.ii
I'or fruit; in r panuaue, Imviuir HIJ.
IMiitlMIJ ACCOMMODATIONS, npi.h
W1X Q. IHWIN & CO.. Affeut.
For Sdney and Auckland.
''ho imw nnd nno Al steel HleMiixtnp
Of tue Oct aufcBleaniMup Company, wilt
lie due at Honolulu from flan
Francisco on or ahoiit
lov. 22, 1890.
I Aim win uave prompt dispatch with
, iiiuiib uuu inaeu;urB ior ineauovo porta
For fruight or passage, having SU
I'KUIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, applj
V WM, G. DWIN & CO.. Agenu
Win. G. Irwin & Company,
OKFEH FOB SALE
JLiiwio &c Oewnesit,
PARAFFINE PAINT Q0V8
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
BUCK & OHLAUBT'8 v
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
Foirbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb, tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS,
fB8a2Sau?-t-i'-1: ... riSCEKfc
Tho Iiored'tarv Wood uolson of
ouiuiuitiuureiupi m wi'j uuucaio uasuiu
of the brain, mental we fciiesios and
infirmities, idiocy and Infinity. It eu"
laigea tfie (laiiuaoi the in out, (nipiiirg
thu hnnftft nf articll mill ti.Vic nr In, nha
Into, consuming nice s an 'liu ncefe. til
destroys iuu mnea, . r nils Uicm -Willi
tuberculous s-uellona li eats away
the coaling of the binmach, ullage's
tho liver. loij'S tho kiilnejs, cioJes
constipation nod indices piles No
human att-W'y run so ppo-dlly, per
manently mid t-rnnouilcrdly den'tinn the
blood of h'Tof' lous lil. on. ( ear Ihe
IcomjiloAlon and skin, w.ilp an I i lend,
(19 HOIIIOI-H K)I'(I1 XVO. U, tUU
great blood jnnltkr.
Router's Healing Soap
U It iilwayH If you w!ih for a fair,
olwirekui, a Mift, h ii!o ;liln. dlvis
n nntiiril tint, 1 up u fr Mum-H, ru
moves blotchw, piovotiU nniiitluuy,
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