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Tuesday, Aug. 2, 1802.
Tlio Assembly reconvened from re
eess nt I :-l o'eloek and discussion of
lines 7 and 8, of Bill WW A, relative to
duties, was continued. The subject
matter of the lines mentioned was
"Chinese clothing manufactured or
imported from China, ready made
and wearing apparel of every descrip
tion niado up whole or in part,
twenty-five per cent."
Considerable discussion ensued on
the mnt tor, the prevailing opinion
being that it discriminated unjustly
against Chinese and was besides in
contrauntion to treaties existant.
On motion the ayes and nays were
called on a motion to strike out, the
result being 30 in favor of the mo
tion to eight against, and the item
was struck out, the following nuun
be rs voting against, viz.:
Ministers Wideinann, Spencer,
Nobles J. "I. Horner, Dreier, Heps.
Pun, Hush, A. Horner, Kaunamaiio
Ab-sent Minister Parker, Xoblo
Kauhanc, Baldwin. Cornwell. Thurs
ton, Kauoa, Heps. Ashford. Naliiuu,
Noble Neumann gave notice of re
consideration a week from this day.
Hep. Smith believed that such no
tice could not be given. A motion to
reconsider should be made and acted
on within twenty-four hours.
After a few words on each side
the question was allowed to quietly
Line '.) of Section 1, (one of the de
ferred items) relative to ''Chinese
provisions and general merchandise,
twenty-live percent.'' was brought
up and with but little argument was,
on motion, struck out.
Sections 1, 2 and W of the "Bill wuie
then passed as amended.
Section -l was amended to read
"All laws and parts of laws incon
sistent with this Bill are hereby re
pealed." and passed.
Noble Neumann now moved to
strike out the enacting clause. Noble
Marsden objected to any such action.
He could not understand why such
a motion should bo made after three
days of time being well expended on
the Bill. He moved the clause pass.
Xk-ii. Smith Ibuugbt Unit Noble,
Neumann was endeavoring to per
petrate one of his usual jokes or olso
was in one of his ugl" moods and felt
spiteful. He supported the motion
to pass the clause. -
Noble Neumann said that it was
not intended as a joke, his motion.
The members would learn by-and-byo
that they were now passing a
worthless Bill. There would be a
chance to wrestle with soveral exist
ing treaties before the Bill was in
operation. The reputed parents of
the Bill, the "Ways and Means Com
mittee, even had been disposed to
turn their backs on this child of
Noble Macfarlane said that tho
measure had been discussed duriiig
three days, and ho considered, with
tho other inombors, that it was a
good revenue measure. Ho favored
tho bill passing.
Hop. Kamauoha drew tho attention
of tho members to tho fact that in
line '.) of Section 2 tho duty to bo
loviod on tea read "10 cents per lb;"
in tho old law tho duty was placed
at "10 percent."
On motion, the voto passing tho
section was reconsidered, tho item
changed to read "percent" instead
of "per lt" and then again passed.
Tho enacting clause and entire
Bill was, on motion, passed to en
grossment and ordered for third
reading on Thur.-day next.
Noble Neumann under suspension
of tho rides read for tho first and
second time a bill to amend Section
'Jin of tho Civil Code to provide for
tho appointment of acting police
justices in case of tho illness, tempo
rary absence or disqualifications of
police justices. Bill passed to en
grossment and ordered for third
reading on Thursday.
By request leave was granted to
Nobles Neumann, Kanoa and Wil
cox, and Hep. Smith.
The special order of tho day was
t lie consideration of Bill 7W relative
to an amendment of Article 7ti of
tho Constitution by changing tho
word "King," to "Sovereign." Major-ityj-oport
in favor and a minority re
port against t lie change, were read."
Tho ayes and noes wore called on
tho adoption of the majority report
and passage of the bill and it was lost
by a vote of Ml noes to 7 ayes, the
Ministers being prohibited from vot
ing, and as follows:
Ayes Nobles Pun, Hoapili; Hops.
Nawahi, Kaunamaiio, Kamauoha,
"Waipuiiani, Kanealii 7.
Noes Nobles Bergor, Una, Mae
farlane, Peterson, Cummins, Wil
liams, Horner, Hind, Marsden, Young,
Baldwin, Cornwell, Wnlbridgo, An
derson, Thurston, Wilcox, Kanoa,
Droior; Heps. Bipiknno, Aki, Pun,
Kauhi, H. W. Wilcox, Bush, Koahou,
Horner, Kaluna, losepa,
Smith, A. S. Wilcox 31.
Absent Neumann, Kauhanc, W.
Y. Horner, Wilder, Ashford, Knpahu,
Nahinu, White, Edmonds.
Tho bill was, by order of the Pre
Bill 59 relative to the codification
of the penal laws of the Kingdom
was read a third time.nud passed.
Bill f7, providing for the appoint
ment of one police justice and two
district judges in the district of
Hilo, Hawaii, and further providing
that the said district be divided and
made into three separate judicial
districts, came up on third reading.
After some little debate a motion
was made that the bill pass, and also
t hat the ayes and noes be t aken on t he
motion. Carried, anil tho ayes and
noes were called on tho passago of
tho bill, resulting in favor by a voto
of 23 to 11 as follows:
Ayes Ministers Parker and Spen
cer; Nobles Macfarlane, Pua, Cum
mins, Hoapili, Cornwell and Kanoa;
Heps. "Bipiknno, Pua, Kauhi, H. V.
Wilcox, Bush, Nawahi, Koahou,
Horner, Kaunamano, Kamauoha,
Waipuiiani, Kanealii, Kaluna, lose
pa, and Akiua 23.
Noes Nobles Peterson, Williams,
J. M. Horner, Hind, Marsden, Young,
Baldwin, Wnlbridgo, Anderson,
Thurston, Wilcox and Dreier; Hops.
Smith andJA. S.Wilcox II.
Bill 21, relating to the suppression
of diseases among animals, was re: d
for the third time and passed.
Bill 53, relating to tho keepers of
stallion.", was read a third timo and
Noble Cornwell gave notice of a
meeting of the Military Committee,
and immediately thereafter the As
sembly, at 3:10 o'clock, adjourned.
St. Io"u.is, HVCo.
Manufactured from Pure Malt and Highest Grade Hopsl
MFNo Corn or Corn Preparations u-cd in pltice of Mnlt, ns i done ly otber Eat
i'rn llreuerie), in order to cheapen the eo-t of their IJecr, end to compete with our
world-renowned nnd justly famed artielc.
IS SHOWING A
Mr. J. L Blnize, an extensive real '
estate dealer in Dos Moines, loWa,
narrowly escaped one of tho severest
attacks of pneumonia, while in the
northern part of that state during
a recent blizzard, says the Saturday '
Heview. Mr. IBlaize had occasion to ,
drive several miles during the storm, I
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was tillable to got warm, and in
side of an hour after his return ho
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Blaizo
sent to tho nearest drug store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Heinedy, of which ho had often heard,
and took a number of largo doses.
He says the o licet was wonderful,
and that in a short time he was
breathing quite easily. He kept on
taking the medicine, and tho next
day was able to go to Dos Moines.
Mr. Blaize regards his euro as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
Picture Frames made to order from
Latest Style of Moulilinys, Renova
tion of Old Pictures a specialty at King
Jiros,, Hotel street.
HgP'hLi'illpIL,.! i iJ'l BBpjte
Now so Popular
AND AT PRICES WHICH YOU WILL
CONSIDER EXCEEDINGLY LOW
von such man grade goods.
TO THOSE WHO YALUE THEIR SIGHT.
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: 6 kettles every 24 hours, 6,000 Barrels, or 1,800,000
carrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,500 lbs. per clay 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Anheuser-Busch Beer. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
lost -wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
NNUALSimriNC Capacity : 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
Tin1 AMir.u.sKii-IIithCii Co. have carried oil' ilio Highest Honors nml tho Highest,
0!a-.;i flolil Medals wherever they have competed. At all of the lnternatioii.il Inhibi
tions throughout the ,orld their licer Excelled All Others!
This Company have prepared a Special ISnind of their Highest Grade Peer for the
Hawaiian Islands, known as "SPECIAL BREW," with a handsome label anil in White
ISottles, wliieli, with their best "EXPORT AX1I EUSER " "in Daik Itoltles, heretofore
imported, we will now supply '" "lu Trade in Quantities to .Suit.
MR. A. DANCE,
l!y Appointment, to II. K. the Marquis of
Dull'erin, ox-Viceroy of India, Ete.,
IS NOW HERE, AND 1'KKVIOUS TO
ESTAIJLISHIXG A LOCAL AGENCY
MAY BE CONSULTED FOR
At the Eagle House
For a. "Efe-w Days Only I
G-. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
1 "N" S3 XJ" "Ft LB
The system of Sight.Tcsting invented by
him (Talent l.'i.rt), is now being universally
adopted. Mr. Dance specially invites tho
Medical Profession ami all Interested in
Optical Science to see this beautiful Test,
LATEST IMPROVEMENTS IN
Lenses and Frames
AK rilKSCHllir.il nv
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till' ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Stockholders of the II ANA LEI
SIN "All MILL COMPANY, held this day,
tho following Ollleurs were elected for the
Piesideut Chas, L, Carter, Esq,
Vice-President.. Don. .1. N. S. Williams
Secretary . . .1. 0. Curler
Tieusiirer.. .. . Ceo. II. llobertson
Auditor . .1. O. Carter
Who are also Diiectors of tho Company.
.1. 0. CARTER,
. Secretary 11. S. M. Co,
Honolulu, July 18, lh!i. 171-ni
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
HAWAIIAN HAHDWAUK CO., LTD.
At u meeting of Stockholders of the
above corporation held July -1, lb!).', the
following were elected for t ho ensuing year:
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tl-ie United States.
An Eminently Conservative and Safe Company.
The consideration of llrst importance in judging of tho condition of any linanciiil
institution (and notably of a l,ifo Assurance Company, the majoiity of hoo contracts
extend over long periods of years) Is its Suiplus Stiength. The llijui mux has, over
and above all I. labilities, a Larger Surplus than Any Other Assiuance Company.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891, ...
Liabilities, including the Reserve on all existing
Policies (1 per cent. Staudaid), and Special
Itoservo (toward the establishment of a Wy, per
cent, valuation of fl.riUO.Ooi)) -
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Steel and Iron Ranges, Stoves, and Fixtures,
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Housekeeping Goods and Kitchen Utensils.
Agate Ware in Large Variety.' .
3 ; :poi.i22;au-:xt for
Domestic Sewing Machine.
"aTliisjfMiu'liliH" 's '""'v Improved so as to
Chain Stitch or Lock Stitch.
It Stands at the Head !
Needles So Attaoliments
VOn Aid. KINDS OK MACHIXKS.
Scwiiiy Machines of all Kinds Promptly
Don't forgot that this is positively a
No pi i villi individual can olitain Credit.
Therefoie everything is Cheap 1
From $4 up.
Autohai-ps : Mandolines.
White, Gray, and Silver-plated Lamps and Fixtures.
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER, AND SHEET IRON
Diuiond Block, Nos. 95 & 97 King Street.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Importers and Commission Merchants.
Builders' and General Hardware,
Agricultural Implements and Plantation Supplies.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and Lamp G-oods
Furneaiix's Beautiful Views of the Islands.
Lawn Tennis Rackets and Balls.
BASE BALLS AND BATS.
STATIONERY AND BLANK BOOKS.
Popular Bound Books,
At 35 Gents Each I
NOVELS! NOVELS! NOVELS!
Special Arrangements for School Supplies.
PROF. DR. MED. G. JAEGER'S
Sanitary Underclotlii ng
A FULL ASSORTMENT
CKltTl KIOATH TRANSLATION.
1 herewith appoint Mn. M. (lOl.niiKRG
Agent for tho r-ulu of my (ienuiiia fciuiitnry
Uiiilerclothliii; in the Hawaiian Islands.
Hewnro of Imitation.
Signi'd I'ROK. DR. 0. .lAKOKR.
Stuttgart, lllth 8oit(M.iher, IMK).
Agato Ware, Tin Ware, Never Break Ware, and Cutlery.
Blake's Steam Pumps, "Weston's Centrifugals.
Wilcox & Gibbs and Remington Sewing Machines.
IMPORTER AND DKAI.KR IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR, AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
Always on Hand.
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
MA. ORDERS FAITHKUJ.IA ATTENDED TO-SAT1SKACTION OUARANTEED
-ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED AND RACKED WITH CARE.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. 0. Box 372.
WEST CORNER NUUANU & KING STREETS.
P. 0. Box 480. Mutual Telephone 90.
T. 1'. Sr.VKins.
A. V. 1!oi.hti:ic.
E. It. Hendry
Hon. John 1-iiu
II. Al. Von Holt.
Godfrey Ilrown .
('cell Hrown f
Kecrctiiry and Treasurer
. . Hoard of Director!)
II. AI. VON HOIf,
cents per month.
IS THE I.EADINO
J Daily l'ajier of tho Klugdoiu. Fifty
This Surplus remain- after making inovinion for every obligation, on n rigid ealcu
lation of I.iuhilities, lia'-ed on tho Miuuliinl pni'-crlbed by tlm Insuiaiice Law of the
State of New York, which aMiimert that Assets will Im Inve-icd o ns to realize Interest
nttheratoof 1 percent, per annum. Iniiddltiou to thi., in a spirit of conr-ervatihiii,
the Directors of the Society, on the leconiiiiendation of ii Finance Committee, have
set aside a Special Additional Re-o 'e, looking toward even a moro htringent and con-i-ervativo
futuie Btandurd of viiluin i than the law now piecrlhes.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
GENERAL AGENT FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Fort Street, ovor F. Gertz's Shoo Store.
VIEW, LANDSCAPE, and PORTRAIT VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Such axNativcH Making l'ol (trans IIouk'h
Hawaiian Stylo Riding Huhiliula
Dancers Cocoauut Gloves l'aliu
and Date Groves Stieet Views
mid Ilulldlngs War Vessels
Shipping and Minimi
Views, Etc., Etc.
Ali-ou l.aige Collection of all Prominent
and lntt'iesting Views of the Hawaiian
Islands, either -Mounted or Unmounted.
IF YOU WANT TO SAVE TIME AND MONEY BUY YOUR FURNI
TURE AT THE 1X1,, CORNER NUUANU & KING STREETS.
FOUND The place to Utiy New BQEanianai and Second-hand Furniture of all
kinds at Lowest Prices: The IXL, fk JgT corner Nuiianu and King streets.
Dedroom Sets, Wardrobes, lee Hoxos, Stoves, Chairs. Hanging
Lanii)s,Rugs,liiireaus,Cliutlbniers, JK etc., Sold Cheap for Cash at tho
I X L, corner Nuiianu and King JTl streets. ,.,..
Steamer and Veranda Chairs, jSf L. Sofas. Hcd Lounges, li.ihy Cnhs,
Clothes liaskuts, Sowing Maeliines. maamaa wiiatnots.ieatftaios, irunKs.ete.
Sold at the Lowest Cash Prices ut the 1 X L ew anil beeonu-nanu i-ur-nituro
lloue, cornor Nuiianu and King streets.
S. "W. LEDERER, Proprietor.
STORE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS TILL 9 O'CLOCK.
UNION FEED CO., Ltd.
Corner EDINBURGH and QUEEN Sts.
CALIFORNIA WHEAT, OAT HAY (in Largo aiidConipresscd IJales), RAIU.KY,
ROLLED ami GROUND I1ARLEY. CALIFORNIA uni 1 NEW LALAM)
OATS, MIDDLINGS, KRAN, CORN, CRACKED CORN, WHEAT, Kte.
Drifted Snow and Victor Flour.
Wo keep constantly in I?T?i""n T T7T?'RQ l'.001! thuei'IehniteJ Fer
lillors iiiaiiufactured by V 111 l- 1 LJ AiliIk5 Mr. A. Hans.of b. V., vl.:
RONE MEAL-WOOL DUST-HIGH GRADE SUPERPHOSPHATES.
All of which can bo had at Redroek Prices.
O- J". McCarthy.
New Bulletin Block, Merchant St.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY RUSINKSH ENTRUSTED TO ME WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION,
Books of Hawaiian "Views
Hado up to order at tho most Rcasoiiablo
Rates in Honolulu.
Cabinets SG and S5 a Dozen.
llVltf -- P. O. liox )!)s -
HUSTACE & CO.
WOOD and COAL.
-a i. so
White and Black Sand.
Which we will sell at tho Very Lowest
Market Rates for Cash.
The best thing to send to your friends
abroad is Kiny JSros. "Illustrated Sou
venir of Hawaii," which isyolten up for
the purpose, and is not an advertisement.
le"w:es &c oo.
TELEPHONE .'!() HI PORT STREET. P. 0. I!ox 207.
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Groceries and Provisions.
ON ICE-lty each hteainer of the O. S. S. Co. from California Frenh California Roll
llutter, Frozen Cyclers, and Fiedi California Fruits, Fish, Giune, Veictables, ete.
A complete lino of Croo A- RluekwclPs and J. T, Morton's Canned and llottled Good
Always on Hand,
.Itlht received u Fre-di Lino of German Pates and Potted Meats and llottled Preserved
Fruits, Lewis A' Co.'s Maltese ltiand SiiKiir Cured Hams and llaeon, , New .1 reakfast
(Willi, Ciciim Oat Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons, California River
side Uianges, Oiej;on llurbank Potatoes, Ete.
TELEPHONE fc2. ' 1,ox "r'
H. E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions, a.ndl Feed.
Now Goods received by every packet fiom the Eastern States and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE RY EYERY STEAMER.
All Orders faithfully attended to, and Goods Delivered to Any Part of the City Free,
lsloud Orders Solicited. Siitbfaetion Guaranteed.
East Corner Fort and King Streets. '"