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PnniAY, Aug. 12, 181)2
Tho Committco reeonvoni'd from
recess at 1 : IB o'clock, and tho con
sideration of tho item lelativo to the
salary of tho President of tho Board
of Health was continued.
Ken. Kaunamano was unnoted to
Noble I'na said lelienchment was
the order of tho day, theieToie he
favored sti iking out tho item of
salary and theieby savo so much.
Ho inoed that the ollieo be not a
salaried one and that tho item be
Hop. Hobert Wilcov did not think
that a Cabinet Minister could take
upon himself tho duties of President
of Bonid of Health and eairy out
the woik eireelively. The ollieo
would leipiiie peisonal attention.
Hep. Bipikane favored striking the
TJop. Bush was also in fnor of
striking out the item and Mloly in
the intuicsti of economy.
Hep. Smith said that ho hoped
meinber-5 who were oting out tlie
salary on the principle of economy
would acton the t-ame linos v lion
tho amendment to the Constitution
which lelated to the inciease in sala
ries of members came up.
Ministoi Wideniann said that the
Provident of tho Huaid of Health
had formeily Tor a long time been
enveloped in one of the Ministers
and theie was noeaithly reason why
that could not be done again now.
There were none of the Ministers
but would be willing to do tho woik,
although piobably the Minister of
Foreign Affairs having tho most
time could attend to the duties
Noble Ena recited tho eriois that
had occuned detiimental to the
public health when tho ollieo duties
had been attempted bj- Ministers'. He
mentioned Mr. Carter's small-po
affair, which cost the country S100,
000, and Mr. Gibson's "Madias mud
dle." He did not think that it was
right to stiike out tho item. If (he
incumbent had done any wiong or
was judged to bo incompetent in tho
affairs of his ollieo, it was piopor
that his actions be investigated. He
thought tho amount teeonimended
1)3' tho Committco of Ways and
Means little enough and hoped that
it would pass.
Noblo Marsdon said tho Commit
tee, had considered tho items oer
one month. They had agieod unani
mously at first to abolish tho ollieo,
but on after consideration they
favored that in tho interests of
economy it was proper to retain tho
ollieo at S1800.
Noblo Young agreed with the last
two speakeis. IIo consideied that
a Minister of tho Crown had enough
to attend to if ho attended to the
duties of his office without haing
the work of tho President of tho
33oaid of Health foisted on him.
While on this subject and in opposi
tion to iusinuationsos some of tho
Hawaiian members iclativo to tho
apathy charged against foreigners in
tho matter of thoscouigo which was
hold within the limits of Kalawao
ho desired to diaw attention to tho
noblo white men and women who
wore to-day woikiug in that isolated
place and in honest, froo ondeaor
to alleviate tho sufferings of tho
many Hawaiians whowoio there as
victims. ITo favoied tho ollieo being
retained and the item passing at
S-J.SOO at least.
Hop. Kamauoha regretted the
length of tho discussion. Ilofavor
ed tho relent ion of tho ollieo on tho
list, but tho abolition of tho salary.
Tho present incumbent had not ex
piossed himself against vaccination.
Now in his mind (tho speaker's)
much leprosy had resulted fiom
vaccination. Jf the Piosidoncy was
merged into ono of the Cabinet olli
cors then tho members could have
somo ono present to question lola
tive to health matteis.
Ati): 10 motion was put on tho
cpjostion and, on a close vote, passed
Salary Secretary of Hoard of
Health $1,000 passed after somo dis
cussion at &5,0(X).
General expenses billed at $10,
000 was reeoinmondod by tho Com
mittee of Ways and Moans at $1!$,
1)70 in an itemized statement.
op, Tiush could not see what
guarantee tho House would have
ihat tho salaries, if passed as pre
sented in tho schedulo pioparod and
recommended by the Committee on
Ways and Moans would bo fixtuios.
liecommeudatioiis had been disio
garded in tho past and ho thought
that they would bo again,
Eop. Nawahi says that not long
ago tho salary of secretary was pass
ed, but at a reduction. Tlioro was
an opportunity to retrench in this
sum of $l!i,370. Tho secretary who
lias charge of all tho correspondence
and accounts of the ollieo, had his
salary gut down to $125 per month,
yet wju find that an oiliejjr with loss
responsibilities than him is scheduled
at 150 per month and another
officer with still less losponsibility
Hep. White desired to know if Mr.
C. 1). Heynolds leeched extra pay
Noble Marsdon thought not and
so did Noble Ena.
Minister Parker slated that etia
pay was given at times amounting
to 10 or $15 per day when u'ssols
were in piaiaufiuc.
Further discussion ensued, of lit
tle moment and at :Tm on motion
the committee rose and lepoit of
pi ogress made.
Hep. Kamauoha moved that the
House disapprove of the action of
passing a salaiy for the ollieo of the
Piesidont o Doaid of Health.
On motion, and by a close vote
and amidst confusion, the report of
the committee on the two items con
sidered was appioed, and at 1:01
the Assembly adjourned.
Saved n Woman's Life.
Mr. J. 13. Thoroughgood, writing
fioin Geoigetown, Delawaie, says:
"Two teaspoon fuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Choleia and Diairluca Heni
edy saod the life of Mis. .lane
Thomas, of this ulace." lie also
state-, that several other very bad
cases or bowel complaint there have
been cuied b.) this leinedy. For
sale hj all d calcic Deiison, Smith
oc Co., Agents.
"Bank of Hawaii."
They is some fears that Horner's
"suicidal" Hanking Hill will pass the
Legislatuie. To pievent this, all
should get a Bill fiom the Hawaiian
News Coinpanv, Mudj it, and show
up its weak points to all von meet.
Beware of Imitations!
1 CAUTION tile rulille UK 1
iliirs of "Noiinil S.i
mist tlie ollei-
.tn it.it .Ineirer
llndi'iwi.ir" advert Isod l) un-ciumilous
houses to mislead the I'lililh. 'I lie
Genuine Nflfoi.il Mary
fJS" P.iillint lie
onl at in v .Stoic.
iiiuh.iscd time, lint
Kor the llnvvaiinn Islands of Dr. incd. (
Jaeger's h.mitarj ITndciwuir.
Tin: u.'iRi:.sifiNi:i wild.
Wi Kona Butter !
in, FOR C-A.SH -Ml
AT FORTY CENTS PER POUND!
I'iiiiii date and until further notice.
Henry Davis & Co.
August I!, lb!)A ISb-lw
ir.Livi:iti:i Fitw: -
LEWIS. J. LEVEY,
111-lw Poi. Kurt A (Jm en utrei t.
& . T
V vill sell Algeroh.i ood and deliver
it tiling inrc of ilonoliilii for Nine Ilollain
and bovontj-tlve CoiiIh f''.7o a Curd.
WOOD SAWED and CHOPPED IF DESIRED
19 VI A KI.IIUIT VIIV 1M I. -rti
jffif Oui Wood is not vonu-oaton and
Hit Hill sell mi) ijuaiit it fiom a Half Cord
For Sale !
FOR SALE CHEAP
At tho Waialao itiiiieh.
tr Apply to
P. R. ISENBERG,
Itm-hv At JI. JIuuMulil & Co.'s.
St. mjOTO-is, IMCo.
REWBRS OF FINE
Manufactured from Pure Malt
iSF-N Porn or Porn I'lop nations uod In jilnco of Mult, ns Ntlmip liy other V. int
ern Urcwoiics, In outer to clie'ipon the oul of thoii llecr, mid to cnni'ete with our
world-ronnw lied and jii'tlj filmed nrtii lc.
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, G,000 Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumition OF Material :" Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,500 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Cora Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Anheushr-Buscu IJrxu. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
nost wholesome and really the least expensive for us superior quality.
' Annual SiiU'WNc Capachy : 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The Amm n-iu-r.ijPi'ii Co. li.uv t.iuiid oil the llij,'hil Ilonois and the Highest
Pill"-, fiold Mid.ils wlieievoi tlmy h.ivo i oinpi It d. At .ill of the 1iilem.itioii.il Kxliilii
tions thionglioilt the wol Itl Hit il lieei 1 ii el led All Ot lifts!
'lliis Poiiijiiii have piopaiid a Spcei.il Miami of their Highest fli. tile l'icr for the
Hawaiian NlaniK, Known as "bl'P.OIAL ltUl'.W," with a liiiml'-oiiiu label and in White
Itottles, whit h, with theii hesl "PXPOltT ANI1 P.USlIlt" in Dill. lioltles, heietorme
inipoilt d, wo will now "iiplj to the Ti.ulu in Quantities to bnit.
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF TllhJ UNMTEJ) STATES.
All -Eminently Conservative and Safe Company.
The lOiiMduiiitlon of hist iiupoitanee in judging of tho condition of any financial
institution (anil notably of a l.lfu A-ui.uuii Pompany, tiio majoiity of wIiiimi cunt i act h
ovtentl ovei long jieriodsof jeais) Ih its Kill plus filitiiiglh. The llijin rviil.i: has, over
and above all blabllitlc-., a haigor huiplus than Any Olhni AsMiianeo Pouiany.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1891, ...
Liabilities, including the ItcMiivii on all eillng
l'ollcics (I pei cent. Slaudanl), and SkcI.iI
lleei vo (lowaid thu cstalillslinuini of a ,'IJ4 poi
conl. valuation of fl.Mityino) .
This Surplii.s lomnliisafler making piovii-Ioli for every ohllgatloii, on a liglil ealeu
lallou of I.iahllitles, luiM'd on the Mauiliml pu'sciihcd b the Iiisiiiuuie Law of the
Slate of iNew Voik, vvlili h iihmiiihh that Assethwlll lm lnveled co as to lealio iuteiest
at tlie rate of I poi cent, pci auiium. Iiiadilitiou to this, in it spiiit of eouMiivatiiiiu,
the Diiectors of tho Society, on the leioniiiienilatloii of its Kiiiamn Committee, have
iet asido a Special Additional Itosonc, looking towaid even a nioie Hlilngenl and con
servative futiiio hlaiidaiil of valuation than the law now piCM'iihcs,
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT,
Ciniioial Ayonl for Hawaiian Islands.
Q. 0 McOARTHY",
(m.h ni'i.i,i:riN iimkk, jii:i!('iiant hiiu.ur)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fh'e Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY mJUINKfea J2NTUUSTJU) TO MK WILL JtKOUIVH I'ltUT ATTKNTIQN,
a A jm
and Highest Grade Hops,
G-. vat. MACFARLA3STE & CO.,
Airi'iits for tho Hawaiian IMauds.
is siiowixn a
Now so Popular
AND AT IMtlPP.S AVJUPH YOU Wild.
ponsidp.u :xpni:i)iNuiiY i.ow
rou suoti Jiuin ohadp. ooods.
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
koi.p. ai:nt pou Tin:
Domestic Sewing Machine.
j This Maehine is now Improved "-o as to
I ninlvi' either
Chaiu Stitcli or Lcck Stitch.
It Stands at the Head !
3STeeclles & Attachments
l'OK A I.I, KINDS OK MAPHlNP.b.
Sowing Machines of all Kinds Promptly
Don't foiKet that this is posilhelj n
No piivate individual ciin ohtain Cietlit.
Theiefoie eveij thing is Phcapl
From S4 up.
yA.u.tolaci,ips : laiaclolines.
Fiiriieaux's Beautiful Views of the Islands.
Lawn Tenuis Rackets and Balls.
BASE BALLS AND BATS.
STATIONERY AND BLANK BOOKS.
Popular Bound Books,
NOVELS! NOVELS! NOVELS!
Special Arrangements for School Supplies.
T. I. Si vi iii.v
A. Y. liui vn it.
I'oit 't., over V. (iuitN Shou Store.
VIEW, LANDSCAPE, and PORTRAIT VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Sui'li aw Nutivos Making l'oi (Ir.i'-s Houses
Hawaiian Stvle Killing JIuliiliulii
lUnceis C'ocuJiuil (iioves I'alin
and Jl.itu (liovus fctuct Views
niul Iluililings AV'iu W"-m'K
.Sliippinj; niul Marine
Views, Ktc, ;te.
AKo a Lingo Oolloetion of all I'roininent
anil Inteiesting Views or tlie Hawaliim
Islands, eitliei Mounted or Unmounted.
Books of Hawaiian Views
Made up In Older ut Hie most lieason.ililo
Kales in Honolulu.
Cabinets S6 and S5 a Dozen.
lUll 1". O. llo -lM tf
Wm. G. Irwin & Go.
Wm. O. Ii w in, - I'resident and Managei
Clans Spuekels, .... Viie-1'ieslilent
W. M, (lilliinl, - Se rctary and TieiiHiirer
Thco. (J. I'oitcr Auditor
AdKNTh or thi:
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OK SAN l-'ltANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & GO.
.1. O. Cm lei 1'iesldent and .Managei
(I. II. Itoheili-on. Ticaxmci
Ik K. Ilishoii. Sccielaiv
V. V. Allen Audltoi
Hon. ('. It. Ilishop )
II. W.iterhoUM',, , )
HUSTACE & CO.,
- DKA LKltS IN
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sana
Which wo will Mill at the Very Unuwl
Miukut Kates for ChhIi,
TELEPHONE Mutual 19
iMi'oitTi:it and i)i:ai,i:k in
Steel & Iron Ranges,
Hjm' .vik 11 jKjfflE
Stoves Sc FrxtTjires,
IlOlTSIDKBBPrNG GOODS & KITCHEN UTENSILS
Agate "Ware in Large Variety,
WJHTI3, GKAY and SILVER-PLATED;
LAMPS & "CHANDELIERS,
Crockery, Rubloer Hose, Lift and. Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
DIAMOND BLOCK, Nos. 93 & 97 KLNG STREET.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers and Commission Merchants.
Builders' and General Hardware,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS and PLANTATION SUPPLIES
Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Lamp Goods
Agate Ware, Tin Ware, Never Break Ware and Cutlery.
Blake's Steam Pumps. Weston's Centrifugals.
. Wilcox & Gibus and Remington Sewing Machines.
CH AS. HUSTAOE,
iMroit'iT.u an'd di:ai,i:u in
QROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter aiid Island Butter
gjST ALWAYS ON HAND y
New Goods Received by Every
Zt& All Oideis faillifully attended to.
solieikd and jiaukud vith eaie.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street -
WEST CORNER NUUANU & KING STREETS.
P. 0. Box 480. Mutual Telephone 90.
W YOU WANT TO 8AVK TIMH AND MONEY 11UY YOUIt PUHKI-
tuki: at Tin: ixi.. (jouni;k nituaxu .v. kino stukkts.
I'OUND The plnee to ISny New II HJ.jfcM II UOkjam lllil Seeond-liand Furnlturu 61 nil
Kinds at Lowest I'litesi The 1X1., Jy coiner Nuuaiiu and King streets.
ISedioom Sets, Wardiolies, Ice SWF lloes, Stoves, Chairs, Hanging
Lumps, Kugs, Koreans, Ohollonicis, TOk etc., Sold Oliean for (jiibli at thu
1 X I., comer Nuuaiiu and King JSL. Htieets.
Steamer and Veianda Chairs, jQr yt. bofas, lied Lounges, Kahy Crihs,
Clothes Kaskets, Sowing Maehinei. &BaauamBm Whatnots, Meat Safes, Tiunks,ctc,
f-olil at thu Lowest Cash rriiesattlio 1 X
niture Houso, cornui Nuuaiiu and Kingsticets.
S. W. LEDERER, Proprietor.
STORE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS TILL 9 O'CLOCK.
tj:li;i'jioni: am HI FORT STREET. v. o. i0x 207.
IMI'OKTr.ltR, WIIOLKSALi: AND KKTAIL DKALl'.US IN
Groceries and Provisions.
ON If 'I J -Kv each steamer of tho 0. S. B. Co. fiom California l-'rosh California Hull
Kutlei', l'10eii Oysters and Tiesh Califoinia Kiuitu, Fish, fiiiino, Yegetahlos, otc.
A complete lino of Crosso i. Illaukwell'H and .1. T. Morton's Canned and Jlottled GooiIh
always 011 hand.
Just icctived a Fresh Lino of (ierinan I'utes and Totted Meats and Kottled l'rorved
Kruits, Lewis it Co.'s Maltese Kiand Sugar Cuied Hams and lliuon, New llreakfast
("eieals, (Jream Oat Flakus and Uiciiin Wlieat Klakos, Sii ily Loiuons. California ltivor
sido Oranges, Oregon KurlmnU 1'otatoos, etc. Satisfaction guarantetd.
ti:li:i'iioni: iu. p. o. nox 1 in.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMroItTKKS AND DKALPJIS IN
Groceries, Provisions sincl Feed.
New (ioods Itocoivi'il hj Uvoiy 1'aekot fiom tho Kastern States mid Kurojio.
I-'itllhli CALlKOItNIA I'llODlHIK 1IY HVKUY HTKAMKK.
All Oiders faithfullj attendul to and (ioods dellvcied to any part of tho City free,
lhlaiul Oiilum mjIU ileil. Sallsfacllou guaranteed. J
Elaat Corner Fort Sc King Streets,
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,
ot uniP cm Vsl 1
oi rvinu 01. vs-
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
G-, J. Waller,
Steamer from San Francisco.
Satisfaction guaianteed. Island Oulers
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. BOX 372.
I. New and heeoinl-liniul Ivur-
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. and Ooffe
AT AU IIOU1IS.
TJI13 FINEST HKANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
AI.VVAYH ON HANI1.
EC. J. ISTOIjTE, Prop,
Oe&u&jI' m-rtwit a ..
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