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Thursday, Aug. 1K, 1892.
Noblo Neumann said t lint Hop.
Smith hail boon a tnonibor of tin
commit too, but ho had avoitlod shirk
ing by "sliding out" and roMguing.
Noblo Baldwin thought that Hop.
AHhford should have opportunity to
prosont a minority report.
Hop. Ashford disavowed any (Uwiro
or intontion so to do.
Noblo Maefarlano was opposed to
tho bill; object od to Iho introduotion
of Hat monoy; it would onuso dost mo
tion and ruin: ho was oppo.od to tho
bill from tho first to tho last. JIo
would, later on, move to table tho
Noblo Thurston favored a pro
position by Noblo Maefarlano that
tho details of tho bill should not bo
considered until it was first found
that tho majority of tho committee
was in favor of tho principle. Ho
was opposed to tho bill and spoke at
some length in opposition.
Hop. Kamnuoha interrupted Noble
Thurston by a call to order, and
raised tho point that over half an
hour had boon used in debate and
against a rule of tho House.
Noble Thurston said that they
wore in Committee of tho Whole
and tho rules did not apply.
.Hop. "Wilcox (tho chairman) sup
ported tho statement of Noble
Hep. Kamauoha objected, quoted
rules of tho House, and desired a
ruling by tho Chair.
Noble Thurston called for tho
lloor, said that he (the Chair) should
seat Hop. Kamnuoha.
Tho Chair ruled that Noble
Thurston was in order.
Hop. Kamauoha again objected
and appealed from tho ruling of tho
Noblo Thurston (heatedly) object-
ed to iho interruptions by Hop. Ka
mauoha or any other .snide politi
cian. Hep. White desired that tho Chair
lover.-o tho riding: Noblo Thurston
had occupied tho floor too long.
Noblo Thurston again called on
tho Chair to give him tho lloor; lie
did not propose to have "Billy
-1T1 1 11 i i 1 i
wnuo interrupt mm when ho was
Chairman 'Wilcox attempted to
obtain order but Hop. "White con
tinuing to talk and ignoring tho call
to order, tho Chair became excited
and shouted out, "Billy While, you
keep still! Billy White, you sit
down! Sorgeaut-at-Arms, put the
member from Lahaina into his
Excitement ran high. The Chair
man was decidedly angry, and tho
pounding of tho desk or Hep. While
showed that ho was not in an amia
Noblo Marsdon's stentorian voice
was hoard above tho confusion mov
ing that tho Committee take recess.
Tho Chair would not entertain tho
motion, evidently intending that ho
would carry out his resolve to seat
President Walker seeing tho con
dition of things quietly loft his seat
on tho lloor and ascending the dais
removed tho gavel from tho lingers
of Chairman Wileox, rapped the
Committee to order and put tho
motion to rise. .Motion being car
ried amidst much confusion, tho
Committee at 12:0.'! took recess until
Tho Commit too ro-assombled and
again came to order at 1:10 o'clock,
Representative Hobort Wilcox in tho
President Walker stated that tho
point of order attempted to bo rais
ed by Hop, Kamauoha, and which
led to tho rumpus before recess, was
not woll taken, as tho rules of tho
House did not apply i Committee.
After some debate on tho appeal
taken from tho riding of Chairman
Wilcox, vote was had on tho ques
tion and tho Chair was sustained, 28
Noblo Thurston continued his re
marks on tho bill (tho Hawaiian
Banking Act) and said that if this
bill wont through it would bo a hard
ship for tho poor. Tho rich man
could look out for himsolf and would
hold aloof from taking tho monoy,
tho poor man would linvo to take it
or starve. If them was any lluctua
tion, as thoro was suro to bo, tho
poor would bo tho ones to stiller at
iirst, for (he rich man could stand
aside untjj things came his way and
then he would as usual come out on
top every time, Those who favored
this bill will regret the day if it
passes, when they find their consti
tuents going round with their pock
ets filled with this proponed paper
and themselves hungry for poi and
Ho). Ashford spoke at some length
in favor of the passage of the bill,
and on closing oilorod tho following
"Hesolved, that this IIouso ap
proves tho piinciple of a National
Bank of Loan and Issue, with
authority to issue paper monoy by
way of loan upon real estate and
othertnngibleand sulliciont security,
and upon moderate interest; and
that such currency, so issued, should
bo made a legal tender in payment
of all debts, public and private.
Hoolvcd, that Bill 78, so far as it
carries out the above principle, by
the incorporation therein, of sulli
ciont and appropriate matter of do
tail is acceptable to the House.
Heoled, that said bill bo re
referred to the Select Committee, to
whom it was previously referred,
with instruction to report such
amendments thereto as will provide
for tho establishment of such bank
apart from and independent of tho
He moved that when tho Commit
tee rise it recommend tho House to
adopt the resolution.
Hop. Smith offered an amendment
to the resolution and that was that
tho bill bo indefinitely postponed.
Tho measure was fraught with dan
ger to tho community. Tho hopes
and ideas of Senator Stanford, which
had been mentioned in tho debate,
wore so ruinous they had died of
premature birth. The bill should
have been called tho Hawaiian Bank
ruptcy Act, that would be tho pro
per title. lTo was most decidedly
of opinion that the bill would bo
most ruinous to the country if
Noble Baldwin favored tho amend
ment proposed by Hep. Smith. Ho
was interested in the prosperity f
tho country and could not believe
that any good but on the contrary
much evil would result from this
bill. Values would bo uncertain
and inflated, exchango would in
crease in price and tho poor would
Noblo il. M. Horner, the intro
ducer of the bill, said:
Our financial situation and the
prospoetho distress likely to grow
out of it, which showed itself in
this House lately, must impress
members with tho importance of
finding some measure of relief. As
nothing has as yet been proposed to
relievo us except this bill, members
should bo impressed with tho im- '
portance of passing it. Everything
else yet proposed are but temporary I
expedients. Tho issuing of bonds to
ease up the situation only postpones
the day of reckoning; tho pound of I
flesh will suioly bo exacted. Tho
law requires tho Minister to run tho
Government and pay its debts with
tho gold coin of a foreign country,
and they have not got tho gold;
neither can thoy collect enough such
coin from tho people. Gold is get
ting daily less plenty. Wo should
now pass this bill and thus provide
us a monoy an Hawaiian monoy
and thus relieve our financial embar
rassment as more powerful nations
have done when their coins loft tho
channels of trade. America has
many times relieved itsolf by issuing
a paper curronoj. So has Franco.
So has England. So has many other
civilized countries, and history in-
lorms us that their greatest pros
perity was when thoy used a paper
money with no metallic haso, as
shown in England from 1797 to 1820,
and in America from 18(1 to 1872.
Wo aro commanded to "coin money
and regulate tho currencies by law."
Instead of our doing this wo aro
compelled to send abroad for monoy
to run our Government, make our
internal improvements and obligate
ourselves to pay, and do pa' abroad
hundreds of thousands of dollars as
interest for monoy which it is tho
duty of this House to supply. This
bill would empower our Government
to ex'erciso its constitutional prero
gative of making, circulating and
redeeming moiioy. All must admit
tho monoy requirements of this King
dom at this time aro comparatively
largo and daily on tho increase, and
for developing small or now indus
tries thoro is no money available,
and but little availablo for public
improvements. Why not supply
ourselves with tho necessary monoy
for running our Government and de
veloping our industries? I ciaim if
this bill become law tho not income
of the Bank of Hawaii will produce
an ample sinking fund to pay our
public debt without assistance from
other rovouuos. No business man
that has digested tho provisions of
this bill will dony this claim.
At 1:20 o'clock amotion was put
and carried that the Commit too rise
and report progress and ask leave to
sit again to-morrow.
Report of the Commit tee was ac
cepted by tho House and imme
diately thereafter, at 1:21, the As
St. I-iOTj-is, IMCo.
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For tin- Hawaiian Islands of Dr. med. (I.
Jaeger's Sanitary Underwear.
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ves Sc jJajsct-U-res,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS & KITCHEN UTENSILS
Agate Ware in Large Variety,
"WHITE, GRAY and SILVER-PLATED;
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS,
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
DIAMOND BLOCK, Nos. SKi & 97 KING STUEET.
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
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 8,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,500 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Anheuser-Busch Bvf.r. It is, therefore, tho highest prlrnd but the
most wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shipping Capacity: 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The Amii'iim ii-iIi'm'ii Co. have carrii'd oil" tho Highest Honors and tliu Highest
Class (told Medals wheiever tlfey li.ivo eouieted. At nil of tliu International Inhibi
tions throughout the world their J leer Keelled All Othcr-il
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This Company have -nonared a Special Iimm! of their IligheM Giadelieer for tin
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llottles, whieh, with their best "KXFOItT AXHKUSHIt" in Dark Unities, heietofoio
imported, we will now supply to the Trade in Quantities to Suit.
G-. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Saved a Woman's Iiife.
Mr. J. E. Thoronyligood, writing
from Goorgotown, Dulnwnru, bays:
"Two tonspoonfnls of Chainborlnin'H
Coliu, Cholera and Diarrhnm Rom
ody tmvod tliu lifo of Mrs. Jono
Thomas, of this plnco." IIo also
states that sovoral other very bad
ca&OH of bowel complaint there have
been on rod by this remedy. For
side by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Lifo Ins. Co.,
G. IRWIN & CO.
oi'i'i:i: roi: sai.i:
Lime : and : Cement,
I'AUA-KyjXi: I'AINT CO.'S
Compounds ami Roofing,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering,
T. V. Sr.vr.uiN.
This Space is Reserved
Equitable Life Assurance Society
(W THE UXITbJD STATES.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIG-HT,
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
I'ort ht., over F. (Jortz's Shoe Stoie.
VIEW, LANDSCAPE, and PORTRAIT VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Sncli us Natives Sinking I'oi Grass Houses
Hawaiian Style Hiding Hulahtila
Daneers Coeo.innt fi roves I'alin
and Date Groves Street Vievn
and Hitildings War Vessels
Shipping and Marine
Views, Ktc, Kte.
Alo a Large Collection of all Prominent
and Interesting Views ot the Hawaiian
Islands, either Mounted or Unmounted.
Books of Hawaiian Views
Made tin to Order at the most ItcaMjimhle
Hates in Honolulu.
Cabinets S6 and S5 a Dozen.
IQi 1'. 0. llox 4!)3 tf
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin, -Cl.ius
W. M.Gillard, -Theo.
President and Manager
- - - - Vice-l'rcsidcnt
Secretary and Treasurer
C IT AS. HUSTAOE,
IMl'OKTKR AXJ) DHAI.KK IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
gjgr ALWAYS ON HAND
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
ZXf All Orders faithfully attended to.
solicited 'and packed with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street -
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. BOX 372.
WEST CORNER NUUANU & KING STREETS.
P. 0. Box 480. Mutual Telephone 90.
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TUKE AT THE 1X1.. COHNER NUUANU k KING STKEETS.
FOUND The, lilaeo to Iluy New mnsa tssHH and Second-hand Furniture of all
kinds at Lowest Prices: Tho IXL,
1 tftil isiritii Sofia AV'ii jl f linu 1 mi
j.ii jyjitt uu.n, H iiiiiviiMi avu IT Tl rl,-t MlUti-Si viutiini
Lamns, l'ug.s,llurcaus, Chelloniers, xL etc., Sold Cheap for Cash at tho
Sofas, Bed Lounges, Uahy Cribs,
WliatnotH, Meat sales, TnniKSCte.
I X L, corner Nuuanu and King
steamer and voraiuia unoir.s,
Clothes Ilaskets, Bewini! Machines.
Sold at the Lowest Cash Prices at tho 1X1. New and Second-hand Fur
niture House, corner Nuuanu and King streets.
S. W. LEDER.ER, Proprietor.
STORE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS TILL 9 O'CLOCK-
C. 0. BERGER
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. and Ooffe
AT AM. HOI'ltS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HANI'.
H. J. NOLTB, Fro;p.
Island Shells and Curios I
WHOLESALE AND IIETAIL, CHEAP
for Cash, at 101 Koit street, between
Killers' Pry Ooods Ktoro and Frank Ourtss's
Shoo store. 3Mtf T. TAN N ATT.
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Wool Dust, Bone Meal, Fish Guano.
ALSO IJUOK ,t OlILAN'DT'S
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
Oreiss Seeds :
Cocksfoot, Rye Gras3 and Clovers.
FAIItllANK CANXINti CO.'S
lu 1 and '2 11 Tins,
SALMON IN BARRELS,
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
agents or Tin:
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF KAN VIIANOISCO, OAL.
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II. NViitvrlioiii-u.. ..
1'renldent and Malinger
. . Treasurer
i rau. .'
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WOOD and COAL.
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King ifron,, Jlotel aired.
LEWIS 3c. GO.,
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IMI'OIITKIIS, WHOLKSALH AND ItKTAIL DKALKItB IN
Groceries and Provisions.
ON IOR Ity eaeh steamer of tho 0. S. B, Co. from California Fresh California Itoll
flutter, Frozen Oysters and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Unmu, Vegetables, etc.
Aeoniplcte line of Crosso it lllaulcwell's and .1. T. Morton's Canned and llottled Goods
always on hand.
Just received a Fresh Lino of Ourniun Fates and Potted Meats and Bottled Preserved
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RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
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