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Noblo Thurston said that that old
sorpont paiior money crawls nrmiml I
tho world and is hoard from in vnri- I (f
ous places. Now thai its head has rmm(,s wHh (ho Mimling Slnir dlir.
boon raised hero it was advisable to jnf, tl,0 regular Hospital hours, and
scotch it. Daniel Wobstor had said it shall be their duty to respond to
that of all the dolusivo schemes con- , "H calls made upon them for con
cocted to cheat the poor there was Miltalionin important eaot.
.. ,. Wn.K 8. The privilege shall be
none worse, than paper monoy. It I panted to anv phvsicTan on the
had boon stated thai tho importers Honorary Hoai'ds to yiwn not more
would pay tho exchange and it than one' private patient in tho Hiw
would not affect the public. He ' l'''".1 n) nn.V ono tune, who shall, be
n ., , ,. t I subject to the rules or tho uistitu-
wouldsaythe public would pay for (io nmnlll, ,,IVsU.itiii nmv be te
overythiug. If the Hill passed the j tniiied in charge of tho ono if so
planters could raise exchange to any I desiied.
figure. Ho continued at some length Hi ' 'l"liof, rules may be
and opposed reference to a commit- f J byt wo-t.nnl vo e of the
ii Mill tnrnriwl iiwlmmitft iwiil iintm.
tnmit. nn.l t.mvn.l ll.n nv.. mwl ...
Objection was made that Ihe ayes
and noos could not bo taken in Com
mittee, but. Noble Thurston forced
his motion, but on vole being taken
(at JioO) it was declared lost.
Noblo Neumann put himself on
record before the vote by saying that
ho would oppose the ayes and noes
in Committee although ho favored
tho indelinito postponement of the
Motions -wore then put by Chair
man Wilcox as follows: 1, To in
delinitely postpone, loit, 2l) to 21.
and ou a division by 22 to 21. 2,
To lay Dn (aide, lost, IS) to 211. !1,
To refer to a new committee, car
ried, 21 to It").
Tho Committee now rose and
after ropoil had been made, Noble
Tlmrstmi mm-ecl tl.nl tin. Hi.iim. ilo I
not concur with tho report of tho
Committee but approve of the in
dulinite postponement of the bill.
Ho called for the ayes and noes.
The ayes and noes wore taken on
tho motion of indelinito postpone
ment, resulting in 21 ayes to 2( noes,
Ayes Nobles IJerger, Ena, Mac
farlane. Peterson, Cuiiiinins, Wil
liams, Neumann, Kauhano, Hind,
Marsden, Young, Baldwin, AVal
briilgo. Anderson, Thurston, G. N.
"Wilcox, and Dreier; JJeps. Wilder,
Tosepa, Smith, A. S. Wilcox 21.
Noos Ministers Tarker, Wide
lnann, Spencer; Nobles D. V. I'ua,
J. M. Horner, Hoapili, W. Y. Horn
er, Heps. Tiipikanc, Ashford, Aki, S.
K. Pua, Kauhi, 1. W. Wilcox, Bush,
Nawahi, lxoahou. A. Horner, Ivatina
limno, Kaniauoha, Waipuilani. JCa
pahu, White, Kancalii, Kdmonds,
Kaluna, Akina 2(1.
Absent Nobles Cornwell, Ivanoa
and Hop. Nahinu.
A motion to re-eousider the vote
was made and lost, and then, on mo
tion, tho report to lefer to a new
committee was adopted.
President Walker diew the atten
tion of members to tho fact that
there was lots of work in committees
but little for the House to do at pre
sent, ho hoped committees would re
port more promptly.
At 5:10 tho Assembly adjourned.
Now Rules for the Medical Adminis
tration. A special mooting of tho Hoard of
Triihteos of tho Queen's Ilonpital was
hold at tho Chamber of Commerce
yesterday. Tho apooial business was
tho consideration of a series of Rules
and Regulations for tho government
of tho Hospital Medical Administra
tion submitted at tho bomi-annual
meeting of the Board on tho 22nd
.Iiinolaaj by a select commit too for
that purpose, action upon which le
port was then deferred for a period
of two months from that date.
Tho elective members of tho
Board elected Mr. Chas. L. Carter to
fill tho vacancy in their number
caused by tho death of Mr. A. ,).
Cartwright, Mr. Carter on being
notified of his election at oncoontor
(d tho mooting and took part in its
Tho consideration of tho draft of
Rules and Begulalions resulted in
tlio adoption of tho following:
Rum: 1. An Attending Physician
and an Attending Surgeon shall be
appointed by tho Trustees at the
regular annual meeting, each to
servo for tho term of one year.
Rum; 2. Tho Attending Surgeon
shall be tho regular consultant in
all cases assigned to tho Attending
Physician, and tlio Attending Phy
tiicuin shall bo the regular consult
ant in all cases assigned to tho At
Rulu .'!. All patients on admission
to the-Hospital shall bo carefully
examined by both Physician and
Surgeon in consultation and the re
sults of tlio examination recoided in
a caso-book kept for this purpose.
Bum: -1. Tho Attending Physi
cian and the Attending Surgeon
shall visit tho Hospital regularly
once a (lay, seeing every patient as
signed to their several departments,
and shall furthermore hold llieiii
feolves in readiness to respond
promptly to any oinorgoncy call
from tho Hospital.
Rum: f. Tho Attending Physi
cian and tho Attending Surgeon
shall together in consultation visit
every patient in tho Hospital regu
larly twice a week at the stated day
Bum: (i. An Honorary Board of
Physicians to tho Hospital shall be
formed which any physician resident
in Honolulu and licensed to practice
by tho Hawaiian Government may
join upon tho vote of tho Trustees
of tho Queen's Hospital, and may bo
removed from such Hoard by tho
said TrusliMis upon tlio nn'oininoiHl-
ajj()U 0f jno sa-ui 5ar,l Pliysi-
Hvt.n 7. It shall ho the privilejjjo
nll P".vuMnnB on tho Honorary I
ty Vol "f t,lB 15oal1 W S:il!,r.V f
the physicians was iixed at .$100 each
monthly, beginning Sept. 1st, l.Si)2.
It was also voted that the Hides
just adopted be published in I ho
The election of physician was
further postponed to tho regular
quarterly meeting early in Septem
ber net, of which due notice of timo
and place will bo given by tho Secre
tary. The meeting then adjourned.
'Xiiko Good Caro of tfio Children.
If you have children you will bo
I interested in the experience of Mr.
1 ilohu C'oolc, of Pilot, Vermillion Co.,
j 111. llesajs: "Two jear ago two
, of my lamily, a young man and n
srirl, had very seere and dangerous
attacks, of bloody llux. Tho doctor
oio was unaoie, alter i wcok s ume
to cheek or relieve either cae. 1 '
threw the doctor ovim board and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrluva Keniedy. Im
provement was soon ery soon and1
my children arose in a few days I
from what 1 feared would bo their
deathbed. It is a grand, good medi
cine." For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., Agents.
Old K.ags Wanted.
Clean white rags, suit able for band
ages, aie wanted lorii'-oat (lie Bishop
Homo and the Boys' Home, Leper
Settlement, Molokai. King up 2SI
Mutual telephone, and they will be
sent for; or leave tho same at the
ollieo of the Board of Health, or at
J. T. Waterhouse's, Queen shoot.
'Bank of Hawaii."
There is miuio fea, that llorne.'s !
".suicidal" Hanking Bill will pass (ho i
Legislatuie. To pioieut this, all I
hliould get a Hill from the Hawaiian
News Company, study it, and show I
up its weak points lo all you moot.
XY lUJltSOX IllVl'UIlXlXO MY Kll.-
vur ateli with n llulil Climn tu il.
tulu'ii from my vi".t on Sunday, Anu. II,
ls!)2, shall rcccivo tlu iihovu u-waivl liy
returning the -aino to the ollieo of the
"Hawaii Ilulonuui 1'iililNlihiK C'omimiiv."
Honolulu, Aug. 21, lb!).!. fflil-l'l
QTOfKHOI.DKHS IN TUB W'AIIIlir.
O hugar Company will please take no
tice that a Special Meeting of the Com
pany will 1)0 held at the ollieo of ('. lliuwcr
A: Company, on FJtlDAY, tho 2(!th inst.,
at 2 o'eloelc r. m.
J. O. CAKTIOIi,
Secretary W'aiheo Suar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. is.'lh').'. oou-lw
the Stookliolilers of the ICohala Shimi
Co. at the ollieo of Cnstlo it Cooke, on
MONDAY, the attli Inst., at !( o'clock . M.
.1. B. ATHKKTON,
Sl'KCIAI. MKKTINO OK THE
Stockholders of the Hononiu Simar
i ompany win no nem on hatuiiuai,
Sepleinher M, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho
ollieo of C. llrowor Co., (Iil).
A. 0. l.OVKKIX,
Secretary llonomu Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 18, 1KJ-. fiOl-'Jw
To Lot or Loaso.
A inshed liooms, cen
trally located, lniiuiio at
liui.i.i.n.N Ollieo. ira-tf
Collage at Makiki,
near lieretniila street ear.
Kent $10. ApphMhisolllce,
DUVAL l'UIJMIBKS, 31
lleietaniii street, on
iiosilo 1'ort slieet chuien.
Am iy to It. I. Idl-I.IK.
fioL-tf At 'i'lieo. If. Davies .t Co.
TkTKU' iimiKi.'. mo wivv.
Ll rooms, on Magazine fijfrJ
nucei, Willi juijuuuiii, pui-
ent V. 0.. etc. ComiuandH
oniMjf theiluct view sin Honolulu. Aiinlv
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS,
ANIO10 (OTTAtiK ON
Jlerelania street, near
1'iikoi .street, containing
I'arlor. '1 lleilrooms. Hath-
loom, Diuiiigiooui, 1'autry mid Kitchen,
Servant's loom, Carriage House, Stahlo, etc.
Tramcars pasa every 'M minutes. Apply at
ollieo of this paper, las-tf
YOUNO MAN DKSIKKS A I
tiou its Coachman in u o
Ivato family. Address "K," (his ollieo.
ll'Acii you icuut a Portrait Eularytd
vail on Kiny J!ro., yet their J'riee List,
and nee Samples. They can't be beat!
jw 1 1 H.1M Affl .
- - I t ' " fa. -, 1
St. X-jOTJLiS, IsXo.
Manufactured from Pure Malt
JUfSo ('in n or Corn l'rcparntiuisned in place of Mall, as is (lone by oilier K:t-t-cm
llrewerics, in order to clioajieli the cost of their llcor, ninl to compete with our
world-renowned and iustlv fniiu-il iirliclc.
With the Completion of the Wew Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World,
n BREwmo Capaotv i 6 kettles every 24 hours, G.000 Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year. ,
Consumption op 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 Bi:er. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
tiost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
AnnualShutinp Capacity : 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs, o
The AKiiniisRii-Itusrii Co. have earned oil' the HlglieM llonois and Ihe Highest
Class Oold Medals wherever thoy have conie(ed. At all of tho International JXhilii
tions thiougliout Hie world their Ilecr Keelled All Others I
This Company have itepared a Spiuiul Brand of their Higher Cjiadc lieer forllio
JIawaiian Islands, known as "Sl'J'OIAI. HIJRW,". with a hund-omo laliel and in White
Jiottlos, which, witli their host "r.Xl'OUT AXHlHISI'dt" in Dark Hultlcs, heielofoio
iniiorted, we will now supply to the Trade in Quantities lo Suit.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER
Goneral Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. anci CofTe
AT AM. IIOUIIS,
TI1K J'MNIWT 1JKANDS OK
Cigars and Tobacco
AT.WAVH ON HANI).
EC. J. 3STOIjTE!, 3ProiD.
Island Shells and Curios 1
WJIOI.KBA LI-) AND HKTA I U, Cll H.VI'
for Cash, at 101 Foil htieel, hetweeu
Killers' Hr (Joodt. Store und Kraiik (jertz'H
Shoo stole. autt T, TANNATT.
and Highest Grade Hops!
G. W. MAOFARLArTE & CO.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
G. IRWIN & CO.
or I'M-: is l'oi: sali:
Lime : and : Cement,
VAliACKINL l'AIXT CO.'S
Compounds and Roofing,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering,
Wool Duat, Bono Meal, Fisli Guano.
A.bO LUCK ,V OHLANHT'S
Iliyh Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
Grass Seecis :
Cocksfoot, Rye Grass and Clovers.
FAlltlSANJv CANNING CO.'S
in 1 and 'J lli Tins.
METROPOLITAN "MEAT CO.,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butcliers
G. J. Waller,
Beware of Imitations!
1 CAUTION the l'ulilli' against theotVer
I. ings of "Normal batiilury .lacger
Undeiwcar" ndvcilised liy unscrupulous
houses lo mislead llir imlillc. 'l'lie
Gomiine Noiimil SaiiiUry
fffflr- Cinniot lie
onlj nl my Store.
nuroliiiM'il then1, 1ml
I'or tlio llnwmiim Islands of Dr. incd. (.!.
.luoBor's fuiiitury Umlurwcnr.
is suovmu A
rTow so Popular
axi) at iMtier.s Avmoii you wii.i.
c'oxsnirci; kxci:i:dix(!IA' low
von sura hush gisapi: ooods.
T. r. snvi.iiiK.
.. W. HOI.HT1 it.
lort st., over V. (iort.'s Shoe Stoic
VIEW, LANDSCAPE & PORTRAIT VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Such as Xatives Making l'oi Oiass Houses
Hawaiian Style Hiding Hiilnliulii
Dancers Cocoamit (!roven I'aliu
and Date (lioves Street Views
and Buildings War Vessels
Shipping- and Marine
Views, Ktr., Ktc.
A1m n Large Collection of all 1'rominent
and Interesting Views of the Hawaiian
Islands, either Mounted or Unmounted.
Books of Hawaiian "Views
Made up lo Older at Ihe most lSi:ioim1li
itales in Honolulu.
Cabinets S6 and S5 a Dozen.
nan -1'. o. i!o los tr
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Win. 0. Irwin, - 1'ie-ident and Manager
Ciaus SjueeKelH, .... Vice-I'resident
W. .M. (lill'ard, - Secretary and Tieasmer
Then. 0, Toiler Auditor
ai:nt3 or tiiu
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FltANCISCO, CAL.
G. BREWER & GO.
.1. (). Carter . ..Tiesident and . Manager
(i. II. liolieitson,. Treasuier
U, F. Jllnhoii, . . ... . Seeietaiv
W. Ji Allen . . , Audllo'r
Jlon. O. I!, lllshon .. )
S. C. Allen V Diieelors
HUSTAOE & CO.,
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will Kell at Iho Very lowest
Market Itales for (!ash.
Bell 414 TELEPHONE - Mutual 19
For Mauldinytt, Framex, 1'astels, A Wo
I'lpc, rhutoyravureH, Fluliinyn, and
everythiny in the line of J'irlures, yo to
Kiny Uron., Hotel Mreet.
1L CTOECIISr IJTOTT,
IMVOUTKlt AND. DKALKU IN'
Steel & Iron Ranges
Stoves 5s Fixtures,
IIOUSIDKICEPINCJ (JOODS & KITCHEN UTENTSILS
Agate Ware in Large Variety,
WJ1ITR, GltAY and S1LVKU-PLATED;
LAMPS & CIIANDELIEKS,
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift' and Force Pumps,
"Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER
DIAMOND BLOCK, Nos.
OF TUB UNITED STATES
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIG-HT,
Gonoral Af'oiits for Hawaiian Islands.
0 H A S . II U S T AGE,
lMl'OltTKU AN' J) DKALKlt IX
&R0GERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
gmr ALWAYS ON HAND jvfg
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
t&- All Orders faithfully attended lo.
solicited and jiaeked with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street -
WEST CORNER NUUANU & KING STREETS.
P. 0. Box 480. Mutual Telephouo 90.
IF YOU WANT TO SAYU TIMK AXI) MONEY 1UIY YOUlt FUKNJ
TCUlv AT TilK IXL. COliXUIt XUUANU k KINO STltKKTS.
FOUND The jilace to lluy New HBJgoa (spsa mid Socond-hand Fuinitilte of all
kinds at Lowest I'rices: Tlio 1XL, w jfif corner Nuuanu and King streets.
Itediooiu Sots, Wanlrolies, lee !&&ffl l!oes, Stoves, Chains, Hanging
Liimiis, Hugs, Itnrenus, Cliullbniurs jSRs. etc., Sold Cheap for Cash at the
1 X L, corner Xuuanu and King Jr S. htreets.
Steamer and Veranda Chair.s. J& c3v Sofas, lied Lounges, Uahy Ciihs.
Clothes llasl;ets, Sowing Maehines. gRBCTH
Bold at tun Lowest I'usii ruees at the I A l. iew ami Bccond-iianii iMir
nituie Ilou-e, corner Nuuanu and King itieet.
S. "W. LEDERER, Proprietor.
STORE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS TILL 9 O'CLOCK.
LEWIS & OO.,
tklui'honi: m Hi PORT STREET. i o. ox sh.
- IMI'OKTIUIS, WHOLLSALi: AND ItLTAlL DKALKItS IX
Groceries and Provisions.
OX ICi:-lly each steamer of tlio 0. S. K. Co. from California Flesh California lloll
Ilutter, Frozen Ojturrt and Fie.sh California Fiuits, Fish, Oanio, Vegetnblo.s, etc.
A complete lino of OrO'isu it illaekwell's and .1. T. Moiton's Canned and Ilottled Ooods
always on hand.
.lust leceived a 1'iesli Lino of Oennan l'ates and I'otted Meats and ilottled 1'ieserved
' Fruits, Lewih it Co.'s .Maltese Ilrand Sugar Omed Hums and itacon. Now Ilieakfast
i eieals, uieiini uat Manes ami uieam wneat i-iaM's, biclly Lemons, Lalifurniii Klver-
H. E. MoINTYKE & BRO.,
IMl'OUTDHS AND DKALKItS IX
Grroories; Provisions and Feed.
New Ooods liecuived liy Kvory i'aekot from the r.astern States and Kuiojie.
FltKSH CALIFOKN1A i'ltODUOK 11V KYKItY STKAMKlt.
All Oiders faithfully attended to and Ooods duliveied to any part of thu City free.
island Orders wulcitcd. Satisfaction guaranteed,
EJecst Oornei- Ifort 8b King Streets.
(NUW BULUTUN 11L(1CK, JIKIICllAXT hTiiuirr)
REA.L ESTATE BROKEIi
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To,
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY llllHINKSS KNTUUSTKD TO All WILL ltKUKlYK l'UOMl'T A'CTKNTIOK,
AND SHEET IRON WORK.
.)." & .)7 KINO ST1II3ET.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Inland Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
r. O. BOX .,72.
P. o. 110X 113.
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