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Tueshay, Au. 2;W, 1S!)2.
Tlio Assembly ro-ooiivonoil very
promptly at 1:!K) o'oloelt, and dis-
iMistion o tho bill to abolish tlio of
lieo of T;ik Aossor-in-Chiof was
Noblo il. Al. Horner was opposed
to tlio adoption of tlio niajoiity re
port whieh favored (lie tabliny of
tlio bill. lu brief ho said that
ho togardod the asosors-in-ehiof
as tlio 11 rth wheel to a eoaeh.
Thoir work Mas Miporlluons and
could just .t well bo porforined by
the deputies. His experiences in
early days in California had enabled
him to form this opinion. He men
tioned that an extra expenditure of
20,000 per year was entailed and
unnecessarily so. He did not doubt
that tho assessors -winked and it
might be that they could be elimin
ated two 3 oars from now.
Rep. Ashford had thought well of
tho bill appointing a i'.-i.s when it
pa-ed and he still thought well ol
it. There was a symmetric system
loquired ill taxation and that is what
the country was obtaining Hi" bene
lit of now. The bill of 1S8S is now
winking itself into the faor oT the
community. Tho argument of Noble
llornor that tho a-s..ors had work
ed so well that their labois could1
now bo accomplished by tho depu
ties was not sound. 'Would ho (No !
bio Horner) contend th it a pl.mta
lion manager who had biought or
der out ol chaos, made piofits come
instead of lo, should h" disoharg
od? Ho (tho speaker) was elected on
a platform to discountenance the ,
continuance of useless ollices and '
1 -. , , IS. 1
tlio creation ol sucii. it tlio oinco
of Govornoi was discovered to bo
useless in the past it was so now.
llo favored tho majority leport of
the committee, that tho bills bo
Rep. Nawahi thought that tho as
sessment books woro bettor kept un
der tho Governors than now. For
merly had a Governor at .?1,S00
salary to perform tho duties, now
had an Assessor at $-1,000. Under the
piosont system ho knew of land at
Ewii that extended from the moun
tain to tho sea, had valuable fishing
- rights attached, yet tho Assossor-in-Chiof
of Oahu, to whom it belonged,
only paid SKI a year taxes. Natives
in that district, who only owned
thi oo acres, had to pay 20 per year
taxes. That was tho way the assess
ments woro made under the present
Minister Wideniauii was opposed
to tho bills, ho thought they woio, to
say tho least, incomplete; he favored
tho adoption of the majority report.
Noblo Thurston said that when ho
camo in ho fcjund the member from
Hilo (Nawahi) clinching his (ist and
saying that the Assesor-in-Chiuf of
Oahu was a rascal and a scoundrel
in that he only paid ?K per year
taxes on his land at Ewa. Ho had
in the meantime, gono across to tlio
tax ollico and found that tlio Asses
sor paid taxesof S7-11.10. This would
show how near tho member from
Hilo camo to facts in his arguments.
Tho t axon woro novor so well assessed
as now, there was a business man in
charge who had introduced business
methods. Formerly thoie was no
system, each now man simply wont
over the list of his predecessor and
followed it. Now (hoio is inquiry
made. Tho present Assessors aio
not paragons but they pulled up tho
tax leturns wonderfully.
At 2: 1(5 tho debate ended and on
motion tho majority report wan ap
proved and tho I Jills fabled.
I'lesident Walker said that thoio
was nothing inoio to act on now but
thoro was a largo amount of matter
in tho hands of Committees, Com
plaint had boon made to him that il
was hard to got Committees together.
Ho would t hoi of ore suggest that as
tho Assombly was now likely to ad
journ members of the various com
mittees should stay and transact
Under suspension of tlio rules
Noblo Thurston, from tho Commit
tee on Public Lands, presented a re
port on Bill 120 to amend tho Jho
law so that detached buildings may
bo oxomptod from tho provision in
tho existing lire law lequiring a tiro
wall to bo Grouted thieo foot high
above the junction of tho wall and
tho eaves of tho house. Tlio com
mittee say that tho requirement in
the piosont law does not appear to
bo general elsewhere, and it inter
feres with all attempts at architect
ural oilect in buildings such as
churches, club houses, lesidonces,
etc., which aio propoily built on
some other plan than that of a pack
ing box. Tho committee leconimoiid
that tho bill pass. Ioport adopted,
bill ordered to engrossment and for
third reading on Saturday.
Jfojj. Ashford presented a lonely
minority report on 3 Turrill opium
matter, from Opium Committee No.
1, and consisting of some forty pages.
On motion report was ordoied to ae-
company tlio majority roport ami 1
Irntislnted and printed.
Nolii'os woro givon (if mooting of
tlio following fominit(co, viz.: La
bor, Specie, Walor WoiU, Kiiinnoo,
Sanitary and Toinporniieo.
At !l:10 Uio Astmnbly adjourned.
Savod a Woman's Life.
Mr. .I.E. Thoroughgood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says:
"Two teaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhiea Rem
edy saved the liTo of Mis. ,lano
Thomas, of this place." He also
states that several other ery bad
cases of bowel complaint there hae
been cured by this leniedy. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
A: Co., Agents.
Old Tlaga Wanted.
Clean white rags, suit able for band
ages, are wanted for use at the Bishop
Homo and the Boys' Homo, Leper
Settlement, Molokiii. Ring up 2S1
Mutual telephone, and they will be
sent for; or leave the same at the
otllce of the Board of Health, or at
J. T. Wntorhouso's, Queen street.
rpnn wr.nKi.Y mn.birri-'js coi-
.L iiniim of Interesting Heading Mutter.
Islands, $ I ; in.iiled to foreign eoimtt ies, $."
OI7 R STOCK OF
A -J. &-? h-0 -JS "SJ
CONSISTS" OK -
Aid-or which Am: ki:i:sii. i:vki;y
At Popular Prices !
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COItNl.i: TOUT AND KINO STIMXTS.
Sil(;ili Conip.iiiy ill please take no-
tieu that a Spiei.il Jleetmt; of the Uoni
paiiy will hu held at the olliee of C. liiuwei
iV Coiiinany, on FJtlUAY, the "(!th inst.,
at 2o'e!oek"i". ji.
J. O. CAUTKK,
Hcuretarv Wailieo Siifjiu Co.
Honolulu, Aug. ls,'ln!l.. ,rij(l-lv
sit.oiai, mi:i:tinc, oi" thi:
btoeUlioldois of the llouoiiiii Sulmi
Comiuiiy vill he held un SATUKDAY,
Heptoinlier ,'!d. at 10 o'eloek a. m., at the
olliee or ('. lliuvu-r A Co., (Id).
A. ('. l,OVi:ivlN,
fc'eeietary lluiioiiiu Sukiu- Co.
Honolulu, Aim. is. 1 ')!. )l-iv
To Let or Lease.
rpV() NICi:i,Y FIJI!- iySi --
1 nibhed Jiooms, een- &iv fAfc-.
trail v located. Iiicjiiirn at x&iiiSiiTsk
Itm.i.nriN Olliee. IIYJ-tf 3itiiSS-
lOllllgll 111 .MI1I.IM,
near ISuetuiita wtieet ear.
Jleiit $lt, Applv this olliee.
DtJVAI. I'ltr.MIHHs, :ll
Jieielanla street, op-
posilo li'oit hlii'i't ehuieli
i. i.i i. u i;.
Al Theo. JI. l).ivieA- Co
HOirsi: OK KIVK iRftir Y
loins, on .Muwiine pAiai
Btieet. wilh lliitlirooin, piit- iiiXiuS,.
eiit v. 0., etc. Coiiiiniillils IiWiii5S.
one of the Unci view h in Honolulu. Anil,
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
NIOK CoTTAlii: ON
lioiutiliiiii sticot, near
I'ill.ui street, contaiiung
l'ailor. l! Jleilionins. llatli-
looin, Diningrooin, i'antr.v ami Kitelien,
Tuiliifiirii pass nver.v -'u iiiliiutrs. Apjil.N at
ollleo of this paper. I vtf
VOllNli MAN I)K8U!i:S A 1'OHI.
lion us Coiu'liniuu ill a private
family. AililresH "i,- hum oiih-o.
When ynu wuul u J'arlruil J'hilurjicd
cull on Kiny lira,, yd their 1'riec Ji(,
ami see Sample, They cun'l l: brut I
St. HjO-uIs, 3so.
Manufactured from Pure Malt
jS7Nii Corn or Corn Preparations used in plaei" of Mall, n in dime hy other Knil-i-rti
Hrewi'iiiw, in orlor to I'lu'ipen the enst of their lleer, mil to eonqiete with our
vvoi Id-renowned mi I justly filmed article. " "-1"
With the Completion of the Mew Brew house,
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.
Consumption op Materia!,: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 8,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,f00 lbs. per day 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
uost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shutinc Capacity: 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The Amu Uhi i:-(Si'si'ii Co. have earned oil' the 1 Holiest llonoi ami the Higlie-I
Claxs liold .Medals wlieievei tlie.v have lonipeled. Al all of the International Kxhihi
tions tliioughoiil the world their lleer Ilvelled All Othei.s!
This Coinpuiy have piepued a Spei ial llrand of Iheir Highest Oiiule Heur foi the
Hawaiian Islands, Known as "SI'KCIAI, UliliW," vith a handsome lahel and in White
llottles, whieh, with their hel "KXI'OKT AXIIHUSIIU" in D.ulv llottles, heieloroio
initi tfil, w ci will now supply lo the Ti.nle in' Quant Hies to Suit.
Harlford Tire Insurance Co.,
London Sc Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marino Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BEMER
General Ayent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Best Lmicli in Town.
Tea a-nci Coffee
.VT ALT. IKJI'llS.
TJIIC F INMOST IHiANDS OK
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS O.N II.VNU.
EC. cT, 3SrOIiT3Il, FrojD.
Island Shells and Curios !
for Cash, nt 101 Korl Htirul, Imtucun
J)n Ooods KloiDiind Kuiiik (JhiI'h
arjir 'i tankatt.
and Highest Grade Hops I
G. W. MA.CFARLANE & CO.,
AkiuiIs for tln Hawaiian Islands.
. 6. IRWIN & CO.
OKl'ICl! KOlt sai,i:
Lime : and : Cement,
I'AIIAKKINi: PAINT CO.'S
Compounds and Hoofing,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering,
I 1 . ".r- "t I t r-fc ". -j
Wool Unst, Eono Meal, Fish Guano.
ALSO lillCIC A OIllfANDTS
High Grade Chomical Cane Manure.
3rra,ss Seeds :
Cocksfoot, Rye Grass and Clovers.
I'MltllANIv CANNIXO CO.'H
In I tiiul li 1l Tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS,
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
SI IMMfl CT Vi-?
fe3tibB4 - -J-S'X)
Tll Ui lll U Y) 1 1 . X 1 1 B
Yliolesale and Retail Butchers
G. J. Waller,
Beware or Tmiiations!
I CAUTION (lie Tulille against the uller
Itigi of "Noimal h.inilary .laeger
I'uderweai" ndveill'-ed hy unieniplllous
houses tu mislead the puliUe. The
Genuine Normal Mary
fVSf Cannot he nureliiisuil there, hut
only nt my Stole.
For the Hawaiian Islands of Dr. meil
laegei's Sanitary lTndervenr.
IS SHOWING A
Now so Pop-alar
AN'J) AT I'lilCKS WHIOII YOU Wild.
consii)i;i: :xci:r.DiNii.Y low
koi: such iiKiii (iuaui; coons.
i. r. si.vi kin.
. IV. 1SII1.S1I1I.
Koi I si., over K. (lei tz'i Hlioo Kturc.
VIEW, LANDSCAPE II PORTRAIT VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Such ns N'ntivi'i Milking Toi -(ini"i llouii's
Iliiwnilan Sljlc l'iiling lliiliilmla
D.mcrii Cocouiiut (irovos I'.ilm
mid D.ilu Oiows Slii't't Views
niul lluililiiig" Win Yei-els
bliiiiing mill Minino
Views, Kte., Ktc.
AImi a I.aigu Colleetion of nil i'roiniiu'iit
anil InlGii'stiiiK Views of tlio lliiwaiimi
Islinuls, either Mounltil or Unmounted.
Books of Hawaiian Views
Jlaile up lo Onlur at tlio most lleiiMjnahle
Hates in Honolulu.
Cabinets SB and 85 a Dozen.
1I '. O. l!o 4')S
Wm. 6. Irwin & Go.
Win. (1. Irwin, - 1'iesident and Milliliter
Clans Spicekels, ... . Yiee-I'iesident
V. -M, (lill.tnl, - Beeretaiy and Tieasuier
Theo. (J, I'oitur ...... Auditor
- aoi;nts or thi:
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OK KAN KHANClhl'O, CAL.
.1. I). Cailer
(i. 11. KuIh'iImjii,
n. V. IINIiop. .
W. !'. Allen
Hon. ('. I!. Bishop
K. IJ. Allen
I'lChideiil and .Manager
HUSTACE & CO.,
- DHAI.KIIS IN -
WOOD and COAL.
-a i. so
White and Black Sand
Wliirli vve will M'll at tlin Vi'iy Lnvvest
Hales fur O.ibh.
Bell 414 - TELEPHONE -
ForMoiildinyn, Fannin, l'iinieh,Arto
types, J'ltotoiintvwex, Jilrhhiis, and
everything in the line of J'ivturen, y to
Kiny Bum., Hotel ttreet.
All 1 9 1
lMl'OUTKK AND DKAldM! IN
Steel & Iron Ranges
Stoves cSs irisitiares,
J LOUS EKE E1M NG CJOODS & KtTCJIE"Sr UTENSILS
Agate Ware in Large Variety,
WHITE, GRAY and SfLVElM'LATED;
LAS LPS & "CHANDELIERS,
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
''ater Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
DIAMOND BLOCK, Nos. .).-) & 97 KING STREET.
11 I4i?rt K
91 H I II
Oio THE UNMTIOD STATES.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
Ciomnal Agents for Hawaiian Iblands.
OH AS. II U ST ACE,
lMPOUTKU ANJ) I)KAI,i:U IX
GROCERIES, PROVISIOIS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
fi-r ALWAYS ON 1IAM) &3
Hew Goods Received by Every Steamer from San' Francisco.
JT&- All Ordois faithfully atlemleil to.
"-olieiteil and jiaeKed itli ciu'e.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street -
WEST CORNER NDUANU & KING STREETS.
P. 0. Box 4Q0. Mutual Tolciiliono 90.
IF YOU AVAXT TO SAVH T1MH AXJ) JIOXBY 1IUY YOUIl KUUX1
TlTIli: AT Till; IXL, OOUXKlt Nl'UAXU .V: KlXfi STllKKTS.
KOIIXD Tlio place to liny New BZsesm
kinds at Lowest 1'nees: '1 lie Wit, &.
jieurooin ots, vvarilioDes, leo
I.ainiw, ltugs,!ureaus, Oliell'onieis,
i -N. 1j. eomer iMiuanu ami
Ivinc jdrXfc stieets.
Steamer and Yciaiida Cliairs. Juf
Clothes lin-Kuts, Sowing Maehine-. BW.Tmn
Bom in me. i.owesi Liisu i-iieus at mo 1 A 1 iev mm bcuoiui-immi I'lir
nituio llunsi), loinci Niiuanu and King streets.
S. "VV. LEDEREB, Proprietor.
STORE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS TILL 9 O'CLOCK.
LIE "WIS & CO.,
TDi.Ki'iioNi: 2io 111 PORT STREET. i1, o. uox aiy.
- iMi'oim:its, vnoi,i;sAiK axd i:i;taii dkalkiss in
Groceries and Provisions.
OX Ifli:- lly wioli steamer of tho O. B. S. Co. liom California Vicsli California lloll
Kutler, Kroen Oysters and Flesh California Fruitu, Kish, Omiio, Yegetuhles, ote,
Aooinjiletu lino of Cros-u it lIluukvvoll'H and J. T. Sloiton's Canned and liottled (loodn
always on hand.
.lust u eel veil u Viesh I.Iiui of Genual! l'ates and 1'otted Meats and Itottled 1'iosorved
limits. Lewis A Co.'s Miilteu lliand Sucar Cuied llains and Jlaeon, Xnv Jlieakfast
Ceieals, Cieaiu Oat KlaLes and Cieain W'lieat Klal.iis,''Kleily I.eiiions, California ltivur
sidn Oianges, Oregon ItiiilnuiK J'olatoes, nte. batisfaelion guarantied.
TKIdH'lIOXK M. 1". O. 1IOX lir.,
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO,
lMl'OltTUItS AND DUAld'IKS IX
CBt-rooeries, Provisions arici Feeci.
NnwOouds Jteeoived hy Kvory 1'aehot fioni tlio llastein States mid Kmujiv.
Flti:SII HAI.Il'OltNIA l'ltODUOi: 11Y HVKKV BTUAMKH.
All Oiders faithfully ntliinded to and lioods dellvoiud to any pint of tio City fieu,
Ixlauil Ordms Milieited. Salisfaeliou giiaiantied,
Hast Oomoi' ITort c Kiias Streets.
(ni:vv iiiu.u:ri. iii.odk, mi:hciiant Krui:CT)
REA.L EoTA.xE BxiOKER
Pire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COKLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY MJBINKSB 13NTKUBT1J1) TO Mli Wild. 11K0U1VK l'UOMl'T ATTKNTION,
1U1 i fi'J IS II
SatKfaetion guaranteed. Island Orders
- Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
V. O. BOX 372.
csma and Keconil-liand Furnlturo of all
y eoiner Xuiiiinii ami King streets.
llo.es, Stoves, Ohaii.s, Hanging
etc.. Sold Chean for Cash at the.
ft. Sofas, lied I.ouni'es. llnbv Ciilis.
IBrKSTl "Whatnots, JI eat Safes, 'riiinkstctc.,