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Monday, Auk. '-, 1802.
Tho Asomlily rwonvonod nt 1: 11
o'clock, and thereupon I ho Ck'rk
road tho answers of I ho Minister of
tho Interior to uuostions propound
ed 1))' Hep. Ashford and in 10 to
naturalization of John Ni'ill, tho
Fire Marshal, and to tho otToi-l that,
"Mr. Noill inado upplientiou for na
turalization on August U)th. Also,
that tho former questions and Air.
Noill's letter having been referred to
tho Judiciary and no reply being yet
received from them, tho application
still lies upon my table."
Tho Order of the Day being
brought up to finish tho reading of
two bills thereon, the following
business was transacted thereunder:
Third reading of amended section
(tl) of Bill 28, relating to the con
solidation of the laws relating to the
Hawaiian Postal Savings Hank.
Bill til, to authorize the killing
of tho mynah bird, was read a third
time and passed.
Bill 1S2, relative to authorizing
tho payment of salaries and expeiiM's
(wages) of tho Clovernineut until
September 30th, was read a third
time and pas:ed.
Unfinished business being now
brought up, Bill 170 relative to
tho re-organization of the Judiciary
came up for consideration and dis
cussion was continued on Section !!,",
relating to tho yearly salaries of
After much argument and many
amendments an amendment oll'ered
by Noble Thurston was adopted, i. .,
"Tho Judges of the Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit, .?-lX)0 each, tho
Judges of the Second and Fifth
Circuits, 2500, the Judges of tho
Third and Fourth Circuits, :K)00."
Section 3G. Relating to the juris
diction tho several Circuit Courts
shall have, but subject to appeal and
exceptions to the Supremo Court,
according to law. Pass-ed.
Section 37. The Judge.-, of the
Circuit Courts shall have power in
Chambers within their respective
jurisdictions, but subject to appeal to
tho Circuit and Supremo Courts ac
cording to law.
Section -3S. Provided however that
tho powers and jurisdiction of Cir
cuit Judges iu Chambers relating to
causes of civil nature shall bo limit
ed in personam in which one or more
of tho parties plaint ill' is domiciled
or restrained of his liberty within
tho Circuit of tho Judge before
whom tho cause is brought and in
actions in rem in which tho proper
proceeded against is for the lime
being within tho Circuit of the sil
ting Judge; then follow nine oxcop
t ions. Passed.
Section 39. Tho Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit shall have jurisdic
tion of all civil actions accoiding to
section 3(5, provided that they may
only bo in order for hearing or bonds
being filed by plaint ill's in favor of
defendants for expenses incurred.
Claim in unwise to bo affected by
results of trial. Presiding judge
shall tax tho costs for such claim for
expenses in his discretion.
Section -10. Muttons in the juris
diction of tho judges of Circuit
Courts in Chambers as sot forth in
section 37, shall bo determined by
the sitting judge without introduc
tion by jury except as provided for
in said section 37.
Section 41. Majority of circuit
judges shall have tho pouer from
time to time to make rules for regu
lating tho practice .and conducting
tho business of tho Circuit Courts
in all matters not expressly provided
by law, but in no case shall have
power to impose costs not author
ized by statute.
Section 42. The several Circuit
Courts shall have power to compel
the attendance of parties and wit
nesses from any part of the king
dom, to compel tho production of
books, etc., to make all such
judgments, etc., and issue processes
necessary for tho promotion of jus
tice in matters ponding before them.
Section 13. Circuit judges shall
have power to administer oaths and
within thoir respective circuits com
pel tho attendance of parties, wit
nesses, etc., and to take all stops
necessary for tho promotion of jus
tice in matters pending before them
in Chambers. Passed.
Section 44. Describes the powers
of Circuit Courts in matters neces
sary for extended examination and
tho appointment of referees. Pass
ed. Section 45. Any Circuit Judge,
except judge of tho first circuit,
v hen disqualified, sick fir unable to
attend a trial, then Chief Justice
shall authorize some other Circuit
Judge to sit. Passed.
Section 40. Deputy Sheriff shall
open and adjourn Circuit Court
when substitute judge as above ap
pointed shall fail to attend. Ad
journments not to bo loiigor than
three days unless by written older
of the Judge, who shall appoint the
, Section 47. Defendants in crimi ,
mil eaes bound to appear before '
court which shall fail to hold its
term shall appear at next. Parsed.
Section IS. All judges of Circuit
Courts to make returns to Chief
Justice during the month-of Jan
uary of each year of business trans
acted by thorn. Passed.
Section 41). Helaling to the .Su
premo Court; how composed. Passed.
Section fit). Helative to the juris
diction or the Supieiue Court over
all inferior courts. Passed.
Section fl. Jurisdiction of Su
preme Court to hear questions of
Section fill. Supremo Couitto
have power to compel attendance of
witnesses, production of books and
papers, make awards, issue processes,
etc., in keeping with powers given
toil by the Constitution and laws.
Section fi3. The several Justices
of the Supreme Court shall have tho
power to administer oaths, to issue
writs of error and other writs to
Inferior Courts lelurnable before tho
Supieme Court. Passed.
Section fit. Supieme Court to
hold four terms each year beginning
on third Monday- of March, June,
September anil December. Special
terms as neec wit. Mav is.Mio cer
tain writs on Sunday or legal holi
Section .". Terms of Supreme
Court to be held in Honolulu unless
by necessity elsewhere pro trmporc.
Terms to be of eighteen days.
Section i0. Cases to be tried by
full Court. If Justice of Court non
attendant place may be filled by a
Circuit Judge. No two vacancies to
bo so filled. Pa-ed.
Section .7. Court may be of opin
ion that a point involved has not
been.aigued. Case not to bo decided
until counsel of both sides have op
portunity to argue same. Passed.
Section fS. Supreme Court may
from time make iiiles. No power
to impose costs not authorized by
Minister Neumann now rose and
deputed his duties as chairman of
the Judiciary Committee with docu
ments involved to Hep. W. O. Smith.
Tho President announced as the
Taro-Ihig committee, Jlons. Smith,
A. S. Wilcox. Akina, Kanoa and Bald
win,. At 4:10 the-Ahsenibly adjourned.
Saved n Woman's Life.
Mr. J. E. Thorouyhyood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says:
"Two teaspoontils of Chamberlain':,
Colic, Cholera and Diairho'a .Rem
edy saved the life oT Mrs. .lane
Thomas, of this place." Ho also
states that several other very bad
cases of bowel complaint (here have
been cured by this remedy. Wot
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
A: Co., Agents.
DO YOU FOLLOW ME?
Tho "TouniM Ci
i. n" is inndu of
and 'J'urkMi Tobac
co Filler wiih Ila
v.iim Wrapper of
superior Kiaile, and
without paper; pro
nounced n connois--eur-.
to he'thu finest
I nd t -pc iisiblo
here a slmi t smoke
is dciicd. Health
ier mid better than
a eiujaietto for a
IV Ask your
dealer for theinl
maim; nv -
Tho Kuliey & Co. Branch oi the American
Cigarette Co., Honolulu.
Election of Olilcors.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till-: ADJOUUXKI) ANNUAL
Meeting of the .Stockholders of the
Walohiiiu Agiiciillual A' (ira.ing Co. held
this day, the following Otllcers uere elected
for the ensuing .war:
President .. Hon. V. fl. Irwin,
Vice-President. ..Mr. .1. M. Monsaiiat,
Secretin y )
,t ,. .Hon. 0. P. laukeii,
Auditor ... Hon. V. M. (lill'ar.l.
V. fl. J i win. .1. M. Monsaiiat, 0. P.
lauUea, .1. Kaiihaue, .1, D, l'mis.
11. P. IAUKKA,
Seeretarv V. A. A (i. Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 1, lhIL'. fibd-liii
EliECTION of OFFICERS.
A T Til K ANN UAI. M Kirn NO OF Til i:
1 Htoclihtdders of tho Ilonuiuu Hugiir
Coiiiiany held this day, the following
Olllcers were elected for the i nsiiing year:
Piesiihint Tom May,
Tieasuror flco, H. llohertson,
Hccretary .A. 0. I.ovek'in,
Auditor . . .. F. Wuiidenbcrg,
I .1. (). Curler
Kecieliuy Honoiiiii Hngur Co.
Honolulu, Aug. U, 1MU. IlKi-lin
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A T T1IK ANNUAL MIJKTINd OF
V the KtoelsIioldurH of the HANAI.1I1
fjUtJAIt Mil, I, COMPANY, held Ibis day,
tlm following Otllcur ur elected for the
President Oban. I.. Carter, INip
Vlce-Piesidenl.. . Hon. .1. N. S. WIIIIiiiuh
hecietary .... .1. O. Curler
Treasurer.. . . (ico. II. lloherlsou
Auditor .. .J. O. Carter
Whoarcaho Diieclor of tho Compauv.
.1. o. CAItTi:!!,
bccietary II. H. -M. Co,
Honolulu, July IS, lisOJ. 171-ui
SEPT. 2, 1892.
I YACHT HAl'K-lsr Class.
ctctision of the l'eail City wharf, down
the main channel, to the mouth of the
baibor, near I he reef, tacking around the
Make ImhII; thence tip the main channel
lo the llonotiliuli hoc n, up the Honouiiuli
Loch to mid tacking around a stake boat
at the head of this l.och opposite. I'obiii
son's lauding; thence out of the Honouii
uli l.och up the main channel, passing
between Kurd's Island and the Manana
feninsula, to the windward of Kord'x Isl
and, thence, down thudiannel lying east of
Kurd's lslanil, making n circuit of Ford's
island; thence to the point of commence
ment. '.'-YACHT llAC'H-L'ii Class.
Corissi:: Starting from aline drawn in
extension of the l'eail City wharf, down
the main channel, to the mouth of the
harbor near the reef, tacking around the
stake boat; thence up the main channel,
ii,iiiiii. lii.tvi'i'ini Kind's Ixlntnl nml flin
Mamma roninsula, to the windward of
corn's Island: thence ilown the channel
lying Last of Kurd's Island, making the
ciiciiit of ford's Island; thence to the point
a YACHT ItACi: Ihi Ci.ss. Kor open
lloats under 1S feet length. 1st I'rize,
'U; I'd 1'rijje, $10.
Coi'ini:: From starting point, same as
in liaces 1 and U, to windward of Ford's
Island, milking circuit of said Island,
thence to point of commencement.
Yachts will assemble oil' the foot of J.e
liuii Avenue in l'eail City reniiisiihi at !)
A preparatory gun will be fired on the
Judge's boat nt!)::S0 . M. The starting
gun will be lired at 10 A. m. sharp.
The start xx i II be a Hying one; the time
of each yacht being taken as she crosses
the line) but no yacht shall be allowed
more than ten minutes within which to
start after the signal to stait lias been
Time allowance, one iiiinulu to the ton.
Knch yacht inu-t carry at her luaintoji
niiist head a distinguishing Hag of a suit
able sio, which must not be hauled down
unless siiu gives up the race.
I'ucli yacht must carry during the race
no more limn the usual anchors and chains,
which must not he used as shipping ballast
or fur altering the trim of the yacht. No
bags of shot shall be on board and all bal
last shall ho pioperly stoweil under the
platforms or in lockers and shall not be
shipped or trimmed in any way whatever
during the race.
No restriction as to ipiantity of sail.
l SIX OAKKI) 110ATS Smiukii Si-ath.
Corusi:: Starting from a lino drawn in
extension of the Pearl Citv whaif, to and
round a stake boat at the head of iVuipio
l.och, thence to jioint of eomiiieiiccineiit.
fi-FOUU OAl(i:i) IlOATS-Si.iiu.Nd Skath.
Couiisi:: Same as in Itacc No. I.
ll-SIX OAItlCI) BOATS Staiionaiiv
Shaih. 1st Prize, a)j '.'d Prize, $10.
Couksi:: Same as in Knees mid .1;
couise lo lie pulled over twice.
N. 11. The ltegnttu ibices will be under
me ruies aooieii ny ine iiawauan liowlng
.t Yachting Association, copies of which
ules adopted bv
can be obtained from (J. Asiii.i:v,
In all races, two or'more boats must start
to make a race.
The rowing races will take place al 1 i-..m.
The signal gun will be Ihed fioin the
Judge's stand at ll:'M o'clock.
Signal for the competing boats to aciu.
hie at the starting line will be the liring of
a gun ten minutes before the start of each
lie onen nl llin
ollicoof the tti'i,KiiiNrj:Nin..Nr of the Owiu
Uaiiawy and Ijanii Company, until V2
o'clock noon, August Jllst, INii
.Imiiii:s:-C. 11. WINou, V. M. flill'urd,
Cunt. .1. A. King.
Timckkki-cii: Jos. Huliash, W, !'. I.ove.
Prizes of tho aliovu races are now
on Inhibition at the Pacii'ic Hahuwaiik
l u.'s hioiu:, Port street.
Trains will Leave Honolulu for Pearl City
Peniusula at 7:30, 9, 10, 11, 12, a. m.,
and 1, 2, 3, 4 and 4:30 p. ai.
netumluu will Leave Pearl City Peninsula
for Honolulu EVERY HOUR.
Grand Picnic k Ba
AT REMOND GROVE
On the same date given by tho
Sons of SI, George Society
-MUKK! will bo in attendance for
Dancing dining the day and evening,
ftr-HAMHH for the Ladies mid Child
ren, with Prizes.
Aiimle provision has been nitule
for liefieshmeiits both on the Peninsula
and lleiuond drove.
50c. -ROUND TRIP-50c.
J 111 y -s$
St. HiOiJiis, 2so.
BREWERS OF FINE BEER
Manufactured from Pure Malt and Highest Grade Hops!
No Corn or Corn Preparations uh'i!
ern Ureweries, inoriler to cheapen the eiwl
worM-rcnowneil mid justly famed article.
WEIwMSiB&lSSgSi&JX'SsSL ,Asb trm'Jii)i:M
KT fJdKUraWk'.l Krr-i? 31 .TJ-. ja V. . . - -IT -. Jj .- t'LrJa. XXXW FlHI
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: C kettles every 24 hours, G,000 Barrels, er 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumiiion of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day S,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,.r00 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Anheuser-Busch Beuu. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
most wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
' Annual Shutinp Capacity : 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs, o
The A.Nili:iisi:i!-ltiisi ii Co. have carried oil' tho Highest Honors and the Highest
Class Gold Medals whciever they have competed. At all of the International Inhibi
tions throughout the world their Beer levelled All Others!
This Company have picparcd a Sieelnl llrand of their Highest flrade ltccr for the
Hawaiian Islands, known as "SPKOIAIj ItltKW," with a haudsoine label and in White
Dottles, which, with tlieir best "IOXI'OP.T AXIIKUSlilt" in Dark Dottles, heretofore
imported, we will now supply to the Trade iu Quantities to Suit.
O, CF. MCCARTHY,
(ni:w iii'i.m:tin' iimk'k, sinncii.vxT stkkkt)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY UUSIXKSS KNTISUSTKI) TO MK WILL KKOKIVK PltOMl'T ATTKNTIOX.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Firo Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marino Ins. Co.,
Assets, 86,124,057. i
Now York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER
Genoral Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
When you waul a J'ortmit linUtrtfed
cull on Kiny llras., yet their J'riee liixt,
tnd nee Samples. They van' t lie beat!
rpiu: WMUICLV HULLi:TIN'.'rt COL
JL uiunxof Interesting heading Matter.
Islands, I; mulled to foreign countries,.
In place of Mnlt, sis Is ilono by other Kast-
of their Keer, ami to compete with our
rS3ra E9 ?T'pttw'1 i. m" -
G-. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Ajronts for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
WM. 6. IRWIN k CO.
OKI-' nit kok kali:
Lime : and : Cement,
PAKAKKINK PAINT f'O.'S
Compounds and Roofing,
Pelt Steam Pipe Covering,
; wool Dust, Bono Meal, Fish Guano.
ALSO IIUCK. A OIILANDT'S
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
Grass Seeds :
Cocksfoot, Ryo Grass and Clovers.
KAIltUANlt CANNINO CO.'S
In 1 and :.' lb Tins,
SALMON IN BARRELS,
Beware o Imitations!
I CAUTION' (lie I'iiMIc ii(,'uint Oio oll'er
ings or "Normal Sanitary Jaeger
Underwear" nrtverti-eil hy Uliserunultms
houses to niNleail I lie nubile Tliu
gtp Cannot lie purchased there, hut
only at my Store.
Kor the Hnwaiian Islands of Dr. nied. fl.
.Inegcr's Sanitary Underwear.
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
FULL LINK OF
At prices which we established on
commencing CASH Dusiness.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Farina Bouquet, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Cnriy Maple, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Cents.
tf See our Fine Line of
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets,
t.& Call and see our floods before buy
ing elsewhere. Last but not least
A I.AIKIi: VAKIBTY OK
Novels & Popular Bound Books.
HART & CO.,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Wish to inform tho Public of Hono
lulu and all icsidents of the other
Islands that they have secured the
services of Jlr. Charle-. Ludwigsen,
an exjiert Candy Maker of long ex
perience, and who is particularly
familiar with the tastes of all lovers
Having recently made great im
provements and added new machin
ery toonroxlensive Candy Factory,
we are now Letter able than ever
before to siijijily the public with
High Grade Confections of Unsur
passed Quality and Strictly Pure
and Wholesome MateTial. Our
motto will always bo
"Nor now ciu:.r, nur now noon"
can wo make the Candies.
Yours, anxious to please.
1IAKT & CO.
Kl.lTK Il'K CltllAM P.VKI.OIIS
anii Caniiv Kai'TOHV.
CASTLE & GOOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
New England Mutual Life Iusuranco Co,,
- Mua Fire Insurance Co.,
Union Insurance Co.,
OF SAN FKAN01SCO, OAL.
WILL KKSUMK HIS
Residence 13 Emma St. Mutual Tel. 321.
For Moulding, Frame, Pastels, Arto
types, J'hotoyravures, litvhiwj, and
everything in the Hue of Vietures, yo lo
King liros., Hotel flreel.
IS SHOWING A
Now so Popular
AND AT I'KIOKS WHICH YOU A.VII.1.
CONSIDKU BXCBBDINOIA' LOW
FOIt SUOH HIOH (HIADK GOODS.
A. W. IIOl.STl.ll.
Fort st., over F. (lertz's Shoe Store.
VIEW, LANDSCAPE & PORTRAIT VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Such as Natives Making l'oi Grass Housqs
Hawaiian Style Hiding Iluhihuln
Dancers Coeoanut Groves I'alm
and Date Groves' Street Views
mid Buildings War Vessels
Shipping and Marino
Views, Ktu., F.te.
Also a Large Collection of all Prominent
and Interesting Views of the Hawaiian
Islands, either Mounted or Unmounted.
Books of Hawaiian Views
Made up to Order at the most Kcasonuhlc
Kates in Honolulu.
Cabinets SB'and S5 a Dozen.
nail P. o. Dox i!W tf
Win. 6. Irwin & Co.
Win. 0. Irwin, - Piesident.ind Manager
Glaus Sprcekels, - - - - Vice-President
W. M. llilfard, - Secretary and Treasurer
Tlieo. 0. Porter ------ Auditor
AGENTS OF THU
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & GO.
J. O. Carter President and Manager
G. II. Ptobertson Treasurer
K. F. Dishop Seerotnry
Hon. C. It. Itishon
S. C. Allen Directors
The Best Lunch in Town;
Tea. and Coffee
AT ALL HOURS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
EL J. NOLTE, Prop.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
G. J. "Waller,
' HUSTACE & CO.,
- DKALKHS IN -
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Whleh wo will sell at the Very Lowest
Market Kates for Cash.
Bell 414 - TELEPHONE Mutual 19
AFULLSKT OF HOU81CHOLI) FUK
nitiire as it slamla. Tho Lease of
tho I'ruiiilnes No. 112 Fort street, is nlno
(ill'ereil for iIIhimisiiI, Further imrtiuulura
on application to
On the premises.
f) 1JOHH13 I'OWKK UI'IUQHT 1IAXTKK
Jj Knu'iiie nml lloiler, In good working
onler, For imrtlcularii or terms upi'ly totlio