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SEV ENT Y-Kl 0 11T11 15 A V.
Tuisnvv, Aug. TO, 1Si)L.
Tho Assoinbly rocom iMiml at 1:10
o'clock, and inimodiatoly thuioupoit
Rop. Wilder took the floor, and tin
der the existing suspension of the
rules offered the following i evolu
tion of want of eoiilideneo:
"Whereas the Cabinet has shown a
laek of ability to eopo with tho pte
sont and prospective finanoial status
of the country, and of evooittho
ability to cany out the laws for the
development and adwinooinont of
the country; and whoioas, their
course has shown a lack of -enso of
responsibility for the course of legis
lation, and an absence or that leader
ship which is befitting and due fiom
the Cabinet, and an absence of a
policy of any kind; and in place
thereof they have followed a weak,
shitting and vacillating course, deio
gatory to the dignity of the ollice
and injurious to the public inteic-t;
and whereas, the ndmiiiistiatiou of
tho Toliee Depaitnient of the King
dom under the pie-ent Cabinet lias
caused public scandal; now fheie
fore, bo it resolved, that the Hote-o
hereby expresses its want of" eoiili
deneo in the piexent Cabinet.
In support of the le-olution Kep.
"Wilder said that he liad no ill-feeling
against any member of the Cabi
net, but ho did feel that they did not
hao tho confidence of either the
House, or tho public.
Noble Cornwell moved that con
sideration of tho resolution be post
poned until net Alomlav. Ho fawn
ed tho consideration of 15111 17(i,
which had been inteirupted.
Kep. Ashford spoke at consider
able length in favoi of the adoption
of tho resolution. Tlioj had had a
throe months' experience of the
ability of tho piesent Cabinet, was a
further expeiienco needed? Did not
consider that a postponement until
Mouthy w as necessai y unless it w as to
give the opportunity for tho Cabinet
to make bargains with their friends.
The Cabinet has failed in its ability
to lead. Tlio Ministiy have sat like
four corpses with no opinion and no
policj, unable to peifoim any ac
tion except to diaw their alaiies.
Tho resolution said that the Poliie
Department had been a cause foi
scandal. Everybody know that that
was true. Ho was afraid the Atlot-noy-Genoral
was too good-natuied
to attempt to clean that Augean
stable. He was sorry that his friend
and neighbor tho Attorney -Geneial
whoso backward joins his and whoso
hen houso was in cloe proximitv
should have gone into Hie Cabinet.
Tho accession would not save the
tottering structure. He fearedth.it
soino would think his friend's en
trance was tho immediate cause of
Attornoy-Gonoial Neumann do
sired to oiler an amendment to the
resolution, but being objected toiose
then simply to a question of privi
lege and said, that tho niomhcr from
tho 3rd District was a small boiobul
had been politically accepted on
account of his wind as a largo bote
and for that reason the lneinbei's
mouth often ran away with his head.
He denied the imputation tiiat anv
bargaining would be done by his
colleagues. His association with
thoin in tho Cabinet had been but of
short duration, but ho know that,
liko himself, they wanted no votes
but those freely and honestly given.
It was a blessed thing foi the coun
try that the Legislature had the op
portunity to oppress its confidence
or want of confidence in the Cabinet,
and his colleagues and himself would
bow gracefully to its will. Jfe io
cognized tho good stylo in which the
member had supported the u-(ilu-tion,
but he had advanced nothing
which required any answer. The
dismissal of tho Cabinet would not
bo a party measuie, and that fact
would be a consolation to them, lie
hold in his hand Bill 17li (to reor
ganize tho Judiciary) on which lie
had done a good deal of work. He
did not wish to say with the Latin
poet oleum l lalmrem piriliili, that
lie had lost both his labor and his
oil; he did not wish to leave his
flop. K. W. Wilcox was in favor of
the resolution being acted on at
once, the Bill 17(5 could wait. lie
had introduced a resolution siinihu
to this previously, but it had been
tabled. Ho, however, found no fault
and had no feeling about that mat
ter. The speaker then began a
tirade on Marshal C. 15. Wilson and
used language in connection theie
with which created considoinblo dis
order and the Piosidont on being
told said the language was uncalled
for, improper and out of older.
Jiop. Kaunauiano had not heaid
as yot any good reasons for suppos
ing the resolution. A similar leso
lution had been previously intro
duced by Kep. 11. W. Wilcox, but it
was tabled because it was said the
Houso had no confidence the in
troducer, Tho Finance ConumUou
oaimnc(l tho dopaitinonts and had
letuined a repmt to the House, but i
theie was nothing theiein contained I eminent ollicers. Llus Ministry bo
te justify this icsolution. The Cabi- j ing uneeitain of the support of the
net was not to blame for the deeds , House in such a nieasuio and fear
or the Maishal. He thought that ing that such a proposal on their
(he appointment of the new Attor- I part might jeopardize the result
ney-Ueneial was the leal cause of i desiied, put ho foi o the llouso just
the icsolution; -oino of the Nobles the Appropiiations of the last
feel voiy soie over that, and were
jealous of the now incumbent. Theie
was, to his mind, moie confidence to
be placed in this conseiv alive Cabi
net than in one which desiied to
either uile or mill.
Minister Neumann said that his
attitude in legaid to a certain poi
t ion of the icsolution intioduced in
the nioiniug had been placed faKelv
bv the nieinbei from Waialua. He
had not ondoawnod to seieen the
Mnishnl, but had objected to the ic
solution on one poition which was
both unnecessaiy, unseemly and un
just, and only bote the marks of
venom, lie was sorry to find Hop.
15. V. Wilcox conduct himself in so
iinseenilv a manner, xuuy to heai
him ue language unbecoming a gen
tleman (Kep. K. W. Wilcox. "1 am a
gentleman!" (L.utghtei.) and one
who had been educated at the ex
pense of the laxpavois should allow
the base slander to pa-s. II was his
duty as a gentleman (Wilcox: "I said
1 was a gentleman and I am.") to ie-
sent that statement. That was why
lie desiied to have that icsolution
tabled, lie did not wish to desig
nate in (he language which belonged
to the autluu of (ho-e vvoiiK, his
piopei title- woids which vveie base
and an insult to our Queen.
Minister Widoniann l ejected with
seoin the idea advanced of bin gain
ing foi votes to kill the resolution
now befoie the Assembly. It any
one should appioach him on that
subject he would well, tuin his
back on (hem. lie did not wish
the nialtei postponed, lie would
present a little histoiy:
This Legislatuie consists of IS
mentbeis which mav be, without
claimiii"; actual coiiectness for this
statement, classified as follows;
Libeial paity 15), Uefoiui paity 11,
National Refoim paity S, Indepen
dent I, Doubtful.'!. The Ministry
may thus bo classified: Kefoun
paity 2, National Reform paity 1,
without part j 1.
Thus it will appeal that even if
the National liefoiin and Uofoiin
p.uties unite in suppoit of (he Miu
istn, which is tin1 oiy oontraiy to
at all likelj, the Ministiy would not
command a ni.ijoiit,).
1( is (heiefore consideied from
(ho standpoint of plain paity, the
Cabinet is ccitninly far from stiong;
to the contrai, it mav be called
v 013' weak, as not one of the above
mentioned parties would be united
to suppoit the Cabinet as a whole.
It theiefote becomes necessaiy foi
(he Cabinet to govern its com so of
action so as to secitio (as a whole oi
in pait) the suppoit of (lie Legisla
tuie. He I ho Cabinet accomplished
this (i, Vis it by ils action oi ac
tions di'x'ivil on the whole (his dis
appinv.il el this House and (ho pub
lic a( Irro'
The fiixt i.vo eausaiives given for
(lie losolut ion of the "Waul of confi
dent in Her Majesty's piesent Min
istiv" now undci discussion are di
icctly aimed at the Foieign and Fi
nance Depaitments, but may be in
theii general wording const mod so
as to include (ho oihoi two depait
"To piiviU lor the moie effective
and ec:.jiuical application of funds
to public impiovoinontx."
" 13 ii t have unwniiantnhly delayed
the business of the House and have
hiudeied the elloils of individual
nienibeis to cuitail the expenses of
the public sot vice."
No one I picsiimo accuses the pie
sent Cabinet of having by their ac
tion cau-ed the passage of the Mc
Kinlny Hill Irj, the Congress of the
United Slaten. I believe I speak
con oct lv when I sav that the com
munity at huge and the iiioicantile
coiiimuuilv especially wish foroi de
siie a closet connection with the
United States bv a universal icoipio
The repoil of His Excellency the
Miuistei of Foieign Allaii.s to this
House plainly sets foil h the action
of the Cabinet in this mattei.
Having become painfully avvaie
that ''Ecouomv must heouiwatch
vvoid," 1 hesitated long what steps
to take to btiug about the desiied
result. Having aimed at a conclu
sion in this icspoot I laid befoiu the
House without glossof woids a plain
and simple statement of Die financial
.status of the count ly in my loport
to the Jegislatuie, leaving it to this
House to ai live at the same conclu
sion that I had come to.
In the Appiopiiatiou Hill laid
befoie (he House I shadowed foi 111
economy in (he, loduotioii of the
amount for Her Majesty's 1'iivj
pui.so, the lodmftioii of Ministers,
salutics and the reduction to the old
figure of the Chief Clerk of the
Supieine Couit, the luteiior Depart
ment and of the Kegistrai of Public
A Ministtj snro of support of a
majority of tho llouso should and
would undoubtedly hao proposed n
geneial lediiction of salaties of Gov-
poiiod, leaving it to the good sense
of the House to act accordingto
theii own judgment.
Kep. Smith spoke at cousideiable
length in favor of the icsolution.
Theie had novel been such a time as
now with tho excess of opium smug
gling and open gambling. The
count ty and the Government was so
debased that the piopositiou was
made to intioduce a lottery a
blanch of tho Louisiana lottery, or
something equally corrupt. Ho
would defy anv one to name a time
of such genoial demoralization. The
allaiis of the Government weio not
in safe hands with tho present Min
istiy. A motion was made (1.07) that the
House adjoin n bill was lost, 20 to
Hep. Hipikaue said he had no feel
ings against tho piesent Cabinet.
Tho Committee of Finance had not
said much against the Ministry in
(licit supposed seatching reioil.
The whole tiottblo was in tho Attor-uoy-Gonoial's
department. Ho had
no fault to find with Minister Neu
mann but the man who pieeeded
him was the ono that ho was after.
Ministoi Neumann I have not
haidly got my breath jot from the
suddenness of mj appointment. Had
no chance to do auj thing jet.
Hep. Bipikano If the Ministij
will lemove the Marshal bj next
Mondaj tlioj can staj1, if not then
out they go. (Laughter.)
Miuistei I'atker said that the first
icsolution was intioduced but a few
minutes befoie noon. No oppor
tunity had jet boon had to do anj--thing
with that jet. Now a want of
confidence vote was spuing he de
siied immediate action and not do
lly. Hop. Ashford was on a com
mittee to investigate police matteis;
ho had not jet made anj repoit.
Hep.Ashfordsaidthat there was
one set of questions that ho knew of
lelative to the Bloom and Douglas
matter that had been loforred, but
since it had got into the hands of
the chaiiman of the Committee on
Judicial j', of which he was a mem
ber, nothing had boon known of it.
11 o believed it had been deliberated
Minister Neumann showed that
ho as chairman of the committee
mentioned had not smotheied it.
Hop. Ashfoid was not willing now
to think thai he was altogether: he
would not impute such action to the
Minister Neumann accepted the
apology and said that thej weie as
good friends as ever formeilj-.
Minister Parker considered that
tho inteiruption bj' Hop. Ashfoid
looked as though the member was
tijing to smother him. Ho advised
the Hawaiian nienibeis that their in
tetests should be carefully watched
in the formation of a new Cabinet.
Some of the members were of opin
ion that the Cabinet would vote for
Hoi net's Bank Bill. The Cabinet
had taken caio of tho bill simplj' be
cause it was the production of j-ears
of thought of a member of tho
House and it was entitled to con
sideration. The Cabinet only ad
vised in tho mattei of second read
ing. I lie only salvation for the 11a
waiians laj in tho Queen having the
povvoi to call a Cabinet.
Another motion to adjourn was
now made but declared out of older.
Noble Tliuiston said tho speech
of Minister I'aikor had sin prised
him gie.it lj'. Ho had not thought
Minister I'atker would make an ap
peal to lace piojudico, as ho had. It
was a disgiaoo to him as a man and
an official. He was fighting for his
official life, but it was disgtaceful to
lake such moans as this. The rea
son this icsolution was not intio
duced by a native Hawaiian to-day
was that at a joint caucus of the
Hefoiin and National Hoforni paities
it was decided that, as Hep. It. W.
Wilcox had just been committed on
a charge of tteason, it was not advi
sable to have the news go abroad
that he had been a leader in the
plan of ousting tho Cabinet. Noble
Una was to have brought the icsolu
tion in, but owing to the personal
friendship existing between him and
lueiuboisof tho Cabinet it was de
cided to have Hep. Wilder introduce
it. We do not give as our reason for
this vole of want of confidence the
small amounts that have been mis
spent, but proceed on higher giounds.
It is based on the broad principle
that the Ministry has done none of
the duties of a Cabinet. The Cabi
net must be the head or tail of the
House. This one is certainly the
tail, ft is far mote honorable for a
Cabinet to have a steady poliuy than
to bo kicked by evety member of
the House, anil hold ollice by any
means in their power. The only
thing the Cabinet has done this
session was to place a 10 cent tax on
, . ,, ,i ,, i ,
playing cauls. Then they lay down,
and have not been able to get up
sinco. Wo do not charge them with
crime, but with great incapacity.
The doings of the Maishal have been
stinking in the nostrils of the people
for mouths, and now, after this icso
lution, the Ministiy asks for "lime."
Great Godl How much time do
they want? If you have any desite
to have this resolution acted upon,
now is the time, give moie and the
Minister of Foieign Affairs will
tluovv diit in your e.ve. The Attor-noy-Gonoral
is a wily old fox and
will outwit von if vou give him time
enough. The scalp of the Maishal
lsovertlieie in (lie Attoine,-ueii-eial's
seat; if jou want it now lake it,
now is the time. Let us hear no
more about the haole and the ka
naka; it is too despicable.
Minister Wideinann said ho knew
it was only peisonal feeling on the
part of many of the people who
would vote for tho measuie. It was
haul to bo the head of a thing which
was all head. I wish you all to vote
on this question as jour duly points
out. 1 did not come heietodiaw
the salaiy, as has been said, of this
position, but because I thought it
my duty to come. T have, by a la
boiious life and dint of good man
agement, enough to pay foriny biend
and butter. The Cabinet inherited
their positions with a heavy d law
back. It had a load or debt of $S)0l),
000. We did as well as we could
with that millstone lound our necks.
Wo got along all light up to the
time of the meeting oT this Legisla
tuie, voiy well. Theie vveie no calls
on that debt except in tho oidiuaij
waj of business. Theie vveie no
special calls (lining iiav. in .June,
.Inly and August the calls vveie
heavy. If I had seen at any time
that 1 could have done good In do
ing so I would have resigned. I nave
not felt so yot. I do not I eel so now.
I did wish to say something about
$10,000 to be laised, but will not
lJep. White moved to lay the mo
tion on the table.
( Hop. Thuiston called foi tho ayes
and noes on the question.
The avos and noes wote taken and
the motion was lost 22 to 12 as fol
lows: Ayes Nobles llergoi, Vua, Hoa
pili, Coinwell and Dieiet; Heps.
Pua, Kauuaiuano, Kamauoha, Ka
p.ihu, White, Kanealii and Edmonds
Noes Nobles Enn, Maefatlano,
Teleison, Cummins, Williams, K.ni
hane, .1. M. Hoinei, Hind, Maisden,
Young, Baldwin. W. Y. Homer,
Walbiidge, Aiiderson, Tliuiston,
Wilcox and ICanoa; Heps. Wildet,
Bipikane, Ashfoid, Aki, Kauhi, i.
W. Wilcox, Bush, Hoi noi, Wnipui
lani, Naliinu, Ivalttna, Ios(pa, Akiua,
Smith and A. S. Wilcox. .'12.
Excused Heps. Navvahi and Koa
hou. At r:.'10 on motion tho Assembly
took lecess until 7:.'H) p. in.
Take Good Uaro of tho Chilihen.
If j'ou have childien jou will be
inloiested in the oxpoiionco of Mi.
John Cook, of 1'ilot, Yei million Co.,
111. He says: "Two jeats ago two
of m j fain il j', a jouug man and a
girl, had veij- severe and dangeious
attacks of blood j llux. The doctor
heie was unable, aftet a week's time,
to check or lelieve either case. 1
throw tho doctor ovcihoaid and be
gan using Chambei lam's Colic, Cho
lera and Dianlnea Itemed j'. Im
piovoinent was seen veij- soon and
mj- childten aioso in a few dajs
from what 1 feaied would bo their
deathbed. It is a grand, good medi
cine." For sale bj all doaleis. Ben
son, Smith it Co., Agents.
A Clovor Tiaiup.
Afis. iraulig- I can't sen for thu
lifo of mi) how on managed toliri'iik
this I'omi'r oil tlio ax.
Tramp It was not tlio wood,
nia'ain, but I oarolossly let it ill op
on tlio pin tlial oiirnexl-dooi neigh
bor gavo mo.
Afih. Hardig- L'oinn in anil I will
give you a cup of vvaini codec.
Cholly M.ibol ami- or
been or t ailting - - and I
conic, to avv.slv if you will coiir-out to
Hor Father -What! Allow xou to
marry my diuightm Alnlml? Novel!
Cholly (with a high of rolioi)
DO YOU FOLLOW ME?
'1 III! "Till HIHI fi
ll Ml" Is iiiiuIk of
and TiuKlxli Tohai
ro Killer with Ha
vana Vriiipor oT
Hiuioilor giado, and
wiihoiit p.ipu ; pin
noiinied h,v ruiiuuih-
M'llIM tO 1 111 1 1 111 tllll'st
1 ml is pons ih In
wlieion shoil hiiioUii
loi ami hottu than
u I'lgiuottn foi a
Z& X-U j our
tlealei foi tin in I
' TUe Kuboy U Co' Branch of Ule Aul0"c
Cigarette Co, Honolulu,
rP"': Vi:i:KI,Y IWl.uiTlN-iis nn,.
JL iiniiisor JiiluroHtJiij,' Ituiiliig Mallei,
' JhlumlH, lj mulled to foreign (.ouiitiiiw.fo!
I-YAl 11T NACn 1st Ci vs-i.
Cullin : Still tmu fiom a linr iIiiivmi III
extension of tin- I'ltilCilv vvli.uf, iluvvu
tin' iiiniii i limiiii'l, to I ho intuit ! of tho
hiirhm, inn tin- ii of, tiuKilij,' mound the
stiil.o In nt, tin mi up the until! ohnnnol
to the ilommiiiili l.ni'li, iqi tho llouoiiiiiili
l.ooli In .mil talking numnil a NtiiUo hint
nt tlio lie id of this .oi'h opposite Koliin
son's liimling, tlionoe out ol the Jlonouli
iili Lot h uji thu itniiii I'lianuol, pissing
hi tv con I'onl's lsltmil anil tho Mini in i
Peninsula, to tint vvindvwiid of I'iihI's Is.
mil, thuni'o down thooli iniiol lj ing oast of
l'oid's Nliind, ni.iUing a oliiuit of Poul's
Island; thunce to tho point of iiininionio
uiont. 2-YA( 11T UACU Jn Ci.vss.
Cour.si:: Stinting fiom u lino diivviim
oxtonsion of tho lo.n I t itj whaif, down
tho inaiii ihiiunol. to tho inoiith of tho
haihoi nun thu nof, taoKing aiounil tho
stake ho it; thoiiui up tho ni.iiu oh.iiiuol,
pivsmg hotweon Pout's Mum! and tho
.Maiiiu.i I'oiiiusiil.i, to tho windw.iid of
l'oid's Island: thuiioe down tho i h.innol
lving l.ast of Tout's Island, niiil.ing thu
1 1 1 on it of foul's Island; thrnioto tho point
:i YACHT HACK .In Ci ss. Tor ojion
lloitsundoi IS foot lougtli. 1st 1'no,
pju, M l'ne, fie.
Col usi : Pioiii slaiting jioint, s.mio as
in linos land J, to windward of l'oid's
Isliml, in lUmg (ileum of slid Island,
theme to point of luinnieui'unient.
Yaolits will .ism nihlo oil the foot of I.o
Im.i Avenue in lVnil ( itj 1'uiuiisiil.i at '1
X piopuatoi.v gun will ho lnod nn tin1
Judge's lio.it at'). .(I . m. Tim slaiting
gun will he liiod .it II) v. m. shuip.
'J ho stmt will hu a lljing ono; the tlinii
of e it'll j.ioht hoing t.iKon .is shu oio-sts
the lino, hut no acht shall ho allow oil
nioio than ton miniitos within whioh to
suit after tho signal to st.nt has hoon
'1 lino allowanu , ono ininiilo to tho ton.
liieh jacht must o mj at hoi inaintoii
nuist In. id a distinguishing II ig of a stiil
ililc sie, w hu h must not ho iiauled down
unless shu givis up thu laio.
IJ it il Miehl must o u i iluiing tht ta.o
no moie than tin usual anehorsand eliaiiis,
wlin.il must not he used as shipping ballast
oi fin altoimg thotiiin of thu ,wnJit. No
hags ol shol sh ill he on hoaid and all hal
1 1st shall ho piopuly siownl undci thu
lilatfouns in In loiko'isand shall not hu
slnppi d in tiimiuid m anj waj whatevoi
iluiing the laio.
No lOsti leiion as to ipiantitj of sail.
I-S1X OAIM',1) IiOA.T.-5-SiuiiMi hi i.
Comm : bt.uting from a lino di.ivvn in
uxlmisiim of tho J'l.ul Citv vvliiuf, to and
lound a stako hoit at thu fu ail of W'supio
l.oeh, thoui'o to point of ooninii in oniont.
.V-l'OUIt OAi:i:i) HOATS-Si hum. Si vrs.
Com.si : Saino as in Itaiu No. 1.
0 SIX 'oAlti:i) HOATh feiviioxvnv
bi vis. 1st 1'iiu, fJil, 'Jd l'no, fJO.
Coi'itsi : Same as in Haees I and fi;
ionise to ho pulled ovur twiiu.
N. 1!. Tho Hogatt.i linns vill hn undoi
tho Hilt s mloptui li thu Hawaii. In How ing
iV. Yaehting Assoilation, lopios of whiili
eau hoohlaini.il fiom W. (i. Amim.v.
In all laces, two oi more ho its must stait
to make a laoo.
The lowing laeos will take plai n at 1 i-.m.
Tho hignal gun -will ho liiod fiom tho
ludgo's Htiind at IJ: .0 o'uloi k.
Signal foi tho ooiiipoling hoats tonssuni
lilu at tin- smiting Hud will Ins the flung of
a gun ton minutes hofoio tho stmt of moll
.P-l.ist of entiles will ho oiien at tlio
ollieu of tho bun uixri.Mii si of thu t) villi
liVIIHVV VMI I.VMi ClIMl'VXV, lit 1 1 II 'i
o'oloclv noon, August .'llht, 1NU.
.luix.itn-r. It. Wilson, W. 11. flill.iid.
('apt. .1. A. King.
i m i I'j a:- .los. Iluhash, V. J l,oo.
fOr-l'iUos of tho nliowi nuis am now
on Uxliihition at thu I'm ii ii' II vuiiu vnr
Co.'h .Sunn , I'ort stiiet.
Trains will Leave Honolulu lor Pearl City
Poninsula at 7:30, 9, 10, 11, 12, a. in.,
and 1, 2, 3, 4 and 1:30 p. m.
Rcturiiiutj will Leave Pearl City Peninsula
lor Honolulu EVERY HOUR.
Grand Picnic & J
AT REMOND G-ROVE
Hn tho nunc date given h, tliu
te of SI. G'0ie Soeirly
fr'MUhC will ho lu altiuilami! for
Daiimiig iluiing the ilaj and evening.
X3J-(IAMI'hfiii tho Ladies and Chiltl
niii, with l'ilo.
tGf Aluplo jiiovisioii litis. k mi iiiiulo
fin Itofii'Mhiuoiils liolh on the l'euiiisula
and Koiiioud tliuvo.
50c. -ROUND TRIP-50c.
pi ur i1
I CAUTION' tin- Vnlillo against the iC1m'
L lugs of "Normal Sittiltnrx .Intwi
Uiiilorwoni" nilverlisoil liv uiwhiihiIihih
bouses to mll(nil tliu inilille, Tim
jeniiino Normal Sanitary
ftf Cannot ho piuilinsod thorc, hut
unlv at tnv Stoiu.
I'm tho llawaiiiin Islands of Pi. mod. (1.
Jaogei's Sanitniv riulnweir.
Golib Hi Bazaar,
V. F. REYNOIiDS, Prop.
i'ui.i. i.im: or
pilot's whioh wo ostahlishotl
eoninioiu ing CAbll llusinoss.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Farina Bouquet, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Oatmeal Scan, 4 Ca-s 25 ctr..
Cmiy Maple, 4 CakGS 25 ch.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Cents.
ff- boi o'll 1 mo IjIiio of
M IIMOK ANDU.XI liOOKS,
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
C& Call and st our floods hofoie link
ing olsowhoio. Last hut not Joist
v I via. I vmi iv oi
Novels & Popular Bound Books.
FINE CANDIES !
HART & CO.,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Wish to tllfoi in the I'lllilieof Hono
lulu and all residents of tliu otlu r
Islands that tlioj have ooiuod tlio
sorviiosof Mr. CIi irlos I.udwigsen,
an oxiioi t Candj Mal.oi of long o
poiioin.e, and who is putioulaily
f.nuiliai with the tastes of all lovois
Having reiontly iniulo gioat im
liiovoinontsaiid addod hlvv iiiiitliin
ir.v toonriixtonsivo Ptiiiil) Knitoiy,
wo aro now hottei nlik1 than ovoi
hoforo to supply tliu puhlio with
High (Irailo Confiotions of Unsur
p.issul Quality and fstiittly l'tiio
and Wholosonio Material. Oui
motto will alwii)H ho
"mii now mi vi', hut now noon"
oan wo make tho Candies,
Yoius, aiiMous to ploan'.
HAHT A CO.
Ill IIP II I. Clil'.VM I'vnioibi
ami Cvxnv I'm rouv.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Maiine
New England Mutual Lire Insurance Co.,
Ktn a rite Insuranco Co.,
Union IiiMiunce Co,,
OK bAX rilANClM o, CAI
Wl I.I. KKSllMll Hlb
Residence 13 Emma St. Mutual Tel. 321.
ForMuuldhiys, Viuik.i, 1'usttln, Arto
lypm, I'holoyuivurin, Jllchhiy, and
iierylliioy in the line of l'htunx, yn to
Kiny llrox,, llottl at i fit.
Paper Patterns i
IS SHOWING A
3STow so Popular
AND AT l'KICKS WHICH YOU Wild.
coNRinnu r.xor.KDiN'oi.Y i.ow
K011 SUCH HU1H UHAJ)R GOODS.
t. r. M v i nix.
V. W. llOUSTI II.
l'oit st., ovoi 1'. (lort.'s Shoo Btoro.
VIEW, LANDSCAPE & PORTRAIT YIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Sin h as Xatives Making l'oi Oi.iss Houses
Hawaii in Stjlo ltidlng Ilulaliulu
I) niocrs Cooo.uuit Orovos l'alin
and Onto droves Street Views
and Iluildings'Wiir Vessels
Shipping and Maiino
Views, llto., I'.to.
Also a l.aige Colloetion of all l'loiiiinont
and Intoii'sting Views of tho Hawaiian
Islands, titlicr Mounted or ITiiiiiouutid.
Books of Hawaiian Views
Made up to Ordor at tlio most lti.isonahlo
li.ilos in Honolulu. "
Cabinets S6 and S5 a Dozen.
Kill l. O. Uox J'W tf
Win. 6. Irwin i Go.
Win. 'i. Irwin, - 1'iosideiit and Mamger
Cl.uis Spiickils, - - - - Viio-1'iosiilenl
W. M. tlillard, - Seorotary and Troasmer
Tlieo. C. 1'oiti.r ------ Auditor
.vriENTs or Tin:
Oceanic Steamship Company,
or san ritAxcisco, oal.
G. BREWER & GO.
' General Mercantile
.1. 0. Caitoi . ..
(i. II. KollUltsOII.
i:. f. iitsiioii.
W. C. Alton
Hon. C. 1!. llishop
S. C. Allen
President and Managcr
, . . Treasurer
The Best Lunch in Town.
AT ALL HOURS.
THE FINEST BKANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON' HANI).
K. J. ZSTOI-iTE, :Fro;p.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,
B?Lr 81 VIM RT l&m
1 IT 'JT- -.--.
Yholesale and Retail Butchers
- AND -
G-. J. "Waller,
HUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD and COAL.
Wliite and Black Sand
Whioh wu will sell nt tho Very Lowest
Mttiket Hates for ('ash.
Bell 414 TELEPHONE - - Mutual 19
A Kill, I, MIT OK HOUBKHOI.n KUH
JV nitiirti iih it htanils. Tho l.raw of
tlii! I'romlsi'H No, HU Kort Htrout, IhiiIhu
olloiul foi i1Inioii1, Kmtlier niii'tlenlar.s
on aiiiilio.itlon to
l'W-tf On tho nroniUoH.
O HOltSi: l'OWKK Ul'JtlOHT HAXTKH
Zi Kimlno mill Holler, In gooil worklnc
onliir. i 'or iiurtlonlarrt or tonus iiptily tp t liu
i J ifti T n Jtfe PUJfr 4. .&.'