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CHRISTMAS & HOLIDAY DISPLAY
Theo. H. Davies & Co.
NEW SEASON'S HOLIDAY GOODS NOW TO HAND
Banquet Lamps, -
Velvet File Center Rugs,
Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1802.
Tlio roll was called by tho
Cut Glass "Ware,
Smyrna Center Rugs,
CHINA DINNER SETS,
China Breakfast Sets,
China Tea Sets,
China Mush Sets
Embroidered Carving Cloths,
Embroidered Pillow Shams,
New Year Cards,
Lawn Tennis Sets,
Royal Worcester Vases,
Crown Derby Yases,
Japanese Satsuma Vases
Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs,
Open Work Handkerchiefs,
Point Lace Handkerchiefs,
Limerick Lace Handkerchiefs.
Embroidered Silk Hosiery,
Embroidered Lisle Hosiery,
Wakefield Rattan Chairs,
ELECTROPLATE TEA SETS
Electroplate Fancy Ware.
SPECIAL DISFZ.i.A.'ir OF
at 1:30 o'clock, but only 22 niombors
answered their names. A few min
utes later a quorum was declared
present and business again went on.
Lack of attondanco caused post
ponement of tho consideration of
tho proposed amendment to Article
48 of the Constitution relativo to tho
13ill lfi7., relative to Chinoso immi
gration, camo up on thiid reading.
Noble Marsdon favored tho bill.
but moved an amendment that the
clause relating to a laborer leaving
tho country bo more- explicit.
Noble Thurston was of opinion
that tho Assembly was too rapid in
attempting to logislato on this bill
boforo tho Registration bill had been
acted on. Tho provisions of this bill
woro simply a hollow mockery and a
fraud without the protection of the
Uop. Smith desired to havo tho bill
passed. All legislation necessary
was comprised in this Act and the
amendment to tho Constitution and
tho Registration Act filled tho bill.
If tho other measures failed ho
would favor opening the door and
allowing 300,000 Chinese como in, as
a war measure.
Noblo Williams did not seo tho
advantage of passing laws unless
thoy had an eilect. lie consmoreu
that tho Registration Act should bo
Noblo Marsdon said that labor
was most necessary. Many planta
tions woro on tho vorgo of stopping.
Planters needed labor at all hazards.
If this bill did not pass tho country
would go to ruin.
Tho Minister of Foreign Affairs
moved an amendment in accord with
Sec. Gl of Chap. 31, Laws of 1887, ro
lativo to tho ago and admission of
Noblo Young agreed that labor
was necessary. If tho plantations
stopped work tho mechanics in tho
country would havo to stoal or bog
because there would bo nothing for
thorn to do. Ho favored tho Regis
tration Act, but considered it would
bo rather dillieult to find those
Chinese that might como in under
Noblo Thurston, (sotto voce)
Brand thorn as Noblo Marsden has
Noblo Young (continuing) con
sidered that tho present bill under
consideration was a good one, pass
it and thou tako up tho Registration
Act. Pooplo horo who made tho
biggest noiso against tho coming in
of Chinese woro tho ones who em
ployed them tho most.
Jtop. linsh lavorod suspending ac
tion on this bill until after tho Regis
tration Act had passed. If that Act
did not pass then tho door would bo
open to the admittance of unlimited
numbers of Chinese. If this bill
passed without tho other then there
was nothing to prevent tho Chinese
coming in as permanent rosidonts
unless, as was suggosted, to brand
them. Ho moved tho consideration
of tho bill bo doforred.
Tho motion to defer tho bill until
action had been taken on tho Regis
tration Bill was lost, tho voto being
a tie on tho following division:
Ayos Nobles Borger, Ena, Hop
kins, Pua, Williams, Mailo, Hoapili,
Thurston and Kauoa; Rops. Bipi
kauo, Aki, Pua. Bush, "Kaunamano,
Kamauoha, Waipuilaui, Kapahn, Na
hinu, White, Kanoalii and Akina.
Noos Ministers Wilcox, Robin
son and Jones; Nobles Kauhano, J.
M. Horner, Hind, Marsden, Young,
Baldwin, W. Y. Hornor, Walbridgo,
Andorson and Dreior; Rops. Wilder,
Kauhi, R. W. Wilcox, A. Hornor,
Edmonds, Kaluna, Iosopa and Smith
Absent Minister Brown; Nobles
Peterson and Cummins; Rops. Ash-
ford, Koahou and A. S. Wilcox.
Rep. Smith moved to amend by
including "teachers" amongst thoso
to bo oxomptod.
Noblo Williams was opposed to
tho amendment. It would bo a loop
hole through which many Asiatics
could como in.
Rop. Smith said that tho country
had never boon overburdened by
Chinoso clergymen or Chinese teach
ers. Mechanics could not object to
tho introduction of Chinoso teachers.
Noblo Baldwin also desired to
amend by striking out tho provision
m tho Dill compelling Ulnnoso to
leave tho couutry. Thoro was danger
in loading tho bill with too many
safeguards, tho result of which would
bo that tho planters would not bo
enabled to got any labor. If j'ou
Noblo Thurston Yes, with a big
Noblo Baldwin Thought that tho
wordH relating to tho sending of tho
unemployed out of tho country
ought to bo struck out.
Rop. Bush said that tho idoa was
that tho planting interests looked
for thomsolvos first, last and all tho
tinio. Thoy want cheap labor so
that thoy can niako money and thoy
intend to force it upon everybody
olse,moohanics and tradespeople. Ho
was opposed to tho bill.
Several nmondmonts woro put and
lost, that by tho Minister of Foreign
Allaire relative to ago of children
(10 years) boing carried.
Rop. Smith asked that his amend
ment that "teachers" bo allowed en
trance bo put.
Rop. Kamauoha suggested that
that was reversing tho order of
things. It was well known that tho
practice tho world over was to send
teachers and clergymen to China and
not to import tlioin. Tho missionary
busings would bo injured.
Rop. Bush said that whou tho
Chinoso got horo thoy would soon
bo educated. Ho was satibiiod that
every otfort would bo made to intro
duce this cheap labor and aftor tho
country was Jlooded then thoro
would bo every effort made to put
them Cut. It would bo a repetition
of tho mongoose bill; thoy woro in
troduced but woro not long horo bo
foro n law was passod to kill thorn
and tho Treasury is to bo drawn on
to supply tho funds.
Noblo Baldwin said that it was
not tho wish of tho planting intorost
to ovorflow tho couutry with Chi
noso. Tho amondmont was put and lost.
iNooio xnurston favored a limit
being made to tho number to como
in. Ho favored 3000 during tho noxt
oightoon months. Eight hundred
Japs had arrivod by tho stoamor
yesterday and sho was going right
back to Japan and would bring 800
moro. Ho considered that it was
advisablo to hold hard on tho throt-
tlo of entrance.
Noble Marsdon said that if Noblo
Thurston's suggest ion of 3000 should
pass that would dofoat tho object of
tho bill. 3000 was nothing, tho
planters wanted all' thoy could got.
Noble Thurston said it was not
propor to send for moro labor than
was roouired. for if tho country was
iloodocf labor would decrease in prico
and all planters would want to ship
men for $10 per month whoro thoy
are now paying more. That would
only bo tho beginning of trouble.
Noble Marsdon Nonsonso.
Noblo Thurston No, it is not
nonsonso; dollars and cents aro what
you people aro looking for and you
caro little for the means employed
to obtain thorn, as those 280 grav
over in quarantine can testify. Tho
planters want all tho labor thoy can
got. Thoy do nothing logally or
morally wrong if the Ministor of
Foreign Affairs should bo induced
to let in 18,000. Ho considered that
3000 would bo an amplo number.
Noble Marsdon Whore did you
learn all this? How do you know
that 3000 would bo enough?
Noblo Thurston My common
sense is as good as yours; all that
was nocessary for mo to do was to
look up tho statistics and thou I
know as much as you I
Noblo Marsdon was tired of talk
ing on tho subject, ho moved the
Rop. Smith was sony that tho
Japs arrived yesterday. Ho hoped
no moro would como for several
years; thoro was too much oi ono
kind of labor arriving. Ho hoped
that both East Indian and Portu
guese labor could bo obtained. Ono
kind was dangerous both to plant
ing interests and to socioty. 3000
was a wild guess; it would bo unwiso
Noblo Marsdon again pressed his
motion that tho bill pass.
Noblo Thurston Don't hurry
yourself; my motion, which is an
amendment, should pass first. Ho,
continuing, said that tho action of
tho Noblo from Hamakua in endeav
oring to force this bill down their
throats simphy because ho had a
majority present was damnable.
Noblo Marsdon I am not doing
so and, Mr. President, I object to
tho use of "damnable" in xionneotion
with my actions.
Noblo Thurston That's what it
You think you aro a "big iujuu"
Monday, Nov. 21st
M. S. LEVY'S
Dry & Fancy Goods
Bruco & A. J. Cartwrlght.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit tlie Times.
-VHAT PLKASANT SUB
aim street, adioiinn
urban Cottage on Nun
residence of Air. Thomas
9H " Jitl,MI.
Sorunsoil, nicely appointed and with agree
able surroundings, suited to a small family
and within an easy remove from the heat
of tho City. Terms $18 per month.
A NICE COTTAGE WITH
pleasant grounds on
Beretania street, n few doors
from Kecunmoku street, re-'
ecntly occupied by Mrs. Carney, eiitram.es
from'Young and lleretania streets. House,
Stables and Outhouses all complete, and
in (Irst-class order. Street Cars nass the
front door every twenty minutes. Terms
$22 por month, including water rates.
NOTE lloforo seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at once consult the under
signed ut their olllco.
Mp-Wo keep property in first-class con
dition. Our terms aro moderate and as
landlords wo will always bo found reason
able in our dealings.
C& Apply in cacli case to
BRDCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
Presents Its Annual Array of
And gives no ovldenco of diminished sup
ply on account of tlio cry of dull times,
but meets tho changed condition of things
by a reduction of prices In many linos
through a saving 01 American duties on
most European Goods that ovory well
regulated family must have. A visit to
T. G. Thrum's Store
lOS Fort Street,
Suggested to a littlo visitor tho thought
that "Santa Glaus wart going to livo horo,"
thus recognizing tho fnct as well as name.
Hollers a variety for selection that must
bo seen to bo be appreciated.
Tho selection of BOOKS delayed en
route will bo horo by return "Australia,"
but tho line of
Booklets & Xmas Cards
Not an old ono of last year's stock
in tlio lot; with
-:- Calendars for 1893-:-
Are Attractive, both for prico and design.
Ctf All orders carefully attended to.
W. F. BEYNOLDS, Prop.
rpWO NICULY FITR
JL nislied Rooms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
Bulletin Olllce. 3.r3-tf
Humbug about our Prices; they aro
made on a
around horo, and you'll scalp ovory
ono that does not agroo with you.
Noblo Marsdon I don't think
I'm a big injun, but you think you
Noblo Thurston I proposo to
havo my motion put and you can't
bulldoze mo out of it.
Tho President's gavol drowned
the rest of tho intorost ine: con
troversy and Noblo Thurston's
motion, that tho limit bo 3CC3, was
then put and lost on tho following
Ayos Nobles Borgor, Hopkins,
Pua, Mailo, Hoapili and Thurston;
Rops. Aki, Pua, Bush, Kaunamano,
Kamauoha, Waipuilaui, Nahinu,
White, Edmonds, Iosopa and Akina
Noos Ministers Wileox, Robin
son, Jones and Brown; Noblos Ena,
Knuhauo, J. M. Hornor, Hind, Mars
don, Young, Baldwin, W. Y. Hornor,
Walbridgo, Anderson, Kauoa aim
Droior; IJops. Wilder, A. Hornor and
Absont Noblos Potorson, Cum
mins and Williams; Rops. Bipikano,
Ashford, Kauhi, II. W. Wilcox, Ka
pahu, Kanoalii and Kaluna.
Noblo Thurston obtained the floor
and aftor explaining tho necessity of
tho passago of the Registration Act
ho, at -1:07, moved adjournment.
DUVAL PREMISES, 31
Beretania street, op
posite Fort street church.
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"VTEW HOUSK OP FIVE
JLt rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. 0.. etc. Commands
one of tho finest views in Honolulu. Apply
A NIOE COTTAGE
Jr Beretania street, near
l'iikoi street, containing
Parlor. '1 Bedrooms. Bath
room, Diniiigioom, Pantry and Kitchen,
Servant's room. C.irriage House, Stable, etc.
Tramcais pass every '20 minutes. Apply at
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UiilUU Ul bllin 1I4.JIUV.
For tho Season.
The Pacific Hardware Co. aro dis
playing Dinner, Breakfast, Chamber
and Tea Sots in Doulton Waro and
Copoland; examples suitable for
presents in Haviland, Copoland,
Royal Worcester, Royal Devon and
Bisquo; Bisque Figures; Rochostor
Lamps; a fow Fancy Clocks, and
ninny othor articles.
Hmgliam Buckots, plain and paint
ed, in nests. Evory housokoepor
should have a supply of those.
Rofrigorators and Ice Chests of
tho most improved patterns.
Pictures and Picturo Frames.
Picture Framing in all its branches
A visit to tho art rooms is invited.
EOB SALE or LEASE
l'romisos lately occu
pied by Mr. i'v. auiir, win
bo for sale or lease at rea
sonable nrico or rental. Tho Grounds con
tain a variety of Fruit and Ornamental
Trees. Tho Commodious Dwelling is well
furnished with modern improvements and
conveniences. Boom v Barn and a 2-itoom
Cottage for servants. "For further particu
lars, apply to JOHN ENA,
Oilico Inter-Island Steam Navigation
And novcr have to bo redncod.
PERSONALLY 8KLKCTK11 STOCK OK
Elegant Gift Books
And STAKDAUD AUTHOBS.
Children's Books In Illuminated Covers
.In Boards and Linen.
Combination Parses & Card Cases-
Combination Wallets in Alligator,
Snake and Seal Skins.
GAMES OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
DIARIES for 1893
At Low or Prices than ever oilered in
Lawn Tennis Supplies
Including Rackets, Balls, Hats, Caps, Nets,
Poles and Gut.
OltOQIIET SETS from ?1.50 to if 12.
OHHISTMAS CARDS aro out of fashion
and we have in their places a
BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
WHICH CAN NOT BE BEATEN.
Camarinos' Kalilii Ranch
Mr, W. M. Terry, who has boon in
the drug business at Elktou, Ky., for
tho past twelve years, says; "Cham
berlain's Cough Romody gives bettor
satisfaction than any othor cough
modicino I have over sold." Thoro
is good reason for this. No othor
will euro a cold so quickly; no other
is so cortain a preventive and cure
for croup; no othor affords so much
roliof in cases of whooping cough.
For sale by all dealers. Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agonts for tho Hawaii
Decorative Art Rooms
WILL HAVE ITS
Tuesday, Nov. 29th
ANEW FI RST-CLASS FAM I LY B ATH
ing Resort has been opuncd at Wai
kiki miller the abovo namo by Mas. K. O.
Rohk, for tho comfort and convenience of
those wishing to enjoy a sea bath. It is
situated a littlo beyond tho Villa. Tram
cars pass tho gutu.
N. B. Special arrangomonts havo been
made for Family Picnics and Evening
Bathing Parties. WJ3-tf
Nice Fat Gobblers
Turkeys, Geese, Heavy Roosters
Now boing FROZEN will bo ready for
delivery boforo or on tho morning
of Thanksgiving Day.
Dressed All Ready for the Oven I
A Br-ECIAI. LINE OK
Smyrna Figs, Raisins, Dates,
Nuts oi all kinds, Etc., Etc.,
For tho Holiday and Festive Seiibon.
Prices to suit the times.
California Fruit Market.
- Mutual Tel. 378. 67iMm
For Sale I
Big Cornfed, Farmraised Turkeys
For Christmas !
IM- FOR BALK AT THK
KZalilii Poi Factory,
682-lm W. L. WILCOX.
T AWN MOWKHS
X J day, week or
TO LLT BY THK
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplicate
Pieces furnished w hen required, Machines
called for and returned. Also, Repairing
Garden Hoso in fact, can do anything
necesbiiry around tho hoiibo or stable.
Ring up Mutual Telephone 15'.'.
681-tf N. F. UURQKSS.
Delivered Dressed or Alive.
iM Call and inspect at
Waikiki Poaltiy Tajrd
Or luipiiro of
0. W. MAOl'ARLANK,
uLMacfurlane & Co.'s, Kuahumami at;
HTJSTACE & CO., '
DKALKRS IN -
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will e)l at the Yry Lowest
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