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Pntiuv, Doc. 2, 1892.
NEW SEASON'S HOLIDAY GOODS NOW TO HAND
PIANO LAMPSSALAD BOWLS
elt Pile Center Rugs,
Cul Glass Ware,
Smyrna Conlcr .ling's,
rtSsa iuiiW a&m iiiuiyw
CHINA DINNER SETS,
China Breakfast Sots,
China Mush Sets.
- iir3 Jo. .fr. St. w JJi.
lDmbroiflered Carving Cloths,
Embroidered Pillow Shams,
Lawn Tennis Sots,
TSTcw. Year Cards,
Royal Worcester Yases,
A. i lr i Ti vvfe ex
reSaew at&at P "Siua kseb n8a tasfca Tenar' S5J
Crown Derby Vases,
Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs,
aSB&Opon Work Handkerchiefs,
! Point Lace I randkerebiefs,
i . . . , . , , , . ,.
ijimericlc Jjaee uandKerciueJs.
Embroidered Silk Hosiery,
Embroidered Lisle Hosiery,
Wakefield Rattan Cnaurs,
ELECTROPLATE TEA SETS
Electroplate Fancy Ware.
SPECIAL IDISIPILj.A.Srr OF
Hi "I J 4 7
Tho roll was called at 1:30 and
soon aft or tho Assoinbly proeooded
Willi tho oonsiuorntion ot t
Tim roconsidorotl itoin of S-1G,()G0
for tho Queen's Gtiaid camo up. and
lifter a futilo opposition from Minis-
tor Jones and Noble Marsdon tho
item, on motion of Hop. Pun, passed
at i?f)0,000 on the following aye and
Ayos Nobles Border, Hopkins,
Pun, Mnilo. Hoapih and Knnon;
Hops. Hipiknne, Aid, Pun, It. W.
Wilcox, Kaunainnno, Waipuilnni,
Kapahu, Nahinu, White, Knnunlii,
Edmonds, losopa and Akina- -20.
Noos Ministers Wilcox, Itobiu
son, ,1 onos and Drown; Nobles ldia,
Williams, Kauhatio, .1. M. llornor,
Maisdon, Young, lialdwin, W. Y.
llornor, Andorson and Thurston;
Hops. Wildor, Kauhi, Kaluna and
Absont Nobles Potorson, Cuin
niins, Hind, Walbridgo and Droior;
Hops. Bush, Koahou, A. llornor and
A. S. Wilcox.
Noblo Thurston-boing prosout tho
doforrotl itom of 13nud to Chicago
and distribution of litornluro at tho
World's Fair .?12,(XX), came up for
Noblo Thurston inado a stronir
opening spooeh in favor of tho itom.
deprecating tho lack of national
pride and Roiitiniont in those who
opposed (ho item. Tho Central
Union Church, a magnificent, build
ing, had been erected,, but a simple
iron-roofed building ' would have
answered tho purpose just as well
woio it not for tho laudable prido
that actuated tho congregation.
That building was not yet paid for,
but it was a good investment.
"Rep. fo?opa favored tho item and
would vote in favor of it.
The Minister of Finance said that
ho could not but endorse a great
deal that Noblo Thurston had said,
but lie did not think it proper to
spend tho people's money for simple
Noble Thurston (interrupting) LI
is not for lenlru, but straight business!
Noblo Ena said that ho was in
favor of parsing tho item.
Hop. Kanealii favored tho itom
with tho oxcoption that ho desired
tho amounts received to bo used to
ward the expenses of tho band.
Noble Baldwin said that ho had
favored tho item, but as U103' had
had more and more light on tho sub
ject of tho linancos he foil now that
ho could not vote for it.
Noble Alarsdon said that from a
conference with tho Cabinet ho had
learned that this was 0110 of tho
items which thoy had struck out.
Ilo was fond of music, had studied
it in his early life, but was unable to
continue. Ho did not boliovo in
borrowed plumes. He was doubtful
that the Band would pay its ex
penses, ho considered that the Gov
ernment would roally have to pay
Noblo Williams said that ho had
voted for tho amount when it (irst
came up. He was in sj'inpathy with
the sentiments of Noblo Thurston.
Ho understood that tho Alinist' in
tended tomorrow 1,000,000
The Minister of Finance (inter
rupting) No. c only propose to
Noblo Williams (continuing') said
that if ho voted for tho amount it
would lio onlj when it was placed
in the second section of tho bill.
Hop. Smith said that ho believed
that it would he a profitable invest
ment. Why did small countries
send their got ids there to exhibit?
It was to keep themselves in the
general swim with other nations.
Noble Hind desired to know if
there were any 1 it her projects of this
kind. If this was tho last then ho
would vote for it He thought that
some of the leading men in tho
House considered the subject very
lightly. The dciio is, to keep this
country independent. But there
was nothing that would end its in
dependence quicker than piling up
debt. If wo had money ho would
vole this amount with pleasure, but
ho did not think that tho country
could now all'ord it. Wo now owed
a largo amount abroad.
Noblo Thurston desired to correct
tho momber; over ono-half of the
debt was held in this country.
Hop. A. Horner made his maidon
speech and said that if tho invest
ment was good, as Hop. Smith and
others intimated, then ho would
move that the item pass at ,?oOOO,
provided t hat S(000 more was raised.
This proposition would give those
who thought it was good a chanco
to invest. (Laughter and applause.)
Hoi). H. W. Wilcox supported tho
item. Ho had hoard a groat talk
about povorty. Ho know that tho
greater number of those who spoke
in that way wore sugar planters who
had made their money out of the
Hociprocity Treaty. If those men
had been in tho Legislatiuo when it
was proposed to send King Kalaknua
away, ho never would havo gone,
these men would havo boon so short
sighted that thoy would not hoq tho
results. Again the novelty of a
band, playmg like onrs, from the
land of Captain Cook, would cause
interest and we would havo a lot of
niillionaiies visiting us. Again tho
President of tho United States, with
his young wife, will visit there, and
when thoy hear tho dulcot tones of
our baud thoy will wish to visit Ha
waii. (Applause.) Thon wo can show
him our country.
Noble Thurston said that the
three Ministers romided him of a
beared old hen bitting on a China
ogg and who would not sit on a good
egg because she was afraid thntHho
would havo to food tho ohiokons,
(Laughter.) Those gentlemen have
mado their money in tho sugar busi
ness; did thoy make it by sitting on
a sugar bag or watching n single
htick ofcano grow'J Not muoh! No
ble Baldwin wo hoo going back and
forth every few weeks to Kauai, ho
has ovor a million dollars at stake.
Did ho hosilalo to invest that? Will
it coino back to-morrow? But it will
come back. Now, those gentlemen,
if thoy will only sit on eggs instoad
of rooks thoy will hatch out some
thing. The timo to wiestlo round
and develop something is during
hard times, not during tho times
when wo nro Hush and need nothing.
The Minister ot Financo had said
that wo are in a hole. That maybe,
but aio wo going to sit down and lot
tho sides fall in? No! Lot us try
to do something to help ourselves
out of tho hole. Those gentlemen
are now on t he top of tho heap by
aid of tho Hociprocity Treaty and
thoy can look down on us. Thoy
aro independent. It is not possible
for a man to got the dollar that he
'avo out to-day back to-morrow.
Ye must use our heads to got mon
ey to pay that winch wo borrow,
wit li interest, ami gel something
ovor, the support that this itom is
getting in this House is more from
the Hawaiian members than from
the foreign, that shows plainly that
tho llawaiians aro advancing in in
telligence (applause). Thev niav
call me an annexationist: thoy may
call 1110 disloyal; but whatever I am,
1 will say t hat I tlosiro to carry tho
Hag of Hawaii from 0110 end of the
earth to the other, and I shall be
proud of it. Again, there will be
displayed the Amoiican Hag upon
tho six tall ilagstaffs at the Colum
bian Exposition, but it will not fly
from that of tho Cyclorama Build
ing, for from there will bo tho
largest Hawaiian Hag that ho could
buy at tho Universal Bazaar (ap
plause). There is one thing that
Hawaiians have, a natural dignitj",
and thoy can conduct themselves as
gent lemon and he had no fear that
the Band boys would conduct them
selves improperly. (Applause)
Hop. White said that ho admired
tho tact of Noblo Thurston; that
gentleman understood tho Hawaiian
nature well; thoy likod to bo tickled
and tho honorable member well
know how to tickle thorn. (Laughter
and applause). The people horo will
miss the band, we Know not how
long Noblo Thurston will keep them
away, it may bo for a year or two;
in fact maybe Mr. Thurston will take
them ofF to Europe on a tour.
(Laughter.) Ho did not boliovo that
the money spent for the band would
do any g)odj for it would bo all ox
peiulod 111 wind.
Rep. Kaunaniano favored tho itom
because he thought it would adver
tise tho country. Ho instanced
Judge Harris going ovor in aid of
Hociprocity. But tho people thoro
saiil why you are from Vermont, wo
know you. Then Judge Allen and
othois, but nothing was accomplish
ed until Kalakaua wont, then thoy
saw something bolouging to Hawaii
and believed that there was such a
place, that it needed help and tho
American people helped us. The
Hawaiian Band was an Hawaiian in
stitution and would well advertise
At ii:.i:, alter tho previous ques
tion had been moved about ton dif
ferent times and as often withdrawn,
it was moved and carried, and tho
question of passage of tho itom at
.?12,000 was put and carried by tho
Ayos Nobles Ena, Pua, Maile,
J. M. llornor, Hoapili, Anderson,
Thurston and Kanoa; Itops. Wildor,
Bipikane, Aid, Pua, Kauhi, It. W.
Wilcox, Kaunaniano, 'Waipuilani,
Kapahu, Edmonds, losopa and
Noes Ministers Wilcox, Hobin
son, Jones and Brown; Borgor, Hop
kins, Williams, Hind, Marsdon, Bald
win and W. Y. Horner; Reps. A.
Ilornorj Kamauoha, Nahinu, White,
Kanealii, Kaluna and Akina 18.
Absent Nobles Peterson, Kau
hane, Young, Walbridgo and Droier;
Hops. Ashford, Bush and Koahou.
On motion tho rules wore sus
pended, and Hop. Smith, from tho
Judiciary Committee, presented a
report on salaries of tho clerks of
tho Judicially Department. Tho
committee say that the' make no
change in the salaries of the Su
preme Clerks, but make increase in
the salaries of Iho clorks of Circuit
Courts. On motion tho report was
adopted and the items wore inserted
in the Appropriation Bill.
Hep. Smith also presented a re
port on Bill 200, relating to licenses
tion with tho Bill.
Noble Thurston reported for the
Public Lands Committee on the bill
to create a bureau of agriculture.
Tho committee present an amended
bill. Tabled for further considera
tion. Tho same momber reported on
Bill J83, to exempt certain forest
lands from taxation. Thoy recom
mend an amended bill to passage.
Tabled for further consideration.
Noblo Baldwin presented a report
from the Financo Conimitteo on tho
bill relating to foreign lire insurance
companies. Tho conimitteo havo in
vestigated, and find that thoro aro
twenty-live lire insurance companies
doing business here, Tho committee
piosonl au amended bill, which they
recommend to passage. Tabled for
Minister Wilcox announced that
Hor Majesty had signed the follow
1. Tho Road Board Act.
2. To encourage canning of pine
li. To encourage coifeo and ramie,
J. To consolidate internal taxes.
Tho House adjourned at 4:03 p. 111.
Monday, Nov. 21st
M. S. LEVY'S
Dry & Fancy Goods
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THK Al 8TKA.MS1I11'
A TTPJTTR. A T .T A "
"WILL LKAA'K HONOLULU
ron Tin: Aiiovr rout on
Wednesday, December 7th,
Tlio umlurxipned mo now lirciKUcd to
issue Throutjli Tickols from tills city to nil
points in the United Statu.
For further ikirllciilurgicgmdini; Freight
or Passage unply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
5S7-(it General Agents.
Bruco & A. J, Cartwright.
Presents its Annual Army of
And (,dves no uvldenee of diminished sup
ply on Account of tho crv of dull times,
hut meets the eliniiKcd condition of tilings
liy u 1 eduction of prices in niiinv lines
tlnmitdi a saving of Ameriuaii duties on
most F.nropenn (looils Hint every well
regulated family must htivo. A visit to
T. G. Thrum's Store
lOS Fort Street,
Kuj'nested to n little visitor the thought
that "Santa Tlaus was goiiiK In live hute,''
thus leeognlnint; the fart us well as name.
It oilers a variety for seleetiun that must
he .een to he he aireeiuted.
The seleetion of ItOOKS-dclaycd un
route will lie here liy return "Australia,"
hut the line of
Booklets & Xmas Cards
Not an old one of last year's slock
iu the lot: with
v-Calendars for 1893-:-
Aie Attractive, both for priee and design.
&EF Ail orders euiefully attended to.
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. BEYNOLDS, Prop.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
npiiAT 1'LHASANT SUli
JL iiibiiu Cottnfjo on Xuu
nnu street, ndioininj; tliei
residence, of Mr. Thomas'
Sorunson. nieelv annointed and with iniree-
able surroundings, suited to a small family
and within an easy remove from the heat
of tho City. Terms $18 per month.
ANIOK COTTAGE WITH
pleasant wounds on
lieretunia street, a few doors,
from Keeaunioku street. re-L
eently oecupieu ov .Mrs. Carney, entranees
from YouiiK and ISeretania stiects. House,
Stables and Outhouses all eomplelo, and
in iirst-class order. Street Oars pass the
front door overy twenty minutes. Terms
V-- per month, including water rates.
NOTE Doforo seeking or closing bai
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to lean our
column, and to at onco consult the under
sinned at their allien.
jy-Ve keep property in Iirst-class con
dition. Our terms are moderate and as
landlords no will always be found reason
able in our dealings.
& Apply in each ease to
BRUCE or A. J. CART WRIGHT,
"Caitwright lluilding," Merchant, street.
TWO XK'ULY FUK-
X inslied liooms, een-
Humbug about our 1'iiees;
made on a
trally located. Iixjuiiu at
Bum.ktin Ollice. 353-tf
DUVAL PREMISES, 31
Ueietania street, op
posite Fort street church.
Apply to II. I. LILLU'
AtTheo. 11. Da vies A: Co.
for soiling merchant! iso.
mittoo roooninioiul that
pass, ttoport tabled -lor
VT EW HOUSE OF FIVE
i.1 rooms, on Magazine
sticet; with Ilathroom, paU
out v. O.. etc. Commands
ono of tho lines! views in 1 lonolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
Whou on a visit to Iowa, Mr, K.
Dollon, of Luray, Uussoll County,
Kaiibas, nulled at tho laboratory of
Ohainborlaiu & Co., Dos Moiuos, to
show thorn his six yoar old boy,
whoso lifo had boon savod by Chaiu
borlain's Cough lioiuudy, it having
ourod him of a vory sovoro attack of
croup, Mr. Daltou is curtain that it
saved his boy's lifo and is outhus
iafatio in his juaitjo of tho Remedy.
For sale by all dealers. JJousou,
Smith k Co., Agents for the Hawai
NICE COTTAGE ON
Deretanlit street, near
I'iiUoi street, containing
1'uilor, 2 ISedrooms, Ilath
room. Dininirrooiii. I'antrv
Servant's room, Carnage House, Stable, etc,
Traiueiiis pass every BJ minutes. Apply at
ollice of tliis paper. IM-tf
FOR SALE or LEASE
X Promises lately occu
pied by Mr. E. Sulir, will
no for sale or lease at rea
sonable nrice or lental. The (irounds con.
tain a variety of Fruit and Ornamental
Trees. Tho Commodious Dwelling is wall
furnished with modem Improvements and
conveniences. Itooiny Darn and a 2-ltnom
Cottage for servants, For further paiticu-
larii, apply to .luua kxa,
Ollice lnter-Islaud Steam Navigation
And never havo to bo l educed.
I'i:i(sonai.i.y siu.i.crr.n stock or
Elegant Gift Books
And STANDARD AUTHORS.
Children's Books in Illuminated Covers
In Hoards and Linen.
Combination Purses & Card Cases
Combination Wallets in Alligator,
Snake and Seal Skins.
GAMES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
DIARIES for 1893
At Uiwer Piices than ever olleicd in
Lawn Tennis Supplies"
Including Itaokets, Halls, Hats, Caps, Nets,
Poles and Gut.
OROQUET SETS fiom "H.M) to .$12.
CHltlSTMAS CARDS aio out of fashion
and we have in their places a
-DEAUTIFUL LTNE OF-
WHICH CAN NOT HE DEATEN.
Camarinos' Kalilii Ranch
CLASS FAMILY I1ATH1NG
at Waikilcl. Traiiicars nass
tho gale. Special arrangements can he
made for Family Picnics and Evening
llatliing Paities, fiSS-tf
A friend is ono who in prosperity
does not toady toyou,in adversity as
sists you, in siuknoss nurses you, and
after your death niariies your widow
and provides foi your children.
Bon-Ton Dressmaking Parlors,
Comer Fort tV Hcictuuiu sts.
Experienced Dressmakers just from the Coast
tf Ladies giving us a call inn assuied
of perfect satisfaction. fiStMJw
CHAS, T. G-TJLICK,
notary Public for the Island of Oaliu.
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt it
Scott's Freight and Ptucel E.piess.
Agent for the Darlington Route.
Turkeys, Geese, Heavy Roosters
Now being FROZEN will lie leady for
delivery bofoie or on tho morning
of Thanksgiving Day.
Dressed All Ready for the Oven!
A HPUl'I.M. I.INB 01'
Smyrna Figs, Raisins, Dates,
Nuts of all kiuds, Etc., Etc.,
For tho Holiday and Festive Season.
Prices to suit the times.
California Fruit Market.
ST" Mutual Tel. !!7S, 5711-lm
ami GENERAL AGENT.
Big Cornfedj Farmraised Turkeys
For Christmas !
re-FOR HALE AT THE
KZalilii Poi Factory,
fiSlMm W. L. WIIA'OX.
HUSTACE & CO.,
- DEALEH6 IN -
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will sell at the Very Lowest
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Cleaning and Bluuponiiig done; Duplicate
Pieces furnished when minlred. Machines
willed for and leturned. Also, Repairing
(laidun lloso-iu fact, can do anything
necessary around Iho house or stable.
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