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Theo. H. Davies & Co.
NEW SEASON'S JOLIDAY GOODS
PIANO LAMPSSALAD BOWLS
Banquet I amps,
Velvet Pile Center Rugs,
Smyrna Center Rugs,
CHINA DINNER SETS,
China Breakfast Sets,
China Tea Sets,
China Mush Sets
Embroidered Carving Cloths,
Lawn Tennis Sets,
Royal Worcester Yases,
Crown Derby Yases,
Japanese Satsuma Vases
ZEtc, Etc., ZEto-
s:f:eo:la.:Lj XDiSF3ii"5r of
McLaughlin's -:- Children's -- Books !
ISTew Year Cards,
Open "Work Handkerchiefs,
Point Lace Handkerchiefs,
Limerick Lace Handkerchiefs.
Embroidered Lisle Hosiery,
Wakefield Rattan Chairs,
ELECTROPLATE TEA SETS
Electroplate Fancy Ware.
NOW TO HAND
Cut Glass Ware,
Embroidered Silk Hosiery,
Monday, Doi B, 1892.
Bop. Ashford said t lint tho Steam
ship Co. could easily got around
that amendment by taking bananas
at tho regular rato of 5ft rents por
bunch and thon putting them in tho
hold and pilo sugar on top of them;
an increased rate would then be
charged for a better location which
shippers would have to paj
Minister Mark Hobinson, on being
questioned, stated that thoO. S. H.
Co. had gone to considerable trouble
and expense to (it up the between
decks so as to carry bananas, and
had introduced a cold storage pro
cess. Hates had lately been reduced
by tho Steamship Co.
Noblo Baldwin spoke in favor of
the subsidy of $30,000, and said that
oven when tho best of feeling did
not exist between tho owners of tho
Oceanic Lino and the planters, j-ot
there was no thought that tho
steamer sorvico was not beneficial.
Ho thought that tho members who
wore opposed to tho continuanco of
any subsidy were short-sighted as
well as narrow minded.
Noblo Mnrsden favored $21,000
and Noblo Young favored $30,000.
After some further discussion tho
nyos and nays were called on tho
motion to pass at $30,000, passing by
a vote of 33 to 11 as follows:
Ayes Ministors Wilcox, Robin
son, Jones, and Brown; Nobles Bor
gor, Ena, Hopkins, Pua, Peterson,
Cummins, Kauhano, Hoapili, Young,
Baldwin, Comwell, Walbridge, An
derson, Kauoa; JRops. "Wilder, Pua,
Kauhi, R. W. Wilcox, Bush, Kauna
mnuo, Kapahu, Nahinu, White, Ka
nealii, Edmonds, Kaluna, losepa,
Smith, A. S. Wilcox 33.
Noes Nobles Maile, J. M. Hor
nor, Hind, Marsden, W. Y. Homer,
Thurston, Dreier; Hops. Bipikano,
Ashford, Aki, Horner, Kamauoha,
"Waipuilaui, Akina 11.
Absent Noblo Williams, Uop.
Tho amendment of Eop. Ashford
(abovo given) was put and carried.
The amendment by tho Attornoy
Genoral had been accepted by Noble
Baldwin and becamo a part of tho
itom of tho subsidy passed.
Under suspension of tho rules Bop.
Smith presented a report on an item
referred to tho Judiciary Committee
and recommended that an itom "to
cover any judgment recovored
against tho Government on account
of a deficiency in tho Postal Savings
Tho Attorney-General said that
ho was not agreed with tho roport.
Tho Government was responsible
for tho monoy. By this recommend
ation it virtually says that the por
son who lost his monoy in that om
bozzlement could only obtain it Is
suing tho Government. Mr. Poor
had said ho had authority to draw
but lias not shown anything tangi
ble as yet. Ho said that whon $S000
could bo drawn out of (ho Postal
Savings Bank without any check in
ono day, then tho department was
not conducted pro purl j As ho had
said before ho did not consider it
right to put depositors to (rouble to
obtain money which thoj' had depo
sited in good faith; ho offered tho
following amendment: "To balance
books of tho Postal Savings Bank
provided that no part thereof shall
bo so applied without the written
consent of tho Cabinet after investi
gating the facts, $8500.
Bop. Ashford approved of tho pro
position mado by tho Attomoy
Gouoral. Pending action on tho maltor tho
Assembly at 12 took recess until
1 :30 p. in.
Tho Assembly reconvened at 1:30
o'clock and, after roll call, proceed
ed with the consideration of tho in
sertion of an item of $8500 to bal
ance tho books of Postal Savings
After sonio littlo discussion the-
itom was inserted as suggested by
thoaUtoruoy-Gonoral, viz.: To pay
balance books of Postal Savings
Bank provided that no part thereof
shall bo so applied without tho writ
ton consent of tho Cabinet after in
vestigating tho facts, $8500.
Consideration of tho Appropri
ation Bill was gono on with.
Tho following items woro passed
as hero prosonted, tho separated
amounts indicating, in all caws, that
tho first amount is from Aiiril 1st to
November 30th, 18'.2, and tho second
from Docombor 1st, 1892, to March
31st, 1891. Whon no division of tho
total itom is shown thon tho amount
passed as in tho bill, as follows:
tost omoE buheau.
BUItEAU OP CUSTOMS.
Salary of Collector-Gonoral, $2332
and $1000: $(5332.
Salary Doputy Collector, $2000
and $3333: $533!.
Salary Harbor Master, $2000 and
Salary Port Surveyor. Honolulu,
Salary of Storekeeper, $1(500 and
Salary of Assistant Storekeeper,
$800 and $1333: $2133.
Salary of First Statistical Clork,
$1200 and $2000: $3200.
Salary of Marshal, $2332 aud $1000:
Salary of Doputy Marshal, $1000
Salary of First Clork to Marshal,
$1332 and $2100: $3732.
Salary of Second Clork to Mar
shal, $800 to Nov. 80.
Salary of Jailor of Oahu Prison.
Salary of Sheriff of Hawaii, $1833
and $3333: $51(5(5.
Salary of Sheriff of Maui, $1000
and $3000: $1(5(5(5,
Salary of Sheriff of Kauai, $1333.31
and $2100: $3733.31.
Salary of Clerk to Sheriff of Ha
waii, $000 and $800: $1100.
Salary of Clerk to Sheriff of Maui,
$(500 and .$800: $1 100,
Salary" of OlPrlt to Sheriff of Kauai,
Pay of Doputy Sheriff, South Hilo,
$1100 and $2000: $3100.
Pay of Doputy Sheriff, North Ko
hala, $1000 and $1(500: $2000.
Pay of Doputy Sheriff, South Ko
hala, $380 and $720: $1100.
Pay of Doputy Shoriff, Hamakua,
$1000 and $1000: $2000.
Pay of Doputy Shoriff, North
Hilo, $510 aud $000: $1500.
Pay of Doputy Shoriff, North
Pay of Doputy Shoriff, South
Kona, $11 10.
Pay of Deputy Sheriff, Kan, $75)0
and $1300: 2150.
Pay of Doputy Sheriff, Puna,
$300 and $010: $1000.
Pay of Police, Hawaii, $11,597.30
and 21,000: $38,597.30.
Pay of Doputy Shoriff, Wailuku,
$1175 and $1000: $2775.
Pay of Doputy Sheriff, Makawao,
$1200 and $1000: $2800.
Pay of Doputy Sheriff, Lahaina,
$800 and $1280: $2080.
Pay of Deputy Shoriff, Hana,
$800 and $1280: $2080.
Pay of Police, Maui, $12,191.10
and $1(5,(5(50: $29,157.10.
Pay of Doputy Shoriff, Molokai,
$520 and $S(X): $i320.
Pay of Doputy Sheriff, Lihuo,
$720 and $1280: $2000.
Pay of Doputy Sheriff, Kawaihau,
cwai and slum: SituU.
Pay of Doputy Shoriff, Ilanaloi,
$000 and $1010: $1010.
Pay of Doputy Shoriff, Koloa,
$000 aud $1010: $1(510.
Pay of Doputy Shoriff, Waimoa,
Pay of Police, Kauai, $1,311 and
Pay of Doputy Shoriff, Koolau
poko, $180 and .$800: $1280.
Pay Doputy Shoriff, Koolauloa,
$2S0 aud $800: $1080.
Pay of Doputy Shoriff, Waialua,
$480 and $8(K): $1280.
Pay of Doputy Shoriff, Waianao,
$210 and $7G0: $1000.
Pay of Doputy Shoriff, Ewa,
$480 and $800: $1280.
Pay of Police, Oahu, $90,000.
Two Clorks Receiving Station,
$1410 and $1920: $3360.
Salary Supremo Court Officer,
$S00 and $1410: $2210.
Salary Hack Inspector, $2100.
Salary Physician Bocoiving Sta
tion and Prison, $100 and $1000:
Clork, Translator and Copyist,
Incidentals Civil and Criminal
Exponses, $10,800 and $0,000.60:
Coroners Inquests, $1500.
Coroners Inquests (bills last period
Support, Maintenance and Caro of
Prisoners, .$15,050.70 and $53,333.32:
Do., bills unpaid period 1890-92,
Salar- of Inspector-Gonoral of
Schools, including traveling ex
penses, $200(5 and $-1331: $7000.
Salary of Clork and Secretary,
Board of Education, $2000 and
Tho Assembly at 4 o'clock ad
journed. Mr. J. P. Blaize, an extensive real
ostato dealer in Dos Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped ono of tho severest
attacks of pnoumonia whilo in tho
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says tho Saturdny
ltrview. Mr. Blaizo had occasion to
drive several miles during tho storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
ho was unable to got warm, and in
side of an hour after his return ho
was threat oned with a severe caso of
pneumonia or lung fovor. Mr. Baize
sent to tho nearest drug store and got
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough If -niedy,
of which ho had often hoard,
and took a number of largo doses.
Ho says tho effect was wonderful and
in a short timo ho was breathing
quite easily. Ho kept on taking tho
medicine and tho next day was able
to como to Dos Moinos. Mr. Blaizo
regards his euro as simpry wonderful.
For sale by all dealers. Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
Monday, Nov. 21st
M. S. LEVY'S
Dry & Fancy Goods
Big Cornfed, Farmraised Turkeys
For Christmas !
FOR SALE AT THE
KZalilii Poi Factory,
6&M111 Ji. -vilcox.
Bon-Ton Dressmaking Parlors,
Comer Fort .t lleretiinia bts.
Experienced Dressmakers just from the Coast
MJ- Ladles giving us u call uro iibsured
of perfect satisfaction. fiWWw
W. H. STONE,
Ji. O O OXJISTT A.3STT.
1'. 0. Box 17.
Bruco fe A. J. Oartwright,
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rpiIAT PLEASANT SUR
X urbnn Cottngo on N mi
nim street, ndlolnini; the
residence ot Sir. Thomas
8orunnn. nicely nmioliitcri andnlthacree-
nlilo surroundings, 11111011 to 0 small family
niid within nn eiy rcinovo from the licnt
of tho City. Terms $1H per month.
A X 1 OK COTTAO K Wl Til
x l. iiuuuiii jr(Hum un rarY7i
ai :.f."...'.r .... .... 1 . .: tw
from Kccnutuoku xtreet. mi.KXjj
ccntly occupied by Mrs. C'nrney, entrances
from'YoiniK ntul lleretonia streets. H 01113.
Stables una Outhouses nil complete, mm
in llrst-elnis order. Street Oars pass tho
front door every twenty minutes. Terms
$'22 per month, including water rates.
NOTE lloforo seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to gram our
column, nnd to nt oneo consult the under
signed nt their ollloc.
WWo keep property in first-class con
dition. Our terms nro moderate nnd as
lntidlords u ill always ho found reason
able in our dealings.
tX Apply In each ease to
BRUCE or A. J. CAItTWRIGHT,
"Cartwright Hulldlng," Merchant street.
trally loeatcd. lnipilru nt
Hum.ktin Oilleo. 353-tf
DUVAL PREMISES, 31
llerotnnia street, op
liosite Fort street church.
Applv to It. I. LILL1E, WhlZUiiSSS.
8s2-tf At Tlieo. H. Davies it Co.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with llnthroom, pat
ent W. 0.. etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
IO 14(1-11) J. Al. viva;
A NICE COTTAGE ON
Heretuniu street, near
l'iikoi street, containing
Parlor. '2 Bedrooms. Dnth-
room, Diningroom, l'antry nnd Kitchon,
Servant's room. Carriauo House. Stable, etc.
Trnmcais pass every a) minutes. Apply nt
ofllce of this iiaj)or. iaS-tf
TO IiET OB LEASE.
JL I'rcinisos between King
oeeupied bv Mr. h. C. Abies &
aro to let or lease. The Commodious
dwelling is well furnished with modern
improvements and conveniences. There
are also on tho premises Servant's Quar
ters, Stnhles, etc. The grounds contain a
choice variety of Plants, Fruit nnd Ornn
incntnl Trees. Arte-inii watur is laid on
throughout the premises. For further par
ticulars apply to
5'Jl-tf at E. O. Hull & Sons'.
AFIRST-CIiASS FAJflLY BATHING
Resort nt W'aikiki. Tramenrs pass
the gate. Special arrangements can bo
iiindo for Family Picnics nnd Evening
Untiling Pnrties. 58S-tf
11. S. Mooue, Snpt. V'. II. Tavlob, Pres.
Risdon Iron forks,
San Francisco, - - Cal.
Improved Sop1 Machine
BOILERS & ENGINES.
For Irrigating and Water Works purposes
of uny capacity.
Wrought Iron & Steel Water Pipe & Flumlng
MATHESON LOOK-JOINT PIPE,
HEINE SAFETY BOILER,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
For further particulars and cata
K.isd.on. Iron Works,
Sun Francisco, California.
HOW OLD ARE YOU?
Give the number of the month in which
you were born.
Double it. '
Multiply by 50.
Multiply by 100.
Add number of day of tho month on
which you wore born.
In tho result tho llrst two left-hand
ilgures will bo the month tliu second two
tho ago the third two tho day of the
If you will calculate your age by tho
above formula and unclose tho result to
us, wo will furnish you with an illustra
tion, not by Doro hut by tho EQUIT
ABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY of
the United States, showing the advantages
of their Free Tontine Policies ami Bonds,
based 011 tho actual results of Policies
which have matured this year.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
Eipiitable Life Assurance Society of tho
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oahu.
Agent to tako Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt &
Scott's Freight and Parcel Expross.
Agent for tho Burlington Route.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
ank GENERAL AGENT.
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m TT '-'(3 B M OUIIbllUl . Ufllk Jlij sJll-
suming less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
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Theo. O. Porter Auditor
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