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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, December 16, 1892, Image 4',
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I CHRISTMAS h
: A. V-
JL UX ii3t, nJLJ JL fa)?
OFFER THEIR ENTIRE LINE OF
For Sale at Greatly Reduced Rates for
1 17tii DAY.
Thuiisdvy, Dec. 1R, 185)2.
Tho Allornoy-Gonornl nid thai in
ncctmlnnoo with Aitielo 18 of tho
Constitution ho would niovothnttlio
veto bo spread on tho records of tho
Assumbly and Hint a day bo now set
for tho leconsidoration thoicof. Ho
moved that to-morrow bj tho day.
Hop. Smith amended bo oll'ering
"Tuesday" as tho day.
Kop.Asiitoru supported tlioanioncl-
inuiit. Ho tumium
As a Convenience to their Many Patrons, the Entire Stock of
Holiday Novelties has been Moved to the
gar GROUND FLOOR
Furnishing & Haberdashery Goods:
Silk Shirts. Argosy Suspenders,
Scarf Pins, London Novelties.
Chenille Window Drapery:
Rugs and Carpets,
Oriental House Furnishings :
Japanese Screens, Mirror Screens
Fine China and Porcelain,
Tea Sets and Urns, Mush Sets, Silk Goods.
Stands, Flower Vases.
Croquet and Lawn Tennis Sets:
Caps and Blaziers,
Shirts, Caps, Etc.
Velvet Pile Center Rugs:
Smyrna Center Rugs,
Axminster Rugs and Carpets,
Writing Cases and Albums:
Portfolios, Letter Cases,
Standard Mechanical Toys:
Dolls, Dressed and Undressed ;
Endless Presents for Children,
"Wheelbarrows, Ships and Carts.
Christmas and New Year's Cards:
Fine and Artistic Holiday Souvenirs,
Art Novelties for the Season,
McLaughlin's Picture Books.
Wakefield Rattan Chairs:
Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs:
Open "Work Handkerchiefs, Point Lace Handkerchiefs,
Limerick Lace Handkerchiefs,
that, anart fioni
tho merits of tho bill, on tho veto
tho full complement of momburs
should bo pieont. There wore
sin oral now absent. Ho consideied
tho bill of itself triinl, but to oto
any Act passed by this Assembly is
what lends tho importance. It was
a matter of i egret to him to seo that
tho Queon either witli or without
advico would uso tho eto power
upon such a trifling matter; ho con
sidered that it was trailing tho veto
power in tho mud.
Noblo J. M. llornor desiied to
know if tho Ministois counselled this
Rop. Kamnuoha suppoitod tho
motion that the matter como up to
moriow. JIo was surprised at Hop.
Ashford objecting to the Queen's
using her pierogatie. Tho eto
pow or was hero and when she used
it she should not bb criticized.
Hop. Ashfoid Auwc'
Hop. Smith poisonally folt much
trouble. Tho veto power in Great
liritaiu had not been used in a
hundred years, and it was hoio used
on this trivial matter. Ho did not
think that tho uso of tho veto in this
was a trilling matter, thorofore would
not like to hao it discussed to-day.
On motion tho .v.oto was sot for
consideration on next Tuesday.
At 10:27, tho Assembly again 10
solved into Committee of tho Whole
and proceeded w ith tho consideration
of tho Banking Bill.
Noblo Williams continued his
argument against tho consideration
of tho bill section by section. Ho
bolioved, as ho had boforo stated,
that tho working classes would bo
tho most injured. Thoy would feel
tho burden by tho immediate in
crease in prices of articles of food
and wear and for which thoy would,
in a short while, bo compelled to pay
for in a depreciated paper currency.
As a champion of tho mechanics and
working people of tho city ho would
oppose tho measuro with all his
ability. Ho charactoiied the bill as
an intended cold steal, although ho
would not impugn tho motives of
tho introduce! s.
Noblo Horner said that tho argu
ments oll'ored by Noblo "Williams
wore only such as had been used by
bullionists oor since tho dajs of
John Law. Ho would show tho dif
ference between an illusion and a
knock-down aiguinent. Ho read
from a conespondont in tho Ador
tisor in which tho writer staled that
tho issuo was onty based on paper.
Tho speaker read from tho .'id sec
tion of his proposed bill and showed
that tho basis of tho currency was
gold and not paper. lie also 10
forred to Section o of tho bill as an
additional refutation of tho chaigo.
Thousands had probably lead that
statement this nioining but tho
writer had probably not lead the
bill. Ho had been looking for tho
last fifteen yeais for regular knock
down arguments to this principlo of
his but had not yet found them.
With regard to Franco it was tho
paper monev that helped them ovor
their troubles when thoy had paid
over all their gold to Germany. Tho
bullionists always refer to the poor,
laboring men when thoy oiler objec
tion to this bill, but it is in leality
thoir own pockets (hoy aro looking
after. Why don't those bullionists
who aro hoarding up gold, put men
to work and pay them in gold, so
that thoy can get something to eat
and something to wear. It is bettor
to work for paper at only 50 porcont
of its face value than starvo.
Hop. Wilder questioned Noblo
llornor as did also Rop. Smith, but
answers woio deforied by tho ques
tioned gontlonian on account of
their being somewhat premature
and might bo answered by him when
tho different seel ions came up.
Hop. Smith was iinpoitunalo, how
over, and in referring to a statement
made that a Chinaman had been
trying to buy up gold lately with
sib. or, ho (Rop. Smith) asked, could
tho gold desired have been obtained
any quicker or easier if this pro
posed paper eurroncy was otant?
Noblo J. M. llornor would not say
that it could.
Hop, Smith desired to know furth
er if gold is now being hold by down
town peoplo hoauled up, would tho
issue of proposed paper bring gold
Noblo llornor said that thoio was
coireo and sugar and fmits to do
that. Ho was not touching upon
trallio nbrond. Ho was only endea
voring to supply a cuironcy for Ha
waii. To supply tho Hawaiian peo
ple with a tool, one of tho boot in
the woild, money with which thoy
could woik to thoir own advantage.
Tho Minister of Finance would
say but Hltlo. Tho month of tho bill
woro too well understood. Noblo
Horner had said that Sections !) ami
R had shown that tho proposed cur
loncy was on a gold basis; ho (tho
speaker) would draw attontion to
Section 1, wherein it was shown that
tho currency was to bo a full legal
tender for all debts duo the Govern
ment at its face value. Tho result
with tho amount intended to bo put
out would bo that tho good money,
tho gold and silvor, would bo (hi von
out of circulation
Noblo .1. M. Hornor- J don't ad
Minister Jones (continuing) -1
don't caro whether you personally
do or don't. Wiser nion than you
hao admitted such and facts have
proven thoy woio right. Tho result
of this papor issuo would bo to drive
out gold. There is a largo amount
duo in gold on debts of tho Govern
ment; lot this bill pass and ho would
assure tho nionibors that in a shoit
whilo tho Treasury a ould bo clean
ed out of oory dollar in gold and no
more could bo brought in 1)3' tho
moans availablo. This paper cur
rency would bo a burdon that would
fall upon tho poor and not tho rich.
Ho considered that tho bill was un
just to tho middle classes, the me
chanic and tho storekeepers. Ho re
ferred to a papor cturonoy being
considoied sonio Unity years ago,
and that a member then of tlio
Legislature objected to it because
ho might by accident leao sonio in
tho pockets of clothes sent to tho
wash and tho washing would havo a
ory bad omiet on his wealth.
Hop. Smith did not consider that
discussion would elinngo tho minds
of members on this bill, so ho moved
that tho Committee iKo and recom
mend that tho House adopt tho io
port of the majority of the commit
tee as proposed by tho Atlornoy
General, Tho Attornoy-Goncial said that
ho had but a word or two to oiTor.
Ho considoied that tho propos-ed
bill was unconstitutional according
to Article 5M5 of tho Constitution.
That permits simply tho coining of
money and that means tho uso of
Hop. Ashford Let mo ask, how
do you render tho word '"curiency"
in that Aiticlo? Does that mean
Tho Altornov-Gonoial Vos, of
course it does; it does not say papor! i
Hop. Asluoul Ami lurthor, then,
as wo haws no mint, it means (o bo
Tho Attornoy-Genoral It means
coin and coined abroad. I am satis
fied that tho Supremo Court would
sustain mo in that opinion.
Hop. Ashford (smiling) Oil 1 I
don't doubt it. (Laughter.)
Motion was now made that tho
Coininilteo rise, repoit progress and
ask leavo to sit again. Carried.
Hop. Waipuilani reported tho ac
tion of tho Connnitteo to Vice-President
Kauhano, who had assumed
control of tho Assembly.
Hop. Wilder moved an amend
ment that tho Connnitteo i (com
mend tho motion to adopt tho re
port to table tho bill.
Hop. Ashfoid moved an adjourn
ment and, pending action on I lie ic-
port of tho Committee of tho Whole,
tho Assembly at 12 o'clock adjourned.
A and aims !
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
ron Tin: past six months in
Elegsnit Ooiidrtioii for t,lie TetTole !
Wo do not oiler .Sk-clotou llinN foi nlo nt $1.50 n piece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed aiacl Iceci If Desired
axd i)Kuvr.ni:n tiu: moiinino of day ron usk
TSta- I.I vi Weight oT lUnls vnrjing from 12 to 'JO Uh. -&&
Irioes to E3-u.it Everybody!
- FOR SALI3 BY
is always an acceptable present fo:
Chiistmas. Tho Pacific Haidwaio
Company havo just opened a lino of
pictures comprising nionochioincs,
artoij-pes, photogravures, Handall's
ami Guerin's, photographs, panels,
cabinet frames, medallion on gla?,
pastels, steel engravings, etc. Their
lines of Mouldings compriso tho
latest patterns, and pictuio flaming
is made a specialty.
An assortment of Cornico Poles,
Brackets and Trimming, always on
A numbor of pictures wore sold
tho day thoy were opened, and tho
continued demand is leducing tho
1'icf.cnts tho rine-t Display of Spe
Novelties for tlic lloliilaYs
Which must bo seen to be appreciated.
Choicest Season Books from Haiper'B,
Houghton & Millin, Scrlhner's,
l.othrop's and others.
Office & Pocket Diaries for '93
HLKIIII f Bii.vrrt HOVUI.TILS IS,
Inkstands, Blotters, Paper Knives,
Oder Stands, Toilet Sets, Flasks, Uto.
Albums in Latest Designs
Finest Leather Goods, Nut Pick Sots,
Blacking Outfits, new and sensiblo;
Celluloid Photo Frames, Book Minks,
Blotters it Calendars, Work Boxes,
Desks, Maiilcuio, Music Bolls,
Dressing & Traveling Cases,
Viibes A Flower Stands,
Double A. Triple Minors,
Xmas Cards & Booklets
: ONLY A FMW Ll'.FT :
-:-Calendars for 1893-:-
a cuoirn VAimrrv.
For tho Boys In lino assortment, '"id ditto
for this Girls, including the best
DOLLS Si DOLL SUNDHIES
To 1)0 found in town,
In Fact this Applies to All Our Lines.
iap Many people waiting for Into selec
tions w ill irnE "baill left." fui tho choicest
is being picked out daily.
IrsFoPEN "evenings -&x
g& The News Dep.utnient Is propitred
to icceivo subscription onlois for tho Xow
Year. Persons (foiling to make changos
will ploa-u advise In time.
Look out fur tho Jubilee Issuo of tho
Hawaiian Annual for 1893
1'IM 1.1 IM.UMUVIJ.li
To appear dm IngChiistnias week,
THOS. a. THRUM,
By A. M. Br.TTDXCOUKP,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dealer In Horses,
corner llcrotnnla and Punchbowl sts.
W Mutual Mcdophono 877. 691-tf
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
1MPTOW HTffi'PIliW&lSI? ffl0 ft
Curamins1 Bloolc, E?ort Street,
IH. & D. Wrought Me
ei Ranges !
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on KaaimiMmi St., Ground Floor,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OE iTE"V GOODS !
SPBOIAI, DlbPI.AY OF
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
ISTew Ivl-ugs anci Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
To Ijot or Xjonso.
X nisliul ltooius.
tially located, luiiuiie at
BiiMi:riN Ollico. HJi-tf
),.u - A
Nr.w house ok kiyj:
rooiux, on Magaiue
btrcct, witli Batlnooin, Mt
ent w. 0., etc. Coiiuuands
ono of tho lluest view Hin Honolulu, Applv
I,, (17T,f i m vuuJ
" "'"; ....... , .hj.
AXICi: COTTAfii: ON
Beietaiila htucit, near
PiiUol htreet, loiitaiuiuj;
Pallor, 2 BodrooniH, Bath
room, Dlniniirooni. I'jiitiv
f-ervant'ti room, Cm iIhhh lloiiho.btablo.etc,
TraiuciiiH pass every 'M minutes. Apjily at
ollleo of tliiM paper, lls-tf
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
PHAT PUJASAXT SUB-
'I'llili 1 J4J4ABA.VI DUJl- 1iySVl'S
nnu sticot, adjiiiulng thol
lesidiiiiio of Mr, Thoiiuib"
KoioiiMin. nil civ iniDoiuteil and witli ameo-
ablo HiirroiiiidiiiKs, Miitcd to a wmall family
and within an easy leniovo from the heat
of tho City. Tun lib $ IS per month.
rtOTTAOi; TO I.BT OX
V Kiiif! Street. lately
,.,,,,!,1 1,,. i.. pi,,.,, 1
I'oiitaiiilng Two Beiliooiiix, IK
Pallor, Dinliigroiuii, Kitchen and Bath
loomj iih-o btables, Cairi.iuo Houmi nud
Servants' (JuiirtcMj leitboiiablo lent. Ap
ply to .1. P. BUWl.Blt.
TO LET OK LEASE.
1 PioiiiibOsi between King
and loung Htrcets, Jatol.i iiiIiiiiM.
ociMinie.l by Mr. I,. 0. Ablet B2iiiflJi&
aro to lot 01 lease. Tho Commodious
dwelling N well fiiinished with modem
improvoiiiQiitH and eonvcuiencos. Thoio
aro uho on tho premibC-, Set v.iut'b tjuiii
ters, Stablei, etc. Tho giound-, contain 11
choteo vurietj of I'luntu, I''init ami O111.1
montal Titos, Artooian watoi is laid on
thioughuut tlioprciiiUoH. l''oi finthorpai
tlouluM apply to
TOUtf at i:. O. Hall .t boiib'.
rpiIAT VKItY DKSIIt
J alilo llosidenio at pro
M'lit ocuupled by Jiuues
l.uvii iih a hoiiioslead. ultu-
atoonKing btuet opposito the residonco
of Dr. (i. P. Andiown. HoiibO contains
Large Puilor, Dining-room, 3 Uirgo Bed
looms, Kitchen, etc, Itooinj Stables anil
bervant'h (Juaitei.s in joar; only 10 min
utes' wall; to thu Post Olllce, Possession
ghoiiiiiMuioh, 1W) J. ,r)!)J-tf
NOTJJt Befoio becking or closing bar
gains elsowheio, it will 1 aj ou to scan our
cohiiiin, and to at ou'ce consult tho uudor
tilgui'd at tbuii olllte.
7Voliup)roiiorly in 111 bt-class con
dition, Our terms 1110 moderate and as 1
Jaudloids wo will always bo found reason
able in 0111 dealings,
etF" Apply in each caso to
BHUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Uaitwrlght Building," Men hant street.
f pin: wi:i:kia' BUDhHTiN m coi
X. uiiins of interesting Beading Mutter,
Islands, $4 ; mulled to foreign countries, $5.