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All Prices Marked in Plain Figures !
JK3?Tlie oppoH unity is now offered to obtain Clothing
to Onler perfect lit uanmli-cd and made of High Grade
Goods at .Lower Prices than has ever been offered in this
" The World Do Move."
HAViNd ki:treh Tin: new va.
lir Launch "NttlUe" I am iircpaicd
to Carry Passengers to all parts uf the
Harbor. Superior Amimiiiodiiiioii, (juli-;
Ttnuiuiul at no JniritiiMi la I'n in. Can ,u
found at tlm Government Jtuat Landing
when not engaged,
"I'M in I,. H. .I01I.NKON.
Dally Jlulletin, 60 cents a mouth,
, Smith. & Co.
EDWIN A. JONES
JI111 opened an olllcci for tiuiiMictlng all
business In connection with
Trusts, Purcliaso and Sale of Bonds,
Stock and Real Estate,
Anil is propnied to Audit Account.
Ulllcot "OldChainberof t.'oiiunorco Room,"
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cent per mouth.
Tuesday, Jan. I, 181K1.
Tho ftojjist ration Act (Bill (57)
camo u for consideration, Hop. Ash
ford boing prosiMit.
Hop. Smith said that ho wished to
say that thu rotnnrks credited to
Hop. Ashford as nyainst himself, for
his absonco tho other day, wore
scandalous and without tho slight
est, reason in law or common sense.
Tho only penalty which ho would
desiro indicted on the member would
bo tho torments which ho (Smith)
had had to sudor for forty-eight
Noble Young said that he also had
something to say on account of tho
largo piece that had been taken out
of his back by Hop. Ashford. He
would say that his word had not
boon broken and that it was as good
in tho community as that of the
member from the third district, lie
had not run away nor attempted to
slink out of his promise.
Noblo Thurston said that ho was
not on hand tho other day when
Hop. Ashford was 'making his re
marks. Ho wished ho had been as
ho alwtrys hoped to bo present when
such iniquitous amendments, as that
proposed, were introduced or at
tempted to bo forced on unwilling
Continuing ho said that ho con
sidered the action or tho member
from tho third, in endeavoring to
make tho compromise which ho had
boastod of and which ho had showed
with signatures attached, had done
a wrong. Ho had no right, to do
such a thing and tho members had
no right to sign any such paper. Ho
hoped that ho would never bo placed
in any such position as attempting
to barter away tho rights, bv his
signature, of his constituents. ".Mem
bers should listen to the arguments
as givou and give their honest opinion
and vote for or against the measure.
Tho fact, of their having signed any
suchv agreement, as stated does not
bind them in any way for the reason
that under their oaths they had no
right to sign. They had put them
selves to a good deal of trouble in
regard to this iiest riot ion Law. We
must and have endeavored to pro
tect, both Hawaiian and foieign
mechanics from tho (Jhinoho. The
only method seemed to bo in this
.Registration Bill until the member
from the 3d District presented his
deadly amendment. Any person
who conies into this House and says
that ho is standing up for tho null
irauer aim ino mechanic and yet
favors this amendment is a wolf in
sheep's clothing. The hand is ol
.Jacob's but tho voice is Esau's. At
election Hum llm nnli:iiiii. ic iwn.,,.
ed by tho hand and the candidate
calls him his friend and hugs him to
Noblo Thurston, continuing, said:
Tho House had passed a "law the
other day allowing in r(HX) more
Chinese. If they desired to allow
those Chinese to suck the life-blood
of the small trader ami mechanic
th'jn they should vote for the
amendment as proposed by Kep.
Ashford. If they were opposed and
desired to help the mechanic and
trader then they should send this
resolution so deep in the mud that
it could never rise again.
Hep. Ashford said that ho could
afford to ignore thu remarks made
relative to his bad faith. He did
not, expect to hear from Noblo Thurs
ton that pledges or compromises
need not be kept oven when backed
up by voluntary signatures. Ho had
heard that there were probably a
lariror niiinlim- nf iinmnns in lli-Tn.-..
lulu than elsewhere who would not
keep their pledge unless it was in
writing, but ho did not think that
gentlemen would go back on pledges
over their signatures. On tho 22d
of November last tho planting inter
est considered that it was advisable
to pass a certain amendment to (ho
Constitution so that they could ob
tain moro laborers. To obtain that
thoy agreed to the compromise. Tho
gentlemen have paid a high nice,
it is true, but tho goods had boon
delivered and now they should pay.
Ho denied that ho was in favor of
the Chinese; ho was in favor of the
Hawaiian and the Anglo Saxon. He
would rather favor that the gates of
Chinese imniigrat ion should be open
ed as wide as Heaven than that the
people should submit to a dog-tax.
Ho desired to tender his apologies
to those gentlemen who had lelt
hurt by his hasty remarks on a pre
vious occasion with regard to this
mnttor. Ho did not now doubt their
faith, but appearances had induced
him to bo somewhat test v. and lie
desired to make tho amende honor
able. Noble Young said that tho Regis
tration Hill was not a put of his.
Ho could, therefore, easily vote
against it. Ho would take issue with
tho honorable member from .Maui
whon that gentleman said that he
was wrong in placing his signatiue
to the so-called compromise. He
(tho speaker) was right, and ho
know ho was.
Noblo Thurston said that ho had
stated that the members signing the
agreement had no right so to do.
Noblo Young said that he had a
right. His constituents did no want
tho bill. Ho said that, whe.i the
time camo, ho would vote fort lie
amendment as promised and there
wore not nam enough in the House
to change his mind. He knew well
what ho was doing when he signed
the paper. Half a loaf was better
than no bread. Ho was sorry that
thero was even an appearance of evil
in the signing of the agreement, but
ho had acted as ho thought honeMlv,
for tho best.
Noblo .Munition (addiessing p.
Ashford)- You have spoken about
adherence to political promises.
Don't you ever forget to keep them?
Hop. Ashford -No; if they are in
any way backed up by my signature.
Noble MnrMluu -Well, wo won't
say, signatures but, did you not in
your speeches at election timo speak
strongly in favor of a constitutional
convention, and did you vote for it.
in tho House?
Hop. Ashford No, I did not; you
nro right, you are right, but I had
my reasons. I changed 1113 mind be
tween tho election and tho coming
up of tho proposed constitutional
Hep. Smith (to Hop. Ashford)
Don't you think you wore acting a
little cussed in your remarks about
me, when you well knew my reasons
for being absont. Now, don't you
think that you wore a little unkind
and very cussed.
Hop. Ashford -1 did not mention
Hop. Smith That. I remember.
Hop. A. S. AVilcos (soto voice)
Oh! yes you did!
Hop. Ashford Maybe I did. In
tho heat of the debate 1 may havo
done. so. This is probably tho last
time that, 1 will appearand speak on
t his iloor this session, as I am going
away. I do not wish to porpotuato
much less make any enemies in this
House, so I hope tho gentlemen who
felt hurt at my remarks will accept
my earnest apology.
Noblo Marsdeu said that ho was
sorry now that ho had signed thocom
promiso as it is called. But ho had
been shown a list of members, by
Hep. Ashford, who would opposo tho
attempt to get labor, and ho weak
ened. He was very sorry that ho
had been so weak, but labor was
most desirous. Ho confessed his
fault but knew no way out of being
compelled to act tip to tho terms of
tho contract and voto for tho pro
posed amendment. Ho did not bo
jievo that Hep. Ashford was sorious
in his statement that ho was working
solely in tho interests of tho Ha
waiian and Anglo-Saxons.
On motion at 12, recess was had
until !:!!() p. 111.
I Misunderstanding tho applica
tion of Hep. Ashford, in his speech
of Saturday, tho Bullhtin Legisla
tive reporter inserted tho namo of
Noblo Anderson, as tho party in
tended. Hop. Ashford did not men
tion Noble Anderson's namo and has
since stated that that gentleman
war, in no way a party to tho com
promise. Afternoon Session.
The Assembly re-convened for
business at 1 :-l!) o'clock and consider
ation of tho Registration Act was
After considerable discussion pro
and con action was had on tho
amendment proposed by Hop. Ash
ford, and which was tho cause of tho
prolonged arguments, resulting in
the defeat of tho amendment by an
aye and nay voto of 22 to 15.
An amendment offered by Hep.
Kainauoha was also put and lost.
A motion to indefinitely postpone
the bill was put and was lost on tho
following aye and nay voto:
Ayes .Minister Jones; Nobles Bor
ger, l'ua. Hoapili, Baldwin, Corn
well; Reps. Aki, Pua, H.W.Wilcox,
Nawahi, Kaunamano, Kainauoha,
White, Kauealii. Edmonds, Akina
Noes Minister Wilcox: Nnhlos
Rna, Williams, Made, Kauhane, ,.
M. Horner, Hind, Murndun, Young,
Walbridge. Ander.-on, Thurston,
Dreierr liens. Kauhi. Wainuilimi.
Kapahu, Nahimi, Kahlua, losena,
Smith, A. S.Wilcox 21.
Absent Ministers Robinson and
Brown; Nobles Hopkins, Peterson,
Cummins, W. Y. Homer, MoBryde,
Kanoa; Heps. Wilder, Ashford. Bush,
Koahou, A. Horner.
Tho concluding sections of tho
bill were read and it was finally
passed to engrossment and for third
reading on Friday next.
Under suspension of the rules
Noble Thurston gave notico and
read for tho first and second times
a bill to protect forests. Referred
to tho Judiciary Committee without
Noblo Comwell read for tho first
time a bill to fix tho compensation
oJ Representatives. Read a second
timo and passed to engrossment and
ordered for third reading on Friday
Bill 228, to provide a Firo Depart
ment for Ililo, was read a third time
Bill 230, relating to homesteads,
was. read a third timo and passed.
Rep. Smith from tho Judiciary
Committee reported favorably on
the bill relating to tho protection of
forests just previously introduced by
Noblo Thurston. "Report adapted,
bill passed to engrossment and for
third reading on Thursday next.
On motion the consideration of
the Electric Light franchise was sot
Bill 213, to further secure deposi
tor., in the Postal Savings Bank, was
read a second time, passed to en
grossment and for third reading on
Hill 221, relating to bankruptcy,
was read a second time and referred
to the Judiciary Committee.
Bill 235, (o authorize a national
loan, was read a second timo. Pend
ing action tho Assembly, through
lack of a quorum, at -1:10, adjourned
until Wednesday morning.
is always an acceptable present for
Christmas. Tho Pacific Hardware
Company have just opened a lino of
pictures comprising monochromes,
aridities, photogravures, Randall's
and Uuerin's, photographs, panels,
cabinet frames, medallions on glass,
pastels, steel engravings, etc. Their
ines of .Mouldings comprise tho
latest patterns, and picture framing
is made a specialty.
An assortment of Cornice Polos,
Jracket., and Trimming, always 011
A uiimliiM' nf ii!f iii-.ic ,,-.,..,, ..,.1.1
lie day they were opened, and the
cont iiiueil demand is reducing the
I' or the past two or throe years 1
have been subject to cramping pains
in the stomach," says .Mr. W. A.
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
Hoouville, Dallas Co., Iowa. "I have
tried a number of different remedies;
the best one being Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Dinrrlnua Reme
dy. One or two doses of it always
cures me." Mold by all dualors.
Hen win, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
Notico to tho Public.
The Honest People of Honolulu:
Tho Shirt Question is still in tho
minds of tho public and I wish to
mnko a standing statement in regard
to tho Luning-Johnson matter. On
or about the 2d day of December a
lot of old shirts was loft in my olllco
with instructions to repair thorn by
0110 signed Lulling. 1 did ropair
tho shirts, and a fow daj's later this
man Lulling, accompanied by his
wife, cnlloil and brought another
shirt to bo repaired, antl also asking
to sco tho first lot of shirts. I show
ed them nnd thoy woro both well
pleased and said tho job was woll
done, and told mo that tho China
man would call on Monday and take
them to bo re-laundried. This was
on Saturday previous to Monday
mentioned, and when I finished tho
last Bhirt I brought tho bill to
Luning at his olllco. Ho got oxcited
but 1 did not scare, and t simply
told him I would liko to collect
mono? for my work. Ho used somo
very hot words and said I had a
cheek to ask for my money thou,
nnd ho said ho would ruin 1110, but
still I did not scare. I told' Luning
in presence of a witness that ho was
welcome to call at 1113' placo of busi
ness, whoro I havo a room enclosed,
and ho could try on tho shirts there,
but ho would not do it. No doubt
Mr. Luning thought ho had (load
easy game, but ho was liko tho man
that fell out of tho balloon ho was
.simply not in it. I will say this,
that in any caso I mako now shirts
and if thoy do not givo ontiro satis
faction I will altor thorn, mako now'
shirts, or refund tho money. Can
any person do moro? I will also
keep 111 ropair all shirts mado by mo
for two years free of charge, for I
am as quiot as a lamb.
A. L. Johnson,
Tho Shirt Maker,
Gerad Wio in Deutchland.
to be tho
Price 75 Cents.
the following choli-u hit or word painting
occurs 111 Hawthornu's Marble Faun:
" Women ho they of what earthlv rank
thoy may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with nwful beauty, havo
always Mime little handiwork ready to (ill
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle is familiar to tho lingers of them all.
Aipieuu, no doubt, plies it on occasion ; the
woman poet can use it as adroitly as her
pen; the woman's eye, that has discovered
u new star, tnrns from its glory to send tho
polished little instrument gleaming along
Hie hem of her kerohiof, or to darn a casual
fray in her dress. Anil thev have greatly
tho advantage of us in this respect. Th'o
-leniler thread of Mlk or cotton keeps them
united with tho miiiiII, familiar, gentle in
tercstsof life, the contimiallvoperating in
Ihionces of which do so much for the health
of tho character, and carry oil' what would
otherwio be a dangerous accumulation of
morbid sensibility. A vast deal of humun
sympathy runs along this electric lino,
stretching from tho throne to tho wicker
enair 01 tno Humblest soomstrci-s, and
keep ng high and low In a species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
Hou-owlves, whilo you plv tho needle,
have vou oven ellected on tho vicissitudes
of life? Beo to it that your husbands pro
vide for tho futuie welfare of their families
U1J of the United Wales. No more
suitable gift could bo oHorod to you.
BRUCE & A. J. CAuTVniGHT,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
l-.quitabln l.ifo Atfsuranco Hociety of tho
Union Gas Engine Co.
(Incorporated May 1(1, M)'l.)
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reitioMc.l to iiruotintthu tamo to the under
elgued on or before JAN UAH Y fi, Irtli
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IMl'OUTUlt AND DKAbKU IN
Steel & Iron Ranges
Stoves cfe FisLTfruires
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS & lvrTClIEN UTENSILS
Agate Ware in Large Variety,
WHITE, GRAY and SILVER-PLATED;
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS,
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, "Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
DIAMOND BLOCK, Nos. 95 & 97 KING STREET.
IMl'OHTKIt AND DDA1.KK IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AMD FEED.
Fresh California Roll Eutter and Island Butter
$&- ALWAYS ON HAND &$
New Goods Received by Every Stepcr from San Francisco.
?- All Orders faithfully attended to. SatNfiiution guaranteed. Island Orders
fcolieited and paoked with e.ire.
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IMI'OKTEUS, WHOLESALE AN) UETAII, DEALERS IN
Groceries and Provisions.
ON ICE-Ily eaeh steamer of tho O. S. S. Co. from Califoniia-Kresh California Itoll
Jluttor, 1-roen Oysters and Fresh California Emits, Fish, (iamo, Vegetables, etc.
A complete lino of Orosse it Hhickwell'x nnd J. T. Morton's Canned nnd liottled Goods
always on hand.
wr,3,ilst rIc,!L'!1vc' "'Hi,1'!'10 "f Of riuau 1'ates and Potted Meats and Dottled Preserved
pra.t,i',J"wls 'H0--? M,lltc"iU, J1'""1 ?.'ilr Clm' H",s '""l J,'"--o". Now Breakfast
Cereals; Cream Oat Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sieily Lemons. California Kivor
sido Oranges, Oregon Durban!? Potatoes, etc. Satisfaction guaranteei .
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMPOUTEUS AND DEALEItS IN
Groceries, Provisions ajaci Feed.
Now (loodb lieceived by Every Packet fiom tho Eastern States ami Euroi.
F11E81I CALIFORNIA PRODUCE IJV EVERY STEAMER.
All Orders faithfully attended to and Ooods delivered to any jiart of tho City free.
Island Orders (.elicited. Satisfaction gunruntced.
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SEAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANYJUISINES3 EN'TIUTSTEO TO ME WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
BEAVER SALOON, j
The Best Limcli in Town.;
AT ALU IIOI'IW.
TJ1I3 PiNEHT JiliANDS OK
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAM).
K. J. 3STOLTH, Prop.
IE ID 3D IT'S
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. BOX 372.
-P. O. DOX 145.
METROPOLITAN" MEAT CO.,
Uf 1IMM lfll
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
- AND -
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