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FOR THE HOLIDAY
Toilet "Wbte:rs I
Oaslimere UBo-ulc TJLet,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC EARDWABE CO., Ltd.
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M. k D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
SELLING OFF !
Commeiciiii January 3, 1393.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
At Greatly Reduced Prices FOR CASH !
All Prices Marked in Plain Figures !
JCS The opportunity b
perfect lit u;iriinlccd and made of
Lower Prices than has ever been offered in this
' Tho World Do Move."
HA VINO HVA UU13J) Till: N'UW VA
jxir Liiuucli "Nullln" I inn piupuiiiil
to Ciirrv I'UKn'MKirH ti nil putts of tlm
to Carry I'UKhunnirw to
Harbor. Buiiurlur Au'iiiiiiiioiriilfon, (Jiilclc
1 at no Iiu'I'i'iimi in l aru. Mm iu
found ut tliu CiiiMuiiiui'iir
vhun not enuiiijtil.
OtLMni h. .
Daily Jiulletin, 60 t-fntti a month,
now oi'f red to obtain Clothing
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EDWIN A. JONES
opt'iii'il an oflli'u for tiaiiMictiug
ludliiuxii In lomiuUlon ulth
Trusts, Purchase and Salo of Bonds,
Stock and Heal Estato,
Ami in pruparnl to Audit Account.
Olllcos "Old Uliaiulx'rof ('oiiiiiicrio Ilooiu."
Catnplitll Jllouk. 1', O. Jlox M.
tiubtaribe fur the J)aily JlulUtin, 60
cents per month.
A Centrally Located
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, 1 will soil
nt Public Auction that
ON KMMA STKLTT,
Opposito Hminn Square and Immediately
uciow me uo-uiicnce oi .v. .u.
Tho Lot 1ms a frontage of fifl feet on
L'mina street and is 128 Teet deep. There
is n Cottage with I'nrlor, llodroonis, Dining-room,
ete., on the Lot.
The Lot is of a convenient slzo for n Niec
City Uosldonco and is pleasantly situated
but a few steps from Hore'ntiin street.
Ctff For further particulars apply to
Jas. in. Morgan,
By IiOwis J. Ijovoy.-
Notico of Balo of Shares Hold as
rpiID UNDKRSIGNIN) GIVES NOTICE
X that in pursuaniMi of a power of sale
contained in a collateral note given by
Georgo W. Macfarlano to Itisliop cc Co.,
dated March 2oth, lS'K), said note being for
tlie sum of One Hundred and Twenty
three Thousand Three Hundred and Forty
four 7-100 Dollars ($121,341.07) p.iablo to
the order of Mishap A; Co. on or before De
cember 31, 1S00, and of tho rights of tlio
undersigned as holder of said note nnd of
tho shares of stock pledged as ei urity for
tho payment of the same, and in conse
quence of tho failure of said G. Maefar
lune to pay said note when duo, ho will
sell nt l'ublie Auction nt the Salesrooms of
Low is J. Levew Auctioneer, in Honolulu,
on SATURDAY, the 14th day of January,
A. D. ISO J, at 12 o'clock noon, all of tuo-e
One Thousand One Hundred and Ninety
(1100) Shares of tho Capital Stock of the
Waikapu Sugar Compahy, na Hawaiian
corporation, being the samo covered by
Certificates Nos. ,"S, 5') nnd 00 in tho name
of G. . JIaufailano, being the samo
Shares pledged by aid George AV. Maefar
lanc to said Bishop it Co. as security for
tho pa nient of baid note. Par Value One
Hundred Dollars (flOO) per Share.
Honolulu, Dec. 31, 18').'. 013-td
to be the
Price 75 Cents.
K. . Mooiu-, Supt. V. II. Tavuiic, l'rus.
Risk Iron Works,
San Francisco, - - Cal.
improved Sugar Machinery
BOILERS & ENGINES.
For IrrigatiiiB nnd Wntor Works puipo--os
Wrought Iron & Steel Water Pipe & Flunilog
MATIIIJSON LOGIC-JOINT I'll'fi,
HEINE SAFETY BOILER,
i:ti'., i:tu., i:tc, Km.
tMF I'or further particulars and cata
Risdon Iron "Works,
Bun I'r.uulM'o, (California.
rpin: iNTi;ni:sT in Tin: pium opm.
X I'ltilliis.V Co. of Mr. J'Vrillliaiul hohles
liiKiir and Mr boloiuon 1-omt ivai-t-4
tliix (lav iy liiiiitatlou. 'J IiuIiiihIiiosi. lll
liu coutlniiud as hortitofiiru l, .Mi. MarKs
(Irotu and Mrs. barali I'hllllin, who now
roiihtltulu tliu Mild llrm. Thooiloru )'.
Luiiiflnu and Muiiulu I'lillllps iini tauli
iiutliorlvd to iIku our linn inuiie hy np( clul
iwM if attoruuy, Mr. Lanoliii; lu'tlnir a
Manager. l. 1'JIILMI'M it X).
Honolulu, II. I., Dec. 31, lb!.'. Iin-'.'w
Wednesday Jan. -1, 1893.
Roll called nt 1:30, thirty mombors
Under suspension of tho rules Rop.
Smith prosontod from tho Judiciary
Committoo a report in ro Bill 22J,.
relating to tho bankruptcy law. Tho
oommittoo recommend tho passago
of tho bill. Report tabled for con
sideration with tho bill.
Also by tho samo moiubor from
tho samo committoo, a report on
Bill 204, relating to tho taxing of
legacies. Tho committee rogard tho
bill as drawn ory oppressive, as it
principally affected widows and or
phans. Thoy submit a substitute
bill which thoy recommend pass.
Report tabled for futuro considera
tion. Prom a special committees tho
same member reported on a bill to
provide froo postage for tho Buroau
of Information. Tlio committoo fa
vor tho bill and jocomtnoud its pass
ago. Roport approved.
Hon. Bush under suspension of
tho rules prosontod tho following re
solution: Whereas, Tho present Cabinet has
failed to fulfill tho expectation of
tho country in thoir financial policy
and system of economy, and hao
done nothing to alloviato tho pres
ent financial distross; and
Whereat, tho said Cabinet havo
shown a total want of capacity to
load tho Legislature in matters of
great moment or otherwise; and
Whereat, tlio said Cabiuotdoos not
represent the sentiment and wishes
of tho people at largo; Therefore
Be it Itt'iohrd, That this Legisla
ture has no confidonco in tho pres
Rep. Bush, in support of his reso
lution said that ho had prosontod
tho measure without any porsonal
feeling against tho Ministers, and it
was with a great deal of reluct anco
that ho had agreed to do so, but this
was tho act of what is supposed to
bo the wish of the supposed majority
of this House. Ho was antagonized
against tho Cabinet on a political
basis. Ono reason was that whilo
ho in tho past was in coalition with
others on a platform of principle,
that principle had not boon carried
out in tho formation of this Cabinet.
Thoy were appointed in opposition
to tho majority in caucus. Thoy do
not represent tho Hawaiian people.
Ho considered that it was right that
there .should always bo a fair repre
sentation of tho Hawaiian people in
tho Cabinet. That principle should
bo recognized in ordor to stop this
upheaval and tho disorder that on
sucs on tho dismissal of a Cabinet.
Ho had oftentimes absented himself
from tho House in disgust with the
way things wore allowed to happen
there. Ho had always tried to act
honoblly, oponly and candidly; ho
might havo been too posithe at
times but that was his nature. Ho
had stated that ho would support a
resolution of want of conlidenco
against this Cabinet because thoy
did not come up to his standard.
Without any personal roilection ho
would say that the Minister of For
eign Affairs did not represent tho
Hawaiian race. Ho was not in touch
nor in sympathy with thorn.
During tho speech of Rep. Bush
the Houso was without a quorum
for some fifteen minutes, and an en
deavor by the Sergoant-at-Arms to
induce members to remain in their
seats failed. Tho President an
nounced that if a quorum did not
remain present ho would adjourn
Rep. Nawahi said that it was im
material to him who was in the Cabi
net so long as it represented tho Ha-
uauan people. Ho favored, how
eer, a Cabinet composed entirely of
Tho President again roso and said
that there was no quorum.
Re). Bush said that ho did not
think that it was requisite to havo a
quorum in tlio House (tunng tlio
speeches on tho resolution.
President "Walker said that ho
could hardly understand why it was
that members absented themselves
on this occasion and on tho discus
sion of what should bo an impor
tant matter. It seemed as though
tlio matter was not of importance,
and ho would say for tho last timo
that ho would adjourn tho Houso if
a quorum could not bo obtained.
Members who had sought safety
and refuge in tho lobby now entered
and took thoir seats.
Noblo Mar.sdou moved that tho
rule prohibiting smoking bo sus
pended. His cisjrar was of more im
port auco to him than tho speeches
that would bo made. Thoy liad all
heard tho stories to bo told, over and
over again. If tho rule was suspend
ed that would be an inducement to
tho members to keep their seats.
Tho rule wns, on motion, sus
pended. Rep. Naw alii continued and said
that his strong reason for voting for
tlio resolution and against tho Min
ister of the Interior was because that
gentleman had voted against him
when ho wtis a Minister. (Laugh
Noble Kauhano said that tho reso
lution stated that tho Cabinet had
not fulfilled tho expectations of
some people. Tho Cabinet had not
yot opportunity to fully perform
thoir laborb, tho objectors Bhould
wait a little longer. Another causo
was baid to bo because tho Cabinet
had defeated the bill for a Constitu
tional Convention. Tho Cabinet had
not done that, it was tho Legislature
as a body. This Cabinet has the
confidence of tlio business commu
nity mid he opposed tho resolution,
Rep. Bipiknuo was in favor of tho
resolution and opposed to the Cabi
net on a principle of his own.
Kop. Ici'-epa opposed tho resolu
tion. There were other things moio
important than tlio proposed Con
stitutional Convention, and that was
the financial condition of tho coun
try. The proposed Loan bill by the
Cubiuet was in accord with tho wishes
of tho people. Tho mombors of tho
present Cabinet did not tnko oflleo
for oithor tho honors or emoluments
thoreof, but thoy accopted tho posi
tions for tho good of tho pooplo and
country. Tho Ministor of Foreign
Affairs is an Hawaiian gentleman
much respected, but there wns no
nood to draw tlio color lino. Mon
who havo no ability to mnungo thoir
own ntTnirs nnd who nro nhvays in
charge of an ngont or guardian nro
now anxious to obtain Cnbinot bil
lots. Ho objected to tho romnrk,
mndo in tho morning, by Rop. Bipi
knuo that ""ha (Bipiknne) hoped to
sco tho day when tho llawaiinns
would riso as ono man and wipo tho
foreigners oh" tho face of Hawaii."
That was senseless talk.
Rop. Pua' said there w ero many
good points about tho Cnbinot.
They had appointed n Hawaiian as
Registrar of Public Accounts, but
no hoard tlioy wore sorry lor it, so
ho would vote against them.
Rop. Waipuilnni movod the pre
vious question. Carried.
Tho motion to indefinitely post
pone tho resolution was first put
and was lost on tho following njo
and nay vote:
Ayes Nobles Walker, Ena, Kau
hano, Marsdon, Young, Baldwin,
lfiilftMiflin ArlMrit 1 Mntwrt itl
ttiuLiui't .Yii.u'inuiiJ j. iiuioiwiij
McBrydo, Droior; Rops. Wildor, Ka
uhi, Waipuilnni, Kanealii, Edmonds,
Knluna, losopa, Smith, A. S. Wil
Noes Nobles Borgor, Hopkins,
Pua, Peterson, Cummins, Made, J.
M. Homer, Cornwoll, Kanoa; Reps.
Bipikano, Aid, Pua, R. W. ,Wilco,
Bush, Nawahi, Koahou, Kaunnmano,
Kamnuoha, Kapahu, Nahinu, White,
M . -T 1 1 11TM1! TTI...1
Auseui ioies miliums, riiuu,
W. Y. Hornor; Reps. Asliford, A.
Tho motion to adopt the resolu
tion was now put and was lost on
tho following ajo and nay vote:
Ayos Nobles Berger, Hopkins,
Peterson, Cummins, Mailo, J. M.
Hornor, Cornwoll and Kanoa; Reps.
Bipikano, Aki, Pun, R. W. Wilcox,
Bush, Nawahi, Koahou, Kaunamano,
Kamnuoha, Nahinu and White 19.
Noes Noblos Ena, Pua, Kauhano,
Marsdon, Young, Baldwin, Wnl-
bridgo, Anderson, Thurston, Mc
Brydo and Droior; Rops. Wildor,
Kauhi, Waipuilani, Kapahu, Kane
alii, Edmonds, Knluna, Ioepa, Akina,
Smith and A. S. Wilcox 22.
Absent Noblos Williams, Hind,
and W. Y. Horner; Rops. Asliford
and A. Horner.
Rep. R. W. WTilco, in explaining
his vote, stated that ho had the
highest feeling of respect for tho
Cabinet as gontlomon. but ho intend
ed by his vote to teach a lesson that
would bo remembered, and that was
tho adhoronco to tho principle of
Noblo Cornwoll explained Ins voto
by saying: "Before voting I want to
say that this Cabinet has had mj'
confidonco up to last Woduosdaj',
when Bill No. 159a was returned to
this Houso without tho signature of
Her Majesty, but beconio a law by
limitation. I asked tho Cabinet if
Her Majesty had assigned any rea
sons for not signing tho bill, and
they deliberately provaiicated by
saying that her reasons wore given
to her Ministors onty. This, Mr.
President, 1 know was not tho truth
it was Hor Majesty's wish that
tho members of the Legislature
should know why sho had not signed
tho bill. For this reason I voto
A motion to adjourn was lost.
A motion to reconsider was lost.
At 4. the Houso adjourned.
Seo tho now Floral Sots at Benson,
Smith & Co.
Root' Boor on
Smith & Co.'s.
draught at Benson,
C. J. McCarthy
stieot for salo.
has lots on Liliha
Perfumes in great variety at Ben
son, Smith & Co.
Now ideas in Perfumes for holiday
presents at Bonson, Smith Ac Co.
After shaving uso Cucumbor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at ouco by Cu
cumbor Tonic. Benson, Smith A: Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 1!)1 Fort street,
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mut ual Telephone 082.
Tho Honolulu Dairy havo put in a
Creamery will deliver fresh cream
morning or afternoon to suit cus
tomers. Mechanics' Homo, 59 and Gl Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; 51
and $1.25 a week.
Winter & Winter, Dentists. Office,
33 Borotania street.
Gold fillings &3.00
Silver fillings 1.00
Teeth extracted 50
Eastern Prices. Mutual Tele
is always an acceptable present for
Christmas. Tho Pacific Hardware
Company havo just opened a lino of
pictures comprising monochromes,
artotypes, photogiavures, Randall's
and Guei in's, photographs, panels,
cabinet, frame's, medallions on glass,
pastels, stool engravings, etc. Their
lines of Mouldings comprise tho
latest patterns, and picture framing
is mndo a specialty.
An assortment of Cornice Poles,
Brackets and Trimming, always on
A number of pictures wore sold
tho day they wore opened, aud tho
continued (leuiaud is reducing tho
''For tho jmst two or throo years T
have been subject to ornmningimiiib
in tlm stomach," says Mr. W. A. '
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
Boonvillo, Dallas C'o Jown. "1 have
tiied a number of dilleiont remedies;
the best one being Chamborliiiu's
Colic, Cholera aud Dinrrhii'a Reme
dy. One or two doses of it always
mires me." Sold by all dealer.
Benson, Smith A: Co., Agents for the
IMl'OHTHH AND DHALHlt IN
StekL & Iron Ranges
Stoves & EFixit'u.res
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS & KITCHEN UTENSILS
Agate Ware in Large Variety,
WHITE, GRAY nnd 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. 93 & 97 KING STREET.
IE 3D 3D "52" 'S
White InimfaifL mm
Gil AS. 1IUSTACE,
IMPOUTKK AND DKALDU IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
tfS ALWAYS ON HAND &y
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Fraucisco.
XF- All Onlcis faithfully attended
solicited and p.mkud with earn.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street
LEWIS & CO.,
ti:li:i'honi: aio 111 PORT STREET. no. hox--)-.
IMPORTCItS, WHOLKSALi: AND Itr.TAIL DKALDKS IN
Groceries and Provisions.
ON IOi: Uy eaeh stciuior of the 0. S. S Co. fiom California Fresh California Koll
flutter, Froeu Oysters and Fiesli California 1'iuitH, 1'Nh, Ouiiiu, Vegetables, ote
A complete lino of ('rosso A. lllaekw ell's and J. T. Motion's Canned and Ilottlcd Woods
alwajs on hand. .
.lust leecivul n Fresh Lino of German L'ates and Potted Meats and Uottled Preserved
Fruits, Lewis it Co.'a Malte-o Iitjiul Sugar Cined If.ims and Union, New liieaUfast
Ceieals, Cicam Oat Flakes and Uiciini Wheat Flakes, felcilj Lemons, California Jtiver
sido Oranges, Oregon llurhank Potatoes, etc. batisfaetion guaranteed.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
iMPOitTi:ns and Di:ALi:ns in
Groceries, P'royisions and Peed.
Now (Joods Itcmivcd by livery Packet from tlio Fastern States and Europe.
FUKSH OALIFOUNIA IUtODUOD UY KYLMtY SPDAMKlt.
All Orders faithfully attended to and Goods delivered to any part of tho City freo.
Island Orders bolicitcd. Siititifaullun guaranteed.
EJ&t Corner ZP'oi't 3c Kiag Streets.
(NEW BULLETIN BLOCK, MERCHANT STJtEEr)
RE.AJ-J ESTA.TE BROKER.
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY miSINKBS KN'TIIFBTKO TO MK WILL HKOWVD PUOMPP ATTENTION.
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea and OofTe
AT AM, IIOL'ltS.
Til 1-3 FINEST UHANn.S 01-'
Cigars and Tobacco
A1.WA1S ON HANI),
EC. J, 3STOI.JTEI, Prop.
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Claims.
S.itlsfmtinii guarantied. Island Orders
- Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. BOX 372.
-P. 0. 1IOX 115.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
G. J. "Waller, . . . Manager.
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