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SELLING OFF !
Commencing January 3, 1893.
OLOTHTNG MADE TO ORDER
All Prices Maiked
m.w , tA,a
he opportunity is now offered to obtain Clothing
-perfect lit gutiriinUcri iind innde of High Grade
Lower Pri "$ than h;ih ever been offered in thi
Toilet "Waters I
Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins1 Bloclc, Fort Street.
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
" Tho World Do Move."
8EUUHKI) THK NKW VA-
XX tr Launch '
".Nellio I um nriMimiiil
to Carry Passenger to all jmrtH of tln
Harbor. Superior Accoiiiiuxdutloii. ) I k
Ttino and nt no Incrrai-n In Fiiru. I'mi bo
found at tho Government lloat Luulliig
wliun not oiigagod.
01'J.lm L. M. JOIINbllN.
fiO twill a month.
in Plain Figures !
EDWIN A. JONEB
opened an olllcii for truiiKui'tiug nil
iiiiMiii'ift in eouniciioii Willi
Trusts, Purchase and Salo oi Bonds,
Stock and Real Estate,
And ik priipuii'd to Audit Account.
illUi'o: No. i Men-hunt tri-i-t, olllco lately
oi'ciiiii'd by tho Into .limn. Aili-lili.
P. I). Ilox .'n.
Sulixmhr Jar llir
r fills iter inutilL.
Unity llntli tin, W
lilte's Steamship Co.
O. Wimirr, Pros. S. 11. Roan, See.
Oatt. J. A. Kino, Port Supt.
Will lcnvo Honolulu at 2 r. m., touching nt
Lahalna, Maalaca Buy nml Makcnn the
same day; -Mnliukoim, ICawallmo nnd Lau
p.ihnclioc tliu following dav, arriving nt
llilo nt midnight.
riiua ,. .Inn. 13
Tuouav Jan. 21
Frlduv Fob. 3
TuuMluy Feb. 14
Friday Feb. 21
Tuesday Mar. 7
Fridav .... Mar. J"
Iiotumiug leaves Hilu, touching nt Lan
pahochoe same day; Knwnlliuc a. m.; Mb
luikonu 10 a. m.; Miikonn 4 r. m.; Maalaca
Buy it i. M.; Lahainn i m. the following
tiny j arriving nt Honolulu (! a. m. WciIiioh
days nml Saturdays.
AltitlVKS AT HONOLULU:
Saturday .Tan. 21
Wednesday Feb. 1
Sntunlny Feb. 11
Wednesday Feb. 22
Sntunlny Mnr. 4
Wednesday Mar. 15
Snturdnv Mnr. 25
19 ' No Freight will uo received nfter
12 noon on dny of sailing.
Will lenvo Honolulu every Tuesday nt 5
r. m., touching ut Kahului, Huelo, Ilnnn,
Hmnon mid Kipnhulu.
Hcturiiing will nrrive nt Honolulu every
C& No Freight will be received nfter
4 r. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees must bo nt the landings to
receivo their Freight, ns wo will not nold
ourselves responsible nfter such Freight
lint been Iniuled.
While the Company will use duo dili
gence in handling Live Stock, we decline
to assume nny responsibility in case of the
loss of same. '
The Company will not be responsible for
Money or Jewelry unless placed in the care
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco :
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Stcnmshlp Company will
be due nt Honolulu from Sydney nnd Auck
lnnd on or about
And will leave for the nbove port with
Mails nnd Passengers on or about that date.
For Sydney and Auckland :
The New nnd Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco,
on or about
And will bnvo prompt despatch with
Mails nnd Passengers for the nbove ports.
The undersigned nre now prepnrcd to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
tSf For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Co,
For YOKOHAMA auu HONGKONG.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the abovo
ports on or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" Feb. 20, lh93
Stmr. "Gaelic" April 11, 1893
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong mid Yokohama to the above port on
or about the following dates:
"Uclgic" Feb. 8, 1893
"City of Peking". .March 31. 1893
"Oceanic" Way 7, 1893
Round Trip Tickets
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350.
C& For Freight and Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
Jan. 25 Feb. 1
Feb. 22 Mar. 1
Mnr. 22 Mar. 29
Apr. 19 Apr. 20
From Sun Francisco
From Sydney for
MAKIPOSA, Jnn 12
MONOWAI, Fob. II
ALAMKDA, Mur. (I
MONOWAI, May 1
ALAMEDA, Jan. 13
MAKIPOSA, Feb. 10
ALAMKDA, A,.rll 7
MAKIPOSA, May f
A HHIPM1CNT OF
FlBubmnd Oil Clothing
-- Foil kali; iiy
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
Wednesday, Jan. 11, 1892.
Tho Assembly ro-convoncd at 1:30
ahtirp and discussion on tho Lottorj'
Bill was continued.
Noblo Young snid that, if thoro is
anything that tho Hawaiian pooplo
could do without it was this Lottery
Bill. Ho did not favor tho prosonco
of sucli a vanipiro in those islos.
Thoro had boon a groat deal of
plausible- talk during tho mrnoing
about tho bonofits which would nc
cruo ou tho establishment of this
datnunblo lottery schomo in Hawaii.
It had boon stated by Rep. White
that tho lottory in Louisiana had
almost paved tho stroots with goldl
Not sol Tho lottory had filled tho
stroots of Now Orleans with misery!
It filled tho asvlums with lunatics!
And do wo want that hero? Is this
fair laud to bo mado tho abodo of
misery and idiocy. Ho was ashamed
to think that any man with a white
faco would bo so low, so small, so
lost to all sonse of manhood as to
present such an iniquitous, damna
ble measure. Ho desired ovory woll
wishor of tho Hawaiian pooplo to
vote against tho moasuro. Tho
United States would look with much
disfavor upon the moasuro and our
intorests would bo croatlv damacod.
Tho othor day tho House was flooded
with petitions that tho bill bo
passed. And those petitions wore
signed by so-called business men.
Queer business men who had uo
farther view ahead of tho suro bad
results of this lottery to tho coun
try. Noble Thurston said that ho did
not wish to say anything on tho
merits of tho bill again but ho did
desiro to show tho depths to which
friends of this bill had to descend in
an endeavor to gain thoir ends. Ho
hold in his hand a paper which pur
ported to bo a subpoena issued by
Judge Whiting and calling for tho
prosouco oi liop. ivapaliu away irom
tho Legislature. Tho speaker road
tho subpoena so as to show that it
was in proper form and boro tho
signature of Judge Whiting. Ho
said that he had spoken to tho judgo
but that gentleman had denied all
knowledge of having signed such
paper and pronounced it a forgery;
and so it was, a baso attempt to
spirit away ono of tho members who
was supposed to bo opposed to tho
bill. W7ords were not strong enough
for him to uso to show his contempt
for the lawyer, tho member of the
bar who it was stated had perpe
trated this trick, but had luckily
failed in tho ontire fulfillment.
Kop. Bush did not wish to attempt
to defend tho actions of any lawyers,
ho believed that thoy wore bad
enough to do anything. This was
only following in lino with what
he had witnessed the othor day
when lawyers and business men wore
earnestly engaged in their lobbying
and did it in a most unblushing
manner. Ho knew that the othor
day money had been passed to some
of tho members by a merchant who
does business on Queen street. Hav
ing been shown that example bj'
those who claimed tho honor of a
higher race and bettor education,
was it to be wondered that the Ha
waiian would fall? Ho wished to say
that ho had a bittor feeling against
those who proclaimod principle from
the housetops but failed to carry it
out in their practice. You (speak
ing to Noblo Young) and your party
have given me promises which j'ou
have lauea to keep, xou ana j'our
party can blamo only yourselves for
this evil, as you say it is (tho lottory),
that is now upon us.
Noblo Young You talk as if you
were tho only man in tho House
that had any principle!
Rep. Bush I am man enough to
hold a principle and act with it, and
I have just Scotch enough in mo to
lot you know that I am a man!
Noblo Young You are mistaken!
You aro a thing, not a man!
Rep. Bush There is tho lost prin
ciples of a party pledged to mo and
which I believed in yet to be kept.
Noblo Young I say that you aro
Rop. Bush I say that you aro a
Noblo Young I did not say that
you woro a liar, I said you wore
Rep. Bush And I say that you
Tho President's gavel at last reach
ed a tone which drowned tho latter
portion of tho Representative's re
marks. Rop. Iosopa said that ho did not
consider that it would bo of any uso
to talk any longer. The bill could
only work evil, not good. If tho poo
plo in Louisiana had become anxious
to rid got of tho monster and could
only succeed after much ellort. how
was Hawaii to got clear if it was
once established hero? Tho pooplo
hero now had a kuowledgo of tho
evils of "cho fa," people now mort
gaging thoir lands and soiling thoir
heirlooms to obtain money for this
gambling game. Ho moved tho pre
vious question. Carried.
Tho motion to indefinitely post
pone tho bill was thon put ana was
lost on tho following voto:
Ayes Ministers Wilcox, Robin
son, Jones and Brown; Nobles Ena,
Kauhano, Marhdou. Young, Baldwin,
Comwoll, Walbridgo, Anderson,
Thurston, MeBrydo and Dreior;
Reps. Wilder, ICauhi, Waipuilaui,
Iosopa, Smith and A. S. Wilcox 21.
Noes Nobles Hopkins, Pua, Pet
erson, Cummins, Mailo, lloapili and
Kanoa; Reps. Bipikano, Aki, Pua,
R. W. Wilcox, Bush, Nawahi, Koa
hou, Kminamauo, Kamauolia, Ka
palm. Nahiuii, White, Kauoalii, Ed
monds, Kaluna tind Akina 2;l.
Abbout Nobles Borgor, Williams,
.1. M. Homer, Hind. V. Y. Horner;
llupi. Ahliford and A. Horner.
Noblo 1'uterhou in explanation of
his vote baid that a number of
months ago this lottery ntwisiiro
I'HiiiH up and member.- of hi.-, party
had waited on him ami rixjuoMcil
him to support tho bill. Many hun
dreds, wished it. Uo tulkou with
many ablo and rospectablo business
men who favored it. Ho took (ho
mattor into consideration, and camo
to tho conclusion that it was a justi
fiable bill to pass, and ho had pro
mised to voto for it. If ho had it to
do ovor again ho might do different
ly. Ho did not caro whether ho was
tho only whito man to voto for the
bill or not; nor whothor his political
career ended to-morrow, but those
woro tho pooplo who had elected
him and the had his promise Ho
should keep his promiso and voto no.
Noblo Coruwell oxplnined his voto.
So far it nuiy appear that I have lent
some encouragement and support to
this bill. I will say now that my
constituency havo required this of
mo. Thoro is a time, however, Mr.
President, whon tho demands of a
constituency must bo disregarded,
- ana i loel tmsis tho tune when 1
should tako this course, and refuso
my support to a measure which I bo-
! liovo will moot with most disastrous
results to this country. My promiso
was given in caucus to support 1 his
l bill, ana i have regret tea it over
since, ana l would ask tho introducor
of this bill to roloaso mo from my
promiso. If ho cannot do so, I
regret to say I must vole against tho
Rop. Whito declinod to do so.
Noblo Corn well said ho would
thon remain "doubtful."
Tho full list having been gone
through with return was made to
Noblo Comwoll. who then voted as
abovo, against the bill, in favor of
tho motion. Tio voto.
Rop. Kapahn, ovidoncing an irra
tional manner, changed his voto
from in favor to against tho motion.
The motion to indefinitely post
pone was declared lost. A motion
to consider section 1)3' section was
lost. A number of amendments (all
clearly out of order, tho previous
question having boon moved and
carried) woro offered and added to
sections of the bill.
Before final passage Minister
Brown took occasion to say that,
this lottory schomo had been seek
ing for refugo everywhere, it had
been driven out of overj- respectable
portion of God's greon footstool,
and now to bo allowed to st retell its
devil-fish arms out hero was very
bad. What tho promoters want is a
place where they can lcgalizo thoir
schemes of robbery, and thoy havo
Ou motion tho bill was thon pass
ed on tho following ayo and nay
Ayes Nobles Hopkins, Pua, Peter
son, Cummins, Mailo, Hoapili and
Kanoa; Reps. Bipikano, Aid, Pua,
R. WT. Wilcox, Bush, Nawahi, Koa
hou, Kauiiamano, Kamauolia, Ka
pahu, Nahiuu, Whito, Kanealii, Ed
monds, Kaluna and Akina 23.
Noes Ministers Wilcox, Robinson,
Jones and Brown; Nobles Ena, Ka
uhano, Marsden, Young, Baldwin,
WTalbridgo, Anderson, Thurston, Me
Brydo and Dreior; Reps. Wilder,
Kauhi, Waipuilaui, Iosopa, Smith
and A. S. Wilcox 20.
Absent Nobles Borger, Williams,
J. M. Horner, Hind, W. Y. Homer,
Coruwell; Rops. Ashford and A.
A motion to adjourn was mado
A motion to reconsider was made
At 3:50 tho House adjourned.
A NEW LAWSUIT ON HAND,
Or, Parody on Ta-Ha-Ra-Boom-Do-Bay.
By Johnson the Shirt Jh.
Now there is a man with a great big gall,
If you look nt him he'll commence to bawl.
Ho had .--oino Shirts anil wanted them IKi-il
Dut without the money ho could not do
He started in and tried lii.s nerve,
Hut the looks of him would not .-ervc.
He tried with a lawhuil but without suc
cess, That dirty man will die like the rc-t.
Give me my Shirts or in an hour I'll sue,
It will cost me nothing but bo dear for yon,
For I havo a pull and in jail you'll g.i,
And when you aro theio joii'll havo no
He tried his dirt y game but it did not work,
He got hit in tho neck and a good hard
Ho feels as s-oro as a leper ca-e,
Ho is to ashamed to look in your face.
Moral Do others or thoy will do you.
Johnson tho Shirt Maker is at tho
comer of King and Alakoa streets,
whore ho makes all kinds of Shirts to
order and guarantees a fit. It don't
cost any more to havo your shirts
made to order than you pa' forj-our
old store and factory made goods.
Now please bear this in mind and
give us a call. Satisfaction guaran
teed. f JOHNSON,
' Cor. King and Alakoa Sts.
Ar. 11. No
liluffx taken in Payment
"For tho past two or three years I
havo been subject to cramping pains
in tho stomach," says Mr. W. A.
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
Boonvillo, Dallas Co., Iowa. "I havo
tried a number of different remedies;
tho best one boing Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dy. Ono or two doses of it always
cures me." Sold by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
NOTICE TO STOCKHOIiDEItS.
A DIVIDEND OF TWO AND ONK
half Percent on the Stock pf tho
Mutual Telephone Company will bo paid
at tho Ollk-e of tho Treasurer of tho Com
pany on MONDAY, the lllth hint.
C. 0. liKKOKK,
Honolulu, Jan. 10, INW. UJI-ZU
Pure & Fresh Machine-made Poi
III quantities to Milt private families or
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT. & TARO CO.,
Cor. (juccii and .Makea M-.
.N 1 . 1 1 1 : l tJ -1 .
T P. i. U !'.
I Daily llulletin,
50 renin a inunlli,
1MP011TKII AND DKALKU IN
Steel & Iron Ranges
Stoves dfc Fiszt-ULres
HOUSEKEEPING- GOODS & KITCHEN 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 & 5)7 KING STREET.
G II AS. EUSTACE,
IMPOKTIHt AND DKALEU IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
New Goods Received by Every
Of All Orders faithfully attended to.
solicited and packed with e.vre.
LINCOLN BLOCK, Xing Street -
ILiIEW-XS &; CDO.,
TELEPHONE 210 111 FORT STREET. P. 0. Iiox 2!)7.
IMPOUTEKS, WHOLESALE AND 11ETAIL DEALE11S IN
Groceries and Provisions.
ON ICE Dy each uti-amor of tho O. S. S. Co. from California Flush California Pioll
Dutter, Frozen Oy.-teis and Fresh California Fruit, Fish, Uaine, Vegetables, etc.
A complete lino of Cros-e ti fllaokw-ulPh and .1. T. Morton's Canned and JJottled Oooda
alwayw on hand.
.lust received a Fresh Lino of German Pate and Potted Meats and Ilottled Preserved
Fruits, Lewis it Oo.'s Maltese ISiand Sugar Cuieil Hams and Paeon, New 1 trunk fast
Cereals, Cream Oat Flakes and Cicam Wheat Flukes, Hieily Lemons, California Itiver
tddo Oianges, Oregon Iturhank Potatoes, etc. .Satisfaction guaranteed.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO,
IMPOUTEKS AND DLALEKS IN
Groceries, Provisions a.nd Feed.
Now Goods Kceeived by Every Packet from tho Eastern States and Euiope.
FUESH. OALIFOUNIA PKODITOK JtY EVEUY STEAMEK.
All Orders faithfully attended to and
Island Orders Kolicitod.
Ela-st Corner Iort
(Ni:w Ill'LLUTIN IILOCK, JIUHCII NT fiTIIKKT)
REA.L ESTjSlTE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY lUIKINKSH ENTUITSTKD TO MR WILL KKCICIVl! PKOMPT ATTENTION.
The Best Lunch iu Town.
Tea. and OofTeo
AT AM. Iioril.s.
run kinkkt mums ov
Cigars and Tobacco
AI.WAVH O.N HAM).
H. J. ISTOIjTE, 3?rop.
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
ON HAND &3
Steamer from San Francisco.
Sati-faetion guaranteed. Island Orders
- Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
V. O. BOX 372.
-P. O. POX 115.
dellvoied to any part of tho Oitv free.
6c Kline Streets.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,
81 KING ST.
'Wholesale and Retail
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G. J. Waller,
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