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MHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KltOM AND AKTKK JUNK I. Ikm.
l'l Kwa MlLt-
Lt-uve Peorl Ulty
Arrive Kwa Mill.
Unve Kwm Mill
lave l'earl tJlty .
&1u gniUi UUJin.
SATURDAY, JUNE J), 1894.
.Sati'hipav, June li.
Mtmr MokullI (rum Molukal mid aim
tftmr Klnnit from Unuitll and Maul
Stmr Jamus Makro (rotii Kannl
Htnir Mlkahalu from Kniinl
tittnr Ivvalanl from Kanal
aimr Clauillne'from Mnul
Htmr Kaaln from Walanae
Hclir Ka Mol from lliiinakim
and Smith, Councilk
Ilgliia lAvveiilri? for Man Krnni'K'o
Vosaela Loavlug Tuesday.
aimr KhiiIh for Wiiluiiue, Mokuleht mul
Kuhul.il ul Hill lo
Htmr Klimil for Muill mid HiimuII nl '1 in
rtlinr Clmiditio for irts on Muiil ul .V . in
Mtmr Jus Mukon for lliitiamuulii nt I i in
tiltui Mokolll fur Molokal nml Uiuai
Stair tnuhuil for Maknuvll ut '" i m
Munr J A ('iiiiiuiitis for Konlitn
Htmr Mlkuliulu for Kuunl
OarKOea from Ialnud Port.
Stmr Claiidli.e I ItCt lm xupur, I.V) n,
initiiluvi, "I luiK cum, 'if I'.iK" taro, 1 1
luad tattle, & valves, ii lions, mi tkn
tStuir Klnau iWM lmn ui?ir, 'Joe bag
spuds, 16 liauit corn. ICI lull hi ten, .Ml
bags liune, I liore, 170 kn sundries
Htmr Mlkuliulu .VWO Ima miKar, III lulls
hides, i liuroinud 10 itks sundries.
Htnir Iwumiil anyi Iiuk nigur ami ' li.iic
Htmr Knula 1676 liis ilpar.
Adjourned Meeting of the Executive
and Advisory Councils.
Vice President Wilder called the
Councils to oritur nt 7:15 p. in. Fri-
day evening, pursuaut to adjourn
ment on 1 liursclav. I horn wore also
on a. ouug.
Joint Kuiinoliit h, .John Xott. J. F.
Morgan, J. P. Mondonca, D. H.
Smith, V. F. Allou ami H. Water
house. The Appropriation Hill for do- i
parttueutal purposes was taken tip.
U'STOHS llt'llKAf. j
Kerosene Warehouse, $.'121. I'm-!
Custom Hotie, $7lXX).
Incidentals last period 15.1 (SO.
Dobt to March HI. 185(2. S22.RU.
Night watchman, Pilots' Ollice,
Uxpunxe.i pilot lioat, .51000.
Minister Hatch arrive.
Same item last period, ?IS 2".
Chiueso and Japanoso invoice in
Mr. Moigan tnoved the item lie
struck out. The hill for salaries
had been passed already. Chiueso
ami Japanese merchants went to the
Custom House and made errors in
their invoices, and the lime of clerks
was wasted. If this item was not
passed there would be ait opening
for Custom House brokers.
Minister Smith said the ollice was
absolutely necessary, and it would
be a saving of tiioue to have au in
spector. Mr. I). H. Smith knew that the
ollice was absolutely ueciMsjiry.
Minister Hatch supported the
item, which passed.
Special service fund, 5-2'ilKl.
.Minister Damon explained thai it
was similar to the proisioii for
police. He had cut it down one
Minister Damon gave details from
Debt due last period, '57:kS 27.
Special mail carriers, iSI'iOO.
.Minister Damon explained it va
for international poMago.
Subsidy to Oceanic Steamship
Company to July 1, IS!ll,$l7oU.
Mr. Morgan wanted to know
what the views of the Executive
were on the continuation of the
Minister Damon said the port
charges remit ted amounted to ?A)
a mouth, raised.
Miii. Damon was afraid Mr. Euu
did uol fully understand the ques
tion. The Sisters of the Sacred
Heart had never agreed to Govern
ment surveillance, and the questiou
was now simply how much each of
these schools should receive. In
answer to further remarks of Mr.
Emmeluth, the Minister gavo statis
tics of different private schools. By
the capitation fees granted lfi assist
ed pupils in the Sisters' school
would call for $7i"0.
Mr. Emmeluth related the report
made to the special committee by a
lady principal, to tlto effect that the
parents wore growing more and
more careless of responsibility uuder
St. Louis College, $2500.
Oahtt College, .J0U
Knmehamelia School, $700.
lolani College, $1200.
Hilo Hoarding School, $8(X).
Mr. Eua moved to iusort, Aid to
St. Andrew's Priory School for
Mr. Watorhouse Do they get
Minister Damon No; they got
none last period.
Mr. Emmeluth contended for
eipial treatment and the right of
inspection of all aided schools by
the Inspector General.
The item passed.
Stationery and incidentals, $8000.
Repairing School Houses. $1000.
Expenses School Agents. $5000.
Minister Damon explained that
heretofore they had been paid by
commissions. Now it was proposed
to pay them regularly.
Capitation fees for girls' schools,
Mr. Emmeluth moved $7000.
Passed as in the bill.
Mr. Eua moved, Aid of Schools of
Sisters of the Sacred Heart, SIlNX).
I Mr. Waterhouse moved, Aid Kauai
IndiKtrial School,$KKX). Carried.
Mr. Eua moved, Aid to St. Au
drew's Priory Schools, $I(XX).
Mr. Emmeluth was opposed to
subordinating public regulations to
' private schools.
Mr. D. H. Smith was opposed to
granting aitl to any educational or
other institution not submitting to
Minister Damon said all these
schools excepting Sisters of the
1 Sacred Heart agreed to Government
ItOADS AM) Illllltill.S, UAL VI.
llo.td damages, all
A Itulillixon, h'll.iy, U K IliirrU Ml I
Nlchulauu, U Carter mid 'Jil dork.
From Kauai, mr tinr Mlkuliulu, JiuieU
U II lllshuj' L' WalteiK, K llrrlelmiiii.
Ml- J noil, Mm K J llryuut, Je-edo I'iIck,
Mr KUHmltli, ilri K Williulm, I Chinese
From Maul per sleumor tjlaudlnv, June
U-tl C Wilder und wife. ftltor llounve n
turn, Mls Coruwell. ill"! Vldu, Dr 0 I.
.Slow, V K I'euur, f KnUvr, I' MiiDoiiiiM.
Mr i. J M Ue, I' Olirt und wife. V A Kin
nev, T KatHM), Mls Aneu, V V ,ili(onl,
J v Kalua. Mrs Drutiimoiid nlidilatiKliter,
Mr hllva, Sinu Kook, and 71 deck.
Krom Maul und Hawaii. xr ntoaiuer
Klnau, Juno H Mrs W A llnrdy, MIk K
Dunlulu, W T MoiiMirrat. J K (Iroi-xiuan,
OlMikl, It Ivrrit, ilrnC Uirkeiiiiddauiiliter.
V II Ulikurd. Mm M Kul.lulll und .1
vhllilrcn, 1'uul Jarrult, (I ' Aklnu. Ml II
KlU'llder, Mr, A J CurtwrlKlit, - clillilrni
and xervaut, MUxll l.i-mon, Judk'el.'donor.
I'M Walton, II It lUtclii-ook, J Mel'arty,
W II CuriiHidl, II ItiMllvk, f K llorn.ir und
wife, Mrs Decutn, and IS'Jdeck.
From Kuunl, 1st Mmr Iwnlaiil. JumMi- Postal Monev (Irder capital,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
baud concert at
The Crescents and Kamehamehas
on the diamond this afternoon.
F. Gay and A. Itobiuson of Kauai
came ovor on the steamer lwalaui.
The steamers brought a number
of sports from the other islands this
A nice lunch can be had at Saus
Souci from II o'clock on Monday,
Tax Appeal Hoard, $I.Vh).
Dog tags, $r(XI.
Incidentals tax ollicos, iSMKI.
Minister Damon said advertising of
delimpieut tax list cost $I!I00. which
added to expense.
Mr. Tenney asked if the delin
quents weren t taxed with costs.
Minister D.tinon - Yes, but it
comes in as Government realization.
Incidentals last period, SK'.l.'l.lll.
Minister Damon moved to iii'erl,
Claim of llnrrv Treadway, Asoor
of Maui, $1 I0.:tl. Carried.
Minister Damon moved to in
crease incidentals on reconsidera
tion to $;IIS0, to enable him to pay
two watchmen until vault lie com
.tioii.m:y oi:xi:ii.m.'s iji:cviitmi:nt.
Support ami maintenance of Pris
Minister Smith explained particu
lars, saying it was a trille more than
laM perioo. i lie unmoor oi prison
ers had increased.
Mr. Emmeluth said that was an
average of $250 a year for each pris
oner. Minister Smith gave further ex
plauatiou, and the item pa-cil.
Incidentals, civil and criminal ex
penses, $25.(XXl. Passed.
The motion carried.
Manual training and sewing
Minister Damon referred to the
...wl u..(.tr !. li. Inf. ..I l.- XII. .i ... ......
. ifi:.. :.. :.... :..... i... i way to Kalilu.
it.... .......V... Mr. Kinineluth
'? ! ix n ixjxt f 7iiv.tr ii tat)"
l lus Kind ot worlt
I Koloa, I21XXJ5
UCREAC WATER WORKS.
Kiiniiing expenes, $8500; Repairs
' to reservoirs, 8(KXJ; General repairs,
Minister Smitli, on a motiou by
Mr. Morgan to refer the three item's
; to a special committee, objected to
cutting down appropriation for the
j water supply.
Tho motion carrier! anil Messrs.
Morgan, Allen and McCandless wore
appointed the committee.
Mr. Morgan asked if anything was
to bo done to get a decent water
Minister King answered it was the
intention to ask for tenders for a
pumping plant, aud an item would
be found in the second section.
Mr. Morgan thought it ought to
go in the hrst section.
Minister Damon said the second
section was the proper place, be
cause the money would come from
salo of bonds.
Mr. Emmeluth rcgardod a pump
ing plant as useless without having
adequate mains to carry the water.
Miuistor Damon said the Govern
ment had concluded the first thing
to be got was the water, and thou
it would be a comparatively simple
matter to get the mains.
Mr. Voting agreed to a great ex
tent with Mr. Emmeluth, aud gave
his views technically on the ques
tion. Mr. Eua asked if it was the inlou
tiou of the Government to bore
Minister King replied not at pres
ent. Mr. Eua told of a natural spring
at Kamoiliill whence a good supply
of water could be had.
Mr. Waterhouse wanted to know
what was before the house.
Minister Kim; gavo estimates,
Mr. D. H. Smith moved to insert
.fiOOO for an artesian well and wind
mill to supply people at Kalihi.
Mr. Eua tliouirut some estimate
ought to be laid before the house
before au item was passed.
Mr. Morgan moved tho item lie
referred to the Minister of Interior.
Mr. Emmeluth was surprised noth
ing had been done to supply the
people of Kalihi with water, as they
had been promised water when tho
lots were sold.
Minister King said this Govern
ment had not sold tho lots, but the
Superintendent of Water Works had
been inspecting the ground.
Minister Damon promised that as
soon as possible the water pipes
would be laid out King street all the
Hilo Fire Dopaitmeiit, $.'tllVl.
Unpaid bills, $5Mii01.
Minister Damon said bills of
$73.05 had just been handed him to
bo added and he so moved. Carried.
Minister Smith moved, Aid to Pa
radise of the Pacific, $.'$00.
Mr. Wilder Is this a back debt?
Minister Damon further explained
that subsidy had been voted up to a
certain time aud then stopped.
Subsidy to steamer to Molokai.
Lauai, etc., ?52(XI.
The Councils at .);.'! adjourned
till Thursday evening next at 7:80.
Headquarters for White Goods
3ST. S. S-A.OHS'
bho iort Btreet, Honolulu.
' " J
Jamet Iltber Dorman
of Shy Heater, I'a.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices I
NAINBOOKS In Plain, S'rl;s.d, Checks and Plaids.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM. QKADK8 AND PIUfKS.
UIMITIKS In BtrlMl. Checks, l'Jafds and Hair Lines.
INDIA LINONR, BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, CREAM AND ECRU
- IMMKN8K VAUIKTY OF
"TsTBCITE . GOODS
AN KNDI.KSH VAUIKTY OF
cured ofjcrofuia LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
The People will have Hood's
Mr. Dormnn'K Kxperlenc0
" My boy, now 9 years old, had Scrofula la
ant eye from Ilia time lia u a b.iby dlscnari
log all ttio time. Of Ut we tiavn been Hiring
lit ut Hood's HrsaiMtllta, and II 1u dune all
that medicine ran do. The ft-rofiita lm tlhap-pe-ired,
and bit ey li healed up and well. I
fully brllera llood't .Sanip.irllla li th bait
medicine In the market I kei-p a general itor.
ami It If not a trick lo oell IIwhI'. H.-iraaparllla
UMilltOIDKKY KDOINOS In Swl, N'alti-k mid Hamburg In
All Widths with Invrtllij; to MatWi.
All-OTur Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Doml PioancM.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods
rill have It. 1 tell mora
Hood's 8aMap irllls than all other tnodlclaei
together and the ilort would not h cnrnpleu
without It My wife ha alio ben entirety
eur'd o( Scrofula by llnod'a Sriparill. and I
am heartily thankful lor what it li dun lor
ul." Ji'HM lloniiAN.Miy lla,r, P.
HOOO'B PlLLS u l btlfiri1lnntrmw,
MtUl d.fMllso.cut titiiligl. Tty a bi Ua,
HOIIUON. NF.WMAN CO.,
ARelits for Hawaiian Inland.
asked why a cer
tain spring could uol lie utilized.
Mr. Euiuieluth would rather giv., . .n.rw.w.. whihu.uisimi.
$HMXXl to this sort of work lliati i kiilt-nni. holders had a right to wa
$11X10 lo uriviitH schools. : l"L. r(" u,nl "I1""
.Minister bunt It said that was the
AUCTION SALE OF THE
Cures Figured Muslin,
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
Coroner"' Inmii'sls .filXI
HIKi: Vt Ol ITIII.lt INM'III'lTIU.N.
I luduslrial anil Keforuiaton
1 School, $:i.VXl.
i Minister Damon explained actual
cost Mas $2700 last purind, as the
lioye hail done ouic work lo sup
I Minister Smith only wished they
I had some place for girls as well
Mr. I). It. Smith thought the in
stitution was in the wrong place.
It should lie when tlm hoy- could
I ilo some agricultural uorlc.
i MiuiMcr Damon thought r'llixi
I was a giiod showing.
i.Mr. Eua coincidiMl w-iili Mr.
Smith's view. They had disciis-ed
the matter in I lie llun'Jiii of l'ore
try, aud there was work wailing fur
, the hoys under that liureau.
I The item iiassed.
Minister Daiiiou, liefore coming
Cham- '' "cxt items, Mud direct aid lo pri
1 vate schools wai lo lie stoppid, and
scholarship-! mi h-t Hut i'i.
Mr. I'.nn moved the mat tor ln dif
Miuiter Smith favored postpone
liieul. Mr. D It. Smitli helievoil in treat
iug all tliKse scliooU alike.
Mr. Euiiiii'liith reminded tie
Councils of the rHcomuieiidaliou of
the sjiecial committee on the re
oigain.atiou of lint Hoard of Educa
lion. Ho was nliMiluti'h opposfd to
the granting of public money to pri
vate -cIuioIh, tpiH'ially to M'ctarian
Oceanic Steamship Coinpanv "choo H, ami mo-t or thesi. private
seem to he "in it" for the next liunil . "ciioois were .s.-cianan. lie did mil
red years, despite the attacks of the j huliew; in giving pulilic money to
r. U. organs against the navuieiit of . ' ,ll11 ihkhs nin puon
...-...- . - - I ..l...y.l ..
a suusKiy to thai popular company
There will he no meeting of the
Thistle Club on Monday evening on
accotiut of the holiday.
If you are looking for pretty iiius
liiis or bargains in white goods, call
at N. S. Sachs', Fort street.
The second illustrated lecture liy
Rev. II. 11. Rico will he given at
Kawaiuhao Church this evening.
Don't forget the excursion to
l'earl City and Eua plantation Mon
day on the Oahtt Railway line.
The California Fruit Market open
ed up to-day, refrigerator fruilr,
cherries, apricots, plums aud grapes,
chickens aud hore.
There will be a cricket match this
afternoon between the II. C. C. aud
the 2d elevou of H. li. M. S
pion at ,'i o'clock sharp.
The scavengers do uot gather the
refuse from the Fort street stores
till 10 or 11 o'clock. It is unsightly
aud the smell is uot pleasant. 1 1
should be taken care of before the
tratlic of the day has begun.
Members of the Honolulu Ama
teur Athletic Club are requested to
call at Thrum's for their member
ship tickets, which they will keep,
aud present at the gates of the halt
ground on Monday, the lltli.
According to the "Morniug Ulorv"
the Council yesterday passed an
item in the general appropiiatiou
bill providing for the payment of a
subsidy to the Oceanic Steamship
Company until July 1, I'.l'.ll.
Arrangements are progressing
whereby Mr. Leo Cooper, the vveii
known reader and elocutionist, will
give his first recitations before (lie
school children. Mr. Cooper is con
uected with a number of educational
institutions aud in widel known
both as teacher aud public reader
Since his arrival here he has been
the recipient of considerable social
attention on the part uf our best
-cliools were uol vvnuiiv tree
Mr. Eua did md agree with Mr.
Emmeluth If Mr Kuiuieluth knew
as much as he did alioul thei-e pn
vale si'hools he wiuild not speak as
lie had. There were a gieai mauj
native children vvhuhad uot siiilalil"
clot he. to allow them to go to the
very kind of work done by Hilo
Hoarding School and Kauai Indus
The item passed. ',
liureau of Survey- Expenses liehl i
parlies, $li,0IXJ; ollice expenses, in-I
strumuuls, etc., $12lKI; Meteorology
and tide gauge, $1000. Passed.
liureau of Conveyances -hidden- '
laN, $ir0. Passed.
Itt'ltK.tr or IMMIOIUTION
Immigration, incidentals, etc.,
lixxi: Keiit.JUIS. Passed.
Ut'llK.U' Ol I'tlll.K UOIIKs.
' I ncideutnls aud traveling expense, ,
$2lXX); Repairs, furniture, etc., pub-i
lie buildings, $.-(.1,U7l'(; new Court I
house, Houokaa, $.'t.ri(l; new Court
house, Waiohiuu, $.'I.VK); Jailor's
, house, North Kohala, $I2XI; land
ings and buoys, Hawaii, $2.(Kl; land- '
iugs and buoys, Maui, $2000; land- ;
iegs and bu ys, Molokai, $.(XI; laud- !
I ings and buoys, outer districts, '
Odin, $I(XX); laudiugs aud buoys, '
Honolulu, $I2,(XI0; landings and
buoys, Kauai. $2(XX; landings and ,
buoys, general, $."i(XXIt wharf at Ka-
uuakakai, Molokai, $2XXl; lightlmuse
.Nlr. Morgan asked if these were
landings for the steamship compa
Minister King said they belonged
lo the Government.
Mr. Morgan again asked if there
had been any Government inspec
tion of these landings.
Minister King answered ihey were
under the supervision of iheSui
lutendont of Public Works.
Steam tug, $S.UX).
Mr. McCandless wanted to know
how much revenue I he Government
got from the tug.
Minister Damon said the iiiforma
tiou was locked up in his safe.
Minister King said there was a
margin over expenses of t he tug.
Dredging Honolulu Harbor, $20,-
Minister King exiilaiued only a
few spots were to lie dredged ami
this amount was deemed sulllcieut.
Mr. Etuiiicluth asked if the dredge
was in good condition or was it like
Mounter King replied the dredge
was all right, but the pontoons were
no good anyway.
The item pasied
Mr. Emmeluth wanted to know
why au item wasn't inserted for a
new scow, and how much the Gov
eminent was paying the railway
couiiany for its scow.
Minister King said they wore pay
ing $10 a week when it" was in use.
The chairman said Mr. Emmeluth
was out of order with these side
HOVlis vMi IIIIIImiKn, II.WV VII
N. Hilo, $2."00; Hilo.$l0.lKXI; Puna,
fir00; Kau, $l(Msi. Mr Eua moved
$2i xx i. Carried.
South Koua, $IikkI; North Koua,
?:.00; South Kohala, $I2."i0; North
Kohala, s.ltxxi (Minister King ex
plains it is for a new road j; llama
itua, $I2.'.0. Passed.
The item passed.
Ou a point of order as to whether
the item could ln referred after pas
sage, a motiou to reconsider passed
ami the item was referred to the
Minister of Interior.
Mr. Eua said two splendid wells
on Mr. (Julick's premises were going
Latipahoehoe Water Works, J.'iO;
Hilo Water Works, $.VXI; Koloa
Water Works, SI Ml;
Honolulu Fire Department. $111,
KI2; Electric Light. SI.'I.IXXl;
Public Grounds, $l2txi
iiovui) or iicxi.tii.
General expenses. $MXX; Support
aud Maintenance of Hospitals, jlll,
IXXl; Medicines, StNXXi; Removing
Mr. Einmeluth moved to strike
out last item. Lost.
Support of non-leprous children
of lepers, $t'XKI.
Expenses under Act to Mitigate,
Quarantine expenses, $'i(XXI.
Segregation, support and treat
ment of lepers, $IH.',(XXI.
Expenses under Opium Act.$2ixxi.
Insane Asylum, $22,010.
Lighting streets other than Ho
Expenses of Election, $ 1 0,1 XXI.
i Forests aud Nurseries, $I2,I'.XI.
i Mr. Tenney moved to insert, Re
foresting land above Luakaha, f 171X1,
In tha Circuit Court for tho Klrat
Circuit In Admiralty.
IN Till. MATTKK OF Till: . IK AM Kit
"WXIMAS I ."
In imrsiiiiiai- id n stipulation nmJo,
elltlKsl mid tllud li tilt' uirlU' tetlii' iiImivv
cnllllicl inilff, on tlio stli duv ol June,
I'll I, till' lindlTl!lllil Kill sell ill I'lllill.'
AiK'tlon. at tin- Fish Mnrki't W'liurl, in
lloiiulillit. oil HA IT ItHA Y. III.- it.1 duv ol
Jiiiih, I v 1 1 , i, lliiu'iiltnii r-Irii hut "Wal
iiiiiIihIo," Imt Hunts S.tll-. Anchors. I c
kle, Ani'l und I'tiriiltiin'. ns t-li- hum
lies ell llu Fish Mnrki't Wliurl. ill lleini
lulu. Tlil v id h.is rt'fi'iitl.v Im', ii rr
iialrftl nml put In llrl fliis loiiilillun nt
lartfi xt'iiM', ami bus nut lni' In ii-td.
He la n'litMilier tlyi'd, with (nil comiilt'
ii it- ii t ul Sails, Anchors. I'liuin-, CaliU's,
Uoai mul ntliiT Auri'l ami Fnmlliire.
The 'WhIiiiuiiiiIii" Is uImhii .'i tuns rt'K
IsliT. her illiiifiisltiiis Ih-Iiii; nlsnil c (ret
li'liKth. I'i fisst Ih'ioii. "iS fft'l tleplh of
hulil Mit is fillit(l with em-lino mid
holler, Mliliilile lo her slrr, nml I- iMpalde
of htcioiiliiK seven knuis per hum hi ordi
nary ut'iithiT. Hho Is i'svinllv tli'sli;ii'd
mid H'ltlpteil for the lnler-1-liind trade.
Ih'Iii) of a sire niot eoiiv.-nli'iii und hi-.I
mid inacliiiii'ry e.iilpineiil inot fi'iiiionil
tal fur snt'h tindi'.
TiiiiiisoI Snle: I'n-ti In I' rt. Hold I'oln.
'osi.sliiii plveu IliiinislltiK'ly
Dated this silt itits of .nine, Is
V. II. HIIUIMM K.
. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose !
A I .HO I UK
French Kici Slioe at S2.26
I Imvf hi'iMi instructed by Mit. .1. M. dk Sa k Sii.va,
pnipiidor of tliu Hawaiian. Japanksf. Ha.aah, lloti'lhtivi't,
to sell his stock of .IA1WNKSK CJOODS. Also, a big us.
soitmi'iit of JAIWNICSH PAIMilU NAI'IvlNS will In- Bold
l.KSS THAN COST.
411 NUUANL STREET.
aboV:ruhr.:;Vn,f!,;,;;a?t,'u,rH Saturday Afternoon, June 9th, CusIuihm-.
The item carried.
Aitl to Queen's Ho.pital, SlodKXI.
Aitl loKapiolaui Maternity Home,
Mr. Emmeluth objected lo the
expenditure ou ground that the
value was not eipial to it. The ex
pense was $ltXI a birth.
Minister Damon explained.
Expenses tiling certificates of
boundaries, $iixi. Passed.
Incidentals under Homestead Act,
Minister Damon moved to insert,
Aid to Kapiolaui Park, J.'sXxi. Car
ried. Quarantine diseased animals, $SH2.
Government Pounds, $I(XI.
Diamond Head Signal Station,
Rent Custom lloue Lot. Kahului,
Kent P O, N. Hilo, $l2ixi
Department Incidentals, $iKXKi.
Iluildiug (iovttrnuieiit sidewalks,
Restrvoir at Leper Settlement,
Id-codifying Penal Code, $2MHI.
AT 3:3C S'I.SCi:
AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
NtlW MiH'K OF
and Sorgtis .lust ltitcuivod
SUITS FROM 16 14 UP
QoodB, Fancy Qooda, Lawns, Etc., Etc.. Etc
Saratoga Springs, Gent's Furnisllinssf , Every Description.
I.AKK I'Or.NTY. I Al..
"The Switzerland of America."
Sulpbur, Magnesia, Soda and Iron Spring,
Hot Sulpbur Batb.
TA- l'lijli'liilis reeuiiinieii'l ilit-i- Wa
turs lor l.lvt r and Kidutt.v Hi-in-e- lile-u-iniuli'
mid lllood Trouolf".
Good Shooting aud Flsuiug.
Ttrms: SIO to S14 per Week.
I in Inrtlier Inlorinmion, uiii.ly lo
I'ltllfiirnia llolel, .- I-.
Kll.l. LINE OK
Ladies' Purses and Card Cases
Kl.iisS SII.K IMI.I.OW.s. iii to .lies. It .in IU, i...
,,,,llKoV'?miiliV w,V!i.TVVH,iH V.' '"" w,,,,,h I,,', a,,l "-y
r.'li lllll.si', WAIhls fur I .mile
.li:.M:.SS MII.I.KU W.XIhTH for Utile.
M'MMKU IIIIKhZh III CK for Utile..
Dresses just the thing for Summer Wear, 7 yards for fl IX)
In fact we are showini; the Larifnsl Stock of New tiooils to lu.
the Largest Stock
in this Market
'III. ITlll.li W 1 1 I. I'I I1AHI. I KI.
Iiolii'e tlilll In if.tfler the 'I'.iui I I
I'lll'iM I'-iiiiiIi' till I'ti.t'iiii s'in
Hi lilt ruling-, of tin II. .no no. I'n let' I'i
iirtlili'llt lllt'-rlere ullli lite iiuilnii).' ol (In
totillili-liliiflil II l! I V I O
B. F. EHLBRS &c CO.
rtO b 611 HSOT?.T STR.H1H3T
public sehooU, bul I he Catliolic
Si..ers tool; such girl and -out them
lo school, and what tlio.v spent on
their clothes was nut begun to be
met bv the iU iii giaiiteij them hv
I lie la! Legislature, the liist piiblie
Uiouev tllo.V ever got Then there
was I lie Kuwaiahao Soiuinarv, wuli
i girls ihat without n would be
walking alioul the m roots ( p
I plausnj He would like to havti
I jfWKXI grauled lt mieli sl'Iio.iIs
HO (111 VMi MIUIKII.s SI VII
Lahaina, $:iixi; Wailuku, i.
Multauao, r.'UHii Haua.$:(ixi; Mololuu.
lit I Vlli VMi ItllllMil.v
Honolulu, .v.iii.UT.". Passed
Minister Hatch moved to nnri,
Si lent hignh, Honolulu, f.'iixi
Mr Morgan objected t lint the
t'oiincils lint I already refused lo au
cojit an olfer to put up signs
I ho lliuliuu i diliml
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
'Aunt Abbey's7 Cooked Rolled Oats,
'Rod Label' Sugar Corn,
'Red Label' Oysters,
. ' Our Taste ' Canned Salmon,
'Crystal' Rice, i.N.-wi.
Above Bauds will always be louud excelliil Ask your Grocer lor tlitm.
Mttolitn Sc Pataraou, OoaaL .A. g tan la.
I'lI.M THAI. (il'N-MAKI
I I't'i! d ilifonii "Hirnti: Men ainl llie
(lent Ml I'iiIiIi. tlnil I am .re,.tr.i to lie
i.itir mid lieiii.viiie nv. r de-erii.tum ol
I ire trio tiilli-, Kill,..' ,tml IteVelvers
-l.llldlli lie ih'I..i. Illueiiiiind II iitvn
iii,: tlo,i iii .in -li.iile. I'lr-t-elic vvoik
nut ur.Ii 1 1 Kiiiiriiiile.il. t iti.ini'r i.roiiii.th
i miin rni:i;r iinNiu.ri.i
Mil J W 0HAPMAN.
TUT Will, KNOWN
I in.u .re,tr.. It. l'iii,r fur liin,,iiel
Nhm.iI I'rivilli' lltliller I'urili". We.Vllli
or li.it, I, mi 1'iirtit'.., et. , etc. He will lie
.leie,m I.,, all titn miv Indies or L-eiille
iiieii Hi... will kindl) uddreU. I1 tl
HOP II1NG &CO.,
in.' lit 1 1 Kl sTItChl,
ht.ie:tle 1 1, not ut
Litinors ml Manila Ciprs
General Chinese Merchandise
Kle . Kti-
English and Amorican Groceries
l Kviirj twill Stiitnirr
Ml THAI. IKI.KI'HO.NK UT ion. I)