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Rut JhtaMfefW for A- Kffit nf All.
THURSDAY, AUG. 10, IKW
Somebody, having road that tlio
American Loaguo had paid all its
debts, wants to ask how much it
"Eicolloucioa" aro piled on thick
in Iho Iowa Gonoral Assembly's reso
lution of taffy to tint He-public of
Hawaii. It must griovo President
Dole and his Ministers to have him
so miscalled, when one of tlm first
sets of the Councils of the Republic
was to prohibit the uo of all fol-tlu-rol
titlos. The troublo with our
tulers is that they aro too severed r
democratic iu profession for the
pronounced oligarchs iu practice
which they aro.
FKO TEMPORE LEGISLATURE.
WMklv Moetlnc of tho Kxccutlvo
ml Advisory Councils.
Chairmau W. C. Wilder called the
Councils to order nnd ottered the
oponing prayer at l:.'J."i, other mem
bers present Indiif?: President Dole,
Ministers Hatch, Damon and Smith,
Councillors Kua. Watcrbousc, Allen,
D. B. Smith, McUandhss, Uolle,
Mendonca, Morgan, Nolt and
Secretary Rodgers read the min
utes of last mooting.
Minister Damon read tho weekly
financial statement. It showed
ordinary receipts of f 17,121 31, and
from sale of Government bonds .?1U,-
000. The Interior Department yield
ed $2175, Customs $&), fines, etc.,
JUG0.40, Post ft fllce $2.M7.G1, taxes
$3183.15, Hilo Water Works 311 85,
and revenue stamps SC.Sli.JMl. Pay
ments amounted to $:J0,71 .:).", of
which general expenses of the Pro
visional Government took SI2.S0.25
and the military .52000.21. The uet
indebtedness is now $3,&tii,0 15.25.
President Dole reported that tho
Executive had applications for im
portant franchise, one being for nu
elect rio street railway iu Honolulu
and another for the tfmunkiia rail
way. The Executive doubted who
ther these matters should be dealt
with by these Councils, and he
thoroforo submitted tho matter fot
individual consideration iu tho
Minister Hatch read a communi
cation from tho State Legislature of
Iowa, U. S. A .enclosing a resolution
passed by that body as follows:
State or Iowa,
Whereas, Tho people of the Ha
waiian Islands have cast oil the fet
ters of an effete and dissululo mon
archy and have assumed n position
among the republics of tho earth;
Resolved by the General Assembly
of the Statu of Iowa:
That wo the representatives of
two millions of prosperous, happy,
liberty-loving people, who have
adopted as a State motto, "Our
liberties wo prize and our rights we
will maiutain," hail the new republic
of Hawaii aud Mind a message of
creeling, admiration and cheer to
our brethren across the sea. I
Resolved, That we commend the (
courage, determination anil constan
cy of the founders of the new repub
lic and bespeak n glorious future for
Roiolved. That these resolution
bo referred to his Kxcelleney the
Governor, with tho request that his
Excellency the Governor transmit
the same with appropriate message
to his Excellency the President of
the Hawaiian Itopublie.
I hereby certify this resolution
originated iu the Senate and is
known as Joint Resolution No. '.I.
(Signed) E. It. Hnniisi,
Secretary of Mouate.
Soeakor of the llutiao.
Wariu:x S. Dcnuan,
President of Senate.
Approved April 21th, IS'.) I.
seal. I'iiani: D. Jackson,
Governor oi Iowa
Tho communication was npplnml
ed, and, on motion of President
Dole, it was resolved that a commit
tee be appointed to reply to it
Messrs. Hatch and Allen were ap
pointed. A letter was received from the
Schuetzon Club, relating to the
labor commission bill, and ordered
to )o considered with the bill.
Minister Damon introduced a bill
making special appropriations for
the use of tho Government during
the two years which will end with
the 31st day or March, A. D. IS'.M
It authorizes tho expenditure of
loan funds and surplus receipts of
tho Postal Savings liauk for puhlie
works, Thorn is SI'JO.filH) for harbor
works of Honolulu. Itonds hridgeo
and landings are allotted !H,ir0.
New building?, vaults, magazine and
hospitals receive $75,500 of which
tho now market gels 25,000, new
laundries $10,000, light Ikiiimis $22,
800 and central tiro htatiou 0000.
Additions aud improuMiiontri to
water works aro allowed a follows:
Honolulu $112,000, Hilo $1500 and
Wailuku $15,000. There is $U0:i5.I3
for the Volcano road. The total
amount of the bill is $1.7.Mi01 50. It
is provided that money uumo the
amount of $500 shall only be expend
ed uuder tender and contract, ex
cepting the item, "Hoad to Kaivvibi
Homesteads, Hawaii, $3500."
President Dole explained that the
exception iu question was unavoid
able owing to various compromises
that had to be made with planta
The bill passed first reading.
The ocean mail contract bill pars
ed second reading, with nu amend
ment that coal htorage should be
limited to coal actually required for
contracting steamers. Mr' Emme
luth moved this amendment.
The labor commission bill cauio
up oa third reading.
Mr. Morgau bolievod that tho pro
vision that tho commissioners servo
without pay would bo a dead lottor.
The ago of miracles was past, and
they could not expect competent
men of business in Honolulu to
loavo their own affairs while absent
ou tho other islauds pursuing their
Mr. Eua moved to rofor tho bill to
the first Legislature to bo elected.
Minister Smith moved nu amend
ment to oav tho commissioners such
sums ns may be decided by tho Ex
ecutive Council. He urged tho im
portance of pressing the matter
through without delay. Taking up n
statement in tho Schuetzon Club let
tor to tho effect that the planters had
never considered anything In labor
immigration except cheapness, ho
denied tho accusation and cited
movements of tho planters to get
civilized labor from Norway nud
other European countries.
Minister Damon, while ho seldom
disagreed with his learned colloague,
thought tho Councils wore drifting
loo rapidly toward oligarchic, ruio.
Tills proposed provision would put
the absolute control of a largo ex
penditure of money into the hands
of tho five men composing tho Ex
Minister Smith again argued tho
importance of prompt action. They
had to carry ou the government of
tho country, and this was one of tho
lunut vital matters with which they
had to deal. More labor must be
obtained very soon, not perhaps so
much for sugar raising. Tlioro wore
possible developments iu tho sugar
iudustrr which would diminish the
demand for cheap labor. Hut other
industries were coming up, for which
labor must be obtained.
Mr. Waterhouso thought, thero
were men in Honolulu sulllcieutly
interested in tho question to make
them willing to serve on tho com
mission without par.
Saturday, A g. 11, 1MI
The conditions in Honolulu
during the past eighteen or
twenty months have been such
that to awake now and nnd
the hirbor free from a war
ship would be like witnessing
the play of Hamlet with Ham
let out of it. Not th.it it is ne
cessary to have a vessel of this
character present at all times,
but the people are so accus
tomed to seeing them, and
there has been such an inter
change of hospitality among
the offie rs and citizens that
neither the "Champion" nor the
"Philadelphia" should be al
lowed to leave except upon
the assurance that they will be
replaced by as good ships with
as efficient and agreeable offi
cers. We say "as good ships"
because it would smite, the dig
nity of the people here, if, after
a season or so of vessels of the
White Squadron the foreign
governments should consider
this place too insignificant for
anything above a wooden hulk.
This would hardly be, however,
after the advertising we have
had. It is not so much what
a man or a locality is as what
the world is led to believe is
When a person tells ou
RDWAY & PORTKR. leading Purnltur DhuIhts
f the Hawaiian Islands
oblnson Block, tn.tm.eui Fort and Nousim
ight hand side or Hotel treet going wt
ur. .uorgau saiu it wouiu un nu . . . - - .
very well for some of the wealthy & they have ustd a pn.ee ol
stiL-ar men to servo cratuitouslr. but
they should not expect n mechanic
to leave his workshop aud business
for uothinir. Poslbly an enthusiast
like Mr. Emmeluth might lie willing
j thus to sacriiico himself, but at the
1 samu time it was more than tho pub-
I lie had a right to expect.
Mr. KtniiH'luth Mipportcd tho
amendment, if the pay wore limited
to $5 a day.
I President Dole spoke iu favor
of compensation. He was ou tho
I I ...I ...In . I '..i.i ... :hhI...i tt'lii.il. ai.rt-.nl
u intuitu J vuiiiimoniuu huiv.ii ru, .. .
without pay, but were it not that ho
was on the bench at tho time ho
could not have given his time with
out compensation. He moved an
amendment making the compensa
tion such as tho legislature might
The President's atuendmeut was
accepted and carried.
Ou the final passage the question
was ratal d by Mr. Waterhouso as lo
whether the Ministers had the right
Chairman Wilder said it required
the Exoculivo nud Advisory Coun
cils silling together lo form this
It was ih'cided tho Miuisters could
The bill passed by a unanimous
Minister Smith announced that
work ou the Kau road would begin
Mr. Morgau What about KonaT
Min'stor Smith One at a time.
At 2:5S the Councils adjourned
till next Thursday, Minister Smith
sugge.-ting that they ought to con
Mtier the question of frauchbes
mentioned by the President.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
.Mid Nuuauu street. Lodging In
lay. wek or mouth. Terms: 2I and
50 cent m, night t (I nd $1.25 pui
By I.owts J. Lovoy.
T()-M0RR0W7 Aug. 17th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
nt Salesroom, I will at suction a variety
ot AlcrcliuiulUo, colitliliiit; ol
Hosiery, linn's ami Hides, Clntlilmr. Cal
ti.ur.it ))remi ols, It.liluinit, HuU
uui Cup), ami u Urga ttss.irt
Japaatse Crepss and Shirts,
To be Sulil wit hunt Uenorvc.
Household Furniture, Eto
By Jan. F. Morgan.
MOUXOAOKE'S NOTIOE OX SALE.
VHTICi: 18 IIKIIUUY UIVBN THAT
li iurU!iiit to a power ul twin contain
ml iu u certain iiioriKUuu mule by Antuiiu
Itn-i'i mid w Ifu u( Honolulu, to Cecil llrnw n
ul lliti siiiiik pi tie anil of record In the Of
lice of tlio Uci;imrur of Coiive) uncus In
Liber iiii, on pui-i 23, 2tliiud'.'7, ami lit
mii i,l Cecil llrnvwi iluly iwsiiiiit'il to K. If.
lliiVMtnli n. irulcti iiinltr the last will anil
It-ntiouinit of J. 11. HaVMtiili'ii. iliieeosHl, liy
iloi'tiiiit'iil ol record l.llmr U7oii iuwh 311.
tiiu taul nic-riguuct) tiitciiiU to lon-ulnbP
bald uiorttanct for lirrauti ot condition
tlicrmn unntalned Notice In iilno Klven
that llm proKirty covered liysniil moriKM)!'
will bo sold at l'n til lo Auction, nt l'J o'clock
noon, on H.V'I Ultll.V Y, tliu llth day of
AiiKii"t, at Urn uuclion moiiih of Jui I'.
Moijjan In Honolulu Tliu jiropurty in
said inorljiacilcodcli'scrllicd In
All tliu certain piriel of laihl Hltiiate nt
Kalilii Iu i-ald Honolulu, eontulnliit; an
area of 3'lilucrcN and liolnu a iHiitlun ot
the .rcinlti diwrllK-d In Itoyal I'aieiit No,
M u'i , and conveyed in said Anlonn Horn liy
J, 1' Meiidolic.i, HillllilliatrHtor of tliu
latn of Honilnuo Loivx It.uno, liy deed
dated the tlr-l ilav of April, tl, of record
In tliu llauidlau lti't;ltry of DeviU In Hook
IU-, on nunc. .'I it nit S
ilated Ifoimlnlil, July Clth, KM.
lor Itirthcr iurt I'lilarNiiiiiily to
!'. II. II.VYnKI.DKN,
'Iruvti-Kiif (lie hint Will and Tiiataiiuuit ot
J. (I. llayn'Mc,ii, ileccaei, or lo
Ut.il l. Iluoww, Attonixy.
im Tliu mlu of t"e a'lovti iroeerty un
der fnni'lo.iire i txeliioiutd until H.V'I Hit
HA Y, heiilenilii r l, Ib'JI, at tliu miim tllnii
mid ilce. UU7-lbt
rtibbtT host, lor ;iiiht'cii
months without its haviiii; a
break in it. don't ask whi rt it
was bought but come to us
and gut a piece like it we sell
that sort in preference to the
inferior grade that vtars out
when you look at it We have
earned a reputation for selling
good rubber hose, and we do
not propose to lose it by dab
bling in an article that will not
Genuine Hawaiian Salt is an
article used more than people
imagine. When we took the
agency for the. sale of the rn
tire product of one works we
did so because we had investi
gated, not only the demand
for such an article, hut the
quality. Experts whom ve
called to our assistance de
cided that ours is tin: best fur
all purposes. You can get a
bag or a hundred tons as your
We are selling fine Porce
lain Lined B.uh Tubs with as
much ease as we do nails or
an) thing else in every day use.
We bought them to sell, not
to keep, and we put a price: on
them that brings them within
the reaeh of almost anyone.
The other articles we sell in
liiiamel Ware closets, sinks,
wash stands, enamel pipe and
such things as are used in sani
tary plumbing not the cheap
don't-care how sort, are sold
by us at such low prices that
there is no reason why people
should contract disease through
causes which ensue from using
bad materials in pluinbinir.
Our assortment is large and
contains articles of the most
ine siriKers in me untieu
States have learned that
'though the Declaration of In
dependence declares all men
to be endowed with certain un
alienable rights aud among
these are "Hie, liberty and the
pursuit of happiness," the gov
ernment does not provide the
power to assist one man in
the exercise of his right to die
injury of his neighbor; Jones
may give up work, il he wishes,
but if he attempts to stop
Smith at his einpiom nt and
he objects, Jones cannot look
to tne army to assr.t mm in
depriving Smith of one of his
"unalienable rights." A few
years ago the price of stoves
was high; it continued so until
we introdttcetl the "Pansy" and
practically gave them away.
It would be depriving other
dealers of a right they now i n
joy if we attempted to force
them to stop charging exorbi
tant prices for such goods, and
they would deprive us of a cer
tain amount of pleasure derived
from doing good, if the dealers
would attempt to force us into
increasing our prices. We
have a sort of declaration of
independence and we look to
the niiblic for assistance in en
forcing its tenets. Having
"right" on our side and
"might" represented by our
customers we experience no
irecl Importers of fine Puniim
irt cheap for cash WV have oij
lekei Warn, Sufns, RotKtti (Jhatiti
ill you ell ami price tht goods
uyltiiutt you tvant in
iiythiuif you wfiiit in
ou cau also u supplied witb Cribs mil t!rdl
ou will dud 4 enmptat tUtck to smIaci (rnin
uD al pi lit to tuit llif pirwi
ttrtii v thw rietiest purcbMfti
o tiiiujt- is toiiiplnit- witbiiul MattiHMt,,
o h,n. in Honolulu im11 th (food Uti-r Ui (
From it large und varied stock the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
OoiupriKing California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Corn.
K3 In addition to our usual stock of these we are now
carrying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These are each possessed of Htrong feeding propertir and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
VubiBf tat Mat.
Baking Powders I
Royal and "Cleveland"
ou't Jon ii.h! sonin LNf mh. Kwatbnr to HWk Kdxat l'h makw
sully rtllotts iid (;urimi
rtty Win ib
rile fur voiu '
itlmitt id sll colors suit
ibdonr in wood or B
I course if muni uol foiiml to uieiillou
ui tituiisoinc :rvMi rblroini ft in rvtiui tus
,,. , ,rv, rir
l IS, Ilk ftil
LlYf pool 'Vi' lit'ii '
Rnslisb Itatrt Ar. i .
HAM. bAflOPt, VHftMli
Bansit ud Usi' ttaii
'Pinnr." ftii' m nav.
) JO ABU
K rboiu tVn -if i4in ini
t t ort4,n- Kt.tfltatx (Irinnu.
irM BlskwoU's Knjlua Olrvoru-,
l.ibhv ltf)rsU A Llbby Oaafivd ImU
Rlchrdon Hobbln's Uui4
epsiriiiK at rmoimt,le rains
'm'tivHriuit of t'pliolsletod Kurnttur woalt
I rv our Kasy Chairs botoni tmytiiu tiliboi
aL able if all ! wiib Chairs ana Sidtwiard u ii"k
vorytiody knotvr tvn uinhi a (ntun of Interior DwMiratluK.
vniyiMMiy siiikvp ,ii uni, wniw, wnn iiihiw mil. m-ibj insinrr.
illllT.eO a 'be ctinaHsl holism ill Uoiiolulu
bility. ProiuptiiHss aud Dispatch is our mott4.
Pl lmhi im1 (
TH sun is '
4 lnrit ri't,
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LAItUit STOCKS OV
PliistiiiiiiD SuucUes. Barflware, Dry M
Bkm. 525 -TKIiEPIIONES Mltial 645
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Puro Goods 1 Prompt, Reliable
, v itif of d.tNli
Theo. H. Davies fc Co., L'd.
Attention! and Low Friceil
I'HAT PUAOH IS AT
Benson, Smith A Co.
By Vnrlu J. IYy.
BUILDING : LOTS
FOn RALE AT AUCTION.
Ooint3r Vorx St, Hiot.ei fc3t
r- Our Soda Water is the Best rgt
HOIiLISTBR Sz OO.
Havr- (ii:tili mihiIImt Iare Impiirtutieu ol
Hiiil of UA
On SATURDAY, Aug
AT ViiVQ 0'UI.OOK P. M.
I will tell at t'lililln Auction, at tli oorw
ol Mucalf anil IIIukIiihu trnt, I'lirutbou.
The Following Described Bollolng Lo
l-A Ixit at th? 8. W. corner of Meloall
t unit JIIiikIiiiiii r-trt'trtM. i'liiialiuu. of iTr
I ll,UAlhiiimr fi--t, excellent Mirltlou for
, etoro. Muter frum l'ioiieer Artcalan Well,
I or fiuiu K'lvernmeiit i uliortlv to b
told In the ktreet, 3 minute' walk from
! llt-rt-tHula utrct't and cnm.
2 A Lot on Jllnnham ttreet, nearly oj.
I pottle the bIkjto one, 10.UOU tiiuar fMt,
Lot SO feet frontace on Blnrham
. ... -i. ,....
urtei, near mo arietiau wen,
lrjCe A.Msonmtmt of 8hapn aud Sl2r
Hr Wi In Hciiit fr Dmv Paid Cor Fnrt Harrliitiil bwv
Valuable Lands For Sale 1 Valuable Land For Sale
AT VUBUO ATJUTION.
Iu iiirniini'H of an onlur IxHiieil out of tlm
I intuit tliiurt of thn Urnl Ciiriiil. the mi-iliThij-ned
will i-ell nt 1'ilbllu Aui'tloil
On SATUItDAY, AiifiiHt 18, 1801,
AT li 0'OI.OOK NIM)N.
Xt tliH front en'M'TO to tli Juitio'ary
II 'llillliir, nil tlinfu to ileceH of IjiihI
imniol iu common .by .Mr. V. Mil Aruulil
Ami tlm M. K Nutm iiiliiorH. sltiia'i) In
Kiilnwiiliine. llonoliiln. neur (Jiinhii'i on
Vinuvnnl Kt'iet, the bmiiib IwIiik nimtmH 2
im.liful Ixiynl 1'iitinl No. Ill, IjhiiI (uii
liilnlon Awn-d 111, ittm-il to N II. Ktilke
uui fur Mekulioiii,
'I'lii'Mi h i.i 1 1 id. tiitlnir wltli'n a few lulu-iiii-h'
unlk fnini tlm l'nxl tlllliw, nn iuot
ik'ilnil)!" for huiibitlotti. ami their location
Thn nj.-.-t tirli'H will ln I'uki for npann 2
mil film) for npiuia'l. To be miM m-piir-it
i fly 'I'lii-uri'i ins ujutiut 2, IU.i.lMlHiimm,
iiio'eorlukii upturn 3, llto.TUtinuiitt, more
'11','t.MH dAHII In Uiiiteit titties linM
Coin, mill ileeil"i it eieiiM of piiri'ii'rii
Siii to tin mlilftt to uoiillrinatloii of tlm
tyr I'or further ini'lle'ilnrn emnilre of
CoiiiiiiniHMiiierof Hull), Jii'llniitry lliilldliiR
A VOl'Ntl (IKN'fLKMAN HKHIKKH A
i ntiintiiii lii tlor" or eltewhnru,
KlrtiUft lliHik.keeieri four jottt' ejpe.
riiiK'u In tlm Joiiriullttlc Iiii". Atdlretn
1 101 in. tJar of Uuikiri UtU
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
In pursuance of an order Ittneil oat ot
tlm Circuit Court of tho Hrst Circuit, the
l uiutertl(;iieil will tell at l'ubllo Auction
On SATURDAY, August 25, 1B!M.
AT 12:30 O'CLOCK P. M
Of nalit ilny on the prenilnea, that certain
l.lcce of IjukI IiuIoiikIiik lo l'18 estate of
tho lute Antonio Moutelro, ileceated In
t.Hlutc, tiltuateon the corner of lleckwitli
nml Mcualf HlretitH. In l'unaliou, Hono
lulu, the bnme containing an area of 07(10
mpiure fe'-t inoro or lem.
l'nirty khixI for a houselot, and In In
a healthy locality.
Terms aro i-ash am) deeds at exnente of
niirchoM-r. BiiIh to he btihlect iu coiillrin-
atlimof the Court.
IW Kor furllier imrtlenlurt enquire of
OnuiiulHslonerol Halo Jmllclary Hullillnu.
For Sal I
ted hilt little, A Rood at new. Hold oil
account of owner leaving tlm country.
, Call or address
- . -
feet, with a newly built Cottage of 4 rooms.
1 Kitchen and Uatu, water from arienUn
1 4-Ono I)t of ISM feet fronURe on Met
calf Hoad near Fen Vlrw estate, between
Short street, Bea View avenue and Marques
Htreetaloni: Mr Muller's propertr.
5 Lots of various sites to suit pnrvhas-
ers, one of them now occupied by Mr. A.
. Gomes Jnrdlu, on Chamhurlaln street; tbla
lust l.ot hat a mat cotti;e ou It.
' TKItMS Ol' SALIi-Casli on delivery of
deed with ft jiercent dhcoum on amr.tintbl
bid, oroiie-liitlf cah on delivery of 0h1,
and the other ha f on time guarmitod hr
I The plan of the almve prop rtj can bo
; e-ti nt ihu otllvu of thn nuoiloneor
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r o p. ijij
WIELAND - EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
G. E. BOARDMAN,
h.11,4 AIIKNT KIIH
IIU4 U 107 Kin HtrMl
Dr. John T. Hatzopulus,
Tho Orook Heroulon,
Will ulvo a Won-'rrful Hxhllilllon of
hlrriiylh, eiiml mid siiriutsluK
tllll (fills Ol HtNlMIW,
Oa Suturuaj Eveuiop, Aug. 18,
Itrtervcd Beats can be teeured at
the offlL of L. i, Uve;. IIW Ul
Hi' 1 1
II. FUltTIIKH NOTIOK T1IK
Hiii; Kouiii an I tlm Hufereitii
i.irltiitmt of tho Library Atioelatlnu
be cloned on account ol neeaasar ra.
palm. The Circulating Heparlineut will
lie mien every duy trout Ui3U o'clock a. m.
... ..I a . i .- . -
to H O CIOVK UOOU.
M. A. UllttUANK,