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THURSDAY, AUG. !K) ISJM
TB.O TEMPORE LEGISLATURE.
WMkly Meeting of the Fxucutivo
and Advisory Councils.
W. C. Wililvr, I'reMclont of tli
Councils, enlliul tho Ewutivo and
Advisory Council to onltir nt 1. 10
this afternoon, with linn boiiitf pre
nt: l'rosidonl Dolo, Milliliters
Hatch, Kltitf, Damon and Smith;
Councillors linn, Alluii, Mi'Cni.rfli'?,
Morgan, Watorhousu and D. 1)
Socrotarv Rodgnrs road petitions
from residents of Kona regarding
road Improvements on Hawaii.
Minister Smith otatcd that thnro
was a inisunderitanding on the mat
ter of roads in Hawaii It was in
tended to begin work iinultniieui
ly on tho roads ill liilo, i'uua and
Minister Iving stated that in refer
kuco to Koua it was the intent ion to
bgin at Kona and work north.
Minister Damon read the weekly
financial statement. Ueeeipti were
$20240.11, Including 1000 for sale
of Government bonds. The Interior
Department returned $1270. Cn
toms yielded SffXu fid and Taxes
IC802.10, the romaiuder being minor
amounts. Expenditures were SHIM.
02, tho largest amount being SUM
! innrl.it ttt bn plaei'd
i MfiM'K. llo eoiiul not see that sum
eient raons liad been niveii on the
i oilier aide to oouiiturvtil the nru'u-
intuits of the Attorney General. Tho
I President predicted that the site of
the new market would in tho near
future bo the most central place for
I ho purpo-o in the city. Tin build
ing was made high ?i as to bo airy
The amendment carried, the entire
Uxcoutiu', excepting Minister Da
mon, voting fur it.
Mr. Kmmclulh, on tho item for
improvi inentu to the Insane Aluni.
fald the location of tho Asylum
hoiild I e changed. It should lie in
. a inure i- l.it d place, anil not so
near the rnngo of mountains, lie
j had hmi fcaudaloiis scenes created
i by i'lientert who escaped or woro
t given l'bertV.
' Minister .Smith admitted some of
the tibi-ctions to tho present site,
road tax to special deposit.
loan fund account balance Is ?2:L
015.93, and current account balance
1220,050.67. Au explanatory note
fays the loan fund account balance
has changed, owing to corrections
being made, to correspond with ap
but said there was no other araila
ble, and it would bo an expensive
I matter to change the location.
! 1'icidcnt Dole moved to pass tho
bill as amended.
Mr. I'.na, on the vote being taken,
i announced a change of mind since
Iat meeting on the market question.
After hearing the argument of the
Attorney ueuer.il all nit the need ol
more wharfage, ho was agreeable to
leaving I lie now uiatket where it
I Mr. McCandless s.rd there was a
' diircrcueo of several digrees in
I temperature in favor of the old
market site J lie nest place lor a
mntlv'twas nt King and Mauuakea
camo up on third reading.
Minister Datnou moved an amend
ment to charge $2.1 fee for each ves
sel instead of fiiu.
Mr. McCaudless thought this
would let tho vessels olT lightly in
comparison with the fee charged
Miuister Damon then clianged his
ameudmuul to make the liceuso feo
$25 a trip.
Mr. Lua thought if the vessels
were to be allowed to carry freight
and passengers to liavvaiiau ports,
it was unfair to tho vessels already
in the inter-island trade.
Tho amendment carried.
President Dole moved au amend
ment to the amendment making the
$25 to be for the round trip.
Mr. Emmeluth. who had nnived
sinco tho roll call, said he ibd not
think it right to tax tho fertilizer
company S2.1 a round trip, ll had
established a large industry at Ki
lihi, and already paid a tax on it
imports of guano.
Miuister iJuuiou regarded the tax
as ouo upoti the foreign
engaging iu the trade,
1'res. Wilder had the same view.
Tho amendment carried, n did
tho section as amended, and the bill
Tho ocean mail ndiridv bill came
up on third reading and put.
Tho loan appropriation dill came
up on third reading.
Mr. Morgan, on tho item if
000 for new market, Queen street,
asked for information from the M in- ,
ister of tho Interior, ,n to what it
would cost to complete the marlc-t
at tho foot of Alakea xlreet.
Minister Iving answered about
$30,000-r'2r,0iO or Silt .000.
Mr. Morgan moved the item read
$25,000 for completion of market ou
Alakea street. They wero not there
to legislate for persounl reason, and
they had no right to take the peo
ples money to spend on removing
the market from Alakea street to
Minister Smith supported the am
endment. He quoted the examples
of principal cities of the United
States in having market in central
locations ns to population. A legis
lative committee had reported in
favor of tho new market's location
after thorough investigation. The
old market was iu n very bad locu
tion, and the building of a new mar
ket was uot going to rectify the
matter. Mr. Smith repealed miIi
stantially tho arguments of the Ih'j.
letin against the change. It would
be a grave mistake to change the
location now, since tho exterior of
the new market had been erected,
More than a fish market was desired
There was a large amount of laud
belonging to the Govern men t iu
that locality, which had been great
ly enhanced iu value by having the
market completed. The market
could not be removed for 1000. It
cost $5000 to place the building
where it was. The present site was
approachable from all quarter, and
the old market ito was needed for
Mr. D. H. Smith thought that a
market should be conuectible with
the sea. Thin he thought could be
effected iu the eau of tho new
market by means of a canal, lie
was therefore iu favor now of com
pleting tho new market where it
Mr. Emmeluth spoke in practi
cally the same strain us the previous
speaker, supporting tho amendment.
Minister Damon raid a market
should bo in the place moid access
ble to the greatest population. If
it could be done he would favor
having the new market changed into
warehouse for the propoH'd umv
slip. Ho considered tint p recent
market the most centrally located
for different parts of the town In
other cities it had been found that
if a market was not centrally placed
the people would not go to H.
Mr. Mcunndlesi was ol (lie fame
J'10 I stref t, iu the fifth ward as it was
Mr. Emmeluth wanted to know if
the fifth ward was going to run tho
The vote stood 11 to 2, and, ou
motion of Miuister Smith, tho fur
ther consideration of the matter was
go oi the lull was uot
sullicteiit under the rules.
Miuister Smith called up the
question of the electric and steam
Mr. Emmeluth said the matter
should depend on whether there was
to be a special sessiou of tho Legis
lature. President Dole said tho Executive
had decided ou October 20 as elec
tion day, and it was the intention to
have tt special cession as soon ns
At 3:15 the Councils aljournod.
propria! ion mils passed mis period
Notices of withdrawals from the deferred for one week, ns I
Postal Savings Hank to the end of j )or for passage of tho bill
vsciouer amount io ci.iii, aim
cash ou hand, 1. S. 13., is 71.7110.
The net indebtedness of the Repub
lic is $3,517,015.20.
The bill to liceuso foreign vessels
to trade with certain foreign islands
It Is Reaching Out to tho Hawaiian
Clin Aim, August 22.--Tho first
Chicago company to organize for
bushiest iu tiie Hawaiian Islands
since the republic was established
received its certificate of incorpora
t'on from Spriiigli'-ld to day. It is
iiicorp -rat' d as the Aloha Planta
tion, with .1 capital stock of $000,000.
The company includes ceveral rich
planter-! in Honolulu and a number
of Chicago capitalists' who have se
flirt ii a lain tract of land formerly
reserved by tho Hawaiian Govern
ment, mil .Atil to lit. ti'irliiMilnrlv
vesel j 'ul-ipt'id to growing coffee and cer
tain tropical fruit. Mo.aL of the
laud suitable for codec plantations
Iiiih been acquired by English nnd
European syndicates. Their rights
run for a period of years, and it is
said the Aloha plantation is the
only e.xli-usivo one on the islands
uot controlled by Europeans.
LOCAL, AND OKN'ERAL NEWS.
II. W. Schmidt, who, with his
amiable wife, returned by the Ala
iin d.i, has the thaiikt of the ritaix
tin for valuable news favors.
W.C. Achi had a bus driver named
Llpuio arrested tho other day for
Iniceny of a quilt and pillowcncs,
Tim cast) was heard in the District
Court yesterday and Lipluo wat
found uot guilty and discharged.
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Horses and Carriages!
On S xTL'UDAY, Sept. 1M
AT 12 O'l LOCK NOON,
In (iit n my Fiilirnoiu I wll sell at
Piiblie Aui't on liy ur.lcr of
Mltti. h Da. VIS,
8 Carriage, Horses
Hultiililt) (or Dray, Kxii'om unit Family,
Druy, Kxji'usti unit
opinion ns the Minister of Finance
It would not do to compel people to
go to lliu foot of Alakea street eerv
lillltt til, 11 ti'mifitil I ft lint l.inaitriA I Vlr 1
XI. tv....i ...:. . .1 ' .... I ili'f lurid
, ,, mui Hunan piiiiiiuiii'ii i tin
MORTQAQKK'S NOTICE OP BALE.
NOT I CH IH UKItnilY flIVIJN THAT
pummel Iu a ner ot kuIu remain,
ml ill u rertuln iuurti;uuu inuilu by Alitulie
Itniu uimI wifii e( Honolulu, lo Cecil llnmu
nl tlie name place nml ol rc-curil hi tho Of-tU-c
ol ihu ItiUuur of Coiivhvuihm'i in
l.llier KM, on pnes i',, 2inml -'7, ami by
ciild Oril IlnuMi duly nnnlKiiril to K. If
HiiyM'lilili, iru-tiu uiiiIit tliu lux! will uiul
tt'Ktaiticiit of J (i. Hiiv-uldciM, ik'censcil, by
ilociinii'iit of rcuiinl l.llur 117 on iiiikd'JIU,
tlin unl iiiiirtgueL-ii iiiiemU In lori-olnM'
haIiI inortpni;ci for hrcaiili of coiiilitlou
lleTiihi RoiiUilncii Notli'ii In nlmi (iven
Hint tint prupcrt) cuv(.ni by siiul iiinrl(!:inu
will Ih sulil ut I'uliliu Aiii'llen, nt 'i o'lilorlc
lliKin, ou bAl'tlltHAY, the 1 11 It iliiy of
AiiHiist, tit lliu uui'tioti ruoiiiN of .Inn I-'.
Miiikiiii In Honoliibi Tbe pmpiirly in
mill iniirli;iiK"li'i'lil'M'ribi-il Ih
All tluil i-erliiln parciil of I.iihI ellimlK ut
K ii 1 1 It I in mill Honolulu, couuilniiiii mi
uriuof .1 1 il ituri-s mui IuiIiik a piirllon of
tint prcinln'" 'liii'rllxil Iu Itiiynl f'uiuiit No
vij, nml riiiiveyiil lo Mini Aiitoiiii lto-u by
J. 1'. Mmiittiiii'ii, iiilniliilKtrnliir of lliu is
lule of Do'i.liii'o I,f ijh-x ItiuiiiH by iIih'i)
iliiml He lir-i il.iv o( April. Isi7, of reeoril
In lliu lliiu.iiiiii IliL'lytrv of HcfiU In lliHik
I 10- Oil JH,'I'H .'I nml J.i.
lnle. Mm ill). July l.ltn, In'll.
I or litnleT ikiri I'liiurii npplv lo
r. ii. iiaykki.dk:..
I riii.li ii ol tlm liot Will uiul TimimiiiMit
,1. II. ilmtflili'ii, ili'i'i-iiMut, or lo
i;m ii. Hkiiws, Atiiiiucy
yVf.s'iV, A"J. SS, IMi.
"I'Ik short crop of rice in
Louisiana and tho Oirolinas
has had a visibly effect upon
the Hawaiian market, because
the dealers in the States had
to import from here to assist
in makiny up the deficiency.
In California the Chinese resi
dents ate willing to p.iy a
higher price for rice grown in
China on account of a differ
ence in the kernel. With a
war on between China and
Japan, and indications of a
continuance, it is not probable
that the usuil shipments will
be made from either of those
places, so tint the Chinese
Californi.in must eat Hawaiian
rice or tro hungry. In addi
tion to the advantages of the
Reciprocity Treaty the Ha
waiian planter profits by the
demand made upon him on ac
count of the war. If any of
the planters are gifted with a
superabundance of foresight
they have been made rich by
bringing it into play, while the
man with a good hindsight
loses a dollar and seventy five
cents a bag. It's going higher
and unless you want to throw
your money away you will lay
in a supply now.
Several analyses of the water
in Mr. litia's cave have been
published, each different in
material points from the other.
Until the one furnished by Prof.
Lyons and published in an
afternoon paper, our analysis
was not seriously questioned
and we fail to see why the in
gredients mentioned by us
we not found by the chemist.
It is possible, owing to the pub
licity given, that people, whose
tasts i tin largely to O. I S.
made murr ir qu nt imis to
the cave than Mr. Lna is
aware of and the supply was
exhausted. Should ic be pro
vi n by ni'iMquene ntul)Mi
that the water is unfit for
drinking purposes, Mr. Kna
may still leel happy over Jus
discovery for his land may be
well wate.p-d for oops, and by
the use of an hnpiovcd Stone
lrilu r the watt r may bfe made
suitable for any use that may
be it quired.
!or a Sunday morning
breakfast there is nothing bet
ter than baked beans and Bos
ton brown bread. The people
of M issachuse.tts have waxed
fat ou this diet, and have uti
lized beans, and wi'l do so for
v'imis to come ns a brain food,
in the opinion of the Hostonese
nothing can take the place of
b'aus. The grocers here sell
them and we supply you with
the most elegant pots to cook
them in that were ever turned
out of a factory. I'hey go to
you at filty cents and three
quarters of a dollar according
We've had hanging up
against the ceiling in our store
for months past a little contri
vance for holding whips, so
they always remain straight.
They have remained with us
all this time because your at
tention was not called to them.
They won't be with us long
now because you know we have
them and because they are
cheap. Ask for a whip hanger
New hanging lamps are wel
come in any house, We have
a lot on which the prices have
been made so low that they
open the door to your house,
liven if you use electricity you
w ill find a lamp a good thing
to have about the house in the
event ol electricity Killing u e
believe ours ate veiy close to
date in the matter of style and
quality. 'I he but tiers we know
are right because they are ac
kuowlt'dgt d by twenty million
lamp usirs iu the United
State.s to be superior to any
thing evir used.
Let us impress up in your
minds that in quality, quantity
and prices our goods are jast
ttownltan liartkvaro (In., h d
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
The fturk "O. D.
to us the
is now due
Largest Consignment of Furniture
BVBK SHIl'l'KI) tO A SINGLE FIRM ON HAWAIIAN BOIL,
ATTENTION, PIPE SMOKERS!
Just Received a new lot from the Factory
of tho Celebrated
PIPES. (;iGU AXD CIGARETTE HOLDERS
Isj. .A.m.'bcr axicl Xcersclva.vi.nQ..
WAX MATCHES ALWAYS ON HAND IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
And will Consist
a House from a
Needed to Furnish
Baby's Rocker to a
Solid Oak Bedroom Set
HOLIjISTEE, 5b OO
Bull 179. TELEPHONES - Mutual Ii
KDWAY A i'OKTKKj Li.lni Kumttiir lalr
f the HftWAitan TnUmU
obittnun Bltx'k, ImtwHuu Kurt and Nuuauu.
itfhl hftml Iiip of Hkm) trt tfotntr wwl
irtHit iiiiiirtMn ol rine
Irt ehtai for iwlt W
halt on him!
Ickfi Wnm Snfftft, iiiH'hiiitf tlbaira
III vmi rftll ami) prii- ihnA wwmU
uythitiK jruu nnt In UuuiiK-riHiui Kuirutur
uytliitip you vnol In Mlriwini furniture
W ou ("lit sImo l" aupiltti with Crib and ()rat!l
JLa '" W1H fi"1' i'oihiiIhI.. fh t." MlN't from
Kr-oiii h hirye und voried Htoelc tho undcrHigned would ilmw
particular attention to the following:
iiipiiHttisr Ciilifornin Hay, Harloy, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings Oatu, Corn.
35" hi uddition to our UHtial stock of these wu are now
eiirryiiif? Wunhington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
Thewc are each posacrthed ol strong feeding properties and
nrc well worth u trial by all interested in stock.
I r XT HCP Culllornuo nt
Royal and "Cleveland " Baking Powders!
ml at urnt
m nl .h.
o notiif it uouiuieir mill. ml Halli)M,
o hmi In Honolulu l '.hf goodi nhami than flu
on't you ur Miuf Liv tw- K.t.tif r ut Silk Kltiaaf Vbi maka
umlr rilli'w utiit (;uhinn
I Hi lrftHx
' Ilk ll '
Llrrii" i'.ih.i t i
rtl'.llcl. (Uf. " 'I
Ham HAt'n i.iu'kac
Uhrirl ml ( l rt..
l. .Ml' (!'.
Vf ' s
A lit.. ..l t ,!
Vs I mi... .i
' IIH " !
4 'rn ...
' ft illttcd w.ill Exilian uruvfiit
l.ihtiy MiNll At IJbby'a OaniiM M.i
lUhirilB(ii. A Jli.nhm' ilntuiMi
ttn.wt .t i.
tvW.) VViihIiim Mi(wl. lb ail iiIiii utl !.
(il for fimr winilnw In Wnrwl nt Rra Triinininir
f ruurxf uiiirl urn fiirHi. to iiimiun
ur liainlmiinr f!rvvl ftwlnuiin ini in Hnlul dti
t)mlriti at rxaruiiaolr iatm
M'OVorlim of Utilioltr-iJ Htirrillu
I rv out Knit
aJLa AIt- nf
Liiiniri. ttiurt Imyiuu
all iti will. Chain. ainT
vnr;txMi knowi- w uiaht- a f(niiirof InlMiior DtH-oratiaM,
r.rylxlr Wti"" Mr fi intwny whn niarna thl a vpaclaj fMaiura.
rt'iKiH'-! a !" ,h"Min hoiiBt 111 Uniuilulu
lifilillilv. Ininnnaa anil OUpatob l our tmtN
Bwu. A2o IWUiJPllOiVKS -Mi'Ti 4i. 4
Kerosene "Mote" & "Star" Kerosene
I.AliQK STOCKS OK
llni'ilSiii'ii, Dry Mi
Mm, Foriiiimi Bit. Hit.
ALWAYS ON HANI) AT MOWlllATK lItICE8.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
Made in Honolulu Outlast the
Cheap Imported Articles
iUtu at Iu tho bill, tl.it Id, fur lliu I ,, i.W.!
.111. .if t 0 illior.) I'MI'i'M) llll
lie U !- IKtK.-l t until K. I l'i
r I, lwi, mi tli) muni iiiiii.
"TIME IS MONEY"
TO SAVK YOUK TIMU AND MONKY 110TH BTKr IN TO
KCoipid &, Co.,
OSTo. V-4: King Street.
W live o lot of Now flooili tonrrlvo by Ihu "Wlliler" ami tho "llrjant," sn.l to main,
room wo ullbr our iirorcnl enptrb block of
lit nml Curly llirch of tlm htent iwi
tluit ll will imv jon to Invest in in.'i
bi-v our hkiiiit Ai'surtmunt
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In ett uiul bIiij;Io pli'ccs tu etiit uv ry tustu nml uvary pockut.
Al.l. KINDS OF XtANUKAC'lllUINO HONK IN
Furniture, -:- B- dding -:- and -:- Upholstery
fWl Quillty of Live Gee Feaitiers, Silk Hois, Hair, Uuis and Eic-islor tlvays ou baud
1t. All itiIith from thnoiho' IxInmN will li(uttli'inl'il to lua tnnnmr that will In
fiiri m Ixfiimlnii, Try uh onm nml joii H ih.vit Ihiivh iim, for our kihkIh aro now ami
n'yli h, mi lull hu fll i ml' lit uiul ciiiiii- In you ut K.iu l'ranulhiiJ irli'im
Upholstering Goods, Cornice Pules, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
WINDOW 0I u" H,V W,a;.Wr ,0 "r""r SHADES
111 O.iL, Wnlunt nml Curly llirrli of tho Intent lmtterns ut miuh low r
Mill 111 IIIVL-Sl 111 III.'I I 111
Si-o our Kli-Kunt Aurlmuni of
aiv olitnini'd at
and tilt lk'Ht Muturial
Hawaiian Carriage MTg Co.,
TvTo TO Quti Streat
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
lit HI OIICU.
M IM1MI hini'".. III..IU
r u'oiri' -'rPUHJh,,l
tfflk- t"i-o'l orilcm
i iiiul In) cm i van ul.
all Limit of I'urnlliiro
! hu lllloil nt linsi'nt iirlcim. 'I ry
Uailty's Woven Wlro TtUttresses Kept la Stock.
An i;wrlfiii'i,il Uilinliltirnr mui Di'cornlor U lwy it your norvli'i' "1
Pure Guurtsl Prompt, Reliable
Attention! and Low Prices I
IHU I'LAtH: IS AT
Benson, Smith k Co.,
Oomwr F'orl 4b Hotel 0ta
t3r Our Soda Wator ! th Bast -