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HONOLULU, H. L, THURSDAY, JUNE 27. 1895.
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IMPOIITEKS AND DeAIiEIIS IN LUMBER
AND ALL KINDS or BUILDING
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MANni'AOTUitiNa .Tr.wnr.nn and Watch-
Kukui Jewelry n Specialty. Particular
nttention paid to all kiudu of repairs.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Enoines, Suciaii Miles, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery of Every Description Mndo
to Order. Particular attention pnid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Atlas Assurance Co.
ASSETS, - - - $10,000,000.
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Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BKOKEK
No. 15 Queen Street.
Export Appraisement of Real
Estate and Furniture,
Book and Job Printer
Morolmut Slroot, Honolulu, H. I.
Over fin wniian Nows Company's
Book Store. my 13.
dry PRAYQE Co.
W. P. SHARE ATT, Manager
Stand ndjoiniug H. Hackfeld &
Co., Fort strait. Goneral Cart
ing and Drayago Business done,
in 7 tf
W"M. L. PETERSON.
Notary Public, Typewriter
Offic e: Ove r Golden Rule Bazaar
C. B. D WIGHT,
Does all kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho has on hand n largo supply of
Chiueso Grauito Curb aud always keops
Hnwaiinn OurbinR Stone. Estimates
given nnd lowoe.1, prices assured. Tolo
Gained in Strength
did for tho Invnlld Daughter ot n l'roiu
Input Lowell Tradesman.
"My (t.uiRlitcr had for a Ioiik tlrao boon
troubled Willi violent headaches nnd sleep
lessness. Hlio wai pale, had no appetite,
nnd wan lotlnp llesli rapidly, alio took
various remedies for her trouble, but re
ceived no benellt until she commenced using
"- Jr jV. --V
Ayer's Sarsnparllla. After tnklnir half a
llilttlff Klin Iwitnn n fn-1 ,,..... .T.. ..'"..
tinned uso ot fills medicine, her appetite re
turned, her cheeks began to llll out nnd show
color, she (mined In strength, her headaches
disappeared, she slept better, nnd now says
sho feels like- u new person." l'. p. Conors
iiaix, 6 Lyon 8L, Lowell.
H as Cured Othors, Will euro You
Mailo by Dr. J. 0. Ayer A Co., Lowoll, 3Ian.,U.SjV.
Hollister Drag Co.. L'd.
Solo AKents Tor tho Kopublio of Hawaii.
Kinau street near Punchbowl
PIONEICR STEAM CANDY
FACTORY nnd BAKERY.
Prncticul Confoctionor nnd Baker,
No 71 Hotol Street,
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
206 ZEort Stxoot.
Aloha Bath House.
Next to Marino Lliilwny. Uath
iny suits on hand. Patrons
brought tree from tug-bout wharf
on telephoning No. 585. Furn
ished rooms to let on tho promises.
Mrs. J. H. Reist.
my 15-1 m
H. MA.Y CO.,
Wholesale and Retail
98 Fort Streot, Honolulu
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The SINGER Received
54 First Awards, for Skwino Ma
chinks aud Embhoideiiy Wouk
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, 111.
being tho largest numbor of nwurd,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
more than douhlo the numbor
givon to all other Sewing Ma
chines B. Bnuii:iiso.,
my 31 tf Bethol at., Honolulu.
tiii: si:nti: thaxsacis much
iiiisim:!s this nioitxiNis.
Tho IIoiimo Iluatlliif; For Two illorc
Appointees Cor the Council
TWELFTH DAY. .TUNE 27.
President Wilder called tho
Ponnto to order at tho usual hour.
After prayer by tho Chaplain, roll
call and tho re.iding of tho
minutes n communication was read
1'iOin the House stating that it
had made certain amoudmonts to
tho Joint Rules.
On motion of Senator Brown
tho motion made yesterday to
adopt the joint rules was recon
sidered and tho amendments
adopted by tho Honso takon up
On the report of the Senate Com
mittoo on joint rules tho amend
ments made by tho House were
concurred in, and tho whole re
ferred to the Committee on Print
ing. The original appropriation bill
2a for oxponsos of the Legislature
was made tho ordor of tho day.
Ministor Damon presented tho
same bill, stating that it has boon
ascertained since tho passage of
the bill by the House that appro
priation bills should originato in
tho Senato. Ou motion tho rules
wero suspended and tho hill pass
ed its lirst and second reading
nnd orderod engrossed.
Ministor Damon then intro
duced a bill appropriating $58,
G00 for salaries nnd pay rolls.
Bill passed its first reading, read
by titlo a second timo nnd referred
to Finance Committee.
An Act to nmko supplementary
appropriations for tho uso of tho
govornmont for the two years ond
nig March 31st 189G, amounting
to $80,250, passed the first read
ing, road by titlo a second
timo and referred to Finance
Act No. 5 appropriating $32,
300 for intornal improvements was
road tho second time and referred
to Public Lands and Intornal
Tho Hilo electric light fran
chise bill was read a second timo
and referred to a special commit
tee to ho appointed at tho noxt
Act Ho. i relating to tho g-imo
laws was taken up, road a second
timo and roforred to the Judiciary
Adjourned to 10 a. m. Friday.
Mr. Rycroft, uftor oponing ox
orcisos this morning, presented a
report of the public lands com
mittee on n potition for money
to open a road from Hilo to Kau
tnana. It recommonded that tho
petition be referred to tho Execu
tive Council. Adopted.
A petition for a stroot from
Vinoyurd stoot to Smith streot,
Honolulu, was givon tho same
Tho bill to regulate tho currency
passed third reading unanimously
on tho call of ayes and noos.
The bill to regulato tho salo of
goods, waros and merchandise by
local traveling ngonts, was, on
motion of Mr. Robertson, takon
up for socond reading.
Mr. Kumauoha moved that the
bill ho referred to tho oommitteo
on commerce. Oarriod.
Tho bill to moorporato tho Ho
nolulu Electric Railway Company
caino up for socond reading.
Mr. Kamauohu moved that tho
rules bo susponded and the bill bo
road a socond timo by title. Car
riod. Mr. Robortson moved the bill
ho roforred to a spocinl commit
Speaker Naone appointed Ro
bortson, Kamauolm and Richards
as the committee
A communication wfls read from
C. T. llodgers, secretary of Into
Executive nnd Advisory Councils,
transmitting twenty copies of the
tho laws of that body sinco tho
formation of the republic.
Mr. Kamauolm asked for in
formation ns to tho question rait
ed of tho legality of tho election
of certain members of tho Council
of Stato. Perhaps tho Attorney
Genorul could throw somo light
ou the matter.
Ministor Smith said tho pre
vious spoaker should move for a
committee to put himself in order,
but as tho muttor had been al
ready roferred to u committoo the
Honso should await its roport.
At 11 o'clock tho Houso took
recess to 1:30.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
mattuiis ithtainim; to 'nir.
iiiolokai i.r.i'cu sr.rri,r..Mi:NT.
?ioii-Iror'loiinl DUiiciiPtom of 3Icdl
clue CoutrnclH for Loper Settle
ment and In m ue Asylum.
At tho regular meeting of tho
Board of Health yestorduy thore
wero prosnnt: W. O. Smith, prosi
dont; Drs. Emerson, Day, Wood,
Howard and Myers; Messrs. J. T.
"Wntorhonso, T. F. Linsing, Q. B.
Reynolds, oxocutivo oilicer, and
Charles Wilcox, secretary.
Correspondence from R. "W.
Moyer, superintendent of tho
lepor settlemont on Molokui, was
read and discussed.
A petition from ono Kahalowai
to visit his wife at the settlement
was denied, as had been previous
petitions from tho same man.
A request for an increase in tho
pay of Dr. Oliver's assistant trom
$12 50 to $15 a month was con
sidered. It was feared that, if
this man got an inoreaso, tho
many othor servants at tho settle
ment would bo clamoring for more
pay. The request was denied.
Anothor mattor referred to tho
Board by Mr. Meyor was that of
tho Goto baths.
Dr. Wood was of opinion that
trial should be made of other
baths. It had never boen de
monstrated that hot water baths,
simply, would not bo equally
beneilciul with tho medicated
No action was taken, but Dr.
Wood said hot water baths would
bo triod at tho Kalihi experiment
Tho liconso to Freory's oolleo
saloon at the settlement was
ordered to bo renowod.
ShonfV Williams of Hawaii ro
ported a caso of practising medi
cine without a liconso aud ex
tortion added. Oyaraa, an era
ployeo of Dr. Ynmamoto, had
dressod the lacerated hand of a
Japaneso and chargod $12 for tho
sorvico. Ho acted on tho advice
of his employer obtained through
Dr. Woddick wrote from Kauai
saying that W. E. H. Devorill,
acting under his instructions,
kept a small dispensary at Hnnn
loi. whero ho gave the natives
simple remedies for simple com
plaiuts. Tho doetor said that
Mr. Devorill had tho full con
fidence of the natives, and whou
a serious case camo to him ho
called tho doctor by tolephono.
Ho suggested that Mr. Deverill
should have somo smull compen
sation, as his services were of
It was stated in the course of
discussion that there wore several
non -professionals in country dis
tricts who wero supplied with
simplo remedies by tho Biard.
The opinion was unanimous
thnt tho Bojrd oould not thko tho
responsibility of paying non-pro-fossionnl
persons for dispensing
tnodicine, and a motion by Dr.
Day carried thnt tho request on
behalf of Mr. Dovorill bo refused.
A lottor was road lrom Dr.
Armitnuo of Wailuku, calling at
tention to tho contemplated do
parture of Dr. Muruyn, who had
render-d very vnlunblo sorvicos to
tho writor at Malulaui hospital.
Five affidavits to the charges
against Dr. Armitago, four of
thorn in Hawaiian, wero submit
ted by tho president, who sug
gested that tho Hawaiian docu
ments bo tr inflated before tho
matter bo considored by tho Board.
Contracts for supplies to tho
Lepor Sottlemont and tho Insa.no
Asylum wero awarded as folbws:
Lumber, doors nnd unshes, Wilder & Co.;
cut nnIK II HueMchl A; Co.; boiled till, II.
llnikfeld it Co.; turpentine, E O Hull A Son;
white lead, Crnttle k Cooke; lime, II Hackfeld
it Co.; cement, I.ewcrs it Cooke; cnlvanlsa'd
Iron pipe, Honolulu Iron Works; No 1 rice,
I A Hopper; medium lireml, I.oveV Il:ikcry,
not the lowest bidder but lurnlMilug home
lniiiiiifncturo at asm nil advance on the low
est. Flour, Castle it Cooke; No. I sugar, 11
Hackfeld it Co.; best red saluuui,!! MuyttCo.
There wos a discussion on tho
brown soap tenders, M. W. Mc-
Chesnoy x Sons offering homo
raado nt 20 por cont. above the
lowest. Tho award was deferred
for tho momont.
Long card matches, throe bids
tho snuio, awarded to J. T. Wator
houpo, as ho had got no other
Coarse salt, E O Hull it Son; kerosene oil.
Castle it Cooke; coal, Wilder it Co.; hay and
bran, Union Feed Co.
Tho soap question was resumed.
It was remarked thnt tho prices
woro low anyway. Tho contract
was awarded to H. Hackfold &
Co., tho lowest bidder.
Hides, to buy, Metropolitan Meat Co.,
lilKlii'Rt bidder, tallow, to buy, M W McCIici
ney it Sons.
Fresh ond medium bread, Loe'f llakcry;
llrooms, J T Waterhousc, sole bidder;
Ilaklug powder, Lewis it Co.
Deans, 11 May it Co.;
Cotl'ee, II Mayit Co, by lot drown on three
Flour, Lewis ,t Co.; by lot.
Matches, .T T Waterhouse;
Oatmeal, II Mnv it Co.; by lot.
Kerosene oil, J T Waterhousc;
Onions and potatoes, separately, MeClies
ner it B'ins;
Corned pork. Lew Is it Co; n
Urlcd prunes, raisins, and dried apples, sep
arately, Lewis it Co.;
ltlcc, J A Hopper;
Sngnr, H Hackfeld & Co.; by lot.
Salt, II May it Co.;
Salmon, II May & Co.;
Tea, M W McCliesney it Sons;
Canned tnuiutovs, Lewis it Co.;
Wood Paul Isenbcrjj;
Middlings, bran and oats, M W McChesuey
it Soiik; lowest In the uggregatc.
Tobacco, Hollister ana Co., sole bidders.
Mr. Reynolds reported that the
swamp holo on tho old Waikiki
road Would bo filled up by tho
Road Supervisor os soon as pos
sible. Other matters of nn public in
terest wero dificiifisod. and tho
Board adjourned after five o'olook.
J. J. SULLIVAN,
Fashion Staples Co., L'fl.
Honolulu, H. I.
Sullivan & Buckley, Man'jf'rs.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in the City, witli Oompotcut and Caro
ESJTTouriflts and others desirous of view
ing the moflt desirable points ot inter
est in nud alxnit tho City will do
well to Bccuro ono ot our
GENTLE SADDLE HORSES,
For Ladies or Oeutlemeu, always on
Stand at tho Pantheon Stables,,
Comer of Fort nnd Hotel Streets.
Haw'n Hotol Stnbles, W2r.
l'anflioon Stables, 84,
Fashion Stables, 148.
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