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.0AHU RAILWAY & LAND GO.
FROM AND AFTEU JULY 5, 1895.
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A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
LvIIonolulu OrJO 9:1 1:45 5:10
"Pertrl City 7:40 0.53 2:28 5:53
"EwaMill 8:10 10:10 2:49 6:14
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" Ewn Mill 7:10 0:10 2.07 3:51
" Pearl City 7:.r0 0-48 2:33 4:22
Ar Honolulu 8:23 10:30 3:11 4:55
On Baturday and Sunday nights. Ewa Mill
Passenger Train t 111 arrlvu In Honolulu at
5:55 Instead of 1:55 p. m.
Freight Trains will carry Second-Cla8 Fas
i. T. Denibon, F. C. 8MiTn,
Superintendent. Hen. Taw. A Tkt. Agt.
H. HACKfELD & CO.
General Commission Aoents.
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LEWERS & COOKE.
iMFORTEHi AND DEALBR3 IN LUMBER
AND Al.Ii KINDS OP BniliDINQ
MANnPAOToniNa Jeweler and WAxon-
Kukui Jowolry a Specialty. Particular
attention pnul to all kinds of repairs.
attention pnul 1
Carapboll Block, -
' HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brash and Lead
Maohiuory of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular nttontion paid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted ut Short Notice.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Heal
Estate and Furniture.
Doalors in Lnwbor and Coal
nwl Building Matorials of all
Quoou 8troot, Honolulu.
It cures Itching hu
mors, and keeps me
scalp oool, moisi,
hc&Uliy. and free from
- iftcjisigSHte- - others,
that six years ago I lost nearly half of my
hair, and what was left turned gray. Attcr
using Ayer's Hair Vigor several months,
my hair began to grow again, and with tho
natural color restored."
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DR. J. C. AYER & CO., LOWELL, MASS., U .S. A.
em Beware of cheap Imltntlnni. The name
Arcr ! prominent nn the wrapper, ana U
blown In the glau o( each of our bottle.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Republic ot Hawnii.
Cinau street near Punchbowl
Two front furnished rooms to
lot at No. 4 Garden Lano. tf
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner Kins & Niiuanu Streets, Honolulu
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Practical Confoctionor and Baker,
No 71 Hotol Stroot.
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Japanese Goods I
206 DETort Street.
Book and Job Printer
Morohant Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian News Company's
Book Store. my 13.
CITY DRAYQE Go.
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Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld &
Oo., Fort street. General Cart
ing and Drnyago Business done.
iHO YEN KEE&CO.,
41 iT'U.'U.CXll'M CtTOOt,
TINSMITHS, PLUMBING, Etc.. Etc
Crockery and Qlasaware.
Aloha Bath House.
Next to Marine R-iilway. Bath
ing suits on hand. Patrons
brought froo from tug-boat wharf
on tolophoning No. 685. Furn
ished rooms to let on I ho premises.
Mrs. J. H, Reibt,
Mgsgac J gp4g3rip.
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Slilltl ATTCNDAKOR OP BIEMIJEItH
IN THE house.
Tlie New Lund Acut to cot Three
Thouaand Dollar Per Annuia
Appropriation mils Iaot.
TmiiTiETir Day, July 20tii.
After roeess yesterday after
noon the House resumed consider
ation of the appropriation bill and
the itom of $1800 for tolejdiono
connection between Pohoiki and
Rep. Knmauoha moved thut an
item of . '1500 bo inserted fr the
purposo of opening a roadway
from Smith's Bridge to Vineyard
Rep. Winston was in favor of
lotting tbo matter alono, us the
government contmpluted extend
ing Mu.unakea street.
Rep. McBryde thought tho road
was unnecessary ,ut) the Mnunakea
street extension was sufficient. He
wou d vote against the item.
Rep. Bond said ho had mndo a
porsonal investigation of the pro
posed road and could not see the
nocessitj' for it Ho would vote
against uuy appropriation at pro
sont. After furthor discussion the
motion was withdrawn.
Tho item in favor of Iolani
Tho item of $5000 for tho
Citizens' Guard was brought up
for reconsideration and after somo
disoussion was finally passed.
Act 15 concerning disoasos of
animals passed the third reading.
Senate Bill 5 approprinting
$8300 for intornal improvements
Was read the first time and roforred
to the Finance Committee.
Sonato Bill 6, appropriating
$54,C(J0 for supplomontary exuen
sos of tho government, passed the
Tho House then adjourned.
Speuker Naono called the
Houso to order at 10 o'cIock this
morning, nino members only be
ing prosont. After prayer and
reading of the minutes the reply
of tho Minister of tho Interior to
the question propounded by Rop.
McBrydo was rend. It simply
states that tho building is being
erected under the orders of tho
Minister of the Interior and tho
supervision of tho Superintendent
of Publio Works as a protection
for the pumping plant and thut
tbo building is being erected by
day lubur. No oxplan. tion is
given as to why tho job was not
let out by contract.
The Speaker appointed the fol
lowing special comroittoe to in
vostigato cortain exuenses of the
Police Department: Kneo, Robert
son and Richurda.
Tho bill relating to appea's
from tho District to tho Circuit
Court was taken up. After a
good deal of useless discussion tho
bill was referred back to the Ju
Attorney-General Smith called
attention to the immonso oxponse
outuiled in engrossing bills, and
.advocated the printing of all bills
instead, as boiug muoh cheaper,
convenient and aoeurate. The
Land Act cost nearly $180 to on
gross whoreas it could havo boon
printod for about $30 and 100
uopios furnished instoad of ouo.
He hopod the joint committoo
would tako uctiou on tho matter.
The Ministor furthor ttuted that
tho prcsont practioe in tho Con
gress of tho United Btutos
wiih to print all bills and
Bond them to tho President in that
J shape for signature
1 1 . ?W.rrt 'n'M
Tho bill npi ropriating $54,600
for salarios and pay rolls, which
passed its soooi d reading yostor
day, came up on tho order of tho
Attorney-Qoneral Smith moved
to insert an itom of $2000 salary
of land agont at tho ruto of $3000
per annum, stating that the land
agent would bo practically at the
head of a now bureau and as suoh
ontitled to the samo salary as
other heads of bureaus. Tbo item
was adopted, after which tho At-tornoy-Genoral
tive Rycroft indulged in a discus
sion on roads in Puna, Knna and
elsetvhore as a sort of sidoshow, ut
the ooualusion of whioh the bill
passed by ton votrs and the
amendments were ordered en
grossed and sont to the Sonute.
The Senato Aot to prevent foot
binding was read tho first time
by title and roforred back to tho
Senuto, tho cortifictto not show
ing tho dato of its passage.
Rep. Ka'oo got in a slap at the
Senuto by referring to the slack
manner in which its engrossing,
otc, was being done.
Sonato Act 14 to exempt can
nigro and its products from taxa
tion was read the first time by
titlo and passed. The rules woro
then susponded and the bill road
a second time and passed and
mudo the special order for Mon
day. Senate Bill 8 appropriating
$102,780.28 for supplementary
expenses of the government was
read the third time, together
with tho amendments adopted
by tho House yesterday, amount
ing to $23,700 was rend tho third
timo and referred bat k to tho En
At 11:50 the Houso adjourned
Hawaiian Lodge Entertain
Tho members of Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21, F. and A. M. , en
tertained tho visiting Masons at
the Arlington hotel last evening.
Tho dining room was tastefully
decorated and tables were laid for
forty guests. After discussing
tho many good things providod
by Landlord Krouse, Col. Sopor
called on Congressman S. G. Hil
born of California for a few re
marks. Mr. Filkins was also call
ed on and in the course of bis
speech took occasion to present
Hawaiian Lodge with a handsome
gavel mudo of California woods.
Tho usual toasts thon followed,
Col. Sopor acting as toast master.
Those prosont woro 0 W Filkins
and wife, F N Heath and wife, F
A Conaut and wife, Mrs. M A
Heath, F F Collins, wife and
sou; Mrs. M E Fiold, Hon. S G
Hilborn and wife, MissHilborn,
T O Porter and wife, Androw
Brown and wife, C Williams and
wifo, Josoph Littlo, Dr. ME
Grossman, J W Jones, Miss
C L Crabbe and wife, S Louisson,
Captain Griffiths, E A Towse, M
Phillips, M N Sanders, Col J II
Bopor, Miss Sopor, Representative
E E Richurds and F L Hoogs.
Tho banquet was tho happy idea
of Mr. Riohnrds and a fow others.
It is reported that Captain John
Good of tho regular foroos is to
bo mado Jailor of Oahu Prison,
and James A. Low,, tho present
Jailor, to bo made Doputy Mar
shal, There is a rumor about town
that one Johnson, who used to
bo omployod on tho Oaliu
Railway, is dotaiuod on Maui by
tho authorities to ascorttin what
ho knows about tho opium sup
posed to have boon luudid by
tho ycoht Norma.
""f- i i ' ' ' i " ' ' pfl!"
COLLECTOR UNDER A CLOUD
CUSTOMS KIXKIFTS AT 1III.O RE
Son of a Nenator the Official TVIiaae
Account are Delnc Exported br
J. B. CttBtlo, Collector General
of Customs, and Thomas E. Wall,
bookkeeper of that bureau, arc at
Hilo on serious business. Upon
their depurture a contomporury
stated thht something was wrong
with tho accounts of the collector
of customs at Hilo. That official
is Charles Notloy, son of ono of
tho Senators from the island of
Hawaii. Ho was omployed in tho
offico of the Honululu Water
Works boforo receiving his
commission for the moro
luorativo offico in the rainy town.
Mr. Notley was ono of tho first
raon of somo native blood to como
out in favor of tho Provisional
Government, and his appointment
to tho oolloctorBbip of the second .
port in tho country was easily at
tributed to that fact.
Some little timo ogo tho police
authorities of Hilo took notice of
the modo of living of Collector
Notley, whioh was apparently on
a scale corresponding to about
double his salary. It is truo that
ho occasionally earned some money
by a job of surveying, also a
trifle by interpreting in the courtB,
yot tlm fact did not altogether
diBarm suspicions that everything
was not squaro in ,tho Hilo cus
toms offico. A lawyer was con
sulted and tho shoriff of Hawaii
was notified with regard to tho
suspicions, with the result that the
matter was brought to the atten
tion of tho Collector General of
Customs. Hence comos tho pre
sent visit of that official to Hilo,
accompanied by an expert ac
countant of his bureau.
Nothing definito is obtainable
at prosent, and perhaps the result
of the investigation will not bo
divulged unless a member of tho
Logislaturo puts a question to the
Minister of Financo but it is
common talk in Hilo that
tho customs revenue there is
about four thousand dollars short.
It is probubiy not moro than the
amount secured by the delinquent
official's bonds, yot tho case ought
to bo a warning to the Govern-
ment against tho dealing out of
important offices as political re
wards. Robert Loul Stevenaon.
Invalid, moralist, nnd thinker stroiiK,
Slipping betimes into molodiouB song;
But freatoit, spinning yarns of Life'B braro
Doep in his heart the imperishable boy.
Ittchard Iiurton in I.ipplncvlt's.
m m m
Tho now "Soiontifio Suspend
ers." to woar thorn is to liko them.
Got a pair from Molnerny.
G. It. Harrison, practical niano
and organ ma kor und tuner, can
furnish best factory references.
Orders left ut Hawuiuin Nowb Co.
will recoivo prompt attention. All
work guaranteed to be tho same
ob douo in factory.
If you want your watch repair
ed, if you want jowolry mado up
neatly. If you want souvonir
spoons, or anything in tho jowol
ry line. H. G. Biart, at 0. Gettz's
storo, Fort street, i your man.
Ho wob for ten yoars tho proo
tioitl watohmakor for Wonuer &
Elder Androw Jonson, of Salt
Liko City, Utah., will dolivor nn
historical lecturo based on tho
subject 'Prrictioal vorsus Thooro
tical Religion,'' at tho Salvation
Army Hall on King sirool.Hono
lulu.on Tuoidoy owning, July 23,
commencing at 7:30 p, m. All
uro cordially invited,