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TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1800.
Stun Iwalanl from Ilainnliua and Lain-
Sclir lktinlllua fmn ITnnanunlu
Sour luuviilhuii from Kuolau
Stiur V G null lor nawull mid Maul at
10 a m
Strar Mikahala for ICaual at B p in
Sttur Pole fur Lahalna ami Kul.tiUui at
fi p in
Stmr L kolikc for Maul nt 5 p m
SUnr Lehua for Aim and llal.alau at 4
Stmr Kllaueallou forPopoekeonud llo-
noiim hi ly a in
Sclir havinia fur Kauai
VESSELS LEAVMJ 1G-M0RRQW.
Am bk Foicst Queen. Molle, for San
Fio Ilntnakua and I.ahaina, per stmr
Iwalanl Ju y 22-J K hapolnlil, K At
Ovcicud, J lv Miller, and ill dock.
Kor Maul mid Hawaii per ttinr V G
Unit, July 2-' For Volcano: Mis J U
Matebaui, Miss Alice Winter. For La
b.ilnu, Koiiaaud Kuu: i nloncl I l.i-o
ripieekeisund wife, G Rliliaid-on and
daughter, Hon II Jb Baldwin, Hon W 0
Walbildge and wife. N Uoyle, V Spcck
lii.iu. U Dickson, Mis frpeukniau and
ehlldivn, Dr A Mouiltz. Ml-s A IC Kau
lllllli', Mu A K llao. Ail. a E BeUi-, Col
Nonis, Kudolp Iilndr. L Van. r llar
jis, v iasFilel, u Llllle, 'Jliomas Mu.
J V ICilinabo, Y AKau.i, Mis Kapu, and
Master J Kaulune.
The steamer Kinau Is due
moiiow morning from
'J lie baik Torest Queen, Capt AT olio,
will sail for bju Francisco to-moriow
LOG.U & GENERAL
ot Hie Opera llouso to-
Miss May 13. F will
call at P. 0. for letter.
Dn. Day's office will be closed from
to-day to August lth next.
Tnnnn is talk of a trotting race at
Kapiolani Park next Saturday.
m .,,. .
Closino exercises were belli nt St.
Andrew's Prioiy School for girls yes
terday. A middle-aged woman is wanted
to take charge of n bouse and small
family on ibe Island of Hawaii.
Compaky A Honolulu Rifles ron
template a moonlight picnic at Ray
mond Grove on the 2nd of August.
A chakce to get elegant furniture
will be bad at tbc sale of Mr. Ehr
lich's furniture, by Mr. L. J. Levey
The Fire Police meet this evening
in the loom of Engine Co. No. 2. A
full attendance ia desired, and ab
sentees will be treated accoiiUug to
The members of ihoSttinils Chess
Club will meet nt their club rooms
on Thursday evening at 7 :S0 o'clock,
to make uirangcmuula for a chess
The Mechanics' and Working
Men's Poliiiuil Piotretiun Union met
last uight, at Knights of Pythias
Hall, and dircutscd questions in the
piOMiico of the organization.
At the Central Union Church ser
vices to-morrow evening commenc
ing at 7 :30, ltev. Jiro Okabe, Jaja
nese, will tell the story of his journey
from buddhism to Chils-tianity.
An event of this evening is tho
eupper at Queen Emma Hull, in aid
of the new Sailoiu' Homo fund,
fiom 5 to 7 o'clock. Tlieie will bo
time for the Opera after supper.
"The Rose of Auvergne," an oper
etta by Offenbach, will bo played by
the Tivoli Gaiety Company, tit the
Opera House to-night. Tho musical
talent of tho company will be
brought into full play, and lovers of
good singing will on this occasion
have an opportunity of enjoyment.
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Invitations t ft reception on
boaid tho flagship Ch.uksTon, on
next Thursday aftei noon, fioni 3 to
0 p. m., were bent through tho Post
Ollico to-day. Tho-e receptions, given
by tho Admiral, Captain, and Offi
cers of tho flagship, will be continued
on alternate Thursdays, On these
i days, for tho convenience of tho
'? guests, tho ship's boat will run fre
quently, fiom Brewer's landing, from
3 o'clock to half-past 4.
The Rev. Dr. Case, of San Fran
cisco, win lias been spending a few
weeks of recreation on these islands,
, will give one of his amusing mid on
leitainiug lectures, at tho Y. M. C,
A. Hall, Tliurrday opening, nt 7 :30
o'clock. LMio subject will bo "Human
Nature Pluenolugieally Considered."
lie gavo part of this lecturu on the
recent trip of tho Australia, to llio
delight of the putsengeri1, and it is to
bo repeated heto at tho icquest of
several of them, for the benefit of tho
Woman's Christian Temperance
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
By Sir. L. J. Levey, at his tales
room, middlings and brans, at 12
By Mr. Jag, F. Moigan, at rear of
ofllce of Hon. J. I. Dowsett, u
Uolstein bull, Hawaiian bred mules,
mares, colts, at 12 noon.
PLENDID lfliu lee ficnmSodu
at lbs Ellto J co Uaaml'uilurs.
Monday, July 21.
(Continued from tin th l'agc.')
The House io-assenihled nt 1:30.
Third rcndhir of bill to nnioinl Sio.
3, Chap. Uij, Laws of 188G, relating
to the uurrcnuy. The bill provldeo
for the issue ot silver ccilitiuates on
deposits of bilvcr in the Hawaiian
Minister Brosvu moved tho bill
pass, and, in ansner to Rep. Na
wahi, said the cpitiflenles wcio not
put on a par with gold Ity the bill.
The bill pnssed.
The House went into committee
of the whole, Rep. Rice in the cliair,
lor con-ideration of tho Appiopria
Inturior Department, continued.
Bureau of Public Works- y.ilaiy of
Rep. Brown said the superintend
ent should be a tlioiough engineer
and the road supeivisor and water
woik'9 frhoukl be under him, and if
the Government would adopt thia
method, it would save his salary,
but a competent man to do such
work would command a salary at
large an a minister's. The load su
peivisor repairs a piece of road, and
a month after the superintendent of
water woiks come3 along and tears
it all up to lay some new pipe. This
is a waste of money. They might
not be able to arnve at that object
this session, hut it ought to be done.
Noble Crabbe was in favor of
the item passing, but not for the
present incumbent, who was a gieat
Rep. Rosa narced with Rep.
Brown. The Nntioual Reform Party
wa3 pledged to the employment of a
civil engineer in this office. The
Minister might be without practical
skill, but tho Superintendent of
Public Works should bo au engin
eer. He moved that the items un
der this head, also for Roads and
Biidges, and Honolulu Water
Woiks, bo deferred until the Gov
ernment bring in a bid providing
for the changes suggested.
Minister Spencer moved the item
pass as in the bill. lie was not
afraid of being unablo to get a com
petent man for the olllce at this
salary. An engineer to come from
abroad could not be had, piobably,
for less than S8000 or S'JUOO, which
the country could not afford. A
man can be got for the salaiy who
would bo competent to perform all
the services except deepening of the
harbor, and this would demand a
special man anyway.
Noble Macfarlane was in favor of
consolidating all these bureaus un
der one competent engineer. Hun
dreds of thousands of dollars had
been lost during previous periods
for want of huch a man. The waste
in roads and badges alone had been
Minister Brown agreed with much
that had been said in behalf of con
solidation, but feared that the ses
sion was too far advanced to admit
ot a measure being passed.
Noble Iseuberg would bo glad if
a competent engineer could be ob
tained, but it did not require very
great skill to restore bridges that
huil been washed away. They would
only have to be built a little higher.
Rep. Lucas believed that a com
petent man could be got ia Hono
lulu for the position,
not a compe-
tent man. Some said he was an
Noble McCarthy would vote a
largo salary to a competent man. In
the past period there had been sev
eial superintendents. A Mr. Lyd
gate on Hawaii was getting 8400 a
month for a time, or more than his
superior ofllcer in Honolulu. The
Supeiintendent and the Road Super
visor woiked at cioss purposes on
the streets, and 550,000 or $100,
000 had been wasted through the
Superintendent's incompetency. He
did not think a good man could be
imported for $3500 a year. There
miuht be competent men in the
country, but they were, doing better
at something else.
Bep. Nuwalit asked what grounds
the lion. Noble had for saying $50,
000 lo $100,000 had been flittered
Noble J. M. Horner would like to
hear the same thing explained.
Noble McCarthy said a great deal
of work was done which was carried
away by freshets.
Rep. Nawahi thought it was un
fair to hold the Superintendent res
ponsible for the destruction wrought
by tho elements. The great engin
eer that mado tho Suez Canal found
on crossing the sea that the ele
ments at Panama weic loo strong
for him. The Lord was not going
to hold back storms and floods until
they could get a skilful engineer. Tho
hon. Noble Crabbe's rcmarlc show
ed wheie the trouble lay, there was
a little feeling in Honolulu against
tho gentleman tliatiode the Govern
ment mule. It dhl not requliea
great engineer to make roods. Mr.
Alapai mado Lililia street, and Mr.
Nathaniel Punchbowl road, both
veiy good work.
Rep. Kalua was in favor of pass
ing the item as in the bill. He was
sorry to hear reflections on tho pre
sent Supeiintendent. It was no
disgrace if he did ride on a mule.
There was a bridge whoso abut
ments were washed away nt Wai
men, Kauai, and liu heard that Mr,
Hayselden made a cool 810,000 out
ot tho job, but lio had gono up thcro
latcr and J6unt5 that the btlitga had
been leatofod to Its place.
Noble J. M. Horner held that tho
Houie should attend lo its own
functions, and not interfere with the
Ministers. The member of the Le
gislature wore responsible lo the
people, and the Ministers were rea-poif-iblc
to the Lcgishitutc. If they
got o high-priced engineer lie would
only be aiioili -r boss over ttic Gov
ernment. There was one now that
he wanted to have icmoved. These
different blanches had one man over
them now, and that was the Minis
ter of the Interior.
NoMe Macfarlane said that if the
Minister believed he could get a
competent man for the salary, he
would defer to his judgment in the
Rep. Rieknid agreed with the idea
of having an engineer, uIho with the
belief that it was too late to take
netion for this period.
Noble Pua gave, as otic instance
of the Superintendent's capacity, his
cutting down of the road at Leleo,for
which the llouso has received a
claim of $5000 damages. The sa
lary was loo large, and he moved it
be reduced to 5'5000.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox believed the
Government would save money by
having all these branches under one
competent engineer, but what was
tho use of the Legislature doing
anything when the Ministers oppos
ed the proposition ?
Noble Phillips said he had been in
favor of the pioposition, but asked
the liberty taken by others of chang
ing his mind. He would support
the item as in the bill, but would
move under Sec. 3 of the bill for
$12,000 for a consulting engineer.
They would require a specialist for
such work as deepening the harbor
bar, and for anything that mjghl be
done under the repot t on the sewer
age of Honolulu b3' Mr. Alhudt, C.
E. Tho pieseni incumbent was a
fair land surveyor, with u smatter
ing of. civil engineeiing, and the
speaker believed that a better man
could be had for the salary.
Rep. Lucas moved that $0000 be
appropriated for the services of a
Rep. White supported the item,
Passed as in the bill.
Assistants and Incidentals, $10,
000. Rep. Waipuilani asked for an ex
planation. Minister Spencer said the item
was composed of the following par
ticulars: . Clerk, $1800.
Assistant on road work, etc.,
Freshet work, $2000.
Stationery and ollico material,
Telephones, etc., $72.
Hack hire, $U8.
Running expenses, $350.
Tliis he would amend as follows:
Assistant Superintendent, $5000.
At which he moved the item pass.
Rep. Kalua thought the Ministry
was simply following the bad exam
ple ot previous Ministries in having
useless officials. lie ccutd not sec
the necessity for an assistant sup
erintendent, and moved the item be
referred to a select committee.
Rep. Bu3h was against tho item
as it stood. That lumping of items
in one was designed by the late
Minister of Iuteiior, so that he
could use the salaries for gratifying
his spleen on subordinates. Now
that the Minister had oilcred an
amendment in detail ho would sup
port it, as ho believed in sustaining
the Ministry wherever he believed
it was right.
Rep. Nawahi wanted to know
what the clerk was for.
Minister Spencer said lie stayed
in the olllce and did all tho writing.
Rep. Nawahi said the Govern
ment Survey employed no clerk.
Passed on $8400.
Repairs and furniture of Govern
ment buildings, $21,000.
Minister Spencer, in reply to Rep.
Rickard, gae details of amounts
required for public buildings in Ho
nolulu and throughout the islands.
Rep. Brown asked if the $300J
named for the Pulacu included mi
iron railing on the paiapct sur
rounding the yard.
Minister Spencer replied that ho
had not yet obtained the estimates
for that woilt.
Rep. Rickard moved tho item bo
made 825,000, as he had introduced
a resolution for $2o00 to build a
jail at Houokaa.
Noble Homer supported tho
amendment, urging the necessity of
a now building.
Noblo Widemann had no objec
tion to an item for a new building,
as it seemed to be necessary, but it
should not bo put into this item for
repairs of buildings.
Rep. Kahookaiio moved the item
be referred to a select committee,
ns, if any one of these buildings
cost more than the estimate, there
would not bo enough to go round.
Minister Cummins noticed in the
estimates that there is no provision
for repairs to tho Barracks, which
nro in very bad condition. Ho
moved that the item bo increased
$5000, bo as to provide for repitir
ing the Barracks.
Rep. Puehaolc supported refer
ence to a select committee. Moio
kai was left out of the statement
Rep. Brown opposed giving the
Hem to n committer.
Rop, Waipuilnul said thcro was
ho J j 1 1 lu Ibo ltit tt'iPtiUer'A disulct
(Wrtiltikl)j henco his opposition to
Hie motion lo commit.
Noble Pua supported reference.
Rep. Marques iiad pcisonnl know
ledge of the bad condition of the
Banacks, which was in part caused
by the iii'tirrecltou of last year.
' Noblo Baldwin saw nothing to be
gained in refeiencu to n committee,
as the estimates of the latu Ministry
were in the hands of the present
Minister Cnmmiu would have- a
separate item luseited for the Bar
racks if that would rcmovfl ouy dif
ficulty. Uep. Bush thought the estimates
were proved to be inadequate from
tho fact that buildings right under
the late Ministry's eyes were neg
lected, lie favored reference not
in tiny spirit of obstruction, but lo
en3iiie attention to the interests of
Rep. Nawahi, wanted lo know
where waa the powder magazine.
Noblo Widemann considered the
powder magazine had nothing to do
with the case. (Several members
said a was one of the items.)
Refcried lo select committee.
The committee of the whole rose
mid repoiled pi-ogio., and the re
port was adopted.
LUAVE Of AtlStiXCIi.
Nobles ICauhaiic and Walbiidge
were granted leave of absence one
The House adjourned at -1 o'clock.
Tuesday, July 22.
Tho House opened at 10 o'clock.
Rep. Marques presented a ques
tion to the Minister of Interior re
garding au excess of fifty per cent,
over the lawful rate, which it was
alleged the Postmaster-General
charges on registered letters through
his "despotic caprice." In explan
atory remarks the mover said that
the extia charge was a violation of
the laws of the Postal Union.
Minister Brown gave notice of a
bill to provide for the payment of
salaries and expenses of the Gov
ernment till Dec. 31, 1890.
Noble Marsden read a first time
by title his bill to provide for licen
sing of agent3 or other persons soli
citing risks for life insurance.
Rep. Brown gave notice of a bill
granting a charter to the Hawaiian
Rep. R. W. Wilcox presented the
following questions to tho Minister
of Foreign Affairs:
1. How many small arms (rifles
and pistols) and ammunition (car
tridges, etc.) were purchased by
the Hawaiian Government from
June 30, 1387, lo July 1, 1800, and
what was the amount paid for each
of the above items r
2. From whom were the above
items purchased V
3. How much ammunition has
been used, for hat purpose, and
how much left?
1. How many artillery pieces,
small aims, mitrailleuses, and am
munitions, or other arms of Govern
ment properly, have been taken
away from the Barracks and Palace
Yard fiom July 30, 1880, to Julv
1, 1890 V
5. How many small arms and
ammunitions of private property
have been taken by the Government
from thePalacc Yard from July 30,
18SD, to July 1, 1890?
0. Where are the above materials
of war, and in whose possession arc
they at present?
7. What reason has the Govern
ment to retain in its possession the
sword and uniform of It. W. Wil
cox, which are piivato piopcrty of
Minister Brown presented a reso
lution that tho Registrar of Finance
be authoiized to destiny, m presence
of the finance committee of this
House, all cancelled certificates of
deposit and Hawaiian Government
bonds now in his possession.
The President appointed the fol
On. polition received yesterday
from "Maui Rep. Puehnole, Noble
W. Y. Homer, Reps. White, Kalua,
On petition to change fire limits
of Honolulu Rep9. Luca, Bush,
Brown, Noblo Berger, Minister
On $21,000 item for repairs pub
lic buildings Rep. Nawahi, Noble
von'Tempsky, Rep. KnudBcn, No
blo Phillips, Minister Spencer.
Minister Spencer presented an
answer to question of Rep. Bush,
icgurding persons holding olllce who
are alleged to have been conspira
tors. It was that the Minister-cannot
hold himself responsible for any
statement made on tho floor by the
lato Attomey-Gcncial, but if the
lion, member will furnish the Min
ister with any reliable information
on the matter the Minister will lake
such action as may he necessary.
Rep. White wanted to know if the
Minister of Foreign Affairs was
ready to answer questions about
employees of Hie Government who
were not naturalized.
Minister Cummins answered in
Minister Biowu said that when
the resolution was introduced there
wa3 ono person in the Custom
House who had not taken tho oath
of allegiance, but on the presenta
tion of the resolution hn immediate
ly took the oath.
Rep. White What is his name?
Minister Brown Tho gentleman's
namo is Liugley.
JJop, Vhlm)torf Rboiu the AtU
Minister Drown Wnllj lie is nt
the head of the Cabinet. I under
stand from Ihu Minister of the In
terior that he is a clti.eu.
Hep. Buh wauled to Know If
Langloy wn tho amc nmn that was
oaplain of one ot the lilln com
panies. Minister Brown replied that he
wai not nware of what the gentle
man's occupation had been.
Rep. While was questioning the
Cabinet further, when Rep. Browu
raised a pulnl of order which the
ORDUK or THE DAT.
Second reading of a hill to pro
vide for licensing tho manufacture
of poi or paiai in the Hawaiian
Rep. Cummlngs, the introducer
of tho bill, explained its purposes.
Noble Coinwcll wa.s in favor of
tho hill, but, understanding there
was going lo be a long discussion
on it, moved it be refcried lo a se
Rep. Brown was not in favor of
the bill as it stood, but would voto
for refeience so that alterations
could be made. A kanaka in the
country, under this measuic, could
not sell u calabash of poi till he
came to Honolulu for a licence.
Rep. Wnipuilani was against the
absolute discretion given the Minis
ter of Interior in granting licenses.
If the Minister was Anti-Chinese he
might refuse a license to a China
man. Rep. Paehaole moved the bill bo
lefened to the sanitary committee.
Rep. Nawahi advised the intro
ducer lo withdraw his bill. A Ha
waiian should not attempt to place
restrictions on the staple food of his
Rep. Cummings declined to obey
the command of the hon. member
fiom llilo. He had read the bill to
Ins constituents in Honolulu and
they were satisfied with it.
Rep. Nawahi was sorry that tho
hon. member from Honolulu had
misunderstood him. He believed it
would be easy to get a petition
signed by 10,000 people in Honolulu
against the bill.
Noble J. M. Horner advocated
courteous treatment of the bill. The
probability was that the introducer
of a bill had looked deeper into its
subject than other members.
Noble Iscnberg moved the pre
vious question, which carried.
The motion for a select committee
Second reading of a bill to declare
marriage between persons where
either party has contracted the dis
ease known as Chinese leprosy null
and void, and allowiug cither party
to marry again.
Noblo von Tcmpsky moved it be
refened to the sanitary committee.
Rep. Brown moved it be referred
to the judiciary committee.
Noble Phillips did not sco that,
because a bill contained 'the word
"health" or "leprosy," it should be
refened to the sanitary committee.
Noble von Tcmpsky "withdrew his
Rep. Kalua moved the bill pass.
It furnished a simpler process for its
object than petition in divoice be
fore the Supremo Court, whereby
marriages arc now dissolved for the
Noble Phillips seconded tho mo
tion for passage.
Rep. P.iehaole supported refer
ence to the judiciary committee, be
cause the title embraced two sub
jects. Rop. Waipuilani thought the hill
requited amendment by a commit
tee. Rep. Cummings, introducer of
the bill, supported i(s passage.
Referred to judiciary committee.
Recess from 12 to 1:30.
VISITED THE CHARLESTON.
The school teachers in town very
generally availcd'lhemselves of Ad
miral Brown's kind invitation to
visit the U. S. S. Charleston yestcr-
uay afternoon. The visitors were
taken olF and returned to shore in
tho ship's boats. They were very
kindly received on deck and con
voyed through every part of the
vessel. The ladies Wcie charmed
with the guns, big. and little. The
engine room seemed to bo the cen
tral point of wonder and admiration
to all who mustered resolution
enough to face tho descent into the
regions below. Tho party canio
away with veiy kindly recollections
of the polite attention shown them
by the Admiral, ollicers, and all
connected with tho ship, and were
also much impressed as well with
the formidable armaments of war
ns with tho apple pie order and por
fect llnish of everything they had
EVENTS THIS EVEHIHG.
Supper at Queen Emma Hall,
fiom 5 to 7.
Opera nt the Opera House, 8.
Kxcelsior Lodge Xo. 1,1. O. O.
Drill Co. I) Honolulu Rides, at
Molnerny Hall, at 7:0.
Drill (Jo. I), Honolulu Rifles, at
Ucretauin street Armory, nt 7:110.
Court Lunalilo, No. liGOO A. O.
i- at 7:uu.
Meeting of Fire Police, at 7:30.
Social at St. Andrew's Cathe
dial bunday schoolroom, 7:!10.
Woman, to t.il.e eliurse of a
hoiiBO and tinea ehil.lren. on the Inland
o( Hawaii. Autwcr. giving addrets to
b calU-d on, Hawaii," Uulletik
Offlco. UU at
NOW IS THE TIME I
ao e l
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EaT-Information cheei fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his ohlce.
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of the D. S. Jan-1-90
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