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UAU.V LUH.I.UITIN: IIUNHMII.ll, II. I, OCTOHKH 7 mini
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TUESDAY, OCT. 7 ,1890.
0AI1U RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
Tii Tulir KIU'l-t AiiUHMl W. I MHO.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leavo Honolulu H:I5 1 :1ft fli'.MJ
Arrive Honoulluli !i:4il 2:1!) fl:iUJ
Leave Honoullull. r. : 10 iO:M :t:'l ....
Arrive Honolulu.. (!:I4 ll:r" 4:fm ....
MNBTY -SIXTH DAY.
Sutuulays and Monilny. only.
SMnir Chiudlno for Maul mid Hawaii nt
l' p in
Stmr l.tkollkc for Manl nt 5 p in
Slinr Slikahala (or Kauai ui ." p in
.Siinr Wiiliilciilc for Xaulllwtli, lliiuii-
iniiulu, Ihuiah'l anil Kilaucu al f
St in I .la MaKcc for Kupaii :il -I i in
VESSE'.S LEAVING TO-MORROW."
Stmr Hawaii for Ihim.ikuii and lllloat
FOREIUN VESSELS IN PORT.
II It M H Acorn, Pollard, from cruise
II S S lroiiiois lioni' Samoa
Japanese man-of-war Tsiikuh.i - Kan
fiom India via Australia
Itrxhip Hlengfell, It li wing, from Liver
pool 4-niasted Sehr Olgn, Rodin, from San
Ilk Kiinifjoid. Anderson, from Newoas
tlo, N S r
Hrig Con-melo, A .facohsoti, fiom San
Ilk Velocity, .Martin, from Hongkong
Rk Bilker, Lii;lilli(r(lv. from London
Jlk Lady Lampoon, '15 day from San
Rk U I) l'.ryant, Jiu'oIikcii. from San
Kiir Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Clnu
dino, Oct 7 For Volcano: II K Wildei,
W Aouon, C N Pond, Mrs Flagg, Miss
M Conwi'll. A G Stouelfer, Miss Stone
Sifur, ilN King, S Peek. For way
pints: Paul .lauett. C O Kennedy, i
Peek, G V Bulges, D H Hitchcock,
Alls c-tillman, Rev iluleliiiison, Mis
Sanders and child. Wong JCw.il, B W
Roach, outlier-, and about 8ft deck.
'l'iio steamer Kinau is liavlng new
niastH put in at Hie Klsli Market wharf.
Thu RiltMi hip Hlengfell, Capt 11
Irving, will sail either on Thursday or
Friday of this week for Poitlaud In
'I'liB l-niasted seliooner O'ga is still
waiting for sugar. She will not sail
till early next week, providing the stmr
Iwulani brings sugar fiom Ihunakua
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Good pasturage is offered at Ivoo-litu.
A wkll educated
wishes a situation.
Thk Crystal Soda Works lias re
moved to No. 81, King street.
Tin: U.S. S. Charleston will re
I urn to port during next Thursday.
Mns. Clias. Hiram has salt and
elmreoal for sale at the King's Sta
bles. . ..
A rkwaiid of twenty-five dollars is
offered for a lost watch. See advertisement.
A telephone message from Koo
lau this afternoon reports heavy rain
jiI, tiiat place.
Sets of ropes have hcen placed in
Hie police and fire stations for the
mse of the fire police.
The Athletic Association will hold
a meeting at Mclnerny Hall, Thurs
day evening, October yth.
The Koyal Hawaiian Band will
play at tho Queen'8 Hospital to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Tut.soay, Oct. (5th.
The House opened at 10 o'clock.
Hep. Kanealii repoited as piinled
Hip bill to encourage tin1 cultivation
Noble Cornwell moved that the
hill to encourage the cultivation oT
tobacco be lead by title and i cloned
to a select, committee. Carried.
Rep. White presented a resolution
that, whereas the commercial pros
perity of the kingdom , depends on
the success of agricultural pursuits,
and whereas the Government should
encourage and foster new enter
prises in that line; therefore resolv
ed that, tin item of SiiOOO be inseited
In the Appropriation Hill for en
couraging the cultivation of pine
apples in large quantities for ex
port. Hop. Hi own moved it lie laid on
the table to lie considered with the
Hop. Walpuilani presented a reso
lution that Still) lie appropriated as
a puilMlon uj uiu niuun in ouniuin,
who was killed by a leper while in
discharge of his duly, in North
lCona on Sept. 24th, leaving his wife
and family in destitute circum
stances. Hep. While moved the resolution
be laid on the table as the facts of
the case were not fully known.
Kep. L'aehaole thought the resolu
tion should he referred to a select
committee, as a bill would be re
quired to confer a pension.
Noble Pua wanted the resolution
laid on the table permanently.
Other officers and people had been
shot without their widows getting
pensions. The seven men shot in
the Palace yard last year left wives
and families, for whom no pension
had been granted.
Rep. llookano favored a select
committee. There was no doubt
that this oilicer was shot while in the
discharge of duty. The shooting in
the Palace yard was under entirely
Hep. White said the oilicer might
have been at fault, and the leper
might on trial be acquitted. The
House should not be in a hurry to
Rep. Rickard spoke of the danger
incurred by officers in the outer dis
tricts. If those officers found a dis
position on the part of their superi
ors and of the Legislature to look
after their wives and children in
case of accident, it would encourage
them in the faithful discharge of
Minister Peterson favored refer
ence to a select committee. He did
not think that any action taken by
the House would be effected by the
decision of the jury two or three
Red. White withdrew his motion.
Referred to select committee.
Rep. Rickard read a first time his
bill granting a franchise to the Ila
makua Water Co. Read a second
time by title and referred to a select
Rep. Nawahi presented a resolu
tion that the House adjourn over
to-morrow out of recognition of the
Jubilee anniversary of the first Ha
waiian Constitution, which was writ
ten at Luachu, Lauaina, on October
Rep. Paehaole supported the reso
lution, being only sftrry that more
Consideration of majority and
uiinoiity reports of the education
committee on petitions for Kngllsh
schools at Waichu, Maui, and Waia
lua, Molokni. The majority con
sider the schools unnecessary, as
there is a school already in each
vicinity. The minority point out
physical difficulties in' the way of
children attending the existing
Hep. Paehaole moved and advo
cated the adoption of the minority
Noble Iseulierg said the majority
of the committee acted on informa
tion got. from the Hoard of Educa
tion. He was surprised that the
lion, member, who knew so much of
parliamentary practice, should bring
this matter before the House, if he
gave the Hoard facts showing that
these schools were needed, theie
was no doubt that the Hoaul would
giant the petitions.
Hep. Honkano uphtld the report
of the minority, of which he was a
Hep. Kanealii said the Waihee
people had been petitioning tho
Hoaid of Education for years, and
the Hoard had referred them to the
Noble Walliridge was acquainted
With thu locality and believed that
the recommendation of Noble Isen
berg was proper.
The previous question, moved by
Hep. R. V. Wilcox, carried, and
the minority repoit was laid on the
Noble von Tempsky moved for
The President appointed the fol
On Hamakua water bill Messrs.
Rickard, Marsden, Halstead, A. S.
Wilcox, and Spencer.
On tobacco bill Messrs. Corn
well, Paehaole, Waipuilani, Isen
berg, and Phillips.
On pension to Simeona's widow
Messrs. Paehaole, Waipuilani, C.
Brown, Widemann, and Peterson.
Recess from 12 to 1:!30.
G. W. MAGFARLAHE I CO.
NOW IS THE TIME !
OFFER FOR SALE
he Cargo of the British Bark
JuBt Received iu 125 Days from London
Galvanized Corrugated Iron,
In (5, 7, 8 & 0 Feet Lengths;
BARRKI.S HKST KNGI.ISH PORTLAND CKMKNT,
(While Bios.); . 4S
OALVANIZKD BUCKETS & TUBS, all sizes; ""
CASKS SAKKTY MATCHES,
Boxes Bine Mottled Soap, Stoiiewero Fines,
ASSORTMENT OF BOATING HATS,
BALES OF STRIPED LINEN RICE BAGS,
EARTHENWARE & GLASSWARE,
Special Boitntiful Assortment o(
AXMINSTER and PERSIAN RUGS !
Magnificent Assortment of
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional tan
turc of Insurance goes with every Bond. ''
The following arc a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " ' "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINTLIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC. '
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and Its
From (he iVew York ', April -Wi, 18'Jtl.)
Tlio Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Life Assur
The new himincss of the Equitable- Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fifty
Million Doixaus. This is at the rate of two hundktl millions ofaasur
anccfor the year, and is unprecedented in the annils of life assurance.
"Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllee. '
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, EquiUdile Life Assurance Society
of the U. S.
The regular meeting of the Hono
lulu Fire Police will he held this eve
ning at tho hall of Engine Co. No. 2.
Mr, David Daylon gives notice to
all persons indebted to the estate of
the lute Clias. Hiram, to make im
BOY RUN OVER.
Rideau, the nine year old hon of
Mr. Geo. J. Ross, Auditor-General,
met with a rough ueculuut last Sat
urday afternoon. With a lot of othei
hoys he wiis 'going through Palace
Walk, when a big dog jumped at
them. The boys scampered into the
street, Ross the farthest out. Just
then a hack wheeled rapidly round
thu corner from Punchbowl street.
The shaft hit the boy on the back of
the head and knocked him down,
one of the horse's feet taking him in
the mouth as he tell, while thu car
riage wlieels ran over his leg. In
spite of all this buttering the boy was
game enough to walk home, his head
bleeding before and behind. Dr.
McWayno dressed his wounds and
tiie plucky young fellow is going
about, having wanted to get on his
SATIN WALNUT BEDROOM SUITES,
ASH & WALNUT BEDROOM SUITES,
OLIVE & GOLD SILK BROCATELLE PARLOR SETS,
OLD GOLD PLUSH SETS,
Inlaid EmbrolM Satin Mrs, Inlaid Tallies,
ItOSEWOOD CARD TABLES,
UPHOLSTERED FOLDING CHAIRS,
OAK DINING ROOM SUITES, Upholstered in Leather;
Handsome Assortment of
CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS.
Bargains ! Bargains !
In Beveled & Flat Glass, Silk,
j and Hand-painted Pramcii.
WALL BRACKETS, In Variety;
BLACK & GOLD GYPSY, OCCASIONAL
nmh ) MIRRORS
A. CORNER TABLES,
Large Assortment ol
WINES, BEERS & LIQUORS,
G7G EJte., EJtc, 3Eto. flw
FOR THE REDUCTION .SALE
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Excelsior Lodge, I. O. O. F.
Steinitz Chess Club, 7:30.
Meeting of Fire Police, at 7
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Tiik proposed German at tho Hotel
this evening has been postponed for
(lie pi esent. owing to tho departuro
of the U. S. S. Charleston.
A fii'KCiAi. meeting of tho stock
holduis of the O. II. it L. Co. will be
held at tho oflieo of tho company to
morrow afternoon at II o'clock.
CAi'TAiN II. Lightbody of the bark
"Birker" gives notico that ho will not
bo responsible for any debts contract
ed by his crow without his written
On Wi'diii'Mluy, November 12, 181)0,
will bo sold at public auction, by or
der of tho Mininter of Inteiior, tho
lenMiof tho Government luud Kahi
kiniii, Maui, enntiiiiiiiiK 25,(KH) acres,
jiioiii nr letfH,
A KiWHi'Ai'Kli piickagu, containing
,i liwi. loiiui imrtly tilinineil, to
tmtlicr with u lot of rlblioiiHiiiiil luccfc,
wan dropped from a hidy'n viirriiign
thin inornliiL' mi I'mt, KIiik. or Nuii'
mm HliritU, Tin1 Under will cimfor a
in vt r ly niliirnliiK tlm miUK" l"
ON !IM Huliinlny. Oololmr 1 1 III
Ali.Jw. !' Miypii will Htll m unit
Ilun In (iuiu uf hl hi littWHHii l ip'ii
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notico had not been given, so that
the jubilee might be fittingly cele
brated. Itep. Brown believed that the
event should be recognized, and the
best way for this House to celebrate
it was by staying there and doing
its business. He moved that the
resolution be laid on the table. Car
ried. OnDEIt OF Till: DAY.
Further consideration of bill to
amend chap. 31 of the Civil Code in
regard to corporations.
Sees. G, 7 and 8 passed.
Noble Widemann moved an am
endment to Sec. 9, to insert "a suf
ficient number of" before "the
shares" of delinquent shareholders
to be sold. He also moved a cor
rection to a misprint. Tho amend
ments carried and the section pass
ed as amended.
Rep. Brown moved to make the
maximum penalty for false state
ments, etc, in Sec. 10, 55000 in
stead of 81000. They should have
a substantial penalty in case of
fraud. Carried, and tho section
passed as amended.
Minister Brown and Minister Pe
terson moved verbal amendments to
Sec. 11, which carried.
Rep. Brown moved an insertion
to except tho increase of capital
stock from tho stipulation that "Sec.
M'li of tho Civil Code, as amended
by Cliup. 1G of tho Session Laws of
1881, shall not bo held to apply to
joint Htoflc companies incorporated
under this Act.'1 Carried, and the
bcction passed as iimoudud.
Keo. 12 was road; "No corpora
lion shall bo formed for any of tho
purpose stated In this Act In tiny
other manual- than us 16 tihovo pro
vldedi mid no charter nhnll lui ro.
(iilml or lml! hu Krimteil to any
nurtfini or ntjumtlatioii for talil ur
MliiUJpr Mrowii icpnlml tlm bq.
Hon n KPlf'i'niitrmllulnry,
!l)p llronii iiiovi'il in ulrllin nut
llll I III' nllHW llfl'T ")'MVltu"
TIim lliml "Itiliil'i uljuullijif ujituiii,
him) llllu mm), urn) iw bill iwv
!Ul I) MIHJUttlUI'JlU UJ 111) JWilJ 1
111);) Hint' 'hmw jijI.
Horses & Carriages
On SATURDAY, Oct. 11,
AT IX O'CLOCK NOON.
In front of my Salesroom, Queen street,
I will sell at Public Auction,
Broken to saddle and harness;
5 Horses, broken to saddle;
fi Top Buggies,
1 Open Buggy,
1 BRAKE, 2 ROAD CARTS.
Till Crystal Soto Ms
Has removed to the Fire-proof
81 King Street.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
X. X. Ij. Lime,
Awl a freh lot of
HAY, GRAIN ol FEED,
ounntltics us re-Chuup.
John F. Oolburn & Co.
TIIE regular meeting of the Hono
lulu Fire Police will ho held
THIS (Wednesday) KVENINQ, at hall
of Engine Co. No. L', at 7 :".I0 o'clock.
CAPTAIN II. LiKhthody, of the bark
"Bhker," will not he lo.simiisible
SATURDAY, Oct. 4th.
for any debts contracted
ulllioiit his written oiuoi
ALL persons, who are indebted 'to
the estate of Clias. Hiram, nro
requested to make immediate, settle
ment to Mrs. Clias. Hiram, or to
077 hv DAVID DAYTON.
rpiIE Dwelling and Beauti
JL fill Grounds belonging
to II. Kicinciichneidor, on
P iiuchhowl street, inquire of
073 2w W. O. SMITH.
a. A VERA Convenient and
VraJIgS "- Desirable Cottace fur
aSKaMB ulslicd or unfurnished, near
tho old busebull ground at Makiki Ap
ply nt GULICK'S AGENCY,
ii7fi tf :iS Merchant Htrt'ct.
A SUITE of Three Nicely
Furnished Rooms, two
bedrooms and parlor, on
Punchbowl street near Paluce Walk;
suitable! for two single gentlemen.
004 tf II. F. HEBDARD.
S. EIIRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streota.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
inery : House
Chan. J. Fiahel. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
Collation at 8 ::IU.
A MEETING of tho Athlotlo Asso
rV. elation will ho held at Mclnerny
Hall, THURSDAY' EVENING, Oeto
ber !, 1600, to receive the leport of the
commlttco on by-laws, and for tho elec
tion of nlllcerK. .1. II. FISIIKR,
077 St Clmh'uiuii pro tern.
A HOUSE on Young street
near Thomas Square,
with live rooms and bath:
also stable accommodations for llvts
horses. Apply at
CGOtf Fort Mi cut.
V a Wi'll-othioatml German Girl u
hllUlltloll US hlMIM'lil'OIHT III' IIUN
Mlia, (JIIA.K, MIII.aM,
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All orders forcarlncopioniptly iittnidi'd
paid to tho
Storing & Shipping
Of good In tiiiult to the other Inland.
Also, Black & Whito Sand
III qtiiiiilllN to mill l louuM pilceu,
l OiTli'I'.i Nrxt door In ,la-, V,
Mmikihi' IIUlUlllll HMIIII,
nut ii Muluil Tlephgnp No, 0, IKlHi
rpiIE Fiiinlluro of n live
X room eoltugo complete,
for hoiisukeeiilut;. Cottace
centrally located and to let at a t calcul
able loiital. luqulro at till olllee.
FOR SALE !
, Ex "ADONIS" & "BLENGFELL"
From liuiie M Late Mais from tlie MM Stales.
WANTED for a lew
months a Furnished
House hi town or Mibuibs.
not Iis than eight rooms. Apply at
oiilo at this ollleo. tiill !iw
TO LET or LEASE
COTTAGE mi King
hlieut. with 7 rooms.
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lll.'li.nl,nt'' Jt M.X
G. H. Mumm tc Co.
Hennessy .1 Star
Do Lango Fils 4 Star
Goiibale. &. Co. fi Crown
.loli ti ExHhaw Extra No. 1
Isloy Blend Scotch
bourbon, 1881, in bulk
Canadian Ityo, 1882. in bulk
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