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The Klnp; Waited Upon by a Committee
from the Islands of the Group. A
Petition Presented. The King's
Thursday morning the committee
recently appointed at a mass-meeting
marched from Engine Co. No. 4 Hall,
headed by the band to the Palace to
resent a petition to His Majesty for
E im to request the Legislature to
enact a law authorizing him to call a
constitutional convention. The procession
went down Nuuanu Street
on to King Street to the Palace,
where the committee was received by
Mr. J. W. Robertson,
and conducted to the throne
His Majesty was on the dais, and
there were also present Her Majesty
the Queen, H. K. H. Princess
Hons. J. O. Dominis and A.
S. Cleghorn, Their Excellencies
Hon. J. -A. Cummins, Minister of
Foreign Affairs, and Godfrey Brown,
Minister of Finance, Col. G. W.
Macfarlane, H. M.'s Chamberlain,
and Mrs. J. W. Eobertson, lady in
waiting on the Queen.
Judge S. K. Mahoe, chairman of
the delegation, presented the petition
To Toub Most Gracious Majestt,
David Laamea Kalakaua. '
By the Grace of God of the Hawaiian
We the Committee of Your Majesty's
subjects, request to present
the sentiment of the Nation, and for
the benefit of the Crown, the country
and the people, and,
Whereas, we have been appointed
a Conventional Committee of Tour
Majesty's subjects, present from the
Islands of Hawaii, Maui, Oahu,
Kauai, Molokai, and Lanai, and
Whereas, in a meeting of the Conventional
Committee of the Kingdom
assembled in the City of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, on the 9th day
of August, A. D. 1890, it was voted
in accordance with strong feelings
of the subjects in the different districts
whom we now represent, to
present to Your Majesty the peti
tion of Your subjects, and
Whereas, Your Majesty was forced
to abolish the Constitution of
V., without allowing You
proper time to consider and consult
with Your subjects in regard to the
Constitution which was forced upon
You, and is at present in force, and
as such was a very disgraceful act to
the Crown of Hawaii nei, and plac
ing jlou in a very peculiar predicament,
and which You could not prevent
at that time; therefore You approved
and signed the said Constitu
tion under threats; and
Whereas, the rights and privileges
of the ballot box given to Your subjects
by the Constitution of
Y., on the twentieth day of
August, A. D 1864, and amended by
King Lunalilo in the year 1873, and
amended again in the year 1874 in
the reign of Your Majesty, said rights
of Your subjects have been taken
from them. And your subjects were
forced to be sworn under the present
Constitution, in order that they
might have their rights at the ballot
box, and if they did not consent to
be sworn, they would have been deprived
entirely of their right to vote;
Whereas, on account of the many
objections now springing up in the
Kingdom of Hawaii and among
Your people with regard to the present
constitution, obstructing all
manner of work and promotion of
peace in the land, as well as perfect
personal safety, hitherto enjoyed by
Your independent Government of
Hawaii nei: and
Whereas, Your Majesty's subjects
carfnot bear with patience its troubles
under the present constitution, and
in order to wipe out these difficulties
and to set at ease the minds of Your
J3e it Resolved, that the petition of
Your subjects be a good cause for
our King to request the Legislature
to enact a law authorizing You to
call a convention for the purpose of
drafting a suitable and equitable
Constitution for Your Kingdom immediately
after the prorogation of
the Assembly of 1S90.
And Your petitioners will ever
W. H. Tell, J. A. Kahoonei, J.
Heleluhe, G. Markham, Chas. B.
Dwight, G. AY. Kualaku, J. Kekipi,
A. K. Palekaluhi, M. Palau, S. K.Aki,
J. Keau, J. Poe, K. Kukaulalii, P.
Kuluna, H. Makalii, S. Kila, J. S. K.
Kukahiko, E.N.Boyd, C.B. Maile,
S. H. Meekapu, J. W. Bipikane,
Chas. K. Makekau, J. N. Paikuli, J.
H. Pamaiaulu, J. Naholowaa, S. K.
Mahoe, J . Preudergast, S. K.
J. H. Barenaba, A. Kaukau,
J. Uaka, J. Kalama, H. West, W.
Mossman, N. Kekaula, E. Kekoa, P.
Pekelo, D. W. Kamahikane, M. Ka-poi,
J. Haulani, W. E. Kaleihuio, H.
P. Puaahiwa, E. Wilcox.
Following is His Majesty's reply:
Judge S. K. Mahoe, Chairman of
Delegates from the People.
Sir In reply to the petition presented
to me by the delegates from
the several electoral districts of the
Kingdom, I announce through you
and the other delegates, to my people,
that their requests shall receive
my consideration. I commend the
propriety with which you have presented
the wishes of the people,
using your constitutional right to
present their petition for the redress
of grievances. I shall submit the
matter to the Legislature and' request
that body to take the steps required
to carry out the desires of my
Eeople, in whose behalf this petition
as been laid before me.
The Legislature have appointed a
committee to investigate matters at I
iha TTnlirii "RppBnt.inn Station.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED PER
Per steamers and other late arrivals,
a large and complete
Prints, Cotton, bleached and
Sheetings, Denims. Ticks, Stripes, &c.
A fine selection of
Dress Goods in the Latest Styles
Also Curtains, Mosquito Netting,
Woolen Goods of every description;
A complete line
Tailors' Goods 2
Clothing, O. & U. Shirts, Shawls,
Blankets, Quilts, Towels, etc.,
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Ribbons,
Hats, Umbrellas, Carpets, etc.,
Sealskin Traveling and Carriage
Eugs, etc. Fancy Goods, Notions,
Cs. of best English and Australian
HOGSKIN SADDLES !
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BAGS AND BAGGING
For every purpose ,
Sail, Twine and Filter-Press Cloth,
Cutlery Stationery, Jewelry,
Perfumery, Pipes, etc.
Looking Glasses, etc.,
Pianos, Herophones, Aristons,
Accordeons, Harmonicas, etc.,
WRAPPING AND PRINTING
Paints and Oils, etc.,
Asphalt Roofing, Asbestos,
Barrels and Kegs, Keg Shooks and
2 Baxter Engines, Steam Pumps,
Iron Filter Presses !
Sugar Coolers, Iron Bedsteads,
Galvanized Tubs and Buckets,
Lanterns, Axes, Hammers,
Tin Plates, Sheet Lead,
Sheet Zinc, Galv. Iron Sheets,
Galvanized Corrugated Iron & Ridging
Screws and Washers,
GALVANIZED FENCE AVIRE,
Barbed Fence Wire,
Yellow Metal, Comp. Nails, Iron
Fishplates, Bolts, Spikes,
bwitcnes, fortable Kails,
Steel Sleepers, Portland Cement,
Fire Bricks, Roof Slates, Boats,
Baskets, Demijohns, Corks, etc.,
Pie Fruits, Sauces, Cond. Milk,
Blue Mottled Soap, Windsor Soap,
Wash Blue, Cream of Tartar,
Carb. Soda, Vinegar, Biscuits,
Stearin Candles, Rock Salt,
Camphor, Safety Matches,
Castor Oil, Epsom Salts,
Hunyadi Janos, etc.
Dinner and Bre'akfast Se'ts, Plates,
Bowls, Toilet Sets, Flower Pots,
Assorted Crates, etc.
Tumblers, Wine Glasses, Sample
Xj I 5 XJ O FL s
Champagne, Port Wine, Sherry,
Bitters, Rhinewine, Clarets,
Cognac Brandy, Whisky, Rum,
Gin, Doornkat, Porter, Ale,
St. Pauli Beer, Pilsener,
Muller's Lagerbier, etc.,
Harzer Sauerbrunnen (Mineral
Alcohol in bbls. and demijohns, etc.
American Smoking Tobacco, etc.,
HAWAIIAN SUGAR AND RICE !
Golden Gate and Crown Flour,
Bread, Salmon, Cal. Produce, etc.
B For sale on the most Liberal
Terms and at Lowest Prices by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
1304 3;n "
El 11MGE mSH
OF A. JAEGER.
No. 13 Kaabumann Street. - - - Honoluln
INSURANCE CO. of Hamburg,
LION FIRE INSURANCE CO. of
ORIENT INSURANCE CO. of
NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE
CO. of Hartford, Conn.
XfOTICE IS ITER13BT GIVEN
ll to all persons having claims against the
estate of KIEKIEMAILNALOA KANOA. late
of Honolulu, deceased, to present the same to
the undersigned within six months from the
date of the publication hereof, or they will be
J. W. MACDONALD.
Honolulu, August 11, 1890.
HAWAIIAN" GAZETTE, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1890.
LOBENZEX : t t Commander.
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p. mM touching
at Labaina.Haalaea Bay and Makcna the same
day; Mahukona, Kawaihae, and Lanpahochoe
the following day. arriving at Hilo atmidnlght.
Monday July 7
Tuesday, July 15
Friday July 25
Tuesday, Aug. 5
Friday, Aug. 15
Tuesday. Aug. 26
Friday Sept. 5
Tuesday, Sept. 16
Friday Sept. 26
ARRIVES JLT HONOLULU:
Saturday July 12
Wednesday, July 23
Saturday Aug. 2
Wednesday, ....Aug. 13
Saturday, Aug. 23
Wednesday,.. .Sept. 3
Saturday, Sept, 13
Wednesday,.. ..Sept, 24
Saturday,... Oct 4
DAVIES : : :
Leaves Honolulu each
week for Eaunakakal,
Eeanae, Haua, Hamoa and
CAMEUON" : : : Commander.
Leaves Honolulu regularly for Hamakua.
NYE : : : t : Commander.
Leaves Honolulu each week for
GIiABKE : : : : Commander.
Leaves Honoluln each week for Hakalau, and
JlcUKEGOR t t : Commander.
Leaves Honolulu each week for Eaunakakai,
Eamalo. Pnkoo. Labalua, Olowalu. Lanai.
Halawa, Wailau, Pelekunu and Ealaupapa.
TICKETS per S. S.KINAU for the
VOLCANO : : : $50
W. C. WILDER. President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
f T A tTtkrn T GnnA lut An?n..
.OFFICE Corner Fort and queen Streets, Ho
Fort Street, Honolulu.
importer aiidMunufiicturer of
Ladies', Misses', Gents'
BOOTS & SHOES
Of tbe Best and Latest Make.
MRS. THOS. LACK,
No. 81 Fort Street, Honolulu.
IXFORTEK AND DEALER IK
Shot Guns, Biles, Eevota,
'And all kinds of FIRE ARMS;
Metallic Cartridges, all kinds and sizes;
Brags and Paper Shot Shells, Ponder,
Shot and Caps, and nil kinds of
Sporting Goods, Etc., Etc.
importer and Dealer in
AOENT TOR THE Iui'ROVED
White and New Home Machines.
The Iscw National and Peerless Hand Machine;
Sewing: Machine and Hand eedles
OF ALL KINDS;
Clark's, Chadwicks and Brooks' Machine Cotton
Barbour's Linen Threcd.
Corticelli Silk in all colors.
Having secured the services of a
Gun and Locksmith and thoroueh mechanic. I
am prepared to do all kinds of Repairs. Restocking,
browning and boring Guns a specialty.
Sewing Machines, Lock, Surgical,
Nautical and Surveying Instruments,
Cleaned and Repaired with Quick Dispatch.
Sr- GOOD W0BK GUARANTEED. "VX
SOLE AGENT TOR
Base Ball and Sporting Goods.
Balls' Health Preserving Corsets, and
Mine. Demoret's Reliable Cut Paper Patterns.
Largest and Best Assortment of
Stamping Patterns and Materials for
all Kinds of Fancy "Work.
S3? Lessons given, and all orders promptly
filled. Island orders solicited.
Conducted upon Principles
GOOL AND PLEASANT ROOMS.
&mu kT all mm
The Table is Supplied with the Best
the Market Affords.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES
Will te furnished at Special Rates for Tourists
and Excursionists, and every facility is offered
to parties wishing to visit points of Interest,
the many waterfalls and cascades in the Immediate
Carriage and Baggage Wagons will meet
C. W. SPITZ, Proo.
Boston Board of Underwriters.
A GENTS Tortile Hawaiian Islands,
-&- 2'2 lr C BREWER & CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters
AGENTS tor tbe Hawaiian Islands,
lgg ? C. BREWER & CO
Fire Insurance Company.
The undersigned having been appolrted
Agents of the above Company, are prepared to
josore risks against Are on Stone and Brick
Buildings and on Xercnnndlse stored
therein, oc the most favoraole term. For par-
cnwYSrSEE1! .? the office of P. A.
SCHAEFER & CO. 13Wly
Marine Insurance Company,
" O tt. T XT IO- .A.
General Insurance Company,
Ths i above Insurance Companies have established
a General Agency here, and the
General Agents, are authorized to take
RIsksagalnst the Dangers ol the Seas
at the Most Reasonable Rates, and on
the JKost Favorable Terms.
1276 ly F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.. General Agts.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
Total Assets at 31st Januart, 1890,
10,07513 17s. 2d.
1 Authorised Capital.
(subscribed " .2.7R0.onfi
Paid-up Capital ? 687.S00 0 0
ZrT.c Fu?ds 2,634,285 19 10
i Lire and Annuity Funds 6,693,426 1" 4
10,075,212 17 2
Revenue Fire Branch 1,363,356 9 6
Revenue Life and Annuity
Branches H06,998 14 2
2,170,355 3 8
The accumulated Funds of the Fire and Life
Departments are free from liability in respect
of each other.
ED. HOPPSCHLAEGER & CO.,
1289 ly Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands.
GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
Por Sea, River & Land Transport
Having established an Agency at Honolulu for
the Hawaiian Islands, the undersigned General
Agents, are authoiized to take
Risks tbe Danger of tho Seas
Most Reasonable Rates, and on tbe
Most Favorable Terms.
F. A. SCHAEFER .!. CO.
ISO- ly Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK.
Assets DEC. 31, 1889, - - - - $136,401,328.02
Reliable, Profitable, Prompt and Certain.
C3f Those who desire safe Life Insurance are
invited to apply to
S. B. ROSE,
1293 ly General Agent Hawaiian Islands.
established - - 1845.
Capital : : JtrichoiuarkM O,UOO,O0O.
The undersigned having been appointed agent
of the above Company for the Hawaiian Islands
is prepared to accept risks against Fire on
Buildings, Furniture, Merchandise, Froduce,
Sugar Mills, &c, on the most favorable terms.
Lu&SEi) PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND
126a ly At Wilder Jt Co.
Northern Assurance Company.
- - - - 3,000,000
The agent of this Company in Honolulu has
received instructions to
Reduce the Rates of Ziife Insurance
In this country to a minimum rate, without
any extra premium' for residence in the Hawaiian
Among the principal advantages attaching to a
Life Policy in the " NORTHERN. '" attention
is specially drawn to the following:
SURRENDER VALUES of Lapsed Policies
are held at the disposal of the Assured for Six
IMMEDIATE PAYMENT of Claims, without
deduction of discount.
ABOLITION of restrictions on Travel
.and Residence. THEO. H. DAVIES,
1279 9m AGENT.
TRATTS - - - ATLANTIC
Fire Insurance Company,
Capital of the Co. and Reserve, Reichs
Capital their Re-Insurance Companies
Total Reichsmart 107,650,000
Fire insurance Company,
Capital of the Co. & Reserve
Capital their Re-Insurance Companies
Total Reichsmarks 43 8i ,000
The undersigned, General Agents of theubove
three companies for the Hawaiian Islands, are
prepared to insnre Buildings, Furniture, Merchandise
and Produce, Machinery, c, also
Sugar and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor,
against loss or damage by tiro .on the most
favorable terms. H. HACKFELD & CO.
The Liverpool & London & Globe
ASSETS ---. $31,161,000
NET INCOME - - - $3,000,000
CLAIMS PAID - - - $88,714,000
Have established an agency in Honolulu for
the Hawaiian It-lands, and the undersigned are
preDaredto write risks against
FIRE OX BUILDINGS,
JHERCIIAKDISE & DWELLINGS
On favorable terms. Dwelling Kiaks a
Speciality. Detached dwellings and contents
insured for a period of three years, for two premiums
in advance. I.osne promptly
jHSMTi wuu wjH0iv Here,
BISHOP fc CO.
The Agent for the British Foreign Marine Insurance
Company (Limited) has received instructions
to Reduce the Rates of Insurance
between Honolulu and Ports in ihe Pacific,
and Is now prepared to Issue Policies at the
lowest rates, with a special reduction on freight
per steamers. THEO. H.DAV1ES,
1298 ly Agent Brit. For. Mar. Ins. Co., Limited.
Royal Insurance Co
Capital and Funds. - $ 29,000,000
UNION New Zealand,
Capital, - - - $ 10,000,000
TAKK RISKS OX
And all other Insurable Property at
JOHN S. WALKER,
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The undersigned is authorized to take
Marine Bisks on
At Current Rates in the following Companies,
Union Fire and Marine, of New
Madgeburg General Ins. Co.,
Sun Insurance Co., San Francistfo.
JOHN S. WALKER,
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Water Tube Boiler,
Is superceding all other Steain Boilers
BECAUSE IT IS MORE
Economical of Fuel,
.Less Xii&blo to Explode,
Easier of Transportation
AND COSTS XO MORE ! !
CS" Full description and prices can be orj
tained by application to,
W. E. ROWELL, Honolulu.
1304 yl Sole Agent Hawaiian Islands
H. J. NCLTE, Proprietor.
Begs to announce
public in general
to his friend? and the
That he has opened the above Saloon
where first-class Refreshments
will be served from 3 a. m. till 10 p. m.,
under the Immediate supervision of a Competent
THE FINEST GRADES OF
Cigars, Pipes and
(hoseu by a personal selection from
manufactories, has been obtained, and
will be added to from time to time.
One of Brunswick & Balke's
Celebrated Billiard Tables
Is connected with the establishment, where
loversof the cue can participate. "304 2m
BENSON SMITH & CO.
JOBBING AND MANUFACTURING
A rUXLH.IJfE OP
AT THILOWEST PRICES.
113 and 115 Fort Street.
WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO.,
Shipping & Connissien Merchails
202 Market and 3 Pine street, San
W- H. CR0SSMAH & BEO.,
77 ami 79 Croat! Street, New TerJc.
Rtftrence Castle & Cooke, and J. T. Water-house
THIO. B. DAVIES
H. DAVIES & CO.,
12 & 13 Tbe Alfeanv,
Muller's Optical Depot
133 Montgomery St., near Bush, S. F.,Cal.
BS-Specialty 35 Years.-s
The most complicated cases of defective
vision thoroughly diagnosed FREE OF
CHARGE. Orders by mail or express promptly
SCompound Astigmatic Lenses Mounted to
order at two hours' notice. 1251 ly
DR. J. COLLJS BROWNE'S
THE ORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINE.
Advice to Invalids. If you wish to obtain
quiet refreshing sleep, free from headache, relief
from pain and anguish, to calm and assuage
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the nervous media, and legal ate the-circulating
systems of the body, you will provide
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by Dr. J. Collis Browne (late Army
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CHLORODYNE, and which is admitted by thft
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remedy ever discovered.
CHLORODYNE is the best remedy known for
Coughs. Consumption, Bronchitis. Asthma.
CHLORODYNE acts like a charm in
and is the only specific in Cholera sad
CHLORODYNE effectually cuts short all attacks
of Epilepsy, Hysteria, Palpitation, andl
CHLORODYNE is the only palliative in Nee
ralgia. Rheumatism, Gout, Cancer, Toothache
From Symes & Co., Pharmaceutical Chemists,
Medical Hall, Simla, January 5, 1SS0. To-J.
T. Davenport, Esq., 33, GreatRnssell Street,
Bloomsbury, London. Dear Sir, Wo embrace
this opportunity of congratulating you upon the
wide-spread reputation this Justly esteemed
medicine, Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodjne,
has carnea for itself, not only In Hindostan,
but all over the East. As a remedy for general
utility, we must question whether a belter ie
imported Into the country, and we shall be glad
to hear of its finding a place In every Anglo-Indian
home. The other brands, wc arc sorry
to say, are now relegated to the native bazaars,
and, judging from their sale, we fancy their
sojourn there will be but evanescent. We
could multiply instances ad infinitum of the ex..
traordinary eflicacy of Dr. Collie Browne't
in Diarrhoea and Dysentery, Spasms,
Cramps, Neuralgia, the Vomiting of Pregnancy,
and as a general sedative, that have occuied
unaer our personal observation during many
years. In Choleraic Diarrhoea, and even in the
more terrible forms of Cholera itself, we have
witnessed its surprisingly controlling power.
We have never used any other form of this
medicine than Collis Browne's from a firm
Conviction that it is decidel) thebest. and also
from a sense of duty we owe to the profession
and the public, as we are ol opinion that the
substitution of any other than Collis Browne'e
is a -DELIBERATE BltEACIl OP rAITH ON TH PART
Or TUB CHEMIST TO PHESCKIBER AND PATIENT
alike. We are, Sir, faithfully yours, Symes&
Co.. Members of the Pharm. sccicty of Great
Britian. His Excellency the Viceroy's Chemists.
CAUTION. Sir W. Page
Wood stated that Dr. J. Collis Browne wag,
undoubtedly, the Inventor of Chlorodyne; that
the story of the defendant Freeman was deliberately
untrue, which, he regretted to say
had been sworn to. See"TheTimes,"July 13
Sold in bottles at Is. lHd., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d.,
and lis. each. None Is geunine without the
words "Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne " on
the Government stamp. Overwhelming aed!
cal testimony accompanies each bottle.
Caution. Beware of Piracy and Imitations.
Sole Manufacture J. T. DAVENPORT. JS
Great Russell Street. Bloomsbury. London.
G. J. WALLER, Prop.
FAMILIES AND SHIPPING
SUPPLIED OH SH0RM0T1CE
AND AT THE
Lowest Market Prices.
Meats delivered from this Market are
thoroughly chilled immediately after killing by
means of a Bell-Coleman Patent
Dry Air Refrigerator.
Meat so treated retains all lfe juicy
properties, and is guaranteed to keen lonccr
alter delivery than freshly-killed meat
"W. I,. ROSE,
HILO, - HAWAII.
Tin and Sheet Iron "Worker.
DEALER XX ALL KCf D3 OI
Tin and Iron Ware, Stamped Tia,
Aate and Granite Wre.
Stoves and Ranges always on'hand.
A" "K2u(i,e m"1.!8 ,d. at Reasonable Prices,
special attention paid to Pisntatlbnordeis.
I Please Give Me a Call. "