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It baa pleaded Hi Majesty tLe ia to ap
at COLONEL THE HONORABLE CURTIS P.
KEA to be Ctftint.erUla to tbe Royal Hoase
vice COLONEL TUE HONOIUELE
LES H. JCDD, resigned.
..' Palace, August 30. 16S6. 3td-3tw
.ileafd His Majesty the Kin to aproint
L THE HONORABLE CIRT13 P.
io le a Commissioner of Crown Lands
-1 Agent, vice COLONEL THE HO
CHARLES II. JL'DD, resigned.
Palace, August :i0. 1S0. 3td-:ttw
Thi Board ol Appeal, lHStt.
C. N. ARNOLD,
J. W. KAMAItlAI,
W. A. K1HA.
Schr Kawailani, for EooUn, Oahu
Schr Nettie Merrill, for Kauai
Sohr Kbukai, for iVmalua. 0-hu
Hohr Heeia, for Koolau, Oahu
Tern Ke Au Hon, for Kuan, Maui
V I i In Port f'rum Foreign lrl.
French achr ILuiimonia, C Arnand. from
Haw schr fieneral Seigel, Nelson, Irorn Jaluit,
Gerscbr Marv C RoLm, P Eohiu, from Yoko
hama, via Kauai
Ara tktae Discovery, H Meyer, froci San
OSS Australia Haw, H Webttr, irorn San
Am bk Fred ? LitcbSeld, Bartleit, from Kor.g
kong Haw brig Allie Rowe, Vm Phillips, ficin
Am bgtne Claus Spreckels, E P Drew, from Sau
Am bk California, Chas Davis, from Port
Fow use nd, W T
Am bktue Malay, Morehouse, from Burrard's
Inlet. li C
S. K. KAUNAMaNO.
J. W. KILINAHE.
T. N. SIMK.ONA.
ft W. KINO,
THO. J. UAVSKLDF.N.
DU. R. Kl'EHN.
W. EVERET T,
MA KA KOA.
I esselH L'tper leil frum Foreign Purl.
Brit bark Isle of Erin, Nicholson, from Liver
pool, due July 15-31
Am bark Edward May, Johnson, from Boston,
due August 2u-3I
Brit ship Aiuana. from Liverpool, due August
Bol bark Don Nicolas, Rons, from Port Towus
enil, W T, due July liu-ai
tier bark Pacific, Oltraan, from Bremen, due
Brit bark Ironcrag, from Liverpool, due (Vto
Brit bark W II Watson, from Liverinxjl, due
Am bk Nieolas Thayer.Crosby.from Newcastle,
N S V, due at Kabul ui August
Am bk Klsinore, (i V Jeuks, from Newcastle,
N S W, due August 20-30
Am bk Paoitic Slope, Barnes, from Newcastle,
N S V, due September 10-25
RMSS Mariposa (Am), II M Hayward, from
San Francisco, en route to the Colonies, due
Am bktue Planter, W R Perrimau, from Port
Towusend. W T, due Sept 13-20
Am ship Melrose, Kalb, from Port Townseud,
W T. due Sept 1-15
Am brgtne SaliiNt, Blake, from San Francisco,
Am schr Anna, Williams, from San Francisco,
for Kahului, due August 28-"0
Am bktue Amelia, W Newhall, from Eureka,
Cal, due August 'St-'JH
Am tern J C Ford, from San Francisco, due
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Banson, sailed from
Boston August 7tii, due December 1-21
Am bktue Klikitat, K D Cutler, from Pot
Townseud, W T, due September 5-10
Haw bark Thomas R Foster, F W Rugg, from
Newcastle, N S W. due Oct 1-20
Brit ship Hospoda, J Babcock, from Newcastle,
N S W, due Ociober 10-30
For Kabului, per steamer Likelike, August :.nb
Ed Doyle, Mr Brewer, Right Rev Lord Bishop
of Honolulu, J Shaw, J H Bareuaha, M E Silva,
Brothers Bernard and Edwards, W Waterhouse
and about 90 deck passengers.
C. K. KAPCLE.
I. K. IOSEPA.
B. K. KAIWIAEA.
Moloknl and Ihmh1.
SIMON KAH U.EHl'I.C
J NO. A PS r IN,
J. W. NACKANA.
J. D. HOLT,
J. K. MA HOE,
J. L. X.UT.l,
PKI KR KEALAK UHOXl A.
J. N. PAIKCLI,
W. II. WIL1AMA.
II . SPAl'LDINti,
T. T. KALAEONE.
J. UPAPA I'NAUNA,
J. W. KAHIMOKC.
WAIMEA AND NIIHAU
J. K. KAPCNIAI,
PAI L P. KANOA.
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, Honolulu, August 20,
BOARD OF HEALTH SOT1CE.
itplie for the lier Settlement
1 Teinler Manteil.
No. I. To Mipply monthly 2,k;0 liundles palui,
eiu.-h buixlle to contain 21 pounds paiui, to be de
livered regularly every week, at tlierateof Ave or
six hundred bundles, at the Leper Settlement.
So. 2. To supply monthly from 30 to 40 head of
fMt cattle, to dress not less thuli 550 pounds each,
to be delivered at the Leper S-ettlement.
No. 3. To supply monthly l'H) fat sheep, to dress
not less than 35 pounds each, to be delivered at
the Leper Settlement.
No. 4. 'io supply monthly 4,000 pounds rice,
o. 1 or No. 2, at per pound.
No. 5. To supply monthly 7oo pounds rlour, at
Nt. . To supply monthly 1,500 pounds medium
bread, at per pound.
No. 7. To supply monthly Sun pounds No. I
Island suuar, at per pound.
No. 8. To supply monthly 5 barrels s-dinon, at
per but rel.
No. a. To supply monthly 50 bags, each 100
pounds. Island salt, at per bag.
No. 10. To supply monthly 1U0 gallons kerosene
oil, at per gallon.
No. 11. To supply monthly soo pounds soup, at
Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7, S,J, 10, 1 1, to be delivered In Hono
lulu, samples of same to be furnished w lien ten
dent are sent in.
Teuders lor the above, marked Tenders for
supplies for the Leper Settlement," must be sent
iu to the oflioe of the Board of Health not later
than August 31, I3ti, contruct to commence on
October I, ISStl, and to luJ-t twelve mouths.
Walter mckkay uibson.
President Board of Health.
Honolulu, July 15. lssg. tlJtwtf
TORT OF HONOLULU, 11. 1.
Monday, August 30.
Schr Nettie Merrill, from Punaluu
1Vrn Ke Au Uou, from Koloa. Kauai
Schr Ehukai, from Watalma, Oahu
Schr Heeia, from Koolau, Oahu
Monday. August :W.
Stmr Likelike, Lorenzen, for Kahului. Hana
and Kaunakakai, at 5p m
Stmr Mokolii, Mctitegor, for Molokai, at 5
Schr Leabi, for Hanalei, Kauai
Schr Manuokawai, for Koolau
Schr Mana, for Hououiu
Schr Sarah and Eliza, for Koo'an
The schoonei Ehukai brought 5C5 bags sugar,
10 pigs and 100 packages sundries from Waialua,
Oahu, August 30th.
The schooner Heeia brought 400 bags rice from
Koolau, Oahu, August 30th.
The sailing of the schooner General Seigel for
the French Frigate Shoals has been postponed
The barkentine Malay has been removed to
the foot of Fort street, where she will discharge
Harry Rodgers, Chief Engineer of the steamer
W. it. Hall, has resigned his position and will
rettirn to the Coast by the steamship Australia
The steamer W. . Hall will finish putting iu
new tubes in her boiler this week. She resumes
her tiips to windward ports next Friday.
The steamer Iwalani will arrive to-day fro;n
windward ports. She will be laid up for re
pairs to her boiler this week.
The schooner Nettie Merrill arrived from
Punaluu, Hawaii, August 30th in ballast. She
leaves to-day for Waiinea, Kauai, with li5 tons
The steamer James Makee brought 30 head cat
tle from Nawiliwill, Kauai, August 2!th. She
leaves at 10 a. m. to-day for Kapna and Hanalei,
j via Walanae.
j The tern Ke Au Hou brought 55 head cattle
j. from Kauai August 30th. She leaves to-day for
l ain, :iaui.
The barkentine Discovery sails to-morrow with
sugar for San Francisco.
The barks Hesper and R. Foster and ship Hos
poda were loading at Newcastle, N. S. W.( August
lf.th, with coal for this port. The Pacific Slope
was loading for Mahukona, Hawaii.
The American bark Elsinore, Captain O. W.
Jenks, sailed from Newcastle, N. S. W., with coal
for this port July 18th.
The steamer Kinau sails this afternoon for
windward ports, tbe C. R. Bishop for Hamakua
and the Waialeale for Kauai.
COCKBCRN In Honolulu, August 3t th, to the
wife of Alexander Cockburn, a son.
Legislative Assembly Kite hi ninth
V. Meyer k' -uiitiime in his capacity as
-l-. t.t l the Hoard of Health.
Mr. Kuhia iuovi-1 the petition be re
ferred t the I'resMent of the KoarJ of
Mr. Kaii'irtrnan :uovel it he referred to
the Judiciary t 'otn inittee.
Mr. Kauiukou moved it U laid uim the
The petition was laid upon the table.
Mr. Thurston read a hrst time an Act to
authorize and rcjruJate special partnership-.
On motion of Mr. Castle, the rule: were
suspended arid the hill read a -econd time
by it title.
Hon. Mr. Kapei.u moved the bill be re
ferred to the Printing Committee.
Mr. Thurston aid he did not ..Meet to
its beintr printed: it wa verv L.ntr and
Mr. liayselden aid lie favorel tlie re-
ferrinK to the l'rintincr Committee. He
hardlv thoii'dit the hill nee.-sarv. as the
law for corporations covered the ground
The bill was referred to the Printing
Committee, and will then go t a speeial
Kol CoMMISSMNKKS IUI.L.
Mr. Castle presented tlie following reso
IJex lived. That the bill to create a Hoard
of Hoad Commissioners be taken from the
table out of its retrular order and ntadt
special order of the day immediately fol
lowing the hill to provide for taxing Chi
Mr. Havseldeu read a lirt time an Act
to amend Article W of the Civil Code re
lating to auctioneers.
On suspension of the rule.- the bill was
read a second time bv title and referred to
the Judiciary Committee.
sri'KKMK COI KT Jl'I'UKS.
Mr. Kaulukou moved that the rules he
suspended and the bill to appoint hve
Judges for the .Supreme Court be taken
from the table and mule special order of
the day immediately following the bijti
The motion prevailed.
NOTICE OK HIM,.
-Mr. Kaunamano gave notice of a bill to
encourage trie manufacture of coeoannt
oil and oil cake.
HAWAIIAN KOAHK OK HEALTH.
Mr. Kaunamano moved a su-pension ol
the rules so that the bill to regulate the
Hawaiian Hoard of Health betaken from
the table and made special order of the
day for Thursday. The motion prevailed.
ORHKK OK THE DAY.
Consideration of the Appropriation bill
in Committee of the Whole, Hon. Mr.
Cleghorn in the chair.
1 1 EPA HTM ENT OK ATToRNKY OKNKKAL.
Mr. Kaulukou moved to insert: Inci
dental expenses, Toliee Department.
$.3,ih)0. The honorable member said this
was a new item, and one that was neces
sary. He did not know out of what ap
propriation the telephones on Hawaii
were paid for. They came to f'.iX! a year
on that island alone, and this item would
cover the expense for telephones, not only
on that island but on the other islands.
The Sheriff" on each island ought to make a
regular trip to see how his deputies were
getting along. 1 he expense incurred
would come out of this new item.
Mr. Ahojo .-aid that if there was some re
port as to how much it would cost for tele
phones it would be a guide as to how much
to insert. A report ought to be made in
Mr. Kaunamano said that if thev went
into telephones it would encourage, lazi
ness. The police would want to serve sum
monses by telephone. If there was some
estimate he would probablv favor the
His Excellency Mr. Hare did not feel
that there was any call for this appropria
tion. Such telephones on theother island.-
as are used by the police, are paid at
a monthly rental out of incidentals of the
Attorney Oeneral's department. At pres
ent he was not advised of any condition of
affairs to render this item necessary.
Mr. Kaulukou withdrew his motion.
.ur. ivaunamano moved the committee
adjourn to 1:1 o'clock.
His Excellency Mr. Oib.-on said he had
an item to insert which would no doubt
about it "than
! but there was
' the other.
Mr. Paloh hi -aid he ra-in favor of the
i minority n-port. He lived on Kauai and
' toid tho-e parties they were building the
j bridge in the wrong place, but they took
I no notice.
The two items were then pa-sed as fol
Bridge. Wailua. Kauai, balance due es
tate of Jarae-O. Hay-eiden on contract.
Bridge, Waimea, Kauai, balance due es
tate of James C Hay-clden on contract.
His Excellency Mr. Jib-on moved the
insertion of tlie following item : iLelief of
Crown Commissioner. $;.. 13 50. He read
the following statement in regarel to the
matter, which he had rex-eived from Mr.
Justice Preston : "The Crown hal leased
to Whitney A: Robertson, or J. W. Robert
son iV Co.. the premises known as Hono
lulu Hale. It was decided by the Supreme
Court that the premises in question did not
belong to the Crown, but was the private
property of Kaniehamehas III and IV.
After said judgment Bishop A: Co., on ac
count of the creditors of the bankrupt es
tate of J. W. Robertson A' Co., sued the
Crown Commissioners for damages on ac
count of having been compelled to vacate
the premises under the judgment. The
case was tried neiore a uiry aim ine
tru-tee- of the bankrupt estate o
J. W. Robertson A Co. were awarded
$s.(ni damage-, with cost- of Court
This, with iutere.-t, making a total of $S,70
was paid to the creditors by Bishop A:
Co. on June .'4"), lHSt, Bishop A: Co.advancing
the monev and taking as security the
judgment lieu on Crown Commissioners
with the understanding that the loan ex
pire this September 1, ls.-M. Therefore
there is now due the $st7nu and interest on
same at ! per cent for fourteen month
$!)l.5 ."0; total .,U13 50.' II is Excellency
said this property had been regarded as
belonging to the Crown for many year
Rents had been collected during the pre
.tL...i 17 "....7" .i.;:";--s'ances, he
. . , . ... V . .v M X.. -V ' 1 1 V I V, lilt, V lUWlt , I
cause discus.sron, but as it was so neir
o'clock he was in favor of a recess.
At 11:50 the committee adjourned to 1 :
VeMli Let vim:' T-Iav.
Steamship Kinau, King, for Maui and Hawaii,
at 4 p m
Stmr Waialeale, Freeman, for Xawili will,
Waimea, Wahiawa, etc, Kauai, at 5 p tu
btmr : it Bishop, Clitney, tor Lmhaina and
Monday, August .TOth.
The House met at 10 a.m. Prayer by
the Chaplain. The roll was called, the
following members answering to their
names: Their Excellencies (iibson, Creigh
ton and Dare; Hons. Cleghorn, Kapena,
Walker, Martin, S. Parker, liayselden,
Keau, Lilikalani. Baker, Bush, Kaae,
Kauhi, Amara, Kaulia, Pahia, Kaunama
no, Wight, Nahale, Nahinu, Kauhane,
Kalua, Aholo, Kaukau. Castle, Kaai, Pae
haole and Palohau. The minutes were
read in Hawaiian and English and ap
Dr. Wight, on suspension of the rules,
read a petition, with 151 signatures, from
North and South Kohala, praying that Dr.
L. S. Thompson, (iovernment Physician,
he removed, and Dr. Bond appointed in
his place, for the reasons: That he does
not practice his profession, as he is de
spised by the people; that he is planting
sugar and practicing law instead of at
tending to his work. The honorable mem
ber stated he was aware that the matter of
appointing and dismissing physicians was
in the province of the Board of Health.
Two years ago a similar petition was sent
in, but no notice was taken of it. Mr.
liayselden had said that Dr. Bond had
gone round and got the petition up. Mr.
liayselden in making such a statement
was perfectly ignorant, as Dr. Bond was a
different man to that.
Mr. liayselden said he had not stated
that Dr. Bond took the petition round. He
said it was reported that he did.
Dr. Wight said he did not want to mis
state anything; probably it was as Mr.
Mr. liayselden said the papers had le
ported him correctly. A petition was sent
in in favor of Dr. Bond, and also one
against Dr. Thompson.
On motion of Mr. Kalua, the petition
was referred to the Sanitary Committee.
Mr. Paehaole presented a petition from
Molokai, praying: 1. That Kiinona be
The committee reassembled at 1 :4s.
I he hairman said there was nothing
further in the Appropriation bill, but those
items which had been referred to committees.
Mr. Keau moved the committee take up
the consideration of the two items, balance
lue the estate ot Jas. 0. Havselden for
contract work on bridges at Waimea and
The majority and minority reports of
the select committee on the two items
were then read.
Hon. Mr. Walker moved that the report
of the majority of the committee be
adopted. He was very familiar with the
matter. The contract was made with the
(iovernment for building the bridges for a
certain sum. One-third was to be paid
after the work commenced, one-third
when certain work was completed, and the
balance on completion of the work when
approved by the (iovernment. Mr. liay
selden received a certain amount in cash,
and was to receive a certain amount in i
per cent bonds, on condition that he ar
ranged with the Pacific Bridge Company
to take the bonds. When the work went
on tlie Government paid one-third, but
declined to give any bonds at that time, as
they were not issuing bon is. The late
Minister of Interior proposed to pay the
balance from road money. As there was
not sufficient money the estate of J. G.
liayselden had to borrow money at 0 per
cent to pay the Pacific Bridge Company.
Mr. Sterling was sent down, and on his
order the money was paid as far as the ap
propriation would go. The estate charged I for the following items:
the (iovernment at the same rate of inter
est, 1 per cent.
Mr. Dole said he was a member of the
minority committee. With regard to the
Waimea bridge, that item ought to Ik?
thrown out, as there was everything to
show it was not built according to contract.
As a consequence, when the first freshet
came, part of the bridge was washed
away. The least the House could do was
to refuse to pa--s this item. The Wailua
bridge cost 17,01)0 and ought not to have
be relieved, as there was a
-peci io me tuie oi me lanu. ine money
had been paid to the creditors by Bishop
t ( o., and they expect to be paid by the
Mr. Dole said there was another item of
a similar nature to come up to-morrow,
and he moved the matter be referred to a
!l . a ml .
-peciai committee. ine question was
whether they should relieve the mistakes
of the Crown Commissioners or not.
Mr. liayselden moved the item be in
serted in the Appropriation bill as asked
for. He had been to Judge Preston and
got the figures, and also seen the judg
ment. He said the damages were very
excessive. I he rents from that property
had been very low about $125 a vear.
Mr. Thurston said the item was an im
proper one; the loss was entirely the neg
lect of the Crown Commissioners. It was
not going to be any benefit to the people
to pass it ; the only benefit would be for
the three Crown Commissioners, and thev
lid not come here to legislate for three
The item passed.
J board ok ii v. I.TII.
- Mr. Keau moved an item be inserted,
S. H. Meekajni. herb curer. 150. Passed.
On motion of Mr. Keau the committee
The Chairman reported progress" and the
report of the committee was adopted.
HON. A. EORNA N DKlt's llooK.
Hon. Mr. Bishop, on suspension of the
rule's, presented the following report:
Hon. J. S. Walker, President Legislative
Assembly Sir : Your committee, to whom
was referred the resolution presented by
Hon. .1. W. Kalua, asking for an appro
priation of $3,000 for Hon. A Fornander,
in consideration for his book, having con
sidered the matter leg to report as follows:
The work of which Mr. Fornander is the
author, and which he has published, to
wit, "The Polynesian Race," is a work to
which he has devoted many years of care
ful study and research, and which has been
liighly commended by competent critics a :
home and abroad. It is the most learned
work ever written here and is a credit to
the author, to his adopted country ami to
the Hawaiian people.
Being a philosophical and scientific
work, and not what is usually called a
popular hook, it will be purchased by com
paratively few people, so that it cannot be
pecuniarily profitable to the author, but
nas cost more than he will receive from
sales for many years to come.
For the reasons above stated, the com
mittee recommend to the Assembly to ap
propriate $2.50J in aid of Hon. A. Fornan
der towards expenses for his book.
i Chas. R. Bishop,
i A. S. Cleghorn,
Fred. H. Havselden,
J. W. Kalva,
.-Mr. Kaulukou moved the report be re
ceived and laid upon the table, and con
sidered with the Appropriation bill.
VMr. Aholo moved the report of the com
mittee lie adopted. Agreeel to.
THE NATIONAL LOAN RILL.
His Excellency Mr. Gibson moved
section 1 pas-f with the amendment made
Mr. Dickey moved that the amount be
inserted $500,000, instead of $2,(0.0oo.
This would pay up the bonds due and fall
Mr. Kaulukou moved the section pass as
in the bill.
Mr. Tlmr-ton said he had already
spoken on the subject. If the bill was to
pass he hoped the bonds would be fixed as
low as $100.
Mr. Kaulukou withdrew his motion.
The amendment making the denomina
tion of bonds at $100 instead of $500 was
then put and carried.
Mr. Kalua moved the section pass as
Hon. Mr. Cleghorn moved that the sec
tion be animended so that the loan be fixed
at $1,000,000. The Government had asked
sides that, there was the Haw aiian Po-al !
Savings Bank, which w.mM bring i'i $U.- ;
ooo a year, and the Japanese fund wouM ;
al-o bring in a large amount. If it wa- ;
shown the loan was wanted. and j
it was to lo judiciously Used. the '
Government could g, t all the j
money that was wanted. Since the!
fir-t $1.000,OoO loan, about had j
been sent away by Island people cd
vested in foreign securities, and they had ;
not fel six per cent, li they borrowed
Irom pccj ie here the interest ii paia to
them. If borrowed from abroad the inter
est goes, abroad. Tlie re was not a country
that had U.rrowed from abroad but hud
got into trouble. He stood up for the good j
of the Hawaiian people, the dignity of the '
Crown and the general pro-perity of the j
people. If it was shown that $2.i.oo0j
could be -pent judiciously he would vote !
for it. Section 4 says. -To recall and can- j
cei all bonus lawiuiiy issue l under any
prior acts of the Hawaiian Legislature.'"
Why should they recall them; they are out
at six per cent. It was optional whether
the owners would give thvm up or not.
Under section 5 a commission of five per
centum is allowed to any person or syndi
cate which may negotiate the bonds. Some
one here want to make 50,0tM), a "ice lit
tle sum. It was easy to borrow, but hard
to pay back. He aaked the members to
think a little and not vote blindly.
Mr. Castle moved that section I be in
definitely postponeel. He would say right
here that he was not opposed to a loan if it
were spent for proper purposes. If they
had a Loan bill it should be pretty well
The motion to indefinitely postpone the
section was put and lost.
Hon. Mr. Bi.-hop said it seemed to him
that the Hon. Mr. Cleghorn had given
good reasons that this iir-t section should
not be passed withemt amendment. They
had been told a loan was not wante-d; but
to-day it seemed that it wa- wanted. A
-mailer amount would he required for im
migration and Water Work-, and leaving
out other things, would bring the amount
to less than $1.kmj,ooi). It was never
wi-e to , borrow-- i
neeiiea. Io liorrow carelessly always
damages credit, whether public .r private.
More than half of the $2,ooo.lOo would not
be wanted, without they took up outstand
ing bonds. They are out at the same rate
of interest as proposed iu this bill. He
referred to the six per cent bonds. Ac
cording to the Finance Report there was
outstanding $725,4ou It had been said
they were not fating to borrow all at one
time. Last session's bill was $2,0oO,000,
hut $l,XH),(.KK could have been obtained in
gold if there had been any appearance of
economy on the part of the Government.
These extravagant appropriations would
hurt tlie (iovernment. A $l.0oi,0no
loan would more than cover all
the items in the bill, and those old
londs running at nine per cent should be
taken up. Tlie Japanese and the Savings
Bank funds will be large. As there would
be no gain in picking up the six percent
bonds outside, he was in favor of $1,000,000.
Mr. Thurston said he had been patiently
waiting to hear what the Ministers were
going to do.
His Excellency Mr. Gibson said al
though authority might be asked for the
(iovernment to raise $2.0n0.OOo - ed
oan, yet it was quite probable that for six
months they would not want more than
$.5iYt,(00 or $100,000. Neither he or his cel
leagues, or indeed any Government would
ever think of raising money when it was
not needed and paying interest on it. But
when the Legislature sanctioned expen
diture for certain works the ( iovernment
should be in a position to raise the amount
to complete them from time to time. In
terest of course would only be payable
upon the loan as it was raised, and the
money would not be borrowed unless it
was actually required for works under
authorization by the Legislature. There
fore the argument that an authorization
tor a $2,000.(100 loan should not be
passed because the Government might be
paying interest upon money which could
not be used, was without any force; in
other words, although the (iovernment hal
an authorization to borrow $2,000,000 it
could only he raised in sums as required
to carry out the specific appropriations by
The motions to pass the amount at $1,-
OOO.OfXi and $500,000 were put and both lost.
The section passed as amended, and
reads as follows:
Section 1. The Minister of Finance, with
the approval of the King in Cabinet Coun
cil, is hereby authorized to issue coupon
bonds of the Hawaiian Government of a
denomination not less than one hundred
dollars and in the aggregate not exceeding
two millions of dollars, in the manner and
for the purposes in this Act stated.
His Excellency Mr. Gibson said that as
he and his colleagues were not fully pre
pared to present their views this afternoon,
he moved the House adjourn to 10 o'clock
The House adjourned at 1:05.
Ninth Oroat Inventory Sale at the Lending Millin
ery House of Chas. J. Fishel.
it mth of special latrrt to hnjtr ai
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS, ETC.
Ve li4 just received JO day later t l a u contract
calls for. a larte Invoice of the very teM make
ft' Ijv.lies' French Kid Shoes. By reason of
their late arrival we have notified the tu&mifac.
t.irer that me shall nell them ou hi account at
just OX K-HALF of the invoice prices.
This Sale will continue until the eutiro Stock
hasl.een disposed of.
Our S7 Shoe. -Kill be sold for only & 3.
During the next 30 days we will sell our
87 .V f avorite Jersey for ulj Hi 75.
tMir fc3 Jemey lurouly S3.
Our 3 73 Jersey for only
SOc on the SI.
Oureniir line of all-wool Dress Goods in plaid.,
stripes-the newest pattern will be sold at
Sicou tlie fl.
A special featnre In our Dress Goods Department
this week will be the offering of
-H lece of Mlk i;roenIeH mt 5Ur n
Vxrl. former price 81.
This is the (irentest Bargain presented by tig thi
st-usou in Colored Dresa (Joods.
6oc. on the $1.
Em broideries and Laces.
Over 2ih n.w patterns have leeu added to our
already immense stock.
Ex t ra l di ua ry I nd uceme 1 1 1 s
FINE STRAWS, FLOWEliS,
And a full line of
TKIMMEI AXI) VXTK1MMEH
CAliTWi:i(iUT A WAKKX'S
For Ladles, Oentii and Children at 00
rents ou the $1.
Our 65c ItalbrlKan Vent is evtra rood alue.
No such opportunity to purchase then world -renowned
good at half price van polblf
occur aalii this iteanon.
165 GENTS' $12 SUITS.
Coal. VeM hihI Iaut for ml ft IM.
Tha Greatest Varpain r.rO,tl Iu
12.1 HOYS' Sl'ITS for 4 .7., former
Prieo, $7 50.
These are all trimmed iit-dy and well ftnl.hed.
Our 8 Parasols for ?4 15.
Our Parasols for 3!.
Our 5 Parasols for '1 85.
Our S3 P;iraols lor 2.
We have a few Children's Parasols, which wo
w ill offer for 61 centu each.
16 j-ards of Choice Prints for l.
10 rp of 1.4 wide Cotton for t.
14 yards of I'nbleached Cotton for
412 doe of Gents' flue Xeckwear at :w on the M.
118 doz of Gout' 8 limine r I'uderHhirtrf at 2V
each, worth N'c.
GKNTS' WHITE SHIRTS.
'i claim to have th largest and most com
plete atock In tbe city; the trry best make, auJ
the very lowest prices.
Every shirt warranted linen hotom, lineu
mJ g-mid nt.
Our 2 50 Shirt we will sell for So day only at
fl 45 each, whenever hoiixht hv singl ona or lu
rtor.en at the time.
ItOO doz. of Mackinaw Hats, at l.t0c ach.
Our 2 50 Hats we will sell at H C5.
t'T Come and look at these Hats, and you cau
not relt from buying.
Our entire line ot Hosiery win lie sold at C)c
on the fl.
Infants' Short Presses, Camhrfc-Nansook,
stylishly made and trimmed, froia 000 up.
THE LADIES AVI LI. APPRECIATE THE FOL
LOWING J5AROAINH j
; Arasene. at 21c a dozen; former price, 5c.
t'beullle, at 25c a dozen; formsr price, ftou.
Oar f5, 4 and 3 Pompoms will be eolj durlu
the next :0 days for 1 60 perdo.en.
Remember, this Sale is Only for 80 Days!
CALL EARLY' AND SECURE YOUR RAUGA1NS. .
THE LEADIXO MILLIXF.RY HOL'SE. Corner Fort and Hotel fitroaW.
BE SOLD BELOW COST
WITHIN THE NEXT 30 DAYS.
rPTTTil T 4 TTT7ir a r a a
i nih .LAlUJLd KAZ. AAK,
INo. 88 Port Street.
OOomr ,le0REiTUHI??1,vlnft71 LaVV concludd n,y ENT1RK STOCK OK
wwutiji a l A GREAT SACKIIK E. Sow in your chance to secure barKalns In
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND BONNETS,
FEATHERS, FLUMES, FLOWERS, VELVETS, RIRRONS,
PLUSH ORNAMENTS AND OTHER .MILLINERY GOODS.
AlHo.t choice selection of Corsets, Ladies'. MImm and Children's HoHlery. Cnderwear of all
kinds, and many other goods too numerous to mention.
I mean what I say Come and See for Yourselves.
gffTMiH. E. T. SKIDMORE, Manner of the Millinrrv n.-nnri
her to do
'.MRS. E. T. SKIDMORE. Mana crfr nf tha Milling.., rv .4 ..i ;u
, . . ... .'iiniiK i , isi -w.i i turn i, win
he leaving for San I rancinco in a short time, thorpfnro limu ;i.;A.. . ' .i
in. . . . . .. ' .u-.,. .7 n inui.i. ni l wt llij
any rauiinery worn: would tlo well to call early.
MRS. J. LYONS, Proprietor.
Hamakua. Hawaii, at 4 p tu
stmr James Makee, Weir, for Kapaa and Hana- not Hptointed District J Magistrate at Kalau- been washed awn v. It was intended it
leHwchrt for French '' VV- That Hanapule be not appointed j should have been built to stand frehct.
frigate shoals j Deputy Sheriff at Kalawao. 3. That R. j He wa-also in favor of refusing this item.
$350,OK; Water Works, J).0OO; sewerage,
$100,000; street improvements, $100,000;
Honolulu harbor, $150,000; bonds due and
falling due, $2'57,!X. Total, $l,li;7,!X.
Since then immigration had been pro
posed at $2.V.00. which was $100,000 less.
Tlie improvements on the Water Work
w ere to cost $0.000, an item of which lie
approved. The city had been seweruged
by the late fire. So by taking off $100,000,
it would leave $7 ",. The Government,
like business men, borrows more money
than is require.!. Thus $1,000,000 would
be sufficient, and there would be $2:12.10:)
more than the estimates called for. Be-
AeclIen tall Sliot.
Mr. Williams, a Swede of middle age,
was accidentally hhot and killed at Paa
uhau last Thursday. lie went into a
harness room on the above day, to get a
shotgun, with the intention of firing at
some quail. He reached over a railing
and was drawing the gun, muzzle first,
towards him, when it went off. The
shot entered his hft side and penetrated
to the heart. He walked ahout ten feet
after the discharge of the gun, and then
dropped dead. Williams was a teamster
on the plantation, and was spoken of as
a gooil man. He was buried on the
next day, leaving a brother on the same
plantation and many friends to mourn
his loss. r'-r.ulletin."
This evening Professor R. J. Aginton,
the monarch s-kater, will make his fare
well performance at the Yosernite Skat
ing Rink. During the evening he will
give three different performances, com
mencing at S :.'i0 o'clock. Every lover
of roller skating should make a oint of
being present, as they will witness a
rare treat. Mr. Aginton's performance
on Saturday evening was wonderful, and
far above that given on his first appear
ance. He w ill introduce on this occa
sion an imjiersonation of a New York
dude on skates, and many other special
ties. A bumper house should be given
this unrivaled skater.
HONOLULU, H. I.
Fall Term Opens September 13,1886.
The Faculty of the past year will Ik-increased
bv tlie addition of Mr. C. W. Sever
ance. A. U., who comet to uk from the Mari
ch enter School, Manchester, Vt. Mi. Sev
erence ba made a special ntudy of the
French Language in Europe, and will take
that branch in Die College work, together
with Elocution and kindred subject. The
Boarding Department will be under the
same management hh last year, and offer a
pleasant chooI borne to all who may desire
to live at Puriahou.
Those planning to j..in the Kchool for the
coming y-nr are requested to communicate
at an erly date with the Prenideiit,
REV. W. C. ME 15 RITT.
78 Ueretania street, Honolulu, H. I.,
Miss E. V. Hall, Principal.
milE CXDEKSIOXED, ASSIGNEE OF THE
A bankrupt eittate of J. T. McLaughlin, la pr
pared to receive Mdn for the purchase of the
Honolulu Ktearn Laundry, Ith Itiiarpurtetiances.
up to MOXJMY. the lath of Spptemlifr. A. D.
lrtG. The ald hlds are oil kc I to th approval
of the Hupreroe Court. The laundry J in ffood
runulnt? order, and full partic ul in can he oh.
talued fiorn the undersigned". The rout of t),
laundry waa ?7,l)i)- W. C. I'AHKE,
. . AsHlpnee.
Honolulu, August 2.", WHn.
THE INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAV
Keep constantly on hand, for aale, BTEAM.
FAMILY and BLACKSMITH COAL, and a pene.ai
aHHOrttnerit of BAR IIKl.V. 3'JHf
Store for Pent and Fixtures
The Trustees liave added a year to the
former course, making it to correspond with
the best Grammar school courHes of the
ci ti s in the United States. They are happy
to announce that they have necnred a corps
of experienced instructors to assist the Prin
cipal, eorirfi.-iting of the following- ladies :
Mi-s Agnes Mooar, of Oakland, Cal., takes
the Fitth and Sixth Grades.
Mi.-ss Ella B. Show, of Ware, Mass., takes
the Third and Fourth Grades.
Miss Mary Stuart, of Oakland, Cal., takes
tlie Frimarv Grades.
The School ojng at 9 o'clock MONDAY,
September 13, 136.
j For additional information address
i Uev. n . t Jlerritt. l
rpiIAT DLKIHAHLE STOKE NOW OCCUPIED
I by the HDIH.S' BAZAAR, RH Fort street,
and all the Fixtures, Ola C:uea, eto., for tale.
For further particular.! nonire on the prerale.
T A MFETINO OF THT STOCKHOLDERS OF
1 V the olowalu Company, held on Anguat lotn,
the following frentb-men were elected to serre
as otflrers lor the ennuiiiK year, viz.;
W. G. Irwin
H. R. Macfarlane. .
W. M Gi ffard
C. O. Berber
C. O. Berger
C. O. BER0EB,
Secretary Olowalu Co.