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BY B. P. ADAMS.
lly i.r.l.r ol 1)1!
ON SATURDAY. MAY 27TH,
.11 13 o'rlnch .'!.. nt rlri tlniitti,
( will offer at Polilie Aucllmi. tnn!--- pr-ilouly !
po-tdof at Private bait),
THAT VKItV IIL'UKAIIM:
Residence and Property !
.. . OF . ..
Dr. Hutchinson, Mtualul at mil Niuimul Asciiim-.
containing an area of one acre with the liulldlngs "'
Improvements thereon. Including all conveniences
Stable, Couuli House,
This property la located In tin centre o( the moat do
altable portion of the cll. "here Iho yalno of proptfir
la rapidly enhancing, thr lot Itself "lib " 0J'
palma. Flowers ami Shade Tmii t rightly regarded as
ah, of the rooit nlestant resilience Hi Honolulu. It I
offered for f ale only .on account of Prppo;W dPMe
rrrnvln on Interest at ten per cent
A portion i i'"-" ....-.. ......
CVUUIIU VJ a
ES'lATE OF JOS. BoOTII
lly vlrtoc of an order of ale Issued by Hou. Lawrenct
McC'ully, I'lrst Associate Ju.tlcc of the rinprcme Conn,
lam Instructed to offer at Pnbllc Ahctlou, at my Hales
Saturday, June 17th
At 15 M. at my halts Room, thai
Parcel of Land
aiTi'ATi: on Tin:
COR. OF HOTEL AND NUUANU STS.
ANI) KNOWN AS Till:
International Hotel Properly!
ALL TIIK llUlLUINUS AMI IMTKOVi:
The WHOM! LOT will, by order of the Court, lie Ural
Ofrcreil at the Uput Trite of FORTY THOUSAND DOL
IMS. Mionld there be no Pnrchascr at this Upset
Price, the Lot rlll then be Subdivided ami
Sold In Throo Portions,
In accordance with the report and anncy of Curtis 3.
Lyons, no on Ills In the Court, which can be scon
i;, P. ADAMS, Aucltuiiccr
It is n well-kuown and nclcnowlcdgcd
fact tlmt tlio Midnight Afisnssin
and Poisoner do fur
Thau tho daily neglect and thought
lessness of those who fail to keep tho
Human Frumo properly Clothed and
Shod. In view of these facts, and in tho
interests of the public and himself,
Staple and Fancy
Dry Goods !
Ladies' nud Gcutleiuen's Boots & Shoes,
Solo Agent for tho International
Huh determined to placo it within tho
reach of all to obtain Every Article
Suitable for tho Oliimito that Man or
Woman can Wear, of tho Best Material
uud AT TUE LOWEST CASH PRI
CES, uud having but ONE PJIWE,
tho Purchaser of One Dollar is on tho
Kanio footing as tho Buyer to the oxtcutof
100 Dollars !
Tho Clothing of the abovo well-kuown
Co. uro fuiuous for the Eleganco pi their
Cut nnd tho Durability of Material :
Gents Silk Mixturo bints,
Gcuttj' Doeskin Suits,
Gents Pants and Vests,
Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
Light Suminor Suits, quito now;
llo has, for somo years, endeavored to
meet tho patronago of tho InlmHtunU
of tho Ilnwaiian Island:!, and is very
thankful for tho support ho has rccoived
ami that lie considers ns m chiof
Reward ! !
llo would call attention to tho follow
ing Bjiocial Lines which ho has Imported
Direct from tho Manufacturers, Pur
chased for Cash, and which ho is nhle to
otter AT LOWER PRICES than over
offered in Honolulu before; nnd it his
That u Good Article, nt u Fair Price,
must command a Shuro of tho Tradu of
Ludics' Kid Suudals, Ladies Fino Em
broideries, Ladies' Russia Princes Boots,
tiuito new; Glovo Kid Prince Albert
Shoes, Gents' Embroidered Opera Slip-
IHjrs, Gouts' Kid Albert Tio Shoes, n
'ull Line of Bronze, Pink nml Bluo
Ohildrcu'ri and Bryant's Shoes.
3C Tho Boot uud Shoo Department
is nu Eutirely Now Branch, and ho will
only bo too happy to show the) Good
10 purcuascrs or oiuerwisc.
ALFRED M MiXXJS,
h m iut BTwrKi:i:r. m
"' AiTllIPdRfANT QUKSTION.
MULES FOR SALE !
16 Fine Mules For Sale,
To arrive per "Lady Lainpson."
JJT Apply o BBEWEH CO.
Till. HNK l lliiiTIMI ItVllk
j$ RHODES Jla.l.r
Will havo quick dispntch for abovo port.
S,f"",t'l',rP","S:!fcFAIIMXE A CO
X JEjVOS fi? 33 3. 21,
blcatncr Llkcllkc will leatc Houolulii each Tuesday
at A r. it., tonehlngnt Lahalua, Maslata Hay, Msknn.
Mahnkona, Kawalhae. Lacpshnchoc and Hllu
Returning "III loach at all the above port. arrltlng
at Honolulu each Monday a. x
err n Credit for I'naince .llnucj . ;t
Wo positively rifaee to open account for Pan-aces
and wo pattlciilarly call the attention of the traveling
public to the tiCixlty of having Ilaggare and Freight
plilnly inaiked; tho Hteamcrfclli not be rcapontihlc
for any unmarked luggage, or for Knight or Parcels,
units' llrcclpteii 101.
Froight Monoy Duo on Deinnnd.
In all carM of frnlebt for partlca not rtfponslble, or
unknown, the fre iRht money nlll be rrqulrcd In advarito
PACK XUVJi ill I.KIIIOIIN mill UI.NtJt 311 N
111! I'l.AI.VM .-il.tltlCIHI
Por Ilia parly ohoto they are for, or plainly tinted In the
receipt to ufioui they arc coiiflsned
All demands for damage or lota mint be made ulluln
In no way lUl.lo for losi or accident to live flock
r.C Hack Drlvcri, Iloyt, and Mich like, lll not bo
allowed ou hoard Iho htcaniKr on arrival, until after the
paupcnscra hare been landed.
jl WI1.DEH i. CO.
PACIFIC MAU. STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
'mi npi,i:miid Kl'i:AlNllll
CITY of NEW YORK
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday Juno 7
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
mi: m'ix.vuiii m i:am.hiii!-
CITY OF SYDNEY!
PKAiinoK.v comma ni:i.
On or about Saturday, May 14th
Cor .'re!gbt nml l'mjajf, npply tii
V.n 9u. II. HAUlCrUI.U A ( O , Asent..
(JiioiIh lor SlilpinciU ir Mtcninvr i-un nun
Iki Stnri'il, Free H Clmritc In ihu f'lrciriiol
U'nrclinitii) ilrnr Hip .SliMimcr WlimT.
A . " FKANK 00 k B,
AdUNTl'OHTHK FOM.OWINU COAbTKIlSt
Wnilolo, , Malolo
Wnloll. V Tl Julia
it. SlrKol i
Wnlohu, jVifjXh Wnlinnlti.
Gen. Slpunl tiziLssL ICnluim.
It'll with While Hall. Ofllcc Comer nf CJniti,
and Nuuaun Streets 1
PLANTERS' LINEfOR SAN FRANCISCO
s. O. Browor Al Co. Agonts. gt.
i?Ji2 Mircliandlec received MnriiKC I'rfo.SiS
and liberal colli ndkancef made m thlpmcnH bviblj
nc. TSO ly O. llHlIWKIlA CO.
TIN, COPPER TsHEETli?ON WORKER
riuniJior, Uns Fitter,
iiml Tin Hoofer,
Keeps In block, All Kinds of .Material In Abotc
Lines, ami of
BLST WORKING BRANDS
And arc Trepan d to li.xccutu any nud
ALL KIND WORKIN THESE BLANCHES
S hips' mill SchoonoiV (Jnboosos.,
' Army Ranges,"
cooklni; caraclty for 100 cicn.
Sheet Lead. Sheet Copper, Sheet Zinc.
Ualvantzitl nnd Ufack b licet Iron. 10 to "Glance;
Doxes Tin Plate, lc. lx, lit, lxxx;
t'opiiir Steam Pipe. !J to 4 In ;
Sheet Copper, 10 to m) oz. to aqnure foot,
tinted and clean;
Urnia holder, Tlmniu'a holder. Cornier and Urate Win,
Ualraulzcd Water Pipe, !i, ?,'. I. Hi. US. - In;
Villi Aeaortracnt of Clbcna, Ts, Unions, etc.
Water UlotcW, Caat Iron aud Lead Soil Pipe,
lloio lllhbt, hlolifocka. Plain lilbbs,
Silver Plated and Nickel Uailn Uocka and Pluga,
Combination Cocki, for cold and hot water;
lloic Coupllnfi, Tubular Shoncr Ilcade,
lath Tubs. Hup and Ccppera,
Call Iron blnkn, Holdcriug Ccppcm,
Pipe and naiTonca,
Oalv, Ulrculatlnc Hollers, for (upplsliicbalh alnk,
Lead Pipe, U to Sin.
PER F. S. THOMPSON.
O Ix x xxtcaje 1 1 G 3T & ,
0NUT0 SIX LIGHTS;
Library, Hall, llracket, Students' and
Now on Hand, a Fine Asst.
Granite Iron Ware
Ml.. Pott. :uMrmi Istcn Pain. .Milk Holler., lllicull
l.'iulcru, Jelly htraliirra,Mo:ioLamp.,Kcroeucbtoe'
Toilet Seta, Jelly MnulU. vr'O aa.ortmcnt; Iiimt
S-cruU, hlioo, Yard a nil htabla llruihc. l'lour and Jelly
Moo, Corn llroomi, Shou lllacMuc, lioor Mat., Hue.
Clothe. Wrluccrt. L'rluipliip Iron), baucc Prnt, tlnneil
aiidcnameliU; t'tioppliig Trava and Knltc. Wlro Meat
Covers, Clotlu'j 1'lni, htovo I'ollih, lictn l'jni, L'ako
Crockery fc Olassware
Such a. Cup. and i-aucer., Platea. :il to 101. incbci
In ilUmctrr; lloult, llakcra. Soup Turecna, r:ttablt
IlUhra, mik and Cream 1'itchcr.. Kwcra aud Patina
Chamber. Tumbler.. Dublin, Vingcr llonlt, lluttc.
aud Susar lMihfi. Calv Standi elc , i c
Carriage and Cart Material !
To Arrtvotex F. 8. Thompson nail
Fillo.-., Itluia, bwkt. Ktn.Uy'a Axle., ditto half
Patent lluggy Carrlagn Holts, ditto Lamps, Sulky Ilima
and bpokt, llugi.7 bhatu. WhliUctrcea, Fertulcs, Ac
Al.u, llot.c and Mule bboea, ditto Nails.
OCH MOTTO-" Nimble Slipiucc.
- Aud vie intend to light it out on Ibis line."
.1 ohn no rr rr .
Ilouulnlu. Sept. ltth. Ibbl my
HAL AW A. NORTH KOHAXJi. HAWAII
OpyoaJta Fo4t OaVoo.
I- iiAVt: ji'ht riNiH:autiritit.viMit:i
otral nevr room, which Hill be always neatly
kPt for tho traullne public Mtala al all hoar.
Patronag respectfully sollclic.1.
,," I.UNO HEE. Proprietor.
NEW 20.UOUSK POWKIt K.
10INE, Iu PCitcct order, ForbaUby
W If V. KKEWEK A CO.
oii hit run hM.h
mimm t)F NEW GOODS
JC8T JIKCKIVEI) PER
C. R. BISHOP, Walters, Master,
ConelatluK In pail of aa follow i
A L..rge Ass!, of Dry Goods,
UetiitiH. Brown ntnl Wbilti Cotlotm,
limn, iioKingi, intkcy Jieii, o.,
Merinos, black and colored, 4 qualities
HcppH, Cobonrgs, AlpiictH, ItAliin Clotb, nud
1'iim'i I'rint", Tncittj-Fltc Xcw, Stjlcx,
rrlnlcdSAlleeui, I'ompRdoara, I'lAldi,
ulnRliains, lotorlA Lnwns, 8ntln Strip,
1 nncy Striixid Oronatllnf s,
White Hilk Jnpaucae, Twllla, Scroe.
lllack and Colored VcWetH,
mack, Uioiornin, r'aucy, Colored ntnl Htrlpcd,
Jluckaklna, Ulnuonnia, Tweeds, Cords,
SorRii, Uilolan, Docsklnn, Caiaimcrea, Ac.
A Splendid Asst. of Shirts.
(Woolon, Jliwd, Calico, Hickory, ncnloi, Ac.)
Merino nud Cotton Undershirts,
White Bosom Bblrta, Ac,
Socks and Stockinfis, HandUercuiefn,
A LAHGE INVOICE OF CLOTHINU
Kino llliiek Cloth Frock Coats and I'nnta,
tlnckBkln Sacks, l'ants and Salta,
Kelt, Jlohnir, Urill. Flannel Sacks and 1'ntilK,
Uoys' Shirts nnd Children's Jackets,
Jlonkoy and Hnllor Jnckcls,
I. it. Coats nnd LtRcings, Carpet Slippers,
Silk and I. O. Uuihrellns nnd rarasofs,
1'anoy nud Traveling Shawls,
Cotton nnd Turkish Towels.
Whito and Fancy Qoilts,
Felt IltiKsnnd ifrniscU CnrpotitiK,
L AJS EC ETS :
Hurso Blniikols. Whito nnd Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sizes.
Scarlet, Ornnf-e, White Woolen, 3nnd 4 points,
Threads, Tnpo, Elastio, Scarfs, Ac,
Silk and Velvet Ribbons,
UuttoiiH for Shirts, Coats, l'auls, Dresses,
PJ3KFUAIEIIY, FLORIDA WATKH,
Ocmilno Unu do Cologne, Lubin's Extract",
Toilet Soaps, 1'hilooomo, Hair Oil, Combs,
Mirrors, Looking Glasses. Pipes.
I. It. Balls, Harmonicas, Blank Books,
Albums, Gold Lcnf, Jcwolry, Watches,
Hemp nnd I. It. rackiur;, Coal Baskets,
lixteusion. Arm, Dining Jtoom and l'nrlor
Chairs, Soltecs, Ac,
Saddles, Calfskins, Girths, Stirrnp Leathers,
URATES OF ASSORTED OROUKERV,
(outniuiuK l'latcs. Cups, Teaiwts, Howls,
Chambors, Jtico Dishes and Bakers,
Demijohns, 'A and C galls ; Snmplo Bottles,
Vnscs nnd Glassware. Manila and Tarred Rupo,
Sugax kSo Hloe Bags
Of nil sizes and qnnlitlcs,
Coal Bags, Gunnies, Twine, Burlaps,
Woolpiick nud Twilled Sacking, Linen How,
Sardines, in hulf nnd iiunrler boxes,
H. nnd 1'. Biscuits. Salt in iars.
Castor Oil in Tins, Stcnrine Caudles, i, fi and G,
Matches, Cocoauut Oil, Wash Blue,
Hubbuek'n Linseed Tnint Oil, H Whito Lend,
Whito Zinc Paint.
Do Lnago ills and Boutulkiui Brandy, and
Hum, Gin, St. Paul Bear, Alo and Porter,
Port Wino, Sherry, Ilhiuo Wine,
Fino nnd Tnblo Clarets, Champagne,
Dry .UciuselcK Alonopoie, uu. rnrre,
G.H. Mumra & Co., Sparkling Hock,
Mosello, Ac, Ac.
German and Havan a Cigars
Plated Wnre Spoons, Forks, Croeta, Tea Sets,
Pocket nnd Butcher Knives, Scissors,
Sheep Shears, Needles, Spoons, Files,
.Spurn. GalvauUod Basins, Hoop Iron,
Kec Kivcts, Hammers,
Yollow Metal and Compoaltion Nails,
Babbitt Metal, Sugar Coolors,
Iron Tanks, Ciariticrs ic. Also,
Portland Cement, " White Broe.,"
Firo Clay, BlaoksuiItU Coal, Fire Bricks,
Tiles, Empty Barrels, Oak BoAts, etc.
TerniB Liberal. Samples sent Fre of Freight
Ordcra from the other lalanda carefully
SOMETHING NEW !
J. WILLIAMS & CO.
UAVINO PUnCHAbED THE
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY OF MR. M. DICKSON AT
No. 10? and 101 Fort St.
Will continue the bnalneia at the old ataud. lly 1N
i:AM;i I'II'ILITIM and employing MaXST.
CI.AK.H AKTISI'N.noihiliciidcavortii maintain the
prcstlgo of the old aud popular Oallery. and to merit a
liberal patronage by fair dealing and aupcrlor Work.
Special Attention Given to Children.
Wo arc prepared to do all kind of large Work from
Mimlatuir to Life Size, cither In
Water Colors, Crayon, India Ink, or
Oil. LMiotos, Colored, &c, At.
Tho only Gallery In Honolulu vthlcb baa a coniplcto
Collection of IMI,.M VtaUWN. In addition to thoio
purchaardof Mr. Dlckaon, we have the entire collec
tion of Vlcvta and Portrait Negatives made by Mr.
Chaic, thtia enabling n to offer Iho grratrat variety In
Lava Flow Views,
i supply u
of Hauullan and South bra Island
ei, l'irn., bhclla, Ac., Ac, Ac,
A tlttc sleek of Frames
cuuslnutly on hand.
Mats, and Paaieparlnula
A lady nil) be In con.tant attendance
Cbnrues Reasouable ad Stlfctloai
rtr-Glve ua 3 Call.
J. Williams A Co.
b'lO ,e proprietors.
HAVING TESTED THE KFFJ.
elencyof "llallldlca1 Patent Wire Ropeway" for
carrying (sugar Cane I have tiorchated from Mr. A. S.
Halltdlo the ciclualio right of said l'aleut for the
llauallau lalauds, and hereby glio notice that I am
prepared lo furnish material or coulracl to erect lines
of auy desired length or capacity
Partita Interested Iu Iho trau.purtatlou of Sugar
L'auot Sugar Fuel or -Merchandise especially over
broken and difficult ground are iMlled to inspect Ilia
line norklug upon luy plantation at Kcalla, or the
profllo of the tarns on view al Ihu office of Wru. U. Ir
win A Co.. Houoluln. Any luformatlnn will Iw
cheerfully given by bc uudtralgued 01 by Mr. J, M.
Tbompsou. care Mesara. Irnla A Co., who will l.ll
iocaiiuea aa lines may do ucsircu, ana roake pro-
un sauuMiw iwr imu a.uic.
Z. S. bPALIIINO.
WITH IMMKMIATr VUlUtKMHIUX THAI
very dcatiablt rtaldence No. IU Nuuann
Auuaeconlalulug eight room., kltcbeu. pantry, bath
room, servants' room, coach Louse, stable and foul
bonic. Apply to J. II. WOOD, or
ii SOU J. . WISEMAN, I Mercham
Ofllelal iiotlfluillou having been ir.adc to this Depart
ment by Mom. Henri Frcr, Conan) ami Commlnloncr
of France, that by virtne of ponera conftrreil npon him
by the Trench Consnlar ItCRiilatlnn;, he ha. appointed
Mons. Louis flnlbert to nil the ofllcr of .ctliiK Chance
Her of the French Legation In this Kingdom,
.Notice hereby jlven that the anld Mone. Lonla
Onlbcrt baa been recognized as Acting Uhanceller of
the French Legation nforcaald; and all pcriona are re
quired to take notice of this fact and rcipcct hit an
thorlly accordingly. W. L. OltKF.K,
Mlnlater of l'ortlgn Aflalra,
Oepnrlment Foreign Affair', April llth.lSaj. to Wl
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June 10th and 12th, 1882.
JL coMpniwi: Tim
Committee of Arrangements.
II. A. WIUKMAHN, '
WJI. 0. IHWIN,
II. It. MAUFAULANE'
UA1T. A. N. TIIIIT,
o ! n. in in e .
Leahi Cup, $40.
Eapiolnni Plate, $100.
I'OIt HAWAIIAN DltKU HOIPiES-XIIIc daah
Catch weights. Kntrnnco S'.
AWAIIAN DltKU II01BS-)I
ghts. Kntrnnco S'.
King's Plate, $125.
roUTIIRGi: YEAH OLDS-Opcn to all-llcsl X in a
to carry ICO lbe. Entrance $10.
Park Cup, $75.
Three-quarters of a mllc
OLOS bred In tho Klhgdom
SIO. Free for all TWO YEAH
Catch weights. Entrance
Reciprocity Plate, $100.
THOTTIXCI HAOE, mtlo heats, beat 3 In 5 tohar
ucsa Free to all Homes that hao not a better rword
than -IO In any public raco In Ihlx Kingdom. Entrance
Queen Emma Plate, $100.
RUNNING HAOE Thrce-ciuarters of a mile dash
Frco to all. to carry lOulbs. Entrance $10.
IO HACE Thrce-ciuarters ofai
to carry lOulbs. Entrance $10.
Expross Cup, $75.
FREE TO ALL HORSES that havo been driven In a
Public Hack, six months prcvlona tothlallth June.
Kamehamoha Plate, $ 200.
)TTINO RACK Mile heats best 3 In 5 to harm
t to all, Eutrancc S'JO.
Luna Makaainana Plato, $100.
ONE AND A HALr MILE DASH-rrco for all, to
carry lUOIbs. Entrance $15.
IND A HALr MILE DASH-rrco
lbs. Entrance $15.
Regent's Plato, $100.
to all HORSES bred iu the Klngdoi
ch weights Entrance $lu.
Pony Raco Cup, $50.
ONF. MILE DASII-Oncu to all llor.es bred in the
Kingdom not over 13! i hands high Catch w eights.
HURDLE ItACE-1 mile dash-1 hurdles-Free
all-Catch wilghts. Entrance $10.
Donkey Race Cup, $25.
FREE FOR ALL Each man to ride his neighbors
Doukcy. The last one under the wlro nine,
Bicycle, Tricycle, and Foot RAGE,
For 00 yards, Fur Medals and a Cup,
rw All HOUSES entered for thc.e ltaeca will he
under tho control of the. Judges, uud their decision
Will bo flrt III. All Punning Races will bo nnder
tho Rnlea of the Pacific lllood-borao Association Ex
cepting a to weights. All Horses to carry a Rldtr.
All Trotting Races will bo uudirtbo Rules uf Iho
Nattoual Trotting Axoclatiou,
i No Pool Selling ou tho Park ground., .Ml
Horsetlliataio sold In J'oolswill be rukd out.
In order to reenro ai.d iu- Intaln order, nuono will be
allowed on tho track without lh Astoclatlon lladgc,
which can bu obtained ou the (Irouudi.
f.tr- IVrult. lo tralu Horses on the Park truck can
be obtalucd from Mr. H. It. Macfarlaue, Jockeys
colors must accompany Entrance fees
ALL ENTRIES TO CLOSE
Saturday, June 3rd, 1882.
Ills ul.o planned tu haeuu
EXHIBITION OF STOCK!
II. A. WIDEMANN.
E A. FIERCE.
QUI S? hicrelary.
EXTRA PRIME PORK.
TX UAltUKL.8; TCXTKA FAMILY
X. liecf, la half harrcla; Caaka Dunce's Hams, Caaea
Eastern Uacou, Cusrs California Currae, Casea rale
bank's Urd, lu 5 and 10 lb. pall.-, received Ibis da-, per
W.O. IRWIN, aud for sale by "
IS BOLLKS II CO.
BOILED T.INSEED PAINT OIL
sUw Linseed Paint Oil, Wairenled ths purw Alllclv
Lard OH. for Lubrlcallur,
Caass of Spirit Tur-
peutln. AtUuilc Lead. In liackajaaof lib, and
upwards or W lbs. l'alnl Bruihe. In naat
variety, ah oi huicu iu oc soia ai rnc
MM' 13r 12
All advertisements for Iho SarirnniT Pnc.s mnilhe
aent In by Friday noon No Insirtloni for the current
taue can he guaranteed uhu sent In later
Advrrtlaeranlll matte the iiumbir of Insertions de
aired, from which date they chargr Any hot -o matkfd
w III bo charged .1 month..
THOS. (1. TIIHl'.M. Manager
NOTES Or THE WEEK.
'litr. lily of fitiliifij will ho ilno from Iho Coast
this r. it.
Tnr.nK wan no criminal buincs-i in tho l'olico
Court on Wednesday.
Mrssns. llnllciibock nnd
on tho Cily of SyJntu,
Johuum nru uzK'ctcd
A i.Ar.or, prtihihilion mcetliiR of nativt-o was held
nt Knwniahno church on Thursday cvonlnp.
The trottor, Commodore, well hnowti In Hono
lulu, recently tuado n milo in 2.30 in Melbourne.
'liiEiute-tl.ui well horod by Mr. Arnold at Inic,
Koolau, is pronounced ono of tho best on tho
Mn. What Tattloii will p.lvo ntiothor frco orKini
recital at St. Androw'n Cathedral noxt Tncsday
Mn. T. Q. Downkci, tho cupjiiicor from Kohnl.t
who was sent to S.ut Frnuci&co for tronlmcnt, has
had an oporntlon performed on hitn nnd is tloliif;
Mr. John CAKstnv has been appointed Ouncrnl
Uuporiutcndctit of Telephones, and parties having
any difficulty with Instruments should report to
Messrs. C. E. MacrAuiANC, of tho Sun Francisco
Watp, and E. Towntond, of tho Call, went to Ha
waii on tho LlkclIU last Tuesday, to visit tho vol
enno nud other places of lulorost on that Island.
Tnn petition presented by Mr. I'rAuk Drown to
tho Legislature atklni; mi appropriation of $3,000
was for an nrteslau well nt Makui, aud tho potl
tion for n bridgo wan for ono across tho Wntma
" Wuat is it Itovlvnl ?" will bo Mr. CruUtiiVs
themo Suuday mornliiR. If tho stoamor arrives in
tituo Mr. Eli Johnson, of Brooklyn, K. Y,, will
probably deliver ono of his lectures. It not Mr.
Cruzan will deliver his rccnlar monthly sermon to
We havo received tho fourth number of The
I'lanttr nml Famitr, new monthly journal of
tropical nnd semi-tropical Agriculture published In
Onsbano, Queensland. It contains much valuablo
matter rehttinp; to cano planting nnd to nil branch
es of nirionlturo.
Tiik Auttmlm brought cloven pussiueorH to
Houoluln from tho Colonies, nud can ied twenty
eight from hero to tho Coast. Tho Ida ftclimnter
took ono passenRor to Ban Francisco, and tho TTcifcj
Acii( brought fourteen and tho II'. (7. Irtcm twclvo
from tho muno port.
Tin: balk Kalakmia nrried from San Francibco
with a mail on Wednesday, tho Jl'. O. train, with
latcrdatos, onThursdaj'.nndtho IT. ll.itcytivi.i
dates between tho othor two, yesturdny. This is
tho first mail received from tho Coast sincotho last
steamer, nnd, for a wonder, tho vessels with tho
mall wcro not tho last to aritvc.
Following is tho programmo for tho llnud Con
cert nt Emma Square this afternoon, at 1:30:
Overture Tnucrcdl , ltonsliii
Duel Trovntore Verdi
Polka Victoria Faust
Selection l'ravlala Verdi
(lavottc Our Uarllng, new Weiss
Selection Stradcll.i Flotoro
Tin: Loan Hill introduced into tho Legislature
is mi Act lo authorize n national loan of 3500,000
for tho encouragement of immigration. It pro
vides that tho Minister of Finauco shall not dis
ikso of bonds for nny sum less than their par
value; that they shall ur.iw iutorcst at 7 per coiit.;
that they shall bo paynblo in not less than ton nor
more tnun twenty years, and that tho money shall
bo applied exclusively to immigration purposes.
On Thursday ovenitii;, about 7 o'clock, a native
was rjdint; nt n rapid p;ail from tho Fish Marlcct
through tho alloy rnnnlug by tho foundry, nnd a
nativo woman who nltoraptcd to pass in front of
him was knocked down aud tho horso slopped on
her and struck htr in tho faco with ono foot, injur
ing; her condsiderably. Tho native on thn horso
stoppod n moment to seo if she was badly hurl, and
thou rodo off without offering; nny assistance.
Theiie arrived by tho Vfuloim,'lasl Wednesday,
tho "Tomistfl," a party of excellent entertainers
on a trip around tho world, who havo been expect
ed to nrrivo hero for sovoral days. Tho members
of tho troupe ato Gilbert Barony, Mirs Mario Bur
ton, John Unswoith, Eugene, Ldward Glover nnd
Houry Mehdcn. They havo an oxtensivo repertoire
from which thoy give cholco selections, nnd uro
highly spoken of bv the press iu places where thoy
huvo performed. Thoy will give thoir first per
formnnco at tho Thoatro this evening, nud thohc
who ut tend will certainly spend nu cnjoyablo time.
Gilbert Sarony, stnge malinger, brings us an oxccl
lent recommendation from a lending dramatic au
thority in Han Francisco, and wo cau say that no
ono will rcgrcthaving been entertained forncouplo
of hours by their wit, humor and songs.
Tut: btcainship Austnilhi arrived from the Colo
nics ou Monday morning, nnd remained ut the
wharf -until after 7 r. m., discharging nnd taking lu
cargo. She carried n few pnssougors f 10m Honolulu,
but a largo number who wished to go could not, nil
spaco being required to nccommodato the passou
gers from Australia. Somo who wished to tako
passage in tua c.iuin nan to tauo uertus iu tuo
steerngo, aud wo heard of ono person who paid
f ISO premium torn cabin paosago, nud anothor who
intid $11. It Is said that all tho state-rooms of
tho noxt stoamor wero engaged boforo tho .tiMfrnfin
loft. If Iho now lluo is not put on soon, whnt will
tho people of Honolulu do ? About tho only good
received from tho P. M. S. S. Co.'s vessels at pres
ent is tho mall Heme. Wo hopo nomo kind of n
chaugo will bo niado speedily.
Follow iso is tho iccord of tho l'olico Court
proceedings for tho week : Dick Edwards, drunk
eunoBs, forfeited :G bail; Ioano, nstnult nud bat
tery on Fred Hammon, noltt prosequi ontored by
prosecution; Blla, malicious mischief, nolle prose
ipit entered by prosecution; John Howe, larceny of
a watch, sonteuoed to six. mouths imprisonment nt
hard labor nud lined $10, costs $1,110: Young Gnui,
driving over bridge faster than n walk, oi7 j-cic
qui entered by prosecution; Young Gam, driving
expross without a license, fined S25, costs $1; John
Ludlvioulky, dnuikenncss, forfeited ?C bail; Clm.s
Bolaboln, threatening assault, nolle troiequl en
tered by prosecution; Alible, common nuisance,
fined 20, costs 93.20; Joseph Moran, drnnkcuuess,
fined a)5, costs 1; Jns. MoDado, druukonucss, for
feited ?G hall; Ah l'hart, iibsault nud battery ou
Horn liong, fined $'J, costs $1; Autouo Silva, as
sault nnd battery ou Kti Sam, nolle prosequi en
tered by prosecution; Oil! Williams, drunkenness,
forfeited sJOball; Ah Chow, assault and battery ou
KrIaiiI w.. n'oa tiroieoitt outered I v liroAoruthni!
Geo. Knhaalna, larceny of sugar, iwllttirowjul en
tered by prosecution, Civil ltccord. T. It. Foster
vs. Joelo, deserting bound service, defuudant or
dcrod to returu to employer, costs $3; Loong Tong
vs. Lan Kan, action of trespass, damage S?50t judg
ment for defendant, costs S7.7&; appealed to Inter
mediary Court. Illpgins & Jerteti mi. J.W.Ha
mauku, action of Assumpsit for $125, defendant
confesses jadgueut, cobts 3. T. It. Foster vs.
Keau, deserting bound service, defendant ordered
lo return to employer, coats $3.
A coiuiEuroNDUcr write from Hnkitlntt Our
port presented a lively appe.uanco last week, hay
ing tho steamor Llktlile and throo schooners nt
anchor. Tho Uktllkt took on 1, 100 bags of sugar
in eighteen houra. Tho lohoonets Malolo, Uhollho
nnd itaiy Potter balled Tuesday With about 6,000
more. Tho I'rlnee has BAlIcd tlnce nud there is
still nomo sugar left. Tho weather Is, showery,,,..
Tho Ladies Social Aid Society, of Kohnlu, guve it
supper and entertainment nt tho Drniuntio Hall,
iu Kaiuplhi, ou tho evening of tho 4lh iust. The
tables were bountifully spread with over) thing
good. Alio woatner was propitious, ana ovcryuoay
seemed to enjoy themselves. The leu cream
freezers wero kept busy nud seemed to bo appre
ciated. There wns tnuslc by Mrs. K. O. Bond, nnd
Mr. nud Mrs. Haj widen, accompanied by Mr.
Hivi;ii, nud two H-ciUtioua by Mr. Oay from Wni
tuea. The whole was ended by nu nuctiou sulo of
what remained lu tuo lino ol o.ituLles. It 14 Salu
that the prisccedd, rt littlo over (00 net, were to be
presented by thu ladles tu tho wife of tho pastor,
Mrs. ti. II. Smith, .ltenlon, Hireu & Co., of
Kniopihi havo had several auction .ilts ths past
wcekortno, of thdr grocory aud general supply
store, with n view of closing out. rurchasersuro
Mid tu havo pude good bargains theru iu grocer
ies.. ...A Tory serious nccldeutoccured nt wnlnkon
ou Friday oi laat week. On tho evoniug of that
day an unusually largo uumber of plantation
bauds, about forty, got ou the tho car on which
they had been iu the habit of ridiug home down a
track of considerable grade, nnd as thoy nllowod
it iu ua too fa-'it It soon uot under such headway
that ibey were unablo to stop or check it. Tho
car finally Jumped the truck nnd threw tho uivu oal
in a rocky spot. Ouo Chinaman wo killed nl.
most luauutly and about half of the number wero
more or lean injured. Oua Portuguese had Uia leg
brekas abort tb kuee aud uuothar Uborar bail
his knee dislocated. Mo,t of tho men recclvrd
slight injuries nnd wcro abla to remimo work tho
HvrcnruY, May 0, M
Minutes read mid approved.
Mr. Aholo moved lc reconsider his resolution in
regard to supplying; nowsitniiers for tho memuors,
by includinp; all Iho Honolnlnweekllos and dailies.
A petition was presented from Mnkawao, that
a loan of $10,000,000 bo not authorized by tho Ir
Islatnre; and ono from liana, that thoAmcmbly bo
authorized to contract n loan of $10,000,000.
Mr, Gibson moved that tho I'inauco Conuultteo
bo authorized to expend if.'flO for examination of
public accounts by exports.
The Minister of tho Interior anpporlcd tho mo
tion. Sir. C. 11. llishop doubled if Hitch Invcstitm
Hon by nn oiert would riicdttn maltors. Mr.
Nanahl opixwed tho resolution. Motion was car
Mr. llishop gnunotleo of his Intention lolutro
dnce a Hill atucndlup; Sections Vi nnd Z'G at tho
Ciyll Code, relative to patents.
Tho Judiciary Committee reported on tho ietl
Hon from Molokal, that tho election of Heprescut
atlvcs Kupilicn nnd Nakelekn bo declared null nnd
void, disapproving; tho lietitiuu. ltcport ndopted.
.Mr. Knuai Introduced a resolution that ?lfl.000
bo inserted iu tho Appropriation IIUI for n Clov
ernment building of Hon, to bo elected ou Knunl.
, I)r. J. Mott Smith read, llrst time, n Hill lo nbol
Mr. Nnwahi moved that tho Hill bo rpjectcd.
Dr. Smith Bpoko in Its favor.
Mr. Nawnhl oppocd it strongly.
Mr. Widemann favored itspassaKe,
Mr. Uibson thought tho law should be amended.
Hill passod to second readlnc.
.Mr. Knnlukou p:ao notlco oflils intention lo In
troditco an Act relrvtitiR to the Oath of Allegiance!
also of Iho Introduction of Acts nmondltiK noctlon
3, Chapter 10 of Session Ijws of 18S0, and Section
3, Chapter W, of tho rotial Codo.
'Clip resolution asking for 25,000 lo defray tho
oxponscH of tho Legislature rend third llnio nml
Honso ndjonrucd nt IS :i.
Monday, May 8lh, lBdl'.
The niiuntts ut provlotii day weroiond nud con
From Mnkaw no, that tho poll tax bo reduced to
From Mnkawao, that tho ncoplo who havo no
children suall pay 75 cents only, for school tax.
From Hnua, that natlvu Hnwaiians shall not bo
required to work on Saturdays.
ntronTs or committees.
Gov, .1. O. Dominis roimrtcd tho bill for g'-OOO
for eieiibcs as bciitR signed by His Majesty.
Mr. Knlua road for tho first time, an Act relating
to tho nale of Government Lands.
Mr. KaluA mured that tho Postmaster Ucneral
bo requested to furnish fnrthor details rccaidinp;
expenditures from April, I860 to July With, 1831.
Also, that tho Minister of tho Interior bo re
quested to lay boforo tho House, tho lease botwoeii
Allen Herbert and tho Government, and also be
tween Or. McGrow and tho Government, for tho
Hawaiian Hotel: nud why tho hotel was leased
privately Instead of putting tho Bnmo up to public
Mr. Frank Jlrtnru moved that 1,000 bo appro
priated for a Court Hotiso nt Ewn. Laid ou tho
That tho Book of Sanitary Instructions written
by Walter Murray Gibson bo usod as n common
rending book in schools. Hef orrcd to tiio Hoard of
onnu'i or the day.
Fiual readiugof a bill creatine; Mahukoun n port
of entry. The bill waB road anil passed.
Tho llouao adjourned nt 11 n. in.
Tuesday, May Dth, 188'.'.
Tho IIouso met
ut iu a. in.
Minutca read nud
Tho following petitions wcro presented:
From Hnualiii, Kauni, that Iho tax on property
real nud personal in that district bo reduced ono
half. By tho member from Koua Hint tho IIouso ba
not nnthorized to negotialo u 10,000,000 loan.
That Hamakun bo divided into two districts.
Laid on tablo till bill carrying tho name into effect
That Government grant two Awa licenses lu dis
trict of Makawao. Laid ou table till nu Act bo
introduced making samoa law.
That Queen street, Honolulu, bo extended from
tho Fish Market to join King street beyond tho
From Huualel, that tho Government erect hos
pitals on tho different islands.
From South Konn, Hint parents having live or
nioio children living, bo exempt from personal
From 1'uua prnying that importation of laborers
from foreign countries bo carefully watohed.
From Kohain, praying that tho Government
Physician in that district bo discharged nud that
Dr. Hagcu bo appointed tu his place, ltcforred
back with u recommendation that it bo presented
to tho Hoard of Health.
That tho resolution providing for tho translation
nnd printing of tho Master aud Servant's Act, iu
Hawaiian bo taken from tho table. Carried, nud
after debate resolution adopted.
H. K. Kaai givoa notice of his Intention to iutro
duco nn Act controlling importation of Chinese.
Tho Judiciary Committco report iu favor of tho
indefinite postponement of tho petition from
Mnkawao, praying thut unsurvcyed luilcaiiua bo
That Seo. 3., Chapt. ! of tho Final Codo bo
nmouded, also to amondSec. 2, Chapt. 10 of tho
RosRlnn Laws of 1880.
From Hanalei, amending Section II 10 of the
Act to nmoud Section 780 of the Civil Codo rend
first tiuio. . .
Hy 8. K. Kuni, that tho Miuislor of tho Interior
bo censured for leasing tho Hawaiian Hotel con
trary to Inw. After considcr.iblo dobnto, it wns
moved and carried that tho Honso go into commit-
too or tuo wuoio at i o ciock, to cousiucr mo mntter,
and that the Sergeant at Arms bo requested to
bring before tho ilouso till witnesses summoned.
That tho Sorgeaut at Arms bo directed to f uruidh
each Member of the IIouso with :KX two-cent
Mr. Knuiiiuunuo gavuuoticoof nu Act lclatiug
to public health.
Mr. S. K. Kanl usked fur tho repot t on tho Hotel
uot yet returned to the Assembly,
Mr. Knunninnno gave uotico of nu Aot tu amend
Scotiou 1, Chapter 01 of tho l'cual Codo.
Hesolved, that 80,000 bo appropriated for irrl-
5ntiouiu Hamakun. lteforrcd to Committco ou
'nblio Lauds and Internal Improvements.
Notice of au Aot to amend Scetlou 1, Chapter 17
of Sesslou Lawn of 1878.
The JIouss) adjourned until 1 r. it.
IIouso met at 1 r. u nnd went iulo Commlttcu
of tho Wholo, with J, O. Dominis in tho Chair, to
consider tho resolution Introduced by H. K. Kanl,
directing that the Minister of tho Intorior bo cen
sured for leasing tho Hawaiian Hold contrary to
Mr. l'ilipo moved that tho Houso bo requested to
refer tho matter to u select committco.
Dr. J. Mott Smith moved to amend by author
izing tho House to send for nil necessary porsous,
papers nnd evidence regarding tho ease. Adopted.
Committco rose and tho l'rcnidout resumed his
chair. Mr. Dominis reported recommendation of
committee ltcport adopted.
Tho mien woro susccuded. nnd Mr. I'll I do nomi
nated Nobles J. Mott Smith and H. A. Wldomumt
and Representatives J. L. Knnlukou, J. W. Knlua
nnd L. Aholo to bo members of that counulttoe.
After amendments and considerable debate, tho
names of L. Abolo nnd J. Mott Smith wcro sub
stituted for O. W. l'ilipo nud S. K. Kani, and tho
parties nominated wtro chosen to composo tho
Under suspension uf tho rales, J. 1 Knnlukou
offered n resolution requesting thoMinlstor to fur
nish tho committee with thn dcoleiou of thu Su
preme Court under which ho nctod wheti disposing
of the lento of thu Hotel without offering the same
J. M. Kapeua moved that the rewilutlou bo re
turned to tuo member who introduced it ns it waa
The Miuuter of the Interior moved to amend
Mr. Kaulukou's resolution by calling for tho argu
ment made before tho Supremo Court in supjwrt
of his action to be presented to tho Conuultteo
with thu decision of the Court.
Amendment aim original resolution lost mid 11 r,
Kapcun's motion carried,
House adjourned to 10 u. iu. to-morrow.
Wkunda. Muy 10, lb82.
Tho IIouso met al 10 a. m., when ycsterdayM
minutes wero read nud npprovcd,audtho following
petition presented nud committed;
'I hat tho Government glvo two acres of laud to
families with a large number of children.
That n bridge be built over the llnnalcl strtnin,
That nil Konlhikis fishing be thrown ojeutotho
That 3,0U0 bu appropriated for an artesian well
That fl&,000 be appropriated for u court hotiso
nud Jail nt Hookeaa, South Koua.
Mr. Frank Hrowu gave notlco of Intention tu
Introduce a BUI to aiueud Section 2, Chapter hi of
the laws of 1876 relating to tariff.
Mr. I'alohtu read ft Hill to amend Section 1, Chap
ter 7. Ordered to sjooud rendlug.
Mr. Alwoht introduced a Dill to amend Section
Ktt of tho Civil Code.
That Ihu MiuUtvr uf Fiuauuo y reouested to
prepare nUUmont of kind aud amount of taxes
IKMU uv people ui vartoug uauouaiuius.
Mr, Kamakele gave nolloo of in tout ion to Intro-
auoe a mil to amsxia bcmou w or isiu.
Mr. Htultk movsHl for the second readini of his
Hill toaboUabCiwtoiu IIouso paxporl system. Ho
I (soke to tho uaosllou, tu Com raitteoof the Wholo,
I oi irlnying tM Ant sacUon, ahowlng the abwrd-
Ityand mlchicvottsucssof tho existing svstem nnd
tho stain it casts nxm national ctvtliintfbn.
Mr. Nnkaleka moved for tho section's indefinite
postponement, on tho ground that tho law prevent
ed foreigner, who married natives, from deserting
their spouses. Tho subject liclng again considered
in tho nllernoon, Messrs. Nawahl and Knnlukou
siko in tho negative, and .Messrs. HUhon, Gibaon
nud Aholo for nmciulment. Tho coinmlltcc'a r
(Hirt uf progress wns ncceptcd.
TrtunsDAT, May II, letW.
Minutes of preceding day were rend nnd con
From Makawno, that the allowance to His Jlajes
ty bo reduced to $ll,np0. llcfcrrcil to tho Commit
tco un Finance,
From Honolulu, by Hun. W. M. Gibson, that the
Importation and sale of opium bo licensed in Hon
olulii, signed by 10 Chinese firms. Referred to tho
From lillo,that tho present restriction nu opium
bo enforced. Referred to Judiciary Committee,
From North Koua. that no licnuso for thn salt of
opium bo nllowcd. Referred lo Judiciary Commit
tee From Hanalei, that horses bo taxed according to
their value. Laid on tho tablo until n Hill, similar
in elfcct, is introduced.
From Hilo. Hint laws will be enacted prohibiting
tho snlo of liquors to all nationalities. Referred
to Committee on Commerce.
From Hllo, flint f'JO.tXO bo appropriated for
roads nnd bridges in that district. Referred to
Committco on I'ublio Lands nnd Internal Improve
ments. From I'nna, that great attention 1m paid to thn
health of tho nation, ltcfcrrcd to the Sanitary
From liana, that flvo young Hawaiians be sent
to tho United States to study medicine. Referred
to tho Committco on IMncntiuti.
From liana, that tho Government establish n
dispensary for medicine nt Klpnhuhi, Mnni. lte
forrcd to tho Snnltnry Coiutultteo.
From Honolulu, that ?2.MK) bo appropriated for
tho Kamthamehaltoad. itof erred to tho Commit
tco ou I'ublio Lands and Internal Improvements,
nrroivrs or lommiitkes.
Gov. J. O. Dominis reported the Hill making
Makttkona n port of entry ns signed by His
Tho Miuiator of Fltianco read for tho first time,
by lis tltlo only, tho Appropriation Hill forbUnnUl
period ending Mnrch ill, 1881. Hill ordered to be
Air. Nnl.ookoo moved that ?',000 bo inserted In
Appropriation Hill for a wharf nt Kahulul. To bo
considered with tho Appropriation Hill.
'iho .Minister of tho Interior read for the first
timu mi Act to anthorizan national loan for the en
couragement of Immigration.
This act is lo nnlhorizo tho Minister of tho In
terior, by and with tho coiiBont of tho Cabinet
Council, to borrow, on behalf of tho Government,
tho sum of SJMXJ,000, and issuo bonds for ths tame.
'1 lio loan of 188L', nnd tho brfnds shall bo redeemed
in not less than ten aud not mora than twenty yean
from tho ilnto thereof . Thnratoof interest to be
7 per cont. per iinuuui. Tho said bonds shall, at
maturity thoroof , nnd thu interest of tho said bonds
rih.tll, bo paid In gold colli of tho United States.
Thin Hill wns ordered to bo printed.
Sir. Kaulukou read, for tho first time, au Act re
lating to tho Oath of Allegiance, amending Sec
tions V23, 4'."J of tho Civil Code. Ordered to bo
Air. Haupu read for the first time all Aot to
amend Section I'.W of tho Civil Codo. relating to
taxation, road supervision and oducatiou.
Dr. .Smith rend for tho first timu nu Act to abol
Mr. Kauai gave uotico uf his intention to intro
duce n Hill tu nmend Section 1, Chapter Kl of tho
Mr. Frank Broun gnvo notice of his intontion tu
introduce a Hill tu amend Section S, Chapter 1V of
tho l'ennl Code, rotating lo Sunday laws.
Mr.Nakookoo gavo uotico of his Intention to in
troduce a Hill to amend Section 1, Chapter 20 of
tho Session Laws of 187C.
Mr. Kamakvlo gavo uotico of his intention to In
troduce a bill to amend Sec. 480 of the Civil Coda,
relating to Foil Tax.
Mr. Richardson gave notico of his intention to
introduco n bill to nmoud Sec. 780 of tho Civil
Codo, nud to nmend Chapter 28 of tho Session
Laws of 1871.
Air, Hush gavo uotico of his intention to intro
duce n bill to regulalo tho ubo of water from Arte
Mr. Nnkookoo moved that 92000 bo appropriated
for u market at Wniluku. Tu be considered with
tho Appropriation Hill.
Mr. Nakaloka moved that tho Attornoy General
glvo au opinion logarding tho rights of tenants of
Oiumu or the Day.
Second rending of au Act relating to tho salo of
government lands. Referred to a special commit,
tec. Tho Chairman appointed Air. Knltui, Dr. J.
Alott Smith, tho Attorney Genornl, J. E. Hush nud
Second reading of au Act tu amend Sec. 2, Chap.
10 of sesiion lawH of 1880.
Mr. Cleghorn moved that this bill bo referred to
tho Judiciary Committco.
Air. Aholo moved that it pass to engrossment.
Carried. Tu bo read n third time on Monday next.
Second reading of nu Act to amend Seo. tl, Chap.
22 of tho l'cnul Code, relating to nrsou.
Mr. l'alahau moved that it pass to engrossment.
Air. C. It. Hishop moved that It bo referred tu tho
Judiciary Committco. Carried.
Second reading of nn Act to nmoud Sec. Hl'J of
tho Civil Code.
Air. Knulukou moved tlmt It bo referred to n se
lect committee. Tho President nppolnted Messrs.
I'nlohau, Widomaun, Aholo, Llllknlunl and the
Second reading of an Act to nmoud Seo. 780 of
tho Civil Codo, relating tu number of Representa
tive;). On motion of Air. Kultin it was roferrod tu a
committco uf nine two from Uawuii, two from
Alaui, to include Molokal nnd Laiial, two from
Oalm, ono from Kauai and two Noble.
Tim PrnHldeut ntmointud Messrs. l'iliuu aud Ai-
wohi, Hawaii; Kaiunaud Richardson, Maui; Gib
son uud AInhoc, Oahu; I'nlohau, Knuai; Bishop and
Second reading of nn Act tu amend Sec. 1, Chap.
7 of session laws of 1878.
Hofcrrod to tho following committee: Messrs.
Knlua, Frank Hrowu, Kamakele, I'nlohau and
Tho Minuter of tho Interior read for the first
timo nu Act to providoforndditiounl voting places,
by amending Sec. 782 of the Civil Codo.
Dr. J- Alutt Smith moved that thu Bill tu nbol
ish pisriporls bo mndo tho order of the day for
Jlondny noxt. Carried.
Tho IIouso adjourned al 1.1.1 r. m.
Fbiu, May 12,1881.
From Alnknw uu, that tho salaries of Miniate ra
bo reduced tu (10,000 for tho twu years. Referred
tu Committee of Judiciary.
From Molokal, that $2,000 bo appropriated for
it wharf nt Kauiuikakal. lteforrcd to Commlttae
uu I'ublio Lauds and Internal Improvement.
From Hnim, that English boarding school bo
established Iu each luxation district throughout
tho Kingdom. Referred tu Conuultteo ou Educa
.Mr. Kauai, from Waimeu, Knuai, rend for thu
first time nu Act to amend Section 1, Chapter Ki
of thu l'ennl Code. This bill relate to reward to
bo paid to constables.
Air. Nnkookoo road fur the first time an Act U
amend Section 1, Chapter 20, Hcssslou Law of
Air. Jlnhoo rond for tho first timu uu Act to
mnond Section 1071 B. of tho Session Iws of 1W0
relating to tho practlco uf law ; nlso Section 3071
C. Session Laws of 1878. Also to repeal Section
107U of tho Civil Codo.
Air. Kumakelo read for thu first time uu Act tu
ropcal Section 1, Chapter IKI of tho HcmIoii Law
Air. Nnwalii moved that sJfi.OUO bo upproptiatttd
fur assisting tho Hilo Boarding Schoolfor. two
ensuing years. Referred to Commit o ou Educa
Air. Knnlukou gavo notice of an Act to atutmd
Section 2, Chaptor 7 of Session Law of ltWJ
relating to jurisdiction of l'olico Courts iu causes
of aggravated assaults.
Mr, Gardner moved that s)2,000 bo Inserts! in
tho Appropriation Hill for bridge over atraatua at
Nahiku, Hiinawal nud Kcannu in the dUtrict of
OniiKti or tiik Day.
Second rending of n bill to ubolish peddling
licenses. Consideration poslpoued.
Second randlng of nu Act to ameud Section i'JH
uf the Civil Codo relating to taxation, road sotr
vising nud education in the several district
throughout tho Kingdom.
Air. Widomaun moved that this bill bu referred
to thu same oommlttoo uf ulu a the bill ratal g
tu elections. Carried.
The House aujourucd at 11 A. u.
bKAxax's Iliruti llev H V Damon, Chaplain, Klai
street, urar the Hallor.' Home. Preaching at II a a,
heats free. Mabbjth Hchool before the morning arnica.
Player ieHus;oo Wcduoiday evenings at Tf o'clsxck
of fort and lleretanla streets. I'lcacblua sa Niiaslay.
at II a M and "IS r SabbatU Hchool at 10 ah.
Ht AMBnaw'aC'ATiuvsui English .Frrlces i Kl Htv
lbs Ulabop of Honolulu aud Hev Tb Blukbura. Ma.
uallau aervleui Itev Alex Maeklntoah. . , Maly
CoiniaunloniVi', Matins ami Hrrinon (llalla) II.
Matins, Litany aud riermon (EnglclaU)i i, EvsMa
(Hawaiian) i T.flu, Eitn.onj and lisnuvu (Kafltok).
Roman Oatikhio Ciii'iiLU-Vnder lb ckaraa f It
ltv IllahopMalgret.aaslaUd by lUv Bishop Met aaai
Fori street, near llerelaula. Bvnltea every ahtasWy at
10 Hand 3 rat,
KAViUiuoCuoncu Iter II II Parker, Pailor, Klai
street.above the I'al.ce. Hrrtltta In MawaUaa avtry
nuuoay.ai u am. naooaiu bcbooi ai iu a. aitaiul
aervlreaat7ti o'clock, alierusltas; with Kaauaakaa4TI,
Ut.lrlcl ueetlnzs la various chapels al tUat r M.t, ffayat
uitt'llug every W'xlnasday at Hi r at.
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