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ny e. r. adams,
Sale of Stores !
Ex Stmr. Monarch,
On Ttiosdn. TV,
.it. si; i in -AT
BREWER'S WHARF !
At II in,. will b' -old at Public Auction
THE FOLLOWING STORES
I IIOM Till: STKAMKIt MONAHCII
(i Ciisrs (IiihuiiIIhIi Toliiicto, :i!r IJis;
ITifrc H- f.iiOllbs. each t'JICwt. Stork ''I'b
Hsrrelf Pork. 30 lb each i 0 Barrel l'loiir.
I Krg' Tunny I'lsh.TOIbs. melt; II Hsi Bean-
H lisrs (Irouml Coffee. 113 I In orb.
I ( ask Oronnil Coffer, JO I b;
H Barrels Sugar, l lbs eseh,
I Tin Pepper, ii lbs each i
'. Casks unci I Jar l.nnl. 4j0 lb tai li ,
! Casks Vinegar, W gills each;
I Citk Vlncgir, 13 cilln: 17 Ca I.lmt Jnler. 1 .1? en
I Mot Snan. 1 12 lbs; Hi if. CondciiiMl Milk,
I Caddies Ten. 73 lbs; W Bags Kavy Bread,
HI Unci ltlcr.'.MIIbscaeh; lilbsTallonr Candles.
I Box l'r Soup Hour, I'i Sack Corn Flour,
1 1 aik Oatmeal, 331 lbs; a Sacks Patent Barley.
3 Hack (troats, 3 Hacks Sago. 1 Sacks Tapioca,
.1 Sacks Arrowroot
1 ICIWIjINSKKD JHWI.S, t0 His;
Ida Extract Beef. ,
boxen Carbolic Acl'l Powder, W Ibn each'
10 discs IM.KSKI.VKIJ POTATOKS
M POINDS EACH.
3 3-4 Dozen ICorn Brooms,
Half Dozen Scrub Ilrushc a l.ul of
EMPTY CASKS, BAGS, AC
I! P ADAMS All' t r
GASOLINE MACHINES !
On Saturday, June 17th,
At U o'clock m at Salesroom, Immediately
after the saloof the llootb premise
niiiii in: mom.
One Gasoline laehii.e,
Including all connections, Piping, und
2 LARGE CHANDELIERS,
In Hie EMPIIIE SALOON.
li. I'. AIiAJIS. Aiu-'lr.
ON . .
Saturday, June 17th, 1882.
At V! o'clock iiudii, nl Sales Iloom, will be Hold
That certain piece of Land
in Manoa, Oahu,
lleluiiKiu:: to .Mrs. Xawaa Joseph, and ilo-trlbt-n in
Itoyal Patent '.'597 as Apulia S.
Elua Loi mo Kula ma Halolona,
Four Kalo Patches with Kulu Land,
And contalnliis an nren uf !5-lU0lhs of an acre
I!. I. AIIA.1IS, Aui-'tr.
ON KULAOKOHUA PLAINS
I am Instructed bydldeou West, i:.. looflir
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 17,
at 13 M. at Sales ltoom, that
CERTAIN PIECE OF LND
ON LUNALIO STREET.
With Buildings thereon
AMI liMIHX .h I'AIIIVIIIW,
AX1 SOW OCCUl'IlIli HY 3(r. M. MUST.
The Lot has u fruutaK" uf US feet and a depth of
about &W feet. Tho houio Is ipilto new, with conven
lent out'liouscs. atablc. hen house, etc. Also, will be
sold, tho dcMranlu building lot adjolnlnj; above ou the
corner of Pemacoln and Luualllo Ma. IW feet on I.H
nalilo and lbH feet ou l'cnacola Street. Aleo, lot num.
Iiered :H1 mi lioveriimcnl Map ou Pcniacolo atreit MiM
feet by :ui feet.
H. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
JNO. FOWLER & CO.
Lo eds, England, nro prepared to
FURNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steel Portable Tramways,
With or without Cars and l.ocomolhfi,
.Specially atluptetl for Sugar I'luiitatiotis i
L'ernnmeiU Unilwiiye, with locomothe.i mid earn,
Traction KncineH anil Jtontl Jiocumutlvcii,
Hteiuii l'loncnlnK aud Culthntin(t MncUiucry,
J'ortablo KiiRlnea for nil imrposca,
"Winding Eiiginea for lucliuca.
Calalosues with lllustratloris. Models, and l'hoto
craphs of the abmc lMauts and Machinery may bo seen
at Ue oftlces of the undcrHRned.
W. I,. CltEENand
II. W. MACF.MILANH A. CO.
31 Aaeuta for Jno. VowlcrA. Co.
aTTpersons seeking employment
AND Alii, I'AUTIKS JUT11KU l
llonmuo. at any of the Islands In IhuUroup
In Want of Employees
Will please make their wauta known to the under
tgucd, whn ulll do all In their power to All their orders.
P. U. JDXKH. Jr. 1
.1 II. ATIIKItTtiS. ) Kimilojiiuut Ooramllleu
11. V. DILMNOIIAM. J V. M. 0 A MeW Cm
AN IMPORTANT QUESTION.
MULES FOB SALE !
15 Fine Mules For Sale,
To nrrivo por "Lady LampBon,"
I.V'''""' C lll.BWUH.HO
PER W. G. IRWIN,
rOlsI)KX GATK FJsOUlt, KlilHv
X isdo Flour. Graham Vlour.O.sl Meal, Corn Meal.
frackid Wheat. Jiul at Hand, aud for bait i.y
III LlsrQ At i- J
' A Ull, a AMI lO Lit. VMl-ti. UIMH 1MIJ
L. Pork, Hal, U. .ggjfcATiu.,.
TltlllUATION' AJTBU THIS 1UVVK
X Is strictly prohibited, citept between t he honruf
ttlult.su.,nisilluUp.lH. U. II. VllKKTH.
Aiinroxeili tjuperlnteiideutof Water Works
'(Ulzuttll H A P. C'iin, Minister of lliltrlor. .
ifuuululu. April ll)tb.lbl bW altt
Wailuku Poi Factory.
nvsT niTAMWY OP 1'AIAI MAN-
Jj ttfaunj constantly, All ord '1J "' dl-
FOJt SAN I'MIANCIHC'O
The flu. I ili..r Uaik
Will have UuickDispntch for thca1iovouort
I'"f IV Mil nr a .i.'i applj In
IW ',rt TIIKO II DAMI.H.JU'u At.-lit-
Oceanic Steamship Comp'y
VOi SAN KKANCISCO. !
THE PAST SAII.I.NO
Will lie Dae Hi this Tort on the lali
to 10th Intl., and
Will lmvo Quick Dispatch for the above port.
I nr frel -h' or paf sire apply to
' OT W O IttWINAlO. Agents.
Snantir l.ikelll.c mil leave Honolulu roch Tuesday
at I r. !., touching at Lahalna, Msulacn Day, Makena,
Mahukonn, Kawalhae, Laupahorhne anil II Ho.
Iletnrnlng ulll touch at all the above port, striving
at Honolulu each Snnday a.
err A Credit fur I'nesnire .Monrj. Till
We positively refuse t opsn account for Passages,
ami we particularly call the attention of Ibc traveling
pnlille to the neces slly 01 having Baggage and I rclght
plainly marked; Ibe Steamer will not be responsible
tornny unmarked Baggage, or for weight or Parcels
unless HiTclilril mi.
Freight Money Dae ou Domand,
In all cases of frrleht for nattlt not rcanonntblr. nr
unknown, the freight money will be required In advanco
IMt'l(,llli;s ol I. KHIOItS mill MI.i:ri Jllfl
in; i'i.aini.v .m.iiici:ii
I'orlhc party whom they arc for, or plainly Mated in the
receipt in whom they nr contlgned.
All demands for damage or loss must be made nlthlu
In no way liable for Iocs or accident to t Mock.
fsf Hack Driven, Hoys, and fuch like, will not lie
allowed on board the Steamer ou arrival, until after tbo
paufcnscrs have bt n landed.
WJ WILDKlt A. CO.
AOENT rOKTIIK 10IA0WIN0 COAbTRHSi
Wiillolo, r Mfllolo
Wnloll. Mb JnHa
"Wnioliu, AW1 Wnimnhi.
Gen, SIcroI cjkJita, Knlnnn,
n.ACl- ltd with While Hall. Ofllcc Comer iifiueci.
SM and Mniiann btrccta. 1
PLANTERS LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C, Grower A. Co
Mcrchainllfrr. rrrrivnl Stiirtiiri I'rri'.M-
anu liberal cash adiances made on shipments bylh's
lie. tsii iv a nnr.u'Kii .
Tin: i,.it(ii:vr ami .mosi-
FOUND IN HONOLULU !
We arc Constantly In Itecclpl of
Fresh. Supplies !
Most Reliable Mamiiacturors
i.v 'run iiniti:intati:h.
P. Lorrillad & Co.'s
Tin Tag Tobaccos,
Vanity Fair Tobacco and
tSErjy. xx c3L Other .'a
- -A 10
- - AND
Bi'iai Z3ix3ei9, ctoc, ebo
Hollister & Co.
WIioIi'uiiIdiiiiiI ltctn.il Tobuccuiilhlb.
so nii it ami Nrm:i:r.
DRUGS m II him I MS!
Largest Stock and Most
In tho Hawaiian Islands.
As the srrater portion of our Stock Is obtained from
first hands wo arc enabled to
Only the Best Qualitv.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
J. C. AYER COMP'Y., LOWELL, MASS.
( ro n I'erluHiciv Co, 1Midon.
PARKE, DAVIS Ac CO.,
Homeopathic Medicine Co., New York.
Gr. Gr. G-reen,
WOOUHUllY, N J ,
Aiit,MiJ)t Flowurs and flunnuii Syrup
CELLULOID TRUSSES !
Wai tallied not lo Ituttl UteaWI nr Wear out.!
Carefully prepared by au eiperlcuced Pbaiiuulst
nt any hour oflhe lilshl or day. at
HQUISTill & CO.'S
Wholesale & Retail Druggists,
6ii au NUUANU bT S"
Billiard Tabic For Sale,
IX UEUVECr OltnUH. HTIlAllIiK
l.t HlOllESraskci l'Uslsu A Colku Jrr cu.hlou
eustblu bnl, Voi nartleularsinqalre al
S5 COIIMEIICIAL BlLI.IAItt) PABLOBS
UARI.KY, URA COHX,
I Who eat and lUy per
u. u. aiurray" sn4 ll"W.
grille by H0LL88 & Co,
' J,.-llt'Mi JhftiW 4lfaT.MWf .
BR Air MEN'S
ja lit ,
iU 4 I
Pi'ices of Cartage :
ON AND AFTER MAY I,
The foll'inin ; IMtlCKH will be Chatted
On All Sugars, Rico, Coals, 1oobc&
bagged; Iron, Machinery &
e- CAItrAlr,-On All iiKara and Hid. ulll be
') tli. pir ton of 20C0 lbs. within the following bounda
ries I'AitAiiA tVAiti.imrni:, Mri:.3ii:ifM
Nllllll unit the C1TV IltOM . on a llncof the above
n mul Warehouse alto, Utll.1I imi:t Kit A Co.'
wiiAJtr'ioT.ii'.ri i! .MAititirr tviiAitr
from lplauadc to the Queen Htrect Wharr, T,; rtf.
All Mimar and Illco to bo Ilcllreri.il on Iho Wharf, and
NOT ON THE VESSELS' RAILS AS FORMERLY: OR IF DE
LIVERED ON THE VESSELS' RAILS 37 1-2 CIS- PER TON
Coal, bapKfd.ST'ic per Ion, SJIO lb..
Coal, loose, 60c per ton, --IU lb., or any part
I.nls of Co.il over Ml ton. Wc per ton.
Cartlnc and l'lllnr; Coal, per agreement.
Uriel:, lircucil, $.W per i.
I.lnie, 37Hc per load.
Cement, x lie per load.
McrchaudUo to llonil. JJlic per single losd.
Krom llond, 60c per slnsle load.
Molassia.371.se per single load.
Oeneral Mcrchandl.e to the Island yicameu and
Schooners, 60c. per alnclc load,
(Icucral Merchandlte, exclusive of Iho abmc, 07;jc
per load or ton, Includlnc the followlni; bound
nr leu ; llcretaula, Alakcn and Mannakea bis.,
and City Front.
Iron and Machinery, 50c per tnn or loid.
Extra Machinery and fates, per agreement.
Lumber. Wc per M.
Posts. 'Ac each.
HhliiKlcs.tOciier 10 M.
Hubblsh and lllrt. 6"c per single load.
llo.it', 70c each.
Illack Sand, per special agreement.
White cainl, S" 60 per slnslc load.
Wood, 60c per cord.
Kurnltnrc, per agreement.
From the City Front to any of the
Following Places :
Kul, nl blreet, 60c perainsle load.
School Street, between Einmn and llride, T5c per
Walplula, second bridge, $1 per silicic load.
Jndil Street. Sl.COner alntrla load.
Ice Works, 2 60.
I.clco and School Hlttets, 1 per slnslc load.
l'uuuul, $J per single load.
Koholaloa, Jl per single load,
Kakaakao, SI ucr slnilc load.
Alapals, (I'alama). S1.60 per sIiikIc load.
Waller's, Kallhl, 1 per slnclc load.
I'auoa, $J.60 per slnclc load.
I'auaa, 31.6Upcrlni,'lc load.
1'itnabou, J2 per single load.
Insane Asylum, $3.60 per sinjlo load.
Alapal (l'nlaras), $1.60 per single load.
To Govt Ponder Mazazlnc-.SS per single load of
1000 lbs. or Icka.
r'rom Gov't Powder Magazine, 3 per elnslo load of
1000 lbs. or less.
Queen's Hospital 75c per aluslo load.
Kerosene House, 75c per single loid.
Oahu Prison, SI per slnflo load.
HORATIO (!. C11AI11IE,
S. JI. CAltTEH.
W. 1'. SIIAHILMT,
UEllUAlllI & CO,
OKO. II. HOIlUltTSOX,
.llllf, u. 1'. .li,
(P. llEt'iTicn. Manager.)
JR., & GO,,
- - AMI
News Bealers !
Would take this method nt Informing the inhab
itant: of Honolulu and the other Islands,
that they have opened a
Stationery & News Depot
In the NEW HAWAIIAN GAZETTE BLOCK,
No .s: Merchant Sired, where they
are prepared to furnish
HUNK JIOOKS, 31K9lOjtAXmj.n HOOKS,
Inks, In r;uarts, pints, half pints aud cones;
Mncllago, " " " "
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap
Legal Cap, Emclopee, Papeterles, etc., etc.
Ordors takon for any Periodical
that may bo Dosired.
Prompt attention will be given to the Mailing of Pa
pcrs to bnb-crlbcrs on any of the other Islands. Also
Orders for lied ltubbcr Stamps Itecclud
and Promptly Filled.
H. J. NOLTE, : : : : Proprietor.
to unuuuncc to Ills XrUnds and the
public In general
That he Iiiik opened tho abovo Saloon
whoro flrat-class Refreshments
will be served from 3 a.m. till 10 p.m., under the
Immediate supervision of MR. ROBERT OELHAFFEN.
TUP. l'INK.ST UHADES or
Cigars, Pipos and
Chosen by a personal selection from rlrst-elats manu
factories, has been Lbtalncd. and will be added In from
time to time
One uf Brunswick & Dalle's
(Mobniled Billiard Tables !
Is cunnecwd with (he establishment, where lovers
bl of the cue can participate. Nil
'mi: As.siiiiTMiivr or jaimmmi:
and China Teas, nt all evades and nualllies. In
cludliif tome superior Teas BOLLESACt).
EC. 1A ICE, 05 MEItCIIANTH
Exchaugc Is tlio only authorited Ageut of the
l'us.s lu ban r'raucUco. Tho hiivniUT Piuas can
alwaya ho sreu on fllu In his oftlco 90
Ki:ci:m.n ick nahu kai.akva. a
genertl lot of (iood Itcd Salmon, In barrels, and In
Perfect OriLer-l Fine Article.
110LLES 4 CO.
BOILED isIXSKKI) PAINT OIL
Haw Linseed Jdnt Oil, Watrculcd the puru Article
Lard Oil, for Lubricating. Cases of Spirit Tur
pentine. Allautlo Lead, In packages ol lib, and
upwards or fa) lbs. Palm Bru.bes lu gnat
variety Allot which will be sold at Prices by
tf UOLLKb &. CO.
fXUAIJS. IKtT.M tsKt'MNU HUALITYl
Alto, California Cube, lu boxes; Crushed Sugar, In
bands and half barrels; Dry Uiauulattd Sugar. In bar
clsaudhslf bsrrrls. for Sale by BOLLEb .(. CO.
Engine For Sal.
NEW 80.IIOHSK POWEIt EX-
JGINU, In perfect order.
rot Sals by
C. BREWEK CO.
i,isrLisrAtilV.. - )l PMfSM s
lir. V. II. Ksntrw has Hilt day been aprolntnl Purl
l'hyf lelan for the Port of Kshtilul, Maul
WALTHfl M. OIIJSON,
Ptesldcnt Hoard of Health.
Oflite Hoard or lloalth, June 3.1. IS. !i03 M 3t
Whereas many complaints hate been made to this
Drpirlmcnl that various Pnblle Roads on several Is
lands havo been closed orobitrncttd by owners and
occnplers of land adjoining tontljruoiu to auch roads,
Therefore all persons who hate caused uny such
roads to be closed aro hereby notified to tcmorc sdcli
obstructions and open such rouls within one month
from this date, olhtml'C prosecution wllllic Instituted
without farther notice. SIMON K, ICAAI,
Minister of Interior.
Interior Ofllcc, June Jd.lSSi, '.H VH
Un. O. Tnocssiso has, this day, been appointed
Port Physician for the Port of Honolulu, vlco Dr. I II.
Hntchlnson. resigned WALTEIt M. OII1SOS,
President Hoard of Health
Ofllcc of llic Hoard of Health, May SI, Iff J. M lr7 31
Jb.NK lint, the Commemoration Day of Kamehamclu
1.. falling on Sunday, MONDAY, JUNE ISrn.wlll bo
observed as a Public Holiday; and all Government
Offices throughout tho Kingdom villi be closed on that
day. W K. AltMSTHONO,
W 9"6 MlnUlernr the Interior.
COLLECTOH OKNr.ItAIS OIPICE. I
Ilonolnlu, May 25th, 15W f
The following Goods have been scltcd under the
llevcnue Laws, and If not rlalmed within twenty days
will be held condemned, and sold at Public Auction!
H II in diamond, No. I. Honolulu. 7 pkgs Earthen
Stoves, ex ss Ho Cluing, Aits 181b. 1SSO.
K SO, 05 pkgs Chinese Provisions, ex .a ZtnUndla,
April Slsl, 1S.
Also will be sold, for Duties and Charges, If not
claimed within twenty dayst
,Aug Lorangc, Honolulu, a c Private- Elf-ell, ex as
Zealandla, Feb 27th, 1650.
31 S G A Co, 11 In diamond, 75 bxi Soap, ix City of
Nankin, Aug C5th,ieS0.
11 y Wlngatc, 1 pkgi W V Hutterfleld, 1 pke; II in
diamond, Honolulu, 1 pkgj II S llugg.Spkgi; II It &
Co, No. 670, 1 pkgj n m, 1 Black Trunk; n m, I c Oil;
S & Co, t pkg; 3Ira Wm Paty, Kohala, 1 pkg; Ira Brad
show, 1 pkg; W H Wlnc'iall, I pkg; Chas Kcmpslcr, 1
pkg; Peter 3tclctizle, IIIIci, 1 pkg; J SCuttlne.Splgs.
w. r. AliLCN, collector General.
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JUNE 10. 18P
All ndicrtlscincntsforthc SATintnAV l'ncs must be
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for the current
Issue can he guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertisers will mark tho number of insertions de
sired, from which dale they charge. Any nut so marked
will be charged J mouths.
THOS. O. THIlU.M, Manager.
NOTES Or THE WEEK.
Mn. Claus SnitcKKUt returned from Maui by
thu Llkelik-e ou Sunday.
A i.ab.cie number of pcoplo visited H. II. S. IVihui
phn 011 Sunday mid Thursday.
The police, on Thursday, found a trunk near
Knwainbuo Church thai lnul evidently been stolen
from sotuo ono nnd rilled.
31b. Eli Jousion will lecture in Fort Street
obuich to-morrow nt 11 A. m. 1111, "Who makes the
drink I its trial nud impeachment."
The Hawaiian Evangelical Association will be
gin its Annual Sessions next Tuesday, Kith iust.,
at tho slono chnrch, Knwniahuo, nt 10 n. m.
The Annual Sermon ou Homo Missions will bo
delivered nt Fort Street Church ou Sunday morn
ing, June 18th, by Iter. G. H. Smith of Kohala.
Mn. A. Ijobekhtine of Hukatau, Hilo, mado n
flying trip to tho capital this week, arriving by
tho I.iUUkc on Sunday nud returning by her 011
Wohk hus been discontinued on tho artesian
well nt Sprcukelsvillo nt 11 depth of 'MO feet and
tho apparatus moved to Kuhului to bofu n woll nt
Hi at place.
These will bu thrco races ut Kapiolunil'arU this
afternoon, but on Monday, which has been helect
cd for tho (Jovornuicnt holiday, thero will be a
full day's sport.
Mn. Wiiay Tayloc will giro his sixth f reo organ
recital Thun-day evening, Jnuo IStb. This will be
tho last one of tho ureseut Berica, nud tin interest
ing programme, will bu presented.
lUnuos WtiK, rotnrnlng from l'uuahou jester
day ou hursuback, while riding fust had a collision
nit It an express driven by n Chitiuinnn, and was
quilo heivcrely injured.
Watkii was btruck Thursday In the urtesinu well
being bored at tho Hotel, ut a depth of COO feet.
They uru sinking it loner with the hopoof increas
ing thu vuluiuo of tbo tlow.
The last iierforraauco of tho "Tourists" was
given at tho Ihciitroott Saturday evening. If tho
Slralhaily does not nrrivo huto en routo to Chilis,
tho trourw will tnko tho steamer for Australia.
The train uf cars employed in carrying rock nud
hoil from I'uchbonl lo tho harbor was thrown from
the track by a plccoof wood lying across the trails.
Tbo engineer and n imtivo girl wcru budly bruUed.
Tut; Annual Sermon ou Fortigu Missions, in to
naif of thu Hoard of tho Hawaiian Evangelical
Association, will bo delivered by Rov. T. Co.tn at
Fort Street Church lo-morrow evening ut 7U
Eablt ou Friday morning, Geo Ah Clioy, a Chl-iu -man
living on Nauanu streot, In destituto circum
lancea said vaffering from rheumatism aud
other complaints, committed suicide by hinging
Tue foUowiug named wero elected ofHcers of the
Mission CUlldreu's Society at their last meeting i
Dr. J. M. Whitney, President j J, B. Athertoa,
Vice President tOdoir White, Becretary I Miss at.
Ctumberlaiu, ForeisQ Correspondiiig SeeretAryi
vi A'.X."! fim - m
Jim. IlenfleKl, Homo Corrospondlna Sccretarv ,
W. W. Hnll, 'freitwror t ilre.C. JI. Hyiloandr.
W. Ditinon clcctlvo members of llio Hoard.
Tub CiIi of Xr,r 1'di A nrrlroil from the Culo
nicion Monday ovoniiic. in Rood Umo for the
Qultitetto Clnb to rIvo llielr pcrformaneu. Sho
look in n lnrp;n enrco daring the iilRht tmd stileil
nt G;15 n. in. on Tuesday.
In view of tho crowd of nnuivemtry meeting
mid Bohool oxaminatlona next -arcek, Mr. Hnllon
bock lias been requcslcil tuconimenco Ills liborant
Tort Hlreol Clinrclt on Hnmlny cvenltift, J nno 18tli,
ri wcclt from lo-niorrow.
FoliTT-riTE pi6nRcra gnlltd for lite (.u.eilnu
Iho fllu of Stir York, olorounrtireel by Iter from
tho Colonics, twclvo from Iho Cotsl by the I'.lla.
alx by tho t'alkuihniv, fivo by Iho 'otfi'h nnel
five from Sydney by O10 .Vniy.
The V.tla nrricd froinS.m l'mnciscuou Jlondny
with dates to JIny l'Jth, the J. A. ratklnbmy on
Wedncadny with tiapora one day later, nud llln
Ctnif on Thursday with dnlca to tho ".'th nit.
An nwil tho jiost oflfco tnnll was put on tho vosaoh
last to nrrire.
The cricket inntcli Inst Hntnrdny nftcrnoun, ho
Iwocn tho Honolulu clnb nttd nnd nn cloven from
H. II. JI. 9. Champion, resulted In n victory for tho
lorracr, nn imi nenriy ovcry Knnio ootwocii oino
jackets nml the nlioro Ijojh, which Is no Decision
The election Inst Snturdny, Jnnu.'kl, for ltcprc
HontutUo from Honolulu, lo nncceed Mr. Gibson,
whb not n very ticlllnc onu. nnd tho lotnl number
of votes was much Rtnnllor than of thoao polled nt
tho Kcncrnt election in February. Korut rccoived
403roles; Knhauu,110; Kunuiakcn,107nndKnhin
ko.i nud others less than IW.
l'oLtxivvtNo is thu proarntnmo for tho Hand Con
cert nt Kininn Hijtinro this nftcrnooii nl 1:30
Polonaise- Comlball.. ..... (lung'l
Walls Itcmcmbrancc..... Waldtcufcl
Selection Xorma, (by reiiucsl) Dalltnl
Dance C'2atdas Handman
(lavotte Stephanie Czlbnlka
I'uiKa i.copoiuinc rsyno
The ntinual election of olllcors for llto Honolulu
Flro Department look placo nt tho Hnll of
Mechanic Englim Company Xo. 2 last Monday
ovoninc. ,lohn Nottwns elected Chiof EttRineor
nndllobort Lowers First ABsistnnt. 'lborewcro
110 olhor cniididatos for tho abovo offices, For
Second Assistant thcro wcro two candidates, Chas.
1). Wilson nud Jnruos Dodd. Tho former received
71 voles nnd tho taller G'J.
FEiiiiArH it would bo ns vtcll for tho Murslinl to
detail ti number of policemen to bo stationed aloni;
tho road to tho I'ark, from KIiik street, to provent
reckless riding nnd tlrivinp; which are common on
tho racc-dnys of Iho 11th of Juno. To trnvol such
a rondoti such u day, has herotoforo been attended
wuu no lime uaugcr on tuts nccount, itnet wo sup;
cost that n now dopartnro h properly in ordor,
Will tho Marshal sco to it?
Om Wednesday lust tho Uiiftliih sloniucr Hon
arch nrrived from St. Michaels nfter 11 passafjo of
M days, britiKinij 85U passoncers. Uurinc; tho
Toynoe thcro wero eleven deaths, mostly child run,
nnd six births. (Jno dentil h is occurred sinco her
nrrivnl hero. Thoy nro n heallhy lot of people nud
nn unusnnlly largo proportion mo womon nnd
children thero boittK over 400 of tho latter of nil
brcs. Thoy wcro landed nt Kakanko nud aro till
engaged, .is would bo many moro liko them.
"The Sandwich Islands papori" says tho Chronicle
"htuto that n roportor of ti Sau Franoisco journal
is now nt tho Ialnuds nnd propobes to writo them
up. As ho went down nt tho expense of the sugar
monopolists, aud on ono of their essols, tho prob
abilities nro that ho will sco things nsBir Clans
seosthom." Wo aro nuthorized to state that Mr.
Edward Townsond, tho reporter referred to, enmo
horo at his own oxponso tor rost nnd recreation
and to study Hawaiian nffnim in tho interests of
tho Call with which paper ho is connected.
Mr. WnAY Tinri.ou j'.wo tho poilponod organ
recital last Tuosd.iy ovoning nt St. Andrews Cathe
dral, which was largely attended. Following is
tho programme :
Festival March In D Smart
Al Songwlthonl wolds. Mo. I Mendelssohn
11 ( Andautem C , Stlaa
bolu Hearer my God toThoc iloldcn
a I Pro Pecrntis(btabat Muter) liosslul
iiFcst.3larch , Lacbncr
Oilertolre In D minor Batiste
Duett Evening Suug to the Virgin Ilcmans
Princesses Lllluokalanl and LIkelike.
Sicilian JIarlncr's Tunc and variations Thayer
Kantaslo In C Major ....Tours
Tun concert of tho Moudelsbohu QuiutoUo Club
ut tho Thcntru last Monday uvcuing wns one of
tho rarest musical treats ever on Joyed in Honolulu.
It is doubtful if it lias over been equalled hero.
This is un old combination, organized thirty-three
years ngo. and Mr. Thomas Ityan, ono of tho orig
inal mombors, Is still with it. It is composed of
tho very best nmsicianB nnd nil that can bo said,
whero nil tho parts woro equally good is, that tho
performance wns as near perfection as wo can ox-
Sect to seo here. Tho solos on violin, clarinet,
uto nnd violinccllo wcro splendid as was tho
singing of Miss Corn Miller. Sho appeared twico
and ou each occasion rccoived such applauso us
has been accorded to few in our theatre Tho
building was crowded to its utmost capacity and
everything wns propitious and tho performance
resulted in 11 financial success. The pcoplo went
homo moro than satisfied, nud tho Quintette Clnb
nnd Miss Miller returned to thu steamer knowing
that Honolulu knows how to npprccinlo ronl nrt.
Oh Saturday last tho mombors of tho Legisla
ture wero provided witli uxprcason by tho Sergeant-at-Arms
mid visited tho Insane Asylum, Iteforma
tory School nud Oahu Frisou. Tho superin
tendent of tho Insauo Asylum wns taken by
surprise but said ho was always ready for com
pany nud tho members woro shown nboul tho
institution, where everything was fonud to bo iu
good order. Thoro were flfty-threo inmates,
mostly natives. Tho Ileform School was next
visited. Evcrytbingnuoat the premises was, clean
ly nnd neat, nud tho school baud entertained the
company with ono or two nirs. Tho Prison was
reached shortly nfter 110011, where. 11 bounteous
lunch was wailing for tho hungry V'silors. Tho
hospital, wards, olliccs, etc., wero inspected nud
found to be iu tho most perfect order. The num
ber of prisonors on that day was 110 bixty-llvo
natives, fifty Chinamen, twoutv-llvo foreigners
nnd uiuo women. From thu Prison tho repre
sentatives returnod lothu Government building
nnd thcro disbnndod.
Followiku is tho lecord of thu Police Court
pracoediugs for tho week; Kealnatt, drunkenness,
forfeited ?G bail; Sam Lclewa. sumo charge, for
feited $U ball; Knknlla, same chargo, forfeited .C
bail; Joe, bamo charge, forfeited $0 ball; Ah Sang
nud Ah Poy, having opinion in postession, each
fined $50 aud sentenced to throe months' imprison
ment nt hard labor; Jas. Mills, fined fS. costs $1;
Audrow Drown, Jas. Morau nnd T. Mcilrido, dis
turbing quiet of night, Mcliriilo discharged nnd
urown unci niorau uneci .iu mm $1 costs enclt;
Kuunnn, attempting to voto moro than once, nolle
pivseijui outored by prosecution; I'alcknlubi, ns.
sault nud battery ou his wifo Iveilnna, fined ?4,
costs $1; Nawn, ouibeIemoiit, nolle mosequi en
tered by prosocttcutlon; John Bird, drunkenness,
fined $o, costs $1; Kniwi, luiccny of $7, sentenced
to six months' imprisonment at hard labor und
fined $10, costs 1; John Graham, drunkenness,
forfeited f li bail; upnulki, saino chargo, forfeited
G bail: J. Gammon, same charco. forfeited G
bail; I). Ilcnuett. uamo chargo, furfeitcd $Q ball;
Rnliert McDonald, satno charge, lined 5. enst
'$1.10. Eight Chinamen, found guilty of gaming,
wero senieucou us lonows: ivong i.ot, All -Neo micl
Chine Haug fined 'io each und suutenced to ten
daja imprisonment at hard labor, costs SS.SIctiob;
Ah Haug, Uuod $if nud eoutonccd to fivo days Im.
isJjAiitMani at linr1 liituii nrtjra C''li 1 ! fl....
Van Tin, Wong Yuii Snng'aud Clilug Sung tliicd
(lucacunuuboutcucuuiu is uours imprisonment
nt hard labor, costs $'.'.. Frank Dorrcll, assault
nnd battery on Preston Davis, lined SS, coats SI,
Civil Ilecotd. It. Cation vs. Seriuo da Silvn, do-
seritug uouuu borvice, oruurvu io return to em
ployer, costs Sil; William Fonnoll vj. Frank Met
calf, action uf nssumpsit for ipil.'ij, judgment for
iilaiutlff, costs fJ.70; A. W. Hush vi. VI. J. Ilryfcon,
llonolulu Iron Works garnishee, uctlou of assuiun
sit for $i7, Judgment for plaintiff, costs $4,KS; O.
S. Cuiiiminga vs. 11. A. liurus, J. T. Wntcrboujo
garnishee, uctiou of ussumpsit for iJGCSO, Judg
ment for plaiutifl, costs )f5.b,'i, uppcal noted; Ytiu
Yin vs. uuuug (.nee, action oi assumpsit for fto,
iuugment fur plaintiff for $11.1)'.', costs $3.I.F; Jas.
H. llnnloii vs. Jas. Powell, uctiou of assumiiuit for
$7.40, Judgment for plaintiff for $1?, costs $3.10;
H. S, Trecloaii vs. Frank Mctctlf, action of assump
sit for $tf, judgment for plalutllf , costs $3.45; Pew
ter &, Co. vs. Samuela, dvierting contract Mrvioe,
defendant ordered to return to employer, costs S3:
J. Nott it Co. vs. II. Hrlggs, A. J. Cartwright gar
nishee, action of nssrmpsit for Utl.'.'l, judgment
or plaintiff, coats iUu; Cibtlu ,t Cooko vs. O.
Kavanagh, E. P. Adams garulnhec, action of us
surupsll for 4187AI, case dlsmis-d; upjieal uutvd
to Supremo Court.
The Wailuku Literary Society held muectingoii
Monday evenlug, at tho rtbldciico uf Mr. W. !!
Bailey. The attendauco was larger than at several
previous uuetlugs, and tho progrumme a most in
teresting one. ourly every one present contrib
uted something for the entertainment of tho com
pany. One of tbo most interesting of thu coutri
balfons, was au original paper on roicroecopio
work, by Mr. E. Uailey, .As this is Court week,
Wailuku renU ouiCu a livtlv anrvnrrmmi. Yn
I terday (Wednesday) the entire day wo spent on
the celebrated chicken case, tbo defendant being
I the es -Meruoer from Uakauao. Verdict for tbo
deftstf t...Tba Waitoku Sugar Mil! jl finish
b mob's grinding in a few days days,,,, The
annual ninmlnalion of Ensl Mnni Seminary will
bo held .Tnne 1T.M.
Hawahan mllwaditig is not nil poetry nud
romance. On Iho morning of May U7th Iho Eng
lish engine known popularly ns the John Hull,
broko ono of tho springs which resulted lu iho
overturn of llto engine, Iho wrecking of two or
three cars and Injury of ono inati. 'Iho down
train to meet the steamer was detained n cmtplonf
honra for tho removal of debris, repairs of track
otc. tatter still thero hm been n collision of
frcisht cars, but no ono hurt Tho Kohala tilnu-
i tntlon when wllhin a few hours of finishing grind
ing had tho tnlsforlnno to break a stntr wheel.
'Iho enne on hand was disposed of lo Iho Star
Mill. ..'llto hndlcs' Society met this month nt tho
residence of .Mrs. Win. l'nty. Though tho nttend
nneo wns not unusually large, tho company was
....w -,., . u.,,..,..j .,K, , .,, lu.r,, ,
nn unusually merry ono hnd tho fun was kept mi I
till n lato hour, and tho evening was voted tho
oosi 01 run season very ury wnatner still con
tinues nnd hrown is tho prevailing tint in (ho
catie-llcids. It will be but .1 short timo when tho
telephone lino will bo completed from llilo lo
Uokaln. It has been constructed lo l'nttknn, and
by Juno Gth will bo dono lo I'.ipaikot'.or Onoincn.
It Is being put up rapidly.
TurstMY, JtiiioUth, 1&&J.
House met nl 10 o'clock n. m. Minnies rend nnd
Uy A. Knukati from Knannpali, ptaying that Urn
Icrms of Iho Circuit Court bo holden ns now nnd
no chango bo mado In tho lime or venno of Iho
Court, llcferrtd lo Jndiciary Committee.
lly Knmnkclo from Maknwao, praying thai all
prisonors Fculenccd In Mnkawno bo allowed to
work out their sentence. In llto district, llcfernd
to Judiciary Committee.
lly Lillkalanl from Honolulu praying Hint Ha
wallans bo nllowed tlio unrestricted no of spirits.
I.nld on tnblo to bo considered with Liquor Bill.
lly Lillkalanl from Honolulu, praying that pco
plo of n coguato rnco bo introduced, ltcferrcd to
Commiltco ou Foreign Affairs.
lly A. Kattknn from Knannpali. praying that tho
tax on real property bo reduced to Y, por cent.
Laid ou tnblo to bo considered Willi tho Tax Ilili.
lly Palohau, from Haunlci, Knuol, praying that
hospitals bo established ou nil tlio Isiamls, and
that physicians with benign countenances bo ap
pointed as physicians lo such hospitals, nud not
men with fierce countenances liko Dr. McKibbiu.
ltcferrcd to Sanitary Committee.
Hy Aholo, from Lahalna, praying that tho terms
of Court on Maul remain unchanged.
lly Lillkalanl, from Honolulu, praying that Iteci
nrocity bo continued. Koforrcd lo Commiltco on
lly Liliknlnui, praying that the Ten Million bill
bo passed. Kcforrcd to Committee on Finance.
Lillkalanl presented n resolution requesting tho
Minister of tho Interior to ndviso this Assembly ns
to tho conditions on which Mr. Fnrncnux occupies
a certain room in this House. Adopted.
Aholo nsked a ioavo of absenco lor three days.
Nnkalokn nsked Icavo to bo nbscnl for four ilnvn.
J. Gardner presented a resolution nsking for
?800 for lepnlring tho boat landing nt Nun,
Kaupo. Laid on table to bo considered with Ap
Paloltnu presented it resolution, Hint tho Minis
ter of Interior instruct tho Deputy Sheriff to otien
certain roads on Kattni which had been clo?cd.
Kauuamnno gayo notice of Intuition to intro
duce a bill to repeal Section 'J of ait Act passed in
I860; also, to amend mi Act passed iu 1878. Also
of nn Act to establish n board to further regulnto
tho introduction of immigrants.
J. W. Knlun asked leave of absenco for four
or.DLr. or the u iy.
Second reading of n bill to defino tho ownership
of cortiiin wild fowl. Itofcrred lo select Com
mittoo. Following wero llto members tpnoiutcd:
J. W. Knlua. S. K. Mnhoc, J. K. Kaunamano, W.
H. lticc, J. Koatt.
Kamakolo gave notice of a bill to licenso tailor
Second roadiug of mi act lo leiwal section 1)78 of
Civil Code, relating to liankruptcy. Passed to en
grosstnent without comment; to be read u third
timo on Thursday next.
Second rending of nn net lo repeal Sections 'Sin
und 1KB of Civil Codo, rclnting to tlio issuing of
patents lo inventors. Itofcrreel to it Select Com
mittco, of which tho following woro tho members
nppoiuted: C. It. Hishop, E. Preston, II. A. Wido
manu, J. L. Knulukou and O. W. Filipo.
Scooud reading of nn net lo further amend Sec
tions 1 and M of un net passed in Juno, lfeGil, nnd
sinco umonded by nets of 1874 nnd 187C, rclnting to
tho balo and slaughter of beef, liof erred to n Coni
mitteo constituted ns follows: Mr. Pnlohan, Mr.
Kaunnmaiio, J Keatt, C. H. Judd nttd I). Nnhinu.
Second leading of an net to consolidate and
amend tho law relating to internal taxes.
Tho Assembly nabbed tho first 10 sections with n
few slight amendments.
Tho Houso ndjourncd until 10 n. iu. to-morrow.
Wednesday, Juno 7, 1881.
House mot at 10 o'clock n. m. Minutes road nnd
Uy J. Kaniitkcle, from Makawuo, praying Ihut
the King bo nsked to writo nnotliorlcttor to Japau,
iiiiuiupuug io Kccuru inu berviccs or n certain
Japancso physician supposed to bo ablo to euro
leprosy, ltoferrod to Sanitarv Committee.
By A. Knnknu, from Kaauannli.nravlni! thnt tlio
horso tax bo ropealcd, aud thoy bo hereafter taxed
upon their value ns real estate. Laid ou tnblo to
bo considered with Tax llill.
Uy A. Knukau, from Kaanapall, with CO signa
tures, praying that kouohiki fisheries bo mado freo
to tho people, ltoforrcd to Committeo on Com
morco. lly J. 1). Pnlohnu, from Haunloinnd Kawaihau,
ICnnai, nsking Hint bridges bo built over tho streams
of Uunalci und Wnilun. ltcferrcd to Committeo
on Publio Lauds.
Hy E. K. Lllikalnui, from Honolulu, signed by
103, urging upou the Legisluluro that they do not
pass any law further restricting tho importation
nud sale of intoxicating drinks. Lnid ou tnblo to
Im considered with r.ucli n bill when it comes up.
Uy E. K. Liliknlaui. from Honolulu, praying
that tlio Hoard of Health bo rcconstructeel. Laid
IIU-OUTH OE OOMMITTELS.
G. 'W. l'ilipo proscntod a report from the Select
Committee of nine, to whom was referred u peti
tion from Hon unulnprnyiug Hint it bo made ti sepa
rate election district; nnd also a petition from
Kohala, that South Kohala bo mado n separate
taxation district. Heportod that theso subjects
have been provided for by n bill which wns returned
with tho potitions, nud it was recommended that
tho petitions lay on the tnblo to bo considered with
tho bill. Itoiiort ndontcd.
Minister Gibson asked to bo excused from nerv
ing on tho Sanitary Committee. Mr. Kcau was
accordingly appointed iu his placo.
Minister Kaui made answer to a resolution which
was brought forward yesterday by Mr. Liliknlaui,
inquiring by whoso consent and upon what terms
Mr. Furnoaux occupies uuo of the rooms of tlio
Government liuildliig as u studio. The Minister
said he bcliovod that tho Chief Justice had given
Mr. Furueaux tho privilege of occupy iug tho room
referred to, although ho did not understand whnt
authority tlio Chiof Justice had iu such matters.
Tho Minister said that, for his part, ho saw no ob
jection to Mr. Fnrncaux occupying tho rooms, but
rntber thought it an ndvuutngo to thu Govern
ment. J. Kcau gave notico of un act to nmeiid Section
108 of tho Civil Codo.
F. Hrown presented u resolution that tho net to
reconstruct tho Hoard of Immigration bo printed
boforo being considered on its third reading.
J. Kamaktlo offered u rcHolutiou that the Gov
ernment give two acres of laud to poor persons
who nre parents of children. Laid ou table.
iur. aniuoo gave notico ot intention to introduce
! n bm lo I"1""' Sections 01, 05 and CO of Civ II Codo,
ns amended by tho Liws of 1H7U, relating to tho
licensing uf auctioneers.
J. Kamakeio presented tho following resolution!
"Wkcroforo, eto etc Therefore resolved that no
Members of Legislature bo appointed to ofllco ns
tax assessors or tax collectors during tho ensuing
biennial iwriod. Indefinitely and most cmpUuii.
J, II. Palohau presented a resolution requesting
tbo Minister of Interior to explain why all tho laws
which bad boen passed during this session hnd not
been printed. He vend had been passed, but only
two yet printed.
Tho Miuistorof Interior said that the reason
thnt ouly two bills had been printed was, that only
two had been bunded into his depaittucnt for
Tho AttorucT-Ocntrul said thut die reason thu
law recently passed, amending tho Constitution,
bad not been printed was, that ho was not decided
iu his owu mind as to Its constitutionality, but
that he would give tho matter his carllctt consider
ation, aud reiurt his opinion to tho Assembly. So
far us ho could yet bev, the amendment was not
constitutional, and tho Houso would certainly not
want to see it printed if they knew it to be uncon
stitutional. J. L. Kaulukou said ho did not know how or
whence tho Attorney-General had acquired a right
over the legislature of deciding as to tbo constitu
tionality or otherwise of uny mensnres thnt might
have been pa mI upon by II. Ho thought im
was the prerogative or the Judges of tho Supreme
Court aloue; that it was no concern of the Attorney
General's whether thnt act was constitutional or
not, aud that he had exceeded bis authority in
withholding it from publication. Laws passed by
the Legislature should vbo printed, whether consti
tutional or not.
The Attorney-General said it wai no advantage
to him to withhold the publication if the House
deairod to have it published.
oru) or the day.
Appropriation Bill-Salary MlnUter Forvlgu Af
fairs, f ,080.
l'nhia proposed lo Insert nn Item of $1,000 for
Iwo incBsengers in tho Judiciary Department.
J. Kamnkole moved lo amend lo $10,000 for sal
ary nf Minister of Foreign AITalrs.
Mr. (lllon wild that after investigating tho
mnller,ho had como lo Iho conclusion thatn copy
ing clerk was unnecessary, and, therefore, tnovM
to erase this item nnd increase tho salary of the
Secretary lo f:t,000. Tho item wns passed without
Items Passed 1 Minister of Foreign Itelntions
1 913,(1)! Salary of Secretary JjrS.OOOt Ofllco nt
I iietisos Foreign Agents S.1.00U; Coronation of His
I Mniesly tho King $10,000.
lion. J, Mutt Smith spoko nt great length
ngninst tho ndviaainilty of sanctioning such n
expenditure, not so much on account of tho item
itself which Is small ; Imt on ncconnt of other out
lays which it Is probable will ntlond. if'-UOOO had
, been nsked for for tho entertainment of dlstln-
guisut - ii guests, nnii 11 is well utulcrsloocl mat
tlteso dlstlngnislicd gnesls nro to bo such as have
ncen itiviicn to nttciui tlio coronation ceremony,
nnd that such au amount would bo altogether
In-ideqnnfo for Iho purpose. 'Iho expenses to be
entailed by snch n coremony, would more prob
ably exceed $100,000 than hn confined within tho
amounts nsked for. Loans lmvo boen nsked for
nn account of tho disparity in tho amount of the
revenue nud tho estimated expenditures for tb
next two years. And tho objects of snch loans
ncro,!doubttcss, lo cover such expenditures na this,
nnd not for tho prosecution of legitimate, or
remunerative) publio enterprises.
llcccpllon of foreign ofllcial gnesls nnd Inel
dentals .?1!0,000 1 Expenses foreign missions 10,
000; Envoy Extraordinary nnd Plcnlpolonllsry at
Washington 1,000; Expense Incidentals Lega
tion nt Washington $r,0o0( ltcllef nnd retnrn of
Indigent Hnwnilatis from nbrond flJiOO; Salary
messenger WW! ; Purchaso of decorations f 4,000 1
Education of Hawaiian youths In foreign coun
J. L. Knulukou moved to Increase to $:10,000.
TitunsuAY, Juno 8lh.
Houso met nt 10 o'clock a. in.
lly J. Kamaknti, from Makawao, praying that
Hint district have two representatives. Iteferred
to tlio Commiltco of Nine.
lly A. Kntiknu, from Kaauapall, praying thsl
Government Iinnels shall not bo sold oxcept to
native Hawaliatts or to such ns liava becomo sab
ject of Iho Kingdom, llcfnrrod to Commlttt ou
ueroiiTS or committees.
(J. W. J'illpo presented n report on soveral peti
tions which lintl been referred to Sanitary Commit
tee First, that Dr. Fitch bo npiKiinted ns Snper
inlcudoiit of Health mailers throughout tho King
dom, nud others of n various uaturo ou hosltn
Kaunamano proscnlcil n report of committe lo
whom wns referred tho Hill amending tbo Sunday
law. Commiltco deeming tho bill roferred to ss
deficient in certain particulars, framed nud pre
sented a now bill, ltcport adopted and bill passed
to second rending.
J. K. Kaunamano, read for the first timo a hill
relating to tlio genealogy of tho Chief s and amend
ing tito tnw of 1880 nnoti tho subject, nnd providing
for u Jloarcl to attend to mo manor, anil an appro
priation of 510,000 or tho oxponscs of snld Board.
Passed to second roadiug.
S. K. Mnhoo read for tho first timo n bill to
nineuel Sections CI, (V nud (id relating to auction
license. This bill provides that tho auction license
for Honolulu bo fixed nt nn annual sum of tSOO.
And thnt bonds bo required amounting to f3,000
lor Honolulu, nnd sJGOOfor other districts. Passed
lo second roadiug.
J. K. Kaunamano offorcd n resolution asking
that !$ir,000 bo appropriated for tho purpose of
Improving tho landing nl Honokaa In tho district
of Hamnkun, nnd for tlio lmring of nrtislan wells.
Lnid on table.
F. Hrown presented n resolution Hint tho Sar
gennt nt Arms bo ordered to procure for the House
two wntcr filters and twenty pounds of ico each
J. Kcau gnvo notice of his intention to Introduce
n bill to amend Section 10 of tho Constitution.
G. II. Pnlolmo gavo notico of intention to bring
in n bill to amend tho law of 18C& rclnting to the
establishment of Hospitals for leper noli tho differ
ent Islands. .
Second rcuding of Tax llill beginning with Bee.
11. Tlio Attorney General said thnt this was
meant to net ns a road tax. That thero were
several widows and mimnrrlcd women in the
country who oontribttted nothing lo the road tax.
linttm nvntntit liv law. but who hnd nronortv and
this wns iiioaut to reach such as they. That there
woro also others who owned property scattered iu
small lots in wielely separated districts; out who
paid for road tax only in tho district in which they
resided, whilo nil their property wns benefitted
by tho roads in tho placo whero situated. Mr.
Palohuo said that the Government ought to be
nshnmed of themselves to wish to tax widows nnd
unmarried females iu this manner. Ho thought
this wns double taxation, and thnt if the intention
wnsiuoioly to tax women without protcotorH for
tho benofit of tho roads, it would bo ns woll to do
so iu u moro direct wny; instead of hiding the real
intent in the manner proposed by tho bill. .Section
cloven was stricken out Ayes !!b; Noes IB.
Mr. Nnhinu after recess,-niovod n reconsidera
tion of Article 11 as immediately since stricken
out. According to tho voto ns taken previously
by two nowspnper reporters, whoso couut agreed
iu nuuibor with that taken by tho Secretary, Mr.
Nnhinu distinctly vuted iu the minority, and had
no right to move n recousidcrsatiou. '1 his time he
chaugoel his mind, if his allegations are correct ns
to his provious vote. With the exception of Sec.
11, ull tho sections up to tho 33rd, wero passed
Komo witli slight nud immaterial iimeudraents.
Yesterday's Legislative proceedings will appear
Places of Worship.
Skamkk's Bltiiki Itcv 8 O Damob, Chaplain. Klax
atreet, near the Sailors' Home. Preaching at II A a,
Seats free. Sabbath School before the morning service.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday evenings at "li o'cleeck
nr.TSTiiEETCiiuucu HcvJ.A.CriizanPastor, coratr
of Fori und Brrctsnia streets. Preaching oa Sunday,
at II a uund7!i ru. Kubbath School at 10 a ft.
St Anuiiew's CATUEDiiAI-Kngllsh services! lit Rev
tint Bishop of Honolulu and Itcv Thus Blackburn. Ha
waiian services! ltuv Alex Mackintosh. 0.UO, tloly
Communion; (W0, Matins and Sermon (Hawaiian); If,
Matins, Litany and Sermon (Englglth); 4, Kvtnsnn
(Hawaiian); i.:S0, i:cnsong undtbrrmou (English)
Human Catuouo Ciii'iicii Under the charge of lit
Itcv Bishop Malgret, assisted by Itcv lllthop Hermans ;
Fort street, near Bcrctnula. Services every Sunday al
10 am and - r m,
Kawaiaiiao Ciiuiicii Iter 11 I! Parker, Pastor, King
slreit, abovo the Palace. Services In Hawaiian every
Sunday at 11 A . Sabbath School at IllA M. Kveasc;
services at 714 o'clock, alternating with Kauniakapin.
District meetings In various chapels at il.UO r m. Frajsr
meeting every Wednesday at 711 r M.
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