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tdillinchXm: & oo,
Harr Jusl Hncnivetl u Very Comploto .4ortmuiit of
New ttncl Staple Groods,
To v.hieh they bi i to cap attention In addition lo their 1. ml atock- of
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House
Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, dee., dee.
All of i.blch eflhc.Mo.t Approved Patterns, they hv- received many Novelties nrn 10 tin Morket
LANTERNS - A Full Line, in Quantities to Suit j
1 In" N inch Wick.
Wick No, .1 has I'
No : ha 1 f firli
1 llicli Wlek
sj uftt nute ii now I'lrrcr imu more compicio man
-. ,l...,....-t. I. I I -.11 .1
IbbbbbbbbbbbHbB Jt is J
.. 1 1 ami )( Diamond, rUckct. Itallroad. Unll's Kyc, hide Tabular, Mill Tubular Boy Haby, Puckei
, , ,, Tubular Hanging, Mreet, and many other etyln.
!l7J',J,,!n'!!V?1','1 'rfn','"" . n band and to arrive, all kinds of American and Hoslleh Pnlnla aud Oils' inert lii
Ihlemiirkrt.ViilcntlncBandllcrry Ilro,' Varnishes, llriishcsof all kinds, Jlsnlla und Hlsal Hop.-, t.nbrlrant a
DprClalljr. ,ny a
i urinsniiia Monns, tinware, no acre' Hnrunare. nml n 1
TIIOS. Ci. Til HUM
O ESJ'WTFUMiy ANXlll'SCKK
Xli the receipt ex Isle arrivals, of selections In
Crackled Glum Vaxes,
Birthday Cardu, newest designs
Windsor & Newton's Artists' Materials,
Fine Leather ntid I'lnih Hags, latest stylo,
Purses, Card Cases, MiihIo Holls,
Inkstands, Glass Paper Weights,
llitltorick'.s 'iil l'nppr I'litlerns,
A full assortment ut latest styles, lobe followed
with regular snppllca each month.
BOWEN'S FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
American Biintinct Flnff"
l'rom C to 1! fi ct Ungtbs.
From 3 Inches to 1 left lengths
Per Bark Lady Lampson,
Fine Assortment of latest
NOVELTIES IN JAPANESE DECORATIVE ARTICLES
- -lonsistisu or
Napkins, &c. &c.,
persenslly selected from the celebrated
lchi Ban Japanese Bazar !
The above f!60DS sr ojienea ip t Mr
'OUT Nlrret M'OKI:, (Hltr.Wfllts III,M'K.)
und are pliierd Kt thu loncet ficure for the
encouragement, of bnjers. Itoth the
FORT AND MERCHANT ST. STORES
111 be conducted on an Mbrlt basis to the
puhllc ni tos Ible, coramenurtc Tilth
l. A I.I, CANIM.
I'liriaipuutlcucu respectfully sAHclled, and Ordra
faithfully attended to.
tm 11. uiitim takia LiMsuitr. in
M. announclni; th telectlon of the Isrjcst and
tlccit clock of
MISCELLANEOUS AND PRESENTATION
Art and Fancy Goods
V'or the 'I.I. TKIK, due nolle, of irhlch
villi be Kit en nil receipt of
Eastern Invoices. Alto
Matins been appointed Ar,cnl fur lh
American Trad Socioly's Pub
lications, A lull Mock nt tbelr desirable HOOKS, HI II I. Kb
ltd TUbTAMENTS ulll be kept 011 band, and a llbcr
ablo allowance made to hnnday Schools and Teachers,
from List l'rlcej. 21
HURRAH ! HURRAH i
4th OF JULY
1776 "f 1882
The IMbUc KitreUea In Uouur ur Ihc above
da), will conrilof
Sauio u( Sunrlhts Noon and Simiot
ROWING AMI SAILING HACKS,
in tli' momiut:,
And u J'arado of tlio " Aiitiiiiu.s aud
llurrilili't at Sunrise.
with SpeeobM. Music, ice,
At 11 o'clock a. m
Rev. J. A. CRUZAN, .
tiHaTUH UI'THi; li
AOrRndPicuio in the Afternoon.
A BaII in the Evening.
HiB fix. J. M. COMLY,
nNASCK COMMIITEU Claus bprevkcls, A J
Carlrlj;ht, UAilcKlolcy, Ur J S McUrcw.and J
buUcelpllon 1.1.1. for defrajTus tb; cat.cose. yf tbo
aboko Uclibratlmi arcVow opeu at the 0c of A J
CAirrwitiuur aud w muwiNtco.
tVi K tJic'yUtn'l Coiumlttee of AiuDKCutnW
0nnln No. O Tnhnlnr
" 1 Burner. i Inrli
ever ncrurr, aim H oncreii at lowest til
and Is ofkri-ii at lowest prices. Home
kinds nf Tm i.nir aim slu.. imi..i .. i 1.....1.
Oceanic Steamship Comp'y
h'OR .SAN HtANCJSCO.
gjj. STEAMER SUEZ
Will leave for San Francisco on Thursday
Kcr In lent or pasne apply to
9iS !3 V C, IKWIN it O. .ients.
Oceanic Steam Ship Comp'y
STEAMER " SUEZ,"
Will Loam San Frnncisco for Hono
lulu tho (ifh day of each niontli,
lt'liirninK from Honolulu on the 22il DAT
of each month.
an l'rmicleo .Rcnts, J. I). SI'RnCKKLb i. DUOS.,
3CT Jtarket htrcet.
Honolulu ARCntf. V. (t IKWIN ,fc Co. 01 ?ltl
STEAMER LIKELIKE "
on and after Au,- 10th, the Likclikc Mill Irate her
Mharf at i r. M. No fruithl Mill be recelted aflir a r. .M.
Doe notice Is clen of this rule, anditttlll he carried
out. () WILDER A CO.
&liimer Llkcllke will leave llouolnlu each Toisday
at I r. M., touching at I.abalna, laalaea Hay, llnkcnii,
Mahukona, Kaalhac, Lacpaboho. and llllo.
Ilturnln; wlllionch at all thcabovr porN, trrliliij;
at Honolulu each bunday .
ee No Credit for rnniaKc JIoiic.. t
Wc poalthdy refuse to open accounts for rasEaecs,
and c particularly call the attention of the traveling
puhllc to the uecesslly of haiin? UKKa"a and Krelcht
filalnly marked; the .Steamer villi not be responsible
or any unmarked nactsRe, or tor Krvlnht or J'arcelf,
unlet Hreelptol tor.
Freight Money Dae ou Demand.
In all euses of falchl for partita not responsible, or
unknown, the freight money nlll be required In advanco
l-M'KAt.KN orl.IUUOKS nml MINKS .Ill's
Ri: PLAINLY MABKi:i)
for the party t. bom they are for, or plainly stated In Iho
receipt to whom they art convened.
All demands for damage or loss must be mode nlthln
In no way liable for loss or accident to 11 e Muck.
ir flack Drivers, Boys, and such like, will not bo
allowed on board thohteamer on arrhal, until after lb
pensers hate been landed.
TO WII.DElt ACQ.
A. FRANK COOKE,
AOENT rOUTIlK FOLLOWING COASTUItSt
Waloll. Jito JnUn
WoUhu, 4WA73 Wnimisln,
l"l.t! Ilcd ulth While Hall. Ofllco Corner of tjuen.
!'' and Nuaanu htreets. I
PLANTERS' LINE F0R SAN FRANCISCO
Jifit"v c Brevwor & Co. -Agents.
amt liberal ct.b advanffa miidc on shlnmrnU bvihii
nr. 7VA f t ntil'UM'lr ( tt
3AJL BrITATJS !
" O "FL SALE!
rpiIK l'RKMISKSOVrKI)HY I. U.
JL JONES, 011 Nunanu Aenne, Honolulu, "111 be
ollered for sale at anctlon ON I'll! DAY, June 30th. It.',
(tf not previously disposed of at private .ale,) at the
This property I. locatid In a very desirable and
healthy part of the City; lus built upou It a CoiuuiodW
ousTno-slory Divrlllni; Hou.e, containing rlor. IHn
In; Koom, flail. Library, Mccplnc Koom, Drrc.lm;
Itoomand Hath Itoom on th lower floor; beside, a
Irro Hack Veranda, 18x3), with Three Airy Chambers
on the second floor; all of which coBiroaudadellsbtful
view of the surrounding mountains aud valleys.
There are Tvto Cottage, on the I'rvmlscs. racb con
UlnlusTwo I(oomt,one of which has a Hath Itoont
There t. a Lone Bulldluc lu the rear with Three
Itooms for Servant.; a Carrfagu llouie.biable for Two,
Horses aud a Itooni for Hay, liraln, Harness, Ac.,
also, a Wash Honse. There Is also a Large Lanal, I'V.iJ
Tbeilalu House wo. built lu 187; wav painted luild.
and out, and ucvrly ;apered last Notemwr, and Is .up
ported ou Hrlek Pier, giving a tine foundation.
All the Hulldlug. uu tbi; I'rtmlse. arc In rrrfeet
The Iind has a froutace ou Nunanu Avcnuenf 99 ft.
and a depth of 3-Wft., and contains an Area of .SIW of
an Acre. The Property la free from all Incumbrance.;
theTlllel. Perfect. A Warranty Dtedv.Hl be furnished.
(V-TKHMBt DAMI.lr .old at auction SpecUl
Terms eau bu arranged If sold at 1'ilvate bale.
Tim rropartytaube Inspcitt-d at any time. Vur fur
thcr partlculara apply to
91 W, At the Office of C. Bnm.r A. t'o
TO SUGAR PLANTERS
AVING T1MTKI) TIIK lU'KU
eti-ncv of "llaaidla.' l'.lent Wire Koneway" for
earning bugar Cane I have purchased from 3lr A. h.
iiaiuaio inc c.ciasivu riov ui .am acrnv inr 10c
llauall.u Islands, and hereby give notice that 1 am
prcpart-4 to torutib material or contract to erect line.
wi auy uesireu rengin or capacity.
1'artlc. lutcrvtlcd in I be transportation of bugat
Cane, feugar Kuel or Mcrcbandlse especially over
broken aud difficult ground are Itvllcd lo Imped tho
line vtoiklug upon uy plantation at Kealla, or the
proale of the .vino on view at the office of Wru. Ir
win i. Co., Houolulu. Any Information Mill ho
cheerfully given by the underilgued or by Mr. J M.
Thompson, care Messrs. Irwlu A. Co., vtbo will visit
localltlea where Hues may be desired, aud make pro
sit. aud estimates for the same.
WW . Z. r. 8PAI.D1K(..
pe w. g. iRwnr,
G.OI.DKN GATE FX.OUR, i:L.Ti:
rado ITour, Graham Flour, Oat M.al, Com ileal,
Clacked Wkrtt, Jutl at Hutt, aud for Halt by
Mn C II WtisoK, has this day been appointed
SnprrlnKndciil of the Wat.r Worke and Clerk of
Market for the District of Honolnlo, Island of Oahu,
vleeO 1) Vrceth rlcncd HI.MON KALOA KAAI.
Mlnliler of Interior
Interior Oiace. July lat.'IM:. Pis PC 3t
WATER! WATER I
HojioLotu, Jane S3nl Hit
Irrigation after this date l limited to four (1) hours
per dy, rrnm S to S In the tnornlng, and I lo In the
IVrnilaslon to Irrlgstu during mre convtnltnt hourv
will be cranled ou nppllcvtlon lo the Suprrtendcnt.
Persons found Irrigating except during spcelaed
honrs will h,ive tbelr prlvlllge. eiiipendcd without
"'' O D FnnETII. Snpt WtrrWork
Appr r,i Simon K. Kaai,
Mlnhtsr of Interior 'Mi T.
Whrrc.s many tomplnlnt have been made lo this
Department that various public Itovds on several fi.
lands hate been closed otohitrncltd by owners ond
eecoplers of Und adjolnlnr contlgnoua to such roads,
Therefore all pereona who have euuiad any aueh
road, lobe clored are hereby notlacd to removo such
obstrnctlona and open aeh road) within onu monlh
from this date, otherwise promotion will he ln6tltntcd
-llhont further notice. 8IMON K. KAAI,
Minister of Interior.
Interior Offlc, June 5d,lf. 33 XiS
Session Laws of 1882.
To Amend Sectiox 1 or an Act entitled
"an act to Establish the Cohtensatiow
Oj' RErKESENTATIVEB," AprROTEB ON THE
24th dat or June, A. D. 1868.
Bz it enacted by tho King and tbc
Legislative Assembly of the Hawaiian Is
lands in the Legislature of the Kingdom
Section 1. That Sootion 1 of the Aol
entitled "An Act to establish the com.
ponsaltou of Representatives of tho Peo
ple," approved on tbo 24th day of Jnno, A.
D. 18G3, be and the same is hereby amend
ed so as to road us follows:
" Section 1. The Compensation of tho
Representatives of the Peoplo is horeby
established 3t Fivo Hundred Dollars for
Siciion 2. This Act shall become i
law from and after the date of its approval
aud all laws and parts of laws inconsistent
herewith aro hereby repealed.
Approved this 22d day of May, A. D.
910 KALAKATJA REX.
To aml.nd Section 2 or Ohapiep. 10 or
the Session Laws op 1880, approved
on the 18tii dat or ADQUoT, A. D. 1880.
Be it enacted by the King and the Leg
islative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands
in tho Legislature of the Kingdom Ahsera
bled: Secuon 1. That Section 2 of Chapter
10 of the Session Laws of 1680 be, aud
tho samo is hereby auiended so as to
read as followh :
"Section 2. In caaos where theofieuso
is not of a highly aggravated character,
tho said Courts may punish the ofTeudor
by fino not exceeding two hundred dollars,
and by imprisonment at hard labor not ex
ceeding two years, but in cases where such
punishment would be inadequate tho otTen
der shall bu committed for trial according
to existing provisions! of law."
SeCHON 2. All laws and parts of lawn
in coutrnveutiou herewith aro hereby ro.
S LOTION o. Thit, Act ahull btcomv a
law front und after tho dale of its approval.
Approved this second day of May, A. I).
Sigued.j KALAKATJA HEX.
To Amend Stonox ' or Ciui-rnr. 22 or
tiil Penal Codf,
Hi. it ENAcrED by the Kiug mid tho Leg
islative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islauds
iu the Legiolatuie of the Kingdom assem
bled; Sechon 1. Thut Section o of Chapter
22 of tho Penal Cod be and the samo it;
hereby amended so as to read as follows:
"Section 3. Whoerer willfully and
maliciously burns in the day timo or night
titnu the dwelling bouse of another is guilty
of urtjou iu the second degree, aud shall be
puuiahud by impriionraent at hard labor for
life, or any uumber of years in the discre
tion of tho Court."
Section 2. All laws aud pavu of laws
iu contravention herewith are hereby re
pealed. StcriOb ii. This Act shall become a
law from aid after the date of its approval.
Approved this 22nd day of Hay, A. I).
910 KALAKAUA RBX.
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All advertisements for the Saitr-niT Pni run.tbe
sent In by f rlday noon. No Insertions fortle current
Utoe can b guaranteed when rent In later.
Adrerthsrinlll mark the number of Irufrtlenide
aired, from which date they charge. Any nolso marked
will b rharg'il .1 months ,
TI1Q3. O. THItUM, Minager.
NOTES OFITHE WEEK.
Kr.Artue"Nnlivol'rm" lrnnalnlionlti today's
Ijate papers from tho Coant receive)! vi.i Knlm
Ittl tills morning loo lalo for tiao.
TitKnr; will bo no rmi'ilo nl KtuniAKqaaro IhM
(rjaturtlayliiftcrnoou on account of "jrvlcoa in tho
TirK imlicatioitM nro farornblo for n kooJ turn
out of " Auliiui'j and Horrible. " orl tbo moniluK
of llio Fourth.
Tnr rvrnlar monthly ineollti of tho Conslni
Pocloty will l;a holt! tlila f.rouliiRatlho Kawala
liAtiBeiuluarj. Inr. Ijtgiiilnturo I'mlsho'd Iho con idonitlon of
tho Tat Dili tm Tuesday. Oar vloni thoreon wo
nro obltced lo defer till mixt wi-clt.
It ii to bo hoped tlial a. KtifEoiciii dntu tah bo
ftpatbd to liavo nl loait one iiilllntf race on tho
iourth, lu addition to tho rowltif- mcai.
Trtt: Hand has Riven thrco inoonlighl oouccrls
this week one nt tho Hotel on Jtoiuhy niRht, and
nl nmrna Hqtiaro on Tncfday ntid Tburdny ctpii.
Tnr, stoatucr Ztnlamlitt will bo duo from tho
Colonies on .Monday aftornoon, mill it is to bo
hoped that hlio will boontimn and not break in
upon tho prur.iramc for tho Fourth.
Tutsi: lnu been riuito an luorcnsd in intorinland
passenger travel dnrina tho patfow weeks. Neatly
every steamer dtpartinc tnke n many na cntt bo
On Monday oveninti la.it, Jnno i6lh, at Harmony
lod(;o Xo.0, 1, O. O. F.,tho f ollowins officers woro
dnly oloclcd for Iho ensuinc tonn: O. W. 1'ascoc,
N. G.i .M. 0. Monsarr.it, V. G.; A. W. KIcliHrdson,
It. H.j T. A. Dtidolt, 1'. H.j S. Selii;, Trci.
Mr.. CnuziN will iinnclt at Fort Street Church
Bunday morning. In tho ovening thoro will lion
Union Gojpcl Horvico. Tliuorinon by Mr. Critzan
will bo especially for thon who h.iyo never boon
drunkards, thiovoH or jjront sinnoru.
luroBTAN-r improvements nro tuidur wiy on tho
Kapiolnni Park proerty. Mr. Herbert i putting
ui n largo dnuco Imll, and a finu residenco isbolnR
erected for .Mr. W. G. Irwin. Thoso with other
bnildiue;t recently put up in tho viuinitv loud a
towny npiwiiranco to that imrlioti of Wnikiki's
Ijahi AVcduehday, about noon, a larRo Hpidoriu
n comur ot Mr. Ulauo'rt hIioo shop on Hotel street
canijht ii small nioiisc by tbo tail and held it for
novernl hourn, tho mouio lmnpiu' head down and
kicking vainly. When w Haw it lant, nbonl 5 p. in.,
the tail was tnado fast to tho wob, aud tho moue,
nearly exhausted, was still movirK its Ipri feebly.
Wn, W. U. Fosinr. treated tho HATunnAV Pbess
very coolly on Thursday inoruiiiK last, nnd though
wo rorjrel to luivoto bo personal, wo oxtend thanks
to tbo Kenllcmuu for tho largo pitico of ioo mado
from nrtusi.iu wull water, that ho laid upon our
table, nnd which wo found to bo Try rofrcshinc
ou n warm day. Uis machine is now iu workiup;
Ijast Tuesday afternoon, shortly boforo tho do
partnro of tho s,ttamor f. IS. Vishoji, tho horso iu
express No. 132 became f riclilcned when the whistlo
blow, and makfiiR n snddou bolt cleared himsolf of
tho vehicle but did not succeed in fiottius away
from tho drivevr. Tho injury to tho carriago waH
not serious, and rt lady in tho back Boat sat tbcro
as quietly and composed as could b9 through it all.
Tirr. Post OlUco has recently rccoivod a supiily
of their fivo, two und ono cent stamps iu now
bhados ncoordii ir to tho recommendations of tho
Postal Union, a s follows, viz: Tho dark bluo fivo
has given way rto apalo bine, tho brown two has
been changed if or a solf eruio pink shade, whilo tho
now ono cont has bcou changed from blue to
blight green. , Aa n innttor of interest to Philatol
ists wo would mention that by this change Hawaii
has now sixtouu engraved stamps and thrco postal
cards in its variety, not including tho typo printod
nmnoralK wbieh are now qnito a rarityj
Iiib-r Kiiturday afternoon tioveral IteprenentntiTcs
visited Kapiolaui Park by invitation, and woro
shown ovet tho Kfound by Mr. Clenhorn. Messrs.
W. G. Irwin uud O. W. Macfarlauofell iu with tho
party at tho Park, and together they went over
tho pleasant drivo between tho race course und
Diamond Head and examined tho trees that had
boon set ont aud tho urtcsian woll being bored at
tho foot ot Urn hill. A visit was mado to Mr.
Macfurlano'K houso nftor which a drivo was taken
around tho raco traok, whon tho party repaired to
Mr. Oleghorn's residenco where a lunch was
served. Tho party returned to town about I
Tub mootinr; at tho hall of Ptcifio Iioo Com
pany on Monday ulghl for tho purpose of taking
preliminary rxeaiiureH to get up h. parade of "An
tiques and Uavrribli's" on tho Fourth, was called
to order by Mr. H. Hobbard. Dr. Hogers was
chosen Chuirman or tho meeting and G. W.
Htownrt, Secretary, i A letter of regret was read
from ilr. J. E. Wiseman, who uas nnable to bo
present. Af tor n llttlo discussion it was resolved
to have a parade of Antiques and that the pro
cession form nt sunrinc. Ed. Williams was electod
to lead tho procession and tho following woro ap
pointed his aids: J. Aache, Wm. Mousarrat, C.
H. Ashworth and Wm. Mo Wayne. They were also
mado an oxecutivo committee tomuko tho uecea
wiry arrangements for lhu parade and to obonso tbo
place of starting uud ronto of proocssion, and, if
thought advisable, to call another meeting boforo
The I.'ovival Meetings couduatcd by Mr. Uftlleu
beck havo becu cuntlnued every evouing this week
ut tho lort Street Ohtucb, and have been marked
by an ImpreaaivcnceH throughout. Much deep
iutertst has been manifested by quite a number
who have expressed nhopo in, nud a dosiroto
servo thu Muster. Many of tho testimonies in the
nflur meetings li.nul.tvn very encouraging toull
who participate, or rel nn interest, iu tho salvn
tion of houIb. IjaM im-jiing closed tho sories of
those meetings for tho foreign population tho
theme being ';Tlio AVny of tho Transgressor is
Hard." 'Iho attendance was good nnd tho same
Interest inaiiilntned to tho ond. Mr. II. has labor
ed hard, to awaken sinners to accept Christ ns
thoir loTiug, iiersoual Savior, mid has plead with
them to como out boldly and confesri Hini. Next
weekhooommonccshis labors among tho natives
at hnwaiahao Church, nud tho indications nro
that they aro ready for tho work.
Follow ino inn noord of tho Police Court pro
cecdings for tho week; Kan Lau See, liaviugopium
iu pohsosston.fiucd $100 nnd henteucod to threo
months' imprisonmcut at hard labor, costs 3.t0.
W'1'! ,' nnpobiiLu, druukeuuobS, forfeited
S1.W' ""ifSSsi ??.n. Ioc'. 'ny of
u.u.u,,v.,. ...v.,w luumriiiouius'impnsoii
ment nt hard labor, cbsts ?li Hnmo dofeiidnntH,
larceny of watch and ciuiiu, remnnded until moved
,b; VSffiil r ' " 'u,3d0,1'. Jrunkenuesa.
forfeited $ bai S Kttli, w., same churge, aentoueed
to two months' imprtsonmnnt at hard labor costs
$10) AUHiug and Wnhl, ndnlteryV tho forae,
Ziied UU. costs S1.V.U the latter fin JWtvfcuMi
Ah blng appeals to btipremcCoort; dfohn Robin'
son. receiviug stoleti goods, watch and chain,
remanded iiulil tho return of thu bark ;ifnif,f o
which is tho supposed rightful owneri August
Herniig, Nnkipi, Uaua and hekua, common nuis
nce,.ioH iirwj.(ieiUerial 1 by prosecution; Knpalc.
drunkenutas, forfeitoa $fj bail; .las. JiobinSon
Kama charge, Uned $T, costs li Margaret Uray
doserting husband, oidcrcd to return to him, costs
fi; I.uin Toy, having opium iu tuavufoii, nolle
)ireiejtii outertd by provoatioii Tai Jloy, Ioe
Choy nud I.eo Chow. haTlng opium iu potuion,
tiollt mv4r)ui entered by prosecution; Iludd Dovtev
druukeuutas, forfeited C bail) Nahapu, asaanlt
and battery ou his wifo Lnhajm, fluod KS, coats tt:
Paukaiki, Krauiauauaud Kalama, common nula'
nnce. noffe in-oMf entered by prosecution; Eaiole,
dmukeuneas, fined f5, coats $1; Hiram, comuiou
nuiaauoe, remandett till to-day; Klmoleo, larceny
of watch, sentenced to imprisonment at hard labor
for one year, fined ?10, cost f I, seutenco to begin
at tiipiration of former Bntenoo; Makaal, larceny
of pistol, seutouced tn six months imprisonment
athvnl labor, costs $1; Same defendaut, laroruy
of clothing, senWnccU to six months Imprisonmant
at haul labor, costs $1; Same defendant, laroaoy
of shoes, ammo sentence: loeta auid Klmokuo. lar
ceny of rubber coat, each receivu same HeuUuee as
above. Civil 'rvcoid. Hoard of Immigration vs.
Tanuti, refusing lotervo contract, com mil tod to
prison at hard labor until he will couaent to servo
accordinc to law, costs 1; Hoard of Immigration
v.. N"ii Tiko, vr.. name chJirge and same seutance;
T. II. Foster A Co. vs Kalnlil and KsasksoksJ, de
serting; contract service, defendants ordered to re
turn to employer, costs $U each.
Ou Slouday nLjht shortly after twolvo o'clock
thu tlru bill turned people out o( their buds and
the striking of "Ward No, 2," was followed bv a
general rnu in that direction. In a very short
time the ire uociuon woro ou their way to the
scene, n bright liht diacoveriug the loaality to be
Just maukn of School stroU, between tho long
bridgoaud Lillha strca Hawaii No. 4 was Ur
first engine on Iho ground nud was followed by No.
2, to which .Mr. Buckley had hitched n span of
horses. No. 1 afterward armed but tho other
companies turned back before roishiag thn plaoo
as tbo houso bad burned to the ground. Tho
engines obtained their supply of watorfroninlaro
patch near by. Tho houao was tho residenco of
Mr. IMncliAsa Wood. His wifo. who wns known
to have been in the house, could not bo found and
ns soon ns It wns known that slio was mi.slng,
search was mado for bar bodr in that part of the
bnildtng whoro sho wab known to havo bcon Meep
ing. lion tho flames woro extinguished, and tho
dobris romovod, her body was found frightfully
burned. An inquest wns hold tho followlngmorn
Ing and from tho evidence elicited tho facts as
nearlv ns could bo dolerminod were na follow:
Mr. Wood, his wifo nnd an old man named Noa, a
relative of Mrs. Wood, wero spouding tho even
ing st Mr. Goo. Hnnlv's honso. 'Iliey woro ontlng
and drinking nwa nnd about U or 10 o'clock Mrs.
Wood aud Noa went homo, tho formor to her room
on tho maukn sido of Iho lionso anil tho latter to
sleep on tho mnkai side. .Mrs. Wood was sleeping
on n spring mnltross on tho floor, over which hung
a mosquito nrt, and a c.indlo in a boltlo was left
burulng on a chair by Iho bed side. Fnrtbcr than
this nothing is known definitely. Abont IL o'clock
Noa was awakened by lite flitomo heat and called
to Mrs. Wood lo nronso her but received no teply.
Being unablo to render any assistance ho Bared his
own life by gottiugoutor tho burning building. It
Is BUpposod from tho position of tho body that tho
un fortunate woman throw ono arm out In her
sltop nnd knocked ovor the caudle, anil that tho
mosquito net and bed clolhen cAunht lire, It is
poaslblo that sho mado some outcry, but it is cer
tain that llttl if any elfort was nindo lo escape.
Tho verdict of tho Jury was that tho "doconsed
canio lo her death while sleeping in tho building
which was burnod." '1 ho f nnornl on Tuesday w ns
laraoly ntteudtd by tho friouds of tho family, who
pavA tho sympathy ot tho community in thoir
Tnc nnntial oxaminnlion of Ivawaislino Boiuln
nry occupied two full days lastwcok. It wasa fair
and gratifying prosontstion of Iho work dono tho
past year by tho present corps of faithful and
efficient tenchera. Tho conrao of study nrranged
for this school has introduced somo higher
branches than liavo over boforo been taught iu
schools for Hawaiian girls. Yet tho work in tho
primary classes was not slighted in the least: they
had evidently been thoroughly drilled, not to re
peal by role, but to think and to speak out thoir
thoughts. Somo might criticiao tho low tone of
voice, which ch.iraclorlrod tho recitations, but tho
Principal snid tho elfort had been this last year to
train the pupils to subduo their naturally and
habitually loud and shrill tones. Tho exhibition
in Kawaiahao Churoh on AVcdnusdny of Inst week
consisted of rocilatious of selocled piecos, reading
original comjioHitionsand singing. Iho pronunci
ation of English was exceptionally good. Tho
thoughts expressed in Iho various compositions,
whilo not showing a wido rango of thonght, did
show accuracy of thoneoof language nnd culti
vated powers of discrimination. With its full
corps of tcachors, Mled Helen S. Norton, Princi
pal, Miws Chamberlain, Flaxmau. Storrs nnd
Napoleon, as Assistants, and its fuli register of
scholars, 85 in nil, Kuwniahno Seminary has dosed
n year of romnrkablo prosperity and progress. Is
there no wealthy friend who will providotho Instl
tntion tho funds it ought to havo at onco lo build
immediately n new wing lor dining room, dormi
tories, and teachers' parlor? Tho now scholars'
recoption room nnd reading room nro very taste
Assembly ruul at 10 it. m. Miuatcs of previous
day's proceedings road nnd approved.
nrcroRTs or standino coMMiTmrjj.
Mr. Widemaun, Chairman of Committee on Pub
lic Land) and Intomal Improvements, reported iu
favor of laying tho following potltious on tho
Petition from Maknwao, relating to disposal of
Government lauds to poor poople.
From Mnkawno, praying that small parcels of
Govornment lands bo sold to thoso owning land
From Kauai, that roads aud bridges at Kalihi
wai stroam bo repaired. Also from Kamoiliili,
that tho road from thai placo to Mauualna bu
repairod. Itcport approved.
By Mr. Pilipo that tho President of thu Houso
ascertain tho quantity of opium received by tho
Government from tho different sonrrwi during tho
Inst four years, and nlso tho amount and valno of
opium exported. Motion carriid nnd tho Minister
of Finance. G. W. Pilipo, J. W. Knlua, II. W. Ln
hllahi and W. It. Bico nppointod n Committee to
furnish tho desired information.
By .Mr. Lahilabl that tho Sergeant at arms bo
requested to supply members with copies of tho
Mr. Knlua moved its indefinite postponement.
Tho Ministor of tho Interior said tho resolution
was unnecessary hb t ho bookB would bo distributed,
ltesolution carried uud books distributed.
Mr. Aholo moved that thu voto on tho salary of
mo jjopuxy collector oi uusioma uo rccousiuercu.
Minister of tho Interior moved that thu salaty bo
incroasod to 0,000. Mr. Navrahi mado n long
speech against tho motion. A motion that tho
salary bo llxod nt 81,000 wascarrinl bynvotoof
23 to 21.
Motion to adjourn voted down.
By Mr. Palohau, whoroas yesterday a quantity
of opium was found lu the Custom flunso, there
fore, bo it resolved that the Collector of Customs
nnd his assistants bo prosocutod for having opium
Mr. Knpcna expressed his burpriso ut thu intro
duction of such n childish and ridiculous resolu
tion, and movod its IndoUnito postponement. Mr.
Palohau moved that it bo laid on table. Motion
to postpouo carried.
onncn or tue uay.
Houso went into Committee of tho Whole, with
Mr. Kapona ill tho chair, to consider tho Tax Bill.
Section G7 was passed na it stood. Section 68 was
changod so nsto inclndo property not liable to tax
ation, lands of any religious societies for church
sites aud burying grounds not excecdingflvo acres
iu oxtcut. Section 69 was passed without amend
ment. Commitloorce and reported progres. Kcjiort
lionso ndjourued at noon until Moudavat 10 n, in.
Monday, Juno KCth, 1SS:'.
From Hamakua that a cortaiu Uoveiumitit road
which was closed by tbo Bov. J. Bickuell and Mr.
Knikshi bo opened, and also a Government road
at Walplo. Iteferred to tho AUornuy-Uouornl.
From Kohala, that u markot bo oiieuod at that
place. Kof erred to Oommiltou on Coininoroo.
By W. II. Itioo, from nil tho districts through
out thu Kingdom that tho tnlo of liquor bo pro
hibited. This politiou boro n,lM sigunturos.
Mr. Aholo moved that this petition bo consid
ered with a hilt ou tho samo subject. Carried.
From Hilo, that native Hawaitaus bo prohibited
from selling or mortgaging thoir lauds to any ono
except to the Gavornmcut.
On motion of Mr. Pilipo this petition wns laid
ou tho table.
From Honolulu, by Mr. Uliknlnni, that com
merciul travclors doing business iu Honolulu shall
bo obliged to pay n licouso of 500, und for doiug
business iu any other town, nn additional llconsu
of p.ZQ. Signod by all tho merchants and sovoml
of tho retail dealura of Honolulu. Iteferred to
Committee ou Commerce.
From Haualcl, that $1,EC0 bo npnroprialtd fur
Improving tbo road from Wnikoko to Hacnu.
ltef.rred to tho Coiumittce ou Bonds nud Bridges.
Mr. Kaulnkou moved that $5 bo rvtviid to u iMttj
who hud paid double tuves, lleferrcd toCouunil
tco on Fiunuco.
Mr. Frank Ilrowu moved that tho tax list ns i-iid
by various nationalities in thesovernl districts, and
compiled at the iustaiico of tho Minister or Fimincc,
bo corrected. Mr. Brown said that his attention
had been called to this list owing tu tho incorrect
statement', concerning Ewa aud Waiauae.
Mr. Gibson said Fiunuco Committee had nothing
what ever to do with tho compilation of tho table
iu question. He regarded it as a useful table uf
reference provided it was correct. TheroMiinsl
have bMiu a vast amount of work entailed lu its
compilation, nnd tho compiler Is untitled to some
remuneration. If nn error had bin nude, it was
uo doubt through the information supplied nnd
not by the compiler.
Mr. Frank Brown bald he was poaitivu that the
document was iucorrct us regards Ewa and Waia
uae, und why should it not bo to tui regards other
places. As it stands hoooiuldercd a it utcles pko
Dr. Mott Smith said they might go lo greater
eipeusoand still not obtain better or more correct
ilr. Widemami moved iudtriulto postponement.
Loat. Original motion carriid.
Mr. ClejUorn read for first time on Act relutiug
to the disbursement of the tax collected nud
known as the Hospital tat.
Mr. Bishop gave notice of Act to amend SvCtiou
eh) of tho Civil Code.
Minister of Finance toad for the first time an
Act to nuthcriio a national Ioau. Ordered to bu
Pilipo said that some time ago he presented u
rnolaUon lu reference to stables in Honolulu, and
as yet uo reply had been proaeutcd by the Pre.!
dvnl of the Board of Health.
Pilipo moved that, vUurcs It appear that
smallpox U raj ing in r .u Francisco, nsolved the
Preaidout of tbo Board ot Health uiako known
what rules and regulations tho Board of Health
proptMe to make in regard lo precautionary iaea
Mr. Gibson seconded tho resolution. With
rofercnoa tq tho sublua, ho said that uu Saturday
last he visiUd thu large stables in iowu and found
them in an eicolleut atateof cleanliness. But not
wiihttandinc that, ha did not think that large
ttablusj are proir iuatitutiomt in the centre of a
city, more especially iu n tropical cllinato, nnd
therefore ho considered it nudosirabW that largo
livery stables be continued. With regard to the
resolution, lie said the Board of Health had aI
rtuuly taken every precaution. 1 luy have npjioint
ed n jiort physician who Is on tho nl rfre.nnd who
appreciated tho AllaVitlon. Iho Hoard appointed
Dr. 'Irouwau, nnd thrj have Uen highly pleased
and sstUfici! with this gentleman lutho fnlflllnieiil
ot liisiltillei. 'the Hoard realito how ranch more
Important nnd easier It is to prevent than locure,
and thoy aro pursuing a conrso of re-vncclnalion
on all iiersous arriving from tho Coast. His
Majesty has conferred on Iiim tho duty of tilling
tho iKmt of President, but if there can "be found a
, gentleman morn capable, more Interested in Iho
welfare of this Kingdom, howonld willinglyresigu
tiro trasl tn him. Itesolution carried.
House look ft recess at noon.
Uu reassembling tho Houso went into I'ouiinit
tioof tho wholo on tho Appropriation Hill.
I ho following Items pn.ncd :
I Salary Snd Statistical Clerk.,
i Salary Entry Clerk. ..,.,
2, ICO 00
I g'ary uoi lector nawntlinc
s..:ir.r:r:"i ;;"'." "".."
;?""' v-oiicuvor ncniaKeKltn.,,,
Salary (Hector Koloa..f..,.lw,.
I Salary Keeper Steamer Warehouse.,
Salary Keriwr Kernsctin VfnrtliotiMi,
i -ini-iiuni uunnis..,,,.. . ..,
Incidentals of Cnstoni Housu.'
ray lax Assessors. ., . ,
I Pay Tax Collectors:
ray i ax appeal Hoards ,.,
Nation Debt Fatlluq Due.,. . ,.,
Interest ou National Debt
Hospital Fund (estimated receipts
InckloiiUlfl Finance Department
Printing Certificates of Deposit...
Stnmtis and Dies
Messctigor. , .
In illjenssitif. tho salaryof storekeeper nttlinllo
iiulnlu Lnstom House, niter remarks by Mr. Kalua
........... ...,,.,u,,, luu.uinisioriu roreign AIIAtrH
Haiti ho honored tbo spirit by which tho represen
tatives woro animated in their estimation of tho
wrong doings of the Custom Houso ofllccrs. Ho
was glad that tho ojnntry had roproKontativca
whoweiu watchful ottho treasury nnd tho dis
tribution ot public monoys. They represent n
jealous Mintitnoiil of tho Hawaiian twoplo. If
every man should fall who was tho subject of
slander and malicious rnmor not one in tho
HotiMi would esoapo uninjured. Tharo wero
plenty of pcoplu who ilou't like tho prostnt Ministry,
and they don't say tho right kind of thing abont
n. Whilst ho mada those gcuurnl remarks on
theso general slnudorH it is of tho utmost impor
lanco that ofllctrs porformlng customs' duties
should bo above suspicion. The discission had
nHfliimedHUeh gravity, that It was iucuinbcnt on
tho Minister of Finance and tho Collector General
to invenllgalo thoso charges. 'Iho usunl courBo of
Legislators with regard to Individuals in offico
is to represent tho same to thn Ministers, and if
thorn nro parties in olfico who might not lo bo
there thoy will certainly tnko action regarding
thoiii. Ho trusted that Ihls Assembly will not
conidor that they aro discussing mi Allen or
Brown or Jones, but they bad undor their consid
eration nu appropriation for a certain office. Ect
Ministers nnd Judges fnll who cannot stand
against slander when evidenco is produced, bnt
let us voto for salarion nud tho presont Ministry
will sco thai tho right incumbents hold tho ofllco.
Mr. Aholo asked why tho Ministers remained so
quiet In this matter, why do thoy not follow up
nnd ascertain what truth thcro is iu theso rcjiorls.
Thoy intond to volo tho salary for tho ofllco but
thoy do not intend tho present incumbent of tho
olllco to get thai salary.
On Iho committco rising tho President nrpoiultd
tho following committco ou "salaried of Surveyor
and Uunrds, Storekeeper at Honolulu, Collector
at Kahului, Mahukonn and Hilo nud nlsoSurvoyor
and guards at said places;" Messrs. Pilipo, Kaiua,
Minister of Finance, Tahia, Aholo nnd ltico.
On Subsidies to Ocean Steamship lines. Messrs
Clcghoru, Ministor of Foreign Affaire, Kiipcnn,
Aholo nnd Nnbinu.
On return of douhlo taxation, Messrs Knnuainu
no, Knnknu, Lllikalani, Naknlckn nnd Palohau.
'Iho Houso ndiourncd nt l P. M.
Tuesday, June V.'7tb, 163?.
Houob met at 10 a. in. Minutes ot previous day
read nud approved.
Under Busixjiision of rulos Air. Knuuamauo pro
sontod n ixitition from Hnmakua praying that tho
sum of $i0 oxticudcd for snrvoyiug certain lands
bo returned. Iteferred to Judiciary Committco.
BLrORT Or SELl CT COMMiTTtES.
Mr. Gibson, chairman of committee lo which
was referred consideration of itoms relating to
Board of Uoalth, Government physicians, hospi
tals, nto., reported in favor of tho appointment of
6 physicians tor Hawaii, I for Muni, : for Kauai,
2 for Oahu and 1 for Molokai. Tho report ul-o
favored tho appropriation of 50,000 for tho freu
distribution of medicines, $U5,000 for tho gonurnl
expenses of tho Board of Health, nnd SWXT0 for
tho building of hospitals, eto. Itcport adopted.
Mr, haunamano gavo notico of his intontion to
intrpdnco a bill providing u permanent sottloment
for Ex-Postmaster-Goucral Brickwood.
Sir. Lilikalani gnvo notico of his intention lo
offer n bill increasing tho pension of Mr. U.S.
Mr. Palohau gave notico of bis intention to
introduce a bill regarding tho. licensing of milk
men. Under tmspcnsiou of tho rules Mr. Knuuamauo
rend first timo a bill providing for a permanent
scttlcmont on Mr. A. 1. Brickwood of 1,000 per
annum. Ueferrcd to committco.
Mr. Lahilahi road first timo a bill to amend sec
tions 1, 'J, L'l nnd 21 of chap, tl of tho Penal Code,
relating to tho sale and mniitifactnro of liquor,
and adding thrco now sections. Passed to prmlor.
Under suspension of tho rules Mr. Lilikalani
read tho bill providing for increasing tbo sottlo
mentonll.S. Swinton f rom ?C00 to $S00. Bead
wcond timo by tillo and rcforrod to committco.
OEDEU OK Tilt: DAT.
Consideration of Tax Bill iu Committee of tho
Sections 70, 71 and 72 wero passed without
amendment. Tho Inst soction provides Ihut tho
bill shall tako effect Jane 1st, 1X83. All laws and
parts of laws inoousistcnl with tho provisions' of
this Aotnre repealed.
Wednesday Juuo M, 1&32.
llouso met at 10 a. iu. Tho minutes of previous
meeting wero read aud approved.
liETODTS Or HEUXT COMMlTTKt S.
Mr. Frank Brown, chairman of a Special Com
milteo, to whom was referred lite item relating to
artesian well boring, reported that the Committee
recommend that three soparato items of ,00U
each bo appropriated for North Kona, -Molokai
uud Makua, Oahu, and also that ?20,000 bu appro
priated and placed at tho distosal of tho Minister
of tho Interior for sinking wells throughout tho
Kingdom where roqnired. Iteport adopted.
Mr. llicu guvo notice of his intontion lo introduce
Iho following acts:
1. An Act to amend thu law relating to summons
and warrant to thu Polico and District Justices.
2. An Act to provido more eOiciont registration
3. An Act to provide, lines for false uuknow Iedg
metit to instrnrututs.
1. An Act lo provido lines upon those who tres
pass iu thu foiualo seminaries.
Mr. Nnwahi presented a petition front tho dis
trict of Hilo praying lhal $500,000 bo appropriated
for a railway from Hilo to Waipio. Laid on tho
Tbo Appropriation Bill nu its second reading.
Tho following itcnis passid:
Salary Atloruoy-Ucuurnl , i 12,000
Salary Clerk r.,000
Salary Marshal 7,000
Salary hhurifl ot Hawaii f.,0U0
Salary Sheriff of Muul S,O0O
SalarySlicriff of Kauai 1,000
Salary Clerk Sheriff of Hawaii 1,200
Salary Clerk Shoriff of .Maui 1,200
Apptvhcubioii of crimhuiU., .1,000
Corouerb' inquests 1,210
Armed force, oontiugeut fund to bo ox
ponded by advicu of tho Kiti:uud Cabiuet
t'ouucil for tho Islands uf Maui, Hawaii
uud Kauai. ,.. . tiO,(U
lu disciuniu!.' thu item for sheriffs' salaries, Mr.
Kalua sokc of thu inetUcieuuy of thu present in
cumbents on Muni und Hawaii.
Tho Attorney-General said ho had Iweii diHantU
lied for some timo with tho manner in which thu
jiolico busluisa liad bceu cniulucted ou Hawaii.
'1 tm office is well worth tf'JJM a year if lhu duties
aru properly (erforiucd. It is n bad system that
ahonffsare tmnloytxl nt other than Government
dntlcs. Uu had it in couttmplntiou tu lustltuto a
general reform in tbo police udmiuLtration. If bo
had thu honor to mutA thu Assemby next so&siou,
ho trusted the pollee will be on a different footing
from tho prebcut. It is Just (KNtsibla that the pres
ent inouinbunt of the ofllco uu Hawaii wilt not oc
cupy ItU present position long. It is quite true
that tho Island of Kauai is woll looked ufler, but
It is hardly fair to draw a coinimrison between that
small island and Hawaii. The amount of liquor
sold on Hawaii Is surprising. He asked them to
voto for the office and not for the individual.
Poascd by a voto of 22 to 19.
'I he three itoms for District Attorney.) ou tho
ialunds of Hawaii, Maui and Kauai wero struck
out on lhu motion of thu Attorney-General.
Tho item of 9 20,000 for criminal expense was
referred to a Select Couuuittcti.
The item of 410.000 for ''An armod force, con
tingeut fund" Rave rie to a loug diicuiusiou.
'the Attorney-General pointed oat that tho coun
try was threatened by tbo largo Importation of lire
anas, which caused well-founded alarm for tho
safety of lives and property. "In time of peace
prepare for war" was thu Government policy, and
thoy purposed to provide for the welfare of the
Dr. J. Mott Smith Bald the iwasagu of this item
would place largo .urns uf money at tho soledbt
iiusal ol the CubiuiL They were asked to vote a,
urge sum, whieti ao applied, may prove more dan
eerous than the mobs referred to bv the Attoruev-
Uoocral, He had not seen Uimhi daBAroui nebs.
.Va far as Hawaii U coneerued, we are a ueaeeable
asollUiojld,amlllkeiytoreoifnio. lie ootid
not seo why we shonld voto JjfiO.nOO to nicol a dan
ger existing only In Imagination. If dangers
should nrlw, tho constltntion provides for sncli
contingencies. Byconont of tho Privy Council,
nny amount oi money enn oo umwn iuii"""
Hon of tho public poace. 'Iho volunteers nrn
enough, If called nsm by tho (lovcriiincnt. "hat
Is tho meaning of these largo appropriations for
Iho polico foreo? Aro tlicyuf no acconnt what
over? 'lhey are Iho sworn guardians nf tho pull
He pcaco, and if theyoro not offlclont. then lot
them bo made so. lfo syronalhlisl with the At
tornoy-Gonernl when he said ho desired to reor
gaiil? the force, and If it can bo mado bolter lift
wonld vole for larger appropriations. Men wltu
arms arc apt In commit deeds thatlaro regretted by
tho Government and tho people. Hn conld not oo
knowlcdgo tho necessity of dreading n revolt
aiming tho Chineso: thoy nro not a peoplo of that
Tho Ministor of Foreign Affairs said ho was glad
to recognlzo the Iratxirtauco placed on Article in
ot tho Constitution. II had in en said that It was
suflioicnltomeetnllemcrgencies. Ho remembered
when, lu 1H7I, tho Noblo Bishop, who was at that
timo .Minister of Foreign Affairs, had lo call upon
a foreign mnu-of-war to preserve peace. It is trno
tli Government have felt it their duty to bo watch
ful of tho interests of tho nation. 'I his force was
intended not only for Honolulu, but for Hawaii,
Maui and Knnal. Who knows how soon arlotmay
occur 7 Thcro were not only Clilnom lo provide
against, but wo must consider what may atise
arnoiif s'.onrselves. What provision Is there if tho
1'ortiiguoso or Norwegians on plantations ornate a
riot! Tho Government pressed lo havo these
men drilled. n they deem it their duty In pretlde
for the public pence.
.Mr. Bishop said this appropriation isimnicw
nary. Ho wns aware of Ihcro being Chinese secret
societies, bnt their object was Irndo and lo mako
money. If Ibis forco is to bo armed nnd drilled, why
not pnt them under Iho military? 'Iho explana
tions given by tho Ministers were not consistent,
me with the other. Hn thought therowns no need
Mr. llhodifl said there were several points not vet
touched tiiiou by cither sldo. Ho considered the
Hem n very necessary ono, but tho only thing that
would ennso him lo voto ngslnsl 11 Is tho piirtcii
lions amount tho Appropriation Hill has already
awolleii to. It was not tho fault of the Ministry.
Ho had, in formor sessions, protested against Iho
wholcsnlo introduction of Clifneso Into this country
nnd It is from this clement llintwn nro now threnl
ened. 'Ihcralind bcensoveml riotR iu his lime,
nnd all hnd been put down by Hawaiian forces ex
cept one. Ho felt It necessary not to allow fereigti
nations lo interfere in our domestic trouble.. The
necessity for this item nroso through tho last tlijv
omment. If thoy did not put It lu the Appropria
tion Hill, they gave reasons fur having it put in.
That Government sawUio dangcrof their previous
actions. It is llieso Chlncso who Hmnggle opinni
and sell liquor illlclly, throughout tho Islands.
They are horo wilhont nny wonion of their own,
nud lh.it all tends to break up tho 1 Inwallan future,
'that is tho element tho country have to guanl
ngainst. Ho deprecated tho reckless raising of
salaries, and thonght that somo measure of pro
tection ought to lie given to property. He nail
much contidenco Initio government as it exists,
more so than in tho formor .Ministry. If voted lie
knew it wonld only bo used for tho purio:o for
which It is intended. ,
.Messrs. Pilipo, Aholo, Palohau, Knual, h.ilua,
Nawahi and Kanhano nlso spoko on this Item. ,
The nycs and noes wero takon on tho indefinite
ixistponcmout with tho following result : Ayes
tl. It. Bishop, S. O. Wildor, J. Moaunuli, J. Mott
Smith, U. A. Widemnim, F. Pahia, J. Nawahi, J.
M. Kauwila, J. Kauhnno, O. W. Pilipo, S. Aiwohl,
W. H. Itlcc, total 12. Noes-W. M. Gibson, S. K.
Kaai, J. E. Hush, E. Preston. J. P. Parker, H.
Kulhelani, C.H. Jmld. J. Kaac, P. P. Kalioa, E.
K. fiillknlani, H. W. Lahilahi, V. Brown. S. K.
Mahoe, J. Kalnhi, J. L. Kaulukou, Ii. Aholo, J.
Nakookoo, P. Hanpu, D. 11. Nahiiiu, J. K. Hauna
mano, J. Kauai, G. II. Palohau, J. Nukaleka, S. K.
Kupihen, A. Knnknu, total 2.1 j total votes cast H7.
'Iho Houso adjourned at I p. in.
TnuasriAT, Junu 2!)th, 18H2.
Mr. Kalua moved that all tiersou.x holding gov
crumcut positions bo compelled to tnko tho oath
of allegiance, and that the heads of department!
bo authoned to withold all payinontH of salaricH
from such persons ns havu not vet complied with
Attornoy-Genend wild ho was not nwaruof nny
person who was in tho government wrvico who
had not taken tho onlh of allegiance. If tho Hon
member would furnish any information on thin
subject ho would havo tho matter lookod Into
Mr. Kuiena moved it bo referred lo n Select
Tho President appointed Musurs. Kapeim, Ka
lim, Minister Foreign Affairs, Kalnhi, Kauai.
Air. Pahia moved that, whereas this Houso his
mado bevcral appropriations for tho prosorvution
of tho publio pcaco on land, therefore resolved
that thoy appropriate fi T.00,000 forn man-of-war.
to preserve peaco on tho seas.
Mr. Nakaleka moved tho indelinilo liostiKinu
Mr. Knuwila moved that tho my of a certnin
mail carrier in Hilo district bo increased lo SIS 00
Mr. Kapcun moved the indefinite istpuuemciit.
Mr. Aholo gave noticu of his intention to iutro.
duco an Act to define tho timo in which suits can
bo brought for desertion from labor contract.
OniJElt OK TIIK DAT.
third reading of un Act to increase tho norma
nent eeUIcinent of Her Majesty (Jueeu Dowager
I.mma S.'.OOO ior annum in addition to thu settlo
mont already made. Passed.
Second reading of an Act to provido n nioro effi
aont sanitary administration for tho kingdom.
.i f wI?l?Uf'?r rvtP1wea, il,f !f '"to n Comuiitteo of
tho Whole, Mr. 0. II. Jndd iu tho chair.
'Iho Attorney-General asked tho member who
introduced the bill to explain tho object of iu
introduction. ' "
Mr. Kaunamauo said tho present had been in
voguo for Bovoral years and it wns notorious that
there was n general desire throughout tho kiuc
dora tp have a chnngo, to mako a medical man the
Presidoiitnudtocoustiluto tho Board a separate
bureau from Iho Interior Deimrtineut.
.Jlr- i,.r,cfllV"' Attoruey-Gciiornl, said tho Mln
ister of tho Interior is not President of tho Board
of Health. Tho Board isappoint.d by thu Ktac
in Privy Council, and ono of thoir member is
apiKimted by tho King to be President.
Mr. Abolo moved tho bill bo referred to the
hanitnry Committee. Curried.
The committee rose and reported accordingly
Second reading of an Act to amend section 1
chapter 18 of the laws of 1874. Hill read in id
referred lo Ihe Judiciary Committee.
Second reading of nu Act of chapter II of tho
Session Kaws of 1878 reluting to passiwrts.
Dr. J. Mott Smith moved that It bu cousidored
ucction by section. Carried.
Dr. Smith said this bill was Ihe result of a bill
bo introduced somo months ngo and referred to
comiiiittee. This bill does not ubolish iKissrwrtH,
but it prevents tho stoppage of assiort,s by mail!
cious protests. It makes it incumbent on tho
party who protests, going to Inw nnd proving his
Mr. Kaulukou moved the ludefiuilo postpone
ment of thu first section. '
The Attornoy-Goueriil said jH.oplo had been
induced to pay n f ruudulent claim rather than be
The motion to jioslpono wns lost, and tho sec
Tho bill finally passed and wns ordered to bo
engrossed, uud read a third on Saturday next.
,.rhSS"a, r,iadlne? ,f 5 Acl lo, nnend section 01,
15,66, of tho Civil Coilo relating to licenses.
Piissfsl to engrossment and ordered to lo read a
third timo on Saturday.
Second reading of nu Act to iierpotuatu Ha
wailan genealogy. Iteferred to n Select Comiu it
toe, 'lhu Pre-udcut appointed Messrs. Aholo,
haunamano, Mnhoo, Palohau and .Minister of tho
I.00".? ft'.0.1"! of.a."Act. " amend section 2C7
of the Civil Codu relating to the number of con
stables. ft" V"",,y-0,,c,S1 Mld U wn,i ,UB i'ltonlion
of the Miiiistry when they met nguiu nuxt session
to prejparea full and comprehensive measure dial
ingwfththoisilico. Hehoiied the Hon. iiieuibor
who Introduced tho bill will not press it tmwt
Itufyrrcjl to thu committco having iu churgo the
eousidvralltm of tho pay of iwlice.
Second reading of nn Actio reiical chapter f.7,
-. nf Iho Pciud Codo to mitigate tho ovili
arising from prostitution.
Mr. Widemaun moved thu iiidtflnitu iwstjnu-
Mr. Kcau moved it lass to engrossment.
Mr. A. S. Cicghom said ho should bo very sorrr
lp sou this luw repealed. No doubt it is nbrised but
that is not the fault of the Inw but of thoso who
administer Ihe law. 'this has to I remedied. This
law was scd in tho relgu of Kaauhamchn IV..
and ho worked hard amougsl tbo represfiitatives
to nave It issed, as it was for the good of histie.
pie. TTiis lsw doert not license prostitution.
Mewr. Kaulukoa and Kalua sjioku In favor of
The. motion to indefinitely jioslponu was wt,
and thu bill passed to engrossment.
House adjourned at 3 1. ui.
Norani, horribly drwty, anduvutbiuudrvliic
up. .Tlw Walluku Sugar Mill flnUhed be
siuaou's griudiug ou WcaUywday last, after a
steady uud prosious ruiu The yield ibeiual
season has bevn remarkably good. .One eftue
last, at thu residence of J. W. Glrviil AtiiS
former meeting has so great a proportlou of thu
comiHUiy contributed to tho gineril eulcrtalu.
mill Oneof thomo.1 wrttauTitoStipftte
two.U.t laeetluKs. was tho unusual number of
orlgitul artlcWIbeso were well writttrTaud
oonstsmeutly upprteiatod. Vuur currtHsujudeit
hopee to Us aide to report au increai Ihireiiilu
to the nuubar utoriaiaal ecairlbations, ?ltU
by theso that indivQuid members reelive tho
rao.t bnat...,Uhe K-v. Mr. Luc, of CW f'niU.
arrtvtd lu town on Thursday uioruing! . A f uTaTai
Iouk vacation wo sataijuio 'itrrlcert m thu Con"
ureradiunal CbAMb...,'iVi urUslan weu atjca-
W.14 aw" y? f V"1 r Uw ' MUfiaiuo
atjoot water. WaUr atauuUa few ft fioittu.