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Supplement to the Saturday Press, July 15th, 1882.
Ftm-Titian I) it.
Moniiat, July 10th, 18S2.
Houo met tit 10 n. in. Minutes of previous
meeting were rend mi J confirmed,
From Kolon, Knuni, that $Lo00 bo nppropri
nted for n Ixmt lauding in Hint district, Referred
to ii special committee (in public bindings.
From Mnui, bearing ?J signatures, thnt no nppro
ptiation bo mado or tlio (Jueen's lln4pit.1l. Also
that Dr. Fitch bo appointed physician of tho hos
pit.il. ltef erred toiviniuiry Committee.
From several districts on Oiitiu tliut the 11 so of
splritnons llipiors bo prohibited. Referred to n
Speclnl Comiuitteo having similur petitions under
nrroiiTs or comuitteui.
Mr. Gibson, Cbnlriunu of the Comiuitteo to
whom was referred tho "fleneml Expenses of tho
ltoard of Health." They recommended tho iiddi
tton of 10,000 to meet the largo ontlny for medl
cines. 'l'tii-4 makes tlie niuount nsked for f:t.",lt30.
Report received mid laid 011 the table to be con
sidered with the Approprhtion Hill.
Mr. Uico rend for tho tirst time 11 bill to amend
Chapter -S of tho boision lawj of 181-', relating to
punishment for false acknowledgim-uts.
Also for the tirst time n bill to iiinend Section
SiXj of the Civil Code rtl.iting to the service of
Mr. AI10I0 rend for the first time a bill to deter
mine the time in which suits for desertion from
coutmct seriice shall bo brought, lte.ul a second
tiiu and passed to engrossment.
Kalui introduced a resolution, th.it, whereas the
Reciprocity Treaty had been 11 great c-illse of pros
perity to this country and had increased the pro
duce of this country; mid u litre. is tho time is ap
proaching for in termination; resolved that the
Ministry 1 ly before tho Hous their line of policy
on this important matter, and also wh it they h.ul
done and what they purposed doing, ill order that
tho Assembly may oomider lh same.
Kalua said this tlouse has been in session a long
ttn'iu and had heard nothing from the Ministry on
this subject. In tho United States a cre.it effort is
being iiinde to lime the treaty terminate.!. Ho
understood the matter had liven referied to the
Committee on Foreign Relations, but nothing had
been heard from them, and an the Legislature is
assembled some action ought to be taken at 0110-.
1'ilipo supported motion and asked an opinion
from the Miumry or Nobles as to v. .nit induce
ments could be held nut fur the coiitiuutnceof the
ireaty. Since tho tro ity hid pissed bo had only
ubjecud to one clause, and that was, their not be
ing peruilltid to make similar treaties with other
l.atiuns. A former . Minister hid siiil in 11 speech
-at tLo Hawaiian Hotel, that a non-renewal of the
Reciprocity ireaty would bu tho tirst step towards
, annexation. 1'efh.iiM a lessation of territory
would haic tho desired effect, and prubably the
Minister of Foreign Affnrs has received a com
inunicitiou to this etfect. Tho tirst t hint; to pre
servo is tho independence of the country. It is
Useless to pass laws if the ludependenco is to
cease. He felt sorry that such a resolution had
been found necessary; it would havo been much
Utter if the Ministry hud giien their views, with
out bviug cillid upon to do mi. Ho long do the)
propose to wait tieforo they do anything?
Mr. Kallia s lid he warned a ht iteiuellt now.
Dr. J. Mott Smith slid he agreed wiih the reso
lution. It v..s one ut great iiu.ort.iut.e. It could
not be diuied thai ureal nil,iiit.igs had Ixeil
Sained by this treaty, and without doubt, a hlriing
effort was belli;; made in the United Stites to dis
pirit go the treaty. It is hio.li time that tho Gov
eminent should abnvr their policy in this matter,
bat he w..s in favor of tlieir Having a Utile time
iiud not pounced upon at a iiioiuellt's tlotioe. Ho
was happy to believe that 111 their multifarious
dalle they bad not neglected this matter, ll is a
imo.tion that has 11 great mmy pliasestli.it require
consideration. It is duo to this Assembly to dis
close their thoughts 011 this matter, 'lhis is an
important branch of the Uovernuieiit and one
that foreign nations look to. Ho was in fivor of
iictu'iii from the tirst day they assembled. The
one who advocates heartily tho renewal of this
treaty is tho best friend ttic Hiiwniinn can hive.
Tlu.ro ,is no dentin,' tho fict that tho treaty
brought the country toils present state of pros
writv. No denying tho fact, that if continued to
prosiwr us, and" its continuance will ensure our
independence uioro than auy oil or measure wo
cm Ih'.ukof. It is tho belief of Bimothat it is
necoss.iry to concede kuiiio territory. This wns
not tho case. It is a fact that wo have siveii almost
nil we can give. Wo could ui.iku no other offer ex
cept tlm novereiuty of the country. Some havo
said that it was the dsij;n of that country to
absorb ns, hut tho lxsl .uiu-'cr to this ! tho policy
or tlio UuitiU States tor tliu (list slxyears. r.iery
0110 of these acts point to tho fact th it they do not
want to destroy the independence of this country.
They s ly everywhere that they ure willing to treat
us in 11 kindly manner. When wo have such assur
ances shnll our suspicions be aroused by uewspi-R-rs
or by some unauthoritative rumor. This
treaty differs from the usual run of treaties, in
thai it is made subject to tho whole Senate mid
House of Representatives. Wo hnve;to consult
fancies aim desires oi a urge cms 01
.Mr. Kauunmniio presented n resolution that the
sum of $7,000 bo appropriated for improving tlio
lauding nt Koliolnlole. Iild on tho tnblo to bo
considered with tho Appropriation Hill,
outwit or Tirr. dxt.
Second rcnilinp; of a bill to rcgulato thorociipls,
custody itiul issue of puhllu moneys nnd to provldu
for the ntulititiKof publio nccouuts.
Tho Attorney-General explained tho object of
tho bill nt Krent leimth. Ho said that from tlino
to timo thero hnd been crent lrrei;ularlty In tho
public nccouuts; money hnd been paid nwny with
out due authority. All corporations havo nn nud
itinu of nccouuts sometimes; but this country
never. It is true this Ass-eiiihlv appoints a Com
nilttce on Finnnco whoso duty It is to Investigate
nccouuts, but unfortiitintely the investigation takes
place after tho mischief is done. It Is not intend
ed to do away with the Finance Committee, but to
facilltato their labors. The custom has been to
pay balnuces into the Treasury, and not the actual
amounts received. Hy this bill, payments c-in be
niiulo from the Treasury only. A now ulllco is
asked for. Ho niialvsed each section, and ill con
clusion proposed that tho House k into Com
iuitteo of the whole to consider the bill section by
Tho House formed itself into Committee of the
Whole. Mr. Kapoiin in the Chair.
Mr. Nnkalekn proosed tho iudeflulto postpone,
lueut of the Tirst section, tlo said tho lawn nt
present were ijood noil why chuu;c tliem. The
only object of tho bill nmsMrcd to him, was to
make a nowolllce. The 1-iiiauco Committee hive
all tho help they require from tho clerks in the
different ilenirtments, nnd theso clerks draw hirue
aai'irics. There welo also Ministers with hiren
salaries to watch those clerks and to see that they
do their dutv. The only effect of tho bill would
be to increase the expenses of the Government.
The Attor11ey-Gener.1lK.ud the ilon. member wns
mistaken. Hy this bill tho Government would
save many thousands of doll us 11 year, and it
would put tho service on such n footing that every
Ierson reeeiviiiR money would be obliged to piy it
into the Treasury direct. Ho was not aware nt
any law to th it effect at present. It provides that
all moneys collected in Honolulu shall Iwpiid in
every week and mi account retidereJ everv mouth,
ami outside of Honolulu, acn milts woulii be piid
in every month and account rendered every quar
ter. Tho first eleven sections of the bill pished nnd
lue iwelllll wis lmltlluitely 1' rttpatleU.
On tho Comiuitteo rising, air. iv it 11 1 moved the
indefinite nj-,lponeiiieul o tho rejsirtof t'ae Com
lteurt adopted, and the House adjourned at 4:15
1 UL.SDAV, J11I.1 11,1832.
r.Ll'OItTS Or HTAMUNO COMMIKTKIS.
Mr. Hishop, Chairman of the Coiiiiuittte on
Foreiyn Atrairstowhom um referred ti.-titions.from
Makauao and Honolulu praying that tho Kiel
pneity lleaty bo renewed, anil one friini Honolulu,
that immigration for asipulatiou Miitabjo to live
with tliiA'aiiaus ami to tncroite tlio nation be eii-c-juraued.
resirted as follows:
"lliene petitions, 110 doubt, express tlmwidiesof
the psiple of all pirtsof the kingdom, ty'r the ovi
deucuot thu benents derived through the Tre.ltyof
lleciprucili wnh the UmUd Statts aie-nti iipparetit'
on eiery hind, from the capital city to the most
remote uistrict, from ihe palace of the S.ier.i-i,
to tho cotta-o of the most Humble subject, in the
iinrnved conveniences for coiniiiiinicitiim hy laud
and s-ii. i . tin. ouh.tiiod value of leal estate, 111
ill br.u.ohes of trade mid of mechanical and olln r
ludustniK, 111 the sohisils, ill the Inciter wages fa
labor, in the iticrmscd reieuuu from dutiis. laxen,
etc., that it would bostraiiLoif areiieualof the
Tre.ity on itx priM-ut it rms, or us nearly ihe tunuv
as possible, were not desirtd b the people gener
ally and lij the iAgislativu Ansembl.
"itegardiiig thu jx'tition n latino to immigrants,
thu Committee would expret-a the hopo tiiat the
(J.neruuient will aid in bringing faiuilies of
heilthv pioplo of simple and industrious hibits,
who will be coiitoutot to remain in tho country to
help form a valuable p irt of the permanent popu
lation mid help to develop the rich natural ro-i-ouic.Hof
" 1'he Committee would recomiui ml tho Assembly
to lay these several pi titions on the table for the
Us-e of the House, ltesivcl fully submitted,
Chus. It. Hishop,
A. H. Cleghorn,
(J. W. lJili)o."
ICeport and petitions hid 011 the labia to bo con
sidend by tile Houe. A motion to let ueuspaiier
reporters to take copies of tho re,sirt was carried.
III. IllUVtU.Utll, 111,111 IIID.UUIIUIItDIIIltt III..II..C,
reported on tho expenditures during the sin ill-pox I
epidemic of 1HK)-1, aud uUo produced a long re-
port uyj.n. enu who was engaged oy 1110 pre
vious Ohairmmi of the Committee, W. M. Gibson,
to ui iiiiiuu into accounts. Many petty sums were
not slued in detail, and thu report poitited to sev
eral irregularities, such us lack of vouchul", re
ceipts, itc, Mr. Gibson moved that the report bo
priutid, ns it could then bo considered more Intel
IigiLly. As former Chairman of tho Committee,
ho made a few remarks. Report rtcehed and
1 10 11. 111. Wednesday.
duco nil net niithorirhig tho Commissioners of
Crown Ijinds to lease certain lands to Clans
Mr. Ahotn road nn Act to amend Chapter iV of
tho I'ennl Codo nddlng 11 Rectiou thoroto to bo
known ns Section tin, giving tho Attornoy-Gcnornl
to fli tho niuount of bail in certain cases. Rend
second tltuo under suspension nf tho rules. After
a long debate tho consideration of tlio bill was
Mr. Iilllkalniii rend first timo nn Act to regulnto
commercial ngentn from foreign countries doing
businu'S in this country. Passed to second rend
ing. Mr. Cleghorn nnder suspension of tho rnle read
nn Act to nmeml Sections 1417 nnd 1418 of tho
I'ennl Codo approved ill 187L'. Passed to second
Mr. Liliknlani moved thnt his hill bo rend n sec
ond time. Carried. Motion to refer to Select
Committee cnrreld. Following lire tho commit
tee : J. I. Kauliikou, C. R. Hishop, A. S. Cleg
horn, K. K. Ialik11l.ini nnd S. Ainohi.
Mr. Knulukou from Judiciary Committee, re
ported concerning n certain bill thnt had been
inquired about, that tho comiuitteo had not
received tho bill.
Rules suspended and Mr. Kniwuii announced
that tho King had approved tho Act to increase
tho settlement on the Queen Dowager Kiiiinn, also
thu Act to amend Section !)37 of the Civil Code,
also tho Act to ro-amend Section WJ of tho Civil
Mr. Nawnhi read tirst time a bill for protection
of contrnuts of which he had given notice to
amend Section '2 of Chapter 4G of the Civil Codo
pnsed in 1871'. and amended in 1H8J.
Rules suspended nnd roid second timo by title.
Motion to'inilulinitely iiostpono consideration of
in 1 1 cftrneo. v
s-' . Firrr-t ir-rn Uvt.
.' ,r f SVkiiksiut, July 12th. 18S2.
Ifonso mLtdnt 10n. ru. Minutes of previous
nleetillc'5verl re id and confirmed.
Mn-Aliolo gavenotico of his intention to intro
duce 1111 Act to regulate tho py of jurors.
OltPtll OK THE IUT.
Second readiiigofi an Act to regulate the
receipts, ciiHtis.lv and issue of the public tnouevs,
auu 10 proviou lor mo ii'iuii 01 puoiic 111 ciuni..
The House wont into Committee of the Whole,
with J. M. Knpeni in tho chair.
Tho 17th section was taken up. This siction
prm idee that tlio incumbent shall not follow nuy
profession or employment during his tenure of
olllce. and hissalirv to bn apiiropriited by tho
Legislative Assembly, shall not bo diminished
during Ids commit nice in olliee.
Mr. Mnhoe moved to strike out tho 1 ist condi
The Attorney-General maintained that it w is
uecessarv to have a m in th it would bo in 1111 hide
iMiudeut iHisitiuu. Tor dertlictiou of dutv could
be riisiM'iided but whilst he rem lined ill olliee his
salary would continue the s'lme.
Air. Nnwahi said ho considered tho clause nniie
Mr. Rhodes said, that tho man who takes this
olli c has to be a thorough accountant. I'rob ibly
ho will be a man in busiuons. Ho will be obliged
to giio up his business. He c-iuuot hold litis
oilico and even bo a sleeping inrtne.- in nay busi
ness, Therefoio he would as( if it was probable
that a nun would giro up a remunerative busi
ness, and take the olllce with a Kssibility of n
reduction of liis silir. This olliee isanilogom
to that of 11 judge. A mail of thu highest ability
tod integrity in w-iiited for this olliee. Ho must
bo tboroujhlv independent. Thi reforo by good
pay and other iuduceiueuts it ought to In? made
Worthy oi tho ncci ptalice of any iu.111 in this com
munity. After alone; dehat e in which several of tho renre-
sciitathci took part, the section poised as in, the
. Tho following sections pissul with little coui-
iiieut. Section ;'.(. thu last ill the bill provides
that this Act shall take effect mid become law 0,1
the tirst d ty of Jauu try, 188.1.
Ii: the committee ris ng, th' recomiiieuded tho
pissigunf the bill. Report adopted. To bo read
a third time on Wednesday next.
The 1 louse adjourned at oM.r p. 111.
of fireproof materials within certain limits in tho
city of Honolulu.
On motion the Houno resolved itself Into Com
mittee of tho Wholo to consider tho bill section by
Mr, Hishop, tho tntrodncor of tho hill, said thero
had tiovcr been nny legislation 011 this matter ; it
wns new to this country. Nevertheless It wn
common to overy city nnd town in civlll.eil coun
tries. It is n matter thnt has been spoken of
years b.iok, but no Act hnd been brought heforo
this Assembly. It embraces but a Hmnll pnrt of
Honoluln. If passed, horenfter tho limits could
bo extended, ll takes In only tlio central part of
tho city, tho part in which thero in n very Inrco
niuount of property. The object Is two-fold 1st,
protection against fire, nnd I'd, to enennrngo thu
Improvement of pioporty. It would bo n protec
tion, nut only to tho proiicrty 011 Hhqro, but to thu
shipping us well. Honoluln though small, in our
capital city, tho residonce of tho King and where
the legislature meets. Kvery nation tnkos great
pride in its capital. Within n few years Honolulu
linn improved in nppcarauce mid ho trusted it is
still to muvu 011 improving. It is 11 marvel to
every ono thnt wo hnvo so long escaped n great
(ire. Kvery building of tire-proof mntcriiil is 0110
step towards security. Tlio few brick buildings
011 Nuu, mil street might ptop nn extensive conlla
uratiou. Kvery substantial nnd handsome build
ing ndds to tho vnlue of property. If they would
tako notice of tho limits, thoy would find it nn
plies nlmost entirely to projierty owned by for
eigners. It cannot injure nny native or poor per
son. It well add to tho value of property nil
around. It does not compel nny (wrsoii to tear
down the present wooden buildings. Such build
ings that are now in existence may bu kept in
rep lir just ns long ns the owners wish, but it s ijs
thnt no more can bo erected. In n largu part of
Honolulu, it is impossible for a 111 in to get his
property insured. 'Tho pasngo of this Act will bo
11 benefit to the whole of Honolulu.
The third section of this bill provides that "thu
repaiis to external walls or roofs of any old or un
safe wooden building shall first meet with the
approval of the Superintendent of Works or nny
other person who may bo upisilnteil by the -Minister
of tho Interior for that purpose.
Dr. 1. Mott Smith spoko at length on this sec
tion but no there was 11 isishibillty of the bill being
thrown out by the objection evinced to this sec
tion, he would move that it be indifinitely post
poned. After a long mid dcsolutorv discussion, the Min
ister of the Interior moved that thu House risu '
and reisirl progress. Carried.
l'emliiig further debate on the reuviiuiug sec
tion of tho bill, the Houso adjourned nt :t:lt p. 111.
tliM f.inplKS Miul desires of ll
people ill me uiiu 01 iuo urn ru p. ""' Hv. Mr. Will., whereas, it Is of common rcnort
jure, ironi w"i i.u '? "" . ' ' ' t!mitlii. l'resfdent of the Hoard of Health is in
CoiiaresAbewns convinced Hint woouglit to boon. 11,.. illkmnilnn mm nf tin, disix-nimrvoii
hUitm instead of they U us, how o ng would it , tw ,.,,.: at tlml ',,,, ,, llB cufiaenco of the
,?.T?vh i " d !2!mil, ur Would nSrthir l"I''t w herns, he huh made numerous cures,
? S, . , l.iv. ?f i ,iS? Jroaml Lxe?t nil III ' ' I ! ''""''l "'a whereas, attention has
S'Trp'rrt'iiruriricvrTii tt , 'x n2
rllni who would stand nn nt 5 ur i wo?d for resolved, in tho name of tho publio of Hnwsii nnd
country who would stand up nt U saj n worn lor , . . . . . ,, , f
it we I denco in Dr. Fitch and pruj)ee to retain him, etc.
"".... .7 '".:..:."...."."...:... 1.::... ... .-i, air. riiuw maue exienueu remains on n rio
ui'L'ibCL uh ,erv iiiLeruHut MU ILIU IMJl.h UUIV U ..w .... -, .. .. t. .. ...
hear from the OoYuniiuunt. If thov bring f urwnrd
4 polioy which the l!ouo can supjsirt. he urged
Hie Asseumiy 10 render It. it we uegiccx
neilbct ILh verv ititerests we nre sent here t
c-iro of. No revision of the trenty cau go forwnnl
without the consent of thi Assembly, and tr not
dealt with nicely it will bo our mufortuno mid
Mr. Glbwin replied for hlinMilf ami colleafiuea.
saying that they concurred in the resolution, and
they would present A formal reply to-morrow or
Tho lloano took a recess nt 12:10 p. m.
Ou re-assembling at 110 p. m. they proceeded
with tho bminess of the day.
Uu naipension of the rules, Mr. Rice read for
the first time a bill to prevent the spreading of
UUoaw) among horse. 1'aued under wupomiou
01 tue rule.
whether it be true or not that they are going to
Utscoiittiine tue uisptusary, ana 11 ttiey nave conn.
Mr. Aholo gave notice ot a bill to amend Cuapt.
)of 1'eft.vl Code.
lutlon. nnd was nnnwered bv Mr. Gibson, who
stated that there wan not the leant foundation fur
the report. lie said it was necessary to increase
the ncooimcodations of the dispensary, and thnt
the posters requesting leoplo to go to the Queen's
Hospital were posted up on account of the too
great rush at the dispensary at present, where the
accommodation were Insufficient. Mr. Wldeinaun,
Mr. Aholo nnd Mr. Kauhaiie Joined in the debate,
which UateU until after 12 o clock. A motion to
lay on table was carried.
House met at IM p. in.
Mr. HUbop read for tlnr time an act relaline to
rumors at the Reformatory School, l'assed to
Mr. Gibson gave notice of his inteutiou to iutro-
Tiiuissiiat, July Will, 1882.
House met nt 10 11. 111. Minutes of previous
meeting were read and coiiiiruud.
Tho .Minister of Foreign Alfa Irs read n reply to
the resolution introduced 011 Monday hy Mr. J.
W. Kiilua. Wo alluded to the iiillueneo of thu
Ilnwiui.iii Minister nt Washington, and in conclu
sion ho reeoiumeiided that the item " Kxpenses of
Foreign Missions " bo increased from iflO.OCJto
Mr. I'iliiMi moved tint this report bo printed.
Mr. Knulukou, chairman of the Comiuitteo 011
Judiciary, reported on thu bill to nbolish peddling
licenses. Tho committee were ill fitvor of thu
object of the bill, and with a fo-v amendments,
they recommended the passage of the bill. Heiiort
In Id ou the taiiio to nu coiisiuereu wuu tue mil.
Aim, ou 11 petition from Makuwao, praying that
emploiirs shall bo prohibited from imprisoning
persons under contract for oven ten minutes. Tho
committee wero aware ttiat abuses had occurml,
but thoy wero generally caused by magistrates
who do not understand the law. They recoiu
mended tho indefinitely postponement of the peti
tion. Report ndopted.
Also, on 11 iielitiou from llnn.i that Crown Lands
lie leased only to persons living 011 them. Inde
finitely Kistpoucd. ...
Tho simw ooiniuitteo also recommended the
iiideUuito iKHtponeniout of 11 petition from Miikn-
. tl.n. .... ....-u fM.lt... .-It 1... ll.,lttuil tftlfl till.
country. Repott ndopto.l.
Also on n petition praying for n loan of f 10,000..
000, nnd ono relating to the holding of Circuit
Courts, both of which they recommended to bo
laid on the table to bo considered with tho respect
ive bills nu these subjects. Reports ndopted.
Mr. Kauimmano gave notice, and also read for
the first time, ait Act to amend Sections 11 III and
!KS of the Civil Codo relating to tho tippoliitineiil
of District Justice. Referred to the Commltteo
Mr. I'lllisj read for thu first time nn Act relating
to the encouragement of agriculture, Uu auseii
sion ol the rules, this bill wns mad a aeooud time
and referred to the following Select Comiuitteo t
Messrs. Richardson, 1'ilipo, J. Mott Smith, l'ahlik
and the Minister of the Interior.
Mr. Mahoo moved that the Act relating to stray
pheasants, chickens, etc., be placed on the Order
of the Day (or to-day. Carriod.
OBDKH Or TU lUY.
Second reading of an Act to restrict the erection
and repairing of buildings, other thau those built
W. E. ROWELI.,
Consulting nnd ConstruottuR Engineer.
lllmutes pIuiih mid Spetlltriitliuii1 ilruwn up fur Ma
elitiier). llrhl!;ei., ltiillillngs, Fluiuer. I'IiHiik, tl'uler
Cllllre. elc. Will undertake loiailiertlltemtcoliiilllic
tloll scd erection.
trn.1 tlKKIOK-HH Merchant Street.
MH. K. A. IIAUT HAS .TUHT RK
turned finm bun Frniiclfin, Slut line oiemil an
Ice Cream Saloon !
IN CONNECTION WITH
Tlltt 1ST. HI IIOI'.m:. Mer. Hart Urof. luivo
rcimvaled "Till-. IHM.Ml f A lll.olts.," ami their
combined iMslilUlunents ate now the 1'lneH In thl
City. ('jaifl IIAKT lllttlh.. I'rnirlelr.
SINGLE BLCK WELL PIPE!'
Cut, Punched anil Trimmed.
nu I'Kirr. n i.:ii, , in.
Double Black Well Pipe !
Cut, Punched nnd Trimmed,
10. 1 It.. H I111I1. .. lUf Mil 11., 7 Inch, No. til.
atr For tsule
K. A. hllllAKKKll .t f.'.
New Steam Bakery !
MR. HEW SHiN. HAS OPENED A
NHW BTH AM II V It 111 XI. IT
On King Street,
next door to lion. J. MutiiiunH'a )ireinlei.
All klntlH or IIRK.VD Muiiufafliirid of ihe
hot quullty only.
IV Oriktt received by Hung O.uon, No, .IS King Ht.
UU IKUAXU (HtUBUS HObtOTKU. lyr
Koloa Suar Company J
tncoriratril. (Capital Mock pihl up),
AT Tin: AU.TUUHMCJ) ANNUATi
tltelliig nf thu Htockliolilera of the Kolon Huyar
Company, held at Honolulu, July 3ct, A, 1). IMW, the
following Ofllrtra Mere elected fur 11110 year and until
their iuccrori aliall be elected I
Adult llaueberir l'reatdrnt
W, K, A 11 tout Cro;ip,., ,...VIce rietldvnt
William O, Hmtth, Secretary
11, W. Hclimldt , Treamrer
H, M. liainon... , ,..,..... .......Auditor
All of whom accepted orflce.
llv llu, li-nni uf lha Charter of llicornorallon. 4I Nn
tixkholiler tliall indtvldually ha liable for the debt" of
the Corporation hrond the amount which may bo duo
npon the ahars or harea tic Id nr owned by hlni,"
' WILLIAM O. HM1TII,
tircretary Koloa Suar Co.
Honolulu. July 6th. lbSJ. WI3 3t
tyilK UNDWI?8IGNKD HAVING
X mad certain lmpioremeutt In tho arrangament
aud conatructlon of Kluca and Atr auacca for Hteam
Uollera which effect a conildrrahle larlaK of Fuel Ii
wllllnr lo Kuarantea all work aalruated to him.
Addrtai E. Oimur, 147 (iiaiB Ht. TH