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BY E. P. ADAMS.
11 otJ r of the A-di-ners of l hi
l Public A'.riiui
ON SATURDAY, AUC. 5th,
At It! iiVlneli 'I.. n Niilc IttMiiii.
THE LEASE OF THE PREMISES
l'oriueiljr ocmidul l I. Aslii, and initialed aum
Engine lljuse No. I. The original lease explris on
January ). I'M, rental lo that iUIc baring been pnlil .
but thi' ptltllffcof extension for fire years, al (hr an
nual rent of IM), has been granted by the lessor. The
btilMlns on eatd pirmbrs hac been preTlonsly fold
liyl" Attn to one Allma, anil may tic removed fir tlir
latter on or before .l.inmry 1st, lb)
IU 1' AIIA.M.S, A IK' II'.
REGULAR GASH SALE
ON FRIDAY,: : AUC. I Ith
A I in A. .'I. ill Sitlr lltimii.
At I? o'clock noun, in sales Room, will be ulii
2 GOOD CARRIAGE HORSES
II. I'. AIIA.M.S. AtlL'Ir.
OF SALE !
lly illrcetlon nf AN'TONE I.I'.VAUO llic Muiliraci o
named Inaeertalu Inilcntiirc of .MottcaqciUtciThcli
ruary Dili, tun, matlo by W Thomas Mnrtlu to tlic said
I nm Instructed to fill ut Public Auction.
ON SATURDAY, AUG. I2tli, 1882,
At 12 M., at my Salesroom, In Honolulu
All thiil, certain Piece or Parcel
Situate at Kau, Island of Hawaii, kuoiwi im Hie Innil
nf K10LOKAA, mure jiartlenlarly described In Itoyal
I'atcut No. 3J1U, nml containing an nrcn of HK) acres
All Unit Curium Piece of LAND !
Situate In said KIUI.OKAA.
Moro particularly iteecrlbcil In lloyul l'nlent No. PoS
ronulnlns about CO Acres anil being the e.une com eyed
to rail) W. Thomas Martin, by the Administrator nf the
Estate of Kaitlla, by dent dated .March -jIIi, 1319 of
rccoril In Liber M on pacurJ
tV Kor further particulars einiilrc of
i:. I' ADAMs Ann -Or
Cecil llronn, All'y. for Mortg.iEce
Executor's Sale of
lly onlcr of Messrs. .luhii Una undT It. Poster l.xccu
tors of the Kstatcof J. Prater, deceased I nil)
sell at Public Aurtlon,
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 19th,
At It! 31., at Males Hoom, If not previously ills
posed of at prUalcsalc. that certain piece or
Willi the lliiiiiliiiKS Thereon,
Situated nu Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, ucuily up.
posite the entrance to Hit) quccn'e Hospital, .in it
belonging to tho lt.itc of sahl J. l'razer, deceased,
Containing tut Arm of shout 1-!! or mi Acre.
'I he home has u Parlor, blltlnz Itooui, Dining liooiu.
Two tleilrooma, Dressing Itoom, Until Itixim unitPuutry
Tbcru ant also a Kltchtu and a stable.
tXT DeeiU at the Expense of l'nrchast r
C. P.ADA.Mh, Anclr.
THOS. G. T11RUM
KEHPJXTl-'U TAjY ATXOr'C'ICS
the receipt, ex late arrivals of selections lit
Crackled Glass Vases,
Birthday Cartls, newest tlcsipts
Windsor & Newton's Artists' Materials
rinu Lcnthvr nml 1'ltwU llniri, lulest utile,
1'iirxeH, Onril Ciiho.t, Mnniu Kullit,
Jnkatnmlrt, Glami I'niicr Wcijthls,
Jluttorick's fill Paiier Paltenis,
A full dcKortmcnl of l.ilel ljlc, lo be followed
with regular supplies each month
BOWENS FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
American Bunting riitfK
rrnniS to 12 feet lengths.
from n Inches to 1 feel lenj
Per Bark Lady Lampson,
A l'luc Aeioiliiieut of latest
NOVELTIES IN JAPANESE DECORATIVE ARTICLES
personally svieclcil from the celibated
Iolii Ban Japaneso Bazar
Tho above OOODS ore opened up at the
IURT Nlrcct MTIIHt:, (IIHKWIIIIH Ill.OCIi.)
and aro placed at tlic. lowest figures for the
e nciurEemvnt of buyers llolh the
FORT AND MERCHANT ST, STORES
w 111 b conducted 011 as liberal a basis to the
public as possible, commensurate with
IX AM. CANUH.
C'orrenHiudcnci) respectfully solicited, ami Order,
faithfully attended to.
n, J. THIUIM TAKias rl.lIASllli: I.
JL aiinoiiueiiiB the selection of the buses! and
Itnfil stock of
MISCELLANEOUS AND PRESENTATION
Art uiiil Fancy Uooil
. ., ... AND
for the 'M. TK ABU. due noli u of which
will b Riven receipt of
fc'mtcrn lnalces Also
Having beeu appointed Acent for tur
American Tract Society's Pub-
A Kull tlofk of their deilrabU HOOKb. IHBUiS
frblssltowancs msilctobaudiybctiools and rcitheis,
som List 1'ilces. , ,
UKMPCOKDAUKL AND BOLT HOPE.
btmi:t or Niiui r;ji'j
m .TT:7n:L ,-
m lucaioo mini mv, wpunjtf
Itoastllue, Marline, Uvundluir. 4c.
, tueblot Inch, Al., Bpunyam ScWlUB, llaliiu.
PACIFIC RUMIKK PAINT.
A full auoitincut of Ihls celebrated palulandU
vanil o gallon pm1.m:ci, all lno dvttrabU shades. In
(lor. Fit sal by 1JOLLKS Co
A 3NT 3NT
o V . si
At the Honolulu Clothing Emporium,
A. M. MELLIS, 104 Fort St.
DILLHNTG-IIA.M: & CO.,
Mine Just Received a Yery (Jomlete Asoi'tnicut of
New and Staple Groods,
l'ouliieh thoy bej; lo cull aUciillou In addition to their imial stock of
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House
Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, &c, &c.
l) of hlch arc of !n Mol Approved PuttcrtiSi they lup ricelvcd many Novelties new to this Marl.it
LANTERNS - A Full Line, in Quantities to Suit !
llnrner Is No.O, ;, Inch
No. 1 has .
lucli Wick. No. - ban 1 inch
No !! has lij Inch Wick
I and n Diamond, Itackcl. Itallroad, Hull's j:
New St) lea of Plows- llre.ikers specially adapted to Sucar
i uoiiiar iiaueuiK, ntreci,
rurrow t-s.if vi , nviTmincrcni sizeianii aiyics.
LiiiiiiiiV ILiw iiH
1111KS..VC. rr.i:i currKitN. o.vyiikin, ox ito, :n,t.N. also, on iia.m. ii.itih'
MHO AV.AKlri AM .HriJltKIIAIir.lt WAUONiS.
r.?7".0iir hloik Is now larttcr and more complete lh.ni
1 ilriil'llill" Uootts. Tlunarc. Itillldcrs' llurdare. and all
llirs, Lumps, and Lanterns. On hand and lo arrive, all kinds of American nuil Kncjlieh Paints and Oils used In
this markit, Valentine's and licrry llros.' Varnishes, iJruslies of all kinds, Manila nuil Blsal Uope, Lubricants a
Specialty. too 81
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SS 5 co !b! El
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sssa 3 m
STl S S 0 HO
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H. J. NOLTE,
to uuuuuiice to his friends and the
publlr In general
That ho litis opened tho nbovo Saloon
where Urbt-clnbii Refreshments
Hill be md front 3 a. in till 10 p. m , under the
Immediate siipenulou of MR. R08f.rU OUHAFfEN.
THK 1'INKbT GRADES Or 5
Cigars, Pipes and
l liosiu bv a pcuonul selection from drtt-clJ manu
factories, has .been tblatncd, and will be added lo from
1 lino to lime
Out of Druniwlct, X Italke'a
Celebrated Billiard Tables
1. counrel.d wlih the caMUIshaittil. where limn
bl of the cm can l'tltlpale. .H;.
SPERM OIL !
II1HB UK.M'INi: AH riCXk:. HTKAIMKH
. itc, In perfect order. Juil rceehid per
W- For Sale by
I b 34, X
XT A. TLm
OnnuinoNo. O Tubnlnr
No.) Iluruer, Ji Inch
e, Mile Tubular, Mill Tubular, Hoy, Ilaby, Pocket,
ana many oiner rmes.
iff , 1 III n
HI II IJ a
ncii 10 ouc;ar Lanos, .i?o a 11111 11110 01 .tionne, i-.aieanu uouoie
ilvlen. X Slvlrn of II AltltllWS. ?ll I.T II' A'I'llltS. IIIIIDiK
ever before, nml Is oircred at lowest
kinds nt'lnol.-. etc. Also, sllin 1'1iIimI Wnrr. Uhitidr.
Tin; I.AItlil.M' AMI MOM'
- to 111:
FOUND IN HONOLULU !
Wc are Constantly In Kccclpt of
Fresh Supplies !
Most Reliable Manufacturers!
IN Till: UNITlillHTATK).
P. Lorrillad & Cos
Tin Tag Tobaccos,
Vanity Fair Tobacco and
tdrji. xx ci.
CIGARS, MEERSCHAUM 1
Hollister & Co.
Wlioli'wilcuinl Itctnll Tolnuconists.
oif si nu xuitAMi NiKtfiri'.
Planing Mill, j
121 Fort Street. Honolulu. 1
C. J. Hartiao,
H. F. Bertelmnn,
Contractors and Builders.
I'litaning, Shaping, Turniiy,
Hand anit&vvll Saving,
lhtort, Axtili, Winds,
Doornail Wiiubit Friwm,
lirncktln, Utilluittrs, Stairs, c,
Math lo Order,
Mouldings nml Finish
IV All orders, filled on short notice, and Jtbblsi
promptlT attsoded to,
Slouldincs Qiade to any pattern without ritra ehirie
for Walter. t
Price of Machine Work, 1 1.00 to
1.50 pr hour.
Oil 1CK SIT'T WATKIt WOIIKS
UosoLCU', Jnly 3d, 1MJ
All pcreone h.ivlnR Ifalfr rrlvllees arc notified that
their Water Rales are payable ecml-annnally. In nd
Tancc at the Ofllcc of Ihr Superintendent of Water
Works, foot of Nnnanu street, npon tlic 1st day of Jan
uary ami July of each year
f. II. WILSON, Hiip'l, Walir Works,
nil 101 SiMo.N K. Kaai, Minister of Interior
Ilosototu, June aril M:.
Irrigation after this date Is limited to four (t) bouts
per dsy, l'rom 0 lo 8 In the morning, and t to 8 In tho
Permission lo Irrigate during more cumcnlcnt hours
w 111 be granted on application to IhoSupcrtcndent.
Persons found Irrigating except during specified
hours will hate Ihelr prlriliges atupended without
notice. O. I), l'ltKETII. Snpl. Water Works
Approved Himon K. Kaai,
Minister of Interior Uli f.
SESSION LAWS OF 1882.
To Amksd Scutions -128 and 429 or tiiu
Oivil Code, " or tiic Naturalization or
Ui; it E.VACTLti by tho King anil llio
Logislativo ABsotnbly of the Llawniiau Is
lantls iu tho Legislaluro of tho Kingdom
SrcnoN 1. That Kcclious-128 and 420 of
tho Civil Codo bo and tbo sumo arc hereby
amended so as to read as follows :
' Section 428. The Miuistor of llio rn
totior, with tho approval of the King, shall
havo tho suporintendonco and direction of
tho naturalisation of foreigners."
"Section '129, Tho said Minister, with tho
npprornl of tho King, shall havo the power
in person upon tho application of any alion
foroigncr who shall havo rosidod within tho
Kingdom ftvoyoars or uioroncxL preceding
such application lo bocomo a permanent
rosidout of tho Kingdom, to administer the
oath of allogiauce to such foreigner if satis
fied thaL it would ho for tho good of tho
Kingdom, and that such foroiguor owns
without cncuuibranco laxablo real estato
within the Kingdom, and is not of immornl
charnctor, nor a rcfugoo from tho juslico
of some othor country, nor a dosorting sail
or, marine, soldior or ofliccr."
Section 2. This Act bhall becotno a law
from and nftor tho dato of its approval, and
all laws and parts of laws in contravention
horowith aro hereby repealed.
Approved this 27th day of July, A. D.
1882. 910 KALAKAUA HEX.
To Amend Section 978 Or'TiinCiVAi.Coui;.
15 n ir enacted by tho King and tho
Legiblativo Assembly of tho Hawaiian Is
lands in tho Legislature of tho Kingdom
That Section 978 of tho Civil Codo bo
and tho samo is hereby amended by strik
ing out tho words : "Notice of such insol
vency or bankruptcy " iu tho eighth lino
thereof aud substituting tho words " No
rcabouablo cattbo to beliovo him lo bo in
solvent or bankrupt," so that tho said Sec
tion bhall road as follows :
" Seotion 978. Tho baukrupt shall bo
divostcd of all his title and interest in his
proporty from the day of his failuro (oxcopfc
tho necossary clothing of himself aud
family, and such other necessaries, not lo
exceed tho vnluo of threo bundled dollars
as tltojustico may desiguato) and ovory
assignment, convsyauco or transfer of ItiB
propcrty,Jby him, aftor ho shall havo bo
como insolvent or committed an act of
bankrujitcy, except upon a good considera
tion to a bona Jhlc purchaser having no
rcasouablo causo lo beliovo him to bo in
solvent or baukrupt, shall bo void, aud tho
proporty so transferred may bo recovorod
and disposed of by tho absignccs for the
bonoftt of tho oroditors."
Approvod this 5th day of July, a. d. 1882.
910 KALAKAUA REX.
To Re-Am end Section 892 or the Civil
Code amended on the 30th day or July,
A. I)., 1878, to rnoviDE ron a Police
Jubricu ron the Distiucx or North
Kohala, Island or Hawaii.
lie it enacted by tho Kin" and Iho
Legislative Asbomhly of tho Hawaiiau Is
lands in tho Legislaturo of tho Kingdom
Section 1. That Section 892 of tho
Civil Codo as amended on tho 30th day of
July, A. D., 1878, by iuserling the words
" and ono of those appointed for tho second
District of Hawaii shall bo Polico Justico
for tho District of North Kohala," bo and
tho bamo is hereby amended so ns to read
as follows :
" Section 892. Ono of tho District
Justicos appointed for tho first District of
Oahu shall by uppoiuttnont be Polico Jus
tico for tho Port of Honolulu ; and ono of
thoso appointed for tho first District of
Alnui shall bo Polico Justico for the Port
of Lahainn ; aud ono of those appointed
for the second District of Alnui shall bo
Polico Juslico for tho Wailuku District;
aud ono of those appointed for tho lirbt
District ot Hawaii shall Do the 1'oltco J us
tico for tho port of Hilo; and ono of thoso
appointed for the tccond Distriot of Hawaii
bhall bo Polico Justice for tho District of
Section 2. This Act shall becomo law
from and after its approval.
Approved this 5th day of July, A.D. 1382.
910 KALAKAUA REX.
To Amend Seciion 1 and 3 or an Act Ar-
1T.0VED ON THE 22.SD DAT OF JUNE, A. D.,
1808, RESrECTINd THE SLAU0HTER AND
SALfc OF RCEF, AS AMENDED IIY AN ACT,
AITKOVED ON THE 18TH DAY OF JULY, A.
D., 1874, AND FURTHER AMDNDED UY AN
ACT, AITROYED ON THE 15TH DAY OF SeF
TEMRER, A D., 1870.
He it outctal by the King aud tho Legis
lative Assembly of tho Hawaiian Islands
iu tho Legislaturo of tho Kingdom as
Section 1. That Section 1 of tho baid
Act bo uud tho same is horoby amended so
as to read ns follows ;
" Section 1. Tho Minister of tho Inter
ior may at any timo liccti&o for tho term of
ono year, any applicaut to slaughter uuu
sell bcof either in Honolulu, Ewa, Waia
nac, wnialua, iiooiauioa, nooiaupoiio,
Islaud of Oahu ; Labaina, Wailuku, Ma
Kawao, Hnua, Kipahulu, Island of Maui ;
iu tho Iblaud of Molokai Hilo, Ilamakua,
Kohala, North Koua, South Kona, Kau,
Puna, Islaud of Hawaii; Koloa, Lihuo,
Kawaihau, Haualei, Waimoa, Island of
Kauai ; upon receiving for such license tho
sum of twenty dollars ; provided, however,
that this Section bhall not bo held to ap
ply to salted or corned beef, brought from
other parts of the Kingdom."
Ejection 'J. int.; section a ot tne sam
Act bo nnd tho same is licroby amended so
as to read as follows .
"Section 3. Whoever hatl slaughter
or eoll Uecf iu Honolulu, Kwa, Waianac,
Wnialua, Koolauloa, Koolaupoko, Island
of Oahu j Lahaiiin, Wniluku, Makawno,
Ilium, Kipahulu, lelan.l of Maui ; tho
Island of Molokni; Hilo, Ilamakua, Ko
haln, North Konn, South Koua, Kau,
Puna, Island of Hawaii : Kolon, Lihiic,
Knwaihati, Hnnaloi, Wnimoa, Island of
Kauai ; without first obtaining a liconso
thorofor as providod iu Section 1 of this
Act, shall bo subject to a lino of not less
than Ion nor moro than twonly.fivo dollars
for each od'enco, in the dihcrotion of tho
Section !J. All laws or parts of lawi
inconsistent with tho provisions of this Act
nvo horoby ropoaled.
Approved this 21st day of July, A. D.
910 KALAKAUA HEX.
To amend Section 11 or Ciurui: 55 or
the Penal Code, r.EsrEcmo Dance
Ik it enacted by tho Kiug and the
Legislative Assembly of tho Hawaiian Is
lands in the Legislature of tho Kingdom
Section 1. That Section 11 of Chapter
55 of tho Penal Codo bo nnd tho samo is
hereby nmcndod so as to road as follows :
" Section 11. Ths Jlinist or of tho Inter
ior may in his discretion, grant to nny
person npplying therefor in writiug, n
liconso for otio year, lo keep a public
Banco llouto iu tho City of Honolulu, nnd
iu the town of Wailuku, Maui, upon ro
coiving at tho hands of such applicant, tho
sum of ono hundred dollars, for tho benefit
of tho Royal Exchoquer j providod, how
over, that no such liceusu shall bo granted
to any person holding a spirit licoiuo,
keeping n storo, tea shop, or billiard sa
loon, or to any porhou interslcd iu such."
Section 2. This Act shall become a
law on tho dato of its approval.
Approvod this 21st day of July, A. D.
910 KALAKAUA REX.
To PnoviDi: ron the Holding or an Addi
tional Teiim of the Circuit Cout.t ron
the Tlied Judicial Circuit.
Be it enacted by tho Kiug and tho
Logislativo Assembly of tho Hawaiian Is
lands in tho Legislature of tho Kingdom
Section 1. Thoro shall bo held on tho
first Thursday of Soplombor in every year
at Wniohiuu in tho District of Kau, Island
of Hawaii, a term of tho Circuit Court of
tho Third Judicial Circuit of tho Kingdom.
Section 2, Only casos arisiug within
tho District of Puna, Kau, North aud
South Kona or tho said Island of Hawaii,
shall bo heard ut said term of tho Court,
but cuecs arising within othor districts of
tho Baid Island of Hawaii may bo hoard by
consent of parties.
Section 3. If thcro shall bo only ftvo
cases or n lessor number to bo tried at tho
term of tho Court by this Act ostablisbod,
thou it shall ho lawful for tho Chiof Justice
of tho Snprcnio Court to order, giving duo
publication of tho samo, that tho said term
bo not held, nnd that tho said ca6cs ho
transferred to bo tried at tho regular term
of tho Circuit Court to bo holden at Wai
moa, iu tho Islnud of Hawnii in Novomber.
Section 4. This Act shall tako effect
upon its passage.
Approvod this twenty-first day of July
A. D, 1882.
910 KALAKAUA REX.
TO Provide a Permanent Settlement ior
Nihoa, widow or S. Kin, deceased.
Whereas, S, Kipi aud his wife were in
tho sorvico of tho Government for many
years from tho timo of Knuiktaouli, Kn
lnchnmoha III., and in tho reigns of Kntnc
hamoha IV., Kamchamoha Y., Lunalilo,
and of Kalakaua; and great conftdenco
was reposed iu him ou account of his hon
esty and fidelity. And,
Whereas, by tho death of tho Hon. S.
Kipi, hia widow is loft desolate with a largo
family of childrou, and in noody circum
Re ir enacted by tho King, aud by tho
Logislativo Assombly of the nawaiiau
Islands, iu tho Legislature of tho Kingdom
Section 1. That tho sum of threo hun
dred dollars per aunuum is hereby perma
nently settled upon Nihoa Kipi during her
lifotimo; Provided, however, that in caso
sho shall marry again, then this provisiou
shall becomo void, and of uo effect.
Section 2. Tho Minister of Finuuco is
horoby directed to pay tho baid sum out of
llio Public Treasury iu like manner with
other salaries nnd npprpriatious annually
or by tho month.
Section 3. Tho said Nihoa Kipi shall
bo entitled to draw upon tho Public
Treasury for Iho pousion providod for iu
section l, lrom ami attor llio lassago oi
Approved.this 21bt day of July a. d, 1882.
910 KALAKAUEA REX.
TO AMEND CllAlTKll 3 OK THE SESSION LAWS
or 1878, RELATING TO TASsrours.
Ho it cnuckil by Iho Kiug and tho Legis
lative Asbombly of tho Hawaiian Islands
iu tho Legislaturo of tho Kingdom nssom
blod. Section 1. That Chapter 3 of Ihe Ses
sion Laws of 1878, entitled "An Act to
amend section 010 of tho Civil Code rela
tive to tho filing of prolebls against issu
ing passports" be aud tho bamo is hereby
amonuou so as to read as lollows:
"That Boclion 040 of tho Civil Codo is
horoby amended by addiug n now clause
to bo entitled "Sixth" which shall read as
"Sixth, Tho wrilteu notice, complaint
aud protest accompanying roquost not to
grant a passport required by this bectiou,
ehall bo duly attosted by oath as to tho
truth of tho claim or debt owing by tho
porson applying for a passpott made boforo
a Collector of Cubtoius, or his deputy, of
tho port where application for a passport is
made and unlets bo attested shall havo no
elfcot against granting a passport, aud after
tho expiration of ten days from tho prc
sentatiou of tho said written uolico, com
plaint aud protest it ahull bo the duty of
ttio said Collector of Customs or nts ucpuiy
to grout a passport to tho persou designat
ed iu baid notice, complaint or protest, un
less tho said Collector of Cubtsms, or his
Deputy, shall withiu this timo bo satisfied
that in somo Court having jurisdiction, a
snit has been commenced to enforce the said
claim or collect tho said debt; and ou re-ceiviuo-
written notice thereafter of the
termination of baid suit or of tha filiug of
an aunrored bond conditioned to nay tho
I amount claimed by the person protesting
against the iseQinj ot such passport in
case tho suit Bhall (crininato adversely to
hint it shall bo tho duly of tho said Collcc
lor of GtisUms, or his Deputy, lo grant
such passport, anything in this Act con
tained lo tho contrary notwithstanding.
Section- 2. A passport shall not bo ic
fused tu.itny laborer who may havo sorved
out a written contract lo labor, or lias
been duly discharged from sorrico by
roason of any demand, claim or debt aris
ing out of said contract lo labor mado by
or owing to his omployer or any portion iu
Approved this 21st day of July, A. I).
915 KALAKAUA REX.
To Peovide ron the Holding or an Addi
tional Term or the Circuit Court tor.
the Third Judicial Circuit.
JJn it enacted by tho King and tho
Legislative Assombly of tho Hawaiian Is
lands in Iho Lcgifllaluro of tho Kingdom
Seu. 1. Thcro shnll bo held on tho first
Thursday of September in ovory year nt
Waiohinu, in Iho District of Knn, Island
of Hawaii, a torm of Iho Circuit Court of
Iho Third Judicial Circuit of tho Kingdom.
Sec. 2. Only caso3 nrising within tho
Districts of Puna, Kau, North aud South
Kona, of tho said Island of Hawaii, shall
bo heard at said torm of tho Court; but
cubes misiug within othor districts of tho
bnid Island of Hawaii may bo heard by
consent of parlies.
Sr.C. 3. If Ihcro Bhall bo only livo cases
or n lesser nutnbor lo bo tried nt tho Term
of tho Court by this Act established, tlion
it bhall bo lawful for Iho Chiof Justico of
tho Suprctno Court to ordor, giving duo
publication of tho same, that tho said Term
bo not hold; and that tho said cubes bo
transferred to bo tried nt tho regular Torm
of tho Circuit Court to be lioldou nt Wai
men, iu the Island of Hawaii, iu Novomber.
Sec 4. This Act shnll tako cficct upon
Approvod this twenty-first day of July,
A. D. 1882.
915 KALAKAUA REX.
To vrovide ron a Permanent SuriLEMENr
ron J. P. K. Kahaleaahu.
Whereas, J. P. E. Knhaleaaha has been
in tho employ of this Oovornmeut, iu
the capacity of Distriot Justico for Ewa
and Waianac, Oahu, for many years,
and no irregularities havo ovor bcou
known to havo existed iu his office;
and having during nil that period main
tained a character for honesty and re
liability; aud whereas, ho has becomo
aged and cnfoobled in tho sorvico of tho
Be it enacted by tho King and tho Log
islativo Assombly of tho Hawaiian Islands
in tho Legislature of tho Kiuguom Assem
bled : '
Section 1. That tho sum of two hundred
dollnrs per auuum is hereby pormanontly
.settled upon J. P. E. Kahaleaahu during
his lifotimo; and tho Minister of Finance is
hereby directed to pay tho samo out of tho
public Treasury in liko mannor with othor
salaries and appropriations, annually or by
Section 2. Tho said J. P. E. Knhaleaahu
shall ho entitled to draw upon tho public
Treasury for tho pension provided for in
Soctiou 1, from and after tho date of tho
pasbago of this Act.
Approvod this twouty-first day of July,
A. D. 1882.
Signed. KALAKAUA REX.
To authorize ihe Commissioners or Crown
Lands to convey certain portions or
such Lands to Glaus Shheckdls in sat
isfaction OP ALL CLAIMS 11 R MAY HAVE ON
Whorcas, Claus Sprockcls claims lo bo en
titled to an undivided moioty of tho lands
known as Crown Lauds, by virluo of n
couvoyauco from Hor Highuoss Ruth
And whereas, it is expedient nnd ndvisablo
that such claims bhould bo satisfied or
Re it enacted by tho Kiug and IhoLcg
islutivo Assombly of tho Hawaiiau Iblnuds
in tho Legislature of tho Kingdom nBsein
blcd. Section 1. Tho Commissioners of Crown
Lands aro horoby authorized and empow
ered to inako propor doeds of nssurnuco lo
tho said Claus bpreckcls of tho bcvoral
lands specified in tho schedulo hereto in
full satisfaction and dischargo of all claims
the 6aid Claus Spreokols may havo or
claim iu tho said lands known ns Crown
Seciion 2. Rofore rccoiving such deeds
or nBSurauces tho baid Claus Sprockets shall
by proper assurance convoy, relinquish and
quit claim to tho Baid Commissioners of
Crown Lands, all his right and interest jn
and to tho rosiduo of tho said Grown
Section 3. Tho Minister of tho Inlorior
is hereby authorized to prepare mid de
liver lo tho said Claus Spreokols a Royal
Patent for tho said land to bo convoyed to
Tho Ahupuaa of Wailuku, in tho Island
of Maui, with tho His thoreiu or thorounto
bolongiug, and estimated to contain Twenty
four Thousnud Acres or thereabouts.
Approved this 21et day of July, A. I).
188'i. KALAKAUA REX.
To iNCiiEAbi. the Permanent Settlement
on Her Majesty Quees Dowaoer Emma.
IJo il cunclcd by the King nud tho Leg
islntivo Assembly of tho Hawaiiau Islands
in tho Legislaturo of the Kingdom ossom
blcd. Section 1. From and aftor tho dato of
tho approval of this Act Hor Majesty
Queen Dowager Emma bhall bo paid tho
sum of two thousand dollars per annum in
addition to the aunuity provided by tho
Act approved on tho 31st day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1804.
Section 2. This Act shall becomo iv law
from nnd after tho date of its approval.
Approved this 5th day of July, A. D.
1882. (915) KALAKAUA REX.
We call atUutlon to tbo largo vopplemeut Issued
Tueuu vriiH n very enjoyable reception nud luuii
ulrett to tho ltenrutntatlvea aud others at Wnikl
kl by VrincciM Likcllku on Thursday afUrnoou.
A rrnrtoN wbh signed by twenly-oito lUprtscn.
tatives yesterday for presentation to tho Kiug
S raying that Mr. J. O. Carter he appointed to
II tbo new ofSoe of Auditor Ooueral. The ap
pointment wool J gWo general wUUf action.
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Tltost. . TIUit'M, .Manneer
THE OATH OF ALLEGIANCE.
Havo not our aHttito Hawaiian legislator
quite overstepped tho limits of prudent regard
for tho public welfare in tho law recently enact
oJ requiring nil pontons oinployotl in any official
ctpnoity to tako tho oath nf alloRtaticoT If n
physician Is called to visit a sick man, does the
head of a hoitnohulil first require tho doctor's
solonui promiHo that ho will behavo liko a
gcntlonian? Thcro arc certain qunlillesllyim
thntato tacitly nbsumcil, not olTonsUoly ilc
tnniuloil, in tho intercourse of social lifo nml
in tho inntingcmont of publics alTaiis. If h
person is stiBpectcd of lacking (tilotity to Iho
interests of his omployor, n IniilnoM man
will simply not oinploy such a iicrsOti: he will
not bo guilty himself of offering tiuethor a
gratuitous insult by asking hinn Aroyoti not
llcaidoH, this Liking tho oath of ulloghtiico
is a matter of far-ionclilng luuinoiit. A law
ycr may bo perfectly willing lo servo ono In
need of his professional nervieos, whilo yet
properly tlecliniiu: lo ho on lurnis of social in
timacy with him. And thuro aro many men
of ability in various departments whoso ser
vices this llawniiau (lovorumctil needs, hut
who yet aro propoily unwilling lo bocomo
Hawaiian Citizens. The privilege of Amcri
can citizenship is n privilege of gtc.ttor wotth
to moBt people, than would bo oven the sover
eignty of this Hawaiian Kingdom. Why
should thin fJovormnciit insist on putting a
fool's cap on any man who would gladly tiHflint
iu piomotiug its pronpoiily ami maintaining
its institutions, without tho sacrifice of his
patriotism and citizenship V Thcro nio fow
school toachcra, of any worth, who will bo
willtnir to givo up thoir American, llritioh or
other citizenship for tho piivilcgo of leaching
tho rudiments of English to a score of Ha
waiiau children. Tho Legislature might ns
well havo voted at onco. "only llawaiiaim
shall tench us to speak Knglish," Lot it he
known that no person can tako charge of an
English school in this Kingdom, except by
forfeiting his original citizenship (nnd such
wo understand to bo tho dictum nf tho Secre
tary of tho Jleatd of IMncation) aud tho Jluaid
may its well closa up Lahaiualiiiia Seminary,
aud ovory English uchool in tho Islands. That
tho country has lost tho valuable services of
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such u man uh i;r, icuiuiuu, hii neuuou nuiv,
when :ib ou Kauai tho Chinese tux puycrd
almost outnumber tho llttwaiianii, is only ono
instance of Iho grievous fully of such a nairow
pieco of legislation ns tho act requiring tho
oalhol'nllcgiauco from all government oflicialu.
And if, ns is commonly rituioicd, tho act wns
not nu outburst of patriotic sentiment, but a
piece of petty spilo against a prominent ttov
ernment employee, it is ono of thoso instances
iu which, as Shakapcnro says, wo may o.tpect
"lo have tho engineer hoist with hia own
petard." Every envious Hainan will do well lo
rcnieiiibcr how what lio1ilolcd for Mordccai
recoiled upon himself,
OUR WATER SUPPLY.
Tho delicicnoy of tho water supply for llou
lulu is becoming quite a serious matter. The
walor iu tho tcscrvoiis is low, and nt certain
hoitiri of tho day, when it i'h used for irrigat
ing purposes, it is impossible iu soma places
to get a drop of wtitcr i'toni Iho hydiantt),
Only a fow days since, when tin alarm of fiio
cullod out tho engine companies, thoro was not
water enough to fill tho hoso until tho flames
wcto woll under way, and hail Ihoio been any
wind, it is possible that this delay might havo
tendered it impossible to Bavo other buildings
adjoining tho ono consumed. If something bo
not done, insurance companion will not ho
anxious to tako risks in Honolulu ou tho pres
ent tonus, and it is the duty of tho Government
to tako ovcry precaution to piocnt tho supply
from lessening still furlhor. Kvcry gallon of
water at this timo has !1h value, and it id un
foituuato that theie aro pouplo who allow It to
run to wttsto utfulcBsly, uud who nee it for irti
gatiou after tho hours prescribed by tho icgu
latious recently published. If there is not
enough water iu tho rcnorvoiis lo supply tho
town, iho Government should tako stops to se
cure water fioin the artesian wells, of which
thcro aro several that can ho used, Thoy
would furnish noarly all tho water naceusaiy
for tho main part of. tho city, whilo tho reser
voirs would coitaluly provide tho residences
iu tho upper putt of town ut too great an alti
tude to receive tho water from tho wells.
UnluHS wo havo much moro r.ilit than wo
havo had, something will havo to bo done Im
mediately. Things Who and Otherwise,
Thu V. H. l,si)rg.tuat last uckuu',vlcU;(iM (hat
tlicro Is rucIi iilhlng as race antagonism Iu this
Kingdom. Tlint which is nearest homo h lint
Tho thirty, j car monopoly ptiuiucU for by iho
Motho J tall I toad Dill presented Ijtfoto thu llotute,
without any guarantee of compU Uuu, was vory
effectually squelched yualordny on Its second read
ing, uotuiilliuluuding last Kitudiiy'n uitcttalinncnt.
It is not diillcult loHoo why cct lain parties wltu
liiivo ubim'd trusts, havo not liciti protucutul
according to law, but havo bteu truulod uud
cucouruitcd with nuw iipitoiutiiioulH. T'hoy aro
very comciiletit for certain klndl of work, Ills
Into that Htich examples aro dauiatiltig to tint char
acter ot tho community, but thu riaiug generation
nro exixctt'il to bo honest whutlieror uo.
In tho viKorous supiiort which .Mr. . 1.'. Hiinh
gavo to tho Liquor Hill boforo thu liuui) on Tues
day lnt II Is to bo regretted that " tho spuch of
tha day" should bo so contradictory to hit Miami
nud statvinentH mado iu behalf c! Ji.aiK;ra!itt;
with HI iliiJt-Hly nt Knuiimkaplir Church not
muny yearn hiiico. Tiutu trios nil men. It limy
sliow us now how Bhallow woronll thu efforts tlun
put forth under the pica of " Hoouln Uihnl."
It U well understood that tha newly crualul
ofllco of Auditor Cleuerat is n ni'l linportanl ouo,
nud should bo filled by n ihvrvuyhlif roiiiiiittnt
(KOjiiiiIiIiiI, liivirit us uW Hifoinjli'Ml Hi ronliiliiui
ly, Nono but a man Iioho charactcrfor hoiuuty
and open ludopcndniico Is thuroulily iHtnbllshoof,
ahould hold tho ixmitiou. nud hist of all aliouhi
sach nu ofllco bo tendered through furorilUiu nuil
thu effect of toadyism lo such us aro dlpu.ul to
meddling lulrfguo, 'llio imro nbillty of nuy per
son to ml R elct kind billet Iu Uoveruiuviil should
liover bo dinned n aufllclvut U'liruulno of cmi
toncy In nu ofllco llko this.
Tho organ of tho V. H. Ij. got ap on its uicllJo
Uai Friday moruliiu, put Its UiumU under Its
arm-pits, puffed out Us liauglity tittlu bit-ant, pa
raded up aim down Iho aanclnm lloor a to; nun.
utt lost hi holf.ttdmlrutloii, Mini Ihvu, hi a lUllaut
lone, darinl all the world Ut "tiiJ ou the tall o' hie
coaI." His (taruient rtnwlulng unolldd by tho
foot of tbo "wbllo iuvadtff," thu 01 uuu winds wan
pleased to soul hliaaolf and sliake ht busby. bsaU
wWj tbo air of u cowpitrRr vrhllo ht broUllgint;
laii auriealar avpwiiWH elattisd lu deafsatng
rsvefbcrstloM abote UU devotsd oJp4.
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