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Hy UiiliM-nfMosvis. II. Iliiehlold .V
Co.. I hIII Ilolil n
AT Til UIU STOHK,
Wednesday, Thursday it Friday
u; 1Mb, lilh unit tth, cutnmriirlne ii 1
ft in . Hi I) llnjr, Mill -III ttttt
THEIR STOCK NEW GOODS
THE LARGEST ISSORTM'NT
. r .
Of livery Ie-crlptlon Iiiclndlng
Prints, Dress Goods, Silks,
Clothlnc, Milrts, Domcitics, Doeskins, HncLtkln.
Konlanl'. Ulnnkct'.tjnllls, flc , and a variety of
Fancy Goods !
l.lUonj-llranilj, Oln, Itcrr, Wines. He
ll.tHllWAIii:-einc Knhr Shovels, I utlery
J.'snVAKK-!;aniple Bottles Demijohns clc.
rUIIMTIIIIK-Chiln. bof. Ac --ewlnr. Mucli
H Mis Sugar Wee, Coal andOiiimy Ilitrlaps Ac.
HTATIUALHV Album, clc
tiKOi'r.ltir.s Mrdlnce.Illtcults. .Medium llrrad,
Also, Lenient, Corks, Wash Illuc llluc Mottled S-onp,
Candle Ollr Oil, Ac
i:. I'. AIMMS, nrrr
Executor's Sale of
Hill JBNTAV.K !
fly order of Mcri. John KnaandT It. Koslcr, Uxecii-
tors of the Kalatc of J Frazcr, de-ceased I "111
sell at Public Auction
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 19th,
At KM., at bales llooin, If not preUously dis
ced of at prliate talc, that certain piece or
Parcel of Uana.
With tht) KiilliliiiKs Thpicoii,
Mluaied mi l'uticUlxml Mmt, Honolulu, nearly p
poiite the entrance to tbo Queen's Hospital, ind
belonslnc to the Kslalc oflsald J. Frazcr, diccascd.
Containing- nu Area of nbnul l-'l or an Acre.
The houec has a I'arlor, billing llouin Ulnlng Room,
Two llcdroonis, Dressing Itoom, Hath Room and Tanlry
There are also a Kltchtn anil a btabiu
rr Deeds at the Kxpentt of Purchase r
K. T ALAM, Aucl'r.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
By iHinxTioK or stj:iiii
snenccr, the mnrtRagec named In a certain inden
ture of mortgage, dated l)cc. bib, 1376, made by Klmo
Kaal to eald btcphm bpencer, 1 am directed to sell at
ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 2d, 1882,
At 1- o'clock, noon, at my Jalc Itoom,
all the right, title and lctcictt of said Klmo Kaa
III and to that Curtain lMt't'oof Land
Mtuated in Kaliboueo, Aala, llouolnlu, Oahu, and
more, particularly described In liojal Patent 'o. VI,
and containing an area of C6-10J of an acre.
for further particulars, apply to Cecil Drown, Attor
ney for MortKace,or
. P. ADAMS Aucl'r.
THE I.AKtirxir AM) 3HINI
FOUND IN HONOLULU !
Yc iro CuniUntlj in Receipt of
Fresh Supplies !
Most Reliable Manufacturers!
IN TIIK I'MTfU MTATITs.
P. Lorrillad & Co.'s
Tin Tag Tobaccos,
Vanity Fair Tobacco and
CIGARS, MEERSCHAUM !
13X1X PlpOlii CtJO,, C30
Hollister k Co.
Wbolaleia Ketall ToImwoiiMi.
" READ THIS I
TIIK VSDVOUilGSKU HAVlNii
X 4e ccruln iBifioewrtili lu lie irrtBscacsl
atetlw LUU tt cMi14ailc wi.toe of Koc I.
A44ti K, gsur, HI Qli' W
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At the Honolulu Clothing: Emporium,
A. M. MELLIS, 104 Port St.
DILLIIsTG-HAlt & CO.,
II mo .lust Kui'pivpil ii Vpry (.'oniiilote Assortment of
New and. Staple GroocLs,
Tunlilcli they be," Io call attention In ntlitllloti to tlicir usual -lock of
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House
Furnishing Goods, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, fcc, Sec.
All of which arc of the Most Approval Patterns, they liao recelted many Nou'ltlcs iich tu this Market
LANTERNS - A Full Line, in Quantities to Suit !
lliirn.r Is No.0, . Inch
No 1 lini ? Iiich Wick. No. 2 has 1 Inch
Wick. No. 3 hits l'S Inch W ick
No ilandTfi Diamond, Kackct.lUUroad, lluU'a I!jc, bldc Tubular, Mill Tubular, Boy, Baby, l'ocktt,
Tnbular HanRlu, btrect, and many other styles.
Ni btylru of PloslIrea1tcr9 Hpeclally adapted to hngar Lands, Also h full linn of Mollne, Kaslc and Double
Kurrrm PMItli-. over tadlflercnt Ue and tle. New btyle of HARHItWS, CIH.TIVATIIHM. IIORNK
IIOKS. Ac. FEKn rVTTKKN. (IX VUHIJI, l. IIUW9, CIIA1MS. AIMO, OS iiA.vn. IMVIV
llttO V.;o.S AMINTIint.nAKI.K WAtJOh.
KET-Our block Is now larscr and more complete than ever befon1, and h oncrtil at lowest prlcc. House
Kurnlshlng Goods. Tinware, Builders' Hardnarc, and all kinds of Tools, etc. Also, bllver Plated Ware, Chande
liers, Lamps, and Lanterns. On handandtoarmc, all kind? of American and Ensjllsh Paints and Oils used in
this market, valentine's and Berry Bros.' Vamlshc", Brushes of all kinds, Manila and blal Rope, Lubrlcaate a
hpcclalty. 800 81
M Hi A
co hi Saj 1
go qq 2 .a i s
2 St m w
H. J. NOLTC, : : : s Proprietor.
llrj io aunouiicc to bis fflnidi- and till
public lu gtuiral
That lio hn;opncd the nbore Saloon
where ftrt-cla Rofrbaaenta
will Uf irud from 3 a.m. till SO p.m., uu'lir (he
Immediate iiipeultlon of MR. MMRT OCLHUrEN.
TIIK FINEhr OIlAIIKSOr
tbotiii by a personal Mlcctlun from drt-eU manu,
faclurlis.Lai been tblalntd, and will b adJtd to from
Oar u( Brunswick X JlilWc's
Celebrated Billiard Tables
i.ccuurtl.d wllhtUe v.Ubllihmii.l.MhMCloteri
til of thacuican participate; VI
ilU VUUU IKI-K, ASH lst MABBKl
"To, KJX"1' W, UQLLKf CO
COLUMBIA KIVKU MALMON, IN
b.mls and UK kartell. Vvi aaUhr . .,
MOLLK8 A Co
XJ A. JL,
II I Hit Cl il T il
Ofinnine No. O Tntmlnr
No. 1 Burner, J, inch
THOS. G. THRUM
RESPECT!' UX.LY AKTS'OUNC ES
the recelpL.es late arrivals, of selections In
Crackled Glass Vases,
Birthday Cards, newest designs
Windsors Newton's Artists' Materials
Fine Leather and Plasu Dugs, lulobt styles,
rorses, Card Cases, Mauio Kolln,
lukstnudt), Glass Taper Weights,
Butterick's Cut I'liper Patterns,
A full assortment of latest stjles, to be followed
ilth rejular supplies each month.
BOWEN'S FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
American Buntiof FlagH
l'romJto 12 fcetltustlis
from 3 Inches to t feet lengths.
Per Bark Lady Lampson,
A Une Asfortmfnt of latest
NOVELTIES IN JAPANESE DECORATIVE ARTICLES
Napkins, tic. &c,
persoaalljr ttlectcd from the celebrated
Iohi Ban Japanese Bazar!
The above (lOOD1! are opened np at (he
SORT Nine I SroMi:, (MMKWKHN Itl.tMM.)
and are placed at the lowest Hjures for the
encaurijemvot of buyers, lloth th
FORT AND MERCHANT ST. STORES
Hill be couducled ou as liberal a basis to the
public as possible, commensurate with
IS A 1,1, CANM.
Cpruspoiidcnce retptctfully solicited, and Order
faithfully attended to.
r U. TIIMl'M TaltU PLi:MlHr. I
M. annouDcInK the telecllon of the Urr.ist and
flnett stocV. of
MISCELLANEOUS AND PRESENTATION
Art and Fancy (Joods
.. . AND
for the I'SU TKABU, due notice of which
will be xlrcn ou receipt of
eastern Intoicci, Also
llnlnj beu appointed Agent for III
American Tract Society's Pub
lications, A Full block of their desirable BOOKb, MIULK
and TEUTAMKNTS will b ai.pl on haod, aud t liber
Srbla llowtnc mad to Hoadsj Hckooli tad Teachers,
aoa LUt Pilces. 01 '
m w. o. imwur,
riUJLDKN GATE VliOUK, Kl.DE-
VT rado nour.OraUaa floor, Oat Jlwl, Corn Mrl,
Cfstkeii Wheat, i ut at Ntod. and for ttal br
IfT 1 1 111 e
II li ''
Ml MIil Mill It
If will' Xt II H
1 BWm 1 o
m IHUlHlHllii ft
Ml mHIHIHr I
Ol-I UK HtfPT. WATKU.WOIIKS
HiiinLtLU, .Inly 3d, H
All prisons Inline U'nlrr I'MillcRes ate notified Hut
their Water Halts ato payable soml annually, In ad
vance at the Ofllco nf Ihn HiiptilntPiuUnt nf Water
Woik, foolof Nniianil atrtri.npon thelsldiyof Jan
nary and Jnly of etch yfar.
t II. WII.HON, Mup't. Water Wofl,
OH 101 Himoi K. Kaai, Mlntatcr of Interior
SESSION LAWS OF I8R2.
To Auhnii yi.crio.Nn -128 and 129 oi' iiu;
Oivu. Conn, " or tiii Natuisamatio.v or
lit, it I'Ntcn.n ly tho Klntj ami tho
Iicgislnliro Asoinbly of Uio Ilnwniiau Id
InmlH in tlio l.ofiinlnturu of Uio Kingdom
SiCTiu.v 1. TliiiLHtclioiiH'ii28nmMl!U ol"
tlio Civil Codo lio nut! tho unmo nro limnliy
niiititidud ho ns to tend hh follows:
fSncTto.v428. Tho Minmlor ol' tho In.
tot lor, with tho njiprovnl of tho King, nhnll
Iiuvn tlio Hiijioriiitonilcuuo nnd direction of
tho nnlttrnllfitiou of foioigiicrn'."
"Scction '120. Tho said Ministor, with Iho
npprornl of tho King, slmll lmvo tho powor
in lioiHon upon tho application of any nlicn
foroignor who shall havo rosidotl within tho
Kingdom fivoyonis or moionoxL preceding
such application stating his intention to
hocomo tt pormanont rosidont of tho King
dom, to nclministor tho oath of allegiance
to such foroignor if satisfied that it would
bo for tho good of the Kingdom, nnd
thai uuch foioignor owns without onoum
branco tnsablo roal estate within tho
Kiugdom, nnd is not of immoral characlor,
nor a roftigco from tho justice of homo
othor country, nor n deserting sailor, ma
rino, sold(or or ofliccr."
SnOTiON 2. This Act shall bocomo n law
From nnd nfter tho dnto oF its npiiroval, and
all laws nnd partB of laws in contravention
hoiowitb nro horoby repealed.
Approvod this 'J7th day of July, A. J).
1882. DIG KALAKAUA REX.
To Aml'nh Suorios 978 or tub Oral, Code.
Bk it ESAOrCD by tho King nnd tho
Logislntivo Assembly of tho Hawaiian Ib
aands in tho Lcgislatnro of tho Kingdom
That Section 978 of tho Civil Codo bo
and tho same is hereby amondod by t ris
ing out tbo words : ''ftotico of such insol
vency or bankruptcy " in tho oighth lino
thoroof nnd substituting therefor tho words
" No roasotiablo causo to boliovo him to bo
insolvent or bankrupt," so that tho (-aid
Section shall read as follows :
" Section- 978. Tito bankrupt shall bo
divested of nil his titlo und intercut in his
property ftom tho day of bis failure (oxcopl
tbu necessary clothing of hinibolf and
family, nnd such othor ncco&sarios, not to
oxcoed tho value of thrco hundred dollars
as tbo justice may dosigunto) and ovory
assignment, convoynnco or transfer of his
properly, by him, nftor ho shall havo be
como insolvent or committed an net of
bankruptcy, except upon a good considera
tion to n bona Jlde purchaser having no
reasounblo causo to boliovo him to bo in
solvent or bankrupt, shall bo void, nnd tho
property so transferred may bo recovorcd
and disposed oF by tbo assignees for tho
boncflt oF tho creditors."
Approved this 5th day oF July, a. v. 1882.
916 KALAKAUA REX.
To Rl-Ami.ni Section 892 or nu. Civil
Code amended ox the 30th day or Julv,
A. D., 1878, to ritoviDE roi: a Police
Justice fok the District or North
Koiiala, Island op Hawaii.
Jic it enacted by tho Kiug uud tbo
Legislative Assombly oF tbo Hawaiiau Is
lands in tbo Lcgislnttno oF tho Kingdom
Section 1 That Section 892 oF tho
Civil Codo as nuionded ou tho 30th day oF
July, A.TI)., 1878, by inserting tho words
"and ouo oFthoso appointed For tho second
District oF Ilnwnii shall bo Polico JttBtico
For tho District of North Kohala," bo nnd
tho samo is hereby amended so ns to lead
as Follows :
"Section 892. Ono of tho District
Justicos nppointed for tho First District oF
Unuu blmll by appointment bo rolico Jus
tico For tho Port oF llouolnlu ; and ouo oF
thoso appointed For tho first District oF
Maui shall bo Polico Juslico for the Port
of Lahninn ; nnd ono of those appointed
For tho second District oF Maui shall bo
Polico Justico For tho Wailuku District;
and ono oF thoso appointed for tho First
District oF Hawaii shull bo Polico Jus
tice For tho port oF Hilo; und ouo oF thoso
appointed For tho second District oF Hawaii
shall be Polico Justico for tho District of
Section 2. This Act shall become law
from and after its approval.
Approved this 5th day of July, A.D. 1882.
910 KALAKAUA REX.
To Amlnd Seoiion 1 and 3 or an Act -r-rnovED
on the 22nd day or June, A. D,,
18G8, RESPECTING THE SLAUGHTER AND
&alu or BEEr, as amended bt an Act,
AITKOVED ON THE 18lll DAY Or JULY, A.
D., 1874, AND FUItTHEK AMDNDED DY AN
Act, ArrcovED on the 15th day or Ser-
TEMIIEH, A. I)., 1870.
Jie it enacted by the Kiug uud Iho Login
lalive Assembly of tho Hawaiian Islands
in tho Lcgislatuie of the Kingdom ns
Sloiion 1. Thai Sootion lufthooaid
Act bo and tho hamo is horoby amended so
as to read as Follows ;
" Section 1. ThoMiuUloroF tho Inter-
lot- may at nuy tirao license For tho term of
ono year, any applicant to slaughter aud
t sell beef either iu Honolulu, Ewu, Waia-
nau, Wnialuu, Koolauloa, Kooluupoko,
Island of Oahu ; Lahainn, Wailuku, Ma
I Knwno, llano, Kimtbulu, lbland of Maui j
i iu tho lbland of Molokai ; Hilo, Hatuakuu,
Kobulu, North Konu, South Kouu, Kau,
Pnua, Ulaud oF Hawaii Kolou, Lihuo,
Kawaihau, Huualoi, Waimea, Inland of
' Kauui i upon receiving for such liconuo the
: sum of twenty dollars ; provided, however,
thai thm Section ahall not bo lieltfto B
1 ply to tnltcd or corned boef, brought from
other parts of tbo Kingdom."
Section 2. That Sactiou 3 of tbo baid
Act bo uud tho batuti is hereby aaiouded so
as to read us follows :
"Section 3. Whouvur shall (daughter
or sell Beef io Honolulu, Kwe, Waiamwi,
Waialun, Koolauloa, KooUajwko, Ialau4
of Ovbut Lahaiua, Wailuku, Makawao,
Uaiia, Klpahulu, lland of Maaij the
laUnd of Molokai i Hilo, Uawakiu, Ko.
Imln, North Kotin, South Koim, Kau,
lnnn f.tn.,.1 ,,f ll..ll . l.'..l.. t II....
. ,.im,, iniiiui. vi iiiii-iiiii, ivuiuii, iJIIIIIU,
Knwnilmu, Ilnnnloi, Wnimon, Island of
Knual ) withoul fltftL obtaining n liccnnn
thorofor as jirovidod in Section 1 of thin
Acl, shall bo subject Io n fino of not loss
than ten nor mora tlmn twonly.llvn dollars
for enoh olfonco, in tho discretion of tho
Section 3. All Ihwh or ptrts of laws
iiicounintont with tho provinions of this Act
nro horoby repealed.
Atmrovod this 21st dnv of .lulv. A. I).
910 KALAKAUA HEX.
To amend Section II oi OiiArruu G6 or
i in: 1'k.vai Com, itRsi'KcriNO Danoi:
lit it tnactetl by tho King nnd tho i
Logislntivi) Ahsomlily of tho Ilnwniiau Ik
lands in tho Lcglnlnturu of tho Kingdom
Section 1. That Section 11 of Chapter
55 of tho I'ounl Codo bo and tho sntno in
huroby nmonded so as to road nw follown :
"SECTION II. Tho Minister of tho Inter
ior may iu bin disctotioii, grnnl to nny
person applying thorofor in writing, n
iiconso for ono year, to keep n public
jlntico Iloiioo iu tho City of Honolulu, nnd
in tho town of Wailuku, .Mitui, upon ro
coiving nl tlio bauds of such applicant, tho
sum ot ono hundred dollars, for tho benefit
of tho Hoyal Exchequer j pi ovided, how
ovor, thai no such liconso ahull bo granted
to nny porson holding a spirit license,
keoping a sloio, tea shop, or billiard su
loon, or to nny porson inlorslod in such."
Section 2. This 'Act shall become n
law on tho dnto of its njiprovnl.
Approved this 21st day of July, A. D.
910 KALAKAUA REX.
To Provide ron the Holding oi an Addi
tional Teiim or the Circuit Court ion
the Tlird Judicial Circuit.
Bi: it enacied by tho King and tho
Logislativo Assombly of tho Hawaiiau Is
lands in tho Legislature of tho Kiugdom
Section 1. Thoro shnll bo held on tho
First Thursday of Soptornbor in ovory year
at Waiohinu iu tho District of Kau, Island
of Hawaii, a torm of tho Circuit Court of
tho Third Judicial Circuit of tho Kingdom.
Sfction 2. Only ensos arising within
tho District of Puna, Kau, North and
South Kona of tho said Island of Hawaii,
shall bo heard at said torm of tbo Court,
but cases nrising within othor districts of
tho 6nid lbland of Hawaii may bo hoard by
consent of parties.
Section 3. If thoro shall bo only live
cabos or a lessor number to bo tried at tho
torm of tho Contt by this Act established,
then it shall bo lawful for tho Chiof Justico
of tho Supromo Court to order, giving duo
publication oF tho samo, that tho said term
bo not held, and that tho said cases bo
transForrod to bo tried at tho rogular torm
oF tho Cironit Court to bo holdon nt Wni
moa, in tho Island oFnnwaii in November.
Section -1. This Act shall tako eflcct
npon its passage.
Approvod this twenty-First day oF July
a. d, 1882.
910 KALAKAUA REX.
To amend Chapter 3 of the Session Laws
of 1878, relating to passports.
Jic it enacted by tho King and tho Legis
lative Assombly oF tho Hawaiian Islauds
in tho Logiblaturo of tbo Kiugdom assem
bled. Section 1. That Chaptor 3 oF tho Ses
sion Laws oF 1878, entitled "An Act to
nmond section 010 oF tho Civil Codo rela
tive to tho filing oF protests against issu
ing passports" bo nud tho Bamo is horoby
amended so as to rend as follows:
"That section 040 of tbo Civil Codo is
heroby amended by nddiug a new clauso
to bo entitled "Sixth" which shall icad ns
"Sixth, Tho written notico, complaint
andprotustand accompanying request not to
grant a passport required by this section,
shall bo duly nttostcd by oath as to tho
truth of tho claim or debt owing by tho
person applying For a passport tnado boForo
a Collector oF Customs, or his deputy, oF
the port where application For n passport is
made and unices so attested shall havo no
etTocl against granting a passport, and after
tho expiration oF ton days From tho pre
sentation of tho said writton notice, com
plaint and protost it shall bo tho duly of
tho said Collector of Customs or hisDoputy
to graut a passport to tho porson designat
ed iu baid notico, complaint or protest, un
less tho said Collector of Cuslsms, or his
Deputy, shall within this timo bo satisfied
that in bomo Court having jurisdiction, a
suit has boon commenced to onforco tho said
claim or collect tho said debt; aud ou re
ceiving writton notico theroafter oF tho
termination oF said suit or oF tho filing oF
an approved bond conditioned to pay tho
amount claimed by tbo poibou protesting
against tho issuing oF such passport iu
case tho suit shall torminuto adversely to
him it shall bo tho duty oF tho said Collec
tor of Customs, or his Doputy, to grant
such passport, nuythiug in this Act con
tained to tho contrary notwithstanding.
Seciion 2, A passport shall uot bo ro
Fused to nuy laborer who may havo sorved
out u written contract to labor, or has
been duly discharged From seivico by
roasou oF nuy demand, cluim or dobt aris
ing out oF said contract to labor mndo by
or owing to bis employer or any pcroou in
Approvod this 21st day of July, A. D.
915 KALAKAUA BEX.
To Provide a Permanent Settlemlm rou
'Nihoa, widow or S. Kin, deceasld.
Whenug. S3. Kini and his wife wtro in
tbu scrvico of tho Government for muuy
years from the timo of Kauikeaouli, Ka
nichameha III,, and in tho reigns of Knuio
tjauiohalV., Knmohamuha V., Luunlilo,
and of Kalakuua, and great conOdcuco
was reposed iu him on acconnl of his lion,
csty aud fidelity. Aud, .
Wherem, by tbo death of tho lion. S,
Kipi, his widow is left desolato with a largo
family of children, aud in needy ciroum
lie IV ENACTED by tbo King, aud by tbu
Logislativo Assembly of tho Hawaiiau
Islands, iu tho Legislature of tho Kingdom
Siction 1-That tho bum of tbruo hun.
dred dollars per aunumn is horoby perma
nently settled upon Nihoa Kipi during hor
lifetime; Provided, howovcr, thai in case
aka shall marry again, Ibeu this provMou
ahall become void, and of no effect.
Skotiq.y 2. Tho Minuter of Fiuaucu id
henjy cUrwtad to pay tlte baid turn out of
tbaPaWte Treasury in liko wanner with
oUmnt aaUriea and aiivri-iatiou annually
SlXHON 3. Tho said Nlhoa Kini shall
bo entitled Io draw upon tho I'libtlo
'I rensury for tho ponsion provided for in
Section 1, from nnd nfter tho ptssngo of
ApprovrtUhin 21st tiny of July a. u, 1882.
910 KALAKAUA KIJX.
To I'ROVIDL IORA PERMANENT SFTTU.MENT
.011 J. P, IJ. KAHALr.AAIIt'.
Wiiireah, J. P, E. Knhalennhn has been
lu tho employ of this Government, in
tho cnjiacity of Ilinlricl Justico for Uwn
niul Wnmuao, Oahu, for many yearn,
nnd no irregulnritios havo over boon
known to hav0( existed lu his ollieoj
and having during all that period main.
tainoil n chnractor for honesty and io
liability; and whoroas, ho has become
nged nnd enfooblod in tho sorvico of tho
Bji it ri.VicrLli by tho King nnd tho Log.
islnlivo AsBombly of tho Hnwniiftu Islands
in tho Legislature of tho Kingdom Assom.
Sl.onoN I. ThntthoHiimoFlwohnndrod
tlollara per nunum !b heroby permanently
Boltlod upon J. P. E. Knhalcaahu during
his lifetime; and tho Ministor of Kinnnco is
heroby directed to pay tho bamo out of tho
public Treasury in like mnntior with othor
salaries nnd appropriations, nununlly or by
Section 2. Tho baid J. P. E. Kahaloaahu
shall bo entitled to thaw upon tho public
Treasury For tho ponsion provided for iu
Section 1, from nud after tho dale of the
passngo of this Acl.
Approved this twenly-lhsl day of July,
A.D. 1882. 3
Signed. KALAKAUA REX.
TO AUIHORIZi: XHH COMMIfcblONERS OF Cr.OWN
Lands to convey certain portions or
lucn Lands to Claus SritcckELS in aat-
ISFA01ION Or ALL CLAIMS HE MAY IIAV1' ON
Whoroas, Claus Sprockols cluims to bo on-
titled to nn undivided moioty of tho lauds
known us Crown Lands, by virtno of n
convoynnco from Hor Highness Ruth
And whereas, it is expedient and advisable
that such claims should bo satisfied or
Be it enacted by tho King aud tho Leg
islative Assembly of tho Hawaiiau Islauda
in tho Legislature of tho Kingdom assom
bled. Section 1. Tho Commissioners of Crown
Lauds nro heioby authorized aud empow
ered to mnko propor doeds of nssurauco to
tho said Claus Sprockets of tho several
lands specified in tbo bohedulo heroto in
full satisfaction nnd disebnrgo of all claims
tho said Claus Sprcckcls may havo or
claim in tho said lands known ns Crown
Section 2. Boforo receiviug such deeds
or assurances tho said Clans Sprockets shall
by proper asBurnuco convoy, relinquish and
quit clnim to tho said Commissioners of
Crown Lands, all his tight nnd interest iu
aud to Iho residue of Iho said Crown
Section 3. Tho Ministor of tho Interior
is hereby nuthorircd to proparo and do
liver to tho said Claus Sprcckcls a Royal
Palont For tho said land to bo convoyed to
Tho Ahupuaa of Wniluku, iu tbo Islaud
of Maui, with tho His therein or thorounto
belonging, and estimated to contain Twenty
four Thousaud Acres or thcreabonts.
Approved this 21st day of July, A. D.
1882. KALAKAUA REX.
TO INCREASE THE PERMANENT SETTLEMENT
ox Her Majesty Queen Dowager Emma.
Bo it ennctod by the King nnd tho Lsg
islativo Assembly of tbo Hawaiian Islands
in tho Legislature of the Kingdom assem
bled. Section 1. Prom and after tbo ditto of
tho npprovnl of this Acl Her Majesty
Quoen Dowogor Emma shall bo paid tho
sum of two thousand dollars por annum in
addition to tho annuity provided by tho
Act approved on tho 31st day of Docom
bor, A. D. 1804.
Section 2. This Act shall becomo n law
from and after tho date of its approval.
Approved this 5th day of July, A. J).
1882. (915) KALAKAUA REX.
M auuaicera' Notloe.
All aditrtlecmcnta for tho bATCnuAr piass must be
sent In by Friday noon. Jfo Insertions for the current
luiio can lie guamntuil when sent In later.
AdTCrtlterswIll mark the number of Insertions de
klrcd, from which dato they charge. Any not so marked
will bo charged ,1 months.
THOs. (t. THRUM. Manager
Things Wise and Otherwise.
Tbu last .liyoiiiml rccohixl fiives ludio.it iun ul
lvhnt may bo expected by tho Sites on tbo Ann-BtrooR-l'txIey-OluHon
controvoniy, KoinelHidy will
Din) ho has trod on tho wrong toon.
Quo of tho uiomborri ot tho l'nliico housvliold,
stated thntthu KiiiKtnx "nhuoxt jieraundcd" to
veto tho liquor bill that it, ho mistit lmvo been
porHundcd if n certain influential person lmdooii
acred with him. Who Is this power behind the
Ktery rinUl iniuded iieruon in tliU community
supports tho nctiott o( tho Judgi in tbuir recent
offort to defend tho bulwarks of Huwnli nud pro
tect hor from denpotisin. It it to bo hoped tbe
corriwpondouco may bo published, notwithstanding
tho Premier' opinion of IU inaiulanblllty, ns tho
pubtla liaro n, right to know of nil matters iertalu
io their luttreat.
Has tho "upoiU Hjstem" begun? Uotoruuicut
ndvortbicmiuU hao beun withdrawn from the
A'wolo.1, Vat .Una nud l'atnit, nud tho ti glvou
to tho KUU, and Aitctrlho: Tho Gauttt't norT
ico.1 will perUap" next bo relinquished, nn all nro
alike) ii;y of calliug thing by their right lmmea.
( tho Govurnrueiit oxnect to Hud ns toadying for
pecuniary aid In sbaiw of public printing ai.d ad
vertUiug It will find Its mistake, for tho Nupportof
tucito coiuiuuh are not lHucuasauiti.
'1 ho ktitlouient of ciwt of l'ortugueiwiiuuilgratilH
titi.H. MoiKinh, iu prcientoU to tho Houho (and
which wo gho tu tho IgUlutim procecdlugii,)
whllo purporting to bo a show lug of ground aula
clcut tu canao this Government to stay further
action toward securing labor aud population In
that direction in an absurdity that falls) to Iho
ground in tUehargool extortion, front tho dltooii
nectiou and lucumplileue io( the exhibit. To
one of Iho yeans of our 1'reailer. who ha been
kpolemuan in oil latu Immigration tuatteni, il
would Uavo been natural to nuppowj bo would have
taken nuy atatcaieuU of a " Ho-hei " eiuplpjej
with unite a largo grain of a-ill.
HeoidiuU of JIouolulu with rnxillettioiul ul
etenU early in thu ateltcH, and enuclally the
jrlendii of Lord C Mere-ford, nro ploajed to
leant, throagh tbe iijfnm of our Wednesday onn
tomporary, aiooe Bsl eritoriou cosdaet at
Alex-ndrla, that fcaftoM, sot "tbo wild iul4-ahi-mlto"
we took b to U, but hat proved httuswlf
tuo koul of beeoc sbing to bno41 iho galH (
otbtn. Werst at of U foot in im-1 thai
tbo " imuk " of riaitrlMt U. H. Ideation in
"w hi ouiuoiWi by otd CbarUsi at all." rt
ktrtke on wo ooakl Imm lo-ud nonte wny, ere UU,
ot eorr Ubk U swajlar Ut tbo ulml of ibU paWlo
ana rwieve MMMtMH mi -u iroso um Migui oi
bkii at oimh
at i ii sjsj aeiiii
. , tfKis -.-'-.
NOTKH Of TIIIJ WRBK.
I'lir- stenmor Aitjir ltttl liouflr,r,ctcd trllli
n mnll from tlio Omit.
'1 ii K flltcalion of rendem U .rftlkd lu tho flto
oliiinn Riipitetiictit Imnrd to-day.
Iins ivlionlyear nt Kawnlubo Kiiiliiary, Hono
lulu, will oon ou Wtdiir mlay, Augual !!0tli.
Jli.v, Vf. Ii. Joir will ocenpy Uio rmlpllof Iho
I'ott Htreet Cliurcli to-morrow niutnlitg nnd cten
Ing. II, 1 1, M. H, i;vAo will remain mound Urn In
laiidn Ncrcral wrekt. Hlio will go to Hawaii noil
II. .M. DiouKTT, tho rectntly apnln(d U.
H. Minlsdr to tlio Hawaiian Islnnds, Is oipcctcd
on tho Suit next wttk. i
I iik Italian Man-of-War CiMnferv C9hnilt
enmo in to tlio wharf uppotlto tlm Cuatom Hotiio
ou 'I liiinvlay to coal,
AjioKo Uio pnjwuigcm who loll hero by Uio t 'f.'y
ofhi'litt' wcrniHivoml natlvo Hnwaian Monuotii
who go on a I'llgriinago to Halt ltike City,
Hour lltllo bxcKcuieut was cnuicd tho other dav
by tlio canard that Don (,'elto Cn-mr Moreno wnn
on tlio Italian man-of-war Crittoforn fnfomt,
Wr hear lliat Mr. Wm... Couller ban timdn n
ntiiiiber nf nketaliofl In nnd nroiind the cralir of
Kllaucn, Ho returned yealenlay by Iho li'uhiil.
.Mil. ,!. II, Jhri.rM, projirirlor of tho Oftlcty
'I hunter, H)iluey, with n tronio of nctorir. tiaaood
through on tlio kmlnntlta en routo to tlio Ooloulo".
Hr.v. Ukoiotk Wi.icr.of .Now York nrtlttd by
Iho tal'Uhlio laat Hunday to tako chnrge ot tho
Ktigllsli.piiienkliia congrignlioii of HI. Alidrow'i)
A Han l'lunenxx) eichango nays Hint Key
Walter 1'rear, recently of Honolulu, ban accepted
a call from n Congregational Church iu Oakland,
Amonu tho piiHHongors of tho y.(vUdm on Iho
lant trip down weto Iho newly npiiointetl U. H.
Consul for Kamon and Iho French Governor of
Tjjb steamer .ihi- Malta sailed for Han I'ran
cihco lant Wedneaday nflcrnouii. A good ortlcu
of her deck Kpaco wan iiIIIIjkI for tho slorngo of
ooal for tho long trip.
Tnt: Islaud steamers went oil thta u-ok with
largo untnberK of tiaHHcugeni, Mont of tbo Kepro
souintlTCH belonging ou tho other Inland were
among thoto who left.
Tub Commltteo Mlcclcd to prepare a eoimtltu
lion for tho Uaunlhiu Agricultural Society held
their llrst meeting last Thursday and will hoou
cull n meeting of iiicmbcrB.
Mil A. 'I. Atxinhon, editor of our Wednesday
cotctntKirnry, tho Cattlte, went to windward last
Tuesday for n iorlod of rent and recreation. We
wlfdi hiui a iik.is.iut rncatioii.
Wu nro pleased to notice an order of tho Minlater
of tho Interior requiring hack drivers to bo li
censed. This will, in n short time, do anny with
incompetent drivers, of whom thcro aro many.
Tiik Bttnmtr '.tatamlhi nrrlvcd from tho Conal
last Hunday nboul bidf-p.iat ten o'clock, bringing
n largo mail nud about forty-five paiiacngers for
thistiort. hho mado a cty quick pawiagv.
O" Tuesday lnttB.l. h'aai wait transferred from
Iho Interior DciMrtiiienttoboMitii'itcrnf nuance,
and J. 1 Huiili from tho ollico of Minister of
I'luntico to that of Minister of tho Interior.
Wb muut say n word in fator of tho lyiwgniphi
cnl upjiearauco of tho Diillcilu. Tho Icttors
nro clenr and tho p-igut mnch neater, 'ibero in
nlso nu improvement lu tho general totio of the
Owi.no to tho heavy weather outnidn hint Men m.
day, tho ml line of tho steainernuHually leaving ou ,-M
that ilny was delayed until Tnobday. Tuesday, iu v
conncquence, wits a cry businesH liko day nlong $
tho front. j
A MrimNu of tlio Athictic Association was
called for last Monday night, but ns thcro wni not 1
n quorum present no bnsincit could bo transacted.
Another meetitig is to bo held soon when it I'rcii
dont nud Hecretnry will bo ckelcd.
A lunch was givcu nt tho Palace last Monday
after tho adjournuiont of tho Legislature to tho
Cabinet Mmistors, ItcproscntntivcH, mcmlicrs of
tho press nnd others, borcnil toasts wero proponed
nud responded to in an appropriate- manner,
Honolulu was iiited by a much-needed nun
storm Inst Monday which continued nil day. Water
va3 gotting very scarce in tho raonntalns but thu
supply is ngaitt replenished nnd it is to bo hoped
that we will not bo so long again without showers.
Night UHorH without warrant lmvo been fru
nueut of lato ; tho last event retried betug nl h
Borclauia Btrcet premihcs whero they nro minUH
fjO-foct length of almost now garden noso; ovidont
ly not morylmndy nrticlo to ctrry off, but U'h
Hi.vuitL brilliant meteors bau been noticed
lately, but ono 'in particular ou Tuesday evening
last was soon in tho southern heavenn shooting
dingnally wcstwnrd which burst with nllar.h and
brifiiaucy equal to any rocket display, nlfordiug
to observers n beautiful sight.
Mu. W. H. Lrxrt. wrltej ns from tho Volcano
House that on tho uvcning'ot July 21th, with Iho
IHhliop of Olbn and oiheru. howituc&scd smoke
issuing from nil thrco of tho crater ou Maunu
Ixj.i. Kilauca ho nlao reports toboncthc. Capt.
Datton 1ms gono to Maitun Ioa and Is expected
Tin: rain storm last Monilny waan iculiar ouu
for UiU latitude. Tho storm begun with u north
crly wind nnd gradually leered around to H. and
W.H.W., Indicating it to bo a circular storm trarol
lug iu a north-easterly direction. Such storms
nro frequent lu the Southern ocean bnl seldom
occur iu thu vicinity of tlitrto UlondH.
Tut: gentlemen oomprhiug tho Cusmo)oIiluu
Hotel Company, Messrs. Ixuchati, l'tacock aud
others, wero arrested Instwcok fur alleged viola
tiou of Iho law requiring registration of co-part
uership. Wbctt tho en to camo up for hearing n
nolle pivH'ini was entered by tho proaecutlou tlieto
boing no eidcuco siibstantfatiiig tbo charge,
IitbT Tuesday a dray loam ran away ou Kurt
strict nud suddenly turning tho corner nt tho littlo
alley nt Mr. Hoiiper'h planing mill, struck thu
comer ot thu building mid telcouicd with a hand
cart which n nati ro was wheeling. Ho managed tu
get out of Iho way whllo tho homes nui sovoral rod
further pulling tho dray nnd pushing tho handcart,
Koi.LOWlMi Is tho programme for Iho Hand Con
cert at Kmiim tiquato at 1:20 p. tu. to-day;
March, Tho Vouitb.ncn., . ...... Unralh
Oieiture, Light Catalry Suppe
Selection, Turlsla Ycrdl
Meilley.Tbe Jliisots, ne .Ucyer
Waltz, Naples Waldtetifci
In the Country, new., .... .I'ausl
TwotJnUWsteps, IJoccaeclu, tiew ,. boppe
JloUaKKCKft-is llud mucliaiinoyiinco npd trouble
thono da) a from tho visit of flying anU. It troald
Hccm as if they had swnrmiug tieriod liko bees, ab
they aro oltou found Ju.t abonl dunk iu clamp ou
or near windows 'lheK iwriodical cst-nro ob
served (o drop their wings nfter u nbort time and
then thoy olnoo a boring tendency for books, or
soft wood, doing much damage thereby.
Tin: Amntcur Musical Society will ghu un
oiitertnlnmetit at Iho Musio Hall UiU uvenlug. It
la Mimo timo since wo havo had an entertainment
of any kind In Honolulu, and as tbo reputation of
the "Amatoura" Is will known, wo predict a foil
Iioum). This Society ho4 glreu a number of en
ttrtaluiiiouU for local benefits, nud an the funda
of thu present ono nro to bo used for the Sooioty,
we Uopo tho publlo will Bhuw their appreciation of
Tin. printing branch ot Mr. ''. , Thrum'
i.lablUhmeut bos Uu luori-d this week lu
inoro spucloa quarlern lu Iho Ftiltur t)rcml4 on
Kaahumnnu alrevt, rectntly oecuptrd by Mr. Max
Uckarl'4 Jewelry store, more ariaeloui quarter
Doing nccu-Miy unui ino roceipiI a very COtu- jf
ttl, linllll ,lf Itl.ttAvlitl Itialn.l,,,.. M lHm...A..-
.MV..MK ,.nv ,
X kUbeoek make, 'lb
comeiileiioo of tho oflkw an rrand It Ttnnnntont
eveu by btrungers to tbo vroiMun, uui Mbe
well for tho cMlablUhmejst and ill foiesiH i'
Tiir. Italian man-of-war CWwn t'v6or
rhed in rt but Tued from Aeaimlcu. MtxUto.
Her nic-wrsH-Mit U 'JJH00 taws hot eogiata M
hor powsnt, (Hid stte onrrifS an armaiit of m
guns nud a ottm o 'MO, Frosu IbU 4m aba IH
Mil for Vukubew., Jetwu. Tbe Mowlt IsaM
CapMu-FtdattM IWsuo. ,
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