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Publication office It at J Merchant street (Hd-
torlal rooms At io4 Port treet
Subscribers and Advertisers will please address, i for the liencfit of the leper hospital, to meet
TIIOS. O, THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor. ,le Mant, w,jc, ,1(. Kovernmcnt iloes not, nr
All matter for the Saturd.r Pr. .hould be . A ,,.,,., of CJn, looth,
oateiifa in inf an i uniaai i nuaj .
Honolulu l.'ll'r I 17ie lUlurtilnn of llntrnllnn tilth.
Thepllace grounds will le thrown open on The Hawaiian Mission hltilren's Society
Thursday the 261I1, Irom 3 r. M. until 10 p. t. 1 held in annual meetlnc last Saturday evening
The occasion will he the carden patty to he held , at V.M t. A. Hall to hear the address of the re
llrinR President Dr.N.Il.l.merson. The annual
report of the recording secretary, Mr, C hatles
Notice of any event, of Interest transpiring on
the other Islands will always be thankfully received
for publication. Correspondents are requested to
append their true names to all communications,
not for publication necessarily, but as a guarantee
that the writer It acting In good faith.
.JUNE si, i8(
The ARric1dlur.1t show cshihiu next week
The bind ill play .is usual this afternoon
and Monday ni;lit.
Dr. Martin llagan and f.imil) mil visit
California sometime nest month
Through the courtesy of Ihe Advertiser, the
I'rrss fs aide to print In full the finance com
'Ihe president of Oheilln College, lies.
James II. Tairchlld, I) I)., is expected to
arris e on the Almieda next Monday
l'aslor Oman will preach at Torl-Sl. church
loth Sunday morning and evening, In the
evening the sermon will lie especially for young
people. Theme, llacltlionc.
There will he nil excursion and picnic on
July 41)1, under the auspices of the I.O.O.T.,
to Ford's Point, Pearl River. A full pro
gramme with particulars will he given next
I lereafler Messrs, Uenson, Smith A. Co will
manufacture ii their own soda srup, after
special furmul.-. The delicioitsncss of their
vanilla t)rup is already town talk : and they
purpose to make Ihcir other 5nips of equally
Since Miss llreesc has returned the "strangers
sociables" have been given on Kridajs of
every other week. These enjo)able sociables
arc now managed by a reguhr organisation, of
which Mr, Arthur Hearing Is president s Mr,
K. V. Podmore, secretary; and Miss Anna
HrecKe, superintendent, The next meeting
will lie Julv tllh.
Mr. Henry Ilejtnan, San I'rancisco' most
ixipular violinist, will appear this evening at
Musical Hall. He will be assisted by Miss
Lachnun and Mr. Hasselman, who will sing ;
and Miss Castle, who will play on the piano.
The music lovers of Honolulu ought to attend
in sufficient number to evidence their appreci
ation of an opportunit not often forthcoming.
Messrs. llenson, Smith tb Co. will pay live
cents a pound for shelled tamarinds delivered
at their store. If there is any money In the
gathering at that figure there ought lo be a
good deal in the industry. Tamarinds grow
well here. They meet a rcidy sale in San
1'ranclsco, making delicious preserves and
entering into the composition of many medi
cines. Enterprising youngsters, Hawaiian and
foreign, have a chincc to earn an honest
penny, as Messrs. lienson, Smith & Co. will
take all they can get. It is a little late in the
season for the best results, but the experiment
ought to have a fair trial.
Mr. J. Williams has received an offer of
$500 for Mr. Vurneaux's portrait of Queen
Kapiolani from an officer of the Sniflsttrc.
Mr. Williams says he does not think that such
a line picture, the work of a home artist, ought
to be allowed to go out of the country, but
thinks it should be retained here to grace the
palace or the legislative hall. As a work ol
art It ts not equaled by any picture now in
this country, and, if taken to England or
Europe, it will undoubtedly be appraised at a
much higher sum than what it is held at by its
The Swedish frigate Vanadis, arrived at this
port ) esterday from Callao, via Tahiti. She
will remain here about two weeks, following
is the list of her officers, viz:
laptam Commander O Icerlterff
Second Cattain-.I. Klintbert.
Officer in NavigationCaptain Nissen.
Lieutenants If. K. H. I'nnce Oscar, N". Sund
tlrom. P. Carlson, Will Lyrsen, O Laeercrantl, C.
Second Lieutenants W. llroman, S. K. Natl och
Dae, 1 r. lyson, II von Kruictiensrna, S. Llndluan,
fl O. of Ugljlas.
Surgeou K. Kudberg.
Assistant burgeon O. lloliner.
I'urler 1. I'.. l.acerholiit.
Chaplain J, Kielltnan Goranson.
l'as.engcr II. F. Lhrenberg. K. H.tolpe
C. G. rinemao.
Prince O.car and the other officers of the
Vanadts were received at the palace scstcrduv.
The United States Ship Iroquois, third rate
screw steamer catrvmg 7 guns, 01695 lons
register (same class, stvle and tonn-iee as the
Waclutsett and Kearurge,) is expected at this
port daily. The fallowing are its officers-
according to the United States Navy register
of January 84.
Commander James 11, bands.
I.leuteuant Commander Charles 1. Stockton, cs-
Lieutenant Fred. W, Crocker navigator.
Lieutenants N. E. Nlles and YVUIUnt p. llalsey,
V ntigns J, C Gilmore, A. W. Crauet, and S. Cook,
latl Asdstaat Surgeon George Arthur.
1'a.t Asstilant lav mailer (antes K. Caun
Chief Lniineer G. M. I. Meccarty.
Past Assistant Knglneer II. W.brler
Assistant Lnguieer F. II. ltallcy.
First Lieutenant of Marines H. O Fisher.
will he put up in the palace garden, and
its departments will be presided over as
follows 1 Ihe fancy booth, by Her Majesty
Queen Kapiolani i the ice cream Iwith, by
Mrs P, C. Jones j and the refreshment booth,
containing coffee, sandwiches and salads, by a
committer of ladies. During the afternoon
Ihe palace will lw open for the Inspection of
visitors. In connection with the party there
will probably he a theatrical entertainment
given at Musical Hall on Friday or Satur
day evening following, under the management
of Messrs, Swanryand I'.. Purvis. The object
of these tmties u ccttainly a laudable one, and
it would be advisable for Ihe management to
apint n enntmitlee to sec that the money
received Is judiciously expended. There are
now forty children in the branch hospital J
and It Is wisely suggested, h) several of the
ladies connected with Ihe party, that a ortion
of the money be used lo build a wartl for these
children so thit Ihey may be sepirated from
Ihe other lepers. The price of admission to
Ihe palace grounds will probably be fitly cents.
The view of the pilace will be alone worth the
money, andit is expected that curious, as well
as philanthropic cillrcn will be in attendance.
The gime of base ball which was to be played
to-day, between the Honolulus and Oceanics
has been postponed until next Saturday. Scv
cral of the bop look a trip to Haw aii this week,
anditisrtimoreilth.it Mr. J, I. Dow-sett of
the Honolulus, will make a home run while
there. The fortunate lady is said to be Miss
Haltie Jones of Kau, George Markham and
Hay Woodchouse are to be best men. The
married men have concluded to try their luck
with the Honolulus while the boss ate gone,
and will play a scratch gameat the Malklk'
giound this afternoon.
Among other social events lo be, there will
he a reception given Mr. E. G. lleckwith, to
arrive on Ihe Alameda next week, by his
old pupils at Punahou College on Tuesday
evening the 24th inst. Since the arrival of
the two English men-of-war, Ihe Swlftsurc
and Mutine, in port, our oung ladies have
been in a fever of excitement, which has been
measured by an unusual display of bunting at
the feminine masthead. The midshipman and
the maiden have jointly made society gay.
On last Friday evening a week ago, Mrs.
Woodehousc gave a social dance to the afficus
of the two vcs-cls, and on Monday evening fol
lowing entertained the midshipmen. One of
Swiftsure's crew was heard singing the follow
ing verses as he wended his way to his ship in
the wee sma1 hours :
llaldwin was read, also Ihe reort of the cnr
responding secretat), Miss M. E. Chamber
lain 1 also the reports of the home correspond
ing secretary, Mrs. Henficld (now absent) ami
of Ihe treasurer, Mr, W, W. Ilall.i
Doctor Emerson then delivered his address,
an exhaustive and thoroughly well-considered
pica for the heller education of Hawaiian
girls. The speaker held that the former edu
cation of girls here Ihe family education in
which they were taught needle work and
housewiferv was the very best for idem.
He acknowledged that mode of education was
imHissible : but contended that education by
the stale ought lo he In that direction, by Intro
ducing into the schools instruction in cooking
and needle work, The address will he
printed by Ihe society. It is hoped that an
extra number of copies of this year's report, in
cluding the address, may be printed anil circula
ted. Had it not been for a rule of the society
tint the address of the retiring president must
be published fin! by the society, the Press
would have given its readers the benefit of the
most forcible, the most logical and the most Inter
esting consideration of the topic treated,
that it has ever been the good fortune of the
writer to meet with.
The address provoked an animated discus
sion. Some speakers held that the retiring
president failed to acknowledge the good accom
plished by certain private kchools under the
fostering care of the society. To this criticism
Doctor Emerson has deferred in a graceful
note to his address, In which he refers to the
good work done at Makawao antl by a cooking
class at the North Pacific Missionary Institute
undercharge of Mrs. C. M. H)de.
The Quern't llwpllnl,
The regular semi-annual meeting of the
boird of trustees of the Queen's Hospital was
held on Wcdncsda), the iSth inslant, at 9
' clamailfins, that Is generally done only by the !n the matter of immigration. I am piinfully
king. (aware tint the present toad system needs
I Mr. Kahia sud I " If any extra visitors i re rrganirlng. hen I came into office I had
come they ought to lie looked alter ami seated, i In act lor many months as superintendent nt
I tin tint iMnlr tltr ! mneli fltmt li. 1 imldi ut.rk . mill tins w 111 esiilsln nml .-irrniinl
flflinSt Pranllnr anV mivilrieS tO ailV hAhkmC u.r.1. Il ln.na -. a. In IV, l.4nL Itlll ' hi. (in atr-ulvn tlr-k lli-ri- Mv rletl I dlatS
against paer money. Messrs. ,1, a .uai f i,ice ought lo be present Ind to ride in the ticrfornnnce or their various
preserve orner 11 necessity, iiiunes. vvitn rrgarn 10 teiepnonc expenses,
.Mr. saw .1111 saul 1 "it seems as 11 some
MONDW's SESSION TIIIRT Tlllftll..
The following petitions were presented s
Ily Mr. (.. llrown, with ;o signatures ,0 no, ,nnk ,lere , v) nnit, fc,n.
'0 love my home is on the deep,
'lite deep and surging sea,
UK)ti the crested wave I sleep
And dreaming think of thee,
The peeping stars shine brightly c'or
My hammock swinging free
I watch them as I've watched of vorc.
While wandering, sweet, with thee H
On last Tuesday evening the king gave a
hall at the Palace to the ships officers. On
Wednesday afternoon there was a dancing party
given on lioard the Mutine, and on Thursday
anenjojablc entertainment was given by Mr.
and Mrs. Davies.
The glorious Fourth dravveth nigh, and will
be celebrated in Honolulu as becometh the
patriotic American, who never forgets his
country's bird, though he be a vvay-farer and
slranger in a foreign land. At 5. A. M. the
"wild bells" will ring out, and the shore
batteries will boom a salute of 38 guns one
gun for each state in the Union ; 21 guns, the
national vduic.at noon, and 3S guns at sundown.
The Koval Hawaiian Hand will be in atten
dance, and the other music of the day will be
under the direction of Prof, Yarndlcy. Uev.
Mr. Wallace will deliver the invocation ;
Mr. J. Green will make a short address ; Mr.
W. K. Austin will read the Declaration of In
dependence , Mr. Daniel O'Connel will write
the poem, and Mr. Wm. K. Castle will de
liver the oration. After the exercises at the
Hotel grounds arc over, there will be a boat
race on t bay course under the management
of the Mvrtlc Iloat Club boys, and in the
evening a grand ball will be held in Music
Hall. It is expected that the Ui S. Iroquois
will be in port and participate in the celebra
June 20, 1SS4.
A.M. The treasurer s report staled a balance
of $506 due him on June tt. The physician's
report is as follows:
H0.NOIUI.U, May3t, 1884
To Ihe Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
Gkntlemfn : I hive the honor to submit
the following report for the quarter ending
T he total number of patients at present in
the hospital is 69, vie: 41 Hawaiians, 24
males, 17 females, 5 Chinese and 23 of other
nationalities ; 24 paying.
The number of atlmissions during the
quarter was 94, viz: 38 Hawaiians, 25 males,
3 females, 17 Chinese and 39 ol other nation
Discharged 91, viz: 40 Hawaiians, 23
males, 17 females, 10 Chinese and 41 of other
Deaths 13, viz: 5 Hawaiians, 4 males, I
female, 7 Chinese and 1 German.
The cau-.es or death were as follows : Con
sumption 1, fever 4. bronchitis 1. pneumonia
I, disease of heart I, dropsy I, disease of hip
joint I, unknown t (who died 40 minutes
The highest number of indoor patients was
8S, lowest 65, daily average 78. Number of
The number of patients treated in the hos-
Sit.il was as follows : March 120, April 104,
Calls at the Dispen-.iry 443.
The election of officers resulted in Ihe choice
of J. II. Pat), treasurer ; F. A. Shaefer, sec
retary ; E. P. Adams, auditor : Chas. K.
Ilishon, A.J. Cartwright, J. II. Paty, A. S.
Cleghom and F. A. Shaefer, executive com
mittee. The financial condition ol the Queen's Hos
pital had the particular attention of the board
of trustees and after a lengthy tliscussion the
executive committee were Instructed to confer
with His Majesty the King, the President of
the (Queens Hospital anil to take such steps
belorc the legislative assemhy as the circum
stances in their judgment may call for.
1 he visiting committee reported the hospital
in a satisfactory state of orsler and efficiency
and the inmates well cared for and contented.
M10I0, Kalui, Kauwila, each ivesenteil one ,, preserve order I
and Mr. Hilchrock lour, containing similar
It) Mr. Palohau, $10,000 for bridge over
stream at Kahhiwii j female Imarding school
at Hawaii j $5 lie returned J. Kauwa overpaid
II) Mr. Kamakelc, (who unfortunately did
not rise in time lo be first) lhat an English
school lie built at Makawao; from district of
liana, relating to government lands, magis
trates, sheriffs, iKihce and mail carriers.
Ily Mr. Kalua, from Walluku, lint Dr.
Knilera lie removed and Dr. Ilaile) tie ap
pointed in his place.
Reports of committees were presented as
foltovv s :
Ily Mr. G. llrown. report of Ihe finance
committees, which he read In English, occu
pying him one hour and twenty minutes. Mr.
Nawahl read the native translation in just two
Ily Mr. Dole, I move the rejuirt lie lonsub
ereil on committee of whole on Ihurvlay.
Ily Mr. Gibson, I second the itiolina,
though If necessary, I am ready now to answer
the charges made In the report, still it would
be better lo give the members lime to read it
Ilv Mr. Kalua. the minuter says he is
y . .'. . .
ready, so am 1, My mind l already mane up
on this report ami 1 mink me ministry imgui
to be censured. Mr, Holes motion was car
Ily Mr. Pilipo from committee on printing,
that the following bills hail been printed j an
act lo regulate ihe sale of intoxicating liquors j
to Increase the judges of Ihe supreme court ! to
abolish the Intermediary court. Ordered to be
Hy minister Neumann, from select commit
tee relating to registration and identification or
Chinese ; that it would be unconstitutional
and cause his majesty to conflict with other
countries, and recommend the indefinite post
Minement. Report adopted. Relating to a
a petition lor the removal of Mr. Waller's
slaughter houses at Kalihi, that no action is
necessary, as proper action will be taken by
the attorney general and lioard of health.
Ily minister Gulick, relating to the present
condition of Oahu iail 1 that an investigation
had led to the discharge 6( every official in the
Iail. and It was In temporary charee of the
deputy sheriff with the assUtance ot a body of
police. , ,
Ily Mr. Kalua, I thank the minister for his
promptness in the matter. The report was
Hills were read first time as follows :
Hy Mr. W. O. Smith, relating to the
apiioinlment of prison inspectors, Read by its
title a second lime and passed to engrossment.
Iiy Mr. Kaulukou, to amend section 19a 01
the civil code relating to public markets. Read
a second time by its title.
Minister Neumann gave notice of a bill to
amend section 91 1 civil code relating to police
of the members were afraid of being eaten up
or thrashed. Why not call out the military
or the admiral and his marines ? When
people hear of this motion il will ei!ravate
tneni all the more.
Mr. Dole saul 1 " I move as an amendment
that the assembly do now laugh. I know ol
no legislature assembly in the world that Is
afraid of its own people. If wc arc lo be
broken up let us be broken up."
T he order of the day was as follows t
Third reading of a bill to regulate the prac
tice of law In the xilicc and district courts.
Indefinitely postponed. A motion to te-con
slder the vote was lost,
this reading of a bill to amend Section 17
and 18, Chanter 55 of the Penal Code. Passed.
T hird reading of a bill to amend Chipter
31, Session lwsof 18S2, to regulate Ihe carry
ing of passengers and frieghl, and the Idling
to hire of carriages district of Honolulu.
Thitd reading of a bill to repeal sections 6,
7 and 8, relating to the carrying of passengers
between the islands of this kingdom, passed.
Third reading of a hill to provide for a
board of prison inspectors. Passed.
rllURSIIAV's stSSION TIIIIUV-SIXTII KAV.
Mr. G. llrown moved that the bill relallnc
to tax nutlets be referred to select committer,
Mr. Kalukou read first lime a bill relating to
sate of opium. Referred to judicial)- com
Mr. Walker gave notice of a bill to more
fully define the payment of monies Into (he
treasury. Read a first antl then second time
and referred to judiciary committee.
The order of ihe day was 1
Consideration of the reputt of the finance
committee. The house resolved itself Into
committee of the whole, with Mr. Mott Smith
in the chair,
Mr. Gibson said: " 1 will ask the indul
gence of Ihe house to comment on the rcuirt
of the finance committee. It has created a
widespread expectation, antl brought together
a large crowd, and the report ccttainly war
rants it. Five representatives of the people
have been specially apminted to investigate
. ... -.. - 1-... ....
and dismirsemems 01 ins
CoNifuHaeff Xrii'm of thr MVeAr.
Smi.i.ij' ; lluhop Willis and Rev. S, G.
Mead of San Francisco preached atSl. Andrews.
Rev. R. W. l.ogan preaches an excellent
sermon at the Hcthel. Rev. Mr. I'urman of
Alameda preaches at Fort-Street in the morn
ing ami Kcv, Mr. Macey of San Francisco in
the evening. The Kaluua arrives from South
ern s, bringing no news of the Morning Star.
The officers of the Svviftsure receive their
fiiends on lioard.
MmJay . Mariposa sails. Henry II. Ryan,
a boat builder, drops dead on tlje Esplanade
from heart diseafe, leaving a mother, a young
wife and numerous relative to mourn his un
timely taken oft. Vive I.aluma lepers sent to
Kakaako. They evidently lacked "in7;.encc."
TuesJay : A new veision of "The Kil
kenny Cats," composed by the joint authorship
of Messrs. O'Connel and Nesfield enacted by
the authors. Public promised a daily treat,
Anniversary of Haltie of Hunker Hill. Hall
0 ' ll'iJiKiday Engineer White of the Here
tanla stteet railway removes the Iron wheels
near the Alaiut-strect crossing, amidst the
(suppressed) plaudits of many admiring (and
long itutTering) citirens. Anniversary of the
lUttle of Waterloo, Isaac Ford found drow ncd
in Maunalua salt lake.
TAnri.ijy Fun begins in the legislature,
discussion of the finance committee's report.
Mr. Glbsou after spending half an hour wrest
ling with a bustle and cotset, was deftly thrown.
The new foreign jurj electtxl for the July term
of the higher courts. Monthly buslncess meet
ing of the V. M. C, A., reports received, let
ters read, and committees appointed. Sewing
society oiganiied by the oung ladies of St.
Andrew's Cathedral lo raise funds 10 finish the
FriJjy 1 In honor of the annlvciaaiy of
Queen Victoria's coronation, the Swiftsuie
fired a national salute of 21 guns at noon.
Honolulu rtmateut Musical Society held a
practice meeting at the V, M, C, A. hall, lo
rehearse new uiusic-rThc Stranger's Sociable
held at the home of Miss Anna ). Urecs ;
large attendance and nice lime. The Swcdith
war ftigate Vanadis arrived In port from
aMli. JU Duke of Gothland, with
altotttic corps under Dr, Sloide, are on board.
Tie Olhmr lilandt.
Rev. G. U. Rowell, of Koloa, Kauai, died
last Sunday. He will be missed in the com
munity where he has lived to such good purpose.
Arrived at Hito, June 9th, three masted
schooner Emma Claudina, Capt, William Mat-
son, from San Francisco. Passage 16 days.
Passengers W. Walker and Howard K. Hitch
cock. The Kosario will laave freight at Hilo
on her way tu Kahului, the Emma Claudina
not having room. The bark Kalakatia will
also leave freight at Hilo on her way to
At Honomu two Chinamen emplojrd on
the plantation had a contract for clearing a
spot of ground and bail finished the work, one
of them drew the money and spent it in gam
bling. The other Chinaman interested found
lhat his partner hail drawn the money and
asked him for his share, and was told that he
did not have it. He then drew a knife and
stabbed the man who had defiauded him so
that he died soon afterwards.
"Petero (Peter) a school teacher at Pahoehoc,
North Kona, Hawaii, has a wife and two
children suflciing with leprosy, One of the
childien by a former wife that died with
lepros), is in a horrible condition. A brother
of the teacher living In the same house is a
leper, This same house has been a nursery for
leprosy for the past 10 or 12 years. The wife
of one of ihe constables has the leprosy and
all the above facts arc said to be known to In
spector llaldwin, of public schools, to the gov
ernnieut physician Doctor llakcr and to the
district judge." Mr. Mueller, teacher in the
same d strict Is the Press' informant.
Cosy Hotel Kittrcdge building at Hilo had a
fine company of foreign.church people and
friends on the evening of Tueaday, June loth,
it being the regular evening fur the vciysociable
time Hilo people enjoy so much. It rained a
little which put a damper on some coining
who were afraid of wetting their good clothes ;
there are, however, few of such people. It
was the only evening in years that there was
no minister pi event at the sociable. Key, Mr.
Haker being absent at Honolulu and Rev, Mr,
Oleaon no doubt testing fioul his late arduous
duties at Hilo Hoarding School, The fiiends
were entcitalned hy Mis. Dr. Kittrcdge who
read a composition of her own relating 10 New
England life, which was highly appreciated.
It should be given to the people to enjoy. Mr.
J. A- Heckwith read a new version o( Mary
and her little Umb, whiih was veiy amusing.
The Ilrilish steamship City of 1'arU U at the
Pacific Mall Steamship wharf, discharging an
assorted cargo of European goods. Her des
tination Is at prescent uncertain.
The Amciican tern Eva, iurived on
Thursday, with a cargo of redwood con
signed In Messrs Levstrs and Cooke, which
aht discharging at bf ejlaD.d,
Next week will be "anniversary week" at
Oahu College and Punahou Preparatory School.
A neat programme has been issued setting forth
that there will be a reception at Oahu College
next Tuesday evening, tendered by graduates
of the college to Kev. Edward Heckwith, who
was president of the college during 1854-59.
On Wednesday and Thursday of next week
there will be written examinations at Punahou
Preparatory School, and on W'ednesday,
Thursday, and Friday at Oahu College. On
Friday the closing exercises of Punahou Prep
atory will take place. On Monday June 30th
there will be class-room work at the college
as follows : 6: 15, algebra, geometry and trig
onometry; 9: 55, French and Greek; 10: 45
physics and geology; 11:25, English grainmer
and Latin. At 12:30 luncheon will be ser
ved. From I: 30, prize speaking and general
wilt be held. At 7; 30 Kev. E. 0. lleckwith
will deliver an anniversary address in Fort
The week will be one of no slight interest
to pupils, graduates, teachers, patrons and
frientls of the school. The college deserves
the earnest support of the community and the
nation. It may best lie continued deserving
of that support by general attendance upon its
yearly and senii-)early examinations. It is
not enough that parents and friends should go
to the "exhibition afternoon or evening,
and hear the "pieces" that are read and the
"music" that is sung or played. Attendance
at examinations is necessary it intelligent un
derstanding of school work. Moreover it U
just what good teachers are most desirous of
fourth of July.
Two meetings of American ciliiens have
been held to arrange for the celebration on the
Fourth of July. On last Saturday evening the
meeting appointed a general committee of fif
teen as follows; Doctor McGrew, George Fas-
set, R. W. Lainc, W. F. Allen, J. E. Wise
man, S. Nott, M. M. Scotl, E. K. Hendry, J,
K. Morrill, D. Lyons, George Slralemeyer,
J. H. Brown, J. II, Paty, J T. White and A.
S. I Unwell. The president and secretary,
A. J Cartwright and W. G. Ashley
were added. The committee of fifteen ap
pointed the following sub-committees :
On Finance Messrs. Laine, Paty, Cart
wright and Nott.
On Literary ami Musical Exercises Messrs.
Hartwcll, Jones, Lyons, Hall and Carter.
On Hell-ringing and Salutes Messrs. Stiate
meycr, Williams and White,
On Giounds and Decorations Messrs. Fas
sett, Ross, -Stratcmeyer, White and(Unger.
At the meeting held Wednesday evening the
following sub-committee on boat, races was
added: Messrs. Scott, Ashley, Godfrey, Sim
mons and Abies.
Kepoils of the various committees were
made and received and the meeting adjourned
subject to the chairman's call.
rilr.srMVS SESSION TIIIR.V-l-OURTll DAY.
The following resolutions and bills were
II) Mr. Kaunamano, that the members be
furnished with 150 two-cent postage stamps.
Carried. Also notice of a bill to regulate the
police department of the kingdom.
Ily Mr. Hitchcock, that the minister of for
eign aflairs state what fees have been paid in
by the consuls for IxinJon, Liverpool, Madei
ra, Tokio, llongKong, ixew 1 ork, iinsmn,
and San Fiancisco. Carried.
Hy Mr. Kaulukou, to provide a salary for
the registrar of conve)anccs, and all fees be
paid in the treasury as government realization.
Hills read first time as follows:
By Mr. Nawahi, relative to the construction
of a railroad. Wand of Hawaii. Referred to
the following select committee: Nawahi,
Widemann, Wilder, Hitchcock and W. O.
Ilv Mr. Kalua. lo amend sections 1419 and
1420 of the Civil Code relating lo contracts
between laborers and employe-.. Referred to
committee on commerce.
By Mr. Nahlnu, to amend section l Lhapter
23 laws of 1872, relating to marriage contracts.
Referred to judiciary committee.
The order of the day was as follows:
Second reading of a bill to amend section
108 of the Civil Q ode relating to public mark
ets. Referred to committee on public lands.
Second reading or a bill tor holding an addi
tional term of the third judicial circuitveourt.
Passed to engrossment. Second readinrf-cf a
bill to amend section 782 of the Civil Code
relating to time and places of holding elec
tions. Referred to judiciary committee.
Second readme of a bill to amend 1447 of
the Civil Code relating to kuleanas. Report
ed to judiciary committee.
Second reading 01 a uui to promote man
communication between Hawaii and the
United States, and to grant asubsidy of $4,000
per month to the Oceanic Steamship Comp
any for carrying mails.
Mr. W. O. Smith said : " I am opposed to
this bill. The subsidy paid lo the Pacific
Mail Company was $1,000 per month. The
Oceanic Steamship Company have for some
reason or other, compelled the Mail Company
to not carry passengers or freight between the
two ports. This bill asks us to grant $4,000
a month to the new company. There is a re
solution before the house asking for particulars
of the privileges granted to this company by
the government, but as yet no report has been
received. There should be very strong and
plain reason shown to us before we grant $96,
000 for two years to this company.
Mr. Kaulukou said : " If the government
can give $1,000 subsidy to a company whose
boats only remain here a few hours, surely il
can give a little more to a company whose
boats remain a week. If this new company
receives water and wharfage free, it is right,
for they spend a great deal of money and give
emntovment to a lanre number of men. and
the line is a great benefit to the community.
The Pacific Mail Company s Duals were gen
erally full of passengers and it was difficult to
get a stateroom, but not so with the Oceanic
Company. They remain here a week and
give plenty of time. I am in favor of granting
Mr. Kauhane.said: "I move the bill be
indefinitely postponed. The honorable mem
tier has taken care to mention benefits to be
derived from the new company, but hat never
thoucht of the drawbacks. It appears to me
a kind of monopoly line, and wants to lie the
king among steamship lines. Nearly all the
sailing vessels have been driven off. I see
numbers of men hanging round doing nothing,
and don't know how they obtain their food,
when the sailing vessels were plying regularly
between these ports these men had work nearly
all ihe time, now they can only obtain a few
days' work and have to be idle the rest of the
time. As soon as this line gets a inononly,
charges will go up and they will charge ut
what they like."
Mr. Widemann : ' 1 mxvve the bill be re
ferred to a select committee of seven. The
question for consideration is, whether we can
f...i . .1 1..1.1.. r
iiiium to oay ins: iTjuii'amy jw,uui suusiur iwi
two years, and wnetner we ougnt to exclude
tne otner line connecting us wun Australia. 11
is a very important matter and needs a deal
Mr. G. llrown t "I hope the house will
refer the bill to the finance committee, at a
great deal of very useful information has been
obtained bearing upon the subject by the com
miitcc timing its ixccui investigation, aim
would be able to give a very full report, which
would help the memticrs in (heir final rote on
The motion to tefer it to a select commit
tee was carried and the president appointed
the following! Aholo, chairman; Kaunamano,
Dole, Bishop, G. llrown, Minister Kapena
VVIUMSUAV's SKSSIOfs TlllaTV-Hllll DAY-
The following resolutions and bills were pre
By Mr. F. llrown, $2,500 for a road dis
trict pf Ewa.
Ily Mr. Nawahi. to loan the supreme court
judges the original copy of their decisions,
the public action
Majesty's Ministers antl the stewards of the
country. hese gentlemen nave hail tun op
portunity lor Ihe past seven weeks. It has at-
forded them the amplest opportunity for inves
tigation. We have an intelligent, cultured
and patriotic sovereign, and a history of which
wc may be proud as 1 i awaiian subjects. Ev cry
thing in our circumstances should Inspire us
to act honestly and be devoted to our country.
On looking over the report I find it is care
full) prepared but am sorry to say on review
ing do not find it conducted in a fair spirit; but
find it a minute search for a flaw rather than
for Ihe honest truth. In order that 1 may
show Ihe animus of the report, I bring forward
two statements which have been made in con
nection with a member of my family. These
are a bill of Mr. F. II. Hayscldcn's for seven
turkeys at $3.50 each, atso a bill for two pairs
of corsets, and another for a bustle. T hese
are spoken of in the report as transactions
wherein he derived profit. One of the mem
bers of the committee is connected with an
evening journal, at least his law partner is, and
makes the following statement intensif)ing the
representation: "I. II. Hayselden has
turned an honest penny by selling the govern
ment seven turkeys at $3.50 each." This
comment I characterise as a suggesto falsi. It
is worse than the truth. These gentlemen of
the finance committee hive never asked cither
me or my colleagues for any information. One
would have thought if they required any in
formation they w ould ccrtainiy ask the princi
pals concerned. It was understood that it was
deemed advisable to provide about forty ka
hilis. The work was difficult and done al
most gratuitously ; but certain articles of cloth
ing were given the natives, as a kind of com
promise and compensation. Instead of pay
ing out about $2,000 in cash, the natives, who
skillfully prepared the kahilis, were satisfied
with a tew articles ol cloihmr. lints the ar
ticles had nothing lo do with the gentleman
referred lo in connection with the tuikevs
There were bills from the first merchants of
the city for laces and other purihascs, bills
which 1 Nld in my hands. 1 lie 'ommittee
searched my office as if they were looking for
a needle in a haystack, they even split Ihe
straws and boiled them down to find the lost
article. They not only took vouchers but
copied every one. The supreme court where
there arc large disbursements of money was
almost entirely passed by, also the recorder's
office, which they do not even refer to.
With regard to favoritism in the selection of a
school teachers I deny it. The predecessor of
the lady hatl been paid the same salary as she
was getting. If a lady can be found to fill a
position, is it not in order to employ them, or
shall recompense be abated on account of sex?
I will next refer to the school agent at Wailuka
whose bond only amounts to $3,000 though he
has in his possession over $9,000 cash. The
chairman of ihe finance-committee whowas once
registrar of public accounts, hatl only a bond
for $10,000 yet he handled thousands of dol
lars, lam sure those thousands would have
been just as safe without any IkiikI. Two
items I next refer 10 are Mr. Dodd's omnibus
for $245.75, and Mr. Hayscldcn's for two
months' rent for house $22;. The omnibus
was paid for by the government as an act of
charity to carry the sisters who look care of
uiv lepers at rvanaoKO, to liicir cnurcil to at
tend mass, which they consider obligatory. It
Is very self-sacrificing on their pan to give up
their lives to care for the poor lepers. When
the eight sisters arrived they had no where to
go; we rented this house already turmshed,
with two servants to wait upon them. I think
the rent is most reasonable. The ministers
do not think they have made any misappro
priation 01 the leeal lundt. 1 could say a
great deal, and my colleagues will answer for
themselves. I must refer to one item as it is a
slap at me. It is the item of $18,170 62 paid
the Advertiser. Only $13,000 was paid, so
that is a gross misrepresentation. The com
mittee conclude their report without one word
of expression forTthe welfare of the country, to
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wiiivii laci 1 111 uticiitiou.
After recess Mr. Gibson moved the report he
laid on table.
Mr. Dole, that it lie accepted.
Mr. Nakaleka, that it be indefinitely post
poned. Minister Kapena, next addressed the assem
bly but in Hawaiian.
Attorney-General Newmann said : " I am
comparatively a stranger among you. It is not
necessary to be here longer than a month to he
1 have found It of the creates! use tn me in
the discharge nf my duties, and Inve used It
considerably. There are nun v more (mints In
the committee ictKirt I rould refer tn of a
Mr. W. O. Smithi "The committee have
tried faithfully and honestly lo la) before Ihe
public, the expenditure ol the country. I am
fully awnre Ihe report is a meagre tine, but it
speaks for itclf, and every member of Ihe
house can read ami draw his own conclusions.
In Ihe argument which Ins lasted four hours
there is hut one single Item which has been
stated lo be incorrect. That the ministers do
not agree with the reiiort is tn be expected.
The item rilered to is the pa)mcntof $18,
000 to the P. t Advertiser for printing.
Minlsler (Illisiin si) only $12,000 was paid,
hut I can prove every item, dollai, cent and
voucher which is paid, Ihe minister says
unfairness his heen shown as he has not been
asketl for any particulars, I will si) there
Is nol one department the committee visited
hut what the head was first spoken to. The
secretary of the foreign office look Ihe com
mittee round mid (minted out things to them.
It is expected the committee would be abused
and impugned, it Is not lo be wondeted at,
The minister has spent considerable time talk
ing nlioiit tuike)!, bustles and corsets, but
I sav. for shame on his maiestv's minister
with thcsescriouschatgcs before him, to devote
the greater part of his time to talking about
sl.ch trifles. He refers to il being a mourn
ful fact that the committee did not use any
such like sentiments as he used In his rcxjit of
IBS2 regirinng the itiiiire wcnaie 01 trie coun
try. The committee might have concluded
Ii) sa)Ing, God save the king, the people, and
the countrt , after what it had found.
The minister of the finance has talked some
hutililidnt amount tn an) thing. The attor
ney general has made the best defense foi
which I respect him. He has fought wholly
as a defendant in a criminal Indictment. He
has said vuyliiilc about the most Important
Items of Ms department mentioned in the re
port, Minister Gulick has heen more frank
than discreet. He confesses ignorance, and
says he is not able to explain matters and
well he may. The history of the present min
istry is known to the assembly and to the
whole count!)'. The most salient points in the
report have scarcely been touched upon, they
have talked on trifles. These matters havr
stirred the whole community. The country
has never Seen such corrupt contracts as those
made by tins ministry.
Mr. Dole said t " I dave watched the minis
try from lieglnning lo end, anil expected a
better defense, They have denied simply a
few items. The feeling against the committee
has no effect on tn) mind, One of its mem
bers was elected to support the ministry but
owing to the irregularities he cannot do so. I
believe the people are not proud ol the past
two )ears. Expenditures for bridges have been
most dlsienutalilc. The minister of the in
terior's explanation is very weak. No business
house could stand a week alter showing such a
report. This ministry has been found wanting
after being tried in the balance, it tlocs nut
vveijjh an) thing. The ministry, in their tran
sactions, have been profligate. Mr. Gibson
has a. hungry tendency, his family have made
considerable gains. Contracts were given to
one of his connections, and an office created
for his son-in-law. How can such a man be
trusted. lie does not deny anything, therefore
it is admitted. If I were a minister and could
not deny such a report as this, I would never
want to hold my head up again in this com
munity. The committee has done Its work
faithfully, and if it has made any mistakes,
they are honest ones. My constituents told
me lo investigate, and if reports Ihey had read
in the newspapers were true, for me to con
demn the ministers. I promised to do so, and
would have been pleased to have endorsed this
ministry, but I cannot do it."
Minister Gibson said : " Fault has been
found because we have not touched on all
points of the report. I spent an hour this
morning talking on it. but there are scarcely
any charges. T here are no charges of wrong
or embezzlement to warrant the last speaker to
talk as he has been talking. The principal
charge seems to be the transferring of money
from one department to another. The honor
able member say s lam hungry for gold. If
so I have an aptitude for .spending it. What
I touched on this morning was to show the
animus of the report. How can it be recarded
as partizan ? I call attention to a number of
Items amounting to $1,200, which the com
mittee insinuate are in the wrong place. If
the committee had only asked me I could have
explained these items satisfactorily. The con
tracts alluded lo were awartlctl a skilllul man,
who was besides considered a good architect,
some of them I regarded as being made too
hastily. I had nothing whatever to tlo with
them, and Ihe man who enjoyed the benefits
from them, and whose family I hope are en
joying some now, is dead and gone. I think
the ministers have explainer! every pom! in the
Mr. Widemann moved the house rise and
report progress, and ask to be allowed lo sit
Mr. Nawahi wished the discussion to be
carried on and finished at one session, but the
UltDAYS ShSSION THIRTY-SEVENTH IIAV,
Ifos-otl'll', June fl, 1884
f hue have heen no luiiness transactions of note re
rorted since last Issne, nnrlsn rematkaMe for inlt time
of month ami quarter Ihe same Inertness of trade
prevails, though Ihe regularity dt movf ments of foreign
shipping have been frequent enough 10 snmewhxl relic re
lis Anstralia arrived early last Saturda) from Sal
r-randsco with dates 10 the ;lh In.tant Her market
report evinces no milertsl chance from former qujta
lions. She hroui ht no freinht, but a number of paurn
errs for this port, Ihe Amy Turner arrived from Hos-
inn on Ihe i;th Instant after a splendid passage of 113
diss. Her cargo of staple American goods Is lurnlna
out In Ihe fine order usual vtli the vetsels of Ittewrr's
line, Ine KataVaua on the 18th from San KrancUco,
and the va on the 19th from tlumlioldt, Ihe former
with a cargo of coast produce and nierchandl-e and
and the latter lth a carto of redwood lumber The
Kaluna is alo at hand from her crube to the south ei.
ilh the rrrw of Ihe lost Julia and a few laborers.
In departures we note the Australia for the colonies,
Ihe .Mariposa for fian Kiancisco, Abhle Carver for Hong
Kong, the C O VVhilmore ami Lmerald for I'ugat
Sound Nest week a little more activity ma) be es
peeled in departures and exports of prodtue thsreby.
No time Is yet set for lae departure of the City of Palis,
as .he Is daily expecting the arrival of a cargo of roal
per batk Apollo, from Newca-tle
The Am) T urner leaves shortly for Hong Kong anJ
will load a return cargo for this port, as will also the
Abbie Carver. The Spb-a will probably clear to-day
for San franelsco with a full and heavy cargo af sugar,
dripalched by Hactfeld A Co, oho will follow her
vvilh the Kalakaua
On luesday nest Mr. K H. Adams will offer at auc
tion a numlier of parrels of real estate, situate In vatlous
parts of the islands. Die same day Messrs l.)ons 1
! evy will offer several tine horses of known record.
Phe Al-tmeda will be due on Monday nest from the
coa.t with dales 10 Ihe 16th Instant.
ILLINGHAM A CO.
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
SriCA, Schafer .. ,,,.., tier bk
mount I.eaaNoN, Helton . .Rrlt bVlne
ATLSHta, Hall... , , Am bk
Cirvor I'aais, Lochead , . Ililt
Aw TueNx, Newell Am Ilk
Kaiskaua, Miller .....Haw Ilk
hvs, Wfltman ......., .,..,. ...Am tern
..II II MS
. I! II M h
Vessels Etptcttd from Foreign Ports
I.ivaarnoi., lint bk, Clsn llasNr...
MtcaoNHsiA, Am. bgtne. Morninu Sraa
i-iveruue. f.. u nan a son, jsgtnts.
New Cash k, N S W, Am bk Wiilaho Muik.itt,
Staples. Due now, Wilder & Co. Agents,
tlvexrool , lint bk Vahuna Ingram
Due Sept 1 5 so.
PoRT'lowNsfNii, Amtem Hxcauioa Pehf
Due now. W Itder it Co, Agents.
DatviEK, Haw hkUK llisimr.. , .... . Wallers
Due August 10-is. Hackfeld A Co, Agents
Ntw Castlb, NS W, C.erbk Awl 10.
loading April 7i Agents,
Posr llLAkKLV, Am bgtne CouRTNav Korii. MNIer
San Franisco, Am s s ALAStatiA .Morse
Due June aj. W O Irwin A Co, Agents.
SvliNrv, Am s sClTVor Sviinkv . .Dearborn
Due Jut) 6 Hackfeld & Co, Agents.
NawCASTI , N S W, Am ship hi Doraiv.
Due . . Agents.
Ssn Francisco, Am tern Qmrs Itrandt
1 oacung June e.
San Krancisco, Am sch Chas Hanson Sprague
Loading (une t
Ssn Francisco, Ilrit srZralanijIa Wehtier
Due July ij. Hackfeld Co , Agents.
i.ivrarooi urn Uk uimmia.
llaie Just teteised an
IttTolcs of New nntl Desalrnhlev Ou
suited lo the wantsrf this market,
riiflf.fer'a llnt.ttriti e,
ami a good line bf
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEM ENTS
We would call Ihe special attention
of Hanters la our
I'rtfeiif hfiuhlf Mnulil Untiril rme,
which has been pronounced the best of
the kind ever used In this country
We have also received a
new lot of Ihe
DILLINGHAM HRBAKINO PLOWS,
to, !?, 14 in , which are giving perfect
utbtactlon wherever Ihey
I) K M A K It I .V t It KA SI .V II.
Ihe endless variety of gmuls nhith
we are now constantly re
celrlng are now Iwing
ni'KNI.D FOR INSJT.CriO.V AND SAM.
at nil- lowr.sT I'Kici.
Dllllnajhnru St Co
MORGAGKRS NOTICE OF INTENTION
Notice Is heteby given that, pursuant to a power of
sale contained in a irrlain mortgage deed, dated June
as, jBllf made by Maty II. McKeague and John
McKeague, her husband, of Honolulu, Uahu, tu Mary
I. llrown. of the same dure, of reror.l tn ih nffi- .J
Ihe Registrar of Cumevftnees. lit l.iher 68, on pages
17i 3?9t J80, and also contained tn an additional
charge of mortgage dated July 16, lilt, and recorJed
in i.iuersi, on pages aoo and 107, and also In another
additional charge of mongage dated October 31, ISJ),
and recorded In I.llier I) on pages 115 and ti6. and for
To sail lune 1. I'. II. Iljiteafr I'n . Av.niL
Jt luit, Am. bgtne Hszaru .... ! lerney
Due In all lulv. A. F. Cooke. Aeent.
Ssn Francisco, Am. bktne Kurkka
Due HaekTrld Sl Co.. Atrenr
Ssn !rancisco, Am bctne J. I). ai-ReCKKun.... fries
(For Kahului), due June 20-75
AuHltalu, lint ss. Ghest, from San Francisco. June 14
Mokohi, stm. Mc Gregor, from Kootaii.... . " 15
Klnau, stm. King, from Hilo and way ports. ' 15
Kilauea Hou, stm, .Sears, from Kahului.... " is.
I ikelike, stm, Vtiesturth, from Hdo ami way
Purls " ij
Ualani, slm, Cameron, from Koloa and Wai-
mea , ,s
C. KalJishop, Davis, from Hamakua M 15
Catenna. sch, from Hanalei , " tj
Kaluna, Haw sell, Lovetl, 37 days from Jaluit. " 15
Kckauluoh,, sch, from Ilaualei " ,5
Amy-Turner, Am bark, Newell, 116 days from
The Hawaiian (ark Kalakaua, arrived oa
on Thursday lasl from San Francisco, bringing
an assorled cargo of general merchandise,
which she Is discharging at the esplanade. She
returns to San Kranciso with dispatch.
The American bark AmyTumer, Capl.
Newell, arrived last Monday, 6 days from
Boston. She has docked at Brewer & Co'a
whaif, where she Is now diacjuuging s gener
al cargo of merchandise. After diKsuuging
the will be laid on the btith for Hong Kong,
relating to leprosy and oath of allegiance I
$5,000 for market house at Hilo : $15,000 for
custom house at Hilo.
by Mr. Kaneald, $300 for lock-up at Ulupa
ULua. By Mr, i'alohau, to facilitate the recovery
of stolen property.
Mr. Aholo read rust time a bill to regulate
the" pay ol contract laborers. Referred lo iudi-
stary committee. The honorable member held
up a cony of the Pae Alna which asked lor all
persona navjng Interest in Ihe country 10 attend
at the session tomorrow to bear bow the pub
lic money ha been squandered. If a bit
crowd Is eapaKteal I move lhat the sergeant at
arms oe instructed 10 prepare tot sucn. Mr.
Kalua has told people that be could not buy a
revolver is town, ptwhaft those people who
arc coming nave nougM up an lav revolvers.
as well posted as if you had lieen a vear. I
came here to engage in private business but
the king had been pleased 10 offer me a
cabinet portfolio which I accepted, and it is to
the derailment I was called to, I Intend strictly
to confine my remarks. In accepting the hi
tion I found I hatl committed an almost unpar
donable crime. There is the indictment, a
copy of the finance committee's reiwrt, I do
rot blame the president, he selected the com
mittee he thought best for the interests nf the
country. The committee ought to have done
their wink fairly and without impartiality.
This arrangement may lie without the result
the committee wish for. I do not care per
sonally, the report docs not trouble me. It
was not the duly of the committee lo sneak
round like jackals and see what they could
nose and sneak out, but find any abuses eslst-
Ing in Ihe government, When the members
tuve flivesicu tnemscives 01 tneir Hatred iney
will be ashamed nf themselves, for the report
U a damaging document lo them, With all
my newness. I tay lhat the membcis of the
committee have misunderstood Ihcir mission,
The papers, and people on the streets have
commented on the corruptness of the ministry.
I think the report Is more of an indictment of
(he Advertiser than of the ministry. I now
refer to the payment of $75 to W. tn Wilcoi
for acting as police judge. Judge llickciton
was granted a vacation and it was the duty of
the government to pay for a substitute. Refer
ing to the charge of espiess. hire for three
months (158. It Is pari of my duty to prose
cute offenders I do not want to saddle my
slight lameness on the government, I can pay
fur that myself. I was out for four nights lo
convict a chinaman of rape. I did not walk,
but convicted that man. and he Is now serving
out three yeais. The $400 paid lo Captain
Tripp is explained easily, as il was secret ser
vice to capture oiiuin smucglets, I deny
having any lucrative private practice. I had
several cases on hand before I accepted the
attorney generalship, and once since I have
been a cabinet officer I received a rctaiuer but
turned il over lo another lavsvti. I do not con.
skier the finaacc committee competent to give
me any advice as lo ray duties,"
Minuter (Julkk; "I have not hatl 1 very
long caperitoce in oCci vy oik and need not
state the ciKuruiaaen vdf wfcka I took oftcc
It is not vvtsial lot Mwiiatptvrt to Imm pro-1 1 Uvt at mvy aisy' tkipfHaniaa of isuttit
Kcports of standing committees.
Ily Mr, Dole, from judiciary committee
rclatinc to the following i for a police iustlce.
distVict of Makawao, fishing rights district of
llamaKua, claim 01 w. right against lioartl
of health, prisoners working on roads in their
own district, relating to marriage contracts,
collection of taxes from vagrant Chinese, that
the aliove petitions be laid on table. Also,
relating to sale of liquors to minors and women,
lie referred to select committee.
The following resolution ivas offered :
Ilv Mr. Kaulm. that the sa-lrl rnnimlltnn
the bill to amend section 698, Civil Code, lie
requested to present their report without delay.
Laid on tahle.
Mr. Kanealil read Tor the firs! time an act
changing ihe second judicial court from
Lahaina tn Wailuku. Referred to judiciary
The order of the day was as follows t
President Rhodes said : " When this Assem.
lily did me the honor of electing me lo preside
over its deliberations, I had made un mv mini!
. ... ..!.- . I - t .!. .1.-. S .
uui ii turn: pan hi uuy 01 inc niscussions Ol
1111s house, nut 10 continc myseii 10 the duties
of the chair, and I intend to adhere to
that resolution, without I am draciicd into de
bate. Hut the remarks nude by tne minister of
loreign allalrs Impeaching my honor, compels
me lo come before this rsscmbly. I hav e been
attacked on two different occasions, once by the
minister and by r.ne of his friends. I have
not said an)lhing, but this 1st he proper place
lor me to ticicnu ni)seii, the ministers
said last evening that I had lieen, guilty of
partiality in appointlnc Ihe finance committee.
Later he said something which seemed like
damning with faint praise. I have to the best
of my Judgment and ability, acted with the
greatest lminrtiahty in the assembly. In his
opening speech the minister said there were
five persons on the committee opposed 10 him.
later in the afternoon he said, there were only
tout, and mat 1 nan selected them ou account
of their hostility lo the cabinet. I deny thi
impeachment entirely. The honks being all
kept in English it requires men well ac
quainted with the language, and well posted
In accounts o serve on a finance committee.
I had no difficulty in selecting members
for this committee a this session. As
to the motive by which the coijjmitlce have
been guided, I knew nothing, when I appoint
ed lliem but now I know they ate opposed lo
mc s-auiiici, lie iiuumti riat nunseii to
thank for those gentleman being on Ihe com
mittee. Everyone knows lhat the minister
himself interfered with elections and got mem.
bers elected. At the time of the elections Ihe
air was almost polluted by stories of moneys
going 10 tne otner tsiaansior election purtio.es.
I heard of ii, vet I don't gossip. The minister
has lieen called lo account for 'treating Ihe
members at hit house duilm; the nrcsent
session. I was a stauch lilenu of his at one
lime, and admired his talents, but I can
not do so now for the way he has estranged
his friends and those who would assist him,
was a mendiei of the lioard of (mmL?raltnn.
but the minister compelled me lo go, oil by hit
arbitrary aciions, he Is so insulting that no
person of cliaractcr could icnuln w iih Mm. I
was also on the board of education, but it was
the same there. I atn sorry the talents of ihe
minister have been so misapplied. Mr. Dolt
haa pointed uui (here has been five ministers
of Interior, and 1 will add iherr have Lawn
three attorney-general during the niinUteit'
icrra or once, yet im oouniry u lull 01 capable
law vers. The reason Mr. Preston left waa Ike
iMerffience with his duties. The goverBuwil,
at it stands, is like bad apple, rottw at ihe
ten." (Lack ofttsace prevents taw mm of ta.
I fa'x Msuaitia),
Rob Ro, sch, from Koolau
Waimalu, sch, from Koloa.....
Kalakaua, Haw bk. Miller, Irom San t'rancisco.
Jas Malee, Freeman, from llanalcl and waj
Waimanalo, situ. Nelson, from Waimanalo....
Nettie Menill.M-h from .aham?.....
Kva. Am tern, Wikman, from Humbolt
Waitele, sch.from Maliko .7".
Lhukal. sch, from Waialua .. !. .1......
Marlon, sch.from Kekaha r.rST. . . nr; . . . .
Lehua, stm. l.orenzen. from Molokaiand liana
Venadis, Swedish frigate, Lagerberg, from Callao, via
aniii.... ..........,.. " ao
W. 11. Dtmoiid, Am. bktne, Houdlett.fm S K.. M ai
Kilauea Hou, stm'r, fcears, fm Kahalut.... , " at
in I.iberti, on pages ago and agr, and also In another
a breach of the conditions In said inortcace deed and
the additional charges contained, tlwt all and singular
the tauda, tenements and heteditaments in said niort
gage deed described and contained, will, aflrrthe time
limited by taw, be sold at public auction on accuunl of
Ihe breach of the conditions as heieintiefijre mentioned
Hie properly in satd mortgage described being situ
ate at the corner of Hotel and Rlchaid streets Hono
lulu, afuresald, and more particularly described til
Roval Patent No. I.fill. ContAinlm & inn nr ni.iA.t
of an acre, and alto a piece of land situate oil llolel
sircci, tionoiuiu, atoresani, anu adjoining Ihe alajve
proprtv, and more particularly described In Koval
Patent No 1 ;. MARV J. 1IROVV N,
by her attorney in fact
AI.KX. I. CARIWRKilil.
Cant. Hrown, At-ornev for Mortgagee.
Honolulu. May ay. 18S4 ,06 41
rHANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Australia., lint Ohet, for Sydney
Mariposa. Am , GoMine, for .San Francisco
Ka Moi. sch. for lutihohoc
khukai, &ch, for WaUtua
unu, mm, laortnien, lor Molokai unJ liana
Kamkeouh. sch, for kohola
Alibie Carver, Am bit, Pendleton, for Ilonj
Kong .....,..,. ,
Kekauluotii. sch, for liaiialei. ,...., ..,,
Klnau. stm, Ktnu. Hilo and way pom
Planter, .ni. Bate, for Maalaoa, Kona and
Kau . .... ,
Iwalani, &tm, Cameron, for Koloa and Waimea
Kilauea Hou, tm, hears, for Kahulut . , . . , ,
.Mokolii, Mm, McGregor, for Koolau. ,.
Waimalu, sch, fur Koloa .,,,,.,,..,,,.
HaleaVala, !.. PcpeeLen a........
MaryAUce, sch, for Molokai..
1 ownsetHJ ,
. M 16
Whit more, Am bk, Callioun, for Port
'ownsetid . a
C R. Uitthop fctni, Uav!, for Hamakua
l.iWhke, m, Wielarthf for Hamakua.. , .
Amelia, Am bktne, Hewhall, for Port Towmend
Roll Koy, sch, for Koolau ,......,
Mauuokawal. sch. for Hauaiaaulu
h meraM, Am bk, Gatter, for Port Townnd ' ao
from Eureka per Eva, Juue 15. Geo Haintau.
From Boston per Amy Turner, June 18.-M111. A E
Newell, Ino K Graham, A lies.
from MadcmperCityof Parts, June i $w men,
o women, 337 children.
from San Francisco, per Kalakaua, June iB A W
Cliffe, M laaocker.
from South beat per Kaluna, June .5. A N Tripp,
C S Mayer, wife, child and servant; 40 laborer
For Port Towmend per C O Whitinore, June 16.
II G Ueiwr.
For Hong Kong per Abbie CancV, June 17, ia8
men, women and children.
ror nan rrancihco per Maripoi
Hart, Rev W F f rcenun. Rev H Macy,
June 16th. L
furd, Mrs Capt Worth, Mrs C Mon and a (Uutfeter,
A W Pierce. Mrs A W Pierce. Mrs (J S Strom. L Ah-
murk, Ml A F Callin. Mother Judith and child, A
RamUh, Mrs McMartU, H Dawson, G Frank. J
sLaiartu, Miss Alexander, .Mrs J P. Haaford, Paul
l&enbcrg, K Mullrr, Miss K Tee, J Vernon, J Laasao,
It Tietrcn, C D WiMiams, L Freock, E Calam, W S
Samoa, ami wife. (1C Uuefer. K W Bovs.T KarUoo
and wife, G Uw.mUmmo and wife. M dWeenwood, Mr
Mrs. M. Sitva, C Martin., C J McCarthy. O Branch,
A T Hudson, C Dean, N McCarthy, P Kelly, P Hro
l. W II Berwick, ? S Hall, A K Kennedy, II S
For San r raat,lco,per Marlpoui, June 6 jfi.jga !
" J.VV sjr.. tag ., IM,11 IBS, QQ3
hide, Jsiji, bnchs bananas, 19 en betel leaves, vi
The Magnificent, New, and hlrganl SteatnOtlp
MAIUVOSA ami ALAMKOA
Wilt leae Honolulu and San 1'nnrUco
lat nnd lftth of Each Month.
Pa.engers b this. line are hereby notified that the)
will 1 allowed 750 llt, of tiaecace free by the Orrr
land Railway, when travelling l.oi,
fXLLftMON TKKK1SFUH HOUNIl TRIr, Jl5-
good to return b any of the Compati)' Srimers with
in ninety da.
PaKengers may hae their name hooked In advance
bV annllimr at the nlTitre nf lli nnania
.'-". :..'".".-" . . .. ..
...ercmiume iniemicu lor shipment ly this line, will
le received free of Morale in the company's new ware
ouse, and receipts mued fur same. Insurance on
merchandise, whilst in Ihe warehouse, will heat owners
WILLIAM G IRWIN ft. Co ,
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
MNK OF SrEAMr.KS.
Will run recularly for KONA and KAU,
Leaves Honolulu at 4 P. M.:
Returning, Touching- at Maalea
1 uesday .
Cameron, tointnander, leaves Honolulu ever) Tues.
day at 5p.m. for Namliwili, Koloa, Ueele, and Wai
mea, Kauai Returning leaves Nnwiltuili eterr
The funic Mahee,
Freeman, commander, leaves Honolulu everv Thurs
day, at 3 p. in. for Kapaa and Kilauea. Return
ing leaves kauai every 'I uesday at 4 p.in., and touch
intr at VVutatue !oth vtavs.
The C. Jt. JUnho1,
Davis, lotninander, leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 4 r.st. fue kultnihale. Ilonokaa, aud 1'aauhau. II.
turning arrives at Honolulu .very Sunday morning.
ataTOFFICK of the Company, foot oT Kilauea
Street, near the 1' M. S. S. YVnarf i;.
hon. a pag'
oslon, per Amy Turner, June i'aJ! &
;s books, 3 cs bather, 61 cs ssslnt, ;n pluja
ml wart; l"Wlhp Co, 14, pa!ieoaco
and my goods: Honolulu iron works, in
to bbli dust; Wilder Co. a bdls blind.; M h Critv.
fcaua k Co, 90 pigs rotni S Nott, a ct apades; Brewer
& Co. I kbit vinegar, 3 ca carriages; S CKaWaon, 1 cs
paper; Picrc. Co, iu pka rope, a what, ssaali, 9 Gall.
hoar llrnbei: 1 O ihra, 1 cs staitonsnrr; I D lash.,
,Z U IWWS1 j I Vf BBjaajiMaua.,
chlnei Allen . Kobuoa,S)s, pgs nails, dours, beef
1, laaa phv sundry
, 1 Paai wrstbui asa.
a.d .oik: C. W MwtarUn. 4 Co, mo ka. nails: L lie
tally, s carriages; Holllucr ft Co, jo plugs dngs:
Order, 77 imu coa, laooo csoll, 1,40 pkfs assorissi
lor ban rrancUco. tare Kalakaua, Jui il CO
Karaer. is lank hajsttui: rlanaon. MeaslE at Co. ear.
boy arid; I T WueekouM, a cs cigars, stt (g grace-
lies; l. a. rsenion, so aw nay! tn lack, 10 plat w.
lilnasin.lllnghaw Co, i pigs powoVr; Hall i ho
ts pkgi oowdar; M MclMiny. 3 cs chHhusg; A t
V"ok, plus gronaea, IWd a, day naii, hlc.
plus im"s, , fatal aaa day nalij Mc.
1 pbgs cavil i-actac WMsaMstai Co, jo
NaUrlaSfaUaWa SJa. aaa SJala
(1 Lucae jooo brick., o.'bMa Use. VVw.
1 Jjo s8 awr."
ftSS'Js "T"1 J'"?1 tX too skTJl
K Williams, i.pags faraliw,, too bit hay,
out) Hackfeld a Co, aupMi, ivvbl. hay;
pACIFIC MAIL STBAMSHIP COMPANY,
VOR SAN FRANCISCO,
'lite Splendid Steamship
vi'rr of srnxEV
ntarbori 1 .....Commander
will leave Honolulu for Sail Francisco
Oa or atosst . . -July tk
'OR SYDNEY Via AUCKLAND.
I he Splendid Sienui.hip
WKUIItk ,,,, , Coiuioander
Oattw attorn. ..., JsUr lVtk
Th.aemt. lu-ra ... mam. .... ....1 ... 1 .t 1
San Iranclsco aud rctnrn foe twj. ih. round iii.
Roudt for .hipiu.nl per tle.Dxr can now bo tturtd,
sleiner.baT' " warhou near l.
For freight r passage, apply lo
in II. HACKFELD & Co., Again..
Itspkgs merckandua; OUnm. Fin
FiomKur.ks.pcr Iva. Ian, ia-U.rs Cook..
JI.190 n ruarlc, Ij 6jo ft surf, .,l ft cl, tJ.471 fl I 4
IJ.t.wjtTtXO.'T.w ft tiding, loa'aos, r. tiding,
aaajM.., uu wt
CUrwM Fitaii, J
a. Jant 19Lewc
1 surf. 1,901 fl cl, 1
LV f,wiffc" '? "i"1' &W n tdinluiM(
611V Amy 'turner, Newell, mailer- Sailed fiom
Itostoa, Mast, lebruamx, ills. Had heavy umber
runnlag caf lb. com J was ,4 day to lit. equator in
lb. Atlantic; April 10, 06 Uta Rio de U FlaU, tigul
lacd AmariiM ship (ialbersr front, MiiUdalpkla. boaad
lo Sa Fraacuxo; April ,,, (Md through sk. Strait
U U Main; iUy 1, ptl Cap. Horn; June 4.
cnvuwd lh equator fit lb. iVlfw, longitude Ijl deg.
VV(ha4rcmg KK aaj SK trades', Jun. ij, jsjoaas.
siftuwi Mauve Km. bearing SSYV, dklaitc Si U.tl
it lad.yjkl) hoi, to cx Head; passage itH
. ' "-a
The J. D, Spreckais aiiiveO at San a-'rancU
co. o tike .lh Inst.. lIK days frcta Kahului.
SaM state, actwervK Anu, stjtj U;s horn
111 in asm itosM. in tmisv. Mact,
WW Ht tt TsWMtfca, JvtSVt tstfc.
FOR bAN FRANCISCO.
C. mMWKH tOMI-A.Sr, Afnl..
alershandis. rectUsd Siorag, Free, and liUial ra.h
advances mad. on ahipiaebtt hy Iblt hue.
PCIFIC NAVIGATION CO,
CoMtHmt HMtl I'ummUtloH Autult.
toner QUeSX V ,Vs7f.t,Vt Sliith, (liotlth
Regular veuU lajll,. port I U
Mahkaaiul llanfe Maui,
UupaUathai., Honomu. hukava am;,HWi v ''
llawil. " '
Koloa, llanapepa and W.Iohm on Kauai, and
Aud any ntW ports kin lodituiaemi otter.
Fcrtou hav Ing frt Ighi tkw' pan of thai Waa Ji lo
U (oewaribd from SUo Frsactaca by way of Hotsaiidu,
ot dmci thlpswaota front lloual.lu il dv weal la
en.(u)n m U lh, FaclAc Navipaitun Cts. Ufw.
luakiiur tsital arrangeoutnit.
Ikxid. luastdwd fortblpsMu bt-atty uvtir veaV
rea.i.td aud uvtti lit nf shafts. I la at tnymot'
bsuallog u auy iLase. At-atr utwefeaye.-w. o U, ,
. r. v.otK, ,
m -aat ,1 ,4fe
U v S . .,.-aa.V!i J
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