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lotlal romwt l ir Pott trm I
Hiibtrrlhrii and Ailrrillrs will bImis n.tciirit,
TIIOS. O. THRUM, IMIiIit n.l I'rirutlUnr
All matter for tli 5tlnri!ny I'rttt ilmuM he
a.MreiSed U Hi " SATURDAY I'ltHSS,
NaIIcs olanr rrsnlt nf Intr-ratl t rnjlrlnit on
Ilia ftlisr liltmtt will ato-avs ha thankfully ircr-Irsd
or publication Cnrrttpnnilrntt "to rniittlsd to
appr-nd tlialr ttii liAtnat In all communications,
not for publication nfeestttlly, Iwt Ml guarantee
tlit b writer It ntllnii In Rood (tlth,
LOCAL IT ISMS
Honolulu lelltt neat week.
Shipping note! crowded mil.
Condemn! news crowded Mil.
Thursday's and I'rlday's ItitWnllvc pnKcesI
ln(ji ure urtarfildAbly held over.
Hie Initiative hall cluck stopped at 4
o'clock Inn Tuesday, ,, Like Hit limn, ll
wai out of Joint.
KiMtliliiiter Hurt n reminded that tlic
Kiiltef hole on I'oit street, between Kukul
ami ijihool street! Are Mill protected liy either
lion or wooden crating,
I he three dully papers hive In hand sub
scription lists to raise $300 for (tie purrlinte of
an organ to he used liy the Roman Catholic
tillers in their chapel service at KakaaUo.
Hie fund need about $ioa, which ought 10
Le piid In before this time ncit week, as It It
hoped to tend the organ order liy the Alamedi.
On the fourlh page It lone ""'I interesting
letter from Doctor Sudani. IMitnil.1l coin
men! It referred. Another tetter on the treat
ment of leprosy will tie printed next week.
On the Tint pane l one of Knmaalna's letters
a note on the present condition nf the llilu
lava How, and another Instalment of New
Kxccpllons lo the verdict of the jury In the
caie of the Crown versus Kcanu for murder,
were taken and argued before llic Chief
Justice on Wednesday last. The grounds
taken werclh.it Marcus Colhurn, who wat
foreman of the jury, had attempted In Influence
Ihc jurois by representing ta them that unless
a verdict of c.uilly were found their names
would forever be stricken from the list. An
affidavit 10 tills effect was made by Incla, one
of the jurymen, If true, such conduct It a
disgrace to the foreman, and should hereafter
disqualify him from performing Jury duty.
In the legislature yesterday when the presi
dent announced that a message from the klii;
had arrived the members arose in their places
to receive the royal messenger, Col. James
lloyd of tils majesty's staff, who presented
himself in full uniform, carrying a velvet port
folio, lie adsanct-d under escort of the
sergennt-at-arms to the president's platform
and presented the message which appears in
full In the editorial columns. The members
cheered the king after the message had been
read and shortly thereafter adjourned until
Comleneril Xetr nf thr HVefc.
Sjtnr.ljy, July uth : A fine musical enter
tainment for the benefit of the Waikiki Church
this evening at Kawaialuo Church. .Mr.
Henry lleymau appears for the list time,
probably In Honolulu. Owing to "the heavy
rain the attendance was small, but the concert
was a success financially. The Spreckclsville
base ball boys present the strong batters of
the Honolulus a bat 9 feet long and 10 inches
wide to hit Wall's pitching with. The surf
inns very high during the day, and keeps up a
tremendous noise throughout the night. I Ion.
E. K. Lilikaljrrf feels quite indisposed in the
house. I'resident Rhodes calls him to order.
It la thought he will rccoser If properly
attended to, and fed on gruel. Mr. Gibson
makes a speech In the house on the subsidy
bill. Some say this was tsbat gave the Hon.
Lilikalani indigestion. The subsidy bill passes
its second reading by a vote of 31 to 13.
SmUay, July rjtA: Kev. V. II. Rice, of
Ohio, preaches at the Ilettiel in the morning,
illustrating the subject, How Mankind have
become Kich through the I'oserty of Christ.
Rev. Mr, Cruian preaches at Kort-.Stn.-et
Church in the morning, and in the evening
there is held a farewell service to thoe
missionaries going to Micronesia this week.
Rev. Mr. Logan gives a lecture on the Mod
lock Islands and Kuk, their people, manners
and language, etc., the lecture illustrated with
maps. The Zcalandia arris ts at I I'.M. from
San Francisco, and sails for Australia during
the afternoon. General George A. Sheridan,
U S. A., on board, Qoing to lecture on
American topics In the colonics. An attempt
at incendiarism to-night in the house of E. K.
Hendry, on I'ensacola Street. Princess
romaikclani. Governess of Hawaii, arrives
Montiay, July 14th: Doctor Whitney closes
his dental office until Jul) list. Written ex
aminations are commenced at Fort-Street
School, and will continue into next week.
Kauuainano, member from Hamakua, reads a
new opium bill. Nolle' horse comes very
near gelling away this morning: becoming
frightened at some barrels being rolled along
the sidewalk, finally quieted by Captain
Aldriclt. Mr. J. M. Herring opens .1 watch
maker's shop at 84 Hold Slieet.--Written
examinations commenced at the Royal .School,
.to continue until the 25th instant. -The fan at
the Honolulu Iron Works breaks dawn yester
day, causing a delay of several hours.
Tutiday July tjth The Mariposa sailed
at 13:20 r.M., taking with her a large cargo
valued at $188,340.31, and the usual comple
ment of passengers. The post office for
wards 4,641 letters and 1,684 papers per the
Matinosa. The house holds no session this
morning, there not being a quorum present,
consequently a motion is carried to adjourn
until t I'.M. Most of the legislature, together
with the Miifj and the Italian prince, down at
the wharf with Mr. Spreckels, playlnc with
their little corporation lioats. Mr. M. G. El
noie, the gas man, leaves on the Mariposa to
bring back his big machine and fixtures, The
new boat club attempted to oruanUe to-night
at Engine House No. 1, but did nut have a
quorum. They adjourned for one week.
H'tJiutMiy, July 161k; Henry L. Emory,
the forger, was sentenced by Justice Austin to
six months Imprisonment at hard Isbor, and
tupay a fine of $50. Captain Cooke, tli
a 1 venturer of the Kapolanl, Is on iri. 1
ueioie a unite jury tn justice Austins lour .
A Chinese opium smuggler nan td Ah Karrf
was arrested on the Mttiposa wharf with about
u pound of opium in his possession. lie
pleaded guilty and was sentenced to three
months hard labor, and fined $100. The
lion. A. S. Cleghorn resumed his seat in the
asiimbly hi allemooii in improved health,
The Comuclo arrived this morning from Sims
Francisco, besides full carijo of merchan
dise, she brought two trolling horse valued, at
tevcral thousand dollars.
JAuriJay, July jti . Governor Dominls
announced tn the assembly this morning that
the Mn had signed the gold bill, Captain
Lockhcad. of the City of Paris, was assaulted
(hit inornln); at the corner of Fort and Mer
chant streets uy one ot hit sailors, who was
under the tuftuence of liquor 1 another sailor
came to the captain's assistance, and the ruffian
wis 'soon :aUn to the police sutioa. Mr,
Dole Intioduccil a bill providing for a S)ttem
of street railroads to reach the following points,
su 1 Slitting from King street to the I'ali t
from Fott street east to Kaplolanl I'atk, and
westerly to Moanalua ; fiom Maum'.ea street
cistcily, along Queen tliect to the Park,
A I vi, for the following steam route, sit 1
From Fort Itivcl to Waiklkl, Kaplolani I'atk,
Nlu and Diamond Head 1 ami from Mvmakea
sricct uvstetly to any poiut at or near the
I'earl Riser Lagoon.
nJjy,u(p tjth . The missionary schooner
J entile Walker has delayed her departure for
Ilia Sialh Sas, oa Aeouut of the sickness of
one of the passengers, until the first o! neat
weeU.-The City of Paris Uft to-dyi before
ailog a dinner was given on board by her
owners tt the Itgulaiuie and number of our
titurns. The Waiiuunilo was taken off th
Marine railway, after having her bottom
cleaned. At a inreticg of the Chamber of
Commerce, tr new bulk bill, at drawn by
Mvisis, Darict, Spteckels, Bishop and (sen
beii, wv accepted, The Amateur Musical
Society, held 1 piertiru; at the V, M. C. A,
H4I w PiKtkf.
1 or 11, i.t:,int,'L
flu' first ylr nfM. Allnin'a Colli: lias
closed very successfully, ami In a manner quite
aallsfacloty to Iwth teachers and palrolis. The
public examlnau.jns were conducted by Mr.
A. T Atkinson, the principal, during Thurs
day and Friday of last week. Ills ayvem nf
teaching Is one which thew wrillrn cuamlua
linns base proved lo be most thorough and
complete. In snme ol lite clmsi-s several nf
therntuiiclitors stood so close that the decis
ion as to who should Kiln the first prlte was
very bird lo give. In the mechanic chM no
drcldon w it arrived at, and Miss I'.thrl Wc-le-house,
Antonio I'erry and James Wilder each
received a first prize card. The prlnclpsl
esnmlnallons held were in (iraminsr, arith
niellc, Lnllri, geography, and American,
English, Hawaihn and general history. The
prlmsry dcimriment under tne management of
Miss Wtidchonsc has been conducted In a
winner lint has been mosl praiseworthy to
her, and always for the best Interests of the
school, as the proficiency of her little clnrgcs
has shown. On Friday afternoon, after a
nice lunrh had been served to all under the
dltrctloii of the amlible Mrs, Atkinson, came
the lilersry esercises of the pupils, All de
serve special mention, but we hive only room
for I hose which were especially good, as All
ows 1 A recitation by Mr. Jinni Wilder, en
tllleilMrt Jone's I'nale elided Ihc wannest ap
plause, and the essay by Miss Maria Afong on
Honolulu was cxccptionilly good. Mr. W.
flrclg'sdeclauialloii, the "Duke of Wellington,"
was scry creditably rendered. The composi
tion nf Miss l.inl Atkinson, arid also that of
Mlssjulii I'.tly were well read, well written,
and well rrceived. A most enjoyable negro
f.srce acted by Messrs. Hon, lloliron and
Wilder was wildly applauded. Mr. Hobron
shows many qualities of a first chss negro
comedian. At the close of the exercises Mr.
T. H, Davius made some pleasing and com
plimentary rcmsrks In the principal and stud
ents, after which all distierned to enjoy iheir
mrs, wai. lack's v.'irooi..
Mil. Wallace's Academic School for young
ladles closed al noon last Wcdncsdiy, Dur
ing the five school days of last week the sev
eral classes underwent written examinations
in English and American history, English
grammer, French, geometry, algebra and
arithmetic, and both physical and political j'co-
graphy. During the first three days of this
week the examinations have been oral and
have covered much of the written examlna.
lion work in all of the above mentioned slud
ies. In common with the best educators of
the day, Mrs. Wallace believes in the efficacy
of written examinations. Per Contra she rec
ognlrcs both the inadequacy and unsatlsfacl
orlness of oral examinations; but, like cveiy
one else in this work-a-day svorld who must
strive lo ptease patrons, she Iwws gracefully
lo the demands of tradition. The closing ex
eicises last Wednesday were the only exercises
of the school which any representative of this
piper was privileged to attend. So far as one
may judge from so brief an attendance, Mrs,
Wallace's school-room methods arc admirable,
Those teachers are fortunate who know how
10 adapt to (he needs of the class-room the
conversational ease of a lady in society. The
pupils uf such a teacher are doubly fortunate
as arc the pupils of Mrs. Wallace. Tlie ex
crciscs of Wednesday morning consisted of an
oral examination in English history, another
in algebra and a few compositions, recita
tions and piano-forte selections. The history
examination would have been creditable to any
class in any school within the writer's know
ledge. The algebra examination, though
not so exhaustive, was not less satisfactory so
far as It svent. One of the compositions read
was sufficiently original to justify the writer
in obtaining permission to print il. It is a
circumstance worth noting that one of the
young ladies has lieen fitted by Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace to enter Vassar, and will soon leave
the islands to begin a course in that most
popular of feminine colleges.
THE COLLEOES AND GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS.
St. Louis College will close next Friday.
Examinations will take place during the week,
probably on Wednesday and Thursday. The
closing exercises and awards of priics will
take place Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock sharp.
The public are Invited. The examinations at
Iolani College commenced last Wednesday,
and will continue one week. The closing
exercises will take place on Monday July iSth.
On Thursday of next week the closing ex
ercises at the Royal and at Fort Street Schools
will take place, examinations being held
during the first three days of the week.
llllo't Faurtli of July
The " ohlest inhabitants" have not seen for
many years such an Immense gathering of
people as there was on what Americans call
"theglorious fourth. " It would seem as
though there was no one left al home on tht
plantations, all seemed to have come to Hilo
lo witness the races and games, and to attend
the festival and fair at the Court House
Hall. During most of the day there were
horse races, foot races by men, women,
girls, and bos.s, for which there were prizes to
stimulate them to great exertion. The Hilo
Urass Uand of 18 musiciansawerc out with
their new instruments and ceruinly played
finely as was remarked by cveiy one who
heard them. All are Portuguese. They
played mostly at Ihc Court House Hall where
the good ladies of the Foreign Church had
provided nice dinner at a moderate price.
In the evening at tlie same place the ladies
displayed a fine varity of fancy as well as u,c
ful articles for site at low prices. There were
two pictures sold, painted ly Howard Hitch
cock worthy of notice, Maur.a Kea and
Cocomut Island. Ice cream was provided,
but not In sufficient quantity lo supply the
The receipts of the festival and fair netted
over $150, for the benefit of the Foreign
Church. J. A. M.
Hilo, July 10' h. 18S4.
The pioneer steamer of the HawaliamEng
lisb line, (he City of Paris, sailed yesterday
afternoon for Singapore having on board Mrs
Allan Herbert, Mrs. S.J, I.eavy, Misses Lizzie
and Ellen Coney, Mrs. Webster and several
others, en route for London. The vessel
was dressed from stern to stern in signal
streamers and national colors. At the
fore ttoated the American rtai;, at the main the
Hawaiian, the Union Jack at the mitsen and
the red English ensign at the flag staff. The
legislature la a body, many leading citizens
and representatives nf the various papers were
invited to Inspect the vesstl. A bountiful
luncheon was served. Amonj others present
was the king. The City of PatU is S yean
old and ran for many years between Liverpool
and New York In the Ionian line. A very full
description of the vessel was printed in the dr.
cular of the company sent out by Messrs.
HolT.ung from London. It is hoped to
secure subsidy of fj.ooo a trip for the
City of Paitsi and It U expected the liue will
make at least two trip a yen.
'. . !
Mi, Mason accepted the position of
gcueul secretary of the V. M. C, A. He will
probably leave Glovicettt, MivchiMtll, so
as to arrive here oa the fch of next Svpuajbir.
Toe V, M. C. A. will give him reception
bM be Miivc.
hr.0t.1t, irtin vnni.r.i;iin.
lltft,iAV r tr, t it tv r")t! r.sy
(tills an t r-'Oluh'im w rr pres'Wtd fol
lly Mr I'.ilohsir, In amend Sn-tion 4, C iap
trr U, P, nal ( mle, rehllng to lerw-rs, also
lhat th psy f the inleipri-t'r lie rall tn$ti.
50 per day.
Ily Mr. C "HI llnmn, lo amend section 36
and 60 of lhe Civil Cod.
Mr, 1'illp.i read firtt lime a Idll lo iinnl
article 10 of ilia Constltulfon, rnillu; to re-
corda. Head a aeeoml time arid referred to jii-
I lit) order of the day was as followti
.Second iMtllnt; of a Mil lo rriptl.Ue the cur
rency, Mr, Mot! Smith: "I m.ivo ih,. Uiu, .
solve lllf Into iln-eimunlllev of lire whole."
Mr, Widcnuiiii 1 "I move that tli majority
and minority rciwrlt b returned lo Ihe com-
nniiee to he ma-Je Inlu one bill."
The house rotolvnl lltelf Into miumllln. nf
the whole, Mr. I'alo'iiw in th- ehnlr,
Mr. Mod Smith! " rtie thn- has come when
something must be done with the currency.
,,c urc ii nrcsiuuion in silver, a ttaiwaru m
valiistlou In colli, a leifil tender In one metal.
gold, of which probibly we have none on lurid.
i,c me senior; nun nuying "ari'iri, as wall
street brokers would .ty, Hueh a stair of our
money would make confusion, for we ur tra
ding with pcni-s of money whleli harra llirctu
alliifj value, n dollar whMi is vsurth abroad 81)
Ccut to-day, ami perhaps jr cents to.inor-
row. as we nsve no noine inarkrit lor our
productions or niaiiuficliirtn to sell, and buy
abroad pretty much all we eat, drink or wear,
we base really no domestic trade, and hence
cannot easily adapt our currency lo domestic
use only, liking no account ol its value abroad.
We may note the confusion by these lllustra
tlomi 'I he government have found It necessary,
in the Japinete contracts, In slipultlclhat Ihe
wage thill be piid In gold. The Oseanle
.Steamship Compmy have arranged lli-lr
freight rates to b p-ifd in gold. Why ? Ex
change, which simply means money lo pay
debts due abroid, has got loone from lis eco
nomic law, and lluctuaies around Ihe quality
of our ilotwttic currency. We now have a
silver dollar, which is variable In value for
dealings with California and other countries.
Wc might use a silver currency when all our
dealings should become adapted lo il, without
dcltiinrnt. Hut, in our present circumstances
and connections with Ihc cosst, such a curren
cy would be Inconvenient. We can use a gold
currency, although il will rost us more to keep
it up linn silv r, but It will simplify our trans
actions scry much, and will make business
more satisfactory lo all classes of our citizen's.
As the stale of our currency at present needs,
and must have revision, it scans to mc that
wc ourthl to choose n gold currency, as Ihc one
best adapted lo our needs. If wc choose sil
ver sve must change our Legal Tender Act of
1876. As matters now staud, lhat net,
in miking gold the legal tender It a stand
ing menace to cveryliody having psymcrits
to make. It stands In ihe way nf every
liody making contracts, or giving notes
or other evidences of indebtcdnessor even stipu
lating for wagcsorsilaricii. Ifwechooscgold, we
must abolish or amend thai act, forit allows too
largeamargin of silver, in payments, for gold to
comclntoordinaryusc. Theactof l8;6provided
for the stopping of too much silver coming in
to the country, by imposing an import duty of
(en per cent., but it has been imffrctual. It
provided for the country obtaining gold through
ihc custom-house, but it has been incflectu.il.
Its provisions have not been able to establish
a gold circulation and currency. As it is best
to have our legal tender bonds in gold, wc
ought to devise a method for brini'itm cold in
to the country, and for making proper use of
it. Unc- means to tins end will be tlie abso
lute limitation in quantity; another means will
be its degrcdation 10 a subs diary currency.
The law submitted by the committee is
based upon the Idea of establishing a gold cur
rency. Hence its first section provides a le
gal tender virtually of gold only. Its second
section provides fur silver to the amount of ten
dollars. This, siy some, is too large. It Is
the limit which England and the United
States makes ; therefore it may not be unwise
for us to eopy their limit."
Mr. Isenberg: "How much loss would there
be in turning thii silver into gold."
Mr. Smith : ''About ti per cent, perhaps
a little less."
Mr. F. Drown: "October 1st docs not give
time enough, I move as an amendment Jan
uary rst., 1S85."
Mr. Ilishon : "This is the most important
measure yet brought before rhe house. We
ought to be iiitisul aiul careful in considera
tion. It will bi time well spent if we come
toa sound measure. It is a Question which I
discuss with great diffidence, It is a s cry puzzling
and difficult measure. I will second the
motion for January 1st., 1885."
Mr. Dole : I think January 1st. too late.
This law going into effect will relieve matters,
especially exchange. If so, ve should have
the benefit at an early date. I move it be
December lit., 18S4."
Mr. W. O. Smith : ' I move that the word
'ten' read 'five'. It has been said with a great
deal ol force that it will be a great hardship
on the retail dealers, and most of whose tran
sactions arc under $to. If they intend to
hive United States gold coin as a standard, I
do not svish any half measures. The $5 piece
would not cost any more."
Mr. Wilder : " It is true it would not cost
any more, but how are we going to pay for it.
The country has or will have $1,003,000 silver
coin, which with alive dollar limit, will be
too much. Mexican coins can be placed for
gold al 12 to X2)-', per cent, and Hawaiian
coins at 15 tier cent. I consider it wrong to
have Hawaiian money at all, but now tint it
is here, sse must do the best we can with it.
Had Hawaiian com been brought here to the
amount of the depreciated coin in the king
dom, as was the intention of the framers of
the bill, It would have been very different. To
bring in the amount of .$5 pieces required
still cost the country $7S,ooo more."
Mr. Mott Smith: " In setting the amount
at $10 I went by the experience ofolher na
tions. In the United States the silver limit
is $10. In England, the soundest country in
the woild in the matter of currency, the limit
Mr. Hitchcock : " I support the ten-dollar
movement. The five-dollar bas's would work
a great hardship on the planters whose monthly
payments to individuals range Irom $7 up to
$20. I can show clearly how the $5 piece
would keep In Honolulu and be scarce on ihe
other islands "
Mr. IlUhop : " When the matter was up
last, the difference of opinion In the chamber
of commerce wa between $5 and $to. If the
law siys the bssis Is gold and only $10 should
be legal tender, and business Is done accord,
ing lo the hw, there will not be much use for
silver, It does not matter much whether $5
or $loi the limit, provided that silver is kept
at par with gold. In Great Britain the limit
is $10, but the amount of silver compared to
gold is such that the values are considered
-qual fur small payments. The opinion of
financiers In the United States Is that silver
currency will get that country into trouble
The committee soon after rose and reported
the killowing sections passed ;
.Section 1. From and after the tirst day of
December, 1SS4, the gold coins of the United
States of America shall be the standard and
a legal tender at their nominal value In pay
ment of all debts, public and private, within
Sec 3. The standard silver coins of the
United Slates of America and the silver coins
of the Hawaiian Kingdom sliall be, on and
after the 1st of December, 1884, a legal ten
der, at their nominal value, for any amount,
not exceeding ten dollars in any one pay
ment. Sec. 3. From and after the first day of
December, 1SS1, gold and silver coins, other
nun tne coin 01 tne Uiiucu stales aim ot the
Hawaiian Kingdom, sliall lie rx:ivcd In the
treasury at the rate not exceeding their bullion
value, lor government dues, duties and taxes.
Sec. 4. Whenever II shall appear that there
Is such an excess of silver coin, in circulation
as disturbs the equilibrium between gold and
silver coins, under the provisions of this act,
the minister of ti.uuce, In order to lestore such
equilibrium, shall replace sufficient silver coini
which may be in the treasury, cither as uov-
eininent lealijaticni or on depo.it, on account
ui any sows vci'iqcaica wait igoiu coins will)
the United Stales. In the, same nianucr as
hereinafter provided la sections 5, 6 and 7 of
See.5. Upon the approval of the act 'he
minister 01 nmnce witrtout delay snail give
notice by public advertisement that for sis
dass, immediately following each notice, silver
poms cf all denjtmnatio.ii, excepting silver
coins ol the Hiwjilau Islands and ol the
United states, will be received al the treasury
at their nominal value in exebanue for Hawa
iian coins at their nominal vahei and thi
minister of nuance without delay shall strange
through, advcitiieiqt.it lor lendcri, or othei
win, Tot the alf of all the, silver culn which
art or raty be in the treasury no, excepting
HtwaiiM silver coitu in lots of not more ttun
t i,ti flrli, ,n I t- delivery ifihi'ir- r'
olihe il ilsai'l -ul.er intinixh- tin.
'try lo ant ' ,f tl, I'mir t ttalo
Third fr-admn of 1 lull lo nlr.llsli i'ii Intel
media if ( url i,n ihe Mind of Itohu
Order ol the day
Hensn-I tiding of a Irdl lo provide mall
communication Ix-tween Hawaii and Han
Mr, Kalue 1 " I move It lie- Indrfmllelypmi
potted, I am opposed to it for the Intrimu
of Ihf cranny.
Mr. Aholo 1 "'Ihe cmintry rrcdves greit
lismfil by the large number of rhtlori who
enme by thla new line. Tlie stemnets are
srty punctual whirli h a great aeeomidaiirm,
I have nor ft hi-ard any coinpldlnls of ex
Mr. W. O. Smith 1 " I hope Ihe bill will
be ctmtldtreri on Its merits, 'Hie Mariprm
and Alameda are very fine boats and tun
reguUrlly twice a month. Several yoirt ago
we had the old Kiliinc-t, which received a
wlrsldy. We nw now Ih" KImii with far
auprlor acrrinitnwUiiiiin, but it does not
lerMve any suMdy. 'Ihal llhislralloti will
guide 111 In this matter of Ihr Oreanlc Means
ship Co, There Is not Ihe allghlett assiir
ancc that (hey will keep running lliese two
nne noun, utueyare going to run the next
two year bt-mniithly I will auprxut the sub
aldv. I am verv aorrv to lorrte the aaillmr set.
flu, they brought In a giHl deal of money
and give work ro many. 1 would not like to
e the Oceanic '''.'., bulls taken nlf. I
hope no one will vote as a mailer of friend
ship, we are heri- as legislators to tnss Ihls
bill or refute ll. Twoyeurs ngoour treasury
was in gooil ctmilltloii, "suite then our credil
has got hurt abroad, and it got (o such a paw
thai our bonds could not be sold. Illegal
coinage was one way they tried lo raise
money, n mete sicaineri are ilrawn oil, we
had belter submit to a little Inconvenince
rather than increased taxation, We must look
out for our home needs first, and luxuries
after. Here wc nre to kiss a bill to give a
slc.imxhip Co., $yS,ooo, while for our tick we
hi 1 an Item in the appropriation bill II we can
find money. Wc have len elected by the
people to tee justice done, and ft is injustice
In give an amount like this when we hsven't
mousy for our necessaries. All we know
about the ministers views it what was said this
morning; that they hail given notice of a loan.
Mr. Sprcckcls Is right when he told us our
country was too cxlravagenl, and we don't
look out for the cents. I would render good
service lo Mr, Sprcckcls but this sum Is an
Injustice lo the people Wc don't know where
the money is coming from. I am in favor of
tlie lull being Imlcliiiilely postponed.
Mr Dole I " This bill rtids to promote
mall communication. Any one reading lhal
would think sve were without mail communi
cation and a desperate effort is bring made lo
get it. Al the present time wc have got good
nun communication, i tniiiK Hie bill ought to
be put in among the list of annuities, fur
widows of faithful officials, and aged pound
keepers. Here Is a powerful company build
ing up a business which is Increislng every
day. If this bill passes it will li j an act of
robbery. Our constituenls will curse us for it.
The Oceanic Co., has mule itself hostile lo
the old company. If this Oceanic Co., had
meant business inn fair way it would not haseput
on two steamers, but would have run one bi
monthly with the Pacific .Mall Co. It it some
thing like Ihc spirit of the dog in Ihc manger
and this act shows il. The whole thing is
unwise and unslatcsmanlike. We cannot
afford this sum. This new company has used
lis influence lo injure the old compmy, and
with success. Is that the kind of line we
cm support ? I should like to give them
equal privileges. I should be sorry lo see our
connection with the Colonies cut off. This
new company gets $38,000 a year in privi
leges, isn't that enough? For our small
population that is an adequate subsidy. This
kind of legislation is reckless, short sighted,
and Improper. I am opposed to the whole
bill, every line of it. It contains no con
ditions or stipulations as to freight, passigc,
etc. No one would ever think of drawing out
such a worthless one-sided document as this.
It will be a disgrace if passed. The losses
to this city are considerable by the withdraw el
of a number of sailing vessels. The little Ha
waiian flag has very little history, no battles in
its folds. I don't like lo sec the llag dragged
into the dirt by a steamship company. I
would not refer to these things if they were
not to the point. This subsidy must be paid,
and hospitals, schools and waterworks must
go a begging. I support the motion for in
dilinitc postponment. I do not believe imy
representative can vote for il, ond ro nnil lojk
his constituents 1 1 the face."
Mr. F. Urown : " I am in favor of this bill
if ihe country has rights as well as thr com
pany. A year ogo only 00 bunches of ban
anas weie shipped from the district ofEwa,
now there are about 2000 bunches, and they
all arrive in fine order owing to the increased
facilities I think $72,000 U really too much,
but ive csn try it for a couple of years. "
Ayes and noes were then on the motion to
indefinitely postpone the bill.
Ayes llisbop, Dotninb, Kalua, F. Brown,
Kanealii, Smith, Nawjhi, Hitchcock, Kau
wili, Pilipo, G. Ilrown, Dole. Total Ij.
Xoes Gibson, Gulick, Kapena, Neumann,
Wilder, Isenberc, Kuhclani, liush. Smith.
Judd, Widcinann, Kaae, KanoaWalkcr, Mar,
tin, Maclarlane, Kaulukoti, Kcau, Lihkalam,
Itakcr, Amara, Kaulia, Aholo, Kamakele,
Kichardson, Gardner, Xahinu, Kauaaiuano,
Palohau, Kupihca, N'akaleka, Total 11.
The bill passes! to engrossment and will be
reail a third time on luestlay.
rrtltlAV'S SESSION. rilTV-THIRD DAY.
Governor Domlnis reported His Maicstt
had approved and signed the following bills :
endowment ol a chair ol chemistry and na
tional science in Oahu College j to amend sec
tion 562, Penal Code ; erection of buildings
other than fire proof, granting a franchise to
Honolulu Gas Company ; to amend "section
7S2, Civil Code, relating to elections ; amend
ing sections 1442 and 1445, Civil Code, rela
ting to charters of incorporation ; holding of
an additional term of the Third Judicial Cir
cuit Court : to amend section 12. Penal Code.
relating to libel ; also resolutions authorizing
ine minister 01 unance to pay over a sum 01
over $7,000 10 the Queen's Hospital, and the
re-issuing of bonds to Ii. Jones of Lahaina.
Mr. Kaulukou offered a resolution for the
preservation of the archives of the kingdom.
Hills read first time.
Hy Mr. C. Ilrown, to amend section 56,
Civil Code, relating to licenses. Passed to
i'y Mr. Aholo, relating to correspondence
from the foreign office. Passed to second read
ing. Order of the day.
Unfinished business, consideration of the bill
to regulate currency in committee of the whole,
Mr. Kaulukou In the chair.
Mr. Ulshon : "The committee is pretty
nearly agreed on most of the points, and I
move the committee rise and ask to refer the
bill toa committee to have the amendments
placed In proper shape."
Mr. Hitchcock : ' I offer an amendment to
section 6." Carries).
After some further discussion the following
sections were passed and the bill passed tn
engrosmcnt : Section 5. The minister of fi
nance shsll require of those persons whose
tenders being accepted shall desire to remove
the silver com bid for by ihem from the trea
sury, prior lo the delivery of the gold therefor,
a deposit in the treasury of the Hawaiian gov
ernment bonds of like amount as to the nutni
nal value of the silver delivered to them, and
the said bonds shall be help as security for the
delivery of the piocceds of the sale of the silver
coins 10 the treasury In gold coin of ihe United
Slates within 30 days, and upon such delivery
the bonds on deposit shall be returned.
Selon y. The expense, cost and Ic. in
cident to the conversion of silver coins Into the
gold co ns of the United States shall be borne
by the treasury, and the. minister of finance Is
hereby authorized and required 10 provide for
the lime, Irom any monies not otherwise ap
propriated or which may hereafter be appro
priated, and he shall render an accurate state
ment of such expenditure tu his report to the
legislatlv e assembly
Section S. On and after the first day of
ucccinocr, 1054, an outstanding silver ceiliti
eatcs on presentation at the treasury, and on
demand sSall be redeemed at their nominal
value In IJniied States gold ooin, stud silver,
certificates so rojeeined shall be cancelled by
the registrar of public accounts.
Wticno, Til? minister of rhinc rniy a.t.
his discretion receive United Statu gold coin
on depos t (a any amwni less, than, fifty dol
lars and ihill itvie therefor ceitlrjcatil of de
posit c( such dcninjlrmioni i ha slvtU sjeern
to be lor the public intciosl, payable 10 bearer
on demand without inierest. The said o-fiin.
cate shall be sisned by ttu minister of finance
and countersigned by the registrar of public
accounts, and the money v itcjised In ex
chance far certificates thill be held as a sneeial
deposit to be used only far ihe cancellation of
the same, ini section 479 of the Civil Code,
i amended by chapter 41, of the Laws of
W74, is rjiitoy (CJXJ1C4,
j; f s si-ii I-siss
I wi r-ir a 'it.
rnin-iif, lrt.y ri-fsl -i anl 'hii
r $1 ot
fliiri Iiws uf l7b. Ix-ino tin ( ! iron'ml
rh" mrroflfy, U rHiv rri-alH, rhls rrpf il
tn llkr rHrrt ( !h lilt! 'liy of jr-r-tlli-l,
sertlnn tl. This i-t shall lake efferl from
and ifter th dale of in approval
t onstdrtauon of th aipropriatlon bill on
enmmllle of tin. whole.
Mr. Kalua i " Hat thr mlnhtrr of tin in
If rkir fillnl In Ih llenw for eonahlf ritfon "
Mlfristsr Uultek 1 " I am rjult rtnsly, lb
first liens Is rimd ilanttt which I aslr for
Mr, Wilder s " I cannot vole fur thai Unlll
an litm for bridges and rondt f put In. We
ought lo know what Ihe IkkIjpi amownlt to,
ami wlnl Ihe revenues will be for Ihe nest two
years. The estimated receipt lacks $$o,(m
yean, 1 ne csxiniaieu receipta lacKi 50,110
of th eallinalot eswmllluret. If proittlea
werenMesttad a J rwr rent, lew thsn fast year,
il would be all llHry were worth. Plantations
Hry were worth. Plantations
thru Irtd Iimi gelling $11,0 a Ion for their
sugar "mid afford to be astevnl 11 tinrj.oryi
ntil It is not so ,10-iiay. It assestl at sjjo,.
rx It It all they were worth. 1 hire ho
confidence in Ihe present mlnlttry wr never
had. Pour yetra ago thit country had eiMiueli
money to my all lit obtlttalkint. To-ilav we
are l,ro.ryliideU. Two years from to-
ilsy ll will be $i,o,or, Il it hear wtnl
we hive lo vote for. I would like my friend
the minister of interior lo ulve 1 witiarc honest
statement of what lie vsanta and I will iiii
anvlhlng tint Is reasonable."
.-sunnier l.tillclc 1 " I beg In oiler Ihe fol
lowing list of lleruti"
Uoad damages. ,$ 6o,rx)
Hold tax lo Ii ripendtil no,oori
Irnirovementt Oahu prison co.rrxi
Purchase of HoiKdulu Hale and Iahl
N'cw Government Ilulldlngt and re
Encouragement of rallroadt. ..,,.. ., J5o,ri
Improving, and estentlon of Water
Roadt and brldect lat.un
Steam lug itnd launch and dredging
After a liltb- furlher discussion rind ilamacea
was piss.-il at $.jo,cy. Road lax $110,001
was passeil without anydclMte.
iinprosemcnu uahu prlton was referred to
a tpeciil comniillce.
Purchase of Honolulu Hale. etc.. $10,000.
icw iiovcrnment buildlnr't wat also referred
to special committer as follows Messrs. W,
O. Smith, S. G. Wilder, Minister Gulick and
XATUkHAVS) JKMION. FIHV 10URTII IIAV.
The' follow Ini! resolution and bills were pre
Ily Mr. Aholo. that the date for the presen
tation of bills etc., lie extended until July 17th.
Hy Mr. Kcau. that the xatarrofthc interpre
ter and secretary lie I net caved from $10 to
$12.50 per day, indefinitely postponed.
Ily Mr. Dole, to amend nectlon 1131 and
1280 of the Civil Code relallni! lowlinesses
and juries in civil cases.
liy Minister Kapena, to indemnify the minis
ter of finance, to authorize a national loan, for
the payment of salaries and expenses (lending
the finil passage of (he bill.
lulls read hrst time.
Uy Mr. Ilishop, relating to the remission of
fees In ihe gos-crnmcrit schools. Passed to
Ily .Mr. . U. Smith, relating to the recov
ery of personal ptonciiv stolen. Passed to
In answer lo a resolution asking Ihc minis
ters' policy, Minister Gibson said the views of
the ministers ought lo lis given before going on
any furlher with the appropriation bill. Wc
propose to recommend to thi; assembly to
amend the loan act.
Mr. Aholo read first time a bill to incoijwr
atc the Hawaiian Endowment Association.
The object of the bill is to csliblish lotteries.
The following are the directors : Doctor Trous
seau, Messrs. J. M. Davidson and John Cum
mins, of Honolulu, Charles Williams, New
Vork, and J. S. Robertson, San Frandsco.
The capital is placed at $2,ooo,o,xi.
Mr. Dole: "I want ibis bill to be rejected. I
do not know who is the father of the bill, nor
do I want to. I thought at first it was intro
duced by the members to raise money for their
appropriations. If we goon as we have been
for the past two yeirs, wc may come to this.
Wc arc not here lo legalize gambling. Hy and
bye, we Shall have to legalize some of their dis
h.nen measures. Let us strangle this thine
befoje it is lorn."
Mr. Aholo: "As introducer of the bill I
hope it will take its usual course and be con
sidered section by section."
Ayes and noes were then taken on rejecting
ihe bill as follows. Noes Gibson, Gulick,
Kapena, Neumann, Domiuis, Kuihelani, Hush,
Kaae, Kanoa, lwulukou, Kcau, Lilikalani,
Hakcr, F. Ilrown, Amala, Kaulia, Aholo,
Kamakele, Gardner, Nahinu, Kaunamano,
Palohau, Kupihei, Nakalcka. Total 24.
Ayes Bishop, Wilder, Isenberg, Dowsett,
Motl Smith, Judd, Widemann, Walker, Mac
farlane, Kalua. Kanealii, W. O. Smith, Na-
wahi, Hitchcock, Kauwila, kauhane, Pilipo,
G. lirown. Dole. Total 20.
The bill then passed its second reading.
Monday's session. fifty-fifth day.
A petition was presented by Mr. Kamakele
praying that prisoners work in the district
wherein they are convicted.
The minister of foreign affairs made a state
ment of the governments policy, satim; that
the country's ordinary needs could be met by
ordinary revenue ; but money would have to
ui; uuiiuwcu iu mcci tuc reouircinems 01 im
migration, water works, road tmpros cnicnls and
Mr. W O. Smith read for first time bill re
lating to national loan.
Bill to monopolize gambling, under title of
Hawaiian r.ndowmen; Company, made special
order for Thursday, Dole, Smith and Ilishop
Mr. Kaunamano read for the first time a bill
to subject the importation of opium to duly,
and tn prevent the smuggling of the drug.
The license to be paid by one Chun Lung for
said privileges to be fixed at $15,000 a year.
Hill withdrawn, one similar having been de
feated in early part of session.
The minister of finance read for the first
time a bill to provide for the payment of
salaries penuing ine passage 01 the appropria
tion bill of 1SS4 6. Read a second time by
After considerable debate the president's
decision that the bill could not pass till de
bated in committee of the whole wis sustained
by vote of the house.
The order of the day was consideration of
the appropriation bill in committee of the
The $200,000 for Honolulu Water Works
was referred 10 a special committee.
The $100,000 for roads and bridges was re
ferred to public land's committee.
The $400,000 for encouragement of immi
gration caused some debate ; Mr. Richardson
moved to make the amount read $10,000,
Mr. Dole that it l $250,000.
Mr. Gibson said according to correspondence
between this country and Japan, they have as.
suianee lhat ihe Japanese government would
furnish, should this country to desire it,
people to the extent of 10,000 during Ihe next
twos-ears. The minimum of cost is S?c a
head. It Is expected those carrying on Indus
trial enterprises will share the expenses with
the government. Therefore, should it be
deem?) desirable to nrosecuta the er.U-rnrise.
Japin Is willing to furnish the people, it is a
-;:ctm iceiuig 01 irienusnip to ies ner ueopie
Mr. Wilder asked what contract the govern
ment had entered Into with Japan, and also
with Portuguese immigrants. ,
Minister Gulick said the two enzaremenli
already entered into respecting Portuguese
immigration srere Sirwdy rnut for. The cost
was to be S7C.000 each shipment. In the
Japanese nutter, Consul Irwin took a IctU-r of
credit icr $40,000. II j was instructed o strut
cooadjlts. The miller, thouah, was left 10
his own judgment, as this government had
every confidence in him. It will be seen thit
we require $100,000 for lapanese imnrgrv
tlon. leaving $100,000 fqr (11taguac.
Mr. Hitchcock, v)i, VI s;t ql the planless In
the Ijila district srere ilttpoied to tend iheir
Portuguese libarert hick, aol thro Ibero, on
the hsj.ntsj of the bureau of immigration, on ac
count of ihe great difference in tlie. sn,n',riaj
frqir, Yh.it they gl to. e uvoreil (lie
Japanese scheme anj tb-J nutter be lefeiicd
to a select committee, and the ructUJent nl the
boaid be a member cf thai committee.
Mr. Uole thought Honolulu was the place
io raike au contracts svnn regard 10 Immigra
it ti no,,ab,0,ul- " '. flT0'. of lh
N-r'I'jfl to, ( hs
tSVi ' . mrf ir, a t
u. w?i ! ii i. . i '""'"""' I aau zi irui 1,000 IXI tSMtantUtrd Jor ex-
Mr. iUm M he was not In favor of Urge tending ths wbatf at LalJuaad fumTshiog a
approprutions fur iinniiKrition foi he nt betlef iiahl, Ui. on the tilde to be coo
Wit '', I K,ia ftV0f of C1UJ,I'i UJ with the appropution bilL
lent. UesvouU rote foi $lCACt and no r. Ptllpq htrcsiacota resoUi ion thai he
more. The pUnteii he thought d4 not wantmlru.lei of the fntcrt nrfnt an iteruhwd
any mm Kirtugiiese Iqjmigrjnts. slatcintnt of the auvwst a road memy no iu
Mr. jKobi would like tn know oa what I the treasury (fiy.iyjis how k ttaU U
n 1 tser rrpi,
I ,. ,.. 1 , nli ..i.
I Wuh the
1 1 r isj"-t
Bill to lr- pll-l
Mi.ii'l'r Imllik Mid, Mr Irwin Inimc I irn!
In or.llrMft lieW wurk, the Jsiq,i-- svomrn
nr" equal 10 lh mm, Thi- n.n me tn rfrelve
iH monih ami find ih-msstvi-s, lull par
llrulart wld Ik- f iirnl on yum 6 of Ihe ri-port.
The mi''-r nt Immigration is rnlrpfi,
lis He of making erm'ltrt tn deliver an
itstmy hl, like to many cattle, It Imprvilea
11. end that attic nf carrying 011 Immltrtilon
Is not reenMlMil, and wilt rM he rmigni)
by any drmtail nation of trie world, flu m
wn of any people irarelinc on vt-l are
pall Mtr they Jo on iioar.l iht reaaehi.
Mr. Jintt trnitn M, thay had eaprimmrtcM
on Immigration mailers at far at ihe rouMrf
nuib! alii?!, rl ft ttwt lime to use economy,
and (jo slowly and crfm'iillf for lfc iwtt two
years. He did not mm 10 tet ny more Pur-
tvencM landed here during the nrir two yea it.
All ihey has) tn do Ihm, was to cmtHer the
mailer of Itnonnj- lmmwrsil,,n. n,l h it,l
j tiipporl the motion for irt,wjo.
Mr, IHtrVni said, lie did nut think that dur
,,g the twit ivro years there would l any en
terpriw atartetl that would require an inrreat
of lalior, atfl nrvler the drrumslanew Ihey
rmitt look ri for Ihe cheapest labor ilnry ran
get. Japanese immltjrathm al $55 a head It
to-tdcar. lie was In favor of appropriating
im,tfx f'ir Immfgrariun j.unoae.
I'rtaMent KH'les itMl he had in tlmrn pasl
favureil Imlian Immigration, as lie oontidered
It would hare lieen lait for the country, UHh
for field labor ami fn dmnealic work. Had
Indians been hroueht li'ie. a Hood manr of the
planter! would now Ik In .1 very d I He rent posi
tion, lie wat very much afraid lhal durinc
the next two yratt many of the planters woumi
go lo the wall, nol on account of tabor, bat
owlns; to a combination of drcstmstancM oftr
hl-h they bare no control. Waeea are no
low In Europe I hry cannot ornpetc with them
in the manufacture of sugir, and tliey conse-iU-iitly
will, eventually, hare lo stop planting
if ihe German planters can plica sugar In the
American market at a loer price.
Mr. Gilmm Mid In regsrd lo I'm Imlian
immigration, there was no definite proposition
to lay before the house. He fully appreciated
ihc deep interest taken on the subject of Immi
gration, and he would I glad 10 ihow th
cummilice all Ihc wrreapondencc on the sub
ject of Eatt Indian Immigration, and have the
whole mailer placed Iietore the house.
The motion lo refer to a select committee
The Item lo appropriate $l$o,ax for dredg
ing Honolulu liailr: to purchase a steam
tug to take Ihe place of the Pcle (which is 27
years old), and to Iralld a steam launch, was
reduced at follow sr
Tug, with fire engine apparatus . . . , 50,000
The president, on resuming his chair, ap
pointed the following aelctt committee : On
waterworks, .sir. Hole, .Minister t.ulick, Dr. J,
M< Smilh. Mr. Howell, and Mr. Kaiihane.
On Immigration, Messrs. 1 litchcock, Wilder,
Kicliardson, W. U. bmilh and Minister G ilick.
turspav's session i-irrV-siXTit uk
The goscrnmcnl national bank bill wat dis
tributed. Minister Gibson presented a report, relating
In the Hawaiian Consul at San Francisco.
His income from Ihc business there oinourileil
to $11,500 for the pabi-ennial period, not
including feet, comrnWiions and other busi
ns. Recommended that he be piid a salary
of $5,000 per annum and the incidental ex
penses of hit office. I.aid on (able lo be con
sidered wilh appropriatwn bill.
Kcport of Mr. Meyer, agent of lard of
health on Molokal, ordered printed.
Minister Gibson also presented a report in
answer to a rrziolution whether government
physicians had len recently instructed where
to obtain their drugs, Tlie reiiort tass, lhat
the government physicians were notified by
circular to get their drugs from Hollistcr&Co.,
but a later one told Ihem to get them through
the secretary of the lird of health.
I(,e also presented the printed Instructions of
the board of health, relating to government
physicians, in answer to a resolution. Mr.
Wilder did not consider the statement suffi
ciently full with regard to Hawaiians. Mr.
Gibson said he hail recently tisurd some new
instructions, which he would be glad to reftr to
Ihe tan lary committee. They were more ex
plicil. Mr. Kalua desired that it be stated in
th instructions Jlut laborers receiving less
than $20 a nio.'.th shall receive gratuitous med
ical attendance, and he moved that the instruc
tions be published in the native papers.
A bill to present bill sticking- without con
sent of owners of premises was referred to
The Attorney -General gave notice of his
intention to introduce a bill to amend section
4, dupter 36, Penal Code, relating to common
Mr. Dole gave notice of his intention to in
troduce a bill to amend the audit act. Also,
a bill to provide for the use of artesian water
in the city of Honolulu. Also, of a bill relat
ing to Sunday observance. Also a bill to pre
vent the use of explosive fireworks. Referred
to commerce committee.
Mr. Kaulukou gave notice of a bill lo amend
to amend the act relating tp libel.
Mr. llakcr gave notice of a bill to repeal
chapter 13 of ths Session Laws of 1S7S, relat
ing to gas. Bill reid first time and passed to
Mr. Kaunamano gave notice of a bill relating
to opium, liquor and water works in Honolulu.
Air. Widemann introduced are-solution ask
ing if the minister considered road repairs an
extraordinary measure. Carried.
The order of the day was:
Third reading of a bill to regulate the cur
Third reading of a bill to promote mail com
munication between the United States and the
Mr. Dole mosed the bill lie indefinitely
Messrs. Dole, Dishop and W. O. Smith ar
gued against the subsidy bill. Messrs, Kaulu
kou anil Aholo spoke for it.
The motion to indefinitely postpone was lost
by the following sole 1 ,-sj
Ayes Uishop, Kaae, Cecil Urown, Kalia?
Kanealii, W. O. Smith, Nawahi, Hitchcock;
Kauwila, Kauhane, Pilipo, Godfrey ilrown,
Dole, Rowell, 14.
Xoes Gibon, Gulick, Kapena, Neumann,
Parker, Wilder, Kuihelaoi, Hush, J. Mott
f. tith, Judd, Kanoa. Walker, Martin, Mac
farlane, Kaulukou, Lilikalani, Italcr, Frank
Urown, Amira, Kaulia, Aholo, Richardson,
KamaleUv Nahinu, Kaunamano, Palohau,
Kujjihca, 'akaleka, 28.
The motion lo reduce the subsidy from
$1,500 to $1,000 ws lost on the following
Aia Dishop, J. Mott Smith. Kaae. Amara,
Cecil Ilrown, Kalua, W. G, Smith, Jt'awahi,
Hitchcock. Kauwila. Kauhane. Pil-uo. Grxt-
frey Ilrown. Dle, Ruwell, 15.
:soes uihijn.tUulicK, kapena, Neumann,
Parker, Wilder, Kuihe.anl, Hash, Judd, Kaae,
Kanoa, Walker, Martin, Macfarlane, Kaulu
kou. Uiker. Frank Ilrown. Kaulia. Aholo.
I Richirdson, KanuVele, Nahinu, Kaunamano,
M.ll.... L-....II. X-., .,., j
ivu4u, rvufiiiea, ..sai-airKa, 27.
Mr. Dile lead for the first time an amend,
nient to article 6r of the-Constitution relating
to representatives. Passed to second reading.
Also read a bill to amend sections i3. to and
,4'J, chapter 43, of the Laws of iSJU, relating
10 10c tuiiet-uon ui taxes, un suspension m
the rules, the bill was read a second time by
the title. Also 4 bill lor the cultivation of
ramie and oiher hVr producing plants, and
Ihe cleansing and manufacturing of tores.
Read a second llnie by its title, and referred
to comaiitlec on com:nercc.
Mr. Kaulukou. read for the first time a bill
to amend sectiui 32 of ihe Penal Code, relat
ing to libels, by adding two new sections to be
numbered 14 and 15. Judiciary committee.
Mr. Palohau read fur the fust time a (ill m
amend sc.tiou 4, (haprcr fa, of the Penal
Code, rslatlnc to x?r.vtliq.i of leoerx. Uead
a secwid thru by litfe, aiul rehired to tan:-
Mi. Kaunamano, gave notice U a bill to
amend chapter 21 of the Session Laws sf iSiU
(tilting to the hoard of gKieabgj.
The bill relating to the Ua.wj.iun Endow,
menl At)cliin VS nVen fro tba tsUt
awl icfctied la urmllus committee. Carried.
Alio, that $$30 fee appropriated for citcading
the whAif at Kavtiiiwili, Kanai. Laid on ihe
tlUa to be coruidereil with the appropriation
Ml. Kalua moved lhat $3,ceo he tvpptopri.
h rwrts cf Lihaina,-Miui, sM Pukoo, McJo-
!!. r, and ssheiher 'he cortmnvfil ntendi lo
P nd ni'm'y It" rad in 'he district where
i 'olptirl I arrkd
Mr Niwahl lrwwed report from the
(Mwlal iiimmttlrf mi a Irtll lor ihe tnnmttct
! mn' and crmsrrirrtl.m nf rsllfttds In tlw rtts
,liktrf Ijllo ami llsmskitt, Hawaii, lhat a
ni-w bill had been ilrawn oof, ami Ihe eom
I miliw rrnnnrftand Ms riaa?gr. Read, an
; passed In Mt Mrrmd left'llnt;.
Ml. Arwlo rrwvnl that Jjirj t pnr4mt!i
fur repairing wharf t Olowahr, Mia).
'Mr. KansraMI moved that il attorney
genaral bt rerraeatal to pros-Me two sfreet
tempi for WaiVe, Maal, and two Ifghtf fr
i(h nnil of Kahnlal, Matrf. Carrtotl.
Mr. WIMet, from ssrttuiy rsmtrifliee,
repsHievI on a Mil lo amend Heetton 4, Chap,
ler tfj, nflrVe Penal Cwle, rebttlng to IsyprBty j
that ihelrlll h Ih same as lire esWIng lair,
and lloty irenmmsYnd ll lo lt lW mi the laWe.
TI rmtft of the day sraa annftsftratOm of
lh api-iraisf'!"" MH. Tlie foltostliht hems
ere jiasaed 1
Kastw of Rffrsl MaMSinn ( (m
r,'lr t,t muI,Ij MuMum ti
EsiMsMii(KayaMaawi4nMi .... rm
Mrk taV4 MW1UU tZ,
Slll lc. si IIhV, ZZZ
CiMom IIosk id rs lllta. u
Kstolft MM Pwaai n IV AlHotsM llsl..... C,
yM mne sad tiet-afi i Koolaiilai .... 14m
Uaanvliaam, Itowts Iwma i.b
IrtAwpti UtcaliM ',,
Lel.f)i Klfihsls..., .
I!tnlft t Caan-tsniMt, VVsIsh .,,....... (m
Uimin m l.ft huttr, Swlb fsafcala ijm
OIBes tad IS fr nmmt T Kauai ua
Cuattilsiiw, T l.lahih., Iltrwr t PrrfM ,
Ktm tn4 rasMDt t(ast nt Mgadwasst, !,
R(M'rs nl slimSK nt Imh AayraiH ...... ifr
MslmfSrK nf Insaos AsyNim..,. aa.oiw
IhurnMin tAM' 1st iJmso4 snimsk. . utn
itwr A AHIsImI llsla (i frrs n iIm t
mini ..,, .... ... yv,
Ib.'ii.i'i.i , Jaly, 19, iM)
I houfh ir4 hs ertncnl i imfmnmtm d toss
plafass U bwsfnsst HMimxUm rrrt( sh tm ssrrjr ls,
ilistd Imtm bam Imp-tsM nsnis lmtrt 4ilellsi
, vliict, will ihi4 Isijtljt to stlsr ids htthit afan
m si jiI dlssMftiMilan Mi in th commutty, S prin
cipal At of alikh kids ass2t nt lha l-l MH d its
lromint s law I'nrmUr 1 mii, 'IMs sW (, tlw
.liainiMm thai ifimttnM ik vmniy turn ih ttnidtn
indai ftf lfswsiisctii(.t th eonvtrutfti ink tMt
nt ochsacs. Amxfitr Item ruvinj aa lfHKrtsst
bearing vymtht willVrs uf tht island's, til : I St Ms
llwwt l!nlelii Art, hkli hat Un (.rtstnltfl aikf
mA' pbKc, tA hkli proves r st fnS7i7Ut as ifvp
rtrsl, hat fcn dsUimd by him Ii tct iiuttcxi
l( was iu.pred t Le, and iM'tm mtttt ll Ui
bt'il frn l ItLs lis jJae tl l prtwnl'd lo-tUj
Aod slilt anrlhr sifaw ihsl lnds Kojh nt om&mz
dawn It the rt prfted sslfslictory lrmt p9ff hUh Mir
itiirftrt and anrilhaTacanlritti'l iht evmfni tatxr
cfd la 'Jr. SprtclMlt, hthsvingmtt ihsif dtnsn.lt and
clua:l the Larfa from ditn, si received tit
tome time pail, Iu Manila, and placed no reslrktivis
A f mitt enrryxsllrrfit have dctlared ilitW.rv),
tl.ll .,t.. rl . V. O. 11.11 A ian. limtil. t., .
--' ----.- .,.. , . ,
slisr, uiA lh Clovs Itaodl fitnudm, it am, its tilth ,
'iivWsiid -j. yt per shire j
1W;fli( ataliett Uie ism Ur, Itvslt ihsi t. ihe '
kiilliursllshadspartsrtsUinfia hlliHl Ths Car
of Part ss'ihac jtsiffdajr iv4s a Utile V ot ui mi I
isnilries, tn route lo li, !tifc ihe sluitm lf
Hsn 1'randieo teclc a IreUhl lirf vskisd si ItqtM-
Tt arrivals tttitn lh cost! tsiU ut the V. C M ttr
rsjr, Zatilis, andComueh). OnTseoJaf mil lU
AUmls will U due, whh tun lolhe ijih Inttsas,
Merchant Vctirls lion la Pert.
I). C Mssfsv, Utrrjr
CoNtecui, Ccrtitiftt . .
O.AW Gssfir, SV'ilwn
ArotLto, Ilrin. . ..
Wm, 0. Ikwiv, Turner
Klikitat, Cniif. ., .. ..
. An Linn
Verroa I'isahi, PifamUi..
.Italian tors em
Veatets Expected from Forelzn Ports.
I.i vrKri, Ilril tA Vaua loirara
Dus SepS 1543.
UacKtK, lfs Ik C R Ifisiiar Waken
Iu August i-i5. illiAIM & Cb, AjeMt.
Peer Uukemt, Ara t2tiCocaTsrr Kou....lli:irr
Svunav, llnttt AvtTastis Cht
j Au;. s, tfuVrekl Ox, Azents.
Ji'trwcasTte, ?i SW,AmthipEL fJoasbO
Sxa I axscitco. Am t s Cirr or SrLxrr. DeaiUra
uuAaz.ii. ntcxieMei., Aztots.
bivx,r ., oru c urifXLlA,....
to SS.1 funs I. T. If. ls,l ft (!a . AvmIl
JcniT, Am. bir. Haiasr ,. ., Timer
jm k.i w.u iw n. r l-VJAr, ECTkt.
" ,MltlKU,AiaU. 3. rt LAM SXA. -,... S1 OTIC
Das JuSr ii. Una 4 Oj. .ztniw.
lldscirrwc. Am tie l-'ErLQH Clruow
ine auzum i. t i;rwer jk sj., Agealx.
Bostom, Ara bit MAHrHA Ilsrit tonjn
saiico June ijj. t uresrer a to Aemt.
Nw Yosx, Uerbk'liivUA ThornboSn
!ilej Jiuat. Cauls A: Co4e. Azenlk
Sam FaAMClso, Am bVln DioVsar rerruasn
ine Aug. I llackleld & Co., A;etts.
San Kxancisvu. AmhkCAlBAaia.,.....HohLanl
Duejk)x7 H.clfeU t to.. Azents.
i Kilaoej, Itou, stni. Scare, trcsa Kshuliij .
I l.eksulualii, h, fnrfii flaaslci.
j srsixn, sen, irom rjukAa ...
I I enme, ch, from NswDinll ,
j lJ. C Muitsv, Aa Mr, Berry, r"nn Ssn'Krsn.
1 Kinau, slru, Kmz, Iron Hawaii a&4 Msai...,
' IwaUni.itm, Cameron, irva ICsasj ,
; C R. lluliop. sun. Dirts, from IIsasIos...
andia. Lot a s VVshiwr, l,on San Krsucuo)
Ks MoL ach. Irom la?hjebne.........
PUntcr. Sim, Dsles, ttrjtn ICsu and way pirta, .
Consuela, Am bslne. Conies, fioni bsa Krsn.
Iss Mskee, Km, Krtcmsj), from lUiui
tfllsskaU, ten, from i'epeckeo ...,.
Mary L. Koster, sjl, Irom Ksa . .
S'aecn, Am tern, Ifraodl, for Ssn F.sncuco....
eUssdu, lirit s s Webber, fjr Cobnies.......
slanjokwki, ich, for Kansi
Marion, scb, for llanukus
Kilaoea Hou, aim, Sc-srs, for Kaitilai. ..
KxztUUr, Am urn, fitir, for Part Towrurtkl.
Ihus. urn, Lorenteq. hr MotoVai and Msui
Wa:cutu,Kfa, fur Kolsa..
Mana. sea, for flonoctu ... ...
ataxirma, A 1 1 Ifaywsrd. foe Ssa Krsn
Kuuu, ., Kinz, for Msui and Hawaii .. ..
Planter. m. Hales, for Kau and way porta.
Iwalsm. asm, Cameron, Kauai
enme. scti, for Ksusi
.ikauia&lu, scb, ItsOAlel... ..
Ka Mol, sch. Tor Ijuipaboebo
MtUhseh, for Ifilo
C R. HiJiop, Dash, for Hanukua.
Willud Mudjell, Am bk, SupU, for Viusru
Pwk-ikL scb, for Pons
Cttyri I'ani, IVu a s Uxltcad, forSInzarorc .
Jas Mskee. Mm. Krscaun. for Kami
.ransascb. for ltD.1
Frew San Francuoo, per Consntto, Inly n
McCIny, C lltxUsJu, JO hmi, las
iTot r C Walton.
For Sah FraAciico. rr Mirtruu. July ij .Mojj
Iljeraniwife' A F LutMk, A Olio, If. Ifj-cvui,
lr. and Mrs CrrabAoio, K. A. alcoee.S. WUcv aud
wife. It. J. Acncv, .V Nelier. lliss K. Ucheun, J.
P. Mcnlonci and wife, Mrs k. II. btreuhaiwt rUocb
itr. Miss J. .V, McOryde. Or. Ila.ua. ie and dull.
X S. Ktlton aul wife. W. JlclVj J,, 11 U U lKi,r.
Sir. Ssisrasn, . b, lej. Mis I. U Lsn, U ft.
Teony. K. I. Alleo. JrTTilsMer It. Koih. ilia L.
lloore, . I oroufl, wife oud clr44, J. X (XldinOA,
Dr. I. Ifrodie. Sits. A. Herbert snd m, Uu I
j Herbert, W. Urlrr, K. P, Finaey. F. Craaer, Mm
U svoret, Mrs. K. L. isacuta, 1. U. tjaore. Illi,
J, Browo. a. IjUi, W baiahjC. N. Obsi. Mia, r
1 Canaran and sKisJ, T. Aibbsrztr, F. L Stackrwtc
M. Loist. M. FenrLI. L. I, KsaJ, Caps ll. Mutn,
F. Moss, I. Fenaill, trt l. Pow rt aai j ciudren, I
A. McMiUsa, !. KeUsr.C Andtrvsn. ti Pele7V.
K. Caia&bdi, J. Cimerx, W. C. Kesd, G. Vou-ir, IJ.
K. SJnzlib.A. tfopkauun, J. Ilor. P. Mar-by, O.
F. bsMrknun, !l,icl,AUAZ, I- H, Kur, F. W. W
house, UMi t CbifHie.
V London uJ SL-ifsturt, per Cay ofPsru, IslyiS
Mrs i J lvcy, s chMlM vi aune, Mlsei i. and
L Coney. Mrs WeUer-snl cbUd, Mr Wsbcr, !r.
Herbert and dtuflutr, Apotkahoda boon, wife sad
a tiuVlrcn, Mrs ifiicncr.
FsaSaa Fraacisvu, ntrfen, July is
"far. jit bit isqe, lt cars. Dioerfk vslut is
s w . .vs.i, T,. ;ano
For San SrssitA, t aluiposa, Joly it J.J1
? wsix, ijjo ttrt rwe, itaatuscht baiujus, esotuis
3u beullt cue, la bat. pio. aptJts, It bst bttsl Usvel,
aibss suuerruxs, s Isjrss, i pkaT colo. ta ris sua
iWts, ISuouh sabs llU,)iai ; Fosia taloe),-i3-
rorltwdoa,tCiiylsf Pal'm J-a!y iJ-Vtj bales
wovl, ij ct tunu, it vt asdse. txaak nloe I11.K7
Mr, Cruiin ssIUuppiy Kort Street Charch
to-myiiow; for the tall tirno bvfote kit anneal
vacation. Subject in ihe morning. Some
j Christian Graces KspxbHy Xcedcd in Warm
I Weathet j eveninj subleet, LAturics and
I . .. s.
j "wlORTCACSE'S NOTICE OF SALE.
1 , BrdirttlSH! U ilr, A. I CarlwritU, atiarssr ta
LkI for alary I. tiros o. b asorafr aaad In a
(sriaU Jisiouur iJ IMizazs Cu.i Jtm aJlb, 111 I,
and aho ut tba siiijjo.-jJ sLuges isaieso, ad by
Mary 1, McX.t4tt ind Jokn VUKeacvc, bet bat
band. us !.ilT J. aVown, I aa brrsbv Lmlsd lo
tslli Fubk AswsVa us SAlUKUW.JL'LVsoTII.
M i sso, at oty -'Vaaaf' Ws HoaUatu. AND ALL
tli.VTakrAI.-s FTiCtfiR PAKCCLOF LAND
musts at the mm tl Hotel and Richard stresls, be iac
lbs km prnjt awet ianecU(lr 4stvr.bd la Koval
Fattal .No. ibii. and owniaittz u area U so-iia of
rAlr5fL,,,! -J CEBTAI.S PIECE OR tARCEU
Or LANII t-SMia oa llotal M'tst aJtuwsaid i-s is 1 1
dsfbo4 U Ko)al Pattoi So. is. For torste panicu
t, P. ADAiii, AsoJtsst.
onsas for btalSaaa.
Ot UCsdl b'njsn, Alloeierj O tais,jt.
J aSIOKEBS' 9ALB.
EXTENSIVE IUGK PLAUTAT10N,
M.i-ss C W. MM seal J. M. Jlatferrtt. at
elasvss In ntitTwn a L Aatttf. tl Uttrnkt. K
bstt,0KhStt-Hsrtajlest MIMIvaV dVtHI
t vtifetmt, a. ,,
Th- ttttertu il t. Abi aM tflTrsSatr, & a. '
attsrt(icest,niVt ffcv isW afcaatrtm a WsHahsa,
KssaU, Oaksi, S'lMsftre tmialaaaiil by ban.
TW p-'swess tt (taeattait aaaiaifai a 1111 of
MUlu Arm nf fiuj.rrlnr lllrr t.Hntl,
tptm wahls is a iswry ptsM-d ee, I1J11 a-sir)sr.
TT. ptsMillw It mam tamnttuttf it&ilti tmt a
Mr,mit Isadkta, and is ihermttlttT rf'A with
Toole, Threshing; I'loor, blr loum, Libor-
era' Qatrteri, Etc, of tht Must
Ths ls4 WMnfitMat: ln ptaMarSjOjlw MA onvfei
natnrtmt Imsm hirtsz frswl I a I jftyeKj" yef t ,
but tsost of hssh wHf erpfre fa ias
Klid Prvpsny ll takftst M a m4Ttzl(f ta Bit4s a
Co., up what Arm lisViMBlsatm V, bat .jt
Ur eotVI, dlsessrtsd M mUt mtt aVa
TVrs slo Vi KM al , nn, at) ptw., g,
'J1 IIK.lll III' ItnUlU.Vfl IIATTLV,
Voshmi sad if. jtood tataVjiine, aket uttntuStLtZC,
lha prtertysf sail basAnpt etrsie, "
Terms of Sol.
For ihe Catile aod Iforvt Cash on dctltery bzms
dUltly after sate.
Tot ihe Rice PUmalion Cstb 00 deKrerr of coa
rcyances, within rirae week cf date of Fs'e,
Alt deeds al expemc cfparthawr.
Ths leases In qartrion sxay be ctanuMd, and any
further iaf'Xmai!on,Sad al lU law of&es ctC W. Ab
(ad an.1 J. M. Montana! la Hcol.U.
LVOMS b LEVY.
A UCTIOH SALE.
i.K.tsns or cttuir.v utsnit.
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, AT la Jl..
At utctmom, Qtxnt S, Ilonstnls,
By direction of the Commlttloncrt of
Crown Lands. 1 trill sell
1 Tba hraw foe a term nf aa years, rent payuUs
MnuassEaUy:'a advana, cfaJt ilaf pan of l-KVnria,
IISo, Hawaii, csenmc&cuiz at lU upper boundary
where it jocsa HaonuLe and trtt.-lioj batow, a dlitaws
of lhr mdet, reMrsmz birds, etc Useul coadiluns
of Isates of CrownJLusis. Leasee jisen lbs rzb to
shoot cr captors she wild ealttln.
a Leave fra termor to)ean, rent payabls semi
anrru.1y in adranc of I hi foituwinz described (routes
in Hilo. Hawaii to wis ; Tk emaset coroer cf Wai.
anoetUM Mreel, IIOo. whh all lis- buOiuzs ibercoB
saiu peemics are now oenspied by W If Reed at a
tun and known at tbc Coney lot.
. P. ADAMS. Acxtionccr.
Copies of conditions of lease al auciixi room.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
By order tJJ. II. CROWN",
ON MONDAY, JULY .ut. AT MOOM.V
I will sell at aiKlkw, the fo&owinz psrofs oT.Ls-al
t Paja'su, llaiotnlVrMwtriVresidtisvofRsr 1!1
Lot N. t r.M"-i Ij fainonu
Lot No eoouias ol fatbsma
la No j turuins Jl fa-JkiMrst.
Roal l-ila ;y5j
Xt- Terms Cait. '
K. 1 .Mtfiisa, .lurrlorieer.
A UCTION SALE
RESIDENCE Or MRS. BOLIXS.
ON WEDNESDAY. AT I. A. ai.
alibogarr and llslr Ctab Sst.)w5b iwa Caua
Loooiea. Bisck Watau Ceater Tabia. Km
Larjt Boot Ca, MaVuy, and a cartstiy
teleetsi Library of abw llr llsadrsd VO.
uus lothstuiz taay ery raw aai nlutla
Cbnrlnt Watnly, la sberps a;; A Ed. Eat.
Bert. k due. Tb Friaad tl 1 jl "ll jj rJat
SimI EnaiarAatasJ Oncost, Conpleu Bed.
teooSetk Rsuswas, Rosksrt, CbaUj, etc.
Baesboa Loiwaca, Resiia( Cbalrt, IX.
rhiiaj CUot, Oaa llitlioavt DJaer Set, Ota.
i!t, ahum rt pfstt, a larzs auontasut t
Cfcju ad Crraaiu Wair.
Cut Class Wio. Sets, GUsset, KUtbe.i Fa-asie.
Bsoal atsoftasaw sad Two La,,. Meat SaAra,
OanieaTiKiia, Hew, sic,
AT it H
Tbs wefblaowa B(ak Cantass Ilaest "SO,"
Ike asw Cta LWsr By wish. Us Laass WUt, e, ,
and bar acts la ee lot. . 1
A sUnid,Hs,tMiy w aee,, eVlt-Ul4
Tbt Rssidawe, PioHny sr U ortesi u It M.
. . '
i.J'-ifW. tttt-,lfjr-- -fuw Jb Mi s jp sst. tii , L - tsastysptttteajaiaisw
a. St. ', i ssV-agg.- rf- .'Jnjyjj
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