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In the heal of deltaic between two
iimtctuling i.irliw and pending the
ilcrisinn of an isme, we naturally look
Lira degree rtf mrl) fee-ling whir h, if
m it altogether abated. i nevertheless
i.i.itetiallv lessened when the qucMiun
l.a been onrc decided. , vcrv mate
N.i' '.pur in the feelings of anv illt
piitant hrti been hut when an object
might hits Iteen finally lift or gained,
..nil no itrtiici t for in re hearing
fmaiiu in view. With regard to the
w.iM-of-c-onfitlenie resolution lately
decided in tin- legislative avtetiiblv,
we nia) now ilisruss the results with a
tiegrce of calmness not known when
rftitii'iiations ran high. The rase has
been in i oiirt and after an exhaustive
hearing on both sides a verdict bus
been rendered. Irom whirh, an ording
to time homiri-tl precedent, there is no
leua! antcrll . It is 'useless now to
ijnarrel with the lesnlt, however innili
It may be deplored. If we have an)
H'tarrel, it should be on principle and
ai cording to no party lines. With
those who Hi parly spirit may r-iull
over a tcflinual iiior, lei what coin
fort they may have taken to themselves
as a rwiM'qticni'e remain. Hut. speak
nm as men in the eiijovineiit of (.oil
I'iven inti'llit'cmc. we much doubt if
there are anv. mcii of the ostensibly
victorious nartv who ilo not in their
own hearts condemn the parliamentary
.v-deui which made the rcient bare
victory a iiossilnhty. I hal the voting
of one's self in his own interest is
thinu retiimnaiit lo a proiier sense of
luinmon deeniy, is a fait so wrll
established and so universally acknowl
edited in the conduct of public assem
blies as to render argument upon the
.subject supcrlluom. However well
such a thing mav conipoit with the
teachings of political trickciy, it could
no more commend itself to an honest
mind than would be the case if a crim
tnal on trial w ere allow ed to v ote w il h die
jury. It is wrong, and every member
of the present cabinet knows it. That
it has been donebefnre by other cabinets
on similar occasions might be sufficient
excuse for the- voting of the cabinc-l in
their own behalf, hut it is no excuse for
the ministiy, 01 any one else, voting
against a proposed amendment of the
rules of the house whereby its recur
rence in the future would have been
cfl'eciually prevented. The notice for
the introduction of such an amend
ment was a manly one, and one
m run w,' i: i it
I t reprint the following paragraph
from the Congressional f Hebe lor the
u. instant It is taken from a spec h
'delivered in the I'niled States House
of Representatives on Mav I th, In
Hon K Robinson ol Sew York,
the spcii h being on the bill making ap
propriations for the consular pud diplo
matic scivicc ol the government fm the
fiscal year ending June ,?o, 1885
I retii'iuber that in llie lietier day of the
rrmtillr no officer would degrade himself b)
accepting an) present or gift from any despot
lltil. oh, what .1 flningr ' 1here aie now ten
Iing btfote this house application from a doen
or a oroie of Amnion officer, including Ihe
lielng awl the dead, for lease luiircept litlc of
nohflii) fiofn foreign despot., llnw sodden
ami widespread is this ml in American man
timid ' A tear adiinal ol our naJ, without
consent of congress, lint lirlu.illy accepted a
gold medal, now at the Mate depinnient, from
the King of Sweilen for Ins conduct al the Imni-
Imnlment of Alexandria, ami has no notion
thai we shall escreHe our judgment upon its
acceptance except to rallf) it. The same ollieir
has .il atriptcil the diXhk of the llihish
(.nscrnmiu for his conduct En "affording such
kindly assistance lo the flrltisli sailors and
marine-" on that disgraceful occasion,
Think of it ' O American statesmen I oCan
American admiial Iwiiig an assistant Kngllsli
manne. I wish e could tell It mil) to" the
marine. Another ailmiral li.-is before contrcss
an aplicalion for leae to accept a sword ami
a Persian carpet from the Sultan of Zanzibar,
presentation to tie made after the custom of
Oriental pilnre. Think of it ! a carpet and a
suord for our carpet knight. Another Amen
can admiral is before us for leave to teccivc a
gold Ixix with the emperor's portrait set in
diamonds, from a dciot whose sublets in
Siberia and elsew here are trying to retch I lit
public with their side of the stor) written in
Mood. And iliis is practical!) accepted and
only waiting lransmrtation to the United
Slates, with no thought that congtess wdl dare
todisobe) orders from the quarter-deck.
thatthi kiiighij. cm be peipi.tu.ite el . ""-' '""" " ' '" w""v r"vs-
unl on tirt.un ronduiuns, the brst' I'lie preulcnti.tl nomination bv the
of those fonditions Ining that the king j Democrats of driver ( lev eland, (ins
cm governor 01 ,cw v orK was prol-
shall bow to the will of the people who
made him king. In granting this, we
stand beside the liathrs of the oposi
tion, who praise the king's message and
ate irenred to meet him half wav
Hut, in the name of common sense,
how t.an the people of the kingdom, or
their prntrrtnr anil adviser, the fireat
Republic, be satisfied with cither pro
fessions of reform or even at innl
retrenchment while the king's fwvw
siHf) ministers continue to lu
men who li-k the national love,
abl the best that could be made.
(iovernor Cleveland n one ol the most
lonsistenl relorm governors who has
ret ently ot t upicd public attention
He rose to lie governor from being
the reform maor ol a New York town,
and his advancement lo the presitlenti.il
nomination is a deserved tribute to
brains, probity and determination.
the natural order of things, that zeal
ous anil honest congressional worker,
lour jTliurnian, or that equ.ill) honest and
lack more statesmanlike senator, llavnrd,
the national respec t, lack the national was entitled to the nomination. Hut
confidence; l-'oi "damned lie thos? j superior tf imitation of Cleveland's
equivocating knaves who xilter with us supimrters, like that of Blaine's slip
in a double sense" So said the pollers, carried the da. Il there be
urmtest of mtimlanc critics mi s.tvs i anv. Innif t use reclitali e in the manner
". . . , . . ' -',., "..,.., .. ., i
tlie Honest mteutgenie oi tne nation, hi t levcianns nomination it was inci
Let the cap lit whom it mav.
( M!lf c IIIIM.I.
The midsummer an is heavy
rumor, mm trie wiseacres vvno "know
all about it" are thick as flies in a bar
ber shop. I here ts to be a change
in the ministry ; evervbodv is sure of
that. I-Aeii the Hessian management
of the Court Journal has been given
its cue, anil echoes the mvsterious tout
tcring of the street in its most sibilant
manner, ending, of course, with the nas
tiest sort of a hiss at the Independents.
That there ought to be a change ,oes
without taying That there must be a
change sooner or later is equally cer
lain. 'I lint the country will not be sat
isficd with anv half-and-half change is
the surest fact of all. The Indepen
dents are not vet in the kings confi
dence. It will be bettor for him and
for the nation when thev are. The
king's opportunity is now a great one.
He has on his hands two sorry mcapa.
fact that twentv two of the New
York delegation were practically (tin
franchisee! by the operation of the
"unit itile, ' under which the New
York delegation votetl its seventj two
voles as one man for Cleveland, while
the real choice of a minority was Thtir-
man or Hayartl. Hut Governor Cleve
i,i a ist trn i, rum r.r.i iu
riu r nvv , sr ion ttirv rntiTiiW
It wa-niovul to admit all memberv having
bills t. inir.nluce to gut nonce at any time
'luring ihe da).
It was cxlered that the president ofthelioard
nf heilih transmit to the house a list bids ami
i-nturtictt awarded for suppllei for the hospitals
under charge of llie hoard of health.
Ii xas reported that the king hail signed the
Mr. Kannalii read for the lirst time a bill to
amend section 8oj nf lite ( ivil Code, to pin
vide for Ihe appointment of a police histke for
In j the disttict of vVaiohinu, Kan, Hawaii.
Mr. Naitlukou introduced a hill to preserve
the aichive of the kingdom, to einplo) two
suitable iersons, Kcfcrrcd to iudicaty coin
inlttee. Also a bill lo give Ihe Msiers of mercy
charge of government hospitals. Rejected.
Mr. hole 'cad a street railroad hill. Oidfrcd
Mr. Hitchcock rend n bill lo amend ami re
n.il rliotis of several in ts relative lo the con
siruction of raihonds. Ordered to a second
Mr. Dole lead for the first time a bill re
lating to intents. Ordered primed.
Ihe Mliiiiler of Finance read for Ihe first
time a bill to amend the Inn Ait of iS.Sj.
Also a bill In indemnify the Minister of I'lnanic
for certain expenditures, Ordered printed.
Mr. Kauhikoii g.tie notice or a bill to amend
Ihe I'nglish and llawaihn version of section 6,
chaiHer 7. of the I'enal (.'ode.
I Mr. Kauhaneg.uc nolicr of a bill relating
j. to rout superiors! also of a bill to amend
section 4, chapter .).(, til Session Ijtwsul ISSJ
tntllee through Mr (,. llrown, sh.mirg that IP gentlemen most fretUICIltly
.I.S5 45 "' Iwn drawn front the special, ,nilie. fl)r rl,i,l(. iitin vo.ter
.ipproprinlon for Japanese immigration, and na,"c" ",r " ,c P "Uions -ster
had been used to pay drafts due lor e-nses "ay were J. Molt Smilll, for the for
nf Portuguese Immigration, A motion lo lay Clgll nllkc ; Paul Neumann, for the
the resolution on the table was lost by Ihe fof attorney ccneralshin ; Samuel Parker.
Ales Cihson, (mlick, Kapcnd. N
Kuifielanl, Ksae, Walker, kaulukin
I.ilikalinl, Ikiker, Amara, Kaulia, Aholo,
Kaniakele. linrtlner, Nahinn, Katiiiamann,
I'.ilohJii, Ktiiihea, .Nakalcka. Total il.
Noes - Bishop, l'atkcr, Wilder, Ivenlierg,
llowsett, Mott Smith, Wldemann, Martin,
I". llrown, Kalua, t. lttowii, Hiclurdson,
Kanealii, V. O. Smith, Nawahl, Hitchcock,
Kauhane, I'iliiwi, (,. Ilronit, Dote, Hem ell.
A tnution to reconsider wav tost by the same
vote and the ministiy stand censured.
Among various refills ol committees was
one from the immigration committee, recom
mending that $joo,rocj lie appropriated for
for the finance otlicc ; and S.
W ildcr for minuter of the interior.
, , jUI1. VIW1V.IIIUI 1 UCIKMI III CIIOII Mtlll
bles, an obstinate duregardcr of friend-110 mn.c m(orm five-cent fares on the
ly advice and of public opinion. Ncw 'ork City elevated railways-a
land IS 110 more resionsible for all the The minister of linancc gaie notice of a bill
acts of .til his supporters, ttiat is lll.line to "x the remuneration ot pilots.
1 l. . .? . si. f--..l..i -...!-- ,r . I !ll ...
fnr ,.,ui-.ll,- .iiii.cI mi o ni-t mi ll, " iMiiiniKoii K.ne nonce oi a inn iu ic
part of many of bis supporters. It is
certain!) to Cleveland'. credit that
he will have the attivcopposition
of John Kcllv's Tammany cbnlrrient
and of Hen flutter's rag mono) biigade
Governor Cleveland cannot awaken
the universal entluisiastt aroused by
the nomination of lllaine , and there
is epiite as serious an opposition to
Clcvelaud in the Democratic ranks,
quite apart from Kelly and Hutlcr, as
exists in the Republican party against
lllaine, the chief objection being to
the Governor's action in vetoing a bill
noth.r, a captain in the United States Navy, and the wil) demagogue and tin
masked nvpocrite who lias given
the past ten cars of his life to the too
congenial task of climbing to the head
of Hawaiian official life by the slim)
ladder of race prejudice. The two in
capable may merely sink back into
their incapacity ; the imported dis
rcgarder of publie opinion may thank
fully go earn his bread and butter by
his profession ; the oilier may be
left to the punishment of his conscience
- if he has any unless the law may
be made to force him to disgorge some
of his ill gotten gains.
lias now at the state department a decoration
of Knight Commander of Ihe Ko)al Order of
Kaiuch.inicha, asking leave from congress to
accept a title of nobiht) which eien congress
has not the powu to grant. And such a deco
ration ' Not worth in the woild'a marlcta
siring of Wethersfield onions ! Another Amer
ican captain asking us for leave to accept the
decoration of Knight Coniinander of the Uo)al
Order of Kalakaua from the King of the
ll.iw.iii.in Islands, and another from an Amer
ican lieutenant for leave to accept a decoration
of Knight Companion of the Ko)al Order of
(he C row ii. from toe same monaich. I believe
Clans Sprerkles is practically king of tboe
ishnds; would nut a barrel of his sugar or a
keg of his molasses lienl mote value and sweeter
to these American officers than all the decora
tions al Ihe disposal of the nominal king?
The United States, by virtue of our
relative geographical position and by
the added virtue of the reciprocal re
lations between that country and this,
vvlucli rotiHl in no way lie ascru cu r js 1Iattaii.s natllrll protector- our best
topaity feeling, as, whether the be hef friem, ,, JS ,() lh(. intcrest 0- ever).
be vyell founded or noi.it is nevertheless .., f , ki . ,- ,
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general among me ijinrci ui no.
oresent ministry that these men will
I blest subject, to use every honorable ef-
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licit nave uiiouici .o-iiuninm, y. ""'b United States. Hut, be it remein
again as they have clone. I wo ) ears . 1(m,,1( ,her(. is no ()thcr Hawaiian
is a long term for any cabinet to serve who (lp)orluni,ic, for influencing pub
under Ihe piesent dynasty, and it is ut- )i(. 0 iliol, in l))L. rji,cl States are so
terly unlikely that the existing cabinet i as are ,;i Kalakaua's. The
will be able to double for themselves ' ', (awaiijn pcop)t jUh by a duly
this more than usua period of oltu lal , cie-tcci ieRi-,laiure, piade David K.al.t-c-xistence.
It is plain then that Ht" j-j,,,., lUctiv( ym, ,,r ,1ttc isianj,,
..,..1 jl .iKi.iiviliiuinl M"i ilititff I ItV ' . .
niH.iu-.cn ..o.s.,.u...u... ..... ....... -v -(imt cicct(m niacle Him tlie most pow-
i:tiuiuioii SS.I1SC- unci I.UIIIINIII "-, ""-J ' erftil man, for good or evil, on these
alone, and such will appeal to every ... It .rave him an oimortunitv
nianniossesstcl nf x-.tlicr, i-: .)cliall oi , fQ , n (ou,lle n...,.,,. rl(,)lt
such a nieasttie regardless of whoinayof ckcln ..;. ,ilr i,. 0f love, re-
ir who may iic.c i-cjujj.... v. spcc, au, c0l,fi,i,.n(:t.. e ,as, s0 (ATf
,. , , , ' chosen to rule by the first (the elective)
v lien we lairty conicm piate wnat tne . i A ,i P nr.,w, :i1k
. i'MI 1 1 iH11 i,,4J iim out uvmis,Jv iivitnuui.i
cscrnse of such a privilege lias rendered' doscs( crhi the lb,ic mcn au,
possible, it is no wonder, if we wish for merchants ,- ,hc United States, have
the preservation ol law and order, that . J)Qt )wn !,ow ,() fU, ;, , S() w,lL.n
air nuelligeiu persons should en.pha' roprc,tfnlaliV(. f thc j.reat ,tatc of
tUe their protest against such a thing. Kc.' V(. s.wMnR OIl lhc ,loor of w
it lias rem eretl ppss.oie tie acuta, u-g- Amcriran fongress ..ks of King
islative authorization ol illegal and mi- ...i.i ., .. ...i,,. .,.,, i;,,,, ' ,i.
So soon a the word " pan " is
written against thc official life of the Gib
son cabinet, honest men from Nihou to
Hawaii will breathe more freely Any
change will be welcomed. And yet
thtrt might be n cluvigt or tit wont
We respect the Hawaiian's right to bis
heritage: we sympathize with every
sentiment that makes him long for e
pansion, for increase of rights for en
lightenment. Hut we believe we voice
the opinion of llie most intelligent lla
waiians throughout thc kingdom cer
tainly we do of the most patriotic when
we declare that few living Hawaiian-, are
capable of mastering the complex de
tails of govcrnnient.il administration.
And when we say this, there is no need
of bard feeling on the part of any Ha
waiian. Administiative ability is r,ot
acquired in a day. T' s rauim extent
it is, ofcour.se, born ; but evun then it
measure lor wiiie.n nis veto message
gave clear, and undoubtedly honest,
The vice-presidential nomination wa3
a sprat to catch thc western vote, partic
ularly that of Indiana. Mr. Hendricks
is a good offset to Senator I.ogan.
Each is a mere partisan spouter.
Neither comes nearer the inner temple
of statesmanship that the outlying
lobby of "practical politics." I.ogan
knows bow effectively to cry "bloody
shirt ; and Ilcnilticks to retort "the
fraud of '76." If the Press (just for
"peace and quietness," you know)
were permitted to decide on a compro
mise, we would name James G. Hlainc
for the presidency and Grover Cleve
land for the second phce.
rnr. w:ircKi .irritiiritu r.v.
In many respects the contemplated re
ductions in the appropriation bill are, al
least, "hastily considered." The re
duction in the proposed salary of the
police justice in this city had already
been made by the assembly. The ex
penses of the armed force contingent
fund have been reduced from $60,000 to
$5,000 leaving a sum barely sufficient
for the callant ex officer of the nth
Prince Albert's to cut the" proper caper
requisite to giye die community the
swell dash if needs. Roads and bridges
sr evidently not considered nece.ssarv
during the current period, as the ap
nroiiriation has been reduced 1 from
fioo.cSoo to nothing at all. Tluyvieed
comprehends c.irclul ancestral training. ofa rai, in le ,,;, disuicl ol Ha.
T, CnnL v. ,,..' nntirilimiL tr, lit llin.'.. .... i . .
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utterance has a significance that his
will do well to heed. For the
linson's speech is as
widely separated from the unspeakable
lltuikeyism ol David l.ralmm Auee as
is the equator from either pole.
constitutional aits- acts so directly
......m, ...,,!,, it w,i r.i.ti' th mii-it if mil
?"'."" ""' J '" "' ," I majesty will do well
constitution and laws, but the very ,.,, j ()f Mf RoU,
i-ralso: those laws and that consiitu- .. ?,.. .,i fr
tton, which, as was said by the Hon.
V. O. Smith, were "all that kept the
sovereign from becoming a tryant and
bis subjects fronr becoiiiing rebels."
The 1 till and ic,th articles of the con-
, , " -, ", . 1 I I r lliai 1131 .cJUlMtllts
stituiion uagraiuiy nave t.cei nroken , dua, kinlip of ,im kingdom went too
uj cue lutein ""7";i, "' s. ""-,ar ifthose eitirens had not expressed
avoidance and actual violation of such duri l)(. , weck lhdr ,.(mlia, a,..
aws as were tepuguatit to their designs Ij ith ollr V0WitCj we UmM ait.
have been matlers of common oc-cur- (,rcss lhe a,,mL. rcprim ,0 ,hctIU M
rence. So plainly have these facts , t, (,Q lQt nml ,0 ,)(. Itfa!0ncll wilh
lieen shown mat inemniMry nave oeen Nse-adtlrt.ss it t0 ,ie kin directly, if
unalile to tieny tneni, ami in , wiu read mark aH, inward.. dij,e!t
It seemed to some of our citizens
that last Saturdays criticism of the
ppnious of Kurope. fur. self govcrnniejit
which had been colonized by Ronie.
It my well take some years longer to lit
Hawaiian to hold governmental posi
tions requiting icing ousiiicssexiieriencei -1-
ntt.t ,i.,1t iluunlmuil Oft,,, ,,,, cl",t , ,. . irt ,.'- I .'
.111,1 vii i. . ..v.i.. ,,v, ,,,,-,, 1 .,, , w iv,,-
ers. King Kalakaua knows, Mr. Spreck
els knows, intelligent Hawaiians know,
that no native cabinet minister has
creditably filled a cabinet position since
Lot Kamchamcha. Thc coining two
year-, need men in lhc cabinet who will
satisfy the king by judicious tact, kind
ness and reasonable consideration of his
rights and yet satisfy the people in their
lights by retrencjnnent when possible
and wise expenditure when necessary.
We need for this work the best talent
of the nation. Xo one doubts wheie
that lies : In the Independent party
" the majority party of progiess through
retrenchment and reform."
sidering, as the $350,000 proposed
many instances have not attempted so
to do ; hut have lieen content to rely
for their justification upon a majority
vote, which, without their own, would
never have been uch. They have
broken the provisions of the loan act,
the coinage ait, the audit act, the
law of transfers, and the law gov
euiing the disposal of government
lands, not to speak of the numerous in
fringments of the common law made
by individuals of their number. Hut
with such things staring them in thc
face anil inc.iuble of contradiction, a
majority of the legislature sees fit to
justify the present system. What docs
this mean, mless it be that the present
it mav be the belter lor lumsell and
the kingdom. We are sure he cannot
miss the application. The king's salad
days have kissed. Thc time lor giving
and taking decorations, for spending
inonev in unnecessary display ol any
sort, ought to he ol the past Here. I he
king ought to be the first lo see it. If
he does not, he must be made to see
it. Die United Stales is still our
friend : but only on certain conditions
can her continued friendship lie relied
on. The American people have
awakened to the jiecessity ol economy
in administration. If they continue to
give us the benefits of reciprocity, they
are morally ccitam to insist on sonic-
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legislature o. tne nawai.au is.amis " lWnK !. ti,an commercial re
openty ueciareii 10 tie wc.c.u " ""'cinrocity in return..- So many children
unfitness to iwrform the duticN reunited
of its tuendiers. by their offices ? What
does such a thing amount to but a
virtual declaration that a Irgtslatiite is
not needed, and that ministeis have
lowers superior to the legislature, the
jaws, anil the very constitution, that
the ieople have no rights and therefore
no need of representation? U it not
lime to mend our w-,.v,s? The man who
cannot see the end, it such a course is to
be nepiiitently pursued, is only a dolt;
and he who cties for the "olive branch"
while such things exist, must be either
fool or a knave.
of American parents, so many actual
American citizens, have their fortunes,
their pride and their hopes centered
liete. that the united i5tates,wouiiiie a
sorry guardian if she tiermitti-d the
tendencies of Kins Kalakaua's reign to
go on to their logical sequence. The
Hawaiian Kingdom mutt be governed
so that her American residents, by
parentage or adoption, have fair play.
Clearly then, if the Hawaiians in the
Independent party are willing to forego
their voice in cabinet control, and are
agreed that the king should choose his
advisers from those white men whose
trained intelligence and unblemished
reputation places them highest in the na
tional confidence, no one has a right to
complain. If the native race is satisfied
that four of the men who represent the
reform tendency now uppermost in
popular regard ought to advice the
king in thc present critical stage in Ha
waiian allairs, that the king ought to
heed that belief and act upon it. The
king s future is in his own hands. He
may put in a bad cabinet, through
pique or through bad advice. He may
put 111 a cabinet to conciliate some
powerful influence. He mav put
in a compromise cabinet. Hut if
be read aright thc signs of the
times he will forego all pique,
prejudice or precuniary profit j and
place the formation of a cabinet in the
discretion of the Independent leaders
- in the discretion Of some man like
Sanford 11 Dole or Joseph O Carter:
Hawaiians by birth, Hawaiians by af
fecrion, Hawaiians by ears of associa
tion that may never be forgotten ; and
jet Hawaiians that have the trained in
telligence which fits them to work suc
cessful)' for the common good of the
Thc iiiMiiTn-iency of the audit act,
and the iueuVieiu-y of the auditor.
weie very clearly shown In the transler
of lumU which precipitated the rcient
vote of censure. If the auditor general
were a watchful oiHiial, he would have
warned the tegUtrar of public accounts
not to allow die transfer, whether the
law gave um the specific right to inter-k-ie
or not Kvidcntly, the limes are
ilpe lor the retirement of all the official
who have done t intuit to injure Ha
waiian credit--anil when the cabinet
pocs the auditor general ought to go
On the face of it, King Kalakaua has
made certain concessions lo lhe ipu
lar clamor for retrenchment. Hut he
lias done so in a way which rol the
ad of the cordial symatliy of the people.
The inconsistencies of the reductions
made have Iwen considered in another
column. It is perhaps unkind harshly
10 judge a ruler who ui is under a con
stitution so" grosly inconsUtenl as nuts
in making so Kwerful an oifice as
that of king an entirely inesxnsi-
file one , and it is perhaps not lair to
blame the king lor the inconsistencies
of the reduction list, whethei he con
suited his minister, or not, tor th
There are several rival claimants for
the credit due King Kalakaua's recent
message. The "prendre" looVs be
nignly owlish when the message is
mentioned 1 Sir Oaus smiles lilandly
when the subjettU bioaclieil ; one of
the dotij-hty colonels on his majesty's
staff whistles serenely at the word
"retrenchment,' Ihe guardian of (lie
bald bird of freedom's subjects 111 i lawaii
winks diplomatically; while thc lere
bus oftliechanibcrlaincy blinks myste
riotisl) and buttons hU fait nioie close
I) over Ins inaulpehest,
A prov ulence itaiicr tells how Uei.
Hehri-nds, late of ro ulence, heard a
solid criticism ol himself while in a
be expended in railway subsidy has
been cut downjto less than the proverb
ial shilling. The reduction in the
of superintendent of public
works has been cut down to just
enough to pay a portion of this year's
.salary. Thc loss of this officer will cut
oft" one of the best safeguards of the
public service. The enlargement of
O.ilnt lail was recommended by
special committee of the legislature j
hut thc recommendation had evi
dently no weight. The survey service
has been cut down from $35,000
to $25,000, although it is generally
understood that the service is one
of the most valuable the nation
enjoys. It seems mistaken economy
to increase the salary ol the deputy col
lector these hard times. Fortunately,
the reductions are in the hands of the
legislature, which may change as it
sees fit. The gracious offer of reduction
on part of the king ought to be accepted
in good faith if for no other reason,
that there need be no reflection upon
the king's sincerity.
Thc Hulletin of last evening made
an excellent point on the illegality of
the minister of finance's oidcr that on
and aAer August ist all dues at the
custom house must be paid in U. S.
gold coin ; pointing out that thc Cur
rency Act ol 1070 says "gold coins 01
the United States or its tquiniUnt"
and that the privy council order of the
same )car defines the equivalent of U.
S. gold to be U. S. half dollars, and
thc privy council order of last Decem
ber says that Hawaiian coins shall be
legj.il tender in like manner as silver
coin of the U. S. Ivrgo, our coins are
equivalent to U. S. gold until the set
of 1876 shall be annulled by the ncw
gold law, to go into effectnr.J .He-
The Court Journal printed last
Thursday a long biographical account
of lb P. Heach, apiopos the
recent wedding of Mrs. Kmily V,
A. V. Gibson, widow of the
Richard P. Gibson of New York, and
Mr. Heach. As the waning circula
tton of the Court Journal among
respectable people precludes the gen
eral circulation of one neat bit of fiction
included in the artii Ic, we print the
paragraph in question -. " His brother,
Walter M. Gibson, is Prime Minister
of the S.uulwiili Islands, exceedingly
wealthy, and a most estimable citizen,
having the love and affection of the
native Kiutatlon." 1 loop la !
! i.rL'niilc tin- iniliMM
i-... ..-. ... .. .
1 lie order ol llie clay was Hunt reading ol a
hill lo niiiend section 1S7 and 3S9, Clvjl
Code, relating to sea ficherles, liulefinhel)
-r Second readin;nfa bill to amend chapter
4J of Ihe .Session liuj of iSSj, relalini; to
taxes. In committee nunc whole, .Mr. Walker
in the chair. Mr. Kalua moved that Mr.
Dolt' hill be ptinted. Curried.
iriiiw's si-suns,- h rv nix ni nvv.
Minister (iibson ri-'iicsted by thc liouc to
furnish the committee on commerce certain
letters iclailni: to I'nr'.uiuie-e ininnVralion.
Mr. fiibson slated that in 18S3 lender were
rcccircd lor the supply nl ioi or six month n
follows: W Hurtle. I'i cents t Wilc-cn. lH
cents; Kcati, i) cents, 'lhe tender of Kc.ni
was accepted. At the expiration of that time
fiesh tinder were cilleil for nnd sent In a
follows: C. Clack, 3j cents; Wilcox, jeent
Keau, 2 li. The tender of Keau wu accepted
Mr. (.ihson further statu) that there were no
written contracts-, and that the tenders men
tioncd were copies of the oricinals in the ofiice.
Mr. W. O. Smith wanted lo see the originals
and Mr. unison sent lor them.
On motion of Mr. W. O. Smith Ihe house
resolicd that Minister Gibson chould stale thc
present oreaiiUalion of the lioard of lientth.
the names of its members, and when meetings
had been held. Carried.
Mr. Dole read for the lirst time a bill to pre
vent the waste of artesian water in the district
of Kona, Oahu. Kcfcrrecl to judiciary com
mittee. Mr. Kalua read for the first time a bill to
amend a section of the Penal Code, to make
ihe Hawaiian version agree with the Knglish.
lit leered to revising committee.
Minister (lulick read for the first line a bill
granting facilities for small p:i)inenls. The
hill calls for the establishment of a
sasinr; hank o be called the Hawaiian Postal
Savings l!.tnk, with (he iostiiiasler.p.encral as
manager. The minister of the interior, auditor-general
and postmaster are mentioned a
a committee to make all preliminary arrange
ments. If passed, the dill will take eflect
from January Ikt, 1S.S5. Pasted to second
reading. A bill for the re-codifying of the
laws of the Hawaiian Kingdom. Kead a
second time by its title and rifcrred to juili
Die minister of finance read for the first
time a bill to ix the compensation of pilots.
tie-act a second time ny Its title and rclerrecl to
committee on commerce.
1 he message from Kalakaua printed last
week was received by the president. Mr.
Dole moved that a select committee be ap
pointed to reply. .Mr. . O. Smith said this
action of his majesty in beginning al his own
salaty was the grandest thing he ever knew.
It was a kindly act. and one that thc house
and lhc whole country will approve of. Mr.
Xpwahi said it was a hopeful sign. It i.hry.ccl
the efforts made by the Independent part) aie
approved by his majesty.
The president appointed lhe following com
mittee to wait upoti his mijesty : .Messrs.
Dole, Dominis, V, O, Smith, Pdipo and Kau
iukou. s.vruuiiAV's session siviiktii nvv.
immigration, Japanese immigration to be en
I and I'oituguese Immigration lo lie
encouraged. (Jn table to he considered with
item in appropiialion bill.
Minister Neumann read for the first lime a
hill to amend section J, chapter in, of the
I'enal Code, icl.uinc to public nuisance.
Mr. W. (J. Smith moved tint thc minister nf
the interior state to Ihe house by what means he
proixise to make coml 10 the several disitict
nf the kingdom tliesumof $147,905.87 of road
lax now Mippnsed to lie In me treasury. Inas
much as there is nothing in the appropriation
bill now before the house to provide fur the
I'-v1"!, Iu ue scleral iimnci uicir icsm-ciisc
pioiwrtion of lhe same, nml provision Is only
nucle for the disbursement nl the road tax col
lected duriiv' Ihe coming biennial pi-find.
I'lir order of the day was consideration nf
the appropriation bill. After some discussion
Il was decided to defer further consideration
until Wednesday, Minister Kapcna then read
llie propositi reductions as follows:
His Miut) Privy Purse....
silArv f irsi Associate luslice.
Sahrj Second Associate Justice
Police Juicier ot Honolulu
K,ieiises of Suttitine Umlrt
SaUry of Mlntslei of l-orelgn
halaf) of Mlnl.lerof llie Interior
siur) 01 MirseynMieneral..
Satan of I'osnnastci.l.en-ral
Salary Superintendent of Public
Salary Cterk .SlilieiitilenJem of
Public Works,.. ..,....
IncMentals und( tmeliitg Ks.
Ixilses of Knicineeraiid sutyer
imendenc of ISlbllc Works'
t-jllarceineM Oahu Jail
Subsidy to Railroads
Koadsand Hodge .
UncoiiTKicenient of Immigration
Dredklinjc Honolulu Ifailior.
Purchase of Siram 1 uic unu
Steam l.atiuch .,..,. ....
Janitor Atttolanl Hale, (In lite
Satar) of Minister of finance.
halar) of Collector Henersl..
Salary of Harbor Master
l'a of Tax Assewirs...
Pay of lax Collectors. .....
Salary of Attcirney-Ceneral ...
Salary of Ik-putv Attorney
Salar of Marshal
Incidentals Criminal and Ciiil
Armed Force, Contingent I'tind
$ 50,0ml $ 41,11
1 1,01 lo,cxi
t tltorin la,ixiu
r f,ooii 11,000
, &,oi JfOtio
Total nstfmaled Reduction. ..
The report of the committee on education
reported, through Chairman llisliop : that
the present educational system is i-orking
well ; that thc apiropriation for educational
purposes ought to be increased fiom $80,000
10 $100,000; that thc Iwatd of education, ac
cording to law, Miould consist of five, members,
one of whom shall be president, who is not
authorized to do anything but appoint a sec
retary and sign official clocunents authorized
by the hoard. Such has been the practice
until a recent date; that evening schools arc
not necessary. Report ordered printed.
Mr. Kamakcle's nclition relating lo gov
ernment lands, police and mail carriers dis
trict at liana, laid on table.
The following reply to the Icing's message
To Ills Majesty thc King .
Sire The members of the legislative as
sembly (trali-fully acknowledge the receiptor
your majesty's message of this date, referring
10 te depressed state of business of the
country mul decline in the price nf our chief
staple, arid reeommeding retrenchment in the
estimate ,f expenditures, submitted to the
ssscinbly by your majesty's minister of finance.
We are mindful of your majesty's recom
nicndal'.rn as set forth in the address from
the thr.'ne upon the opening of this session
of the legislative assembly, but the latge esti
mates submitted to us by your imjesly's min
isters have been obstacles to our carrying out
your majesty reconimeiiditions as could lie
desired, vvc agree vsiui your majesty mat
the unfavorable financial prospects of the
country call for retrenchment in lhe expenses
or the adiuinistcraiion of public affairs, and
in view of your consistent and noble sugges
lions, that such retrenchment should begin
from thc head of the civil list, we promise our
faithful and impartial consideration of the
reduction that shall lie submitted to u by
vour niulc.dv's minister of finance. We teel
assmeil that your majesty's ml icy in financial
administration, as expressed, will piectwith a
warm response from jl Hawaiian cilirens and
lesidents, and will go far to avett the disas
trous cuiiseciuenccs which the fall in prices
and the accompanying business depression
have threatened. Responding lo your gra
cious wishes, wc commend your majesty and
the interests of our common country In the
slu If cdng care nl the! Kings of Kings.
The repoil wa signed by representatives
Dole, Dominis, Y. O. Smith, l'ili.i and
Kauluknu i and was adopted by vote of the
house, (he lollowing gentlemen being ap
pointed in present It lo thc king 1 Messrs.
Dole, Dominis, W. O, Smith, l'iliio, Kaulu
knu, Cleghorn, Kalua, Kaulane and Kupi
hea. 'I he Inner) bill ("Hawaiian Knilowmenl
Association Act "I was withdrawn on account
of the house by Mr. Aholo, its Introducer is ho
s.i'ut he didn'l know how bad lhe hilt was.
The order of the (lay was sstoihI reading
of the national bank bill after some drbale
consideration was imstiioneil until Ihe follow
ing Thuisday, when Ihe hill will lie considered
with one drawn py .vies.rs, icnin;ig, inxnop.
I lav lev mil Isprcckclc
The second reading of a bill lo create thc
office of road supervisor in chief. Passed to
TUESDAYS ShsslO.S-. SITV-5PCONIl DAY.
The select committee on temperance re
ported, through Mr. Aholo, recommending
that the hill to amend section 33 of chapter 44
of the Law of 1&S2, relating to sale of liquors,
be laid on table. Report adopted. Also,
that the bill granting J. II. Nolle the rigid to
sell light beers at the Casino be indefinitely
postponed. Report adopted. Also, a sub
stitute hill for the Hitchcock and Kaunamano
bills, lo prohibit the sale of liquors to women
and minors by retail dealers. 1 tie new- bill
tirohibils the sale of any liquors between thc
hours of 9 o'clock !'. M. of Saturday and 6
o'clock ,v. H. the following MonJay, and pro
vide for a local option respecting the is
suance of liquor licenses. Special order Tues
day the 29th.
.Minister (nihck reported in answer lo a
resolution of inquiry as follows : In Septem
ber, 1S71, the government sold to Hackleld &
Co. Grant 2, 123 the premises comer of Fort
and Queen streeb,. In this sale one of the
boundaries defined was a stieel along the,
maikai line. In 1SS0 Samuel G. Wilder, the
minister oft he interior, decided to move this
street some 60 feet maikai of the oiiginal line
to clear 3 corner of the Edinburgh premises in
the rear of Hackfeld & Co. In 1S.S1, II. A.
1'. Carter, minister of the interior, sold a por
tion of llie said street, adjoining the I.din
bucgh premises, lo the proposed new line ol
the street, at public auction, for the sum of
$1,960. This auction was protested against by
II. Hackfeld & Co., who objecteil to any
change in the street line. In December, 1SS2,
Hackfeld -Co., having objected to the sale
or lease by government to other applicants, in
slew ot inch prior riuht to a street line Irnnt,
made an application tor the purchase of this
frontage to the new line, as a compromise.
making an oiler 01 thc sum 01 $2,000. 1 lie
grant a. made (No. 3,353), under date of
December 2:, I3S2, by J, I- llusn, minister
of lhe interior, for the consideration of $2,000
and relinquishment of tight of way.
si- i:i 1 l 1.. ,i. t... .-1- ... n-.l
,,11. iinoei tiiwuiii uie lanei ftaic 111 nais
feld just, Mr. Dole thought it contrary to law,
A further report by Minister Gulick, giving
a statement of leases of public lands from
April 1st, 18S2 to dale was ordered printed,
Thc select committee on public buildings
made the lollowing recommendations
A distressing accident ocrurred on llcicla
nia sireel, near Ahp.ii, last 'tuesday, whereby
l.inlon Tniliert sustained a compound uactuii-
of hi right leg. ut almve lhc ankle. He wa
driving n truck belonging to the Union Feed
Company, and had just crossed the track
when Ihe locomotive engineer of lhc mitine
railway, near the crossing at the time, lei ofT
steam Irom hi engine The scream frightened
the horse so that l.c turned suddenly. Voung
Toiliert wa thrown from Ihe scat wilh the
alcove result. The carelenes ol the engineer
in llii instance was merely lhe repetition of
an offense, and only Ihe lameness nf another
di ay horse prevented a like accident on the
day befote. Of course no one else regrets the
accident more than does Mr. S. (i. Wilder,
the owner of the road. A his friend might
be sure he would do, Mr, Wilder will pay all
the expense of young Totheil' Illness, and
will also pay his wage until he i able to go
lo wcnk again.
A good programme will he given at Music
Hall to-night for benefit of St. Andrew's
CatheJral. Mrs. Itickerton will give her In
imitable rendition of Mis. Jarley In the
ininiorable "Wax Wcnks," assisted by those
able 'I hespians Messrs. Harry Von Holt and
i:. W. Peterson. Mis and Mr. Michaels icl
.Mr, Hasstcmenn will sing. Mr. Michiets will
piny a cornet solo, not so Ion as to be Inaudi
ble. The Symphony Club will play selections
from "I.utspiel anil "Undine and Ihe roar
ing one-act farce "Who i Who?" or "All In a
I'rg," will be acted by Mrs. A. II. Ilayley,
Miss Wodchnuse, Mr A. T. Atkinson, Mr.
E. W. Holdswntth and Mr. I. K. llrown.
Ihe nlay alone will be worth all paid for it ;
and tne other pitls of the programme promise
equal enjoyment. The cause cleinuids, and
the a'trrctbns offered urge, thatthe attendance
shall be a large one.
No one save thc cxrcplionil one was known
to be on time. The Rev. Mr. I.. C. Oggel
did not arrive n the Alameda, and in con
sequence the Ilclhct folks are disappointed.
If the Oceanic S. S. Co. would spend a pan
of their money advertising the time-table of
their steamers In the U.S., the people of the
east would not constantly get their slatting
time mixed wilh that of the I'. M. S. S. Co.
Of course we of these islands know all altoul
il; bid America is .1 great country where people
do not receive Hawaiian papers. Rev, Mr,
Oggel will doubtless have San Francisco by
the .Mariposa, 10 arrive in Ihls city August Mil.
Flieie will he a race at I H. vt. to-dav. at
the l'ark. The principal event will he the
double team trotting race driven by Mr. S. G.
Wilder against Colonel bprcckels. Ihe pro
ceeds will go In buy a carriage and horse for
the use of the sister of mercy at Kakaako.
The Trench steamer Ilordeaux ha been
chartered by Mr. Hofl'nung and is now en
route with a number nf I'orluguese immigrants,
A telegram slates she left Madeira. luly 12th,
Thc next mail will advise as lo the number of
people by her.
pACIPIC MAfL. stuamsiiip company.
I OK SUI IRANCISCO.
the Splendid Steanitit
will l.Ae Momli.t,. for Sun Franlro
On or about -Auiuit V
pOR 3YDMHY VU AUCKLAND.
Thr Sp!m.i. S.Mimti.p
WW OF HYDSUV
IVnWn ... .1.. ....... ...t ... L'dmmtnJv
Ou or about Aug 0th
IT. ajf nil here art now pteitufj lo li lLVt ii
Sn i rant. ico and return for Juj, tht roun! tilp.
(lootlt for ihiwt.snt rrr ftlfAM.fr can now tt MMf.f,
fre cvf chirgf, in ln fir ioof warthou nr th
Ms-nine r wnart.
tor freight or paHftje, apply to
ij H lUCKFUM) Si Co, Aj'nti.
r. mm Kit r.n .r co.irrjxv, Jvrnt,
M.rt.i:trhli4 rrriivpi Slorj-gr Fr"-, ami UWr. citU
ulrAiic nuJr on O.ipmctitf tv h I In.
1MB TABLE OF STUAMUHS -
ok i nr.
INTEK.ISI.AND STEAM NAVIUA-
At Milo, Jul) Htlt, to lhe wife of W J. CortcadJeu
a tl Aug titer.
At Milo, July 14th, to the wife of A, li, l.oelnttrii.
WALTUUS At l.ihue. Kauai, on Kaiurtlay morn
'"Kd July '9-hr. UaWlla, the lcloetl wife of Or. St,
Lav id G)nl-m Walters, aged at er
.U-tm .. CommtaJor
Will run ifjuUtly far KONA anj KAU,
Lravet Honolulu at 4 P. M.
r.idy July 31 rvljy Sjrt t
IrlcUv. .,. Aot 1 friUv, it
Fuevlay. ,r ij 'I ueJ)r. ..,,.. . , M i
FriJa) . ' t
Returning, Touchlnf at Maalea
TueiJay ...July 70 Tuevlajr Sept y
FriJav. Anvit-.t HJfruly ' iv
Tutwiy ' i9Tunt(Jy ... ' t
Fnifjy, " t?fl j
Cameron, comimrklfr, teaet Honolulu tvery Tum
Ua at spin, for Naillvsill, Kolui, F.Uele, anJ Wal
inea. Kaua!. Ktiurntng leatet Nawiliwili vttf
Steamer J nine Makre,
Freeman, coiitinaiiJrrf leaves) Hutiolulii ttry Thurj
illy, at 1 p. in, fur Kapaa and Kllauea. Keturu
jn(flcaet Knuai every Monsiay ai p.m., and touctt
!n at Watanae totli wav.
Steamer C if. Jllthop,
I)ali, commander, leae Honolulu every Tuesday
at 4 r.fti. fjr Kukuihale. Honoba.and Faauhau. K
turninf tnim at Honolulu every Sunday niutiiin,
X-iT OFFICE of the Company, fox U KilauM
Street, near the I' M. S. S. Wharf, if j
0 JOHN NOTT.
AT THL OLD STANd! NUMBER, C KAA
Ctiurt HouMton Hawaii..
Court Hixtse ou Maui
Court House on Lana,
Coutt lloueon Kauai.
Capt. A. N. Tripp, ha. lenthii day appointad JI
lor of Oahu Prison
W. C. I'AUKK,
Manlial Hawaiian Kindduru.
Marshal' Office, Honolulu, Jut 10, iCS.
Ci!AS.T. OULICK, '
Miniier of the Interior.
At the annual meeting of the Stockholder of K. O.
Hall A Son (I'uniied), held at their office July 95, iSS,
the follow In officii were elected for the eiuuiiig ear
W, W. Hall President and Manager
U C. Able.. Secretary and 'Iietvurr
Oeorge K. Howe. ,. ... . Auditor
Henry May and K. O White. .Direcio,
kh 41 L. C AHLKS, Secretary.
A DMINISTRATORS' NOTICE.
The undenijned pcrvn have teen teu letter of
adininUlratloM uiton thc ettale of George I. Emmel.
deicaedf by the Supreme Court of thi Kingdom, and
hereby give notice 10 all xton Indebtfd to the e&tatt
to nuke tuyment at once, and all perwnt having dainty
riIiim the eiate are hereby notified to present l hem
for ftriilcinent 01 itaud forever tarred.
SAM'L C. ALI.LN.
JObKIMI O. CAUTHK.
AdininiMratort Htate lieu, J. Fmme, Deceased.
otvaiuc Liw iH.-rii(U-s (In tli.it t cloe, nht , liorw tar. on lii way to ln new pulpit
siisxllii-jlly lorl.iTl) the V.'mj;'!s fntviltr ' a rci ent Sunday iiiorninn. " Where are
cute in llie ill-Mils of olliiul lnisiiu- ; you goiiiijio churrh?" lie heani a oi)ii;;
Mr, (iibsonS frieuth wnte Ainereal
laces last Tltiir-iilay, Their good, gra)
chief was ill of his stomach, anil sorcl)
sick of mind. He could not cat, the)
said ; anxiety was driving him towards
an early ami untimely grave,. Hut yester
day ihcy vseie fain to admit that lie
had lieen at dinner with ome fcllo'
.t:itesiiCM, nnd hail eaten hU till with
neatneis, regularity ami ilisjutrh. Query
ii, .Mr, (Jllison ill in mind, txidy or es
tate, or merely s.Jck of offiev, hecnuit
the eoj)lc are diseased of him ?
The hanV hill of Messrs. Ikenbere,
I'ctilion of secretary of lioar J tjf genealogy,
feir payment of salary, laid on talilc to lie con
sidered with the board's report.
A resolution a. carried requesting Atlor
ney General Neumann to state to the assembly
if thc lease of ceiUin water lights to Clans
Sprcclscls for tliirly ) cars at $500 per annum
is a good and binding lease according to
Mr. Isenlierir, obtained leave lo introduce
an act to tcie.ii the act lelatlng to Ihe custody
of public moneys.
i lie order ol the Hay t
The bill to allow defendants two peieinii.
torv challenges in jut) Itlals, In hnh criminal
anil civil cases, w.is lead a third time and
'I lie bill In amend section 1 of chiptcr 2i
ol law of 187.1, relating lo marriage contracts
ami including cuinese leprosy a. a gooti
Rtnund for divorce, was referred lo a select
committee J Messrs. Kaunamano, Nakalcka,
Kaulukou ami I'alohou.
The bill to provide for the payment of all
salaries and eiensc, of thc government was
irfcrn'd to the finance committee.
The third reading of a bill to authotiie
lhe disposing of gotemment lands was con
sidered in connection with Mr. Dole's home,
stead bill. The onlr Joints gained were the
rejection of an amendment in make the max.
itiiiiiii holding 20 Instead ol 1 j acres, and the
iassagc of an amendment wlilcli struck put
lhe maximum limitation leaving much to the
dUctetion of the surveyors, llcfuie consldeia
tinn of the bill was finished, the house, find
ing ilsvlf without a ciuniitm, adjourned.
VVI.OMJUIW's ktSSION klXlYIIIIKtl IMV.
Al a m.lin of die Siocklioldcrs of VVitilrr. Sl.ui.
ship Cornnan f(lti.Ucl). hcUl .t tli.ir olice Klil.v,
July to, 1&I.4, il was soceJ CO lncrc.se lhc r.pilal stack,
of the cuin,.ny Fifty 'tliousMlst lloIUrs.
3. U. fSVfX.. V1.BIJ.
Honolulu, July so, ifid. lo 31
llie jua rtrcbtd per M.ripow mini oilier Ui srrivsltt
VVhilltlir Sur 1 1. ins, Ilif.Vr..! Uron, Clufwl.
Cream Cli.cs.. I .IrUuk't I r J, 'I .U. I runt. ti.
1 ruin, CtaiiWrry Sauce, AhiiMr Sauc, Safwi
lJiciiciff, Jams aoil J.llic, I'tcklcs, OUlJ
OJ, Loui.1 atid Oolunf r.i s lio.Mt
kridish Uit.fa.t 1m, s Uo;
Japan 'lets, lloncd Cliica.it
ki,U TuiV.y,' Cutrtcd
While Oais and Wheal,
Huckwhtal I-lour aM MauU
Ssiup. Orahani rUir. Oal Meal,
Corn ileal. Wheat, Cwn, balky,
Pualoe Cuke. foi.Jec.4 auU Oraau-
UiaU Suar, l-i.th hiyicel, Hat CWwiler,
O.m Clw.iler, Aluici. Miac. Maal, f-alac
Keios.nt Oil, Clack.' cf all kind., kc., c , Ic, Ac
rratsk Ot-ouavd Cult vmrj Dy.
HET IKON tr-OAKCH,
PLUMBING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
AitsuiM WtU PLpJI U.
fSto-raa ttud Bttagaa,
Unde Sam, .Madal&M, KUilSMOSMi. Tip tap, Palaet.
Flora, May, ContMl, GeatiJ ' Friaa, New Kl.al
Opera, Oerby, Wiui. Dully, Gyp., QuaM,
Fainy, Array Kaiif.i, klafna Chaiui,
Hack, Superior, Ma(uet.O.aola, Ala-
mU, HtFipaa, 0-il Oak,
NlsakU, InxooJ aJ
CALVANIZCP IKON tsnj COI-FICIs BOILEI.S
CUR KANOKj, ORAim IKONjWAKB,
NICKKL FLATKO AND PLAljs.
GalvtuiUtd Uea water Pij, U ttUtvi, m
St'', T-s. -.
Uid on at lovMtt ntii, tkUa CMt boa
man ask a friend. "Oh, vvc aregomi'l Jheliank; lull of Messrs. Ikenbere
We ihiiik nut mi valnnet made up iiowe.ft. that lhe Uik' dmire for re- down to the Central Congregational llilion, Havie and Siireckel. is a vver-
in interet of anv manor any ror-li.enrii.iien. i sincere i that Mr. Church. They vty thev have a devil of ronMtlercd dorument, and deserve the
wi at ion will .atUfv the national de- SprecU-U, or onie one else, ha.-, raused a preacher down there. He is a new- cordial support of the leejiilature. It
iiuml for (eform. 'e tru.t the Vine's ;i,m 0 jooV. thing Mralidil ill the face, j one," Dr. Hcluend himself wa the will doubtlew be juv.ed ub.tantiUy as
confiiUnt nuy make latii reiHae ihis. tbauhe Ving lu, s'ouie o Uitdit3nvJ "iiewoi" drawn.
1 hlrd leading of a bill til facilitate lhe cn
lll,,,. nf M.c 1.1.1 Oil lnl.li. I,, Iu. rti
siilered nilh a similar bill. The lwdicir Cciminillee repotte.1 a recom
Mr. Itichardson, cm nivpen.Ionof the rules, rnendation i that no u should )ie passe.1 pla-
reiavie.1 lliat it bad pletuedlhe king lo sign cing the lloiiolulu I'olife Coucl on . ciflcicitl
the bill cra-iting a suli.id) if$l,joo a trip to fwj'na fron. other twlice cotlits on the islamK
the CVea.iic hlcamvlup c'lmiun). A lepnil frnui Mlnluer liulick, thov,liii cot-
Ihlnl reading of a bill m allow issu per- ,al" I"'"I' f i'l moneys, was c.rdeteil
...,,,..,. ,4oll,.n,.... l hs iri-,1. Mr W Plilltcl,
O. . Smith moved the ciuisideraiioci of this hill Tw onlti of lh day was consideration of
lie )a..ncd until tl.e inlruliicci of llie bill iiiwnpiuHc inn, , motion o rcicr it
lie press-ot, Canied, 1 " linancecominittec was lot,
Ses-ond reading ofa bill o intend section . Jlr, l''1 '! l' method r5coise. has
.t9S of the Civil Colti, relating lolheilividing teen lhe one Bem-rally idoptnl under the old
of lhe Islands Inio two distiicl.. On the svstem nf Iwn houses. It has been f-imiJ rv
motion of Mr. Smith, the bill wis indefinitely jwlidiwu hrn there was onlr one approprU-
tKbiponsil, t'on toll, and would be more so in Ihe present
' confusion, when the minister, knew neither
MOmv S SfaSIOS-siXrVFmsT WAV, the;, oul, minds nor the millcl cf the king and
IV-iitions were pietcnted as follows t were of no more service lo the nation than
lis Mr. Kaunamano, lint $110, said to lx lour ladly Ui lanced weathercocks wciuld be.
due certain guarU at Oalm I'd, 1 paid The act to facilitate lhc aciminng and settle,
ihctn. To liullcjaiv eiiminitlctf. menl of hoinecleads vsse.l lo 1 111 id leading,-
lly Mr. Kaulukou, trui the setting ofT of j Mr, Kalua't luinioit-ad bill was laid cm the
lirewucks ill Honolulu I prohibited, On liable,
table- to be cousidcii-d. with similar bill, The bill amending lh I'enil Code, section 4,
lly Mr. Kauwlla, thai (he wage, of mail chapter 61, providing Itnapitals (ci lepers on
caniers in INiiu Uislticl Ik ii.ctcaset. On. lhe cllffcicM islands wm contlJertd in the
Uble, , Icomroillec of the lwle axw) its passage
A itpoit was preu-nted tiy the ficuDcr'com- iccommervlesl.
UAVK VOUR ORUIiBS,
tr GOOO.S VEUl'EKKP TO AttY
1-.4KT OF THR CITY J-KEE OF
LmiI SoU Pio.
HaiiN rursUlUtac OoU.U tkUdav
All sitae anj iaJel, Ltd aiij luce huapa. Umhu
Fao-p., Oaltaalatsl Iron, Skast Cuppar a4
ill. I UaJ, l.d Fip., lid Flat
Water Ooatrt.. Haiti. alaU
atJ b4U, aacnlt
CHANOat-UKS LAMFS AND LANTXk
i.V COOKIXd STO
A ncw method of tentilatlng the
not liecome wggy or heavy from the
the meat ha thc flavor produced by
For talc by
, aoi-i m No. , Kiahumwtt
Oven so that in baking the food titW
.team or moisture In tire Oven, mm!
roasting befort an open fite.
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