Newspaper Page Text
' ' I!
' ( i
DY C. 8. DARTOW.
ON WEDNESDAY, - - - JUNE 19th,
AT 19 A. M. AT PALES ROOM. WILL BE OLD i
tj .lhe Following Merchandise!
' ' ' ' HJtOWN COTTON".
ELL' K CrTToN?,
' YICTUKIA lAWSi,
Tobacco untl Ciui-H I
UBLi. OF ALF
CA!U OF KKKOfKNE.
UMK SEXTANT. IS OOOD ORbKtt.
C. l. KlRTOW. A act's-.
THK CN'DERHIOCD OFFERS FOR SALE
VALUABLE PROPERTY !
H. A. WIDE2IANN, AT PUUNUL
The Land eoopriM over 190 acres, la two separate piece.
Oa oa krcc is a
Tito Story Dwelling House !
containing right rooms.
t ' " -
I ft lj0 With all lb? lycemry Oat .looses.
Also, another Dwelling House!
with Oat linvac. Part of th Land 1 feoe-d with a Stone
Wall. WMr Piprs an laid to both dwellings and are supplial
from A nvr failinc spring. -
A plan of th ntrty mar be eeo at fale Room, and
farther infuroiaUon io r.y application to
C. 8. BARTOW.
J. W. GIBBS,
Piloting In all Bnntbe, 90 Klig Street.
r... .. irri.i,t tl'ilnn'a Rlnrksmith ShoD-
Tr Smallest order promptly attenaVd to
Fire and Marine Insurance.
WflE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
By the Piremen'i Fund Iniurance Comp'y. i
of San Francasco to writ both Fir and Marine risks, are pre- (
pared to accept Insurance oo
Dwrlliag., Baiiwiw. Mrrefcaaaiw, Vmrml- j
latr. Vrwrl la Pari, aaa lake
Cars Risks I thl j, aad all foreign rrtf,
at U aioat "avocaM Hate.
ju81y BISHOP A CO.
MUSKETS, MUSKETS; MUSKETS ! !
l.nV OP SUPERIOR Ml'S-
KXu, Jt ReCKienl and For Sale Cheap by
jaU No. 40 Ifort Street.
KEALOHA & PANEE,
House, Ship and Sign Painting!
ffAVING OPENED THEIR SHOP ON THE
I& bov atreet, are prepared to do all maoDer or wora u
their line of bainn.. Chrf reajoaWe, and all work d.oe
with neatoeaa and dupatch. J 9 T
ATLAS FROM LIVERPOOL!
To Sugar 31P1ilh1 oi", I
MERCHANTS AND OTHERS, j
rmMK i;?8IKIX!'ICSNED HATE RECEIVED
M. by above bip the fallowing; :
Z, S. and 4 inch EnlUh Leather Betting, and beat Belt
. - C iaeh 4 ply Rubber Bekiog,
6-S RaauJ Leather Belling,
Out Bands and Steel Coupling for governora.
Rubber Packing, 1 , 1-8 In. thick,
TICK'S PATtXT PACKING
newest improvement, 3-8. 1-2, &-8, and 5-4 inches.
Wirt Cloth, for Centrifugal wove to 10 inch wide and gal
Perforated Bra Platea for Centrifugal,
Heavy Steel Square, Round and Octagon, from 3 inches
Also, a Small Lot of 1-8 in. Sheet Steel !
Full aortment or all kinds of Heavy ami Light, Square,
Round and F:at
Also, naif Round Iron,
Boiler IroQ from 3-8 Inch downward.
Boiler Rivet, from 3-4 inch downwards.
WROUGHT IROA FIFING,
JPipe Mou.ntijig !
Cock; Valve. Tee. Klbow, Nipple. Kcducera, AC
Bailer Oaagea of nil kind, American and EnaJinn,
-pub and Washer from 1 1-2 iocbe downwards.
ISauge-Glaiae for Vcnom Pan. M In. by 1 1-4 in. dla.
Bet 5coteh Gauge Olame for Ste.ia Boiler,
Patent Needle Labrtct.irs'.'i1
Machinery made to Order!
Sugar Mil-., Vacuum Pans.
Steam Knci"', Water Wheels, Centrifugal,
Coolers, Evaporators, Cleaning Pans,
Sorghum Pans, Steam Boiler, and
All Other Kinds of Machinery
for Plantation work.
BOILING DOWN APPARATUS!
for Callle mr Sheea.
Jul HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
HAVING RECEIVED THE APPOINT.
MSI if aa Jfnt of tkt Mutual Lift Insurant C,
of New i aval for th Hnwailn Islaada. I am rrepared to settle
w.th aR paxoe hnvma; any lnaurance .ine w.th the former
Ment- (mh30) SAM'L U. WILDER.
HONOLULU EIRE DEPARTMENT
. AT THE STATED MEETING OP THE
Department held on the 6th Inst., the following named
gentlemen were unanimously chosen Fire Warden of the city
of Uoooluia for tne euaiaa; jew.
JNO.TIBBETS... - Diatriet No. 1,
R OILLILAXD DUtrict No. 2.
HUGHES - IMUct Sa 3,
AULO...... ........District No. 4.
CHAS. T. OCLICK, Sec'y. H. F
Hnnoinla. Jane 7. 1S?
MT A BS FACE FROM THIS
Kinsdom. sTewrs. C. BKEWKkl A Ci slSary ageota.
Honolulu. Jan. I, 03)
DURING MT ABSENCE FROM THE
Ktogdnm, I hareainDed Mes-r. MAX ECKART. my
brother and . K- .AsON.to take charge of my boaineaa.
1 7. ...,a wa-iu-v
. t. jwrsnB witdw manniacuun bum w v w
. & . aaba M atal sw at
t T.riHC MT ABSENCE FROM THIS
JLf Kingdom Mr. CHAS. T. U CLICK will be my oly aa-
I thorised attorney, and wiu nave ciurge oi my ,""-
t JNO-H. TUUMPSOS.
Hoootala. March gib. 1172. . w-sr apo tf
1 BUCK'S PUBLIC HOUSE STOVE,
with nine 10 inch bole, extension top, whh dapticata
Br BclntfS and eover. Just lha arUcia required for
a Restaurant, can t seen ai
NOTT St CO.S, Kaahamana Ft.
BY E. P. ADAMS.
At SALESROOM of E. P. ADAMS.
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 18th.
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M-
l'CH A! :
liKOWM WIIITK COTTONS,
LI. VEX AM COTTOV IJRILIS.
ULA XK KTS. WOOLKS - COTTOV,
COAL1ROSS, CARD MA1CIIES,
ROI'E, KEROSEXK OIU
OVSTERS, VKAST POW DERS.
JR U X ES, C V RIt A XTS,
CANDIED PEEUS, CRACKERS,
PLATES. BOWL. NAPPIES,
BROWN" SUGAR. AVc. A-e.
E. P. ADAMS. AuctV.
BOSTON and NEW YORK.
EX dl'EEX EMMA k D. f. UllUY,
A GREAT VARIETY OF
New Books and Novels,
Stationery and Paper,
Juveniles, Music Books
Cloth Toy Books,
Among the Book, are :
Bayard Taylor'a Book of Trareli, new ;
Mark Tain' InDOcenU Abrowl and Roufrhing It,
Tl(D.li-' Abominatinna of Modern Society,
Rtyard Taylor' Panst, Jote.
What to do and Why,
Klgar A. poe'a Po-um.
Ilaawell'a and Nystrooa Kngineer'a Book.
11 Vol. Gold Hunter' aerie.
- Charles Iicken' complete work, beautifully illustrated
12 Vols. Ilnoi Circle Seriea,
Chamber' Inlbrniation for the Pople, 2 Tola.
Chamterlain'a Commercial Law for Busiiu-s Men.
irre Dictionary of Arta and ticience, 3 rola. new edition.
Kaynt A 8iratton' Commercial Law,
liowdiich'a Practical NaTigator, new edition,
Adventoreaof Don Quixote, illusUated, new eilition.
Pimock'a. UolUmith' History of Kni;land,
Prime' Around the Workl, by Rev. I. Prime.
The Whalemen' Adventure in the Sandwich Island,
Fontaine' How the World wa Peopled.
A GREAT VARIETY OF NEW BOOKS !
too numerous to particularize.
For Sale by II . M. WHITNEY
THE FINE NORWEGIAN
Just Arrived from Liverpool,
' AND THE
FINELY ASSORTED CARGO!
la Offered Far Sale.
THE NEW P ATTERNS OF PRINT? ARE
The Invoices include a FULL VARIETY of
Saddlery, &c, &c.
FINE ALES, WHISKEY, WINES !
BAR AND HOOP IRON,
LIVERPOOL SALT, &c.
Three Superior London made
UPRIGHT PIAIVO FORTES !
Welsh Steam Coals, &c, &c.
On Hand, ex Rob't Cowan !
BARRELS NEW RED SALMON.
myl8 THEO. H. DAV1ES.
A RETREAT FOR INVALIDS.
THE CLIMATE OF THESE ISLANDS
I i noted the world over fur general lalubrity, while
y ."r certain uarticular localities in tl.e group are more e-
(wcially favorably known. The district of Rooa, on the lee
idd of Hawaii, na long oeen lamea as a piace or resort iot
those afflicted with affection of the luniis. Not a few cases
have been known of peron who had been given over a sure
to die, by their phyaician in California, altera few month
residence " i the pure, mild air of Kuna, recovering robust
health am taking a new lease of life.
The under' gned, at his commodious house near Kaawaloa,
South Kona, is prepared to furnish good accommodation to
boarders on leasonable term. The steamer Kilauta runs reg
ularly between Honolulu and the port of Kaawal, and
Horse are kept ready at the beach. Every accommodation
and comfort in the way of diet. MILK and HONEY in almn
dar.ee. Lelishtful rides in the neighborhood.
Kaawaloa, 8. Kona, May, 187J. my25
DURING Ml" ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kioicdom, Messrs. J.C. ULADEand ED. FL KSTENAU
are authorize! to act for me under power of attorney.
- Honolulu. May 2&, UVi. (Jul lm) J. C. PFLL'GER.
DILLLIKD FOR SALE !
1 P HEEL AN & CULLENDER Full Sized
. PATENT CUSHION
With Pool Board. Cue and Balls complete, and in good order
(formerly of the Olympic Club) for Sale Cheap at
Jul 3t ED. HOFFSCULAEGER A C0"S.
KEW POTATOES !
IV IS IV POTATOES !
FROM THE KCLA DISTRICT OF MA
RA W AO. will be received every week by the fchoooers
! KA MOI and MOI REIKI.
VESSELS SUPPLIED IN QUANTITIES
At the Sborlrwt Ntrr.
For Sale at
II. E. WcINTYRE A BRO'S.
Corner Port and King St.
j Jul 3m
DICKSON'S ART GALLERY!
Gl FORT STREET,
A LARGE AXS0RT31EXT OF
GILT, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT
Picture F nx g s I
SQ.UARE AND OVAL.
Cheap for Cash..
Pictures Framed to Order.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS !
mHG UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
M pay to the creditors of the Eaiate of Alkxaxdkb Waurx,
deceased. Fifty Per Cent, dividends, at his office in Honolulu.
8. B. DOLE.
ju4 1m w-sw Attorney for W. O. Smith, Administrator.
i United States, New Zealand and Australia
! Mail Steamshin Line.
For SAX FItAXCISCO!
. 1'lie Slt'.'l 111 til i
N OR ABOUT JI NE 29lh.
Awd Other Nr Zrnlsnd lrl. riisur-iinC
Ml Aairklnnd witls Mrumrr, fr Sydairy.
STEAMSHIP 4 NEBRASKA !
ON OR ABOUT JUNE 29lb.
1 r Freight tr ihe steamer will be retired in uleamer
vnarebouae tree of sl'jtae.
Passmirer bo.ke.l through at redured rates to points in the
I'uited Mate and to Liverpool, and alo t jrt in New
Zealand nl Australia.
for freight and Paaiagr, and all further information,
ap Apply to II. 11AC KFELI) A Co.. Agent.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA."
& SI .
June ITtls Kon
June 24lh Circuit of Hawaii
XT PASSAGE C A S II : -a
SAMUEL U. WILDER.
S A i V lit A 1 J I S f 11
TI1K FINE PACKET BARK
&ss22 D. C. VXnxi?ay,
P. P. SHEPHERD. Master.
Will have quick LiftpfUchlfur the above Poit.
For freight or passage, having superior accommodation fo
cabin and steerage passengers, apply to
jal5 C. Hit E W E R 4- Co., Agents.
For Portluml Iirect.
THE FAST.SAILINO BAKKENTINE
Jane V. U'alkiiibiirg,
T. J. FORBES, Master.
Will hare Quick Distich for the ahove port.
For freight or passage, apply to
j,,15 2t CASTLE & COOKE, Agents.
BOSTONOLULU PACKET LINE !
AS C. BREWER &i CO., AGENTS.
'jt Favorable arrangements tan always he made for
tfcjSfc Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone, Wool. Hides
and otner Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Ports, f r Cah Advances ma.le.
h ly C. BREWER & CO.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
iSiSrV c DREWER Ai CO.. AGENTS.
tA Merchandise received STOKAGE FKEE and
CjjSE? liberal cash advauces made on shipmeuts by this
line. (fe24 ly) C. BREWER k CO.
Regular Packet for Kona and Kau.
The New Clipper Schooner
U I 'is A n A ,
Captain J. II. Hatlieid,
j Will run regulsrly on the above route, having excellent ccom
j modations for passengers and freight.
! For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on board,
jor to (mh23tf) TIB BETS A: SORENSON.
' 1 v Cotnnsnw t& ZtV'lVTA
Will run as a Regular Packet to the above port. For Freight
or Passaire apply to
ap6 3m WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAHAINA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
E. D. CRANE, Master.
M ill Ron Regularly bet ween This Port and Lahaina,
HoDolnla Saturdays and Lahaina every Weduesdays.
ap3 3in II. II ACKFELD A Co.. Agents.
Regular Packet for Uaualei, Kauai.
X THE CLIPPER SCHOONER
4gj FAIRY QVKJBnr,
It A A IN A. MASTER.
Will Sail as a Regular Packet an above.
For Freight or passage apply to
aj,6 3m WALKER A ALLEN.
AGENTS FOR THE
jUKA. ROli ROY,
LI LI C, ISABELLA,
"TV LIVE YANKEE,
KINAU, AND IIOKTLELE.
Freight at fair price and goods properly handled.
mh30 WILDER tf CO.
SEE MY COLUMN!
Not THIS, but the Other One!
Queer! Very Queer!
IN MY ADVERTISING COLUMN. MY
Anchors and Chains for sale are crowded out and are
amongst the Notions (a British Notion.) They will be sold
cheap, very cheap.
Funny! Very Funny!
In my Advertising Column, my Bin! Traps. Eird Houses
and Breed i ig Cages, of which 1 have a spleodid assortment,
are crowded out. Th-y will be sold cheap, very cheap.
Queer! Very Queer!
My Pills Blair's, Whelptou's and Cockle' are crowded out
and are included in the Notion.
Iron Posts for Wire Fencing, which I will sell for 2o cents
each, is much less than the raw material coets here.
Tie Faanirst f nil Brussels Carpet which I have
for sale, a splendid article, and guaranteed of equal quality, at
30 per cert , les than the Carpet for the New Hotel cost in
San Francisco, beside which, freight, insurance and duty must
be added to the i-an Francisco cost. It would take a mathe
matician to C-- leu late the los Incurred by not purchasing here.
Not Queer or Very Queer!
The Steamer Kilauea I a decided success and materially as
sists to promote trade and develop the resources of the Kingdom
The New Hotel.
There has leen a difference of opinion in consequence of
Opthalmia. I am morally certain it will be a decided succesa
in promoting the interests of these fair islands, and a great
benefit to them.
I.m1?inr House Reeper need not quskeor seek a redaction
j in rent, for they will have their share from the elr cumber
of visitors to see tne woouers 01 wis iv.nKouu;.
This National Hotel, so much needed f.r the npboilding of
our Sunny Islands, will, in conjunction with other olid im
provement, immortalize the reign of KiicnxiiUA Vm. Long
may he live and reign. ..-.
f'3 JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE.
THE UNDERSIGNED RETURNS
thank to all patron for past favors, soliciting
anv nnn.iil nmrtpri, account to the 31 st December. 1S7I.
desiring to hive settled without any further effort to joe par
tie' memories, as it i a perfect bore to DL'N. and object to it.
His prices have been liberal and should be paid. It is, he
thinks, taking advantage of good nature.
fe3 JOHN THOMAS WATERHOCSE.
TO LET !
SEVERA L COTTAGES RE
fcPECTABLY situated. Also. one Mansion to let. Srfi
with an allowance in rent for improvements in
Ihe shape of ahrobs and choice trees.
Also a School Uoose or Shop. App'yto
fe3 JOHN THOMAS WATERHOCSE.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM T HE ISL
AM lS, 1 have appointed my wife. MARY T. BEN FIELD,
to act as my Agent. Sly business oo King Street will be con
tinued usual under the supervision of Mr. Gideon West.
Honolulu. My 17, 187i. (my!8 ot) M. BEN FIE LP.
a THE UOUSE AND PREMISES ON
Nuuanu Avenue, at present occupied by W. L. Green,
JaiaL Esq. Possession given April 1st.
Alao, the House and Premise adjoining, possession given
immediate.'y. For particulars apply to
p6 tf C. E. W ILLIAMS or J. H. WOOD.
FOR SALE !
THE PREMISES LATELY OCCU
PIED by W. Fischer, on Hotel Street,
my 11) Enquiie of J. II. PATY.
JCI THflS. WATERflDlISB,
ENGLISH, FRENCH. AMERICAN
GERMAN GOODS !
UETU RNS THANKS FtlR PAST FA VORS
Advertises for his own Benefit and eogaar not to be
L udersoldi (oiT. He offer the following Goods For Salt
Consisting of :
DRV GOODS, CROCERIES. CUTLERY.
PAINTS. OILS, COLORS.
WITH a GREAT VARIETY of NOTIONS
NOT INCLUDED IN TUIS ADVERTISEMENT.
MJ Shirtings. Sheeting,, variety of Damssks. Carpet.
Axmlnester Rugv Tweeds, Mnlrskins, English Coburg.
French Merinoes, assortea toiors,
Green, scarlet and magenta Bane,
White Marceila Be.lqailti, nd oilier vaneUes,
fotton Turkish Sheets anJ Towels,
White and grey Linen Huek Towels. Horse Blankets,
White, biue, grey, scarlet and green Blanket, of various
qualities; Horrockses Loug Cloth,
Fancy colored and white ground Prints, including patterns
verv clvsiranie lor nauve iraur,
Linen Drills, fheeting and Shirting. Diapers, c,
blue Flannel, Scarlet Flunnel, W hite Flannel,
Silk Grenadine. Veil llarege,
Black, white aDd brown Linen Thread.
Brooks' and other Spool Cottons, Crochet Cotton,
Blue Drilling, White Corduroy. Amoskesg Heniecs,
Tape Checks, Cambrics, Silesias, Ladies' Coiset.
Buttons and 'f rimming. Black Silk Elastic,
All colors Berlin Wool, Black Ciape.
GENT'S HATS MADE BY CHRISTY & SON.
Ladies' Hat and Bonnets, Children's Hats,
Men's and Boy' Superior Straw Hats,
I -lilies'. Children's and Gent's Gloves, various;
While Pique, Silk Umbrellas. Cotton Cmbrellas,
Gent's Liuen and Paper Collars, A very fine line of all
kinds of Shirts, plain, colored wool and merino;
Neck Ties, Men's Half Hose, wool and cotton;
Ladies' superior WhPe and Brown Stockiors,
A Complete Arctic Outfit !
All that a Whaler or a Fisherman would reqnlre.
Merino Undershirts and Drawers,
Linen and Lawn Handkerchiefs, Carpet Bsgs,
Men's and Boy's Caps, all description;
Pilot Coats, uot to be surpassed; Black Cloth Sacs,
Kersemere Suit, Tweed Suit. Blue Flannel and Doeskin
Pants, for men, youth and boys. Regatta Shirts.
Jean Shirts, Turnover Shirts, Jack Shirts, Linen Hats,
L, -i 1... v. j .. ,. nwh ; r I ' li .f h
I Table Oil Cloth, ch iice patterns; Bertha Skirts,
I Victori Lawn, Black Grenadine, Damask Stripes,
I Tape Check, Cambrics, Hair Cord Checks,
! 40 in. Glased Jaconet, Water proof Tweed, various solors,
j Silk Velvets, Tailatans, Crochet Edging,
j Everlasting Edging, Ladit-a' Marone Collars, Jaconet Sets,
Nillson Sets, Linen sets, lce iies, .raconei otuoj.,
Insertions, Book Scollops, Infant's Frock Bodies,
Cambric Skirts, very heavy tmDro:uerea ckin?,
Good Selection of Goods
Leap Year !
Handkerchiefs, silk: Linen and Cotton Printed Hanilkerchiefj,
Table Covers and Piano Covers of all kinds; Alma Caps,
Prince of Wales Caps. Silk Puggarees, Negro Cap,
Alpacca Umbrellas, Silk Parasols and Sunshade,
A I parr a and Cotton do., Linen Ticking.
Child's Fancy Wool Hoots. Wool Bonnets, Wool Bodices,
Wool CIouils, Ladies' Fancy Wool Ties, Wool Scarf),
Aberdeen Hose and Half Hose, Military Half Hose,
Bspginp and Burlaps Black Silk Cord and Tassels,
Mohair Goods, Chenille Uocxis, Black Silks, Fancy Silks,
Trimminifs of all kin, Is, Buttons all kinds.
Shawls all kiniis. C;ine a great variety. Lace Shawls,
tilk Handkerchiefs, fust colors Pink Girghams,
Turkey Red and Yellow, Turkey Csmbric,
Striped and Padded Linen Drills, Honey Comb Towels,
Cotton and Linen Towels, Cable Cords, Terry Cloth.
Pie Fruits, Pickles, CarboiiHte Soda. Spit Pess,
Canary Seed, Hemp Seed, WhiM B-ans. Oatmeal,
Epsom Salts, Yorkshire Hams, Wepha.lia Hams,
Blenched Ginger, Ground Pimento, Ground Cloves,
Mixed Spice, Ground Black Pepjiei, While do.
Ground Ginger, Cayenne Pepper,
Peppermint Rose and Lemon Lozeitfes,
Lemon Peel, Orange -eel,
C- nversntiou Lozenges, Su?ar Stilts, Beth Pipes,
Cream Tartar. Mustard, Saleritusin j trs and bottles,
Table Vinegar, Chile Vinegar, Lea. Perrin's Sauce,
Hnrvej's Sauce, iiesding Sauce, J,hn Bull Sauce,
Beef Steak Sauce, Monul Sauce, King 01" Oude Sauce,
Anchovy Sauce, Chutney Sauce, I niveral Sauce
lie Thinks Enough Nance !
Bottles Salt, Bsgs Liverpool Sail, ly the ton or Lag.
Castor Oil, quarts, pints and half piuts,
Rose Hair Oil,
Lame and small Raspberry and other J ams.
Sago and other Dried Herbs. Pickied Onions.
Capers, Nutmegs, Essence Lemon aud Vanilla,
French Pea. Seidlilz Powders.
Potted Beef. Ham, Tonmie. Salmon,
1 lb tins Cod Roes, flue Hall Blue.
(linger Nuts, from the bakery of Huntley A Palmer.
Also. Osborne Biscuit s, 1 am Bistuiu, Nouaucb Biscuits.
West India Pine Apple in Syrup,
Apricots. Stewed Pears,
A great variety of Som body's Lu?gage, done np in Silver
and gold motto kisses,
With other such like Sweet Things.
S!ad Oil. Salmon Cutlets.
Kippered Herring. Finnan Huddccks,
Oxford SausaKe, Truffled Pate,
1 lb tins Danish Butter. 2 lbs do. tins Mince Meat,
Tins English Plum Pudding,
Bloater Paste, Anchovy Paste, Herrings a la Sardines,
Mackerel Salmon, Fresh Herri.'gs,
Bloaters, sometimes called sailor other times soldiers,
with s raething more that is toothsome.
LATEST tOLlMBIA RIVER SAL3I0X!
In Barrels and half barrels.
Wiltshire Cheese, Chocolate, Sardines in tins,
COAFISCTIOA'ERY, &c, &c.
Beyond a doubt
THE FINEST BASS' ALE!
In quarts and pints, that can le found in the market.
Barclay & Perkiu's 1'orter, warranted a first rate article,
and very suit ibie for nursing mothers.
Jeffrey's Ale, quarts and pints;
Ind & Coope'i Ale, quarts and pints;
Best Bremen Aie, quarts and pints;
Champagne, quaru and pints, Claret in one dozen cases.
The Wines aud Beers Sold by tbe Original Package.
These are sold by thi Cask or Case only in original
packages, that have not been tampered with.
English Soap, Yellow and Marine, Brown Windsor and
- Castile Soap, De Rubaix Candles.
In regard to this article there is a secret, and can warrant
mine will stand when some other will crack. The late Mr.
Torbert declared he would rather have one cask of my own
Importation than two casks of the average Importation.
Cases Downer's Best Kerosene Oil,
Cases Best American Card Mitches,
Ilubbuck's Boiled Oil in drnros and casks, patent,
White Zinc, Fine White Lead, tireen Paint,
Black Paint, Red Lead, Yellow Ochre, Venetian Red.
Lamp Black. Dry Red, Lead Dryers,
Spirits Turpentine. Plaster Pans,
Saddles of all kinds. Ladies and Gents, not to be beat, i
ttruivi iVnuinp Manilla KoDe. New Zealand Rone. I
The only Lot of Wire Rope in tbe Market,
OnmrhorApt", Pistol. Powdr, Percussion Caps,
-w-s. School Slates. Pencils.
BrSSfh Loaders, Cartridges. Mjsical B ixes.
Concertinas, Accordions. Wax Fruit and Flower,
Glass Shades. Real China Tea and Breakfast Sets,
Dinner Sets. Lawn Croquet Sets, Bagatelle Boards,
r iddle. Flutes. Violin Strines,
Tws of a Superior kind. Crying Babies,
Key les Watches. Bench Axes. Hatchets. Trowels,
Galvanized Wheel B.irrow, Iron Piping, Fire Bnck,
Gimlets. Turners' File. Door Locks, Coest Locks,
Pd Locks. Spokeshaves, Raxrr Strops, Pit Saws,
Cross Cut Satrs, Hand Saws, Trying Planes,
Jack Planes. Smoothing Planes,
Very Superior Butcher Knives. Steel Scia.or",
Dog Chair.e, Putty Knives. Shee Knives. Pincers,
Shoe Rii.ps. Corkscrews, Vices. Farrier's Knives,
Go's, Ho, Spades, Shovels. Galvanized Buckets,
Galvanized Tubs, Galvanized Tanks,
Galvanized Corn Chests. Butt Screws.
Mouse Tritp, Rat Traps. Cat Trap. P Traps,
Wolf Traps, Man Traps. Woman Traps,
Double & Single Harness, Express Harness,
Twine, Fish Lines. Fih Hooks. Mexican Spurs,
Silver Plated Spurs. Turned Spurs. Yankee Axes,
Corrugated Iron, Bed and Wh-te Tiles,
Iron Pots from i gallon to 80 gallons,
200 gallon Iron Try Pots. Tea Kettles,
Iron Saneepans. Ovsl Boilers, Scale and Ealancrs,
Lasts, Shoe Bdls, Leather. Anvils. B!rd Cg-.
Galvanized Arches, Riddles. Spikes, Brnhware,
Flower and Tree Trainers, Jack Trucks, Iron Gate",
Iron Lamp Posts with Copper Lamps, same as in the streets,
Sheet Iron. Flower Pots, fancy and plain.
Wire Fencing, Plain Iron Fencing, less than the price of
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE.
SATURDAY, JCXE 15.
TutiiTr-PrxTii 1aV, June 10:li.
Frvin IUuiakua, prajiu,! that S00 I Appror.ri
ateJ for a roaJ U'twevit Waipio anJ AYiniunau.
To t-e eoasi lerevl with ApproprUtiun Bill.
From KuoUupcku. prating tliat $-A,XX) be tp
prvprinted for a rvl over Nuuiuu iali. Ta be cn
siJwe.I with Ajipn-priation Bill.
From KDolaupwko, praying that a strong Uw t-e
pass-! to prevent married persons from deserting
each other. To be considered with Act to abolish ths
existing lw. j
From Koolaupuko, rrnTing that tax on cattle ;
under two ye-tre of age be abolished. To be consid- ;
ered with bill regnlating tax on animola.
From Koolaupoko praying that the pay of day la- i
borers be raised to cents per day, and that em-
!.-pri pive their sick laborers tea. bread and othr r
warm iuo mi .
From Koolaupoko, praying that actions nnder the
r i I T?.U.t&l
Masters and servants Act in iuiure oe urougui as
civil suits instead of criminal. Referred to Judiciary
From Koolaupoko, praying that S hours per day
be made a legal day's work. Referred to Judiciary
From Waimea. Kauai, praying that the "Act to
Mitigate" be repealed ; that the tax on horses be
reduced to 50 cents per bead ; that sheep be taxed
124 cents per bead ; that a hospital Tor lepers be
established ou Kauai ; that the present Governor
of Kauai be retained ; that parents who t-end their
children to independent school be exempt from
school Ui ; that the Masters and Servants Act be
repealed ; that the salaries of the Kind's Ministers
be reduced ; that the salary of the King be sus
tained. Laid oa the table.
From Waimea. Kauai, praying that G. B. Uowell
be appointed Collector of Customs at Waimea.
Referred to Minister of Finance. Also that par
ents Laving ture than four children be exempt
from school tax. Tabled Also that S 1,500 be
appropriated for repairs to Court House at Wai
mea. To be considered With Appropriation Kill.
A1qi a nttition forb iddinsr the sale ot intoxicating
jlinuors to naturalized loreicners. lauieu
' - . ,. . r fr.vi...i
From Honolulu, praying that tbe Government
jVrnvide bitching posts for horses. Returned.
Through Hon. J. O. Carter, tbe Sanitary Com
I mittee to whom was referred tbe petitions from
Honolulu and Makawao, praying that tbe law to
.nifito tii. ovila nnil liK.iips arising from crosti-
. . . . -
tution " may be repealed, and also tbe act introduced
i by the Hon. Mr. Mikalemi repealing the said law,
report : That they bare carefully considered the
petitions and have held two long laborious sessions,
I during which they have listened to voluminous evi
1 dence from medical gentlemen of reputation, and
' a? L. An.nn n mint n tw rl
Iroui some twenty or mure oi me sumcu nrjwracu
under tbe law. Dr. E. Hoflmann, physician in
charge of the Barracks and Oahu Prison, on exam
ination, said : " That for the past two years there
has been a large increase of disease arising from
prostitution. Dra. McGrew and Stang
enwald have told me that their experience has been
the same as my own. In my opinion the
law has not been productive of tbe good for which
it was intended; but I consider this partly owing to
the fact that the women are not sufficiently under
control." Dr. F. W. Hutchison, President
of the Board of Health, said : Tbe late Dr. Berax
informed me that a large number of women who
came to Maui from Honolulu were diseased, the type
of disease being mild. Dr. Saunders, of Hawaii,
bears the same testimony. I have been particular in
questioning tbe physicians under the Board of
Health, and the testimony that I have is to the effect
that the disease is increasing. I do not consider
that the law has bad the desired effect. In fact, I
believe the evils arising under the law are greater
than the good obtained under it. I believe that it
has the eflect to encourage prooti tution.
Dr. R. McKibbin, Jr., physician in charge of the
Queen's Hospital, and lately in charge of the Dis
pensaiy, established under the law to mitigate, &C,
said : " Have bad charge of tbe Dispensary, es
tablished under this law 12 years. I do not intend
to discuss the morality of the law. For
the last two years, but 48 women have been diseased.
Contrast these figures with the experience of the
first quarter of 1800, when tbe law went into opera
tion, when 111 women were found to be diseased.
From October Cth. 18G0, to January 1st, 1862, two
jears, 212 women were diseased. I admit that there
has been more disease the past two years than for
merly, and I attribute it to tbe fact that the law has
not been enforced by tbe police as efficiently as in
former years. I have the power under the
law to send registered women to the Marshal, who
may commit them to rrison for a term not to exceed
CO days. I have done so in very many instances
within the past ten years. At the Queen's
Hospital , during the first quarter of 18G0, 4'J cases
of syphilis were treated ; first quarter f 1806, 22
cases were treated, first quarter of 1872, 53 cases
were treated. I believe, most decidedly,
that the evils and diseases arising from prostitution
have been lessened by the workings of this law,
r-hifflv imon the other'islands. Honolulu is
I the centre, and if the disease is not controlled here.
the eflects will be telt upon tne otner lsianus. T
So much for the evidcuce of tbe medical gentlemen.
Of the weight of testimony the Assembly may judge
for themselves; but your Committee dedire to refer to
the remark of Dr. Hoffmann, that oce reason why
tbe law has not worked the desired end was, that the
women were not sufficiently under control; and yet
we find that the doctor having charge of the Dis
pensary may, and baa in very many instances sent
womeu to prison, for one or two months, without
benefit of a trial or examination before a Court of
justice, tbe arrests and imprisonments being an out
rage upon the Constitutional rights of tbe King's
subjects, and your Committee can hardly conceive
i bow tne control over tne women can ue euwrgcu.
I W1.A ;ij ..r Avi.laiiia irivnn Ko friA wnmcn . VnllP
j Committee deem it best to suppress in this report, only
j giving such mutter as may tear directly upon the law j
I under examination. Your Committee may say bow- 1
! ever that tbe testimony obtained, after making every j
j allowance reveals a condition of affairs under the law j
I which would shock any Christian community, freely
bearing us out in the assertion that the practical i
! working of the law has demoralized not only the
I women but those to whose control and supervision they j
i were committed. The report of the Committee ein- j
braced the testimony of diflerent women, the burden :
j of evidence from 25 women being that they had I ecn
I forced to take out licenses in many instances when j
j they did not wish to, and they were assured that the
' possession of a license protected them from arrest.
ri,o murt in r-nncl n sit in savs that" After mature
deliberation, your Committee is of the opinion that
I the enforcement of the law has utterly failed to miti
! gate any of the evils or diseases arising from prosti-
tution, out mat it una aK6,i"i"cu
we have no room for doubt, and we therefore believe
that the law should be repealed, and we do now rec
ommend the passage of the Act referred to by us.
Signed by the Committee.
Py non. Mr. Kaukaba to the effect that tbe Minis
ter of the Interior report separately on tbe item
" pay of mail carriers." Adopted.
By Hon. Mr. Naihe, to the effect that the Minister
of the Interior send vaccine matter to the different dis
tricts on the islands, with orders to vaccinate the peo
ple immediately. Th Minister of the Interior sug
gested that people be instructed to furnish tbe doctors
with healthy matter; at present it seemed as though
when the people had been vaccinated they thought
they bad nothing to do with giving the doctors the
matter. The resolution was returned to the intro
ducer. By Hon. Mr. Halemanu, that 40D be appropn
afed for pay of Postmasters in Hilo, Puna and Harna
kba. Pending discussion the House passed to the
OKUKft OK THK DAY.
The Appropriation Bill was taken up in Committee,
Hon. A. F. Judd in the Chair. The item of pay of
mail carriers was read in detail. Motion made to
increase the item so aa to include the pay of a mad
carrier in Kaanapali. Motion made that the items
for the dillerent islands be passed separately. Motion
made to postpone consideration of the item until the
House refer the item to a select Committee of one from
each island to confer with tbe Minister of the Interior,
to report to tbe Committee at some future day.
Adopted. ' Tbe following Committee was appointed
His Ex. the Minister of the Interior, Hon. Messrs.
Kipi, Kuihelani. Kekoa. Rice, and Kaiue. Incident
als and other expenses of tbe Post-office 4234 ; Pay
of Road Supervisors S&000. The report of the Min
ister of Interior was read, as to the separate expendi
tures under this item motion made to amend to
8000 amended to 10000, item passed at S9000 ;
keeper Royal Mausoleum $600 ; expenses of Mauso
leum 00 moved to amend to $300 item passed
at S500 ; pay of Messengers S1144 moved to amend
to SI 000 item passed at $1144 ; Incidentals Interior
Department $2000 ; rent of Government Office
S2100 ; rent of Wharf Lot $2000 ; purchase of Road
Stock $1500 motion made to amend to $1000 item
passed at $1500 ; Road Damages $3000 : Hon. Mr.
Carter inquired why $3000 was asked for when it
was shown that only $40 had been spent during the
last two years. Tbe Minister of Foreign Affairs ex
plained that the administration had in course of prep
minn low to ena.Kl them to widen certain streets.
Lthey having been prevented from doing so in the past
tnrougn tne neiectiveness oi ensuug ubj. v
tion deferred until the bill proposed U? iutnxiutvd.
Roada anJ Bridge t)ho S&XXL motion mad to
auiead togllOuO ium poaaed at SKKX) motion
made to insert aa Item for a Bridge at Lwa SSO0C ;
carried. Motion made lo insert an Item for Nuuacu
Pali S200U0 ; Hoo. C IL JudJ, who made the mo
tion ftate-l that if the item reused be houM introduce
a bill, compelling the Minister rf the Interior to Hnd
the money L r that purpose. Hon. Mr Carter wmliel
to know what pood such a bill would do. It waa his
firm belief that tbe Minister of the Interior bad a
nut profound eoBtcmpt for all billa and appropria
tions p.-ed by the Hous. If he wuul 1 aa-t al le the
wi.-hrs if this House as expressed by the vote vf the
members, he would not pay any attention to an Act
passed ly them. In other countries we tidut have
a rtuiedv. Lut here vou may impeach a Minister, and
theu he will t-e tried by the Noble, and I am t f the
opinion that is whittling down the thing t an ab
surdity. Hon. A. F. Judd ws opposed to the item of S2t
000 for the Nuuanu pali. bectuse be did not believe
in the system of transfer that bad crept into the ad
ministration, and aa be was convinced that tbe item
would not be expeuded for the palt road, be did not
favor the placing a' their dipoal a sum of money
for them to do as they ple-ed with. He did not
.i:.. ; m-a th intention of the rreent ad-
minwmtmn to hull,! a hriJire at Cwa. and he objected
to items beinir introduce! into the Appropriation
. . . . ..f il.a
UiII, unless there waa an lmmeuiai prwpevt oi iue
worx oeing aone.
The Attorney General was of the opinion that it
would take S&0.000 to grade the pali road, and that
expending $20,000 on it would be like throwing that
sum into tbe sea Ha aaid that it might V a great
convenience to have the work done, and to it would
to have a bridge built from Oahu to Kauai, but it
might ct too much.
Hon. A. F. Judd was not willing to go any further
on tbe Appropriation Bill, unless the ministry were
willing to avow their intention of paying some atten
tion to the wishes of the House aa expressed ly their
votes. He would inquire of tbe ministry whether
they intended to expend the money appropriated for
the purposes named in the bill, or whether they In
tended to act their pleasure in the matter.
Hon. Mr. Hitchcock endorsed the stand taken by
Hon. A. F. Judd. It would bi folly in ua to pawi
items just to swell the list. If the ministry Intend to
veto the acts of this House, I cannot eee what use
there is in our voting anything. The habit baa pre
vailed of saddling the ministry wi'h the responsibil
ity of expenditures ; this has grown out of the prac
tice on the part of the Ministers of spending what
money they choose. If members knew that the money
appropriated would be epent, it would make the
members more careful in making appropriations. It
made him, the speaker, sick at heart to think that
after he and bis brother representatives bail urged
upon tbe House the necessity of spending money in
their districts, and they had voted the sums required,
the Ministers should set aside the appropriation at
their pleasure. .
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, speaking in the
name of his colleagues, aaid that the words of the
members from Honolulu and Hilo reached tbe Minis
terial side of the House with a cheering effect ;it
made no differenoa that the words conveyed a reproof,
they were cheering. The ministry will feel call!
upon to disburse the funds, except in cases where an
appropriation ia made to satisfy some section, district
or constituency, in which case they would probably
incur the displeasure of tbe representative by exer
cising their judgment in the matter. If the House
pass an act appropriating a sum of money for aome
work of national importance, then it ia very likely
the matter will receive the serious consideration of
the ministry. At the time it waa voted in this House
by a very large majority to send for libor to the
southwest, tbe Ministry adopted the policy of the
House against their undivided opinion of the "ruit
lessnesa of such an undertaking. If an appropriation
is made that expresses the honest wishes of the people
&t larre, then that expression amounts to almott an
enactment, but if a sum of money ia voted in one
case because it has been in another, then the Minis
try will exercise & discretionary power. In relation
to Nuuanu pali, the speaker thought it might be a
good idea to appoint a committee to find out what
could be done.
The committee then rose, reported progress and
asked leave to sit again on Friday.
House then adjourned.
Thibty-Skvesth Day. June 13tli.
Hon. A. F. Judd, from tbe Judiciary Committee,
reported against the petition contesting tbe election
of Hon. Mr. Knpakee report adopted.
Hon. A. F. Judd, from tbe Select Committee, to
w hom -Aras referred a bill to reduce certain costs of
Courts reported by submitting an amendment to
the bill report accepted.
Hon. Mr. Poli introduced a resolution that tbe
two soap factories at Leleo be removed, as the
stench arising therefrom was dangerous to the?
health of the community. Indefinitely postponed.
Hon. Mr. Carter introduced an amendment to the
Constitution providing for the two Houses of
Nobles and Representatives siting separately.
Tbe Minister of the Interior gave notice of bill
to amend Sec. 1284 and 10!)G of th Civil Code,
also, to amend the Act iu relation to keeper of
hotels and restaurants, nnd the Act regulating the
sale of deadly poisons.
Hon. A. F. Judd read for the first time tho
amendment to the Act mincing certain costs of
Courts. On motion the rules were suspended and
the attended bill was read for the second time, and
was p issed to engrossment.
Him. Mr. Kekoa gave notice of a bill to exempt
parents who have a great many children from ihe
OKDEK OF TUB DAY.
Upon consideration or the bill to amend Section
503 of tbe Civil Code, on its third reading, the
House took up tbe amendment.
Hon. Mr. Carter said that bis colleague from Ho
nolulu took the ground ibat this amendment waa
unnecessary, as Sees. 48 and 4S7 covered the
ground. The speaker was of the opinion that
under tbe present Act. no allowance was made by
the judges on the plea of poverty. It was tbe
speaker's wish to make the difference between the
beasts ol the field, and man made in the image of
(Jod as wide as possible. Under exisling law a
horse could be taken and sold for the payment of
taxes, and a man taken nnd his labor sold for the
same purpose. I cauuot find that uny of our laws
provide that moral men are exempt liom ihe oper
ations of any law. The Constitution does not pro
vide that o moral men have certain uninalienable
rights, but includes within its scope all men. Sev
eral members spoke at length against the bill.
Hou. Mr. Bishop said that while be thought that
there was but lit'.le dancer of the bill panning, he
would like to say r. few words. He was opposed
. 1. II
to the Dill on moral ana pouue grounus. n was
of tbe opinion that the bill would fouler and de
velop some of the worst traits in the Haw a'ian char
acter. The effect of tbi3 Act w ill be toexcu.se the lazy
and improvident from tbe payment of taxes. Tbe
liberality of Ilawaiians towatds those wb choose
to live oil them is notorious. An industrious poor
man will allow the lazy able-bodied to live on the
product of bis labor. Th ru can be found in this
city at any time hundred of able-bodied fellow
who are absolutely earning nothing, and an execu
tion nn them would le-iult in findinir absolutely no
property. Such people ought not to be supported
in idleness oy tue luuusmou. iunc in uu mem
in being free and generous or even easy on men
who are purposely poor, as there is in exempting
the poor from sickness and Infirmity. There might
perhaps be an amendment made to exempt from
the operation ot this law such as have lost their
property after assessment. Such an amendment I
would Kiippo t. But to Uke ofT these taxes from
able bodied men, would be a damage to the men
themselves as well a to the country at large. The
constitutional question has been thoroughly dis
posed of by the remarks of tbe Hon. Mr. A. F. Judd,
tbe other day on this subject.
Hon. Mr. Carter wauld go on and discuss tbe con
stitutional question, but be confessed to being some
what disheartened after bearing tbe remarks of
some of tbe native members on that point, showing
iht thpv had failed to anureciate it. it really ap
peared to bim a though the furiker discussion or
bis bill would result in putting still further burdens j
on the people and adding new restrictions on per
sonal liberty of the subject, and he would therefore
close the debate.
On the motion to reject the bill, the ayes and noes
were taken, and resulted, ayen. 25 noes. 8.
The bill to amend section 15. chapter 16. of the
Penal Code, (in relation to whipping) was read a
Hon. Mr. Carter thought it was bardly necessary
to speak in favor of this bill. Tbe practice of pun
ishment by whipping was a disgrace, both to tbe
person who inflicted it and the one wbo receive! it,
nnd it was out of use in any civilized country.
Hon. Mr. A. F. Judd agreed with bis colleague
fully. Tbe statute was almost a dead letter. having
buen put in practice but once in bis recollection
during two years, by a sentence in the Police Court
Tbe bill passed to be engrossed.
The bill to repeal Article 23d of tbe Constitution,
(marriages ot the Rojal Family) was returned to
tbe introducer, as being informal.
Tbe bill to amend Section 8, Chapter 9, of tbe
Penal Code, (whipping) came up on its second read
injr. and was amended and parsed to enrrvofisment.
Upon consideration of the bill to repeal Section 6
of the L?per Act, making the property f persons
confined on account of leprosy charge.abie with their
His Ex. the Attorney General -was of. the ODinin
that if the law was, aa surmised by the member from
Honolulu, a dead letter, that it might be perhaps
left alone. It waa fair to presnrae that no harsh
enforcement of the law would fUow our leaving it
on tbe Statute book. The spoer could see no good
reasan why the leper should not pay something
towarJs Lis aupport duilo,? a life that in ut
luataocea ia prolonged to ten, twele, or mora yeart.
Hon. Mr. Carter was of the opinio that tbe Ftate
waa Uon4 t ear fr it aiek, aud that a Hi at waa
ever lospuverisJied by doiot; so. It bd t-eeo ug
gmual that bat iitUe If any properly Wad bsn aiJ
unJrr this law. Tba speaker waa not willing to
admit this to-be th : b knew nothing
how much or bow little lad been thua avid. It
might be well to c!l for aa investigation. It Ua,J
been argued that tbe leper waa not civilly dead, bwt
as the Laving contracted the leprt-y, was a Irza!
ctaMvf divorce, the aw aiA cled sr legally
T. Atf. rnev (General wished to InonirTAn Whai
respect tbe condition a person effiicwd i
diDered frta that of au incurably in
ii. it. i ..--.. .;UK.I ktww if th4rtt Wftfl OT
llt'H I , X l m t-onim v w.w-- w
Uw providing for tbe aaie of an incurably
pen property to defray the exue of bis being
takeu CAf ot by the Slat ! , .
The Attorney General waa not r that there waa.
TLa tabn,it waa made by oue tY the lfcpreaeat-'
atitea that the property of a foreigner, once rti
d;nt of Lahatna, had U-en sold by the Government
under this Uw. The lYesident of the Board r
Health deuied positively the truth tf tbe staleiBeat-
After another half hour's arguuieule pro. and own.,
tbe bill was paeJ to its third reading aud ngne
nient. , .
Upon consideration f the bill to amend fraction
101 of the Civil Code, In relation to boatJicenaea,
motion was made to indefinitely otpone, which wa
carried. ' '
House adjjnrned. , -
TiiiKTT-KttiiiTU Hat, JB HtU. , ,
Hon. Mr. Kabacanul introduced a resolution to
the tfTect that the llouae do Dot luko a rvcesa at
noon, but remain in session until adjournment U 1
or 2 o'clock P.M. Rejected.
Hon. Mr. Binhop gave notlco of a bill to amend
the Act in relatiou U collection of taxe.
lion. Mr. Aholo Introduced a refolntlon lo Hit
effect that as tbe small pox la Incieoalng, everr
bonne be aearcbed for casea that may be coiioraWtL.
lion. A. F. Judd did not belkve that ther wa'
any occasion to pass such a reiwlntlan. aa tliw
police and Board or Health were wry J nergetlc,
and that bo believed that all case that looked at
all like small pox were reported. If the speaker
thought that there waa any neglect on tbe part or
tbe proper ofticere be would be In lavor ol adopting
the resolution, as it waa, however, be thought it
Tbe Minister or tbe Interior. In respone lo' In
quiries made, stated that there bad been eleven
cases reported so tar and two deaths. In regard lo
these two cases he would ay that the patient and
their friends did all they could to spread the dla
ease by c.tabiisbing themswlf e In no less than four
bouses In Honolulu before they arrived at WaiklU,
where they were accidentally discovered at tbe
point of death. All that titr.o no Information bad
been given to any member or agent of the Board
or Health. 1 found tbe sick peoplw next dor to
my residence at Walklkl. At oife tim tbe patient
were treated by a Hawaiian doctor. one of tbe
class that some of tbe members bave been so anx
ious to baro licensed wbo Drat gave them cold
water baths, rubbed them over with a preparation
of leaves, and then ordered them to be placed in
s.-parate bouse so that tbe disease might spread. t
When we inquired who Ibis doctor was nobody
could tell us. and to this day we have not ben
able to find bim out, and b ba gon off carrying
the disease with bim, In all human probability, and
no one can tell how many lie may infect wblle pre
tending to cure sick people. 1 make tbeae remarks
to allow bow much help has been given tbe Board
of Health in performing their duties.
Motion to Indefinitely postpone; waa lost Motion
to pass tbe resolution was lost by a vote of 15 lo I.
Bill to amend tbe Act la relation to Ihe changing
of name or persons, read for tbe Drst time and or
OHDEH OF TUB DAT,
Consideration of the Appropriation Bill. Ilea. .
Mr. Martin In tbe Chair.
Military appropriation $80,008; recommendation
made by tbe committee to whom (be Item was re
ferred to amend to $79,500; moved to amend to
$50,000; motion made to amend lo $CR,100; lion.
Mr. Carter proposed to strike, out "0 private
$1800; 22 Landmen $1200; clothing for 52 men
$2080: food for same S379C; band master $1000;
total for two yeara $19,892; strike off $4000 for
purchase of land adjoining barrack; total f 23,91)2;
und supported an nmendment to ffiO.OOO.
Hon. A. F. Judd wished to know what the objec
tion was to the wand ? for his part be considered it
the best part of the Hawaiian army.
Hon. Mr. Bishop was of the opinion that $(15,000
ought to cover Ihe expenses of the military estab
lishment. The Sinister of War concluded the rlebalo by
stating that tho returns from the dally gunrd
showed that 48 men were on duty every day. Ten
per cent, of nick men has been thought to be a large
per contage, but I do not think it Is a large number
without considering the Indiscretions of young men
that lemporarily disables n soldier from doing bis
duty, fhongh the same cause might not prevent a
workingman from following bis trade". I do not
think that it will be wise to ranflno tho ad minis tra- .
tion lo the strictest economy. AyeB and noes on
$80.000 ayes 10, noes 27; report of rommfltep
$79,600 ayes 11, noes 25. Tbe Mlnlsler of War ,
asked permission to amend to $75,000, such not
being the custom, the ayes and noes were taken on
$(18.100 ayes J5, uoen 22. The Item passed at
$G5,000 ayes 29, Hoimi 7. The committee then
rowe. reported progresa and asked leave to ait
again on Monday.
Tbe House then adjourned
jS Want of space compels us to defer a not ice a
of the singing at the concert lat evening. Thtj
singing was all excellent, nnd thut of Miss Julia V
Wnlanika. something surprising.
Beautiful Sl'gab. We bave been shown some
specimens of sugar from Cornwall's Waikapu Plan
tat ion, boiled by McDade, the No. 1 sample of which 4
is almost of snowy whiteness too white of course '
for ordinary exportation. .
AnseoxbED. Joseph R. Bradley, under committal
for trial on a charge of attempting to fire a building
in this city last month, got off in tbe bark Queen
Emma, which sailed on Saturday for San Francisco,
letting his bondsmen in for the amount of bis bail
Fob the Westwahd. Tbe U. 8 8. Nurraganttlt,
commander Meade, sails oo Monday next, for a cruise
among the groups of islands to tbe west and south
west, snd will probably call at Auckland, N. Z., end
ing her cruise at one of the South American porta.
The pleasant intercourse that has existed between te
officers of this ship and our residents, will cause her
visit to be ngreeably remembered.
5T- We beg to call attention to tho announce
ment of Madame Jhm-t and Mr. Geo. Pauncefort. for
Monday evening nejrt. To those wbo enjoyed Mr.
Pauncefort'a readings last week wo need not say
go," for they will bo there, and to those wbo
misled that pleasant evening's entertainment wo
extend our congratulations at tludr having another
opportunity of beating not only Mr. Paurcefort,
but also Madame Buret.
A False Bill or Health The master of the
whaleship tllinoit, on entering the port of Hilo, :
signed tbe bill cf health, declaring Lbai there waa no
contagions disuase at bia last port, and that b bad
bad none on board during th voyage. After part
of the ship's crew had gone on shore on liberty, it
was ascertained that one man bad died on board with
the si:: all-pox, (a reported ia our last) wbereanoo
Sheriff Severance promptly ordered tbe men on lib
erty en board the ship, and Interdicted further coin
miviuoation with her.
A DETKrtMfVEn Siicidk. At Hanalel, Kauaf, on
the Mb Inst., a Chinaman named Pukau, having
got hopeleMly in debt to PrincevilUi Plantation,
concluded to settle the account forever. He cut
bis throat with a razor, and fainted from loss of
blood. Recovering consciouxness. and finding
himself still within this vale of tears, be savagely
gashed bis throat again, this time with a dull
knife, ami ineffectual! v.. He then got a rope and
accomplished the deed by banging himself on an
orange tree. A coroner'a jury returned a verdlet
in accordance wltb the above facts.
A Fill Docket. Twenty-two names were on the
slate of the Station House on Tuesday evening, th
result of patriotic endeavor to keep up the new holi
day. Wbinky evidently circulated abundantly anoag
the natives, from some source, but singularly enough.
everybody was oblivious aa to where it came from.
One fellow of spiritualistic tendencies and who was
evidently a 'mediaui" at the time, declared that it
was the influence of the spirit of tbe great Kameho
meba, that so strangely affected bis people. There
wits a few unimportant caas of assault, and lit
Honor the Police Magistrate bad large audience yes
terday morning. '
As Attempt to. Mtrgpcu. On the Cth irwrt.. at
Kaunakakat, Molokai, a native named Kholow4
got into a quarrel with, bis wife, and ia a nt of rage
assaulted her with a knife, inflicting sever wound
on the neck. Fortunately the weapon used was a
common case-knife, and dull, or murder would have
been the result. Two women who were present and
saw tbe assault, succeeded In overpowering and tie
ing the man, until tbe police came. He was taken
before Judge Dickinson, at Lahahia, where he plead
Ruilty to the charge and waa sentenced to two year
imprisonment at bard labor, and to pay a fine of
S'JoO. It ia reported that be ha sh JeKC-syt in
which case be will probably be sent Jo tbe settlement