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X BY C. S. CARTOW
AT SAX.ESR.OOOT !
f ON WEDNESDAY. - - - JUNE 10th.
A: l.l U:.-.-, A. M . .a be
Hats and Shoes.
KEGS AND BAGS OF SUGAR. &C.. &C.
C. P. BARToW. A actfiorrt.
at Vnction !
ON SATURDAY. - - - - JUNE 20th,
At to ''i.k, at .-l-r.rfu. will L M,
1 i 11 t 1 II r I 1 M M I
H'.V'i o7 f7.? M it-rl-d 4,j.lrl-t$i.-j t a J'rint-
C. i. BARTOW, Aact'r.
roil SA I.i: ;tt AUCTIOIY
Dwelling House and Lot 1
ia 1'ssac. Ilil. I.UaJ mf Hawaii.
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 27th,
At 14 o'cl.ick, Swi, will be soU at Public A net too,
at the Cart House in Hilo, Hawaii.
By virtu nf a owr of sale. dixI in favor .l the under-W-rnirru-.l
MAKAAl, l.y Kaolohu and J.Y.ll. Datris, in coo-,,.-,ti.,n
with rrti- Mortpaife -t the proi.erty to be ioM.
.Iat.-I It.- iKh Uy f July, A. I. and reeordd in the
K-ntry office in Honolulu, OaKo, in IJber 30. pages 24 and
iUi. the following il-riie'l real property, to wit s
A hu- U't, situate in Puueo, Hil". Hawaii, consisting of
trt.-en one-hundredth of an acre, with a dwelling house
ih-r-Min, and bounded a follows : From the "-edge of the
Wailaku river at the southeast corner of W shine's lot. ran
D''.h71 eat, 1.21 chains; thence north 343 IV cart 1.10
chn t a lin of breadfruit tree, ; then- betweea tbe two
breadfruit tree, to river bank, sooth 4a3 So east, 1.44 chains,
thence alonjr the riv-r hank to starling point'
A ded of the .r'mivi will be delivered to the purchaser
ar.. the i,l ne-rtir igt cancelleil, opoo the completion of the
sU-. TKKMS CAM!. w ,
.MAKAAl. by hi Attorney B. B. Dole.
myZail D. II. HITCHCOCK, Aucl'r.
FOR SALE !
Halawa Sugar Plantation I
Sltii'itr.i nl Eint. ' MUn from V..M'.
V It AUK CIIANfB roll A GOOI In
vestment, f .r sal the entire pUnt of Ihe lUlawa run-
t41lfl. CoflSI tilT of
1 jW.tr Mill, ICIler. !;
J rU'il'M.MCnol'r. 9 fentrifurale.
I !Min Knzine ( I horse power and b..il-r f..r Centrifugals
1 l-ar- Ifculer, a inch tube;
1 rtrta Knirine. with ('earing cooiplrle;
1 Trm of 1 K'itH,
I ?tn t"t.r.k Pan,
Arvl ll nrcry loci re.iuire.l to carry on the uoJertakiiuj
VrUn: Oira, ColUrV. Carts l"plet, it., ..
n l all other art !-, rr.ju.rf I br a Sugar Plantation.
The al...r Machinery will be either with or without
the l r:n ..f the Un l, ao-i the incorainff. rrr.p. et.matl
31 eihty tor
ur full partwralarv. appty to
J. K. WILLIAM., lUlawa.
Drat J. I- lxW.".TT U'tlCK,
nihil Hm Honolulu.
RARE AMD BEAUTIFUL
KX MOKNINa STAR!
DICKSON'S, Gl Fort St.
x iui.i' imiRKi.
,'.r ie i.y
CARRIAGE MATERIAL !
POKKS, I TO 3 t- IXC1IKS. HICKORY
RIM Ah ami Hickory, I to 1 inchev;
F XLOJS For O CrM, aiorted lte. Oak and Ab
II A IT? Wgn an.! Carriage, finished anJ rough;
lvm-W"ti anJ Carriage, fioUbed ad rough;
ffi-t Ears Vrs Seat Sails
Haioa and Baj Bowl !
Alw-y. Keei lla-d OrUrr,
Oj Cut WLetli al Curt,
U'A".7i O" prHired to SELL CHEAP.
A Large Lot of Ash Lumber I
Hiv.nc pur. hai.e.1 the entire .tock of carriage material from Dii-
i;u,:hia X t. .. l ara "J
prnp'.!y at Reasonable Price.
DII'FKKKNT STYLES Of
cf my own oianufacture, cointautly on hanJ, anJ
G. AV EST,
74 an.! "i King Street, llonojula.
J. NOTT & CO.,
rfMN. COPI'KB.7.lf;'!iEET IRON
Are pr. pre l i y aud all kind, of work in the.r line
t COPPER WORK
I ( Mil i.crillaa m$mde tm Order.
WATER PIPES, GALVANIZED AND LEAD,
Laid on or repaired.
Gl'TTEUS AMI SPOl'TS, and all kioJ of Tin
Vork on Ba.l li"g Jne on Short Notice.
- IX STOCK
e! ttttt A::nT?TMT!NT of MATERIALS
' nth. aU.ve,cc. wrofc '.i.y OFF KR AT LOWEST PRICES
V ..ieOirt wU a toe ajwonmei o
Ship's Cabin Stoves,
&c, &c.f tc.
-EPAIRIXC PROMPTLY ATTEXDEDTO
MALL f AVoBS THANKFCLL wan"
:M NO. 9 KAAUL'MAXU STREET.
BY E. P, ADAMS.
Regular Cash. Sale!
On Tuesday, : : : : June 9th !
All O'tV. i. A. M , at SaV r. m.
CHOICE NEW GOODS !
Frx-y Print. H-rr'-k ly.r.g Cluh.
ACifinj It,iili, Aa -i'i; Slri;.
Vvrk Dcd.ili, fii.l) Sle-t.i g. TiOu. Law:u
lin Coboarj-. ax.-l lrru,.
runnel.. AKH, CU-th:r.?,
Fairy Flannel tl..rt.
COTTON AND MERINO UNDERSHIRTS !
thal, Ift-iia racll, F.:f.
I..i.ea IUn.ierrh.-r. !!!ai.kt.
lla.r Oi!, Prrfur,
PU ine; Car J ., A.c.
FRESH LOT OF
xkw ; it o 1: n 1 1: s,
p,--rr, P k!-., Pain K.IIt-r.
Can il. C gr, MaUhe, T.ba.-cn. ;
Il.u., Ha.-'-n an-l LarJ,
lii.eTea. Wa-h fclj',
KKKOSK.N E OIL, WHITE SCGA1CI
Sacks Flour, Sacks Corn !
K. P. ADAM. AuVtV.
on Tuesday - - june 23d,
At 10 OVI-ick, A. M ,
At the Eesidence of B. F. Ehlers, Esq.,
On accouiit of departure, will le o.,
THE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
DINING ROOM, iiu.l
AM. IN ORDER.
hi Part as Failures :
1 Eose wood Cottage Piano, in perfect order
a fine instrument.
Hair Cloth Parlor Chairs, Kay Chair an.l Sofa,
Centre anl Side Tables, Chandelier,,
Handtnine Book Case, Lare Curtains, Engravings,
Large Koa Be.Ntra I, Single B.M,'e l. Mattrane,, e ,
Marble Flower Stan I. Card Table, Clock.
Mahogany Bureau, Wardrobe,
Iining TabK Crockery and (ilassware,
Kitchen Stove ar.J Furniture,
One Bath Tub, c., Kc , tee.
At '2 O'rlarh, Noon.
One; Covered .'Kujjy !
K. P. AIAM.. Aun'r.
S -A. I-i 3Z2 .
fjl HOSE Til It EE WEI.Ij kxowx
AT Till: JiAXK KXCIIAXC i: !
For lurther particular"", aj'p'y
UK. f. SIIVRS, or
JNO. U. lioBIN.'ON.
HAY, HAY, HAY.
EST l( AI.ITr. EKOM THE UARN.
aixl not aoid ereen and heavy from the Bi-IJ.
Price Reduced to One Cent per Pound
f r the Pamrncr. Vve or.!' r at
mUi 3t FKKIL k LAINE'J.
BREAD IN BOND OR DUTY PAID.
CASES ('ALA, MEIIICM BREAD
IIIIF Just Keceive.l.
For Sale by HOLLK3 & t o.
Blocks and Oars! '
FT El- ASSORTMENT.
For rtale by
IIoLI.ti i; CO
Tea, ColTec and Sugar
rrum S A EE UV
HoLLKS k CO.
CHELSEA LAUNDRY !
Homoli lc, II. I., July 7, 1ST3.
OX AXI AFTERTHISUTK. IIIKMil
LOWING Kllti will be charged on all wcrk u.ir.e at
this Laundry i
Ueaiieinrn iiai. vrm.
White or Clorel Shirts, Polished, each. 10
White or Colored Shirt, Plain, each l
White or Colored Collars, roii-neu, eavn.
White or Colored Collar,. Plain, eacti -i
White or Colored Cuffs, Polished, k pair
White or Colored Cuffs, Plain, if pair 3 j
White C nats, each J'-J
White Test,, each 'u
Ckxh Coats, eacn
Cloth PanU,each ,
rinch Yeats, each................... .....,
Night Shirts, each
Night Pants, each
Socks or Stockings. V pair
V I 3 , I I... '
1. B ...... ,
l'n.l.-rc'rfithinr. Plain, each J
I'txlprctotliin. HLarcneu, ea'n. . ......... v
Cndcrclothing, Starched and Fluted, for each Ruille 10
. . tli . - K . -.15
r la 1 1 IS , I UalUa rst u.
Skirts, Tucked or Fluted, (and 10c. for each Buttle) each. .25
Waists, Tucked or Fluted, (and 10c. f r each Rutllc) each. .la
Waist. Tucked or FUitcJ. aul eatra with face, (and 10c
for each RuS'.e) each 25
Dresses. White or Colored, Plain
Ureases, Tucked or Fluteil. (and 10c. f.r each Ruill)e.ich.30
Dresses, Rumed with Headier, and fUM with Lace.
(and Jic. for each IturHe) each
Niitht Ureases. Plain, each ,....Ci
N'mhl lresaea. with Fluting, each (Sc. for ea.-fi Rultlf) SI
Nightrowns. Plain, each
Urawers. Plai. each
Drawers. Flatcl, each b.
Waists. Plain, each...
pkirts. Plain. each
Skirts. Tacked or F.uU-d, each, (and luc I r eath Budlt:)...10
Slips. Plain, each ,'V," t
rtupa. Tucked or FlulcJ, ea h. (and 10c fr each KuSie).... j
Presses, Plain, each ;y "J rr" ",4i" Vi'I
T,,... Tacked or Fluted, each, (and loo f.r rach BuJ.). 1
Socks or Stockings. & pa:r -!
Table Cloths, l.are. Plain, each 20
TableCloths, l.are, Si.irche.1. each 2
Table Cloths, Mci um. Plain, each l-i
Table Cloths, Medium, Starched, each 15
Table Cloths, Small, Plain, each M
Table CWhi, Kaiail, Starched, ca-h 10
Sheets. tingV, each e'
Sheets. U.it.le. each
Pillow Slips, Plain..
Pillow Slips. Starche.1 bi
Pillow Slips. I'luud Iw
Counterpanes, Irge, each -
Counterpanes, Smail, each 1-1
lllar.keis, Imh. ea. h
lilankets. Medium, each J
blankets. Small. ea"h '-J
Wtn.low Curtails, Ijirte. each
Window Curtains. Metl.uru, evh 15
Window Curtains. Small, each 1-!
MoaquiM Net, each '"
MV MOTTO-Wksf Uworlkilsiuii nlRll.i.
worlh slwinic well.
MT INTEXTIOX Tssf-iveSnii.rurliots I nil
MV TERMS CASH ON" DELIVERY.
I Respectfully Solicit the Public Patronage
XT Office at II. E. MclN'TiRE A BRO.'S Giveery. Feed
Store and Bakery, Corner of Fort and Kiug 8t, H'tsoo falls
for all orders
jyj2 (jr W. M. WALLACE, rr..pr.etcr
TIHE-TABLE OF THE
STEALER " KILAUEA,"
MA ICC II A XT,
M tii say.
U -n:av .
..Jbae S..5.oJ p ra.
Cireoit of Hawkii
ivirb-riK at Kaucaki
Circuit cf Kauai
Circuit of Hawaii
tooct.in; at Kauoaka-
XT ,n.Wv J Ji.e 1j..5 M p m.
.lii-fclay June2..4 Wpm.
M.,r,Uf Ju:; Z p ro .
l ..Jiy Ja y 6. .i 30 p m.
M-.n-lay 3 S.J 1'1..510 p m.
Vc. iav July it. .6 .'.0 p in.
M-.nl.v Jul jT..4'pn.
M ,f.,!.r Aujr 3. .5 p m.
....Circuit :t Hawaii
toorhicg at Kaucaka-
Circuit of Kauai
....Circuit cf Hawaii
t..och;n at Kaunka
M r. lay.
i'.r. lay .... rir. i-.
We.in.sday. Au. l..4x p m.
ion.!ay....Au is.. 5 W p D
j i-r, .y Au?. 3i..5 J p m
I I ,r.ly Serf T..5 TO p m
touching at Kaunaka-B-xh
1-ri lay y "
r i .. r 91 & r. m
i 30 r m .
. j.t. JS.
i r;u p m.
Rates of Passage will be
T or fi m Kaur.akak.i, Moli-kal. . .
" Ka.iua. "
' " KjIu, '
" Kau O-at "
C.rcu.t i4 Hawaii. Hound Trip
To cr from any ! rt ou Kauai
( irru.t of Kauai, Round Trip
lirck Paiiae fr caiirei only
.. 8 00
.. 10 00
.. 1-2 60
.. 8 W0
.. 12 00
.. 2 00
No Credit for Passage Noney !
TICKETS AT THE OFFICE ONLY.
No berth will be considered as taken until paid fr Not
re.jv.ns. ble f .r baggage unmarked or any Freight or Parcels
uu'.tst r'C-!iteJ fr.
FREIGHT MONEV Dl'E OX DEMAND!
SAMUEL G. WILDER, Apent.
Office with Wilder A Co., corner of Fort and Queen Streets.
Australasian & American Mail
FOK SAX FRAIVCISCO.
THE FIXE STEAMSHIP
ON OR ABOUT JUNE 25th !
hVt'jhl to Stui Francisco. S-VOO per Ton. five per
For SYDNEY, via FIJI,
(-outset linx nl K A XD A VI" with a brauch
Auckland & Port Chalmers, N.Z.
ZLVE I XSL -A. H O I
THIS AFTEROON, JUNE 6th,
AT ." O'CLOCK,
TO SAN FRAM'ISfO.
On or aliout
I TO SYDNEY, 4.e.
On or about
...&th March th
..'Jnd' April "th
..'10th May 4th
.2Sih June 1st
.25th June 2'.Hh
JqI, 23d July
AutMUt ?Oth!Auaust 24 th
Seplfiulier lTth Pepti'tnber 21st
October 15th; October 'J1?
N ov.iulM-r 1 -tb Novendier ' Otn
lieci tulK-r 10th; Leccniber 14m
j-e p3..riivTs for EaalrrnSlnlewand Eurase,pur-cl.a-liiR
thrir Through Tickets at our office, will be allowed A
LAKUK RKM'CTION in fares, In-side, having larger quanti
ties of Bagirape free.
- ( "t )-ilii and lii.iiue.'T any further itiform
at.on.appy o ACKFKLK A CO. A.ri....
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. BREWER CO.. AGENTS.
vt Favorable arrangements tan alsrava be made for
CJP53Lf? Stnrage and Miiiunent of Ail. Bone, Wool. Hides
and otlo-r Merchandise to New lle.lford, Boston, New lork and
clU.-r Kistrrn Ports. D Cash Advances made.
U-'ii ly C. BKKWER & CO.
Kegulnr 1'acki't for Kou and Kan.
The New Clipiier Schooner
II I la A ill A
Will run regularlr on the above route, having excellent accom
uindalions for passengers and freight.
F..r Frvi-ht -r Pasax-e, at li!y to the Captain cn board,
or t.i o4) TIBBKTS & S0BKNrHN.
II E Q V U A R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
.igxa CBREWEIllCO., ACEMTS. i
TT5Ti Merchandiee receive.! STORAGE FREE and
tsErTtJ liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
liST f C. BREWER & CO.
HE (JUL Alt TACKCT FOR LinilNA
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
1 i 1 fc"a i f
K. D. CRANE, Master. 1
Will Baa Bezalarly between This Port and Lahalna,
nonolola Saturdays aud Lalulna every Wrduesdajs.
04 3m H. HACKFELD Co.. Agents.
CONSTANTLY ON HANOI
A GENERAL ASSORTM'T OF
SHIP IHAllElil' L SHIP STORES.
For Sol lr BOI.I.ES X. CO.
4 M. PRIM E I'ORK. BEEF OF II. UER.
TLEMAN 3 Patkinp.
For Sale by
B0LLK3 k CO.
S.U-OOX PILOT. CASKS AM) Q.R. CASEi;
PILOT Bread ; Meilium do.-, Crackers, assorted.
F..r Sale l y BOLLES & CO.
Lime and Cement
A I.I FOR MA I.I ME. PORTLAND CE
MENT, California Brick.
For ale bv BOLLES i CO.
K.OCR MKAX1I RI SSIA CORDAUK. ALL
For Sale by P.OLLE5 i CO.
Russia Bolt Rope !
A X ASSORT ME XT OF SIZE.
For Saie by
BOLLIX & CO.
Manila Cordage !
WROM THE BOwTOV FACTOR V, ALL
r.T Pale by
B0I.LRS 4 CO.
AWREXCE FACTOR! .
F..r fale tv
B0LLE3 4 CO.
Chain Cables & Iron Stock Anchors.
SIZES FROM 150 LBS. TO 4.UHO LBS.
CABLES' f-cm a S inch to 1 t-i inch.
F .r S.Ue i v BOLLF..- tr CO.
Sperm and Polar Oil.
,'F.UV SCPFRIOR Hl'A LIT V. FOR PALE
IN V taiitUKs to Sail by BOLLFJ & CO.
FROM CCTTINfl i CO.'S CELEBRATED FACTORY,
ittsi.s MOCK TIRTLE SOUP, CASES
J ROAST Beef, Cases Boilel Beef. Cases Roast Mutton,
Csses Bo.le.l Mutton. Ca-e Roat Veal, Cases Turkey, Cases
Chicken. Cases Soups, ire, 4c.
F. r ?le by E0LLE3 4 CO.
It haa plesjeU II U Mj-?sty tbe Kisg to arP'1121 IIis
Excellency K. II. Suo'.ey Cwcilssloner of Crown
Lands, t ice the Hon. H. A. Wi letsann. res":gue-J.
Hc cclula, June 2, 1ST.
a the 2Sth cf Miy lat. it please! His Majesty to
confer the distinction of Knight Grand Cross of the
Iloyal Order of KaiaehanceLa I- upen the fallowing
H. II. Charles Kanaina,
Hon. Charles R. Bishop,
lion. John O. Domini?,
Hon. Archibald S. Ceghwrn.
At tae same time, Ills Majesty was pleaieJ to con
fer the distinction, of Knight CoanianJer of the Or
Hon. Hermann A. Widemann,
Hob. J. Mctt Smith.
Hon. Paul Kanoa.
And at the same timie, it likewise pleased His Maj
esty to confer opon
Hon. Theodore C. Heuck,
Hon. William Hillebrand,
Hun. William L. Moehonua,
Hon. Edward II. Boyd,
William C. Parke, Es., and
tt.L William F. Allen.
The distinction of Knights Coupanionof the Order.
Jons 0. Domikis,
Secretary of the Order.
Aliiolani House, Jane 6, 1374. .
Phases or the Moo fob tie Month or Ji.ne,
15T4 IIo.noli lc Meantime.
June 7 Last Quarter 2 46 ' is
13 New Moon 8 21 fsi
21 First Quarter 9 29 C an
13 Full Moon 8 ICC aw
TIME OF It'.l B I HI NO A ID SETT1KO.
1 Pun rises....
8 Sun rises. . . .
15 Sun rises....
il Sun rise,. .. .
30 Sun rises.. . .
.5 21.5 am, Pun eels.
..6 33 5 pm
..6 37 pm
.5 21 am; hull sets...
.6 22 a m ; Bun sets . . .
.5 23 6 am; Bun sets..
.5 25.4 am; Hun set..
...6 39 6 PM
6 41 4 pm
Capt. Daniel r?MiTii.
SATURDAY. J USE 0.
f . NOTES OF THE WEEK.
, 57" The Annual Foreign Missionary Sermon will
Le preached in the Fort Street Church to-morrow
evening, by the Pwer. II. II. Parker.
I Ooisa roR it. The Gazette devotes nearly a
column this week in the endeavor to substantiate its
claim to be pensioned for life, for having originated
the " novel " and brilliant idea of turning the new
government building into a palace. v.
Beautiful Sugar. We saw a specimen yesterday
of the crop of the Wailuku Plantation, now coming
in, and estimated at 400 tons, which for almoBt pure
whiteness, and absolute freedom from odor, beats
anything yet of island manufacture. .
j3 The Mikado arrived off the port last night
at 11 'clock, and came in to her berth without de
lay. The delay in an Francisco was owing to th
non-arrival of the mails. The .Mikado in adver
tised to sail at ft p. m. to-day.
Temperance. There will be a temperance meeting
to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at Kawaiahao
Church, at which several speakers will address the
audience. The services will commence at 3 o'clock,
and will take the place of the usual Sunday after
noon services. The public are cordially invited.
Corpus Christi. Thursday lust was observed as
usual by the Catholics of this city, by a publio pro
cession of the mass, with banners and music. It
" it the attendance on these occasions
gradually decreases from year to year, the cause for
which is really found in the decrease of the inhabi
.''Opicm Licenses In accordance with previous
notice given, Mr. E. P. Adams sold at auction on
Saturday last, two licenses for retailing opium to
Chinamen in Honolulu, during the year commencing
June 20th. The competition was less than in pre
vious years, and the two licenses were bought by
Messrs. Afong i Achuck, Chinese merohanu, for
A Suggestion. Here is another novel idea "
lor which, however, we don't expect a pension for
Jife that the government purchase Eckart and
Rawson's telegraph wiro, (they would no doubt sell
cheap) and lay it down between the new government
House and the Advertiser office, whereby we could
post the public hour by Lour as to what the Assem
bly are doing. There's an Idea as it an idea !
, jirS" Among Ihe persons selected by His Maj
esty upon whom to confer the decoration of the
Order of Kamehameha I., it will be conceded that
the choice of W. C. Parke was appropriately made,
both on the ground of merit and of long service.
Mr. Parke Is 4 reaident of over thirty years stand
ing, and baa creditably filled the oftice pf Marshal
of the Hawaiian Islands sincp .June 1st, 1850, and
continuously under Ave Kings.
Inadequate Pcnishment. In the Police Court on
the 8d instant an elderly Chinaman, one of the
wretched class of cake-sellers, was convicted of
having sexual intercourse with a female under four
teen years of age, and was sentenced to eighteen
months imprisonment at hard labor. That was the
full extent of the punishment allowed by the law
and more's the pity. These beastly low-class
Chinese are doing a fearful work among the female
native children. The girl in this instance was only
four days over ten years old. Pad she been under
ten, th punishment would have been far different.
Firemen's Elections. The election by the De
partment on Monday evening last resulted in the
return of the following gentlemen :
Chief Engineer Jas. S. Lemon.
"irf f. Engineer George Lucas.
Second Astt. Engineer..... ....John NotL.
After the announcement of the result, speeches were
made by Capt. J. A. Hassinger, the retiring Chief,
and by the newly elected Engineers, which were
replete with sentiments of esprit du corps, and called
forth the hearty cheers of the firemen.
. On Wednesday evening the members of Engine
Company No. 2, elected the following officers for thi
balance of the year :
Foreman William Love.
firsf Aut. Foreman James Puncan.
.Second Am- Foreman William Austin.
Delegate Waiter Brash.
Sugars Going Soutu. We notice the advent per
Cyphrenes, this week, of sugar buyers from Mel
bourne, who made purchases in our market of about
200 tons, of Nos. 1 and 2, grocery grades for ship
ment per JMikadit. The prices obtained ranged from
34 cents for No. 2, to 5$ for No. 1. These are low
figures, but there is certainly an object in endeavor
ing to secure ihis sort of trade, where purchaseri
come to us for supplies, and buy for cash at our
warehouse doors. We hepe that the business thus
inaugurated with Australian merchants will be fos
tered and encouraged ia the future, as the safest
and most satisfactory to all concerned. There ii
every prospect that in the immediate fntare and for
some time to come, the sugar markets of the world
will be firmer than ever, and that the article gener
ally will be enhanced in price. This Tiew is sustained
by the latest intelligence from sugar growing coun
tries. The crop of Mauritius has been partly destroy
ed by a hurricane, Manilla is failing in supplies,
(which will affect the California trade iu particular)
and many plantations in Cuba have been destroyed.
It is questionable whether fjhe beet-root cultivation of
Europe can supply theetrec yiencies.
1 Month Later. Arrival of the Mikado
The A. A A. ?taia.
I At 11 ' v u k I . t .
ici-Co. Wo art- v. !
i.' d-jvs from
v. h i'U-l t
vcrv of '.
;vs :t:.-l iiifnirauvlA
G M in Ni w Vtk
Of tie San Frtnclj
rj'K t- lr.. i:i t!:o Bi
May 1 1 2 J -
.-a n.ark. t f. r I.-aln
.llctin vl u.e iTth :
Co"FFE Th- I i-trai A'Ji-iuMn cr-i
f.-rir r Jr -ia Li; N. aii I!..
tV?f-e. O'.v t . ! umiil i1'!-! nr.t.
Pill line at Vjc a ff., r.h but little oa the market.
Rice 1 b? I :ui- .1 t!ie nk . l!.e el ,. 6.M.OuO tt
?,ira t.i I's'u W - t- Chir.a at .sc t-r Nr 2. ar,d
-... r .r No. 1-. Ji n lo-l patna.6c: r.ain. .'-ic; llawsi.an
Tauie. Sc te J,.
St ijii-F;: sn;.jt -re t!:e rt.s of the Cai.f --raia R-rlls' t
I t l- ! hi l ii or. a i-m!.t cf 4- ds. a.th 2j pr cer.t crt lot
c.h. Povder-d. 10. Crunhed. l w Crushrd. Cube and lry
tiraL-aiated, U-c; WVt .i:.a.l.l. vjc. Wiiov C, sHjf
Cube, l'jjo: Iiswa. u: r ..n-cry fradis, T .i'yo. The niai in is
well aupi''.i.l w.th th rt-t r.-raJ d - rij-tiou.
Bark D. C Murray, !if-!ice arrived May 17, an.l
would leave iii tV return, .a the 2Sih.
Hawaiian bark 7.;A--..'.', Lepberd. heace April
2d, made the passage to Victoria, in 17 days, and
was at Port Oaailiie April 27th, loading lumber
A teirible disaster, with lo. of HO lives, oc
curred i;i Western Maavhiiet!s. May 15. A break
in the reervoirs fur supplying the manufacturing
villages of Leeds, llaydensvilie and Williamsliurg.
osctirred about daylight, and swept down the
valley. TL !.- uf property is estimated at
A change if Cabinet has occurred in France.
In Spain, Uie Caili.-ts have been defeated at
Bilboa. and appear to be losing ground generally.
Serrano is popular in Madrid.
There has been a Ministerial crisia in Italy, but
the King refused t accept resignation.
Prince Arthur of Fngland has. been made Puke
The Emperor of Russia ia on a viit to the
Queen of England.
Hot belort was to have a grand reception May
30, from the French Societies in New York. A
dinner was to be provided for 1.SO0 guests.
The Kisrht Worthy (.rand Lodge of Good Tem
plars was holding its sesaious in Boston, May 20.
The order claims a membership of over 650,000.
A bill has beeu introduced io Congress, provid
ing for the purchase of the harbor and adjoining
lands of Pango Pango, and other harbors in the
The project of ihe Paciflo telegraph cable js be
fore a Committee of the L . Senate, and il is ex
pected a bill wiil be reported.
Session of 1874.
Twenty-Fifth 1ay, May 20th.
The President read a communication from It. II.
Stanley, Esq., informing that, having received His
Majesty's Commission as Attorney General of the
Kingdom, he resigned the position as Secretary of
The President stated that in accepting the position
of presiding officer of the House at the beginning of
the Session, he had done so with the more confidence
from having the assistance of Mr. Stanley's experi
ence in the discharge of the duties. During the
month which had elapsed, he believed that members
had recognized the importance aud value of good
order and the strict maintenance of the Rules.
Hon. Mr. Kaai (the Y?ce President) said that, he
concurred in everything that Lad been said by the
President, and he expressed the sentiment of the"
House in saying that they part with the Secretary
Tbe resignation was accepted, and the House pro
ceeded to the election of Secretary. The rules were
suspended, and Mr. Henry Macfarlane was unani
mously elected by a show of hands, and was sworn in
by the President.
. His Ex. the Minister of Foreign Affairs, announced
lhat IIis M-.ijesty's Ministers, finding that they could
not work harmoniously together for the interests of
the Kingdom, had yesterday sent their resignations
to His Majesty. It had pleased His Majesty to make
the following appointments :
Minister of the Interior, and ad inte
rim Minister of Foreign Jiflairt.
II ia Excellency P. Nauaolelua,
. Minister of Finance.
V His Excellency It. H. Stanley,
. Attorney General.
Mr. A. S. Hartwell said : Mr. President Ia re
tiring from His Majesty's Government for the reasons
that have been named by Hia Excellency the Minister
of the Interior (Mr. Green), I have acted as I believe
for the best interests of His Majesty and of Hia Maj
esty's King'lom. I am happy to have this opportu
nity to thank this House for its uniform courtesy to
wards myself. With sometimes a difference of opin
ion among us, I have always known that there was
no unkind feeling personally between uny of us.
Perhaps I may bo allowed to state, that in some ex
perience in the Legislature of my native State of
Massachusetts, I think this Assembly has shown,
with scarcely an exception, that it understands and
practices the rules of legislative decorum and pro
priety. I trust and believe Sir, that this Session will
result in good to this Kingdom. I desire to thank
you Mr. President, for the entire fairness and court
esy of your rulings. I am happy to resign my office
to one who is so familiar with its duties, and who, as
I trust and believe will discharge them with energy,
ability and faithfulness.
His Ex. the Attorney General said : Mr. Presi
dent, and members of the Assembly : His most gra
cious Majesty having conferred upon me the honora
ble and responsible office of Attorney General of His
Kingdom, I sincerely trust that I shall be enabled to
discharge ita respective dutivea with honor to the
Sovereign and His Government. Called thus unex
pectedly to enter upon that portion of my official du
ties prescribed by the Constitution, I hope in our de
liberations to observe all the courtesies of debate, and
trust I shall receive your kind forbearance, as well
as meet with your cordial co-operation in all that con
cerns the interests of our King and Government.
Hon. Mr. Kaukaha offered a Resolution, thanking
the late Secretary for the able manner in which he
has filled that office. Adopted.
By the same gentleman, expressing the thanks of
the House and their appreciation of the ability of the
late Attorney General in the "discharge of the duties
of hB office. Adopted.
' from Honolulu, that D. K. Fyfe be removed from
the charge of Qahu prison, and that Hon. Mr. Mika-r
lemi be given the place, at $2-3 per month and all the
grass he may be able to cut on the premises. (Re
jected, amidst considerable laughter, in which the
Hon. Mr. Mikalemi did not join.)
From Honolulu, that no reduction be made in His
j Majesty's allowance.
A majority ot the Juaiciary committee re por tea on
the disputed election return of Ulupalakaa, Maui, to
the eflect that Hon. Mr. Kepoikai is entitled to his
Hon. S. G. Wilier a minority of the Committee
said: I wish to disclaim any personal feeling against
the honorable gentleman from Wailuku. I regret
much that the testimony agaiefct the legality of the
election at Honuaula is so strong that I cannot con
scientiously report in favor of the member keeping,
his seat. But if this Huuse does order a new election,
I hope to see the Hon. N. Kepoikai returned again
from that district, and to again meet him in this Leg
islative Hail. The petition sets forth three reasons
for setting aside the election at Honuaula: 1. Sev
eral persons voted in the election at Honuaula whose
names were not on the qualified list of voters for that
district; 2. That the judges of the election were not
duly appointed by the Minister of the Interior; 3.
That the polls were closed before the time specified by
law. To prove the first proposition the Committee
had laid before them certified copies of the list of per
sons qualified to vote in that district, and of the per
sons who voted on the day in the question. By care
fully comparing the two listE, we find thirty-two
names among them who were not on the list of quali
fied voters, and were therefore illegal voters. One
man that voted that day was Ukumea, one of the
judges of the contested election and a resident and
a voter of the district of Makawao, whose vote was
therefore illegal. n the second proposition no testi
mony was placed before the Committee. We now
come to the third proposition, vix.: The ballot box
was closed before u p. m. of the day of election. We
have the deposition of Judge Daniels that the boy
bringing the returns from the election at Honuaula
passed his door in Wailuku, six minutes before six
o'clock p. m , allowing only fifty-four minutes for the
counting of votes, diking out the returns, and rid
ing nineteen miles, which to my mind seems impossi
ble. In view of these facts I am constrained to be
lieve that the election was illegal, and therefore rec
ommend this House to order a new election in the dis
trict of Wailuku. Both reports were laid on the table.
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I i t.Mt'.utii n.
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UK I- Y.
Ftv ur.tmpertar.t li'.'.s were refi
The bill to i-pti M-viral a.l -a
Tf ! t.
n ;tvt t , t.i-
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dU'iBcrc, was indcf.nitr'.y
TiiC hill tl repeal the
inur-island stoatn navijtt
poue-J. A l;'unul
lka. Mr. Kcpo.kti c e
if p. r.,
tr.ti '.y p. ,t-
-Sim it 1 v, M y
1 tvii.Ylf ILt- i.: .
trc-duce a till tj prti.iote the iccteaM
ILn. .J. H. S. M:irt.n t-e tutice
I . I u'.ali. H
1' ;iitt i.:.. n t..
( H itU ti i f
I. i educe ci r-
ir.trvJuce a till to an.cii I the ltw
personal prx-perfv, (Section ';'.!
Hon. L. Aholo cave tutuci f a I il
Ilia Fx. the Atti rnev tictict il re i 1 nrt time a
to provide for the sale i-f ., -rigred rcj
out process c l I curt. OrdireJ pntit.-d.
I'Ktu i; i'K i in p v .
Ihe bill tj regulate the rv of pilots at the i vrt of
nonoiuiu passed a tuial rea i.n
The bill to fix tae term if
iM".l to le m-
tives, was rea 1 a second ti:ue
The bill to amend the law iu regard t Ihe letting
of horses in Honolulu, on its seooud reading, was in
The bill to amend the law respecting pris. ii la!vr,
was read a second time, and ordered for t mmittee
of the Whole ou Tuesday.
u a suspensiou of the llu'es, llis Fx J . Horn,
inis, from the Committee nu enrolled li!ls, rt'JKrel
that it-hud pleaded IIis Majivty to approve of An
Act to regulate the pay of p'ilots at the poit i f Ho
nolulu; also- An Act concerning marriages if 11 1
waiian women with Chinamen. Hou-e adjourutsl.
TwKXTT-Srvi:rii lv, June l-t.
From Hilo, that konvhiki fihn -i-s I.e V to the
people; tint the offices cf governor and j-licriJl l e
merged; that inspectors of Hecli.ms nominate candi
dates for the Legislature; that the pay .f liejreser.t
atives be reduced to 1".0; that all pjwrnim-iit
salaries be reduced one fourth; that no Kiviijmr be
allowed to fill a government cfiice un'n-fs he oau read
and write the Hawaiian.
From I.ahaiua, that nine hours bo the legal day's
work, with Saturday afternoons ofl.
'From Hana, fourteen diflot-oiit prayers, 011 all
sorts of subjects, including li.-h, finance and phyMO.
The Committee on the Hours i f Labor Hill, wore
granted further time.
The Committee on the biil to .1111.11 1 the law re
specting attorneys, recommended that it be indefi
nitely postponed. Adopted.
Hon. Mr. Kupahu gave noii.-e f iuteiitiuu to in
troduce a bill to amend the law relating to pay i.f
Hon. J. II. S Martin read fmt time 11 bill to
amend Section 482 of the Civil Code. (Taxes car
riages and draj-s, ox cvrts. ot.-. Jiirieh p.-r annum
instead of $5). Rejected.
Hon. Mr. Kepoikai gave notii cd intention lo In
troduce three bills to amen J tho in ni licoiif-e
law; to prohibit merchants from selling patent medi
cines; to sell licenses at auction when there are in.. re
than four applicants.
The Committee ou the Appropriation liill uked
and obtained further time.
Hon. Mr. llaupu gave notice cf intention to Intro
duce a bill to amend Section 1 177 of the t'ivil Code.
Hon. Mr. Birch gave notice of intention to intro
duce a bill to amend the law relating to deputy
Hon. Mr. Kopiliea. gave notice of intention to in
troduce an act to amend the law relating to ti-heries.
' RDrna or Tiir lnv.
The bill to prohibit the manufin:ture or n.alo of in
toxicating drinks, was read a second time nn 1 re
ferred to a select committee, consisting of His Fx.
ihe Attorney General, Hon. Mors Nawahi, Dow
fcett, Kapule, and Kaiue.
L-l'he bill to abolish the office of Circuit Judge for
ttre-rsland of Qahu, was rend a si-ond time, and
considered in Committee of the Whole.
His Ex. the Attorney General moved to amend, by
the insertion of a provision to the eff. et that the
Judges of the Supreme Court make not less than
four circuits per annum of the island of ( lahti, to
hear appeals from district and police- magistrates
Carried. Tho biil was further amended verbally,
when the Committee rose, and the bill as amended
was passed to bo engrossed
The bill to amend the law regulating to the carrying
of passengers, was read o. seiu.1 ti. r
T,, nn nocnon IWIof the Civil Code,
(repeal of the poll tax) was read a eccond time, and
a motion to Indefinitely postpone being put and lost,
the bill was laid on the table.
The bill to further extend the powers and duties
of Commissioners of Boundaries was read a Fecund
time, (extends to August, 17''.) and passed to be
The bill to further amend Section 278 of the Civil
Code, was read a second time and sent to a select
The bill to extend jurisdiction of district and police
justices to cases of violation of postal laws, was read
a third time, and passed.
The bill to amend the law respecting the dog tax.v
(repea's the charge for t igs) and exempting colts
under twelve months, was rea l a second time; and ,
debated at length. The various phases of dog-tax
and horse-tax were viewed and reviewed by some
ten or more speakers. A motion to postpone indefi
nitely was lost, and the bill was referred to a special
committee, consisting of Hon. Mosts. Aholo, Kaai,
J. H. K. Martin, Dowsett, and N.aukrma. Adjourned.
Twenty-Eighth Dtv, June 21.
From J. Halou, that he be paid a balance $ 1 IS
; for carrying the mails on this island,
i From Honolulu, that no foreigner who is not fami
.liar with Hawaiian be appointed a judge; and twelve
other propositions on various snl jorts. Laid on the
From Honolulu, that the Reformatory School be
abolished j that a manual labor school be established ;
that distillation be free; that the Insane Asylum be
abolished. Laid on the table.
From Molokai, that no distillation be allowed, and
that the importation of spirits be prohibited. Tabled.
From Ewa, that the sale of intoxicating drinks be
prohibited; and six other prayers. Tabled.
From Molokai, that all government salaries be re
His Ex. the Attorney General from the Special
Committee on the bill to prohibit the sale of iutoxi
catiog drinks, presented a majority report, as fol
Hon. C. R. Bishop,
Pretilent cf ike Legislative .lai mbly :
Sip. Your Committee to whom was referred a bill
entitled "An Act to suppress all intoxicating
Jiquors," most respectfully report consideration of
he same, and recommend the indefinite postpone
ment of the bill, on the grounds and for the reason
that it is in contravention of the Stipulations of
Article 10 of the French Treaty, Article 3 of the
. British Treaty and Article 0 of the Bremen Treaty.
Also that the second section of the pro-rosed bill is
unnecessary, as there is an existing statute upon the
same subject. And also that the repeal of the Act
approved on the 231 day cf August, 1&02, will not
repeal the compiled Penal Code, in which said law is
i R. 11. Stanley, J. I Dowsett, I
L. C. K. Kakani, D. W. Kaiuf.. j
Hon. Mr. Nawahi, from a minority cf the wiftie
Committee, differed in the view as to treaty stipula
tions expressed by the majority, and recommended
that the subject be further considered by the House.
The report of the majority was adopted.
Hon. Mr. Kaai from the Committee on the Appro
priation Bill, reported the same back to the House,
in order that the Ministry who came into office since
the bill was referred, may have an opportunity to
revise the same.
The same gentleman from Committee on the Bill
for the Codification of the Civil Statutes, rejorted
that in their opinion the state of the finances of the
country will not authorize the necessary expenditure.
The report was laid on the table, until the Attorney
General shall introduce a bill on the subject.
Hon. Mr. Nawahi, from Committee cn the Bill to
regulate pay of government officers during absence
from the country, recommended the passage of the
Hon. Mr. Aholo rea 1 first time a bill for the re
duction of certain expense" (Profiles that travel
ing expenses of judges, and of the Attorney General
in attending circuits, shall be paid out of their own
Hon. Mr. Dowsett movod that the Appropriation
Bill as it now lies on the table be referred to the
Cabinet Ministers, as a special committee.
Opposed by the Hon. Mr. Aholo, who thought that
the bill was the property of the House, and that it
should be amended in the House, aud not be sent to
The bill was so referred.
His Ex. the Attorney General gave notice of inten
tion to bring in a biil to abolish tho office of Secre
tary at War and the Navy.
ORDERS OF THE DAY.
The bill to amend the law regulating prison labor,
was read a second time, and ordered for Committee
of the Whole on Thursday.
The bill to repeal certain regulations respecting
n. Mr. Kai real f.r?t
rvwers as 1 du:l- t i u.
IKn. Mr. M.k:..i rvi
laie ootar:- a .-ho N
11. rs. Mr Kin vc L.:i
t p'ulU! 'iv'vl.'" '. tw.
IKa. Mr. K. -i i a i' kic i.. .
dace aa a::ur. l.:irt;t t.) Ar;
i; t- 'i inaii auu coiiacubD hi taxes, was rtM
third time, uii 1 rtfetred to a select emtaitt--:'''
The I ill tj amen I F.otw Ds 1 and 3 cf -Criail to
rt ?ultte lictite for tii laus;hler and aa.i cf tef,
w is rri l a tV.rd titnr, and rc omiitted. I
I !e I i'I to anii-n I the law ii-f pec ting h ' distribu.
ti 'i i f w!. r iu I.ahaiua, was rra 1 a ih . lime, and
pi .e 1 f.t.a'.Iy. k
1 ! e I ill to amen I the law reflecting Consular
Cert. Scales, was real a third tin e, an I ptsM-d.
'1 t o Li'l to auim 1 Sitjou OIG v( tt Civil Code,
ere ru t; p-;otti. was rtaj a tl.irJ time.
II .n Mr Kipi ttiite I that the tiH t e Indefinitely
p " v i. I Carii I
Ti;C I !,1 to aut'.u iiie His Majesty Ihe King lo
Uiitfc HTi i thcta ill oi,, was trad a sevi rid time,
atid refer re-1 to a special cotnn.ittee. AJjuuroeJ.
T i mi-Ninth Ir, Jun 'orJ.
n ii'itkn tf the lion. Mr Kaai, lh voted j ea
ter, 1 iy inJenuitt ly r.tpning the till relaticf to
ps"jvrt. was recotiKideri-vl
I n in the lepers en MoloVai, pray. rig that ihey b
returned to their h. ui.-! Tablol.
The Ciimnittee lo whom was relVrreil the bill uiak-
1 1 v With- n the Iliwaiiau laticuafT llii l ui UrJ iu Ce f
discrepancy between the two vc nl. ni of laws, re-j-orted
itt Nor of itidifinitely 'Stpt ning thtj ssme
A I. I'te l.
11. ti Mr l" 1. Uihfp Te ftotico of Lis iuteatroD
to introduce a biil for tho fiicouragetuetit tf agricul
ture and the industrial arts.
Ilou Mr. Nahiuia guv lijtice t f intention to intro
duce a till resvihig peuions.
Hon. Mr. .Nttukan-ti gve in tire of intention to in
troduce a bill to eMallisli a Board of Genealogists of
hitch chi fs.
lion. Mr. Kapule Rive notice of intention to intro
duce it bill to anion I Section St of the Civil CVI.
Ilou. Mr. Knukali tae notice of io lent ion to io
troduoe a bill to amend the law relating lo larceny of
lion. Mr. Kupihea rra I first time a bill to amend
Seotiou 1477 i f tie Citnl (Vie, respi ting the iXU
of Konliiki. ' - ' ' ''
On a suspension of the rules. His Fxcelncy th
Attorney General as f hitit matt of Ihe Sjieoial Com
mittee on the Appropriation 11.11 reported considera
tion if the smio, and amendments, w hereby reduc
tion of rlL'7,H) U made iu Ihe sum total appropria
ted. Hon. Mr. Birch gave
duced a bill to amend S
tiotii-e of intention to intro
ctioti l:'-t of the Civil Code.
mum or thi- iv.
The House took up the coiihideratiou of the Bien
nial U.ll if Appropriations in Committee of ihe whole,
the Hon. W. T. Marliti in the thir , , .
The bill provides for the ex-ieiidilure of a lotal stun
I he first item was read. His Majesty's Itoyal Stat
and Pi ivy Punt', & Lr.0t.NI.
Hon. Mr. Nawahi moved lo amend Is j:!i,tX.
Hon. Mr. Koikanu to s.'0.ioO.
Hon. Mr. Kaukau lo fco&.tfc'O. rxH-itni
Ilou. Mr. llaupu to 2.'khi. : ....
Hon. Mr. Kakina to pts as lit the bill.
Hon. MenMrs. Nawahi, Mikalemi, Kauai, and Nau
katis, inauV lengthy pt-eches iu favor f IIm $ ii&.tXK)
Hon. Mr. Koakanu made a vigorous s-xivh in favor
After a long aud stormy del at, the Committee roue
without otiiniiig to a votu, to tit again tin Fridsy.
The bill lo amend tho law of passports was referred
to a Select Committee, conoiniing of Ihe Hon. Messrs.
Kaai, Cloghorn, Kipl, Kiel the Attorney General
The Committee oij Enrolled Bills reported that It
had pleased His Majesty the Kiuc to approve the lies
ulutioii authorizing the Minister of Fiiisnee lo con
tinue to pay expenses of Ihe Board of Fduoatioli,
peuding tho passage of the Appropriation Bill.
Tliklill to ameud the law respecting estntys was
referred lo a Select Committee, conn'iAting of the At
torney General, Hon. Messrs. Kuikahl. Biroh, Kan- ,
kaho. " ; ' . . :
The bill to define, the meaning of Ihe word rela
tive" in Article 10 of the Constitution and .Section
KJO of the Civil Code, was passed to I nnroi"l.
The bill to prohibit the jx-ddling of rakes, etc.,
without a license, was read a second lime, aud or
dered to be engrossed. ,
I he bill to authorixio the tale of iimrtgnped rrop-t-rty
without suit, was read u second Iini4-ini is
ferred to a Special Cominiltie, consisting cf Ihe At
torney General, Hons. V. T. Martin, Kapule, aud
'Jiiihiieth Day, Juue 4th.
I A petition was read from Niihau, praying that th
Ira Hio in intoxicating diiuks and substances be pro
hibited. . . ;
Also a petition from Wailuku, on nine tlillerrnt
The Special Committee on Ihe bill providing lor "
sale of mortgaged propel ty, reported the untiie with t.
IMW InmUinT- frMlliilu. . iSMi mil mmaimm mm .
untitling after Ihe snf itJitt-tinii of I bo mortgage shall
In p il over to Ihe mortpwgor. To he coittdilered with
The Special Committee ou the distillation bill, were
granted further time. , . , i ...
Hon. Mr. Nuh'um rea.il firrt tiin threw bills, tnnk-.
Ing provision for perinitnent settlements of $1,200
each per annum, on Iheir Excellencies. P. Kanoa. P.
Nahaohlua, and R. Keelektilani. J- - - "
His Fxcelloncy the MiniMer tif lha InJrior iwe
noticact intention to bring in a bill refpvetang th
ioiioiuiii n mer noras. .
Hon. C. R. Bishop read firwt time a bill to promote
f cricultuntl and industrial pursuits in the publio
schools of the Kingdom. Ordered ptinlisj.- . .
His Ex. the Minister of Iho Interior slated that at
President of the Board of Health he had received from :
His Majesty's Private Secretary the sum of 13.CG.
tieing half of the money hinAupu received during the
late. Royal Progress, which sum is donated by His i
Majesty for the benefit of the lepers on MolokaU V
Hon. C. IV Bislnip staled tlm( as Treasurer of th '
Queen's Ho.-pital, ho had received from His Majesty's 1
Private Secretary, a like sum cf $2J3.(;C, donated by
His Majesty for the Leucflt of the Queen's Hospital,
said sum being half the money hooK upu received dur
ing the late Royal Progress. k
His Fx. the Attorney General laid before the House
his views as requested by vote, ou Sections H77 and
IKS of the Civil Code, respecting the legal rights of
Konohikis anil hoaaioas. Ordered printed.
filtliKIt iK TIIK HAY. ' '
The bill to regulate prison labor, amending Sec
tions 21.r and 220 and repealing 21C of the Civil Code,
was taken up in Committee of the whole. After a
lengthy debate, on motion of the Attorney General
the bill was indefinitely postponed.
The bill to provide for the cod i Goat ion and printing
of the Civil Statutes, was read a aeeond time, and
laid on the table until the Attorney General shall in
troduce a substitute.
on ,uei:iiiivu i me rules, toe lion. Air. iNAU
kana read first time a bill to nrovide for tha tnreaer.
vation of the genealogies of the chiefs. Rejected. ,
The bill to regulate the pay of Govern officials '
during absence from the Kingdom &.:J.u4 ft second
time and passed to be engrossed.
The bill to reduce expenses, by making judges pay
their own traveling expenses, was read a second titnw
and referred to a Special Committee, consisting of th
Attorney General, lion. Messrs. Aholo, Kaiue, Kipi,
The bill to amend Section 1477 of th Civil Cod
was read a second time,' and referred to a Special
Committee, consisting of the Attorney General, Hon.
Messrs. Kupihea, Kaai, Kauai, Kakani.
The bill to amend Section 1073 of the Civil Code,
(respecting licenses to practice law) was read a second
time and indefinitely postponed.
The bill to exempt goods intended for Church pur
poses from duly, was read a second lime, aud indefi
nitely postponed. Adjourned.
TmitTv-iisMT Dat, Jane ttb.
lion. Mr. Kepoikai offered u resolution to th
eflVet that the Commissiouers ol Crowu Lauds l
requested vo furnish an account of the revenue of
the same during the two years last past, and the
estimated revenue for the coming two years.
Hon. Mr. Ieuberg opposed the resolution on tbe
ground that it was beyond the province of tbe.
House. ' " ..
His Ex. the Attorney General did not object to
the resolution, and was ready lo make a report, If
the Assembly desired it. ,
The resolution was indefinitely postponed.'
Oltlit m ok the lur.
Tlits House proceeded to the rorisideration of the
Appropriation Bill, in CommitfeTJj the whole, the
Hon. Mr. Kaukaha in the Chair. t"u'v2l.V
The first item ($15,000) tor Ills Majesty's Privy
Purs' and Royal State, was after a lengthy discus' 'm
sion. passi-u at mu.uiu.
The following items were thep passed, an In the
His Majestj'a Chafiilierlaln iuid Heeretsijr 6,000
lli r Majesty Uueen Ltntna (ermanent; 12,000
Expenses legislature, 1ST..- 16,000
Hccretary l'nvy Council 20O
Stationery, etc., Privy Council 100
H alary of Chancellor arid Chief Justice ; 10,00 ,
Haiary of First Associate Justice... S.OOO
HaUry of Second Associate Justice 8,000
Halary of Clerk Hupreme Court, (redurej l,000) 3,000
Salary Deputy C'erk Hupreme Court, (reduced tW0). 2,0o
Halary of Interpreter Hupreme and Police Courts 2.0OO
Halary of Circuit Judgeof.Ma.il t. ...... 3,000
Halary of Circuit Jaes of Hawaii 3,ftOO ,
Hilary of Circuit Ju.l.e of Kauai 2.0O
Halary of Police JaOje, Honolulu, (reduced 11,000).... 3,000
Halary of Pobc Judge, flllo, (reduced $1.000) ,. ' l.ouO
Halury o! Police Jiuilge, Lahaina, (reduced 11,000)..... 1,000
Halary of District Justice, Puna, Hawaii SCO
KaUry of District Justice, Kau, Hawaii OOO
Halary of l:tri". Justice, Nor Id Kona, Hawaii 4 CO
Salary of District Justice, footh Kona. Hawaii. ... '1W
Salary of District Justice, North Kohala, Hawaii WtO
Halary of District Justice, Fouth Kobala, Hawaii 6oO
Halary of District Justice, Ilatnakaa, Hawaii......... soO
Pending consideration of Salary of" District Jus
tice of Wailuku, the Committee rose aud tb House