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BY C. S. BARTOW
On Wednesday, June 24lh !
At 1) "'clock. A. 51., at ta.earooai. will be t-td,
AmosJceag and Striped Denims,
Horrocks Long Cloth,
Woolen and Dress Goods,
White and Colored Shirts,
Undershirts and Drawers, Collars,
Coats and Pants, Lot of Crockery,
Tins of Spices and Meats. Salad Oil,
ONE WHEELER & WILSON'S
Is Ylr Order.
Lrftrg Ualb Tasks
Macks ( Cars,
Sarkt m Sagar,
'? Z time Shaw Caa.
e., 4e., Ae., Ae., 4c.
C. . BARTOW, Auet'r.
FISH MARKET OF ULAKOHEO !
ON SATURDAY, - - - - JUNE 27th.
AT 14 O'CLOCK A. M .ft.VTUC rRKUIBE,
Will b aoM by or It -f Hi Kieellenry the Minister of the
At an Upset Price of $2.00 Per Week.
Choice or Stalls No. I to 18
INCLUSIVE," IN' THIS FI31I MA&KKT.
FOR THE TERM OF ONE YEAR
FROM JLLV lei. 1874.
C. S. BARTOW, Jlarl'r.
FOR SALE at AUCTIOiV
Dwelling House and Lot!
la Passe, lilts, labs ad mt Hawaii.
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 27th.
At It o'clock. Noon, will b nM at Public A action,
at the Co-art House la Hilo, Uawaii.
By virtue of a power of sale, made io favor of the nnder
dersicncU MAKAAI. by Kauioha and J. Y. II. Davis, lo coo
aectioa with certain Mortgage of the property to be sold,
fUbal the lXa day of July, A. D. 1170. and recorded in the
Registry office Id llooolulu, Oaha. la Liber 30, pf n 244 and
24 j. tha fuUoiaic-4iecribcdi real property, to wit i
A baaav W, eitiule la Faaao, II da, Hawaii, consisting of
fifteen ooe-hau.lrr.lth. of to acre, with a dwelling houae
thrreoo. and bounded aa follow i rum the lre of the
Wailnkn river at the soot beast corner of H'ahlne'a K. run
north 71 eat, 1.21 chaioa thence north 34s 14' east 1.19
chains to a liae of breadfruit trees ; thence between the two
bread fra it trrea to river bank; aonth 49 3 SO' eaat, I 4i chains,
throe l.of th river bank to startiag nniiH." :
A deed of the premises will be delivered to the parchaaer
and the ail n.nrtrare cancelled, opon the completion of the
eair. rKRVtd CAfcil.
MKAA(. by hie Attorney H. B. Dote.
By3J4t D. U. I11TCUCOCK, Aoetr.
Halawa Sugar Plantation I
S'daaUd at Eiea, C illUs from Honolulu.
4 KAKK CHANCE
PUR A COOO 151-
veaunent. for (ale the enure plant of the Halawa Plan
tation. coowKicf f
1 Sucar MU. Rllra. 2va34l
3 CUriner.. 34 CnnJrrs. 1 Centrifugals.
1 Steam Knetne ( horse power) and Boiler U Centrilufabj
1 Imt avlr. $a S-lnc tnbea;
1 o Snrfne. with Crariof coaiplete
1 Trio Of 4 Kettlra,
J Dteara Strike Pan.
And all )he'nersar tool, required to carry on the andertakinf
" " ' Together with
ITarllft 0f Bi!UL ftrts iBplesiritj, If., If.
an.! all thm axttetra r?tuirr.l for a (agar riantaUoa.
TW aiveN'ach.'oery will be aoU. either with or wilaoat
the Leae of the LanJ. and the incooilnc crop, estimated
at eirttty tone.
for full partlcnlarv. appfy to
J. K. WILLIAM?, Tlalawa,
Oral J. I. POWSILTT3 orriCK,
ah21 3aa Uonolnla.
J. NOTT & CO.,
X3 sr Aavlox-a .
riMN. COrPKR.XIrr ANDSlICfcT IRON
Are preptrcd te 4 any ana all aiada of work io thetr lioe.
WATER PIPES, GALVANIZED AND LEAD,
Laid aa cr repaired.
C L'TT ERs'iXD SPOt'TS, and all kind of TU
Work on BdiUlinga done oo Short Notice. .
A PULL ASSORTMENT of MATERIALS
ia the at. line, which they OltZH AT LOWEST FRICES
together w ah a fine aaaortment of
Ship's Cabin Stoves,
&c. cVc, &c.
RKPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
SMALL FATOttrf THANKFULLY RECEIVED AT
M XO. O KAAHUM.4XC STREET.
-CARRIAGE MATERIAL !
ll'OKKS, 1 TO S 1-2 INCHES. 1IICKORV
RI MS A.h and Hickory, 1 to 2 iocbe;
t KLLOKS tor Ox Care, aaaorted in. Oak and A.h;
SHAFT: Wagon and Carriage, finiabed and rough;
POLK Wagon and Carriage, finished and rough;
Crs$ Brc, VaVfs, Seat RaIN,
U'ra aia Bi?y Ban !
eAlwar Keep, mm Haae) aa- aaaaa la Order,
x r.trt Wheels and Cart.
'yhl.-h I om i-rir-J to SELL CHEAP.
AT-lO, ON HAND,
A1 Large Lot of Ash Lumber!
Ha J ig parchaae
l.o.f .ui A Co., I
1 the entire stock of carriage material from Pil-
aia prepared lo fill City and Country Order
friary sad at Reasonable Trices.
till FERENT STYLES Of
E j ; ECANT CARRIAGES!
' f '4 my own soanafactare, cnstaally on band, and
!P C. WEST,
i- H - 7ad 7 EIngHreet, IIoUol.
rr . n cr - j c
MEfi MI B
ti ribR 9A
BY E. P. ADAMS.
ON MONDAY, - - JUNE 29tb,
At !) U-c! x:k, A. M.,
At the Residence of B- F. Ehlers, Esq.,
On accror.t of departure, w:il re !,
THE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
DINING ROOM, aatl
KITCHEN Ft RNITCRE.
ALL IN ORDER,
t Fart ' y'mr -i :
1 Rosewood Cottage Piano, in perfect order
a fine in.trumrnt.
One Molodeon in Perfect Order !
Hair Cloth Par!-r O.a'r. Eay Cliain a.ij K-.fa,
Centre ao-1 TaMra, Cljturlchrr.,
HanHrtne rW it Ct, Larr Cnrtainv, Vnrarii.fri,
Large Kca B.JifaJ, feingle IW'.'-aa. Mauraavra, Av
Marble Flower Staol. Car I Table, Clock. - "
Maliogany Bureau, Warilrbbe,
fining Tab, Crockery and f.los.ware.
Kitchen Stove anJ Furniture,
One Bath Tub, Ac, Ac, Ac.
AC 12 O'rlerb, N'awa, '
One Covered 33ny !
V I. ADAM?, Aurfr.
ASSIGIVKKS' SALE !
Hy Order of the Anlrneee of the Kttal f 'filEMSKS ft
COS WAT, ON
At Balesrobin, at 10 O'clock, A. M., will be e-,M,
A PORTION OF TAB STOCK
OF SAID ESTATE, CONSIiTI.N'U OF ;
- -. i ,
Bales Brown Cotton, Cobounr., I'laMe,
IfelalDre, Brualclotb, rtc.rlrt Merino,
.Mjekin. Alpaca, Crape Hhawli, Ulovi,
Thread. Stripe. Coro. hilk Vefrrt.
iUbbbbJ. Feather. Whipa, Clock!,
Buttons, ItraiJ, -Mirror.,
S I'lay CarJ, Etc. Etc
POWDER, SHEET IRON, GRINDSTONES
f - . m J -
Lead, Paper, Rope, Shot, Onoa, J
Revclvers, UtU-bet, Tack, -
Six Boxes Charcoal Tin
I'laater of Par in, Red Lead,
Steel Tobacco, Planet. Bolta,
Hooks and flaplri. tipikei, Locke, t-purj,
Augeni. Wr.nchea, Chiiela, Rules. TwiDe,
Paint Brushes, Blue, Blacking, t
Percussion Caps, Tumblers,
Fine pmokicg Tobacco,
Bottles, Etc., Etc.
At 12 1-2 OVIocU, to Close Csa.lgniunil !
24 Cases, Pints, McEwan'a Ale, ' '
5 Cases. Quarts, McEwan's Ale !
E. P. ADAM?, Auctioner.
" " V
r!fTt AT. cTflWES!
..ait Auction.. . J
- JUNE 27th
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
Oa KlatC Mreel. Oppoaitr the Houae- mf Rer.
Will bo Sold at Public Auction,
400 CORAL STORES!
Suitable for Building: ;
E. P. ADAM3. Anct'r.
VALUABLE PROPERTY !
In South Kona, Hawaii,
.A. T -A. TJ OTI O PJ J ! !
By Order of Hon. W. T. Martin. Administrator of
the Estate of J '. 11". K"pal:ee,det''ted,
ON FRIDAY, r : : : : : JULY. 3rd,
At 12 O'clock. M., at Salesroom,
WILL ba OFFERED at PUBLIC AUCTION
AT THE UPSET PRICE OF $1800.
The Abnpoaa of Kahauloa, in South Kona, Hawaii, contain
ing; aa Area of about 3.000 Arrrs,
With Buildings, Sugar Mill Machinery, &c.
The Land ia well situated toe th) Cultiratiou of Sugar
Caar, ar Cwffce, and has oa it a baubcr of Orange Trees
in good Bearing Condition.
The Land run from the Beach to the mountain, and there U
a good boat landing at the tea. A very large number of
Koa Trees are upon this Property !
For further particuliri, enquire of Hon. W. T. MARTIN, or
E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r
HOUSE AND LAND!
By Order of the Executors of the Will the hate
Steicart II. t'er,
ON SATURDAY. : : : : JULY 18th,
At 12 O'clock. Nixn, at aIeixoro. will be suIJ at
Pubi c Auction,
THAT PIECE Oil PARCEL OF USD
Opposite the entrance ti Pauoi Vsliry, anJ near Nuuanu
Val.py, with the
Dwelling House and Buildings
thereon, known as KaU koljonu. the farmer reiiJence of
Stephen (Ppeocer, E-"i.
ALSO Icnvisjiatt.'! ifl.ranl will be oll,
Tlie Larpe Knlo Patch,
aJjoinir.g and belonging to the same esiaie.
For further particular?, apply to
E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
A F I xX E C II A IV V E
FOR INVESTING A SMALL MM
of monry, or of fur.nj; . I
0E OF THE 3I0ST IXK.ICLH 2U1I.LI(; LOTS 1
la tte City of II.-nnlulti, is now oflVreil by the l"nIrrsigtied. He
is desirous to dipoe of that fine an. 1 healthily s;tu t-l piece
of Land adjoint the Uurernment Uariln, an 1 fronting jchool
and Eort Streets at the hea ! rf the latter.
Any one wishing lo purchase shouM apply soon, as the Lut
will te sold l a low fl.ure. fat4) J. s I.EMO.N.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA,"
MARCH A NT,
Mct!av Jur.e 15. . 5.30 D m U:io
W,ln!tr Jane?. .4 CO pm Circuit of Kaoai
Monday Jane ZO p tn Circu.t cf Hawaii
Mon.lay . ... Jaly ..6 30 p xu..Kona, twichmit at b. kanaka
Monlar Ja'v 13.. 6 30 d m Hilo
FrUiT Jalv 24. .6 30 o m NawiHwill
Momlir JnlT XT. . 5 SO o tn Ctrcoit of Hawaii
Monday Aug. 3..S.30 p m..Kona. tsuchlog at Kaunaka,
kai. Both wars.
Mww!st Anr. 10. .6 30 D El HUo
WfJnMday. Aujr 19. .4.00 p m Circuit of Kaoai
Monuay... .Aug. 24.-5 0 p m Circu.t of Hawaii
Mo&Jty Aug. 3i..5.'iO p m.. Kona. p-ucL:nr at Kaanka-
kai. Biih ways.
Monday Sept. T..6.30 p m H3o
Frlay .... nl- 11. .6 M p m : Nawiliwili
Mortar. ...Sept. 21. .5 30 p m Circuit of Hawaii
Mor.Jay....S-pt. JS..5.30 p m..Kona. touching at Kaur.aka-
kal. Both ways.
Rates of Passage wiU be
To or fioen KauDakakai, Molokai .......
.1 a 00
' l-t.alr.a, .Maui
" Maalaea, Maui
" " Makena, Man!
u Mahukoca, Hawaii
" " Kawaibae, "
" u Kaawaloa, '-
" Kau Coast " -
Circuit of Hawaii, Round Trip
To cr fmm any P rt on Kauai
Circuit of Kauai, Roand Trip
Deck Paaeage for natives only
No Credit for Passage Noney !
. TICK Eld AT THE OFFICE ONLY.
i.nh will eoniJkrel aa taken until paid for.
. e oo
. 7 oo
. 10 00
. 10 00
. 10 00
. 11 L0
. 22 00
. 8 00
. 12 00
. 2 00
respons.ble for fcaggage nnaaarked or any Frtitt cr Parcels
unless receipted for.
FREIGHT MONEi" DIE OX DEM A N" D S
". : - : SAMUEL O. WILDER, A pent.
OUice with Wilder It Co., corner of Fort and Queen Streets.
FOR SA3V FRA1VCISCO.
THE FINE HAWAIIAN BARK
"W C. Parke,
CAPT. PEXH ALLOW,
Will llavp Quirk Dispatch for the ibOTe Port,
For Freight and Pas.age, apply to
jal3 II. HACKFELD A CO., Agents.
Australasian & American Mail
FOR SAIV FRAIVCISCO.
THE FIXE STEAMSHIP
T? JFt !
ON OR ABOUT JUNE 25th!
Freiijtd to San Francisco. $5.00 per Ton.
For SYI3VEY, via FIJI,
Caaneclltis at KAXDAVC with a branch
Auckland & Port Chalmers, N.Z.
CAPTAIN. T. WOODS,
ON OR ABOUT THE 29th OF JUNE !
TO SAX IRAMISC0.
TO SYDNEY, A.f.
On or about
On or about
...5th March 9th
,.. 2nd April 6th
,.2th Jane 1st
..25th!June , 29ih
...23d 'July .....27th
. .20th I August 24th
. .lTth 'September 21st
...15th October 19th
N nVJ.ITiliJjF ... ...... ijfjlll T ajjw.
December. . . f 10th December
ir-r Passengers for Easlrra Stalen and Europe, pur-
chasing their Through Tickets at our office, will be allowed A
LA ROE REDACTION in fares, beaidea having larger quanti
ties of Baggage free. . ;
XT tot Freight and Paasagr.or any further Inform.
ation, apply to
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
AS C. BRFAVSR & CO.. AGENTS.
V1 Favorable arrangements caa always be made for
fll'"mJl'lS Kinr.r- snd 8hiument of Oil. bone. "rt"oo. Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Ports. XT Cash Advances made.
fe24 ly jPtvft "
Hegular Packet for : Kona and Kau.
The New Clipier Schooner
-'U I Ia A ill A,"
Will run regularly en the above route, having excellent accom-
IPOdallona lor passenisers auu iiciut.
For Freleti or Pasaee, apply to the Captain on board,
, , BECl'LAB
DISPATCH LINE FOE SAN FRANCISCO.
TL r iiD IvtV LU JL- rt AMI.TK'T'S.
m JL W. C4 W - s mm. v ss m mm - - m. m
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
liberal eaah advances made on shipments by this
(fe3AIj . C. BRKrVSR & CO.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAIIA1NA,
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
. D. CRANE, Master. "
Will Baa Bepnlarly between This Port and Lahalna,
Honelala Saturdays and Lahalna every Wednesdays.
o4 3m II HACKFELD k. Co., Agents
CONSTANTLY ON HAND!
A GENERAL ASSORTM'T OF
SHIP HUMERI SHIP STORES.
Fr Kale by
UOLLES JL CO.
M. I'RIMK PORK.
L ILK.MAS'i Packing.
For Sale by
11 KEF OK U. HEK-
J.tLOOX PILOT. CASKS AM U R CASE ;
J I'lL'iT Bread ; Medium do.; Crackers, asst-rted.
For tale by BOLLES & CO.
Lime and Cement.
AM FORMA I.1.MK,
MKST, California Brick.
For Sale by
BOLLEi i; CO.
rOIR STRAND RI SSIA CORDAGE, ALL
For ale by
BOLLES A CO.
Russia Bolt Hope !
ASSORTMENT OF SIZES.
For gale by BOLLE3 CO.
L1ROM THE BOSTON" FACTOR!
For Sale by BOLLIX
Cotton Duck I
AWRENCK FACTOR I".
For Pale by
BOLLtS ajr CO.
Chain Cables A Iron Stock Anchors.
(CJIZKS FROM ISO I. US. TO I .OHO I,BS.
O CABLK4 fr. m 3 S inch to 1 i-8 mch.
For tile by BOLI.ES V CO.
Sperm and Pol.ir Oil.
,TERV SCPERIOR QTALITV. FOR ?ALE
IS Quantities, to tait br
BOLLEs A CO.
, & y j v
(bDinmf rnal gGriiscr.
Pants or tub Moo.i roa tai,'
HgOLl Lt SUiVT-,
Jj;;.e 7 Usaricr. .. .
13 New M-3
21 First Ua.uk:...
m-t Flili 5i 2
Tine or sis B!-i6 asr
Jje 1 Sin ri. 5 .'1 im,
ua ri S il ii; f
15 r'ati tit 5 Zi am; K
Ji iua r.es 5 i". 6 an; t
3" f?;ia r.'.s 5Cj.4am;
SATURDAY. JLWE 20.
NOTES OF TIIEffEEK.
Sr. Albas Coixeoe. The aaauil exhibition of
this ftTorite mstitation will take place cn Mod Jar
evening next, at the Rojal School, Eaima street.
Masonic. TLere will fee a cal'.ed raeeting of 11a-
wfciiaa Lo-ige, No. 21, F. & A. M., at its rooms this j
Saturday evening, Jqlo 2ith, at o'clock. Viait i
inz brethren are inviteJ to attend
Mt-ic os the Tapis We learn that there will te
a musical concert at Kawaiahao Ciurch on the COth
inst., for the benefit of the music ftni of the church,
and of which due public notice wiU be givxn.
-2T Forau appropriate and (althc.gh we say it
ourselves who fchouldn'tl verr neat bit cl noetrv
ourselves, who fcnouwn t; very ?eai iu oa pot try,
"At the Bridal." see first page. It Las been
"adapted" from Harriett PresorJt Spcfford, one of
America's sweetest of women poete, to suit a late
ccasion in this latitude.
For toe Lepeb Astlcm. 7n order to be satisfied
from personal inspection as tc the manner in which
the Board of Ilealtii are doiig their duty by the
Lepers, most of the members of the Assembly pro
ceed to Kalawao, Molokai, to-iight, cn the steamer
Eilauea, returning to-morrow vening.
3" The Annual Examination at Punahou College,
takes I lace on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week,
commencing on Tuesday at 1 o'dock p. m., and con
tinuing all day Wednesday. The public Exhibition
of the school takes place next Hiuiraday evening at
the Court House. No little aoount of mysterious
preparation his been going on, aid we are led to ex
pect that this Exhibition will be well worth the cost
of the ticket.
The War os the Cakine. The annual persecu
' T , C . T . .1 V. .1.. Tl 1! I 1 . .
nuu oi lugitaa uoss ty uii: a oiioc ui'guu uuoui icii
days ago, and up to yesterday, not far from one hun
dred luckless curs had laid down their lives as a sac
rifice to the majesty of the law; The practice here-i
toore has been to begin the hutt for unregistered
dogs soon after the time for paying taxes had ex
pired, but the present year, prokably for good rea
sons, the raid begins before the Assessor commences
J his labors.
1 Symptoms of FiElaxatios. The Spartan firmness
: u u t - n. i r
wiiu nuitu mc ncprcsvuiuiivcs, ia tuo ut'giuuiug oi
the Session, refused to allow thenselves newspapers
on account of the expense, or to have bills printed
yjor information, is beginning to rela. Quite a num
ber of bills have been ordered printed of lato, and
this week a resolution was passed, actually without
a word of protest from the economists, instructing
the Sergeant at Arms to provide ice for the water
pitchers ! One remembers the jolly times of '70 and
2, and wonders if lunches and carriage rides are
among the possibilities before the close of the Session.
Buy a Ticket, Everybody We hope and expect'
to see a full house on Monday eveniug next at the en
tertainment by the Honolulu Amateurs at the Thea
tre, not only because the amusement will be well
worth the money, but mainly because the proceeds,'
will be for the benefit of a worthy mechanic who is
sick and in straitened circumstances, with a family'
to support. Thus the appeal to our oitiieus is " for
Sweet Charity's sake," an appeal which we have
never known them to disregard. We wish the pub
lic to understand that this will be a clear benefit.
with no charge wnaU'ver lor expenses Mr. Charles
Twt.jr rim proprietor of the Theatre, having given
the use of the house and lights, ana this ounce nas ex
ecuted all the printing, without charge.
Cattlb-Sieauno Extraordinary. On Tuesday
and Wednesday last, three natives were before the
Police Court, on a charge of cattle-stealing, one as
principal and the others as accessory- It appeared
that between the 16th of May and the 18th of the
present month, these men bad stolen from and about
the land of Moanalua, a few miles from Honolulu, no
less than "eighteen head of cattle, the property of
eight different owners, amoDg whom were Hon. J. I.
Dowsett, Judge Williams, Capt. G. H. Luce, and
others having cattle in the neighborhood of Moana
lua. These cattle were brought to town at different
times, singly and in pairs, end sold to the butchers,
who seem to have had no suspicion that they were
stolen. Abont half the stolen animals were recovered
and restored to their owners, the others having been
slaughtered and sold. On Wednesday, the principal
thief, who plead guilty to all the charges against him,
was sentenced to two and a half years imprisonment
at hard labor, and the two accessories, to twelve
months each. '
Faxct Drms AssEMBLy. I,ast evening at the Ha
waiian Hotel, there was a Fancy Press Assembly of
the young folks of Honolulu, under the direction of
Mrs. J. Mott Smith. Tho Hotel was well filled with
the parents and friends of the juveniles, who greatly
enjoyed themselves with danoing to the music of
Macaulays Cotillion band. The scene was singularly
brilliant. The following is a list of names, with the
characters assumed :
,: Doy Varden Bernie Dixliop, Florence Robertson,
i JVormatuty Peasant Mattie Brickwood.
J ormanay feasant ?i.ittie linen'
j Roman Hotter Girl Minna Widui
yivandiere Kitty Torbert.
V Midshipman Daisy w ilhams.
Skepkerdeti .Mary Mr-lntyre.
Scotch Girl Kaiy Mclnt) re.
f Scotch Highlanders Charlie i?iilcri, Sammy jMonsarrl
; h'ood Hympki Mary 11 likurai.J, Mius Powell.
Stti If ymphEuaa limluit.
Chinese Martha cmiib.
5nonr Ida tnulli.
Vutch Peasant Clara Herbert.
Carlo Leicester Henry McUrew.
German Peasant John Dowsftt.
Potisk xK.'t Lillio N iil-iinann
Annie of Gfirs'tm I.ijrie Rubertop.
Cadet Harry Magnus Black.
" Little Girl u ith Tlousert on "Nellie IViM-T.
S win PeiHant Lucy llobiD.r.n.
Sii:iian Ptas.tnt Braiit .Merrill.
Suitor Bnyi Bcrlie Mint, Charlie Gren, Liulon Torbert,
Bonny boy JaiM.
Pages illi.- Mousarrat, Myra ?nillh.
Zouai ts Willie Kinney, Horace Crabbe, l.otlie Wlllianiii.
Indians OarJie Wilder, 1'auahi JuM, C'arulinv Boyd.
Greek Ladies Nellie Richardson, Helen JuJt.
Spanish Ladies llaltie Ellis, Annie Parke.
Aiynf Eniinelliie Afoug, Grace Robertson, Annie Clouoton,
Mary Vuii Hult.
Younij Columbia -May RicUarJspn, I.iliie Williams,
fireman .Vu. 1 Jiinuiie Torbert
Fireman o. 2 Juiiau Mocsarr:it.
I inu-rr uir;? Nancy Af'ce. Julia Du.loit, Lizzie Green,
fairing lt liJs M.ig!i Mclntyre, Mary Wiuemann.
Tyroleie L.ilioia Louson, Iltury Louissou, Minnie Kin
ney. Daughters of the Rejimtnt Bella Friackel, Mary Bab
cock. Conrii the Conair Charlie Peer.
Jf'amLa. C'uuri Foul llr::ry IVr.
TSiirt Hood Harry vonlloit.
LMorning Uortha Von H-!t.
.VjMfty A by Lou:.n.
A'adiau j Mm Jiuiiny Bc.yd.
! yps$ Mary BoyJ.
fyrin-j LJilli Misl.
Summer lli.ra I.wsvlt.
jutumn C'olta Mist.
fftntir Nica Green.
Fairu Ilal:ie Wiiiiaun.
Turkish Helen Laii.l.
Jockey Alexander RolTtaon.
f iremia, (.Yo. 2 Willie I'arke.
Courtirr A. W. R:char.!..n.
PoUxh Cavalier G. P. Wi.d-T.
CirCTij Girl Chariie Williims.
fyu'"! of the Gypsies Mal.ka.
GoJJtts of Liberty Anna Turbert.
French Lady, time Leu is A'. Uernice Parke.
Spmish Countess Jennie lirirkuixol.
The characters were quite generally well dressed,
and showed t:iste and appreciation especially the
"Young Columbia?, f'Greeks," Iai;ghtera of thp
llegiment," and'Momus." The beauty of the dresses
together with their appropriateness, was the admira
tion of all preeent. The children themselves entered
giyly into the spirit of the scene, and we venture to
say that never before in Honolulu has there been
gathered together so much that waa bright and
pleasant in its effects, as waa displayed last night in
the ever shifting forms and I ileidoscopic hues of
the dresses of the youthful ars in this charming
OSTH OF JlJkC, .
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Lr. DaTllCL SMITH. 1
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I'iLi is rut Sr.iTlos-IIorML Laat ThursJiy
Aitercet-n a t,a:nese .:
afternoon a Chinese laborer, Eimti Aia-.a, d:t-J ia
SuppcJ frctu the eJJVcta cf aa
ww observed cn VcdceJy
evecinjr, abut the fish-tiiarker, app.'trentlT drunk.
and attempted to walk into the dock, and at hV.f-rast
seven was taken to the Stark n-L: use and locked up,
s a case cf uiunk silthcugh a drunken vTkicaran
is quite a rrifv. bt-n the cells were opened in the
xaortiicg, be was fouui iascn':k!e and breathing
stertoriouslv, in which condition he remained until
Le expired at "J") minutes to 3 r. m. Dr. Trcasseau,
who examined the man in the tuornin, a well aj a
Chinese Jvctcr, was c f the opinion that be had taken :
an overdose tf opium He had been employed at
; Makawa, and receatlj ecjrsge-4 to work under con- '
tract at KckUu
j A Peojected Revolt. Yesterday morning one cf
the turnkeys at the Prison was iufortned by a prU-
j oner who is eajp'.oyed as cook, that he had overheard J
some cf the prisoners conversing together about a ;
j plot to set fire to the prisou building, with a view to
j a general escape in the confusion which it was sup- :
fxed would result. Oa further enquiry, Mr. Fyfe, i
the Jailor, ascertained that the report was true, and '
that the conspiracy was quite general among the i
prisoner, cf whom the jail is pretty full at present. I
The plan was to set fire to tie oil-roora at the hour
for locking up iu the evening. The principal ring-
lesulcrs are Uueenites, with Hulu. the man who was
f Imminent .n tne riot ot ,ast teoruary, at ue
so prominent in the riot of last February, at the
head. He with five others were locked up yesterday j
ad- ne wnn nve otners were locsevj up yesteruay
. .... . . .
j corning, ana a lurtner investigation win te bad.
morning, and a further investigation will be had.
I prtjecie-i revcut ana aron is out toe teguimaie
' lue J"uwus teeung among a iew partisans
or a lost cause, wuicu nas neen permitted to uis-
play itself anrebuked in onr midst
A Pleasant Event.
We attended, per invitation, at St. Andrews Church
last Monday morning on the occasion of the mar
riage of Lieutenant E. S Houston, U. S. N., to Miss
Carrie Brickwood, daughter of our worthy Postmaster
General. At the hour appointed. (11 a m. 1 a laree.1
and distinguished assemblage filled the church, and
shortly after His Majesty the King, with the Heir
Apparent, the Dowager Queen Emma, and Hcr
ii- t l- r. , . , i i ,
Highness K. Keehiolaui, entered and were ushered
into the Rov:tl now. Tlifi fntrun. nf thrM nprsnn.
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ages was followed by that of the bridegroom, escorted
hv n. hrntW r,flfWr n.l artn .frr th hri.l- n.
, , , . .. . , .
with her father, and followed by the members of her
family. The happy pair were soon made one and de-
clared man aud wife by the officiating clergyman, the
Itev. Mr. Dunne. . Sister Bertha, the Principal of the
school attached to the church (of which tbe bride
had been for some years a pupil) had prepared a
beautiful wedding break fa.-1 in one of the rooms on
the school premises, and wheu the ceremony was
ended, the tables were quickly surrounded by the
wedding guests. The health of the King was drank,
after which His Majesty proposed that of the newly
married couple. Other toasts followed, among which
was " The ladies of Honolulu," and Lieut. Goodwin
of the U. S. S. Benicia, was called upon to respond,
and spoke as follows :
" Ladies and Gentlemen : I must confess my
great dithdeucs in replying to a toast of this nature,
when so many cf my seniors are present, who both
by age and long experience are so well fitted to do it
ample justico. But I thiuk you will all agree with
me that there is no body of men who have a greater
appreciation of the beauties and charms of the fair
sex than naval officers. This may be owing to their
long absences at sea, when they are necessarily
detached from their society ; but it is a fuct, be the
cause what it may. And could you but look into an
officer's state-room at sea, and witness with what
eagerness he reads over and over again the epistles of
some fair one left behind, or devours with eager eyes
the picture of an absent 'spoons;' or again, with
what earnestness he drinks on a Saturday night (or
any other night) the toast of our sweethearts and
wives ' you would be convinced of tbe susceptibility
of ye sailor's heart '
"The commendable action of our brother officer
this morning will, I think, lead some others to follow
quickly in his footsteps. Several of as I know, are
now on the fery brink, and it would require but a
gentle push to sweep them into the gulf of matri
mony. After this hint, what fair one of Honolulu
will push first?"
a ft or u . cfraied to
meet again at the steamer Jiilavea, on board of
which the bridal party embarked for a honeymoon
trip to Hilo. We learn that Lieut. Houston and his
bride w" ill leave the islands on tbe next departure of
the D. C. .Murray, for a trip to Europe, after which
they will take up their residence in the pnited States.
The hearty good wishes of all will attend them; and
we commend the example of the gallant Lieutenant
to the notico of his brother officers as worthy of
Circuit Court, Maui..
i ihe term comiupuccd at Lahaina, last week, Hia
llonor A. Francis Judd, of the Supreme Court, pre
siding, assisted by Hon. A. Fornander, Cirouit Judge.
.awrence MeCully, Eso,., acting for the Attorney
General. The following cases have been disposed of:
In the matter of the estate of Kalaipaihala, con
tinued from lust term on appeal. Dismissed for want
In the matter of the will of Puohala. Decision of
Circuit Judge set aside, and will of 18C9 admitted to
In the matter of the estate cf Poholowai. Decision
of Circuit Judge affirmed,
Poaluhi vs. Kamaka, trover. Discontinued.
Campbell & Turton vs. Palau, deserting contract
service. Judgment for plaintiffs. .
D. D. Baldwin vs. Campbell & Turton, for writ of
The King vs. Metz (Japanese), assault and battery
with a deadly weapon. Verdict of guilty, and sen
tenced to one month's imprisonment and a fine of
The King vs. Takegelo, (No. i Taka, (No. 16)
Kuma, (Xo. 18) Yosh, (No. 23) Kuns, (No. 12)
King, (No. 8) Tazo, (No. 22) Take, (No. 2C) Shook,
(No. 25) Mass, (No. 20) Katu. (No. 10) Konusuke,
(So. 25); Japanese, committed by District Justice of
Honuaula, for assault and battery with a deadly
weapon. JVolle prosequi entered.
The Kng vs. Kaukini, forgery, plea of guilty
entered and sentenced to three months' imprisonment
and $25 fine.
The King vg. Pahla, larceny. Verdict of guilty,
and sentenced to one year's imprisonment.
The King vs. Kamai, practicing medicine without
a license. Acquitted.
The King vs. Kamehaiku, selling and furnishing
ntoxicating drink to natives. Verdict of guilty and
sentenced to piv a fine of S75 and three month im
prisonment. The King vs. Moewaa, adultery. Acquitted.
j The Kiog vs. John Kahili, larceny, 4th degree.
I Convicted and sentenced to 3 months imprisonment.
The Kincr. vs. Hulupii, house-breaking. .Xol. pros.
The King vs. Sam Kamohikau, Kaleohano, Kaai
bue, Kahaummu, Kaluli, Peka and Naha, gaming.
Verdict, not guilty.
The King vs. Kamai, malicious burning of a field
of c:i.ne. Pie of guilty, and sentenced to two years
imprisonment with hard labor.
Chicago, May 20. The trial of Professor David
Swing on a char.? of heresy, which bus been in
progre-a before tb Chicago f'resbytery during tbe
past fortnight, was concluded t.--dav by a verdict
of acquital, the vote standing 15 to 17.
The Director-funeral reports the number of
, shares of Centennial ntock subscribed for to May
' 1st, 1674. as follows : Pennsylvania, 177.171 ; ilis
j souri. 18; Indiana, 31; Illinois, 4; Montana, 2;
I Nevada, tl: Oregon. 540; California. 249 ; Lonis
! iana, 123 : Florida. 2j ; .Maryland, 47; Ohio. 43:
Wisconsin. o"2 ; Micbigaa. 15; Arizona. 102; New
IMiware, C4 ; Rhode Island. 11:
Arkansas. 2 : Alabama. 33 ; New York. 1.1C4 ; Mas
sachusetts. 272; Vermont,' 12; Vest Virginia, 3;
Seorgia. 100 ; Connecticut, b' ; District of Columbia.
Ill: Idaho. 1 ; Iowa, 1 ; Kansas, 1 ; Nebraska, 5;
Tennessee. 1 : Texts. 5: Prnsia. I: Switzerland,
25 ; Engiand. 50. Total, liS.052 shares,
Minnm. May 20 There was a severe skirmish
between the Republicans and Carlists yesterday ia
th? neighborhood of P.ilbao. The insurgents were
repulsed with heavy losi. One hundred Republi-
J cans were killed and wounded, and thirty Carlita
rere taen prisoners.
... ...Session of 1874.
TinRn-St- nth I'av, aii sf.tv. June l-.
n Mr. Ahclj retd Cm time a I. il to amend
Cl.apj-r ! if the Act rej-ctir the lV;i.i;i-ti School
cf ti.e Kit;; 1,-m. t;The oij-et vf t'..r !'.,; is to virtu-allj-
a'-o isj tberffic (t I;.f ec'.v r Ci-i.er..I if Is.)
t'nicrid fj 1 o j-rirted.
II jc. Mr. Ki :u ikt-huebu r a 1 f:r?t t;n.e a 17:11 :
prchitit tin ii.ijK Tia::on if tj.:u:a
Ilis llx. the A;ti ri: v Ovrcral gave i.otice of iutm
tica to intraJti e a U..I f. r tuo cci urjuieat t f
The sinie ;ei.tiec;ir. read first tin e a Hi'.; rrvt
ing the duties ch." g.iardians; ui a Itu'l to aou tid the
law autLorii'Ejt tte !Tnis!er t f the li.teru r to t Ve
poion cf certain Ian is for the use tf the Hono
lulu Water Work-. The Utter . crderri pnnie-,!.
Hon. Mr. Kuibelaii; ae Uitice f iutt'Otiiti to iti
trJace a Liil t.ieast' the aaisuatg of l jti ia
Moukai from poll ii 1 H!.!:u! tati.
Hon. Mr Kaaiodtrvd a resK-utu-n iuquiriti g of the
Minister t-f the Iiite.ru r as to a hat s.v'.a:y is paid the
Saperintender.t cf Public Urks.
His l'.x. tho MitiL:er if th. Ii.tcror as-kevl time to
make the necessary inquire. as to the officer dts'g
Eatl. There was bo such n-gulur t-tlici il. X ut a vr
son bid been deputed by a pieviou M;i,iii r to su
perintend the" crectiou cf the pe-oiit (.iuerumeiit
Hon. Mr. L;rch read Jirst time a Hi!! to amend Sec-
' ticn 1452 of the Civil Code, resptciu.,; illegitimate
; children. ProviJea tlmt the known f'ttteta of illegi-
l"u?lr -u wren man De eompe.iej to supjrt and e l-
ucate such children.
i The House went into Corr.imttoe .f the ah..:.. .,t, il-
j plU to Rrant ft P,.tt:einent fv. Il(,r Ll K
; iveciikolaui; which aa indcfiuitely pestpoued.
Hie .Biu to craot permanent jseilieiment for His
Ex. P. Kanoa, was th n discussed. j
Hon. Mr. Bishop moved to indefinitely ptpotie '
After an hour spent in discussion, the Bill was '
amended to $1CKHJ per aunutn, aud passed to be eu
grossed by a vote id 2 to 15. Adjourned.
TuiRTY-rtciiTii Day, Moxuay, June 15.
, From Makawao, ten prayers, on v-ry miscellaneous
subjects. Laid on the table.
'From Kau, Jive different' prayer, and among
Others., cna that Mi M
HHV till. I V I UC
i Kingdom once a year, iu order that the people may
have an opportunity to give him their contributions
towards paying off the national debt Tabled.
lom Kaanapah, that the Police Magistrate of L-t-
bama be removed from office. becau,e ho Joes not uu-
j Hurwt iinl tU (dttollun t.. .... r.7.,i
i w .iwU.a...a i u a-iiviwi . A hJK(A .
Hon. -Mr. Kepoikai gave t.oti of intuition to in-
i troduo Bill providing that all sales of Government
i lands or other properly bo nude bv public auct on,
j anJ forbidding any such sale, U-ing made privately i
4 also a Bill to amend Sections 2;52 aud 237 of the Civil
i le' .. ., ,
t j ""h "M Z'
1 - j, wyvuuu uiiuiicii uuua. a roviiiea
Ciat sucu UirUs as are destructive of crops mar be
Hon. Mr. Kakani real first time a Bill to ameud
ihe law respectine fisheries.
i-His Ex. the Attorney General gave nntiee cf inten
tion to introduce a Bill to quiet tides in lanJ claims
by right of inheritance.'
ORDER cr THE DAT.
The House went into Committee of the whole on
the Appropriation Bill.
The following items were passed :
Pay of Meengrrs, (reduced f JS) l.jno
Incidentals lulerior Office 2,00'J
rurcnase or ttoaa ntock l.ooO r
nuau Aramnges , j .j
Rna.ld Mj.fl llri.l jab all flu, ...I.. .4 . i ..j.A .i......
.. """'"'"".-a lu.oou
The -item for he Leper Ls abl.sliment. &S0.(M. Hon. Mr. Mikaleml iuovim! to Indefinitely post
was discussed at ength and referred to a Special pone. The motion waa Htid lost am hw Lei
Committee, consisting of Hon. Messrs. Kaai, Wilder, lution was laid ,m lhT UW lree
kaukaha. V. T. Martin aud Aholo. h on. JLr. Mikalnmi tvd a resolution for the
His Ex. the Minister of the Interior, in reply to an itppoiiitnifiit of a special rommitti-. to conalder
inquiry made on Saturday, suted that the person now 7thu Mibjett ir a Ueeiprocrty Treatr with the United
, . - Thirty-Sixth Day, Tleshay, June 1C.
Hon. Air. Kuihelani read first time a Bill to exempt
the assistants of lepers living at Kalawao from the
poll ana animal taxes.
His Ex. the Attorney General read first time a Bill
to autboriie attachments in mesne jron$$. Ordere.1
Tho same gentleman read first time a Bill for the
encouragement an 1 aid cf electric telegraphy, which
waa ordered printed. . The following is the bill : ,""
AH Act f.lr the eneoursnv ht an. I aid of any Company raw
incorporates er'. tb:rt 'ta.iv b ben-after iucoiporati d lor ib
lram.ro ilon nf Intelligence by eloi mcily . Iv ll w-.nl iy
tbe King Ocr .
ti,r, i ri. ..-... ot tne interior itfherrbv ntnli i i.t and
emjiowerea to permit and allow any Cou.jmny liovr iiiCoi. ruled
or that may he herralter Incorp )t:o) for i!i tr;.nsmilon ol in
telligence Ir'lecUNCity to cmihO act Jin-sgl T. hgiaph m-on
and alonf the hifrhwaj ami .uh'.ic ro .ds and iiri. ilio .u,d
and wait-rs of this Kingdom, by ihe b..ririailoii t-f any f ees
(rowine by nature or by the erection of the necessary ll voire.
Including imxhs, pier, abutmnitx of brlilgoa for tu.laiuii' lh
cords or wires of .aid liuci; prfiVnIe-l Hie same shall not be so
constructt-tl ax lo tncommod- Hie j ubli.- ns of .M road nr
highway, or injuriously inicrrupt ihe navigmion f said wan-ra
Mec. 2. The MinUter of the Interior . i..t..i,v .
r nix.-, j.'ua, re a-i'i merctianUi.e aiiiier
taintng lo Ihe building of such Telegraphic line or lines and
l)e IrAuamUolon of inielliL'i.nce bv eleciririiv: n.l ...ei. r.i
cleaAcU merchandise ahail be exempt from duties, and the vet
necessary station, ana oilier needful u.e. in operating said
Telegraph Llnei, shall consider himself aggrieved or damaged
thertby, upon sworn application lo the Mii.i.terof Ihe Interior
the said Minister shall appoint three diaimeresied persons, who
shall, be aw. .f a rtefore entering upon the duties .( tUelr ottice
and any one of whom shall have power to aJmlnl.-ter oath v't
act as Conimis.ioners to ascertain aud determine upon the com
pensation to he made tq tl. cirn'-r .r owners, person or per.
sons interested, lr the taking or injuriously atticiing sut h real
properly, av may be required fr such Teicgrapli line or ltr.es.
hec. 4. Tl,e said CommisH Miers or a niaj.wiiy of theni
sliall determine upon the compensation proper to be ma le l.i
each of the parties claimant and inieresi-d, and itnsn Cling i.
Ihe certiCcaie-of ttmr tiuMrz and airr:ii.eineni wlih tl.n ii '
Ister of the Interior, the said Miiiitlcr is h- reby authorized lo
.njr iu aui.ii owner or oivners oc ej-(i
, - ..i-. tto; nuuiui .'.-vj If
it. such sum of money to be dra n upon nny funds
asury not otherwise appropriated.
The Minister of ihe l,,te,ir. on receiving the cer-
money to w
In tlie lra
mr ..i.i.Hu-r ui me uiieii'.r, on receiving
j.ui-aic i.i opi..n.. .iiei.i, may pay io tno t.ommissioneri such
reasonable coin pensatiuo as he may determine upon, and shall
have power to fill any vacancy In their numbr from death or
bee 6. Thia Act ah. -ill takenTert a n 1 become a la w from
and after the data of its (vj- provM.
Hon. Mr. Aholo read a Resolution to the effect, that
Ybereas, complaints have been made by the lepers at
xvojiwiw, .uotoaai, iiating init they are not properly
cared for by the lioard of lfealtii; and Where.is it is
proper that this Hou.-.e should know the truth as to
those complaints before taking action in providing
for the wants of the lepers; therefore Resolved, that
the agent of the steamer K'itauea be instructed to dis
patch that vessel to Kfdu4,o. Molokai. on Monday
eAt, taking the Hon. Messrs. Kaai, Mikalemi, Na
wahi, Kaiue, Ilirch, and Kapule, as a Committee of !
this House, to investigate and report on the tiuth of
Amended by the Hou. Mr. Kakina, that nil the
members who choose, visit Molokai. nn l that the A'i-
lauea leave here on Saturday p. i., and return on
Sunday p. m.
Hon. Mr. Under supported the Resolution, nn.l
would be very glad an a n.ember of the Hoard of
He-tlth to have all the members of the Legislature
make the trip to Kaliwao v.vA examine fur themselves.-
After a, short discussion, the Rosolul ion was further
ameudeJ, to include a request to th. Minister cf the
Interior for the use of the A'tlauea, and passed as
bP.tiLR OF 1IIF. h IV.
Tbe House went into Committee cf the whole on
the proposed amendment to Article Co of the Consti
tution, providing that the salaries cf Judges cf the
Supreme Court be fixed ty the Legislature.
A lengthy debate enaued. in which Ihe Hon. Messrs.
Kaai,-Kakani, Kakina, Kapule, Naukana and Na
wabi, supported the amendment, and the Hon . Messrs.
Bishop, Kaukaha, Kauai, ani Kahanu, and His Kx.
the Attorney General opposed it, it was indefinitely
postponed by a vote of 2.'i to 10.
The bill respecting the ownership of uabranded
animals, was read a secnl time, and passed to be
The bill to repeal the Act fr the encouragement of
immigration, came up on its second reading, and
pending discussion thtreof the Houte a Jjournod.
FoariETii Dav, Wednesday, June 17.
Committee on Printing reported that the following
bills were printed: 1. An Act to amend An Act
entitled "Au Act to repeal Chapter 10 cf the Civil
Code," and to regulate the Iiureau of Public In
struction, and to insert certain new Sections to be
styled Section 18a, Section ISn, Section 22.t, &c,
approved on the 10th day of January, A. D. l&Co
2. An Act to amend the law ia relation to the Assess
ment and Collection of Taxes : ?,. An Act to amend
Section 1 cf An Act entitled, "An Act to authoriie
tbe Minister cf the Interior to take possession of
whatever laud and water may be required for the use
of the Honolulu Water Works.
Hon. Mr. Kaai, the Chairman of a Select Com
mittee on the two bills, in regard to diminishing the
terms of imprisonment, &.C., and to regulate the pay
-jrti ?T- ,r- 1 , p i. ..
oi -snenus an t uonsiaoiee, as tea lor iurmer time
jiou. Jir, rvauaau real a reotuiiou tq tee egci,
TJ. 11- r- 1 i .1 I
u ) ini ki apaiuir ice nr mirh T. n'tirt, r I -i.iviioi . uini oliovh. Z II 1 I
or vompamea, nuwirnMana a..d premises for 'lelegrnnh (a. t'U IU0II011 o( the Hon Mr k'nlLul.
lions, and other lic dful usea i f,p. ratiuS id T. l.-ru .Ii liso ' Was iiwerteil Ik.i-.. ....,1 . ' i" n,,,,K'"
or hues; and to grunt every facility for the l.mdiniTof Ml.flli.liiervii. 11 I' ii .
cables. Teleuranh cord or wire. In.. r ...,,.. . ..." . '. tor a urmk-wtler it .Mikniis 1
. , ... ,i-.r .(xiinny rrijjajea III Itie u 7. " , w ""'"( m--. . . .. . . . .JMM
e' 6., lei.grai n .,ne sliall tie rxempl i p.:". " S. m
from all port thargea except pilotaij... 1 renring Kteatner VI,rf ,'
Hec, 3 If any person over whose a nils said line or lines I !!ou"'' "'"""'"Iu (rlu.-eJ tfO). l'
shall pass, upon wh.ch po:.. piers or abutmcnta shall l J'!8 ' """ J;"h'
V i, ,i ' ; " " "PPrwiHted nr such jiersfm'a land, i , , " . (.;
nan ut meu r.r i.uonc u.e ny Hie Minuter of the Ii.ier.nr r,.r rvwm
that the bcrffcant-at-Arms be ordered to furnish tfc f
meuilers of tin: Hwuse wtlb ice waUr; aa the e'
uJ It thcsi cow was Aula (. (uopsJCiW.
Ad I. .-'(
Hit Fx. the Attorney General gave notitf of hit
it.ti r.ti. n to introduce An Act lo re-enact . ;lioa 1,
of An Act entitied, "An Act to further re
t:o '.'Tt and VTSith Civil Coda." -
H Fx. the Attorney t.incral read for the amt
t n.e. An Act to amend Article XVIII of the Civil
Code, per cetiL oa invoice, where oot od
charts are omitted.)
Bfv.it or tiii rut.
Ihe H at went into Committee of the Whole en
the A pr ptiatUn 15:11. II on. Mr. Mikaleml, called
to the Chair.
Hen. Mr Kouioikechuthu mad a motion, that the
mm tf ?2,ins) te app t priated tr repairing Liliha
atiwt. Stvoiidi-I ly Hon. Mr. Wilder.
After a loo tlrssouosuoe tle tuotiou was put at J leeC'
The following item Wat d.M-Use-el ! " ' a" """
AiJ to Queen's Hospital, fl6,KM.
Hon Mr. 15. shop moved to increase the amount of
this item to ' 1 . ' " s I
H . u. Mr. Kauai niovr-j'to place it at S'.M.UKl.
The motion was j ut and paaeed to $21 ,taM) (in
cretiiig 5.i0 on the item in the bill).
C.overutmat tforvtyiog. tflitf. . , '" f
Hon. Mr. Aholo tno.tl to strike out this item.
The motion was put and loat, and the item passed at
S12.0"O. - r . A .
The lollowitig items wore pasv. r " - i -
t: Hen, mr. t I'rinlinf I.OOO
Snpiil ol fmwj (iiM
I ire lT)'m!uiett. llii4oh ".'JOO
liiterirlir( fJ TraiiNtri,(f ; - io0
.rn. liuirau v sirr
Irl. r l.!ful li.ru
Kuiniii.g K-ntf,i. Mwiuk I'rle....
Hon Mr. Kniue mad a motion that an appropria
tion of SI. ma) I itisirtd here, for a veaeel to ruu
re,rulir!y between Hahaiua, Lanai. and Molokai.
Adopted ' 1 "
Hon Mr. Kuihelani move. that the autn of Jl,.')
be msfi trvl here for a break-water at Makena, Maui.
Altered inousaion, Ui motion wapu( aitd loaUv N
tn motion tha (on uiitt. roec, aul ifjorted ir
gress. And the House adjourned.
Fkbtt-Fikst Par, Thursday, June 18.
The Committee on Printing Morted the "Act for
the encouragement and aid of any company now
Incorporated oc that may te hereafter incorporated
for the transmission of intelligence by electricity," aa
Hon. Mr. Iseuberg from Committee ou Public
Lands nud Internal Improvement, to-ported on the
item to fix the pay of ttoad Supervisors, recommend
ing that the item (S'J.OOO) do pa. Adopted.
Hon. Mr. Klpl gave notice of his intention to in
troduce An Act authorizing a loan.
Hon Mr. Komoikeehurhu read for the first time.
An Act to amend Section 2 of the law approved
i 1. a fl a wv - . I
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on imported noe, and the bill ptuacd to its smunl
Hon. Mr. Mikal.mi read (or the flrt4;rrit tbprra-' .
i posed amendment . to Article 42 of tb Cofcaiitatinfi
(to exclude the Attorney General from the Cabinet ).
. Passe 1 lo its second reading under the rule.
On its second reading. An .Vol to repaft! Section
! 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 of the law In regard to the '
I encouragement of immigration, was taken up.
Ou motion, the Hons went into Committee of tho
Whole. Hon. Mr. Aholo was called to the Chair.
After a long dutoiissioa, in which tbe MlnUtrr i t
the' Interior aud Hon. Mr. Bishop made atrong
i speeches against the bill, the Committee aroae and
j remmendel that the bill be indefinite! pout turned. '
j Report accepted.
un motion the House adjourned.
KoifTV-SKCosi. Un-, Friday, Juno 19tbl
( Hon. Mr. Lane read a resolution to tbe fleet
Thai tho sum of $2,000 be appropriated for then
Killing ol those little birds thai are doing so much
J,,,a , ,t
mm CUU be bad. ; j M
Hon. Mr. Kakani moved to luueHniudy pontjioue.
His Ex. tho Minister of the hit.-iinr i.....i t.
resoiuiiou wouia Oe w itluli tiw ll.
pose there was a single person here but who would
be glud to see ueh a Treaty secured, but the oues-
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M"" uow can 11 be ,ooinpllHhed ? In bi opin
i u'. t";i' would b Iihh dinictilty in treating wlit
the t mteil Slutes on this subjecl at present, thau
na- "I ii urcij lortncriy. nix ,Mnj siy't 0Ten
merit Here prepared to tako up tl,., aiibjetl. when
an opportunity offered. The qucstinu of a lie-'. '
pn.cily Treaty uith Cuiiauii is now being dlscucs
ed ngitiii In tho Uuiiod States, atir if tfiut nifiiMirw
sIiiaU U kroufki .ot. we may ontu'lrt't makci -an
eflurt in the same dirrtVoM. -
The resolution was withilfiTwii.
Hon. Mr. Xawahl gave notice ol intend,,,, to hi
troducoa. now rule, (riming to thiv irilrftHii- Z
the Cottiioitttc of tho M hele a.-, i id J 7 k 7 t
nituKit ok riiK in v
flip Hons,, went into C.mmrtt' of'thu Whole.
n the AppropiiuUon Bill, lluu. Mr. Kaiikn
(he ( "limr. i
The lolluwlnir Item wnn i... mw..i i.. .. i.:n'
a new item
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... .e.K.Waierai in aiavea. 77... 3..... ilim
Kenairs f .overninent u,ilMi..u.
lotes and Warehouses (reduced i $3,0007."."..'.."."!
notion of tie non. Mr, Naukann o Lf,proi.H f "
um f .ST4() wm inaerud, for j. (urt . House h
nd Ijjock-up at Waialu. Oaha. ' - i a a i u
On motion of the Hon. Mr. Kipi a new item wtn
inserted for a Court House and Lock-up al Puna.
Hon. Mr. KtpoikAi moved to lmft tbs) sum of
5.1.00 lor a roiirt house- and loct up at IIoiiuuuIm,
Maui. Carried, and tho Hons, adjourned.
ln 'n ew York 'JValivni a patter i aoi neeuaml of
i,tir!;-i Ia i..i', . v . . . ' . "' -V - -
l,a,,'fr,n ,0 "ntlfncntalists, or of U'ing Inotbidlj
sensitive upon quentiona affecting morals.
" It is impossible not to feel
a great deal of avrn.
pathy in rending the-jceouafi of thq liquor orueade -of
the Western women, not perhaps with tCe move."
rocnt ltser tut with the despair and disgugbwhicli
have led to it."
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It ii intertaUng to observe the way in which thia
crusaje of the women baa been received by the other
sex. The presa all over the country preauoiably
In the bands of men, and of men too for the most
part who have been for the last fifty years or ao
laughing week in and week out at the absurdity ot
l,'e attempt to regulate drinking by Uw; but no
maintains a ret-pectful silence on tha aubjct or else
encourngtu the women."
mterestiriz pcectacle tn t- it.. Ci.i.
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(irange of Ohio, organized and principally controlled
by men, boi ling a solemn meeting and resolving that
Whereas, there has been and ia almost an entire
failure by laws and municipal enactmenta to diminiah
the curae of intemperance; and whereas jre as
patrons and mastere of 6WJ subordinate Granges of
Ohio, who hive families liable at all times to danger
from the insidious wiles of those whose moral stand
ing and capacity do not elevate tbeaa to a higher
calling than the sale of intoxicatit,K liquors, thereby
endangering the future charaoUr and usefulneaa f
the rising generation; tLrfore, that inasmuch aa
law and ordinances have almost signally failed to
accomplish the deaircd end, we, tbette Grange of "
Ohio, heartily endorse the movement intuiirtt by
tho noble women cf Ohio for the suppression cf in
temperance in our State, and that we extend to them
our sympathy awl moral aupport in their aoble and
This is strong language and might be thought in
this community to be cfienaive; but tbe fact ia tho
moral standard of our fulks on this question is not
as high as it might and ought to be. '-' -
Lkkdm, (Mass.) May 16. The destruction by the
bursting of the reservoirs baa been more general
and complete than at first supposed. ; Tbe break In
the reservoirs occurred about daylight. Almost
immediately a torrent of water swept down oa tbo
villages of Haydensville, Williamsburg and this
village. The buildings could not withstand tbe .
immense force of tho water, and were ckher dashed
into fragments or swept off entirely. Many, in tbe
latter case, with their iptatea in them at tbe time.
Not a single building that stood in tbe corae of
tbe flood now remains standing. It U loipoaaible -at
present to state how many persona perlahed,
but apprehensions are entertained that the aub
sidence of tbe flood will diacloae a terrible acene.
biiDseqiient accounts report 140 Urea loat,
properly vai',l.etV at Z,UUtJ,luJ(J
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