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DY C. S. BARTOW
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12lh !
At 10 O'cWk. A. M.. at .u!-rxm.
HOSIERY. HATS !
LOT OF FURXITURG !
BLREAT, tr.l-ntAt. BATH TCB. ke. ke.
" V. S. U1RTOW. Axi'r.
John sicikv Axn w. r. cojuvat
Join ba.tsesa itlUl, HAWAII, ler the base
irt Ina I Pi-Wise l'm;, having it ! -
cile, an asafgnanefit thetn nit "a Ue .luth da of Mareh,
A. U. 1 74. ant eseeutni a rvt asaimsvtrt to lt arlr
siffrteit. of their prfeTtjr, r tb benefit r.f their t'redit.rs;
ait perwns bavin ela.asa ajaat aI firm cf fmaKa At Cart
way, or Julia Birmt-n al W. E. Conway- are re-toate-l to
prevent their arc.ant. the offirM of l. II. IIlTCfU-'OCK
ao.1 K O HIT. II Cut" K. is H.k, llawa.i. or at lAe office U
A. . CLE!!! l rlorwMo hi ; r- all prs tTi.i-M.-4 t
muI Brat of (itdio A Cooway or John iieien ami W F.
Conway are rriaMl to make (yaitt t ei:ber of the Boder-sitfne-t
aaaizoee at their re.peet . r e- Uiea of baaioess a
al"reUt. n. HITCHCOCK.
L. O. 11 1 TCHC'M K,
A. 8. CLKOHOKS,
A (if Eiemsea A Ccnwsy.
ll o.4uia, 2nt Afril. A. P.. Hit- my
HALEAXAU BOY'ITbSaBDING SCHOOL
riMI E IUMMKRTRBM OFTII in C IIOOL,
A wUl open to the Ulb liar " "lf asesl. The
Pchnut umatsolatiADi bare been greatly eoU '!. and now
has a capacity I t aiuy poj.iU-
The Setion. r lneare1 in th. Uistriet of MakawaA. in one of
the Saveat clianate of tha IsUod. Aa Utrtutel, lb ticvoot
ill be carried on a an
INDUSTHIAL INSTITUTION !
4 V . . .. , - -
fls Fsaaila ibarlai lai the Caala Profila f
tbrir labara. The imlostrUI department will be carried
on lar.DK the forenoon, aiwl three hour, in the afternoon will
be 1r-jtrtl tQtodier choolinf. Fareota cr U jArdiaD drair
va of filvir.f their eblldren vr ward At thia loaUtation, are
re.pectfr.lt' rnoeated to apply to the principal, Mr- V. 1.
CUtK K, w the prrniae. rr at the Kduratlcn Office. Hono
lulu, fartiea aemlioir popila are rerjrestd to proriiie them
with aerrirembie worktiif and aettoot aorta of clothes, with one
and aait, aheet, piUow eaea, bed-quilt or blaakrta, towi,
and a serriceaMe truck or cheat. In which clothe may be kept.
--r XKRMS t "
.nV rai.,l... $50 00 per innoo
Hiaajl paptla, if Pid l qaarUrrly, in
Taac 11 00 per quarter
Two or nor pa pill, aent by co person, ea. J 00 per anonm
II. K. IIITCIICOCK.
' I .- , . ' " Inapector Ueoeral of Bchoola.
Education Cai, Hanoluro, Jaae Id. Zi't. JaO 2m
at ahurt noUcw.
Lsmb4 Clfra thr UIl, Crft aid Bam VUI !
XT Mosical Inatrameota repaired and warranted. X
, Pwlrrw Iw.
. W." BROWN. Comer BeretaniA and Smith
Ms connection with any other establishment. Juo 3m
BREAD INBOND OR DUTY PAID.
OnO CARES C'AIA. MEDIUM BREAD
5 1 j Jut Kereired,
ForBaiaby . BOLLM At CO.
RED, WHITE, MCSCAT.raOSTICXAN,
BEANS, BEANS !
COM I.I UEAM AND CALL BEANS.
J what and red. warranted eoperior la any in the market.
aahU qr For al by CU A3. LOSQ.
Chain Cables & Iron Stock Anchors.
SIXES FROM ISO UftS. TO I.OflO LBS.
C A ittBd from 3 a Inch to 1 - loch.
For gala by BOLL 13 A- CO.
1 CF.EK1L ISSOUTJIFAT or
Preserved 3Ieats Fruits, Vegetables.
FOR S I.E 111'
... BOLLtV M CO.
. OREGON PILOT BREAD !
1A C 1 EH 1I tA K ES.
U U F, bal by , KUU.IS A CO.
Columbia River Salmon!
1ULI. LOT. IX BBLS. AND II A LF
barrel, of .uperior niality.
. . . For tote by BOLLK3 A CO.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT !
A MVS FT IN T
FOB OLD AND
Decalcomante or Transfer Picture,
Relief Pictorea Ut Scrap Book Jnt
- what the Little- Folk bare been
fcaool Reward Card tmt CLraoao 0m
Can be baaJ aA TUO!L U. TURCM'a.
FIM K BTATlOMAMtF Freoeti Letter and Noe Papera,
Ie fo aod loxtul Note,
Muaralag State and Ea'Hopea, '
Conmercial Note. Letter. Cap and Flat Paper,
Aad a large rartet; of Earelorea, all aiae.
At TUOB. a. THRCM.
CLAXK BOOltJ Ledgers, Joarnala, Keciiril,
Cah an ! Day Book, crap Book.
4 Mcawraadam and Paa BooA,
Herbariums, Ac Ac
At TIloS. 0. TURr.M'S.
1 VORl BOOK 1 Book. Order ami Note Booka.
F hipping and Money Receipt,
B.I1 of Kichanee Book a. Bill Bookr,
Plantation Time Book.
At T1108. O. THRCM'.
f 0M Laboe t'ntracu. Monfactarer'a and Purciicr'
Prucirry Notoa. Btila of Kashanaje.
" "! ' At T. O. TURUM'3.
The floe Black and Violet Ioka. Dorell's j
Carminst, iaal to DaTid' and ebeaper I
MnciUge in Reaerroir, Cone, pint A quart.
At TII0.-. O. TURCM'S.
T. O. Thnjtn l ai piutej agent at Inese
laland for the follow inf pipolar Sub
ecriptioo Works Mirk Twain- Oilded
?e, Roaghioe It, and Innocent Abroad
Pr. W. W. Hall's Health at floae.
Mcdcllaa Hiafa ry of the GoLlen State,
Cyclopela of Thine Worth Knowing.
Also, roa D. ArrLa-roa A Co.'
Seward' TraeeU aroaad tha World,
Basine AnecJtr, Bartoa Cyclope
1ua of W.t and 1 1 amor. Pmiih'e Diction
ary of the Bible, and thtir new American
Koryctopeilia now being published.
STANDARD MIR IT
T. O. T. ha al beew apointed
Agent 1 1 the Choice Saherriptioo
ATtTtc Pntwinsa CorY ar
and baa rrcrired aamiI copies of
Or a R raerT4TTa AiaosD, and
RaraaiaxTTTS M, Companion
liak. of WO page each, quarto.
in Half Mocoren. with many
flrw steel pUte. Price, f 12 01 per
PhUs-Tropirial fUmlAea, t-y Nk-hr4aa Pike;
Fmpbetle Tiilrea ennerrning A 1 erica. j
Chaa. Jumnrr, an. I Life and Public Per
vicea of Charles Saaaner, by C. Edward
Lerr, a new utcr!pioo work of near!
CriO page. Rlut cloth houod. Prw-e $i 0v
T. O. TIIRl'M, Acnt.
MCeIC A N -MC9IC
- Jilrer Chnrd. Pllrer Wreath. Home Circle
VoL 1, 2, 3 aod 4; 041.n lis,lem. bower
of pearla. Wre-lh of Oeas, Oesa of
ftraava. Lablarhe'a Method of finding.
Hunt en's. Craven's, and Ridiardann's
piaaw Forte Methods inner' O niter and
Accorjeon Inatroctor. Sheet Muw, la
aaramental and Bang Pieces. LateBong
At T. . THRr.M'd.
CY E. P. ADAMS.
TI.E CREDIT SALE
AT THK STORE OF
MESSRS. H. HACKFELD & CO.
WILL BE CONTINUED ,
! ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 11th,
At 19 A. M. waea we akail oB-r,
A MGE ASST. Iff EODDS
EX BARK ft C. WVUE
115 DAYS FROM BREMEN !
NEW DRY GOODS. -: ' .
NEW FANCY DRESS GOODS !
NEW CLOTHING, &c, &c.
AT 12 1-2 O'CLOCK,
NEW GROCESRIES !
EX R. C. WYLIE.
ALSO, WINES & LIQUORS I
NORWEGIAN AND SCOTCH ALES,
QUARTS AND PINT3.
AN ASSORTMENT OF GERMAN CIGARS!
ivr AirxTyv cigars.
OREOOIV rROIlTCJE I
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR,
XI PERFINE FLOl'R. BRAV. :
k ": ' SALMON, Ate. Ate.
E. P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
DURIXO MT ABSENCR FROM THE
Kintrdon. Mr. J. W. CROW KLL. will hare charge of
the Sale Department of Photograph, where people wiabin;
for any riews can be fnrnjshed at the price of
13 00 per Doaen for Card Bis.
3 00 per Doaeo tor Btcreoacopic 6ie,
4 SO per Doaen for Cabinet bixe,
6 GO per Ixen ft 1 s 9 Size.
Reprints made from neratire formerly taken ol house or
view at the a bore rate.
II. L, CUA8K.
juiO If et and CO Fort Street, Honolulu.
NOTICE, NOTICE, NOTICE ! !
That Beautiful Sailing Sloop ' LIBBY ! "
F0RMERLT KN0W A3 TuK FEAR-L.ri.-
i Copper Fastened & in good order
will hm oUI for lea than coat, and at your own price for
Cash. If applied lur before the 8h of Auot. W-mn
M r Apply to J A 9. . LEMON.
rpilOSE THREE W ELL KXO XV N
A T THE IIAXK EXCIIAXGK!
Fut further particular, apply to
GEO. C. P1D1R3, or
J NO. D. ROBINSON.
Highest Price giren for Hides and
S. M 4G .MV,
BARK EDWARD JAMES !
PCE IN ALL' X EXT MONTH,
From HONGKONG !
SINGLE AND DOl'BLE
SUGAR MAT BAGS!
AND A GREAT VARIETY OF
OTHER CHINESE GOODS
AFONC & ACHUCK.
oc25 4 ly
Xanana Btreet, near King.
Paints and Oil.
ENGLISH BOILED OIL. IN FIVE-GALL.
Ac, Ac, Ac
For SaV Ly (ja24 BOLLES & CO.
yiRGIMA RTE. IX CASESj
JCrntucky Favorite, in liinfa;
Ssur Jd.', in Cota ;
.Dunvllle Whiskey, in Cases;
Xrotrh m.iskey, in ff.f
For Bale by CI1A3. LONO
FOR SAX FRAXCISCO.
-c- TUE A 1 AMERICAN BRIO
ALICE HAAKE I
C. TII0MA3, Commandtr.
"Will have Quick Dispatch for above port !
l.irlr.g a Urje portion of her cat go already ecgigtd.
Fur freight or patsage, appy to
C. EREWL& A CU Agent.
FOR SA1V FRAXCISCO.
ijTi THE FINE HAWAIIAN BARK
R . C . WYLIE,
Will have Quick Dispatch for above port !
For Freight aod Pasa-. apply to
GOT H. HACKFELD A CO.. Agent.
For SAX FRAXCISCO !
, S. THE A 1 BARK
D. C- MURRAY,
Mill SaII far the Ahoie Tort on r ait 10th.
For Freicht or Pa. age, apply to
,J C. BREWER A CO., Agent.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA,"
MARC II A. N'T. t I I t MASTER.
Monday Aug. 3.. 5.30 p m.
Monday.... A ng. 10. .5 30 pm.
Wednesday, Aug. la.. 4.00 p m.
Monday.... Aug. 24.. 5 80 p m.
Mondiy Aug. 31. .5.30 p m.
Monday Sept. 7. .6 30 p m.
Friday .... tii-pt. H..6 3pm.
Monday.... Sept. 21. .5 30 p m.
Monday.... cpt. 8S..5.30 p m.
.Kona, tonching at Kaonaka.
kai. Both ways.
... Circuit of Kauai
Circuit of Hawaii
.Kona, touching at Kaunka-
kaL Both way.
Circuit of Hawaii
.Kona, touching at Kaunaka-
kai. Both way.
Rates of Passage will be
To or from Kaunakakai. Molokai.
" Maalaea, ilaui
" ' Makena, Man!
" Mabnkona, Hawaii...
' ' Kawaihae, "
" Kailua. " ...
" Kaawaloa, ...
" Hilo, " ...
" " Kan Coast ' ...
Circuit of Hawaii, Round Trip...
To or from any Port on Kauai. . . .
Circuit of Kauai, Round Trip...,
Deck Passage for native only...
. 7 00
, 10 00
. 10 00
, 10 00
, 22 00
. 12 00
No Credit for Passage Noney !
TICKETS AT THE OFFICE ONLY.
No berth will be considered a taken until paid for. Not
responsible, for baggags unmarked or any Freight or Parcel
unless receipted for. ,
FREIGHT MONET DUE ON DEMAND !
3AMCEL Q. WILDER, Agent.
Office with Wilder A Co corner of Fort and Queen Streets.
Australasian & American Mail
FOR SAX FRAXCISCO.
THE FINE STEAMSHIP
3VE I 3SSL jSL
ON OR ABOUT AUGUST 20th !
Freight to San Francisco. 85.00 per Ton. Five per
For SYOXEY, via FIJI,
Cmrrtia a KAJVDAVI" will brooch
Auckland & Port Chalmers, N.Z.
3IACGREG OH !
ON OR ABOUT THE 24th OF AUGUST !
TO SIX rBAXUSCO. j TO SYDXEY, kt.
On or about I On or about
March 6lh March
April.. , ..... .......... .2nd t April......... ...
May....... t June.-
June .25th: June.. ..........
July ...Kid July...
August aoth! August
he pt ember ...,..,lTtb September.,
October 15tb .October
November 12th November
December 10th J December
. . .24th
p.ueneera for Ea.lrrs Stales and Eurwpe. pur
chasing their Toroogh Ticket at our office, will be allowed A
LARGE REDUCTION in fare, beside having larger quanti
ties of Baggage free.
XT For Freight anJ Passage. or aoy farther irdorm
ld20 PPl' 10 II. HACKFELD k CO, Ageals.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. BREWER t CO.. AGENTS.
,V4$V Favorable arrangement cen slway be made for
rrryLa Storage and Shipment of Oil, Booe, Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
tytCTOFOrU- P &UAiTBHaWEE A CO.
Regular Packet for Kona and Kan.
The New Clipper Schooner
VILA ill A ,
Will run regularly on the above rouis, baring excellent accom
modations for paaacnger and freight.
For Freight or .Psage, aPp '. onboard,
II K G U L A R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
r. iiRF.WKRtCO.. AGENTS.
Merchandise received PTORAOE FREE and
liberal cash advances maae oo smpmenia vj nn
line. fc2Aly) v. untn an. a vj.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAIUINA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
Z. D. CRANE, Master.
Will Bib Bf snUrlr et vte n This Port aad LthAlot,
nnoliliStirdays and Uhalna Avery Wednesdays.
o4 3m II. HACKFELD A Co.. Agent.
CONSTANTtY ON HANOI
A GENERAL ASSORTM'T OF
SHIP tniMEHV k SHIP STORES.
Fwr Sale by
BOLLES K CO.
M. PRIME PORK. BEEF OF II. BER-
L TLKMAN"S Packing.
For Sale by BOLLES A CO.
LOON PILOT. C ASES AND QR. CASES;
1 PILOT Bread s Medium do.; Cracker, red.
ForMeby BOLLES A CO.
Lime and Cement.
A LI FOR MA LIME. PORTLAND CE
MENT. California Brick.
Fur Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
f!OlR JSTRAND RC SSIA CORDAGE. ALL
For Sale by BOLL"58 A CO.
Russia Bolt Hope !
N ASSORTMENT OF SIZES.
For Sale by
BOLLES k CO.
FIREWOOD ! FIREWOOD ! !
L3ROM EAST M A 11. FOR SALE DV
p u.d ItoM-R? t CO.
His Majestt Las bein pleased to appoint Hi
Eieellenew the Minister of Interior, the Honorable?
S. G. Wilder and the Honorable J. U. Kawainui.
to be Special Gomncissionera t colU-ct. recHre.
and forward objects, illnstrarire of tbe art, manu
factures and products of tbe soil of tbe Hawaiian
Kingdom, destined for to International Exhibition
at Philadelphia, n the occasion of the Centennial
ADnieary in tbe year IS7C.
Audience at the. Palace.
On Tuesday, the 6th instant, at II . v.. His
Majesty gave audience to Monsieur Theodore Bal
lieu. Commissioner of France, accompanied by
Monsieur M. Pernet, Chancelier ol the Legation,
in order to present an autograph letter from Mar
shal de MacMahon, Due de Magenta, Sc., tc.
President of the Republic of France, on which
ccasion the Commissioner made tbe following re
Pirje. J'ai rhonnear Je remettre ontr lea mains
de Votre Majeste. Is let t re du Marechal de Mao-
M&bon, Dac de Magenta, President de la lU-pabliqae
r ranaise, ecnte en reponse a ctuie jar taquene vous
lui avex annonce votre avenement au Trne Hawalen.
Je saia que les sentiments qui y Boat exprimes,
proa vent, une fois de plus, combiea la France porte
d'interet a l'avenir heureux de os sajeU et de
Dans tons les Pays, de la concorde entre les
citayens sagement unia sons leur Chef legitime, pro
vient rindepeDdance, ainsi que le developpment
progresaif et paiaible da commerce ezteriear attire
par les certitudes de securite dont il a besoin; et ces
relations ezterieures eont partout le sou tie n indis
pensable de la fortune locale. Votre haute initiative
et la sagesse da peuple Hawalen, obtiendront ce noble
resultat, et Vous pouvei etre assure que la Nation
que j'ai l'honneur de representer, associera, toujoura
a la prosp"rite de Votre Majeste et de tons ses sujets,
son amitie loyale et desint6ressee.
Sire. I have the honor of placing in Yur
Majesty's bands the letter of Marshal MacMahon,
Duke of Magenta, President of the French Republic,
written in answer to Your Majesty's letter, inform
ing him of Your accession to the Throne of Hawaii.
I know that tbe sentiments therein expressed,
once more prove tbe interest France takes in the
happy future of Your Majesty and Your subjects.
In all countries, it is from concord among the
citizens, wisely united under their legitimate chief,
that arise independence and tbe progressive and
peaceful development of exterior commerce, at
tracted by the certitude of ibat security that it so
much needs ; and these exterior relations are every
where the indispensable support of local prosperity.
Your high initiative, and the wisdom of the Ha
waiian people will accomplish this noble result,
and Your Majesty can rest assured that the nation
I have the honor of representing will always give
its loyal and disinterested friendship to Your Maj
esty and all Your subjects.
After which His Majesty replied as follows :
I have great pleasure in receiving at your bands ;
Monsieur, this letter from the President of thef!
French Republic, written in reply to that in which;
I announced to him my accession to the Throne.
The sentiments which you express ia delivering
it, strike me as very true, and such as when fully
appreciated by Rulers and people, must result in
the development and progress of any country, and
it gives me extreme satisfaction to be re-assured,
that in my prosperity and that of my subjects, I
shall always have the sympathy and friendship of
of the great French nation which you represent.
The King was attended on this occasion by II.
B. JL Prince W. Leleiohoku, His Ex. W. L. Green,
Alinister of Foreign Affairs ad interim ; His Ex. P.
Nabaolelua, Ills Majesty's Chamberlain, Col. W. L.
Moebonna, Col. Ed. Hoffmann and Col. Wm. F.
Le Marechal de MacMahon, Due de Magenta, Presi
dent de la Rlpablique Francaise, k Kalakaca.
Roi des lies d'liawal.
Nous avona recu aveo interet la lettre que vous
nous avez ecrite pour nous faire counaitre votre
avenement aa trone Hawalen. II nous a ete bien
agreable d'apprendre que, fidele aux traditions de
vos pre'decesseurs, votre ferme intention est de ne rien
negliger pour maintenir aveo la France les bonnes
relations qui existent si heureuscment depuis de
lonRues annees. Vous poavex etre assure de notre
desir de vous seconder dans cette voie. Nous serons
toujours pret a vous donner des preuves de l'interet
que nous portons k votre Etat er nous faisons des
vceux pour sa prosp?rit. Bur ce, nous prions Dieu
qu'il Vous ait en sa Sainte et digne garde. Ecrlt i
Versailee, le 15 Mai, 1874.
ML. DE MACMAHON,
Decazes. Due de Magenta.
Marshal de MacMahon, Duke of Magenta, President
of the French Republic to Kalakaca, King of
the Hawaiian Inlands.
We have with great pleasure received the letter
by which you inform us of your nces.ion to the
Tbroue of llawa".. It has been highly agreeable
to us to learn, that faithful to tbe ezample of your
predecessors, your firm intention is to do all ia
your power to maintain the friendly relations
which have happily existed with Franco for so
You may rest assured of our desire to second
you in this resolve. We shall always be ready to
give you proofs of tbe friendly interest we bear to
your Kingdom, and yon have our best wishes for
Therefore we pray to God that He may have you
ia bis safe keeping.
Written at Versailes, May 15th, 1874.
Signed MARSHAL MACMAHON,
Decazes. Duke of Magenta.
Vittobio Ema.vcele IL, per grazia di Dio e per
volonti della Nazione Re d'ltalia, a Sua Maesta r
Kalakaca, Re delle Isole Hawaii, salute.
Carissimo e perfetto Amico Ho ricevuto la leltera
con la quale Vostra Maesta mi annnntia la morte del
Sao Reale Predecssor e Pavvenimento di Lei al Trono
di II avail, a cui Ella fa elevato dall Assemblea Leg
islates. Associandomi al giusta dolore per la morte
del Re Lanalilo, mi f0 premura di'porgere a Vostra
Maesta le mie sincere felicitazioni e di assicurarla
che io non cessero d'impiegare le maggiori cure
rapporti dt amicizia felicemente eeisteoti
fra le Nostre Corone tornino reciprocamente a van- j
taggio delle due Nazioni. Mi e ben grato in questa j
occasione di esprimere alia Maesta Vostra i senti- '
mcnti di alta stima e perfctta amicizia, con che prego
Dio'cbe abbia Vostra Maesta Delia Boa 8anta ousto
dia. Date a Roma, add! 31 Maggio, 1874.
Alia Maesta Vostra affezionato e sincero Amico,
M. R.-VIITORIO EMANUELE.
Controfo. Vi?costi Vesosta.
Vittorio Emaxcele U-, by tbe Grace ol God and the
will of the Nation, King of Italy, to His Majesty
Kalakai a, King of the Hawaiian Islands, greet
ing. Dearest and perfect friend ! I have received the
letter by which Your Majesty announces to me the
death of Your Royal Predecessor and Your Acces
sion to the Hawaiian Throne, to which You were
elevated by the Legislative Assembly. I join in
the first grief for the death of King Lunalilo, and I
offer to Your Majesty my sincere felicitations, and
I assure You, that I shall not cease to take the best
care, in order that the relations of friendships hap
pily existing between Our Crowns may continue
to tbe mutual advantage of both Nations. It is
very gratifying to me on this occasion to express
to Your Majesty tbe sentiments of high esteem and
perfect friendship, with which I pray God to have
Your Majesty in His Holy keeping. Dated at
Rome, the 31 May, 1874.
Your Majesty's affectionate and sincere friend.
Royal Signature VITTORIO EMANUEL E.
Countersigned, Viscoxn Vexosta.
HALEAKALA B0T9' SCHOOL, MAKAWA0, MACI; ELEVA
TION, 2,170 teet; jcxe, 1874.
Thermometer, Iverage : 6 a m, C3.5; noon,
75.4; 6 p u, 68.8; greatest difference in 24 bonre,
16.0; least difference in 24 hoars, 7-0; highest, 83.0;
Wet HvLBJlcerage : 6 a Y, ei.2; noon. C.9;j
6 pm, 63.3; greatest difference in 24 hours, 12.0;;
least difference in 24 hours, 4.0; dew point. C4.4.
Rain Fall First week, 0.92 inches; second week,
0.4 inches; third week, 0.25 inches; fourth week,
0.2C inches. Total, 1.47 inches. Total rain fall for
the year ending Jane 30th, 5o.83 inches.
Wind Northeast 28 days, north 1 day, calm
Barometer Corrected for temperature and ele
vation -ferrate.- 6 am, 30.04 ; 9 am, 80.00; noon.
29 90; 3 pm, 29.91; 6 p M, 29 96; 9 p M, 30.01.
Average of 241 reading, 30.1639. !
Memorandum. The effect of last year's droughty
is seen in the scant herbage and great surface dry-,'
ness of the land. F. L Clarke, J
Principal and Ohterver,
l Cumint rcial Sbbfriiscr.
rasks or ms Moo roa thb Noxth
1S74 Uosom li Mim Tike.
Aug 4 last QuAittr...
11 New Mooa
19 Fir.t Uaarier
27 Fall Moon
Tiator.it aiaiao io.tTTis.
Aa;. 1 Pun nes 5 37 a ; Sua seta. . .
t Sun rise. .....S 40 3 aw; San sets...
0 li3 r
4 2 4 r
8 -1 r
2 iT.2 a
.6 SJ raj
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S.4 TURD A Y, A UG US T 8.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
aff The crowded sute of our columns to day. ex
cludes a review of tbe wark of the s?ssioa, and
other matters prepared for this issae.
Si dde.v Death. Capt Hiram Kabanawai. cot.-v-mander
of the Household Tnxps. died very sud
denly last nigbt, supposed of aneurism.
' Areested. Three arrests were made last night,
on warrants for using seditious language. Tbe
names of the parties are Katiancli, Koloa, Kahe
lemauna; the Utter a tnrbnlent Mlow. who was
conspicuous in the riot oi February lat. '.
A Coincidence. By tbe telegraph we learn that
the British Parliament adjourns to-day and so
does ours. We won't institute comparisons ; but
why should John Bull nm "cheek by jowl " with
us It looks ominous, and we refer it for consid
eration to tbe Gazette. ,
" Promjcmaticts." A prize for one of tbe best
seta of fine Chess Problems, sent for competition to A
the World's Problem Tournay, London, 1873,
(British Chess Association) Las been awarded to
oar townsman and Hawaiian Problematicus, II.
Schmidt. Some of the Prize Problems will appear
in tbe London Illustrated Xeics. Further particu
lars are expected by next mail.
Sn Accident. By the upsetting of an ox wagon (
at Kualoa, on the Koolau side of this Island, on
Saturday last, a little boy some four or five years
old. a son of Mrs. J. II. Thompson, was Instantly
killed. The remains were brought to town en
Sunday, and the funeral was numerously attende
bv symnatbizine friends of the family. Mr. II. IL
Sawyer, at whose honse Mrs. T. was sojourning at
Koolau, was in consequence of the excitement
caused by the accident, stricken with paralysis,
and was brought to town in a helpless condition.
We were glad to bear yesterday that his symptoms
were improving. -His
Majesty on SinvBOARn. Last Wednesday
Litis Majesty the King, accompanied by His Ex.
Governor Dominis and members of his staff, paid
in official visit to n. I. R. M.'s corvette llaydamak
Capt. Tirloff. The yards of the corvette as well as
those of the U. S. S. Bemcin and H. B. M. S. Otine
leort were manned, and salutes were fired on the
departure of the Royal party, after a stay of about
an hour on shipboard.
Yesterday, at noon, His Majesty and suite
visited H. B. M. S. CameJeon', and were received
with the usual honors, that ship and the U. S. S
Benicia manning yards and saluting.
The Australian Line. There seems to be some
bitch about the management of this Line at tbe ter
minus in London, which the general public cannot
as yet fathom. The Tartar, which arrived on Wed
nesday from San Francisco and sailed on Thursday
for Sydney, was pn ship's accoupt, disconnected from
the A. & A M. Co. Letters from the Agents in San
Francisco to Messrs. Hackfeld & Co., of this city,
throw no light upon the cause of the interruption in
the business of the Company, but state a rumor that
the builders of tbe new ships in the Clyde were talk
ing of taking hold of the line, but that nothing defi
nite had been concluded at last accounts. One thing
is certain, that the route is a paying one for both
freight and passengers, and therefore there can be no
question but that it will be occupied by some com
pany, which sooner or later will become a per
manency. Mr. Editor : Any one who Tiappened along
Nuuanu Avenue, above the upper bridge, on
Wednesday afternoon last, would have been a
witness, however unwillingly, of a species of bar
barons cruelty to aa animal, that was shameful to
humanity. It was on the premises of a certain
Reverend gentleman ; it was the Reverend gentle
man's horse which was being beaten unmercifully
by three men, having been tied to a post for the
purpose : and the beating was said to have been
done by the Reverend gentleman's orders. He
was absent, but a member of bis family, on being
expostulated with by a neighbor whose humanity
was outraged by the spectacle, observed that " a
person bad a right to Jtay his own beast !" The
offense of tbe horse was that he had on the day
previous baulked, and injured a carriage. What
an example of foreign civilization to be exhibited
to native Hawaiians! (See Chapter 24 of the
Penal Code.) Nicaxc.
Mr. Editor Through your columns permit
t ask one or two questions :
IxDoes the Minister of the Inteiior approve of the
Sunprintondent of Public Works makincr contracts
for jobs outside of government work, and using
the government tools for sub purposes?
Does tho community at large approve of the
policy of a government employee, a new-comer,
with no Interests In the country who gets a round
salary, being allowed government facilities to un
fairly compete with old resident mechanics, with
families to support ?
The times are bard, and it does not make Huem
seem easier to reflect upon eucb, favoritism
The Peddling Nuisance.
' The Bill to license peddlars of goods, wares and
merchandize, having been championed through the
Assembly by the Minister of the Interior, has, we are
sorry to say, received tbe Royal sanction, doubt
less through the same influence in the Cabinet,
and will now become a law. And this too In the
face of tbe following protest, signed by all the
leading merchants and business men of the com
munity, who, it will be seen, took tbe same view of
the subject as that put forward by this journal
when the Act was first introduced. Whatever of
moral and financial evil may result to the country
at large through the legalizing of the peddling
nuisance, be it remembered that it was vigorously
promoted by the Minister of the Interior.
To the lion. Legislative Assembly of the Ilavoalian
We the undersigned have seen with no little
solicitude, that a Bill before your Hon. body to
license peddling, has met with so much favor as to
indicate its probable final passage. From the ex
perience of the past, it was found necessary to pro
hibit peddling, as it was found to be injurious in
practice, both as it affected the morals, tbe financial
interests of the people, and the revenue of the
Kingdom. We would therefore most earnestly
petition your Hon. body to decline tbe enactment
of the bill before the House, as one fraught with
great mischief to tbe people and detriment to the
revenue. And your petitioners will ever pray.
Signed by Theo. IL Davies, by his Attorney in
f fact, G. W. Macfarlane. DilliDgbatn & Co., M. Phil
lips & Co., Brown & Co.. F. A. Schaefer & Co., H.
Hackfeld & Co., H. M. Whitney, C Brewer & Co.,
II. E. Whitney. Hyman- Bros, Castle & Cooke, E.
Hofftcblaeger" Ira Richardson, A. S. Cleghorn &
Co.. M. Mclnernej, D. N. Flitner, Tbeod. C. Heuck,
G.J. Ernnies, Grunwald & Schutte. A. W. Peirce
& Co., Lewers & Dickson, Dan l. Smith, E. O. Hall
Sons, M. S. GrinbaunzACtw II. Mclntyre A Bro.,
""RoM- McKibbTn, jr., M. D., Friel & Laine, R. Whit
'man, B. F. Ehlers &. Co., C. Hustace. Thos. Cum-
mins. H. G. Crab be, Jno. H.Paty, J.T. Waterhouse.
jr., H. Waterbouse, H. I. Nolte, Chilian & Co., T.
Mossinan & Son. Afong & Achnck, F. C. Achong,
Jas. S. Lemon, R. Love & Bros., II. R. Hollister, J.
Assee, J. Perry, L. Aseu, Benj. Borros, Jas. Dodd,
Alo, S. Magnin, Sam! L. Lewis, McColgan & John
son, Charles Long, S. B. D6le. J. Porter Green. C.
Braudlecht, J. Hosing, Allen & Chillingwortb, Jno.
Kott Co., Gookim, Jas. Gay, F. T. Lenehan, J.
- "Session of 1374.
SuvrNTi-siourii lUt. Saturdar, Aug.
VRDCR Or litt HAT.
The Appropriation Bill was takin up, after its rr
eDgroafat. . On raotin tbe rule were mp'ti led,
aai the LiR was real by its title, and pacd on its
The Act to reduce crrtain cxrH r.ses. was rca 1 a
eecvnJ tixiic proidts that the travcV.tig ex petite i f
f tho Ju lges ct the Fanreiue Cvurt an i the Attorney
jciitral. kIjhJ tae fcetioil, loFiecur ueneri aoa it-e
Circuit Judges, shall be paid out cf their own
Ikn. Mr. Xaai ntvedjl anienj by Mrikingout
t the words "abJ tbe" Attorney General" fnim the
bill, as his sa!ary waj reduced at pre.-ect. Motion
wss put ani carneJ
Oa motion, the LUI as amended pastcJ t t'een
grcti. v - . .
Th Act to authorise the Minister -f the Interior
to separate a place for the lepers to reside, was taken
up on its second reading.
On motion of the Hon. Mr. Wilder the bill was
referred to the Committee of the VYHt'le, and the
lion. Mr. Aholo was called to Chair.
Hon. Mr. Wilder moveJ to amend by inserting
these words: "to permit Messrs, A kana aod IV well
to reside at Kalawao, Molokai, to practice the
A lengthy debate ensued, and when put tbe bill
was passed with amendments, whereupon the Com
mittee rose and reported consideration cf the same,
recommending that as amende! the bill do pa?a to
Oa suspension of the roles His Ex. J. . ioruiiiis,
from Committee on the Enrollment, reported that
His Majesty the King had approyed tbe Appropria
tion Bill. House adjourned.
xs " i - - - ; "
- ' SffvT.'STT-Ni nt it Pat, Monday, Aug. .
His Ex. J. O. Domiuid from Committee on Enroll
ment, reported that His Majesty the King had ap
proved forty bills, and presented a report as follows :
live Attembty ':" ' '' ' ' '
Your Committee beg most repectfa!ly to report
that it has pleased His Majesty the King to approve
of the following bills passed by this .Wembly :
An Act to amend Section 1 of an Act entitled
"An Act to amend Article 2. Chapter 7, of. the Civil
Code approved on the tilst day if August, A. D.
, ; li ati iu pruritic mr ue ihkiiij il iuc inin vi
I n A . : 1 r . , . . i .-k..t
Allegiance by persons in the employ of the Hawaiian
An -ct to abolish the office of St
and of the Navy.
.retary at War
An .ct to amend Sections
1452 and 1453 of the
t ivil l oae. ' . ,
An Act to' facilitate the negotiation of a treaty or
lA treaties of reciprocity
An Act to repeal Chapter 10 of the laws of 1870.
being "An Act relitirig to Divorce," approved on
the 18th day of July, A. I. 1870, and to re-cuaot
"An Act to permit divorced persons to marry again,"
approved on the 21th day of May, A. 1. I860.
An Act to encourage steam navigation with for
An Act to amend Section 479 of the Civil Code
relating to certificates of deposit.
An Act to authorize the Minister of Finance to
negotiate a loan for the school fund belonging to the
Board of Education.
An Act to quiet titles in lands chimed by right of
An Aot to Indemnify the Minister of Finance.
An Act to amend Section 1 of an Act entitled
"An Act to exempt volunteer soldiers from certaiu
'taxes," approved on the 6th day of July, A. D. 18C6.
An Act to provide a permanent settlement for
An Act to abolish the office of Circuit Judge of the
Island of Oahu.
An ri tn aittKnti.a TtnTaiAH . t .i .
- - - m.uv.iaw .'11UIOICI Ol nit- lUlLTIUr IO
grant to owners of mills for the manufacture of
sugar, licenses to distill spirituous liquor.
An Act to amend Section 2a. of nn Act entitled an
Act to amend an Act to regulate the awardiug and
distribution of water in tho district of Ltihaina, IeL
and of Maui.
)An Act to promote agricultural and industrial
ursuits in the public acbools of the Kingdom.
An Act to amend Section 42 of the Civil Code.
An Act to further extend tho term of the ooiamis
si uu of boundaries.
An Act to regulate tho time for
time for hoi ling elections
An Act to amend Section ClOcf the Civil Code,
Concerning acknowledgments of transfers of vessels.
An Act to amend Section I of an Act entitled "An
Act to authorize the Minister of the Interior to take
possession cf whatever land and water may be re
quired for. the use of the Honolulu Water Works,"
approved the 18th day of August, A. D. 1800,
An Act Jnend ArticVJS of the Civil Code, of
the amvjR wr"'-f Is by adding a new
, An Aot to amend Section 1883 of the Civil Code
of guardians and wards.
An Aot relating to orders of confirmation of sale
of real estate by administrators and guardian.
An Act to amend Section 488 of the Civil Code.
An Act to amend Sections 1 nn 1 3 of nn Act ap
proved on the 22.1 day of June, 18C8, to license the
slaughter and sale of beef.
An Act to provide for the sale of mortgaged prop
erty without suit and Uecruc of sale.
An Act providing for the tenure of office of Ren-
An Act to amend Section 870 of the Civil Code
and providing two places for holding the terms of
the Circuit Court for the Second Judicial Circuit.
An Act to repeal Section Q of on Act " To prevent
the spread of leprosy," approved on the 3d day of
January, A. D. 1805.
An Act to amend Chapter 52 of the Penal Code of
thia Kingdom, by adding a new Section thereto, to
be entitled Section 10 of Chapter 52.
An Act to amend Sections 574 and C91 of the
Cijril Code, concerning health certificates.
An Act to amend Section 1 of an Act designating
the owners of cattle, horses, mules, donkeys, sheep,
goats, and swine, not marked or branded according
to law, and whicb may be running wild and at large
on the lands of this Kingdom, approved on the 18th
day of July, A. D. 1870.
An Act to amend Section 915 of the Civil Code.
An Act to amend the Act of 18C4, concerning
An Act to amend Section 2 of the Act to regulate
the carrying of passengers between the islands of
thia Kingdom, approved January 10th, 18C5.
An Act to amend Section C46 of the Civil Code,
An Act to amend Section 9, Chapter 9, cf the new
An Act to amend Section G51 of the Civil Code, of
passports. Jxo. O. Domini, Committee.
OLDER OF HIE LAT.
The Act to regulate the right of dower, was taken
up on itn second reading, a new bill which was
recommended by the Special Committee.
The President ruled that the bill as recommended
by the Special Committee, was out of order; it is
equal to the introduction of a new bill.
After discussion, the bill, was indefinitely post
poned. The Act to further amend the law relating to the
Hawaiian Board of Health, was taken up on its third
reading and passed.
The bill to reduce the terms of imprisonment in
certain cases, was read a third time and passed.
The Act giving time to mortgi jers to redeem in
certain cases, was taken up on its third reading and
On motion of the Hon. Mr. Wilder the Act to
amend Section 1420 and 1423 of the Civil Code was
taken up for consideration, on its second reading;
relating to masters and servants.
On motion the bill was referred to the Committee
of the Whole, Hon. W. T. Martin in the Chair.
The majority report of the Special Committee was
also read with amendments, recommending that as
amended the bill do pass to be engrossed,
Hon. Mr. Kipi moved to indefinitely postpone.
A lengthy debate ensued, in wbtch Hon. Messrs.
Kipi, Kaukaha, Kakani, Kapule, Komoikeehuebu
and Kauai opposed the bill, and Hon. Messrs. Kaai,
Birch, Koakana, Hanpa and Nawahi supported it
When the vote was taken. Section 1 of the bill
was indefinitely postponed, and Sections 2 and 2 were
passed as recommended by the Special Committee,
whereupon the Committee rose and reported the
same. House adjourned.
Eightieth Dat, Tuesday, Aug. 4.
The House resumed consideration of the Act to
amend Sections 1420 and 1423 of the Civil Code,
which was the unfinished business, in the Committee
of the Whole, Hon. W. T. Martin in Chair.
Oa motion of His Ex. the Attorney General, the
title was indefinitely postponed.
"On motion the whole bill was indefinitely post
poned, whereupon the Committee rose and reported
the same. Adopted; 25 ayes, noes 13
On suspension of the rules Hon. Mr. Dowsett,
from Committee on the bill to amend Sections 130
and 131 of the Civil Code, relating to shipping
(foreign) masters, reported consideration of the
same, recommending that the bill do pass to be en
grossed. After being slightly amended, the bill was so
The Act to codify and reviset the laws of this King
dom was taken up, and passed on its final reading.
The Act to authorize a national loan, and to define
to what uses such loan shall be devoted, was read a
His Ex. the Attorney General moved to Insert
again ia Section 2, the sentence that was struck oat
the other day, viz. : "Aod the Minister or Finance
may likewise iae, as a part of thia lmt It rScttftnga
for coin cr salaries or ether dues of Govrrirnr-nt,
Treasury Note of any denomination Wa tha fifty .
dollars, bearing no iutcreet atvl piyalte to bcrer fi
demand ; provided, that the amount of nc!f so luct
shsll not exceed in the fgregate at any lima aeventy
The motion was put nJ bit; "3 vot-s cirt, 21
nce, ayr 13.
Ilia Fa", the Minister .f the Interior moved to
amend S-ct:on 6, Ly iaevrting the .tJ "tw
third" Instead ef the wr-rd "me h-ff. o that
the cenlcucc will rtad : " that the luic tua.le on
produce or tiauui"o4ure J puwla shall not eaoee-1 iro
lAirus cf the market value," He. Carrtwd, ,
Haa. Mr. Nawahi moved to indennitilv Mwtoone.
Tbe motion was pat and kt; 40 votes caat, II
aye. aoa 26. r- "j i ; .. r .
Jn EDotka Ike bill was passed mi it laal swtUiag '
Hou. Mr Kaukaha Riovd that lb petition fry ,
Honolula signed by 800 person, prsjinr that the-'.
Legislative Assembly do tiot r tht Loaa BUI, be
taken up for consideration. Carried.
On notioa cf the sum gentleman the petition
referred to a arlect committee, consisting of Ilia Ft.
the Attorney General, Hour, JvaakaUa, Kaai. Ka
kani and Nahinu.
The Act to amend Sections 1 aod 6. Chaptwe Si,'
cf the law rtlating to laze on animal, approve.!
July 21st, 1870, was take up on its third reading
A motion to indefinitely postpone wi loaf, and
tbe bill passed on its final reading.
Hon. Sir. Kaai moved to take up the petition from
Mr. lieo, C. Sideia of Honolulu, for evni deration.
On motion the petitioa was referred to the Com
mittee of the Whole, Hon Mr. Kipi in the Chair
Uoa. Mr. Kaai tnade a vtatement ef tht farts
which bad given riae to this petition, and ataled the
circumstance cf the three putlio housi. the Bank
Ezchauge." the "Royal" aad the " Uartlett Pa- .
loon," having been prueecuted for breaking the law
in regard to selling spirits, to latins. Iwasevi
dent that even justice had not been done. Mr. Sidcra
had done no more, and in fact not so much, in via-
lation of tbe law al bad the . keer -cf wis Ut.
(Hughe) who was guilty of two oflVneea Immediate
ly following each other, and who got off by Dating
nominal fine, while Siders pya a thousand dollar
and loses hi business entirely. The other two
aloons, equally guilty, are still rauniog. He had
been infoimed outside cf the House that two Hon.
members were interested i these m s.vlwn Vt "J
the "Barilctt" was mortgaged to one lion. mem.
bcr, and that another Hon. member was the proprie
tor cf the Royal." wrong and an injustice had
evidently been done In this saloon I usu.i wi. and to
make it right, either hidera should get bis thoitid
dollars back or the other two ralootia should le
served as be bad bceu served. r T - j ,
His Ex. the Minister of tt.fflnfcrh r saM'fb'at the
cause of the state of aflairt alluded to by the Hon.
Mr KaaL, was probably due lo tie. change da tlie
Ministry that followed the death of the fate Kir.?
Mr Hall who as Milliliter of the Interior ordered the
prosecution of Mr. 8idorV bond, paruapi entertained
different views on the oufotiou of an immrJUi. en
forcement of the law from those laid by Mr. T.1
uiantt. whs suooeedeil liiui (a nfT.M "i .........
On motion of the Hon. Mr. Kaukah the Commit,
tee rose and reported cosnideralkm er Ch petition,
recommending that it be referred lo Their Kzcellen
cieathe Minister of the Inteiior shd the Attorney
General, with instructions to thetu. to proctul
Mr. Hughes and the proprietor of the lioyal I Intel
for violating the law, by furnishing liquor to Ha
waiians. On niotion of the Hon. Mr. luroli ths 'Act Ui 'W
amend Section 480 of the Civil Code n taken up; 4
but the House adjourned without duKjusbion of the
EiojiTi-riRMT Dav, Wednesday, Aug, tV . -1
His Ex. Jno. O. Domini from Committee on Fu
rollment, presented the following report 5 '
lion. Chat. It. Jiithop, PretiJtnt t As LeguUtivt
Your Committee beg moat rcrpectfully to it pur I
that it has pleased His Majesty the King to approve '
of the following bills parsed by this Aetntiy t 1
Au Act to amend Soclion 1035 of the Civil Code.
An Act to prohibit the peddling and hawking for
sale of cakes of every description in this Kingdom,
without a license. .
An Act to allow the peddling of imported good in
Your Committee also report back lo the Assembly ,
the following bills, aa not having been approved by
His Majesty : .
An Act providing for an Auditor of Publio Ao
counts. . i, , . i- '
Au Act to n gulate the pay of government oflioura
if they are absent in foreign count r'us.
, An Act to re-enact Section 1284 of the Civil (Vie.
- An Act to make the proctioe of medicine of lepers
general. . , ' t , .
An Act to establish the number of hours lobe
considered a day work under the contracts author
ized by Sections 1117 and HIS of the Civil Code.
Jko. O. Dominis, Committre.
Hon. Mr. Kaukaha presented a resolution to the
effect that the House appoint a committee t,r five to
wuit upon His Majealy the King, and lo inform Him
that the Legislative Assembly will be ready for pro
rogation on Saturday next, Auguut 8th, 1874.
The following gentlemen were appointed by the
President as the Committee, to wail apon Ills MK.
esty : Hon. Messrs. Kaukaha, Muehonu. Parker,
Wilder and Aholo.
OAI.KH or THE DAT.
The Act to amend Section J80 of the Civil Cede
was read a third time.
On motion of the Hon. Mr. Wilder, the bill was
indefinitely postponed; , ay votes cast. sys i'i,,. .
noes 18.' , , ...,' 't ' 1 i
The Act to amend the law relating to thea!- '' j n
ment and collection of Isxes, was taken up on its '
third reading and passed.
On motion the House adjourned at 11 o'clock a.
m., till to-morrow, 10 o'clock a. m.
EiGHTr-BECosn Day, Thursday, Aug. fi.
Assembly met as usual.
His Ex. Jno. O. Dominis from Committee on En
rollment, reported that His Majesty the King bad
approved the Act to amend Section 237 "f tbe Civil : t
Code, and ths Aot for the encouragement and aid of 4
any company now incorporated or that may be here
alter incorporated for the transmission of Intelligence
Hon. Mr. Kaiue read a resolution to tbe effect x '
that the Secretary of tbe Assembly be allowed twenty
days after the prorogation, for completing the rec
ords cf tbe proceedings. Adopted.
ORDKR OF THK DAT.
The Act to amend Section 2 of an Act entitled, an
Act to amend Sectioas ISO aad 131 cf the Civil Code
(foreign shipping snaatara), approve December 311.
1864, was taken up on its third reading and paaaed.
Tbe Act to provide for the treatment of lepera at
Kalihi Hwpitid by Messrs. Powell and Akaua, was
read a third time.
On motion the bill was paased on its final reading! "
On motion the House adjourned at bulf-past 10
o'clock a. m., till to-morrow, 10 o'clock a. m.
Eiohtt-Tiiisd Dat, Friday, August 7.
His Ex. the Attorney General reported back on lie
half cf the Enrollment Comn.it tee the following Acts,
without approval cf His Majesty : An Act to Merge
several offices into one ; and An Act to Regulate the
Assessment and Collection cf Taxes.
Hon. Mr. Kaakaha, from tbe Special Committee,
reported that they bad waited on His Majeaty the
King, and informed Him that the Assembly will bv
ready for prorogation on Saturday next; and that
the same bad received His approval.
Hon. Mr. Aholo read a resolution to the effort Ibat
this Assembly express their appreciation to the Board
of Education for the manner in which they have per
formed thoir duties during the past two years.
ORDERS Or THE DAY.
The Act to prohibit the importation and sale cf
Opium, was taken ap on its third reading. A mo
tion was made to indefinitely postpone tbe bill. lbs
motion was put and lost ; 88 votes cast, ayes H,
On motion cf Hon. Mr. leeobcrg tie bill was
passed on Its final reading.
The Act to amend Sections 2 and 3 of an Act en
titled, " An Act to repeal ao act regarJing the qual
ification cf electors, approved Dec. 81, 1804, and to
regulate the qualification cf electors for Representa
tives to the Legislative Assembly cf the Kingdom,"
was taken up on its third reading, and passed.
The Act to reduce certain expenses: was rcsJ a .'
third time. Amotion to indefinitely postpone was
put and lost; 40 votes cast, ayes 16, noes 24.
His Ex. the Attorney General moved to amend the
bill by striking out the words. "Jadgcs cf the
Supreme and Circuit Courts." . Lost, anil the bill
was passed on its final reading.
On suspension cf the rules. Hon. Mr. Kaukaha,
from Special Committee on the petition from Hono
lulu referring to tbe Loan Bill, reported eensidera-.
tion of tbe si me. The Committee were of the opin
ion that the petition was cf a threatening and highly
disrespectful nature, an outrage on the dignity of
the House, and they recommended that the Hon. Mr.
Kauai, who introduced it, be censured by resolution, .
and that the petition Itself be pnased into tbe bands"
of the bead cf police for action against the signers.
A lively discussion ensued, in which several mem
bers spoke strongly against the spirit which was ap
parent in tbe petition, and severely blamed tbe mem
ber who had introduced it ; when on motion, the re
port of tbe Committee was amended by striking out
tbe censure of the member, and as amended it w
Adjourned until to-morrow at 11 A. M. (