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PACIFIC COMMMERC1AL ADVE R T I S E R, MAY 20, 1882.
F I C COM MMERCIAL A D V Eli TI S E ll JUNE 3, 1882.
P A C I
H. W. SEVERANCE,
( ONol t. AM COM l SNiti
SI Cii(' ri eiri. rar.risco.
WILLIAUS. DIMOXD & CO..
Shipping & Coniniiion Merchant,
11 S.Cllfrl Mrrrl.
to. r. rorrii. staenaT roLosa.
GEORGE F. COFFIN & CO.,
SBIPPI-1C 1SD COMTI1SSIU MKRUIIMS.
13 f.am Street, Cr.tin Block,
PA RTICri. R ATTEXTIO CIVKS TO
8Uin Hawaiian oJt. '! lii!-tn.o fuarsnteett.
JOHN HARVEY & CO.,
-Bank of M.,otrl-
l KRCII 'T.H WOOL
i !. Caaaslsi.
Cuh advances on Codtifaosebt
W. H. CEOSSMAN & BRO.,
HhlppInK nl ComiulHNlon
M K II C II A T K.
g CkaaWrt Mrrrl. XEW VORK.
Vrne Castle Cooke and J. T. Waterhou,.
GRATEFUL CO M F UTI X i .
By thoroof h knoatedj-, of the nt jrl Us wh;rj g v
m th operations ol d:g-.ir,n end nutrition, ai.d
earsfal application of w 60 prop-n i irf eii-eic:ed
oenav Mr. Eppa provided oor break. t litilrt with a
dellcately-m.vored bverase winch Buy - u. mj havy
Joctor'a bill. I: l by to? JuJ ci a ! urti art.os of
diet that a. constitution may be gra.lii.liy tu.lt up antil
strong enooch l reii enrj tendency I . dise. Hundreds
of subUs maladies are floatir.f around wa ready to altar
wherever t&ere U point- w wpe many a
fatal shaft by keepinf ourselves wi: ruti-d hh pare
ad properly nourished fr.me.' See art rl In the Cirt
M l4 simply with, boiliof water or milk.
Bold only la packet, labelled t
JAIES EPPS to CO.,
B - to mlbrm the Public, that notwithstanding their
immense AUCTION" TRADE SALE, their
Is Complete as ever, having received large shipments Ex
A TA LA NT A ," " D. C.MUIIKAY,
and" ANJER HEAD,'' also to arrive,
EX " LA D Y LAMP SON"
and " ZEALAND1A,"
LARGE INVOICES !
AFl ERIC Aft! AND ENGLISH PRINTS!
BROWN and WHITE COTTONS,
DENIMS, SHEETINGS, and a
FULL LIME OF GENTLEMENS AND BOYS CLOTHING!
WllITh AXJ CALICO SHIRTS,
vr'K WOOL. UXIOX& COTTON SUW'IS,
A FfSME LlfJE OF LADIES AND CHILDRESS
The House m-t at 10 a.m. pnrsaant to adjoaria
iii. :.t from the 2tth iusunt. and. after prayer by
the llev. Chaplain, the reading of the minntes
of last meeting wns proceeded with. Oa tie
motion of Hon. Mr. Haupu tha minutes as read
Oa motion of Hon. Mr. Aholo, the credentials
on Hon. W. H. Rice, member elect from the
district of Lihae. Kauai, and Hon. Mr. Kaukau,
memb, r elect from the new district of Kanapali
Maui, were referred to the Judiciary Committee
for examination. .
Hon. Mr. Kaulukou, chairman of the Judiciary
Committee, under the suspension of the rules,
' imported back to the House that the credentials
i were in proper order, ana on mouuu v ivu.
i Mr. Pilipo the report was accepted. His Honor
the Chief Justice then waited on the Assembly
and administered the oath to the Hon. members.
A number of petitions were presented, among
i which were :
! n.n NV11 IiUlion. a tetition from the
Planters" Ass.H.iation, to prohibit the introduc
tion or sale of opium in the Kingdom. Re
ferred to Committee ou Finance.
His Ex. V. M. Gibson Minister of Foreign
Relations presented a petition, containing 193
signatures, from lepers at Kalawao, praying that
lepers be cured for ami allowed to remain on the
dirlertiit inlands t. which they belong. On
motion of His Excellency the petition was
referred t( the Sanitary Committee.
Hon. Mr. Nakoo'koo, from residents of
Wailuku, that slaughter houses at Kahnlui be
Nakalcka, the Bill was laid on the table until
the presence in the House of the introducer.
The Bill to amend section 915 of the Session
Laws of 1S54 relating to the jurisdiction of Dis
trict Justices was ihen read lor the second time,
and a short discussion followed, ended by His
Excellency the Attorney-Geueral, moving that
the Bill be referred to a Select Committee. Car
Tied. Attornev-General Preston and Honorable
ahinu, Kaulukou, Aholo and Judd
pointed to serve.
The Assembly took a recess at 12 o'clock to
convene again at 1 p. sc. At this latter hour,
there were few members present, and the Ser
geant at Arms was busily employed iu hunting up
a quorum until at 1.30 V. m., when no quorum
being present, on motion of Hon. C. R. Bishop
the Houseadjourned until 10 a.m. next day.
BROGUE, SPEAR & CO.,
Manufacturing and Importing Jewelers . i
. ... ....
SSolislsru- is Complete I I
. T 1,
lion. oUIe WnleniHUii saw xnai ue as aUiraaIs
Tuesday, May 30th. 1S2.
The Assembly met at 10 a.m., and, after
prayer by the Chaplain and reading of the
minutes by the Secretary, the hearing of peti
tions was proceeded with, and several were pre
sented. Hon. Mr. Mahoe then read, by permission, for
the first time a Bill defining the ownership of wild
poultry. Ordered to second reading.
Hon. Frank Brown introduced a resolution re
questing the Minister of Finance to procure
from Collector-General of Customs the amount
of wiues and spirits imported into the Custom
House in Honolulu bv anv Chinese merchants.
uu.l flirt mm in nt of snirits stored therein in the !
name of any Chinese merchants, and the tiaus
fers of same during the past two years. Carried.
Hon. Mr. Riee gave notice of intention to in
troduce the following Bills : 1. To prohibit the
int rn.lnri.-in mill K.alp of inroxieatiuTr liauors.
introduction of diseases uy
COLD AND SILVER SETTS.
PINS, RINCS. EAR RINCS. SCARF PINS,
VEST CHA.cNAS.FNECKcUACSfeESCE B0TTON8.
7"fxtXDLi,in. v specialty-
Silver , Filagree Jewelry, , . . ri1. .
Tasraanian Sh.U Kecao inaU .W,. rfOjte
CFM'S CHOCOLATE 55t.VCC
S Til AW, and PANAMA,
WOOL and CASS1MERE!
A DVFJTSIG A Ci E NT. 21 MKRCII ANTS
- EXCIIANUE. feaa fnncitca, Cslifwraia. U aa'.boriznt
ta ri iiTTUenent low ike column of ihi paper.
L, P. FISHER'S
Rooma 20 anj 2 1 .Mrrrhanu' Echn,
CalJornU Sire-t, Sao Fnneisco.
7"1. B. IJTcrtlslai Solitlttd for all ls
papert Pialbhfd n the Parlfir eat,the S ndwlth
IsUaa1, Polyaesla, Jlexlraa Pwrts Paaama. idpa
ralio, Jpaa, Chla. lew Zealand, the la-trallaa
CaUnles, the Eastern States and F.nrope. Files of
early etery lewpper I'a'alihed oa the Patlfie
Caast are kept Caastantlj ea Hand, ami all adier
tlri are aMawed Free aeeew to the m darlns BuI
ess llaars. The PACIFIC C03IFUniL ADVER
TISES I kept aa file at the uflite or L. P. FISHER.
Ii 9 If
1,001 ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
rUi:CJIASJ:iiS IX THE TRADE xcnifind it very mm-, to their
advantage by examining our stock.
1 L HONOLDI
slaughter house m iitionea was a nuisnuee, ur
BU-Sestod that ietitiou be referred to a select
committee to investigate. Chapt
The Hon. m-inber from Koolaupoko thought factur
if ihe slaughter house was a nuisance xne maiier
belonged to the Attorney-General's Department.
If the sheriff and other law officers of the place
: had gone to sU cp. His Excellency the Attoruey
i (i.ni,rii o.-.nl.i i.nl.-r tlip lMirties to be prosecuted.
i and if found to be a nuisance it could easily be j
: removed. Moved that the petition be referred j
i to the Attorney-General. j
Hon. Mr. Xawahi hoped that the members ot
' the Assembly vould not run away with the idea
j that all the smart people iu the country were
! members of the Assembly, there were plenty of
i very smart people outside, there was a great
'; n amber of smart people in Wailuku. The law
' on the subject was plain enough, but when only
50 residents out of 503 signed the petition he
had doubts about the adjudging the retried
nuisance really a nuisance.
ti.o i."v. 11ahv Governor Douiinis stated that
the place complained of was a nuisance, and
that the sheriff of Maui had ordered the removal.
Xo suitable location presenting itself, a reason
able time had been granted to find one.
His Excellency the Attorney-General stated
that the Circuit Court would sit at Wailuku
during the next week, and that he would send a
proper representative, who would "be instructed
to attend to this alleged nuisance. The petition
m . . ii " .... I
was then reterrea to me Aiioruev-ueuensi
- - - i r : r .
j establish a lien law.
the Kingdom. 3. To
Hon. Mr. Lahilahi, by permisaion, read for
the first time & Bill to amend several sections of
r 12. Penal Code, relating to tne manu
facture of intoxicating liquors.
Alter tne Jiiu nan oeeu reau, ami
made that it be printed. His Excellency the
Attorney-General stated that from the pre
sent couditiou of the Bill he considered it would
be a waste of public money to have it printed,
and would oppose any such motiou. The clauses
did not comply with "the Constitution, and the
different sections dealt with matter and amend-
Vi titlo tl Kiik!Fsted that the
presenter withdraw the Bill, and present it iu a
better form. Hon. Mr. Lahilahi acted on the
suggestion, and withdrew the Bill.
Hon. Mr. Pilipo introduced a resolution that
the Minister of Foreign Relations be requested
to present information to the Assembly regard-
l iug certain cl .ims by the British Government,
I arfsing out of the 'Reciprocity Treaty ; resolu
! tion was amended by Hon. Mr. Kalna's msertion
I of the word " written."
His Excellency -W. M. Gibson, Minister of
i Foreign Relations, said it was his inteution to
! present a report on certain matters, and which
j will involve the subject mentioned. It had been
i ii nraetice to be rather reticent regarding the
! affairs of the Foreign Office, but the present in- j
I cumbent intended to present matters to tlie
, Assembly which he judged would be of interest
) tt f - nrnu'n i-An Vv . HF mi ssiuii. for the
WK WOULD l..S S I' ATK THAT WK M AM F CTl RK A I.U KIND r
Gold, Kulxui, Shell and other Jewelry
Watches Repah-cd 1.V Competent Workmen.
DIAMONDS SET IN THE LATEST STYLES.
A Speeii.Iily lBn1c in Eiiffrnvliifir of nil Mn
OHOKHS fRM TUB OT..KR hMXM WIIA RKCKIVK OUR PROMPT
Every Article Guaranteed as represented, or Money Reftmded
ANJER . . 'HEAD.-"
IIVTHK iRKIVUi.ir I'll K ABOVE STEAM KR. I HAVE R 6.CICI
AND FROM liOXDOJf VIA PANAMA
COMPRISING IN PART:
3F" I 1XT S3 BRBSS OODS!
JOHN FOWLER & CO.
a RE PRKPIKKD TOFURMSII I'l.ANM
A n,i Ettmauw It Sil foriahlr Trmwy.. wi.ta or
Plotttoo.. Prnriit K-il. iu. lo..mUr ml cn.
Traction nirinca u.. . - ,
j ...... Mrh..rT. Pon.le fleam Eokhw U-r ail
.. . i f . . . . . r, n
thmba Plata ani JUch nery may ern .Hhe of
O. W. MACfAELASE C
aorJO tf Airnn fcr Jofcn lowler & Co
art men irn liu iu iuc xxtm. - 1 1 . jiuu """i i " -
iii r Kiinhane. from residents of the dis- ; timt bill to amend Section 2, Chapter 3o,
TrcTT? UTT IVX.TT A TST TTDTTD iVT
SI 6 &d 213 Califbimia, St.,
f 1 Kill . J '
..:.. Van nruriro Hint tVlfl Rllm of 10.000 DO
I I HI 111 jvuu, 1" I J "ci " '
inserted in the list of appropriations for the con
struction of a road from Honuapo to Kapapala in
..... i 1 1 i . i t" . i. ; l. : ,1. 1.- 1 m
that custrici ; aiso mat iue miuuuiiu ""cnc.
of the Penal Code, relating to
Ordered to second reading.
Hon. Mr. Nawahi introduced a resolution re-
i: .. finiatf s.f ilio Tntf.rior to rpnort to
i allowed to be used by the public ; also that the j tne Assembly the amount of money received by
i Government be authorised to share the expense tne j3oard of Immigration from planters for
Have the LAE EST and BEST ASSORTMENT of
n -rale and E"ai2c;jT
Andfrom their knowledge of ISLAND TRADE and "MMENTS
are better PREPARED to fill orders than any other House
in their Line. Orders from all the Islands will be
promptly, carefully and faithfully
FILLED and FUKWAttiu-
11 it o
SlA rim --MaiaMaMTaT-MTaBT-mTaTaBBB.-
" aaiA A m
- wuuu. ViUUU
LOOK AT THIS
.11 S It. 1VIIXN IIAVINU HKTRKI)
AT RK6UNBUK RATfc.
FIKST QUALITY FIRB '0)B
Beale and Howard Streets,
8AN FRASCIsCO, CA LI FORMA
W. H. TAILOR, - - - rresldeat,
MOO&E. - - - Saperlntfndfnt,
IS ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
High Pressare ar Campaand.
STEAM VESSEIJ of all kin!, tnill complete with
Uolla Of WOOU, iron
ORDINARY ENGINES cnmpounde.l when a.lrisable.
. . v'iir nnrM ami fleam Tuk con
T ac -Uh rVfrreriothe Trad In -t kb th.y are o
Z"--r!j i tonnaie and draft of water isa.ran-
SLRAR MII.IJ AND SVUAH MAKING
Alao.-ll Her Iron Wrk connoted therewith.
VATEK PIFE.of Boiler or Sheet Iroo. of anyts
BolLV. Punched, and Packed for Shipment. reaHy to be
vet! o Ihe iround-
?AaU?BTelnr7M.chinery. that quality of wura hr.n(
pvr tapwrior to hand work.
ii I r WORK. Ship ami sfteam Cpun. Stera Winch
Sl,irAiratirel.t Pump., made after the moat a,
. , rrri Ac-. in Purop. f-'r Irrigation or City W-
Uoiioo. aaperioc lo toy oti-er Pnp d.. si U
A CENTS lor WottMngton Dnptei Steam Pump.
TRADE JOllLIU L
HarlBts Re?ie & General. Prices Current!
ruMUhed Mo.Uy. and la Ejsuah. I" !',le
o Pareha f Contitwotnl . U; .re W hole-
prices ao l Disoonia all-wed, of
Wtwsi. Brandie., Prenered Prnrni. n., Fancy Gck-W'
" Miiunery. Cr-a urrial. Porceiain.
ed Ware. Watrlie, Cock. Be. I Im.Ut.on Jewelry
Perf-n,eiy Toy. 'Jleosrapha.
Bcieounc "" " L a, Sialrf)nery, .-we-t.
JTlw-&Vr U-f etc Ktc
ai JPrfcra Curreni of Pro.o. Market KenorU. Nol.cea on
A 'a-te". Trade IntelU-nce, etc.
ANSCAL fDBiCBIPWOSS-3. for PUl Inioo, and e.
lo other Coontriea. .
i.t. t ft I")I1'1K W AT Kit-' on Pan ir Lon
jFAlD LETTERS REFCSED. -X
.w tTCU TRADE JOURNAL A RErORTER,
AJ4re-. Th FRINCU ' , chabctJ. Pari, France.
Artesian Well Work.
Wagon and Carriage Work.
Bridge Work. etc.. etc-.
Done by Experienced Workmen !
AT RAT THAT WILL
FOR SALE CHEAP,
EITIIKR IV C0U1) WOOD OR tTT IX 1 SPLIT
ALL WOOD DELIVERED TO
ANY PART OF THE CITY
SEND OUDEKS LU
Enterprise Planing rviill-.
NO. 121 FORT STREET.
r .if.;-i,;iirr ttip -tt-linrvria fit lionuiwu nuci
t l L luiliuiuiuiug ' - .
i Pumilnu; also that sittings of tlie District Court be ;
1 held at Punaluu, and that the sum of $2,000 bo
nla hnildino' a coiirthonwe at
that place ; alao that parents, having five or six
children living, be exempted from taxes. The
preceding series of petitions were referred to the
Committee on Miscellaneous Subjects.
iiio Vvia1Ipuv fiovernor Doruinis. chairman
... T. II . Innint.'llIA 1aill-ilill Vl O f 11 1 C
ol l lie iiiiiroiimcui vuiumnicc, t ui.-v. -----Majesty
had been pleased to sign the following
1. A Bill to amend Section 1, Session Laws of
"T 1808, relating to the pay of Eepresentatives.
i 2. A bill to amend Section 3, Chapter 22, of
too 1 enai uoue lt-iunuy w uiuij.
3. A Bill to amend Section 2, Chapter 10, of
the Ses-ion Laws of I860 relating to punishment
Further time was asked for by tbe Chairman
of the Judiciary Committee and the request was
The following reports of Select Committees
were then presented:
Hon. Mr. Pilipo, Chairman of the Committee
to whom was referred the consideration of a Bill
to amend Section 780 of the Civil Code, relating
to the number of Representatives and especially
to allowing two liepresentativts for Kolmla,
returned a majority report favoring the intent of
..... . i u;n
tlie lUl ami suummeu un uuicuucu
i.ii.c- iii.iin.r th l.nut two vears. Hon. Noble
1 1 WW V I V. . . "0
Widemanii amended by adding, also how much
paid out for immigration during the same time.
Amendment accepted, and resolution carried.
Hon. Mr. Itichardson presented a resolution
requesting the Minister of Foreign Relations to
supply copies of the treaties in existence be
tween Great Britain and France and this King
iinn Tv Pilino introduced a resolution re
questing the Attorney-General to present to the.
Assembly his opinion on the subject of prohi.
bition, whether if the law was passed it could be
enforced without conflicting with any existing
treaties. The Hon. member said the question
was a very important one; petitions were con
tinually coming in from all portions of the
Group asking for the enactment of a prohibitory
law. He had heard that the Chancellor of the
Kinoilnm hud stated at a recent temperance
meeting that thero were no treaties with which
the law would conflict, but he would be pleased
to have the opinion of His Excellency on the
Hon. Mr. Aholo amended by adding that the
opinion when completed le translated and
Hon. Mr. Kamehele gave notiee of intention
to introduce a Bill to report: Chapter ."7 of the
Penal Code, relating to the I i. mitiyate.
a " if thi da- tiio Bill to amend
A. luv . 1 - .
l:;tin' to scliooi
was read for
s then made
11X17 nevwuu ."' ..... .
to lay on th table to bo considered with the Tax
HI. I S II F.n. SII.KN. VELVETS. TRIMMINGS, .
HUGI.K. DEAD TRI V1MI.VGS. I-H
ORNAMENTS. CO R D S. I. rRINOKS.
. t u a r" ii w wi.f. m mt M ra. Ai
ir The ahr.ve LIST !jrUiHlDS:AMK WITH and WKKK SI.Lr.ll -f n
MELL1S. who porc-haied them especially
jBsiF- TO MEET THE REQ Ul HE ME NTS OF THE
ALSO, FROM THE
Celebrated Intel-national Olotliinr Company,
I HAVE RECEIVED PER AN.TEH HEAIV nH.r f-U LI-
GEXTS, YOUTHS, AiI BOI SV CLOTIBIHG !
The Oood. .re FIUT CLASS, AT BOTTOM PRICES, and been .elected
TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE PEOPLE OF THESE ISLANDS
1 thai taluJfi" JnOEl"jyOTHER DEPARTMENT to hi. .'ready full .tore, vl,
Boots, Shoes, Slippers. Gaiters, Ankle-ties, Etc., Etc.,
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Girls, Youths & Children.
i mm -V T 1 f
O 3E U SL S u3l im ju t x c
TilFSF FINK SAND A IS re NEW BRAND ...! VERY VICE AND CO.MKOBTaBLR
" ' D-lDIKSSHOliliDTllVTIIBM
NEW GOODS are now open for inspection, and attentive Clerk will hav
much pleasure in showing Goods.
Honolulu Clotliiner Emporium,
104 FORT STREET. KKEWER'S BLOCK.
Alt 'he above
... .... . - . . 1 T . .i.i ' . . . . . J i - -ii-i T
vidmg lor tne increase in nuuiuer oi urj.'iwvuw i Section 4St oi tne t.ivn v one, s i..uu
tives iu other districts (notably Honolulu and J taXi ws taken up, and on motion w
Makawao.) , the second time by title. M :ion wa
in- thf Assemblv. laid' ou the table, and ; Ciriil
further action deferred until the presentation of ! Second readme; of the Bill to provide a perma-
ii.. . i i . ii .,- f-, linn Xiihiii K in linlaue.
i neiiL anut'iuviii iih
. IA. I
SH IS A Till ORDER.
XJ IWt frcet ,h-Sho,.. op.te Moipr -
-I..... Ijicts' Pl.n-n-j Mill.
CHAS. B. WILSON.
DRUGS h MEDICINES
Most Complete Assortm'nt
IN Til E
Hawaiian Islands !
A. the greater portion ol bur rt'.ck
Is Obtained from First Hands,
WK AKE KNAKLKU TO
far t.le liw by
O. W. MCKAKLNK A CO.
Portland Cement !
The Best English Cement j
in the Market
F..r ate In Qoi'ii- -i- v
W. MACFARLASE & CO.
TO TBI K TKAD I
Sell at Very Low Figures !
KEEP ONLY THEBEST QUALITY !
, F..K THri
LOtTELU M ASS.. AND THE
tf r-ovu Perfumery 'o.,
I Parlse, Davis & Co.,
j .DETROIT, MICHIGAN.
j Manufacturing Chemists.
i ! Homoepathic Medicine Co.,
I NEW YORK.
Gr. Gc. GREEN,
For !al ' y
W . M A V V A K I. E A- CO.
WING WO TAI & CO.,
Have Constantly on I land
for' s a
At their Firrrrof Store, om ite !..a.ao. Nuana rtrrrt.
A FILL LINE OF
JAPAKand CHINA TKAS.
Botb U.h an.l Low PriceJ. .cronling to Qaaliiy-
AI--fBll a-t. of Plantation SappHf. H tind..
Al.ay.oDhaDd a L.tRGR K ir r..(
ihi-y being Aj-nt fr three pUntat.on.. .
A few of thasf FA4CT SILK PARLOR SCRF.F.XS left ;
jl '81 ly
WISO TAl Ac CO
AIGIST FL()WEH&GEiniA SYI11P.
CELLULOID TRUSSES !
Warr&ntett notiu BreaK ! Rust ! Or Wear um !
By an Experienced Pharmacist !
ANY HOUR of the DAY or NIGHT!
HOLLISTER &C Cos.
WHOLESALE Ai RETAIL DKIT.I.ISTS.
r4-&2iyml 69 NCUANU STKKKT. dmly
I V" The only place tlny Okvxs good clotu
ixt at the very lowkst rates is at Chas. J.
FltiHKL-s' POI'ULAR STOBt.
li-l'itT lsOTinl'l .
Hon. Mr. Pilipo also presented from the Kume
committee ft report on the Bill to amend Section
lys of the Civil Code, and relating to the divi
sion of the district of Hilo into two districts.
The committee submitted that, as the Bill does
not designate the boundaries of the proposed
districts, a great deal of confusion would arise,
and they recommended the indefinite postpone
ment of the Bill.
Hon. Mr. Palohan, the only member of the
committee who had not signed the report, moved
to lay the report of the committee on the table
until" a minority report was presented. Carried.
Hon. Mr. Kalua, of the committee to whom
was referred the resolution regarding the Sales
of lenses of Government lands by the Miuister
of the Interior," informed the House that on
account of the resignation of the Ministry the
committee was one member short, th late
Minister of the Interior being a member.
President Rhodes appointed His Excellency
,i . ix , ntiai . ' . . - ' ra
Resolutions being iu order the following among
rt.-i. n-arA trpeiiteil
His Excellencj' the Minister of Finance read
for the 4irst time ihe Appropriation Bill by title.
Hon. Mr. Aholo read by permission, for the
first time, a Bill creating a settlement of $1,200
per annum, on Honorable Noble Kuihelani.
Ordered to second reading.
Hon. Mr. Palohau, gave notice of intention to
introduce a Bill authorizing the Minister of the
Interior to use efforts to efl'ect the immigration
of single women into the Kingdom.
His Excellency the Minister of Finance gave
notice of intention to introduce a Bill relating
to the custody, receipt and issuing of public
money an.l the auditing of public accounts.
His Excellency Edward Preston, Atlorney
(leneral, gave notice of intention to introduce a
Bill to amend Section 97S of the Civil Code re
lating to bankrupts. Also a Bill relating to the
. . , . i
descent ol properly lo neirs-ai-taw.
- - - , i ii ..
Hon. Jlr. Kauai reaa oy permission, iur iu
first time a Bill relating to facilitating the col
lection of taxes. Ordered to second reading.
Hon. Mr. Tahia, read for the first time a Bill
to amend Section 57 of the Civil Code relating
to retail licenses.
His Excellency the Minister of Finance gave
notice of intention to amend Section 129 of the
Civil Code relating to the shipment of Hawaiian
Hon. Mr. Kauai gave notice of intention to
introduce a Bill providing for a permanent set
tlement on Judge Kahaleaahu.
The Hon. member from Koolaupako gave
notice of intention to introduce a Bill to amend
Section 91G of the Civil Code relating to the
term of office of district magistrates.
Hon. Mr. Mahoe, gave notice of intention to
introduce a Bill relating to defining the owner
ship of wild poultry.
Hon. Mr. Palohau, introduced a resolution re
questing His Excellency the Minister of the
t..;. -i";t (Vio upvrnl islands of the Group
! to learn the needs of tke people and that the isl
.; and of Kauai be the first one visited. Carried,
amid much laughter.
Hon. Mr. Kauai read, by permission, for the
rirst time a Bill providing for a settlement of
$400 per annum upon J. P. E. Kahaleaahau.
Ordered to second reading.
' The week's vacation had seemingly greatly re
duced the members' stock of letter and foolscap
papi-r, for some of the resolutions presented
were written on mere memorandum slips. Hon,
Mr. Aholo rose and called the attention of the
President to this fact, and also that the rules of
the House prescribed letter of foolscap. This ad
monition had a depressing influence on resolu
tions, as only one mora was presented, afterwards
withdrawn. , ,
As Order of the Day, the first Bill taken up
for second reading and discussion was one to
amend Section 1, Chapter XVIII. of the Session
Laws of 1&74 relating to terms of the CirCQit
Court. After the reading, on motion or xxou.
j which, after considerable discussion, was re
! ferred to a select committee, composed of His
Excellency Edward Preston, and lions. Aholo,
Pilipo, Pallia, and Cleghorn.
At 12.23, ou motion, the Assembly adjourned
until 10 o'clock uext morning.
IVo. lOtt Fort Street.
Ladies Attention Solicited
1KS. W. M. WILKINSON b.-tf. '"'
11 atit-- lo her numrroii friend ami (".Ir-nd, Ixith i'i Ho
o!ulUHn.l onttiva,.m. i.land. that alio lwt Ju returned
from CaliforoM. where h. r time tm biwii spent in el riinf one
of the must complete and cliniccit tiick or
LADIES' ancT CHILDREN'S
Wednesday, May 31. HH2.
Assembly met at 1" a.m., President Rhodes in
the chair. Prayer and reading of minutes of
The following petitions were presented :
Hon. Mr. Kamakele, from residents of Maka
wao that tailors doing business be required to
take out retail licenses. 151 signatures. Re
ferred to Committee on Finance.
Hon, Mr, Nahinu, that the sum of $500 be
appropriated for a landing at Hoopulia, district
ot 8. Kona. Referred to Committee on Public
tt 1Y "me. from Chinese residents of
Honolulu and Kauai, prayiug that the restric
tions ou opium be continued. Referred toJudi-
iii. i I "ilia
Hon. Mr. Pahia. that Hotel street be extended
in the river. Referred to Committee on Public
Hon Mr. Mahoe, from residents of Honolulu,
that the sum of $S.000 be appropriated towards
opening a road from King street, Palama, to
School street. Referred to Committee on Public
NJo reports from Standing or Select Com
mittees. Hon. Mr. Kaunamano gave notice of intention
to introduce a Iiill to regulate the sale of liquors.
Hon. F. Brown gave notice of intention
to introduce a bill to amend Section 1, Chapter
iv, Session Laws, 1H72, relating to the hours of
closing restaurants ou Sundays, Also a bill re
lating to the storage of wines and liquors in the
Hon. Mr. Kaukau presented a resolution that
the sum of $2,000 be placed in the appropriations
for buil.lina a bridge over a stream and improv
ing the roads in the district of Kanapali. Maui.
Referred to Committee on" Public Lands.
Hon Mr. Nahinu, that the sum of $500 be
appropriated toward a boat landing at Hapoo
poo, South Kona.
His Excellency the Attorney-General, read for
the first time a"n act to amend Section 97 of
the Civil Code, relating to bankrupts. Ordered
to second reading. .
Hon. Mr. Haupu read for the first time a Bill
providing for a permanent settlement on the
widow of Hon.- S. Kipi. Ordered to second
reading. , , .
His Excellency the Attorney-General read for
the first time a Bill relating to the descent of
propertv. Ordered to second reading.
1 i r " f II. Rishon read for the first
lime a Bill to repeal Sections 2.... and 2o of the j
Civil Code relating to patent. Ordered to sec
Hon Noble Kapeiia ga- notice ol intention
to introduce at an early d.iy. a Bill to reconstruct
the Boardof Immigration.
Hon Mr. Aholo, a resolution that the sum of
; 000"be placed in the list of Appropriations for
the purpose of assisting the Female Seminary at
Hon Mr. Kanuamano gave notice and then,
by permission, read for the first time a Bill re
lating to regulating the sale and slaughter of
beef Ordered to second reading.
Hon Mr Pahia gave notice of inteution to in
troduce a Bill regulating permanent settlements
Hon Mr. Kalua presented a resolution that
the Commissioner of Crown Lands be requested
to lav before the House an exhibit of receipts
and " expenditures connected with the Crown
Lands for the last two years. Carried.
Continued on Jifth jiags.
That h ive ever been exhibited In H-inoittlu.
gaut Vriel mock embraces
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J .Ui.ii pr-iintly
p.ltern iritont exir ch-rge for
PRICE OF MACHINE WORK, 1.00 TO
$1.50 PER HOUR.
jTj- Orders from the oth-r Isl-inds promptly tilled,
and .peclflcation. furnwhe-l tt ord.-r.
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moo.' i it o n
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james ddnx, merciiaxt. i.a8(iov.
Undertakes the purchase and shipment of all kinds of Urll.
ish and Continental Goods, and will be glad to reeeivu Orders,
at rates either tree oa board at shipping port la Kampe, or
delivered ex ship (but with duty fr buyer's account) at
Honolulu. Such Orders may be accompanied by remittances,
payable in London or Han Francisco ( or be will dratr at 60
days sight against conBrinel credits from Honolulu lUukers
or oiherwUe, to suit the convenience of buyers.
MESSRS. WSI. O. IRWIN k CO.. Iloiw.lulu.
HON. J. 8. WALKER, Honolulu.
THE AURA IIANK.(LitPlted). Londoti.
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"dy work to merit a liberal support from aor-
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