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PACIFIC COMMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 17, 1882.
FRIPA I". r.Vfl'VJ, 1W.
alnc daring the raat week ha. reive.l a-miawhat
la all Unea of tra.la anprindu..et by the arrival of
hIi from foreign, m l which have (jiven I the port the
appearand f a Try lively ciuaierrtal rei:tre, eM-eelallv
on account of the prmeore Id hrb -r at one time i f three
2.000 ton ateatuera. Tir.: Knez, U r.an h acl B thwell
Caatla, beside the sail craft la harbor at the name time.
Bt'OAB Imnnj the week '.', larkages f anar have
been rceietl fmm windward p.,rt. tu! T'.'.il 1 lm
RICE la conilng forwar d freely, ami although tha 1 al
demand la lesaeoed. the shipment a).r a l are in--rea-ici.
The prt-ea by late advlcea arc firm with an upward tend
ney a largo quantity of Iilau.l Hire fiudim; lt way at
to Oil tha abortneao In Carolina cropa The amount fr
war Javl to tha Coaat dating the week wa 1'j1,j0 1W
Tha Oceanic S 3 Snez will leave thia port for tha Coa.t
on or abont tha iiud Imrtatit, folly l.aJe,l with il'imeMic
Tba Lady Lampaon la duly axpe. ted her frr.ru tbe
Coast. briBg-iag a small cargo.
PORT OF HONOIaUIaU, H. I.
Jan 1 Stmr C K blabop, Irry, from Ka'ial. with
I Scbr Oen'l Sliel, fruru Wailua. Dahu with
10 S. hr liana. frrrn Waira. Ki iti
. II S.:br ilaleakala, froiu ivperkeo. with 1
11 Srhr J.uka. fruin llapna. it; VAi n'lyar
1 1 hr Catrrina. fr.m llanaUl
11 3"lir Jenny, from Nawiliwili. witu t' !'.'
11 S. hr Paaahl. from Waimha
11 H. hr Kaala. from Walanae ) ,m:: angar
11 Hthr Waimalu. front Keoka. Itvai:
11 chr Maniukawal, from lianiU i. with 'y lia
11 H. hr .Nettie Merrill, fr.iu I.ahalna
II Shr Jriny Hilk.r, fr.rn llii.iiit. Ilawiii,
11 ftrur l.ikrlike. from V ii..lr.l l'ri with
1T7 ba( euijar ari l ii h'r .
1(5 Stmr Mokolil. Br- wnell. froru Koolau. with I'd
kg anirar and lit bttrf
IT Stmr I-hiia. firzenxeu. Ir.m Maui ami M1-
kal. with )vJ t. eutfar and .'" he. p
17 Stmr C K I!lh.p. IWry. fr.,m Kauai, with l'-I
b'ja angar, :) bga rice and 'I L-a.l cattle.
lik Brit bk Kdward May. f r- ni l.lvtrjNxd.
II lik Meila. lr'Jdaya from New Vork.
11 br atmr BothwU Cantle. 'J dya. I'rt!au i. or
11 fitinr Anatralla, Tull.x h. front S.iti t ranrliM-u
II Br atmr anex, " days I I hour fruiu ran Kran
riaco. IUCVA KTl'KKS.
Jut U Stmr I.ikflike. Kin'. for Maui and Hawaii.
14 Stmr Iwalant, for Maui and Hawaii.
14 Stmr Kllanea Hou. for Kahului
14 Htmr Mokollt. for Koolau
It Ptmr Ibua. forMolckal and Maui
14 Stmr O H riiahop. fr Kual
14 H- hr Kalnna. for Maliko
14-8. hr V.'aioll for I'aauhau. Hawaii
14 tvhr (ien Olegal for Waialua. Oahu
14 thr Malolofur llaalau. Hawaii
14 Hthr Kaalkraouli for llonokaa. Hawaii
14 Sehr Harton for Kaknthaele, Hawaii
14 Hcbr Mary Kooter fur llonuai, Hawaii
14 8cbr Kaala for Waianae. Oahu
1& Stmr Jamea Makee for Kauai
15 Hchr Manuokawal for Nawiliwili
Id S hr Nettle Merrill for I.abaiua
15 .-hr Jennie Walker for Uapnn
15 ttchr Jennie for t-nnalno
15 Srhr Wairnala for Kt-okea
18 Schr Haleakala for Pepee:eo, Hawaii
16 8cbr Panahi, for Keokea, Hawaii
10 Am bktne Jane A Falkiuburg. Korbes. for 3 F.
13 V UBS Anntralia, Tnllocn. fortlie t'olonlra,
15 Am bgtne Conanelo, Howard, for San KranriHco
15 H BM8 Champion for Yokohama
15 Br Stmr Monarch for Hong Kong
15 tsktne Khkitwt for San Krimiwo
. rrom San Franciaro. per Australia. Jnne 11 MiH
J alia Beckwtth, Mra BarfieM. T U Thrum wife. M lly
man, wife Jx daughter. C ManRela. wife. 3 daughter
aon, J A Bock. T K Foater k wife. Mr. S M Hok. tr, Mix
C A Carter. Mi M F Taylor, faml Nitt, V H McLean k
rlfe. D B McCartee h wife. Mica May Kiu. Miaa Jennie
Reddlngton. It S Moore. J H Kimball. Miw Kimball. S N
Wllcoa wife. Mra M Faan 2 chililrm. M ins E Whit-
car. k!ra Miranda. M me Miranda, capt t: r. innion. r. a
Uriava. Mrs Jno Lawlor. Mra J T White. 8 ateeraga and
13 ChtDaac. Iu tranalt, 26 aalnuu ami .IJ Met-rage.
From Pan Vrauriaco per ocrauic S S Suez It M Over
rnd. Mr ThotDpaon and wit. M Neixiwr. I.oiiia L Aanza.
Mias E L Tbompann. MiM L K iiiitb. K C W instou. Win
"W Miner. Samuel Fan-on. C W Haui.o & Son.
Fr.im Wlndwarxl Port per l.lkelike. June 11 George
Campbell. Mi - shiprnan. lra J Hirhardx.n aud child.
AT White. Mm W H bhlpman, Mis A llit.-hrock. Mra
HaraJ. F P Crane. J CarUr. V. V Baldwin, 31 1" Adams. J
H Barber and wife, Miaa C Caidle. Apana. M. Louison.
O Ato. M T D mnell. T J llaywldru. J M. I.idnate. J Itm
lon. Q H Smith. S L. Lnhian. Ctuutf itinu Kong. O liau
mciatcr. F P llaatiuga. Ok fe-aruorouxu. Jnd I. Mr
Culiy. C J Wall. A U Mamhall. Mm F S h-.ltz, fc. M Walsh,
J H Paty and woe. Rev J Cruzan. A llornuer. Jude I) Ka-
tuaiopllo and 2 children. Mra II A lleen. and 4 children.
W L Kaholokahikl and wife.
For Kanai per Steamer C It Bii-hop. June l.!tb Col Z S
t paldlng. ft A JU.-tle. Jr. Miss tav. A ttoi.inson. Mrs Hob
lnan. O Irwlne. W Heine and alut j deck passenger.
tor Kona and Kan. per Strainer Iwalaui. June lull J
O Carter. I'J Wall. A U Marshall. W W idt-nrl.l. N liiru
ond. Ocana. wifa and daughter, fc Ku-t. r. H I) Uawks. J
M Horner. R 11 irnier. W Uoodale, rred Hhituey, V F
bton and abunt 100 deck pasent-r.
For Windward Porta, ersteauier Likclike June l:tth
Hon Wilder. A W WlUox anil wife. II I" I ans. Mra
Bond. Mra B Boa and dangbter, W V lli.ruer, M Comly.
Bail and daughter, Mra F. Cbauderlain. K I.yran. J M
Lldate, EUU alab. O 1U1I and about 100 deck paw u-
fTor an Franciaco. per Conanelu. June l."V Ooodarre,
I -Kra Halmer, l Dancan, Felix Cooke and M J Fisher.
x For Kanai. per James Makee. J nn u mn u nu e.
" V W J UarrU. M Portnjrueae and children.
V' From Kanai. per C R Biahop, Jnne IT Oeorge Wilcox.
Mrs A 8 Wtlrox and L Kaltoftn.
:Tb bark Elwar.l Hit wben uiakine the port on the
-.liiab Inat.. touched aligbtly on the reef. aU.nt i.j poaite the
barcb. at Waikikl. Captain tub, k r arhed her abortly
Afterward. the wa art'-at again in alx'iit an hour, and
was eafely brniKbt In. The rumors of Injuries to the
rmiel are qmta nnfonnded.
Tbs reaaela loading fer thia port at Sjn Frannscowb. n
tbe Mnmtr left were the Schooner Eiiuua Clamlina.
tba Barkentine Liiacovery and tbe Baik II W AIuit.
Tba Schooner Emma Clandlna arriel out on June lt.
Tba Steamer Snex la lyln at the Ksplanade wharf, and
tba Bothwell Catle la at the wharf opr-nMte tbe Custom
Ths Bark Stella Is discharging at Brewer's wharf.
rrom Portland. Oregon, per S i Bothwell Castle. Jnue well. But the absolute Control of CVery
; ls cs bread and erackera to H Uackfeld Co; 74 cs ... . .
11 1 HO
hard bread to w lrwtn i-o; pbiujou. u c oh. a
bis matting to Castle Cooke; 1112 rkg Chinese uiUse
From Liverpool, per Fdward May. June 10 I cs mus
lin. S3 rs wbiakey. S6 bxa soap. 16 hhtis and l'" ir csks. 5
ca brandy. 0O rs ale to U W Marfarlane A;o; i rs mineral
water, bdls. 3 pes machinery to 11 Hackfeld Co; '2 ra
aplrlta. 1 cs artistic work to Lord ChanilMTlaiu C H Judl;
rs jellow abeathing metal to C Brewer A Co; 2 f
apothe-arte ware. 10 rs soda. 3 cs whiskey, 5 cs marble
dust to J A Palmer Co; 7 bis. 13 ra dry t,'ood. 4" cs
fancy goods. 1 pk)t aamples. 10 cm provisions. 10 bdla
wood ware. 20 ra alcohol. IU) cs beer, 10 crates rartheu
ware. 1 cs bams. 8 cs cream tartar to t llofTschlaeer tr
Co; 5u cs rhampagne to f A Hcbaefer 4r Co; I ca perous
aiun eapa. U.D bx aoap. Kt ra. it ku oiliuaua atores. S csk
lead, a bbla. SO drama oil. 1.1 ca aaddlery, 1 ca brnshea to J
T Waterhouae; 4 rratea earthenware. bin blankets. 1 ra
shirts. 251 bxa, 11 bdla Iron. 1 aheet iron. 1 ca effects to T
II Darlaa A Co; 1 ca personal en--cts to Theo Purris; 8 ca
personal efferta to A B Halc ; 1 ca ptctnrea to F M Swaiizy ;
I bx person effects to Cspt Mist; 1 cs person efiecta to K
II Swift; 6 pkgs rope to A W Pierce Co; 1 bx effect to
Mr McFl's; 1 ra scientific instrnnienta to Castle Cooke;
IS ca. 11 raka hardware. 1 ylae. 1 ca tnl. 2 c.k cbaina to
Uillingham A ( o; 142X1 rail. 4T.V. r r sleeper.. 7 txlla
rai la. 1 ca piano, 1 cs belK-iirapb. 0) stnet hydrant bxs.
6 bdla galv buckets. 20 rpeoU barber wire. 1 csk paint.
57d nksa r r Cttinss. so ra wine, 1 cs Hisr cloth. 1 cs
bandkercblefa. 9 cs furniture, 4 ca. 11 Ms mdse. -J csks
:!aware, 1213 cs spirit, 5 qr cka wine to Order.
From San Francisco, Per Steamer A nstrali. June 11
a cs clitars to Dug Chung: 10 bxa annsagt-a. 6 bxs. 1 ba
Bsb. 10 bxs pork. 10 bxa onion to Wins w o Cban 4r Co; 1
bx frame and mats. 2 bxa photo plates to J TSilva: s
pkgs mdse to Ping Cbong Co: In dry goods to B F
J.hlers; 2 ca tobacco. 2.1 ca drug ami medicines. 2a c
proprietary artii lea to llolliater k o; 3 ca butter, lo
crates onions to II May at Co; 14 cs mdse to Kong Man
Taen Co; 39 pkgs groceries to Hart Bros: 7 cs mdse to
Hnnsn Bros; IS cs cloth good. to J T Waterhnse: 3 cs
Instrumenta to Addrea; 10 pint mdse to E iloffscblaeyer
to; 2 cs picture frames to J Williams A Co; ii cs mdse
to Wing Wo Tal Jt Co; 1 ca n-anufactnre wisl, 1 bale. 1 ca
dry gonda. 8 ca boota and aboes, 1 bale corks. 1 ca perso
nal enecta to M S (inntanm A. Co; 12 pkc mdse to
Kwong 1m Tuen 4r Co; 1 ca hardware to Brown and
Phillip; 4 ra candy to P Mrlnerny; 1 books. 1 cscanla,
1 cs seeds to T U Thrum; 1 bx type. 1 rs books. 1 cs ink
to Addreaa; 1 rHitrim pnmp to order; 8 ca dry g.s.ds to
A SI Mellis; 1 bx aaw to Order; 1 chair to Col Judd; 73
sks potatoes. 10 rs apples, CO ca onions to M Mcln.-rny ; 1
pes Iron pipe to Wilder Co; 1 bx dry goods. 10 b po.
tatoea. 10 bxa onion. 6 bx. 4 pli' fruit. 1 r oyt. as t
J; L Marshall; 1 bx atWer com. .""Ji. to Bishop Co: 3
rs ateara pninp. 5 ca book c acreen tot'astle k Cooke;
84 cs dry goot to C J Fiahel: 2J c liqnora to tinier; 1 c
rod to W Mscfarlane Co; 1 bale. 1 ca mdse to J li
Tucker; IS ingots tin. Ct'M pka mdse to Or ler and 270.-S
pkgs tn'translt for Au.-kland and Sydney.
For San Frandiwo, per Conauelo. June 15 ..V,7 pkg.
73X211 lbs angar, 1.81S pkgs. l!!.M lbs rice. US bun .l-s
MlKKII (- K
8TASrABI orFX In San Francisco. June 1-t. by
Ba. C. I. Ba-rrowa. Ai Brarr t". sroDu, M. I.. of New
Vork. and l.ori L-, daugbti r of Frederick Ogden of . -an
GRAM M I'IMiCE Marrie.1 in Honid.ilu. June Kill,
by the Key. Irr. Damon at the r. ndni. e of the bride's
ftber A. I- Pierce Fi- late of San Francisco. Swr:i.
F Es . of Worcester, lla-.. to to i Ai.ii k I..
PtE4 C. Notar.l. San Fr.ncisro per please mpy.
DE FBIF.5 P.OBXEM M -Married In Honolulu. Jnne
l'.th. by BeV. tr. iamon. Wn.i.taw Fwrs to Mi-
WaamiM BuitMo. bt.thof Honolulu, but originally
W TI Kiiot '. On Jio.e llth. ;i ri Wrra
oCr. tufabtsonol J.T. Waterbou-e. Jr
RflSOlJJO-I'll inue 1Mb. :r residrii.-e. Mrs
HxsBiarra K. P-ftsolps. wife o" Ca;.t. Keynolda. aged
3. " Tba f-ineral wlU take plar tbl dy Iron, ber rel
Uance, Lliiba itraet at 3 p in
.JUNE 17. i
Thekk va a lon; dicussion yesterday
afteriKxiit in the As-einMy on an Item of
some iiiiMit.iiice which Hon. A. S. Cleg-
horii ro.o-,e fur insertion in tho Appro- j
priatioii iiill. '11. is was a vote of $10,000 !
for the improvement of Kapiolani Park. It !
va4 not inchi'I"! in the Ministerial pro- '
gramtiie of exjKrn'iitnre, hut Ministers sup- ;
portel It. We regret, however, to say that
it was iifk-nnitely postpone!. There H !
some r. ason to believe that the want of a '
little- m iv courteous attention to the Iiep- ';
rc-.eiitati ves last Monday had much to do ,
with this result. Some inembt-rs complain-
ed about this, and, from what we can tiear,
their Complaints were nt without founda- ;
ti'n. Whatever the reason that induced j
member. to refuse this vote, their action i
much to be rejected. Kxcpt on race days,
the public have the freest jtossibie access to
this ps-.rk, and even were it wliolly in the
hand-, of the (ioVernme lit, tiiere wo'ild be
j nothing imprxT in a charge being allow
i el when -j oris are ot up fr the benefit of
j the public; ot up, Io, by persons duly
j axiiited at a public meet iii open to all,
J and paid for, in part, by the vo'untary sul- .
i "crii-tioii of our piiiicipa: citieus, native
I and foreign. That lh- I'ark ii a boon to tin
j city of I ouolulii and to all the visitors to
the city, no one doubts. That it will, year
by year, become more and more a opular
resort is juite certain, and this will be has
tened by the judicious expenditure of a few
thousand dollars in perfect ing the improve
ment planned and partly carried out by
the I'ark Company. The laud itself Ijeloiigs
to the nation and all the work that is done
upon it will, at the end of the present lease
revert to the eop!e. Hut for the Company,
this park, which is already beautiful and a
Mp'.ilar resort, would have remained a
wiidern .ss to this day. The public get the
benefit of all. this, and not the peop'e of this
city only, but every visitor from the coun
try, and every one of that tourist class
whose visits here we desire to encourage.
It is to be regreted, therefore, that the Leg
islature should have taken a narrow view
of the proposed vote, and so unceremonious
ly thrown it out.
Stkancjkrs who come here and enquire
into our affairs, and our methods of manag
ing them, not unfrequently express their
fnprise at the amount of Governmental
machinery which appears to be required in
the administration of so small a State.
We have four Cabinet Ministers, and it
might reasonably be expected that, with
the aid of the civil servants of the King
dom, they could get through the task of
governing without being overwhelmingly
busy. Then there is the I'rivy Council, an
anomalous sort of institution, h-tving no
parallel elsewhere, but no doubt useful in
its wav. It is clothed with certain fuue-
1 tions' Phaps serves as a check upon
Ministers in regani to sucn matters as must
be submitted to it for approval. But this
is not found enoimh. Some of the most
imjtortant work the Government has to
deal with is placed under the management
of Boards. We have a Board of Immigra
tion, a Board of Education, and a Board of
Health. It is quite probable that in regard
to our educational allaire there has been
something gained from having them under
the management of an independent body.
But with regard to the other two Boards,
we lo not think any demonstrable benefit
derived from their existence can he shown
that could not have been had in a more
simple anil ehVctive way by leaving things
to the Government to manage.
The duty of Ministers should be to govern
the Kingdom, and in what matters are we
more in need of good government than
in these. We never heard of a Board of
.Immigration anywhere else, although in
some countries there are numerous Boards
of Health, over whom, however, some Min
ister is always supreme. Each town and dis
trict has, in those countries, its own Board
a wise ariaiigeme: t in a populous country,
where sharp local supervision is both needed
and attainable. For the present, one Board
of Health is enongli for Hawaii, and that
Board should be the Government itself. We
need medical officers more perhaps : ban
wecan'eadily find to do the bidding of
the B-iard and actually regenerate this
Kingdom in matters sanitary. It will be
an economy to h ive many of them if we
can get the right men, and to pay them
thing should rest with Ministers.
. IVT O "C t-I 53.
We have to acknowledge the receipt froia the
Ooveriiuieiit Printing Oiliee of New South Wales
of a statist i;il anl descriptive acconnt of Xcw
Sotitli Wales in l-d. The lxfk is full of informa
tion alsut that tlourishiii'4 colony, and the corrcct-iir-s-.
of its stati-niriits is guaranteed ly the fact
t'l-.t! it is "published ly authority." A mp
illu .tiatiiu' t!:c volume, is colored in such a
manner as to in.licate the several mining, agricul
tural, and l.itoral :irv-is of the colony.
The vi n. rahle Hi-hop Muigret. whose ohsepiies
we recorded to-day. has siH-nt a large part
of hi lilctimc : n missionary on these Islands,
lb" was hire in IS:!", but was not then allowed to
land, and after staying seven or fight months at
Ase nsioti Ishiid v aiting for a vessel to take him
awiiv, n sid -d f'r some time n Mangareva.
lroi,i theiiet- lv returned to this place, arriving
here Mav PJ. ls"!i. He was cre-itfd a lisl:oj llth
Jnlv. 1SJ7. and apjMi-nted to Ik- the Vicar Apostolic
of t'hoM Inlands. His colleagues ill the Mission
l.Hk n..n li-ni as a Tiian aged In f-.re his time by
the many laIois he undort''k. and the rivatious
he siirtVi:ed. Yet it is not given to more than one
in a thons ir:.l human lx'ings to attain the age to
which lo lived. He was I mm llth Sept.. ls(4. and
therefore would have 1-een ""year and nine months
old. had he lived until to-day.
News had reached London on 4th instant that
one of the guns of H.P..M.S. Swifisure had burst,
and that one man bad Ken hilled by the explosion,
and four others fatally injured. The Swiftsure was
on her wav t the
Pa.-iiie station, where she will
replace the Triumph s the Admirals slop. 1 be
accident happened on the :11st May. when the ship :
was near the Island of Madeira. The piece which j
burst is descril-ed as a 2"-und breech-loading
La-ti.es, ion t.f the Legislature Mr. Gibson, then :
memia-r f'-r Lahaina. introduced a Bill to authorise ;
ti.f ,,f a portion of the Pa-si nger Tax for the i
rel:; f of indigent foreigner.- "ho rc.juire hospital '
treatment or medical advice. The matter hiving !
It-n now mooted by the trustees of the Queen's i
Io-pi:al. action ill probably lie taken again, and.
we hoM-. with success. I
in no less than eighteen cases which should have
he n heard l-(ro Judge P.u-kcrton last Tuesday,
n. appcjran.-e was put in by defendants. Pail was
f..rf ited in each raw-, and then- the matter ended.
:ir London corresjMmdeiit writes that a grow
ing il:-positioii was rets.ried on the part of agricul
tural liliier- in the north of Portugal to emigrate
io Haw.iii. and that if the retorts continued to le
favorabl- a steamer would Is- chartered to bring
them lu re.
We hav.- to aekiii.w 1. dge the receipt from Rev.
L. Lyons of a copy of his new Sabbath School
Hymn I'.'N.k with nun s. Hoku A Nani " (Star
of' the Morningi. This has Is-en printed at New
Vork by liiglow A Main, ainl is a very neat produc
tion. .-S.-me intro,bi.-t..ry pages givt- instructions
in the reading of mu-ic. and the meaning of its
sign and terms. The collection extends to some
thing like 3on different hymns in Hawaiian to each
of which the music of a suitable tune is given.
(Continuation of thir'y-frond day.)
Third reading of a Iiill to amend Section W'Z
of the Civil Code, relating to the appointment of
a Police Justice for tb district of North Kohnla.
Third reading of a Bill to amend Section 978
of the CiTil Code, relating to bankropts.
Second readingof a Bill relating to the descent
of property. After considerable argument the
Bill was finally paswd to engrossment, and to
be referred to a Select Committee, composed of
Hons. WuWuiann. Pilipo, Aholo. Preston, and
At 12.20 the House took a recess nutil 2 p.m.
On the reassembling of the House at 2 p.m.
the consideration of a Bill relating to the release
of contract luborers frtm work on Saturdays,
was taken tip, and provoked considerable dis
cussion. Hon. Noble Smith said he was one of the
committee who had the Bill under consideration,
and that he did not sign the report of the com
mittee favoring the passage of the Bill, ns he
deemed it to he unconstitutional. Thonsan.ls of
people here have signed contracts to labor. In
those contracts Sundays and certain Govern
ment holidays are excepted, and the employee
is not compelled to labor. With regard to giv
ing contract laborers half a day holid.iy on
Saturday, the speaker thought that such a lav
would invalidate contracts, and doubted the
right of the Assembly to pass any such law.
His Excellency the Attorney-General said that
he was also opposed to the passage of the Bill,
and expressed his surprise at the report of the
Special Committee who favored the passage of
the Bill. He considered the amendment at
tached to the Bill, granting half a day on Sat
urdays as eminently absurd, aud as sensible as
if a Bill was introduced, giving a man who owed
$2' the privilege of discharging tke debt by pay
ing $15. Contracts must be performed by lxth
parties, by master and servant. No man is
bound to enter into contracts in the country, he
does so of his own free will, and if the laborer
insists, when milking his contract, that he will
not work Saturdays, his employer has an op
t.Hrtunity to ayree. His Excclleucy said that as
he believed in c.mtracts eutergd into being en
forced, and he would vote for the indefinite post
ponement of the Iiill.
Hon. Noble Smith had read in the eca
i logues of Most s the instructions to work six
1 days in the week, and he considered them good
rules to go by. He thought if the Assembly at
; tempted to make two Sundays in one week they
would make fools of themselves. He would
1 vote for the indefinite postponement.
; The Ayes and Nays were taken on the indefi
nite postponement, and resulted in 21 Ayes and
IS Noes, and the further consideration of the
Bill was therefore indefinitely postponed.
At 3.30 p. m., the House udjourned until 10 A. i
Fbidat, June 1, 1882. j
House met ut the usual Lour and after the us- 1
nnl preliminary morning exercises, procieded :
with the regular business. !
Under suspension of the rules, Hon. Mr. Ka- :
makele iresented a petition from residents of the I
district of Makawao, praying that the sum of
$1,500 le appropriated for the purpose cf erect
ing a statue of K:imeh:nnehii III. Laid on the
No reports from Standing Committees.
Hon. Mr. Pilipo, from the Select Committee of
Nine, reported on a Itill relating to the estab
lishment of additional votiug places in certain
districts, and fmbmitted ft new Bill. Bill read
for the first time, report of the Committee adopt
ed and Bill ordered to second reading in proper j
Hon. Mr. Pilipo, from the same Committee, j
also reported on a petition from the district of ;
Makawao, praying for the appointment of two j
Representatives for that district and recommend
ed that the petitiou be laid on the table and be
considered in connection with a Bill on the sub
ject now before the Assembly. Report approv. d
and so ordered.
Hon. Mr. Kalua introduced u resolution similar
in nature to one presented yesterday, asking for
the production by the Attorney-General of a
list of deputy-sheriffs aud their salaries. Tabled.
Hon. Mr. Aholo read for the first time a Bill
providing for an increase of $2,000 per annum
in the settlement allowed to Her Highness
2ueeu uowager r.mma.
On motion of Hon.
"Noble Kapeiui the Bill was read for the second
time, and passed to engrossment, and ordered
for third reading on the 20th instant.
His Excellency the Minister of Finance, in
uuswer to a resolution of the House, presented
a report and statistics showing the amount of
wines and iirit imported by, and stored
by, the Chinese business houses during the two
years ending April 1, and the quantities now held
by them in the Customs warehouses.
(A copy appears in the weekly issue of the
I C. Advebtiskb.)
Hon. Mr. Kamehele read for the first time a
Bill relating to the licensing of tailors, shoe
makers, and saddlciuakers.
Hon. Mr. Aholo jocosely offered, as au amend
ment, vendors of fish, poi, flowers, fruit, etc.,
and the weight of the amendment served to sink
the original Iiill, and it was indefinitely post
poned. Ou motion of Hon. Mr. Kalua the Appropria
tion Iiill was taken tip for discussion, and the
Assembly resolved itself into a Committee of
the Whole, Hon. Noble Kapena iu the chair.
The items passed on in Committee weie as
Incidentals Governors Offices -JiK)
liooks aud stationary for the registration
of conveyances 300
Copying records of Land Commission-... 2.400
Road damages 15.0O0
Pay of road supervisors 14,400
This item referred to a Special Committee
composed of Hons.)
During the discussion ou the ueit item,
lioads aud bridges (provided for by loan),
$19S,000," the Committee rose and took a recess
The Committee on reassembling took up for
discussion the item reluming to roads and bridges,
and, on motion, action on the items connected
therewith was deferred to a future time.
The Committee then considered and passed
the following items :
Rood tax unexpended, to be nsed in
districts where collected $37, 759 03
. Leper settlement 85,000 (X)
; Water supply for Kalawao 10,000 00
j The next Item in the bill, relating to Govern
1 meiit physicians aud medical treatment, $.10,0011,
: provoked considerable discussion, not so much as
regarded the amount as to the manner of services
i which had been rendered under the last Govern
i mint, and also to obtain the opinion of the pre
j sent President of the Board of Health with refer
ence to the services expected of Government
The Premier His Excellency W. M. Gibson,
! as President of the Board of Health, stated that
: he had felt dissatisfied with the services ren
dered by Government physicians iu years past,
and had striven to have a recoustactiou of the
Board of Health so that the poor could have the
benefit of the money appropriated. He had in
formation that the Government physicians em
ployed on .clary had beeu in tbe habit of taking
pay for services. He disapproved of this action
on their part. His view with regard to this
particular item wa3 for the Government to pay
certain physicians for rendering medical ser
vices, more particularly to those, who were poor
and needy. He was satisfied that the owners of
plantations wocld willingly furnish a liberal
quota for the support of resident physicians.
Heretofore there had been great cause for com
plaint, but since His Majesty the King had
honored him with the position of President of
the Board of Health he would tike care that
every dollar expended was used for the purpose
designed, and that every care was taken of the
sick poor of the Kingdom. (Applause.)
Hon. Mr. Kaulukon spoke in laudatory terms
of the President of the Board of Health, and
was in favor of increasing the amount to $40,000,
being well satisfied that the money would be
expended in a proper manner.
Hon. Mr. Kalua was also in favor of the item,
but considered that it would be advisable to
refer it to a Special Committee.
Hon. Mr. Cleghorn said that some of the
Government Physicians appeared to think
that they were paid their salaries as a sort
of subsidy to live in sparsely settled districts,
and that by living in the district to which
ttiey were appointed they did all that they
were exected to as Government Physi
cians. Yet he knew of some who did not
live in the district to which they belonged
and charged $10 for every visit they made
there when called, poor native having to
pay in advance. As a member of the Board
of Health he would do all he could in ob
taining the upiMiiiitmeut of coiupett nt ami
reliable physicians who would assist in pre
serving the health of the people. (Applause.)
Hon. Mr. Piiipo spoke strongly against
some of the piesent Government Physi
cians, and cited an instance where one of
, the physicians had attended on the sick
' child of a person and, not having received
his pay immediately lie obtained the
services of a Deputy Sheriff to enforce the
His Excellency the Premier moved that
' the item under consideration, and also the
next one, " General expenses Poard of
Health, $20,000," be referred to a Special
On motion of His Excellency the Min
; ister of Finance, the succeeding item:
I Building and repairing Hospitals, .(),
000, was also referred to same Special Com
mittee, i The next two items:
Repairs and care of Quarantine, $2,500;
! Custom House and stores Kahului, $15,000,
were passed with but little comment.
Vithregard to the item: Custom House
and stores Mahukona, $15,000, Hon. J.
Mott Smith thought the amount too large,
he had heard from Hon. Mr. Wilder that
$o,000 would be sufficient aud Hon. Mr.
Wilder being absent he hoped the Commit
tee would postpone action until his return.
Hon. Mr. Aholo did not consider that
Hon. Mr. Wilder was a leader in the As
sembly and he did not approve waiting for
him. If the appropriation was too large,
the amount unexpended could remain on
Hon. Mr. Widemann was also in favor of
not waiting for the presence of Hon. Mr.
Wilder, he considered it the duty of the As
; sembly to forward instead of retard the
! business before them,
j The item was passed as presented,
j j His Excellency the Minister of Finance
j moved the insertion of a new item, viz:
j ; Custom House and stores at Hilo, $15,-
i Motion earried and item approved.
I The following items were approved :
j Custom House and stores, Hilo, $15,00!' ;
j maintenance of Insane Asylum, $15,000 ; re
j pairs and extension of J Insane Asylum,
The next item, referring to "General aid
to Queen's Hospital, $10,000," wasaot acted
on, postponement being asked for by Hon.
' Hon. Mr. Cleghorn moved that an item
of $10, COO for improvements in Kapiolani
Tark be inserted in the Bill.
Hon. Mr. Kaulukou objected ; he con
sidered the Park was only a nest for horse
jockeys and gamblers, and wondered why
no arrests of gamblers were made there by
the police, instead of in the miserable
Chinese shanties around town. The Legis
lature of 1SS0 had passed au appropriation
for the benefit of the Park, with the under
standing that the place would be open to
the free use of the public. The Park was
like a large fish pond inside, with a narrow
entrance ; those interested placed a purse
net at the entrance on race days, and the
purse is well filled. If the Legislature give
$10,000 to aid this private enterprise other
private enterprises will also be calling for
Hon. Mr. Kalua also opposed the item.
He dee ined the Park a place resorted to by
law-breakers. "When the members went
out there during the races, by invitation of
the Committee, if the Sergeant-at-Arms
had not been present to pass them in they
would have had to pay entrance fees to the
ground ; as it was, he thought, some return
was expected, and that was that the As
sembly should vote $10,000 for the benefit
of the Park. The members had been treated
very shabbily at the Park by a gentleman
whose name he did not care to mention.
Hon. Mr. Cleghorn said that considerable
money had been expended by the Park
Association to beautify and improve the
place, and make it a place for public resort.
The money collected on race days was ex
pended in improvements.
Hon. Mr. Aholo felt that the l'ark would
eventually be a benefit to the public.
Strangers coming to the country would use
it as a health resort. He had noticed many
improvements, trees growing, etc., and the
place had an air of neatness aud care about
it. He thought that it WiUlId be a place
much resorted to by invalids, when the
roads leading to it were improved. Was iu
favorof referring to a committee.
Hon. Mr. Widemann said that lie could
aa3 for himself that he had expended three
hundred dollars of his own money there in
improvements, and never expected to get
any of it beck.
Hon. Mr. Palohau, would be in f;tvor of
the item only Hon. Mr. Widemann who
was regarded as a good business man had
placed money there which he never ex
pected to get back; thought it poor policy to
send $10,0tX Government money after the
Hon Noble's $300. Judged the Hou. Noble
was tired expending his own money and
would be pleased to have the Government
invest. Money seemed scarce for outside
improvements on roads, bridges, etc., yet
the Hon. Noble was perfectly willing to
sink $10,000 in the Park.
A motion to indefinitely postpone the
consideration of the proposed item was car
ried; 21 ayes 10 noes.
The Committee then rose ami reported
At 4:15 the Assembly adjourned until 10
a.m. this morning.
BiiBCi- 'Trail iiawanrflOTafflaaassasjsasswaassai
Fnneral of Bishop Maigret. j
The remains of the late Moneinieur Louis Mai- !
fret. Bishop of the Arathea. and Vicar Apostolic :
of the Hawaiian Islands, were interred on WeJiies- '
day in the Catholic Cemetery on King 6treet. The '
funeral service, which was of a very impressive :
character, wan commenced shortly after 9 a.m., in i
the Catholic Cathedral. It was conducted bv Hi
Lordship the Bishop of Olha. asitcd bv Fa'thers
Ilegis Moncany. Clement F.verard. Matthias Lira- ;
bonrg and Sylvcstre Stapptrt. Father M.v 1
deste Favcris Snperiear des Reliieuei and i
Father Raymond Delalande. and Martial Jan. '
were also preent. It was attended bv their !
Royal Highness Princess Liliuokalaui, and j
Princess Likelike. His Excellencv Governor !
Dominis. Hon. Mr. Cleghorn. their Excellencies '
the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Minister of ;
Finance, and the Attorney-General, their Honors !
the Chief Justice and Judue M Cullv. the members i
of the Diplomatic and Consular Corps, the Presi- !
dent of the Assembly, and a larice number of Noble j
and Representatives, and br a large concourse of
other official persons aud private citUens. There j
were also a large nnniler ef ladies present. The j
funeral procession moved from the Cathedral about
half-past ten o clock and proceeded to the cemeterr
iu the following order:
Sunday School Childreu.
Teachers of Sunday Schools.
Congregation of the Cathedral.
Sisters of Charity.
Bishop of Olba and Priests.
The Coffin carried by twenty-four bearers.
His Majestv's Stafl'.
Iiioloniatic and Consular Corps.
Representatives of the Hawaiian Legislature.
Entering the cemetery, the band playing the
mournful Bead March, the various organizations
deployed and encircled the tomb into which were
placed the last earthly remnins of the deceased
Bishop. There the last ceremonial rites for the
dead weie conducted by the Kt. Rev, bishop
of Olba assisted by other priests, and the Mise
rere and Pater N'nstrr and response's chanted: the
luuiiirr.iU' present with bared heads remaining
until the last prayer hail bean said. Before retiring
from the grounds the Bishop of Olba expressed his
heartfelt thanks to the Foreign Commissioners and
members of the Consular Corps present for their
attendance an.! their tribute of respect to the late
Bishop of Arathea.
Ql'Ei'.N" K.i'io;.ANi. attended by Mrs. Bccklcy,
visited the Catholic Cathedral on Monday to pay
the last tribute of resjn-ct to the remains of the
venerable Lord Bishop of Arathea. Her Majesty
also called upm the Lord Bishop of Olba and njioii
Rev. Father Modeste. On Wednesday Her Majcsty
sent a large n tmlier of pure white jessamine
wreaths which were draed around the coffin of the
deceased Prelate and around the bier on which the
DEATH OF CAPTAIN GEOKUE PObr.PT
HOPE, OF H. M. S. CHAMPION.
It is with pain that we record the death of ('apt.
Hope, Commander of H.B. M.S. Champion at pre
sent in this harbor. The unfortunate gentleman
came on shore shortly after noon, yesterday and
purposed to ride out to Kapiolani Park, where he
was to have liccn the guest for the occasion of
the Iiace Committee. His horse, was hired from
Mr. Dodd, and had no sooner left the yard
than it liecame restive and reared. According to
the evidence of a bystander Captain Hope used the
spur, and endeavored to pull the horse down w ith
the curb rein, but without avail, as the latter
reared still further, threw his rider off backwards,
and fell himself, but somewhat sideways. Captain
Hope fell heavily on the back of his head, where a
large scalp wonnd was found. He was promptly
picked np by Mr. Cameron of the steamship Iwa
lani and Mr. Harris, late of the U'lma, who carried
him into the office of the stables. There, Marshal
Parke who happened to 1 close at hand took the
direction of matters and telephoned to the Police
Station for an officer to go off to the ship and
bring Doctor Duke ashore. Meanwhile Doctors Bod
gers and Brndie arrived, and found Captain Hope
breathing very heavily and evidently millering from
severe concussion of the brain. Ice and wVt were
procured and applied with the view of alleviating
the symptoms, hot the unfortunate gentleman
never recovered consciousness. Mr. Maisden, En
gineer of the Champion, who came ashore w ith his
captain, informed Mrs. Wodehousc of the accident,
and that lady at once made preparations to receive
Captain Hope, but when the ship's surgeon ar
rived he at once decided on removing him to the
lneen's Hospital, and a stretcher leing procured,
he was carried thither by a number of his own men.
The precarious condition he was in was recognied
from the first, but it was a great shock to the hun
dreds of cmpiirers anxiously seeking news of him
when shortly before eight o'clock it was made
known that he watt dead. Examination showed
that there were no other injuries except that at the
back of the head, and that concussion of the brain
was the cause of death. The deceased was familiar
with horses and reputed to be a good horseman
and the horse he rode was one which would never
have been expected to Vie the cause of such an
Mr. Browne First Lieutenant of the Champion
had started for the Park just l--'ore the accident,
(wlncli liapeiict at iialt-prs-l tv. slvel but was
quickly communicated with by .Vatshal Parko who
telephoned to Mr. (let). W. Mncfai lane asking that
a messenger bo sent with the news to the race
course. Lieutenant Browne geccn-pauied bv the
British Commissioner. Maj.r V.'od'-oonse, at once
returned to town. Through this niehtncholv acei
dent it will devolve upon him to take command of
During his brief stav of the Champion in our har
bor Captain Hope had endeared himself to all who
came it come in contact with him. and his sudden
death has lieen a great shock to the eoinniuiiitv.
There is a melancholy satisfaction in learning that
he was not a married man, and that anions the re
latives for whom such painful tidings are prepared,
there is no one to mourn a widow's fate.
Faneral of the iatJ C :ptain Hop?.
The funeral of the late Captain Hope of H.B.M.S
Champion took place vesterdav afternoon. The
funeral procession formed at the Queen's Hospital
shortly before 5 o'clock, in the following order :
The Boyal Hawaiian Guards.
The Royal Hawaiian Band.
Escort of 90 sailors and non-eommissi.ne,l officers,
under the command of Lieutenant Kirhy.
The coffin, carried upon a gnu carriage, and drawn
by sailors, under command of Gunner Dawc,
and accompanied by the pall bearers.
Major Wodehouse, British Commissioner.
Officers of the ship.
Party of Marines as mourners.
Party of sailors as mourners.
Officers of the hhip,
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn and Governor Dominis.
Other mourners on foot.
I Carriages (43 in numlier) containing members of
j the Legislature and the general public.
The pall bearers were Lieutenants Warrender
and Bowlatt, Sub-Lieutenant Tizard. Chief Engi
neer Maeanlay, Assistant-Paymaster Stephens, and
the captain's lioat's crew, viz., I'hillips (coxswain),
Sarachaga. Therele, Hobbs. Andrews, and Bard
well. At the grave, which is on the upper side of the
Nuuann Valley Cemetery, the funeral cortege was
awaittd by the officiating clergy, the Rev. T. Black
burn. B. A., Bev. Alex. Mackintosh and liev. W. J.
Williey, (Chaplain of the ship), and by a large
number of ladies and gentlemen, anxious to pay
a last tribute of respect to one who, though so
lately become known to them, they had learned to
esteem so highly. Amongst these were Her Majesty
the Queen Dowager Emma. Her Boyal Highness
the Princess Lilelike, Their Excellencies His
Majesty's Ministers Hons. W. M. Gibson. S. K. Ka
ai. John E. Bush and Edward Preston; Mrs. J.
Hay Wodehouse. and almost all the ladies who so
lately enjoyed the unaffected hospitality of Capt.
Hope on board his ship, and among whom there
was Kcai'celv a drv eye during the reading of the
1 affecting service which the Church of England has
j i'i",i'u1 foT thfse s',le,"1n """l- , . t
tin the coffin lav the deceased officer a hat and
sword and innumerable wreaths and crosses of
flowers. When the nag that covered it had lecn
removed the flowers were returned to their place
on the coffin and the latter was enclosed in a shell
liefore being lowered to its resting place. Whilst
these arrangements were being completed the band
played a solemn reipiiem. The burial service was
read by the three clergymen in turns, the Rev. Mr.
Williey tailing the concluding portion. After its
close tlie escort tired three voil.ys in the air and
the large assemblage slow ly lUsjs-rsed. the military
and the sailors and marines marching back to
town in company.
Ql'kkx Kapiolani sent a Cross of Myrtle and
White Rosebuds ami another of Heliotrope (which
in the langupge of flowers means "hi jie"). and
a wreath of jessamine and roses to Is- laid on
the coffin of the late Captain Hopo. Her Majesty
also called at the Queen's Hospital ou Tuesday
morning, accompanied by Mrs. Beekley as Lady iu
Waiting, to see the body of the deceased gentlemen.
Photographs of the floral tributes have been taken,
and her Majesty proposes to send them to Hon.
Mrs. Hope, the mother of the unfortunate Captain,
as mementoes of the regard in which he was held
H.R.H. Prixcess Likelike and Hon. Mr. Cleg
horn called at the Queen's Hospital at 8:30 a.m. on
Tuesday to view the remains of their departed
friend the late Captain Hope. A cross of white
roses and stephanotis. a pyramid of tine varities of
white flowers, and a bouquet of the same, were
sent by H.R.H. to be lai.l on the coffin when it
was consigned to the tomb. Her R ival Highness,
the Heiress -Apparent, also sent some beautiful
floral tributes of regard.
Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah!
The public exercises in honor of the above day will conlt of
Salutes at Sunrise, Noon and Sunset !
Speeches, IVTnsic, Etc.
IN THE EVENING.
INT TIIK AFTERNOON.
1 BALL IN THE EVENING!
Further Particulars will
FINANCE COMMITTEE : Clans Spreckcls, A. J. CiirhvrlKlil.
I). A. McKinley, Dr. J. S. SIcfJrew, and J. K. Wiseman.
Subscription lasts for defraying tiio expenses of the above
Celebration are now open at
WRIGHT and W. G. IRWIN
P. C. JONES, Jr.,
jelT2t Secretary Gen'l Committee of Arrangsuienta.
A New T.ot of
JIST RK(KIVFI) PliR Uk. YAK 31 IV.
New Lot of
SALVATOR BEER !
Kx Baric Stella.
For Sale by
ju!7 lm BROWN & CO,
Mortgagee's Notice of Inten
tion to Foreclose.
VOTK'B IS II V. K KB V CI VEX Til AT VVtt
1 nuant t a power of aale contained in a certain murtRana
Hreil ilated February 6l)i. 1879. made lir W. Thomaa Martin
of Waiohuna. Kau. Inland f Hawaii, to An fine lv.ro of
Honolulu, Inland of Oahu, of record in I lie Office rf the Regia-
trar of Conreya. cea, IiIht ou, fol oi Tl ana ana lor a
lireach nf O.e cnditi"n in laid mortitaKe deed contained, lhat
all and circular the lunds. ten mi-nia and hereditament! In
f sid morienge deed contained and rle.critttd will, after tbe
time limib d by lw. lie Bold at public auction on account of
Ibe br ach ol tue comlitiona hep Inlx-inre inenllonrd.
The properto in aaid mortifupe d acrlhed be iff aituated at
Kau, Inland of Hawaii, known aa tbe land of Kiolokaa, and
more particularly described in Hoy a I Patent, No. 3210, and
a'ao certain tract of land in aid Kiolokaa. mom particularly
de.cribed in Uojal Talent, No. BOS, and containing an area of
about o0 acres. ANTON K UK V A KO.
CKC1L BROWN, Attorney fir Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, June 17th, 1882. ul7 4t
LiAND FOR SALE
In Manoa Valley
178 1-2 Good Kula & Kalo Land,
AUo, In Manoa Valley,
House and 17" Acre Lot,
4 Iron Tank on the preminea and 2 Wooden ones.
Alao, fr aale.
More or leaa, running on the first mentioned land.
2 Open Wagons.
2 Carriage Horses,
2 Saddle Horses,
3 pairs Working Oxen.
App'y on the premise! to FRANK SYLVA, or to
Corner Nuuaou and Ilotcl street.
THE BEAVER SALOON.
XO. 7 FORT STRKET.
Opposite Wilder U Co's.
hi. J. ISTOLTE, lropr.,
OPES FRO 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. X.
FIEST-CL1SS Ll.fIII, TEA, COFFEE,
SODA WATER, (;i.GER ALE, kt.
Cigars and 'I'obaccos
OF BK-r ItKANI'li.
Plain and Fancy PIPES i'ersoiially 8el-ct;d from the Man
ufacturers, and a l.ar.e Variety .f KEjT O.CAI.ITV
Lovers of BILLIARDS will dud an Elegant
BRUNSWICK & CO., EILLIARD TABLE
The Proprietor would be p'e-aed to receive a call from til
Friends and the I'u'.lic 'jenerady, who may deaire
A LUNCH, a SMOK K or n ?tne .f UILIJAKUN.
;iS(f ilmy I
J. M. Oat, J.. & Go.
Would take this method of informing Hie
Inhabitant of Honolulu and the othr
Islands, that they havenpened a
Stationery & News Depot
In the New Hawaiian Gazette Block, Ni. -V
where they are pr epared to furnii i
M MORAN'DI'M BOOKS.
I XKS, quart., pints. halC-p r.l. .:..,
1 L'CI li.ICK, quart, pint, htlf-pinta n.t ronea.
LETT E R A . D X OT E PAP E It .
FOOLSCAP. LKC- 1, CAi',
EX VELOPI:. I PATKK I K.
ETC., ETC.. ETC., E l C , I- 1
Orders taken for any Periodical or News
paper tliat may be Desired.
Prompt attention will be given to the Mailing
Subscribers on any of tbe otber Island".
of Papers to
Orders for Red Robber Ctampa received and rromptly FilleJ
be announced hereafter.
the offices of A. T. CART-
LOOK OUT FOR ADVERTISEMENT
. U wjm if.if
HAVING 11ECENTLYAK1VEI FJtOM HAN
FranciHCO with the ink-titi.ju f .'KlablUhinK
mj-Bclf here iriuaiiei,tly, I tale much jih aHure in
nnoiincin that I J,av l- inBttff(.,l ,y .me ,r
the iiKintiiroiniiieiit imiHi.'a. iiKtitntiuiiH and h-aj.
ing artiMtH if that City in
TUNING & REGULATING PIANOFORTES
I am alno prepared to adjnt all dofwtn in tl,
iuHtrnment in the moni .rtiHtio and aatUfactorv
(Formerly In ch.rga of iha Pianos at tba
well-known Colli k of Not re Uarte
n . "TT-"" .
lu many xentimonialM received, I Ik
submit the following :
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The underside,! fn.,..,i- a . .
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$'.'i?n''r?y. Uk" Mre Iu
rr.nt in tuning and riirttUUni ilinoT I -
certify that be h.. h.rf i.-' sn.": . 1 '"rthermore
had 1 1.. r. r.:: , """iiore
under my control iu ami out of ibi. n.iitilti . "i"""
baa given tbe moat rwrfec ...i... ..Ji!t '"""tut' "ud ever
j IHaTITUTK JCAL.
Ba -ak iim:o, February 20 1MH2.
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em rantz baa tuned aud r "iil,i, mv J M.tMJ..l"llor Ro"-
Car Hawaiian Hotel,
OT '"lni r, Drug Htorw.
WISHES TO INFORM TH
PUBLIC OP IIONOlVUJ.tJ
Imports Furniture !
SELLS FURNITURE I ,
Less than any Other Dealer
IN TIIK HAWAIIAN ISLAM,
; ' ""'""w. and at i
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CO & PRICE Mis GOODS
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ThrrS ! Hriti.l. C,ub . unVw'l.. TM
(TT 'y '. Ull cut ahort, marked 1 , V
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Kivnir inf .rmatl..n wl.i-h V'T " . r Anvon.
. aww. a HUUrir man a . '
"i'It'J re"rJ-d. Apply to B!" """y. Will U
aT" W AW
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ET You can buy a mo8t beautiful .traw' l.
for onlv 1 . r-. , - "ui iraw hut
t CHA8. J. FlSHlXH'
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" '-mwiCo.'. Gm,w a.. .....
75 centa per dozen, delivered to
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