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PACIFIC C O M M M R R C I A L ADVERTISER, JUNE 17, 1882.
fit W. SEVERANCE,
niuiiu ' f:ot' lasp ci t itno
MkUl II ANT. 314 California irrt. Pan trannsco,
California. XT Banns No. 4. o If
WILLIAMS, DI1I0ND & CO..
Shipping & Coramiion Merchant,
aahCa II SAN FRANCISCO.
a. r. corria.
GEORGE F. COFFIN & CO.,
shipping 15D coniiivsio 2iF.RriiiT$,
No. 13 Piae Street, Union Black,
PARTICri.AR ATTE.VTIOX UIVK TO
tUn Hawaiian ordsrs. and satisfaction guaranteed.
JOHN HARVEY & CO..
OMMISSION' MKKCHi.MTS mmd WOOL
fthraic Bank of Montreal.
Cash advanree on Comifiiisei
. JOHN FOWLER & CO.
ARE PRKFlKK.) TO Kl It Ms II PI-A
and EsUnatet fir etil Porta'"! Tramways, with or
wuhoal cars or locomotive. speciII aJaptnl for ruar
Plantation. Permanent katlwavs, with liv'm)tiT and cr.
Trartioa Kna-inrs ami Road Lucomof rtitm 1 Wuitn
and Cultivating lickinrj, Ponal.le rirun Engines fur ail
arnnara. V uximi Engines r I neiinre.
Catalogue, with lllajtrartona. llla ami r'htfi.rraphs of
the above Plant and Machinery may be se'o at the offires of
W. 1- tr.F.EN an I
O. W. IAC AK1.ANE 4- CO..
aafAlf li-nii r t Julio fowkt A Co.
W. H. CB0SSMAN & BRO.,
M ti I j i 1 r it iiikI C7 o tit iiiImhIo it
m e 11 a 11 a :n t s.
Ill CaanWl. Slrrrl. KV VOIIK.
Rfrrncr Castle Cooke and J. T. Wat-rbu.
L. P. FISHER,
A DVERTIHING 4(JKT. 21 MERCHANTS
a EICIUNiiE, Saa Innrnco, CalifornU, Is authorized
to receive advertisement r the column, of :bi paper.
H:tiLlliMliil in 1852.
I. P. FISHERY
Room 20 and 2 1 . Mrrehai.t.' Exchange.
Calilornia rkreet, Ban Frarvriscn.
171. B. ldertlsls SalUitrd far all !-
ftfttt PialUhtd the Parifit Coat.thr S adwich
Ivand, Polta-rsla, 3ei!c-ia Pert, runam.t. ulpu
rals, Japan, China, lew Zealand, the Atrallai
Caltalei, the Catrra States aai Farenr. f iles of
ear! eterj lewpaprr PsblWkrd an the Parifir
Caait are kept Caatantlj on Iliad, and all adver
tiser are allowed Frre arr?- to theni daring Bal-
is Hear. The PlflllC (tnnirKfl IL 1DUR
T1SCK Is kept an file at the office of L. P. FISH LB.
GRATEFUL COM FO ItTIN'G.
B a thorough knowledge of t'ie nitural la which f"
era la tpmiwu of tiig-ation and nutrition, and by a
careful application of tlw fine prnp-nira of welUariected
cocna, Mr. Eppa baa provided oar breakfast table itb a
delicately-flavored beverage which ni.y a many heavy
doctor's bill.. It la by the jad.ciua ae of uch arlicies of
diet IbaA a eooatituti-in may be gradually built op aolil
aironf eoool to reaist every tendenry lo dt.eaae. Ilandrrda
f subtle maladies are floating arnuml as ready lo attack
wherever there la a weak point. We my escape many a
fatal shaft by keeping ourselves "HI fxrtiQrd with pare blond
sad a properly nourished frame. See article in the Civil
Made simply witU boiling water or milk.
Bold only ia packets, labelled :
JaJNXES EPPS & CO.,
J 19 Pl'S'S CHOCOLATE ESSEXCE, Jor Afternoon
Beale and Howard Streets,
BAN RA!CISCO, CALIFORNIA
W. D. T1IL0R, ... Presideat,
JOS. EOOBE, - Saperlnteadeat,
.IS ALL ITS BRA5CII":i?.
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Ugh Preisare ar fompaaad.
TRAM VESSELS of all kinds, bo.tt complete with
ilails of Wood. Iroo sr Compoane.
ORDINART ENC 1 ' EHcompoamled whrn sdriaable.
STEAM I.ACXCIIE-S. Barcrs an.1 M-am To con
etrocted with referenee 10 the Trade in which they are lo
be employed- Vpeed, toonace and draft of water ru. no
teed. SCf3 A R MILI.O A.M MUAIi I .IKING
MACIIINEKV made after V e nnl appnvel plan,
atoo, all Boiler I roo rVxrk connected therewith.
WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Shret Iron, of any -.
made ia aoitable lengihe for conne-tin- tolher. or !heels
Boiled. Punched, and Packed tit Shipment, rea.'.y lobe
veted oo the ground.
UTDRll'LICRIV ET IXC Boiler Work sad Wa
ter pipe mail by Ibis Establishment. KireK-d by Hy
draulic Rjvetlng Machinery, that quality of work bring
far luperwr to hand work.
SHIP WORK, "ihip nd Steam Capstans. Steam Winch
es, A ir and Circulating Pumps, made after the most ap
PCM PS. Direct Actinic Pumps, for Irrigation or City Wa
le Works' purposes, built with the celebrated Uvy Valve
Motion, superior la any other pomp. d27'M tf
A CENTS tor Worthingtoo Duple Steam Pump.
TRADE Mm k EXPORTER!
Maitets Renew & General Prices Current !
Published Moothly, sod in English. Indtsrnhle
for Purchasers of Continental i.d; gives M byte
sa.'c Prices, and OUconnts all-we l. of
Wines. Brandies, Preserved Provisions, Fancy Goods,
Millinery.. fjres Materials. W, Porc-lnin.
Plated Ware. WaU-bes, Clocks. Re-l a ImiUtion Jewelry
B. ots and Shoes. Perfumery. Toys. '.lro-raphs,
Photocraphie and Printing Matrrils
Scientific and Musical Instruments, Drus. Chemica!s,
Pharmaceoiical Prepare ions. Stationery, fwMs.
Silks, Varnishes. Paints. Paper Hng.r.i. etc , Etc.
Also Prices Carrenl of Pro.' are. Market lporu. Notices on
Industrial Novelities, Tr.de Intelligence, etc
ANNUAL SCBaCRIPrtON- 5s for PUl L'nion. and s
for other Countries.
Money orders psyable to U K' 'K'i K W T.!i- on P.iris ..r l.on-
den, or the rijuivalent In any kat currtnry or po-tspe
CrUXPAIU LETTERS It EECSEO. fl
Address - The FRRNCII TRADE JOURNAL REfORTEK,
0ct ly 14, Ruede Chabrol, Paris, France.
C3- H5L 323""
Bejj to inform the Public,
Is as Complete as ever, having received large shipments Ex
" ATALANTAr " D. C. MURRAY"
and" ANJER HE A D," also to arrive,
EX " LADY LAMP SON"
and " ZEAEANDIAr
EZTBA LAB&B IHVOIOES !
AMERICAN AND ENGLISH PRINTS!
It UO IVN anil WHITE COTTONS,
DENIMS, SHEETINGS, and a
FULL LINE OF GENTLEMENS AND BOYS CLOTHING!
H77A AX J CALICO SIIIIITS,
FIXE WOOL. I'XIOXib C OTTO X SHIRTS,
A FINE LINE OF LADIES AND CHILDRE&MS
fB U O TH
IIITt1. STRAW, and PANAMA,
II I 1 ' WOOL and CASS1MERE!
1,001 HTiai;s TOO NUMEROUS to mention
I'ri:CIIASIJi:S IX THE TRADE xnilljiml it vtry much to thtlr
advantage by examining our stock.
216 fe 318 California St.,
San Ifruiieieo, Cal.
Have the LAR EST and
Staple asad. IPasiey Groceries !
And from their knowledge of ISLAND TRADE and REQUIREMENTS
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 FORWARDED.
LOOK AT THIS !
CMIAS. B. WILSON II .4 VI XG I'KOll'RKU
' some first-Class Horse timers, is now . reps red to do
AT RKSOSBI.K RA.TK3.
rvTO lY V ASKED !
A IX I
Artesian Well Work.
Wagon and Carriage Work.
Bridge Work, etc. etc-.
Done by Experienced Workmen !
AT RAT Ei THAT WILL
AL.I, I ASK IS A TIUAI. ORDER.
XT ni1 f rsrl the Shop, opposite Hopper' sn.l one dir
abuse Locas' I'Unin Mills.
ja7 82 1y CHAS. B. WILSON.
Fence Ulfire !
For ij.e Low h
V.. W. MACFARI.l.NK U CO.
Portland uement !
in the Market
l W. MAC FAR LAN E & C. i
TO Till: TRADE.
O. W. MACFARLANE ir CO.
WING W0 TAI & CO.,
Have Constantly on Hand
a n n
K O VI S L I2
At thnr Fir-pro( Store, nppnsi'.e Mossman's, Nauana street,
.4 FI LL LIXE OF
JAPAN and CHINA TKAS,
Botli lliih and Low Prired. acrorJtng to Quality.
i!,.-fail at. of Plaiitatioo Sannlifs. all klad. !
Always on hand a LIKKE STOCK OF RICE,'
,wj nring .ASentiihreepiHniat:oni j
A few of those FiACY SILK P1BL0R SCREE.VS left ;
jal'81 ly WING WO TAI sV CO
that notwithstanding their
TRADE SALE, their
BEST ASSORTMENT of
WOOD. WOOD. WOOD.
FIRST QUALITY FIRE WOOD
FOR SALE CHEAP,
EITHER I COttI) WOOD OU ITT AXD SPLIT
ALL WOOD DELIVERED TO
ANY PART OF THE CITY
SENO OltDKRS TO
Enterprise Planing Mill.
ap3 3.p 121 FORT STRKET
DRUGS & MEDICINES
Most Complete Assortm'nt
IN Til K
Hawaiiai Islands !
As the erriicr p rti m ol our Sl.-ck
Is Obtained from First Hands,
WK AhC I: A11LKD T0
Sell at Very Low Figures.
KEEP ONLY THE BEST QUALITY !
.1. V. AYKB OMPAY,
riown t'crliiinery to.,
Parlie, Davis d Co.,
! Gr. Gr. GREEN,
WOODBI RV, X. J.
utiisT FimiEismiim suit.
CELLULOID TRUSSES !
A SI'Kfl LTV.
Warrants not tu Breax ! Rust ! Or Wear unt !
By an Experienced Pharmacist !
ANY HOUR of the DAY or NIGHT!
I HOLLISTEH &c Co's.
v hi.i:sa LE &. retail DRCGCISTS.
sr4"Silyml 59 NCL'ANU STREET. Idmly
The best Percale sliirts, extra cciT8 and
two collars, for only $1 50, at Chas. Fish els
FriJtiy. Jnne9, 1S52.
Honse iut-1 at the tisual Lour ami after prayer
and reading of the minutes had been finished,
proceeded to the business pf hearing an3 dis
posing of petitions and resolutions.
The following reports from Standing Commit
tees were received:
Hon. Mr. Pilipo from the Sanitary Committee
reported on a petition from Lehui Kauai, praying
for the establishment of hospitals for lepers and
the employment of kindly disposed physicians,
also from the same place that dispensaries be es
tablished, and recommended that the petitions be
laid on the table until the introduction of a Bill
on the subjects by the Hon. Mr. Palohau. Ap
proved. Hon. Sir. Pilipo from the same Committee al
so recommended that the petition relating to the
obtaining of a Japanese physician for this King
dom be referred to the President of the Board of
Hon. Noble Kapena presented a report from
the Commissioners appointed to codify the Laws
and accompanied with a sample of the manner
in which the Laws would appear when printed.
Report received and laid on table.
No reports from special Committees.
On motion the Assembly resolved itself into a
Committee of the Whole and proceeded with the
discussion of the items in the Appropriation Bill.
The following items in the Bill under the divis
ion Depurtment of Foreign Affairs, were passed:
m.P.VETMENT OP FOEEIGN AFFAIRS.
King's Guard. . .' $33,901 50
Aid to Volunteer ililitarv Companies. 10,000 0:j
Drill Shed ". 5.000 00
Band. Flags and Silutes 33.305 00
Arms and Acrouti euicnts 20,000 00
At this hour :li - Ominittee took a recess un
til 2 p.m.
On the reu-isi'iubling of the Committee the
consideration .if tho closing items connected with
the Pt'partuiru of Foreign Affairs, were con
tinued with. :ih f which were passed, and also
an additional it.-ni inserted at the suggestion of
His Excellency the Premier relating to a
Librarian and Curator, as follows:
National Museum $3,000 00
Purchase of Books for Gov't Library. . 3.00U 00
Librarian and Curator 2,000 00
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Salary Minister $12.000 00
Chief Clerk 6,000 00
Book-keeper 3, C00 00
Clerk Lund Office 3, C00 00
Third Clerk Int. Dep't 3.G00 00
Fourth Clerk Int. Dept 2,400 00
Salary Gov. of Oahn . . 3, COO 00
Salary Gov. of Maui 3.C0O 00
Salary dor. of Kauai 3, GOO 00
Siilarv Governess of Hawaii 3, GOO 00
Salary Clerk Gov. of Oalm 1,200 00
Salary Clerk Gov. of Maui 1.GO0 00
Salary Clerk Gov. of Kanai 1,000 00
Salary Clerk Governess of Hawaii. . . 1,600 00
Salary Jailor Oahu Prison 3,600 00
Guard of Oahu Prison 7,000 00
Salary Superintendent Water Works
and Clerk of Market
Market at Wailnku
Salary Clerk Supt. Water Works
Salary Supt. Public Works
Incidentals and Traveling Expenses
of Engineer and Supt. of Public
Works 1,500 00
Salary Postmaster General 7.000 00
PayC!erks Post Office 17,000 00
Pay Postmasters 10,000 00
Pay Mail Carriers 18,000 00
Incidentals Post Office'. 8,000 00
Marine Telephone Station 1,500 00
Pay Keeper Royal Mausoleum 600 00
Expenses Royal Mausoleum 250 00
Pay Keeper Lnnalilo Mausoleum. 500 00
Pay Janitor Aliiolani Hale 9G0 00
Pay Messengers Interior Department 2,000 00
Fire Proof Safe Interior Department 600 00
Incidentals Interior Department 2,000 00
Incidentals Government Offices 500 00
At 4.10 p.m. the Committee rose and reported
progress to the Honse. Report accepted and at
4. 15 the Assembly adjourned until 10 a.m. this
i THIRTIETH DAY.
! Saturday, June 10th, 1882.
j Honse met at 10 a. m pursuant to adjournment.
j Prayer aud reading of minutes.
, Hon. Mr. Kamakele, presented a petition from
residents of the district of Makawao, praying
j that no more Chinese as laborers be imported or
! allowed to land in the Kingdom. Referred to
Hon. Mr. Kaukan, a petition from the resi
j dents of the district of Kanapali, praying that
! parents having five or more children be ex-
empted from taxes. Ordered to be laid on table
I and taken up in consideration of the Tax Bill.
Hon. Noble idemann, from the Standing
Committee on Public Lands and Internal Im
provements reported on a petition referred to
them for consideration and relating to the es
tablishment of certain fire limits in the City of
Honolulu. The Committee avoided the prayers of
petitioners and presented n Bill on the subject
for the consideration of the Assembly.
Hon. Mr. Pilipo and Hon. Mr. Kalua, spoke
in favor of receiving the report of the Commit
tee and having the Bill printed, and Hon. Mr.
Hon. Noble Smith said he would not discuss
the merits of the Bill, but would say in support
of the motion to receive the report of the Com
mittee that, the provisions of the Bill were in
tended to confer a benefit upon property owners,
aud especially iu the. city of Honolulu, and
would in no way be injurious to the interests of
the constituents of the Hon. member from Kauai,
as the provisions of the Bill were applicable only
to the district of Honolulu.
The motion to receive the report of the Com
mittee and that the Bill be printed was carried.
Hon. Mr, Nawahi, Chairman of the Commit
tee, to whom was referred a Bill relating to the
insertion of an item of $22,500 to pay the ex
penses connected with the late tour of His Maj
esty, reported favorably, and recommended the
adoption of the item; signed by Hon. J. Nawahi
and His Excellency, W. M. Gibson.
Hon. Mr. Kalua, from the Committee on Mis
cellaneous Subjects reported on:
1. A petition from Wailukn, that the nm of
$3,000 be appropriated for the purpose of build
ing a hospital.
2. A petition from the same place prayiug that
$3,000 be appropriated for the building of a
market at AVailuku.
3. A petition that the sum of $10,000 be ap
propriated for anchors and buoys for the harbor
of Kahului, Mani.
The Special Committee recommended the pe
titions above mentioned, to be referred to the
Committee on Public Lands. Approved.
Hon. Mr, Kaunamano presented a resolution
that the sum of $o00 be inserted in the Appro
priation Bill for the purpose of repairing the
Court House at 'Waipio and placing a fence
around the Court House at Houakaa. Ordered
for consideration with the Appropriation Bill.
Hon. Mr. Aiwohi that the bum of $2,000 be
inserted in the Appropriation Bill, for the pur
pose of assisting the Female Seuiitiary at Kohala
Hawaii. To be considered with the Appropria
Hon. Mr. Kaunamano that the Finance Com
mittee be requested to present on Tuesday, the
13th inst a report on the receipts aud expendi
tures of the Government. Approved.
Hon. Mr. Richardson that the sum of
83,000 be placed in the list of appropriations for
the purpose of encouraging agricultural pursuits.
To be considered with the Appropriation Bill.
Hon. Mr. Kannamano, that the Assembly ac
cept the invitation extended by the Kapiolani
Park Committee, to visit the Park on Monday,
and that the Sergeant-at-Arms be instructed to
provide conveyances for the members aud the
newspaper representatives. Carried.
On motion the House adjourned at 11.3 ) until
10 a.m. on the 13th inst.
Ti-ksdat, June 13, S2.
House met at 10 a.m. Prayer by the Chaplain
and reading of minutes of last meeting by the
Secretary. Some petititiens were then pre
sented. No reports from Standing nor Select Commit
tees. The following resolutions were presented :
Hon. Mr. Kaunamano, that the sum of So be
inserted in the Appropriation Bill for the pur
pose of paying back that amount to- J. H. Y.
Pnilani, he having paid his taxes twice. Appv'd.
His Excellency the Attorney-General, gave no
tice of intention to introduce a Bill to provide
for the holding of an additional court in the
third Judicial Circuit.
Hon. Mr. Kaunamano, read bv permission for
the first time by title, a Bill to regulate the sale
of intoxicating liquor. Ordered to be printed
and to second reading in proper order.
IIin. Mr. Kalua, under snspeu.sion of the rales,
presented a petition from the district of Wailukn,
praying that the sum of $1,000 be appropriated
towards providing a lauding place at Makeua,
Mani. Referred to the Committee on Public
Hon. Mr. Nakookoo, read for the first time br
permission, a Rill to amend Section 11, ChapW-r
LY of the Penal Code, relating to daui-o houses.
Ordered to second reading in proper order.
His Excellency the Premier, gave notice of in
tention to introduce a Rill authorizing a Nation
al Loan and describing the purposes for which
Hon. Mr. Kalua gave notice of intention to
introduce a Bill to provide a permanent settle
ment for the widow of the late P. Xahaolelua.
Hon. Mr. Keaua, lead by permission a Bill to
amend Sction 193 of the Civil Code, relating to
Clerks of Market3. Ordered to second reading.
On motion of Hon. Mr. Palohau, a Bill to
amend Section 1, Chapter VII, Laws of 1S7S,
re ating to holidays to contract laborers, was
placed amor.g the orders of the day.
Hon. Mr. Palohau presented a resolution that
the sum of $10,000 be appropriated for the pur
pose of building a bridge over the Waialua
stream, Kauai. Ordered to be laid on the table,
and taken up iL the discussion of the Appro-
1 priation Rill.
On motion, the House resolved itself into the
Committee of the Whole, Hon. Noble Kapena in
the chair, and proceeded to discuss the Tax Bill,
Sectiorj 32 coining up firt for discussion.
Following are the Sections of the Tax Rill
which came before the Committee, and the ac
tion taken on them :
Section 32 Relating to the duties of As
sessors, in regard to the manner and time of
giving notice to residents, and to obtain returns.
Section 33 Relating to the delivery by resi
dents to the Assessors of statements showing
1. Value of real and personal property, in
cluding inouies deposited in bank.
2. Mortgages aud incumbrances thereon.
3. Animals and other property subject to taxa
tion. 4. Names of all persons subject to taxation in
the employ of person making the return.
Section 34 Relating to the returns of agents
of Iusurance Companies. Passed.
Section 3" Relating to the power of assessors
to make returns themselves, when persons
neglect r refuse to make their own returns.
Section 30 Relating to the oath to be sul
scribed to by persons making returns.
Section 37 Assessors to make out duplicate
copies of tax list.
Section 38 Assessors to be present at seme
convenient place for at least six days, between
the first and fifteenth days of September, and
tax lists be open for the free inspection of all
persons liable to taxation. Passed.
Section 39 Assessors to give public notice
when tax lists are open for inspection. Passed.
Section 40 Relating to the right of appeal by
aggrieved tax-payers. Passed.
At this stage of the proceedings, the Commit
tee rose, aud reported progress, aud, at 12.30,
the Assembly adjourned uutii
! On the reassembling ol the House the Com
mittee of the Whole was again formed, and the
discussion of the Tax Bill proceeded with.
Section 41 Relating to the amount of
to be deposited on reductions claimed
assessments made on tax lists. Passed.
his Excellency the Attorney-General gave
notice of his intention to introduce a new Sec
tion relating to the subject o notification of
appeals by tax-payers
j On motion, the Committee rose, and reported
i progress to the Assembly, and asked leave to sit
j again at some future time, lteport received aud
approved, and request granted.
Notice having been received by the Assembly
of the decease of Eight Rev. Bishop Maigret and
Captain JO. R.'Ilope, of II. B. M. S. Champion,
a motion was put, and carried, that the Repre
sentatives attend both funerals to-morrow.
At 2.30 p.m. the House adjourned until 11
"Wednesday, June 14, 1882.
The House met pursuant to adjournment, and
immediately adjourned again to attend the
funeral of Right Rev Bishop Maigret. Arrange
ments having also been made to attend the
funeral of Captain Hope, of II. B. M.S. Champion,
the adjournment was made until 10 o'clock a.m.
Thursday, June 15, 1882.
The Assembly met at 10 a.m. and after pra3er
by the Chaplain the minutes of the two preced
ing meetings were read by the Secretary.
Several petitions were presented :
From Standing Committees, Hon. Mr. Kauln
kou, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, re
ported on a petition from residents of South
' Kona, praying that thre Circuit Judges be ap
pointed, one of whom t- resid on the district of
North Kona, and stated that, us Set tio.n 876 of
the Civil Code provides for the :. intment of
judges of this kind, the Committee recommended
the indefinite postponement of the petition.
The Committee also reported on a petition
from Makawao, Maul, relating to the meeting of
Assessors and owners of property, t determine
valuations of assessable property, and stated that
as such is now the intent of the law, they re
commended the indefinite postponement of the
On a petition from Puna, Hawaii, relating to
the introduction of people into the Kingdom
other than mire laborers, the Committee recom
mended that the petition be laid on the table,
and be considered with the Bill relating to the
reorganisation of the Board of Immigration.
Several petitions from Makawao and liana,
Maui, relating to the employment of prisoners
upon the roads in districts where convicted ;
the Committee considered that the granting of
the petitions would entail considerable expense
in building jails and lockups without any ade
quate return for the expense incurred, they
therefore recommended their indefinite post
The same Committee reported on a petition
from Kohala, relating to aboriginal Hawaiians
obtaining kuleanas, that as the petition was in
definite as regards from whence the lauds were
to be obtained, and also as the prayer of the
petitioners were almost impossible to comply
with, the Committee recommended the indefinite
Petitions relating to the use of intoxicating
liquors for Hawaiians, and importation and sale
of opium, were, on recommendation of the same
Committee, laid on the table to be considered
with Bills on the subjects.
The Select Committee to whom was referred a
Bill relating to the facilitating of the collection
of taxes, reported favorably on the Bill, and re
commended that it be laid on the table and be
taken up in the consideration of the Tax Bill.
After this showing of the work did by the
Committees of w hich he was Chairman Hon. Mr.
Kaulukou requested to be excused for the remain
der of the day, which request was readily granted.
Hon. Mr. Rice asked and obtained leave of al
sence for Friday and Saturday.
Hon. Mr. Bishop, from the' Select Committee
to whom was referred a B.ll to repeal Sections
255 and 256 of the Civil Code relating to pnteuts,
presented a new Bill which was read for the first
time and ordered to second reading in proper
His Excellency the Attorney-General read for
the first time a Bill relating to the hoi ling of an
additional term of the Third Judicial Circuit
Court. Ordered to second reading in proper
Hon. Mr. Aholo intro-lm-ed a resolution that
His Excellency the Attorney-General furnish a
list of the Deputy Sheriffs and their rates of
A member from Molokai having read an ac
count of the Races published in the E'ele Poi
ko'.'i, took umbrage at a word which appeared in
the reports of the performances as applying to
the Lunamakaaiuaua Plate, and introduced a
resolution asking for the expulsion of the re
porter of the paper ("resent ia the Legisla
ture (and who had nothing to do with the ins. r
tion of the objectionable word). The resolution
instead of at once being ruled out of order, was
discussed, delaying the regular business of the
As-embly, and finally indefinitely postponed.
Hon. Godfrey Rhodes, President of the As
sembly, informed the members that he was
requested by the acting-commander of
H.B.M.S. Champion to return the thanks of
the officers and men of that vessel to the As
sembly for their presence at the funeral of the
late Captain G. Beresford Hope.
Under the Order of the Day the following
business was transacted :
His Excellency Edward Preston moved that
the consideration of the Tax Bill be plaend for
RRfiflMF. SPEAR & CO.,
Manufacturing and Importing Jewelers ! !
75 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
KEC. LEAVE TO IM'OKM THE PI I.LIC EXEiA4.LV THAT THEIR STOCK OF
Moliday Goods is Complete.
CO SSI STING IS PART OK
COLD AND SILVER SETTS.
PINS, RINGS. EAR RINGS. nlNS
VEST CHAINS. NECKLACES SCARF PINS.
SCARF RINGS. SLEEVE BUTTONS.
Citlxxxx x specialty.
Silver Filagree Jewelry,
Tasmanian Shell Necklaces in all shades of Color,
Silver Plated Ware. American Clocks.
WK WOULD ALSO STATU THAT WK MAM FACTtRE A I.E. K I M OF
Gold, Kuliui, Shell and other Jewelry !
Watches Rcspnii-ed y Competent Workmen.
DIAMONDS SET IN THE LATEST STYLES.
A Scci:ility lladc in Engraving; of nil kimls
MOXOGRAIS, MODELS, LOCKETS, etc.
r- OKDKKS FROM THE OTHKK IM.ANUS WIMs RKCK1VE OUR FROMPT
ITTCM I o . .
Every Article Guaranteed as represented, or Money Refunded
75 FOItT STREET,
ik.26 lr Oaalie )illlua basal sV ('.
RIVAL OF "
$36,000. -X0n?- $36,000.
BVTIIK A K It I V I. OF T II K A BO V E STEAMER. 1 HAVE RECEIVE!
X3Xr"VOIZJS3Si OP TNT33Xr GOODS
rr FROM .KV VOKK.S.4N FRANCISCO.
AND FROM LONDON VIA PANAMA XX
COMPRISISG IN PART:
E I SI 2E5
IM.ISIIES, SII.K-1. VKLVKTS.TRIMMIXGS,
KCCL.ES. DEAD TRI VI .MINGS, la ull calora.
ORNAMENTS. CtlHDS. I. K f t . rillNCKB.
r The above LIST OF GOOPS CAME WITH aud WKKK F ELECTED BY MIh SACIIM. Mals-r f M ra. A. M
M EL.L.IS, who porchasrd tbrm especially
TO MEET THE REQ UlltEMENTS OF THE
LADIES OF THESE ISLANDS! 3
AMO, FROM THE
Cleliatecl International Clothing- Compnny,
I II A V K RECEIVED FKR AN.TEH III3.VI," aasihcr full LI sir f
GENTS, YOUTHS, AII HOYS' CLOTH 1JVO !
Thrse Goods are FIRST CLASS, AT BOTTOM PKICB3. Dd ha been selected
TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE PEOPLE OF THESE ISLANDS!
TE USDERSIBXKD ALSO TAKES PLEASURE ANNOUNCING la ll.r I' IT II I.I C
1 that he has HAS ADDED ANOTHER DEPARTMENT lo bis already full .lore, Tin
Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Gaiters, Ankle-ties,' Etc., Etc.,
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Girls, Youths & Children.
THESE FINE S k XI) I LS arc a NEW BR A NO an si VERY NICE A Nl COM PORTA III. K
IT INDIES SHOULD TRV THEM "H
All the above NEW OOODS are now open for inspection, and attentive Clerk a will hare
much pleasure in showing Goods.
A. SVL MELLIS,
Honolulu Olotliingr Emporium,
"l'2' 1 IP FORI STREET, II R K U'EH'M lil.OCH.
AT. , ,
JVo. 10:5 Fort Street.
Ladies Attention Solicited
11KS. Y. II. WILKINSON br leartla
i'JI stute to her numerous friends and patron., both Id Ho
rio'.ula nd on the Tarious Islands, that .tie baa just returned
from California, where hr time baa been .pent in ae lectin' one
of the most complete and choice.! stock, of
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S
That hive ever been exhibited in Honolulu. Thia Ele
gant Varied ("took embrace
All the Latest Styles of SPUING HATS 1
I Deluding the Imperial Trimmings and Ornaments in
A Line of Elegant I BENCH FLOWERS
or most exquisite beauty.
A Beautiful Assortment of DEESS SILKS,
Ribbons, Fan., Rucliinga, Laces, Lisle Tnread Hose and
Gloves, Lace Mitts, fancy and plain; Belts, ate
lo addition to the above I invite my friend, to call and ee
my fashionable Dolmans. L ister, and Ready Made Suits, Al
Children's Department for CLOTHING
Which selection is unique and stylish. A molt supe
rior hue of imported
Hats and Bonnets, Morning Shawls, Veils.
I'arasoU, l)rrM Hi'.eMs.
Siik a:nl ll-in-stitched Handkerchiefs,
Buttons, all in full supply.
DON'T DELAY YOUR VISIT !
All my price, are reasonable and carefully con.ldereJ
to suit tbe limes.
My friends on the various Islands will trust their Orders to
my care, all of which will he attended to carefully and
MRS. W. H. WILKINSON,
103 Fort Street, Honolulu.
127 FORT ST., HONOLULU.
Plant-';, Shaping, Turn In?,
Bind and Scroll Sawing,
Door, Sash, Blinds,
Ilitor and Window I'ranifs,-
Bratkrts, Ballnstrr, Stairs K'fM
Mad to Order
MOULDINGS Sc KINISII
ALWAY O.N II A NO.
T All orders filled on suirt notice and Jobbing promptly
Mouldings made to r.y pattern without extra charge for
PRICE OF MACHINE WORK, $1.00 TO
$1.50 PER HOUR.
XT Orders from tbe other Inlands promptly filled. Flsua
and specifications furnUhed to order.
C. J. II A Kl) y.K.
II. F. RKKTEL.MANN.
IIOOI' I U O i ?
I HAVE RECEIVED A Nl NOW OFFER
fr sale, bundles HOOP IRON of the following sixci 2xk
2xl-lS,lixl-I8. Also, on hand and fr sale, '
Eastern Shooks, Molasse3 Barrels, all sizes;
Sugar Kegs, ic Made to Order.
J. II. BKtlXS,
ja23m. , E.plaoad.
iitii of mnu
AND DOHT YOU FORGET IT
A LOT Of EXTRA QUALITY
NEW ZEALAND OATS
And secure what you want
UNION FEED CO.
A FIN E DISPLAY !
J. " UVKC,i!wmmU K,-
Beauti i n 1 J,, iue
Gentlemen's and Youths'
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Which, have been can fully selected from the
5000 Choice San Jose Straw
TOR H LE I
Several Favorite Varieties now Ready
RICK, 76 CENTS PER DOZEN.
Apply at the Hawaiian Motel, to
to MERflimuunnis, etc.
JAMES DUNS, MERCHANT. GLASGOW
Undertake, the purchase and .bipmeot of all kin,-. ,
iah and Continent., Good., and s' ? J
at rate eHher free on board at .hlppln, ,,. i ura,!r
delivered e, .hip (but with "
Honolulu. 8nH Order, may be JLmpS& by "'T ' "
payable In London or 8, Franc, , r J ,
day. .ight ag..n.t confirmed credit. Iran, UoZZZ"
or otherwise, to suit the convenience of buyer.
MESfiRa. WJt G. IRWIN at CO., Honolulu
HON J.g. WALKKR, Honolulu.
THE AtlRA DANK, (Limited). London.
SHOE BLACK STAND
HntaM .ir., rw. tl .... 9
oppo.i,e tbe A.to?H.eCre-,m Uma'
SHOE B L AC K I IMC
IN THE '
Latest San Francisco Stvle I
food and steady work lo merit a liber.i I 1 ne' nd hoPa by
on public m ,lber "opport from .-gVoer-
8m Bet known as DUN
" Hocky Mountain Johny."