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PACIFIC COMMMERCIAL ADVE R T ISER, JUNE 24, 1882.
H. W. SEVERANCE,
HA V A 1 1 A COXMl, AM) COM M ISMON
II HKHllUNt, 31 Caiif-.m eirl, ran
ral.Wntft. T" r Bonn Na 4.
WILLIAMS, DIHOND & CO.,
Shipping A. I'ociniivsioii .terchain
'' I H California Mrrrl.
fcN HiANCl.-i O.
to. r. corns.
hKKSKHT r 'LOII.
GEORGE F. COFFIN & CO.,
S2XPPLVC 15b COMMISSION MtKUiAMS,
y? 13 Plas S'.rct, Co: a B.xt.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION CIVKX TO
fiillog Hawaiian orJi-M, arid BK-I ir;,..n furti-d.
JOHN HARVEY & CO.,
"C M M 1 ss 1 N
MERCHANTS Bnd WOOL
sWsrancs Bank of Moatrval.
Jal7 81 Cub adtanct on Coniignir.-n
JOHN FOWLER &
KE PREP RED TO FT It M Ml I'l.t.XS
an 'I Etiolates lor Ml pr,rtt,i Irauiwai.. rb or
without car or locomotirn. t..-r,i.l a l i j.t. .1 I- r rulr
Plantations. Permanent Kin;. u;. I r..in..ii -n-I rr.
Tract ioa Koffioe and K jsJ l-xrorri'.! -. tin 1 ..ujj'.ir.?
an4 Caltivalinc Machinery. rVrtaMr rcum Kr.int (or all
purposes, VN ruling Lnir- &.r li.rhrnTi.
Cat alogos, with il: nitrations. M'lrl ami 1 1. vrai.li of
the boa Plant and Jla. h.n' ry isijr b--n at it.' '.Ilj of
W. I. URCK.V an I
i. W. M AC r 111 ASK ;..
aaf23 If licuij ( r J ,l,n li-'.fr J; Cn.
W. H. CEOSSMAN & BEO.,
M ll I p p I n K and ' its iiiInnI it
MERC II A 2sT T
118 CbamacM tilrrri. .NEW YORK.
Beference Castle & Cooke and J. T. Wt-rt.',u-e.
ADVERTISING agent. 21 merchants
EXCHANGE, an Franruco, California, auihoriZ'-d
so receive adTcrtisementa lor the column of tin jap-r.
OEsitJilIi.liol in l?-?.!.
L. P. FISHER'S
ADVERTISING AGENCY. 1
Booms 2C aud 21, 3Irrr?iant Kich.r.-c,
California Street. San Francisco,
171. B. Adfrtlln Soliritrd for all Aews
paper TablUbrd n the TariCr (oat.tlip S oduirb
Islaads PoljafsLi, Slfiiruo Torts P.in.mi i. ;ila
ralsa, Japan, China, .lew Zealand, thr a-(ra!laa
Coloolrs, tbe Kastcra Stairs and IJornpr. I lie of
nearlj crerj Arpapfr I'nblMif-i cn the ParlCc
Caast are kept Caustantlj oa IlanJ, acd all advrr
ttsr are ailawtd Free artr4 to thrm darinz Bai
ess Hoars. The PACIFIC C0M3IF Ri I II, AI)I U
TISF.U Is kept n file at the Cfiite of I.. P. FISIIFU.
" By a thorough knovledj-r of tli-n:it'ir;t! I is which g v- 1
era the operation of digestion an I nuiriiioo, and a j
careful application of the fine pr"j r;irx of wetl-geiectcil '
cocoa. Mr. Eppa bas provided our lirrokfast taM wi'.b a
delicately-flavored beverage which aiijr nvc o.i mny heavy
doctor'a bill. It la by the juil.ci'.u u?e of such article of ,
diet that a constitution may be ermlanliy lui.t up autil
elroof enough to reaiat every trrwlrnoy l iliane. Hundred
of auntie maladies are floating ar m:.! u rrndy to attack
wherever there is a weak point. We my ecipe many a
fatal abaft by keeping ourselves well f rlill. ,1 wild pure him id
aod a properly nourished frame." See ari.cle in the Civil
Made aim ply with boilitig water or milk.
Sold only In packet, labelled :
"JAMES iIIS & CO.,
CPI'S'S CHOCOLATE ESS ESC E. for Afternoon
Beale and Howard Streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORMA
W. H. T11L0K, ... rrfsident,
JOS. JI00RE, ... Suprrlntf odf nt,
IS ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
High Prfssare ar fomponnd.
sTCi.M VCSSKIJ of all kiods, btt:lt complete with
Hal of Wood, Iron or Composite.
ORDIN'A RT EXC I X ES compounded wh. n advisable.
STEAM I..rXCIIES, Barire and St. am Tusr oa
atracted with rrferenee to the Trade in hi h they are to
be employed Ppeel, tonnage and drift of water guaran
teed. SL'n.tR M I l.l AM) Mfitlt M.IKI.NG
.MAC II I X KK V made after t e mft ai pr.ve.1 plan.
Also, all B. iter Iron Work connected therewith.
WATER HIHE.of Boiler or Sheet Ir.,n. of any ix-.
made in callable lengths ! ! connecting t.n' tl.rr. or sheets
Rolled, Punched, and Tacked Hr Shipment, n s ly to be
Teted on the ground. - ' ,
IITDRACLIC RIVr.TIMi. BoiW Work and Wa
ter Pipe made by this r:trrnbaient. Riveted by Ily
"irauiic Riveting Machinery, that quality of work beirg
tar superior to hand work.
SHIP WORK. Ship and i'tratn Csitan.. Steam Winch
es, Air and Circulating Pumps, made after the mot ap
PCM PS. Direct Acting Pomps, for Irrigation or City W
ter Worka purposes, bu ll with th- celclriel Darr Valve
Motion, superior to any other pump. d J7l tf
A CEXTS lor Worthington Duplex Steam Pump.
TRADE MH5.U L EXI'IIHTEII!
Hariets Rcriew & General Prices Current !
Puhli.hed Monthly, arid in FnglUh. Ir.d-ixn.l.!e
fur porchaaers of Continental I i -;: g v- Whil-.-sale
Price, and I'ucunnt all- we 1. i f
Wine. Brandies, Preserveil Provi-i. n, Ka:icy f;oI..
Millinery lrs Material. tU. I'orreiain.
Plated Ware. Watchea, C'.ock.. Rel .t ln. t.l.n Ji tci ry
" B ots and ooes. Perfumery. T... 1-o;raph.
Photovraphicarul Printing M jri.,l..
Scientific anil Musical ln-truineti;s. lirnsi Ch-'mica's,
Pharmaceutical Pn-parat n. Mati.m.-ry . ecn.
S.Ik. Varnishes. Paints. Pp-r JUng. :. .tc , Hir.
AUo Ptu:- Current tit Pro'u.-e. M-rkl ::r rl. S ic--i on
Industrial Novelitiea, Tratle lutrlligenre. etc
ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION:1 5 f-.r P. i.l I n.o.i. nr I lit
tor other Countries.
Money orders payable to 1K l.'i"-: .Tl.!l- or, p.,r; r 1 n-
d n. or the ruiva!ent in a j l -cl tuir n y r p-. :.ii-
Cl'M'AII) LETT K li W KKH Sill.':
AJJress: Tb FRtNCII IhtDK Jtll KWI. .k BErullTKR
a-o if li. Koe de l l.ahr !, Pari. Krn:.
Oes to inlbrm the Public, that notwithstanding their
immense AUCTION TRADE SALE, their
I. Complete as ever, having received large shipments Ex
" ATALANTA," " D. C. MURRAY,"
and" AN J R HEAD" also to arrive,
EX " LADY LA MP SON"
2CTEA LABGE INVOICES!
AMERICAN AND ENGLISH PRINTS!
BKOWN and WHITE COTTONS,
DENIMS, SHEETINGS, and a
FULL LINE OF GENTLEMENS AND BOYS CLOTHING!
117777, AXJJ CALICO Mil I UTS,
rxi: wool, uxioxa cottox s hi htm,
A FIWE LINE OF LADIES AND CHILDRESS
STRAW, and PANAMA,
WOOL and CASS1MERE !
111 1 i$
ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
PUHC J AMICUS IX THE TRADE tcilljind it very much to tiei
advantage by examining our stock.
S16 &c S18 California St.
Have the LARGEST and
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 !
ill tS. H. WII.MIS II.4VIXO PKOCrREI)
ome t irst-CU Ilore fchoera, is now prepared to do
AT KEASOSBLK RA.TK8.
a O 1
Vll Its Branches I
Artesian Well Work,
Wagon and Carriage Work.
Bridge Work, etc.. etc.
Done by Experienced Workmen !
AT KATKd THAT WILL
ALI, I ASK IS A TRIAL ORDER.
j f Doi.'t f' rm-t the Shop, opposite Hopper' and one door
. ve I.UCM' Pl iiiiiiil Mills.
CHAS. B. WILSON.
Vr Sale Low b
G. W. MACFARLANK A CO.
Portland Cement !
The Best English Cement
in the Market
For i-ale In Ua tntities to suit ty
.W. MACFARLANK k CO.
ire 2E& ope!
TO THK TRAD!).
For sle liy
U. W. MACflRLANE V CO.
WING W0 TAI & CO.,
Have Constantly on Hand
W OTt SALE
M t'.-ir Firr proof slot, c'xite Mossmans, Nuoanu street,
A r'fLL LINE OE
JAPAN and CHIISTA TKAS,
Both 11 h and Low I'ricrJ. according to Quality.
AUii full "t. of Plantation Sappllfs. nil kinds.
Ala...n tn.l a l,K.E UTOfK OF It ICE,
iliy Im-ui,; tgrnt li,r thr-e plantation.
1 fen of tl.o FAH Y SILK F1RL0K SfSKEVS left
jal '91 ly WING WO TAI at CO.
2E? jg 3E 3Kar CS-
and " ZEALANDIA,"
BEST ASSORTMENT of
PIRST Qt'ALITY FIRE WOOD
FOR SALE CHEAP,
EITHER IX CORO WOOD )U (IT AMI SPLIT
all wood delivered to
any part of the city
SEND OltDEKS TO
Enterprise Planing Mill.
apS3m SO. 127 FORT STREET
DRUGS & MEDICINES
Most Complete Assortm'nt
Hawaiian Islands !
As the greater iinrtitin o( our Stock
Is Obtained from First Hands,
WK ARE KN A RLE U T-
Sell at Very Low Figures.
KEEP ONLY THE BEST QUALITY !
J. C. AYKK COiIPAXY,
L.O V E 1,1., M A SS.. 1 SI) T II E
Croxvn Perfumery o.
Parlie, Davis Co..
Homoepathic Medicine Co.,
CELLULOID TRUSSES !
A SI'Kfl X LTV.
Warranted 110110 breax ! Rust ! Or Wear unt :
By an Experienced Pharmacist !
ANY HOUR of the DAY or NIGHT!
HOLLISTER &c Co's.
WHOLESALE Ai. RETAIL ORl'GGISTS.
arVSilymJ 59 NUL'ANU ST R E KT. dully
C5P I continue to sell cretons at 25 cents per
yard, A very small assortment left at Chs. J.
FlSHFLs' rJPCLlR STOKE. "
Satcedat, Jane 17, 1SS2.
House ruet at the usual hour, and proceeded
with the regular morning business.
lion. Mr. Gardner, under suspension of the
ruU-s, presented a petition from residents of
Hniiit. praying that Crown lands be leased only
to thi'.-e living on them, or to aboriginal II a
n;tiiun.s. Referred to Judiciary Committee.
Hon. Mr. Palohau, from the Sjecial Com
mittee to whom was referred a Bill relating to
the slaughter and sale of beef, reported that as
a j.reat many districts which should have been
included in the Bill had been omitted, the Com
mittee had prepared a new Bill including the
omitted districts. Bill tead for first time, re
port of Committee approved, and the Bill
ordered to second reading in proper order.
Hon. Mr. Kalua presented a resolution that
the items relating to the pay of police through
out the Kingdom be referred to a Special Com
mittee, composed of Representatives and Go
vernors of the different Islands.
The resolution was amended by Hon. Mr.
Aholo, to read, " Committee of 11." and passed,
the Chairman appointing the following gentle
men: from Hawaii: Hons. Nawahi, Nahinu, and
Aiwohi ; from Maui, Molokai, and Lanai : Hons.
Xakaleka, Kamahele, and Gardner ; from Oahn:
Hons. Lahilahi, Brown, and His Excellency
floveiucr Domini : from Kauai : nous. Palo-
hua and Xauai.
Hon. I rank Brown gave notice ul intention to
introduce a Bill to amend Section 1 Chapter
XLI, of t!i- Penal Code, relating to the Manu
facture and sale of intoxicating liquors.
Hon. Mr. Maboe presented a resolution that
the sum of 55,000 be appropriated for the pur
pose of widening and deepening the entrance to
:h- harbor of Htt i. i. Laid on table to be con
sidered with the Apin'opriation Bill.
Hon. Mr. Aholo gave notice of intention to
introduce a Bill to amend Sections "2 and 3 of
the Session Laws of ISo'J, relating to fences.
Under suspension of the rules the Bill was read
for the first tini -, and ordered to second reading
in proper ord r.
Hon. Mr. Pah ai moved the reconsideration of
the vote taken yesterday, indefinitely postponing
the appropriation asked for Kapiolani Park.
Hon. Mr. Pilipo spoke against the reconsider
ation, and during the course of bis remarks it
was noticable that quite a number of members
had business outside the House, for as the
speaker ended there was only a quorum present.
A number of motions to adjourn were refused,
' also one to postpone till Monday.
A motion by Hon. Mr. Isenberg, to reduce the
proposed item to $5,0tX), was put and passed.
After this vote the House adjourned till 10 a.m.
Monday, June 19th, 1882.
Assembly met at 10 a.m. Prayer by Chaplain,
and rending of minutes by the Secretary.
Hon. Mr. Kamakele. presented a pftitiou from
the residents of the district of Makawao, pray
ing that when intending purchasers of Govern
ment lands have paid one-half of the amount
due on them, that the Government transfer the
deeds to the said purchaoer. Referred to the
Committee on Public Lauds and Internal Im
provements. Hon. Mr. Keau, presented a petition from tbe
district of Honolulu, praj-ing-that the sum of
$4000 be appropriated for the purpose of im
proving the road leading from Kamoiliili to Niu.
Referred to Committee on Public Lands.
Hon. Mr. Pahia. from the district of Hono
lulu, that the practice of charging for copying
documents in the Land Office be prohibited.
Referred to the Judiciary Committee.
From the Standing Committee on Public
Lauds, the chairman, Hon. Mr. Widemann, re
ported on a large batch of resolutions, and peti
tions referred to their consideration and recom
mended that they be laid on the table and con
sidered with the Appropriation Bill. Report
accepted and recommendation approved.
His Excellency the Premier as Chairman of
the Committee "to whom was referred for con-
i siderution certain items in the Appropriation
.Bill presented to the Assembly a report relating
I to the matter presented to the notice of the
His Excellency stated that the Committee
found it manifest that the public medical service
designed for the benefit of the people had been
very inadequately rendered, and that a thorough
reform in the medical service was needed in or
der to effect any decided sanitary result. The
Committee recommended an increase of medical
service, as follows: Six resident physicians in
Hawaii; four on Maui: three on Kauai; one on
Molokai and one traveling physician for Oahu,
the last besides the regular Port and resident
physicians. The Committee also recommended
that provisions be made for a Medical Inspector
General of the whole group. For expenses of
the Hoard of Health, the Committee recommend
ed the appropriation of $25,000. The item of
'Building and maintaining hospitals" was re
commended to be passed.
In closing His Excellency said that as the re
port did not embody the full discussion entered
into by the Committee, he would consider it
advisable to lay the report on the table, aud be
discussed further in. the consideration of the
Hon. Mr. Kaulukou thought that the Commit
tee should have designated the districts for the
ilon. Mr. Aholo thought that the report of the
Committee should be returned to them, and the
necessary additions as regards location of physi
cians and salaries be inserted.
His Excellency the Premier agreed with Hon.
Mr. Aholo, and by his desire the report was
returned to the Committee for additions.
Hon. Palohau presented a resolution, desiring
the Attorney-Geneial to present his opinion to
the Assembly regarding the coustutionality of
the lute amendments to the Constitution.
His Excellency the Minister of Finance pre
sented and, under suspension of the rules, read
for the first time by title a Bill relating to the
receipt and custody of public monies and the
auditing of public accounts. Ordered to be
printed, and to second reading in proper order.
Hon. Mr. Keau moved the Order of the Day,
and the Appropriation Bill coming up, the As
sembly formed a Committee of the Whole, and
passed the following items :
Government printing... $ 4,000
Compiling, printing and binding laws.... 5,000
Translating aud printing 500 copieB Mas
ters and Servants Act 123
Support of prisoners 60,000
Honolulu Fire Department 28,000
Expenses bureau of Water Works 5,000
Repairs and addition to Water Works 36,300
Running expenses of steam tugs 15,000
Anchors and buoys
Lauding at Houokaia
Landing at Honomalino
Landing at Honokaa
Lauding at Honoapo
Landings Kailua, Keauhou
Landings Hoopuloa, Napoopoo.......
Landing at Pnkoo ,
Landing at Kalaupapa
Lauding at Pelekunu, Molokai
Lauding at Kahului 5,000
Landing at Makena, Maui 1,000
Lauding at Heeia, Oahu 1,000
Extension of Hilo Wharf 5,000
Extension of Lahaina Wharf.. t. 4,000
Breakwater, Pokoiki 5,000
At 12.15 the Committee, on motion of Hon.
J. M. Kapena, took a recess until 1.30.
On the re-asssembling of the Committee, the
following items were acted on and passed as
now printed :
Re-pairs and landings $10,000
Purchase of new dredge 8,000
Dredging Honolulu Harbor and entrance 15,000
Repairs of wharves, Honolulu.... 20,000
Building wharf nt Punaluu 1,500
Filling in Waikahalulu 15,000
Hon. Mr. Cleghoru thought the improvements
contemplated in the above item would require
more than the $15,0(30 asked for in the Bill, and
thought that the amount should be increased to
allow the Government to do the amount of work
required, lie suggested to postpone the con
sideration of the item for the present, and until
the Loan Bill came up for consideration.
His Excellency the Attorney-General said that
to fill in all the water lots at Waikahalulu would
cost at least $100,000, and would no eloubt be a
profitable investment but as the Government could
not .take the amount out of the current revenue,
he thought it use-less to ask for a larger appro
priation to do more than the Government hoped
to reclaim eluring the next two years.
On motion of His Excellency the Minister of
Finance the item passed as printed.
Completion of lighthouse, Barber'tt Point$ 3,000
Repair and running expenses of light
Noble Kapena moving to ttrike out : considered
present buildings sufficiently fireproof.
His Excellency the Attorney-General did net
think the present buildings" sufficiently pro
tected against fire, especially holding as thev
did all the valuable records of the Kingdom.
He considered that a more thoroughly fire-proof
building be erected for the safe "storage of
valuable public documents.
Hon. Mr. Aholo was also of opinion that the
present building was sufficiently fire-proof to
answer the purposes intended ; did not consider
that the erection of a new building would pro
vide any more security against fire.
A motion was then made to increase to S20.000,
and on the ayes and nays Wing called the mo
tion was declared lost.
The motion to pass as printed was then put,
and carried by a decidedly strong vote, 32 to 9.
An additional item, relating to an appropria
tion of $1,200 for a courthouse aud jail at
Waianae, inserted in the Bill by Hon. Frank
Brown, and the item. Building and repairs
of courthoua.es and lockups, $26,000," were re
commended to bo referred to a Select Commit
tee. At 3.45 the Committee rose and reported back
to the House. Report accepted, and the fol
lowing gentlemen were appointed as a Special
Committee to eousidtr the items referred :
Hons. Brown, Aholo. Kauai, and ILiupu, and
His Excellency Knai.
The Assembly then adjourned until 10 a.m.
Til IRT Y-SEVENTH DAY.
Tckspay, June 20th. lsi.
House met ut the usual hour, Hon. Godfrey
Rhodes, Presideut ef the Assembly in the Chair.
Prayer by the Chaplain, reading of the minutes
by the Secretary.
Hon. Mr. Kaulukou, Chairman of the Judici
ary Committee presented a report from that Com
mittee relating to a Bill referred to them, to
amend Section 1, Chapter LIU of the Penal
Code relating to rewards ; recommended that the
Bill be laid on the table and be taken up for dis
cuss. on by the Assembly in its proper order. Re
port received and recommendatiou adopted.
Hon Mr. Pilipo from the Sanitary Committee,
repeirted on a Bill referred to the-m, to amend
Section 53, Chapter LY, of the Penal Code, re
lating to the licensing of native Hawaiian phy
sicians, and presented an amended Bill. New
Bill read for the first time and ordered to second
Hon. Mr. Kalua from a Select Committee to
whom was referred a Bill relating to the tlefining
"of the owners of wild poultry, presented a new
Bill; read for first time, and orderetl to second
reading in proper order.
Hon. Mr. Palohau presented a minority report
from the Committee to whom was referred a Bill
relating to the amendment o Section 408 of the
Civil Code relating to the division of the Islands
into Taxation Districts, and recommended that
the defects appearing iu the Bill bo remedied by
the House in discussion, and that the Bill be not
indefinitely postponed as recommended iu the
majority report. Laid on the table to be consid
ered with the Bill.
His Excellency the Premier presented a verbal
resolution that the Speyjl Committee, to whom
was referred certain matters appertaining to the
Board of Health, bo enlarged by the addition of
two more members, and named Hon Mr. Aholo
and Hon. Mr. Kaulukou. Approved.
Hon. Mr. Kauiiamauo presented a resolution
that the Minister of the Interior in his capacity
as President of the Board of Health during the
time past, present to the House an account of
the amount of opium received from police and
district courts, also the amount of money receiv
ed from the sales of confiscated opium aud fines
for smuggling. Approved.
Hon. Mr. Kaulukou from the Printing Com
mittee presented in printed form, to the House
a table showing the amount of taxes assessed
to the different nationalities in the Kingdom.
Hen. Mr. Pilipo presented a resolution that
the President of the Board of Health, His Ex
cellency Mr. Gibson, be letpiested to notify
the keepers of livery stables to establish them
selves outside the city limits.
Hon. Mr. Aholo desired to. amend by the
wortls, "if the Presideut of the Board of Health
considered the niaintenenee of such livery
stables, nuisances." He thought that the keepers
of livery stables would naturally ask why they
were asked to remove, unless they were ad
judged nuisances. He was satisfied that the
present Board of Health had the welfare of the
people at heart, and that if the President of the
Board considered the livery sinMes nuisances
and detrimental to the public health he would
order their removal. v
His Excellency the Premier, us President ef
the Board, stated that he was not able at present
to tell what concessions or privileges had been
granted by his predecessor to keepers of livery
staples. It vv.is the duty of the Board of Health
to guard the health of the ji-op!t. of the King
dom from being endangered by nuisances of any
kind, aud he assured the members ef the As
sembly that the Board were fully prepared to
tlo their duty. Some time ago people engaged
in salting and preparing hides and skins were
ordered to remove their business outside of the
city limits, it being detrimental to the public
health. Other enterprises Mere also removed
outsiele on account of being offensive. He
thought that an accumulation of horses together
would create a filth that would bo a nuisance.
It was the proper duty of the agent of the Board
to ascertain if livery stables had so congregated
in one neighborhood as to create a nuisance.
The detail duties of his office as Minister of
Foreign Affairs prevented him from using as
much time as he would wiAi in observing what
was detrimental to the health of the public, but
he would see that the subordinate officers at
tended to their duty in this renpect.
Hon. Mr. Pilipo, the introducer of the reso
lution, stated that from his experience and
observation he found that the air in the vicinity
of livery stables was tainted with the smells
therefrom. He thought the officer detailed to
eliscover nuisances displayed timidity, thought
his duty was not done, but that he waited pa
tiently for the mouth to go by and drew his pay.
After the statements made by His Excellency
and Hon. Mr. Aholo he was willing ro accept
the amendment offered. The resolution then
passed as amended .
Hon. Mr. Keau then read for the first time a
Bill to amend Section 730 of the Civil Code, re
lating to the pay of teachers of common schools.
On motion of Hon Mr. Pilipo the rules were
suspended, aud the Bill read for the second time
Hon. Mr. Kaulukou thought from the reading
of the Bill that the Hon. member from Hono
lulu had taken the school teachers of the King
ilom for his especial proteges. He considered
that an increase of pay might be advisable for
teachers iu Honolulu, as the cost of living had
greatly increased. He moved to refer to a Select
Committee. Motion carried, and the President
appointed Hons. Kaulukou. Bishop, Aholo,
Keau, and Kauhane to serve on the Committee.
Hon. Mr. Mahoe introduced a resolution that
the sum of $10,00') be appropriated toward buil
ding a Female Seminary at Waialua, Oahu. Re
ferred tp Committee on Education.
Hon. Mr. Kaunamano read for the first time a
Bill to amend Section 1, of an Act approved 30th
July, 1S7S, relating to the sale of awa.
On motion the Bill was read for the second
time, and His Excellency the Attorney-General
stating that he noticed some difficulties in the
Bill, the matter was referred to a Select Com
mittee comprised of His Excel leucy the Attorney
General aud Hons. Kaunamano, Keau, Rice,
Hon. Mr. Pilipo moved the Order of the Day
but before any business was transacted under
that head the" House took a recess until 1.30
The House assembled again ut 1.30 p.m., and
immediately resolved into a Committee of thfi
Whole, Hon. Noble Kapena in the chair, and
proceeded with the consideration of the Tax
His Excellency the Attorney-General presented
a new section, to be numbered 42, and relating
to the form of certificate by x,t'rions making
Section 43. Relating to the sending of written
notices by assessor to owners of real estate,
non-residents of the districts in which property
is situated. Passed.
Section 44. Assessor to send notices of objec
tion to President of Board of Appeals in his
Section 45. Whom to constitute Courts of
The members of the Committee seemed to be
somewhat disposed to change the formation of
Lighthouse. S. Point. Kau, Hawaii..
Repairs of Government builaizitrs . .."
Repairs and furniture AliiolaniHale .....
Police Court, public works, water works,
Tax Assessor, etc. (buildings for)....
Fireproof building for Supreme Court
and other records....M.-M.-.
This item caused some littlo delat.
the Boards from that presented in the section
imt alter various amendments, the fallacy ol
each of which was ahown them by Hi Excel
lency the Attorney-General, they gav np the
attempt, und passed it as printed.
Section 4C. Sitting of Appeal Courts to be
held in October. Passed.
Section 47. Relating to the presiding officers
of Appeal Courts and meetings not to bi deemed
Section 4. Relating to powers and authority
of Appeal Courts. Passed.
Section 4'.. R.ljiting to number proseut to
constitute a conr; . Passed.
Section "50. Decision of courts to b final.
Section 51. Relating to the pay of members of
Appeal Courts. Passed.
Section 52. Relating to duties of assessor in
altering or amending taxation lists, and the
forwarding of official copies of same. Passed.
Section 53. Relating to the return and divisiou
of costs on cases of appeal whols or partly sus
After the passage of the above Section 53, the
Committee rose and repot tad rogress, and at 3
p.m. the Assembly adjourned uuul 10 a.m. this
4TII OF JULY ! 1
AND DOHT YOU FORGET IT
A LOT OF EXTRA QfALITY
MY ZEALAND OATS
And secure what you want
UNION FEED CO.
AFIME DISPLAY !
JII. LVXCII. lSootnud Shoemaker. Klstg
strerl, ha jukt received
13 o ji n t: i ln 1 L i no
Gentlemen's and Youths'
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Which hare been carefully selected from the
Jj" Now is ti e time to select from s Fine Assortment of
Uuois aod Shoes. PK1CK3 RKASON ABLK. mar26 tin
to iiini.wsjLtmiis, etc
JAMES Ill'X.N, MfcllCII A XT. GLASGOW,
L'nilcrtakfS the purchase and shlpoieat of all kiods of Brit
lull and Continental Goods, and will be (lad to receive Orders
at rates either iree oo buard at shipping; port io Kumpe, or
delivered ex ship (hut with duty lor buyer's account) at
Honolulu. Such Orders may be accompanied hy remittances,
payable in London or Sao Francisco i or be will draw at 00
days sight agaiost confirmed credits from Honolulu Bankers
or otherwise, to suit the convenience of buyers.
MESSRS. WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Honolulu.
HON J.8. WAI.KKR, Honolulu.
THE AURA BANK, (Limited), London.
fc2? A very large assortment of fine white em
embroideries at figures never offered before, at
CHS. tl . risnKIJJ POPPLAB STORK.
BROGLIE, SPEAR & CO.,
Manufacturing and Importing Jewelers ! !
75 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
WBG LBIVKTU l.tFORM THE PUBLIC GINBR1LLV THAT TIIKIR KTOCK OF
COLD AND SILVER SETTS.
PINS, RINCS. EAR RINGS,
VEST CHAINS. NECKLACES. SCARF PIN3.
- SCARF RINCS. SLEEVE BUTTONS.
Silver Filagree Jewelry,
Tasmanian Shell Necklaces in all shades of Color,
Silver Plated Ware. American Clocks.
WK WOULD ALSO STATE THAT WR MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF
Gold, Kiiakui, Shell and otHcr Jewelry I
Watches Repaired toy Competent Workmen.
DIAMONDS SET IN THE LATEST STYLES.
A Speciality Made in Engraving of all kinds
MONOGRAMS, MODELS, LOCKETS &c
ATTRXtW FROM THK OTHER ,8NWS WILL RECEIVE OUR PROM FT
Every Article Guaranteed as represented, or Money Refunded
75 FORT STftBET,
D"261rT Oy-.n. Diiii.th.w fc c.
ARRIVAL OF 11 AMJER HEAD."
$36,000. -m&teD- $3,000.
BV THE A It It I V L OF THK ABOVE STEAMER. I HAVE RECEIVED
tr FROM NEW VOKK.Ss.N FRANCISCO.
AND FROM LONDON VIA PANAMA
COMPRISING IN PART: a
E I MT DRSSS G O O B e t
FLX'SUU. SII.KM. VKLVKTM. TRIMMINGS.
Hi;I.K. III.-a n fa s uv . ...
- as mil csler(
ORNAMENTS. CORDS. Lirrs srs,..
The.boTe LIST OP GOODS CAME WITH and WKRK 8ELKCTKD BT Ml.. SAC I As. rR,0i
M ELLIS, who purchased tbem especially " ' M r, A. M'V
TO MEET THE 11EQU1JIE VENTS OF THE
LADIES OF THESE ISLANDS
ALSO, FROM THE
C3lol,-vtocl International Clotliing Com
. HAVK RBCEIVED PKK AN.IEU HEAD," r.,.. f
OKXTsS, YOUTHS, AxI HOYS' CLOTlIINr !
These Ooods are FIBHT CLASS, AT BOTTHM PRICPU .
TO MF.KT TUB ItEQ. U1REMENTS OF TBSr2bV? 'iStU. ,
'IMIK UNDERSIGNED ALSO TAKES P LlTa HI KVTT'
I that he HAS AUUEO ASOTHER DPARTMMT&j Ik I'UBLIC
uuuwi miyycao, waiters, AnKie-ties, Etc. Etc
For Ladies, Gentlemen. Girin. Ynr.sl .
THESE FINK SANDALS .r . NEW BRAND n.d VERV miimTT SI!
CT La DIES SHOULD TRY THEM 4Jf COMRTAIILK
All the above XEW GOODS are
much pleasure in
A. Ma IVIELLI.
Grand Re-opening !
m: ton Vovt Street.
Ladies Attention Solicited
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S
All tie Latest Styles cf SPUING HATS !
A Line cf Elegant I BENCH FL0WEBS
Of most xqalalt tauiy.
A Beautiful Awortment of DBESS SILKS,
Ribbons, rws. Rnebincs. Uc, tlt; Toresd IIom s4
B, faahioablt Dotmaos. l isters sod Beady Msds als.
so, tbs Trn
Children's Department for CLOTHING-
Which stlfcttoo U oni.a sod stylish. A snost supe
rior Una of Imported
Hats and Bonnets, Morning Shawls, Veils.
fsrasols. Dress PhleUls.
Bilk sod Ilrm-slUchKl IUndssrclilefs,
Buttons, sll to full supply.
DON'T DELAY YOUR VISIT !
AU my prices srs ressooabU sod carefully coosldereJ
Usuit lbs limes.
UJ friend, oa lb. Tarloos"uiTnd. .ill tru-t tl.rlr Ojd
say care, U of which will b attended to carefully sou
I03 Fort Btreet, Honolulu.
1T FORT ST.. IIONOL.UMJ.
rittiag. Shaping, Tsrulnp,
Bind an. Scroti Saw log,
Dssrs, Sitb, Blinds,
Dasr aid Tladaw Frsuifs,
BrsrkrU, BallsMfrs, Stairs, tit.,
MHr ! Ordrr
MOULDINGS Ac FINISH
ALWAYS ON I1ANU.
Cr A 11 orders filled on suort notice and Jobbing prompt ly
Mouldings maJs to soy palters without extra charge tit
PBICE OF MACHINE WORK, $1.00 TO
S1.50 PEB HOUB.
fy Orders from the other Islands promptly filled. flsn s
and specifications furnished to ordrr.
C. J. IIAKDKK.
II. F. BERTELMANN.
IIIAVR RECRIVKD AND NOW OFFER
fur sale, bundles HOOP IRON of the following alsesi 21,
2x1-10, lixl-lt. A Iso, on bend and fr sale.
Eastern Shooki, llolasses Barrels, all sizes;
Sugar Kegs, Ac., Made to Order.
J. II. II RUNS,
Goods is Complete.
IN FART OF
ZiUm, at atttntlv r, ,
thowina Goods "entive Clerk "HI hav(
TREKT. BKKWER.3 BLOCK.