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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 24. 1882.
jtismrnts. atraitan gcgislatntc
EH. J. ROSS
EV I10LC0T TELLING S TIUTH!
H0LL1STER & GO.,
A-.' YEARS AGO. WHEN I W A A
apt.reniire iu '47 and -, e. si.1 p ' u-eu to E coon
hum ni: dowa on Ih S-uh Ersr.cc f the Kar.tsn River, ne
lu:ii Hiili, - Jer7. .-o one n:jV. e tnA' 1 r. r.M
Co..n t- a lr iTCim'K or ltatfnw d ir-f-. we I nnl
arfcere the old Cooo srer.t in. The hole v: .s s 'ui t bun-
drel and seventy feet from rKjr.d. Huld on K m-. rn-
doC you tae off a lesr iorhes ol tbat." o. i a n i inn i
can unless that Carriare Mak-r thai established al.s'ria;r
Shoo in tifhteen Hundred and fe x!v-6ve in Honolulu, if
ba comes down four or fl years. I then wi;l drop (.cm fo-ir
to fiva fret. At axy rate the ho e was o k..gb that non cf a
boys cod Id get to it. We calied on the oo of the tree and
be would not allow the tree to be cut. ve r.eara me siory,
and our blood was stirrei. 80 we mustereJ a party cf about
C.'ieeo of the best of L"4 boys and went for the ol 1 Cocn. W e
were bound to have him anyhow. None of as b jys could
eiltnb np to the hole, so we werepou'ed what to d-j, Easily we
raze 1 oat the hole where the old Coon wai. so hifb up in th
reat tree, and we not Laving the jrrinnicg capacity of tb re
nowned David Crockett or the musical powers to cnarm. t7
resovted to strategy. Yes. as Artemns war J wou.d say,
strategy my hoys. Three hoys were dispatched tor a lartie
bottle of petrol-um oil. Hold on l.okt. we h id no p'troleum
tlifm dan." I mean they went fur a large bottle of Turpen
tine, and live boys went for the largest poles to attach tugetbet
to rea-h the bole. Thebitlieor turpentine was Ducg to tne
etdoftt.e pole, and then raised np to the bole, and thrut
partly Into it, we Into took a shot gun and shot the bottle to
piece, the contents ran down into the tree, bat no Coon ap
peared, are lLn attached a lighted torch and raised it to the
Then came a bust or thundering soun 1,
That Coon, Oh. where was he ?
Ask of the flames that leaped arour.d
That hole, in the old Bultonwood tree.
He cntne tearing but with a bound.
At one awful leap, he reached the ground.
And foand himself in KOSh'd rillul", where
Wc lYIay G-o and Sec
Those iice Cnrringes
THE BEAVER SALOON.
NO. 7 FORT STREET.
(Ophite Wilder Co's.f
II. J. XOLTE, l?ropr.,
CMS I BUK 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M.
FIKvr-fLlNS l.t.1!F.S, 1K1, 10ITF.E,
MI I FATUi, M.NGF.K ALE, .f.
Oii2fivi:s a nd Tobaccos
OF IStiT BUAXW.
Plain aj.d Fancy 11 PES Personally delected from the Man
lecturer. and a Lare Variety of BESI Ql'ALII i
Lovers of BILLIARDS will Had an Elegant
BRUNSWICK & CO, BILLIARD TABLE
The t'reprletor would be pleased to receive a call from
Fr.en ls and the Public Generally, who may desira
a SMOKKcragamecf BILLIARDS.
K A IlLEJ VS IO PROIU CE J
W HICH. FOR ITS
Delicacy of Flavor,
TI1V IT AMI YOl WILL ISE 0JTHEH
75 cts. a Doxci.
irr Wc IXVITK i-
tin IitP 111 to..
Wc will cheerfully sluw
:mcl explain Hie proems
of manufacture of oi.
HOLLISTER & CO.
WHOLES l LF. AM) RETAIL DRI'CCISTS,
TOClfCOMSTS, yU MlMFACTrE
F.SS OF AFJUTF.I WATERS,
u rivi: STKKKT. IIOXOI.l'Ll', IU.
,T. 1I01J1J Ss CO.
Xr t.rm their friend, sod the genera! public that tt
Npav Furniture VYareroois
West & Page,
Manufacturing Carriage $"
O O future time
Shops on Queen Street, adjoining
H. Hackfeld & Co..
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS
Cant and Dump Carts.
ALSO. ATTEND TO
We Are Turning Oat All Kinds of
TOP PHEATONS, BUGGIES,
Everything that Runs on Wheels
ALL. KINDS OF
J I TIUT a TT TPVTTITV 1 O O
riokea, itubi. Felloes ami Kent Kims. Cariclooii AVest,
IRON and COAL Importer Dealer
Ail Orders Fill'-J with Promplnest and Dispatch.
WKST AM) I'AUE
liavin; a large Lit of (;nal on hnnd. I am louti I to get
rid of, at the LOW K.-T SPOT PKICKS. Al-o,
IV ALL KINDS OF
ALL KINDS OF I ROX
Having a Large Lot on the way.
All Kinds of BLACKSMITHING
DONK AT SHORT .NOTICE.
Artesian Well Worlz Cortland Wagon Co,
Bar Iron, of all sizes,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE
la now stocked w
NO. 74 KIMj snu.M,
b a Lareand Fine Assortment 01 r
CHUMHTLV ATTENDED TO.
Il fct. everythirg Ihst is made of Iron, Wood W..ric, 1't.int-
ln;, Trimam, risin g. lso,
Ai i. k:iNn; of harnf;; !
Saddles. Hridles, Collars, llami.
I HAVE A CHOICE LOT OF
EalUh and American Saddle, Curry Combs, Whips,
3 fact, one thousand Articles worlb mentioning.
I HAVE FOR SALE XOTS OF
Blue lock and Carrier Pigeons,
Nice Berkshire Pigs,
Brown nd White Leghorn Eggs, Three
Dollars for 13 good, healthy Fowls,
I also have on hnd a Urge lot of
Imported tjr aii mt areat exene from tlie Uelitware River,
which I keep to (il VK AWAV. Parli-s liavinir l.ar.-e Pond
wno vtih to stora tneui wiin nsn. mr; win no wen m
brackish or fresh water. Anyone i-lnnif tl.ese fiih will
please aeml direct to me, an I they will be supplied.
Shops on Ki'Jg street, o. 75. 77, 0, Si and S3'
OF XEW YORK.
snri" LOlGF.S TABLES.
CHIFFON I KBS,
All of which
k ...1.1 nir.id.urT low pric t.asB
N. E- All Kinds of FISH NETS constant
ly on hand and For Sale Cheap.
TO THE PUBLIC
AT A TTRESSK
.-. ,tafac,ore to Order a kmd, nf Mmttress-s
,i..oa Mn.M haveioon nan.i
C 'r'M -.. re .nJ .r.. Pillow
Celebrated Xon Plus tta
Cosy, Comf.tbl,, Cheap .n.1 Convenient.
Window Cornices made to Order I
Slan? laid and tken up.
J IIOPP . CO ,
No. 7 M
Mr(rJ Fs-re of lsitr.)
Ex. Am. S. S. "City of New Yc'
and Am BU. "D. C. Murray;
AnJ Conist.n: of a L.r4e Awor-imnt of
PRINTS &. DRESS -0Q
IT E IIH.VE RECENTLV OPENED THE
S premises at So. 1 8 Nuuauu street, IntenditiK to carry
on business as
PLUMBERS, GAS FITTERS
Our Ions; experience a MECII ANICS warrant us iu sav-
ing iht our new venture will meet a want long felt in this
AU Orders we may be Favored With,
- WILL be
Attended to nnder onr own Personal
Ami executed in a thorough, c mpelent and woritmsniika
banner, on the most approved Sanitary Principles.
BY STRICT APPLICATION to BUSINESS
WE TRl'Sr TC MERIT A
SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE !
And we shall at all times endeavor to give our Patrons
the utmost satisfaction, both in perfection ot
Work and Moderate Charg-s.
tll!sOiISlXlp (TOO worn.
BATHS, WATER CLOSETS, WASH BOWLS, Etr.,
ALWAYS OX HAND.
to the filling up of the PKIN'il
Three of the Above
FIEE PROOF SAFES
IBsivc witliin tlic last
15 months successfully
Attempts of Burglars
WxrisEsDAr, June 11, 1SS2.
House met at 10 a.m. Trayer aud reading ot
Hon. Mr. Keau, under suspension of the
rules, presented a petition from residents of
Honolulu, praying that persons owning fire or
more horses be compelled to stable them outside
the city limits. Referred to the Sanitary Com
Hon. Mr. Aholo read for the first time a Bill
relating to the remission" of costa to contract
laborers in suits brought under Sections 1419-20
Civil Code. Read second time by title, and re
ferred to Judiciary Committee.
No reports from Standing or Select Commit
tees, nor any resolutions to be presented.
At 10.30, on motion, the Assembly resolred
into a Committee of the Whole, and proceeded
with the consideration of items in the Appro
The first two items taken up: Completing
and furnishing new Palace, $30,000; Palace
Stables 15,000, were, after considerable discus
sion being indulged in, on motiou of His Excel
lency the Premier, recommended to be referred
to a special committee.
The item -elating to "Encouragement of Im
migration for Ke-population as per Loan Bill,
was deferred for consideration to a
The next two items: Xuuauu Pali
Pvoad, S45.000; Marine Railway for Honolulu,
$o0,000 were passed as printed. The Committee
took a recess at 12:15 until 1:30 p. m.
On the re-assembling of the Committee, the
consideration of the items in the Appropriation
Bill was continued.
The item relating to "Artesian Well Boring,"
$23,000, was recommended to be referred to a
Hon. Mr. Kaunamano moved to insert a new
item in the bill "Railroad at Hamakua," $200,
000. Not approved.
" Pipe for Makiki Well, $3,000," was passed.
Hon. Nuble Kuiheiani moved that an item of
$3,000, for a railroad at Wailuku, be inserted in
the bill. Not approved.
Hon. Mr. Keau moved that an item of "400,
000 for a railroad around the Island of Oahn," be
inserted. Not approved.
The next item in the bill, relating to " Pur
chase of lot, Aliiolani Hale," was increased from
$1,000 to SI ,500, and passed.
His Excellency the Minister of the Iuterior
moved to insert a new item, " Rent of lot, Aliio
lani Hale, $200." Approved.
"Rent of Aienui, fcz.-iOO, was the next regu
lar item, and passed as printed, as also the two
succeeding items, viz., " Expenses filing certifi
cate of boundaries, 200," and "Expenses of
The item related to " Care of forests, nur
series, improvements of lauds and public
His Excellency the Premier, in support of the
item, said that the matter was considered by
the former Ministry, and inserted by that Minis
try in the bill, the present Ministry have some
what agreed with their views. All enlightened
and progressive countries have institutions for
the collection and care of valuable plants, trees,
etc. Believed it would be desirable to introduce
valuable plants and promote their cult ire here.
In Washington, tho capital of America, he had
seen in the Government Nursery there all the
plants and fruits of Hawaii. His Excellency spoke
strongly in favor of the benefits that would accrue
from the introduction and cultivation of Chiu
cona in the Kingdom. Iu closing he stated that
the item did not originate with the present Min
istry, but he was satisfied that the results would
be both important and profitable if the money
for the purposes indicated was expended iu a
Hon. Mr. Aholo believed that there would be
a good result if the money were judiciously ex
pended, but the item having originated with the
late Ministry, he thought it would be better it
should follow them, and would vote in favor of
Hon. Mr. Bishop st ited that he might have
voted for it, but as long as it was recommended
by the late " wicked " Ministers he would vote
Hon. Mr. Cleghorn said that it made no differ
ence to him who recommended the item; he per
sonally considered it was a step in the right di
rection and he fully agreed with His Excellency
the Premier in all that he had said ou the sub
jeetvJr rirrdlo lb opport mil ry to plant, iiB
drew the attention of the Committee to the lot of
land lately set apart by the Government for a
nursery, and stated that Mr. Jaeger, who lived
near, had offered to superintend the planting of
valuable productions free of charge. Thomas'
Square could also be used for plautin trees and
choice specimens of flowers and shrubs, and un
less the Government was allowed to beautify and
improve those places they might as well be 6old
again. He also referred to squares in Hilo,
Lahaina, and other places which ought to be
beautified, but had hitherto lain waste. The
improvements could not be carried on without
money and he was in favor of the koin.
On the passage of the item being put to vote
it was lost, but the indications were favorable to
its passage on the next reading of the bill.
The last item acted on by the Committee,
"Road Tax to be expended in Districts where
collected, $86,000," was passed as printed,
Hon. Mr. Pilipo presented a new item "En
couragement of Agriculture, $3,000," but during
the discussion the Committee rose and reported
progress to the House. - Report accepted aud the
following Committees were appointed to consid
er items referred. On the items relating to
"Completion iu w Palace" and "Palace Stables,"
His Excellency the Premier, Hons. Bishop,
Richardson, Kaunamano and Rice. On "Arte
sian AVell Boring," Hons. Brown, Pilipo, Wide
inann, Nakookoo and Nakaleka.
At 3:30 p.m. the house adjourned until 10
o'clock this day.
. . d ...... Iwns. Poplins
"""" 'H B7o.-a.Ie.. Mocrea. V.ncy !
II -se. Hamlk-fcie'- Shaw.s.
go-l Cotl o. Towels, b!
Special Attention eiven
FIKLD OAs M AC11INK?.
plumbers, Qas Fitters aod Coppersmiths.
Opposite F. T. Lenehan A Co.. No. IS N unarm St. marl 3m
Vet to have
Rcai'listaYc For Sale. BUEGLAH PHOOF
VMtMr,! Br n Cotton.
Canton fUnnrfi. C.ttonaJe
i gUCU A3 i
Coat-.- and Pants of Cassi
diagonal, Cottonade, Duc
i- &C &C CC., C.
S-:,.Vnder Shirts. Dr
XT For 2ale at Low Rt by
H. HACKFELD &
Pleasant and Roomy
2Tor Snlo I
lb Vrd. tisr.len and Outhouse, in a d. .irkble lo-ition ami
a short walking distance from the pst office. It contains a
Large Parlor. Di'.mg Koom. J or 4 li-droons, i raiitrirs.
K iirnen with Brick t himm jr and has Verandahs at the front
and bac. aio Servant' House, B.th llouw. Carriage Sti-d.
H-bles i't two Horses. Wood .-hed, etc. I'ltlCK L'V AND
IK)ls A Urjre portion of t!ie purchase nvney may
remain oo mortgage on ih premies. Title er'ecl and war
IT I'UK S ILK a Smaller Cottage, adjoining the
tUTf, sailkble for a Small Kain ly, and s'.iii u:j.ler lta-c
15.ua rtf UtlJ'J STANii E W A LI, M. D.
Having tested the Efficiency of
l'ATEXT WillE K0FEI17..
. 3. IialiiJie
ie Exclusive Right of said Patent
OLD SAFES TAKEN IN
For Briees, Cuts, Etc.,
GENERAL AGENT. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Thursday, June 22, 1SS2.
House assembled at the usual hour, aud after
prayer and reading of the minutes of previous
meeting, proceeded with the regular business.
Under suspension of the rules Hon. Mr. Gar
dner presented a petition from residents of Ha
na nravina that O'ona, and woods suitable for
canoes, growing on Government lands, be free
to the natives of the Kingdom. Referred to the
Hon. Mr. Gardner also presented, from the
district of Hana, a petition praying that private
schools in which the Eug'ish language is taught
be tiiken under the patronage of the Government
and that parents having a large number of chil
dren be allowed to send their children free of
. l. t!i.'o
expense to sueu ninuuia.
No renorts from Standing or Select Com
Hon Mr. Cletihorn from tne committee on
Finance, desired the President of the Assembly
s lined the intention of the bill was to facilitate
th collection f t.ixes from those 4 wanderintr
tramps " who migrate from one plantation to
another during th tax time, but the present bill
places a heavy burden ou employers of labor
and the Ministry could not (support it.
Hon. Mr. Kaui, the introducer of the bill
said tL it a grat ut-al t f money was lost every
year by tk'Vfrci:ir:;t in the non-collection of
taxes from Ialorers on j laiuaiions, especially
Chine-?, aud in support ot his tate:utnt desired
His Excellency Gierr..-r kano.i of Kauai, to in
form the Conitui'.:- . if th' amount of -uncollected
t.ixes in tii.-.t i-Isn-l 1:11114 th- pat year.
His Exc-1!' lu-y G.-veraor Kauoa, in com
pliance with the iv j'.'.i i informed the Committee
that on the island of Kuuai alone there waa yet
uncollecttd and deemed lost, as taxes, the sum
of $S;.90, due from Chinese who could not b
Hon. Mr. Kauhane and Hon. J. Mott Smith
spoke against the bill as at present framed, aud
Hon. Mr. Kaunamano and P. P. Kanoa in favor.
During the discussion the Committee rose at
12 m. and took a recess until 1.30 p.m.
The Committee sat again at 1:30 p.m., and the
discussion on the bill introduced by Hon. Mr.
Kauai was continued. Finally, the Committee
without taking any definite action on the bill,
passed to the reading and consideration of th
next Section in the Tax Bill.
Section 5$. Relating to power of Tax Collector
to levy upon the goods and chattels cf people
who neglect or refuse to pay taxes. Also if per
sons have no property and be able-bodied, to be
imprisoned at hard labor. Passed.
Section 50. Collector to keep goods seized until
eiay of sale. Sale to be by public auction.
Amount of taxes to be first deducted from
amount of sales, overplus to be paid to owner of
Section CO. Relating to power of Tax Col
lector when resisted or impeded in his duties.
Punishment of peace officers refusing to assist.
Section 61. Relating to penalties to Tax Col
lectors who fail to pay over monies collected by
them before the last day iu December of each
Section 02. Governors to hold Tax Collectors
responsible for full amounts specified in tax lists,
unless sworn lists of unpaid taxes are filed.
Governors authorized to deduct amounts sworn
to, as not collected. Passed.
Section 03. Relating to the pay of Tax Asses
sors and Collectors who shall have
performed their duties. Passed.
Section G4. Relating to power of Governors to
appoint persons to finish uncompleted collec
Section 60. Relating to the forwarding of Tax
Collectors books and papers in case of death or
removal from ofiice. Passed.
Section CG. Duties of Tax Collectors regarding
school taxes collected. Powers of School Trea
surers to allow deductions. Pay of Tax Collector
for collection of school taxes. Passed.
Atj p. m. the Committee rose and Hon. Mr.
Pilipo reported to the House the action taken on
the sections of the Tax Bill under consideration
and the report was accepted.
Hon Mr. Kauai moved to refer the bill intro
duced by him relating to the collection of taxes
by the employers of labor, to a new special com
mittee. The motion being carried, President
Rhodes appointed Hons. Kauai, Aholo, Pilipo
and Keau, and His Excellency the Attorney-General
as said committee.
A motion that the House adjourn was put
Hon. Mr. Keau, member from Honolulu, un
der suspension of the rules, introduced a reso
lution that, as certain articles, insulting to mem
bers of the Assembl3-aiul derogatory to the digni
ty of the House had been published in the Kuo
koa and Gazette newspapers, be it resolved that
the Sergeaut-at-Arms be instructed to expel the
reporters of those papers, and that the papers
mentioned be no longer permitted to be distrib
uted to members of the Assembly, also that no
more Government printing be sent to the Gazette
establishment nor official advertisements be al
lowed to be published in that paper.
Hon. Mr. Aholo thought it was beneath the
dignity of the Assembly to notice the items re
ferred to and judgeel that it was the better plan
when a man went along the street and a little
dog came out and barked at him, to keep 011 and
not take any notice of the dog. He moved the
His Excellency the Minister of Foreign Affairs
secondeel the motion of Hon. Mr. Aholo, not so
much because he did not consider that the Hon.
Member for Honolulu had good cause to fee.1 in
sulieil atThe derogatory items," an," that lie con
sidered it beneath the dignity of the Assembly
to notice the insinuating innuendoes which had
caused the resolution. From his experience in
viewing the sittings in the American Congress
ami the Legislatures of diifercut American States
he was satisfied that tho Hawaiian Legislature,
as a body, displayed a dignity, order and decor
um which would impress visiting strangers in a
most favorable manner. He favored the motion
to indefinitely postpone. .
Hon. Mr. Keau quoted from Article 52 of the
Constitution and drew attention to that portion
relating to the publishing of false reports of the
proceedings of the Assembly, or insulting com
ments upon the same, that the Assembly had
the authority to punish those who made them.
He thought that the representatives of the press
had many privileges in the House and judged
this to be a poor return. He stated that the
Gazelle reporter hud misrepresented him in the
argument in the House, on the Insane Asylum,'
and for that, and other insultiug remarks about
the Assembly iu general, ho should be punished.
He thought it strange that a foreigner, who was
no more than an adventurer, and had been in
the Kingdom but a short time, should be allowed
to make insulting comments upon the actions of
the Legislative Assembly.
Hon. J. Mott Smith spoke in favor of inde
His Excellency the Minister of the Interior
moved the previous question, which being car
ried, a motiou was made, and carried that the
A3es and Nays be taken on the question of the
indefinite postponement. Carried, and the result
was the indefinite postponement o f the resolu
tion, 22 ayes 8 noes; 19 members being absent
or not voting.
The House adjourned at 4 p.m. until the usual
JL. W. BXJST-T, Mniid-ei'
A BP! flRIHI liflEW
t'f :i ki:;:U J..-p: 1 . ;iiauilr In slock asd I at a ' - .v r- iin'ar ris.
OCR MANAGER VISITS SAN r K A X V I MO It Al I I. A It I. V IIIK TIIK IM Kl'OSK OK
buriaa us OJr m; jj.ies, and as ws bur in Lsrjer i.iaonties lltati may otl.er dealer.
PAY CAS EC ,
AND AT TIIK SAME TIME sECl'RK
Freights at BOTTOM Kates,
We art prepared to Supply onr Fr!erd and Patrons at prices that wl:l
WK II AVE NOW OX HAND THE LARGEST STOCK OT
FOR ILL KIXDS OF STOCK, THAT C1X BE FOlXD 1WUIU.KK. IN THE (11 1, 1D IRE TRK
PARF.D TO FlBMSn OrR FRIFJVDS OX TIIK OTIIIU IM.IXHS WITH
CARGO LOTS if Rociuired.
WESELL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,-
and respectfully solicit orders from the S.M A I.I.ER IIK.t I.KKS u vliom we are re pared
to make special rates for any purchase of over
FIVE TONS OF HAY OR GRAIN.
By prompt attention to the wants of our numerous customers we hope for A continuance of die patronage so liberolly titoJ
upon us la the pan, and it will be our rniK-avor to ktvp on hand at all tluus
FEED OF THE BEST (IUAL1TY.
faithfmiy Careful Attention Given to the Shipping of Orders to other Islands.
AND PROMPT DEALING GUARANTEED.
OCR MANAGER wilt visit San Francisco by ths next steamer to purchase fresh supplies for our already eslensirs
and will be happy to execute any orders for goods that may be required by our patron.
All Orders to be sent to
MANAGER OF UXIOX FEED CO.
Barfc Edward May
Due in all May, a Bmall Lot 0f the Celebrated
PILSEIMER BEER ! -run-
Which we Offer, to Arrive," la Quantities
to Suit Purchasers. Also, W I' Il ) II t V?
WINES & LIQUoKS JldlCB'mll
w n rTTn x ci Advertisement
wasw 1 1
m2w7-lm ED. IIOFFSCIILAEGF.R k CO.
THE ROYAL ST. JOHN !
Only Ulacliinc U:iIe
RUNS EITHER FORWARD or BACKWARD,
And continues to sew in the same direction.
NEW MUSIC STORE !
IOT FORT STREKT.
linnr s"l-ikj mAvtiiiinr
Referred to Committee
J. JM- Oat, Jr.. & Co.
Would take this method oi informing the
Inhabitants of Honolulu and the other
Islands, that they have opened a
to appoint another chairman for that Committee, QUflrtnoru J?i Mm.O Dannt
the illniss of the present Chairman, Hon. Mr. 0131101161 06 INeWS UeDOl
Nawahv, preventing him from being present at Ia .. Qwtu Hoc No M MercUant gtree
aO.. ......I .a.- wa!..
T J.t tn rIltll'aTk11ol1 1 hae purchased from Mr. A
WILT IU lirtft,iit,ifrh
! FOE Til E
TWTK.. xr M v W1I si xv si i 1 :t 11 1 I si n s
HA BEEN APPOINT. AT.fcNT AT i And herrby r.ie notice that I am prepared
MAHUKONA and ICO H A to Furnish Material or Contract to erect
111 R for the I Lines of any desired Length or
S, F. k UOXOLILU
parties interested in the transportation of Sugar Cane
Uar, Fuel nr Merchandise, especially over broken ana uiru-
tt ir.UTS STOREliI eround. are inTited to inspect the line worair.K upon my
view at the
y the und-rsipned
Orrils un. " w - botat.on at Keaha. or the profile of the same on
a aVm. Afilki ... VI 41 Irwin Jb aPi J l nr f il lllll
tT JjaZSage lauueu ii" Vrrm.imn srlllbeeheerlully
A -n.i;TAi-r1 sinar Address -by MR. J. M. THOUf SON. care Mesrrio a: Co., who
and Delivered aS per AQareSS . -Il Uit localities svhere line, may be desiriTan 1 make pro-
t r 0 UHNni III II TRSNSFTR C0;fl:es and estimates for the same.
o. r. a iiuiiwa.ws.w . ,....w. .. ,
R ILE CHEAP
dlw md tf
Ki.nuire t the Otlice cf
IKV llt. RltORU'S I'Kti.M'H K
tSfJlt.iTIVE I'l LLa. A specific tor e&nausteu
vitality, impotence, physical debility, wasted forces, etc. Ap
proved by the Acadtniy of Medicine of Paris and by the medi
cal celebrities of the world. Agents for California and the
Pacific States, J. G. STEELE & CO., 635 Market Street
(Palace Hote ) San Francisco, Cal. ' Pent by mail or espresa
sealed from observation. Bex or fifty, $1 60; or 100, $2 76;
of 200, $5; of 400, $3. SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
the meetings of the Committee
President Rhodes acceded to the request and
appointed Hon. Mr. "Widemann to the position.
lion. Mr. Kauai gave notice of intention to
introduce' a till to amend Sections 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
and 8 of Chapter IX of the Penal Code, by the
insertion of the -words "hard labor."
Hon. Mr. Kalua read for the first time a bill
relating to the providing of a permanent settle
ment for Mrs. P. Nahalelua. Read second time
by title and referred to committee having similar
petitions under consiaeraiion.
On motion of Hon. Mr. Cleghorn the Order of
the Dav was proceeded with, and the Asseinbly
resolved into Committee of the Whole, Hon. Mr.
Pilipo in the Chair and proceeded to discuss
the Tax Bill with the following result:
Section 54. Relating to the several Governors
to superintend- the collection of taxes. Alno
power to appoint and remove Tax Collectors.
Section 55. Tax Collectors to file bonds before
entering upon the discharge of their duties.
Section 5G. Otivernors to supply Tax Col
lectors with tax hits. Passed.
Section 57. Tax Collector to give public notice
bv advertisement, notifying tax-payers of place
aiid time for payment of taxes, not later than
the loth day of DtAiubtr. Passed.
Hon. Mr. Kauai allied that the bill introduced
by him relating to the collection of taxes from
employers of labort be taken from the table
and discussed. '
His Excellency the Attorney-General, after
reading the bill said Jhat the provisions of the
bill made one person responsible for the debts
of another. If any employer had a man in his
employ on the first day of July when he made
out his list for the Assessor, and the man should
happen to die, the employer would still be re
sponsible for the taxes. If a man deserts, the
employer would hare to pay the taxes. He pre-
whtre they are prepared to furnish
INKS, quarts, pints, half-pints and cones,
M L'C I ti A G K, quarts, pints, half-pints and cones,
LETTER AND NOTE PAPER,
FOOLSCAP, LEGAL. CAP,
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Orders taken for any PerMcal or News
paper that nay lie Desired.
Prompt attention will be given to the Mailing
subscribers on any ot ths other isianas.
Orders flr Ked Rubber Stamps received and Promptly Filled
apl 3 to doc vr
?sagxx:ai. ua:5:sss7. i
CARRIAGE MAKER !
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT
Opened a Shop qn Fort street,
Above Hotel (in the Old Government Bulidicgs), whero
he is prepared to Build
LATEST and BEST DESIGNS !
First-Class Mechanics Employed
And Nothing 33ut
Carefully Selected Materials Used
jy Particular and Prompt Attention
given to AU Kinds of Repairing.
ORDERS FROM 11 OTHER ISLANDS
WILL BE FAITHFULLY
ATTENDED TO. marl8 0m
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
ClHARLES A. BAILEY AND ALBERT
' UaR.N tS cosprUe the firm of C A. Bailey s ;o , do
ing bnsiues as Cune Planters at Wailuku, Islaud of Maui.
Wailuku, Maul, May 1, 182. julO 4:
JAS. G. HAYSELDEN,
MOOMTLTI, II. I.
A N 1)
Detail Drawings !
Made on applicsti .11 slid at nh'.ri tioiioe.
Estimates Given on all Work
Conflicted ltli (he
Buildi xi j "2? x n. d Cs
VJ'ficiher ii ! in
IRON STONE. BRICK. CONCRETE.
BRIDGE OR WOOD WORK.
Will visit any part ,( ll, mti.-r lniHnd to KfcTIM ATE
and lilt A V 1 1. aSm f.,r pr.jiu.cil
Mi II Works, Bridges or Residences
M'lthficifivni of OH Buililimjn a ?rciutity.
First Class Work Guaranteed
ci 1 Alia 1 :s v o 1 Mil atic
AUI)IU:M, J AS. tt. IIA1KKLDE.V,
Csreof Architect A Bulldirf.
8. U. Wilder V Co , Honolulu, 1. u20 Jy
Switches, Curls, Scams, Coquets, Waves,
Wigs, etc , etc
MRS. IJL'RGKHS Uf-eps on build lr hub-, a very select Block
of Invisible and o'her Hair pins. Invisible Hair Nets,
Crimping Pins' Pinching Irons, Coronets. Lsdl-s l ine
Itlack Combs, Iiressing and I- Ine Combs, Child,
ren's Celluloid and It 11 1 her Round Combs,
Hair lirualifS, Hair oils, hip g mull's of
Cologn-s, liny Rum and I lori.la
Wt-r, in Face I'owil. rs and
Oammellinf-.'i-te , etc Also
Warrsnted to cleanse the Scalp and Hair front all
U AKS, (OQiriS and 01 IIKIi IlilU WORK t
KedreaseJ and l'id to ird-r. and at hhorl Nolle.
XT Reniembi-r the ad.lr. 2IS Fort Htren.nearlv nnnosltfl
the gort Street ScIi-kjI. TKI.KCilON K NL'MHKR .
82ap2i-tf MKs, II URGES).
Hii FORT STREET.
Importer and lcalor in
BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS
. A LfHJ
Ocnls'' Hoots & Shoe
MADE TO ORDER.
WO CHOfJC & CO.,
Boot & Shoe Manufactures,
No. 41 Nuuanu strict, belwten Hotel and King sis.,
DESIRES TO CALL TIIK ATTENTION
of the Ladies especially and the 1 u' l c f rnrrslly. that
they are no nihkmc fr. m the very (Inert and best of French
Kid and I in port-d fine Leather of all desci iptions,
BUTTON BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS f
For Lsdies, Uirls and Chl'dren. A rfcct fit guaran.
t:'d an I warrxnlt l t i isst three limes as
long a, imMrf.l shoe wear. Also,
MEN S and BOYS' SHOE 3 and GAITERS
MaJ' to oidcr frmii Ihe Het Materials.
XT Onr prices are I.oWLR than are beiti,: paid for lnf
m ported ISouts and Mice,.
mrt2m AVO CHONO k t
Z. S. SPALDINC.