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PACIFIC COMMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JULY 29, 1882.
H. W. SEVERANCE,
311 -:' rn; e I ret I jan Frinnvn
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WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO.,
Shipping & Coninilvion Merchant'
Nat. 4 I ft Calif rata Olrrrl,
W. H. CEOSSMAN & BRO.,
H h I p p 1 ii if uikI CoinmlHstun
IIS Chambers Siren. XEW f ORK .
Kefrrrncr Castle & Cooke aoj J. T. Watert.oue
io. r. corns. mtutT roieu.
GEORGE F. COFFIN & CO.,
SEIIPPI.VG 1XD fOTiniSSI( MEECHIXTS,
No. 13 Pimm Street, Union Block,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GITEN TO
filiing Hawaiian orders, and saiisfaeticn guaranteed
JOHN HARVEY & CO.,
riOM MISSION MERCHANTS n.d WOOL
aWersnce Bank of Montreal.
jalT 81 Cash adtanerseo Consignicen
JOHN FOWLER &
l-f r tl Eaglnad,
I RKI'I R E l TO nKM( f l.axw
Esunate for Ctecl PortaMe Tr m w a with Ar
wunoul car or locomotives, specially adapted for fcufar
Plantations. Permanent Railway, with locomotie and cars.
Traction Kn lines and Road l.ocomoiiTe. Hieant Ploughing
mad Cultivating Machinery. Portable fie.m Engiues for ail
porposea. Winding En nine Itr Ir.chne.
lataJornea, with illustration a. Models
M above Plant and
and Photographs of
be een at the tEces of
W. L. GREEN an I
O. W. M ACfA KI.AXE r CO..
Agent Kr John Fowler & Co.
L. P. FISHER,
a EXCil ANUE. San
AGENT. 21 MERCHANTS'
Francisco. California, ia luthornni
t racei advertisements for h! columns of this paper.
I. P. FISHER'S
Boom go a Da 2 1. Merchant ' Exchange,
' California Stmt. Ban FraiR-l.-tco,
RT.Y. B. Idrertisii Solicited for all News
papers Pi.IUhed tbe Pacific (oast, the Sandwich
Islands, Polynesia, aXeilean Port, Panama, Valpa
raho, Japan, China, Sew Zealand, the Australian
Colonle, the Fastera States and Fnrope. Files of
early eery Newspaper Piblihed on the Patlfle
Coast are kept Constantly on Hand, and all adter
Users are allowed free arress to thrin darins BaI
aess Honrs. The, PACIFIC (OWl FECIAL JDYEU
TISER Is kept on file at the Office or L. P. FISIIFC.
IMoticc to tlic Public.
II Ad OPENED A
Dancing School in Wailuku,
And la prepar-d to rie lessons in Dancing- at
well aa to
Tune and Repair Pinaofortes
F AI L KINtt.
ARB NO W OPKN ON
Every Wednesday & Saturday Evenings
Mr. Macauley i alwaya ready with bia
To attend parties desiring Music. Jyl5 3
DRUGS & MEDICINES
Most Complete Assortment
l THK .
Hawaiian Islands !
A the greater Xrtiu of our yiock
Is Obtained from First Hands,
WK A KB ENABLED Te
Sell at Very- Low Figures.
KEEP 0J.LY THE BEST QUALITY !
.1. AYKK COilIIAV
I.OU KLU M ASS.. a N O THE
Crown I'crfiiinerv Co..
Parlxe, Davis c Co..
Homcepathic Medicine Cc,
WOOIIBCRV, x. J.
AfGlST FIOWEH i GER3U.Y SYKIP.
CELLULOID TRUSSES !
Warranted nono breai ! Rusti
. nun prn
rr; qot IITIT I
ot ntai uui ;
- By a thorough knowledpjr -'
trn tl operation tfnvs. t
careful application ' the natural lawa whicb gor
cooo, y. Eppaaigetion and natrition, and by m
jljf C'tCT0' the tine froperxie of well-seiected
(-, , Jrf naa provided oar breakfut tables wilb. a
TiiaEny-llarored berer?e which may ae ci many heavy
doctor' bill. It ia by the jadieiona une of auch article of
diet that eooatitation may be Rradaally built up aotil
tronf enough to reaiat erery tendency to diaeaae. Ilucdreda
of subtle Biaiadie are floating around o ready to attack
wherever there I weak point. We may escape many a
fatal shaft by keeprn? ourselTe well fortified with pure blood
and properly nourished frame." See article in tbe Civii
Mad simply with boiling water or milk.
Sold ocly la packets, labelled :
JAMES EPFS & CO.,
EPVS"S CHOCOLATE ESSENCE. Jot Afternoon
Beale and Howard Streets,
BAN rRAPCISCO, CALIFORNIA
W. 0. TAYLOR, ... President,
JOS. MOORE, - Superintendent,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
IIl;h Prepare r foraponnd.
tjE VISEU of all kinds, built complete with
lluil of Wood, Iron or Composite.
ORUIN'A RY ENGINES compounded when adriaable.
TC.lM Ltl'NCIIF.S, Barres and Slum Tu cm
strutted with reference to the Trade in whH-h they are to
be employed Speed, tonnaire and draft of water Riitin-
tVfS A R MIL.!- AND M'CAR MAKING
MACHINERY made after tf.e most approved plan
Alao, all B- iler Iroo Work connected therewith.
WITGR HIPE.of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of any siz-
m. te in suitable lengths for connecting toifrtlier. or Sheets
Rotted. Punched, and wk-l t,r Shipment. realy to e
veted on the ground.
HTDRAl'LIC RIV ET INK. Boiler Work and W m.
lDa made by this EataMishment. Riveted by lly
Iraulie Riveting Machinery, that quality of w.rk being
tar superior la band work. .
SHIP WORK. Bhip and S'team Capstans. ?tem Winch
ea. Air and Circulating Pumps, made after the moat ap
PU1 PS. llrert A"'" Pomps, for Irrigation or City Wa
ter Works' purpose, built with the celebrated Uavy Valve
Motion, superior to any other pump d27l tl
A CENTS tor Worthingtan Duplex Steam Pump.
TRADE .J0111M k EYI'OIITEII !
X XX O X3 TJ CE
Markets Renew & General Prices Current !
Panli.hed Monthly, and in Enetish. lodsuenatle
fnf Purehaser nf Continental (i'jods; gives Whole
sale Price, arvl lisconnts alltwed, rf
Wine Brandies, Preserved Provi-tin. Fancy fjooil..
Millinery bres Materials. OU. Porrlnin.
Plated Ware. Watehes, C'iork. Real Imitation Jf-welry
Bola and ?hoe. Perfumery. Toys. '.Hrojrapns,
Photoeraphic and Printing Matt-rials.
. Scientific aol Musical Iimtrument.t. Drugs. Chemicals,
Pharmaeeutical Preparations. Stationery, Sweets,
Silka. Varnishes. Paints. Paper llsnginps. etc , Etc.
mUofrire Current of Produce. Market K-porta. Notices oo
Industrial Novelitie, Trd Intelligence, etc.
ANNUAL SCBCRIPtfON'4 5 f'ir P.wtal l.'nion. and 6s
lor other Countries.
Money order payable to GK'iii'iK WATI.RH on Paris or Lon-
Jrn, or the equivalent in any local currency or poetage
tr UNPAID LETTERS RKI I SKI).
Addraast The FRENCH TK t OK JUL KN A L REPORTKR,
acv ly 1. Rue de Cbabrol, Paris, France.
By an Experienced Pharmacist !
ANY HOUR of the DAY or NIGHT!
HOLL1STER &c Co's.
WHOLESALE Ai RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
arVS21yml f9 NL'CANC STREET. dmly
LOOK AT THIS !
C'll.tS. B. WILSON HAVING PROCURED
' some First-Claaa Hore thoers, is now prepared to do
AT REA90NBLK RATKd.
a tC s
iSTO PAY ASKED !
BLACKSMITH I IMC
vVll ItH Bra-iiclies !
Artesian Well Work,
Wagon and Carriage Work,
Bridge Work, etc. etc.
Done by Experienced Workmen !
AT RATES THAT WILL
Defy Competition !
ALL I ASK IS
A TRIAL ORDER.
and one door
tjr UonH forget the Shop, opposite Hopper'
abuve Lucas' Plaoing Mills.
CHAS. B. WILSON.
Fence TTiTire !
Fbidat, July '21, 1SS2,
House met at the usual hour. Prf-sulent Khoae
in the chair.
No reports from StanJiug Committees.
From the Special Committee having in charge
the bill relating to promoting of agriculture, an-1
the establishing of fruit canneries ; Hun. Mr.
Pilipo reported recommending that the bill be
engrossed. Report approved and bill so ordered
and for third reading on Thursday the 27th inst.
Hon. Mr. Lahilahi moved the order of the
day and the Assembly resolved into Committee
of the Whole, Hon. J. Mott Smith in the chair,
preparatory to considering the remaining items
of the Appropriation Bill.
On motion of Hon. C. E. Bishop the bill in
troduced by Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, relating to
the appropriation of a portion of the passenger
tax to the use of various benevolent societies
was taken from the table and discussed.
On motion of Hon. Mr. Aholo the bill was
considered section by section.
After the reading of the first Section of the
Bill, Hon, C. K. Bishop moved that when the
Committee rise that they recommend the pas
sage of the section. The Hon. gentleman said
in support of his motion that he thought the
provisions of the bill were such as would appeal
to the sense of justice ofthe members. The pas
senger tar as now paid by foreigners was often
paiil unwillingly, there being no return ad
vantage, as not alone those who pay the tax are
debarred from any privileges, but also foreigners
who may be in distress, and who stand greatly
in need of the advantages enjoyed by Hawaiian
in this connection. The estimated tax for the
next two years would be about $15,000, all of
which went to the Queen's Hospital, the bill
proposed to take one-third of the amount or
$2,500 per year, and to apply in such a way as
to assist destitute foreigners. All natives whether
rich or poor, when sick can go to the Queen's
Hospital and be treated free of charge. Not so
with the foreigner who pays the taxes. Several
of the societies had given great, assistance to
foreigners, notably, the " Ladies' Strangers'
Friend Society," The American, British and
German benevolent societies, all had heavy calls
and their funds were now exhausted. The pas
sage of the bill would asssist them in their
works of mercy and charity, and was only a
proper return to the providers of the income to
His Ex. V. M. Gibson seconded the motien of
Hon. Mr. Bishop that the Section pass. He
begged leave to inform the Assembly that he in
troduced a somewhat similar bill in 18S0, which
was passed, but owing to some misunderstanding
the bill did not become a law. Thought the
measure a most reasonable and just one and felt
assured that tbe bill would meet with favor from
the Committee. The estimated receipts from
the passenger tax were mentioned as being about
515,000; they were estimated higher, at $17,000
and his Excellency thought that amount would
be exceeded if the projects for increase of immi
gration were carried out us expected. The
Queen's Hospital received u great deal of assist
ance from strangers entering the port, all con
tributing towards its support. Yet those strang
ers were debarred from the advantages which were
offered gratuitously to the natives of the King
dom, lie said that at manv foreign ports people
enterinu contributed to institutions of the same
nature as the Queen's Hospital aud the i)0fT
VUUlllUUltllfi TV t I lltllltll A. V uuitl V. mf .Ssaw
efits of the institutions; but herrtne ben-
who Daid had no share. . Z?Z. the strangers
that by the pasjarjeilfcerefore he thought
semblv -i the measure that the As-
shr-uld be only allowing strangers to
i - . unrtion. nerhans a third or a fourth, of
the benefits conferred by themselves. He urged
the passage of the bill, which rendered some jus
tice to the strangers who pay the passenger tax.
Hon. Mr. Cleghorn, the introducer of the bill,
said that he was in full concurrence with the re
marks of Hon. Mr. Bishop and His Ex. W. M.
Gibson; and said that the charitable associations
of the city were heavily taxed by calls upon
them for assistance from distressed foreigners,
and now that more people were to be brought
here the strain would be heavier. He knew that
the British Benevolent Society, of which he was
treasurer, had to get up fairs, concerts, balls etc.,
for the purpose of obtaining money to relieve
the needy. The amount asked for would greatly
assist the charitable institutions of the country.
On motion the Section was passed.
The 2nd Section was then read, relating to
the distribution of $2,500 per annum from the
amount of the passenger tax among certain
charitable institutions, and the speeches made
previously by His Excellency W. M. Gibson, and
Hons. Bishop and Cleghorn moved the generous
impulses of the Hawaiian members to that de
gree that there was a desire exhibited by Hou.
Mr. Kaulukou and others to increase the amount.
The Section was finally passed at $2,500 per
year, as asked.
Section 3 was read and passed, and Hon. J.
M. Kapena moved that the Committee recom
mend the bill to be passed to engrossment. Ap
proved. On motion of Hon. Mr. Pilipo, the Committee
rose, aud Hon. J. Mott Smith reported the ac
tion taken on the bill under consideration. The
report of the Committee was approved, bill
ordered to be engrossed, and for third reading
on Tuesday, the 25th inst.
Under suspension of the rules, Hon. .1. M. Ka
pena, from the Enrollment Committee, reported
that His Majesty the King had been pleased to
sign the following bills, viz :
1. An Act to amend Chapter 3, Session Laws
of 1878, relating to Passports.
2. An Act to provide a permanent settlement
for Hon. H. Kuihelani, ($600 per annum).
3. An Act to provide a permaneut settlement
for J. P. E. Kahaleaahu.
4. An Act to provide a permanent settlement
for Nihoa, widow of Hon. S. Kipi.
5. An Act authorizing the Commissioners of
Crown Lauds to convey certain lands to Colonel
6. An Act to Amend Section 11, Chapter LV
of the Penal Code, relating to dance houses.
7. An Act to provide an additional term of the
Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit.
8. An Act to amend Sections 1 and 3, Session
Laws of 18GS relating to the sale aud. slaughter
At 10:50 the House again resolved
amonnt was granted. Thought the object was a
worthy one but not belonging to the Assembly
to approve of.
Hon. Mr. Cleghorn said that there were a
great many persons buried in Kawaiahao who
had no relatives living. Only lately the Prin
cesses Liliuokalani and Likelike had assisted in
haviug the trees trimmed, grass cut, etc.
Hon. Mr. Pi'.ipo favored the item, as did also
Hon. Mr. Kauuamano, but on vote the motion
to insert was indefinitely postponed.
Builiing additional warehouses at
P.ilama $ 7,500
Lighthouse Keeper at Hookena. . . . 100
An item connected with the Judiciary De
partment relating to the "Criminal Expenses,
20,000 " vas also approved by the Committee.
At 12:05 the Committee rose and took a re
cess until 1:30 p.m.
On the re- assembling of the Committee the
consideration of the Appropriati on Bill was pro
ceeded with, and the following new items were
Clerk to Marshal $ 2,400
.'.ssistant Hawaiian Clerk to Marshal. . . 1,200
The concluding Sections of the Bill were then
severally passed, and the Committee at 3 p.m.
rose and Hon. J. M. Kapena reported progress
to the House. Report received and approved.
On motion the Bill was read for the second
time by titl, and ordered to be engrossed and
was also made the special "Order" for today.
At 3:10 the Assembly adjourned until 10 a.m.
Satckdat, July 22, 18S2.
House met at 10 a.m.. President Rhodes in
the chair. Prayer by Chaplain Keau. Reading
of the miuutes of th previous meeting, which
No reports from committees nor presentation
On motion, the Appropriation Bill, which was
the Order of the Day, was taken up. and the
reading of the rutire Bill was proceeded with,
some few slight changed being made.
The total amounts connected with the various
departments wen- found to be as follows :
Civil list S 120.500 OA
Legisl.it are and Privy Council.
Foreign Affairs ,
For le Low hv
U. W. MACFARLANE A CO.
The Best English Cement
in the Market-.
For 'ale io Uutotiliea to su.t by
O. W. MACFARLANR It CO
W i 37 e Hope
TO THE TRADK.
For ."ale by
O. W. MACFARLANE 4- CO.
WING W0 TAI & CO.,
I lave Oonstantly on Hand
K O l-i
IS la K
At their Fireproof Store, opposite Mosmao's, Nuaana street,
A FULL LI NK OP
JAPAN and CHINA TP! AS,
both H.gh aad Low Priced, according to Quality.
AUofnll at. of Plantation Supplies, all kind.
Alwajsoohand a LARUE STOCK OP RICE,
they being; Ag-Dt lor three plantations.
A few rthir- I A ACT SILK PARLOR SCREEXS left
jal -81 ly WISO WO TAI CO.
2f You can buy a moat
for only $1, at Cm. J
beautiful straw hat
mittee of the Whole and proceeded with the con
sideration of items in the Appropriation Bill.
Hon, Mr. Pilipo, chairman of the committee
to whom was referred matters relating to the
sales aud seizure of opium in the King
dom during the past, bieiini il period, slated that
the committee had not entirely prepared their
report, but would present it in a few days.
The following items were then taken up and
passed ; those marked with an asterisk being
either new items or an increase over the amount
originally asked by the Government :
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTKRIOR.
Surveyor and guard $ 3,000
Queen's Hospital 15,000
Road suervisors 11,400
Return of double taxes 1.500
Landing at Waimanalo 1.000
Landing at Holanlo 500
Hon. Mr. Cleahorn desired to have the sum
of $1,000 be recommended by the Committee to
be added to the amount, " Ueneral expenses
ioard of Health," and for the especial purpose
of placing Kawaiahao Cemetery in proper con
dition and repair.
Hon. Mr. Aholo thought the graveyard was
under the charue of the Church trustees, and
that the Government had really no right to in
Hon. Mr. Cleghorn did not think that the
Chnreh authorities would obiect in the least to
obtain ass.stance. Not a dollar of the amount
asked for was intended to be expended on the
flmrM, but in renairiuti the fences and walls
surrounding the graves, trimming the trees,
cuttiniz the irrass, etc.
Hon. Mr. Aholo thought if the door for grants
was thus opened that almost every member pre
sent would desire some money for the graveyards
in the various districts. For himself, he would
sav that if the amount asked for Kawaiahao was
Slanted, he woul.l ask lor a iiue sum lor ia-
He did not doubt but the object was
a most worthy one, and the presenting of the
item actuated by the best of motives, yet he con
sidered that it would not be wise to runt the
amount for the purpose indicated.
Hon. Mr. Kaulukou spoke in opposition to
the insertion of the item, stating that cemeteries
all over the Islands would require like amounts
He knew of a gravevard at Waialua covered over
with cactus at present, probably $1,000 would
be wanted to clear that. He had been told that
in a high cliff near Koolaupoka the bones of a
high chief had been buried, $1,000 would prob
ably be required to beautify and arrange that
last resting place. It is a legend well known
that the bones of many of the chiefs of the
people had been thrown into the crater at
Kilauea, somebody would undoubtedly ask for
$1,000 to improve that burial place, if this
(Vand total $3,367,277 86
On motion of His Excellency Edward Preston,
the Bill was ordered to be engrossed and to third
reading on Thursday, the 27th instant.
Second reading of a bill to repeal Sections
255 and 256 and 256a of the Civil Code, relating
to patents. On motion of Hon. Mr. W idemann,
the bill was ordered to engrossment and to third
reading on Tuesday, the 2oth instant. .
xniru reauing 01 a um rcjunug jai i,
izaticn of foreigners. Passed.
Third reading of a bill defiaJS '
of wild poultry. PassediHng the ownership
The next bill in on"
definiug theVwtrer to be read was the bill
relutiiie limits of the City of Honolulu,
vag' to the prohibition of the building of
ioodeu buildings within certain described
On account of the absence of the introducer
of the bill, the reading was deferred until to-
At 11.15 a.m. the Assembly adjourned until
10 a.m. Monday, 24th inst.
After a lenghty discussion the bill was ordered
to engrossment, and to be rea l a third time on
the 2Mh instant.
Under suspension of the rules, Mr. Aholo pre
sented a report from the committee to whom
had been refeired the bill providing a permanent
settlement for A. P. Brick wood, Esq., favoriu'
a settlement of $500 per annum on the gentle
The subject caused a somewhat personal de
bate for a hour end a quart, and the avrs and
nays were finally called.
The result showed that the report of the com
mittee was indefinitely postponed bv a vote of
20 to 16, as follows :
ayes lions, .bishop, iloanauli, Smith, Lili
kalani, Lahilahi, Mahoe, Kaluhi, Kalua, Na
kookoo, Kamakele, Gardner, Haupu, Kauwila,
Nahinu, Hiwohi, Kauai, Palahou, Nakalika,
s Their Excellencies Gibson, Bush,
Preston, Hons. Dominis, Cleghorn, Parker,
Isenberg. Kapena, Wideinanu, P. P. Kanoa'
Pahia, Kaulukou, Aholo, Nawahi, Kauhaue,
Absent Hons. Kaai, Kanoa. Wilder, Kuehi
lani, Dowsett, Martin, Rhodes, Judd, Kaae,
Keau, Brown, Richardson, Pilipo. Rice.
At 4.15 the Assembly adjourned until 10 a.m.
Ex STEAMER SUEZi:
Tuesday, July 25, 1SS2.
The House met at 10 a.m. pursuant to ad
journment from the 24th instant, Hon. Godfrey
Rhodes in the chair. Prayer by Hon. Mr.
Kauhane, reading of the minutes "of previous
meeting by the Secretary, which were, on mo
On motion of Mr. Mahoe, the vote indefinitely
postponing the bill providing a permaneut settle
ment on A. P. Brickwood was reconsidered.
Hon. Mr. Kaulukou then moved the accept
ance of the report of the committee, recommend
ing a permanent settlement of $500 per annum
on .ur. tsrickwood. and the rassa nf th hill
the bill ordered to be read a third
Monday, July 24, 1882.
House met at the usual hour, President
Rhodes in the chaii.
Hon. Mr. Nawahi presented a petition from
residents of the r" istrict of Hamakua, praying
that the sum of $500,000 be appropriated to
wards building u railroad from Hilo to Hamakua.
Laid on table, to be considered with the Appro
I roiu Standing Committees the only report
presented was one presented by Hon. Mr. Kau
lukou, chairman of the Judiciary Committee,
who reported on a petition asking for the re
moval of D. S. Sanford, a deputy sheriff, that
the committee were of opinion that the subject
of the petition was not a proper one for the
Assembly to consider, ant recommended that
the petition be referred to the Attorney-General
for consideration. Approved.
No reports from select committees nor presen
tation of resolution.
Hon. W. II. Rice read, for the first time, a
bill ' to create certaiu liens." Ordered to second
reading in proper orderv
Hon. .Mr. Kaulukou, under suspension of the
rules, read for the first time a bill returned by
Committee, and relating to the abolishing of
peddling licenses and to prohibit peddling.
Ordered to second reading in proper order.
Hou. Mr. Kaulukou also read for the first time
a bill to promote the construction and operating
of a horse railroad in the district of Honolulu.
Under suspension of the rules the bill was read
for the second time, and then ordered to print.
Hon. Mr. Kalua presented a resolution that,
as there is a large number of copper and other
coins not authorized by law in circulation in the
districts of Lahaina, Wailuku, and Makawao,
therefore, be it resolved, that the Ministers be
requested to take into consideration the subject
of stopping the circulation of said mutilated
Hon. Mr. Mahoe introduced a resolution that
the sum of $2,000 be inserted in the Appropria
tion Bill for the purpose of building a bridge at
Kaupoo, Waialua. Laid on the table to be con
sidered with the Appropriation Bill.
IIou. Mr. Kamekele read for the first time a
bill to repeal Chapter XLIV., Session Laws of
1S7G, and Chapter V., Session Laws of 1878,
relating to the sale of Government lands. Read
second time by title, And referred to Committee
on Public Lands and 'Internal Improvements.
non. Mr. Widemann introduced a resolution
requestiug His Excellency W. M. Gibson to in
form the Assembly regarding the present status
of Hon. H. A. P. Carter with the Government.
His Excellency the Premier said, in reply, that
IIou. Mr. Carter received a commission from the
late Government as Minister Plenipotentiary to
Portugal and France, and that the present Go
vernment have not withdrawn his commission,
he being still in office.
Hon. Mr. Kamakele introduced a resolution
that the sum of $10,000 be appropriated for the
purpose of erecting a statue of Kamehameha
Hon. Mr. Aholo was pleased to see statues,
but thought it advisable to forego further orders
until the one at present on hand (Kamehameha
I.) was placed in position. He hoped the Hon.
member would withdraw the resolution.
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn moved the Order of the
Day, aud stopped action on the resolution,
which died quietly.
Under the Orders of the Day the following bills
came up :
Third reading of a bill to restrict tbe erection
of buildings otherwise than those built of
proof material within certain described limits in
the City of Honolulu. Passed.
Second reading of a bill to amend Section 1
Chapter XC. of the Penal Code, relating to the
legal language of the statutes. This bill pro
vided that the legal language of the statutes be
Hon. Mr, Keau moved that the bill be en
grossed. His Excellency S. K. Kaai movad that
the bill be indefinitely postponed.
After a short discussion the ayes and nays
were taken on the indefinite postponement of
the bill making the Hawaiian the legal language,
resulting in a tie vote, 21 to 21. and President
Rhodes gave the casting vote in favor of the
At 12.20 the Assembly took a recess until 2
Ou re-assembling the House took up for con
sideration the third reading of a bill to amend
Section 7S0 of the Civil Code relating to the
number of Representatives.
His Excellency Edward 1'rer.tou considered
the bill unconstitutional, as the number of
Representatives proposed for the various dis
tricts was not in accordance with the require
ments of the Constitution as regards population.
Hon. C. R. Bishop agreed with the Attorney
General that he considered the bill unconstitu
tional, and was opposed to its passage.
Hon. Mr. Aholo called the attention of the
Assembly to a discrepancy existing between the
English and the Hawaiian versions in regard to
the number of Representatives credited to the
district of Kohala, and moved that the English
translation be made compare with the Hawaiian
as regards the number (two), and also moved
that the bill pass. Carried.
Second reading of a bill to amend Sections
1417 and 1418 of the Civil Code, relating to the
protection of parties to contract under the sec
The meanest man on reeonl sent a
postal card through a t office presid
ed over by a woman, on which was writ
ten, "Dear Jack' Here's the details of
that scandal." And then the rest was
'Don't you know tluu it is a felony to
steal a pocket-hook out of a gentleman's
pocket ?" asked an Austin justice of a
hard case. 4iYes. I know it, jedge ; but
dat ar pocket-book bulged out de sides
dat I b'leeve you has so much speret in
ycr dat yer would hab made a break for
it yeraelf. jedge, if nobody was watchin'
Hon. Mr. Aiwohi moved to reconsider the
vote indefinitely postponing the bill mak
ing the Hawaiian the legal language of
the statutes. Motion carried, and Hon. Mr.
Keau moved that the bill pass as presented ;
Hon. Noble Kapena moved the indefinite post
ponement, and Hou. Mr. Aholo moved to refer
to a select committee.
After a little argument the bill w
on tlie follw"g select committee : Hons, Kauna-
17'22. m mau' Kitai Kice' "'rg, and Kauhaue.
17 ton r Fl'm thc select to whom had been
iot,ov uu referred for consideration Di-titi.. ,..n, i,.
certain fines imposed by the Police Magistrate
on persons breaking the rules of the Board of
Health during the prevalence of the smallpox
epidemic, and moneys paid to Government
puysiciaus ami agents ot the Board of Heal
uui in-; me same poriou, be returned
Hon. Mr. Kaulukou jpreseuAt" ' ' "
mending the ij,uJsii a report reeom
petitions elinite postponement of the
aiuiPrflentioneu. Report of committee
Hon. Mr. Kaulukou also presented a report
from the special committee to whom had been
referred certain petitions asking for the in
crease in pay of teachers in Government
schools, recommending the indefinite postpone
ment of the same. Hon. Mr. Keau presented a
minority report on the same subject ; both re
ports were received and laid on the table for
Hon. Mr. Aholo, from the special committee
having under consideration the bill providing
a permanent settlement for Mrs. Nahaolelua,
presented a report recommending the passage of
the bill. His Excellency W. M. Gibson, in sup
port of the adoption of the report of the com
mittee, said that he arose merely to say a few
good words for the memory of Governor Nahao
lelua. He was in favor of the passage of the
settlement proposed. He had been a near
neighbor to the deceased Governor Nahaolelua
for many years, and had an opportunity of
knowing him well, he had considered him a
most honorable Hawaiian and a good business
man, and who had left his estate in good con
dition aud his family in comfortable circuiu
eumstauees at the time of his decease. There
is no doubt but that, as has been remarked, the
estate had been squandered, he would not go
into the explanation of the manner or means.
He felt that the widow of Governor Nahaolelua,
a man who had served his country so long
and so faithfully, was entitled to some recom
pense from the Government, and he hoped that
the report of the committee would be adopted
and the bill be passed.
On motion the report was adopted, bill
ordered to engrossment, and to third reading to
day. Hon. Mr. Aholo, from the special committee
having under consideration the bill relating to
the perpetuating of genealogy of Hawaiian
chiefs, reported back a new bill, which they re
commended to pass. '
Hon. Mr. Kauuamano moved that the report
of the committee be adopted; Hon. Mr. Kalua
moved the indefinite postponement,
Ou motion, the ayes and nays were taken on
the motion to indefinitely postpone, and the
result showed that the motion was lost, 19 ayes,
22 nays. The report of the committee was then
approved, and bill ordered to be the special
Order of the Day for Wednesday.
Hon. Mr. Nawahi read for the first time a bill
" to restrict the immigration of Chinese into the
Kingdom." Under suspension of the rules the
bill was read a second time, and then referred
to the following special committee . Hons.
Isenberg, Preston. Nawahi, Kalua, Pahia.
At 12.05 the House took a recess until 1.30
The House reassembled at 10.30, and Hon.
Mr. Nakookoo, under suspension of the rules,
presented a petition from residents of Wailuku,
asking that a road from Wailuku to Waiehu, via
Puuohala, be opeued Referred to Committee
on Public Lands and Internal Improvements.
The following bills under the Order of the
Day were considered .
Second reading of an Act to fix the pay of
jurors. Amended by Hon. Mr. Rice, to read
" $2 per day," and passed to engrossment, and
to be read the third time to-morrow, Thursday.
Second reading of a bill to allow the free im
portation of fertilizers. Passed to engrossment,
and for third reading on Thursday, the 27th
Third reading of a bill tQ authorize the trus
tees of the Queen's Hospital to reserve the sum
of $2,500 per annum for distribution among the
various benevolent and charitable societies of
the city of Honolulu, for the purpose of re
lieving distressed and indigent foreigners.
On motion of His Excellency W. M. Gibson,
the bill was passed.
Second reading of a bill relating to minors, in
mates of reformatory and industrial institutions.
Hon. Mr. Bishop spoke in favor of the passage
of the bill, stating that the object of the lull was
to separate the really bud boys from those who
were only mischievous. The provisions of the
bill would empower the B i.trd of Education to
represent the cases of bad and ungovernable
boys to the attention of a Judg, who would
have the power to decide the length of time'
the offending parties may be imprisoned. He
moved that the bill pass. Carried, and bill
ordered for third reading on the 27th instant.
Under suspension of the rules, Hon. Mr.
Widemanu presented a report from the Commit
tee ou Public Lands and Internal Improvements
relating to a bill to amend Chapter XLIV of the
Session Laws of lh7C, and Chapter V of the Ses
siou Laws of IHS relating to the sale of Govern
ment lands, and recommending that further
consideration of the bill be indefinitely post
poned. On motii.it, the report of the committee
Second reading of a bill to suppress disease
among animals in the Hawaiian Kingdom.
Under suspension of the rules, the bill was read
the second time by title, and referred to the fol
lowing special committee : Hons. Rice, Wide
manu, Kaluhi, Kauwila, Nakookoo.
Third reading of a bill to promote agriculture.
After a short discussion, the bill was passed.
At 2.45 tho House adjourned until 10 a.m.
(Contiuued on ptJgf 5.)
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ir ORDERS FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS WILL RECEIVE OUR PROMPT
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A Line of Elegant FRENCH FLOWERS
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A Beautiful Assortment of DRESS SILKS,
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delivered ex ship (but with duty for buyer's account) at
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From 6 to 8 in tlie Morning and
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Approved: SIMON K. KAAI,
wju'Jstf Minister of Interior.
127 FORT ST.. HONOLULU.
PUnircr, Shaping, Turning,
Band and Scroll Sawing,
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BrarkfK Ballastrrs, Stairs, Etr.,
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PRICE OF MACHINE WORK, $1.00 TO
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F. BERT ELM ANN.
WISHEH Ti INFORM TH K
PUBLIC OF HONOLULU
THAT H K
Imports Furniture !
f OR .
than anv Other Dew
taf ' WOTaVa
IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Ills Steam Power Fatuities (onjiled Mltkthe Beit
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any other IMalilUhmenl. If Toa
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ty Drink Palmer t Co.'u Ginger AU, only
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