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COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JULY 29, 1882.
Enable a to Produce
WHICH, I'OIt ITM
Delicacy of Flavor,
Stands LTnrivnllecl I
Try it and You will not Use
17- We INVITE inspection of
our Premises. We will cheer
fully show and explain the
process of manufacture of our
Hollistea? d Co.,
Wholesale Sc Retail Druggists,
Tobacconists &c Manufactur
ers of Aerated Waters.
51 N I'l'lS V MMtKKT. Illt)l.t L, II. I
ap2v my I I if
New Store !
lYTew Goods !
J. HOlTP cfc CO.
It.fc.rai their friend ai.J the general public that Ibeir
New Furniture VVarerooms
NO. II KIX; i KKKT,
I. uv ttu.ke.1 i t a Ur Fino 4-.tairiit of Furniture
I.OINCK.S, T1ULKS tlMIKS,
DIkS. IR1BS, Jtr., If.
eh w.ll b olil aC extraordinary . pr.ca for Ca
urlure lu Order a' I kind of ltattrea in Hair. K
r an.1 trw, an-1 hire ion bn. Feather,
Hair. Moot, kura nt ftraw pillows.
J( rereirr.l an Inroire f Ihe
brated IV on Plus Ultra
to. uu., MjSTGt BEDS !
Vhv Comfort'.!", fhetp ami ConTeoierU.
" Window Cornices made to Order, and
Matting laid and t-ken up. -
R'm-mb.'r Ihe al.lreta.
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waat47 No. 74 KING STRfcKT.
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ftUlILT III fi I SI Y CULTS :
MR. H. P, WOOD
UA BE K.N APHOINTI.li ACK.M AT
MAHUKONA and KOHALA
S. F. k lloHlli' Tlii'SFEfl to.
OKI'ICK T ltt. WIOHT'S STORK.
i3p" Baggage landed from the Steamer
and Delivered as per Address:
S. F. S HONOLULU TRANSFER CO.
FIRST PfllZB fillALS.
HOLLISTER $c CO.,
f OR THE
jUD.TO dinyl tf
THE ROYAL ST. JOHN !
Only .11 sic hi nc JIsnIc
RUNS EITHER FORWARD or BACKWARD,
And continue lo sew in Ihe lame direction.
FOR S A. L E
HEW MUSIC STORE !
W A ir I T?V
J07 FORT STREET.
roar 11 if
so FOKT vrKKKT.
Importer and 1 Coaler
BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS j
A Li-O j
Gents Boots & Shot
MADE TO ORDER. j
tlr VK4R.H Afi, WHEN I WAS AS
i'M. apprroiice ia '47 arxl '4', we tbop boja nntl tl go C x,Q
bantiDf dowo oo lb x,u b Braocb of the banian Kir, t -r
Cull'a Mill, New Jerwy. eo oce n.ghl we tracked ao old ;
Cooo to Urfe Sycamore or battoowood tree, we found
bre Uie otd Cooo went ia. The bole u about one hun
dred and arrcti tjr (eet from ibe (round. " Hold on Roa, en-
fX jou take off a Jew ischea ol that." No, Idoo'l think I
can onleai that Carriage Maker that eatablithed a Carriage I
thop la Ki(hteen Hundred and Sjcxtv-flre in Honolulu, if
be cme down four or fire year. I then wiil drop f.om four i
to 6e trrt At at.y rate the ho'e waa to hib thai none of '
boy could (et to it. We callel 01 the owner of the tree and
be would not allow the tree to be cat. We beard the aiory, .
and oar blood tu ptiried. rio we rua-t-red a party of aboot ,
fifteen of the beat of V boy and went for the old Coo. We .
were bound to have bn anyhow. None of u b-ya Could
eiimb up to the bote, ao we werepuuied what l? d, finally Te ;
Kxe-I out the bole here Ibe old Coon waa. o bigh up in the ;
-rei trre. and we no liavint the rriunii.g capacity of the re- '
Downed lid Crockett or the uiuaicil power to charm, tie ,
reported to strategy. Ye, a Arteuiu Ward would y.
irategT my boya. Three boy were diapatched for a larite ,
bottle of petroleum oil. Hold ion Luke, we had no petroleum
them day." I mean tby went for a Urge bottle of Turpen
tine, and Are boy went for the largevt polei to attach togethet !
to reaeh Ibe bole. Iheb-atleof turpentine wa hung to the ,
etd of the rjokr. and then ried up t the bole, and thruM (
partly into it, we thtn took aabotguuand ahot the bottle to ,
piece, the content ran down into the tree, but no Coon ap- 1
peared, we than attache-1 a lighted torch aud ried it to the
Then rime a bul of thundi-rir g aouud.
That Coon, Ob. where wa be f
Ak 01 Ihe flames that leaped around
That hole, in Ibe old Bitonwood tree.
He came tearing out with a bound.
At one awful leap, be reached Ihe ground.
And found himself in KOrh'S SHOT, where -
We May Go and Sec i
Those Nice Carriages
itosi: in i;i iLia- :
We Are Turning Out All Kinds of
FAMILY C Alt III AGES
TOP PIIEATONS. BUGGIES,
Everything that Runs on Wheels
ALL. KINDS O V
ON II A N O . N l FO R S I.K.
lpokra. Hub. Felloes and Bent Kims.
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XLv.vJlN SXTICi W--Li ;
Having a large Lot of Coal on hand. I am bounl to get
rid of, at the LOWKsTfiPOT PRICKS. Ahm,
ALL !i IjVDS OF IRON
Having a Large Lot on the way.
All Kindsof BL AOKSMITHING i
DON K AT MIOK'f NOTICE.
Artesian Well Work I
PROMPTLY ATTKNDEO TO.
In fact, everything that is made of Iron, Mood W.rk. Paint- .
ing. Trimming, Plating. lo.
ALL KINDS OF H ARNES !
tiaJJ.e-. Bridles, Collar, liames.
I IIAVK A CIIOICK LOT OF ;
Engliib and American Saddles, Carry Combs, Whips,
in fact, one thousand Articles worth mentioning.
I H tVG FOR SA I.K LOTS OF
Blue Rock and Carrier Pigeons.
Nice Berkshire Pigs,
Brown and White Leghorn Eggs, Three '
Dollars for 13 good, healthy Fowls,
I also have on band a Urge lot of
G A. 1" jF I S H ,
Importe.1 by me at gret eenae from the Delaware River,
which I keep to GIVK AWAY. Parties having Large Ponds j
who wish to atock them with flah. They will do well in l
brae is h or fresh waler. Anyone wihinfr these tifh will
please aend direct to aie. and they will be supplied.
Shop on kin? str-M, o. 75. 77. 7. si ntl Z-
N. B. All Kinds of FISH NETS constant
ly on hand and For Sale Cheap.
TO THE PUBLIC
iTK IIAVF. RF.CKNTLV OPENED THE
V premises at No. 1 H Nuuauu street, iutrndmg to carry
on busiueaa as
PLUMBERS, GAS FITTERS
Our lone experience as MECH ANICS warrant ua in sav
in? that our new venture will meet a want long felt in this
All Orders we
may be Favored With,
under our own Personal
And eaeeated in a thorough, cnmpelent and workmanlike
tanner, on Ihe 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 Patron
the utmot satisfaction, both in perlectioo ol
Work and Moderate Charges.
IIouo'J lxr iToto Worlt
B1THS. UITI'.K C'LOSJTS, WISH BitULS, Klc,
ALWAYS OS HAND,
bpecitl Attention given to the filling up of the SPRING
FIKLD UA? MACHINK.-.
BROWN Ac PHILLIPS.
Plumber. Oas Fitter and Coppersmiths.
Oppoaite f. T. Inehan at Co.. No. IS Nuuanu St. mart 3ui
IN ALL KINDS OF
Bar Iron, of all size3,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE
Cortland Wagon Go,
OK NEW YORK.
'IKY DR. KU DUO'S EtCENCII RE-
1 rORTlVE PILLi. A eiiecific for exhausted
vitality, impotence, physical debility, waatel lurtes.etc. Ap
proved by the Academ) of Medicine of Paria and by ibe medi
cal celebrities of the world. Agents for California and the
Pacific States, J. U. STEKLK CO.. 634 Market Street
(Palace Hotel) San Fracciaco, Cal. rtent by mail or expresa
sealed from observation. Box of fHty, $1 60; of 100, $2 73',
of 200. $5; of 400. $. SEND FOR CIRCULAR
gay Thirty-two pieces all-wool dress goods
(or only 25 eeuts per yarJ at Chas. J. Fishel's
Wewkdav. July 2-'. I-
II, .ti-e nitt at 10 a.m. ami after tLe prayer ami
reailu:' of the aiiuutts h;nl b. vn conclude! rro"
t . e.l. d w ith tLe rsn!ar Lu-inc-ss.
Hi, Ee. Ur.iiev E heard Trenton, prest-nted
from the Spi-cial Coiiiiiiittt-e of which h was
chairman, a rt-jK.rt r.n the hill anthorizins a loan
of J. , m, rtoouimni.Tiii j that the bill as re-tnn.(-l
by tht- Ct- inmitTtf b.- unkrt J to engross
ment. On m..tion of Uou. Mr. liue thf report of the
coiuiaittee vas received an! with the bill laid on
the table to be considered by the Assembly in
Committee of the Yhole.
His Excellency the Attorney-G : al Also pre
j seated a report from the Sp- i Committee
' having in charge the several bill md petitions
: relating to the importation, iobi.uk' ture, and
' sal? of intoxicating liqnors, taung that they
had had und.-r ooni.leration bills on the subject
introduced by Hon. F. Brown. Hon. W. H.
llice, Hon. Mr. Kalua and Hon. Mr. Kaunama
no. The Committee considered that total pro
hibition was advisable if it could be properly en
forced, but that public opinion was as yet soui
w hat adverse to the sweeping change necessary
for tht? successful carrying out of total prohibi
tion. It would, bc.-ddes, cause a dimunitiou in
the revenue of the Kingdom which could only
be made up by increased taxatiou. The Com
mittee recommended that Mr. Kaunamano's bill
which had been amended Ly th? Committee, be
pass.-d to engrossment.
His Excellency the Minister of the Interior
moved to adopt the report of the Committee.
Hon. Mr. IJice moved to lay on the table. He
stat. d that he had something to say on the sub
ject, and had introduced several petitions and a
bill which he ha I not had any opportunity to
speak u before the Special Committee, but
hoped to do so before the Committee of the
Although the bill had not been read the Presi
dent put the question on the motion to adopt
and to lay on the table, the motion to adopt be
ing cniried; bill ordered to engrossment and for
third reading ou Saturday, the 29th inst.
Hon. Mr. Kauhane presented at this time a
Him. Mr. Bishop engaged in a short discus
sion with ths chair, and called the attention of
President llhodes to the ommission of the bill
being read. The bill wa then ordered to be
read, and the motion made approving the re
port of the committee and ordering the bill to
engrossment, was declared out of order.
At the conclusion of the reading of the bill in
English, on motion of Hon. Mr. Aholo. only the
amendments to the bill were read in Hawaiian.
On motion of Hon, Mr. Rice, the report of the
' committee was received, and the bill and report
laid on the table, to be considered on Inursday,
the 27th inst.. in Committee of the Whole.
: Hon. Mr. Widemann, under suspension of the
rnles. presented a report from the Committee ou
Pnblic Lands and Internal Improvements ou a
petition for the opening of a road from Wai
' luku to Wjiiehu, and recommended that the
; petition be referred to the Attorney-General.
lion. Mr. Hapena presented a petition from
the Hawaiian Agricultural Association, prayiiig
that the sum of So, IKK) be appropriated to assist
j the objects of fhe Association. Referred to
Committee on Commerce and Agriculture.
At 12 o'clock the Assembly took a recess
! until 1.30 p.m.
! House re-assembled at 1:30 p. m. and immedi-
,ueiy inereaiter ins excellency me jnuisier oi
Finance read a bill to "Indemnify the Minister
i ot finance iu the sum of 57, til, amount pant to
I II. R. II. the Heir Presumptive, while act-
lug a Kegent, iu excess of tlie amount appro
priated for her in tLe Civil List." Ordered to
second reading in proper order.
Ou motion the Assembly resolved into Com
mittee of the Whole and proceeded to consider
the hill to "Authorize a National Loan, and to
define to what uses such loan shall be devoted."
This irris-the one known as the Government
Loan I!ill and favors tiifitainig of a loan of
2.000,000. - - -
The hill was read section by section and nt
the conclusion of the reading of Section 1, His
Excellency J. E. Bush moved that it be passed.
Hon. Mr. Bishop thought that there should be
some more general explanation.
Hon. Mr. Cleghorn offered as an amendment
the insertion of the words "six" instead of "sev
en per cent," and "said bonds to be free from
Government tax whatever."
His Excellency Edward Preston said that he
would, for the Oovemim t.t, accept the amend
ment offered by the Hon. Mr. Cleghorn. In
answer to the request ef Hon. C. K. Bishop, he
said that the items taken out of the Appropria
tion Bill, and specially chnrged to the Loan
Bill, amount to more "than $1,000,000. With
regard to the encouragement of railways, that
ivas already provided for by specific act. A bill
was before the House for consideration, relating
to the promotion of agriculture, and which, if
passed, would undoubtedly be charged to the loan
fuud. The item relating to artesian wells,
might w il be considered as an adjunct to the
forwarding of agricultural interests. The com
pletion of works for irrigation purposes were
most directly connected with the advancement
of agriculture. The deepening of Honolulu
Harbor aud entrance there, if found practicable,
will be charged -o the loan fund. The amount
di-siit-d for Sanitation will be expended as found
most advisable by the Board of Health. He did
not think that the whole amount would be required
during the next biennial period, but would bor
row money from time to time as found requisite.
He did not consider that it was advisable to
borrow money and allow it to lie uselessly in
the Public Treasury. The intention of the
Ministry was not to expend the money for any
other purposes than those proposed.
Hon. Mr. Bishop was iu favor of a smaller
loan and moved to amend by making the amount
$1,000,0(10 and also the striking out of certain
Hon. Mr. Widemann said that when he heard
his friend on the opposite side (Mr. Cleghorn)
recommend that the amount borrowed be at the
rate of ' pf-r cent he thought the gentleman was
joking, simply because he, as well as I, are pay
ing 0 per cent and on the best security. When
he heard his friend on this side, (Mr. Bishop)
say that we cnuld get the amount at 6 per cent,
he was very much rejoiced and took it as an off
er that he Mr. Bishop was willing to supply
a million dollars at that rate of interest. He did
not, however, consider that the Legislature
could fix any special rate of interest.
Hon. Mr. Bihop was not satisfied with the
explanation offi-rcd regarding the amount for the
promotion of agriculture. He did not like to
place in the hands of the present Ministry, or
their successors, the sum of $3CO,000 to do as
they pleased with. True that the Appropriation
Bill exceeds the estimated revenue by over one
million dollars but there never was a time that
the proposed expenditures did not exceed the
expected receipts. The Appropriation Bill seems
to liHve lu-cn swelled to present proportions by
the hu k of effort ou the part of the Ministers as
well as the rest of the members to pull it down.
Hon. Mr. Smith said that when private gentle
men spoke of borrowing money they generally
looked forward to the pay day. When the Ha
waiian Nation speak of borrowing they should
remember the time of paying. The Hawaiian
Assembly in p:ist years were afraid of borrowing.
It was possible that the members of this Assem
bly having put in such large amounts for each
district in the Appropriation Bill have forced
the Ministry to ask for the authority to obtain
this piopose.l loan. It was not the fault of the
Ministry that this loan was before the Assembly,
but rather the fault of the members in making
appropriations that were largely in excess of
the revenue. He was in favor of the amend
ments by Hon. Mr. Bishop and Hon. Mr.
Hon. Mr. Rhodes, thought that nothing had
been said that the Government could find an
atom of fault with, but on the contrary that the
Government iu accepting the amendment of
II. . n. Mr. Bishop could feel that the onu of ad
vocatiug a loan was t ken from tLeir shoulders.
Could not have the desired improvements if we
did not have the desired loans, the ouly differ
ence was the sie of the loans. He agreed with
fhe Hon. Noble Smith that the Ministry were
forced to ask for a loan on account of the pro
portions of the Appropriations; he was in favor
of a loan as he believed it necessary.
His Excellency the Miuister of the Interior
stated that he did not think that it would be
necessary to go abroad to obtain the money as
he judged it could be easily obtained iu the
His Excellency W. M. Gibson, desired to have
the members of the Assembly aud the Hon.
gentleman who had spoken remember that there
had been voted by the Assembly $1,000,000 in
excess of the estimated revenue of the country
so that the Government to carry out the appro
priations made, deemed it -V,ay to obtain
the authority to make the pi ..;ed "loan ia such
stuns as might be deemed by tLem advisable.
One item alone passed by the Assembly, was
$o'.'0,0"J for immigration, which amount has to
be provided fcr by loan. The Government hoixrd
that, us the Assembly hid made provisions for
an expert, a civil engineer, that thr? plans for
a proper development of the country would be
placed before them, and parts now regarded as
uninhabitable might be made habitable and
prostKTous by the fostering care of the Govern
ment. Schemes for widening and deepening the
harbor entrance to Honolulu would be enter
tained and if found practicable would be for
warded. So with legar l to Sanitation of the
city, and great many plans had been and would
be "offered, the Ministry would accept the best
and most feasible for cleansing this tropical city.
Other insular planting countries, similarly
situated, have been enabled to develop great
ealth out of portions of the country hitherto
poor, by the assistance of their Governments.
When we look at the gTeat continents with their
vast domains, where land goes almost begging
for occupants, we find that there is no voluntary
need to induce immigration there as a great
stream of immigrants are making their homes in
the cheap lands unaided by any Government as
sistance. Yet even in a country under such fa
vorable conditions the Government steps in and
aids in the development of its resources, as wit
ness, that great railway across the American
continent, the vast levees built along the banks
of the Mississippi river so that the land may be
made available for setlers. On looking at that
gTeat country America, which spends its mil
lions in internal improvements, it seems like a
small venture for this country to expend S3Gi(m0
for thi promotion of agriculture especially when
we consider the soil and the possible develop
ment of this Archipelago. The encouragement
of agriculture should be the chief aim at present.
His Excellency jocosely objected to the in
cluding of woolen mills aud sheep raising among
the products of agriculture, he thought that the
business of sheep raising could well take care of
of itself antl required no aid from any treaty or
subvention. Agriculture however, needed the
aid of the treaty aud whatever otier aid could be
extended by the Government, and it would
amply repay the country for the care and in
terest taken iu its proper development. He
seconded the motion made by His Excellency the
Minister of Finance.
Hon. Mr. Pilipo objected to debt, and was
opposed to the proposed loan ; he moved the
indefinite postponement of the bill.
Hon. Mr. Nawahi was also opposed to the
passage of the bill, aud spoke for Some minutes
decidedly in opposition to the authorization of
the proposed lean.
His Excellency W. M. Gibson, in answer to
some remarks made by the Hon. membeis from
Kona and Ki'o, said that there was not the
slightest danger to the liberty or independence
of the country ou account of n reasonable loan.
He desired to say that the Government did not
intend to offer any securities ; the subject of
security was not considered iu the bill. He was
in Mexico at a time when money was desired by
that Government, her credit was not good, and
she had to pledge a portion of her revenues.
Egypt was also in a bad condition, and could not
obtain money in the open market. She needed a
bondsman. Her debt was guaranteed. This
country was in a different condition ; it pledged
simply its credit ; it offered only a, piece of
paper, a bond for the cash, and if those who have
money do not wish to lend it, then the Govern
ment could not borrow. The Ministry did not
intend to make any pledges, or run any risks,
nor df they intend in any way to jeopardise
the interests of the country.
On motion, the ajes and nays were taken on
the passage of Section 1, and resulted as fol
lows : 39 nays, 3 ayes; those voting aye being
Hons. Nawahi, Kauwila, and Pilipo
Sections 2, 3, 4, 5 and G of the Bill were
passed with but little opposition, and at 4 o0 p.m.
the Committee lose and the bill was recom-men.'.n-
lo th Asseml y to be passed to en
grossment. Approved and bill ordered to be
read a third time on the 29th instant.
At 4.55 the Assembly adjourned until 10 a.m.
Thcksday, July 27th 18S2.
House met at the usual hour.
--o it-ports from Standing Committees.
IIoiTr-ttl-. I'ce from the Special Com
mittee! to vnSBT4h?u referred a bill re
lating to the "suppressrelu'se?.e among
animals imported into the lKiaSVanK,n"
dom," reported the bill back witTri"cLem'
ments and recommended the
the bill to engrossment.
On motion of Hon. C. R. Bishop, the re-
fort of the Committee was received and
aid on the table to be considered with the
Hon. C. R. Bishop read for the first time
a bill to amend Section 829 of the Civil
Code, relating to the jurisdiction of the Su-
fireme Court. Ordered to second reading
n proper order.
His Excellency the Premier, in answer to
a request of Hon. Mr. Widemann, again
stated that Hon. Mr. Carter was still en
gaged by the Hawaiian Government as
Minister Plenipotentiary to the Court of
Portugal and Commissioner to the 3ourt of
Hon. Mr. Widemann was anxious to
know what Hon. Mr. Carter was doing at j
the Court of France. i
His Excellency W. M. Gibson replied
that he was there in the service of the Gov
ernment. If the Hon. Noble desired more
detailed statement he would be happy to
give as much informotion as was proper
for him to give and was not his action
satisfactory the Government would take
action thereon, but they know of no occa- i
sion at present. His remarks had been al- ;
ready published in the newspapers regard- ;
ing the functions of Hon. Mr. Carte: abroad j
and he was surprised that the Hon. Noble j
should require this repetition.
Hon. Mr. Widemann excused himself on j
the ground that he was not aware of the ex- j
tent of the premier's previous remarks on J
the subject, and sat down evidently as much :
in the dark as before propounding the ques- .
tions to His Excellency. i
Hon. Mr. Pahia presented a resolution i
that the sum of $100,000 be set aside out of i
the sum of $300,000 (proposed to be used j
for encouraging agriculture) in the I
$2,000,000 Loan Bill, for the purpose of
loans to native Hawaiians. Also that a I
new section be added to the Government i
Loan Bill, to be entitled Section 4, and !
authorizing the Minister ofFiuance to loan ;
amounts that he may deem proper out of j
the said $100,000 to native Hawaiians. j
The Hon. gentleman said in support of his
resolution, that it had been understood that i
a portion of the money obtained by loan i
was to be loaned again to native Hawaii ens, i
but the bill as passed has no such provision. !
If the Hawaiians were told that they could
not borrow any of the proposed loan, they
would have instructed their Representa
tives to vote against the Loan Bill. ;
On motion of Hon. Mr. Keau, the resolu
tion was laid on the table, to be considered
with the third reading of the bill. !
Hon. Frank Brown, under suspension of
the rules, presented a report from the Com- ;
mittee on Commerce and Agriculture, and 1
on a petition from the Hawaiian Agricul- i
tural Society, asking for the sum of $5,o0 j
to assist the objects of the Association, j
favoring the petition, and recommending
that the amount be inserted in the Appro- '
On motion of Hon. J. M. Ivapena, the re- '
port was received ami laid on the table, to
be considered with the Appropriation Bill, j
Hon. Mr. Pilipo, under suspension of the !
rules, presented a report from the Sanitary ,
Committee, recommending that several ;
petitions, praying that Dr. Fitch be ap- !
pointed to the Queen's Hospital, be re
On motion of Hon. Mr. Aholo, the report I
of the committee was approved. I
Hon Mr. Keau moved the Order of the ;
On motion of His Excellency the At- ,
torney-General, the rules were suspended, ,
ami the hill to "Regulate the receipts, j
custody, and issue of the public moneys, '
and to provide for the audit of public ac- 1
counts," was read for the third time (by j
title) and passed.
On motion of Hon. Mr. Kalua the bill I
providing a settlement on Mrs. Nahaolelua
was read a third time and passed.
Hon. Mr. Aholo moved the suspension of
the rules and the bill providing for a settle
ment for A. P. Brickwood, was read for the
Hon. Frank Brown moved that the bill
pass. Hon. Mr. Kalua moved the indefinite
postponement which latter motion was
The Appropriation Bill was then taken
up for its third and final reading the items
being passed as follows:
His Majestv's Privy Iurse and
; Royal state JVU'OO
The above amount is an increase over that
! asked for by the Government. During the
: discussion incident to the passage of the
item. Hon. Mr. Kalukou advanced the ex
traordinary and unwarrantable statement
that th i'rosidoii: of the United States re
ceives not alone -"'.''i per year salary,
but a!o has acve-s t a private purse of
$3.('n ', '. which he can draw from and
expend at Iiis plea-iire and devoid of
any interference from the lAgislature."
Her Maietv the Queen $10.0iK
H.R.H. the ileir Presumptive 1 '3,000
The last item is an increase of $6,Ch over
the amount presented in the original bill.
Hon. Mr. Aholo in support of the passage
of the item remarked that although Her
Highness was but a woman she had dis
played the mind and ability of a man, and
especially during the prevalence of the
small-pox epidemic when her firmness in
not giving way to the great pressure
brought to bear in the shape of petitions
and personal interviews greatly assisted in
keeping the disease from spreading to the
other islands. The allowance was small,
and some increase should be made. The
A discussion occurred iu connection with
the passage of the item, ou motions made
by Hon. Mr. Aholo to pass the item, and
at the same time that the previous ques
tions be put, stopping further debate. The
Chair ruled that Hon. Mr. Aholo' s motion's
were correct and made in proper order.
Hon. Mr. Iseiiberg appealed from the ruling
of the Chair.
President Rhodes said in defence of his
.ruling that, although he did not think it
proper that two motions should be made by
one peison at the same time, yet it was a
precedent established by the Assembly in
170 which lie was bound to adhere to.
Hon. Mr. Aholo favored the ruling and
considered it established by precedent. Did
not consider that the Assembly were a par
cel of boys that would make a ruling one
day and depart from it the next.
His Excellency Edward Preston said that
he was s rry to do so but was compelled to
support the ruling of the Chair, it having
been the practice adhered to since his ap
pearance iu the Assembly, now for the
fourth time. The practice was binding on
the Assembly unless altered by a ruling of
the House. A similar question came up in
1S7G and was debated for nearly one week,
resulting iu the present practice being es
tablished. Hons. Keau, Iseiiberg, Nawahi and Wid
emann also spoke on the subject; the ques
tion was however finally put to vote
and the ruling of t he Chair sustained.
At 12:30 the Assembly took a recess until
2 p. in.
On the re-assembling of the House the
following items were considered ami passed
as now printed, those marked with an
asterisk being new items inserted at this
H.R.H. Princess Likelike $ 12,000
H.H. Princess Kaiulani 5,000
His Majesty's Chamberlain.... 7,000
His Majesty's Traveling Expenses
around "the wolnL 22,500
Her Majesty Queen Emma $ 10,0u0
His Ex. P. Kanoa 2,400
H. S- Swinton 600
J. P. E. Kahaleaahu 400
Mrs. N. Kipi 600
Hon. H. Kuihelani 1,200
Mrs, P. Nahaolelua fiOO
LEGISLATURE AND 1'KIVV COUNCIL.
Expenses of Legislature of 1SS2 $ 25,000
Secretary of Privy Council 200
Incidentals of Privy Council 100
Salary Chief Justice and Chancellor $12,000
Salary First Associate Justice 10,000
Salary Second Associate Justice 10,000
Salary Clerk Supreme Court 6,000
Salary Deputy Clerk 3.S00
Salary Librarian and Copyist 1,500
Salary Interpreter Supreme and Police
Salary Clerk Police Court, Honolulu
Salary Circuit Judge, Maui
iVpswivelliiig expenses ditto
Salary Ci"cu't JlR'e Kohala, Kona,
etc Vc V" " V V' "
Salary Circuit j ufe haUl
Salary Police Justice Honolulu........
Salary Police Justice, Hiio
Salary Police Justice, Eahaina 2,000
salary l'oiice Justice, Waiiuku 2,400
.salary uistrict Judge, North Hiio...
Salary District Judge, Puna..
Salary District Judge, Kau
Salary District Jinlge,-North Kona...
Salary District Judge, South Kona...
Bal. sal. due District Judge S. Kona
Salary Police Justice, North Kohala
Salary District Judge, South Kohala
Salary District Judge, Hamakua
Salary District Judge, Honuaula
Salary District Judge. Makawao
Salary District Judge, liana
Salary District Judge, Lanai
Salary District Judge, Molokai
Travelling expenses Justice, Molokai
Salary District Judge Ewa
Salary District Judge Waianae
Salary District Judge Waialua
Salary District Judge Koolauloa
Salary Distrii-t Judge Koolaupoko...
Salary District Judge Hanalei
Salary District Jud.e Kawaihau
Salary District Judge Lihue
Salary District Judge Koloa
Salary District Judge Waimea
Salary Clerk Second JudicialCircuit
Salary Clerk Third Judicial Circuit
Salary Clerk Fourth Judicial Circuit
Expenses of Supreme Court 4,000
expenses ot witnesses in Criminal
cases to he allowed hy Presiding
Expenses Second Judicial Circuit.. ..
Expenses Third Judicial Circuit
Expenses Fourth Judicial Circuit
Purchase of Law Books
Stationery and incidentals of all
Translating fc Printing Heports vol
Pay of Clerk Police Justice
Chinese interpreter and translator
Pay of Messengers
D E PA HTM EN T r. F FO REIGN A FFA IRS.
Salary of Minister 12,000
Oftice" expenses Foreign Agents
Coronation of His Majesty the
Reception of foreign ollicial guests
and incidentals $2o,0o0
Expenses Foreign Missions
Envoy I-2xtraorUin;iry ami Minis
ter Plenipotentiary at Wash
ington, Expenses Incidental to Legation
Relief and return of indigent Ha
waiians from abroad
Purchase of Decorations
Education of Hawaiian youths in
Aid to volunteer military compa
nies Drill shed
Band, flags and salutes
Arms and accoutrements
Purchase of Ordinance
His Excellency W. M. Gibson
the last mentioned item to the
the Assembly and stated that although the
Ministry had thought seriously of revoking
the order, which had been forwarded by the
Acting-Chamberlain, yet in connection
with the circumstance's surrounding the
case, it could not well be done without im
pugning the honor of His Majesty the King
and the Kingdom, therefore the Ministry
presented the item of $15,000 for Ordinance
and hoped the Assembly would favor its
passage. The Premier spoke at some length
on the subject and on the conclusion of his
remarks the item, on vote, was passed.
National Museum $3,000
Purchase of books for Government Li
brary, Govt Librarian and and Cu
rator for Museum 3,000
On motion of Hon. Mr. Kauai, the vote
fixing the allowance to Her Majesty the
Queen was reconsidered.
At 52:0 p.m. the Assembly adjourned
until 10 a.m. next day.
FINE COTTAGE RESIDENCE
OuBeretauia Street, Kulaokaliua Plains
norsB cotumm: paklok. wmso
Room. Thrw F.ne lie.lro.-u. Ila'ti arJ lri.r.5 Room.
Kitchen, r. AU. S.-mni'i Ko cn. l-nrte 1'arruif- i; mtf
an l Subira f r Ttir- ll-.r-v.
T:.e interior rf ihe I'm-iunf lia ia li:itnli uif '.v flni'litJ.
ith U;rrrl wills, rjrntcta an. I rnlie pucf.MiJ con
The liruund. are tifai'y Li J '-t with I'.v.aT t;..r.i-ii in
front of bcute, and
Front 200 feet on Beretaim Street, run
ning back 300 feet to Kinau Street.
A pplr on the premises to
V. I. TOLER.
Visions of the Kins nml oilier
By the Key. T. Blackbcbs. l'.A. Jate of. Honolulu.;
CJf" Mar be had through all T.vikiiltr or from
W. S. KEFFINUTON SON,
jyl3 w4 1 03 PiooaJifly. London.
FOR SALE CIII:AI
tJQ- Kniiuire at tl.e I'llice i f
J w myG tf 1-Icrvvniimi VTotol.
CAREI1GE IAKEE !
A X X O IT X CKS Til A T
Opened aShopron Fort street,
Aborc Hotel (in Hie Old iloYrrmnent BuilJiiigt), wh. ro
lie ia prepnri'J lo liuild
LATEST and BEST DESIGNS !
First-Class Mechanics Employod
And Nothing !Bnt
Carefully Selected Materials Used
Eir" Particular and I'romjtt Attention
given lo All Kinds of Repairing.
OKDEKS I'KUM THK DTIIF.lt. ISLANDS
VI I.I. BE FA IT I! Ft I.I. V
we i.xi'Ecr vmi
Saris Edward lYIa-y
Due in all May, a Small Lot of the Oh-hrateil
PI LS ELMER BEER !
Which we 0Q.-r, " lo Arrive," In y.iamltiHi
to Suit ruichaai-rn. AIs j.
WINES V UQU us
OOOl y L' A MTU"."
m2w71ra KU. II0U lll.U t.l i: A. (
The lfst IVrculf shirt-, t-xtr:i crrrs ntnl
two collars, for only $l ;'. , hi Chas. I'ishkls
. - 8 Cui
A.. "W. BUSH, Manager.
Nay, grain amd Mixed feed,
(if all kin.l.-i k"pt Oiifll;iii-.1j- irm'n k and noi l at a ehade below regular rnl'-a.
O V K MANACF.lt VIMIss.t.V I'll A . CISCO H Ki L'lA It I. V FOU THE VVUVOHa OT
buyioK ua our siipi.'.o-., and a we buy iu Larger Quantities than an other dealer,
P A. Y C A I-I ,
AMJ AT THK SAMK TIMK SKl't It K
-Freiglats at BOTTOM Hates,
We are prewired to Supply our Friend an! Patron! at i.ricee that will
WE I1AVK NOW ON JiANU TOE I.ARCE.-T STOCK OF
MAY, CffVXTV AND XEEO
FOR ILL KINDS OF STMIK, HI IT UN UK lOl.ND ANIWIIKKI' IN THE CITY, l.ND ARE PRE
PAUF.D TO ITRMMI OIK IT! I FN IIS ON THE OTHER ISLANDS WITH
CAEGO LOTS if Required.
WESELL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
and repectluily aolict ord.'r. from tl.e S M A I. I.K It IIKAI.KH to whom we are prepared
to make ape'lal rates for any pun hae of ovr
FIVE TONE OF HAY OR GRAIN.
by prompt attention (o the war.t" of our r.ut .er-us . uxt'.aH-r vt hope for a continuance of the patronage to liberally blUw4
upon w in the p.t, an 1 it will he our euiJ.-avor to keep on hand at all timea
FEED OF THE BEST CiUAJLITY.
Careful Attention Given to the Shipping of Orders to other Islands.
AND PROMPT DEALING GUARANTEED.
OUK. MAN AG r II will !;t San Franciica by th next atearoer to purchaae freah luppliei for ou alreaJy aitanalrt atock
and will bs happy to execute any orlera for gooJa tht may to required by our patroni
FREE OF CHARGE.
All Orders to be sent to
A FINE EOT OF
T FEET CEDAR POSTS,
Tar stipt rior to K 1wh1 in all particulars.
FOU SALE BY
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
UAYIXn OX SRVERd. CCAION
f-.ven the ul:ie triJenc of thorough comprteoca In
TUNING & REGULATING PIANOFORTES
la which b hai liaJ loof experience.
MR. ISIDOR ROSENCRANTZ,
liefer! to ihe following Trallioonlali
Thi ia to Ctnirr tliat after a rarrful examination of
tlie tfift and rxrfriPlice of Mr. ISIPOH ItOsKNCRANTZ
in hegnlatinu au.t TutiltiK I'lanoa. I nioal IllltiRl jr uU
fiTilw mv iiiruf in vroiiouiii-lnii him a moat competent
au.l tali iitH.I a tl! in M" i-allum, ami take ureal pleaaur
lu re.-iiiiiien.lni;t Imu t all who iolre the arrTlea of
Miperior roaMi r. U-.-tt ully. M. II K BO EH,
I wih alo to acquaint Ihe j.ub.ic tu the aame manner with
my capubil ly In giving Ijejaona In
VOCAL ami INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC !
after the mt Hrore.t I imean mrthoda.
AJ.lre.a: HI !EXCHSTZ.
Tliriirn'a Fort Ft. htr,
jtiJ9 .l&w tin r I'aliurr'a lriui Store.
JAS. G. HAYSELDEN,
ARCHITECT & BUILDER,
IIO.NCHIJIU, II. I.
K Ji l
Oct ail Drawings I
Muile on application anil at ahorl notice.
Estimates Given on all Work
Coimtrteil llh the
UihIht it he In
IRON STONE. BRICK. CONCRETE.
BRIDGE OR WOOD WORK
Will vii.il any part of II, e oilier lalan.la to T1M ATK
ami DHAW I'l.AN for ro.
Mill Works, Bridges or Residences
nindificatio ef Old HutlJtngt a Speetmilg.
First Class Work Guaraiitood
AD UK MS: J A S. tl . II A 1 NRLI) KN,
Care of Architect Bulkier
8. O. Wilder A Co., Honolulu. II.
II :i rein ii fs
my 27 lm
Switches, Curls, Seams, Coquets, Waves,
Wigs, etci, etc
MIH. HIirtGliHri keepa on hand for Sale, very select Block
cl Inviaible and o'her llalr I'ina, Invieibl Hair Nets,
Crimping l'ln' Pinr-hing Irona, Cornnela, Ladle Floe
Ulack Com I. a, Dreaaing and r'lue Com ha. Child
ren'a Celluloid and Kubbi r Koood Combe,
Hair Uroahea, Hair Uila, Vine Uualltlee of
Coloicu-a, Hay Kurn and Florida
Water, Fine Face Powdrr and
Cainmcliinp, etc , etc. A I to
Warranted it o!i:auae Ihe Bcalp and llalr from all
Will's. ((Mill: IS and OTIIl'tt HAIR WOKK !
lt.-ilre.ne I an I Piped to Order, and at abort Notlee.
XV Kwneiiili-r the H.I Ire... si, Frl Htrret, nearly oppoalte
the Fort rtlreet ."chool. TKI.KPJIONE NUMBKK I ftU.
82H2Mf Mil. ItL'HGiKSS.
1 FEED GO,
MAX AO 12 It OF UNION FEED CO.