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$he $ailg Igullciin.
, SATURDAY, MAY G, 1882.
The only nut mil business transact
ed in the Assembly yesterday, was
the pnssngu to engrossment of the
I ill milking tlic hnrbnr of M:liiiUona,
llmvtiii, a port of entry ami depar
ttnv for foreign shipping; and a. re
Mihition appropriating the sun of
$'.'5,000 for the purpose of defray
ing the expenses of tbe Session of
A number of resolutions wore of
fered, providing for tbe insertion in
thu appropriation bill of various
amounts for internal improvements
among others, $200,000 for a rail
road through Hamakua, Hawaii all
of which were laid on the table until
mich time as that bill shall be intro
duced. Alter a session of an hour and a
half, there being no further "business
before the House, an adjournment
r took place.
Correction. The suggestion
made by the Hon. Mr. Pilipo in the
.Assembly on Thursday, that a statue
of -His Majesty Kamehamcha III. be
erected, was not put to vote and
consequent!' was not " carried by a
large majority," as reported in the
I, C. Advertiser of yesterday. It
failed of a second. But the resolu
tion for making a national holiday of
the birth-day of Kauikeaouli the
Good, was passed, without opposi
tion. The Minister might with per
tinency have inquired of the mover
what day in the year he would pre
fer to have so set apart for the fact
is, it never was definitely settled ex
actly when lie was born, at Keauhou
in Kona, Hawaii. To be sure, the
17th of March was the day observed
during the King's lifetime, but it
was suspected that Irish intlucnoe
had something to do with the selec
tion of the day.
Prison Labor. According to the
Report of the Marshal to the In
terior Department,' the Prison re
ceipts for the year ending March 81,
amounted to $38,858.58, being 811,
55)1.88 more than for the corres
ponding period in 1881. In the mat
ter of expenditures for the support
of prisoners, and the receipts of pri
sons, during the past two years, there
is a balance to the credit of the lat
ter of $6,841.05 the prisoners have
earned that much over and above
their own support. Both the Mar
bhal and the Minister seem to favor
the idea of keeping the prisoners at
work within the prison walls, if
possible, and recommend the subject
to the consideration of the Assembly.
The Band will givo n concert at
Emma Square this afternoon, com
mencing at 4:80 o'clock. Follow
ing is the programme :
Overture-Emma of Bcsburg.. Meyerbeer
March- Uluudl Frayling
Quartette Huntsman's Farewell
Polka l'apllio Pierce
Selection The Last Days of Pompeii,
. . . .by request I'etrella
Seleefion OlUetle (by request)
The Hawaiiau bark Iolnni arrived
at Falmouth on Match 29th, 119
days from San Francisco.
TXT ANTED, a situation br Book-keep-
TT er, by u competent man. Address
A, JW Luniiig's office, Merchant st.
"MT ANTED By a young man who U
' thoroughly tomei-saut In KuglbOi,
French, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese
and Clilueno languages, a position as
Hook-keeper, Clerk or lutcipioter.
Apply to J. W. Houektsok a Co.. L3 ltn
WANTED, three girls, compe
tent to trim und sow dresses,
tit Mrs. A. M. Mellis' Dress, Cloak
and Mantle Making Establishment,
104 Fort street. 74 lw
Thu entertainment on Tuesday
evening last (repeated on Wednes
day) has been so highly praised by
ourybody, and more especially the .
ndmii able Tableau and Pantomime, J
that we feel sure we shall giatifyj
qur leaders by giving, jib we do be
low, a copy of the cost of charac
ters of each piece as piesented:
1 I'lXtUNO Oh' MOSKS.
Piine.'ss, Mits Nellie Richardson;
Baby Alu-ih Damon, Jr.; Maids,
Miss's Annie Parke, Plia'bc Dow
sett. Minnie Kinney, Clara Coney,
Sarah King, Maggie Alelntyic.
2 KINU KOPIIETL'A AKU THE UKUOAK
King, J. M. Monsarrat; Beggar
Maid, .Miss Kate Mossman; Atten
dants, Messrs. Tucker, Deeiing.
Otear White, Mrs. Kclinousehneidcr,
Mrs. W. W. Hnll, Misses Edith
Purvis and Carrie Castlo.
8 bLKUI'lNO BEAUTT.
Sleeping Beauty, Mibs Julia Judd ;
Prince, John Dowsett ; , The Old
Fairy, Miss Bernice Parke ; Fairies,
Pauline Fyfe, May Fyfe, Edith
Cruzan, Edith Eldridge, Kuto Mc
Grow and the Misses Glade.
Other Characteis. Phoebe Dow
sett, Florence Luce, Mrs. F. P.
Hastings, Miss Jennie Parke, M. D.
Monsaifat, J. M. Monsarrat, II. M.
Whitney, Jr., C. R. Scarborough,
S. B. Dole, F. P. Hastings.
4 FROM WINTER'S TALE.
Hcrmionc, Mrs. McGrew ; King,
S. B. Dole ; Other Characters, Miss
Burbank, Miss Collins, Miss Dora
Dowsett, W. W. Hall, Dr. Emerson,
J. M. Monsarrat.
5 SCEKES FROM DICKENS.
1st. Scene Tim Windier, F. M.
Swanzy ; Little Marchioness, Zoo At
kinson. 2nd. Scene Pickwick, W.
A. Whiting. Other Characters,
Mrs. Kinney, Miss Kinney, Mrs.
Tucker, Mrs. W. W. Hall, Miss
Phtt'be Dowsett, Sarah King.
6 PANTOMIME BLUE BEARD.
Blue' Beard, R. F. Bickerton;
Salem, W. W. Hall; Ruther, Oscar
White; Fatiroa, Mrs. Bickerton;
Sister Ann, Miss Sarah King ; Moth
er, Mrs. Tucker.
7 SIIAESFEARE BECITINO.
Shakspeare, Mr. Starkey ; Queen
Elizabeth, Mrs. F. P. Hastings;
Poge, Katie McGrew. Other Char
acters, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. J . C. Glade,
Mrs. E. P. Adams, Mrs. W. W.
Hall, Miss Burbank.
Electra, Mrs. McGrew. Other
Characters, Miss Burbank, Mrs.
Hastings, M. D. Monsarrat, Mrs.
Allen, Mr. Furneaux, Mrs. Bicker
ton, Pauline Fyfe, Katie McGrew.
9 FAN DRILL.
Misses A. and B. Parko, May,
Judd, Phcebo Dowsett, Dora Dow
sett, Katie Mossman, Minnie Kinney,
Florence Luce, Susy Comly, Purvis.
We are requested to say that the
Ladies superintending the lunch
tables at the Loan Exhibition on
Monday and the following days,
from 12 to '2 o'clock, will be happy
to face all comers. Mechanics will
please understand that thev will be
welcome, right from their work.
A native report comes from Ko
hala that a Chinaman there had
committed suicide by shooting him
self with a pistol, it was said because
ho had lost all his money at card
In Error; Wc were in error yes
tciday as to the amount proposed bv
the Hon. Mr. Nawahi for a railroad
in the district of Hilo. It should
have read $250,000, instead of $50,
000. JOHN A. HASSINGER,
Agent to tukc Acknowledgments to
Contracts for Labor, Interior Ulce,
Honolulu. . J
WING WO CHAN & Co.,
22 Nuuanii street,
Importers und Dealers in Chinoso
Goods and Groceries.
Always on hand, Teas ol all quali
ties suitable for family or plantation
f E. WISEMAN, 27 Merchant st.,
.... ..., ..imjj.uj 11.11(1.
okuui, uiiu uuuunu UIUCC JJUS1I1C8S.
Telephohe, No. 17a.
District Attorneys. Govern
ment will recommend a recurrence
to the old system of twenty-fivo
years ago, when there was a Crown
Attorney lesident in each ol the
Judicial Circuits of Hawaii, Maui
and Kauai. The plau worked well
then, und with thu increased busi
lR'bi of the Comts in these days it
would seem to be a necessity.
The Quurteily Meeting of the Ho
nolulu Athletic Association will bo
held in. the Aiiuoiy this evening, at
i :80. All members of tho Associa
tion are asked to be present. Their
attention will be called to the busi
ness of tho Directory during tho
past three mouths, und their inten
tions as to the future.
At the residence of tins bride's father,
j. a. nopper, usq,., oil tne n lust.,
by J. A. ciuzuiiMlulster, assisted by
ltev. B. C. Damon, Air. K. Wells
Peterson und MUs Alary J. Hopper,
both of Honolulu.
g- n jl. is x
LOAN EXHIBITION !
For the Beue'fitof the Building
Fund of the
Library & Beading Boom
The above Exhibition will embrace
a large collection of articles in the
1st Pictures and Engravings,
2nd Bronzes, Carvlt.gs, Statuary and
3rd Antiquities and Curiosities,
4th Coins, Medals, Jewels and Laces,
5th Natural History, Including Shells,
Cth Chinese and Japanese Goods.
will bo held in
(corner Fort and Queen sts.,)
Which has been kindlv nlannd nt.
the disposal of the Association for
The Exhibition will
Monday Even'cr. Mav 8th.
at 7:30, and continue one week,
opening each day at 11 a.m., and
closing at 10 p.m.
OSgT Refreshments will be served
every uuy nt moderate prices, as
follows: Hot and cold Lunch from
12 to 2, and Ice cream, cakes, &c.,
in tho evening.
There will also be .
Entertainments of Music,
In the Evenings.
Single Admission $0 50
Season Tickets 2 fin
Children Half price
I lckcts for sale at tho stores of J. W.
Robertson.& Co. and T. G. Thrum
ail'd at Hollistcr & Co's drug store.
8. B. Bole, Chairman,
H. P. Poor. Secretary.
82 A. J. Oautwjiiuut. Treasurer.
McChesney & Githens,
Proprietors Honolulu Tannery;
Dealers in Hides, Tallow & Leather,
Also, Groceries, Provisions,
71 Salt, etc., etc., etc.
Amoskcog and Pearl River Blue &
White, Black and Colored Blankets,
Horse and Ice Blankets.
For ialo by
78 lw A. S. Clcghorn & Co.
UNION FEED COMPANY, A. W.
Busn, Manager. See advertise
ment on other page. 28
JAMES HANLON will attend to
lamo or sick hordes. Leavo
orders ut J. W. Itobcrtbon & Co's.
)HOWN & PHILLIPS, Practical
XJ l'lumbeiH, UunFlltersntid Copier
miitlis, No. 1H Nuuunu st., Ilonolilu.
limine mill fcSbln Job Work nromnllv
An nlnrm of fire nt about hnlf past
4 o'clock this morning, called out
tho Department. It was caused by
tho burning of tho cook-houso on
tho pVcmUi's of Mr. J. A. Jaeger,
corner of Kimr and Punnhoii streets.
The Ilia was extinguished by the
assistance of neighbors boloro inc
machines got to the spot. Nothing
positive leal nod as to the origin.
The schooner Ida Schnauor sailed
for San Francisco yesterday, in
command of Capt. Joseph Spencer.
She took nwny 0-105 packages of
sugnr, weighing 710,953 pounds, unit
153 packages of molasses, contain
4284 gallons. Domestic value,
$51,4G8.42; also one passenger,
1 1th rf June.
FLAGS. FLAGS. FLAGS.
E have just received a largo
and BritiBh Flags
n 3, 5 and 7 yard lengths; Jalso Ha
waiian and American Flags, printed
on cloth, from 3 x 5 to 23 x 34 in.
For sale cheap by
85 J. "W. Robertson & Co.
Hon. Nobles and Members
of theJLogislative Amenably!.
Are hereby notified to appear at tljc
opening of the Session on Saturday,
April 29th, at the Legislative Hall,
DRESS COSTUME !
which they will find at the
Honolulu Clothing Emporium
104 Fort Street.
A. M. MELLIS.
Linen and Cotton Shooting,
Towls and Toweling,
Just received by
78 lw A. S. Cleghorn & Co.
Lewera & Cooke,
.Keep constantly on hand a full
Lumber of all Kinds.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Bi ushes of all sorts,
Wall Paper, Nails,
71 Spikes, &c, &c.
NOTICE The DraylnR Business of
my late husband w 111 be carried on
by mc, in tho same manner as heretofore.
Also on hand and for sale, Firewood,
Kakanko Salt, White and Black Sand, in
quantities to suit.
Honolulu, March 24, 1M2. 4
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, Ac.
At Mrs. A. M. Mellis Cloak and
Mantle Making Department,
No. 104 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notice. 72
P. Melnerny, No. 71 l'ort at., above
Hotel street, keeps always on hnnil nn an
sortment of tbe best French and Califor
nia mnnui'ucturcd confectionery, which
ho oilers for salo to tho triulo or nt retail,
ut U'duccil jii'Icuh; also thu bebt brands of
clmico clguH to be had in the market.
The beat ice cream, soda water and cord
ials Coll aud try tbum. 1
Prices of Cartage :.
ON and AFTER tho 1st of MAY,
1882, tho following prices will
bo charged on all
Sugar, Bice, Iron,
Coal (loose or bagged),
Cartage On nil sugar and rice,
25 cts per ton of 2000 lbs., within
tho following boundaries :
Steamer shed and tho City Front, on
a lino of tho above named ware
house. Also from Brewer's wharf to tho
From Esplanade to the Queen street
37$ cts per ton.
All sugar and rice to be delivered on
the wharf and not on the vessels'
rail, ns formerly. If delivered
on the vessels rail 87
cts per ton.
Coal, bagged, 37 1-2 cts per ton, 2240 lbs
loose, 60 cts.; or any part thereof.
Lots of coal over 50 tons, 40 cts a ton
Carting and piling coal J per agreement
Bricks $1 per lOOo '
" pressed, 81.50 per 1000
Lime or Cement 117 1-2 cts a load;
Merchandise to bond 87 1-2 single load
" from bond 50 cts
" to the island steamers and sclirs,
50 cts single load
Molasses 37 1-2 cts single load
General merchandise, exclusive of the
above clause, 37 1-2 cts load or ton
Including the following boundaries
Beretania, Alakea and Maunakea.
streets and City Front,
Iron and machinery CO 'cts load or ton
Extra heavy machinery and safes as per
Lumber 50 cts per 1000
Posts 1-2 cent each l
Shingles 50 cts per 10,000 . ,
Itubblsh and dirt 50'cts single load
Boats 75 cts each
Black sand per special agreement
White sand 2,50 single load
Wood 50 cts cord
Furniture as per agreement.
From the City Front to any of the
following places :
Kukul street 0.50 load
School st. bet. Emma & Bridge 0.75"
Walpiula 1.00 "
Judd st 1.50 "
Ice works .2.50 "
Lelco and School sts I.qO "
Funul fry. 2.00 "
Kohololoa v. .1.00 "
Kukuako 1.00 "
Waller (Kallhi) 3.00 "
Pauoa 2.50 "
Fawaa 1.C0 "
Funuhou 2.00 K
Insane Asylum 2.50 "
Alapal's (Palama) 1.60 "
Queen's Hospital I . . . 0.75 "
Kerosene House.... ". 0.75 "
Oahu Prison 1.00 "
To Gov't Powder Magazine, per
load of 1000 lb: or less 5.00
Prom ditto ditto 8.00
HOKATIO G. dtABBE,
S. M. Cabtkk,
W. F. SlIAnBATT,
IIebbard & Co.
Geo. H. Robertson,
Mks. C. P. Waiid, r
77 per F. Hustace, Manager.
WILDER A Co., -
General Agents for tho
Mutual Life Insurance Go.
of New York,
The Largest, Safest and Most
Economical Life Insurance Co.
in the world,
Cash assets, - '- over 890,000,000
For information concerning tho
Company and for rates of insurance
apply to Wilueu & Co., General
Agents ; or J. E. Wiseman, Solicit
ing Agent. 71
IkfcUIlt. GKHTZ, No. 80 Fort st.
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