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WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1882.
In view of tlui immigration of vnri
oimnnd Incongruous nationalities that
lias boon going on for some time
past, and which is likely to bo con
siderably iiu'renscil in the near
future, it becomes absolutely neces
sary, for obvious reasons, that tlie
laws in regard to tlie naturalization
of foteiguerH in this Kingdom should
be revised and amended. Tho pre
bent law in rcguul to this subject
may be found in Sections 428 to' 434
of the Civil Code. The power to ad
minister tlie ontli of allegiance is ab
solutely in the. discretion of the
Minister of the Interior, and lie may
deputize that power to bis chief
clerk. No term of previous resi
dence is required in the applicant
lie may anivo to-day and becomo a
full-Hedged Hawaiian to-morrow, if
the Minister sees tit. "We do not
say that any mischief lias as yet rc
Milted from the law, but it leaves
ton much of an .open door for mis
chief in the future.
In the United States, although im
migiation is greatly encouraged, the
naturalization laws are quite rigor
ous. The applicant for thiB privi
lege, after a two years' residence in
the country, makes oath of his in
tention to become a citizen. Three
years later, having borne a pood
character in tho meantime, and re
sided one year in the jurisdiction of
tho Com t whcro he makes his final
application, he may be admitted to
tho rights of citizenship. The oath
administered there, however, is
much more "iron-clad" than the
form required by our statute, or that
need be, inasmuch as all allegiance
and fidelity is foresworn to every
piince. potentate, state or sovereign,
and paiticularly to that under which
the applicant was born.
Wo understand that more th.in one
bill, on tho subject, is projected.
Tho lunch tabic at the Loan Exhi
bition about noon j-csterday appeared
to be, as Mrs. Partington would say,
the most populous place in town. A
good many broke through their usual
restaurant luuch routine to patronize
the ladies, and sill came away pleas
ed with both tho viands and the at
tendants. Tho bill of fare is cer
tainly tempting, especially so when
the waiters arc fair as well. The
large loom used for tlie lunch tables
was well filled between twelvo and
one o'clock, and had a wonderfully
tempting, cosy and family appear
At tlie Hull of tho
Art Loan Exhibition
This Wednesday Evening.
Vocal Duct Ml'-s Bcrnlcc Pnrkc
ami Mrs J F Brown.
Voc.il Solo Mrs Ilanford.
Vocal Qu irtctli) Wl Jones,
V W Hull, McCartney and
H Will Jones. 85
WANTED a Stonemason. For
particular apply to II. Ilnck
feld & Uo. 84
LOST, at .the Art Loan Exhibi
tion or between Irwin's corner
und Likoliko wharf, a Gold Brace
let iii.il ked "Kattio S.Spalding."
The fiudu' will ho suitably rewarded
uy leaving satiui ut tuu U. o. Von
sulatc. 76 et
TTOL1 ,IS N ,U,& Co.. &bfilMMle
-ft-- ' " '' "n:'". "itfaiif
crs of 1'ino Tuturcos und , and
Miumfiu wire;., of tfoda Water, Ginger
Ale, 6-c, if. 13
At tho morning session yesterday,
the Assembly voted three hundred
2-eent postage stamps for each mem
ber. A resolution was referred to the
Finance Committee providing for an
outlay of $80,000 for water pipes for
irrigation in Hamnkua, Hawaii.
Hut the matter which was tlie
event of tho session, and created no
little excitement, was tho following,
introduced by the Hon. Noble S. K.
"Whereas, W. N. Armstrong,
Minister of tho Interior ad interim,
did grant to one John S. McGrcw a
lease of tho Government property
known as tho Hawaiian Hotel, at the
low rent of $2,500 per annum ; and,
whereas, said lease was executed in
a secret and clandestine manner, and
in violation of the spirit of the Act
approved Sept. 25, 187(! ;
" Now, therefore, bo it Resolved,
That this Assembly do hereby cen
sure said Minister for his action in
Tho Resolution was laid on tlie
table and the House took a recess
until 1 o'clock r. m. On re assem
bling, tlie House went into Com
nlitteo of the Whole, Gov. Domini
in the Choir, and on motion of the
Hon. Mr. Pilipo, tho Resolution was
referred to a special committee, with
authority to send for persons and
papers. The Committee are, Hon.
Messrs. Pilipo, Kaulukou, Kalua,
Kaai and Widemann. The House
then adjourned to this morning at 10
A very pleasant entertainment con
sisting of a vocal Duct, Solo and
Quartette is promised for this even
ing, at the Art Loan Exhibition.
Sec the Programme in another
Hon. J. Mott Smith created some
merriment in the Assembly yester
day, in response to the nomination
by Mr. Pilipo of Mr. S. as a mem
ber of the Hotel Investigation Com
mittee. Ho had carried that Hotel
alone for some ten years, and had
got enough of it. lie spoke of the
wondrous change that even four
years had produced in men's views
of tilings and of one another. Four
years ago Mr. Pilipo would never
have dreamed of asking Mr. Smith
to serve on such a committee, and
Mr. S. then thought Mr. P. a can
tankerous sort of a fellow but now,
lie entertained quite a different
opinion of him. Circumstances
alter cases, vastly.
At tho Foi t street Church to-night
Mr. Cruznn will take for his theme,
"Our Work and Our Outfit."
Per Steamer "Australia,"
Just received and for salo by
85 lw HENRY MAY & Co.
So favorably known throughout the
Hawaiian Islands, bold by all
No. 13 Liliha fat., Honolulu. 71
"The Planters' Monthly,"
Price 15 cents a copy.
Subscription price - - $l.C0nyear.
Send ordors to
J. W. Roiiektson & Cc.
Linen and Cotton Sheeting,
jTowls and Toweling,
uubt received uy
78 lw A. S. Clcghorn & Co.
UNION FKKT) COMPANY, A. W,
Ucsii, Mmuger. See aUveitbe
ment on other page. , 2S
lt'ii i epoited that the teceluts for
the first day nt the Loan Exhibition
amounted to $100. A very fair be
2,180 packages of sugar come to
hand this morning.
GB .A. TV X
For the Benefit of tho'lluildinjr
Fund of tho
Library & Reading Room
Tho above Exhibition will embrace
a largo collection of articles in tho
1st Pictures and Engraving,
2nd Bronzes, Carvings, Statuary and
3rd Antlquttles anil Curiosities,
Ith Coins, Medals, Jewels and Laces,
Mb Natural History, including Shells,
conns, terns, etc.,
(ith Chinese and Japanese Goods.
will bo held in
(corner Fort and Queen sts..
Which has boon kindly placed at
tho disposal of tho Association for
The Exhibition will
Monday EvenV, May 8th,
at 7:30, and continue ono week,
opening oaoh day at 11 a.m., and
closing at 11) p.m.
225" Refreshments will bo served
every day at moderate prices, as
follows: Hot and cold Lunch from
13 to 2, and Ice cream, cakes, &c,
in tho evening.
There will also be
Entertainments of Music,
In the Evenings.
Single Admission 0 f0
Season Tickets 2 00
Children Half price
Tickets for sale at tho stores of J. "W.
Robertson & Co, and T. G. Thrum,
and at Hollistcr & Co's drug store,
S. B. Doli;, Chairman,
II. F. l'ooit, Secretary,
82 A. J. CAitTwniGiir, Treasurer.
Amoskeag and Pearl River Blue &
White, Black and Colored Blankets,
Horse and Ico Blankets.
For salo by
78 lw A. S. Clcghorn & Co.
NOTICE The Draylng Business of
my late husband will be can-led on
by mo, In the same manner as heretofore.
AKo on hand and for sale, Firewood,
Kakaako Salt, White and Black Sand. In
quantities to suit.
Honolulu, March 24,1882. 4
p O N F E C T I O N E It Y ,
P. Mclncrny, No. 71 Fort st., above
TTntfO fttiwnf Irnmiu nlfinvQ nn lintwl n no
--"- .., . h.i.uw .... a. ...... 1,1, UO"
snrtment of tho best French ami Califor
nia manufactured confectionery, which
lift offfirf) tnr H-ln In flu, trnrln up nf ,.. II
lit reduced prices; also the best brands of
uiiuiuu Uigurs m uu nun in ma niorKCt.
The best ice cream, soda water and cord
ials Cull and try them. 1
F. IIOKN, Practical Confectioner, Pastry
Cook aud Baker.
No. 71 Hotel st. Telephone 74. 59
THE OLD CORNER
HaiitBuos., : : Pioprictors.
Served up in first-class stylo at till hours
Open frcm 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&e., &c. Alo,
11th erf June.
FLAGS. FLAGS, i FLAGS.
WE have just leceived a largo
and British Flags
in 3, 5 nnd 7 yard lengths; also Ha
waiian and American Flags, printed
on cloth, from 3 x 5 to 2!) x 31 in.
For sale cheap by
85 J. W. Robertson & Co.
Hon. Nobles and Members
of the Legislative Assembly I
Arc hereby notified to appear at the
opening of the Session on Saturday,
April 29th, at the Legislative Hall,
DRESS COSTUME !
which thoy will find at tho
Honolulu Clothing Emporium
1Q4 Fort Street.
72 A. M. MELLIS.
Hereafter taking a back seat
Will not bo dreaded so much
by persons going to
as has been tho case in tho past.
Mr. Geo, F. Wells
Has imported a large lot of
that ho will furnish to parties de
siring extra seats at
Reasonable Prices !
For further particulars enquire at
Vells' Musio Store, 107-Fort street,
Telephone 179. , 83
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumber, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves t and 'Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &c.
At Mrs. A. M. Mellis Cloak and
Mantle Making Department,
No. 104 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notice. 72
McChesnoy & Githens,
Proprietors Honolulu Tannery ; ,
Dealers m Hides, Tallow & Leather,
Also, Groceries, Provisions,
71 Salt, etc., etc., etc.
JOHN A. HASSINGEU,
" Agent to- take Acknowledgments to
Contracts for Labor. Interior Office,
WING WO CHAN & Co.,
'22 Niiuanu street,
Importers and Dealers in Chineso
Uoous and Uroccnos,
Always on hand, Teas of all quali
ties suitable for family or plantation
T E. WISEMAN, 27 Merchant st,
" Heal Kstato Ilrocr. Einnlovinunt
Agent ami ucnerni uiuce .uusmess.
Telephone, No. 172. K
JAMES HANLON will attend to
lamo or biok horses. Leave
ordors at J. W. Kobertson & Co's,
-1ITTM'N'lrKll. il ftttiintlnn na Tlnnlf.lrnor,
YY cr, by a competent nun. Address
a j, o tv .Laming h oineu, jucrciiauc st
WANTED Uy a young man who Is
thoroughly conversant in English,
French, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese
and Chinese languages, a position as
Book-keeper, Clerk or Interpreter.
Apply to J. W. ItomiRTHON & Co. 03 lm
WANTED, three girls, compe
tent to trim and sow dresses,
at Mrs. A. M. Mollis' Dress, Cloak
and Mantle Making Establishment,
101 Fort street. . 7-1 lw
Prices of Cartage :
ON nnd AFTER tho 1st of MAY,.
1882. tho followlne prices will
be charged on all
Sugar, Bice, Iron,
v Coal (looso or tagged), '
Caktaoe On all sugar and rice,
25 cts per ton of 2000 lbs., within
tho following boundaries :
Steamer shed and the 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 por ton.
All sugar and rice to be delivered on
the wharf and not on tho vessels'
rail, as formerly. If delivered
on the vessels' rail 37J
cts per ton.
Coal, bagged, 37 1-2 ctsper ton, 2240 lbs
" loose, B0 cts. i or any part thereof.
I.ofs of coal over 50 tons, 40 ets'a ton
Carting and piling coal, per agreement
BiicksSl per 1000
" nrcssed. 81.50 per 1000
Lime or Cement .17 1-2 cts a load;
Merchandise to bond 37 1-2 single load
" from oonu 50 cts
" to the island steamers and schrs,,
CO cts single- load
Molasses 37 1-2 cts single load
(jcnoral merchandise, exclusive of tho
above clause, u 1-2 cts load or toil
Including the following boundaries
Bcrctuuia, Alakca and Mauuakca,
streets and City Front,
Iron and machinery 50 cts load or ton
Kxtra heavy machinery and bafos as pop
Lumber 50 cts per 1000 , '
Posts l-2cent each
Shingles 50 cts per 10,000
Rubbish and dirt 60 c$s single load
Boats 75 cts each
Bluek sand per special agreement
White sand 2.50 single load
Wood CO 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 0.7C "
Walpiula ,.., 1.00 "
Judd st t.60 "
Ico works 2.C0 "
Leleo and School sts., l.oO "
Punul 2.00 "
Kohololoa 1.00 "
Kakaako , 1.00 '
"Waller (Kalllu) 3.00 "
Pauoa 2.50 "
Punnhou 2.00 "
Insane Asylum 2.50 "
Alapal's(Paluma)...., 1.50 "
Queen's Hospital 0.75 "
Kerosene House 0.75 "
Oahu Prison 1.00
To Gov't Powder Magazine, per
load of 1000 lb : or lqss 5.00
From ditto ditto 3.00
HoitATIO G. CllABUK,
S. M. CaiitkHj
W. F. SlIAllUATT,
Heiiuard & Co.
Geo. II. Robertson,.
Mns. C. P. Ward,
77 per F. Hustaco, Manager.
WILDER & Co.,
General Agents for the
Mutual Life Insurance Oo.
of Now York,
Tho Largest, Safest and Most
Economical Life Insurance Co.
in tho world,
Cash assets, - - over 890,000,000
For information concerning tho
Company and for rates of insurance
apply to Wilder & Co., General
Agents ; or J. E. Wiseman, Solicit
ing Agent. 71
tOHR. GEUTZ, No. 80 Fort st.
impor'cr and dealer In Cent's,
Ladles' and Children's boots, shoes and
slippers. ' l3
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