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FRIDAY, iMAY 12, 188-2.
The Hon. Mr. Kaukamano, Reprc
eentativo from Hamnkua, Hawaii,
pave notice on Monday of a bill "To
provide a more KtUoient Sanitary
Administration for this Kingdom."
The proposed law, we arc informed,
makes provision for the appointment
by the King of nn ofllccr to bo styled
the. " Mcdioal Director of the King
dom," who is to appoint, with the
' approval of the King, two Assistant
Directors. These three are to bo
medical men, and, with two mem
bers of the Privy Council, nlso
chosen by the King, are to constitute
the National Hoard of Health.
Everything of a medical or sanitary
nature that now belongs by law to
the Board of Health or to tho Minis
ter of the Interior, is by the'new act
to be turned over to the Board there
in created. The' Medical Director
and Assistants are apparently ex
pected to devote their" entire time"' to
the medical and sanitary administra
tion of the Kingdom ; to make visits,
at least once a year, to every dis
trict in the Islands, and examine into
and report ipon tho practice of gov
ernment physicians. Provision is-
made for the appointment of an
Agent, or Sanitary Inspector for the
. District of Honolulu, who may, or
may riot be a physician. The pay I
of the Director and Assistants to be
such as shall be appropriated by tho
Legislature, and they are not to re
ceive any extra compensation what
ever; except travelling and other
necessary expenses, which aro to be
reimbursed to them. Tho Queen's
Hospital (and any other chartered
institution) is expressly mentioned
as not included under the provisions
of the act, which is to go into effect
immediately on its approval by the
To us, who are on the spot where
the outrageous frauds arc supposed
to be carried on as described in the
following paragraph, the whole story
sounds very funny. Absurd as it is,;
however, it will be necessary . that it
be authoritatively disproved.
" New York, April 24 Collector
Robertson of this port has instructed
Special Agent liracket to make a
careful investigation in regard to the
recent importations of sugar. It has
been represented to the Collector
that certain parties, whose names arc
withheld for the present, have been
evading the payment of duty by
bringing sugar to the United States
from the East Indies viahe Hawaii
an Islands. After being taken to
the Hawaiian Islands in a raw state,
thu sugar is put through a centrifug
al process, and then it is shipped to
San Francisco, where it is entered as
Hawaiian product, Ironi bau Fran
cisco it is sent direct to New York.
.Importers thcie evade the duty of
three cents per pound, which they
would be required to pay if the iin
imii tut ions were made direct from the
East Indies. The matter is causing
much excitement among thu sugar
importers and rcllucrs of tins city
Tho Secretary of thu Treasury at
"Washington has staled that he is in
doubt as to whether the method of
importing sugar in the roundabout
way above described is illegal or not,
but as soon as no has ascurtaiucdnll
''the facts and J arrived at u decision,
lie will make an official ruling in the
Bill of Fare
At the Lunch Rooms of tho
Loan Art Exhibition
This Say, Friday;
Roust Turkey, Chicken and Duck,
Corned Uuet, Vcul and Pigeon I'leg,
Potato, Herring mill Sltrltup tiulnds,
ItuetH. Tomatoee and Onions.
Sundwichi'g, Fruit I'lus, Tupiocu pudding
llonic made bread and hot rolls
Tea and coffee.
See Cream and Cake
in thu evening. US
sssmwm $fi$pr iPwfil
Among petitions presented yestcr-.
day the following: Fiom Makawao, '
that the King's allowance be reduced
to $44,(100 per nimum: from Chinese,
merchants of Honolulu, thai an opi
tfui license be granted; from Hilo,'
that thu opium' prohibition be conti
nued ; that a government physiciau
be located there ; from Kona, that
opium prohibition be continued;
from Kauai, that horses be taxed
according to valuation V'fim. Hilo,
that the prohibition of liquor trutllc
be, passed, &e.
It was announced that His Maj
esty had approved ,tho bill making
Mahukona a port of .entry.
The Minister of vFimuico-prcsentcd
the Biennial Hill of, Appropriations.
Ordered printed. i .
Tho Minister of the Interior, read
a bill to authorize a loan'of $500,-
000, for tho encouragement of lm
Mf. Kuulukou's billvto amend thq
law of naturalization, ;.was ordered
printed. (It provides fur one year's
previous resideucu in the country!
and the approval of the King, .before
an alien can be naturalized.). - ..
Mr. J.;MVtt "Smith's bill.iu abolish
peddling .licenses was. read a second
.Mr.. F. Urpw.ngttve notice -of, a
bill to amend the Sunday law.
Mr. Hush, notice of uphill to regu
late the. boring of artesian wells:
An Act to amend, Chapter X'"of
laws of 1880,. ..increasing the juris
diction of District Justices in coses
of assault with dangerous weapons,
was ordered to lie engrossed, ihe
House took arecess at noon. "The
afternoon scsbioikyqs but brief, ,nd
uuiuing oi importance wasuone.
Soon after the City .of Sydncj' left
hero on her last .tfipHo San Fran
cisco, tho pnssengers'raiscd a purse
for Capt. Hallidnjwof the burnt'ship
Norval, amounting to'S 314.37. , -h
Hawaiian Tribe No. I, Imp. OR
M., meets at tho Wigwam, Fort St.,
this sleep, at tho 7th run, 30th
breath. "' '
By a letter from Hilo, dated the
Cthinst., we lern that a Coroner's
inquest hnd been held on the bb'dy
of thu Cliiiuiiiifin -killed by the acci
dent at Watiikcii Plantation. The
verdict was, accidental death, by the
car running off the track., Allt)ie
men in thu car at the time, were Ex
pected to return to work this 'w'eek
excepting two Uuuamen ; one Portu
guese with abrokeii .thigh and one
Norwegian with' n. dislocated knee.
The doctors report all these as doing
well. ' 1 -";,
Mr. E. P. Adams, sells the stock
of Groceries and ''store fixtures of
H. M. Moore, No: 123 Fort street
to-day. See advertisement. ,
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Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
May 12, at 10 n.hi.j'oh tho
Groceries & Store Fixtures
of II. M. Mooro.'KJi. 123 Fort St.,
A well selected. f-tocfc' of
Groceries, 1'Hws, Tobacco,
Cigars, Show cases;
Store Fixtures, &c
Also, an Express Wagon and.-IIar,nesg.
IC. P. Akams, Auetioueqr.
The Event of tlio Season!
Just arrived, direct from .California,
on a trip
Around the World!
i -ri' r. n '
, ( i TUB
Tourists J , :
A high class combination of
Lady and Gentlemen
Entertainers ! ! !
and Burlesque Opera Company.
Tho Premier Laugh .Makers who
will piesent a new and novel pro
gramme, universally admitted
Chaste ! Rciiued ! Elegant J
See future advertisements.
Seats secured at J. "NY. Robertson &
Co's. Messrs. Glover & Unsworth,
Business Managers. 60
JL,ie eiw.urtne xsurvaiuaa
bt11 foHua 9 reported.
i . t V. J ... 1 1 .
Tllo Aindrieau bark Fnrness Ab
bey, which arrived yesterday, 137
days from llosloti, with a full cargo
of merchandise to C. llrewcr & Co.,
is a lino specimen of modern naval
architecture. She was built at
Kciinobniili, Me., in 1879, and is
1083 tons register. She has' all tho
modern patent improvements in
hoisting apparatus, and, to uso a
sailor's phrase, everything about her
ia " as clean as a hound'B tooth."
, Tlio u cargo " of tho steamer Mc
tapedia, at San Francisco, April 21,
from Hongkong, was invoiced " 915
(The W. G. Irwin and Kalakaua
havo commenced lischnrging, they
will have quick despatch for San
Dark Eureka cleared from Snn
Francisco for Honolulu, April 24th,
with cargo, valued nt $10,504,; brig
J. D. Sprcckles same date, for Ka
huluij cargo valued at 810,416.
Estate of James. S. Lemon,
f Of fieal Estate.
B" ; VIRTUE of an Order of Sale
granted' on the 6th day of May,
l&82,byjthc Hon. L. MeCully, 1st
Associate justice oi mo supreme
uourt, 'sitting ns uudgo in -irrobate,
the undersigned, Administrator of
the Estate of the late Jus. S. Lemon,
will sell at rublic "Auction, at Sales
ltoom of iv. r. Adams, on
Saturday, 27th May.
1882; n't 12 o'clock nodii.'all the fol
lowing described promises :
No. 1 House Lot and premises,
situated on Nuuanu Avenue.
No. 53 rEight Lots on Beretania
street, situate immediately op
posite the. late residence of Jas.
S. Lemon, called. " Ululani, "
'niid described in Government
Survey as Lots No. 288, 2:59,
210, 24 1, 242, and Lots No.
280, 233, and 284, an area each
No. 3 The House Lot and pre
mises known as "Ululani," the
late homestead of James, S. Le
mon. Title Grant No. 500.
No. 4 One lot immediately adjoin
ing the same with afrontage on
Beretania street, and running
back to Kinau street part of
Grant No.. 500.
No. 5 One lot joining the above,
toward Honolulu ; also part of
Grant No. 500.
No One lot joining the above
, toward Honolulu,' and fully
shown on Government map, be-
also part of the Land Grant No.
500 and Royal Patent,
No. It One lot immediately in tho
rear of Ululani, with stone wall
and picket fence, title R.P. 6035.
No. 8 One lot immediately above
the above lots, being No. 2 in
Royal Patent 3189.
No. 9 Lot No. 1 included in R.P.
No. lO-One lot onWaikiki road,
just, beyond the Long Branch
No. 11 One' lot on Wnikiki Road.
just beyond the Long Branch
llfltlia 1 tirtliwlitifv nt. n.n. sil (JK
.,.. ...t,.uu,.,g u.. ,;. yjM. u-
10U of an acre, being Apana
of Kulcana Helu h and R.
2419, issued to Kapilimanu.
No. 12 One lot situate near the
road leading to Telegraph Sta
' tion;, bejng Apana i of Royal
No. 18 Balance of Lease of a Lot
in Kapiolani Park, No. 184, be
ing 27 .years from 18th,,July,
1878, rent paid up in full ;: part
ly fenced ; being assignment of
lease granted to Jas. S. Lemon.
No. 14 One lot situate at Ulupala
' kua, Maui, being 48 acres, and
being tho same conveyed to Jas.
S. Lemon by tho lato H. IIol
stein and wife, by deed dated
8th August, 1877.
Title deeds at expense of purchas
er ; maps and plans can be seen nt
Sale Room of E. V. Adams, and
any information desired can be had
on application to
II. R. Macvaiilaxk,
Adm'trator Estate J. S. Lemon.
I- Terms at Sale. 80
Special nicotiug of Lodge lo Pro-
grc3 l'Occnnio No. 124 A. F. &'A.
M. will bo held this Friday evening
at 7:. 'JO.
Tho Entertainment at the Loan
Exhibition this evening will be fur
nished by tho Amateur Musical So
cioty. Wo aro unable to givo tho
particulars of the programme.
Tho lunch taolea at tho Loan Ex
hibition vontinuo to bo well patron
ized, every day from 12 to 2, and wo
hear higtyencomiums on the cookery,
and the attendance, and the reason
able charge for '.n'.squoro meal."
Read to-day's ,B111 of Fare in ano
The Loan Exhibition attracted a
good audience lost evening, and tho
music was liiRhly appreciated. And
tho " Fan Drill " was tho subject of
delighted comment by many, spc
cially tho younger masculines:
For tho Benefit of the Building
"Fund of tho
Library & Heading Boom
Tho nbovo Exhibition, will embrace
a largo collection of articles in tho
1st Pictures 'and Engravings,
2nd BroiiJ.es, Carvings, Statuary and
Hrd Antiquities and Curiosities,
4th Coins, .McdalK, Jewels and Laceo,
5th Natural Hlntory, including Shells,
Corals, Ferns, Ac, (
Cth Chinese and Japanese Goods.
will be held in
(corner Fort and Queen sts..1
Which has been kindly placed at
me uippo.sai oi me issociaiiou ior
The Exhibition will
Monday Even'g, May 8th,
at 7:30, and continue one week,
opening .each day at 11 a.m., and
closing at 10 i.sr. '
33P Refreshments will be served
every day at moderate prices, as
follows: Hot and cold Lunch from
(2 to 2, and Ice cream, cakes, &c,
in the evening.
There will also'be
Entertainments of Music,
In the Evenings.
Single Adtnission $0 50
Season Tickets 2 00
Children. ..., , ... i ... . Half price
Tickets for sale at the stores of J.'W.
Robertson & Co, and T. G. Tlirumj
and at Hollistcr & Co's drug store.
S. B. Dolk, Clmlrmun,
II. F. Pook, Secretary,
82 A. J. CAitTwitioHr, Treasurer.
CHOCOLATE CREAMS I
This delicious and very
nutrituous article of Confeotioncry
F. H0BH, Practical Confectioner,
every week, and is warranted to be
strictly pure. For sale at
F. Sot's fern Sins Candy Fwioiy,
8C 71 Hotel street.' ' lm.
WE. ROWELL, Consultingand
. Constructing Engineer; ...ofllcc.
38 Merchant street. 80 2m
WANTED, a situation as Book-keeper,
by a competent man. Address
A Z, J W Lunlng'8 office, Merchant sf.
TXTANTED By a young man who U
' thoroughly conversant in English,
French, Bpaulfdi. Portuguese r Japanese
and Chinese languages,' a position as
Book-keeper, Clerk or Interpreter,
Apply to J. W. ItouRRTsoN i. Co; ml lm
WANTED, three girls, compe
tent to trim unu sew dresses,
at Mrs. A. M. Mellis Uress, Cloak
and Mantle Making Establishment, '
104 Fort street. 74 lw
TTTANTED a Stonemason. For
V T particulars apply to H. Hack
feld & Co.
1 1th of June.
flags. Flags; flags.
WE havo just received a largo
assortment of '""
and British Pings
in .'), o and 7 yard lengtlis; also Ha
waiian and American Flags, printed
on cloth, from 8 x 5 to 23 X 34 in.
For salo cheap by
85 J. V. Robertson & Co.
Hon. Nobles and Members
of tho Legislative Assembly 1
Arc hereby notified to appear ni' the
opening of tho Session on Saturday,.
April 29th, nt tho Legislative Hall,
DRESS COSTUME !
which they will find At the
Honolulu Clothing Emporium
104 Fort' Street.
72 . A. M. MELLIS.
Per Steamer "Australiai"
1 New Zealand'
Just received and for sale by
HENRY MAY & Co.
At Mrs. A. M.'Mellis' Cloak and!
Mantle Making Department,
No. 104 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short, notice. Ti
Hereafter taking a back seat
Will not be dreaded so' much
by persons going to
as has been the case in the past.
Mir. Geo. F. Wells
Has imported a large lot of
Comfortable Chairs I
that he, will furnish to parties de
siring extra scats at
Reasonable Prices I
For further particulars enquire air
Wells' Music Store, 107 Fort street,.
Telephone 17J. 8$
A Marseilles Quilts,
Linen nnd Cotton Sheotiug-,
Towls and Toweling,
Just received by
78 lw A. S. Cleghorn & Co.
UNION FEKD COMPANY, A. W.
Ut'Hii, Manager. See advertise
ment on other page. 2S
tjfc.GHll. GERTZ, No. 80 Fort st.
. impor'cr and dealer In Gent's
Ladies' and Children's bouts, shoes and
TjlOH SALE, 400 or 600 Coral Stones.
- Apply to, F. A.BUHAKFEn. C5
171011, SATE, Six desirable lots oa King
St. fenced nnd water laid' on. " For
particulars address 1 6 Box 134. SO
FOB SALE, a stylish Carriage Hone,,
drives double or single, perfectly'
sound: also Harness and Top Buggy.
00 Apply to O.'O. Bekoer;
JjOR 8ALE, ono new Scow, capable of
- holding 10 tons, built by G. Emmes,
nnd now In good order. For further par
tleuhirs apply to Tueo. II Davies & Co.
TO LET, A room In a pleasantly situ
ated locality. Ten minutes walk
irom the post oiiice.
05 .1. W,
ICOllEUTSON A CO.
a Houso and Lot on
street, a snort distance
above the first brldgo Apply to
J. w. Roiikktsox & Co.
nnu LET. A cAlur. 10x40 ft. suitable
JL for storlnir ipuipo.t's Emiutreat
P Stein's CarrlagcVshop.