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TllMSDAY, .JULY (5, 188'J.
"Wednesday, .luly .1. The special
Committee to whom was lel'errod
tluTmntti'r of Court houses and "jails
rcpoitsj rqconimeiuling an nppropii
iiUon of San,."ilO for tho building of
same in; districts where required.'
Laid on tho tabic.
The report of the special Commit-1
tee towhoin wis referred the salaried
of Custom olllcers, recommending
the reduction of same, wub laid on
the tabic for future consideration.
. JTIic Committee on the Palace ap
propriations reported recommending
the passage of $02,500 for complet
ing the same, vhich also was laid on
'I'he Committee on Commerce re
ported recommending that petitions
on the total prohibition aud the full
use of liquor bo laid on tho table to
be considered together with tho bills
relating to liquor. Also on the peti
tion of. merchants to increase' tho
license fco of travelling agents to
sell goods, &c. Both reports were
Mr. Knlnii gave notice of a bill to
prohibit the bale of lands by morl-
The bill to reconstruct tho Board
of Immigration was read a second
timcr and referred to a special Com-
lnittco consisting of lions. Preston,
Aiolo, Kapena, Gardner and Nakoo-
On the third reading, of a bill re
lating to. evil3,ari&ing from. the law
to mitigate, and lepcaliug hame,.was
The bill increasing the permanent
settlement of Mr. Henry S. Swintou
.wns indefinitely postponed.
The bill granting to Mrs. Nihoa
Kipi an approprlatlo'n "as permanent
settlements to Hon. Kulhclani and
'J: P. E. Kahaleaahu was passed,
The bills to icgulate the sale of
' liquor was referred to a select Com
Mr. Kalua pave notice of a bill to
prohibit tho importation of liquors.
Adjourned till to-morrow, at 10
.. . .
--Tin: Ikitibh steamer Escambia,-
which capsized while starting out to
' sea, on the 19th June, had on board
- .r)!J,flG8 etls. of wheat, valued at
800,720, which was insured in the,
, following otllccs: Swiss Combined,
5;000 -P Ilutcjiinson & Mann, 10.
0,00; Thames and Meisey, and.cw
, Zealand, 0,000.
E3r Fine Oen s Jiucksltin Suifs
'something new, from SI 9 to $25
during the Inventory Sale at the
Honolulu Clothing Esu-ouium.
A. M. Mellis.
,,It appeared to us to bo rather
j strange that no Hawaiian Flags were
'" among tho decorations in tho Music
Hall on Tuesday evening last.
, Jgy Shaded Fringes at,75 cents
a yard during the Inventory, tfalc
"at the. Honolulu Clothing Euro
jmiM. A. M. Mr.Li.is.
Ylmteudav was an exceedingly
' - busy day along tho wharves, no less
' than faix steamers left tho port
1 between -i and 5 im.
f , w .-
'Vc$ Heavy .Bl"ck Hunting at
G.r celit u yard during th Jnven
,,tory Male at the Honolulu Cloth-
ino EjiroKiiiM. A. Mi Meli.ib.
n i. . .
, ,,A nmr.ioNEit,
slightly under tho
riulluence of liquor, wlule being taken
to the lock-up on Tuchday evening,
P-was, inot brutally ill-iueiby two
w-'native Dolicemeu. Our informant
r.Bta'tea tljiit, besides -being, hovcrcly
'kicked aiu) ctilfed.ionoof the p'olice-
men i.tnic!: tho num 'heavily in tin
itxuQ with his iihts.
i Athy; f A
KniTDit UuLLCTis : I Rnrain yes
teidav?? Bulletin that vouare of
opinion that the gi cat-trouble' in
biinging about sanitaiy reformation
among tluimtlvcs of .these, islands
lies in tlic " inertness and iqlatliy"
of those concerned. Long residence
in tho country and somewhat inti
mate knowledge of tho people's
habits of thought anil lifo convince
me of the tiutli of your statement.
I know that some people contend
and honestly too that to enlighten
the IIn,vaiians in matters th'.itaffoct
their physical and social well-being
.is all that is . needed to incite them
to cxeition. Thoso who talk thus
arc cither limited in Hawaiian ex
perience or snpeificial in observa
tion. There arc -foreigners who
have lived many years on theso isl
ands who know as littlo of Ihc real
state of feeling and way of thinkiiig
of tins people as they do of the man
in the moon. Tho missionaries have
been abused and blamed for having
done so littlo for the nntives, for
hating studied J their own comfort
and advanced their own material
interests at lho expenso ' of- 'the
natives. I .would ask, what have
those traduccrs of the missionaries
done themselves for the good of , tho
natives ? What arc theyi doing
now ? I am no missionary' and x,
jiave no missionary connexion ; but
I believe in common fairness, and
nm willing to accord them the credit
of having worked hard with an earn
est desire to improve the condition
of tho natives. A class of lewd,
immoral, loosq-living foreigner has
be'en the principal elemc'nljn Retard
ing and undoing tho work, of thd
missionary. "Why tho missionaries.
ehould.be execrated for'tho existing,
stale of. apathy and indifference re
garding their own best lintercsts
among the" natives', T cannot see.
That such, indifferenco docs exist
will not bo denied by thosc-who Inivc
mingled freely with the natives, and
learnt from their own mouths and
'through the medium of their own
language, their inner feelings and
sentiments, i would not say 'that
every individual Hawaiian shares
this feeling of indifference: I know
of some exceptions. Hilt I 'speak.
of Hawaijans In general as a people.
A thousand times, particularly dur
ing the small-pox epidemic, I have
heard the, natives declare that it was
useless for them to trouble them-
selvcs'j that death would, terminate
aWpililfia, therefore, death' is belter
than lllO. . . iVAMAAINA
Un E. -P. Adams -will selHhis
day at 12 o'clock noon, at Brewer's
wharf, Hay, Bran, etc. Also, at
Sales IJoom,t tb'c Janai, lumber; etc. J
.used at the Picnic on Tuesday.
Tim Bark Anna Precht will sail
for the Sound to-day 'or to'-mdrrow.
Tiinwatpr from the- Nuuanu Re
servoir will be ' shut off to-morrow,
from G a. M. to 4 p. m. i
ILR.II.thc Princes? Liliubkalani
will hold her monthly reception at
her lesidencc, "Washington Place,
to-morrow (Friday) afternoon.
Those parties winning to subsoribo
to the Hawaiian Telephonq aro re
quested to forward thuir names
without delay, as tho new list "is now
in the hands of the printer. v
- ii - .
BS?" ATcic styles Gents patent
vntilatcd Hats at thet Honolulu
L'LOTlSlNo'EjirOltlUM. ' '
A. M. Melli, 101 Fort at.
UVo- express carriages, 1 'light
truck, and ft good two scat spring
wagon, nre for sale at Phil. Stein'e,
cai ritige shop on Frtrt Street.
10 lw '
Br Fan, Oriental, Olivette and
Spanish faces'hctll be sold at rfc-
uuctd prices during thoiTnventory
Nulf iittib' TTnvcu TT1II fl-fflTITTv'fl
A. M. Mr.i.Lis.'
1 tSWcof ivipori deiltaxjV
nJ)Asliec, was convict-
A. I nm.imnn
to a term f impiKoninent. The
Chiuan!dnj)ias npp'caled ,o(i,thu jfol
lowing grounds : lie states that tho
informers, Christian and Cupper,,
came, to his house with the liquor in
their possession1, and lifter 'asking
them what they wanted, left and
swore an information against him.
In support of his statement there is
tlic fact of ''tho ndmis'sion-of a China
man that ho sold thu liquor, and was
going to run away ta avoid capture
and did so, also of several kanakas
who slate that they saw"thTllquot' In
th'j ; possession of, thesd won wh'ep,
it.X.I .. A.if- tuts 4I.A lintifn ' AA Un
lllVJ NUIIfc UtlU tllVJ IIUMIU. rfiii .v.
caso issub-judjee,", I give no
opinion on the merits of 'the case.
Having been invited to tyhvlahula
at Hanalci, I got myself up in the
most - killing manner, and .having
provided myself with cigars, ',n-,lsjuc
qua.non," as pipes aro not consider
ed." the 'thingV'you sec Mndamo
eel " the 'tlnng,"y
Etiquette is all powerful even h?re,
I started. On' my (arrival I was
handed in hya,lacy, who was on a
visit from Ilonollilu, in a most lady
like nmnncr..j5hc wiVs M.'C, and the
ma"nncfJn wjuch she'eanied out her
duties would do credit to a Parisi
enne. The'young men wero exceed
ingly, polite Jo the ladies, and re
quested dlicm to vdanbo in tho most
oithodox stylo, promenaded, Ukted,
iScc., somewliat as weaio used tp sec
tlieso matters done, in a. fashionable.
.baUroonV Iio.,dancing was cxcel-t
lent, and the maimers of somu of the
young men arid ladies thoso of an
habitue of a ball room ; Iwas much
astonished and pleased and passed a
very pleasant evening. The music
consisted' of a Conccitina played,!)'
one Or other of the party in all casvs
in a masterly manner, .tile time 'being
excellent for dancing. There was
but one thing to i egret, the room was
rrither too sinalh ' . r
Kojlline: vs. Kaupcna and iMolokai,
damages $200, ended in 'a verdict
for the defendants, aud very proper
I he book-keeper of Hni)nlm.'lnn
tition,, Mr. Geikc, is' leaving, it is
said, to proceed to tho Const.
Cupper vs. Kcvlling was settled
out of Cojirt by Mr. Kojlling, the
terms of agreemeut have not come
The mail service is very irrQgular
3,700 letters were disphtcliQd,to
the, other Islands yesterday, from
tho Honolulu Post Office.
JtSyv No.necd of rioina barefooted
ify u can,gct your Moots, Shoes-
ana suppers aU cents cheaper at
the Honolulu Clothing EjironiUM
than elsewhere. A. M. MkliAs.
Tin: WATER will bfi SHUT off
fiom thq Nuuanu Itoservolr,
ON FRIDAY July 7th,
Troiii C ft. m. to 4 p. m.
C. B. Wilson,
134 2t ' . Supt. Water Woiks.
This Day Tlmrsday,
July.Cth, at 12 o'clock noon,
' ' i ' i
OiBrcwcr& Co's .wharf, ,
35 Bales Hay, .
200 Bags, Bran.
Also, at Sales Boom, will bo sold
Ufced ht tho 4th of July Celebration,1
' ' ' - R. P. An-iiiH, Auctioneer.
' Ex BarkAImy, T ,
FOU.SALK In quantities to hUtt,
''At Lowest Prices; Mi
134 flly Castlh A (Jookk.
t i. i i . , i - fT-
Htrtfics fotftho FirfDopartment.
MiftJEmfSii: IirTlew of tliojn-
pumupfl miVnlipr of fifitcain IFire Ln-
ginesJjf()r tljtltyjand suburbs fot
llonoliiiu, umay uc lounauecesHiu.v
that hoises wilfhavc to bo employed
in coijveyingi these somewhat heavy
uiaemueH' nooui. uouii' Hcrviuruuiu
hoises at the present time ate cxpon-slve-and.wlll
piobably be so for
some time to come and tneir pur-
l-hasc would cpnsidcrably leduco the
appropnntion for tne I'lio uepau
ment. 'With a littlo Legislative action
at tho present tinip, all tho homes
needed for tho engines may bo pr'o-
iCiircd without tho expenditure of a
nnglo dollar, by enacting a law simi
lar to oic now in force in be. l'etcrs
bi'lig, whieh'reads, "That when a
" horse, attached to a vehicle, urns
" aAvnyj-thcvehiclc is confiscated to
" tho Qovemmoiitj tho owner oftho
" r'tinawayj-ctc., fined, and thehor.su,
" handed over for tho use of tho
i,1 Eire Department." Tho necessity
of aVe'ry strict law, w;ith heavy poiw
altics, is greally 'felt, here,, and
one similar to tho hboe would not
only plovido horses for our flro en
gines, ,but' help to swell the coffers
of -the Government. 'Scarcely a day
pass'es but what somo mishapfocuuis
through tli'oiicglcct and eiirelessness
of those in charge of horses. In this
city there are 'over twenty Chinese
who own and drive express wagons.
Now, itlis. a- well known fact that
John does not understand tho enrc.
.Management, and drivlng;of horses ;
and the same may bo said of maty
of the Hawaiian diivcrs of -expresses
who are extremely careless. The
drivers pf all publio, hacks should bo
liccnsod'and also compelled to wear
iv-baJgc...sTlils plan is adopted in
almost every cityt and no man can
ohtain thc.Jmdgc unless he is a cqm
pcnt diiyiirnrpl jindcrstnudstho
managementof horses. Somo strict
legulation is greatly needed here,
mid the sooner it is adopted tho
belter for the public safety.
r'' ,'ours, . , Jacko.
FOUND, ou Uerctaiila street, a. LaUlcs'
, UajJ, containing chllclren's wear
ing apparel. The owner can havo game
by proving property and paying cost ol
n(lvor,tlHPmct.vf Apply it J., y- Ro
c'rthon & Cbs. ,' ' 134 lw,
FOUND, a Carpcuter's Combination
ltiilo. flvuier jC-an have the same
by proving property aud paying cost bl
adverti.scmcnt. Apply at J, W. llob-
crtson & Co's. , 134 lw
FOUND; a Purse, containing a sum
of money. Owner din -hata' the
samp, by proving property and paylnt;
cost' ot ndVei'tl&inent. Apply at i'.W.
Itobei tson A Co's. 134 1 w
T?OUND, on Saturday last, on Hotel
JL Street, n 1'acknge o( Transferring
papers, The ow nef can havo -the same
ly ii.-iylii;; expenses aiid calling at the
IUIJl-lll yillLU. 11 1W
IJOUXriA T-adtcs' 'Hand Ilftg. ' The
o nor 'can have tho same by des
cribing nnd pr.ytng cost of adyertisd-
ment. APP'J" t0 t ' owanzy, at T.
lb .Darjics & Co's.
I70UND-A Plantation Draft, which
. the owner 'can, ha,eOn proving
property and pnjlng for this hdvertle-niqut,.;Apj)l-',o
TITNION FEED- COMTANY,' A. W,.
KJ IIUSH, juannger. ace uuvernse
muni nniMl.p finirn ! ( . IJ t Q5
ment oniotUer page,
"VfOTICE. The undeisigned is now
.UN prepared to glvo lessons In Spanlsji
or French, arid any' other forclsn lan
guagc, or-ally and gclentillcally, with tlie
most easy method" tofts perfect know
lebgu",' to joiingfladles atthc Kinder
GArten School iirmnises, iNnuanu ,v e-nne,-,day,
from SMo 3 p.m,5 and to
young men, nt the promes opposite
Qnceit Enuna's," f rotnO to 10 p.m.
K-nr iviiilniilMrH pnnulro therein. 0-
F. D. A. Jlarque.Trof. of LanpunKOS.'
rpilE Plawaiidn Journal, Ko Ha-
.JL waii Pat AiKa," owned and
edited by Kawainui Bros. ; has"a
weeklv edition of 3,5100. copies, and
is tho best advertisiiig' medium. Of
'flee, -No ,0 Mordant si. "' 'I
vJ -Contractor ' l
Honolulu Stca'm Panlng Mills, Esphv
nudo, Honolulu. t
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
'liruckW, Wltfdow Frames, llnds,
Sashes. Dpors, and all kluds of Wood
work ilnUw.. burning, Scroll aud Band
Saw Ing, AH kliuU of Sawing And Plan
ing, Morticing and- Tenanting) '
Orders umnsptly attended to andwork
cuuranteed. ' Orders from the
Uuggics, Carriages, Express Vngons
and every kind of vehicles
Tllaclc'smltliing, hors'o-fllloeihg, "
aud all kinds of repairing dono.
Keeps constantly bn handnnd for
salo a complete ptock of carriago
Alt orders promptly filled. " 71
WILDER & Co.,
Gouoral Agents for the
Mutual Lifo Insurauce .Oo.
of New York,
The Largest, Safest and Most ;
Economical Lifo Insuraaco Co.
in the world,
Cash assots, - - over SOOjdptij'oOO
Fqr information concerning tho
Company and for rates 6f insurance
ppply to WirKit & Co., General
Agents ; or J. E. "YVisKjrAN, 'Solicit
ng Agent. , 71
A. JAEGER, - - - Eesidont Agent,
Honolulu. H. I. - 7,1
Artesian Ice' Works
TCE DKMVKHlil) to all parti of tho
JL city and subuibs at all hours of tho
day. - , . '
Orders from tho other Islands prompt
ly attended to.
Offlec at W. E. Foster's, Saddler,
Fort street. i
Telephone No. lib -"--129r
HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTORY.
Ice dclivorort to all parH of tho
City".' Shipping MippllPrt In quantities
to suit. Telephone, .No. S. Ofllro at
Wilder & Co.'h 18
T OST, A' Vest Button and Link,
JL&.','T opax Stone' wlthGolc) surround-
Imra'-iviiqlnsll vevtf.nl.iv morillhcrj iluno
27th, between 0 and la o'clock," between
tho Llkellko Landing and O. West's
carriage shop. Finder will he suitably
rewarded by leaving the satno at this
otllce. ' 127 Jt
FOB SALE, one new Scow, capablcof
holding 10 ton, huilt by G. Emincn,
.i i. i"r ..-.i-i.i.,l -o-- ...ti.-J ii
UIU lUrillKH) Iffuvti jui,iuiuiii;u.ii
tieuiars apply to riir.o. u jjavies & .o.
ITJOR SALE, a two-seated "wVfjbn
. with polo and thnfts, and. a
doublo harness, nearly jiicw, prico
$150. May bo seen in. rear of No.
20 School st. W. G. Needliam.f 72
T7"AN1T?I ii yonng Olrl,toranko hcr
YV Relf generally useful jn the hoiso
of a lady ou Maul. For'partlcular's Cn
(lulro nt the Hawaiian Hotel, .KoomXn.
10, in tho morning before !s30. (07
"Y7"ANTED, A eonipetcnt and espcrl
Yi lenccdman to rentlor superintend
the lower story of lho,Ain-rli;an l'Jotcl.
It has been .expressly designed for n
Hoarding House and will be furnished
livtho latest and, most; eonvenjeittyle.
No Chinese wanted.
Apply at No. 70 Maunnkea streetjlo
lUO tf Z. Y. Squints, Proprietor.
ANTEDAA live niaji wliii'modcr-
ate capital, who Is both mer
chant and uecoilntant, can he.tr of a
f;oou business opportunity by addics
ngCV D., Bulletin 6lllce;PtliicipaIi,
only. AH. communications strictlv con
of iLo nop nTbSiMOvI i