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KDAY, JULY H, ln2.
Kiiiliiv, Julv 7. Tho special com
mittee to whom was referred the pay
of Police throughout the Kingdom
leporlod recommending tlmt the
iicii or SIG-VWO bo inserted in the
Appropriation Hill for that purpose.
1. iMon tlio tnlilc to he considered
with tint Appropriation Bill.
The special committee to whom
was referred the items of subsidy to
foreign steamship lines, reported tlmt
they had considered these- items
fully, and recommended that the line
of steamers proposed to run between
S in Francisco and this port be allow
ed the same privileges us that grant
ed to the P.M.S.S. Co. 'a line, and
that the item of 8.r0 000 as in the
Appropriation Bill bo passed ns sub
sidies to lines of steamers. Laid on
tin' tabic to be considered with tho
Air. Nuwnhl read a resolution ask
ing for &.",(UU for improvement of
the landing at Ilukaluu. Laid on the
table to be taken up with the Appro
Mr. l'alohau read for the first
time an act to license dairies and
milk sellers. On rules being sus
pended, it was vead ubccond time by
title and rofuved to Sanitary C m
mittec. Under Order of the I)ay, tho con
sideration of the Appropriation Bill
was taken up in committee of tho
"Whole. Mr. Kapcna in tho chair.
The consideration of the Appro
priation Bill was then taken up, the
first item being that of $22,fU0 for
His Majesty's travelling expenses
during his tour mound the world.
Befoie anything was done however,
the motion to take a recess to l.JK.
r.M. was carried.
At L.'iO i.M. the committee again
resumed the consideration of the
Appropriation Bill, when on motion
of His Ex. W. M. Gibson, the item
of S2-.r0() for His Majesty's travel
lint! expenses abroad was passed.
On motion of His Ex. V. M
GbVon, the item for Government
hyaieians a'id medical treatment
w. . iuin..i to 850,000 and passed.
"Hi Kx. also moved, after explana
tory ''marks, that the item for
general expanses of Board of Ilenlth
w.nu.. wjit recommended by special
eonnnittee which had reported on
same at 82.1,000 was referred back
to another special eommittc.
. The item of building and repair
ing hospitals was on motion of His
Ex. V. M. Gibson amended so as
to read building and maintaining
hospitals, S.10,000 which was passed.
Building and repairing of court
houses and jails wan again referred
to the special committee to whom
was referred the same previously.
completion and furnishing the
new Palace, was on motion of His
Ex. "W. M. Gibson, passed at $17,
500. The following, items were then
passed as in the Appropriation Bill:
Fur Palace Stables 9 15,000
F.iv Collector I'ort of Knlmlul.. 3,000
." ' ' Muhukona. 2,000
i. ' ' Hllo 2,000
P.iv Port Surveyor s. Guard, Ka.
Pay l'oi t Survevor & Guard, Ma-
riibtom House J'.oat lj'200
A long discussion then arose re
lating to tho salary of Surveyor and
Guard of the l'oit of Honolulu, and
some Very hot remarks were made
use of relating to opium smuggling;
which ended in the item being left
as it wasin the hands of the Com
mittee to whom it was referred.
The motion to adjourn to to-day
at 10 a. in. was then passed.
Tin: new Omnibus, for the Fashion
Kiiililis. which was turned out for
Dublin use on the -1th of July was
highly spoken of by all who had the
c.ianco of riding m it. xuis coacu
is of nu" entirely new design, and was
built bv Mr. Phil. Stein: and for
style. eav of riding, and convenience
j.i getting hi and out, It surpasses
:tnything of the kind ever made" in
Honolulu, and speaks well for the
new shop of Phil. Stein.
To-Monnow morning Mr. ITnllcn
Vcck will speak' in Fort street
Church from the text, " How long
halt ye':"- The venciable. Dr. Coan
Trill picach in the evening.
liMHJIJIIWI'1 - kf
(frosj our uwiiJcotrOHponilciit.)
The English School at Lihiic Is
accomplishing great results. Theie
are. between 'JO and 100 in atten
dance nearly half of whom are girls.
The children are clean, orderly and
well behaved: their reading is rc-
maikably good, clear enunciation,
emphasis, and an attention to piino
tuatioit mniks is observable through
out showing the great care bestowed
upon tliuin by their teachers Mr.
John A. Moore and MNs Adah
Turner. Mrs. Simpson is leaching
them ringing nnd it is evident from
the manner in which they sing that
the teacher thoroughly understands
The Chinese arc very troublesome
here. All the planters are grum
bling at their duplicity ; they ship,
obtain an advance, and bolt. Every
Chinaman should bo compelled to
obtain and carry with him a permit,
such instrument designating tho
island he is on and to be endorsed
by his employer on his shipping, any
Chinaman found without one to he
arrested and punished. The heathen
Chinee is very cuto though appear
ing child-like and bland, is fast be
coming a power in tho country and
knows it is patient nnd can bido
his time. Ilawaiians beware of that
sdft velvety paw. Their latest threat
has been to way-lay and shoot the
constables as they travel to and from
Lihue. At Kilauea the church for
foreigners was dedicated on the
4th July, tho principal foreign and
native ministers attending.
Kapaa was lively on the 4th as
thero was a great feast, races,
&c. Mr. Grant has just completed
a new store and billiard room. Suc
cess to him and his amiable wife.
The Band will give a concert at
Emma Square this afternoon, com
mencing at 4 :30 o'clock. Following
is the programme :
Introduction The Martyrs. .Donnlzcttl
Polka The little Pouting Face. . Strauss
Selection Pompon Leeocn,
Waltz Vienna Mood....
(ialop Clear the Track. .
Mr. W. E. Foster has presented us
with a largo block of ice from the.
Artesian Ico Works. It is now on
cxhitition at J. W. Robertson & Co's
Yesterday's Advertiser gave as
news the burning of tlio Oakland
Long "Wharf, &c, and tho founder
ing of tliCj steamship Escambia. The
insignificant little Bulletin gave'
detailed accounts of both these events
several days ago, whilst our preten
tious neighbor seems to have been
asleep probably dreaming of Gari
baldi's recovering health.
The steamer City
from San Francisco,
of New York,
may bo looked
Tun barkentino Discovery nnd
brigantinc W. II. Meyer. 14 days
from San Francisco, arrived yester
A MEKTiNO'pf the Veterans will be
held at the Hawaiian Hotel ihis
evening, to take into consideration
the question of organizing a Post.,
The following officers were elected
at a meeting of the Bed Men held
June 80: G. Lucas, Prophet; F.
Horn, Sachem; L. Wall. Senior
Sagamore; J, E. Wiseman, Junior
Sagamore; L. B. Pattern, Keeper
of Wampum; it.
Smith, Keeper of
Tun Altu of June 22nd, says:
Capt. Korts visited the wreck of the
Kscambia yesterday morning, and
placed a grcun nun buoy with the
word ""Wreck" in white letters on
its sides some 7C0 feet to the north
and west'of tho site. The bearings
of the buoy are as follows: Fort
Point Light NK. 4 N. ; Bonito
Light N. by E. $ E. ; Lono Moun
tain NK. by E. ; Seal Bocks NE
Tlieie is among seal arm" men a
good deal of talk about the delay in
taking some measuro looking to au
early removal oi the wreck. Delay
is dangerous, not only from tho fact
that the steamer lies in the track of
navigation, but also for the reason
that a Band bar is sure to form there
in a fehort time.
S3f Fine Gen s JlucksJcin Suits
something new, from SIB to 825
during the Inventory Hale at the
Honolulu Ci.otiiino Empoiiium.
A. M. MilLlis.
SJ rjl I WW Tff W
V , Steamer Subsidy.
jA MnrF.DiTon :Thc 8 50,000 placed
on the Appropriation Bill for Ocean
oieumer ouiismics, require, iiiuugiii
fid'consldcration, both by the special
1 committed ahd.ulso by the members
of the Legislature, befoie it is dually
settled how this sum should be spent
in subsidies. Of course, the' Pacific
Mail Company's boats have been
calling hcrcfor some years, carrying
our mails to and fro, for which
services they have, for a small King
dom like Hawaii, been handsomely
paid. But now that a new" line is
inaugurated of steamers built ex
pressly for the trade to run direct
between hero; and Sou Francisco,
there can bo no doubt but what
they will bo of greater benefit to
Hawaii than the P. M. Boats, and
should, in my opinion, receive u
respectable subsidy. The steamers
of the new. lino will probably remain
in port six- days. During thjs
period considerable money will bo
paid to laborers. The vowels must
bo rc-provisioued, re-coaled, and
scores of other necessaries bought
for tho return trips. All these arti
cles must of course bo purchased
here ; to say nothing of tho money
put into circulation by the ollicers
and crew while in port, besides
harbor dues, etc., paid to the Gov
ernment. So that whatever tlio
amount of the subsidy may be, it
will bo easily seen that a very large
amount 6f money -will bo left hero by
theso boats: The disappointments
and inconvenience of securing berths
by the Pi 31.' Boats, the residents
hero have had their experience even
of purchasing at a high figure (inde
pendent of their passage money) a
sleeping place from ono of the
ollicers. From' the very largo
amount of money taken by the P. M.
Boats from, this. Kingdom, in tho
shape of subsidy, freight, passengers,
etc., the sum left here by them for
provisions, etc., is insignificant.
They arc so well supplied with coal
and provisions before leaving San
Francisco and Australia, that their
purchases here are very trilling.
Their stay in port hero is always so
uncertain that passengers and
tourists have little or no chance of
visiting the many points of interest
around Honolulu. In your editorial
of Monday last, you say " that they
arc the only 6tcamers that have any
semblance of a claim," and "Have
been of undoubted service yi other
ways." What " undoubted scrrico "
have they over rcn'dered ? may I
ask. "Whatever tho P. M. Co." has
done for this Kingdom they have
been handsomely paid for. Was it
"undoubted service" when, some
three years ago, the steamer Austra
lia sailed from, San Francisco direct
for Auckland, at tho same time be
ing under written contract with this
Government to call hero ? Some
people may call that " undoubted
servico," and some may not. But
instead of subsidizing tho P. M.
Boats, I would suggest that the
Government pay them at per poupd
for whatever mail matter they bring
and take, as is tho custom hero with
sailing vessels. But to liberally
subsidize tho now line of steamers
which will be of tho greatest benefit
and convenience to'tliis Kingdom.
The Hawaiian bark lolani, Capt.
Ganelles, sailed from Gcestcmondc
on June 2nd for Honolulu.
The person who borrowed the na
tlvo version of the " Constitution
nnd Laws Of tho Hawaiian Islands,"
established in the Reign of Kanieha
nicliu III., 1842, from Mr. Cecil
Brown's office, is requested to re
turn the same. 124 lw
8 Heavy lilrck Hunting a't
(55 c?iC a yard during th; Invcn
tory Sale at the Honolulu Cloth
ifo Empoiiium. A. M. Mellis.,
A collision between tho II. S
corvctto Alert and tho Imperial
steam yacht Jengai-Ken occurred on
tho 18th April, a short distance
from Kobe, by which the former
vessel was" badly damaged.
DSS" rWcw styles Gents patent
ventilated Mats at the Honolulu
A. M. Mian, 101 Fort st.
Two express carriages, 1 light
truck, and a good two seat spring
wagon, are for sale at Phil. Stein's,
carriage shop on Fort Street.
Tho Assassjg Guitoau in His Cell.
Guilcau was reported by flic jaTt
.i t .. . ...ii.. ....
oiuccrs on dune 2i as iinusuauv fu
rious and uncommunicative. No per
son was' permitted to see hi in but his"
spiritual advisers, who spent several
Iiouim with him. An olllccr remark
ed: "He has au anxious, hagaid
look, I think ho begins to realize
that ho is doomed." Wardcn.Croc
ker Btaled that the execution would
bo u private, one, aud only a few
members of tho press and the jail
officials .will be permitted to witness
it. A gallows was crcetcd some days
ago in tho cast corridor of the north
wing of tho jail. Guifeau still argues
with his spiritual adviser. He is the
agent of Deity, but he may have to
suffer the human penalty. Hc-waxcd
eloquent in regard to his future in
Paradise. A citizen of Kansas offers
sell 1000 tickets to tho execution at
$1000. A. Congressman, on behalf
of his constituents, offers 850 for
any charity on condition of finishing
Cleveland, Ohio, June 21. Mrs.
Seovillc, Guitcau's sister, is hero to
try to see Mrs. Garfield, " to tell her
llii lirpnlfnr c!irctiinstances of her
brother's birth, as only one woman
can toll another, anil as ncr to in
tercede for a reprieve for him until
London, June 21st. It is stated
that the negotiations of n Treaty of
Commerce between Spain and Eng
land have been suspended, owing to
Hngland demanding concessions rela
tives to.iuanu factories.
Thk following officers of Polvnc-
sinn Kneamniuent No. 1. I. O. O. F.
.were installed for tho ensuing term,
last evening, by ii. x. u. o. now.
Lowers: C. P., U. W. Paseoc;
S. AW. J. J. Locker: II. P.. J. K.
Morrill: J. W., A. "W. Richardson;
- 'J - f it a. M
bcritie, J. to. isinitncs; .treasurer
A. W. Bush.
2(500 packages of paddy camo to
Tun British steamer "Alaska,"
from Now Y,ork to Liverpool, arrived
off tho Fastnct at 5:15 r. m. Juno
0th, having made tho passage in G
days, 10 hours and 25 minutes, boing
2 hours and 20 minutes faster than
her previous record.
B6T Shaded Fringes at 75 cents
a yard during the Inventory Sate
at the Honolulu Clothino Empo
nii;M. A. M. Mellih.
Honolulu Fire Department.
''MIE following named gentlemen have
X. been duly elected OMIecrs of tho
Department for the ensuing year, and
assumed tho duttca of their respective
olhi'cs this day:
JohnNott, ..Chief Englnocr
Koiit. LEWKits,..lst Ass't Engineer
Cham. U. Wilson, 2ad " "
Jas. W. M'GuMK1....Firo Marshal
Chas. T. Gulick, See. and Trea'r.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Honolulu, July C, 1SS2. 13G 3t
FOUND, on BcrctMiIa street, a Ladies'
ISajj, containing chlldroa's wear
ing apparel. The-owner, can have same
by proving property and paying cost of
advertisement. Apply ,at J. W Hob
ertson & Co's. ' 134"lw
a. Carpenter's Combination
Owner can hRVa the same
by proving property und paying cost of
advertisement. Apply at J., V. Robi
ertson & Co's. 134 lw
1?OUND, a Purse, containing a sum
? of money. Owner can havo tho
same by provlug' property and paying
cost of advertlfuancnt. Apply at -T. W.
Robertson & do's. Vil lw
J70UND, on Saturday last, on Hotel
. Street, a Package of Transferring
papers. The owner can havo tho sanio
by paving expenses anil calling at tho
Uiillethi Olliec. 127 lw
WOUND A Ladles' ITand Hag. The
- owner can have the same by de
niblng and paying cont of advertise
ment. Applv to F. M. Swanzy, at T.
II. Davlcs &, Co's. 132
IJiOlJND-rA Plantation Draft, which
, the" owner ean have on provlug
piopcrty and paying for this advertlsi;
ineiit. Apply to
120 Messrs. Cabti.e & Coorcr.
"VTOTICE. The undersigned is now
xS prepared to give lessons In Spanish
or French, anJ any other forclRU lan
guage, orally and scientlucally, with the
most easy method to Its perfect know
lebge, to young ladles at the Kinder
Garten School premises, Nuuanu Ave
nue, dally from 2 to 8 p. m,; and to
young men, at the premises opposite
Queen r.mma's, from U to 10 p.m.
Kor particulars enquire therein, 9'2
F. 1). A. Murqncj,Prof. of languages.
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Buggies, Carriages, Express "Wagons
and every kind of vehicles
Blacksmi thing, horse-shoeing,
and all kinds of repairing done.
LIME AND BRICKS
FOH SALK In quantities to suit,
At Lowest Prices,
134 fUy Castle & Cookh.
WILDER & Co.,
General Agents for the
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
of New York,
Tho Largest, Safest and Most
Economical Lifo Insurance Co.
in tho world,
CaBh asscte, - - over 890,000,000
For information concerning tho
Comnanv and for rates of insurance.
apply to Wilder & Co., General
Agojits ; or J. E. Wiseman, Solicit
iig Agent. 71
A. JAEGEE, - - - Resident- Agent
Honolulu. H. I. 71
Hf IIE Hawaiian Journal, " Ko Ha
X waii Pak Ai.va," owned and
oditod by Kawainui Bros. ; has a.
wcokly edition of 3,200 copies, and
is tho best advertising medium. Of
fice, No. 6 Merchant st. 1
Artesian Bee Works
ICE DKLLVKKKD to all pans of tho
city and suburbs at all hours of the
Orders from the'otbor Islands prompt
ly attended to.
' Ouleo at W. K. Fostku's, Baddlor,
Telephone No. 111. 129
HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTORY.
Ice delivered to all parts of tho
CitV. Shipping supplied in quantities
to "suit. Telephone,' No. 68. OlTico at
Wilder & Co.'s. " 18
FIR SALK, ono new Rrow, capable of
holding 10 tons, built by O. Emmes,
and now In good order. For further par
Honiara apply to Tiieo. II Davif.s L Co.
I?OR SALE, a two-seated wagon
. with pole and fhafts, and a
doublo harness, nearly new, pHcpf
8 150. 31 ay ho seen in rear of No": '
20 School st. W. G. Needham. 72
"7"ANTKI) a young C.lr'.tomakc hcr
YY self generally useful in the houso
of a laity on .Maul. For particulars en
quire at the Hawaiian Hotel, Room No.
Hi, iu the morning h:f ore" 0:30. 07
WANTED. A llvo man with inodor
ate capital, who Is both mer
chant and accountant, can hear of a
good busttic.s's opportunity by address
biR C T U Bulletin olllce. Frlnclpals
onlv. All communications Htrlc(lv con
"VSTANTBD, A competent and expert
YY cured man to rent or Mtpeilntend
the lower story of the Amcrirdu l'lotel,
It has tieen expressly designed for 'a
Hoarding House and will be furnished
Iu the latest and moat convenient btyle.
No Chinese wanted.
Apply at No. 70 Miiuttaliea street, to
1-20 tf Z. Y. SquiiiEd, Proprietor.
MM MLx W
f7ir7sURANCE COMPANY f