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Monday, -JULY-ioaT -
Saturday, Jily 8. The Finance
Committee lepoited on the matter
rclfrting to the building of the new
Palace and nNo sonic statement"! of
cosH, and the repoits of architects
employed to Investigate said build
ing. The c'onunittco in their report
made rcfcicnoc to the unnecessary
large expenditures' of public monicfl,
mid also na to thocaieIc6s manner
in which the work had been done,
' Tho report was ordered to be printed.
The speeial committee to whom
was referred the act to amend sec
tion 207 of tho Civil Code, relating
to the number of Tolico oAkers for
"each district throughout the King
dom, reported recommending the
' passage of tho bill with previous
amendments. Tho report was adopt
ed, ami tho bill ordered to bo read a
third timo on Wednesday next.
The committee- to whom. w.as re-
fcrred the subject of double taxation
impofced ou ceituin persons reported
that the amounts so taxed over the
proper amounts of taxes be returned.
The Hon. J. W. Kalua then read
n petition from the lepers who are
living in the Kakaako Leper lIoBpi
Jals, Honolulu, praying that Mr.
"Van Gicson, tho Superintendent of
said Hospital bo discharged from
such position. Referred to a special
eommitteo consisting of His Ex. W.
SI. Gibson, lions. Kalua,. Palohau,
"Pilipo and Kcau.
The Hon. C. R. Bishop gave
notice of intention to introduce a
lull relating to young 'children1 who
are at the Reformatory School.
Mr. Pilipo read a resolution that
the translating of bills be given to
, . W. L. W.il'cox. Adopted. . -
Under the Order of the Day, the
act to amend sections 2 and 3 of an
Act approved tho 14th day of April,
18o0, relating to tho 'putting up of
fences by l.ind owners, was read a
thiid time, nnd after considerable
discussion, was icferred to a select
committee, consisting of Messrs.
Kcau, Wideniann, Mahoe, Gnrdncr
The House then adjourned till 10
a.m, on Monday, July 10.
In our issue of the Cth inst. we
, noticed tho fact thn,t " no Hawaiian
Flags woro among the decorations in
; the Music Hall, last Tuesday een
ing." We have received an cx
i planatory lettci' from the Ball Com
mittee, in icgnrd to the above item,
in which they give very good reason
for the abhenco of the Hawaiian
flags. We tuo very pleased to say
'that it -was no fault of the Com
mittee, as all arrangements had been
- .made to have had) the1 Royal.Stand
ard and other Hawaiian flags in the
.-The baik I. 0. Murray j 25 days;
baik California, 17 days; bktnc J.
A. Falkinbuig, 1G days ; and bktno
Ella, 17 dayt, arrived at San Fran
cisco on June 26th, from Honolulu.
' The S. S. City of New York left
San Francisco at 3 :20 p. m. on July
1st, and arrived at Honolulu at 2 :55
p. in. ou the 8tb, making the run in
C days, 22 hours, and 25 minutes.
She left at 7 a. m., yesterday, for
11. B. M. S, Triumph sailed from
Hongkong on June lGth, for Sou
Francisco, via Jupan nnd'IIouolulu.
The -pel son who borrowed the na
tivo version of tho " Constitution
und Laws ojf the Hawaiian, Islands,"
established in the Reign of K:rjiiehn-
incha HI.. 1MB, from Mr. Cecil
v4. Brown's olflm, .Is requested to c-.
p " turn tie same, 121 lw ,'
Ey ecutfim, of Q-uiteau.
& , ,.
'Wahhs-otos, .Tunc 30. At 12)25
o'clock thctloud stcanT-whlstle )was
blown at tho workhouse,, which is
near tho jail. This whistle usually
blows at 12 o'clookf and 'by it
GuKeali was -in tho' habit of'gaiiglng
the time. The delay to-day w as by
special- arrangement,-bo that-its
startling summons might not come
bef oro the ofllcorai wcri1 ready. Two
minutes luter tho iron gates at the
end of the conidor clicked. Then
Warden Crocker mado his appear
ance, and a moment later tho fami
liar figure of Guitcau was soon. His
face wna pallid, and' the muscles'
about tho inoutU moved jicrvousiy.
.Other than this thcro we're no signs
of faltering. p His arms wcrp pinion
ed behind him. and nc held his head
erect. Ho gazed upon tho crowd
without. lunching. Ho woro a ninck
suit of clothes, nnd instead tf a
collar had a handkerchief 'thrown
loosely about his neck. Thoso who
expected 6ickcuiug or distressing
scenes wcro disappointed. . ,
Guitcau ascended tho somewhat
steep steps with 03 much steadiness
as could bo expected from a, man
whose 'bauds wcro1 tichtlv uinioned.
At tho last step ho faltered for 3
moment, but was assisted -by the
officers who walked upon either side.
Upon reaching the platform Guitcau
was .placed immediately behind tho
drop facing to tho front of the
scauold. 1 here was a slight delay
while Jho spectators were pushing
and jostling through the door lead?
in from ths rotunda to the corridor,,
at tho lower end of which, the gallows
was placed. ", Guitcau meanwhile
gazed upon tho tlie'erowd, looked
lip at the beam over his head and
auicklv made a survey of' all the
dread paraphci nalia. ' " 'C
Tho Rev. Mr:;Hicks gave'Guitcau
his final benediction and farewell,
baying, " God tho Father bo with
you," and the attendants -then
pinioned bis legs and carefully ad
justed the utoso about' his "neck.
Mr. Strorig'jilaccd" tho black cap
over his head, arid as he did so
Guitcau called '.out in loud' tones,
" Glory f Glory, It Glory I "r In
stantly thbtrap woo sprung", and the
body turned partly around, but
thcio was not thoslightf stpcrocptible
motion of the 'limbs. WhW the
drop fell, a yellt was sent up by some
person inside of the jail. This was
re-echoed outsido by the thousand
or morejicoplc, who hurrahed lusti
ly. There was a general "onslaught
ii uiu puiuiacu upon me jau tioor,
which the oiliccrs were nnablo tq
withstand, and hundreds of people
crowded into the office. For at
least forty seconds nftcr, the drop
fell tho body ' hung motionless.
Then there was a slight motion of
the shoulders and legs, due Jo inus'
culor contraction. Three ininutcs
after tho drop fell tho" body 'was
lowered, to be examined by tho phy
sicians nrpRfint. Tlinro wna n fin.
cided action of the heart for lulf
lourteen minutes, and the puWc
fluttered fnr ton Tninntna liimmr
,Wlien the body had hung wHh the
feet. just touching tho ground for
over half an hour it vnsJowcrediuto
a cotfln -which was waiting for it
unucr uio scnif oia ' ( ,
Mrs. Scovillc was denied admit
tance to the corridor, '-"and remained
outside thfc jail during.thp execution,
in a carriage. ' She was very much
excited when they refused to let her
in, but at her brother John's sugges
tion she left"thc"7doorTand, seated
hcrhclf In her carriage. She'lmd
some flowers with her, which she
intended' to place on Guitcaufs
coflln. Shot-ras nervous and wept
when tho, shou.-which announced the
death o'f her,brother was sent by the
multitude. Mrs. Scovillo's floral
offering' for the funeral of her
brother, consist of four beautiful
pieces ; a large anchor- jesting-on a
piuow, ami aiso a cross, crown and
wreath, composed of white robes,
carnation pinks and laural leaves.
' - ' t
The Ljkeliko brought 953 pfcga of
Minn. tw1 fMl lw.K.1 ..l.t.
ougui unit vu uluu Ul CUUie. 1
- Jtfeayy lilr.ck Bunting at
C5 cent, a yura during (hi Jnvcn
tory Sale at the HonoliImj Cl6tii
mtrEMromuM.' A. M. Mellis.
t&- Fine Gen a Buckskin Suits
tomethitut tinn. frnhi ftl'l tn feQK
during te Inventory 8io . the.
HON unxt Ci.ornikn KuDnimiti1''
A. M. MiiXi!.
TlondonOuuop. Woolwich pre
4,;i i-i.hi'..v,?I&.i i.. i. L...
uo(n:i;i- ill vusputjuviiuu
mwHiiiiinua iiDou u larce
.9 - m 'J j 1 -
BcalA'n'tKVfnodtspu'tch of munitions
of war, including explosives, ? to
fy&'P&c Ariangcmcjita haVc irecn
perfected by which 40,000 men can
oc emuarKeu on tno instant. A com-
picto return has been ordered of nia
rinos nvnijabjofor foreign service.
Tho Omcdrs' 'Rdsoh cs offer the ser
vices of men for' ganlsoh-duty at
Chatham. A reserve siege train is
being mado ready for service. There
is a siege train ,t complete yvith stores
ah'dl .bppliancca) ' rcau!y n ht Malta.
Orders for rcscn-cs to como on duty
at a given dato'nrc'.said to be'ready
to be issued on Monday. It is said,
Al60rthattliCv.Guarda havc. been
pr4cid tp.holdy thcjnsch-es iuj-cacl
nM.fbr'forign scryce'. , ' $ y
" A tfifostantlnoplc dtspatcli snys
thp CopfercupQ, regards sp6cdyf arm
ed 'intcncrcnceashecessAry, and
that it is improbablo for any offer
of Turkey to send! troops 'to be ac
cepted. In-theCommons tho, Secretary of
SUt foWnditt declined to atntawlic-
tUcr the Indian troops wcrcready, tcJ
procceu.to jhgypt. i ,t
i.Tlvi1mii&nba ccrctaryo.of tlib
War Oftico statc at the troopship
Orontes l'gf tyTs-jtcrda, with a strong
drnft of marjncs'-iorjJ) Mediterran
ean',' bu,frno i.fnu8i1al cxpcndlturo was
being inqnrrcat tbpdock yards. k '
London, Jnnb 21st. A despatch
from Alcxandric states that tho Sul
tan is Urging tho Khedive to return
to Cainc), juui qqYcrM Ameribansr,in
eluding Stone t Pa'slia, tao giy.cn
him BimflaVa3vTcc." The Ministers
have ordered all. tho Europeans iii
the cnBUMothetEyptiar Govc'tin
fnent to rctlmv" "loi Cairo, and work.
Lord Duffcrin has. been instructed
to confine his action at, thCjC,cnfer
ence to effecting such V wcltlcrfient
as will provide for tho maintenance
oftthc rights of the Khedive,' 'tho
preservation of. the- liberties of the
Egyptians' .and "tho obscrvauco of
( London, June' 21st. The ammu
nition 6cized in Clorkcnwcll Saturday
consists ,& ,"(0,000, rounds of Cart
ridge's, some of which are of.Gov
ernment manufacurc. ' '
London, Juno '21st. Tho Times
says tho guard-ship Valci&les, was
recently, ordered to'TJevbnport for,
the court-martial of her olflccrs,' in
connection with certain discipliniary
offcnces,but in consequence of pri
vate inforniationis to. tho, danger of
leaving tftclrish'coastj insufficiently
watchqd, tho order wa . counter
London, June 21st. At the Ham
ilton tPalaco salet yesterday) n writ-,
ing table' and upright 'secretaire in
wood, and metal, designed b)' Rei
senor for Mnrie itntoinettcrealizcd
atotnl of 15,000. The proceeds
of tho sale so far arc .nearly 92,
OOOstorling.' ' ' v'
Kew'York, July" 21. A special
Matamoras,1 Mexico, saya despatch
was. received here this mxrhing stat
ing that a terrible firo at Cocoahulan
destroyed '04 houses. The residents
had to "fly for'tliejr lives from the
burning buildings and saved none of
their property. The firo was Anally
extinguishet,jby thejsoldlery, '
St. pKTEnsj-jUitaJune 21st. The
elaboration of the new Civile Code
han been ordered. General Onshcff
skywillecqmc Prefect ofithc St.
Petersburg police, and .General JCos
loff, will return to his post at
Moscow.' 1 .-'''
iLJJ- " ' I '
packages of L sugar came
co yesterday morning.
2Ww sty tea Gen til natent
ventllafid Hats at, (he Hosqi.ui.u
A. M. Mf.li.i,
Two express carriages, 1 light
truck, and a good two seat spring
wagon, arc for salo at-Phil. Stein's.,
carriage shop pn Fort Street. .
) -''v '. 130 lwl '. u.i
,wm . wqp.psi
.AfcJ&O fp, Cord.
.v.' Apply-to' . i i
jEx&cmoiit in England.
V P T& Pf 1"$
'Tcrork, quno 3Qth. At Star
LdoJablam Bays'rhein an
effort in "official circles to veil the
disquictudo felt in consequence of
(lfo;cp8iftitrEgyJtt$i afraifs. Whilo
it is not even yet certain that war
may-eomc, the bustlo and activity, in
tho army and navy would appear to
bo an afmost assured prcsago of that
result. In tho .. event of war with
Egypt it is understood to bq tho in
tbjiton,6f thccatJcrB of thcrcvolu
Uonary party in Ireland to take ad
vantage of England's embarrassed
condition and pcrcipitato a general
rising in, Ireland. Jt -.is estimated
that within' a few days tho military
strength of England, ntAlcxandia
'and Malta"? "wIUdo" greatly 'augment
cdpandfth9ti30;q00' troops'" of all
arms twill bo hold fcadyfor active
service, To-day 8000 troops em
barked at Portsmouth, and like
detachment xgoes ont' to-morrow.
The newfl'of tho; thrcateilcd revolu
tion,, in' .Ireland Joauscs considerable
excitement lierc; ' It is ndw'bclie'vcd
that pl&hs for sucha-movementYiero
Bocrc'tly discussed after tho recent
Parnell dinner in Ldtidon?
V ,r ,
.Alexandra, Juno j,J$9th-'Ra'ghcb
Poaha promises to dismiss tho Pre
fect of Polico and.tbe Chief of Gcnd-.
armc'sV "' J,TS .J
, Tho,,Govcrpmcnti. hw dccldc'dito.
employ dcstituie Natives wi "tKc-pub-lic
works. It is believed that tney
will bo put tooVl'onSho-forHflca-tions.
A number of. recruits arrived to
day1 and rt-dhforced tho garrison
here? w" """ " "r !ws -
w3r '-SJiaflcd Fringes tctfrfjikcifai
yardJchtring the IritiaUoryfSale
A. M. Mellis.
UTH In this cifo-fJi)y ?th, to tlic
wlfo of tS. ,Jl LpvJy,aon.4 u
B'ODND.'dn BcrctanlaJsrre6t,'a "tycllos'
Bac, coutatalng children's 'wcilr
Jl'g PP? rel.The awncj ;.can MtQAsam
by proving property and paying cost of
advertisement. 'Apply ftU Ji .V"Utob-
FOUND) a Carpenter ComblnatSoB
Rule. Owner can have the same
by proving property and paying cost of
achertitcment. Apply at J. Vt Kob
ertson&Co's. 104 'lw
J7OUND, a Purse, containing a slim
of money. Owner can. have the
same by.pr6ing property and puylm?
cost of advertisement. Apply at I. W.I
Robertson & Co's. YU 3w
I70UN1J, on Safftrday' last, on Hq'tcl
. Street, a Package ;of Transferring
papers. The owner can havo thc'samc
by payloR dTprhWs andBcalllnB at the
Bulletin Ottlce. eu . m lw
A Ladles' IHand Ban. iThc
owner can have tho same by dem
and paying cost of advcrtlnet
mont. Apply to'ivM. Svanzv, at T.
H. Datics &'Co's
? 'tlie ow'rlcr can hav
havo on proUni;
property pnd paying for, this adverth
inffliAlAWtn' ')'. lill
120 ., Messrs. CAsyLi&C.ooKl:
a MULE CaRT
HIIftckfcja & Co. "
ATOTlCE. Th'o uhderMcned- Is n'nV
1 prcpaicd.to glye lessons In Spanish
or' Vnnclh-nnd any other-fOrel-ririan-
gimgo, ontlly and clcntlUcally, with tlq
iiiosi t'usy mcinoci 'to us pcricct Know
IcbKC. to yoiiDir Indies at tho Kinder
Garten School premises. NuuauuAe
nuc, dally frpm 2 to "J, p. in,-, and, to
young men, at xm premwes opposite
Queen'Kmma'o.'from 9 to' 10 p.m.
For. particulars enqulro therein. '!2
t. i .iLr-n... n- ,.' ,.',.
; ,..f: 'f in .,,.1,1 . i , .
" C 4l Saiid Builder,'
Honolulu Steam Planlng'Mllls, Espla
nade, "Honolulu. .
Manufactures all khuh'of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Framps, Bllndu,
Sahhes. Doors, and all kind of Wood
w'prRiftnlsh. .Turnips', 'Scroir andtRind
8rtwlu(. All kinds of Saving and Plan
Ing, Morticing und Teuantlng.
Orders promptly attended to and work
guaranteed, Orders from tho other If
lands solicited.. 21
. i ? ji i
GREAT Bargain For .Sale The
promises latnly occupied by G.
p. Buoklpy, ou I; i I iha strcjet; albp
the adjoining, property with dwel;
ing house oh 's.iirio.' ?rhoso' places
ara fnvottdily 'situated ".apd ( but a
short distanco from town wFor fur
ther particulare' 'npply to George C.
Buggies, Carriages, Express "Wagons
nnd every kind of vehicles
and all kinds of repairing done.
LIME AND. BRICKS
!Ex BurkAIitiy, ,
FOR SALE in quantities to suit,
At Lowest Prices,
131 CUT Castlb & UoOKtt.
TOR SALE, a No. a
Grinds from & to 10 tops per day.
Also, pulleys, belt, etc., all In Rood
ordor; can be run by steam or horso
power, jn-if tho article for a plantation.
HAY, OATS CORN,
Tyiieat, Bro.n, Barley, Whoto and
'Ground, Mixed c'd, etc ,
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
59 t iAlNE &! Co., St Fort t.
Honolulu Fira Department.
TlIEfollowlng named gentlemen havo
be'en duly elected Offlcer1) ol tho
Department for tfie ensuing year, and
nsnmed the flutlca of ttfeir rcspcctlvo
John'Nott, , , Chief Engtnepr
Rout. LxwKns,.,lst Ass't iKnglnc'er
' T3itAS. B. .Wilson 2nd ' ?
Jas.'W. M'QvniKr.s-.'.tlro Marshal
CllAs.lT. GULtCK,' Be6.(and TreaV.
i . CHASiOVGUMCK,
h w 5' 8ec'yIl.X D.
Honphilu, July 6, 1883. . 13G 3t
nPHE Hawaiian' Journal, " KoIIa-
ij i. t.t
.fiL waiiPaki.va, owned and
eddjd by 'Kawaintii Bros. ; has a
wceklyeitionof 3,00 copies, and
is tho best advcrlisinir medium. 'Of-
Bce; No. (5 Merchant st.' ' i
1'cfe .DKLlVITRElto 'ail art- of tho
city and snbuibi at all Lours of tho
day. . ' .
OrdcrMrom theothsr.lslandR prompt
lv attended to.
, Oflkc at W. E. Eostku's, Saddler,
Vojt street. '-
' IVlcphono No. 111. " 139
HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTORY.
Ice delivered to all parts of tho
City. Shipping supplied in quantities
to suit. Telephone, No. C8. Ofllco at
Wilder ifc Co.'s. ,, 18
-l-: , i! -: u
"TT10R SALE, o'no new Scow, capable of
J- holding 10 tons.ibullt by, G. Emnie?,
andniow.in good order. For'furtherpar
.Uculais apply to,Tn,Ko. II Davies & Co.
ITOR SALE, a twocatcd wagon
with polo'iuidniaftfl, and a
double harness, nearly' new, prico
8150. May be scch in rear of No.
20 School st. W. G. Noedham; 72
Ul J. iji ii.
"VI7"AN'TEn A young Girl, to make1 hor
JJ clf.BCiwrnlly uscful,in the houso
of a lady on Maul. For particulars en
iulte hl.thu IJnwrfllfin .UoicJ, Room No.
1H, Iri'tlio monilng b'jforc 'J :30. 07
"X7"ANTEI).v-A lheman wlthmodcr
yV hrcv tapitftl, "jfMib lsbth incr
chant andWeeountant 'oafV'hohrof '
good buHincss opportunity by address
tngCl'i., JiuiieTin ouieiv rrmcipnis
only. AH cqinmnpiuitions Lrioti- co
iidomlal. ' ' 'Jim .; -ins
W ANTED, A competent nnd experi
enced man to rent or superintend
the lower story.pt. tluj American Hotel.
It 'hns'been expressly dctfgne'd for a
Boarding Iloiv-o and will hu iurulshed
ia thu latcsCnnd rqost cjpnrenleat stjlo.
No Ohlne.eMintrtl. ' '
Apply at No. 70 Mnuuiikea, street, to
I -JO tf .. Xi Uliuikm, Proprietor.
Toilet finnps, Bliio Mottled Soap,
lust received. Our tollft f.ojips iiro
Vt'autl(ul tmiLchriip, fumllles would do
weirto'ox.tuiuie. . ' .
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