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TL'KSDAY, JULY 11, 1882.
v jUonuay, .miy iu. -"r " ye
pfficnU'd :i petition from Koloa, Kauai,
'priiviiiK Hint $2f0 be inseited In the
ihppropriutioii bill for iv wharf lnnd-
PyPiug at that place. Referred to tho
!$ 'committee who have charge of such
Mr. Kamakclo presented a rcsolu-
Y 'in fruni lliiw.aiiium nf fills Inlmirl
U '-praying that the item of support to
LA Queen's Hospital be stricken out of
the appropuation bill provided Dr.
Fitch is not appointed physician to
that institution. Referred to Sani
A petition from Ewn, Oahu, was
prcscutcd by Mr. Kalua to prohibit
4lr Itvitiftt nf t nf It mini iitf n. 4ltu
V WV 1IUWMIIWI VA JllUUl iiuv HilO
country. Kcferreu to committee on
F 1 liniinr l111a nrul nntitinna nf lilm i
jf' laupoko and one from this city to
the same effect, which were referred
in like manner as tho previous one.
', Tho special committee on the item
of expenses of the Board of Health
reported that the item of $35,000 be
passed ; the report was laid on the
table to be considered with tho ap
Mr. Rico read for the first time an
act to amend chapter 28 of Session
Laws of 1872, relating to fines of
agents taking false acknowledge
ments to instruments. Laid over for
its second reading. Also an act to
amend section 895 of the Civil Code
relating to summons ; which also was
Kj referred for its second reading.
Mr. Aliolo read for the first time
an Act to define the time in which
warrants mny be issued for the
arrest of deserters from bound
Ecrvicc. On rules being suspended,
the bill was read a second time by
its title, and with amendment the
bili passed to engrossment to be
read a third time on Tuesday.
Mr. Kalua then read a resolution
to tho effect that the Cabinet be
requested to lay before tho Assem
bly their views us to what ought and
should bo done to ensure tho Treaty
. A long debate arose among the
members during which tho Minister
of Foreign Affairs, for tho Cabinet,
etatcd that they would be very will
ing to comply with tho request and
supported the resolution, and asked
tho postponement of tho answer for
House rc-RSsembled at 1 :30 p.m.
Mr. Rice read for the first time an
act to prevent the spread of disease
from abroad among animals. Order
ed to bo printed.
Mr. Aholo gave notise of inten
tion to introduce a bill to amend
chapter 50 of the Penal Code.
Mr. Kaunamano rend a resolution
that the stun of $7,000 bo inserted
in tho appropriation bill for improv
ing the landing at Koholalele, which
was laid on tho table to be consider
ed with the appropriation bill.
Under tho head of Order of the
Bay, tho Act to regulate the receiv
ing, tho keeping and the paying out
of Government monies, &c, was
read a second timo by title only.
On motion tho House resolved it
self into committee of the whole for
tho consideration of said bill, tho
Hon. J. M. Kapena in the chair.
The bill was then lead section by
section, and passed with amend
ments. The committeo then arose tho
motion to adjourn to meet again
this morning at 10 a.m. was passed
-lKr- iYeij styles
ventilated Mats at
A. M. Miuxi, 101 JFor'K,
JijMAS or Girl want ml to uKu caui
of mn baby, libera! w.ikin. Ad.
ply Ml iiie liftitiu:. oulcu.
IBS 1W I,. ilA(,tlZ,
(From our own Currutputiduiit.)
The new English church at Kilau
e.i was dedicated on the 4th July,
everything passed off very success
fully. Tho Rov. Mr. Simpson of
Lihue is very unwell and was unable
to attend the dedication of the Kl
lauea church. There were four native
ministers present who transacted the
necessary business, and the church
was formally declared open for
divine service. This church was
built by foreigners, I believe without
any help from the natives.
It is contemplated to endeavor to
obtain the services of a competent
foreigner to teach English. Certain
ly an English school is much requir
ed in that neighborhood.
The races at Kapaa were a great
success, every one seemed to enjoy
the celebration of tho 4th of July to
their heart's content; a motley
crowd it certainly was Americans,
Europeans, Kanakas, Ncgioes,
Chinese and Soutli Sea Islanders all
mingled together, and vicing with
each other who should do most honor
to the anniversary of the great day
of a great country.
After seeing the sports at Kapaa,
and coming in at the finish in good
timo for tho crowning acts of tho
dedication at Kilauea, I travelled on
to Hanalci and the next day paid a
visit to Mr. Webb's school. There
were 40 in attendance, mainly boys :
of girls thcro appears a scarcity in
this district, Mr. 'Webb having only
6. Tho children wero neat, orderly
and obedient. The reading, spell
ing and meanings are very well ren
dered, also the writing and arithme
tic. The whole evinced the energy
displayed by the teacher, of which I
had a practical exposition. There is
no time wasted in that school and no
useless repetitions. Thcro is a great
want of proper furniture and accom
modation, but that will shortly be
supplied by the Board of Education,
as I understand they are going to
soon put up a new school house.
I was so much pleased with what I
saw that I intend whenever in the
neighborhood to wile away a few
hours in the bchool-room. Tho at
tendance is low owing to several
families having left the district, but
is likely I am told to increase.
"Weather on the island as usual,
genial showers and cool breezes
koepjthe Temperature of our hottest
days considerably under 80 , while
in New York, I suppose it is 10 or
12 warmer, if not more.
Tjie reported death" of Dr. Oliver
is proved to be false. Tho telephone
wire is uow stretched out to Haka
lau. The weather is fine, and the
Hilo cane fiolds aro looking splon
ISy Heavy Black Buntinq at
G5 cent : a yurd during tin Inven
tory Sale at the Honolulu Cloth
ing Emporium. A. M. Mellis.
Tun person who borrowed the na
tivo version of the " Constitution
and Laws of tho Hawaiian Islands,"
established in tho Reign of Kameha
mcha III., 18425 from Mr. Cecil
Brown's ofilec, is requested to ro
turn tho same. 124 lw
Two express carriages, 1 light
truclt, ana a good two seat spring
wagon, arc tor sale at I'hil. btein s,
carriago shop on Fort Street.
LOST A white basket cloth sack,
also, a Guld Locket and chain
marked " Irene II." The finder will bo
snltablv rewarded on leaving the sume
at tho JlULLETIN olllce.
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES
ov merciiandihu run
-ifrf Tho Brit. S.S. Triumph, W.
HESsiS U. Gould, uiaHter. will coin
uiojice discharging without delay. Con-HigiH-es
are requested to cull at tho
olllce of tho undersigned", pav fi eight
and llghteiagoaud make their custom
house cnlrles. All freight when landed
will 1 1 at the risk of the owners thereof.
13iit U. HACkrBLU k Cc, Aj'ts.
We clip tho following from Messrs
Williams, Uiimind & 'Co.'b circular,'
to hand per steamer City or KcffimraiiuguCTi.
Sugar The local lcilueiies have
reduced their prlo.es cent per lb.
on all grades since our last. Trade
is dull and tho demand for grocery
grades of island is very limited.
Cubaa in New York show no
activity, but the prices remain the
same, viz: S8. 18f for 9(5 percent.
Manila has had another decline
which reduces tho basis to SG.7'J.
Rice Tho mai kct is o crstocked
with inferior qualities, the quantity
thus far is double that of last year
but of a much poorer quality. Sales
have been made at 5 J less 1A per
cent for cash.
Arrivals at San Francisco, 1). C.
Murray, J. A. Falkinbcrg, Ella and
California on tho 2Gth ult., from
this port, and on the same day the
Clans Spreckels from Kahului.
The Ida Schnaucr sailed on tho
2nd ult. for Hilo, mid the W. H.
Dimond on the 29th for Kahului.
Tho projected departures are, July
7th, steamer Suez;; the Caibaricn,
D. C. Murray, J. A. Falkinbcrg
and Ella for this port, no date, and
Claus Spreckels for Kahului.
Thk brig Tawcra, Cnpt. S. Sweet,
arrived from Papenriri on Sunday
morning. She brings 100 cords fire
wood, 8000 lbs arrowroot, G000
cocoanuts, 4 boxes guava jolly and
1 box oranges.
Tug steamer Hnnsa has sailed
from London for this port via Lis
bon and St. Michaels. She has ac
commodations for carrying 1,200
adults. She is due here in all August.
The party who was seen to take a
low crown felt hat, from the Music
Hall, on the evening of the 4th July,
will please return the same to Harts'
" Old Corner," and save further
trouble. 138 lw
XSy Fine Gen s Buckskin Suits
something new, from S13 to $25
during the Inventor; Hale at the
Honolulu Clothing E.iroiiiuM.
A. M. Mellis.
Auction Salesby E.P. Adams
Thursday, Jitne 13th
At 10 o'clock a. in.
At the Residence of Mr. 8. Both,
Mahogany Table and Chain,
Marble top Tables,
Sow lug Table,
Black walnut Bedroom Set,
Dining room and Kitchen Furniture.
A Lot of Fowls,
E. 1'. Adams, Auctloi.eer.
NOTICE. There will be a meeting ot
cx-soldlcrs a'.'d sailors of tho U. S.
Army and Navy at the Hawaiian Hotel
next Saturday evening, July 13th, at
7 :30, for this purposo of receiving the
names of those who -wish to beuomo
member, of a Post of the G. A. It. to bo
established hero. Blank applications
may bo had by applying to the Secic
tary at thepfflcc of Messrs. W. G. Irwin
& Co., corner of Fort and Queen streets,
between 12 and 1 o'clock, noon, or to
Mr. Clarke, nt tho P. C. A. olllce, be
tween 5 and 0 p.m. By Order.
i:3 OJ II. Emjkidhi:, Sec'y.
A RARE BARGAIN I
ONE of tho most comfortable and
neatly located cottages hi Honolulu
to lent, furnished, or will sell furniture
on tho most reasonable terms, llousu
contains Uvtrooms with gulden and all
convenience. Menial ol llouoe, 3111)
per month. Furniture entirely new and
Complete. Reason for dlsposul ouuer
leaving the Klugdom. Apply at oneu
1. to. WISUMAXN,
Real Estate liroker.
"E arc indebted to Mr. J. ai
0t J'-. for the following report of
Mabel 5 whales
John Howland 4
Mary and Susan 3
Helen Mar 2
Francis Palmer 1
Is oi thern Liirht 1
Other vessels were seen in the
vicinity boiling, but their haul could
not bo obtained. Tuc wh. bark
Sappho, Capt. Colson, was lost in
the ice early in May. All hands
Tin: block of ice, sent to tho store
of J. W. Robertson & Co., by Mr.
W. E. Foster, of the Artesian Ice
Works, on Saturday, was on exhibi
tion throughout the day, and at
tracted a considerable number of
people. The ice was exposed from
S a.m. to 4 r.M., and at the latter
hour had diminished very little in
size from what it was in the morning.
The British steamer Triumph ar
rived yesterday, 25 days from Hong
kong. She brings 850 Chinese and
700 tons freight for this port.
Oun Hilo correspondent, writes :
The Fourth passed off in Hilo with
out an arrest for drunkenness. Wo
have convicted three beer sellers
lately and it has produced a good
effect on the general morals. The
schooner Excelsior will sail for the
Sound on tho 7th inst.
S& Shaded Fringes at 75 cents
a yard during the Inventory Sale
at the Honolulu Clothing Empo
rium. A. M. Mkllk.
China. In addition to tho two
fast corvettes that aro going with
the American Mission to Corea, two
other Foochow-built corvettes will
accompany them, so the Chinese
Government will be represented by
four ships of war in Corea. This
addition was made on account of
the reports of the great gathering of
Russian and English war ship3 about
to make a decent also upon Corea.
Another case of looting a ship
wrecked vessel lias occurred in the
Ilnetan Straits. The British bhip
Garstaug, bound from Melbourne
to Amoy, went ashoro recently and
was looted by a crowd of Chinese,
who surrounded the craft in junks.
IT'OUND, on Bcretania street, a Ladles'
. Uajr, containing childieu's wear
ing apparel. The owucr can have same
by proving propel ty and paying cost of
advertisement. Apply at J. w. Rob
ertson & Co's. 131 lw
I7OUND, a Carpenter's Combination
? Rule. Owner can have tho sumo
by proving property and paying cost of
advertisement. Apply at J. W. llob
ortson !e Co's. 131 lw
irOUND, a Purse, containing a sum
A of money. Owner can have tho
same by proving property and pa lug
cost of advertisement. Apply at I. W.
Robertsou & Co's. 131 lw
FOUND, on Saturday last, on Hotel
Street, a Package of Transferring
papers. Tho owner can have tho same
by paying expenses and calling at tho
Bulletin Olllce. 127 lw
FOUND A Ladies' '.Hand Bag. The
owner can hate the wuuo by des
cribing and paying cost of advertise
ment. Apply to F. M. Swanzv, at T.
II. Darlcs 4. Co's. 132
JUND-A Plantation Draft, which
Jj tho owner can havo o proWng
property and paying lor
ment. Apply to
120 Messrs. Castle & Cookk
? Apply to
a MULE CART
H. Hackfcld & Co.
"VTOTIOE. Tho undersigned is now
X 1 prepared to givo lessous in Spanish
or French, and any other foreign lan
guage, orally and sclcntlllcally, with the
most easy method to Its perfect know
lebge, to voting ladles at tho Kinder
Garten School premises, Nuuonu Ave
nue, dally from 2 to A p. in,; and to
young men, at the premises opposite
Queen Emma's, from '.) to 10 p.m.
For particulars enquire therein, 02
F. D. A. Jlarqucz, Prof, of Languages.
GREAT Bargain For Sale The
pronusos lately occupied by G.
C. Ueckley, on Lililia street; also
tho adjoining proporty with dwol
ing house on samo. Theso places
arc favorably situated and but a
short distanco from town. For fur
ther particulars apply to George C.
Carriage cfpit Builder.
Buggies, Cordages, Express WngonB
and every kind of vehicles
and all kinds of repairing done.
.A.t $10 a Cord.
137 lm P.M.S.S. Wharf.
LIME AND BRICKS
FOR SALE In quantities to suit,
At Lowest Pricee,
134 ?By Castlic & Cookk.
FOR SALE, n No. 2
Wareliduse Feed Mill
Grinds from 5 to 10 tons por duy.
Also, pulleys, belts, etc., all In good
order; can be run by steam or horso
power, just tho article for a plantation.
KAY, OATS, CORN,
Wheat, Bran, Barley, Whole and
Ground, Mixed Feed, etc.
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
50 LAINE & Co., 31 Fort at.
Honolulu Fire Department.
'"IMIE following named gentlemen havo
JL been duly elected Olllccrs of tho
Department for the ensuing year, and
assumed the duties of their respective
offices this day:
.Toim Nott, Chief Engineer
RonT. LKWEns,..lst Ass't Engineer
Cius. 11. Wilson, 2nd "
Jas. W. M'QuniB,....Flro Marshal,
Ciias. T. Gtn.tCK, Sec. and Trea'r.
CHAS. T. GULIOK,
See'v If. F. D.
Honolulu, July G, LS82. 13G 36
UNION FEED COMrANY77CV.
Busn, Manager. See advertise
ment on other page.
Artesian See Works
ICE DELIVERED to all parts of the
city and suburbs at all hours of tho
Orders from the other Islands prompt
ly attended to. ,
OlHco at W. E. Fosteu'b, Saddler,
Telephone No. 111. 129
ONOLULU ICE MANUFACTORY.
Ice delivered to all parts of tho
City. Shipping supplied In quantities
to suit. Telephone, No. 58. Offico at
"Wilder & Co.'s. 1
IlOR SALE, ono new Scow, capable of
holding 10 tons, built by G. Emmes,
and now In good order. For further par
ticulars apply to Tnuo. II Davies &. Co.
ITOR SALE, a two-seated wagon
. with polo and shafts, and a
double harness, nearly new, price
6150. May bo seen in rear of No.
20 School at. W. G. Nccdliam. 72
WANTED a young Glrtomako her
self generally useful in the houso
of a lady on Maui. For particulars en
quire at the Hawaiian Hotel, Room No.
10, in tho morning befoio U:30. 07
WANTED. A live man with modor
ate capital, who Is both mer
chant and accountant, can hear of a
good business opportunity by address
ing C V D., Bulletin olllce. Principals
anlv. All communications strictly con
WANTED, A competent and expert,
euced man to rent or superintend
tho lower story of tho Amerlean Wot el.
It has been expressly designed for a
Bonding House and will bo furnished
In tho latest and most convenient Hylc.
No Chinese wanted.
Applv at .No. 70 Mauuakca street, to
Jotf Z. Y. Scjuuifis, Prop, rti ot.
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