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Till ItSDAY, JULY 13, 1882.
Monday, July 12. Mr. Aholo
gave nolieo of his intention to intro
duce an Act to regulate Jury fees.
On motion, tlie order of the day
vnn taken up. The Act to regulate
the receiving, the custody mid the
pnying out of Government monies,
being unfinished business, was token
up and considered in committee of
the whole, the Hon. J. M. Kapeua
in the chair. Section 17 being read,
a, very lengthy discussion arose
among the menibcs which occupied
the House all ttio morning, and at
12 o'clock, the motion to indefinite
ly postpone was put and lost, the
Section then was passed with nn
amendment making it Section 1G.
The committee then rose being 12
u., and the House took a recess till
At 1.30 p.m. the House resumed
the consideration of the bill that was
under discussion, and wlncn was
duly considered, section by section
and each section passed up to Sec.
34, when the hour being late, the
motion to adjourn was carried, to
meet again this day at 10 a.m.
. Thk following report from Dr.
Eodgers to the Board of Health will
be found to be of interest:
His Ex. Walteu M. Gibson,
President Board of Health :
Sin, I have the honor to report
that in accordance with the appoint
ment of your Board, I entered upon
my duties us Assistant Physiciau to
the Government Dispensary and
Branch Leper Hospital on Tuesday,
June 6th. From June G to June 30,
inclusive, in addition to attendance
at the Dispensary and Hospital, I
made seventy-four (74) visita to pa
tients at their homes, and assisted
Dr. Fitch at ten (10) operations,
four (4) of which were for cataract.
I trust it will not be out of place
for mo at the present time to urge
upon your attention the need of en
larged and improved accommodations
at the Dispensary, and also the im
perative necessity for the establish
ment of some definite and compre
hensive system in the leper adminis
tration in place of the chaos now ex
isting. Very respectfully,
Ciiaklks T. ItonoEits, m.d.
Honolulu, July 10th, 1882.
It is rumored that Capt. Hobron
intends building another steamer
larger and of greater speed than the
The bark Caibarion
was to sail
from San Francisco
Sho has a mail.
on July 1st.
, The 6tcamer Suez may be looked
for on Saturday from San Francisco.
The regular monthly meeting of
the St. Andrews Guild will be held
tills evening at 7.30 o'clock
Tnn second bridge from the
church on tho Waikiki road, which
has been in a very bad condition for
some tune past, is now being repair
ed. It is to be hoped that the neces
sary repairs to the roads will not bo
Mr. Piiii.ii Milton has some fine
grape vines growing at his residence
on King street, Kulaokahua Plains.
They are now bearing. A specimen of
the grapes inuy bo seen in tho show
window at Messrs. J. "W. Robertson
& f?n.' ulnvn. Tlinsn fnnd nf p.itltiir
Sj'tlii3 delicious fruit may have an op
'l'porlmiily of purchasing the nrticle
ftyujroui j. i . jusu uu rurt ureui,
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ivo a small lot lor sale. '
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IJllUttlU J COllUU
veighed 4 pounds.
KniTOit Bclletis: Your corres
pondent "O" in issue of 1st inst.,
seeing to me to merely " Teach his
grandmother to ent eggs," "re" the
much vexed question of "Steamer
Subsidy." Perhaps the above le
marks may cnusc "O" to give us his
views on the subject platitudes.
Tho question seems to be summed
up in this tho Legislature have
granted a subsidy of 850,000 to
cover a mail service for two years,
by no means an excessive amount,
considering our exports and imports,
and the absolute necessity for regu
lar communication, then comes the
question, Who to give it to? Now
the sum is not sufficient to cause it
to be suspected that undue measures
would bo taken to gain possession of
it by cither of the rival parties un
less they might value the power it
would give them at nn abnormal
price, and the reply to the question
simply becomes what will, irrespec
tive of favor and friendship, give the
grcntest satisfaction to the inhabit
ants of the Hawaiian Islands.
The old lino has the claim of
priority and of having performed the
mail service, absolutely nothing
more. They have suited themselves,
otherwise they would not have run,
and they will continue doing so as
they have the Australian subsidies,
and it pays them, and they have not
consulted Hawaiian convenience.
The new company have intelligent
and business men at the head of
their affairs, who arc starting this
line to make a trade, and nil who
know Americans may rest assured
that it means business, and business
means reduction in freights and pas
sages, considerable, it is to lie Hoped
from the preposterous charges of the
i'.Ai.b.a. Lo. iiesidcs as soon as
their fleet is completed we are to have
a fortnightly mail with the coast. Be
sides this the new company is inti
mately connected with the Islands
and it will be to their interest to
foster its trade as much as possible,
also they may possibly run a boat to
Tahiti. The idea that they maj
bust up will not hold water the
company is a staunch one and if
they did their bondsmen would be re
sponsible to the Hawaiian Govern
3,311 packages of sugar and 410
packages paddy came to hand since
Mr. E. P Adams will sell this
day at 10 n. m. at the residence of
Mr. S. Roth, Montgomory Square,
household furniture, fowls, etc.
The steamer Iwalnni leaves for
Kona, Kau and Maaluea at 4 r.M.
The water from Nuuanu Reservoir
will be shut off to-morrow, from 7
a.m. to 4 r.M.
The rates of postage in Mexico
arc higher then any other countrj
on the globe, but why any one in
Mexico should ever want to send or
receive a letter is a conundrum. If
they attend to their rebellions that's
The Queen of Italy's taste in dress
is unimpeachable. At one of the
fetes giveu in honor of herself and
nusuano ai vicuna, sue wore a
cream-colored dress covered with
the most delicate lace looped up
with a bow. No sleeves, but on the
shoulders large bracelets of emeralds,
diamonds and white and pink pearls.
Said tho Colorado juryman
" Fellow-sufferers : I don't know as
this man is guilty, but tho folks in
this neighborhood haven't enjoyed
n hanging for a long time, and if wo
don't give 'em one they'll bo mad.
Wc must look out for our own popu
larity." A giirl at Mt. Labanon, Ind, swal
six slurt buttons" in an
nttnnillt. to pntnnilt. Kiiinirln Tlinf
. ' ... 4 , , ,
she could have b allowed a bureau
drawer and jtuished the job at once.
(From our own t'orroapondent.)
Your correspondent was glad to
see that the Honorable the Attorney
General cxpiefscd in the Legislative
Assembly his satisfaction with the
manner in which the Sheriff of Kauai
performed his duties and compelled
those under him to do theirs. There
is no doubt upon that fact, he is a
disciplinarian and has what is com
monly termed hoim, that is proved
by the fact that the Police- matters
of the Island of Kauai went on most
harmoniously during his absence
while managed by Mr. Dcverill and
who managed to fall in for some
considerable slang from Princeville
Plantation because he did his duty,
at least such is the opinion of every
respectable resident and the late
verdicts of-Kakina, tho Polico Jus
tice at Ilnnalci, have given every
satisfaction. This last named gen
tleman is a native in a thousand,
clear-headed, shrewd, and honest, is
not to bo fooled or bounced and is
very cool under fire, i.e. when be
ing pumped, relating to cases by
foreigners holding responsible posi
tions who ought to know better,
but they don't draw. There is one
want here, thnt is, a foreigner, one
having had some littlo experience in
former life either in army, navy or
Police should be appointed in the
Police on the Ilnnalci sido of the
Island of Kauai, and I venture to say
that between Mr. Wilcox and he they
would clear the island of distillers
and sly grog sellers, that wc should
hear no more of Chinese threats to
shoot constables. On that subject,
a gentlcmun told me he had written
to you some time ago.
The bark Adelia Carleton arrived
yesterday, CO days from Newcastle.
She brought 864 tons of coal to
Messrs. Wilder & Co.
Tin: schooner Julia cleared yes
terday for the South Sea Islands,
with a cargo of stores &c. valued at
83,100.39. She sails at 10 o'clock
JB Heavy Meek Bunting at
Go centf a yard during th: Jnven
tory Sale at Me, Honolulu Cloth
djo Emporium. A. M. Mellis.
Two express carriages, 1 light
trucic, ana a gooct two seat spring
wagon, are lor sale at I'hil. Stein's,
carriage shop on Fort Street.
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
Fine Gen a JiucJcshin Suits
something new, from 813 to $25
during the Inventory Sale at the
Honolulu Clothino Emporium.
A. M. Mellis.
Auction SaleB by E. P. Adams
Thursday, June 13th
At 10 o'clock a. m.
At tho Eesidence of Mr. S. Both,
Mahogauy Tables and Chairs,
Marblo top Tables,
Black walnut Bedroom Set,
Black walnut Wardrobe,
Dining room and Kitchen Furnlturo.
A Lot of Fowls.
E. P. Adams, AuctloLccr.
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6T JVo styles Oenta patent
vontilatcd Huts at the Honolulu
A. M. Melli, 104 Fort at.
SSr Shaded Fringes at 75 cents
a yard during the Inventory Sale
at the Honolulu Clothing Empo
rium. A. M. Mkllis.
They searched the sshool children
at Defiencc, O., the other day to find
a dirk, and the result was the finding
of twenty-six pistols and revolvers,
and six dirks and stabbcrs. Educn-
tion reveals some strange traits
11 iin" m, m jIjTii iliu
T?7"OMAN or Girl wanted to take eiue
1 1 of one baby, liberal wages. Ap
ply at the Dui.lktik ofllce. 138 lw
T1TANTED a young Girl, to make her
11 self generally useful In tho house
of a lady on Maul. For particulars en
quire at the Hawaiian Hotel, Room No.
10, in tho morning before 9 :30. 07
WANTED. A lire man with modor
uto capital, who Is both mer
chant and accountant, can hear of a
good business opportunity by; address
ing C P D., Ilullctln ofllce. Principals
only. All communications strictly con
FOUND, on Dorctanla street, a Ladles'
Viag, containing children's wear
lug apparel. Tho owacr cau have same
by proving property and paying co.st of
aclvoitlenient. Apply at J. Y. Itob-
ertson & Go's. 134 1
I?OUNI), a Carpenter's Combination
: Kule, Owner can havo tho tamo
by proving property and paying cosrof
anverti.semcnt. Apply at J. W. itob
crtsou it Co's. 134 lw
J?OUND, a Purse, containing a sum
. of money. Owner can havo the
same by proving property and navlnc
cost of advertisement. Apply at T, W.
Robertson & Co's. 134 lw
FOUND, on Saturday last, on Hotel
Street, a Package 'of Transferring
papers. The owner can have the same
by paying expenses and calling at the
Bulletin Olllce. 127 lw
FjUND-A Plantation Draft, which
the owner tan have o prolug
property and pajlng for this advertise
ment. Apply to,
120 Messrs. Castle & Cookk
LOST, In town, an Oval Blood .Stono
set in a light gold border, with a
movable pivoted steel pin, as a scarf
pin. Tho Under will be suitably ir-
warded by leaving same with J. W
Robertson & Co. 140 lw
T OST, at the Music Hall, on theRven.
X-i ing ot the 4 til Instant, a Red Sat n
Fan. The finder will please rotnrn it at
J. "WT. Bo-crtsn it Co's. 139
A whlto baakrt clntli civ
JL also, a Gold Locket and chain
marked " Irene It." Tho finder will bo
suitably rewarded on leaving the same
at tho Bulletin olllce. 138
FOB SALE ThoKG deslrjihlo
premises situated out on tho
Plains on Ueretnnl! tiriM. ho.
longing to the undersigned. House con
sists of parlor, sitting room, 3 bedrooms,
seiving room, dining room, pantry,
kitchen, and bath room. There Is also
on the premises a nice barn. The place
Is well covered with manlcnic grass, and
has a nice garden. Terms easy. Tor
further particulars Inquire of John F.
ConLnuiiN. 140 2w
TWO OFFICKS TO LET, on the sec
ond floor of the building occupied
by J. W. Robertson 4 Co. 139
. Apply to
a MULE CART
II. Hackfcld & Co.
IjlOK SALE, one new Scow, capable of
holding 10 tons, built by G. Emmes,
and now In good ordor. For further par
tlcnlars' apply to Tnno. II Davies & Co.
IT'OR SALE, a two-seated wagon
with pole and shafts, and a
double hnrncss, nearly new, price
$150. May bo seen in rear of No.
20 School st. "W. G. Needham. 72
"VTOTICE. Tho undersigned is now
JLl prepared to give lessons in Spanish
or French, and any other foreign lan
guage, orally and scientifically, with tho
most easy method to Its perfect know
ledge, to young ladles at tho Kinder
Garteri School premises, Nuuanu Ave
nue, dally from 3 to 3 p.m,; and to
young men, at the premises opposite
Queen Emma's, from 0 to 10 p.m.
For particulars enquire therein, 02
F. D. A. Murquez, Prof . of Languagos.
Honolulu Steam Flaning Mills, Espla-
Manufactures all lCUids of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, BHudn,
Sashes. Doors, and all kind of Wood
work ilnlsh. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sju ing. All k'.ud ot Sawing andPlan
lug, Morticing uud Tenanting.
Orders promptly attended to and work
guaranteed. Orders from tho other Is
lands solicited. 21
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES
OP M EllOlt ANUlsn 1'Elt
The Brit. S.S. Triumph, W.
It. Gould, muster, will com
mence discharging without delay. Con
signees me requested to call at tho
olllce of the undersigned, pay freight
and lighterage and make their custom
homo inlrles. All freight when landed
will bn tit the risk of thuowncrs thereof.
l.'IS at H. Hauui-klu & Co, Ag'ts.
"VTOTICi:. There will be a meeting ot
J.V ex-sohllcis and sailors of the U. 8.
Army and Navy at the Hawaiian Hotel
next Saturday evening, July ICth, nt
7 :30, for the pnriwise of receiving tho
names of those who wish to becomo
members of a Post of the G. A. K. to bo
established here. Blank applications
may be bad by applying to the Secre
tary at the ofllce of Mensrs. Y. G. Irwin
Co., coiner of Fort and Queen streets,
between 12 and 1 o'clock, .noon, or to
Mr. Clarke, at tho 1. C. A. ofllce, be
tween 5 and 0 p.m. By Order.
138 o. II. Eluuidok, Scc'y.
"OTICi:-! beg to notify my many
j- i suuu iriuuus uuu customers toot
Mr. N. Peterson
Has charge of my
And that ho will be pleased to accom
modate them in that line with tho
Best Tennis on tho Bench.
Jrltlug up Telephone No. CS-BB
When you want teams, or leave orders
at tho olllce on Queen street, between
Wllder's and Dowuctt's. Don't forget
the Number, 63.
139 1m G. H. Rorbutson.
Carriage fgl Builder.
Buggies, Carriages, Express "Wagona
and every kind of vehicle
and all kinds of repairing done-
LIME AND BRICKS
TOR SALE In quantities to suit,
At Lowest Prices,
134 ply CA8TLX & COOKE.
TOR SALE, a No. 2
Warehouse Feed Mill
Grind from S to 10' tons per day.
Also, pulleys, bolts, etc., all In goo'd
ordtr; can bo run by steam or horso
power, just tho article for a plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN, '
Wheat, Bran, Barley, "Whole and
Ground, Mixed Feed, etc.
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
B0 LAINE & Co., 34 Fort st.
Honolulu Fire Department.
THE following named gentlemen havo
been duly lcctcd Officers of tho
Department for tho ensuing year, and
nsumed the duties of their respective
offices this day:
John Nott, Chief Engineer
Ronr. LxwKRs,..lst Ass't Englncor
Cius. B. Wilson, 2nd "
Jas. W. M'GuiKB,....Firo Marshal
Chas. T. Gulick, Sec. and Trca'r.
CHAS. T. GULICK-,
Sec'y H. F. "D.
Honolulu, July 6, 1883. 186 3t
A RARE BARGAIN !
ONE of tho most comfortable and
neatly located cottages in Honolulu
to rent, furnished, or will sell furnlturo
on tho most reasonable terms. House
contains flvo rooms with gnrden and all
conveniences. Iteutnl of House, $30
per month. Furniture entirely new and
complete. Hen 30 n for disposal owner
leaving the Kingdom. Apply ut once-
to .1. F.. Wl-KMAXN,
1118 . Real Chtate Ilroker;
UNION FEED COMPANY, A. W.
Hush, Manager. See adiertlse
incnt on other page. 18