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FUTDAY, JULY 28, 1882.
Tho remark is not infrequently
heard, in connection with iv fuse of
ttuihlen ilcuth, " There ought to have
been an inquest held, to ascertain
tho eauo of death." Tito law on
the subject is to he found in the
Civil Codr, Sections 318 to H.'SO.
One clause reads, "As soon uh any
roioner shall have notice of the
death of any person supposod to
have come to such death by poison
hi!?, violence, or in any .suspicious
manner, ho shall forthwith issue his
Hiimnions," &c. Section fl'2'J reads
as follows: "When any coroner
shall not think it neces
sary, on view of such body, that
liny inquest should be taken, he
shall eausp the body to -be decently
Thus it will bo seen that the in
tent of the law is to require the
holding of an inquest only when the
circumstances are such as to lead to
the suspicion of foul plaj , and that
the coioner is, allowed a discretion in
We aie aware that in many coun
tries it is the practice to hold in
quests in very many if not all eases
of sudden deatli ; and we are also that
that not infrequently the cupidity of
olllcials has led to grave abuses as to
inquests. We have heard of one
body of "an unknown" mado to
furnish the opportunity of charging
more than one set of fees.
Wo arc inclined to think that,
under our laws, whenever nn inquest
is really necessary to explain or to
examines into suspicious circum.
Mances of sudden deatli, ono will be
pretty burc to be had.
After several unsuccessful at
tempts to got together those owning
lots in the Oahu Cemetery, the
Treasurer, A. J. Cartwright, Esq.,
succeeded yestcrdivy morning in
meeting at the Chamber of Commerce-Ilooins
with about a dozen per
sons, (including one lady) and the
' business of the Association was ac
complished. This wits first, the
election of set en Trustees, to serve
respectively one, two and three
years. Capl. Mist was appointed
Secretary, pro tern. The following
gentlemen weie then elected Trus
tees: A. J. Caitwiight and .las. I.
Dowsctt, 1st class; E. P. Adams
and S. G. "Wilder, 2nd class ; A. S.
Cleghorn, J. II. Paty and Ucv. S.
C. Damon, 3rd class. The Treas
urer, Mr. Cartwright, then presented
his accounts, up to the 1st of the
present month, which showed cash
in hand amounting to tho very res
pectable sum of SG,472.80, and the
Hum of S250 as due the Association.
Some discussion ensued as to tho
kind and extent of improvements
desirable to be made in and upon
the Cemetery grounds, and it was
the unanimous sense of those present
that the unsightly enclosures of
lots ought to bo removed, and a uni
form system of stone curbs substi
tuted, say fifteen inches high ; that
a handsome stone or concrete fence
should enclose tho grounds; and
that the walks should bo improved
and graded. It was found on refer
ence to the Constitution of the As
sociation that the Trustees nrj there
in authorized to make all needed im
provements. After the meeting had ailjourned,
tho Trustees met and elected the
following olllccrs : President, Jas. I.
Dowsett; Vice-President, Samuel
G. Wilder; Secretary, .Tno. II.
Paly; Treasurer, A. J. Caitwiight.
Before the meeting adjourned, on
motion of Re7. Dr. Damon, n vote
of thnnku was unnnlmously passed,
to A. J. Cartwright, Esq., for the
zealous and efficient manner in
which, he has looked after the inter
ests of the Association during tho
past ten years.
Tho owners of lots in the Comctery
and the public generally, are to be
congratulated upon the prospect,
that at length this so long neglected
spot is to bo put in a condition to
become au or.i-mctit and an honor
to our city,, instead of a reproach
and a disgrace, as it has been for
Thursday, July 20. The commit
tee on the Bill to prevent th'e spread
of diseases among animals, reported
the same as amended by them, with
a recommendation that it do pass.
Laid over under the rules.
Mr. Wideniann inquired of the
Minister of Foieign Affairs, in con
nection with his former resolution
respecting the Hon. Mr. Carter;
whether or not Mr. Carter's pro
cccdingsj were satisfactory. The
Minister replied that Mr. Carter was
proceeding in accordance with in
structions from this government.
Mr. Pahia offered a resolution to
the effect that, an item be inserted
in the loan Hill, authorizing the
the lending of 6100,000 to native
Nawaiiau agriculturists. Tabled,
until the Bill conies up.
The committee to whom was re
ported the petition from the Agricul
tural Society of Honolulu, asking
for $5000 in aid of their funds, re
ferred in favor of the same. Laid on
the Tablo to be considered with the
The order of tho da" was theu
proceeded with, which was the Bill to
provide an Auditor of Public Ac
counts. Passed on the final
The Bill- providing a permanent
settlement for Mrs. Nahaolelua pass
ed a final reading.
The Bill to provide a permanent
settlement for A. P. Brickwood
came up on its third reading and
was indefinitely postponed.
Tho Appropriation Bill was then
put upon Its third reading.
Mr. Kaulukou moved that the
item, " His Majesty's Privy Purse
and Itoyal State, Slfi.OOO," be
amended to S 50,000. Mr. Pilipo
strongly opposed the amendment,
which was however caniud by a vote
of 23 to 18.
On motion of Mr. Kaulukou, a
now item was inserted in the Civil
list : II. It. II. Princess Kauilani,
On motion of Mr. Kaai, the salary
of II. M.'a Chamberlain and Secre
tary was raised from $5000to$7000.
The following amendments were
also passed : For Queen Kapiolani,
810,000; for II. It. II. the Heir Ap
parent, 810,000; for II. M. Queen
Emma, 810,000; for II. K. II. the
Piinccss Likelike, 812.000. A new
item was inserted, for purchase of
Tun steamer James Makce will
lcavo for San Francisco about the
second week in August. Messrs.
T. K, Foster & Co., are spading her
to the coast to get thoroughly over
hauled. Tub examination and exhibition at
the Royal School yesterday was
largely attended, and tho scholars
looked and recited woll To-day
the Fort street schools examination,
aud the last of the series.
Mr. E. P. Adams will hold his
Regular Cash Sale athis salesroom,
this day at 10 a. m.
119 bags of sugar aud 800 bags of
paddy camo to hand since last report,
The American ship Valley Forge,
43 J days from Newcastle, N.S.W.,
bound for San Francisco, called at
tills port yesterday for orders.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, Imp, O 11
M., moots at the Wigwam, Fort st.,
this siceji, at tho 7th run, 30th
Iolaki College. Yesterday waa
"Prize Day" at this institution,
and a number of visitors were pre
sent, including Ills Majesty the
King, tho Princess Lilluokalanl and
Gov. Dominis, 1I.B.M. Consul Gen
eral and Mrs. Wotlchouse, the
French Consul and Mailamo,Fccr,
and many others. The programme
of Rocltatlons and Songs, was very
creditably executed by the scholars.
The distribution of prizes, by the
King, which followed the exercises
was as follows: 1st prize, for Scrip
ture lessons and good conduct, to
Matthew Manilla ; 2nd, for the same,
to T. Martin ; 3d, the same, to E.
Stiles; lth, good conduct. Kin
Cliah; 5th, History and Geography,
E. Stiles; Cth the same, G. Harris;
7th, Mathematic, Mohula; 8th,
Arithmetic, II. Sylva ; 9th, Music,
Mohula; 10th, Latin, Mnthcw Ma
nilla; 11th, English Grammar, 2d
class, D. Notlcy. The prizes for
drawing were nwarded by Mr. Fur
ncaux, who pronounced the work as
well done for young lads. The
exercises closed with singing " Ha
waii Ponoi," and were followed by
athletic sports. Tho recitations and
singing were very creditable, and
showed a gratifying proficiency in
the scholars and faithful work on
the part of teachers.
Moonlight fishing parties are all
the rage among the natives just
now, and the wharves are nightly
lined with young aud old of both
sexes, with rod and line endeavoring
to catch the small red fish known as
AlcJaua. An ancient superstition,
which connected the visits of this fish
with some national misfortune or tVe
death of a chief, is now only a
memory. This fish is very nice
Connecticut's New Liquor Law.
IIaktfokd, April lfith. Both
branches of the Legislature have
passed the bill for restraining the
traffic in intoxicating liquors. The
bill defines as intoxicating liquors all
distilled liquor, wines, ale, all beer
manufactured from hops and malt
or hops and barley, and cider sold
to be drunk on the premises. The
present local option system is to be
retained, each town deciding for it
self whether to license or prohibit
the sale. Licenses are to be issued
by the County Commissioners, 5 per
cent, of the receipts to go into the
County Treasury and the remainder
into the Town Treasury. Every
application for a license must bo in
doised by five tax-payers of the
town where it is to be granted, and
ndvertiscd for two weeks in a local
paper, or, wheio there is no paper,
by posting on a sign post. Any
citizen of a town may object to the
granting of a license," and upon such
objections tho Commissioners are
required to make investigation as to
whether the applicant is a suitable
person or not. Applicants must
furnish bonds in $300, or must pay
for a license not less than 8100 or
more than 8500, as the Commis
sioners may decide. For tho sale of
beer or cider only the license is fixed
at $50. Tho license for druggists is
fixed ot 812. A, record of all
licenses is to bo kept by the Clerk
of tho Superior Court of each
county. No intoxicating liquors
can bo sold in any building belong
ing to the State. Violations of the
law are punishable by both fine and
Says tho Interior: Take away con
fidence in tho authority and the in
spiration of the Scriptuics, and the
church will fall to pieces. The braius
and intelligence in it will go to
Atheism. The heatt anJ hope in it
will go to Romanism.
All sol ts of alarming rtmiotns
come from Zululand, where the in
trigues fomented by Cotewayo's
sympathizers in Natal threaten to
bear fruit in serious bloodshed. The
Zulus have been led to bcliovo that
Bishop Colenso i'a more powerful
than tho Resident or Governor. An
other rumour is to the effect thnt
Cctcwnyo will return and ally him
self with the Boers against the
English. John Dunn is using his
utmost influence to prevent nn out
break, but strife is believed to be
"When a friend asked a reformed
incbriato tho cause of his reforma
tion, ho said: "As you arc
married, you will quite understand
it when I say getting tipsy made me
see my mother-in-law double."
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
Eegular Cash Sale ! !
This Day, Friday,
July 28th, at 10 a.m., at Salesroom,
Clothing, anil a lot of Fresh Groceries
Also one now
Florence Sewing Machine,
In perfect order; also at 12 in.,
a special consignment of
In boxes of 250 each; also
1 Chickering Piano,
r.. 1 Adams, Auctioneer.
TX7"lLLIA3f II. HAHPEK will please
T T call at Messrs. C. Bkwk & Go's
YT7ANTL'l) a young Olrl.tomako her
TT self generally useful In the house
of a lady on Maul. For particulars en
quire at the Hawaiian Hotel, Koom No.
16, in the morning before 9:30. 37
TX7"AXTKD. A lire man wlthmodor
T ate capital, who is both mer
chant and accountant, can hear ot a
good business opportunity by address
ing C 1' D., Bulletin office. Principals
onlj. All communications strictly con
IT'OfJND A Plantation Draft, which
the owner can havo oa protiug
property and paying for till advertise
incut. Apply to
120 Messrs. Castle & Cooke
LOST, a Black Leather Satchel, con
taining a ladles' curd case. The
tinder will please leave bame at Messrs.
II. HACKKELl) &. (Vs. 115 lw
LOST, on Saturday evening, on the
Valley Road, between Mr. Henry
Carter's and Mr. J. S. Walker's pre
mises, two pieces of MUSIC "Tanhau
ser," and "Secret Love." The lludor
will lcceive the thanks of the owner by
leatlng the same at tho office of J. W.
Robertson A Co's. m
TjiOH SALK, LOT No. 124, In Kaplo--1-
lanl Park, dimensions 51 x ;!00,
facing the beach, and well fenced. Ap
ply to C. O. Br.itoun. 143
T?OK SALE, a MULE C A K T .
H. Ilackfeld fc Co.
FIR SALK, oue new Kcow, capable of
holding 10 tons, built by G. Emmes,
and now In good order. For further par
tleulars apply to Tm:o. II Davies &. Co".
IT'OR SALE, a two-seated wagon
with polo and shafts, nnd a
double harness, nearly new, price
S150. May bo seen in rear of No.
20 School st. W. G. Nccdhain. 72
HOUSE TO LET. A four
'roomed house, uleclv fiinilh.
L'd, with kitchen and bathroom
attached- It Is pleasantly situated, aud
Is within lite minutes' walk of tho Post
Office. For particulars apply to J.
IloiiKr.rxo.v Ac Co. 145
rOIt SALE. TJioo desirable
Ipieml'-es situated out on the
'Plains on Berctanla street, be.
longing to the undersigned. House con
sists ot parlor, sitting room, 3 bedrooms,
sewing room, dining room, pantrv,
kitchen, and bath room. There Is also
on the premises a nice barn. The place
is well coveted with mnnlenlc grass, and
lias a nice garden. Terms easy. For
further p.utlciilais Impure of John F.
Com.tit'itv. 140 w
TWO OFFICES TO LET, on the sec
ond iloor of the building occupied
by J. W. Robertson & Co ISO
550 MEN WANTED
1 Fine Business Hull, In tho latest style,
1 Gents' Fine Straw Hat,
1 Pino l'cicale Shirt, extra cuffi, 2 collars
1 Pair Fine Shoes,
2 Rose, 1 Tic, 1 Handfcrchlcf,
ALL THIS CAN BE HAD
For SI 4.25,
AT CHAS. J. FISHEL'S
Corner Fort and Hotel sts. 138
LiRHE AND BRICKS
Ex Bark Almy,
FOR SALE In quantities to suit,
At Lowest Prices,
134 By Castix & Coorh
QS1 Heavy Jiiack Hunting at
G5 ccuts a yard during the Tnven
tory Hale at he Honolulu Clotii
ino EMI'OKIUJI. A. M. Mellis.
To arrive per D. C. Murray,
6 COT'S WOOL I1UCKS 2, 2 years
old, and 4, 1 year old.
1 Southdown Buck, 2 years old.
10 Southdown Lambs, 7 Bucks, 3 Ewes,
2 Qrale's Merino bucks
1 Cow and Calf, half Durham and half
Ilolstein. And a few dozen
Game and Fancy Fowls.
141 lw A. W. LUSH.
The Patent Indestructible
By tholr uso all rattling of the shafts
Every pair warranted. Try them and
you will use no others.
For sale by
Ml 2w No. 70 Queen street.
B32T Oenta Fine Buckskin Suits
something new, from 13 to 825
during the Invertory Sale at the
Honolulu Clothing Emporium.
A. M. Mkllis.
Carriage jh Builder.
Buggica, Carriages, Express Wagdna
and every kind of vehicles
and all kinds of repairing done.
Drink Palmer & Co's
75 cents per dozen
Houolalu Steam Planing Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work llnUh. Turning, Sciolland Baud
SuwiuK. All kinds of Sawing and Plan
ing, Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly attended to and work
KUarautced. Orders from the other Is
lands solicited 21
rOU SALK, a No. 2
Warehouse Feed Mill
Grinds from 5 to 10 tons per day.
Also, pulleys, bolts, etc., all In good
order; can be run by btcam or horno
power, just tho article for a plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN,
"Wheat, Bran, Barley, Whole and
Ground, Mixed Feed, etc.
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
59 LALNT: As Co., 81 Fort st.
UNION riJKD COMPANY, A. W.
BUSH, Manager. See .adveitlse
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