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, FK I DAY, AUGUST 1 , 1882.
THE DAY'S DOINGS.
Legislatinc meets us usual nt 10
Regular Cash Sale, nt Sales room,
nt 10 h. in.
Regular monthly meeting Library
mid Reading Ituom Association, at
its room at 7.30 im.
-Musical Association : Regular
pjactic, Music Hull, 7:!J0 p.m.
Polynesian Kiicainimient : Regular
session, at 7:!i0 p. m.
I m proved Order of Hod Men: At
their Wigwam, at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, August 3. The IIouho
met ul 10 a.m., President Rhodes iu
the chair. Reports of committees
vreic called for.
Hon. Mr. A'holo reported on an
act lehiting to ceitain lands claimed
by natives, that the bill puss as
lion, member for Wuiuluu moved
that the report of the committee be'
Hon. Mr. Aholo moved the third
reading for to-day.
Uilla and i evolutions were called
llou. Mr. Aholo read a joint reso
lution, of which several weeks'
notice had lieen given, that Mis.
A. R Evans be p-dri $.", 118.22 by
the Minister or Kiname as coinpen
bation 'for one-sixth share of de
ceased parents' property which ns.s
illegally transferred to the H.iw.tiiuu
Hun. Mr. AVideniann moved sus
pension ot tiie rules and that the bill
lie read a second time by its title.
Hon. Mr. AVideniann then moved
th.it it bu referred to a committee to
report to the nei.t session of the
Hon. iheinber for Molokui pointed
out that the members might not be
returned next session, and that the
piopused committee be of nobles
Hon. Mr. Aholo pointed out that
although it was late in the session,
btill it w:w not a small matter: tlio
lady unentitled to S271 in 1818,
the dale of her parent.-,' decease, and
at 9 per cent, this would amount to
the proposed sum.
Hon. Mr. Wideniann had no de
Biie to iiidcllnitely postpone, but
wanted to know what he wut lequired
to vote for.
His Ex. the Attorney General, in,
n lengthy and learned speech, poit.t
od out tiiat this was not the proper
course tor the applicant to have pur
Biied. She ought to have gone to
court or petitioned the Assembly for
icdi-ess. And as in the thirty-four
years thai has elapsed she had made
no claim, it was rather late to make
it now. Others claiming land by same
ancestois had been defeated in a court
ol law. Ho would not agree to pass
the resolution till investigated.
Hon. .1. M. Kapcna staled that
application had hi en made before
and lepoited unfavorably upon by a
coinn.utee of which the Attorney
General and Picirient, and himself
were incmbi rs. (Neither the Attorney-General
nor the Piesirient re
membered auythmgQsiboiit it.)
lion. Mr. Nawahi compared the
action ot the Attorney -General in
regard to this, and to ii.II. Keeliko
laniV claim. (Attorney-General
interposed here and stated that he
had neither advised nor supported
any claim ot ir. n. iveciiKoiaiu. ;
Hon. Mr. Nawahi explained that
Her HighneM having transferred her
claim to Mr. Spreekels, it was in
direct assistance to her.
lion, members lor Koolaupoko
and Hanalei having spoken after an
informal discussion, the Hon. Mr.
Aholo moved that the matter be
refened to the .Ministry. Carried.
Hon. .Mr. Widcmnnn asked if cer
tain information was laid on the
table. His Kx. S. K. Kaui said it
"would bu ready to-morrow.
' lion.' .Mr. Lilikulani lose to make
am explanation. Some time ago he
introduced a petition and subse
quently, a bill on sumo subject,
(regulating coiumeicuil travellers
.and Using license fee.) The bill
way referred to the Judiciary Com
u'Mv, Tills morning lie inula ttr'M
of bills laid on his desk but no le
port. Hon. Mr. Aholo as chairman of
Judiciary committee, said that the
bills weie laid on his desk for him to
consider ami the previous epeaker
had scooped them.
After an infoinml and slightly
acrimonious discussion, the Hon.
member for Hanalei moved that the
Judiciary Committee he required to
report on this bill to-morrow.
Hon. Mr. Knunaimuio moved that
the Judiciary Committee report on
all bills still in their hands to
Hon. Mr. Kaunamano read a reso
lution, dining much laughter;
that whereas the mini of 825,000 was
set apart for expenses of this Legis
lative Session ; 1st A return of all
moneys so expended, and how ; and
2nd, the balance be used to pay the
passages of members to their
homes and for horse - biie,
for country members of Oahu.
The first part was passed,
the second lost. The order of the
day was then proceeded with.
Third reading of an act to amend
sections 1417 and 1118 of the Civil
Code, (relating to labor contracts,)
Second reading of an act to es
tablish a system of Postal money
orders (domestic and foreign.)
Hon. Mr. Wideniann opposed it as
we were not in a position to carry it
out fully over all the islands.
Hon. J. M. Kapena spoke in favor
Passed for engrossing on the mo
tion of the Hon. member for llama-
Thud reading fixed for Friday.
Hop. J. M. Kapena moved the
suspension of the rules to report
from the Enrollment Committee that
it had pleased His Majesty to place
his Mgnatuio on the following bills:
An act i elating to Hospital tax on
An act to proinoto the encourage
ment of agriculture.
An act to amend sect. 2 chap. 7
of the Session Laws of 1880. (Gene
Second reading of an Act to
amend Article G, Civil Code and
Chapter 18, session laws of 1878,
relating to the Postal-Laws of the
Kingdom was then called.
Hon Mr. Wideniann moved that
it be read and considered section by
Hon. Mr. Wideniann explained
each bection of the Bill as it came
up and pointed out the having joined
the Universal Postal Union our laws
were not iu agreement with it and this
amended them so as to lemove that
effect. On the motion of Mr. Ka
pena the Hill passed its second read
ing, and the third reading was fixed
Second reading of an Act to
amend Section 1119 of the Civil
Code, relating to violations of labor
contrast:, passed on the motion of
the Hon. member for Wnialua, and
third reading fixed for Saturday.
Sucoud reading of an Act to pro
vide for more efficient protection of
Female Boaiding Schools.
Passed on the motion of the Hon.
C. R. Bishop and third reading fixed
Second reading of an act relating
to corporations and incorporated
companies, passed third reading
Saturday. (All tho above passed
Second rending of an act to amend
sect. 0 of chap. 71) of the Civil Code
(relating to fees and agents for
. Hon. Mr. Bishop wished fee to be
rVd.u.yijd to 50 cents.," Hoii'. Mr.
AVidemunn that fee be 2.1 cents as at
present. Finally the bill pushed as-
it stands (Si fee.) Third reading on
Second reading of an act to create
certain liens. This bill was intro
duced by Hon. Mr. Rice, but as ho
was absent all the sections were in
After considerable, discussion) it
being 12:10 si., Hon Mr. Aholo
moved the suspension of the rules to
present a resolution that the Picsi
dent appoint five members as a com
mittee to wait on His Majesty to in
form him that the House "stands
ready to be prorogued on Monday.
Hon. J. II. kapena staled that j
there woiu'tu.'.ny bills still before
the House,, and it would not he wise
toUx on Monday, jw it would cause (
tho House to lnii rj? through the,
JuMiucaj to bo ija.iV iu .Li... He!
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therefore', moved Wednesday nsr an
amonutncni day. .
lion. Mr. Kaunamano depreciated
the desire of Hon, members to rush
tlnoiigh business for the proioga-
tion. It was no use denying that
great uisntlstaution was lelt in the
country districts against the Assem
bly, through its action in the
Spreekels' grant and this indecent
haste would cause greater dissatis
faction. After an excited discussion with
many iiitciiuptious, and much pii
vato discussion amongst members,
the vote was taken. For Wednes
day, 12; for Monday, 10. The
committee appointed consists of His
Ex. W. M. Gibson, lions. Lilikaluni,
Aholo, Aiwolii and Palohau. House
atitsiising, 12:15. Adjourned till
10 a.m. to-dav.
THE CORNER LOAFER,
That moie luaus have been given
this Session, you know, than any
previous one. "What for 'i You
know, they tell mo that the liquor
bill and the luaus belong to each
other. Very queer, if it's true.
They pluy tunnib on lieretauia st.
almost every evening, you know.
Our girls and boys, you know.
Flirtation and all that, you know.
Where's my eyeglass ? " A fellah
asked me to-dav what I had irnt ?
(news, he meant, you know.) 1 told
mm 1 liau just got "up," you know,
10 a. m. I'lioii he got mad and said
I was just too smart, you know.
Clovah '! isn't it ?
Fon tho benefit of our temperance
friends we republish the voting list
on the 1st Section of the Liquor
Bill. For the Bill. Their Ex.'s Gib
son, Kaai, Hush. Preston; Hons.
Rhodes, Kapena, Kaae, Kanoa, Lili
kalani, Lahilahi, Pahia. Brown, Ma
hoc, Kaluhi. Kaulukou. Aholo, Rich
ardson, Garduer, Haupu, Kaunama
no, Kauai, Palohau, Nukaleka, Ku-
pihea and Katikau. Against the
Bill, Hons. Parker, Kuihelani, Mott
Smith, Judd, Knlua, Nakookoo, Kn
makole, Nawahi, Kauwila, Kauhana,
Nahinu, Aiwohi and Rice. Absent
or not votii'g, Hons. Dominis,
Wilder, Iseilbcrg, Dowsctt, Martin,
Widcmnnn, Bishop, Cleghorn, P.
Kanoa, Moanauli and Keau.
We cail our readers' attention to
the removnl of I). W. Claik, watch
maker and jeweler, from 08 Fort st.
to 55 Hotel street, in a new biick
buildhig built by McLean.
"Wr.DNUaiiAY, as a gentleman of no
small proportions was crossing the
junction of Alakea and King Streets
about half-past 12, a chinaman with
a horse and cart doubtless thinking
it would be a fine thing to make this
" woithy " btep out a little quicker
than usual, -whipped his horse into
him. Whereupon the gentleman
stopped the horse, reached over into
the cart, dicw John out until his
undei standings were uppermost,
then, after depositing a spank that
could be heard a mile off, marched
on as if nothing had happened.
Talk about " the strong arm of the
law " being used to make our drivers
careful, a little more of his " arm "
would soon woiku change.
"Wj: are glad to chroniclo the ar
rival of another British man-of-war,
tho Sappho, which arrived yestci
day from Tahiti. She carries four
guns, and is of 910 tons displace
ment. Appended is the list of offi
Capt. II. T. Clark,
Lieutenants: A. AV. Rogers, N. II.
Pearuon, C. I). May.
Surgeon: .lames" Harvey,
Pavnunler: AV. AVoods,
Chief Engineer: AV. T. Tover,
Gunner: T. Browning,
Boatswain: U. Spiingnll,
Cntpcnter: C. J. Blnkur,
Cleik: J. Gorman.
Inouatitl'dk. Yesterday through
the vigilance' of our local police, a
Chinahian named Kum Pang was ar
rested on board the steamer Cairns
niuir as it was about to leave for
China. It appears that Sam AVo
Sing & Co., of AVaikiki, fed him and
cared for him for about three- weeks,
while his linn was luoken, and he
availed himself of the opportunity to
.-teal ,v'510 on July 2.'), os which S:)2.r)
was lecovcred. His p.isport and
tax- receipt were in tho uarno of his
brother Kum Pon.
A pleasant sociable was held in
the Bethel vcstiy last night. Wo
hold over ammo detailed lepoitfiom j
vv uut of bpnCC.
AViibsT.suAY night tho Hlcnmcr
AVaimnnalo came in and was laid
alongside the whin f as usual. The
engineer (wc are informed) care,
lessly left a valve open all night. By
the morning the vessel was neaily
half-full of water, and over 300 bags
of sugar (half her cargo) was
Pitr.sinr.NT Rhodes caused an audi
ble ripple to pass over the faces of
the Assembly yesterday, by making
a mistake in using the Hawaiian lan
guage, on putting the motion to pass
the Bill for the protection of Female
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn and II.R.II.
Princess Likclike gavo a lunu yes
terday afternoon. As wc did not
receive an invitation wc cannot give
Si'kci.vi. meeting of Lodge Lc
Progres de 1'OceaniaNo. 121 A. F.
it A. M. will be held this Friday
Evening at 7 :30 o'clock, i
A good second-hand cut-under
carriage and two two-sent spring
wagons can be bought cheap at Phil
Stein's carriage shop. 158 lw
The steamer Iwalani goes to-day
at 1 o'clock. She did not go yes
terday as announced, owintr to
damages done to her boilers being
Ihs Imperial Japanese Majesty's
Corvette Tsukuba is on a cruise
round Australia and the Pacific.
She w:ts at Melbourne by latest
AVo call our readers' attention to
nn Article on the modern History of
Egypt in another column which we
believe will go far towards explain
ing the cause of the present pilikia.
As it is a somewhat lengthy one it
will be continued "from day to day
until it is finished.
Tiieiie was a reception last night
at Gen. Comly's, the U. S. Minister
Resident at 8 p.m.
ES;?" Gents' Fine Bud-skin Suits
something ncc, fro7ti S13 to 825
during the Invertort Sale at the
Honolulu Clothing EMromusr.
A. M. M ELLIS.
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
Regular Cash Sale!
This Day, Friday,
August 4th, at 10 a. m.,
At Sales Room.
Dry Goods, Clothing
LOT FRESH GROCERIES.
Alos, Lot of Millinery Goods,
10,000 Manila Cigars,
Also, Sacks Sugar, Potatoes,
1 Sorrel Horse, 1 Grey Marc, ,
1 Mule, 2 Fine Hogs; also
A Lot of Fowls,
Such as Poland, Plymouth Rock,
Silver Spangled, and some
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
LOST, on Thursday afternoon between
A. W. Bush's nnd II. May's Stores,
a TWENTY-DOLLAR BILL. The find
er will bo rewarded by returning same
to W. R. Castlo's Olllce. 150 2t
VTOTICE. ALL OUTSTANDING
BILLS against the Legislative
Assembly 011882, must bo pieented to
the undersigned nt oner.
E. A. Pn:nci Secretary.
Honolulu, August 1, 1882. 150 2t
npiIE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET
X ING of the Honolulu Library and
Reading Room Association will be held
at its rooms THIS (Friday) EVENING,
August 4th, at 7:0 o'clock. A full at
tendance Is requested, ns business of im
portance will come up for consideration.
130 11 PER ORDER.
"13 OLYNESIA ENCAMPMENT,
-1- No. 1. 1. O. O. K. Tho regular ses
siotis of the Encampment will take place
this Krld.iy Evening, at 7 iUO o'clock.
Per order of the U. I'.,
John S. Smitiiiks, Scribe.
T7"AN'TE1) A HOOK-KEEPER. Ap.
T f ply at once at J. Y, Robin t.son &
Co'.s. . 15R lw
7"ANTi:u.--A live man w Ith modor
t nio enpitnl, who Is both mer
chant and accountant, can hear of a
good business opportunltv bv miliums
fn's C l ., Bulletin office. Pilucipals
only. All cniiimuuk'atlous Mrlctlv eon
Udemlal. ' ' , "100
ALL persona hav lug horses or other
anlniah in the pastures at KEWA
LO, frcnideiiee of Mr. H. M. Carter,) aro
heiehy notified to communicate in ro.
gaul to piirttmnge charges with tliu
undersigned, otherwise such animals
will he liable to be Impounded.
July 01, 18S2. (lCU lw) W. L. "Wilcox.
rpo LET. TwoAVcll.finnMied Rooms
JL Apply to No. 4 Gniden Lane. 1501W
rpWO OFFICES TO.LKT, on the oec
JL onil lloor of the building occupied
by J. W. Uobeitson & Co 130
MOUSE TO LET. A four
groomed house, nicely furnish-
Ei'il, with kitchen and bathroom
attached- It Is pleasantly situated, nnd
Is within live minutes' walk of the Post
Olllce. For particulars apply to J. W.
Konr.iiTsoN ii Co. 145
TmOIt SALE, LOT No. 124, In Kapio
L1 Iniil Park, dimensions r4 x 300,
f.iclns? the beach, and well fenced. Ap
ply to C. O. Hmanuu 143
1?OR SALE, a two-seated wagon
with pole and sdiafts, and a
double harness, nearly new. prico
$150. Mav bu seen in rear of No.
20 School st. W. G. Needham. 72
T?OK SALE, a MULE CART.
II. Hackfeld oc Co.
IjlOR SALE, one new Scow, capable of
holding 10 tons, built by O. Etuniea,
and now In good order. For further par
ticulars apply to Tiu.o. 11 Da vies &. Co.
HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTORY.
Ice delivered to nil parts of tho
City. Shipping supplied in quantities
to suit. Telephone, No. C8. Ofllco at
Wilder &Co.'jj. j 18
Artesian Ice Works
ICF. DELIVERED to all p.irts of tho
city and suburbs at all hours of tho
Orders from the other Islands prompt
ly attended to.
Ofllco at W. E. Foster's, Saddler,
150 Tclephonn No. 111. 2m
To arrivo per D. C. Murray,
? COT'S WOOL HUCKS 3, 2 year
O old. and 4, 1 year old.
1 Southdown Ruck, 2 years old.
10 Southdown Lambs, 7 Bucks, .1 Ewes,
2 Gralo's Merino Rucks
1 Cow and Calf, half Durham and half
Holstein. And a few dozen
Game and Fancy Fowls.
144 lw A. W. RUSH.
TIIE Hawaiian Journal, " Ko Ha
waii Pae Aina," owned and
edited by Kawainui Bros. ; has a
weekly edition of 3,200 copies, and,
is tho best advertising medium. Of
fice, No. (3 Merchant st. 1
Carriage (HH Builder.
Buggies, Carriages, Express Wagons
and every kind of vehicles
and all kinds of repairing done.
Drink Palmer & C.o's
7G cents per dozen
WATER I WATER!
IRRIGATION after this date (June
'J3id, 1882,) is limited to (4) four
hours per day,
From (I to 8 In thn morning, and
From 4 to 0 in the evening.
Pei million to Inlgate riming more
convenient hour, will m granted on ap
plication to the Siiperiiiteupeut.
Pel tons found iirlgatlng exeopt dur
ing specified hours will h.ive their pri
vileges suspended without notice,
(i. D. rilKUTH,
Sunt. Water Works.
Appioved: Signed, S. K. Kaai,
.Minister or inteiim-, lai
Fb. 11. 1,'OBEUTSON,
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