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SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1882.
LegMaturo meets as- Usual at 10
Auotlou Hale, by Mr. Adams, at
Sales room, at 12 uoon.
Band at Emma Square, at 4 p.m.
Gospel Temperance Meeting :
Bethel Vestry, 7:30.
The usual monthly collections will
Do taken up at mo ueiuei unu jcuh
Rev. Dr. Hyde will preach at Fort
street Church, morning and evening.
The great p.-eventativo of tho
spread of agriculture iu these islands
is the want of regular supplies of
water. Numbers of artesian wells
have been bored, and others aro in
course of completion. And these arc
doing good work, but uo steps have
as yet been taken to conserve the
' natural water supplies. Nature has
bountifully provided each of the
islands with a condenser in tho shape
of a high mountain ridge, but no
advantage is taken of the supply
. thus gratuitously given. Nob pro
vision has as yet been mado to col
lect and store the rain which falls
almost daily on our mountains. It
is allowed to run to waste without
an effort to prevent it. And as the
government have made provision for
the services of a capable engineer in
connection with the improvement of
agriculture, we would suggest that
one of his first duties be to visit the
mountains and draw up a thorough
and comprehensive scheme for the
collection and conservation of our
' natural water supply. There are,
too, we believe, several spots which
may be termed natural basins or re
servoirs scattered throughout the
' islands. One of theso is high up in
the- Nuuanu Valley, but has been
choked up by detritus from the sides
of the Pali ; but which, if cleared
out," would soon be filled with water
without any artificial assistance. We
commend this to the attention both
of the Government and the Agricul
Friday, August 4. House met nt
10 a.m. Report of Standing Com
mittees. Hon. Mr. Kaulukou reported from
the Judiciary Committee : On an
Act to amend See. 1, Chap.
18, Session laws of 1874, (to have
both court sessions on Maui at Wai
luku) that House carefully consider
it. Minority report tkat the bill do
Ou the motion of Hon. Mr. Aholo
both reports were received and laid
on the tabic to he considered with
the hill. Carried.
On a petition of Hon. J. Gardner,
(to allow to cut trees on Govern
ment land,) that it be indefinitely
Iu a petition introduced by Hon.
Aholo, (about Maui sessions,) that
it h cousidcred with the bill.
On a petitition of Hon. Mr. Fahia,
(concerning charges for copying
deeds, &c.,) that it bo indefinitely
On a petition from Hanalua (w)
and husband, (for a refund of
money) , that it be referred to Min
ister of Interior. Carried.
An Act concerning 1st, costs not
to be paid by servants in actions
through contracts under bee. 141U
and 1420 of the Civil Code ; 2nd,
Eiccnscd Attorneys at law ; 3rd, Dis-
Jtriet Justices ; that they bo placed
., on table to bo considered by the
Report received and laid on table
with tho bills,
, Hon. Mr, Kaulukou reported on
i an Act to regulate licensing of com
mercial travellers (foreign); that
JZouso carefully consider it.
His Ex. W. M. Gibson reported
that tho committee waited on His
Majesty at 0.30 a.m., and informed
him that the House, stood ready to
to be prorogued on Monday, aud
that His Majesty signified his pleas
ure to prorogife the Ilottsu at 12
uoou on Monday, and invited all tho
members to lunch same day at 2 p.m.
Hon. Mr. Aholo. moved that the
thanks of this House be conveyed to
His Majesty for the invitation.
Hon. Mr. Kaunnmano read a re
solution, that the Miuister of Interi
or cause to be printed and sent to
each member, a copy of session laws
aud Supreme Court decisions in both
Hon. Mr. "Widcmaun moved that
the Secretary bo instructed to pay a
balance of 850 or 60, to experts (not
provided for by appropriation) in
addition to 500 already provided.
Third reading of an Act to regu
late sale of spirituous liquor.
Hon. Mr. Aholo moved suspen
sion of the rules and that Bill be
read a third timo by its title.
Hon. Mr. Kalua moved the indefi
Hon. Mr. Kaunamano moved that
the bill now pass.
His Ex S. K. Kaai moved previ
Ayes aud noes were taken. For
postponement 10. Against 24. Bill
Third reading of an Act referring
to lands claimed by native Hawaii-
ans. Rules suspended. 'Bill read a
third time by its title. Referred to
enrollment committee and finally
Second reading of an Act estab
lishing a horsc-ruilroad iu Honolulu,
to save timo rules suspended aud
read section by section.
Section 1, Hon. Mr. Kalua moved
indefinite postponement as it estab
lished a thirty years monopoly.
Hon. member for Hnnalci sup
ports indefinite postponement, as it
would throw a number of native
express drivers out of employment,
(applause.) After a lengthy and
humorous speech by His Ex. S. K.
Kaai. the ayesjand uocs were taken.
For postponement; 21 against 15.
Hon. Mr. Kcau moved that tho
bill . bo indefinitely postponed.
On motion the vote was recon
sidered but tho same result was ar
Third reading of an Act to author
ize a system of Postal money orders.
Second reading of an Act to
regulate the licensing of commercial
travelling agents for foreign houses,
(introduced by Hon. Mr. Lilikalani)
bill read and paused section by sec
tion ; third reading fixed for Satur
day. Third reading of an Act to regu
late the sale of milk. Passed.
Second reading of an Act to
amm J Sec. 895 of the Civil Code.
Hon. Mr. Nawahi moved that in
coiui'syto the Hon. t introducer of
the bill that it be postponed till next
Second reading of an Act to
amend Chapter 28, Session Laws of
Hon. Mr. Kaulukou moved that
the same action be taken in regard
to this Bill as the last.
His Ex. the Attorney General
moved that the Bill pass ; carried.
Third reading fixed for Saturday.
His Ex. S. K. Kaai moved that
the House tako a recess till 2 p.m.
The House re-asscrabled at 2 r.u.
Second reading of an act to amend
sect. 829 of the Civil Code (to re
strict immigration of Chinese. )
Hon. Mr. Nawahi reported that
the committee had prepared a new
act, which "they recommended to
pass instead of this. (Restricting
immigration of males from all Asia
tic countries with which His Majesty
has no treaty, except accompanied
by women, in proportion of 3 to 5.)
Bill read a second time by its title.
On the motion of Hon. Mr. Pilipo
Sect. 5 was amended. Hon. Mr.
Bishop opposed tho bill on account
of its prohibitory character. Moved
as an umendment that proportion bo
3 to 7.
Hon. Mr. Richardson states that
the nobles, before the bill was intro
duced, were ngainst tho Chinese, now
they wero for them. Moved indefi
nite postponement of bill as the
Chinese have benefited the country.
Hon. Mr, 'Nawahi moved to pass
tho Bill, as th Chinamen wero like
Hllo grass, which uproots and out
grows cveryihing else. "
Hon. member for Wnialua moved
the previous question. Carried. Re
sult: that tho Committee's Bill pass
to bo engrossed. Third reading fixed
Hon. J. M. Kapeua moved sus
pension of the rules, that the Enroll
ment commlttco might report, that it
luid pleased Ills Majesty to sign the
An Act to fix limits for fire-proof
buildings in Honolulu.
An Act to regulate receipt and
custody of Public Moneys, and ap
point auditor of same.
Hon. M. AVidemann moved a.sua
pension of tho rules to ask again for
the information concerning the cost
of Portuguese immigrants, which
had been promised for to-day, but
was not yet tabled. Ho found the
information published in a local
newspaper but ho couldn't get in in
His. Ex. W. M. Gibson stated
that the reply ought to be made by
the Minister of the Interior, but as
he was absent, he himself would
read a partial report which had been
(He then read a report which we
will afterwards publish for the in
formation of our readers, to the
effect that A. Hoffnung & Co.,
charged tho Board of Immigration
5G1.232 for the immigrants by S.S.
Monarch, who had by the purser's
accounts only cost thorn about
820,000. And as the profit
appa'reutly made by Hoffnung
& Uo. was so excessive the
the Government had stopped the
immigration, pending inquiries in
Portugal and Azores if the cost was
reasonable. Certainly the gentlemen
bad a right to make some profit, as
they undertook a rcat risk in the
contract. But although His Majesty's
Government were satisfied with the
immigrants they did not wish to
spend moro than was judicious.)
On tho motion of the Hon. Mr.
Clcghorn the report was handed to
the press for publication, free of ex
pense to tho Government.
Hon. Mr. "Widemann then moved
a suspension of the rules, to refer a
certain bill to tho Attorney General
to report next session. Carried.
Second reading of an act to amend
sect. 821) of tho Civil Codo.
His Ex. the Attorney General
stated that tho bill was unnecessary.
Hon. Mr. Bishop defended the bill.
Hon. Mr. Kaunamano moved to in
definitely postpone. Carried.
Dr. C. M. Hyde will preach in
Fort street Church to-morrow, morn
ing and evening.
A good second-hand cut-under
carriage and two two-seat spring
wagons can bo bought cheap at Phil
Stein's carriage shop. 158 lw
The Band will give an extra con
cert at the Hawaiian Hotel on Mon
day evening next, at7:30r.M.
We learn that the repairs to Berc
tania street between Nuuanu and
Richard streets will be complete to
day. TnE Assembly will finish its busi
ness to-day so as to be ready for tho
prorogation on Monday at 12
Dillinuham & Co., received 21
fine bred heifers Durham and Devon
blood stock on Wednesday per bktno
Ella. Six of them being fino dairy
cows and one Holsteiu cow, an un
usually fine animal. We congratulate
she customers of tho Woodlawn
dairy on their opprtunitics.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon, commencing
at 4:30 o'clock. Following is the
Overture In the Italian Stylo. Schubert
Gavotte Our Darling Weiss
Selection Bohemian Girl Italic
Waltz My Queen Coote
Selection Borneo and Juliet.
A certain stationer in this town
has, as everybody knows, kept n
telephouc wiro. at his own expeuso,
communicating with his store and
the Telegraph Station. He, gene
rously, for the Information of the
public, reports on his bulletin board
all tho shipping news us fast as it is
tclephonid. Wo observe, however,
lately, that another stationer in this
town, makes uue of this information
as if ho. also had direct communica
tion. Kind of rough on No. 1.
His Ex. S. K. Kaai yesterday kept
the business of the Assembly going,
and stopped discussion by moving
the previous question.
Hek Majesty Queen Emma re
turned last night by tho Waimanalo.
At the Bethel Sbclal on Thursday
night the following ladles ,kindly en
livened the evening. Miss. Lees
read sweetly u The Beauty of Old
Ago " ; Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Damon
sang a duet with excellent effect;
Miss. Hattie Andrews gavo a realis
tic recitation "Not Mad"; Mrs
Graham sang " Scotch Lassio Jean "
pathetically ; afterwards refreshment
and a general conversation. The
meeting closed at 9 :30 r. m.
Mr. C. W. Hart Road Supervisor
wishes us to givo notice that on and
after Monday the 7th of August the
Waikiki road between what is known
as Mochonua's place and tho second
turn-off road will be closed for traf
fic, for the purposo of repairing the
The iron fenco in front of tho
Hotel is at length finished, It adds
quite a neat appearance to tho lawn.
Wo understand that tho other im
provements and alterations now go
ing on in the Hotel will not be
finished for about three months.
Dr. McGrew is sparing no expense
to make tho place a credit to the
Kingdom and Mr Lawlor lays him
self out for the supervision as if he
really enjoyed it.
A Largo Payment.
New Bedford Mercury, June 15, 1882.
The following speaks for itself :
Francis E. Manlcy, Esq., Massachu
setts Superintendent of Agencies of
the Mutual Life Ins. Co. .of New
York, arrived in this city yesterdaj',
bringing to the local agents, Messrs.
Lawrence Grinnell & Co., to bo paid
over to Mrs. Susan C. Nye, thf
company's check for 825,694, in
full payment of a policy of 810,000,
and dividend additions, held in the
company, by our lato esteemed citi
zen Capt. Thomas Nye, Jr., who it
will be remembered, took his own
life a few weeks since. This policy
was taken at the age of fifty and
there were twenty-eight annual pre
miums paid of 8464, 20 each,
amounting to 812,997.60; add com
pound interest at 4J per cent., 812,
059.57 ;total 8?5'057.17; and the
the amount paid by the company,
exceeds tho total premiums with in
terest, 8636.83, besido the value of
tho insurance for twenty-seven years
of an amount increasing from 810,
000 at the beginning to 825,694 at
the close, whilo tho annual dividends
on tho policy have exceeded the an
nual premiums for many years.
Such astonishinc results cannot fail
to awaken a deep interest among our
intelligent citizens, and we com
mend tho company to their thought
ful attention. This action of tho
company docs away with tho bug
bear of non-payment of suicide
claims, which has been so industri
ously circulated against them by tho
rival agents of inferior companies.
Mr. S. 2. Wilder is agent for the
Auction Sales by E. P. Adamrj
THIS DAY, SATURDAY,
August 2th, at 12 noon,
At Hales Koom.
By order of the Assignee of O. Asiu, will
be sold at public auction, th
Loaso of the Premises
Formerly occupied by C. Asiu, and
situated , '
Above Engine House No. 4.
The original lease expires on January
1st. 1883, rental to that date having been
paid, but the privilege of extension for
tire years, at thy annual rentnl of $150
has been granted by the lessors. -The
buildings on said promises have been
previously sold by O. Asiu to one Allma,
and miiv be removed by tho latter on or
before January 1st, 1883.
K. I. Apamb, Auctioneer.
NOTICE. ALL OUTSTANDING
BILLS against tho Lcgiilatlvb
Assembly of 1882, must bo presented to
the undersigned at once.
a. a. riKRCic, Bccrotnrv.
Honolulu, August 4, 1882
LOST, on Thursday afternoon between
A. W. Bush's and H. May's Store,
a TWENTY-DOLLAR BILL. The find
er will be rewarded by returning same
to W. R. Cattle's Office. 159 2t
ALL persons liming horses or other
animals in the pasture at KEWA
LO, (rttidenco of Mr. 8. M. Carter,) arc
hereby notified to communicate In re.
gunl to pasturage charges with tho
undersigned, otherwise such animals
will bo liable to bo impounded.
July 31, 1882. (100 lw) W. L.Wnxor.
TO LET. TwoWell.furnlshtd Rooms
. Apply to No. 4 Garden Lane. ISClw
TWO OFFICES TO LET, on the sec- 1
ond floor of tho building occupied ,
by J. W. ItoberUon & Co 139
FOR SALE, LOT No. 124, In Kaplo
lanl Park, dimensions M x 300,
facing the bunch, and well fenced. Ap
ply to C. O. Burger. 143
I70R SALE, a two-seated wagon
. with polo and shafts, and a
doublo harness, nearly new, prico
8150. May bo seen in renr of No.
20 School st. W. G. Ncedham. 72
IOR SALE, a MULE CaRT.
. Apply to
102 II- Ilackfeld & Co.
IjiOlt SALE, one new Scow, capable of
holding 10 tons, built by G. Emmcs,
and now In good order. For further par
tlculars apply to Tuko. II Davies & Co.
HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTORY.
Ico delivered to all parts of tho
City. Shipping supplied iu quantities
to suit. Telephone, No. 58. Office at
Wilder & Co.'s. 18
Artesian Ice Works
ilTtifi I1M TIT
ICE DELIVERED to alt parts of tho
city and suburbs at all hours of tho
Orders from tho othor Islands prompt
ly attended to.
Office at W. E. Foster's, SadflUr,
Fort street. ,
ICG Telephone No. IU. ftn
To arrive per D. C. Murray.
6COTS WOOL BUCKS 2, 3 year
old, and 4, 1 year old.
1 Southdown Buck, 2 years old.
10 Southdown Lambs, 7 Bucks, 3 Zwea,
2 Grata' Merino Bucks
1 Cow and Calf, halt Durham and halt'
llolstcm. And a few dozen
Came and Fancy Fowls.
141 In A. W. BUSH.
nPHE Hawaiian Journal. uKoHa-
JL wah Pak Aina," owned and
edited by Kawainui iiros. ; has a
wcokly edition of 3,200 copies, and
is the best advertising medium. Of
fice, No. 6 Merchant st. 1
Carriage fH Builder.
Buggies, Carriages, -Express 'Wagon
and every kind of vehicle
and all kinds of repairing done.
Drink Palmer & C.e's
75 cents per .dozen
WATER! WATER I
IRRIGATION after this date (Juno
'23rd, 1882,) is limited to (4) four
hours per day,
From C to 8 in the morning, and
From J to G in the evening.
Permission to irrigate daring more
convenient hours will be granted on ap
plication to the Superlntenpcnt.
Persons found irrigating oxcept dar
ing specified hours will have their pri
vileges suspended without notice,
' G. D. FllEKTir,
Supt, Water Works.
Approved: Signed, S. K. Kaai,
Minister of Ulterior. 134
KgfgSfG. H. ROBERTSON,
' ngr'WniKft- DrArmaiVr-bcst teams
In town. Telephone No. 65.
WANTED. A lire man with modor
ato capital, who is both mer
chant and accountant, can hcrtr of a
f;ond business opportunity by addiess
ngC P D., Bulletin office. Principals
only. All communications strictly con
fe; , .
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