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MONDAY. AUGUST 31, J88'J.
. ' THS UAVB DOINGS-
J: (rf.it Credit .'.Sale at the store of
iMwsid. II. Hnckfeld & Co., by 12.
JP. Adams, tit 10 o'clock.
f! ".Sale of apples, potatoes & onions,
at Sulci room of Mr K. P.- Adams at
K Concert, by the Koyal Hawaiian
llaiid. at'tho 'Hawaiian notel, 7:30.
Harmony Lmlac: 7:150 jm.
RUL.VrlSO TO XATlKALIZAItON, OH
OATH or-AUUGIAXCr., ur.NIZATXON,
AND .PUUSOM' IIOI.DI.N'O OFl'ICCS VS'
ft, IJlilt THE GOVnilXJi.'WT.
$ fie Is of August y 187-1, -fht jlcf
r ic,.' pcused " !T' provide for the
: Utkinq of the oiith of allcgiunci
(! p ewns ji i employ of the
Hawaiian Government." This
-1' j-k-r (W amended August lird,
1S717, ruit.t as follows:
I . Src. 1. From and after the pas-
eago 'of this Art, every "person of
'ifore'tgii birth who may be appointed
'"to any ollh'o of profit or oinolumiMit
under the Government of thiw King
j dom. shall, before entering upon the
" dutie-j of Ida ollice, take and suh
. curii.i- the oath of allegiance in
, nutiiiier and form prescribed by
s Sections -R30 and -131 of the Civil
Si:c ii. Every person now hold-
ing any office of profit or emolument
under the (Joverninent of this King-
' 'dom, who shall not already have-
token such oath as aforesaid, and
who nhall neglect or refuse to take
.tnich oath .within three mouths from
the passage of this Act, shall be
deemed to have resigned Ins ofilce,
, -which shall become vacant at the
-expiration of such period.
Sue 3. The said oath may bo
.taken and .subscribed by any perfion
ot resident on the island of Oahu,
before any judge of a Court of lle
' cord, who shall immediately forwaid
the same to the Minister of the Tn
tSettiois -130 and 131 above referred
to, of the Civil Code, read us
' fallow :
Sr.c. -I30. The oath of allegiance
to be administered as aforesaid,
shall be as follows :
The undersigned, a native of ,
lately residing in , being
duly'iiworii, upon his oath, declares that
he 'will mppori the C'omtitutiui and
Law. of thu Hawaii iu I.iiawM, nud bear
tiue allegiance to liis Majesty
.' ,'the Tilng.
Sutiyc-ilicd and sworn to t liis ....
' day of ,A.D. 18. ., bi'fortnif.
'. Six'. '131. The oath of allegiance
nhall always be stirircribcd by the
person no naturalized, be tuvorn to
''in the form most obligatory upon his
i'on.;;-icnoe, and thu. Jural, thereof
ehall be subscribed by the Minister
of the Interior, or liis Chief Clerk.
Ou Cie 11th of Jul;, 1882, thefol-
'lowiua Aet wus passed amending
Actions -128 awrf-129 of the Civil
Sec;. I. That Sections 428 and
421) of the Civil Code be, and the
GiiMH are. hereby amended so a3 to
Tcad as follows : '
'."Section 428. The Minister of
the intcrio.., with tho, npproval of
the .King', shall havo the superinten
dence and direction of the Nuturaliza
iloti ot foreigners.
' '" Section 429. The said Minister,
with tho ap'proval of the King, shall
have the power in person, upon the
application of any alien foreigner
,wbo,i shall have, resided within the
Kingdom five, years or more next
preceding such applieut'on, stating
Iu'b intention to become a permanent
icsident of the Kingdom, to ad
minister the oath of allegiance to,
such foreigner, if satisfied that itl
will bo for the good of the Kingdom,
and that such foreigner owiuj with
out encumbrance taxable real estate
within the Kingdom, and is not of
immoral character, nor a "refugee
from the justice of some other
country, nor a deserting sailor,
marine, soldier or otllcer."
Sec. 2. This Act shrill become a
law from and after the date of its
approval, and all laws and parts of
lawn In eontravwntion herewith, are
Seetions 428 and 429 a' the Civil
Code before being amended as
above, nad as follows:
Sue. 428. The Minister of the
Interior shall have the superintend
ence and direction of the naturaliza
tion of foreigners.
Sue. 429. The said Minister shall
havo tho power, either in person or
through his Chief Clerk, upon the
application of any alien foreigner,
stating his intention to become a per
manent resident of the Kingdom, to
administer the oath of allegiance to
such foreigner, if satisfied that it
will be for tho good of the Kingdom,
and that such foreigner is not of im
moral character, nor a refugee from
the justice of some other country,
nor a deserting sailor, marine; sol
dier or officer.
The following provisions of the
Civil Code arc still in force, viz:
Sr.o. 433. It shall be competent
for His Majesty to confer upon any
alien resident abroad, or temporarily
roident in this Kingdom, letters.
patent of denization, conferring up
on such alien, without abjuration of
allegiance, all the lights privileges
and immunities of a native. Said
letters patent shall render the deni
zen in all respects accountable to
the laws of this Kingdom, and im
pose upon him the 'like fealty to the
King, .as if he had been naturalized
as hereinbefore provided.
Sec. 434. The fee for adminis
tering the oath of tdleginnce, sub
scribing the jurat, and granting
(vrlifieate of .the same, shall be five,
Kahnhu I'7ote3. ; ' .
Our Kah'ului correspondent sends
us the following :
The barkentinc Uncle John, Capt.
Manson, arrived on the lath from
Eureka, with a cargo of redwood
lumber for the II. C. C.
The bark Ferris S. Thompson,
Capt. Potter, sailed on the. 18th for
San Francisco. She took G,4il9 bags
sugar, weighing 7.15,408 pounds,
valued at 47,297. 15.
The followingvesscls are expected
at Kahului: Brig Hazard, Capt.
Miller, from San Francisco r Schr.
Clans Spreckcld, Capt. Cousins,
"Vb heard of a man offering a fine
garden hose for 85 the other day.
Whose was it ?
Tm: mail for San Francisco per
steamer Suez, closes at the Posw
office to-morrow at 3 p.m.
Poucn Court sat Friday, tried 4
or 5 civil cases of no importance,
and as many more postponed till
next civil session.. Two opium cases,
4 drunks, 1 burglary, 1 common
nuisance and 2 assault and battery
at the Police Court on Saturday.
Tun Btnir. Iwalani, from Kona
tind Kau, will bo duo to-morrow
A party of Chinamen living on
Maunakea strert, finding ouo of their
number dying from Chinese dropsy
on Saturday, put him out on the
street and left him' to die. They
LINES OH THE BULLETIN.
The liUMUTix'A now all the rage,
It's -iu lucrlptfons are heat ler and hca ior.
Tftti1 Kenyoa may'wi'll fill the page,
There's another whoN still (J.O.) Cluvlor.
Aruoi'os to our remarks on Fruit
Importation, we were invited on
Thursday to sample some Hartlctt
Pears which had nrrived by the
Suez. Nearby- half a case was
emptied in our presence without
finding a single dnmaged one. Each
of them was in splendid condition
and we attribute this to the special
care taken in packing them.
While the Cristoforo Colombo
was in port it was customary to sec
some of her crew on shore every
morning between 5 nnd 7 purchasing
fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, &c.
A day or two before she sidled the
purchasing party were on shore as
usual, and one of the sailors, after
buying some vegetables from a
Chinaman tendered him a Peruvian
bank-bill of the value of 10 cents.
John, from the size of the bill,
thought it must be of large value,
and gave the sailor 20 dollars and
6omc odd cents in change. Next
day, however, he found out his mis
take and went on board to demand
his money. Although afforded every
opportunity for inspection he failed
to find the "gay deceiver," and now
he is left lamenting.
Wr. arc sorry to learn to that Mr.
Furaeaux'has sent away some of his
'pictures, recording the eruption of
Mauna Loa, and will bend more by
the next steamer. We- understand
that they arc ,cnt to New York.
The Ministry felt-compelled to make
a bi' effort for the purchase of the
portrait of the late King Lnnalilo on
acco'unt of its national value. What
then do they mean to do iii regard to
these pictures which arc of equal
national value. ? Will they allow for
eigners in other countries to possess
naiioual pictures like these and let
the nation go without them ?
Fort street at its intersection by
Merchant street, was disfigured all
day yesterday with two b'arrels-and
pieces of lumber and bricks. Sup
pose that auothcr'ninaway had come
thatjway nnd figure to yourself the
catastrophe ? Who is responsible
for these careless acta,
A hunaway occurred on Hotel
street about 12 o'clock noon on
Saturday. The horse got away and
left the carriage behind. Nohody
hurt: express slightly damaged.
- We learn that 30 shares of tho
East Maui Plantation btock wore
sold on Saturday by W. O. Smith
; Co. at8300atbhare, easily Moral:
Advertise iu the lluixr.-rix.
We lem n by the courtesy of the.
Post-office officials, that 1 ,222 letters
were received by the Suez, and 457
pounds weight of newspapers.
On Saturday, ,His Majesty the
King, in Privy Council 'assembled
signified his- pleasure iu approving
the nomination of Mr. J. S. Walker
1)3 tho Minister of Finance for the
now post of Auditor-General. Mr.
Walker's commission takes effect
from uext November. Nothing elso
of importance transpired.
On Saturday evening, at 7 :30 p.m.
our American fellow-citizens gave a
Mirpribe serenade to His Excellency
H. M. Daggett, the new U. S; Com
missioner. They formed quite a
large procession with torches, and,
with the assistance of the band,
made the air lively with strains of
patriotic melody. On arriving at
the Hotel it was found that the, bruit !
of their coming had preceded them, '
for the balconies were filled with
tho u fair women find brave men"
who had cornc to do honor to their
country's representative. Mr. Dag
getl made" a" 'truly eloquent and
graceful speech of thanks for the
honor and the spirit of welcome dis
played. Mr. McKinlcy and Dr.
MeGrcw said a few words in res
ponse to calls from the screnadcrs
and the proceedings terminated.
Mr. Daggett will be able to learn
from this how not only our Ameri
can fellow-citizens are' prepared to
appreciate him, but also that all
nationalities are tiuged with tho samo
spirit as the personnel of the de
Tin: Hand will give a concert at
the Hotel this evening, commencing
at 7:30 p.m.
Tin: Great Credit Sale, at tho
store of Messrs. II. Ilackfcld & Co.,
will be continued this day at 10 a.m.,
of wines, spirits, ales, cigars, etc.
We call attention to the resume
of the laws on naturalization in
Hr.n Majesty the Queen, " the
mother of her people," paid a visit
to the Branch Leper Hospital at
Kakaako. She was genuinely wel
comed. . .. ,
The vacations arc nearly over and
our people arc returning.
Tnr. attendance at Fort Street.
Church yesterday was exceedingly
large. Mr. Cruzan looks as if liis
holiday had done him good.
3 drunks, 1 careless driving, 2
opium smoking on Saturday, and 1
assault and battery nnd 2 Sabbath
breaking on Sunday at the Police
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
This Day Monday.
At the store of Mcjars. II. Hack
fold & Co. will ho
Continued This Day,
AiignstStst.nl 10 a. m,,
when will bo offered
Boots and Hboiw,
Portland Cement, Hardware,
Caudles, Hugar and Hice Bags.
Also, at 12 31., will be Fold,
Champagne, Cigars, &c.
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
"Iliis Day, Monday,
August 21st, at 12 noon,
At Sales Room,
Ex Steamer Suez :
75 Sacks New Cal. Potatoes,
10 Boxes Freih Applus,
20 Crates Oaions,
20 Sack OnitiH.
ft. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
T7"ANTEr A Second-hand Breech
111 Loading SHOTGUN. Com.
raunicate with J. W. Robertson &Co.
10'J lw .
A GIRL to njieratu on a Sowing Ma
chine; abo, two Dresimnkerii.
Apply to Mr.. A. M. Mtlmh' Dress
Making Establishment, 104 Fort f-t.
7 ANTED. A live man with inoilor
1 iitu cipital, who is both mer
chant and accountant, can hear of a
good buMlius.s opport unity 'bv address
ing C 1 1)., Bulletin olllee. Principals
only. All communication strictly con
"" EUVHD SOAP,"7
Toilet Soaps, Blue Mottled Soap,
just received. Our toilet s-oaps are
beautiful and cheap, families would do
well to e.vunlne.
00 A. S. Cli:oiioiin a Co
0Ba2nll&B 1 f&iLlsaB
Elegantly Furnished Rooms
I70U FAMILIES or SINGLK.GKN
; TIjEMKN, with all tho convenien
ces and comforts of a home, with
Uss of Parlor.
Rooms arc large aud wvll ventilated.
Terms" Strictly Moderate
Corner ofllotcl and Alakra streets.
New Millinery !
New Millinery !
New Millinery !
S, J. FISHEL'S
172 PopuSar Store.
A flNE LOT OF
" Contract" and " Imperial,"
White and Colored,
For fale in quantities to suit. Also,
Choice Selections of
Latest Styles of Decorations.
105 2w LEWERS & COOKE.
Carriage (gf Builder.
Buggies, Carriages, Express Wagons
aud every kind of vehicles
and all kinds of repairing done.
"J OST The 'cenlre.-piece of a Gold
JLu Ear-ring, ret with flvo umnll pearln.
The finder will be handtomclv rewarded
oi reiurnitir tunic to J. "W. Robertson &
Co. ' 105 lw
LOST, on Saturday evening, on tho
Valley Road, between Mr. Henry
Carters ami Mr. J. S. Walker's pre
mises, two pieces of MUSIC Tanhau
ser," and "Secret Love." The Under
will receive the thanks of the owner by
leaving the same ill thu oilice of J. W.
Robertson A CO's. 143
SHAKES OF STOCK,
no Shares East Maui Plantation Co".
2(5 Shares Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
5 Shares Pacific Sugar Mill.
12 Shaves Wninnao Company.
i0 Shares Grove Ranch Plantation Co.
WM. O, SMITH & Co.,
Honolulu, Aug. 17, 1882. 170 lw
WOK SALK, LOT No. 12-1, in Kapio--1
lani Park, dimensions 51 s 300,
facing the beach, and well fenced.
ply to v. o. Ui:iiri::K.
jOI? SALE, .'i two-seated wagon
with polo and shafts, and a
double harncbs, nearly new,, prico
8 ISO. May he seen in rear of No.
20 School st. W. G. Necdlmm. 72
Oft SAI.IC, a M'ULU C A R T .
102 II. Ilackfcld iV Co.
"IOU SAL1", one new Scow, capable of
J- holding 10 tons, built by G. I'.inmcs,
aud now In good order. For further par
tlculnr apply to Tiiuo. II Davies & Co.
npo KENT FURNISHED COT-
Jl TAfMVftt'WiiIUllI Imnili-n nl H
I G'V'ler .t Co'ik L . 107 lw
I jvS&iV FPH HALE OH LEASE-A
I firtWlpjloie Building and Outhouses.
i sijas.itThRt desirable stoic lmmerly
occupied ny i. iur;icr, i.t v.aiotiinu,
Hawaii. For particulars apply to 1.
Tinner, "W.ilohiiiu;" or to A. S. Clcghoin
& Co., Hon lulu, 100 lin
I npVO OFFICES TO LET. on the" fcc-
i X oud tloor of the building occupied
by ). V . lloberisuu A Co 130
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