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KM DAY, Jl'NK 20, lss.
stated that the pay of Tax Assessor
hail been raised throughout the
islands. This statement is also
without foundation, as the pay of
Tax Collectors and Assessors was
only raised in nine districts. These
areas follows: Honolulu, Koolnu
noko, Lahaina, Wailuku, Makawno,
Hilo, Kan, South Kohaln and Hn-
Willi reference to His Excellency,
e Minister of Finance's statement,
concerning the resolution of the
Cabinet Council authorizing a draft
upon the Loan Fund for S'Jii.OOO,
which he maintains was perfectly
correct, I should like to ask his
Excellency what loan funds wore
then in the Treasury? By his report
ho informs us that 8530,000 worth
of bonds had been sold. lie also
informs us by the same valuable re
port that 8830,018 1)8 had already
been disbursed from that fund. Now,
I should like to know whore the
895,000 were to conic from? It is
thus demonstrated that the Loan
Fund at that time owed the Hawaiian
Treasury the sum of $300,000.
Under this resolution, of 895,000
the sum of 8G2,090 was drawn from
the Treasury for Government build
ings and hospitals, telephones and
telegcaphs,. How was this 11101103' ex
pended? Was it expended for the
purposes for which it was drawn? A
reference to page 17 of the iinance
report will show the House for what
it was expended, The Hawaiian Car
riage Company got 81,09 08; Mr.
George Lucas received on accont of
a contract $7,3(8 03; Lovejoy &
Co., for the cancellation of the lease
of their premises on Merchant street,
were paid $2,250; Geo. W. Mac
f arlane & Co. , for warfage on water
pipe and interest on drafts, payment
of which had been refused, were paid
83,2G5 50, and the pacfic Bridge
Compaivy got 8500.
I don't propose, Mr. Chairman,
to devote vei'3T much time to the
remarks of His Excellency the Min
ister of Foreign Affaiis. His verbo
sity is proverbial, and he has not
gone behind his record on this occa
sion, lie has talked a great deal
and said little. He would divert the
attention of the House from matters
of grave importance to indulge in
the puerile discussion of things of a
trivial nature. lie talks turkey at
3.50 a bird, and avoids the subject
of the disgraceful duplication of the
Advertiser's bills. He also grew
lachrymose in the touching defense
of the corsets and the bustle which
were supposed in his sense of poll
tical 0001101113', to pay for $2,000
worth of kahilis at the coronation.
If these items, Mr. Chairman, had
been charged to the coronation ac
count, the Committee of Finance
would never have alluded to them,
but these articles were charged to
the incidentals of the Foreign Oflice,
and that is what has raised the ire of
the committee and that of every
honest member of the Assembly.
And appropriation was made to
defray the expenses of the coronation
of His Majesty. God save the King !
If the annronriation was not suffi
cient for the purpose intended, why
did not the Ministers charge every
penny expended for Unit laudable
purpose to the proper account, and
then come before this House for
indemnity. And, Mr. Chairman,
there is not a patriotic member of
this House who 'would not have
cheerfully given his vote for that
object. But what did they do?
They attempted to conceal and hide
their actions by spreading their dis
bursements for the coronation over
several appropriations, as if they
wore ashamed of what they were
doing. Honesty is the b.est policy,
and if the Ministry hacb followed
thot old adage, these remarks would
have been unnecessry.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs
has said that wo have hunted the
vouchers in his office as though we
were hunting for a needle in a hay
stack. I thank him for the simile,
for I- can assure this House that
looking for any document in that
office is very much like trying to find
a needle in a hay stack. It is even
worse than the biblical parable about
trying to pass a camel through the
eye of a needle, for the camel's task
would be inUnately easier than that
of the searcher after truth in the
oflice of the Minister of Foreign
Affairs. Diogenes would not have
given up the job ; he would never
have undertaken it. With reference
10 the charge of 8G30 for a book of
rules for volunteers, His Excellency
calls it u reasonable charge. Now I
should stigmatize it and brand it as
highway robbery. Is lucre any
member of the House who would like
to pay six hundred and thirty cents
for a gross of these valuable books?
This disbmsment was not approved
by the proper authorities, but it was
probably pushed through by the
Minister ol Foreign Affairs at a time
when business was dull in his news
With regard to the remarks of His
Excellency the Minister of the In
terior, I beg to say that they meet
with my unqualified appropal. In a
manly and straightforward way, in
marked contrast to the subterfuges
indulged in by his colleagues, he.
qbnies boldly forward and indorses
our report. For this I give him all
honor. The only thing I have to re
grot, Mr. Chairman, is that I find
him constrained 03' circumstaticcs to
consort with such unworthy associ
ates. Knowing him as I do, I feel
that no one can appreciate his un
fortunate position more than him
self. The Minister scorn to be rather
chagrined that no positive charge of
embezzlement has been brought
against him. I should like to ask
what has become of the 8500 over
drawn on the salary of the Minister
and his clerk deny the receipt of it,
although the voucher is in the Treas
ury and the 11101103' has been paid.
Mr. Chairman, here I rest for the
present ; but, in conclusion, I should
like to refer to an unmanly slur
which has been cast on a member of
this Committee b3' the Minister of
Foreign Affairs. I allude to the
remarks of His Exeellcncjr yester
day about the Hon. Mr. Keau. His
Excellency stated thai he was an
ignorant man, and did not under
stand accounts in the English lan
guage. Now, I can assure His Ex
cellenc3 that the knowledge which
Mr. Keau possesses of the English
language is infinitely greater than
the knowledge of the Minister of
Foreign Affairs of the Hawaiian
tongue. The Honorable member
for Honolulu is well-known in this
community. He is an active busi
ness man, and has been elected
three times in the Legislative As
sembly of this Kingdom from the
the most important constituency of
the countr3r. To brand sush a man
as an ignoramus is the act of a
The House look a recess until
1 :30 i. si.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, June 20
Sun Sets G 41.
Sun Rises 17 19.
Moon Iliscs 1G 14.
High Tide (large) 2 30.
High Tide (small ) U 30.
WIND AND WEATHER
ltecord. fiom noon of yesterday:
jSabSjvcl. Thermometer Bain.
I th I 9h I 22h II 2U I Oh I ISh II to lSll
I 30.03 I 30.14 I 30.13 II 80O I 710 73 0.C0
Wind, JT.K., light; Sky, line; Sea, mod
Diamond Head, June 20, 3 p.m
Light N.E. wind.
Schr Emma from Ileeia
Schr Mar3' Foster from Kau
Stmr Lehua from Molokai & Maui
Swedish frigate Daudis from Tahiti
Schr Leahi from Koholalelc
Schr Waiehu from Waialua
Bk Emerald for Port Townsentl
Stmr Jas Makee for Kauai
Schr Wailele for Maliko
VESSELS LEAVINC T0-M0RR0W.
Bark Spica for S. F.
Schr Waiehu for Waialua
Schr Leahi brought 1S50 bags sugar.
Schr "Waiehu brought 989 bags paddy.
Schr Emma brought G21 bagtj sugar &
151 bags paddy.
The schooner Haleakala was towed in
port this morning to have a new fore
mast put in. Her fore-mast broke off
below the rigging while off Maui yester
day noon. She will sail again about
Thursday and in the mean-while Mr. C.
Afong will take care of the Portugues
laborers that were on the schooner.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Nick front room, furnished, to let.
Apply, No. 4 Garden Lane. 740 lw
iO ..... -
Ri:ad Mr. Brown's speech for an
arraignment of the Ministers.
It is reported that Capt.
will be appointed jailer of
Them: was n, large crowd in at
tendance at the session of the Legis
Velvet and Gilt Photograph
frames, new styles at King Bros.
Unusually high tides are due on
Saturday Sunday and Monday after
noons. Capt. Wikman, of the tern Eva,
has on board u small black bear, four
weeks old. brought from Eureka,
Minister Kapena spoke yesterday
in Hawaiian and did not care to have
it translated. Anyway what he said
didnt amount to anything.
Mixistku Gibson had enough
books and papers spread round him
yesterday in tho House, to start a
good sized library.
Mr. A. T. linker has purchased
the celebrated trotting horse "Joe
Dako," tho winner of the 1000
stake, against "Geo. Treat," whose
record is 2. 25.
Fot;n offices to let, well
and ventilated over the I.
store, corner Nuuanu and
Hr.ACic Walnut and Ebony I'olo
Cornices all complete, at prices
within the roach of all at King
Bros. ' 741 3t
The Minister of Mixed-up-Affairs
received a wcll-mctcd rebuke from
the President of the Assembly this
morning, and was obliged to leave
the House to cool off.
IIon Godfrey Rhodes said, he had
been a staunch friend of Minister
Gibson, until it came to such a pass,
that no man having regard for his
conscience, his self-respect or his
honour, could longer associate with
II. B. M. S. SwiFTSum: fired a
salute of 2 1 guns at noon to-day in
honor of the forty-seventh anniver
sary of the accession of Her Majesty
Queen Victoria to the throne of
The Attorn' General said j'cs
tcrday that he thought he talked
English pretty well for an American.
Mr. Godfrey Brown said this morn
ing that he might have added that
he talked Hebrew very well for a
The Swedish frigate Vanardis,
Capt. Sagerberg, arrived off port
this morning from Callao via Tahiti.
Prince Oscar, Duke of Gothland, the
second son of king Oscar I. of Sweden
is on board and with a corps of
scientific gentleman headed by Dr.
Stolpe, is making a scientific tour of
the world. Prince Oscar was born
in November 1859. The Swedish
acting Consul Mr. II. W. Schmidt
went on board this morning and was
received with the usual customary
The British vice-Consul Mr. Theo.
H. Davics and Mrs. Davies gave a
dance last evening at their residence
to the Admiral and officers of the
British men-of-war in port. It was
a very enjoyable affair, the string
band of the Swiftsure furnished
music throughout the evening.
Of the Swedish Frigate Dauadis.
Commodore O. Lagerberg.
Captain II. Kliutberg.
Commanders It. Nissen & N Sund
strous. Lieutenants II. It. II. Prince Oscar,
F. Carlsson, W. Dyrsscn, G. Lager
erantz, C. E. Ulff.
Sub-Lieutenants U. Broman, S.
Natt och Dog, F. Teyron, II. von Krus
custiern, A. Lindman G. at Ugglas.
Chaplain G. Kjcllman-Gorausson.
Paymaster J. Logerholm.
Surgeons C. Rudberg, O. Holmer.
Inspector of the Consulates H.
Doctor G. Finsman.
Eluograph Doctor II. Stolpe.
Went from Tahiti the 2d of June.
Out for a trip around the world.
Started from Sweden the 5th of De
cember, 1883. Ports visited : Sche
cruess, Lisbon, Rio de Janeiro,
Strait of Magellan, Valparaiso,
Callao, Noukahiva and Tahiti. The
voyage is intended to last eighteen
months. Going to Japan, China,
East Indies and home through the
Suez Canal. Probably stop here un
til the 7th of July. She carries 14
guns and 328 men.
Auction Sales by Iivono & Levey.
oia ;ottx:LiXif? gj-
Bv Order of His Excellency tho
MINISTER OP THE INTERI It, we
will sell by Auction at the premises,
On Saturday, Juno 21th,
At 12 o'clock noon,
1?lio Story Slate Rool
Tonic liullt, muiainer,
On Merchant Street !
Formcily occupied by Lovejoy & Co.
743 2t Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers.
THE partnership hcretofoio existing
under tho 111 m nnuie of Andrew
Monckc, George Barker and Frank Lu-
cwcaKO, doing business an grocers, xc,
at Queen street, Honolulu, is hereby
unsolved by mutual consent.
(FRANK LUC WEAK O
Sig cd 4 ANDREW MONCKE
Dated Honolulu, Juno 11, 1881. 744 3t
HPO LET, five minutes walk from the
M. OAT, Jr., & Co.
AT PUN A II 01r,
HOUSE, suitable for a large
fumllyiunu live nunuiuh want
from the Scliool Buildings. Terms mo
deiate. Address Box 120, Post Ofllee.
13x CITY OF PARIS.
WE ARE NOWOl'LXINu A bMALL
BUT SELECT IK VOICE OP
FIBRE DOYF 1ES, and
Tidies, Bod Spreads, &o.
. A. GOMSALYES &
All accounts duo mc MUST be
PAID on or before JULY 1st, as I
am about to leave this Kingdom.
All bills against me will be PAID
Li B. KERR)
Honolulu, June 7, 1884.
lei Lace Si Ms
Saturday Evening, June 21st.
Assisted by the Best Local Talent.
Doors open at 7:"30; performance to
commence at 8.
Seats may be seemed at J. L Wiseman'-
Box Sheet now open.
Carriages may be oideral at 10 p.m.
Excursion and picnic !
3J JUIiY 4tlu
Under lhe Auspices of the I, O. G. T., at
Ford's Point, Pearl River !
EST" For further particulars, soo full Pro
gramme Noxt Weok.
My patrons and the public gene
rally mo hereby notified that I
have told all of my stock in
trade and general business in
terests in thetc Islands to Mr.
S. N. SACHS, who will here,
after conduct the gencial Fancy
Dry Goods and "Millinery Bum.
ncss, at the old stand lOlFoit
direct I bespeak for my sue
cessor tlic same libcial patron
age hitheito extended to inc.
All claims ngwin t me will be
a-sumed by Mr. Snib, and nil
accounts due mo must be paid
to Mr. iSiiclis.
A M. M.ELLIS.
Honolulu, June 14, 18S 1. 741 2v
White & Colored Matting
- FOR FAI.E
At the lowest PriceB
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
we the undersigned have up.
pointed Keau (k) of Ivnkuuko, as a Luna
over tho Fisheries of Kaakaukuluii aid
Kohololoa, leased by us from B. l'nuahi
Bishop and Dowselt and Sumner. Any
person or persons who arc found fishing
or trespassing will be piosecuted accoid.
lug to law.
Figncl, LI MING & Co.
Honolulu, .Juno an', 1881. 730 2w
GOVI'.llKOIl'H OKK10W, Hono
i.umj. .uit.21. 1-8!1.
"ftJOTICE is liorebv given iliat no debts
L contracted on lei alt of the Ha
waiian lwnd will ho rcogulod or paid
unless oulered by tho umlciMgneJ.
Jjs'O. O. Dominib,
Governor of Oahu.
Tffil " TBM3
.'5 Fort Street, (Campbell' Block.)
Low Prices IViust Kule! :
350 HOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 75
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 75
350 ROY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 75
just u racial vet
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
Gent's Unlaundcrcd White Shirts, No. 1 quality, at $1.2") ; or 912 per doz.
ESTGreat Bni'sniiis ! Great Bargains ! Great Bargains I"9R
A large assortment of
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Gents.
Arrived by the last steamer one of the Largest Invoices of
S5 3-DE3NT'S HOSIERY $
Ever imported into Ibis Kingdom.
180 dozen Gcut's Slater Stockings (something new) s-cainlcss and perfect
fitting, three-ply heels at 25 cts pair
Gent's Super Stout British Iloic, seamless $4 perdozm
Gent's Cardinal Hose, silk clocked 5 cts pair
Boy's PERCALE SHIRTS,
Just BiceiM New Styles
A Large Assortment of
Greirt'fes Boots siiid. SsJIioes, 2S
Liilest Styles and Lowest Prices.
Selling at Cost
To make room for n
New Goods to
From London, New York, nndfjSnn Francisco. "
All stock on hand during the next30 daysjwillgbegsold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, -A coord eons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, CliromQj?,
AncIJi Largt 8 Variety of F.incyGoods.
725 lm TJYCAJS &c Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dillingham SteerPlows, Feucc Wire, Staples,
Kerosene Oil, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER PLATED WARE, &c, &c, &c. 668
King: XJj Telephone
P. O. Box 297.
KENMEOY & CO.,
No. 67 and 69 Hotel Street Honolulu,
Just Received per Mariposa, June 9.
Fresh Large Ghesries9
Red, White and Black, on ice.
Fine Fresh Red Currants, on ice,
Just arrived c.v Marij oa.
FRESH GROCERIES, from the bebt mfgs, and Froili California Produce.
UooiIh Hold Low, auil Delivered Free of Clitu'iro to nil parts of city.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
Jf5, 77 and 18
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
CLt r. OT. R0933.)
All orders for Whcol.vchirlcs of every description filled with promptness aod
dUpatoh. First-class Mechanics employed all the year round.
- PINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -W
Nothing (oo hot or too heavy for in. TRAM OARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANTA
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, miulo to order, altered or repaired.
Our Horse Shoeing: Department
lb under the supervision of a practical man a meclrinic second to none. We
have no uo for soaking scalds or tot tubs. All work guaranteed.
best quality, tit 1.00.
of Gent's Dress Slits
for 30 Days !
Telephone No. 240.
75, 77 and
kiuuiah co lymum.
70. 77 and 81 King Strec.