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SATURDAY, .JUNE 21. 188-1.
with the fourth volume of Hawaiian
Mr. "W. 0. Smith said there was
no use for the reports in the House,
ami should move the resolution be
indefinitely postponed. .
Mr. Kaunamano said his reason
for the resolution was, that he
wanted to bo well posted in the
decisions of the Supremo Court. I
dqn't want to be like a lamp that
has a wick and no oil. I3y supply
nig these books, 1 think it will be a
benefit to be public.
Mr. Aliolo supported the resolu
tion. On a note being called, the reso
lution was adopted.
The order of the day was taken
up. Consideration of the Finance
Committee report, in Committee of
Mr. Kanealii said, a gieat deal
has been said about the leport for
the past two days. I would call
attention to an item of 81381 paid
twice, and which the Committee say
has been paid back into the Treasury
since they found it out. I made en
quiries at the Treasury and found
such the case. Also a sum of $500
paid in advance to the P. (J. Adver
tiser for priming laws, but no work
has been done. Where is the money?
$75,000 was noted by the last As
sembly for educational purposes,
only S4 1,537.83 has been expended.
Where is the balance? The honoia
ble member next referred to the
Board of Immigration where no
books were kept. He thought the
report of the Committee should be
adopted, as the facts stated there
Mr. C. Brown said that with re
gard to the matter of $50 drawn on
account of the Fishery Exhibition
and not expended, but in the hands
of Mr. AY ebb, Acting Secretary,
the amount had been returned to
the Treasury this evening.
The House now took a recess un
til 1 o'clock.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS,
Look out for the S. 8 Alameda
early Monday morning.
Nicu front room, furnished, to let.
Apply, No. -1 Garden Lane. 7d0 Iw
VuiiVET and Gilt Photograph
frames, new styles at King Bros.
$209,089.79 have been spent by
the Ministry under authority of
Tun concert by Mr. Henry Hey-
mnn. the violinist, will be given at
the Music Hall this evening.
Foun olllccs to let, well lighted
and ventilated over the I. X. L.
store, corner Nuuanu and Queen
Black Walnut and Ebony Pole
Cornices all complete, at prices
within the reach of all at King
Bros. 71 i 3t
I Ml., In thu vicinity of tho Post
office. It is supposed he committed
By the Alameda a number of pugi
lists or bruisers arc expected. It is
their intention of giving some public
exhibitions in our city, but we hope
tho proper authorities will not allow
any such exhibitions to take place in
our midst. We have noticed that
wherever these men have "per
formed" in tho States, such enter
tainments have ncter been brought
to a close without a disturbance of
some kind or other. Wc don't need
Tim Swiftsuro and the Hawaiian
Bands will give positively a combined
concert at Emma Square, on Mon
day evening, June 23.
Mn. Cruzan will preach at Fort
St. Church to-morrow at the usual
hours. The subject of the evenings
sermon will be "Back-boue.'
Admiral Lyons entertained His
Majesty at dinner last evening on
board the Swiftsuro. The ship was
illuminated with the electric light.
SUM, MOON AND SEA.
All time li om noon of to-day, June 21
Sun Set 6 J5.
Sim lties 17 19.
Moon Rises 17 13.
High Tide (huge) 3 00.
High Tide (small ) 13 00.
W IND AM) WUArillUl
liccoul iiom noon of jcstouluy:
lUiomctcr Thermometer Kuin.
At hen Le cl.
I Hi I Mi I 22h 2h I '.ill I 1SU to 1SU
I 30.U7 I ao.12 I J0.11 WO I 10 I 73 II 0.03
Wind, X.12., fiesli; bky, fair; Sen, mod
II. R. II. Prince Oscar of Sweden,
the captain and officers of the Swe
dish ft igatc Vauadis, were received
in audience by His Majesty the King
j'estcrday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
His Majesty and a number of
Government officials were invited to
the dinner on board the Swiftsure
last evening, but the Ministers were
left out in the cold.
Tim Portuguese Commissioner
having called the Government's at
tention, to the large number of
deaths during the voyage of the
City of Paris, the Attorney-General
has held an inquiry. The doctor
and several of the officers, as well
as several of the immigrants were
examined. The end of it was, that
there was no blame attached to any
one connected with the ship, but the
increased number of deaths was
partly due to the carelessness of
some of the parents.
H - .
10 V IB ADE I ' THE " TEMPLE
Ex CITY OF PARIS.
WE ARE N HVOPENWl A SMALL
BUT SELECT INVOICE OK
Lace Si Ms!
FIB'E DOY' IBS, and
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
03 Fort Street, (Campbell's Block.)
Tidios, Bod Spreads, &o.
1 1 GOUSALTBS & CO.,
57 HOTEL hTHELT.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play in Emma
Square, this evening, at 7:30. The
following is the programme :
March Ulmuli Frcylinjj
Ovcitmc Berlin Life Connufi
i!aatina BMisiuio Donizetti
Selection Jerusalem Verdi
Q laitcltc Huntsman's Farewell
Waltz Aatist Life Strauss
Bktnc W II Ditnond from S. F.
Stmr Kilauca Hou from Kahului
Stmr Kinau from windward ports
Schr Gen Seiglc from Koolau
Schr Waioli from Kona
Stmr Mokolii from Koolau
Schr Waiehu for Waialua
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr Kilauea Hou for Kahului
Schr Gen Seigle for Koolau
Schr Waioli tor liana
Stmr Lehua for Molokai & Maui
Schr Ehukai for Waialua
Schr Leahi for Koholalelc
From Molokai & Maui per Lehua,
June 20 F G Pond, A Fcrnander,
I chinaman and iiO (leek.
From Kahului per Kilauea Hou,
june 21 It Mitchell, W W Goodale,
Ah Hay, W O Atwater, C Forbes,
II A Campbell, Miss C Jones, Miss
Emcrick, Miss Howe, Miss Wain
rich t & -12 deck.
i From Windward ports per Kinau,
June 21, Capt. Thos. Spencer, E
II Caug, W A Smith, J G Jones,
Mrs. C Petersen and child, Mrs. L
Lubon, Paalua, Akanaliilii, II Zerbo,
It It Hinds, Miss D Unversagt, J.
Neuton, J D Robert, Mis J Woods,
E Moller, W It Cuthbert, Hon II
Knilielani, Koki, Mrs C B Mukee
and child, Mrs Makaleka and two
children, It W Putnand, WS Akana,
L Young, D R Vula, wife and two
Tho schooner Claus Spreckels Capt.
Drew, sailed trom Kalnuui Juuo 20 lor
S. F. WJtli UU0 bags ol sugar weighing
7UW50 lbs 'ML hides and lou sheep skins.
Total domestic value 45,832.01.
The Splca will sail on Monday for
San Fraueteuo. She takes 2JJ07 bugs of
smrur, 3.18 bags ot rice uud 01 bales
ot wool. Domestic value 1,390.00.
Cant. Maey takes uoimnuud of tho
Tno whole of the main-deck of the
Kaluna hajeen take out to be i enlaced
by a new one.
Schr Wuioli brought a load of lire
wood from Kona.
Stmr Lehua brought 1 107 bags sugar,
2 horses, and 25 hogs.
Tho W 11 Dniioiut was towed in by the
'The stmr Kinau brought 3013 bugs of
sugar, 1 horse, 111 pugs undries, 51
nieces of ko.i boards, and 08 hides.
The bktue W. II. Diinond unlved this
A. Ji., lrf wiyfe "0" s- F- sll bli"Ks
a deck load oi noises, mules, bulls, cows
The garden party and fair for the
benefit of the lepers, will take place
at the Palace next Thursday June
2Cth. We arc requested to state
that all perso'ns having contributions
of goods, will be kind enough to
leave them at the Palace on or before
Monday next. One of the features
of the day will be the grand poi
lunch. The above object is a worthy
one and we hope every-one will turn
out and help to swell the receipts.
The public have a right to protect
against the arrangement of seats for
the audience at the Assembly. The
largest part of the Hall is kept re
ligiously clear of spectators, while
in the rear a few scats are provided,
which at an earley hour are packed
with palace hangers on and other
scrub, to the exclusion of citizens
who take interest in and have a right
to know what is going on.
With regard to the two dressing
cases,' Minister Gibson canot ac
count for, and which were pur
chased for a ball given to Admiral
Lyons, during a previous visit of
the Swiftsure, would it not be as
well for the Minister to have tho
ship searched now, she is in port.
Perhaps he might dispatch Capt.
Tripp for that purpose, as he is
used to secret service, having slept
out on the sands for weeks at Kahu
lui watching the Kilauea Hou for
. o .
Cai'tain Mehrtcns is u wide awake
officer. The other night he made a
ram on an opium ucn on MnunaKcn
street and hauled in three Chinamen
who were engaged in opium smok
ing. At ttie same ume ne came
across a complete set of burglars
tools, and other tools, also four
revolvers, and a meerschaum pipe.
The revolvers have been identified
r.s those stolen from Mrs. Lack's
store last month. The case will be
worked up, and will probably lead to
the detection of the parties who
have been connected with the recent
FOURTH OF JULY.
The following order of literary
exercises is proposed for the Fourth :
Invocation, Music, Introductory
Remarks by the American Minister,
Music, Reading Declaration of In
dependence, by Wm. R. Austin;
Music, Address, by Jay Green;
Music, Poem, by Daniel O'Connell;
Orator, Wm. R. Castle; Music,
Benediction, Singing under Prof.
Yarndley, the Hawaiian Band under
All accounts due me MUST be
PAID on or before JULY 1st, as I
am about to leave this Kingdom,
All bills against me will be PAID
L. B. KERR,
Honolulu, June 7, 1884.
Saturday Evening, June 21st.
3.10 BOY'S LIKEN SUITS, Ben Qoality ONLY $1 76
350 BOYS LIXFN SUITS, Dost Quality ONLY $1 7B
330 BOY'iS LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 75
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
Gent's Unlaundcml White Sl.itt, No. 1 quality, at $1 2". ; or $12 per doz.
22TGrcat Bargains ! CSrcnt Bargains ! Wwat Bargain !TSl
A large u'sorliuc'il of
Boy's Sailor Hals, in all colors, only 50 Cents.
Arrived by the last btcuui'ir o:io of the L.irgeat In'ce3 of
GOEITJ? I-IOJCEXfcY "SSI
Kver imported into litis Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (.oaicthius tnw) icnnilc33 and perfect
fitting, threr-ply heels- at 25 cts pair
Gent's Supir Stout British Hoe, soamles $1 per dozen
Gent'd Cardinal IIo3c, silk c o.ked .' 25 cts pair
Boj 's PERCALE S d HITS, best q mlity, it $1.00.
Jnst MM to Styles of foil's Dress Slits
A Lirgc Assortment of
gS3r Greirts Boots and lioes,
Latest Styles and Lowest Prices.
A LAWYER OH THE WAR PATH.
Michael Thompson Esq., Attorney
at Law is in trouble, fie has been
making loans of money to Mr. Ric
dell upon what the other creditors of
that gentleman consider fraudulent
and usurious terms. Mr. Thomp
son has a mortgage upon all of Mr.
Riedell's available property, and for
greater safety had removed the pro
petty to his office on the corner of
Foit and Merchant streets. This
morning one of the creditors of Mr.
Ricdell got out execution against
this propel ty and Mr. Flielber sewed
it, and attempted to take possession.
Thompson claimed that the propcity
was his, and attempted to convince
Flielber of the fact by a knock down
argument with a heavy knotted cane.
Flielber measured the size of Thomp
son's windpipe with his thumb and
fore-finger, and tried to bring him
t.) time by gently la3'ing him on a
safe and jaming a clock down his
t'nrrat. Thompson repeated his
former argument with variation, and
at the conclusion of the round the
debaters looked like the sale sur
vivors of a railroad smash up.
Thompson is held to answer for
assault on an officer, and is out on
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Fo:d Store,
Corner King and Nuunnu faticets.
Fiesli Gioccrio and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Tolcphono 349.
AS I INTEND leaving this Kingdom,
all persons are hcruby requested,
in n eent their claimbUg.iiiihl mew tlhia
110 days of date, if they have any, at the
olllee of M S. Giimlia'um & Co.
J. I1. MEN 1)00 A.
Honolulu, May 19th, 188-1. 7.7 1m
AitLted by the Best Local Talent.
DimM open at 7: 0; performance to
eonimcnee Mt H.
Scats iiiav be sccnie.l at J. E. Wise
BoxS'icit now ojnn.
Cuiiiinus in iv bi oideied at 10 p.m.
EXCURSION AND PICNIC
X JU1L.Y 4th.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To make room for a IjarcE,Sl0L-tc or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, andS.xn Francisco.
Ail stock on hand during the nexi30 das willbojsold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF.MUSI3 GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
Ancfli Lai go Variety of F nicy Goods.
725 lm XYO.W Sc Co.
Un ler die Aubpii es f the I. O. G. T., at
Ford's Point, Pearl Rier !
jrgj?" For further particulars, see full Pro
gramme Next Week.
My p itrons and the public gene
liiilyu.o hen by noiiilcil tliut I
have tola all of my stock in
lrdi and genesal liiisiuc-1 in
tuit&ts in thtc l-lunds to Mr.
S. M. .ACI, who will Icie.
after eoi.dnet the ge cial Fancy
D y Ooodb and Milll iciy B ii.
neb, ut tho (11 Miuul in 1 Fort
btrcet. I uchpcuk lor nty hue
ccs&or the Mimu libeial patroa
age hilheiio eMendid to me.
All cluiins agirin I mu will bo
a-buiucd by Mi. Satin, and all
nicotmla due me in u b be paid
to .Mr. Siichb.
A M. MELLIS.
Honolulu, Juno 14, 1881. 711 2w
A Lane Asswtat
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dillingham S.iolJ? o vs, Fence Wuc, St.iples,
Kerosene Oil, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVEU PLATED WAKE, ice, &c, &c. ' 652
King; Up Telephone J240.
P. O. Box 207. Telephone No. 240.
KEiWEDY & CO.,
No. 67 and 69 Hotel Slruet Honolulu,
Information was received by
Deputy Marshal Dayton that the
body of a man had been discovered
in the Salt Lake at Moanalua, a
short distance out of Honolulu.
Accompanied by two or three officers
tho deputy went out, and found
the body floating on the surface of
the water, but in such a state of
dpcoinnosition that it was im me
diately buried. Some clothing was
found a shot distance away, and by
this the body was indcntilled as that
of Isaac Ford an Englishman be
tween fifty and sixty years of age.
He was last seen alive on the 9tU
TIIEpnitnership heretofore existing
under tho Hint niimo of Andiew
Monuke, George Rnker aud Frank Lu
ck eako, doing business aa groceis, fcc.,
ut Queen btrcet Honolulu, is heieby
dissolved by mi t'ml concern.
fc'lg ctN ANDKE'V MON KB
(GE HGE BAltKtR.
Ditcd Hououlu. June 11, 1881. 744 Ht
TO LET, five minutes walk fiom the
Pont-Offlco. Enquire at
7.17 tf J. M. OAT, Jr., & Co.
AT PUVAI10U. A NKW
II.illi-'P cniinlili. f ir !i liiriro
fiiun tho tiehool HiiuduiK. lerm am
deiate. Address Box 123, Post Ulllcu.
- l'OU KALE
At the Iow8it PriceB
Just Received per Mariposa, June 9i!
Fresh Large Cherries,
Red, While and Bl.iclc, on ice.
Fine Fresh Bed Currants, on ice,
Just ariived ex Mtui; o a.
FRESH GROCERIES, fiom the biet mfg., and Fro h California Produce.
(ooiIn Hold liow, anil Delivered Free of Charge to all partft of city.
Cleghorn & Co's.
NOT1CK IS HEREBY (3IVEN that
o tho uinluiMK'iod huve np.
pointed ICeaii (k) of Knkiukn, ani Luim
over the Fiahench of haukniiluikni aid
Kohol.ilo.i. lensed hy us I mm B. Pauahi
Bishop and Dowsett mid S miner. Any
person or pcivoni who aio found fishing
or tio'pii'Sing will bo piosccutcd accord,
iiib to law,
Hanoi. LI MING & Co.
Honolulu, .Ttni Hr'1, 188 1. 7.t'l 8w
Govi'.itNOit's uri'toi--, IIono-)
i.ui.r, tfept. 21, 1 8:i. J
NO'l ICK is ho ehyg ven hat nodohts
loiitnuiud on l.o ,.ilf of thu Ha
waihi'ili nl v iH in ro ngulo I or paid
Sukfis oidervd hy tho u mer lane I.
Ooveruor of Oahu.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 anil 18
75, 77 and 81
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
l rentes 31. .T. ItOS33.)
All orders for Wheel-vehicles of every do'cription lllled with promptness and
dispatch. Firt-class Mcchnnlcs employed all tho year round.
W FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -t
Nothing too hot or too heavy for in. TttA M CARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANTA-
TION VAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, made to order, altered or repaired.
Our Horse Shoeing: Department
Is under the supervision of a pricti al man-u mcchinio second to nons. W
liave no ii'-o for soaking hcaUU or lot tubs. A I v o I; gimranteed.
JSOhnrgc moTteiate. WHiniAN & WRIGHT,
408 ly 7J. 77 aud 1 King Street.