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Tronic! bo folly to go on with It, wo
don't know it ia n correct one. Sinco
it was printed I dnro say it bna never
been compared witli tho original one.
Tho House adjourned at 11 :-i a.
m. until 1 i. m.
On rc-assembling after recess,
Minister Kapena presented tbc ori
ginal copy of tbe Appropriation Bill
which was read by the secretary for
the first time.
Mr. Widemann rose to a question
of order, lie wanted to know
whether this is first reading of the
The President said yes.
Mr. Wideman There is a resolu
tion passed on Saturday en a bill
not before the House, is it valid. I
ask for a ruling.
The President said the action of
the House was in perfect order.
Mr. Kalua moved the bill be read
a second time by its title.
The President said, according to
tho rules of the House the bill must
go to the Revising Committee, un
less the rules be suspended.
MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1884.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, June 21$
Sun Set G 45.
Sun Rises 17 19.
Moon Sets 7 12.
High Tide (larse) 4 00.
High Tide (small ) 10 00.
WIND AND WEATHER
llccorrt liom noon of yestordny:
At'&ciiLuvcl. Thermometer Kain.
I lh I Oil I 22h II 21i I nh I lSh to lSll
I ao.uao.iG 11 82 1 7t 1 750 II 0.00.
Wind, K.i:., light; Sky, fair; Sen, smooth.
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Stmr C 11 Bishop from Ilamalcua
Willard Mudgett from Newcastle
Schr Kckauluohi from Ilanalei
S. S. Alameda from S. F.
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Kahului
Schr Gen Seigle for Koolau
Schr Waioli tor liana
Stmr Lehua for Molokai & Maui
Schr Ehukai for Waialua
Schr Leahi for Koholalelc
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kinau for windward ports
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
C R Bishop for Ilamakua
Mokolii for Koolau
II. B. M. S. Swiftsure for B. C.
Schr Liholilio for Waianae
Schr Jennie for Nawiliwili
From S. F. per S. S. Alameda,
June 23. Mrs. It Greive & daughter,
Dr. W B McAllister & wife, Cramer,
Madam B Zielska and daughter,
AV S Sacks, J S Wight, C B Brons,
Col. W E Dean, Mrs. J S AVebb,
M S Grinbaum, Mrs. M S Grinbaum,
Miss A Baldwin, Rev. E G Beckwith,
Mr. A Dreaur wife and 3 children,
Mr Chin Sing, A F Cusack, W Jones,
T Ferkelsen, C Kessler, S Tracey,
T D Hiiclen, Mrs. A J McCarthy,
F Webber, Thos. Foley, H Beart,
Herman Roth, D E English, J Haney,
AV C Reed, W L Halbe, Henry Pino,
A E Millier, J K Porter, & 5 Chinese.
From S. F. per AV II Dimond,
June 21. II Nctter, AV Urguhart,
and 2 steerage.
From Kauai per Stmr. Iwalani,
June 22. P C Jones Jr., G Huntly,
Mrs. C Newell and child.
From Ilamakua per C R Bishop,
June 22. T Hughe wife and child,
C D Miller.
The bark Elslnore arrived at Victoria
B. C. on June 14th.
S rar Iwalani brought 1028 bags sugar,
40 bags of rice, 53 hides, 4 bulls, anil 20
Stmr C It Bishop brought 2021 bags of
sufir' .0 T ,
TllO UllUKUIUll IllTlVUU Ilk (3. r . u iuju ju
21 days from Ilouoluln.
The S. S. City of New York sailed
from S. F. June 14 for Yokohama and
Tho Schr. Queen Capt. Briindt, sailed
from S. F. June for this port.
Tho Schr. Annu cleared Irom S. F.
Juno 12 for Kahului.
Messrs. G W Maefarlane ic Co., have
received word by the Alameda to have
the S. S. City of Paris in readiness for
sea by the 8 of July. Her next port is
either to be China or San Francisco, but
owing to tho decrease of lreight on
"rain from S. F. to Liverpool it is most
probable tho City ot Paris will goto
China if so she will sail on the SJth of
July, but if she 1 to loud for S. F. she
will be detained 2 days later than ex
pected. Report of Steamship Alameda.
s,iiicl from Sun Francisco. June 10,
at 3 p. 111. with 45 passengers and 850
tons of cargo. Hud light N-AV- iuJ
S.W. winds to the 22d, then S.E. light
wind with cloudv weather. Thursday,
Juno 20th, at 1.30 a. 111. pascd S, S.
Mariposa. On the lUlh at noon passed
a fore ami alt schooner standing to the
eastward, arrived at Honolulu U o'eloek
this morning. Time, 0 days and 20
In Sin Francisco, Jane 7th, of apo
plexy, .Mw. Hosaim Haniwiy wife 01 J.
D. Ramsey, and mother of Mrs. J.u.
Lane of tuls city, ago 47 ycius.
. LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS,
Ninr moon bat night.
... 1 1
Tnn pugilists did not arrive by tho
Tin: Tiehborne Claimant is to be
released on "ticket of leave."
Nici: front room, furnished, to let.
Apply, JJo. -1 Garden Lane. 7-10 lw
Tin: Hkv. K.G7Bcekvith, of San
Francisco, arrived by the Alameda.
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Enotwim Romany tlie violinist,
lias postponed his visit to Australia
for a month.
II. 11. M. Minister, Major J. II.
"Wodehousc, was present in the As
sembly this morning.
Ouu thanks arc due Purser Sulton
of the Alameda and Mr. George
Bowser for late news favors.
Vklvet and Gilt Photograph
frames, new styles at King Bros.
Tnr.ni: will bo a billiard match at
the Hotel this evening between Ka
hai and a San Francisco gentleman.
Four offices to let, well lighted
and ventilated over the I. X. L.
store, corner Nuuanu and Queen
streets. G91 tf
Black Walnut and Ebony Pole
Cornices all complete, at prices
within the reach of all at King
Bros. 744 3t
Miss Edith Mist, daughter of
Captain II. W. Mist, R. N., gave a
party Saturday evening to the mid
shipmen of the Swiftsure. It was
a delightfully pleasant affair.
Mnssns Kennedy & Co. have re
ceived per Alameda, fresh celery,
apricots, peaches and salmon, all in
fine condition. Call early with your
Tin: Alameda arrived at 8 :30 A. y.
this morning. Amongst the pas
sengers Ave notice: Mrs. Robert
Grieve and daughter, Col. W. E.
Dean, Dr. McAllister, and M. S."
Grinbaum and wife.
Tin: Rev. Alex. Mackintosh preach
ed at St. Andrews Cathedral yes
terday forenoon. Admiral Lyous
and a detachment of sailors and
Marines from the Mtitine were
A Mass meeting will be held at the
Lyceum this evening at 7:30 p. m.
to dicuss the political situation.
Every person in the city should be
present at this most important
AVe hope that no ladies will so far
forget what is due to their sex as to
attend the sessions of the Legislature
until Mr. Paul Neumann has va
cated the positon which he now
Tun Chinaman, Leon Chu, who
murdered one of his countrymen at
Hilo, and was under arrest for
murder, has committed sucide in
raol there. He made a kind of rope
from his clothes, tied it to the bars of
the windows and strangled himself.
A guand concert will be given
next Saturday evening at Kawaiahao
Church, by the Malihini Glee Club
under direction of David K. Naone,
assistant band master H. R. H.
Princess Lilitiokalnni and Prof. II.
Berger will assist. One of the attrac
tions will be a cavatina by Belfe for
six violins, played by young ladies.
Joseph "Wii.t.acott a sailor on
board the Swifturc, died at the
Queen's Hospital on Saturday of
brain disease. He was 28 years of
age, a native of Devenport, England.
His remains were followed to their
last resting place, by a detachment
of sailors ami marines, the coffin
being placed on ft gun carriage,
wrapped in the British flag, and
drawn by a number of his mates.
The band of the Swifturc played
appropi iatp music, and three volleys
were tired at the grave. Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh conducted the service.
A combined concert will be given
this (Mpnday) evening at 7:30
o'clock by tho Swiftsure and Royal
Hawaiian Bands. Following is the
Overture M n-aniollo Auber
Selection Altllhi Venll
ItOVAI. HAWAIIAN HANI).
Grand MaifU Kiight Templars. Much
Selection Tho Lonilmiiliims Veuli
Ovortun French Comedy... Idler BjIh
Waltz Spanish Waldteufel
Vocal Oalop Q leun Victoria... .H.-uker
Aloha Oal Uotl Stvo the Queen.
Swedish Anthem Hawaii Ponoi.
It ttiII tnko A good doal tnoro
wliltowiwh than Mr. J. Q. Carter
has got in his bucket to furbish up
the reputation of any newspaper
which attomps to defend or excuse
the conduct of Mr. Paul Neumann.
Wo are authorized to state
the inquiry concerning the large
number of deaths on the late voyage
of the City of Paris, has not yet been
concluded ; and that the Portuguese
Commissioner is not satisfied with
the result of the inquiry.
On the contrary he considrrs the
conduct of the authorities at Ma
deira, and of tho commander of the
steamer as cxtrcmly reprehensible,
owing to tho fact that there was an
epidemic of measles in Madeira at
the time the emmigrants embarked,
and adequate means of protection
from infection were not taken.
On Saturday evening at the Music
Hall, by Mr. Henry Hoy man, the
violinist, drew out a large and
fashionable audience, and from a
musical point of view was a great
success. The first number on the
programme was a piano duett, "Eg
mont Overture," excellently played
by Misses Castle and Hopper. Mr.
Charles Hasselmann, who is already
an established favorite here, sang
non c vcr by Mattie with such a
warmth of feeling and artistic finish
that he was obliged to respond to
an encore, and sung Dorm! pure by
Scudcri. The next number intro
duced Mr. Ileyman to us, who play
ed a cluster of classical gems. AVe
were very much pleased with his
playing, in delicacy as well as
purity of tone he was especially
good. lie played with a great deal
of feeling, and was in sympathy
with his audience until the last note
had died away. Mr. Ileyman ap
peared later in the evening on two
other occasions, and full carried
out our opinion of his abilities.
Miss R. Lachraan sang two selec
tions during the evening which evi
dently gave satisfaction. AVe do
not think the hall is adapted for this
lady s voice, and tor that reason
would like to hear her in a smaller
place, before making and remarks.
This notice cannot be concluded
without speaking in the highest
terms of praise of the accompanist
of the evening, Miss Castle who
had a lion's share of work and
did it well.
Hawaiian Carriaee Ifeo
A. FJNK LOT OF
Second Growth Ash and Oak
For side at lowest market wile.
Also a complete stock of
Carriage & "Wagon Material
constancy kept on ln.n I, un 1
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The favorite bktne
W. H. Dimond,
Hoiullctt, - - Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage- apply to
W O. Ihwin &, Co., Agents.
Wolfe & Edwards
Qroce y a:d Fo:d Stcr),
Corner Kl ig and Ninii n i streets.
Fro-.li Grocerio nnd Piovisi ms received
b every Steamc
P.O. Box 130, Tolephone 349.
AS I INTEND leaving this Kingdom,
all persons nro hereby icquesteil,
to present their claims against niu within
!I0 days of date, if they have any, at the
oillce of M. S. Giliiilmimi & C.
J. P. MENDOACA.
Honolulu, May lOlli, 18S1. 7)7 1m
HPIIK piitnerslup heretofore existing
X under the thm inline of Andrew
Jlonekc, George Barker and Frank Lu
eweuko, doing business as grocers, &o,
ut Queen stieet, Honolulu, is heicby
uissulven y nn.tuai conseir.
Pig P(lANl)liEnr MONt KE
GE ilU,B HA It Kbit.
Dated Ilouo ulu, June 11, lh81. 7W HL
rpo LET, llvo minutes walk fmm the
X Post-Olllre. Enquire at
7J7 tf J. M. OAT, Jr., ii O .
im MM i IIATI XT IMlf
A'i ru iiiiuui iv I
IIOU-E, sulinblefora large
lamih.and live minuto-i walk
fioiu Hie Sellout nuliuin,'!-. lerm-mi-doiate.
Address Box 123, Post Oillce.
Ex CITY OF PA UTS.
WE ARE NOW OPENING A SMALL
HUT SELECT INVOICE OF
Lace Si Shawls!
FIBRE DOYLIES, and
A LAKGE ASSORTMENT
nnnW 111 n VI nfl
it "oh in -rnrniiri
Tidies, Bed Spreads, &c.
I. A. GONSALVES k CO,
57 IIOTEfi STREET.
All accounts due me IVIUST 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.
AssMed by the Bust Local Talunt.
D ors open at 7:10; performance to
commence ut 8.
Scats may be secured at J. E. Wise-inun'-
Box Sheet now open.
Can higes may bu oidcicd at 10 p.m.
EXCURSION AND PICNIC !
OH JIMLY 4th.
Under die Auspices of tbe I, O. G. T., at
Ford's Point, Pearl River !
For further parliculars, see full Pro
gramme Next Week.
Special Photic e.
My patrons and the public gene
isiily uie hen by noiillcd that I
have told all of my stock in
trade and gcneial biibinc-s in
teiests in (Utije llsinds lo Mr.
N. S. SACHS who will l.cie.
after conduct the gc ieial Fancy
D.-y Goods and M'lllbieiy Busi.
iiess, at the ell stand 101 Fort
kliect I hucpeak lor my suc
cessor the Mimu liheral patron,
ago hitheilo eMeuded to mo.
All cliiinis nga'iiiat inu will ho
a sinned by Mi. SiicIh, and all
account d io mo intii bj paid
to Mr. Sachs.
A. M. MELLIS.
Honolulu, June 11, 1881. 71 1
A Lane AssortmBnt
- KOU PAt.K
At the Lowest Prices
at A. 3. Cleghorn & Go's.
VfOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lN w ci the uaeihigncd have ap.
pointed Kcau (It) of Kakauko, as a Luna
over iho Fisheries o Kaakaukuknl aud
Kohol.ilon, leased by us from B. Piiuahi
Bishop and Dowsc.lt and Sumner. Any
person or peri-on who are found fishing
or lieqvbsing will be piobeouted accoid
liife to law.
flgnel, LI MING & Co.
IToMolalu. .lunutlr'', 1881. 7.VI 2w
G ivniiNOii's uiu-icK,
mji.u. Sent. 21. 18'J.
NOTICB Is hereby filven thai nodehts
contracted on behalf of the Ha
waiian li )) 1 wil' he rujngnUeil or paid
iidi'ssoidcied by the under-lgne.l.
Jno. ). Dominie,
Governor of Oaliu.
C53 Fort Street, (Campbell's Block.)
Ji.-iO HOY'S JLJNEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 7G .
350 BOYS LIXKN SUITS, Best Qualily ONLY $1 75
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Ikst Qualily ONLY $1 75:
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
Gent's Uulauiulcrcd White Shirts, No. 1 quality, at $1.21 ; or $12 per doz.
ESTGrout Kn renins ! (iSrent Itnvgains ! Great Bargains !"S
A large assortment of
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Cents.
Arrived by the last steamer one of the Largest Inxo'.ces of
S eKEIVT'S HOSIERY 3!
Ever imported into tins Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect
lining, tluer-ply hceN at 25 cts pair
Glut's Supi-r Smut British Ilote, soumless $4 per doz n
Usui's Cardinal IIo-u1, silk ciojked ". 25 cts pair
Boy's, PERCALE SHIRTS, best quality, at $1.00.
Just Receivefl New Styles of .Sell's Dress Salts
A Lirge Assortment of
BC3? G-ent's Boots and. JSlioes, -sS
Latest Styles and Lowest Price.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To mnlto room for n'1arsrCStock of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, anc'San Francisco.
All stock on hand during the nex!30 dayswillfbegsold for cash,
coasutbig in part oT
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OP MUSIC GOOD3.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Oliuirs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromoe,
Ancflt Laige Variety oT Fancy Goods.
725 lm X-iYO-AJT &c Co.
DILLHfGHAM & Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dillingham SteelJPlows, Fence Wire, Staples,
Kerosene Oii, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER PLATED WARE, &c.,'.&c., &c. 052
Ring" XJp rJCclei1ionc SS10.
Telepl one No. 240.
P. O. Box 207.
KENNEDY & CO.,
No. 67 and 69 Hotel Street.
Just Received per Alameda, June 23
Fresl Celery, Salmon, terns, Apricots, & Peaces
.AJX iix Iine OoTicli-tion-
c(1h Mold Low, and 1livH(kd Froo f c:har;r to nil partM of cit3'.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and IS
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Iato t. .T. ItOSE.)I
All oidcis for Whecil.vuhieles or every doserlption filled with promptness und
iliipateh. First-class Jlcchanies employed all tho year lound.
BSr PINE OAltKIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY -tea
Nothing too hot or loo heavy for us. TRAM OARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLA.NTA.
TIO.N WAGONS, MULK & OX OAltTS, mado to order, altered or repaired.-,,
Our Horse Shoeing Department i
Is under the supervision of a practi al mim a mechanic second to none. Wo
have no use for soaking scalds or l ot tubs. AM w o k guaranteed.
jgp-Churgea moderate. Will MAN & WRIGHT,
08 ly 7S. 71 and 81 King Strel. s
77 and 81