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Iho Madras all air. I should con
gratulate the Hawaiian Government
if it could evade the payment of the
Steamers charges. If the Attorney
General had looked closer in to the
matter he would have found out the
vessel was not quarantined at all,
therefore, Ihcy could not collect a
cent for quarantine, only for keeping
order. Aiewcto support n Minis
try that goes on waltzing down the
biennial period, contracting damages.
The Board of Health's action in re
gard to lepers lias been in the highest
degree shameful. In this matter
we don't take outside reports, but
refer to their own icport; u doctor
can be proem cd to go to Kalawao
in fifteen minutes, and the Minis
ter knows it. He lias left that
poor settlement to die and rot for
the want of n physician. lie is
playing with his Coronation, South
Sea and Foreign Missio'no, while the
poor people are forgotten, and those
are our iiiends, brothers and rela
tives. It was one of his strong
points, before he came into ollice,
that he would look after the Ha
waiiaus. lie can's no more for the
health of his people than he does for
the niggers of Africa. These pro
fessions were only a stepping stone,
once up he didn't care. He says to
day he loves the Hawaiians, but it
te the voice of Jacob and the hand
of Esau. He was elected by a large
constituency, and elected on prin
ciples he has never carried out. He
says he has done his best. God
help us for the next two years. He
has absorbed into his hand as many
as six offices. If these principles
are carried on His Majesty will be
reduced to a South Sea Island chief.
No Representative wants to see
things carried on for the next two
ycatsasin the past. Not a man in
the Assembly who does not hold an
office bus said a word in favor of
the Ministry. I would ask for the
President's ruling, under Section
42, whether the Ministers can
Presiden Rhodes said the section
was very ambiguous, but we shall
have to follow the practice of the
English parliament, and that is, that
the Ministers can vote.
The Ayes and Noes then taken,
on motion to indefinitely postpone
the resolution as follows :
Ayes. Gibson, Gulick, Kapcna,
Neumann, Parker, Kuihelani, Bush,
Kaac, Kanoa, Walker, Maefarlane,
Kaulukou, Keau, Lilikalani, Baker,
Amara, Kaulia, Aholo, Kamakele,
Gardner, Nahinu, Kauuamano, Palo
hau, Kupihea and Nakaleka. Total
Noes. Bishop, "Wilder, Dowsett,
Mott Smith, Judd, Widemann, J. H.
Martin, F. Brown, C. Brown, Kalua,
Richardson, Kanealii, "W. O. Smith,
Nawahi, Hitchcock, Kauwila, Kan
hane, Filipo, G. Brown, Dole and
Rowell. Total 21.
The House adjourned a few
minutes before 7 o'clock.
I am commended Oy their Majesties
the King and Queen to express their
heartfelt thanks to the Ladies and Gen
tlemen who so kindly assisted in the
various entertainments given on Thuis
day, Friday, and Saturday last, for the
benefit of tho lepers, and also that the
bum realbed at these entertainments far
exceeded their Majesties expectations.
CHARLES II. JUDD.
II. M.'s Chamberlain.
June 30th 18S1.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, June GO
Sun Sets g 10.
Sun Rises -
Moon Sets J-
High Tide (small) 10 00.
High Tide (large) 2 J 00.
WXl AND WEATHEIt
KecorU from noon of yesterday:
Barometer Thoniiometor Itain.
I in ttuiri wii II an on I lsniitoisn
I 3U.0U I 30.07 1 .50.03 B20 70 o j 73 li 0.22
Wind, n.N.U., ficsli; blcy, hazy with
showers; Hen, moderate.
Diamond Head, Juno 28, 3 p.m
Lislit N.E. wind.
II. I. M. Corvette Voltor Pisani
Stmr C R Bibhop from Ilamuktta
Schr Marion from Wnimca
Schr Nettie Merill from Lahaina
Schr Jennio from Nawiliwili
Bkino Mount Lebanon for Hongkong
Bk Amy Turner for Hongkong
Simr Lehua for Molokai Maui
Slmr Kilauea Hon for Kahului
Bk Kalakaua for S-iu Francisco
Rtmr Likelike for windward ports
Schr Luka for Koholalcle
Schr Ehukai fot Waialua
Schr Malolo for Hilo
Schr Kamoi for Laupahoehoo
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kinau for windward ports
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr C R Bishop for Ilamakua
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
S. S. Alameda for S. F.
Schr Emma for Ileeia
Schr Caterina for Hanalci
From windward ports per Kinau,
June 28. Miss Bunker, Mr Rce,
Miss S Nicoll, G Hitchcock, T Man,
J Glifillan, S L Austin, P S Davis,
Miss K Davis, GM Howell, Misslhi,
II Weber, F M Butler, MrsMashkc,
Rev. G "Wallace, Rev. G S Mead,
Z Kalai, Miss Grimes, F M Fisher,
F P Hastings, W Cottrell, Achi,
T W Oakshott and son, R J Allen jr.,
Miss M Thompson, W II Cummins,
wife and child, Dr. F B Carpenter,
and wife, and 141 deck.
Passengers are booked to leave by
the Alameda, Jas Campbell wife and
family, Miss Nicoll, Miss Bunker.
R W Irvin, Mrs A McGuire, Miss E
W Whitney, Mrs L C Abies, Miss
A Baldwin, Madame Zeitska and
daughter. J D Roberts, Z K Meyers,
Miss S King, Miss M Hartwell, Jas.
Tildcn, F Coutolenc, F Bagot, Dr.
Stmr Kinau brought 91 G bugs of sugar,
117 sheep, and 2 horses.
Schr Ehukai brought 1400 bapjs paddy,
1000 oranges and 20 hogs.
Schr Caterina brought 400 bags sugar,
and 200 bags of rice.
Stmr O K Bishop brought G514 bags
sugar, and 83 hides.
Schr Marion brought 702 bags sugar.
Schr Nettie Merill brought 230 bags
sugar, and 100 bbls molasses.
The Lahaina Mill has finished grind
ing for the season.
The Amy Turner sailed this P. M., for
Hongkong with 303 Chinese passengers,
1200 eases of keiosene oil, 77 tons coal,
30 mats of rice, and 7 cases of samshoo.
The Mount Lebanon sailed for Hong
kong this r. m., with 159 Chinese.
The bark Kalakaua sailed this p. si.,
for S. F. She took 487G bags of sugar,
520 bags rice, 222 bbls molasses. Totai
domestic value 30000. Passengers for
S. F. Jas. Henry.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Lots of old lumber on Emma St.
wants to be removed.
Tun concert by the Malihini Glee
Club on Saturday evening netted
the sum of $300..
Entkiks for the boat race on the
Fourth of July can be made at the
store of Messrs. J. M. Oat & Co.
Tin: musical and dramatic enter
tainment on Saturday evening
realized $400 for the leper fund.
Foun offices to let, well lighted
and ventilated over the I. X. L.
store, corner Nuuanu and Queen
etreets. 691 tf
Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell
will leave on the steamer Aalameda
to-morrow for a trip around the
w m 9 ..... -
Jin. Gr.o. Bowskk look passage
by the Bktne. W. II. Ditnond on
Sunday last, for Han Francisco via.
By request of many of our citizens
the Malihini Glee Club will give
another concert next Saturday even
ing. "Me and Webb is all right," said
the fat boy of the Foreign Office as
the Legislature passed their salaries
The mail by the S. S. Alameda
will close at the "Post-office to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock. A late
letter bag will bo kept open until
, . -o
The Revs. George Wallace and
G. S. Mead returned by the Kinau
from n trip to the Volcano. They
express themselves as delighted
with what they have seen.
. ' a. ' "-
Since the printing of tho pro
grammes for the 4 of July, at Ford's
Point, arrangements have been made
for a walking, match, distance live
miles, open to all. First prize, Cham
pion Belt of the Hawaiian Islands;
second prize, pair of walking shoes.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play in Emma
Square, this evening, at 7:80. The
following is the programme :
Ovciture Fra Diavolo Auher
Duet Ttoithndour Verdi
Wall. In the -Twilight. ... , -.Cooto
Medley Kcmous of the Night.. .Kivicro
Selection U.'llb of Conieville.Planquet
Uavalina All it. Mubk Pediotli
Dance Sty i ian IColer Bela
Malanai! Hawaii Ponoi.
A dividend of $10 per share will
be paid on the stock of the Grove
Ranch Plantation at the Bank of
Bishop & Co. to-day.
CAPTAIN Tl?DMASS PEN CE R
Died on Saturday morning at tho
age af 72. The deceased came her
about 1810 and commenced business
as a Ship Chandler, which he carried
on for many years. He afterwards
moved to Hilo, and at the time of
his death held the position of United
States Consular Agent at that place.
The funeral took place yesterday
afternoon from tho Hawaiian Hotel,
the Rev. J. A. Cruzan officiating.
Their Majesties the King and Queen,
Gov. Dominis, Minister Daggett and
a large number of our prominent
citizens attended. When the pro
cession arrived at the cemetery, the
Royal Hawaiian Band played a dirge
and at the conclusion of the services
played the "Sweet bye and bye."
The Consular ilags and the flags on
the vessels in the harbor were dis
played at half mast.
Will give another
By lcqucst of iho Citizens
On Saturday Even'g, July 5th,
Tickets 1.00; 75 cts; 50 ots, & 25 cts,
to ho had at J. E. Wkeman's.
1776 Fourth of July ! 1884
Tie Day We Celebrate !
"Rally Round the Flag, Boys;
Rally Once Again!"
From the Size of a Five Cent
Pice and up.
Badges for the 4th of July.
JUST HECEIVJD EX ALAMEDA
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
FOR SALE BY
J. M. Oat Jr. & Co.
25 Mci chant St., Gazette Block.
Ualcr the auspices of
Alp LoAp 1. 0. B. T.
Ford's Point, Pearl River.
Steamers will leave the Esplanado
Foot of Fort Sirpci,
At 7:30, 9.30 and 11 a.m.
Returning The llr.it boat leave Ford's
Point at 4 p. in.
The Royal Hawaiian Band
will he in attendance.
Refreshments can be had on the ground.
Ticket, for the lound trip, adults $1 :.10
children 50 centB.
Tickets may ho had fiom J. M. O.it
Jr., T. G. Thrum, Mis.Liek, u d mem
bers of tho Committee.
For Progiamme of Sports see Ncw.s
Coiuiiilttcn of Arrangements:
N. P. BURGESS,
J. W. MoMJIRE, Sr.
J A McGUIRR,
ilHS L. DICKSON.
MIIS. N, F. J1URGE5S,
MISS F. LA.OK.
Cottage to Let,
THREE ROOMS, cook hou-e.
idath hou'-o, Ac Apply ot 100
SQuecii st. 74 y lw
r10 LET, five minntuft walk from the
X Pobt-Olllcc. Jjiitjuiro at
787 tf J. M. OAT, Jr., & Co.
JULY 4th, 1884.
Grand Ocean Excursion !
A VINU LOT or
Second Growth Ash and Oak
Tor Side at lowest market rates.
Also a complete stock of
Carriage & Wagon Material
coustautly kept on Innd, and
All accounts duo 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,
rpiIE MAIL by the
Will close at the Post Olllcc,
At 10 a.m., Tuesday,
July 1st, 1884.
A ".LATE LETTER BAG" will be
kept open till 11 00., a.m. to receive
latcleucis, on which an additional leu
of Five Cents each letter mu'-t be paid.
Pur&ous mailing coircspondence on
the morning of the steamer's departure,
are n quested to stamp all letters before
II M WUTNFA-.P.MG.
Pest Office, Hoi o ilu, JuueJJSth. leal.
AI.VIN II. RASEMANN
PAPER-KULER and BLANK-BOOK
Book Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building - - Merchant street
Grocory and Fe3d Store,
Corner King and Nuuanu stiects.
Fresh Groceries and Provisions icceived
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349.
My patrons and tlicpnhlic gcn6
mlly aie hen by notified that I
have told all of my stock in
trade and geneial business in
tuiesls in ilic-e Islands to Mr.
N. S. SACK"', who will l.cic.
after conduct the geneial Fancy
Dry Goods and Milllneiy Busi
ness, at the old stand 10-lFoit
ttrcet I bespeak for my suc
cessor the s.itnu bourn) patron,
ago hithuito e.Mendcd to me.
All claims aga-in-t mo will he
assumed by Mr. Sar h and all
sir o'MinN due mc mubi be paid
to Mr. Sachs.
fA. M. MELLIS.
Honolulu, Juno 1-, lbh-1. 74l2.v
i Lane Assortment
- FOR PALE
At tho Lowost Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Go's.
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
H. Cavcnagli, a Propricior.
At all houiri.
Oyators, Celery, Salmon, and Frait
Received by every steamer. 001
A"W A AT 1MJ i II OU. A NEW
BlSSS famllv.and Ave minutes walk
fiom the ScLojI Buildings. Terms mo.
derate. Addnj-flBox 123, Post Office.
i 741 fit
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
wo the undei signed haojnp.
pointed Keau (k) of Knkanko, as a Luna
over the Fisheries of Kaaknukukui aid
Kohololoa, leased by us fiom B. Pauahl
Bishop and Dowsett and Sumner. Any
penwu or persons who are found ilshing
o; tiospassing will be pioseeuted accord.
Ing to law.
Slgnel, LI MING & Co.
Honolulu. Juno HP1. 1831. 7ft0 3w
Govuu.NOu'a Okkiof, Hono-
I.UI.U, Sent. 21, l'.l. f
NOTICE Is hoiehy given ihat nodehlf,
contiiicted on boli.df of tho Ha
waiian lunl JU bo ronignlod or paid
ink'SS oulurcd by the u iduislgnu 1.
J .NO. O, DOMI.MB,
.Governor of Oahn.
We & Colored Mato
THE " TEMPLE
63 Fori Street, (Campbell's Block.)
350 BOY'S LIKLN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 75
350 HOY'S L1NLN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 75
3C0 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Ikst Quality ONLY $1 75
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
Gent's Unhumdcrtd White Shiits, No. 1 quality, at $1.25 ; or 912 per doz.
EErGi'cut Itai'gninH ! Great Bargains ! Grout IturgnixiK 11231
A large assortment of
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only 50 CcntSt
Ai lived by the last stci-nur one o the Largest Invoices of
rSr 0-EHrrJ?' I-IOSIEKY
Ever imjo led into tins Kingdom.
ISO dozen Gent'a Slater Stockings (-o nothing now) seamless and perfect
lining, lliicc-ply heels at 23 cts pair
Gent's Supir Stout British Ilou1, so mile s $4. per dozen
GuntS Cnidiuul Hose, silk c ojkod 25 cts pair
Boy's PERCALE SHIRTS, bc,l quality, at $1.00.
Just icHiM Net Styles of Gent's Dress Suits
A Lirgc Ast o tnicnt of
3? O-eixt-'sfJ JSoo-fcs and. Shoes, "S
Latest Styles and Lowest Prices.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days I
To ratike rsoin for a Ijarsc Htok of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
JFiom Lo idon, New Yo 1;, and San Francisco.
All stock on hand during tho next 30'days will be sold for cash,
coisi t ng in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, (Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS CF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chroinos,
And a Laige Vaiisty of Fancy Goods.
725 lm X-TSTO-AJ Sc Co.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dillingham Steel Plo vs, Pence Wire, Staples,
Kerosene OH, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
Ring" Up Telephone G40.
V, (). Box !i,.7. Tik-pl oae No. 240.
KEiWEDY St. CO., ; -
No. 67 and GO Hotel Street Honolulu,
Just Received per
J IJ 11 J. Ill U 11 1 UUU1
Aull lit ST'iiic Ooiiditloii.
Oooitu Sold Ijoiv. and lellvure(t ITreo of Clinvcc to nil parts or city.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, H and 18
. v. inj..ir.
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
iLuto r. ., hose.)
All orders for Wheol-veliielea of every description tilled with promptness anu
disji'itch. Flri't'Ola'JH Mechanics employed all the year round,
nsr FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY, -a
Nothinj,' too hot or too heavy for m. TRAM CARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANTA
TION WAGONS, MUhE & OX CARTS, made to order, altered or repaired.
Our llorso Shoeing: Depurtnicnt
h uiuhu' tin s-upui vUlon of a ir.icii al man a mccliuuio second to none. 7o
have wo u-o for soaking scalds or tot tubs. A'l vo k guaranteed.
Mp-Olmrgo mofloratc. Will I'M AN & WRIGHT,
103 ly 75. 77 anjSl King Stroet'.
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WARE, &c., &c, &e.
Alameda, June 23
75, 77 and 81