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TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1881.
was 10:1)0 before tho minutes were
rjtul mid adopted.
Mr. G. Brown from Select Com-,
mlttec reported on the bill to promote
mail communication between Ha
waii and San Francisco, that thu
same be laid on tabic. . The bill calls
for a subsidy of S'JG.OOO to be paid
t'lo Oceanic Steamship Co. for the
present biennial period, but thu
Committee cannot recommend 11113
such amount to be paid, as the
country cannot afford it. No stipu
lations arc made in the bill as to
whether the passenger and freight
rates will remain the same.
Mr. Kichardson moved that tlte
report be accepted, printed and
made special order of tl.e day for
President Uliodi-s staled he had
received a communication from Her
Majesty Queen Emma, inviting the
Nobles and Rcjpu'seiitutivc- to a
picnic at her "Waikiki resilience this
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mr. Itowell moved the secretary
lie- requested to return thanks to
Her Majesty for the invitation.
Mr. Dole gave notice of a bill to
amend several suctions of Chapter
48 laws of 1882, relating to tlc
assessment of taxes. Also, to pro
hibit fireworks. The Hon. member'
also read first time a bill to facilitate
the collection of taxes. On suspen
sion of the rules the bill whs read
a second time by its title and made
special order of the day for Satur
day. Minister Neumann read first time
a bill to prohibit the smoking of
opium. Read a second time by its
title and referred to Judiciary Com.
Mr. Hitchcock gave notiic of a
bill to amend Section 72 of the Chi1
Code relating to hotels.
Mr. "W. O. Smith offered a reso
lution that the Minister of Interior
state the amount of road tax le
ceived in the district of Hanalei,
Kauai, and also the amount expended
in the same district for the past
biennial period. Carried.
Mr. Nawahi, a resolution that
whereas the former Minister of the
Interior sold unlawfully certain leases
of water rights and government lands
to Clans Sprcckels for 30 years at
500 per annum, the present Minis
ter of the Intel ior be ordered to
.refund any sums which may have
been paid for the above privileges,
and he give proper notice as required
by law for the .-ale of such leases.
Mr. Kaunamano offered as an
amendment that the Minister of In
terior furnish a li-t of all lands
leased or sold illegally.
Mr. Nawahi withdrew his resolu
tion and substituted for it, the
following: that the Minister pre
sent a list of all lauds lease.l or sold
without giving public notice of the
same as required by law. Carried.
Mr. Keau read first time a bill to
appropriate a salary of 5100 a month
for one Niagara who assMs Dr.
Fitch at the dispensary. The bill
was indefinitely postponed.
Lilikalani introdtieeil a reso-
lution that the Sergeaitt-at-arms lie
instructed to furnish carriages for
the members of the House to attend
the picnic given by Her Majesty
Mr. Dole moved the resolution be
indefinitely postponed. He thought
every member could afford to pay
for a carriage or go out on the bus.
lie would as soon support a resolu
tion to supply each member with u
stove pipe hat and a pair of gloves
to attend the party this evening.
The resolution was indoOnitly post
poned. Minister Neumann road first time
n bill relating to the. police justice of
Honolulu. Read a second lime by
its title and referred to Judiciary
Minister Neumnnn gave notice of
a bill to amend sections of chapter
49 session laws 1880, and til.-u -sections
of chapter 2) laws of 1878 re
lating to railroads.
Mr. Rowell asked leave of abscenee
until Monday. Granted.
At 12.10, the House adjourned
until 10 o'clock Tuesday morning.
Fouit olllces to let", well lighted
and ventilated over the I. X. L.
otore, c'oncr Nuunuu and Queen
streets. G!)1 "
SUN, r.00M AND SEA.
All tlmo from noou of to-day, July 8
Situ Set4 .. 0 1u
Sun Rises 17 25.
Moon UNes 7 10.
lilirh Tide (hwao) I 00.
High Tide (otiiull) lOliQ.
WIND AMI WKATI 11111
llecoi-a from noon of jestmiliiy:
UhoilTuvcl Thermometer Itiiln.
I Ih ' 1 ml 1 'k 11 211 I oh I lsh II to lsii
I su.12 1 mis I :ui.i2 n tuo ;; :ro 0.00
Wlml, N.12., fioflli; bky, fnlr; Hen, consider
Diamond llwul, July R, 3 pin.
Light N.E. wind.
S. S. Mariposa from S. F.
Stmr Kinau for windward ports
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Schr Haleakala for Repeekco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr C II Bishop for Ilamakua
Schr Leahi for Koholalelc
For windward ports pe.i Planter,
"July 7. W Iliggins & wife, J Frost,
M r Young & wife, P Kahauanui,
G McLean and wife, W E Dean, V
For Kahului per Kilauea Hon,
Suly 7. 1) I) Haake & wife, Cfrpt.
Hobron. Master E Rcckwith, Master
For Molokai & Maui per Lehua,
July 7. Mrs D McCorriston and
child, Miss M L McCorriston, Dr.
G L Fitch, Mrs D II Nahinu.
From S. F. per Mariposa, July 8.
Clans Sprckcls, Mrs. J B Castle,
Mrs. II Bergcr 4 children & nurse,
J II Sopor wife and 2 children, Miss
Theodore Larkin, D Logan wife and
2 children, Paul Isenburg. JBAthor
ton wife and child, W Y Horner,
Miss May Horner, Miss Sadie Horner,
Henry Cornwell, A Ilaueburg, Rev.
W II Rice, II L Dodge, and l'J in
The S. S. Mariposa Capl. II MJIoward,
arrived this morning, 0 days and 10
hours from S. F. with 1)50 tons of freight.
The. new Morning Star is reported to
be all ready eeiled and will bcatUoston
by the 10 of September.
The Klikit.it began discharging this
morning at the Esplanade.
The Excelsior is docked near the P.
M. S. S. wharf.
The S. S. City of Pails will sail on
Saturday next for Singapore for order.
After the Kahuiii had got fairly on her
way yesterday Capt. Dovell discovered
he laid no charts and had to return for
Ehe Dieovcry arrived at San Fran
cisco, .June 20. 10 davj from this port.
The S S BelfKoek' sailed from S.LF.
June 20 for Liverpool.
The Consuelo arrived at S. F. June 18
18 days from this port.
The bktnc Eureka Capt. Lee, sailed
from S. P. June 12 tor Honolulu via
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Full moon to-nigh1.
Cor.. Glaus Sprcckels arrived by
Two Chinese prisoners have es
caped and are still at large.
IIox. Paul Isenburg returned from
from tho Coast by tho Mariposa.
.Aim its' Materials, Pine and Ebo
ny Easels, at King Bros. 757 'it.
Oil Paintings by Foreign and Lo
cal A'itist-, at King Bios. 757 St.
Wi: re!ret to learn that the Hon.
A. S. Cleghoni is seriously ill.
Pl'hsi'U MoLean of.thc Mariposa
has resigned. Mr. R. T. Guard now
fills his place.
Tin: Rev. W. II. Rice of Ohio,
brother of Mrs. Dr. Whitney arrived
by the Mariposa.
Mk Clans .Sprcckels was piesent
during the session of the hcgislntivi
Assembly this morning, in company
with Gov. Dominis.
Tun Legislative Assembly ad-
'jiittrned shortly after noon until 10
o'clock to-morrow morning.
A cAiiiXGUAM rccoived by the
Mariposa from London contains the
news of the death of Mr. F. T.
SiiAunuoi.or.its of the Inter Island
Navigation Co. are notified that a
dividend of Five dollars per share
will bo paid on the 10th inst. nt the
olllec on the Esplanade.
Tin: following is clipped from a
Liverpool paper. " Natuub. We
are not aware that "the King of
the Sandwich Islands offeis induce
ments to young Englishmen to go
over there and many native girls."
A saluti: of 12 guns was fired this
noon from tho Swedish frigate
Vanadis in honor of the birth of a
son to the Crown Prince of Sweden
and Norway, oldest brother of II. R.
II. Princo Oscar nt present in Hono
lulu. The mews was received by tho
Evuuy member of Honolulu Yacht
and boat club is requested to attend
the regular meeting to-morrow night
at 'Mechanics Engine room No 2. at
7:30 o'clock sharp.
Tin: D. C. Murray sailed from
San Francisco for Honolulu June
27th. She has on board sixteen head
of jerseys and twenty-one horses,
including otic stallion valued at
S4000 for Mr. Cornwell.
Tun "Mariposa arrived at 7 o'clock
this morning with dates to the 1st
inst. Amongst the passengers we
no'icc: Mrs II Bergcr and family,
.Mrs J. B. Castle, J. B. Athcrton &
wife, and Henry Cornwell.
Tun steamer building at Port
Blakely by the Hall Brothers for the
Hawaiian islands, will be launched
on or about the 25th i 1st. She will
be named the James G. Blaine and
lias a largo pine cone at the end of
her bowsprit. X. ''. tV,.
Hun Majesty Queen Dowaycr
Emma is giving a party this after
noon at her Waikiki residence in
honor of II. R. H. Prince Oscar.
As we go to press a large number of
our prominent residents are going
out to partake of this most estimable
Tin: funeral of the late Mr. Le
Favor took place from St. Andrew's
Cathedral yesterday' afternoon, and
was largely altemled. The Royal
Hawaiian B ind, 'Honolulu Rifles and
10 members of tho King's Guard
joined in the procession. Alter the
usual service at the eemcteiy, tliiee
volleys weie fired over the grave.
Missus Kennedy and Co. have re
ceived this day by the Mariposa,
fresh California fruits and vegetables
such as apricots, plums, peaches,
red currants, celery, rhubarb, cu
cumbers and also salmon, in the
Miuest condition. You had better
call early or else all tlic.c good things
will be gone.
Caitain I lay ward, late master of
the Pacific Coast Steamship Com
pany's steamer Gmnue IT- Filler,
has been appointed to the command
of the Oceanic Steamship Company's
steamer Jlluriposu, and will sail on
July 1st. Captain Golding, who has
been in charge of the Jlaripotti for
the past two trips, resumes His duties
as mate on the vessel. S F. Viru
Tin: beautiful life size oil painting
of Right Rev. the Bishop of Olba,
is on exhibition at Lycan & Co.
The first striking point observed in
this work is the true likeness to life
noticeable in every one of the
artists' portraits. Wo firmly believe
this to bo the best specimen of
artistic skill, harmonious coloring,
faithfulness and correctness in de
tails, boldness of lights and shades
ever, exhibited by Mr. Ilassel.nan.
We learned lately from Belgian
papers that this gentloman obtained
a first class gold medal for painting
and drawing in the Riy.il Ac.uIj nie
of Antwerp and several other
honorable distinctions in Brussels
and Paris. Lovers of art should
not fail to visit the above mentioned
place. The painting i3 an enlarge
ment of a oabine, photograph from
the gallery of J. Wdiia ns & Co.
The Malihini Club Concert was
given before a largo audience, and
the programme fully carried out,
fiving excellent satisfaction. The
church was beautifully decorated
with flags and evergreens. H's
Majesty the King, II. R. II. Liliu-
okalani, II. R. IL Princo Oscar and
Princo Giovanni were present.
WHECK OF 1 HE BGTaE. MORNINC STAR
Mil. W. W. Hall -has icceivd a
telegram from Capt. Garland dated
Hongkong, June 21, stating that tho
ligtiio. Morning Star wai lost at
Kusn.il, and is a total wreck Capt.
Garland reports, all bauds safe and
on their way to Califodnia by the
S. S. Oceanic.
Misa Josophiuo Porter, eldest
daughter of Air. ami Mis. J. K.
Porter, has lat'y coihplaineil of
crump in the btoniach. I ler mother
has given her several doses of laud
anum in order to relieve tho pain.
Yesterday afternoon, tlio young lady
was suffering great pain and helped
herself to the laudanum, but unfor
tunittolr took too much. About 4
o'clock lur room was isited and as
she appeared to bo quietly sleeping
was left alone. A little while after
on trying to awake her, it was found
tho body was lifeless. A doctor
was immediately sent for, but he
could do nothing, she having passed
away sometime before his arrival.
Death was caused by an oveidose of
Ql'i:i:kstown, June 18th. The
steamship America made the trip
from New York in six days and four
teen hours, beating the best previous
rcord by two hours.
Toulon. June 20. It is reported
there were eight deaths from cholera
yesterday. The authorities are
sparing no effort to minimize the
1 It EN'U O "F,E I'Oi.LIH
I er Hiall w.ll I e imi 1 o Hie S'm e
Ho del a of ibu lniei-I .and Sic. 111 N ivi
gntion C), on the 10 h in t., nt ilu-ir
olll'i' on fc'spliinade.
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'IMIE MAMBEUS F THE roO
X LU1.U nuit mid boil Cut) sin
hereby li" ille 1 thai Hie ic:ju a iiiuuiu!
will ml e n iico ill eebanie.'s Engine
Unom. 011 Wcdno d iy evi ning, July Mill,
at i:au .-iiarp.
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A itol attundii ce w ie.
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L'APElMUIi.KK nil BLANK-HOOK
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Hook Bin ling of nil dc-cr'p ion 11 atly
a'lii 1 r.ni t y exi-cuti'ii.
Gazette Bi.ildirg - - Mi rjliiuit street
Wolfe &, Edwards
Grocery and Ford Stcr;,
Corner Ki lg and Nun n 1 1 1 ccts.
F.esh Gioie iomnd Provisions recuhed
b: evci'3 S earner.
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349.
A Lapp Assflrtmejit
White & Colored Mailing
- KOIt fam
At tlie lowest Prices
at A. 3. Ckghor.i & Co'r.
Turni i cd Roo ns.
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c fin c lioiiBu. &: PoasmMon given
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A-'SjS l.D'I'Snt I'u nlioii Lltnnliili.
RwSaS Ivini'lM'.iwteiuli.: rod
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Im in and F i ur, Two nl' ho o lot-lmv
cidia fioiilngc of 100 f it on i mrliiiii
M irl tiiul a i jit of ..0(l cot, ii'idlw.
'live u it'll n tion'ig of 10U 7 o'ti
15 nsr nun Sir. 1 1 ninT depi ! v7"i fi'i-i
These four lo s udjoia eatli thor and
v. ill be told citliet o,mraiul or a n
'Apply t" M. NOVSAMHAT,
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coiitrncied on le alf of Hio Ha
Miiiii'i li n I will 1 o re i'Kiilo I r p.ild
ink?.s oKkrid liv tlio iridor June I.
J.SO. '. DOMlNIfi,
Governor of Onhu.
DU' lN'G my ubsi'ii-o rioin Uili King
tl ui, Mi. S. Dm oi will a l f.ji
me nu 0' lull power f nt om v-
E. II. TMACIIER.
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dm nl too nllfoe ol' Oictlinfc Oo'ike, on
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75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
Ojnt'j Unlnuiidciul White SI irt, No. 1 quality, at 1 2"i; orSlS pp.r doz.
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A hug as orttncal of
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Gents.
, Anivcd by tl c 'as-. 3te m t o ie of tlu LargeU I no'ces of A
' -33? O-EjTJC'S HOSIERY &&
JJor Im) o ted into tins K ngdoni.
180 dozen Gent's Sla'cr Slocking' ( o nothing now) seamless and perfect
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jim KecBiveci new mm
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Latest Stylos and
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tT-ITtaJ ,- -.r-rVJKS
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a speeialty.
Paints, Vtirnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing- Goods, Plated Ware, &c., &c.
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Selling at Cost for 30 Bays I
To maUo rom for n Iir;e Htozk ofj
New Goods to
From London, New Yo;k, ami San Fancisc o. w
All stock on hand during the next 30 days will be sold for cash,
corisi. t'ng in pnrt o!
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitarr,
AXD A'L KINDS OP MUSI3 GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromoi?,
And a Lingo Variety fof Fincy Goods.
725 lm ' LYCAN Ac Co.
K-iiiST Up Telephone S40.
Tt-lepl onolNo. 240.
ER3NEDY & CO.
P. O. Rox 237.
No. 67 and G9 Hotel S'r.ot
Just Received per Mariposa, July 8.
Fresh California Fruits and Vegetables, on ice.
Apricots, Plums, Peachas, Red CurrantB,
Cucumbers, Rhubarb, Celery, Artichokes, anl Salmon,
.All in Initio Ooiiilition.
;i(Ih Sold Low, and delivered Free of Charge to all partH or city.
. - ..I i . ii i";i;'iii'iii'i7.7m;i";,i""7i7
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and 18 )S
create M. a. ROSE.)
All orders for Wheol.vohicbs of overy description tilled with promptness an
di jpatfili. Fim-clius Jleclmnics employed all the year round.
06T FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY, -m
Notlims too hot or ton hoiw Tor u. TRA.U CARS, O.MNIBUSSES, PLANTS
TION WAGONS, MULfi & OX OAUTS, mndo toordcr, altered or repaired
Our Horse Shooing Department
Is under tho supervision of a pr.ictlral man a mechanic second to none. "Wo
have no iwi for soaking scalds or rot tuus. All work guaranteed.
$ClrorBc: moderate, WHITMAN & WRIGflT, s
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liel mlilv. at SI.OO. M
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bi IiBMs uress nuts
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ca.Jii.i-i. i3Jixtc3'a,5 2ii
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75, 77 and 81
to, i ruu q limp ircci,