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SATURDAY, JULY 12, 18b-J.
spent. Ito would move the item
pass at 15,000.
- .Minister Gulick said ho would like
to see n Judicious Appropriation.
Tho various sums proposed by the
llouse would not be suilicicut to
finish the work on 'Alnkea and
Mr. Kaulukou moved the item
pass at Sa0,000.
On the various motions being put
to tho House tho item dually passed
The next item for road tax $110,
000 was passed.
Improvement" Oahu Prison S50,
000. In explanation of the above item,
Minister Gulick said, it was intended
to establish workhouses with com
partments for a class of criminals it
was not advisable to send out in
tile streets. The prison was built in
1854, and the requirements have
greatly increased. Willi the changed
class of prisoners it requires better
cells and more frequent watches. The
Sanitary arrangements have to be
entirely remodelled and enlarged.
Also the Jail yard should be made
larger. The improvements can be
made large or small. The employ
ment of prisoners inside the walls is
a new experiment in the country and
can only be tried.
Mr. Isenberg said, when he was
atLahaina, he saw an empty jail
there. Why couldn't it be used?
Mr. W. O. Smith moved the item
be referred to a Special Committee.
If we only knew where the money
was to come from, I would sec the
improvements carried out. The
Lahaina jail is a very good one, and
the expense of living would be less
Mr. Palohau said, I am opposed
' to making any appropriation for I
see that the expenses arc $18,000
more than the receipts. I am in
favor of the motion to use the jail at
The motion to refer the item to a
Select Committee was carried.
Purchase of Honolulu Hale and
Lcahi $30,900 passed.
New Government buildings and
Mr. W. O. Smith moved that the
item be changed to $10,000, and
read for "repairs to buildings."
Mr. Kanealii move the item bo
referred to a Special Committee.
The Committee rose and tho Pre
sident appointed the following gentle-
men on the Special Committee:
Messrs Rowell, W. O. Smith, S. G.
Wilder, Minister Gulick and Mr.
The House adjourned at 4.45
Saturday, July 12.
) The House met at 10 A. ar.
After prayer by the Chaplain, the
minutes of the preceding day were
read and adopted.
Mr. Aholo reported from Select
Committee on a bill relating to the
sale of spirituous liquors to women
and minors, that the same bo laid
on table. A minority report from
the same Committee asks that tho
bill pass. Mr. Hitchcock moved
the two reports be laid on table to
bo considered with the bill.
Mr. Kalua said it was not right
for women and children to be in
Mr. Dole paid the women and the
children are the hope of the nation,
let us protect them. " Ho hoped the
minority report would be accepted
by the House and laid on table to
be considered wifh the bill.
Tho reports wore laid on table to
ho considered with other bills of a
Mr. Kalua said he introduced a
resolution on the 47th day of tho
session, asking the Ministers to
state their policy with regard to
increasing the revenues of the
country. Up to tho present time he
had not received any answer.
Minister Gibson said the resolu
tion was proper and should be
responded to. Perhaps now was
the time the Ministers views should
bo given, before proceeding any
further with the appropriation bill.
With regard to tho bill, wo havu not
deemed it necessary to insert extra
ordinary measures, only ordinary
requirements. Wo come to discuss
tho matter of immigration and it
w.'W thought necessary to borrow
money to carry on this matter. My
colleague the Minister of tho In
terior has presented a list of extra
ordinary measures. These must
have swelled the appropriation bill.
As in times past appropriation bills
have been swelled by the introduc
tion of extraordinary measures.
They are admitted as desirable. It
must not be said we are shirking
duty, no matter how these measures
are brought forward, the Assembly
is ultimately responsible for them.
We thought immigration could be
carried on to the amount of $700,000
and other enterprises at $1,500,00.
There should bo mutual obligation
in consulting together these meas
ures. It is not desirable to carry
out these enterprises if we have no
means. There in only one policy,
how shall we provide for immigra
tion and other important measures
if the members do not authorize the
Ministers to borrow money? If the
times are so changed we arc not to
borrow any more money, there is
an end to it. If the Nobles and
Representatives think these enter
prises are of value and money must be
borrowed, we can do it. Notwith
standing the hard times, an increase
of laborers would be a very desirable
way to invest money, even if we had
to borrow it. Then there are roads,
buildings, hospitals, which are all
needed and money invested in that
direction would be very desirable.
We propose to recommend to this
Assembly an amendation of tiie Loan
Act. I hope to lay before the House
a full and explicit answer to the
resolution on Monday next.
Mr. Aholo offered u resolution
that the date for the presentation of
resolutions, bills, etc. J be extended
until July 17th.
Mr. Nawahi moved the time be
extended to July 31st.
The motion for July 17th was
Mr. Aholo read, first time, a bill
relating to the Hawaiian Endowment
Association. The -object and pur
pose of the bill is to establish a
lottery. Among tho names mentioned
for directors are: Dr. Trousseau,
Messrs. J. M. Davidson and John
Cummins of Honolulu, Chas. Wil
liams, New Yorjc aud J. S. Robert
son, San Francisco. The capital is
placed at $2,000,000.
Mr. Dole moved the bill be
rejected. I do not know who is the
father of tho bill, nor I do not want
to I thought at first it was intro
duced b' the members to raise
money for their appropriations, if so
I shall move its title be changed to a
bill, " to incorporate a national
bank." If we go on as we have
been for the past two years, we may
come to this. We are. not hero to
legalize gambling. By and bye, we
shall have to legalize some of their
dishonest measures. Let us strangle
this thing before it is born.
Mr. Aholo said, as. the introduced
of the bill be did not have much to
say, but hoped it would have a fair
consideration. They have lotteries
on the European Continent. The o
is a good deal of gambling on the
sly in this city. I hope it will not
be rejected but pass its usual course
and be considered section by section.
Ayes and noes were taken as
Noes Gibson, Gulick, Kapena,
Ncumann,Dominis, Kuihelani, Bush,
Kaae, Kanoa, Kaulukou, Keau, Lili
kalani, Baker, P. Brown, Amara,
Kaulia, Aholo, Kamakcle, Gardner,
Nahinu, Kaunamano, Palohau, Ku-
pihea, Nakalcka. Total 24.
Ayes Bishop, Wilder, Isenberg,
Dowsett, Mott Smith, Judd,
Widemann, Walker, Macfarlano
Kalua, Kanealii, W. O. Smith, Na
wahi, Hitchcock, Kauwila, Kauhane,
Pilipo, G. Brown, Dole. Total-20.
The bill passed to second reading.
Mr. Kcau offered a resolution that
the pay of the Iirpreter and Sec
retary be increased to twelve dollars
aud a half per day during tho ses
sion. Mr. W. O. Smith said he was
ashamed at tho repeated attempts to
incrcaso the pay. Ho move the bill
be indefinitely postponed. Carried.
Mr. Bishop read first time a bill
relating to the remission of tuition
fees in Government schools. Passed
to second reading.
Mr. Dole gave notice of bills to
amend Sections 1137 and 1280 of
the Civil Code relating to witnesses
nnd juries in Civil cases.
Mr. W. O. Smith read first time
a bill to recover the possession of
personal property. Passed to second
Minister Kapontt gave notice of
bills to idemnify the Minister of
Finance, to authoriso a national
loan, nnd for the payment of salaries
and expenses (luring tho pending of
the passage of the appropriation bill.
At 12 :50 tho House took a rcces3
until 2 o'clock.
LOCAL &. GENERAL MEWS.
. Hat, Towel and Clothes Racks,
very cheap at Iving Bros. 7G0 31
A LAiior. stock of Picture and
Cornice Mouldings new styles, at
King Bios. 7G0 31.
Ki:anu found guilty of murder at
Kohala wil .probaly receive his sen
tence on Monday morning.
Kouit offices to let, well lighted
and ventilated over the I. X. L.
store, corner Nuuanu and Queen
streets. GDI tf
The Rev. II. W. Rico of Ohio will
preach at the Bethel church to-morrow
Dn I lagan will leave by the Mari
posa for a visit to liis homo in Amer
ica. ! - ' - "
Tun S.S. Maiiposa will leave on
Tuesday next at noon.
Oim account of the examination
and closing exorcises of St Alban's
College is unadvoidably held over
Oi'u notice of the meeting held
last evening at the Y. M. C. A. Hall
on the currency question is held over
until Monday for lack of space.
. -- ' '
A youno native boy was out yes
terday afternoon watching his mother
catch fish in the Makaaho stream.
He fell in unnoticed by the parent
and was drowned. The body was
recovered and taken home.
Many of our readers will remember
Shermans Circus which exhibited in
our cit' a shoit time ago. Mr John
Sherman, the proprietor, who was
unwell when he left here, died June
19th at his homo in Marliniz.
Tin: advertiser says this morning
that Mr. Gibson moved to adjourn
the meeting of the chamber of com
merce' last night. Mr. Gibson was
not present. The organ also makes
Mr. Wilder saj' that he would sup
port the ministry. What he did say,
was, that he had no confidence in
the ministry but would support any
reasonable appropriations which they
EMMA SQUARE COM CERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square, this afternoon, at 4.30. The
following is the programme :
Overture Romilda Meyerbeer
Finale Rigolctto Verdi
Polka Midnight '. Strauss
Selection Traviata Verdi
Waltz Skaters Waldtcufcl
Quadrille Fun of the Fair. . .. Willlami
Tf P. KENNEDY 1ms Ihib day re.
i tired from the Arm of Kennedy
& Co. Tho business will be continued
by Ms. F. E. Lewis under the name and
stylo of Lewis & (Jo. who ossumes all
liabilities of the said film.
July 3, 1884. 702 3t
AT tho Whirligig, this Saturday
niornitig, a Gold Locket, with gold
dollar, C-ccnt pieoo, and piece of chain
nttiichcd, TJio owner o:in have tho same
by paying expense nnd applying to S.
ALLING; Fowler's Yard. 702 It
A DIVIDEND of Four Dollurs per
J. shnrc Swill bo paid to the stock,
holders of Wiltler.s Steamship Co., limi
ted, on Wednesda-, July 10th. 1884, at
the oliico of the Company.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
Honolulu, Suly 12, 1881, 702 at
I I'll I u
To be given by
H.R.K. Princess Liliuokalanf
For the benefit or Waikiki Church,
This Saturday. Evon'g, July 12
Opening Chorus Walklkl Choir
Violin to Organ Iloyman & Merger
Omu-tettc Jennie the Wild Flower of
the Lea Ilul a ke Alii
Solo Waiolohla Pil Oplo
Solo & Chorus He Mnkaua ko Aloha
Mallhiul Glco Club
Clarlonclto Solo Lulsa (Beresoe) . . .
D. K. Naone
Duetto Fair Jcanetto '
. . . .Mlaes Annie, Louise and Minnie
Quai tettoe Kawalklni
Keakaokalanl and party
Chorus Waiklkl Choir
' I'AKT II.
Ononis Walkikl Choir
Violin & Piano Iloyman & Merger
Quartette Twinkling Stars
Ilul a ko Alii
Solo It Was a Dream . .Mr. J. MoGuhe
Solo & Choius Llliuoiiamoku
Malihinl Gleo Club
Solo Ka Ua l'opo Kapa o Nuuanu..
Chirionetto Solo Norma (Bellini)...
D. K. Niinnc
Duetto-Gentle Sighs the Brec.o
. . . .Mh-sos Aunlu, LoiiImi and Minnie
Quai lotto lam Di earning
Keakaokalanl and Party
Chorus" Waiklkl Choir
Doors open at 7. Concert com
mences at 8.
To-night at Kawaiahao Church
will bo given a grand musical enter
tainment for the benillt of the Wai
kiki Church. By reference to our
advertising columns it will bo seen
a fine programme has been prepared.
This will probably be the last time
Mr. Henry Hoy man will appear in
At Fort St. Church tomonow
evening, a public farewell service
will be held in view of the departure
during the coining week of Rev. A.
A. Logan and wife, and Miss A. A.
Palmer for their field of missionary
labor in Micronesia. Rev. Mr. Logan
will give a free lecture on the Mort
lock Isands and Reck ; their people,
language, customs, and mode of life.
The lecture will lie illustrated by
blackwood maps, and will be interest
ing to all. The public are cordially
invited to attend.
Tin: Sprcckelsvillc bo3's were pre
sented with a gigantic bat upon
their return last fall, after their
double defeat by the Honolulu Club
They think, however, that the Hono
lulu boys have now become entitled
to the left handed championship,
and that with a bat 0 feet long and
a foot wide tho boys will lie able to
strike Wall's pitching ; they have,
therefore, forwarded tho bat, and it
was this morning presented to the
Honolulus, with a speech by the
Orphan. The bat is on exhibition,
ALL perseus having bills against
the Fourth of July Committee arc
reqicstid to present the same for
pigment at the olllee ot A. J. Cait
w right, on or tmforc Thmsday, 17th
July, 18S1, at 12 noon.
By older of
700 lw ''COMMITTEE.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
SIS' The favonje hgtnc
W. G. Irwin
Turner, - Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
W. G. Irwin & Co., Agents.
ALVJN II. RASEMANN
PAPElUtULEU and BLANK-BOOK
Book Rinding of all deseription neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building - - Merchant street
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
From and after July loth, all par.
ties who are in arrears for moio
than two months telephone rental
will ho liable to have their conucc.
tion with the Central Office cut oil'.
N. B. All lentals are due this
Company as per agrcement,-quartcr.
ly in advance.
' J. F. BROWN, ,
701 Cw Sec. II. 15. T. Co.
A Large Assortment
- fou paw:
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorrip Co's.
nno LET. at the now Builduisr No- 3S
X Alakca Street, nearly opposite the
Y. M. C- A. Building. ' Appi,
...: - r ..
7011 GLNTLLMEN ONLY'. Apply
J to MRS. TURNER. 82 Kinj Struct,
nenrjv opposite tho Windsor Restaurant,
0D0 ly h
m a FOUR FINE BUILDING
"vp LOTS at Piiuuhoii, Honolulu,
KSSSs3 lying betw eoh tho t remises of
Mr. B. F. Dillingham and Mo&sis. Gra.
luini and Foster. Two of there lots have
each a fi outage of 100 fret on Iterctnnia
Street ami a depth of IiOO feet, and tww
have ouch u frontage of 102. 7 feat on
Bingham Strict ami a depth of 270 feet.
These four lots adjoin each other and
ho sold either soparatcly or as a
Apply to .r. M. MONSARRAT,
087 ff No. 27 Merchant Street.
TIE " TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
03 Fort Street, (Campbell's Block.)
350 BO I'd LINEN SUITS, Best Quulitv ONLY $1 75
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY 1 75
3.-.0 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 75
75 doz. Gent's Porcale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
G cnt's Unlaundeicd "White Shirts, No. 1 quality, at l.tl1!; or;612 per doz.
CST&irciit HSiu'gniiiH ! Wrcut Itiu'guiuH ! (iinuit Bargain !"
A large assortment of
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Cents.
Arrived by the last steamer one ot the Largest Invoices of
Ever imported into this Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect
fitting, thrcr-ply heels nt 25 cts pair
Gent's Super Stout British Hose, toamless $4 per dozen
Gent's Cardinal Hose, silk closked 25 cts pair
Boy's PERCALE SHIRTS, best quality, at $1.00.
Just Received New Styles of Gent's Dress Slits
A Lmgc Assortment of
B3?8 O-ent's Boots and feBlioes, "
Latest Styles and Lowest Prices.
DULIffGHAM & Co. .
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House FurnishiiiR' Goods,
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
Toiinalcc room for ti IJarsc Wtock of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Francisco.
All stook on hand during the next 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeonsj Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OP MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Laigo Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lni LYO-A-IST Ac Co.
Family tors, - -.
Cases California Mushrooms, Wlnttakcr Starr Hams, Lihby'f Pig's Feet, I
uuuKuu minis, oiucra riuiuiy uiiixsu, urccn mountain maypic oj'rup,
Salt Water Cucumbers, Soused Pig's Feet,
California Pickled Roll Butter.
Also a full line of STAPLE AND FANOY GROCERIES. Hecker's Self Raising
Buckwheat Floucr, Sperry'a Genessec Flour, Hazard & Co's Indian Flour,
Pettyjohn's Gem, something new. Try it.
Island Orders solicited.
BY A LADY, A SITUATION TO
DO LIGHT House "Work or to
lake care of Ohildien.
Y a lesDcetahle Girl fGermnn-PAO-
J tCblanO u situation in a private
family, after August 1st, to assist in
light housework and make herself use
ful. Is a good plain cook, ironcr, and
dressmaker, and kind to children as go
vernors. A good and pormanont homo
an object. Addics-t E. A. thlu otllco.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 11 and 18 lp
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(lal o t. .T. KOBE.)
All orders for Whool.vchlclos of every description tilled with promptness and
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed all tho year round.
jeer FINE OAUltlAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -ia
Nothing too hot or too heavy for us. TRAM CARS, O.MNIBUSSES, PLANTA
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, made to order, altered or ropalrcd.
Our Horse Shoeing' Department
la under the supervision of n practical man a mechanic second to none. Wo
have no uso for soaking scalds or rot tubs. All work guaranteed.
SarOhurgos meliorate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
408 fv 75. 77 aud 81 Klne Street.
Must Rule !'
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fluted Ware, &c, &c.
kknnpdy & cc.)
- 67 ft 69" Hotel tt
ex S S Mariposa,
P. O. Box 297.
HAVING SOLD THIS DAY MY
INTEREST in tho Arm of 8UN
WO, No. 72, Nuuanu Street, to Alam,
said Alam assumes all liabilities and
vlll collect all accounts.
Honolulu, July 10, 1881. 700 lm
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King and iNuuanu streets.
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by ovcry Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, , Tclophono 349.
75, IVlana 81