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KIM DAY, Al'tJl'ST 8. I I .
. the people. Ik' hoped the item,
which only represented the pay
ment of four men, would pass..
.Mr. Bishop moved In mnkc the i
item 8700; .Mr. Hush, to innko it
82,000, and .Mr. XT. O. Smith,
Sl;800. Tlie latter, while neknow
ledgfiij; the sclf-sncrificing labors of
Mr. Clcgliorn, thouglit u more
Hystemntlo management would have
produced better results.
Mr. ItiKhop withdrew Ids amend
incntand the item carried over the
The time of the Committee having
elapsed, it rose and reported, and,
on motion of .Mr. W. O. Smith, the
c House again went into Committee of
the Whole on the Appropriation Hill,
Mr. Walker in the chair.
Kminn Square, $700. Passed.
Hawaiian Agricultural Society,
Mr. W. O. Smith moved to reduce
to 81,000, Mr. ICauealii to strike out,
Mr. Cieghorn to reduce to 81,000,
and Mr. lticlmrdson to rcduco to
82,500. 81,000 carried.
Mr. Dole moved to insert S800 for
keeping the grass on the parade
ground, Makiki .Reserve.
Mr. Kancalii, being apprised that
this was private property, objected
to contributing to the amusement of
Mr. Itichardson raised the point of
order tlint this being n new item,
could not come in until the third
reading:, whereupon the motion was
Upon the police items recom
mended by the Select Committee
coining up, Mr. Mott Smith m6vcd
they be passed en ijros.
Minister Neumann objected to
this wholesale procedure. While
the items had been carefully con
sidered, he withheld his signature as
a member of the committee to the
report becaused lie disentcd from
the majority in eeitain points. He
adverted to the lack of appropriation
for street lighting In Honolulu. At
least fifty more lights were needed.
The idea of scattering 102 or 10.'!
lamps over the magnificicnt distances
of this place and calling it lighting
Mr. Dole thought the $ 10,000 for
lights could be made to go a great
deal farther than it docs now. Citi
zens of Honolulu were accustomed
to sec lights burning at 9 o'clock in
Minister Neumann said the lights
were contracted for at so much a
Mr. Richardson moved an amend
ment to consider the report item bf
item, which carried.
Deputy Marshal of Honolulu, 8250
a month, SC.OOO. Passed.
Six police at 890 n month, 12,
0G0. Mr. Kaulukou moved that one
native police captain have 8100 a
month, the rest of the appropriation
to be disposed of later. Carried.
Mr. Kaulukou moved that one
foreign police captain have SlOOa
Mr. Kaulukou moved that five
police captains have $1)5 a month.
Mr. Kaunnmano moved an amend
ment to give the five 800 a month.
Mr. Kaac moved an amendment
that four have $80 a month.
Mr. Richardson moved an amend
ment that five have $100 a month.
The motion for five at $90 a month
each was passed.
Two police officers at S50 a month,
The item passed at SCO over the
original item and amendments for
875, and 8 05.
Two polico'olficcrs at 815 a month.
Amended to S50.
Five police officers at 8-10 a month.
Time was again called during a
heated debate upon this item.
The Committee rose and reported,
and the House adjourned until 10
o'clock, A. m., on Friday.
S S Mariposa from San Francisco
Stmr Planter from Windward ports
Stmr Lehua from Molokni and Maui
Schr Nettie Merrill from Lahaina
Schr Rainbow from Koolau
Schr Mary Foster from Kilauea
Bgtne Consuelo for San Francisco
Schr Gen Seigle for S S Islnads
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Emma for Paauhnu
Stmr .fas Makeo for Kauai
For Hamakua per Stmr C R Bishop
August7. W R Lawrence, C D
Miller, M II Renter and daughters,
Mrs, Solomona and child, J Wcle
wcle, and 25 deck.
For San Francisco per Ugtiiu Con
Hiielo Aug 8. Freguson, A Jossel,
R Leslie, Mrs Triay
From San Francisco, per Mariposa
Aug 8. Miss C Mclntyrc, Rev J II
Fairchild, Miss Nancy J Malonc,
Miss Mary F Aloxandor, Miss C
Robertson Dr J Brodio and Bride,
Miss E J Nichols, ,1 Lazarus, J C B
Ilebbard ,Rev I Goodell ,S Sclig, R
Ili'miHer, MissIIattie Downing, Miss
May Wallace, A II Smith, L K
Meyers, C S Mason, Miss Minnie
Champ, Mrs Mary Leach, E Wenz,
C I! Godenan, Rev E C Oj:g!e and
Wife, R Kuehu M D, E Rcmenvi,
I Luckstone, .Mrs M C Wlddilleid,
Miss II Cornwcll Sir J IJuck and Son,
M Van Hagcn, 31 in Steerage.
The Schr Mary Foster, arrived thU
morning fioin Kllaeim, with no freight
She has been eairylng seed cane from
NawlllwllI to Kilauea plantation.
The Gen Sclglo called thU day. She
took 120 innt of rice, C cans, of milk, 'J
cafes of coffee, 2 hags of bean coffee, 2
bags of tea, 1 cas of cigars' 2 eacs of
pain killer, anil 17 ougs of Migar.
Foreign valued 8122,7iV Domestic
valued $1)1,80. valve transhipped
The Consuelo nailed this morning for
.San FrancNeo. .She took lOoll bag of
Mignr anil 1710 pugs of rice, and valued
at X11I12 1,70.
Tho ,S S Marlpo-a left San Franeliico
Aug I. at ill. m. IIiul light southerly
and westerly winds with smooth sea to
one day of Honolulu. Thence to port
had moderate trades from K X E. From
0 days 22 liourx.
The sailing of the .las Mukcc haw been
postponed until to-morrow noon.
St Albans College rc-opens Sep
A Ciiinksk Idyl will be found on
our fourth page.
Is the Nuuanu Valley bus ever
going to run again?
Dn. J. Rrodie and bride arrived
by the Mariposa. Aloha nui.
A Roval Marionette show arrived
by the Mariposa. Now for some
Fkemdust James II. Fairchild, of
Oberlin College, arrived by the
Wr. return our thanks to Purser
Guard of the Mariposa for a late
file of papers.
S5000 lias been voted in the Legis
lature for the enlargement of the
The foundations arc being put in
for the new Police Station House on
Mn. C. S. Mason, the new Secre
tary for the Y. M. C. Association,
arrived by the Mariposa.
Rev. A. Clark, principal of the
Waiaiua Government School, gave
us a pleasant call yesterday.
The Anglican Church Synod o
1881 meets to-morrow in this city.
The session will last until Tuesday.
A Good game of baseball may be
looked for to-morrow afternoon, be
tween the Honolulus and Occnnics.
We buy for cash, and sell for
cash; therefore can, and do, sell
cheap. King Bros. 785. 3t
The Honolulu Rifles will hold a
meeting on the 2Gth inst., for the
examination of non-commissioned
His Majesty will probably be
called upon to prorogue the Legis
lative Assembly, on Saturdaj' the
There will be no band concert at
Emma Square to-morrow afternoon,
the band being engaged to play at
the recreation grounds.
An" admirer of Nota Bene has left
at this office a bottle of Simmons'
Liver Regulator, which Nota Bene
can have by calling in person.
. . .
Suakeiioldeus in tho Hawaiian
Bell Telephone Co, are notified that
a dividend of SI per share is now
payable at the Secretary's office.
Ginger Ale equal to the Belfast
at one third tho price at tho Crystal
Soda Works, Telephone, 298.
It does not take a small fortune to
have picture frames and cornices
made, if you go to King Bros.
The Rev. E. C. Oggcl, the new
Pastor for the Bethel has arrived.
An informal reception -will be ten
dered him this evening at tho Bethel
Vestry from G to 7:30 i. m. All
Edwaud Remenyi, the distinguish
ed Hungarian violinist, arrived by
the Mariposa. He brings with him
Miss Hattic Downing, soprano ; Mr.
J. Luckstonc, pianist; and Mr. R.
Himmcr, tenor. A great musical
treat is in store.
Mu. Noltc begs to inform the
ladies and the public in general that
any time they arc in the vicinity of
Wuikiki and will call in at tho Casino
they can be supplied witli Ice cream
and other refreshments. 782 lw.
Lovers of art should not fail to
visit King Bros, store on King street,
at their earliest opportunity, and J
inspect a beautiful oil painting of n
bunch of mangoes, executed by
Mrs. Josephine King, wife of the
sonior member of tho Arm. One feels
almost templed to snatch at the
luscious fruit so life-like is the
painting. The store is well stocked
with every kind of artists materials,
and visitors are nlways welcome.
' i m
Madami: Cora's second entertain
ment occurcd last evening at the
Music Hall, and was fairly attended.
The programme contained some new
tricks which were cleverly executed.
The trained dog Bounty pleased
everybody. To-morrow afternoon
Madame Cora will give a matinee
beglning at 2 o'clock, and in the
evening a final performance, when
there should be a bumper house.
Lyons and Levoy will sell to
morrow at noon, on the premises,
the dwelling house No. 192 Queen
street, lately occupied by Mrs.
Braidwood. At 7 o'clock iu the
evening they will sell at their sales
room, by Instructions from Goo
Kim, a large and valuable stock of
fancy and staple dry good9.
WILL GIVE A
Saturday Afternoon, Aug. O
For the benulU of Children ami Kn.
in I lies, ami thoie who cannot conveni
ently attend at night.
Doors open at 1.30, performance at 2.
Dress Circle, Parquet & Ualcnny
Ail lilts TSc
Gallery Adults 50c
" Children 25c
ZST Tickets for Matinee will be sold
at the Box Ofllcc only, when the doors
JCuHt INight :
The only Female Magician in the
After making n tour of the world, pro
fessionally returns to tho peoplo of
Honolulu, and will give one of her Par
lor Entertainments in tho Art of Leger.
To-morrow Evening, August 9th,
Assisted by M'te. Eugene and Mr. F. S.
Stcbcr, also Mr. Frank Elliott, the well
known and popular Iianjoist, m his
original song.- and solos.
The tialncddog Beauty will perform
Doors open at 7:20, curtain rises at S.
Prices as usual Dreis Circle & P.u
quelle, $1 ; Iltlcony, 75 c.; Gallery, 00 c.
Scats may bo s-ccured nt the ofllco of
J. E. Wiseman, on and after Monday
August 4th, at 0 a. in.
Caubiges may be ordered at 10:30.
A DIVIDEND of One Dollar per
share is payable on the shares of
the Hawaiian Bell Tulenhono Co.. at the
Secretary's Ofllcc over Bishop & Co.':
Bank. J. F. UROWN, Sec'v.
Honolulu, Aug. 7th, 188-1. 781 lw
KUM YAN KEE (Aiona) having
imulu mi assignment of all his
propenv for tho benulk of his ctcdltors,
to C. Bolto and M. Green, all persons
having claims against him aroheicby
requested to present thoirclaimsntnncc.
Aug ali pertonsdiibebud to him arc ic
quested to make immediate payment to
784 3t C. UOLTE.
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, in
the centre of town, suitable for a
young man. Addiess "Coitnge" Bulle
tin Office. tf
A SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Applv ut.No. 8 Kukul
htruut. 77H tf
FOR GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
to MRS. TURNER. 82 King Street,
nearly opposite the Windsor Restaurant,
000 ly li
qiO LET, at tho new Building No- 38
JL Alukca Street, nearly opposite the
Y. M. C- A. Building. Apply on the
premises. 725 Urn
DURING my absence from thU King
dom, Cecil Brown, Esq., will at
tend to all my legal business; and .Air.
L. O. Abies has special power in all
other business mailers lo aci for me.
J. E. WISEMAN.
General Business Aijent.
Honolulu, July SO, 1884' 777 lw
BREAK FOR SALE.
TN aOOD ORDER NEARLY NEW,
JL WITH side bar attachment for
driving two hoises, leather dashboard,
cushioned seutJ, lazy back, ifcc, pi Ice
80. Enquire W.W. DIMOND,
at J. T. Watkruol'sh King St. Store.
IIAS.ltT ItlXT.IU i) I'l It
A Largo New Stock
loti' flmitti' 9, fl
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
TO BE SOLD
CHEAP FOR GASH.
Ill FORT STREET.
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account ol i.lckmi, I want to sell
cut my BAGGAGE EXPRESS,
Two SctH I-IiirncHN,
Three Good IToihch
I am doing a good business, but lmo to
lcato the country on account of my
health. None Mil cash buycis need ap
ply. For furilur pari. culms call on C.
Hummer, cormr King and Toil sis.
77-t lm P. SMITH.
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All older for milage promptly at
tended to, at the lowest uiii-s Alfo for
White mill l!luclt Wand
in quantities to 'lilt, nt loneM price.
8. il. CAUllilt. f. V. G11A1IAM
S. M. GARTER & 00.
RbTAIL DUAM.US I.N
Goal and Feed.
Hay Mid Oats,
lo all parts of the city.
Remember, 82 King: street,
578 STAiul Telephone No. 187.
J. B.OATJr. &Co.
Dealers lu all kinds of
The I.atecst Foreign Papers always on
hand at the Gazette Block, Merchant
Street ly b
ALVIN II. RASEMANN
PAPER-RULER and BLANK-BOOK
Book Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building - . Merchant street
GUAVA WOOD CHARCOAL, in any
quantity, from 1 to 100 bugj,
FOR SALE BY
7(14 Queen Street.
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 8 Mauxakea St.
Trees and Saddles of all kinds made to
order and repairing Harness, etc., done
in 9hort notice. All orders promptly at
tended lo. . 593 ly
A T a meotii)!' of the ttockkoldors of
XX. ihc Kahulul Rnilro.id Co., limited
held at the olllcu of the Company, at
ICiilmlui, August 1, 181, the following
ollletrs were elected to hold olUcc for
one year, and until their buecc8ors aro
S. G. Wilder, President; residcuce,
V. C. Wilder, Treasurer; residenco
S. B. Rose, Secretary; residence,
And said oIIIccm lcspcctivcly accept
S. B. ROSE, Secretary,
Kahulul Railroad Co.
Kahulul, Auj. 1,1881. 7)0 lw
For Sale or Lease,
A-rtLA A LAHOi: COMFORTABLE
,ftTOKSglIOUSE, eleven rooms, each
Wfiii 'rnnlnvinc nui vrn lent closets, pan
try, bulb room, kitchen, poultry yard,
&c. AValer laid on. Four minutes
walk from Pun.ihnu College. Terms
easv. A pply to S. F. Graham, at S. M.
Cafler Co's, 82 King st, 708 lm
Building Lots For Sale.
aj!. 100 feet, ormoie, frontage
on lMiiL'hum.'Dole and Mctcalf
jSticcts. Also, 'i (Icon lots, 10j
iuui iniiuu'u mi iii'uivmwi m.,
with wiilcr rights ; thickly
coveied with Alguoba tiees. Terms
ca-y. Apply tub. F. Uruhum, atS. M.
Cuter & Co'i, W King st. 708 lm
THE " TEMPLE OF FASHION,
. Fort Si root, (Oainpbell'H Block.)
Low Prices Must Rule !
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY 7J
300 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Qualify ONLY fl 75
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY 75
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1,
Gent's Unliiundercd While Shlrle, No. t quality, at $1.25; or SID per doz.
CSTCireitt IJuiiiiiis ! (Jrent ISttiguiiiH ! Jitn ltiir;itiii !-J
A large aMirtinciit of
Boy's, Sailor Hals, in till colors, only 50 Cents.
Arrived by the last steamer one of the LargeU Invoices of
S3? oeivt'S i-iosxEifc-sr a '
Ever Imported into tin Kingdom.
ISO dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (somelhlii;? new) fciiiiiIcss and pcrfrrt
lilting, three-ply heels at "5 cts nilr
Gent's Suptr Stout British Hose, toamlcss t"pcr dozen
Gent's Cardinal Hose, silk clocked .Vs cts pair
Boy's PERCALE SHIRTS, bcalftunllly, at $1.00.
Just Receivea New Styles of Gent's Dress Suits
A Largo Assortment of
Latest Styles and
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
.Els.. Etc., Etc.
Fence Wire ami Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Taints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods,
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To uiiilui room Toi- a Larn Htork or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London. New York, and San Francisco.
All stook on hand during tho next 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting m part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Largo Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 11 LYCAN Sc Co.
.Tic-t Received ex S S Marlpoii,
Cases California Mushrooms, Wltltlakcr Starr Hams, Libby'f PK Feet Libbv's
Cooked Hams, Steci's Family Cheese, Green Mountain Mavnlo Svriin
Salt Water Cucumbers, Soiled Pig's Feet, ' '
California Pickled Roll Butter
AImi a full line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Hooker's Self Raisl.iE
lluckwlicat Floucr, Sperry'H Genesseo Flour, Hazard & Co's Indian Flour
Pettyjohn's Gem, something new. Try it. '
Island Orders solicited.
A Lane Assortment
White A Colored Matting
- KOU e.vi.i;
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cieghorn & Co's.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
7fl, 77 and 18 feSaga! 7fi 77 and 81
WHITMAN & WRIGHT, U,
(Iittto 1. .T. HOSE.)
All orders for Wheel-vehicles of every description filled with promptness ani
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed all tho year round.
ar FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -
Nothing too hot or loo heavv for us. TRAM OARS, OMNIHUSSES, PLAJiTA.
TION "WAGONS. MULE & OX CARTS, mado to order, altered or repaired.
Onr Horse Shoeing Department
Is under the uupcrvlslon of a practical man a mcchinlc second to none. "We
have no uie for soaking scalds or lot tubs. All work guaranteed.
Jf2-Clmrges moderate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
408 ly ,70. 77 and 81 Klnt; Street. '
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Plated Ware, &c., &c.
67 & 69 Hotel St
P. O. Uox 2!)7. (703
HAVING SOLD THIS DAY MY
INTEREST In the llrm of SUN
WO, No. 72, Nuuanu Street, to Alam,
w'.'m A.'.am "" all liabilities and
will collect all accounts.
Honolulu, July 10, 1881. 700 lm
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Comer King and Nuiinnu streets.
Fresh Groceries nnd Provlsionu received
by every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130, Tolophono 349.