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BISHOP & (Jo 1JAN1E11S
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exohuugo on tlio
JJiiuJt of Ciillforulu, fj. .IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. ltothschlld & Hon, Loudon
Thu Commcrolnl Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commcrolnl Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand s Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, nnd Wclllupton.
The Hunk of British Columbia, Vic
toria, n. 0., nnd Portland, Or.
Transact u General Hanking Business.
Fledged to neither Sect nor Party.
Dot MUblUhed for the benefit of nil.
MONDAY, MAY fl, 1880.
THE MINISTRY SHOULD LEAD.
Although the Legislature has ap
parently begun with a fair supply
of good nature and disposition to
settle down to business promptly,
yet there were not wanting, in the
opening deliberative sitting, symp
toms of iv repetition of the time
killing proceedings which made the
session of two years ago about
double as long as it should have
been. So far the Legislature is
again without a leading spirit to
guide and control its deliberations.
A continuance of this state of affairs
will be discreditable to the party in
power. The Government lias n
good working majority, and should
have its forces kept better in hand
than last session. On Saturday the
leader of the House was Mr. Kaai,
who fairly supplanted Mr. Kaulu
kou, the old-tini(! depredator of
precious hours, in that self-constituted
function. Who is this -Mr.
Kaai, that he is to be the guide of
the assembled wisdom of the King
dom? Outside of his own consti
tuency he was scarcely heard of in
the last election. Yet on the open
ing of Parliament he springs up,
like a. jack-in-the-box, to direct ho
deliberations of legislators, many of
them having large experience in
legislation, which ho lacks. The
Ministry should follow the practice
of other countries where members
of tlic Government sit in parliament,
and conduct and direct proceedings ;
or, being unable to do so through
lack of support or on account of
insubordination or want of discipline
among its own followers, make way
for a Government that can.
Monday, May ,'l, 1880.
The Legislative Assembly was
called to order at 10 o'clock", and
Kcv. J. "Waiamau, chaplain, deliv
ered an opening prayer.
Mr. Pcarce, Secretary, read the
minutes of last meeting, which, on
motion of Mr. Kaai, were adopted.
The President called for peti
tions, but Mr. Kaai moved that the
Chief Justice be requested to attend
and swear in members present who
had not previously been sworn in.
An amendment was moved by Mr.
Keau, and carried, that the com
mittee on credentials appointed on
Saturday examine and report on
the credentials of the new members.
Mr. Kaiinnmano, chairman of the
committee, returned the report,
finding the credentials of the fol
lowing representatives correct, viz. :
Mr. Frank Pahia, for llilo; Mr. E.
Kekoa, for Puna; Dr. .Tunics Wight,
for Kohala; Mr. L. Aholo, for
On motion the committee ofllciat
ing for a like service on Saturday
retired to solicit the attendance of
the Chief Justice for the above
Associate Justice McCulIy at
tended and administered the oath to
the three members above-named.
Mr. Knai nominated Mr. Aholo as
Vice-President, and moved a sus
pension of the rules to have him
elected by acclamation. The motion
carried, and Mr. Aholo was declared
elected Vice-President of the As
sembly. Mr. Keau suggested that the
standing committees of the house be
Mr. Kalua thought that, the rules
of 1881 having been adopted, the
house must proceed on the order of
business, unless a motion is made to
suspend the rules.
Mr. ICeau said the intention of his
' motion was to have tho rules sus
pended. The Attorney-General raised the
point of order, that rule flO provides
1 that the committees shall be ap
pointed at the commencement of a
Mr. Brown said last session rules
.were not adopted till the second
week of tho session, but now the
rides being adopted the house must
abide by thu order of business
Mr. Kuunamauo said one of the
first duties of tho President was to
appoint committees, and if he was
not rendj' with the list, then peti
tions could bo taken up.
Tin Attorney.QonerM nofcgd for
tho ruling of tho choir.
Mr. Dole supported the point of
order, saying thu appointment of
standing committees must be in
order nt any time the President was
ready. Suppose, for illustration,
the 'house refused to suspend tho
rules, then the standing committees
would never be appointed.
Tho President ruled the point
well taken, and on motion of the
Attorney-General (Mr. Uttsli object
ing that the motion was unneces
sary), the President appointed the
Foreign Mdations lions. A. S.
Cleghorn, Sam. Parker, W. I.
Castle, P. P. Kanoa, S. W. Kaai.
Finance lions. L. Aholo, Dr.
Wight, C. II. Dickey, .1. Keau, F.
Military lions. P. P. Kanoa,
G. E. Richardson, C. II. Judd,
Junius Kaac, G. W. Macfarlauc.
I'ublic Lands ami Internal Im
provement lions. S. Parker, J. 1.
i)owPett, John W. Kalua, D.TI. Xa
hfnii, Frank Pahia.
Accounts lion. F., II. llayscl
dcn, J. Kauhane, A. P. Paehaole,
Jesse Amara, E. L. Kauai.
PrhitiiHjltta. Ex. C. T. Gulick,
lions. John E. Hush, J. A. Kaukau.
Judiciary lions. J. L. Knulu
kou, J. II. S. Martin, Cecil Drown,
J. K. Katinamano, G. D. 1'aiohau.
J. K. Kauiianiano, G. D. Pnlohau,
A. Katihi, J. K. Nahnlc.
Education lions. C. 11. Dishop,
S. W. Kaai, L. A. Thurston, Asa
Kaulia, E. Kekoa.
(,'ommerce lions. G. W. Mac
farlane, S. G. Wilder, S. D. Dole,
E. K. Lilikalani, J. T. Daker.
, Jlcvition and Enrollment Their
Exs. J. O. Dominis, W. M. Gibson,
lions. II. A. Widcmanii, E. L.
Kauai, E. Kekoa.
Mr. Castle moved that the list of
committees be printed.
Mr. Aholo wanted a new commit
tee appointed on "Miscellaneous
Petitions." Sometimes a petition
conies in having reference to various
matters, putting it beyond tho scope
of nny of the present committees.
Mr. Castle thought the idea was
a good one and withdrew his motion
to allow it to be adopted.
Mr. Aholo moved a suspension of
the rules (at the Attorney-General's
suggestion), and that a new com
mittee be appointed as above. Car
ried. The Minister of Interior, on be
half of the Minister of Finance,
who was absent through illness, pre
sented tho report of the Finance
Department, printed in both lan
guages. Mr. Kalua said tho constitution
provided that the report be presented
by the Minister of Finance. Doing
presented by another Minister ho
thought the report should be re
turned. Where is the Minister of
Finance? This report will be re
fctrcd to the finance committee, but
where is the Minister who ought to
be here to answer questions? I am
very sorry to hear that the Finance
Minister is confined to his bed, yet
I think he should bo here to present
his own report.
(The Attorney-General rose to a
point of order, that . there is no
motion before the house.)
Mr. Kalua My motion is to send
back the report, i I have seen no
notice that tho Minister of Finance
has resigned and that the Minister
of Interior is performing his duties.
Mr. Aholo Hcltirn it to tho Min
ister of Interior, who presented it,
and what next? Perhaps the report
is a little late. Strictly speaking it
ought to be brought in the first day,
but the Minister of Finance was
sick I heard last night he was
dead, but am glad to see in tho
paper this morning that ho is better.
If the house has not the report be
fore it, inconvenience might be
Mr. Dush considered the motion
Mr. Kaulukou understood that
the Minister of the Interior had
said, that, "in consequence of the
illness of the Minister of Finance,"
ho presented the report. lie moved
the previous question, which car
ried, and then the motion was put
Mr. Castle renewed his motion to
hnvo the list of committees printed,
Mr. Castle moved an adjournment
of the house till 10 o'ejock to-morrow.
The motion was lost, but a
similar motion made immediately
afterwards by Mr. Aholo carried.
Hawn Opera House
Lust Night of the Subscription.
Grnnd Operatic Selection from
" THE BARBER OF SEVILLE."
Hogulnr Meeting of Ilnwnll
an lodge o 8F. A AM ,
win ho luid this i:vi:n.
ING In thilr hull, nt T 1,0
o'cIock. A full attendance U request
cd, nstlic Deputy Grand Lecturer will
be present to ii'slst. Member of Lodjio
lo I'rogrcs and visiting brethren uro
cordially invited to attend. Hy order.
It W. JOHNSON, Secretary.
1. 0. 0. F.
"T7'I8lTINO Brother II. G. PAKKEU,
T of Toronto, Ciiuuda, will give an
HARMONY LODGE, No. U, I.O.O.F,
A full iittcudiuieo l requested. Mem
ber of Excelsior Lodge nnd visiting
brothers uro cordlallv Invited.
It JNO. A. PALMEK, Seo'y.
AGIltb (German preferred) fiom 12
lo 10 yours of age, to care for two
children, and tnnkc herself generally
useful. Apply nt
318 1 w 1 1 fUEEN STKK13T.
rpilE MYUTLE BOAT Ol.UI) ball bus
X been postponed until EHIDAY tho
7th Inst., on account of the reception nt
the Palace on Thursday. Sis At
AT a special meeting of the Hawaiian
Carriage Manufnctiiiing Co. held
this day, E. (J. SPHUMAN was elected
Secretary and Treasurer In placo of
Thos. S.'Douglas resigned.
E. G. SCHUMAN.
See'ry Haw.n Carriage Manf'g Co.
Honolulu, May !lrd, lS8(i. :il8
FOB SALE JJY
j. t. ra
No. 1() Htore,
A Varied Ass'm't of Kid Gloves
Wash Doe Jersey Gloves,
Sash and other Ribbons
318 latest style.
On FItlDAY, May 7th,
At 10 a.m., ill our Salesroom, Queen St.,
we will sell nt public auction, a lot
of Household Furniture, consist
Spring Mnttrasscs, Mosquito Nets, I'll-
lows, Hnuging Lamp?, Lounge?,
Curtains and Cornices, Bureaus,
SI SEWING MACHINES,
Part of a Library of Miscellaneous
SO CANARY BIKDS,
nearly nil good singers; 1 Inrge ltangc
and Fixtures, Cook Slovc and Uten
sils, Ulrd Cages,
2 Lane Broolii Gaps.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
318 -it Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE OF
CORAL. SHELLS & CURIOS.
On SATURDAY, May 8,
At 10 a.m., nt the premises, corner of
Alakea nnd King Sts. (formerly occu
pied by the Louvre of Hrusel). we will
sell nt public auction, n lot of
Pink Coral Shells, an assoitment of
Mats, Kapas ana Curios.
Positive sale. Goods on Exhibition,
Thursday, May 0, lhtiU.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
318 5t Auctioneers
NEWEST STYLES OF
Ladies' Bazaar, 88 Fort St.
Notice to tho Public.
T E. WISEMAN, proprietor of thu
w Central Olpur Stand, on Murohnnt
sticct, begs to inform the public that bu
lias secured tho services of Mr. F.
IIILDKH, formerly at II. J, Hollo's
llestaiirant, who will tako exclusive
charge of my Clnr and Tobacco Stand,
and will endeavor to keep constantly on
hand a selection of
FINE CIGARS & TOBACCO
which, ho trusts, will bo npnicchitcd by
the general community. Orders Ironi
tho other islands will bo promptly at.
tended to. Patronize Mr, F. Hllder, who
is n thorough judge of a good smoker's
800 lm J. E. WISEMAN.
Bale by Auction, of
By order of V. N. Otremb i, I will fell
nt 1'Ubllu Auction,
On Wciluctuliiy, 3Iny 5th,
At 10 a.m., nt the new f tore adjoin
ing tint Shooting Gallery, lfort
street, a splendid iiMioitmciit of
Hint of II. M. Kiilhkntia.TIor lulu Maj
esty Queen Emmn, Kniueluimclia I.,
etc Abo, a choice lot of
WALKING CANES, etc..
Will bo on view Tuesday, May lib.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Valuable Land in
Nuuanu Valley at Auction.
On SATURDAY, May Stli,
At 1'2 o'clock, noon, at our Salesroom,
Queen sheet, wo will sell at public auc
tion, nil thiil lint) tract of Land known as
Hi of Kahapaakai,
situated In Nuuanu Valley, three miles
from King street, containing 24 78100
acte-i. Tlil laud fronts on the Nuuanu
Government lto.ul, and Is well fenced.
There me mi ibe laud
A Dwelling Kouso, Chicken House, etc.
A Mrenni of fruidi water runs through
the place. ThN oiler a delniblu
cbiiuce for Ir.vcMiiielil. Tllbt pcrficl,
terms at sale.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
315 8t Auctioneers.
Situate In Mnknunn nnd Kill:). Maul,
the propel ty of the Ette of tins late
Chillies II. Alexander, will bo sold, at
public nuctlou, In Honolulu, about the
Last o( fiflay RSext.
Tho Property consists of about
30,000 Acres of Land
In Fee Simple,
GOO head of Cattle, more or less,
4,500 head of Sheep, more or less,
2?" Maps of tin: hind can bo seen,
mid full piirtlculais obtained at llio
L. A. THURSTON,
not if 8 Merchant Street.
XIIEHEHY respectfully notify my
trienils and tho public in general,
Hint I bnvc lcniovcd my businet-s to the
Hawaiian Cnrrinpo Manufacturing Co.,
where 1 can bo tound to attend to my
customers as usual. Soliciting a con.
tlnuanee of their pniroimge, and thank,
ing thu public for pnt favors,
I am, most sincerely vours,
E. G. SCHUMAN.
Honolulu, Anrll 211, 1H8H. H12 lm
HAVING been appointed by the Su
premu Court the guardian of the
person nitd estate of JOHN RUDEI.LO,
found by the Court to bo incapable of
taking care of himself, nil persons arc
hereby warned acalnst haviuc any deal
ings with the said John ltobello, and all
parlies having any claims against him
at u hereby untitled to present the s mo
to J. Hyman, and nil partle- owing the
mid John Rnbcllo arc icquesled to
settle with J. Hyinaii afnrcfnid.
M. A. GONSALVES,
Honolulu, April 20, 18S0. 313 lm
TMIE uiidrrsljrned. bavinc been duly
X nppoin ed Administrator of (he
Estalo of AL1U (ch ), late of Honolulu,
deceased, notice is hereby i;ivcu to all
persons lo present their claims against
thu Estate of raid Alio, nindo up to
March 20, 188ft, duly authenticated
whether secured by mortgage or other
wise, to J. F. Hnckfeld, at tho oflleo of
II. Ilackfcld it Co., Queen street, Hono
lulu, within six mouths from tho date
heienf, or they will lie foiever barred,
and nil persons indebted to said Estate
aro hereby requested to make immediate
payment thereof to tho said .1. T. Hack,
feld. .1 F. IIACKKEM),
Adm'lors of tho Estate of Allu. dee'd.
Honolulu, April 13, 18811. ill? fit
EING fully convinced Hint
seventh day of tho week Is not thu
truo Sabbath, which wo arc commanded
to obseivu 'and keep, I shall,' on and
after tho llrsl day of May, 18SD, run tho
misiucis at tho
as usual, on Saturdays, until 11 r.M,,nnd
continue- to tell thu best of every kind
of Liquors as hcietotore, not using ns
nil inducement to pnlui oil' liquors nt an
inferior quality, tho blandishments of
lioston Climi Chowder and olhur dell,
encics niauiilactured in a second rate
Thanking- friends and tho public gen
erally fwr past favors, and Imping for a
continuance of the sumo.
F. L. LESLIE,
Mnnnger Hoyal Saloon.
t3T Tho finest ENGLISH ALE, on
draught, 10 cents o glass, iced. 317 2w
fcil .?'.. - . . ' V" '.'. i "..?', .l,.....-CSa . tV.'lMitifcl : l'.ii,A.(.C l i ,M .'... ,,i
. OAS3 &. WILDER,
lMl'OTlTEItR AND DEAU'HS IN
Staslc mi Mcy Groceries, Mite ni Provisions,
ISo. ."-2 ITorl; Htrcel, Honolulu, II. I.
IICO TO CU.l. AT1KNT10S TO, AND I.NV1TK Till: INBIT.CTION OF THRIIl
Extensive & Varied Stock of Fresh Goods.
The quality and vnrleiy of our Ice House Delicacies aie unsurpassed (If
equalled), by other deilcrs.
Tublu Luxuries and Ui'llcanici of every description.
Evaporated, Peeled and Pitted Fruits, 'Nuts and Rulslns.
"Woodlawn Dairy Butter in 1-lb. Bricks, G5 conts each; FreBh
Island Butter, at 50 conts per lb.
Sole Agents for Anchor Flour, a tlrst grndo Flour for family use.
Oats, Barley, Bran, Wheat and Corn, at Inwo-t nmrKet rules
mr guaranieu jroc with every artluie xdd, for Quality, Correct Wcieht and
Tiie minutest euro exercised in accurately executing all otders. Should
any mistake occur in spite of this,
Goods will bo Exchanged or Money Refunded.
Dally delivcrle to nil p.irls of the City and Wnlklkl; Island Orders solicited and
JST P. O. liox 4fi. IJoi'h Telephones, 1i!0. -tSSj
JUST OPENED UP,
Jersey Ytfaists from $2 to $8;
Jersey Cloths in all Shades;
Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, the latest Styles;
Ornaments, All-Over Lace,
And a Fine Line of Trunks,
TEW1FLE OF FASHION,
Ol tint! :
Wo aie pleased lo announce the arrival of our immense Inigo Invoice of
Ely Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, Elon,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and aro now oll'ctlng unprecedented and unrivalled Burgalns in nil ourdeparlm'ts.
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very tine Victoria Lnwn at $3 apiece, 10 yards; n very
largo assortment of new Spring eyles In Lawns, 4-4 liatiste, Sateens, plain
figured and brocaded, white IMquo and a full line of Dres Goodt, Ibe latcbtout.
X-ia.ee 33onele, Ijadie' Tricot Olotli
in all tho new shades; 40 doz Ladies Lislo Thread Hose at 40 cents,
the best value ever offered.
Just received, all tho latest styles in Hoys and Children's Suits; Great Bargains,
Boys Dluo Flanel Sailor Hulls at $a.fiO a Suit. Just received, direct from
which we oiler nt
ClieseM'oiili Mufacturii Company's
ViihcIIiiu I'uie, .
VaNcltno Cnmrilioi' Ice,
Vnnelluo Colli Cream,
ViiNt-llno Ilulr Oil,
VuMelluo Hewlnc llttclitiie Olt.
Hollister & Co.,
P.O. BOX 315.
&eneial Business Agent.
HghI Estate Aueui,
Avlhlei's Sleamship Agent,
Great Utiiliiigton Hallroad Agent
y. .Tfr..TTTr,rc "iforj -Wm
Of. JC. MUL,!DJRm,
ir - oit StrotU.
& CO., Proprietors.
109 Fort Street.
I-Ionoliilit, II. I.
Custom House Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opoia House,
Fire and Llfellusurauco Agent,
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