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Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
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And their ngonts in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HOMO KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Hothschlld & Son, London
"Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial ) Bank Co, of Sjduey,
The Bank of New Zealand: Aueklaud,
Clirlstclmrch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
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Bnt cBtabllthtd for the benefit cf all,
TUESDAY, MAY -I, 188G.
1 Tumday, May -Itli.
The Legislative Assembly opened
at 10 o'clock with prayer by Mov.
Secretary 1'carco lent! the ininutos
of yesterday's session, which wero
confirmed, after verbal corrections
nt the instance of Minister Neumann
and Noble Dominis.
Rep. Kaai presented n petition
signed by 41 residents of liana,
praying for an appropriation of
$10,000 for improvements of the
roads in that district. Referred to
'"Committee on Public Lands and
Also, from residents of Hana,
that the pay of the mail carrier in'
that district be increased. Referred
t to the Finance Committee.
Rep. Kekoa presented a petition
from Puna, praying that the act
, for mitigating the evils arising from
prostitution be repealed. Refeircd
- to Sanitary Committee.
Also, from Puna, that 82,400 be
appropriated for the encouragement
and assistance of the English school
at Puna. Referred to the Education
Also, fiom Puna, that the pay of
the mail catricr between Ililo and
Kau be increased to $30 a week.
Referred to Finance Committee.
Also, from Puna, that" 8100,000
be appropriated for purchasing
lauds offered at auction. Referred
to Committee on Public Lands and
, Internal Improvements.
Also, from Puna, that the separ
ation of lepers and taking them
away from their friends to Molokai
bc stopped, and that they be taken
care of by their friends. l?ef cried
to Sanitary Committee.
Also, from Puna, for $5,000 to
improvo the roads in that district.
Referred to Committee on Public
MLuiuls and Internal Improvements.
' Also, from Puna, for an appro
priation of $3,000 for a landing at
Kauloloa. Referred to same com
mittee as the last.
Mr. Pachaolc piesentcd a petition
from the District of Molokai, pray
ing for an appropriation of $2,000
for building a wharf atPukoo. Jlc-
ferred to same committee as last-
Minister Gulick reported from the
Printing Committee, presenting the
' house with lists of Committees and
of Members of the Legislative As
sembly. Also, read a letter from Minister
Kapena, stating that the Appropria
tion Bill for tho biennial period end
ing March 31st, 1888, would be
presented at an early day.
Minister Gibson read the follow
ing notice of a bill. (For this pur
pose the rules were suspended, on
motion of Minister Neumann, tho
chair having sustained a point of
"4ordcr raised by Rep. Dole, that only
simple notice of a bill by its title
could bo given) :
Hon. J. S. Wai.ki:u, President of
Legislative Assembly :
Mr. President, My colleague
the Minister of Finance in the Bud-
get which he has laid before the
house has shown that the estimated
revenues of the country aio quite
sufllcient to meet the current expen
ditures of the Government. There
arc, however, expenditures of an
exceptional chaiacter, which, as His
Majesty lias intimated in his speech
at the opening of tho session, ought
to bo undertaken becauso thoy aie
well calculated to promote tho best
interests of the nation, but which
arc of such magnitude, and will
yield results of such a permanent
character, that it is neither expe
dient nor jeasonablo to attempt to
provide for them out of tho ordinary
current receipts of the Treasury,
The advantages to be gained by
entering upon tlicso expenditures
arc not for the picscnt period only,
but for all futuio time, and it is
only just and equitable that tho
biudcn of providing for them should
lie shared with us by those who will
benefit from them hci eaf ter. This
js a course pursued by all enlight
ened governments, nm! tbo question
rrhlob tho houjo is pitted to eon
feider is whether tho enterprises I
have spoken of arc of such value to
the general interests of the commu
nity as to warrant tho employment
of tho credit of tho nation in carry
ing them out.
Tho Government submits for the
consideration of Honorable Mcm
beis the following measures as desir
able to promote the advancement
and general welfare of the country,
and as proper to be provided for by
a loan, viz. :
Wutoiwoiks for Honolulu :0O,000
Sewerage for Honolulu 100,000
Diedglng Honolulu harbor.... f0,000
Bonds audbildgcs 70,000
The provision for these several
proposed expenditures by means of
a loan will necessitate fresh legisla
tion, and I have now the honor to
give notico that I will, on an early
day, introduce it Loan Act to pro
vide for Immigration and for cer
tain works of Internal Improve
ments. Walter M. Giuson,
Minister of Foreign Affairs and
Aliiolani Hale, May 4, 188G.
Minister Neumann gave notice
that he would introduce the follow
An net to regulate the currency ;
an act to amend sec. 1 of chap. 37,
Penal Code, relating to vagabonds,
idle and disorderly persons ; an act
to amend chap. 35, Penal Code, re
lating to the Loid's Day, commonly
called Sunday; an act supplementary
to the Penal Code, relating to gam
ing ; an act to regulate appeals from
Police and District Justices' Courts ;
an act relating to escheats ; an act
to license paw nbrokcrs ; an act to
amend sec. 1 of the law of 18G5 to
facilitate the recovery of rents ; an
act to amend sec. 1 of chap. 21,
laws of 1881, relating to challonges
Rep. Kcau gave notice of a reso
lution that the Minister of Interior
be requested to supply all members
of this Assembly with law books
the Civil and Penal Codes and Ses
Rep. Kalua suppoited tho resolu
tion, provided the books were kept
locked up for use at next session.
Ho wanted to know what Mr. Keau
had done witli the books provided
him at the former session. Perhaps
he had given them to some of his
runners. He claimed that book3
given members in this way were not
their own piopcrty, but that of their
constituents. He moved in amend
ment that the books be piovided,
but kept there for use of the next
Rep. Dickey moved in amend
ment that the books be given to
members who desiro them, to keep
till tho end of the session.
Rep. Kcau protested against the
imputations of the member for La
haina, and was willing that his
motion should be amended by the
Assembly in any way it deemed
After some discussion on a point
of order, Rep. Dickey's amendment
was, catricd. Minister Gulick in
cidentally informed the house that
some of the books in question were
out of print.
Rep. Kaulukou gave notico of an
act to authorize a loan of $2,500,
000 to build a railway to run from
Ililo to Kukuihacle, through the
District of Hainakua, Hawaii.
Rep. Richardson gave notice of
acts to amend chap. 47, being an act
to repeal chapter 10, Civil Code,
l elating to the Board of Education;
to amend sees. 18-23 of act regulat
ing the sale of intoxicating liquors,
the same being chap. 44 of the laws
Rep. Dickoy gave notice of an
act providing for the erection of
frame buildings, so as to prevent
disastrous conflagrations, not only
in Honolulu but in other towns of
the kingdom; also, an act to amend
an act relating to stamp duties
passed in 1770.
Minister Gulick gave notice of
acts as follow : relating to the limit
in the city of Honolulu in which
fireproof buildings alone will be
permitted ; a general copyright law ;
to prevent the destruction of, or
building upon, the streets, highways
and sidewalks of the city of Hono
lulu and the towns of Ililo, Lahaina
and Wailuku; relating to water
rates in tho city of Honolulu; to
regulate the building of fires within
the city of Honolulu.
Rep. Lilikalani gave notice of an
act to amend sees. 1, 3, 4, 7, 8 of
an act to authorize plantation man
agers to distil spirituous liquors,
passed, 13th July, 1874.
Rep. Kcau gave notice of an act
to make the olllco of registrar of
conveyances a separate bureau;,
also, an act to prohibit Chinamen
fiom marrying Hawaiian women
unless thoy givo assurances of re
maining In this Kingdom.
Rep. Kaulukou gave notice of
lesolution making an appropriation
of $35,000 for the expenses of this
facssion of the Assembly. He also
moved a suspension of the rules to
liavo a bill to that effect pass to
second reading immediately.
Rop. Aholo did not see that there
was any necessity for haste in the
Tho motion w8 put nnd carried.
Rop, Jgalmt movpd tho bill bo ro?
feired to tho Finance Committeo.
He saw l)y the Financo Minister's
report that there was only $0,174.85
in tho treasury at the close of last
period, and this resolution asked for
Rep. Kaulukou moved in amend
ment that tho bill bo engrossed, and
read n third timo to-monow.
Rep. Richardson supported tho
amendment, which was carried.
Rep. Castle gave notico of resolu
tion that all bills, after passing first
reading, shall be printed and distri
buted to membeis before going to
second reading. He contended that
n bill woithy of second reading was
woithy of printing for the proper
information of the house.
Tho table being clear, tho Assem
bly adjourned till 10 o'clock to
HP11I3 morning, from Fort Bt. Shoot.
JL ing Gallcrv, n small Australian
PARROT; body, shite color, with red
about the neck. Tim tinder will bo
suitably rewarded on returning same to
the (10 tf) SHOOTING OALLfiltY.
Under the auspices of the Houolulu
Library and Bending Rotom.
Do ant fall to hear
PROF. HORATIO G. PARKER,
of Trinity College, Toronto,
Select Classic and Humorous Programme
Tuesday Evcn'g, May 11th,
at 8 o'clock.
ADMISSION" $1. Tickets and pro.
gramme:! at J. M. Oat, Jr., Co.'s.
WEDNESDAY, May 5th,
ut 11 o'clock, a.m., I will' tell at public
auction, at ray Salesrooms, n lino of
Fine Fresh Groceries
just landed, ex bnrk Forest Queen,
8 Dose, Brooms,
1 c Hams, 10 cs nsstd.'Brcnd, 1 c Coffee,
4 bxs Raisins, 20 lines Middlings,
20 c Muccaronl and Vermicelli,
CO sks Old Potatoes, i5 crnti now do.,
03 sks Bran, 1 c Bneon, 2 c Salmon,
2 c Cheese, 1 sk Salt, 10 sks Corn,
80 qr. Sks. Flour,
2 c Lard, 1 c Baking Powder,
1 chest line Tea, ,
1 sk Coffee, 3 c Corn Meal,
All of the above of the U'bt quality, and
will bo sold without reserve.
(2TTEMMS CASH. -a
J. LYONS, Anct'r..
Sale by Auction, of
Ily order of V. N. Otrcmba, I will sell
ut I'ublio Auction,
On "Wednesday, May 5th,
At 10 a.m., at the now store adjoin
ing tho Shooting Gallery, Fort
ftrcct, a splendid atsortment of
Busts of II. M. Kalakaua, Her late Maj
esty Queen Emma, Kamchumchu I.,
etc. Also, a choice lot of
WALKING CANES, etc.,
Will be on view Tuesday, May 4th.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
317 3t Auctioneer.
FINE COLUMBIA RIVER
S AJL1MCOTV !
Just received, per Zcalan
diu, and fot sale by
33. P. ADAMS & CO.,
310 Queen Strcof. lm
FOR SALE BY
J. T. MOUSE, at
No. lO Store,
A Varied Ass'm't of Kid Glovos
Wash Doe Jeisey Gloves,
Sash and other Ribbons
318 latest Htyles.
TAI WO CO, the well-known Shot,
makers, formerly of 35 Nuuanu
street, have moved their establishment
To No. 85.on tho same- Street,
whero they will contlnuo to make shoes
to order ut well as ever, and will be
pleased to reccivo their patrons.
A GOOD 1IAICEU, who Understand
his business thoroughly. Must
bo a strictly sober man. To such, a
good homo and slendv work will be
given. Apply at HOUN'S Btoam Candy
Factory nnd Bakery. 810
AT rUJIMO AUCTION OP
'lite undersigned, assignee of the
bankrupt Estate of E. O. ltnwo, a vilun
tury bankrupt, will oiler for sale at
On THURSDAY, May Otli,
AT 12 M., ON THK ritEMIBEB,
All thoe Picinlscs situated at Manlni
Vlueyaid, and near the Nuuami Ave
nue, in Honolulu, together with the
Buildings thereon, being the same pre
mises now occupied by the said E. (.'.
Itowc. The picinlscs aio In good or
der and aio situated In a good locality
and containing -10-100 of an Acic,
The land on which said houe are
situated Is leased laud, and the lease is
for 30 years fiom the 1st day of August,
A. 1). 1883. The giound rent Is 8180
per annum, payable quarterly. All
tiixe nnd assessments and the water
into to bo paid by tho lessee, and all
lmpioNcmctitt to l evert at tho expira
tion of tho term to tho lessors.
Also, at 11 a.m. of the same day and
nt the same place, the following
Articles of Furniture
which are In good order, will bo
sold, namely :
1 Hep. Mahogany Set, G pieces; 1
Ccntie Table, 1 Maible-top side Table,
1 corner Stand, 1 11 W Maible-top Bed
room Set, 7 pieces; 1 11 W Extension
Dlnlmr Table. 7 Chairs. 1 Stoc. 1
Table. 1 Ice Chest, 1 Safe, 1 Canlagc,
Hanging Lamps and Tablo Lamps.
The house 40x30: theie aie (1 looms,
kitchen and bath house; 'and the build
ings with the Improvements cost 87,
000. The buildings weio erected In
The terms of the bale aro CatJi and
the Deeds aie at the expense of the pur
chaser. JBSy The premises and the buildings
can be examined on application at any
time to E. C. Howe. W. C. PAKKE,
Assignee of the Estate of E. C. Howe.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
310 2t Auctioneers.
- On FRIDAY, May 7tliJ
At 10 a.m., at our Salesroom, Queen St.,
we will sell at public auction, a lot
of Household Furniture, consist
Spring Muttrussce, Moqulto Nets, Pil-
lows, Hanging Lamps, Lounges,
Curtains and Cornices, Bureaus,
2 SEWING MACHINES,
Part of a Library of Miscellaneous
0 CANARY BIRDS,
nemlynll good singers j 1 large llange
ami Fixturci1, Cook Stove and Uicn-
sils, Blid Cnges,
2 Large smfliu Cases.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
318 -U Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE OF
CORAL, SHELLS & CURIOS.
On SATURDAY, May 8,
At 10 a.m., at the premises, corner of
Alalua and King Sts. (tormorly occu
pied by the Lomro of Brussels), we will
sell ut public auction, a lot of
Pink Coral Shells, on asioitment of
Mats, Kapas ana Curios.
Posltho fale. Uoods on Exhibition,
Thursday, Slay 0, lhSO.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
BlR fit Audio necrs
Valuable Land in
Nuuanu Valley at Auction.
On SATUltDAY, May 8tli,
At 12 o'clock, noon, at our Saleroom,
Queeu street, we will sell at public auc
tion, all that lino truct of Land known un
Hi of Kahapaakai,
situated In Nuuanu Valley, throe miles
from King street, containing 21 78100
acres. This laud fronts on tho Nuuanu
Government Road, and is well fenced.
There are on the land
A Dwelling Houso, Chicken House, etc.
A stream of fresh water runs through
tho place. This offers a desirable
clmnco for lneslinent. Title perfect;
terms at u)e. t 4
E. P. ADAMS &' CO!,
31fi 8t Auctioneers.
illEUEHY reiicctfullv notify my
friends and tiie public In general,
that I have removed my business to tho
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co,,
wheiu lean lm louiid to attend to my
customers as umiuI. Soliciting a con
tlnuancoof their patronage, and thuuk.
lug tho publio for past favors,
I am, mnst sincerely vours,
. E. G. SCI1UMAN.
Honolulu, April 20, 1880, 813 lm
IMPORTERS AND DEALFKS IN
Staple anil Fancy Mmi-Mci anil Provisions,
No. Ott Fort HLroel, Honolulu, II. I.
llKO TO CALL ATTENTION TO, AND INV1TK Till! INSPECTION OK TUSin
Extensive & Varied Stock of Fresh Goods.
The qiinrlty ami variety of our Ico House Delicacies are unsurpassed (If
equalled), by other deders. ,
Table Luxuries and Delicacies of oery description.
Evaporated, Peeled and Pilled Frulls'Nuts and ItnlMns.
Woodlawn Dairy Buttor in 1-lb. Bricks, 65 cents each; FreBh
Island Butter, at 50 cents per lb.
Sole Aizcnls for Anchor Flour, a first grade Flour for family use.
Oats, Barley, Bran, Wheat and Corn, at Inwen miirKct rates
Our guarantee goes with cory article Mild, for Quality, Correct Weight and
The minutest caro exercised In accurately executing all .orders. Should
any mlstako occur In spite of till,
Goods will bo Exchanged or
Daily deliveries to all parts of the Olty nnd Walklkl; Island Orders solicited nnd
E3T P. O. Hox 4nr. Hnth Telephone?, 180. -
JUST OPENED UP,
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8f ' ' ,
Jersey Cloths in all Shades:
Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, the latest Styles;
Ornaments, All-Over Lace,
And a Fine Line of Trunks,
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Ol uud 0
We uro pleased to unnouncqthc arrival of our immenso laige Invoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy Ms, Laces, Elon
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and are now oll'ering unprecedented and unrivalled Bargains in all ourdepartm'ts.
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very lino Victoria Lawn at $2 apiece, 10 yards; a very
large assortment of new Spring stjlos in Lawnp, .1-1 Batiste, Sateens, plain
figured and brocaded, white Piquo and u full line ol Drefs Goods, the latest out.
Lace DBoncle, Ladies' lricot Oloth
in all the new shades; 40 doz Ladies LiBle Thread Hoso ,at 40 cents,
, ' ' tho best value over offered.
Just received, all tho lotest styles In Boys and Children's Suits: Great Bargains,
Boys Blue Flancl Sailor Bulls at SL'.fiO a Suit. Just received, direct from
Ladies, Hen's, Misses' and Children's Shoes,
uleseliroiiili Manufacturing Comnany's
Vutit'lliio l'u re,
Vftttellne Camphor lee,
VuMellno Colli Crenm,
VtiHellno Hair OH,
Vaxrllno Hewing Machine Oil.
Hollister & Co.,
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent,
Cuiubull Bloelc, - - Honolulu, II. I.
Heal Estate Agent, Custom Houso Broker, vi$v.
Emplounent Agent. Money Broker, . vt-v-w; ,
WllTeiV Steamship Agent, Manager Hawaiian Opeia House,
Great Burlington ltailtoad Agent Firo and LifeUnsuranco AgtnU
in America. (102 ly;
rsr , J. ac "KVTjjxt . '"
which wo offer nt bed-ioek prices.
S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
109 Fort Street.