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BISHOP & Co., HANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Kxchango on tho
JBtmlc of CiilU'omiti, H. IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONO KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchureh, uud Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia,
torla, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Beet nor Party.
Bat established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, MAY f, 188G.
The Legislative Assembly met at
Secretary Tierce read the minutes
of last meeting, which on motion of
Uep. Kaai were adopted.
J?cp. Castle presented a petition
from residents of Kalihi, Oahu,
praying for an appropriation of
5,000 for rebuilding and improving
the road at that place, on the east
side of the valley. Kef erred to
Committee on Public Lands and
Hep. Nahinu a petition from
South Kona, praying, 1st, that the
tax law be amended; 2nd, that
assessors levy taxes on the sugar
actually manufactured and not on
the cane growing in the field ; .'Ird,
that the assessors be authorized to
assess any Chinaman found roaming
round without employment. Hep.
Kaai moved that the petition be i c
turncd to the member for South
Kona, to draft laws in accordance
with its objects. The motion Has
lost and the petition was referred to
Committee on Miscellaneous Peti
tions. .Ren. Kcau a petition from Mo-
analua, Oahu, that the driving of
cattle on the public highway in that
locality be prohibited. He moved
that it lie on the table till he should
introduce a bill covering the ground.
Rep. Nahalc a petition from
North Kona, Hawaii, that an appro
priation of 82,000 lie mode for
building a wharf at Kailua. Re
ferred to Committee on Public
Lands and Internal Improvements.
Rep. Kaai a petition that the
number of police in the District of
liana be increased; also one that
the landing of Ilamoa be made
public property. Referred to Com
mittee on Public Lands and Im
provements. Rep. Pachaolc a petition that
81,000 be appropriated for building
a bridge over the stream of Halawa.
Referred to same committee as last.
Rep. Kcau a petition from Ka
lihi, that 810,000 be appropriated
for improving the road on the east
side of the valley. Referred to same
Rep. Nahinu -petitions from
South Kona, that the landing at
Hookena be built during this period ;
that 88,000 be appropriated for
landings at Napoopoo and Koopo
loa; that 82,500 be appropriated
for improving the roads in that dis
trict. Referred to same committee.
Rep. Paehaole a petition from
Molokai, asking for 82,000 for
building a wharf at Kaunakakai.
Referred to same committee.
Rep. Dole presented the report of
committeo to draft .an address in
reply to His Majesty's speech, sub
mitting said address.
Minister Gibson said the address
was conceived in a loyal and honor
able spirit ; therefore he moved its
adoption by the house. Carried.
Rep. Kalua moved that tho ad
dress bo engrossed. Carried.
NOTICES AND UKSOMITIOXS.
Minister Gulick, on behalf of the
Minister of Finance, asked permis
sion to introduce tho Appropriation
Rep. Dole seconded the motion.
Rep. Aholo moved a suspension
of rules for the llrst reading of the
bill by us title. Hop. Castle sec
onded this motion.
Rep. Dole contended that Min
ister Gulick's request was a motion
under the rules, and properly sec
onded by him. It was so accepted
by the chair, then put and carried,
after which Rep. Aholo's motion
was carried, tho bill icad by its title
and distributed to the house in both
Following is tho recapitulation of
proposed appropriations :
Civil List 812(1,000 00
Permanent .Settlements I,h00 (HI
Lcglslatuio and Pi ivy O'ncll HO.ilOO 00
Dept. of Porclgn Affairs. . . . 2118,100 00
Jntoilor Department 1)0!),(!1I) iia
finance Depaitmcnt Utli.OO 00
Dent, of Attv.-General 240,520 00
Dent, of Jmllclury
1 1(1,1)50 00
notice of an act
chap. 10, session
to amend sec. 1,
laws of 1880, relating to licenses to
practise law. Also, presented n
tesolution that 81,000 bo appro
priated for .repairing tho courthouse,
jail and jall-kccpcr's residence, dis
trict of liana. He moved that the
resolution be laid on the table and
considered with the appropriation
Rep. Kalua moved in amendment
that it bo referred to Committee on
Public Lands and Improvements.
Amendment carried. .
Rep. Kaukau presented a resolu
tion that 80,000 be appropiiated for
improving roads in Kaanapali, Maui,
and moved it lie on the table and be
considered witli the appropriation
Rep. Castle moved in amendment
that it be referred to same com
mittee as last. Carried.
Rep. Ilayselden gave notice of an
act to amend an act 'to consolidate
and amend the law relating to in
Rep. Nnhnle gave notice of an act
to amend sec. 128G, Civil Code,
relating to pioperty belonging to
Rep. Lilikalani gave notice of a
resolution, that, whereas reference
is made in foreign newspapcts to a
new treaty between the United
Slates and this Kingdom, one of
the provisions of which is the ces
sion of Pearl Harbor on this island
to the United States, therefore this
Assembly would ask the Minister of
Fordism Affairs to lav before the
house any information of such new
treaty in his possession.
Minister Gibson said he did not
think it was necessary to delay re
plying to n resolution of this kind,
lie would therefore say that the
Foreign Olllce has not received one
line relating to this treaty outside of
what was in the newspapers. , There
was nothing in reference to any pro
posed cession of Peail Harbor or
any portion of Hawaiian territory
whatever. Probably a succeeding
mail might bring sonic information
fiom His Majesty's envoy at Wash
ington, but in the meantime lie
could say that the Hawaiian Govern
ment has no information legarding
Rep. Kalua thought the Govern
ment should lay everything regard
ing the new ticaty, or any other
m Iter l elating to treaty affairs, be
fore the house. Perhaps this Gov
ernment made the proposal to the
Tinted States Government and are
awaiting a reply. There was a great
deal of talk before the Assembly
met that a new treaty was being
made, and that part of it was that
Pearl Harbor was to be ceded to the
Minister Gibson said lie might be
able to reply to the honorable mem
ber with regard to his expression of
anxiety. He begged to state to the
Assembly that he had prepared a
repoit of the Minister of Foreign,
Affairs, which was in the hands of
the printers, and he hoped to be
able to present it in a few days.
This report would contain a full
statement of the action of the Gov
ernment on tho treaty question and
all matters hearing thereon. He
would anticipate the report by say
inc that His Majesty's envoy had
been instructed to sign a renewal of
the reciprocity treaty without any
changes whatever from the existing
one. That had been done, and the
tieaty awaits the ratification of the
American Senate. He begged to
state in conclusion that, in regard to
the cession of Pearl Harbor, or any
territory, such a thing had never been
contemplated, and that this Minis
try would not bo sitting thcro now
if they had made any proposal of
Rep. Aholo moved that the reso
lution be returned to the honorable
member, as its object had been com
plied with. Carried.
Rep. Raker presented a resolution
that the Minister of the Interior be
requested to state the reasons for
removing Hon. II. M. Whitney from
the ofllco of Postmaster-General.
Rep. Castle seconded the resolu
tion. Rep. Kalua questioned the pro
pi icty of the house discussing this
resolution, as the Assembly did not
have control of tho olllce in ques
tion. He moved that the resolution
be returned to tho mover.
Rep. Aholo did not think the
liouso had a right to inquire into
the matter. If it had, it could also
inquire into the dismissal of Mr.
Parke, Mr. Allen and other olllcials.
He had read the correspondence in
the matter, and it explained itself.
Rep. Maker said lie did not ask
for information from any member,
but from the Minister.
Rep. Kalua's motion carried.
Rep. Kaunamano gave notice of
an act to repeal an act approved
August 11, 1881, relating to the
appointment of Road Supervisor in
chief ; also, an act to reorganize tho
Hoard of Health ; also, an act to
authorizo District and Polico Magis
trates to appoint deputies dining
absence ; also, nn act to amend sec.
1, chap. 00, Penal Code; also, an
act requiring Governors of the
different islands to examine candi
dates for tho position of District
Magistrate ; also, an act to amend
tho statute of 187J, authorizing the
Rep, Krial cave
Minister of Interior to gTant licensee
to owners of sugar mills to distill
spirituous liquors; also, nn act to
amend the law relating to divorces.
Minister Neumann gave notice of
an act to amend sec. 2G, chap. !),
Civil Code, relating to tho preven
tion of smuggling ; also, an act to
amend chap. 517, Civil Code, re
lating to import duties on spirituous
liquors ; also, an act providing for
the measurement of vessels on tho
legistcr at the Custom House.
Rep. Paehaole gave notice of an
act to amend chap. 20, Civil Code,
relating to the Board of Education.
Rep. Kaai presented a resolution
to appropriate 83,C00 for improve
ment of the road from Hanapepe to
Walmea, Kauai. Referred to Com
mittee on Public Lands and Internal
Improvements. Also, a resolution
to appropriate 83,000 for n break
water at Waimca Btream. Referred
to same committee.
Rep. Richardson gave notice of
an act to amend chap. -13, session
laws of 1882, relating to internal
Rep. Kaulukou gave notice of his
intention to proposo an amendment
to the constitution, to mako the Ha
waiian language the binding version
of the laws.
Rep. Pallia gave notice of an act
to amend chap. 408, Civil Code, to
licenso the use of giant powder in
fishing; also, an act to permit the
use of the electric light in Hiio;
also, an act to regulate the building
OltUElt OF Tim DAY.
Rep. Aholo moved the older of
the day, which carried.
The President stated thai Rep.
Kekoa had asked for leave of ab
sence. On motion of the Attorney
General leave was granted.
Rep. Kaulukou's bill, to appro
priate 835,000 for legislative ex
penses of the session, was on motion
of Rep. Kcau passed on third
Rep. Castle's resolution, that all
bills be printed in both laiumages
before a second reading, was, after
discussion by Reps. Dole and Brown
in favor, and Lilikalani and Keau
At 1 1 :50 the Assembly adjourned
till 10 o'clock to-monow morning.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, P.
& A. M., will bo convened
'Tfcfes' THIS WEEK, at -1 o'clock,
for Instruction, conducted by the
Deputy Grand Lecturer. 320
Haw'n Opera House
Popular Prices, Popular Prices.
Tendered to the Campobcllo Company
by the Citizens of Honolulu,
Wednesday Evening, May 5th.
A Popular Ballad Programme,
Including nil the Gems ghen by this
. Company dining their stay
Dress Circle and Parquette 00'
Reserved Seats 2.rc Extra.
Beats con be secured nt J. E.
Wiseman's olllce this morning at 9
Tito Nejv Eutjlaud
Kitchen and Ball
TO BE GIVEN BY T1IK
MYRTLE BOAT CLUB
HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNI II.
Thursday Ev'g, May 13.
Tickets for aMe at King Bros, and
320J J.M.Oat, Jr., & Co.'s. 8t
To Be Sold
IN WAILUKU, MAUI,
TUESDAY, May 11th,
Thoso very desirable Premises situ.
atcd on Market street, ami
known as the
and belonging to the Estate of tho
lato E. Batchelor.
Tho house comprises 0 rooms and a
spacious and well arranged
Bake House & Oven
and being a well. known uud central
establishment, oilers a line opening
for any one iu tho baking or restau
A PINE VINEYA11D,
Yielding flno crops of tho celebrated
Wolluku Qrupes, form part of tho pre
mises. 820 ilt
rpHE regular quarterly meeting of the
JL Athletic Association will liu held
on FRIDAY, tho 7th inst., at 3 v.m , ut
tho ofllco of U. Boltc, Treamror.
20 2t J. U. CASTLE, Secretary.
Special Meeting British
ASPBOIAL Meeting of tho Members
of the British Benovolcnt Society
will bo held at tho British Club on
SATURDAY, May Slh, at 7:30 p.m., to
muku urrnnguinuntB for celobrallng the
birthday of Her Majesty Queen Victoria.
JAMES A. KENN GDY, Seo'y.
Honolulu, May P, 168ft. 20 4t
AT I'UUI.IU AfCTION OK
The undersigned, assignee of the
bankrupt Estate of K. O. Itowo, a volun
tary bankrupt, will offer for salo a
On THURSDAY, May Gtli,
AT 13 M., ON TIIK l'KEMIBr.S,
All thoe Pieinlses situated at Maultil
Vlneyaid, and near the Nuuanu Ae
miu.'lu Honolulu, together with the
Buildings thereon, being the sumo prc
niNcs now occupied by the wild L. C.
Hone. The lh-emlscs are in good or
der and aic situated in a good locality
and containing -11.-100 of an Acic.
The hind on which said houses arc
situated Is lc.iTd land, and the lcau is
for 110 years fiom tho 1st day of August.
A. D. 188;t. Tho 'ground lent Is 8180
per nnnum, payable quarterly. All
taxes and iiHcysmeiits and the water
late to bo paid by the lessee, and all
improvements to leveit at tho expira
tion of the term to the leoi.
Also, at 11 a.m. of the same day and
at tho same place, the following
Articles of Furniture
which are In good older, will liu
1 Hep. Mahogany Set, ( piece ; 1
Centie Table, 1 Maible-top shlo Table,
1 corner Stand, I BV Maiblu-top Bed
room Set, 7 pieces 1 BW Extension
Dining Table. 7 Chah, 1 Stove, 1
Table, 1 Ieo Che-t, 1 Safe. 1 Can Inge,
Hanging Lamps and Table Lamps.
The hiHe40.'.i0: theio aio li iooiu.
kitchen and bath hmic; anil tho build
ings with tho liupiociucut eot 87,
000. Tho buildings weio elected in
Tho tonus of the salo aio CaMi and
the Deeds sue at the expen-eof tho pur
chaser. CSy-Thc piciulbcs and the buildings
can be examined on application at any
time to E. C. itow e. W. C. PAKKE,
Asslgnco of the Estate of E. C. Howe.
E. 1. ADAMS & CO.,
31U 2t Auctioneer!.
On FltlDAY, May 7th,
At 10 a.m., ut our Salesroom, Queen St.,
we will sell ut public auction, u lot
of Household Furniture, consist
Spring Mtittrnsse, Mosquito Nets, PH.
lows, Hanging Lamps, Lounges,
Curtains and Cornices, Bureaus,
2 SEWING MACHINES,
Part of a Library of Miscellaneous
MO CANARY J3IK13S,
nearly all good singers; 1 large Bun ge
and Fixtures, Cook Stove and Uten.
sils, Bird Cages,
I Large Breed! Gaps.
E. 1. ADAMS
318 4 1
AUCTION SALE OF
CORAL, SHELLS & CURIOS.
On SATURDAY, May 8,
At 10 a.m., at the premises, corner of
Alakca and King bts. (formerly occu.
pled by tlio Louvro of Brussels), wo will
sell at public auction, a lot of
Pink Coral Shells, an assortment of
Mats, Kapas ana Curios.
l'oslthe sale. UooiIh on Exhibition,
Thurbday, May 0, If 80.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
318 fit Auctioneers
Valuable Land in
Nuuanu Valley at Auction.
On SATUItDAY, May 8tli,
At 12 o'clock, noon, ut our Salesroom,
Queen street, we will sell nt public auc
tion, all that fine tract of Land known as
Hi of Kahapaakai,
situated in Nuuanu Valley, thrco miles
from King street, containing 21 78.100
acres. This land fronts on tho Nuuauu
Government Iloud, and Is well fenced.
There arc on thu land
A Dwolllng Houso, Chlckon liouso, olc.
A stream of ficsh water runs through
tho place, This oilers a desirable
chrtiicu for lnebtmcnt. Title perfect;
terms at sale.
DAVIS & WILDER,
IMPOItTEItS AND DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Produce aid Provisions,
3So. C Fort Stroot, Honolulu, II. I.
MEO TO CALL ATTENTION TO, AND INV1TK T11K INSPECTION OP TIIBIB
Extensive & Varied Stock of Fresh Goods.
The quality and vnrlily of our Ico House Delicacies are unsurpassed (If
equalled), by other dealers.
Tablo Luxuries and Delicacies of every detrrlpllen.
Evaporated, Peeled and Pitted Fruits, Nuts nnd Raisins. .
"Woodlawn Dairy Butter in 1-lb. Brickd, 65 cents each; FreBh
Island Butter, at 50 cents per lb.
Sole Agents for Anchor Flour, n first grade Elour for family use.
Oats, Barley, Bran, Wheat and Corn, ai lowest marxct latcs.
Our guarantee goes with every article told, for Quality, Correct Weieht and
Tlic minutest caro exercised in accurately executing all orders. Should
any mistake occur in spite of this,
Goods will bo Exchanged ov Money Refunded.
Dally delUerlej to all parts of tho City and Wnlklkl; Island Orders solicited and
C3T P. O. Box 435. Both
JUST OPENED Ul
Jersey Waists 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.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Ol and 3
Wc are pleased to announce the arrival of our immense laige Invoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy Hoods, Laces, Elon,
Clothing and G-ent's Furnishing Goods,
and are now olfcring unprecedented and unrivalled Bargains in all ourdepartm'ts.
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very tine Vlotoria Lawn at $2 apiece, 10 yards; a very
large assortment of new Spring Btjles in Lawns, 4-4 Batiste, Sateens, plain
figured and brocaded, white Pique and a lull Hue ol Diets Goods, the latest out.
Lace Boiicle, Ladies' Tricot Oloth
in all the new shades; 40 doz Ladies Lisle Thread Hose at 40 cents,
tho best value over offered.
Just received, all the latest styles in Boys and Children's Suits; Great Bargains,
Boys Blue Flancl Sailor Hulls at $2.fi0 a Suit. Just received, direct from
Ladies', Ik's, Misses' and Children's Shoes,
which we offer
ViiHttllne Ciiinphor Ire,
ViiHcllne Colli Crenm,
VuHollne llulr OH,
Vattellno HcwIiib Machine Otr,
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
P.O. BOX 315.
Ileal Estate Agent,
Wlluer's Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington Railroad Ai
J. IC. WI3LiIJ3I.
at bcd.iock prices.
S. COHN &.CO., Proprietors.
X-Ionolulii, II. I.
Custom liouso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opeia liouso,
;cnt Firo and Lifellnsuranco Agonu.
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