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'BISHOP Oo.. HANKKKB
Ioululu, Hnwnllnu Isltuul
Draw Exchange on the
lluult ol' Culif'oi'iilu, H. J.
And (Ik n agents h
NEW Y0I1K. tlOSTON. IIONO KONG.
MeMrt. N M. llotliwhlld i. bni, London
Tliu Omiiucri iul IlnitUto, "f SMlncy,
The Commercial JlMik C, of Hulncj,
Tlic ilrtnU of Now Zealand Am kl mil,
Chrlslohtircli, mid Wellington
The 11 ink or llritlsli Columbia, ie
torlo, II. C, mul l'orlliind, tii
Transact n Ucncnil Hanking lluslniss.
$Jw gjHttjj gall Jin,
Pledged to neither 8ect nor Fart;.
But ntablUbtil for tho If nefit of nil
SA'IXWDAY, MA s. ISSfi.
SIGNORGAMPOBELLO AND HIS COM
PANY. hignoi C'ninpolicllo ami liib 10111
piuiy ccitainly eanic lieto at an un
fnvoiablc thni. Tliu general tli
arrangement of mutters coniiuoicial
and social eoneiiiient on the great
file of tliu lblli ultimo, combined
with tinubiial countcr-atti actions on
the first two or three night-- of the
company's conceit, coiespiicd to
produce small audiences. The pi ice
of admission, too. piobably Kept
many away that would gladly hae
attended if they had felt able to
affoid it. So far as the company is
concerned, individually and as a
whole, thcic is, only one opinion
among musical people, and that is
that their mciits ileseno much better
suppoit than they have leeeived.
Musiciunb, including Profs. llcrgcr
and Yaindlcy no mean judges
speak of their capabilities and elfoi ts
' in terms of the highest adiniiation
and praise. Then outside of their
piofessional attainments and public
performances, eacli individual mem
bers of the company in his and her
private character and social life has
maintained an unblemished leputa
tion that, in the estimation of decent
people, intensillcs the sweetness of
their musical pioductions. To us it
is pleasing to 'peak well of these
btrangcrs in tlicii professional ex
hibitions and social bcaiing during
their biief stay in this city, and to
them Signor Campobello, Signur
Lcncioni, Miss May Npiing, and the
Misses Lulu, Pauline, and Klisc
Joran it is undoubtedly giatifying
to feel that they leave behind them
in this "Paradise of the Pacific"
golden opinions of their woith and
attainments. And now that the
visitois aic about to depait we sin
cerely hope that they will be giceted
with an o ci How ing audience at their
final appeaiance in the Hawaiian
Opcia J louse to-night.
-i m.mii lm.
Al lUKMlOV Ml.sSlDV.
The Assembly resumed its sitting
pit 2 o'clock i ai.
Minister Neumann read a litst
Jtime an act to amend sec. l , enap.
21, laws of 1881, i elating to chal
lenges of juioifa. It piovides that
in addition to the challenges now
allowed, the plaintiff and defendant
.shall be allowed to challenge two
jurois without assigning any cause
theiefoi, but whcie there aiesevcial
parties on cither side they must
join in such challenge.
Hep. Castlo gave notice of an act
to amend the act consolidating and
amending the law lclatiug to inter
nal taxes ; also, an act to amend the
act consolidating and amending the
law l elating to cominissionets of
private ways and water lights; also,
an act to amend sees. 870 1, Civil
Code, l elating to Icims of the Cii
, cuit Court; also, an act to piovide
for a lien of mechanics and matenal
men; also, an act to amend the
general election laws of the king
dom. Hep. Nahale gave notice of an act
to amend sres. 1587 and 1188, Civil
Code, relating to the lisheiics.
Hep. linker gave notice of acts to
provide peimancnt settlements for
Tlios. "V. Kvciettand A. Foinandei.
Minister Neumann icad a Hist
time an act to legulate the law for
appeals fiom Police and Uistiiet
Justices' Couits; also, an act i elat
ing to escheats, which amis on mo
tion read a second time by Us title
and lefened to the Judiciaiy Com
mittee. Hep. Jlayselden gave notice of an
act to amend the gencial election
laws of the kingdom.
Minister Neumann read a (list
time an act relating to the licensing
and regulating of the business of
Also, an act to amend .sec. 1,
chap. !!7, Penal Code, and acts
amendatory theieof, relating to
vagrants, idle and disordeih pei
sous. Also, an act to amend supplc
mcntaiy to act 20, chap, i), Civil
Code, relating to smuggling. It pio-
ntKS that the Minister of I'liianto
shall' appoint certain quas and
iwliuivcs in Minous paits of tho
kingdom for rcceUIng ft eight from
foreign countries No ussel can
Imul goods at any place not a legal
port of entry unless h stiess of ,
wenthei. under a penalty not e- i
teedmg fiOO (Joods from abioad
fiiund stored nnt where not author )
i7ed -dinil be linlile to foifciture.
Ships having opium on board in any
seeiet or diguied iilace hnll be
forfeited. Olllceis may go on board
any ship or boat to search for illicit
goods; also may scorch any person,
baggage 01 goods if lie suspects the
smuggling of opium. Ilefoie goods
01 baggage tue scutched, tliu owner
may be taken before the Collector
of Customs or his dqntty, who shall
decide whether the search is to pro
ceed, and the olllcei making the
scat eh shall not be liable to action
at law. For lesistmg an officer the
penalty is to be not more than S"00,
and a like maximum line is fixed for
dealing in opium.
Hop. Pallia icad a Ih. si time an
act to amend sec. I'.8, Civil Code.
Minister Neumann said the sec
tion was covered by an act, and the
bill should be amendatory of the
Hep. Pachaole lead a lit st time
an act to amend sees. !! and I,
chap. 71, Penal Code, l elating to
the lloaid of Kducatioii.
Hep. Amaru gin u notice of bills
for relief of ciiminals in prison; to
make all fish outside of konohikis
f ice to the people; to amend sec.
1,177, Penal Code, giving ccitain
priviliges to tenants on konohiki
The Picsident appointed as a
Committee on Kiigiossment, in con
foimily to the lesohilion of ycstci
day: Heps. Itichaidson, Kauliikou,
Keau. Lilikalani, and Minister llti
liek. ounr.n or mi. da v.
Hep. Aholo moved the older of
the day, which was carried.
Minister Uulick's act to provide
for the issuance of copyiight was
Hep. Castle suppoited the bill,
and thought it should go to a select
Hep. Aholo moved the bill be
lead a second tune by its title.
Hop. Castle moved the bill now
go to a special committee. Cairied.
The President appointed, as a
committee on the bill, Heps. Castle,
Kaulukou, Dole, Aholo and Minis
On motion of Hep. Blown, the
house adjourned at :5:2f) till 10 a.m.
bATUUDAY, May 8th.
The Legislative Assembly opened
atlOA.Ai., with prayer by Hev. J.
Waiamau, chaplain, and the Piesi
dent, Hon. J. S. Walker, in the
chair. Mr. Pierce, Secietary, mid
the minutes of previous meeting,
which, on motion of Hep. Keau,
Hep. Aholo moved thai the cre
dentials of Hep. Kauhane bo ex
amined by the Judiciary Committee.
Hep. Dole presented a petition
fiom Mr. J. F. Hi own, for the
letiiin of taxes paid in mistake.
Hep. Lilikalani from lesidents
of Waialac and Maunalua. He said
it was an inipoitant petition, and
asked leac to read it, which was
gianted. Iipiayed that all fish on
konohiki lands be fiee to tenants on
such lands, and present restiictions
Hep. Hi own moved the petition
be letuined to the member, as the
Chief Justice had leeently decided
that tenants on konohiki lands were
entitled to take any fish on their
lands and sell them.
He). Amaru moved in amend
ment that it be laid on table, to be
considered with a bill he would in
tioduce in a few days. The amend
Hep. Uiown a petition fiom f7
icsidents of Koolauloa that no loan
of 810,000,000 be authorized. Also,
fiom the same, that no Hawaiian
be ncimitted to leave the country
without pei mission. Also, fiom the
same, that a resident physician be
appointed in that distiict. Also,
fiom the .same, that tho sale of awa
be allow cd w itliout license. Hefci i cd
to appiopriate Committees.
Hep. Thuiston a petition fiom
fl!) icsidents of Molokai against a
$10,000,000 loan. Hefeued to Fi
Hep. Hichardson a petition liom
Wailuku, that native lluwaiinns of
good diameter be allowed to piac
tise medicine without license. On
motion of Hep. Aholo the petition
was laid on the table to be con
sidei eel with tho bill i elating to tho
Hawaiian lloaid of Health.
Hep. Dickey a petition that, 1st,
awa licenses be sold to Hawaiians
only ; 2nd, that natives only be em
ployed on (lovernniciit works. Also,
a petition, 1st, that licenses be
gianted to native doctois; 2nd, to
pi event the impiisonment of con
tract laboiers; .'Ird, to pi event Ha
waiians fiom buying and using in
toxicating liquors ; -Itli, to build
suitable schools at Mukawao.
Hep. Hichardson a petition from
josidents of Makcun, that tho mail
by the Kinnii bo opened there.
Referred, on motion of Hop.. J
to the Minister of the Inteiior.
Hep. Nahlnu- a petition fiom
ICnna, that childieu in the (iovein
iticnl schools be taught some tiade.
also receive instmetion in militaiy
(hill, guiineiy, music, etc. In
ferred to the Kducallon Committee.
Hop. Hichardson a petition fiom
Wailuku, that poor people who have
fiveormoic chlldicn be exempt fiom
pergonal taxation. Hefcried to
Hep. Keau a petition from 1 lono
lulti, that S'-'.fjUO be gianted for
building a bridge over the stieain at
Noble Khodes presented the fol
low ing report of the Sanitaiy Com
mittee, signed by all the member
except Hep. Palohau, who was ab
sent. "The .S-initaiy Committee to whom
was tefcrred a petition fiom Puna,
Hawaii, asking that in fiiluic no
more lepers be taken to Kalawao,
but that they be lieated in the dis
trict to which they belong, have had
the same under caieful consideration,
and beg to report that however des'n
able such a couise might be to thoie
alllieted, their fiiends and relations,
it appears to your committee, for
sanitaiy and financial reasons, to be
inadmissible. Your committee there
fore lespeetftilly recommends that
the prayer of the petition bo io-
" Your committee fuithcr icports
on a petition from Hana, asking for
an appropriation of S 1,000 foi a
hospital for that distiict, that they
sec no lcasons other than financial
for refusing the prayer. They theie
fore lecouimend that it be lefened
to the Finance Committee.
"On n petition fiom "Waianae,
Kauai, asking for the election of a
leper hospital at Ilanapepe on that
island, your committee leeoinmend
that the prayer be rejected on sani
taiy giounds. And they have come
to the same conclusion with lespect
to a petition from Puna piaying for
the repeal of the law known as
" The Act to mitigate," etc.
"J. K. Nahai.i.,
"J. K. Kai'namaxo."
Hep. Ilrown moved the lepoit
Hen. Keau was not in faor of
adoption. He did not think that
either sanitary or financial reasons
were .sufficient to refuse the prayers
of the petitions. Theiefoi e, he
moved that the icpoit be indefinitely
Hep. Castle, seconded by Minister
Gibson, moved to lay leport on
Hep. Brown lcpoitcd that the
Judiciary Committee had found the
ciedentials of the member for Kau
coriect, and by direction of the
Piesident the Chief Justice was ic
ipiesled to attend and administer the
oath to Hep. Kauhane, which was
Hep. Aholo piesented a report
from the Finance Committee on the
petition from Hana for inci casing
the pay of mail camcis, in that dis
trict. The committee consideied
the request for 810 and S7 a week,
lespcctively, for the two cairiers, a
reasonable one, and recommended
that the requiied amount be inseited
ill the Appiopriation Hill.
Hep. Kalua moved that the peti
tion bo laid on the table to be con
sideied witli the Appiopiiation Hill.
Heji. Kaunauiano moved the
adoption of the report.
Minister Neumann believed it was
a deviation from the practice of the
house for a leport recommending an
appropriation to he adopted, be
cause that amounted to making it
Hep. Itichaidson moved itbeic
fenedtothc Minister of Intcnor.
He noticed an increase in the pio
poscd appropriation for the mail
service, and pcihtips it was contem
plated to have the pay of these
cai tiers inci cased.
Hei. Kaunamano suggested the
pioprictyof a special committee to
consider all requests for incicasc of
Hep. Aholo said the committee
simply iccommeiidcd the iuscition
of the item in the bill when it came
Noble Hush suppoited the motion
of Hep. Hichardson.
Minister Neumann cousideied the.
motion amounted to an expiession
of want of confidence in the Postmaster-General.
Hep. Hayselden said there was no
censure intended to any one in the
repoit. Before making it, lie had
enquited at the Post Olllce and
found that salaries were going to be
The motion to lay it on table ear
ned. Minister Gulick, from the Print
ing Committee, icpoited thepiinting
of vaiious bills.
He). Aholo piesented a icpoit
fiom the Finance Committee on the
petition that the pay of the
mail earlier fiom Hllo to Kau be
inci eased fiom Sift to $U0 a
week. The committee was of opi
nion that tho amount asked was too
large, and to giant it would amount
to lccoiiimcnding the doubling of
tho pay of all the mail earners in
tho klnu'doin. Tliuio mho onio
WIhi1aih MTliin it it mil anritil
i canons why this canior's p.iy should
lie inci eased, tlierefoio It was re
commended that the petition be le
fened to the Minister "nf the In
terior. Hep. Dole moed tie icpoitbo
Hep. Nnliinu called attrition to
the clock, which struck" .-oik an
Minister CiWxou piesented the
repoit of the Minister of Koicign
Affairs, saying a supplement thereto
would be ready by Tuesday.
riAllUKi: COTTAGES Inquire of
JL MBS. It. LOVE,
SJlw 17U Kcit street
Itepiirllii: mul llepolHiing neatly
done Krineli polishing piuialil.
rpilB undir-ignul liuvu thi- day form
JL ul a eo pirtnuililp for tho pur
pii. of uuixing on the business ol
house building In nil its hrum-liu-, un
der the 111 m inline of KIIOADS A
GltBENH, at die old stand, 8S Qui en
sired, Honolulu, II. I. Thanking our
oldpilion-. f'-rpi't fuor, hoping for
i iiiiniiiiiiiee of the same, wo remain,
w. T ItllO.VDS,
ail Ht H JAY OHKBNH
Rhoads & Greene,
House Builders and Architects.
Plans hpicilleiitloiisuiiil di lulled Draw
liiS- furiilKliitl tm nil Idti-i!. nt wood in
brick huihliiigi, and Kslitn:iti given
for the taiiit-. All johlilng pinmplfy ut-tt-mlitl
lii mid Uku-m!-. moderate An
ol tho ih )u woik intriitid to our tine,
will iLCtie our personal ttttuillun.
Ol durst fiom th" other islands vnlleitid.
Office and Shop, 88 Queen St.
lloiiolnlii. .May 7, ISSli,
A UOMAX to do nliiin
X Apph to Mil's JAUKbON,
IX toiiseipieni,!' of h.i lug been but mil
out I lieu to notify 1 1 1 fi lends and
the public In gcnei.il, th.it I h.ie le
nioved to Kid Nil ii inn stieut, next to the
Coiimieiei.il Hotel. Coffu; and Luiieli
nt all bonis, as licloie
Ml lm THOMAS Ml'I.OOOX.
IIo.noixm'. April 10. 18SR.
LL persons ait- lieiuhv t milium tl
not to u list my son, IIAUK"i
Mei'HLHNKY, as I will not pay bills of
Ills contracting without my written
oiikr. 11 N. Muchi.sxi:y.
lly ordei of L. A Thiiision and Mis.
II t! Alenndur, mlmiul-tr.itor and ml.
iiiinlstrntrK of Ihu Lstuleof ('. II. Alu.v
andti, du.eitul, acting uuiki order of
sale ol tliu bupiuuii Court, I will bt 11 at
public miction, at my Salesiootn in Ho.
3LONDAY, aiay 2I, 1S8(J,
At 18 o'clock, noon, all of that cur.
tain piopirty known as the
Kitii.tte In Mukawao and Kula, -Maui,
(ousifting of the landu of
KALI A LI NT l,i out lining 11I,S:18 aens,
I'ULi:ilUXUI niaiikn, containing 11,
Or)U m 10-,
AAl'LKO 1 ami 3, ontniniiig 113 lucre",
Total, 32,071 acres, more or less,
aie all In fee simple, and
liile is pirfixt.
The Ranch Stock
600 head of Cattle, more or less,
4,500 head of Sheep, moro or less,
85 Horses, moro or less,
A poitlon ol tliu laud In wooded, sup
phiug an ahuiiilancu ol llrcwood
A portion of the land not at present
ncce-aiy lor cm r Ing on ihu uiiieliU
unleil out, bringing in an anmitil rental
'I ho hinds extinil liom Maaliiea Hay,
including llshing right, to the top of
lliiliukain, and nrc lioundcd on onesldu
hy tliu Yon Temp-Ky and Goodness
iaueln-4, and on tliu oihci side hy
bprckolsilk', W II. Ilnlley's rnncli, tho
Last Maui hl'Mik Coinpanj'n liuiuli
(lluwer's) and llaiUu-uKii.
Tliu mil is in gnat pint i toll and fi-r.
tile, and the pistiiri) for stock cm i-lli lit.
Tliu land mid stocl; will he sold as a
whole, being put up at an
Upset Bid of $50,000,
Tcimsaru ig&OOO ciwli, tliu liahuicu
to he paid in equal liiMnlliueiiU in I, t.',
!t, land njcaii, Ficiired liy Ihi-t niort.
gugo upon Ihu pitml'i's Mild, and lm.
mow mints hiieaftei ilacid thuieou.
lutuii'iit at the rate of 8 in lunl. pei
aiiuuui, liu- of taxc-, p iuiIiIc si-mi.iiii-nuiilly.
I'l-iimpal mul in'tiiisl pajublo
in United Slate gold coin. Umlsitl
( puiibu ol puii'hasii.
.1. JjYONS, Aiict'r.
C3J" Miih ol ihu land (.in hu seen,
mid full particulars obtained at the
olllce ol L. A. TllUHbTON. Ub Mer.
cliuut stieet, Q'i
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Prodnco mil Provisions,
T. r l-'orl Slivod, Honolulu, II. I.
1ILO TO CAIL AITIrtOK TO, AM) 1NMTK Till: I.Ssei.CTION Of T1IK111
Extensive 6l Varied Stock of Fresh Goods.
The finality mid Mirlity of our Ice House Dolicacies me uiiBitrpussLd (if
eiiualkil), by oiht-i ilrnleis.
'Itilile Luxuries mid UelleaoleH of ecry deerlpllin.
KMiporatid, IVeled mid l'itlul PruiU, 'Kills mul Kilslns.
"Woodlawn Dairy Bnttcr.in 1-lb. Bricks, 65 cents each; Tresh
Island Butter, at 50 cents per lb.
Sole Agents for Anchor Flour, n flr-t grnde Tlour for futility use.
Oats, Barley, Bran, Wheat and Corn, ai lowu-t ni.u net rates
our gtiar.iiiuo goes with every uitii h -oh), for Qinlity, Correct Weight and
The minutest enrc excreiscd In nectinitcly exrciultig nil orders. Should
any tulMiiko oteur in split- of t!il,
Goods will bo Exchanged or Monoy Refunded.
Daily dclUtrics to nil puts of the Ulty
C2T I'- O. I ov i:i5. lloili Telephone-
JUST OPENED UP,
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8;
Jersey Cloths in all Shades;
Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, the latest Styles;
Ornaments, All-Over Lace,
And a Fine Lone of Trunks,
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
1 mul OXi
Wo are pleased to announce the arrival of our immense laige Invoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy' Goods, Laces, Blon,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods, -
and are now i H'eiliig nniuei-cdeiitcd and nnrlMillol liarg-ilns in all ourdermrtm'ts .
Letting Down the Price.
JnH recciMil, 100 pkus of eo tluu Vliitoriu Liwn nt 2 apiece, 10 jardsj a very
lingo iiMoitment of m-w Spring stjles In Luwn, 4-t Hntiste, Saltens, plnln
llgurtd and brotudul, white Pique mid a lull lim. ol Pittb Goods, the lntihtout.
Jsieo Boiielc. 3jtxiicf' Tricot Clotli
in all ihu now shades 10 do Ladies Lisle Tin .nil Hose at -10 cents,
the hest valiio cvtr otH ud.
Just inch i il, all the latest bIj'Iib in Hoy mid Children's Suits; Great Barguins,
Hoys Blue rianel bailor Hull at L'.fiO a Suit. .Tn-l leeeived, direct irom
Eastern in iiiufactuic,
Ladies', Men's, Hisses' ami Cliililra's Shoes,
Clioselroiigli Mamifactiuii Company's
Vnt,tlliiu C'aiiiplioi- Ice,
ViihcIIik, 'olil Cream,
ViiMclliiu Hulr IU
Viihi'IIik; hewing 3Iuclilu- Oir.
Hollister & Co.,
P.O. BOX 315.
6-eneral Business Agent.
Cmiijl)ell Jiloolc, - - Honolulu, 11. I.
HbuI Kstiito Agent, Custom House llroker,
Liiinlouiiuiit Agent, .Money llroker,
llifui's Stfiiiiisbip Agent, Manager Ilawnllan Opeiu House,
Great liurllngtou liuiltoad Agent Fire and Lifildutirunce Afitut.
in America. (lU21y)
14.. AVI JjIMBTt..
Inland Orders solicited and
i;io -an (
IToi-t SSI root.
which u oiler at bed. rock prli es.
S. COHN So CO., Proprietors.
109 Fort Street.