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HAWAIIAN
GAZETTE
rCBLISUED
BOOK, AND JOB,
Every Wednesday morning,
PRINTING ESTABLKHHIT!
AT J0.00 PER AJVXCM.
Mailed to Foreign SubMribcn nt $7.00.
THE " GAZETTE" OFTIC! '
Is now preeared to axeeata aH mJ.n fer
Office On Merchant street, -west of
he Post Office, Honolulu, II. L
m MET rillTlK,
JTICWU sou jrauiiBueu uj . jiwh omp,
Gorernment Printing Office, to whom U loslnefli
VOL. IV NO. 22.1
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1868.
$6.00 PER YEAR
Or EVERY DBBCHIPTIOX,
WITH ITEATNBea AND DISPATCH
commiuiiaiiiODi must u uuiesi.
BUS1NES NOTICES.
McColgaiv Jc joicvtsorv.
MERCHANT TAILORS,
FORT STEEET, HONOLULU,
10 Opposite T. C. Iltnck'l. py
IRA RICHARDSON,
IN BOOTS, SHOES & GENTLEMEN'S TDE-
NISHING GOODS,
Corner of Fort and Merchant Street!,
9 IIOXOLULTJ, II. I. lj
LANOLEY, CEOWELL & CO.,
Wholesale Druggists,
Cor. Battery and Clay Streets,
SAI FltAiSCISCO, CA.1t.
G-3in
EDWIN JONES,
GEOCEB.AND SKIP CHANDLEE,
Laliulnn, Irlnul.
Money and Retrain furnished to ships on
6-lyJ lavorabie terms.
XII EO. II. IKWIES,
(Late Jauion, Green t Co.,
IMPOEXEH A COHMISSION MEECHANT
AG EXT FOB
Lloyds' and the Liverpool Underwriters,
Korthern Assurance Company, and
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Co.
3-ly -
3IACJFIAIST,
Tort Street, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall.
Gives particular attention to tbo repair of
Tire Araj, Sewing Machines, Locks.
Dramngt of Machinery, itc, made to Order.
so-tr
c. n. LEWEBS.
J. a. DICE805,
Xiewers & Dickson,
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND
Kctail Dealers in Lumber and Building
Materials. Fort, King and Merchant streets,
Honolulu. 2S-ly
J. 8. WALKEB. 8. C. ALLEK.
WALKER & ALLEN,
Shipping and Commission
MERCHANTS.
HONOLULU. IL X.
10-tf
L. L. TORBERT,
DEALER IN LUMBER AND EVERY KIND
OF BUILDING MATERIAL.
Office Corner Queen and Fort Streets.
13-ly
Bollcs & Co.,
SHIP CHANDLERS COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Queen Street, particular attention paid to the
purchase and sale of Hawaiian Produce.
RErxRS ur PEBVlSSIOX to
C. A. Williams A Co., I C. Brewer A Co.,
Castle A Cooke, II. Uackfeld A Co.,
D. C. Waterman, I C. L. Richards A Co.,
2-ly
George G. Howe,
Dealer in Bedwood and Northwest Lumber,
Shingles, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Nails,
Paints, etc
At his Old Stand on the Esplanade. 36-ly
3IKS. J. II. II1.ACK,
Trsjrnrsy Millinor,
FOBT ST., BETWEEN KING & HOTEL.
Bonnets made up and trimmed in the latest
styles. Stamping, Braiding and Em
broidering, executed to order.
S. Snvitlge,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN FBOVISIONS
AND COMMISSION MEECHAT.
AO EXT TOE THE
Haiku Engar Company,
Salo of Kawaihae Potatoes.
Fort Street, Honolulu. 5-ly
F. A. fSCIIAEI'EIt &. CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HONOLULU. H. I. (38-1j)
Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Co.,
IMPORTERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Honolulu, Oabu, H. I. 4-ly
A. S. Clcjjhorn,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN GEN
ERAL MERCHANDISE,
Fire-proof Store, corner of Queen and-Kaahu-
mann Streets.
Retail Establishment on Nuuanu Street.
4-ly
Theodore C. Heuck,
IMPORTER & COHMISSION MERCHANT.
Honolulu, Oahu, S. L 1-ly
H. flackfcld ic Co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. 8-ly
J. D. WICKE,
Afjcnt for tlio Bremen Board
" of Dnder'JTrlters.
All average claims against said Underwriters,
occurring in or about this Kingdom, will
have to be certified before me. 7-ly
Chung- Hooiij
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND GENERAL
AGENT,
AGENT FOB THE
Pankaa and Amauulu Sugar Plantations.
Importer of Teas and other Chinese and For
eign Goods, and Wholesale Dealer in Ha
waiian Produce, at the Fire-proof Store,
Nuuanu Street, below King. 21-ly
Along & Aclnick,
Importers, 'Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
General Merchandise and China Goods,
lire-prod Store in Nuuanu Street, under the
Public Hall. -43-tf
WM. RYAN.
VAKIBSV STOXB Xo. 2,
Maunalcea Street,
All kinds of Merchandise and Groceries.
39-1
JEWELER AND ENCRAVER
. WCK. JT. COSXA
Is now prepared to execute with promptness
all' work in his line of business, such as
"Watell and Clock Repairing,
HaniixacturlJig Jewelry,
And Engraving.
Shop on Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellows'
Hall. - 61-Sm
.BUSINESS NOTICES.
mnixx BitoxiiEits,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
In Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots
jind Shoes, and every variety of Gentle
men's Superior Furnishing Goods.
Store known as Capt. Snow's Building
MtRcnixr Srarrr, Honolulu, Oahu.
E. M. VAN REED,
COMMISSION MEKCIIANX,
KANAGAWA.
Having the best facilities through an intimate
connection with the Japanese trade for the
past eight years, is prepared to transact any
business entrusted to bis care, with dispatch.
17-tf
E. P. ABAMS,
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT
Fire-Proof Store, Robinson's Building, Queen
Street, Honolulu. 1-ly
JOHN S. McCREW, M. D.,
I'IIYSICIAaV &. SUKGEOX,
OKFICE Over Dr. E. Hoffmann.
Drug Store, corner of Kaahumanu and
Merchant sts.. opposite the rest Office.
Residence on Chaplain Street, between Fort
and liuuanu btrcets.
Office Hotjbs from 8 to 10 A. m. ; from 3
to 5 r. a. (13-ly"
George Miller,
CONTRACTOR AND IIUILDER,
Honolulu, H. I.
Shop on the Esplanade, opposite Court House.
30-tf
C. S. BARTOW,
ATJCTIOKEEB..
Sales-Room, Queen Street, one door from
Kaanumanu fctreet. n-jy
J OUKT XX. PATY,
NOTARY PUBLIC
And Commissioner of Deeds
FOR T1IK STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
Oilicc at the Bask or Bishop A Co.
2-ly
J. MONTGOMERY
CONTINUES TO PRACTICE AS A
Solicitor, Attorney, and Proctor in the
Supreme Court, in Law, Lquity, Admiralty,
Probate and Divorce. 3-3t
H. A. WIDEMANN,
IVOXAItY PlIBliIC.
Office at the Interior Department.
J. P. HUGHES,
Importer and Manufacturer
OF Al.1. KINDS OF SADDLERY.
Carriage Trimming done with neatness and
dispatch. All orders prompuyanenueu w.
Corner of Fort and Hotel streets, Honolulu.
10-ly
SAMUEL C. WILDER,
SUGAIt MaAIVXEK.
Post-OIGce address, "Wilder Flaktatioic,"
7-tf) Kualoa, Oahu.
NEVILLE & BARRETT,
Planters & General Store Keepers
KEOPUKA, S. ZONA, HAWAII.
(Near Kealakckua Bay.)
Island produce bought, Ships supplied with
Wood, Beef and other ncessaries. '
Agent at Honolulu A. S. Cleghobn.
11-Iy
CHAUNCEY C. BENNETT,
Dealer in Newspapers, Magazines, Period
icals, etc.
Fort Street, near King,
Honolulu. 19-tf
M. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
( IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE
Dealers in Fashionable Clotliing
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, and every variety
of Gentlemen's superiorfurnishing goods.
STORE IN MAKEE'S BLOCK,
Q.ueen Street, Honolulu, Onliu.
io-tr
SBEKalU FECI.
n. a. r. Main.
C BREWER & CO.
COMMISSION AND SHIPPING.
MERCKAWTS,
Hotiolnlu. Oahu, II. I.
AGENTS Or the Boston and Honolulu
Packet X,lne.
AGENTS For the Makee, "Walluku and
liana Plantatlotia.
AGENTS For the Purchase and Sale of
Ialand Produce.
BEFER TO
Jorac M. Hood, Esq New York.
ClIAS. Brewer & Co. 1 Boston
Jasl nnssEwEix, Esq. f uo6lon-
J. C Merrill, & Co.
B, S. Swain & Co.
Ciias. Walcot Brooes, Esq.
San Francisco.
5-lv
E. C. ADDERLEY,
Importer and Maker of all Kinds of
SADDLERY, HARNESS, &c
Carriages trimmed with neatnees and dis
patch. All repairs done with care and
promptness.
SHOP OX FORT STREET.
Next doorto J. M. Smith & Co's Drag Store.
N. B. A choice lot of Ladies Superior
Saddles on band. 43
J. H. THOMPSON,
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
HOXOLULO, II. I.
HAS COIVSXAIVX1VY
on hand and for sale, a good
assortment ef
BEST EEFINED BAB. IEON !
ALSO
Best Blncksmitn's Coal,
At the Lowest Market Prices
38-ly
M. KATLIiE,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION AGENT,
Office with E. P. Adams, Esq.,
QUEEN STREET, HONOLTJI.TJ.
xxrsas ar rxxinssioy to
Gen. Morgan L. Emlth,-U.Meurs. C. Brewer X- Civ
3. CoutoL iMeam. Walker k Allen.-
Slain. Richards A Co. IE. P. Adama, Eki.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
. w. imuso.
c. K. out.
SEVEEANCE, CLAEK & CO.,
Commission Merchants
SHIPPING AGENTS,
San FranclKeo, Cala.
We will attend to the sale of Sagar, and all
kinds of Island Produce, also to the purchas
ing and forwarding of Merchandise.
Cash Advances made on Consign
12 mcntg. Cm
BELLE VUE LODGE,
1028 Stockton Street, San Erancisco.
Apartments Furnished and Unfurnished. ,
THIS Splendid House, favorably
known, two blocks from the Plaza, is
particularly patronized by families. The ap
artments have all the latest improvements,
and command a beautiful view of the Bay. A
magnificent garden adorns the centre of the es
tablishment and is for the use of the guests,
gymnasium lor the children.
The eating department is conducted by one
of the best cooes on the Coast.
Price Moderate and Careful Attendance
S5m
johx M'caAta,
Portland.
J. C. KEKKIIX,
San Francisco.
M'CRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
Forwarding' and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
PORTLAND, 0BEG0N.
HAVIIji Isceu enframed in our
present business for upwards of seven
yeas, and being located in a Fire-proof Brick
Building, we are prepared to receive and dis
pose of 'Island Staples, such as Sugar, Bice,
Syrups, Pulu, Coffee, etc., to advantage.
Consignments especially solicited for the Ore
gon Market, to which personal attention will
be paid, and upon which cash advances will
be made when required.
references
Chas.TV. Brooks A -Co., - - San Francisco.
Aldrieh, Merrill A Co., - - - "
Fred. Iken, ------ '
Badger A Lindenberger, - - '
Jas. Patrick A Co., ... "
W. T. Coleman A Co., - - - "
Stevens, Baker A Co., - - - "
Allen A Lewis, ------- Portland.
Ladd A Tilton, ------ "
Leonard A Green. ----- " .
S. Savidgc, ------- Honolulu
l-3m
SAN FRANCISCO
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rpiIE unders-ismcd Iiavimr lccn
JL appointed agents for the San Francis co
iioara oi underwriters, representing me
California Insurance Company,
Merchants Jllufual Illatllic Ins. Co.,
Pacific Insurance Company,
California Lloyd's, and
Home Mutual Insurance Company.
Beg Icstc to inform Masters of Vessels and
the nubile trcncrallv. that all losses sustained
by Vessels and Cargoes, insured by cither 6f
seas and other risks, at or near the several
Sandwich Islands, mil have to be verified by
them.
51-3 II. HACKFELD & CO..
G. V. 1VORTOJY & CO.
C00PEES AND GAUGEES,
AT THE NEW STAND
OX THE ESPH.AIVABI2.
PREPARED TO
AT.T. WOUK HV OUK Uim
At the Shop next to the Cnstom House, where
we can bo found at all working hours.
WE HATE ON HAND AND FOR SALE
OIL CASKS AND BAERELS,
Of different sizes, new and old, which we will
sell at the very
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
All work done in a thorough manner, and
warranted to give satisfaction.
AH kinds of Coopering Materials and Coopers'
Tools for Sale. 12-Sm
JKO. ItOTT. SAM'L liOTT.
John Nott & Co.,
COPPER & TIN SMITHS,
mAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNC
A. ing to the publie that they are prepared
to lurnisn an Kinds or uorrcB Work, consist
ing in part, or STILLS, STRIKE PANS,
SORG1UH PA.XS, WOBUS, PU3IPS, tc.
Also on hand, a full assortment of Tin
Ware, which, we offer for sale at tho lowest
market prices.
ALL KINDS OF JIEPAIMXQ DONE
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
Orders from the other Islands will meet
with prompt attention.
Kaahumanu Street, one door above Flit-
ners. M-3m
Si. TKEHPER,
Piano Maker & Tuner,
gjOFFEUS HIS SERVICES
rY9for Repairing and Tuning Pianos.
'having the best of S triors and
Material on hand.
Satiraction Guaranteed.
Orders left at the Family Drug Store, Cor
ner of Fort and Hotel Street, will meet with
immediate attention. 12-3m
VOLCANO HOUSE.
CEATEE OF ZILATJEA, HAWAII.
A3 THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS&
JaH-now open for the reception of visitorsSCf
to the Volcano, who may rely on findine com
fortable rooms, a good table, and prompt at
tendance. Experienced guides for the Crater
always in readiness.
STEAM AND ETJLPHTB BATES !
Horses Grained and Stabled if Desired.
CIIAUGES REASONABLE.
Parties visiting the Volcano via Hilo, can
procure animals warranted to make the jour
ney, by D. U. UlTcncocK, Esq., Hilo. 35-1 j
GEORGE WILLIAMS,
LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT,
COIVXKVIJES the. business on
his old clan of settling with officers and
seamen immediately on their shipping at his
office. Havinr no connection, either direct or
indirect, with any outfitting- establishment,
and allowing no debts to be collected at his
office be hopes to give as good satisfaction In
the future as he has in the past.
-S-Y. Office on Jaa. Robinson A Co.'s Wharf.
near the U. S. Consulate.
Honolulu, March 27, 18S7. 51-3nr
PROCEEDIA'CS
OF THE
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 1868.
Fortt-Fifth DAT, Tcesdat, 'June 9.
Assembly met at 10 A. X., H. U. M. Eeku
anaoa in the chair.
Prayer by the Chaplain. Minutes of pre
ceding day read and approved.
Resolctioss. Mr. Wilder offered a resolu
tion that the bill to promote Ocean Steam
-Navigation bo read 3rd time on Tuesday, June
I6th.
His Ex. C. deVarigny thought that if the
bill was ready, it should be read to-day. It
had been a hardly contested question, and the
sooner it was disposed or tne oeucr. tie did
not see what possible nervargumpts could be
brought up, and so be aarocated prompt ac
tion ; the bill had passed 2nd reading by a
handsome majority.
Mr. A. F. Judd disagreed in regard to the
" handsome majority." It was carried by a
vote of 22 to 17, and it was well known that
two or three were neeoszaril absent who
would have voted against tLe bill. He sup
ported the motion of tne member lor ivoolauloa,
Mr. Keawehunahala supported the wish of
the Minister of Foreign Aflairs. The opposi
tion had had ever since last Friday to concoct
new arguments and talk with memsers. Toe
two sides on the question had mad up their
minds and would not change them, no matter
how much more discussion was made, or time
taken.
Mr. Hitchcock supported the motion of Nr.
Wilder. The Committee on Education wished
to attend the examination at Punahou, as well
as several other of the members.
His Exr C. de Varigny moved the prericus
question passed. Amendment to read to-lay
was lost.
Resolution to postpone to Tuesday was lost.
On motion, the third reading was ordered
for Thursday.
Mr. Keawehunahala moved to appropriate
S3uu for repair or a bridge at aiaiua.
U. II. W. C. Lunalilo offered a resolution
that liquor be provided with the daily lunch.
Tabled.
Mr. Lyons gave notice of a bill to amend
sections 4S3 and 489 of the Civil Code. He
also moved a reconsideration of the acceptance
by the House of the report of the Committee
of the Whole on the Appropriation Bill, He
wished to' have several items referred back to
the Committee, especially the item of $12,000
for Government Printing. He thought that
appropriation should be itemized, and especial
ly that the salaries of the Directors of the two
papers sliould be nxed Jy tne Assembly.
His Ex. C. de Varigny moved to indefinite
ly postpone reconsideration. There was no
discussion on the item yesterday he thought
all understood and nad made up tueir minds
on the item as it had been passed yesterday in
the Assembly.
Mr. Lyons said that the item had not been
discussed. He did not wish to pay a tax for a
paper against the wishes of the people. The
Hawaiian paper had a distribution of 2,000
and a pay list of but 1,000, and tho foreign
paper a subscription list of but little over 200,
The people had a right to protest against tax.
ation. The point was not the loss or gain of
$I,U(10, but the rights of the people, lie in
sisted on a full account of the estimated ex
penses. His Ex. C. de Varigny said the question of
printing was not tbe most important one of
tnis session. Ine position of Mr. Lyons was
in support of a monopoly, and ho wished to
deprive the government of a press of their
own. If the salary of the Director was not
voted especially by tbe people. Jar. Lyons
feared that the rights of the people would bo
injured. He (Mr. V.) denied that the print
ing business was or more importance tban
any other industrial pursuit on the , islands.
He challenged any one to show that the free
dom of the press was curtailed in this country.
Mr. Lyons said that that question was set
tled tbe other day, be bad said nothing of tbe
freedom of the press, but the right- of the
irovernment to take the pnblic money and nse
it to disseminate ideas opposed to the popular
wisbes.
His Excellency proceeded, the question had
been fairly stated yesterday and the member
for Kobala had heard and had voted for the
item as in the bill.
Mr. Lyons called the ayes and nays. .
Question to indefinitely postpone was, ayes
21, nays 17.
Mr. Hitchcock asked for permission for the
Committee on Education to go to Punahou.
Order of thf. Dat. An Act respecting the
taking of acknowledgments was read and
passed 3rd reading.
An Act to provide for a permanent settle
ment on Her Majesty Queen Kalama was or
dered to engrossment.
A Bill to amend Sec. 1, Chap. Si, of the
Penal Code, was read and tabled.
A Bill to amend Sections 5'J'J and CS1 of the
Civil Code, regulating the fees of pilots, was
read: For bringing in vessels of 100 to 200
tons, $15; over 200 and up to 300, $20 ; over
300, 2i cents a ton and $20; and the same for
taking out. For anchoring vessels outside,
$15 ; and if detained 21 hours, or longer, $10
a day for such detention.
An Act to amend Sec. 87C of the Civil Code,
by creating but two Judges for each Judicial
Circuit, was read and ordered to engrossment.
An Act to amend Sections 255 and 256 of
the Civil Code, and add a new Section, to be
called 256(a), was .read 2nd time. The Act
related to tbe issuing of patents for Inventions.
His Ex. S. U. Phillips amended to make the
cost of patents for foreigners $100, and then
moved to order the Bill to engrossment. Passed.
An Act to authorize the Minister of Interior
to appoint a Register of Conveyances at La
baina was read, and on motion of the Minister
of Interior was indefinitely postponed.
An Act to permit those whose husbands or
wives bad been oommitted to the Leper Hos
pital to contract sew marriages, in case the
leper was pronounced by the physician to be
incurable, was read and referred to the Sani
tary Committee.
An Act to amend section 1071 of the Civil
Code was read a second time. The bill was
In reference to the licenses of lawyers. Bill
was indefinitely postponed.
An Act authorizing tbe Ministrr of Interior
to take possession of Kunawai was rejected.
An Act appointing the timcat which cases
should be beard by Circuit Judges at Cham
bers, was read and indefinitely postponed.
An Act to amend an Act to amend section 10
of the Civil Code, and to regulate the Bureau
of Public Instruction, was read and ordered to
engrossment.
An Act authorizing a compilation and re
codification of the Penal Code in the Hawaiian
and English languages, was read and ordered
to engrossment.
An Act to amend sections 118, 119, 120 and
to repeal section 121 of the Civil Code was
read. Tbe bill was in regard to stallions.
Mr. Nahaku moved to refer to a Committee
of the Whole, which was carried Mr. Mahe
lona called to the chair.
Section first was read.
Mr. Nahaku moved to amend so that the
fine for not procuring a certificate for breeding
snonid be one dollar a day.
Mr. A. F. Jndd amended to appoint one in
spector instead of three.
Mr. Rhodes moved that tbe Committee re
commend the House to refer the bill to a
SeleetCommittce, which was passed. Com
mittee rose, report approved and the President
appointed tbe Committee as follows Hons.
C. R. Bishop, J. O. Dominis, V. Knudsen, A.
F. Judd, C. H. Judd.
House adjourned.
Fortt-Sixth Dat, Wzdmsdat, June 10.
Assembly met at 10 A. M., H. H. M. Keko-
anaoa in the chair.
After prayer by the Chaplain, the inmates
of -the preceding day were read and approved.
Resolctioss. Mr. Halemanu introduced a
resolution that the Minister of Interior be in
structed to purchase buoys for the harbor of
ilonoka, ilamakua. Indefinitely postponed.
Mr. Mahelona moved that $1,000 be appro
priated for two court-houses at htra and Wai
anae. Referred to Special Committee.
Mr. Lyons introduced a Bill to amend Sec
tions 488 and 489 of the Civil Code, to enforce
the pay ment in money of the road tax. When
the tax was worked, the labor performed was
very inefficiently done. The bill also provided
for.baring tne wore on roads done by contract.
Hill rejected.
Ordeb of toe Dat. Tho House went into
Committee of the Whole on the Appropriation
Kill.
Mr. Kalakana called to the chair.
Items passed as follows :
New wharves and repairs, $21,000.
Dredging Honolulu harbor, $10,000.
New scow for pile driver, $1,500.
Steamer Pele working expenses, $11,000.
Repairs on steamer Pele, $9,000.
Anchors and buoys, $1,000.
Completing landing at Honomalino, $750.
Landing at Kobolaicle, $750.
Boat landing at Hilo, $1,200. Amended and
passed at $1,500.
Safe for Governor's office at Hilo, $500.
Mr. Martin moved to reject tho item.
Mr. Hitchcock said that there was an iron
box at the Governor's office, but it was small
and weak, so that none of the foreigners
would deposit money there.
Mr. Koakanu said that a box to keep the
foreigners money was not wanted. The Gov
vernor had a strong box. He supported strik
ing out tbo item.
Mr. Kalu amended to insert $1,500 for safes
fur all the Governors.
Governor Eanoa thought that would be a
good idea, borne time ago his iron box was
carried off bodily and nothing had been heard
of it since.
Mr. Koakanu said that thieves could break
into a safe even if it was a fathom high and
broad. A wooden safe might'as well be
bought at once, for any safo must be watched,
and in an iron safe tbe money would all melt
in case of a ore.
Governor Dominis amended to $1,200 for
safes for the Governors of Hawaii, Maui and
Kauai.
Mr. Pilipo said that he had not yet heard
that the iron box for the Governor's offico for
Hawaii was in a bad condition.
Mr. Hitchcock asked where the member's
ears were the bad condition of the safo had
been fully explained. ,
-Amendment to $1,200 was passed.
Light House at Honolulu, $3,500. Expenses
of the same, $1,400 Passed
Lights at Labaina, $500.
Lights at Kawaihae, $500.
Streets lights at Honolulu, to be raised by
local taxation, $3,000.
Mr. Wilder amended to strike out. the words
"to be raised by local taxation."
His Ex. F. W. Hutchison said if that was
the case bo would advocate striking out the
entire item, for if the people of Honolulu
would not pay for their own lights they would
not deserve tbem.
Mr. Boyd objected be thought the lights
would be a pnblio benefit, and the merchants
would be willing to pay a fair sum towards
the cost of lights.
Mr. Koakanu said the proper way would be
to make a law to hare all house-holders put
up lights before their doors. The passage of
tbe item would not do any good to Linuc or
Koloa. He would support tbe item, however,
if a similar item should be passed for all the
towns" in the Kingdom.
Mr. Lyons stated distinctly, that the bill
was to dispose of the money in the treasury,
not to provide for any local taxation. If the
House wished to give $3,000 to Honolulu, they
could.
The item was struck out.
Firo Department of Honolulu, $3,910. In
cidentals of department, $1,500
Defabtme.itof Fixakce.
Salary of Minister, $10,000.
Salary of Registrar of Accounts, $1,000.
Mr. Pilipo moved to reconsider the vote
on tho item of salary of Finance Minister.
Lost.
Salary Collector General of Customs, $6,000.
Clerk of Collector Ccneral, $3,000.
Custom Houso Surveyor and guard, $2,400.
Store keeper at Honolulu, $2,400.
Assistant guards at Honolulu and other
places, $1,600.
Mr. Lyons amended to SI 600.
Mr. Koakanu to $2,000, which was passed.
Incidentals and extra clerk hire at Custom
House, $2,000.
Collector and Harbor Master at Kawaihae,
$100.
Collector and narbor 3Iaster at Kealake
kua, $200.
Custom House boats, $300.
Pay of Tax Assessors (not to exceed 4 per
cent) $9,000.
Pay of Tax Collectors (not to exceed 5 per
cent) $8,000.
After lunch Mr. Kala was called to the chair.
Hospital fund (estimated receipts) $3,000.
National debt, falling due, $7050.
Interest on national debt, $16,841 25.
. Mr. Phillips moved to amend to $25,841 25,
as that would be the necessary amount to pay
the interest upon tbe subsidy.
Mr. Hitchcock moved to postpone that item
and the one following of $50,000 for subsidy
until Friday, passed.
Subsidy to steamer Kilauea, $3,000.
Mr. Hitchcock moved to postpone until a
bill to encourage inter-island steam naviga
tion was considered, passed.
Unpaid salaries, $562 50.
Incidentals, $1,500.
Salary of Sheriff of Hawaii, $4,000.
Mr. Hitchcock amended to insert that all
perquisites must be accounted for at the publie
Treasury.
On explanation by the Attorney General,
Mr. Hitchcock withdrew his amendment.
Item passed as in the bill.
Salary of Sheriff of Maui, $4,000.
Salary of Sheriff of Kauai, $2,000.
Clerk of Sheriff of Hawaii, $1,000.
Mr. Lyons moved to strike out the item.
Carried.
Salary 'Clerk Sheriff of Maui, $1,000.
An item of $22.50 for Iokewe was inserted,
and passed.
Attob5et-Ge3tebai.'s Defartxekt.
Salary of Attorney-General. $10,000.
Clerk of do., $2,400.
Mr. Pilipo amended to. $2,000.
The Governor of Oahu said that since the
supervision of all the police had been trans
ferred to the Attorney-General, the work of
his clerk had greatly increased, and he was
much opposed to decreasing his pay.
Mr. Koakanu began in a loud and stentorian
voice to declare that members had said that
this clerk did not do much work
Mr. Lyons told the member that they were
not deaf, and that he shonld lower bis voice.
Mr. Koakanu said that since that was if,
be called for the question.
Item passed at $2,400, as infte Bill.
Traveling expenses and incidentals, $1,000,
Salary of Marshal, $6,000.
Mr. Martin amended to $7,000.
Mr. Mahelona amended to $6,500.
Mr. Koakanu amended to $3,000.
Item passed at $6,000, as in the bill.
Mr. Keawehunahala moved to insert Clerk
of do, $1,000. Lost.
Mr. Koakanu moved to reconsider the rote
on the salary for the Clerk of the Sheriff of
Hawaii, passed ; and the item was passed as in
the bill, $1,000.
Apprehension of criminals, $3,000.
Police of Oahu, $20,000.
Mr. Phillips said that as tbe special commit
tee had reported in favor of an -increase of the
number of police throughout the Islands.
He should move to amend to $36,960.
Mr. Keawehunahala added $720 to the last
sum, making a total of $37,680.
Mr. Pilipo did not fee the' necessity of any
increase ia the police serviee. and objected to
adding anytbbg to the appropriation for.them.
Mr. Keawahnnahala further amended to
add, " Police of Honolulu and other parts of
uanu.
Mr. A. F. Judd said that a great deal of
peiiy stealing iook place on account or the
small force of police. One reason was that on
account of the large number of trees in Hon
olulu, tne nignts were Tery dark, and as tho
streets were not lighted, thieves had a good
chance.
Mr. Lyons said that tbe watches here in
Honolulu consisted of eleven men each, and
what could they do in ease of a row when
there was 2,000 sailors in port? He favored
an increase of appropriation.
Mr. Koakanu said that 5 there bad been a
larger force of police some time ago, the Amer
ican Eagle would not have been stolen, and
which almost got this Government into trouble ;
and besides, a vast number of chickens were
stolen now if the police force was increased
all these evils would be abrogated.
Mr. Keawehunahala's amendments was
passed.
Police of Maui, $7,218.
His Ex. S.H.Phillips amended to $7,643 45,
passed.
Police of Hawaii, $7,311.
His Ex. S. H. Phillips amended to $9,816,
passed.
Police of Kauai, $3,145.
Mr. Koakanu amended to $3,500, passed.
Incidentals of service, $1,000, passed.
Committee rose, report approved and House
adjourned.
Fortt-Se?ehth Dat, TncnsDAr, June 11.
Assembly met at 10 A. x., IL H. M. Keku
anaoa in tbe chair.
After prayer by the Chaplain, the minutes
of the preceding day were read and approved.
Resolutions. His Ex. F. W. Hutchison
gave notice of several bills. To amend sec
tion 58 of the Civil Code, in relation to the
licenses of Beef Killers ; to regulate the salo
of poisons ; to regulate shooting of game in
the Kingdom.
Order of the dat. An Act to encourage
Ocean Steam Navigation on tho 3d reading.
His Ex. S. H. Phillips moved to read by the
title.
Mr. Hitchcock amended to read entire.
Mr. Nahaku called the previous question.
Passed.
Mr. Hitchcock's motion to read entire was
lost, and'the bill read by its title.
Mr. Phillips moved to pass 3d reading.
Mr. A. F. Judd amended to add a third sec
tion, as follows : " This Act shall become a
law from and after the ratification of tbe Reci
procity Treaty, now pending between this
conntry and America."
He said that the cost already of that pro
posed treaty was about $16,000. If it passed,
a new era of progress and riches would open
up to tbe country. Tbe treasury would be
filled with money, and wo could then well
afford to. pay a large sum'for aiding a line of
Ocean Steamers. If that third section was
added ho would support tbe passage of the bill.
Another reason of importance was, that at
present a Minister was lept at Washington,
and if the Government did not believe that the
treaty was going to pass, why did they not
withdraw him ?
Mr. Phillips was opposed to the new section.
It could not do good, and might do harm.
Tho House, well understood that if the Act
passed, it must go before the Privy Council
before a contract could be made. Tho fate of
tho treaty might be settled soon, but some
months might elapse before it obtained the
force of law. It was unwise to put such a
condition in the law. He hoped the bill would
not be loaded down with anysnch amendment.
Mr. Nahaku called the previous question.
Mr. C. II. Judd objected. Ho thought that
the new section should be well understood.
Mr. Nabaku's motion was carried.
Ayes and noes were called, and Mr. 'A. F.
Jndd's amendment was lost. Ayes, 15 ; noes,
21. -
Mr. Wilder amended to strike out the word
twelve and insert tho word ten, so that the
runnning time might be ten days instead of
twelve days. He showed that according to
the statistics of the estimated time for steam
lines, the time fixed between Honolulu and
San Francisco was 8 days. That was tbe
best time lor running.
The Chair ruled that further amendment
was out of order, as the previous oncstion had
been called, and the Houso had approved.
Mr. Wilder proceeded, that the Chair bad
formerly ruled that amendments could be
brougbt in at tne 3d reading, and now he was
cut off. He bad nothing more to say.
Mr. Lyons rose to a point of order, and said
that the amendment was to the previous Ques
tion.
Tho Chair ruled that further debate was ont
of order.
Mr. Hitchcock appealed to the House from
the decision of the Chair.
His Ex. S. II. Phillips said that as be un
derstood the question, tbe previous question
was his motion to pass 3d reading, and that
was prnrerly the unly thine before the Houso.
Any discussion was out of order. He thought
the House was ready for final action on the
bill. As for tbe amendment of Mr. Wilder, a
good dea,I could be said for and against it.
ine unair naa louowed its former rulings, that
amendments were in order, if they had been
offered and acted upon.
Jlr. u. 11. Judd said that several days aco.
when tho previous question had been called,
the Chair refused to call for the same, as he
said that tbe question bad not been discussed.
Abe Chair stated that upon that occasion he
bad not called the question, as he claimed his
right, as a member, to speak.
Mr. Judd proceeded : That was the point
exactly. They claimed their right to speak
before the question was called.
Mr. Koakanu said the members were not
deaf nor ignorant. They fully understood all
the amendments, and were ready to act finally.
It n-iu been evident an along that tne opposi
tion bad been very bitter, and bad tried everr
method to kill the bill. He thought the Chair
was right, and those who had annealed were
entirely wrong. He solemnly called upon all
tbe members to rote independently, and not
show fear, nor depart at all from the right.
Mr. A. F. Judd said that the question was
called on his amendment, wbicb bad been put.
Now tbe original bill was before tbe House for
discussion. He could not respect gentlemen
who came in and tried to cut off debate. He
bad intended to bring in that amendment.
liis Ex. c. de Varigny asked if the centle-
man had had that amendment ready on tbe 2d
reading. On being answered that he had, he
asked how it happened, as he had not been
certain that amendments could be introduced
on the 3d reading.
Mr. Judd proceeded, that be did know, but
tbe question had been put to the Cbair to make
assurance doubly sure.
Air. under stated that be had asked the
President privately if the BUI could be dis
cussed on third reading. The President bad
answered that full discussion could be had.
Question of appeal was put, the President
.first reading bis authority from Cushiqgs
Manuel.
Mr. Nahaku rose to discuss the point, but
was called to order, as he bad already spoken
twice. After considerable confnsion tbo mem
ber was allowed to speak again when he stated
his position, as follows : " That the President
was right; that he supported him, and that no
one had any right to dispute bis ruling." He
then proceeded to say that evrry one under
stood tbe bill before the house, and that he
should support its passage without any further
amendment. He had been thinking about it
for the last four weeks, and had at last mags
up his mind.
Vote uprn Mr. Hitchcock's motion was
taken and Iut.'
Ayes and uaj were called open the third
reading of the bill, which was passed by a
rote of 23 to 17.
Am. Their ExeeHsseles P. NahaoletM,
P. Kanoa, J. Q. Seslsis, Hes. C R. Bttfeef ,
C Kanaina, D. Kalakaaa, W. P. Kanakas,
H. Kabanu, their Exs. F. W. H'utohbfa, C.
deVarigny, S. H. Phillips, J. W. Kumboa,
L. Keliipio, E. Jones, J. Nakila, J. A. sa
ku, C. Kalu, G. Rhodes, J. W. Makalesa, J.
W. Keawehunahala, 8. W. Mahelona, P. F.
Koakanu, D. Kaukaha.
Noes. His Highness W. C.-LBnal3o, How.
John II, U. B. Hitchcock, J. TJpa, C. J.
Lyons, G. W. D. Halemanu, G. W. PiHfo, A.
F. Judd, W. T.Martin, H. Kuiheiani. An
nopa, D. W. Kaiue, W- P. Wood, K. H.
Boyd, C. H. Judd.S. O. Wilder, V. Knudsen.
His Ex. S. H. Phillips moved to reconsider
the vote just taken. He also, red the Hosse
that tbe greatest eare would be taken wita the
matter. That no contract would be made
without careful consideration and attention.
Motion lost by a vote of 39 to 1.
A bill to license the slaughtering of beef was
read the 2d time and ordered to engrossment.
An Act to provide for the appointment of a
Board of Commissioners of Land Surveys was
read.
. Mr. Hopn moved to Indefinitely postpone
consideration of the bill. Carried.
A bill to amend Section 15 of an Act in re
gard to the vending of ales, wines, liquors, etc.,
was reported ready ror engrossment.
Mr. A. F. Judd moved to indefinitely post
pone. Mr. Hitchcock moved to engross.
Mr. Judd said that he felt that the law
would not work well. He had considerable
knowledge cf the state of affairs, and thought
tnat ir a Heavy fine was put upon those who
broke the law on the first offence, the illicit
liquor traffic would be stopped very soon.
Motion to indefinitely postpone was passed.
An Act regarding the qualifications of elect
ors was read the second time. With that act
was taken up an Act to amend Section 788 of
tho Civil Code. House adjourned.
Giant IJIiiMtliiST l'oivilcr.
A Dew invention, for blasting purposes,
as its name indicate?, has just been intro
duced to the people of California. As an
explosive agent, its powers are said to be
almost equal to nitroglycerine, while its
safety is greater than either or both the
articles named A number of experiments
to prove its qualities have been made fit
the Mission Bocks, in tbe Bay of San
Francisco, the result of which was as fol
lows :
No. 1. A box contaicinc paber cart
ridges filled with the powder and screwed
down, was cast from a height of 40 feet,
among the rocks below. It did not ex
plode.
No. 2. Heavy boulders were thrown
down from tbe same height on a handle of
cartridges, mashing them. There was no
explosion.
No. 3. A fuse was put in a box filled
with loose powder and loaded cartridges,
mixed. It was fired ; the powder moved
the lid, but did not explode. Some of-the
cartridges and all of tbe loose powder
j . .1 ,i , i
uurucu uwny , euinu curinugea um not
burn. There was no explosion.
No. 4. A large quantity of powder, in
a box, was put into a blazing wood fire.
J he powder burned with the wood, lucre
wo3 no explosion.
Noj5. A fu3o wn3 put in a load tin
cartridge and fired. It burned out without
force.
No. C. Loaded cartridges of paper and
tin were cast into the lire, and burned
without explosion.
Theso six experiments perfectly proved
the safety of transporting tho new powder.
To show its power, some further experi
ments were made.
No. 7. Several cartridges were pre
pared by putting into tbe powder a fuse
bearing at its end a percussion cap. These
exploded with terrific effect upon the
rocks.
No. 8 Six paper cartridges were placed
in a horizontal cleft among the rocks. Into
one only was inserted a fuse with a cap at
the end. All six exploded simultaneous
ly, with that peculiar wicked report famil
iar to all ears that heard the terrible explo
sion of nitro-elvcenne in this citv in 186G.
The rock was completely blown to coarse
gravel, and great fissures .ero made into
tbe solid rocK behind the blast.
No. 9. An inch and a half in diameter
iron tubo, thirty inches long, was next
brought out, to show that if two catridges,
each about seven inches long, are Inserted,
ono at each end, the explosion of ono
causes simultaneous explosion to tbe other.
It was d sncces.9. .
The experiments demonstrated to the
entire conviction of everybody that the
new powder is very much safer than the
old, to carry and to handle. Everyone was
smoking cigars while handling the powder.
Miners who were present agree that it will
cheapen quartz mining one-half, and that
shafts will be sunk in one-third of the time.
Also, that tbe same face of rock as now
supplies ten tons will more readily yield
tnciiby iuub u uuy. 1 uo uuie-9 lur lero IraW
explosive are calculated to suffice if half
on inch in diameter and six inches in depth.
It certainly is the beginning of a new en
in the history of gold and silver mining.
It will open many mines now unprofitable,
and doable the value of those that are
now in activity.
This Law as to Ante Ncptiai, Settle-
ue?ttr. At tha nrpapnt lima vtuu it,.
snhiprt nf "nrivnta .rrannamuil" nnA
j . - - nnu
" raarriage settlements" in connection with
"lu -ji.ui.u" v. Miuuiciuaj ixiilBllijr, m
exciting so much interest, a jadgseafc;
delivered at the "Liverpool Brankraptey
Court recently Bays the Morning Star, by
Mr. Depntjr-Commiseioner Thring, k wor
thy or special attention. The case sab-
mitted to air. Thrintr waa na fnUnma . T.
1849 a Mr. 6. P. Dean, priorto hk marri
age, executed a deed settlingin treat for
his intended wife, not only the fomim-e
ho then possessed, but any he might mbaa
quently acquire. In December, 1867. Mr.
Dean became embarrassed, and aeeigsed
in his prpdifirn nil hi nmnoriv Tt. am.
.- .. , j, . .j .
ditors wanted to take pooaoMion ef form-
tare, purchased Dy Mr. JJeaa arWbis mm-
acrA. nut thn trnaf pa nnjfar f La mni,i,i,ii
settlement disputed their right to "seise it.
In a lengthy' judgment Mr. Thrg, afcr
reviewing nameroas legal preeeckgto KtMr
ing on tbe case, said : " However etreagiy
I mav be convinced that tha n4aBia at
common kw with regard to tbe aotigeawt
oi aiier acqnirea property K Meet wMtv
some. as contracted with 1m nt bIobmJ
and however reluctant I mmj be te gefcreo
the transfer of sack- property is the tnetee
of a marriage, ooUlomont, ae ifjgat ' Um
claims of cwdttora, nnynrtiiBlesa, I aB
bound by the weight ef aathortty to Ml
.I.-. ,1 1 1 7,L f " , . .
um utt uumee m me seawrmw StsjsHMM
of C. P. Dean k entitled to - : - "
imiraii tmrn'ttmrm. " ' s. M -iSs
umtmve in ima

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